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WOOL AND ARTIFICIAL SILK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

WOOL AND ARTIFICIAL SILK Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: | From abroad statements in regard to j artificial silk usually refer to the menace it holds for wool. It is, thei-efox-e, l-efreshing to' read of a French manufacturer who states 'Such a dagger does not and cannot J exist. Artificial silk, can flourish side ' by si'd;e with wool without threaten ing either the reputation or the pros- j perity of , the animal fibre. On the j other hand the blending of wool! with , artipcial silk gives the former more extended use. As an old woolman, I do not fear the competition of arti ficial silk nor of artificial wool.' That opinion is borne out by- ex- periences up to the present. Even in latter years the world's production of artificial silk has gone ahead by leaps and bounds. During 1920 the world produced: 50,000,0001b. of it. In 1927 production reached 265,000, 0001b. Over the last three years, when the output of the artificial fibre | f actories' has been a its highest point, ' wool h...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS STRONG SHEEP MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

THE MARKETS STRONG SHEEP MARKET Bidding from exporter was again a feature at the Homebush sales on Monday. As a result, sheep a'nd lamb prices kept firm. Cattle values were easier. Supplies totalled 30,000 sheep and lambs an :'J 2500 cattle. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report'that on the hoot at the yards mutton made 33d to 4i per lb., hoggets and lambs 5.' d to 6d, suckers 7i to 8J. The above firm's sales included 243 wethers to 38/1, averaging 36/8; 176 wethers to 42/4, averaging 39/4; 97 ambs to 36/5, averaging 35/4; 273 crossbred- suckers to 34/8, averaging 33/3, and 177 crossbred suckers to 34/4, averaging 342. A week's no tice is now needed to secure sheep vans for the conveyance of stock to the yards. Cattle waggons are still availabble at short notice. ? ? ? THE WOOL MARKET All sections of buyers were at the opening of Sydney wool sales on Monday. Yorkshire, Germany, Japan and Italy were strong compe titors, with more limited support from Belgium, France, America and Rus sia. Th...

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LETTER WORTH £100,000 LOST SIGHT OF FOR 30 YEARS DISCOVERY MAY BRING FORTUNE TO YOUNG RESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

LETTER WORTH £100,000 LGST SIGHT OF FOR 30 YEARS DISCOVERY MAY BRING FOR TUNE TO YOUNG RESIDENTS An unopened letter, which arrived the morning after the death of a lady 30 years ago, has some bearing on the interest of a number of Young residents in a fortune of, it is said, £100,000 lying- m unancery m las mania (says Young 'Chronicle.') The local people interested are the members of the White family, des cendants ofl James White, who came to this district from Tasmania in the early part of' last century. James White came to Young with his son Thomas, and left in Tasman ia, on his property, his son James. Later James, junr. followed his father ?and brother, and the property was left with a tenant. What happened in the years following seems to be a bit obscure, but in the course of time the comparatively poor property became valuable through the building on it of the township of Bagdad, The land was resumed by the Govern ment, and as the owner could not be found the sum of£40,000 wa...

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER III—Continued [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

? OUR SERIAL STORY | I The Fatal bondage CHAPTER III— Continued I 'Whether you are or not I had better tell you the, rest of the legend', or you may hear an exagerated ac count which might alarm you. The peasantry around firmly believe that the girl's bones are still bleaching in unfathomable depths of water, the limits of which it is not per mitted to mortals to discover. Also that occasionally, on wild and stormy nights all that remains of her rises to the surface and floats around' the plantation, to the terror of beholders. And on such awesome occasions a voice wails througn tne trees, cnant ing the De Profundis, as in expiation for sins unatoned.' ' 'Goodness! What a chapter of horrors! Positively makes one shiver,' cried Adeline, suiting the ac tion to the word. 'And now do let us return to the house while I've a rag to my back. I daren't face Sir Stephen if. we attempt to scramble j through another impassable road as , 'that through which we came.' 1 Grace laughed. j 'I'm afr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

STETSON HATS NEW SPRING STYLES NEVER HAVE WE SEEN SUCH DARING COLORINGS AS STETSON IS OFFERING THIS SEASON ? ' BRIGHT BUOYANT SHADES LIKE THE DAWN OF DAY IN AUGUST ARE BEING WORN BY YOUNG MEN EVERYWHERE— /AND STETSON HAS .. DESIGNED STYLES THAT YOUNG MEN LIKE ! IF YOU HAVE SNAPPY, YOUTHFUL IDEAS HERE ARE THE HATS THAT WILL SUIT YOU. ? ?MaaaBBBgaBQBSae&BaBHBSaBBMBBHBBQl / W.C. STRIBLEY, MERCHANT, Gundagai ; - ; ;:r- / :v ? ?* ; .. '? - ? _ ' . v. ? ?.

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TENNIS GOBARRALONG CUP A THRILLING BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

. TENNIS GOBARRALONG CUP A THRILLING BATTLE After a very close and exciting match, Tumblong- Park tennis team won the Cup from Gobarralong on Sunday last. The fate of the Cup was uncertain till the last stroke was won. Wn'tVi r.nllai.vnln«-r 15 cotc to 12, and Tumblong leading in games, excitement ran high when the last set of the match was commenced ] — Mrs. Turner and A. Gittoes v. j Mrs. Carberry and G. Luff — and only after '5 all' and 'deuce' had been called, did the former pair win at 6-5, giving Tumblong the Cup by 14 games. ; As usual, Goba'rralqng ladies proved their worth — on the court, and as cooks, too. Nothing had' been spared in supplying a splendid re freshment table. The scores were (Tumblong first) : A. Gittoes and A. Turner . v. R. Carberry and G. Luff, 6-3, 6-1; v. W. Luff and T. Carberry, 6-3; v. J. Luff and A. Hourn, 6-2; v. A. Carberry and A Luff, 6-3. R. Moon and A. Smith v. W. Luff and T. Carberry, 4-6, 5-6; v. R. Car berry amd G. Luff, 1-6 ; v. J. Luff and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

FOOTBALL Junee jibs! They are not coming to Gundagai on Sunday. ** * * Cootamundra, still has the Maher Cup. Wagga feiled to lift it yes terday. Scores 10 points to 2. * * * Yesterday's Maher Cup gate tak « ? n/r—.' it* ings tULetiieQ ajo*±/d.v/. xui; jlk. jcxisij.* ., Sydney/ refereed the game. ! . « M ! What happened to Junee? Gunda gai had ma-ate all arrangements for a match on Sunday, but to-day Junee 1 sent word that they could not come ' * ? » 'Canowindra is a certainty to lift 1 the Maher Cup from Cootamundra j next Wednesday,' so a football en- ; thusiaist who has seen both teams in action this season, told us yesterday. 9 ? ? Temora made a mess . of Junee yesterday, in a match for the South ern Districts Cup. At half-time the scores were 13 to 2 in favor of Te mora. In the second half both teams doubled their scores, Temora winning by 26 to 4. * * m Our footballers are doing little training. We asked one of the play ers why they were not keeping in form. His reply was, 'Oh,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

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UNIQUE BIRTHDAY PARTY WHEN WOOL WAS 6d. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

UNIQUE BIRTHDAY PARTY ! ' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? S WHEN WOOL WAS 6d. A. unique function took place at Bectric Hall, near Temora, on Tues day night, when over 100 direct des cendants of Mrs. Otto Breust as sembled to celebrate her 79th birth day anniversary. Mrs Breust .was born in Adelaide, and 'came to Bectric 45 years ago, when only two or three families re sided on an area that is now farmed by hundreds of families. They used to go to Wagga twice a year for provisions. They got as high as 6s. and as low as 6-:i. a bushel for wheat and wool was very cheap, 6d. and 7d. being deemed a very good, price. Mrs. Breust, whose husband died three years ago, possesses all her faculties unimpaired, and is able to read the newspapers and to sew with out the- aid of glasses She was the mother of 12 children, nine of whom are living. There are also 72 grand children, and 66 great grand-children nearly all of whom were present at the birthday party. A feature of the supper was a magiiificentlyd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

THE TURF In' reply to 'Local Sport:' It is 26 years ago since the two dead heats you refer to were run a!t a Gundagai race meeting. In the Trial Handicap, on the first day, Railway and Rock Lily dead-heated, and Railway won the run-off. On the second -iay Mer maid and Rival were bracketed to gether in the Town PaTte, and the former won in the run-off. Mermaid won 'the double' at the meeting. You have evidently confused Rival's win in the Town Plate at Gundagai spring meeting of 1901 with the ' dea'd-heat above referred to, as you ' say 'Miss Gladstone won the Hurdle Race that year.' That is not so — it ' was in 1902 that such win was re- ' corded — Slim Jim won both hurdle races at the 1901 spring meeting. j ? # ? j The yearling by Top Gallant, out'! of Tandale — both imported thorough- ' breds, by the way — which was sole ' a't the recent sales for 1250 guineas, ! has been named GallantTop. I

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

ON THE LAND A line of nine cows and heifers, sold at Homebush on Monday, on ac. J. Hyndes, Darbalara, averaged £8/14/3. 9 . ? ^ ? « ' Mr. Tom. Hunt has sold his well known sheep dog, Pound, to Mr. -J. Macarthur Onslow. m ' ? ? Rabbit skins on an average were 2d. to 3d. cheaper at yesterday's Sydney sales. Better grades were most effected. Winters sold to 124d. per lb. and racks to 55d. per lb., so Winchcombe Carson wire us. * * * A pen of 21 baconers only six months old, belonging to G. Lang sliaw, of Whoronly (V.) brought £5/3/6 each at the Wangaratta: (V.) market last month. ? ? * Sold in Sydney wool market this week: — Five bales crutchings, brand ed Adjungbilly in A.J.S. oval, at 3.33^. Sold at Homebush on Monday, on J. Osborne, Coolac: — 11 steers to £14/18/-, averaging £14/2/-, 16 cows to £13/16/-, averaging £11/7/-; 6 steers at £11/8/6. mm 9 The conditional purchase* of An drew Joseph Sheedy, of 23a. 3r. 20p., pr.rish Jindalee, has been forfeited, such forfeiture to take plac...

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WHEN HE "DRIES" HIMSELF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

? « ? WHEN HE 'DRIES' HIMSELF 'May I have a confidential chat with Mr. Ken Hoad' (writes A. K. Forsyth, sec. of Cootamundra Pro hibition Committee, in Coota. 'Daily News'). 'You will imagine it a queer thing for me to approach Mr. Hoad in this manner, but I am very aouotiui wnetner 1 can nnd him ex cept through your paper. I under stand he is a subscriber. When last heard of, our representative was speaking at the township of Illabo. Whilst commending him iior having made a study of the engrossing sub ject, Prohibition, I feel that he should give a definite assurance to his con stituents thi't, when he has finished his present tour i:nd the prohibition issue is over, bar the_ shouting (and the shouting at the bar is over as well), he will effectively 'dry' him elf before contesting this seat again. Failing i: prohibition vote through ? out the State, and a decided 'dry' majority in his electorate, would he be in favor of allying himself to a movement to re-establish the NoLi cense P...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Miss Hazell, of *the local public j school staff, is a Hospital patient, j * * . ? ] The head of the district police, Superintendent Small, passed through Gundagai to-day, en route for Tumut. Twelve months ago to-day since T-» ? TXT C* T\/T«T Xvev. VY ? O. lTAVAJtJUU uunuagai) and :to-morrow it will be 12 months since Rev. Father Carragher left. » ? * Stated that Consable Fisher, of Coolac, is about to be transferred. 'However, the officer himself has re ceived no -word of his going. Mr. Charles William Oakes, M.L.C., who died on July 3 last, aged 66, left £1251 for the benefit oi' his widow, whom he appointed sole executrix. mm* Little Bessie Nelson, of ' South Gundagai, was discharged from Gun- , ?diagai Hospital this week. j * * * Toti dal Monte was married by wireless this morning — that is to say people in Gundagai listened to the words which gave Toti to Enezo. The Papal Legate, Archbishop Cattaneo, performed the ceremony, and one of Toti's stage pals contributed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

Ordinary Teas won't draw a Second Cup and there's a ; reason! KINKARA is 'SUPER-SORTED' and infuses a , flavour which distinguishes it from others and makes KINKARA the Aristocrat of Teas. Collect the labels in conjunction with 'MOTHER'S CHOICE' Flour Coupons, for useful presents. lamam ft REMEMBER 1!fA¥ 1 f JOHN! HAIC IS THE WLMST f WHISKY IN THE WORU IIJE FiAVOUR^^g ? ? , V There ^ Is Mo Teacher Like Eiperieace Pyli O EMEMBER this when you ? llilm Mlm dedde to purchase a new tyre. bWl Jillf And remember thai: out of the raW mW MiirWi£$i§ teachings of experience — , more. ; Mb /Iff people, the- world over, ride on . Goodyear tyres than ? on any. other Could any finer tribute be paid the quality of Goodyear Tyres? Yet ifter ail-perhaps the greatest reason ;? why you should fit Gepdycar Tyres is contained in the long, ..trouble free service you receive as a Goodyear Now Made in Australia. the NEW LOW GOODYEAR PRICES apply to All sixes and types ' of INNER TUBES and all CASINGS other ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

0 Investment ! ' fW N( ed to you Debeo- ! can honestly and faithfully ! be described as a gflf- I edged investment. Ho* is an opportunity to secure Bonds represent ing a forest of young trees in actual being, firmly rooted and well ! established in a healthy state of development. Special Bond Issue N.Z. Perpetual Forests Ltd. These Bonds are in two groups — only a limited number in each group. They are available because of overplanting on earlier Bond Issues. Special Issue Bonds are preferred Bonds — not twenty year Bonds. Each Bond represents one undivided acre already planted with young pine trees, which the Company contracts to maintain until the time specified. With the st?ge of maturity brought appreciably nearer these Bonds mean enhanced security and quicker returns. Each Bond is estimated to return ^500 Th'® BoQds are obtainable now at a slight advance on the price of N.Z.P.F. Ltd. Ordinary Issue Bonds, while terms of payment are extended to five years. For those who prefer O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

There's s, slogan as ol!i as mankind, And still frequently uttered to-day, Which predicts that contentment j we'll find)- . If we laugh all life's worries away, i But no mortal feels equa! to that With a hoarse, hacking- coug'h to en dure. \ Such sad laughter sounds, husky and flat. ? ' Without Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. , Edited,. Printed, and Published by Patrick Sullivan, Byron-street, Gundagai.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

W. Fleming & Co., THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. iiimmmmtiiiMiiiiifitiimmiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiuiHHiiititiiiiifiiiiitHMtiimiiiiuitisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii Just a few AFTER SALE SPECIALS in the Furniture Department:— BedroomSuite, all Oak throughout, Comprising Oak Wardrobe, large oval Plate Glass Mirror. Oak Dressing Table to match, with oval Mirror, Oak Pedestal. Price for this week only : £12 19s 9d Our Values are always The Best in all Departments. Our Groceries are always Freshest, and nnlir Dvonjlc o-tns-lrnrl uhij ucot vicuiuo oiutncu. You Save Money and get Better Satisfaction all the year round at THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. 'Phone 18. I—.— -..-IWIII IIMMI ^ j I I AT LAST! I III ' v k Gundagai has the service of a compe- |§ ! tent Mechanic. iljl 'in ? : Ill !-t! | Send your Car troubles to ^ | BUTCHER'S GARAGE, | I SOUTH GUNDAGAI. j« V ? |P- S Agent for CHRYSLER CARS, the I 1 World Morris Cars and Trucks. jj I Petrol, Oils and all Accessories. .jj I SOUTH GUNDAGAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 23 August 1928

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