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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

Never had to buy .- eggs for 4 years IN such practical terms a ' back yarder enthusiastically expresses his appreciation of Karswood Poul try Spice. Here is a copy of the actual ___ letter ' Dear Sir, -SeVi .jfiiji As a backyard \ V^ML Pou'try keeper I would like to say what a great bene j jyjy fit I have derived ^ 1] from the constant 1/ pT use of your Kars _ ,\i' wood Poultry Spice. Though I only keep on an aver- . age of from twelve to twenty hens, alu79VC P T DdMc T ? ' *? liuucauy £-ay that in the four years that I have kept fowls and used your spice I have never had to buy eggs, but have always had ! enough to keep a family of five in all they need, preserve enough for use all the year round, and in the winter time to sell enough eggs to more than pay for the upkeep of the birds.' (Signed) R. J. KELLY. Ill Walpole Street, Kew, Victoria. KARSWOOD POULTRY SPICE is obtainable at all stores at the follow ing prices: Jib. packet, 1/-; lib. packet, 2/-; 71b. tin, 13/-; 141b. t'n 25/...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

The Start e£ & New Clip There is no doubt that the health of. .sheep has a great influence on the condition of wool. - The Qfcist, use of VITA LICK, property applied, not only keeps sheep healthy, but supplies the mineral salts so deficient in Australian soils. By keeping sheep healthy . and- supplying this mineral uenciency, you can start your clip well and keep it growing satisfactorily till next shearing. 'D' Formula Cor Dry Feed 'G' Formula lor Green Fe d VITA ' LICK LIMITED Stock Lick Specialists 107 Kent Street r SYDNEY . 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 Accident. DISTRICT SUB-AGENTS, A.M.P. LIFE INSURANCE. MACHINERY AGENCIES. Sole District Agent for: MASSEY-HARRIS Renowned P'arm Machinery, Binder Twine, Oil...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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WAS HE FAVORED? BILLABONG SUB-STATION ALL COST PAID BY MR. BEVERIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

WAS HE FAVORED ? BILLABONG SUB-STATION ALL COST PAID BY MR. BEVER IDGE. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday the Minister for Works and Railways, Mr. Buttenshaw, replied to questions asked by Mr. Ken Hoad (Labor) regarding the supply of electricity from Burrinjuck to Mr. J. W. C. Beveridge, at Billabong Station, near Gundagai. The Minister said that the whole of the cost of the connection from the main sub-station erected for the Junee waiter supply, to Mr. Bever idere's residence, is to be 'paid bv him. In addition, the current sup plied is charged at the following rates: — For the first 120 units per quarter 10. per unit; the next 120 ! units per quarter, 5d. per unit; all over 240 units per quarter, 2i per unit. The Minister added that the de partment was quite prepared to al low other settlers to connect to the system on similar terms and con ditions provided that satisfactory agreement can be negotiated. A question as to whether the same terms and conditions had been offered ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

[?] » SATURDAY, SEPT. 29. If you wish to have a night of fun and frolic and something that will laugh your hat off, just come and see these 2 big fun-makers that are to be shown this Saturday. Star No. 1: Wallace Beery and Ford Stirling in a Paramount special Comedy-Drama: 'CASEY AT THE BAT' If we were to tell you what it is all about, we would spoil it. But we ask you to come and see it, then you'll thank yourself that you did. Nuff sed! Star No. 2: Johnny Hines in a rip-roaring comedy ' WHITE PANTS WILLIE' He's a ladies' man, and you should see what he does to b,e popular. He's a polo player and how he plays will make you wonder. ? ? ' * . * A Also EMPIRE NEWS AND SCENIC v '[???????????? WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3. — Helen Costello and Wesley Barijy in 'IN OLD KENTUCKY,' a racing drama of the best. Also Lillian Hall Davis in 'MARRIED LOVE' by Dr. Marie Stopes, author of 'Birfch Control.' SATURDAY, Oct. 6. — Syd Chaplin in 'THE MISSING LINK,' a . com edy that will laugh your hat off. Also '...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUNDAGAI'S JOHN BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

GUNDAGAI'S JOHN BROWN. He Whispers a Few Instructions to his Jockey Two of 'his 'March Along' sto ck will challenge Mollison on Saturday

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARNESSED AT TEMORA EX-GUNDAGAI BANK MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

HARNESSED AT TEMORA EX-GUNDAGAI BANK MANAGER Mr. V. Lawrence, late Union Bank manager at Gundagai, was soon har nessed for work at Temora. A few days after he left us, he was ap pointed hon. treas. of the Temora Hospital committee. Mr. Lawrence said he was pleased to accept the position, and returned thanks for the confidence reposed in him. He had ha»d considei'a.ble ex perience on hospital committees. He would endeaVor to do his best in the interests of the Temora Hospital, which was in a much better condition financially than the Gundagai hos pitsl. Later on, after making a presen tation to Mr. Griffith, the manager whom Mr. Lawrence suceeded, Mr. Bradley proposed the health of Mr. Mr. Lawrence, about whom he hs!d read glowing accounts in the Gun dagai papers. He considered, that Temora was fortunate in having a! gentleman of his sterling qualities to take on the duties of Treasurer of the hospital, which had been so ef ficiently 'discharged by Mr. Griffith. He hoped that Mr. and...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSED HER DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

MISSED HER DATE. ?' 'Do you love me, Edna?' 'Love you, Bill! — better'n any man on earth' 'Have a heart — I ain't Bill.' ''Struth, I must be potty. I keep thinking this is Thursday.' By permission of 'The Bulletin')

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUMUT MR. JOHN WEEDEN DIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

TUMUT ? ? ...M.iiiiitiMtiiiiiiiiititiiHiiiiHitiiiiitiiniHiiia MR. JOHN WEEDEN DIES. = Sixty-eight years in Tumut was Mr. Jack Weeden, when the final siimmons came yesterday. He was a landmark in Tumut district, and Weeden's store was for years much more than a merf. : business cencern — it was a finav-'al institution, for John Weeiefi financ ed many of the early settlers. He watched Tumut grow, from'-a small out of the way place to a town ad judged the prettiest in the State. He was 85 years of a!ge at the- time of his death, and leaves a grown-up ' family and a number of grandchil dren. The surviving sons are Messrs. Fred., William, Chefrles and Harold I Weeden. The funeral took place at Tumut to-day. * * * DEAD, AT 86 YEARS. Tumut Plains lost ont of its old pioneering class — when 86-year old Mrs. Atkinson died ti.is week. She was a sister of the Mr. George Clout, Brungle. Her husband pi'e deceased her. * * * WELL HANDLED Sergeant Vallins, our police head, who ha'd charge of the r...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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INSIDE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

* INSIDE INFORMATION. ' second: 'Ji.-l say to youraelj you 11 win and you wri.i. win. Kid to yourself you unnerstan 'Possum: ''Ao good, boss. I know what a plurry liar I ami' (By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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BATLOW CEMETERY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

BATLOW CEMETERY The following trustees have been gazetted : — | ^The portion of the General Cem etery at Batlow, dedicated 22nd. November, 1870, set apart for Pres byterian Burial Ground : — Messrs. 1 William Edward Jones, Albert Henry Skein and George Thomas Skein (in the places of the Moder ator and the Clerk of the Presbyter ian General Assembly, resigned, and Mr. J. Lillico (removed). The portion of the genenl ceme etery at Batlow, dedicated 22nd. November, 1807, set apart for Pres byterian Burial Ground (ad-ditio).: — The Minister of the Congregation for the time being, and Messrs. George Mowat, Thomas James Rog ers, James Keenan, Gavan Mowat, William Edward Jones, Albert Hen ry Skein and'1 George Thomas Skein.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BRIDE IS HONORED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

THE BRIDE IS HONORED The Children of Mary presented the- bride with a handsome pair of mother-p'-peerl rosary beads, and: esli^aineti hei£.af !'the\ CQgyei^v011' l^Mayr;0y-nm^wKeii.. d Vgrjj^jfrea-; The Bulga Hut T.erinis Cmj/^fcgn dered the bride an evening last Sun day at Mrs. Duffy's place, and pre-_ sented ^her .with ^ 'sa'la'd jservice^. ? ? t~- } ? 7! ; -.„- ~ r 'J After all the great tSlk — by therii selves — of the great prosperity of U.S.A., Frank. Morrison, the head Labor official there, told? ;a4 ; Labor gathering last month that the number of unemployed in their country was not less than: 3, 000, 00Q. -. 'This,' he_ -added, 'meaijs that ab~p,ut U5j'00,000 of our 118,000,000 are hot ' always assured of food or shelter.'

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BRUCE PASHA AND MANDARIN PAGE; ALSO HUGHES EFFENDI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

BRUCE PASHA AND MANDARIN, PAGE; ALSO HUGHES EFFENDI Vestey Brothers, who sank a' pile of money in the meat trade at Dar win in 1917 and were frozen out in 1920 ,have an attorney who goes up occasionally to see that the ruins are still there (says the 'Bulletin')* His last report is that there is no pro ductive industry left in those parts, that the people who buired money in that land of 'isolation have most ly lost it, and that they stay on be cause they are too aged to leave. He adds the old postcript that it isn't the country .that is amiss, but the ab sentee management down south. Turkish or Chinese methods of petrification werie never much good, and Bruce Pasha, his henchman Pearce Bey, and his accomplice Man darin Page, are poor specimens of the pioneer or voortrekker. Still, Bruce's predecessor, Hughes Effendi, was worse. A conspiracy of stodge and retrogression keeps the Territory short of railways, roads and wells, and discourages freehold settlement so effectively that onl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

MODISH FROCK. : .... J . ? j 4 w - ? / ?; ? .. ... [?] 6657. — Distinctly modish is this frock, .of self-figured material . trim- ined- with plain. ' Pleats' are let into ' the; skirt-:',and are finished with a tiny' pocket. Material required, three and three-quarter yards of 40-inch. ' ?»*??? To' fit 36-ineh bust. ? Other sizes, 32, 34, 38, 40.— Pape.r pattern, 1/-. '' 'CHIC JUMPER ' ? ' 6974^7— An extremely 'chic jumper, fashioned from figurer or plain mora^ cain. The sash is joined to the right _ side of- the front of the jumper,- and is stitched with the side seam on the left side. Material required, two and three-quarter yards of 40-inch. To fit 36-inch bust. Other sizes, 32, 34, 38, and 40-inch bust. — Paper Pat- / tern, 1/-. * M.;-. ORDER FQRM- ? fg^JSease Forwarij^'^a^.^^^;?v I enclose s , Name, . . ? ? ? ?: s..,' '? ? . j t,-/ ....- ?: I r T i (-Ststtf wh'ptl-iei Mrs.^or' MissO , . ^uii-'. -. . Postal Address ? ? ; Orders' should be addressed to— 'DAME DULCIE,' Inde j Ipdni...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

POLITICAL PIPS Parker Moloney's supporters in Gundagai are looking well after his interests, and are doing 'better roll work than are the supporters of either of the other two candidates. In the photo gallery in Sydney ; Parliament House of men who have occupied the position of Speaker that of Simon Hickey stands out, for the reason that Simon refused to wear the traditional Speaker's wig. The Labor party does not hold with dressing-up their officers in the old style, and in the House of Reps, last week ' 'Texas' Green, of Kalgoorlie, in the course of a speech, said that whatever fripperies were considered necessary in the Old Country, they could be dispensed with to advantage in the United States of America. The representative of that country never used to present himself at Bucking ham Palace ' in court dress, ? said 'Texas.' The people of that demo cratic country were not impressed by, useless displays, of finery. They admired a- plain men like Abraham Lincoln, the rail splitter,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

JUST LOVELY ! ARE Appropriate Words to use when Describing the Wonderful Display of BABY GOODS which RYANS have now on exhibition x £ ? ? ? 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. j SPECIAL care and attention has been paid to | securing articles which would be suitable for j BABY BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, and you will be j charmed and delighted by a visit of inspection . to our SHOW ROOMS. 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. CREAM ...

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WHILE THE BILLY BOILS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

WHILE THE BILLY BOILS Six miles outside the township I threw my swag on the ground and chatted with the long-whiskered horseman who had met me on the road. He was a talkative old chap and seemed in no particular hurry to go anywhere. m 9 9 'D'ye see the remains of that old humpy over thei'e?' he said, pointing to the frame of a house some ' dis tance from the road. I nodded and he proceeded. 'Well, that's where the Parker's used to live. Ever heard of them? No! Oh well, you didn't miss much as they were a miserable crowd and mean as they make them. There were five of them — the mother, three sons and a daughter. The men were too mean .to marry, and the girl had never been asked to link her life with anyone, so they lived together in that humpy and grew spuds, pump kins and other things^ in the ground at the rear. About the humpy they kept a dog that was half starved, a cat that was half starved, and some wretched-looking fowls that were also nan starved, ine rarKers tnemseives looke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

For Infinite Satisfaction TJJ7ATCH the dance of the glistening A ** beads as they rise in the glass to JrL the snowy crest ... the enticing glitter ^|||h of the amber lights . . . the promise of ^^||||^. purity, relish, and refreshment ... and every anticipation is amply fulfilled in the enjoyment of mellow, sparkling 'K.B.' Ifs a TRUE Lager. TOOTH'S Hf KB W - a bruo LAGpft^^ ; 'V Amonfe nourishing, health giving, dishes, there is none more delicious, or more beneficial than FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD served with stewed fruit. The addition of FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD to a dish of fruit provides just that nourishment the fruit lacks, and makes it welcomed by even the most delicate digestions. ^ * Custard ill l jjjjs/ ' needed to repair^ the waste S | : I fmr ff tjjlr f ? f ' ? I treatment in time. You \tfill .If 1 ^ f trrff it ^ realize a new energy, a netf ^ w ^ ^ 0 HSitUm! * ' i°y °f lining and experience j® « i If r i perfect healfh after taking Pj Knox's S^rup of Hppophospkites. A bott...

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REVOCATION OF RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

REVOCATION OF RESERVES The following reserves have been revoked (to take effect 60 days from Sept. 21st last: — An area of 79 acres, parish Chil dowla, reserved from sale and lease under section 228. An area of ' 1189 acres 2 roods, parish Blanch, Gundagai Shire, re served on April 8, 1924. No 3152, of about 40 acres, pal ish Wereboldera, Tumut Shire, re served from sale or lease on Dec. 17, 1883, from sale for camping. Westralia certainly offers settlers with small capital the best land terms in the Commonwealth. The whole of the open wheat country in the Southern Cross district (which aver aged 18 bushels per acre last sea son) may be had for 16/- per acre, and 30/- years to pay up for it. In no case is any part of this district more than 25 miles from, a railway. * * * Lady Loder's white boar Diom odes, which has won 16 championr ships in England during ' the past three years, was weighed at Hor sham (Eng.) last July after he had 'enrnMf fViza nnfll' in Vl 1 « 'T)lO- modes which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

u ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? 2 Wool Sale Factors are of outstanding importance. The disposal of the clip in the best market and its sale by competent men. Sydney is the largest market for wool in the world. The extent of its offer ings attracts buyers from all of the world's manufacturing centres. Success in ffering1 wool on tha t market reaches its maximum when — THE CLIP GOES TO WINCHC0MBE, CARSON Ltd., for sale. 'Winchcombes,' as the firm is so popularly known, earnt their spurs as selling brokers by the effects of hard cap-. - able work in producing top market values. They retain their favor among sheepmen through the same sound cause. At each and every auction they hold they exert themselves to the full to get top rates for every bale they offer. SEND YOUR WOOL TO WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD. Head Office: Winchcombe House, Bridge-street, Sydney. ' - 1 A BANK ACCOUNT gives you power and safety. . Apart from^its positive stimulation of the sense of Thrift a Bank Account simplifies -your operatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

FOUND RETURNED SOLDIER'S MEDAL. No. 48751. Owner can get same at this office. IMPOUNDING NOTICE Impounded at South Gundagai on 22nd Sept. last, by D. Ryan, Mun darlo: — I CHESTNUT MARE, Star, 3 feet white, in foal, no branHs visible. If_not released will be. sold by auc tion at this pound on Thursday, 4th October, 1928. J. BARTON, Poundkeeper. COMING BY THREE SPECIAL TRAINS In all its Glorious Splendpur and Opulent Vastness WIRTH BROS., LTD. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH All new Circus, all new Show, with Waterproof Tents, Men agerie, and huge Elephant herd, opening in GUNDAGAI WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1928 (FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY). USUAL LOCATION Absolute New Company of World's Greatest Artists from England, America and France. The Wonder Show of the Age. All new Animal Acts. In fact everything New. A REAL LIVE SHOW Under the personal supervision of Mr. Philip Wirth, Governing Direc-. tor. This year all new artists from all parts of the world, personally en gaged by Mr. George Wirth, Govern...

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