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CHURCH CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

CHURCH CHATTER Archbishop Redwood, who has ar rived from New Zealand for the Eucharistic Congress, is the oldest prelate in the Roman Catholic Church He is 90 years of age, having been consecrated in 1874. He is active una aieru, anu can reua s»mu prill u without glasses. The Archbishop was born in England and went to New Zealand in 1842, at the age of [ three, two years after . the colony was founded. He was made Arch bishop of New Zealand in 1885. Owing to ithe illness of Mrs. Rad ford, the Bishop of Goulburn was unable to fill his engagement to preach in the Melbourne Cathedral last Sunday in support of the appeal for a cathedral at Canberra. Mrs. Radford's friends will be pleased to learn, however, that her condition is improving. ? » m It is probable that Rev. Father Martindale, who is one of 'the most brilliant clergymen that the world holds al present, will shortly be created ;.i Cardinal'. Born in England of Anglican parents 49 years back, he 'verted to the Roman Catholic fa...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDERN'S PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

CHILDERN'S PARTY St. John's Hall, yesterday after noon, presented a very gay appear ance — prettily decorated with pink, biue and mauve streamers and Jap anese lanterns in same tone. The occasion was a children's paper fancy dance, and; a. big crowd were there, I having a jolly afternoon and even ing, finishing up at 9 o'clock. The secretaries, Mesdames Davis and Joyce, had everything in first class order, and a dainty supper was serv ed the children. . Miss Flo. McCarthy provided the best of music. Home made sweets were sold during the evening. Amongst those in fancy costume were : — Mavis Joyce — Green Leaf. Jean Passlow and Olive Hardwick — Jack and Jill. Mona Pettit — Salad. Wilva Pettit — Carniva'l Folly. Valda Owen — New Hat, Thelnia Ba'llard — Circus Girl. Kath. Eagles — Sweets Girl. V. and G. Glasscock — Hawaiian Girls. Alma Petty — Queen of Diamonds. Lena Tutty — Queen of Hearts. Annie Bond — Silver Fairy. Mary Tozer — Xmas Cracker. Hazel and Dorothy Williams — Dolls Annie ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WON'T TAKE THEM BACK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

WON'T TAKE THEM BACK The Civic Commissions, af+er ma- j ture consideration, decided that no j reinstatement should be made from ' amongst the 800 employees, who, to ! date, have been dismissed. j

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASE PUZZLES DOCTORS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

? I CASE PUZZLES DOCTORS j Doctors are considerably puzzled over the condition of an Esthonian girl, aged 18, who was admitted to Sydney Hospital, suffering from com plete loss of; memory. It is thought that the girl may be the victim of an assault, which left her temporariy deranged.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DATE OF ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

DATE OF ELECTIONS It is understood that the Federal Ministry will announce definitely the date of the Federal elections at a sessional meeting of Nationalist and Country party, to be held on Tuesday next.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

? / ORDER FORM. Please Forward to me Pat- 1 tern No ? for which, '7 I enclose .......... Name . . ? (State whether Mrs. or Miss) Full- ? . . / . . . Postal ' 7 Address ? ? ? ? ? ? Orders should lie addressed to — -'DAME - DULCIEi' InHe pSndent,' - Gundagai. (A'dd postage.) .. YOU CAN GET Any SIZE. SPECIAL PATTERNS.' _ i If there 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- ' par el. ' ? ? , Prices for Specie.! 'Patterns are:- ? . Patterns f-v duits — 2/6' each. t. -7' Patterns for Children — 2/6 rfach.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOT FIRED AT TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

SHOT FIRED AT TRAIN While a train between Parramatta and Sydney was travelling last night, several shots were fired, smashing two windows in a rear carriage. The' police are of the opinion that youths were responsible.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

THE INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1928 |

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.W.U. CURSES THE "REDS." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

A.W.U. CURSES THE 'REDS.' The A.W.U., in a manifesto, which is to be distributed among members in shearing sheds throughout the Commonwealth, accuse the A.L.P. of f.hp fmilpst. nf ^nnsnivnnips Hpsin-npr) 5 to destroy the integrity of the Aus- j tralian Labor movement, and bring it, under the domination of a foreign I dictatorship. The manifesto declares j that the A.L.P. is acting under in- ; structions from their confederates in ? Shanghai, who, in turn, looked to Moscow for guidance.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOLEN OR STRAYED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

STOLEN OR STRAYED The project fathered by the local i branch of the F. and S. Association J to build saleyards in Gundagai, so as , to make it a big sheep-selling centre, has evidently been 'stolen, or stray ed.' The Shire has shelved the re quest to erect yards, as it was stat ed that a number of enterprising residents purposed doing the work The enterprising residents also ap pear to have fallen down on the job. Let us put to another public bo'dy the idea of building the yards. The Commons Trustees have plenty of available land, on which to erect yards, and no Minister could say that in spending money on a public utility they Were going outside their functions. Maybe there would be 'narks' ready to object to such a thing but as our flats have just about reached the dead-end for commons purposes, some better excuse for re taining them than as a feeding ground for the 'poor lone widow's cow,' will have to be devised. A thing that will have to be pro vided for is an aviation ground, ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CITY NEWS. WANTS TO SECEDE SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. WANTS TO SECEDE SYDNEY, To-day. Notice of motion has been given in the Tasmanian Legislative Council for the withdrawal of that State from the union with the Commonwealth of Ai-icfvalici in xnow. fVio rJot.rimont al effect of the Navigation Act. and Commonwealth industrial legislation, generally, on the trade and: financial position of Tasmania.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOST SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

w THE LOST SHEEP The mysterious disappearance re cently from a paddock close to Gun dagai of 84 sheep, shows that the law in respect to having wool in skins in one's possesion, of which a satisfactory account cannot, be given, require a lot of tightening up. If casual Saturday afternoon talk is to be relied on there is a lot of thieving going on in the district — thefts nev er reported to the police because the sufferers believe in the gospel of 'first loss is the best loss.' One local sheepowner suggests that no dead wool should be bought from anybody unless a signed declaration from the sheepowner is produced, and that all perambulating skinbuy ers should be licensed and made keep a register of the brand of every skin purchased. Such a method would perhaps be cumbersome, but the man who made the suggestion says he would welcome any simpler means oi combatting the evil.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

POLITICAL PIPS 'I feel much better, a;nd am ready for the hardest campaign now,' said Peter Loughlin, at Young, this week. 'Had I been in this state of health during 'the last campaign it would have been a different result.' Asked ix ne woukj re-enter ppuues, lvir. Loughlin replied, 'I can't keep out of it. I will be back again next year, and there . will be something, doing, top. I will have 89 others behind me at the next election.' » - * A Glsyrrie Martin, the young school teacher so well kno,wn in Cowra and Young for his whole-hearted espous al of Labor's policy, received an un expected setback under Labor's new rules which he so strongly supported. He 'is now livings in the Newcastle district, and when one of the Labor members there (D. Murray) died re centy, Martin wanted to secure La bor's nomination for the vacancy, but president Graves ruled that Mar tin was not eligible for selection, as the new rules prohibit any member of Labor's executive seeking such a selection. Marti...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILL "COCKY" CROW? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

? ♦ ? WILL 'COCKY' CROW? When the wheat farmer gets his ballot paper and has to say whether or not he favors a wheat pool, he should shut his ears to the voice of the tempter who, calls, 'Crow, Cocky, crow!' There's an old saying thfct 'outsiders see most of the game,' on/I if ie fUrt tir Vi r\ line cf orl the history of pools and combines who can see points that very often are missed by the parties most interest ed. ! For instance he now watches the frantic gyrations of the subtle agent who wants to bring about the defeat of the pool idea, not that he loves 'Cocky' so well, but because he realises that if the grower once getB a pool going, the speculator's occupation will be like that of Othello. These are days of pools and combines. All big business in terests in commercial life a.re being pooled, for the big men, witli big ideas and big brains, realise that their interests are safeguarded by combination. In this; State the tendency is towards pooling, or merg ing. We see old esta...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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 — 23 August 1928

My Lady's Gorner. I SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' j SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS j (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Mrs. W. C. Stribley and Mrs. Dr. Byrne went citywards last week-end-. Both being music-lovers, the grand opera mlagnet has attracted them. They will stay down till ax'ter the Eucharistic Congress is oVer. j . * * Some of the members of the Monte Sant Angelo Ex-Students' As sociation gathered at a party given by the president, Miss Dora Foley, in honor of the approaching marriage of Miss Ann Hogan, a sister of Mrs. Arthur Mackins (Arthur is an ex Gundagai boy) to Dr. George Dun can. A presentation of ;i silver fish service was made to Miss Hogan. Among those present were : Mrs. A. A. Mackins, Mrs. C. J. Collins, Mrs. J. Loughman, Mi's. F. J. O'Conneil, Miss Win. McCarron, Miss M. Mc Cs-rron, Miss T. Worms, Miss M. Hall, Miss M. Ware, Miss M. Collings, Miss M. Scully, Miss S. Conway, Miss Maisie Heavener. The guest of ho...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

We Give WITH EVERY PLAYER PIANO PURCHASED BEFORE 31st AUGUST, 1928 A Beautiful Roll Cabinet £12/12/ I! 24 PLAYER ROLLS £6/18 (Your Own Selection). A Player Bench £2/10/ And as a further concess ion we have decide'd to pay freight frOm Sydney and other delivery charges on Players purchased frOm us during the GIFT PERIOD THE ARISTOCRAT SsEsa, ? .1 ' PLAYER PIANOS 1 (ESTABLISHED 1867) Is I Highest Award Columbian Exposition 1893 | # Right, throughout Australia to-day there is a Sound and Solid Preference for RUDOLF PLAYER lj PIANOS. On the Market there are Cheaper Makes of Players Pianos, but TRUE ECONOMY does not ne- S . cessarily mean purchasing the Cheapest Instrument. There are Six Different Models of RUDOLF PLAYER j|j PIANOS to choose from. Each is sold, as a matter of principle, at the Lowest Possible Price. Each may g be had on the most convenient terms. A small Cash Payment will put a RUDOLF PLAYER PIANO in |j your home, or your present piano or other Musical Instrument will be...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPRING HATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

SPRING HATS. True to tradition, the Iva: display has ushered in the ne'./ spring goods, and great interest is being shown in it. One wonders whether the predic tion for large hats will become a rei.lity. Each year the early spring ' show includes qui..e a number, but the comfort, and convenience, of the small hat, wins the day for all prac tical occasions. However, the large hat of the moment is a droop shape, . either circular brimmed, or with the vctgtiuuiiu :wave. ine crowns are domed, and fairly high. These hats are expressed in several types of stri.'w, both coarse and a finer weave being popular, an also in felt. The straws are variously named, but we will find thcit the soft visca and baku that we knew last season, still re main, even if they change their names. The trimmings are a little more than the narrow petersham ribbons we have seen, being of softly swathed ribbons, or georgette swathes of single flowers, or clusters of small flowers, while crowns are sometimes vari-to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

Overtake the y 'l$l ''Well, fjardli/! There is SOlfiething in the minds of those thousands who drive the highways which is difficult to put into words. It has Its word-of-mouth expression in the constant repetition of such remarks as — 'Nobody passed mq but a fellow in a Chrysler,' 'A Chrysler couldn't have got me there quicker,' or 'It looks something like a Chrysler.' All cars of to-day seem to approxi mate Chrysler '72' performance by patterning after Chrysler engineer ing, but after four years of striving, how close are they to the '72' to-, day? No closer than they were four years ago. As they struggled to approach Chrysler '72' has pulled away and gallops around and passed them ,witU more than the ease of the eld original Chrysler sensation car of 1924. There simply cannot be a valid reason for paying1 as much or more for any car other than the Chrysler '72.' Besides there is a Chrysler Model to suit every buyer. The New '52' from £275 The Great New 4 *62' from £370 The Illust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

Iat homebush to-day. 1 1 i I THE SHEEP MARKET. K ? ? III Sheep at no an to-day were v a little lower; lambs unchanged, jjj CATTLE . VALUES. |i| Values for., prime cattle were jjjj 10/- lower. MAIZE VALUES. | The price of maize in Sydney X to-day was 3/9- to 4/- jjjj

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