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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 17 September 1928

IN MEMORIAM   LUFF.- In loving memory of our darling Daughter and Sister, RITA ESTHER, who departed this life September 19th, 1927, aged 16½ years. In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweet and tender, fond and true; There is not a day that passes   That we do not think of you. In our tears we saw you sinking, And watched you fade away;   God knows how much we miss you, As it dawns one year to-day. Inserted by her loving parents ( William and Sophia), Sisters and     Brothers (Joseph, Phillippa, Connie,   William, Albert, Gordon and Ralph.   Tumbling, September, 1928. IN MEMORIAM   LUFF.- In loving memory of our   darling Sister, RITA ESTHER,   who departed this life September   19th, 1927,. aged 16½ years. Gone from those who loved her, Plucked like a flower in bloom; So bright, so young, so loving, Yet called away so soon. Inserted by her lo...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN OPENS MR. FLEMING AT GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

FEDERAli . EXACTION - CAMPAIGN OPENS MR. FLEMING AT GUNDAGAI Mr. W. Fleming, the selected Coun try Party can jidate for Hume Elec torate, opened his campaign at Gun dagai on Monday night, speaking in the open air in front of the Gunda bidgee Theatre, urior to the com mencement of the Humphrey Bishop musical show. The Shire President, Mr. H. P. Carberry, was chairman, and briefly introduced the speaker. Mr. Fleming said he regretted striking the town :on a night when people were all going to the theatri cal show. He knew there was not much interest in the campaign ' at this early stage; but he would still like to talk, because all thinking peo ple must realise that if the political balance of the country was not main tained there would be no theatres or anything else to go to. The financial MR. W. M. FLEMING. iiitiiiittiiiiniiiii 11 tiiuiiiiit iiiiii tit Hint 1111 tiiiim tut 11111111111 stability of the country must be maintained or chaos would reign. He was the endorsed Country Part...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

? — : — ; ? 1 ' ?' ' ' . .. (. Spring 1928 Nsnsr - | A UNIQUE DISPLAY of j jj Spring and Summer Novelties | | is now on view in our Mantle,- ? jj . Millinery, and Dress Depart- | 1 v ments. The collection^ em- ? x I braces all the newest .and . . Jj . .. , . ? 1 llil I latest ideas in Fabrics, and, : ? :|| jijj as these are confined to us for , . | Gundagai, an early visit to | V | this interesting display will be ^ I . appreciated. | „ . * - * '.V . i OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM ' S .. : - ill ' D ? . - llll rresents the most attractive I „ . f „ , ^ ' 111 | collection of Jr rocks, Coats, | | Suits and Sports Wear ever :*? assembled in Gundagai. ^ . Ill ? _ I OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF .SPRING . MILLINERY Spring 1928 ' ... v ? w. c. STRIBLEY, MERCHANT, Gundagai

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

Smile Often Show clear white teeth, gums like coral now Restoring dull, off-colour teeth to polished whiteness quickly is a recent dental achievement. It's been found that dingy teeth comes simply from a film that forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-type dentifrices did not successfully clear off. That's why brushing fails you. Run your tongue across your teeth and you can feel that film now — a sort of slippery coating. Beneath it are the white teeth you envy. © It keeps your smile unattractive because it absorbs discolourations Jrom_ food, smoking, etc. ® Now, in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, a scientific combatant has been found. Leading dentists widely urge it. Works wonders on dingy teeth. ? ttrndt Hi -liii«Mttn traoc Sold everywhere in two sizes V 2008

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

JUST LOVELY! ARE Appropriate Words to use when Describing the Wonderful Display of BABY GOODS . which RYANS have now on exhibition NEVER before have they had anything to ap proach — in variety of design, material and quali ties — the present stock, all the newest and most attractive styles being on show and the prices are are as usual, moderate. SPECIAL care and attention has been paid to securing articles which would be suitable for BABY BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, and you will be charmed and delighted by a visit of inspection to our SHOWROOMS. INFANT'S KNITTED SILK BONNETS ..... 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 4/6 each INFANT'S HAND-MADE BONNETS, in a large range of designs, at 4/6 to 10/6 each. CREAM KNITTED SILK CAPS ? ? . . ?? 3/11 to 10/6 each. KNITTED SILK HATS, in All-Cream and Cream and Sky . . 10/6 each INFANT'S WHITE PIQUE BLUE-LINED PETER PANS . . 2/11 each INFANT'S CREAM FUJI PETER PANS . . .. . . . . . . 2/11 each KNITTED SILK SHOETTES, 2/11 and 3/6; also in Crepe de chene 2/11 and 3/6 pair. C...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

GUNDABIDGEE THEATRE, GUNDAGAI MONDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER RETURN VISIT THE NEW FAMOUS ENGLISH HUMPHREY BISHOP MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY - IN AN . ENTIRELY NEW PRODUCTION BE ADVISED ?? ? BOOK EARLY AT BOUNADER'S PRICES: — 5s., 4s. and 3s. plus tax. FOR SALE 400 SHEETS 8ft. GALVANISED IRON. Also quantity of hardwood. V. T. ASIMUS, Mt. Horeb. WANTED COMPETENT HOUSEMAID. Good wages. Apply, J MATRON, ! Gundagai Hospital. ! HANDY MAN CAN DO ANYTHING— Carpenter- ing, Painting, Upholstering, Repair ing, etc. Strictly sober; best recom mendations. Apply, THIS OFFICE. NANGUS CRICKETERS' DANCE WEDNESDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER MISS CARR'S ORCHESTRA j I Tickets: Gents, Gents 5/- Ladies 4/ THOS. BOYTON, J. P. POLLACK, Hon. Sec. PRELIMINARY NOTICE j R.C. BALL j Will be held in j ST. PATRICK'S HALL j ABOUT MIDDLE OF OCTOBER '(For R.C. Church funds). Monster Benefit Concert GUNDABIDGEE THEATRE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1928 1 (Proceeds in aid of Mr. Joe. Wallace) P. JOYCE, j. f. Mclaughlin, Hon. Sees. DANCE * FRIDAY, S...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

TOWN TOPICS ? ? ? ...?tiMiiuitiiif minimi ? - - Wirth's Circus at Gundagai on Wednesday, October 10th. ? ? ? Don't fail to book up your seats at Bounader's for Humphrey Bishop Co., next Monday night. * * * Admitted to Hospital: Mi's. Jas. Woodbridge (South Gundagai), dis charged: Mrs. Walton and Roy Tur ner (Tumblong). ? * * A writ for £2000 damages has been served on Dr. Buchanan, of Coola mon, at 'the instance of Matron Shoe art, of Glen Isa private hospiral, the causc being alleged slander. At a meeting of the Racecourse Trust, on Monday, is was decided to auction the grazing right of the racecourse for 12 months. In a draw for selling agent, Mr. S. A. Smith was successful. ? 9 » Introducing himself to 'Indepen- dent' readers to-day is Mr. Robert E. Moore, electrical engineer. At present Mr. Moore is installing elec trical fans, lights, etc. in the re-built Castrission Bros.' shop. Next Wednesday a number of Gun dagai candidates will sit for the annual Conservatorium Music exam. ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Among the 2800 trainees in camp at Liverpool for a week's training is 'Kelly' Hogan of Gundagai. Mrs. Jim Woodbridge entered the local HosDital vesterdav ? end this morning underwent a serious opera- j tion. . ❖ ❖ # The sad family bereavement on Monday recalled Mx-s. Bede Ryan fx-om Wagga, where she was booked to compete in the Eisteddfod. * * * Mr. T. Murphy, teacher at Union Jack School,. Tumbarumba, has 'been transferred to Five Mile Tree School, near Binda, in the Crook well district. ♦ * » Mr. Geo. A. Gray, formerly of Gundagai, is back home, after being six months away with the Scottish Delegation. He has resumed his old position, as editor of the 'Al- bury Banner.' *% # . » Humored*, that Sergeant Face, of Jerilderie, is to be transferred to Junee, to succeed Sergeant Good-, win. The lattex-, however, who is on holidays, has received no word of his transfer from Junee. * * * The Demondrille Shire Council at a special meeting held last week dis pensed with the sex...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE CHILDREN'S PART [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

THE CHILDREN'S PART In connection with the organised children's games fixed for Saturday, from 10.55 to 11.20 a.m., North Gundagai girls will meet South Gun dagai girls in a basket ball compe tition.

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LESSON COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

LESSON COMPETITIONS The prizes in the Children's Les son Competitions (the Good Ship Ec clesia) will be awarded at the Rally in St. John's Hall on Monday night.

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WAS IT THE LOLLY? Tragic Death of Tumut Girl EVIDENCE OF GOVERNMENT ANALYST "GEE! ENM. THAT'S ONE I DID YOU FOR!" [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

WAS IT THE LOLLY? Death of Tumut JtfWWWWftVWWlWWWWWWWVJWWWVWUWWWWWWWWVWWWWWfl^^ EVIDENCE OF GOVERNMENT ANALYST vvwuvvvvvwuwwywwvwwvvwmjwuwuwwvvvwAWvwy^^ 'GEE! EMM, THAT'S ONE I DID YOU FOR!' |jfWWWW,^«WWUVVVWUVVVW\flAftWVVWWVVW^WVWA/VWVWVV\rtWVWWWWWWJWWWWtfV|; j: On the morning of Thursday, September 6th last, Vera Weeden, aged 22, when ?! «; preparing porridge for breakfast at her parents' home, at Tumut, ate a lolly she found I; !? in the tin out of which she took the meal. She immediately developed symptoms of I; ;j poisoning, and died a short while later. The doctors pronounced death had occur- ;j ?! red from strychnine poisoning, and the stomach and contents were sent to Sydney jl ?I for analysis. To-day the Coroner, Mr.R. Blakeney continued the hearing of j| I; the inquest into the cause of death. !l - : :: ? Sergt.-Detective Thomson watched the case ? on behalf of the Police De partment; and Mr. Taylor, a Sydney solicitor, appeared in the interests of Sanatorium Health Food C...

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NEXT SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

NEXT SUNDAY The following is a brief summary of the services on Sunday next: — At St. John's there will be a cele bration of Holy Communion at 8 a.m., and another (choral) at 11 a.m. At tms service tne Kev. u. s. Kobert son will preach At 2.30 the Procession of Witness will leave the Church, the Scouts leading, and proceed to the Court House corner. There the Rector will offer prayer for the town and district. On the return journey at the memor ial gates at St. John's, the Scouts' new colors will be dedicated. Im mediately afterwards a children's service will be held in the 'church .at which the Registrar will be the preacher. At 7.30 Evensong will be sung, and the Rev. S. J. West will preach. Simultaneously a Mission service will be conducted in St John's Hall, by the Rev. C. S. Robertson. At South Gundagai there will be a celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a.m. and Evensong at 7.30 p.m. The Registrar will preach there The Rev. S. J. West will celebrate the Holy Communion at Coolac...

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A TAR-PAVED ROAD FROM COOLAC TO TUMBLONG MAIN ROADS BOARD PLEASED WITH GUNDAGAI SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

A TAR-PAVED ROAD lllltimillftlllimilllllltlllllllllllltltlllHIUMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIUI FROM COOLAC TO TUMBLONG MAIN ROADS BOARD PLEASED WITH GUNDAGAI SHIRE The Main Roads Board is pleased with the work Gundagai Shire has carried out with its plant, and has decided to complete the road from the 17J mile peg, on the Tumblong Hillas Creek 'road. The work has already been put ' in hand, and it means that, when completed, the nrVirtlo lo-no*fh n-f -rnnrl in rmv RVm-P. will be done. But even better news is the state ment made that the road from Cool ac- to Tumblong is to be tax--paved, to a width of 15ft., with a 20ft. strip in Sheridan Stx-eet. Two coats will be given to the road. We hear that Shire President Car bery is still strongly in favor of do ing the whole width of Sheridan street, and points out that it is. ad- visable to make a good job of it. With a tax--paved sux-face road 10 miles each side of the town the whole district will benefit, and the Main Roads Board's decision to carry...

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FINAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

FINAL ARRANGEMENTS Meetings have now been held in all the centres of the parish with astonishing enthusiasm and offers of help. The latter are' now too numerous to attempt to chronicle them here. Between 100 and 150 are now actively engaged on dif ferent tasks in connection with the Festival. In addition to that the Various country centres are busily engaged in organising visiting par ties of children and adults for Sat urday's and Sunday's fixtures, and for those enterprises no record has been kept of the workers employed. All the country public schools have now been visited by various members of the H.M.F. party, some schools more than once. ' The daily choir practice for young people in Gunda gai seems likely to prove a valuable recruiting ground for the church choir.

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My Lady's Corner GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS RECIPES, ETC. Special "Independent" Pattern Service SOCIAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

eMy Lady's Corner GOSSIP, HOUSEHOLD HINTS RECIPES, ETC. v Special ' Independent' Pattern Service (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Mrs. S'. H. Donnelly, who went away to attend the Eucharistic Con gress, had to call on an eye specialist, and undergo an operation. She is still in the city, but Mr. Donnelly resumes duties at;. Gundagai next Monday. J| i . ifi V At the Hotel Windsor, Sydney, last week, Mrs. A. Hogan, of Gundagai, chose Iceland poppies and gum tips for table decorations at a dinner party, at which the guests of honor were ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Donnell and Mrs. J. F. Marsderi. * ? ? , On Tuesday evening last, in the Coolac Hall, there was staged one of the best balls held there for a long time. Of dancers there were plenty, fun was abundant, and 'all arrange ments were perfect. The hall and supper rooms were decorated by Miss D. Sullivan, and birds in the green ery, hanging among the colored streamers, gave a delightful effect. Everything on the supper table was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

- ' SATURDAY, SEPT. 22. Here's a screen epic by the author of 'The Four Horsemen,' 'Blood and Sand,' and many notable screen classics, Vincent Ibanez's 'TORRENT' with Richardo Cortez and Greta Garbo. The tale of a girl's love that could not attain its object, even though nature in the shape of a mighty torrent came to her aid. W hen love clashes with wealth — can it win? ADDITIONAL FEATURE A snappy story of the gay white way, and of mysterious doings in roof-top bungalow in the heart 'of New York. A father and a son both loved the same girl, and neither knew of the relationship. See the v tangle that ensues amid the gilded cabarets. This is the theme of 'SINNERS IN SILK' j PATHE NEWS SCREEN SNAPSHOTS and' NEW ZEALAND SCENIC «??????????? ] WEDNESDAY .Sept. 26.— John Gilbert and Mae Murray in 'THE MERRY WIDOW.' Tim McCoy in 'SPOILERS OF THE WEST.' Also THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS, showing the greatest and most wonderful spectacle ever seen in Australia. SATURDAY, Sept. 29. — Wallace Beer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

THE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

SPECIAL PATTERNS. If ther$\are Patterns you want that do not appear on . this page let us know your requirements. Special pat terns can be supplied to your own measurements for any garment for which an illustration is provided. Our Pattern Service covers practically everything in the shape of wearing ap parel. Prices for these Special Patterns are : — Patterns for Adults — 2/6 each; Patterns for Children — 2/6 each.

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CLASSING OF LAMBS' WOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

CLASSING OF LAMBS' WOOL Before treating lambs' wool the wool-classing table should be covered with a cloth of some sort, or the wool will fall through the rungs. The | usual method is to pick' up the wool j with two boards joined at one end with a short Diece of leather. See ' that only one fleece 'is picked up at 1 time, as six single fleeces can be ! handled much more effectively than a ? heap containing six fleeces. In a small clip all that is recom manr!aiJ tc f n romrtvo fVio ofoinorl pieces ' oi* the blood-clotted pieces from the tail, which are the result of marking. These are of practically no value, but certainly should be removed. In'a lot of 300 lambs or more there will be a variation in age of perhaps . two months, and though most of the lambs will have a fair fleece, the late lambs will ' only have short wool, so that two lines of lambs' wool should be made — ' 'A' Lambs, and 'Lambs,' to be made up of the trimmings of the well-grown lambs, and all wool from the 'late an...

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WITNESS, WORSHIP, WORK C.E. HOME MISSION FESTIVAL OPENS JUGIONG GIVES A STRONG LEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

WITNESS. WORSHIP. WORK * ? ? ........?????(??BiiiiaaBiB rrrri ? ? G.E. HOME MISSION FESTIVAL OPENS JUGIONG GIVES A STRONG LEAD Yesterday Christ Church, Jugiong, was the daughter church in which the Festival proper opened. It com menced with the little service of Compline at 7 p.m. The Precentor was the Rev. F. W. Rettie, and the preacher the Kev. C. S. Robertson. The whole of the Diocesan party were present. Rev. Robertson in the course of his sermon, said that nineteen hun dred years ago the Divine Son of God came to this earth and gathered to Himself a small band of twelve men. He walked the streets of the towns and the countryside of an obscure nation in the East, a nation almost unnoticed and unknown. Thir ty-three years later He was crucified, and a little oand oi izv men and women were left to preach the Gos pel, and to extend His kingdom. To day that kingdom has extended to all parts of the world — a kingdom mightier than any nation or 'empire. Towards the success of that gre...

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