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

DAINTY AFTERNOON FROCK \ y mh&m. \ \ \ I ?m \ \\ JNtio°0?4 M r pjJ[?c tyo°c 4°P4 r ^ (Bp j J' 0 1 'ife '? 6960W 6960. — Developed in the new spot- * ted material, this dainty design would make an ideal afternoon frock for the young lady. Material required, . two and three.-quarter yards of 40 inch and three-quarters of a yard i for collar. To fit 36-inch bust. Other sizes, 32, 34, 38, and 40-irich bust. — Paper pattern, 1/-. SPECIAL PATTERNS. If there are Patterns you want, that do not appear on this page let us know your requirements. Special pat ? terns can be supplied to your own measurements for I any garment for which an . illustration is provided. Our Pattern Service covers : practically everything in the shape of wearing ap | parel. i Prices for these Special | Patterns are: — ;f j Patterns for Adults — 1 2/6 each. | Patterns for Children — | 2/6 each. j ORDER FORM. j Please Forward to me Pat I ? ! ? tern No ? for which | I enclose ? ? ? ? Name . .* ? ? \ . . . (State...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XVII. VICTORY—DEARLY BOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

««9-0UR SERIAL STORYss The Fatal ! tBorcdage CHAPTER XVII. VICTORY— DEARLY BOUGHT Little enough sleep came to Ade line's tortured eyes that night, fully half of which she paced the bed room leaving- the folding doors open, the light in both rooms full on. The . - ., . ^ , ? j noise ot tne tramc lesseueu ctitui mm night, when the cars had ceased run ning, but noise or silence were alike to her. Nemesis, Nemesis! The word beat into her brain as though branded there with red-hot irons. To read the reports of criminal cases in the daily papers, one attach ed so little importance to them. So many men committed forgeries sritt received sentences varying in length One thought so little, if- anything, about them; yet here was this par ticular instance attracting attention far and wide! She had escaped the horrors heap ed upon her one after the other at Pendower, had taken refuge in this remote and unfashionable quarter of London — because only in such a place could she feel sure of' immun i...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANUFACTURERS AND FINANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

MANUFACTURERS AND FINANCE Australian manufacturers are fre quently twitted with the statement that their industries are not effi ciently managed. One of the excuses put forward to justify delays in af fording tariff protecton is that inef ficient industries should not be spoon fed. This, kind of propaganda is most unjust. The fact is that Australian manufacturers are compelled to be efficient through force of circum stances not equalled in many other countries. In the majority of cases the Tariff is just sufficient to 'lead men into embarking upon industrial undertakings, but inadequate really to give them the elbow-room neces sary. The result is to keep going they must operate along keen and effir cient lines. A. further serious handicap is the difficulty of 'securing adequate finan cial backing. The banks are far more ready to back importations than local manufactures. A study of the position forces the conclusion that just as primary pro ducers receive special banking facili ties...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

M ? - ? IBH To Firm I Tender Gums j WIDESPREAD dental discoveries in ' the care of teeth and gums have j recently beer. made. Tooth and gum troubles were found 1 to come largely from a film coat that forms on teeth, absorbs food dis colourations and breeds bacteria. Run' your tongue across your teeth and you'll - feel a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your teeth now remain 'off colour' regardless of what you do. Now, in a new-type-. dentif rice called Pepsodcnt. those conditions have been met — you can clear that film off. Toeth whiten- amazingly. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed. ? ? ? I -XXmiMXtSM. .IMMOgWUin mark d TRflr': .» n.nwuimnmi w mmwiwmuw hfttv j Sold ci'crvx'hcre in two sizes. :oi2 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 co...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. FAIR RENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. FAIR RENTS The Minister for Justice, speaking on the Fair Rents Bill in the Leg islative Assembly, denied that the measure would result in increased rent. He declared the present Act was responsible for an increase in slums, because the shortage of homes necessitated several families living in the same house. CRIES OF 'RESIGN!' The Housing Bill was further con sidered in committee. An amend ment moved Jby Mr. Weaver, that Savings Bank should transact its own legal work, was carried against the Government by 38 votes to 34, amid cries of resign. DR. WALL SAYS 'WANTON!' The Prevention of Cruelty to An imals Amendment Bill was dis -.ussed by the Legislative Council. Doc.lo: Wall described pigeon shooting as wanton cruelty. He said the eyes of birds were frequently blown out, and they fell to 'the ground suffe, ring- great pain. ' PEARL OF GREAT PRICE — ? A pearl said to be valued at £10, 000, was brought to the surface by a diver at Broome (W.A.). It w...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

Get -what you're I entitled to — gf Chrysler ' 62 ' Features || I of Performance, Quality || . «l a'd Long Ule~ J* The great Chrysler '62' gives you more in perform ance, beauty, comfort, safety and long life than cars of other makes costing much more. Through standardised quality Chrysler engineering offers you in the '62' a combination of fine car features which previously cost far more even in a Chrysler, and which are still not available in any other make at anywhere near the price. The Great '62' Tourer - £370 CHRYSLER ^Designed to ^Perform — 5BmlS to Sndure LARKE, NEAVE -£ CARTER, LTD. New South Wales Distributors 177-185 William Street, Sydney Local Dealer: THE GUNDAGAI MOTOR & ENGINEERING CO. TOURING CAR - - £298 * ~ r„/ SEDAN Performance — With Economy and Safety Dodge Brothers Standard Six develops more horse power per pound of car weight than any ' other car in its price class. This roomy, good looking car is typically Dodge Brothers in its fine quality of materia...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

- NEW TUDOR LONG, low lines, precisely built and painstakingly tested— rthaf is the Tudor Sedan. A glimpse inside reveals complete equipment, accessibility of all S controls, and deep-cushioned, tilted seats, tastefully upholstered. Foot pedals - and accelerator are specially designed to ensure case and comfort in operation. ^ ; From any seat in the car vision is unobstructed. SPEED — Better than a mile a minute. ACCELERATION — 5 to 25 miles per hour in high gear in 8i seconds. ENDURANCE— 50 miles per hour with' out strain on motor or chassis. RIDING COMFORT— Comfortable travel at high speed over the roughest road. POSITIVE STEERING CONTROL— A relaxed hand holds the car steady in sand and over bumpy roads. Turning - radius, 17 feet. EFFECTIVE BRAK1 NG — Mcchanical, four-wheel brakes ensure positive . brak ing for any emergency. , - ECONOMY — 25 to 30 miles per gallon of petrol: i APPEARANCE — Caachwork 'of pleasing proportions. An extensive range of ? colors of durable satin lacquer...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STRETCHER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

I A STRETCHER I 1 1 1 ii ? in in mil hi ii if i hi it t ii ii t mi mi ti it ntit in tine ii hi time There's a prize 'for the Gundagai in who can beat .'this story as told a resident of Bellingen: — 'A inaman who cultivated a rich al 'ia] flat on the banks of the Ne I.n River had a pet 'possum which kept secured to a leg of the table a light dog chain. One day, dur John's absence on the usual cab ;e and callot' selling expedition, a L'e carpet snake entered the hut. j j course, the 'possum fell an easy victory to the snake's Voracity, and, after being duly slimed ana slibbered went, like Jonah, 'into the interior.' Then the snake was considerably as tonished to find that this particular specimen had two tals, one of which was an iron one and full of joints, just like his own. After taking this in he came: to the leg of the table, and, nothing daunted, commenced on that. Just then, however, the Chink appeared on the scene of the ban quet, and the snake, in endeavoring to escape throug...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET NANGUS v. MARRAR [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

CRICKET NANGUS v. MARRAR Nangus met Marrar in a match on Sunday, the result being an easy win for the home team by 172 runs. Mar rar batted first, but could only make 48, Athol Gittoes, with '5 ?for 11 being the chief destroying agent. Nangus replied with 218; Jack Smith top scored, retiring when 51. Scores : — MARRAR F. Young, c A. Norris, b J. Smith 9 W. Campbell, b .W. Boyton . . . . 9 J. Ridgeway b W. Boyton .... 4 IBradshaw, b A. Gittoes . . . . 11 Seberry, c Chandler, b A. Git toes ? ? . . 2 Seberry, c A. Norris b A. Git toes ? ? : .... - . 1 Redgrave, c Chandler, b Git toes ................ 3 (Frost, c Chandler, b M. Iiill 1 Casley, b M. Hill .... .... . . 0 [Taylor, b A. Gittoes . . 4 [Taylor, 'not out ? ? 0 Sundries . . . . .... 4 Total .v . . .... . . 48 Bowling: W. Boyton, 2 for 14; J. Smith, 1 for 14; A.- Chandler, 0 for 2; A. Gittoes, 5 for 11; M. Hill 2 for 4. ,W.'Vv NANGUS T. Boyton c E. Taylor, b Ridge way . . . . ......... . . 18 M. Hill, c Ridgeway, b Seberry 30 A....

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LUXURY LIVING IN SYDNEY SOME COMPARISONS WITH OTHER CAPITALS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

LUXURY LIVING IN SYDNEY SOME COMPARISONS WITH OTHER CAPITALS During the race Ttfeek recently ended, many viitors from abroad, £.ai d otlier States, complained of the costliness of life in Sydney (writes J. B. Dalley, in the Melbourne 'Her- ald'}. Thev were referring, in the nature of things, to its luxury life, visitors to great race meetings not being accustomed, as a rule, to stint themselves. In their view Syd ney is no place, these days, for the economical type of reveller who is so common in London a'nd Paris. An American said recently that he could pursue his mode of existence much more cheaply in Washington, where he was born, than in Sydney, where he is employed at present, rie claimed thait Havana cigars were the only luxury goods he could buy cheap ly here. Englishmen often say the same thing, remarking that a half-Corona, which costs from 1/3 to 1/-9 in Lon don, can be got in Sydeny for 1/-. They point out, though, that there is no tobacco wai on in London, v , RESTAURANT...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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FATAL SPIDER BITE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

flonMBBBaannnMBaaMmi FATAL SPIDEk BITE ? Last week, F. C. Cousins, a resi-. dent of Blackheath, was bitten by a red-backed spider. ? Subsequently he became ill, and was removed to hos pital, where he died.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CRICKETERS' DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

CRICKETERS' DANCE The Cricketers' Dance, Tuesday night, was a singularly happy func tion. St. John's Hall was .decked with new ' streamers for the occasion, the floor was in perfect order; and the lion, secretaries, Messrs. R. Wilson, Ei Miller, and P. Sullivan were ac amount up to ^l.OOOTamN^HHHI on excess of £1,000 up to £1,300. As the majority of savings ac counts probably have balances of less than £500, the announcement will come as very good news to most Savings Bank depositors, aVid as a distinct invitaton to those people who do not yet use this useful aid to thrift, the savings account. Another new 'feature of the Com lonwealth Savings Bank service is he Purpose Account. Any number f these accounts may be opened at ny braneh of the Bank and the na ure of the purpose need not be dis losed. The objective may be pro ision for holiday expenses, Christ nas extras, medical expenses, higher ducation for the children, or the urchase of expensive articles, such s pianos, cars, wirele...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPLIES AT HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

SUPPLIES AT HOMEBUSH Present indications point to small er supplies at coming Homebush sales than have been seen of late Both sheep vans 'and cattle waggons for the conveyance of stock to the yards can now be obtained at short notice. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. re port that offerings at last. Monday's sheep and lamb auctions only totall ed 28,000 head. Values as a result ruled very firm on recent levels. Cattle rates, however, were 10/- to 20/ -lower. On the hoof at the yards mutton made 2d o 3d per lb, f 1 to-aay. Inspect the newTiioae^u; I Butcher's Garage, South Gundagai.* « » » Stock passing through Gujndagai this week: 3000 sheep, Hillston to Humula; J. Cheaney owner, E. Rich ards in charge; 1000 ewes and lambs, Hay to Yass, Major Weir, owner.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL LUCERNE THE RIGHT TIME TO CUT FOR HAY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL — ? ♦ ? ? LUCERNE THE RIGHT TIME TO CUT FOR HAY Lucerne should be cut after the first flowers have appeared, though many growers prefer to watch the crown, for the young shoot of the next cut. Much more depends upon the se lection of the right time to cut lur cerne than with other hay crops. In the latter cases loss is chiefly due to deterioration in digestibility, but in lucerne the loss is not confined to this but extends to actual loss of weight in the hay and to poorer growth in the succeeding crop. After lucerne flowers the nutriment in the stems and leaves is withdrawn, and transferred to the upper portions of the plant, and the stems harden and become indigestible and of less value as food. The leaves wither also and begin to fall, which results in the loss of weight, and as every effort should be made to retain them in the hay. No advantage is obtained when the crop is allowed to remain uncut past the stage recommended. The only time wh...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB A meeting of the Committee of the Adelong Jockey Club was held at Mrs. Nash's Tattersalls Hotel on Tuesday, 16th October, at 8 p.m. Those present were : Messrs, R. W. Prowse (chair), D. G. Fuller, T. P. Arragon, O. M. Betts, P. D. Boston, R. U. Alley, J. I. Prowse, J. G. Craig, Dr. Wiles, arid Secretary L.F. Roche. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs R. N. Horsley and W. J. Prowse. x The Chairman (Mr. R. W. Prowse) explained that the meeting that night was to elect the officers for the forth coming year. Mr. R. W, Prowse was re-elected President, amid acclamation. Mr. Prowse thanked the Comnr.ttee for entrusting the business of the Club to him again, and assured them that he would do his best; also that he had been on the Committee of the Adelong Jockey Club for 40 years which nearly constitutes a record. Other officers elected were: Vice Presidents, Messrs. T. P. Arragor, R. U. Alley an,d W. J. Prowse; Judge, Mr. T. P. Arragon; Timekeeper, Mr....

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

8 , or 9 EGGS a day— 10 FO'WLS r*' HERE is the experience of a ' back yarder.' While she fed her ten leghorns with Karswood Poultry Spice (which contains dried and ground insects) the daily rfSS. average was eight p?, to nine. In No vember, thinking Wxl ' - k *4 it was not neces- IjH \ sary to continue the Karswood jS feeding, it was left the average was quickly reduced to two or three eggs a day. Com- ^ ? ' mencing agai* ? ? with Karswood, the daily average was soon back to eight. The conclusion that the poultry owner (Mrs. F. R. Waddleton, of Terowie, S.A.) has come to is, stated in her own words, ' never again will fowls of mine miss their Karswood Spice.' In view of this experience, isn't it worth while giving Karswood a trial? ilb. packet costs only 1/-. ^ 2/4/28 Over 500 Tons o£ Lick used in 6 Years. Wallamumbi, Armidale, N.S.W., 24th March, 1928. 'The best and most practical ex pression we can give you, we Live already given, i.e., con tinued use and repetition of orders, but...

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

? Nash car, with our guarantee of lierfect order. Will sell cheap. Good Iterms, Butcher & Co.*

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PASTORAL. EFFECT OF TOP-DRESSED PASTURE ON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

PASTORAL. EFFECT OF TOP-DRESSED PAS TURE ON WOOL. That top-dressing increases the feeding value of a pasture is estab lished beyond question, but what the effect is on the wool of sheep running continuously on pasture so treated is more obscure. It was in order to obtain data in this aspect of topdress ing that the Department of Agricul ture recently inaugurated a series of four sheep-feeding trials. The experiments are not yet sufficiently advanced to make even a tentative conclusion possible, but the figures available from the preliminary trials in the Grenfell district are worth noting. . Following the plan of the trials generally, an even lot of wethers was selected and divided into batches — one being run on top-dressed pasture an;d the other on' natural grasses. Just prior to shearing six wethers of each lot were tattooed and weighed in wool. The weights of the fleeces (including bellies) were then noted, and samples of wool from the should er, side, and breech were taken from...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FARM GARDEN UTILISATION OF ANIMAL MANURE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

THE FARM GARDEN UTILISATION OF ANIMAL MANURE Animal manure is one of the most complete and universally-used gar- , den fertilisers, but it is necessary, observes a writer in the Queensland Agricultural Journal, to employ it with inteligence and care. In places where large and cheap supplies are available the soil is sometimes satur ! ated with manure. ! The greater the quantity of: manure incorporated with the soil, the greater the necessity for plenty of fresh air to bring about decomposition, and ultimately humus. If a soil has not been deeply dug or trenched, and it happens to be of a heavy nature, it is possible that the rains will not pass away readily.; then the manure begins to sour, and fresh air with its oxygen is driven out, carbonic acid develops too i'reely, and the beneficial bacteria are suffocated or annihilated by their enemies, which come into being owing to the lack of 'fresh air. To avoid these troubles the soil shuld be well and deeply dug, and whenever extra lar...

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

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