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EXCITING BOXING AT LEICHHARDT Brander Was Game, But Lost on Points Draw Would Have Been Popular Decision [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 January 1930

EXCITING BOXING AT LEICHHARDT ! ' !" Brander Was Game,-But | Lost on Points Draw Would Have Been j\ ^;^^fei®l^becision Lee Brander (9.8), of Toora ' wccnali, put up a sensational fight at Lcichhardt on Tuesday niijhl in oppoc/tion to Jim Kelso (9.6). At the end of iha scheduled c,.vo1vo •rounds the referee's verdict was in favor of Kelso, but a more popular decis'on would have been a draw. Terrific punishment was .taken by both men. In the second :-ound Kelso' was rocked w:th a beautifully tin) ad straight left, but made , a wonderful recovery. ,Brander's most cfTsctivc punch was a l'ight and left to tho body'. At the end of ttoa ninth, round the points wera about evenly.divided, but Kelso took the ton h. The next session was mostly in favor of Lee 'Brander. and in the last- round (here was Iitt'e to chooss between, the pair. The final round wrs hard fough1, with both men landing fre quently.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GILGANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 January 1930

GILGANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL Monthly Meeting Tha usual monthly mce.ing of /tire G-lgandra Shirt? Council .was hei'd'.-jn .the .Council Chambers on Friday last, January J 0.' There was a fu!i attend ance' of council ors,, viz., ^Crs. i. Ti. .Townsancl :■ (President), '-McAllister ■ (IJepuiy-PresidentJvjHi'.chen, Fallon, I Yeo, Jon:s, Hayries, O'Brien and '''Nell. M'nutes' of hte special meeting I Irld on 13/12/29 and las: general: iv . fting on 13/12/29, were .read' and jnfirmcd on ffcho motion of Crs. 5 and O'Brien. • y . The . 'Firiirnce • Committee's Teport was ,ppcsed 'for payment on tha mo lion of Crs. Jones and Haynes. v - BOYBEN BRIDGE - r , ■The Pres'dent referred to the dan gerous approaches to ;he Boyben : Bridge and a's the work had been do-' clared a National one, they should prot:«t to 'he. Main Roads Board. . • Cr. O'Brien said that anyone com ing on to the bridge from the Men-.| dooran side was likely to taku the. old track and end -up in the river.. The rpp'.'oaches shou'd...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 January 1930

AUCTION SALE Fu1] particulars are advert:sed in this issue of an auction salu on ac count of Mr. Wilfred Tvbb'ts, at his , rn*;denee on Saturday next, wh?n the who'e of his household fu-niture and cfFecs wil he offered for absolute l\f"R=rs. A. Townsend ami ^ns rnd T'blrts and Sons are the auction-' ners-in conjunction. > ©BIIBBISilSIUaiEIEaffiiHIIIlSCIBilflRIIiliJ'W' •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 January 1930

WANTED . n : SHARE. FARMING LAND WAX TED: Tractor .Plant. 500 to 1500 acres. Reply This Office. - CRYSTAL PALACE PICTURES This Saturday— t Lon'Chaneyin "WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS" Adolph Menjou in 'MARQUIS PREFERRED" Monday Next— William Boyd in "BOWER" Mary Astor in • "THE WOMAN FROM LUNA" Wednesday Next— "UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSS" 'Actually Filmed in New Zealand. IRENE RICH in "WOMEN THEY TALK ABOUT" Important AUCTION SALE Of Furniture and Effects SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 At 2.30 p.m. A. TOWNSEND & SON, in conjunc tion with TIBBITS & SONS, will se'l on account of MR. WILFRED TIBBITS, on the above date, at h's residence, the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND , EFFECTS, Composing:— Jacobean Dining Suit?, 3 piece, Moquette Lounge Suite, Oak Break fast Room Su-'te, includ!ng Exten sion Table, D'nner Waggon, Oak Bed room . Suite, Wardrobss, 2 Lough lioys,-Single and 3 Beds and Bedd'ne, .Easy Cha'rs. Carpets, Linoleum. Lino •Sbuares, Hall Runner, Verandch Chairs. Kitchen Chai...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 January 1930

RETURN THANKS MRS. H. NOOT^AN rnd FAMILY ue sire to return thfejr sincere thank? to Dr. Peet, Matrcflvand nursinp •' staff of Idaleigh Hosprsi^; ako to all k:nd friends for' sympathy in their recant sad bereavement." RETURN THANKS MRS. and FAMILY do sincerely •^sh to thank our mr.ny fronds in^HT bereavement, and won'<2 specially 0 n S flcv I Towns;r.d and Nurse *or !;lieir attention <jn<i kiridEC5j\^1,r'1 inff the illness «f our son bfotVioi*. ' IN MEMORIAM STANLE^-rln loving memory of my. dear Holland and our father, Georgc;B^rly, who passed jnvav on JftfiiiaryNlO, 1929. f'.iou art not ftfcotten dear hus'nnnd and father; \ Or will thou eveV be, As long1 as life and memory last, We'.will remember tnefe. —Inserted by his loving: w!f& .(M. Stanley) and sons and daughters.^ IN MEMORIAM BALlSiJRSON—In loving memory of our dchsr little son who departed this-life J^uary 15, 1928. God needed oneSmorc angel child, ' Am'dst his shlnitts band; He poope...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COLTS CKICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

v^OLTS CKICKET CLUB •'M.iAgenerai meeting of' member.;^ hhe.Giigandra Colts' Civcker Club will be held in the Msmovial Institute 011 Tuesday-night next,, a. 8 o'clock.

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A POPULAR MEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

A POPULAR MEMBER . *■ . Mr. W. :F.TDunn, acconipaniod by Mrs. 'Dunn spent, Chrisrmas, and Boxing Day in; Dunedoo, as the • guests of M:\ J." J. Alam,, Hundreds of. old . friends renewed •. acquaintance i with Mr. 'Dunn • at* the sports on Box ing Day, and all wers pleased to see him looking so; well. -For uninter rupted politcal life ;thers are' only two members: in the. Legislature—■ Mr." J. C. L.-^Fitzpatrick and ^tv. Dan Levy—who have .'longer records than the popular member, from Mud-, gee. The secret of Mr. Dunn's suc cess in the district that is practically rural," is "his personality 'and' the prompt attention to -all correspon <lonc2 from people in the electorate. : Mr. Dunn knows the, good fee'ing ■ongondK'ad (by sympathetic atten tion to all matters, big and small, that are a daily feature of his life.— .Mudgcc Guardian. '

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BINNAWAY RACES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

BI?WAWAY RACES Binnaway Jockey. Club held : their annual; ;racemeeting on .• yesterday and to-day, January' 14'and 15/.when : £111 prize money, was distributed. Results :will appear in Monday's is.

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GULARGAMBONE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

' GULARGAMBONE RACES ', Nominations for all events is. con-: nectipn with {ho Gularganibono •]ec key Club's annual racc meetingl.io ■lic'd on January, 2 uand '26, close-on Monday, 20th inst. : fjj'.sh'ation. *>f dogs; was', not stvint

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MR. SMITHERS BUSY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

MR. SMITHERS BUSY ■ Mr. Smithers, of • Gilgandra.-who • is ;a candidate for the Labor selection for the Cast*.ereagh •••• electorate, • ;• de livered-.' an address in Copnnm'blc on last Friday evening'.

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GRAZIERS GLAD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

GRAZIERS GLAD Word has gladdened tho hiarts- <>i graziers on holdings in thfc Karri* gundi and Louth districts, that "D'n go," tho" wild dog, who baa been rav aging flocks for the past tan years, had boen shot. For some months, Messrs. D. Kplly, of Louth, and Nor man White, of Mulya, were stalking and setting traps for the dor-', but at lest ho has fallen a victim to the r!fl« of Mr. Kelly. Tho dog measured 5 ft. Sin. from tip to tip, and weighed 501bs. It had been causing trouble to sheep flocks in theJ above districts overy year. Graziers of tha district were so pleased that the slu'ep-kiilev had been done away with that a sub scription wag made, and presenta tions made to Messrs, Kolly and Whits. Mr. Kelly Was handed' thS stfm of £10;

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A RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

A RECORD M\ IC. Kohr, of Toorawcenah, repaired up to -183d. £oV his >vool -cl'p afc rocesit-tiydnoy sales: .The price 'is reported to p2 a record for the. district.

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THE MOTOR WORLD NEWS AND NOTES FROM THE N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

THE MOTOR WORLD mNEWS and. notes from the n.r.m.a. ■ . " * A Gexiiian mventoi is, expel inient 'lig with a ,"iocket'. car, in .which, Jn-' t.lend of the'exploding lock at, ne em ploys a liquofied'gas. Thiee cylinders"' £ 'gas aio fixed behind fhe diivei, . in!, ^ o-i open ng the, valvejj, < ^&a= v >ti jms ovL v'lth sufficient jnessuxe 'drive,the eai at 40 111 p'h. J" ' T icfenses^and badges have been is :*!;ttod :to::.45:cai't attendants ..in" Br.'sbane,-,' licriiiiltijig'Itlteni to o^eiata at cei - I vn ffp:cif,c(l "Vriids" in cJj wheels ,i!id<-m subuib^ncax places of prnve men! and hills, e'e A dirvci It im Jr 1*110 ob gallon "to accept the ■"ox \iccs of n'iv Ltonsed atte'idmi- ^on^ paikina hi" cCi ft one those '.md", and no tax c j't'ndaiit has Hi'hriily to clued a motox'sl to paik h" car in any certain pos'toii, oi to \:iiiove his car to anothei phi t of the "-tieet *- »• The N.R.M.A. xeports that aU dan gerous -culverts 'have : been replaced ar....

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STRAY DOG NUISANCE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

STRAY, DOG NUISANCE At the' last meeting of the-Coon-' abarobran > P.P. Board,■ *Mr.M R.?■< Jones drew attention . tor the ilavge. number- of stray.: dogs seen Jn vtlic. towns 'and 'villagjsj: whichigo about; . Ir'lling sheep. He 'said . that.,^ho; registration"1 of: dogs was not strict . enough and -moved : that the Chief Secretary, be writren to and .inform ed that the Board's.opinion.wasto that effect. The motion, was >carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

SPECIALS THAT WILL APEAL TO ALL IN THESE LEAN TIMES. REAL MONEY SAVERS WHILE they LAST, AS THERE IS ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY OF EACH, 38 inch LINENE, all shades, 1/- yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, Pink, Helio Saxe, ■_ 38 inch, 9-£d. yard. JAP CREPES, all sh&deo 6id. yard 36 inch PURE LONGCLOTH, 9 yard. COTTON FUJI, Fasi Colours, 1/1 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 54" 1/-, 72" 1/9, SO" 3/6. WHITE TURKISH TOWELING, 22" 1/3, 1/6 yd. TOWELS. Buy now before affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to. 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN CLOTH, 1/4|- yard. NATURAL FUJI SILK. Special 1/10 yard. GOOD QUALITY PILLOW SLIPS, 1/- each. Jg OSMAN PILLOW SLIPS, 1/6 each. MOSQUITO NET, 100" 2/- yard. OSENABERG. Special 1/1 yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR AT AT ^IE CLUB HOUSE HOTEL UULAnnAMBONE \ PI. J. . HEIIER, proprietor •You Got The Best Liquor-. Hcrcc.;d§§ WINES, SPiR»TS, 8KERS - ALL GUAKANTEED . OUR aim is to givo FAT]SFACTIO'M to'the tUBLIC.- - V Moderate Terms. Gtnblinpr a Special Fea...

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SCHOOL INSPECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

SCHOOL INSPECTOR Mr. H. Lae, of Lithgow, is suc cessor to Mr. S. M. O'Connor, as Inspector of Schools in DuiibJ dis tric:. ' , j

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FAMILY ENDOWMENT The Position In Rural Industries (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

FAMILY ENDOWMENT The Position In Rurai Industries (To The Editor) There, are soma, that helped to put': the present • Government: in power, and with it the .Country Party, who have not hesitated to, express, their j disapproval of the ■-.••fact that' Fami'y.: Endowment continues to be an in stitution in New South-Wales. Bofore employers in rural industry pass hasty judgment upon the Coun try Party or upon the Government as a whole, it would be worth their while to consider just what the Go vernment has done to relieve in dustry of the burden imposed upon it by the 'ate Labour Government (a burden..that will undoubtedly be re imposed by the next Labour Govern-, nicnt), and in part:cular to realises the effects of the last amending act upon themselves. Most of the story is well known. In the first place the Bavin-Butten shaw Government did not have a mandate to throw Family Endowment overboard. It had a mandate to pre serve the pr'nciple of Family En dowment" but to relieve industry o...

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CHEQUE FOR £500 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

CHEQUE FOR £500 Splendid work by the Dubbo bhanch of the Country Women's Association and a generous response from pub Ko-splrited citizens and bodtas, ba*c r«snltad n a cheque of £500 being banded to .the koapiW.

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A DREAM OF WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

A DREAM OF .WEALTH. I.was lounging 'neath a gum tree, I J Which is every sheep man's right, When he's miles out from the station • And the boss's searchnig sight. The an.s wei'o there as usual, A black; blood thirsty band; i The sun- was fairly'raising ' Wa^er'blisters on the sand." I sat there" quietly brooding, ■ Over all my-'worldly carets— ©f the poverty'I dealt in, And a-cursing' millionaires; Brooding o'er the-girl I wanted, For i didn't have the cheek To ask her if slie'd risk it On a modest quid a v^eek. * For an hour I must have worried, And wa3 quietly, shedding tears When something-1-'^ was hoof b=a'.s At a gallop—reached my ears. And up dashed rmy friend1 Wallie, - In a cloud of dust and foam, ' And shouted "Mate, you're in it; Read this telegram from home." I tore the paper open, For: I thought at: least it meant A message from the editor . ; To say a cheque's been sent. Arid I know you won't believe riie, i But I rsad these words, I did: "Your great grandfather's dead,...

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CUTTING COSTS Studebaker Engine Painting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

CUTTING COSTS Studebaker Engine Painting ./The /simplicity of many time-sow • in{?r devices employed by Studebaker in Hie building of its motor cars is exemplified ^n othe ■ unique^ method used' in the painting of engines after assembly. Many important parts of an on-. ;ine::such as -'the ' carburetor, gensra . .tor, -fuel, pump, spark plugs, distri butor,-oil filter, starter motor, ex haust,' and intake manifolds, must not be touchcd with paint. ...:-:"-v.Wero it necessary for a workman to do; the job by hand so as to care fully cxclude thog6 parts, much time would be required for the work. A / simple and effective method of paint ing has therefore been devised by Studebcdcer, which cuts the entire operation to less than 11 minutes pei- engine. As the engine leaves tho motor assembly line, it is hooked to an over head chain -conveyor which trans ports it to the paint booth for its final dressing up. Just before the engine enters the booth attendants slip specially shap ed metal hoo...

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