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

.in' ? ? i n ?LA,l„sS! We Invite you to test us out on tho lines we are presenting here... We are making some very special offerings In MIL. LINERY, HOSIERY, UNDER WEAR, CHILDREN'S WEAR, SHADES, HANDBAGS, and many other lines suitable for XMAS. SILK AND ART-SILK HOSE. BOND'S SYLK.ARTO in all the wanted Shade#, 6/11. AUSTRALIAN BANNER HOSE, 5/11 [ PRESTAGE HO.SE, 6/11. I NEW CHUBBY SUNSHADES. Dozens of new SUNSHADES to choose from, priced 15/6 to 27/6. I RELIABLE GLOVES AT SPECIAL PRICES. ; Just the Gloves you will need to give tho finishing ' touch to your smartest outfit j THE NEWEST IN HANDBAGS, i Quite the newest and most novel suggestions in LA ? DIES' HANDBAGS — a pleasure to carry, anc) most moderately priced I A WONDERFUL VARIETY OF HANDKERCHIEFS. | In plain White, Colored, Embroidered and Lace-edged varieties. We have them in endless range. | | For QUALITY, PRICE, STYLE, DISTINCTION, for 'SOME. | 3 THING DIFFERENT,' the verdict remains BEST-BY.TEST. jj u FOR SOLID VALUE. ? T...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INQUIRY FOR WOOL! GENERAL DEMAND KEEN [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

INQUIRY FOR WOOL! ; GENERAL DEMAND KEEN Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., report ?.under .date Deceiviber '.. 1: — Meting wool' showihg;-fine quality and-iii-vgood' order commanded brisk competitnin. and sold at full recent values at our., Sydney sale on Monday. Bt inquiry .for wools displaying broadness of fi* bre still lacked consistent strength, *? ana rates ioi uiese lines were agaiu. irregular. Clips carrying burr heav ily were also in indifferent demapdi.1; Bidding for. comebacks- -aiid cross-,, , breds was most a'ctiver'with'-p'ricesf s.trpngly maintained. French opqraf tots .jvere/inQt;, §uph brisk bidders q.s| ?t\vo;:;,wee6s igo^ut .Geriijaj)'' jjjanu^.' factufers . ^boi'ed; great^^cfivity^iind:;. orders ' were about in fair xolun^e; from -Ifaly and Belgium. Yorkshire,, -and Japan also bought with fair vnj -gor, and occasional market support jyag noticeable from America an& from Australian topmakers.. ; Our se-^ iectiort chiefly comprised clips of av^, erage to . good types...

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

Butcher's Small Goods -at MALLOS. BROS.' .Marblej Bar. Sundae . Shop, Tunirtt.i. . -V' .U'ol.-'- ' '?» ' * * _ * . ' At J TUirlingluirst— . Sessions, ..Mrs. ' Dcjily,'Joimstoti,..of'''Glad 'Eye' fame, ? , -\yas sentenced to: twelve months' im prisbnttetit f br-;-havirig obtained £100 ?!- ' by- false representations. This is the 'woman , who lived beyond her means at . Strathfield. and whose husband ? ' ? /-w^s on 'the basic wage while she li ? ??ived a fast life and kept up a sumptu ,'j,; '. .rail's- liome and ran a motor car. The jv;ojinan- wajked.,- uncpncernediy from -? ' toe clock. '

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

. Murder ! Police ! BACK AGAIN . © . in [?] SURPLUS STORES cV' ' ' ' : . , . are iaclk agams m Tli0##iiiiiiic©E?(©ial Sample ?We Ijead Others Follow. These Vafaes Camaot be Beat. : Walct Our Smoke,: Don't Read These Prices if You iDon'fc Want Bargains. Bargains for the Later r '':?? 30'' PURE HEAVYWEIGHT FUJI ; 'SljiK, .,. 2/6 yd; - '' '- ''' -0' -ENGLISH CREPE, '. . V. 7Jd yd. 'Oi- WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE, ?, c . y£ .. 9d pair. ? SILK ANKLE HOSE White only, . ... .. ? ? 1/3 pair,. .-.y . ' PURE WOOL FLANNEL, -1/10 yd. FULW §IZE DARK TOWELS, 1/, .? ... ... .. .. 1/3, 1/6, .1/11. .. ... ... COATES' ^ COTTON, 400yd. reels, ' . y . .. .. .. 4£d..reel,' ENGLISH' ZEPHYR (fast dye), 7^d , , ? and 1/- yd. 54' ITALIAN CLOTH, .. .. 1/11 yd. -.'54« TABLE ' DAMASK, 1/11 yd. PURE LINEN OSNABERG, 1/, 1/3, .. .. .. v1/6 .yd. PALMOLIVE SOAP .. . . 5id cake. ' JOHNTSONE'S BABY POWDER, ' 1/3 tin ? ? ^LADIES' COTTON VESTS (U.S.A.) ' ? ' -. . .. .. ? ? . . T. ,1/- each. ' ?; SILK HOSE; .All shades, ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEACHERS INDIGNANT EX-GUNDAGAI MAN CITED. POLITICAL CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

I TEACHERS INDIGNANT ?i ? — : ? ? EX.GUNDAGAI MAN CITED. H ?' ? IV POLITICAL CHARGES In-c&ncction withgthe article which ? itfaFQpai^d. in the 'Algury Banner' last J^Fndayf&{£:u&iHg scfrool teachers with Labor ujy Apathies, ;^som3 :'o£ whom .'-£were Ejabor-xandidat'es' agents, who instilled into their pupils their ppli ^ ucal ideas,' a meeting of the teacli '^.ers o£ Albury and district on Thurs .'fi day. ?' '/ ?'jJ- Considerable indignation was ex . --.pr^sea 'at:-.tne. enarge, tne teacners -^-agreeing that they believed in Labor, but did not influence the pupils with their views. The following motions . were carried: — 'That this^body of . teachers, repres ? enting the'-teachers^ of Albury and district, protests against' the attach made by the editor of the 'Albury Banner'- on the .civic rights of teacli 'eis, '--'and deplores^ i tie /'Banner,' ad vocacy of institution ' of a- system of reports of teachers, based on their political views.' 'That the editor ...

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

. Canberra Via Tumut Railway . . — 0OOO0— — Mr. Hugh Main, M.L.A., has recei ved the following letter from the Un ? '.dei?Secretary; Public Works ' Depart,-? '/'fti&ilt? tfelative to 'tlie 'trMr'su'rVeyyof a railway line from Junee through Narigus:— ''Adverting to ..the deputation; ;fronV ? '(the -'-Junee.- Nangus . and .Gundagai ?- ?-Railway Leagues which waited on 'the-' Minister on 30th September, re - 'gai'ding- the- ? pr.oposed railway from — Junee to _Gurulagai, keeping in view ? .;-the.--possible -projection to the Federal '? -'-,'iGapital,. L am directed , by the Minis ter^to inform you a report lias been y ? -pbtqin^d- by- the Commissioners on the - suggestions' . put. forward. Bear ;? , fng -in-^iind the ;Promise made by the ? to the. deputation, that an ^estimate of cost would be prepared v and repprt .furnished as to the coun trjfLto-.be- served, engineering difficul ties, etc., the Commissioners advise i.-i,-th-t it is not known exactly, what the ? -c|iaracter o...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Local and General. J Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes' . are obtainable at NICK HAWKBN'S,': next Rural Bank, Tumut. * * * * .... The death occurred in Wagga Hos^; pital of George Henry Greenwood,,: v of Wagga, after a fortnight's illness,' at the age of 65. ? j ?? * * * The death occurred at the Goulburn ' Hospital of Joseph Jennings, late o£i Cootamundra. Deceased was 66. Mrs. Northrop, sr., Cootamundra, is a sis-- ' ter. A. » » With the death of Lady Fairfax, -'at- her residence, Gingahulla,1 Bellevue' Hill, edrly on Saturday .morning, pas-. sed one of Sydney's most active char ity workers. She was in her 91st year. - - . ;; ; : ;. ;;. . '♦. » . * ...♦. - j . On Saturday last, Mrs.: John Reai' don, of Jones' Creek, whilst going; about her household duties, found ? something glide over her foot. Look ing down she saw a snake. Putting a cartridge in the household: gun, Mrs. Reardon blew off the head of; the snake, which measured 4ft. 2in. ... » * * * ? The British seamen's strike is ...

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

? . , ; 'Tumut & Adelong Times AND v Adelong & Tumot Express |f ? Advertising Kales ? , ( — — 0O0 ? ? (casual ADVERTISEMENTS, 6/. PER INCH SINGLE COLUMN.. I; Standing Advertisements i 13 inches at 1/6. per inch .. ? £0'19 6 26 inches- at 1/4 per inch ? v.; ? ? - 1,14 8 39 inches at 1/2 per inch ? ? ? ; ; ? ? ? . 2. 8 - 9 B2'.inches at 1/2 per inch ? 3-0 S : 65 'inches at 1/- per inch ? ? ? 0 78 inches at lid per inch ? »...( ? ? ? '„3'.ll 6 . 91 inches 'at lOd per inch ? * ? .7.- ? 3-15 10' 104 inches at 9d per inch ? ? .' 3-18 0 . ? 117 inches at 9d per inch ? ? ? „. ? . 4-7 0 130 inches at 8$d per inch ? ? ? ? ? ? . 4 12 1 . vj 156 inches-.at 8d..pej- inch ? ? ? ._ ? ._. ? ? ? 6 0 - 182 inches at 7J per inch ? .' ? ...... ? ? ? 5 13 9 234 'inches at 7d per inch ? ' ? 6 '16 6 286 inches at 6Jd per inch ? , ? .„. ? ? 7 15 0 ' 364 inches and-over 6d per inch » _ - ......... 'h ? ? ^.... ; A. WILKIE WATSON, .'Sole Proprietor. I K ™E GREATEST URIC ACID SOLVENT KNOWN. He...

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

JOB PRINTIIIC CLYDE Q. WATSON (Late A.I.F.) . TUMUT TIMES & EXPRESS OFFICE, TUMUT. Having taken over the control of the Job-printing Department in the above offices, I desire to notify the public that not only will the ordinary work, for which this office has long, been noted, be carried out in the same ?high standard of superior workman ship as heretofore, but new lines will be added to make it equal to the most efficient, city office. Every class of work. will be under taken. There is now no excuse for business people to send any of their printing work to the city. I can do it here. So why impoverish the town by sending the money else where. All Jobs cut to BEDROCK PRICES. Quotations given at a glance. m E3 ? m EE ? ? ? feBBMiiBliJ! a Speciality PIECES OF MUSIC RENOVATED AND BOUND INTO VOLUMES. BOOKS AND THEIR BINDING. 'Except a living man, there Is nothing more wonderful than a book I — a message to us from the dead — from human souls we never saw, who lived, perhapc. tho...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS From Sydney, Cootamundra, Gun dagai, etc., moaiiay, Wouuesuuy, Friday 11. b a.m.; Tuesday, Thurs day, . Saturday 12.30 p.m. Bruugle, Gccup, Argalong, Lacma lac. — Tuesday and Friday, 11.30 a.m. West Blowering, Yeiiowin.— Mon- day, Tuesday and Friday, 11.30 a.m. Adelong, Gilmore. — daily, 3;45 p.m. , ' Batlow. — Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 4.45 p. nijj Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 3.45 p.m. Talbingo, Ravine, .Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves.— Monday and Thursday, 3.45 p.m. . Tomorroma, Adjungbilly . — Wednes- day and Saturday, 11 a.m. -OUTWARDS For Sydney, Cootamundra, Gunda gai, etc. — Ordinary Setters, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1.50 p.m.; re gistered letters 12.50 p.m.; ordin ary letters, Tuesday, Thursday, Sat urday 3.20 p.m.; registered letters, 2.20 p.m. Brungle. — Tuesdays 1.15 p.m.; Thursdays 12 noon. Argalong, Lacmalac, Gocup, Mid way, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves, Ravine, TMbingo.— Tuesdays 1.30 p.m....

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

Tumut Municipal Council The Municipal Council met at the Chambers on Tuesday night last, Al- dermen present being: — The Mayor (Ald. J. Elphick), Ald. Carr, Pearce, Joyce, Madigan, Learmont, Maitland, Marshall and Town Clerk. CORRESPONDENCE. G. G. Turrie & Co. wrote, informing that they would concur with Coun- cil's opinion as to Mr. Kinred ex- plaining matters to the Government re the Tumut hydro-electric scheme. — The Mayor's expenses to be paid for his visit to Sydney in connection with the scheme, on motion of Ald. Carr and Pearce, Ald. Joyce dissent- ing. The Mayor refrained from vot- ing and the Deputy Mayor put the resolution. The Tumut Turf Club asked that Monday, 28th December, be pro claimed a public holiday within the Municipality. — Acceded to. R. Kemp applied for permission to erect sheds on Bourke's property and to replace a 4in. drain pipe with Gin. pipes. — Referred to the Works Com mittee for inspection, The Commit tee to meet at 11 a.m. yesterday mor ning. ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary MR. JAMES SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 4 December 1925

Obituary - - oOo i«»j g MR. JAMES SMITH, ''1 ' , Early last week Mr. Frank Smith, of Adelong, received an urgent, call to come to Sydney owing to the ser ious illness of liia brother James, He immediately left, ancl arrived in time to see his brother before he passed away. The unfortunate man had been from diabetes. Mr. Jim Smith was a native of Adelong, and lived here the greater part of his life, and conse quently was well-known throughout ? the district, where he had a legion of friends. As a young man he was keenly fond of kangaroo hunting, and was always one o£ a party out for Uhe sport, which now is defunct. He was a son of the late Wm. D. Smith, of 'Blink Bonnie,' Adelong,. and his mother still survives, living with her daughter, Mrs. C. Murrow, .at Manly. The family have been a remarkably healthy one, eleven chil dren being reared -to . the estate of. ?manhood and womanhood without a single death in the family until this one. Mr. Smith was a widower, his wife having died som...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Your Xmas Suit WILL SET OFF THE MAN IF ?'? J&mAm iff3SpPS©.SS2El©j «? Fashionable Tailor, » RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, -£?' ; Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. r . - - J 'MUhareds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s ibeGt Styiis and Properly Fitting Suits. Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. T - Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. varies. Competition may at times be good or indifferent. Winch combe, Carson, Ltd., may be a lucky firm. Even if that is ad ? ; mittcd, 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 ill creating the success which attends their sales. ^lt you want your clip to be handled with, thoroughness in all de - r !?' itails,.with complete energy and skill, and, as a' result, obtain top | - values, CONSIGN YOUR CLIP TO Winchcombe, Carson Ltd, 'SELLING BROK...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Newspaper Law [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Newspaper Law Subscribers and advertisers who do not give express notice- to the con-'- trary are considered as wishing to continue . their advertisements or sub buiiyLiuuu. ? ? If subscribers order -discontinuance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office to which they are directed, thdy -will be held responsible until they have settled their accounts. If subscribers move to another place, without informing publishers, and papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are respon sible. The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from any post office, or removing, or leaving tlient uncalled for,' is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advance for a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue It, otherwise the publisher i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Plains [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Tumut Plains The local school picnic was held recently, and the children' were trea ted to the usual feast of sandwiches, cakes, etc. All sorts of races and competitions were held for the en iovment of the young folk. The tea cher (Mr. Jones) worked hard all day to make the evening a success. Mr. Tydeman, who has been on a six months' holiday, has now taken up duties again, and Mr. Jones, who was relieving him, has been temporarily appointed to Tumut. At the close of the picnic, Mr. Jones was presented with a very nice shaving outfit from the parents and children and well wishers on the Plains. The shire elections are now over and we must congratulate our local candidate (Mr. A. N. Stacy) on his el ection as one of our repreentatives of 'C' Riding. I11 taking into consid eration the bungle that was made over the omission of a great number of 'C' Riding ratepayers' names from the roll (they having been on the old roll) the result is gratifying to this end of the 'Riding.' These names...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Doan's Reports Investigated! NO RETURN OF ILLNESS FOR TWO YEARS. We are answering a very important question: to-day, viz: 'Do the people who' say-' they have been cured by Doan's Backache 7 Kidney Pills stay cured?' A medicine which cures merely for a -day or a week is worth- 1 less; it is only a tonic or a purgative. But a medicine which drives the ill ness away-so that it stays away, that medicine does all medicine can do. We ' have been verifying our earlier published cases, and we are pleased to say that the result of our investi gations has been most gratifying. The cures by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are permanent cures. Here is proof of this statement: Mrs . Frank Barrett, who lives in Gundagai, says: — 'After trying all sorts of kidney remedies my husband is convinced that Doan's- Backache Kidney Pills stand ahead of any me dicine known for curing backache and other symptoms of kidney disorder. He suffered for months from pains across- the small of his back, and could get ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRUNGLE AGRICULTURAL BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

BRUNGLE AGRICULTURAL BUREAU The- monthly meeting of - the Agri culttiral-Bureau local branch was held' on Thursday evening of last week, when there was a fair muster of mem bers present. Unfortunately, the meeting of the Gundagai silo move ment fell on that night, and many of our members attended there to hear Mr. Wenholz's address. An interesting paper on the origin of the Clydesdale horse was read by Mr. Jack Lilley, and was well recel ved. A motion was recorded in the min utes to be forwarded to the Tumut A. and P. Society, as follow: — 'That, having regard to the poor class of heavy horse doing duty in and around ?Tumut, the A. & P. Society be asked to take steps towards the procuring of a first-class horse, to stand during the coming season at a nominal fee, on lines as followed by the A. &. P. Societies of Coolamon and Ganmain.' In supporting the above resolution, the unanimous opinion was that some thing should be done to improve the class of farm horse seen i...

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MORE LAVANDER Direct From Farm [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

MORELAYANDER Direct From Farm There are so many things you can use sweetly scented lavender for about Xmas. Everyone likes it and it's so nice to know you are getting it through Shepherds direct from a Vic torian lavender farm. It has just ar rived, so is full of perfume. A 1oz. packet post-free for 1/, 4oz. for 2/, 8oz. for 3/, or 5/. per pound all post-free. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD., 734 George-street, Sydney.

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The Garden. SEEDS TO SOW. FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

The Garden. SEEDS TO SOW. . . FLOWERS, Aniaranthus, Snapdragon, Portu lacca, Zinnia Scabious, Cosmos, Clar kia, Balsam, Marigold,, Petunia, Phlox, Salvia, Sunflower, Verbena, Nastur tium. PLANT. Aster, Snapdragon, Zinnia, Cocks-, comb, Delphinium, Calliopsis, Dian thus, Portulacca, Petunia,, Cosmos, Marigold, Dahlias, Chrysanthemums. VEGETABLES. ' ^ SOW. - French Beans, Carrots, Parsnips, Spinach, Cabbage, Cauliflower /.-Let- tuce, Scotch Kale, Endive, Okra, Sal-v sHy, Capsicum, Radish, Cress, ^Mus tard, Salad, Onion, Beet. PLANT. Lettuce, Spinach, Beetroot, Herbs, ,| Tomato, Rhubarb, Cape Gooseberry, Capsicum and Sweet Potatoes. PLANTS THAT STAND THE HEAT Heat loving plants such as phlox, portulacca, and other kinds which seem to put on their brightest hues when the sun is letting us know sum mer is really here, are a boon to gar deners, because they do not need the same care and attention as the more finicky varieties which sulk im mediately we cease ministering to their wants wit...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Murder. ! - Police ! ?v «3a(S». .tsats? eassaEaa dShi ^ . ? ? ? PSienditieiial Bargains. W-racferfiil¥aliies TIE 1EEI PRICE IlJftEIS of tlie SOUTH ? are Isack again, m . : We Leai Others Follow. These Yalwes CanEol be Beat. Watch Oar Smoke. Don't Read These Prices if You Don't Want Bargains. ^Bargains for the Ladies. * 30' PURE HEAVYWEIGHT FUJI ' SILK, ? : ? ? 2/6 yd. ? ' 30' EN6U.ISH CREPE ? 7Jd yd. ,!' '? '''' WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE, ' ' ' ' . 9d pair. . ... - qilk 'Ankle HOSE White only, ' ' .v.-, , V. . .' 1/3 pair. ? v . ' PURE -WOOL FLANNEL, 1/10 yd, ' FULL SIZE DARK TOWELS, 1/, .... .... .. ..1/3, 1/0, 1/11. COATES' COTTON, 400yd. reels, ...... 'I ? 4id reel. ? ' ENGLISH' ZEPHYR (fast dye), 7^d ? : ? ? ? .... . . arid 1/- yd. ' ' 54' ITALIAN CLOTH, .. .. 1/11 yd ? 54' TABLE DAMASK, 1/.11 yd ' : PURE LIMEN OSNABERG, 1/, 1/3i ? ? ,, .. ... 1/6 yd. : PALMOLIVE SOAP .. .. 5id cake. ' JOHNTSONE'S BABY POWDER, ? ' ' .. .'. .'. ..' 1/3 'tin. LADIES'' COTTON VESTS (O.S.'A.) .........

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