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OBITUARY MR. TOM BRIGGS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 December 1928

OBITUARY lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll       MR. TOM BRIGGS Another of the old hands of the Muttama district died in the Coota- mundra District Hospital on Tuesday, Mr. Thomas Briggs, aged 76, leaving a widow (nee Miss Susan Waite, of Muttama) and a large family: — Mes- srs. Thomas, Wagga; William, Cross Roads, Wagga; Herbert, address un- known at present; Mesdames S. Al- chin, Lockhart; S. P. Morton, Temora; A. Fuller, Barmedman; S. D. Nicholls, Junee; T. Herring, Cootamundra; Jack Robinson, Hornsby. Mr. W. Briggs, the Muttama butcher, who is 83, and still kills his bullock, is a bro- ther. A step-brother is Mr. G. Brown of Burra; and a step- sister, Miss K. Brown, of Muttama. Deceased was a native of Goulburn, and figured prominently as a teamster in the roar- ing days. He was a remarkable success with bullocks. There are many grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CRUSHED TO PULP GUNDAGAI DISTRICT RESIDENT'S TRAGIC END. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

CRUSHED TO PULP ?iiititiiHiiiimmiiitiiiiimiiiitiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiij GUNDAGAI DISTRICT RESIDENT'S TRAGIC END. Mx*. H. P. Carberry, President of Gundagai Shire, received news on Sat urday that his brother-in-law, Mr. Willirm HnffViPS. had hfifvn killed that afternoon in a motor accident at Junee. Deceased accompanied by a man named Horace Pike, and a girl, Paul ene Case, aged 14. svas motoring at a very fast pace, and, in; attempting to pass another vehicle, his car hit a | water-table, and rolled over four j times. Eventually it came to a stand- : still 40 yards £.Vbm the spot where '. it struck. ! I Pike was thrown several yards, as ! was Pauline Cast-, another occupant I of the car; but. Hughes, who was driv ing, was pinned beneath the car. William Kellog,.of Leeton, who wit nessed i t'-e acrir^^. pulled Hughes ! clear ci . was burn- ' ing fiercely., a'feu 'tiien raced to Junee ; for assistance.' I When Serg. Face came on the scene J Pike's clothing was on fire. ...

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CHRISTM[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

CHRISlX^^H The Post Office has a^S8H9S£raig^ mind our readers to post ti^^^raraHgSg mas Greetings and gifts in gog^HB£|m| for delivery before ChnsjTa^^BHH avoid the possibility oHate deliv-^pra ery, with its coiusjcr^nt disappoint ment. Sho.r: early, Pack Securely, Address P.inly and Post Early. Mark youipackets, 'Don't open' until Xmas.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

TENDERS - Invited for Demolition and Rem oval of Brick Shop from site cf new Masonic Hall. Tenders close on Friday, 2ist in stant, at 10 a.m. Further particulars fro?* F. a. Latham, Secretary. PASTURES PROTECTIC^ ACT» 1912 j Notice under Section abovementioned Act to OwnSBnd Occupiers within the Pastur^MrL'0 tection District of Gundaga^^ft. In pursuance of the provis ? Section 61 of the Pastures 'rrotec tion Act lyiZ notice is nereoy given by the Pastunes Protection Board for the District of Gundagai that the owners or occupiers of all or any lands within the abovementioned dis trict shall on or before the twenty f-Mirtfi day ^ ^ojvuary One thousand nine hundred and tweifc; nine re spectively commence the worn. -=-i sup pressing and destroying rabbits upon such lands and upon any road bound ing or intersecting the same or any part thereof save and except such roads as are vested in, held by or are under the control of the Council of a Municipality or Shire. The period during which t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

RETURN THANKS MR. A. J. PIGRAM and FAMILY desire to thank all kind friends for expressions of sympathy and floral tribute in their recent sad bereave ment; also to especially thank the Matron and Hospital staff, Mr. Ar nold, Mr. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. W . Stafford, jnr„ and the Murray Fam ily.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL WATER SUPPLY. Owing to unforseen circumstances it was impossible to effect alterations to Rising Main as notified for last Sunday. It is now proposed to carry out the work on next WEDNESDAY, 19th inst., and on that day the Water Supply will be INTERRUPTED bet ween hours of 4 a.m. and 8 p.m. A. J. BROWNING, Shire Clerk. GUNDAGAI LIFE-SAVING CLUB. Arrangements have been made for Patrol of River Beaches, below Rail way Bridge, at South Gundagai by members of Gundagai Life Saving Club, during undermentioned hours. The Club will not?, however, hold itself responsible for any accident during these hours, nor for any fail ure of Patrol to be in attendance: — Sundays, 4 to 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, 4.45 to 5.50 p.m. No Patrol on Saturdays. A. J. BROWNING, Hon. Sec. ST. JOHN'S YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. No further meetings of the above will be held till the new year, when —tile'' next gathering will be advertis- . ed. REV. S. G. DAVIS President. XMAS TRADING HOURS. The Undersi...

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THE "INDEPENDENT'S" XMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

THE 'INDEPENDENT'S' XMAS HOLIDAYS. In order to give our staff the holi days provided for in the awards, the office of the 'Gundagai Independent' will be closed from the ai\ertioon of Friday next; 21st December, till the morning of Monday, Dec. 31st. There will be no issue of this paper on Monday, December 24th, or Thurs day, Dec. 27th. We would be glad i±' our advertisers and subscribers would make a no;e of the above ar rangements. For the ensuing week we would be very obliged if our ad vertisers would acquaint us well be fore day of publication of their re quirements and also supply copy for change of advertisement as soon as possible. P. SULLIVAN, Proprietor.

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MILLET BOARD POLL. LISTS OF GROWERS ON EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

MILLET BOARD POLL. LISTS OF GROWERS ON EXHIBI TION. In connection with the poll to be taken on January 21, on the ques tion of constituting a Broom Millet Marketing Board, the Minister of Agriculture announces that prelim inary lists of growers will be on exhibition from December 18 to Jan uary 7. During this period any qual ified grower whose name has been omitted from the preliminary lists riiay apply for enrolment, or an ob jection may be lodged to any name included in the lists in error. To be eligible to vote at the poll per sons must be qualified as producers under Section 4 of the Marketing of Primary Products Act and must have been engaged in the cultivation of an area of not less than two acres of' broom millet planted during the year 1927 or 1928. The regulation fixing the qualification was- 1 publshed in the Government Gazette on Friday last. Claims and objections should be lodged with the returning officer, the Director of Marketing, State Market ing Bureau, Department o...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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AGRICULTURAL DISPOSE EARLY OF MAIZE TO AVOID WEEVIL DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

AGRICULTURAL DISPOSE EARLY OF MAIZE TO AVOID WEEVIL DAMAGE. On the North Coast the maize grower suffers much loss annually from -the attack of weevil, as much as 10 to 15 per cent, of the crop be ing^ destroyed in come cases. The tember) are affected in the field by crops sown early (August and Sept weevils which have bred out from the over-wintering stage in the sheds and barns, and as these crops mature their grain in warm weather, when the development of the weevil is at its height, they require to be harvest ed quickly in order to save as much as possible a loss from weevil in the field. There is, of course, a danger in harvesting this maize while too soft and storing it in the shed, as heating may develop which will fav our further marked damage from wee vil and moulds. Maize which is in clined to be soft or *,o contain excess moisture generally stores better if the husk is removed, and the removal of the husk in harvesting weevilin fested maize also has the effect of disturbin...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

TOWN TOPICS The nett profit from last week's Convent School Concert was £55. » * * A number of Gundagai en husiasts went to the city at the week end to have a look at the test match. ♦ * * For the first time, for over 30 years, Midnight Mass will be celebrat ed in St. Patrick's Church at Christ mas. ? » * A fancy fair in aid of Gundagai Catholic Church funds will be held in St. Patricks Hall during Show week March 1929. » * * What do you know about the weath er The glass was at 103 at 4 p.m. on Friday, and at 4 p.m. Saturday the reading was 73 — a drop of 33 degrees in 24 hours. ? « » A four-point shower struck Gun dagai early on Saturday morning. Parts of the district, close to town, were wet well by showers the pre vious afternoon. ♦ * » Some of the town thermometers registered peak heats during the hot speil las week end — 107 and 109 were two reading. The official read ings were: Dec. 12th, 97; 13 h, 102; 14th, 103. ♦ * ♦ After getting the electric light fittings onto St. John's...

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SMITH BEATS LINDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

SMITH BEATS LINDRUM. The billiard match in London re sulted in Smith (30,000) defeated Lindrum (11,722).

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ON THE LAND PASTORAL. THE RESIDUAL VALUE OF SUPERPHOSPHATE ON TOP-DRESSED PASTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

ON THE LAND PASTORAL. THE RESIDUAL VALUE OF SUPERPHOSPHATE ON TOP-DRESSED PASTURE. A report in the November issue of the Agricultural Gazette on ex periments conducted by the Depart ment of Agriculture at several cen tres (Milvale, Parkes, and Milbru long), in the central western portion of the State, will be of interest to he many farmers who combine the rais ing of sheep with their wheatgrow ing operations. In order to test the residual effect of applications of sup erphospate made to certain holdings in May, 1926, records of the stocking of the paddocks were kept for the 1927-28 season, no further applica tions of fertiliser being made to the pastures. In this second season the carrying capacity of the top-dressed areas proved to be more than double that of the unmanured portion at two centres, and in the third case was 1.6 sheep per acre as compared with 1.1 sheep. The residual effect of even light applications of superphosphate was thus apparent two years after the application ...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wednesday, Back Station Creek 7.30 p.m. Thursday, Jackalas, 7.30 p.m. Tar rabandra 7.30 p.m. Friday, St. John's, Choir Practice Sunday, St. John's 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 8 p.m. Nangus 11 a.m., Bon gongolong 3 p.m. Coolac 8 p.m., South Gundagai 3 p.m. Christmas Eve, Holy Communion 11.30 p.m. St. John's. Christmas Day, Holy Communion, 7 a.m., 8 a.m. St. John's. Carol service 8 p.m. St. John's. Jugiong 7. 30 p.m. South Gundagai, H.C. 9.15 a.m. Sunday after Xmas, St. John's 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Coolac 11 a.m., Jugiong 3 p.m., Nangus 3 p.m. South Gundagai 7.30 p.m. Bey. 3. G. Pari*;

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A SOUTH AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

A SOUTH AMERICAN WAR. The first shots in the dispute bet ween Paraguay and Bolivia were fired on Saturday, when the Bolivians captured the Paraguayan fort, Bo querons.

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

ON THE LAND According to a report to Yass P.P. Board, rabbits are on the increase in certain parts of that district. The Gilmore branch of the Agri /.nif-iivai iRm-pau inaugurated a suc cessful wool competition. Results: Fine Merino fleece, W. Sullivan, 1; J. T. Sullivan, 2 ; J. T. Butler, 3 . Medium Merino fleece, J. T. Butler, 1; E. Robson, 2; Davis Bros., 3. Mer ino fleece Naughton Bros., 1; M. H. Harris, 2; T. Callaway, 3. Merino rams fleece, J. T. Butler and Na.ugh on Bros., divided. Mr. Tom Gardner just back from Monaro, tells some wonderful, tales of opossums. In the Bombala district he says ..hey are so plentiful that on some holdings they have be ip. n. One landowner, having had 2000 fruit trees octroyed by : the pest, got a permit to dfcoti-oy them, but the authorities refused to let him skin them. 'The opossums have become so cheeky,' says Mr. Gardner, 'tha. they invade houses — at one shed where I was they used to come into the kitchen. They are fine big 'possums, with w...

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THE KING STILL FIGHTING. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

THE KING STILL FIGHTING. LONDON, Sunday. A bulletin issued at 11 a.m. says that despite a restless night, his Maj esty's general condition is slightly improved.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

|aT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY.i III THE SHEEP MARKET. v X ? I'll II Sheep at noon to-day were J. v unaltered. || I CATTLE VALUES. nil III ? ? s Values For prime cattle were ?* mm cows 10/- lower, bullocks un- |j| llil changed. X 1] MAIZE VALUES. X II The price of maize in Sydney v * * * Beautiful boxes of Xmas Chocola tes at the Niagara Ca e (Castriss ion's).'

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A FIGHT WITH KNIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

A FIGHT WITH KNIVES. An Italian and two Australians were seriously wounded with knives during a fight at Shepparton, Vic toria. The affray was watched by sev eral hundred people.

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New Brooms—Keen Queries Shire Team Shape Well Gundagai Shire Council held an all day meeting on Friday last, finishing about 6.15 p.m. The five new men necessarily had many questions to ask, and they showed a keenness that augurs well for the term just commencing. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

New Brooms — ^Kccn QiicriGS ~ Sftl:m.i.x»e ' Hr&s&itwi. ' Sli£i-pe w*=»ii IIIIIIII1llll!tlltlM'tH^;tl.M').-rMMM: '-n;H'i; - ' :nnilll-1IUIUIinillU-llll|HlltnillllIlltlllUfnillllUlllllllllllllll(llllllliHiimiiiiliiiitii..iii. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? c ; , . . . v 1 ' ,,,l,,,,lul,,,,,,,|l,M,l|,|i|iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii»iiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii|||iminu 'GuTiaagai'SHire Council held an all day meeting on Friday last, finishing about 6. 1 5 p.m. The five new men necessarily had many questions to ask,, and they showed a keenness that augurs well for the term just commencing. Gundagai Shire's new Council held its first meeting on Friday last when all members were in attendance as follows: Crs. H. P. Carberry (Presi dent), J. Mclnerney, G. Luff, D. Nic-, holls, P. 0. B. Joyce, D. H. Roberts, F. F. McHugh and J. Hyndes. VOTE OF SYMPATHY Prior to the commencement of business Cr. Luff and the President had a vote of sympathy accorded the Clerk (Mr. Bro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

JtEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC THE B lST-OE LIQUORS, WIN EE AN& : BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, ? ? — ? - ? ? ? ? ? — ? - ? ; ? ? ? ? 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. 1 W@®L eRUTCHINGS. We have dsrcct outlet for unlimited quantify crutchings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, ftabhit Skins, at top rates. iEMSISEMSISMSiSMSEMSjSMSMSJSfSISMTS' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co., Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101 c^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver . . Operated from the Electric Light or pbtue-r socket. WO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six -Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing...

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