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Tumut Budget THE LONE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

T umut Budget iMtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiniittiimtMiiinimmiimiiiuiitimiMiiimiimiitiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiimitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiitiiiiMiiiiim THE LONE GUARDIAN. Tumut's C.P.S., Mr. F. W. Smart, J has been given another job. The authorities have thrust on him the honor of Guardian of Minors, and, if we mistake not, he is the only^ C.P.S. in the State that occupies such a post. * * ♦ THE FATAL MEASLES. Measles, as a primary cause, has been responsible for two deaths in Tumut in two weeks. On Monday last Mrs. Green, wife of Mr. Clarrie Green, of Tumut Plains, succumbed, measles being' the cause; followed by j complications ensuing on the birth j of a child. Mrs. Green was 28 years of age, and was formerly a Miss Burgess. She was married only last year. The funeral took place on Tnpsdr.v. the Rev. Father Sharkey reading the burial service. j THE RIGHT SPIRIT. Good it is to see our citizens tak ing a live interest in the welfare of; the Shire, as is shown by the large number of nominations ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

NOW ALL I / DODGE BROTKESIS INC. ANNOUNCES : FOR ITS CRAMAH BROTHERS TRUCK LINE & Cyi insist Eiigines - ; i IN ALL SIZES AND TYPES 4»WfaeeH Brakes ON ALL SIZES AND TYPES EeOf^OMV LOW K»d.BCES DEPENDABILITY a.^jtinays as always as always ' v __ ? , . t Graham Brothers Trucks are . ? / built In the chassis sizes that \V^ ? , // meet 9SS ol all hauling needs YOU may now have all the performance advan tages of 6-cylinder engine and 4-wheel brakes on any size or type of Graham Brothers Trucks and Buses. Six-cylinder power . . . Six cylinder speed . . Six cylinder operating ease . . . The snap of 6-cylinder ac celeration and the safety of 4-wheei hydraulic brake de celeration . . . Four-speed transmission on all 25-cwi., 35-cwt. and 2£-ton models. See these trucks to-day . . . Exact size and type for your business. Drive one. Com pare them — for price, for value, for appearance, for their ability to do your job and make you money — with any truck you ever consid ered good value. Y...

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

CATTLE VALUES. 1111 „ , r ^ . ' Values for prime cattle were ;. IJIj 10/- to 20/- lower. 11!

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XX. BELLA LISTENS TO A GRUESOME STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

mtrnrnm SERIAL STORYa The Patal I Q tBondage I S? Q CHAPTER XX. BELLA LISTENS TO A GRUESOME STORY. Inside the tram lines straw had been laid down before the little house j in the Kennington Road, and every- ' thing possible done to exclude noise from the sick room. The rear of the premises was fairly quiet — save, for the snorting and screaming engines, as the suburban trains rattled by, j causing the very floors to shake un- ( der the vibrations. And at every shriek and whistle Adeline started violently in her deli rium. She appeared oblivious of her surroundings — so far as to imagine herself back at Pendower — and yet, in the midst of her wanderings she seemed to recognize Bella, to cling to Bella as her one and only friend ? the belief that 'blood ran thicker than water' seemed to pervade her wildest delusions. For, of . course, her crazy chatter amounted to noth ing more. f'Bother Jim and his convict,' was Bella's reflection; that semed to have been the last straw, to have put ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY THE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

Sat homebush to-day! THE SHEEP MARKET. |J Sheep at noon to-day were J|jj 1/- lower; lambs unaltered. Ill ? ? ? = ... ? . . = . . ? . ,'lil

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE NEW CHRYSLER 65. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

; THE NEW CHRYSLER 65. IJf Chrysler had devised nothing moi'e than the new slender profile x-adiator for the Chrysler 65, that would have been distinctive enough to mark an outstanding difference between the Chrysler 65, and any thing that competes with it. Chry sler engineers have surpassed them- i selves in improving the power plant and chassis, which had already been regarded as supreme. NOTABLE ENGINE DEVELOP MENTS. The New 65 power plant is feat ured by Chrysler's latest and great est engine development — the 'Silver Dome' high compression head. This remarkable engine, using .ordinary petrol, delivers the advantages of lllgu glCftl-CX puucij greater smoothness, phenomenal ac celeration, higher speed and all-round pei'formance. The new 'Silver Dome' engine is astonishing for its ability to work under sustained speed continuously. At 65 and more miles an hour, the engine is quiet and smooth running — a perfectly balanced power plant. Rubber installation between the en gine mounti...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDMY-BOURKE RECORD. ANOTHER SUCCESS FOR SMITH ON GOODYEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

SYDNEY-BOURKE RECORD. ANOTHER SUCCESS FOR SMITH ON GOODYEARS. Norman Smith has added another ! 'scalp to his belt.' In the same j Studebaker Commander roadster ! shod with Goodyear tyres that has | altered so many Australian record figures, he did the Sydney-Bourke run in 10 hours 58 minutes — 512 miles of 'not so good' roads at an average speed of 46.7 m.p.h. The previous record was lowered by lhr. 17 mm. The Goodyear-shod Studebaker roadster in question, it is claimed, is a strictly stock model in every res pect except for extra leaves in the springs. It also holds the Fremantle to Melbourne, Fremantle to Sydney, Fremantle to Brisbane, Adelaide to Sydney, Adelaide to Brisbane Lnd Melbourne to Brisbane records, also every Australian speed and endur ance record from 1 to 24 hours, and 100 to 1700 miles. It established the Australian 24-ho.ur refcord', 54i which time it travelled 17015 miles.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SNAGGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 November 1928

THE SNAGGER. (By the Man from Jugiong.) I was making down the river, seeking some shearing, ? Called in at- Burrabogie, and there I got a pen. It was late in Julv but. the weather was -clearing, I was only a snagger, and the slowest of men. I answered the roll call, . secured combs -and cutters, And early next morning they gave us a start. - Off came the golden fleeces, I closed up my shutters I couldn't hold a candle to the lowest on the cKart. ^ There were some 'big guns' that were x-ight on the job, They made the pace as fast as a furious .welter, Their tallies were stuck up in a bally great mob, All under two hundred, were on view in the 'shelter, Phil Garlic, the drummer, said, 'The pace was a sneezer,' And sent his sheep down the shoot with a smack, I took magnificent blows from the eater to bi'eezex*, But I couldn't keep up, so I worked for the sack. I got chipped very often (though I did my very best), From the men that were 'runing the joint,' Big tallies continued, we cut ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL A STREET CARNIVAL will be held on SATURDAY, 24th November next, to raise funds for 'the Hospital. Many Spectacular Novelties will ba oisplayed. Further particulars will be adver tised later. j. f. Mclaughlin, Secretary. RABBIT TRAPPERS. GOOD COUNTRY AVAILABLE. 1/- per pair on Lorry. Turnout necessary. Apply, FREEZING WORKS. REMOVAL D. P. TURNER Has Removed HIS DENTAL CHAMBERS , to Rooms over Mr. R. Knox's Chemist Shop.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BETTER THAN WREN. CASTRISSIONS AND CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

BETTER THAN WREN. I ffiitiiHtiitiimiiiimitiiimiiitiiimmitituHmitiHiimmiiHit CASTRISSIONS AND CHARITY. | ? I Jack Wren, the wealthy Melbourne bookmaker, gave £1000 last week, to j alleviate distress in Melbourne, and all the daily papers starred the gift. ' But is Wren's £1000 to be compar- J ed with the gift of the Gundagai ? firm, which handed over its business ' for the day to the local Hospital? . Mind ye, the firm, Castrission Bros. I took not a penny of the proceeds. 1 They placed their shop, and goods ! at the Hospital Committee's disposal, ' and every penny spent in the shop | on Thursday went into the Hospital I coffers. ! We have no hesitation in stating | that Castrission Bros., action is one j that bears the stamp of true charity, j for, with subsidy, the Hospital will ' will benefit to the extent of £120. j Suppose we all emulated the Cas- j trissions, and gave over our businesses j for a day to help the sick and needy — what an advertisment for the dis trict it would me...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMORIAL UNVEILING. GUNDAGAI'S AMBITION CONSUMMATED AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

MEMORIAL UNVEILING. . GUNDAGAI'S AMBITION CON- . SUMMATED AT LAST. Saturday last, just ten years after the conclusion of the terrible world war, over a thousand folk stood bare headed in Sheridan-street while Brigadier General Cox unveiled a memorial monument erected in mem ory of the Gundagai town and dis trict heroes who offered their sev . vices therein in defence of their country. The Memorial Monument is an im posing ??strycUae, weighing; over 32 tons, and Iv?r. F. Rusconi deserves congratiiV.it v.m for „he excellent work he put into it* erection. The concrete foundation is . set on rock, arid then conic tluoe steps of Syd nty sandstone, 12 x 12 feet and IS inches high. Tjhe trachyte base, 6x6 feet and 3 inches high, is set on the-sandst^» The trachyte base has a polish^® panel on each side, and on the w^Tern panel is the inscription: 'Erected to the Glory of God and the Honor of Brave Men by a grateful People. Great War 1914 — 1918.' Above this are four polished trachyte piers...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

LEGAL WILSON and DODDS SOLICITORS, ETC. W. H. WILSON, B.A., LLB. FRED. A. DODDS Gundagai, and at 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. WEEKES and WEST, Solicitors, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Ph. 54. Gundagai. D. P. TURNER, DENTIST SHERIDAN STREET, I GUNDAGAI. MR. L. J. CONDON, Surgeon Dentist, WYNYARD STREET, TUMUT THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE CHOCOLATES TOM. WEBBY 'THE LOLLY KING.1* Is Now Taking Orders for XMAS BOXES OF CHOCOLATES— some thing that is classy and toothsome. Order Early and Secure a Present worth sending. . Don't delay. Ring Phone 94, Gun dagai. ! ROBERT E. MOORE 1 j|| Qualified Electrical j||{ I E~ i X DISTRIBUTORS FOR: X I WESTINGHOUSE ELEC- ||jj X TRICAL WARE AND x III L^f- II fill IRWIN'S GARAGE, m III GUNDAGAI. [Ill BELL AND WYLIE HAIRDRESSERS and TOBACCONISTS (Late of Melbourne). Have commenced business in Sheri dan-street, next to Criterion Hotel. ALL CLASSES OF WORK DONE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER LadieS Specially Catered For CAUTION From this date all Persons found TRESPASSING (H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

THE INDEPENDENT ? ;o : ? MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1928.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

SPECIAL STOCK SALE ; 300 CATTLE 300 W. E. KYLE- & CO. Will sell by Public Auction at their Sale Yards, Gundagai on SATURDAY, 17 NOVEMBER, 1928. at 2 o'clock sharp The following FAT and STORE CONDITIONED LOCALLY BRED CATTLE, comprising: — 25 BULLOCKS, 2J and 3 years, fat. 25 STEERS and HEIFERS, 2 years, fat. 5 FAT COWS and VEALERS. 100 STEERS', 1 2s to 2 years, well grown, good condition. 70 HEIFERS, li to 2 years, well grown, good condition. ?lb JL- A1K 1 SPlilJN GERS, close to work, good condition. 50 MIXED CATTLE, includ ing Springers, Cows, Heifers, Steers and Poddies. ALSO. 50 FAT MERINO and COME BACK WETHERS, aged. 200 MIXED EWES, aged, shorn September, fair skins, good condition. All the above Stock are in good order, and will be sold in lots to suit buyers'. One per cent rebate .to out side Agents introducing Cash Buyers. TERMS CASH. PRELIMINARY NOTICE Important Clearing Sale BY AUCTION LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY, PLANT AND HARNESS. W. E. KYLE- & CO. Have received i...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE ? ? ? ? ? I Mv. Jabez Nicholls, of Willie Plo ma, is down with a very bad attack of pneumonia. 4c * * Mr. Harry Graham, aged 24, of Goobragandra, died in the Tumut Hospital yesterd&y, from pneumonia. « ? * Mrs. J.' Macarthur-Onslow and her father left Gundagai on Monday on a trip to Melbourne. $ * * Mr. J. K. O'Reilly, the 73-year old 'VVagga i man, who died last week, was father-in-law of Mr. F. M. Forde, the Federal member for Capricornia (Q.) . £ $ * Mr. Charlie Daley, of Nangus, the victim of a motor mishap of a week ago, was well enough to go home on Saturday last. It was a telling sermon that ReV. Father Gregory wound up the Mission with at St. Patrick's Church, yester night. He spoke very plainly on the question of race suicide, and scath ingly denounced immoral and in decent literature. * * * Discharged from the Hospital last Week — Mrs. Sheather, Back Station Creek, 'and little Betty Luff, Gunda gai. * * * ' Mrs. J. W. C. Beveridge, of 'Billa- bong,' Gu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

H. A BARRACLOUGH Ltd. OPTICIANS, 315 George St., Sydney NEXT VISIT. GUNDAGAI: Tuesday, December 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Royal Hotel. The firm has visited this town regu larly for 30 years. £250 REWARD JHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any persons FOUND STEAL ING or RECEIVING WITHOUT AU THORITY ANY SHEEP CATTLE, or HORSES, the property of any member of the Stockowners' Defence Association of Gundagai and District. A further reward of £25 will be paid for information leading to con viction of and persons found DAMAG ING WIRE-NETTING FENCES, or for CARELESS USE OF FIRE in the vicinity of any Member's Land, and £10 for LEAVING RABBIT-PRQOF GATES OPEN, the property of any member of the above Association ; also £50 for information leading to the conviction of any person laying CY ANIDE on the property of any mem ber of this Association. All claims in respect of the above Reward must be made to the Secret ary within 30 days of conviction, othe...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

ON THE LAND Big cattle sale by Messrs Kyle and Co., on Saturday next. * * * In the merino class, section 7, 8, 9, at next Gundagai Show a champion ship ribbon is to be won. Well may Hanrahan talk— it's keep ing dry, bedad! Creeks and springs on Gundagai district never known to be dry, have already petered out. 'Drought' the landholder gurgles. ? ? 9 'I cannot recall a season in Gun dagai district like the present one, for a period extending over 50 years' 'says one of our oldest residents, Mr. Archie McKinnon. 'Nowadays you cannot say what change a few hurs will bring — you get oppressive heat, and then, suddenly intense cold. Take to-day (Friday) ; it is like a win ter's day, following on a day of mug gy heat. In the district exhibit, at next Gundagai Show, money has been in creased to 1st, £20; 2nd, &10; 3rd, £5; 4th, £3. The Society also pro poses to give a cup, or shield for three years competition. ? » ? 'The outlook is not promising,' said Mr. H. J. Crowe, of Gobarralo...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS I tllllltllltllMlllllllllliliiiiitiiitiiitiiiiittiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Hospital Dance at Coolac tomor row (Tuesday). Mr. H. Worthington, electrician, of Gundagai, will this week commence the installation of electric light at Temora police buildings and court house. * * » The aeroplane men in Gundagai on Saturday and yesterday took up over 200 localites for a spin in the air One district man who lives about 25 miles out had a trip home, which he 'bombed' with rounder-balls. * * * Miss Carr's music will be a feature of the Hospital dance in St. John's Hall, Friday night next. The hon. secretaries, Mrs. Leo. Boyton and Mrs. J. J. H. Gardiner, have all de tails in hand. j % * * Polling day — -December 1st. That is for the election which matters. Next Saturday, by the way, the Fed eral fight will be decided. But what is a White Australia and a high tariff as compared to reduced electricity charges for Gundagai and the mending of our back roads. The road to a certain pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

Hat homebush to-day! (I THE SHEEP MARKET. § ? V. 11 Sheep at noon to-day were |l| V unaltered. I ~ CATTLE VALUES. ?!!; X Values for prime cattle were j| II firm, others weaker. |||j I MAIZE VALUES. || II The price of maize in Sydney llll X is 4/3 to 4/4. [J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 12 November 1928

LOST. In Gur-dagai yesternight GOLD BROOCH, with five moons, set with diamonds. Reward THIS OFFICE. FOR SALE. CONCRETE DWELLING, in Sheri dan Street. Apply. ' JAMES HARLOW.

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