via Tumut. NSW"
Another early resident Mr Sullivan
1916 - RED CROSS INFORMATION BUREAU. - TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. Sir,- I would like to thank the bureau for very much. Information supplied to me during the period of several months. I feel most grateful to Mr. Langer Owen for trouble taken. I at one time it scorned as if he interviewed everyone of the returned soldiers of my son's battalion, the 13th, as he wrote me so many', letters containing items of Interest, and no charge whatever was made for any of the information. With much gratitude,
(Mrs.) HELE.VA RANKIN. Windowie, August 4. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 8 August 1916).
1918 - ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. - TUMUT.-Arthur Walter Percival, 17 years, accidentally shot himself with a pea rifle whilst climbing over a netting fence at Windowie, and he died within three minutes. The bullet entered under his chin, and evidently went into the brain. (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Wednesday 8 May 1918).
1929 - MOTORING ACCIDENT.ADELONG, Wednesday. - Coming down Windowie Hill, near Adelong, one of the front wheels came off a motor car. The three occupants were hurt, and one is in a critical condition with a fractured skull. The car hit the protecting fence, which probably saved their lives. Windowie Hill is very steep, and getting off the road means a drop of perhaps 1000 feet. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 2 May 1929).