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MISS BRIGDEN'S PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

MISS BRIGDEN'S PUPILS. The annual examination of Miss Amy Brigderi's pupils took place .at St. John's Hall on October 18th in pianoforte (practical), the examiners being Messrs Lindley Evans and M jfiorent rioogstoei, 01 tne state uon servatoriuni. Miss Bridgen had pre pared nine pupils for the examination', all of whom passed, as follows : ? Grade 5 (highest), Gwen Marshall, (honors), Edith Vincent (credit),: May Grubb (credit), . Ivy Manns (credit), Arthur Lindley (credit). Grade 6. Beth Finley (honors), Elizabeth Nelson (credit), Mavis Joyce (pass), Jack Lindley (pass).

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

TOWN TOPICS ? ? ? ??niittitiiiiiiiiiiuiiuuiitiiiiinflMiMii We are three points short of two inches of rain for October. * ? » The Murrumbidgee at Gundagai is 6ft. lOin. above summer level. ' Muttama 'Sports have been post poned from November ,7th to Nov ember 14th. .The probra,mme appears in our advt feolumns. * .* * Under the amended District Court | rules, the C.P.S. office at Gundagai will, in future, be opened at 9.30 a.m., instead of 10 a.m. * * * Snakes are out visiting. Last week Mr. A. Dempsey killed his first snake of the season, and, out at Jackalas, Mr. Albert^ Smith's champion snake killing dog, notched two kills. * * * Mr. Deuchatel, the Nationalist or ganiser, has arranged for Hospital dances to be held in Coolac Hall to night (Monday) and in Tumblong Hall, Wednesday, after Mr. J. Garry's meetings at those centres. '* ♦' The annual Bursary exams were ;:held last Friday. ' Pupils from various .district Schools sat foi* the exam at Gundagai, held, at the public school, u...

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EXAM RESULTS STATE CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

EXAM RESULTS STATE CONSERVATORIUM OF j MUSIC. Messrs Lindley Evans and Florent Hoogstoel were the examiners who represented the Conserva.torium of Music at the local Convent recently. All the candidates were successful,. I the following being the results: — Piano. Grade 2, Marie Ryan (honors). Grade 3, Peggy Ryan (credit), Kath leen Sullivan. Grade 4, Celia. Car berry (credit), Kath Luff (credit), Edna Potter, Sth. Gundagai, (credit) Carmel Sullivan. Grade 5, Valda Owen (credit), Joan Gai'diner, Rene Hourn, Evelyn Cryer.' ' Grade 6, Nicholas Carberry (credit). Violin.- — Grade 5, Peggy Ryan (honors), Valda Owen. Grade 6, Celia Carberry (honors). A TALENTED. MUSICIAN. Besides getting a glowing-' report from the two .examiners, Marie Ryan was congratulated- on , her i excellent technique, even though she is only 12 years of age. Only recently she gained second place in the piano solo championship for lS years and under, at the Wagga Eisteddfod. The ad judicator, Mr. Bennett North, sai...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

THE TURF ^ Euphony ig' weighed at 7.7 -in the' J. D. Gold Cup, of £1000; 7 furlongs, to be run at Victoria Park on Nov ember -24th. Green Bird, 10.2, is top weight. : * * * Southern sports will miss the late Dr. Brennan. He loved a good horse race, 'and at one time was president of both the Coota. Race Club and the Picnic Race Club. Besides, he was j a great golf lover, and' helped to I found the Cootamundra Golf Club. * * * James Melrose, the G.O.M. of the English turf; celebrated his 100th.. birthday at his home in Yorkshire last August. ' At the function the King and Queen were both present. The old chap, who is still hale and hearty, has not missed the annual races ,:in the city of York since 1838, when he was a lad of ten years old.

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

* - ' ; I J 8 DIRECTION: .. .. ? ? ? .... ? . H. BOUNADER WEDNESDAY^ 0©T„ 31 It starts with a laugh arid ends with a lover's blissful kiss — but, ohl what a lot pappens in between. That's , 'QUALITY STREET' - with MARION DA VIES and CONRAD NAGEL. ' A gay, glowing, 'glamor ous screen production of Barrie's great play, with Marion Davie's iri: truly „ superb portrayal. . . « ' ^ ADDITIONAL FEATURE:— RICHARD TALMADGE in ' . ' DOUBLING WITH DANGER' See Richard at his bouncing' best- — a story packed to the brim with fur ious action and desperate feats of skill A tale of' mystery and suspense through which the inimitable Dick flashes like lightning. MAX DAVIDSON, tlfe Jewish comedian in 'The Call of Cuckoo' If it hurts you to laugh, stay away. -. , M.G.M. NEWS, AND NEW ZEALAND SCENIC. , . / SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, GUY NE WALL, in 'THE GHOST' TRAIN;' also MONTL BLUE and PATSY RUTH MILLER 'in 'SO 'THIS IS PARIS.' ... _ ., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7, WILLIAM' BOYD '. (star ':of The Volga Boatman)- ...

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

® 19 s ?*aa' ^ jl Tailored bulls Quality . » PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS — SUP PERIOR WORKMANSHIP FAULTLESS FABRICS. SERVICEABLE TWEED. SUITS, fit and satis ! faction guaranteed, from £5. BLUE TWILL SUITS, Color Warranted Fast, from £5 1 2s 6d. POPULAR FANCY WORSTEDS, in Latest Colorings. The Smartest Suits in Townirom £6 6s Place Your Order Here and SAVE MONEY WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION/ S. MHH0NEY, Gundaaai WE ARE BUYERS FOR EXPORT, NOT DEALERS— v RABB1TSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, Etc. SPOT CASH RULING. MARKET RATES. LORRY RUNNING REGULARLY GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING ELSEWHERF IT WILL PAY YOU. __ ? TH0S. W. GREEN~and ' ?, * The Big Skin Exporters. ... WHY SO MANY PEOPLE COME TO- US FOR GROCERIES THE REASON IS— Because THEY KNOW that Everything PURCHASED HFRF IS ? RELIABLE SATISFIED CUSTOMERS have made our Business. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? IF NOT— WHY NOT GIVE US A TRIAL? , LESBERG BROS. V ; '' - ? ' '

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

ALEX LLOYD. HAVING TAKEN OVER THE CRITERION HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC. , THE BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS. A SPLENDID DINING TABLE! HOT AND COLD BATHS! MOTOR GARAGE AND STABLING! TOURISTS CATERED FOR! A. LLOYD, ii. — ? '' Send all your Car Troubles to Butcher's Garage, at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Cars, Graham Bros. Trucks, Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. WOOL CRUTCHINGS. We have direct outlet for unlimited quantity crutchings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. zisisFSfsisfSJSfSfSfsrsjsisrsr3JSJSfsr3i3J5fsrsi3Ei3' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co, Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101. i^New All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Receiver Operated from the Slectric Light or potuer socket. KO BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artistic and pleasing in appearance, and houses...

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STATE OF RESERVES SOME HAVE GRASS—SOME HAVE RABBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

STATE OF RESERVES SOME HAVE GRASS— SOME HAVE RABBITS Reporting to Gundagai P.P. Board, last week, on state of reserves in this area, Assistant Rabbit Inspector Palmer wrote: — Long Waterhole Reserve. — Feed; good; odd l-abbits in evidence on hill portion. Limekil-n. — Feed giood. S-tiH rabbits in wood. 'Wambidgee. — Feed good. No rab bits seen. Harpley's. — Fair feed. No rabbits seen. I Coolac.— No rabbits seen. .. . ! Gobarralong- Bridge. — Some rab bits in culverts on roads. Enclosed - portion O.K. Adjungbilly Road (2). — Feed good. ^ No rabbits. * . - ? Five-Mile. — No feed. Odd rabbits in evidence. Cooper's. — Good feed. No rabbits. Stoney Creek. — Some rabbits along creek; now being cleaned up. ^ Cookamaroo. — Good feed. No -rab- bits. ' 1 - Wagra. — Good feed. No rabbits. Nangus. — -Good feed. No, rabbits. Gate into Boyton's lane continually left open. Billabong. — Good feed. No rab bits

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

THE MARKETS Iat homebush to-day! Ill THE SHEEP MARKET. ||| Jj| Sheep at noon to-day were jjjj ft firm at noon sales. v CATTLE '/ALUES. . ™ II ? ? 1 Values for primes cattle were II 20/- better jit noop. sales. || III MAiZ£s \yVI,UES. [1 I]] The price of reiaize in Sydney ||| is 3/10 io t'-. y. awanwimmr Tr-vt-r^TraaE | vaWt'r.Tf'Vri»,aa''M^— ? ? . ? Y/OOlJkROWERS ? Please nou- Tho.--. Leitch, wool buyer, and Representative of large local and foi&gn wool interests, is prepared to buy clips large or small on a strictly cash basis in the shed at full market values. Liberal ad vances, sworn weights, prompt set tlements. Quick returns. Growers desirous of offering wool in the shed, please give early intimation of shear ing date thus enabling Mr. Leitch to inspect promptly W. E. KYLE & CO. W E. KYLE & CO., AUCTIONEERS .STOCK, STATION, LAND, FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, v GUNDAGAI. Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Acci...

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

ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW AND BAZAAR. ST. JOHN'S HALL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT; Opening Ceremony, 3 p.m. Entries close, Wednesday, 3 p.m. Stalls — -Refreshments — Musica.1 Items — Amusements for All. Cookery Competition — Iced or Un-, iced Chocolate Sandwich; prize, 61b. packet Bushell's Tea. REV. S. G. DAVIS, Hon. Sec. for Flower Show. GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL Electricity Consumers are hereby reminded of the Council's -regulation that for failure to pay the Electrici ty Accounts on or before 31st. inst., j services will be DISCONNECTED on j Thursday, 1st November next, and fee ! of 5/- chax-ged for reconnection. , A. J. BROWNING, j Shire Clerk. I GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL ! Applications closing on Thursday, 8th November next, are hereby in vited for position of POUND KEEP ER at South Gundagai. Full pax ticulars may be obtained on applica- j tion at this office. A. J. BROWNING, ! Shire Clerk. ' GRAND SPORTS! Muttama Recreation Reserve. MUTTAMA Postponed from November 7th to WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ...

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TUMUT MAN'S TORTURE. RECEIVES 33,000 VOLTS THROUGH BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

TUMUT MAN'S TORTURE. I RECEIVES: ,33,000 VOLTS THROUGH BODY. Mr. Mervyn Crampton, aged 30, son .of Mr. Sid Crampton, butcher, Tumut, is lying in a critical condition in Western Suburbs Hospital, Sydney. Mervyn who has been residing at Belmore since he left Tumut, was working as a carpenter at the elec tric sub-station at Homebush, on Thursday, .when he touched a liVe wire. The shock was so terrific that he was hux-led several feet in the air. When the Western Suburbs am bulance arrived on the' scene Cram pton was in frightful agony, and three men were needed to hold him.

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MRS. SMITH LEAVES HOME FLYING MAN'S MATE LIKES ANOTHER MAN [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

MRS. SMITH LEAVES HOME FLYING MAN'S MATE LlkES ANOTHER MAN Mr. Justice James, in the Divorce Court, on Friady, graiited . a.' decree nisi to Squadron-Leader Kingsford Smith, for the dissolution 6f his mar riage with Eileen Kiiigsford-Smith, j formly Corboy, on the ground of .desertion. ' i ' : ? Th-i. parties were married. in^West* Austral'?, in June, 1923. ~ At the outset of ' the ease at was 'stated that when the divorce papers: ? were served , on the 'respondent,, she remarked: 'I am iglad this is going to be brought to a finality. I read in the papers that Charles was taking divorce proceedings against me. We have riot lived together, for more than, three years. I have no objection to signing that statement as long as the ground is for desertion only.' Charles Edward Kirigsford-Smith said he was a squadron-leader at Mai ble' Bar, W.A, His father was bank manager. Petitioner said he went to the war in Feburary, 1915. There iTToc «v.;iri +v.« n,™ | Petitioner said he noticed that ...

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

ON THE LAND imitiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiimiiiiiiiimi Still we have the 'jumble weather.' At 10 a.m. on Friday last the ther mometer was at 87 ; at 6 p.m. it was down to 57. In the intervening hours we had 11 points of rain. « ? ' Last March a local sheepowner, ask ed 16/- per head for a line of 1000 wethers, but could fiind no buyers. He kept the sheep, and estimates they cut him £1 worth of wool per head, and last week sold them at the original price. As he had 'grass to burn' for ;the past six months, he estimates he has. cleai'ed £1000 by not being able to secure a March buyer. * * * Sold at Hoxxxebush last Thursday: — Ac S. F. Wilson and Co., Tumblong, 10 x bred suckers at 21/11, 67 do at 21 /7. 43 do at 21/4. 20 ewes at 1/67, 35 do 16/4, 14 do 16/2, 45 do at 13/10. Ac N. Smart, Gundagai, w skrs at 16/4, 41 at 15/7. The Springs clip from Mr. T. S. Elrington, Jindalee, offered at Win chombe, Carson's Sydney auction last 11Y-. ell AW1T1 fT A OOTl YY CUUCdUaj U^CllCU ...

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IN WIDER DEMAND EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL SILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

IN WIDER DEMAND EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL SILK. Winchombe, Carson Ltd., report: — Confidence has replaced nervousness on the wool market and latterly, com petition has embraced buyers flrom all quarters. Yorkshire millmen who were very hesitant operators early in the season are now bidding with more freedom and latent mail re ports indicate that improvement is likely to be registered in business in fabrics and tops in the United King dom. The improved demand experienced generally confirms the opinion pre viously expressed that the sheep's staple is likely to be readily absorb ed this season. The quietness of in quiry a few week's ago was not due to a falling off in the world's require ments. It was a question of price. There is ample trade to be done at certain figures but beyond that level it has been found impossible to get turnover in full volume. That is one phase of the textile and hosiery trade where artificial silk has an advantage over wool. The quantity of the sheep's staple av...

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CHURCH CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

CHURCH CHATTER The Feast of thfe Kingship of Christ was celebrated at the Catholic Church Adelong, yesterday, with special sol emnity. The celebration began with Mass at 10 o'clock. After Mass the Blessed Sacrament was exposed for adoration until the procession in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. The proces sion was held in the church grounds, where Benediction was given at an altar erected in the open air. The procession was 'then reformed and returned to the church, where the function concluded with the Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart.

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CRICKET BRUNGLE v. GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

CRICKET BRUNGLE v. GUNDAGAV Brungle played a return match with Gundagai Cricket Club yester day, on the latter's ground. The game again proved an exciting con test. In their second innings, Gun dagai required sz runs lo win, «-nu had to score them in 50 minutes, E. Bounader and V. Freestone made merry, and ran close to Brungle's grand total before 'Bluey' was bowl ed. Then the local batsmen let forth cricket 'fireworks,' and ran past Brungle's score right on time. 100 runs being put up in 50 minutes,, and the last- 25 in 5 minutes. The following are the scores: — BRUNGLE 1st INNINGS. W. Tonkin, run out ...... ... ? 0 W. Podham, c Lowick, b Wilson 6 C. Quirk, b Miller' ....... 0 A. Phillips, b Wilson . . .: ? 35 J. Hartshorn, run out, .. .. . . 0. P. Freeman, b Miller . . : ... 2 C. Morris b Wilson .... .... '6 A. Hartshorn, b Wilson . . .... - 0 G, Hartley, not out . . 2\ L. Price, c Wilson, b Miller . - 1 i R. Crane, c Bounader, b ' Miller 0 Sundries .......... 9 Total . . ...... ....

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

obituary; o Miss Jcdi%.i..^Leb4- oil Gurtdagai branch of N.S. W. . Bank, received word on Thursday of the sudden death of her father, Mr. ' Arthur Mcleod, of Cowra. After lunch .de ceased complained of a pain . in his right arm, and,.'- !being . taken home, collapsed and died. Deceased was born 64 years ago at Roslyn, near Goulburn, and left there as a young man for Cowra, where he has been for close on half a century. He mar ried Miss Hannah Moore, of Cowra, on the 12th August, 1896. There were six children of the marriage. During the early part of his career he was in, business with his father as a coachbuilder and blacksmith in. Cowra, but later took to farming pur suits at ismni ureeK. adoue zz years ago he went to live in Cowra and held at varipus times positions of valuer to the Shire Council and to the Municipality of Cowra. Later he went into business as an estate agent with Messrs Peisley and Co., and was with this firm till his death. The passing of Dr. Brennan, at St. Vin...

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IT FELT JUST THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

IT FELT JUST THE SAME. , 'Why were yer so bloomin' nice to 'im after he knocked yer down t' ' 'Well, I wouldna been, only I thought I i c as 'ome with the missus.' (By permission of 'The Bulletin.')

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BOY'S TOUR DURING XMAS VACATION [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

BOY'S TOUR ! DURING XMAS VACATION j There are only a few vacancies available in the party which the YOUNG AUSTRALIA LEAGUE is organising to visit Canberra, Mel bourne, Ballarat and Geelong, during, the. Christmas vacation. Boys who desire to be included in xne party snouid maKe immediate application as the number is :limited, and preference in selection is given to those who apply earliest. Parents interested in the proposal may be assured that their boys will travel under careful guidance. The League has already conducted 50 tours, involving 9,000 boys. From this long experience a system of care and control has been evolved which gives the maximum security. There has not been a serious accident or (fatality to mar 'the pleasure of any 1 tour. 1 While in the various towns the boys will make visits . of inspection ; to the chief industrial undertakings, such as motor worlcs, confectionery j factories, woollen mills, the famous beauty spots, Historical sites and public buildings will ...

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Fighting the Rabbit INSPECTORS SAY MAJORITY OF LANDHOLDERS DOING GOOD WORK But There Are Some Dirty Spots In The District [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 29 October 1928

Fighting the Rabbit INSPECTORS SAY MAJORITY OF LAND HOLDERS DOING GOOD WORK               But There Are Some Dirty Spots In The District In his report to Gundagai P.P. Board, last week, Rabbit Inspector Palmer had this to say about hold- ings he had inspected during the month: — Estate W. .Barton, South Gundagai 300 acres — Still some rabbits along creek; digging out has been carried out, and one paddock now practically clean. J. A. Mclnerney, Moreton Park, 750 acres — Still a fair number of rabbits. Since last visit digging has been carried out; good work done; still fair amount of work to be cax*ried out. C. J. Nicholls, Stoney Creek, 300 acres. — Odd rabbits in evidence; all been recently gone over. Lindley Bros, (portion known as Wood's): — Some rabbits seen on one end; men still working on this area, Jas. Boyton, Cookamaroo, 60 acres. No rabbits seen. Fred Brooke, Cookamaroo. — No rabbits...

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