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LATEST CITY NEWS. "THE GOOD OIL" SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. I 'THE GOOD OIL' SYDNEY, To-day. The Queensland Minister for Mines says he is satisfied that oilfields will be established at Roma, and that they will be maintained for the benifit of the Australian people.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR A POLITICAL CANARD Misuse and Abuse of Australia's Glorious Ideal—White Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

TO THE EDITOR A POLITICAL CANARD Misuse and Abuse of Australia's Glorious Ide^l: — White Australia Sir, — Mr W. M. Fleming', Country Party Candidate, in his (apologies for) political speeches delivered in Gundagai to date consistently drags into the mire the White Australia policy, the accepted ideal of every patriotic and loyal Australian. The Sydney 'Sun,' in its leader on August 28, 1928, says: 'There j are not lacking signs that' the White Australia policy is to be used as an election issue. On the one side it has already been stated that the i.dea of a White Australia was originally promulgated by Labor, and that the wicked Nationalists would welcome an. influx of cheap Asiatic labor. On the other side, it will be agreed that the Labor Party is led by gentlemen who, in their Pan-Pacific enthusiasm, would let in the black and Asiatic : brother as a gesture olf' equality, liberty and fraternity. The intelligent and honest Aust ralian elector will say of these state ments that nei...

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

III AT HOMEBUSH TO-DAY,! ?'a J»J II THE SHEEP MARKET. |||| 11 '^^leeP a* noon to-day were ||| 1/- better. | CATTLE VALUES. |j Values for prime cattle were K Jll 'Unaltered, others 10/- lower. ||| |; MAIZE VALUES. Ill II The price of maize m Sydney |[j | is 3/10 to 4/- K

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CHURCH CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

CHURCH CHATTER fliminitMitimiitiiiiiiitimiiiitMiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiimiimm The Rev. S. G. Davis conducted a children's 'Flower Service' at Coolac on Sunday afternoon, when about a score of young folk, bearing beautiful bouquets, attended church with their elders. The Rev. Davis made a dis tinct impression with his thoughtful address to the children on the dev elopment .of character — taking his text from St. Paul's letter to the people of Phillipi; urging the con sideration only of _ pure, honest and truthful matters, so as to exclude evil from their minds. He also im pressed them to 'consider the lillies, how they grow.' Character, like the beauty of the flowers, must all be built up from the inside, and could not be faked. After the service the blooms, with a few other gifts, were donated to the District Hospital. The children's portion of the service was organised by Miss McLeod, whose services as organist are much ap preciated also. Yesterday was Trafalgar Day, and at the even...

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SPEED MERCHANTS SPIN OVER RECORD RUN FROM PERTH NIGH ENDS IN DISASTER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

SPEED MERCHANTS * SPIN j OVER RECORD RUN FROM PERTH NIGH ENDS IN DISASTER Sunday, 14th. October, was a mem orable day for two flighty, motor cyclists from Western Australia. Their name is Cook, and their 'goose' was nearly cooked on a cure near Willie Ploma, where they met a single-seater Buick buzzing hurriedly around a bend . The Cook brothers were aboard an A.J.S. mo tor bike and side-car, and were in tent on lowering the Perth to Sydney speed record. The Buick car bored them out at the curve so that they shot over the embankment and es caped with ? their lives by a miracle. E. M. Cooke, jnr., the rider, sustained a, badly burnt leg where the hot en- ; gine laid on him ; and the brother, M. Cook, received extensive lacer ations and injured knee. The mach ine was badly knocked about, but was stilli capable of running, after a fashion. The cyclists were four hours ahead of time when the ac S cident occurred, and after getting | temporary repairs to their machine at Gundagai Motor W...

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

TENNIS Yesterday Junee played Gundagai on the local courts in a friendly match. . Junee did not field their strongest team, but came out winners. Some very good rallies were fought out. Following are the scores (Gun dagai being mentioned first) : — j Tout Bros., v.Thompson and Wilson 6-5, 1-6} v. Maloney Bros., 6-5, 6-3; v. Maloney and Winter 6-5, 5-6; v. Bennett and Poole 3-6, 1-6. Tout and Brown v. Moloney and Winter 6-5, 6-3; v. Thompson and Wilson 6-3, 6-3; v. Bennett and Poole 0-6, 3-6; V. Moloney Bros., 5-6, 4-6. Keen and Webb, v. Moloney Bros., 5-6, 4-6, v. Thompson and Wilson, 6-4, 6-5 ; v. Bennett and Poole, 0-6, 3-6; v. Maloney and Winter, 6-2, 5-6. Phillips and Byrne v. Bennett and Poole 2-6, 3-6. Phillips and Glasscock, v. Moloney a!nd Winter, 6-5, 6-5; v. Moloney Bros., 1-6, 2-6. Misses McLeod and McGoldrick, v. Misses Poole and Hiscock, 1-6, 5-6; v. Misses Moloney 6-0, 6-3. Mrs. Koch and Miss Phillips v. Misses Poole and Hiscock, 3-6, 6-2; v. Misses Moloney 6-4, 6-2. H...

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THE WORLD OF SPORT CRICKET BRUNGLE v. GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 22 October 1928

[?] ? CRICKET fliiiiniiiinmiiiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMPiiiitiiitiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiM BRUNGLE v. GUNDAGAI A Gundagai cricket team spent yes terday at Brungle. . And it proved one of the most exciting days yet known,' as regards cricket. Gun dagai ^went to the wickets first, and , were' dismissed for the poor total of 25, . E. Bounader,. scoring threequar ters of the total. A. Phillips, bowl ing for Brungle, secured four wick ets with sucessive balls. Brungle made 54, and Gundagai rattled up 106 for 8 wickets in their second knock, and declared. Brungle were sent in again, and an exciting tussle resulted, A. Hartshorn pulling the game out of the fire with mighty swipes to the boundary. E. Bounader played an attractive innings for 47, in Gundagai's second innings. The scores were: — GUNDAGAI 1st. INNINGS E. Bounader, b Podham ...... 16 C. McKenzie, b Podham . . ... 1 P. Sullivan, c Freeman, b Phillips 2 E. Dart, b Hartshorn ? ? 2 J. Boyton, b Podham... .. .. 0 R. Wilson, 'b Phillips ? ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

THE HON. E. G. THEODORE M.H.R. THE HON. J. F. O'REGAN. M.L.C. Will speak at Gundagai on — SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 27. Supporting the Candidature of Labor's Grand Man and Brilliant Member PARKER MOLONEY, M.H.R. The best Representative this dis trict has ever had. I?ut him back by voting NO. 1. PARKER MOLONEY. J. GARDNER, Organiser for Parker Moloney. MR. C. LAZZARINI M.L.A. pY-P.TTTRTt1 KK!P.T?T?!T A T?V will address the following meetings in support of the Candidature of PARKER MOLONEY LABOR'S BRILLIANT CANDIDATE Monday, October 29th— BRUNGLE (store), 7 p.m. Tuesday, October- 30th:', NANGUS (store) 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 31st— COO- LAC (Hotel), 3.30. p.m; Wednesday, Octobeiv 31st — JUG- IONG (Hotel) , 7.30 p.m. Thursday, November 1st — TUM- BLONG (store), 7.30 p.m. Friday November. 2— GRAHAMS- TOWN (Hotel), 7.30. Saturday, November 3rd- — ADE- LONG, 3.30 p.m. Saturday, November '3rd — GUN- DAGAI, 7.30 p.m. . Sunday, November 4th — -JACKA- LASS, 11 a.m. (W. G. Hourn's) Sunday Nov...

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TWO TALKERS. AND A COLD WIND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

TWO TALKERS. AND A COLD WIND Tuesday night, with frosty wind flittering along the jdeserted frontages of Sheridan street, two politicians faced frigid meetings there. Senator Josiah Thomas talked in the Gundabidgtee Theatre, and particu larly emphasised the fact that he is a candidate for the Senate as well as asking support for Mr. J. Garry, the Nationalist candidate for the House of Representatives. Mr. Thomas also emphasised that folk who split their vote betweeen Nationalist and Labor senators were really vot ing against the Nationalists. He .re viewed the working of the Bruce Page Government over the past three years, and said that the big question again was one of the maintenance of law and order', and a 'direct ac tion' minority rule. He defended the Transport Bill, as means of pur ifying and strengthening trades un ionism, which at present had a ten dency to forget it owed a duty to the employer and the public as well as the worker. Frank Anstey urged the strikers to return ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

FEDERAL ELECTIONS NATIONAL CAMPAIGN JACK GARRY LOCAL AND NATIONAL CANDID ATE, FOR HUME, will address meetings, as under. JUGIONG, Monday, 29th, at 5.15 p.m. COOLAC, Monday 29th at 8 p.m. ADELONG, Tuesday 30th at 8 p.m. GRAHAMSTOWN, Wednesday 31st at 7.15 p.m. TUMBLONG, Wednesday , 31st- at 8.30 p.m. BACK STATION CREEK, Thursday 1st. at 1.30 p.m. (near school). NANGUS, Thursday 1st, at 5 p.m. at store. WANTABADGERY, Thursday, 1st, at 7.30 p.m. at Hall. BRUNGLE, Friday, 2nd, at 5 p.m. at Post Office. j BATLOW, Friday, 2nd, at 7.30 p.m. | at Hall. I I GUNDAGAI, Saturday, 3rd, at 3.30 | p.m. ' ! ? | VOTE 2 FLEMING. 1 GARRY, j 3 MOLONEY. i ? ? j ' J. C. DEUCHATEL, ' : Nationalist Organiser. '

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COUNTRY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

COUNTRY PARTY A meeting of the Country Party ; committee was held at Gundagai on j 22n.a October; at which the following additional committeemen were ap- ! pointed. Messrs E. R. Readford, j R. O. Scott, E. A. Tout, T. A. Lind- j ley, W. Whitticker, J. H. Corkhill, F. Malone, W. J. Pollack, D. R. Nich olls, W. Luff, Geo. Rose, Fred. Smart and Chas. Smart, The appointment of N. C. Pye mont as Secretary was confirmed. An office lias been established at | Merrs Wilson and Dodd's rooms, j where the secretary will be in at- ' tendance to answer- any enquiries. ? The 'secretary presented a report showing where Mr. Fleming's time had been spent during his three days campaign visit to Gundagai. Reports to hand, in the district and throughout the 'elctorate are very encouraging, and Mr. Fleming's re turn as member for the Hume is forecasted, and a systematic organ isation was evolved at the meetifkg to ?cairy liiis into eneci. The arrangements for future speakers was left in the hands of the ...

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POLITICAL MATTERS WHITE AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

POLITICAL MATTERS ? ? ? .........ii.tiiiiiiniiiiifiiililtllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllltllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUI WHITE AUSTRALIA. ' UllltllllllltlllllllMISIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIItllHIIIttlllllllllK ^ TO THE EDITOR. Sir, Mr. Jim Gardner evidently does not agree with the wise old adage that abuse is no argument. The facts in regard to the danger that exists for the great ideal of White Australia are easily set forth. In 1923 the Dictator of Bolshe vick Russia issued an Official bulletin reading: — 'The Australian Commun ist Party must now concentrate all its energy to win a decisive majority in the Trade Unions. I, therefore, deliberately advise -he Australian Communist Party to join the State Labor Parties and the Federal Labor Party.' Mr. Jock Garden, Secretary of the N. S. W. Trades and Labor Council attended a conference of the Third Internationale of Red Trades Unions hel.d at Moscow, and the cabled report of his speech says: — 'We found that by directin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

' : Blffief -ani leitei'. , THE qualities w hich have gained for Chev . . rolet the place of the world's leader among low priced cars have been im proved — refined — aug 1 men-ted; all with the idea. ; of providing greater value. | ' The new Chevrolet is now ; * ? offered as follows:— . ' . STANDARD : .. TOURER . XuuD. i-'S ? 1 ? STANDARD ' PQAr ; ROADSTER X^UD V- SPORTS P'tlQtr* ?? ROADSTER xZZu ? (with Dicky Seat) : . i TWO-BOOR ' p fj O r i .;: semn 3CZoO' F0UR-D00R f»Ot r ; SEDAN XOI3 ? ' v .... ? All Mo, dels are Equipped ; . with 5 Balloon Tyries i . / and Tubes ? ; ??? ' WARRANTED FOR - ONE. YEAR ; , ?C.J ,i'. ? . ' A. STRONGER' AND LONGER CHASSIS ? 1 /III ^PHE wheelbase has been increased . tfWIIiW^fi ritwl'l V to 107' inches, two snubber plates ? W^^MueWf have been added to each spring control- v - / ffit\ . ling the rebound and absorbing shocks, j ; 4 -? M''~ . Rims.are. wider and 4he tyre size has ' ' ' ? ?v .v' . . been .increased. .-All these improve- : . / , ments.' -r...

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USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

USEFUL .HINTS Chamois leather should be wash ed in warm water in which a pinch of baking soda has been dissolved. In thist way the leather's softness, which is often lost in the process of washing, is retained. Sage and onion mixed with an ap wicu diiu jjaicu it- tut: ucat bciuue ffor roast pork. You can ' salt one half of a small leg of pork, and boil it and serve it with a good pease pudding, and roast the other half. So it is quite 'an economy to buy a fairly large log of pork, though not a big one, as a large leg of pork is usually rather coarse in the meat. * ? m Don't buy the very least of every thing 'used daily in the houso. It means a lot of running out to shop, and the things cost more in the end. Try to have a store cupboard, though it is small, and stock as much as you can afford to buy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

'.^Whya. [ lasts' linger ! . I Mon'is ^otors have made it a policy to incur j extra expenditure in materials and workman j ship ivhenever increased safety, greater efficiency | and longer life can thus be secured . | Morris all-steel lyheels increase your margin of [ safety . Lucas Magneto Ignition, installed on all i Morris Cars, carries a definite 2 years' guarantee . j Take down any Morris engine. Compare it part ? for part with any other power unit in its price-group. Then you'll understand why a Morris, given the same usage, will last twice as long! No other car offers so convenient a range of models at such attractive prices. Call in for a demonstration. Prices Uz&m -3§-4^5 Local Distributor: BUTCHER & CO. SOUTH GUNDAGAI. ~ Morris Oxford cc 5 5'Passenger Tourer £ 320 v J DIRECTION: ? K. BOUNADER SATURDAY, OCT. 27. Here's the screen's most sophisticated Comedy team: Lew Cody, Aileen Pringle, and Owen Moore, in 'TEA FOR THREE' A Farce Comedy of the reformation of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

i RslI ftogfegg resate |J| | CSSy fori Ropularitai f 11 j&£§j It is a far cry from John Studebakcr's^ |f| , little forge in 183 5, to the immense ^'- ||j! production plants which Studebaker ; » pg controls to-day. This epic growth A ||| is the result of ever keeping faith ||| with the public. # pa: Figures supplied by the Australian 'y'. |jj|! Statistics Bureau, prove that — taking p| the whole of Australia into consider Ipg ation — Studebaker ivas the only car to show an increase in sales for the first 111 four months of 1928 compared with / \j| |jl the same months of 1927, and not only U gag an increase, but an increase of 25.6% 111 Every Studebaker car is so mechan- Wpfmpj Wfi, ically right that it can be driven 40 'jfli miles an hour the day it is delivered, f.|r| , ||| and oil and grease changes are . §9 necessary only once every 2,5 00 miles, IpV / 1/ f|l after the first 1,000 miles. W^y 111 |l| every Australian and American speed 1 jprij ^ and endurance record for sto...

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RECIPES APRICOT PANCAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

^ RECIPES r\ APRICOT- PANCAKES. j Beat up two ounces of butter to a cream; add the same weight of flour and sugar (the pancakes will' be lighter if castor sugar is used). When well beaten add half a. pint of milk and two well-beaten eggs, adding a few drops at a time and stirring well uptil all is thoroughly mixed. But ter some small saucers and 'fill them iTri+U 4-U* „ ? ? J vvalu Hie miAtuic. ill a, lliutl erate oven. Turn out and serve hot, with hot apricot jam.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 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. i WILL HARRIS, the Dancer with the Talkative Feet. LILIUOKALANI, Honolulu's fore most Hula Dancer. CY PIER, the Ukulele Troubador. \T A T TIT Xl_ _ T .'iiK TV ? iNAJ-iCji, ijiLtie r ire uum Hilo. . WILL BRISCO, the DUSKY Laugh from Oahu. BOB LANUI, the Wizard of the Ivories. POPULAR PRICES

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BALL-BEARINGS FOR BEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

BALL-BEARINGS FOR BEAR iitimtiiiiitiiiiiiiimiisiiiimiiiiitiiiimmiitiiiiiiiisiiiiiuitiiiit Having no rifle, and fearing the shot he had would not do the work at hand, Joe Arnold, a Virginian (U.S.A.) settler, removed the lead pellets from a powdered shell, and in serted ball-bearings from his old 'Lizzie.' Thus equipped, he went forth to give battle to a bear that had been killing his sheep. Arnold wounded the bear with the first, shot, and then brought it down with a ball-bearing through the heart.

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WELSH PLUM PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

WELSH PLUM PUDDING This requires half a pound of car rots, half a pound of finely chopped suet, one ounce of lemon peel, grat ed nutmeg, two large boiled and pulp ed carrots and two tablespoons of flour . Mix all well together and boil for two hours.

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