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"WILL RESIGN" P. P. Director Greenhalgh Speaks Out Trouble Over a Permit [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

"WILL RESIGN P. P. Director Greenhalgh Speaks Out Trouble Over a Permit The last issue of the Coonabava bran "Times" contained the follow ing:— , • v • At. rthe conclusion of ■ the genei'ul business at the meeting of the Coor.ci barabran Pastures Protection Bour.l on Saturday, Director, Grccnhnlgh said he would like to have the appli cation forms and permits issued by him in June and July tabled. AVhcn the sheep were sent away he was cuscd of not dating the permit^.This was not correct as cou.d be seen. : The route travelled by the sheep was under 130 miles and he had been charged for 13G miles, and lie'now wished to ask for a refund on .">ho. distance overcharged. lie objected to the remarks of one man, which had gone out -from that room, and, he would like to know ;who that man was. Mr. Bucknell: Is it not a pub lic meeting? The Chairman: Yes, this is a public meeting^ Mr. Greenhalgh said he had made up rthe charges from the dis'.anc^s •avelled. ' i" . _ Mr. Buoknejlf You Jcann...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

FOOTBALL The Gulargambone Rugby Leilgiic Football Club (2nd gr.ade) held tlieir annual/meeting on Thursday evening last, when owing to the date dashing with the Golf lecture there was only a meagre ■ attendance. However, there was no doubting the enthusiasm that prevailed, and the coming season is being, confidently looked forward - to. However, some doubt exists that the team will not be as strong as ; last season, but it must be remember ed that at the commencement of last season too, the same feeling existed. Everyone is acquainted with the many fine games the "Greens" put up, &nd it is to be hoped that the spirit now prevailing will be replaced by the "will to win." Mr. Joe Donnelly presided over the mecting on Tuesday evening The balance sheet disclosed a credit bal ance of £2/8/0 and ;t was adopt il on the motion of Mr. A. Anderson, sec-, onded by Mr. E. P. Ferguson. The balance sheet found general approval, taking into consideration the fact that the- balance sheet at...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

GENUINE TANK-SINKING PLANT .. FOR TANK SINKING AND". ROAD . MAKING, "Champion" Heavy-Duty Unbrcnlc-' al.lo Stool. Baam 'Plows.—In luo;!uls S'l^Oi/Oj, GO, (!7, and GO. Weights horn 901b to 3151b "CHAMPION" RABBIT PLOWS. ' Specially- made for ploughing out Rabbit Burrows. " ..a . Drag Scoops. I-'ittcd with • renewable runners. Made in sizes:-— No. 3, capacity 3 cub. ft;, No.!J,'. capacity 5 cub. ft; No. .1', capacity-7> cub., ft; No. 0, capacity 10 .cub. ft.' ^ Will out]«st 2 or 3 of «ny other make;;. .Annsirongrllol/and Limited, 4 Bridge street, Sydney. Local Agents; Western ' \ V - 1,1 r " ^ t .. . .... \ Stores. , * - MARBLE BUTCHERY " y . • • ALL BEEF AND MUTTON OF TOP QUALITY. ■.^Simply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Cattle ' and Lambs—Never Sacrificing Quality for Cheapness ' ■ NOTE ADDRESS—MILLER ST., GILGANDRA D, J. and P. V. McCARTHY PROPRIETORS. Phone 35. P. H. WAKE HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD Reifistertd No. 124 in llie A.L.W.B. Association. 0 "J! » "Wl .The'Ew...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Enquire at local Agency regarding' LAY-BY ACCOUNTS for special objective*.1' GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK of N.S.W. HMd Office: 48-50 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNIY J. KELLY- Local Ag«ui / (itiamiitet? Host economiccr/f (IbrBoigS, f©F € Il°Is j ~ and Babies to© 9 Manufttt'hireil in Si/dnfi/ hy WEARPROOF HOSIERY' LIMITED WholtanU only hy WEARFRCOF HOSIERY (SALES) LTD. C.veltisli St. iicar Cleveland St- Rcilfcrn. riionc lied. 508 A ©Ail FOR BETTER n-RESULTS Perhaps your interest lies m (he New Model'C' A higher-'powered Tractor' than our former 12/20 h.p. Model which it replaces * HY does one farmer succeed better than his neigh- ' bour? That is one of the questions agricultural education is helping you to solve. The farmer's function is to produce crops. When it is • remembered that about 60 per cent, of the cost of raising crops is in power and labour, it is easy to realise the importance of this factor in the profit or loss of the farm business. Crop production has now been reduced largely ' to m...

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CRICKET Appletree Flat v. Springfield [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

CRICKET Appletree Flat v- Springfield Appletree Fl'at cricketers visiUd Springfield on Sunday and defeated .the local eleven by 44 runs on Ifte first innings. Batt'ng first. Spring field compiled 109, of which A. Child:-; (25), F; Semmler (25), W. ""Chillis' (18) were the chief scorers. Apple tree Flat replied with 153, R.- Mc Kechnie doing by far the best with' 51. A Childs captured the bowling average, "his five wickets being ob tained at a cost of 37 rirtis. Follow ing are the scores: ■ • : SPRINGFIELD A. Childs b G. Putland 25 J. Wynne, c V. McEwen, b G. Putland ' ' 1 *9 F. Semmler, b J. Worrel ' ?.~ F. Long, b E. McICechnic _ 10 D Hodge, b E. McKechnie, b G. t Putland, ' ' 1 \V. 'Chi'ds, run out ' "„13 F. Wynne, c J. Worrell b V. McEwen ' S C. McKellar, b V. McEwen - 0 A. Raglus, c F. Hobbs, b J. Wor rell ■ * ' " ' / 5 G. McKel'ar, c G. Putland, b T3> McKechnie 1 G. Wheeler, not out 0 . Sundries 6 Total - 109 Bowling Averages:—G. Putland 41-3, E. McKecliire 27-2; V. Mc Ewen ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Berida v. Hillside [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Beridav.'Hillside - On Sunday last:-Berida cricketers! •played, Hillside, at Berida,' and1 bu- t: them -by;182 runs,on the first innings For Hillisde F. Ryan made top score with* 13, while .;D -Rogers, who - was, opcn'ng "bat,; was next . best "with ;.M not roui. ", No other man reached' dou ble 'M. ^Robinson bo\V]cd well, taking -7, wickets for 11 runs. For Berida A^McCutcheon's 109>!was top score,awhilevL. Eggleston' 41 re tired .and T.:<.Murray - 20 were nMt best.■ S;-Marchant;did• best-with the gall, geiting 5 wickets for' 15. Fo'lowing are the scorcs:— BERIDA A.McCutcheon,:bS.*Mavchaiit lOD. B. Chisholm, b F.. Ryan 19 R. McCutcheon,_b T. Marchant 2 K. Chisholm, c E:'Buckingham; b >■<■:[>&* Ryan ' 1 T. Murray, c S. Marchant, b D. Rogers - - 20 L Eggle'ston, retired t ' <11 C. Murray, c D. Rogers, b S. Marchant - , - -1 C. Collison, b S. Marchant' 0 M Robinson, not out , 3 ! W. Diggs.. b S. Marchant 3 R. Skinner," b S. Marchant 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

^^p;sii:;i!:ai'iiiai^aai:i!iB:i!iisan![iQi:iiiitsin!!fi[!iiisii!iiQiiiiiEa):i]iiajii!iBi:jti5i:ii!Bijiiiisi[iiiH!iiiit9i;i:isi;ii!EE!:iiiai:i!iES]:iiisi:<:ianii^ LEARN TO PLAY GOLF Why be Handicapped with the wrong Style and Un suitable Clubs from the beginning? Consult— .TOMMY HOWARD HOLDER OF NUMEROUS C H AMPIQNSHIPS OF N.S.W. AND AUSTRALIA Who will visit GILGANDRA from MARCH 15, And Gulargambone, Tooraweenah, Coonamble and Baradine following week; Pupils Instructed in the Proper Methods. Lessons 5/- per half hour session. Appointment made at this Office. All Classes of Golf Material Stocked. Secure a Set of the Famous "Tommy Howard" Clubs. Repairs sent to Burwood Railway Station will re ceive prompt attention.

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MRS. CAMPLING ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

MRS. CAMPLING ENTERTAINED | At "Arnpryor," the residence of trs. Horatio Beveridge, a farewell; party was accorded Mi's> Campling on Wednesday, 12th inst." Bridge and other card games were enjoyed, by | IXISIIiilBlllilHllEl&lllliieittriHttMiaiiiiiBiiiinBeniiiiainiiHiuiiEauiiiBiiiiii hoped the Doctor would, be able to , pick many winners witjlj the assistance, of the glasses. He askedthe Doctor to. accept the present at a token of. esteem in which he. was held locally, and hoped he would make a name for himself, in .the city as he had done in the country, and that health, wealth and. prosperity would come his way. On rising to respond, Dr. Campling was given a hearty reception. He said he had been to a few such func tions'" in'':: G?lgandra before, and he always,felt'sorry- for the poor fellow who1 had- to respond—-he now felt so' ry',for. himself. If he was onlyhal'f •as good, as they made him out . to bo, it would do him. During his stay in Gilgandra lie found the work w...

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AN ENJOYABLE EVENING Send-Off and Presentation To Gilgandra'S Sporting Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

an enjoyable evening ■ • . -x ;— Send-Off and Presentation To GilgandraV (Sporting Doctor There was a very largo and , . representative attendance at the public send-off on Tuesday night last, when the residents of Gil gandra took the opportunity; of .entering Dr Campling on . the eve of his deparluro, after, a residence of nearly four years tn ">• our midst, during whic|h time he has been prominently connected with all branches of sport, and deservedly earned the title of Gilgandra's. Sporting Doctor." Mr. L. D. Serisier presided over the happy function, and after the . Loyal toast had been proposed and honored, tendered a large number of apologies from town and district re sidents who were unable to be pre sent. , ,Mri Serisrer said it was a very pleas ing duty for him to take the chair at a send off to Dr. Campling. There .were many other people who might have been present that night, except' for the fact that they may have been; overlooked.He hoped no one would be offended, a...

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ESCAPED FROM LOCKUP Missing Cars Accused Committed For Trial [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

ESCAPED FROM LOCK UP Missing Cars . Accused Committed For .' - Trial " ■ ■ ' - >f,:A tf: the GHgandra; Policc; Court ^.to day, before Mr.'Adams P.M., Edwiird Kdijih James (alias Scribes) and Geoige Hunter were charged , with stealing a' Chevrolet motor, car the -,roperty( of MiyE.'S. Lewis, of Gil giuulra, valued at £200. Constable .Ilut.on - stated that lie recently :visited Seratt <:(Queensland) ■■andV. brought othe ■- two*, accused -.iback to - Giigandra: on. a warrant^charging tliem with s.ealing the.car. v'i Inra statement; given by:Scribes to tli'e police at Seiatt it was stated that hc^stole the car from tlie. yardioE the ImperiaLhotel,' Gilgandraj;at about 8 a.m. on Sunday morning and' that i lie intended^ visiting Northern- Queens i.land -lookingsfov; work.j.sHe.'.was:'^ ar rested at Scratt,' also- Hunter, (whom ! he had picked up- near .Collai-enebri). ' After hearing xlie depositions read, r which'avere taken at- tlie Seratt 'polic-s Court, the P.M. said he ...

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EUMUNGERI NEWS WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

EUMUNGERI NEWS (From'' Our CoiTospondon!') WEATHER ■■■During the past ton days, conditions .lifiveibeen-vciy changeable, and many stormshave passed over • various parts,- and , in many cases some very: useful falls have been registered, ..up; to -25.0 .'points being aggregated:. ;,vThe; general-,^registration "however;^-was: °rom 30 points to 150 points ' ' Thcsfeed is making vapid'growth,i and the sheep and ;stpck,^generally: are -in > ',-aod cond'tion, - FARMING Farmers .are still very busy -work-: ;ng vheir fallows, which are "work ing down" very nicely, and a good seed ^ed j should .'be>^the result: .' Ac cording ;to general' opinion iSowingtop ri\-itions Aviil;; commence! at an Nearly, date,many-fearing, a-very.wet; winter.^ A GIFT I3VENING A gift evening, in the form of a kitchen ' tea, was: tendered .to Flora McLennan;^ bride-elect, ■;■■■• at:,;, the :.?.resi-t dsnce -of Mr.; G;. Thompson'j: on Tuesr Jay night last. About"50 friends were present,v and a •:most -enjoyabl...

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Colts' Dance [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Colts' Dance A very successful dance conducted by nicmbers of the Gilgandra, CoKs' Ci'ickct Club was fceld in the A.B.C. Cafe on Monday n'ght last_ Messrs.. Peters and Co. generous'y donated j the floor and music free for the oc-. casion and as a result the proceeds I will be sufficient to tide the club sue- * ccssfully over the season financially.

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Railways Wilful Waste [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

- Railways Wilful Waste v Strong condemnation of the waste ful methods of the Railway Depart ment was expressed by Mr. P. J. Can non, at a meeting of the Forbes Far mers and Settlers. He referred to the department's practice of burning second-hand sleepers> He had beon charged one shilling each for some he had purchased, while at Gunningband a stack oof 10,000 sleepers had been burned by the -fettlers. Mr. F. G. T< Allison moved an amendment that the Chief Commissioner be asked to sell the sleepers at reduced • prices instead; ofburn'ng them, and that he be noti fied that the branch^condemned: the burning The motion was carried

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

ORANGE BLOSSOMS Edwards—Hitchen A very pretty wedding \vas solem nised at St.- Andrew's Church, Dubbo, on Saturday evening last, at 7 p.m;, when two of Gilgandra's most popular - young people were joined in holy wed . lock by Rev. Eurfyle Jones (Gilgan dra, and Moderator of the Presbyte rian Church). The contracting par ties wore Miss .Morfydd : Kitchen; 1 oldest daughter of Mr. J. II- Hitchen, ;■ of-Gilgandra, and Mr. Claude Francis - Ed wards, only son of the late- Mr. " Francis'-Edwards and.; Mrs. 'Edwards, of "Colina," Gilgandra. The bride was charmingly attired 'm angold world frock of pale p:nk mj^i'riette,. -made with tigh/b fitting bodice of pale pink satin, embroider ed with, dinmenbe in true lovers' knot design> The skirt of frills was re lieved with small velvet flowers. A pink cut tulle veil, held in place with tiny "spray of orange bossoms, form ing posies over each ear, was also worn with shoes to match the frocit. A shower of bouquet of frangipan nia bounaraios and...

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GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

GENERAL Cr. Townsenddrew attention- 'to; •the;.,)jrowt'h-»of.s-Bathnrst:.'burr<.Avichinv the shire, and the engineer was in structed to get■;the shire nien-ito: out■ them The same (. councillors sreferfedVto the Krowthi'off.box-thorn'-^a^noxtous; weed) /within the shire and -staled •that .in';,many:cases this pestiwasimade a'pet of.( .Council's officers'were in structed ; to* enforce^ the - eradication: of" this weed in future, and the Tal bragar. Shire Council: (Dubbo) arc to be prged to take action in the des truction of the weed; around .Dubbo. .Gr.: Townsend :cirew !attention -ro a bad rabbit' burrow in the."centre of the ;road neaxvSeninilcrs.-.v: The en^i-. neer replied that Mr.* Senimler : had agreed to have the hole filled hv : Cr. Fallon mentioned a bad piece of road near J . Lummis' which neod-^ eel forming, but it was pointed out :that no funds were available. | Cr. McAllister referred to a tele phone in the power house and the present telephone at the engineer...

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SHIRE COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE The following letters were received and dealt with:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

SHIRE COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE :.Tho, following letters were receiv ed-and dealt with:— 'From; the ■ Public • Works Depart ment, stating that they intended to charge the Council 5i per cent, 'n terest "as'.from July, .1929, on the £500 still owing by the Gilgantirn Shire* Council towards the cost of the Boybean Blidge—It was sla!cd by Councillors that the work was not' completed ' until December,- and the .Council had previously advised1 the Department that if the council intended paying the £500 they would not be able to pay'until June, 1930. On the motion of Crs. Yeo and Mc Allister it. was decided to inform i-he department that it was advised that it-was illegal to contribute towards the cost of a national work, and .'that the shire was not l'able for the £500. The President was appointed to i<ap'rostent 'tjhe TShire at-the Shires Conference, to be held in Sydney on TVTay 27, the usual allowance being made; The Council decided to co-operate with .the Forbes Chamber of Co...

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INTERESTING LAND COURT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

INTERESTING LAND COURT Before Mr. Justice Pike in -the Land Court, on the 25th' February last, John, Thomas O'Connor of Coo? nabarabran-appealed against the de cision of the Coonabarabran Local Land Board in respect of a recommeri dation by the Board of the granting lo ihe Executors of the Estate -.if the late Alexander Deans of a. Special Lease of 795 acres, Parish ; Gunui, County. Gowen:-and• the' refusal of • a? •Special. Lease: App-ication:by the. ap-' pellant for the same area. The grounds of appeal were ^ that the . decisions was" againstv-jevidencQ, and;the weight, of evidence; that .0'-, Connor's needs were grater., than those -of- the 'Deans Estate : and ' that; he .would, make, a better tenant, that the -Board i should .not have -, been; swayed by matters, of policy, and that -Uietapplication by ; Alexander; Deans lapsed by death. Mr. Cofllins (for the appellant) stated tha: the appellant was a re turned soldier a married man with five children and .holds 900 acres, of lan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

MsrHBE»i!icwDWiam^^ro99irnn!3aa»Mawi Paying Through The Neck At the primary producers' confer cncc at Molong, Mr. G. Tansweli; of Parkes. put a poser to the chairman of . the '.Metropolitan Me!at: Board, ■ when' he'asked, "How is it we only get 3id per lb. for our fat lambs, and have to pay 1/- for it in the shops?!' Mr. Cramsie was qu'ck with his re-" ply: "I'm doing the same; I am afraid I can't solve the riddle." Mr. Nock, of Nelungaloo, remarked: "We sell our fat lambs for 3d per lb., and have to pay from 10d to 1/- for it in;' the shops. We got Id for our wheat and pay 6d per loaf for bread. It : takes 7/- worth of woo] to make a suit (Of clothes which vtfe pay 12 guineas for." And so the compari son goes on. Mr. Cramsie inform ed the gathering that the overhead charges at Homebush were put down at 5d. per boast, but the actual fees did not represent onc-'.hird of a pen ny. OrgariLsrjtion of the wheat, .vool and meat industries were r&amp;lt;&gt; commended as a remedy.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

QUEENSLAND LAND BALLOTS. WE-HAVE FULL PARTICULARS OP ALL AVAILABLE COUNTRY IN QUEENSLAND. APPLICATIONS COMPLETED. CHRISTIE BROS. GlLGANDRA.. • E. A. WEAVER Building Contractor" Estimates given for all Classes of Buildings. Alterations and Joinery Work. Modern Bungalows a Speciality. . . Castlercagh Street, Gilgajndra. P.O..Box 30. Phone 03. WHY SUFFER WHEN YOU CAN BE CURED BY PURE HERBAL TREATMENT BY MR. PETER YEE LEE. CHINESE HERB SPECIALIST (Reg.) 50 GEORGE ST. WEST, SYDNEY, AND AT MELBOURNE Each case receives my individual attention and utmost care is taken1 with natiant*. I import and display ; only the very finest of herbs and pre-', scriptiona, which are now being used by leading doctors:in "China, HERBS I USE-ARE THE FINEST THAT' CHINA PRODUCES. Patients un able to call, .write and state symp : toms clearly; and free advice.will l>e submitted by return mail. I have cur ed throughout Australia by my pos tal treatment . innumerable people ■whem I have not met. Every ailment ...

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Blayney's Town Clerk [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

ji:xfiai::!iEi:i!isi:iiisi:i[i^iiai:i!)ariiiHi:iRHi;!![Bi:iiieii!!!sin:i Blayney's Town Clerk Mr. R. H. Treatt,' formerly of Gilgandra, v.jao lias been on pro* baCion as Town Clerk of Blay noy for the past three months/ cannot, according to the alder men i.arry oh his wo*k with the present staffs At In?* weel'.'s council meeting the position 'viv discussed, and the following, mo* lion, moved by Aid. Austin, sec* onded by Aid. Marsh, that Mr. Treatt be notified as temporary ToM^n Clerk, that his [service? would not be required after the 16th., was carried.

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