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

DIRECTION: ? K. BOUNADER SATUISMV, DEC. 1. We present Warner Bros, classic of tbe screen ? ' OLD FRANCISCO ' With Dolores Costello, Warner Oland and Cbarles E. Mack. A weirdly glamourous Melodrama of Old San Francisco and its dim mazes of Chinatown, the riotous Bnrbary coast — the blazing thrills of the great fire and earthquake, which cleansed America's Paris of the Pacific , ADDITIONAL FEATURE Glen 1'ryon and Jack Gavin in ? 'THE WHITE SHEEP' A Comedy-Drama that suits all tastes ALSO COMEDY, AND AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. iBBBBBEBEBEaBSlgl MONDAY, DEC. 3— LON CHANEY in 'LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT' also 'ZANDER, THE GREAT' with MARION DAVIES. Wednesday, December 5: The picture that made history 'THE SHEIK' with RUDOLPH VALENTINO . It will be remembered by all who see it as the most outstanding picture of all time. Saturday, December 8: WILLIAM HAINES in 'WEST' POINT,' also CLARA ADAMS in ' THE SPIDER and the ROSE.' Wednesday, December 12: JOHN GILBERT and LILLIAN GISH in 'LA BOHEME,' also Rang...

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

I We Deliver Orders I Ifl All Weathers! ? | If you find it inconvenient to corns I cioi^n tQ-yJn to moke your purchases, I ** 1 v?e will send a messenger to 5-our I Home tfith the desired article. f 1 Orders received o-Jer our phone -tOill be | tended to immediately »rj despatched per / ft JCf-|jSS i messenger as rapidly as circumstances permit. ify V Hi MM l! | DelWeries -will be made at all times of the daj- and in afi /j Al JHfi SH I leathers. 1 Remember, when you need any article that s ' H f| #H|nH I chemist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 H ? ?{ . ha^e it delivered. No charge is made for delivery. Hl igr J.'l As Near as Your Telephone | it R. R. KNOX, m.p,s, ph.a l,J CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN. | GUNDAGAI I BBuamnuiocw itsuii iiummiiiiiun tun timumaiagianmna . ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THISTLES AND BRIARS. FEED ON OUR RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

THISTLES AND BRIARS. FEED ON OUR RESERVES. Assistant Rabbit Inspector Harris, reporting to Gundagai P. P. Board, on Tuesday, had this to say about travelling stock reserves which tire in Vtic no+rftl Bowler's Flat Reserve. — Some loose rabbits in ferns. Janie's Reserve. — Saw a few rab bits, since cleaned up. Halloran's Hill Reserve. — Rabbits numerous. Not much feed for them on reserve, and they are starting to tx-avel down Lacmalac road. This reserve badly wants dealing with. Ratcliffe's Reserve. — Found one working rabbit burrow, on river. Saffron thistles are showing up pretty badly on several reserves. Briars are growing thickly on Rat cliffe's and Sandy Creek Reserves and require attention. ) The briars in | Adelong Gap reserve also want cutt ing, and this reserve requires ring barking. i Talbingo Reserve wants some ring I barking.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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TALES OF RABBITS. WHERE BUNNY DWELLS. INSPECTOR TELLS DIRECTORS WHAT HOLDERS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 November 1928

TALES OF RABBITS. WHERE BUNNY DWELLS. INSPECTOR TELLS DIRECTORS WHAT HOLDERS ARE DOING. Reporting to Gundagai P.P. ®oa^j ' on Tuesday, in respect to his month s rabbit inspection, assistant Rabbit In spector Harris dealt with the follow 4 #«? Vn-\1/1incrc ?— J. Bridle, Ayenex, 1100 acres (in spected on Oct. 24th).— Work at a standstill, on account of sale; order ed occupier to continue fumigating until his place was handed over. A. Lynch, Nimbo, 800 acres.— Good many burrows opened up again; rabbits not so numerous as on last inspection. H. Crouch, Nimbo, 1200 acres. — Good work in progress on river flat, above Nimbo. H. Sailer, Wondalga, 600 acres. — Rabbits pretty numerous in places. Owner waiting for it to get a bit ?drier to poison. A good worker keeps his rabbits in check. J. Roche, Sawmill Hill. — In good order. Christian Bros., Batlow. — In fairly good order. W. Herring, Batlow, 400 acres. — Mostly rough country. Been well trapped. Rabbits not numerous. E. Herring, Batlow, 40...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

~ » ?' J DIRECTION: ? ? K. BOUNADER WE©S§ESS&AY, ©E©. 5. See the mighty Paramount picture, that not only stirred up Australia, but the whole world: ? 'THE SHEIK' With the greatest idol th?t ever appeared on the screen, Rudolph Valentino. The story of a lover with a heart as hot as desert sands; a drama of burning sands that rings true yet presents a background like that of the Arabian Nights. See Valentino in his greatest role. ADDITIONAL FEATURE Raymond Griffith, the Comedian with the tall silk hat, in a rollicking 6 reel farce Comedy: ? 'WEDDING BILLS' Our Gang Comedy — 'SPOOK SPOOFING'' ' M. G. M. NEWS. NEW ZEALAND SCENIC. Woman triumph Fashion Plates in Colors illlBllllBBBB Saturday, December 8: WILLIAM HAINES in 'WEST POINT,' also CLARA ADAMS in ' THE SPIDER and the ROSE.' Wednesday, December 12: JOHN GILBERT and LILLIAN GISH in 'LA BOHEME,' also Ranger the Dog in 'Flashing Fangs.' SATURDAY, DEC. 15. .Gilda Grey (the Queen of Dance) in 'CABARET' also Gary Cooper in 'THE...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Will He Be Crowded Out? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

Will He Be Crowded Out? Picture films will now have to pass t he scrutiny of six Commonwealth Censors before they can be shown ita— a— — — — — —— M—B— MM— — yWMWM— i

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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MOLONEY'S THANKS. HOW EARL PAGE'S "CERTAINTY" FAILED TO WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

I. MOLONEY'S THANKS. HOW EARL PAGE'S 'CERTAINTY' FAILED TO WIN. Returning thanks, at The Hume de claration of the poll, for his reelec tion, Mr. Parker Moloney said that nothing pleased a member more than to realise that he was working for an appreciative people, and the apprecia tion with which his efforts were al ways received helped to make his task considerably lighter. The sub stantial majority he had received, so far from causing him to relax his en ergies would serve to spur him on to greater efforts for the welfare of his huge constituency. (Hear, hear). And now that he was re-elected again he J ? ? ? a.1 ? ? ? i. i.* _ t ? ? i.: ? : cuuju cibburu Liitsin inai nis ODjecLive would be to apply himself to the task of promoting the best interests of the whole of the people of his electorate. (Hear, hear). He did not desire to say a hard word against anyone who had oppos ed him, but he could not refrain from reflecting upon the opinions ex pressed by some of them before poll ing ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A CROSS FOR ME, AND A CROSS FOR YOU." THE LATE DR. BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

'A CROSS FOR ME, AND A CROSS FOR YOU.' THE LATE DR. BRENNAN. At 10 a.m. on Tuesday last a Re quiem High Mass, preceded by the solemn office for the dead, was cele brated at the R. G. Church, Coota mundra, for the repose of the soul of the late Dr. John J. Brennan. Father O'Riordan (Queanbeyan ?was celebrant; Fr. McCusker (Coota-| mundra) was Deacon; Fr. Lynch (Goologong), Sub-Deacon; Fr. Cahill (Binalong), M'aster of Ceremonies. Among the .-banters were Arch deacon Grltfv'ii (Murrumburrah), Fr. Tracey (Guiylagai), Fr. McKenna (Bribbarce), Vvs. Kinnane & O'Con nor (Te:r.oial.-. Fr. Deegan (Gren fell) , Fr. Ccn|*,n -?.Iilton), Fr. Greg ory, C.P., F#;. Murray, C.S.S.R, Fr Devine (Ad^Sfijto, and Fr. Deenihan (Cootamuntiii^^^''' The spamous church was packed to overflowing-, lhe mecucai proiession was represented by Drs. Maxw'ell, Mason, Allum, .and Evans. Many members of the Hibernians and Guild wearing their regalia, were present. Fr. Deenihan, who preached the panegric took as...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL WATER SUPPLY. Notice is he2-eby given that, ow ing to a breakdown of the pumping plant, on and after Tuesday 4th WATER WILL BE CUT OFF daily between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4,30 p.m. A. J. BROWNING, Shire Clerk. GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL SOUTH GUNDAGAI POUND Applicants for Position of POUND KEEPER for above Pound are here by invited, and will be received up to / SATURDAY, 8th, DECEMBER. I Particulars may be obtained from the undersigned. | A. J. BROWNING, j Shire Clerk. THE COUNCIL OF . THE SHIRE OF GUNDAGAI. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS. I hereby declare the result of the Polling in connection with the Shirtf ; Election held on Saturday, 1st Dec ember, 1928, as follows: — 'A' RIDING BOYTON, Thomas Henry 197 McHUGH, Francis Robert 221 j NICHOLLS, David Robert Inglis 238 1 WILSON, Basil Edwin 144 Informal 10 'B' RIDING CARBERRY, Herbert Peter 233 CROWE, Henry Joseph 66 GLASSCOCK, Stanley 9J HYNDES, John Matthew 138 NAUGHTON, Aubrey James 57 . informal 13 'C' RIDING LUFF, G...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

THE SCOUTS 1 The following is an extract from an address given by Sir William Cullen, which is worth reprinting 'The Scout Movement is progressing in Australia as in all parts of the world and is commended as one of the most powerful agencies for build ing up a manly race. H its prin ciples are followed I am not afraid of the future. No country that could be called civilised is now without its body of Boy Scouts' because the con viction has spread far and wide that the Scout Movement is the most pow erful agency possible for building up a manly, st,alwart and virtuous race. However much Austi-alians might dif fer about other things they do ap preciate the qualities of manliness and genuineness and a fellow's read iness to keep his word. These at tributes aue typical of the Scout Movement. 'The assiduous work of a few in dividuals has made an excellent foun dation, as a result of which good pro gress must oe made. When the prin ciples of Scouting are fully appreciat ed and one realis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

IN MEMORIAM. DENNIS. — In loving memory of our baby daughter and sister Enid, who passed away on 3rd December, 1926, at Adelong. 'Safe in the arms of Jesus.' Inserted by her loving father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dennis, and brother and sister (Beryl and Bruce).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLOWFLY TRAPS TO PREVENT RUSTING OF PETROL TINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

BLOWFLY TRAPS TO PREVENT RUSTING OF PETROL TINS. The following hint, which we take from the Agricultural Gazette, may prove useful to pastoralists and oth ers who use petrol or kerosene tins for the making of blowfly traps. Most people have noticed the poor tinning j that these containers are now given by manufacturers as compared with a few years back, and any hint for pro longing their periods of useful ness should be welcome. The fol lowing is all the more valuable seeing that it came originally from a pas toralist in the Cobar district, who, in writing to the Chief Veterinary Surgeon of the Department of Agric ulture, stated: — 'When you were here in 1924 I was treating kerosene tin blowfly traps with stock tar to preserve them from corrosion. I sincef find a more suitable and effec tive 'preserative is common fat or tallow. When the kerosene or pet rol tin is prepared for use as a trap, about half-cup of fat is put in the tin, and the tin is heated over a fire, causing the fat ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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AISBETT ANGRY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

? AISBETT ANGRY John Thomas Aisbett, of Scone, throws out a 'Challenge. He adver tises: — 'I, John Thomas Aisbett, chal lenge the person or persons who cir culated the information that I was personally responsible for holding the Hospital Sports on Saturday, 17th No vember last (Polling Day), I selecting that day purposely to injure the Hotel keepers. If such person or persons can show that I, by word or deed, had anything to do with fixing that date, I will pay £5 to the Scott Mem orial Hospital for each and every personal proof of same,' providing that the person failing to- prove pays — £1 to the same Institution.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

WANTED COMPETENT COOK. Good wages Apply MISS LAVELLE, Club House Hotel. HEM-STITCHING For Hem-Stitching at CITY PRICES, apply .. MISS SIEFELDT, 'First Avenue. WANTED j ^ For Draper's shop, SMART, GIKL about 15 or 16 years old. Afo'ily J. BOUNA/JER, Gulidagai. PUBLIC XMAS; TREE ? I COOLAC ASSEMBLY HAfoL. SATURDAY, DECEMBW®C MRS. H. HOmiNEf W. GEORGE, \ Hon. Sees. GUNDAGAI RETURNED SOLDIERS ^ , LEAGUE ' ' A FAREWELL will Ue tendered to MR E. M. LORENZ on the, eve of his Departure from the District, at Irwin's Garage, on THURSDAY ^ WJJ/AT, otn mst, at 8 p.m. au return ed Men are cordially invited. J. W. LOWICK, Hon. Sec.

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PASTORAL PARS THE DINGO A FEW HINTS ON POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

PASTORAL PARS THE DINGO A FEW HINTS ON POISONING. Butter, fat, fish, liver kidney, ? pork, rnett, and suet are excellent ? baits. The first two are rolled into j balls, the remainder cut into 1-inch ; cubes. Strvchnine is n'robably the best poison to use, and 3 grains (as much as would fit on a threepenny piece) is sufficient. This is insei-ted into the middle of the ball or cube through a small knife slit. If prac ticable do not touch the bait with the naked Jiands. Ii! this is done scorch it over a flame to eliminate uiy human odour. One American bulletin, in refer ence to coyotes, states a carcase should not be poisoned, but that coy otes should be allowed to eat it and the poison baits should be placed all round it, 20 to 30 feet away. The same bulletin suggests the placing of strychine in small gelatine cap sules in the bait to prevent c.s far as possible its nauseating taste. In Western Australia the following plan j was adopted. Sheep were pk.ced at night in a small dog-proof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

THE INDEPENDENT MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1928.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wednesday: St. John's Hall. Prize giving 7 p.m. Presentation World Call. Revs F . Rettie and G . F . Pyke. Tursday. — St. Paulas, Nangus. Presentation World's Call. Revs. F. Rettie and G. F. Pyke. Sunday. — St. John's 8 am., 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tarrabandra, 10.30 a.m. Nangus 3 p.m. Back Station Creek 3 p..m. South Gun iagai 7.30 p.m. j Rev. S. G. Davis,

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE ttifHiiifmcitiHitmiftrmHiitHMiimmmmtmiiittmiiiimtiii* Mr. Gordon Palmer was successfully operated on in the local Hospital to day, for appendicitis. i Mr. C. G. D. Allman went down last Thursday to a bad attack of 'flu, but he is now on the mend. . . # * . 1* » Mr. Maurice Price, eldest son of the late Mr. D. Price, of Gundagai, died in Sydney on Saturday. He was, by profession, a solicitor. Jjc * * Mr. F. J. Burroughs, of Maclean, re places Mr. F. 0. Bourke, as line fore man (Postmaster-General's Dept.) at Cootamundra. The local returned soldiers aije farewelling 'one of the boys,' Matt. Lorenz, on Thursday evening next. All returned men invited. * ? ? Our late Stock Inspector, Mr. G. O. Doyle successfully iormed a orancn of the Returned Soldiers' League at Jerilderie last week. * * » Miss Eva ' Siefeldt, of Gundagai, has been a patient in Lewisham Hos pital, Wagga, for some weeks, and is just getting over a painful and dangerous operation. * ? ? N.S.W. Bank Manager Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

AUCTION SALE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. W. E. kylT & CO. Have received instructions from Mr. Jas. Hai'low to sell by Public Auction at their Sale room ON SATURDAY, 8th INST, at 2 o'clock sharp, the balance of his furniture left over from previous sale comprising: — , Walnut Sideboard, D.R. Table, Palm | Stand, Cheffioneer, D.R. Chairs, 2 ] | Cane Chairs, Hall Stapd, M. T. Wash | stead, Wardrobe, Comb Chest Bed I steads, Lounge, Easy Chairs, Lino leum, Curtains, Mats, M.N. Wash stand, Glassware. ALSO ACCOUNT OWNERS. Bed room Suite (oak), Oak( Bedsteads, Wardrobe, D. Tables, Oak Table, I Couch and 2 Pianos. FOR GENUINE SALE BE SURE and Book Your Seats Early for THE 'MERRIE CONCERT' in aid of SCOUTS FUNDS, on FRIDAY NIGHT IN THE GUNDABIDGEE THEATRE GOOD PROGRAMME. Prices 3/- and 2/-. Children half price. Hon. Sec. Zen. Mills. Hon. Treas. S. H. Eagles. CHANGED QUARTERS SANTA CLAUS. ! Has decided to change his Quarters I in Gundagai, and from THURSDAY NEXT will be located ...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

TOWN TOPICS Fifteen patients in the local Hos pital. * » ? Keep cool — under the electric fans at Castrission Bros.* * * * Sentenced to death — Three of1 the men connected with the. Parkes horor. * * , * Our fine heat! Thursday and Fri day's shade reading, 100; Saturday, 103; Sunday, 94. » » » j Somebody will have to face a crim- j inal charge in connection with the | recent coal inquiry findings. j The 'Merrie Concert' on Friday, evening next is going to be well worth attending. A splendid programme has been prepared. The meeting of members of Gun dagai Musical Society, called for Fri day last, was adjourned till' this (Mon day) evening. ? The cricketers have nothing on Gundagai heat. Centuries were 'hit I up' on Thursday and Friday, by that consistent player, i nermomexei . ? * * Local fishermen* at the opening of the season, report only fair luck. One well-known knight of the rod and line says that 'the river for fishing is done — there are no decent-sized fish in it.' ' « There ...

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