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LABOR TRIO WIN EASILY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

LABOR TRIO WIN EASILY The N.S.W. Senate elections have resulted in the return of the three Laborites, Dooley, Dunn, and Rae. The latter was elected to third place by more than the absolute majority required. Mr. Dooley becomes a Senator as from November 17, but Messrs Dunn and Rae will not take their seats till June next.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

What you always desired in a Car -\*.\~you\will find iii'tke ? : Va ta&a mdas&exi vteasffasaK.- »\-&ud*K tastS.ra /i / ^ /If /Spk'** C ' : ' ?. C/Viw Zll| il |i 1$ JesfM NOW an ideal has been realised. The New Nash '400' Series is the apex of motor car engineering 'design. . ~ '?''' On the- Advanced ' Six \ a?ul S^a?fiS;:Si^ :% ,: . models interest centres principally on the ; TWIN IGNIJION, 12 spark plug, high compression rnotor. . . . ? . j. ? The adoption ot I-Ioudaillu i liock absorbcrs on the Advanced Six -and -Love joys on the . - ; Special Six, together with the design of }£g suitable leaf springs, have given these new ...... . . models excellent riding qualities, enhanced ' \ by soft springs in cushions and backs. Completely re-designeel bodies are roomier; \' chassis are longer and lower, though the head room is unchanged;, due mainly to ? the adoption of a double drop frame. These and other features place the new - ' ? jWreliiyj Nash '400' series ra...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

CRICKET. Badly beaten by father! England won the first test by 675 runs. * # ' * Australia made only 66 in their second innings in the test match. * * » Kellaway is still suffering from the effects of ptomaine poisoning. He had a restful sleep last night. The team to play in the next test match was to have been chosen yes ternight, but the selectors could not agree, and will meet again this after noon to finally fix the Eleven. The Gundagai District Cricket As sociation competition commences on Sunday. Gundagai play Brungle, on the latter's ground. Another team, Nangus Reserve, has entered into the competition. * * * A team will be picked from the following to represent Gundagai against Brungle on Sunday, at Brun gle. Team to leave at 10.15 sharp. Players are asked to be early in at tendance: — P. Freestone (cpt.), E. . Bounader, E. Miller, L. Cork, P. Sullivan, J. Boyton, M. Egan, V. Car berry. E. Dart, PI. Gibbons, W. Flem ing, J. Eich and C. McKenzie. Jack Gregory's cricket caree...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"GENTLEMEN" IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

'GENTLEMEN' IN PARLIAMENT. There were ructions in the Leg islative Assembly at a late hour last night, during consideration of the1 Parliamentary Elections and Elect orates Bill. Mr. Davidson was re moved from the chamber by order of the Speaker, and was followed by every Opposition member, with the exception of Mr. Connell. Six other members were warned by the Speak er. Mr. Davidson subsequently ap ologised. The second reading of the Bill was agreed to by 44 votes to 39. The House rose at 2 oclock this morn ing until this afternoon. 1

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XXIV. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

»0UR SERIAL STORY^ | The Fatal | Bondage ? - ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? CHAPTER XXIV. (Continued) For- murder would out ! There was not the faintest doubt of that, and if Adeline or any one else had sent Guy Winstanley to his account before his time, his blood was now crying out for the vengeance which would certainly befall, no matter now deep his body lay hidden. And- that reflection brought, as is the custom with reflections, a crowd of others in its train, one of which was- that though the countryside had been scpured for the fugitive as a living man,; Jim had not heard of any suggestion arising that search should be substituted for. a possible corpse. ?: The whole theory revolved around the- question as to whether the con vict was or ? was ? not Adeline's hus band. ? Acting oil the assumption that he was,- then either they had met within the precints of Pendower, or the mere knowledge of his presence in the neighbourhood had driven Ade line ? panic-striken to town. Grey dawn found Jim Var...

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

THE NAMB ' 'VICTOR' on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itseif the most reliable and dependable piano in Australia. - . WHITE FOR CAT ALOGUU I - , - SOLD ON EASY TERMS | PALINGS 338 GEORGE STREET I J ?Vr SYDNEY PERCY JOYCE. ; LOCAL SELLING AGENT. | Take die Drudgery^ |j $ fom the Kitchen 1 1 g ? . S ' ^ Tou can prepare a com* $ |f! plete meel at one time Ssj wi&i this | COMBINATION £ g COOKER gj ?j It will boil, fry, grill, bake, ^ % roast, stew and toast simul- g taneousl;p and save you time £ $ arid monej). ^ % Price £12/10/- Complete $ $ A P Demonstrations with plea Jjj sure. $ i H. Wortbington K I '4 Electrical Engineer $ j 13 Sheridan St., Gundagai g { g Phone 20 ^ $ B.w 'js. 'sr. ^ '&? b '£T- B ? ? ? 7— ? ? ? ? — ? ? : ? ? ? .7 ? ? I looth's I XXX I WStolesomee Refreshing I WfflTEHORSE j AIE^STOUT | | Made if s name & Jtepf ifi &me- \ 1 Since 1835. ' 8 y tooth^M Brerwery, Sydney. J|||| &WMEMM i mX^^mDW ^ ^ ^rea^ comes J o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

Such' sice presents can be obtained if you collect Kinkara Tea ^ Labels and by using 'Mother's Choice' Flour and keeping the Coupons, you have your present in half the time. Showroom: 99 Bathurst St., Sydney; Catalogues Post Free on Application ir a ? ?? {n! Another Australian Serial In] U 'BRACKEN' U | 1 By Bernard Cronin 1 | Aj COMMENCES IN f h I THE BULLET! Si J™| C= | DECEMBER 5, 1928 § | 1 SPECIALLY ILLUSTRATED by ! If 1 | | LEASON If ! K | Read the SERIAL and SHORT | K j I | STORIES in Australia's Great | i El Newspaper - Magazine — Better \ L. f | than Fiction from Overseas. f L | N Order 'The Bulletin' Now. { ^|| LOOK OUT! THE FESTIVE SEASON . !N FACT IT IS RIGHT HERE C3. FETMICH IS READY FOR CHRISTMAS- , ARE VOU ? Step in and see our Christmas Stock— OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE — SHERIDAN STREET. !We Deliver Orders In All. Weavers! ? I If you find »tv^corr?enient to come dcrtfn toT-?n to v, ? « your purchases, I ^ \P C\\ v?e -will s*',u t singer to '9 our Ik A ? -V Kc'vis -tfit'p....

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My Lady's Corner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OF THE "INDEPENDENT" SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

| My Lady's Corner, ?SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS QFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' I j SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS I ? (Conducted'**by**'''dame*'dulcie*.*'')''*'**'' SOCIAL GOSSIP , Miss Ethel Rolles, a daughter of [ Mr. and Mrs. W. Rolles, of Gundagai, j has joined the nui-sing staff of Wagga Hospital. * * » The marriage of Miss 'Patsy' Pigram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j W. Pigram, of Burra, to Mr. Joseph Spicer, of Cootamundra, takes place at the Sacred Heart Church Coota mundra, on 3rd January next. * »;= * I think women are more practical than men in making wills. Mrs. j Helen Kate Hayes, the owner of farm- 1 ing, dairying and grazing property j at Gwalia, Grahamstown, established ' a baby bonus scheme for son and j daughter. In her will, .probate of ; which has been granted, she directed I that to the daughter of a former mar riage, Eliza Gwyne Pengely Davies, there should be paid £5 a week, and after her marriage £200 for each child born. To her son, David Davies, a s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

Ilex lloyd. , HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE ^ public; THE BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES ANC BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, 11 ? — = ' 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. 'Phone 13. ^ ^ a— h—b— a—— — w — w— » WOOL eRUTGHINGS. We have direct outlet for unlimited quantity crulchings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Slahhit Skins, at top rates. JSI3JS5fS[2MSJ3M3f3MM3®SI3MM3J5iS®Sf3' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co., Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101. ^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated from the Slectnc Light or power socket. 1 YO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appeara...

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

ORDER FORM. Please Forward to me Pat tern No ? for wKich 7 I enclose. .......... Name .'. ? ? ? (State whether Mrs. or Miss) Full ? i Postal ;?.« Address ? ? ? Orders should be addressed to — ? ' f ?; 'DAME DULCIE,' Inde- ' pendent,' Gundagai, (Atid postage.) 'j YOU CAN GET ANY SIZE.

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RECIPES SAVOURY MEAT ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

RECIPES ' SAVOURY MEAT ROLL.. Make a suet crust with 31b. of flour and ;}lb. of minced suet. Roil it out thin. ' Cover with n layer of thinly chopped raw potatoes; a thin layer of fresh, minced steak, 'a sprinkle of finely chopped parsley, onion, pepper, and salt. Wet the edges and roll up. Tie in a floured cloth and boil for two hours. Cooked meat may be used instead of raw, and in that case will only require an hour's cooking-. . BANANA CREAM ' ' Six ripe mashed bananas, 3 table spoons rasberry jam, h pint syrup essence, J pint boiling water, i cup of cream, 1 pint boiling water, 2 cup of essence, J pint packet lemon or orange jelly. Serve the jam and add to the syrup. (Any fruit syrup might take the place of that indicated.) Dissolve the jelly in the boiling water and add to the mirture. When cool add the .cream. Pour into a wetted mould, and when cold turn out and serve with whipped cream or boiled custard. SAVOURY FRITTERS. Take as many cold 'hard-boiled eggs as . required. Cut...

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

In to REG. ALCHIN'S (LATE ELLIOTT'S) and have a cup o' tea, an Ice Cream, or a Nice, Cool Fizzy Drink, while you look over his wonderful stock of ss ' AND FANCY GOODS 1 GOING AT COST PRICES

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TWO SCHOOLGIRLS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

TWO SCHOOLGIRLS DROWNED. Two school girls, Violet Lewis, 8, and Eileen Lacey, 10, were caught in an undertow while bathing off South Melbourne beach, and were drowned.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL MARKET STABILITY ABSENCE OF MARKET VARIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

? * ? ? ? ? WOOL MARKET STABILITY ABSENCE OF MARKET VARIATION. Wir.chcome, Carson Ltd. report:— Experiences of the wool selling season to date should certainly inspire con tinued confidence among consumers abroad. Various circumstances have arisen to upset competition from time to time. At one stage pessimism was abundant among manufacturers abroad. But considering the con ditions existing values for the staple have displayed stability since the in itial auctions at mid-August gave an idea of the figures at which wool could be handled by millmen. Considerable variation has been seen in prices for speciality wools, but actually during the past 31 months rates for good fleece wools on a clean scoured basis have not shown a greater variation that 2d. per lb. which is about Id. per lb. in the grease. Average wools at one period displayed a fluctuation of 4d. clean or about 2d. in the grease, but have not since recovered from their lowest point. The variation in rates for skirtings has b...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER SEX CRIME SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

ANOTHER SEX CRIME { SYDNEY, To-day. A sixteen year old girl Informed the police late last night that she had been dragged into a disused brick pit at Surrey Hills and outraged. Later the police arrested two youths, who were charged with having committ ed a capital offence..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

Ryan's frVWWWWWWWWWUWWWWWWWWWtfWWVWWWWi SOMETHING STARTLING Xmas Suit MADE TO MEASURE For £6 DON'T DELAY! ONLY AVAILABLE FOR THREE WEEKS. FORTY SIX Patterns to select from — everyone of 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 End 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 England T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

STRIBLEY'S 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. 1 ? : — — 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, Bic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

GENERAL NOTES jiiMiiimiiiiiimimtiiiiiiiimuiiiuiuiiiiuuiHiuiiiiuiiiiiuaiift Allan Neald Smyth, commercial traveller, of Waverley, and a Jus tice of the Peace, was fined 6/- at Goulburn police court on Monday for alleged drunkenness. Constable Dunn stated that Smyth was singing 'The More We Are Together,' known as the 'Commercial Travellers' Anthem,' and allowed another man to give him playful punches in the stomach in the bar at the Goulburn Railway Station on the morning of November 23. When he told Smyth not to be a 'big kid,'.' the latter jocularly asked, 'Where's the fire, policeman,' and the police man said he would show him the 'cooler,' and he did so. Smyth emphatically denied being drunk, and said that when he was locked up the police refused to ring up a doctor. He also alleged that when he refused to take off his boots in the cell he was pushed in a corner, and his boots were torn off him. * ? ? This is how a correspondent of one of the North Coast dailies of New South Wale...

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

OBITUARY The death occured on Monday last at Yass of Miss Elizabeth Jackson, neice of Mr. J. Foote, at Devonia Private Hospital. * ? » The death occurred early on Thurs day last of Mrs. Euma Dean, mother of Mr. Arthur Dean, of Yass, in her 68th yeai\ The old lady had been ill for some weeks and an inmate of a private hospital, Kogarah, where she passed away. He husband died in January 1st. Three sons survive, Arthur (Yass) Fred (Lindfield) and Stanley (Bondi). * * * Mrs. Edney, of Bowning, died on Monday, she was 61 years of age. The deceased lady is survived by her husband, who has worked on the rail way for many years. The Edney family have resided for the last 40 years at Bowning. Deceased was a daughter of Sergeant Egglington and she leaves two daughters. » * ? Mr. Pat Bannon, of Cootamundra, died on Saturday, in the Sacred Heart Hospital, at the age of 74. Deceased was. single and surviving brothers and sisters of the pioneer family are, Mr. Thomas Bannon, Frampton; Mr. Micheal...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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LATEST CITY NEWS. KING'S CONDITION CRITICAL LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 December 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. KING'S CONDITION CRITICAL LONDON, Wednesday. Though the King had a quiet day, his temperature ha3 risen to a point higher than the same hour last night, showing a recrudence of infection. His strength is maintained.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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