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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

NOTICE 'OF' ELECTION.—In >thc' Supreme Court of New South SValss, Probate .1 urisd.ction.—In tho dstatc of LESLIE KOS3 BENSLEY, late of Gilgandra, in the S.ate ■' of. 'Ncw South Wales, ClcrgymajV'who.^dl'ed 18th day of June, (Will-dated 16th day .of February, J.026).—Talw notice .that ..the Public Trustee has this day. elected to adminster the es-r': tate of the above-named cleceasedy: '•(iurantc dementia" for-the use-and; benefit o"f the' executrix, Mabil Bm\s. ley, limited until she. shall become .of sound' mind, and all persons having claims against the sa d' estate ; nuraV Tendcr the. same, in 'derail to. the un dermentioned before the 10th day .of January, I960. Dated this 2nd day of December, 1929.—E. J. PAYNE, Pub-" lie Trustee, Culwuila Chambers, Cas •tlereagh Street,-Sydney. • - PROPERTY SALE Saturday, December 7tli, at 3 p.ni* . , A. TOWNSEND & SON will sell on account of Mr. A. C. Bd'ley,' on above date, immediately after offering Mr.' W, Tibbtfs' property, Cot...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WOOLSHED BLOWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WOOIiSHED BLOWN UP. While A. ;Frape„ of Mill thorpe, was.^iay'nfr off his shearers, who had ^completed a^.rifnW.of 7000 sheep,. thehvboIiihed waB noticed to be, on fire. With the- assitniicc 'of., cne shearers'the flames we're Rot under control, -but ruddon'y a drum contains ing 42 gallons of kerosene exploded, completely shattering and • "wrackintr ■the bnijding, ^hich burst info flames. ^.'pcfriaoTj pi. the roof of the Engine 5hed' was foon'^ h'aif a mile a-ray."

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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DISTRICT WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

DISTRICT WOOL. Rat cs for all classes of wool were practically without change at Mon day's Sydney auction. Winchcoiribe, Carson". Ltd. report that they secured A. McLeod Wilson, Gulargambone, fleece 14ld, 133d, pieces 93d;'G.'.ll. Ooloss, GuLar, fleece 14i\d, J. V. Mul ligan, Baradine, comeback, 144d. m» r'no 14 d; M. T. -Deans, Coonabara bvan, l?d; E. .T. Johnstone, Coonam ble, 13Jd, 13Jd, 12Jd, pieces' lWr W. J. Ml' Cookson, Coonamble, 131d, 12d; H; J. Thorn, Gilgandra, 123d; 0. Cafe, Quambone, 121d; S. Tym, Coonamble, 12id; II. W. Long, Arm ati-f.o, 12d, and F. S. Howard, Bid J don, J Id. ' '' , >}» $

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Confirmed Proof PEOPLE CANNOT DOUBT WHAT HAS BEEN TWICE PROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

Confirmed Proof PEOPLE CANNOT DOUBT \VH,VI HAS BEEN TWICE PROVED. In gratitndo for relief from neher and pains of had backs—fromdistresr Ing kidney Ills—thousands bare pub llcij recommended Doan'a Gackachr Kidney Pills, people who testified years' a.c:o, cow say the results werp ' permanent. This testimony doubly, proves the worth of Bonn's Backaclu Kidney Pills to all l<idney s;nfferen>. Mrs, TV. Butlsr, Mundooran Street CoonatnW". West, fays: "As the rosul* of my kidneys beiiv,' disordered, I war afflicted with backache and rlieumalk palne all over rny tody. No on' knows the agony. I suffered, and t'only hope I shall never•hare a return or the complaint. My back ached fer rlbly, and ""'lien t stooped, the torture 'was almost more than I could b^ar I tried various kidney remedies in tb' hope of & 'Uinii well asain, but nti *r the time of taking Ooan's Backnoh/ Kidney l'llls, nothing save me any rr lief. These Pills acted splendidly, fiv bottles restorlnf: my ....

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SYDNEY BOURKE MOTOR RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

SYD.NEY BOURKE MOTOR RECORD. The Vacuum Oil Co. adviso that on 27th November, Mr. Ted Poole, in a new Ford sporbs roadster, was suc cessful in lowering the Sydney to Bourkemotor record by 8. minutes. '.Leav.r.g Sydney at 4 a.m., and arriv ing in -Bourke at 2.50 p.m., Poole covered the 512 miles in 10 hours 50 minutes at an average speed of 46.8 , miles per hour. Plume appotenic mo tor spirit and gargoyle mobiloil were selected as the best fuel for the run. , It might, also be noted that the pre vious holder Wizard Smith has also these two products in all his speed events in this country.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

TANKS TANKS PRICES FOR TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 jaje, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; ! tap, £7. 3000 GALLON, same ^materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tops less £1/5/, and tap S/8 6Xtta All Prices Cash on Delivery. Prk63 for other tanks or for making on application. A. P. Walton, Gilgandra Phone 71. REWARD. A r«ward of £5 is offered by the Gilgandra Shire Council for infor mation leading to the conviction oi anyone breaking street lamps. R. H. TREATT, A.F.I.A., Shire Clerk. NOTICE Anyone found shooting or tres lassmg on tho properties known as 'Merlwood," and "innisfail" will be jrosecuted without respect to pei •.ons, J. D. O'BRIEN; ' "Merlwood,"' Giltcar.dri Bacon Curing by Experts. SEND YOUR PIGS 'l'O SEYMOUR BACON FAC TORY, ORANGE. OUR CHARGE lid PER LB. STOREKEEPERS Send fur priee 'ist of Bacon and Smalleoods. We can ow you moT.es LAYING AT 6 MONTHS Thii is the record of the pullets owned b? Mrs. P. V7. Wilson, of Uralla. Not con tent wit...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COBBORA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

COBBORA SHIRE. Cr. S. Yeo, of Dunedoo, referring •' to the-demands issued to ratepayers' by Cobbora's Shire Council's sfliici ^'tor, states that the discussion at '-lse council meeting arose from a differ ence of opinion between counc.llo^s and the shire clerk (Mr. Ogden), as to the interpretation of a section of the Act. The clerk, however, said no thing about resigning, and did n&t do so. Tho shire 'engnicer (Mr. Leaney) after-three years, tendered his resig nation at .the meeting, and it was accepted'with dcpn regret.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

LINE YOUR WALLS to last forever v /"\UTSIDE tad uw'ido, boild walls to your home that will staad forever; wills that keep the houte warm in winter *t»d cool faj Ktmaer; fireproof wills. Uie DURABESTOS Asbestos Cement Building Sheets. Darabeatoa sheen sire comcKwed of abesto* fibre and cement, compressed to z rocfe-Uke rtaniness They arc cbcaper than timber linings; as wwy to cut and nai'; cannot warp, flake,' bora or rot; white ant and borer-proof; tjecd not be painted* do not deteriorate. Write or call and 6ee yoor local eup- . plies. He can give yon fall particulars. VUNOBRLICH LIMITED . . Manufacturers Showrooms: Cr. Baptist 8i Cleveland StS.,Redfern, Sydney DURAB£*YO£ Asbestos Cement BUILDIMC SHEETS STOCKED BY THE WESTERN STORES & EDGLEV'S LTD. 160.000 WOMEN BUY "THEWOMAN'S MIRROR" EVERY WEEK. DO YOU? Thousands of Hoiisewive® Contribute to the "MIRROR"—WHY NOT YOU ? For that is what makes the "MIRROR" the MOST ENTERTAINING *nd MOST INFORMATIVE Woman's Paper Printed. Ther...

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WORKERS' COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WORKERS' COMPENSATION. The Governor pave assent to the Workers' Compensation Amending Act, and it becomes law on Friday. Under it persons earning moro than £550 a year are not entitled to com pensation, while a worker cajiriot now claim compensation for injuries re ceived while on the journoy to or from his work. THe total liability of 3n omployer has been made £1000 whether the worker is totally or per manontlv injured or not. Provioujly the liability was unlimited. » * » ' • ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

_ 1917 1916 1919 i^.1920 JffilfiilU ~* y/»21 ,5®~--" ^Si' 3k 1922 1Q 1924 (Vi' iPM . ' I iTiH!,, :,: •>.. •■«■•.!.!,: M VsO^Vt 2S"s6 <V7 k»s SERVICE^-'928 ?29 always! ' 11 'ui i j&a Dodge Brothers Products have b?en marketed in Australia for 15 years. More than 20,000 Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles are oper ating in New South Wales alone. The characteristic ruggedness of Dodge Brothers Products makes service necessary for more than ten years back. At our Service and Spare Parts Departments in McElhone Street we carry replace ment parts for every Dodge Brothers vehicle, regardless of age or model. It is this fact combined with the famous Dodge dependability that not merely sells Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles but KEEPS THEM SOLD. For these reasons a high re-sale value is assured in the Used Car market. Not a few of the earliest models in this State are still giving dependable service—many show mileages of more than 225,000; HARDEN and JOHNSTON LTD. 117-131 Flinder...

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DOCTOR'S INSTRUMENTS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

DOCTOR'S INSTRUMENTS STOLEN. When a Chief stole a veterinary stirgeon'B car at Parkes last week, he 'Uso took away instruments valued at £100. Some groceries and overcoat and other articles were also missing. A few days later the instruments were found in Bundsburra .Creek by a farm emnlpyeo, but 60 far nothing lias been heard of the missing car.

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WRAGGE'S TRUE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WRAGGE'S TRUE FORECAST. In, 1918.the late Clement. Wragge. forecasted that not until, 1.936. would the State enjoy good seasons all round. Ho took into c o » £ i d eratio n' tl1r physical cond:tio'n of the sun, the as tronomical ' positions- of the moo.i, ' and lunar declination, and also plan etary perturbation. A visitor to Or ange recently, from the Lower Dar ling River, and the country between thore and Broken Hill, said that Mr. Wragge's predictions for that district have been only too true. The pastor alists thereabouts are exper'encinp the greatest Hrought !n the historv o* the placo. The recent rain, which placed nine months' supply in the Umberuinberka reservoir at Broken IF1I. had no effect ■ on the pastures, and on dozens of the holdings, even those along tha river banks, thera is not a blade of grass to be seen, while what stock are alive are In an nme ciate'd condit-'on. On some of the sta tions the fand has completely covor rd the fences and many owners have 'ost every...

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GOLF PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

GOLF PATITY. A social evening vr-as h^ld at Mr. A. Skinner's residence last Thursday when the various frohpies wen during i!hc season.wore presented. Members' championship cup, donated by Dr. Mitchell, won by Mr. E. J. Honshall; Associates' eujr, donated by Mr. A. W. Bolger, won by Mrs. A. J. Skin ner; Associates' Handicap cup, do na-ted b ylfr. N. Darey, won by Miss M. HeiJer; .trophies i'or mixed lou> -eomes, donated by Dr. Mitchell, wn by Mrs. Kingslcy and Mr. W. Pea cock. Mrs. E. G..McDonnell, the as sociates' secretary, received a. presen tation from the associates of the cl'a*>. • Eyaa Bros' rup was-vo" t")tnght by ■ Mr. K. 0. Kmpslev. lv; having the •majrfm.uM .nw»b?r of jBaJrhee -during riat»d bv 'Jfr.; K. Darcy. frcm by Mi&' ad for tHia trophy .Tuesday, tho I winner defeating Mr. J. Peacock. r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

you can now buy a STUDEBAKER Straight light Sports Tourer FOR. ONLY <460 md a Straight Eight 4'Dwr Sedan at/530 A. COLEMAN, GU LARGAMBONE JL-oeaH Dealer * WM15&J cEFS£Er??a99E!i»?ni-u;?.!r. r:i: m t k i a?^Ts^?r^r-r»eE,Btw<r P. H. WAKE HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER m:STUD Regislsred No. 124 in the A.L.W-.B. Association. The Ewes of the above Stud vrnro purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined wit.-. Lincoln College Special Stud Ra»s, three of the oldest regisieml 4h:ds in New Zealand. The above Ram Lamb is only 10 months old, and eho-ws great mut ton qnallties and character. INSPECTION INVITED. Film— Enemy of Teeth To which modern den tal science *> attributes serious tooth and gum disorders Widespread dcni»l d«cor«ri« in the care o> te«th and (jum« have recently been nude T001I1 and jun trouble were found tr come lurcfly ftan > film cost that forms or. absorbs food discolouration* and breeds bacteria. Run your tongua icroeo your teeth and y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

THROUGHOUT OUR DEPARTMENTS YOU WILL FIND A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF USEFUL AND INEX PENSIVE ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR XMAS PRESENTS. is Bigger £r Brighter Than Ever The Latest Novelty Toys are here. This De partment is a real Wonderland for the Kid dies. There are Toys for Boys and Girls of all :j ages—both instructive and amusing. STATIONERY In this Department we can solve the worry of what to give your children or your best friend. We have this year imported a fine range of Picture Books, Fancy Pencil Sets, and many other useful gifts. READING BOOKS, l>y such authors aa Warwick Deeping, Rex Beach, Lou s Tracey, and A. G. Hales, ranging in priccifroir. 2/9 to 5/(5. YOUNG PEOPLE'S ANNUAL FOR BOYS—5/6 cach. THE "TOBY" BUDGET, something to thrill tho. boy—5/. CLOTH-BOUND STORY BOOKS, -with many illustrated puttee—1/3, 1/0, 2/, 2/G cach.. ALL ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS to amuserthe smallest kiddie—2/'J. ALL RAG PICTURE BOOK—1/ and 2/ cach. BOXED CHRISTMAS STATIONERY,'.attractive designs...

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HINTS TO HAND. TENDER MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

HINTS TO HAND. TENDER MEAT. When loiJinsr an old fowl or a tough p:ec: of meat add a pinch of soda or one teatpoon vinegar to th# water. This will make the meat ten der HOME-MADE MOP. 7 aVe a worr broojn apd cover neat ly with the top parts of old stock* ings. Fasten at handle and ends, then cut the old stockings into strips of even ]epr;th- and now on to the stoc king-covered part. This maybe mada as thick as desired, «ad makes a good wop. TEA FLAVOR. To change the -flavor of tea place a piece of orange or lemon cldn !n the tea caddy. Use a quarter site skin and leave it in the caddy a week. Th» skin may be changed each week. TO CLEAN CROCHET WORK. Soiled crochet work should tUTOt bo sewn to the material till it 1b clean When finished soak in a bowl of warm water to wlvch a teaspoonful oi powdered borax has ban added) and allow tp stand all night. Next dry rinse and wash in hot soapy watev in the usual way. Use only the best soap or soap powder, and rinse in two ,or three waters, a...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THOSE WESTERN LEASES. Comprehensive Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

THOSE WESTERN LEASES. i . '"n" T 1 I Comprehensive Scheme. [ Mr. Ball, Minister rcr Lands, sla j tos that he and his officers are push ing on expeditiously tvilb .the forjnu [ lation of a comprehensive plan by ( which many matters, rnajor and mi nor, affectipg the wjitern lessee an.i wool growing were oonceriied. "I can give you an absolute assur. ance that the Government is deter mined to keep every genuine holder on the land out west." jie. said, "and to keep him there under conditions that w 11 make his lot economica Iy satisfactory and bis future bright. "I have already heard representa tions from the Graziers' Assoc'ation .'and others concerned, and I shall en deavor to meet them in any reason able suggestion. What tie policy of the Govern ment will be on the vital question o$. the future of those leasee Cabinet will decide as uoov as I caa submit crystallised proposals tc it.'' COUNTRY PARTY RtfiN. Mr. A. E. Buttonfhaw (leader of the State Parliamentary pvrty) said that he was...

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SAVE BUSH KIDDIES. Rev. G. S. Drummond Breaks Down. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

SAVE BUSH KIDDIES. Rev. G. S. Drummond Breaks Down. Foi'fcy;five is the daily average of children treated in Sydney under the Far West children's health scheme for all manner of ailments, chiefly of tho eyes, nose and throat. Manly Cottage Hospital being near est of the metropolitan depot, gets ■most of the work; but Dr. Grogan, Matron Robinson, and the staff take special delight in'.adniin'sfcering to the «hy kiddies from tho west. The committee also sends out train ed nurses to cave for children in 'iVeir own homes. At present Miss Tucker is at Pallamallawa, where sbo has 25 little patients under her care for eye troubles. Miss Tucker hns had 1 (J years' experinece in the country beyond the Darling, and rnroly eonics to the city. 4 And now the founder of the sch:; ne • 'Rev. G. S. Druj>-.iiiond)lias broken down under' thu strain of organisa tion. He has had to go to Bowral for ';a.;fow. weeks' spell before gotfig ous • t6 collect the couple of hundred.chi'.d ren who -will come ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

PERSONAL. ? v "Mrs. H. E. Uricn has returned ,to Gulargambone after a few dayd sp.er: in Coonamblo >vith .mon i-i. Mr. W. Hunter, Euroica, accompa-'" ' nied by Mr. H. A. Huafor, manager "f "The Myalls," motored to Syunej' last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kir'ght are ro coi%ing congratulations on the arriva; of a son. Mrs. Knight will be remem bered as Miss Merlo Matthews. Mrs. M. K. Warnock has be-on suc cessful in a consultation to the extent of £5.. Mr. J. Rosef has resumed his po «ition after a short stay in hospical» After a few days in Sydney Mr. .1 Lews has resumed chargo of E. "0. i Aboud's store. Mtb.. Briton, who is no stranger to Gular folk, spent a few days in town during the week, prior to leaving t'or Sydney. Mrs. Brltton since leaving Gular has been conducing a busTnej.; at Bugaldi, in t'he JBarad ne d3itri;t. Mr. Loe, who, whilst in Gular was engaged in building pursuits, spent a day in Guiargambone last week, lie was acompanied by Mr. P. James. . Master W. Baker, who ...

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PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY; Irfot*- ■ ~-rr—* The Sunday school, anniversary of theT'Gilgandra Presbyter-fin Church1 was, held on Sl'f Sy last, ai' iH&rii. and; 7.30 p.m. 1; i / church was.full at 'both .sin-vices; t ji-W. Pea.'.cc, Collie, wh6. presided q jV^oniorning service, declared he was'clc^My consciojis of 'he honor co 11 fcr re\si 11 p0u"Tiim, and' "expressed his gratification at the mar ked progress of the school. The cho;r consisted of 70 children and 20 aduits A most p!easing feature of the morn ingv service was the kindergarten chil dren's hymn, in which BeHy Pagan and Gwen Miller sang alone. Reclta t'ons were given by Francis McCInre, loan Lithgowr Eva'Pagan, Nellie Pa gan, Attfol Balderston, Geo-ge Pagan, Ronald . Sliller, John W'lson, Bertie Thompson^ and Walter Turheiy So ,\os were contributed by Esmal illu.r, Mena McClure, Flora Miller and Miss _T-i.ir.ner. "Angels, ever bright and fair." was beautifully renderor by Erma Miller at the morning so-...

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