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CRICKET COOLAC v GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

CRICKET 1 COOLAC v GUNDAGAI. It proved a rip-roaring and roast ing day for Gundagi yesterday,, when they met Coolac Cricket Club on the latter's ground. All the morning and the greater part of the afternoon, they WML*: iuitcu tu w»v. 'leather chasing.' And how hot it was. Jack Hill, R. Carberry, M. Vincent and Joe Hill all were in bat ting mood, and punished every Gun dagai bowler to every corner of the ground. Jack Hill reached the cen tury, playing nice cricket, and R. Car berry, who played a very sound game, was unlucky not to reach the 100 mark. The Gundagai team deserves special mention for the way they kept at their task. They were at all times willing. The following are the scores: — COOLAC Joe Hill, c Bounader, b Sullivan 44 R. Faulder, l.b.w., b Miller .... 2 R. Carberr.v b V. Carberry .. 96 A. Roche, b L. Miller .... 4 C. Hill, b Sullivan ? 17 Jack Hill, c and b Miller . . 104 M. Vincent, stpd. Bounader b Freestone . ? ? 63 W. George, c Cork, b Miller . . 3 M. Hoare, c Low...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEIR WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

THEIR WATERLOO . Visiting Cricketer (.surveying crowd): 'Plenty oj grandmothers being buried to-day.' (By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

THE INDEPENDENT: ? :o: ? — ' | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1928. j I

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THE TURF GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 21st and 22nd NOVEMBER 1928. FIRST DAY'S WEIGHTS MAIDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

THE TURF GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 21st and 22nd NOVEMBER 1928. FIRST DAY'S WEIGHTS MAIDEN PAIDOL . . i ? 8 12 SPUR BRAND ? . .8 12 WORKMAN ? 8 11 ESKIMO ? 8 10 vOOLAC MAID . ? 8 10 EC UNA ? 8 10 ROS3LEETH ? 8 9 cou:n;t gag ? 8 2 FALOWOLA ? 7 IS GLA5LURA ? 7 13-f; iMPosmjr. ? t 13 BAIZE ? ? 7 11 BRIGHT jjR^ ? 7 11 GREETIWCb ? ? --7 11 LINGARA ? .7 11 ARKABA ? -.6 3 FLYING EXTRAVAGANT- .. -.9 7 LARTONIO ? 8 12 ALGERIAN PRINCE ..8 9 CLINTON ? ..8 6 COLLUSION ? 8 4 VAPPA ? 8 2 GOLDEN POPPY .... 8 2 LINNOCK ? ? - 7 13 DOYLOTTA ? ? 7 6 AEROL1TH ? 7 5 LADY SALATIS ? 7 0 REPUDONIA ? 7 0 G.R.C. HANDICAP EXTRAVAGANT ? 9 0 CLINTON ? 8 3 ALROON ? 8 0 CHANGE HERE ? 7 8 KEREBIN ? 7 .8 MYLORA ? 7 7 EL WED ? 7 0 TRIAL STAKES BLACK DOME ? 9 0 KONGOOLA ? 8 13 OATEATER ? 8 6 VALBRIA ? ? ? 8 5 BLUEFAIRER ? S 2 KENELPH ? 8 0 LADY SALATIS ? 7 13 TROD SOFTLY ? 7 9 LIGHT HOBBLE ? 7 7 EOLUS ? 7 6 RED BURR ? 7 3 EILORUE ? 7 2 REPUDONIA ........ 7 2 BUGLER BOY ...... 7 2 SPE...

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PHANTOM OPERATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

PHANTOM OPERATED. *11 III III! II Mill Mltlt I III II II I III I ? ? ? ! An electric distributing station that | will supply power sufficient to light i the homes of approximately 300,000 i families and will be operated without j a human being' inside its wall, was j put into service on Monday, Septemb j er 17, at 238th Street and Spuyten j Duyvil Road, New York City, by the j New York Edison Company. j This manless station, one of the j lai'gest in the world to be operated ; without a single attendant, will be j conti'olled from another station, more ; than three miles away. The distant j operator can close or open any switch | placing in service the various tians . formers and circuits in the new sta | tioh, simply by pressing keys which I s-jnd over ivites electric impulses of the dot and dash system used in j telegraphy. Also he will receive : automatic signals from the station, which will inform him whether the equipment is functioning properly. It will be neccessary for human ...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. J Senator Andrews died at Bendigo, Victoria, after an illness extending over several months. The deceased was 67 years of age. Two brothers, George, and Albert Aubrey Hpnnor, were drowned in j Botany Bay last night, while boating, j It appears that one fell overboard j from the sailing- boat, and his brother j lost his life in an heroic attempt to save him. Mr. Lang says the result of the elections shows clearly that Australia wants no more of Bruce's Govern ment. N.S.W., he added, is disgusted with the Nationalists, both Federal and State. Mr. Theodore, referring to the re sults of the election, says Mr. Bruce cannot claim that his Government has received a mandate to pursue its ! coercive policy against the industrial unions of the Commonwealth. On the contrary signs are unmistakable that of the Bruce Government does mot greatly mend its ways, its hours are numbered. A collision ibetween a motor car and a tram car at the junction off Anzac Parade ...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS Meeting of local Justices , will be held on December 5th for purpose of revising the jury list. ? ? ? Auctioneer Donoghue will hold a stock sale at Muttama,- on November 30th. Pai*ticulars will be advertised later. * * ?» The Catholic Mission at Coolac fin ished up yester-night, a big congre gation being present, despite the stifling heat. Prizes won at the Street Stall (Mes dames Hogan and Sullivan's) on Sat urday: — Cake, Mr. H. P. Cai-berry; silver trophy, Mr. D. Mclnerney; fan cy work, Miss M. A. Carberry. All interested in next Saturday's Hospital Carnival in Sheridan-street are invited to attend a meeting in the Literary Institute, Wednesday night, to finalise arrangements. ? ? » 'Oh, what a day was yesterday!' A stifling heat from early morn till midnight. Then the zephyrs brought along a cooling rain and at 9 a.m. to-day the glass was down to 65. The Hospital Ball at Jugiong on Friday night next, the 23rd, promises to be an exceptionally jolly and jaz zy affair. ...

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THE FINAL TALLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

' : - — — i THE FINAL TALLIES I It looks likely as if the Nationalists ' will lose 5 seats to Labor and 2 to i the Country Party. .'! The position of the Bruce-Page Government is safe, but is will go back with at least five less seats. THE TWO WHO FAILED. W. M. FLEMING Country Party Candidate for Hume. « » ? JACK GARRY

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THE "DOGGIEST" DOG. GUNDAGAI BEATS IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

THE 'DOGGIEST' DOG. GUNDAGAI BEATS IRELAND. In the marble paved Irish city of Kilkenny, known for its fire without imoke, air without fog, water without nud, and land without bog, the people moved a few weeks ago to help the lubilee Nurses' Pension Fund, and helped it most successfully, not with m ugly man competition, for there's 10 ugly men in Ireland, 'but with a Kilkenny College. (says Maclay 'Chronicle'). From the show, says Jomic Dog Show in the grounds of uy correspondent, it seemed as if the own of Kilkenny and the surround ig districts would scorn to possess a ormal dog proud of its pedigree and oints, and any such animal as existed lust have been carefully kept indoors lat day. There were eleven classes s follows: — (1) the fattest dog, (2) :he dog with the longest tail, (3) the dog with the most sympathetic eyes, (5) the largest dOg, (6) the best fcail-wagger, (7) the smallest dog, (8) the ugliest dog, (9) the dog with most spots, (10) the dog with the dandiest legs, (11)...

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IN THE OTHER STATES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

IN THE OTHER STATES 1 In Victoria there was no change, except in the Indi seat, where R. Cook, the sitting member forgot to lodge his nomination, and a Labor man was elected. The state of par ties there is: — Nationalists 8; Labor 8; Country Party 3; Independent I Country Party 1. SouthsAustralia — On present count it looks as if the Nationalists have lost two seats to the Country Party and one to Labor. In West Australia — Labor may win the Freemantle seat, the Labor can didate having a lead of over 2000. J. H. Prowse (the ex-Adelong boy) is certain to be again returned for the Forest seat. In Tasmania — Sir John Gellebrand may lose the Denison seat, which will probably go to Labor. In Franklin, the sitting member Seabrook (N) is j likely to be defeated, McWilliam (C.P.) leading him by 4,600 to 4,400, while Labor has 1,056. In Queensland an interesting fight is being waged. In Capricornia seat, Ford (L) the sitting member, is only 1 1400 votes in the lead. There are 20,000 votes to...

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WIRELESS NOTES. SILENT FRIENDS. POPULAR RADIO SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

WIRELESS NOTES, llllillllllllllllllllllltllllllllllltllMlllnitlltlSIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIM SILENT FRIENDS. POPULAR RADIO SESSION. There appears to be a large sec tion of the radio audience who enjoy particularly the 9.30 a.m. feature of station 2BL, Sydney, known as 'half j an hour , with silent friends.' This session is conducted by Captain A.C.C. Stevens, and listeners who write in appreciation are nearly all persons who have never before communicate ed with the broadcasting station. n. vvunmii at xjLtsiiiurtiti u lew u«ys ago sent a long letter to 2BL express ing pleasure at the readings given by Captain Stevens. She says she was sorry when he finished that morn ing, and adds: 'I must tell Mrs. ? (the laundress) not to be talking to me in the morning because I must hear the end of the story. Wasn't O'Ryan a big burly insulting brute?. I hated him when he knocked down the other man like a log. Captain Stevens' early morning session is not confined to readings anc^ stories. He gives hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

ALEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGA1, * 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, ij— ? — 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 1 3. W©@L 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. c^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated from the filectric Light or power socket. JfO 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 ...

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GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

GENERAL NOTES After living continuously in the one dwelling at Geelong (Vic.) for 75 years, Richard Oke died there last month. The old fellow was only once out of Geelong; this was when he took a trip to Melbourne to see our present King and Queen when they, as Duke and Duchess of York, came to Australia in 1901. The eight year of operations un der Government ownership at Nauru and Ocean Islands ended at the close of last June. The total shipments of phosphates from ithere for the yea,r were 501,916 .tans, which is 91,425 tons less than the output for the previous twelve months. Of the quantity mentioned, Australia receiv ed 377,645 tons, and the balance went to New Zealand. ? ? m ? The £100,000 left by the novelist Stanley Weyman is 'not a record, though very few writers died as weal thy as he. Victor Hugo, however, was worth the French equivalent of £300,000 as his decease, and it is said that Edgar Wallace already has over £120,000 in banks. Dickens left £80,000, Rider Haggard £6...

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RATTLESNAKE BY RADIO. SHOCK FOR LISTENERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

RATTLESNAKE BY RADIO. SHOCK FOR LISTENERS. A dreadful shock was experienced by ji few thousand radio listeners in America recently. They were sitting round their receiving sets in their respective homes — just as folk do in Australia — when- they heard at their feet, as it seemed, the sound of a rattle snake. In hundreds of homes the whole family bounded back -with a start. Some instinctively looker-round for sticks, others bolted from the room. Others again realised the fact at once; what they heard was a rattle snake sure enough, but the sound was coming through the loud- speaker, the serpent being somewhere at the broadcasting station perhaps a hun dred miles or more distant. It turned out that this was the idea of the officials at broadcasting station KGO of a suitable way of in troducing a lecture on rattlesnakes. It was deliberately intended to make the radio audience gump, ^because before the lecture was given, it was announced : 'Thousands of radio listeners are going to lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

Save Money BY - SHOPPING ftT ? STRIBLEY'S 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 Kacom ' 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. 4 SUMMER FR...

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SUMMARY FOR N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

SUMMARY FOR N.S.W. -i Labor . . .... . . . ????; . . . 14 Contry Party . . ... . ... 5 Nationalists . ? ? ? . . 9

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PASTORAL. FAT LAMBS. THE TYPE REQUIRED FOR EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

PASTORAL. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiitii FAT LAMBS. THE TYPE REQUIRED FOR EXPORT. The type of fat lamb required by the export trade is often the subject of debate among farmers, particu larly when they gather at such func tions as the local country show. The point is very definitely dealt with in a departmental leaflet o.n the breeding, feeding, and marketing of fat lambs. It states: The lamb required for the export trade is one which will dress from 33 to 401b., having a plump, sym metrical carcase with a good distri bution of fat and lean, and as fine as possible in the bone. : Lambs with the above qualifica tions are termed 'firsts,' while those weighing 28 to 331b. are 'second grade.' and lighter weights are 'third grade.' Heavier lambs than 401'b. are not liked by the trade. At the present time most of the lambs crown in this State sold thronch Flemington, and such details as heavy weights, &c., are not considered as j much as they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

/ GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL BALL In aid of above will be held in TOWN HALL JUGIONG. ON FRIDAY 23 NOVEMBER, 1928. GOOD SUPPER.— ORCHESTRA FROM GUNDAGAI. GENTS 5/-„ LADIES 3/ MRS. K£BNE. MRSggKDONNELLy ; Stall Holders Hospital dance/ (In aid of Gundagai Hospital) TUMBLONG HALL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 GOOD SUPPER— GOOD MUSfC. MRS. L. TURNER, Hon. Sec. CREAM DANCE. (In aid of Girls' Friendly Society.) ST. JOHN'S HALL, GUNDAGAI. THURSDAY), NOVEMBER 29 Tickets, 3/ f. McCarthy, O. HAWKE, Hon. Sees. SHIRE ELECTION TO THE ELECTORS D. R. NICHOLLS IS A CANDIDATE FOR 'A' (RIDING SHIRE ELECTION 'D' RIDING D. H. ROBERTS IS A CANDIDATE. . TOM HUNT THE YOUNG AUSTRALIAN CAN DIDATE FOR 'D' RIDING, will, if chosen at the forthcoming Shire Election, advocate — A RETURN TO THE OLD SYSTEM OF PAYMENT OF SANITARY RATES. — and — A SEARCHING INVESTIGATION INTO THE PRESENT HIGH COST Or ELECTRICITY CHARGES. Cast a Vote for' a man who will not Hesitate to speak his mind. Shire Elections To Electors, 'B' Riding V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

Always S^metiiisigg Hew »f Ryan9 s This season the demand is for Novelty Laces and Silks and RYAN'S have an excellent assortment, suitable to meet the demand of the most discriminating, for both Value and Variety. LACES. BEIGE PLEATED COLLARINGS, with Colored Border .... 3/6 yd. FAWN PLEATED COLLARING with Lace Edging . . .... . . 3/6 yd. THE NEW FRILLED NET VESTING ? .'. . . . . 4/6 yd. PLEATED GEORGETTE FRILLING, Lace Edge ? ? .. 5/11 yd. GUIPURE COLLARING ? ? ? ... . 2/11 yd. PARIS GUIPURE EDGINGS' ? 6d., 7£d., 9d. yd. SHAPED GUIPURE LACE, in Paris Shade . . 1/6, 1/9, 2/6, 2/11, 5/6, 5/11 yd. GUIPURE LACE in Paris Shade .. 1/11. 2/6, 2/11. 3/6; 3/11 yd. SHAPED NET LACE for Lingerie Wear 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11 yd. CARRICK LACE— Pink/Pink: Sky/Sky ? . . 3/6 yd. (Suitable for Lingerie) PARIS LINGERIE LACE ? ? .. .1/6, 1/11, 2/11 yd. PARIS SHAPED GUIPURE LACE . . . . l/.ll, 2/11, 5/6, 5/11 yd. PARIS FANCY LACE ? ? . 9d..and 1/- yd. M1KS ^ OUR SILK STOCK IS THE LARGEST AND MOST VA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 19 November 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY NEXT. St. John's, Gundagai, 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. 9.15 a.m. St. James', South Gundagai; 3 p.m. St. Paul's Nangus. 7.30 p.m. St. Jude's, Coolac, Fri day. 7.30 p.m. Jackalas, Wednesday. 7.30 p.m. Bongongolong, Thursday. Rev. S. G. Davis. D. P. TURNER, DENTIST SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. MR. L. J. CONDON, Surgeon Dentist, WYNYARD STREET, TUMUT Butcher & Co. have something special on show at South Gundagai in Morris Cars. Special value for keen buyers.* NEW MILK RUN. l!. O. SCOTT and R. TOZER, Dairy men, will commence A Milk VEND OR'S RUN on 1st December. Prompt and Early Deliveries guaranteed. Orders now being taken. Ring 134 or 189, Gundagai. REMOVAL D. P. TURNER Has Removed HIS DENTAL CHAMBERS to Rooms over Mr. R. Knox's Chemist Shop. 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...

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