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Gundagai Shire TAR-PAINTED ROADS TALKED OF. Cantilever Awnings Not Countenanced. PARKING AREA PONDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

Gundaqai Shire TAR-PAINTED ROADS TALKED OF. Cantilever Awnings Not Countenanced. PARKING AREA PONDERED. At Friday's meeting of Gundagai Shire Council there were present Councillors H. P. Carberry (Presi dent), G. Luff, B. Wilson, T. Boyton, and J. F. McLaughlin. Cr. J. A. Mclnerney came later having been detained on jury duty. After accounts had been dealt with, the Clerk was authorised to issue summonses for recovery of outstand ing rates where necessary. The Public Works Department for warded an official report, recommend ing additional reticulation of water supply in South Gundagai involving the laying of 168 chains of three inch main along various streets, in cluding Tumut, Mount, Ridge, Luke, Tom, and Eagle-streets, at an esti mated cost of about £3000. The matter was referred to the Clerk for a detailed report. Contractor Brown offered to pro vide posts, and strainers if the Council provided one gate and h coil of wire, and to erect same free of charge on the depot road. — Off...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A KNEESY ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

A A KNEESY ONE. 'Isn't it a bit short?' ~ . ^ ^ 'Not at all! This is the dernier cri.' 'Bra vardon. I thought it was the knee plus ultra.' - (By permission of The Bulletin. )

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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STOCK MARKETS 311 WETHERS AT 37/- [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

STOCK MARKETS ? ? ? 311 WETHERS AT 37/-. Supplies at the Homebush yards haVe fallen off recently: Last Mon day only 20,000 head were penned. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report that as a result competition was keen and values at times showed an up ward trend. Cattle offei-ings rah I into 2,300, rates rising 10/- to 20/ per head. On the hoof at the yards mutton made 3d to 33 per lb, suckers gets and lambs 4id to .5 id, suckers 6d to 63d, good to prime beef 36/ to 43/- per 100 lb., good to prime yearling beef 44/- to 50/- The above firm's sales included 311 wethers from E. E. Salter's .Westover Estate, Wellington to 37/11, averaging 37/2, topping the market; 176 lambs from the Trangie district to 35/1, averag ing 34/1; 23 steers to £14/6/-, averaging £13/17/6, and cows to £11/10/-, averaging £11/4/3. Both sheep vans and .cattle waggons can now be obtained at short notice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

COUNTRY KILLED MEAT OPPORTUNITY is the PASS WORD to SUC CESS; it is Knocking at Your Door TO-DAY. COUNTRY KILLED MEAT LTD. offers Stock owners the Opportunity they have been waiting for: The Opportunity to Eliminate the Third Party 'Parasite, who sits back and takes no risk, and grabs the largest share of the profits. COUNTRY KILLED MEAT LTD. is Your Own Company, controlled by you, ensuring better markets in good or bad seasons. Your chance is here, elon't neglect this opportunity to irtvest in this sound, solid proposition NOW. G. W. EDWARDS, SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE, FAMILY HOTEL, GUNDAGAI. Head Office : — 4th Floor Wigram House, Sydney. 19 Castlereagh-st., J. E. PROTT, Secretary. I We Deliver Orders In All Weavers! ? I If you find it inconvenient to como |x\ \ ' A. dotfn tovJn to make your purchases, 1 ' \ ?tie will send a messenger to j-our -*^4. Home tJith the desired article. Orders received crfer our phone -Will be at I tended to immediately and despatched per -/ 4 49°flH messe...

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THE 'HOPPER PEST AT PARKES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

THE 'HOPPER iiiiiiitiiitiiHiiiiitimtiiititimiaiiiiiiiiiiitiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiufiii PEST AT PARKES The alarm in regard to the 'hopper pest has been sounded in the mjddle west. In the Parkes centre, in view of j reports that swarms of grasshoppers had already been located at Tich hrtvno nnrl qIoa im nlovioc* onn-fVi rvf I Lachlan, local farmers have decided to take quick action in combating the pest. Mr. H. Bartlett, district agricultur al instructor, in addressing a large and representative gathering of farmers, explained the steps to be taken for crops and pasture lands. For the former the Department of Agriculture Recommended ithe use of poison baits, and for the latter, the spraying of the beds where eggs had been laid with a solution of arsenite of soda and molasses

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

? ? -3: ? A lady engaging a cook. s'id. 'I must tell you my husband is most par ticular exacting, indeed.' 'Lor' mum,' the cook retorte.!, ''I won't mind that, I've buried two badtem pered husbands myself.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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MICE IN NORTH-WEST [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

MICE IN NORTH-WEST j i Is New South Wales threatened with another plague of mice similar to that of a few years -ago, when ! millions of bushels of wheat and other produce were ruined by the pest? There are indications in the north of the State that point to the poss ibility of another invasion. Mice were reported to have done considerable damage to the peanut, and early maize ci*ops in 1 Queens land a few weeks ago, by eating the sown seed crops in the fields. Now comes word from the north west of the State that large num bers of mice are to be seen in the paddocks round Pallamallawa, and are breeding rapidly. The Chief Agricultural Instruct -r, Mx*. H. C. Stenning, issues the warn ing that farmers would be well a 1 vised in wheat-growing areas to pre pare to protect hay stacks and grain sheds against an invasion of mice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

Better j f TH E qualities which have gained for Chev rolet the place of the worlds leader among low . priced cars have been im proved — refined — aug mented ; all with the idea : of providing greater value. The new Chevrolet is now offered as follows STANDARD AOAT TOURER STANDARD O Q A r ROADSTER SPORTS jPOO/J ROADSTER X U U O (with Dicky Seat) TWO-DOOR POQtZ SEDAN FOUR-DOOR 091 r SEDAN XOJLO ^ All Models are Equipped wiih 5 Balloon Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR * ONE YEAR \ fl ''THE wheel base has been increased l( ?J * to 107 inches, two snubber plates 'iave been 'added to each spring control /n-' ling the rebound and absorbing shocks. fkr ^MtWnk Rims are wider and the tyre size has M been increased. All these improve ffjlwy ments result in a supreme roaO com fort and riding ease. AN El S VITALLY IMPROVED — ? ? - - ? — - IMPORTANT refinements in Bigger and Better jf Chevrolet valve-in-head engine H promotes greater power, great [Wy1^/ \\ Cfe 1 I If er quietness and faster acceler ...

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Abandon Ship! Hospital Committee Resigns Rattled by Rumours TERSE TELEGRAM TO DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

Abandon Ship! Hospital Committee Resigns aitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiifiiitiiiiir iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiinitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiitiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Rattled by Rumours TERSE TELEGRAM TO DEPARTMENT At the usual monthly meeting of Gundagai District Hospital Commit tee, Monday night kst, there were present Messrs. C. E. Butcher (presi dent), West, L. Boyton, G. Holm, Shaw, D. S. Roberts, V. Lawrence, and the secretary, J. F. McLaughlin. Nurse Burns wrote re her annual holidays, due as from 1st October. — Referred to House Committee. A cheque for £11/0/6 was receiv ed from Mr. W. W. Campbell, of 'The Glen,' being payment for treat ment of an employee. During some discussion as to whether the payment was at the rate of 10/- or 6/- a day, Mr. Lawrence said that it should be ascertained wheth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

[?] IT would be an ideal tube that would * hold air forever. Such „ a ' tube has not been manufactured yet, nor is likely to be.' Goodyear, however, has comc close to this perfection by producing tubes that hold air for many thousands of miles. Goodyear tubes -.hold air longer solely because they are made better. Only -'high quality red rubber — tough, lively and durable— is used in. their manu facture. . And because Goodyear Tubes arc in flated . and tested tur.der a 25% stretch - ' before leaving the factory, you are assured that - each tube you buy is per fect in every respect. Now Mado in Australia. His .NEW LOW GOOD YJSAit PU1CES apply to /.li sizes and types of ii-iNKit TUBES and all CASINGS olher than a few sizes which are in smrll denihnd. ? ? ? 23-SF. Gcfid Tyres Deserve Good Tubes™ Goodyear Tube Use as a rich custard alone, or with jelly or fruit — as a delicious sweet sauce, hot or cold. It ?dds a delightful finishing touch to every dessert. 'With Foster Clark's Custard P...

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A HOPELESS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

A HOPELESS CASE. 'Waiter, ivc can't drink this wine! I think you'd better fetch the manager.' 'Wouldn't be any use, sir. He can't drink it either.' (By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

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MOTOR CAR RAMBLES BLUE MOUNTAINS, PENRITH, RICHMOND, WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

MOTOR CAR RAMBLES i BLUE MOUNTAINS, PENRITH, ' RICHMOND, WINDSOR. ? ? i (BY K.C.B.) ! ? ? i A day of sparkling sunshine, with [ a light breeze, led us to take the r.bove trip on Sunday last. With an early start, and accompanied, by | another motoring party in a Whippet ' , car, the Dodge led the way to Pen fifV* fVi/a ncnfil cf.nn wac Tkiarlp-^— ' those of you who guessed were wrong — it was to get some lemonade for the ladies of the party. At one of the garages were the remains of an Essex car, standing beside a petrol pump; it had been completely burnt, nothing but the metal parts remain ing. The occupants were lucky to escape without injury. The cause of the conflagration was not ascertain ed. Probably the usual dropped match. On thp roarf afirain. we slinned nast Joynton Smith's 'Log C»bin,' and ' over the Nepean Bridge, which spans the broad stream of that name a J-mile outside Penrith town. This river becomes the Hawkesbury a few miles further seaward. A good run up Lapstone H...

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GUNDAGAI SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

GUNDAGAI SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL (To the Editor). Dear Sir, — The time is fast ap proaching when the Monument, of which the foundation stone was laid on Empire Day, will be completed and the committee hope to have it unveiled on Saturday, 10th Novem ber — Armistice Day falling this year year on a Sunday. The history of the movement is so well-known that it need not be re lated here, but the financial side of the business calls for earnest con sideration by every patriotic member of the community. The committee have in hand about £635, and record promises totalling -390. The Memorial will cost about £1,000, so that we are approximately £400 short of the required amount. To raise this money certain ladies very kindly undertook to organise ?. ball, to be held early in October, and proposals are under consideration for a big street carnival on November 10. It is believed that by these means a large sum could be raised, but the organisation wouia involve a great, deal of hard work, and whilst...

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WORLD'S BEST BLAST FURNACE OPEN WILL EMPLOY 2000. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

WORLD'S BEST BLAST FURNACE OPEN WILL EMPLOY 2000. The official opening of the huge blast furnace at the Australian Iron and Steel Compan's Works at Port Kembla, last week, set in motion the most up-to-date plaint in the world for making pigiron. This industry, which has a .capital of £5, 000,000, will employ in tne vicinity of 2000 men when the first unit of the plant is in full operation. The plant is situated about one and a 'half miles out of the town, in the direction of Unanderra. The area of land the company possesses is about 400 acres. A private railway runs from the works and connects with the main Illawarra railway line at Unanderra, and another line goes in the opposite direction to the company's private jetty at Port Kembla Harbor. This jetty is over 750 yards long, _ and has a large crane, with grab- j bucket attached, for unloading the ( iron ore from the iron deposits in South Australia . At- the present time the steamer Iron Monarch is discharging about 5000 tons' of...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

WHY SO MANY PEOPLE COME TO US FOR GROCERIES THE REASON IS— Because THEY KNOW that Everything PURCHASED HFRK IS ? RELIABLE SATISFIED CUSTOMERS have made our Business. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? IF NOT— WHY NOT GIVE US A TRIAL? LESBERG BROS. ALEX 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. ii- ? WOOL CRUTeHINGS. ^ISIgIgISISJ313I3I3ISISJ3ISJ3M3I3I3I3ISI3I3I5l3I3ISI3J' We have direct outlet for unlimited quantity crutchings Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. Jiaiai3iai3I3ISI3ISI3ISI3ISI3I5l3I3IS®3ISI5I3f3ISI® ADJUNGBB1Y FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101 n. — ' ^ J Be Particular ji 5 etc. Do y#u exercise the same care in selecting your baker £ ? J? d3 y^u do your e4x*r tradaspeople ? ™ 0. Our brsad is...

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HANDY HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

HANDY HINTS Tt- treat sunatroke. Dash cold t , water over the face and head, apply ice, or iced clothes, or cold water to the head, and give a teaspoon of spirits of sal volatile in water, tea or coffee may be given afterwards. For scalds or burns — immerse the ' part scalded in cold water or pour j cold water over it, or dust bi-earbon- ! ate of soda dver it, and apply a wet cloth above this. When blisters have formed, prick them with a needle, j and press the skin carefully down, j after which apply the bi-carbonate of I soda as before, or carron oil. For bruises — Apply tincture of arnica, vinegar, or sal ammoniac, and water. Rags dipped in this should be laid over the bruise and kept constantly wet. ir=r-1 To clean leather furniture olive oil and Methylated Spirits, rub on and then shine; Double the quantity of spirits to the oil. A little drop of Methylated Spirits added to the rinsing water, will make white silk look equal to new. A boiled custard curdles if the mixture is all...

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A FEW RECIPES SOME CHOICE BISCUITS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

A FEW RECIPES SOME CHOICE BISCUITS COCOANUT MACAROONS— 41b. cocoanut, lOoz. of sugar, whites of four eggs. Put the sugar into the whites, and beat to a stiff froth, then avid the cocoanut, and beat lightly in. Heat the tins before dropping . on the macaroons, and then cover with paper. * * * EGGMONT BISCUIT.— Two lb. of flour, lib. sugar, lib butter or drip ping, two teaspoons baking powder, currants or raisins to taste, one tea spoon of salt, milk. Mix dry ingre dients together, make into a firm dough with milk, roll out very thin, cut into little biscuits, and bake for a few minutes in a brisk oven. RATAFIA BISCUITS.— Two lb. of flour, lib. 'butter, lilb. of sugar, 4 - eggs, ratafia essence, 1 small teaspoon baking powder, teaspoon salt. Mix all ingredients together in the usual 'way. Sprinkle some flour on the board; turn out, break into tiny pieces, roll between the hands, and drop in dry sugar. Bake a light color in a moderate oven on flat buttered tins. ? ? ? CREAM BISCUITS Ta...

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My Lady's Corner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OF THE "INDEPENDENT" SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

I My Lady's dorner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' j SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS j (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Binalong has had an epidemic of engagements to judge by the follow ing: — Mr. Reg. Eddy, of Leichhardt, and formerly of Galong, to Miss Mabel Weekes, eldest daughter of Mr. Dav id Weekes, of Binalong. The wedd ing will take place early next month. tit sje Mi*. Roy- Saunders, of Binalong, and formerly of Leyl?-nd JParade, Belmore, to Miss Elizabeth Paul, of 21 Campbell Street, Glebe. ♦ » * Mr. Jack McCarthy, of McMahon'o Reef, to Miss Gladys Sheehan, of Binalong. 1 * * Mr. A. R. Wallace, late A.I.F., of Binalong, to Miss Zittle McCann, of 'Woodford.' Consett Street, Dul wich Hill. * * * A wedding of interest to Tumbar umba residents was celebrated at St. Jude's Church, Randwick, recently, when Miss Gladys Briggs, of Ken sington, and fomnerly of Tumbar umba, was married to Mr. Arthur Lohden, of Darling-hurst. Calnnon Cak...

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HUMPHREY BISHOP. MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

..HUMPHREY BISHOP.. MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY Next Monday, 17th September, at | the Gundabidge'e Theatre, 'the fa- i mous English Humphrey Bishop Com edy and Operatic Company will pre sent their first programme to a Gun dagai audience. From jazz to grand opera and from burlesque to the ' lightest musical comedy, every taste _ has been catered for. The vocal side ' of the entertainment is mainly in the ! capable hands of Thelma Trott, the J young Queensland dramatic soprano; John Montfort, the English tenor; and Walter Kingsley, the eminent London baritone, who, in addition to placing two command performances to his credit in London, .has firmly I established himself in favour with the ' Australian public through the medi- j um of the Columbia Gramaphone : Company. i Led by George ('Scratcher') Ross, J who, by the way, is a top-liner from j the London Hippodrome and Palla dium ; Arthur Hemsley, newly arriV- ! ed from Lancashire; and Charles Al bert, well known to Australian au diences, ...

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INNOCENTS ABROAD GUNDY'S TWO GAIS. MISADVENTURES IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

INNOCENTS ABROAD GUNDY'S TWO GAIS. MISADVENTURES IN THE CITY.) (BY THE NEDDY). j Mark Twain when he set out on the voyage that was to provide him with the material for his 'Innocents Abroad,' was already a much harden ed and sophisticated man of the world compared with two local resi dents, who last week Visited the City. The object of their visit to the Big Smoke was a two-fold one. Such an historic event as the Eucharistic Congress is one that is seldom wit ' nessed more than once in a genera tion. There was also an added in ducement, which called at least one of them citywards. Mysterious wire less signals had been received that a certain pony known to pony weight adjusters as Euphony was to win a certain race at Ascot on Wednes day last. 'Euphony will do me,' declared our local caller of the odds, as one day last week he set out for that place of hopes and. vain regrets, his wallet well supplied with notes. Visions of wealth untold unfolded to hie mon.fnl pvp rvn f.Vip train iou...

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