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SHOCKING FATALITY TUMUT GIRL'S SUDDEN DEMISE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

SHOCKING FATALITY TUMUT GIRL'S SUDDEN DEMISE A shockingly sudden fatality occur red at Tumut this morning when Miss Vera Weeden, aged 22 years, met her death in a most peculiar manner. The deceived, who was the second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weeden, of Tumut, went to the kitchen this morning to prepare the meal for the breakfast porridge, and when she opened the meal tin she found a lolly on the top, which she at once put in her mouth. Almost immediately she told her mother that the lolly was bitter,, and she removed it from her mouth. Within a few minutes, however, the. unfortunate girl took a fit, and med ical aid was quickly sought.. The pat ient rallied for a while, and said to the Doctor she would get up, feeling better, but shortly after, while he was still there she took another fit | and died. The Doctor said he had ; no doubt that it was strychinne poisoning, but how it got on the lolly is the question. The deceased young lady was well and popularly known, an...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PILGRIMS' TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

PILGRIMS' TRAINS - - ' I On Tuesday, the first series of what are known as 'Pilgrims' Trains' ar rived in Sydney and poured out thousands of people to swell the al ready crowded city. One train from Adelaide had 800 'pilgrims abroad, j and they had been travelling from i Sunday till Tuesday morning. , There were no sleepers . on the- train, and the passengers; had only one break— an hour in Melbourne. When they 'got to Sydney they .were very tired and admitted the journey had been a trying one. . On Tuesday another big American contingent arrived, including ; four j bishops and 23 priests. The clergy i from America : are a1 fine lot — very ] like Australians in almost every re- I spect. Their language is mostly free i from Yankee twang, but occasionally. ! they; pronounce words that tell they i hail from the land of the Stars and stripes. j

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY SIDELIGHTS GUNDAGEESE IN THE CITY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

ItlllllMtlMllllltlllllllltllMtMltinillllMllltMtlftlltlltlllltlllll SYDNEY SIDELIGHTS GUNDAGEESE IN THE CITY Mr. Jack Gannon, who used to ' work -in Gundagai with the late Mr.;' Con. Harrington, is now. in business as a produce merchant, otit at. Ascot, ' the place where the ponies race. He looks remarkably well, so does his wife, who was one of that charming. . ptir of Irish girls, the Misses Power, who made their home in Gundagai a ? year or so ago. Among inter-State visitors to Syd ney one finds, a big Hibernian dele gation from South Australia, in cluding. a prospective Senator, Mr. J. Dalev.. He is an Adelaide solicitor. a partner of a practioner of note, Mr. W. Denny, and his election to the Senate is considered a ? foregone conclusion. He is familiarly known in Croweaters' Land, and no one thinks of prefixing a 'Mister' to his name— all hands call him . Johnny, just as we are all wont to speak of our . one-time Prime . Minister as 'Billy' Hughes. He is accompanied by the grand...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN ON FIRE WINGHAM DISASTER 11 SHOPS GUTTED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

TOWN ON FIRE iisimmiiiitiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiitmitiitiiiiimiiitimiiiitiii WINGHAM DISASTER 11 SHOPS GUTTED '. Eleven business premises were gutted last night by the biggest fire in Wingham's history. .Other shops were damaged. j The flames, which started shortly ; after midnight, appeared to begin near a motor garage. They spread I with lightning rapidity, and soon a ? whole block was ablaze. | Jsabella-street, where the fire raged, presented a forlorn appear ance to-day. .William Garlick was the owner of 10 of the- buildings destroyed. Some ? of the business people concerned were partly covered by insurance, but others were not.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOUR BROTHERS PRIESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

FOUR BROTHERS PRIESTS With the arrival of Father Barry! from Melbourne to-day there will be | four Barry brothers, all priests, in j Sydney for the Eucharistic Congress. ; It is probable that this is a record. I One brother is Dr. Barry, the Arch bishop of Hobart, a second is Father Thomas Barry, of' Chatswood. The third brother arrived with Cardinal Cerretti on the Orama, and the fourth came from Melbourne on Monday. A sister is a nun, so that there are five members of the family in ? the Church . ? v \* THE PAPAL LEGATE ARRIVING AT ST. MARY'S TO OFFICIATE AT | HIGH MASS ON SUNDAY. THE PICTURE SHOWS CHOIR BOYS' CAR | RYING THE TRAIN OF HIS ROBE. I ? ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

GENERAL NEWS. At Junee Show the Gundagai pony jumper, Mr. Eli Elphick's Lone Star, won the Pony Hunt. Mr. Elphick's daughter won' first prize for best' girl rider, and- his son first for best boy rider. ? m * # ? Built in the London suburb of Edgeware during- the reign of Henry III, (1216-12-72), the Chandos Arms has closed its doors. After being demolished, a motor garage is to be built on the site. * © ® Belgian members of Parliament now receive a pension after 10 years' sendee, but the rate is only the equivalent of £2/11/6 per annum for each year of service. ' ? ? * Though Vladimim Pachman, the Odessa (Russia) pianist, is over 60 years old, he recently drew, an audi ence of nearly 5,000 at the Albert Hall, London, and received £200 for his pianoforte recital. Viscount Hambleden, who was plain W. H. Smith in his young' days, left £2,500,000 at his recent death. As a boy he sold papers in the London streets, but when he reached man hood he founded what has become one of -the bigge...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

MOTOR NOTES aiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimmmiiinmtiiiiimiifiiiiiiiifciiiimiitiiii | After a most interesting and en joyable motor trip of 7 weeks, cov ering 6000 miles, a party of Vic torian tourists returned to Melbourne last Thursday afternoon filled with enthusiasm and good health. The tour was arranged and conducted un der direction of the Victorian Tour ists Services Pty. Ltd. in conjunction; with Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son, Tourist Agents, to determine the practicability of motor tours to Cairns and Central Queensland, dur- ( ing- the winter months, covering a ( period of 7 to 8 weeks. Mr. Bruce Newham who arranged and conducted the tour, states that the trip just completed, which is the first motor tour from Melbourne to Cairns, has shown that the tours are not only practicable, but will be full of inter est and most instructive for those who are fortunate enough to avail themselves of these sightseeing trips which only the motor vehicle can provide. The route taken was by the co...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

For Infinite Satisfaction W^ATCH the dance of the glistening A beads as they rise in the glass to ^ the snowy crest . . . the enticing glitter of the 'amber lights . . . the promise of j^§|sby- purity, relish, and refreshment . . . and every anticipation is amply fulfilled in the enjoyment of mellow, sparkling 'K.B.' It's a TRUE Lager. /^gggg p)M TOOTH* OMr kb jr atruo L AGE Bmr A BANK ACCOUNT ^ - . ! gives; you power and safety. Apart from its positive stimulation of j the sense of Thrift a Bank Account simplifies your operations and ] widens their scope. In or out of business hours, it facilitates your | transactions and surrounds all your dealing's with dignity, impressive j on your clients and associates. ? . , \ A cheque Account is a record of payments, practically a book- ! keeping system in itself. j Additionally it introduces, to your service, the innumerable banking- advantages and facilities that a modern banking institution provides. ' . * CoiMwealiblasikof Hijlralia. ! (...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

Spring 1928 . IIIIHBiaiRBMlHIflailllBllllilBiailHBUlBI . j A UNIQUE DISPLAY of j ' I Spring and Summer Novelties | ??? is now on view in our Mantle, Millinery, and Dress Depart- v PI ments. The collection em- | III braces all the newest and |j[ j|j latest ideas in Fabrics, and, | S as these are confined to us for jj; III p , , . .. . II: ? Gundagai, an early visit to v 1 this interesting display will be | I] ' . appreciated. Ill | OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM ' I | Presents the most attractive | collection of 'Frocks, Coats, ????? I Suits and Sports Wear ever |. assembled in Gundagai. ' III If OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF .SPRING MILLINERY Spring 1928 ? ? ? ? ? W.C. STRIBLEY. MERCHANT, Gundagai ? ' ? . ✓ ? . I

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOOKING AHEAD NEXT YEAR'S CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

LOOKING AHEAD NEXT YEAR'S CAR An American view of what their next year's car will be like is given in a leading United States trade journal, which says:- — 'Next year's car, it appears, will have a more pow erful engine, a larger and more com modious body, both wider and with greater head room. It will have a more thorough co-ordination oil de sign throughout, will ride very much more easily, due to better control of the suspension, will be freer from vi bration, due partly to suppression of vibrations and in part to a nioi'e ?consistent use of .rubber mountings. | 'It will have; a very much stiffer frame than before and a lower' cen i tre of gravity, so that it will handle | very much better and be quite free from these terrifying tremprs'at bet I ter than' safe speeds which sometimes | arise f«rom frame weave and whip, j As the body will very likely be mounted on rubber blocks, or else I tied firmly', down J;o the frame so that i the two wox-k ' together, it will be i reasonably f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DODGE STANDARD SIX PRODUCT OF TWO YEARS WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

DODGE STANDARD SIX tlllllltiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiitiiiiiiiitiimiiimiiitiitHHilliiiilllili PRODUCT OF TWO YEARS WORK After over two years of intensive development worjc, Dodge Brothers Inc., announce the Standard Six line of passenger cars. In these new cars it is claimed ex ceptional riding comfort, economical performance and' ability to travel at sustained high speeds have been com bined with the sturdiness and depen dability for which Dodge Brothers' motor cars have always been so well known. ' The Standard Six is being built in six body types, the coupe, sedan, cabriolet, touring ' and roadster, fin ished in a number of difference at tractive color combinations. The sweeping graceful lines of the Standard Six give the impression of cars selling at much higher prices. Although the overall height is .low adequate headroom is provided. High seat backs and wide cushions, both tilted at the corner angle, insure the comfort of the passengers. The engine is the L-head type with bore and...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

?? Ee©e@my Many Graziers are recognising that mixing their own Licks is an excellent plan from an economy viewpoint. One bag containing 75-lbs. of Vita Lick concentrated makes 4 cwt. of Lick ready for use when mixed with 2 Bags (374-lbs.) of coarse salt. Vita-Lick keeps your stock healthy. Here is an outstanding letter of appre ciation supplied by Mr. A. M. Holland, of Rampsbeck, Armidale : — 'Some 12 months since, I was ask ed by you for my opinion of Vita Lick, but refrained from giving an . opinion as I had only tried it in a very dry time and then found it very beneficial. Now, giving Vita Lick a thorough trial, in both good and bad seasons, I have no hesita tion in recommending it to Sheep owners as I consider that this Lick does all you claim it to do. I ' found sheep supplied with Vita Lick were not affectcd with Fly trouble, although sheep in an ad joining, paddock, not supplied with Vita-Lick, were struck by flics. 'Repeat orders are the best recom mendation. 'I have now or...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

Jnneun'.cintf THE SMNmRDSil / by Dodge- Broth&rs A Low-Priced Companion to the Brilliant Victory and Senior Sixes . . . . I With this car you can enjoy SPECTACULAR, 6-CYLINDER PERFORMANCE, with the knowledge that it is safe, dependable and economical. NOTE THE QUALITY FEA TURES ON THIS LOW-PRICED SIX-CYLINDER CAR. 7-Bearing Crankshaft, 4-Wheel Brakes, Thermo static Heat Control, Air Cleaner, Oil Filter, Petrol Filter, etc., etc. - i HARDEN AND JOHNSTON LIMITED 117-131 Flinders Street, Sydney New South Wales Distributors for Dodge Brothers Products LOCAL DEALER* „ No Car compares with Chrysler '52' in Money Value THE SMART NEW CHRYSLER '52' is more than ever the unapproached value in the low priced , field. .Only in the '52' can you obtain at low prices speed-ability 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 beauty of line and colouring. See...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

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. c^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated from the filectric Light ' or potuer socket. 2 YD BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appearance, and houses the power pack for the All-Electric Model. Stations are 'tuned in' by means of the single control. Based on modern practice, the operating mechanism is encased in a metal chassis. bi ASA BS \h The perfect mellowness of tone and full js volume of this instrument will appeal to the most cultured musician, whilst its high effi ciency and ease of control ensures popular approval. Full particulars of the new Radiolas and easy Jf? terms of payment are obtainable from B. S. BRUCHHAUSER, V GUNDAGAI Pi-ice, complete ? AUTHORISED RADIOLA DEALER Louc^Speake' . HcLGliol...

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

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

. SPECIAL SALE 20 HORSES 20 W. E. KYLE & CO. Have received instructions from Mr. H. J. Francis, to sell by Public Auction at Kyle's Sale Yards, Gun dagai, on Saturday, 8th September, at 2 o'clock sharp, all his staunch and reliable farm horses comprising: — 10 Dft. Geldings, 6 'years to aged1, broken to all classes of work. 6 Dft. Mares, 7 years to aged, brok en to all classes of work, 1 with foal at foot. 3 Light harness mares, 7 years to aged, broken sulky and- saddle. 1 Light harness horse, aged, broken to sulky and harness. W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTION SALE HORSES, PLANT, MACHINERY, AND HARNESS W. E. KYLE & CO. Have received instructions from Messrs. T. N. and W. B. BOON, who have relinquished forming, to sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER, at the rear of Kyle's Sale Room, Gundagai, at 2 o'clock sharp the whole o ' their Horses, Machinery, Plant and Harness, comprising: — 10 Dft. Mares and Geldings, 4 years to aged, 2 Light Harness Mares, one ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

Don't forget the date of Coolac J R. C. Ball is the 18th. September. 'Fools of Fortune,' with nothing- in. view, Nothing to wish for, nothing to do, Arrogant, blase, and superfine, j Living for naught but to dress and dine, ? Laughing to-day, to-morrow in tears, Swaying from daring to childish fears, I Needless to state they for cold's as sure,-. , j Their choice is Woods' Great Pepper mint. Cure.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSPIRATORS IN COUNCIL READ WHAT "THE PATRIOT" SAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

CONSPIRATORS IN COUN CIL READ WHAT 'THE PATRIOT' SAYS The following is taken from 'The Patriot,' published in London under date June 7th, 1928. It needs no comment, but it does demand some thought in Australia: — 'The Conference of the Third In ternational at Cassel ended last month, has received too little atten tion and, doubtless, attempts were made to secure secrecy. The con-, spii-ators met under Mr. Rykoff. neph ew of the notorious Bolshevik As sistant Commissioner for Foreign Af fairs, and they ' discussed progress, noted success or failure, and formu late:! new plans 1'or the destruction of Christian and. civilised States. That such, a sinister performance, which would certainly have been pro hibited in Fsance or Italy, should have been held without restraint in Ger many is somewhat remarkable. _ The German police were1 aware of. the arrangments, but decided not to in-; terfere, and- informed the Govern ments of the States represented at its malignant confei'ence. It is be l...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 6 September 1928

POLITICAL PIPS iiiitimmiiiiiiiiiiaiitmiiiiimmiiiiiitiiiiiiitiititiititifi Some of the A.W.U. members are bucking against the present control. Kurrajong, near Wagga, send the fol lowing for publication: — 'A meeting of the men at Kurrajong station, Wagga, decided that all A.W.U. tic kets be returned to the office, and that the 'Labor Daily' be requested to publish the following resolutions: 'We, the shearers and shed hands employed at Kurrajong, Wagga, re fuse to renew our membership tickets until such time as the rank and file have a say in running their own af fairs, so thai' representatives of the master class can be shifted from of ficial positions in the A.W.U.'

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

POLO A new polo club — at Cootamun dra — has been formed. The follow ing officers have been elected: — Pa- tron, Mr. A. Bragg-; president, Mr. G. G. Davidson; vice-presidents, Messrs. D. Davidson and J. A. Gibb; secretary, Mr. II. Osmond; commit tee, Messrs. H. C. Davidson, M. Mc Rae, P. R. Scott, R. K. Richards, W. Horsle.v, L. Horsley, R. Ward, F. Davidson, K. G. Richards, and'H. C. j Osborne. The Club will be affiliated j with th Polo Association, and such well-known enthusiasts as Messrs. N. Ilorsley, R. Maiden, 11. C. Davidson, A. Bragg, G. Bragg, C. Last, H. Davidson have signified their inten tion of being playing members.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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