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WAS IT THE CAUSE OF SECOND-GRADE CREAM? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

WAS IT THE CAUSE OF SECOND GRADE CREAM? j . ' ' . I While carrying out dairy instruc tion work, a very interesting case of second quality cream came under the notice of one of the departmental Dairy Instructors. . The cream in question, when seen at the factory, was distinctly bad smelling and of an albuminous na ture — a low second grade. The re cords of this supplier were examined, and showed that for two years pre-' vious to this happening his cream had always been graded 'choicest.' , i A visit was made to the farm, and : it. was found that the 'cattle were suffering from what appeared to be a ; severe attack of an inflammation of the eyes, and on this particular day seventeen cows had contracted the ailment. Some were affected in one eye, others in both eyes. The cows had fallen away considerably in con dition and their milk flow had also diminished. On questioning the farm er, he admitted that altogether, 22 cows had been affected, and he also stated that with the coming of th...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG OUR ELECTRIC LIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

ADELONG OUR ELECTRIC LIGHT i It was out in the open air, in Adelong's main street, on Saturday evening last, that a puplic meeting was held to discuss the electric light proposals of Tumut, Adelong and District Electric Lighting Co. The meeting started off, with but a hanful of people, who listenec casually. As the meeting progressed, and the main speaker, Mr. , Lawler, interspersed his address with yarns about the late George Reid and Dick Meagher, the gathering increased in numbers, until it became, representa tive and interested. At the finish the crowd had gathered in and in, until it was giving back-chat to the speak ers in real camp-fire fashion. Mr. R. Benson chaired the gather ing, and introducing Mr. Lawler, of Sydney, briefly ran over what had been done by the Shire Ciuncil to bring- to a head the scheme now offer ed the people. Mr. Lawler of Sydney, in the course oft his address, stated that he was visiting Adelong at the request of the directors of the Electric Light Com...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

WAGGA The Life Saving Club Patrol effect ed its sixth rescue for this season on' Wednesday. A lad about 14 years got into difficulties in the deep water at the lower end of the beach, where he was noticed by Mr. V. Hyde, who rescued him. Another member of the crew, S'. Whiting, rescued. a lad who fell out of a' canoe while playing in a pool further up the river. ' ? - * » i Constable Mongan, of Ganmain, from Sydney, has- been transferred to Ganmain, in succession to Con stable Finii. * ? m Sergeant Toolne, who has been stationed at Ganmain for some time, has also received notice of transfer. e 9 t» Prior to leaving Wagga this even ing, the Nursing staff of the Wagga District Hospital last evening enter tained the Matron, Miss Edith Pea cock, at a farewell supper at the nursing home. Miss Laughlin, secre tary; was also present, and after ex pressing regret at the departure of the Matron, presented her on behalf of the 'nursing staff and herself, with a silver cut glass fruit stand.

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

THE TURF That much travelled jockey, N. Percival, will be on the move again ~ this week, when he will leave Syitney for Western Australia to ride for Mr. P. Connolly at the Perth Cup meet ing. Originally a Western ^us- ul ian, Percival has ridden in practically every state of the Commonwealth, and he is continually on the move. Red Pat who has been spelling since the Wagga show races in August is again visiting th;e Wagga training tracks in charge of his trainer E. Home. n ? m ? * The aged Eye Glass gelding Specs who was at one time trained at Wag- ' ga by Harry Clough has evidently not yet outlived his usefulness. At Kihnore (Vic.) on Tuesday he won the Hurdle race by five lengths, start ing at 6 to 1. There were nine start ers. ? ' « ? The well-known Sydney jockey J. Toohey sold his home in Cottenham Avenue, Kensington recently for £2800. * * * The Quantock mare Western Hill who was held on lease by Mr. Watty M'Donald and trained at Wagga, was Tuesday sent to Coonamble where she w...

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THE CALL OF THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 3 December 1928

THE CALL OF THE WORLD A service of much interest was held in Adelong Church of England on Friday night, when the Rectors of Adelong, Tumut and Gundagai, spoke in support of the combined campaign i'or missions, the occasion being a special meeting for the 'pre- sentation of the call from the world.' After the service had been open ed with appropriate hymn and prayer, the Rev. G. F. Pyke called upon the Rev. F. W. Rettie to present 'the call of the world,' which Ivir. Iiettie did in a most capable and convincing manner. He briei'iv outlined ;h-± history of the Church right down through the ages, and emphasised the fact that the Christian Church was the only truly missionary religion extant. He impressed on his audience the need for taking heed of the 'call of the world' for missionary work, and ui'ged all to set an example in their daily l?ves that would bear con stant witness to the works of Christ. The Rev. S. G. Davis, who dealt particularly with the missionary claims of the Austra...

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ADELONG POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5th, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. HE FORGOT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

ADELONG POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5th, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. HE FORGOT IT M. Venizelos, who forgot to return his motor cycle registration, was fin ed 5/- with 8/- costs. SAVED THE BOARD £52 How the prompt action of Senior Constable Shipway, of Batlow, and assistant Rabbit Inspector Harris saved Gundagai P.P. Board, was re lated in two cases, in which soli citor Doddsy Gundagai, prosecuted for the Board. Tom Richards, a drover, in charge of 9500 sheep, owned by John Cheney, 11 days on the road from Tarcutta to Kiandra before the authorities came on him without a permit. Sam Thomas, another drover, in charge of 7550 sheep, owned by John Cheney, was six days on the track from Belmont to Kiandra, before he took out a permit. Had the two mobs of sheep not paid fees the loss to the P.P. Board would have been £52. Each defendant was fined £5, to gether with £2/2/- professional costs, 12/- witness' expenses and 5/6 court costs. TROUBLE IN A BAR As the outcome of a recent troub...

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TUMUT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 4th, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

TUMUT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 4th, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. Daniel French was fined £3, or 14 days, for indecent language. W. B. Low-tlier and W. D. Stokes were each fined 12/- for riotous be haviour. William Younger, a drover, for failing to travel sheep the requisite six miles per day, was fined £3, with £2/2- professional and 5/- court costs Mr. Dodd (Gundagai) appeared for the P.P. Board.

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IN THE COURTS. THE GUNDAGAI COURT MONDAY, DEC. 3, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. SAID HE WAS SICK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

IN THE COURTS. THE GUNDAGAI COURT MONDAY, DEC. 3, 1928. Before Mr. Harrison, P.M. SAID HE WAS SICK At Gundagai Police Court on Mon day last, Frank Hutley was charged with drunkenness and using indecent language. j Constable JE-'arrington gave evidence i of the arrei&/ and' b'id the language was used -fin the wy to the station. Hurley, 'if 'ho pltf.ded guilty, said he had come' to to*') svhen sick, and after having f:ad a couple of drinks he didn't remcrr.ber much of what happened. ? ! A fine of IO/7 for drunkeness, and £3 for language was inflicted, with 8/- costs in eachAlse. Fourteen days were allowed A TREBLE CHARGE Patrick Gavin on a charge of being illegally on licensed premises at Jug iong, and* refusing to quit when ask ed to do so, and further charged with using indecent language, was fined £1 £nd 8/- costs for- being on the premises, 10- and 8/- costs for drunkeness, and £2 and 8/- costs for language, and £2 expenses of wit ness were added to bring the total to £6/1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 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. BE SURE AND COME EARLY for the 'MERRIE CONCERT.' TOMORROW NIGHT 7th INST. At 8 O'Clock Sharp in the THE GUNDABIDGEE And see Jane's dance in 'Jane' or the Scout's Nightmare. HAY HOSPITAL WANTED, PROBATIONER NUR SES. Commencing Salary, £60 per annum; Four Years Training School, Applications with copy of testimonials attached to be sent to MATRON, Hay Hospital. GUNDAGAI RETURNED SOLDIERS LEAGUE A P'AREWELL will be tendered to MR E. M. LORENZ on the. eve of his Departure from the District, at Irwin's Garage, TONIGHT (THURS DAY), 6th inst, at 8 p.m. All return ed Men are cordially invited. J. W. LOWICK, Hon. Sec. , GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL SOUTH GUNDAGAI POUND. Application for Position of POUND KEEPER for above Pound are here by invited, and will be received up to SATURDAY 8th, DECEMBER. Part...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

RETURN THANKS MR. and MRS. J. W. FIELD wish to especially thank Dr. Byrne, Rev. S. G. Davis and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ern Worsnop, Mrs. Norman Smith, Mr. C. E. Butcher, Mr. J. Sanderson and all kind friends for sympathy and at tention in their bereavement, the death of their beloved infant son, Edward Bruce. South Gundagai, 5/12/28.

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ROMANCE OF OIL INTERESTING PRODUCTION PROGRESS OF SHELL COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

ROMANCE OF OIL INTERESTING PRODUCTION PROGRESS OF SHELL COMPANY ; We have received from the Shell Company of Australia Limited one of the most interesting books that has come under our notice for a long time, entitled 'Shell in Australia,' with the caption 'The Story of a Great Achievement/' Handsowiely bound in morooeo, and illustrated with pencil drawings ;of excellent) technique, the production, with its interesting letterpress, it is worthy of a niche in any library. It was not until we received 'Shell in Aust ralia' that we realised that from the outbreak of war until the summer of 1917 every gallon of pptrol used by the British Air Forces was Shell. Those magnificent boys who attacked the huge Fokkers over the German lines arid carried bomb warfare into Germany had their machines sustain ed in the air by Shell spirit; the motor loiTies which passed over the tree-lined roads of France had their impetus in the product from the same factories. It may safely be said that the war w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

THE INDEPENDENT ? :o: ? - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

LOST. Platinum and GOLD-BAR BROOCH, with diamond in centre. Reward. MRS. M. MINTER, 'Bereena,' Tumblong. WANTED A CAPABLE GIRL, smart in ap pearance, 22 to 30 years, as working companion, family 3. Modern home, every convenience, all duties. Furth er particulars apply MRS. C. RUE, Womcourt, Canowindra. SHIRE ELECTION 'D' RIDING I wish to thank the Electors for placing me in the honourable posit ion at head of poll, and trust to merit a continuance of their confidence. D. H. ROBERTS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

Use as a rich custard alone, or with jelly or fruit — as a delicious sweet sauce, hot or cold. It 9-dds a delightful finishing, touch to every dessert. With Foster Clark's CustarJ-P^der, it requires no skill to prepnrt a per\f ect custard with the rich, creamy coisistenc^ of fresh eg&s ; providing a dainty luxury-'-at a trifling, cost when e£&s are at their Ij/i&hest. R(StcrCb# % Custard. . Send JO lids Cor a ^ Handsome Surprise J ®§T Packet HERE is your opportunity to obtain a hand some and valuable Surprise Packet free of cost — These wonderful surprise packets are creating a furore of enthusiasm in the homes where they have been received. Send 50 lids from the tins of AUNT MARY'S BAKING POWDER and you will receive one of these wonderful surprise packets. SAVE THE LIDS — but remember — all lids sent in must be clean and have a portion of original label at ? attached. Now is the time to get busy— buy Aunt Mary's Baking Powder from your grocer and save the li...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Rev. Father Treacy has been away in Sydney for the past week. ? V * Lionel Paton, 12 years old, is un der Hospital treatment — a wheel fell on him and inflicted injuries. Mr. Thos, P. O'Mara, of Mooney Mooney, was admitted to Gundagai Hospital yesterday for treatment. « ? ? Contractor Mitchell, who recently erected a butcher's shop at Gundagai, is the largest employer of labor in Cootamundra — he pays £250 per week in wages. * * * Minister for Works and Railways, Mr. Buttenshaw, will be married at St. Thomas' Church, North Sydney, on Saturday afternoon to Miss Clare Sugars, of Roseville. ? ? ? Rural Bank Manager Lowick and Mrs. Lowick will, os Saturday next, leave the heat of Gundagai behind and will, for a month, go fishing and boating in a cool spot up on Tuggerah Lakes. Mr. W. Parrott will relieve at Gundagai. ? ? ? Whilst walking in yard of her home, Jones' Creek, on Monday afternoon, Mrs. Arch Pigram was bitten on the left ankle by a snake. She was taken to the Hos...

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POST OFFICE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

POST OFFICE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. S The local Post Office will open for business as usual on Monday 24th December; mails despatched as usual; delivery by Postman. i Christmas Day : — Observed same as Sunday; office closed all day: no mails despatched per train; no delivery. j Boxing Day and New Year's Day:] — 9 to 10 a.m., for ordinary business, excepting money-o'rder and Savings Bank. I Mails clos$ on Boxing Day and New Year's Pay at 10 a.m. for Sydney, Cootamundra and south.. Usual de livery by postman.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

WANTED TO BUY j SECOND HAND CARS OF ANY DESCRIPTION . i 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 i N.S.W. Send all particulars to i GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEER. ING COY. AGENTS FOR CHRYSLER CARS 'WEW SYOTEM' RADIO SEWS. ,?

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

TOWN TOPICS iiiillllllllllUtllllllltlllllltllllllllllUlltllltliltiUMIIIJIUli Who said 'Rain?' We all did. ♦ * * Fourteen patients in the local Hos pital. ? * ? Presents suitable for Father, Moth er or Children at Bruchhausers.* Scouts' Concert to-morrow (Fri day) night. * * ? ? ? What a fall! Thermometer, at 7 a.m. this morning down to 50! Rumored that a Cootamundra man purposes erecting a number of cot tages in Gundagai. ? ? ? Mr. Jim Neve has completed the erecting of two dressing rooms to St. Patrick's Hall, Gundagai. * * * Yesterday the local Justices met and revised the Jury List for next . year. ? ? » The Convent School youngsters are in full train for their Concert next week. ? ? ? See Bruchhauser's exclusive range of Smart Handbags.* * * * The amount of F. Mitchell's tend er for building new public school and effecting repairs to school resi dence Coolac, is £809. * * * A Gundagai divorce case is likely to be listed for Sydney Divorce Court the week oetore Chrisimas. The wif...

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AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

AFTER THE BATTLE. Elected as an alderman for Mur rumburrah on Saturday, Don. Mc Lean a Gundagai native. Tom Arragon, who topped the poll for Adelong end of Tumut Shire elec tion, once occupied a seat on Gun dagai P.P. Board. George Grey, the one-time Gun dagai newspaper man, is now an alder man, at Albury. He was one of the chosen band, last Saturday. ? mm Dan Herlihy, rejected by Tumut Shire ratepayers last Saturday, had 22 years of continuous Council life. The old story of the pitcher going too often to the well. ? « ? A 'drunk' staggered along the street late on Saturday night. ' 'Scuse me, youg feller,' he said, (hie) 'can you (hie) tell me what Roberts and Tom Hunt (hie) scored in the second (hie) innings?' ? ? » It's in the blood. Len Cusack, one of Tumut town's new Shire Coun cillors, is a son of Jack Cusack, ex M.P. The other day dad ran a good race against Jack Perkins for the very conservative Eden-Monaro Fed eral seat. ? » When Con. O'Sullivan, one of the best Labor men J...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

SPORTING. THE TURF. Jockey Hyland was in good form at Hay Races. In the two days' racing he had five winning mounts, three seconds and one third. ? ? ? A Melbourne message received last night stated that W. 'Plugger' Scan Ion was suspended for two months for interference in the Welter Plate at Moonee Valley on Saturday. * * * Capring, an aged gelding by The Ciptain is among the regulars visit ing the Wagga training track each morning. He looks none the worse for his long holiday. Capring has won picnic races and has also been over the hurdles. ? ? * The Wagga horse Honiton who has raced consistently but unluckily in his recent few outings, was inter fered with during the running of the Maiden Plate at Albury on Friday. He injured himself slightly and it j it Mr. Aust. Robinson's intention to j ease him up before putting him under j further preparation. i m m 9 I Investing 10/- each on Deanwood, in the Tramway Handicap, ..the Epping racecourse on Monday, two persons were on good term...

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