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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Dr. Hyndes, brother of Councillor J. M. Hyndes, of Darbalara, is act ing as locum tenens, at Gundagai, for Dr. Byrne. The latter, and Mrs. Byrne, motored away to Sydney yes terday^ and will be a month absent. ? * * Mr. A. Hogan, who went to Sydney last week end to see Mr. C. J. Fraser, says that gentleman is having a bad spin, but is full of hope, and sends news to his Gundagai friends that he will be home again at the 'end of January. * * ? J. B. J. Quinnell telegraph messen ger, Adelong, has qualified by exam ination, held on Noyj2rn]2££-,LQ -. h last, - «48P^^monon to higher position in the postal service. ? » » Mrs. Alf. Smith, who has resided at Kanoona for many years, (reports Bega 'Districts News') has gone to Tumut to be with her mother, Mrs. T. Myers, who is in a very low state of health. Mrs. Smith will make her home in Tumut. » * ♦ Mr. T. P. Williamson, aged 64, a leading garage proprietor, was found dead in bed on Friday at Yass. De ceased started business i...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

THE IDEPllDENT 'i — ? ? :o:— ? ? '^-MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1928.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPEAK ILL OF NO ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

HI* SPEAK ILL OF NO ONE. Visiting ' 1* ofuaoK Mission &ecbctauy: 'Oh no, dear lady. Our natives* gave.- up -eating ?; our viwawnaries many -gears ago.' . - j Lady ( dcUrmincd to bv agreeable ): I' Really' But I expccL they are uscfui in otliL. j ways.' ... I (By' permission of 'The Bulletin.')

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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BLESSED BE THE PEACEMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

BLESSED BE THE PEACEMAKER. The Victorian Premier is endeavour ing to bring about peace in the water front dispute. He will interview both parties with that end in view.

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

REMOVAL D. P. TURNER Has Removed HIS DENTAL CHAMBERS to/Rooms over Mr. R. Knpx's Chemist' Shop. NEW MILK RUN. R. O. SCOTT and R. TOZER, Dairy men, will commence A Milk VEND OR'S RUN on 1st December. Prompt and Early Deliveries guaranteed. Orders now being taken. Ring 134 or 1-98, Gundagai. NEW MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED TWICE DAILY. to RE6. 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 AND FANCY GOODS GOING AT COST PRICES ? ? * ? \ CLEAN UP FOR xm&s Vacuum ©leaner FOR HIRE 6s Per Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. H. W0RTHINGT0N. Ring 'Phone 20. - j THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE CHOCOLATES TOM. WEBBY 'THE LOLLY KING.' f Is Now Taking Orders for' XMAS BOXES OF CHOCOLATES— some thing that is classy and toothsome. Order Early and Secure a Present worth sending. ] Don't delay. Ring Phone 94, Gun dagai. - ?j ? — , — — ? — — — - DIRECTION: .. .. ? ? k. BOUNADER WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19. See the greatest naval Battle e...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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"I'VE TAKEN POISON." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

'I'VE TAKEN POISON.' When Conwell Kelly, 22, labourer, was found in his room at Glebe, last night, he was asked what had occurr ed, and replied. 'There's nothing wrong, but I've taken poison.' The man was removed to a hospital in a serious condition.

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

STRIBLEY'S THE Store of the Xmas Spirit i 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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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

T ailored Suits Supreme Quality PRICES THAT' DEFY : COMPETITION. _____ I EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS — SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP | FAULTLESS FABRICS. j . SERVICEABLE TWEED SUITS, fit and satis faction guaranteed, from £5. BLUE TWILL SUITS, Color Warranted Fast, from £5 1 2s 6d. POPULAR FANCY WORSTEDS, in Latest Colorings. The Smartest Suits in Town from £6 6s Place Your Order Here and SAVE MONEY WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. S. MAH0NBY, Gundaoai THE TALK OF THE DISTRICT nliir FIRE SALE Barqain Tables Marvellous Display of Bargains on Tables for 6d, Is, 2s, 3s, 5s. ALL ST©©itS in FSJgtWiTOgtE, IRONMON&EiSY, ©il@©iSESt¥ To Go Out Regardless of Cost. INSPECT BARGAIN TABLES' OF CROCKERY AND IRONMONGERY. EXAMPLES OF FURNITURE BARGAINS (not even soiled) : 3 .PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, COMPLETE. CLEARING AT £10/10/-, £14/14/-, £18/18/-. SOLID OAK DOUBLE BEDSTEADS, £3/5/-. SPRING MATTRESSES, CABLE EDGES, HIGH GRADE, DOUBLE BED SIZE, only 39/6, WHILE THEY LAST. w. FiLisnfiiirG Co. 9 THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUND...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. NEW COUNTRY PRESS HEAD. SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. NEAy COUNTRY PRESS HEAD. 5 SYDTMBY, Tt day. E. E. Summerlad, managing di rector of North Newspapers Ltd, and la. e ' president of the N.S.W. Country Press Co., has been appointed man ager of the Country Press Company, in succession to Hon. T. W. Shakes peare. Summerlad, who is one of the best-known country newspaper men in the State, will take up his new du ties early in February.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT Gundagai Convent School Concert, on Thursday night last, attracted an overflow audiencb to St. (Patrick's Hall, despite the oppressive heat in doors that evening. However, the hall was well ventilated, and the pro gramme was of such a bright and en tertaining nature that none regretted sifting it out. The stage decorations \vere elab orate and tasteful, the black cat motif fitting in appropriately with the con cluding cantata. The curtain rose on a hundred hap py children massed on the stage for the chorus, 'Our Homeland,' which they sang in a spirited manner. Misses K. and C. Sullivan and K. Luff gave a pianoforte trio, 'The Warblers,' wit-h distinct success; and were followed by the infant girls in a delightful action song, 'Little Soldier.' This item was beautifully staged, and the dainty maids 'played up' perfectly while .the 'captain of the Rocking Horse Brigade' canter 'ea- in the corner. The excit able girl in the Iron: row said the riglit word when she...

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ERNIE MAY GET NEW JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

ERNIE MAY GET NEW JOB. The name of Mr. Farrar, Minister for Labor and Industry is mentioned as a possible successor to the late Mr. Fred Flowers, as President of the Legislative Council. Should this oc cur the vacancy in the Ministry will have to be filled, and either Messrs Weaver or Jackson may possibly be selected.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLACKFELLOW SHOOTS WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

BLACKFELLOW SHOOTS WHITE. Message from Satches Creek states that Harry Henty, a well-known pas toralist, was shot dead by an abo riginal, who then took to the bush. The police are pursuing the alleged murderer.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

SPORTING. THE TURF. Binalong Race Club made a profit of £115 at their, last race meeting. * * ♦ The ex-Gundagai pony, Euphony, was sent out favorite for the second division of the Handicap (1 mile). at Kensington Pony Races on Saurday, but was beaten for first place by Prince Orient (8 to 1). * ? ? The Tumut Turf Club ^iave had good Boxing Day meetings in the past, but the prospects for a record meeting never looked brighter than they do .his year. Some horses have already arrived, and quite a number have booked boxes for next week. The meeting is looked on as the great holiday meeting of the South, people coming from all the surrounding dis tricts and spending the day on the racecourse near the river. The S.D.R.A. is going to erect a heaa^one on the grave of the late Mr. Jim Peica, who was the associat ion's first handicapper. He was bur ied at Rookwood.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNDAGAI LADY'S BAD LUCK. "WHIT" MURPHY INJURED Mining Man Killed. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

GUNDAGAI LADY'S BAD LUCK. 'WHIT' MURPHY INJURED Mining Man Killed. A motor-car owned and driven by Mrs. J. Keane, late of Mooney Moon ey, near Gundagai, got out of con trol near Oberon on Thursday night, and capsized, throwing: six occunants in all directions. Alex Reddall, 76, of Duckmaloi, received fatal injuries and died a couple of hours later. He was one of the best-known men in Australia and South Africa. Mrs. Keane and Mr. 'Whit' Mur phy, of Duckmaloi, received serious cuts and abrasions. Miss Goodwin escaped with severe shock. The car was badly damaged. Mrs. Keane was looked upon as an excellent driver. 'Whit' Murphy who was injured, lived with the Keanes, at Mooney Mooney for many yetrs. Miss Goodwin is also an ex district resident — she was with the Keanes for y ear*.

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FOUND HIMSELF JIM RYAN HAS A NIGHT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

FOUND HIMSELF JIM RYAN HAS A NIGHT OUT. Excitement was created when a message reached Cootamundra on Thursday night that Mr. Jim Ryan, of 'Munroe,' Jindalee — quite a fam iliar figure in town— he drives a green Hudson sedan — was missing. Constables vvmte ana doceiyii im mediately left for 'Munroe,' which is about 3 miles from town; & altog ether, about 25 others, from the neighborhood, and from town, joined in the search, which was continued through the night. It appears Mr. Ryan, on horseback, and -accompained by his dogs, left home at 10.30 yesterday morning, for his back paddocks, to look at his sheep; and when he had not turned up in the evening, Mrs. Ryan got busy on the 'phone. I ~ tome, with the earch resulted d pipe 'oving i. close to ihe a road. II lb *?!*). ( ng Lasts veut, irched. The j 6ft. .. .Grapul ? up fr ''^.Va li- near 8 o'clock / a man walk -cks, with his og. Gr. Smirl. i did not turn le missing Mr. horse fell. It d, whilst lying j eived a touch ? he lay ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSSIES BAD LUCK THE SECOND TEST [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

AUSSIES BAD LUCK THE SECOND TEST Ponsford had to retire in the first test — a broken hand. Kippax given out by a doubtful decision. These were the two sensations of the second test ma:ch. Scores up to 3 p.m. to-day:— AUSTRALIA. — First Innings. W. M. Woodful, l.b.w., b Geary 68 V. Y. Richardson, b Larwood . . 27 A. F. Kippax, b Geai'y ? 9 W. H. Ponsford, retired hurt . . 5 H. L. Hendry, b Geary ? 37 J. S. Ryder, l.b.w. b Geary : . . 25 O. Nothling, b Larwood ...... 8 C. V. Grimmett, run out . . . . -9 W. Blackie, b Geary .. . . . . ? 8 W. A. Oldfield, not out . . . . . . 41 H. Ironmonger, c Duckworth; b Larwood . . ...... .... 1 Sundries .... . . . . 15 ? Total ? 253 ENGLAND. First Innings. J. B. Hobbs, c Oldfield, b Grim mett ? ? 40 V. Sutcliffe, b Ironmonger .... 11 D. R. Jardine, run out ...... 28 Hammond, not out .. . . .. . . ,144 Heodren, out ? ? ? Chapman, not out ? 8 Totol ftilt JKieksta , . . . Q44

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WHAT'S ON THE ROAD? 100 CARS PASS A GIVEN POINT DAILY ONLY 30 HORSES GO BY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

WHAT'S ON THE ROAD? nut it miitiunt limit iiiucimiiiimitmiiiiimiHiiimmtiimiitt 100 CARS PASS A GIVEN POINT DAILY ONLY 30 HORSES GO BY. The Main Roads Board has been conducting a census of traffic on main roads, and Mr. Archibald McKinnon acted as their agent for a week from 3rd to 9th December at a point 2 miles north of Gundagai. The details are as follows: — j December 3rd: 10 motor cycles, 77 motor vehicles, 9 motor lorries, 1 sulky, 11 horses, 50 cattle. 4th: 6 motor bikes, 95 motor cars, 15 motor lorries, 14 sulkies, 1 van, 5 horses. 5th: 7 motor bikes, 77 motor cars, 21 motor lorries, 6 sulkies, 3 vans, 6 horses. 6th: 3 motor bikes, 94 motor cars, 12 motor lorries, 9 sulkies, 1 van, 4 carts. 7th: 7 motor bikes, 98 motor cars, 1 motor van, 19 motor lorries, 4 sulkies, 2 vans, 3 horses. 8th: 8 motor bikes, 123 motor cars, 10 motor lorries, 22 sulkies, 3 horses. 9th: 15 motor bikes, 139 motor cars, 8 motor lorries, 15 sulkies, 7 horses. The figures each day were taken between 6 a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

CRICKET. Cricket fans at Coolac were disap- . pointed yesterday when ;he propos ed match agiinst Cootamundra did n:t eventuate. GUNDAGAI v. TUMBLONG Gundagai, yesterday in Anzac Park, played the second round of the com petion t gainst Tumblong. It was a real 'day out' for the home team, and they ran out easy victors, winn ing by an innings and 58 runs. For Gund: gai A. ('Kelly') Hogan, a. yourig colt, ran to 40 in quick time. II!s innings was one of the best seen in Anzac Park for some time. Every stroke was clean and crisp. Vince Carberry was unlucky to be run out. His two dozen runs were got by cor rec. cricket. J. Boyton, E. Bounad er and L. Cork played forceful crick et, and their runs came quickly. M. Egan also shaped well with the bat. The bowling honors of the Gundagai team went to P. Sullivan, who took 7 for 21, securing the hat trick. Gun dagai's fielding in places was very poor. Many easy catches were drop ed, and the ground fielding at times was very patchy. All the Tumbl...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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With the Schools CONVENT BREAK-UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

With the Schools ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? .?ttiMMiiiiiiiiiMiuiimiiiiMimiiitmiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiitinittiiii CONVENT BREAK-UP. On Thursday morning last, prior to breaking-up for the Christmas vacation, the annuai distribution of prizes took place at Gundagai Con vent School. R.ev. Father Treacy handed out the following prizes: — THIRD CLASS First in class, Nell Ryan; 2nd, Mary Carberry. Neatness in written work, Kath Holm. Earnestness, Betty Ryan. FOURTH CLASS First in class, Lance Holm, 2nd Edie Fox. Neatness in written work, Vera Carberry. Earnestness, Ethel ' Barton. In the Senior classes all those suc cessful in the Diocesan written exam, receive a certificate, the three high est in each class were awarded prizes. FIFTH CLASS Andrew Geaghan, Jack Bourke, Marjorie Barton, Doris Mahoney, Jack Cripps, Miilus Carberry, Peggy Ryan, Kevin Heydon, Mary Reardon. Neatest Exercise, Doris Mahoney. Diligence, Mary Reardon. ~ UPPER SIXTH CLASS Joan Barton, Pat Perry, Barney ! Carberry, Bernie M...

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Sowing the Good Seed. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 December 1928

Sowing the Good Seed. AS A RESULT OF THE PRELIMINARY MEETINGS OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE A BETTER FEEL ING HAS ALREADY BEEN ESTABLISHED, AND BOTH EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES LOOK TO A GOOD HARVEST..

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