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CATHOLIC MISSION [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

CATHOLIC MISSION The Mission in Gundagai, which began yesterday morning, will con tinue until evening devotions next Sunday. There are three Masses each morn ing: — 6.30, 7.30, and 9 o'clock; Even ings at 7.30. Next week the Mission will be con tinued in the outlaying districts, and the dates are as follows: — Burra, begins Sunday morning 11th and finishes Wednesday morning. JWa gra, beginning Wed. night 14th. finishes Sunday morning 18th. Go baralong, begins Monday morning 12th., finishes Wednesday morning. Coolac, begins Wednesday night 14th., finishes Sunday night 18th. Jugiong, begins Tuesday morning 20th., fin ishes Sunday night 25th.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLABONG SUPPLY. ELECTRICITY FROM BURRINJUCK. Minister Replies to Mr. Hoad. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

BILLABONG SUPPLY. ELECTRICITY FROM BURRIN JUCK. Minister Replies to Mr. Hoad. The allegations of malpractice made by Mr. Hoad (Lab.) in con nection with the supply of electricity from Burrhijuck to Mr. J. W. C. Beveridge, of Billabong, were quite uncalled for, and did not justify the publicity which had been given to them, said the Minister for Works and Railways, Mr. Buttenshaw, in the Legislative Assembley on Wednesday. 'I am at a loss to understand Mr. Hoad's reference to supplies of small towns,' added Mr. Buttenshaw, 'as he must be aware that the department is investigating schemes of rural dis tribution, and has made power sur veys of the whole district between Wagga and Gundagai, and also of the district between Bowning and Galong. The general question of rural dis tribution is engaging the earnest con sideration of the officers and myself. It is the general practice, where a deviation can conveniently be arrang ed to meet a landholder's request without additional cost to the...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. COOLAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

DISTRICT NEWS. COOLAC. A Sunday school picnic was held in the Recreation ground on Saturday last, and not being limited to the children of the Sabbath School here though promoted by its teachers, quite a number of children and their friends and relations wert present to provide a treat for the children. A fine col lection of prizes had been procured from Sydney, and races were first arranged for all Sunday school at tenders, and after all these had re cieved prizes open races were arrang ed for all while toys remained. The Rector gave out the prizes to the winners, while the handicapping was performed by Messrs Bassingth waighte, R. Harpley and D. McLeod. Mi*. W. George and H. Harpley were the judges. The usual picnic games were indulged in, and' many red faces showed that the selectors had not ordered the day for the picnic, for it was the most trying so far this sea son. After the day's operatioins were over the night was oppressive and all kinds of seasonable insects visited the ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. Illllllllf IIIUX1AIIIIIIIIIIII | III! tlllt Mil Mill tllllllt llli SYDNEY, To-day. I An Athens message states that a detachment of police has left Varna to extradite three survivors of a Greek band of brigahds, (allegedly guilty of 83 murders. They had terrorised the country for years. * '? ? The Japanese mail steamer Tango Maru, which left Sydney on October 27, for Yokahama, went aground on Ghibbi rook at Thursday Island on Saturday. It is believed the hull is damaged, as the vessel is leaking. * ' * * A young woman who arrived from England about two years was in the act of hurling herself over the rocks into the Harbour last night, when she was prevented by a policeman, who happened to be in the vicinity She said she suffered nervous trouble and wanted to end her life. * +? The Council of Teachers Federat ion have drawn up petition protest ing against any alteration of the school holidays, to be circulated immediately among school teachers for signature of teache...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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POLITICAL PIPS THE SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

POLITICAL PIPS THE SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT CANDIDATE. Armed with spears, boomerang and shield, and riding a spirited horse, John Joseph McCoo, who is running jfor a West Australian constituency, is Australia's most original candidate after Federal Parliamentary honors. Son of a farmer, he describes him self as the Australian Natives' Asso ciation candidate. McCoo needs no police to maintain order at his meetings. From the time he starts, his audi ence is in shrieks of laughter, and if the more exuberant spirits attempt to interrupt he produces a stockwhip, which he cracks viciously. He is his own committee, organiser, canvasser and chairman. His chief plank is that Ms.P. should be paid the basic wage until they accomplish something. Asked at his last meeting ifi he were in favor of providing false teeth for the mouth of the Swan River, he silenced his questioner and made his audience howl with laughter by his reply, 'Yes, if you have brains en ough to put them there.' In private life he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

|at homebush to-day. Ill THE SHEEP MARKET. II Sheep at noon to-day were ;.j unchanged. | CATTLE VALUES. Values for prime cattle were II slightly easier I MAIZE VALUES. The price of maize in Sydney is 4/3 to 4/4.

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

ON THE LAND ! Mr. D.' Boyton has sold his 1290 ( acre property at Tarrabandra to Mr John Corkhill, of Tarrabandra. Pos- ! session is to be given by December 15th. Mr. S'. A. Smith was the sell ing agent. i . * 9 Sheep for everybody. At Wagga on Tuesday, November 13th, 20,000 Riverina bred sheep will come under the hammer. The Australian Mer cantile Land and Finance Co. being the auctioneers. Particulars are ad vertised. ; * * * Orange secured the highest rain fall on Saturday night — 141 points. * * ? * Good figures appear likely to be secured for district wool when they are offered in the Sydney sales. Clips in similar order to those usually pro duced in the Cootamundra Gundagai districts are making very regular prices at the auctions. Last Wed nesday Mr. J. Armstrong, Brookfield, Jindalee secured 24d., 22idd., 22d., 01 T J ;(11 OO/I i^a/iac £J.£U., £JlU3U., uiun.cn 17d., bellies 15d. and locks 7 id. at Winchombe, Carson's sale. ♦ * * | WAGGA SHEEP MARKET. j The Associated Selling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

W.' M. FLEMING Country Party Candidate for Hume. Vote . 1. FLEMING W.M. 2. GARRY J. J. 3 . MOLONEY P. J. SENATE VOTE 1. ABBOTT P.P. 2. ORCHARD R. B. 3. THOMAS J. Authorised by N. C. PYEMQNT, Sec.

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ALLEGED CRUELTY TO HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

ALLEGED CRUELTY TO HORSE. William Dowell and Leslie Edward Stanley were charged with ill-treating a horse. Dowell's case was taken first, and he was discharged after a hearing of lengthy evidence. Leslie Edward Stanley was fined £5 and 8/'- costs. His Worship re marked that a man didn't take a big o Vi rv»*c* a 4-/~i /rixrn 4+ K++l*\ 1 nkm taps. Defendant denied admitting to the police that the horse had an eye pierc ed as the result of a blow. The horse had since been killed and 'used as pig-feed.

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FINE FLOWER SHOW. ANGLICAN SUCCESS OVER £150 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

FINE FLOWER SHOW. Mlllllllllllllltlllltllllltllllllflltlllltlltlllllfllllllllllltllllltlltll* ANGLICAN SUCCESS j OVER £150 RAISED. The Church of England annual Flower Show and Bazaar, of which mention was made in previous issue, was continued on Thursday and Fri day nights of last week, with marked success. Mrs. Wallace Robinson, who is on n T\iT««^ 'XT* ? 11__ a visuo iieic xiuiu irxuaa v tut:, lunuciuy declared the function open at 3 p.m. on Thursday, and remarked that the display of blooms was one of the finest she had ever seen. After the opening Mrs. Bede Ryan and Miss Brigden sang several songs in excellent voice, Mrs. Ryan's con cluding number being 'Home, Sweet Home,' given by special request. Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Hunnings act ed as accompanists. Both on Thursday and Friday nights Mr. Dart, Mr. Burne and Miss McGoldrick contributed most enjoy able musical numbers ; and at the dance on Friday night Mr. Donnelly assisted at the piano; and Mr. C. E. Butcher and Mr. Cliff Butch...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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POLICE COURT TO-DAY'S DOINGS. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. MOTOR MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

POLICE COURT iiiiiifiitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiitmtiiiiiiiMiiitiiHtiiitim TO-DAY'S DOINGS. Before Mi'. Harrison, P.M. MOTOR MISTAKES. Michael J. McDonell, charged with failing to return an expired- motor car registration, was fined 12/-, 8/ costs of Court. Mr. West appeared for the defendant, and admitted the offence, which was due to a misunder standing. Lillian Mary Allen, charged with failure to report sale of a motor car, was fined 12/- and 8/- costs. Mi*. West appeared for defendant. His wor ship remarked that is was the usual case of depending on someone to at tend to business and finding same ne glected. Ninty-nine per cent of these cases arose similarly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

TO STAND THE SEASON AT NANGUS And travel the, surrounding districts, The well-known Clydesdale Stallion, TRUE BARON. SIRE: Baron Belmont (imp.) g sire, Baron of Bucklycie (11263), by Baron's Pride (9,122) ; 1st dam Agnata (17475), by Sir Christopher (10286); 2nd dam Nancy, by Wil liamswood (8391) ; 3rd dam Victoria, by Mc Vicar (5204). DAM: Kate (imp.) from New Zea land, by Clan MacDonald; 1st dam Young Jeannie II., by Pride of Gal loway (imp.) (601); 2nd dam Jean nie III., by Heather Jock (58); 3rd dam Maggie, by Sir William. Wal lace (imp.) (805). This horse is a proved sure foal getter, and his colts and fillies have sold up to £43 per head. PEE: £4 for single mare; two or more, property of one owner, £3/10/. All care taken, but no responsibili ty incurred. Mares met at Gundagai. ? Further particulars apply, a. fULJLACK, Nangus. Write, or ring 5S, Nangus. CAUTION From this date all Persons found TRESPASSING (Hunting, Shooting or Fishing) on NANGUS or ABING DON will be PROSECUTED,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

Save Money BY SHOPPING AT STRIBLEY'S I ! GUNDAGAI'S KEENEST BUYERS ALL SHOP AT STRIBLEY'S FUGI AN EXCEPTIONALLY GGOD QUALITY ALL-SILK FUGI, 'KANEBO' MAKE. A most Dependable Silk for Frocks or Underwear. 29 inches wide. In natural only. STRIBLEY'S PRICE, 3/3 yard. COLORED FUGI 29 inches wide COLORED ALL-SILK FUGI. A Silk that can be Recom mended for Washing and Weariing. PLAIN COLORS, 2/6 YARD; NATURAL 2/3 YARD. FUGI SILK BLOOMERS QUALITY AND VALUE UNSURPASSED ANYWHERE. IN NATURAL SHADE, COMFORTABLE SHAPE, ELASTIC AT WAIST AND KNEES. WOMEN'S SIZE STRIBLEY'S PRICE 4/6 PAIR. KAYSER HOSE STRIBLEY'S ARE CARRYING LARGE STOCKS OF THIS FAMOUS HOSIERY. ALL NEW SEASONS SHADES, 10/11, 13/11 17/6 PAIR. SUMMER COATS OF CHARM POSITIVELY THE MOST USEFUL GARMENT OF MADAM'S SUMMER WARDROBE. FRILLS, FLARES AND PLEATS DELIGHTFULLY STYLED ARE FEATURED IN OUR SHOWING. BIEGE, NAVY AND BLACK ARE THE CORRECT COLORS. THEY FIT FOR SURE— NO MATTER WHAT FIGURE. PRICES: 37/6, 47/6 to 79/6. SUMMER FROCKS THE SMA...

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WHILE THE BILLY BOILS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

WHILE THE BILLY BOILS - The simplicity of some new ai'rivals to this fair land of ours is suprising. A couple of years back two sailors l-an away from a deep-sea boat at Townsville and made out West, living elong the road by devouring a supply of biscuits they had brought with tnem ana game xney caujjm. vy the way. On their arrival at a sheep station somewhere in the vicinity of Julia Creek they asked the squatter for a job. That individual looked at them suspiciously a'nd _ asked them what they had been living on during their long tramp. 'Well,' said one of the sailors, 'we had some biscuits and we used to kill wild sheep.' As that squatter had lost some of his jumbuclcs and suspected wandering nomads had been dining on them he almost chased the two men with a stick. * * » You do meet some queer customers in the West. Some time beck I pulled up near a station and accepted the invitation of a man engaged in V. ? ; ? J Vto-irA 1 UUllllg ueau cuccy 1-w itayt c. of tea with him. I glad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND CARS OF ANY I j DESCRIPTION We have several clients wishing to purchase good second hand cars and for cars suitable we are prepared to give the best prices obtainable , in N.S.W. Send all particulai's to GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEER ING COY. AGENTS FOR CHRYSLER CARS 'NEW SYSTEM' RADIO SETS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

;;feHELU 1 /^\ ^ 0 V ' /aNTLA V^y/ocrnM ***[ ? 1 \ ? KNOCK I _ I rv\wE(l I ' J-^g^STARTJKO/ J Hi £3§ fil mH '?- P ' / have tried aE the oflieris i- hut am back on Shell ' i More records ; have been created on : SHELL than on any I other Spirit i ' I ? — i I i ( '' j One spirit containing one excellent - quality is obviously not so good as one spirit containing all good qualities in perfect proportion. j §isil '' Tim weE halmced$pirit j A| TPHE skilful body design of the new Phaeton stresses every inch of its length. yjj Tffil -'-Its low lines reflect speed and stability. The seat cushions give adequate jw §| leg support, and the back cushions are moulded . for the body. Behind the Ii jjj neat wheel one acquires a new relish for the daylong drive. f Jag SPEED — Better than a mile a minute, £|i ACCELERATION — 5 to 2? miles per @8 hour in high gear in 8-£ seconds. -g ENDURANCE — 50 miles per hour with 1 out strain on motor or chassis. \ RIDING COMFORT— Comfortable travel g at high spee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

^ ipii iii Z^- % m Such nice presents can be obtained if you. collcct Kinkara Tea Labels and by using 'Mother's Choice' Flour and keeping tho Coupons, you have your present in half the time. Showroom: 99 Bathurst St., Sydney, Catalogues Post Free on Application Ii. '' A. SAUNDERS announce a Golden Jubilee SALE To celebrate this 50th year in Business N^VEMSEE 2nd to 17th SmWe at least 3h in i ( Which is the minimum reduction off Regular Prices ) Thousands of Bargains many at less than cost ! A. SAUNDERS, the largest Jewellery and Gift House in Aus tralia, ? during 50 years' trading have never had a Sale before! Now, to celebrate this Golden Jubilee Year, Sale Bargains which cannot be equalled or repeated are offered in all departments up to November 17th. Genuine reductions of from 15% to 50% off all but proprietary lines. Through being the biggest buyers direct from the world's leading manufacturers, A. SAUNDERS prices are always lowest for equal quality. Now, these bargains are alm...

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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

WARDEN'S COURT. John Albert Cheetham, Tumblong, applied for authority to enter on por tion 148, parish of Willie Ploma. Granted. Rent 2/- per acre per an nuam. ' Compensation £1 for shaft. Walter Percy , King-, Tumut, ap plied tor authority to enter on por tion 481, parish North Gundagai;! There was no appearance of 'applicant. Patrick Michael Landers, James Landers, Oscar I. Bell, Francis J. Bol lard, Thos. . O'Grady and John Jen kinsojii, applied for suspension of #labor conditions on P.L.L.'s, 2108 and 2109, North Gundagai. Adjourn ed for one month. James Landers, Gundagai, applied for a permit to search for gold on ten acres of portions 349 and 444, parish of Mooney Mooney., Granted for six months. Rent 2/- per acre; 10/'- per shaft compensation. Patrick Michael Landers, Gundagai, ! applied for authority to enter portion 444, parish Mooney Mooney, Granted fior six months. Rent 2/- per acre : 10/- per shaft compensation. William Leslie Hanloh, Muttama, applied for authority to en...

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BLANK CHARGES. AFTER BLANK BIFFED. INNKEEPER SCORES TWO "INS" AND AN "OUTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

BLANK CHARGES. AFTER BLANK BIFFED. INNKEEPER SCORES TWO 'INS' AND AN 'OUTER.' George Clarkson, 35, was charged with unlawfully assaulting William Blank, license of Coolac Hotel, at Coolac, on Sunday, 4th November. Mr. West appeared for Blank and Mi'. Dodds for defendant. Clarkson pleaded guilty and was | fined £5, witnesses expense 24/-, and | professional costs £1/1/-, in default one month. One month being allow ed to pay. The facts as stated were that defen dant, accompanied by four other men, called at complainant's Hotel and asked him for a drink on Sunday morning. At six o'clock the party returned form* Cootamundra and drinks were served, - but cash to ! pay for same was not forthcoming. I After some argument one of the j men. produced cash and paid for the \ drinks. Clarkson then hit Blank on the mouth and chin with his fist. John Archibald Watson pleaded not guilty to a charge of unlawfully es : saulting William Blank, and was de fended by Mr. -Dodds. j William Blank, hotelke...

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SMALL DEBTS CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

SMALL DEBTS CLAIM. In the Small Debts Court, J. Mc Guire proceeded against Mrs. Thos. Barton, claiming £18/10/- for goods sold and delivered, and for rent of house. A verdict was given for defendant, after a voluble statement had been made by complainant.

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