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PASTORAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

PASTORAL PARS At Gundagai P.P. Board meeting, on Tuesday^ acting Chairman Elliot, in welcoming the new Stock In spector, Mr. Freeman, told him that the directors were men who 'went off their own bat''— if they didn't like an inspector they would tell him tv.ov bad had rows with other inspectors, but that was not the Board's fault. Mr. Freeman, re plying, said he felt that he would get on swimmingly with the Board. He felt that, where an Inspector did not pull with directors, the best thing for him to do was to get out. * * * Since Trapper Feint has been op erating in the Micalong and adjoin ing centres of Gundagai P.P. Board district, he has trapped 90 dingoes. * * * 'There've just woke up, said act- j ing Chairman Elliot on' Tuesday, when a Departmental circular came along 'intimating that, under the P.P. Act, 'bonuses could not be paid on noxious 'birds, but, if Minister approved, a Board could pay for noxious birds. For donkey's years, Gundagai Board has been paying for the destr...

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

THE INDEPENDENT ? :o: ? THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1928. ? — —

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

Safety The safest way to fight disease is to build up the constitution of the animals. This has been proved by the originators of VITA-LICK and the many Graziers who have used it constantly. An outstanding intance comes from Mr. P. A. Wright, Armidale, N.S.W. j who has used over 500 tons of VITA-LICK during the last six years and has reduced his losses from 5.6 per cent to 1.8 per cent. Use 'D' Formula for Dry Feed. Use 'G' Formula for Green Feed. Vita-Lick Ltd. Stock Lick Specialists 107 Kent St., Sydney Hare always had A SUPPLY , OF EGGS Proof of the value of feeding poultry with Karswood. Read this letter : — 'As a hobby I have always kept seven or eight fowls, and have been using the Karswood Spice for quite two years or more, and have had splendid results. I ^ never buy any eggs .. at all the year round ; J — 'I the hens only missed / l laying for eleven con- j | secutive days during 1 MW j the whole twelve I I months, which I I ' £0 1 think was very good. & A I will no...

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

| AT HOMEBUSH TO DAY.! I THE SHEEP MARKET. 1 | Sheep at noon to-day were jljj ; firmer. v 1 CATTLE VALUES. £ j ? ; ? [III ? Values for prime cattle were X i firm at noon sales. || 1 MAIZE VALUES. ? III !j The price of maize in Sydney ||jj is 3/10 to 4/- X !! ? ? ? ^.*111

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

9' ? Spring; 1928 NEW fSPRXISTGr STYLES [j - A UNIQUE DISPLAY of [jj | Spring and Summer Novelties | | is now on view in our Mantle, | Millinery, and Dress Depart- | |l ments. The collection em- v III ~ braces all the newest and | |j latest ideas in Fabrics, and, ||| | as these are confined to us for jjj Gundagai, an early visit to 'ill I l.i this interesting display will be x 111 appreciated. | \ | OUR MANTLE SHOWROOM ! Id u ? 11 r resents the most attractive ?' II „ ? £ r , . - | collection of r rocks, Coats, j | Suits and Sports Wear ever x f*: assembled in Gundagai. III 111 OF PARTICULAR INTEREST IS THE PROFUSION OF .SPRING MILLINERY Spring; 1928 ? ??????HaaHaaBBHBEaaBBBBBBHBaHataHBBBESRB W.C. STRiBLEY, MERCHANT, Gundagai

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

ON THE LAND ? ....???IIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllltllllllltlllllllllll Messrs Killen and Armstrong av eraged £6/4/6 for 20 vealers sold at Homebush on Monday. 9 ? ? A line of 8 cows,, consigned from Coolac by Widgeongully, Ltd;, aver aged £11/1/- at Homebush on Mon day. -«? * Nash car, .with our guarantee of perfect order. Will sell cheap. Good I terms, Butcher and Co.* * . * * Rabbit skin values were frequently Id. to 2d. per lb. lower at Sydney sales yesterday. Outgoing sold to 86'd., pelty to 77d. racks, 53d. to 56d. per lb., so Winchombe Carson wire us. ? ? ?? Roger Williams, a Wangaratta (Vic.) farmer, had a magnificent lot of exhibits at last Melbourne Show from his 200 acre farm, and secured nearly 400 prizes. Australia could do very well with a few thousand of Williams' sort. . Take your best girl to Niagara Cafe on Thursday. De luxe refreshments and delightful music.* » ? » Over 100 acres of tomatoes are being grown near Adelaide at present under glass-houses. Some of these ha...

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WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL SECURITY IN WHEAT-GROWING THE ADVANTAGES OF FALLOWING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

WITH THE MAN ON THE LAND. AGRICULTURAL ? » ? SECURITY IN WHEAT-GROWING THE ADVANTAGES OF FALLOW ING The system known as fallowing is a method of dry farming peculiarly suited to Australian conditions. In brief, it, is a method of soil manage ment by which the farmer can con serve in the soil rain that fell before sowing time and hold it there for the benifit of the crop when it requires it. So efficient is the system that, provided it is properly carneu uui, it is possible to hold moisture in the soil and subsoil for many months with only a small loss of evaporation. It is no uncommon, thing for moisture to be retained in the soil for eight, ten, and twelve months, the rain tVat falls in one -wixitel- being carried through the following summer, and being still there when the crop is sown in the ensuing April or May. In. this way the crop is grown on the rainfall of two winters, and the possibility of entire failure is prac tically wholly eliminated. The main advantage of fallowing, ...

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

TOURING CAR . . £298 j[ hjf SEDAN ...... £309 .'( ^ ? ' 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 materials and workmanship. Low fuel consumption, another characteristic of Dodge Brothers products, is here expressed to a degree most remarkable for a Six. With this car you can enjoy low-priced, spectacu lar, 6-cylinder performance with the knowledge that it is safe, dependable and economical. Dodge Brothers complete line of passenger vehicles includes the Standard Six, the Victory Six and the Setuor Six. HARDEN AND JOHNSTON LIMITED 117-131 FLINDERS STREET SYDNEY Dodge- Brothers LOCAL DEALER: BUTCHER .& .CO., ^ ^ SOUTH GUNDAGAI. NEW INTEREST RATE. The Commonwealth Shavings Bank of Australia will in future., pay interest at the rate of 4 per cent, on the first £500 of deposits, s 3i per c...

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PASTORAL. LIVER FLUKE TREATMENT OF PASTURES FOR CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

PASTORAL. LIVER FLUKE TREATMENT OF PASTURES FOR CONTROL The introduction of carbon tetra chloride for the treatment of infest ed sheep has helped considerably in the control of liver fluke, but a two fold programme is advocated by the Department of Agriculture for the combat of this parasite — the direct treatment referred to, and the drain ing and Diuestoning ot pastures tor the purpose of eradicating the species of snail (Limnaea brazieri), which acts as intermediate host of the fluke. The detection and recognition of this snail is no hard matter for pas toralists. It prefers comparatively shallow water, commonly water an inch or less in depth. At times it occurs in deeper water, but it is not generally found in water more than 9 inches deep. Further, though it may be found at the edge of large ponds and in rocky pools, it seems to prefer slowly moving streams such as shallow drains with merely a ?trickle, and, above 'all, a muddy bot tom. Thus it is extremely common at the head o...

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SIXTY-THREE MILLION BUSHELS AN ACHIEVEMENT IN BULK HANDLING [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 25 October 1928

SIXTY-THREE MILLION BUSHELS AN ACHIEVEMENT IN BULK i HANDLING Since the opening of the Govern ment elevators in 1920, states a de partmental publication, over 63,000,000. bushels of wheat have been received, stored, and delivered for farmers, without the loss of one pennyworth of grain. In urging farmers — at whose re quest they were built — to use the elevators to the full extent, the Wheat Commissioner points out that the el- j evators mean: j 1. Safe storage of wheat against loss and damage by weather arid vermin. - 2. A definite saving in the cost of | cornsacks, seaming twine, and sewing. 3. A saving in time in off-loading the farmers' waggons at the el evator. | 4. A position of independence in I .. the sale of the wheat. 5. Assistance to the' Railway De partment by the quicker loading and discharging of the bulk ; wheat trucks, thus expediting the transfer of' the wheat to sea port.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

GENERAL NEWS. Jonathan Edwards, an eighteenth century Calvinist; clergyman, has had probably more prominent descendants in U.S.A. than any other settler there. Included were 1.2 college presidents, 265 college graduates, 65 college . professors, 61 ; doctors, 103 clergy- ! men, 59 prominent authors, 80 pub- ' lie officials and several congressmen and senators. ' Truly a great progen- 1 itor ! . . | Out of its population of over ' 1,400,000, there are only 2591 Jews ' in N. Z.y and over. 2000 of these \ live in one or other of its 'four big cities. Wellington, the capital, holds ' 896 Semitics, and Auckland, 848, of i which 405 are 'Rebeccas.' The' South, Island's big cities — Christ- ! church and Dunedin — have only 182 and 190 respectively. . . * * * | At Perth (W.A.) last month / E. O'Connell. Avho had' been drawing the old-age ; pension for about four years, was {found to have £3100, as fixed deposit in a bank. He was fin ed heavily for the fraud, and was ordered to at once refun...

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YES, I REMEMBER MR. A. DAVIS' REMINISCENCES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

YES, I REMEMBER MR. A. DAVIS' REMINISCENCES, (Contributed by A. DAVIS, Gilmore) As an old member of the Tumut P.&A. Association, I was interested in an article in your issue of the 18th inst, tinder; the heading- o!fl 'Late Hai-ry Tingcombe.' I, remember the tete Harry Tingcombe, as manager of the Bank of N.S.W., Tumut, also the first secretary of the P. and A. as sociation, later followe'd by Mr. 'N. Emanuel, hon secretary, who, in my opinion, was the best and most meth odical secretary the Society ev'er had, and was a great assistance in other ways. He was made a life member in consequence. Of the mem bers of the committe mentioned in your article, there remains but two, viz., R. M. Shelly an'd N. Emanuel, and they have left the district for some years. Referring to the late Mr. Ting combe, as manager .of the Bank of N.S.W. In 1872, when I deposited my first small savings, I remember asking Mr. Tingcombe for a small cheque book. He asked me if I want- I ed to draw out the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

TO STAND THE SEASON SEEt 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). DAM: Kate (imp.) from New Zea land, by Clan MacDonald; 1st dam Yeung 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. CAUTION From this date all Persons found TRESPASSING (Hunting, Shooting or Fishing) on NANGUS or ABING DON will be PROSECUTED...

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IN REPLY TO HICKS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

IN REPLY fO HICKS. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Iri a recent issue of your pap er Mr. Hicks, campaign director of the Hume Country Party Council, displays much annoyance because I called attention to the action of Mr. Parker Moloney's opponents in snip ing at him while he is ill. The letter signed by Mr. Hicks is so bitter in tone, and . so unfair, that at first I decided to ignore it as something cal culated only to further injure the already hopeless cause he represents. One pargraph, however, in the letter is so paltry and mean that I feel constrained to call attention to it. I refer to the reference made to Mr. Moloney's absence from Parliament during portion of his last term, the suggestion being that the electorate was neglected. ? Everyone knows the circumstances connected with Mr. Moloney's enforced absence, through illness, last year, when public meet ings attended by citizens of all poli tical parties were held throughout the electorate and subscription lists opened to enable h...

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SOUTH SIDE RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

SOUTH SIDE RESERVES Assistant Rabbit Inspector Harris reported, in respect to reserves on south side of the river: — All reserves now in good order. Good grass everywhere, exckpti'hg Bangus T.S'.R. On ^111111^1; Reserve part revoked by Cx-own in bad state . with rabbits. Wyangle T.S.R. re quires fencing. Edited, Printed, and Published by Patrick S'ullivan, Shei'idan Street, Gundagai.

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

POLITICAL PIPS ,* The big business men of Sydney hi^ve 'read the Riot Act' to Bavin. ? ? m . The threat is, 'Climb down,' over the new taxation proposals— or 'out- skili;' . '.... - 1 . * Of course the wealth and influence of , Ithe city don't threaten direct ac tion, but, unless Bavin heeds 'His Master's Voice,' it will mean the end of- this Ministry. * * * In fact the meeting of 'Sydney's influential citizens' on Thursday smacked of what might be termed refined, or polished Bolshevism. All that was missing was a man with a name like Jock, and a standardbear er with a red flag. m ♦ * . -''The new taxation proposals al'e said to be 'puzzling' and 'harsh,' and all that sort of thing. The fact of the matter is they hit the men best a'ble to bear ithe burden, of the State, and John Lang couldn't have done better. * * * We are all tarred with the one brush. When, the wharfies squealed ait the Beeby award we held up our hands in horror, and talked about the awfulness of a body of men hol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

THE INDEPMDENT MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1928.

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WITH THE POLITICIANS Theodore's Themes [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

WITH THE P©LmemNS Theodore's Themes 1 1 1'iit milium 1 lit in mint inn in in ''iitiiiiit ihii nit inn mint 'in Miiittiiiiiiiiitiiintiiititii A fine, large Saturday afternoon crowd, including a few of the fair sex, stood in a semi-circle in Sheridan Street last week end to hear the: Hon. E. G. Theodore, M.H.R., speak in support of Mr. Parker Moloney's ?candidature for the Hume. seat. Mr. H. P. Carberry, Shire Presid ent, was in the chair, and briefly introduced the speaker. Mr. Theodore said he had come .to Gundagai specially; to' speak on be half.. of. Mr. Parker Moloney, who was too ill to . enter actively into the. campaign as yet. However, he considered Mr. Moloney so well and faVorably known that it was not really necessary for him to speak at ?all; he was on« of the. most highly respected members .in the House, and ? was always certain of an attentive ^ hearing. Mr. Moloney was a great j asset to. the Labor Party, and it would be nothing less than a. national cal- j amity if li...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. Moor, of Dunedoo, succeeds Mr. Millard as stationmaster at Gundagai. * ' ? ' ? Miss Madge Keane, Jugiong, won first prize for best lady rider at Cootamundra show. * * * The condition of Dr. Brown, of Tumut, who is receiving medical at tention in Sydney, is very much im proved. ? ? * Three patients admitted to the Hos pital yesterday — Mr. Walter Dixon (Jugiong) , Miss Dora Polsen and Miss Evelyn Craine. » ? ? Mr. A. Burnes, of the local Court House staff, resumed duty on Fri day last, after a holiday spent ait Mudgee. During his absence he was , relieved by Mr. Snellgrove. ' * ' *' * Mr. Bool, at present in charge at Temorai has been appoih^dVrailSvay; stationmaster here. ' ' - - ' * ♦ * ' The condition of Mrs. V. Edwards . (mother of Messrs W. and J. Ed wards), of South Gundagai, is causing her friends uneasiness, v ? ? ' ? Mr. 'Bluey' Freestone, . oi' Gun dagai railway goods-shed staff, leaves for his new appointment at Darling Harbor this week. -Mr. Bede O'Sul . ...

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