ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Gundagai Independent, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,522 items from Gundagai Independent, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,522 results
A WILD CHARGE BULL SEES RED RAG (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

A WILD CHARGE BULL SEES RED RAG (To the' Editor) Sir, Mr. Geo. Bull, hon. secretary of the Hume Labor Council,, sug gests that, because Mr. Parker Mol oney became ill, the 18,164 anti Labor voters of the Hume should be dis-franchised, by the Nationalist and Country par ties calling off their candidates, and presenting the seat to the' Labor main Because they don't do this Mr. Bull says they are 'kicking' the man while he is down. Mr. Bull also says that Labor de cided not to oppose Mr. Cameron, the Nationalist for Barker, S. A. on account of his illness. That sounds very generous, as Mr. Bull puts it, but the facts will place a different cmplexion on the matter. At the 1925 Federal elections Mr. Cameron (Nat.) secured 24,356 votes to Mr. Robert's (L.) 15,209; a Nat ionalist majority of 9,147. It is clear, therefore, ' that Labor did not have a thousand to one chance of winning the seat. Hence the gener osity in the hope that their opponents in the Hume would swallow the bait. The ca...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRTH'S WONDERS EXCEPTIONAL ENGAGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

WIRTH'S WONDERS - ? ? ? ? MtiiiiiitiiiiniltlttillllllllflfflfS I EXCEPTIONAL ENGAGEMENTS Wirth Bros, take particular pride this year in bringing before the Australian public the Arcona Trio, a company of amazing balancers whose engagement represents a distinct tri umph for the enterprising manage ment, as such exceptional performers can command quite fabulous salaries in the big circuses of Europe' and America. These astonishing artists, who in clude beautiful Betty Arcona, 'the most fearless woman in the world' will be seen with Wirths' circus when that famous combination visits Gun dagai on Wednesday next lor one night only. To see this act is the opportunity of a lifetime. Always striving after the best pos sible ^attainable, Wirth Bros, have succeeded in getting together a com pany of the highest-paid performers ever seen together under the one management in Australia. These in clude the Redam Troupe (in feats of strength and graceful posing). Hil ary Long (who does all sorts of...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

POLITICAL PIPS To-day (October 8th.) is the an niversary of the defeat of the Lang Government at 'the general elections. It is nearly a quarter of a century ao-o since two men with Scotch names —Ronald Rankin and Angus Cameron — were a power in the Labor move ment in Gundagai. Both were en thusiasts, and were prepared to make any sacrifice for the Cause they expoused. Ronald has since joined the Big Union above, and we thought Angus had also linked up, until we bumped into him in Gundagai on Saturday night. It is 20 years since we had last seen him, and, in that time, his ;once fiery-whiskers 'have taken on a greyish tinge, but, other wise he is old Angus. Sixty-five years sit lightly on him, and he still fol lows the occupation of a shearer, in the old way, with his pack-horse. This season he has had a continuous run of sheds since June. His home is in Sydney, and he tells us that he spends a lot of time on the water front. 'The foreigners have got a grip there,' says Angus, 'in fa...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GIRL IN STRIDES CAMPED AT GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

THE GIRL IN STRIDES 'CAMPED AT GUNDAGAI For four days Gundagai sheltered the fair maid of North Sydney, whom Al. Smith has been committed for trial, at Cootamundra, for abducting When a girl gets into boys' clothes these days 'tis hard to tell what her sex is, so the Sherlock Holmes of j Gundagai offers no excuse for not I Spotting- the lass who wore the strides./ The girl's diary; shows that at Mitta gong- she, and $mith were picked up by a man in' a Chevrolet car, and given- a ride to Gundagai, where they camped for fonir days. Leaving Gundagai, they set out for Cootamundra, and arrived there on Saturday night. JDuring the journey they slept in huts, . school buildings, and in the open, begging 'for food. I ' The father of. the North Sydney girl ran down to Cootamundra on ] Friday. V ?. j ; He states; that ' the girl, is a clever 1 musician', arid is smart— ''at business. He states that the girl is his only daughter. She has two brothers, aged 18 and 11. She had been very successf...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

35s Eggs a Day, formerly only 10 tc?& 15 THIS is the increase which resulted ' from feeding a flock of fowls with Karswood Poultry Spice (which . contains dried and ground insects). The start with Karswood was made on the advice of one friend to another — /. a frequent happen ing!^ ing — and the result, in the words of the writer of the letter below, was an eye \ \ ® / \ °Pener*' Here is the ^ - letter. Read it and i then make up your «. (rw^5^__jmind not to let another day pass without giving Karswood a trial. ' Dear Sirs, On a friend's advice I started using Karswood which I am pleased to say was an eye-opener to me. Before using we were only getting 10 to 15 eggs daily. In less than three weeks after using Karswood we were up to 35 a day. Just to give it a fair trial I stopped using Karswood. Result, laying -dropped to 24 a day. I have commenced using again, and will write you results in a couple of weeks.' (Signed) E. A. B. ' Ctleraine,' Wagga. 6/4/28 GUNDAGAI RETURNED S...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

JUST LOVELY! ARE Appropriate Words to .use when Describing .» . .. ? the Wonderful Display of 1 BABY QOODS which RYANS have now on exhibition i ' i NEVER before have they had anything to ap proach — in variety of design, material and quali- ( ties — the present stock, all the newest and most 1 attractive styles being on show and the prices are i are as usual, moderate. | SPECIAL care and attention has been paid to securing articles which would be suitable for BABY BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, and you will be j charmed and delighted by a visit of inspection to our SHOW ROOMS. INFANT'S KNITTED SILK BONNETS .... 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 4/6 each INFANT'S HAND-MADE BONNETS, in a large range of designs, at 4/6 to 10/6 each. CREAM KNITTED SILK CAPS ? 3/11 to 10/6 each. KNITTED SILK HATS, in All-Cream and Cream and Sky . . 10/6 each INFANT'S WHITE PIQUE BLUE-LINED PETER PANS . . 2/11 each INFANT'S CREAM FUJI PETER PANS ? ? .. 2/11 each KNITTED SILK SHOETTES, 2/11 and 3/6; also in Crepe de chene 2/11 and 3/6 ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

LEGAL. WILSON and DODDS .= SOLICITORS, ETC. W. H. WILSON, B.A., LLB. FRED. A. DODDS Gundagai, and at 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. WEEKES and WEST, Solicitors, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Ph. 54, Gundagai. MR. L. J. CONDON, Surgeon Dentist, WYNYARD STREET, TUMUT D. P. TURNER, DENTIST SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. ADVANX TY-RE-PAIR DEPOT WEST-STREET, GUNDAGAI. W. SMALL RE-TREAD TYRES IN STOCK NEW TYRES AND TUBES ON HAND. TUBES REPAIRED ALSO w. 'small Proprietor ROBERT E. MOORE 1 Qualified Electrical fl| sj ; Engineer . .. ? J u DISTRIBUTORS FOR: X WESTINGHOUSE ELEC- ||| ^ TRICAL WARE AND LAMPS. ' I IRWIN'S GARAGE,.. ijjj - GUNDAGAI. ? | PHONE, 120. nfi ? ? ? ? ? llll c . ? ? — 1 BELL AND WYLIE HAIRDRESSERS and TOBACCONISTS (Late of Melbourne)/ Have commenced business in Sheri dan-street, next to Criterion Hotel. ALL CLASSES OF WORK DONE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER LadieS Specially Catered For HAVE A CHOCOLATE BUY THE LATEST FROM. TOM. WEBBY 'THE LOLLY KING.' 1 All the BEST CONFECTIONERY , | we sell. ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL SALES RE-OPEN FAIRLY GENERAL DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

WOOL SALES RE-OPEN FAIRLY GENERAL DEMAND Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report:- - Considering the reports of indifferent business at London woool sales, t'te results of te reopening auctions in Sydney, must be considered fairly satisfactory. Rates for well grown, free or nearly free merino fleece wools were unchanged on the level ruling at the closing Sydney sales on September 5. Other merino fleece lines were 5 per cent cheaper with Very burry line showing considerable irregularity. Skirtings sold readily ai firm figures. Japan was the most forceful com petitor. French orders were more plentiful than previously this season. Germany provided appreciable com petition but was scarcely so keen as during August and September. Bel gium and Italy competed and occa sional bidding was seen on American and Yorksire account. The interruption caused by the strike is no doubt responsible for the easing in values recorded. Without Japanese demand and with indifferent selections available, Lonid'on sal...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 8 October 1928

WfflLE THE BILLY BOILS Just a short note about am old time N.S.W. drover named Jack Tim mins. ' At one time he used to take 200 or 300 fat bullocks from Moree to Homebush, and the route was across the Blue Mountains. His droving outfit consisted of himself, two dogs, a horse, a wallet to carry his tucker across his saddle, one blan ket and an oilskin coat. In those days the railway line went only as ft.tr as Newcastle, and fences were not known. He did this trip for years and we,s never known to lose a beast. He died at Gollarenabri in 1911, aged 104 years. On one occasion he lost a bullock on the Namoi and he sent his two dogs back to get the beast. As they were a long time away Jack went back to see what was wrong, and he found the two dogs with the red bullock that had been lost. It had got mixed up with some station cattle. Rattler was holding the bul lock by the nose while Spot was look ing at the brsind. That's how good his dogs were, if we feel inclined to believe the old man...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

' jlfjilu i^ll ^IWPmUM imiw.ii— -- ?'??''' V THE qualities which have gained for Chev rolet the place of the world's leader arpong low pnced^ cars have been im proved — refined — aug mented ; all with , the idea. of providing greater value. The new Chevrolet is now offered as follows. STANDARD nQAr TOURER XZUO STANDARD PO A P ROADSTER XZUO SPORTS PQ Q f* ROADSTER jtZZO (with Dicky Seat) V'~ W TWODOOR poor ' SEDAN XZoi} FOUR-DOOR POIT SEDAN XOl-0 ] ? V ' /'? . All Models are Equipped with 5 Balloon Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR A LONGER^^ASSIS \ / % /PHE wheelbase has been increased W t0 107 inches, two snubber plates 'lave ac^ed *° eac^ spring control ? ling the rebound and absorbing shocks. jdr Rims are wider and the. tyre size has m ? been increased: All . these improve \fjHff ments result in a supreme road com- vj r* X ai^ ridin§' ease- AN Ei £ VITALLY IMPROVED Chevrolet valve-in-head engine 4bC\ I promotes greater poWer, great O RHB^II ? er quietness find faster acceler...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

NEW SOUTH WALES ? GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS Excursion Tickets at Single Fare for the Double Journey (minimum rates 8/9 first-class and 5/10 second class) will be issued at Gundagai, to Sydney and intermediate stations by train leaving Gundagai at 5.40' p.m. on Saturday, 3rd November. ihese Tickets will have a coupon attached, which is not available for travel when returning unless re dated, and coupon must be present ed within the period of availability at the Station named thereon (or an intermediate Station) for that purpose. Tickets will be available for return within one calendar month. Excursionists will only be allow- 1 ed to return by trains shown . on handbills. { For full particulars as to times of trains at intermediate stations, &c., see handbills, obtainable from station masters. (7850.) W.J.MORRIS, Secretary.. |. ROBERT E. MOORE S j|| Qualified Electrical |j j Engineer | DISTRIBUTORS FOR: ? X HI WESTINGHOUSE ELEC- ||| T...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF SPRING RACES TO BE HELD GUNDAGAI CLUB ANNUAL MEETING CLUB FREE OF DEBT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

THE TURF ( SPRING RACES TO BE HELD GUNDAGAI CLUB ANNUAL MEETING CLUB FREE OF DEBT The annual meeting of members of Gundagai Racing Club was held yesternight There were present -.—Messrs.' J. O. Robertson (chair), E. E. Weekes, T. A. Woodbridge, J. Walsh, J. Egan, A. Lindley, C. Sewell, A. Hogan, and Dr. Robertson. Secretary Allman's annual report, as follows, was adopted:- - Gentlemen, — I submit herewith statement of receipts and expenditure for the period 1st August, 1927, '.to 31st July, 1928, from which it will be seen that your Club has a balance at the bank of £19/19/9. Buring the period under review only one race meeting was held, as, owing' to the limited number of horses in training at the time, it was decided to abandon the spring meeting. Your annual meeting was a great success, both from a racing point of view and financially, and resulted . in a profit of £172/3/2. It may be of. interest to members to know that this is the first time since 1922 that your Club have been ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

mBBBnaaD3BB«HBBnBIMBHWMHV CRICKET Nangus, having joined up in the Junee Cricket competition for the Webb Shield, played their first match on Sunday, when, despite the day( it was awful for cricket) , good play was shown on both sides. Nangus bat ted first, and put up the respectable score of 205 for nine wickets (in nings declared closed). Jack Smith, tttI+T, KQ -.trot, M nTi/viif Junee, in their effort,, lost three wickets for 144. F. Rae and D..Bard, with 47 and 62 respectfully, played very attractive cricket for Junee. The match was drawn. Scores: — NANGUS' ' T. Boyton, c Hunt, b Inglis . . 37 N. Norris, b Bard . . *. . . . 3 A. Gittoes, l.b.w., b Weaver . . 22 A. Chandler, b Bye ........ 6 E. Boyton, c Englis, b Rae . . 13 T. Mills, b Hunt . . ..... . . — 15; J. Smith, c Rae, b Bard . . 59 M. Hill, b Rae . . . . . . .- . . . -1 L. Boyton, not out ? '3.7 W. Boyton, b Weaver ...... 7 A. Norris, not out ? ? 1 Sundries . . .... .. 4 Total ? .205 JUNEE V. Hunt, c L. Boyton, b T. Boy ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GONE TO BLAZES Gundagai's Midnight Fire Volunteers Effect Great Save About £2000 Damage [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

GONE TO BLAZES I ? ? ? ? I ? ? Gundagai's Midnight Fire Volunteers Efffect^Great Save About £2000 Damage As the elephant .walked around, half an hour before the eerie hour of 12 yesternight, the boss of Wirth's Circus blew his alarm whistle, and all his men responded. So did a big number of townspeo ple, who were talking about the Circus doings of a little while before. A column of flame, hundreds of feet high, was shooting skywards, ftrom the centre of Fleming and Co's bulk store, at the rear of the firm's emporium, in Sheridan-street, and adjoining the N.S.W. Bank. In a very short time the local vol ; unteer fire brigade had one of the big hoses at work — it was carried in through the passage between Mahon ey's and Fleming's stores, on the north end of the shed. Close by was the petrol magazine, packed with tins of petrol. Daringly one of Wirth's Circus men got under the curtain of flame, . and battered in the magazine door and, helped by several plucky local lads, the petrol was ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEFIES THE COMMITTEE (To the Eidtor). [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

DEFIES THE COMMITTEE (To the Eidtor). Dear Sir, — This will make it, doub ly certain that I consider my actions right. I defy the committee and wish it known to them and the public that if I see fit to repeat what I did I'll do so. My reasons are: — (a) The Committee so far kf-ve (b) By doing what I did I disprov ed scurillous rumors to my own satisfaction. (c) Destruct to construct when necessary. I consider my actions have done this. Again I repeat I defy the Com mittee and will continue in spite of all the motions against me to do what I consider right and in the in terests of the public and district of Gundagai, so long as I remain on the Hospital Committee. J. A. MACARTHUR-ONSLOW.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
USEFUL HINTS EASILY MADE SWEETS CREAMED PEPPERMINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

USEFUL HINTS i EASILY MADE SWEET.S CREAMED PEPPERMINTS Two breakfastcupfuls of granulat ed sugar, 12 drops of essence of pep permint, 6 tablespoonfuls of hot wa ter, h tablespoonful of cream of tar tar, 1 tablespoonful of powdered sugar. Boil the graunlated sugar and hot water together for four minutes, add the other ingredients, beat all together for exactly two minutes, and drop spoonfuls on buttered toast to harden. S 9 ? COCOANUT CANDY lilb. white sugar, lib. dessicated co utes. Add the cocoanut, and boil ten minutes more, stirring all the time, as the mixtui'e burns easily. Pour on to buttered plates to set. ? * * # PEANUT BRITTLE . Two cups of sugar, i cupful of chopped peanuts. Heat the . sugar slowly without stirring. When it is J all melted and a clear .color, add the j npannf-.R fhnzel nuts will do if VOU I prefer them), and mix well together. Pour into the bottom of an unbutter ed cake tin, use two silver knives to mould the mixture into flat cakes; mark in strips so that...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

^ . \ * r . -j ? ? _ I--''—. - SATURDAY, OCT. 13. A master crook! A young- detective! A marvellous dog! A girl in peril! These are the ingredients of 'THE 13th HOUR' with LIONEL BARRYMORE, and JACQUELINE GADSDON. A thrill ing drama of mystry, stark adventure, and troubled love — with Napol eon the emperor of movie dogs making his marvellous screen debut, you will gasp at the 4 footed hero's phenomenal intelligence, at his devotion to his master, and his almost human protection of the girl in lonely peril of being snatched from her lover for evei\ Star No. 2. FORD STERLING, GEORGE SIDNEY and BEN LYON in ' FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE ' To win was to lose! A victory for his College would bring aishonor and disgrace to his three foster fathers. How could he disappoint his thousands of chums whose last hopes rested in the might of arms — A PICTURE FULL OF SENSATIONS. Also COMEDY, GAZETTE, and SCENIC NEWS iBIBBBBBBBBBB WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17:— Lilian Gish in 'ANNIE LAURIE.' It's now being shown a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL CIRCUS: In like Lions; out like Lambs MIDNIGHT MEANDERINGS BRING SHOCKS FOR SHERLOCK. BELLICOSE BELLOW ENDS IN BAA-BAA! Meeting Closes With a Promise of Practical Effort for Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

HOSPITAL eiRgUSi In like Lions; out like Lambs ^ ? ? ? » t t ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ? ? ? 1' I III I | | I. I I I I I I I I I ? i ? ? ? ~ MIDNIGHT INEANDERiNGS BRINC SHO&KS CM SHERLOCK. BELLICOSE BELLOW ENDS IN BAA-BAA ! Meeting Closes With a Promise of Practical Effort for Hospital. At Monday night's meeting of Gundagai District Hospital Commit tee-there were present Messrs. C. E. Butcher. (President), Shaw, D. E. Roberts, T. Irwin, S. H Donnelly, L. Boyton, J. Macarthur-Onslow, Geo. Holm, and the secretary, Mr. J. F. McLaughlin. A letter received from Mrs. Ben nett-White, stating that she would probably be able to bring the 'Oheern Girls' aloner earlv in Decem ber, -to run a Hospital function at Gundagai. At present she was nurs ing her husband, who was ill. The President said he had instruc ted the Secretary to invite Mrs. Bennett-White to bring the 'Cheero Girls,' so that the Hospital might benefit by another £28. The Department of Health wrote that the Hospital Act made no pro v...

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

My Lady's Gorner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT''''' SOCIAL GOSSIP, (COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS (CONDUCTED BY 'DAME DULCIE.') ? ? ? ? ? ? SOCIAL GOSSIP By fashion experts it was said that the recent race meeting was possibly the best-dressed meeting ever held at Randwick. Let any one who j doubts that at heart we are savages still, look at a crowd like that. We women (if fashion permits) love to deck ourselves in gaily .colored rai ment, iust as an island girl loves to , twine hibiscus in her hair. It is hard to say which color pre-dominated in those countless really lovely frocks. Perhaps it was yellow, but there were thousands of exquisite blues and greens and gay splashes of scarlet like shirley poppies. I frankly admit the aboriginal element in myself. I love color. It delights me to see all these deep rich tones. Pastel tints are very beautiful, but they lack- — -the life (shall I say?) of these. * ? * At every big affair there are al ways those people...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

MLlr- ^ ? ? ? ? — » Spring; 1928 IB ? BBS ? HBB'S«BBBBBBDEBBBBBBB BflBBBBBBBBBBB / ' Wl^vKT stymies* jj A UNIQUE DISPLAY of jj | Spring and Summer Novelties j j.': is now on view in our Mantle, Millinery, and Dress Depart 1 ments. The collection em- | III braces all the newest and |||| # I latest ' ideas in Fabrics, and, | | as these are confined to us for | A Gundagai, an early visit to x | this interesting display will be 1 . .. Ill appreciated. : J| .. j! OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM:-'' ' ? | | Presents the most attractive |j jj collection of Frocks, Coats, ??? I Suits and Sports Wear ever ??? assembled in Gundagai. III - ? . Ill OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF SPRING MILLINERY ? BBBBBBBBBBflBflBHBBflB BB HB H B BB B IBBBB BIBB ? ' Spring; 1928 ?BllflBfllRBBBBHIBBBBIBBBflBBBIBfllBBBBBHIK W.C. Gundagai ; ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x