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

ill if ^ l/l l | illli ' Wll I is invariably based on II#! ll J I established fact-the ma IfllPr \ ^ st^i, ml jority of farmers use Cross III I 1 because practice has ' llll k M proved it to be the most ? |fi% il, 1 economical and efficient I! ll 1 fuel for their tractors. |ij}j|{js| ? iM% oA as6^^' ^^asssEsJ I The consistent results 8 |l \ \ I a^waYs obtained from I I L ] I CroSsr have Provided I! WfiX ^ ^ 1 every farmer with a surety 1 J' 1 I thati his tractor will I i l. } I maintain its maximum 1 efficiency and get the I li ^ t^s « I work done at the lowest | ^ I ?' t-. ; ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

1' NOW ALL ' ! SIXES dodge brothers inc. announces FOK ITS ©RAHAM BROTHERS TRUCK LD(E © Cylinder 'Eaagiwes ' IN ALL SIZES AND TYRES'. i ^Wlseal Braises ?! ! - ON ALL SIZES AND TYPES j ECONOMY LOW PEtlCES : OEPKUVETAQSUSTV j ma/way* as always ' a? always ?' ? ' . . ' . ? . ' ! ; . Graham Brothers Track* are. - — ' j (, ballt In the chassis sizes that. j 77 amt «i all hauling nt(4i .J/ YOU may now have all the performance advan tages of 6-cylinder engine * and 4- wheel brakes on any ' sixe or type of Graham Brothers Trucks and Buses. Six-cylinder power . . . Six cylinder speed . . Six cylinder operating ease . . . The soap of 6-cylinder ac celeration and Ac safety of 4-wheel hydraulic brake de celeration . . . Four-speed transmission on all 25-cv.ri., i 35-cwi. and 2£-ton models. j See these trucks to-day ... Exact size and type for your | business. Drive one. Com- j pare them — for price, for j value, for appearance, for their ability to do your job and make you money — with any truc...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST ELECTION RETURNS. SYDNEY, to-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

LATEST ELECTION RETURNS. SYDNEY, to-day. The latest election returns from Kennedy show that Francis (N) will probably retain the seat, b'ut Nott's position in Herbert, is very precarious. Hunter (N) is considered certain of victory in Maranoa.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RACE BALL. LAST NIGHT'S "HOP." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

THE RACE BALL. LAST NIGHT'S 'HOP.' A magnificent supper, splendid music and a good floor attracted a fair number of daficers to the- Race Ball at St. Patrick's Hall yester night, but the Catholic community. -Prv,. TitTinco oViiivaVi ?Fnnrla t-lf» hall \V»K arranged, did not stand in behind the | promotors as they should have done.^ The supper was, just beautiful— the best spread put on at any dance in the district this yec.r, and the tables were decorated with yellow streamers, chrysanthemums and ferns. The ball room decorations were of multi colored streamers, and paper 'roses, in which were hidden Chinese lan terns. Those responsible for the decorations were Mesdames Hogan and Egan, Miss D. . Reardon; and Messrs C. Egan, W. Hogan, P.. Rear don and E. Chalker. Mr. Holden was the maker of the sweets and coffee, and those who helped included Mes dames W. Paine, Stribley, W. Hill, J. E. Potter, J..Keefe, Hv Ashwood, Barrett and Miss M. Hurley. Miss Vaughan had charge of the cool'drink...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

I MARRIAGE. j EDWARDS— McCORMICK. At St. Patrick's Church, Gundagai, on Nov. 21,, 1928, by Stv. Father Treacy, Thomas, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edwards, Tumut, and grandson of the late Mr. Thos. Searle, of Stony Cx-eek, to Ebie j Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs. Martin McCormick, of Bulga | Hut. j

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

I AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY, | I 'THE SHEEP MARKET. | j|| Sheep at noon to-day were |||| X unaltered. X CATTLE VALUES. X I v , ? - : — , ill I v Values For prime cattle were y, I j|| firm at noon sales. ? jjj } ||j maize Values. jj ijj The price of maize in Sydney jji! ^ is 4/3 to 4/4. 1

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANTED TO BE A HORDERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

WANTED TO BE A HORDERN. When the police raided the flat of a man who was arrested in a city store on a charge of shoplifting, they found the place fitted out like a city store. ( It is believed that the arrest will result in clearing up a series of robberies from shops during the past iew mraiihs.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STILL THE BOMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

STILL THE BOMBERS. The was another bomb outrage at Melbourne this morning, when a boarding house at the corner of Moray and Raglan streets, was partly wreck ed. The boarders were awakened by a terrific report; one, James East, received severe cuts on the hands. The police are endeavouring to trace the perpetrator.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. LUFF SAYS HE NEVER SAW PARKER MOLONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

MR. LUFF SAYS HE NEVER SAW PARKER MOLONEY. Mr. George Luff, on Tuesday, told us that he did not sign the Moloney manifesto ; neither did he authorise anyone to put his name on it. He point blank denied that he and his brother approached Mr. Moloney in Gundagai, and told him that they intended voting Labor. Mr. Luff goes further; he says that during the recent campaign he did not even see Mr. Moloney.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARE YOU A PROPHET. HALF-A-GUINEA FOR YOU. WHO WILL WIN IN THE SHIRE? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

ARE YOU A PROPHET. iiiitiitiitituittHMtiisiiinitiiiitMmiiiiiiiitiisiiiHitmmiiii HALF-A-GUINEA FOR YOU. WHO WILL WIN IN THE SHIRE? Can you place the three first run ners in the four Ridings of the forth coming, Shire election? The 'Independent' offers 10/6 to the person who is successful, or to the one getting closest to tne event ual result. All guesses to be in by Nov. 30th next. ' Fill in this coupon, and send it in to our office. I SHIRE ELECTION, 1928. j|j y 'A' RIDING. X ila, ? ? J i -2-' ? i :v. (3) .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. g ? ' i v 'B' RIDING. X 1! (i) ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. | i (2) ?? ? ? ? -»- ? ? ? - ?? s ! ??Ill V '^C' RIDING. X | a, ? .'..I 1 -2r ? '' ? ''I s -3) ? i „? 'D' RIDING. X jlj CD ...J- I -2- ????' ? I Ji Be sure and sign your name.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO IS RIGHT? MR. LUFF DID SIGN. ADVERTISEMENT PREPARED BY HIS FRIENDS. SAYS MR. PARKER MOLONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

WHO IS RIGHT? ...at ? ? ? lllllllllllllltlllllll MRi LUFF DID SIGN - ADVERTISEMENT PREPARED BY HIS FRIENDS. SAYS MR. PARKER MOLONEY. Dealing with the statement made by Mr. Geo. Luff, of Tumblong, deny ing that he had signed Parker Mo loney's '10 points to farmers'' ad vertisement, Mr. Parker Moloney, the night before the election, at Albury at his meeting, said that his attention had been drawn to the matter in the course of a telephone conversation. The advertisement, he said, was pre pared by his good farmer friends during his recent illness, but at the eleventh hour it was now alleged that a man from Tumblong, Mr. G. Luff, did not sign it. All he could say was that he (Mr. Moloney) addressed a meeting at Gundagai last Saturday, and Mr. Luff and his brother came to him and told him that for the first time in their lives they intended voting Labor. Members of the othei- side, he con tinued, had gone to some of the farm ers who had signed it, and endeavored to get them to repudiate ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

ON THE LAND Maize is now comimg into the local railway. This week 1200 bags from Tarrabandra were landed at the station. . » v * * Lines of merino ewes sold as low n/ft of flrmlVmvn sheer)' sales this week. The best price was 12/6. The prevailing dry conditions stid to be the cause' of the low market. 9 * ?* The Minister for Local Government told a deputation that he would, if possible, have the Local Government Bill amended in the direction of hav ing bishops' and deans' residences exempt from taxation. District stock sold at HOmebush on Monday: Ac. Glasscock Bros., Coolac, 75 wethers 18/7, 109 do 16/1, 41 rams 10/10. Ac. Wantabadgery Estate, 74 wethers 17/7, 106 do 16/8, .531 do 16/7. At cattle sde held by Messrs. Kyle and Co., last Saturday, the Vendors were: — E. Quilty, Withers Estate, Glasscock Bros, J. Jones, W. S. Gar diner, W. Rolles, J. Somerville, Miss Egan W. Edwr.rds and F.' Hen cry. The buyers included: A. Gittoes, (Cootamundra), J. Murray (Gilmore) S. Glasscock, W. Sm...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

Always Something New at Ryan's This season the demand is for Novelty Laces and Silks and I RYAN'S J 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., 7Jd., 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 .. ..1/11, 2/11, 5/6, 5/11 yd. PARIS FANCY LACE ? 9d. and 1/- yd. Hks OUR SILK STOCK IS THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED IN THE DISTR...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS Excursion Tickets at Single Fare for the Double Journey (minimum rates 8/9 first-class and 5/10 second class) will be issued at Gundagai, to Sydney and intermediate stations by train leaving Gundagai at 5.48 p.m. on Saturday, 15th December. These Tickets will have a coupon attached, which is not available for travel when returning unless re ' dated, and coupon must be present ; ed within the period of availability j at the Station named thereon (or | an intermediate Station) for that i purpose. j Tickets will be available for return within 42 days- — day of issue exclud- ! ! ed. j I Excursionists will only be allow ' ed to return by trains shown on i handbills. i j For full particulars as to . times : of trains at intermediate stations, ! &c., see handbills, obtainable from ! station masters. W. J. MORRIS, j Secretary. ' (8238)

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

? ' TO STAND THE SEASON as* AT NANGUS And travel the surrounding districts, The well-known Clydesdale Stallion, TRUE BARON SIRE: Baron Belmont (imp.); g sire, Baron of Bucklycie (11263), by Baron's Pride (9,122) ; 1st dam Agnata .(17475), by Sir Christopher (10286) ; 2'.?d dam Nancy, by Wil liamsvfi -d t';- 391) ; 3rd dam Victoria, by McVicar (5204). DAM: Kate (imp.) from New Zea land, by CSnn MacDonald; 3st dam 'Young- Jeonnie II-, by Pride of Gal loway (imp.) (uOi) ; 2nd dam Jean nie 111.. h-t'- Heather Jock (58); 3rd dam by Sir William Wal lace (L^fjpF-|805). This MPse is a proved sure foal getter, and his colts and fillies have sold up to £43 per head. FEE: £4 for 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 P...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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LIGHTING ADELONG £20,000 COMPANY BEING FLOATED A GOOD INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 November 1928

LIGHTING ADELONG £20,000 COMPANY BEING FLOATED A GOOD INVESTMENT. , Companies, as a rule, are concerns this paper, has little time for, but the Tumut, Adeloiig and District Elec tric Supply Co. Ltd., is a thing which strikes one as being a good, safe . in vestment. The Company, has secured a 19 trfioro' Tnivin 4- -frtT* jfcttio xiaucmoc iul xuiuui kjinx c iwi the purpose of supplyinjg electricity to the people ?of Adelong, Shepards tjown, Grahamstown, etc., and the. Shire has reserved the right of pur chasing the supply as a going con cern at the end of five years. It is anticipated that the supply of electiricitiy will be available =ight months Trom date of approval 01 the Government of the agreement. The cost to consumers will be 1/ per unit, subject to a reduction to lOd. per unit for payment within 14 days. Industrial and domestic power will cost 8d. per unit, subject to a reduction to 6d. per unit for payment within 14 days. Meter ren tals will cost 1/- per month. The Company h...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS FOOT IN A HOLE. FARM WORKER'S CLAIM [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

HIS FOOT IN A HOLE. I FARM WORKER'S CLAIM Before the Workers' Compensation Commission at Albury last week, Albert Arthur Hann, who was in jured while working on Henry Joseph Hoodless's farm at Tumbarumba on January 10 last year, claimed from Hoodless £4/4/8 per week compen sation for the time he was incapaci tated. Mr. Gavan-Duffy appeared for ap plicant and Mr. Hake, of Mr. F. J. Belbridge's office, for respondent. Hann gave evidence thai he was employed as a general hand. On January 10 he went to get the cows, put his foot in a hole and injured his leg. He was under Dr. Lewis's attention for two months and later under Dr. Weedon, of Wagga. Since the accident he was unable to do hard woi'k and had been unsuccessful in uuua-iiuu£ ju£ui/ uuueo. vuv past couple of months he had earned from £1 to 25/- rabbiting. Dr. Lewis, of Tumbarumba, said that during the time Hann was under his care he was totally incapacitated. He examined him about a week ago and found him to be still partially i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THRICE MARRIED THREE HUSBANDS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THRICE MARRIED THREE HUSBANDS KILLED. Mrs. Caroline Parker, a very old and highly-respected resident of Coo lamon, passed away at the residence of her grandaughter,, Mrs. W. Macau ley, Cowabbee Street, Coolamon, at the age of 91 years. The deceased was born in Hungary, where she was married to Francis Bush, after which they migrated to South America at the time of the North and South war, after which they came out to Aust ralia. By his marriage two children were born, Alick Bush, and the late Mrs. Thomas Webster, of Coolamon. They followed the gold diggings un til her husband, Francis Bush, was killed. She again married to Ladis laus Nagy at Forbes, and of this mar riage there were two children, Will iam and Frederick Nagy. After again following the diggings they moved to Grenfell, where Mr. Nagy was killed. Later she went to Temora, and was married the third time to Henry Parker. In 1884 Mr. Parker was killed in Temora in the claim known as the 'Parker Prospectors' Claim,' of which...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAN LOVES TOIL. WORTH £10,000—WORKS TO KILL TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

MAN LOVES TOIL .?iiitdtiMMiittiitiiiiMitiiiiixnniiimiifiwiinmiiMHniiiiir WORTH £10,000 — WORKS TO KILL TIME. Worth £10,000 and works as a wheelwright 'because he likes it. — That's Jim Garry, boas at Dave Nor moyle's blacksmith and wheelwright shop in Young. He is the only weal thy man in modern times who works laboriously to kiu time. , Mr. Jim Garry was one of a family of Garry's who had a big estate div ided among them' when the youngest reached the age df 21. | Jim had served his time as a black- . smith and wheelwright and when he came into wealth he couldn't see the force of idleness. He carried on. j If anyone doubts whether he is a worker, let them ask his employer, Dave Normoyle. Dave will tell him that Jim Garry is boss, often he has been lectured by Jim for wasting time talking to someone instead of , doing his work. J Of course, this wealthy son of toil i doesn't talk about his wealth, but it is said he sold an hotel recently for £7,000. And he didn't knock off work , to...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CUTS WOOD AT 85. GRANDFATHER SHOWS PHIL AND VIV. HOW TO DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

CUTS WOOD AT 85. ? ? ? GRANDFATHER SHOWS PHIL AND VIV. HOW TO DO IT. The grandfather and grandmother j of Gundagai's two champion foot- ? bailers, Phil and Viv. Freestone cele- , brated their diamond wedding tat Goulburn on Saturday week. Married at old St. Saviour's Church on November 17, 1868, Mr. and Mrs. P. Beckhouse, of Goulburn, on Sat urday celebrated their diamond wed ding. Mr. Beckhouse is 86 years of age and his wife 80. One of their daughters is Mrs. W- Freestone, of Gundagai. It was in the year 1857, Mr. Beckhouse drove a bullock team from Sydney with supplies for Goulburn stores. Six years later saw him a jiermanent resident, and some time afterwards he married Mrs. Beck house, who was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, and was born in Goulburn. The late Mr. and Mrs. Cooper had the distinction of being numbered amongst the first col onists to settle in this district, while Mrs. Beckhouse is possibly the oldest surviving native of Goulburn. The historic wedding ...

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