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LATEST CITY NEWS. INQUISITORIAL LAW. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. INQUISITORIAL LAW. ] SYDNEY, To-day. Mr. F. Chilton, addressing the fruit merchants' sectional committee of the Sydney Chamber of Com merce described the Farm Produce Agent Adt as a piece of inquisitorial legislation, which was causing those engaged in fruit trade serious con cern.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

' |^i ii ? a ' ? mm ? 1 ? [ — 11 ?' ???' ? —»™ ? ? ? 'W STETSON HATS JNTJES^iSr SPRING SrsrSTZJESS NEVER HAVE WE SEEN „ SUCH DARING COLORINGS , AS STETSON IS OFFERING , THIS SEASON . BRIGHT BUOYANT SHADES LIKE THE DAWN OF DAY IN AUGUST ARE BEING WORN BY YOUNG MEN A EVERYWHERE— , AND STETSON HAS DESIGNED STYLES : THAT YOUNG MEN LIKE ! IF YOU HAVE SNAPPY, YOUTHFUL IDEAS HERE ARE THE HATS THAT WILL SUIT YOU. 1 ? ' W.C. ffllprf ulnluLLij^,. ; MERCHANT, A AA.-A, ' .... 7*' - Ay : A'-A- _ Gundagai V -

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE TURF The ex- South Gundagai horse, Valgalia, won a race at the Dubbo meeting last week. A -Wagga syndicate in which a hote'l!keeper,*a barman and one of the maids Hold an interest, recently drew first prize in a big racing sweep. * So satisfied were Tumut Turf Club members with last years' committee that they re-elected it, after a ballot, the polling, being-': — T. E. Wil kinson, A. W. Lynch and W. Foley 78, Guy Wilkinson 77, J. Elliott and | R. M. Thompson; 76, F. L. Baker, T. Sullivan, T. J. O'Brien an'd' H. R. Weeden 75, M. S. Downing- 73, Thos. Baker 70 (elected). A. N. Wilkinson 30. » ? ' ? ' » ?Mr. C. A. Vaughan, of Cootamun dra, failed to secure election to the A.J.C. Committee — the city 'pull' was too strong. The new member elected, was Sir James Murdock. The new committeeman races a; few 'gees'-. — Dion, winner pf last New castle Cup is one of his horses. ' - * * . «...? Tumut Turf Club is still in a good financial position. At the annual ?meeting, the balance sheet p...

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BOXING STARS MAKE FORTUNES BY INVESTMENT OF RING EARNINGS OLD-TIMERS SPENT PURSE IMMEDIATELY PROMOTER HANDED IT OVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

BOXING STARS I ' MAKE FORTUNES BY- INVEST MENT OF RING EARNINGS OLD-TIMERS SPENT PURSE IM MEDIATELY PROMOTER HANDED IT OVER. While the majority of old-time boxers spent their purses immediate ly fight promoters paid over, quite a number of the present-day boxing stars have made fortunes as a result of shrewd investments of their ring earnings. Former worms cnampiun, Dempsey, who was the most prolific ring-earner of all time, is an Ameri can millionaires. Gene Tunney has earned over a million in purses, and has invested in gilt-edged securities an;ds real estate. Many former Australian boxere are in 'easy street.' Bill' Lang is a particularly 1 wealthy man, while Harry Collins, Sid Godfrey, Fred.' Kay, Bert Spargo, and Hughie Dwyer have turned over their earnings with the best possible results. Australian boxer's, however, do not have the opportunity of Ameri can leather-pushers to enter the Millionaire class. Jess Willard, former heavyweight champion, has just macJ.e two sales Df Ho...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

WISEMAN'S FERRY (By K.B.) Sunday's glorious summer weather j provided the opportunity for a long ! postponed motor trip to Wiseman's Ferry, the . crossing on the Hawkes bury River, on the 'main road to i Npwcastl'p. N.S.W. The route from Sydney to the Ferry lies through the western suburbs of Sydney to Parramatta, thence to the : turn-off from Windsor : Town, and for 25 miles along the Wiseman's Ferry Road, one of the prettiest motor runs within easy reach of the metropolis. All the woi'kl and his wfe were abroad on Sunday, the brilliant sun shine tempting' even the owners of wheezy rattletraps, as well as those of the more favored by fortune, who, defy the dust an'd heat in 'veritable palaces on wheels'.' But everyone appreciated the 'death of winter,' and even if the strain of driving was a little more arduous than usual, it is worth it to slip the environs of the city for a day outdoors. Pubberies along the route did a roaring tradje, some one said the 'roaring' part of it was th...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

LOST. In Gundagai yesterday, GOLD SLEEVE LINK. Rewai-d. THIS OFFICE. THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. j Tuesday (to-morrow) : 7.30 p.m., S. Paul's, Nangus. . j Thursday: 7.30 plm.., G.F.S. -fr ;.j Friday: 7.30 p.m., S. Jude's, Coolac. Sun .Jay: 8 a.m., S. JTphn's,*tO'unda^ gai, H.C.; 10.30, Chidren's Service; and Corporate Communion G.F.S. ; 7.30, Evensong; 3 . p.m., .Christ Church, Jugiong. . s ? Rev. S. G. Davis.

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

TOWN TOPICS Dance, St. John's Hall, Gundagai, September 28th, in aid of St. John's Sunday School! Funds.* » * j ? * On Referendum Day a Street Stall, m aid of St. Patrick's School Hall fund, will be managed by the Chil 'dren of Mai*y. a ? » Next Gundagai Sessions and Dis trict Court will be hel'd at Gundagai on 7th September. There are not likely to be any criminal' cases, but two civil causes are likely to be set down for hearing. ? ? * In the bankrupt estate of Albert James Ratliff, of Gundagai, carrier, a second account and plan of distri bution, showing payment of a second dividend of one shilling and one penny in the £ on all proved con current Claims, has been declared. * * * The following mining leases, held by John O'Keefe, have been granted William John O'Dwyei', who com plained of O'Keefe's non-fulfilment of conditions: — No. 2,898, ? portion GL 8, county Buccleuch, parish Wy angle, 5 acres, applicaton No. Tumut 76 (local 147) No. 3,000, portion, GL 10, county Buccleuch, p...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

TENNIS The Gundagai tennis club are conducting a ladies singles handicap. Some of the results in the first round: Mrs. Shew (owe 303) beat Miss McLeod .(owe' 155), 8-4;''Miss- Carr (owe) 15?. beat Miss Thornton (owe i), 8-2; Miss Wade, scr., beat Miss Blake (on 15, 8-2).

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE WORLD OF SPORT FOOTBALL TUMUT EASILY WAGGA BEATEN IN O'FARRELL CUP MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

THE WORLD OF SPORT FOOTBALL TUMUT EASILY WAGGA BEATEN IN O'FARRELL CUP MATCH Yesterday Wagga jourriied to Tum ut in quest of the O'Farrell Cup. The day. was dull, and rain clouds hung on all the surrounding hills. Nevertheless ma'ny peopl'e witnessed the two teams in action, over £50 being taken at the gate. It was close on 3.30., when both teams took up their respective positions. Mr. Fry, of Sydney, 'blew the whistle,' and gave general1 satisfac tion. Wagga won the toss and Marsh kicked off from the river end. Tu mut were almost immediately award ed a free, but Gilbert's kick failed; Play centered at half way. A suc cession of free kicks followed. Keyes tackled Tur|k at half-way. Even play followed, when Gilbert 'toed' through; picking up he sent the ball to Riley, to Marsh, who scored be tween the posts. It was a goou try. Gilbert added the extras (Tumut 5, Wagga nil). Both teams were play ing, good hard football. Fromholtz attempted to goal , from a free, near half way, but his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

Don't fume and fret when the weather is west, But wisely endure the weather you get, For whether it's cold or whether it's hot, You have to weather it whether or not. Don't grieve and scold; for a cough or a cold, Or daily in doubt while symptoms unfold. Be prompt with relief and you'll ease assure When talcing Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure. ?

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WHICH SQUARE? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

WHICH SQUARE ? In which square are you going put your X on 1st September? You have to vote on that wate, or a penal ty of £2 will be imposed. The question is the biggest you have ever been asked to decide, and the dicision given on beptemuer 1st, will nave a far-reaching effect. The folly of men who believe they can stamp out a craving for alcohol in mankind i» on I a par with that of those who talk of blue ruin coming on the State if Prohibition is carried. The whole question' boils itself down to one of — Can we stop barley and hops from growing, and ctin Ave v.'ipc out the appetites of 'mankind? The history of the world tells us we would be foolish to attempt such an impossible task. But what we can -do it to re strain the alcoholic craving and- safe guard the liquor traffic, so as to mcke for a soberer and better nation. We cannot wipe out stealing, or adultery, or murder, but we can F.tid do put a brake on these things. Mankind is frail, and a percentage of it, always liable to...

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"SWINGS FOR POLICE" [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

'SWINGS FOR POLICE' Mr. Jack Robinson of 'Sedbury7' Gundagai, secuv^d the services - of a 21-year old immigrant, named Harry Joseph Chamberlain a few weeks ago, as a farm hand. Last Thurs day he sent him to Gundagai to make a few purchases andi handed him a £22/10/- cheque, to pay for the goods and bring back the change. But 'Joe Chamberlain' did not re turn, and Mr. Robinson got into touch with the police. Constable Farrington got busy, and traced Chamberlain's movements, running him to earth at Mt. Horeb railway station. When the police officer aske:' the levanting one to come back to Gundagai he 'swung one' at the officer, who side-stepped the punch, and then Chamberlain was arrested. When the motor car in which the police and their 'bird' were caged, started on the run to Gundagai, Chamberlain tried to jump out, but Constable Koch grabbed him by the leg. Chamberlain denied having Mr. Robinson's money, but on sight of the handcuffs and a threat to search him he gave in, and told ...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE tiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmitiitiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii A three-year old child, George Bow ditch, has been admitted to the Hos pital, suffering from pneumonia. m ? ? ? Bongongolong's oldest resident, Mrs. Plowes, is in a critical condi tion. ' m ? Mrs. D. aiui Miss Eileen Ryan, of 'Winifred Villa,' Gundagai. return ed home to-day, a2ter a six months' holidE.y in Sydney. M * ? The condition of' Mrs. M. McMah on, of 'Gengariff,' Coolac, is still very critical', and' her life is hanging by a thread. Mr. Evan Hayes, one of the men lost on Kosciusko, is a cousin of Glen Evans, secretary of Cootamun dra Rugby Football Club. * * * i Mrs. Jack Wilkinson, of Tumut, is in a critical state of health in the city. Her husband was called down yesterday. * o ? Ex-Constable Gunther, formerly of Gundagai, is now proprietor of a greengrocery business at Ballarat, (Vic). ' . ^ Mr. Col- Sewell is being pressed to run as a candidate for the forth coming Shire elections, in the Rid ing...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

POLITICAL PIPS 'Digger' Dunn, Arthur Rae and J. B. Dooley have been chosen as the Senate Labor candidates. * * * The Country Party Conference re jected e. resolution from Tumut branch urging that the railways and tramways should be sold. i ? ft ? At the recent F. and S. Conference in: Sydney, Mr. Pyemont (Gundagai) moved that it be the objective of the Farmers an'd' Settlers' Association to effect an amalgamation of- all pro ducers' organisations, and this was accepted as the main question, but was defeated when put to the vote. * * * The Labor Party should thank Heaven it has not to carry Donald Grant on the Senate election. But it was close — Grant missed selection by only 42 votes. ? ? m ? The Country Party Conference last week carried this motion: — 'That the making of alliances with the Nation alist Party, either for election pur poses or for government control, pre vents a true expression of electoral opinion and is prejudicial to the ex pansion and progress of the Country Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

IB9HHIIHBHIBBIHBB1B1BEIIIIIBBBI1II1IIII ? [ DRAWING NEARER: | ANGLICAN HOME MISSION FESTIVAL, ? GUNDAGAI PARISH ? J Have you obtained a copy of the programme ? ? Have your children seen the plan of the young S people's party? ? WITNESS - WORSHIP - WORK. I n ? ? ? ? n. — . . ? ' WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22. If you desire good wholesome entertainment, all you've got to do is, come and see the greatest actor of them all, LON CH ANEY the screen s most gifted character actor in ? 'MOCKERY' . A remarkable story of adventure, peril and roma'nee, in the days of the Russian Revolution. Truly a picture worth while and one that ranks among the biggest pictures. It'sChaney's at his best. Additional Feature — Fay Compton (Englands Mary Pickford) in — 'LONDON LOVE' An all British picture that will sure to please all. 2 reel Comedy with Max Davidson in — ' WHAT EVERY ICEMAN KNOWS' Prize Ring Event— ' FIND THE WOMAN ' SATURDAY, AUG. 25. — Milton in 'FRAMED' also Alberta Vaughan in 'COLLEGIATE.' WEDNESDAY, A...

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CHURCH CHATTER THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

CHURCH CHATTER THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS I Cardinal Cerretti will broadcast a message on August 30, the night of his arrival in Sydney. To thousands of persons, near and far, who will not be enabled to attend the Euchar istic proceedings, radio will bring to them the most important parts of the Congress. The Papal Legate will deliver his message from the home of Mrs. F. B. Freehill, Point Piper, and his words will be broadcast also by the Interstate and New Zeaand sta tions. N ? *. M | The Congress proceedina-s wh:ch, I will be heard over the air include the Pontifical High Mass from St. Mary's Cathedral, the Blessing and Opening of the Cathedral by Cardinal Cerretti, opening Mass of the Congress, men's night, chiaren's Mass, women's Mass, and the description of the proce-ssicn and solemn benediction at Manly. * * » GUNDAGAI HOME MISSION FESTIVAL The 'Gundagai Times' has now printed the programme for the Fes tival and a special slip of the . chil dren's part. The 'Independent' has pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

W. Fleming & Co., THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiifmiiiittimiiiniimiiifmmtimmttmmmiimimimtmmmmmmittttttmntttii Just a few AFTER SALE SPECIALS in the Furniture Department: — BedroomSuite, all Oak throughout, Comprising Oak Wardrobe, large oval Plate Glass Mirror. Oak Dressing Table to match, with oval Mirror, Oak Pedestal. Price for this week only: £12 19s 9-fl Our Values are always The Best in all Departments. Our Groceries are always Freshest, and only Best Brands stocked. You Save Money and get Better Satisfaction all the year round at THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. 1ST. FILiEMING Ac CO,9 'Phone 18. * I 1 M t AST ! Ill . « Jj Gundagai has the service of a compe- |||| x tent Mechanic. Ill mi ? ? s ? a j] Send your Car troubles to * ^ i BUTCHER'S GARAGE, I X f! I SOUTH GUNDAGAI. ' K e ? . ? j!11 i Agent for CHRYSLER CARS, the j| | World Morris Cars and Trucks. | II Petrol, Oils and all Accessories. ??? 1 SOUTH GUNDAGAI GARAGE. 1 jLx.X-X-X.X.X-X.X-X.X-xJ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

a GLORIOUS DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL SPRING MILLINERY IS TO BE SEEN AT V A Al : wm AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME IN AND INSPECT I ALL the Advance Styles | v ?-: II in Women's and Childrens' ? | Hats, Flowers, etc., are on | | View, Direct from the Lead- | . r, ing Centres of Fashion in - III III1 x France, London and Aus- I ? ?1 tralia. f ''t' ii ''v.: ?i|| YOU will be interested we 1 ? -w-'7 ! | are sure to see these models J! Ill and we shall regard it as a II ' ' - - . ' I privilege to submit them to || I you for inspection. |jj|. ' 'i ... ; S' ; . | SEE the Window Display bn ||j ^ .'v. I Saturday Next, : 25th inst ^ : !N. Ryan THE PEOPLE S DRAPER Sheridan Street, - GUNDAGAI. :

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 August 1928

ON THE LAND Eggs are now being retailed in Gundagai at 1/6 per dozen. ? . . ? 'It's gettin' dry, bedad — so it is!' Certainly there's a fine thick carpet of grass everywhere, but 'tis as short, as a Sabbath day growth of whis kers. ? ? ? ? » A goo.', sheep sale effected l*ast week by a Cootamundra agent was of 3 000 full-woolled sheep, ait £2/2/-, from 'The Retreat' station, Bethun gra, to a Cowra buyer. » » ? Awfully close to big rain yester day. All clay Jupiter stood over us, swinging his watering can in a threatening manner, but letting only two points loose. * * :? * ' A local sheepman, when he mus tered a 140-acre paddock, in which he had a mob of sheep running, found 84 missing. As the paddock is nette'i, ^ 4e L-/sv»f Via VijiS come to the conclusion that his sheep are wonderful jumpers — or that a gang of slick 'lifters' is at work. W. E. Kyle & Co.'s sale of Mr. H. J. Francis' livestock, machinery, furniture, etc., on his Tarrabandra jarm, will tf.'ke place on Thurs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

Important Clearing Sale BY AUCTION LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY PLANT, , FURNITURE AND EFFECTS IV. E. KYLE & CO. have received instructions from .MR. H. J. FRANCIS (who has sold his property) to sell by Public Auction at his farm at TARRABANDRA, on THURSDAY, 30th AUGUST; 1928 at 1 p.m. sharp - ?' The whole of his Livestock, Machin ery, Plant, Furniture a.nd effects, comprising: — LIVESTOCK— 12 Draft Wjtes and Geldings, 6 years to 150 Mixed Ewes mixed ages, with lambs at foot. 4 Corriedale REims. 2 Sows and Litters. 1 Barrow, Pig. MACHINERY— 2 3-Furrow Sunshine Disc Plows, 2 Sets 4-Leaf Har rows and Bars, Swingle Bars, M.H. Cultivator and' Dropper (com bined), 2 Single Maize Droppers, 1 Massey Disc Cultivator, Hay Rake, Seed Drill, Lucerne, Reno vator, M.H. Cultivator. PLANT — Bellows, Anvil, Tools, Mat tocks and Farming Tools,l 6-Ton Box Waggon, 1 6-Ton Platform Waggon, 1 Spring- Cart, 2 Drays. 2 Sulkies, Windmill, 50 feet Troughing and Stands, Quantity of Galvanised Iron, Poles, Sl...

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