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McKAY'S CANADIAN VENTURE. Drawbacks in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

McKAY'S CANADIAN VENTURE. Drawbacks in Australia.' , Mr. ,Samuel McKay,' chairman of directors of H. .-V. McKay Ltd., manufacturer's of farm implement*, on his.' return to, Sydney ;gavc hi .4 reasons -for his decision to' .establish; a factory in Canada. - lie declared thatthe Canadian fac tories Aviil-.be able: to supply Sun shine harvesters to North America, and will also export them, while the Australian factory will continue to supply all Australian requirements. The company bad been waiting for years, he said, for Australian condir tions to justify a resumption of tho export'trade, but so far it has bc<;Ti impossible. He jointed out that the fundamental difficulty is.the high cost of materials. Other " countries ', aro practically back to pre-war costs, and if Australia could follow suit it would make an enormous difference to em ployment. Afc the Forbes District Court, a de fendant, Aubrey JJartoh,-who was.be inj? sued for"tho recovery of-£lG/.l'2/j t.'olf] the .ind...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

tO^'Act^' DON'T ■AVAIT.;.-FOn,:THE FINAL STAGES OF KIDNEY. ' I1.LNE0S. • Occasional attacks , .:ot' '|i;ickm;hi\ Irregular urination, ■ 1io;kIhuIi(!,s, and dizzy speHs arc l're(|ucnt;syuiplom!i nt' kidney disorders. .It's an error- lo iiok-" icct. these ills. Tlio attacks may. pass off for a time, but goiierally return, with greater intensity. Don't del;i>; a minuto, Begin taking Dotin's l!n«k iicho Kidney Pills-and keep up their use until the desired results are obtained. Good work in Now South •AVaibs proves. tliQ' offoctivunor'.K oC tliix groat kidney romedy. Mrs. G.-, Hume,. S Warramoa I,am\. ' Coonamblo, says: "J suffered agony from backache, and was often so bad that I could not move without, sharp, shooting pains striking nie across the loins. I.was also troubled with dizzy i attack's, and could not got. proper rest .'it. night. So much for hiy suffering: now for the niedicino that cured.me. Well, to make a long-story, short, 1 got Doan's Backache Kidney: Pills, and - afte...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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IN THE WRONG PLA[?] Fence on Road. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

IN THE WRONG PL/ Fence on Road. ' At the last meeting' of the G clL-a Shire Council Cr. P. Fallon the engineer had ho inspectec fence on the, jQurban-Tooraw Road, end a tcplv' was receive, the affirmative and that! the was a chain. j The President . (Clv. 13.JTpwn: said the fence had becivjput ii v;rong- place-on- this road. It on a-iiedieuicd rwl'/'He Ii3i' s) to 'the -■Presidcnt':Ofvthc ijooria bran-I'.P. Board in regard|b tlie ■.tor (the fence bcinff on a ES.R. that .Bontlcman had said that i: fence'interfered with traffic and clearing was necessary ht that the board would do tl felt e dee rather than go to the trouble of ing tho fence down. Cr. Towi considered a chain road 3 ifficie Cr. Yeo thought furtlur cle was necessary, syid the engineer inspect 'the road.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

P. H. WAKE HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD Registered No. 124 in tlie A.L.W.B. Association. 9 Tin' Kwes of the above Stud v.'c'.v purchased' from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Uams, three of the oldest registered studs in New Zealand. • The above Ham Lamb is only 10 months u!d, and shows j;rcat mut ton qualities and character. INSPECTION INVITED. ; Top Quality Meats Our seroice to consumer} consists oj careful telectien the primest slock, at the source of supply, skill and experience in butchering, and—what is of highest importance to you in your daily living — courteous retailing at true-value ^.\k VjjSSJEP price-levels. 'S' Prompt delioery given to all orders iy mail. Families wailed tn daily for ardtri. Ice and Small Gtodt uipplittL McCarthy brgs. FAMILY BUTCHERS, QILQANDRA PHONE 46 and 35 BOX 43 WHAT DOES SPENDING COST How much docs it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down and at least £'4 per annum for the rest of your life. Yet-wha...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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EXTENSION OF BU NESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

EXTENSION OFj NESS. BU In those times o£ dry peasoi keen competition it is pleasing local businesses expanding, an with pleasure we announce th Gilgandra- Motor, Garage Co. short! v extend their business ' oarage premises opposite jthes " Jy" office,, which were previous euuied by Meers Bros. For som the necessity of additional spa< been felt by the firm concerne they will in future do most of repairs in their new premises, k* their present rooms,for parts , showroom. i

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PASTORAL ADVANCEMENT. Graziers and A.W.U. Confer. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

PASTORAL ADVANCE MENT. Graziers ajid A.W.U.* : Confer.", Jfc 1£i.'..significant,. .ft/may. - even be sympathetic of the now spirit of the • times, thut a con ference of represen tatives of, the Gt*aziers' Federal; Council of Australia' nnJ .tlic'A'W.'' 1'*. met in, Melbourne iaj-fc week' 'and. unanimously ■,carried • several ■ r^'sblti-' tions for the general well-being of (lie .pastoral industry. ;If this may -.I-", taken, as we trust it' can, as; an ^evi dence .of recognition of ni'utual in terests, it is heartening-, and it cei;-" tainly should be encouraged. > flint the A.W.U .should desire the wollrbeing of the pastoral industry hardly calls for argument. Obviously A p"osporous pastoral industry, means more employment for A.W.U. mem ber?. and ensures pood wages. When the industry is hard1 hit by drought oV; bad legislation,; the, A.W.U. inevi tably suiTers as well as the graziers. e know that friendly argument nc coi-ding to Arbutrat'ion Court rules will continue between the...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"ROTTEN STATE AFFAIRS". Water From Property Motion Carried [?] Time. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

I "ROTTEN STATE AFFAIR^" Water From Propert Motipn Carried if. Time. 'I*.J a rotten,l_ The Council <ftW3y a i otion , then wc have to comi here carry it again. If wc aro sti sain us 1 do ing to slido atoms th happy way it is no u> here. We decided to tain thing and we slioi d d Cr. Hitynes Was refen tion carried tjireo mon ing t( ;hs aj the Gilgandya Shire Council ing McCarthy's butcherj tor supply to their p'-'ern that ;as fr power house would be usconi iCCtlll ittcr. A. A1 lo tht n su was He asked at Friday's had been done in this m The engineer (Mr. C. said it was no hindrancu ing of the power house the water. If the .watei it would be so to McCamy. Cr. O'Brien: That nation have been carried out. Crs. Yco and Jones The President said it Tatter to cut off the \fctei Foran, the owner of Mc arthj niises, said it was a big to provide wate£.. When nnde: th,e ( purchased the power hoike lai Carthy was getting wate . It i like a town where there pas a water supply. It woul...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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AS A LADY SHOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

AS A LADY SHOULD. Mother was entertaining company in fcho drawing room when Betty clat tered noisily down .from the' nur sery. Go upstairs again, and come down very quietly, said lier mother. A short pause followed, and Betty.re appeared saying: You didn't hear mo' this time, mother, did you? No, replied her mother, you camo down without a sound as every lady should, Betty. Yes, returned Helly, f slid down the bannister.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

SS®¥KS E&UKBftSC. B»BCEre2!§ Duett from the City Tiicatrr.4 RmoDuccDjPgy /ffe/ffe/Tft talkss ,Brm AUSTRALIAN HALL Gilgandra MONDAY AND TUESDAY ■ November 25th and 26th "MOTHER'S BOY" "MOTHER'S BOY" 100-PER CENT ALL SINGING AND TALKING Supported by "STRANGE GARGO" "STRANGE CARGO" 100 PER CENT ALL DIALOGUE. SEE AND HEAR and be convinced about Talkies. HOYTS R.C.A. £6000 Equipment will amaze you and astound you,-and they are presented in the same- milli ner as the great city talkies. " Prices 3/3, 2/5 and 2/, children : half price. Reserve now. Plan at ■Crystal Palace. - Hoyt's Theatres,' greatest of' Aus tralian entertainment circuits, and controlling wonderful palaces of amusement in the'capital cities, have extended tlieir activities to the cout); try. and the same great standards of entertainment will be maintained.' HOYTS WILL BRING THE TAL ENT OF THE WORLD TO YOUR: DOOR IN BOTH SOUND AND IN SIGHT. Watch out for the Huge Talkie Truck when it carocs. SEE AND HEAR "MOTHER'S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD TRIED, TRUSTED AND TRUE • ' TO THE INTERESTS OF THE PRIMARY PRODUCERS Therefore consign your Sheep, Cattle, Wool, Produce, Pigs and Calves to: PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED. SYDNEY. n a i r w a v 'H a t f i rvur,A n n i? & H. WEATHERLY AND SONS, Proprietors Superior Accommodation at Reasonable Rates. .Tariff 10/ a Day. All Spirits Guaranteed True to Label. M - MCfFOIV I'TH MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS Highest Market Price Given For Good Milling Wheat in Any Quantity. WHEAT RECEIVED AT OUR MILLS ON SILO TERMS AND CONDITIONS. N.SAV. BULK WHEAT WARRANTS BOUGHT AT CURRENT MARKET RATES Castleveagh Flour and Breakfast Foods are Unequalled Agents for Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co. Hail, Fire, and Workmen's Compensation* THE GIFT PROBLEM SOLVED. SEND PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMAS THERE'S A PHOTOGRAPHER IN YOUR TOWN (Make an Appointment To-Day.) PAYTEN STUDIOS (Gilgandra) Don't Wait Days for Your Snaps—Leave them at 10, get them at 5. SAME DAY S...

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"A.Q.O.T.W.F." Literary Institute Discusses War Book. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

"A.Q.O.T.W.F." Literary Institute Discusses War Book. , At tho last mooting >of the Gilgandra War Moniorla) Liter* ary Institute, Mr. E. E. Peters wold, on behalf ..of tho library committee moved that the nro German war book "All Quiet on the Western Front" be placcd on t'ie shelves. The motion was seconded by Mr. M. Cameron and carried by eigfit votes to .four, after Dr. Campling had suggested that persons under IS years of ago. be not allowed to take the book, which was-agreed to. ■At. a previous meeting it was de cided that every member of the com mittee be asked to read the book, priowto it being placed on the lib rary shelves, as there was consider able opposition to it being placed in the library. . Speaking in 'favor of the book Mr. L. J. Randall (a returned sol dier) said it was the best account of .the war he had ever read and was an education against war. There was no .doubt that if anyone had been to the war they would know that the book contained actual facts. Certain...

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PLANE FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

PLANE FATALITY. '.W'henan aeroplane crashed at Ue?*. beach oil SJiturtlav fifLcruoon ■ last the pilot (O'Connor) and' nuWii . pajior.: plH>loi»ru.pher (W. Hi'rg) Avcrtf \ bc-Lh killed. O'Connor recently vi.siUd 15iljz«-j ndnv nmldelivered, copies .«>*i' the - "Guardhin.]'. to the: luail- news agent.

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ROAD WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

ROAD WISDOM. . "We aro--just in rcceipt of a publi cation issued by the Vacuum Oil Co. entitled Road Wisdom. •This booklet has been issued hy the .Vacuum Oil Co. 'for many years past, and the copy received by us is the latest edition. It gives many hints to motorists in regard to courtesies of the road, and contains a -wealth of information dealing •with, the best methods to ob tain most ■ satisfactory- results from your car. Application tio the company's, of fices cither personally or by;.letter will obtain a copy for you immedi ately. '

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GRANT FOR UNEMPLOYED. £500 Asked For. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

GRANT FOR UNEM PLOYED. £500 Asked For. .. As the r.esult of a recommen dation from the president (Cr. E. Townsend) councillors at the last meeting of the Gilgandra Shire Council decided to apply to the Local Government Depart ment for a grant of £500 towards relieving unemployment in the Gilgandra district before Christ mas, • It is not, unusual in such cases for the department to make u grant to wards ■•■relierinjj unemployment, es» peciallv at a time like the present', and there is every possibility of the application being successful. ■ Cr. Townsend jointed out at the meeting that' if the department did »ot 'feel disposed to grant the money, application could be made for a loan for the purpose. Cr. ;Yeo; opposed loans in any shape ■;or form; They were the curse of the country,:: for-they finally rebounded •on them. ,Thev were all right indivi dually, : but for public' bodies they wdre not, sound. Industry at the pjV nejit time was -.on such a footing l.hyL it was iniposfji.ble fo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

GENERAL NEWS. The Coonanvble Gun Club concxto ted a galah shoot.pn Wednesday last, at which. there was a goodattcndancc? Seventeen shooters took part, includ ing visitors from Gulargambone. 'The' £10 handicap was divided by Mr. E. L. Garling and Mi*. A. H. .Jieaiy and the trophy (a gold watch) was won by Mi*. B. Bacigalujio with 18.kills, Mr. Garling*being the runner-up. The ibalance sheet of the Cuonani ble Diggers and Citizens' Ilace Club meeting, which was lielll last' month,' shows a profit of £323/0/ii, which i:; I (ruly a gratifying result. Mi*. Jack Beasley, of Coonambl'j, met with a rather serious motor car accident' on Saturday ;afternoon of lash week.-He was in a motor car Avithvseveral others, and,whop about three' miles fr,om Narrabri the c;u' in ■which he was seated ran into u stump, obsourtHl bv:.th« dust from n rar ,be hind. The car \v<vp completely, smash ed and all .the cccuriants were injured b.ufc rot very seriously. 41) arr-~ re ported to bevprofjressi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SHIRE POLICY. Clerk's Liberties Curtailed. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

SHIRE POLICY. Clerk's Liberties Curtailed. The f ler Gilgandra Shire Clerk (Mr K II Treatt) wrote to the last i ng of the coundil requesting that lie be paid a proportion of the money allotted the shire in connection with the Main Koads Board work, .part of which had been allowed', the shire en gineer (Mr. C. A. Almeida). "As chief administrator in the oflice the clerk has the bulk of the work to do and tin to August 12 I .performed consi derable overtime - in connection. with this work," wrots Mr. Trcatt. . On the motion of Crs. Yeo and O' Brien no action was taken. ;. At a later stage, Cr. T. G. Hitchen. moved that in future no commission ■be paid to employees of tbe council. , Crs;-Yeo, O'Brien ,and Fallon con sidered the. question should be left an open ono. Cr. Jones said certain monies wero, paid the council to do as the'y thought, (it There was 110 seconder to the mo tion. THAT £25 FOR RATE NOTICES... The president drew ' attention to; the clerk's position when attending"' co...

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THE GARDEN. CARE OF PLANTS AND GUT FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

THE GARDEN. CARE OF PLANTS AND GUT FLOWERS. l'lants kept in plots in indoora will more-thanprepay you for a little^ at tention;.but to get the .best results it must •bo regular. Aspidistras arc the only ones .that do not require■ a- groat deal' of looking after, and us lojig'yt. their leaves are not: allowed to be come choked vwith dust, tliey will thrive even''without frequent water ing. When watered the ehiefv thing jli> remember is to allow the plant io drain well so that >tho water does 'n-'t. become stagnant;at the bottom oL' ihe pot. The best way to water all plants is to put them out in a shower c.f rain. This is more*feeding than tap water, and at the same time it clean ses the leaves and stems in the best possible manner. <... JMain{'. s'hould. never be allowed to become pot bound,, but should be transferred to a larger pot directly the rootsi show "'signs o.t\ breaking bounds. ; Perns which are not doing well can be doctored with castor oil. Put a lit tle ...

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A WORTHY CAUSE BENSLEY CHILDREN'S FUND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

A WORTHY CAUSE BENSLEY CHILDREN'S FUND. ' , SUBSCRIPTION .LIST OPENED.. On June: lS ,thc residents of Gilgan dra and district wure shocked-as a-re sult :>of-a. :fatal motor.'-accident - near Eumungerie, in which the Rev. L. K. Bensley, ..Methodist minister of Gil-? gandrn.'Iost his life, and in which his wife • was Kcriou.'ily injured. -With n-iends from the. North-Coast the lata , Sir.-vBensley and fnmiiv weremotor ing to Dubbo, and in ..endeavoring: to pass another car on the ■ road ■ near" Eumungerie the car in'.which the Gil gandra, party wero travelling skidded 'and. overturned, with the above result. Mrs. Bensley was so badly injured that ever since she has been in a seri ous condition, nnd at the present timj; is an inmate of nj-eception house and her recovery is very doubtful. The Beiisley's had two children, a boy anj a girl; aged 8 and 4 respectively/ and although they were in the ^accident they Escaped serious injury. vSince then they,have been in - the care' of their ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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100,000 AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

100.000 AHEAD. Ford production, . embracing the factories of Henry Ford and the Aus tralian Co's parent, Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd.,. amounted for the month of August to 205,634 model A cars! and trucks, leaving Ford's greatest competitor nearlv 100,000 cars bejiind. It' is also announced tha't sales for the summer period were the great est in the history of the Dealer Or ganisation, the total cars and trucks delivered during July and August in U.S.A. amounting t'o 336,523. Thus Ford leadership over the nearest com petitor stretches, to a huge figure, while the output of the second high est producer drops below thati made in July twelve months ago. A report issued by the National City Bank crodits Ford with manufac turing 35 per cent of the total Ame rican and Canadian output of auto mobiles in the present year, showing a gain of 1,101,000 cars, and ac counting for jiine-tenllis.of Ilio n<J vnnco. over 192S for the entire in dustry. General Motors is credited with 30 p...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

CRICKET. Tho following pluyers hove- been selected to. represent tho 'Colts' club in their match against the C.' of' E. Club, -play'to'commence; at 2 p.m. sharp:—K. Gaggioni, J. Morris; 'N. Pitt, L. Matchett, J. Morley, W; Wil son, W. McGowan, H. Williams, T. Ryan, 'P. lleai-n, G. Nelson. The following players"?have boen selected to represent the reserves Tn their match with Springfield on Sun day, players to: be 'in readiness for conveyancc' at 9.JS0'a.m. sharp:—A. Hobbs, N. Moors, N. I'itt, :J.'Morle^,' J. Morris, N. Morris, IV Connelly,- f. .Cornwall;' A. Weston, :H. . Weston, P. .Lynch, P. IJeiirn 12th. • . :.The'following will represent the Colts against Beridn on Sunday j:i tha local rucri.'atimi reserve. Play will commence "at l'O o'clock sharp:■—-71. Howatf.h,•;E,".Gaggioni,• V; Johnston, Jli, Williamsr X. Williams, D. Rypjii, T., Bynii. L.', Match«tt,< W. Wilson, E. V/, (McGowati, N, Meep 18th.

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