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THE HOME MISSION FESTIVAL WHO ARE THE VISITORS? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

THE HOME MISSION FESTIVAL] WHO ARE THE VISITORS ? I Diocesan officials, parish priests and devoted lay folk who in some measure or another have a definite I message to impart or experience to : '.V- /J-.-/ ? . . - r j ; pass on. The Organising Secretary (Rev. C. E. Robertson) whose mis sion it is to lift the standards of both d'io.cesan and parochial finance, the Diocesan Registrar (Mr. Ransome T. Wyatt) who tries to show that there is no incompatibility in a parish be tween spirituality and efficiency, and the Diocesan Director of Religious Education (Miss Akehurst) who is rapidly revolutionising all our ideas of work amongst young people. Then, too, there are experienced parish priests coming; the rector of Wagga (Rev. S. J. West) whose own paroch ial problems are amongst the biggest in the diocese; the rector of Tumut (Rev. F. W. Rettie), fresh from his experiences at the recent Festival at Boorowa; and the rector of Adelong (Rev. G. F. Pyke) who, with Mr. West, will carry the ex...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

! . HOME MISSION FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 19th to 24th, 1298 'The Romance of Service The Vision and the Task. S. John's Church, Gundagai. SATURDAY, S£PT„ 1. See this college romance — you' 11 burst your sides laughing- at this sophisticated comedy oi' modern college life. Thrills, adventure, ex citing- sport, romance, laughs galore, and love. These are the ingredients of « Till? pair rn pn » iiiu t niu UV/ JUI7 with the screen's most popular comedienne, Marion Davies: To all basket-ball lovers: See this picture ;you'll be interested. If you can always enjoy a good hearty laugh, just take our advice and see the laughing yell of the year: 'THE POOR NUT' with Charles Murray and Jack Mulhall. Of course the management will not take any responsibility, if you should burst , ytJur clothes whilst laughing, for you will have to take care of yourself. . Fail not to see it; it's great. 'Comedy: 'HER SECOND HUNDRED YEARS.' Full of yells, laugh7 ter, and fun; fast arid furious. iM IIHIDS1HBBH ^ 'M.G.M...

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AT THE CONGRESS WHAT GUNDAGAI REPRESENTATIVES WILL DO [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

AT THE CONGRESS ? w ? WHAT GUNDAGAI REPRESENTA TIVES WILL DO Gundagai parishioners attending the Eucharistic Congress are notified of arrangements for the Congress. Goulburn Diocese will march in the Procession -(men only) in the alphabetical order of Parishes as in i the Ordo; it is fervently hoped each : Parish will have a Banner of its own for the Procession. Dean Norris and his helpers will have charge of the Goulburn unit in the Procession. All secular priests march together in the Procession; they do not march with their Parishes. People are advised of the difficulty of obtaining a midday meal at' the Show Ground on Friday and Satur day; tens of thousands of people will be there, and the religious functions* will not terminate till perhaps after midday. The. same difficulty will be experienced on the Sunday of the Procession by all hands, but more particularly by those who have trav elled that day by special train to Sydney. Adequate provision should be made (each one for hims...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

3 TIMES AS MANY EGGS Esp, are n°w an item of expense when added to the weekly grocer's bill. If you nave fowls it is only commonsense to want every egK they are capable of !ay'nf- Why not, then, help your fowls, to fulfil this want. Thousands of poultry owners are obtaining a daily supply of eggs by feeding their birds with Ivarswood Poultry Spice (which contains dried and P ground insects). Num bered among: the many of Tenindewa. West Australia, from whoso lengthy testimonial we supply hail doubled? ^ while now T, weeks lifter starling I am getting: three times as many eggs as before using it. All my birds are in first-class condition.' Karswood Poultry Spice is obtainable at all stores at the following prices: ? i-Ib. packet 1/-: 1-lb. packet 2/-; 7-lb. (tin) 13/-; 14-lb. tin 25/-; 28-lb. tin 48/-. 1/4/28.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

iNo Car compares with Chrysler '5 2n in M oney Value THE SMART NEW CHRYSLER 'S2'V is more than ever the unapproached value in the low priced field. .Only in the '52' can you obtain at low prices speed=ability i and pick-up that are characteristically Chrysler; such smooth= ? . , . ness of operation at all speeds; ease;of handling unapproached ( by cars selling for much more; Chrysler smartness and beafity V of line and colouring. r* See the smart New '52.' Compare it with any and every cal#.-' in its price field. Then ride in it and instantly understa mi.whjjp public preference acclaims it as more than ever the grealest value in its price division. Prices from £275 - LARKE, NEAVE -S CARTER, LTD. . New South Wales Distributors 177-185 Wiiliam Street, Sydney - - Lecal Dealer: THE GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEERING CO. Send all pur Car Troubles to j Butcher's Garaqei , ^ ? at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Gars, Gfaham Brosi Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oi...

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My Lady's Corner GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS RECIPES, ETC. Special "Independent" Pattern Service SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

cMy Lady's Corner GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS PRECIPES, ETC. Special ' Independent' Pattern Service (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Two engagements that I have marked down in my note-book are — (1) the Farmers' Ball, next Friday, and the ladies' meeting next Tues day, to help in the Soldiers' Memor ial celebrations. I have Very plea sant recollections of the last Farmers' Ball. It was what a dance should be — full of sociability and no aloof ness on the part of those attending. The Soldiers' Memorial meeting should not be missed by any woman who has a memory. * » * 'If I were King!' Yes, if I were King I would' insist on absolute so briety being the password for ad mission to dances. I recently at tended a dance when hip-pocket flasks were the rule, rather than the exception. I don't mind any man having his 'glass,' but there's a time when he should not offend' the can ons of good conduct. Breathing a mouthful of concentrated cheap whisky on one's partner is positively vulga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

| AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY, | I THE SHEEP MARKET. | Sheep at noon to-day were X 1/- to 2/- lower. ||| | CATTLE VALUES. Ill X Values for prime cattle were II weaker ' X III MAIZE VALUES. | II The price of maize in Sydney X X 3/8 to 4/- per bushel |||j * * » Plenty of prizes for queer hats at the 'Mad Hatters' Ball.'* AUCTION SALE BANKRUPT EST. A. J. RATLIFF W. E. KYLE & CO. Have received instruction from C. F. W. Lloyd, Official Assignee in the above Bankrupt Estate to sell by Public Auction at the residence of A. J. Ratliff, Hanley-street, Gunda gai, on Saturday 8th September, at 2 o'clock sharp. 1 FORD MOTOR LORRY, capacity 1 ton, fail* repair. FOR POSITIVE SALE TERMS CASH. TENDERS WANTED For ploughing 150. acres River Flat, 6 inches, in areas of 50 to 75 acres, or whole area. Work to be completed by 30th September. Tenders to be in hand of undersigned by Saturday, 1st September. W. E. KYLE & CO. LOST On Gundagai-Cootamundra Road, LADY'S BIG COAT, with fur collar. Return ...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE The death took place at Waterfall, on Friday last, of Miss Louisa Flor ence Myers, late of Tumut, at the age of 26 years. Mrs. Frank Latham, of Gundagai, is at present holidaying' with her fSoiilhiim Mr. Latham.. ? ? accountant at the local Commercial Bank, will commence his annual holi days in a fortnight and will join ilis wife. ? Three patients admitted to Gunda gai Hospital this weelc come from al most the same locality. Nellie Frost, ; an 18-year old girl, hails from Wagra; Gladys Kelly (6 years old), from Brungle ; and Cecil Pierse. (aged IS), from Darbalara — the latter suff ' ering from c.n injured finger. - * ? ? ' ? ? When Mr. and Mrs. H. Pitman cele brated their golden wedding at Woo nona; iast week, . they entered the local church as they had done in a similar building 50 years ago— arm in arm — and they were greeted with the Wedding March played on the organ by a little granddaughter, Ray Pitman. ? i -m m . ' Owing to iil-health Rev. Fr. Tarpy, one-time act...

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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

IJ . ? ? ? : — THE MARKETS Rabbit skin prices sl^ppi on an average, a a'ecline of luhw// lt-. pev lb. at Sydney sales yesterday. Winters sold1 to 119d. per lb., racks 50d. to 52d. per lb., so Winchconibe Carson wire us.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

THE INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY. AUGU5T 30, 1928

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NUN INJURED HER CONDITION SERIOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

NUN INJURED iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiii HER CONDITION SERIOUS Sister Terese, a Nun travelling from Adelaide to Sydney by the Ex press, met with a serious accident at Harden this morning. How the accident occurred is not ? 1 ? J. o* .i. ? rn ? ? J «-t r« /-- rl clear, uut oiSLur i uiese eitiiui iuidouu her step, or was bumped out, and the moving train went over her leg. On removal to the Hospital, it Was found necessary to amputate it. Her condition at noon to-d4v was very critical.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

HAVE A CHOCOLATE BUY THE LATEST FROM TOM. WEBBY 'THE LOLLY KING.' All the BEST CONFECTIONERY we sell. Fresh supplies every week. DID YOU SAY 'APPLES?' Try a Case of 'DELICIOUS,' the Best Apple grown. You get it at TOM. WEBBY'S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

v ? — ? ? ? ? . W6 Give WITH EVERY PLAYER PIANO PURCHASED BEFORE 31st AUGUST, 1928 A Beautiful Roll Cabinet £12/12/. 124 PLAYER ROLLS £6/18 (Your Own Selection). A Player Bench £2/10/ And as a further concess sion we have decided to pay freight fr--m Sydney and other delivery charges on Players purchased frOm us during the GIFT PERIOD RUDOLF. THE ARISTOCRAT PLAYER PIANOS (ESTABLISHED 1867) [?] I Highest Award Columbian Exposition 1893 1 Right throughout Australia to-day there is a Sound and Solid Preference for RUDOLF PLAYER g PIANOS. On the Market there are Cheaper Makes of Players Pianos, but TRUE ECONOMY does not ne- S cessarily mean purchasing the Cheapest Instrument. There are Six Different Models of RUDOLF PLAYER jjjj PIANOS to choose from. Each is sold, as a matter of principle, at the Lowest Possible Price. Each may jfj be had on the most convenient terms. A small Cash Payment will put a RUDOLF PLAYER PIANO in g your home, or your present piano or other Musical Instrument wi...

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Church Chatter HOME MISSION FESTIVAL WHAT IS A HOME MISSION FESTIVAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

ghurch ©hatter HOME MISSION FESTIVAL ? * ? WHAT IS A HOME MISSION FESTIVAL? It is an opportunity for all Church people to remind themselves of the purpose for which the Church exists. It is so easy to be side-tracked, to confound the means with the end, to fail to discern the wood because of the trees. Greater than all paro chiel or diocesan expansion is the nnfi e-reat need for definite and per sistent effort to gain men and women for Christ through a deeper and more consecrated service on the part of all those who ai-e already called by His Name. WHAT ARE ITS METHODS ? To preach, teach and show forth the gorgeous adventure of service, to awaken latent churchmanship, to rally men and women and children to the Church's standard, not in per functory and casual membership, but in active witness, worship and work. WHAT IS THE PROCESSION OF WITNESS ? Writing in the 'Southern Church man' the Bishop of Goulburn answer ed this question : — ? 'Processions through the streets are mainly an a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

LEGAL. WILSON and DODDS, SOLICITORS, ETC. W. H. WILSON, B.A., LLB. FRED. A. DODDS Gimdagai, and at 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. WEEKES and WEST, Solicitors, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Ph. 54. Gundagai. MR. L. J. CONDON, Surgeon Dentist, WYNYARD STREET, TUMUT D. P. TURNER, DENTIST SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. D. FREW BROWN, B.D.S. DENTIST HAS PURCHASED THE PRAC TICE OF R. M. KIRKPATRICK, B.D.S. GUNDAGAI Phone 188. H. A BARRACLOUGH Ltd. OPTICIANS, 315 George St., Sydney NEXT VISIT. On a date that will be duly notiliea in this paper. The firm has visited this town regu larly for 30 years. MISS READ 'GARTHOWAN,' PUNCH-STREET, GUNDAGAI. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION TARIFF MODERATE NORMAN L. BELL HAIRDESSSER AND TOBAC CONIST. (Late of Melbourne). Has commenced business in Sheri dan-street, next to Criterion Hotel. ALL CLASSES OF WORK DONE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER LadieS Specially Catered For In wild youth we are careless and glad, All precaution seems futile and flat; As we age we grpw wise rnd grow sad, ...

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER V. "BROKEN GAOL!" [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

'.'''.'q'r SERIAL STORY^^ The Fatal bondage CHAPTER V. 'BROKEN GAOL!' 'I am sorry. What could I have been thinking about? Pray .don't let me interrupt your story, Mr. Hom frey.' - _ Thus Adeline, as the well-trained servants deftly removed all traces of , ., i i ? ? 1 the disaster, and the meai coimnueu on its usual round. For even though the name of the husband whom her selfish treachery had condemned to a, felon's doom was as a dagger trust into her heart each time she heard it uttered, she must bear her breast to the knife while the cold, steadfast eyes of Jane Chenoweth looked from across the dinner table, as though endeav oring to penetrate her. very soul. And the man by her side — he on whom she had tried to exercise her utmost powers of fascination? Had he purposely brought up the subject? Did he know the woman into whose languorous eyes his own had looked admiringly but a few moments ago — the' woman whose ravishing beauty had, at least momentarily, enslaved his senses- — to...

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A LABOR TROUBLE IN THE YOUNG LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

A LABOR TROUBLE IN THE YOUNG LEAGUE At a meeting..of the Young Labor League on Saturday night, which was well attended, reference was again made to the distribution of certain moneys received by the Leagrie for election purposes. Mr. Rowe, against whom imputations had Deen Droacucasi; Dy certain people, stated that the matter was too serious not to take action, and he moved that a committee of inquiry be ap pointed by the League to investigate fr.hp Rt.ntAniPnt.c marlo lw A .T HMn non. After discussion this motion was carried, and a committee appointed, though strenuously opposed by A. J. Cannon, who made an amendment to the effect that a special meeting be called and Messrs. Rowe and Cahill be summoned to attend to account for all moneys held by them -for the League, with a view of their expul sion. This amendment was dealt with very strongly by sevei-al speakers and rejected by an overwhelming majority Mr. Cannon then sought to bring the matter before the League by direct motion b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

fisted ^ Custard f - Made in a moment, it's smooth p creaminess and refinement of ' flavor, combine in providing, a disk which is always the same — \ always temptingly delicious — always welcome. 1 % -L. Served with fresh lz j- stewed, or preser ved fruit, it makes a | still more wholesome, more easily iS* digested and nourishing dish, c-28 RADIOLA A Six Valve Superheterodyne ii » |S|||j|- |^)T Broadcast Receiver, houaed in ffi § IPPf N£] beautiful laminated maple csbi&eS , Jj , To hear — to see — to operate it — ia@ J |f||pi^8sSBti new adventure in radio. | /Musical experts invariably choose their radio sets after critical listening test*. Why ^not take your cue It's a wise buyer who realises ''''' I J|| that the ear is the red judge. 'RADIOLA. i§ff We urge you tolet me repro STANDARD'S' fir duction qualities of our 'Raaiola , A © Wj Standard Six' tell its own story. ^ W Interstate. Reception Guaranteed. - ? ? ? — | Complete utif hall The 1927 Radiola Range Accessories Enti...

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99 DESCENDANTS DEATH OF TUMBLONG MAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

99 DESCENDANTS DEATH OF TUMBLONG MAN Mr. James Neve, an old resident of Tumblong, passed away on Sun day last, after a very short illness, at the great age of -88 years. He left a family of four sons and two daugh ters, viz., Messrs. George, James Tur VI ni- TTrN.TQwl r!Vio..f? and A lVio-pt ? Charlotte Louisa (deceased), and Eliza Emma; also thirty-seven grand children and 56 great-grandchildren, all of whom are living. His sister, Eliza, is the only surviving one of the family of five. Deceased was born at Camden, on August 14th, 1840. In the year 1850 he travelled with his parents to Al bury, and in 1860 they came to Ade long and worked there on the gold field. Going to Tumblong (then called Adelong Crossing) in 1862, deceased purchased land and made his home on it. . He was married in the year 1864 to Miss Turner, sister of Mr. James Turner, the old veter an oi' Tumblong. Deceased took an active part in everything that was carried out at Tumblong, such as the building of the sch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 30 August 1928

Bigger- Ret*:es* , ? — r : rfVHE qualities which X 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 PQAr TOURER &£\J 0 STANDARD POAr ROADSTER XuXJO SPORTS POO/2 ROADSTER (with Dicky Seat) 9 TW0-D00R p Q Q r SEDAN &60U FOUR-DOOR OQ 1 CT SEDAN XO 10 All Models, are Equipped with 5 Balloon Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR - ONE YEAR 1 ^fHH /n rPHE wheelbase has been increased lillf to 107 inches, two snubber plates ; have been added to each spring control- ling the rebound and absorbing shocks. /ggjjpO JfsP? Of , {jik Rims are wider and the tyre, size has miSSU^SiW Iw® been increased. All these improve ^ nients result in a supreme roaO com AN ENGINE VITALLY IMPROVED ? JMPORTANT refinements in promotes greater power, great- ? Cfc fl SB W\\ er quietness and faster acceler is I W ,-r in lr ati...

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