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

WANTED TO BUY | SECOND HAND CARS OF ANY DESCRIPTION We have several clients wishing to' purchase good second hand cars and lor 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. ' : v-.:

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTORAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

PASTORAL PARS Woolmen in Gundagai district de lighted at the upward trend of the market. tf. * * t The is plenty of feed in the dis trict, but, away from the river, the water shortage is troubling stock- j owners. ? ' Last week Messrs R. A. Black and Sons, of 'Blenlea,' Redlands (Cor owa) hai'vested a nine acre block of Palestine oats which yielded sixty three bushells per acre. The seed was purchased from Werribee Re | search Farm, Victoria. ,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE To replace Constable Wilson at Gundagai, Constable Linaker, of Albury, has taken up duty. $ $ t Rev. P. J. Hartigan, parish priest at Nar&ndera, who has been on the sick list of late, is on a visit to Coolac. That smart little telegraph office boy at Gundagai, Tom Aikers, the been appointed postman at Quean beyan. » » » A lot of sickness in and around Gundagai. Fourteen local cases of pneumonia are under treatment. * * * Mr. Greg. McGirr has added an other to hi3 long list of hotel proper ties by purchasing the Royal hotel at Warren from Mr. E. W. Hess at a highly satisfactory figure. « * ? * The condition of Mrs. D. Pierse, of Wagra, who is a patient in Gun dagai Hospital, is still very critical. Mr. Paddy S'ullivan, of Jones Creek, also in the institution, is slightly better. ? * ? Born at Tomorroma, just on 90 years ago — one of the first white children to see the light of day in that region — Mrs. Mary Wilson, died near Yass last week. She lived all her life...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS IIUttMllllimillliniHIIIIIimHIIIHIIIHIIlHtMIIIIUlM The fishing season opens next Sat urday. ? « ? ? The first test match starts next Friday. Be sure and send in your Shire election ballot papers this week. The Hospital is crowded and the staff is kept busy looking after the 16 patients in the institution. « ? ? The Rev. S. G. Davis has arranged to hold an open-air service at Sandy Falls, at 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon next. * * ? * Can you tip the Shire election re sults? There is half-a-guinea at the 'Independent' Office for the person who can get nearest to the result. * * * As a result of water being let out at Burrinjuck on Friday, the river at Gundagai yesterday rose suddenly to 7ft. 4in. above summer level. To-day the reading is 6ft. 6in. Motorists are warned that the police have received instructions to take proceedings 'where drivers of cars use a 'cut out' and have not a prop er silencer affixed to their cars. ? ? ? Mr. D. H. Roberts, hon. treasurer of Gundagai Ho...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

RECIPES SWEET RECIPES. Honey Slab.— 2 tablespoonfuls oi sugar, 4 tablespoonsfulls of honey, a few drops of vinigar, 1 dessert spoon ful of water. Place the sugar in a pan to a boil and then add the honey. Boil for a few minutes till the mix ture becomes hard, then drop on a plate, add the vinegar, and pour into a greased dish and leave till cold. Syrup Candy. — 1 cupfull of butter, 1 cupful of white sugar; 2 cupfuls of golden syrup. Mix all together and boil until the mixture hardens when tosted in cold water on a saucer. Turn out on to .'buttered plates, and ; when cool enough o handle pull and j twist until it i3 quite light. Doing ' this will be great fu«.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

ON THE LAND Still the dry spell. Only 21 points of rain in Gundagai for November. Hot days and cold nights ! Drought signs, so the weather prophet says. « * * Big stock sale at Muttama on Fri day by Auctioneer Donoghue. Lindley Bros. (Jackalas) wool clip this year averaged 2 Id., per lb., all round, and as they had a wonderful clip their cheque at Christmas will be decent. The vargaries of the wool market are shown by the fact that the top price secured (251d.) was for wool off the same sheep, which brought only 25d. last year. The rabbits which are coming into Gundagai Freezing Works are mud fat — it is years since such fine spec imens hav'e gone into the local free zer. . Practically no rabbits are be ing secured close to Gundagai— they are all coming from the rough moun tain country.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

GENERAL NOTES oiiMiiMtmtttmtiiittiHiiMrtHrmtmtkffitHHmtitimtttmmii Talk about getting bushed. One wet day about 16 stockmen were making for a particular point i'n j rough countrly, and eventually they j reached a tableland. There was one j ?simple chap from town amongst , them, and the stockmen were con tinually pointing ont brumby tracks to him, or at least they thought they were doing so. A last the simple chap who was in the rear, said, 'How many more times are you going to I come here. Why this is the sixth j time you have passed this log, and j I am getting hungry so go somewhere j else.' Then all hands realized that they had been taking their own tracks to be those of brumbies. They struck off again and reached the point where they were to go. You see they were all wet and miserable, and were iust following the man in front, who apparently was not looking where he was going. ? * * Another time I knew an aboriginal whom I consider could not be bushed. He could go straight acros...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

POLITICAL PIPS | ......................................... ? ? ? ? 'They make of it 'the back-yard, or the rubbish tip of New South Wales,' remarked Cr. G. A. L. Wilson, (broth er of Mr. Basil Wilson, Gundagai) at a meeting of Riverina Development Committee, last week, when referring in resentment to apparent indifference by the Government departments to wards the Riverina. * ❖ ? * Now that the 'captains and the kings depart', let the Country Party in this electorate take to heart the lesson contained in Moloney's big victory. Some months back a cor respondent wrote : — 'The Country Party fell in the potage badly when the January conference failed to select a candidate. So -far nobody has 'blown the gaff' on the little bit of intriguing which duped the dele gates and rendered that conference a 'wash out.' Fitzparick, who spot ted the 'nigger in the woodheap' withdrew immediately, and as he told a friend, would never approach another pre-selection conference without a gas mask ! » * ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

. ? ? I Save Money i BY SHOPPING AY j STRIBLEYS 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 Recom 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. SUMMER FROCKS...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

|AT HOMEBUSH T0-DAy| jl| THE SHEEP MARKET. |j ?''? Sheep at noon to-day were |ji unaltered. ? ? ? ? jjj || CATTLE VALUES. '??? K ? — ? 1 jjj Values for prime cattle were v ... .unaltered ||j| l ,MAIZE VALUES. j|| ID ? r~ M The price of maize in Sydney jljj | is 4/3 to 4/4. 'Jjj

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IS GOTHIC WORTH? WOULD £25,000 BE GIVEN FOR HIM? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

WHAT IS GOTHIC WORTH? WOULD £25,000 BE GIVEN FOR HIM? All the talk about Mr. Sol Green having been offered £50,000 and £80,000 for Gothic by an English sportsman is regarded as ridiculous by prominent Sydriey owners and breeders of horses. Mr. K. Austin, of H. Chisholm and Co., is otf the opinion that 25.000 guineas would have been the biggest offer had the horse been for sale. Last week H. Chisholm and Co. re ceived instructions from England to ask Mr. Green to put a price on the horse. The principal was not Lord Wool avington, as has been suggested, nor was the son of Tracery wanted for an English stud. The would-be buyer has not been authentically named, but Mr. Austin says that if a sale had eventuated the horse would have gone to a breeding establishment in France. However, Mr. Green said that Gothic could not be bought. The announcement provoked a straight out offer from overseas of 18,000 guineas for the horse. The sum mentioned was looked up on as a starting-off point for ne...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 26 November 1928

ARE YOU A PROPHET. AIMIIHMNIHIJI|MCIUllUlUmf-llllUUIliUlllllUllliaullllMllil|l 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 the event- i ual result. j All guesses to be in by Nov. 30th next. Fill in this coupon, and send it in to our office. | SHIRE ELECTION, 1928. | | . 'A' RIDING. X i ? i I - 'B' RIDING. I | (!- .. .. .. .. .. ,.| [j -2) ? ? ? 'ii v (3) ? ? '- I i [III 'C' RIDING. x i at .. .. | ! | 'D' RIDING. i -» ?? ?? ? ? I j -2» ? ?? 'i V (3) ? K Be sure and sign -your name.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

In Hume there are 43,294 electors j on the roll, and 40,790 voted; This represents a 93 per cent. poll.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENATE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

' SENATE Dooley . ? ? 18,664 Dunn ? ? .Y .. 874 Rae . . . ^ . . . 708 Abbott .. . . . . .. 10,583 Oi-chard .. .. .. .. .. 5,840 Thomas.. .. .. .. .. .. 786 Informal ? ? 3355 ' ? i

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REFERENDUM [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

REFERENDUM Yes ? ? 28,564 No . . . . . . . . .... . . 8,949 Infoi'mal ? 3277

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HUME. DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

THE HUME. DECLARATION OF POLL. The counting of votes in the Hume electorate concluded at Albury on Tuesday. Mr. Parker Moloney was elected by an absolute majority of 2149. The figures are: — Moloney (Lab.) . . . ; . . 20,852 Fleming (C.P.) ? 10,797 Garry (Nat.) .. 7,906 Majority for Moloney . . 2149

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 — 29 November 1928

ON THE LAND i Auctioneer Donoghue's cattle, sheep , pig and turkey sale at Muttama to- , morrow. I ? ? ? ; / ! A season's record. For locks 14^-1. per lb. was secured by Winchconibe this week. The wool was from the clip of Mr. C. Hill, Yass. Yorkshire, Continental, Japanese ? and Australian millmen all competed for Mr. Arthur H. Cooper's wool clip from Tarcutta offered at Winchcombe, Carson's Sydney auction on Monday. The wool was attractive in length and quality and was in soft handling con dition. The h.iggets He- jc sold 't ?.r:d., wether.?' 24id.. pieces 21ici., bellies lr-i . io'.ks 8?d. and the come- . back fleece at 23d. * * * | District wool clips sold in Sydney this week: — JPR/ Muttama, 11 aaa w e 24£d., 6 aa w e h 223d., 5 a pes 172d. JDD/Mut, 9 m f 21d. HKD/Gwalia, 28 bales aaa w at 241d., 15 aa w h at 223d., 7 a w at 23*d., 18 bkn f w h at 22*d., 30 pes w h at l8Jd., 7 bels w at 14Jd. JR/Kimo (Gundagai), 23 aaa w at 23£d., 5 aaa at 22d., 9 bkn fw at 192d., 15 aaa e at 2...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

TO THE EDITOR. GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL Dear Sir, I have been noting with interest the strenuous campaign that is be ing conducted in connection with the Shii-e Election in Gundagai. By. the 'Independent' I see that a foi mer Braidwoodite in the person of Mr. J. Hyndes is seeking election. 'Jack' should be a decided acquisition to the Council. A young virile Aus ralian, he knows country conditions as few men do, and has had a long experience of country requirements. He was a member of the Tallaganda Shire Council in Br&idwood for a couple of years, arid proved himself a level-head, practical man, earning the respect of councillors and rate payers alike. Mr. Hyndes was a fine athlete. He was easily the best Rugby Union foi' wai-d who ever donned a jersey in these parts. As a cricketer, too, he was above the average, while few ama teurs were better with the boxing gloves. , Foot-running also was num bered amongst his other accomplish ments. 'Jack' was one of the cleanest sportsm...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

POLITICAL PIPS \ The Boothby (S.A.) and Herbert (Q.) Federal seats are still in doubt, but Labor is leading in both places. « * B Ha, 'Tommy make room for your Uncle!' The Bavin Ministry, after 12 months' gammon, are going to re-impose the tax, on industry in or der to pay the Child Endowment. .Next year the man who finds the wages to pay Bill and Tom, will be asl^ed to spar up to pay Bill and Tom's missus their Endowment money. ? * * After a lot of hard-thinking, ner vous breakdowns and headaches, the Bavinites are taking a dose of Lang's Endowment medicine — good old Mr. and Mrs, Industry will hijve to foot | the bill. I

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THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF CHARLIE EX-GUNDAGAI MAN ARRANGES BIG AUSTRALIAN TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF CHARLIE EX-GUNDAGAI MAN ARRANGES BIG AUSTRALIAN TRIALS. Mr. F. C. ('Charlie') Green, the j erstwhile Gundagai sheep dog 'king,' is evidently a live wire up North. He is a member of the Dalby (Queens land) P. and A. Association, and at the monthly meeting of the Society, last week ' he fathered a scheme to put Dalby on the map. j 'LET US MAKE HISTORY.' Mr. Green wanted Dallby to make history — he advocated something be ing done to make it known all over Australia, and to that end pleaded for the running of- an Australian Sheep Dog Championship in connec tion with the 1929 Show. It was wholly a matter 'of finance. He had already received promises of dona tions amounting to 86 guineas, and he felt certain that more than 95 per cent would make good, and there were still many people to be seen. ! He thought that the amount subscrib ed should reach 200 guineas. The last Australian Championship competition had been run a long time ago, and the prize money had amounted t...

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