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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

GENERAL NEWS. At the recent art-union drawing of the Akarana (N.Z.) Yacht Club, C. Kavanagh, who was the only 'out- sider' present, agreed to pull out the marbles for the committee. The first marble he drew from the barrel was the number 14,858, which was the number on the ticket he sold. ? ? ? While the total exports of honey from Australia last year amounted to only 916 tons, New Zealand with a(n erea of not much mox-e 'than 1 100,000. square mil«j, exports 1107 tons, for which the average price of 4d. per lb. was obtained. * * * The recently-deceased Edwax-d R. S. Stafford was the first white child box-n at Melbourne. He 'ax-x-ived' in a humpy iii the centre of the town early in 1837 ; Melbourne was plann ed out and sold in blocks, by the way, only a few weeks previously. The Bishop of Sydney joux-neyed all the way from Port Jackson per buggy to christen Edward, whose father after wards became one of Melbourne's chief citizens.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

) ? * ? ; : clfocC Jyic^iQi. V ' THE. qualities which have gained for Chev ; rolet the place of the world's leader among low '? v pncud_ cars have been im proved — refined — aug mented ; all with the idea / i^jlbroviding greater value. The new Chevrolet is now offered as follows:— STANDARD p o A r. TOURER XdiKi'O STANDARD p Q /\ r ROADSTER ££\JU SPORTS f*QQ P ROADSTER £ZZO (with Dicky -calj ) TWO-DOOR p Ck Q r SEDAN XZOD FOUR DOOR f* O '0 r ' , SEDAN 3CO10 ? All Models are Equipped with 5 Balloon Tyres and Tubes WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR \j( / % $k-k ? ' ' - -C\r. ''V-'' ' , \ * ? vvj/ A STRONGER AND' LONGER ^CHASSIS . \ /|| 'PH.E wheel base has been increased ? FW&SSwSI i (M to 107 inches, two snubber plates WwJ^MwW'^m haxve been.addedrto;.eaclvsprtng:control-.-- . ?? mA ling the rebound and absorbing shocks. If ? Rinis are wider- and. the tyre size , has jm NSS }:-een increase.d- All these improve gfidmf: nients result' in a supreme roaO com fort and riding ease. AN. Ei S VIT...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

LATEST CITY NEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. Mr. Grayndler, general secretary of the A.W.U., says A.L.P. executive and the Labor Council would be bet ter employed canvassing on behalf of Labor in the Federal elections than issuing lying circulars to A.W.U. members. A man arrested by detectives last night, was charged with alleged im pudent frauds. It is said he re presented himself as an official of a Union, and promised certain un employed jobs, provided they paid Certain fees. Many did so,, and, later, discovered they had been duped. Wireless telephonic conversations i ? i_ 1 ? ? 1 — t*o_ tooK place last ueuvuscu ac presentatives of leading Sydney news papers and Java and New York. The conversations were heard clearly. It was announced that the conversation successfully heard clearly in Java and New York. Sergeant Jas. Russell was 'conveying a woman to the Central Police Sta tion last night, when he was knocked down by a motorist in Elizabeth St. Fortuately he escaped with a few abrasions. T...

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SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA. IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIttKltlMlltllllllllllllllMlllllllltlllllllKHIIIIItltllllllllllllllllMIIIIUIIHIIIIIIlll Left to Right: Captain Frank Hurley, Flying Officer Moir, Mechanic Owens, Mr. Maidment (Wright Whirlwind Co.), Mr. T.. E. Rofe, donor of! the Machine

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

I The doors and windows of private garages should be kept open when ever possible to give an out let to the exhaust gages from the engine of the cur. It is jnot perhaps generally known that cases of asphyxiation have occured with fatal results through the accumulation of these gases w' ilt a motorist has been engaged in the garage on some job or other.

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NANGUS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

NANGUS' T. Boyton, retired ? 61 M. Hill, b Gifford ? ? 24 A. Gittoes, b Austin ... .. .. 7 A. Chandler, b R. Cowled .... 8 J. Smith, b Austin ........ 7 L. Boyton, l.b.w., b Boyton .. 26 E . Boyton, c Hulm, b R. Cowled 5 M. Norris, run out . . ...... 7 A. Norris, not out ? ? ? 17 T. Mills, c Gifford, b R. Cowled 4 W. Boyton, c Gifford, b Boyton 9 Sundries ? 17 Total ? : . . . . 192 Bowling: Austin 2-2G; Trethowen 0-33; Gifford 1-24; W. Cowled 0-14, R. Cowled 3-45; Hulm 0-19; L. Cow led 0-G; A. Boyton 1-7; C. Boyton 1-9.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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CRICKET WEBB SHIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

CRICKET WEBB SHIELD Scores in cricket match, Nangus v Illabo played at Illabo on Sunday last. ILLABO. C. Boyton, l.b.w., b E. Boyton 4 W. Gifford, c substitute, b W. Boyton ? 7 W. Cowled, b E. Boyton .... 2 L. Cowled, b W. Boyton ..... 2 G. Austin, b E. Boyton ? 1 J. Boland, b E. Boyton .. .. 0 R. Cowled, b W. Boyton. .... 0 P. Boyton, c L. Boyton b W. Boyton ? ...... 6 W. Trethowen, c T. Boyton, b W. Boyton ? ? ? ????,- 1 A. Boyton, b E. Boyton ? 0 P. Hulm, not.o,ut ...... . . . . .10 Sundries ? ? 5 \ - ? l' Total ? ? 38. Bowling: E. Boyton 5-15, W. Boy ton 5-18.

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ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

ON THE LAND t Nangus Station, Gundagai, has been registered as a company -to be j known as 'The Nangus Pastoral Com pany, Ltd.' The nominal capital is £75. 000k in £1 shares. The com- , pany will cai-ry on the businesses of ? squatters, ' graziers, pastoralists, f&r- I mers, etc. Fii-st Directors: Joseph McKinney, Thomas G. McKinney, Stanley G. Shepherd. Registered office, Sydney. 9 9 9 Sheep in ti-ansit: 2500 sheep pas sed through Gundagai, Thursday, en route from Forbes to Juneebar, near Tumut. Boyd Thompson, ownei-, W. Ponting- in charge. A Gundagai man is said to be able to determine the sex of a fowl, when 1 it is in the egg stage. If he can, so a distinct poultry expert has it, nis fortune is as good as made — he can do something no scientist has yet been able to accomplish. * * * 'Claris Park,' (Mr. J. J. Quilter's) began shearing on September 10, concluding on Thursday, October 11 (four weeks and four days), and put throught 15,134 sheep. The top to tal for a day sho...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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BULL BUTTS BRICK WALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

BULL BUTTS BRICK WALL. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Mr. Bull has been so long replying that we might be pardoned for thinking that perhaps he sent to Russia for assistance. And now that the reply has come there is not one j argument in it. He simply makes wild, sweeping statements with noth ing to support them. He indulges in plenty of abuse, but that was only to be expected. The facts and figui-es in my last letter are official, and stand unre fiuted; for the simple reason that they cannot be refuted. \ The question of the withdrawal of candidates was introduced by Mi\ Bull himself; so he has only himself to blame if he and his friends are aggrieved at the suggestion that the one to withdraw (if any) should be Mr. Moloney. In ? regard to Mr. Fleming-. His repute as a politican and a deputy leader stands high above that of Mr. Moloney. All the latter has been able to do was to retain his seat, and for that the electors are respon sible rather than Mr. Moloney. Mr. Fleming also retained h...

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POLITICAL PIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

POLITICAL PIPS ?iiiiitimiiiimiiimiiiiiiittiimimmiiiiUHtmiuiiiimiiiniiMM i Jack Garry held a good meeting at Muttama on Saturday afternoon, and he addressed a well-attended meet ing at Coolac at night: 1 # * * Mr. Lazzarini, M.P., owing to ill ness, will be unable to fulfil his elec tion engagements in this district in support of Mr. Parker Moloney. , m ? ??*?. ' * Jack Garry took a ' three days' spell from political compaigning, last week, and, getting into dungarees, went sheep dipping. He, says it was easy work compared with going round electioneering. * . ? » Mr. Parker Moloney is 'himself again.' He is on . the political war path, and will speak at Gundagai on Saturday, November 10th. Mr! Theodore at Gundagai on Sat urday, said that Fleming was 'de- ficient in honor and integrity.' He further said if Fleming- could not win on his merits he was 'not a fit man to represent the Hume.' Mr. Theodore said nothing about Garry, but, in the tail end of his speech, he advised Labor voters...

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

OBITUARY Passed away at her home at South Gundagai yesterday, Mrs. V. Ed- j wards, relict of the Jate Mr. W. C. Edwax-ds. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Davis, South Gun dagai, deceased had been a life-long resident of South Gundagai. For the past 12 months she had been ailing, , but her case was hopeless. The sur viving members of the family are Messrs William George and John Albert Edwards, and Misses Jessie Eileen and Kathleen Mary Edwards. Deceased's four brothers are^ Messrs Mark, John, William and Robert Davis, and the sisters are Mrs. Thos. Coggan, Jugiong, and Mrs. W. O'Dwy en, Tumut. One of deceased's sisters, Mrs. John Parker, of Wyalong, was killed in the Exetor railway smash, a few years back. Mr. J. Parker, of 'Wyalong Advocate,' is a nephew of deceased, and , the late Mrs. P. Walsh, of South Gundagai, was a sister. Deceased's husband, died about four years ago — he will be re membered as a vigorous Shire Coun ciller, and a promineilt man in public affairs, j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

Save j Money BY SH®PP§M€S AT STRIBLEY'S GUNDAGAI'S KEENEST BUYERS ALL SHOP AT STRIBLEY'S ] FUGI , AN EXCEPTIONALLY GGOD QUALITY ALL-SILK FUGI, 'KANEBO' MAKE. A most Dependable Silk for Frocks or Underwear. 29 inches wide. In ✓ natural only. STRIBLEY'S PRICE, 3/3 yard. . ? ' \* COLORED FUGI I 29 inches wide COLORED ALL-SILK FUGI. A Silk that can be Recom- j mended for Washing and Weariing. j PLAIN COLORS, 2/6 YARD; NATURAL 2/3 YARD. j a ? . i ~ FUGI SILK BLOOMERS QUALITY AND VALUE UNSURPASSED ANYWHERE. IN NATURAL SHADE, COMFORTABLE SHAPE, ELASTIC AT WAIST AND KNEES. WOMEN'S SIZE STRIBLEY'S PRICE 4/6 PAIR. KAYSER HOSE ? V STRIBLEY'S' ARE CARRYING LARGE STOCKS OF THIS FAMOUS HOSIERY. ALL NEW SEASONS SHADES, 10/li, 13/11 17/6 PAIR. . v SUMMER COATS OF CHARM POSITIVELY THE MOST USEFUL GARMENT OF MADAM'S SUMMER WARDROBE. FRILLS, FLARES AND PLEATS DELIGHTFULLY STYLED ARE FEATURED IN OUR SHOWING. BIEGE,' NAVY AND BLACK ARE THE CORRECT COLORS. THEY FIT FOR SURE— NO MATTER WHAT FIGURE. PRICES...

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BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS AT C. E. FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS, I at C. E. FLOWER SHOW. The interior of St. John's Hall presents a wonderful transformation scene this afternoon, as the result of the efforts of the . stall-holders and competitors in connection with the annual C. E. Flower Show and Bazaar, which continues to-night and to-morrow (Friday) night. The var ious stalls have been tastefully dec orated, and when the Show opened at 3. o'clock this afternoon the large crowd present were unanimous in their admiration of the splendid dis play of exquisite blooms', ranging from the glowingly gorgeous var iegated pansies to the regal lillies and aesthetically beautiful roses. However, no adjectives could ad equately describe the loveliness of this fine show, where iceiana ana omiiey poppies make a riot of coloi along side the paler prettiness of the dainty Aquilegia, and the rich sweetness of old-fashioned gardens comes from geraniums, lupins, sweet peas, petu nias,- antirrhinums, and a score of others that ravish the eye, and...

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YET WE COMPLAIN MOTOR BUYING UNDER DIFFICULTIES. BOLIVIAN DELIVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

YET WE COMPLAIN MOTOR BUYING UNDER DIFFICULTIES. BOLIVIAN DELIVERIES. How often have you met the man with £500 or £600 to spend on a car, complaining of the difficulty he has to make his selection, You ht.ve met him in Sydney, even, complain ing of the delay in delivery of some popular make on which he has dicid- j ed eventually. Yet, in most countries, when iv motoi-ist wants to buy a new car, he simply goes to the showroom, picks out his car and drives it home. But down in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, buying a car is £? far more complicated affair. An interesting example of the high ly involved process i-equix-ed to de liver cars to some out of the way corners of the world is brought to light in the circumstances surround ing a recent shipment of Studebakers to Santa Cruz. Ten Studeba^er cars were put aboard freight cars bound for New i ox'K. At i\ew iovk mey wei-e shipped on a South American steamer to Buenos Aires. There they were transferred to river' boats and taken up to...

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CHURCH CHATTER CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

CHURCH CHATTER CATHOLIC. A Mission open in St. Patrick's Catholic Church on Sunday next. ? » ? Rev. Father Whelan, the eloquent ? Redemptorist preacher, is down at Pambula, helping Rev. Father Lehane (formerly of Gundagai), in a Mission extending from Nov. 1st to 25th. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Bishop Radford is to visit Gundagai the second week in December. Our one-time C.C. Rector, Rev. W. S. McLeod, is relieving at Bodalla and Moruya. 9 9 m We are asking for a capable leader to take charge. The boys roll up every Monday night. Will some member of the congregation come forward and put this movement on a sound footing, and keep it going. * * * The Tuesday morning children's service, one of the fruits of the Home Mission Festival, is quite an estab lished thing. It is very helpful to see so many attending at St. James', South Gundagai. * ffi * Christ Church, Jugiong, remember ed one of its heroes, Albert James Sharman, at the Holy Communion on October 7. The nreuonderence of men at that ser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

during Tournament pUy, when stamina a.td skill are two ~-Sy&& °' '^e ch-ef attributes to sue C,M' y°u wiU find kinkara ' VO® the safest refresher to preserve ^1 8 c'ear eye *nd steady nerve. Ladies should collect Kinkara labels in conjunction with rN \ 'Mother's Choice' Flour !T c^*'~ ' ' HSj Coupons, so as to obtain a use- A -Sp1 *u' Pp®,ent 'n half the time. |f J ~ §Pj^MM SHOWROOM: \1 I-, 4 rvmj 99 BATHURST ST., SYDNEY ll j £?0^~==y (Qpp Cathedral) B Knox's S^rup of Hj-popKc R.'R, KNOX GUNDAGAI * f Get Rid of that T ired jjj 7. Run Down Feeling |: / Do not neglect Nature's & I Warning that something is gj f needed to repair the waste jjj tissues. Serious illness map % ? follow if you do not talcs »; C treatment in time. ou ^Jill q realize a new energy, a nn? ^ jjj Y joy of living and experience perfect heaHh after taking § spKites. A bottle is onl^- 3 /» M.P.S. Ph.C., CHEMIST - AND OPTICIAN Phone 32 ^ to a turn and guaranteed 1 Ph°QUNDAQAI J§ NEW INTEREST R...

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

FOOTBALL Junee Football Club has a credit of £160/9/4. When the season com menced the club's credit was only 7/6. Special donations amounted to £110. Previously Junee commanded little respect from other teams; but, during the season just ended, the team performed admirably. An lion- j orarium of £50 has been made to ? Mr. C. Carther, who has been secret- ; ary during the past four years.

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Fatal Bondage CHAPTER XIX. JIM'S INTEREST IS AUGMENTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

HHBBHHBaHE8B3E0EiaBSEaBB5EIEESaHaEI m«m0UR SERIAL ST0RY^«* 1fhe Fatal I Bondage I CHAPTER XIX. j JIM'S INTEREST IS AUGMENTED. I 'Commit a crime,' writes Emerson | 'and the earth is made of glass. ,-j There is no such thing as conceal- ? ment. | Compelled-, by Miss Chenoweth's discovery of her nocturnal v.'andev- j ings to withdraw trom reiiaowet, ai. the same time wondering if her nerves would have proved equal to continu ed residence in a place wherein such horrors had been enacted, Adeline, casting about her mind for a haven of refuge where no suspicion of her marriage to Guy Winstanley could possibly trouble her peace, thought of her cousin Bella and Jim Variney as the last persons in' the world likely to have ever heard the name of the unfortunate man whose boyish love for a heartless woman had cost him so dearly. Why should they, have heard it? His trial and conviction were so prosaic as to receive scant attention at the hands of the reporters while exciting and notorious 'caus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

! THE NAME ' j 'VICTOR' on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itself the most reliable and dependable piano in Australia. 1 WRITE FOR CATALOGUES ] SOLD ON EASY TERMS PALING'S | 338 GEORGE STREET PERCY JOYCE. LOCAL SELLING AGENT. 'I Ik^tpt'Ptdkfkk ' Custard (C ' ^ Made in a moment, it's smooth ? creaminess and refinement of ^ flavor, combine in providing a dish which is always the same — I always temptingly delicious — always welcome. V'#'*' * |l| , ^ Served with fresh stewed, or preser ved fruit, it makes a ^Tyhz/^ still more wholesome, more easily & digested and nourishing dish, c-28 | e Sef I | ^hde i/s name & Aepf i'/s jQ/ne- i I Since 1355. I | | 3rewed &nd baft led Jfry 1 1 Ja TOOTIfcl?!? H Kenrf Brewery Sydney. . * A^jfotandsoine and valuable Sni|jri*Miete The Proprietors of Aunt Mary's Baking Powder now announce a new Prize Scheme to take the place of the usual £100 in Cash Prizes distributed once a year. Now you can send in 50 lids from ...

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SOCIAL and PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 1 November 1928

SOCIAL and PERSONAL   Miss Eily Hiscock, of Junee, had a fine 21st birthday. When she came of age Dad presented her with a valu able block of land, and then she whispered the news of her engage ment to Cliff, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Coates, of Bankstown The bride to be is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Hiscock, of Junee » * * AN EVENING WEDDING. The first wedding at 6 p.m. yester night to be celebrated in St. Peter's Church, Coolac, was that of Miss Mollie Sullivan, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Sulli van 'Valley Vista,' Coolac, to Mr. Pat. Bristow of the Bank of New South Wales, Eugowra. The bride, j entering the Church on her brother Peter's arm, looked sweetly pretty in a Old World frock of white satin, white tulle frills, studded with Rhine stones and pearls. Her long cut tulip veil formed the train and was fastened with a wreath of tiny orange blossoms — She carried an ivory pray er book with streamers of blue and white and the ti...

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