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DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

- DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM BUTLER. The death occurred oil Wednesday night of Mrs. Ada Eleanor Butler, wife of Mr. William Butler, of 'Eastbank,' Gilmore, after a pro tracted illness. The funeral takes place this afternoon, leaving the re sidence, 'Eastbank,' Gilmore, at 1.30 o'clock for the Tumut Old Cemetery. Motor Cars, Toys, Picture Books, Stationery, Mouth Organs, Accor. deons, Concertinas, Confectionery, Fruit, and last, but not least, Peters' Ice Cream, all obtainable at O'SUL. LIVAN'S, 'in Russell-street, Tumut.. j * » ♦ ♦ | Mrs. C. Yates, daughter of Mrs. Ritchie, sr., of 'Campsle,' Adelong, is at present spending a holiday with her mother and sister. ? « » » Fancy Boxes of Chocolates for Xmas Presents at MALLOS BROS.' Sundae Shop, Tumut. X * * * Everything for the young, middle a'ged and oj.d at W. W. BURK1N. SHAW'S, Adelong. » » * * Gilmore Railway Station came third in this year's garden competi tion against the whole of the stations in the Southern area. Mr, Harris, assista...

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

BATLOW COMMON. ? oOo ? Some time ago an expression of op inion was made respecting the revo cation of the Batlow Common chief ly on account of the prevalence of St. John'a wort and the belief that the cost of eradicating it and keeping the Common free of this noxious weed would be so costly as to render the task of dealing with it by the Com mons Trust a financial impossibility. As a counter opinion, it is urged that the Common should be retained at all costs, notwithstanding the tough prop osition the Trust is up against, be cause as the town expands, the popu lation increases and the Crown lands surrounding it become alienated, Com moners will realise the true value of the Commons for grazing their milch cows and their horses. It is a matter ol' deep future concern as well) as tho present, and should be considered by the people from all angles. Tho pros and cons should be carefully weighed in the balance before any decision is arrived at. The contention that the Commons should be ...

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

PRESBYTERIAN. Tumut. — 10 a.m. (Sunday School), 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. (Divine Wor ship). Presentation of certificates to suc cessful candidates in recent Religious Knowledge Examination will be made at the morning service. Adelong. — 3 p.m. (Divine Worship). REV. A. CROWTHER SMITH.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Anniversary of Consecration of Tumut Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Anniversary of Consecration of Tumut Catholic Church. The High Mass marking the anniversary of tho Con was celebrated on Thursday, 10th De cember. Rev. Fr. Lehane was cele brant, Rev. Fr. Devine Deacon, Rev. Fi-. P. Treacy Sub-deacon, and Rev. Fr. Sharkey (P.P.) M.C. During the Mass the annual report of the Bursary Fund, printed below, was read by Fr. Devine who, in the course of his comments, said: 'It is pleasing to reflect that at the mom ent there must be fully 400 young Australians studying for the Priest hood. Of this number, there are 200 between Manly, Springwood and Wer ribbee Colleges; about 160 in the Jun iorates and Novitiates of the Relig- , ious Orders in Australia, and the bal ance in Ireland and Rome. During the past few years the development in thic rlnrmr+mnr-+ nf aiiv vAUo-irma life has been very rapid. There is every indication that it will continue. There can be but little doubt that at the end of another 10 years the num ber of young Australian Levites in any o...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13. ANGLICAN. Advent III. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13. ANGLICAN. Advent III. All Saints, Tumut. — 8 a.m. (H.C.) 11 a.m. (Mattins — The Rector)., 3 p.m. ? (Sacrament of Confirmation), '7.30 p.m. (Evensong. Preacher, The .Lord Bishop of Goulburn). Tumut Plains. — 10.30 a.m. — Mr. Martin. REV. T. A. GAIR, Th.L., Rector St. Paul's, Adelong.— 8 a.m. (Sung Eucharist), 10.30 a.m. (Confirmation), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong;).-; ?The Bishop of Goulburn (Dr. Rad ford). will, be the celebrant at the Sung Eucharist, and will give Confir mation at 10.30 a.m. There will be no country services on Sunday. REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

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

Town and Country. The finest display of toys ever yet. Where? Why, at the home of Santa Claus, W. W. BURKINSHAW, Ade long, to be sure. * * * « Boy-proof Watches 8/0, Incersol Watches 9/6.— II. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. « » » » John Fursden William Smith, 18, formally a postal employee at Tumul,. was, at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday, sentenced to death for the murder of Claire Prowse, 17, tel ephonist, of Junee, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Prowse of Adelong, on November 1. The jury strongly recommended the accused to mercy on account of his youth. Smith heard tlie sentence unmoved, but fainted as he was being taken out of the dock. ? * ? « Exclusive Boxes of Six Tumut Views In Xmas Card form at O'SULLIVAN'S, the Russell-street stationer. 'Phone 118. ? ? ? a Mr. Stock Inspector S. Phillips, Guidagai P.P. Board, has handed us a Government proclamation appearing in the Gazette of 20th November, de claring infestation of sheep with lice or tick notifiab...

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

WANTED, A SMART GIRL as GENERAL HELP Ideal summer climate. Apply to MRS COOKE, Rules Point Hotel, Yarraub'obilly.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Sport and Pastime THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Sport and Pastime THE TURF. Batlow Picnic Race - Club's next meeting is to take place on Jan uary 20, 1926. Particulars are ob tainable from the hon sec., Mr. F. J. Casey. ? The pocket programmes for the Tumut Turf Club Boxing Day race meeting, , December 2G and 28, are available from the secretary, Mr. R. Blakeney, Entries close on Wednes day next. « « ? e CRICKET. THE STABBACK CUP. Gilmore come to Tumut on Sunday to compete against the- -home team in the Stabback Cup Competition, the -match to start at 11 a.m. Tumut players: Barnett, Young, Jepsen, Ri ley, Ryan, Heilmann, G. Wilkinson, J. Nuttall, J. Vickery, G. Anderson, G. Harris, J. Hickey.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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MODERN HERCULES SOON HERE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

MODERN HERCULES SOOfCHERE' Everybody lias read of the world's greatest athlete, Frank Merrill; whoy is now known as the Hercules of mo-o tion pictures. Now he is Coming to' the People's Pictures Theatre 'on 7 Saturday, in the new picture sensa tion, 'Reckless Speed,' in which he puts forth all his remarkable athle tic proclivities. The coming of the, perfect man to tlie screen is one of the- outstanding events in motion pic-: ture history and millions 'of people' will take advantage of );liis greaf. qpr ' portunity to see him in a picture drama. Merrill has already become' a picture idol through his brilliant personality and , capable acting abil ity. Other favorites supporting Merrill: : in 'Reckless Speed' are Virginia Warwick, .Gene Corrndo, Joe Girardf Eddie .O'Brien and Slim Cole.'- vEHab-' orate /prepaVations _ are rbejng i'piada, for the local premier. ' .Tlie picture was directed . by .William „ J.ames Craft. At a sitting of the Licensing Court sit Tumut on Tuesday last, ren...

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Tumut District Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Tumut District Stock. Stock Inspector S. Phillips has been traversing this end of the Gundagai Pastures Protection District assist'ng stockowners with advice and expert knowledge of live stock. He inspec ted a number of dairies and piggeries and was pleased with the condition of the dairies and the class of cattle in the herds. It is his opinion that far mers could increase the pig industry in this district by 100 per cent. With the price of maize at a figure which does not give the producer an ade quate return for his labor, far better results could be achieved by putting it into pig-raising instead of markets ing it as grain at the prices prevail ing during late years. A sow would give two litters a year, and the pro geny at 5 or 6 months, quite old enough to put on the market, would realize from £3/10/- to £4 per head under systematic feeding on grain. But there must be a system of grad ing the sizes of the young and separ ating each size into separate styes so that each pig will...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Mr; Glive - Hayes, -Jf 'Gwalia,' Grahamstown, had the misfortune to be struck by the iron handle of a re volving windlass across the left cheek bone, with the result that the point of the bone was fractured, prevent ing the victim of the accident chew ing for the past fortnight. The eye was blackened by the blow. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

TU3IUT— CANBERRA RAILWAY - ? LEAGUE. An iiuiJorlant ? JJIEETINC}.' of iJlEM^ BERS of the RAILWAY LEAGUE will) be hold at 'Duory's Royal Hotel on 'WEDNESDAY, .DEOEJIiBER 10, . : for the lKirpofee of nrranging ? to sec the 'Sydney' Morning Herald' i reporter . through the ecountry to- be', ser.ved ..by through the country to be served by the proposed railway. ROBERT JOYCE,.. ' - Hon. Secretary, SHIRE ELECTIONS* j j ' Latlies and Gentlemen. — ' , As it is not possible to pei'Sou- ? ally meet all Ratepayers in, ','B' Rid ing, will you allow me, per -medium of this paper, to' thanlc you for the sup- f port accorded me at the recent eltec« tion Although unsuccessful, let. us one j and all work to further the efforts of our present members in the improve luent of the Riding and the Shire Gen- ! erally. ~ ' ? ?- ( A(;aiu thanking you for. your couii- | deuce and assuring you that, when i opportunity offers, I will again be at ?! your service. ; Yours faithfully, i ! ALLAN W. BEACH, Brungle ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

U ? U ? U ? V ? W ? \J~\J ? ? w ? vy ? ; w ? v ? w ? V ? — — - i i I- I I ???'. ??? ':.v- ? ? 9 o On every road I show my face ? ' ? ' ; i 1 I ^ And poke my round nos'd bonnet, ; j i | I always shall show off my pace v; ' : ; 9 0 To all and sundry on it. o 6 ' I 1 ? 0 A 1 ' \ JTheOffie Hundred per cemtl 0 o o o T British Morris from £250 f 1 ? 61- Mi les per Gallon f 0 (Reliability Test Official Figures) | 1 ? ? f | i THE OPPOSITION CAN'T BEAT US, SO THEY ABUSE US. DON'T o I 2^ FORGET, ABUSE IS NO ARGUMENT. t fl -i . o | Sole District Agents: ? ^ Lavis & Airey, . \ I TUMUT I |- 'PHONE 40. [ I ? i J1 o_.o ? O — O — O—O—O—O — 0 — 0 ? 0—0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — O O—O O—

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LIVE STOCK TO IMPROVE THE STANDARD OF LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

LIVESTOCK TO IMPROVE THE STANDARD OF LIVE STOCK. 'During the year,' reports the .'lou rnal of the English Ministry of ,Agri (ruMure, ';the J^ive Htock Iiniiro.vement Schoine continued to operate, on the iisiml lines, and on the whole satisfac tory.., .progress was. .made. The. ..Live Stock. Scheme comprises a, great deal. boypujl interestnijj()fhe farmer ^n the use -)f ;i g(|ii(l sire,, im/l, as'regards: his' cows, in . the kceyiiij^ of niilk - records, ,-vhich ^ are the two main i prineipals'-'of the scheme. I'o educate;. the; farmer so tliat the .selection o'^vgood Vininials for' breeding becomes not only a eapabil-' ity lmt a habit: to make suitable feeding an lnfe'lligent' cnstoiii 'instead of ir tedious theory; to fost6x'a AvillP ingness' to' iiicur iiiitiiil expendititre' for the siike ofr ultiliiately 'bdtter re-, turns ; in sliort, lto' demonstrate sill' the correlnted ''&iiufrement£1'of ''giM-' ' ing up,' and the commercial soundness' of thein, these are olSjtTcts w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

''' -limds | with The Enemy of Grease | ^$^0 i a a q n p n o n n a a n o n n c n a c ri o a a n a BBBa. a njnn anniio a POST OFFICE HOTEL' ..ADELONG ' ? ; - (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) ' R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known- favorite lotel, announces to his friends and the public generally that -.It ..will bd y ;onducted on the most modern lines. ^ Visitors will find the Post Office Hotel affords all the comforts and ' conveniences of a real home, with added close attention to their wanti. O I Nothing but standard brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits retailed. Mrs. Benson personally directs the Cuisine and Accommodation D6 oartments. GIVE US A CALL I A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. 'PHONE 9. ill! mill SERVICE Fuller i Burt, : Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking. purposed, and are prepared to cater for all requirements in this direction, within a radius of 50 miles of Tumut. NO INCREASE OF CHA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

ESSEX SIX SUPERIORITY! M Most cars to-day are perfectly reliable, amply power- ft ful and capable of quite satisfactory performance for , 0 the average owner-driver.- '' j j | |r' The Essex-Six is a refined car which not only 'fills - ' ? : : ' Is . the bill 'in the above respects, but gives you comfort j I [ S I ' roominess, simplicity, smoothness and silence to a I |L degree far above its competitors. And 25 miles to the - ? I ^ gallon is a common mileage with Essex-Six owners ! - ? ' ? Think ! Where else a car of Hudson quality, with Super-Six type J .motor, splayed springs, full balloon tyres, adjustable spring shackles, ' I ^?' radiator shutters and motormeter, for the price of the Essex-Six % . I qA Thirty-Minute Ride Will Win You ! ( J ' C ES SEX-S IX PRICES (f.o.b. Sydney) | |f[|llllllllilllllHllllli« DALGETY fi'CO. LTD. | 'Tumut & Adelong .Times AND Adelong -& Tumut Express AdvefbsmgRales ....... CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 6/. PER INCH SINGLE COLUMN. Standing Ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

For your Xmas gifts. There is a choice assortment at'W^'W. ByRKIN SHAW'S, Adelong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

4 . j- | Jf What you -get in an I Iff RoJoA* Lever % f P fl|f Craftsmanship equal to I 99 what is popularly con- ,«y $-, 9 Ba sideced the special vir- H/ Yf$ I tue of the most expen- W, /If i ' HH sive watchesis what you I M g£t 'n an R.J.A. Lever.1 7 m Gold filled 7£-/ O from ? / D/ It has fifteen Jewels, )§& \ Bregoet Hairspring, W| O and Cut Compensation r|l I Balance. .Can be had fM -p in Gold or Silver j|| I English Hunting cases. Ha P Silver 7C/ Py ' 2oz. case- / Jj - j&j o j. | ] H. D. SMART, | ? | Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut £ ^ —o—o — o—o — o—o—o—o—o—o — o — o— o— o— o — o — o — o — o— O I . Q O— .0 — O — O — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — O — O — - 0 — 0 — O — O — O — O — 0 ? 0 ? 0 ? 0- ? I DEERY'S : ?' f igE®W/^EL E^®)ITEliyS i -O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) ° 6 WynyaFti Street (Next Post Office). i I _ TUMUT. ' i r REGSIIILD 'DEEfiY, Proprietor j- Q ? , 'J.UIWl1.,1!, ? ''=«?- ? ? ? ?'- ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I I, C.T.A. HOUSE. ^ 0 We have opened a ° 1 SECOND ...

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Pastoral. FODDER CROPS FOR SHEEP THE VALUE OF SUBDIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

Pastoral. FODDER. CROPS FOR SHEEP THE -VALINE.. OF SUBDIVISION ?! The mixed farmer wiii' probably ?view with .considerable suspicion the statements that the.mo3t economical ?method of feeding off his fodder crops is to make Lhem available in small areas, The drawback of the system is at once apparent, while its many advantages may not perhaps be so readily recognised. The drawback, is, cf course, that such methods in volve a little extra outlay in the erec tion of fences, and the cultivation of an area subdivided into small sections undoubtedly wastes time and involve more trouble in handling teams and machinery. But the fences need not be of a pemanent nature. Dividing fences of a temporary nature would serve the purpose just as well. These cculd be removed when the land was required in larger sections next year for the wheat crop. The outlay for such subdivisionj may appear unjustified, but any man of experience knows that the extra use which he may make of his fodder will more th...

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IMPORTANCE OF A PROPERLY FITTING COLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 11 December 1925

IMPORTANCE OF A PROPERLY FITTING COLLAR. The' collar is the most important-part of the plough harness, iis it- is -upon it that the horse exerts his .Strength. For heavy horses they are either simp ly curved or rounded at ' the lower part, or are piped to allow- ,of freer action of the windnine. The latter are the most satisfactory, especially on horses with prominent windpipes. Scrupulous care should bo exercised in the selection of a collar. It should not lit too tightly, on the whole or any part, of the shoulder, and it should not be too large. Chaling is caused prin cipally : by large fittings rubbing over a part, just as large boots chafe the feet. The chief seat of injury is the point of ? -the shoulder. This is the most prominent, part, and wlien ^ the ./collar Jits badljv.most ofc ttefe;j)rdssufce?isttaken -byut'-mstead- o£ bei^^digtj^ibuted over, the: full-surface. . Injuries .frequently occur . at| the withers. -- Such' atsually happen: -.when : i the collars^ Jit 'badly,:...

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