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Telegraphic. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Telegraphic. ? oOo ? LONDON, Wednesday. ^ Scotland Yard to-day raided the' headquarters of the Communist Party . and ..arrested . Inkpen,-. the sec retary of tile - party, -.'and Campbell,: the editor ofJ the ''Workers' Weekly' and a well-known CommunistsUeader. Three others .will ,:bo-,j charged with conspiracy to incite a v mutiny and sedition. , ? -MELBOURNE, 'Thursday. ' ' Heroic's ? leg ' trouble has-' been. ? ac centuated. :He- can now lie' regarded as a: doubtful -'Starter^for.- the' Caullield' Cup. ' SYDNEY, Thursday. ' The'inianagdment; ' ' of ? rthe Orient Line' of '.overseas , steanters to-day an nounced7: that: the sailing' of the' Orvi-; eto . on Saturday has been cancelled. „ In the Legislative Assembly this morning- questions ' were asked by Mr. j I-Ienley - and Mr.~Perkins as to what I the Government ? proposed to-do ow ing: to; the Upper : House rejecting the Municipal .'Franchise Bill -yesterday. The^Premier -replied: ; 'I . came into: this i House as a Labor man, ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Serious Chances ——www— ARE TAKEN IN NEQLECTINQ ANY FORM OF SKIN IRRITATION. Any person who neglects any sign of skin disease takes serious chances, for skin troubles have a tendency to spread, and there is also danger of becoming chronic, besides being very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of skin irritation is Doan's Ointment. In using it there Is no detention from daily occupa tion, and the many cures made by it have caused it to become famous all over the world. Mr. John Smith, South Gundagai, says: — 'For some time I was troubled with eczema, the irritation at times being very trying. Notwithstanding the fact that I used all sorts of rem edies, nothing gave me any relief un til I began applying Doan's Oint ment. The ointment allayed the ir ritation almost at once, and as I con tinued its use the eczema gradually disappeared until not a sign of it was left. I am very glad to be free of this skin disease, and cannot praise Doan's Ointment sufficiently for my perfe...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

The World-famous BOOMERANG MOUTHORGANS from 1/6 to 18/6; also ACCORDEONS, 45/— At O'SUL. LIVAN'S, in Russell-street, Tumut. # ? * * It is reported that Russian chem ists at Harbin have discovered a pro cess for trriinl inir and extracting the oil from soya beans, which results in a flour which is undistlnguisliable from wheat flour. The new product is procurable at one-third the cost of when ten flour. A'ast areas of Man [?liuria are capable of soya bean culti nition, and : the discovery is regarded is. of world-wide importance. ?

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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A HALF—AND CUPID A SHORT STORY. (Continued from last issue). [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

A HALF-AND CDPID A SHORT STORY. (By J. C. Locke) (Continued from last issue). This information was 'perhaps more tactfully conveyed, or else the Fen nymoor team were in too much awe of their famous skipper to be rebel lious, but anyhow they were in a very docile mood when they assembled for the semi-final with Luxton, though one or two of them tried a bit of un easy youthful swagger in the dres sing-room. Rumsey had a grim eye on this display, and dealt with it before he led the team out. 'Now, you chaps,' he growled, 'you ain't here to show your gals how pretty you can do it; you're here to play like a team and win the game. And not too much of your kicking and rushing— I'll do the kicking, and you let the other fellows do the rushing. You find out what I want .you to do, and do it. . . . We'li be all right then.' Fennymoor seemed to take this to heart, for they settled down to play sober football, with an .anxious eye on their formidable captain. The veteran did nothing showy hims...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

CALF SALES. : About2300 .calves were in position for, sale, at .the Abattoirs on: :\Vednes.. day, and;, , as ? this ? number; was far in. excess , of ; the , requirements ; of; the trade, . prices., . slumped considerably ? for all classes. .... The. bulk of , the-offer- ing, .as,, usual. .with = sales.*' of: late, was small., Bobbies, and -.this- . ydescrip— ' tion of calf, was 4/-ito. 5/- cheaper.:. Plain - and . wasted calves are . still cheap..:..;. -and:, difficult -to ; sell. -iPrimo yearlings to £4, odd higher; good,' to £3;. medium, ,,,to £2; rough sorts, from r20/,;' prime heavy vealers, to £3,- odd, higher; ..good, .to £2/5 ; medium, to 40/; prime heavy .bobbies to 40/( odd; higher; prime light weights, to 24/;. medium light, to 19/; weedy sorts, from 10/. ?

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

HAM or TOMATO SANDWIGHES cut at shortest notice. Also COOKED HAM on sale.— O'SULLIVAN'S, Rus. sell. St., Tumut, 'Phone 118. Printed and Published by A. Wilkie Watson, Sole Proprietor, at his printing office, Wynyard-street, Tumut, In the State of New South Wales.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Federal Elections. Mr. It. 1). Weaver addresses thu electors at Tumut on Wednesday, night next in support of. -the , candi- dates Qf Mr. Angus B. Campbell, ; the Nationalist selection for. the - Jlunio sent ip the Houfsu of Representatives. ? * . ? ? ?Mr.' -Parker ,7. Moloney, who lias re presented Hume, i in ? the Labor inter ests, in .the Jlonse-of .Representatives for the past six. years,-, opened, his;, cpjnpalgn ? at.-. .-Wagga-- ?.?pn.v.JFBcpdaJu night. - ' Mr. Angus Campbell, -. the Nn tional-; list candidate, for the Hume, .-opened; ? his campaign at Tumut :last night,! ?.addressing the .electors from the Post Oilico steps fo' a couple of houri*. — »;*---? ? ? -? -'-?? : ?. v:; Fifteen years ago n j'ounf,' bcIjooIt I 'teacher named -JlcCuIIoeh opened thc^ new school at Nangns. He afterward; transferred into the Irrigation J)e-' liartment and was one of the Lee ton officials till the ^.'ir Drums beat. He enlisted, fought, . and got off free. Returning to Sydney, he went 'into...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

TUMUT CO-OPERATIVE DAIRV COMPANY; LTDi . TENDERS ftro lioroijy . InVitod, , tind, will bo recoivod , until - v 'THURSDAY, 22iul OCTOBER, 11)25, for the. SUP PLY of FIREWOOD*: to ? .tire, : abovo: Company for fi period' of one, two oi1 three years. Particulars may : bo/'ohtained' . upon application at the, ,Compaiiy-'s office. Lowest or- any tender not neces sarily accepted.- j, -\V. P. HEYDON, . - - . , - Socrelury, :?'??- ? ? ? ? . ? ?: :????'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Musical Festival COMMENCING THURSDAY NEXT. CLOSES OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Tumut Musical Festival COMMENCING THURSDAY NEXT. CLOSES OCTOBER 27. ' The' directors of the Tumut Musical Festival Society must feel proud, of their initial eifort and the public support for their appeal for entries for tho Musical Festival, which starts ju Tom. Laird's People's Pictures; Halt oil Thursday next and will bea con-, tinned -daily until October, 27.. - Tho ? entry list, covering .nearly. 500 names/ is irreater than the .most sammine: es- timate of .the promoters, a«d .is , an augury, for a great future; .for . ..;the enibryotic. little, institution, wlii(;h -wtj ?sincerely -hope will blossom :into om;. of tlie greatest, importance* in :- our ' town. Not :on!y inusicai . enthusiasts of. our town and district have encoui nged the enterprise, but those outside, in neighboring towns 'rand : districts, have signified their willingness to- as sist in ? the movement by. sending- ' in ; their entries.- AV/iigga and v. J mice .are i especially noticeable in i the On try -list, h...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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An Experiment with Maize DEPARTMENTAL LATENESS-OF-CULTIVATION TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

An Experiment with Maize DEPARTMENTAL LATENESS. OF- CULTIVATION TRIALS. The general practice in coastal districts in the after-cultivation of maize is to clean out the middles with a single-horse cultivator shortly after the maize lias been hilled. One of the critical stages in the growth of the maize plant, determining the difference between good and poor yields, is during the tasselling per iod. It is thought by some that by continuing cultivation up to tassel ling time — by maintaining tho mulch and holding weed growth in check it is possible to conserve more mois ture, which will ultimately result in increased yields. To compensate for the extra cultivations it would be ne cessary for the increase to be suffic iently large to cover all costs incur red and show a reasonable profit. It is to be expected that the most strik ing results will be obtained in seas ons when the rainfall has been good during the early stages of growth but deficient during the tasselling period. It was to...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Grahamstown. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Grahamstown. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. The anual'.jmeetiug of the Grahams-^ town Branclr of* the .i Agricultural . Bur eau was held on Wednesday night last, Mr. 'Williams - presiding. The secretary's -(Mr.-; 10. H.'Green) report for '. year -; ended -September last was read, : received . and adopted. The re pot- trail.: — ?: ''I have /pleasure : in presenting to you ; this, ' the 2nd, anuual . report of the'' Grahamstown ? Agricultural Bur-; eau. JElnven vnieetiniis . in all-hiivo been:: held - during : the year, with jan average - attendance ». of 'a 'little -.better: than 'nine members; this is - 'not ft' very, ::high .-number, - but- what . we ' lack iii : numbers *Jias.. been - more- than com pensated for ? by the : interest and en thusiasm of ? the attending members, and I would like to . mention here that some of. those.are only indirectly concerned 'with the land and the i primary industries, ' anil therefore could* be excused ; for taking only a lukewarm- interest in a movement s...

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A Miraculous Escape. CAR SOMERSAULTS SEVERAL TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

A Miraculous Escape. ? oOOOo ? -CAR SOMERSAULTS SEVERAL TIMES 'It is wonderful how sometimes a serious mishap comes off so lightly. This applies to the accident to a car party: consisting of Mr. R. Knox) (driver), Miss Carr, Messrs. J. Webb, D 'Arcy, O. J'. Bell, and Hourne last 'Saturday night: They had been at the Shearers'' Ball at Nangus and were - on . their return journey. At the six* mile on :a sharp turn- the car ran -off the road and toppled over several - times down -an embankment ' tilV it '.carne 'to - a ^ stand still in a- swamp in 'Mr.-*, J.'-:0. Robert son's paddock. - ' ?- The ' occupants -.were 'thrown - out, it was - thought, when -.the car : .made its first somersault/.and were above the car when it stopped,- -but Mr. Knox was /left at the- wheel . ';Had tho car made . another - -half . turn 'Mr. ?Knox would liave 'been squashed against the' wheel, 'but luckily it was suspended, on two wheels until he had time to scramble out-.- Of thq occu pants the only vorio se...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Yon can buy any class of STA TIONERY, TOYS, Etc., at O'SULLI VAN'S, the Russell-street Stationer, Tuhiut. 'Phone 118. * * * ? Next Sunday Rev. II. Rutland, re presenting the N.S.W. Alliance, and a~* special preacher, will ..preach in the Adelong Methodist 'Circuit— Batlow ? at 11 a.m., Tumut 3 p.m. and Ade long 7.30 p.m. ; -

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

THE GARDEN. To those who have grown the Mexican sunflower (As Tithonia Speciosa is sometimes called) it seems almost incredible that there is not a greater desire on the part of gardeners to cultivate this beautiful annual. There can be no doubting the right of the variety to greater recognition, because, in addition to being quite easily grown, it has all the requisite qualities that go to make an ideal garden subject and cut flower for house decoration. The blooms, which are borne on long, stiff stems that help materially in artistic arrangement in vases or bowls, are of a delightful deep or ange or tango shade, which is attrac tive and goes well with almost any color scheme. No fault can be found with the graceful build of the blooms (as the term sunflower might possibly suggest), because actually the Tithonia blooms resemble a ra ther small single dahlia, with a long calyx similar to that of the marigold. It is the beautifully warm coloring, in a most fashionable shade, that is ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

'I like to fmnjr up my cMIJrrn to fcefo 5 : \ mother. This they enfoy doing with norisK v \ of failure, if they u-»h Shi-nolcum.' 1 1 Mrs. A.M., Nurniah, Q. r— | . 'Sfti-noleum ij tlie eaiieit to apply. 1 polish 'the floor every Saturday for my ^ mothir, so I ouzlit to knou- a bit about it,' Master A .11.. Balranald, N.S.W. j 1 ~ always on the look out for^labouT'iavinx ^ - fcet, tut ulu'rtys comc back to Shi-noleum. i EH ? '~^S M«. H.P., Willoughb* Sydney. | BRIGHT S ,PMT 4j' j AND^FURmTURE^ POLISH^ jj POST OFFICE HOTEL ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorite ; notel, announces to his friends and the public generally that it will be conducted on the most modern lines, v Visitors will find the Post Office Hotel affords all the comforts and conveniences of a real home, with added close attention to their wants. Nothing but standard brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits retailed. Mrs. Benson personal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

3* UPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT j I :: ? ^jpaw'T1-* f i Reputati' « Sf§PT«®®]W ? ia what p& pie I I : j Suppose it to bo. I | One's Clj aracter ' ' Y Y I j Io what p oople have P -rt^* |»j j Proved U to be. I ^ * I Heame's ~ i Bronchitis - JsLpsWlli ' | Cure QjpMj | Enjoys both ah Excellent ! Reputation and an ^ | toreproeckeble Charaotor. I .[ Personal RecommendrUon ! i iffy B j Is tho Best Advertisement, 1 y-/ ff | and that Is why Hearne'a // | | has been at the Top I j of the Tree for oo many i I nEARNE'S'# W S 1 BRONCHITIS CURE | TME FINEST REMEDY IN THE *J4-R-„D FOIl j COUGHS, CROUP ^OLDS. . | I 9 | Always Ast for 'HEARNE'3' nd « ^ that | { you GET It Thor© te nothing ' sV ^ood.' j t If not Abtatnablo locally. Mnd t r - 1 J W. G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., GevJor & Victoria. j j ? ' ^ 9. j I «pE====2rf Turning a small outlay (||l j into a big profit | THAT'S THE WAY WITH THE | 5Hfc-.BAL|T IC 1 THE BEST AND I /ki ^?- LOWEST PRICED \ f U-\\. SEPARATOR ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

PRESBYTERIAN. Gundagai.— 11 ii.ni. ? Brungle.— 3 . p.m. r Tiiinut.— 10 ^i.in. : (Sunday School)',; 7.30 . p.m. (Divine : Worship). ^ v'-^i Ail who are desirous , of joining, the ehurch at the next Communion service, are requested to meet' in the vestry of the eliurch . on Saturday :at 4 p.m.: with a view to : forming ,--a ? Communi cants' . .Glass.' : REV. 'A. 'GROWTHER:SMITH.

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"Hudson" and "Essex" Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

'Hudson' and 'Essex' Cars. The Hudson Motor Car Company, who build tho Essex Six and the Hud son Super-Six, are having a record year in sales, production and profits. Whereas in 1923 they built 88,000 cars, and 12S.000 in 1924, they have | built over 166,000 in the first eight j months of this year. More than j 100.000 of these were Essex-Sixesy so that Essex holds the distinction of being first to build 100,000 sixes this year. The .Hudson Motor Car Company are now the world's largest builders cf sixes,' and the third largest build ers of cars of any size. They now have 'facilities to produce 2000 cars a day, and their average monthly production is nearly 30,000 Hudson and Essex cars. -

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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1925. ANGLICAN. (Festival of St. Luke) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

DIVINE SERVICE8. ? I SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1935. . ANGLICAN. (Festival of St. Luke) All Saints, Tumut. — 8 a.m. (I-I.C.'), 11 a.m. ? (Matins), 7.80- (Evensong— ? 'Tlieosopliy') . — The Kector. . i - Gilmore.— 11 a.m. . ?: Tuuiut Plains.^— 3 ? p . in . \ ; , v. Bruiigle.— 3 i);ui. . ;? \ REV. T. A. GAIR, -Tli.L., , Rector St. .'l'aul'Sj ' Adelons.'—'O a'.m. : aud 7.K0 j). Ml. Tumblong.— 11 a.m. ..., Shepardstown.— 3. p;m. . '.' REV. VG. F. PYKE; Rector. ! j

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HUME ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

HUME ELECTORATE. . . Mr. Angus B. Campbell, the selec teii and endorsed National candidate for Hume, has spent all his 'working days among wool and the woollies. . Though ? kborn - in Tasmania, he has lived 'his- life von the mainland. Af ter -school -at Fort-street, Sydney, he started'out on the staff of the Sydney Wool-sellinir. Rrnkfirs' Assnpiatinn nt Circular -Quay. A period on the staff of '--.the 'Wool - and Produce Journal' was followed by a term in the St. ?George district, 'Queensland, for the -Australian' :Pastoi-al Co. His first management : came at the age of1 twenty, the station being - in the : Bourlte district,- -N.S.W. Then -he -was -promoted' to Urawilkie. Tin the Coonamble district. There, in .1908/ lie married- a Campbell/ the-' lady ;be--* longing .to another we'll-known graz ing family, ; of 'Ellerslie' Statioiij in our-' own district. : Mr. Campbell ;next : took upiland for: himself in -Queensland,- where he: re mained until , the - outbreak : of -the . war. ?...

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