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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

THE INDEPMDENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1926.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH THE POLITICIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

WITH THE POLITICIANS . ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?***« (???(??(?Mtiitiiiititimiiiiitfiitiiiiiitiillllllllll Moloney has an absolute majority of over 2000. » * ' * The position of the political par ties to-day is: — Nationalists 29; Lab or 28; C.P. and Progressives 14. Four Bett3 are doubtful. [ Long who won the Lang Federal I seat, acted as football referee in a | Maher Cup match' at Gundagai last year. * * * Did many electors ivote Dooley for the Senate, in the belief that the man was Jimsey Dooley, one-time Premier and Speaker? We doubt it. The N.S.W. vote was distinctly Labor. ? ? « Tne JNationaiists are saying u- oav in, 'There you are — you did it.' They blame Bavin's recent taxation measure for the swing to Labor in this State. Long, who wiped out Sir Elliot Johnson for the Lang seat, has been trying, for 20 years, to get into the Federal Parliament. A man like that may yet reach Ministerial rank. ? ? ?' If there is to be a new Prime Min ister. Theodore titis Willie Watt for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

Dodge Bros. Standard Six, giving the greatest value in the car trade to-day. Inspect the new model at Butcher's Garage, South Gundagai.*

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Marjorie Hackney, aged 11- , of Cootamundra, died a few days ago. ? * ? ? ? The condition of Mrs. D. Pierse, of Wagra, who is a p&tient in Gun dagai Hospital, is very critical. * * * Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies, MuttamL/ will shortly take a trip to the 'Old Country.' » * * A Church of England curate ror Gundagai arrived yesterday. He is Mr. G. C. Cotterill; of St. John's Col lege, Morpeth. - Tom Boyton has had a week in bed with 'flu. Now he is on the Shire election warpath and asks his suppor ters to be sure and fill in their ballot papers. ? * ? ? Mr. 'Bob' Quarmby, oE Cork's garage, was admitted to Gundagai Hospital this week, so was 9-year-old Marjorie Dowell, of South Gundagai. Mr. Susan Field, of Yass, died on Sunday last, aged 72.' She wa3 a Yass native and lived all her life in the district. Sister Winifred (Yass Convent) and Sister Camiliis (O'Con neltown) are sisters of deceased. * # « Pat. Grace, of Yass, established a cricket record on Sunday. Playing wit...

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WEDDING BELLS RATLIFF—FREESTONE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

WEDDING BELLS RATUFF— FREESTONE That popular Gundagai girl, Elsie Lydia Freestone, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freestone, Gundagai, looked a picture of sweet maidenhood, as she walked up the aisle of St. Patrick's Church, trun agai, on Monday afternoon, clinging to the arm of her pater. At the altar rails there was waiting for her Mr. Victor Charles Ratliff, secofnd son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ratliff, Gun dagai, and Rev. Father Treacy pro nounced the words wnich made the couple man and wife. The bride'8 dreBS waa extremely nrflffv ? if u'n a nviArfToff O 1 Q VJ ? *V ' MO m with wTeath and veil (kindly loaned ' by Mrs. Bray, nee Miss Manning, of Gundagai). She carried a posy of chrysanthemums and aurum lilies. Miss Mary Searle (bride's cousin) was the bridesmaid. She wore a blue crepe-de-chene, with champagne lace, hat to match, and carried a posy of sweet peas. Mr. Ern. Ratliff supported his broth er, and Mr. Will Hogan played the weddino mnri'n. I | A reception was held by...

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THE TIME THEY'RE ALL TREASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

oi tu THE TIME THEY'RE ALL TREASURES.. 'My new maid is such a' find — she's economical, clcan, industrious and' ? 'How long have you had her?' ? 'Oh, my dear, she's not coming till to-morrow.' # [By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

THE TURF Supporters of the Tumut mare, Ruby 0''Brien, suffered disappoint ment again yesterday, when More Leaf, beat her in the Second Divis ion of the Encourage Stakes at Vic toria Park. Starting at 'twenties,' the Tumut mare would have ianded a nice 'poultice' for her supporters, had she got home. , ' « ? ? ? Prizes of 5000 francs (about £40) for the big events. Betting on the tote only, with five franc tickets (about lOd). A racing season of four months. That is real sport. J. M'Culkin, Queensland jockey who returned this week from Noumea, had a hectic time adapting himself to the French ideas of rating in New Caledonia. Frequently he found that to cover two miles, the winning post had to be passed four times, the courses were so small. 'It almost made you feel giddy,' he said. 'To make matters worse you had to re member how many laps you had done.' The programme over there ? ' usually included a race for natives, 20 or 30 stagers, a race far stock horses, and another for amatfem...

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THE WOOL MARKET. WOOL MARKET FORCES. The Change In Demand. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

THE WOOL MARKET. WOOL MARKET FORCES. The Change In Demand. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: Japan has undoubtedly been the most consistent market force since this season's wool auctions commenced. Demand from all other quarters is now strong but some few weeks ago innnirv from the various Continental countries lulled. But Japanese mill men, despite record purchases in Australia last season, have been con stantly eager to purchase the new clip. That eagerness results from Japan's determination to manufact- j ure her textile requirements right from the scouring of the raw mater ial to the finished fabric. The Wool Industry Society of Japan recently published figures v^Jiich show that netc imports of tops for the first six months of this year dropped 73 per cent compared with the same period of last year. By way of contrast the imports of raw wool rose 42 per cent. lne pro tective tariff imposed on wool manu facturers entering Japan has there fore, had rapid effects necessitating the pu...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS ??iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiin Owing to .clashing with the Pictures, the date of annual Convent Concert has been altered to Thursday - De cember 13th. ' ? . * ? ? Don't miss it, whatever else ypu do — the Hospital Concert at Coolac on November 28th. ' Something 'so dif ferent' from other concerts. : m ? * An epidemic of pneumonic influenza at Leeton. The Hospital is full, and the Government is sending nurses to help. ? ? ? ? The 'boys' are getting a lot of iun out of the Shire election. The Federal fight is quite forgotten, and there is more ginger in the home battle than in the one .Moloney won. ? » * The opening of the Tarcutta Sol diers' Memorial Hall will take place on November 28. A banquet will be held at 3 o'clock, and at night there will be a ball. ? » ?. ? Mr. 'Billy' Bracken's motor car, stolen from Tumut over a fortnight ago, has .been found abandoned be tween Eubalong and Mount Hope, 423 miles west of Sydney. The wheel of the ...

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OBITUARY MR. A. J. DEMPSEY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

OBITUARY MR. A. J. DEMPSEY Mr. Albert John Dempsey, aged 78 years, brother of Mr. Arthur Demp sey, Gundagai, died Sunday night at the Wagga District Hospital. His wife, Nurse Dempsey (nee Martha i Breasley) predeceased him about five months ago. He was born at Camp belltown. Before coming to Wagga he worked for some time as a ganger on the railway at Young, and Coota mundra. For about 36 years he was in the employ of Mr. G. W. Commins, North Wagga. Ho left this position, and was the first man engaged by the Wagga Experimental Farm. Leaving tne iarm, ne was employed in tne Irrigation Commission office in Griffith Before coming to Wagga three months ago, he was running a greengrocery business on his own account in Griffith. During the last few weeks he had been living with his daughter, Mrs. M'Cormack, Wagga. He is survived by three sons: Albert (tYoung), Herbert ( Griffiths and Merwn Demn | sey (Wagga) and by five daughters: | Mrs. J. Larkins and Mrs. W. M'Cor ! mack, (Wagga), Mrs. W...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. DEATH BEFORE SHAME SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. DEATH BEFORE SHAME SYDNEY, To-day. I Melbourne detectives express the opinion that William Hiddle, whose body, together with that of a four year-old girl, was found behind a ehimmey in a house at Ballatfat, first poisoned the girl and then com mitted suicide, as the result of being distressed at the possibility of the child meeting the same fate as her elder' sister' whose father hi.d been convicted of incest.

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GUNDAGAI RACING. CLUB SPRING MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

GUNDAGAI RACING . : : . CLUB SPRING MEETING Results of yesterday's racing: — Maiden Plate, 5 fur. — E. J. Merri man's Falowla, 7.13 (Patterson) 1 ; VU T PoVtmn S 1(1 11 Rvnn 1 2; J. Curran's Spur Brand, 8.12 (F. Curran), 3. Others Paidol, Coolac I Maid, Roseleeth. Count Gag, Glomara, Baize and Brig!?c 0. -Roseleeth led the field into !h,j su-sight, when Fal owala came with i-. fast run and won easily. Good nice for second place. Winner started tit. 5 to 2, Eskimo and Spur Brand 5 to 1, Rjseleeth 2 to 1. Time, 1.3 2/5. Tote dividends (for 5/-), 21/-, 8/6 aril £2/12/6. Flying Handic^BjS fur. — E. Con way's Lartoiiio. JPfOJ' (George) 1; E. Fitzgerald's Linnock, 7.13 (Casey) 2; W. J. Wade's Vappa, 8.2 (Patter son) 3. Clinton, 8.6, also started. 1 T mnxxl- O tn 1 Vorvno 3 to 1, Clinton 5 to 1. Linnock got away well, and led the field till the home turn. Lai-tonia then took com mand and, finishing fast, won by a neck. Time, 1.14. G.R.C. Handicap, 1 mile. — E. Con way's Alroon, 8.0, (Georg...

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Advertising SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

SOCIAL GOSSIP There was a unique celebration at Maryborough, Victoria, on Monday last, when two sisters, Mrs. Alfred Verey, of Maryborough, Victoria, and Mrs. John Henry Richardson. West Kogasrah, N.S.W., celebrated, wiith their husbands, their golden weddings, having been married 50 years ago on Monday. They are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carson, of Albury, N.S.W. A double wedding ceremony was performed in St. Matthew's Church of England, Albury, on No vember 19th, 1878, by the late Rev. A. D. Adeocks. , * * jJ: At a society wedding recently all the toasts were drunk with ice cream. And everybody sang 'Drink to me only with thine ice.' * ? :j: * From the expressed views of women who make a study of beauty culture, we find there is a change in many of the accepted ideas. Eyebrows are no longer plucked — that painful pro cess whereby but a thin line of hair in a perfect arch over the eye was all that was left. They are discreetly trimmed, but the expression is not thereby cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 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. [i — — ? — - - 1 '' Send all your Car Troubles to Butcher's Garage, at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Cars, Graham Bros. Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. W®©L CRirreHiNGS. iXjjgIgjgIgIgjgI2MSjSMSMSJSISlS13M3M3MSEfSIB,:' We have direct outict for unlimited quantity crutcfaings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, babbit Skins, at top rates. ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co., Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101. i ^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated fiom the Slectric Light or power socket. WO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appearance, and ho...

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SOMETHING WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

SOMETHING WRONG'. ? V' She: ''Albert, does my drees look us if it is falling of}?'' ' ? ' Be:, 'No, it's quite all right.' . ? ' She: 'No, ii't, not than — k olwulil' - .... [By penaidaion of 'The Bulletin*' } - f j - . f ? * ' \ , V':; 07:;''- -.-J''-'' ?;X'; - .V V \ - ?/' ^ 'J ? ; ^ ^ I 'i'! -.'t ' .'Z

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

CHIC FROCK i Vt V. %374 I 6374— Here we have a double waist-; . line which makes it chic. The box pleats, centre front and back and in verted pleats at side, add to the smart ness. A leather belt to match frock would complete the effect. Material l-equired, three apd three quarter yards of 42-inch bust. — PAPER PAT TERN 9d. ORDER FORM. Please Forward to me Pat tern No ? for which I enclose ? Name ? (State whether Mrs. or Miss) Full ? Postal Address ? Orders should be addressed to - 'DAME DULCIE,' Inde pendent,' Gundagai. (Add postage.) ' FOR THE SMALL BOY. 6530; — What more could be wished for than this simple but attractive little suit for the wee man? Mater ial required, one and a half yard of 3'G-inch. To- i|t 2 to 4 yeiars. — 6531. — A smart little suit fashioned from light-weight material. Material required, three-quarters of a yard of 40-inch for shirt and three-eighths of a yard of 40-inch for trousers.- To fit a child 2 to 4 years. Other sizes, i to 6 years.— PAPER PATTERN, ...

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XXII (Continued.) IN THE GRIP OF THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

''''our'mial STORY^ The F^atal Bondage gB! — — — ? CHAPTER XXII (Continued.) IN THE GRIP OF THE ATLANTIC. And Grace continued to muse. And Adeline! What of Adeline? j Was Aunt Janie right in her suspi cion of Adeline's good faith — that she was a mere adventuress, and had an gled for the invitation to Pendower in t.ViP Vionfi and exuectation of hooking a rich husband? Were that possible, she had succeeded only too well. Would she write to Grace announc ing her engagement to Mr. Homfrey? That would foe an ordeal for which she must prepare! To write a letter of congratulation under the circum stances were no light task. Grace had spent every available hour — since the blow had fallen — in that cq.ve. Sir Stephen now looked furtively at. his daughter when they met at meals, but wisely forbore to refer to an obviously painful subject. And Aunt Janie, her own heart ach ing insympathy for a grief into which she could enter only too well, allowed her niece to go and come without restraint ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

1 To Polish Up Dull Teeth WIDESPREAD dental discoveries in the care of teeth and gums have been made. 'Off-colour' teeth have been proved quickly restorable to clear and gleaming whiteness. Tender gums are firmed; given healthy coral colour. Run your tongue across your teeth and you'll feel a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't suc cessfully clear it off. That's why your teeth have remained 'off colour' re gardless of what you did. Now, in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, those conditions have been met — you can clear that filnj off. Teeth whiten amazingly. One's whole appearance is thus often quickly changed. MoJv f* AuatruMa -yvw ? ? ???? ? ? mark a TFtADST Sjacaacrxrit'rr ijubivj anc.v4—imia-iam ^ Sold everywhere in two sizes. 20 It ? — — — ? ? ? , ILL— .. f . RsteFfV14- ? ^ Custard i) ^ Made in a moment, it's .smooth creamiliess . and refinement, of flavor, combine in- providing, a dish which is always the same — _ always temptingly delicious— . ^ a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

THE LOST HAT Will the young man who took Light Grey FELTH HAT from Dress ing Room, Nangus Hall, on Tuesday ; last, please return to MRS. GORDON, | Store Nangus. AT TARCUTTA NEXT WEDNESDAY OPENING SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HALL . A GRAND' BANQUET at 3 p.m. Tickets, 10/-. j CONCERT and DANCE at Night. Leading artists, including MRS. BEDE RYAN, Gundagai. M. EGAN, President. ' -r X * TO THE ELECTORS OF 'D' RIDING. vote for Mclaughlin YOUR INTERESTS ARE HIS INTERESTS ft minis GUNDAGAI SHIRE ELECTIONS. B0 YT0N IS AGAIN A CANDIDATE FOR THE ABOVE RIDING and Solicits a Continuance of the Confidence previously reposed in him ELECTORS OF ' j* ' RIDING GIVE ONE - - X TO IVtcHugh, F. R. | Shire Elections To Electors, 'B' Riding VOTE AND WORK FOR HYNDES, THE PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE 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 Shi...

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