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

PRESBYTERIAN. ' Tumut. — 10 a.m. (Sunday School), 7.30 p.m. (Divine Worsliip. ?'? Gundagai. — 11 a.m. ? Brungle. — 3 p.m. REV. A. CROWTHER SMITH.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Town and Country. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Town and Country. For good solid Meals, Afternoon Teas and Suppers go to MALLOS BKOS.' Marblo Bar Refreshment Rooms, Tumut. The Service at All Saints' on Sun day morning will be in the character of a Children's Service. The Girl Guides, Scouts and Heralds will par ade. The prizes won during the year will be distributed. Hearty invitation to all. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.— The Rev. T. A. Gair issues a hearty invi tation to singers of all denominations to join the choir of carol singers to sing in the main street of Tumut on Xmas Evo. As this is a distinctive feature of Tumut'H Xmas Eve, we hope that many new voices will come along. Practice at All Saonts' to night at S o'clock. E. J. O'SULLIVAN, the Russell-street stationer, has a nice novelty of Xmas Cards of all designs and prices. Call and look them over,

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

'A. & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.'. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1925. True to our principles.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

^ l #-&4 rf S-V^G1 Iltls ^t«*^£&%Mdnuu s'ic went through lici t als » ltli W i womanly fortitude O\li lnen n l ago the late Sir Herbert Maitland operated £or an internal growth and at that time gave the relatives of the patient little hope of life being prolonged for more than 12 months. However, for six years after she enjoyed excellent health, until 6 or 7 months ago a re currence ot the old malady set in, and she repaired to Sydney for specialist advice. Although she submitted cheer fully to the inevitable second opera tion, at the hands of Dr. Bullock, it was at once evident that hope of a success was impossible. The trouble was beyond relief, and she came home to eke out a gradually closing exis tence, . death relieving her from her sufferings on Friday last, the remains ' being interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Old Cemetery, Tumut, Rev. A. Crowther Smith officiating at the graveside and Mr. H. W. Baker carrying out the burial arrangements. The pall-be...

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

Adelong Jockey Club Registered A.J.C. Affiliated S.D.R.A. ANNUAL MEETING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 1st & 2nd JANUARY, 1926. G Races Each Day. £185 PRIZE MONEY £185 ALL ENTRIES CLOSE on MON DAY, DECEMBER 28, 1925, at 8 p.m. L. V. ROCHE, Secretary. 'Phone No. 33. Cool Drinks of all descriptions, drawn through ice in the latest Am erican Soda Fountain, obtainable at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Tu rn'' ?

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

Biscuits and Cakes, fresh and in variety at MALL0S' BROS.' Sundae Shop, Tumut. » * -? v Fancy Boxes of Chocolates for Xmas Presents at MALLOS BROS.' Sundae Shop, Tumut. u— -u— u— u— y— u — u— ? u— u — \j ' o — u— u— — u — u-— u— - v— u— v— v— — 4 ? ? ? i i °\ I ' *? 0 On every road I show my face ? 3 I ^ And poke my round nos'd bonnet, | | I always shall show off my pace O 9 To all and sundry on it. ^ o I 1 9 0 I I ° ° »T«B ^-^ « ' ° V* ° ° e ° °\ o 9 \Q 1 -fir o O (Reliability Test Official Figures) I o 6 | o o 6 THE OPPOSITION CAN'T BEAT US, SO THEY ABUSE US. DON'T O P FORGET, ABUSE IS NO ARGUMENT. o i ? TSole District Agents: . ? j Lavis & Airey, I X TUMUT I 7 'PHONE 40. , | u SAT U R DAT^V%j*V*A R Y, at %S^* Property situated at Wondalga, of 45.J acres of Freeiiold, situated 7 miles from Adelong, with frontage to Adelong Creek. Country is un. dulating to hilly, basalt formation, alluvial flats. Improvements com prise picturesque Bungalow of 6 rooms, motor garage, fruit s...

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

CAR TRIP TO SYDNEY. A BTJICK CAR will ue leaving TUMUT for SYDXE* on SATURDAY Room for 3 i-usswiw;rs. at 30/- each. Apply CADDY'S COMMERCIAL HO TEL, Tumut.

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

t o— 0— 0— 0— O— 0— 0— 0 — 0 — 0 ? 0—0 — 0 — 0— O— 0— 0— 0— 0 — 0 ? O I J¥ What you get' in an ^k \ \ g R.J.A. Lever \ ? | ji ' Craftsmanship equal to A^^^S It has fifteen jewels, M | O K what is popularly con- -jff , ^k Breguet Hairspring, fcs O | p sidered the special vir- j,1/ ;*$%--- W* and Cut Compensation lj | O i| tue of the most expen- A vJv&V j''J Balance. Can be had pi O | H sive watchesis what you -^j,-i ^i^Sw^ m Gold or Silver &HJ I 0 K& get in an R.J.A. Lever. ^y^S?' English Hunting cases, fa O 1 fa Gold- rilled 7 £-/ ,--v&£-W-- ,. silver 1CI M ' °, % from ? '^/?j^^S^A- -'°7 «sc 'ty' # O i 5A W / *w ? I ' TT Vswi' - i *- o Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut J- i ? I ? 0—0 — 0 — 0 — 0—0—0—0—0—0 i ? 0— 0— 0— O— 0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0—0 I 0 o—o—o — o — o— o— c — o—o—o — o—o — o—o—o—o — o — o — o — o— o ??????? ? ??? ? ~n-i?Tr'T3i'viQ ? 1 ? ? __, I O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) o ? Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). 9 I TUMUT, i ° REGINA...

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

Newspaper Law Subscribers and advertisers who ; do not give express notice to the con trary are considered as wishing to continue their advertisements or sub scriptions. If subscribers order discontinuance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office to which they are directed, they will be held responsible until they have settled their accounts. If subscribers move to another place, without informing publishers, and papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are respon sible. The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from any post office, or removing, or leaving them uncalled for,' is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advance for a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue it, otherwise the publisher is authorised...

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

TUMUT HOSPITAL. The monthly meeting of the com mittee o£ the Tumut Hospital took place at the Literary Institute on December 10, Messrs. R. M. Thomp son (President), J. Elphick, H. Wee den, W. Learmont, G. H. Livingstone, R. Blakeney, C. W. Beegling, the Se cretary (Mr. C. E. Jepsen) being pre sent. Health Dept. asked whether pro ceeds from Centenary celebrations included any sums raised by art un ions, raffles, etc.; also advised that balance of subsidy would be paid to committee's account. — Decided, on motion of Messrs. Weeden and Lear mont, to transfer £167/0/8 to Govt. Savings Bank Reserve Fund when the subsidy is received. This transfer will make the Reserve Fund (X-ray plant fund) £334/13/4, which should be sufficient for the committee to make a move in connection with the estbalishment of the X-ray plant in the hospital. Miss E. Allen, secretary Adelong hospital-effort, forwarded a cheque for £34/10/3, amount collected to wards hospital funds.— To be than ked for the fine do...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TELEGRAPHIC [?] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

[?] LONDON, Wedne^da^'N 3G0 emigrants embark by the Ben digo for Australia, and about the same number by the Largs Bay on Friday, completing the Migiation Depirt ments' programme for 1925. Approx imately, 24,000 migrants have left for Australia during the year under the new Empire settlement. Canada has arranged to carry migrants at £6 per head instead of £15 as previous, with children under 17 free. — Reuters Two Avro bombers, in charge of trainee pilots, collided at 700ft. in mid-air at Manston and crashed. Trainee Dunn was killed and the ether trainee, Priss, was severely in jured and is in a critical condition. * » * * MELBOURNE, Thursday. The police have ascertained that Henry Tack had been lodging within 80 yards of the home of the dead wo man where the shooting occurred. It is believed that his apprehension is only a matter of time, as he was des titute. The police searched a room in the house wherein they found a box of revolver cartridges corresponding with those which kill...

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

KDNAMA The Kunania School Picnic was held on Saturday last, December 12, and was a huge success inevei'y way. Visitors were present from Yaven Creek, Peel's Creek, Batlow and all enjoyed themselves thoroughly, es pecially the children. All the sports speaks well for the handicappers (Messrs. N. Storm and C. Temple), while the judges had a hard task to pick out the various winners. The catering arrangements were in the capable hands o£ the ladies of the Settlement (Mcsdames Annetts, Bow ler, Chapman, Dickson, Hunter, Hol mes, Kelsey, Rees, Smith and Tem ple.) The most exciting event of the clay was the chase after the rooster. The wild bird had evidently been well trained, and led the ladies a lively dance all round the ground, eventually taking to the bush, where he was fin ally run to earth. The teacher (Mr. Storm), who acted as secretary, de serves great credit for the manner in which he carried out his duties and for the quick way he got off the nu merous events. . The dance in t...

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

SOLICITOR, TUMUT ,.j VISITS ADELOIMG EVEHT TU28. DAY, except after the 1st Monday - In each month, when the riaiting day Is WEDNESDAY. GUNDAQAI and TUMBARUMBA \rhen required.

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

CHKISTMAS AND NEW 1'EAR GREETINGS. Wo desire to extend to our Sharehold ers and clients HEARTIEST CHRISTMAS GREET INGS, coupled with an expression of tlio earn est' hope that they may enjoy a . PROSPERIOUS NEW YEAR. . AN INVITATION. -All our Country Clients are cordi ally invited, ill visiting the Metropolis during the coming holidays, to utilise the facilities we /have specially .pro vided for their convenience at our headquartrs, Circular Quay, Sydney. FARMERS and GRAZIERS COOP ERATIVE CO. Delay is Dangerous. 'Wo all remember the pretty story of the little hero who saved his na tive villiage in Holland by stopping with i his hand, through the whole of a .'dark, tumultuous night, the gentle trickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dyke and Hooded the village. Similar danger threatens us here. Hundreds of backs arc aching, yet people are neglecting this warn ing, and it's so easy to check kidney disease ...

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

DILL! Wnlltnu o HAIBDRE88HiG SALOON, PHONOGRAPH J.HOP RUSSELL-ST TUMOT, I beg to announce to the public o£ TUMtJT and DISTRICT that I am SOLE AGENT lor the world-famous 'HOME RECREATION' non-scratch SALONOLAS and HOMOPHONE, COTTAGE BILLIARD TABLES, WIRELESS SETS. TlI have an excellent Phonograph for children, which costs £1, with six double-sided records given with it. The cheapest portable phonograph on the market to-day is stocked by mo. Get one for the Summer mon ths, and enjoy your picnics. Terms can be arranged on Home Recreations, Salonolas, Billiard Tab les, from 4/- weekly, with a small deposit. RECORDS I RECORDS I I RECORDS! ! I 400 DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS to choose from. Prices range from 2/9 each. Call in and hear them played over . . . MISS ADA I NEWMAH, MISS ETHEL ATKINSON, CR&FT-WOKKERS BRISTOL HOUSE, 147 ELIZABETH.ST., SYDNEY. Orders Executed Wedding Presents in China, Leather, Wood, Etc. Special Lessons for Country Visitors Adelong Motor Cap Repair Works. ; ? __...

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DEATH OF MR. D. KENNY ANOTHER OLD IDENTITY PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

DEATH OF MR. D. KENNY ANOTHER OLD IDENTITY PASSES. The death occurred at his homo at South , Guudugui on Thursday of lkist week, after' a, lingering illness, of Mr. Dennis ' Kenny, a well-known and highly respected identity 'of the dis trict, - aged 79 years. During the 'past fc^y months deceased had been in very poor health, everything possible being done for his relief, he having sought th'e services of a Sydney speci alist without any permanent result. ' The late Mr. Kenny -was born al Morpbth, and spent, his boyhood days in 'Adelong. lie married at Coota mundra, and ' settled in Gund'agai over 50 years ago. Shortly afterwards he established 'the South Gundagai brew ery', which he conducted ? successfully for many years; and he was also inter ested in cordial factories at Temora and JMurrumburrah. lie retired from ?the brewery ? business 1G years ago. He ? interested himself ? in mining on the Adelong and' Gundagai' fields, and in the boom days worked the Lady Mary mine at the fo...

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Farm Produce Agents' Bill (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Farm Produce Agents' Bill - — 0OOO0 ? (To itfic Editor) .Sir.— In connection with the Bill, which is before the House at the pre sent time, .intended to provide for the registration and rcgulution of farm produce agents and to prohibit certain practices mid to regulate in certain re spects the sale and disposal of farm producee, I am in receipt of a letter ii-om the Batlow Cool Stores Rural Co-operativei Society, Ltd., asking for 'my support towards having the Bill amended to meet certain speci fic arguments which they use against 'it.- -But; in connection with the cri ticism, which', they have levelled at certain sections of the Bill for not go ing far enough,, it appears that cer tain misapprehensions are current as to the provisions which are included in this Bill. I would be very pleased, in the interests of the people concerned (both agents and consigneees), if you would publish my reply to the secret ary of the Butlow Co-operative So ciety. — I am, etc., ? V. W. E. GOODIN. Par...

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

ill . ''fcjtfgf » ? ? ? ? ''' '''e^ti ? ~W I ? Support the industry of your own district 9 - ^ ? ? . Whether the buyer relies upon his owri first impression, the tribute of oWners, the reputation of Dodge Brdthers, or whether, going deeper, he compares and examines the Motor Car part by part, , the result is invariably the same. He recognises the car's fundamental worth at a glance. He hears the sort of testimony a tried product inspires. And on further examination he dis covers the sort of workmanship and materials which Dodge Brothers have ' . employed in building their own gdod name. ' ' ?'?? ; . Five Balloon Tyres. Standardised MoTOftS Limited ^ 252 CASTLE R BAG H STREET, SYDNEY * ;/ _ ? : ? ' ? ' ASSOCIATE DEALER A. B. HOGAN TUMUT CCCC'Y CIV CITDCDTnDTTVt Most cars to-day are perfectly reliable, amply power- ; ^, ful and capable of quite satisfactory performance fop '? the average owner-driver. ' !??,,. The Essex-Six is a refined car which not only 'fills ;. the bill'in the abo...

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

j^.1 ij-, Turning a small outlay jj |lt I into a big profit I ^^t-S^TTfef THAT'S THE WAY WITH THE j X^^^^^^B^ 1k- THE BEST AND { ?J^J ^^FW^-lk -^ LOWEST PRICED j i it ifair^ ^A separator i I f /P^IFSE^^^'^^S&^'^N rki'''nV Easy terms if desired j ** /AvV Sr^M o*^' -t^'f THE BALTIC j A 1^--«1 f ff^jf Separator Co. Ltd., j' ' (CREAM 198 DAY STREET. I ? . ' SYDNEY | KBJJfcjrl/frFtSihiH iywilniWV^''iJ»^1'*™ ' t., ^yti i — i ??—'Tt-'1-*' irwnr— -r*woinaiBi-i~--'--i -????? ? 'Tumui & Adelong Times AND , -Adelong & Tiimut Express Advertising Rales ? oOo ? CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 6/. PER INCH SINGLE COLUMN.' ' Standing Advertisements . 13 inches at 1/6 per inch ? £0 19 6 ? 26 inches at 1/4 per inch ? 1 14 8 .39 inches .at 1/2 per inch ? 2 8 9 52 inches at 1/2 per inch ? 3 0 S 65 inches at 1/- per inch ? .....'.. ? -3 5 0 78 inches at ild per inch ? '..:...::.:.'..'...'..'...-...' .3-11 ^6 91 inches at lOd par inch ? .'; .' ? .-. ?- 3 15 10 iO4 inches at 9d per inch ? -...

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

i-INDERMAN'S SPARKLING CI DER at HOWITT'S. 2/6 bottles. ? ? ? » The engagement- is announced of Mr Morvyn Minter, -of 'Bereena,' Tuiiiblong, and 'Miss Dorothy Wilkin son, daughter of Mr F. B.' Wilkinson, of 'Erwoola,' Hose Bay. a ? * ? Mothers, before making any pur. chases of Xmas Gifts for your little ones, inspect the fine stock, at bed rook prices, at W. W. BURKIN SHAW'S Adeiong. ? ? * ' JUNEB MAIL KOBBEUY.— Several of the two hundred £5 notes which disappeared in the Junee mail robbery at the end of October have been re covered, 'but without leading to the discovery of the thief. The notes were numbered consecutively from (J2,255, 201 to Q2,255,400,- inclusive. .??'..? ? * ? Protect your eyes from dust and glare of .the sun. Goggles and Smoked Glasses '-.for every .purpose. — H. D. saiARTr;WatciiniaIier and Jeweller, WynyartH#-tet; Tumut, v

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