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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Golf The official opening took place at Coonamble on Sunday last, and Gular gambone was well represented. All \he visitors spent a very enoyable time and they speak highly of the hospitality they received at the hands of their rivals. The "Radiola" Cup we understand, will soon be contested for, and .matches for this handsome cup will arouse keen interest. Last season-the local club successfully de fended it against all comers.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TEAM OF SPORTS IN THE TRUE SENSE OF THE WORD Ode to Combara Cricket Club (Sung, to the fune of "Bye, Bye Blackbird." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

THE TEAM OF SPORTS IN THE TRUE SENSE OF THE WORD Ode to Combara Cricket Club (Sung, to ,the fcSune of ."Bye, Bye' r't .Blackbird.'" * Pack' up all your cricket togs, : Your team has gone right to.the dogs, Bye, • Bye Combara, • Come, around the town with me, The Gular boys are on the spree, Bye, Bye Combara, Your supporters cannot understand ' y°u, ■ What a thundering shock our stone - wallers gave you Novel- mind about the lights, We're not going home to-night, Combara Bye, Bye! : (Sung to the tune of "Mr. Gallagher ' - and Mr. Shean") Oh Mr. Gallagher, Oh Mr. Gallagher, Now what is on your mind this morn • ing, Mr. Shean For the match is fought and done, And another cup is won, v Oh, they thought they'd beat the boys ' in white and green, But Mr. Shean," But Mr. Shean, We're the greatest cricket team, You've ever seen, When they hit that ball on high, You can hear the angles cry, What Combara, Mr. Gallagher No Gulargambone Mr. Shean.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET Gulargambome Retains "Goldsby" Cup [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

CRICKET Gulargambome Retains "Goldsby" Cup Under ideal, weather conditions;, and favoured--by a large attendance, the Gulargambone Cricket Glub.^ve tained tliev Goldsby :Gup:'; from?their challengers Combara—on Sundayjlast The - match was played - on the local ground.1' Batting fast Gombara compiled the highly respectable.' score of 168. Gul argambone had ho option but to hold the fort, and at stumps the score was 5 for AO.:. Maybe Combara had 'them selves to blame in'.; a -way for-the noh return of the. cup to Combara. The matcli' was no'; started until •11.15 a.iii -and the "Combara batsmen were content'.to wait for the runs to • come in the interval before luncheon. Only 55 runs were scored before interval. •As it 'turned out. the- innings could have been closed when about 7 wick ets had fallen'. The challengers had everything ftp" £ain. and, nothing to lose in that direction by closing, t Winning ■ the toss, Combara elected to ba?, and opened with Readford and Fletcher to the bo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

PERSONAL • After, a pleasant Easter holiday at liathurst, Mr. J. D. Wilson, of Bol geiji IXU Scored, 'lias returned 'tc Gulargambone. _ - Mr. A;. W. Bolgerhas returned tc Gulargambone -after a short-holiday in Sydney, Mr. and Mrs . ' W: Goodger, - oi Gular Railway, were passengers - bj Saturday's train. : Mr. Goodgoris or his annual leave. ' Mr-and Mrs. Bert Byrne are spent ing a few days in Gulargambone.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE FEDERAL EMBARGO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

THE FEDERAL EMBARGO r The Hon. Arthur Blakeley who is touring the North-western portion of h:s electorate recently- addressed a meeting at Carinda.when ; "he . dealt with/.the drastic; measures: which the Commonwealth. Government.' had to lake in "connection %vitn„the serious trade -balance in London. Notwith standing .that £-25,000,000 worth of gold has been shipped to London, the position is'still serious inasmuch as we ' are over-importing goods 'into' Australia. Duringv-tho- last''six years imports exceeded Exports by over-. £42,000,-; 000. - Wlitfle ouiv exports and . the values of exports dropped there was no dimunition in our exports. - A na tion is in much the; same position as a. -household. If. the* wages'; coming, into the home are1 £6 per week and the housewife is spending at the rate of '£6/10/0 per week one* or all of three things are taking- place, viz, : monoy is being, borrowed, savings us ed up, or debts are being contracted with the storekeepers. Bankruptcy: ; mus...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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IN SEARCH OF GRASS A Tour of The Back Country [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

IN SEARCH OF GRASS A Tour I,of jThe Back Country Mr .'George Wheeler,, of the firm of Wheeler and Fletcher,'Narromine, has just returned from a tour of the back country in search of agistment land. The tour, extending over a week, covered 1400' miles, and took in- the following- -districts:-—Carinda, Goonamble, Gular, Quambone, War roil, Boiii'ke, Barringu.n .-and Eungo liia. It was on the Warrego that he ptrutck "good ■ ■feed, land also along Irrara Creek, which.is a'tributary of the Warrego. ■ „ <■ The recent flood waters had left the: subsoil nicely damp, and the grass was .plentiful. A mixed sample brought back in cluded native sorghum, sugar grass, nut grass; button grass, nardoo clo ver, and various other fattening gras ses of the very best. ' Mr, Wheeler secured 25,000 acres for agistment for bullocks. W:'th the exception of this country, the other districts passed through are barren. S.ock in the Bourke district is de pleted....The route between Warren and Bourke ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

D.. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. ■ A&ent for Royal Insurance Co. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and Genera! ■ . Commission .Agents. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra : TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for; Cooper's Famous Dip;. The Patriotic Assurance Co- Ltd. - Loais negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates of Interest. Printed and Pablished by il. 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. PII?fi AND". HARDWOOD ' SUPPLIED IN ANY QUANTITY LARGE STOCKS 0P JOINERY & MOULDING ALWAYS ON HANli AGENT'S FOR: Hudson'* Perfection , Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paint* and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT THE ...

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"LEST WE FORGET" "Anzac Day" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

LEST WE FORGET" "Anzac Day" The Gulargambone War ^Memorial was the "scene of an impressive-'cere •mpny, on • Anzac- Day, when a -large' number of people, at/jended to show that there are. still some- who do not forget the gratitude each and every Australian owes to those; who gave their-'lives^in the cause of liberty and justice in the; Great World War. For some'considerable t'ime workers were kept busy, arranging floral decora tions and- placing wreaths around' the masonary. Flying magestically above •all was the Union Jack. School,chil dren,, some unable to understand the true significance of the word "Anzac" were also in attendance. . ;.The ceremony was in. the hands of Messrs: .. Burton and ■ Stinehausei-, with Mr.- S. >R. Skuthor.pe in the cliair. The proceedings opened' wivh "God Save the'King," Mr. Skuthorpe stated .that the object-of; their meet ing there this "morning- was to . do ■homage and pay respects- to- those who tgave their lives in the cause of liberty 15 years'...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

GILGANDRA RAINFALL Appended is a table showing the monthly rainfall at Giigandra since. 1883. At our request the figures were supplied by the Government Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. ; GILGANDRA.—Lat., 31 deg. 42 min. ; Long., 148 deg. 41 min. Year |*Jan 1 l''eb j Mch | Apl 1 My | Jun Jjy | Aug | Sep [ Oct | Nov I Pet-Trot" 30 318 128 427 49 120 366 767 225 279 •221 506 09 290 .082 194 228 101 19 22 285 72 304 359 ■ 85 229 489 536 31 134 20 215 61 332 336 53 178 213 235 0 48 . 89 118 133 449 88 50 121 21 439 379 108 738 140 ,70 108 269 56 099 65 359 143 49 ' 0 44 45 166 291 91 31 657 547 0 326 167 271 454 7 114 78 43 89 145 60 39 0' 171 140 148 0 332 187 65 100 ■ ..5 435 40 307 510 355 55 384 840 .11 123 91 0 86 493 282 71 179 278 222 360 285 225 ■95 407 23 102 230 403 54 9 225' 20 80 0 269 2 125 18 116 800 150 139 114 302 119 701 171. 0 483 499 285 118 267 560 43 130 0 • 0 229 204 285 0 614 17 736 82 257 102 164 133 ' 0 3 238 151 17 317 24 120 47 iOO 577 66 0 122 13 384...

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Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Tennis , On , Suhday.last, the Gulargarabono club'were\:at;; home \to ^Hillside. and: after a very'enoyable ^gaine' wore vic tors. .. We regr^i'being; unable to;givc full sccfres, but will endeavour to. do cies,' Eosser, ' Kearney. •_ .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

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Football [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Football -'v On Sunday next/ the "Royal Blues'' will visit Gilgandra'to play'.lie,"Rov ers" combination, of that town. When lliese teams , met last in Gulargam bone, the Gilgandra team won S to but the 'local team are confident 'of reversing J.lhe . tables this time. The team will travel per motor lorry,.and: anyone requesting to make .the. trip, are requested ito communicate with the secretary, Mr. J. Rosserc ■ - The following . team will, represent Gul ai'gambone:—Full back, -N. Sutton; H, Lemon, Press, Oldfield, Saunders; five-eight, R.. Lewis; J,' II. Lewis; forwards, L. 'Bills, J.. Bills. -Frazer, J. Sui ton, Matthews, Brien. Emergen cies, Rosses, Kearney.

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LIGHT AEROPLANES New Altitude Record [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

• light aeroplanes New Altitude Record News lias just been received by the Vacum Oil Company that can- Albsrt Monoplane, fitted : with '.an"'Armstrong Siddeley Genet engine broke the al t tude record 'for light' aircraft ,it Paris. The, official figure was 25,509' :"cit. Mobiloil was used.- " ■Thn engine was a standard one, and ran ^or.one hour 15 minutes at 2,200 revolutions per niinu :c. The total durat'on of . the flight was two hours |J 0 .minutes at tempenvhires varying between 10 degrees Fahr. and 25 degrees below. zero. The height attained was almost five ■ miles —only 3,500 feet below the altitude of IUotint Everest, the highest moun tr.in in . the world.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Hockey . The match arranged last Sunday against Collie did not eventuate, but on Sunday -nexft, the. local team will; play-Gilgandra on the local ground;: Play will start at 2 .45 shai-p: ■ The match will be played for. the Lemon "Monarch" Cup. The following team will . represent■.'■■•Gulargambone:—I. Wr.'gley; N. vDeen,- E. Brien,"-: I. , Press, - M.■ Skinner, Rosseiy L. ; Knight, G. Matthews, U. Matthews;; D. Cafe, E. Bell.

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COMPULSORY ARBITRATION Absurdities of The System Runs Counter to Economic Law [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

COMPULSORY ARBITRATION Absurdities of The System Runs Counter to Economic] . - Law ! Mr. Scullin defends '.he system of compulsory, arbitration, ■though ho ad mfts that it has defects. A :recent-' cartoon in a weekly paper represent ed out of work musicians, seeking a ; [fratuity from van arbitration judge who,.though- having fixed their wages, had omitted U>; provide somebody to pay. them.This touches on one of the fundamental, absurdities of the system. I The main trouble about, the com pulsory arbitration law is that It op | crates, as experience has. shown, quite i independently- of -.Miose .■- inexorable, laws 'that are not regpectrs of per j sons, politicians or courts. You may [ inflate wages as much as you like and reduce hours as much as you like by a few strokes of the pen. But you | can't force an industry that is earn ing only, say £20;000, to go on paying out £21',000. An industry faced with such a prospect must either close down or go broke, and in either case its e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 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 ? ' Advertising Gets the Trade. The Progressive Trader •\L'5 is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a -Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and read for its qudity—you bay 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'uMish-_" ed every Thursday afternoon. Thv Gilgandra "Castlereagh" and AlSfK: dooran "News" aro issued with "The Weekly," so that advertisers ■will reach readers of . three^papers ; w...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THREE WEEKS OLD TWINS Youngest of Nine [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

THREE WEEKS OLD TWINS Youngest of Nine ■■ The - mother i of ■ three-weeks-old twins was so Aveak and run-down aft er "the babies -.were born, that the oldest-boy, 15 years: old, wast bathing and dressing-them when avFood ifor Babies' Fund ". member : investigated the case.- The fai her. was travelling all over the country looking for work; He had been unemployed for eight months. . There were seven other children. The mother had: been only half-nourished for ^months, before her. babies were born. ' ■ Three pints, of milk-have been de livered at that *hon'ie'.''ever since the circumstances became known.' Nour ishing food has been given.the,-mother to - build her up and . make her well and strong. An appeal' was made through the press :for ■'cloj.'hes-. and there was a wonderful response. • The mothex- and. babies will be takr en to the Dalwood, Home for >a fort night's-holiday, free of charge as-soon as there is a vacancy. Such is the work that the proceeds .of the '"(Food ' for :...

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Odds of 200 to 1 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Odds of 200 to 1 ...To' win £1000 for the modest out-' lay of'£5 was. the. good fortune of a, Bathurstian, who held the double on; the Doncaster Handicap and the Sydney Cup during.: the ;week-end..* j Mr. Alan Bath,- of the: Royal Hot-il, | recently took the 200 ' to 1 double i about Venetian Lady, the' 25 to 1 j winner of the Doncaster,: and Gwil-1 liam G, which carried off the": Gupj.a;^ Orange bookmaker taking the "odds of £1000 to £5. The double was.scar'cc ly in demand, this accounting'for. 'he long price which; the fortunate Bath urst bettor managed to secure . " That his selection was justified was proved by the success of both'horses-in-their respective events;

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COMING OF AGE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

COMING OF AGE PARTY X : A more popular rendezvous for .lie" younger fold of our township- would' be hard .to, find than' "PeroneJ" ■ the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kear ney, and this was amply demonstrated on Monday evening' last, 'when a'.large number of -frieniis, and - relatives - iis •'se'mbled f'cliere !to wish Miss' -Myra Kearney-very many happy, returns of■ the iday- on the occasion, of- lioiv 21st br'i'thday. Her friends—and they'are {egion^—presented her wOth many valuable and pretty- presents, all of which will serve to remind her in fu.; ■turc years of .the eventful day.- Sing ing, dancing and games all-helped to pass the time away. - A dainty supper was partaken, of •by those present, Mr. A-. "\V. A"rnir strong ^presiding. ' A -beautiful twor decker birthday cake graced.the tablel and- ivi was quite. easily- seen * by - its artistic decorations that it wasmade: by MrsT-. Blackmail.- - Thei toast of the King was* drank with musical hon .ors, -• after which Mr. T. Blackman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

!?!! CLARK Tailored Suits'" ilil are •Men who have their suits tailored Xovorder here are assured ofrth« ultimate in Tailoring «tyIc con redness. • Jn addition," they secure Tailoring value that has no equal elsewhere in'the district—-a value that be ^ comes more apparent after tha .suit has been worn for m /a\f months. • We do not cut quality to meet tKt ' den,and of a low prices but W9 can; safely say^that our Tailored to-order suits give the greatest Tailoring satisfaction ossihl* to obtains vV^i Joseph A. Clark COONAMBLE Studebaker's Erskine Six 'T'hink what a motor car must be, to §et such a record as . Studebaker's Erskine Six. A thousand miles in 934 consecutive minutes—an average of better than a mile a minute! Think of-that motor car not as one, but as- one of. thousands—a car absolutely standard in every particular—an Erskine Sik Sedan, fully equipped, right out of factory production! Think of such speed and staying power clothed in smart style, and providing such LOCAL BE...

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