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THE GARDEN Attention To Soils [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

THE GARDEN Attention To Soils The first paragraph or two .of: thi; many seem hard to understand, but then its really worth while reading . ".twice, v as once you get the grip o'i it) you will be helped in your garde; for all time. . Every thinking gardener lealise" ■ i vlint well worked so-1 produces bettoi - i ■ lilts than land that does not re csive its share oft cultivation; but the great majority know one l^asor Tor the extra fertility— th< asciibe it to the 'fact that cuUivinioi prevents evaporation, and thus in crcases the water, carrying capacity of the land. All this is very true, but thers is also another advantage which cultivation- brings—it adds to tli? store of plant foods contained in c soil; just as ■surely as does Ltie iiicorporation .of manures oiv fetilis ""<• This replenishment i3 brought ft out by exposing] new surfaces "of uil to the action of air and sunl'ght, e?rh time the laiid'-is worked by rake or cu'iivc'tor. It has beenprov&l...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL DEMAND VERY GENERAL Values Maintained [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

^WOOL DEMAND VERY . ' " GENERAL Values Maintained iffijffinclicombe, Carson Ltd.: report:-. i-r-Gompetition was w.'dely distributed i at." our Sydney sale on Wednesduyr..; Demand has-not shown better bread-, t-h-this season. Japan compot-d f 3iZ2 fully. France was a vigorous compel-: itor and an excellent volume of ers were about on Yorkshire,' German, Belgian and Italian account. America' was an occasional operator and bid-'! d:no: was also expeueiiced f>-om An si r'rplian spinneis. "Values Xoi piactcaly all \Voob' ruled \eij film on late levels.-Wasty dioughty, doubtful jielding ^liiics, wer(>- the; only,^ffiringsforvwhcl'iT fed-,:; dir,(j d'sp'ayed lriCBulauty. . • » Herbert WJ" Brown's wet hots flei.ee fiom Dflton made our Jop pnee/ 19$d., -the ew'es' leahsing 17id „ In attractive "order, tiio avooI showed good length and quality" - v Tlie Stoiiy'Batter clip, from E. and R. G. Haysj" Bundarra, blight and at tractive in length and quality,*" n ade wethers', 18id.,il7Jd.,~16...

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

mm, IMm Kf! UJ ^ JL*~ a * \ *- tx -, / ( vt2iJ'Ji< whatever purpose your tractor is used, Voco will make it give )?.«c;v povyer . . . power without a knock in the hardest pull.. • power ioi'-more.vYork at no extra cost. Thirty years 'experience in ".supplying petroleum products for exacting agricul tural conditions stands behind Voco. Follow the example of 'other up-tO"clate and pros perous tractor .owners • • • • . order Voco and it will become, in your tractor, the hardest worker on the farm. VA.CU U M O I L COM PANY :PTY. LTD,, A/arketers alio of aP/Mtetuc Plume frlotoi Spirit, the N.eiv Mobiloii and Laurel Kerosene < i vp a ^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 compos ents provide that unique volume of power peculiar to Cross. Black smoke issuing from the exhaust is a suro indication...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SAD DEATH OF YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

SAD DEATH OF YOUTH A Dubbo nativo, Roy Ingram, met his death at Tamworth on Saturday n.ght. He was found on the verandah of a house in West Tamworth, woun ded and bleeding. A gun, recently discharged, Was nearby, The unfor lunate lad died in Tamworth Hospital and his body was taken io Dubbo for burial. Miu Burchott, of Mnctjurvrle StVe'ot, is his mtfthor.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BIG HITTING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

BIG HITTING Playing in a cnckcit match at4. Weston, J. O'Brien, of Louth Fark,; scored 40 runs in one over. He hit lour sixes and foufc fours.. It is a record for tho district. By the way Hughie Williams was smiting them on Saturday and Sunday last, he may feel inclined~"to- fiave-a go at the record for Gilgaudra.

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

F. O nev< SYDNEY sp fHi/fb J&lt P siicti 0 O ^ ^ c ® I'HiiWsiS&$3 SS t^TQ Pfil %v ich <:A 1 _ i_ i b^> Vaw ?-* 15 u L~> cfV # ^ w Drive it! Put the smart, swift Erskine Six Tourer through its paccs, in traffic or on open highway—so well built that it can be driven 40 miles an hour v/hen new— 62-mile speed later. Judge for yourself just how fast, how nnnblc, how comfort able it is to ride in and drive. (Complete equipment includes Bitmfta -Bni z-ciud-.allciccesso)ic±) Pvovp it! Satisfy . yourself,', by ; Erskme?s, nerformancci iniyour.vo-wnshands, .ithat .it; is exactly'* whac^Stitdcbakeiradeltberatelv planned it to bi!—the finest, fastest cai under £-150. Studcbaket's >79 yeas of manufacturing-experience;- stands back - of ? the Erslcne Six. LCSCAL DE&LEI&: A. COLEMAN/GU LARGAMBONE Pig'I ^ \ j I *< 5 ' i J ' < « ■ (1 > ~ -• r>.« ' 5 i *■ J-*' / ? 1 <Jr? Xu< > x- '-I - ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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VETERAN JOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

VETERAN JOCKEY Flyafix, the far western Fortafix gelding, which won the Big money; at the Tenandra races,.on New Year's Day, went across to Baradine, and scored again two days later. Jack ICeegan, father of "Johnson" Keegaa the well known western horseman, rode Flyafix to victory,, arid it.is a* safs bet to say that he was the old-, est jocksy riding in the Common-.' wealth that day. I;

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

MONEY PLUCK A romance in business! A Jew back a young man arrived in Australia, lie had one asset and little money. This asset was knowledge. lie had spent twenty years in thi paint manufacturing trade in England. Soon after arrival in this • country he became associated with (tcro young men who had the economic vision «( amall profits and quick turnovers. friends advised them not to apply these jirinciplo* to the paint trade. They argued That it w as different from foodstuffs and retailing problems. ArgumenJ was useless. The paint busincas was started, but only In a small way. The price was a revela tion for flrst-crado paint. Sympathy was about the only thine tendered to the enterprisers. The best i»f pals expected failure. Nothing but a crash was anticipated. But the ♦'inevitable' didn't happen. Despite all -criticism, Newton's Paint sold and sold. Within six months it had been used in practically •very town in Victoria. Within n year buyers had ordered from sll over New South Wa...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

CHURCH SERVICES Gul&rgambono Presbyterian service for Sunday: Gulargambone 11.a.m., Box R-dge 3 p.m., Goonamblc 7.i)U' p.m. Preacher, Rev. K.W. Burton.

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

2s. IH Ik £ Discount For Cash Off Ml' !aS® Prices 2i 1 the £ MERCERY DEPARTMENT Genuine. Savings in Mercery Men's Sleeveless Singlets, a 1 sr'.ys, 1/11, 2/3, 2/G. Boys'. Sleeveless S:nglets, 1/-, 1/4, I/O, 1/9 ..■Men's: Gelmlar Singlets .-•■and.; Uti tier-. . pants, allsizes, '6/3. ■ <Men?s.-Brown Coiton Singlets,- 'S/'J^ i* 3/6, 3/11 jMen's- Uxtord -Shirts,, with - .Collaiv |j;.v.'.'l?ocket and- Neat Patterns, 'aL' sizes ^colors guaranteed fast, 4/2-sash.V* -Men's Navy Work-Shirts, sizes 14 :tol 18 Pi ce 5/0 ■.Men's Dark Grey Work Shirts, l'ef a. commcnded tor hard wear, all size! 5/0 each Men's ivnt ki Drill Work Shirts, all sizes, 5/3, G/3 -Men's White Mercerised Tennis-Shirts: guaiaiueed c oth, all sizss, 5/ll(. £ Men's Dark Grey Flannel- Undershirts' 4/11 each Men's: Pyjamas, all-, sizes, in'-aUarge assortment oi. patterns, si-esS.M., i-.-Jlv■.- andU.S. Pr cod at -9/G, 1 OrG, 11/6, 12/6, 18/0. Gents' -Art b.lk Pyjamas,: with • roll w.co.lar .and conrfy belts,, sizes ...

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DANCE AT APPLETREE FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

DANCE AT APPLETREE FLA" A dance wi 1 be held in t'.ie; Applb tres Fla. Ilali, . on Saturday, Janu ary 25. ' ' ___•

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

VALVES. ihui i.n no doubt thai the valves, particularly the dxhaust valves, of internal', combustion engines have to; withstand grbater heat than any other working part.\Wc are dependent bh them for compression and, there fore, operating efficiency; and they, consequently domand from lis-a.'vn:i;. sonable ■ amount of care and attniH. tion. ,-X.. • In n four cylinder tractor,-engine;.' wo.'king at,:-say 1200 revolutionsspef,■ u;inuta;i each inlot and exhaust: valvu,: is-.opening and shutting GOO timess'porr ■sninuto: or . ten times ■ every, •■••secoaiK* Tlic rinlet valve opens to admit ten, charges of gas to each cylinder per.: second; the exhaust valve opens tol discharge ten exhausted explosion?. AVhen it is realised that the heat in the combustion chamber at the point, of explosion is approximately 3000; degrees Fah., wo begin to wonder.: how the exhaust valves ever retain: ■the ^surface and hold the compression.. Obvioudy, extensivo; usc.of thewnio tor "must in timtf _causc the e...

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AN EFFECTIVE METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

AN EFFECTIVE METHOD The Germans have devised an effec tive method for dealing with litter scatters. Anyone who throws away paper or orange peel, or any other form of litter, is pounced upon by a v.gi.anc poJiceman, who requests him to pick it up and place it in one ot many receptables for the purpose. The polceman then producis a print ed rece pt for the amount of one shilling (the Cost of the fine), which he makes out in the name of the oll'.nder. On payment of the ahillinp the rece pc is delivered, with a gen eral lecture on the advantages of iiu.-v ..oss i.nu n^ed for preserving the beauties of the Fatherland.

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

DISTRICT WOOL Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: —Sales of wool at our Sydney auc tion last Wednesday included Arthur B. Fisher, Emby, . Gulargambon , fleece at 15Jd.',' T4id., 131d., 13d., broken llld., beKies 9d., hoggaU 18id.,'' and summer lambs Hid.; Charles M.-Stewart, Collie, 13Jd., 131d.; W. R. Rodgers, P'ambi'a, 12id.; C. Armytage, GHgandra, 12Jd'.; E. 0. CafeV;Quambone, l'2d.; Leonard Hosegood, Gilandra, lid.; Gsorge Yeo, Merrygoen, lid.; T. McConnaughty, Barndine, ^merino and comeback, 14|d. " , !

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ORANGEMEN OUTED AT DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

ORANGEMEN OUTED AT DUBBO Thanks to,a magnificent display by Bruce ICsrdav.'d, who belted the visit ing bowling mercilessly, Dubbo con vincingly defeated Orange by 16(5 runs on the' first innings, in the first important inter-town game of the season. The turf wicket played excel lently, though near'y 500 runs were scored on it; Alexander and Kerdavid delighted, spectators with one of the best partnerships seen in Dubbo for a long time. Not until they had scor ed 106 runs betwesn them was Alex ander caught napping. He made:57. When he was 117 Kerda,vid • was caught by Dein ., The remaining bsts men went cheaply, and Dubbo's livs* inr.'ngs for-2J K of i ue wcr.i fcr lan, o£ which Hawke goz <10. Sent i- again, Orange lost 2. for G!J when stumps were drawn.;'

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

MILLER STREET :: CILGANDRA : PHONE 73. ' .. . Is being renovated throughout, and will be. completed within the next few weeks. The new proprietors are installing^ 14ft Soda Foun tain, 13ft Show Case, 34in Back Bar, Mirrors on all sides of the. Refreshment Room set in maple, besides :&ny .other up-to-date.improvements. hen completed the A.B.C. Cafe will be second *:o none in the West. , .;\J»TE.—We have no connection with any othir shop in town. riiTERS AND CO PROPRIETORS Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Cream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. S LINK UP WITH GILGANDRA'S, MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR GARAGE v T. B WESTON AND SONS HAVE TAKEN OVER MUNRO'S GARAGE. v ■ WE DESIRE TO MEET THE ■"OMVENIENCE OF MOTORISTS. f. '• CONTINUOUS SERVICE We can supply Shell and PImvie Petrol, Valvoline and Mob:l O'ls, Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres and Tube®. DEALERS IN : Buick, Marquette, Oakland and Pontiac Cars. G. M. C. Trucks " As Our Garage is Properly Equipped with Staff and Tools We can give you...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LOCAL HOGGETS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

LOCAL HOGGETS Prices for prime shoep were main tained at Homebush last Monday, but rates for other descriptions wea kened . . OfTerinjs totalled 31,000 head. Mr. N. 0. Kingsley, Gular, obtained to 19/7/ averaging 16/3 'for-61 hogets sold by Winchcombe, Carson-Lid i

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

GIJjGaNDRA rainfall Aprf-ied is a tabic showing the monthly rainfall at 1883;" ~'iH our. request the ligures w*,ra- suppi.oa by . meteorologist, and are therefore correct. -(lUiittiLixuiui.—Jbat., "3i cleg. 4a, in <ii, ; Long., 148 dee. 41 min Gilgandra since the Uovtu-umem luar | oau i x-eo | iviuu | | iuy | Juu 1883 |. —| — \~~~^ | 145l~18 leo4 | • ay | 60 | 05 | 302 | 72 | 206 l&oo | 31© | lai I lou i lia j 4a i Z'ci looo | 128 j ■ Hi ] .5 | ?01 I 304 j/l'io lo&l |'42V | 4o9 | 43b | 171 | 44 | 24b 10ft8 | 49 I | . 4U I : -0 | lb3 | "(4 iooy l iao | 106 I 307 | 48U | 646 | 3bi ioliu j aou i 't66 | bio | 40'j j avo i 4oy loul I 7t)'i i'140 | at)D | 2B0 | 103 I 30'i 1892 | 226 | 70 | bt) 1118 lb93 | 279 | 108 | 384.| 267 1804 | 221 | 209 lbOo | 600-1 60 1800 | 1807 I 21IV 1893 | 082 18lJ'J |104. 1000 | 228 1001 1002 1003 1004 1905 1900 1007 1908 1909 1910 1011 191? 191-3 1S14 if/15 1910 1917 101 , 19 22 285 • 72! 304 359 85 229 489 536 31 .134 ' 20 215 ■ 0...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PROTECTION v. FREE TRADE (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

PROTECTION v. FREE TRADE \ (To . T.ho Editor) A no nb!c example of the growing . public host lity to ..Pro,ec Jon is a str.king articln by ?-Ir. Joseph Kn.iri, 111 Ky;lga'a iJiu.nois Jctirn:.] for. Jan-vr uary. . Mr,! Hamlet summarises conclus 011s as follows:— - ^ 1., Protection of a high order t Tids ■ fo prgv^Cr.and distort Austral a irom 1 '^national dcsl ny, that of ii iprimc'ry producing- country, 10 be- \ ccme a.-:parasitical .manufacturing• one. 2. Protection sacrifices * the •"''coun try for the cities, the poor fey the v ch; widow, and orphans for (hi cr.'ifiy bv.s'r.c^ i;:r.:i; the hon=sl for the dishonest, and gives rise to un 'imilud perjury and corrupton. 3. Prctect'on rr.lscs the price of goods, therefore, increases the cost living and hence, lowers the pur chasing power of the sovereign, there ■ by lower'ng the wagrs of every man and woman'n Australia." 4. True protection builds, a few factories and opens a "few mills; but for every man it puts on the pay roll in thi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RAINLESS FIVE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930

RAINLESS : FIVE YEARS rain .has falhn for Ave years, on Keeroongooloo Station, in tha Win dorah district, one of the two fi'atc : ?£a ions which the Queensland Go vernment has not yet . been able to sell. The other station is Buok'ng ham Downs. Thire arc qhildren in the Windovr.'.i :vea who have.never seen a ,vain "cloud, and who would probably bo frightened at the s'g'nt o f \vater falling from the clouds., It is pr'jtiably because of the ury condi tion liia!; no offers have baen marie f3*.Recj-oongoo'oo. About oJ'i') r:»ttte which were on tha.station, have 1-ecn sol:l' but there are probably between 2000 and 3000 left. The cattle, many of ■w'.ich are in a dying condition, cannot be mustered.,'

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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