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More Players Available [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
More, Players Available' I' The Eumungerie football club hold its annual- meeting- *on Sunday ; Eu mungerie . promises to . field a strong "13, -which should give a good: account; ' of itselfSeveral new players are | ava;lable,'. including the Montgomery Bros.,: late of Mendooran,- &nd 12. Munro, late of •Narromine. Ah ear ly start will be made this, season, and f clubs requiring matches • are, reque:;t Jed to write early to. the secretary
GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
GILGANDRA RAINFALL Appended is a table showing the monthly..rainfall.'a,tf Giigandra since 18S3. At our request the,figures: were, supplied by the Government Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. „ ^ ■ G1LGANDRA.—-Lat.. 31 deg. '42 min. ; Long.,. 148 deg. 41 min. • * ear Jan l''eb | Meh | Apl 1 My Juu Jiy. Aug 1 tfep ■ _ . _ 145 48 19 154 37 I&lt;^ 50 65 302 r 72 •266 235 72 .91 318 121 100 119 48 274 31 20 95 128 21 . .5 701 364 176 bo7 I 568 64 427 439 435 171 44' 248 251 609 . .53 49 379 40 0 163 74 34 0 168. 120 108 307 483 546 361 90 236 110 366 738 516 499 376 459 225 125 373 767 140 .355 285 163 364 354 332 321": 225 70. 65 118 363 148 467 92 347 279 108 .384 267 556 284 255 250 121 .221 269 840 560 80 266 128 161 170 506 56 11 43 125 123 45 78 178 69 .699 123 130 368 173 158 127 42 290 65 91 0 136 273 404 156 303 682 359 0 0 120 317 40 "250 .'75, 1194 1-43 86 229 14 216 115 234 29.4 228 . 49 493 204 265 238 178 23 126 101 0 282 285 279 92 80.1 316 49 19 44 71 0 9...
Palings' At The Easter Show [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
■Palings' At The Easter Show j H. Paling and Co. Ltd., have, for ■.-years past, provided, aspecial d's play of musical goods for the benefit ;of the thousands of country folk who ^findUheir way to Sydney at Easter, !,and since practically the whole of the ; visitors will "be present at the great Royal S^iow nexf. anontth', the Ijig music: house has been at. some pains jto provrde a unique exhibit' at its ; stand, in-the Hordern Pavilion. Hern, the firm has assembled a 'display, which, in at,'; ■comprehensiveness, quality and variety-is entirely worthy of its reputation as an efficient ca terer for a music-loving people. In teresting details will be found in our business columns-.
TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback I .(By ','Bowynng Bill") |For they tramp and go as the world rolls back, I They drink-and gamble, and die; Bat the'r spirits shall live on the: outback traclt, As Ipng «3 the years g0 by. "Tho Rover' forwards the follow "B: In the oarly'days.of the Hodg kinson tho .local .'cemetery was un fenced, with' the're'sult that horses find goals used; to wander over the I S'rtiv°s, and .hold pinyful corroborees. j Tho owners of - the Tryconnell were, jas the name of: their mine Indicated, , Noc.h of Ireland,'men, and they re garded the descration of the graves | .is a public scandal. A meeting was I held, and canvassers were appointed J to go round and collect subscriptions I for the purpose of fencing the ceme jtei^. One of the first men they wait ed on was the "Lamb o' God," who j flatly refused to give a donation, say ! the fence was unnecessary. "How do y°u n,ake that out?" asked one of the canvassers' in an angry voice. Well it's :his way Dinny," repli...
"Facing The Music" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
"Facing The Music" Residen:s of Gilgandra and district I are again reminded of the play, en j titled "Facing the Music", full .par-' | licuiars of wh'eh appear in an-- ad | vertisement in this issue. Patrons I will be well catered -for in fun,;song, and-music, and -we."are sure will all go "away satisfied with a good night's entertainment? The box plan at Mil lers' Newsagency is t'apid!ly filling up,- but there' are "still good seats available. So don't, delay any long er. Tickets, priced at 4/- and 3/-,^ may be obtained at the book:ng office the Institute, Kiely's or from Mr. N. Pitt, at the Commercial Bank. No tax on tickets or extra charge fo" booking. The,whole proceeds go to | swell /.lie f'^.ids of 'the Gilgandra (War Memorial Literary Inst'tute.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
Enquire at local Agency regarding LAY-BY ACCOUNTS for special objective** GOVERNMENT JUL SAVINGS BANK of N.S.W. H««ui Officei 4S-5© MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY V. J. KELLY Local Aj.oi Host eeononiictt/f (s? fjs $p° ^ ^ I©iaJSmp, |@i° tiiis0 ^ And Babies ' (Suatmitet? fOxr CYi Manv/netuwi in. ^ifluri/ uy WEARPROOF HOSIERY LIMITED , Wholesale oulyhu ■. ■ ■■ WEARFROOF HOSIERY (SALES) LTD, f.velrliih St. near Cleveland SI- ReiSfcrn- Phone Htd. 508 A LOVELY HOME built soeasiltj VVTITH DURABESTOS (Asbestos Cement) Building Sheets yon eta build a lovely home — easily, quickly and at low coat; ■ heme that will be comfortable in all weathers—a home that will last. Durabestos sheets are made from asbestos fibre and cement, compressed to a rock-like hardness; quicker to erect than wood—available in large sizes—yet as easy to cut and nail; fife-proof; cannot warp, flake or rot; white ant and borer proof; need no painting; do not deteriorate. WUNDERLICH LIMITED . . Manufacturers Showrooms: Cr. Baptist ...
Engagement [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
Engagement The engagement is announced of Miss Essie Anderson, of Ba, Fiji,; youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson, of "Malvern,""Victoria; and Rev. L. I. Linggood, of Nadro ga, Fiji. The wedding will .take,: place early in May. Their,■,future-j home will be Raluana," New Britian..
THORBY'S £200,000 For The Farmers Helping Rural Industries [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
THORBY'S £200,000 For The Farmers [ Helping Rural Industries It jvas announced on "Thurs day that Mr.'Tfnorby has secured £200,000 for necessitous and worthy cases in farmers, graziers an&lt;J men on the land The'money will be made available through i-lie Rural Industries Boavd. Mv. Thorby hopes that the money will not only assist the, industries, but will enable work to be, found for many men who are at present unemployed The Minister for Agriculture, de serves the thanks of all for his good work and timely aid.:
Temora Maniac's Antics [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
Tfimbra Maniac's Antics Bent on an orgy-of destruction, a iv.r.dman,- armed with an axe, created a sensation in the Temora district, on Saturday, by cutt'ng his way through two -houses. He was - completely nakec}, - his" oiljly covering being a spur, while his body was smeared with sheep dip and mud; He first attacked the: men's quarters on Mr. W. Caldwell's Moonbucca estate, and after wrecking the building, went in] to the house, where he cleaned up I everything' he could lay -liis' axe .011. ! At Mr.- Boyd's property he turned.1 on 1hc taps of tho tanks, allowing the i water to run to waste, and also did:! other damage. When the police ar vived and arrested him, he told them that he had just rode over from Tu vimil; ca>me over in an' 'hour, and wou'd go back in a minute.
THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
THE MOTOR WORLD —- ;o :• News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. The: N.R.M.A-. ■ is pleased with the' excellent reception given to its free' display in. countryv towjns of films dealing: with, "motoring- and: touring subjects,", and is.; continuing the idea. F. lms. will be shown ■ as- f ollowUBo w lnl, March 17th,;:Yass->19th,'Coota mundra 22nd, Grcngell 2Cth, Young 28the, Bubbo'31st, "Grange;-: April 3rd, and Bathur'st 4th." ■ .'■•A motorist regarded- with suspicion by-the -United States'Customs officers at the Detroit, end ofthenewAmbas bador.; .....Bridge,--, between :&lt;\the .v-r-Unitsd. State and. Canada,: spanning ■ the De troit River, is reqired to drive his car.&lt;;onv:to.ia. trestle fo'r &lt; examination. Inspectors, look-r.uriderneath for 'ti-ick^ • tanks .and'.other--possible* - concealed containers of contraband. - , The Victorian Safeiy Council fav ors a .uniform obsei'vance* in: cities of •the "boulevard,stop"^—the stopping of traffic/ before em...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? "• si ■ ' ' ■ . . . . Advertising Gets the Trade. The Progressive Trader is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and read for its qudity—you Luy the confidence of its readers in your product. ADVERTISING COVERAGE GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS)'- -Which offer a .coverage of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S . NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY l'utjlisii cvl every Thursday aflcrmon. l'hs Gilgandra "Castlcreag'n" and M-'n -- dooran "News" arcr-issued with itThe.-Weekly," so vtKat >adveriisoi-a will reach read...
THE TAMWORTH SHOOTING Accidental, Says The Husband [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
-THE TAMWORTH SHOOTING Accidental,. Says The Husband « According to the police, Charles Jeffries Britten, w*ho was arrested on a charge of murder. ■ ing- his wife, stated that the shooting was an accident. Britten appeared before the court oir'Thursday, and was remanded un | .til'Monday .last The witnesses of the tragedy were Mi's.- Lennas, mother.of the dead wo man, and. also the three young child ren of the, deceased. \Qtvis stated that her husband left I thc'table before'the others had finish i-Cr. tl:air meal,, and they were clemv.-g ■the: table, when twoMbpts were- fired, on&gcharge- entarinjyJ^e^ ceiling and t;:e'Wther■■.struck Mrs$l3fiUten in the' back. She lived .only/a: few. minutes.
FARMERS WANT HELP Deputation to the Minister [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
FARMERS WANT HELP I Deputation to the Minister A deputation representing de legates - from the Nor'tli West Agricultural Bureau, and mem bers ; of till a Coonabavabran . Shire Counil, waited on Che ' Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Thorby, on Thursday, to brinjf under his notice the necessity of. farmers securing immediate help under the Government/scheme. The speakers pointed out: that the production o£ a bumper'crop; during the coming season was ♦essential to the financial welfare of Australia. .Mr. Cambridge, secretary of: the Fanners and Settlers Association said that .the associated banks -had not been honest with the;? Government • when they registered under the Ad vance to Settlers scheme. •'."They knew the position of the rmoncy iinarket:.when they, agreed-'.to co-operate," he said, " and 'now they are • advising the . farmers that the schemers no goody and telling them to apply under the Rural Industries i Board." ■ . , In reply, the; Minister .said that the •machinery create...
TREASURER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
TREASURER'S REPORT The treasurer;' '(Mrs! Ginty) re-1 ported:-^! have very much pleasure in* placing before you the financial aspect of last-year's'efforts, and T snow; you wijl feel justly proud of the amounts collected and the manner n which they were spent. .The first i effort was the sale of work held in May last, which realised £57/18/2. Finding this was inadequate to carry out the worfc wo had in view—that was'the fencing and equipping of the reserve—it' was decided to try and vrtfso the deficiency on the day of the" opening of the ground. This day surpassed nil our expectations and netted .£19/15/4. The response from members and others throughout the.' year was , very gratifying arid wo trust that the children of the school will: bendfit by tbjo play ground we have placed at thoir dis posal. The membership for last year was G77~ The bank balance at the" jnd of the year was £3/6/3.^
Hillside v. Springfield Match played at Hillside on Sunday 23rd, and won by Hillside by an innings and 3 runs. Scores:— SPRINGFIELD 1st INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
Hrllside v; Springfield • Match played, at Hillside , on Sun day 23rd, and Avon by Hillside by an innings and 3 runs. Scores:— " '• SPRINGFIELD 1st INNINGS' A'. Childs, b D; Rogers, 17 J. Wynne,' e Ross, b D. Rogers 24 P. Semmler, b F. Ryan 2 F. Long, b* D. Rogers 3 -W." Childs, c Buckingham, b W. 'Mar chant 5 C. McKcllar, b Rogers ,0 A.' Raglus, c Ross, b Rogers l ; 1 A. McKeilar, c F. Ryan, b Rogers 4 -G. McKeilar, b A. Marchant 0 G. "Hillier, not out 0 ''George Hillier, c Marchant, b Rogers " 0 - ' ■ Sundries 4 ' Total 60 x Bowling Averages: D. Rogers 7-i4 F.- Ryan 1-35, ;A. Marchant 2-6. SP.RJNGFIELD 2nd INNINGS A. Childs, l.b'.w, b' Buckingham 3 j' Wynne,.trF. Ryan 30 F. Semmler, b F. Ryan 42 F'. 'Long, b W. Shumack :i 0 W. , Childs, c Shumack, b A ■' Malrchant 3 C. McKeilar, c F. Ryan, b M. Semmler. . 4 A.. Raglus, c-A; Marchant; biM. Semmler , 1 A . ■ McKcllar, ■ not out ' •, ' 5 G .- McKeilar," c Rogers', • b \V. Shumack - '0 Gordon Hillier, 'c C." Marchant, b W. Schumack - ...
CRICKET Leather Hunters v. Coonamble West [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930
CRICKET Leather Hunters v. Coonamble West The only match in which Gulargam bone was concerned on Sunday last was Iho above match and the locals were successful in obtaining a first innings decision over !cheir, .rivnlls. Although the game was more or less quite easily won thc-display of crick et was very good., Batting first, Coonamble. appeared to have a good g-rip on the result for the score at luncheon was two wickets for 71, with the two not out men batting well. However, after . the interval, the fortune of the game quickly changed, and the visitors werej .quickly dismissed. For the Coonamble team West 35 and Purdy (17) were the highest scorers, al though "sundries" were well to the fore with 19. E. Lemon captured the bowling analysis, finishing with the excellent average of 7 for 17. I He was mainly responsible for the j debache. j Gulargambone easily passed their ; rival's score and when the innings j closed the score was 190. Highest J scores was made by Richardson (43). i S...