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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
NEW FORD ndurance permits \ Sustained Driving under full Power Vf^ONTINUOLIS driving hour after hoiir was proveil to be an accomplishment of the New Ford car long before it was first presented to the public. Such endurance is attained by a powerful, low-speed motor, perfectly Inb'ricaScd and perfectly cooled. That is why unvarying excellence of performance is maintained mile after mile. Chassis and body have likewise been built to meet this test of endurance. " Knotv the facts about the New Ford Car. 'tVc trill be happy to demonstrate. LOCAL DEALERS. GILGANDRA MOTOR GARAGE CO.
GRAZIERS ASSOCIATION CIRCULAR TO INSPECTORS OF STOCK AND VETERINARY OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
GRAZIERS ASSOCIATION CIRCULAR TO INSPECTORS OF STOCK AND VETERINARY OFFICERS 'I he '..'following circular lias been fiout to the local branch?of -.itis, Farm uf; .and. Grazier» Association fiom iho Uepar ment of Agricu-tu-'e, Scosk liranchi and- shou.d . be : oil ' interest i to local farmers and graziers:— j Subjcct: Prevention of Caseous lymphadenitis. , I ftcf ei'2Tice: Papsrs No. D. 29.560 • As ii Avell known,'. investigat ons iiUo^th-?. incidence,, cause and con- J U'ol of this disease are being earr.ed out in many parts of the world. The work is s.ii: in progrcs but suflieiant . information has been gathered to en able certain recommendations to be made which should go some consid erable way in minimis'ng the number of cases 'of the disease which occur. The work on which these recomman da'ions are based was carried out.m South America and Victoria, and ex ■■ ensively by the field and research Vctsrinary Officers of the Depart ment of Agriculture of this.State. Work :n conectio...
COONAMBLE [?]GILARAMBONE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
c6on ~.u,ant return to bating form a dashing start by the home team's opening pair and a decisive victory, were ihc.main .features of Guldrgam bone's victory over the Wan-lerers (Coonamble) 2nd eleven on Sunday !"? ' I'h.a.r.v.cioijy. v.'as the third ob tained, by the .first, graders this sea sen, and it ...will 1:0 doubt have grout moral circct on the team in its C'tt iu-e engagements. Coonamble. ba ting first ivors dismissed for 81, the last w'eket falling before the luncheon adjournment. Only one batsmen scored over 20, Wame obtaining 22.' Fine bowling averages wers register ed by II. Lewis 3/14, Bcnrky 3/21, ar.d Sufon 4/21. Gulcr were given a goad s'ar. by II. Lewis and Sut ton, the Pair putt'ng on 41 before ths latter was bow'ed. The fornisr vent for the^bowling from the start --•' lie. first^over yielding. 21 runs and lookecpset for'a score when he was well^ught. Captnin Reg Lewis was -the^Jjighsst. contributor >0 the' total score of 1G8, his quota beng 5S. He "e^Dwed a br...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
CRICKET .. On Sunday-last,'the Lenther Hunt ers were,again successful :n thsiv weekly match, proving superior to a strong-'Hillside'-'.'team'..by the narrow margin of-8 runs. The scoros were as follows:.Giilargambone 51 and 2B, Hillside 20 and~45. The scores re flect the fac:;&lt; that the game proved to be a;.bow"er's paradise, and as a consequence some.^fine averages ware recorded.1 The -scores are not avail able at the timekOf- writing One : regretable- feature match was .that it'liad. to under adverse conditio^;' and this lid not help the^bgtjSnien to any ex ent. The majtaVi . had to be played >n an iinVXXvi s e dwi ck e':, and withaut >ny m&tting. It-is to b3 hoped? that '&lt;VP-:tho; future better arrangements will- bo entered-in'o botwsan the ?irst Graders and tho Leathor Hunt-. srs' combination. As the posit'on now itands, the c'ubs do not have the ise of the ground on alternate Sun lays, cbufc it ,is: generally assumed ;hat the First'Graders ha...
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCITION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCI TION . A mee.ir.g of ' the Gulgarambone branch of the ,Country Women's. As sociation was held.. in Brien,3 Hall, on ■Saturday-'.last, those present being: Mrs. Brien (President), Mesdames Donohoe, J. L .Ferguson, D.- r. Ferguson, Litchfield, Munro, Clarke and H. Brien, Misses Peacock; Brian and Clarke. Proposed by Mrs. J.. L; Ferguson, seconded by Mrs'. Munro, that Mrs. Mitchell's Tesignatiori.ijbe accep.ed ■with regret. »' Propossd by Mrs. Donohoe, sec onded by Mrs. Munro, that Miss Marcia Brien be acting secretary un til March. v Proposed by/Mrs. Munro, second ed by Mrs. JDonohoe; that minutes of last mee'.i'ng" be confirmed. On the motijogr of Masdames D, P. | Ferguson and-Mujigo, it was proposed I that a vote of thanlre be sent to Mr . iWheaton. i Proposed by Mrs. Do'nohue second ed ■ By-Mrs. "Litchfield that the corres pondence as read be accepted, - Proposed by Mrs. Munro, second ed bv.Mrs. Donohoe, that rent of the/ hospital remain as it is for the pre ...
GULAR GLEANINGS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
GULAR GLEANINGS PERSONAL' While their less ..fortunate towns-. Coil; are sweltcring.undcr a relent lujs inn, 'many .local and district:, pjop.e ars hoi dayinfe- in Sydney and -oolei cl ma es They .include Muses M-.-y Skinnor and (Sidney and 0bev6nf\ Mrs^tPpSrVs* oiuith and' fami.'Mrs. A. W . Bolger;,Mr. J. Litchfield', and Mrs. U-. M. Winter. * After a few days spent in Gular ^ambone, Mr.,and Mr3. II. R. Spargo liave journeyed io Sydney, prior to returning to Wa.lerawangy Aitor a few-days spent in hosp'tal, Miss ^Eileen .Blackman, has recovered sufficiently to enable her to resume duties. 'Mr. and Mrs. A/'W. Armstrong spent a.few-days in town recently. Mr. E. D. Aboud is again wi.h us afier haying, spent the Uwistmas holidays in Sydney. Mr. H. J: Lewis is at present in Bathurst, where Mrs. Low is is holi daying. During his absence Mr. it. T. 'Lews is controlling the destines of the store, Mr. B. Rollss, of the Gular Rail way staff, is at present on his annual leave. Mr. G. L. Schuma...
CORRESPONDENCE (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
, CORRESPONDENCE (To The Editor) ■. • Sir,—In' reCercncc to the article apparently, eon tribu ied ;by: you -;;M en^ dooran'.cbrrespondont,' and; appearing.-' in Monday's issue of tyour.w clely«read-v paper,'under thai hdading,-of"Sporti''&lt; - 1 I can hardly think that .such a tirade i of abuse- could v havo 'eman ated 'fioni, th? •Mrndoor.vn OL'Ue Club, "who had previously baen re-' gavded ,by -u3-:.-as good sports. ' Tlie ■facts.ras stated 'arc absolutely in;or-. rcct, inasmuch as th's club hail no contract'.for a mctch and therefor!' no. chance o : break one. The facts briefly arc as follows and I would bo p'eased if you could .ind' space to enlighten the MandooviWi and ^ther;cricket enthusiasts:■ : - 'When; Mendooran won t'no Gup from the, Co";t3 I immediately c'nal knged'them in wrKing for a ■return-; match the following Sunday, but the secretary said they could not ~accept the challenga' cs they had to p'r.y an other 'earn on the date mentioned; but stated thr.t the s...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
SYDNEY WOOL SALES V/inchcombe, Carson Ltd. report by wira yesterday:—Continent, Jap an and Yorkshire wore ac ive opera tors at our Sydney wool sales to-day. America occas:onal'y competed. Val ues generally wore unchanged on late levels.. Droughty, wasty wools, - still .irrefcularv'.:Wc obtained: R . TL Sled way, Yacs, 23id.; Rowley McFeters, Yass, 21d.K-.'^lv. Dunn, Rylstone, 19i^.; W. A.,Mason, Barrabn, IDd.;' Styles Brothers; Yass, 18d.; T. W. Mi:ls Burrowa, 18d.; 0. E. Med way, Bevendale, 18d.; Rex, Linsley, Bland ford, 178dW .• T. Edwards, Inver- , oil, 17id.; Leonard Dabbs, Barraba,' 17d.: Flnlayscn Estate,; Armidalo, 17d.; Gril!s Brothora ,and McCarthy, : Cootingal, 17d. ' V d
CRICKET Berida v. Bungy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
CRICKET I*'-— :• '■ — Berida v. Bungy The Barida -?rick?tors journc-yed to Bungy on Sunday last, and played the local- team. Bungy batted tivsfc and were disposed of for the small total of 64, N. Meers being the only man to make any sort of a stand against the Berida bowling. Benda started badly, he.v'ng two wickets down for 12, and then four foiv 30, when B. Chisholm joined It. Mc Cutcheon. These two pu:led the gams round and when R. McCutcheon lost hia wicket !he total was 82. C. Shields and B. Law were the most successful bowler for Bungy, secur ing -four wickets each. Bungy failed again is the second innings, being disposed of for 4-1, of which Mnr 'chant made 20 and had the misfor tune to b2 I'UTl'OUw. The visitors were entertained at afternoon tea by the Bungy ladies, and all speak , loudly of the after noon's sport. , ; The local team's enthusiam :n-the field did not- flag af er tV? s"ov&lt;! had been passed, and taking •• !r de-' ■ in", a thoroughly :spnrt>!;^. ma...
WOOL AND ITS PROBLEMS MONEY THE CHIEF HINDERANCE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
WOOL AND ITS PROBLEMS MONEY THE CHIEF HINDERANCE Winchcombe, Carson. Ltd. report: ' No indicas-ons . are .in' sight iikely to produce improvement in wool pricc-s during ihe near future. To da e ci-i.de in manufactures has not shown any appreciable advance:'as a result of the lower cost of ihe raw mater.ai. It has barely hr.d time to do so.^VVcol has certainly been. re/ativ^ly cheap ..Cor.fover. 8.:x,month?';: But it takes a -onsiderable t me for the wool top--, yarns .and fabrics .to pp.ss tjjrou^jy he -manufacturing processes and to linally reach the public on shop conn It w 11 be surprising,;:howov4r,"if • does> not evemualiy. at.ract jin • :ivascc! ,use at present' (prices'. Tho following figures show the Price of average' tops in Bradford a year ago and recently:— Jan 1029 Jan 1030 64's Merino ' ■ 46d. V 31 d. 00's Comeback 43Jd. 20J. 56's Fine Crossbred 32Jd. 34d." 50's Med. Crossbred 2Dd.' 20i&lt;i Likes growers manufacturers ' have suffered.; severely by the fall i...
REMINDER TO SHEEP OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
REMINDER TO SHEEP OWNERS Owners of fifty or move .sheep ivlio have not yet filled in and ro.urncd • the&lt;special;sheep and wool form pos ted to thsm-in December last by the GdVcrnment Sta.istican, should do so ■■•without/ delay, in order to enable th°. '••Statistician ■/SO/ ifeue a preliminary statement as to the State's shesj) and wool in February. The time for sup plying the return will expire on Janu ary 15, and defaulters are liable to :i maximum penalty , of £20. •
CRICKET IN DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
CRICKET IN DUBBO On bunday the Uilgandra O.nts cricketers will visit,Dubbo and ;>lay a friendly match, against a combination in that centre. On present indicates Hughie Williams, the Colts' staiv-w'li be unablo to maka the trip. Since last4Sunday lie has been laid up wiih a swollen face. On Sunday,-Febru ary 18,'..the Coirs, have challenged Mendooran for a match'for the Cal opedis Cup".
GREAT SUMMER SALE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
GREAT}SUMMER SALE Readers' attention is director! to tlie full page advertisement in th's issue: announcing the Great Summer Sale of the "Western Stores and lOd (jley'S; Ltd.,' which- commcnces . on Saturday. January 18, and continues for two weeks only. Drastic reduc tion, have been-made in all depart*, meiits, and a> further discoun; of -/ in the'\£ will ba'-allowed all cash pur chasers;
SIR CHARLES WAKEFIELD TROPHY FOR R.A.C.A. World's Land Speed Record £1,000 Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
' SIR CHARLES WAKE FIELD TROPHY FOR R.A.C.A. ——Ok— \ World's Land Speed Record £1,000 Trophy / The committee. of the 1 RrA.C..V. ;.,avo received, a photograph'of the de* sgn -BOjected .by--Sir,= Charles^iWtko ueld Jt'ov the aggregaic trophy he is presenting to tho'club.'-' . ■■■.. The donor regarded-' itVns^highly -important."that the--trophy,?;,which- is -valued at 1000 guineas, should're present the best of which British art i sis and craftsmen-, ai-c capable, and has accordingly chosen a design from several which were submittod to li'rn for selection. ■The trophy takes the .form or • a 3'lver cup,-123 inches wide at its 'greatest widi.h, and 19J inches high (not ncluding the oak plinth). •'•••'The. princ pal fe:..cure of design-if the modelled figures ' supporting.■■ tj-io body of the trophy. Thes2 figures symbolise the idea of speed and re liability in the modern spirit of ex pression . The fign-es on t th-3 righ. Charios Wakefield Trophy holds a physical embodiment of the flash...
TOOTBALL SHIELD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 16 January 1930
TOOTBALL SHIELD : The football shield won by tho fjilg.-indra representative team during last, season,iin the,inter-town conipei \Mon, came to'liand last Saturday, and is no\y on show in Mr A. S. Carrol's window. The localsthad given up all hope of ever 'getting the trophy, and they :have much to t'nank Mr. F. Skillcr ^for," as. Jtswas mainly due to his persistency in tho matte.*; that the fhield has.arrived. An endeavour i.'j - a I in' being .made' to obrain the miniaturs xups-;pr.omised to the play ers, who comprised .the winning .team.