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A Single Man's Job. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

A Single Man s Job. ? 0OOO0 ? Topping a steep rise in the road, Gray. Shenton, who had driven his little two-seater all the ' way from London to Westmorland, saw a sign board bearing in big black letters the words : ' 'THIS HILL IS DANGEROUS.' With all caution he slipped down the wickedly-twisting incline. He turned a sharp corner adroitly — and then forced his wheel round, saving himself and a motor-cyclist from grave injury. Injury there was, however, and as so often happens, it was the innocent party that suffered. The motor cyclist escaped with nothing worse than a damaged machine, but Shen ton was thrown from the car on to the bank, up which it had run. One of his wrists was bruised, and there was a nasty cut on his brow, but it was his leg that had been most badly hurt. He heard someone speaking, and looking ui), saw what he took to be a rather effeminate-looking youth, trim in leather cap and jacket, and neatly fitting breeches and long boots. Shonton regarded the motor cycli...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Campbell at Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Mr. Campbell at Tumut. Mr. Angus Campbell, the National ist candidate for the l-luiuc, spoke from the Post Oilice steps, Tuinut, last night. Mr. Campbell said he did not claim to be an orator, hut- lie had a sincere desire to represent the people in ? Par liament, and claimed to be more of a country man than anyone , at ^present in . the .House, or who liad aspirations to, be there. The big issue of the day Was,. Wiere they, 'to have the, Common^ .wealth. ? ruled constitiitioii!(lly...or by mob rule V It : was . 'Socialisin 'ur Anti ^ociaIisni.: The,,'oId hogey was Labor ?.versus ^Capitalism ; .but' ;to-day . there were Capitalists among the Labor ltes A\eie not Lang and Doolej and Minahan and ; others ? just =,as ; .much Capitalists - as: anyone -amoiig . -the Na- 1 tionalists '! Others ., pould be listed. The portion to-day was'' that Labor was too much controlled' from 'J5os cow.-,::Labor,. , if: it., woulil, could 'out the Reds, if liecessarv i hnv.'nnnlri ? iw-' deported.: , It...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Markets PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

The Markets PIG SALES. ...vk'vo.-, Stock Department Of C.F.S/ .^®PPi'ts on October 13.'— r-A, large :sup-. -- supply of pigs were forward, at. the 'Abattoirs on.. Tuesday,* - the -..nunibei' ;b?in& 21()0. As : a -. consequence;- of 1 this increased ^ yarding, all descrip-. tions .showed: a r.-- reduction j tin . price. -Porkers of. light, medium and- heavy weight classes were .3/- - to :-4/-/clieaI - P.61'- ''An , easier tendency, for bacon-* ??Pi s was : felt, , in spite of the- increased price ; of ' hacon on. tliCciloors -at Sua sex-strept. , Choppers and; bacl^fat-' teis were, m largo supply and were much . cheaper, than the' good ; rates ruling last week. The trade can only handle.. a limited number of this class ' weekly, and if the , supply :is in) exi cess of this- number, . prices -become irregular. Quotations: -Porkers,- 35/j. to 70/, baconers,--74/- to 100/, .back fatters, -,70/-, to 100/- (odd., higher),

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

o LOW COST i . LITTLE WORRY | LOBG LIFE f MORRIS CAR! (All Bntisls) ? From £250. i : \o Souihern Farm aai Station } ' Supply Agency, \ o Tumut and Cootamundra. f f - r

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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POISON PROBLEM RABBITS AND BIRDS. SAVING FEATHERED LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Poison Problem RABBITS AND BIRDS. SAVING FEATHERED LIFE. j Hits the time arrived when it would be pruetieulile ;to dispense with poison ing as a means of rabbit-destruction? Tliu question has been put to the whole of .the a\l\ Boards of the .State by the,' Stock Branch. In submitting this it was. pointed out that, the noi soning -5f 'T rabbits r.r.hnd inevitably meant a great destruction of bird life, and as a, result insect 'pests have increased,; : to,/ tho 'detrinient of farm ers, fruitgrowers,:., anil .grassiers. The suttiresl ion was -that ? h,v ? protecting birds from poisoning , in -this.. waj* use ful species would be. allowed to in crease. and thus hell) to restnrp Hio balance of nature. Accordingly, .the boards were asfced for the expressions of 'opinion as '.to . -.whether the use of poisoned 'water 'and phosphorised 'pol--i lard baits as recognised means of rabbit-destruction could be prohibi ted. ' ; MAJORITY IN 'FAVOR OF POISON. The replies of the boards indicate^ that...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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FOOTBALL. D. J. LINEHAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

FOOTBALL. 1). ,1. LINE1LVN GUP. Tuinut Plains' and Lacmalac teams werit: to 'Adelong on Saturday last ' to compete in tlie -final for tlie Linehan Ciip; ' the ''former wiiniiug by 5 points to nil. .. . . , .... Bombowlee . has appealed to ? the j parent League against the local ? Lea- J gue's awarding the semi-final match | to Lacmalac on a protest. If Bom bowlee's appeal is upheld it will bo J necessary l'or Bombowlee to play -Tu- |- niut Plains for. the iinnl, \

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

We Stock only ; FRESH Confection ery of all descriptions and our prices are right.— NICK HAWICEN'S Cun fectionery Shop, next Rural Dank, i i. » » The Parliamentary Labor Party re jects the request of the Australian Railways' Union for the payment of money lost by members of the union during the 1917 strike, and as a re sult of their 'lost seniority. i * * ' * * : ? Under the new Act ? relating to auctioneer, it - is an offence for -any. person to bid1 for ; his own - stock- of- fered -for sale. An': owner, s-however; lias the right of one bid if stipulated in the~ conditions of sale. An auc tioneer must also produce on !de'mand his sales book for the inspection of a police oflicer. ? * * ?» ? ' The marriage of Miss ! Bernice Smith, younger daughter -of the late Mr. Graham Smith (Narromine), and Mrs. Smith, of Roseville, to Mr. Nor man Pinkstone, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Pinkstone, of Coota mundra, took place at St. Phillip's Chucrh, Sydney, last week, Rev Ca non Bellin...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

CRICKET. Tumut- cricketers: play Grahamstown ? oil the local Racecourse wicket ., on Sunday -next, play to : commence at: 11 a.m. Tuinut . players - are :? G. .Wil- . | kiiison, - C.-iBarnett, D. Young, ;; J. . Hen ry , C . ' : J epsen, N. Hawken.^J. . Nuttall, B. Ileilmanu, J; Riley, h. . Jones, C.. Bedford, J. Caddy and R. Decry. : : : ? ? ,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

|0 — 0—0 — O—O— 0—0— 0—0 — 0 ? 0—0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0—0—0—0—0 ? ° { jf What yott get in an 1 ff R.J.A. Lever \\ I'M ' Craftsmanship equal to It lias fifteen Jewels, 1 -R *:5at 's popularly con- $ % Preguet Hairspring, f\ ?'. ? t lii sidered the special vir- ,-$|||&^ \-\ and Cut Compensation tj I E tue of the most expen- ffi Balance. Can be had F i -l sive watchesmvhat you \f;kv!/ in Gold or Silver ii J, '¥* Bet man R.J.A. Lever. English Hunting cases. £ J i. ^Nff3 i ? / 4/a!? .. ' ? - Wkm ti *k&f9 ri.rcVpr,^-7 -? ? ? ?? . I ° . . . ^ - 7 . i ; H. D. MAST, . {Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut d o 0 0 0 0 0 o — o — 0 — O ? ? 0 — o — o — o — o — o — 0 — 0 — O — O- l- 0—0 — 0- — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — O — 0 — 0 ? 0 — 0 — 0 — O — O — O — 0 ? 0 ? 0 ? 0 ? i DEERY'S ? imtoYAL motels O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) T Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). j TUMUT. ° ' I REGINALD DEERY? Proprietor ] ° C.T.A. HOUSE. O | Extensively added to, altered and improved throughout. O 33 lof...

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SPORT AND PASTIME [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

SPORT AND PASTIME The boxing match between Stan. Love and Bert McCarthy, which waa postponed from Wagga show week, has been definitely lixed for Friday, October 23. McCarthy, who is the Victorian lightweight champion, is to meet Billy Grime on 17th October for the Australian lightweight title. During the shooting o£ the French Match at 600 yards at Anzac Range, Liverpool, last Saturday, Mr. J. J . Hero, of the Albury Club, had just finished his shoot, and was about to step off the mound,' when he collapsed and died.. .The late Mr. Hore was a well-known shot in the Albury dis trict,- and was between GO and 70 years :of age. His son is also a com petitor at ? the meeting, and stated that his father had not complained ot being unwell during the day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Trout Fishing. — Rods, Reels, Casts, Flics, etc.— II. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. » » » » A very pretty wedding was cele brated at St. Barnabas' Church of England, Henty, on October 6, when ! Ella O'Lcary, granddaughter of Mrs. Kellar, of Henty, was married to Mr. H. A. Duprez, youngest son of Mr. Duprez (ex-Inspector of Police at Wagga), and the late Mrs. Duprez. Rev. A. B. Prentice officiated ut the ceremony.

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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

(To the 'Editor) ???SIR,— I.-.was ;inucli; amused at - the; Shire .iPresident's.Kattempt , to nvhite wash ithejtliitc '.Chairman of ? the-;But-! ter 'Coy.--: : rNow,. i this ige.nt lenian's grea t_ capaliilit.v,»'-forrtallv-. would; be , -far ' bet ter . displayed l in .reducing / taxation ; in the, :-Shire. 'Since 'he came - into . ofilce the-: ratesi have , been i increased . over -Id in .' the ilj! The t niatter -, which - he touchedron, is not. one 'for oratory,: but more in : the iline - of : common -sense. .This .? gentleman - . evidently ^thought that. his. oratory .would taliO with- the man vwlio milks ; the, cow. ;I- would rre-; mind .him -.of the old' adage,, '-?Fools' rush in where angels ifear t to 'tread.'- — I am, etc., ,J. Ii. COOK.; . Jl'.S. — I iwas . much struck j by ,the noisy reception which about a dozen male ..?: and - female '.sympathisers gree ted « same. Verily, . our civilisation, is - a ' Shallow '.structure. You scratch same and: underneutU' the Tartm'.

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Losses During Hay-making WHY CAREFUL HANDLING PAYS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Losses During Hay making WHY CAREFUL HANDLING PAYS It has been proven tjuite conclus ively that the time of cutting of the various forage plants for hay purpo ses plays a very important part in both the amount and palatability of the nutrients obtained. A fact that does not appear to be so widely rec ognised (writes G. P. McRostic, in the Canadian departmental publica tion 'Seasonable Hints') is that, even though a forago crop may bo cut for hay at the proper time, the sub sequent method of handling may re sult in serious losses. A preliminary report on investigations by the For age Plant Division at the Central Experiment Farm indicates tho rea son for at least some of the losses. The tests were made during the har vesting of variety tests of various types of grasses and clovers, seeded both alone and in combination. Either the whole or a definite por tion of the cut fodder as harvested was placed on tarpaulins to dry. The material v.' as handled very carefully during the curing pr...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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OUR OPEN COLUMN TUMUT BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

OUR OPEN COLUMN TUMUT BUTTER FACTORY. The following is a copy of a letter sent to -the Secretary of t lie Tuinut Co-operative Dairy Co., Ltd : ? I 'Will you be. so good, as to supply; mo ..with the ; date or , dates oil: which the,, alleged promise . by youn company to liay eight, (or. any - other) per cent ' dividends ? to.- the shareholders in .con sideration of ?their taking ! up .certain shares iirv.your company ? was made, ?.as .^referred-* to ; by i JIr. -rDirector- A. N. Stacy-. :at ' the , 'annual . general i meeting of .your company on :10th inst., and; atitlie previous - annual i general meet ing. :on^Deceiiiber.'. 20,-1924. , I alii fully: 'aware .of . the . contents of. .circulars :da ted jlSth .-J une, -1024,- -? signed , J. ; . W. I G.'iLa\-iH ; -lOtli July, 1924, signed, by !j.'.VW-ip.'2l4a-ris.;''..»ind';'aiu-undate-l'':cii'-! cular„''sigiieil by W. Hassett and T. -Airey.— ^lORETON ? COLYER.'

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Gadara Shire Council (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Gadara Shire Council ? (Continued from lust issue) The Noxious Weeds Inspector's re-: ports were read. Cunningham's block/' Sharp's Creek. — Decided, oil tho motion of Crs. Grain and Wil kinson, ..that the Inspector make at least 'fortjiightly 'Visits' to this . block to watcli the . progress - of the work being carried , out. - Decided, : oil the ; mot ion of Crs.: Hcrlihy and Godfrey, ? to order a truck of srtlt for. Adelong. , . ? , - Crs. Grain and . Ilerlihy . moved '.-tha t; T. Dunn be, written to re _ the St. John's wort- on his land: at Newtown, Tumut, and ajlvised -t,hot ? drnstlc; ?steps iwill-.bo: : taken. . against , .him if ?the road is not dealt with. — Carried.- . . Crs. ;.Grain and Benson -moved that Geo; Grady/ be engaged:. to; look after, the : road from Ilassett's to Bnnga-. dang (about 5 miles) at £15 per .an-'' num. — Carried. Crs. Godfrey and Grain moved' that the 'Municipal Council be written to and advised that this- Council in an-' ixious for them to appoint...

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Adelong Grove. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Adelong Grove. A most successful dance was held at Mr. Jerome Mack's w'oolshed in. aid of the X-ray plant nt the Tumut Hos pital, organised by Mrs., -O. Roe, -who was assisted by Mrs. 'arid jnss''W(Iiit- 1 ing of Sharps. Creek. 'Many _dona- ' tions-were received and disposed of, which greatly helped to swell the funds, and the total amount available towards the X-ray plant from this 'ef-' fort will be £25/10/. Included- in the donations nvere. bottle of ? wine; given - by Mrs. ? Linehau, won by Mtv Jerome JInck ; bag of potatoes, dona ted h.v Mr. -Quarmby, won by Jlr.- W. W. Burkinshaw ; 'tobacco - pouchi ''do- nated by-.Mr.j.'W. W. Burkinshaw, won by- Miss O'Keefe (W.valong); box : of chocolntes, * donated by Sted- : man's, ' won -by Mr. Ilay .Grad.v ; box cliocola tes, ulonated: - by- ; Jlessr p. . Bra y arid Lcyirmont,. won by Mr.. Sharp; a donation by Edwards -' &??.- Co. was sold;. 100/- ;note, donated by Mrs. Robinson (Batlow) , '.won ..'by Myers (Blowering). ; -..a 'c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Turaut. » ♦ » * The jury in the Sydney Divorce Court on Wednesday afternoon .re turned a verdict for £2000 in. favor, of the -widow. Mrs. Elaine Myra llender ?syn, who sued Matthew .TcU'erson Haner for . f 5000 for, breach of nro mi.se. Mr. i) ustice --.Tames, in , sum- ming up, which ; lie . did briefly, -said' that with -regard to the 'innocent boy' spoken. ofvby Jlr. .Windeyer, - the jury would, (look at the . evidence ? to ? see ; wliethe'r - couneers - definition was ' correct - or.. Avliether it jwiis probable' that a; man who went about the country.'. buying, wool , was - likely ; to ? be iltogether -; guileless in ; the ? ways , of :hy world. - ? . ; ;

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Demented Mother ATTACKS CHILDREN WITH AXE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Demented Mother ATTACKS GIIILDKEN WITH AXE. Three- young children '.were. attacked . with an axe of a 'knife at- their homo at- -Lambton -. on Tuesday ; morning. rJ?he:'.vlictimsvarer: Nellie Cheetham, iiged 'O - years Sydney : Cheetliam, aged vV years;. William Cheethain. aged 0 months, '.who :has since died. Two -other children of the same family .oscn'iiwl iniurv. Horrified screams were heard by neighbors and persons next - door, jrrs. Hughes and her hus band, Who called the police. They were confronted with a ghastly scene. The girl, Nellie, was lying in a pool of blood in the laundry with a severe wound above her ear and her chin: William and Sydney -were in the din ing-room surrounded with blood. Wil liam sustained a lacerated skull and cut. on the right side of liis face and severe shock ; Sydney has wounds on his chest and throat. The mother was charged with murder nt the New castle Police Court and remanded. The father, who is a printer and book binder, went to work on Tues...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

THE MARKETS. ?: SYDNEY, Thursday. ?At , Jlomebush to-day . 39,000 sheep were -forward. .The: quality .was: better;: and: the market opened, iirmer, with. a:: tendency to harden :as ? sales :pro , grossed.- : The- improvement . was . mos-i tly pronounced ; in good » ; trade-sheep/ which: . were . scarce., M Cattle.— 3050 were yarded. The quality : improved. Competition . was fair.; , ? The lnarket ' -was «without material ?. change;, during; early sales. ? ; : Potatoes, vlocal^: 12/0 . to ;10/0, ;/i'as-^ maniun 18/-,tOs20/; Arictoriun 10/- : to : io/.' ^ Chaff, - wheaten*7/-t to- 8/0,. oaten 0/- ? to. 7/. Maize, - yellow 0/, white '5/8. ? ?

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SOLDIER SETTLERS CUTTING THE LOSSES BILL TO BE CONSIDERED BY PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

SOLDIER SETTLERS CUTTING THE V 'LOSSES! i ' ' ? — — - ' : BILL, TO BE CONSIDERED 'BY ? PARLIAJIENT. - ? .'.v... .y;, ' - V';-:C.r ?''?H .. A -strnightH-ufc'.attempt to cut the Iosses--on ?soldier settlement is to be made by the - Government. Cabinet hasuigreedi iipon-a Bill .to give effect i to this ?determination. ? Thev.ultiuiate ldSsesj- of the Lands Department: in iregard to soldier set- j tlement will be-:iiot less than £4,000, 000,-. according to the Jlinister for Lauds ( Jlr. liouglilin) ; but Jlr. Lang having- promised in his policy speech to unhesitatingly: write values .down to a ppoint at which- settlers will be able to- '.succeed; the Government has decided to facerthe music. .The. Bill isito^be considered- by the party caucus - to-day (Friday) , and the. Premier stated : .that it; :-was hoped to::.place it- before: -Parlianient- -. next week. Possibly advantage rwill .be' taken of the - offer- made by-. the- 'Federal 'Gov ernment last ? July - to ' nllowf . N.S.Wi; £1,3...

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