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THE TUMUT [?]YORALTY. ALD. JAMES ELPHICK RE-CHOSEN WITHOUT OPPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

THE TUMUT MAYORALTY. ALD. JAMES ELPHICK RE-CHOSEN   WITHOUT OPPOSITION As indicated in Tuesday's Issue of the TIMES, Ald. Jas. Elphick was re-   elected Mayor of Tumut at a special meeting of the Municipal Council held at the Chambers on Tuesday night. Ald. J. Elphick (chair), S. G. Pearce, L. D. Maitland, J. J. Learmont, Jas. Gordon,- T. N. Learmont, G. H. Liv- ingstone, C. Burt, R. Masters and the Town Clerk (Mr. N. C. Adams) were in attendance. The Mayoral allowance for the en- suing year was fixed at £20, on mo- tion of Ald. Pearce and Livingstone. Ald. Maitland nominated Ald. El- phick as Mayor; supported by Ald. T. N. Learmont. The Town Clerk declared Ald. El- phick elected, there being no other nominations. Aid, Maitland referred to the' long, faithful and useful ser- vices rendered to the Municipality by Ald. Elphick, who had been thorough in all his dealings on behalf of the Council. He was the right man in the right place, and he saw no one sittin...

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

RETURN THANKS. MR W. BUTUOR and FAMILY wish In thank their NUMEROUS FIUKNDS for the many killtl expressions of sympathy in their rt't-ent siid beroavement, anil especi ally thank Dva Browne and Ulouston (Tumut) and Dr. Gallagher (Ade Ioiik), li«v- A- Crowther Smith and Mrs A. W. and Miss Davis, Gimiore. M'rs W. J. Fra-ser (Tumut) nnd Mrs ,T. 0. II. Xickoll (Killimioat) were the judges at the School Children's Eisteddfor at Gundagai last week.

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Tumut District School Concert [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

Tumut District School Concert O'Hrien's Hall whs packed to the doors on Friday evening. 11th inst., with parents mid cili/.ons of Tunnit awl district^ to witness the School Concert. All departments wore rep resented — Infants, Primary, and Sec ondary— and the manner in which the children carried out their several parts reflected the greatest credit on theniHi'lves-, 'the teachers and the school. The concert opened at S p.m. with ii 'Nursery Rhyme Playlet,' in which about forty infants ? (pupils of Misy ltwid and liiss Cochrane) ' took part. ' The heroes and 'heroinesvaTonr nursery-jingle days suddenly 'came to life, dressed in all their wonderful story-book dresses, and, with allur ing ,smiles .inrt- waving hands,, invited the audience to— 'Come away, oh coi:;o away To the land of nursery folk so gay.' .Areal herald (Guy Bruce), with his cocked hat and long trumpet, then -called the actors severally. 'Old King Cole' (Bede Dowling) sat on -his throne, clad . in purple and gold, 'with...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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WEDDING. JONES—MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 18 December 1925

WEDDING. JONES— MITCHELL. A very pretty wedding took place, at. All Saints' Church, Tumut, on Wed nesday, December 9, when Miss Ada Mary Mitchell, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, of Weejas per, arid Albert Laurcnca Jones, se cchd son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones, 'Weerona,' Adjungbilly, were united in holy 'wedlock. Rev. T. A. Gan performed the ceremony and the Wedding March was played. The bride was gowned in white sa tin, with hand-made lace, and wore a wreath of oranga blossoms and veil of Brussels lace, carrying a boquet of white arum lilies, white bells and asparagus fern. The matron of hon or was Mrs. J. Carroll, wearing pale blue silk, trimmed with hand-made lace, and holding a boquet of pink and white Canterbury bells, roses and asparagus fern. Mr, Joseph Jones was best man. The bridal party and guests were entertained at HawkenS' Refreshment Rooms by the groom s mother who wore a dress of silver grey figured marocain, with hat to match. Many handsome and val...

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

Local and General. You csn get a bottle of 5.year-©ld PORT WINE at HOWITT'S'for 3/. * * ? * The four-year-old son of Mr. John Bowditch, of Coman's Farm, Barmed- man, met his death by being drowned   in a sheep dip. ? ? ? ? Adflong Gold Tstntosaepoits a jield oL 1(i2--/,. foi the week ended iDcccmbei s annp.ued ?with 140o/. fortthe pre \iotis -week. ? * r» i« Sunny Coinei estate, one of the fust settlements on Upper Mhiiiij, has lieen sold to Mi. M'Failime, aftei' bem.j in possession. of the Hore family for 90 years. ? In the early days of settle ment it was made a Crown grant to John Hore. * * * *     The engagement is announced of Mr Roy Woods, postal assistant at Gun- dagai post office, son of Mr. and Mrs G. Woods, of Carcoar, and Miss Millie Leseberg, youngest daughter of Mr & Mrs Leseberg, of Gundagai. Motor Cars, Toys, Picture Books, Stationery, Mouth Organs, Accor. deons, Concertinas, Confectionery, Fruit, and last, but not least,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Town and Country. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Town and Country. Don't forgst to order your XMAS WINES from W. T. HOWITT'S. 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. Master Clyde Garner, son ot Mr. and : Mrs. Rupert ? Garner, ot Tumut, was : admitted . to hospital oil Monday, in a serious condition with laryngeal dijjJjiiieria, but . is now progressing very --favorably.. There are ..four other piitieats ill the - hospital , for j XmnH. ' * * * « For your Xmas Cards, Auto Station ery, etc., there Is one place — W, W. BURKINSHAW'S, Adelong. Cards irprn 1d to 5/6. A choice assortment. » » » » --.v To and all of our Numerous Readers we extend SEASON'S GREETINGS for A MERRY XMAS and a HAPRY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

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Waliets and Wishes CHEQUES AND ICE-CREAMS. A "BRAW NIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Wallets and Wishes CHEQUES AND ICE.CREAMS. A 'BRAW NICHT.' Some big surprises were sprung at the Gundagai Presbyterian Church last Friday night. It was the first meeting of the kind held for many years in connection with Gundagai Church. In spite of the uncomfor tably hot night the seating accom modation of the church was over taxed, and more seats were ob tained. After the meeting in the church, Turner's Hall suffered a similar fate. The occasion was the presentation of Xmas gifts, and the interchange of good wishes and greetings. A suitable programme was gone through in the church, including solos, duets, choruses and recitations by the children, the presentation of an unexpected cheque of over £2S to Rev. and Mrs. Crowther Smith, about fifty presents to the Sunday school children and a beautiful and very useful wallet (most unexpectedly) to Me. Brigden, the superintendent of the . school. Talk about thrills! It was an evening of thrills. Neither Mr. or Mrs. Smith nor Mr. Bridgen ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

METHODIST. . December;. 25.— Adelong 7.30 - p.m.. j December 27. — Gundagai 11 n.m.,, Tumut 3 p.m., Adelonfe 7.30 p.m. . December 31. — Adelong from 11 p.m., 'Watch-night Service.' REV. MORICE J. BLOK. : ~'Z & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' ^THLmSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1925. True to our principles.

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BRUNGLE. PUBLIC SCHOOL BREAKING-UP. PRESENTATION TO THE TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

BRUNGLE. PUBLIC SCHOOL BREAKING. UP. PRESENTATION TO THE TEACHER. Oil Thursday of last week the Xmas vacation of the; local school started but before the children entered upon holidays opportunity was taken jto present the successful scholars with the prizes won at the examinations hold at the end of last month. Owing ?to the epidemic of chicken-pox that has been going through the district the cantata which the children had been working on had to be abandoned until, some future date, but Mr. Val -lance, -.having invited the parents to be present, a short impromptu pro gramme of concerted and individual items was put through, and much ap preciated by those present. This part of the programme having been disposed of, Mr. Vallauce presented the prizes to the following successful candidates: — Dux of school, Tlielma Hartsliorne; 7tli class, Alice McKen zie, Doris Austin; -6a class, Lionel Hclt, Nellie Frost; 6b class, Les Frost, Ena McAlister; 5th class, Jean McGruer, Billie Beach; 4th ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. XMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

PRESBYTERIAN. XMAS'DAY. ' , ' special service- wins iDe neiU! in.. tne Presbyterian Church on Xmas Day .at- 8 :p.m. i (Subject, VFollowing 1 the Star.') Solos by:' members . ot: the ? Choir. ? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1925 .Tumut. — 7.30 p.m. . (Divine Wor ship ).- , Batlow. — 11 a.m. Adelong. — 3 p.m. Special ;? Xmas Day . Service at : . Tu- niut .at 8 o'clock. . :.r REV.. A. , CROWTHER SMITH.

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WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

WOOL The Secretary, Farmers and Graz iers Co-op. Co., writes: — The catalogues submitted by us at auction last week included a number of attractive wools, some of them of superfine quality, but a big propor tion of the offering comprised ordi nary descriptions and there were many wools carrying burr and dust. The offerings included the well-known 'Harben Vale' clip from Blanford, which realised top price in the cata logue, viz. 34d. We also offered the . '£ in diamond/Gobarralong' wool from Guadagai district, which is a clip with an established reputation amongst the buyers. This reaUsed 29ijd. The French section was the main .stay of the market, but splendid as t: c- v, ,1 „ hv nlliir (l«n vtinental operators, notably Germany. The -Japanese buyers were also act ive, more parti cularly- on burry wool, but the Yorkshire section is very quiet and very little assistance has so 'far been' forthcoming from Amer ican buyers. .At the moment the market 'is - lower undoubtedly, due to the un...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. ANGLICAN. December 27.— 11 a.m. (Mattins), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). — Special C.E.M.S. ? . Rally; Final, 1925 Service. — Rector. Tomorrcma;— 11 . a.m. - (H.C.)r !2;30 p.m. (Evensong). Lacmalac. — 3 p.m. Gocup. — Tuesday, 29tli, 8 p.m. : Brungle. — Wednesday, 30th, 8 p.m. ' January 3, '1926. All Saints', -Tul mut.— r S. a.m., (Eucharist, '.Rector), 7.30^ p.m. (Evensong, Rector); , Gilmore. — 3 p.m. Gocup. — 3 p.m. ? REV. T. A. GAIR^Th.L. Christmas Day.— St.j'Paul's^Adelong, 6.30 ?? a.m. , (Holy ;Commimion)/:9tya:m. (Sung Eucharist) ; St. Luke's, Shep ardstown, 7.30 : a.m. (Holy ' Commun--' ion) ; St. James', Tumblong,. 7:30 p.m.' (Evensong). December 27. — St. ? Paul's,' Adelong, 9 ? aim. , (Sung ;.Euchar ist ) , 7.30 . ; p.m. (Evensong). ;-.Wondaiga,;ll: a.m.: (Holy.' Communion) ; \Batlow, !3 rpjm. (Even- . song). REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

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STATE BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

STATE BATTERY. A public meeting was held in the Adelong Oddfellows' Hall on -Thurs; day evening, December 17, for- the purpose of taking steps to have a State battery erected in ,this locality. Mr. A. E. Wilkinson was in ?.the; chair . . .li, ? moo oa Innlmlillir ana tiae auenuuuuc . ? . «? a number of local miners and pros pectors. The following resolutions were duly carried :-7-'That the secre tary write.'to the Minister for Mines, enquiring re terms for the erection of a State battery'; 'that the. secretary write to Mr. Harper, Chief Govern ment Geologist, asking his opinion on the prospects of Adelong as a future goldfield' ; that this meeting adjourns until above required informations have come to hand,''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

?. wilt Fneiiomenal Bargains. W ©uderful ¥a!nes sSa THE KEEN PRICE EDTTEKS of ike SOOTH ? are iack again, m ?T :ii© Gonm mcbp©! ail Sample . -a IS(DC®DDlSg Wy my arci-si Tumut We Lead Others Follow. These Values Caimot 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, 1/10yd.' FULL SIZE DARK TOWELS; 1/, .. .. .. 1/3, 1/6, 1/11. . -COATES'. COTTON, 400yd. - reels, ? ? ? 4Jd reel. ENGLISH ZEPHYR (fast dye), 7£d , ?. 5 ...... .. ....... 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 .... 5Jd cake. JOHNTSONE'S BABY POWDER, , ? 1/3 tin. LADIES' COTTON VESTS (U.S.A.) ? ^ ? ? ? 1/. each. SILK HOSE, All shades, 2/11,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

f^^ning a small outlay6 S into a big profit \ THAT'S THE WAY WITH THE j % THE BEST AND \ -ZJs LOWEST PRICED j SEPARATOR Tjgj at Easy terms if desired 3 g-^VV THE BALTIC | | | Separator Co. Ltd., ; a [CREAM f 198 DAY STREET. | -.?' .j SYDNEY \ Failures; -are Impossible WHEN YOU USE 'l FOUNTAIN BAKING POWDER THE REASON IS NOT FAR TO SEEK, AS ONLY THE FINEST ?? .' ; INGREDIENTS ARE USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ' . .. THIS BAKING POWDER. ? ? oOo ? ? .-? , v. ?? r- ?? IS THERE ANY WONDER THAT THE HOUSEWIVES OF AU- - - . : ' TRALIA ARE BUYING MORE EVERY YEAR AND REC'OG- . ' - NISING THIS BRAND AS THE STANDARD ABOVE ALt, OTH ? ? ERS? ^.. ?' ?? ' 1 ' ? . YOU WILL FIND BY EXHAUSTIVE TESTS THAT . ° J? - r oimtasn IS THE MOST SATISFACTORY BAKING POWDER TO BUY. ? I ? - ? .i-O-; ' ' / ..V-. 'V v -. - / SECURE A TIN TO. DAY AND WATCH '''l . ? . - FOR PARTICULARS OF NEW COMPETITION. ? ( , 1 'Tumut & Adelong Times AND Adelong & TsihihI Express Advertising Rales ? oOo ? CASUAL ADVERTIS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

The Best Braih FOR XMAS and ALL THE YEAR ROUND is Lindeman's Sparkling Cyder ! COME TO ! HOWITT'S AXI.I TASTE IT FREE. If \ou Like It, Buy a Bottle for 2/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

LADIES! | 3 We invite you to test us out on the lines we are presenting j c here... We are making some very special offerings in MIL. 5 LINERY, HOSIERY, UNDER WEAR, CHILDREN'S WEAR, I S SHADES, HANDBAGS, and many other lines suitable for I XMAS. I jf SILK AND ART-SILK HOSE. | BOND'S SYLK.ARTO in all the wanted Shades, 6/11. i AUSTRALIAN BANNER HOSE, 5/11 S PRESTAGE HOSE, 6/11. I ! NEW CHUBBY SUNSHADES. Dozens of new SUNSHADES to choose from, priced 15/6 to 27/6. ( j RELIABLE GLOVES AT SPECIAL PRICES. J Just the Gloves you v/ill need to give the finishing J ' touch to your smartest outfit ! THE NEWEST IN HANDBAGS. | j Quite the newest and most novel suggestions In LA- ? | s DIES' HANDBAGS — a pleasure to carry, and most j moderately priced f ? ! A WONDERFUL VARIETY OF HANDKERCHIEFS. S In plain White, Colored, Embroidered and Lace.edged j - varieties. We have them in endless range. 0 \ For QUALITY, PRICE, STYLE, DISTINCTION, for 'SOME. ^ I THING DIFFERENT,' the verdict remains BEST-BY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

£250 REWARD ? The above reward -will be paid for Information leading to the conviction ? of any persons found STEALING or RECEIVING, without authority, any SHEEP, CATTLE or HORSES, tho property of any member of- the Stock owners' Defence Association of Gun ' dagal and District. A further reward of £25 will be paid for information leading to a con r victlon of any persons found damag ing WIRE NETTING FENCES, or for , CARELESS USE OF FIRE In the vicinity of any member's land, and ? , £10 for leaving open RABBIT PROOF . GATES the property ot any membei of the above association. Also £25 for information leading to the con victlon of any person laying CYAN IDE within the GUNDAGAI P.P. DIS- ? TRICT, or on a property outside the . district owned by a member ot the ! association. i All claims In respect of the above reward must be made to the Secretary within 30 days of conviction, other wise same will not be entertained. JOHN ELLIOT, Chairman, I. D. MACDONALD, Secretary. 0 : TO ADVERTISERS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

? ? V : : : '? .. -????; ' ? - ? -. ? : ? ??? .?:.? . - ? . ?„?? - ??- ???- ':?'. ? ,? ' ???.?,-. ' \ . Two -'?'???' ?- ? v ? AstoiisMng ' ; ; - Redicti©is. . ? f .. , V 'J 1 ' '-'?-' 4 * \ .. ? The Famous ; ? 'OVERLAND MODEL 91 In Blue or Brown ' Duco Finish and Fitted ' -- ' . . « with Black Leather Hood ' % NOW £199. WrlSvs-Kmght Four Cylinder with Lanchester Balancer ? ?' The Two Biggest Oar Values in Australia To-day . \ LOCAL DEALER NORMAN J. PATTON, Tout . ' ; : 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 be PROSECUTED without respect to persons. J. H. KING, Manager. Red Hill, Tumut, - lBt July,...

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Fatal Explosion MAN KILLED, DAUGHTER INJURED. HOTEL TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Fatal Explosion MAN KILLED, DAUGHTER INJURED. HOTEL TRAGEDY. A tragic death - occurred .-at. iTem . ora on , Tuesday, -when .: Mr. „ Johann j I^etersi-J.propriotor of tlle Morangarell Hotel, died aii hour after, having been blown up by the. explosion., of :a- lem onade and aerated .water ; machine. Mr. Peters, assisted, by *his daugh tor. were using a mixer -.half-filled with water, and had ; turned on the carbonic acid gas, when an explosion followed, blowing Mr. .- Peters' arm off. A blow from broken parts of the machine caused concussion to himself and, his daughter. Parts ot the shattered machine went through the iron roof. The Go vernment medical officer was quickly oil the scene, but Mr. Peters died just as he arrived. Miss Peters, in a semi-conscious condition, is in Te mora Hospital.

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