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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

ft GLORIOUS DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL SPRING MILLINERY IS TO BE SEEN AT Y A N AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME IN AND INSPECT I . ALL the Advance Styles ||j - j||j in Women's and Childrens' |[|j - I Hats, Flowers, etc., are on |j | View, Direct from the Lead- | ing Centres of Fashion in x France, London' and Aus- I ? ' ? I tralia. P! ' ... ! — I . : | YOU will be interested we 1 J are sure to see these models P! Ill and we shall regard it as a III I privilege to -submit them to || I you for inspection. | ; -I — . ? 1 .... |||. SEE the Window Display on |jj| |jjj Saturday Next. | M.Ryan THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER Sheridan Street, GUNDAGAI.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

CHRYSLER . . CHRYSLER I CRRYSLER CHRYSLER the Acme of perfection. ;. GUNDAGAI MOTOR ENGINEER ING COY. have pleasure in announc ing to , their . numerous clients that they have secured the sex-vices, for a short period, of MR. R. G. OAK, well-known as a x-acing car driver and Motor Salesman, who will have the gx-eatest pleasure in' meeting, them, and introducing the latest model CHRYSLER CARS. Any of our Clients who may wish to take advantage of Mx*. Oak's wide experience in the motor trade, in the matter of a new car, or. the adjust ment or working of their present one, may be sure of. doing so during the short time he will be here, by fox'wax'ding their names, when they x will be recorded. GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEER ING COY., GUNDAGAI.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

3 ANGLICAN HOME MISSION FESTIVAL, | TO-NIGHT, 8 p. m. — Meeting of Parishioners, GUNDAGAI. | TO-NIGHT, 8 p. m. — Meeting of Parishioners, COOLAC. a Wednesday, 7 p. . m.— FESTIVAL, JUGIONG. ? Thursday, (details to be arranged), FESTIVAL COOLAC. I Friday, 7 p. m.— FESTIVAL NANGUS. ? Saturday, 10 to 3.— CHILDREN'S RALLY GUNDAGAI; 7. 30 p. lii ?Open-air Service. 'I . I ? ;r - WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19. Again the management has pleasure in presenting the absolute best in picture entertainment. Here's the most true to life racing story ever filmed. A thx'illing drama of a- jockey who thought he lost his nerve, and a- girl who knew ' he didn't. . Set to the thudding hoof beats of Kentucky thoi'oughbreds. 'THE SUNSET DERBY' with Mary Astor and William Colier, jn. You must see this and en joy the greatest horse race ever shown on the silver sheet. ADDITIONAL FEATURE' Here's the screen's cleverest comedy team: Lew Cody and Aileen Pringle in 'ADAM AND EVIL' rhe stoi'y of a matrimonial mix-up, involv...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARITIME STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

MARITIME StRIKE - I The strikei on thfe 'waterfront was dramatically brought to a head on Thursday, when a special 'order, is sued by - Judge Beeby of the Fedei'al Arbitration Coux-t, declared that a state of strike existed. It is now open to the shipowners to employ any pei'sons they- like to carry on the industry. Free labox-, protected by the Gov ernment, is likely to be- introduced if the , watersiders do ^not strictly abide by the terms of the new- awax-d. There are thousands of tons of idle shipping, and hundreds of men are out of work. Already, the strike, is beginning to hit industries, and many will be compelled to curtail operations or close down altogether. Melbourne, Saturday. The waterside workers' strike, af ter a brief duration of a week, col lapsed suddenly to-day when the Waterside Workers' Federation de cided that its members should im mediately resume work' at all ports 'under the new award. It appears unlikely, however, that Queensland branches will accept the de...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KITCHEN TEA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

KITCHEN TEA On Saturday evening 'last, at St John's Hall, the C. of E. Gixds' Friendly Society, entex'tained Miss Hazel, on the '.eYe. of her departure, fx'om Gundagai to be mai'x'ied. This young, lady has been On the teach ing staff at North Gundagai- public school for several y.eai's, arid her marriage with Mr. Fred. Lesberg (Ungarie, and late of Gundagai), takes place this month. On behalf of the ' Club the Rev. .. S. G- Davis handed the bride-elect a silver vase, Mr. Lesbex-g suitably responded. Mr. D. Tout, on behalf of the Tennis Club, made a presentation of a cut glass salad bowl and servers and a cut-glass Vase. Other gifts were from school girls (a silver vase) arid from 'Balmoral' ..fellow boarders' and Mrs. F. Marshall (a silver cake stand). Mr. Lesberg thanked all, on behalf of his fiancee. Daricing filled in the night's fun, music being being supplied by members of the I Club. /

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

FOR SALE 400 SHEETS , 8ft. . GALVANISED IRON. Also, quantity of hax-dwood, V. T. ASIMUS, Mt.- Horeb. WANTED COMPETENT HOUSEMAID. Good wages. Apply, MATRON, ' Gundagai Hospital. .HANDYMAN CAN ''' DO ANYTHING— Carpenter- ing', Painting, Upholstering, Repair ing, etci Strictly sober; best recom mendation's. ?'? Apply, THIS OFFICE. NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. | EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS Excux'sion Tickets at Single Fare for the-' Double Journey (minimum rates 8/9 fii-st-class and 5/10 second class) will -be issued at Gundagai, to Sydney ;and intermediate stations by tx;ain leaving Gundagai at 5.40 p.m. on Tuesday, September 25th. These Tickets Will have a coupon attached, which is not available fox travel \VheiV- returning; unless re datec], 4'd 'coxipon nitfst' be present ed with)n the -period of availability at the iStation named thereon (or an intermediate Station) for that purpose. ' Tickets will be available for return within one calendar month! Excur...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLAIM DISALLOWED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

CLAIM DISALLOWED A case of interest to employees and employers was dealt with by Judge Perdriau and Commissioner Halliday last week. In March last year, J. R. Cameron, an ice-works emplpyee, was delivering ice in a motor lorry. On his round he picked up a friend, who took the wheel whilst. Cameron de livered the ice. In turning from, one. street .to another the lorry was run into by a motor, cai', and Caixieron's^ leg which, was resting on .the run ning boai'd through the open door of the lorry, . was badly smashed. ' A cia'm v/ar- made or the company un der the Workers' Compensation Act; but the*. insurance company refused to pay. ' Cameron, in his evidence, admitted that his. friend was on the wx'ong side of the street and had n .i driver's license. The accidcnt had cost him £136, and he had been in bed for .36 weeks. ' The Commis-. sioner disallowed the claim. Judge Perdriau; in giving- judgement, said that the applicant by allowing another person to drive the . lorry, had tem po...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONAL DEBT PROBLEMS COUNTRY PARTY REPLY TO LABOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

NATIONAL DEBT PROBLEMS COUNTRY PARTY REPLY TO LABOUR 'The Leader of the Federal Lab our Party, Mr. Scullin, is- 'twisting himself into knots on the national debt position,' states the weekly bul letin of the Federal Country ' Party Parliamentary Committee, 'and find ing it an easy matter to forget 'those' points he does not wish to remembex'. He blames the Composite Govern ment for alleged huge 'increase in the debt, but foi'gets tha!t the States have increased their debt to a fax greater degree. It is convenient to forget 'the latter fact, because many of Mx\ Scullin's colleagues hold office in the States, and inference to the fact would depx'ive his argument of its pleasantness. The Commonwealth debt in five years has increased roughly by £8,000,000. During the same period the debts of the States have risen by £150,000,000; While the increase under the Composite Government represents about 2 per cent, the States increase represents 30 per cent. He claims that the ad vei'se trade b...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAHER CUP DISPUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

MAHER CUP DISPUTE In a correspondence battle with Mr. G. Evans,, in the columns of Cootamundra 'Daily News,' Mr. W. H. Frazer, of Canowindra, says, inter alia: — 'Cowra secretary has advised me that his team do not intend going to Cootamundra on the date drawn. I have tried to persuade them to go, as on the games they have played Canowindra, and talking into con sideration the trouncing Canowindra gave Coota., Cowra would well and truly beat Cootamundra. But then again, being outside Group 9, they have a fair idea how they would get on in getting the cup. The whole secret of Canowindra's success on such a big margin, be sides being the much better team, was a pent-up feeling existing for two years. This, as everybody knows, being brought about by Can owindra being made a gate benefit for Cootamundra when they went there two years ago. This was re peated this season, but on a worse scale, and Cootamundra can rest as sured that if ever Canowindra take the time off again to play them t...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD OF SPORT FOOTBALL "BLUEY" PELTS PHIL GUNDAGAI WINS FROM TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

THE WORLD OF SPORT FOOTBALL 'BLUEY' PELTS PHIL GUNDAGAIWINSFROMTUMUT When Phil Freestone, as referee, made a palpable mistake in a match at Gundagai yesterday afternoon, Gundagai v. Tumut, his brother, 'Bluey,' playing for Gundagai, be came incensed and hit Phil in the 'bread basket' with the ball. This j was a little while after Phil had erred : in allowing the visitors a penalty try, on top of a free-kick decision to Tumut. The game was 'just foot ball' — the weather was warm, and none of the 'gun' players went into their work really seriously. Blundell played nice football — he made a num ber of openings for 'Bluey' Free stone, and from two of them the latter scored trjes. He also kicked two goals. Charlie Gardiner, who was in cood form. p-ot. annf-Vipr rnr»A I try, aft'er Flynn had done the pre liminary work, and Gundagai's final score was 13. Tumut was two men short, and two South Gundagai play ers, Joe McGuire and Allan Davis filled the gaps. The latter made Tumut's first scor...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

, TENNIS A team of ladies from Gundagai Club tripped to Coolac on Saturday and scored a narrow victory in a friendly match with the ladies of Coolac Club. Both teams won 9 sets, but Gundagai had a majority of 4 in games. ' Perhaps the most interesting se't of the day was that in which Mrs. H. -Hourne and Mrs. C. Carberx-y defeated Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Koch 6-4. The Coolac ladies served dainty afternoon tea, and the visitors thoroughly enjoyed them selves.. Detailed scores 'were as follows : — Miss McManus and Mrs. Patter son v. Miss Carr and Mrs. Phillips 3-6. Mrs. George and Mrs. Patterson V. Misses McGoldrick and Blake 6-0, v. Misses McGuire and McCarthy 4-6, v. Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Koch 1-6. Miss McManus and Mrs. George 'v. Misses McGoldrick and Blake 5-6, v., Mrs. Phillips and Miss Carr 6-2. i I Misses K. and D. Sullivan v. Mrs. Phillips and Miss Car 0-6, v. Mrs. ! Koch and Mrs. Shaw 0-6, v. - Misses McGuire and McCarthy 3-6, v. Misses McGoldrick and Blake 5-6. Misses G. and N. Luff...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

THE TURF The appointments of Messrs. A. Ogg, J. Quinn, and C. Culley, deputy stewards to the Southern District Racing Association, have been ap proved by the A.J.C.

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KING OF DROUGHTS 1500 CATLE IN ONE WATERHOLE MARSUPIALS DEAD IN HEAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

i, ? ? ? KING OF DROUGHTS 1500 CATLE IN ONE WATERHOLE . MARSUPIALS DEAD ' IN HEAPS . Mr. F. J. Cave, formex-ly of Bun . da berg, and now manager of Gx-anada cattle station, 50 miles north of Clon curry, owned 'by the Australian Es tates and Mortgage Co., is x-e-visiting Bundabe.rg on holidays, after an ab sence of nine years. He gives a lurid pictux-e of 'years of drought, wmcn ne says coastal dwellers nave no conception of. From Longreach to Camooweal there continues the greatest dought that aboriginals can remembex'. ' Stations such as Lake Nash, Headingley, Linda Downs and Roxmere were in the throes of drought, and were destitute of cattle. Lake Nash and Hea/Jingly had not experienced 'five inches of rain in 3 years, and the Q.N Pastoral Co. had been compelled to x-ail south no few er than 15, 000. cattle from Lake Nash early this 'year. Some places down the Georgina River had not seen rain for five yeax's. On Granada only 6i inches of , 1-ain had fallen to date this yeaxy in ste...

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KILLED OFF MOTOR BIKE TUMUT MAN'S END [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

KILLED OFF MOTOR BIKE TUMUT MAN'S END Leaving a wife' and a thx*ee week's old baby, Mr. Edwin Carlyle McLeod, 26 years of age, died in Tumut Hos pital on Friday. ' The previous 'day. deceased ljeft Tumut for his home at Springfield, whex-e he was dairying, and was mounted on a nxo'tor bike. Near the home of Mrs. Mount, on the Blow ering road, about 1» miles from Tu- , mut, the bike evidently skidded, ana Mr. McLeod was thrown. Mrs. Mount, noticing a' mob of horses galloping away in a startled manner, and seeing an upturned machine, in-_ vestigated. She found ' deceased ly ing on' the x-oad, bleeding profusely from the head. The police and doctor were soon on ' the scene, but Mx-. McLeod was unconscious and his skull was badly fractured. He never rallied. Coroner JB'lakeney held an inquiry and returned a verdict of accidental death. Mx's. McLeod, of Englehardt 'St., Albury, mother- of deceased, and his aunt, Miss Costin, left at 7 'p.m. on Thursday by car for Tumut. De ceased married...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

THE INDEPENDENT .- ? :o: ? '- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

DANCE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, \9Z& AT O'GRADY'S STORE. ADJUNGBILLY (In aid of Public School funds) TICKETS 5/- and 3/-. ' F. O 'GRADY, Hon. Sec.

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PRACTICAL SYMPATHY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

PRACpCAL SYMPATHY ? t: : Sever a i folk who were at the Bongo ::-'.-iOng Hall when Mrs. Norris fell broke her arm last week, gen^i asly handed in donations to the secretaxy, Mr. Geo. Mobbs, to wards meeting' 'Mrs. Norris' expenses. The organiser of the old-time dance also handed in a few pounds surplus; and Mr. Mobbs will be pleased to receive any further donations to the fund.

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HOME MISSION FESTIVAL THE WEEK OF PREPARATION [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

HOME MISSION FESTIVAL tiiitiitiiiiiiiiiimimiiHiiiiiiiititiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiii,!, |„ THE WEEK OF PREPARATION The interest aroused in the week of preparation augurs well for the success of the Festival 'itself. Ail this past week there have bean t!-'. -j services daily in S. John'* a-u; at South Gundagai The 'L'uJfen, both in town and ...itry, are en joying and pvofttirift i.-y every minute of it. In aoi.it '.o-: t'-. iae round of services aiui visits to the schools ar ranged for ? ':-mu they have had most days a little choir practice or com munity singing:, the attendance at. which has never fallen belov sev^nt.v five . At Nangj^^md at j'.^ior.g good meetings wei»Bfcki to make, final plan.; fVr the ^Festival in those centre-, v; »rk'Vwrf part of adults and oi ;?/&?* people h. /e already accomplished much useful work, some of a temporary charter for. the Festival, and some enlisted as per manent service. & * * * PERSONAL NOTES. Nurse Murray and Nurse Bond have Miss Akeh...

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OBITUARY STEVE ELPHICK DIES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

OBITUARY STEVE ELPHICK DIES Mr. Stephen Elphick of Tumut died at his home yesterday, after an illness of some weeks. Deceased was born at South 'Gundagai 67 years ago, and was a brother of Mr James Elphick, Tumut's. late. Mayor, and Mr. Hary Elphick, the well-known A.W.U. organisex'. Mx-. Jack Baiiy, ex-M.L.A. and. President of the A.W.U. in 'this State, is a brotherin law. 'Buck' Elphick, who used to play sparkling football a few years back, is a son. The funeral took place at Tumut to-day.

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TRAIN SMASH NEAR COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

TRAIN SMASH NEAR COOTAMUNDRA More than 1100 passengers, in cluding many people returning to Melbourne after attending the Eu charistic Congress in Sydney, were held up by a railway accident which occurred early Friday morning about 21 miles from Cootamundra.   At 12.30 a.m. a wheat train ran off the line and ploughed into the embankment, distributing large quan tities of wheat along the permanent way. Six trucks, packed with wheat, left the line, and the accident oc curred at such an early hour and in such a difficult spot, that it was im possible to get relief through until hours afterwards. Carrying 540 tons of wheat, the train was travelling at a speed of about 30 miles an hour over the Gap bridge when an axle broke. Although there was a passenger carriage on the train, no one was in it, and the train crew of driver , fire man, and guard escaped without in jury. Eleven trains were delayed up to 10 o'clock Friday morning, including special express trains carrying Eu c...

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