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SUSSEX STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
SUSSEX STREET. Potatoes, locai, 4/, 6/; Tasmanian S,/. Chaff, whoaten 0/,'7/; oaten G/, 0/0; lucerne, 7/3 ? ? Maize, 4/.
MOTOR BIKE HITS BULLOCK MEN'S LUCKY ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
MOTOR BIKE HITS BULLOCK- . . MEN'S LUCKY ESCAWi, ' Whilst Motoring pei- bike alid side*': ear to the Murrunibidgee on New Year's Eve, Mr. Albert Dewberry and 'Mr. Cecil Whiting of Adelong, had a miraculous escape from being seriously, if not fatally, injured. Nearing a bend on the road past the Slicpardstown Public School 'a steel' crossed in front of the bike. Mr. Dew berry swerved to avoid an accident, but tho steer doubled back, and 'collided with tlie bike, causing It to overturn. Tho occupants were thrown heavily on tho metal Both wcro much bruised, but considered themselves lucky at having escaped so lightly. The bike and sidecar -were badly knocked about. Mr. H. Parsons, on liis bike and sidecar was more fortun-' ate, having passed the same steer-just - . . as the other bike came in sight.
"AWAY SHE GOES" THE BAKER'S BEAST BOLTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
'AWAY SHE GOES' i TIIE BAKlSlt'S BEAST BOLTS. All*. McMullen, bjikor, had a smash up with his horse and cart on Friday last, lie had a young horse in, and was sitting, in the cart holding it, in front of Clement's store, while his son was delivering the broad. Mr. Ivpn Powell's lorry came past and frightened tho horse which commenc ed to roar and plunge. Sir. McMullen was thrown out, luckily escaping with minor injuries. The winkers camo off and tho liorse bolted towards Adelong. As luck had it no other vehicles were on the road, or there would have been greater damage done. As it neared Mrs. Tillet's it got too close to tho fence, and bumped each post as it pass ed for a couple of chains length, knock ing them over, eventually turning the cart over in front of Tillet's residence, smashing the shafts and getting free J rom the vehicle. The horse was later on caught, in Cornishtown, with the remains of the harness and shafts hanging to it.
Agricultural Bureau BRANCH AT BOMBOWLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
Agricultural Bureau ? BRANCH AT BOMBO WLEE. Mr. CV C. Crane, organiser, Agricul- ' turat Society of New South Wales, ad dressed a well attended meeting con vened by MiVFoord, at the; residence of Messrs. Butler Bros., at Bombowlee el _* the Wednesday evening before Christ 'mas. Mr. Crane explained the constitution, the organisation, and the work of tiie Agricultural Bureau in- full detail. The Bureau is organised by the Departmenc - of Agriculture, with the definite object of securing organised co-operation be tween the farmers and- the Department 'of Agriculture, with a view to solving many of . the problems and difficulties - of production. Dealing with the constitution itVwus pointed out that each branch must un dertake to refrain fr.^jin 'party politics or sectarianism, but is free in every other respect to' make other rules-as it, may deem expedient, and to arrange such programmes of activities as may appeal to the members. [ other objects explained by Mr;. | Crane were : — ' T...
BLOWERING [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
BLOWERING A day that will 'long bo remembered by the members of our local tennis club was spent last Sunday, when we had the pleasure of a visit from Mr. Cecil Taylor's team. Their sporting : spirit, and the display of high class tennis which they gave, was very much appreciated by onlookers as well ,as players and- their win by 11 sets 92 games to 9 sets 70 games, was more than merited. Scores (Blower ing namel iirst) : — ? Ii. Ilayden and F. Bourke v. x\.. Hunt and R. Downie, .0-1; same v. T Webb and L. Long, 0-2: .same v. C Taylor and P. Plant, 0-3 : R. Ilayden and A. Harris v. A. Hunt and R. Downie, 0-5; same v. T. Webb and L. Long, 1-0 ; same v. C. Taylor and I'. Plant, 1-0; A. and .T. Ilalloran v. C. Taylor and I'. Plant, 1-0; same v. A. Hunt and It Downie, 1-0; A. Ilalloran ? and F Bourke' v C. Taylor and P. Plant, 1-0; A. Ilalloran and B, Ilayden v. T. Webb and L. Long, 0-2; Misses K. and 31 Bourke v Mrs Taylor aiv.l Mrs Plant, 0-2; Miss A. Ilalloran aud E. Naughton v. same,...
BRUNGLE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925
.. BRUNGLE SCHOOL Tlio following were tho decipienls of prizes :- t Brunglo School before Xmas : — Class la, first prize, 8 yd Ilarlshovue, and prize Lance Hartley. Class 2a. /ir.st prize Margie McGruer, 2nd prize Gladys Austin. Class 2a, Reg. Kelly '1, Charlie McAlister 2. Class 3a, Ilerh Kefton 1, Fred Crane 2. Class -la, .Tcjim McGi'tier 3, Goo. Ilartshorne 2. Class ?Hi, Winnie Tozer 1, Ivy Tozcr 2. Class 51), Los. Frost 1, Rita Fentoii 2. Class (!a, Doris Kelly 1, Alit'e McKenzie 2. Class 7a, Tom Kelly i, Thelma Havt shorne 2. Dux of the school, Tom Kelly.
FASTING TO KEEP YOUNG AMERICAN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
FASTING TO KEEP YOUNG j AMERICAN EXPERIMENT. The discovery of a sovereign specific ?agaiiist old age is claimed to-day by Professor A. J'. Carlson, of the depart ment of physiology in the University of Chicago. After three years investi gation he has reached the conclusion that fasting is the key to renewed youth (says the .London 'Daily Mail.') According to liim the proper dose of this rejuvenating process is 15 days last. At the end of this period three adults in his laboratory found their metabolic rate amazingly increased, i'iieir tissues when they consumed eat ing consumed as mueli as those of youths of 15. In terms of basal meta bolism their age was nearer. 12 than ?10. Professor Carlson; who subjected himself to this process, declares that his experiments prove that prolonged fasting increases the secretion of gas tric juice after eating lias been re sumed and that bodies regain their normal weight. 'We have established,' he says, 'that fasting brings the tissues back to more...
MAN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
MM l'addy Ileyla'nd, who drove a six liorse coach with a ) dozen Sydney tourists from Cooma to Gundagai, in a day and a half about 25 years ago, was 'found drowned at Jlona Yale, Sydney, this week, with a weighted cnait uag tieu securely annum nis liecK, and his right arm bound to his right' leg with copper wire. Paddy Ileyland away back in the eighties, had num erous racehorses in train at Cooma. I-Ie used to train for the Cosgroves and and John Barry , and the best ones he galloped were Mooubahli, Zoe, Ice and Moojidali Sting. He looked upon Re prieve (Cosgi'ove's) as the 'horse of the century.' ,At a banquet given by Lord Jersey over 30 years ago, Paddy was asked to sing a song ; he respond ed with one which hud. .15 verses in it) aud which took 35 minutes to sing.
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
SOCIAL EVENING. The Red Cross committee organised, a social evening and dance in the Par ish Hall on Monday, Dec. 20th, main ly for ' the purpose of providing en tertainment for the many visitors on holidays in Adelong, nnd incidentally to raise funds for the local Red Cross, wliiiOi lmnoflti'il to Hn- nstpnt. nf fS/l/S. Mr. Jack Young was M.C., and Messrs. Dart Taylor nnd A. Dewbury attended to the door. Voluntary music was sup plied by the following musicians, and the Red Cross committee take this op portunity of publicly thanking them for their most generous assistance: — Mrs. Bert. Tonkin, Miss Elise Fuller, A Holt, Miss Vallance (Tumut), Messrs. Dave Burgess (violin), Keith weeuen, mil nawtnorne. .miss uowb ing's song was very much enjoyed; al so Miss Biddy's Tonkin's recitation, and her graoeeful exhibition of euryh tlimic dancing wns much admired.
DEGENERATE WOMEN DOCTOR CONDEMNS EFFECTS OF CIVILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
degenerate women . ? DOCTOR ('ONDKMNS I0FFKCTS OF I CIVILISATION. 'Thi! primary factor in (he develop ment of cancer is the degeneration of civilised woman,' -\vritos .Sir William .Vrbuthnot -Lane, the celebrated sur geon, in the French-British Medical Iteview. 'Modern woman,' lie continues, 'is » poor, badly-nourished thing. She has lost most of the normal physical characters which were such a marked feature of tlie magnificently built sav age. 'ller capacity to bear and produce children lias become complicated by lunch trouble and innumerable seque lae, which often makes lier life miser able. 'Her sexual characters are very de fective, and she is degenerating ill size. 'The vast majority of women are puny and insignificant. Their brains are over-stimulated by so-called eduea lion, and by unsuitable food and rugs. 'They are 'unable to provide suflie lent -nourishment for their .'offspring, and are obliged to depend on deteri ou.s combinations supplied by food che mists. 'Their unfo...
Old Smuggler's Death. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
01(1 Smugglcr'sDeath. J The death lias occurred at Clinic, Isle of Wight, of Tom Mew, ;i_ lifeljoaUnan of 7-1, wlto was the lust survivor .or a famous gang of liquor smugglers, who operated on the rugged coast of the Isle of Wight, linlf a century ago. j Forty years ago he acted as wateher UU IliU U111L lip, iu DlgUUl IV uib -JU1U- rades below tho passing of the coast guard patrol. He made his first smug gling trip to France in a small sail Iing boat, when n lad, receiving £2 as his share. Sinde liis smuggling days, Mew had been instrumental Iu1 e-V£iu,g many, lived from wfscke. i A '
ADELONG NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
ADELONG NEWS. I Adelong is gradually settling down to everyday life again .after being unite gay throughout Ninas nnd New Year, The' races and H.C. Bazaar at tracted ninny to town and although the business places were closed for New Year's Eve, the main street was quite 1 1 villi- Willi. ? ?. ? ? The old spirit of greeting the Now Year with the blowing of trumpets and whistles, and tho glad pealing of bells seems, to bo dying out altogether, nnd the New Year is greeted in a far more matter-of-fact way, nnd just conies, and that's all; or, nt least, that's how Adelong seemed to greet it. Oilier towns and places niny have had other ways of ushering in the Glad' New Year. Wo sincerely hope it will lie a Bright and Prosperous New Year throughout this euhny land of ours.
WATCH NIGHT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
WATCH NIGHT SERVICE. A song service was held ill the Meth odist Church at 11 p.m. on New Year's Eve, prior to the watch night service, which commenced at 11.45 p.m. The Itev. M. . Blok conducted the ser vice. The soloists were Mr. and -Mrs. l'asslow, Mr. Dave Burgess, Mr. A. Spicer and Mrs. Rolit. Prowse. Suit able music was rendered by Mr. Pass low (organ), Mr. Christian ('cello), and Mr. Burgess (violin), nnd wns very much appreciated by tho large congregation which attended the ser vice. Tlie Rev. Moriee Blok deliver ed a short nddress, taking for his text ! part of verses 13 nnd 14 of Pliilll- j pians, 3rd chapter, 'But this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are before. I press towards the mark for the prize of tlie high word of God in Christ Jesus.' At 12 o'clock Mr. Blok wished all a happy New Year and closed the . service with prayer and the Benediction. The Methodists of this circuit have reason to lie thankful for the suc cess which has attended them during the ...
BISURATED MAGNESIA STOPS INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
BISURATED MAGNESIA STOPS INDIGESTION. ? ? ' l .' Yes, and quickly, too, for it gets rid of the harmful stomach acid which causes the trouble. Three minutes from the time Bisurated Magnesia eh , ters the stomach the acid is no more, ! the possibility of pain has ceased, and l tlip stomach is doing its work unham pered. Bisurated Magnesia is about the finest thing out for indigestion, flat ulence, gastritis, wind and similar trou bles; it's a product you can rely on . . . and it is quite inexpensive. When you go to your chemist to buy it, look on the wrapper for the trade mark word 'BISMAG' which is placed there for your protection. There's nothing else 'just as good it's Bisura ted Magnesia that stops indigestive pain ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
K. M. WATT Professional PIANO AND ORGAN TUNEIi, etc. QUALIFIED MUSICIAN. ; Taking charge Tumut District Band during month of January. All work thankfully received . Sut-: lsfnction guaranteed. Apply this office. WOODCARTING ^OODCARTING, Gravel, nnd all classes of carting undertaken at moderate charges by tho undersigned. JAS. SUTTON, ? Newtown .Tcjuut, Auction Sale J; j ?; ' S F WILKINSON & COY Will Sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY, JANUARY, 10 At COMMERCIAL BALK YARDS, nt 2.30 i».m. -0 Hand of Cattle, comprising eovrs k calves and young cattle, all cold country bred. ALSO 608 Mixed Sheep, comprising Evvoi, Lambs, and Wethers, sold in small lots to suit buyers . S. F. WILKINSON & COT. TUMUT RIFLE CLUB. TENDERS are hereby invited for lhe ERECTION OF A SHED and RE PAIRS to MANTLET on the Tumut Rifle Range. Tenders Closo 27th JANUARY, 1025 Plans and Specifications at C. C. Potts' TUMUT HOSPITAL TnE annual MEETING of Sub scribers to tho above' Institution will be held ...
VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL BOILERS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL BOILERS We are general engineers, and expert Boiler Makers, and the range in sizes and quality of tho vertical and horizon tal boilers built by us is not approach ed by any other engineering linn in the Commonwealth. Our Boilers are built to pass the most exacting Gov ernment .requirements. Consulting en gineers, and Machinery linns possess a most favorable experience of the workmanship and material in our Boil ers. Vertical boilers are in stock from 1 ! luanshi and material in our boilers. H.P. upwards and horizontal boilers froni 3 H.P. upwards. The rated horse power is large and prices are competitive. For* many duties the steam boiler, easily holds its own, nnd where, as in ninny districts wnter nnd fuel arc plentiful the coat of upkeep Is very low. With care n steam boiler lasts many : years, and tho cost of repairs for years nt a time Is often qulto nominal, We undertake general engineering re pairs. WATO HAND JOSEPHSON LTD. Bollor Makers. SYDNEY....
YOUNG MAN POISONED PECULIAR EVIDENCE Coroner's Decision Postponed Pending Stomach Analysis [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
YOUNG MAN POISONED PECULIAR EVIDENCE , Coroner's Decision Postponed ? : : ? 1 Pending Stomach Analysis j Mr. N. B. Mackenzie, Coroner, of Tu nnit, held an inquest on 7tli Inst., con cerning the death of William Cliave, whose body was found at Gilmoro On Gtli inst. Hgt. John Vallins deposed : — On Gth inst., at about 3 p.m., a. man named power rushed into the police station and informed me that: Billy Cliave had been taking fits at Shaw's farm, about J miles from Tumut:, and that be had died in a ill. I immediately went to a hut on Shaw's farm, with First Constable Ilanley and Constable .Tones. Oil a bunk in tho hut I saw deceased, William Frederick Cliave, lie was quite dead. Dr. Cloustou, of Tumut, was also present. The body was ful ?ly clothed, even to the spurs on his boots. With the assistance of Constable Ilanley, I examined the body closely, and found no external marks of vio lence. We then searched his clothes, and found a sheet of writing paper, on which deceased had evident...
MISS JANE DUNNE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 January 1925
MISS JANE DUNNE. Keen regret was expressed among all classes of the' community on Satur day when news spread of the death of Miss .lane Dunne, 'I* Byron-street, who succumbed to an attack of pneu monia iu Oundagai hospital (hit t morn ing, after a very brief illness. De* ceased, wlui was !-;- years of age, was a very industrious woman anil was al ways found in the home of any neigh bour when trouble struck them, if her assistance could be of aii.v avail. .Some time before Christmas deceased con tracted a heavy cold but treated it lightly and when medical advice was sought it was found that pneumonia bad gripped her. Mr. P. Dunne (Gun dagai) is a brother of deceased and other members of the family are : Mrs B. Iveefe (Wagragobilly), Mrs. .T. Webb (Tumut), Mrs. T. Keefe (Tumut), and Mr. T. Dunne. Iler remains were in terred in the Catholic portion of the South »Gundagai cemetery oil Sunday afternoon, the burial service being conducted by Itev. Father Lehane.