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PASTORAL. EXCESSIVE FEEDING FACTOR IN MORTALITY IN SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

PASTORAL. EXCESSIVE FEEDING FACTOR TN MORTALITY IN .SHEEP Good management, points out an officer of the Stock Branch of the ] Department of Agriculture, is very j closely related to good health. The fact is emphasised by the circum- j stances attending certain cases of j mortality recently reported in lamb ing ewes. Frequently such cases were considered by the owr.er to have been the result of feeding on prison ous plants or weeas, whereas the actual reason [or the mortality was that the ewes were in too good con dition at time of lambing. The prevention of such losses lie-s in putting the ewes into a poorer pad dock, where they will be com). died to move about more for their feed. It often happens that just before lamb ing the ewes are moved from a pad dock where feed is poor or indiffer ent into one in which it is particularly plentiful, with the result that they become fat and lazy and have difficul ty in expelling the lamb. Discretion must be exercised of course, — the paddock m...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOP DRESSING OR LUCERNE FOUR SUBSTANTIAL ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

TOP DRESSING OR LUCERNE [ FOUR SUBSTANTIAL ADVAN TAGES. Farmers' and departmental experi ence has proved very definitely the commercial advantage of applying t-- the lucerne stanid a top-dressing of superphosphate in the spring. The outstanding advantages of such treatment may be summarised as follows : — 1. The green fodder yield is greatly increased. 2. A better quality product re sults — in fact, a healthy, dark-green colour is noticeable throughout the whole growing period. 3. The general condition of the stand is built up consequent upon the vigorous growth dieveloped. 4. The useful life of the stand may be extended, and deplete';? stands largely restored. Early spring is the best- time to : apply dressings of superphosphate. I It is advisable first to stir the sur- J face soil with a springtooth cultiva ' tor, and then to apply the superphos phate through the wheat drill, with | the tubes loosely adjusted so as to gJve a broadcasting effect, or use a j top-dressing machine to ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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AGRICULTURAL MAIZE FOR GRAIN VARIETIES RECOMMENDED BY AGRICULTURAL DEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

AGRICULTURAL MAIZE FOR GRAIN VARIETIES RECOMMENDED BY AGRICULTURAL DEPT. The appended list, based on ex periments carried out throughout the State, shows the varieties of maize recommended by the Department of Agriculture. ' It show's' the approxi mate order of maturity 'of the vari eties referred to, and the Depart ment's recommendations for srrain : — Very Early. — Ea'rly Morn, Golden Glow. Early. — Wellingrove, Gold Coin, Golden Superb, Kennedy, Iowa, Sil vermine, Funk's Yellow Dent, Iowa Goldmine, Auburn Vale, Caig Mit chell, Goldmine Crossbred. *Midseason. — Hickory King, Learn ing, Cooara Vale, Golden Nugget, Early Clarence, Golden Beauty. Late. — Yellow Hogan, Fitzroy, Large Red Hogan, Yellow Moruya, Ulmarra Whitecap, Bega Yellow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

FOR QUICK SALE Robin's-Myres' 3 h.p. ELECTRIC MOTOR. Apply, THIS OFFICE K x ^ ==;:?: ^ -: ^ » ,,,, 111 AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY. ' | ? III! [Ill THE SHc.-:P MARKET. X II Sheep Jat nocm to-day were V | CATTLE VALUES. |||| Values ft il prime cattle were lljl I .unchanged?. | MAIZE VALUES. | 111 The price of maize in Sydney X X to-day was 3/9 to 4/- jj| W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION LAND.. FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Accident. SOUTH BRITISH— Live Stock and Crop (Fire and Hail), Haystacks, Fencing, Workmen's Compensa tion, Personal Accident. District Sub-Agents, A.M. P. LIFE INSURANCE. MACHINERY AGENCIES. Sole District Agents for: MASSEY-HARRIS Renowned Farm Machinery, Binder Twine, Oils, and Machinery Duplicates. CLYDE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. WOLSELEY'S Sheep Shearing Ma chines. OLD'? OIL ENGINES. Farm Manures Sole District Agents for GIBBS BRIGHT & CO., LTD., Sulphide Sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

HOME-MADE CAKES Home-ma'de Sweets, Jellies, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruit, Fancy Work, etc., on Sale at R.C. Church STREET STALL, on REFERENDUM DAY, (Sept. 1st next). MOTOR TO WAGGA FOR THE SHOW Car leaves Gundagai .Wedhesday next, 8 p.m. returning same day (passengers may return next day). Crr leaves Gundagai again on Thurs day at 8 am.. W. B. MURRAY. Phone 118. BIG FOOTBALL GUNDAGAI v. JUNEE NEXT SUNDAY, At 3 pm. sharp IN ANZAC PARK ADMISSION .... 1/ P. J. SULLIVAN, RESIDENCE TO LET. Apply: R. R. KNOX, Chemist, Gundagai. SOCIAL (In aid of R.C. Church). ST. PATRICK'S HALL, GUNDAGAI FRIDAY, 24th AUGUST, :1928 GOOD SUPPER NOVELTY DANCES TICKETS: — Gents 4/-, Ladies 3/ K. WEBB C. ' GARDINER, Hon. Sees. CHILDREN'S PAPER DANCE In St. John's. Haill, on WEDNES DAY NEXT, Aug-.' 22nd, in aid of Refreshment Stall. Prizes for Best Dressed Boy and Girl. Tickets, 21 each. MRS. DAVIS and MRS. JOYCE, Hon Sees. GRAND DANCE (In aid of Sacred Heart Hospital). MUTTAMA HALL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1928 MIS...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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COOTAMUNDRA ROYAL HOTEL APPLICATION TO DE-LICENSE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

.COOTAMUNDRA ROYAL HOTEL APPLICATION TO DE-LICENSE At the Cootamundra Licensing Court last week, before Mr. Le Brun Brown, chairman of the Licens ing Board, an application was made' for the delicensing- of the Royal Hotel, Cootamundra, following an or 'ier to re-build Mr. Vaughan appeared for the owners and the licensee, lhere were no objections. ; Mr. Vaughan said he did not in tend to call much evidence at this stage He hetJi that in view of the order , to rebuild, and that the par ties were agreeable to the applica tion, it was almost obligatory on the part of- the board to grant the application. Henry Dawson, accountant, said he was part owner (with John J. Brennan), M)f the hotel premises. The purchase price -vas not disclos ed for publication. Witness said that in the rebuild ing order, 'accommodation was to be the same, as at present, and this would cost £12.000. On this out lay the rental wo u'i'd be £7 per week. It would' not be possible for any man to pay £25 a' week rent,...

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ROUGH FOOTBALL IN N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

ROUGH FOOTBALL IN N.Z. During the match at Dunedin, (N.Z.), in which the English Rugby League team defeated N.Z. by 30 points to 5, there was a considerable amount of rough play, during which one player was -carriedi off the field, while another was laid out for a few minutes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

I We Deliver Orders j In All Weavers! ? j If you find it inconvenient to come I \ if dotfn totfn to make your purchases, I ** g v?e will send a messenger to --our g home v?ith the desired article. H Orders received o^er our phone ill be at H .tended to immediately and despatched per -/ ft g messenger as rapidly as circumstances permit. Kg n |jl § Deliveries will be made at all times of the and in all if A I |jf|$ |3f§j I leathers. A Remember, when you need any article that a n !|| -sjgNjfifij B chemist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 and B( ? j ha-J« it delivered. No charge is made for delivery. U I iiST j ? I As Near as Your Telephone Ull R. R. KNOX, m.p.s„ ph.c. U CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN, | GUNDAGAI I aaiffliimiiiuinimyiiiHflimiiHimiiiiiiiiHHiiMtniminiiiiimiii.

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FLIER BEATS THE CLOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

FLIER BEATS THE CLOCK Sir Marshall Salmond arrived at Brisbane from Sydney yesterdhy morning 15 minutes ahead of time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE INDEPENDENT. MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1928

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NO TRACE OF ALPINISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

NO TRACE OF ALPINISTS. There is still no news of the miss ing Alpinists at Mt. Kosciusko, al though additional traces were found yesterday, which apparenty suggest that the missing men may have found their way down into lower country.

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THE POUND OF FLESH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE POUND OF FLESH We presume that at next Shire meeting the councillors, following on their recent ignoring of a respect fully-worded protest of ratepayers against payment for a service not rendered, will demand their, pound of flesh, and all who have refused to pay six months' sanitary fees in advance wilt probably be 'courted. ' It is unfortunate that we have a L.G. law which gives a'ny body of men power to inflict a hardship on people, ex specially when that hardship coul'd be avoided if there was adopted the same system as the Shire now prac tices in respect to other funds. We all know, from reading the reports in the papers, that the Shire elec tricity fund has borrowed from the Shire water fund, but, surely the councillors will not tell us that the water consumers are being taxed to pay for the folk enjoying electrical benefits? Why, in the name of con science, could' not the sanitary fund be financed from the general fund, the sdme as the electric fund is be ing carried by t...

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NOTHING LIKE IT WAS PAINTED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

NOTHING LIKE IT WAS PAINTED According to Sir Hubert Murray, Lieut.-Governor of Papua, who is now in Sydney, the recent pub lication of a report to the effect that 100 natives had been slain in an affray, was a pure fabriction. As a matter of fact, the number of lives lost was nine.

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THE BIG CONGRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE BIG CONGRESS The Euchiiristic Congress, which I is to be held in Sydney during the ( first week in September will be the* biggest event in Australian history J considering it from .1 social k well as ! religious standpoint. The g&thering, ? over 100 years after Oo'.k flew the fliig oJ Britain in Australia, of the most distinguished churchman of the whole world — of learned doctors, scientists and theologians shows that at heart Australia is z. nation that is truly Christian. When we find all shades of political life welcoming the Congress, anc? see the learned leaders of other sects praying for the success of the gathering, it proves that we are closer than ever before in our history to embracing the ideal of Charity. That the Congress will have a wonderful effect on the life of all sections of the community there is little reason to doubt, and that the nation will bene fit by its deliberations we feel sure, for every Christian — no matter to what sect he owes allegiance...

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KILLED AFTER A DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

KILLED AFTER A DANCE Mrs. Mary Dubout was killed and others injured when a motor lorry, conveying nine passengers from a dance wds run down by a goods train at a level crossing at Beacons field, Victoria.

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OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS BARELLAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS BARELLAN An effort is being made to secure a* curate for Rev. Father- Mullens. The work allotted him is arduous, and it is considered that Barellan should receive more 'of the ministrations of the Church. It is 'stated that as soon as a curate is available, Father Mullens, who has labored long and zeaTousy in the parish, will have an assistant. Rust is appearing in crops in many places in the State1, the moist, humid heat of March-April have developed it. So far it has not made its ap pearance in the Barellan district. Farmers can probably thank dry, frosty nights for ' having stayed its hand. If so this winter's frosts have been a blessing, though they are making ground tough for fallow ing. A team of Bare 111 an footballers journeyed to Hillston by special train, on Sunday week, to take part in the 'Knock-Out' Competition. Teams from Yenda and Griffith also com peted. Yenda came out victorious. A stud Leicester ewe at ''Hughen- den,' Bsfrellan, has given bir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

We Give WITH EVERY PLAYER PIANO PURCHASED BEFORE 31st AUGUST, 1928 | s*on we ^ave decided to ^ ^ @ pay freight frOm Sydney ?? ILb ?* 0 ''''' JS ra . 1 :fp^JptTLf/r THE ARISTOTRAT „f § 1 us during the GIFT PERIOD PLAYER PINAOS. I I (ESTABLISHED 1867) | 1 Highest Award Columbian Exposition 1893 1 S Right throughout Australia to-day there is a Sound and Solid Preference for RUDOLF PLAYER ja a PIANOS. On the Market there are Cheaper Makes of Players Pianos, but TRUE ECONOMY does not ne- g ji cessarily mean purchasing the Cheapest Instrument. There are Six Different Models of RUDOLF PLAYER S ra PIANOS to choose from. Each is sold, as a matter of principle, at the Lowest Possible Price. Each may S S be had on the most convenient terms. A small Cash Payment will put a RUDOLF PLAYER PIANO in § j| your home, or your present piano or other Musical Instrument will be accepted as deposit, subsequent pay !j ments to suit your convenience. S j|j REMEMBER. — No further money is required to purchas...

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JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

JUNEE A ^ Certain junior football players re cently went to Tumut and left with out paying Mi\ Graham, an hotel proprietor-;- for their beds and' meals. The local committee carried a resolu tion last night calling upon these players to pay Mr. Graham at once, otherwise further action will be taken. It might interest these young fellows to know that they are liable to be arrested for this sort of thing. , It would be very nice indeed if some of them were taken from the ground this afternoon and locked up. It would teach them a lesson. Mr. H. C. Pratt, of Wall£fcetown, was admitted to the Junee Hospital last week, suffering from pneumonia. He is reported this morning to be slightly better. Recently a gentleman was round canvassing in Junee for advertise - ments for a publication in connection with the coming Eucharistic Congress in the City. He wanted1 an order from a Junee lady, but could not make her view the publication with favor. 'It would not,' she' at length explained, 'be the ...

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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

YASS ~ Mr. S. Phillips, stock inspector, reported to last meeting of the Pas tures Protection Board in the follow ing strain : — 'The pastoral and agri cultural outl'ook is very good. There is an abundance of writer and stock i is in good condition to fat. Travell- 1 ing stock routes are fair. An amount of £55 has been spent on digging out briars and -rabbits. Rabbits are de creasing in the districts. During the month 229 points of rain fell. The district never looked better for this time of the yeai\ Lambing has commence:^ in some parts of the dis trict and a good lambing is Antici pated.' : Ten dingos skins were on exhibition at the P.P. Board office on Thussday Some of the skins must have come off very big dogs. Mr. Gozzaiid', of Wee Jasper killed the dogs. The Board pays £3 each dog killed and 30/ for pups. Dir. Shaw sail that Mr. Gozzard held lost a lot of sheep through dogs. All the skins were classed as dogs, which means that Mr. Gozzard gets £30 for killing the dogs and also...

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THE SILVER LINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE SILVER LINING. Chaplain: 'And arc you comfortable here in prison, my good, man?' Tub Good Max: 'It. has its drawbacks, of course, but I don't have to get up fa* the middle nl the niaht to see if the door is locked.' (By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

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