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MORE REASONS MR. LANG ON THE ELECTIONS. A NOVEL POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

MORE REASONS MR. LANG ON THE ELECTIONS. A NOVEL POINT. 'It has been admitted that the Trades and Labor- Council, in associ ation with the Communists, ? has re turned Mr. Bruce to power,' said the Premier (Mr. Lang) on Tuesday. So now the fight is on. 'We have now reached ths point,' said Mr. Lang, 'when the unionists affiliated with the Trades and Labor Council must declare for or against Labor in a more distinct and public way than in tlie secrecy of the ballot-box.' Mr. Lang's statement was as fol lows: — 'The position of the Labor Party in relation to Communism has not been affected in any way by the Fed eral elections. So far as the politi cal side of the Labor movement is concerned, everything possible was done to purge the party of the least taint of Communism and Bolshevism. All that the Federal elections have shown is that tho people, or at least an important section of them have been persuaded that Communists ex ercise an undue and dangerous in fluence within the party. Tha...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POINT IN FEEDING ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

A POINT IN FEEDING ECONOMY. 'That one could ill; any- sense ' speed-. . up'' so leisurely, 'ian ianimal as ; the dairy cow seems1 on the'face of .-it, improbable, but that. :she2 may. r/aievcr-, theless be made . :niore : proii table:; thro-, ugh i the adjus-tnientt :tof ;j her , dietary, schedule1 is: pointed: out in la.'recentas uim vif ' f Mm ''Airni'iilhrnil ; Gazette:-', Di'scrihing.ia visits to: the,' farm, of Mr., Alex.; Smith, iof:!-Bandon ? Grove, v this join mil s«i \ s : — 'Mr.: Smith -vaittaches'iti'. value -to. 'the. finn-- of1 'the.; i-- cat-tie,*- rmndr --chaffst * tlie Xaccaline . so : that: the ::animals . may, consume the.given quantity;.iin . as short tune as possible,, .and- . so :,be . able to, {ipend: the longer; time grazing.: On-, the. Occasion; of- a: recent' .--vibit two .. men \vere chalhng^Snccaliue'aiKh.putting: it out, ehafhing-sulheiont .fodder; for: two (lavs in . about : lortjv : minutes; „iu:ii0: cows cleared ; up1 their :daily.i:portioiij in tiliou...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr. C. P. Gehrig, of Cootamundra, was the successful tenderer for re pairs and painting to Adelong Police Station, the price being £205. Cool Drinks of all descriptions, drawn through ice in the latest Am erican Soda Fountain, obtainable at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Tu mut. * ? ? ? At Forbes Sessions last Tuesday, Charles Trent Was charged with man slaughter, in connection with a , motor car tragedy at Grenfell on October 24. 1-Ie was found not guilty, and discharged . , ? * * * Mr. R. Hannaford, of Stockinbingal, has reported to tlie police that a wallet, containing about' £50 was sto len from him at the Murrumburrah races last Wednesday week. Enquir ies are being made. ? ? * ? » Mr. William Webb, the well-known stockman, who has been for about 50 years on East Blowering station, and has been an inmate of the Tu mut Hospital for the last few weeks, is going to Sydney for specialist treatment. * * ' * A Engagement is announced of Miss Catherine (Kitty.) Agnew, elde...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Labor and Communists PREMIER MAKES A STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Labor and Communists PREMIER MAKES A STATEMENT. The Premier, Mr. Lang, in the course of a statement regarding tlie attitude of the Labor movement to wards Communism so far as the poli tical wing was concerned, said every thing had been done to purge tho party from the least taint of com 'munisni or Bolshevism. 'It must be. frankly admitted,' Mr. Lang added, 'that the position of men like Garden is anomalous and confusing. He is the chief executive officer of the Trades and Labor Coun cil, and that body is supposed to re present the affiliated unions. The vast majority of tlie members of those unions support and vote Labor, and we have now reached a point when unionists affiliated with the Trades and Labor Council must declare for or against Labor in a more distinct and public way than in the secrecy of the ballot box. 'It had been hdmitted that the Trades and Labor Council, in associ ation with the Communists, had re turned Mr. Bruce to power. It was the issue 011 which Mr. Bruce fo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

( O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, is prepared to supply all functions wjth Peter's famous Ice Cream. 'PJipne 11§. * * ? f. The death occurred last Monday night, week the hojijc of her brother (Dr. C. II. Arinitago, Tumbarumba), after some weeks' illness, of Miss Jessie Armitage. The deceased had been keoping house for her brother for the past three years. On account of a weak heart she had been com pelled to loud a quiet life, neverthe less she was very jovial, and her cheery disposition gained her many friends. Some years ago, when she resided at Mosman, she did practical work visiting hospitals at Waterfall, Liverpool and Newington, endeavor ing to brighten the lives of many suf ferers. Both hpr bro{.hpr and sifter will greatly miss Her. T|ie rejnaiijs were taken to Sydney for interment. 9 * * * For good solid Meals, Afternoon Teas and Suppers go to MALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Refreshment Rooms, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Delicious Icc Creams, served sty lishly at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Wynyard-street, Tumut.

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TOBACCO GROWING [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

TOBACCO GROWING (By C. J. Tregenna, Tobacco Export) Field experiments alone can de i termine whether a locality will pro I duco a suitable type of tobacco. Tho plant is adaptable to many classes of soils, but its aroma, yield, and habit of growth arc affected by climatic conditions very considerably. Gon pritllv if will ho found that 'leaf' | useful for commercial purposes can not be grown within 15 miles of the sea, as the 'burn' of the leaf is seri i ously affected by the chlorides in I the soil and the atmosphere. There are many varieties of to bacco, all types of which are liiglily susceptible to a change in locality. If seed be imported and grown for a number of years, it will be found ultimately the plants will assume characteristics common to the new locality, and lose their original dis tinctive features. The market in Australia is for Virginian leaf suitable for pipe and cigarette ? tobacco. Tho other two types arc used (1) in the manufac ture of the Turkish type of cigar |...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

i SmallROodsmcn, Refreshment Room | Owners, Butchers, Confectioners, etc. ' j should use ' Clever Mary ' — The Enemy ' j It -will ^enable them to clean marble walls §/ Cr \ ' ! them really nml sanitarily clean. Splendid ft * for washing nprons and overalls. ftl \ '°V j \ Y4 [ j *-*renae'' ^ ' ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorita flotel, announces to his friends and the public generally that It will be ;onducted on the most modern lines. Visitors will find the Post Office Hotel affords all the comforts and conveniences of a real home, with added close attention to their wants. Nothing but standard brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits retailed. Mrs. Benson personally directs the Cuisine and Accommodation De partments. GIVE US 'A CALL I A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. 'PHONE 9. Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking purposes, and are prepared to cater fo...

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"If I Were Your Father." MR. SEYMOUR HICKS' WITTY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

If I Were Your Father.' MR. SEYMOUR HICKS' WITTY ADVICE. 'I should counsel you, if you would be happy — and to be happy is to be wealthy beyond the dreams of avarice — to pay for everything as it becomes yours, for there is no chill so withering as that to be caught through an overdraft at your bankers. 111 ouij U11U, UUL LIU ot llO one till you find out how wrong you have been, and never be fool enough to think you have discovered any thing that Adam did not know. 'Remember that the two best things in the world are the two things that money cannot buy — health and'lovc! 'The man with health who cannot earn money enough to live should po litely chloroform himself out of ex istence, and the man who has found love and cannot keep it is either a perfect fool or a poor liar, and not worth worrying about.' With sparkling epigrams and philo sophical reasoning, Mr. Seymour Hicks, the nonular actor, breaks nut i in a new role — that of mentor and adviser to an imaginary son. He dis i penses...

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Disease in Sheep FIELD TESTS TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Disease in Sheep FIELD TESTS TO BE MADE. . Arrangements have been - completed by the :N\S.W, State Meat Advisory, Board,-: acting, in conjunction with the - Australian . M-ea t . Council, under which Dr. S.?:Dodd, of .the Sydney 'University ; Veterinary. School, ? will proceed to carry ;;out '. field experiments with the two, measures elaborated liy him for tne prevention ot oiawc uisease in sheep. The N.S.W. Graziers' Association has been asked- by the Meat Board to ascertain through its district branches I the names of graziers whose sheep had the disease last season, and who are agreeable to allow their flocks to be inoculated -with the vaccine. These; inoculations will be made without ex pense to graziers, and it is- hoped that; the cost (about £500) will be defrayed, b.v tlie Federal Government, to which i representations - for financial assis tance in carrying out. the experiments were made recently by 'Mr. E. T. Bell' (Chairman' of 'the Meat Council). :Dr. Doddvlias: been ass...

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Sutherland—Cronulla Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Sutherland-Cronulla Water Supply. The proposed water supply to Cronulla and the rate to be levied 011 the assessed annual value will be an ^important issue of the Sutherland Shire Elections held at Sutherland 011 ;fith December next. The present scheme under consid eration is a scheme which does not carry the favor of a representative majority of the ratepayers, as it is a scheme which favors the water irre spective of the cost to the ratepayers, which particularly affects the holders pf vacant land at Cronulla and Suth erland, who are resident in the coun try. A responsible section of the ratepay ers at Sutherland and resident within the Shire object to this impossible rate being levied against the ratepay ers and favor the Lower Woronora iSchenie, at about half the cost, nnd which will greatly increase the pre sent. proposed supply. Sound financial experts express the opinion that nothing above Id in the £1 increased rate would be workable; so therefore 2/- in the £1 as proposed r...

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BLOWERING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

BLOWERING. I11 the- -recent: lnusicaL exams. Miss ;Mo.'lv ; llalloran, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Halloran, . again obtained a high pass. Last year Miss Mollv was the ? winner ; of the Silver medal. The medal; ls::!i very nice one. -iiie principal topic. oc conversation out this. 'way., now is: the coming East Blowering School: picnic. It has been fixed for W-ednesda.v, December !), at the school. 'Miss Mary Bourke and Miss Clare Johnson were appointed coIJectors. The recent rainfall was 111 the vicinity of 5 inched, mid was very badly' wanted . Roadman K. Crampton has just finished putting the 0-mile cutting i» line order. It was badly needed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

RETURN THANKS. : MR. and Mrs. R. II. PROWSE and FAMILY, Adelong, return ?- their GRATEFUL THANKS to all kind friends and relatives . for letters, tele grams, cards and other expressions of sympathy in tlieir: recent sad bereave ment.

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Local and General The Presbyterian annual autumn Flower Show is to be held at the end of April, 1926. . * * * * - Messrs. Smith and Paddle are for ming their 'Owanyilla' Stud Farm, Tumut, into a Proprietory Co., Ltd. The amount of stamp duty- received in Sydney Inst week in respect of probates and letters of administra tion was £11,040/3/3/. - ? » '* * A ruiiior was- current in Wi'agga on Monday that arrests had been made in connection with the theft of the 200 five-i-ound notes from the lnuiU bag ? consigned to Junee from Sydney. * ? 6 ? Miss Murray, a city visitor to the homo of '..Mr. Milton Reardon, of Jones'. Greek, was taken seriously ill on Saturday, and, being hurried to Gundagai Hospital, was immedia tely operated on for appendicitis. ? ? * ♦ * » The disco.very is reported of a new i comet, which, according to the Gov l ernment Astronomer, is making ex traordinary movement. It is pro liable that.it will be seen -with the naked eye within the next few- days. ? i * On Sunday ...

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WEDDING PATTERSON—SNOWDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

WEDDING PATTERSON— SNOWDEN. The marriage of Miss Miriam Lilian, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jfarry Snowden, of Xewtown, and , James Elins, second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson, of Newtown, Tu -nut, was solemnised at the Roman Catholic Church. Tumiif- on WkiIudu. day last by Very Rev. Fr. J. Sharkey, before a good congregation of friends and wellwishers. The bride, who looked charming in a gown of ivory crepe-de-chene, pearl trimmings, wore the orthodox wreath and veili, and carried a bouquet of a sheaf of lilies, was led to the altar on the arm of her father. Miss Pearl Snowden (sister) and Miss Zilla Harris atten ded as bridesmaids, attired in mauve marocaiu, hats to tone, and carrying bouquets of pink primroses (arranged by the Misses Carr), with silver streamers. Mr. Ray Patterson filled the role of best man and Mr. .Tack Patterson as groomsman. Nuptial Mass was said by Rev. Fr. Sharkey at the conclusion of the ceremony. Mrs. TO. J. Fraser presided at the organ and durin...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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In Divorce A MARRIAGE AT MATONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

In Divorce 'A MARRIAGE AT MATONG. Annie May Wheeler petitioned Judge Bevan at the Divorce Court, Wagga, to grant her a divorce from Francis Frederick Edwin Wheeler (otherwise Edward James Scammell) on the grounds of desertion. Captain P. V. Storkey, V.C., in structed by Mr. C. Throsby Young (C. Throsby Young and Stellway), appeared for the petitioner. There was no appearance of the respondent. Petitioner stated that she was mar ried to Wheeler on March 23, 1907, by Rev. McAndrew, in the Presby terian Church, near Matong. Al though her husband's name was given on tho marriage certificate as Whee ler his real name was Scammell, but she did not become acquainted of this fact until some time after her marriage to him, They lived for four or five years near Matong, her husband then working on a farm for wages, and later at share farming. There were two children to the mar riage. Ppfitionei- s?aid she went to Victoria for abou(, three weeks and on her return to New Squf.h Wales camped and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT ' ' ? ?'? Graham Brothers impressive advance to first position in tho 1 J-toiI _ _ truck field, and second in the 1-ton and the l£-ton field combined — ' during the first quarter of 1925 — is explained by four vital reasons; a*— ?-£ a 1. Distinct price advantage. / -'4' *- 2. Pronounced quality advantage; ' _ 3. Dodge Brothers engine. ,A, 4. Substantial character of Dodge Brothers dealer organisation. ? Ordinary logic demands that these facts receive your immediate ' ' consideration if you have any heed whatever for a truck; [Stand AUC i s &D Motors LiMiTeri 2SG CASTLE R.EAG H.STaEET. SYDNEY, .? Geaum Brothers 1 ¥1 ¥ JtPW tQ SOLD BY DODGE BROTHERS J.A'C.w DEALERS EVERYWHERE A. B. HOGAN ASSOCIATE DEALER TUMUT Most cars to-day are perfectly reliable, amply power- i Iful and capable of quite satisfactory performance for the average owner-driver. -v The Essex-Six is a refined car which not only 'fills the bill'in the above respects, but ...

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Batlow. SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Batlow. SCHOOL PICNIC. The following is a list of the win ners of the principal races at the recent Batlow school picnic:— Sack race, boys under 11, George Morton 1, Jack Brown 2; over 11, Reg Bow den 1, Bob Eastoe, Les Skein dead heat; girls' sack race, under 11, Ro sie Sime 1, Nita Hicks 2; over 11, Bertha Harrison 1, Leila Hayward 2; boys, 10 and under 12, Ronald Hay ward 1, Tom Reis 2; girls, ditto, Marie Robinson 1,' Millie Quarmby 2; boys 12 and under 13, Bob Eastoe 1, Albert Harvey and Reg Bowden dead heat; girls, ditto, Eva Hunter 1, Rena Trumble 2; boys, 13 and over, Bert McLennan 1, Willie Banks and George Skein dead heat; girls, ditto, Aggie Quarmby 1, Gladys Harrison 2; pil low fight, under 11, Arthur Way 1, Ronald Hayward 2; over 11, Bert McLennan 1, Reg Bowden 2; girls' novelty 3-legged race, under 11, Marie Robinson and Nita Hicks; boys' ditto, ditto, Lawrence Alcorn and Ron Hayward; boys' ditto, over 11, Bob Eastoe and Les Skein; girls' ditto, ditto, Bertha Harrison ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Thomas Henry Pasco, CO, an au-, tliority on the Lucknow mines, was found dead beneath a heap of earth in a mine on Friday night. His son in-law, Charles Saunders, who was working in the vicinity, noticed that Pascoo had not harnessed up his horse and sulky, and investigating, found that there had been a fall o£; earth in the mine. He rushed away for help, and rescuers from Orange, recovered the body.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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The Garden. ZINNIAS FOR THE HOT MONTHS CANNAS FOR COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

The Garden. ZINNIAS FOR THE HOT MONTHS CANNAS FOR COLOR. Now that the time for sowing Zin nias is here, let me stress once again tho advantages of massing this showy and very useful annual in soparate colors. This applies with equal force to Zinnias as it does to Asters. Where | large beds are planted with all the purple white pink, crimson, scarlet, and terra cotta shades massed (while | where the colors meet they intermix and blend together like the pattern on some gorgeous. Oriental carpet), the whole effect is both dazzling and beautiful, particularly when the sun light plays on the brilliantly colored scheme. Zinnias are quite easy to grow, and will put up with all sorts of hardships, still giving a generous return; but it is only natural to expect that, when properly cared for, they give a corre spondingly greater display both in color and size of blooms; while their period of flowering is also greatly lengthened. There is only one thing that Zinnias will not put up with — tha...

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