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ALLEGED ASSAULT ON GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

ALLEGED ASSAULT ON GIRL A powerful-built man, Cecil Clav ence Wright, 33, was before Judge. Thompson at Itlic OraSnEe • Sessions - this week, charged that he did, in January, at Dubbo, assault; flnn! Mavis Parker, a female, 12 years and (i months old. On the application ;.'f the Crown Prosecutor, the accused, ! who pleaded not guilty, was reinan jded to another sitting of the Ses sions.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIG CAUSES MISHAP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

PIG CAUSES MISHAP A serious accident befell Mr. R. G. Dong, of v Stuart Town; on Monday '-•ist. He was travelling on a motor cycle towards_ home, and following a motor-car, and while dping so, when about 31 miles out from Orange, a p!g •rushed across the road in the dust. The consequence of the col lision was a dead pig and Mr. Dong and his cycle piled up on the side, of the road. _Mr. Dong sustained, prob ably, a ' fractured collar-bone, abra sions to. the hands and face, and concussion. At times lie lapsed into unconsciousness while being taken to the -Orange District: Hospital.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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YOUTH'S LAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

YOUTH'S LAPSE When Bede Buckley, of Dunedoo, found that two bicycles were missing, from his premises lie promptly, com municated with the police. The re suit was that James Martin and"ITarry; Donohue appeared , in the Dubbo Police Court tfo:s week, to answer the .charge of -theft. Each-bicycle was valued at £5. The alleged cul prits who were only youths; pleaded jruilty to the charge, and h'ung their heads while P.M. Adams told them of the evil of their ways. "Stealing bicycles," will never • get you any where," said the P.M, as he fined each lad £5; in default, one month's 'hard labour.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Pearson's Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Pearson's Magazine There is an enticing array, of en tertaining short stories in the March "Pearson's"—here are some: a new. adventure of the famous buecaneuiy Captain. .-.Blood,, by' Rafael Sabatini, another .'hilarious tale of £hc Living stone's, by Den's Muckail, a thrilling French' Crime Story, by R. Ashton Wolfe, and a. diverting article on "grou|;err." by A.S.Mv Hutchinson. Don't miss it!- - • ;• ■

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HAS MAKER "SLIPPED" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

HAS MAKER "SLIPPED" I Headed by the president (Mr. A. j W. Cleaver), a deputation from tlie jDubbo League waited on Mr. C. ("Boxer")' Russell, the ex-interna-1 tiotial and State selector, oil'his ar-i rival in Dubbo on Sunday. The de putation asked that Stan Maksr, Dubbo's well-known forward. ;should bo eiven a trial'iri the Group ma':ch, ft being corisidered tliat his perform ances warranted a try-out for' Par West honours. Mr. -Russell inform ' od tho deputation that lie had no I jurisdiction in the matter, as .he could not over-ride the decisions of CJroun selectors. Maker was on the pro unci. in football togs during the match, but he'was not aslced to play.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"UNJUSTLY TREATED" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

"UNJUSTLY TREATED" It is indeed hard to understand why Maker wasn't selected for (lie inter group fixture. This sturdy, fleet footed forward still retains liis form remarkably well and to inde pendent judges, free of the acui'sed p^tisanship and. prejudices, Maker has been unjustly treated. There's no disputing his qualities as a player, while age cannot be advanced as a militating factor. Still in his "twenties", Stan is a clean liver, and has years of football ahead of him. Maker has already made a brilliant niitrk for only a few years ago. he gained selection for the Mother State and toured Queensland. Gwen Hughes, the hefty Bathursb forward, was also a member of that touring team. ; 'Jff-i Evidently, Maker has been grossly victimised. Such treatment is enough to make any man quit the game. But Stan has taken: the reverse philoso phically...; iv j *1

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WHEELS OF ADVERSITY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

WHEELS OF ADVERSITY A sign of the times. A young Tomingley- fanner who is right up against it, met another young man on the road, humping "Maiilda"; He told a genuine story of .unem ployment and distress, and asked if there was any chance of a ,iob. /The Tomingley mail thought a v.'h'le and finally told his own story. "I am just aboutas much up against i: as your are," lie said: "I am Irat'lhig away on my property with my back against the wall. I am batching- in. a humpy and all I buy is food. "I believe I could, manage enough tucker for two, so if you like to come along • and siay with me -and ( share fKe food, and g've mo a bit of a hand on the farm." The pair shook , hands on it, and they are now work ing hard together.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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An Interesting Point [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

An Interesting Point An interesting. decision waa given by -Mi'. Swiney, P.M., at .AlbnVy, when lie dismissed informations against Patrick Harrison and a young woman for alleged breaches of the Motor Traffic Act.. Mr. C. Manning for the defence, had submitted the owner of a Victorian car may permit a resident of N.S.W., who is not .a licensed driver, to drive h's car in N.S.W. Mr. Swincy uphold 1lio points raised by Mr. Manning.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Race Fees Raised [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Race Fees Raised At the last meeting of the Cov/ ra Jockey Club the members spent some time wrestling with-the question ofvadmission fees. AVliat set the dis cussion going was the secretary's financial' statement of the Easter meeting, which showed the profit to be only £42. Lust year the profit from the Easter meeting was £400. Mr. P. *G. Phillips^ moved ihat the charge at the outs'dc gate be in creas ed from 1/ to 2/ for tlie June meet ing-, and from 7/G to 8/ for admis sion to ihe paddock. Dr. yAdams was in accord,' and seconded ihe m'J tioii. Mejssrsi Coolcy and''Whitby differed. They were ^agreeable to increase the charge, for admission at the outer gate to 2/, but j.bbed at raising the paddock price, so they moved an amendment'that oiily he outer gate • charge be raised. The motion "was carried. -

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Aiding Country Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Aiding Country Hospital ■■/ At-the last meeting of the Parkes Hospital committee Mr. J. W. Tom kins suggested that farmers and griiii! ers in the district should be asked to. et aside one acre of wheat or one flcoce of wool in'every hundred for the hospital this year. For his own part, said Mr. Tomkhis he would wil lingly do this, and lie had little doubt that many^others would fall into lino. Tiriies were hard, but this was a way of financing that did not entaM any great hardships. _ The suggestion was adopted. "What do Gilgandra settlers think of the idea? Their hospital is a bad way.

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Gular Stock [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Gular Stock Prime sheep, lambs and cattle made firm rates at Homcbush on Monday, but bidding for other classes-showed some irregularity. Supplies totalled 27,000 sheep and lambs and 2500 cattle. Winchcombe, Carson's sales' included N. O. ICingsley/'Gular, 120. lambs to 18/10(1, .lv'g. 17/8d; W.■■J.r Dent, Gular. "0 ^bullocks to £14/1G, avg. •£12/17/0j '6 steers to,"£ 10/10/ avg. - £9/11, , 8. cows and . heifersi'-to j £11/11, avg. £10/13. 1 . ^ - V'"/

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RIFLE SHOOTING Gilgandra Defeats COONAMBLE Coonamble's New Range Baptised [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

RIFLE SHOOTING ■ Gilgandra Defeats COONAMBLE Coonamble's' New Range Baptised -- A 'strong contingent of'16 Gilgan dra marksmen.>visited,,Con?inible last .wook* end tor,,, lifer official,opqiiJu^• of. the now rifle " -range.' Beautiful weather favored tho occasion . . ; . Before - scooting commenced "flic mystic -pront/uiiceriieiU of opening the range was made by "Mr. J. D. Y. fiuttonj.',aft<sr,;a.-noat::specchi in which ho warmly welcomed tlie Gilgandra /isitors.w •Sergeant . Campbell ' responded "on behalf 0f Gilganclra.-" Mr. "Button then fired, a shot from'the 500'yard mound, "which, resulted in a• bull's eye.^ ' 1 A friendly match between Gilgan-: dra and'Goonamble then took place, at .the 500,and GOO "yard mounds, av] i/esulted in the visitors being the vic I tors , by 40' 'po'nls. -The conditions were the best ten 'shots to count on each side. The - various, sweepstakes were won by. J. W. Wilson, A. IIo's wich, A. Kember', R. Nalder, R:,. Campbell, R. Lewis (Gilg...

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Blow Fly Troublesome [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Blow Fly Troublesome ' Some of the -G-'lgandra district graziers report that- :blow flies arc proving troublesome:.1 among ,*■ their flocks.- In cases where prompt re medial measures IJave -been taken little mortality has resulted, but in neglected flocks < the; death toll has been- rather - heavy. -As soon'as; the pest showed i£self at New- Berida Station Mr. -Foran and>his men got. busy -and "exterminated ii-in- ;<iuick time." Graziers' should inspect' the;r flocks closely so. they can nip any. in festiation - invthc'fbiHl. ' < ■ . - '' ; - >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Woodo* 'Groat''Peppermint ■ Cure First aiilvfor Coughs, Colds, Influenza • . Special 14 days 2/- in £ dis count Winter Fro'clcs and Cos- . Unties. C. A. MURPHY'S EX- . CHANGE STORE.

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BOOSTING GILGANDRA New Berida Station to Forefront Its Unbounded Resources [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

BOOSTING GILGANDRA _ ,:o; New Berida Station to Forefront : Its. Unbounded Resources A Striking illustration of the \" .. .potontially-iVi^h and splendid,-.." districi that surrounds Gilgan _; dra is afforded at New Berida , Station, wfhich is only 17 miles* ..from town. This highly pros perous property is 'owned by Mr. >* • Patrick Foran, a young and en- . ;, terprising momber of one of the 'V districts pioneer and popular;-;, -families, , • '•' Compris'ng 7.000, acres,-V;New Rpvida. extensively improved and l'ieht up to dale for modern, rural development, is no doubt the admira tion of the populace and the envy, of, .hundreds .of t land holders.. The -yoking squire o'f\ Bcr'da is, ! wisely .mixing, farm activities—-an ovcr-incrcajsing .practice these days with, wool, values at an unsatisfactory level. Just a few days ag-o Mr. Foi' an and employees completed sowing 3G0 acres of wheat under promising! conditions. _ i : The so?l was^tiiied ^mostly by the I use of the now much desp...

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HOCKEY ON SKATES. Gilgandra Team Shines And Win Silver Cup [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

HOCKEY ON SKATES. Gilgandra Team Shines And Win "Silver Cup •'■■■ Jubilation reigned in Gilgandra skating circles on Wednesday when it ■jvas learned that the Gilgandra. hoc ,key skating team had' travelled to Trangie the previous-night and prov-. cd succesftil in >aii open knockout competition for the • Taylor cup—a nice silver trophy of. a rustic design. On all sides congratulations we're showered upon the winners. ! The^ Gilgandra team comprised the Weston brothers, C. Haigh,.R. Lewis, •and-*.Dan Ttyan. The quintette werq motored across by Mr. C!. Whit'qman, who acted as a referee in the contests ! The local boys, "who arc real adepts i at the popular sport on skates., .were i first opposed by a strong Tranpyc team. . It was an intensely thrilling duel, with the Gilgandra team assert ing marked superiority. They won by'sevent goals to; two, ' J. Weston nptching-five of theni and W. Weston i and D. 'Ryan one apiece. : ' • ' , ' : In the -final Gilga'ndra met Narro mine and again...

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SHIRE MATTERS (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

SHIRE MATTERS ; (To The Editor) -; ■ :.Siiy-r--Afc Iast':7mco6iiig:,,'oE the Council >1: notice • ..t hat ■ bu iklingsjcannot .boiapprovedyintil-Athoyiigor.beforethb; usual meeting "bf the Counc'l. Cr. Hitchoii, 'I unclerstandj was ..tlio c'ouri cillol- responsible,-for- this i alteration, ami plac.TTg biiililei'sl at;rsueh incon;: veniencc that' in some- cases a month or' more will clapse~;before the .build ing plans; are marked approved. "vjt appears; that Council Avastes .time in -r futile* discussion of trivialities brought up at each meeting: by coun cillors- who seem -to^ think that the policy.■> of - the 'council is . to •..puU?.,to' •pieces resolutions, or inycst!g'ate:some >pa.ltry thing. 'on ; a. time ^heet, or talk.■ about-'a horse which might ap pear to b; somewhat aged,, or -some insignific'ent-reforcnce to whether '.a; •nia:l- is allowed-to be a-leading, hand or a laborer, or in the case .of; a, man being required to work hall! an' hoar extra,- a half hour' in...

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LUTHER LEAGUE Activities in Gilgandra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

LUTHER LEAGUE in The ' monthly -meeting of the-Bid-; , (ion-Gilgandra Luther L'cagiie;, was j l:uld in'the /Lutheran Church, Gilgan- j (Ira; on Tuesday evening,'..MayV; 13,•; with ?aiv:- attendance ^:sl('gl]'.Iy .' abovo-| the ave-age." > . The lncsulcnl (Rev."I ehmann), in- >' rformed the-vmoeting that satisfactory ! arrangements had been -made 'for the publishing oL a youngpeople's maga-, •/.inevfoivN.S.'W.—a venture -tliat-- was first; suggested ;-by ; the,:' local (.branch, After Jmsiness: matters of- a varied ■ • nature 'had : been disposed-; of;:f Revv I {Lohmanfivreatl; a ihort-.^introduction1 to the Gospel ■ according; to St.yLuke; . wherein he ..referred 'to interesting^ facts concerning' the'evangelists ('life?. nnduvox,lc.L'^.Yw'sqs..:l~I8'--.bf':'.tho'*fir8l:,> cliapter/, dealings with' the "activity.v of ( John the Baptist^' the' Baptism'' ot J esus,-v and 'the .Tfiinptation/Avbre' then.; load and^cxplainecl." ••f' n- / " I < .A novel feature" of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

P. H. WAKE' - HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD Registered No. 124 in l!ie A.L.W.B. Assosiation. « * The Eivos of the above Stud wove purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and wore'joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Ranis, three of the oldest registered studs in Nov.' Zealand. The above Rani Lamb is only 10 months old, and shows great mut- . ton qualities and character. INSPECTION INVITED. CHRISTIE BROS, Local Agents for: Little's Sheep Dips. FOR TANK .SINKING AND ROAD MAKING, ■ "Champion"'-Heavy rDuty Unbre&lc •nble.' Steel- Beam Plows.—In models ,63, 0-1, G5, CO," 07, 'and G9. Weights ?rom 901b Lo 3151b ^ "CHAMPION" ^ RABBIT PLOWS Specially; made,'-for.'.ploughing ,r , out^Rabbit Burrows. Drag Scoopsi'r Fitted with - renewable j.unncrs. 'Made ..-in""sizes: No. 3, capacity 3 eub. ft; No,'2; capacity 5 cub, ft; No.* 1,: capacity 7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity 3 0\cub. ft."-' WiIl.ouU"sf. 2.or"3 of «.ny';other make.*1 A1; m s t r on g -IIoH a nd t Lim ited, 4 Bridge street, Sydney. ...

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IN THE WEST Items From Other Town ALMOST ELECTROCUTED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

IN THE WEST Items From Other Towns ALMOST ELECTROCUTED ' Engineer Perry, of the .Forbes J Municipal ..Council stair, had a nar- I row escape from dea.li by electrocii" tion when one of the electrical serv'ce mains was broken. Two ends of the' live wire were lying on the roadway, and when the Engineer was working to renew the service, he received a severe shock. I-Ie did' not recover for some time.

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