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WHO SHOULD PAY? RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS REPORT REBATE TO PASTORALISTS QUESTIONED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

WHO SHOULD PAY ? RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS' REPORT REBATE TO PASTORALISTS QUESTIONED The Railway Commissioners in their annual report point out that it has been the practice to allow sub stantial concessions by way of re bate from ordinary rates, in con nection with the transport of stock, fodder, etc., and suggest that, in so doing they have assumed what is properly a function of the Govern ment and that the Government should gravely consider the propri ety of allowing a transport service to continue to bear ja, burden which to that service, taken by itself, rep resents dead /loss, though an un doubted gain to the community. Mr. Buttenshavv states that he wholly agrees with Mr. F. H. Tout, the president of the Graziers' Asso ciation, that the rebates are of vital interest to the pastoral industry and that their abolition would be dis astrous. At the same time, he ap preciates the fact that the Commis sioners have just cause for complaint in so far as they are expected to per form publi...

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

THE TURF The Wagga hurdler Humpty Dump- J ty, who failed at the recent Albury races, is now on the easy list. * * ?, A brown gelding by Two Shot, which, by the way, won a race at Ade laide recently, is named Bang Mang. ? ? ? The colt Admetus, for which 4000 guineas was offered three years back in Brisbane, was sold for 300 guin eas last month to a Queensland squatter as a station sire. * * * Leo. Garry has had another win with Sir Honor. At Gosford on Tuesday the son of Sir Raymont won the Stewards' Mile by a head. He started at 'threes.:' * * . * The four-year-old horse Don Zuni ga, which won the recent big hurdle event at Auteuil (France) 'in re cord time, had another thorough bred's thyroid gland grafted on to it when it was a yearling. W + » Mr. D. F. Ha rvey has 'withdrawn notice of appeal to S.D.R.A. against the decision of the stipendiary stew ards in upholding the protest by the rider of Air Scout in the Second Trial Handicap at Albury recently against his horse Scret Note *...

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

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

Smile Tonight Your teeth are not naturally ' off color' — just film coated MANY heartaches come from ' off colour ' teeth. Teeth that ruin pretty smiles. Now dingy teeth, as dental authorities prove, can be restored to whiteness quickly. It's been found that dingy teeth come simply from a film that forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-time dentifrices did not successfuly clear off. A film that absorbs food discolou rations, etc. Run your tongue across your teeth and you can feel that film now — a slip pery coating covering your teeth. Be neath it are the white teeth you envy often in others. Dentists say the way to remove it is with the new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent. Works wonders on dingy teelh. ktmd* to AmanBo Pg'psacigjvt o'cl everywhere in two sizes 2009 THE NAMB * 'VICTOR' on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itself the most reliable and dependable piano In Australia. y i WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLD ON EASY TERMS PALING'S | 338 GEORGE STREET i S1T PERCY JOYCE...

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

THE INDEPENDENT ? :o: ? THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1928

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

i**'^S'MIAL STORY. ? 1 The F^atal I ? B j bondage I : CHAPTER XII. — (Continued). And then Hugh, remembering the circumstances of his last interview with Guy, _and how he himself had convey the » information of Mr. Lambourne having forsaken Cumber land, felt an increasing apprehension that the wretched fugitivve would make an effort to obtain succour from his only living relative. With what result he must ascertain. The lodge-keeper had no orders against oonveying a letter to his master, and the gentclmean might step inside and write, if he so pleased. And availing himself of the permis sion, Hugh wrote explaining his at tachment to Guy, his firm faith in his innocence, and asking Mr. Lam bourne to grant him an interview for the purpose of going into the matter, collecting fresh evidence which might — indeed, must — shift the guilt on to other shoulders. He explained that should chance direct him to the hid ing-place of his unfortunate friend, he would persuade Guy to 'give him self...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

TOWN TOPICS We had a light frost on Tuesday and another one yesterday morning. ? ? ? Races at Grahamstown on Monday hext. * * * Humphrey Bishop Co. played to ahother big audience in Gundagai on Monday last. ? ? ? Keep it in mind — the Wallace Benefit Concert on Friday, O.ctober 5th. All the best Gundagai artists to help. * * ? Adjutlgbilly went gay on Friday evening last, the occasion being a dance to raise funds for fencing the School grounds. What a night's fun it was, with the best of music sup plied by Miss Becquet (piano) and Mr. Hetheringtorl (accordeon). The hall looked vefy pretty, the decora tiohs of willows and colored stream ers blending. There were all kinds of dances, old and new, and a choco late waltz went to Mrs. W. Webb arid Mr. Joe Russell. Mrs. W. Webb also carried off another prize box of chocolates. Visitors came from Coolac, Tumut, and Gobarralong. The ladies had a very tasty supper provided. ? ? ? William Bell, who described liini Belf ag an actor, sued Philli...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Messrs. Tom. Hunt and M. Weed en will represent Gundagai Return ed Soldiers' League at the round-table : conference in Sydney next week, with ^ the Minister. Mr. W. J. Pollack, of Nangus, has been elected President of Gundagai P. and A. Society. He is sure to make good in the position, for he is an enthusiast end a tiger for work. * * * At the Eccleston-McCormack wed ding breakfast yesterday, the wed ding cake was one of the most artistic that ever graceld a festive board. It was magnificently decorated and was the gift of the bridegroom's em ployee, Baker T. H. Wilkinson. ? ? ? Meta Pelham and Nellie Mortyne have each been on the Australian stage for over half a century, but they are still playing big comedy parts in the Commonwealth. The first-named is in her 81st year; Nel lie Mortyne has seen 71 summers. ? ? ? At a large gathering at Grahams town on Saturday night, Mr. George Treweeke, the well-known football er, was presented with a gold watch in recognition of his...

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WEDDING BELLS LESBERG—HAZELL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

WEDDING BELLS LESBERG — HAZELL Miss Ivy Hazell wore a pretty frock of soft white georgette, fea turing the side drape, and combined with silver lame, for her wedding with Mr. Fred. Lesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesberg, of 'Dromore,' Gundagai, which was celebrated on the 19th September, at the Church of England, Mitta Mitta. The officiat ing clergyman was Rev. Staples, of Junee. The bride's Brussels net veil (which was lent by the bride-           grooms sister, Mrs. Hoare, of Quean- beyan), was caught by a wreath of orange blossoms and fell in misty enveloping folds to form a train.   Pink streamers were effectively work- ed in with her pretty bouquet of pink sweet peas which finished the bridal ensemble. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hazell, of 'Oakley,' Bethungra, was attended by her sis- ter, Miss Ena Hazell, wearing a pretty frock of blue georgette, with large pink picture hat. Pink s...

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MAN BURNED TO DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

MAN BURNED TO DEATH Michael Egan, aged 82, while try- ing to save his furniture from a burning house at Wairio, New   Zealand, was overcome by heat,   and burned to death.

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TUMUT FAILS To Lift Maher Cup COOTA, WINS, 11-7, IN A SCRAGGY GAME Four Players Ordered Off—and the Two Line Umpires Get Marching Orders [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 27 September 1928

TUMUT FAILS To Lift Maher Cup             COOTA WINS, 11-7, IN A   SCRAGGY GAME Four Players Ordered Off— and the Two Line Umpires Get Marching Orders All Tumut and its wife, likewise its boys, girls and babies, slung dull care to the winds, closed up busi ness, and locking the family dog to the front gate, made tracks for Cootamundra; yesterday. From 10 o'clock onwards motor cars, decorat ed with Tumut Football Club colors, tore through Gundagai. At 1 p.m. a special train puffed into town, with nearly 300 passengers a'board. A noticeable feature of the train load was the big lot of womenfolk aboard. There were young girls, waving blue ribbons, blue scarves and even blue guernseys; mothers with babes, trail ing at their skirts; and, smiling hap pily, were hardy-looking old women pioneers. At Gundagai, where about 80 passengers joined up, the train full of enthusiasts would not listen to the wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

Spring; 1928 KEW STlTXi^S - f| A UNIQUE DISPLAY of g I Spring and Summer Novelties j ?'j is now on view in our Mantle, Millinery, and Dress Depart- v | ments. The collection em- | III braces all the newest and |||| I latest ideas in Fabrics, and, | | as these are confined to us for g Gundagai, an early visit to v | this interesting display will be | II appreciated. Ill | OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM | | Presents the most attractive g collection of Frocks, Coats, g ' Suits and Sports Wear ever ??? assembled in Gundagai. II- - ? Ill OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSIOI OF SPRING MILLINERY Spring 1928 ? % ? W.C. STRIBLEY, MERCHANT, Gundagai

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

Send all your Car Troubles to Butcher's Garaqe, at South Gundagai. Selling'' Agents Dodge Bros. Cars, Graham Bros. Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. J^cNew All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver . Operated from the glectric Light or potuer socket. TfO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appearance, and houses the power pack for the All-Electric Model. Stations are 'tuned in' by means of the single control. Based on modern practice, the operating mechanism is encased in a j metal chassis. Ml alapA VI The perfect mellowness of tone and full mWwl inJB volume of this instrument will appeal to the most cultured musician, whilst its high effi ciency and ease of control ensures popular approval. I Full particulars of the new Radiolas and easy ' terms of payment are obtainable from fcp B. S. BRUCHHAUSER, T GUNDAGAI Pricc, complete ? with Amplion AUTHORISED RADIOLA DEALE...

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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

THE MARKETS iiiiuitfittmiiiitmiHiiiiuiiiiiniMiititiitiiitiitiiiiiitiMMiiiiitii Sold at Homebush . last Thursday : Ac. S. Wilson and Co., Gundagai, 46 ewes at 27/4, 40 'do 24/10. Ac. Sheather Bros., Jugiong, 55 ewes at 25/10, 85 ait 23/10, 51 at 20/7. Ac. . A. P. J. Roche, 'CaSnalong,' Ju giong, 38 wethers at 33/1, 20 rams at 30/-, 26 xbred hoggets at 26/10, * * * Winchombe, Carson Ltd.- report: — It has been definitely decided to re sume the Sydney wool sales on Tuesday, October 2. Shipping fac ilities are now considered ample for buyers to lift their purchases. The sales are arranged to proceed con tinuously until October 31, during which period 207,000 bales will be catalogued. We offer catalogues- on Monday, October 8, Tuesday October 16, Wednesday, October 24 and Wed nesday, October 31. HEAVY STOCK OFFERINGS Supplies of sheep, lambs and cattle were Very heavy at Homebush last Thursday. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report that offerings totalled 54,000 sheep and lambs and 4200 cattle....

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CIVIL WAR LOOMING 1000 ARMED VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

CIVIL WAR LOOMING lltlltlMllllllllltllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlltltHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIItflllfll 1000 ARMED VOLUNTEERS. The organisation of the Citizens' Defence Brigade in Adelaide is pro ceeding smoothly, and it is probable that battalions totalling 2000 men, armed with service rifles, will be ready next week to deal with any disturbances on the waterfront. A thousand are already enrolled. Groups of armed volunteers, with bayonets fixed, marched through Ade laide yesterday. The Premier of South Australia has appealed to the people to remain calm.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

FOOTBALL ?IIIIIIIMIMIIItllllltlfllllllllllllllllflHIIflllflflllllllllllllllllllltt Tumut protest against Cootamun dra for playing Walkom in last Wed nesday's Maher Cup match .was dis missed, as Walkom had a permit entitling him to play. 'Snowy' Marsh, Tumut's coach, was taken to Tumut Hospital to-day. He is suffering from a bad leg — re- sult of a shin kick in last Wednes day's Maher Cup match. A gold wristlet watch was pre sented to Schumach, the slashing Tu mut forwalrd, yesterday, when he was banquetted alt the Catholic school hall. The gift was in recognition of services rendered as 'coach' to the Convent School team. Turk, Tumut's trickj*^%crum-half, is laid up with a bad attack of 'flu. Gilbert, Tumut's champio\lV^:7al kicker, left Tumut last Friday. Gundagai Convent footballers play ed a Tumut Convent team on Friday at Tumut, a'nd were defeated by 11 points to 7. ? ? » TEMORA BEATS COOTA. At Cootamundra yesterday Te mora took away the Peter Dawson Cup, recently won from Gunda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

| NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR NATURALISATION I, CHARLES ANTON GEDGAWD, of Danish Nationality, born at Libau, Kurland, and resident twenty-three years in Australia, now residing at Gundagai, New South Wales, intend to apply for Naturalisation under the Commonwealth Nationality Act 1920-1925. C. A. GEAGAWD

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THE METROPOLITAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

THE METROPOLITAN ?iiiiiiiimimiitmimiimititiimitiiiiiiiutundu,,,!,,,!,,,,!,,. The Metropolitan was run this af ternoon, dnd resulted : — JOCELYN ? i ORATRIX ? ? .. .. 2 SHARP SON .. T ? 3

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WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL THE WORKING OF THE FALLOW FOR NEXT YEAR'S WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. imiiiiiiiiH!iiiHiimtiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii!iiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiim-iiM»(«»... ? _ ? ? ? I AGRICULTURAL i ? +. ? THE WORKING OF THE FALLOW j FOR NEXT YEAR'S WHEAT Two things have to be kept in view in the working of the fallow through 'the summer — first, the pre servation of an effective -surface mulch, and, second, the preparation of a see-1 bed that will afford the most favorable conditions. j-'* germination '-of the seed and the growth of the crop. An effective mulch consists of a layer of loose dry soil, composed of small clods and fine soil particles, distributed evenly over the whole of the fallow to a depth of 2h to 3in. The aim should be to provide a mulch no deeper than 2 inches as the sow ing period is approached. A shal lower mulch is not' very effective in preventing evaporation ; a deep mulch compels the sowing of the seed in a loose seed-bed, with the conse quent danger -of the grain malting and the liability of fungus stacks, owing to there bei...

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NARANDERA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

NARANDERA Before leaving Mudgee to live at Narandera and to enter into the em ploy of Messrs. S. Richards and Co. i as car salesman, Mr. A. J. Lloyd J was bidden farewell by the members ! ox the Mudgee Auto. Club. He was presented on behalf of the club with a cut glass decanter and goblets. Mrs. Hugh Bullivant and Miss Ruth Bullivant, formerly of Gillenbah Stsltion, Narandera, have just re turned from a trip to the old coun try. At the Frienidly Societies' cards tournament the Hibernians defeated the I.O.O.F. by 16 to 10 and Man chester Unity and Druids played a draw, 16 games each. The position of the teams now is: — Hibernians 46, I.O.O.F. 42, M.U.I. 0. OF. 36, Druids 32, P.A.F.S. 12. At the fire station last week, Mr. M. Bourke, on behalf of Mrs. Foley, „ presented to the brigade an enlarged framed photograph of the late Mr. C. W. Beg'gs, who was killed . at Narandera about 19 years ago. When the old fire station was destroyed by ] fire some years ago a similar photo | to this wa...

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