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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

about people Mr. S. H. Eagles, President of the local Nationalist Association, has ten dered his resignation. $ * * Mr. R- Snellgrove is acting as assistant C.P.S. at Gundagai, during _ . , i ? ? 1 ? f Mr. A. Burnes' tnree-weeKs * * * The Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, Dr. Radford, has cancelled all en gagements, owing to the serious ill ness of Mrs. Radford. » * - First-class Constable A. E. M. / Shipway, of Wagga, has been appoint ed to replace the , late Constable Mc Andrew at Batlow. ... ? ? Sergeant Dyce is back in harness again. The Sergeant did not get past Canberra. 'Weather conditions for travel were too disagreeable,' he says. v . * * * Ringmaster Baine, of Wirth's Cir cus, is believed to have broken a bone in the back of his left hand, whilst helping to fight the fire at Fleming's store. ? * * Mr. W. Wicht, who was recently Bailiff at Gundagai, and who after wards had a bootmaking business here, died at Tumut on Tuesday evening. He had been suffering for some time. ? ? ? Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

THE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1928

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XV—Continued [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

? SERIAL STORY. . : . . . . | The F^atal 1 ? bondage I .......................?-——I?-—' CHAPTER XV— Continued i \ 'I— I'm engaged,' said Adeline, re lieved to find that her cousin knew nothing of her marriage to Guy. It proved how out-of-the-world people were on that side of the Tiver. 'I — I hope to be married soon.' 'Well, then, you'll find out it ain't so easy to boss a man as you may think, 'specially if you happen to | have a soft spot lor him — though you were never given to soft spots for anyone, Adeline, man or woman.' 'Oh, I don't know. I'm not so bad, but that I might be worse. What is that rubbish on the bed — all that tinsel stuff?' 'Odd jobs of work I get from a theatrical costumier's . Anything to ; keep a roof over our heads. The- one thing I feel sick at the thought of is leaving this house, where poor mother lived and died. It may be paltry, poverty-stricken pride, too; but I dread the time when we shall be forc ed into herding with a crowi in one of those horrid ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

~ PROMPT WOOL RETURNS GUARANTEED, at full market rates. WOOL OFFERED FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY ON ARRIVAL IN STORE. LET US SELL YOUR WOOL THIS SEASON, YOU WILL BE MORE THAN SATISFIED AUSTRALIAN WOOL BROKERS AND PRODUCE EXPORTERS LTD Adyar, House, Bligh-street, Sydney. Waybills forwarded on request C00TAMUNDRA ANNUAL SHOW TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 & 24 Train Arrangements RETURN TICKETS for single fare and a quarter, minimum 2/11 First Class, 1/6 Second, will be issued from Tumut and intermediate stations, commencing on Monday, 22nd October, and thereafter by trains timed to arrive at Cootamun dra or Cootamundra West not later than 11.20 a.m. on Wednesday, 24th October, available for return until Saturday, 27th October. HUNTING COMPETITORS PLEASE NOTE: — 50 per cent Increase in Prize Money, viz:, Section CC,' Hunting, &c. — Class 3, Pony Hunters, £3 1st, £1/10/- 2nd.; Class 4, Lady Hunters, £6 .1st, £1/10/- 2nd; Class 5, Sound Hunter, £18 1st, £6 2nd. £1/10/- 3rd; C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

THE WORLD HAS A NEW AND FINER MOTOR CAR NASH^tOO' THE NEW SERIES No single thing more quickly and strikingly identifies the new character of the **400'* series than their radically new type of performance . The illustration shows the Ad vanced Six, 7 - passenger, Salon Body, in the new '400' Series just introduced by Nash. It is a powerful car, with 130 inch wheelbase. You can drive it 75 to 80 miles per hour, with mat ter-of-fact ease, due to its newly designed 'Twin Ignition' twelve spark plug high compres sion motor. Houdaille double action 53pS shock absorbers and the lUeSs new '400' double drop frame endow this new ® Nash with exceptional ^ E. SYDENHAM, Gundagai. comfort. Bijur centralised chassis lubrication adds convenience and long life. A new Nash steering design creates the easiest handling car the motor industry has ever pro duced. If you would convince yourself, inspect, ride in the New Nash '400' and realise ? ? ? why Motordom has won [/(£ dered what further im provemen...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

ON THE LAND | .The sheai-ers have had a great run! ? » » Most of the principal sheds round Gundagai have 'cut' out,' ^ v # ' ?' * j Three .water trains daily continue to rim from Gundagai to Cootamun dra. The appoximate estimate of the value of the wool already sent from Gundagai district to markets is put at £70,000. At noon sales in Sydney to-day sheep prices were weaker; lambs un changed; cattle a shade lower; and maize 4/6. » « ? Up to date 1938 bales of wool have been sent away from Gundagai rail way . station this .season. Tumblong has sent 358 bales, and Willie Ploma 35 bales. Sj5 * * Values, on an average, at Sydney rabbit skin sales yesterday were: — Outgoings to 92d. per lb., pelty 73d., racks 54d., aind does 72d., so Wincn combe Carson wire us. * * * Read advertised particulars of clearing sale at Mr. E. Brooks' resi dence ,'Hopefield,' Brawlin, on Wed nesday, 17th insta.nt, by Messrs. Geo. Thompson and Co. « ? ? Sold at llomebush on Monday: — Ac. S. Wilson and Co. Gundag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

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! 4 ^ A. LLOYD, WOOL ' SRUTSHINGS. ^jJS13JSI3JS]3JSJ3ISISJ3MSI3J3MBI3M3MSISM3Md1p' We have direct outSet for unlimited quantity crutchings Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101. W. Fleming & Co., THE BUSIEST SHOP IN GUNDAGAI. iitiitiiiiittiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiiii nit imiit nun in tn tiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiniiiiittiiiiMiM tut in niiiiiitniiiiiiiii Just a few AFTER SALE SPECIALS in the Furniture Department Bedroom Suite, 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...

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MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

MOTOR NOTES iiiiifiiiiiiitiifiiiiitiitiiifiiitiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniit At a conference of the Institute of Civil Engineers recently held in England, one of the papers delivered was by no less authority than Mr. H. R.. Richardo, who dealt with the internal combustion engine. Some of the points from his paper, wnicn are most cuinpieneusive interesting, are as follows: — Referring to the light high-speed Diesel engine which uses crude or heavy fuel oils and. fires the mixture by' means of high compression, elimi nating sparking plugs and electrical apparatus, Mr. Richardo said that it was surprising 'uov, few technical de fects have. bee.-- encountered. ? 9 -1- But how far the saving cost of fuel will compensate foj:-the dirt and smell inseparable fronfthe use of heavy oil yet remains to be seen. It is evident i that if the Diesf ene-ine were de veloped to an dKnt comparable to that of the petjpp engine its advan tage in the lower fuel cost would soon div Sj^r. To-day ...

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"AS SWEET AS PIE" Gundagai Women Go To Law What One Of Them Wrote [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

'AS fflyEET AS Fiy Gundagai Women Go To Law What One Of Them Wrote In the Supreme Court, at Sydney, on Mon- . day , a case from Gundagai was called, in which Mabel Goodsali, wife of George Goodsall, jun. , Gun dagai, sued Margaret Mary Crane, wife of Archibald Crane, Gundagai for alleged defamatory statements made in a letter alleged to have been written by defendant to plaintiff's daughter. The amount of damages claimed was £500. The case was heard in Sydney on Monday, in No 2 Jury Court, before Mr. Justice James and a, jury of four. Barrister J. E. Cassrdy, instruct ed by Messrs. Wilson and Dodds '(Gundagai), appeared for plaintiff. A writ was issued on July last, and an interlocutory judgement sign ed on August 14th. There was no appearance for Mrs. Crane, and the question for the jury was one of the assessment of damages. Mabel Goodsall, the 16-year-old daughter of the plaintiff, said she was staying with her aunt at Goul burn in May and June last, and while there she received t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

* Such nice preients can be obtained if you collect Kinkara Tea Labels and by using 'Mother's Choice' Flour and keeping the Coupon*, you have your present in half the time. Showroom: 99 Bathurst St., Sydney Catalogues Post Free on Application I ' Hours out-o'-doors briiig^e^jge^ ap petites ; and when the hamper is opened and good things set out, ~ K.B. completes the enjoyment of the occasion. Sparkling, exhilarating and pure, K.B. quenches healthy ? thirst and diffuses contentment. K.B. is a true Lager. ' $»%$!$ If gl^vi ? - Dravv^d and Bottled by TOOTH & CO, LIMITED, Kent Brewery, Sydney \...H a— — ^ ,!?«-— — — B— ^ — . - R)stepOar!^ Custard v-..; f||-? Made in a moment, it's smooth, creaminess and refinement of flavor, combine in providing, a dish which is always the same; — I.-A W^\ a^ays temptingly delicious — always welcome. ll| Served with fresh. ? stewed, or preser- - ? ved fruit, it makes a still more wholesome, more easily . &!!!? digested' and nourishing, d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

DEATH BUS'H — October 2nd, at the Child ren's Hospital, Camperdown, Nor man Victor, dearly beloved son of Victor (late of Berremangra) and Francis Bush of 'Romani', 60 Boyce Road, Maroubra. Age four years and ten month's. 'Of- such is the Kingdom of Heaven' IN MEMORIAM HAWKER. — In loving remembrance of our dear son OLIVER JAMES HA-WKER, who departed this life the 13th October, 1924. Gone from us that smiling face, Those pleasant cheerful ways; The heart that won so many friends in happy by-gone days. Inserted by His Father and Mother, Sisters and Brothers. IN MEMORIAN HAWKER. — In fond and loving mem ory of my darling husband and daddy, OLIVER JAMES HAW KER, who departed this life on 13th October, 1924. Four years have passed since that sad day Whe the one We loved was called away.. The end was sudden, the shock severe, To part with one we loved so dear. Though absent from amongst us, You are ever in our thoughts, And we who loved you dearly, To love and then to part Is the saddest...

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BUDGET FROM JUGIONG THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 11 October 1928

[budget from jugiong (By the Man from Jugiong). 1 THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK The future prospects for the rucn on the land- are not good, and the growers and breeders of the Jugiong and surrounding localities are grad ually becoming alarmed about their chances for their summer pasturage. Just at present the country looks well. The grass on the flats is nice and green, but short, and lacking the luxuriance that usually characterises the meadows at this season of the year. The hills are becoming brown and showing signs of restraint, and greatly in need of a good downpour in the immediate future. The pre sent prospects for summer feed are far from encouraging. The August and September rains have been the lightest for many years, consequent ly, the ground has become hard and cement like, so much so, that the situation is fast becoming serious. Rain has been threatening for the past fortnight, but very little has descended. In addition to a few real light showers, 62 points on the 23rd August ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

JUST LOVELY! ARE Appropriate Words to use when Describing the Wonderful Display of BABY GOODS which RYANS have now on exhibition 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 attractive styles being on show and the prices are are as ustfal, moderate. SPECIAL care and attention has been paid to securing articles which would be suitable for _ . BABY BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, and you will be 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 pair. CREAM WOOLLEN BO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

WOOL GROWERS Please note Mr. Thos. Leitch, wool buyer, and Representative of large local and foreign wool interests, is prepared to buy clips large or small on a strictly cash basis in the shed at full market values. Liberal ad vances, sworn weights, prompt set tlements. Quick returns. Growers desirous of offering wool in the shed, please give early intimation of shear ing date thus enabling Mr. Leitch to inspect promptly W. E. KYLE & CO. W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTIONEERS , STOCK, STATION, LAND, FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Accident. SOUTH BRITISH— Live Stock and Crop (Fire and Hail) , Haystacks, Fencing, Workmen's Compensa- j tion. Personal Accident. ( DISTRICT SUB-AGENTS, A.M.P. LIFE INSURANCE. MACHINERY AGENCIES. Sole District Agent for: MASSEY-HARRIS Renowned Farm Machinery, Binder Twine, Oils, mid Machinery Duplicates. CLYDE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. WOLSELEY'S Sheep Shearing Ma ch...

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INCREASE IN RATE OF INTEREST IN G.S. BANK OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

INCREASE IN RATE OF INTER EST IN G.S. BANK OF N.S.W. The Commissioners of the Govern ment Savings Bank of N.S.W. notify that the rate of interest on accounts in the Savings Bank Department' is increased to 4 per cent! as from the 1st October, with the following limi tations: — (a) Personal, Joint, -Trust, and Children's accounts: 4 per cent, up to £1000 . (b) Accounts of Friendly or other Societies or Institutions not carried on for trade or profit: 4 per cent up to any amount. (c) Municipal and Shire Accounts other than Sinking Fund Accounts: 4 per cent up to £1000. (d) Municipal and Shire Sinking Fund Accounts: 4 per cent, up to any amount. Accounts under headings (b) , (c) , and (d) in the Rural Bank Depart ment will also be allowed interest at 4 per cent/ on the same basis.

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THE BUSH TRAPPERS DINGOES, PIGS AND BEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

THE BUSH TRAPPERS DINGOES, PIGS AND BEARS The average trapper relies not only on kangaroos and bears for living, but when these are not available, or the latter; protected, he turns his attention to dingoes, wild. pigs or DrumDies. un most ox yueensiaziu s pastoral properties he is a welcome visitor when he starts out to exter minate, the wild dog on a run as they have become such a menace that, despite the number killed by trap pers and others, they are still increas ing. At the present time Mr. A. ('Gus') Fontaine, is the -leading trapper in Queensland. He was working for a living when he was seVen years of age, shepherding sheep, spare boy for teamsters, and horse boy for drovers. In these early years of his life he visited Cunnamulla,' St. George and Blackall, and he still re members a big mob of aborigines who were scalping for white men near the 'Shinglehut.' One evening, when he was near Forest Vale, dingoes cut off a mob of stud rams. The follow ing day 93 of them were colle...

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EIECTRICAL COOKING SOME NOTABLE ADVANTAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

EIECTRICAL COOKING SOME NOTABLE ADVANTAGES The advantages of cooking by elec tricity are very marked, and the mod ern electric cooking range is so high in efficiency that the time is not far .distant when electricity will 'be im portant factor in cooking meals. Tests carried out by the Electricity Department in Sydney have shown that an electric range will cook for the average family of six persons, at an electricity cost of one penny per head per day. In Gundagai the cost is about two pence per head per day. If the size of the family is .larger, 'the cost will be relatively lower. A remarkable feature of cooking electricity is the reduced shrinkage of roasts. .The loss of weight from ordinary cooking is said to amount to two1 or three times the loss in weight compared 'with electric cookery. Every housewife knows that a 61b. joint of meat shrinks to 41b. in an ordinary wood oven. In an electric oven the shrinkage, is to about 511b. only. Cakes cooked in an electric oven are uniform...

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F. and S. ASSOCIATION GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

F. and S. ASSOCIATION GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COUNCIL A general' meeting of the above was held in the Literary Institute on Saturday Aveek, there being present: Messrs. F. Henery (Gundagai), in the chair, J. W. Corkhill (Brungle), I D. Nicholls (Muttama), and N. C. Pyemont (hon. sec.) Apologies fbr non-attendance received from Messrs. T. H. Boyton and E. Lilley. / ' The Secretary presented an interim balance sheet on the recent annual ball, showing a credit balance of ap proximately £80. On the motion of Messrs. D. Nicholls and F. Henery, the sum of £40, being half proceeds of the function, was voted to the Hospital, and the secretary was authorised to forward that amount to the Gundagai District Hospital. Correspondence relating to the re ' vised trucking dates* at Muttama, was read from the General Secretary, and the Secretary N.S.W. Govern ment Railways, and, on the motion of Messrs. J. W.' Corkhill and F. Mc uruer, tne secretary was requested to j write to the Area Commissioner re gar...

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BIG AIRSHIP GOING WELL WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

BIG AIRSHIP GOING WELL WASHINGTON, Sunday. The latest advice of the Graft Zep pelin, which is flying the Atlantic from Berlin, states that the airship is about 5000 miles from the Ameri can coast. The dirigible, which part ly damaged, is making 70 miles per hour.

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THE POTATO CROP THE QUESTION OF SIZE OF SEED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

— 'Uu — THE POTATO CROP THE QUESTION OF SIZE OF SEED There is considerable -diversity of opinion as to which is the best size of potato to use as seed. Small po totoes can be divided into two class es — (1) the late formed tubers of a strong, robust plant; (2) the pro duce of a plant of low vitality. The former would probably yield as well as its parent but the latter could on ly be expected to produce a crop of poor quality. When poor potatoes, selected from the pit, are used year after year, reduction in yield must follow, since every year the produce of weekly plaints would be on the in crease. Experiments carried out by the De partment of Agriculture with whole and cut seed have not produced re sults more favorable to one than to the other. If the season should be dry at planting time, it would be preferable to use whole potatoes, as the cut seed would dry out consid erably before shooting, and conse quently would not be able to give the young' plant the same start in life as a ...

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