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TUMUT RAILWAY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

TUMUT RAILWAY LEAGUE A .special meeting of the Tumut— Canberra Railway League was held at Deery's Royal Hotel on Wednes day night last, Cr. 0. L. Heiiihy in the chair. The object of the meeting was to make arrangements for the Visit' nf ATi* n-»n »i f Ailnn -,.n..., i ? .. _ ----..1. v». *'*.-., viinnv i\.iit;ii. viviuiiLi y 113— presentative of the 'Sydney Morning Herald,' and to pilot him across the country that the proposed railway from Tumut to Canberra would tra verse. Mr. W. A. W. de Beuzeville said if Mr. Allen came along at a time suit able to him he would accompany him en the trip through Micalong and Weejasper. He would show him the class of country admirably adapted for ' settlement and primary produc tion, and the vast timber resources. There was £2,000,000 Worth of timber within 15 miles of the proposed route. II Mr. Allen's visit could be arranged for the first week in January he (Mr: de Beuzeville) could combine the trip with his official duties as Chief Dis trict For...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Butcher's Small Goods ut MALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Sundiic Shop, Tumut. Printed and Published by A.. Willde Watson, Sole Proprietor, at his printing oflice, Wynyard-street, Tumut, la the State of New South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Free Packet Sweet Peas. The well-known Sweet Pea prizo wiunev, Mv. J. W. Barker, o£ Queens land, has spared us a small quantity of his 'Big Ben' seed. This is the largest bloom yet raised. COLOR: Rich purplish mauve stan dard, white base, blue wings; long stems and does not reflex. There is not sufficient seed to war rant it going into our Catalogue, as tco many customers would be sanding for it after it was sold out; hence we propose to give it away free. Our offer is: Send us an order for 5 different packets of Sweet Peas for 2/G, and we will give you a 1/- packet of 'Big Ben' free. P. L. C. SHEPHERD &. SON, LTD., The 99-year-old Firm, 734 George. Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

wiih. ? ? . . i heiioiiieiial BargaiES. 'WoncernirValttes . . . FK^^^ ? ? ' ? - are back again, in We Lead Others Follow. These Values Caiiiiot be Beat Watch Our Smoke. Don't Read These Prices if You Don't Want Bargains. Bargains for the Ladies. Not Forgetting the He's 30' PURE HEAVYWEIGHT FUJI SILK, ? 2/6 yd. 30' ENGLISH CREPE^ .... 7£d yd.' WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE, 9d pair. SILK ANKLE HOSE White only, ? .. .. 1/3 pair. - PURE .WOOL FLANNEL, 1/10 yd. ;FULL SIZE DARK TOWELS, 1/, ? .. .. 1/3, 1/6, 1/11. COATES' COTTON, 400yd. reels, ? ; . . 4Jd reel. ENGLISH ZEPHYR (fast dye), 7id ? . . and 1/- yd. 54' ITALIAN CLOTH, .... 1/11 yd. 54' . TABLE DAMASK, 1/11 yd. PURE LINEN OSNABERG, 1/, 1/3, ? ? 1/6 yd. PALMOLIVE SOAP .. . . 5^d cake. JOHNTSONE'S BABY POWDER, ? .. 1/3' tin. LADIES' COTTON VESTS (U.S.A.) ? . . t/. each. SILK HOSE, All shades, 2/11, 3/6, ? 4/11 pr. WONDER VALUE IN FASHION FROCKS AND MILLINERY, NOT TWO ALIK£. 100 ART.SILK DRESS LENGTHS TO CHOOSE FROM (not_two ., alike) I...

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The Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

The Garden. Gardeners must now get to work in real earnest preparing the soil for Winter-flowering sweet peas and ether cold weather subjects. Notice was given a little while ago that seed boxes should he got ready, and how1 to keep them free from the depreda tions of Klmrs nnrl nflipv vnrmin wmc: also explained. Furthermore, it was pointed out that weed seeds in the sc:l could he started, and these rob bers pulled out, so that they would! he get out of the way befo.e the gooc') seeds were sewn. Now we come to the actual sowing o£ the favored lines which care makes it possible for us to grow without fear of losing them by frosts .and severe climatic conditions. Here are some of the varieties from which a choice may he made — any of them will flower during win ter or early part of spring when flowers are scarce, provided seeds are sown early enough to enable the plants to get well under .way while the soil is still warm: — Iceland Poppy, Stocks, AVallflower, Snapdragon, Lupin, Pansy,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

* W^ ' ,, * * * ' ^^^^^^^^^^^ ] ^ i^^O ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF GREEN VEGETABLES ^^gjr ^ | STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM Q 9 ' . O 6 MRS HILL1ARD 1 9 IN PREMISES RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY ELPHICKS. J, i 0—0—0— 0—0— 0— O— 0-.0— 0—0 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0—0— 0—0 p o— o—o— o—o— o—o— o—«— o—o o— o— o-o— o— o— o— o--o— o— o |- .'4 (O'BRIEN'S HALL) f- -f Tlie future Sou^e £ ?-:??} ~~ — : — ~~ i A - ? ' £ Q. STAR NO 1.— C f 'Peel-street Mystery' ? I 'PELL STREET MYSTERY.' 'PELL STREET MYSTERY.' f T A mystery drama, featuring GEORGE LARKIN. © P STAR NO 2.— e \ ' Southern Loyc5 j « 4' 'SOUTHERN LOVE.' 'SOUTHERN LOVE.' | I r A Spanish love story, featuring BETTY BLYTHE. - T This is the picture that had the 10,000 audience at the Albert Hall, j ? London. I 0 'ALSO— 'TELEPHONE GIRL'— Part 4. - I ALSO: CHARLIE CHAPLIN in 'THE VAGABOND.' c ? Cominn after 'RECOMPENSE,' On Tuesday, December 22, j © *' ' 'AROUND THE BOREE LOG.' 'j °\ T. -Laird, i © Proprietor O'Brien's Hall, Tumut. d o—o—o— o-o— o—o— o—o— o—o o—o—o— o—o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

01! That liiclay Morning Feeling! As a general rule everyone feels less energetic on Monday than any other day of the week. This is very aptly termed ' Mondayitis.' In stead of the week-end rest bracing up people, it has the opposite effeot. The prin cipal reasons for this are an interruption of the regular habits of living and over indulgence in food, causing the liver to become sluggish. In such instances a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills, taken before retiring on Sunday night, will prove most beneficial. If you have never done so, try this sug gestion ; then note how dif ferent you feel on Monday. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE GOULBURN, N.S.W, Registered under the Bursary Endowment Act. Extensive Modern lmildings and' Equipment. Healthy Climate, Altitude 2000ft. Electric Light, Sewerage, Hot* Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds. Professional, Commercial and Do mestic Science Courses. New Term commences Dtli Febru ary, 1926. Prospectus from the Principal, W. RAMSAY McNICOLL. B...

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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1925. ANGLICAN. Advent IV. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1925. ANGLICAN. Advent IV. S a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. (Children's Service and Distribution of Prizes),' 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). . : Gilmore. — 9.30 a.m., Rector. i Brungle. — 3 p.m., Rector. . Blowering, — 3 p.m., Mr. Martin. ; Bombowlee Creek. — 7.30 p.m., Rec tor. ?-' : Bowler's Flat, Friday, 18. — 8 p.m. Yellowin, Tuesday 22. — 8 p.m. REV. T. A.. GAIR, Th.L., Rector Sunday, December 20. — St. Pauls, Adelong,: 9 a.m. (Sung Eucharist), 7.30 p.m. ' (Evensong), Tumblong. — 11 a.m. (Holy ? Communion) ; Shepards town. — 8 p.m. (Evensong). Christmas ? Day. — St. Paul's, Ade long, 6.30 a.m. (Holy Communion),' 9 a.m. (Sung Eucharist); St. ; Luke's, Shepardstown,-7.30 ^.m. (Holy- Com munion) ; St. i James', Tumhlong, 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). December 27.— St. Paul's, Adelong, 9 a.m. (Sung Eucharist), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong); Wondalga, 11 a.m. (Holy Communion) ; Batlow, 3 p.m. (Even song). REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

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BLOWERING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

BLOWJSKING. ' 'A \ui\ suixubsful picnic uasj held ut the Blow oi hit; East School on Wed nesday Oth Decembei, .ibout SO bum,; present. HefK'shinotits! wote in thoi capable hand-, of Ml ^ JI Naughton mid the ladies ot the Patents and Cit izens' Association A length \ nio Uriunine of spoits, was -auied thiounii l-y Messis J Johnson (hundiuippei), A. Johnson (bliutoi), and 1\ Oddy and J\ Webb (judges) ?\Viihioi-n of the adults' e\ents weie. ~-K\-puplK (guls), Miss M IlmgiiM \es; ev-pupils (gents,), G. Naughton; allcomei-- (ladies), 11. 4Iuigiea\os; allconuns (gents),'' ,F. .BourKe, step ping distance (Tudies),, * K. Bomke; stepping (Usance (gents), G. ,Naugh-' ton; nail-driving, Mis' 'JCulenmii, miu ried ImlicV mice, Mi-i -lliu«ic-iue&; old bufleis' race, C Potts- throwing ball .in bucket. K. Hi idle. The 'chil- dren's e\untb lesulted :— -Guls o\ei Hi, M. Nanghton: girls 10 to 18, M Odd} , girlb 8 to 10, B Iliilloinn; girls undei 8//.J. 'llulloi.in; boj't, over 12, L. Oddj ; li...

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Presbyterian Sunday School. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Presbyterian Sunday School. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. On Sunday morning last, duwng tho, morning seivice, Rev A Crowther Smith ,addiessed the scholnis and av/aided tho prizes gamed duung the past year. The Sunday School has made good progiess in every way, , which is very giatifying to teachcrr, patents schclais and Church Session All the children in the Kindergarten ' ' class weie given -i book or large wall card ' The pnzes weie awaided loi picgies-s dining the year and attend ance The following cluldicu locei ved books — 1st Class Girls Dulcie - Coopec-l,^_Jean Smart^ 2,*f Venie --^-« Biumby 3 1st Class Boys 'Henry ?r'.^-~ ? Hibbens 1, Tievor Regent 2, Noinian, *' Learmont 3 2nd Class Gnh My rena Regent ,1 Anetta Teasdale, 2, Nel lie Biumby 3 3ul Class Boys: Alan Dowhug 1 Jack Smait 2 Aithur Fleming 3, Tom-Dodd (Special) 4th N Class Girls: Nellie Agnew 1, Madge Piper 2 4th Class Bojs Stan Hib bons- 1,. Ian McDonald 2.

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Dastardly Acts. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Dastardly ' Acts. Some hairbrained hoodlums have broken glass bottles and thrown the ' pieces into the water-holes on the Tu mut River, where a majority of tho bathers gO- in for their daily swim Mi: Neville Beegling took a header into one of the pools the: other even ing and, diving deep, his chest caught a pi-ejecting jagged piece of one of these broken bottles, with the re- ? suit that an incised wound was- made which is very gratifying to teachers,, to close it up. A lad, since then,' has had his foot cut badly in the same . '' hole and two other girls and boys have had nasty gashes put in their feet in the Racecourse water-hole. No ordinary punishment can meet the ac tions of tho perpetrators of such das tardly deeds. The public must be protected against them. We believe there is a clue to tho wrongdoers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

I 72-82 Pyrmoftt Bridge load, Camperdown BAUOYV, *S.\V. (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW f-ANAGEMENT) NE-WLY ALTERED AND RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. ' CIVILITY AND PROMPT ATTENTI6N. ' ' CUISINE PAR EXCELLENCE. VISITORS AND TOURISTS WIL L FIND THIS WELL-APPOINTED COUNTRY HOTEL A HOME AWAY FROM HOME. JVMM WB S VENSON- * PROPRIETOR. JPitzroy Street, Tiimut, Bert Eggleton. Has removed business to Fitzroy -street, Tumut, in the Spai mi Motor Garage Building, next to the ADVOCATE office. All descriptions of FUR8, HIDES AND SKINS PURCHASED. HIGHEST MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL TOO LARGE. rTTTTT. ? - 1 ? 1 ? n ? ? . . . 1 i. 1 ? i ' ! la what pe- pie j j \]\r^^^ S Suppose It to be. I rrfplA\(( \\^W* 1 One's CIi oracter J ' ' ^^J|!Lj^-*1'' ' j| ,' is what people have f i-i ?? ? T3p- fVS-^ p — ' J Proved tt to be. i3**SSSg$:--- 8 : I Hearne's Jl^&®^[| I Cure &^ ) m^%Mk ! Enjoys both an Excellent- JpUlf' ^y&mWlfr w j Reputation and an sjpjl^. .rJ)'J£jSfflWt j Irreproaohable Character. ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

We invite you to test us out on the lines we are presenting || 8 here... We are making some very special offerings In MIL. |j i LINERY, HOSIERY, UNDER WEAR, CHILDREN'S WEAR, | i SHADES, HANDBAGS, and many other lines suitable for || f XMAS. H I SILK AND ART-SILK HOSE. 1 §' BOND'S SYLK.ARTO in all the wanted Shades, 6/11. v. 1 1 AUSTRALIAN BANNER HOSE, 5/11 '1 1 PRESTAGE HOSE, 6/11. i 8 NEW CHUBBY SUNSHADES. 1 Dozens of new SUNSHADES to.-.choose from, priced \ H 15/6 to 27/6. I RELIABLE GLOVES AT SPECIAL PRICES. 1 - Just the Gloves you will nead to give the finishing H ' touch to your smartest outfit n - THE NEWEST IN HANDBAGS. B-. Quite the newest and most novel suggestions in LA. H DIES' HANDBAGS— a pleasure to carry, and most i -, moderately priced || A WONDERFUL VARIETY OF HANDKERCHIEFS. E In plain White, Colored, Embroidered and Lace.edged §8 varieties. We have them in endless range. ' H For QUALITY, PRICE, STYLE, DISTINCTION, for 'SOME- I ? THING DIFFERENT,' the verdict remains...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

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M.U.I.O.O.F. LOYAL TUMUT LODGE. PRESENTATION TO FINANCIAL SECRETARY P.G. BRO. S. H NICHOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

M.UJ.O.OJF. ; ? oOOOo- ? LOYAL TUMUT LODGE. PRESENTATION TO FINANCIAL SECRETARY P.G. BRO. S. H NICHOLLS. At the conclusion of husiness of the lodge at last quarterly meeting on Monday night, a very pleasing func tion took place. The attendance was very fair, considering the short notice The N.G. of the Lodge (Bro. 0. G. Watson) occupied the chair. Refre shments were partaken of, after which a short tonst list was gone through. The Chairman proposed thu toast of 'The King,' which was loyally hon oured. The next toast was iu tho capable hands of F.S., P.G. Bro. S. H. Nich olls, that of the 'M.U., coupled with Cootamuudra District.' Bro. Nich 611s spoke of the'M.U. as a wonderful and huge society, being the premier friendly society in Australia, and also rich; financially. The membership in N.S.W. atone was over 72,000. No young person should be out of the ranks of some friendly society. The lodge was an acquisition to man or woman who joined it. Much could be said about such a great s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

\ry/' v'^ .??.?....';--???. - ; ; \T ' : -c -; ,' -;' ...,:?'' ( ; ?--: - ; - In Blue or Brown : ' ' '? ' ;*;; ,,,-.-.. '/.? ? Duco Finish and Fitted ' .''.;?? with Black Leather ' ' ' ? _ ? L__- ? 'y1 . Four Cylinder with Lanchesler Balancer v ' ;?.....,.., ' r' JLI16 1W0 JQ-Igg©Sli ijBiT ¥2111168 4-'. '::*'/i .?''?-'' ? ( ? * - LOCAL DBALEB ? ': ;: ?':'. ?.' PUBLIC NOTICE LAND, MINING, PENSION and OTHER FORMS FILLED IN CORRECTLY. LETTERS (private and commercial) WRITTEN. TYPEWRITING DONE. ACCOUNTS MADE OUT and GENERAL COMMERCIAL COR. RESPONDENCE UNDERTAKEN. DEBTS COLLECTED. Strictly Private and Confidential. N. S. Gallatti Office : Next Crossley's, WYNYARD.STREET, TUMUT. NOTICE. Anyone found SHOOTING or TRAPPING WITHOUT AUTHOR ITY, or in any way TRESPASSING on RED HILL STATION will bo PROSECUTED without respect to persons. J. H. KING, Manager. Red Hill, Tumut, 1st July, 1925. d 'Be it ever so humble, a g There's no place like home.' % I ?? HOME!- I $ Home is not always the place o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

,\ ist ilnnk If %Sll XMAS ' and ALL THE YEAR ROUND is Merman's Sparkling Cyder COME TO HOWITT'S AND TASTE IT FREE. If You Like It, Buy a Bottle for 2/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Trout Fishing.— Rods, Reels, Casts, Flics, etc.— H. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. For your Xmas Cards, Auto Station, ery, etc., there is one place — W. W. BURKINSHAW'S, Adelong. Cards from 1d to 5/6. A choice assortment. The engagement is announced of Miss Florence Collins, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins, of Exeter, to Mr. Tom Burt, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Chus Burt, of Tumut. i

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VISIT OF BETTY BLYTHE TO TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

VISIT OF BETTY BLYTIIE TO TUMUT To-morrow Night, Betty Blythe, the world's beauty, will be .seen in the picture which attracted 10,000 peo ple for one performance, namely ?'.Southern Love,,. This will be screened nt Lnird's People's ' Pictures (O'Brien's Hall). It is tempestuous romance of Spanish lo\e and hate that will faci nate and. enthrall. The world's most beautiful woman in her greatest role since 'Slieba,' and is a picture that outrivals tiny thing for richness and magnificence.

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METHODIST. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

METHODIST. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES. December .'IS. — Peel's Creek, 7.30 p.m. 1 December 20.— Batlow 11 .a.m., Tu mut 3 p.m., Adelong 7.30 p.m. December 22. — Grahainstown .7.30, p.m. December 25. — Adelong 7.30 ; p.m. Preacher at all services December 27.— Gundagai 11 a.m., Tumut 3 pan., Adelong 7.30 p.m. December 31. — Adelong from 11 p.m., 'Watch -night. Service.' REW MORICE J. BLOK.

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