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"WE STOOD ON THE BRIDGE AT MID-DAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
'WE STOOD ON THE BRIDGE AT MID-DAY.' AS GUNDAGAI WAS THIRTY YEARS AGO. The above photo was taken just on 30 years ago. It was snapped one day when three men who loomed large in the public eye made a somewhat historic pilgrimage to the bridge end and 'christened' the new structure. Those three men were Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, of Mingay; Mr. W. A. Robinson, 'of Abingdon, and Mr. W. H. Sibthorpe ('Sibby'), of Gundagai — all now dead. The big bridge had just been rebuilt, and the temporary one — higher up the stream, towards the racecourse — had been dismantled. When the bridge was taken over, none of the men in public positions in town, took steps to celebrate the event. At mid-day one Saturday, nearly 30 years ago, the three 'gentlemen . mentioned, accompanied by an 'Independent' rep., walked on to the--bridge, a bottle of champagne was broken, and an opening ceremony was gone through. The above photo was taken later on in -the day. It was snapped from South Gundagai, and^ it will be not...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
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LAUGHTER AND TEARS WOMAN WEPT WHILE MOVIE AUDIENCE LAUGHED TRAGIC MESSAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
LAUGHTER AND TEARS WOMAN WEPT WHILE MOVIE AUDIENCE LAUGHED TRAGIC MESSAGE On the screen in Sydney on Mon- | day (says the 'Daily Telegraph Pic torial') a Hollywood comedian was moving an audience of women and children to laughter, and tears of laughter ? Behind the screen, in the mana ger's office, a woman was sobbing her heart away in the face of tragedy — As she 'wept the laughter and music went on, ignorant of the pathos and mockery of it ? s Thus did tragedy stalk into the Majestic Picture Theatre, Sydney, on Monday afternoon. In the middle of a comedy film a notice was suddenly flashed on to the screen : — 'Miss Potter, please call r mana ger's office — urgent.' As an anxious woman hurried to the office, the threads of the 'come dian's buffoonery were taken up again by the audience. They laughed, wept with laughter. And, in the office, Miss Potter's friend was breaking the news of the fatal accident, in which her brother, Peter, had been the victim.
WHERE'S THE MISSUS? MAGISTRATE HARRISON AND THE PUBLICAN-TO-BE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
? ? ? 1 WHERE'S THE MISSUS ? aimiiiiiiiimiitiitiiiittiiiiiiiiitiimmiitmiitiiiiitiimiiiiniiM MAGISTRATE HARRISON AND THE PUBLICAN-TO-BE. When Albert Richards, applying for the transfer from P. J.°Lynch of the license of the Oddfellows' Arms Hotel, Young, explained to Licens ing Magistrate Harrison, on Thurs day, why he had told the police he was a married man when he was not. the P. M. was perplexed Richards said he lived with his young lady at Randwick, Sydney, and was going to be married before the application came before that court. In his statement he therefore said he was a married man. But just be fore the marriage the young lady was taken ill, so it had be be post poned. 'Had the date for the marriage been fixed?' asked the magistrate. ' j.ne applicant; inu. The magistrate: Then how can you say the lady was taken ill two or three days before the marriage, when the date was not even fixed?' The applicant: Can't you be mar ried at 24 hours' notice? The magistrate: I don't know; ...
SUPPORT FOR SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
SUPPORT FOR SCOUTS This week there is good hews for the parents and guardians who are interested in the Boy Scouts, and those others whose boys are only old enough for Cubs, insomuch that at a meeting of the parents and support ers' committee of the Boy Scouts movement, last Friday night, the committee were fortunate in secur ing the capable services of Mrs. Hunnings to act as Wolf Cub Mis tress. Mrs. Hunnings is an enthusi ast for the movement, rind has a natural ability, combined with a big heart full of love for giving a helping hand to assist in the mould ing of these 'young hopefuls' into the men their parents would wish them to be. The foundation for honor, obedience and loyalty thus being firmly established at such an early age, as they become too old for the Cubs, they will naturally en ter to the Boy Scouts, and hence, a i continuity of the Scout Troop in I our district is assured through the Wn If P.nhc The meeting also forwarded a letter to the -general secretary for the ...
IN THE GAZETTE TENDERS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
IN THE GAZETTE TENDERS RECEIVED The following tenders have been received for Public Works Depart ment jobs: — Murrumburrah-Harden District Hospital. — Erection of nur ses' quarters: J. F. Burns, Coota mundra £1816 (lowest) ; J. E. Gillett, £1898; F. Mitchell, £1941; D. E. Foster, £1971; E. R. Greenfield, £200D; A. G. Brown, £2025; L. C. Lee, £2195/18/9. ? ? ' ? Gundagai District Hospital. — In- stallation of electric light and power in main and out buildings: Harold Worthington, Sheridan-street, Gunda gai (lowest), £135; Building Con struction, £189; J. Bakewell, £191/ 17/-; Julius Colin and Co., £199/17/ 6; Commonwealth Electrical Con., Co., £220; Riverina Electric, £263/ 9/3. ? ? ? Forbes Police Buildings and Court House. — Installation of eltectric light: H. Worthington, Sheridan street, Gundagai (lowest), £144/10; C. J. Orr, £218; Julius Colin and Co., £230/17/6; L. H. Ralph, £238/ 18/6; Building Construction, £239; J. B. Kidd, £268/19/-; Common wealth Electrical Con. Co., £273/...
"IT'S YOUR BABY" MINISTER WON'T OWN IT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MUST KEEP GOING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
'IT'S YOUR BABY' ? ? ? ? MINISTER WON'T OWN IT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MUST KEEP GOING A few weeks back Gundagai Hos pital Committee, finding itself' in troubled financial waters, resigned in a body. The Minister was invited to accept the committee's resignation, but he has declined to do so — in effect he says to the Committee, 'It's your baby.' , Under the Act the present com mittee must carry on until it is re placed by another, and it is still in office. At its next monthly meeting the committee will a train wrestle with financial problems, and find ways and means. We believe that if the Hospital controllers appeal to the public in the old way they will not be turned down.
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
POLITICAL PIPS Two Nationalist organisers — a lady and a gent — are at work in Gunda gai, in the interests of Jack f Garry. ? ? ? . The Nationalists are becoming sporty. The new member for Coogee, Mr. J. Dunningham, is a bookmaker. ? * » A. L. Fisher, one of the leaders of the unemployed at Christchurch (N.Z.), has gone to gaol for six weeks for stealing part of the pro ceeds of a recent concert held there in aid of the unemployed. 9 9 9 r reuuer jjuvui o ouu nao uccn pointed Crown Prosecutor. The son of Loxton, K.C., has received a similar job. The dads of the two lads were colleagues in the Fuller Ministry, but were never pally 9 9 9 The basic wage in N.S.W., Ins suddenly been thrown into the meltr ing pot According to the position adduced before the Basic Wage Com mission this week, the wages should be £3/14/-, not £4/5/-. But whether this reduction of 11/- will operate has been referred to Parliament by the Commission, as a knotty point of | interpretation is involved.
NAUGHTON—KELEHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
NAUGHTON— KELEHER. The beautiful wedding of Miss Mary Keleher, B.A., of Brisbane, with Mr. C. Naughton, of Tumut, was the first ceremony to be solemnised with Nuptial Mass and full choral accompaniment in St. Mary's Cathe dral, Sydney, since its solemn open ing by His Eminence, Cardinal | Cerretti. Re'v. Father Cornelius Hanley, of Tweed Heads, came especially to Sydney to perform the ceremony, al though he had made the long fivehun dued mile journey only last week from the Congress functions. | The bride's frock was of finest | lace and her simple veil was of Lim | erick lace. Her sister, Miss Cather ine Keleher, B.A., wore a lovely French frock of peach pink. . She was attended by Mr..Neill Osborne. After the. ceremony Mrs. Keleher en tertained forty guests at 'The Wal dorf.' The rev. chairman, in paying a tribute to the bride and bride groom, commented on the unique as sembly of talent among the friends of thp hride who Vinrl fnme fvnm +Vip four corners of the State. There were p...
"TAR, HERE!" A SPEEDWAY FROM COOLAC TO TUMBLONG. BITUMEN ROAD TO BE PUT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
'TAR, .HERE !' A SPEEDWAY FROM COOLAC TO TUMBLONG. BITUMEN ROAD TO BE PUT DOWN. To-day official word came along that the Main Roads Board had ap-. proved of the proposal to' put down a 15ft. bitumen road from Coolac to Tumblong. The work will be carried out by the firm of John Fowler and Co., and they will commence operations al most immediately, probably making Gundagai their head-quarters. Tne nrst strip mat win oe ueaii, with will be Sheridan-street, but only a strip down the centre of the street will be done — if the whole width of the street is treated the Shire will have to do it. The cost of a bitumen road will run to £500 per mile. At the end of 18 months it has to be recoated — the cost being £350 per mile. There afte,r the road has to get a fresh coat every two years, costing £250 per mile.
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
GENERAL NEWS. In 182§, only 170,000 newspapers were sold weekly in Great Britain. The number at present exceeds 75,000,000 weekly. mm 9 T. McGrory, one of the foremost Soccer football players in Scotland, recently refused £8000 to play for a certain club in Glasgow for the next three seasons. * * * The Columbia Company in Eng land, which makes graphaphones and discs for them, made a financial year, and paid its shareholders 60 per cent. » * ♦ At the Colombe Stadium in Paris last month, Cator, st native of the West Indies island of Haiti, created a long-jump record by going 26ft. at his second attempt. * * * Nicanor Villahalla, the champion bull-fighter in Spain, who has been at the game for over 20 years, re tired in July last, after he had killed his 1000th bull. ? ? a After paying all debts, Caruso's will was proved in New York last July at 850,000 dollars net (£170, 000). Half of it goes to his daugh ter Gloria; the remainder will be cut up among nearly 50 beneficiaries. * * The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
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HEAD BLOWN OFF FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
HEAD BLOWN OFF ?MiitiimiiMsirmtmtitiitiaiiiiiimiiiitiiiiitiimiiimiinsiitiiiii FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION With a terrific explosion, i;lie boiler 'of a steam tractor exploded at Stony Crossing, Victoria, on Tuesday. Edward Barry had his head blown off, and his brother Joseph, who was with him, was frightfully injured, one arm was torn from its socket, and his head and body badly injured. Stony Crossing is on the Wakool River, about 20 miles from Swan Hill. The two brothers had gone' to the tractor at the riverside to pump water when the explosion occurred. It was heard two miles away. The pump was blown to frag ments, and when a! neighbor named xuoiicu wu mc occne ne saw Edward Barry's head smashed to pulp and lying some distance from the mutilated body. Joseph Barry was lying nearby un conscious. His clothes ha'd been torn from his body, and ? one of his arms torn away. He was taken to hospital, but is not expected to recover. j The dea'i man leaves a wife and two childi'en.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
iNEW PHAETON ) T^HE skilful body design of the new Phaeton stresses every inch of its length. £ ~ Its low lines reflect speed and stability. The seat cushions give adequate |v leg support, and the back cushions are moulded for the body. Behind the IB neat wheel one acquires a new relish for the daylong drive. W SPEED — Better than a mile a minute, ( ACCELERATION— 5 to 25 miles per hour in high gear in 8£ seconds. ENDURANCE — 50 miles per hour with out strain on motor or chassis. RIDING COMFORT — Comfortable travel ? at high speed over the roughest road. ROAD ABILITY — Holds snugly to the ? road on an unbanked turn, at high speed. J POWER — In deep, loose sand, from a -dead stop, the car will turn in a tight circle without eifort. EFFECTIVE BRAKING — Mechanical, ? if four-wheel brakes ensure positive brak- Hi ing for any emergency. Br POSITIVE STEERING CONTROL— A ?= W relaxed hand holds the car steady in B sand and over bumpy roads. Turning |k radius 17 feet. 11' ECONOMY — 2? to 30 m...
ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
ON THE LAND Mr. T. Richards, Gobarralong, finished shearing yesterday. His clip was an axcellent one — 50 per cent, better than last season. j, * * Landers anid O'Grady 'have left their show on Hanlon's property at Muttama, and are trying country on Messrs. Last Bros.' » * * A mob of 400 mixed cattle passed through Gundagai this week from Harefield to Braidwood. F. W. Leahy was the owner, and H. Smith was in charge. . ? « What will grazing rights of Gun dagai racecourse for the next 12 | months bring at auction next Sat 1 urday? Rain before the time of I sale will make a big difference in the ' price. ? ? ? Best grade of rabbit skins were slightly easier at Sydney sales yes terday. Others were lid to 2d per lb. dearer. Outgoing sold to 8/6 and racks to 4/5 per lb., so Winchcombe Carson wire us. ? ? ? Messrs. T. A. Wilkinson and Co., report having sold to Mr. John El liott, the well-known Gundagai P.P. Board director, the 1100 acre pro perty at Brungle, known as 'Avinex,' and owned b...
MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928
MOTOR NOTES After fiVe months of adventurous travelling round the whole of the Australian coastline during which about' 11,000 miles have been covered, the MacRobertson expedition com pleted its journey on Wednesday, September 12tK, when it arrived at Parliament House, Melbourne, punc tually at noon. The two '7-ton six wheeled Karrief Dunlop-shod trucks, named 'Bourke' and 'Wills' which had ? been used throughout the long journey, heralded their approach through the city streets by music from their wireless set with which they had entertained the outback people along the route. The tour was organised by Hr. Macpherson Rob ertson and commenced on April 12th, when the party, of 11 departed from Melbourne. The expedition was in charge of Mr. W. Dunkerley, and the route taken was via Adelaide, Port Augus ta, Tarcoola, Deakin, Eucla, Kal goorlie, Perth, Marble Bar, Port Headland, Condon, Broome, Derby, Hall's Creek, Wave Hill, Katherine, Daly Waters, Newcastle Waters, An thony's Lagoon, ...