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FOURTEEN STITCHES V.C. IS WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

FOURTEEN STITCHES V.C. IS WOUNDED. Jack Ryan, the Tumut boy who won a V.C. at the war, was in a mot or mishap near Canowindra on Sun day. Thei steering gear of the car he was in went wrong, and the car left the road and charged into a deep gutter. A spring broke and Ryan was thrown forward on to the wind-, screen which collapsed. The suffer er was conveyed by the Cowra am bulance to the hospital where he re ceived treatment for severe lacerat ions to the face, .one exit, over the right eye being very deep. In all fourteen stitches were inserted.; /fhe dx-iver escaped injui-y.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACER DROPS DEAD. THE LAST OF KONGOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

RACER DROPS DEAD. miitiimiiiiiamiittitiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiimHiiiiHiiitiiilii THE LAST OF KONGOOLA. The well-known race mare Kon- j goola, which' played up at last week's Gundagai race meeting, in the Trial Handicap, dropped dead at Tumut this xnorniilg. The mare, x'idden by Sutherland, was being exercised and noticing that she was i-altering, the rider, jumped off. A little while later the mare dropped dead. Kongoola was leased from Mr., Brown, of Melbourne, by a Tumut publican, Mr., Jacob Wilson. She was 5 yeax-s old, by Buri'abadeen — Kongula, and won the Trial Plate at Tumut meeting a fortnight ago. Despite the fact that the racing authorities had debarred her from stai-ting in this disti'ict, she was be ing kept in work, with the idea of x-acing her in the west.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CITY NEWS. LONG LIVE THE MING. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. LONG LIVE THE KING. SYDNEY, To-day. A bulletin, issued at 7.15 p.m. yes terday says that the King passed a 1 fair day, with some sleep. Other , ?conditions were unchanged. j

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

AT HOMEBUSHTO DAYl | _ THE SHEEP MARKET. Ill /I Sheep at noon to-day were ||j ;!; firm, lambs 1/- dearer. v | CATTLE VALUES.; X |i|| Values for prime cattle were Ill] unaltered jjjj | MAIZE VALUES. t | II The price of maize in Sydney || vo-day was 4/5. |i|!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

THE qualities which have gained for Chev rolet the place of the world's leader among low priced_ cars have been im proved — refined — aug mented ; all with the idea ; of providing greater value. The new Chevrolet is now offered as follows:— STANDARD OOAr TOURER &6UO STANDARD fQAr ROADSTER X&\JO SPORTS POOP ROADSTER xZZU (with Dicky Seat) TW0-D00R oanr SEDAN XZ©5 FOUR-DOOR OQl r SEDAN ctOlO Hi: All Models are Equipped with 5 Balloon Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR BIgigc®9- slkcL JteWaear : ' A STRONGER AND LONGER^CHASSIS \ /it THE wheelbase h'as been increased Wj to 107. inches, two snubber plates have been added to each spring control- ? - . ling the rebound and absorbing shocks. : if Rims are wider and the tyre size. Ms' M been increased. All , these improve^ /nP, lOBy ments result in a supreme roau'eom fort and riding ease. AN E: £ VITALLY IMPROVED JMPORTANT refinements in v#PgT \ ff,JL A ''%l Chevrolet valve-in-head engine \ f m promotes greater power, gre...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

NEW PHAETON j TPHIS entirely new car surpasses the ' ' accepted standards of light car accomplishment, and establishes a new standard of acceleration, speed, power, and smoothness. It is as far I ' ahead of its time as was the famous 1 Model 'T' in 1908. j Motor, I Make and Model — Ford 'A'; Four 1 Cylinders — Bore 3|in., Stroke 4£- in.; Unit Construction; P.uinp and Thermo Syphon Cooiing: Pump. Splash, and Gravity Lubrication: Single-coil Distribu tor Ignition: Sliding Gear (3-speed) | Transmission; Multiple 9-platc Dry Disc | Clutch;- Crankshaft Statically and Dy I namically Balanced; High and Low Speed | ; Jet Carburettor (hot-spot manifold); gl Aluminium Pistons: Two-blade Aeroplane |j Type Fan: Bakeliscd Fabric Timing Gear; 8! Carbon Chrome Nickel Alloy Valves; ?sj R.A.C. Rating,' 24.03 H.P.; Actual De || vcloped H.P. 40 at 2200 R.P.M. Equipment Windshield Wiper; Rear View Mirror; Speedometer; Dash Light: Petrol Gauge; Ammeter: Combination Tail and Stop Light: Motor-driven Horn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

? ? ? ? Tit© Australian Morris C@wley 56 Iiieli Track Designed to Aaasfcrall&sa Conditions tti^h clearance, roomy five-passenger ody, special sprin&infe, ample power —are features of this latest product of\Morris Motors. 4£jjj^&ster & Tourer ^S§7/SO/ ) Saloon - .£350 , Inspect the complete Morris range from £210 to .£495 Morris Cowley i CC7 5-pass. Tourer O / /10/' Local Distributor: (BUTCHER & CO. SOUTH GUNDAGAI. THE WORLD HAS A NEWER A N D l-'IN'ER MOTOR CAR fhl £~V CI? If 4m .4fl^ %| j=$i\ ' 2LJ!L®N 111 If 1 j® P i tf'' ' ri'' ' ' ' fi ! A 'ash r'400,' Advanced Six. 7 -Passenger, Salon Body We'll leave it to you — just look at the body designs of the other new cars, then look at the Nash '4G0' Sak-n desiVn. The -D ' eyes ' will be for the 'Nash.' OTHER IMPORTANT FEATURES— No other car has all of them | Twin-Ignitioa Motor (On Advanced and Special Models) Houdaille and Lovejoy shock absorbers (Exclusive Nash Mounting) Bohnalite alloy pistons...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Gundagai P.P. Board [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

Gundagai . P.P. Board At Tuesday's meeting of Gundagai P.P. Board there were present Direc tors J. EHiot (vice-chairman) W(. Glasscock, J. Roche, H. P. Carberry, J. O. Robertson, W. Hassett, and Basil Wilson. The Tweed-Lismore Board wrote asking support to a recommendation I re direct representation on Council df Advice. The Secretary said the eastern divi sion wanted four reps; against 3 and 2 for the other divisions. The matter was left till the Pre sident was in attendance. In regard to the conference of In spectors at Wagga, it was reported that the Inspector had attended. The Under-Secretary of Lands wrote re book-keeping fee on wire netting instalments. Crs. Hassett and Glasscock had it carried that it be made plain in the accounts rendered. The Lands Department wrote re restriction of terms of repayment for wire-netting. The Chairman said the Board used its own discretion in the matter, ac cording to the tenure under which the land was held. In regard to an application from t...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

AUSTRALIAN I WOOL is Greatly Wanted Mr. Harry Dawson, the well known British Wool Broker, has sounded this optimistic note 'The demand everywhere to day is for wool, more wool.' Science and pra&ical knowledge can be used to meet that demand for more wool. Many wool growers already have found that VITA-IM is a scientific preparation based on sound, pra&ical experience, which will increase the growth, and im prove the condition of wool, mote particularly if used constantly. All Australian Wool growers can benefit by using this pra&cal and scientific preparation. ITS COST IS MODERATE j*Take &e Drudgery ** jj from tKe Kitchen ! jjj Bj YOU can prepare a com 0 plete meal at one time Ej Sj wifh this jfl j? COMBINATION S g COOKER $ jjj It will boil, fry, grill, bake, H ? roast, stew and toast simul- g ' taneouslj) and save you time ^ 5 and mone\-. 5 $ K H Price £12/10/- Complete S $ Demonstration* with plea* £ Ij sure. 1 H. Wortbington I j* Electrical Enginee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

3 Sheep per Acre Is now the rule, where top-dressing with SHSftLEY'B SUPER has converted ' sheep to the acre ' country and provided more and better feed Get in line with those who have already proved it. Imppovement is not a catch phrase, but an accepted policy by progressive stock men. Write for our new literature on the subject. AUSTRALIAN FERTILIZERS Piy.Ltd., ?- Goldsbrough House, 5 Macquarie Place, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

[?] iifealllPowto, every Spark . / HINTS \\\^ -'.'Jj Otr ?\|r TRACTORS (2) The Spark Always drive your traaor with the My spark as far advanced as possible, mv ' When extra heavy pulling ts cn \\\y countered, it may be necessary to w retard a litrlc co obviate knocking, n but under all ordinary circumstan ces a full advanced spark gives the y most satisfactory and economical vl I results. ) \ A retarded spark means poor power Y, )\ V and an overheated motor. Very /¥ '®v' often when the engine is carboned \V up the tractor owner drives on a -i retarded spark to stop knocking; '*) 'V this is bad praaice. Do not drive on a retarded spark: remove che carbon. '^jjf Othtt Hint to HE perfect performance - of your tractor during ^ harvest depends on the „ development of the full power impulse from every spark. This requirement is adequ ately met by the complete vapourisation of CROSS, which ensures that ignition and perfect combustion take place with every spark. V t ^MPA^Y ^OF AUSTRAL^^ im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XXIII. AN AMATEUR SHERLOCK HOLMES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

— OUR SERIAL STORYs*#^ The Fatal CHAPTER XXIII. | AN AMATEUR SHERLOCK j HOLMES Hugh Homfrey considered himself ? fair judge of humanity in general, p.nd had ti ken quite a liking to Jin! Viirney. He might not be exactly thoroughbred, but he was unpreten tious and, above all things, honest. To say that Hugh was not con siderably exercised in mind as to the effect the Announcement 01 nib ay pi'oaching marriage would have on his aristocratic mother would be an exaggeration, yet in his grief of los ing Grade that difficulty was at times lost sight of. At least, it was held ?;t arm's length, for the moment only. TIe had obeyed he uncontrollable im pulse to see Grace, to confess the love that could never be realized, and, that done, the duty now devolved up on him to make Mrs. Homfrey ac quainted with his engagement. ' And now the necessity for action ?stared him in the -face, end for the first time it occurred to him that he knew practically nothing of his fu ture wife's family ,01* conn...

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NEW MILK RUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

NEW MILK RUN. R. 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.

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ARE YOU A PROPHET. HALF-A-GUINEA FOR YOU. WHO WILL WIN IN THE SHIRE? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

ARE YOU A PROPHET. 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 iml roonlf All guesses to be in by Nov. 30th next. Fill in this coupon, and send it in to our office. | SHIRE ELECTION, 1928. | . K 'A' RIDING. 1 8 a) ? ? is ii-2) ? --i i-3) ? i X 'B' RIDING. v |u- ? ? fi !(,) ? i K (3) .. ...... .. v t' ... : ' 'III 'C' RIDING. v I -» ? i ? 1 (3) . . . . . .... v I .. ''''111 ... R1D|NG «jj !!«)... ? ii 1-2) ?????'' ? i ! Be sure and sign your name. ! S ? ? ? ?

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WATER FOR COOTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

WATER FOR COOTA. They 'wet it' at Cootamundra on Monday when Works Minister Butt enshaw turned the first sod of the big water scheme which, is to give Coota mundra, Wyalonsr. Grenfell, Temora, etc., real Murrumbidgee water — two years hence the water will be on at Cootamundra. The people of Coota. made gay for the day and to the many politicans who came along with the Minister they extended many in vitations to 'stop one.' The inevit able banquet followed, and the main toast was 'Water'' — or at ieast, it should have been.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

Save Money BY SH®PP1®§53 AT STRIBLEY'S GUNDAGAI'S KEENEST BUYERS ALL SHOP AT STRIBLEY'S FUGI AN EXCEPTIONALLY GGOD QUALITY ALL-SILK FUGI, 'KANEBO' MAKE. _ . , . . T 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 FRO...

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IN THE GAZETTE REVERSAL OF FORFEITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

IN THE GAZETTE REVERSAL OF FORFEITURE. Reversal of forfeiture of holding: Parish of Batlow, county of Wynyard. Residential lease 1919-1. Portion318 of 2 acres! Holder, Evan Thomas Segal (Commissioners of the Govern ment Savings Bank of New South Wales, mortgages). Annual rent, £1, Date of gaze'ttal of forfeiture — 3rd February, 1928. RESERVES REVOKED. Reserve from sale, lease etc., re voked : — An area of 20 acres, being whole of expired R. L. 156, portion 156, county Clarendon, parish Wantiool, land district of Gundagai. Part of reserve from conditional sale (within the Muttama Gold-field Extended), proclaimed 20th May, 1879, hereunder described, is hereby revoked : Land District of Gundagai ; County of Harden, parish of Cooney, that part within portion 166. Plain containing an area of 97 acres, being H. 6,119-1,716. * * -? ADDITIONAL HOLDING AREAS CANCELLED An area of 332 acres, part within portion 24, parish Blanch, Shire of Tumut, set aside for conditional pur chase, at £1 per a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS OF Tumut, Adelong and District Electric Supply Oompany, Limited. Incorporated under the Companies Act (N.S.W. 1899-1918). / \ ? Nominal Capital £20,000, Divided into 20,000 Ordinary Shares at fl each. 500 Ordinary Shares of £1 each are to be issued as fully paid up to the Vendor (Harry William Worthington) , ^fchis nominees, as part payment for the assignment by him to the Company of his rights under an agreement between himself and the Shire of Tumut. 19,500 Ordinary Shares of £1 each are now offered for subscription under this prospectus, payable 1/- per share i on application, 1/- per share on allotment, and it is hereby expressly agreed that any subsequent Call shall not exceed 21- per share. \ ' 20,000 / DIRECTORS. L. J. RENOLDS, Esq., B.E. (Syd.), A.M.I.E. (Aust.), Con sulting Engineer, 82 Pitt Street, Sydney. J. G. McLAREN, Esq, A.I.I.A., A.C.A.A., F.I.I.S., Consulting Accountant, 1 09 Phillip Street, Sydney. J. D. HERLIHY, Esq., M.B., Ch.M., 99 Norton Str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

?HBBMBBHHBBBVnHBBWBOnMB Demand for Wool still animated. Newspaper reports from all wool-selling centres show that Good Wool is in keen demand. All Graziers realise that Wool in good condition is always the best seller and in keen demand. The application of Vita-Lick properly and the use of it constantly, means more and better Wool and pounds to their Banking Account. The following i*6 one of many reports from Ptetotalists supporting the above ; — Hilly Park, Parattah, Taa, 15th Oct., 1928. 'I have wed 'Vita-Lick* for some years and am still using it, which is, after aD, the best tokea of appreciation I could give, as it has many competitors. The effect is. that sheep taking it are stronger and appear to fatten readily, whilst it certainly has a beneficial effect on the Wool.' Yours faithfully, (Sgd.) FREDERICK BURBURY VITA-LICK LIMITED Stock Lick Specialists 107 Kent Street, Sydney -8 ' ? ? ? ' ' ? - WANTED; HOUSE MAID— WAITRESS for ROYAL HOTEL. Gundagai. ( — ? ? — -| LOST COAT, bet...

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