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LOWER STOCK MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

LOWER STOCK MARKETS Heavy supplies caused an easing in values at the Homebush stock auctions on Monday. Sheep and lambs were 1/ to 2/- cheaper. Prime light-weight cattle realised recent figures, but all other classes weak ened in value. Winchcombe, Carson T +V.O+ tn + nlVnrl 39,000 sheep and lambs and 3900 cattle. On the hoof at the yards mutton made 3d to Sh per lb., hog gets and lambs 4 Jd to 5 id, suckers 6Jd to 73, good to prime beef 33/- to 40/- pr 100 lbs., good to prime year ling beef 42/- to- 48/-. The above firm's sales included 311 wethers from E. E. Salter, Wellington to 37/6, averaging 37/-, topping the market; 186 wethers to 35/4, averag ing 34/6; 37 steers to £13/1/- aver aging £12/2/5, and 28 vealers to £13/6/-, averaging £9/15/-. A week's notice is still needed; to secure trucks for the conveyance of stock to the yards. * * * ! As a result of the rapid decline in the volume of the Murray and Mur rumbidgee Rivers, the steamer traffic has been abruptly interrupted', if...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT THE MILLIONS CLUB AN HISTORICAL GATHERING SYDNEY'S LEADING MEN DO HONOR TO THE CARDINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

AT THE MILLIONS CLUB AN HISTORICAL GATHERING SYDNEY'S LEADING MEN DO HONOR . TO THE CARDINAL The wonders of the times we are living, in '-will 'never cease. On Tues day Cardinal Cerretti was the guest of honor at the Millions Club, a luncheon being tendered him. It was an historical gathering, for nev er has Australia seen such a wonder ,v,QT, of niirrVif lio termed a., semi-religious gathering. Attorney-General Boyce represented the Government, and there was a gathering of all leading commercial men. Sir Thomas Henley was there, as also was Sir Albert Gould. When the Cardinal arrived, accompanied by the Papal Legate, Chamberlains, Count de Nimbola and Count Hearn, the gathering stood- up and cheered him. The luncheon ro'om was festoon ed v.it'h the Papal colors, and a big Union Jack and the flag of Italy graced the walls. The Cardinal delivered a delightful after-luncheon speech, after he had a few pulls at a big cigar. He said he believed Australia would, one day, become the marve...

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

||]aT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY, j 1 THE SHEEP MARKET. ?' in iii Sheep at noon to-day were ;? 1/- to 2/- better. ||j | CATTLE VALUES. | ?: Values for prime cattle were j| J|| firmer. ;? llj MAIZE VALUES. j II' The price of maize in Sydney ?? 3/8 to 4/- per bushel j|

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PICTURESQUE FIGURE PILGRIMS IN MAORI DRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

PICTURESQUE FIGURE PILGRIMS IN MAORI DRESS Among the hundrds of picturesque figures added this week to Sydney's population for Congress time is Chief Mita Taupoki. On Tuesday his appcartncc caused everyone to gaze on him in wonder. Picture to yourself a splendidly built man, witli a figure as straight as a gun-barrel, dressed in what appears to 'be a sheep skin, with a war-medal pinned to his chest, and a cap that was topped by feathers. Mita is said to be 82 years old, and is . one of the four Maori chiefs repre senting- their race at the Congress. Mita was the man who welcomed the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York to Zew Zealand, and- he W£s honored by Queen Victoria for hav ing fought with the British troops in the Maori war. «* Portion of the Huge Congregation in St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday for the Official Opening. The High Altar ; Cardinal Cerretti, the Papal Legate, is shown on his throne in the centre of the photograph

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

The first pair oft beavers to arrive in Maoriland from U.S.A. — they were landed ex' few months back — has al ready added- to beaver population there. Two young ones were born to them at the Auckland Zoo last month.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

1' REMEMBER THAT 1 I f JOHN MASS) II ¥81E @&,IIIST | WHISKY IN THE W0RL9 WHY SO MANY PEOPLE COME TO US FOR GROCERIES THE REASON IS— Because THEY KNOW that Everything PURCHASED HFRF. IS ? RELIABLE SATISFIED CUSTOMERS have made our Business. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? IF NOT— WHY NOT GIVE US A TRIAL? ISBBtfi BROS. f\LEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC. THE BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, WOO L eRUTCHINGS. _,jj^lgj2jgjgl^lgj3{gjgjgjglgjgjgigjg(gfgjgjgigjglgigjgig[? We have dircct outlet for unlimited quantity crutchinys. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, iiides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co., Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101 h. ? ? ? ? ? ? — Ik Be Particular $ ^ About ^ouj | u j milk, meat, ^ Do you exercise tke same care in selecting you...

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My Lady's Corner GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS RECIPES, ETC. Special "Independent" Pattern Service SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

eMy Lady's Corner \ GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS PRECIPES, ETC. I Special ' Independent' Pattern Service i - (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE') SOCIAL GOSSIP Miss Lou. McGuire, of Gundagai telephone office, has gone to the city for a few days. The magnet — Eucharistic Congress. * ? * * Miss Sadie Heffernan, of Junee, is in Germany. Among her .experi ences was a flight from Germany to England in one of the regular air service machines. * * * As I forecasted in my last notes the F. and S. Ball was a really jolly good old time dance — no fi'ills or starchiness — all were out for a night's fun and had it. Of course, when that energetic young man (Mr. Pyemont) put his name as sec. to the movement, everyone entered into it too as they all remembered last year and they would not miss. * * * Miss Cecily Mockett, one-time of Cootamundra and lately on staff of Commercial Bank, Cooma, has re ceived word of her removal to head office, Sydney, and was entertained prior to her departure by the staff of the ...

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CHURCH CHATTER HOME MISSION FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

CHURCH CHATTER iimiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiititHi HOME MISSION FESTIVAL, Next week the work of ? final pre paration commences. Much 'ias been done already but much remains to be done. On Wednesday.. September 12th there will be a celebration of Holy. .Communion, at 7.30 a.m. in S. John's Church. Thereafter and throughout the whole Festival chere will be three sei'viceg daily in S. John's, Mattins at 7.30 a.m., chil dren's service at 9 a.m. and evensong at 7.30. There will also be a chil dren's service daily at 9 a.m. at S. James' Church, South Gundagai. On Wednesday 12th at 8 p.m. there will be held a meeting for young people (young people for the purpose of this meeting have been defined as any thing from 12 to 19). On Thurs day, September 13 th and for the next two or three evenings the Registrar is asking for all Anglican typists and clerks to assemble at the rec tory at 8 p.m. and despatch the Fes tival literature and to arrange a roster for the dischar...

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

. : V $ To Firm Tender Gums WIDESPkE \D tiecaal discoveries in the car;-, of t.-' th and gums have recently bi.cn 'nek. Tooth :in-Lu- um troubles were found to come from a film coat that forms absorbs food dis colouraft^fT and breeds bacteria. Run J'osr tongue across j'our teeth and you'll' feel a slippery coating. ». That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't succes=f-j!ly combat it. That's why your teeth now remain 'off colour' regardless of what you do. Nov/, in a new-type dentifrice called Pcpsodent, those conditions have been met — you can clear that film off. Teeth whiten amazingly.. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed. HARK g Sold evcrvzvhere in tivo sises. 2012 (MaMnaaMBMWWWBaMIMBBWBiMMBWMPBi' £10 REWARD. v 4 ? £10 REWARD will be paid to any person giving information which isads to the conviction of the person or persons MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING my Fences, Gates or Locks. W. S. BOOTES, Bansrus. Tiimblontr. CAUTION ALL PERSONS found Hunting or Trespassing on COOBA ...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

ON THE LAND Rabbit skins, on the average were Id to 2d cheaper in Sydney to-day. Winters sold to 113d, pelty to 94d, and racks 50d to 52d, so Winch combe Carson wire us. An instance of the wonderfu1 vitality of a sheep has been brought under our notice. A valuable stud ram, owner by Mr. H. McClung; of 'Hawthorn,' Murrumbateman, re cently became ill. It was unable to stand! up for a period of twelve days, and could not eat any food. It then commenced to drink a little milk and after a further period of eight days it recovered its strength, and has since then been shorn. ? ? *

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

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MEMORIAL MONUMENT FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

MEMORIAL MONUMENT FUND At a meeting of the Gundagai branch of the Country Women's As sociation, Tuesday afternoon, Mr. V. Lawrence and Mr. Hunnings inter viewed the ladies with a view to obtaining their assistance in raisng money 'for the Soldiers' Memorial Fund. After some discussion the ladies decided to hold a ball early in October; and a suggestion was made that a street carnival be held on 10th November, when it is intended to un veil the Monument. A sum of-about £400 is needed to complete the work,

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

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SIZE OF THE CLIP AN EXAGGERATED ESTIMATE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

SIZE OF THE CLIP AN EXAGGERATED ESTIMATE Winchecombe, Carson Ltd. report: The latest figures show that Austra lian, sheep flocks total 98,000,000. When the Commonwealth grew its record clip of 2,712,438 bales the flocks reached a total of, 106,000,000 head. Much comment appeared abroad regarding an unofficial esti mate made that the current ? clip would total 3,000,000 bales. An esti mate of that nature is likely to have a checking influence on demand for the staple. It is obviously incorrect. The winter season in Australia this year did not generally provide the succulent, nourishing stock feed en joyed in 1926. The sheep are cutting a weightier fleece than a year pre viously but not the bulky heavy fleece shorn two years ago and there are 8,000 less of them to shear when their number was at its peak. Taking all these factors into consid eration the quantity of wool which will be grown this season we consid er will not equal 1926-27 figures. It is extremely difficult to arrive at t...

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CONGRESS VISITOR DIES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

CONGRESS VISITOR DIES I - Monsignor Bourke, one of the Congress visitors died at Lewisham Private Hospital, Monday night. He was taken suddenly ill on Sunday evening* at dinner and taken imme diately to Lewisham. Archbishop Kelly and Bishop Shiels were pre sent when he died. For the past 20 years he was Parish Priest at Towns ville, and vicar-general for the Rock hampton diocese and was only 54 years of age.

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"WHISKERY PETE" RECOGNISED THE DETECTIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

'WHISKERY PETE' iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimtiiiiiiiimtiiiitiiiiisiitiitJMmuiii RECOGNISED THE DETECTIVES After a battle of wits for eight months with the police, 'Whiskery Pete' Horsepool, one of the cleverest thieves to operate in Sydney, has been sent to gaol for a year. | Pete, cunning- and calculating-,1 has served sentences in the Isle of Man and in England, for safe-blowing and stealing. He is an old- man, with a long white beard. Months ago he came under sus picion. His special line was thieving from unattended cars parked in the streets, but although cunning traps were set for him, he invariably man aged to escape. At the beginning of the campaign against 'Pete,' a detective folloAV ed him, simulating a limp to avert recognition. But 'Pete' penetrated the disguise. The day he was caught the detec tive, with a companion, sat on the | kerb, eating fish and chips, and pre tending to be drunk. But old 'Fete' knew, so in desperation they de cided to arrest him on suspicion. It...

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ADELONG POLICE COURT (Before Mr. Harrison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

ADELONG POLICE COURT (Before Mr. Harrison, P.M.) At Adelong Police Court on Wed nesday the case of Hassett v. Dick son, on an assault charge, was ad jourhed till next Court. A prohibition order against Les lie Cole was granted for 12 months »?: ♦ * Commonwealth v. Alley, on ' a charge re unstamped receipts, was withdrawn. A small debts case .(Geo. Bow v. F: Vincent and Beck) was settled on defendants paying £3 into Court. Lawson v. O'Keefe was settled out of Court; and Hoskins v. Gard was adjourned. Hindu Singh v. Curtis, claiming £10 for trespass and damage to' a gate, was awarded a verdict for 10/.

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TWO NEW AIRSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

TWO NEW AIRSHIPS iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii, I | Two non-rigid airships of the TC i type are under construction for the United States Army Air Corps in the aeronautical department of the Goodyear Tyre Company at Akron, Ohio. These ships will use newly de signed control surfaces evolved by Goodyear engineers. The two airships will have a ca pacity of 200,000 cubic feet and j will be used for training the flying l personnel at the army lighterthan j air stations. They will have an over all length of 1925 feet, a diameter j of 45 feet and will be powered by j two Wright motors. Their maximum speed will be 60 miles per hour and the cruising speed is estimated at 45 miles an hour. At maximum speed the ships will have a range of 858 miles and at cruising speed, their flying will be 1,373 miles, when travelling- fully manned and equipped. During the last 12 years Goodyear ,has built more than 100 airships of this size for use of. the U.S.A. Army and...

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TUMUT POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

TUMUT POLICE COURT ! At Tumut Police Court, on Tues day last, Stephen Arantz, Douglas Fuller, and Thomas Sherrin, were each fined 10/-, and 5/6 costs, for breaches of the Motor Traffic Act. j Alfred Piper and Chas. McDon nell; of Bombowlee, appeared in ! cross-summons cases regarding alleg ' edly insulting words. Both cases were I dismissed. \ I J. Hargreaves, of East Blowering, ' I for failing to destroy .rabbits, was i fined £3, with 5/6 costs of Court, 1 I and £1/1/ professional costs. j I i

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

»*OUR -SERIAL STORY-*** The F atal Bondage CHAPTER VI. (Continued) And to add to her callousness-— the enormity of the offence — he was suf- j fering as a result of her wrong do ings — not through any silf of his own. 1 Adeline's manner; changed all at once. She ha;'r determined on her' course of action, and must- be quick to carry . it out. Her -willpower had always Deen stronger inan vjuy s. one must not lose grip of him now; she had too much at stake. . She poured out some brandy into a j tumbler, and, almost forcing him. in to c.i chair near the fire, made him drink it. It was evident that he was j .too ..weak from exposure and Want j of food' to resist her intention, and then, as the powerful stimulant coursed, through Ijis veins; and the heat of the ljlaziijg fire penetrated' beneath his saturated garments -to his numbed1 and' chilled . limbs, ?, the reaction proved 'to much, and he laid his head aginst -Adeline's, arm and cried like a child. ? :o: ? Selfish, heartless: to the...

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