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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

CLARK Tailored Suits'' Hi Mf ■ * '4/' : \ M are Men who haye their suits tailored -\o order here arc assured of the "ultimate in Tailoring style cori rcctneas. - - In audition, they secure Tailoring valuo lltnt has no equal elsewher* in the "district—a value that bo comes" more apparent after th« Milt has been worn for a f«K months. We do not cut quality to meet th« den.anri of o low price, but cnti Jinfely say that our Tailored •. to-order suits give the greatest Tailoring satisfachnr «»ns«Hl« to obtain. Joseph A. Clark COON AMBLE

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CYANIDE POISONING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

CYANIDE POISONING ; Is the penalty for the, use'of-cyan ide severe enough in this Slate? asJcs the Wellington "Times." which adds: It appears not to be. Kecently at the Wellington Police Court one]hian, who lias since died,- was-fined £108, he having purchased. the skins from some one else, while at the same hourly a fine of £10 was imposed up on .several men who had enough'cyati <de in their possession to kilt all the stock in the district. , It 'ife;. not the "fault of the presiding Mjagiistrato, who had to administer the law as ho finds i\. At-.^ll events, these-fines <Io not appear to worry those'people who persist in ■ destroying our native fauna wholesale by' cyanidef-wio '.lo sot consider at' all the damageVthat ■Coliows by the destruction of• val uable' stock. • Thlfs wa,s proved on Sunday last, 'when Mr.. A, E;> Fuller, of Neurea, lost seven head of cattle which had picked up cyanide .baits loft by those who are'after the.opos sum . skins. This was ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

G U L A R G AM BO N E R A IN FA L L 1887 to 1929 ' . Appended is a table showing themoht'hly' rainfall - at Gu-lareiambone . since. 1887. -At' our request the "figures, were: supplied~by, the Government % . M'eterdlogist,. and are therefore correct. ' • -.y] , : : - . ■ ). Feb, . Pts.l I 476 ! 898 . 203 I >926 I , 40 I —; ! 135 . ' 242 !• 90 i 1053 ' 45 i 485 I 125 ! > 13 » : >18 1 .13 i 264 ! * 802 ! ' 76 ! ; -6 I 668 ! 661 i '18 !| 329 >i 58 ) .204 ) 306 ! 0 ! 58 I 177 ! " 38 . 124 i 9 ' 93 [ ' 40 ! N^l 1 321 190 5 48 U 3] -Mar. lPts-1 372 210 263 •753 4G9 187 415 908 "135 155 46 463 269 ■ 70 104 187 *195 •148 100 125 134 *194 261 171 •298 4S1 17 23 106 ■19 113 0 447 0 62 "5 '147 968 16| 7133.) 591 Apl. Pts. 72 40 548 339 '212 160 90 386 ■ 196 -May; June Pt?., Pt?.' 39| 115 1101 .30 703| 343 401j; 653 324 200 264 . '30 267 718 123 57 ,180 '131 48 0 0 338 127 32 483 9 136 ■ ■■• .5 11 468 62 19 211 0 482 153| >'52| 23S| -.145 -315 ,550 's 90 105 '507 ~'105 119 290 ■ 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

Aches, Pains Make You Look Old! Old aire starts with bnckachcs, Bwollcn joints, stiffness, painful urinations, dizzy spells. Neglect may prove seriou.n, robbing you of all joy in life. See what n difTurence Ifnrrwon'H Pills soon makft! Quick, safe, sure relief! Made to a prescription that has done thousand* good. livery package boars the signature of a London doctor. Harrison's Fills arc Ruaranteed to jrivc prompt relief for Rheumatism, Backache, Weak, Dizzy Spells, Bladder, Kidney or Gcnito Urinary Trouble, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuritis, Groin Bains, Stiff Joints, etc. If not, you «et your 2/-. the cost of the trial Bize, back in full. Since Harrison's ^Pill« are thus guaranteed to benefit you, or cost nothing, why delay? Get a package from your chemist or store-keeper to-day-— to-morrow will see you looking aud feeling much butter.

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SHEEP DOG TRIALS Remarkable Sagacity of Winner [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

SHEEP DOG TRIALS Remarkable .Sagacity of Winner One of the star turns—as is the c as o iiios t" vliiLJililS doj; trials, which wore followed with 'intense" interest. Six of the . well; Ironed, intell:gent canines wove: seen" oik and although the sheep wore. of the most stubborn kind, nn.st of the clogs performed splendidly. Mr. A. J;. Smith, of "Inglewood," Gular, ad judicated. :The maximum points were . 100, with most of course being given for command: and general work, •although • cast and steadiness .were: also Important factors. The winner turned out to "be Mr. 15. Fisher's Brown, a kelpie bitch, who capped her effort by yarding the sheep in ; lino s':yle. 'Brown got "97" points, only losing three points in general work.? She certainly "performed, with wonderful undcrstand'ng' and saga city under her proud, owner. . Brown secured second prize in- the trial at', Dubbo last week; A'n offer of £300 for her was refused. Brown is a six year'■ o?d; and, ac-, cording to the elated owne...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PERSONAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

... PERSONAL PARS -Mr. II. J. Lewis, of Gular,motored tovSydncy last week;-; r : 'i' A passenger by Monday's train: to;. Sydney was Mr. F. S. Hawkins. 1 - ■3 Mr. 3sCra'gie,. Jnr, is at present in Gularg/imbone and is staying v at'.-Mr ? C. Craigic's. , - Aftar a holiday spent in.Gulartjain-^ bone, .is Ihc guest of Mr-, and'. Mrs, ■ J. A. Donnelly, Misses Ilallett *and. Fisher I have returned- to Fort Mae quarie,; | * m » • 'MisssD. Ferguson, of Bolners 1XL Stores.fmotored-lo Dubbo on Monday , for a ihort stay in that town.- ■ s • IK * » Miss'jjean Ferguson, who liad the lir'sfortonc to have a fall while-skat ing is about again, though only with the aid'jof crutches.

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EMINENT SHEEP JUDGE Complimentary Comments [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

EMINENT SHEEP JUDGE n Complimentary Comments .The Socio.y was singularly fortun ate in having the wide'y known, ex pert services of Mr. P.* Firth, a ve teran grazier, of "Locksloa," Coll'e, ^ and- a noted breeder. oE stud? sheep, cattle and horses. Mr. Firth judged the mevino /classes of' the sheep scpr tion. Interviewed by . tlie-.."Weekly'' representative Mr..Firth said.-—"The mcrno sheep were cer'ainly a gon<l !ypc, but numbers were the draw— 'hack. I cannot understand in a d's trict like this why the sheep breeders • have not v'cd foi-- the prizes' /and •helped give "the "exhibition : a:, push • ;alongv . Stillwo all know!- graz'ers ' have not had much hear; to do: any thing .of late. The champion rain, which is 'only a' two too:h,v promises; to be an exceptionally fine sir'o; 'he has the true characteristics,-; and has ajgood head and a sire's-woo1. The champion ewe, which was . tjlorn late in September, 0:I con sider', if she had carried two more months' wool, : it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

TENNIS DANCES In aid of tho Gilgandra Park Tennis Club AUSTRALIAN^ALL, GILGANDRA Saturday and Monday 7th and 9th June, 1930 Clunts 3/-. Ladies 2/-. LOIS GARLING, Secretary. A HOCKEY SOCIAL will be held ti^^he COLLIE HALL On Wednesday, 25thnJune. HEANEY'S MUSIC'"' Gouts 5/-' Ladies 37-. U. MOORE, ; Secretary. Ditbfeo Steam Laundry and J^r-xCleaners B RISB ANE^Sq^iE ET. Shirts and collars esp&uially. Mail and train orders receive pi^mipt . attention. „ " " Reduction for qiuyi'.ity. . Write for 'Price L'st., Phone 500;- W. BURTON, Proprietor OUR CHOICE ROSES OURXhoice Roses now ready. Price 1/G each, l*67-""dozen.J,v,Rail or post. A. P. BROWN & SON. DUBBO . GULARGAMBONE RACES * .. , jb ■ Citizens & Trustees' Club (Reg; A.J.C. Affiliated.C.W.D.R.A). r Tuesday and Wednesday JUNE 17t.h and 18th, 1930 Nominations close Wednesday, 11th J.unc, at 8 pm. Admiss:on: I'addocik, Gents 7/6, Ladies 3/G; Outer Gate 1/-. Grand Social First NigKt of Races Phone'7. B. A. ANDERSO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. VISIT THE HALF - PRICE-TABLES . IN OUR SHOWROOM and SHARE IN THE MANY BARGAINS Dependable Lines, including: MILLINERY, DRESSES, PULLOVERS, CARDIG ANS, VESTS and GLOVESTO BE SOLD AT HALF PRICE FOR CASH DON'T DELAY—Only a Limited Quantity of this Purchase to be Sold at Half Price REMEMBER— For ONE DAY ONLY—SATURDAY, MAY 31st. PHONE 3 &.S SAVE \[OCO power, highly volatile, gives quickest possible switch over... saving costlier starting fuel. VOCO power burns completely .... every drop works and there's powerful work in every drop. A gallon of VOCO power will drive your tractor chains farther .... reducing cost per acre. High volatility plus complete combustion ensures less carbon, less oil dilution ... which means less valve grinding, less decarbon ising, fewer repairs. ] VOCO power, proof against fuel-knock gives full power . . . . reducing costly low gear work. Order VOCO and get more work for your money. one because theres woi in every dibp VOCO...

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BUTCHER IN TROUBLE Squalid Slaughterhouse Heavy Fine Locally [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

BUTCHER IN TROUBLE Squalid Slaughterhouse Heavy Fine1 Locally John McCarthy, a Gilgandra but-| chei, appeared "before "Mr. H; IV Adams, P.M. ;afc' the .local police court on Tuesday' charged. with Slaving a •dirty ; .slaughterhouse:v,-. V;.-McCarthy.' pleacledv guilty;, aifd^as- lie sVvas con victed: for similar s neglect : :not; long >ago, lie was heavily fined—-£7 :'n de fault one month: ~ • 1 v-;..Sgt.--'-i:Camijbollf'.:Vwho2t'i-«prosocu1:cd' stated -that on: May :19 he found the .slaughter premises of McCarthy in a dirly" condition, the blood 'having' nol: been-, cleaned, away. after killing operatior.3;-: •rA;number of sheep slc'iis woviv also found*-in ' the flyVproof housc:. . ' - " . Defendan.: But I don't use "that house.- As soon-as'I kill LI bring .tho meat to the shop. " The P.M. < to defendant)'-: You arc dealing with; the public'"and? it is your duty- to keep your -place- clean. Js this the fust offence. Sergt. Campbell':" No, lie was here :wo months atjo...

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EXTREMELY SAD DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

EXTREMELY SAD DEATH Pathetic circumstances surround the death of Mr. George Thompson, aged 4.1 years, of Wellngton. A few weeks ago lie was fined £.108 for hav ing- 108 opossum sk'lis- in his posses sion.. He was given time to pay. lie was a stranger to the town, having arr'ved from Coonhbarabran,' and lie originally came from .Victoria. It was stated that his lieal.ii becamc eff ected as a result of a severe attack of influenza, and being advised to live a life in the open, Im, together w'th his wife and two children were travelling through the country en deavouring to earn a living, when he took to buying the skins which even tually got him into trouble. However, lie appeared to ba a man of principle, for he left no stone unturned until, he secured the money to pay his fine, for it was worrying, him in his weak •state. An effort, however, will be made to get the Minister for Justice -< o remit whole or part of the fine as the..w-fe and children have now been left 'witho...

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IN THE WEST Varied Items From Exchanges DUBBO FAMILY'S RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

IN THE WEST Varied Items From .: Exchanges DUBBO FAMILY'S RECORD What is probably an Australian re cord hiis been established by the well known Baird family, of Dubbo. Members have either held the Presi dential .or vice-pres'dential office of the Dubbo -P. A. and H. Association, •since 1873,: when' the first sliow was staged onr vlie -old -racecourse.- Dur ing- tlie. intervening years^ the family have figured wi.h their cattle exh'bits and in their possession is a cup pve • sen ted ; for the champion Shorthorn bull, and also iv gold medal for the champion JVIerino ;ram, which were won by Mi\ W. AV. Build's late father, at the rnaiigurnl show.,

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SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL Two Local Matches [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL ,Two Local Matches Local /football fans will -be sup plied whh. an.excellent programme 011 .Sunday next, when'the Gilgandra, r.-;prf;senta\.ive Learn- will be . opposeel to Narrom'ne in the' fourth series of inter-town contests. The visitors will be accompanied - by-a - large' number of bowlei'Sj and It is expected that a record ' attendance--will "be present to witness what should be a thrilling "encounter. Several alterations have been made: in the personal of the Gilgandra side, and on paper it ap pears to be the best selected so far this scason,"and one capable of rising to any occas'on., The :backs: arc a>| great set, and although the pack will; be lighter, it is a good one, and cer-' tainly the new players included are' wor'.hy of a trial.' j The Gilgandra Blues will supply the . car'y match; being opposed to ] Iiumunx'er'e in the inter-district com petition contest,, and this clash wilK put spectators in the right niood for. lie big contest. " I "Gilgandr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

This Saturday— Greta Garba and Nils Asiher in THE SINGLE STANDARD And Ralph Ince in ■ .( - THE SINGAPORE MUTINY Tuesday, 3rd June— SKATING ; SKATING Wednesday, 4th June— Benefit in aid of the Gilgandra Parents and Citizens' f" . Association Mary Philbur and Conrad Veidt in THE LAST PERFORMANCE And Grant Withers in IN THE HEADLINES Monday, June 9— GRAND SKATING CARNIVAL Wednesday and Thursday, June 11th and 12th— HOYT'S TALKIES I-IOYT'S TALKIES See and Hear Mickey the Mouse direct from the State Theatre, Sydney

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LOCAL DANCE ECHO Heard in The Police Court Two Larceny Convictions [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

LOCAL DANCE ECHO Heard in The Police Court' j Two Larceny Gonvictions ''To; two charges of stealing, Heiu'y Humphries plgaded guilty' through; 3\Ii\' rL'-.Bevei'.'dgo 'at the: Gilgandra 1'olice. icourt. on Tuesday. He was fined" £5 -O); the first counb and £2 on the second. - ' .Defendaiil; was charged a\s. follows,* lirst—that on "May 15th at Gilgandra ho did steal an overcoat 'valued at £5, the property of Edward Brown,, and ' second on/ the same ;date - and. at 'the same place ho didi.steal a scarf, - valued at 17/; the. property of Leslie Boxhall. , ' • At the outset Mr. Beveridge said defendant wouldladmit tl:at .the over coat and scarf'were in liis'portman-, teau, but could.not account for how it got there. lie was loo drunk, hav'ng been on a drunkcn.sprecfor some: days at . thati.pavticulai* ;timc. * ; The P.M. (Mr. II. L Adams) : But drunkenness is no excuse The story told by.Constable L. B. A. "Newell, lock-up, was .tb the effect that -on the morning of .the 23rd. inst ! he...

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A GRUESOME FIND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

A GRUESOME FIND • . WhiIc~Tom. Brown; ,a railway, em ployee at Nyngan, was out for a load oi' wood the other day, he came on the body, of a man_in the scrub cloic to. the hosp'tal'tank. The matter was reported to the police,, who' identified the body aa that of Eric Spahna Pat erson'Kyle, aged 22. There,was a bullet wound in Uic chest, and a re volver near by. ' . -* Hif.-j'iosi'i Ca|sh 'Price for alt dura Fur Skins, -Wool, Sheep . Sicins, Scrap brass and copper. C. A. MURPHY. .

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"FOOT-BRAWL" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

"FOOT-BRAWL" ' Disgraceful scenes were ' witnessed at •Wirrinya, near Forbes, recently. When a .fierce brawl is said to have ensued near the end of a cup foot ball match, between Forbes Our Boys and W.'rrinya." About ten minutes be fore full-time, wlien Wirrlnya was leading by .eight points "to. five, Gw> gan- ordered a Forbes man.-off the field. :-It' is alleged that the referee was' -attacked by one of the players, who felled him. : When he got up another player punched Grogan', and he went down for the coun'r. Pan demonium then broke loose. Foot ball; was forgotten, it~is said, while there followed a first-class pug:listic encounter between ' the two teams, in which the spectators "dicl not hesitate, to join; Amidst the screams of wo men - and girls the men. (fougjht a pitched battle, it is stated/ One spec tator is alleged to have run. from the fight," secured the crank handle of a car,'and pursued his particular opponent.' The latter, not' to be out done, broke ' a sapling' ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIP Results of Play [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIP Results of Play The -following games have1 been played in connection with the cham pionship being conducted by the Gil gandra Bowling Club:— FIRST .ROUND "W. White beat A. ICember. W. R. Wark beat C.Lealcn S. . Lewis beat T. Myers P. Munro, M. Cameron, J. H. Hitchen,:L. ' D ; Serisici,,.S.: J. Glover. <T. II. Hutton ancl B. Boon byes. P.. Cornwall beat G. A. Withers J. Fleming beat J. HvProtov B. Cottce beat Rf J. Nelson J. Horslcy beat G. Nelson G. Christie beat W. H. Bentley SECOND ROUND H. Campbell beat W. .Whito ;W. -Wark beat S. Lewis F. Munro beat M. Cameron \T,,H. Iiitchen boat L. D. Sorisiei S. J. Glover beat J. II. Ilutton . B. Boon beat P. Cornwall J. -Fleming beat B. Cotteo J.'' Horsley beat G. Clmstie THIRD ROUND W. Wark beat H. Campbell ■ F., Munro heat J. H. Kitchen t B. Boon beat S _ J. Glover J; Fleming beat J. Horsley SEMI-FINAL F. Munro beat W. Warlc B. Boon .beat J. Fleming "FINAL TO BE PLAYED B. Boon v F. Munro

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CATHOLIC BALL First Event of The Season [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

CATHOLIC BALL First Event of The Season .- For' the first ball on the season, held; in - the Au'isralian. Hall on Tues day. uiight,- the annual Catholic Ha l exceeded.'allxcxpectations, be'ng' borh socially and:'financially a'wonderful suecdss. The hall was crowded with .;iicarly.'-.-100 -couples, who danced '-to excellent,music supplied by Ileaney's orchestra.. N v - ■ The many new frocks of the fair sex presented a striking contrast in, coloi'sj -' whilst^the ; latest fashion-, nf ankle 'length< dresses >was. a very not iceable-feature, showing: thaiT~Gilgan dra . ladies are, notvfar behind th.eir city sisters in the fashion world. c . Many v.'sitors were in attendance from' outside ..centres.' nvost noticeable: of whom was Monsignor O'Donnell,' of Dubbo.' * - - Assisted by-a -willing' band of work ers Mrs . V.; J :v Kelly, the energetic secretary, ; carried, out: all arrange ments pcfoclly,' the hall' being taste fully, decorated Avith various colored streamers. \ -...

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BOOZY BOUT IN BUSH Has Police Court Sequel Engineer's Acquittal of Larceny [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930

BOOZY BOUT IN BUSH Has Police Court Sequel Engineer's, .■Acquittal': .of? Larceny ' '''More tiinn ordinary interea'. was taken in a case heard at the -Gilgandra Police Couri on Tues ' day, when Arthur Lendick, .40,' -was chargod that on March 31 at Eumungerie he did steal a turkey, valued at 15/-, the pro; perty of Harry Smith. ; The 'ease, which had in' turn-beer. *nd j our tied:. • from • two preceeding.,s"; tings;'■Avasihotly-con'testcdy.-Iiml .lasted; some ;hours. The. Bench , hold . that the evidence did 1 not sustain, the charge'^and - consequently..;; dismissed the information. • , • The Bench was occupied by Mi'. II.' L. Adams, P.M. Sgt. Campbell; . conducted- the prosecution wh'lc; Mr. II Beveridge, of Beveridge , and Serisicr/' ? was ' defendant's ■ vigorous advocate Mounted^ Constable. P.erkins. sta tioned at Eumungerie, stated tha' about 2 a;m. on-Mai'ch;3l Iast, George Leary told him something^ and he wont with him to the Eumungerie Hotel. In the stable at the iteai ol!...

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