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P.P. BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

P.P. BOARD At a meeting of Gundagai Pastures Protection Board, on Tuesday last, there were present: — Directors J. Elliot (chair), J. Roche, H. P. Car berry, W. Hassett and B. Wilson. Circulars received: — Stock Branch, re prickly pear destruction; re pay ment of- bonuses for noxious birds; and re salaries and allowances to rabbit inspectors. Letters were received frolm the Stock Branch, re transfer of Inspec- I tor Doyle to Jerilderie, and appoint ment of Mr. Thomas Freeman, as in spector at Gundagai. Gazette notice was received, ap pointing T. A. Gordon, Nangus, and L. F. Roche, Adelong, as Permit In spectors to the Board. Application by the hon. secretary of Progress Assn., Eurongilly was re ceived for the appointment of a Per mit Inspector at that centre. — Ac- ceded to. Forbes P.P. Board asked for co operation protesting to Minister re the heavy fines recently inflicted by the Burwood magistrate on owners of sheep for non-compliance with the regulation as to the branding of she...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SANDWICH [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

SANDWICH Honey mixed with chopped nuts makes a change when a sweet sand4 wich is desired.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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VALEDICTORY MISS KITTY SULLIVAN ENTERTAINED. HANDSOME PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

VALEDICTORY MISS KITTY SULLIVAN ENTERTAINED. HANDSOME PRESENTATION Some 200 Gundagai town and dis trict folk assembled in St. Patrick's Hall, on Monday night last, to bid farewell to Miss Kitty Sullivan, 'prior to her departure for Sydney. Mr. H. P. Carberry, Shire Presi dent, chaired the gathering, JlllH wVipfci Mif?5 Sullivan zxnr* mvmcm ied by 3r$k and Mrs. P. Sullivan, en tered the ha]^, the assemblage arose and sang She's a Jolly Good Fellow', with ni^ch enthusiasm. Mr. Carberry/iin stressing the loss to Gundaga iguccasioned by Miss Sullivan's de(®rture, said that she had' been oi^Pjf the leading spirits of the towi*h all public matters, especially in connection with patriotic, charitable and church .movements. Miss Sullivan had also accomplished a wonderful work in teaching many of the young folk, especially the girls to swim, a matter in which she took a great interest. He was pleased to see such a fine gathering that night to do honor to their worthy guest, and he had been a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CAKE WITHOUT EGGS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

CAKE WITHOUT EGGS This cake should be eaten fresh. One pound of flour, quarter of a pound of butter, half a pound of sug ar, half a pound of currants or sul tanas, and a few muscatels, two oun ces oi canaiea peel, nan a pint ot milk, one tablespoonful of soda (bak- ! ing) . Put flour in basin with sugar ' and sliced peel and currants. Beat butter to a cream, and mix these in gredients together with milk. Stir soda with two tc.blespoonfuls of milk, add to the rest of mixture, and beat till thoroughly mixed. Bake one half to two horn's. Edited, Printed, and Published by Patrick, Sullivan, Byron-street, Gundagai.

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WHIRLY WINDS BLOWS THAT SHIFTED THINGS MONDAY WAS A BAD DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

WHIRLY WINDS BLOWS THAT SHIFTED THINGS MONDAY WAS A BAD DAY Over a big portion of Gundagai disti-ict, on Monday last a fierce rain and windstorm raged. The rain came down in rivers — the registration in places was from half an inch to an inch, and gutters be came little rivers, whilst flat roads were turned into lakes. But it was the wind accompanying the rain which played havoc. It made music like a band of a thousande mo tor horns, mixed with the roar of an escaped menagerie. Then it started ripping and tearing, i.nd, in afew minutes, roofs of sheds and houses :got the idea they were aeroplanes, and went whistling through the air at a speed that would ?:ielight th^ heart of a Hinkler or a jvipgsiora omnn. Out at Mundarlo the meteorolo gical circus was presented in all its grandeur, or maybe, terror. The big shearing shed was left without cover ing, outhouses were unroofed, and the usually orderly homestead be came a place of cyclonic riot. Mr. L. J. Johnson is still busy totting u...

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WHAT IT MEANS THE REFERENDUM EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

WHAT IT MEANS iitiisaiitsaiitmiiif iiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKif iitiitmiMiitiii THE REFERENDUM EXPLAINED 'Few people understand what the Referendum to be decided on 'Nov ember 17th. is all about,' states the weekly bulletin of the Federal Parlia mentary Country Party. 'The ballot paper will not tell the story in an illuminating way, and to those un aocumomed to the stud v 'of national finance a bare statement of the case is more illuminating. It is of some guidance to the electors, however, to know that all piolitical parties, Country, Nationalist, and Labor,' have all publicly advised their supporters to vote 'Yes.' . 'To say that the referendum aims to wipe out the debt of the Common wealth and States, and to provide for the future mangement of bor rowing does not convey much to the average citizen. But consider the ex tent of Australia's debt and, what it means to every man who pays a tax. We haVe - the huge debt of £1,040, ;000,000 to carry, and upon this' debt we pay the t...

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

Tailored Suits § Supreme Quality Style PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS — SUPPERIOR WORKMANSHIP FAULTLESS FABRICS. SERVICEABLE TWEED SUITS, fit and satis faction guaranteed, from £5. BLUE TWILL SUITS, Color Warranted Fast, from £5 12s 6d. .. POPULAR FANCY WORSTEDS, in Latest Colorings. The Smartest Suits in Town from £6 6s Place Your Order Here and SAVE MONEY WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. S. MA HONEY, Gundaqai min ,1, in, Be Particular ji ^ About Tour jjj u ~ ' milk, meat, ^ O groceries, etc. Do you exercise the same care in selecting your baker L; ^ as ^ou do your efher tradespeople? ® P Our bread is made in a spotlessly clean sunlit baker? , and onl^ tke $ Jj purest and best ingredients are used. We incite $our inspection. |j * Butcher & Co. jjj ' — —a — — — — — WE ARE BUYERS FOR EXPORT, NOT DEALERS— RABBITSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, Etc. SPOT CASH RULING. J : MARKET RATES. - LORRY RUNNING REGULARLY GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING ELSEWHERE IT WILL PAY YOU. : THOS. W. ...

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A FARMER'S POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

A FARMER'S POLICY It has oft-times been said and written that the farmer is the back bone of the Nation. This fundamental truth stands: The f!act remains, nevertheless, that the farmer, in spite of his- great services to the community, does not receive cue encuui axemen l industry and merit deserve. So-called friends try to delude him into believng that secondary indus tries are a burden on his back, that a return to Free Trade would bring him relief and greater prosperity. This form of reasoning is difficult to follow. No great study is requir ed to discover that the home market is our, best market. More that half the population of Australia is. depen dent upon our manufactures for the means to live. 65 per cent, of our total primary production is consumed in Australia. Strangle our industries and at once we strangle the farmers. The paramount need for all Aust ralians to-day, and particularly the Sfarmers, is an appreciation of the economic value of manufactures in relation to the...

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

SMART SMOCKING I Iff] TTuq ; \. ?//' \ \ : . £!.?, 1 &t70Q\ 7081. — Smocking is a very aof-i a»4 ' dainty trimming, and what could be nicer than this smart style? The narrow roll collar is finished with a neat little bow. Material required, three and a quarter yards of 40-inch. To fit 36-inch bust. Other sizes, 32, 34, 38, and 40-inch 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 any garment for .which a* : illustration is provided. Our Pattern Service covers practically everything in the shape of wearing ap parel. Prices for these Special Patterns are: — Patterns for Adults — 2/6 «ach. Patterns for Children — 2/6 each. ORDER FORM. Please Forward to me 'Pat- tern No ? for which I enclose ? Name . . . ....... .? . . . . (State whether Mrs. or Miss) Full ? ? Postal Address ? ... ? ? Orders should fce addressed to — ? 'DA...

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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 — 25 October 1928

My Lady 's Gorner. SPECIAL PATTERN SERVICE FOR READERS OFTHE 'INDEPENDENT' I SOCIAL GOSSIP, COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS I ... .......... ? ? ? ? SOCIAL GOSSIP Miss Marie Morphy, of Bondi, who has been staying with her cousin, Mrs. T. Callan, at 'Rathdan,' Jugiong gave a tea party at the Australia on her return. Those present included Mrs. J. 'Byrne, Mrs. W. Millar, and the Misses Monie Marsden, Dolly Keogh, Ena Marsden, Julia Hannan and Marge Keogh. * * * Miss Peggy Dawes, in giving her opinion of an ideal dancing partner, said: 'Now I come to a rather del icate subject — that of smoking and drinking at dances. As I don't in dulge in drink very much myself — well, I don't know quite what to say. Some years ago a man who drank at a dance was thought most offensive by his partners; but nowadays things have changed, and so long as you drink in moderation — and drink light wines rather than whiskey, nothing is thought of it. As to smoke — well, as I myself smoke, my ideal partner can sm...

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

THE WORLD HAS A NEW AND FINER MOTOR CAR NASH^O©' . tME NEW SERIES No single thing more quickly and strikingly identifies the new character of the '400' series than their radically new type of performance. The ? illustration shows the Ad vanced Six, 7 passenger, Salon Body, in the new '400' Series just introduced by Nash. It is a powerful car, with 130 inch wheelbase. You can drive it 75 to 80 miles per hour, with mat ter-of-fact ease, due to its newly designed 'Twin Ignition' twelve spark plug high compres sion motor. Houdaille double action ffijjp shock absorbers and the new '400' double drop frame endow this new - Nash with exceptional comfort. Bijur centralised chassis ' lubrication adds convenience and long life. A new Nash steering design creates the easiest handling car the motor industry has ever pro duced. If you would convince yourself, inspect, ride in . the New Nash '400' and realise ? ? why Motordom has won dered what further im provement could possibly pffin be made to ...

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FUN IN GUNDAGAI ON 24th NOVEMBER HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

FUN IN GUNDAGAI ON 24th NOVEMBER HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. Over a score of enthusiastic ladies and gentlemen attended the public meeting on Wednesday night to fur ther arrangements for the forthcom ing Carnival. Mr. C. E. Butcher (Hospital President) was in the chair, and the programme submitted by the special committee was adopted with a few additions. We have not space this issue to give full details; but articles to be raffled range form wireless sets to shaving mugs; and footraces, marathon dances, singing contests, chocolate wheels, etc., will be among the side issues, not forget ting the 'Ugly Man' contest, for which Mrs. Phillips has already select ed a likely winner. Saturday, 24th November, promises to be a day of particular pepiness in Gundagai.. Matters are well in hand for the Hospital Benefits at Niagara: Cafe on November 8th, when a cabaret func tion will be featured at night. The gross takings, day and night, go to the Hospital.

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STRAY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

STRAY NOTES. fiiitiimiiii urn tiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit im mi iiiiiiniHit in A bag of flour donated by the Cowra Milling Company to the hos pital in that border town realised £8/10/- by auction recently. . The sack was re-sold no few than 14 times, when a Scotchman became the pur chaser. He, however, handed it to the hospital people. # ;* « The recent ceaisus taken at Suva, the capital of -, the; 'Fiji group, shows that within the mirnicipality there are 1300 whites and 8'700 colored people of various nationalities. At the be ginning of the present century, Suva had less than 400 \vhites. It is not often tBtat an author can definitely state the; income he will derive from any book he may write, but Compton Mackenzie's new novel 'Extaordinavy Worriten,' which is now in the press, will jbring him in exactly £2100. The edition, which is limited to 20,000 copies, has been sold out at two guineas each. The publisher and author are wxn-king on a fifty fifty basis in tVie production ...

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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. Detectives, at a Warwick Farm motor garage, arrested two men who it is said were stealing petrol froni a con tainer. They were detected by the garage proprietor, who with 'assis- tance, succeeded in ovel'rpowerfrig them until the arrival of the police. One large' drum in their possession contained over 100 gallons of petrol. 111U v^uettiiaicum i lewnui uao icxus ed to reinstate 18 railway men who ( were dismissed for refusing to carry out instructions of the Railway Com missioner during the recent water side strike. Five persons were injured, one cri tically, when a motor car .crashed into a large iron, standard at the corner of' Elizabeth find Liverpool streets, early this morning. The car was completely wrecked. Ivy Wharton has been committed for trial at Adeliade for alleged mur der of 6-year-old daughter who died as a result of a gunshot wound. Medical evidence was given to the effect that the woman was not ac countable for her actions at the ti...

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OUR SERIAL STORY. The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

i ..OUR SERIAL ST0RY--lv.v' The F^atal bondage .CHAPTER XVII.— (Continued.) 'She was free, too — free to 'marry. Why should sh~e hesitate? At her request he sat beside her j and then for a moment or two com plete silence prevailed in the little room. 'Hideous, is'nt it?' she said, ^pre sently, her eyes cast on the carpet. 'Don't you— wonder why I came here Mr. Homfrey?' 'T -»rmr-lnr1p-rl vnll hr.d some ? 1 mean a goo.d reason,' he replied, in evident embarrassment. 'For the reason that I know no shelter,' 'said Adeline, in a low,, emotional voice. 'Mr. Homfi'ey — Hugh you see me a disgraced, dis credited woman.' 'Miss Hervey!' ' 'I speak the miserable truth,' she continued. 'Listen- You remem ber our meeting at night in the wood at Pendower — you remember my er rand, my attire?' 'Perfectly.' ' 'You did not blame riie at the time; you expressed as much.' I 'Blame! I honoured you for your ! sympathetic interest in my unlucky : friend.' I 'What I. did was undertaken for I your sake, Hu...

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

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Valma Harvey, 26, a member of j the troupe of flying acrobats fell, and was killed while performing at ;i matinee at Wirths' circus, in Mel bourne yesterday. Her back was broken, and death was practically in stantaneous. iGundagai folk will re gret to hear, the news. Rev. Father Carragher was back in Gundagai this week, seeing his army of old firiends. He is now lo cated at. Wyalong. * # * Miss Ora Hammond, of Kirribilli, has been offered the position of Sist er at Gundagai Hospital, in place of Sister Costelloe, resigned. v - « Mr. Ted. Hourn went away to Syd ney, a forthnight ago, for a holiday. He likes the city so well that he has decided to. remain there, and has secured a position on Sydney Water and Sewerage Boai',d. Dropped into Gundagai this week, to spend a few days amongst old 'cobbers,' Mr. A'mby Lynch, son of fi.o lato Mr W. Lvneh. of SDring Flat. It is 10 years since he was last here, and, with his brothers, he is. now in a thriving city business. Amby wil...

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

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 8th. The Committe are; taking charge '.of the 'cash register. The renovated premises are most elaborately fitted, beautifully furn ished and lighted, cool an;d .comfor table. The stock is resplendent with al sorts and kinds of Delicacies — Choicest Fruits and Confectionary, and out of the Fountains — Delicious EATS AND DRINKS'. Between the hours of 8 and 12 1 p.m. the WHOLE of the Shop will turned into a CABARET for Dan cing, with Splendid Music and Rad ios. Messrs Castrission Brothers are doing their BIG BIT, 'and the Hos pital ask that the Public will give their patronage on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. GUNDAGAI DISTRICT HOSPITAL. WANTED the services of 3 YOUNG LADIES to assist at the GRAND OPENING DAY at Messrs. Castrission Shop on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. Apply to— THE SECRETARY, Hospital. GUNDAGAI ...

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CRICKET WEBB SHIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

CRICKET WEBB SHIELD Scores in match, played last Sun day, between Nangus and Institute, the latter winning : — INSTITUTE L. Anderson, c Smith, b W. Boy ton . . . ? ? ? ? ? 30 T. Greene, c Gittoes, b W. Boj/;.. ? ! to^, ? '. ....... . 11 C. Hancock, b Gittoes . . . . . . 8 W. Hiscock, b W. Boyton . . / 8 L. Chambers, c Norris, b Hill . . 8 A. E. Sheldrick, c Berg, b Hill 21 W. Edwards, c Norris, b L. Boy ton ? ...... 16 T. Humphrys, b Hill .... . . , . 0 J. Britton, b Hill .' ? ? . . . .68 J. Carroll, l.b.w., b Gittoes . . -. . 9 H. Bissett, not out .. ...... j ,..2: Sundries .. .. 2 Total . . . . ? ? ? . 183 'D ' ? T O ? III. 1 ' j? ? £'» A TIT .Duwnng; u, oiuiLii, ± ior vv . Boyton, 3 for 55, A. Gittoes, 2 for 24, M. Hill, 3 for 14, T. Mills 0 for 21, II. Chandler 0 for 21, L. Boyton 1 for 8, T. Boyton 0 for 14. NANGUS A. Gittoes, c Edwards, b Hiscock 0 M. Hill, l.b.w. b Hiscock .... 1 T. Boyton, c Edwards, b Carrol 34 A. Chandlier, b Hiscock ? ? 17 J. Smith,i c Hiscock, b Anderson...

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SPORTING. THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

SPORTING. THE TURF The Board of Control of Mudgee Pony All Heights Racing Club has dis qualified for life Thomas Francis Mac lachan, owner, William Commin Leo, and Thomas' Craigie, trainer, and Leonard Whitebread, jockey, for al leged fraudulent entry and corrupt practices in having run race horse Alga, which was identical with the bay gelding Silent Gold, at the last meeting of the Club. The horse won local Cup, being backed from 6 to 1, j down to even money. 'Yes, the late Fred. McEvoy own ed some good horses in his time, ! ctnvs Rri old-time Gundagai sport. 'Honeywood was only one of many, j In the year 1887 — that is 41 'years I ago — he brought Frisco and Chicago j to Gundagai, and the late Jack Pol lock and Bob Paine trained them. Both horses were worked on a pri vate track, between where Billy Smith and Frank Hughes, of Tar rabandra, now live. In January of 1887 Frisco and Chicago were taken to a meeting at Frog's Hollow, a course this side of Mr. W. Jamieson s place, at Will...

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