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MAN'S AGONY HAPPENING AT WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

MAN'S AGONY HiiiimmiuiMiHimimiiiilllttlllilllltlltlllllllilllinjllllllnni HAPPENING AT WAGGA John Galvin sustained dreadful in juries when his arm wals caught in a dough-mixing machine at Wagga yesterday. Over an hour elapased be fore he could be extracted. The. bones of the arm were crushed, and' the flesh, and sinews stripped from them. He Will probably lose the limb.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT FOR YASS CAN'T GET A STATE HIGHWAY TO CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

i NOftFOR YASS CAN'T GET A. STATE HIGHWAY TO CANBERRA ? ♦ The Minister for Local Govern ment (Mi;. Bruxner) told a depua tion from' the southern ' distx-ict's on Friday that he would accede to its request to have the Yass-Canberra road declared a Stsite highway. 'If I did so,' Mx\ Bruxner claim ed, '.I would have all sorts of sim ilar requests -from evei-y quarter of the State.'- ':?? ' Members of the deputation, which was intrtjdtjeed by Mx*. Tully, M.L/A. urgedvth'e importance of the road to the Fedex-aL capital as a dix-ect route from Victoria, south and western distx-icts. At present, it was pointed out, the old road was in such a sts'te that motorists px-ef erred 'the detour of. 110 - miles- through Goulburn, and back /'again to ' the':;ca'p'ftal. The Mmister: explained that the '? Yaps- tead was!' -next classification to'; a State-' highway^a ;.ti'unk road — and asf sujch was able Jto participate in-financiO assistance 'i'r 0 m the Main Roads Board. t -j A x-adio message was r...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAR GRAZING LAND 12 MONTHS LEASE OF RACECOURSE SELLS FOR £300 [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

DEAR GRAZING LAND 12 MONTHS LEASE OF RACECOURSE SELLS FOR £300 On Saturday last auctioneer S. A. Smith submitted to auction a 12 months' lease of the 160 acres in Gundagai Racecourse. Bidding started at £200, and went up quickly in bids of £10, until £300 was ''reached, when the lease was knocked down to Mr. Jabez Nicholls, oi South Gun'dagai. Last year Mri T. A. Woodbridge paid £350 for the lease for 12 months.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW FORD DOES LONG TEST IS REVELATION IN CHEAP CARS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

NEW FORD DOES LONG TEST IS REVELATION IN CHEAP CARS (Reprinted from the Melbourne 'Herald'). ? Di-iving a phaeton open touring model more than 350 miles last week, the new Ford was tested much more severely than is the average new or improved car. 1 In one ^2-hour run it wa*s taken over the length of the Bendigo road, then back to Castlenxaine, to Dayles ford Ballarat, Lismore, and I'aeehus Mai-sh, and bEick to Melbourne. J Counting running time, . the ti-ip was made at the high average of . . . neax-ly 39 m.p.h. The maximum held speed was 63, and the maximum in second' gear neax-ly 45, and the car was not passed once. - It is difficult to speak of the new ear without enthusiasm. ?; It has flashing- accelerations, hill climbing' abilities which are remark- . able, quite phenomenal four-wheel ? ? braking, excellent steex-ing, and mo.se ' \ important of all, a road comfort on ~ rough surf eices which few cars can better. . It was found to be capable. of cov ex-ing 26 miles on one gall...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURRUMBURRAH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

MURRUMBURRAH ? A ? . In the Ross Memoricjl Presbyterian Church yesternight, the Rev. S. L. McEenzie, B.A., discussed, the ad vantages that would accrue to Protes tantism from the observance of cer tain features of the Roman Catholic Faith. The recent Euch&ristic Con gress, he said, presented a spectacle of devotion which has made its im pact upon the entire community, and Protestants can learn much that will issue in much good to '? their Church £'nd Faith. The protest in the buckj umping competition at the recent Show, en tered by C. White against F. Sheath er, on the grounds -that the winner had been employed at a buckj umping show, has been withdrawn. At the inquest in respect to the death of Sister Mary Theresa, who had her leg cut off in a railway ' ac cident at Harden on ?' 3th August last, and who died in Harden Hospital three weeks later, the Coroner re turned a verdict of heart failure, following injuries 'received in the accident. Giving evidence, Constable North, ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"KEEP TO THE LEFT" THE OTHER FELLOW'S PACE GUNDAGAI MOTORIST FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

'KEEP TO THE LEFT' THE OTHER FELLOW'S PACE GUNDAGAI MOTORIST FINED Thos. Franklin was charged with not driving as near as practicable to the left side of the road when ap proaching the corner of West-street, when driving out of Ptfnch-street, Gundagai, on 23rd August. - A plea of not guilty was entered, and Mr. West appeared for defend ant. Const. Wilson, deposed that on 23rd August at corner of Sydney road he saivv two cars in a damaged state. Later he saw defendant who told him he was driving one of the cars, and took him to look at the wheel tracks. Franklin showed his wheel tracks coming round the cor ner. He asked Franklin if he knew where he should have gone to ^before taking the corner. He said: Amti I right here?' I said: 'No,' and] after having the matter explained j Franklin said he would admit he was in the wrong. j To M. West: Henrich was agent, for one of the cars concerned in the ! accident, and thus came to take the police out. There was s. lot . of traffic on the roa...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

ALBURY * It is not an uncommon sight to see a. person partake of food whilst mov ing, but quite a large crowd at the Theatre Royal on Wednesday wit nessed Bert Nicholl the young Aus tralian. who is attempting to dance 135 hours non-stop, being shaved by Mr. Paul Li'.fferty whilst dancing. Mr. Nicholl placed himself beside a chair, and kept dancing to and fro, whilst Mr. Lafferty lathered his face. Most people thought a safety razor would have been employed, but the ordinary ' barber's razor was used, and a close sh^ve was given without the skin being cut. Mr. George Nation, of Greenbuik Estates, Jindera, who 'is a .keen en thusiast in district exhibits at show's, and who is president of the Agricul tural Bureau at Jindera, which town has won the 'district exhibit at Al bury for the past two years, intends launching out in a new direction. For some time past, the Government Ex perimental plots i have been conduct ed on his property, and he now in tends going in for the wool industry ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAR RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

DEAR RABBITS. J. J. Billingsley, of Jiigiong, plead ed guilty by ? letter to a charge of failure to destroy rabbits, and asked for lenient treatment, a's he had rough, rocky country. He had men on trapping. Rabbit Inspector Palmer deposed he had found the area badly infested, and conditions were not improving. Mr. Dodds, who appeared for the Shire, said there was a previous conviction against defendant. j A fine of £10 was inflicted, with 5/6 costs.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

A Manning farmer is reported to have said to his new hand a few days ago: 'While I'm away I want you to shoot every bandicoot you see.' The new chum thought for a moment, and then replied with a troubled look: 'Righto; but what will I -do with the coots that ain't bandy?' What the farmer's reply was history recordeth not — but no doubt it was 'goodo.' Edited, Printed, and . Published by Patrick Sullivan, Byron-street, Gundagai.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

£10 REWARD. . £10 REWARD will be paid to any person giving information which leads to the conviction of the person or persons MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING my Fences, Gates or Locks. W. S. BOOTES, Banana. Tumblong. CAUTION ALL PERSONS found Hunting or Trespassing on COOBA will be prose cuted, without respect to persons. — JOHN BOURKE Cooba, 3/5/28. NOTICE. ALX* Persons found HUNTING FISHING, SHOOTING, or other wise TRESPASSING on my property at BEREENA will be prosecuted with-, out respect to persons. M. MTNTER. CAUTION. ALL Persons found HUNTING, or TRESPASSING onx YABTREE WILL BE PROSECUTED, without respect to persons. F. L. HORSLEY, Yabtree, 15/6/'22. CAUTION '? / * From this date all Persons found TRESPASSING (Hunting, Shooting or Fishing) on NANGUS or ABING DON will be PROSECUTED, with out respect 'to persons. All previouo Concessions Cancelled. S. G. SHEPHERD, - Manager. 22/6/'27. CAUTION A-NYONE found Shooting, Fishing, Hunting, Taking Bees' Nests, damag ing Wire Netting, or other fen...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DROVER FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

A DROVER FINED F. Southee pleaided guilty to a charge of not travelling a mob of 2,100 sheep a proper daily distance on Wagr£.gobilly reserve. He said his sheep were just out of the moun tains and were in bad condition, as well as many ewes lambing. He thought he did remarka'bly well to travel as he did. A fine of £2, with £1/5/6 costs, was imposed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

'lou can never blame a girl for dreaming' While she's pining 'neath the moon's pale beam 'You can never blame a girl for dreaming' When there's nothing else to do but. dream. You can never blame a girl for griev ing With aching- influenza to endure, Till she knows the soothing and re lieving Of Woojds' Great Peppermint Cure /

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THE ORCHARD CODLING MOTH IMPORTANCE OF VIGOROUS CONTROL MEASURES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

THE ORCHARD ? : ? ? ? CODLING MOTH IMPORTANCE OF VIGOROUS CONTROL MEASURES The first or calyx spray for cod ling moth should already have been applied in earlier districts; in later districts the first application should be made during the present month. As this is recognised as one of the worst pests with which pear and apple growers have to contend (write officers of the Fruit Branch of the Department of Agriculture in ?current notes) control measures should be vigorous, timely, wide spread and concerted. The orchard of the lazy, procrastinating, neglect ful grower becomes a loss to him self and a menace to the whole dis trict. . Most growers are well aware of the measures to be taken. Before grub emergence, a thorough inspec tion should be made of bandages, used cases, and packing sheds — a merely perfunctory inspection is use less — E!nd any sheltering grubs des troyed. This is most important, be cause the new season's infestations are due to last season's carry-over grubs. Band...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING CONDITIONS CONDUCIVE TO BLOAT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

DAIRYING ? ' CONDITIONS CONDUCIVE TO BLOAT Bloat, or hoven, is due to succu lent foods eaten under certain con-' ditions which cause the formation of large quantities of gas in the rumen or paunch, and in consequence a swelling of the left flank. It is most often seen (a) when cattle are turn ed hungry on to such succulent green feed as lucerne, clover, &c.; (b) when cattle used to dry feed are sud denly changed on to green, soft food; (c) when travelling cattle are allowed access to large amounts of ! green food, isuch as variegated this tle; (d) when oat tie gorge themselves on wet grases or herbage; and (e) when cattle are fed on roots or pota toes under certain conditions. Some animals appear to be more subject to hoven than others. Keeping the mouth open with a gag, or a piece of wood until the beast has belched most of the gas by mouth will be useful in mild cases. The internal administra tion 'of loz. of bicarbonate of soda £.ind loz. of ginger is sometimes use ful, a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

OUR NEIGHBOURS' DOINGS WAGGA A special meeting of the commit tee of Wagga. District Hospital was held last week to consider the finan cial position and the appointment of an organiser. The secretary re ported {hat the hospital had a. credit balance of only £6/8/9 in the bank, and that £3275/17/3 would be required to carry the institution over until the end of the year. Up till June 30, 1927, the subsidy claim had totalled £5491/14/9, but, for the same period of this year, the i claim amounted to £2498/17/3. Af ter discussion it was decided to re quest the Mayor to call a public meeting for October 5 in oitler that steps could be taken to improve matters. Ten applications were re ceived for the position of organiser at a salary of £5 a week and 10 per cent, commission on all money col lected. J. Tagell, formerly on the staff of the Wagga; Ambulance, was appointed. The death occurred in the Wagga District Hospital last- week of Mrs. Mary Ann Stribley, of Thompson street, Wagga, at the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

I We Deliver Orders In All Wea&ers! ? I If you find it inconvenient to come \ dotfn totfn to make your purchases, I ** \P ?vJe will send a messenger to --our Home tfith the desired article. ~^V Orders received o-Oer our phone x9itl Lw at- ^KwB I tended to immediately and dejpatched per ' / \\ GnjH messenger as rapidly as circumstances permit. Mj, m |fl IH Deliveries will be made at ell times of the dr? and in an ft At jnia leathers. .0 Remember, wken you need any article that ? H 1 1 . chemist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 aid krC*a it delivered. No charge is mad* for delivery. 11 1 'ic^T-1 ? I As Near as Y our Telephone II || |Cfl£ R. R. KNOX, M.P.s.,Ph.c CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN, § GUNDAGAI ^ ? ? ? — ? ? 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 AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, 11=* WHY SO MANY PEOPLE COME TO US...

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

. COOTAMUNDRA Thursday night's masquerade, at the Town Hall, was the best attend ed function yet held for the Roman Catholic Queen competition. Both the floor and the gallery were filled to capacity. Miss Mollie O'Neill, the Hibernian Queen, will gain by the proceeds. Quite a number came in fancy dress. Miss Esme O'Brien an nexed the prize for the best masked costume, and Miss B. Reid, the most comical make-up. Cootamundra is to have big rail way developmnt; and, in connection therewith, the Commisioners are about -to make a start on the new refreshment rooms at the old sta tion. The cost, we understand, is about £6000. Of the amount, what ever it is to be, £3700 ha's been al lotted to start the buildings. Friday's issue was the last of the 'Daily Cootamundra News' (late 'Liberal'), which h&s been merged into the 'Cootamundra Daily Her ald.' Two cricket clubs will be affected by the idrastic step taken by the as sociation in carrying a motion com pelling players, who reside ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

YASS The Memorial Hall, Yass, was the scene on Wednesday night of a most picturesque and brilliant function, being a grand Movie Ball, organised to provide funds to 'improve the interior of the hall. About 150 couples were present, and the ball proved very successful. Great in- 1 terest was taken in movie sets' and individual fancy costumes, which j were most .gorgeous \and beautiful. Four sets competed for the prize for the best movie set, which was won by the 'Rajah.' There was a large congregation at St. Augustine's Church at 10 o'clock on Tuseday morning, when a service was conducted in honor of Mother Mary Zavier, .who has completed 50 years' service with the church. An inspiring sermon was delivered by Re'v. Father Whalan, C.S.S.R., who came down from Young. There were a number of distinguished clergy at the service, including Dr. Barry, Bishop of Goulburn, wearing his re splendent crimson robes, and who was in attendance 'at the throne. Other visitors were Fr. Denihan, Cootam...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FARMER'S POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

A FARMER'S POLICY nitiitiiuiiiiiitiiiiiiiif.miiimtititiiiiiif ixaa.it.. ............i.nt It has oft-times been said and written that the farmer is the back bone of the nation. This fundamental truth stands. The fact remains, nevertheless, - that the farmer, in spite of his. great services to - the community, does not receive the encoux-agement that his industx-y and merit deserve. So-called friends try to delude him into believing that secondary in dustries ax-e a burden on his back, that a retui'n to free trade would bring him relief and' 'greater pros perity. This form of reasoning is diffi cult to follow. No great study is i-equired to discover that the home market is our best max-ket. More than heilf the population of Austra lia is dependent upon our manufac turers for the means to live. 65 per cent/ of our total primary production is consumed in Austra lia. Stx-angle our industries and at once we stra'ngle the farmei-s. The paramount need for all Aus tralians to-day, and partic...

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FORGOT HIS LIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 October 1928

FORGOT HIS LIGHT Wm. Claude Coleman, pleaded guilty to riding a motor cycle in Sheridan-street, without a lighted lamp on the vehicle. A fine of £2, with 8/- costs of court was inflicted.

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