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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

GOMINO BROS THE GOLDEN KEY CAFE HOW ONE OF THE MOST UP-TO-DATE REFRESHMENT ROOMS : , IN THE WEST—WARM IN WINTER, COOL IN SUMMER. : ' PULL STOCKS OF CONFECTIONERY, CAKES, BISCUITS A'K! TASTKY. Phone 30. • • Box 33. ' FRESH FRUIT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON. GKUCERIES—- BEST BRANDS ONLY. TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. American Soda Fountain Drinks. Delic'ous Ices and Sundhai. Our Motto is Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Sprv;ce. . COMINO BROS -GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. ! oA feather-weight touch is all this pen requires— St©p And orvn a Pen that stays in Perfect Trim The new model Parker Duofold introduces pres sureless writings-and stays in perfect order. No hand can distort its point — yet it yields to any style of writing. Parker discovered how to combine capillary at traction with gravity feed. Thus a feather-weight touch starts ink-flow; the light balanced weight of the Pen is almost enough to keep it writing. Barrels are now of Par ker Permanite — Non...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPLASHES FROM THE NARRAN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

SPLASHES FROM THE NARRAN (By Jim Harper.) Jack Spooney loved a dark girl, Darker than his darkest sin; ! .She was a Roman Catholic,«.■■■ i Tho Church "had pulled her in. - . . > .hick wooed and thought he'd Avon hu 1-lut when lie crtme to propose I She answered,.'Baal, you casolick i You go to hell, Is'pose." ■■■ I.Jack pleaded very earnestly; She'd - turned-him. off his dot; At last she said, "You join my tribe, 1 be .your 'gulliot.' " . - Then -straight' away went Jack v To a religious lady friend; Ho begged of her to help him ■'His wild, wicked ways .to mend. He told lier that,his dusky, queen : Would not consent to wed Until he'd had . a drop Of holy water on his head., This lady friend ofJ.Spoonoy Was"'a Catholic true;and good,. She asked him if- he'd join tlio church He rather thought'he would. She gave; him then to understand Proih;sin he'd have to slijv • Or he'd surely be cremated By the devil by-and-bye. And ho must give up spirits— Drinking sp rits is a sin; ■ ■ .. And...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE MOTOR WORLD. News and Notes from the N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

THE MOTOR WORLD. .o. £ News and Notes from the N.R.M.A. __ The N.R.M.A. reports that the con dition of the mid-Wcstcrn highway of New South Wales .s steadily im proving. This highway commences at Jiathurst, and takes^i westerly and south-westerly direction through to iilayney, and on to Hay, Bairanald and Wentworth into South Australia. Ueaicrs will not .handle' Amot;-..' ' new baby car. It will be sold by/ma il ^ ' order, and its packing.case will act as a g-arage. The danger of fencing off bush: tracks which motorists have become accustomed to use, without making, - the change really noticeable bv means of some' warning?, cannot be too ur gently stressed, says an Adelaide pa ■. per. The other d*" a mqtorist nar rowly escaped crashing .into a wire jfence which had been thrown across: , art old track that had been used as a ilevistion while the main road was lunder* repair. The SJ.R.M.A. has prepared exten sively £oi' the coming- touring season and has on hand a great mass of in for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

wlfflHr'". Why the Nfw \ Dodge Six is eclipsing its entire field The backbone of Dodge Six '—dependability, ruggedness, 6trenglli and long life—is a structure of modern mechani cal features dial are bigger, stronger, more advanced and effioient than those found in other cars of equal price. Nothing that you hetfr'or read about the new SDodge Six could be more impressive than the facte and figures you will find in a Table of Com parative Specifications. For here is concrete evidence that in real value this car totally eclipses all others in its field. HARDEN AND JOHNSTON LIMITED 217-13! FLINDERS STREET, SYDNEY N E-W Jt 4 n OTHBflS ct jCAL DEALER r B GIBSON.

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A NEW LUBRICANT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

A NEW LUBRICANT. I Thousands of motorists who; hav ing received-. satisfactory . service ii'oiii Mob.loil -/or mijny years, wel comed the new niob.loil (.1 vastly im proved lubricant) ■ when, it was; an nounced bv the Vacuum Oil Co. some months apo. .The ••average: motorix]., keen to notice the decided ch'ango :/i engine design wh^eli has taken piaee over the: last few years, appreciated this movc'by the Vacuum Oil Co: to keep pace with modern developments. H.gli compressions, .higher .speeds, ii jyher operating temperatures; hea vier ioad-: .eatVying. capacities^-and ucvv cars warranted by 'manufacturers to do 40 niiks per hour on initial run without ^npairinj;- subsequent per Jc.mances, haye had a tremendous effect'- on the;.'requirement.", of motor oil. AfUr the now mobiloil had been on the market for some months ii];;; hig h lubricating- pvopert cs and. abi ii .y to cope with these changed con: . d'tions were apparent to those lew ltiotorists who diiL'not usually con cern thmose...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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TIME FOR CAUTION. The following from the pen of Mr. David Kelly, of Wongarbon, is a reply to an "S.M. Herald" article:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

(By David Kelly). TIME FOR CAUTION. The following from the pen of Mr. D^viil Kelly, of Wongarbon. is a re ply to an "S.M. Herald" article :— I read w:th grave concern' your ar ticle on "Time for Gnution," in which v'ou threw cold watei-Ai Mr. Thorby's 'Theme for assisting "primary- produc tion. • • ... V ■• - Your suggestion that the.woo], and . wheat industry should tro slow is un is-'onnd and 'ninyitous.-You.say wheat mid wool don't pay. Measured'bv"the :K"n,a wot-Vl vnl.tfjs. is there anyth:ng made in Australia at the pvRop'nt t>o ■•w ,j„os, If so, I would be glad to hear of it. : Th.f»re is a. chance that next year lr.'iv ivodurn aoorl crops that will Le - ?r>!«(>Mfl:.#t f»ir nr'ces overseas. What industry in Australia has that chance? You say Governments cannot raise prices. We on the land know by I'.av'd experience that Governments do and have raised prices of everything: we .buy,; and we ..are watching their fu tile and puny efforts aimed afc re fill cJ 115 those pri...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD TillEU, TRUSTED AND TRUE i'O THE INI'JiliESTS OF thii fRiiARi PRODUCERS . - •;c consign your Sheep, Cattle, Wool, Produce, Pigs and Calves to: * hi, SOW & BALG&iix LiiVuTED. SYDNEY. ..jt i •? w a v u n v. i c u c a iv n u a . -as H. WSATHKRLV AND SONS, Proprietors :itii>tM'ior Accommodation a< Reasonable Rates. Tariff 10 -' a Day. All Spirils Guaranteed True to Label. M MCI FOR ITiy MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS Highest Market Price Given For Good Muling ■Wheat in Any Quantity. WHEAT RECEIVED AT OUR MILLS ON SILO TERMS AMD .CONDITIONS. N.S.W. BULK WHEAT WARRANTS BOUGHT AT CURRENT MARKET RA7ES lastlercagh- Ficur and Breakfast Foods are Unequalled Agents for Liverpool, London atid Globe Insurance Co. Hail, Fire, "and Workmen .. E GIFT PROBLEM SOLVED. ~^ND PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMAS THERE'S A PHOTOGRAPHER IN YOUR TOWN (Make an Appointment To-Day.) FATTEN STUDIOS (Gilgandra) Don't Wait Days for Your Snaps—Leave them at 10, get them a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

jf H. WAKE ' HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD Rcsislerud N.o. J24 in the AX.VV'.B, Association. The Ewes of the abovo Stud were purchased1 ironi LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined wi.tii Lincoln College Special Ktud Rams, three of the oldest registered studs in New Zealand. Tbo above Kam Lamb is only 10 months old, and shows great mut ton qualities mid diameter. INSPECTION INVITED. Top Quality Meats Oar seroict to tonsumsn consists oj careful telecHm •/ the primest stock at the source of supply, tbjU and wrirjreA experience in butchering, and—what is of ' highest importance to you in your daily living — couricoui retailing at true-value I! order* la and priceAtveh. Prompt delioery gitun to by mail. Famll/ss waited daily fef ordsrt. Small Ctsdt mpfJitd* McCarthy bros. FAMILY BUTCHERS, QUQA NORA PHQNIi 4f> cwcl 35 JjOX 43 WHAT DOES SPENDING COST How much docs it cost you to spend £100? The answer is £100 down and at least £1 per annum for the rest of yonr life. Yet what man would knowi...

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WOOL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

WOOL REPORTS. ScLute, Ball and Co. Ltd. report: Although no quotable deci-nc aeve toped, mere was distinctly less ani mated competition ac our Bale on Wednesday, as compared with that experienced at our preceding sale No Bupcruiie parcej3 were included in our catalogue, and, judging bv me fact that *dao season's record has been extended to 28*d, probably there would bs no alteration in urn its for such exceptional quality I For fleece renl-smg about liki to ~cl~ competition v;as almost aa ke-;n 23 previously, but as regards droughi a(reeted linos, especially when .eu.». tender or burry, thero was a tendency towards sagging prices. Another London series opened on the 19th inst, and, as usually the ol foriugs at the iirst day or two s iaito there ai'o of Indifferent to inferioi quality, the advance recorded there at the opening Bales, as compareu with the closing rates of the preced ing eer.es was insufficient to bring pncec up to Synncy paricy. In ;u» probability as better quality co...

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THE FEDERAL FIGHT. Figures for 1928-1929 Elections. The following the the final figures for Gwydir in the 1928 election.— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

THE FEDERAL FIGHT. Figures for 1928-1929 Elections. The ■.-following' {ire the, final: figures for Owyuir in the 1928 election.— Subdivision. Abt. "Cun. In. Beliata 109 Ill 17 Bingara 741 550 31 jiOKtjabilla 170 107 0 Uoggabri G92 3 55 42 Jaurron Junction 287 192 13 Cobbora -J 53 434 35 Coolah ■104 559 47 Coonabarabvan. qo:j 004 70 Dublin 2367 2334 229 Gilgandra 1055 737 70 Gunnedah . • 1470 J 501 110 Moree 1517 1021 120 i'lungindi 179 220 -13 .-.ur.abri UG 9 1453 08 Kai-romine 1080 779 i9 Peak Hill 573 411 62 Pilliga -28 345 9 Quir.ndi J 270 1042 : 120 Warialda ' 1314 , 9G9 108 Wee Waa 3S1 344 • 12 Postal Votes 101 177 11 Absent Votes 2445 1983 451 Section Votas 55 122 18 18050. IY266 1811 Final Count for 1929. iBellata . 117 136 2 Bingara 084 738 3,1 Beggabilla' 183 120 8 Boggabri 593 450 19 Burren Junction 240 211 11 Cobbora 417 539 17 Coolali 380 G73 24 Coomibavabran 873 1110 55 Dubbo' 2287 2929 • 119 Gilgandra 978 920 • 39 Ciunneciah 1388 • 1807 41 Morec : . 148G 19G1 81 Murigi...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

general. All business houses report a de cline in business, but -with the Chri^l mus season and its festivities ap proaching an appreciative recovery is anticipated. The aftermath of several bad seasons is making itself felt, and all business houses arc'forced to re trench to some extent. However, let t be ssyd that there is a goodly num ber who have confidence that, our township-will experience much better times. l'he two shops constructed by Mr. 0. Baveas in Bourbah. street arc fine pieces of- architecture. One has already been occupied by Mr. P. S. Ha.wkins, who conducts, his business of general storekeeper in Coonamblu street.-Another building nearing com pletion is a residence being built to the design of- 'Mrs; C. J. Kearney in Bringlo street.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

PERSONAL. Mr. A, D. Council, stationmaster at Gular, is at: present on holidays, and during his absence he is being relieve tul by Mr. J. Daley. . irij 5, A.'W. Ai-instrong, of Coonain blcv has returned after spending a fc-v? days in Gulargambonc. Mrs. Armstrong, is a daughter of Mrs. T. Blacknian, of Coonamble street.1 i rSergt. ilossiter, of Gulargambono, hasresunied charge of the local po lice 'Station, after being on his annual leave. During his absence Constable Sanders was m charge. Mr. J. Rossiter, jum\, who lias j been an inmate of .the local hospital I tor a few weeks, is quite well again, |and has resumed his'duties. i It is with regret that we announce. ; rhat Master W. Baker is still confined •in the local hospital. . ' * i The effects of a mild attack of plo i i!rir-y having worn off, Mr. J. LUA ; field, junr., of Cuiga Park, lias ro i aimed home. • Mr. E. G. McDonnell spent n few ; days in Dubbo this week. . I A pleasant evening.eventuated last j Tuesday week at the ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

- AUCTION SALE »' MIC. R. H- TREATT will offer his home by auction eale on Wednesday, 11th December at 3 p.m. on tho premises, bcing.lot 1, scction 1B, Warrie street, Gilgandra, Torrcns TiUe, J acre. The cottage is well built, containing 4>.rooms, -.vestibule (lattice sides), bithrooin. and kitchen, garage, tele phone, and electric light, gauze doc.vi and windows. There ave lawns and ermlens and fruit bearing' orchard and vineyard. Well, windmill & 1000 "•<1. T,.i«k. and 3 tanks (<1000 galO .for rain water. Well water laid on to house; orchard and gardens.' FURNITURE K AND EFFECTS. The residue, consKHng of Dining aha Bi>c']-oom Suites, Sea Grass Suite tij Lounge and Table, Palm 3t«r.df, P!re Guard, Blinds, Carpet Runner • about 23 by 2i), Linoleum, Side board. Deck Chairs, Combination Dress'ng T&blc, Beds and Mattresses, Mr.dic:ne Chest, Washstand, Porcelain Enamtl Bath, Iron Washstand, and Sot and Enamel Bucket, Dregser (crlass doors), Bo...

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BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

R1RTH. Mrs. J. W. Wilson, of Bungie, pre sented her husbaud with a son op Monday n.ght at her home. Both mo ther and cb.ld are doing well. PROLIFIC BUSH RAT. Mr. R. McKochnie, of Eringane'-'in, brought Into town to-day a female bush rat with half a dozen young ones fastened on l\cr teats. She was ploughed up in one of the paddocks, and captured alive. The progeny, which are hairless, and well developed and l.'vcly, and are apparently fasten ed on to the breast The unusual epo- j cinjen attracted a deal of attention. It furnishes a key to the woll known prilificacy of these field pests. j '- An accidcnt occurred on Saturday I afternoon to Joseph Whittaker, son j of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wh'ttakcr, of j Dubbo. The lad, who was attending a birthday party, was passing in front j of a swing in motion, when he was | struck by it, sustaining a nasty frac ture of the leg. The lad was removed . to hospital.

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CONCERT AT EUMUNGERIE. Miss Sousa Delights. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

CONCERT AT EUMUNGEK1E. Miss Sousa Delights. The., largest audience ever seen at Eumungetie since the evants held during th© war attended the Armistice bay concert. The event was the first held locally by the Returned Soldiers' .League, A lirst c.ass concert was pro vided by local artists, assisted by the Boy Scouts, Junior Red Cross and school children. The evening- openc.. with an overture by Miss Souse, and the following programme was contri buted:—"Songs that bind the Em pire," school children; song, "Thora," Mrs. Coleman; comic sketch, "Maria and Percy," F. McGrath ond A. Jones; re citation, Miss J. Wheaton; p'ano solo, Miss B. McGrath; corny: sketch, Miss Sousa, F. McGrath and A. Jones; song, Miss Elliott; chorus, boys of Bum lingerie school} recita tion, Mr. J- Alderton; piano solo, Miss A. Crocker; diggerettes, Boy Scouts; song and dance, M'ss Sousa and se nior girls; piano solo, Miss M. Lenon; ske-tch, "Father," Miss Sousa, A. Mc Lennan, P. McGrath, and A. Jones; song, "Rose...

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GULAR GLEANINGS GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

GULAR GLEANINGS 10.v.B !!*••> ;be m mu ssms ;s; tsira* GOLJ-V Hue no doubt to tho season being ill a close golf seoms to be.falling: a little in popularity, although several c.f the local fans stills make regular trips 10 the links to keep themselves in trim. Competition;! have been it thins of the past during-the lust few wyuks and. players are. content to ar r:!jiH:e I heir own matches. On Monday afternoon last the final • 1' tie.- Darcy Cup (ladies)-vas pkiyod v.in'ii Mrs. fs'eylon ; nnd i M-ss Mona iieiler met in the final. Miss Mciler p'l.'vtil superior after an tinjoyabio and evenly contested match. To-night (Thursday) an evening will bo field at the residence oC fttr. A. Sk.nner, when the numerous tro llies won.-' .\th'rongh.oiit :th.e ^(fetson will be. presented. The function pro mises': to be a most enjoyable one. Quite a little■.■controversy has.been engaged in regarding the alleged for ming of the ]J;g Four. This oral .war does not improve the game and ra ther tends tc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

(TloAern {ood? plaij havoc irilh Our digestion r.N'afiue occasional'grnllc cud uv-elimin alftig uMste/rorn the system acts ireioolhly & easily upon taj thedigestive organs, helping- ; w lliem to do their u>ork gent- tap lij. Figsen is the ideal Luatnv 'm Does not purge or gripe. j&, S' Qiuf atiu tu-dui]! John Pay'o, M P.S." Pharmaceutical Ch»mist . ' - . and Optician **■ ; GULARGAMHONS - Telephone 107. :1S £4. WOOD YARD. Ail orders promptly attended to . and delivered. . Supplied to any length at'-shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. '■ j. to. hawkins; Munno'l St., Gulargambone. ■ P.O. Box 00. I'liono .110. JUST ARRIVED. GIFT STATIONERY moderately prieod, quality finest. l'ull stock re cards, pianola rolls, II.M.V.■■ Portable ■ undotfer "models. '•Golfing^'Material .on.nam!-. Famous K.ro-Fli'e Golf Bails. Ha»rtlKe»s>ng Saloon. . Billim-ils. RYAN BROTHERS ' BOURBAH STKE!v.!\ GULARGAMBONC. GULARGAMBONE T®n can paint a 5».r...

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ARMATREE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

ARMATREE NEWS. The Quambone xriiiket players .un successfully* endeavored ,fto; lift^thci Phil*.AVhiteman -Cup 'fromrtlic local club :on Sunday. ' Arriiatrec took the 'wickets first, arid scored-161; made up principally- bv N. Luw 3.L ■ W." M tchrll ,2GpA. Lriwi24,,0. Paekhiiin 22,and C; •Tiwlpc 20. Wi Matthbws:djd besttwith • the ball ." for Quanrbonc,' talcing s:x wiclccls : for 53. L.vOgilv:e',(24.).was the principal score:' for \Quainbotie, •and-'N; Law and. .1;'- Cobcroft' did best with Uic ball for chj: locals. Scorcs:— ARM A1JR EE.. . . A. Law, c Barnes.- l)j M'<U.hnwS i . . 34 C?.-,Twlmr.» c F'shtnv ^Matthews-. 20 W."' Twigs', b Wild' 8 N. Law, c -Wiliamsbn,.b Matthews:. 31 .J. Hodeson. e Wi'd.-b .Matthews '11 ! W. Mitchell, b Wild 26 A. Mackcn, c Oglivie, b, Matthews 15 O.' Pafkhanii.lbw.v b..Matthews . v 22 W. Gillet. Ibw, b 'Barnes 0 J HMicroft. b. Matthews 0 G. Tw:£ir. not out ...!.. . ' 0 Sundi'ies . . * 4 Total 101 v PnwlitKr-—W. MJiWhews .6 if of ?i3, L. Wi...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

WEATHER. On Monday it was tho lot of. Gular resident! ^0: JdxpVricncc the ->vot&1 day' of the present summer. Fanned by a' wcstcrly wind, . clouds of dust insdi/ their appearance, and found their way into"rnooks and crevices in houses and stores.

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EUMUNGERIE SILOS To Be Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

EUMUNGERIE SILOS To Be Opened. As the result of strong: protests made by the farmers of the Eumun freric district the department lias de cided to open the nilos in that centre for th« receipt of wheat, as soon as possible. It was previously decided that there; •wai'~riot. sufficient wheat 13 tt« 41steict'-tc v'irfir.t 5.hs opera tion of tho silos.

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