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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Miss Polsen and Billy Costelloe were discharged from Gundagai Hos pital yesterday. The Rev. Father Gregory, the Pas sionist Missioner, at St. Patrick's, each evening, is preaching sermons that will live for ever in the memories of his hearers. The Mission in Gun dagai finishes on Sunday next. tt * » Obit: Bob. Cruickshank, M.L.C. who once unsuccessfully contested Hume Federal seat against' Franc Falkiner. * * ' » Mr. P. Sullivan, one of the Jones' Creek family, was admitted to the Hospital yesterday, in a cri tical condition. « » ? Mr. W. Corin, M.I.C.E. who has lately been engaged in professional work in the Gundagai district, (says Adaminaby 'Advocate') is at present spending a short holiday at- Adamina by with his daughter Dr. Ruth Corin. * o * Mr. D. Boyton (who recently sold his Tarrabandra property), together with his wife and a couple of mem bers of his family, will shortly set out, on a two month's motor tour of this and adjoining States. » » » Mrs. Kiley, of Gu...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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GUNDAGAI COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

GUNDAGAI COURT. A lengthy list of cases were dealt with at Gundagai Court House on Monday last, before Mr. Harrison P.M. Several Children's Court c:ises occupied most of the afternoon and all the evening up to 10 o'clock. As a result the following cases from Coolac did not conclude till nigh mid night.

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS ? ? ? ? ? ? It is all over — now we may settle down to work. Statesman won! »- 'fi * Unveiling of Solidiers Memorial on Saturday. ? ? » Parker Moloney speaks at Gundajjai on Saturday afternoon. The Proliibs. won! Hoover beat Al. Smith for the United States Presidency. » ? ? The price of J. F. Burnes' contract (he was the successful tenderer) for additions to Gundagai public school, is £932/4/-. ? ? ? At the Adelong police court yes terday, before Mr. Harrison, P.M., W. Kite and J. Benson were each fined £2, with 8/- costs 'for being on the licensed premises of the Royal Hotel during prohibited hours. O. J. Gorman, J. Harrison, G. Pigram and N. Ferguson, for a similar offence, in connection with the Commercial Hotel, were similarly dealt with. ? ? ? Charged with the manslaughter of Kong Pow, aged 52 years, at Wanta badgery on Sunday afternoon. Cedric John Shinn, aged 23 years, appeared before Mr. D. F. Parker, P.M., at the Wagga Police Court on Monday On the application o...

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

Money BY SHOPPING AT STRIBLEY'S GUNDAGAI^ 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 SMARTEST I...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

ON THE LAND Special sheep sale at Cootamundra on Thursday, Nov. 22nd, by Messrs. Dalgetty and Co., Ltd. $ * * Messrs J. O. Robertson (Nargoon) and Jas. Robinson (Kimo), on Tues J.... f7DAA fV-o!v eVioor* fnr summer country at Long Plain, near Kiandra. T. Edson was in charge. $ * * A line of 1086 sucker lambs from ! Tumblong, avei-aged 19/- at Home bush on Monday. The consignors were D. T. Herbert Ltd., who have Mr. W. Whitticker's Jellingroe pro perty. ? ? » A mob of 1400 wethers, purchased by Mi-. W. Hassett, Grahamstown, for Mr. G. Quilter, 'Elamatta,' Gobar along, passed through Gundagai this week, bound for their new owner's place. » ? ? Nangus Station cattle were well at the top of the market at Honiebush on Monday. A line of 10 steers sold to £14/15/-, avg £14/11/-, 11 b at £12/14/3, 24 c and hfs to £11/19/-, avg £10/14/9.' * * # Stated that the area of land known as the Racecourse Leases, recently added to Gundagai Commons area, is to be withdrawn from control oC the Commons ...

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

ROLL UP AND HEAR PARKER MOLONEY. M.H.R. ' JTs* i '^1 ^ LABOR'S BRILLIANT CANDIDATE Address a Public Meeting AT GUNDAGAI ON SATURDAY NEXT, at 3 p.m. Everyone invited, especially Nat ionalists. VOTE THIS WAY:— 2 FLEMING, W. M. 3 Garry. J. J. I I MOLONEY, P. J. Mr. Moloney is admitted, even by his 1 political opponents, to be the best member this distx-ict has ever had. - Give him No. 1. J. GARDNER, Ox-ganiser - HUME ELECTION. - PARKER MOLONEY. Will Address the Electors as follows: FRIDAY, -NOVEMBER 9th. JUGIONG, 12 noon. COOLAC, 4 p.m. - ADELONG, 8 p.m. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th GUNDAGAI, 3 p.m. TUMUT, 8 p.m. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, 11th GRAHAMSTOWN, 8 p.m. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th. GILMORE, 12 noon. BATLOW, 3 p.m. TUMBARUMBA, 8 p.m. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th ROSEWOOD, 10 a.m. CARABOST, 12 noon. TARCUTTA, 3 p.m. THE ROCK, 8 p.m. J. GARDNER, 1 Organiser. GRAND SPORTS! Muttama Recreation Reserve. MUTTAMA Postponed from November 7th to WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. ENTRANCE TO GROUND FREE. Proceeds in aid o...

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GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL A NEW MATRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL A NEW MATRON. At a special meeting of the Gun dagai Hospital Committee, on Wed nesday night, there were present Messrs C. E. Butcher (President), S', H. Donnelly, Shaw, West, D. H. Rob errtrs, G. Palmer, Rev. S. G. Davis, and the secretary, Mr. McLaughlin. Lenethv consideration was given to the several applications for the position of Matron, and it was finally decided to appoint Miss Forbes Robinson, of Bowral, N.S.W. In the event of Miss Robinson not accepting, Miss Elenore Petitt, of Narribz-i, was made second choice, and Miss Josephine White, of Jenner Private Hospital, Pott's Point, third choice. The President and House Commit tee were deputed to draft a letter to the new Matron, embodying cer tain rules for her guidance, one of the most important of which will be that the Matron and Sister must not both be absent from the Hospital af any one time. 'DOUBLE BANKING' At the meeting the Secretary said he had written to various people in connection with t...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. KEN HOAD, M.L.A., SPEAKS ON BEHALF OF MR. PARKER MOLONEY, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. KEN HOAD, M.L.A., SPEAKS ON BEHALF OF MR. PARKER MOLONEY, M.H.R. For the past week Mr. Ken Hoad, M.L.A., has been organising and speaking in this district on behalf of Mr. Parker Moloney. He reports a very successful trip embracing Blowering, Batlow, Lacmalac, Adelong Trniinl rinolnc find Arlinnfrhillv. It would appear (he said) that Mr. Mol oney's unfortunate illness has caused his supporters to rally to his aid and most probably he will poll a larger vote than the highly satisfactory re cox-d in his favor in 1925. On Saturday Mr. Ken Hoad, M.L.A. addressed a well-attended meeting in Gundagai. Shire President Carberx-y chaix-ed the gathering. Mr. Hoad prefaced his remarks by pointing out that although there were thx-ee candidates in the field, the choice of the elector's was limited to a Labor or a Composite Govern ment, for the Country Party had been sold by its representatives for the 'sweets of' office,' in fact every C.P. member held i\ second paid po sit...

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

CRICKET ? ? ? ? ''????'????MniMiinmiiiimuumiiuiuillii The following team has been select ed to represent Gundagai Cricket Club against Mundarlo, on Sunday next, in Anzac Park. Players are notified to be early in attendance: — J. Boy ton, E. Bounader, E. Miller, V. Car berry, H. Gibbons, P. Sullivan, P Free stone, J. Lowiek, E. Dart, G. Owen, B. L. Lymtfi (l&th man.) s I - -

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

— ? — l GIRL'S AFTERNOON FROCK. 7106.— Just, the thing for afternoon wear and frock that' would delight any small Miss in her teens. Mater ial required, two and three-eight yards of 30 inch. To fit 10-12 years. Other sizes, 8-10, 12-14, 14-16 years. -^PAPER -PATTERN, »d. ' f. ? ' ' i SUIT AND ROMPERS. § 7141. — A small pair o'J sleeveless rom pers would be ideal for the hottest days. Material required, one and a half yard- of 30 inch. To fit 2 to 4 - years. Other sizes, 1 to 2, 4 to 6 years.— PAPER PATTERN, 9d. 7142.— The small boy's wardrobe is. not complete without a smart double breasted suit. Material required, three-quarters of a yard of 40 inch. To fit 2 to *4 years. Other sizes, 4 to 6 years; — PAPER PATTERN, 9d. ORDER FORM. Please Forward to me Pat tern No. ........ for which I enclose ? — Name ................ (State whether Mrs. or Miss) . Full ? ............... 'j - ' ? Postal - ; Address .............. Orders should be addressed to- — 'DAME DULClE,' Inde pendent,' Gundag...

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

ALEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC THE BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, U ? ? Send all your Car Troubles to Butcher's Garaqe, at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Cars, Graham Bros. Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. WOOL CRUTCHINGS. We have direct outlet for unlimited quantity crutchings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101 ^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated from the Slectric Light or potuer socket. KO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appearance, and houses the power pack for -the All-Electric Model. Stations are 'tuned...

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

THE INDEPENDENT ? :o: ? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1928.

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My Lady's Corner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OF THE "INDEPENDENT" SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

My Lady's Corner. j SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OF THE 'INDEPENDENT' j j SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS j (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Booked Gundagai as their future home, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Edwards. They are a pair of newly-weds, and it all happened at Albury Methodist Church last Saturday. We all know Ei-nie Edwards — he was a boon com panion of Max Hargreaves — Max, you know, who dances so divinely and pl;iys the piano well. Well, Max stood by Ernie's side on Saturday when he wed Miss May Bennett, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bennett, of Albury. Dad Bennett did the giving away, and Ernie Ma lone, of Tarrabandra, also came into the picture — he was groomsman. The bride, so my male chum tells me, was a picture of sweet simplic ity in a frock of white satin of un even hem, skirt trimmed with tiny tulle frills, and wore a lovely lace -veil arranged with a tiny trail of orange buds and clusters of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bou quet...

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SETTING THE PACE. BONGONGOLONG DANCES. DOLLARS INTO HOSPITAL CHEST [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

SETTING THE PACE. BONGONGOLONG DANCES. DOLLARS INTO HOSPITAL CHEST (By our Special Representative 'Laddie.') The Bongongolongers are throwing out their chests. They had a hot and happy crowd at the old-time dance, in aid of Gnndu^ai Hospital on Tues day, and, taking £30 at- t-he door, and, adding another £2u, by 'this and that,' at least i'50 will handed to the Hospital. .Thai, with £50 sub sidy, will mean ;.Bor.gongolong has done its share of shifting- the Hospit al chariot out of financial mire. The dancing was i^iil of nip rriment and jollity, and Per^vai Bros., of Tumut, squeezed the jioncertina and scraped the violin, until both gave iorth sounds that coaxed George Mobbs, with his wooden leg, and Tom Woodbridge, long since retired from the dancing avenue, to arise and gambol like crossbred lambs. The 'Potts Pointers' were catered for by Mrs. Jas. Woodbridge and Mr. S. H. Donnelly, who 'tickled the ivories' of the hall piano until they hiccough ed the concealed melody that was i...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. The Linlithgow Stakes, run to-day, was a magnificent race. Gothic won, with Amounis just defeating Fourth Hand for second place. 3 A United States message intimates that Hoover had an overwhelming win in the Presidency election. He carried 40 States ,as against Al. Smith's 8. At a trial at Darwin of two natives, i'qr alleged murder of Frederick Brooks, at Alice Springs, evidence was given that the morning after the crime was committed, the police ar rived on the scene and shot eight natives, only the two accused escap ing. - In the Victorian Legislative As sembly, the leader of the Opposition gave notice of a want of confidence I motion in the Government. The re i suit depends upon the attitude of four members of the Country-Progressive party whose support is claimed by both sides. The Nationalists meeting in the Town Hall, Sydney last night, was of the rowdiest ever held in that civic centre. A large percentage of those present evidently belonged! ...

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

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MAIZE VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

MAIZE VALUES. jj| The price of maize in Sydney IJIj ... is 4/3 to 4/4. v

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TUMUT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

TUMUT RACES. Tumut Race Club report the best nominations ever received for a Spr ing meeting there, 62 horses being engaged as follows, on Wednesday and Thursday of next week: — Maiden Plate: Bombardor,' Here time, Vicks, Workman, Coolac Maid, Arkaba, Gloomara, Paibol, Eilorue, Eskimo, Fleet Limb, S'purbrand, Special, Gadabarasal, Roseleath, For est Bill, Yalawala, Imposter. Spring Handicap: War Hie, Bul tony, Keilvan, Lartonia, Alroon, Val oden, Clinton, Miss Thelma. Shorts Handicap: Kangoola, Change Here, Extravagant, Eolus, Aerolith, Jessiloo, Agitatpr, Lartonia, Gadara B : Algerian Prince, Golden Poppy, Bop , pa, Collision, Our Toss, Idalia, Den | man. First Trial Handicap: Light Hob ble, Paralta, Calancelle, Kenelph, Garnoni, Mylora,' Oat Eater, Duke Bronze, Lady Falatis,- Bluefera, Val bria. Hightweight Handicap: Change Here, Mylora, Linnack, Red Bui', Repudonia, Jessilla, Boylotta, Agita tor, Valoden, Kenilcourt. Clinton, Algerian Prince, Boppa, Colusion, Denman.

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

PRELIMINARY NOTICE SPECIAL CATTLE SALE W. E. KYLlT & CO. Will sell by Public Auction at their | Sale Yards, Gundagai on SATURDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1928. at 2 o'clock sharp 200 HEAD FAT AND STORE CATTLE. ENTRIES INVITED. FULL PARTICULARS LATER ISSUE. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. COOTAMUNDRA. THURSDAY, 22 NOVEMBER, 1928. Owners intending to offer sheep at this sale should supply FULL PARTICULARS EARLY, as the ad vertising is to be extensive. Dalgety and Company, Ltd. Auctioneers, Cootamundra. LOST. Knife Long Bar GOLD BROOCH, with large diamond in centre. Reward, THIS OFFICE. ( LOST. SMALL POSY of FLOWERS, with Brooch in centre. Reward at THIS OFFICE.'\ LOST. I Spare wire Motor Wheel and Tym. within a mile of Gundagai. Reward: THIS OFFICE. / ? & RETURNED SOLDIERS LEAGUE. ? fd A MEETING of the abovc^will be held in Irwin's Garage on FRIDAY NEXT?, Novetaber 9th, at KS p.m. sharp. BUSINESS': Matters re the unveil ing- of the Memorial. Also regarding our assistance on Hospital Day. J. ...

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PASTORAL. CONTROL OF THE BLOWFLY. DESTRUCTION AND POISONING OF CARCASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

PASTORAL. CONTROL OF THE BLOWFLY. ! DESTRUCTION AND POISONING OF CARCASES. While the burning of all carcases and offal to prevent the breeding of blowflies is strongly advocated, states a departmental pamphlet on the sub ject of blowfly control, such difficul ties as -shortage of wood and labour and the danger of fire are fully ap preciated. Where burning is possible the most effective mehods are to pile up a good fire and place the carcase on top, or dig a shallow trench and then to lay the carcases across the top, if possible support j by bars or stout.pieces of wood. In both these methods the whole carcase i will be burnt, whereas if the fire is only heaped on the carcases there is always a considerable chance that while the top may be scorched or burned the lower part of the cai-case remains comparatively undamaged, and consequently is available as a developing ground for maggots. It j may be that there are already large numbers of well-developed maggots underneath the carcase; ...

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