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SHEEP SILAGE AS FEED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 18 October 1928

SHEEP SILAGE AS FEED Sheep do fairly well on silage alone if feeding has not to b'fe continued too long, but after they have been fed on silage exclusively for a couple of months they commence to go off in condition. This is due to the fact that silage is of a succulent nature, and is lacking in protein. It is not such a properly-balanced food as that which sheep pick up in paddocks where there is a mixed growth of grasses and clovers or trefoils, the latter of which are especially rich in protein. It is therefore advisable not to feed silage alone, but to com bine with it a small quantity of wheaten, oaten, or lucerne hay — pre- ferably the last-mentioned, because of its high protein content. . Feeding should be commenced while the sheep are still in good, condition, and while there is some rough grass about. They do better under such circumstances and make better use of what rough feed there is than if silage is withheld until they have become low in condition and all the grass is...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MRS. M. A. BOLLARD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

OBITUARY MRS. M. A. BOLLARD | Another old Gundagai native has passed away, Mrs. M. A. B(olla£d succumbing at 8 a.m. to-day. Last week she fell and injured her knee, and, whilst under treatment, dev | eloped pneumonia in a bad form, no hope of her recovery being held out. Deceased was born at South Gun dagai 79 years ago, and lived all her life in these parts. She was a most lovable old soul, and will be sadly | missed by all who knew her. De ceased leaves two . sons, Mr. Michael Bollard, Gundagai, and Mr. Joseph Bollard, Sydney, and four daughters, Mrs. W. Workman, Sydney, Mrs. T. Cox, Leeton, Mrs. J. J. Tracey, Gun dagai, and Miss Lil JBollard, Gun dagai. Two children, Mrs. Alex Lloyd, and Mr. Percy Bollard prede ceased her. The funeral takes place at 3 p.m. to-morrow, (Tuesday).

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THE HOSPITAL "CIRCUS" MR. MCARTHUR-ONSLOW CALLS EVIDENCE WELL-KNOWN RESIDENTS SUPPORT HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

U ? ? THE HOSPITAL 'CIRCUS' MR. McARTHUR-ONSLOW CALLS EVIDENCE WELL-KNOWN RESIDENTS SUP PORT HIM. Messrs Minter, Simpson and Co., a city firm of solicitors, write us in respect to our report of' recent Hos pital meeting, and say that Mi-. Mc Arthur Onslow again denies the state ments made in the Matron's letter to the committee to the effect that he was under the influence of liquor, and in support of his denial the fol lowing statements are forwarded us, which we are asked 'in fairness to Mr. J. Macarthur Onslow to publish.' The statements read: — I was' in the company of -Mr On slow on the night of October 5th., from 10 p.m. until 1. 30 a.m. He drove me up to the hospital, about 1. 15 a.m. I sat in the car and he went inside. He afterwards drove me home to my hotel, leaving me at the door and drove home himself. He was perfectly sober the whole time I was with him, and at no time under the influence of drink, in anyway, or at any time. (Signed) — F. LLOYD. I, Joseph Fredrick McLau...

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STAN.—STATESMAN PRIME MINISTER BRUCE BREAKS BREAD WITH INKYWAYFARERS NOT THE TONY TOFF OF SPATDOM [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

STAN.— STATESMAN PRIME MINISTER BRUCE BREAKS BREAD WITH INKYWAYFARERS NOT THE TONY TOFF OF SPATDOM We all locked to 'see if Stanley Melbourne Jruce, Prime Minister of Australia, 'ore spats. We listened expectantly for him to say 'Haw' and 'Bai Jove, o!fl chaunie.' and. the general anticipation was that he would eat asparagus wit;: a silver fork. Mr. Bruce hob-nobbed with a coupe of hundred country ;sressi»nri in Sydney last Thursday, \viu:|; A lex Cowan and Sons entertained Jve visitors at a (dinner in one ojjjK'avid 'Jones' big rooms. The Cowan head did the honors, and seated at 'the Prime Minister's table were the firm's leading men, Minister Jim Ryan, Manager T. M. Shakespeare and Mr. David Barragay of Adaminabyj the newspaper man with the 'highest' circulation in Aust . ralia — it circulates round Mt. Kos cuisko. When Stanley Melbourne rose to speak he was duly honored, but it was just a courtsey clap — nothing to» denote that his hearers expecte,-.! any thing of note. But as th...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

GUNDABIDGEE THEATRE THURSDAY 25th ! OSCAR NYBERG PRESENTS THE ROYAL HAWAIIANS And Pacific Entertainers INTRODUCING Native Songs, Steel Guitars, Ukule les, Banjoes, Hula Hula Dancing and A BIG COMEDY REVUE ASSISTED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS VICTOR SPENCER, the Silvery Tenor. IRENE MELANO, the Ukulele Lady. WILL HARRIS, the Dancer with the Talkative Feet. LILIUOKALANI, Honolulu's fore most Hula Dancer. CY PIER, the Ukulele Troubador. NALEI, the Little Fire Eater from Hilo. WILL BRISCO, the DUSKY Laugh from Oahu. BOB LANU.I, the Wizard of the Ivories. POPULAR PRICES IT IS INCONCEIVABLE BUT, NEVERTHELESS AN ASTOUNDING FACT MESSRS CASTRISSION BROTH ERS, Sheridan Street, are DONAT ING the whole of the gross sales in their Business, on THURSDAY, NO VEMBER 7th. The Committee are taking charge of the cash register. The renovated premises are most ! elaborately fitted, beautifully fura^ ished and lighted, cool an;a comfor table. The stock is resplendent with al sorts and kinds of Delicacies — ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

PRESBYTERIAN Sunday next. — Bongonglong, 7.30 p.m. REV. WALTON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

TO STAND THE SEASON C5s®T§gr-59S§gS AT NANGUS And travel the surrounding districts, The well-known Clydesdale Stallion, TRUE BARON SIRE: Baron Belmont (imp.) ; g sire, Baron of Bucklycie (11263), by Baron's Pride (9,122) ; 1st dam Agnata (17475), by Sir Christopher (10286); 2nd dam Nancy, by Wil liamswood (8391); 3rd dam Victoria, by McVicar (5204). j DAM: Kate (imp.) from New Zea land. bv Clan MacDonald; 1st dam Young Jeannie II., by Pride of Gal loway (imp.) (601); 2nd dam Jean nie III., by Heather Jock (58); 3rd dam Maggie, by Sir William Wal lace (imp.) (805). This horse is ? a proved sure foal getter, and his colts and fillies have sold up to £43 per head. FEE: £4 for single mare; two or more, property of one owner, £3/10/. All care taken, but no responsibili ty incurred. Mares met at Gundagai. . Further particulars apply, E. POLLACK, Nangus. Write, or ring 5S, Nangus. £10 REWARD. £10 REWARD will be paid to any person giving information which Isads to the conviction of the pers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

THE INDEPENDENT ? :o : ? ? MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. 1928.

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wednesday. — Childrens' Service 9 a.m., St. John's Thursday. — 7.30 a.m. H.C. St. John's 7.30 p.m., meeting of parish ioners. Friday. — 7.30 p.m., St. Jude's Coo lac. Sunday. — 8 a.m. H.C., 10.30 child ren's service and H.C., 7.30 p.m. Even song., St.. John's; 3 p.m. St. Paul's, Nangus. Rev. S. G. Davis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

Spring; 1928 STYLES | A UNIQUE DISPLAY of jfj | Spring and Summer Novelties |j is now on view in our Mantle, ?[jj 111 . 1 I'' Millinery, and Dress Depart- g ! ' ments. The collection em- | II braces all the newest and 111 |j latest ideas in Fabrics, and, [j | as these are confined to us for |j v Gundagai, an early visit to | this interesting display will be x III appreciated. . . | I OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM g ??? Presents the most attractive ??? III . , II jjjj collection of. Frocks, Coats, j- | Suits and Sports Wear ever x x assembled in Gundagai. III 111 OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF .SPRING MILLINERY fllllllBIIBIBIflllflVBBIBIIBIBIBDBBflflBBIBII Spring; 1928 ? BflflBBBBBflflBBBflBflBBBflBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBaSES w. c. STRIBLEY, MERCHANT, Gundagai V' ?' ' ? ? -? ' , ? /?', ? / ? ,i:;. ? ?? : . / ', ... , . - '! ' (A » W W a 'u C - m I © © MM § O .3 112 9 ® ° ? . o I Q g | -g ^ 5? 5 © -S c I* « a a M I ® J: h 0 fj'i i u j- ! ; , 1 Li J; : J M .E ? § jj §? o t - 1 :

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Our new Stock Inspector, Mr. Freeman, took up duties last week. * * * Died at Murrumburrah, last week, Mr. George Joseph Sutton, at the age of 72. » » * i Mr. D. P. Turner has removed his dental rooms — he is now located in the top-storey of the building where Mr. R. Knox's chemistry is. ? ? ? Mrs. Reg Dennis, of South Gun dagai, and Mr. Waymark, of Bun darbo, were discharged from Gun dagai Hospital on Friday. ? ? ? At the Country Press Association Conference, in Sydney, last week, Mr. P. Sullivan, Gundagai, was re-elected to the position of Vice-President. . » . Our railway station-master Mr. Millard, did not remain with us long. He has been promoted to Hawkes bury River, and leaves Gundagai this week. m ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. George William's 6-year-old daughter. Hazel, whilst playing at her parents' home, on Sat urday, fell and broke her left fore arm. ? » ? Mrs. Nicholson, of Harden, mother of Mrs. Bonnette, of Berremangra, died recently. Deceased was ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

FUNERAL NOTICE The Friends of the Bollard Family are requested to attend the funeral of their late beloved^ mother, Mrs. M. A. Bollard, to leave the Catholic Church,' Gundagai, at 3 p.m., to morrow (Tuesday),' for the Catholic Cemetery, South Gundagai. C.-V. HARRINGTON, Undertaker IN MEMORIAM A BONNETTE. — In loving riiemory, of our dear Father, and (Grandfather, WILLIAM BONNETT,fe, who pass ed away October 28th., 1927. Long days and nights he pore his pain To wait for cure w^J): in vain, For God alone, who tjMgjght it best, Did ease his pain and ^Re him rest. Inserted by his loving Daughter and Son-in-law, Stella and Jim, and Grandchildren, Lionel, Keith, and Allan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 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. ? R. D. , BEAVER, Phone 366, Box 51. Secretary. W v ' ( J DIRECTION: ? ? K. BOUNADER WEDNESDAY, OGT. 24. Here's a vivid story of a man's trust,- and a woman's sacrifice, por trayed in a manner never before attempted for the screen: — 'CONVOY' With DOROTHY McKAILL and WILLIAM COLLIER. A First Nation al Special Attraction. A type of Picture that is seldom produced, and one that will hold you interested from start to finish. ADDITIONAL FEATURE— Here's an All-British-Made Picture, with a story full of interest, de picting a wonder tale of British p...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

TOWN TOPICS We have had 20 points of rain to-day. ' » » * Hear, the fire alarm! Fleming's fire sale tearing along. * Jjc * Excursion train from Gundagai to Sydney on Saturday, November 2nd. * * * Tenders are invited for a new school building and remodelling teacher's residence at Coolac. ? » ? Additions are being made to St. Patrick's Hall, Gundagai, in the shape of two dressing rooms. At a meeting of ladies, held yes ternight, it was decided to re-furnish the local Catholic Presbytery. . * « ? The Murrumbidgee River at Gun I dagai to-day is 6ft. 6in. above sum mer level. The fat turkey disposed of at Mrsj Hogan's street stall on Sat urday was won by Mrs. F. Rusconi. * * ? Additions and alterations are be ing effected to M. Ryan's big drapery emporium, a furnishing department being added. . « O ? Cootamundra Show oji Tuesday and Wednesday. : Special cheap railway tickets from Gundagai station can be secured. m * * Adelong's electric lighting scheme is being held up, and it is stated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

Important Clearing Sale BY AUCTION AT 'CLUNIE' TUMUT. 2600 SHEEP. 224 CATTLE. W. E. KYLE & CO., Gundagai, and SHARP & ARCHER, Tumut, (Auctioneers in conjunction), have received instructions from A. W. LYNCH, Esq., (in consequence of the sale of the property known as 'The Glen' Brungle) to sell by .Publifc Auction at 'Clunie' 4 miles from Tumut (Brungle Road). WEDNESDAY, 31st OCTOBER at 2 O'CLOCK SHARP The folowing Splendid Lines of Sheep and Cattle, - comprising: — SHEEP: 1000 2th Crossbreds (Romneys), mixed sexes. 1000 2 and 4th MERINOS, 1 mark, mixed sexes, by 'Geralda' Ranis from Caroonboon Ewes. 600 6 and 8th MERINO EWES, with 80 per cent June-July lambs at foot, by Romney Rams. LiA 1 TljJSj. 130 HEREFORD STEERS, 21 yrs. 12 STUD HEREFORD COWS. 7 and 8 years, with calves at foot, (Rey nolds Blood). 12 SHORTHORN COWS, 'Mingay' bred, with calves by Hereford Bull at foot. 70 MIXED CATTLE BULLOCKS' and STEERS. Also. 1-3 New Zealander MILKING PLANT, good order. All the...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

ON THE LAND Yes, we haVe had some more rain — 26 points on Friday night, and 20 points to-day. * * * Cockatoos are in thousands close to Gundagai and are attacking maize stored in sheds. * * ' * Several lines of Gundagai district lambs have been sold, off shears, at 14/- to 15/- per head. Auctioneer Donoghue has listed an other of his monthly stock sales at! Muttama, for Wednesday October j 31st. . | * * * i . Mi*. H. P. Carberry, Coolac, fin ished shearing his flock on Saturday, and reports a. wonderful clip — the value running into over five figures. He is now putjting through small flocks of several neighbors. * * ? One of the first district wool clips to be offered at auction at Albury wool sales this season will be that of Mr. T. A. Woodbridge, of South Gundagai. The selling date will be November 1st. * # * A Broken Hill butcher, last week end, wired a Gundagai man asking him to purchase him a truck of por kers. and send same along. The Gundagaite was unable to fulfil the order...

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AFTER THE BREAD AND JAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

AFTER THE BREAD AND JAM. Two men named Francis and Her ring, were having their tea in their camp at Eudunda, South Australia when Francis remarked on the bitter taste of bread and jam and threw [ his piece away. Herring ate two pieces, became ill and died a few hours later. The police are investi gating.

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TWO HUGE AIRSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

TWO HUGE AIRSHIPS | A recent .cable states that the Goodyear Zeppelin Company, a sub siduary of the Goodyear Tyre & Rub ber Co., has been awarded a con tract to build two large airships to cost- £1,600,000, for the United States Navy. These new airships will be more than twice the size of the ill-fated 'Shenandoah' and will incorporate the latest aeronautical developments. The 'Shenandoah' had a gas cap acity of 2,115,000 cubic feet. The | new ships will have about 6,500 0000 cubic feet capacity. But where as the 'Shenandoah' presented the more slender shape of earlier des igns, the new ships will be somewhat along the lines of the 'Los Angeles' in increased girth and will be some what fatter in shape. This will give increased longitude strength. The 'Shenandoah' was 608 feet long. The projected ships, while much larger, will only be about 100 feet longer. A new d'eveolpment will be that the control car, instead of being sus pended by struts from the body of the ship, as in ...

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SOCIAL and PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

SOCIAL ant PERSONAL The engagement is announced of Mr. Ralph Pollard and Miss Rita Scobie, of Murrumburrah. * . * * There was a delightful evening of mirth and melody on Friday last— t song birds, all- round a room turned into' a rose bower, broke into sona and chirruped in true spring fashion, The members of St. Patrick's Church choir entertained Miss Kittie Sullf ivan at an evening, prior to her de parture from Gundagai, this week, that young lady being the choir's leading contralto for the past nine | years. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hogan act ed as host and hostess, and Rev. Fath er Treacy was chairman — in present ing Miss Sullivan with a suit case ' and travelling rug, on behalf of the ; choir members, he expressed deep re ; gret at Miss Sullivan's departure, as, he said, she had been a wonderful worker in church matters. Messrs S'. H. Donnelly, H. Kenny, J. Cripps, P. Rusconi, C. Gardiner, W. Hogan, J Ken - Webb, and Fred Barton J supported the Chairman's remarks, ah.d Miss Sullivan's ...

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SCHOOLTEACHER DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

SCHOOLTEACHER DROWNED. Miss Lilla Heggarty, a teacher at the rural school, Lismore, was car ried out while surfing it Ballina yes terday and drowned. Her parents reside at Singleton.

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