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BEING WELL BEATEN ENGLAND STOUSHING AUSSIE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

BEING WELL BEATEN ENGLAND STOUSHING AUG'SIE j Scores in the first test match, up to lunch adjournment to-day (Mon day) : — England (1st innings) . . 521 Australia (1st innings) — Nine for ? ? 122 To-day's scores (Australia) : — Hendren, l.b.w., b Larwood . . 30 Ryder, c Jardine b Larwood 33 Bradman, l.b.w., b Tait .... 18 Oldfield, l.b.w. b Tait .. .. 2 Ironmonger, b Larwood .... 4 Grimmet, not out ? 7 Larwood has taken 6 wickets, and Tate 3. LATER Australia (all out) 130 England batting 1 for 68. Hobbs out 11.

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

BELL AND WYL1E HAIRDRESSERS and I TOBACCONISTS (Late of Melbourne). Have commenced business in Sheri dan-street, next to Criterion Hotel. ALL CLASSES OF WORK DONE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER Ladies Specially Catered For H. A BARRACiOUGH Ltd. OPTICIANS, 315 George St., Sydney NEXT VISIT. GUNDAGAI: Tuesday, December 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Royal Hotel. The firm has visited this town regu larly for 30 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 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! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! 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. — ^ —— — VS&® L I . eRUTSHINGS. ? We have dircci outlet fop unlimited H quantity cruichings. Hj Price guaranteed equal to aucfsonH Let us inspect before deciding to disH pose elsewhere. M Sheep 5kin$, Hides, Kabbit Skins, at I M2MEI2EISMSISI3ISI3J3M3MSi3JSISI3IE!!SISI3' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. I f hone 101 ? ? I 7 ?? J^New All-Electric Radiola fl Broadcast Keceiver Operated from the Slectric Light or potuer socket. H WO BATTERIES REQUIRED. H A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing jj^^H in appearance, and h...

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WOOL POSITION SAFE FRENCH POSITION IMPROVING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

WOOL POSITION SAFE miiiiiiHHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiitiMiiiiftjtMMiiitiituiii.ML.ii. ....... FRENCH POSITION IMPROVING Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: — j Rates for tops in Bradford now con- ! form more closely to the level of the | wool market than they have at any j previous period this season. The ' latest Quotation is 4Rd. ™-r lh. for ! average 64's merino tops. At late September and early October they were quoted at 46d. and have grad ually risen by £d. per lb. to their cur rent level. The unsettled state of the raw material market five or seven weeks ago made buyers hesitant in the English top, yarn and textile trade but business has 'brightened under the influence of firmer wool values. Confirmation of the strong selling position the raw staple occupies is supplied by information from France. At mid-October great difficulty was ueiing experienced m keeping the combing establishments moving owing to the lack of wool for treatment. For that reason many soi'ters were either out of work...

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NO SLUGGARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

NO SLUGGARD. iBuppo&e you have worked underground , Dad?''9 'nitrgrmm, £?' ' »' to bits lower lime, domt \hm, ami the fost time I : l&tTS '* ** ™Ie '™«4 » ^ '» ' {By permisaion -ij 'ine uuusnn.') /? - -

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

STRI8LEYS THE Store of the Xmas Spirit GIFTS FOR THE YOUNG, THE OLD, AND FOR ALL It is not too soon to think of Gifts. Shop Early in the Day! Shop Early in the Month ! By doing so you will Benefit, ' too, by Fresh, Complete Stocks — Assembled from every where, AT STRIBLEY'S. Hetfe Are Examples Of a Delightful Array! CUT GLASS. UNRIVALLED STOCKS AT STRIBLEY'S.— Goblets, Tumblers, Water Jugs, Pickle Jars, Decanters, Butter Basins, Sugar Basins, Salad Bowls, Powder Bowls, Rose Bowls, Vases, Cruet Sets, Honey Jars; Etc. AT THE 'GIFT SHOP' SMART BRASSWARE in great variety. Vases, Jardinieres, Smokers' Companions, Ash Trays, Etc., at the 'Gift Shop.' ENGLISH GLASSWARE NOVELTIES See these for Sure. SPECIAL PALM-BEACH WARE in Cups and Saucers, Tea Sets, B and B Plates, Milk Jugs, Sandwich Trays, Salad Sets, Cruet Sets, Etc. AT THE 'GIFT SHOP' Thousands of Gift 'Kerchiefs. The display of Presentation Boxes are Delightful, at the 'Gift Store.' TOYS WITHOUT END. Motor Cars, Prams, Bicycles, Tr...

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OUR BUSY DAY. FINDING THE WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

OUR BUSY DAY. I FINDING THE WINNER. Yesterday the 'Independent' had a busy day, sorting out the guesses for the Shire Election competition. The award was made on the noints system and there were hundreds i who correctly placed the first three - in 'B' and 'C' ridings, but only one wrote his name on the the successful placings in 'A' Riding. The winner was — NELSON BOONE, C/o J. Jamieson, w arnya. In the first three ridings Mr. Boone gave the nine correct finishing posi tions of the first nine candidates. He, however, missed in 'D' Riding, secur ing only one winner. His total points ran to 18, and the prize of 10/6 goes to Mr. Boone. Three guessers who made good at temps were Mrs. E. Walsh ('Fon- i. ? it \ Mvc- 1? TTq VO'VPH tenuy, uuuuagai / , ? ves ('Rosehill,' Wagra) and Mr. A. Lloyd (Criterion Hotel, Gundagai). They each secured 15 points. The huge number of guesses sent in showed the keen interest there was in the election, and, taken 'right through, the women guessers got close...

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

THE YEAR'S CONCERT.. BIG CONCERT AND CANTATA. BY GUNDAGAI CONVENT SCHOOL ' ' PUPILS. ST. PATRICK'S HALL, GUNDAGAI THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13th. Proceeds in aid of Church Funds. P. SULLIVAN. ' ' A. HOGAN. Hon. Sees.

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A BIG DROVING TRIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

A BIG DROVING TRIP I iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiMitmiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMtiiiiiti ? Mr. C. J. Kenyon, with his part ners, E. J. Frame and Les Banks, left Brisbane last month to undertake a big droving contract to move 3000 head of cattle from the Northern Ter ritory to N.S.W. (says' the Cloncurry 'News'). The trip will occupy about fifteen months, but the actual moving of the cattle from the Territory will not be gin until after the rains in March next. They will be handled in thrge mobs, of 1000 head, as 1500 was con sidered too many for. a single plant to manage satisfactorily. The first plant left from Mr. Kenyon's home at Eagle Farm — 40 horses, a four or five horse waggon, equipped with tanks, cooking gear, camp ovens, tar paulins, hobbles galore — all the varied implimenta of the droving plant. The paty are going overland via Kilroy, Kilkivan, Gandah, to Eidsvoid, where the two other plants await their com ing. The whole will carry on to Cler mont, and be trucked to ...

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THE RAT HUNT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

THE RAT HUNT ? ? ? ? — — —

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

Ryan's gywtfwuwtfwvv^w^vwwwww^^www^wtfwwwwww^l^ SOMETHING STARTLING Xmas Suit MADE TO MEASURE For £6 DON'T DELAY ! ONLY AVAILABLE FOR THREE WEEKS. FORTY SIX Patterns to select from — everyone oi them different. STYLE — Single or Double Breasted. CUT — Close or Loose Fitting. FINISH — Twill Art Silk Lining in Sac and Vest. All Edges Seamed. PRICE — £6. 0. 0. Fourteen different patterns. SHADES. Plain Navy and Diamond Patterns. Plain and Herringbone Greys, Dark Grey Herringbone. Diamond and Striped Patterns in Plum and Lovat Shades. Fancy Fawn Shades,' Dark Grey and Fawn, Light Fawn and Olive Woollen Gabardines. A SPECIAL LINE of Serges in Dark Grey Herringbone, Light and Dark Navies and Greys in Plain Herringbone and Diamond Patterns. PRICE £6. 15. 0. A BIG RANGE of Plain Striped Check and Diamond Pat terns in Plums, Light Violet, Mauve, Browns, Fawns, Greys, Olive and Grey Mixture Oxfords, Fancy Greys, Fancy Skin Patterns, Light weight Grey Block Patterns. Light weight West of Engla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

The official opening of the Tarcutta Soldiers' Memorial Hall took place on Wednesday afternoon. The celebra tion which marked the culmination of an effort of some years to provide Tarcutta with a well appointed recre ation hall, and at the same time per petuate the memory of the Tarcutta men who served in he great war, took the form of banquet. The function was a great success, and, including do nations, it is expected that £200 will be raised. ^ Mr. M. Egan, the president of the organising committee presided. The banquet, which started at 3 o'clock, was followed by a dance, at which many visitors' from other districts were present. Mrs. Latham placed in position an engraved marble block to commemorate the opening of the hall. The building, which is of con crete, has cost £1650, and the debt re maining is only £400. There is a splendid floor kid down in the* build ing', which contains an assembly hall, a supper room and well appoint ed cloak rooms and offices. At the banquet the con...

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THE TUMUT SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

THE TUMUT SHIRE Two of the' old councillors were defeated in the fight for Tumut Shire on Saturday, Mr. 'Bob' Benson in 'A' riding and Mr. Dan Herlihy jn 'B' riding. Polling:— A. Riding: — P. Arragon 3G5, S. Crain 285, S. J. Treweeke 279, R J. C. A. Benson 262, J. P. Young 211. B. Riding-:— H. Godfrey 176,. G. Clout, jnr. 162, D. L. Herlihy 115, H. Crouch 107, A. W. Beach 60. C. Riding: — -A. Herring 350, A. N. Stacey 269, A. W. Davis 153, W. H. H. Crampton 146, G. C. Brown 124. D Riding:— J. Elphick 182, L. Cus ack 145, L. D. Maitland 142, J. E. Madigan 105, J. Gordon 64. LABUK f AKtS BAULT At the Cootamundra Municipal elections, on Saturday, the L&bor party ran seven candidates but only one (Fred Legge) secured election. An Independent (Mr. Mitchell) was elected, and the other succesful seven were nominees of the Citizens' As sociation. Polling. — -Bartley, 947; Rinkin, 921,' Dickson 892, Brady, 810, Conkey 760, Osmond -714, Gibson 688, Mitchell 623, Legge 611, Pull ing 60...

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CRICKET BACK STATION CREEK v GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

CRICKET BACK STATION CREEK v GUNDAGAI Yesterday was an ideal day for cricket, the weather being not nearly so hot as previously. Gundagai met Back Creek in Anzac Park, and winn ing the toss batted first. From the outset a rot sat in. One wicket fell for 5, two for 8 and five were down for 42. Then Bounader and Free stone became associated in a handy partnership for 40 runs, and Egan continued the good work by rattling up 32 in fine syle. E. Bounaders 72 runs were all obtained by sound crick et, and he used many and varied strokes. For Back Creek Jim Sull ivan (70 not out) gave a good dis play, but this was marred by several chances which should have been taken The best bowling averages obtained for the day were W. Fleming (Gun dagai), 4 i'or 20; and J. Sullivan (Back Creek), 4 for 19. The following are the scores: — GUNDAGAI V. Carberry, b J.Smith .... 2 P. Sullivan, c Earl, b J. Sullivan 4 K. Eich, b E. Smith ? 11 E. Bounader, b J. Sullivan . . 72 L. Cork, b H. Field, ...... 10 C. ...

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DIOCESAN EXAMS GUNDAGAI CONVENT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

DIOCESAN EXAMS GUNDAGAI CONVENT I Among the pupils who sat for the recent Diocesan exam at the local Convent School the following were successful: — 7 tli Class. — Maggie True, 574; Wallace Webb, 574; Miarcy Aikers, 483; Eliza Nicholls, 446; Margie Vaughan, 413. 6th Class.— Joan Barton, 377; Pat Perry, 376; Barney Carberry, 372; Bemey Murphy, 360; Marie Ryan, 350; Edna Potter, 346; Mavis Gib bons, 331;. Kath Sullivan, 321; Pat Heydon, 315; Joan Gardiner, 311; Josie Kelly, 307; Mary Mclnerney, 286; Bill Nicholls, 271; Myra O'Keefe, 269; Rene Hourne, 263; Margie Ryan. 5th Class. — Andrew Geaghan, 334; Jack Bourke, 295; Margie Barton, 289; Jack Cripps, 274; Millus Car berry, 270; Peggy Ryan 269; Kevin Heydon, 267 ; Mary Reardon, 266. ADELONG CONVENT SCHOOL Seventh Class. — D. Gard 492, R. Wiles 463, T. Matthews 409, E. Rob inson 387. iSixth Class. — W. E'cclesJtoji 353, R. Wiles 306, E. Whitley 263. Fifth Class. — D. Hancock 329, T. Allen 322, N. Melrose 307, W. Matt hews 287, MJary Me...

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

: AT HOMEBUSH TOD AY. X THE SHEEP MARKET. ! »;?! ? ? ? X i'ji Sheep at noon to-day were :j| (?'. unaltered. v 111! CATTLE VALUES. X S ----7- ? 1 l'm Values for prime cattle were 11! unaltered j|| II MAIZE VALUES. | If The price of maize in Sydney .'.jj , K to-day was 4/5. |li

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

ON THE LAND I District stock sold at Homebusli last Thursday: — Ac. E. Luders, Gundagai, 10 suck ers 19/11, 57 do 18/10, 39 do 17/-. Ac Webb Bros., Mt. Horeb, 69 weth ers 17/6, 20 da 17/4, 78 da 16/10, 34 do 15/10. Ac. J. E. C. Turner, Tumblong, 7 cows to £9/11/-, avg £8/15/3. Ac. Last Bros., Muttama, 203 weth ers 16/11. , Ac. Lindley Bros., Gundagai, 11' yearlings and calves £6/11/4. Ac. A. W. Lynch, Tumut, 5 vealers £9/4/2. Ac. Glasscock Bros., Coolac, 6 cows £7/7/-. Ac. T. Sullivan; Tumut, 3 bullocks £12/4/4, 1 heifer £9/15/-. Ac. J. Casnave, Gundagai, heifer £9. .' - ? * * * District wool clips sold in Sydney last week : — Widgeon Gully (Jugiong), 14 sup aaa e at 232(1., 11 aaa e at 23ikd., 6 aa e t 21d., 5 a e at 20d., 14 bkn e at 20Jd., 7 sup aaa h at 245d., 15 aaa h at 24id., 5 aaa'co h at 24d., 11 aa h at 233d., 5 aaa fic m at 231d., 11 bkn h at 215d. * - * * The Wagga Associated Selling Agents report having held their usual fortnightly sale of sheep in the Muni cipal Saleya...

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

YASS Dr. T. Galbraith is acting as locum tenens for Dr. R. J. English. * * Mr. N. S. Warren, who was em ployed at Mr. H. J. Wilson's store, and who was a highly respected citizen of Bowning, left yesterday for Croolcwell, where he has accepted I another position. » ?- « The engagement is announced of Mx\ R. S. Phillips, of Messrs Howard, Phillips' and Co., solicitors, Cooma Street, and eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips, to Miss Byrel Browne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Browne, of 'Gluther,' Pym ble. , The engagement is announced of Miss Kathleen Williams, or Dalton, eldest daughter of Mr. A. E. Williams of Milfrthorpe, to Mr. Henry Evans, B.Sc.E., eldest son of the late Mr. H. A. Greenwood Evans, of St. Kilda, Victoria. The wedding takes place at an eariy. a ate. ? ? ft Last week Mr. G. A' Crommelin, manager of the Commercial Bank, and Mr. Harry James, of James and Co., stock and station agents, left on a trip to the Islands. Dr. R. J. Eng lish intends joining the par...

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FIVE NEW MEN. OUR NEW SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

FIVE NEW MEN. PUR NEW SHIRE COUNCIL. One. of' the old Shire Councillors, Mr. John Walsh, did not seek re election in Saturday's Shire contests, and of the other seven who sat in the last Council and went for re election, four were defeated. 'A' riding proved to be a real surprise packet, and the two new men, Messrs Nicholls and McHugh, will have to live up to a good Shire rep utation that the two defeated men had established. In 'B' riding the defeat of Mr. H. J. Crowe removes from the Coun cil one of the straightest men that ever occupied a public position, whilst in 'D' a good man — and one from whom 'the, people expect much — was at the head of the poll. In the absence of Mr. A. J. Brown ing, the position of returning officer | was filled by Mr. Jack Isaac, and he I was assisted by a number of clerks and scrutineers. Thd polling was: — ] A RIDING Nicholls, D. R ? ? , ? ? 238. McHugh, F. R. . . ? . ? ? ? ? 221 Boyton, T. . . ? ? ? .19.7 Wilson, B. E. .. . . ?? '144 B. RIDING. Carb...

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

JUNEE | ? ♦ ? For some months repeated rumors have caused apprehension locally re gording the continuity of Junee's railway status. Rumour has it that the Commissioners intend shifting to ^ either Goulburn or Cootamundra, and ' as no emphatic denial has been an nounced the rumours have taKen sei- j ious shape, and as a result a geneial ?? feeling of doubt as to what would j happen should such a course which would cause half of the town s pop ulation to leave — be taken. I V ? ' Building- operations have been ef fected and in some cases it has been known of land values being seriously affected. In all probability had an official denial been given the Com missioners would have been offered much more for the land they auction- j ed last week. With the departure of the population — or the greater part of it— naturally values would decrease and business would be adversely af fected. j jj: * * - As a result of the Chief Commis- J sioner's inspection of the Junee runn J ? ~T ? ]„ 1nn-. 'nf...

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