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Tumut Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Tumut Municipal Council. The Mayor (Aid. Jus. Elpliick), Aid. S. G. l'earcc, L. D. Maitiaiul, J. J. I^earmont, C. W. Burt, T. N. Learmout, Jas. Gordon and G. H. Livingstone and the Town Clerk (Mr. X. C. Adams) were present at last Tuesday's first general meeting of the new Municipal Council. The Mayor stated that, since last meeting, he had instructed the meu to leave the work at. the intersection of Russell and Mcrrivale-sts., and had put them on carting gravel. He had since taken them off this work, and now had: them employed filling in the holes inutile - road on - the way to th« railway station. M. S. 'Downing., asked , that ?-.- the electric .--light-.:' service. -to his butcher's shop be.'. discoiitinued. until v 'further notice . — liequest acceded to. P. F.' Xoughlin, M.L. A.,- wrote re .Tumut.: hydro-electric scheme, stating that lie would .present the. petition for warded to the . Premier ; also from Ken .'Hon d a nd II ugh Ma in, M's .L. A., in connection with the same su...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTORING NEW YEAR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

MOTORING NEW YEAR PROSPECTS. . / At tlie close of every year of mo toring activity, there is naturally no little speculation, especially in trade circles, as to what are tlie hopes and possibilities of the next twelve mon ths. Whilst it is naturally impossible to make any general all-embracing statement which applies with equal truth to every State of the Common wealth, there is now no doubt that, in the aggregate, the year to close will be found to have been one of al most unprecedented activity in mot oring matters, whilst there is every prospcct of even greater efforts dur ing 1926. These statements are ut tered, not merely on statistical re turns received from tlie various States, all of which show, in greater or less degree, consistent increases in' the number of motoring vehicles registered each month, but also on the fact that there is now a more ge neral interest and concern in subjects appertaining both directly and indir ectly to motoring. In other words, the motor, which ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Delicious Ice Creams, served sty lishly at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Wynyard-street, Tumut. 0 1 ? .'O I ..... O On every road I show my face * - | i. | And poke my round nos'd bonnet, i. O I always shall show off my pace : j ^ To all and sundry ok it. | 0 1 o : I ' ? ,Tk0ie Huadred per cent} Bnksla M©ras from £25® -1 0 -?64* Miles per Gallon ! (Reliability Test .Official Figures) ^ 1 0 1 THE OPPOSITION CAN'T BEAT US, SO THE!' ABUSE US. DON'T ° 0 FORGET, ABUSE IS NO AHGVMKlNT; - ' J . i Sole District Agents: j . Lavis & Airey, ? { 9 TUMUT 9 'PI10N13 40. 1 1 i ^ A A A - Pi ? r- ? n ? n ? n— o — o — o — o — O — ? OPTICIANS, i 385 .George-street, Sydney, tfave visited this town rogularly for . 80 years. Watch thiB space, or write for. date of nest visit. consult .Qualified Opticians. . WANTED BOY as KITCHEN TJSEFUU Apply MRS. DAY, Yarrangobilly Caves.: ? WANTED AT ONCE. A cook'. for the TUMUT tJOS.PI TAL. App\y ?IMIH MATRON PIDNTAL MR W. E.lCENNELLY'S DENTAL ROOMS, - ? AY\^YA^D....

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

og^rOR XMAS-sfc! and all Seas©ffi§ \ Qaally ^^MS I \ \ * \ Obtainable at a Licensed j j Houses. | I GALDWLL'S WINES TLB, | I | | 72-82 Pyrmont ^r^»e Camperdown | B^tS&ww [Hj&i&B 7 ' .§ BAT! OW, N S.W. ??,' ' ? T (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) NEWiLY ALTERED AND RE NOVATED THROUGHOUT. V.' CIVILITY AND PR OMPT ATTENTION. CUISINE PAR EXCELLENCE. VISITORS AND TOURISTS WIL L FIND THIS WELL-APPOINTED COUNTRY HOTEL A HOME AWAY FROM HOME. v:; IVAN WB gWEMSQM PROPRIETOK. * JFitzroy Street, Tumut. Hides, Furs & Skin-buyer. Bert Eggleton HaB removed business to Fitsroy -street, Tumut, In the Spat rat Motor Garage Building, nsrt to the ADVOCATE office. All descriptions of FURS. HIDES AND SKINS PURCHASED. HIGHEST MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL' TOO LiARQE. ' 1 ' U ; ; j Roputati' „ .! ? la what p& pie I ^ | 8uppo« it to bo. IJ- J ! One's CI] oracter » ' ? r ^ . I j Is what people hava — fi' ' — Cir^ Rps'-V). Im j Proved! It to bo. ' j ^ | Heame's I - ! Br...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE GARDEN. SOW STOCKS FOR EARLY FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

THE GARDEN. SOW STOCKS FOR EARLY FLOWERS. Tho cultivation of stocks is o£ tbo: simplest— even school children are able to raise them ? successfully. It is when n tat of fusslii}; is done thilt failures start. Over-watering and ever-shading are two ^prolific sources of non-success. Let the seed boxes be only 4 inches deep, having some auger holes of at least i inch in diameter Ixtred in the bottom, to- leb the surplus water get' (juickly away. : ' At -least one inch of rubble, shell grit, broken flower , -pot, or any such, material must be placed in the bottom of the box to act as- drainage. On top of this, ; and before .putting, the i' soil in, spread some short strinv, rot i ten. manure, grass, or nny other medi um that will let water through' quickly, and at- the same time prevent soil from mixing -with 'the drainage materi al, for when this happens the drain age is made imperfect. Thee soil needs to be light and porus,.it should also be fine and devoid of hard lumps. Soils that '...

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

DO YOU HAVE FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES WHEN THEY ARE - ? SCARCE? ; Shepherds, the 99-year-old Firm make you the. same- offer as last year, viz;—.'. Order any five 6d packets seeds for 2/6 and we give you.an extra one. free, NOTE.— (1) Some of the five. packets ;if you wish, can :be' vegetables (except Beans nn#1 Pons \ r (2) We pay postage. i (-3) Mention rkind of packet, you want free. . ? r ? (4) Remember all packets have this i guarantee. — 'If seed fails 'return em i . pty packet and get another free.' - ? (5) We recommentl' to sow .now. — Mixed pansies, ?! -mixed sweet peas, mixed stocks, mixed- wallflowers, mixed poppies,^ -mixed -tomatoes, mixed cucumbers, mixed rock melons, mixed water melons. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, 734 George-street, Sydney.

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

JL li I ? I ly f 1 1 jl f j |) | / SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN D/5TR/CT ^ I ... Dodge Brothers'''''.'.'..- =' 3notor car; Whether the buyer relies upon his own first impression, the tribute of owners, the' reputation of Dodge Brothers, or whether, going deeper, he compares and ' »--v 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 t employed in building their own good _ '? name. ? /?. ; , . I ° Five Balloon Tyres. Standardised MoroftS Limited; 252 CASTLEREAGH STREET, .SYDNEY ASSOCIATE DEALER A. B. HOGAN TUMUT , II ,111 III WHWItf -P»I ' 'i ui— Cbim Trees /'I *. California has adopted the gum 1 ... '? v tree ; there are so many plant ^ ed there it looks like Aus- ,. \/^''' T- \ Hudson and Essex sales ? r\'^ ' A : \ . are increasing so 'fa...

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

LINDEMAN^ SPARKLING CY DER HOWITT'S. 2/6 bottle. * » » o Trout Fishing.— Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, etc.-r-JH. 1). SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. * * * * For good solid Meals, Afternoon Teas and Suppers go to MALLOS BKQS.1 Marble Bar Refreshment Rooms, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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AN ADELONG NONOGENARIAN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

AN ADELONG NONOGENARIAN -BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION There was a fine gathering at Won dalga- this week to celebrate the:- 90th birthday of Mrs. Rogers; who - justly ?claims to be one of the oldest inhabi tants o£ these 'district's, having: been resident here since. 1S54. . Strange to say . that, : during all- that time, she lias resided . in the spot -she chose for a -home on coming- to Adelong, 71 years ago: /.Probably.; no person resident' is more widely known than -Mrs. Rogers, who still retains all -hei' faculties' and ably conducts ; - her own business. Se venty-one- 'years-: ago;-'as ? a - young 'mar ried woman 1 with : lier : first babe in -her : arms, Mrs. -Rogers : and r her hus band came 'from: Sydney 'to:. Gundagai in- Cobb. ;and^ Co.'s ? coaches ;? that was two: years a£ter the discovery of,- gold in the alluvial' at Adelong' and they, as well asv everybody else, had been stricken with the gold-fever. Oil ar rival at Gundagai, Mrs. -Rogers was held up' for three -weeks owing t...

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

BILLY WHITING'S : HAIRDRESSIKG SALOON. and PHONOGRAPH EHOP RU8SELL-ST TUMUT, I beg to announce to the public o£ i . TUAIUT and DISTRICT that I am ' « SOLE AGENT for the world-famous i 'HOME RECREATION' non-scratch ; ; SALONOLAS and HOMOPHONE, COTTAGE BILLIARD TABLES, 'WIRELESS SETS. I 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 me. 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! RECORDS !! RECORDS! ! ! .400 DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS to choose from . Prices range from 2/9 each. Call in and hear them played over. Mli-5 AH I NEWMAN; MISS ETHEL ATKINSON, CRAF.T-WORHERS BRISTOL HOUSE, 147 ELIZABETH -ST., SYDNEY. {Orders Executed Wedding 'Presents in China, Leather, Wood, Etc. 1 Special Lessons for Country Visitors Adelong' Motor Cap Repair...

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

Progress ' ? . ' ? '} - V ' : /????? ?????? ,%.;i - ? ,.:;v Two recent developments have focussed public attention, on Graham Brothers Trucks as never before. One was the recent price reductions. u-v'.. The other was Graham Brothers ascendancy to leader . , ; ? ship by building more l-£ ton trucks than any other manufacturer in the world, during the first quarter of . 1925, arid by achieving ? second position in the 1-ton * and 1 2-ton fields combined. 1-Ton Chassis £365. iy2-Ton Chassis £455. . ,s . ' ' .STANOAnoiseo 'Motors Limited ' Z5B CASTLEREAGH STREET. SYDNEY -7 '. '? Gramm Brothers B¥^¥T^¥/'^ SOLD BY DODOE BROTHERS DEALER.S EVERYWHERE : : : A; B. HOG AN ASSOCIATE DEALER TUMUT lju t!!! The Ideal Building Material . I For Walls and Ceilings! ffi Composed solely of Portland Cement and reinforced with tough, indestructible Asbestos Fibre, 'FIBROLITE' is as durable as concrete andfwhen painted,- has ' the smooth, - artistic appearanceof plaster. It grows stronger and more durable...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

; - - ? Miss Ada Smith, of Elphick's Show rooms, Cootamundra,' has come to Tu mut for three __-weeks' holiday with [ lier people,' to'^regaiii accustomed strength,: after; the operation for ap pcndicitis. At -.West -Wyalong a /butcher was fined for; conveying, meat1, to- his shop , from ; the 'Slaughtering yard, - without a covering. The . 'Health ^Inspector statedi that/the^eatfwasj'.exposed to flies and dust. j't i:. ' ? .The Prime Minister . states that there' is .no deflnite;- scheme nor sug gestion for the petrol .tax. . The whole question will be considered at a con ference : of i State -^Treasurers in Feb-, ruary ; but it will be more in the na ture of 'a::general talk oni the : subject omitting.the^fihaffbial.aspect. . ?V^'ivVV' - /-t-#: ? .' * ' A . dogi.saved.j.thej iiTir.es. of )Mr. .and . MrsH,B.,; J. Poole, while their ..home -was-ibeing.'dQfitioyed by fire, on Sun -day. morning.— -They-were fast asleep , ;.when--,the loud barking of! tlisu' r.dog. awaken^S ''thein. The...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Agricultural Bureau. TUMUT SUB-DISTRICT COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Agricultural Bureau. ?TUMUT SUB. DISTRICT COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING. The first annual meeting . of ;the above -was held in the Tumut Council Chambers on Tuesday of last week,-, when delegates attended from -Bat-. low, ? Gilmore, Bombowlee, Tumut Plains and Brungle. The secretary (Mr. Wallace Bridle read the annual ( report, and commented -on i the fav orable work done by the Council.' In the election of officers, (Mr. C. J. White (retiring President) was nom inated, and .in, returning, thanks to his nominators pointed out that, in a Council of this kind, in the election of chairman tlie honor was not only a personal one, butf'one. to the branch. and for that reason lie was of opinion ? that the ' honor should be passe.d round. 'Although being pressed to take up the position .again, he cal led for further- nominations, and, upon Mr. E. Robson - .being nominated,'' promptly ? withdrew. -No other nomi nation being .made,, lie declared Mr. Robs on elected for the ensuing 12 months. Positio...

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A Weekful of Motoring Records OVERLAND SIX AND WILLYS-KNIGHT TRIUMPHANT. 24 Hours Non-stop—Bourke and Back Record—200 Hours' Reliability [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

A Weekful of Motoring Records OVERLAND SIX AND WILLYS KNIGIIT TRIUMPHANT.; 24 Hours Non-stop— Bourke and Back Record— 200 Hours' Reliability Saturday, 12t,h: December,- saw the completion of . one . of : the most . re markable series of motoring, tests con ducted in , Australia. With ? the idea, of proving; once' more- to . the -.public . the ,outstanding- reliability , and eudur ?ance^of ' Overland: ' and v Willys-Kuight cars, ' Overland ^Sydney . Limited . or ganised 'several'-of- the most - strenuous tests of Overland Six aud AVillys-' Knight cars. : '..!The': test 'of-'.-tiie^.Willys-Kuigbtv-took:. the. form: of sending::. two :cars - tiway ?from'. Sydney to travel for. 100 hours without stoppage of engine before re turning ;agaiii' to the. capital . - : ? Car .-No . f l ? travelled the' t'Noftherii and :'North-Westeni; Districts-; -'Of :? tlie State,-i.and ' Car . No - 2 ; through ; ' the Southern . and . : Soutli -Western Dis tricts. . 1 . .. 'A previously advertised programme...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Obituary MR. GEORGE HEDLEY GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Obituary ?MR. GEORGE HEDLEY GREEN. The rather sudden demise of Mr. George H. Green, of Tumut Plains, came :as a great shock to the commu .nity,. for he had been ailing only a few days,, and,- not until the day be fore he died, when lie was admitted to the Tumut Hospital; and his case diagnosed by Drs. Browne and Clous fnn iitoc it ™noi,lop»,l tn lio oorinlic! It turned out; to be one of peritonitis, and although every, possible effort of the medicos and hospital staff was -exerted : to save his life - lie passed away on Saturday last. The day be-, fore; Mr. John: Naughton brought him in to be overhauled at the hospital, when his. critical condition was -made known. .Deceased-,; was ;a . native, of the .'district, obeing the --.eldest son of the -late Mr. and : Mrs; G. . IC. Green. ??He wasoa ; hardworking i, farmer, 'and 'admired by all his friends -and as quaintances ; for . liis upright .charac ter' iaiub.principles ?. of i.fair : dealing. A fine ? stalwart type -.of ' 'manhood, -...

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Wedding HOAD—CLIFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 24 December 1925

Wedding '? HOAD— CLIFTON. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Dubbo, was the scene of a very pretty Redding on Wednesday even ing of last -week, the contracting parties being Aubrey Eric, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoad, of Kempsey and formerly of Tumut, orwl Mii-lom nraoon daughter of Mr., and Mrs. J. Clifton, shell pink crepe-de-chene, with geor had been prettily decorated for the occasion with a bridal bell and ?treamers with the initials of the bride and bridegroom. The , bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed ill a frock of irridescent sequins and crystal beads over white satin cliarmeuse, finished with wide band of white marabout at hem and caboclions of pearls, with long tassels of crystal beads draping each side. She also carried a bouquet of white carnations, fern and sweet peas, a gift from the bridegroom, and wore the customary veil and wreath of orange blossoms. Miss Linda Mag ick, cousin of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and wore a gown of shell ping...

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

Local and General For Choicest Fruits, Confectionery, dtc., go to MALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumut., ? * ? ? The engagement is announced, of Miss Kitty Herring, Bongongolong, to Mr. Austin Pigram, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. . Pigram, of Wambidgee. ? ? * * Detective Matthews has left Syd ney for New Zealand to bring back W. H. Curtis, who has been charged in connection with the assault of Mrs. Timson at Coogee. 0 » » ? Erstwhile residents of Tumut ; wander back again. — Miss Val. Dav enport, Mrs. H. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ritchie, Mr. J. H. Hoad , (Kemp sey.) ? ? * ? Elizabeth Doreen Minahan, ' 18, . a resident of Jindabyne, was . drowned while bathing with her; sister ' and other girls in the Snowy ; River. De- ? ceased, who was unable .to swim, got out of her depth. » * .* Frederick; Charles Wilson was char- ? ged at Sydney Quarter ? Sessions with entering the premises of the Star Ho tel at Cootamundra, with intent to commit a felony. He was bound over to ...

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