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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

GILGANDRA RAINFALL . • Appended is a table showing the monthly* rainfall at Giigandra sinco 1883. At our request - the figures were supplied by the Government Meteorologisf," "and are therefore correct. • GILGANDHA.—Lat.. 31 deg. 42 mill. ; Long.,' 148 deg. 41 min. 1883 ' ■ _ 145 48 19 154 37 I 1884 30 50 65 302 72 266 235 72 - 91 1885 318 121 100 119 48 274 31 20 95 1886 128 21 ,5 701 171 364 176 337 568 64 1887 427 439 435 •44 248 251 609 53 1888 49 379 40 0 163 74 34 0 168 1889 120 108 307 483 546 361 90 236 110 -1890 300. 738 616 499 376 459 225 125 373 1S91. ■707 140 355 285 163 364 354 332 321 1892 225 70 55 118 363 148 467 92 347 1S93 279 108 384 267 556 284 255 250 121 1894 221 269 840 560 80 265 128 161 170 .1895 506 - 56 11 43 125 123 45 78 178 1890 09' 099 "123 130 368 173 158 127 42 -1897 290: 65 91 0 136 273 404 155 3 0 LI 1896 :682 359 0 0 120 317 40 250 75 1899 194' 143 86 229 14 216 115 234 294 1900 22S: ; 49 493 204 265 238 178 23 126 1901 101 ■=• 0 282 285 279 92 S...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. AND C. ASSOCIATION Special Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

jP. AND C/. ASSOCIATION i Special Meeting x I / . - A rpccial meeting,,.,, of the Gular gambone Paren s and Citizens' Associ a'rion'was held on Wednesday week last, lGth inst.j to make arrange'mcnts for the celebi-ating of .Empire Day in appropriate manner. Those present werei-Mesdames McEwen (chair), M. Herring, Blackman, Thomas, - W. P. Ferguson, R.. Ferguson, Sutton, Simp son, Byrne, . A . Smith, Hitchcn; •• li. Smiili,. Carson; Miss Richards ..and Messrs. "McCallum and . Burton; Ap ologies were received fi'om.Mesdamos Kingsley, j. . L.- Ferguson,' Winter; Wicks, Donohue, McDonald, Munro; Miss Skuthorpc and Mr. Munro/ The-minutes of the iast general meeting were confirmed on the mo tion of Mr. Burton, seconded by-Mr. McCallum. , The invitation received from Gil-, gandra to join them in celebrating Empire Day was not accepted, and a motion- to this effect, moved by Mi'. McCallum, seconded by Mrs. R. Fer guson, was carried. ■ After discussion it was decided to celebrate Empire Day ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

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Orange Blossoms [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

L - Orange Blossoms | A very pretty wedding.,was cole-! , brated at Rowena, when Miss Jessie j j Lawleiy sixth daughter of the late j ■ Mr. &nd Mrs. W. -Lawleiy- of "O'o.i- I | coe," Rowena, was united in the | holy bonds of matrimony wi'.h Mr. -'Charles R. Cooper, eldest son of Mr. ! and Mrs. E. Cooper, of Floyd Street, I ■ Coonamble. The Rev. Father I-lis ' cox, of Wee Waa, officiated. '

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THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

THE MOTOR WORllD )!:!5 News, and Notes From The N.R.M.A. ' . I The N..R.M.A. is arranging, witli the Government Tourist' Bureau, subr ■ jeefc .to- the. demand being' sufficient, for a series of. organisedmotor ex cursions to Mt. Kosciusko'as .from tHo dare of the opening of. the new i,Chalet-|at .Charlotte's Pass . <0035 ifeet); ins-May. . - , The Province of Quebec in Canada had insufficient money for-separating roads and railways at dangerous in tersections, and despite saEatv .cam paigns motorists were frequently kil led. Legislation sv&a- .•thon--passed ■•Joctoo'nrf that 'motorists should, come ■to'-a /all stop at every crossing. As t>. result, of ..enforcement, rf the law I he re were 30; 'ewer deaths in the la?.: five months-cf...-1029'con.pa "5d ,to a similar period of 1928. The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland has not; relinquished its efforts.; towards-• securing relief for motorists from '■ tHb • .irksome clauses of the out-of-date' traffic regulat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT MOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? 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 quality—you buy 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 \vill be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage ■ of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY"— l'liblish ed 'every .Thursday tafternoon. vi'h&, Gilgandra "Castlercagh" and -Mar.' doorain "News" are.-issued;jwilh-v "The Weekly," so thatadvertisevs will reach readers of three...

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Fine Reduced [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Fine Reduced It .will be-.remembered .that last month, Mr.. Tom Wotton, Dubbo man *ager,for Leeds Bros., of Orange, was fined £200 for, omitting to renew his auctioneer's license. The. fine being a statutory one, the,P.M. could not do otherwise than inflict it, and Mr.. Wotton handed over his chequc to satisfyithe demands; of the law; How ever, representations to vhea*dq«arrers in-Sydney have had the effect of the fine being reduced to £5. •.

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Jury Fails to Agree [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Jurv Fails to Agree The jury in the case in which Paul Meriiel was charged .with having mur dered James Smith, or Arthur Soren son, returned into Court at the Nar-, rabri Sessions after having been lock ed up all night, and intimated tvMr. Justice James that.they were unable to arrive at a verdict. His Honour discharged the jury and remanded Moniel to the next .sitting ot the Narrabri Supreme Court or any other Cour.fc appointed l(y the Attorney General .

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Worked at a Loss [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Worked at a Loss Replying to a question in the Leg- . islative Assembly recently, the Min ister for Mines said that the Stute Government had spent £15,191/18/2 on the working of Rothbury colliery from the time of the opening till April 5. In that period 18,445 tons of coal had been extracted', fronj. the mine, ■ which was disposed of for £14,704/13/10. The expenditure ex ceeded the receipts by £487 over the whole period.

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HOSPITAL COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

HOSPITAL COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES . The following rules were adopted by the Gilgandra Hospital'Board, at their meeting held .in the -Institute on , Tuesday night, April 22nd:— 1. The management of the fund shall be in the hands of the Hospital Board for the time being, 2. The Board may in discretion appoint a benefit.fund sub-commit-! tee of the board for the purpose of administering the affairs of the fund. 3. The object of the fund is to promote an assured and constast flow of revenue to the hospital. 4. No contributor who 'is financial position to pay for private or intermediate accommodation and treatment shall be admitted to the public wards of the hospital. • 5. Payment-by any person '.'of-1/ per week will entitle such person or any dependent of such person to free ihospi'tal trea|ment during ■:> any ill ness or incapacity which may cause them to be admitted as patients to the hospital. A dependent shall in clude the :wife: or husband/and any child under the • age of 1...

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Federal Minister's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Federal Minister's Visit Mr. A. Blakley, labor represent ative for the Darling Electorate, visit ed Gulargambone th's week and on Monday evening gave an interesting address to a large and appreciative audience. He outlined the Labour Government's policy in regard to the tariffs, and stated that the State Go vernments in dismissing railway men were not co-operating with the Fed eral Government in trying to raise Australia from the present financial depession. He asked the. people . to give very favourable consideration'to voting " yes" on air three questions" in the Federal Referendum in July; Mr.. Blackley stated that he would be' pleased if anyone in the^ district; who:; had a grievance in regard to -affairs" coming under the control of the •Fed oral Government, would •- bring the . matter under his notice. Mr.. Blakley ; concluded by thanking, his many sup porters for their confidence in elect ing him at the last election'when lie himself was on a -sick' bed. A hearty vote of than...

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FOOTBALL NOTES (By Goal Post) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

FOOTBALL NOTES (By Goal Post) Oir Sunday last Gilgandra footbal Jers v'sited* EunVungerie,' -and 'in a match against the locals, were defeats ed. by the narrow margin of -11 to -J 0 'after a ding dong bat tie..- The visi tors h.nd much the better of- the, early,, pait of the game and initiated num erous fine passing'bursts, the leather travelling the full- width-of the- field on several occasions, r f After several willing attempts to cross -their" op, porienis' line,, Gilgandra's' efforts were rewarded when Ryan scrambled over, for a nice try; which Match.att converted. Shortly .. after J. Dohnt scored.for Eumungerie, but the kick at goal weni along the ground. At the'- interval .the; score was 10 to 0 in favour of the visitors, Clarke scoring a' try and Matchett goaling fin* Gilgandra and G: Leslie register ing a try for Eumungerie. . After the interval the localsplayed much better and kept the visitors busy defending their lino. Gilgandra 'were unlucky: no; to score on several oc...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Cricket The last cricket match of the sea son will be played on Sunday next on the local ground, when the local team will defend the Goldsy Cup against Combara. The locals won the cup in a most exciting match .from Combara some few weeks ago, and this match, promises to be equally as thrilling. The game w:ll commence at 10 a.m. and the selectors have chosen the I best team available to represent Gul ■.argambone, and they are "confident of , retaining the handsome p:ece.of silver ware. The team is: W.. Sutton,' H.! Lewis, Snr.; S. Saunders, N. Sutton,:! H. .Lewis, Jnr., M. • Richardson, 'Ji Sutton, R. Lewis, J. Clarke, L. Lemon, E..' Lemon. Mr. G. Scott was selected umpire and Mr. K.. Perguson scorer.

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OWNED BY SMALL HOLDERS Studebaker's Company Stock 25,596 Shareholders on Books [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

OWNED BY SMALL' HOLDERS Studebaker's Company Stock 25,596 Shareholders on ■ . BooliS ' ' ■ - ■. Quite accumulation of Studebaker American stock.by a widely diversi fied, group is i/idicated by the rapid increase, m common stockholders .who numbered 25,590 at the beginning of • 1080, "compared with 10,239 a year ago. „ ' This increase of 9,357 .stockhold ers has- been most rapid during re cent months. The nufnber of share holders has continued'!^ increase and the total reached 28,000- by the middle of. • February: Preferred stockholders decreased from 915 to 845 during 192G. ; ■ . ; ' . . At their January meeting,.'Stude baker directors declared adividend of 1.25 dollars per share on the, cwn ■mon- stock and 1.75 dollars per shth-e: on the preferred stock," payable \0" stockholders of recordi at the close of business on February 10. This- is the sixt'eth consecutive quarterly dividend on the common stock and the seventy-sixth consecu tive .quarterly dividend on the pre ferred stock. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

COLLIE WORKERS \. LEAGUE A meetin£.vof subscribers to the Collie Women porkers League will be held in the CoHje Hall, on Satur day May 3, at 3 F. BROPHKjT, hon sec. N. STEW ART, Ban treas. LOST ' Between Co^inanible and Dubbo a ICapoi rug. Reward of £1 on return ng to THIS OFFICE. ■V - X. RETURN THANKS ' We desire to' tender our sincere thanks^to^Dr. Peet, Matron and staff .of the Gilgahdra District Hospital for their k'ndriess and devotion, also to all friends foKtheir expressions .of-sympathy and flon*Ltributes in our accent sad bereavement^ • W. H. Anderson £&yl family. Film-Free Teeth There is now. a way lo quickly lighten cloudcd - teeth. Tender gums,; too,"'are firmed ; given the healthy cqral colour .that, is necessary to set white teeth o(T.- . - Run your tongue across your teeth and you'll feel a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices ; won't; successfully I combat it. .That's, why voiir' teeth have | remained " off-iblour-'''Ve'g'a'rdless of .-what yo...

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BOXING Welsh Gets Decision Hard Fight With Lee Brander (From Broken Hill Exchange) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

. BOXING Welsh Gets Decision Hard Fight With Lee Brander (From Broken Hill Exchange) Although the house was a fair one, both the boxing committee of the Trades Hall Trust and the principal fighters should have been better re warded than they were on Saturday night, for the bill of fare was such as to surfe.'t the most exciting of fight fans.- From the first gong which sent the fikiit pair '.of preliminary boys into action to the last gong, which saw the end of the thrilling encouritei' between the principals there was nothing but the excitement of action of that of anticipation. •In the im^in boult iLce. Brander (Tooraweenah), 9.10, had a consid erable advantage dn height over, the stockily built Freddy'Welsh (Wales), 9.12, and in consequence, much of 'the fighting was done at close range. Brander did the leading practically thi'oughout the fight, but up to round eight Welsh was clever enough to avoid most of the opening lefts wh'-ch were sent out to him, and would then go in to fin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

!! ! j: II is\ H 11> CLARR Tailored Suits' are • ■ < . Men. who have their suits tailar«4 ■ to. order here ore~a»sured of th« • ultimate in Tailoring :»tyle "con • reclness. . ; )' In addition, they secure Tailoring value that has 116'equal elsewher* in the district—a value that be comes 'more apparent after th* suit has been.; worn for a fete months. We do not cut quality ta meet tha den.and of a low pri'cu, hut w* can safely say that our Tailored to-order suits give the greatest Tailoring satisfaction -.-lasihl* to obtain. Joseph A. Clark • »rhtUadingWt*l«n Tailor COON AMBLE V HP*hink what a motor car must be, to modern comfort assurances as hydraulic set such a record as Studebaker's' shock absorbers. Erskine Six. A thousand miles in 984 v • i • • • consecutive minutes—an average of , n 0 lC , S so painstakingly fitted better-than a mile a minute! that y°u drive k sa£cly at 40 miles' Think of that motor car riot as one, but ™>«^ven when brand new-j-and ■ at• as o...

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CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES .-Hillside 11 a.'m; To.oraweenah 3 p;in; ■ Gilgapcira 7.30 pirn. Minist er: Rev. T. Eurfyl Jones.

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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 Appended is a table showing thomonthly rainfall at Gulargpmbone since 1887. .At our request the figures were'supplied by the Government Meterologist, and are therefore correct." Year 1887 .1888 1889 J.890 :> 6'Jl .1892 iiiio •.1304 '0G ;~f)7 1898 1899 1000 1901| 1902 1903 1904 1905 !9CG 1907 i'908 •1909 '!910 "■2 ■ :) ,,91.4 [915 1916 Pts, 203 926 40 135 242 90 1053 .45 485 125 13 13 13 264 302" 76 6 668 661 18 329 58 204 366 0 58 177 38 124 9 93 40 1 321' 190 48 3 Mar. Apl. May .Tun? July Aug. Sept. Oct Nov Dec* .Y,ear Pts. Pts. Pts. PtF. P.s. Pts. Pts. Pts. /Pts. :Pt'3 i lJls. 372 72 39] 115 ■280| 361 28 155| 118| 7771 -S14S 210 40 llOl 30| — — — . ■ — ■'— i '_ -j —— • 263 54S 703 .343 193 335 543 455 494 360 . 4597 753 339 401 653 175 245 282 115 • 57 133 4562 469 212 145 296 187 282 260 137 110 123 3150 187 160 315 -153 218 39 . 283 267 258 222 .2301. 415 - 90 550 . 371 217 281 52 ; 30 184 18 2665 908 385 90 . 168 '■24 ' 175 ■'135 155 80 263...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

CHURCH OF CHRIST 'Sunday, April -27th:—-Sunday School Anniversary. Gilgandra 3 p.m "A Ball." 7.30 .p.m. "Repairing a Deserted Castle". Special singing by '■the scholars. A". R. Lloyd, Evange list. ■ .

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