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CRICKET BERIDA v. WARATAHS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

CRICKET EER1DA v. W/lRATAHS 1 Cerida>cricketers visiter Gilgandra «nd - metIthe iWaratahs >lri,< alkfriend!y Cme.'They;wero beaten by twcntj rou luns&on the first,innings Foi "a atahs -K.' Marchant's C3 not om was by far the biggest score. -The' only other niarnlo reach double lig iucs\being L McKenzie* \yith 10 For/:Berida :the vMcCutcheon-ibrothev.S1; <wcrc the only ones to reach Joubic (igiu-es. In,the second innings Gil Candrar'.made:;.G4,'; leaving; Beridasitu ^nialte,88 jiinV, fifty-five: niiniiteSijeBovida *did well to make within 9*of .that score tfor the1-'loss of only one wic ket when time was called. , , .Mowing-,arc the scores:—, - - r WARATAHS—1st InningV. • ' A Noonan, inn out ,, ~ P. Reynolds, b R. McCutcheon.., ~ G. Dowling, b R. McCutcheon 7. X Ma-chant, not out ' y 03 K. Tibbits; - c and. b .R.;McGutcheon. 0 _Ci* Holland, ,c B. Chisholm, b R. -McCutcheon „ _ " ' , , -0 A Noonan, c 'G Nelson, b B Chisholm ~ t ^ 1 J. Hiatt, b B., C...

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

CENTRAL WESTERN RAINFALL The following art- the details of the year's- rainfall in the Central West ern Plains area, with the local .aver ages:- in ■ perenthesis Carinda (1548) nt'Ii Quanibono (16-19) - 833; Coonamble (1929) . 1006 Gusavgamb'one . (2276) 1107 Nyngan (1G43) 752 Girilambone (1612) ' 649 • Warren (1878), • ■ 979 Nevertiro (1662)* 772 * Trangie (1784) ■ 1-184 t Narromine (I860) 1109 Gilgaiidra (2290) - 1217 ' Tottenham (1747) 1157 Tullaniore (1845) ' 1186 Peak Hili (2059) ; 1269 Trundle (1807) - 1171 Bogan Gate (1740)- . 1261 Condobolin (1076) . 227 Ungarie (1692) : ;; • ■ 1281\ Yalgogrin North': (-1851.):'.15'IS

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

ENTERTAINMENT TAX . ■ The :New South ; Wales: ontcvtain 111 ent tax came ; heavier than«'the; in dustry expected; It Avas -originally' ex pected, that the tax would amount to one half-penny for .eversixpencs over 2/-. The Bill as passed through ail -its;stages by Parliament,', provides the following schedule:—Admission; ear ges ' exceeding: .l/6 and .less tlian' '2/ —tax, one half-penny; admission charges of 2/- and over—tax \mc ponny fo:y first .two . shillings, \and' one halfponny for .every; sixpence or part of sixpence ;by Avhich the payment ex ceeds two shillings.- The tax came in to operation on the January 1st;

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

WANTED I ' SHARE FARMING LAND WAN TED. : Tractor Plant. 500 to .1500 acres. Reply,This Office. I ' ' ■ ■ TRESPASS NOTICE. \r Anyone found tresi. =sing: on Weenoona will be prosecuted without •°speet to persons. , G. W. COXEDGE, Manager. FOR SALE A Refreshment Room and Mixed I Business in a prosperous wheat arid [ grazing district. Lines include fruit; drinks, refreshments, confectionery, ' igont for Peters Ice- Cream (with Nizer), Snd small goods. Good oppor | tunity for live - business person. Ow [ ner has good reason for selling. Turn over £3000 a year. Price £700 walk in walk out.—Apply Box 19, Gilgan dra. '' NOTICE. To the Ladies of Gilgandra, "anil District, our representatives-will ; call and demonstrate the excellericy'iand 'beauty of the Jennyns Patent Corset, highly approved by the medical pro fession in England, Arnerica, Austra lia and other countries. The corset of the day and the fashion of the hour. Don't'miss'this rare opportunity of seeing it. Write P.O., Gilgandra. ...

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

I STORES ROBBED . A thief got busy at the Western Stores, Narromine, on New Year's Eve or Wednesday night, and gain-' ing entrance by forcing .open one of the -fan-'ights on the roof, a good, haul was made of' jewellery,' .v.v socks:,■■ ties, .clothing, rhats and: other;.valu-: ables. When .the -discovery was madei .;on. Thursday: 'inorning -the police were at once notified.

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

Nature needs hdpi Itlodern foods pljy havcc with ft ourdigeslion r-Mature recy.iirci occasional gentleaid in climin atingiuaste/rom Hie system w FIGS! acts smoolhlii f. easily upon the digestive organs, helping Ihem to do their worlujpnt ly. Figsen is the ideal laxative Does not purge or gnpe. <&uij a te-dutj I John Pcyfcri, M.P.Si: Pharmacol tical Ch?mist" ** and Optician GULARGAMBONE . : Telephone 107. WOOD YARD. AHl orders promptly attended to ' and delivered. £wpI>Ked to any length at shortest ». notice. GENERAL CARRIER, Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial - Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gulargambone. P.O. Box 30. Phone 110. JUST ARRIVED. GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality finest. Full, stock re cords, pianola rolls, H.M.V. Portable and other models. Golfing Material on hand. Famous Kro-Flite Golf Balls. Hairdresamg Saloon. Billiards. RYAN BROTHERS BOURBAII STKEK'J", ... GULARGAMBONE. GULARGAMBONE \ '0\,- - sypi ?-£N*A Storekeeper ha_ Xpert. I...

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GULAR GLEANINGS Sports at Armatree [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

GULAR GLEANINGS Sports at Armatree , On New Year's Day the Arniatroo Sports Committee staged another oi their enjoyable outings, and was wcV rewarded with a bumper attendance, as a result of the efforts of the or ganisers the profit was over the S! mark, and considering the condition.; row exts-ng, the effort, was a.i .ex t;cmcly good one. • , Much of the success of ;the : outing must be attributed to tho-'efForts^of Mrs. Falkmor and Misscs^earVkarju Tully. v >' The results oi/ the jevents?Aware;?if.T fol'owa:— * ' ' t ' !, t \ 4 BOYS' RACES * / 7 to !): D. Treasure 1,'K. Kilgnir 10 to 12:,T. Kilgourjl, J.'Gilletc 2i IS to M: L.^SIbbald'1, A. McGwcn Th"ei> Lt-ggcd Racc D Sibbald and A. Bavan 1. ■ v 4 to1 0. D Sibbald 1 _ Sack Race: A. Bovan^l, A. "Bai Nlen 2 ' ' _ s GIRLS' RACES 4 to'G: N. Law 1,'D.' Law 2. 7 to 9: JL. Sibbald 1,'G. Bavan 2. [ JLO to 12: A. Gil-ctt 1, G. Bardcn 2 13 to 14: M. Sinclair 1, JdT sil bald 2. Three Legged Race: MV: .Sibbald:: and G. Bavan 1. ' * OTH...

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SHOOTING AT DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

SHOOTING AT: DUBBO The peacefulness of the neighbour hood, at the intersection of Carring; i on Av.enue and Cobborah Street, was disturbed by the sound of a revolver fchot at 10.80 a.m. on Monday, morn •ng :ast. The explosion was preceded by the sounds of an altercation be twcen~a man and a woman, believed to be the outcome of a quarrel'over the eternal triangle. On the arrival of Dr. Yuille, he found that a man nam ed Alfred-Tuck had sustained a buliet wound in the head, extending from the temple to the forehead, over the right eye. The doctor ordered the victim's removal to Dubbo Hospital, where the wound was found to be only slight. The police were called in, and later arrested a woman on a charge of shooting with intent to murder. The victim passed a good night and is not seriously injured. At the Police Court on Tuesday morn ing before Mr. A. J. Bryant, J. 1'., Catherine Tuck was called upon to answer charges of having a unlicens-. ed revolver in her possession, and with shooti...

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

• 't' ftoV>t #>» ?rs«fwi« '-jii-5 s*Hm I ** vtv » 011 \c£ ttvo *\vO^ ^V0' ^^<^ SAVE THE LTDS Handsome Surprise Packct for 50 clean Lids. C-ILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful *?nrl Accurato Dispensing1. Urgent Prescriptions any hour. Day or Night. ■ iPTHflP Q PARROT! M.P.S. PTT-\RHACEIITICATi CHETVfTST. 'Phone 2ft. Millar Street. Gilgandra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET I Now is the time to get your old Sets in Order. Rt- member, the Amalgamated Wireless Co. give FREE SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time Do not order a New Set until you have seen and heard the Latest One Dial Control. "SCREENED SIX", Cabinet Model, complete, with built in loud speaker .............. . .£49 STRAIGHT SIX" Model, complete with loud - speaker, etc ......... £35 A KFMRF.R " LOCAL DEALER. iVi McLEOB, LTD. MILLERS AND GRAIN MERCHANTS GILGANDRA Highest Market Prices Given for Good Milling Wheat in any Quantity Wheat Received at our Mills, on Silo Terms and Conditions. N.S.W. Bulk...

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PERSONAL HYGIENE. And Modern Mothercraft. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

PERSONAL HYGIENE. And Modern Mothercraft. There are many among us, who while particular enough about ihe bigger points of personal cleanliness and hygiene, are careless as to the smaller, though no less important de tails. Take, for instance, the matter of freslr air. Generally spealring, . the Australian is a lover, of fresh air—r as one can .see by our beaches and pic nic spots at any holiday time- or week-end—and: sleeping out lias be come almost as common with us as sleeping in. But: there are still many people who will welcomc "fresh air day by day,' but do not feel quite cure about it at night. The old superstitious prejudice against "night air" is by no means dead yet. Again, the modern-type of Australian architecture does, not give much scope to lovers of fresh, air; verandahs—which • are not looked upon by any means generally.as a necessary part of the house-;—when Miey do exist, are more of the nature of a room open on one side only t^,an the old type of verandah which was...

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GENERAL NEWS £ FOR £ SUBSIDY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

GENERAL NEWS £ FOR £ SUBSIDY v^.Tlic pound for pound subsidy for : iibl.c hospitals throughout.the State' I will Be discontinued at the end of June, after which the subsidy will depend upon the needs and merits of each institution. This was forecasted by Mi-. Love i^hen he was in Du'nbo a few weeks ago, writes the Dv.bbo "Dispatch." , Yivi

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

"JpOR whatever purpose your tractor is used, Voco vriil make it give more power . . . power without a knock in the hardest pull... power for more work at no estra cost. Thirty years experience in supplying petroleum products for exacting agricul tural conditions stands behind Voco. Follow the example of other up-to-date and pros perous tractor owners .... . order Voco and it will become, in your tractor, the hardest worker on the farm. VACUUM OIL COMPANY PTY. LTD. • Marketers also of apftotenic Plume Motor Spirit, 'the New Mobiloi! and Laurel Kerosene II I II' 'I mill in MM III! 11 / ll || I Ml n I ) II I I I I I I I I ill l I l I I l I I il PECIALLY distilled from carefully selected crudes, Cross Kerosene contains all the essentials of a clean burning fuel. An easy start and perfect combustion are secured by the volatile constituents, while the heavy compon ents provide that unique volume of power peculiar to Cross. 3.—SMOKE Black smoke issuing from the exhaust is a sure indication...

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BREELONG v. SPRINGFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

BREELONG v. SPRINGFIELD ; -Breelong played Springfield a very friendly game of cricket at Breelong 011: Boxing Day. and the locals oncc more - proved :thoniselves superior, .- Following are the scores:— SPRINGFIELD—1st Innings :A.v,.Childs, c R. McKechnie, b It. , „Irvin" - ,4 G.. McKellar, b E. McKechnic - 0 J-v Wynne, c Irvin, b E. Irvin 2 F.Wynne, b\E) McKechnie 5 A. Raglus, run. out Ji W.^Childs, Ibw, b R. Irvin '1 A. McKcKar, b R. Irvin 0 C. McKellar, b R. Irvin 0 F. Semmlcr, b' E. MoKechnie . . :10 C.'Convary, c Cox, b E: McKech nic . ',0 G # Hillior, 'not out 0 Sundries' 1 Total 36 SPRINGFIELD—2nd Innings A.; Childs, run out . r 0 G. McKellar, b D. Butler ( 9 J. Wynne, b W. Irvin 1 F.vWynne, b D. Butler 3 A . <Raglus, e Cox, b D. Butler 0 W: Chiids, b D. Butler , 0 A." McKellar, c K. McKellar, b Mc- ; Ewen 2 F. Scmmler, b McEwen 19 C. McKellar, b L. McKechnie 2 C. Convary, b L. McKechnie 2 G. Hilliei1, not out 0 Sundries _r 0 Total 50 BREELONG—1st "Innings. E. McKe...

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PASTORAL PROBLEMS Facts For The Prime Minister Discussion With Graziers [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

PASTORAL PROBLEMS Facts For The Prime Minister Discussion With Graziers Concern over the present; position of the pastoral position has'-been ex-'! pressed by several of the* new Fed orn] Ministers during the last' fqiv ■weeks: It is understood-thatl,oneJoi',: 'twoV;of them- had; -informalv.»discus sions ^with men whoi. apparently'.'had, ; suggestions .to offer; j.althouglvwJhosOi '.men weio acting on their own init iath'o:and 'could:express only-personal; op'nions , There was the desn^on .the 'pint of glaziers that^ before'the Fadowil Goveinmnt took any impoitant a<* ':on, Uhc facts and views of, thc iri^ (1 us try should be authoutatively pi.c forward. Consequently there wa's a '■fooling.!, ofrcassuranceyamongv graz iers Whenatwas ■ announcedi.that, re-r :p'rescntatives?of the Australian Wool growers'' Council - and' the- Grazitr.s' Fadeial Council of Australia would confer with the'' TJrime .Minister in Melbourne on January -. 10. This'js the- first 'occasion in which ...

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

COMINO BROS 1 THE GOLDEN KEY CAFE NOW ONE OF THE MOST UP-TO-DATE REFRESHMENT ROOMS . ■. ' IN THE WEST—WARM IN WINTER, COOL-IN SUMMER. - FULL STOCKS OF CONFECTIONERY, CAKES, BISCUITS, AND " PASTRY. - Phone 30. Box 33. FRESH FRUIT. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON. GROCERIES—BEST BRANDS ONLY. ' TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES. •\ ' MEALS AT ALL HOURS. .• "American Soda Fountain Drinks. Delicious Ices and SuntlMjj. Our Motto is Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Service. COMINO BROS GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. ' \ » . fiSEmfef ressur Penctlt to Match th« Pens: 21/ 25/. and 27/6 In a "Pen that Ends ^Breakage—Wrings Jewel-like 'Beauty—28% Lighter Weight 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 B...

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

, THE ABC. CAFE NOW COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA •• TIONS FOR COOLEST DRINKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM and •'•' LATEST AMERICAN FANCY SUNDAES. . ' " A Trial Will Convince You ' '' '■ V.. • , ' PETERS & CO. Proprietors GILGANDRA IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE At "Ilolmwood", 2 miles from BALLADORAN —on— WEDNES., JANUARY 22 commencing at 12 o'clock ; ■ LUNCHEON PROVIDED :■ , ^ MESSRS. A. TOWNSEND & SON in ,-v •• conjunction -with MILLER , & : • JAMES, have received- -inst?uctions\ •: from the. Exors Estate of 'lace; AL-7 FRED MORTIMER to sell by Auc tion at "HOLMWOOD",'on above datefall of the Stock, Farming Plants etc., comprising:— - HORSES 12 Draught-Horses, all good workers. ' SHEEP' ICO-Merino Ewes,-2 tooth to full . ' mouth,- August shorn, dipped, ■- igood condition. 80 W;eaners, mixed ,sexes, May -, » drop,' unshorn. > CATTLE 3 Cows and.l Bull. FARMING PLANT, MACHINERY, , ETC. Sunshine .Header, Combine, Sun aereut, 10 Disc., 5 Disc,' 4 Disc, all McKay), ■ 4 Fur...

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SECOND DAY TRADERS' HANDICAP, 6 fur. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

SECOND DAY TRADERS' HANDICAP, b fur. Patronola, 10,0 (Williams) * - 1 Audacious / ■* v ' 2 Master York ,• ; 2 Dead heat for second. Only starters. • ' . * Betting ■: 6 to'4^on Audacious, ovensVPatronola, 2 to 1; Master York. Won by half a length.. Time: 1.16 l/5th.> MYALLA TRIAL HANDICAP, 5 fur Exactly, 811 (Williams) 1 Big Money, 9;0 (Keegan) . • 2 Trevarra, 7.0 (Higgins) S Other starters: Lady Portalix, l;Ja mingo, Fair One. Betting: 6 to 4 on Lady -Fortafix, 0 to:4;Exgctly, 20 to 1 Trevarra. . , Woir by half a longth .' Time: 50 sees _ , - BARADINE HANDICAP; 1 mile Trescott, 7.5 (Pen'nell) . 1 Eugenine, 8.7 (Keegan) 2 Baltic: Pine,: .10;7 '(Campbell) v , . 8 Giralong also started. 1 Betting: - 5 to-4 on Baltic Pine, cvehs'Eugeninei'lO to; 1;. Trescott; • Won by a length. Time: 1.44 COOYONG HADICAP, 5 fur. Hautina, 8.1'(Keegan) 1 Cool Steel, 9.7 2 Bombexia,v 8.9 ;(-Wi!liams) :: . 3 ' Other starters: .Turpin, Roman Or ator, Prince Ariori. . Betting:. EvensiCool' Steel, .2 to 1' ...

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BARADINE RACES A Record Attendance [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

BARADINE RACES A Record Attendance -There was a record attendance at the; Baradine Members' Race -.Club's .annual meeting, which was held tn Wednesday and Thursday, January. 1 and 2. v.,v,-: The following are the.results DINBY HANDICAP, 6 fur. Audacious, 7,10 (Keegan) ' 1 Cetorque, 10.4 (Isherwood) '2 Quiet Night, 7.5 .(Stewart)-, v- '3' Master: York also started. ..^Betting:* Evens- Cetorgue,,. 2. to 1 Audacious, 3 to 1 Quiet Night . • Won by'two lengths. -W ; ■ Time: l'-lS 2/5ths. / ">, ■■' • * i < TRIAL HANDICAP, 4 fur Bruce View,-: 17.0 :(Pennell) - - v - - 1 Lady Foitafix, 7.12 (Quinn) * 2 Exactlj, 7 12 (Isheiwood) 3 ■; Other;;starters::jBig : Money, : Mount Craft;' Flamingo,-('PrinceMAi;ion; Fair One, Smiling,Fortune. 1 • y Betting: 5>to' 2fBruceeView,: 3 .to 1 Exactly and Lady Fortafix^ ' Won by a half> a length _ ^ Time ,,49 sees. , • „ ASHE Y. HANDICAP, '7-fur. Baltic Pine,' 10.0 . (A.;;Campbell).. 1 Trcscott,l-7.0 ",IIugh'es) ' : . 2 Girralong, 7.5 (Ke'...

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Berida v Armatree [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

. Berida v Armatree following aro the scores in the •match' played at Armatree against Bei'ida;-foi-' the Lewis and Sons Gup, i i?on.5tli •January:— ' , j BERIDA ;B;'vChisholnv c Coberoft, b N. Law 7 AvrMicputcheon, b N. Law ' 40 R. McCutcheon, b A. Mackon 3 1 IC. Chisholm', b A. Maeken '15 L".' Eggloston, b A. Mackon - 7* D.'Beveridge,,b A. Mackon 10 D.^ Kennedy, b A. Macken' 1 M _ Robinson, run out ' 0 C. Collison, c and b A. Macken 4 K-. Bevcridge."lbw, b A. Lav;" 5' B. Diggs, not out " , B Sundries 15 Total' » ■ 11'3 Bowling:.A. Law 1/11, J. Cob croft. 0/-2 2, N; "Law!.'2/28, A.iMackeiv G/3C. ~ ARMATREE E. Twigg, b R. McCutcheon 0 A. Law, c K.'^Chisholm,;b M. Rob inson , 8 •P.. Law, b R. McCutcheon ; •.; 0 N. Law, b A | McCutcheon 29 W. Mitchell, b A. McCutcheon 28 J: Hodgson, c D. Beveridge, b K'.; Chisholm - 4G A. Macken,' c and b D; Beveridge 7.1 II. Twigg, run;out > , . '3 G. Twigg, b- A. McCutcheon 0 J. -Coberoft,^ c< Beveridge, h R_ • McCutcheon : 49 A. Peart...

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INTER-TOWN CRICKET Dubbo v. Mendooran Win For Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930

INTER-TOWN CRICKET Dubbo v. Men'dooran ' Win For Dubbo . - - Ideal cricketing weather; greeted.; the players in the, above match on New Yar's day. The sky- was cloud-, :less, tha air clear and a gentle ••/.ep hyr made conditions pleasant for a good day's sport. The wicket shad; been prepared with meticulous cane,, and was, without doubt, the, best; •over played on in Dubbo. - • ':> ' At 10.45 the players arrived, and: after an inspection of the wicket' the luck o£ the toss went to the; skipper of the Mendooran loam. He,; clected to bat, and N. ICnight and; A- . McKil'.'op faced the bowling of>! N. Strahorn 'and E. Blackburn, 3ti\'i-,: horn's first over produced a-single .V The first' ball from Blackburn' clean; -bowled, Knight. Chapman''joined Mc-> Kiirop, and the score was carried to, '30,'when the former put one up -to. Strahorn off Hull's bowling ; A •';? prodtycitive -Vpartneijahip • ensued be-?; tween G. Knight and McKillop whiqhV added 00 to the board before it was;: ...

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