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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

JUST LOVELY!1 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 usual, 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...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Friday, Bongonglong, 7.30 [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Friday, Bongonglong, 7. 30 p.m. ; Sunday, S'. John's 8, a.m. and J 7. 30 p.m., Jugiong, 11 a.m. Coolac, 3 p.m . Confirmation Class ,7. 30 p.m. Monday ; . Gh*ls Friendly So ciety, 7. 30. p.m. Thursday; Wo men's Guild 3 p.m. Friday, i Rev. S. G. Davis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

CLEARANCE SALE TOM WILKINSON (TUMUT) In conjunction with W. E. KYLE & CO. (GUNDAGAI) Have received instructions from MESSRS. BRIDLE BROS, (who have sold their Brungle property), to sell by Public Auction, at the Homestead, 'AVENIX,' BRUNGLE, on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1928 THE WHOLE OF THEIR Stock, Plant, Furniture, etc. Comprising : — 1 British Pitt Oil Engine, McCor mick Reaper and Binder, 1 Clyde Stripper and Cleaner, 1 1' ortex Corn Crusher,, 1 Champion Corn Thrasher, 1 Double Scarrifier, 1 Double Corn Dropper, 1 McCor mick 2-Horse Mower, 1 Horse Rake 1 Three Furrowed Sanders Disc Plough, 1 Double Furrowed Plough 1 Double Furrow Massey Harris Plough, 2 Single Furrow Ploughs, 1 Horse Hoe, 1 Spring Dray, 1 Dray, 1 Set Avery Scales, 1 15 ft. Boat, 1 Spring Tooth Cultivator, 1 Billabong Force Pump (new), 1 Set 4 Leaves Stump Jump Har rows, 1 Set Harrows, 2 Sets of Iron Pulley Blocks, Quantity Cor rugated Iron, Dray Harness, 2 Saddles and Bridles, Milking Mach ines, (Royal Medal)...

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USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

USEFUL .HINTS IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUiillllltll Tea .made with boiling milk in-! stead of water is said to be nourish ing and soothing. Let the milk stand on the leaves for three minutes, then pour it off. I Boiled' knuckle of veal gives you good soup, and the bits of meat are also very nice. If you serve them cold they will be jellied, and cold veal ' with a nice piece of salad is a dinner good enough for anybody. I The coarser and more gristly por tions of meat should be cooked very slowly. They will become tender, and are both good to eat and nour ishing. Don't boil a cabbage without putt ing a bit of fat or a 'few pieces of bacon rind into the water. Chop the cabbage when it is cooked after straining it, and season it with salt and pepper and a little butter or good beef dripping. Your cabbage will be ever so much more tasty.

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Hospital Carnival Date Fixed for Saturday, 24th November Mr. PALMER DENIES RUMORS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

Hospital Sar nival Date Fixed for Saturday, 24th November ? ? Iiiiiuiii ? ? ? minimi ? mmuimim ? mi Mr. PALMER DENIES RUMORS ' A special meeting of Gundagai Hospital Committee was held in the Literary Institute on Monday night last, when there were present Messrs. D. 'E. Roberts, G. Holm, T. Irwin, S. II. Donnelly, G. Palmer, L. Boyton, W. C. Stribley, Rev. S. G. Davis, Shaw, and the secretary, Mr J. F. McLaughlin. Mr. D. E. Roberts took the chair in the absence of Mr. C. E. Butcher, on whose behalf he tendered an apology for unavoidable absence. Prior to commencement of busi ness Mr. Roberts formally welcomed Mr. G. Palmer as a new member of* the Committee, to which he was ap pointed at previous meeting. Mi*. Roberts reported that a meet ing of ladies had been held on the Saturday, whereat they had express ed their willingness to assist with a carnival in aid of the Hospital, which they suggested should be held in Sheridan-street on 17th November — election day, there being 'no ava...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Admission - to Hospital, Chrissy Rolles. Discharged, Messrs Minahan and Shields, and Mrs. Norris leaves tomorrow. - Mz*. P. Fleming (father of Mr. W. Fleming, of Gundagai) tripped over from Parkes Friday last, and left on the return journey yesterday. M m m Mr. Lou Solomon and Miss Lena Solomon, were in town on Wednesday surveying the idamage occasioned their premises, (occupied by 'Mr. W. Fleming), by the previous Wed nesday night's fire. They are child ren of the late Mr. Sam Solomon, long time a prominent citizen of Gun dagai, in the days that are gone. Arrangements are being made to re build the Sheridan St. premises. * * * Dr. Egbert H. Florance, of Coota mundra, aged 83 years, ' died on Sat urday. During the past few months he had suffered several heart attacks, and following on . one of 'these he passed away at 7 p.m. He had been in practice at Coetaniundra for more than 35 years, and was well known and loved by all around the Cootamundra district. He leaves a st...

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COUNTRY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

COUNTRY PARTY A meeting of members and sup porters of Australian Country Party was held in the Literary Institute, on Monday, 15th inst, at '8 p.m. Mr. P. Scott (president of Hume Elec torate Country Party Council) and Mr. Chas. Hicks (Hume Country Party Campaign Director) were in attendance. On the motion of Messrs Jas. Robinson and J. O. Robertson, it was decided that the Gundagai Country Party branch be resusciatated. ' Office bearers were elected 'as. fol lows:— President, Mr. J. O. Robert son; vice-i' e? iauDt. Mr. Jas Robin son; and Mafe?, T. Ilainsworth; com mittee, Matms'. F. Henery, G. H. Pal mer. Ba;,il ; Wilson, Dr. Robertson, - T. A. W ('Abridge B. Minter, T. H. Boyton L. M. Boyton, F. Hughes, J. Daley, K. Jervois, R. B. Coleman, N. C. Pyemont, A. Chandler, J. A. L. Thompson, and . JC. M. Archer, with power ' to add. ' A vigorous plan of campaign was outlined, and it was decided to se cure an office in Gundagai, and have a Secretary in attendance.

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GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

GENERAL NOTES It is good to see that the Jews who have gone back to the land of their fathers are making good in their new home. The number of Zion settle ments has grown from 17 in 1901 to 104 in 1927 ; the agricultural popula tion from 4750 to 30,000; and the area worked by the farmers from 119,000 to 463,000 acres. The greatest progress was made between 1922 and 1927, the first five years off the British civil administration. During this period the Jewish rural population increased by 13,000, and the number of settlements by 31. The Zionist movement may be re garded as having made a good begin ing, and if the present promise is fulfilled Palestine may become a national home for the wandering tri bes of Israel, now scattered amongst the nations. * * * , The Mormons are the followers of Joseph Smith (1805-44), who receiv ed revelations firom Heaven, which were noted down in the Book of Mor mon, and who was assassinated in 1844. He was succeded by a body of men called the Twelve Apo...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

TOWN TOPICS The tar-paving job is proceeding j apace now from Hospital Hill out to- ? war.ds Coolac. * * *' '' Muttama folk are arranging a. big day's sport for the 7th November, in. aid of their Hallfunds. ' The prin cipaV -footrace carries, a £10 prize. Mr. , F. McHugh is hon sec. ; ijc ? rje Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Butcher re turned home yesterday from the city. They travelled in a new Dodge Stan ard car, and report a wonderful trip via the South Coast road. * * * * , Keep this date open, 26th, October = — the occasion of a dance, for South Gundagai, Tennis Club. The three secretaries names are enough to guar antee a successful '.night, so make a point of being there. . . * * -:? Mr. . Ern Livermore, while assist ing with the salvaging, of the d.am a'ged stock at Mr. Fleming's 'store, this morning, had the misfortune to run a nail into his foot. After med ical attention Mr. Livermore was able to get about with the aid of crutches. m * * Arrangements are being made for a cabaret night ...

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MR. FLEMING HITS OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

MR. FLEMING HITS OUT Mr. W. M. Fleming, the selected Country Party candidate, contesting the Hume seat at the -forthcoming Federal elections, spoke in Sheridan street on Tuesday night, with Shire President H. P. Carberi*y 1 acting Us Chairman. Mr. Fleming emphasised the fact that there were three parties in the field: Nationalists, Country Party, and Labor. The Country Party had been expressly formed to conserrVe country interests, which were over looked by the Nationalists, and de liberately ignored by the Labor Par ty since it wm wholly ruled and rid den by the P.L.L. Australia had a public debt of £1,000,000,000, witjii only a popula tion of '6,000,000 ; yet wool was the only industry mo|^than paying its way. Wheat ancjHueat just paid their way; but ex£j other Australian industry was 'being \helped by boun ties, tariff preferences, preferential rates on railways, etc. Mi-. Fleming soundly rated Mr. Scullin for his proposal to hand over control of roads to the railway com missione...

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MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

MOTOR NOTES When automibiles were not as quiet running as they are to-day, bo.Jy sqeaks and rattles were not particu larly noticed because the dronning of the engifte and gears smothered the minor body noises. The quiet effi cient car of to-day glides along, so smoothly, however, that the slight est body 'squeak or rattle soon ob trudes itself and becomes a source of annoyance to the sensitive motor ists. One of the problems that 'the automobile manufacturer has had to contend with is the fact that a chassis frame is not absolutely rigid, and consequently there is usually a cer tain, amount of movement between chassis and the foundation of the body. In this connection — and also in various other parts off the chassis suspension — rubber is being used with success by some manufacturers to reduce the vibratory movements that sooner or later bring to life these noises that unless eliminated1 lessen the pleasure of motoring. * * * With a view to reducing, the num- { ber of accidents at ...

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LATE MR. HARRY TINGCOMBE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

LATE MR. HARRY TINGCOMBE The death of Mr. Harry Tingcombe recently announced in Sydney, re calls some matters of interest to old hands, and the Committee and members of the Tumut A. and Pi As sociation. '? Mr. Tingcombe waslthe eldest son ofl the Rev. Henry Tingcombe of Camden, and married the daughter of the late George Forsyth, who owned Y arrangobilly 'and lived there. His wife, son, and. daughter survive him. Mr. Tingcombe was. manager of th; Tumut branch- of the , Bank of New South Wales 50 years ago. He was a live *wire in those days, and was hon. sec. of Tumut A. 'and P. Association, and in this position helped to raise funds to build the present :pavilion, ?the foundation stone of which was laid on the 27h January, 1879, by Miss Brown, the -eldest daughter of the President, the late E. G. Brown. On this occasion athletic sports were held in aid of the 'Tumut Mechanics' Institute, at which some 300 people were present, including the Tumut town band. 'Speeches were made by Mes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

PRESENTATION TO MISS KITTY SULLIVAN FRIENDS' of Miss Kitty Sullivan (who is leaving Gundagai) . are in vited to attend a SOCIAL EVENING and PRESENTATION at^il Patrick's Hall, Gundagai, on MONF\| y NEXT, Oct. 22nd 1928 at 8 p.m%v J. WALSH, RENE RATLIFF Hon. Treas H6n. Sec. ? - ? ' The responsibility for any matter' contained in this issue, coming within the scope of the Federal Electoral Act, is taken by Mr. I'. Sullivan, Byron St., Gundagai.

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

ON THE LAND —Butcher & Co. have something special on show at South Gundagai in-, Morris Cars. Special value f or keen buyers'.* ' ? , 'Rabbit, skins . commanded keen competition at Sydney sales to-day. Rates were . unchanged. Outgoing .92d., pelts 73d, racks 54d., does 52d., so Winchombe Carson wire us. * ♦ * At Adelong Land Court sittings, Monday last, Thomas Richards, of Gundagai, was the successful appli cant in the ballot for Grown lease area No. 4,592, land district of Tum ut, comprising about 2481 acres, 18 miles north of Adelong. , ' ? *» ? n m ' Winchcombe, 'Carson wire us: — We sold 5800 bales of wool at our Syd ney auction - to-day (Wednesday). Japan and the Continent were all ac tive bidders. Values for any at tractive wools suitable for the Con tinent . showed a slight upward trend. . The market generally was very firm on late levels. We obtain ed Estate M. Gi-een, Quambone, 23£d, McKay. '-Bros.jBre.wong, 23d, Booth Sliarpley, Brewarrina, 223d; A. W. Thompson, Mo...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

TENNIS A Junee team will play at 'Gun dagai on Sunday next, when the fol lowing players will represent Gun dagai: G. Keen, F. Brown, C Phillips, K. Webb, Dr. Byrne. E. A.. D. rmrf H. Tout, Mestdames Koch and Wil liams, Misses McLeod and McGold rick. Miss Jean Phillips and F. Lat ham are first emergencies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

AT HOMEBUSHTO-DAY.i THE SHEEP MARK-ET. 11' Sheep at noon to-day were ||| unaltered. CATTLE VALUES. | Values for prime cattle were ?'* unchanged. || MAIZE VALUES. Ill v The price of maize in Sydney ||| was 4/-. X

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THE OLD DAYS THE BANSHEE OF GORAN LAKE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

THE OLD DAYS I THE BANSHEE OF GORAN LAKE Friend Fitzpatrick, of the 'Wing- ham 'Chronicle,' who delights'in dig ging into the dim and murky past, has recently had access to the diary of the late Mr. John Allan, J.P. and amongst the reminisences is the fol lowing which will no doubt be read with local interest by the older dands : There was a big Pine Scrub on one side of Trinkey. This extended down to the Namoi, 40 or 50 miles. One of the shepherds got lost there be fore our time. It was 10 or 12 days ] before he was (found. This scrub was full of unbranded cattle. We never killed one of our own for beef while we hail this place. We used to go out on moonlight nights, and rush them out «f the scrub into the clear, then yard them. It was great fun. I saw a most extraordinary thing on those plains once that I never can explain or account for. However, I heard not long ago that others have had the same experience. We had bought 5000 wethers about Walcha, and were on the road with them....

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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 — 18 October 1928

My Lady's Gorner. | SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OF THE 'INDEPENDENT' I | SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS j ? ? (CONDUCTED*' By'' DAME*' DULCIE.') SOCIAL GOSSIP In the warm days of this month, hundreds of yards of the small pat terned materials have made the frocks we have seen, and large num bers of triangular scarves have been in evidence. They are certain'y vei'y sporting, but they can . look quite dowdy if the knot is not fastened on the shoulder. No frock seems com plete without some sort of scarf drap ing the throat or shoulders. It may be a narrow strip of the frock itself, fastened at one side of the neck line, used as a throw-over. These summery frocks flow and ripple in graceful lines, either panels, flounces, and even trains, which are mere wisps of georgette or lace which have dipped in accordance with the de cree for uneven hemlines. * ♦ * Yes, love laughs .at a watch as well as fit clocksmiths. Take the sixteen-year old youth, member of a Forbes famil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

? ? . ? ~ ? NEW INTEREST RATE. The Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia will in future pay interest at the rate of 4 per cent, on the first £500 of deposits, 3£ per cent, on excess of this amount up to £1,000, and 3 per per cent, on excess over £1,000 up to 1,300. Society Accounts, 4 per cent, on tfull balances. PURPOSE ACCOUNTS Purpose Accounts may now be opened at -any Branch.- of the Bank, to provide for special expenditure, such as holiday expenses, medical expenses, Christmas extras, higher education for the chil dren, purchase of expensive articles, etc. ?From one shilling per week, or fortnight, may be lodged for a period of three months or more, and interest at, 4 per cent, will be added. Any number of Purpose Accounts may be opened, and the nature of the purpose need not be disclosed. Full particulars from any Branch of the fcioinwaitb Savings Ian!? of Busiiiia HIGHER INTEREST -ON SAVINGS Tailored Suits Oeallty mRLM' * PRICES THAT DEFY ^ COMPETITION. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS — S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

THE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1928

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