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ARRANGING THE KITCHEN [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

ARRANGING THE KITCHEN , Conveniently arranged kitchens layM the housewife 1150 to 300 miles of walk ing each year, according to a recent survey, says Ruth K. Willard in Cir cular 03 of the Agricultural Extension Division ,of North Dakota Agricultural College. Consider your kitchen, -she advises. Do your tracks zig-zag back and forth? If so, can it be arranged so that you can get your supplies, place them where you will use I, hem, cook them, and serve them with fewer steps. Many kitchens have simply 'hap- pened,' and these constitute a hard problem, as there may be built in fea tures, sucli as doors, -windows, and chimneys, that cannot be readily chan ged, but if the whole family works at the problem many alterations can be made to save steps. ,

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures Albury L.V.R.G. Jan. 30 and 81 Tociimwal R.C. Feb. 4 and 0 Murrumburrah Feb. 4 and 5 Finley R.C. - Feb. 7 Cootamundra T.C. Feb. 11 and 12 Leeton J.C. Feb. 13 and 14 Corowa St. Pat. DR.C. Feb. 1-1 1 Braidwood TJ..B.R.C. Feb. IS ( Boorowa T.C. Feb. 18 and 19 , Tumut T.C. Feb. 18 and 10 Ilenty A.R.C. Feb. 21 Berrima District, Moss Vale Feb. 21 Gundagai' Feb. 24 and 25 Goulburn Feb. 27 and 28 ; Ilampstead March 4 Daydale, P.R.C. _ March 4 Braidwood March 0 and 7 .Tunee R.C. March 7 Berridale March 11 Yanko Creek P.R.C. March 11 Culcairn A.T.O. : March .11 Stotkinbingal March 11 Albury St. Patrick's R.C. March 14 Adaminaby . J.C.- March 17, and :18' AVonibat, .T.C. March 18 Oaklands P.R.C. March 18 Wagga Hospital R.C. March 20 Coolamon R.C. ' ... March 25 Lockhart St. Pat's Day ll.C. March .25 Yass P.R.C. March 25 and 20 : Berrigan St. Patrick's R.C. March 25 llolbrook A.T.O. March 27 and 28 Monaro (Cooma) J.C. March 27 Boree :- Greek R.C. April 1 Bimilong R.C. A...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMUT HOSPITAL SEVEN PATIENTS AT PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

TUMUT HOSPITAL SEVEN PATIENTS AT PRESENT. Miss Cyllie McDonald, who was the victim of a burning accident some ?months ago, is still in hospital. Sh« is progressing slowly, and is now able to walk about. Sji;! Mrs. Alex Stockweli, who /was-- ad mitted to Tumut Hospital during tlie week, is doing well. , , Building operationjLat Tumut Hos pital are going ahead. Tlie contrac tors are Messrs, Masters. Bros.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

! Corn well's Malt U Extract ' sddod to baby'i bottle, helps to digest cows'; i mi tk and atarchy foods ' *nd ' kwtpa the- bowels acting regularly. Babtea ttidolder child ren, who httve'riotbecn thriving, bftaif'aliow a marked improvement when: Cornwall's Malt - Bxtmct is added to the diet. Buy » tin from your chomist or grocer to .. i»y. ' « ? ? ' : 'A nx vwem tor \ THE RONSON REPEATSS? i Aaaju.TELir hasuucii UJAOJ M-fOMATiCAU.y. WWQ ikTDiunctUt Yfo 0-A kh^ IVt-*^.ws / . Wo P»o D»n*jcrt { f ( } *v7yr'T-. \ Vc2 SI-«a »ted Pi?*'r»c» -V ? ? / \ lusi Ub« s K«J ^ i' \ TW Rt»n»«» RaQsas)*sr tt ! «- j'lWo' S ttn»8 and 6unkk-mst» «l V vJSS^ «tet} $r* ttsA (InW* li nxrm fcaikJ iaa G3S& Vx&oTal c-J tn « . f»flc f) ?»» &n&i .lay -3rtJ« «a a A K3 tvJ fVtili Jintti*. #1 tvrrf htH^er f'*a, w»»Je» Siut b y. Yr- 7)« RWisco RewoTa* j* ah=»s-k^c}v t-»» ant b^ucy, .R*. k»d3 csa h* fopvfcd lw ?iftraia«hU - fnaas, Uaoa frUa *« tki jaa? Cfc, £250 REWARD XnE above reward w...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

BAND CONCERT There was a good house at the Band concert in O'Brien's Hall on Monday evening ,and they were not disappoint ed, as the programme was a good one, and every artist was called upon for ?an encore. Mrs. ,R. M. Thompson commenced? with .a ; pianoforte overture ..selected. - 'The balance ? of the programme -was not adhered to as urinted. owinir to tlii- i absence, of one. or two artists. Miss vEilcen Henry's song was 'The Valley of Laughter,' in which she did' herself full justice. Miss A. 'I-Ialloran recited most creditably, 'The Inventor's Wife' Miss Lois Fleming (15), a pro inising violinist from Parraniatta, ac companied by her sister Marjorie (13) on the piano, gave the violin solo 'Bolero.' It is sufficient to say that these two young artists have perform ed before a city Town Hall audience, with very meritorious results. The Tiiniut audience were not lac-king in their appreciation of the music,1! abil ity of the young pair. Mr. Archie Sinimonds was well-received in hi...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

. ? I 11/ INTE x will com : and you /B\Mk ^ ' | | iv- 1 I say 'I wis' i 1 had Jlfe ^ I | 'Preserved some fruit.' \ j | I . Now is th- time— while Fruit is U $ plemi/ul — to busy yourself hi lliat f/Wa^SLL ,- ) ' | X 1 pleasant task of Preserving. ™uTy ® i % 1 I All your requirements in the shape ? I o J °f Pan', Scales, Measures, Jars, J- o jj Rubber Rings, Spoons, clc., arch etc. S ?!| j ^ Come inland make your selections. ^ i o «?«— — II mil ? I ^ O ' ' a ? ? ' ? ? V I j ? PRESERVING JARS:— SCREW I 0 TOP, WIDE MOUTH. EACH JAB . ' , I .-- PROVIDED WITH RUBBER RING. I ; : 1 QUART SIZE 12/- DOZ. . | 'X - 3 QUART SIZE, 111- bi)Z. ^ I JAM JARS. - ' ? I! . '. 21b. ROUND ,6/- DOZ. I lib. ROUND, 4/9 DOZ; less 5d. Cash | I 1 ? I ' i : I ' in SKY PICTURES r SKY PICTURES SKY PICTURES SATURDAY \ HERBERT 1 RAWlfflSONi JACK O* CLUES .1 /? UttlVtRSfiLr/JTTWC TION | L TWO REEL COMEDY ; ' GAZETTE j ; EPISODE 12 OF ! THE STEEL TRAIL I Lay the Foundation J . for a Good Day's Work. Good Morning Meal ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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TUMUT DISTRICT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

TUMUT DISTRICT SCHOOL j School commences again on Mondav. To older hands— those of the oid school — it may seem remarkable to say that tiie children are looking for ward to it.' Yet such is the difference hot ween school life now and then. There are changes in the staff. Mr. I'lnnmiGr has gone to Young; Miss l'ilse goes to Gosford, and is replaced by Miss Reid. from Balvaniild ; Miss Hiake is replaced by Miss Snrroll, fresh from College ; Miss Green has gone , to Xowra. SEWING CLASSES. As (lie result, of agitation by tiie Tumut P. and C. Association the ser vices of a sewing teacher have been secured, in the person of Miss Kearney. Miss Kearney will spend three days a week at Tumut; School, and two days at Adelong for the first \veolc ; for the second week three days in Adelong and two at Tumut, and so on. This will ( be welcome news to parents. j The Primary classes commenced last ? Tuesday. j

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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PEOPLE'S PICTURES "FLOWING GOLD." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

PEOPLE'S PICTURES ! 'FLOWING GOLD.' An epic of the oilfields — first of its kind to reach tho screen. ? / Tho love of a woman for a man— a love laughing at obstacles. 'Flowing Gold!' No faster does it throb in tiie veins of mother earth than through the hearts of her peo ple. A beautiful love story ; delicious comcdy ; gorgeous and. realistic set tings; storms, floods, -tires, lights and. thrills— that's 'Flowing Gold.'' ; A Rex Beach story of the Texas oil j fields. Richard Walton Tally giver : a .lavish production to Rex Beach's i best story. ' ' ' ! Until you've seen 'Flowing Gold'.' j you dont realize what the screen can I do. An appealing love story interming- | led with -smashing nndj spectacular j drama. The screen's favorite sweet-1 hearts, Anna Q. Nilsson and Milton Sills, in their greatest performance. The furies of .Heaven and earth re leased — But lives on. Comedy and pathos, romance and a smashing clim ax. A great novel, filmed by a popu lar producer, with a great cast....

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSES OUTSIDE BOUNDARY. CANNOT GET COUNCIL'S WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

HOUSES OUTSIDE BOUNDARY. ' CANNOT GET COUNCIL'S WATER. An application came before the .Mu nicipal Council 011 behalf of A. Min cliin, to connect water pipes to his home near tlie hospital (recently pur chased from Mr. W. Wieht). The property is outside the water area, and, as Aid. Alliot; pointed'* our, ! the call upon the water supply is :il- j ready difficult to meet. j Therefore, a precedent, is created, I ' whereby houses outside the water ser- j i ice area eannob now connect with; tliu : town supply. ? ' Quite -'a' number of houses have pre- J viously. ''been connected, so that the new precedent is really ;tho breaking | of an old one. j I', jirf an unfortunate and deplorable 1 state of affairs .that, with our excellent '-.facilities 'for an ample and cheap wit- ; -ev supply, houses as close to the centre ; of the town a this one is, cannot ob- j tain the udvantage of a water ser- j . vice.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

mm A Worthy Watch Bjr A\| Within Easy Grasp || HhS1Lm§ fMNAwK Mf Mwaiy A/kr«M, M I ?QHI: an ?«(« NttiMt Mw tnjw. || Iflfll flll Bam 1» am Oftn Fko»4 Watch 'thai 0 ?HH BHW n mm fwrmfM to §tm gem .n im » , , ,_ |§ HflHi tktnmph §Umg m»(w mad 0*t f A eg O H.D. SMART 'I . Watchmaker and Jeweller TUMUT j| *.r. . . :. fc ? \ ? ' ' ~ - . . ., ^ '? YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF IN A RUGBY The wonderful pride and confidence wihch Rugby owners have in their ear is inspired by Rugby performance under every 'conceivable travelling1 condition. N Xu no uncertain manner Rugby cars are dully deffionstvutins Jkeir supcrJtft* performance, stamina, depend ability ami economy, . 1 When you own a Rugby you never need to apologise cither for its appear ance, its lack of comfort of its per forming ability. It is without doubt the greatest and most amazing value in its class. Call for 'Documents hi Evidence.' Read what the average owner tlilnhs of his Rugby. PRICE 1275. H.T. Magneto £10 Extra. 'WORTH THE MONEY.' ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"RUNNING FROM STREET TO STREET." NOT ENOUGH TIME FOR DECENT JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

'RUNNING FROM STREET TO STREET.' NOT ENOUGH TIME FOR DECENT JOB. At a-mceting of the Tumut Munici pal Council on Tuesday fortnight, the. ? Jlayor and. Aldermen (as fully report ed an these columns) criticised the work of the maintenance men. i As a sequel, Maintenance Man Gid dings tendered his resignation on Tuesday night .stating as his reasons, i that: I 'He. was not allowed enough time to . make a decent job; and was Kept run- ; ning from street to street.' j The Mayor said it was necessary 111 ' urgent cases to remove the men from 'one jol) to another, but he had only , moved Giddings oiice lately, and on ? another occasion 'had to ask him to I tflfco some material to tho waterworks, ! Aid Pearce and Madigan moved that tho resignation bo accepted. — Carried, ! Aid. Madigan and Maitland then j moved that applications be called for j two competent men — one with horse | and cart, and one to -assist. The mover ? said that the work for some time past j had not been satisfactory. I ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICH MAN'S ROMANCE REMARKABLE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

RICH MAN'S ROMANCE REMARKABLE SEQUEL. j The romance of Leonard Rhinelaiid er, a member of one of the oldest and wealthiest families in New York, and heir to a fortune estimated at £20,000,000, ended with a suit to Rnnul his marriage to Alice Beatrice Jones, a beautiful young woman in humble circumstances, whom he secretly mar ried six weeks before, writes the New York correspondent of the London 'Daily Telegraph.' Mr. Rhinelauder accuses liis wife of having fraudulent ly represented herself to be white, aud to have denied that she had any nogio blood. The announcement or -u'-- lthinelaiider's marriage came as. a shock to society when it was learned that the bride was the daughter of a ceachman and odd-job man, and the I sensation was heightened when several newspapers published accounts, alleg ing that Mrs. Rhinelauder's father was a West Indian negro. The young mil lionaire scornfully rejected all the proposals of his parents and friends that ho should leave his bride, and; forsaki...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PLENTY OF LIGHTING." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

igi?6 ? : — . 'PLENTY OF LIGHTING.' When an application came before tlie Council, on behalf of Mrs. J. JIc Xamara for permission to instal elec ? tric lighting at her- home in Russell Street, the question was asked by Aid. Pearce-— 'Have we sufficient power V' The Mayor: In my opinion we have sufficient power to supply many more uomes yet.' IIow is this tli us V Not so long ago we were supposed to have reached the ' limit of . supply, and there was talk of refusing further applications. It is gratifying news, to learn that the lighting scheme is improving with age, and that it is paying well, as proved by the reduced price per unit this year. j 'John Crichton quoted the sum of £25 for repairs to the footpath at Post Office and Royal Hotel, when the tele phone lines have broken the surface. The postal authorities are to bear the cost — that is, if the price suits them. Dr. Mason complained that over 12 months ago he wrote to tho Council asking for repairs to his right-o'-way, but not...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TALE OF TAILS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

A TALE OF TAILS (By Clnrn Austin.) Ilor 11111110 wnx Jolinnua Auuu Miuto, nnd nho wns not in . tho least Kiven to pride. Nevertheless, to-dn,v who stood in front, of tho long mirror, fwinglhyt herself this way and thnt for such a tinu\ nnd with aueh tin inistnknblc Holf-Matisfiiction written tin lier features tliat the niowt lunieut observer might I10 misled as to her uharacter. IJut 110, Jolinnua Anna was not conceited. AVhy, for years upon years elie had lived alone nnd dressed in none hut tlio plainest of hlack dresses. Itumour had it that .Johanna was rich, hut there are al ways rumours about such people us Uiss Johanna Anna Minta. 4,I think 1 like the tul's,' she told herself. 'I11 fact, I am sure I do, nnd yet — ' The fact was, Johanna had jus,t 1:01110 home from the dressmaker with her new show dress. .She scarcely knew herself what had possessed her this time to eliooso a biseuit-colored crepe-ile-oliene instead of the usual black Kilk. Less still could she com prehend why s...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKY PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

SKY PICTURES At the Sky Pictures on Saturday (here will lie screened a fine filni — ''.J nek o' Clubs,' with Herbert . Rawlin ' sou. in the principal role. On Tuesday, 'The Green Goddess'— at present being shown in the city, will be screened.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

' ^ ^ j ' J So exceptionally sturdy is ' Sylk-Avto ' Hose I ! I; that it is really economical for everyday wear, M I. Obtainable in 30 Shades 6/11 ?. I0 l^Sonis ' -4 SYLFbdRTO i | Q/1n Improvement on j ? !, HO«§£ / J1 (p G) CsWade £r- Australia by GEO . A . BOND & CO. LTDf ^ Q Q '' ' ? [HIT « I1IIMIIII n ? Fop Ladies we have SYLKARtO HOSE ' IN - WHITE, BLACK, NIGGER CHAMPAGNE, NUDE, ASHROSJ?, TERRAPIN, SILVER, SUEDE G REir, MAPLE and NEW FAWN ' PRICE 6/11 PAIR. Pop Men : ''v j ..'??SiLKARTO S^SiS , * IN : A NEW FAWN, NIGGER BLACK, SUEDE GREY, WITH CLOX, ; G/6 PAIR. ' ^ MENS TRIPLE WEAR SOX, ALL COLORS' PRICE 4/G PAIR. ; '] o ? ? o 1: JOHN LEARMONT ''DRAPERY ? -MERCERY MILLINERY ? BOOTS. OPEN DURING LUNCH HOUR. WE CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHTS AT 10. - ?? ] j '&] | i I .Jsi I Suit You Ordered j| N -—may still have lota of wear left i ife ,t~ 8 u~no doubt it wM stand 5 iM W. ? 3 plenty of cleaning and renovating ' \ oCA S fpr ™onths to come. But it never / 1 y looks the same a...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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MAN KILLED CYCLE CRASHES INTO TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

MAN KILLED CYCLE CRASHES INTO TREE. About 5 o'clock on Thursday, Rich ard George Bracken (26), only son of Mr. George Bracken, Shire Clerk of JJerilderle, was killed instantly iu the main street of the town, through the motor cycle he was riding, crasli ini' inl-n n iienner free nnnositc the post office. Bracken rode into the j main street, from the Finley Road, nt.i a fast pace. In turning the corner he made a wide detour, riding to the opposite side of the street The cy cle appeared to be out of control,. | and it swerved into tho street gut ter, where one of the tyres burst. This caused it to skid and- to strike against the tree. Bracken was hur led .with terrific force against the trunk. I-Iis clicst was crushed and death was apparently due to injuries and' shock. Dr. Southey was in the vneinity and was on the scene in two I minutes, but could /Only stnte that the young man was dead. Bracken, lindLonly been a week in possession of; the cycle. The tragic occurrence has 'cast' a g...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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SCHOOLS SAVINGS BANKS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

SCHOOLS SAVINGS BANKS Tlie operations of the public schools' savings banks of the State during the year 1923 produced very satisfactory results. Throughout tiie year ten new banks were established and eight were closed. The total number of banks in operation on December 81, 1923, was o»i-. jLiie eieoit uaiance carried ior ward from 19V2 was £17,009/3/2. i'ie posits for the year totalled £01,989 3d, while the withdrawals amounted to £63,021/8/2. There was thus a total credit balance of £16,570/14/3 at the end of 1923. During the year a num- - her of children decided to open indivi dual accounts at the Government Sav ings Bank, consequently an amount of £.S,4GS was withdrawn from the school banks for this purpose. The total am ount received from the various schools was £14,756. Since the establishment of public schools' savings banks in 1887, a grand total of £940,735/2/8 has ! been deposited by the pupils and £933,158 withdrawn.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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RUNNING A RISK OF POISONS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

RUNNING A RISK OF POISONS Pretty well half the female popula tion of Sydney now use -lip-stick and consequently half the male population are wondering if they nre in any sort of danger, of being iKiisoned. Kissing of artificial colored ruby lips, how-' ever goes on as usual, though the sltii I a tion is regarded as being somewhat dangerous,- and it is not improbable (lint tlifiiBonrd of Health will be asked to investigate the nature of lip-stick with the view of setting at rest the fears of the male philanderers \vho crowd the. Ambassadors, the. Went worth and' other jazzing shops in and around the city itnd suburbs. Where once the Sydney woman or the Syd ney flapper with a sallow complexion got something in a bottle — senna or ep som aalts — to take inside, she now buys paint or whitewash to put on outside. The !-ale of patent modieines is de crcasv iV.^i bcfiMtifylng stuff is increasing so n Sydney chemist informed lis. What tho aniline dyes did ior the textile indus try some year...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMBERS ANNOYED MR. BAILEY TO GO. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 29 January 1925

MEMBERS ANNOYED MR. BAILEY TO GO. At a. meeting convened by the Sec retary of the A.W.U. Central branch to consider the business for the annual conference, President Bailay' refused to acept a motion that shorthand notes be taken of the proceedings for later publication. Subsequently it was an nounced that the official?, had decided not to continue the meeting. The rank I and file then took charge and carried ] tiie following motion unanimously: 'That John Bailey lie called upon to I resign from the presidency of the Ceil- -j tral branch, failing which the annual / conference be instructed to remove/ liini from office.' . |

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