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WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. Thermometer down to 53 degrees yesterday. A week ago it was up to 93—40 degrees difference in a: week. ^ ' * ? . ? ? And it rained! Tuesday night saw the start, but the x-ain drops were driven hard by a wind which blew, at times, with hurricane force. ? How ever, 38 points came along in the fall. Yestex\iay a little drop more fell — the gauge said 12 points. So we have had half an inch! * * * There could have been no 'shorn lambs' in Gundagai during the past 48 hours, for the wind wasn't 'tem- pered.' Like the rxxnaway train in the popular song, the wind, 'Blew, blew, blew!' A town ancient, whose corns and rliexxxxiatics are his weather barometer, tells us that we will have the wind until a xxew nxoon appears. * * The case of Gundagai P.P. Board v. J. Cheney, for failing to destroy rabbits was called on at Adelong court yesterday, and adjoux'neel till next court. * * * The steamer Venture recently brought out 148 boxes, containing about 1,500,000 Cactablast...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Political Pips [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

Political Pips Theodore, now campaign director of the Australian Labor Party, at one time occupied the position of Pre mier of Queensland. During- his pro gress to wealth-' 'in that State, he bought a sugar* farm in the Tully dis trict. Under 'the award of the Cane Prices 1: ^ Vd the cane cutters are oblik- -; i'o bign a contract to obey certain o»Jevs in the cutting of the' cane. They not carry out the agreement ciioy 'made with Mr. Theodore. Whal did he do? Pie is sued a summon:; ag; i^st them for failure to carr;)^|v.'i r-,-? agreement, had them bro^lfe. ?? a court and got a decisioir agAh.st them. ? ? ? Senator J. MacDonald, of Queens land, sees the writing- on the wall. He says: — 'A study of the politics of this country shows that certain military strategists are operating in our midst. I suppose we should not complain about that as 'all is fair in love and war,' and I suppose it is in politics. We object however, to being1 maligned and misrepresented as we have been by the la...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE "SNOW WHITES" CORRUPTION AND MORAL TURPITUDE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

THE 'SNOW WHITES' I CORRUPTION AND MORAL TURPITUDE Corruption and mox-al turpitude were the chief features in the evi dence given before the Coal Commis sion inquiring into the bribery charges in connection with the City Council, declared Mx\ D. R. Hall, when counsel's addx-esses began. Mr. Hall, who appeared for ex-Aid. Braxxxston, Mostyn, and Farrell, said there had been great discreptancies between the amounts collected and the axxxounts paid to aldermen. All the witnesses, he added, said that Johnson was the best 'shouter' they ever knew. Mr. Hall said that the evidence strongly sugested that his clients were not parties to any one of the illicit agreements. Mx\ Barton (for Woof) said that hxs client had told the truth, tie re ceived £750 from the South Clifton Colliery, he admitted ,but it was not graft money. Mr. Gray, the mana ger, said- it was for watching 'the interests of the coxxxpany. Dr. Evatt, on behalf of Mx\ P. V. Stokes, said that the case against his client depende...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Two Town Cottages APPLICATIONS, closing 6 p.m. on SATURDAY, October 13th, will be received for Purchase of the follow ing Cottages: — 1. Cottage ('Dunboy') corner Byron and Punch-streets, Gundagai. Five Rooms, with Kitchen, Pantry, Bath Room, Wash House, Motor Shed, Garden, etc. Electrically lighted. 2. Cottage, fronting Byron-street, Four Rooms and Kitchen. Cottages will be sold as one Property, or separately. j Immediate possession given. ? # P. SULLIVAN, 'Independent' Office, ( Gundagai. FAREWELL TO MISS KITTY SULLIVAN. A MEETING of all Persons inter ested, is hex-eby convened to take place on MONDAY NEXT, at the Literax-y Institute, at 8 o'clock p.xxx., to arx-ange a suitable farewell to MISS SULLIVAN, who is leaving the district at an eax-ly date. H. P. CARBERRY, Shire President. GOVERNMENT NOTICE TENDERS, plainly endorsed, and ad dx-essed to the Under Secretary, De partment of Education, Sydney, will be received up till 2 o'clock p.xxx. on 18th OCTOBER, 1928...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

THE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

IF 'YOU y§E JLiaJsalciy (Copper Coated) 22 s No more rusting, pitting or corroding of the rifle-barrel! Use Western Lubaloy , smoke less .22's exclusively, and you'll not have to clean your rifle barrel. Western Lubaloy Coated Cartridges are won derfully accurate and' quite greaseless! Smooth and clean as a big, high-powered cartridge. They keep your pockets clean. 'Pocket-lint' will not stick to them and get into your rifle, as it does with greased .22's. And they cost no more than ordinary lead-bullet rim-fire .22's! Ask your local storekeeper. if he is out of stock, write to: — Noyes Bros. (Sydney) Ltd. 115 Clarence St., Sydney World's Champion Ammunition ? ? L2/6/-28.c: '

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

PRESBYTERIAN Sunday next: — Gundagai 11 a.m., Communion service. Brungle, 3 p.m. REV. WALTON

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

TOWN TOPICS Mumps the fashionable complaint in Gundagai. * * * Rise in the Murrumbidgee River at Gundagai to-day. It was running 6ft. above summer level. ? o ? A further adjournment was grant- j ed at Adelong police court yester day, in the case of alleged . assault, W. Hassett v. Schoolmaster Nixon. * * * Motion unanimously carried this this week — 'That all hands knock off work, and run to Gundagai, for the purpose of paying the px-intex\' ? ? 9 Gundagai's vital statistics for quarter ended September 30th: — Births, males 10, females 8; deaths, males 8, females 8; marriages 3. » » » Revenue received at clocal C.P.S. office during September quarter: — Land Dept., £3323/15/8, Justice Dept., £303/12/-; Mines Dept., £7/3/9. * * * So great was the demand for liquor at an hotel on one. of the Sydney beaches on Eight Hour Day, that by three o'clock in the afternoon it was compelled to close its doors owing to the entire stock having been sold out. * * * State Cabinet yesterday considered...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. | Next Sunday: — S. John's, 8 a.m., H.C.; 11 a.m., Matins; 7 30 p.m., Evensong. Coolac, 3 p.xxx. ; South Gundagai 3 p.m.; Jugiong 11 a.m., H.C.; In Memoriam. R. T. Wyatt Rev. S. G. Davis.

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LATEST CITY NEWS. ARE THEY SHYLOCKS? SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. ARE THEY SHYLOCKS* SYDNEY, To-day. During the debate on the second reading of the Housing Bill in the Assembly yesterday, Mr. Weaver call ed attention to the despicable letters sent by the Savings Bank to persons who were slightly behind in their payments under the present Hous ing scheme. In one case, it was alleged, the Bank threatened to put] up for auction the home belonging! to a commercial traveller because he was £16 in arrears with his payments

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DID HE WANT IT INTRIGUING STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

DID HE WANT D j ? ? I INTRIGUING STORY Strange and stranger are political rumox'Sj but nothing has been strang er than the latest, in which the names of Messrs. Lang and Baddeley. Ms.L.A., have been freely mentioned. In a nutshell; Dame Rumor says: — Mr. Lang wanted a safe seat in the Federal House, Mr. Baddeley wanted the leadership of the State Labor Party. Mr. Charlton resigned from Federal politics to make way for Mr. Lang. Mr. Lang was to spring a surprise nomination on the State executive at the eleventh houx*. and was to have beeix endorsed last Fri day night. But there was a checkmate in the irrnw nf nnlit.if-al chfiSS. Thert WaS an outcry from the Northern coal fields, and the executive 'washed its hands of the whole business.' It referred the nominations*(Mx\ Lang's was not among them)' to the local ballot. The suggestion that Mr. Bird, the secretax-y of the State A.L.P. would stand for nomination for Hunter was merely a piece of 'kite flying' to hoodwink the miners, accor...

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PLUCKY 6-YEAR OLD GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

PLUCKY 6-YEAR OLD GIRL A burglar entered the home 01 Abraham M.andell, at Bellevue Hill, last night, when Mandell's 6-year old grand-daughter gave the alarm. Thereupon the intruder struck Man dell several blows on the head, with a piece of piping, and also struck the child. The latter rushed to a neighbor foa- assistance. When she returned the man had escaped.

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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 — 4 October 1928

My Lady's Gorner. j SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' j SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS j (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP Footballer Jim Treeweeke, who played with Gundagai Club one season, but who joined up with Tu mut this year, listened to another umpire's whistle on the Wednesday of last week, when his club mates were over at Cootaniundra fighting for the Maher Cup.' He was joined in the front rank with Miss 'Lassie' Crain, a daughter of Mr. Bob. Crain, of Grahamstown, and the other Tre weeke football champion, George, of international fame, rushed from Sydney to join in the scrum with brother Jim. The wedding was in the C.E. at Shepardstown, and the bride was gowned in white geor gette, with tucks and lace, a pretty Veil, and carried a bouquet of wat sonia, stocks and sweet peas. Sister cyclamen pink crepe satin, hand worked, as her dress, a hat to tone completing the ensemble. At the reception held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Adelong, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

j Be Particular ji j '0g About Your jj I mi}lc- meat, ^ 5 groceries, etc. Do you exercise the same care in selecting your baker L ft as $ou do your o flier tradespeople? *. ^ Our bread is made in a spotlessly clean sunlit baker?, and onb? the ^ £ purest and best ingredients are used. We incite $our inspection. j| * Butcher & Co. Pk°QUNDAQM jj 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, ? (ir_ WHY SO MANY PEOPLE COiME TO US FOR GROCERIES THE REASON IS— ~ ~ Because THEY KNOW tha* Everything PURCHASED HFRF. IS ? RELIABLE SATISFIED CUSTOMERS have made our Business. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? IF NOT— WHY NOT GIVE US A TRIAL? I-RSRERG BROS. — tt— ! a— — n— wp— ? ^ WOOL CRUTCHINGS. ^JlBMS®3I3lKMSMSM5ISfEISMM313M3MSMSI5'i' We have direct outfetfor unlimited quantity crutchings. Trice guaranteed...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

The military band aboard the Ger man warship Berlin, which is now in Australian waters, is said to be the finest organisation of its kin-j that has yet reached these shores. Each of its 64 members is a master of his instrument, and Herr Schneider, its conductor, is one of Germany's most gifted wielders of the baton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

SPECIAL PATTERNS. 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 - - illustration is provided. Our Pattern Service covers. ?practically everything in ' ; the shape of wearing ap parel.. Prices for these Special Patterns are: — ? - Patterns for Adults — 2/6 each. Patterns for Children — 2/6 each. ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

0, ye who are wedded yet never j know bliss, j The secret of conjugal concord is ; this — j For peace in the home there is only , one plan, ? ? | A one-man woman and one-woman man. | Such happy conditions when aided by hea'lth { Are rarer than rubies and better than wealth; | If in winter for cough and colds you assure ~ j With Peerless Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure. j

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

GENERAL NEWS. flillMiiiiiuiiniiiiiHiKiiiiiiifHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiimiimu Messx-s. Ca'strission Brothex-s, of Sheridan Street, ? restauranteurs, fruiterers, etc., seeing the parlous state of the Hospital's exchequer, have come to the rescue by donating the entire gross takings on - the grand opening day of their remodell ed shop. The Committee will be in charge of the cash register and every shilling received will be the Hos pital's. It is up to the people to come along on 'the day,' and buy — buy the good goods stocked at this shop, thereby helping themselves and at the same ? time the Hospital. The date of the opening day will be ad vex-tised later . ? ? ? Replying to Mx\ Hoad (Labor) in the Legislative Assembly on .Tuesday the Minister for Works and Railways said that it was a fact that a: daxxx with a capacity of 35,000,000 gallons had been excavated at Cootamundra for a railway water supply. The de- j cision to construct the dam had been arrived at by the Railway Commis si...

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CHURCH CHATTER Church of England [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 4 October 1928

CHURCH CHATTER Church of England I Some 50 candidates are being pre pared for confirmation. Valuable assistance is being* rendered by zealous church people at Nangus, Back Station Creek, and Coolac, who have volunteered to give instruction to the candidates. Sunday School has been opened at Jugiong. Mrs Stephens is giving her time to that work. An offer of ser vice for this work has been made at South Gundagai by Miss J. Edwards, and we are expecting to see a flourishing Sunday school ixx this cen tx-es at a very early date. Nangus with a good staff of teachex's keeps a't a high level. Adelong has been busily engaged in farewelling two of our best women workers, Mx-s. George Perkins and ! Mrs. Frank Smith. The former was j given greatly to good wox'ks of evex*y kind, and few ox-ganisations in Ade long have not benefited by her ripe experience and fund of ideas. Mi-s. Smith was a chox-ister and a mother of choristex-s and servers, and a xe liable workex\ In Batlow life is booming, th...

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