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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

MOTHER !—What about n some of these delightful appe Try this rccipc for: CHEESE CAKES , 2 ozs. butter 4'ozs. flour 4 gill milk '-'■is Powder t Jib. short crust 2ozs. sugar 1 egg i gu». 1 teaspoon Aunt Mary's Baking Poww. Some, jam '■•■';■'. '. Method.—Roll pastry thinly, line-about IS small patty : tins and put half teaspoon jam in cach. Beat butter . and sagsit to crcam, add beaten egg; then milk. Stir in sifted flour and Aunt Mary's Bakint; Powder. Put portion of the mixture into each patty tin, put a thin strip of pastry in a curl on top. Bake in a steady heat - 10 to 15 minute's. ^u;aUs^s »\ot -^0t\n4GT°CeT5 Co*1* GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing. Urgent Prescriptions any hour, Day or Night. APTHI'lP ^ PARROf I M.P.S. PH4RHACEUTICAT, CTTRMJRT. 'Phone 20. Miller Street, Gilgandra. HOW A ROT IT YOUR WfRFfJ?<K SWT Now is the time to get your .old Sets in Order. Remember, the Amalgamated Wireless Co. give FREE SERVICE with "Radiol...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

> NEW Spring SEE FOR YOURSELF THE NEW MATERIALS. WE'D LIKE TO HAVE YOU SPEND A FEW MI NUTES WITH US AND LOOK AROUND SO THAT WHEN YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY FOR CLOTHES YOU'LL BE STYLE POSTED. THE VALUES WILL MORE THAN SURPRISE YOU. DRESS LENGTHS, each distinctive, in Art Silk, Ray non, Art Crepes, Voiles, Organdi and Tricichine. A NICE RANGE OF TOERALCOS, in Plain, Neat Floral Patterns and Kindergarten Patterns, 40in, at 2/6. INDIAN HEAD CLOTH, full range of the newest shadings, Colors 2/3 yard, White 1/10 yard. Neat Designs in CAMBRICS in beautiful shadings for day frockp, 40in., at 1/6 yard. ORGANDI MUSLINS, in Floral designs, 2 11 yard. COTTON FUJI (British), Pastel Shades, 40in., 1/6 yard. CREPE-DE-ARTO, the Beautiful Lingerie Cloth, love ly tonings, 38in., 2/3 yard. CHECK ZEPHYR AND GINGHAM, at 10id yard. JAP. CREPES, all shades, 7id yard. A Special Selection of PRINTED BED SPREADS, very suitable for summer use. Prices from 5/6 each'. YOU WILL FIND THAT WE NOT ONLY HAVE THE CREAM ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

- - OUR BUSINESS TO KNOW, TO ADVISE AND SUGGEST SO THAT THE BEST RESULTS MAY BE OBTAINED OUR PRICES ARE COMPETITIVE, BUT, ABOVE ALL, WE BEAR RISK OF BREAKAGE IN TRANSIT. LUXURIOUS LAWN HAMMOCK.—Fully protec ted from the sun and wind. This Lawn Ham mock is as wide and as long as a single bed. The standards and tripods are of steel tubing, and can be folded into a small space.—COM PLETE with two loose cushions, £14/17/6. SUPPLIERS OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE AT PRICES BELOW THOSE OF THE LEADING FURNITURE EMPORIUMS-OF SYDNEY. , 5r OAK BEDROOM SUITE, done in oyster grey color, 5ft Wardrobe with sliding trays; Mirror 52in. x 16in.; Dressing Table 3ft 9in, and 4ft 6in. full pannelled Bed to match.—PRICE COMPLETE £29/10/. - ... f!1 ^ ^ *" "THE TENTERFIELD," with 2in. Pillars, Porcelain Centres and Spindles, Brass or Nickel Pillar Mounts, in black or colors. 3ft Gin, 4ft 6in £11/12/6 £11/15/ THE ABERDARE BEDSTEAD— 2in. Pillars, Porcelain Spindles with brass or nickel mounts, in either black of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Laud and Stock SuScs nicti, Stock, Trucking, and General 'Commission Agents. , • Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA-' BEAL (Vic.) Agenlri for: Cooper's Famous Dip,| ' The Patriotic Assurance" Co.- Ltd. • . Loans negotiated on Freehold and; Leasehold securityat Lowest Kales of Interest. A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA ■For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings. D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live. Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLKR ST., GILGANDRA. Agent for Royal Insurance Co. CHRISTIE BROS Auctioneers, Stock, Statior and General Commission Agents. ... Agents South British Insurance' Co. Fire Insruancc, Marine, Live Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH 13JU'riSII Has becu 'established in Now South Wales for over 50 years, and is well known , to .the insuring .'public- for its liberal -..policy ..conditions, 'moderate premiums and promptitude in Settle ment of Claims. Tel.; Office 83, Residence 104. Mi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CONFIDENCE IN WOOL VALUES. Moderation an Advantage. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

CONFIDENCE IN WOOL VALUES. Moderation an Advantage: YVinchcombc, Carson Lt'd. report: Recent wool market experiences dc iimufc-trii'm the pun! hiKnan nature plays in business, despite'the matter of-fact conditions under which com merce is generally considered to be conducted.-.• Tho.!revival •'•in -.buying is largely due • to a thorough regain in confidence in the value of the staple and the,resulting increased turnover in tops and yarns; Prices for . thojse products -have moved upwards.Average G4's merino tops which wore quoted in Bradford at IJOid per lb a month ago have lat terly sold at !M5d. A year ago these tops were sold at 'IRJd. Their value is, therefore, now about 25 per cent lower than in November, 1 !>2S. coin pared with the drop of .'!5 pc'r ccnt a fmv weeks back. That improvement is satisfactory and a further woder-. ate rise in - rates^ looks possible. Dut it will be unwise to assume thai, wool is likely to again sell at ex treme prices. High: returns would no: dou...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BOXING. Barber Too Good for Brander TOWEL APPEARS IN 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

BOXING. Barber Too Good for Brander TOWEL APPEARS IN 13th. /Though ho won the first seven of the thirteen rounds which he fought willi Tommy But-bu;- at the Bathurst stadium on SaLurday ni^ht, Lee Brmidcv's (Tooraweenr.h) ■ seconds; skied the towel when the thirteenth round was half finished. Barber, who is the ex-feather weight champion of Australia; weigh ed in at U.5, "while Brander weighed 9,1. ^ There was a fair attendance. The styles of the two men were'as fill- apart as the two poles, Grander giving an excellent: demonstration' of the use of the hard right cross,, which ho used consistently throughout the ;first seven rounds of the light, while Barber excelled in in-fighting. Brander■■.-opened- the first round with a straight left ,and for a time I the tlwo boys fought at long range. Both displayed- speed with then hands and feet, though in this re spect Brander-made'his opponent ap pear" a novice. At the end of the round Barber was pushed against the ropes, where ho took som...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A CHANGE. Title of "Weekly" and "Castlereagh" Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

A CHANGE. Title of " Weekly " and "Castlereagh" Newspapere. ••• • Commencing with this issue "The Gilgandro. Weekly" und '"The Castle reagh" newspapers will in future be known as."The Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh." both papers appearing under one heading. This will prevent any misunderstanding tliat two separ ate papers nro published in Gilgandra; as well as retaining the names of both journal.-.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

COMING BROS .THE GOLDEN KEY CAFE NOW ONE OF THi: MOST UP-TO-DATE ^ REFRESHMENT ROOMS, t IN THE WEST—WARM IN WINTER, COOL IN SUMMER. PULL STOCKS OP CONFECTIONERY, CAKES, BISCUITS; ■ AND :■ 1'ASTHy. Phone 30. Box ,33. FRESH FRUIT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON: j UKOCE1UES—BEST BliANDS ONLY.'. TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES'.' MEALS AT ALL HOURS. American Soda Fountain Drinks. Delicious Ices and Sundaes. > : . Our Motto ia Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Service. COMING BROS —GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. "-FX 1 In a 'Pen that Ends ^Breakage—*Brings Jewel-like '•Beauty—28% Lighter fVeight You here behold Parker's new model Duofold Pen. In reaching this goal, they spent 35 years on 47 major improvements. Made 16,000,000 pens. Now the Barrel is made of Non-Breakable Permanite in stead of rubber as formerly. It is 28% lighter. It "comes in lustrous Jade, Lacquer-red, flashing Black and Gold, Mandarin Yellow, and Lapis Lazuli Blue — all Black tipped. It comes in 3 sizes—each with 6 gr...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

SHIRE COUNCIL. Monthly Meeting. There was u full attendance oj councillors at last Friday's meeting of the Gllgfi.ndra Sbiro Councli, pw Aided over by the president (Cr. b. Townscnd). CORRESPONDENCE." . Tbo Coonabarabran Laud l>oard ad viiud that permission had been B*an-; ix-d V. K. Murray to place a rabbit [.•roof fence across the Coonanible road' near, his property. ' ■ The Gilgandra P. and G. -Associa-, lion requested that 'the : minimum • rhargc of 3/ per month be waived for 'he public srhool and that a charge I'V made for current used.—Decided to inform the association /that early in, t he new year,the matter would be con sidered. ,• An application by V. J. Kelly ."for the sub-division on behalf:,of J. \V- Mc. Donagh of his business premises occu !pied by V. P. Kielv was approved of. r ,The Land Board, Dubbo, asked if 1 council. would..jipprove of T.; O.-.Hig i g;in«: application for a special lease near the.trucking yards.—A motion by Crs. Yoo and O'Brien that. per-", miss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

THE A.B.C. CAFE MILLER STREET :: GILGANDRA PI10NE 73. Is being renovated throughout, and will be completed •within the next few weeks. The new proprietors are installing a 14ft Soda Foun tain, 13ft Show Ease, 34in Back Bar, Mirrors on all sides of the Refreshment Room set in maple, besides many other up-to-date improvements. When completed the A.B.C. Cafe will be second to none in the West. NOTE.—We have no connection with any other shop jn town. PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Cream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. THE • ROYAL STANDARD : TYPEWRITER HEBE! IS SELEQTED BY ALL DISCRI M1NATING BUSINESS MEN ON ACCOUNT OF ITS ^S|gip$S9 Durability, Sturdy Construction end Perfect Press Work. "Compare the Work." SYDNEY PINCOMBE LIMITED AUSTRALASIAN AGENTS: .. . '1G-4S HUNTER. STREET, SYDNEY. RED COUPON COMPETITION CLOSES 30th NOVEMBER, 1829!* Priezs for the Collectors who have Redeemed the Most RED Coupons since-,June 1st. ■ £100 IN PRIZES. V ^ S " V I ■rs ■m:z...

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WHAT BARADINE CAN PRODUCE. Wool, Wheat, Oats, and Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

WHAT BARADINE CAN PRODUCE. Wool, Wheat, Oats, and Lucerne. Mr. W. Mills,\who has an area of 1840 acres about Ave miles from lia radina, has produced some fine wheat;.' oats, lucerne and woo] this year. The' area in question is part of the much discussed Piliiga scrub. There arn two samples of wheat, one Minister and the other Marshall's No.-3. Both v an: line specimens and nru from 3i't to 3ft Gin high. Wlion ready to cut it .should yield a handsome rcturi). The Algerian oats arc also, well grown, and should yield well. Perhaps ihc best of the samples is the lucerne. This was grown on three acres, sown on March 2U, and is nearly 3ft high. Mr. Mills runs 450-tnixed sheem and {he quality of the wool is excellent. A travelling painter named- Rob ert Charles Davis, was arrested in Peak Hill last week, and on Thursday was sentenced to six. months hard labor in Bathurst gaol for committing an assault on a little girl of tender age. g. ■ ■ . An area of 3343 acres, in the'land district of W...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

CRICKET. aasfew* >' j ncvt ilw tcura travels to ;&™Jra £ a match with the foils Convoyahce will be per mot.cn that the townspeople do not oncourage the cmkc^tMrn >^°-club king f«®«on4c,nSl^lioS-T»ot Nvith Matches at >ntprvnls does no^^^ tSt^PS^^st^ w "nowevel kt it be said that bmation. Uov.e\cr, k ,. memh0rS nl nU W its absence: at time of wi tin,. Td ^that membSs^U make iuU WsS&waflWT; od by the inclusion 0^^°had l,o diffi SiB&tt&ftfe* Eichardson'anrl J. Sufctonbajeclwcll sa«»S& telo. "AKt •» "k N. Suttoril b Basselt 109 Lewis, retired ■ 2S Richardson, retired ,fe 31. J. Sutton, c Purdy, b Giavko, st. Remhai^, b 1 aircii ^ Saunders, run out : , * :; ~ Ferguson; b Vass 0 Larrisscy., c Vsoh, b west ^ Press, h.o.w., b West 0 Kosscr, not out u - 8 Brion, c PurdjV b 1 arrell Sundries _ .., rp , , . 278 ■ Bowling.—Purdy for 43^.a^ 1 fov 51, Bassctt.2 for .57, U- *ari t 2 for 31, T; Farrell 0 for 2o, Llci5 for 23 West 2 for 42, J. Bassett ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

NEW FORD 11 duranee permits Sustained Driving under full Power /CONTINUOUS.' driving hour after hour was proved lo he an accomplishment of I ho New Ford car Jong before it was first presented- to the public. Such endurance is nUaiuet! by a powerful, low-speed motor. perfectly lubricated :iud perfectly cooled. 'I hut is why unvarying', excellence of pcrfurmrjtice is maintained mile iifler mile. Chassis and btody have likewise been built to meet lliis test of endurance. Knotc the facts about the New Ford Car. We will be happy to demonstrate. LOCAL DEMERS. GILC.ANDKA MOTOR GARAGE CO.

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ARMATREE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

ARMATREE NEWS. On Wednesday-night last a vcvv successful dance was held m the local .hall in uid of tho Christmas tree and ■ ,£11 were the not proceeds. The Christmas tree will, bq held in the.lo cal hall on Tuesday, December 17. The local school boys played the; Gular boys cricket on tho local wic ket on Saturday, and much to the de light of the, parents showed well wit h both bat and ball, and won from Gu lar -by an innings and 05 runs.. Eric Maloney has the hat trick to his cre dit. Scores:—Gular—1st innings: A. Challcnor b K. Kilgour 4, B. Snundci'3 b Sibbald 11, D. Sutton c Sibbald b E. Maloney 3, L. "Matthews b"J3. Ma loney 4, W. Goodyear b E.„ Maloney 0, K. McDonnell b IS. Malonoy 0, b. Lewis not puiJJ, M. Lynam b L. Sib bald Oj J. Knight b L.-Sibbuld 0, K. Papworth c D. Sibbald b L. Sibbald 0, J. Stranger b L. Sibbald 0, sun1* dries -1. Total 37. Bowling: Kilgour 1 for 12, Jackson 0 for ~ Eric Maloney 4 for 7, L. Sibbald 4 for 11. Armatrec—L. Maloney c and b IX Sutton 40, L....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

TANKS TANKS PRICES FOR, TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7. 3000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap-^-£ll/5/. • 3000 GALLON,' asabov'e^ £15/10/. Without tops loss i'1/5/, and tap 5/6 extra.. ^ ' AIL Prices Cash on Delivery. Prices 'for other tanks or,: for inaliiny on application. A, I*. 'Walton, GilgUhdru. Phone 71. if v/7t %k\- • \ always with LUBALOY 22's ...Use Lubaloy 22's always and avoid frequent barrel cleanings. An .-exclusive development of VVcs'.crn Ammunition, Lubaloy i'i a self-lubricating alloy. Pre vents metal-fouling/ Lubaloy 22's .^. employ non-corrosive priming mixture. Dependable, uniform and accurate. And ihey'.cbst no more than orclin ary lend cartridges. They're worlli h trial. Your local storekeeper sells Lubaloy ih-fl'tfl1,ie is 0111 ot stoclc, write to hO"i BROS. (Sydney) LTD., US ( Inrnice Street, Sydney. l L'JBfllCATINSC ALLOY) mnaaaKanwitiyfrrri j-rn i airrfVT rnrr.n ■1/6/30 Builder, Contractor and Renovator. , W...

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BIDDONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

BIDDON. Hay. making is finished for this sea sou. The cut is 'light on the whole, but not nearly so light as it appeared to be some time back before tho good rains set in. Since tho end of'Soptem ber tillnow the season may be claased aj- good, as very nice rains have fal-j ]en, although not heavy, but of-the right sort, and -with so much cool wea ther it. was all that could he desired for the growing and ripeningsof the, crops. Stripping will commence in the very near future. It 'will not be easy to forecast the average, but.per sonally I should say it -vvil bo some thing in the vicinity of 3 bags per acre. The wheat has filled up woll and if allowed to get i|. off 'farmers'will do much belter .than expected. Last Sunday a'storm worked up in tho afternoon and heavy rain set in, 120 points boing registered here. It was a very fine rain and although of no use to the' wheat crops it: will bring grass and vegetables along nice, ly. 1 might mention that the rain did no harm here. Mumps h...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ELECTRICIAN INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

ELECTRICIAN INSPECTOR. Mr. James Cassidy, of Gilgandra. has been appointed inspector of cica trical contracts and wiring within the Gilgandra shire. " * * * ■ . C.P.S. RESIGNING. ' In a recent issue of the Government Gazette is notified; the resignation of Mr. G. K. M. Eobson, G.P.S.j ut Gil gandra, which is to take effect from December 2. PICNIC GOLF. On Sunday a party of. Gilgandra golfers intend visiting: Tooraweenah, partaking of a picnic lunch - in the mountains as well as meeting a local team. • * !? * DEATH OF MR. FRED OLIVER. News has reached Gilgandra of'the death of Mr. Fred Oliver, an erst while Gilgandra resident, which oc-' curred recantfy- at the' lioya! Prince; Alfred Hospital, from bladder trou ble. The deceased, who was approach ing 50 years of age, was a native of the Wimmera, Victoria, being a mem-,, ber of a well-known family. He mar ried a daughter of the late James . Keyte, of C'urbam who survives him, together with a family. After resid ing in Newtown, Gilgand...

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UNNECESSARY POLICE RAIDS. "Guilty Until Proven Innocent. Thus "Citizen" in the Narromine "News":— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

•If : —-v-— UNNECESSARY POLICE RAIDS. "Guilty Uijtil Proven' Innocent. ihus "Citizen" in - the -NarrotoiLie •'•'News":—. J 1'ormit me to congratulate you on your .outspoken coram cuts -with re ?,';u'd to the procedure adopted by tho police iri the recent.' raid nt Karro mine and Gulnrgambone, and at thfi same time I would.crave space in the ■ columns of. your widoly road iund in torssting; paper, l'or a few remarks, in support of your just comments.' Firstly, might I say, the law is ge nerally regarded as ''an ass,'' and, iin numerous instances is administered byasses. The terms "law" and "jus tice" are as wido apart as tho poles. It has been said that an accused' person is regarded as being "innocent until proven guilty," but' if it 'wore transposed to read "guilty until pro ven innocent," it would be found much nearer the mark in the majority of instances. Officers of the Crown r.asume that ,a person is guilty of an ofl'ouce. and an arrest being made die I onus of. prpof of innoce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

ilBALEIGH HOSPITAL GILGANDRA. Hiss been thoroughly renovated and L3 under entirely new management. Medical, Surgical and Obstetric cases received. Aa efficient nurse always cm night duty. ■i TEEMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TOWNSEND. ^ YOUR XMAS CORDIALS. Now is the time to order your Cordials for Xnas. Get the best by ordering them from S. G. TURLEV, Cordial Manufcaturer, Gil:?andra. Phone 75. All classes of cordials supplied nt 3/ dpr.en.

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BOWLS AND HOW IT IS PLAYED. Laws of the Game. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

BOWLS AND HOW IT IS PLAYED. Laws of the Game. In view of the official opening of a bowling green in <,rilgandra the fol lowing' rules will.be of ■interest to in tending members:— . The Green——Rinks or- Division,!*. ■ ■' 1. The playing area of the green / shall be,not less than 11 Oft, anil not; mprii than 125ft in 'length, and shall", bo divided, into spaces called rinks not loss than 17ft and not more than 20ft' in width (excepting that in' ihe case of a ditch rink there shall be at least 1.0ft between the number peg and _the ditch); the top; of plinth ;is portion of the; playing ai:ea of the green. The centre of each rink: being, i marked on the bank at' each end by a. disc or other.device upon which shall be. plainly, indicated the consecutive number of the;rink; each - corner1 of the rink shall be marked by a white 'rod, placed .perpendicultirly i'n .• the. ~ bankf which rod shall be not loss than, one half inch and not more than one inch in width, the portion/ thereo...

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