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LIGHT CAR CONTEST Grand Prix at Cowes [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

LIGHT CAR CONTEST Grand Prix at Cowes What is .regarded as- the most im portant Light Car ■ Contest in the Southern' '"'Hemisphere was held at' Cowes, Victoria, on March 24th, be fore 10,000 spectators. Groat interest was onvineed in the •Growl Prix, which was competed for by a large field of-•• 23' • eontestatits. nine of the competitors passed the finishing post. ■ Tho winner of this race, W. ■Thompson (N.S.W.), who used Plume Motor Spirit in his supercharg ed Bugatti, covered the distance of:! 200 miles in 3 hours (> minutes. Ho vva.i an easy firs:. At times he lap ped at over 70 miles per hour, easily boating the lap record for this, course T'h's is Vemarkablc time in view of the fact that the course includes four very severe • right-angle bends, sev eral hills and in lew places is there a. really good surface. Moreover, at no pari: of'tlie course is there straight of more than 2 miles. The only other contestant who used Plume put up an extremely meritori ous performance in v...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET Merri Merri Again [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

CRICKET Merri Merri Again j.v On Sunday• last; the 'Merri Mevri i team was. at home to West Coonam I blc and fully maintained its reputa i tion for consistency and close finishes I by defeating the visitors by 5 runs. ' Derailed.scores are as follows:—.v. COONAMBLE^lst INNINGS W. CoIIess, c j. Donohue,;b M. - i fDoncthu^e, . 17 i P. Bassett, Ibw, b' M. Donohuc 3 M. West, run out 17 A.' Purdy, c M. Donohue/ b J. ' . Rowlings 9 II. Bassett, b M.. Donohue 2 Vass, c Nutt,. b Rowlings • 1 D. Parrel], c. J. Peacock, b A. Donohue ,25 Reinhard, c J. Peacock, b M. •Donohue -11 Bailey, b' J. Donohue ;■■:■ 0 J. Bassett, not oat - 1 T. Purdy, b • T. Kilby 7 Sundries 10 Total ' 112 I Bowling:—M. Donohue 4-37;, J . j Rowling's 2-24, A. Donohue 1-7, 3. | Donohue: 1-19 T. Kilby 1-7. -:■:■•■ | MERRI MERRI 1st INNINGS 5 . Donohue, b II. Bassett 5 Rowlings, b P. Bassett 23 ■M." Donohue, c Colless, b II. I • Bassett . ■ ■ • - 23 J. Donohue, c P. Bassett, b D. j Farrell . . ... 0 j P.!. Donohue, b D. Fa...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SHEEP AND WOOL Statistician's Figures [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

SHEEP AND WOOL —.;c: Statistician's Figures The Government Statistician to-day has. issued a preliminary statement,' based on progress ^tabulations, . of sheep and wool returns recently col lected throughout the State,''but ex elusive of all Federal Capital territ ory. The response from sheep.owncrs in general was satisfactory, but, as action had been taken in regard to a number .who have not yet supplied returns; the totals given are partly, estimated, and are subject to revision when all returns are.received. "At December 21, 1929, there wore aproximately 50,740,000 sheep and Iambs in the State, compared 'with 50,515,000 the year previously, an in crease of 225,000. Approximately 515,334,000 sheep and lambs, were shonj or reserved for autumn shear ing in the current season. (1929-30) yielding 412,073-,000 lb. of. .greasy wool, giving average for the clip (including estimated crutchings), of 7-. 7 lbs. The total clip is 28,927,000 Hi . , cr .O.. G per-cept, less than for the previo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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R.C. BALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

R C. B ALL . Although only a very small number! were present there was no doubting the enthusiasm that prevailed at the meeting held on Friday evening last," 4th illst., to make arrangements for the holding of the annual R. C. Ball. Since the rumour passed around that the yearly function was being arrang ed, many enquiries as to the date has been received and those interested will be pleased ot know-that-it will eventuate on Wednesday 14th May, to be followed by a Juvenile halt and cuchre party oh the following even ing, Thursday 15th May. All will recall to mind the wonder ful success that the function was last yljBtr, '<iotJi .financially and socially and the various committees are work-' ing assidious)/- with the object of making this; year's . effort an even more ' outstanding success. Taking into consideration the general depres sion existing throughout the district, the' committee unanimously decided to revert' to the same prices as last •year, viz. gents 10/-, and ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

GENUINE TANK-SINKING PLANT i OR TANK SINKING AND ROAD MAKING. "Champion" Heavy-Duty Unbreak able .Steel Beam Plows.—In models 63, 64, 65, 06, 07, and 60. Weights /rom.901b to 3151b "CHAMPION" RABBIT PLOWS Specially made for ploughing out Rabbit Burrows. Drag Scoops." Fitted with renewable runners. Made in sizes:— No. 8, ;;capacity 3 cub. ft; No. 2, capacity 5 cub. ft; No. 1, capacity 7 cub. ft;No. 0, capacity 10 cub. ft. Will outJnofc 2 or 3 of °.ny other make. Armstrohg-XIoIIand Limited, 4 Bridge street, Sydney. Local Agents: Western Stores. MARBLE BUTCHERY 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 Registered No. 124 in (he A.L.W.B. Association. d « * « The Ewes of the above Stud were purchased' from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Specia...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Coming of Age Party [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Coming of Age. Party It must have been a great and un doubted pleasure to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferguson of Munnell Street , to see such a nUmber of guests attend "the coming of age party arranged in honour of their daughter, Dorric, as j she'is popularly known as at their j residence. on Tuesday evening of last] week. - The function was a brilliant success .in every way and_v.aH , who> were present enjoyed therakelvs 'to* the full extent'.S The night was^rath er cool for games out of doors,-.but of the -guests(throughout ,thesnight. dancing and games held the interest The host of the evening was the re cipient of many valuable and prptty presents; all of which will serve: to re mind hpr af the memorable day. After, all had -partaken of a dainty supper, Mr. Bolger in a few well chos en words wished the hostess very, pleasant memories of her 21st birth day on behalf of those present; He' said' that'since coming to .Gulargam bone some years ago he had met Miss Ferguson ■ practically. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Announcing new Autumn! Wiifsr Ga o V \J> %Jr SacKeci ov ii1 amotis . k? $ 8 * own icesafiisippsin • a--* 5frSJfifcffiff'fcS JAVA j'DOWN QUILTS, Full Size '. ...12/6 JAVA DOWN QUILTS, Penciled and Plain Centres ., . . . . 20/-, 21/'-. REAL EIDER DOWN QUILTS, Latest Patterns, 27/6, 37/6. WHITE BLANKETS, Wool, Free of Fillings, (8/4) 24/6 and 27/6; (9'4) 33/6 and 37/6, (10/4) .• 42/, (11/4) 50/-, 60/-, 70/ CQLOURED' .BLANKETS, (8/4) 23/6, 25/-, (9/4) 32/6, 35/-, (10/4) 37/6, ' 42/6. ONKAPARINGA, All Wool, Travelling Rugc Hea vy Weights, 72 x 60 22/6, 27/6, 32/6 ESMOND BUNNY RUGS, Plain Scalloped and Silk Bound Edges, 6/6, 7/6,., 11/-, 15/6. DRESS MATERIALS, Latest Shades, in a big Vari- • ety. LADIES' CARDIGANS, PULLOVERS, & SPORTS JERSEYS, in Newest and Latest Patterns. MEN'S SWEATER COATS, PULLOVERS, LUM BER JACKETS. A Wonderful Range of Plain and ^Fancy Patterns. LADIES' & MEN'S LEATHER COATS, at Special Prices. MEN'S FAY TWEED OVERCOATS, in Plain and Beet Backs, ...

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Football Club Sports [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Football Club Sports Sportsmen and all interested in the doings of the football club will be pleased to know that the sports ■ the club contemplated holding will even tuate on Wednesday, 30th April. The sports will comprise athletic events, endurance tests, bike riding, and num erous other events. The committee" met again on Tuesday night last, to make further arrangements for the day. With the possibility of Gular gambone being in a Gilgandra asso ciation it is hoped that the town and country folk will do thein best to make the sports an outstanding suc cess. It is some considerable time since a days sports was held in Gular gambone, but judging by the success that has crowned other town's ef forts, there is.no reason to doubt that the local sports will be "likewise. Programmes jj'rc being distributed throughout the district, but any one can obtain cop'-fs on application to'Mr. J. T. Clarke, C/o Permewan Wright Ltd. Gular,- phone 1, or Mr. P. S. Hawkins, Central Stores, Gulargam bo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Stock For Agistment [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Stock For Agistment At the present time, there is a large number of stock in the Gular gambone district on agistment. One local firm of Stock and Station agents leased 7 properties in two days, and as much as £50 per month per thous and sheep is being paid for some properties |lhat fjte t>eing Tweaked. This is indeed a contrast to this time ! last year, at which time the drought had just broken and relief furnished for a time. .

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucki ng and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGAKDPtA. . Afc-bnt for Royal Insurance Co. ' MILLER & JAMES ■ Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agea'ls. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA' (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Coooer's Famous Dip; The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. Loa is negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold securay at Lowest,, Rates of Interest. Printed find Published by II. E. 0. ^ CAMPBELL, .sole proprietor, at his printing works, Miller Street, Gilgan dra, New South Waes. '■ - A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings. GiLGANDRA SAWMILLS R. J. NELSON PROPRIETOR ' BEST QUALITY CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN ANY QUANTITY LARGE STOCKS OF JOINERY & MOULDING ALWAYS ON HAND AGENTS FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paint* and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT THE GIFT PROBLEM S...

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Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Tennis t ■The loffic.al opening of the tennis club for. this season took place on' Saturday afternoon' last, when there was a large number present to give the season a kick off. The Presi dent' (Mr. C. B. Brown), officially opened the season; and trusted that; members would, do their utmost, to put (he Gulargambono club well on the map during the coming season. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies'. . ■

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

GILGAjNDRA rainfall Appended is a table showmprthe monthly rainfall! at Giisandra since,', 1SS3. At our request the '.figures were supplied: by the Government Meteorologist,.and are therefore correct. GILGANDRA.—bat., 31 d<3R. 42 mill. ; Lon^., .148 deff. 41 min. Jan ) i''eb j iVlch | Apl | My | Junj Jly ] Aug-1 Sep |_(Jct i.883 — ' 30 318 128 427 49 120 36(3 7(57 279 221 09 200 (582 111 4 228 101 19 22 285 72 304 35!) 85 229 489 530 11)12 1 31 134 20 215 ,01 332 335 53 178 ■ 213 235 0 48 89 118 133 449 1929 h 88 50. 121 21 439 379 108 738 140 70 108 209 500 j 50 099 05 359 143 49 0 44 45 160 291 91 31 057 54-7 0 320 107 271 454 7. 114 78 43 • 89 145 00 39 0 171 140 "148 0 332 145| 48 65|302 1 72(200 100 I 119 | 48 274 ,5 701 I 364 1 170 435 t171 40 384 840 11 123 91 0 86 493 282 71 179 278 222 300 285 225 95 407 23 1'02 230 403 54 9 225 20. SO 0 209 2 125 18 110 «00 1G0 13!l 337 | 503 44 | 248 251 I 0U9 307 I 4S3 516|499 355 | 285 US 207 500 43 130 . 0 0 229 204 285 0 01...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Weather [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Weather Those who had the courage to predict a change, following on Mon day's signs, found their prophecy^ correct, for steady-rain cominehcsd on Tuesday morning. ■ Up to the time of writing about 30 points hud been registered, but the weather was still unsettled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Enquire at local Agency- regarding^ LAY-BY ACCOUNTS for special object „ GOVERNMENT fljL SAVINGS BANK - of N.S.W. Head Officei 4S-5C sfevKTIN PLACE.-SYDNEY V. J. KELLY- Local Most economiccr/f Manti/nctured in Sydney hy WEARPROOF HOSIERY LIMITED Wholesale only by WEARPROOF HOSIERY (SALES) LTD. F.velnliSli St. near Cleveland SC. Reillcrn. I'lionc Red. 508. ■afjvxw-.'TinrMIT.) s,«^i3a^3r» New ¥S®t©s?" Talking Machine Noted for Glorious Tone, Marvellous Reproduction, Superb W or kmanship, Artistic Finish. Hear and Judge for Yourself Catalogue« Free. Table Model * Home Upright Console • Grand • - £19 - ,£29/10/0 - jC45 • j£50 Sold (or Cub' M Easy Terms i>f mm ^^i'sHcad atBroaWM M<n . when the p surry jJUis. NlchoUs. Bite«^^i^ J AVOID THIS IN YOUR HOME! EVERY year accidents involving serious injury occur through falling ceilings. Banish this danger from your home—instal Wunderlich art metal ceilings throughout. Artistic, yet not costly, you can placc them over the present p...

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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Golf Members of the Gularganibonc Golf Club journeyed to Gilgandra f jv the official opening of that club and expressed themselves as being well satisfied of the success that attended their efforts. They speak very high ly of the hospitality extended to them by their Gilgandra rivals. Mr. D. B. Hungerford was successful in a Straight Handicap, returning a card of 30 nett. (His actual score was-35, with a handicap of 5). Mr.'N. O. j 'ingsley secured a 2nd in another j handicap, returning a nett score' of 34. On Sunday next, the official op ening takes place at Tooraweenah, and -GulargambOTie should he well represented at this event. '

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A POWERFUL CRITICISM "Joyriding to Bankruptcy." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

^ POWERFUL CRITICISM "Joyriding to Bankruptcy." One of the most frank find daring j ci-iticisms of economic conditions in Australia, which should command the keenest interest of ■■every! thinking man, is "Joyriding to Bankruptcy," a new publication, -by( Joseph Hamlet, B.A., B.Sc. "Tariff-Mad—Work Shy," he boldly describes our country's ad ministration upon the, cover, and en deavours to prove his assertion in what is described as "drastic, trench ant and virile criticism of Australia's economics." It is all that, and more. I Pew books have been published in. recent years that can more jusl'y. claim the earnest attention of any man who considers himself a thinker, or to have knowledge of politics or economics," and ' it is especially valu able to the man who seeks this wis dom to place him on a plane equal with his fellows. Though we cannot agree with his opening scorn of "able editors," who are not entirely as heartless and ava ricious as he describes, we must, ap plaud many of his...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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P. and A. Show and Sports Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

P. and A. Show and Sports Carnival Secretary Mr Norman Kingsley ad vises that arrangements are well in hand'for the holding of the show and sports' carnival on the 23rd and 24th May, and the schedules will be avail able as soon as the Trotting Club ap proves of the programme., One of the most attractive programmes is being presented and favoured with good weather, the two days sports should be "red letter days". In the athletic events, a 100 yards Sheffield handicap, with th.9 1st prize £10, should attract a good field and run ners are expected from Gilgandra, ' Coonamble, Dubbo, Wellington, Bara dine, and Mudgee.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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JIM DOOLEY TELLS ONE A Versatile Barber [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

JIM DOOLEY TELLS ONE A Versatile Barber The other day in his caravanserai at Lithgow, a coterie of customers, including' the ex-Premier .of-the State were talking about barbers—the good ones and the bad ones they had come across. When it came to Mr. Doo ley's turn, he handed out the 'follow ing:— In a western town, a commercial traveller, finding himself wanting a shave, fell into the hands of the only barber the town possessed, and a newcomer at" that. The barber lath ered him up, but in his nervousness nicked his customer nearly every time he drew the razor .across his face. Then, to' stop the bleeding, he pasted small picces of paper over the cuts. When the barber offered him the change of a shilling,, the traveller said, "No, old jnian; you keep the change. It was^worth more tha^ a bob to be shaved by such a versatile artist as you are. Why man," he concluded, "the . town ought to be proud of- you—you're a barber, but cher, and paperhanger all in one."

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THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From N.R.M.A. • The N.jR.M.A. says that in order to eliminate vthe existing- level cros sing on the "Great Westtirn Highway near Bowenfels ralway station a de viation'is under construction to pass beneath the railway by means oil a subway. This ' is not yet open to iraflic. - ' it is stated that 100,000 people in Italy make their living in the auto mobile industry. The ear exports are the fourth largest of. I-'lay's ex port?, and one in every two cars is w'nfc out of the country. Footpaths made up .with a green colored. ••top-dressing are a feature o," some main roads in Shropshire, •England.. At high: it is easier than usual to distinguish between them arid .the road surface itself. : Seven new safety, zones will be made on trannvays in Melbourne as '•a;-result of a recommendation. org the traffic arid. building regulations com mittee to the City Council. . Glaring and inefficient headlights ■are.-., resp'ons:We- for many' accidents, says the N.11.M •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO ¥QU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE - YOUR ^OV£Rl£3iNG ANNOUNCEMENT OTHESS WOUI^D EE READING IT ALSO ? iikdveriislng 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 quality—you Lay the confidence of its readers in your product. ADVERTISING COVERAGE- ' , ■ji GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER/^ W • (The Pick of the West and the Uorfch-Wesi.) .jr 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 v cent reduction will- be allowed. k CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage of 40,000 square miles. THE .FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY"—*V'uhlisb Pd every Thursday afternoon.. Vm Gilgandra "Cfistlurengh" and- iM jii • • dooran . "News" arc issued • with • V "The;. Weekly," ;so4iliat advertisers', wil...

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