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No Foundation [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
No Foundation The Premier," iVIr. Bavin, declares ■■there is no foundnt'on whatever tor the ■ suggestion 'thai" Mr. -Weaver's absence from Sydney when import ant Cabinet meetings were being held is any indication ,that any fric tion exis;s .between. h!ni.' and. other members of ^the • Ministry. "As a matter of fact," he added, - "Mr.. Weaver informed -mo some'days-.ago of his intention = to :g? to the.jfiouth Coast to. fuJfilj important official en gagements. ' . i Mr. ; and Mrs. • J.- Aj.VWToodley (nee Miss - McKay), of Eumungerie/ arc , gr'eved over: the lo?s of their little daughter, BfU'bara June, whose death took place,'on Saturday last. This 'interntent .ftooK;^ place in the Catholic portion 'of the ccme lory 'on Sunday, the Rev. Father Maslerton officiating at the gravc sidei ■" The funeral arrangements Were i/v the/hands of Shakespeare's. \ r V
Deduced Wages [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
' Deduced Wages i A reduction in the. basic. wage to. fronl 3/- to 5/- :n New South Wales is: expected in State, politicaland un ion circle?, although an official an "nbiinccment will not be made until .he end of the -month' A drop o I" 3/ would mean a reduction of £300,000 per annum in the wages b'll of New South Wales, rajlways. .
GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
ji- GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 , Appended is a-tabie showing tliemonthly-rainfall at ..Gulargiambone since: 1887. At our request the figures were supplied by. the. Government . Meterbiogist, and, are -therefore correct; .Year Jan. Feb. 1887 1888 .1889 .1890 •1891 1.892 1893 1894 1895 1890 1897 ,1898 18 9 9 'X900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1900 1907 1908 L909 1910 1911 1912 1913 (.914 [916 1916 1917 iPts 350 103 151 483 '679 180 322 ,441 882 .45 467 .425 170 130 05 v 24 " .15 295 i2 143 208 119 130 570 582 U25 300 130 103 27 491 Pts ^476 898 '203 920 •40 135 242 :90 1053 ■45 .485 125 .13 '■ 13 •13 204 302 "70 0 608 061 18 329 58 &lt;204 ; 366 :•'• 0 1.918! 328 10191:111 1920! 220 19211'147 19221 254 ? 0231.-82 1924'" 234 1925| 121 1926|-196 19 27 j 154 1928| 296| ' 1929|' . 32| 82| Average. 4.1. yoaivs. .■ " ', 252| 2031 ' 177 u38 .,124 - 9 ' '93 '40 •; -^l *321 :i90 48 * :'• 3 022| Mar; Pts. S372 "210 263 753 469 187 ,415 908 135 155 .46 .463 209 70 104 187 195 148 100...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
"Always have EGGS— Winter and Summer" It docs not matter how much food you Vseive a hen, "if her blood is poor (as it usually is in winter time, following the moult) her egg output will be low. - But put. a dash of (Cars- n u u n wood in die mash, and with the tonic needed to ripen the egg seeds into egg yolks in the S quickest possible time. "/ would like to let you know what results I have feremff y§jjjfl obtainedjromyourKars J first gave it to 9 Black Orpington Pullets 6 months old, they were laying 5/06 eggs per day, but after a fortnight, 0f Karswood Spice I got, 7, 8 and 9 eggs per day and they kept same up for the winter months. I now give it to all my fowls with the result I always have eggs winter and summer, and again ■ my fowls always look healthy." (Sgd.) GEO. McDERMOTT B.4.30 Amphitheatre, Victoria. KARSWOOD ■ POULTRY SPICE ■ . 5 6 Film-Free Teeth finned ; given the healthy coral colour that is necessary to se: white teelh olT. v , Run;your.-toiHjuc across your teeth an...
Lure of the 'Plane [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Lure of the 'Plane If the taxi-men cannot rep oil. a prosperous Easter, the same ciinnoi bo said about the men who handle the joy-sticks ■ of the -Jplancs at Mas cot.- They introduced excursion "trips at five shillings each, and country j visitors particularly rushed them. On Good Friday alone, 5,000 people were 'in the air, and 'plane trade, was al j most ns brisk on Sa unlay, Sunday and Monday..'. 'It ip a itribute to the .'.kill of tiis I'fots that there was no': even the semblance qf a mishap. " To have a jaunt in the air for five shil lings is an ^undeniable thrill at a'low' cost—considering what thrills of all kinds cost these days. Part-of the air excursion was . Over the Show ground, which presented a novel spec tacle'; • ■ : ; ■ • ■ 1 V.1
THE LONG LONG TRIAL Belgian Veterans on World Tour Coming to Australia [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
THE LONG LONG TRIAL Belgian Veterans on World Tour Coming to Australia Two Belg'an war,veterans arc the latest pair '':o: join the many persons making leisurely world tours either on foot or by car. They have in cluded Australia in their itinerary. In a Studebaker car with 1.75,000 m'les already to its . credit, the Bol ivian soldiers, F. van Audenhove and G. Dut'ny, are now in the United States on-their vtour, which started from their homeland in June last -year. Landing, !n-Montreal, July I. 1920, •the adveiitiu'crs, each wearing de corations, have already travelled 8,-100 miles through Canada. Their trip will eventually take them through Mexico, South America, Australia, Africa and Asia. At least another 100,000 miles must be covered before the World War ve terans expect to return to-Belgium where they plan to salute Kjnk Albert personally and obtain his autograph in a large lca:her-bound book which they are accumulating the signatures of 2,-100 distinguished persons. -The book a...
THE FUTURE OF WOOL The Problem of Profits [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
THE FUTURE OF WOOL J The Problem- of Profits -AVinclicombe,. Carson Ltd. report-: The Sydney market has entered upon the marketing, of Mlc "5' per, cent, of the season's wool-remaining, on hand unsold.'-1' Indications for the,:.sale of that'-portion iOf the- clip look 11101 e prdm'sing than for- some considerable time. ' ■, Prices for. tops in Bradford moved upward, in expectation of itlie higher values likely to be recorded for'the raw material. Oil March :21 average .(>4's merino, tops' were quoted at 20d. The latest figure is 28id..Prices, how ever, need to rise considerably to reach the figures ruling earlier in the season. When the Soiling v. season opened the tops mentioned were quo: ed at 34 d. At the close of December and during early January .-.they, vere at 31d. Welcome though the improv ed-market is, it is not yet on a satis -factory basis so far as growers' pr> :fits ai'e concerned. .. ^ _ Most consuming- countries; hav? to date secured- much less wool in Aus trali...
Old Identity Passes [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
• Old Identity Passes An old and highly esteemed resid ent of ■flip Warren district, Mr. Alex ander Peter Tolhurst, passed away at the .Warren D'stVict Hospital, 'aCi-. er a lengthy, illness, the cause of death being Bright's disease and heart failure. The late Mr. Tolhurst ivas horn at Ulundry 50 years ago and had "resided in Warren and district for many yearg. He was a son of the late Mr. Frederick W. Tolhurst. For some years he conducted the Bern unnel Hotel un'.il it was delicensed by the Licenses Reduction Board in 1023 after which ho conducted a hotel at j Cooliih, returning to Warren a cou p|o of years ago and took up the carrying business;
Tennis Dance [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Tennis Dance. i A vei'y enjoyable dance, iriVa'd. of the funds of, the Gilgandra Park-Ten nis Club, was held " in the Australian ■Hall on-Tuesday;- night. Between forty and fifty couplc. were present and -danced to the, delightful music supplied by Heaney's orchestra.- The floor was1 in wonderful co'nd'tion for dancing; and-; the suppar was all that could be desired,-,both in regard, quan tity and i quality. \ ; ' . ';7
New Buildings [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
New7:Buildings, ' -The-tender, of.-Mr. B. Smith, a •"local contractor,' has been accepted ,'for: the. erection- of the -throe.".now shops in Miller Street,, next to live ..Union Bank, for-Mr. J. II. Kitchen. Work ha3 been .commenced and al ready nearly half the brick walls have . been erected. . When completed they should further, add to the beauty of our main business street.
Dubbo Show [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Dubbo Show Dubbo's annual show will be heid on the 20th and 21st May. This year there will be a special night'"enter tainment on the second night of the I show. An early train will leave Gil gandra and call at all intermediate stations on the 21sfc .May '(second day of show). Schedules may be had on application to the secretary, Mr. F. Weston. For further particulars see our next issue.
Sydney Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Sydney Wool Sales WlaefceoMbe, Car«on Ltd., wire Tuesday:—Tfs aold aeren thouiand f»Ht! fcwdred bales of wool at our Syd *ey site# to-day. An adranfee of 10 pee ertt. f» thIom -wn« experienced «*a hIm fully maintained, . ftfe* W»#I« especially. Keen demand earperfeteed front Japan, Yorkshire,, Md AM«ttem were brisk bidder*. W* obWied: 0. V. Robe,rtson, Bownlng, fid; Brady Johnson, Annidale, 17Jd; Bat-sham Ltd., Blandford,17d; F. L. j Bpeaeer, Barraba, 17id; and Yf. DalUu, \U.
Visiting Armatree [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Visiting Armatree; ' Mr:.-W. J; Slacken, J.P., Town ;Clerk, of Unnndera, near Woolongong /and Mrs'. Macken, are: spending a 'months holiday, with their parents, Mr and Mrs, ■ .AWT. Mackcn, o£ Hotel Armatree,
Cosy Slippers for Chilly Nights [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Cosy Slippers for Chilly Nights we arc offering specal values >n and Gent's Slipped. Call and inspect our large and well a?-" sorted range of felt slippers. There are many colors and styles to choose from. Ladies' felt'slippers, co3y soles, in shades of blue,, browns anil' Vieux rose, all s'zes, 4/6 pair. Ladies, fel; slippers, soft soles, assorted col ors 2/- pair. Ladies' felt-"slippers, cosy solos, very warm, in Vieux rose, blue and navy, all sizes, 5/6 pair. Men's folt buckle boots, very comfor-' table and cosy, fawn shades, 8/11 and 12/- pair. Men's felt slippers, with leather pump nol'/s, all sizes 6/11 pair. TENNIS SHOES KEENLY PRICED Ladies' 1 bar crepe sole tennis shoes, slzos 2 to 7, 5/6 pa'r. Ladies' 1 bar plain tvhite sole tennis shoes, sizes 2 to 7, 4/6 pair. Ladies' 1 bar crepe sole tennis shoes, blue binding, size 2 to 7, 5/C pair. Men's two tone lac# tennis shoes, crepe soles, sizes 5 to 10, priced at 8/ and 7/6. Men's plain white lole tennis shoos, aize» 5 to 10,...
Tondeburine Wool [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Tondeburine Wool That progressive' Gulargambone sheep breeder, Mr. N. J. Taylor, of "Tondeburine," lias been adding further to .his already fine flock of. s'.ud sheep, v-Recently, in conjunction with his manager, Mr.-W. .-D. Allan, he visited Uardry . (in the Hay dis trifct) and purchased two nign-class rams for his stud. One is by 3;3fc. the grand champion of the Sydney Show of 1925, whilst the other is by 13, sire' of Messrs. Moxham Bros.,' ram which annexed grand champion at the Coonabarabran Show this year. Mr. A. Mills, of Uardry, returned as Mr. Taylor's guest and made a special, study of the classing of the Tondebu rine wool. This work is carried out each year by Mr'. W. J. McCarthy, who performs similar work for Uar dry, Dalke'th, and other leading. Studs. ■ ■ • ;•
THE FEDERAL REFERENDA [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
THE FEDERAL REFERENDA Speaking at Quambone lust'week, The Minister for.,Home Affairs The Hon. Arthur Blakeley stated that the Nationalises .'■.antheir opposition to the Commonwealth Government's proposals -.••for-v.the&lt; alteration -of the Constitution; state that" the'" proposal' to fivve the. Commonwealth.-Parliament power-to. alter.1 the ConstiUitioriKAvas ■ undemocratic 1 and'■■•■..that 'it .was'' dan gerous to place such power in the hands of ' Parliament.1 ' _ Mr: Bla'keley ■• said^liafc".' the . Com?; monwealthv Parliament ;was_.the only 'institution -in ^Australia : :wh:'cli, was based^ -upon uridemocra'tic ; linos." Every adult over the age of J21 years took part in ,the_ election'of ^the Mem bers of tho:House of Representauves i and the Senate, .while the State Par liaments ;werc not; so . constituted. In four out of the six States, the fran ichise^'for the Upper vllouse -.Hvas so restricted '.Jia, "no Government1 of a democrat! c • nature could -paks pro gress'v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Always Merry and Bright Nothing is more infectious than good humour. A cheerful disposition is a more powerful factor than most people imagine. Cheerfulness, high spirits, a happy outlook, and a hearty, "appetite* arc the daily reward •> of those who take a pinch of Kruscheu Salts in their breakfast cup of tea every morning.: "I am 58 years old^and previous to using: Kruscheu Salts I -used to suffer-, a. pood", deal from depression, S commc/iccti . Mfcuiw ; Kruscheu a few months ago, and soon found', a big "improvement all round, becoming more \ cheerful-minded and feeling better in every way,' Each winter hitherto I used .to suffer from influenza, but-this year, I^ have escaped; diui^ believe it is-due to the. continuance of i the^dady dose of Kruschen-Salts." . . i - (Sod.) A.M. " Original letter on file, for. Inspection. - i The reason is that: Kruschcn Salts remove- i all impurities from the'system and stimulate i the healthy flow of the natural juices of the . body. •- • v S...