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PETROL HAS MORE POWER THAN T.N.T. Cars Use Only 10 per cent. of Motor Spirit Energy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

PETROL HAS MORE POWER THAN T.N T. Cars Use Only 10 per cent, of Motor Spirit Energy . There is five times the energy in \ gallon of motor spirit than there • Jis in* corresponding measurers of such' high expilosive at Nitro. Gly cerine or T.N.T., according to the Vacuum Oil Company. • The motor car can be described-us being .pulled along the road by a tiny thread of petrol. The pull on that thread has been compared with the tenVile strength df steel.A gallon of plume, for instane; 'stretched out to - a distance of 40'miles; would make a very fine stream i But that hair-like thread:* contains the 1 energy required "to move a 1,570 lb. car ilong a level .paved 'road at a speed of 20 miles an hour. The energy in a'gallon of plume amounts to 180,t .000,000- foot>pounds or the equiva lent of-lifting vertically "a car weigh ing a ton a distance of nine miles. According to tests made with vari ous; types of engines, the average erig'ne converts into available power on the road about 10 ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

New Year Specials SPECIALS THAT WILL APEAL TO ALL IN THESE LEAN TIMES. ,, REAL MONEY SAVERS WHILE they LAST/AS THERE IS ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY OF EACH. 38 inch LINENE, all shades, 1/- yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, Pink, Helio Saxe, 38 inch, 9£d. yard. JAP CREPES, all shades 6£d. yard 36 inch PURE LONGCLOTH, 9 yard. COTTON FUJI, Fast Colours, 1/1 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 54" 1/-, 72" 1/9, 80" 2/6. WHITE TURKISH TOWELING, 22" 1/3, 1/6 yd. TOWELS. Buy now before affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN C L O T H, l/4i yard. NATURAL FUJI SILK. Special 1/10 yard. GOOD QUALITY PILI.OW SLIPS, 1/- each. .\ OSMAN PILLOW SLIPS, 1/6 each. MOSQUITO NET, .100" 2/- yard. OSENABERG. Special 1/1 yard. . AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR AT I), rc. Garltn t&ss&y CIk iKxne of Values A J H A B G O O D PLUMBER & GALVANISD IRON WORKER Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross" Windmills, and all other Goods 'of that Company's Man...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

IN MEMORIAM GAFPNEY—In loving memory of my dcM son and our brother, Frank, who de^hrted this life, 22nd March, 1022. V\ , Nor niattpi\w}\atever we^do, Wc always H^ilVi'eivieniber youV —Inserted by >WsNoving mother land brother's,. Willie,amN^hillip.

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SHEARERS FLY So Do Chinamen [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

SHEAJRERS FLY So Do Chinamen '' The outback shearer, with' his casual ways, his matilda and bike, has passed in o- the lore of the country, and, now_h:s; prototype of to-day has taken'to t^e. air. Fifteen knights, of l.lie shears.on tho way back to. Lo.ig;, roach '\d u ring1: the' receni.wet .•.•weather, found :4hemselves: -cut v off»by- 'flood .waters. • , \ In the days of which Hen y Law son" 'sang things would have''gone hard ' with . them; - jBut -the :old .'order changeth, and the. sma!l tin "/hut which . they ^managed: :, to- reach was jn-ovidentially^fittod - up w.'th a - tele phone. • The enterprising shearers rang up' not a-country, pub or a constable,.but ihe local Quantas 'aerodrome;- 'The, first machine sent "outcould not'land o.wing to the-boggy conditions of the ground, but next morning -a;'l:ght Moth machine, laden, with bread, tea, meat, and other supplies, succeeded in making a .landing. « The shearers had then, been without food for a day, and were .ready , to eat ...

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PIANO TUNING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

\V. .'BraitlingSvisits this district vogu|lavly. Piujw\. and . l'laycrs Tuned, and Repaired .i\Local Recom mendations. - Address O^o. ICieley's Bakers, Gilgandra. \

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SOCIETY LEADER SHOWS The Way to Use More Wool [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

SOCIETY LEADER SHOWS The Way to Use More Wool .. --. At the Tirranna Picnic races .Jtuvy. this year a leading hostess, ■uw wifoi of' a well-known grazier, arri v ;od:<: wearing ; a -knitted woollen dress. "See, I am helping my husband," she said. «*:■ That far-sighted lady was not only performing a loyal act towards..help ing her ;husband, :she was making a. .very definite gesturevthat: would help :.thc?; whole of Australia.-, ilfl jinove women,- not only Social leaders, but also those-representing every section "of the community;-will follow this ;lead;,they" will directly- or indirectly "help their husbands" and - their bro thers, -fathers, mothers, sisters, cou sins,1 uncles, and aunts as well .; For the1 fortunes of everyone, in this land of > ours are bound up more or lesn in;the successful sale of our Pr'inary products, of which wool is one of our greatest sources of National income. We are going through difficult times at the-moment, and every man,-wo man and ch...

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THE BUFFALOES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

THE BUFFALOES ■ Not 90 per cent. of ,-the people know there are buffaloes in the Nor thern Territory. Mr. iCccil Frecrer, of . Stuart Station, is the buffalo lung •of :Australia. On. his station alone ['(1000 square miles) there were esti mated to be 10,000 head of bullaloes and 500 head of horses m l :)28. Mr. Freener shot 2900 head of buffaloes. • The buffaloes, weigh on an average 17 cwt.: Their skins arc worth £2 each. : There were 12,000 skins ex ported from Australia in 1928. Thou sands of buffaloes arc shot every years. Their horns grow all lengths. The longest I have seen were 10 feet from tip to tip. They/are shot on the plains. - Tl.o hunting party generally con si.-"-; oi three of- fuji- white men and a ii.ob of abos. (I don't want the ivji'ers to think I am suffering from tin-.-.overdose.-, of American' fiction; Thiv is genuine, real." w:ld Austral',a). Tli.! abos do the spinning" To shoot the buffalo. they have to race up alongside una shoot over '.he lif rat, behind th...

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GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Second Grade Competition To Be Arranged Ground To Be Lighted [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB - Second Grade Competition To Be Arranged Ground To Be Lighted Many matters for the better ment of players and for the ami cable working of both local foot 'ball clubs were discusscd at the first comnvi.tce meeting of the Giilgandra Football Club, (hcpd in tfie Memorial Institute on Monday nigUl Inst, whcn two delegates Ifrom tj'ie I.O.O.F. Lodge were in attendance, Mr,' E. S .Lewis (Patron) occu pied the chair, there being also pre sent: Messrs. A. Weston, E. Mud e, ,T. Movris, H. Collison, W. O'Neill,; M.' Morris, L. Matchett,'J.-Morley (treasurer) and N. Pitt (secretary). The secretary apologised for the un avoidable absence of the : President (Mr. II, Campbell) who was; absent from town. The .'only correspondence 'vfos .'a letter from Mr. F. Astill, apprecia-.. ting being appo'nted to the commit-: tee and also a selector, but rcgrotting he could not accept same. \ The Lodge delegates, Messrs. D O'Neill and 11. Marchant, were then admitted' and asked to ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

t OALEIGH HOSPITAL .aiLGANDRA. Has been thoroughly renovated and I is ander entirely new management. Medical. SuEgical and Obstetric cases reeeived. ; An effltieat norse always on night duty. ; TERMS ON APPLICATION. 1 SISTER TOWNSEFK). j THEY'RE COOL AT TURLEY'S Although Xmas has passed the Heed for Good Cordials is still j apparent. Therefore, why not i , get the best. Turley's, in Miller j Street, can supply all classes of i Cordials at 3/- per dozen. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

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CHURCH SERVICES Gulargambone Presbyterian Church Services for Sunday, March 30th:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

CHURCH SERVICES Gulavgambone Presbyterian Church Services for Sunday, March 80th:—.. Gulargamuone 11 a.m; HrighUing d p.m; Coonamble 7.30 p.m. Preacher Rev". K-. AV. Burton. ' Church of Christ, 30th March,— Balladoran 7.30p.m. Gilgahclra 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. A. R. Lloyd, Evangelist. « . Qs $ * Methodist Church Service -for Sun day, 30th March:—Gilgandra 11-a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Curban . 3 ;>. m. Preacher, C. II. Davies.

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THE WOOL MARKET Better Home Abroad [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

THE WOOL MARKET Better Home Abroad Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: Competition for merino- wool,'.-shows signs of slight improvement on £he London market. .Auctions have been in progress for a week.' Evidence, therefore, favors the .opinion that ijie sheep's staple has touched its bot tom basis for the season. Current soiling developments supply the most cheerful indications seen at any ser ies in the English centre for a year. They should help in.- creating confi dence for' the purchase of the bal ance of the Australian clip. ■Monetary''developments abroad de note more favorable, times for com merce generally. The Bank of Eng land r'atc of discount is now 3i per cent, which is lower than the average Cor the three "years preceding the war. Cheaper money means moro credit for business and usually pro duces a greater volume of trade. Cotton which has'been receding, in. value overseas for some time has risen from 73d. ^to S.'.d per lb:' At that- figure it is 20 per cent to 25 pel' cent...

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LIFE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY A Drover's Story [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

LIFE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY A Drover's Story Who knows the Northern Terri tory,? Possibly not 95 per cent, of the people in N.S.W. do. s . ;Mr. Wrigley, of Gilgandra, a;, pro. . vi1) of Grcenethorpe who has. been droving and working , on cattle sta tions in that part of Australia on and off ' for- three years,, gives some in teresting particulars . ■ Ho writes I have recently read a few para graphs in ; the Cowra. "Guardian'* concerning the Northern Territory and North Queensland. Ilaving been nbarly over both States I would like, to give "Guardian" readers a bit of | an . idea of the wildness, . s'ze;. and station life there. The Northern Territory is five timc-s thq size of France, England, Scot land, and Wales; and three times as large as N.S.W. There are 21,000 full blood aboriginals in the whole of the State, whilst .the white popu lation is under 3000. In the popu lated parts, 30,000 square miles there is only a few over 400 whites. Victoria River Downs cattle station has. ...

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BOWLERS VISIT DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

BOWLERS VISIT DUBBO On. Wednesday twelve members of tlie-Gilgandra • Bowling< Club visifed Dubbo; and in' three rinks on the local green, were defeated by 111 to 42. A most enjoyable day vwas spent, and all speak highly of. the U',ea ment received at the hands of the local players'. During the after noon tea- adjournment,'.the ^President of the Dubbo Club extending a heav ty welco'me. to the .visitors,'..which was vopporirlcd to by Mr. L. D. Serisier. Results were:— A!lan, Patnian, TVatson, Wheeled <'i 1), v Cottee, S. Lewis, I\I. Ilab Kood, L. * Dt Seriiier (11). Diver, Challoner, Golsby, Ilawlce, (30) v. Mi P. Cornwall, Myers, B. Gould,' R. Van Heuckleum (15) . . Schnider, Cohvell, -Kelly, Hewson (31) v. J. Fleming, F., Munro'J Nelson, . B. Boon (10). Total. Dubbo 111, Gilgandra 42,

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WHO'S WHO Magistrate and Coroner—Mr. W. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

WHO'S WHO Magistrate arid Coroner—Mr.' \W ' Adams . P.M. 1 (from: Dubbo)- visits •:Gulargambone ; Tuesday •following' i thc sccond iMonday . in- the. month., J's. P.-—Messrs. A.., G.: Sowden, F. Hawkins, II. S. Mit'choll, W. Mc Ewen, A. R. Byrne; J. B. .Pesicock, R. C. .Byrno, W. M. E. Skuthorpe, R N.: McGi'l,; A'.iSkirinei'i;J.- Hourne ; J. A. Litchfield, N. J. Taylor, A. W. Bolger. ' - ! - Permit Inspectors^-Coonamble ■: P.P. Board: W. .McEwen, A. 'R. :Byrne,\ . J. B. Peacock; Coonabarabran P. T. Board: R. N. McG'll. Station Master—A. D. Connoll. Police—Sergt. Rossi'or and constable Poundkeoper—J. Skinner, Schools—Headmaster Public Scnool, D. E.- McCallum; Aborigine Mis sion School, Mrs. A. Mercer. Banks—jG^S. Bank. (Sergt. Rojsitor, agent), Commercial, Bank N.S.W. Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office). , Jockey, Club—president Mr. N. D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. W. Bolg or, Bourbah .A.T.C. secretary' Mr. E. A. Munro. M.U.I.O.O.F.—J., Donnelly secretary-. Progress ■ Association—J....

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CORRESPONDENCE (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

CORRESPONDENCE ; »0 : — ' . • ^ (To The Editor) 'Sir.Vr-In your issue of 17/3/30, I notice in the Shire Engineer's "report. Work of re-sheeting long lengths of gravel on the Tooraweenah road, State Highway, have progressed sat isfactory. The council's gangs, Mun to, and .Drew, have spread 1547 cubic yards, making a total of 3829 cubic yards. I bog to challenge the truth of th:s statement. The spreading of 2547, cubic yards, i2 yards "to the chain; would cover a distance of 1 milc,:41 .chains 7 cubic yards. Now, the length of gravel spread by. Munro and Drew up to date, 6 mile 49 chain and. 8. mile 1G chain, making a total of .65 chains—a deficit of 56 .chain 7 cubic yards. I have seen a measure ment, taken of work done on this road —Contractor Walker, 1 mile 7(j chain1 9 cubic yards .of gravel spread 1881 .cubic-• yards; :Purness and Cang, 2C-. •c-f.:i«:.: gravel 240 cubic yard- • Munro and Ircw, 65 chain; gravel, 7S0 cubic yards; .making a total: 290! - cubic, yards—a deficit of - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Illll mijg SET When you feel . s S yourself all | = of a dither EE SS Don't vex yourself with further 555 SS5 worry about what to get. Take . M NERPHOS TONIC E It will toon get you right 5-2 — Price 3 b — U Joiin Payten g ■ ■ ■ T'-.e Chemist m GULARGAMBONE SS5. S25 Phone. 107 555 Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil II Eyes Wagat Testing ? jj Consult il John Payten :: m.p.s. :: The Chemist nt GULARGAMBONE jj' "Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. .. All orders promptly attended to and 'delivered. , Supplied to any length at shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. J.W.HAWKINS, >; Munnell St., .Oulargambonc. . P.O. Box 30. -i'aone ,110.

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A NEW BOOK ON CAPTAIN COOK By An Australian Author [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

A NEW BOOK ON CAPTAIN COOK By An Australian Author Sir Joseph' Garruthers has been for years past collecting- material with regard to the death of Captain Cook at Hawaii, and also in regard to cer tain slanders "'which have been circu lated in America and elsewhere and which reflects on the, fame and repu tation of Captain Cook. These slanders: have been current in many parts of the English-speaking world for .150 years; and have lost nothing in .the telling. It seems strange that no one of the British race has thought fit to refute these-slanders, but has allowed the memory. of.< Cook to remain under a cloud." of misrepresentation and mis understanding.1" Hence Sir Joseph Garruthers set himself' the" task of clearing.away all these clouds around ihe memory of the' great discoverer of Australia. It has- been six years', "work,*' car ried on through the Pacific, and the result' will be .found, in a publication which'is now iii'thc;press of the groat English publisher, John...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

just arrived. GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality fmost. Full stock , re >rds, pianola rolls, ■II.M.'VL .Portable and oilier models, , Golfing Material on hand; Famous Kro-Flite Golf; Balls. _ Hairilrcssmjr-Saloon.' Billiards. ; jLES. ellicott • IJOUiillAl! - gulargambone dentist Mr. J. Briffa, gilganclra Will visit Gulargambone, every Wednesday afternoon, and may be consulted at Wavnock's Hotel, Gular gambone, fi'om, 2 p.m. till .5 p.m.

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Transferred [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Transferred /■ After carrying- out the duties of Station: Master at Bin'naway in a high 'ly-efficient manner for the past three years,. Mr.-; Gcorgb I-Iarvey has receiv ediadvice of his transfer to -Wolling 'ton. ■ ,

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