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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
[?] ? ? QAn J ^1. j So exceptionally sturdy is ' Sylk-Arto ' Hose | ? 1 that it is really economical for everyday j ( Obtainable in 30 Shades 6/11 v | ^Sonets C/?n Improvement on. 5l11^q, I ? ? ' h-ose J;-. ✓3 g*. cMade in Australia by GEO. A. BOND & CO. LTD. ~ Q Q ' ' '— ' - ? Fop -Ladies we have /?bSYLKARTO M0SE _ IN .--««=» WHITE, BLACK, NIGGER CHAMPAGNE, NUDE, ASIIROSE, TERRAPIN, SILVER, SUEDE GREY, MAPLE and NEW FAWN , , PRICE 6/11 PAIR. Fot men - ? IN NEW FAWN, NIGGER BLACK, SUEDE GREY, WITH CLOX, 6/6 PAIR. ?MENS TRIPLE WEAR SOX, ALL COLORS' PRICE 4/6 PAIR. , j . . 0— — — — ? ? ? O DRAPERY — ? MERCERY 'MILLINERY— ? -BOOTS. j OPEN DURING LUNCH HOUR. WE CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHTS AT 10. 1SI ili ilJ.fl- tlllH I Suit You Ordered J| **^13®!!^ | 12 Months Ago 'lj ; N '—may still have lots of wear left I ^ pj In it— no doubt it wiU stand) V^ssr^l aj plcnti) of cleaning and renovating ' r iS^/v /vi N for months to come. But it never /[ i mFV/^ viV R looks the sama as a new suit and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
ml ^ **'*' kmtnBfbb ^ HiTrn to « 0f*h Amf Wmtnk that 8 bm Mit fMWtoi -? |(n ;«a I thonwfk ftng wwlw mmdptC A ' . 'V ? ™JLHiI£E25S 1 ft li mod* wljMNick*! ?9 H. -D. SMART ^| r#jjg|j| Watchmaker and Jeweller TUMUT R /?5 O : T^db-'' - YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF IN A RUGBY :'^' J,Xhe wonderful pride and confidence wihch Rugby owners have^in their -'' cat' is inspired by Rugby performance under every (conceivable travelling' *? ' .condition. v In no uncertain manner Rugby turs tire tlnUy demonstrating their superior performance, stamina, dependability and economy. When you own a Rugby you never need to' apologise either for its appear atae, it«J lack of comfort of its per forming ability, It is without doubt the greatest and most amazing value in its class. ' Call for 'Documents hi Evidence.' Read what the average owner thinks of his Rugby. PRICE £375. H.T. Magneto £10 Extra. 'WORTH THE MONEY;' T, H. BARBOTJR . ja-isriD scosrs --^£-^X.X%«£x^^xSx.xSx.--SxJ--.x.x£y.x*x5x4yix*-4v5vt) ' ' IMPORT...
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PKOI'I.I! OF ADEI.ONfi. I ' ? — I W by do you not get together 'and form a progress committee to boost your town? .Are you satisfied with liiings as they a re ? We do not believe so and we think: ycur old town ban possibilities of be ing written in bi.t; letters on the map of New. South Wales. i lhere are plenty of men in your ' town Hud district who are capable of I making the place boom, again as it did years ago and ail you appear (o lack is a leader. Adelong litis , produced tons of' gold, and we believe there are tons more only waiting to lie uncovered. With Ihe advent of cheap power and syste matic prospecting great times arc in store for this industry. What about electricity for light generated by water power from your creek? How bright your streets would be at night! and 1 what fin advantage it would lie to householders you don't know until you visit it town where it is in use. Then a water supply from the same source. Think what an advantage it would l...
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS BISHOP O'FARRELL PRAISES THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS BISHOP O'FARRELL PRAISES -THEM. I 'The public school teachers of this State deserve every consideration | from our statesmen,' declared Bishop O'Farrell rccc'it1/ at the official open I ing of the Schools exhibition on the Show Ground, Bathnrst- 'Our I'arlia [ mcntarians shout,! see, when the es f tirr.atcs are being considered, that those for education are not cut down,' said the Bishop. ?'Although I do not represent schools which share in these grants, I do think that from the Dir ector down to the lowest grade teach er. the educationalists do not receive tin; recognition they aro entitled to. I dont think our statesmen -sufficiently value the services teachers render the community.'
TUMUT V. COMBINED BRUNGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
TUMUT v. COMBINED IJKUNGLE. The above match was played on tin. local racecourse, wicket on Sunday last and resulted in a win for the former. Scores: — - COMBINED BRUNGLE. A. Phillips, b Wilkinson ? !?* i A. French, b Clarke ? ? ® 10. Fenton, 1) Duff ? ? Jjj P. Williams, not out ? ? ^ — Tonkin, run out . . .... , . . . J. Williams, b Duff ? ? ' — Davis, li Shelley ? «] P. Hickoy. 1) Shelley ? « — Price, b 1-Iickey... ?????-«. — Freeman, e Shelley, b Hickey ... « B. Wade, b Jones ? .?- Sundries ? ? b* Total ? ? W TUMUT. G. Burnett, e P. Williams, b J. Williams ? G. Wilkinson, 1) Tonkin ? . .... .«H S. Clarke, 1) Williams ? ? ? Jj- I C. Redford, c Fenton, b Freeman . og , O. .Topson, c Tonkin, I) Freeman .. 3 j D. Young, e/P. Williams, b J. Wil liams ? ? ? ? , B. Heilman, e Fenton, b Ireneh .. i ?J. Duff, c Fenton, b Freeman .... -»i J. lliekey, not out ? ?' L. Jones, b Fenton ? ? ? B. Shelley, b Fenton ? * J. Caddy, b Fenton ? ? -» Sundries ? ...... 0 K V Total ? ? ? ? ? 241
ALL SAINT'S CHURCH PIPE ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
ALL SAINT'S CHURCH PIPE ORGAN. 'Matters are moving most satisfac torily. A new agreement has been drawn up and 'the order for Organ Pipes hns been sent to England. . Pa.rts of the structural portion of the organ will arrive in Tumut very shortly and wo trust everything will be in readiness to place the pipes in position 'when they arrive from Eng land. The following letter received uy uiu v builder, should be of interest: 'Svdiioy C. of E -Grammar School! January 10th, 1023. \ 'Mr. John B. Ilolroyd. ?' 1 'Dear Sir,— The organ you have J built here in the .Clinpel of the S.C.E. Grammar School, North Sydney, is an excellent instrument, and jrellects the high ability of your powers of con struction. For it's size it is wonderfully lmi't'iw't- i-ini- sweet, and action very good. Not since I left England have I played on as good an organ, and 1 venture to say tor quality there is no instrument in Australia better. 'Yours faithfully, 'Signed 1'. G. II. Walmsley, 'Organist.' The All Saint'...
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
i ACCIDENT. : 'An accident that might have liad much more serious results happened to Mr. James McEvoy on Tuesday even ing last, about 7.30 p.m. Mr. McEvoy, who is S3 years of age. was driving in n sulky, and mistook the Naeki School for Mrs. Geo. Prowso's residence, nnd turned too quickly, with the result that tho sulky was overturned and he was thrown out, striking a log as ho fell. Luckily, Messrs. Bert and Harold l'rowse saw the accident and rushed to his assistance (and were m time also to prevent the horse from bolting). They carried him to the house, put: him to bed and attended to him all night. The old gentleman felt better in the morning, and would return to 'Tumut, where, we understand, lie ar rived safely. Although' very much Shaken, he was lucky to escape with- i put broken bones. .
RED CROSS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
RED CROSS MEETING. The Adelong Red Cross Committee lipid a special meeting on Thursday af ternoon to make final arrangements I for an effort to raise funds -to help | support our T.B. .soldiers. It was decided to hold a fair in the main street on March 7, to bc: known: as the '?Woodville Home' fair. The New South Wales division of: the. Australian ?Red Cross Society have recently bought 'Woodville'. from the Repatria tion Department, and. it-is- for the pur- [ pose of helping support this home that the fair is being organised. , The committee ' wasv delighted to I know that Miss Gladys Owen had con-' seated to officially open the. fair.. The i secretary was instructed : to send in vitations to Tumut and Gilmore blanches. Miss Gladys Owen will de liver an address on ? the 'Woodville Home' scheme. . It was decided to have four stalls hud a fish pond. Next meeting is to be held on Feb ruary 2G. .
ADELONG NEWS. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
m ADELONG NEWS. ['(From Oiu' tSpecidl (lori'rspmulont.) !? WEDDING. St Luke's Church, wnepanistowu, . 'die scono of it pretty wedding last Woiliiesdiiv, 'blob attracted a lot. in interest locally, when Miss Vesper 'r,i„, second daughter of Mr. mill Mrs. li'criin was married to Mr. William s'i'iiKn'i McKinly Fisher, f, .,,, N.S.W., Uev. Pike officiating. The church luid been lieiiullfully do |W1 It v friends of the bride. Arches nf 'white roses Mini asparagus fern ?! verv nrelly decoration. nnd 11 i,.rir(. while wedding bell hung sus jii'iilieil froin nn nreii over the wedding - ^ -The bride entered the church with, mid \v:is given away li.v lier' father. 'White .sillc lnorncnin, fnshioned on stniiirlit lines, was chosen for Hie initial gown. A beautiful veil was worn nioh-cnii stylo (lent by an old friend of the Oil in fnmily), with a wreath of orange blossoms, and a shower bouquet of white cactus dah lias completed a charming tout: en semble. Miss Lassie Oain was brides maid in n l...
MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
MEDICAL OFFICERS' REPORT. During tlie year .102-1. 101 patients wore admitted to the Hospital; this being 21 more than ill 1023; these to gether with 0 patients remaining over from 1023 gave tlie high daily average of 7.3K5. Those figures show that the nominal 8-bed hospital with a daily av erage of nearly 7J lias boon used al most to its utmost capacity. Wt: are looking forward to tho time when (tlie additions now in progress having been completed) we will not be fort-oil to refuse admittance to deserv ing eases owing to want of room. Of the patients treated during the year 132 were discharged cured, 1-1 were relieved, 3 wen; unrelieved, and 13 died, of the latter several wore moribund oil admission. Seventy-seven operations were per formed under general anaesthetics, and in addition 37 minor operations were imrfrivniiwl mi mil miHonts. During the year there were IS cases of infectious disease treated: 12 cases of diphtheria and G cases of typhoid fever. We hope that during the com...
TUMUT HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
TUMUT HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING. On Thursday last the Annual Meet ing of the Tumut Hospital was held, Mr. It. .M. Thompson in the chair. Com mit tee' present were: Messrs. Elliot, Wooden, Burt, Livingstone, W. W. Leitrinont, Bliikonoy, Elphick, and T. Wilkinson. Balance sheet and reports were ad opted. Messrs. .1. Elphick, T. 10. Wilkin s and It. M. Thompson wore n,-.;ted trustees, on the motion of Messrs. Blakeney and Livingstone. NOMINATIONS FOR COMMITTEE. The following gentlemen were nom inated for commit I eonion for 1025: — H. M. Thompson, J. Elphick, C. Beeg ling, W. Leannont, T. 10. Wilkinson, F. oipps. R. C. Stevenson, J. Elliot, G. Livingstone, II. Wooden, R. Blakeney, ami ('. 10. ('a it. There being only the required mini-' ber of nominations, these were declar ed elected. Messrs. S. 11. Nicholls and X. C. Adams wore re-eioetea auditors. Executive Committee : — President'. Vice-President, and Treasurer. Votes of thanks were carried to: — Medicni! Officers, auditors, matron a...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
1 PERSONAL. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Selia fer, Wilfrid, lias been seriously ill with pneumonia for some time. l)r. | ? Browne was called in consultation with Dr. Gallagher on Friday. AVe trust the little sufferer will soon be recovered. Mrs. Jack Young and her two boys arrived home on Thursday, after spen ding a month's holiday with her bro thers, Messrs. Ted and Walter Browse, at Newcastle and Muswellbrook. We regret to hear that lier other brother. ?lur. ,i. ii, i'rowse uaie iuie.v uim l'rowse) is not in the best ot health at present. Owing to the combined eflorls of Hie Adelong and Tumut F. and C. Asso ciations, a sewing mistress has at last been appointed to Adelong and Tu mut District Schools. Miss Kearney i will, we understand, give lessons in Tumut from Monday till Wednesday, arriving in Adelong on Wednesday by mail car, and leaving again Friday by mail car for Tumut. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sherring and family 'arrived home again on Sunday, after spending the greater part of t...
CHURCH AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
r CHURCH All) SOCIETY. A special meeting, well attended, of the Methodist Ladies' Church Aid So ciety, was held at; tlie Parsonage on Friday afternoon. Tho ladies decided to help Graliunis town by running a jumble stall at their bazaar; also to hold the Harvest Festival in Adelong' oil Sunday, Feb ruary 8, and the sale of gitts in the I'arsonage grounds on Tuesday night, March 10. ? ? Mrs. Robt. Prowse, Hon. Secretary of the Church Aid, has been appointed delegate to the Methodist Conference, i
TUMUT LEADS AGAIN DISTINGUISHED HONOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
TUMUT LEADS AGAIN DISTINGUISHED HONOURS. Miss Norma Tweed ie succeeded in gaining the silver medal, for tlie high est marks ill the Stale, in the interme diate violin examination, lower divi sion, in 'connection with the Sydney College of Music. This is the third I ime ' in succession that Norma lias se cured highest marks in the State — once for the initiatory grade, next for the junior grade, and now for the in termediate. She is a pupil of the Con-, vent of Mercy, Tumut, and we congra tulate both teacher and pupil. ' The marks gained were 1)1 per cent, first class honours. The gold medal is attached to higher grades only. I
POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
POLITICAL Mr. Ken. Hoad, selected Labor can didate, set the political ball a-rolling at Springdale last Sunday evening, when he addressed a large and atten tive meeting of electors. Mr. F. Wicht (a Springdale fanner) was chairman. Tlie prospective candidate dealt tren chantly with tlie shortage of bulk Irni'lcK -si ml tin* iivofit eerinir lirico of cornsacks, and dilated on tlie import ance and necessity of the South West. Tablelands Water Supply Scheme. At the conclusion of his interesting ad dress a hearty vote of thanks was ac corded him on the motion of Mr. W. Tutill.
CHEAP TRAINS IN FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
CHEAP TRAINS IN FEBRUARY. The Railway Commissioners are con tinuing the policy of providing fre quent cheap excursions at periods of the year deemed to be most suitable to Ihe convenience of farmers and country people generally. A compre hensive series of cheap excursion trains which will serve practically every , part of New South Wales has been approved and schedules prepared for the various districts between Feb ar.v U and 10. The arangeinents for this district are given in our business columns, and the railway authorities invite tlie attention of all who intend to take advantage of these trains. Ex perience has shown that knowledge of the special arrangements made for these excursion trains reduces incon venience to travellers to a minimum. The usual liberal conditions will apply. Travel will be available by these trains at the rate of single fare for double journey, and the tickets will be avail able for at least a month and up to six weeks where the distances trav elled are ov...
"SMITHY" RINGS THE ANVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 February 1925
'SMITHY' RINGS THE ANVIL 'If this be a free country (as people say), and 1 live in it, then may I speak freely.' — Smithy. It was no fault of the girl's. MiM ltullie Reynolds, who lives on Grenfell Road, Young way, was walking along the road, when a passing motor cyclist, forced her off on to the side among some thistles, where she trod on a snake, which savagely bit lier foot. Sue recovered, as they generally do iu these enlightened days, but neverthe less, there is something wrong about the whole occurrence. Of course, we all know that men — even motor cy clists — like to gel as close as they can to the ladies; but to force a lady am ong thistles, snakes or no snakes, is over tin? odds. Did the cyclist own I lie road? We know they sometimes think they do. Read the article in tills issue re road liogs. One1 never knows, does one; one is never quite sure, is one? A man 'Down Wagga Way,' reckoned upon losing heavily when Ihe 'Storm King' knocked his wheat crop flat. But he got a Ford...