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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 — 27 September 1928

?????*? ? M ?? M ? ? ? » » ? iRiiiaaiiiiiaoiiiiiiaiiniiiik f My tady 's Corner. I SPECIAL READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' j I SOCIAL GOSSiP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS I „ (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') - i - SOgAL GOSSIP^ 6 ; Notice in a Bega paper. where Mr. and :Mrs. 'Cameron, marne~d . recent ly,;in Sydney, came back 'by steamer to'',Tathra last week. : Tatihra is Bega's wonderful seaport — a place.' where the oystei-s are big: and - sharks. chase fat woirien. ' The Mr. Cameron referred to was at one-time in Gun dagai branch of the N.S.W. Bank. By the way, the honeymoon couple had an Eden to the last, the steamer in which they braved 'the briny to get home to the land of butter milk and cheese was named after the place where Eve gave Adam the glad eye. ♦ * * A bride coming home to Argalong, the mountainous settlement back o' Tumut, is Mrs. A. E. McDonnell. She was, prior to last week, Miss Carrie Bennett, of Molong. The groom has been an Argal'ongite for many years. ? ? ' '? ? Caugh...

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

fWe Deliver Orders In All Weadxers! ? I If you find it inconvenient to come dcrtf n totfn to make your purchases, I *? ^ C\\j- tCe will send a messenger to ;?our Home xflith the desired article. ~A Orders received o^er our pKont iJill tx at- iS^ ^EVH I tended to immediately «nd dejpttcked per ' / U &1I messenger «s rapidly as circumstances permit. il;. ' V IH Deliveries will be mad* at all times of the d*$ and in aD If A I IB IB VeatKen. ?) Remember, wken you need any article that a Q r| JWmU , demist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 anj Icrri'; ^l|S kafi it delivered. No charge is made for delivery. 11 |:jc~J i I As Near as Your Telephone U II R. R. KNOX, M.p.s.,ph.c I— y CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN, § GUNDAGAI B — ?'?''''''''MnriiiiMriMnfiTiiiiiiiiwniii1'™'™ ALEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC THE BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AN D COLD BATHS ! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED...

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A SPRING WEDDING FEASTING IN THE BLOSSOM HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

A SPRING WEDDING FEASTING IN THE BLOSSOM HOME At Nuptial Mass, celebrated by. the Rev. Father P. . Treacy, :at- ?SV 'Pat rick's Church yestermorn Miss Flor-' ence Mary, youngest daughter of Mr/ and Mrs. Martin McCormack, of Bul ga Hut, Gundagai, wed Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Eccleston, of South Gundagai. The bride entered the church on her father's arm, wearing a dainty frock of white crepe-de-chene and silver lace. Her tulle veil she wore, m'ob-c&p fashion, fastened with, oi'ange blossoms. Over her wedding apparel the bride wore her Chill of Mary cloak. She also wore the groom's gift, a gold wristlet watch, and carried a bouquet of Arum lilies and ferns. . - The bride's sister, Elsie, was brides maid, and was frocked in Madonna blue crepe-de-chene, burnt-straw hat, with georgette brim, flowers to tone. ? A bouquet of sweet peas and ferns, was carried by the bridesmaid; The maid wore the bridegroom's gift, a string of pearls. - The mother of the bride was gown ed in nav...

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

SPECIAL PATTERNS; j 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 I illustration is provided. Our . j Pattern Service covers j 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/G each. ' i — at— awaw— — a— — — an— m Cdited,- Printed, and Published by Patrick Sullivan, Byron-street, Gundsgai. *

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

Mr. and Mrs. T. Kenhard, of Wai mate (N./Z.), who were both born there, celebrated the 65th anniver sary of their marriage last month. Ortly one child — a son — was born to ..them ^ but 41 of their descend ants assembled at the anniversary 'A- few days later, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mills also, celebrated 'the anniversary .ofi their marriage, . the' ~ function, ?winch' Avas held at Tokamarro (which is about 80 miles south of Waimate) -yas ? witnessed; ,b,y no fewer than 94 of tiieir'; 126 descendants, . - ?? ? ? / 1

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

PROMPT WOOL SELLING If you are, desirous of returns without ;delEy',.. at to, p market rates, send your wool to: — ' AUSTRALIAN WOOL BROKERS AND PRODUCE EXPORTERS LTD :V ;.Y SATISFACTION ASSURE.!).: . FORWARD A FEW BALES AND TRY OUT OUR SELLING ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 1 1 1 1 II ? ? ? ? I Fill in below: ' The -Manager,- Australian ^ooj Brokers Y and' ,'^P^cJ jjice'r, iExpprters \Ltd., Exp'orters L i f Adyar House, Bligh Street, Sydney. Please forward particulars of prompt wool selling and waybills, etc., to: NAME ? '.. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 ' ADDRESS' . . . . /. .' J ? :;.e ? I ' TO STAND THE SEASON AT NANGUS And travel the surrounding districts^. The well-known Clydesdale Stallion,, TRUE BARON SIRE: Baron Belmont (imp.) ; g sire, Baron of Bucklycie (11263), by Baron's Pride (9,122) ; 1st dam' Agnata (17475), by Sir Christopher (10286); 2nd dam Nancy, by Wi'l liamswood (8391); 3rd dam Victoria, ?by Mc Vicar (5204). DAM: Kate (inip.) from New Zea land, by Clan MacDonald; 1st dam Young Jeannie II...

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STRIKER SLASHES WITH RAZOR [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

STRIKER SLASHES WITH RAZOR A farmer, George Gorman, was slashe'd on both arms by a striker, with a razor, at Bowen, Queensland, last night, serious wounds being in flicted. The alleged assailant was pursued by other farmers, and hand ed ove,r to the police. Subsequently Joseph Grearley, a water-side woi'k er, was cha.Srged with assault.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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RESIDENTIAL LEASE TERMS EXTENDED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

RESIDENTIAL LEASE TERMS EXTENDED The terms of the following resi dential leases have been extended: — Parish of Adelong, county of Wynyard; residential lease 1911-3; portions 670, 671, and 672 of 11 acres 15 perches ex race; lessee, Thomas Henry Matthews; extended term of the lease, 18th February, 1928, to 17th February, 1942; an nual rental, £1/13/3. This' lease is subject to the following special con dition: 'Protection is to be afforded the water race.' 1 Parish of Adelong, county of Wyn residential lease 1906-3; portion 999 of 20 acres; lessee, William Romans; I extended term of lease, 4th Septem ber, 1928, to 3rd September, 1935; j annual rental, £3.

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THE LITTLE DOCTORS' IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

THE LITTLE DOCTORS' IDEAS The Minister for Health Dr. Arthur, replying to a' deputation, said he favored a tax on amusements for hospital purposes, but he did not think private contributions should be abandoned.

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With the Man on the Land [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

With the Man on the Land No meeting of Gundagai P.P. ? Board will be held this month, owing to all the directors being engaged in shearing operations. m m ' Mr. C. D. Allman went away to Sydney yesterday to attend the an nual conference, of Pastures Boards secretaries. * ? ♦ Gundagai district cattle topped Homebush market on Monday. ~ A line of 18 bullocks, consigned by Mr. Oliver Osborne, Coolac, sold to £18/18/-, and averaged £15/6/4. Gundagai sheep were also well up in the market. On ac. Mr. T. G. McKinney .Abingdon, 93 wethers averaged 30/10, and 74 sold at 32/ 4. Ac. B. Minter, Carinya, 46 cbk ewes averaged 31/4, 79 do sold at 29/10, 45 xbred suckers at 19/7, and 22 xbred hoggets at 27/7. On ac. P. Davidson, Gundagai, 89 shorn wethers made 21/8. * * * A four year old beef-shorthorn bullock, which brought £40 at Bal chutha (N.Z.) last month, weighed 14531b. dressed. ? r * At Hilston (Eng.) last July, 47 Guernsey heifers realised £3948 (an average of £84 per cow), and 55 dairy sh...

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COLLERY MEN AGREE TO COAL REDUCTION PRICE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

COLLERY MEN AGREE TO COAL REDUCTION PRICE The Northern colliery proprietors have accepted the Government's pro posals for re-stabilising the coil in dustry, by reducing the selling price by 1/- per ton. :

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BRUCE KEEPS STIFF BACK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

BRUCE KEEPS STIFF BACK The Prime Minister announced at Canberra last night that licensing regulations of the Transport Act. would be applied at Melbourne, Bris bane, Adelaide and Freeman tie.

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"BAVIN" THE WAY RELIEVING INDUSTRY OF UNNECESSARY BURDENS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

'BAVIN' THE WAY RELIEVING INDUSTRY OF UNNE CESSARY BURDENS If endeavor to remove the burdens placed upon industry by past legis lation is commendable, then the ac-j tion of the Bavin-Buttenshaw Gov ernment in that direction must meet with the approval of the pubilc. The Ministry has been faced with the dif ficult task of preserving the good qualities inherent in such measures as Child Endowment and Workers' Compensation, whilst at the same time removing the harmful incidence of those Acts on industry. The heavy scale of premiums payable under Workers' Compensation wafe fixed in the first instance because of the impossibility -of determining just where the risks of employers began and where they ended. Amendment of the Act gave some measure of x taci IU Hiuuoiij, uut caj^ciiciiv;c nas shown , that further amendment is necessary. This session, it is expect ed, action will be taken to define more clearly the risks and obligations of the employer, and thus remove all doubt as to what pr...

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Witness-Worship-Work News for the Neverwazzers. No Use for Usterbees. Clarion Call to Christians. Missioners Make Sensible Synopsis. THE OPEN AIR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

Witness - Worship - Work News for- the Neverwazzers. No Use for Usterbees. Clarion Call to Christians. Missioners Make Sensible Synopsis. . THE OPEN AIR SERVICE { Some 180 souls assembled in the main street on Saturday night for a ' mission service. This followed a ( liturgical form. The Rector pre sented. The Registrar read the les son and the Organising Secretary ' preached. Rev. Robertson, speaking |on the text, 'What shall I do with Jesus?' said he took it for granted , that those who were listening to him i believed that Jesus, who came to this | earth 1900 years ago, was the Divine i Son of God. There were few men in the world who really disbelieved iu religion. They were careless and indifferent; but most, if not all, men sprit, fnv thpir nrifist nr narson when j death drew near. Believing then ? that Jesus was God, the question be ' came 'What shall I do with God and Religion?' There were' two things . they could do. They could either, like the Jews of old, reject God and re...

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SCHOOL SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

SCHOOL SPORT. The football season in Gundagai will wind up with the playing of the final in the Seymour Cup (schools competition). The Convent school has a points lead, but the rules pro vide for a final to be phiyed. ? I

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

Spring; 1928 a b ta m m h b gs b m n h a b ? m m b ? b b ? b b b m m m b b b b b b b b b »®3izir . SPRING STYLES | A .UNIQUE DISPLAY of | | Spring and Summer Novelties | is now on view in our Mantle, Millinery, and Dress Depart- x | ments. The collection em- [jjj 111 braces all the newest and |||J I latest ideas in Fabrics, and, | | as thes& are confined to us for j Gundagai, an early visit to x I this interesting display will be J! Ill appreciated. |||| . * | OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM j | Presents the most attractive | ' | collection of Frocks, Coats, g | Suits and Sports Wear ever assembled in Gundagai. ? in - ? - I ? : v OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF SPRING MILLINERY ?BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Spring 1928 BBBBBBBBflBflBBBflBBBflflBBflflBBBBflBBBflflflBBBB; - w.c. STRIBLEY, I ? ? ' | ' ' ' MERCHANT, ' | Gundagai ' - ? ' I ? ; I . ^ ^ ? -V V: ?? ? '? .? '? .

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LATEST CITY NEWS. THE NEW CRIMES BILL LASH FOR RAZOR SLASHERS GAOL FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. iiiiiHitiimiiMimiiiniiiiiMiMiimiiimmitiiuiHiinMiim THE NEW CRIMES BILL LASH FOR RAZOR SLASHERS GAOL FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS SYDNEY, To-day. The Crimes Bill which was introd- { uced into the Leglisative Council last night, promises for floggings for razor slashers and bottle throwers. The Bill also empowers a judge to impose six months imprisonment on any person found carrying a razor without a lawful purpose. ^ Up to six months gaol or a £50 fine, or both, is provided for drunk en drivers and the cancellation of licenses for any period. Woman shoplifters will not be en titled to benefits of the first offenders' privilege of trial, in camera.

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MONDAY NIGHT'S RALLY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

MONDAY NIGHT'S RALLY About a hundred folk gathered in St. John's Hall on Monday night for a final rally. The Rev. S. G. Davis presided and said that, the many who did not know previously now knew what a Home Mission Festival was. Some people had looked upon it from a sordid point of view and had pro phesised a money-raising stunt. He now asked them in all seriousness, could any money value be placed upon the work done by the . Mission ers among the young people? This Mission had come at a time that had been a great help to him. He al ways considered that one cf the greatest difficulties in Church work was the amount of truth not used; and these Missioners had clearly giv en various aspects of the truth as held by the church. He was sure his listeners had all met the type of wealthy person who really lived in poverty, because they did not use their wealth.1 There were many peo ple in the church in the same po sition; they lived in spiritual pover ty because they did not avail ''them-...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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SUNDAY'S SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

SUNDAY'S SERVICES The weather on Sunday was hu manly vicious, but despite 'this the attendances at all services were good. There were celebrations of Holy Communion at Gundagai, South Gundagai and Coolac. The 11 o'clock service at bt. John s was choral. The Communion Office was sung to Merbecke's music, and well sung in view ? of the short notice the rather junior choir had received. The Rev. C. S. Robertson preached. At the 11 a.m. service on Sunday morning the Rev. C. S. Robertson took as his text the words of our Lord to his disciples just before the Ascension. it is expedient ior you that I go away, for if I go not away the Comforter will not come unto you.' He showed the differ ence in the Apostles after they had received the power from on high through the 'coming of the Holy Spirit. Beforehand they had failed our Lord utterly, afterwards they were fille;l with devotion, a zeal and a power not their own.' The majori ty of Christian people to-day were inclined to forget the fact...

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Shooting at Crows MAN MEETS HIS DEATH Brother Finds the Corpse [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

Shootinq at Grows MAN MEETS HIS DEATH llltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIHttlllllllllllltlltllllllltlllllllllllllllllllltlltllllllllllttlltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllltlllllllHIIIIUIlMI Brother Finds the Corpse Coroner Weekes, on Monday after noon, held an inquiry as to the cause of death of Mr. Peter Potter, of Jackalas, South Gundagai, who was found dead at his residence, earlier in the 'day by his brother, Mr. J. E. Potter. Sergeant Dyce deposed: About 9.30 a.m., to-day, I went to Jack alas, in reponse to a 'phone ring. Mr. T. Lindley' rang me to say Mr. Peter Potter had been found dead at his house, with a gun lying 'near the body. I went to deceased's home, in company with Dr. Byrne, and the Coroner. Saw -body of deceased ly ing on its back, about 30ft. from the house, near the garden corner. I examined the body, and found a hole ? i i ' t . r j-t- _ _t_ J ? A in*xne leit siae 01 tne auuumeiu a double, -barrel breach-loading gun, (produced) was lying about '3 feet from the bo...

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