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PASTORAL. CONTROL OF BRACKEN FERN VALUE OF PASTURE PLANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

PASTORAL. CONTROL OF BRACKEN FERN VALUE OF PASTURE PLANTS The value of pasture plants for the control of bracken fern is discussed by the Agrostologist of the Depart ment of Agriculture in the current Agricultural Gazette. Cutting the nlnnt: zt r»prmr?ip intAvvalia nnrl nlanf ing grasses and clovers which are of a smothering nature is stated to be practised by farmers in coastal and other districts with good effect. K.ikuyu grass is being used with good results for planting on bracken infested areas in various centres on the South and the Central Coast. Carpet grass (Paspalum compressum) has for some years past been used by farmers on the North Coast for plant ing the bracken-infested areas found on poor quality, sandy heath country, i Two years from planting the carpet j grass seed in a trial carried out at j Woodburn,. the bracken was observ j ed to have diminished in quantity and good grazing was obtained from the area. At the end of four yeai's. only a few plants of bracken were...

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

illj SUNDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER (Trinity XVI.) . | I ? ? VISITORS: j X Rev. F. W. Rettie, Rector of Tumut X llll !Rev. S. J. West — Rector of Wagga , - llll [III Rev. C. S Robertson — Organising ^secretary of the Diocese |j|| X jjr, Ransome T. Wyatt — Registrar of the Diocese X Rev. G. F. Pyke — Rector of Adelong _ _ |||| ,] Miss Akehurst — Diocesan: Director of Religious Education. IJI] (111 Gundagai, St. John's — ' . : . ' I ? *'? 8 a.m., Holy Communion — Rev. S. J. West - I,'.; 11 a.m., Sung Eucharist — Rev. C. S- Robertson - .ji 2.30 p.m., Procession of Witness. . | WHAT IS THIS SERVICE MEANT TO BE ? | fill It is meant to be an act of public witness to the _ Christian Religion and of|j I'll open allegiance to the work of our Church. llll X it is an opportunity of proving that we are not ashamed to ny the flag oi;.; II Christ nor afraid to stand out for the fact that'the Church has a mission to the workk|| j WHO SHOULD TAKE PART ? j X Every loyal son and daughter of the Church — Cler...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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IS HERD-TESTING NECESSARY? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

IS HERD-TESTING NECESSARY? Is it possible to recognise the productive cow 'on sight,' or is the check provided by the Babcock and scales essen'tial? In the opinion, of a spea-Ker ut tne recent oiaie uuniei ence of the N.S.W. Agricultural Bureau systematic testing is essential if the dairy herd is to show the profit that it should. Every farming activity, said Mr. A. S. Pankhurst, of Singleton, should be considered from the 'does it pay' aspect, and it was in this light that he wished to discuss the testing of dairy cows. If^an orchardist found a tree which did not give a reasonable return he cut it out; if a farmer has a team of horses and one of them was no good he got rid of it; if a wheat grower found portion of a pad dock did not give a reasonable yield after the expenditure of reasonable care he fenced it_off. The dairy farm er should follow suit and get 'rid of the animals in his herd which did not give a return commensurate with the cost of care and feeding. A COMMON FALLACY ...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

POLITICAL PIPS ?fttlfllllllllllltlllllllHIIItlllHIIIIHIIIHIIIinilllllllltllllllllllllH Nationalists regard the forthceni ing Federal Election in 'Hume as one of the most interesting and important in the campaign. So much is this the case that Sir Neville Howse, who is Campaign Director in N.S.W., has /IpfM Hod tn attend the meeting of Hume National Executive at Wagga to-morrow (Friday) evening. He will be accompanied by Mr. H. W. Horsfield, general secretary of the National Association. It is intended that a comprehensive plan of Cam paign for Hume shall be formulated at Fridav's meeting. « » ? The Commonwealth Electoral rolls to be used at the forthcoming general elections and referendum have been reprinted and copies of the appro priate subdivision rolls have been placed on exhibition at all post offices and other public buildings for public inspection. Electors whose names have not yet been enrolled should forthwith take action to furnish a claim tor enrolment on the prescribed f...

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THE PEDEN MURDER PEDEN DID NOT DIE STATEMENT THAT HE CONFESSED "A CRUEL AND WICKED FABRICATION." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

THE PEDEN MURDER ? ? - PEDEN DID NOT DIE STATEMENT THAT HE CONFESS ED ' A CRUEL AND WICKED FABRICATION.' Some months back a rumor was current in Gundagai to the effect that A. B. Peden was dead, and that before death he had confessed to having murdered his wife. Our readers will recall the Tunib long tragedy — how Peden was con demned to death for alleged murder of his wife, reprieved, and after wards, on the finding of a Royal Commission, was set free. He went to Victoria to live, but rumor said he had gone to New Zealand, where he died, but before passing out he had made a full con fession admitting the murder of his wife. Mrs. G. M. Morris, of South Yarra (Vic.), writes us that such a report 'is a cruel and wicked fabrication,' as her brother has never been out of Australia

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

WWW | AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY, | I THE SHEEP MARKET. 1J II Sheep at noon to-day were || J.' unaltered. X | CATTLE VALUES. jj X Values for prime cattle were III «»»altered^ ? _ ? ||| III MAIZE VALUES. I j|| This price of maize in Sydney ||| X to 4/3 per bushel. X

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

ON THE LAND ????i.iiii.iMKiittMiiiitimifiimiiailtVllltlltlllllllim Up to yesterday 280 bales of this season's wool clip had been dispatch ed from Gundagai railway station. ? » ? A line of 6 steers, consigned by T.' Sullivan, Tumut, sold at Homebush on Monday at £12/3/8. * * Senator Gardiner says that Aus tralia is riding to prosperity on the back of the sheep. ? ? . ? A meeting of Nangus branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion will be held at Nangus on Satur day evening next. * * * Rabbit skins were, on an average, Id to 2d dearer in Sydney to-day. Winters sold to 8/9, pelty to 6/5, racks to 4/4, so Winchcombe Carson wire us. ? * * So the Compulsory Wheat Pool has been defeated, 'and it is now a case oi every grower ior mmseir ^iiu the de'il take the hindmost.' Before the selling season is over the wheat growers will regret their 'No' vote, for a disunited rabble stands little chance in a fight with well-organised forces. * * * j We are veritable demons in this country for ...

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

CRICKET Playing for Lancashii-e x against Oxford in England x-ecently, E. Ty desley and' H. 'Makepeace went in together; got caught out by the same fieldsman, off the same bowler, and in the same part of the ground dur ing the same over, and scored exactly the same number — 84 — of runs. _ In his first county match this sea son, the Hindoo batsman Duleep singhi scored 102 x-uns in 65 minutes at Eastbourne (Eng.) ; the first 50 runs occupied only '28 minutes. Du leepsinghi, who is 'Ranji's' nephew, hit three sixes and 15 f'oux-s during his merry innings. Ronald Howe, a 16-year old stu dent, recently ran 100 yards at a schools' sports meeting at Forbes in 10 4-5 seconds.

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

FOOTBALL Wagga defeated Albury in a Rug by League match on Sunday by 25 points to '14. Fromholtz scored a tx-y and kicked five goals, for Wagga, whilst Caples, Plummer, McCarthy and Keyes secured tries. * * * In the Maher Cup match yester day, Cootamundra 'beat Barmedman by 25 points to 12. Kingston was the outstanding player for Coota mundra — he scored three tries. Win ter and Walkom each scored a' try, and Phillips kicked five goals. For Barmedman, L. Smith scored a 'try, and L. Cooper scored and kicked three goals. Mr. Lai. Deance, of Sydney, had charge of the game. The gate takings were only £21/19.

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

I \ Ordinary Te^^on^t draw a Second Cup^ and there's a reason! KINKARA is 'SUPER-SORTED' and infuses a : flavour which distinguishes it from others and makes KINKARA the Aristocrat of Teas. Collect the labels in conjunction with 'MOTHER'S CHOICE' Flour Coupons, for useful presents. i When you stop TC^ILL your glasses * sparkling K.B. and enjoy rfK* a really refreshing beverage. J It is sustaining and gently |j4 J stimulating with the fine mel low flavour that proclaims it a true lager. tooth's___S i\ n lagg A7tue IAGER Brewed and Bottled by TOOTH & Co. LIMITED, Ken! Brewery, SYDNEY AND GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK CHEQUE ACCOUNTS OPENED # FIXED DEPOSITS ACCEPTED ADVANCES AND OVERDRAFTS GRANTS* t« Agricultural ud Pastoral Primary Produeara oo$f SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Writ « for Booklets 1 4 f, INTEREST » £500 »» H'/. N 5°' £1000 1 & ? i i i i m ? r PERSONAL, JOINT, TRUST AND CHILDREN'S ACCOUNTS OPENED. | A. SAUNDERS' I Guaranteed Cutlery I A. Saunders' Spoons ami forks, P...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. ANOTHER DRUNKEN DRIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. ANOTHER DRUNKEN DRIVER A motor car, containing 9 men, while travelling at a terrific speed at Redfern, early this morning, crashed into the kerb, skidded and overturned. Six men sustained shockintr inim-ies; four are in a criti cal condition. The driver of the car, Hamilt:;v M^Leary, who es caped in;'i'v;, . was arrested and charged wivh driving a motor car, while ur.d'-r i ho influence of liquor J All off dais of the Sydney Clerks' -' TJnion. peopling the secretary, have oeen «:s/ais*ea, owing to vne iunus of the i\.- ;:misation being exhausted through payment of salaries. THEODORf. TAVC'i TARSFF Mr. T!:evdore,JV!$-,, £?- ;1 a gather ing of master furriers Liiat Lhe only leuieu^ lui uic pigocuu ivwc financial position of the Common wealth was higher and higher duties until the foreigner was excluded from that part of the Australian market which Australian industry can sup ply- RAZORED, BUT RETICENT William Lloyd, 26, a hairdresser, and William Scott, 34, a wharf l...

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER X. SIR STEPHEN ISSUES A "COMMAND." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

™'^^o'r'Ta''story^^ the Fatal bondage CHAPTER X. SIR STEPHEN ISSUES A 'COM- MAND.' It had been somewhat of a shock to the dignity of Sir Stephen Cheno weth to. be awakened from placid slumber to learn that police con stables were in his hall with instruc tions to search Pendower from floor to ceiling. 'Snsnpof. mp — a magistrate — a ius tice of the peace — of harboring a | rascally, forging scoundrel! This is your doing, Master Hugh. I sup pose you expressed yourself to the governor of Dartmoor in similiarly sympathising terms to those you were injudicious enough to employ at my table this evening?' 'Injudicious, Sir Stephen?' 'Injudicious! I think I am in the habit of speaking clearly. ' Most in judicious, to express doubts as to the infallibility of British justice in the hearing of one's domestics. A man cannot be wrongly convicted in Eng land, sir. The thing's impossible.' 'I am sorry I cannot agree with you, Sir Stephen,' replied Hugh, quietly. 'Though I am willing to grant the...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

THE TURF The two ex-South Gundagai horses, Bronzgalia and1 Valgalia, secured wins at the recent Cowi'a Races. * . * * Mr. Kerry Pierce has decided to re tire Mira Costello from the turf. She ' will be sent to the Stud.nt Warbrook, . and mated with Sardis. : sgt ? * * Mr. Norman Crowe, of Albury, has leased from Mr. M. Sawyer, the three-year old Canonbie-Lidabob bay filly Indian Pool. * . * ? The district trotter Whirlwood's v;? Choice, won the Flying Handicap gt ; the Epping Trot on Monday. He stax-ted at 4 to 1 and won by a length ! and a half in 2.15 fox- the mile. * * * i Ann of Avon,, who. won the ''^o^ . ' Year Old double (Six-es Produce Stakes and Nursex-y Handicap) at the 1927 Wagga Gold Cup meeting is now a member of Mick Crossey's team and a regular visitor to the Wagga training track: She has not raced ' since her dual success.

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

- ! i The model illustrated above exemplifies the modern new b auty of the ' 400 ' Scries ? ? _ ? ? ^ ? U is the Advanced Six Ambassador. ? _ — ? QJkeCKcv ' 'f'T has been the dominating Jl ambition of my whole manufacturing experience to develop a line of cars of moderate price which would have everything in the way of appearancc, performance, com fort, and quality offered by the costliest cars. ' This ideal has been com pletely realised. ' Over £500,000 has been in vested in dies and machinery alone to enable us to build this entirely new type of motor car. ' Nothing I might say could add emphasis to this — it has been the ambition of my careet to build such a car as the ' 400.' ' C.Qf./Yaj/L President, The Nash Motors Company LOCAL DEALER: E. SYDENHAM Gundagai. MVP |J. . ? Australasian 50- Mile Speed (championship won by Average speed 86 miles per hour Average for last 25 miles: : 92'5 miles pef hour Also Western Australian 20^Mile State Ghampionshi; Won by Chry. ler Average speed...

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

IF YOU USE j jfea&frri Lubaloy ^ (Copper Coated) 22 s No more rusting, pitting or corroding of the rifle-barrel! Use W^Kffc'ra I,t0a!'oy smoke less -?.ciusively, and you^p.bt nave to clean your rifle barrel. Western. Lubaloy Coated Cartridges are won derfully accurate and quite greaseless! Smooth and clean as a big, high-powered cartridge. They keep your pockets clean. 'Pocket-lint' will not stick to them and get into your rifle, as it does with greased .22's. And they cost no more than ordinary lead-bullet rim-fire .22's! Ask your local storekeeper. If he is out of stock, write to: — Noyes Bros. (Sydney) Ltd. 1 1 5 Clarence St., Sydney World's Champion Ammunition j ? — — L2/6/'28 W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTIONEERS , STOCK, STATION, LAND, FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Accident. SOUTH BRITISH— Live Stock and Crop (Fire and Hail) , Haystacks, Fencing, Workmen's Compensa tion, Personal A...

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WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL SUDAN GRASS IMPORTANCE OF SOWING PURE SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL SUDAN GRASS IMPORTANCE OF SOWING PURE SEED. | It is important when sowing Sudan grass to be sure that only pure seed | is used. This grass and sorghum I cross-pollinate very readily, and I vountr sorchum and sore-hum-Sudan hybrid plants are liable to cause poi soning and death if stock are graz ed on them. Sorghum and sorghum-Sudan hy brid seeds are more or less rounded in shape, whereas Sudan seed is flat ter, more elongated, and somewhat pointed £.t the ends. As to the grow ing crop, Sudan grass has a very open head, fine stems, and narx-ow leaves, whereas most varieties of sor gnum nave coarse tmcK stems, . uroau leaves, and (with the exception of varieties such as Early Amber Cane and Honey) compact heads. Provided pure seed has been sown, a paddock of Sudan grass can be grazed any time after the crop is well established. If sorghum or sor ghum-Sudan hybrid plants are found to be present in large numbers the crop 'should be allowed to come ...

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

l t psr VITA' 'LICK Constantly it pays pD | no i For* for Dry Feed Green feed VITA-LICK LTD. Ftoofc Lick Specialists 107 KENT STREET SYDNEY 1 ^ THE NAMB 'VICTOR* on a piano is a guarantee * of quality. It has proved itself the most reliable and dependable piano Hn Australia. ? J WHITE FOK CATALOGUES SOLD ON EASY TERMS PALING'S 338 GEORGE STREET I LOCAL SELLING AGENT. PERCY JOYCE. a&f&WsHondsome and valuable ^Surprise Fiaekets The Proprietors of Aunt Mary's Baking Powder now announce a new Prize Scheme to take the place of the usual £100 in Cash Prizes distributed once a year. Now you can send in 50 lids from the tins of Aunt Mary's Baking Powder at any time and receive in exchange a handsome and valuable Surprise Packet. These wonderful surprise packets will astonish you with their contents. Every competitor will now receive a prize, and industrious collectors will receive a' surprise packet for each parcel of 50 lids sent in. * AUNT MARYS BAKING POWDER 'Costs a litt...

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TUMUT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

TUMUT NEWS Mr. C. E. Jepson has resigned his position as secretary of Tumut ? Hos pital. * * * Constable A. J. McAndrew, who has been stationed at Batlow'for the ? I. n ? offoi- ptt&l/ I ycclJLO, uieu iii&iii' an attack; of pneumonia following in fluenza. -Deceased, who was only '38 years of age, leaves a wife and 3 children to mourn their sad loss. The funeral took place = at Tumut to-day. Deceased's remains were interred in the Presbyterian cemetery, the Rev. Walton reading the service. The coffin was carried by Sergt. Picker ing, of '* Adelong, Sergt. Byrne, of Tumbarumba, Constables Grace and Morley, of Tumut, Constable Fair fax, Wagga, and Constable Ryan, Adelong. * * » v Charley Cheong, a Chinese gar dener, aged 87 years, died in Tumut Hospital two days ago. The de- ceased Celestial - was always a great advocate for the Hospital, and al- ways spent what money he had in the interests of the institution. * ? ? Tumut footballers go to Cowra on Sunday. It is unders...

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A SUDDEN DEATH MRS. JOHN ROCHE (NEE MISS W. RYAN). [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 20 September 1928

A SUDDEN DEATH IllllVllltlllllllllilllt j|l|| H lift IIIIIIIIIII lift llllllllt If (till till til ti MRS. JOHN ROCHE (NEE MISS W. RYAN). Tragically sudden was the death of Mrs. John Roche, at Nux'se Murray's home about 8 p.m. on Monday last. Three hours previously she had giv en birth to a fine baby girl, and was in 'excellent snivit.s A smHdon 1-ionvt seizure caught deceased, and the end came quickly. The shock to her rela tives and friends was a big one, and the hundx-eds who knew her and her family the sad news caused much sorrow. Born in Gundagai 34 years ago, the daughter of the late Mr. Morgan Ryan and Mrs. D. Ryan, of 'Winifred Villa,' Gundagai, Winnie Ryan grew up amongst the people of the place, was educated here at the local Convent school, and was in every way a model girl. Max-i-ying Mx\ John Roche, of Muttamc, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Roche, late of Nan angi-oe, and now at Bondi, deceased and her husband made their home on a pastoral propex-ty at Muttama, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 24 September 1928

AT HOMEBUSH TO DAY.I ' ? - THE SHEEP MARKET. fj ? V Sheep . at noon to-day were | unaltered. j CATTLE VALUES. j Values for prime cattle wre !?! unaltered. || MAIZE VALUES. | The price of maize in Sydney jjj] to 4/3 per bushel. X

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