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

Such nice presents can be obtained if you collect Kinkara Tea Label* and by using 'Mother's Choice' Flour and keeping the Coupon*) you have your present in half the time. Showroom: 99 Batkurst St., Sydney; Catalogues Post Free on Application !? ? RADIOLA A Six Valve Superhetercxlyna ji (j -Broadcast Receiver housed in a fggj jl |=gi | '?['? I beautiful laminated maple cabinet , j jj 1 1= To hear — to see — to operate it— is S ' U-sbJ! ji new adventure in radio. | Musical experts invariably choose their radio sets after critical listening tests. Why not take your cue It's a wise buyer who realises ' ? ' ' S that the ear is the real judge. 'RADIOLA. Jlf ? We urge you to let the repre- STANDARD'S** Wj duction qualities of our 'Radiola j£& M /~L ® W Standard Sue' tell its own story. W Interstate Reception Guaranteed. J ? _______________________ Complete wifh ail The 1927 Radiola Range Accessories Entirely Complete Including Amplion Loud Speaker Radiol* 4 - -€28/5/0 Radiola Senio...

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

. ^ ' Am always supplied with eggs— neighbours can't make it out.' \/ET there is no secret about it. £ The plain simple fact is that one poi.'liry owner uses Karswood Poultry Fpicc, the others so far co not. just read what the successful one — the one that always has eggs — has to say : — Dear Sir, CN I havf had wonder- [T/ V \ ' fu: re.vlis from feeding -jl \' ' ] A-2j/ wi:h Karr.vcod. The -1 ^ chrc!:s loo!: four or five j -?» \ *}/ months old instead of ^ two. The mothers which Nt- v reared them were laying *'lv- when the chicks were five weeks .-!d. I have also twn ? i-tck Orping- — 1 ton pullets hatched on 1st June, and were laying at I J months, and have been layinp: well since. Thanks to Karswood I am not without eggs, any time of the year. I have got a neighbour who has some fowls and she can't make out why I am always supplied with eggs when she has not any, but I say it is nothing but Karswood to make them lay. You can use this letter as you think fit. I can't say any more ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTEI VIII—Continued [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

I1IIIBII1IRIBIIH111BI1IIIIIIIIIH1II1IIII j ? ? OUR SERIAL STORYrrrrrrrrrr [ 1 The Fatal ? 1 Bondage ? IIIIIIBHIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIII ^ 1 CHAPTEI VIII— Continued j How awful he looked, sitting there, his half-closed eyes, glaring now, staring into the fire, and his mouth — She must remedy that, or the sight would totally wreck her nerve. Going to an open drawer she took a long silken scarf — she hardly heed ed what it was — and by dint of great ? ? tlio -'o™ n-f tVio tiAei tiuu, icouuxcu mc j.civ,v, \j± wiv ciea;d man to its normal position, winding the scarf under the chin,, and carrying it, turban fashion, around his head. 'That's better. And now— could I get him into the plantation, bury him beneath some ? — Why*, not in the Nun's Well? A heavy stone at his feet would carry him to the bot tom. The very thing. But how to get him there? She crossed the room, and pulled the curtain about an inch or two open, closing it instantly at the sight of a light outside among the trees. And then s...

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

Degeneration scathes th human race, disease and vice erode and sear man kind; Unchecked, life's evils would in time efface The noblest tributes of frame and mind. But saving grace in science still is sought By those whose great achievements shall endure. Such aids. to health as noble skill has brought In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. S DOES A GOOD STORY APPEAL TO YOU ? jjj III ILLUSTRATED SHORT STORIES IN ! I Tlie Bulletin 1 II are now a feature each week. Spend a happy II] K hour reading the world's best short stories. Each jl one scintillating, stimulating and satisfying. |||| g THE MAN ON THE LAND | Every Farmer should read the pages for the Man |j|l on the Land. This section is written by farmers |||| [''j for farmers, and is full of useful hints on every ,t. mm branch of farming, stock-raising and fruit-growing jm I BULLETIN SERVICE DEPARTMENT | II This Department can help you. It is one of the |||| new and astonishing features in Australia's best X II weekly newspaper. It will...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE OUTBACK DROVERS OF THE PAST THE RAGGED THIRTEEN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

LIFE ©UTBAfiK DROVERS OF THE PAST THE RAGGED THIRTEEN In a recent article on droving I re ferred briefly to a long overland trip from the Baloone and Moonie Rivers, in West Queensland, to a new pastoral property on the Adelaide River, in the Northern Ter- j nifAvtr nwnPVR nf« t.hp new country decided to drove all the cattle from this State, and this gi gantic undertaking was handed over to 'Bluey' Buchanan, George Gor don, H. and W. Gordon, and H. El liott. The job was successfully car ried out, and as a droving feat per formed some 48 years back, is still takes beating. The story of this long trek would cover many pages — grim tales of thirst ancJ sleepnessness, sickness and hardships innumerable, death from fefver; of cattle and horses lost in raging floods and on waterless stages in desert regions, or by the long quartz-tipped spears of hidden blacks; of wild breaks on the everlasting night camps, and long, tiring hunts for lost stragglers from the herds. Tales of a thousand inci...

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

THE NAMS * 'VICTOR' on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itseif the most reliable and dependable piano in Australia. r \ WRITE FOR CATALOOUM SOLD ON KASY TERMS PALING'S 338 GEORGE STREET LOCAL SELLING AGENT. PERCY JOYCE. ii. Edited, Printed, and Published by Patrick Sullivan, Byron-street, , Gundagai.

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COUNTRY KILLING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

COUNTRY KILLING For some reason, which is difficult to ascertain, (says 'The Wagga Daily Advertiser,' 19/6/28), the author ities concerned have shelved the pro ject to build municipal abattoirs at Wagga. Why this should be the case nassps conmrehensirm. On several occasions during the last two years a spark of enthusiasm was kindled, on each occasion it flickered and Hi. Towards the end of February i ? - chairman of the Metropolitan Mea;. roard, Mr. J. B. Cramsie, com muiikv.iK/J with the Wagga Municipal Coun.jf J* : ? the subject, and forward -j _ .t j-_: ? -j ? eu a cox fj «.a uesigu o jl wmtu ? would have a maximum daily killing ; capacity of 25 head of cattle and 250 head of sheep, as well as 50 pigs one day a week. He pointed out that this unit is designed for what is known as collective kill, that is, all j stock put forward by the carcase [ or retail butchers would be killed j by the slaughtermen and operatives engaged by the council at a fixed sum per head, which would inclu...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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OUTSIZE IN MOTORS FOR GOODYEAR FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

OUTSIZE IN MOTORS FOR GOODYEAR FACTORY The above photo shows a recent N.S.W. railway scene. The enormous case on the truck contains a big motor for the factory of the- Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Co. (Australia) Ltd. at Granville, N.S.W. This motor was so much wider than the N.S.W. standard railway gauge that it was impossible for trains to pass it on the next line, necessitating special railway arrangements to move it from the Sydney Darling Harbor railway goods yard to the Goodyear factory at Granville. It was also found necessary to car ry the case on an extremely low truck, it being found necessary even to cut three feet off the top of the case to enable it to fit under the tunnel. I ? ? The motor is of the autosynchron ous type. It develops 400 brake h.p. at ^3 1/3 revolutions per minute and has an overload capacity of 600 h.p. for two hours. The principal dimensions are : — Stator 14ft diameter, rotor 12ft. diameter, weight 17 tons, shaft diam eter 10-inch, shaft length 9ft...

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

m To Clear 'Off-colour' T eeth OW dull, dingy, 'off-color' teeth are restored to dazzling whiteness in a new way. Ugly teeth soon will disappear, this way. Leading dentists urge it widely. For it protects the teeth and firms tender gums. It works by removing a dingy film that forms on your teeth, and dulls them by absorbing discolorations from food, smoking, etc. Old-type dentifrices failed to remove it successfully. That's why brushing thu3 far failed you. Beneath it are the teeth you envy in . oth ers. Remove it, for your own sake. One s whole appearance changes as clear, white teeth come. The name is Pepsodent. Thousands now employ it. ^ Hade r* AuetrnKa MARK A Sold everywhere in tzvo sizes. 2013 CIO REWARD. £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, Bangui, Tumblong. CAUTION ALL PERSONS found Hunting or Trespassing on COOBA will be prose cuted, witho...

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

Asaalfst's Rep^t - VITA - LfCIC, Concentrated treated with artificial gastric juices, 86% of the calcium and 62% of ..the phosphoric acid dissolved in fifteen m:n utes, and the whole of l-oth the calcium and phosphoric acid had dissolved in thirty mniutes.' 1 Bag Concentrated (75-lbs.) mtxed with 2 bags salt (374-lbs.) makes 4-cwts. Vita-Lick Mixed. Use 'D' Formula for Dry Feed. Use 'G' Formula for Green Feed. VITA-LICK LIMITED, STOCK LICK SPECIALISTS, 10/ KENT STREET, SYDNEY. W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTIONEERS .STOCK, STATION, LAND, FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. r ? i-w Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Accident. SOUTH BRITISH— Live Stock and Crop (Fire and Hail), Haystacks, T^Pn finer WnrVmon'c Pr*mr\anc*i_ tion, Personal Accident. --DISTRICT SUB-AGENTS, A.M.P. LIFE INSURANCE. MACHINERY AGENCIES. Sole District Agent for: : .MASSE Y-H ARRIS Renowned Farm j Machinery, Binder Twine, Oils, i and Machinery Duplicates. \ CLYDE EN...

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

Surprise Backets ^tee/ ,^j MtiVl6'a9\0v^v \ f a^otSS. \ I * x iccft is t°°- rl guess 1 3 sboVJ1ng Bt0s. \ \ ioaes' cl° 1 *Ars.^- ^ Send 50 lids from tins of AUNT MARYS BAKING POWDER and you will receive one of these handsome surprise packets. Don't delay — when you have collected 50 lids forward them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, with your name and address. SAVE THE LIDS . . BEGIN TO DAT S.n You @row file Wool for your own benefit. Your capitil and work are thrown into its production. See that you get the full benefit of its sale. Sell it at auction on the Sydney market. Send it to a firm of selling brokers of pioved reliability. A firm in close touch with trade developments, who protect your wool'. .with expert valuations and whose energy and determination in working __ for you make the sale of the clip at full values- a' certainty. In other words, SEND YOUR WOOL TO: WINCHCOMBE, CARSON Ltd, SELLING BROKERS, SYDNEY. HEAD OFFICE :WINCHCOMBE HOUSE,...

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MOTOR ACCIDENT ON BONGONGOLONG ROAD. Two Seriously Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

MOTOR ACCIDENT ON BONGONGOLONG ROAD. Two Seriously Injured. A serious accident occux'red on Bongongolong road, Tuesday night, when Mrs. Geo. Walton sustained a badly broken left forearm and pain ful lacerations to her arm; and Mr. L. Shields (who was relieving Mr. Frank Latham at the Gundagai Com mercial Bank branch), suffered a fractured palate, shockingly lacer ated lips, the loss of several teeth, and jaw injuries, as the result of Mr. Geo. Walton's car running over an embankment and stinking a tree, when the party were returning from the old-time dance at Bongongolong. Mr. B. Bruchhauser was motoring back to Bongongolong to deliver a forgotten parcel, and just after crossing a rail ed culvert he met Mr. R. True's lorry. Just as he was about to pass, Mr. Walton's car come from behind the lorry and, to avoid a head-on collis ion, Mr. Walton swung his car abrup tly to the left, with the unfortunate result as stated above. Mr. C. But cher came along just after the ac cident and kind...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday: 8 a.m. H. C., 11 Er.m. M. . 7. SO p.m. E.; 10.30 a.m. Sunday school; S. James', South Gundagai, 3 p.m. E.; S. Paul's, Nangus, 2.30 p.m.,' Sunday school, 3 p.m. Even song. Monday, 7 p.m., Evensong; meet ing 8 p.m.; Bongongolong, 11 a.m. H.C. Rev. S. G. Davis.

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SOCIAL and PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Bede Ryan and her small daughter Marie, left yesterday, for Wagga, both are taking part in the forthcoming Eistedford. i'ft 8|S 'I* The engagement is anounced of Miss Emily, eldest 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Moses, of Cootamun dra, to Mr. George Koorey, of Syd ney. The lady friends of Miss lima White gave an enjoyable gift after-, noon tea party at the Counti-y Wo men's Rest Rooms, Cootamundra on Tuesday, in her honoi-. She is to be married shortly, in Melbourne, to Mr. Bonney. The guest was present ed with two beautiful bouquets and a great number of gii'ts from her many friends. A Royal Humane Society brome medal and certificate has been awarded Charles William Otidy, aged 37, of Tumut. On October 12, 1927, the Morris family, and a num ber of other persons, were on their way to a dance, and had to cross the Tumut River, near Bowlers Flat. The river was in flood at the time, and a small flat-bottomed boat was used to make the crossing. The first party ...

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

NANGUS CRICKETERS' DANCE / WEDNESDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER MISS CARR'S ORCHESTRA Tickets: Gents, Gents 5/- Ladies 4/ - - THOS. BOYTON, J. P. POLLACK, 't Hon. Sec. I' -V'v ;

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

TOWN TOPICS Admission to Hospital: — Mrs. Nor ris (broken arm) ; discharged, Messrs. Sheather (Yabtree), and Nonteith. * * i ?- Yesterday Temora journeyed to Young and regained the Southern Districts' Championship Gup, by 18 points to 13. Don't forget the dance in St. John's Hall, to-night (Thursday) , in aid of South Gundagai Church of England. A good time guaranteed. * - - * * Yesterday Junee journeyed to Cootamundra in quest of the Maher Cup. A thrilling game resulted, the final scores being 7 all . The gate takings were £44. » » * Book your seats early to avoid disappointment for the Humphrey Bishop Comedy Company, as you don't want to miss this bright spark ling show. Mr. Monty Wylie, from Melbourne, arrived in Gundagai on Saturday to join Mr. N. Bel} in partnership in the latter's hairdressing establish ment. * * * Our new Postmaster, Mr. Mcin tosh, has taken over duties at the local post office, this week. Mr. Morrow, from Junee post office, has been in charge since Mx*. McKe...

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

GUNDABIDGEE THEATRE, GUNDAGAI MONDAY, 17th SEPTEMBER ONE BIG MERRY NIGHT THE NEW FAMOUS ENGLISH HUMPHREY BISHOP MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY In their Sparkling Cocktail of joy, comprising:— Clever Comedy, Operatic Gems, Exquisite Dances, Topical Bur lesque, Brilliant Music and Gorgeous Frocking. FULL JAZZ ORCHESTRA EVERYTHING COMING— WE NEVER DIVIDE BOX PLAN AT BOUNADERS ? ' PRICES: — 5s., 4s. and 3s. plus tax. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF GUNDAGAI PREPARATION FOR HOME MISSION FESTIVAL Daily, St. JOHN'S, 7.30, a.m., 9 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Daily, St. JAMES', 9 a.m. , . - Saturday, 15th September, meeting of all interested in Sunday Schools, 3 p.m. Sunday, 16th Septembei', St. JOHN'S, Gundagai, 8 a.m., Holy -Com- munion, 10.30 a.m. Sunday School (address by Miss Akehurst), 11 a.m. Matins, preacher, The Registrar; 7.30 p.m., Evensong, preacher, The Registrar. P- - Bongongolong, 11 a.m., Holy Communion. Nangus, 2.30, Sunday School (address by Miss Akehurst) ; 3p.m Even song, preacher, The Regis...

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EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

U ? ? : ? * EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY Intending- passengers are reminded of the excursion trains to be run to Sydney and intermediate stations at the end' -the month. Handbills give /-'-.'.'v^ails of the time for the forwax-j, ;6urney and the 'trains by which ttie return home may be made. It is particularly emphasised that the return portion of the ticket must be re-dated before the home journey is commenced. '

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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WONDERFUL COUNTRY AN AUSTRALIAN TYPE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

WONDERFUL COUNTRY AN AUSTRALIAN TYPE The Roman Catholic Bishop of New York (Dr. John J. Dunn), who had his first sight of Sydney when he ar rived a few days ago as a delegate to the Eucharistic Congress, said on Monday that his impression of the city- had been one of surprised grati fication. People of the United States had no conception of this wonderful continent of Australia. The enter prise of the people, their up-to-date methods, their 'pep' — to use an American term — were a complete surprise to him. 'Do you know,' asked Dr. Dunn, 'what has impressed me most out side the Congress? It was the sim plicity of the people. You are un spoiled. There are few strains run ning through your communities. One coming to your shores unannounced and without knowledge of conditions must be surprised at the hospitali ty extended to him, . must wonder at the people in your streets, at their laughing faces, their inde pendence, their freedom from that spirit of conventionality that you find in W...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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HOME MISSION FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 13 September 1928

HOME MISSION FESTIVAL The Organising Secretary, The Registrar, the Director of Religious Education, and the Rev. Pyke arriv ed on Tuesday. The Registrar ad dressed a meeting of the Parish Council that evening. On Wednes day there was a celebration of Holy Communion, at 7.30 a.m., and the daily children's service at St. John's and South Gundajrai were commenced with encouraging attendances. Even song is said daily in St. John's at 7.30 p.m. There will be no children's service on Saturday, the 5th, but in the afternoon at St. John's there will be a conference or meeting for all people throughout the parish, who are interested in the woi'k of the various Sunday schools. For Sun day, 16th, the usual plan of services will be increased. At St. John's there will be services at 8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. (at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. the Diocesian Registrar will be the preacher). The Rector will preach at Bongongolong at 11 a.m. and South Gundagai at 3 p.m. At 3 p.m. also the Registrar will ...

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