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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

W. FSemiirig^ Co., THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. iiisiiHiiiiiiitiiittiiiiiiHiiiiMiiiiiimifimiiiniiHtiitijtiitiitiitiMifiinititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiittiiitiitiiiiiiiiii ' Just a few AFTER SALE SPECIALS in the Furniture Department:— Bedroom Suite, all Oak throughout, Comprising Oak Wardrobe, large oval Plate Glass Mirror, Oak Dressing Table to match, with oval Mirror, Oak Pedestal. Price for this week only : £12 19s ®d3 Our Values are always The Best in all Departments. Our Groceries are always Freshest, and only Best Brands stocked: You Save Money and get Better Satisfaction, all the year round at THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. S2ST. FLEMIMG ' 'Phone 18. ~ , i. . . ? Send all your Car Troubles to Butcher's Garage, at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Gars, Graham Bros. Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. IB « . w w © -O £ m « g 2 X s 2 -p © O o O r 0 ? ? I! o- ^ HH Pi a 5 c J1® ? ! n 'S 1 0 # 'C « n 1 1, ^ z uhii L i ? : * ?S U9 .£ * I 5 |...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

WARNING ! I I ^IJnder Prohibition it I \ jBH wouId be a CRIMINAL In /f'BB? OFFENCE to keep a f \ little brandy in your 1L JSP MB home in case of sickness Voting is You could not keep any such Compulsory, stimulants for emergencies. Penalty £2. ©S Prohibition BEWARE ! D^Xy. I PutyewtXW' Setfom Jaiuvie [V|*'^s! O ? -III-K-*1' ' / \ I I The Liquor Trades Dcfencc Union of N.S.W. ® f WOOL eRUTCHINGS. We have direct ontSet for unlimited quantity crutcSiings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. iiaiSIB15EEM3ISIiI3MMaMSiaM3IS15I@ISISISIi' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101. II— ? ? ? ' ? ' - WE ARE BUYERS FOR EXPORT, NOT DEALERS— RABBITSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, Etc. 1 ? ; ? ! SPOT CASH RULING. .£ -v,..-. MARKET / RATES, 5 LORRY RUNNING REGULARLY GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING ELSEWHERE IT WILL PAY YOU, _____ 7 THOS. Wo GREEN and Co., Ltd, The Big Skin Exporters. THE MARKETS aiiiiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

t~-~.~™~-.~. J.^ ? A -WEI9PIESDJIV, A0«. 29. Here t liu- ... pe o. 'nature that made pictures popular, and it comes trom Engh-.uds ?-est ... udios. ; ROSES OF PICARDY' With ib.v pr.ft'.ii.'ii- screen star Lillian Hall Davis. An all British production that has set a new standard. See this enthralling motion picture that has been received with great enthusism everywhere it has een shown. Patrons, the management thoroughly recommends this to be seen by all. Additional Feature — Ranger the wonder dog in ? — 'FLAMING FURY' See this wonderful animal that does everything that humans can do except talk. IIIIBBBBHIBS Also Comedy Gazette and Felix. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1— Marion Davies in 'THE FAIR CO-ED.' Also ' Charles Murray and Jack Mulhall in 'THE POOR NUT.' WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5— John Gilbert in 'BARDSLEY THE MAGNIFI CIENT.' Also Fred Thomson in 'THE REGULAR SCOUT.' SATURDAY, SEPT. 8 — Ramon Navarro in 'THE ROAD TO ROMANCE' Also Viola Diana in 'The GREAT LOVE.' WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12. — Esther Ral...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

The farmers and their families will all be there. The .event of the year — the annual re-urii'on ''at the Farmers' Ball — Friday next.*

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OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS GRIFFITH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS GRIFFITH The season is well advanced in the new wheat districts between Griffith a'nd Hillston. In the Monia ? Gap and Bunda districts the crops ' are already out in ear. There are some good crops, but good rains ; are urgently, needed. j Mr. J. II. Kelly has resigned from the position of president of the Wade Shire Council. Matron See, who has been m charge of the Griffith Public Hos pital for the past four' years, has resigned.' As a result of the recent orange week, approximately one hundred cases of oranges were donated to the Griffith Public Hospital. The hospital will benefit to the extent if over £25.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

WANTED i HOUSEMAID. — Apply Mrs. LAV ELLE, Club House Hotel. LOST. In Sheridan-S'treet, Gundagai, on Saturday Afternoon, BLACK HAND BAG, containing papers and book, valuable to owner only. Reward. THIS OFFICE. GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL REVISION COURT ?\Tr»TTri-r7t 1 ? 1. « io nereoy given tnafc a Revision , Court to revise the Lists of Electors of the above Shire will be held on MONDAY, the third day 0f September, 1928, at eleven a.m., at the Court House, Gundagai. A. J. BROWNING, Shire Clerk. A SOCIAL McNAMARA'S HALL, GRAHAMS TOWN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1928 A MAGNIFICENT SUPPER Tickets— Gents, 4/; Ladies, 3/ MUSIC BY WEEDEN'S WONDER ORCHESTRA R. H. MOON, Secretary. MOTOR TO WAGGA CAR LEAVES GUNDAGAI, 6.30 a.m. NEXT THURSDAY, for Wagga, returning same night. W. B. MUirKAY. Phone 118. RESIDENCE TO LET. Apply: K. R. KNOX, Chemist, Gundagai. THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wednesday: B^k StaJ.j.oR 'Creek 7.30 p.m. ' Thursday: Jackal^, 7.30 p.m. Friday: Tarabandra, 7.30 p.m (Mr. Sheather's...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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BARELLAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

BARELLAN Miss Lorna Bribble, daughter of the rector of Barellan, carries the title of all-round champion athlete of St. Gabriel's College, Sydney. The /?liefirmfirm vroe o-f- sports carnival. A quiet, but pretty wedding was solemnised at All Saints, Edgecliffe, on the 1st instant, the contracting parties being Mr. J. J. Darcy, son of the late M. J. Darcy, formerly of Barellan, and Miss Florence Ritchie, daughter of the late Robert and Mrs. Ritchie, of Double Bay. Shooters using pea rifles are to be avoided. The deadly pea rifle has its evidence in one of Mr. H. Over's cows. When brought into the yard last week-end it was noticed that it had been shot high up in the front leg. A little to one side and Mr. Overs would have lost a good beast. As it is, the bullet has occasioned serious damage. It is thought a care less shooter is responsible for the wounded animal.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

COOTAMUNDRA Cootamundra council has .author ised the Mayor, as president of the South-West Tablelands Water Sup ply Association, to convene a meet ing of the executive at Cootamundra on September 6, to arrange a' depu- i tation to urge the Government to push on with the Burrenjuck scheme. It is proposed to pump water from the Murrumbidgee River at Jugiong, to settling tf.nks on Cowong Moun tains, from which it will be gravitated to Cootamundra, Stockinbingal, Te mora, Barmedman, Wyalong, Gren f ell, Young, Murrumburrah, and Harden. Th deputation will point out the need for an ample water sup ply to these towns by using the hydro electric scheme for pumping. Mr. R. .Sheedy, who sustained a slightly fractured rib in last Wed nesday's Maher Cup match, turned up to work next morning, an 3 is' lay- ing bricks a's usual. 'Work is bet ter than loafing in bed,' he remarked At the Cootamundra police court on Thursday, George Ponting- was charged with, and pleaded guilty to drunkeness in Park...

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WILL HE WIN? HUME ELECTORATE Mr. J. J. Garry's Candidature [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

WILL HE WIN ? HUME ELECTORATE Mr. J. J. Qarry's . Candidature Mr. J. J. Garry, selected Nation alist candidate for the Federal elect orate of Hume, was born at Bina long- (in the electorate), and repre sents the third generation of the Garry family who have spent their lives in that district. He was educat ed at St. Joseph's College, Sydney, and graduated as a Bachelor of En gineering at the Sydney University. After that he gained a close acquaint anceship with hard toil by working in the Gympie (Q) mines. ? In 1906 Mr. Garry settled on a farming and grazing property at Bin along, and — except for war service, and varied business interests — he has lived there practically ever since. He was for 17 years a member of the Shire Council — part of the time as President; he was a director of the P.P. Board at Young; he has been a director of the Goulburn Woollen Mills since their inception; he is a director of Dominion Films Limited: and in other ways he has given prac tical support to pu...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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SYNDICATE TO BUILD SHEEP SALE YARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

SYNDICATE TO BUILD SHEEP SALE YARDS A - meeting, under the chairman ship of Mr. T. A. Boyton, was held on Thursday last, when the matter of erecting sheep sale yards in Gun dagai was considered1. All m-esent at the meetine: were ! appointed to form a provisional com mittee, with Mr. N. W. Holman in the capacity of hon. sec. The chairman pointed out the ne cessity for sheep sale yards at Gun dagai, stating that he considered that a very wise, and generally advanta geous step, was being taken by those present in moving in this direction. It was agreed that a syndicate be formed to secure land and to erect sheep sale yards at Gundagai. Em bodied in this motion, it was also decided that the Gundagai Shire I Council should be allowed the right to -purchase, at anv time, the yards from the Syndicate, the price to be no less that the saleyards and land cost the syndicate. It was decided that the minimum share allotted to any one subscriber of the syndicate should be £10, and the maximum £5...

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WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

WAGGA At least one case of attempted bag-snatching ocurred oh the Wagga Showground last week. A party of several ladies and gents, were stand in r-' f.nll-intv in ,r.-nnt nf th o Ti nmmrmd Hall, when a couple of men ap proached. One, to attract the par ty's attention, stood on the foot 9f one of the ladies, whilst the other snatched a handbag from another. The girl pluckily tackled' the man and wrested the bag from him and he and his accomplice made off into the crowd. Mrs. Geo. Rudd has had the sad news from her niece of the death of her husband, Mr. B. L. Phelan, of Terrigal, formerly of Wagga. Mr. Phek'n has been ailing for some time and spent lust Luminal- on the Blue Mountains in search of better health. The body was brought to Wagga for interment.

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

TOWN TOPICS Cheap train from Gundagai on Saturday next. % 9 9 Two cases from Tumut will be heard at Gundagai district court next week, cases. » ?. ? People to-dlay, don't like long ser mons or long- addresses. It is the time of short hair, short skirts, and short everything — except 'short i debts.' 9 9,9 j--asi weeK-ena uu une pians xor i Gundagai's new electrical installation I at the waterworks arrived in town. | A quick start will be made to put it into position. * * * 'By jovei you are lucky in Gunda gai,' said a visitor to town, on Friday. ' 'Y ou have the best water supply and the best electrical light ing system in the State.' . w * a To Subscriber. — Mt. Kosciusko is only 68 ft. higher than Mt. Town send. Table Top, 12 miles from Kiandra, is 1478 ft. lower than 'Kossy.' ? ? ? It is at Grahamstown on Sept. 14th next that the Oddfellows will hold a big ball, a real Grahamstown supper, and music by Weeden's Won der Orchestra. * m * 1 An old man from Jugiong who de veloped sign...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

I We Deliver Orders I All Weadiers! ? J If you finer it inconvenient to come rST N/ mia j dovJn tovJn to make your purchases, I ** \P ft 'tie will send a messenger to ^our MCrayV — g home \Cith the desired article. §1 Orders received o'Oer our pKone xOill he »t- 'T* ^§0}ei!' i tended to immediately and despatched per -/ Ml mira messenger as rapidly as circumstances permit. Mbj, ' R fSB Hisa Deliveries -will he made at all times of the d«j- and in all If /\ j J$|j |H leathers. A Remember, ^hen you need any article that a U chemist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 and nrrrr^il ha-Je it delivered. No charge is made for delivery. jjl-grrj'l -JBeL , J As Near as Your Telephone || || R. R. KNOX, Mj.s..ph.c CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN, 1 GUNDAGAI 1 fflHlUllinilllilUlinElUlllillUlIIilllMlllIIBltiBflnifinHinuIIBinB

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

We Give WITH EVERY PLAYER PIANO PURCHASED BEFORE 31st AUGUST, 1928 v ' i A Beautiful4 Roll Cabinei £12/12/ 1 24 PLAYER ROLLS | £6/ 1 8 3 (Your Own Selection). 3 I A Player Bench 1 £2/10/ 3 a 3 And as a further concess | sion we have decided to 3 pay freight frOm Sydney 3 and other delivery charges | on Players purchased frOm I us during the GIFT PERIOD a P;i f I' ' RUDOLF. THE ARISTOTRAT -f PLAYER PIANOS (ESTABLISHED 1867) [?] Highest Award Columbian Exposition 1893 1 Right throughout Australia to-day there is a Sound and Solid Preference for RUDOLF PLAYER @ PIANOS. On the Market there are Cheaper Makes of Players Pianos, but TRUE ECONOMY does not ne- j| cessarily mean purchasing the Cheapest Instrument. There are Six Different Models of RUDOLF PLAYER s PIANOS to choose from. Each is sold, as a matter of principle, at the Lowest Possible Price. Each may gj 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 ...

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SHORT CUT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

SHORT CUT Recently a party*of city motorists, on their way back from a beauty spot, decided to help themselves to the fruit of a certain orchard. They had about half-filled a hamper, when three men, armed with a gun apiece, c.'uu wv;cuiiipaiucu uy -x uug, uauic w war.ds them through a' clump of scrub. Realising the futility of trying to escape, one of the motorists dived his hand into his poelcet as the trio ap peared, and, producing some cash, salid : 'We were just going up to the house to pay. There's about five bobs' worth here, so take this.' The foremost of the trio ignored the proffered money, and answered: 'It's worth a quid, and if some people were nasty they'd send you along for pinching the stuff.' Without stopping to argue, the motorist fished out a note and hand ed it over; then with his scared friends he made a hasty retreat to the car. When the vehicle hai'd disappeared, the leader oi- the trio turned with a grin to his cobbers. 'Lucky we took the short cut home throug...

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THE WOOL MARKET VALUES EQUAL LAST SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

THE WOOL MARKET VALUES EQUAL LAST SEPTEMBER Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. report: Demand for wool has gathered more strength as the Sydney auctions have progressed and in the vicinity of 90 npr npnt._ nfl +.Vie» nfFaviricrc Viqvp changed hands at auction. Values for most wools are on the basis rul ing at the opening sales of 1927. Owing to 'the heavier condition of the clips, that fact is not generally apparent in the prices secured in the grease by owners, but on a clean basis the raw material is costing pur chasers the same figures as a year ago All growers are not similarly situat ed, but some wethers have cut 21b. more fleece than in 1917. . That re- I suit shows the larger amount of yolk the fleece is carrying. The follow ing quotations give ' the approximate prices, for Western anci North West ern wools, carrying more or less dust and burr have realised: — Super Merino fleece, 25d upwards. Good Merino fleece . . 18d to 24d Average Merino fleece, 18d to 203d Inferior Merino fleece, ...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day.' John Patrick Reynolds, . 18, who was arrested by the police on Fri day, charged with vagrancy, was last night charged with the murder of Mrs. Sarah Jane Falvey and her sis ter, Miss Esther Vaughan, both of \vVimn ww'fl sVint. rioflrl in cVmn at Marrickville on night of June 20th j by an armed man. It is alleged that when Reynolds was lined up, ! with 11 other men, he was identified j by the man who gave a description ! of the murderer on the night of the ' crime. | Hubert Ball, 23, son of the pro- 1 prietor of the Milton 'Times,' was killed yesterday in a collision be- ! tween a service bus and a motor j cycle, near Benandra, 0n the far ' south coast. None, of the other pas- - seng-ers were injured. { Dr. Arthur, Minister for Health, - says that it is untrue that he favours ! segregation of all tuberculosis pa!- ' tients. He. considers that such ac- . tion would not only be cruel, but ' unnecessary. He added that patients ? who had been treated to ...

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SHEARERS OF THE PAST RINGERS OF THE WESTERN SHEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

SHEARERS OF THE PAST] RINGERS OF THE WESTERN SHEDS (By 'Bill Bowyang') At a sheep-shearing contest held at Sydney the other d'ay, a man nam ed P. Mai'gin, who is over 60 years of age, finished his first and second sheep in front of the other competi -? j tors, but the judge's verdict event- 1 ufilly went to a younger man. Mar gin was loudly applauded by the crowd for his excellent workmanship, and it is only right that he should have received such recognition, for Vio wna nnc nf fhp nld-timp.rs who used the blades before there wais such a thing as machine shearing. There were some fine shearers in those days, and in this short article I hope to name a few of them. With the advent of closer settle , ment shearing in the Southern States is not on sucn a large suaie as m Queensland. The best shearers follow the sheds in this State because work, carried on from February to Decem ber is very profitable, while the shearing in N.S.W. is mostly done by farmers filling in time between sow in...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

TENNIS Jugiong went to Tumblong yester day in an effort to lift the Gobarra long Cup, but were unsuccessful, the home team winning by 19 sets 136 games to 7 sets 99 games. Detailed scores are as follows, Tumblong being firsf--mpntionf-d ! — A. Smith and R. Moon v. Ryan and O'Mara 1-6, 6-4; v. Purtell and Wells 6-2, v. Cooney and Osborne 6-1, v. , Purtell and Coggan 6-3. ; A.' Gittoes and R. Luff v. Purtell and Wells 6-3, 6-4 ; v. Purtell and Coggan 6-3; v. Cooney and Osborne 6-4, v. Ryan and O'Mara 6-3. W. Gittoes and' Crain v. Cooney and Osborne 6-1, 6-2; v. Purtell and Coggan .1-6, v. .Purtell and Wells 6-5, v. Ryan and. O'Mara 5-6 C. Hartnett and Williamson v. Pur tell and Cog-gan 5-6, v.. Ryan and O'Mara 3-6, v. Purtell and Welis 6-5, V-. Cooney and Osborne 6-4. ' Mrs. Turner and Miss Murphy V. Misses Clayton and Gambell 5-6, 6-1. A.: Gittoes and Mrs. Turner v. Ryan and Miss Gambell 6-3,. v. Wells and Miss Clayton 3-6. Moon and Miss Murpliy v. Coggan anil. Miss Clayton 6-5,.- v,...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 August 1928

POLITICAL PIPS All things to all men! At Bethun gra, the other night, when Ken Hoad wanted to 'carry the news to Garcia,' in the shape of a speech condemnatory of Prohibition, the multitude had gone to Lloyd Sisters' Circus. Then Mahomet went to the mountain.' Ken secured permission of the Lloyd girls to do a 'star' turn, and for 30 minutes the lions and the tigers stopped growling, and the clown amused himself shewing j peanuts, whilst the member for Cootamundra showed the folly of trying to stop man from drinking beer. When he lia;J finished the circus band, to show it was neutral, played, 'Shall we Tidley at the Fountain?' » ♦ * Shades of their grandfathers! It is stated that the biggest antiPro hibition centre in the Cootamundra electorate, is the village of Coolac, and that it will give substantial 'wowser' vote next Saturday. Truly 'every picture tells a story!' * * ♦ Judging by the evidence that is being given by witnesses at the Town Hall Commission a big percentage of men w...

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