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THE NEW SITTING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THE. NEW. SITTING THE MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM FACING AUSTRALIA TODAY IS THAT OP PEACE IN .INDUSTRY. | ? ? ? ? — ? — ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS IS WHAT WE PAY THEM FOR. LEGISLATORS WORSE THAN FISHWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THIS IS WHAT WE PAY THEM FOR. LEGISLATORS WORSE THAN FISHWIVES. A star turn in the Legislative As sembly laBt week was provided by Mr. Lysaght. He attacked the Min ister for ? Justice (Mr. Lee) until his voice broke. Resuscitating the 'Alfred O'Neill' [ case, he told u 'rummy' tale about a bottle of wine. 'Yo! ho!' shouted a member. Mr. Lysaght's beard trembled as he spoke of Mr. Lee's past. Quoting Sir Thomas Henley he referred to the Minister as an 'unsuccessful par son.' 'The Reverend J. R. Lee!' cried Mr. Lysaught with prodigious scorn. He declared that Mr. Lee's war wounds had been sinovitis. 'Just fancy,' he bellowed to a startled House, 'Water on the knee!' He shook in a palsy of emotion. Mr. Foster: Is there anything dis honest in having water on the knee? Mr. Lysaught glared. He went on to describe Mr. Lee as a man with 'no capacity of any kind.' 'How dare Mr. Lee make dirty in sinuations about me and tin hares and motor cars ! ? ? 'I pushed them down his throat!' cried Mr....

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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WAGGA CATTLE MARKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

WAGGA CATTLE MARKE. The Associated Selling Agents ol Wagga report having held their ?usual fortnightly sale ot cattle in the Municipal Saleyards oi, -he 22nd inst. when there was a total yarding /if 1100. comprising 524 fats, 524 stores and 52 springers. Fats supplied were of good average quality with a fair sprinkle of prime lightweights, and odd pens of heavy' bullocks. Values for good trade quality in all sections were equal to last day's rates. Prime vealers were in good demand a't advanced rates. Competition was spirited throughout and closing sales were equal to those at the opening. Stores yarded were the best qual ity seen for some time and some good pens of young cattle and cows and calves were forward. These sold to good competition at values equal to the best of last day's prices. Pod ,dies were easier than recent high rsales. A good demand ruled through- j out and a total clearance was effect cdf - Springers were lightly supplied and were of mixed quality. Very - ?. few-...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CRICKET MATCH WON IN ONE HIT. A BALL WHICH TRAVELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

CRICKET MATCH WON IN ONE HIT. ? A ? A BALL WHICH TRAVELLED. In Mr. S. J. Looker's 'Cricket,' a book dealing with play in the early years, some interesting incidents are related. The chapter — 'Lord's in 1902' — contains an interesting ac count of a match won in one hit, and reads :— 'But perhaps the most curious oc currence was the victory won by the Australians against England in one hit. It will long be remembered that Australia, winning the toss, sent in Giffen and Lyons, and the latter, driv ing Lohmann's first ball hard, it fell on to the 11.35 express for Sheffield. The batsmen, of course, ran; and the fieldsmen saw it was hopeless to at tempt to recapture the ball, which fell through the window of the guard's brake. The Englishmen cried 'Lost ball;' the umpire, however, ruled that the ball is not lost when you know where it is. After consultation it was decided to telegraph to the station master to return the ball, and sub sequently Mr. Stoddart was sent by the 1.10 train to ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THE MARKETS District stock sold at Homebush last Thursday: — Ac. J. Anderson, Coolac, 10 xb suckers 21/1, 50 do at 20/2, 10 do at 18/7, 25 do at 18/5.. Ac. J. P. Roche, Muttama, 45 wethers 17/6, 30 do 17/4, 39 do at 17/2r Act. S. Maher, Coolac, 32 ewes I3/i, 22 do 8/10. .i.e. W. Lewin, Tumblong, 49 lambs iv.id hoggets 19/2, 19 do 15/4, 20 v.vo.i 12/-, 2i- do 11/-. ' Ac. Mrs. M. George, Coolac, 10 sucker 18/-, 59 do 17/11, 62 do at 1-1/ 10 ' ' Ac. A. Amith, Tumblong, 32 suck res 16/10K0 wethers 14/6. Ac. Agej^Mt. Horeb, 69 wethers Ac. Jj|^^^Kurner, Tumblong, 54 wethersjBJ!|j!p£9 do 14/10, 108 do Ac. Glasscock Bros., Coolac 286 wethei's 16/4, 20 do 16/3, 83 do 16/-, 17 vealers to £9/18/-, avg £8/11/-. Ac. Agents, Gundagai, 11 steers to £12/11/-, avg £12/2/3. Ac. R. H. Perkins, Mt. Horeb, 15 yearlings and calves to £6/14/- avg. £5/0/5. Ac. T. J. Nicholls, Muttama, 46 ' ewes 12/10, 9 rams 9/. Ac. J. Douglas, Muttama, 56 weth ers 17/5. Ac. A. Gittoes, Tumblong, 38 wethers 16/-, 18 ewes 1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

ANOTHER SERVICE STRI PE FOR MR. BRUCE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

j' Shire 1 Elections i I ' — j ! i To Electors, 'B' Riding — 1 i VOTE | AND WORK FOR i _ r f HYNOEsj THE PROGRESSIVE 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. j j ! — and — J A SEARCHING INVESTIGATION j INTO THE PRESENT HIGH COST ? = OF ELECTRICITY CHARGES. ! ? | { Cast a Vote for a man who will | not Hesitate to speak his mind. j SHIRE ELECTION | I ? I 'D' RIDING | D. H. ROBERTS j IS A CANDIDATE. _. 'J — — — — — j TO THE ELECTORS OF 'D' RIDING. vote for Mclaughlin 4 YOUR INTERESTS ARE HIS INTERESTS SHIRE ELECTION TO THE ELECTORS D. R. NICHOLLS i IS A CANDIDATE FOR 1 'A' RIDING ELECTORS OF 4 U » RIDING GIVE ONE TO McHugh, F. R. RIDING ' A.'- GUNDAGAI SHIRE ELECTIONS. boy Ton. IS AGAIN A CANDIDATE £ FOR THE ABOVE RIDING * and A Solicits a Continuance of the Confidence previously reposed in him ( XJS^EID GARS Isecfi Slsecl 6ars Huge Auc...

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SOLDIERS' MONUMENT AT GUNDAGAI. WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. PASTORAL. FAT LAMBS. THE TYPE OF EWE TO BREED, THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

SOLDIERS' MONUMENT AT GUNDAGAI. WITH TIE MAN ON THE LAND. PASTORAL. FAT LAMBS. THE TYPE OF EWE TO BREED. THEM. When considering the type of ewe from which -bo breed fat lambs, sev eral aspects of the case must be con sidered, and perhaps the most im nortant of these is availability. Be cause of 'the greater numbers bred I (writes Sheep and Wool Expert of the Department of Agriculture) it | is always possible to buy Merino ewes, I but tie same cannot be said of come back and crossbred ewes, good even lines of which are often very hard to obtain. The fact must- be borne in mind when conisdering the pur chase of ewes for lamb-raising, and it indicates that, whether suitable or not, in numerous cases the Merino ewe will be used because other types are not available. As a mother for the production of a first class export lamb under average conditions, the pure Merino ewe cannot be regarded as entirely satisfactory. Merino ewes -mature slowly, and compared with the crossbred ewes do not g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

CREAM DANCE. (In aid of Girls' Friendly Society.) ST. JOHN'S HALL, GUNDAGAI. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Tickets, 3/ f. McCarthy, O. HAWKE, Hon. Sees. AT TARCUTTA NEXT WEDNESDAY * OPENING SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HALL A GRAND BANQUET at 3 p.m. Tickets, 10/-. CONCERT and DANCE at Night. Leading artists, including MRS. BEDE RYAN, Gundagai'. M. EGAN, President. Land Agent Act, 1827. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR REGISTRATION. I, SIDNEY ARTHUR SMITH, car rying on business as an Auctioneer, and Stock and Station Agent, at the Royal Hotel, Gundagai, hereby give Notice, that it is my intention to apply to the Land and Valua(tion Court, within one month of the pub lication hereof, for Registration as a Land Agent, under the provisions of the Land Agent Act, 1927. Any person desiring to object to the said application, is hereby re quired within fourteen (14) days of the publication hereof to lodge with the Registrar of the said Court, and forward to me at the address (pri vate) stated below, by prepa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THE INDEPENDENT ? « ? :o: ? MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26*1928.

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WEDDING BELLS PEEL—TASKER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

WEDDING BELLS PEEL — TASKER A very pretty wedding took place at Christ Church, Cootamundra, on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. D. Sherris officiating. The contracting parties were Mary Ellen Tasker, only daughter of Mrs. M. Tasker, of Coota mundra, and late of Adelong, and Charles Peel, youngest son of Mr. and {Mrs. Peel, of Adelong.. The bride was givefi away by a fi*iend, Mr. George Bull, and wore a charm ing frock of ivory crepe-de-chene, trimmed with crystal beads, and the usual wreath and veil, lent by her aunt, Mrs. Wallace. She carried a sheaf of lillies and asparagus fern. Miss Dorrie Peel was bridesmaid, and wore a pretty frock of shell-pink crepe-de-cihine, Itjrimmed with gold, and carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas and fern. The train-bearers were Miss Eileen Wallace, cousin of the bride, and Miss Jean Oakman, niece of the bridegroom. They wore pale-blue crepe-de-chene, silver trim med, and carried bouquets of blue sweet peas and fern. Mr. Fred Tasker, brother of the brid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

i. OPTICIANS ! .. { MAY BE CONSULTED I 1 ? ? ? at the ? 1 ? ROYAL HOTEL, j J Gundagai, on J i TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 jj ? from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. » ? JH»- H. j : BARRA€&@S3©B j I LIMITED I » 385 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY K I (Opp. 'he Strand Arcade) g I Sole Distributors in JJ. S.W. lor 3 « ULTRA SIN LENSES * ? have rislted this town regukirly for n arty I ! half a century, and are hoc connected !! ? in business with any other firms of a S ! similar name. J mfm ..wiiHKvuuu mt-ti

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 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 ! i MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING I TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, ii — ? 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. TOOL 6RUT0H1NGS. 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, babbit Skins, at top rates. ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 10! . 1 ™ 1 J^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated fiom the Slectric Light or potuer socket. 7fO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Urn - 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. Stat...

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THE BAZAAR BULLOCK. SERGEANT WANTED IT EXPOSED PROSECUTES MAN FOR SELLING A RAFFLE TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THE BAZAAR BULLOCK., j SERGEANT WANTED IT EXPOSED PROSECUTES MAN FOR SELL ING A RAFFLE TICKET. Police Magristrate Harrison was called on, at Murrumburrah police court last week, to give a decision in a case, where a bullock was raf fled as a bazaar. The charge against Ernest Spackman was that he sold a ticket in a raffle. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Prescott. Sergeant North, deposed — On tha 17th September, defendant came into the police office and said that he had a bullock donated to the Country Stall, and that his daughter was a candidate in the Popular Girl Competition, and represented the Country Stall; he asked me if' he could raffle the bullock and leave it in a paddock; I said 'I can't give that permission as the law provides that you must have the bullock ex posed for sale at the Bazaar, and I have to report at the conclusion of the Bazaar as to whether everything was exposed, for sale; he also said he had a suit of clothes donated and could he raf...

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GRASS-SEED ABSCESSES. CONFUSION WITH TUBERCULAR GLANDS AND ACTINOMYCOTIC GROWTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

GRASS-SEED ABSCESSES. CONFUSION WITH TUBERCULAR GLANDS AND ACTINOMYCOTIC GROWTHS. Requests are periodically made to the Stock Branch of the Department of Agriculture, states a departmental leaflet, -that cattle suspected of being tuberculous micght be examined by a veterinary officer, and frequently such cattle are found to be suffering from neither tuberculosis noif actin omycosis, but from grass-seed Ab scesses in the region of the throat and between the jaws. The lumps caused by these abscesses are in the early stages fairly round and well defined, but: later they burst out wards and discharge. The grass seeds causing them are taken in with the food, and are arrested by their barbs in the mouth and throat, whence they are gradually work into the soft tissues causing irritation and the formation of pus. The abscess so formed enlarges and burrows down wards, causing at the same time the formation of a certain amount of fibrous tissue. Cattle affected in this way appear to be most c...

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GUNDAGAI RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

GUNDAGAI RACES. Gundagai Race Club's spring meet ing concluded on Thursday. The results were: — Maiden Handicap.— Bombardor 1; Baize 2, Eskimo 3. Winner, 5/4 on. Shorts Handicap. — Denman 1, Vap pa 2, Golden Poppy 3. Winner, 5/4 on. President's Handicap ? Kerebin, w.o. Second Trial Handicap. — Light Hobble 1, Valbria 2, Duke Bronze 3. Winner, 3's. Farewell Handicap. — Bultony 1, Jessillo 2, Repudonia 3. Winner 5/2. » ? ft The gate takings on the second day of Gundagai Races totalled £85. For the two days £215 was gathered in. The meeting was the most suc cessful spring one ever held here. ? * ? Why don't Gundagai people pat ronise their own race meetings? We put this query to a townsman on Sat urday, and his reply was, 'Oh, it's too expensive.' Yet. this same man regularly attends Tumut meetings, which, by the time he pays his motor care fare, proves a more expensive outing that the Gundagai one. We further learned that he was not a member — had he been one he would have found that ...

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ON THE LAND MAIZE GROWING. A MECHANICAL MAIZE PICKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

ON THE LAND MAIZE GROWING. A MECHANICAL MAIZE PICKER. A machine that merits close con sideration by growers of large areas of maize in inland districts is des cribed in . the current issue of the Agricultural Gazette. It has been claimed for this mechanical maize picker that it is meeting a big demand 4.x,« mni7o.oTDWfirs in other countries, seeing that it makes avail able to them a method of harvesting their crop that eliminates pulling and husking by hand. Unler N.S.W. con ditions, however, it would obviously be unwise for a grower to purchase a machine when he has only a smali area. Moreover, on the coast maize is customarily, and advisedly, hi r vested in the husk, and the individual areas are too small to warrant the purchase of a machine as a business proposition. The machine described is one that was imported into Australia by the Victorian Department of Agriculture for the purpose of testing it out in the large maize growing areas oi' Ofrbost and Lindenow in Victoria. It was...

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THE WORLD OF SPORT CRICKET MUNDARLO v. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

THE WORLD OF SPORT CRICKET -1111 llillltlllllf It III H lilt ISItUtllMIIUItlUIHIUIItltllllllllllJIIIlM MUNDARLO v. GUNDAGAI. Gundagai Cricket Club played a re turn match against Mundarlo yester day, on the latter's ground, and had an easy win; 85 runs separating the two totals on the first innings. Over half the Gundagai batsmen reached double figures, and V. Carberry and L. Miller, with 26 and 27 respectively, were top scorers. The bowling hon ors went to V. Carberry (2 for 3), and P. Sullivan (3 for 8). L. Turn er brought off some 'Gregory-like' catches, one in particular being a 'beauty.' J. Contessa, for Mundarlo, was the only batsman to trouble the Gundagai howlers. One of the pleas ing features of game was the much improved fielding on the Gundagai side. The following are the scores: — GUNDAGAI 1st. INNINGS. V. Carberry, b Contessa ? 26. E. Bounader, b Geaghan . . ..10 P. Sullivan, l.b.w., b Contessa . . 15 L. Cork, c Paton, b Dennis ? 16 K. Eich, c Paton, b Geaghan . . 17 P. ...

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"WE KILLED A SHEEP." TWO YOUNG FELLOWS ARE CONVICTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

w WE KILLED A SHEEP.' TWO YOUNG FELLOWS ARE CONVICTED. At. the local police court to-day before Messrs P. Sullivan and W. C. Stribley, J.'s P., Edwin Percy Griffen, aged 26, and Earnest Hopgood, aged 18, were charged with being in pos ssession of mutton reasonably sup posed to be stolen. Sergeant Dyce deposed : About 10 a.m. on Saturday last I proceeded | in the direction of Nangus, in com pany with Constable Farrington. A'bout 5 miles out we passed a motor ear, coming in the direction of Gun dagai. The accused were sitting in the back of the car. We then turned and followed them back to Gundc.gai. We overtook them going down the bank of the creek underneath the bridge. They had got out of the car. I said to Griffen, 'Where did you come from?' He said, 'We came from Junee.' I said, 'Did you stop at an unoccupied place at Kimo, be tween here and Nangus last night?' He said, 'Yes. we did.' I said, 'Do you know anything about a sheep be ing killed there last night?' He said 'No, we do ...

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HOSPITAL DAY. SATURDAY STREET CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

HOSPITAL DAY. SATURDAY STREET CARNIVAL. Gundagai Hospital street carnival, on Saturday last, resulted in a goodly sum being gathered in, despite the :*act that the crowd in town was not an average Saturday one. All con nected with the Carnival workted hard, especially the ladies. The stall-holders were:— Sweet Stall: Mesdames Phillips, Hunnings, Dyce, Cork, Misses Lizzie Hawke, G. Hunninga, McGoldrick, Dorse and Judy McLe'od. Fancy Stall: Mrs. S. H. Donnelly, Mrs. Dr. Byrne, Mrs. Stribley, Mrs. Leo. Ryan, Miss Turner, Miss Hunt, Mrs,- Williams, Matrdn MoNamara, Mrs. Hogan, Miss Rene Ratliff, and others. ' Cake Stall: Mrs. A. Lindley, Mrs. Dr.1 Owen, Mrs. Keen, Mrs. West and Mr. Geoff Morgan. A Jumble Stall was conducted by Mrs. J. J. H. Gardiner and Mrs. L. M. Boyton, assisted by Mesdames O. H. Jones, T. Richards, T. A. Wood bridge, H. Hourne, R. McGregor, G. Ellwood, G. Holm, B. S. Bruchhauser; Misses M. A. Carberry, D. Ehvorthy, L. Stafford, N/Nicholls, J. Craig, and D. McGregor; ...

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