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THE TURF WINNERS OF THE MELBOURNE CUP SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 1861. (By "Mug Gunnr") [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

THE TURF I WINNERS OF THE MELBOURNE | CUP SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 1861. | (By 'Mug Gunner'.) 1861 — De Mestre's Archer. 1862 — De Mestre's Archer. 1863 — Harper's Banker. 1864 — Fisher's Lantern. (Won Der by also). 1865 — Moffat's Troyboy. 1866 — Tait's Barb. 1867 — De Mestre's Tim Whiffler. 1868 — Tait's Glencoe. 1869 — Saqui's Warrior. 1870 — Craig's Nimblefoot. 1871 — Tait's Pearl (100 to 1). 1872 — Tait's The Quack. 1873 — Johnstone's Harricot. 1874 — Chirnside's Haricot. 1875 — Cleeland's Wollomai. 1876 — Wilson's Brisies. (Won Der by also.) 1877 — White's Chester. (Won Der by also). 1878 — De Mestre's Calamia. 1879 — Lang's Darriwell. 1880 — Lang's Grand Flaneur. (Won Derby also) 1881 — Marshall's Zulu. (100 to 1). 1882 — Gannon's Arsenal. 1883 — White's Martini-Henri. (Won Derby also). 1884 — Inglis' Malua. 1885 — Loughlin's Sheet Anchor. 1886 — Gannon's Arsenal. 1887 — Ryan's Dunlop. 1888 — Wallace's Mentor. 1889 — Jones' Bravo. (10 to 1). 1890 — Wallace's Carbine (4 to 1). 1...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent, The
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OBITUARY MR. M. BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

OBITUARY MR. M. BOURKE. On 31st, aiter a brief illness, there passed away at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Cootamundra, Mi*. Michael Bourke, late of Eurongilly, Junee, at the age of 88. Deceased was born in Ireland, and came to Aust ralia with his parents at a very early aere. and was one of the old pioneers of the Gundagai district. Mr. Bourke was. predeceased by his wife some eight years ago. He is survived by a grown up family of four sons and three daughters: — John, of 'Rose Green,' Tullibigal; David, of Junee; Thomas, of Coolamon; and Neil G. 9f 'Hillview,' Old Junee; Sister M. Paul, of Yass Convent; Margaret and Mary, of Mosman, Sydney. A son, William, was killed in France. A brother, Mr. John Bourke of 'Cooba,' Junee, and two sisters, Mrs. Collins, Cooba, and Sister M. Margaret, of the Good Samaritan Convent, No\vra, also survive. The cortege moved from the R.C. Church, Cootamundra, the remains being interred in the family burial ground in the R.C. cem etery Cooba, in the prese...

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MOTOR ACCIDENT MR. CHAS. DALEY INJURED. MISS NATTRESS MAKES A SMART SWERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

MOTOR ACCIDENT ?iiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimimmiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MR. CHAS. DALEY INJURED. MISS NATTRESS MAKES A SMART SWERVE. Saturday afternoon last, about 2 o'clock, when Miss Kathleen Nattress (19), of Nangus, was driving a Chev rolet car down the steep, asphalted J side-entrance lane at Irwin's garage, the brakes failed to act, and the car shot down the incline at a great speed. Mr. Charles Daley, of Nangus, stayed on the footboard in a plucky at tempt to assist in applying the brakes; but his intrepid act brought him disaster, for he was crashed heavily into a doorpost, and, after attention by Dr. Byrne, was taken to the Hospital suffering concussion and other lesser injuries. Miss Nat- | tress kept her head in a most praise- j worthy manner, and cleverly steered the racing car past the corner of a heavy motor truck, and brought the ? j.- - -f ? J _j.:n ? ? ? j. _ x ? ecu iu a sicuiu bum ugcuusu a. tree a little further on. The cornor of the motor truck damaged the ...

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The Coo of the Dove SAYS HE GAVE NO RING OR WINE TO A GIRL. A MIDNIGHT HAPPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

The Coo of the Dove SAYS HE GAVE NO RING OR WINE TO A GIRL. A MIDNIGHT HAPPENING. At Gundagai police court, on Fri day afternoon, a 'tvani-c ;? named Henry Frederick Dove, w;-; charged with, supplying intoxicating liquor to aboriginals. Mr. Dodds appeared i'ov the defen dant, who pleaded nqA- guilty. Constable John K^-ugton depos ed: About 12 noon t^o-daj, after be ing told something I Ww defendant walking across the street near Boun ader's shop. I caught \)^Lto him and said, 'Where are youi^Bmped.' He said, 'Across the othe^^ide of the river.' I said, 'What were you runing about for last night shout ing out 'police'.' He said 'I was assaulted on the bridge by three or four fellows.' I said 'What time was this?' He said, 'Ten or a little after. I said, 'What did they assault you for?' He said, 'I don't know; I was walking across the bridge home.' I said, 'Did you find the police?' He said, 'No.' I said 'Did you notify them this morn ing?'' He said 'No.' I said 'Why didn't you?' He s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 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 and comfor table. The stock is resplendent with al sorts and kinds of Delicacies — Choicest Fruits and Confectionery, . and out of the Fountains: — Delicious EATS AND DRINKS. Between the hours of 8 and 12 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. W. E. KYLE & CO. AUCTIONEERS ;STOCK, STATION, LAND, FINANCIAL & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. Insurance Agencies COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Accident. SOUTH BRITISH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

THE INDEPENDENT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1 1,928.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

Important Clearing Sale BY AUCTION AT BRUNGLE CREEK. DAIRY HERD & PLANT, HORSES, SHEEP, ETC. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7th. At 1 O'Cleck Sharp. SHARP & ARCHER, Tumut, and W. E. KYLE & CO., Gundagai, (Auctioneers in conjunction) have received instructions from E. W. MYERS, Esq. (who has leased his Property) to sell by Public Auction ' on the above date on his property, Brungle Creek, The whole of his STOCK and PLANT, comprising: — CATTLE.— 35 Cows, in full milk. 5 Springers, to calve November. 8 2-yr. old Jersey Heifers, in calf. 3 1 i-yr. old Jersey Heifers, in calf 14 Poddies. 1 Milking Shorthorn Bull, li yrs. HORSES.— 1 Spring Cart Mare, 3 years. 2 Draught Fillies, 2 years. 2 Draught Yearlings. 1 Light Gelding, 2 years. 1 Pony Mare, 3 years. - PIGS.— 1 Middle Yorkshire Boar, 2 years. 1 Brood Sow (in pig) 1 Porker. SHEEP.— 80 4-Tooth Wethers, shorn Sept. Fat. PLANT.— 1 F'ord Car, in good order, 4 new tyres. 1.4 Unit Ridd Milking Plant, in good order. 1-82 Gal. Pera Se...

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TOWN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

TOWN TOPICS More interest in Gundagai over the Shire elections than over the Federal contest. ' » * * ' Voluntary sequestration in Bank ruptcy — Richard Clarke, of Yeo Yeo, near Cootamundra. The tender of J. F. Burnes, of Cootamundra, has been accepted for carrying out additions, etc., to Gun dagai public school. * * * Saturday last was the start of the hot weather. It looked as if summer had come in with a bang, but 'twas not so — yesterday afternoon was overcoat and fur-coat weather. ? ' ? The sale is reported by Messrs E. A. Tout and Co., of Mrs. P. Sullivan's two cottages, in Byron Street, to Mrs. M. E. Ball, tof Five-mile. Mrs. Ball was the owner of the property about 26 years ago. ? ? ? 'There came a burst of thunder storm' on Saturday evening; — wind, and rain. Thirteen points of the latter were measured up, and another point was added yesterday. * * * Mr. F. A. Commms, of Junee, as solicitor for Mr. A. J. W. Edwards, of Junee, Master Baker, has caused a writ to issue out of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

DEATH. j EDWARDS: — At her 'residence, South Gundagai, on October 31st, i 1928, Victoria Rosetta Edwards, aged 54 years. RETURN THANKS. The EDWARDS FAMILY desire to return sincere thanks to all kind friends for expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, .etciy in their late sad bereavement, the loss of their dear mother. They wish to specially thank Dr. Owen, Rev. S. G. Davis, Mrs. Jas. Hawthorne, sen., Mrs. Faunt, Mrs. C. Perry, Mrs. Vicq and Mrs Holm for their great kindness.

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RESULT OF A BARNEY A WANTABADGERY TRAGEDY. MAN KILLED BY FALLING ON A POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

RESULT OF A BARNEY A WANTABADGERY TRAGEDY. MAN KILLED BY FALLING ON A POST. Yesterday afternoon the village of Wantabadgery, the scene of the capture of the Moonlight Bushrang ers, was the scene of a tragedy. John Shirin, aged 23, an employee in the Telephone Construction of the Postal Department, about 2.30 yes terday afternoon, visited the home of his father, and there ne met. Hong Pow, who was engaged in fencing. An argument arose, between Shinn and Kong Pow, and it is alleged that the latter received a blow, and, in falling, struck his head on a post, dying shortly after. Deceased was a manned man, 54 years of age, and leaves a wife and four children. The police from Wagga and Junee, accompanied by the Government me dical officer and the Coroner proceed ed * to . the scene, and Kong Pow's body was' removed to Wagga Mor gue, where a post mortem will be held to-day. The police arrested Shinn.

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GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

GENERAL NOTES Race Bali on Wednesday, Nov. 21st, in St. Patrick's Hall. * t- * A rumor among passengers on the Melbourne express on Saturday, was that Mrs. Stewart Dawson, jun., of Sydney, who was a passenger to Melbourne, had lost her fur coat, vnlnoH «+ KAVPval hnndrpds of nounds. It is also stated that a man who got out of the train at Wagga to obtain refreshments, discovered, when he re turned to his carriage, that he had been robbed of £15. * 9 » He came to work on the same con struction job as myself, and he had a mop of hair on his head that re minded me of a Papuan. Although he shaved every Sunday morning he would not allow a sicissors to touch his hair. For six months that hair grew, and he refused all offers to alllow me of the men to remove it. J At last acouple of jars of rum drift ed into camp and the men had a big jamboree. The hairy freak would not touch the fermented molasses, but as soon as Big Jim Clancy, overload ed with rum, spotted him he grabbed a pair of sisso...

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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

SPORTING NOTES imiuttitiitiimiimmiiMmiimmiiitiiimftrftiimiiiiitmiiiti Strephon looks 'the goods' for the Melbourne Cup. ? * * The best gallop of the Melbourne Cup candidates this morning was done by Winalot. ? . t ? Latest betting news from Mel oourne is to tne enect tnat airepnon and Statesman are equal favorites for the Melbourne Cup. m 9 » King Ingoda won the Hotham Han dicap a few years ago and then went on to win the Melbourne Cup. Epil ogue has fulfilled portion of a sim ilar contract by landing the Hotham Handicap. Can he follow on and score in the Cup? The betting mar ket favors Strephon and Statesman, but Epilogue is certainly not without a chance. However, a more likely proposition as far as the Hotham candidates were concerned, may be the Queenslander Canning Queen. ? * ? ? 'c wco li.'ic lioon *nVi on r»m _ enal and it looks as if he will have to be placed among those threeyear olds who have made turf history, Poseidon, Heroic, Manfred and others being cases in point. Les...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

GRAND SPORTS! Muttama Recreation Reserve. MUTTAMA Postponed from _ November 7th to WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. ENTRANCE TO GROUND FREE. Proceeds in aid of Muttama Hall fund. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS: 1. Opening Handicap Footrace, 100 yds. First prize £1, 2nd 5s. Nom ination 2/-. 2. (Muttama Hall Handicap (foot race), 120yds. First prize £7, 2nd £2, 3rd £1. Nomination 2/-, ac ceptance 5/-. First heat 3 p.m. Particulars of last two performan ces to accompany nomination. Nominations close with Secretary on November 8. Acceptances close 2 p.m. November 14. 3. Hurdle Race Handicap, 120 yds. First prize £1, 2nd 5/-. Nomina tion 2/-. 4. Old Buffers' Race, prize trophy, Nomination 1/-. 5. Ladies' Race, prize trophy. Nom ination 1/-. 6. Girls Under 14 Years, prize trophy Nomination 6d. 7. Boys Under 14 Years, prize trophy. Nomination' 6d. 8. Addition Sum Race, prizes tro phies. Nomination 1/-. 9. High Jump Handicap, prize trophy. Nomination 1/-. 10. Throwing at the Wicket (Gents), j prize trophy. Nom...

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MORTALITY IN SHEEP AFTER GRAZING ON YOUNG WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

MORTALITY IN SHEEP AFTER GRAZING ON YOUNG WHEAT. ? ? I During the past three months, writes the Chief Veterinary Surgeon of the Department of Agriculture, re ports have been received of mortality occurring in. sheep grazing on wheat crops or in a paddock with self*-sovvn wheat. All classes of sheep have been affected, although the greatest mort ality has occured amongst the ewes — possibly the fact that ewes in lamb, or with lambs at foot, are frequently given the best pasture may account for the heavier losses in this class of sheep. In practically all cases the animals were in good to fat condition. The sheep may be feeding on the crop from five to ten days before mort ality occurs. They do not show any symptoms indicative of the sickness, but are listless and appear to lose the power of their limbs before death. Death occurs rapidly after symp toms are noticed, and many may be found dead without any premonitory signs of ill-health having been noted. The mortality has occurred mai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

LOST. Knice Long Bar GOLD BROOCH, with large diamond in centre. ^ Reward, THIS OFFICE. HOSPITAL BALL. TUESDAY 13th. NOVEMBER. COOLAC HALL \ GOOD SUPPER— GOOD MUSIC TICKETS: — Ladies' 5/-, Gent's 7/6^, Double 12/ 6. J. MACARTHUR-ONSL^T Hon. Seo; DANCE m THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15th. ST. JOHN'S HALL, (In aid of- Hospital Carnival Jumble Stall.) Miss Carr's Music. — Good Supper. TICKETS:— Laides' 3/-, Gent's 4/-. MRS. L. M. BOYTON, MRS. J. J. H. GARDINER, Hon. Sees. RACE BALL. ST. PATRICK'S HALL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st. Gent's, 10/- Ladies 7/6. GOOD MUSIC— SPLENDID SUPPER MRS. HOGAN MRS. EGAN Hon. Sees. RECORDS and PLAYER ROLLS MR. H. E. OFFNER, of Cootamundra, ? will be at the Royal Hotel, Gun dagai, on Tuesday 6th with all the latest Records, Player Rolls and Music. SHIRE ELECTION 'D' RIDING D. H. ROBERTS IS A CANDIDATE. # GUNDAGAI SHIRE COUNCIL. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS.. It is hereby notified that the Per sons whose names are set out here under have been declared duly nom inated as Candidat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

We Deliver Orders In All Wea4\ers! ? If you fine! it inconvenient to come aotfn totfn to make your purchases, I ** \ C\% H* will send a messenger to $our Home tWtk the desired article. v Orders nctivtd trJer our phone -tfill be at tended to immediately and despatched per ^'iSssiaa / A memnger is rapidly as circumstance! permit. Mll ft w D«!r?orie5 will b« made at all times o} the dnj and in aO j j . »\ i . . ^aathars. O Remember, when you need any article that a M f| chemist should sell — RING PHONE No. 32 and - || ^ ? ~l ' I hi\V it delrOercd. No charge is made for delivery. Ill :-cx As Near as Your Telephone |j i| R. R. KNOX, M.p.s„ ph.c. |_D CHEMIST AND OPTICIAN, . | GUNDAGAI I ?nmmainaaiHiuffiraussaiQtiimiaaiiiiiHuiitiiQiinu BwaBEainiiifl# WE ARE BUYERS FOR EXPORT, NOT DEALERS—. RABBITSK1NS, HIDES, TALLOW, Etc. SPOT CASH RULING. MARKET RATES. - LORRY RUNNING REGULARLY'' , GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING' ELSEWHERE IT WILL PAY YOU/ TH0S. :W. GREEN and Go.s Ltd., The Big Skin Export...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 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 Garaqe , at South Gundagai. Selling Agents Dodge Bros. Cars, Graham Bros. Trucks. Morris Cars and Trucks. All makes of Oils and Petrol. 'Phone 13. W@@L CRUTCHINGS. ^EISEEMSI3i5[SI3M2I3ISMaiSlSI3M35MSI3l3I3*' We have direct outlet for unlimited quantity crutcfiings. Price guaranteed equal to auction. Let us inspect before deciding to dis pose elsewhere. Sheep Skins, Hides, Rabbit Skins, at top rates. jEiaiSISEISi3IM3IS]5jaMiiaiSISEI3M3ISi3r5iSI3' ADJUNGBILLY FREEZING Co. Ltd. GUNDAGAI. Phone 101 3XiNew All-Electric Radiola Broadcast Seceiver Operated from the Slectric Light ' or potuer socket. 7{0 BATTERIES REQUIRED. A Uni - Control Table Type Six - Valve Receiver. The cabinet is extremely artisti...

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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

U- ? ? * ? ABOUT PEOPLE A number of Gundagai folk motor ed to Melbourne yesterday to see the Cup run. * ? * Mr. J. Dear has come from Bar medmnn to temporarily fill the posi tion of nostal clerk. W ? * 'Mug Gunner,' the sporting writ er, who has an article elsewhere in this issue, is the son of a one-time big rachorse owner in Australia. $ « # ? Jackie Crain, 8 years, has been admitted to Gundagai Hospital for treatment. His brother, with two broken arms, was admitted to the in stitution a fortnight ago. m m ? Mrs. Oliver Osborne is leaving for England by the Mongolia next month, and she is taking her children home to be educated. a ? ? Mr: and Mrs. Simpson, of Coota mundra, are being showered with con gratulations — yesterday triplets (3 girls) came along. * * ♦ Miss Agnes Elizabeth Monaghan, of Tumblong, was the bride, and Mr. William Murdoch Cross, of Coota mundra the bridegroom, in the mar riage celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Gundagai, on Thursday last by Rev. Father Treacy...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

GENERAL NEWS. A recent count showed that there are no fewer than 1,303,142 dairy : cows — about one for each inhabitant - — in Jtfew Zealand. The twenty passengers who em ? ? ? barked on the big 'plane Graf Zep pelin in Switzerland for New- York each, paid £6000 for the trip. j . » » I The spinning and weaving mills at Yarra Falls (Vic.) made a profit of £88,109 during the last financial year, and paid its shareholders a dividend of io per cent. * » ? A pilgrimage to the battle areas of the big war is being organised by the Western League of Returned Soldiers., The big trip, however, will not be made until 1930. » ? ? Though he is now an aged horse, the trotter Guy Alexworthy's stud service fee at Kentucky (U.S.A.) dur ing the past' season was 2000 dollars (£400). He is, by the way, the sire of Guy Bacon, who is at present Germany's fastest trotter. * * * During the recent short open sea son for opossums in New Zealand, 29,143 were trapped in the North Island, and 47,096 in the Sout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent — 5 November 1928

ti ' ;l'' ^ ^Take die Drudgery^ | from the Kitchen ! | P. ^ yOU can prepare a com- g £5 plete meal at one time fgj wi^K this j0 § COMBINATION # COOKER | ! :j It -will boil, fry, grill, bake, jj J S roast, stew and toast simul- ® i C taneouslj) and save you time j S and mone^. 2 ' r k ' S Price £12/10/- Complete $ j N .11 ^ ' $ Demonstrations with plea- ^ J ^ sure. £0 I * H. Worthington i j \ Electrical Engineer ^ ^ j Sheridan St., Qundagai | jg Phone 20 ^ j :0 B.w 'Jg.xx 'or. ?£&. ,'2Y ?£&, a ?? ???? .?

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