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A NEW PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

A NEW PRIME MINISTER. . The New Zealand elections show that at a late hour last night the posi tion of parties was: Reform 27; Labor 20; United Party 29; Indepen dent 4. A coalition between the' Refox-m and the United Party is ex pected, with Sir Joseph Ward, as Prime Minister.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motor Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

Motor Notes It has taken the motor industry i many years to discover how to build chassis each one of which shall give the same performance as all otheivi examples of the same model. Stand- | ardisation has moved a boon to the motor owner in this respect, and it has also enabled cars to be built much more cheaply for given material, workmanship, accommodation and achievement than is possible when machines are designed more or less to the individual requirement. The story of the first quarter of a centuary's endeavour of the automo bile industry reveals that in Europe is was devoted to improving the re liability and performance of the veh icle ; whereas the American industry's main effort was directed less to giving an ambitious exhibition that to stand ardising results. Inevitably, there have been exceptions; we owe the introduction of the successful 'mech anical engine-starter to the United States industry.. In America the pub lic is accustomed to having every thing- standardised f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CITY NEWS. LABOR GOVERNMENT BEATEN. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. LABOR GOVERNMENT BEATEN. SYDNEY, To-day. The no-confidence motion in the Victorian Assembly resulted in the defeat . of the Hogan Labor Govern ment by 34 votes to 30. The House immediately adjourned. It is be lieved that the ministry will resign. An election is considered inevitable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND CARS OF ANY 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 particulars to GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEER ING COY. AGENTS FOR CHRYSLER CARS 'NEW SYSTEM' RADIO SETS. j* Take fhe Drudgery | | from Kitchen ! | 0 i §} yOU can prepare a com- f$j plete meal at one time wifh this jj? COMBINATION jjj g COOKER ^ jjj It will boil, fry, grill, bake, ^ & roast, stew and toast simul- tjjj ^ taneousb? and save you time and monej!. ^ $ Price £12/10/- Complete § - -L 1 - jS Demonstrations with plea- ^ £ sure. 1 H. Woribiogtoi) 1 Electrical Engineer ^ i tj Sheridan St., Qundagai Phone 20 ^ sj k B.m' ti. 'ES. ts-: 'is. a .*b; ~ss. vex ?&. .'3K' e W* UJTRALI/tt MOST fill FRIENDLY MOTOR, ORGANISATION N | ^ j ' g 'HERE are two great advantages which make a Studebaker iv^v | franchise unusually profitable for Studebaker Dealers the vX-i-ivi...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

GENERAL NEWS. Examinations conducted by the 'Southern Cross' Commercial College, were held recently at the local Con vent. All the pupils presented were successful, the results being: — - Shorthand. ' \ Elementary Grade — -Maggie True, I 94 per cent; Margaret Passlow, 7 5 j per cent, Eliza Nicholls 60 per cent. Typewriting. Advanced Grade. — -Margaret Pass low, 82 per cent, Maggie True, 81 per cent, Eliza Nicholls, 71 per cent.. Intermediate Grade. — Wallace Webb, 81 per cent, Joan Gardiner, 78 per cent, Mary Mclnerney, 74 per: cent.- ? . .... j Elementary Grade. — Margie Ryan, | 73 per cent; Pat Perry, 70 per cent. From the latest news to hand the Public Works Department has ad vanced another stage in the South West Tablelands water supply, viz., ^from Jugiong to Cootamundra, etc. This Avork has been on the cards for some years, and was usually regarded as an election stunt to catch votes. Every time a State Election was ap proaching the pumping site would be re-surveyed. This time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

Biaqer and Better :: : ? Mrantffl. Hp HE 'qualities /whi.ch X have gained for Chev rolet, the place of the wo lid's leader among low pneed. cars1 have- been im proved1. — refined — aug men ted ?; all with the idea oi providing gi'eater value. The new Chevrolet is now offered as follows STANDARD n q (\ r TOURER &&UO STANDARD jpOAr ROADSTER dt^/UD SPORTS ROADSTER (with Dicky Seat) TWO-DOOR ? panr SEDAN XZOO F0UR-D00R O 1 r SEDAN dtJIi) All Models are Equipped . with 5 Balloon^ Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR A ST^fGER^ND LONGER^^^IS \ / H 'PHE wheelbase has been increased JJf 10 107 inches, two snubber plates' bcen added to each spring control- . /gL' ling' the rebound and absorbing shocks. c . . i w Jrak R^ms are w'der and ^e tyre size has been 'ncrcase.d- All these improve iPaH Wf ments result in a supreme roaO com ' fort and riding ease. AN EI £ VITALLY IMPROVED IMPORTANT refinements in Chevrolet, valve-in-head engine av'l 1 U4^ promotes greater power, great ...

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WAS IT MURDER? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

WAS IT MURDER? Suspicious circumstances surround the finding of the dead body of G. Freestone, a milkman, at South Bruns wick, near Melbourne, near his over turned cart. Some time ago deceased informed the police that he had been frequently attacked, that his house had been stoned and all windows smashed while he was on his milk round. The police suspect murder.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

Oi«yleiv Chrjsler A Mew Style that Re^styles all Motor Cars The new Chrysler Six — '65' — is so far ahead from every point of view that Chrysler once more oui-modes everything else that runs. For sheer artistry of design, for luxury of grooming, for downright value at its lower prices, Chrysler has once more wiped out every existing standard by which motor cars have been judged. Features — New Chrysler 4 465' 7 New larger engine — 'Silver-doim1' high — compression head, using any petrol — counter-weighted 7-bt*aring crankshaft — new slender prolile radiator — new bowl-shaped lamps — beautiful cowl moulding and cowl lamps — new longer chassis and longer, wider roomier bodies. ' New arched window sillioiteite — new 'air wing' full-crowned fen ders — new internal expisndin? Chrys ler hydraulic four-wheel brakes — Lovejoy hydraulic shock absot'liers, front and rear — spriti:; ends anchored in live rubber, instead of metal shackles, etc. Prices from £370 W6e Modern Qar Style Jor tfte Mod...

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POSTMISTRISSS BATTERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

POSTMISTRISSS BATTERED. The postmistress at La Grange Bay, West Australia, was roused from her sleep by a knock at the door, and when she opened it a man punched her into insensibility, and stole £4 in notes and some silver, and then de camped, after firing a revolver at Mrs. Reid. Fortunately the shots missed their intended mark.

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SATURDAY'S FIGHT. BRUCE GOVERNMENT WILL BE RETURNED TO POWER. MOLONEY TIPPED FOR HUME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

SATURDAY'S FIGHT BRUCE GOVERNMENT WILL BE RETURNED TO POWER. MOLONEY TIPPED FOR HUME. Next Saturday's elections, judging by the signs in the political sky, are likely to give the Bruce Government a further term of office. Labor is not likely to win any fresh seats — on the other hand, it may lose one. .v m ? ? ? ® In ithe Hume, Parker Moloney is likely to have a bigger majority than in 1925, and 'Moloney on the first count' would be a good bet. ? » ? In Gundagai sub-division the sitt ing member will poll better than he did at last election, when he scored 713 votes to the 554 of Angus Cam pbell (Nationalist) and the 52, of Miers (Country Party). ? B ? The Nationalist organisation for The Hume does not appear to be nearly so good as on previous occa sions. The Labor party also appear to be casual this fight. The Country Party however, has been very thor ough, and has been systematically at work for some months, with every pro spect of a much increased vote on Saturday next. Bear in m...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS A poultry supper will be served at the Race Ball on Wednesday next. * # * Dance in St. John's Hall to-night (Thursday), in aid of Hospital Jum ble Stall. * * * Mr. Len Adams calls to tell us that he was not in last week's motor smash — it was his brother, Ted. ? ? ? ? A Tamworth publican was fined £3 for allowing a girl under 21 to serve in the bra*. The thermometer touched 100 in Gundagai on Tuesday. The hottest part of the day was at 1.50 p.m. ' V ...... ' » The Shire Council candidates are starting to 'spark.'; Every elector should make it a point of seeing lie or she gets a ballot paper. t» * .. * . Ye who have promised donations for Mrs. Hogan's street stall on Sat urday, please send same in early in the day.. . Dates for , the 1929 Quarter Ses sions and District Court, at Gundagai:* Tuesday March 5th., Thursday, June 20th., Friday, August 9th. Two cases in isolation at the local Hospital, Mrs. Hartley and her daugh ter Audrey, botlv of Brungle./ Measles is the trou...

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OBITUARY MR. JABEZ NICHOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

OBITUARY MR. JABEZ NICHOLLS. A fine big type of district native died on Tuesday last — Mr. Charles Jabez ('Jabe,' as he was familiarly termed) Nicholls, succumbing at his home at Willie Ploma. A week pre vious he went down to an attack of pneumonia, and failed to shake it off. Deceased was one of the men who 'made good.' He was a real tiger for work — from early dawn tp late at night he was at toil, and, by his efforts and his keen speculative propensities, he got together a fine landed pro perty. A smart man in a stock deal, '?'Jabe' Nicholls seldom made a mis take. One of his most successful speculations was a couple of years back, when sheep values were low. At Goulburn sales he purchased a big lot of ewes — almost a train load — the average price paid being 3/6 per head. He got a cut of wool from those sheep and sold the lambs at 21/6 — A sheepman puts his profit on that deal at 1000 per cent. 'Jabe' was one of the foundation members of the Loyal Charles Ful ler Lodge of Oddfell...

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GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL At the usual monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee, Monday night last, there were present Mess rs. C. E. Butcher (President), A. Shaw, G. Holm, G. Palmer, S. II. Donnelly and West. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs. L. Boyton, T. Irwin, D. H. Roberts and J. A. Macarthur-Onslow A voluminous mass of formal co respondence was dealt' with. Nurse Vera Jamieson wrote that, in view of the Committee's request that she reconsider her decision to resign, she would continue on duty for a short period. The Minister for Health wrote concurring in the acceptance of H. Worthington's tender, at £135, to in stall electric fittings' in the Hospital. A cheque for £25/12/6 was re ceived from Nangus Shearer's Ball. Matron Forbes-Robinson wrote that she would arrive at Gundagai on 29th November. Matron McNamara reported the daily average of patients for the month at 9.5. Patients' fees received by the Matron totalled £60/10/-. Donations in kind, were ac...

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XXI. SIR STEPHEN RECEIVES A SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

? ? OUR SERIAL STORY;—-— ' The Fatal I ? bondage j CHAPTER XXI. SIR STEPHEN RECEIVES A I SHOCK. The hospitalle soul of Sir Stephen Chenoweth was sorely exercised over the somewhat abrupt termination of Miss Hervey's visit to Pendower. He admired Miss Hervey exceedingly; it was' an agreeable variation in his life to see a young beautiful woman — other than his daughter1 — at his table, also he looked forward to the pleasure of her society for quite an indefinite period. And then to think that at the out set she should have been subjected to this scare, this outrageous raid 011 ? his premises in search of a rascally ' convict! It was little wonder a del- j icate. 'highly-strung woman should | have been prostrate all the next day j with nervous headache. And on doubt she conceived a distase for the house in which she had been subjected to such annoyance. Her apologies for hastening heir departure wre yery gracefully made, her regrets outward ly sincere, her excuses concerning the 'sudd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

'VICTOR* on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itself the most reliable and dependable piano in Australia. T - WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLD ON EASY TERMS PALING'S 4 338 GEORGE STREET SYDNEY jp* | PERCY JOYCE. ! LOCAL SELLING AGENT. i . I Edited, Printed, and Published by Patrick Sullivan, Sheridan .Street, Gundafai, . ' Surprise ftiefcets ftee/ \ - 1 t *V ilieG BroS. ^\ \ Jo*** ^ ? ? Send 50 lids from AUNT MAM'S BAKING POWDER and you will receive one of these handsome surprise packets. Don't delay — when you have collected 50 lids forward them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, 'with your name and address. SAVE THE LIDS . . BEGIN T© BAY c p -rr. ? — 11 ? ? ? 2 Wool- Stale Factors' are of outstanding importance. The disposal of the clip in the * best market and its sale by competent men. Sydney is the largest market for wool in the world. The extent of its offer ings attracts buyers from all of the world's manufacturing centres. Success in f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

TO STAND THE SEASON AT NANGUS And travel the surrounding districts, The well-known Clydesdale Stallion, TRUE BARON SIRE: Baron Belmont (imp.); S sire, Baron of Bucklycie (11263), by Baron's Pride (9,122) ; 1st dam Agnata (17475), by Sir Christopher (102S6); 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. FEE: £4 f.or 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, E. POLLACK, 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 — 15 November 1928

®tji|§§|§ P REMEMBER THAT ? 1| f JMM IS 112 ®g,®OT | WHUKV IN THE W0BL9 I 1 THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE CHOCOLATES TOM. WEBBY 'THE LOLLY KING.' 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 9-1, Gun dagai. :-'j ^ ? ? - ? ' ? - lyqvfideivce jSBELl Tractor Oil By maintaining perfect fabrication for tvrico, fee usual working period SHELL R.C.D. Tracta*. 'Oil will reduce the com i of lubrication by pMoti* tUlyoaohaJf. ' - In Cross rk depots have been opened every State to meet the ever Releasing demands foi CROSS (These big bulk orders are the visible proof of the confidence formers have in CROSS. They know by long experience that * CROSS is superior for power and ' ' economy, and that it can always j be relied on for continuous work ing under heavy loads. .CHOSS Kerosene i THE SHELL COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED ox.*- . ^11* * *' ft II...*. ? * ? * * ? ? tuimf ? rft ?

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TUMUT GRAZIERS MEET. COUNTRR PARTY ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

TUMUT GRAZIERS MEET. COUNTRR PARTY ACTIVE. A combined meeting- of the Tumut local committee of the Graziers Association of N.S.W., and the Tumut branch of the Country Party was held in the Commercial Room of the Royal Hotel, Tumut, on Saturday afternoon last. ? ? Q -ii vw The meeting* was cuneu ^ but as Mr. Perkins, M.H.R., was due to speak in the street at this hour, out of courtesy to him the meeting was deferred 'till after his address. Mr. Perkins had a good meeting, Saturday afternoon being the market day of the district, and lie pleaded for support of Mr. Garry, the Nation alist candidate for the Hume. He was not out to iry a.'' - Country Party elector, to a Nation alist one, but he advised the coun try Party people to vote Ileming 1, Garry 2, Moloney 3, and the National ist people to vote Garry 1, Fleming 2, Moloney o. Mr. Perkins spoke on three head-] ing3 ? (l). The charge of Labour, that the Bruce-Page Government was an extravagant Government, (2). That they flooded the Au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

Sane Money by shoppjss© rt STRIBLEYl . ' /' t GUNDAGAI'S KEENEST BUYERS ALL SHOP AT STRIBLEY'S . FUGI .. . . AN EXCEPTIONALLY GGOD QUALITY ALL-SILK FUGI, 'IvANEBO' A mos^D^pondable Silk for Frocks or Underwear. 29 inches wide. In natux-al only. _ . STRIBLEY'S PRICE, 3/3 yard. COLORED FUGI 29 inches wide COLORED ALL-SILK FUGI. A Silk that can be Kecom mended for Washing and Weariing. ? . , PLAIN COLORS, 2/6 YARD; NATURAL 2/3 YARD. A ~ 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, . lo/ll 17/6 PAIR. SUMMER COATS OF GHARM POSITIVELY THE MOST USEFUL GARMENT OF MADAM'S SUMMER WARDROBE. FRILLS, FLAKES 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/G, 47...

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THE ROAD TO PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 November 1928

THE ROAD TO PERTH. Increasing interest is being shown by motorists in ovei-land travel, and each month scores of cars now make the journey between Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne. The route is easy to follow, and presents no natural difficulties such as are encountered on the Central Australian route to Dar win, and can be undertaken wihout trouble, by any experienced motorist. . The Yardae Sands between Port Augusta and Fowler's Bay were for merly regarded as very -difficult to cross, but have since been proved to be' easily passable. During its record run from Perth to Adelaide, the Lancia car driven by Misses Robert^ son and Howell crossed these sands without changing gear. ; xjit: oiieii idsuco -* uci.«u ed direction map of the 1550 miles route .between Port Augusta ',and Perth, showing, the location settle ments, homesteads, .water' and petrol supplies. . The average cost of pet rol fur the entire east-west Journey is 3/- per gallon, and since the Shell Company re-opened the form...

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