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

A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE . Kidneys-diseases are very 'danger ous. ..They ; com^.'- on- silently, gain ; ground :? rapidly,-. :and cause; thousands of ;; .deaths thatu could ; -have been . pre vented- -by : propejv treatment . in the beginning-.- 'Nature- gives early warn ings., vo£i; -kidney disease — backache, ? twinges f- of-- pain. ?- when, stooping- or Jifting, ;headaches,- or uiynary disord ers. - If these - symptoms are ? un h'ecdedr.tliBnertB'.graye'-tlanger of fatal kidney ._ disease.. - Doan's Backache .^Kjcljioy. Pills ^Jjve earned- -a reputa tion for .their.;-Sffectiveness 111 lcidney ; tj-Quble, .;an_d j.are known and recom mended thejworld over. -Mrs. ? F. Ivemp, late, of Russell-st. . -Tumut-, and : who is now living near ^I-Iardon, says: — 'My husband is verv li Pfeaseu ne tooiC'JUoan s Backache kiu .?ney;P.ills,» for, they -cured linn of back-, -aclie and kidney : disorder some time ago, ; and., he- has not been troubled - with the- complaint since. Ills back .-was -..o...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

c=^-r0R XMAS-^ and ail Seasons CALDWELL'S Quality. WSNES : ? ? j Obtainable at a licensed Houses. CALDWELffwiis LTD, 72-82 Fyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown Hot^S BATLOW, ^'S.W. UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT EXCELENT Cl'ISINE. CIV ILITY AND PROMPT ATTENTION. TRAVELLERS CATERED FOR. /VMM Wa 8VENSQN . PROPRIETOR, JFitzroy Street, Tumut. Hides, Fi§rs & 'Skin-buyer. ' ? Bert Eggleton Has removed bualneas to Fitzroy -street, Tumut,' In tho Spai rat. Motor Garage Building, next to the ADVOCATE office. All descriptions of FURS, HIDES AND 8KINS PURCHASED. , l}!GHE8T MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL TOO LARGE. ; | -IteptttatB n . 1 j to what net pi8 I I , . ' { Buppoaj It to be. I I I [ Ono'o CBi airastoa1 V' ' y ' '' |j I Is what people havo Pp , ? §fs j Pro^o«a It to bo. & | Heanae's jUs - j Bronchitis - . ;- ? I Cur© '? ] Enjoya both an Excellent 5 Reputation end ? on I I ^ ' j brcproBckoblo Chorootcr. j | I ?' . | -Paraoned ReoommendffUon illlffil mM*'' m}[ 1 ' ? j is tho Bee...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

^ 0—0 — 0—0 — 0 — 0 — 0—0—0 — 0 — - O—O—O — O — O — 0—0 — 0 — O — O ? C T Jf- you get in ari*\^ ' i m R.J.A. Lever % { ?1 HS Craftsmanship equal to I Ml what is popularly con- /w I '£j sidered the spccial vir- | j £1 tue of the most expen- IglsS 1 fa sivc watchcsis what you ,i Jkb get in an R.J. A. Lever. . % Gold filled *7 C / .... J % from ? /5/; - ^ i v, i m cl\ It has fifteen Jewels, pi | \s Breguet Hairspring, M O j® V]} and Cut Compensation ||j | 0 Mr Balance. Can be had Ma O :S-^ 111 Gold or Silver I&j I ?/ English Hunting cases. Ms ° Silver n C / M I 2oz. case / D/ ~ O ? i * lie / '? 1 H. B. SifABT, | (Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut? j ° o O O 0 0 0 0 o — 0 — o — 0 — o — o — 0 — o — o — o — o — o — o — o 1 o 0—0 — 0 — 0 — 0— 0— C— O — 0—0 ? 0—0—0 — 0—0 — 0 — o— O—O—O ? 0 ? ;t DEEEY'S ' I fllltC3)W^\IL HHYEUi i 0 (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) q P Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). ? . f TUMUT. j L BEGIWALD DEERVy Proprietor ! ° i- C.T.A. HOUSE. I 1 0 We ha...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Local Burglary R.C. CHURCH COLLECTION BOX RIFLED [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Another Local Burglary R.C. CHURCH COLLECTION BOX RIFLED The ingenuity of the Tumut police have been exercised considerably of late on account of the number of robberies that have been perpetra ted in the business premises of tlie town; but the latest cscapade of the youthful gang suspecieu oi ueuij-, implicated in the felonies has capped all others— it is the 'dizzy limit;,' The Roman Catholic Church was en tered on Monday during school hours, apparently by an unlocked door, and the collection box prised open and the money contents abstracted. Constables Ilanlcy and Jones got to work on tho case and succeeded in .pinning down a lad who is belie ved to have committed the burglary. If permission to prosecute comes from the Justice Department the case will come on for hearing at the Court next Tuesday, before tlie Police Magis trate. / i

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Queen Alexandra [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

The Late Queen Alexandra At All Saints' Church on Sunday morning, a special Act of Remem brance for the late Queen Mother was held. The congregation and choir sang psalm 23 and Hymn 'Rock of Atres.' and stood, with bowed heads, while the organiste (Miss E. R. Bridle) played Chopin's 'Funeral March.' Rev. T. A. Gair, in the course of a special address, said: — 'There has just passed from the Court life of England, and the life of the Empire and the world, a very notable and ti'uly majestic figure. Not all who bear Royal titles are 'royal,' nor all who are entitled to 'Your Ma jecty' truly majestic. Queen Alex andra was both royal and majestic. She will be greatly missed, for she was greatly loved. She had an in fluence upon the women of England, and the Empire, beyond calculations. We thank God for her life. Truly womanly in every sense of the word; tactful, patient; who carried out a constant and- continual round of visitations, appointments, recep tions with enduring grace and char...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHEAP RAILWAY EXCURSIONS FOR CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

CHEAP RAILWAY EXCURSIONS FOR CHRISTMAS Details of a series, of cheap ex cursion trains to, and- from Sydney are announced by the Railway De partment in our business columns. These will afford country residents an opportunity of visiting the met ropolis for the Christmas season, and city dwellers of going into the country at that time, giving parents a chance to travel while their chil dren are on vacation, and teachers to get . away for their holidays. The trains have also been arranged well ahead of the actual holiday season, so that all who can travel in advance may. in, this way avoid the crush of the heavy Christmas traffic. Com mencing on 16th December, tickets at single fare for the double journey (minimum 8/9 first-class, and 5/10 second-class) will be issued to and from all lines on various dates, and in handbills obtainable at all sta tions. Tickets will be available for 42 days after the day of issue. Read ers who purpose making an excursion on this occasion are advised to...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

For good solid Meals, Afternoon Teas and Suppers go to JIALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Refreshment Rooms, Tumut;. ? * » * DOCTOR LEAVES £21,351. Dr.. Daniel Henry Beegling of Stanmore, died, aged 60, on July 5. last, and his estate for probate pur poses, has now been proved at £21, 351; which he left to the benefit of his widow. The late Dr. Beegling was a brother of Mr. Chas. W. Beegling, of Tumut. ' ? ? * ? ? Mr. O. M, Betts,. manager of the Bank at New South Wales, got the surprise of his life on Saturday last. He walked into the private office of the bank, and nearly on to a snake that was moving into the banking chambers, wriggling across the floor as fast as the lino would allow it to travel. The only weapon handy was s short black ruler. This Mr.Betts seized, and using footwork of a cham pion prize lighter, jumped in ami struck. The blow missed by a fraction but bringing the footwork into play again, tills time brought off the knock out punch, but instead of under the jaw, the .rep...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST. (Bible Sunday) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

METHODIST. ? (Bible Sunday)- . Batlow'.-ell : a.m. . Tumut. — 3 p.m. Adelong 7.30 p.m. Dec. 8.— Nacki.— 7.30 p.m. ? REVi MORICE J. BLOIC. 'A. & T. EXPRESS.' 'Witli which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1925. True to our principles.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Lingered a Week AFTERMATH OF SHOCKING BURNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Lingered a Week AFTERMATH OF SHOCKING BUR NING ACCIDENT. Miss, Betsy Jamieson, who . was so shockingly burned at South Gunda gai on Saturday, 'week 'last, at her parents' residence, South Gundagai,' died on Friday afternoon last. It will , be remembered that Miss. Jamieson, whilst attempting to'' light a fire with' the 'use ot methylated spi rits, was enveloped in flames and fearfully burned about .the body. The doctor declared the\case a crf tical one,iihe burns on the .lower pcrr-: tions of the body being very bad. Miss Jamieson was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Jamieson, South Gundagai, and was 1 a remark ably fine girl. The funeral took place on Saturday last, the remains being interred . in the.C. E. cemetery, South Gundagai.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

The drink that is a food— the food that is a drink— MALTED MILK. Served hot or cold at, ..MALLOS JBROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Wynyard-street, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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PRODUCE SALES REGISTRATION OF AGENTS DRASTIC LEGISLATION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

PRODUCE SAIES REGISTRATION OF AGENTS DRASTIC LEGISLATION The, State Labor Caucus has appro ved of a Bill for the registration of Farm Produce Agents. The Bill is the outcome of com plaints by growers concerning the practises of agents. It provides that agents must furnish a £500 security bond as a guarantee of (rood conduct: must keep books and records showing the goods consigned them and how disposed of. In case of misconduct licenses will be cancelled. Complaints have been frequent to the effect that goods perished in transit, and that the grower had been compelled to accept an agent's word that this had occurred. Under the Bill proof will have to be furnished by the agent that such conditions have occurred. The legislation will apply to co operative societies as well as private agents and the Bill aims at prevent ing the cornering of a market and the 'dumping' of edible produce.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

BILLY WHITING'S HAIRD6ESSIMC SMOOi, and PHONOGRAPH CHOP RUSSELL-ST TUMUT, j I beg to announce to the public of TUMUT and DISTRICT that I am SQLE AGENT for the world-famous 'HOME RECREATION' non-scratch SALONOLAS and HOMOPHONE, COTTAGE BILLIARD TABLES, WIRELESS SETS, j I have an excellent Phonograph for children, which costs £1, with six double-sided records given with it. The( cheapest portable phonograph on the market to-day is stocked by me. Get one for the Summer mon ths, and enjoy your picnics. Terms can be arranged nn TTnmn Recreations, Salonolas, Billiard Tab les; from 4/- weekly, with a small deposit. - RECORDS I RECORDS II RECORDS! I I 400 DOUBLE-SIDED .RECORDS to choose from. Prices range from 2/9 each. Call in and h'ear them played over. MISS ABA I NEWMAN, MISS ETHEL ATKINSON, CRSFT-WOKHERS I BRISTOL HOUSE, 147 ELIZABETH. ST., SYDNEY. Orders Executed Wedding Presents in China, Leather, Wood, Etc. Special Lessons for Country Visitors The Origin of Most Illnesses. Constipati...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Delicious Ice Creams, served, ' sty: lislily at MALLOS BKOS* 'Sundae Shop, Wynyard-street, Tumut.' * » * ♦ - . Miss Ada Smith, of Cootamundra, daughter of Mrs. W. Smitli of Mci rivalwstreet-, Tumuli underwent ,an , operation ,for acute appoiulic t b Tuesday night last. ;PrInted and Published, by A.. Wilkie ?Watson, Sole Proprietor, at ? nis printing oillce, Wynyard-street, Tumut, in the State of New ? Souti Walep. v

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga Sensation TWO BODIES DISCOVERED [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Wagga Sensation TWO BODIES DISCOVERED Reports from Wagga give meagre dotails of two sensational week-end discoveries. A woman named Mrs. Burns had been missing from her home since the middle of June, and all efforts to trace -her had proved fu tile until Saturday last, when her body was discovered in some thistles near the river bank. The policr. took charge of the body and an in quiry will be held. A further sensation shocked the residerits' on Sunday, when the body of a man who had been working in the district was taken' from the river below the Wagga bridge. It appears the mail had been, working in the district oh a property owned , by Mr. Cook, and about eight days ago left his ' employer's place to go into town. He never returned and -his disap pearance was reported to tne police, who immediately got busy -investiga- ; ting the' case. : - Tracker McLean, who is attached to tho Wagga -'Station, picked U'1 a clue along the river bank, as if something had been- dragged to the wate...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Sport and Pastime (Continued, from Page 5) Merrylyn. Won by 4 lengths, with half a length between second and third. Time, 1.4 2-5. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP All Wheat, 7.2 (P. O'Mealy) .. . . 1 Alorne, 8.7 (N. M'Kihnon) ?. .. 2 1 Valfife, 7.11 ,(W. Simpson) .. .. 3 Betting: 6/4 All Wheat, 2/1 Alorne. Won by a length; with a neckbe tween second and third. Time, 1.15 3-5. JIM PRICE HANDICAP. . . Pleonaste, 7.10 (Lindwall) . . . . .. 1 Ada; ICeroo, 7.6 (P. O'Mealy) . .' . . 2 Exchange, 8.10 (A.- Hyland) .... 3 - Betting: 5/2 on* ? Exchange, 10/1 Pleonaste. . ; Won by a length, with half a length between second and. third. ? Time, 1.44 4-5. ? *? . NOVICE HANDICAP. Bellgar, 8.0. (W. Hoysted) .. .. ..1 Oilstone, 9.4 (D. M'Rae) .... .. 2 Flourish, 7.10 (D. Vitnell) : . . . 3 Betting: 5/4 At Sea, .4/1 Bellgar. - Won by three lengths, with two liotwQQn aannnrl nn/1 TSmo 1.3 1-5. . WELTER HANDICAP. Cuneate, 10.0 (S. Breasley) v . . . 1 Ada Keroo, 7.6 (P. O'Mealy) . . . . 2 Lord Woorak, 9.0 (S. Wad...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

. Your Xmas Suit WILL 8ET OFF THE MAN IF J. M. ffl©D5®EDZZB®, . Fasliionable Tailor, * RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, '?' ! Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. ;Hun£reds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s boc,t Styles and Properly Fitting Suits. . ; Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest, '' ' ~ ''7 Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. ' ..'-Wool Sale Experince varies. Competition may at times be good or indifferent. Wincli . . ' combe, Carson, Ltd., may be a lucky firm. Even if that is ad mitted, it is an advantage to be associated with good luck. But - ; ; brightness is catching, and the vigor with which Winchcombe, ? - ?' Carson's selling is performed is no mean factor in creating the success which attends their sales. ; If you want your clip to be handled with thoroughness in all de , tails, with complete energy and skill, and, as a result, obtain top ' values, CONSIGN YOUR CLIP TO ttinchcombe, Carson Ltd, S...

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

f 'iVi /'Sxl 1' Clever Mary' is a real help (jOSJ /'^KJ to the busy housewife. _ It is Jjjk I / Ah tW . the quickest and easiest of W^y\|Lr ? 'QflTn.i //nTj cleansers — it banishes all dirt and // grease — ? and cleans CLEAN. Save yourself work — use it always. SI ^ ^The^E^emL of^rea^.' ' ' ' ^|f ima m ? iinwww *? — ? ? ? ?- - 111 |D POST OFFICE HOTEL ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-knowrf favorite notel, announces to his friends and the public generally that It will bo conducted on the most modern lines. Visitors will find the Post Office Hotel affords all the comfort# 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- nartments. GIVE US A CALL I A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. ?PHONE 9. MOTOR FUNERAL SEEK Fuller 1 Burt, Motor Funeral Directors. Have jus...

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

IF YOU SUFFER FROM you can get instant relief by taking | a couple of tablets of Bisurated Mag nesia. This immediately neutralises the dangerous stomach acids and so prevents fermentation, nausea, 'ful- ness,' dizziness and other distressing symptoms. Bisurated Magnesia tab lets are recognised the world over as a sure remedy for digestive disorders, and are sold by chemists everywhere. When buying, it is wise to look on the wrapper for the protected word 'BIS- MAG,' as this ensures your getting the one remedy that WILL release you from the torments of digestive misery. LOAN FOR PROPERTY PURCHASE. £50 ? ? to ? £10,000 At 6 per ccnt. Interest for 20 Years. BECOME A SHAREHOLDER INSURE YOUR LIFE BORROW YOUR POLICY MONEY The General Finance Mercantile In surance Coy., Ltd., Foreman House, 226a George Street, SYDNEY. - CAPITAL — £250,000. The object of The General Mercan tile Insurance Coy. Ltd., is to lend you uny sum from £50 to £10.000 at 6 per si nt interest for 20 years. O ENABLE YOU...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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GARDEN'S SURPRISE TRANSPORT GROUP. DEPORTATION PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

GARDEN'S SURPRISE TRANSPORT GROUP. DEPORTATION PROTEST No /decision- was reached by the Mai-metTranspo'rt'Group as to the irri. tation ^tatics ~*.tg ?. be - adopted.- in _ the - event of the deportation oC 'Walsh' an® Johnson. The meeting adjourned till 2.30 p.m. ? on Monday, and Mr. Garden, the sec retary - of ' the * group, said ? that the final- decision would be a com pletev surprise to everyone. ; The policy. which it seeiiied likely . would be adopted had not even been 1 suggested in the press, but would be [ a very effective protest api-iinst de portation. ? I ? -

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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BRUNGLE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

BRUNGLE There has been much disappoint ment amongst the scholars of the lo cal school on account of the post ponement of the concert being orga nised in conncction with the Xmas vacation, but owing to an outbreak of cliicken-pox among the pupils it was thought advisable to forego the en tertainment until some future date. In all probability the prizes won dur ing the year will be presented on the date fixed for the concert, and a ju venile dance will bo held so that those who are able to attend will in some way be compensated for the loss in not being able to appear in. the concert items to which they had been looking forward. CRICKET. Gilmore players came along on Sunday last to fulfill their engage ment in the Stabback Cup competi tion and on this occasion had revenge for the defeat inflicted on them by the locals in the last match last sea son. Without in any way detracting from the win of the visitors, one can only say that the luck was with them all the way, as nothing that the...

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