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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

Xmas i f fts IN SEEKING GIFTS WHICH BESPEAK THOUGHT FUL FEELINGS CHOSEN TO ANOTHER'S TASTE, OR SELECTED TO GRATIFY YOUR OWN PEKSQ ; NAL;E?LEASURE IN EXQUISITE THINGS—HERE ARE,SUGGESTIONS WORTHY OF YOU. Handkerchiefs in Boxes of * and h dozens, in Linen, Swiss Embroidery, Opal—From 1/11 to 21/. Pink, Blue and White British Perlex Xylonite, in Brush and Combs, Miyrors, Manicure Sets, Photo Frames and Powder Bowls. Very Choice Cut Glass in Vases, Jugs, Trays, in prices that are right. Manicure Sets, large and varied assortment, ranging from 9 to 21. Faulding's Perfumes and Bath Salts, alSj sii::-? and shapes. J av^nder Bags, and many Novelties to choose from. Fancy Boxed Stationery, a useful gift. Prices from 1/3 to 11/6. Silk Hose and Silk Underwear make exquisite gifts./ Stocks of these comprising: Kayser Hosiery! and Dainty Lingerie Underwear. Bond's Hose and Chick Underwear in all the newest shades. GIFTS FOR MEN ARE ALSO WELL FEATURED. Double Double Silk Shirts in Sports, Tennis, ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

iixty miles an . ' • .and "^l7"0U have, in all probability, com pared, ihc^ apjTearanco.jofsi'tlic New Ford witlp !hn! of; User (inest car' you have over liMoiwi.' : • 11 > Now wc ask y6;i:rtosapplyjth:3--.samcj standard lo.|ils j^erformance. Bring; bach to your mind ytrv.- iin pressioi:> $ of the" most ' salisi'artoi y motor car performance--y°V experienced. Then come lo our. salesroom for. a ;ride. hi'the dNew.-'Korn.-,; JiQur-r- ■, ; in perfect safety y f ■> > •W'o ^ rtjifidrni^v prcdic! th-.t th's 'amaKiijg car will mccl «;alj5l'ac!ori'v the Mamlard'by which we ask ^ joii lo judge it. : Tl; ha5v;{Viready donij ;so:>for,-t}iov.sa3iil9 ; of " <*• ;jeric:icrt? motorists.' ",Ow2iers who i 1 onj; rc;j fo:sook the 'iglil "'eir 'il lcar* fir'cl are r>ow-brrkJi;i it.' ";v> with greater'satisfaction the IVew A'ord car. . ' 1 A r r a nfg-e To-day ' f o r' \ a ^ D e vi"o n strati- on LOCAL I)EALER. G1LG ANDRA MOTOR / IDALEIGH HOSPITAL OILGANDRA. Has been Iho...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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An International Factor. I. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

An International Factor. ''CRy E: L. Waller, F.R.G.S.) I. '.'It is oven probable that'tho .su-. pomacy of nations may bo determined by the possession of available petro leum and its products." _ ■ Mr. Collidge, late president of the U.S.A.; is responsible for the above statement. ."Who has oil has Empire" wrote a prominent - French, senator; and- Ministerialist; After ihe. great war \vns-won Lord Curzon stated "The Allies floated to 'victory., oil a wave of oil." Similarly it may be said that the U.S.A., whose, yearly foreign trade turnover exceeds £2,000,000, 000. and who is owed to-day by fo reign debtors more than £2,200,000, 000 has floated to its supremacy "on a wave of oil." In the year 1927 out | of a total world production of Ij25'l,l'15,000 barrels of oil, the U". I S.Ai provided no less than 905,800, | 000 barrels or 72,23 per cent. In that widely read book "The World Struggle -for ■Oil." by Pierre L'Espagnol do la Tramerye, Mr. Henri Berenger, who at the time Avas to be F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

BUNT (&AJNS MClNtY ' PLUCK A romance in bnainersl A few years back a young man arrived lit Australia. He had one asset and little money. TKis asset was knowledge. He had spent twenty years in the paint manufacturing: trade In Lnglanu. Soon after arrival in this country' he became associated with two young - men who had the economic vision ** email profits and quick turnovers. * riendd advised them not to apply these principles to the paint trade. They argued teat Jt was different from foodstuffs and ' retailing problems. Argument was uselcsn. 7'tic paint business was started, but only in a small way. Tho price was a revela tion for first-grade paint. Sympathy was about the only tiling tendered to the enterprisers. The best of pals cxpeeted failure. Nothing but a crash was anticipated. But the "inevitable" didn't happen. Despite all criticism* New ton V Paint sold and sold. Within six months it had bocn used In practicallv every town in Victoria. Within a year buyers had orde...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PERFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

PERFECT." An amateur theatrical company was arranging'for :;fcbs performance of a play .which contained -a rich va riety of characters. Owing to this~fact little 'progress was mado with the cast—a few members of the com pany making a-dcatl set at princi pal positions, while minor characters were going a-begging. One vacuous looking youth mado himself particularly obstructive, and brought down the wrath of a collea gue. In my opinion exclaimed the latter young smart men, in the interests of economy, take the part of Simpkms the fool. Why economy, demanded Smart, indignantly. Well, my dear felllow, was the quiet reply, you won't need any make up. IN CASE OF TROUBLE. Two strangers had been paired in the golf club tournament. One-was Colonel Thunder, red of face, wild of stroke, free of tongue. .The other was a meek man, intrduced as Dr. Pywell. J ... At the first bunker Colonel Thun der took a long, silent look at his ball, then turned and exclaimed. 'Pardon,-roe doctor, but before I t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land, Stock Salon incn, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. Ilond Offices; ; Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.). WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agcilts £01*: Cooper's Famous Dip,.1 The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. Loans negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Kates oC Int"rest. A.f H, SI Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes ' of Buildings. D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. Agent lor Royal Insurance Co. PRICES FOR TANKS j.000 Gallon, 24 gage, walls and j bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7. 3000 GALLON, same materials as I above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. aOOO GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tops loss £1/5/, and tap | d/G extra. All Prices Cash on Delivery. Prices for other tanks or for making on application. A. P. Walton, Gilga*._'>a Phone 71. REWARD, . A reward of £5 is offered by the Gilgandra -ShireCouncil for infor mation leading ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SCHOOL ESSAY Castles In The Air [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

SCHOOL ESSAY (By EDNA PARKER, The Juggah School) Castles In The Air : The castles that I build in my mind's eye are gloriously illuminated and rise to the zenith of fame. They ■are aL beautifully planned and liiled with bright-hopes; and ambitions;; ; My chief ambition is to become a highly qualified teacher. To learn all ■the secrets, and corners in ;vthe great castle of \Educatioiv and Know'odjre The Castle ;of Love- and "Kindness and< the Castle of Virtue and .Grace ' and the Castle of Truth :in 1 .Tusticc are very large castles :1s.tiding' many; trea sures. I have many smaller cas'Ies, -each lir.'ding . a valuable1 treasurei ^but .it i will not take quite'-thedengtn- of itime to build as it will- .take^tj finish: the larger castules—-if^ their bope>yare' over fulfilled. ' '■ The Castle of Knowleri(?o is a huge structure filled with books and great men 'and women- who am famed for tl,cir great learnitig The doors of tlv/ Castle • f Know ledge are. opened wide to tho...

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THE HOME BEHIND THE "FLAPPER." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

THE HOME BEHIND THE "FLAPPER." When \vc consider the behavioiv of a certain type of . modern 'girl, and hold up- our hands at tho late hours alie keeps, at the cocktails she .con sumes, :at the cigarette's she smokes, and at the immodest attire she; uf^ fects, wo too often forget-that ■'she might not scandalise her neighbor hood nearly so much if her parents ■hail had a battcridca of their respon sibilities. Children are very largely what their parents make them, and when .we see some flapper •forgetl'nc the dignity and reserve which are associated with true womanho;) I, wo wonder at times to what extent her homo is responsible for her rcoVics» ness and silliness. Fast .life and fast fashions are not acquired in a day,; and it is reasonable.to .«upposo that young girls of what wo rn'tfht call the. ja2z variety would' not be nearly so numerous: if • tlioir. fathers and •nioithcrs ' had fJiserciscdf- a re straining- hand. ."Unfortunately,, -too many Australian homes , resemble boardin...

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NOT SO CLEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

■NOT SO CLEVER. The spectators at a horse show were particularly thrilled at the'skill shown by a horseman who, after par forming' various acrobatics on the animal's back, finished up by caree. iljg round the ring as ho hung un (ic-L- neath tlie horse's neck. 'My goodness, exclaimed a pretty; ■girl;.'but-isn't he simply marvellous? ■■■Pooh, jher escort replicdy scorn-' fully, I don't .see anything wonder ful about that. That's what I did tho ■very first time I got on a- horse. —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

A; J HABGOOD) PLUMBER & GALVA NISD IRON WORKER ' Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross Windmills, and all other Goods of that Company's Manufacture, Always In Stock — No Waiting Windmills, Piping, Fittings, Baths, Bath Heaters, Tubs, Tanks, Tank Material. All Our Work is carried out by Plumbers. No Wood ( Butchers employed. Ring 4-9 and let me quote you.: i ramai i § §j h EJ if ■■.ss n H .3E!!!;l!H!;!!!®!!!!!E:!!;IES!'i!Sil!!ISi!i!!Kt!!!E'i!ilB;iil!ESii;'Eil!!!H!ililE3S:!SiiEiSl!!!lEi3!!Si!E!S5l[i::!a;5:131!f!fll!ii!S!!lna:!!lia!i3®i!ii|!21!81S3iilKIIKE!!l!;i "LOOK Y O-U R B E S T IN AN AKUBRA" .Ac T.c/t! A quiat, J.'ijnfiicd style, At Kt^ht; A becom ing :ic.r style, yrciily in. vogues . tr i <s ii • M(~1 QiiMirv ' * * 9*1 / \/i ' > / i /-.J/ V 9 XI . r t'j cuAtn ! fcMi No-doubt, that little bouquet... an. expression of affection or regard . . . adds a note of freshness and brightness. But the real finishing touch to a man's appearance is his ha...

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COST OF THE WAR. Over 10,000,000 Killed. £40,000,000,000 Expended. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

COST OF THE WAR. Over 10,000,000 Killed. £40,000,000,000 Expended. The Commonwealth War Historian (Captain-C. E. W. Bean), in an ad dress to members of the Constitutio nal. Association in Sydney on' Mon- ; day, said that even yet there verb men and women who did - not - tho roughly realise the tremendous cost of the Avar to thejworld.in both men and money, According to the latest statistical information available, there were over ten millian men actually killed in' the war, and the capital cost to 3 919 was over £40,000,000,000. Australia lost over 00,000 kill cd, and since the war there were 20,000 deoAhs amongst returned men that cculd be directly or indirectly attri buted to "war injuries; said Captain Bean. The allocation of tliose,killed on active service amongst other countries was:—Great Britain, 750, 000; other parts of the British Em : 'pire (outsido Australia) 950,000; •Tiv.ssia 1,700,000. France 1,400,000, Italy' 400,00*0, Roumania 336,000, Serbia 128,000, United States 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS' Plan NOW to utilise this durable building material for the Exterior and Interior Walls and Ceilings of your new home. You will thus be assured of an attractive dwelling that will be Fire Retardant, White Ant. Proof, and Per manently Durable. ■ Consider, too, that "■ FIBROLITE " Homes cost less than weatherboard houses, insurance premiums arc 25% less, and " upkeep " costs are practically nil. Write us Now for . Free Catalogue. JAMES HARDIE & COY. LTD. "Asbestos House;" Cr. York and Barrack Sts,, Sydney "FIBROLITE" Stocked lacclly by THE WESTERN STORES. )p: ffi $ i & (£ Si Manufactured in a large variety of designs and to any required size. All " SAMSON " Farm and Station Gates are strongly braced and electrically welded. '•X Write for Free Catalogue and Pncc List. James Hardie & Goy. Ltd, Cnr. York & Barrack Streets, Sydney. "SAMSOK" Gates are Stocked locally by:— S.J. GLOVER, GILGANDRA. THE ROYAL STANDARD IS SELECTED BY ALL DI...

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THE IDEAL WIFE. An Old Testament View. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

THE IDEAL WIFE..; 'An Old Testament View. (By the Rev. A. E. Macdonald.) The fancy is without; warrant, but. pleasing to entertain. Wo may i;nf.' jjine that the wise old men to whom we owe the Book of■■■ Proverbs/ or lie who gathered thoi" wisdom, read over what had been written. "But," thc-y Ei't'd, "this willnot do. We have spcs-' ken of women not a litlle, as anyone must who would speak of life, but it haa mostly been of the wrong sort of women, ani in warning. Thsive is the good woman, too; the good wife. Of" her also we' must say something." So the pen was picked up once iniore, and by the way of appendix we have to close tlio Book of Proverbs, a full* length portrait of the ideal wife: A man's picture, no doubt,, but it is such as your age and enlightened civi lisation would throw away with con tempt. That you raay. decldc for yo-.v self. ' ( The lined of the picture aro^blurrud little, because the writer has> chc .sen to employ that most wooden pi' Hebrew literary devices,...

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COULDN'S SAY IT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

COULDN'S SAY IT. ■ A ,clubman who was inclined to be slightly convivial;'was being, reproved by his wife. When: you!ve had a few whiskies and-sodas, she said severely, you ought toirealise you've had enough and ask for some'harmless drink line —well, sarsaparilla. i Yes, niy dear, was the meek reply, bijt tho difficulty is that when I've.had a :few. whiskies I can't say sarsaparilla.

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MOTHER AND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

MOTHER- AND HOME. (By Geovgc "dnluclie). It was 0111 Glcnbrookslaliyv... ,. . "-.The • men. ha<l--just' .-fuiishQS&ea When the cot>k coming in irom the ,| cool-safe said , ■ We're going to have company. i There's a man coming up the roadway | And -from'tJio way.he:bands at the knee, I- should say lie's been' having a- blow out 1, "Where the ••.•whisky's^.been-.;runiilng free. - Two men had;gone out to msct liini, One came .back-aud said xo the cook Chuck a bit of a fed together, This bToke looks to me to ba crook Then in came Ted Willis with .'.be stranger, And just as'they reached t he door, I-Io clutched at Ted's arm for a mom ent, Then fell m a faint on the lloor. They moved him across to the bunl: house And gave him a swig of rum, Then he 'came to and murmured, - thanks boys, I guess I'm just about done. But before I cross over I ho border, I'd like you all to know „ I once had a mother and heme, boys, Before I sunk so low,-. And while I stayed at the homes...

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C.W.A. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

C.W.A. Meeting imooting. of the above will,.-bo:. held at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday af-, tornoon- next, 11th January,, in. Brian's Hal!. The meeting is a.very : important one, and a full attendance^ of mombers is requested. ■:

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND Many good husbands are spoiled in the cooking; some women go about as if their husbands were bladders, and blow them up; others keep them i constantly in hot water; some freeze them by conjugal coldness; while others keep them in pickle all their Jives. The):c women always jserv'o tKem up with tongue sauce. Now it cannot be supposed that husbaud.v will be- tender and' good if managed 'in this way, but they arc, on, the con trary, very agrceab^'e when cooked as. follows:—Get a large jar called the jar of caiefulness; .place your hus band: in it and set him near the lire of conjugal love; cover him' over with EfTeetion and kindness.and subjection; garnish with modest becoming and "a spice of pleasantry, and if .you add ' kisses and other confections, let them bo accompanied with a sufficient por tion of:secrecy, mixed with prudence 2nd good sense.

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

Personal . . After a few days spent at' Oboron, Mr. J. F. Brian and Miss Muriel Bncn, of "Youngenbah," Combara, have returned home. Now that the holidays are over, shop assistants arc- settling down; to their labours. By arrangement the stores closed on January 2nd as well as New Year's Day. The New ! Year was ushered in very quietly, the dancing enthusiasts being well cater ed' for by a dance at Yarrandalc-. The next break will be on Anniver-', sary Day when the Gulargambone: Jockey Club will hold a two days'; meeting; Arrangements are wall in hand for 'the meeting, and visitors can be sure that they will receive their full, share of good racing: The - prize money this , year has been in creased by £10, and it is hoped the: - club's, action will be rewarded by a record nomination.

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WHEN MRS. BINGHI BOUGHT A CAR [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

WHEN MRS. BINGHI BOUGHT A CAR "You can never identify a .pros pect," is the new motto of Prank Conlon, a representative of . a : viiotor company, who has just arrived at In nisfail. Conlon proceeded to Mount Isa during ..his present trip from Bris bane, and returning by train -: to Townsvi'le found himself in a com partment with, among others, a black gin. This Australian native is a sta tion .cook, and had flown by aero plane: from Normanhurst to Clon curry, where she boarded the train to'visit Sydney. Before leaving C?n curry • the aborigine bought large numbers of meat pies, some of which wore ottered to Conlon and .eaten. Conversation followed, and Conlon .mentioned that he was in the motor trade. "Oh," replied Mrs. Austria, "I have been thinking about buying-' a car." Conlon says he cannot recall any greater surprise in his life than on. h'earing this remark. Salesmen's instincts .were 'immediately aroused, an{l'::the incident ended at Tamworth (where Mrs."Australia bought a- c...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

Cricket One of the very few occasions on which the First Graders are" favored by a' victory eventuated on Sunday, last, when opposed to the Leather Hunters.' Tl|ey emerged victorious by a margin of 111 runs 011 the fi;st innings.. During the week proceed ing the match, it was one of the :nain topics of conversation in the town, both teams having a large number of supporters. The Leather Hunters fielded and batted 14 men. Although; defeated, the Leather Hunters ware-., by no means disgraced. In fact they; wel^ nigh covered themselves with glory. The way they stuck to thair task in the field won the admiration. . pf the spectators, and afte? a disas trous start, they made a determined effort to prevent overwhelming • de feat. Batting first, the First Graders, thanks to a first wicket partnership', of 116, by H. Lewis, J nr., and N. Sut ton, compiled 225. After a very quiot start—both batsmen treated the bowling very carefully—the batting livened up after the luncheon inter val . The s...

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