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SPORTING. THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

SPORTING. THE TURF . Mr. Perce Paine has put his , V erge mare into work. S'he is' a; classylook ing bit of horse . flesh.' :' . : .- Mr. J. O. Robertson's 'Repudiona, starting at 4's,' won 'the Maiden Plate at i\aranaera itaces on Wed nesday. Repudiona is by Reputation — Poseidonia. [ 1 ine A.d.u:'.tominiwee dismissed the appeal 'of Jockey 'Marsden. against the decision of the Stipen diary Stewards disqualifying Mars den for two 'years. « 9 9 The' Young traUied - horse Black rifMVIo n punters at Narandera on Thursday ' when it. annexed the Trial Stakes.' The horse is owned' by Mr. R. Payne, 1 nf Vniran T+' ;n ! of the horse had their pockets lined to the extent of 'sums which ran into four figures. The former fcttolamon sportsman, Mr. Watty M'Donald's Western Hill, ' who was brought from Sydney to : race at the Wagga fc-how races, and ? has since been spelling ;in that dis- { trict/'is again .'in.: work. . She visited! the Wagga courses';., on . Wednesday morning in charge of the :...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE LABOR POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

THE LABOR POLICY ? 'The election fight1 is over,' de clares the weekly bulletin of the Federal Country Party Parliamentary Committee. 'This became evident even before the leaders of the Com posite Government delivered their speeches. Mr. Scullin, the Liauor leader, gave the show away. When he hopped into the arena with his large red flag, the continent expect e,ti a dramatic announcement of two of. how Labor intended to deal with what Mr. Scullin termed the 'keen wicked' importer'— a gentleman who probably imports a fair proportion of Mr. Scullin's ' shirts and singlets ; half the suits of the Labor Party, and a percentage of their socks and dia mond tie-pins and 'motor cars, and cabinet gramophones and pianolas. He didn't say, either, what he would do to the manufacturers or the notorious money 'power Mr. Theodore spends a lot of his time talking, about. ? ? Mr. Scullin kept those things dark, though one may read between ' the lines, and judge from Labor history elsewhere. For exam...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

POLITICAL PIPS MiiriiiiiiiftitiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiitiiiiimitiiiMiniiiiiiiiititiiilllitic Mr. Theodore, at Gundu- J gai on Saturday, October, 27th, in ! support of Parker Moloney. | V * * I All members and supporters of the Country Party are invited to at tend a meeting of Gundagai C.P. branch, to be held in the Literary Institute to-night. 'Mr. Hicks, cam-, paign director, will be present. J » * * 'Is there anything in the bill to stop a racehorse from running when he is 'dead?' facetiously inquired Mr. M'Donald, in the Legislative Council when the Attorney-General was ex plaining the effect of a provision in the amending Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bill. Nonplussed for the moment by the laughter which rang round the chamber, Mr. Boyce hesi tated and then answered 'No; it's something you may know' more about than I do.' The ex-Minister Arthur - Griffith ' 'pats ' himself ; on the 'back!'; 'Fig- ures given;''- (heAs'ays) .'by Mr. Bavin in his Budget speech shows the profits deriv...

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OUR STREET TREES ONCE AN ORNAMENT—NOW A NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

OUR STREET TREES immiiiimittitiimiiiiiimmitiiimiiiiiiiiitiiMviiiiiiiuHMiM* ^ ONCE AN ORNAMENT— NOW A NUISANCE. I Trees jn town streets-;, add to the , appearance of a place, and- the man who advocates the cutting ' down of, such a growth might be considered ? a- vandal. But there' is reason 'in all , things, and no man, who keeps his eyes open, can honestly controvert the contention that the Sheridan-street cedars, once an ornament to the town, have become a nuisance. The trees are' bothei-some to business people, they are. troublesome to the telephone authorities, and are an un doubted nuisance to motorists. And ? ' ' ? A.\. _ . f rriu~ now comes tne icist a tie ic* conditioning of Sheridan-street, and covering it with bitumen surface, is being spoiled by the presence of the trees. The job, well done, so far, is being spoiled owing to the contrac tors not being able to give their machinery a proper run out. We pjat the question straight to the Shire councillors — Are you going to s...

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SCHOOL SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

SCHOOL SPORT. ' The school football competition finished on Friday, last, when the Sey mour Cup went into., the possession nf ti-(» Convent school team. A filial was to have been played with South Gundagai public school, but the latter forfeited. The Convent team was well, ahead, on points. The Cup hol ders emulated their football el,aers — they got supporters to put money in the Cup, and are going to have a picnic during the week. * ' * * j Although only in his mid-'teens, ; Leslie Grant, a school boy at a Syd ' ney grammar school, defeated all'. his ?adult competitors at Pratten ' Park, , recently in the quarter-mile event, 1 1 which he cut put in the remarkably fast time, for a boy, of 58 7-10 sees.

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

CRICKET Cricketers' Dance at St. John's Hall tomorrow evening. * % * Yesterday a Gundagai' team jour neyed to Nangus, and played 'Nan gus Reserve te,am. A very enjoyable day. was spent. The match ended in an exciting manner, Gundagai win ning by 10 runs. ..The following, are, the scores: — GUNDAGAI 1st. INNINGS. F. Miles, .b, P. Thornton . . 20 E. Bounader. .b, S. Elphick . . . 16 V. Carberry. .b, S. Elphick,:- -. . . 1 P. Freestone V':-b,' P. Thornton;- . . . 11 ?P:--' Sullivan i . b; -W. Smith . ... 23 H. Gibbons-, .l.lj.w;, fe;' fiose . . 23 E. Miller . . b, 'Maikeham '. . - .- . . . . 20 L. Lj'nch. .b, J. Sullivan 5 , C. Carberry . . b, Keogh .... . . 7 .A. Murphy;-. b- Makeham . . . . 1 A. .Webb . .run1 out . . ...... 1. J. Sullivan'.r. not out ; . . . . . ... 5 ; Sundries i1:' ? ? ? 14 Total ? ? . ?. ... 147 NANGUS RESERVE 1st. INNINGS ! . J B. Thornton, .b, E. Miller .. . v 12- ] N. Keogh. .run out . . ? ~. . . . 1 . 2 J. Sullivan.. b, E. Miller .. r. 12 F. Makeham. .c and b,...

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SOCIAL and PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

SOCIAL and PERSONAL ? I * T ? ' i v. Tile' sum -of £32/10/- was handed to Mr. Joe Wallace .on Saturday, as ' ?the i-esult of the recent benefit con cert. ,V; . Spectacular'-, j uvenile concert, by ... ? T\/r;«c TVyr^MaVirm'c pupiiiv .uxisq- 1C66J AfjuwTXfcWAVA* W Studio will be held at Coolac on No-, vembcr 28th, in aid of Gundagai gai Hospital. * * » The engagement is annour-ced of Miss C. M. (Kitty) Frost, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Frost, Wyangle, to Mr. Gregory Anderson, second son of Mr. and' Mrs. E. An derson, Newtown, Tumut. * * ' m Cardinal Cerretti was very much taken with the singing of Mrs. Bede Ryan, of' Gundagai, at the Wagga Cathedral Consecration. functions. His Eminence is said to have classed Mrs. Bede's voice as a 'most won derful one.' * ? * ? Rev'. Father Mullens, parish priest of Ardlethan and Ba!rellan, left last week on a term of .holiday, wellde serVed. During the popular priest's absence, Rev. Father Lappan, Mis sionary to the Chinese, will watch ove...

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LORRY ACCIDENT STEERING GEAR BREAKS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

LORRY .ACCIDENT STEERING GEAR BREAKS | Thursday last, when Cecil Smart was driving Mr. W. Fleming's Chev. lorry down Withers' Hill, on the Brungle road, the steering gear broke and the lorry ran off the road, over two deep gutters and, crashed into a fence, where it broke into flames. The ton truck was fully loaded with groceries, etc.^and the driver quick ly seized a tin of kerosene, punc tured the top and poured the oil out and then ran to the gully with the tin, where he got water and returned to put the fire out, though not before it had done considerable damage. The truck -and contents were not in sured. Mr. Fleming is certainly hav ! ing a concatenation of misfortunes, for a run of minor mishaps had pre ceded the big fire of Wednesday night last, which destroyed about £1500 worth of Mr. Fleming's prop erty. Fortunately the driver of the lorry was unhurt. ' I

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BEILEITER—WILLIAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

. : BEILEITER— WILLIAMS On October 3, at St. Mary's Catho lic Church, Bombala, the marriage took place of' Miss Rose Williams,. | fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, of Bombala (for merly of Gundaerai). and Mr. Lewis Hamilton Beileiter, of Nimmitabel, second son of the late Jacob Beilei ter, of Bombala, Fathef- John Roche officiating. A pinkyEarly Victorian frock, with a tight-fitting lame bo dice, and frilled georgette skirt, with, panels of heavy silver lace, was worn by the bride. Her ivpry silk em broidered tulle veil, which was worn capette fashion, and formed a train, was held in place with a chaplet of orange blossom. Miss Emily Williams was bridesmaid, and Mr. William Beileiter, of Delegate, attended as best main. The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, where the guests were received by Mrs. Williams. The bride left for the honeymoon in a woodland rose repp frock, trimmed with coney fur, and a close-fitting hat to tone. Mr. ' and Mrs. Beileit...

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

? — ? ? ? ? ? — . ; ? ; ? : ? ; ? COOTAMUNDRA 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 Cootamundra 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; Class 6, High Jump Contest, £15 1st, £4/10/- 2nd. ' y'JT ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, OCTOBER ,13 R. D. BEAVER, / Phone 366, Box 51. Secretary. J 10,000 GREAT QUALITY SHEEP wL 10,000 COOTAMUNDRA SPECIAL SHEEP %LE FRIDAY, 19th OCTOBER, 1928 at 2 p.m. DALGETY and Co., ...

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

THE INDEPENDENT MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1928

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

GUNDAGA* SHIRE COUNCIL TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUN CILLORS NOTICE is 'hereby given that FRIDAY, the second day of Novem bei*, 1928, has been fixed as the day of NOMINATION OF 'CANDIDATES for the offices of Councillors for the Gundagai Shire, dnd all Nominations ! must be made at the Office' 'of the Council, Sheridan-street, Gundagai. All Candidates at such Election shall be proposed for nomination in writing in 'the form of Nomination Paper, as prescribed in Ordinance 8, or to the like effect, and such writ ing shall state the surname 'and other names of the candidate and his a'bode, and occupation (if any) and be signed as 'proposers by at least twp Electors of the Riding of the Shire for which the Candidate is proposed. Every person so propos ed must be qualified in the manner provided by Part IX of the Local Government Act, but he need not be enrolled as an Elector for 'the par ticular Riding 1 for which he is pro posed. Eachi' Candidate must be proposed on a separate Nomination P...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

TOWN TOPICS Big storm at Coolac this morning, after 10 o'clock. .Gundagai- missed' it. j ?: ; \ * * \ ,L* . ' '' ..There's a- fine healthy, smell of tar in- 'town— our streets are ? being tar cleaned and covered with ^bitumen. - m ? The annual examination in con nection with all Catholic schools in Goulburn diocese commenced to-day, and will be continued to-morrow. A big number of Gundagai pupils are sitting for the exam. ? ? ? Two examiners from Sydney Con-. serVatorium will conduct a practical examination at Gundagai on Thurs day, when over 20 candidates will offer themselves for examination. j(: * * The £5000 debt on Wagga Cathe dral was cleared off by a . collection: at yesterday's big Afternoon Sanc tion. Five donors gave £250 each, and there were a big lot of £50 donors. ? * . * The rainfall yesternight varied. There was a 74 points fall at Nangus homestead and 104 at the shed, a few miles away. Tumut had 74 points, Grahamstown -90, and Ilillas Creek 120. ... « ? ? . There are...

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GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

GENERAL NOTES The 'town of Lismore has floated a £20,000 company to provide head stones, coffins, and so forth. * « X Many farmers have looked upon the crow as one of the largest enemies, and all sorts of expressions have sprung into existence anathematising 'the black devils.' A well-known j resident of the Trundle district was talking- of them in this strain a day or two ago, and expressing his de termination to start a deadly feud against all crows — big crows, little crows, fat crows, thin crows — crows oil ev-ery shape and size. A little later, however, he was travelling along the road home, when he saw a flock of his pet aversion very busy cawing and feeding in a pa'ddock. 'Here's a great chance to get about a dozen at one hit,' he thought, and he stopped to investigate. His sur prise can be imagined when he saw the birds' prey was the dreaded grass hopper. * * * Scotland is one of the small coun tries which loom large in history. For a nation that never exceeded 5 millions of...

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

| AT HOMEBUSHTO-DAY.i II] THE SHEEP MARKET. Ill I! Sheep at noon to-day were || v unaltered. v | CATTLE VALUES. | Values for prime cattle were Pj ^ ? || Ijii MAIZE VALUES. Ill |j|j The price of maize in Sydney j||| X 4/5 to 4/6. X

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

THE, CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ju . Tuesday, 7. 30 p.m. Back Station Creek; Thursday S. Luke, S.,.?ohn's 8 a.m. 10. 30. H.C. ; Jackalas. 7. 30 p.m.; Friday, Bongonglong, 7. 30 p.m.; Sunday, S. John's 8, a.m.? and 7. 30 p.m., Jugiong, 11 a.m. Coolac, 3 p.m. Confirmation Class 7. 30 p.m. Monday; Girls Friendly So ciety, 7. 30. p.m. Thursday; Wo men's Guild 3 p.m. Friday. Rev. S. G. Davis. '

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

ON THE LAND ?HtimnittiiiimuitiiiimiiiiiiimiumiuRiiiiiHiiMiMiiiiiriMir Read fully advertised particulars of big clearing sale at 'Avinex,' Brungle, on Wednesday, October 24th ❖ * * * ? , ^ What's the good of growling-? The ! rain will c.ome alright. Yesternight we got a good kick-off, with 55 points.' * * * Reserves revoked . (revocation to take effect 60 days from October 12th) : — 30 acres, and 22 acres 1 rood 10 perches, parish- -Gundagai. * .'V One- of the best lamb-markings, in, this district was. that recorded by Mr. Herbert, of JeUingvoe. In one pad dock from 1425 owes he marked 103 ' per cent, of tamb?., :ind in another paddock the percentage was 95. . *?*' Feel the frost last J2-®ay \ It was sharp in Gundagai, did a little damage. Out at Wdgra the ground was snow white, and at' Coolac the frost was severe — Mr. 'Mul' Jenkins lost 1000 young tomato plants, which he had planted out in his garden on Ctnnlnn Ci-ppk. ^ ^ ' » The sale is reported 'of- Tooloona, 2347 acres near You...

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

D. P. . TURNER, DENTIST SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. I ROBERT E. MOORE 1 II Qualified Electrical § i E~ i X DISTRIBUTORS' FOR: X i |j| WESTINGHOUSE ELEC- ||| j X TRICAL WARE AND X ill LAMPS- III i x ? X llll IRWIN'S GARAGE, hh j ill GUNDAGAI. Ill] I m, PHONE, 120. jm jllll ? ? ? ? ? ? l]ll H. A BARRACLOUGH Ltd. j OPTICIANS, 315 George St., Sydney NEXT VISIT. | GUNDAGAI: Tuesday, December j 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Royal Hotel. The firm has visited this town regu larly for 30 years. 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 LEGAL WILSON and DODDS SOLICITORS, ETC. W. H. WILSON, B.A., LLB. FRED. A. DODDS Gundagai, and at 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. j WEEKES and WEST, Solicitors, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. j Ph. 54. Gundagai. j MR. L. J. CONDON, ! Surgeon Dentist, . I WYNYARD STREET, TUMUT TENDERS ? j TENDERS, -are ...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE .......................................       Mrs. J. Dennis, of' "Riversdale," is a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney. *     Mrs. C. Norris, of Wantabadgery, was admitted to Gundagai Hospital at the week-end, and Eva Smith, of   Jackalas, was discharged. *     Mr. Jim Gardner was travelling round Kimo road, on a motor bike, on Friday afternoon, when the machine skidded. Somehow Jim's left foot got caught in the chain the boot was ripped and a deep gash was in- flicted. Mr. Gardiner raced back to town, leaving a trail of blood along the roadway, and the doctor had to insert eight stitches in the wound. *     Mr. S. Mahoney, storekeeper col- lapsed in his place of business, after the fire, on Thursday last, which threatened his business, and had four days in bed under medical care. Mr. Mahoney had a trying time and as he has had a prev...

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WEDDING BELLS LUFF—GRIBBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 15 October 1928

WEDDING BELLS tiitiiiimmiftiiiMMiimiiHiitimitmimiimuimiimm: LUFF— GRIBBLE On September 22nd, at the Church   of England, Yenda, the marriage was celebrated by the Rev.W. G. Bennett of Miss Vera Gwendoline Gribble,   third daughter, of the Rev. A. H. and Mrs. Gribble, and Mr. F. Luff, of Tumblong, Gundagai. A gown of ivory georgette, trimm ed with pearl and crystal beads, was chosen by the bride. The court train of lace over shell pink georgette was caught at the shoulders with car bouchons of pearls. The beautifully embroidered Brussels net veil— lent by Mrs. Dixon, (aunt of the bride) of Lindfleld, fell in soft folds from a coronet of orange blossoms. 'The bride carried a shower bouquet 'of stocks, sweet peas and carnations. The bridesmaids were Miss Lorna Gribble (sister of the bride) and Miss Ma'rjorie Reilly, and were dressed in resida green and apricot crepe de chene, respectively with shoulder posies and hats to tone, their bou quets being of blue and...

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