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GULAR GLEANINGS CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

Gular gleanings fiH|l!!!S!l!!!Hi!lllB!!!!ISNl;iU;i!i!BI!iii[Qi!!:iB!'':iS:!iilij3i!l!IEl;£l&:n-QI":i6IiK!39!ll;ll3!!ii'5l!!'IS3ai^:'L!^VIS; S:,'!&• CRICKET A game that always held tho at-, iion and interest of alarge number of spectators was that p'.ayod between tho Lea h='.' Hunters and Merri Mei ri - pn Sundiiy -lust'. ' Thc' latter team \vas 'Composed - of . vosid'snts ,alone; the,;: Merri Merri Creek, and .they are' to b0 commended on their.'fine display. • ■ The gnnio was noted for its close finish, each side scoring;92 in the first, innings and when time was called the* Leather'Hunters wanted 1:1 .riins -, to* win with two wickets intact. Amongst' the ^spectators: '.were tho >.■< First GradersV'soIcction ti-io,'iand-th(y.i performances of the players, can be gauged by the fact that five ;of .them v liars been selected fov the 'First Grade .match./ next; Sunday: against v Arinatree, together .with k J; •Sutton; who, did: not play with the'SLeathur ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

PA LA <" E PICTURES This^Fri.day~ ; EklC , VON STROHEIM in ■parAmount/s special .THE WEDDING MARCH Saturday— : . '■■■ ' ■' >/ A NIGHT OP LAUGHTS AND CHUCKLES 'JOHNNY HINES in THE WRIGHT IDEA , _ .—and— ' BUSTER KEATON in SPITE MARRIAGE . Monday— MARY ASTOfe 5nu! I Itb THE WOMAN FROM • LUNA ; And JETTA GONDAE in n-K " ,'FORBIDDEN WOMEN Wednesday— 13. CODY in SLIM FINGERS And AUDREY FERRIS iri A LITTLE WILD CAT j IN MEMORIAM DICKS&N—In .loving memory of my dear w^Sc and our daughter Mary. Kathleen \Dolly),; who departed 'this li-Es 21sKjanuary, 1928, aged i 23 years.. . V: ■ . : ... Ho\v;6fs there 'comekbefore me, .; Your dear face fond aftd true. . I'V.v: death can never 'taKe away Sweet memories'dear (Dow) o£ you. -Till, memory fades andvlife iteparts, You'll live for _ever in* our hoT^ls. God's greatest gift' rembrarioos. . —Inserted by her -loving husband, Jack and baby Joyce, mother, dad, r.!<:r.ers and'brother. •' AlE At "Holniwgod", 2 miles from...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

j.. : ;^¥PRICKET. v v.v; '.|>,,The following^scoresj'were veg'ftter;. rc<l'fin^e;'jnatch:;o.nv'the' local ground last .Sunday .between Bungy and- the Waratahs:— WARA/TAHS; ■■ -• - J T P., Whi'.ton, c .-'Tyrell,:>b Shields i rljtv J. Mavchant, b McLeod -15 P. -Reynolds, b Shields <32 .T Light, b McLeod ''12 B. "Dowl'ngj 'c and b taw % J G. Fleming, b McLeod 0 ,13■Tibbits,-C.: La^j b McLeod 12 N. Noonan, b Sh'slds ... 4 B. L-Whifcton; Ibw, b: Shields 0 W. Dowling, not out 0 D. Poet, b 'Shields 0 . .Sundries . • ,5 Total' " 1 * 180 BUNGY C Law, b'Whilton 1 8 \V. Shfalds; b-Whitton " 2 C. Shields, run^put n ^ .33 D. Tyrell, b Reynolds * ^ 22 R. - McLeod, V Noorian," b -Reynolds '0 J. Wilson, b rL!ght : l" 8 if;. Wilson, c and.b Reynolds 4 J.'W. Wilson, run out 0 C. McLeod, run out i 0 Av Coxedge, not out. -.0. W. Tyrell,' ruri'out * 0 Sundries 6 Total?

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THE BENSLEY FUND Closing in Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

THE BENSLEY FUND Closing In Two Weeks With over £70 ■ ,'n 'hand•.•.r.ho••'fund: rcccntly star ed to provide for the children of the late Rev. liensley, who 'was -lc/.'led ; in "a motor \ accident near Euniungiorioj. will definitely:.close on February'; 15. As;a result cf the accident Mi's.; Bensleyihad be-aii >in hosp'tal uniil a few. i-vveoks- prior to Xmas,>bu;.she rccove.'.sd suflicler.'ly to enable-her to .return to''her'sisters residence, -where - she-rees.VedU £30 ■> tlic fa ml 6 prevde for h'erseif and.her two children. .The; cause is a very worthy one and ;thoso who have not. yet' contributed' should •foiward . their donations to: Messrs. • W. A. 'Brown or H. Camph'sll, -when thf;.y' will . be acknowledged-' through Ir.rfie columns. . Those who have contributed are:— M. Buxall £5 0 0. N. McGlure 5 0 0 .. W. A. Brown J 1 ,0. R. Muvphv : 0 2 0 P. C. Miller 0 10 0 ■ P. Turley 0 5 0 F. Munro 0 5 0 W. Creenaune . _0, 2 -G J. Fleming 0 5 0 B. Howard-Smith 0 5 0 M. Ileaney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

, Your local storekeeper sells Super-x NOYES BROS. (Sydney) LTD., 115 Clarcncc St., Sydney. hits to Kill! j Bunny is not safe: even at the niouih of iits burrow or. boyond roach r of - ordinary loads, when Super' X. is after him. Super-, X hits harj arid kills : insianlly at ; many ..yards bev • yond ihc rnnje of ,; ordinary loads. •: Employs prosres-v sive-burmnij pow» dcr-—an cxc\us\'>c Western feature. sliot travels'/.-, in ; compact mass. This gives it ilo longer range and hard hiding- pow er. Try a packet/ 1$ World's Champion amtnuntcon >/g/30.i WOOD yard. . All orders promptly aucnaed to and delivered. Supplied to 1-any- length-at. .sliovtest,: notice. ' - -GENERAL CARRIER.' Satisfaction guaranteed." A Trial, Solicited j.'vv. hawkins; • Munncll St., gularganibonc. P.O. Box 30. ' , Phone 110. just ARRIVED. GIFT STATIONERY moderately f)riced>: '.quality* finest.; Full stock ;re-*i ^i-ds, pianola Tolls, ilm.-V. -Portable :| nd other models. - Golfing Material .oa hand. F...

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P. & A. ASSOCIATION The following reports was submitted as the annual meeting of the Gilgandra P. and A. Association:— ANNUAL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

P. & A. ASSOCIATION | The following reports was.,sub mitted ivs the annual meeting ,oi tb.e G-lganih'iv P. anil A. Association '.—r ANNUAL REPORT; Members will readily--understand Lnat .ha past three seasons.i.haye- been tin favourable, forthe successful con ruct of i an • agriculturalv show, ; but shicc its inception; eigh.een .yeari ago the Gilgandra Show has -been held y:ar by yea'.',: and " the results- (lifc c osed by the ^current balance sheet show a-s:eady imp-ovcnicnt.- The to tal receipts for the year.: just, elosod amount to £850/24/0, as compared with £904/1/8 in;. 1028'and £885 15/G in 1927. Prize money paid lor these three .'year:; was: "1927, £880 X8/y; 1928, £501/2/3; and 192!), £425/4/11.' Other items of .expendi ture vary, very lit:.V-:year:by year, an(\ it seems ' that apart . from prize money, .the society spends- an avorr uro yaavly amoun:' :of, .about .i'150. The net result of- the^operations; of the pa'jt three years-has been: 19.27. pre fit £74/9/4; 19...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

P?£JNT | mMNf 1 M€ NEY PLUCK A ■ romance in business! A few years back a young wan arrived in Australia* . He. had one asset and little money. This cit&et wm knowlcdce. He had spent twenty years in th.> point manufacturing trade in England. Soon after arrival in this country- he became associated with two younsr men who had the economic vision of*1 small profits and quick turnovers. friends advised them not to apply these - nrinciples to the paint trade* They argued that it was different from foodstuffs and trailing problems. Argument was useless. . liic paint business was started, but only In a small way. The price was a revela tion Tor first-trade paint. Sympathy- was about the only thinff tendered to the enterprisers. The best ft *als expected failure. Nothing but a crash was anticipated. But the "inevitable" didn't happen. Despite all criticism* Newton's Paint sold and sold. Within Bix months it had been used In practically •very town in Victoria. Within a year buyers...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

IN MEMORIAM HEILER-^11 loving- memory of our. . ' dear s-on ^><jd .brother,; Alphonse'-. .(Mick) Hcilefcowlio died January 26,>1027. N. ; A. silent thought, :aSsecrottear, Keeps his memory:evty.'clear. —Inserted by his mother-and father and' sisters. IN MEMORIAM IIEILEj^-—In loving; memory of my dear lu^band and- our-father, Al plionse, (Slick) Heeler, who depav! od :th's life^hmuary 26th, 1027. No matter whaw^er else we do, : We always will renV<mber you. •—Inserted: by his loviii^swife 'and' children/ • n IN MEMORIAM SUTTON—In loving memory of our dear lrttle son and brother,' William Ern'sst ^Sutton, who departed, th's life 24u\january,>,1923,- aged !>i' years. \ ■ •As wo loved j\u, so we miss you, • , »To our • menutry- over- dear. ;■< Loved,, remembered, .longsd -;fov al ways, ' \" '' ' As it 'dawns anowior year".' 1 ^ . (Deeply rcsroitod) •' —Inserted • by-', his lo\ing father ami. mother,.' J. and- A'.' SutKion,--siste-" Flo, and b...

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THAT MENDOORAN MATCH (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

THAT MENDOORAN MATCH (To The,Editor) S'r,—Will you please find spucc in the next issue of you paper, for this '.'reply- to va-letter from > Mr;;\J.; | iVIoHc-y,-..socretaryi':ofs'tliB'>GiIg'aiidra'i Colts' ; CrickatsClub;'; •which ; appeared •n .your issue of tile lGtli inst., rela-, ?cive-.-to-v criticism - by, lyour/Mendoorani respondent on the" failir-e ol the CJolLb' Cricks: team -to fulfil the r ;engogement. at Mandooran on the 5th' J; unary. I- must admit that your -.corespondent was a1 little, straight' in ,h-s remarks;- but no matter: on: whose part tho misunderstand'ng was,' he -expressed.'.ths' feelings of' the people;1 The facts ;s.atcd by, Mr. Morley are "not. quite correct. We- regained':the Pe;e:':Calopedis' Challenge Cup from •Jie CoMh on the 15th,December. The ,i acretary -ofr. tha .Colts, imme-.liu.ely after : the/ match, put in1 a challenge ;fci,v the foMowing: Sunday; the 22nd I)ecombi(r.We,, could -not play that day, neither was There any obligation emmy pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

NO ISSUE NEXT MONDAY . To comply with the Industrial Award there will be no issue of this paper next Monday (Anni versary Day). Advertisers and subscribers please note..

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FAREWELL TO MR. SLATER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

FAREWELL TO MR. SLATER 'Tho Shire President (Mr. E. JTown send)' presided 'ut a gathering of re presentative citizens in the Memorial Institute on Monday night, when Mr. C. W. Slater, headmaster of the Gil gandra Public School, was tendered a public farewell prior to his_dppar ture for. Putney, near Hyde, where he- will take charge of the school v ;The. cha'.man said Mr.■■■■■- Slater's popularlywas reflected :when-, :so ready 'response"was made, to the request: for a moating to•■avranga':a send-off. The position of headmaster was a very important one in .ouv; .community and their guesi had; earn ed the respect of ■ the general' public as well as the •scholars. It was main ly: through h's" efforts,thattheschool had' been raised' to a district school and ,in this direction alone they deep ly appreciated'his work. He had also been interested in public matters and there were .many .not present , who 'wished: him suc'cessin the future «nd. advancement in the service, ' As President of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

LAND AVAILABLE TWO CROWN LEASES;' near Wal otl—4200' ncros/ cncli .^' Applications prepared— > ' ' ;A.- TOWNSEND "SON] .Land Agents.

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Gilgandra Collie Railway WORKS COMMITTEE TAKE EVIDENCE IMPRESSED WITH GILGANDRA'S CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

' Gilgandra-Collie Kail way 'WORKS COMMITTEE TAKE EVIDENCE IMPRESSED WITH -GILGANDRA'S CLAIMS .-Should the .Public -Works. Comm'ttee report in favour of the construction of th©, proposed Gilgandara^Co'iltiei, yailv^Jiy line i^V will not be bccausc Giilsandra residents have feted members of. lh» committee. .If- is the only t.nnc on record-Where they 'hiljvc visited a country, town ami not bo met by public officials upon {hoi.- arrival. The commi.tes arrived oiv ■ Fr! day morning's V*ain mihoriorcd,1 unwapt and: unsant:, and. outjulo the seci'otary'of the. Ps'oe'.'os'j Association and several others no one know, they were due .-.••And. ynt "these gentlemen were coming -o Gilganrira :o decido if a railway J fcio'-wou^l-' be bui'l f-om hero to Collio! ■ Arrangements for the v.'sit . were certainly bably managed and the rea son can bo- put down toapparsnt lack ■At :'i 11 toved; ■ bythe'' secre. dry ;:qf v rthe Progress Association, : for- wo . have perused the qoiTCspondonsc -nassfRg: be...

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SHOW FOR BINNAWAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

SHOW FOR BINNAWAY At a:,very enthusiastic - meeting--at. B.'nnaway (lug week it was decided to form a P. and A; Association, end March-3 , was fixedyfor the first annual cvent/^Mr/Frank Grayling, a not»d show, exhibitor and' who was a .competftoiv at": the last Gilgandru show, has bsen appointel. hon-..- see-, vo'.ary, and • .Mr . N. S. Gavland, Uio, local, solicitor, :.as?istant sec; In • Mr. S'wNi*McFsslanej assPresident, they have ibi right man in the r'.gh': -place/ Messrs. P. Hosking, G. lioper, -T. Shefchan, P . Re'dy/- McLenna, A . A . < I'"rew, and mAV" . . Rogers' are - the' vice tu'ositbnis,, Despite the adverse saa:; koiv the-inonibcrs/prospects a:"e l)riftht for: r.n i agricultural sdcie'y ":r: their iiiid'jt-.and :if. .entluiri'asm'icounted fgr. anything 'certainly w'll be a .-ucces. Wivnvish.*,th'em well.' ' -

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SHOW STEWARDS "Rode Over Old Stewards"" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

- SHOW STEWARDS '■Rode Over Old Stewards" "Last year men were appoint ■ : ed to ac!: as ring stewards who . wero not members of the com mittee. It is not right on prin cipal. When thoy came into lh» , i'ing they rode over the old members and one asked' us: "Do < . ■ you know wha: to do." It was a slight on the committee to do <iuch a thing. 1 am prepared to .get out and not cry over i': if they are allowed to take chargc. If in order I will move 'that it bs a • ccommenciation to the incoming . committee that no man be ap pointed without being a member clf ,f,hc (c'ommmi|teef.—M1*. C-. M. Thomas, . the last Giigau dra I?, and A. meeting. ' .Mf.- AV. Milgate seconded"the mo don, contending' that the protest was justified.' Ths President said it wa's'noc cus tomary for the secretary to' appoint stewards who were not-mcmbers;, but no doubt- lie would be able to g'ivo a iJiMsfatf ory expIanati'lori-H _ ^ Mr. L. D'. Sensier said he had acfisd- as; steward ;on':inany"...

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GULARGAMBONE RACES Tips For Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

GUtARGAMBONE RACES Tips For Saturday All roiyl^should load: to Gilarp;ani -'AA' forr Wrttftrday1 and^MWday-vwhen t!ioanmial- Anniversary meeting -of tlia- •Jddlcdy~Glul) Avill-:bevheld^. Over COvi: horses :have^vbecn.>nominated : lor „Uic six racos each -day, and w.'h a nvga nominci ion in ,*thc Armatres Trial Purse on the first day it w'll oo ncsorsary to run v two divisions! •I'he^ ;s2lections:'of;;ou'.*,'sportil.jij.;writei.! i. as follows:— " Opening1 Handicap: Green Horn 1, r/jn'ent 2, Sir-Han-y .3.,"/ " - Arma'ree Trial Plate: .Big Money I, Oriental Emblem 2,,'Colvei:'lea-3. Itosedale Handicap: loop's Hope 1, on Su Band ?, Cool Steel 3. , Oaf'.l'sreagh Handicap': Boinpa " 1, Kiiftenine 2, One Humbug 3 . . , Annatrce ivial- Purse, first div ision: Kotor 1, Rocur 2, Nancy Wood Seconl div'sion: Trevarra 1, Slip pery Sam 2, Sister West 3. EirrawaHandicap: . Schrapnel - . 1, .N'fiag 2, Dreamer 3. Tlie^firstrraos eaeh day commences at 1.30 p.m.

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PREMIER WHEAT DISTRICT Gilgandra Harvest Totals 150,000 Bags [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

. .PREMIER WHEAT DISTRICT : tt,• : " Gilgandra Harvest T«tais 150,000 Bags .".••vDospvfto unfavourable .conditions Gifgandra dis'r'ci, harvisled »i g-'car vei\ n urn b sr. of bags of - whca.t than any; .clic'-i-ict In U12 Cer.ti.ul We 31 v..t\ LliddcWcrj;. .When it is'realise:!' itliatsthe .pi",eirrer-,wheat' growing "ceni: of the 'Slats "are included_in this area the' achievement is-110 mean onii' and on,3- 'i'hat residents /should be jn'oiid of. In addition Mr. W. Bun-el!, of "Wocds'de", Gilgandra, made the ' ofouri'vtownringv-thvoiig-hcut ,tho' v/hert growing centres in tlio Stat.e -byssecuring. third:.prize in the i-'ntorrdistr lit*.■■.■■wheat > competition( Uti derivthe^auspiccs'ofi'the: Royal: Agri • cultural: Society, and harvea.ing =■ J 4 bags to the acre from his crop. In conversation with Mr. Wnrlt. lnanciger of lVEessrs. M.- McLeod Ltd.; .G lgandra,. that gentleman estimates that: the: Gilgandra district yield will roach 150,000 bags,; made up as fol lows:—~ Gilgandra ...

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COUNTRY WEEK CRICKET Hughie Williams to be Nominated. By Colts' Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 23 January 1930

) COUNTRY WEEK * CRICKET .'Hughie Williams to be Nominated. By Colls' Cricket Club. :A general meeting of the Gilgand ra i Goits.': Cricket' GUibi.:held: in:tlvjitMem^ or;al: Institute-on'Tuesday: nighty was largely attended". „Mr. A. .Ilobbs oc cupicd the chaid, theie being also piescnt: M'.ss.'s. R. M. Diggs, snr, 0\ Smith, E. Mudie, L. Matchect, E E'lis, N ^ Meeis, P Heain, ^ Fislc, W. Elsom, J. Morris J. Wil liams, IC. Williams, B. Weston, N. P tt (tieasuiei) and J Mgrloy (aec retavy). < ' - ' ' - ■ The-action, of; the.secretary:in.pay-/ ing £L nioi'c, fgr rhe new mat than originally- intended*- to bythe'i clubV was endorsed on the motion of J. Williams and E. Mudie. The treasurer (N. Pitt) reported that a profit of £4/9/l'result#{^rom the "recent : dance- heldiin ithfr1 Empire; Theatre by the club'. 5hie gross le ce:pls amounted to £8/13/10, and 'expenses £4/4/9. - * • - Hillside Cricket Club forwarded a 'complimenTaTy tticket; for their dance to ha hold on Friday, 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 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, 9jd. yard. JAP CREPES, all shades 6^d. yard r~ ' ' 36 inch PURE LONGCLOTH, 9 yard. COTTON FUJI, Fast Colours, 1/1 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 54" 1/-, 72" 1/9, 80" 2/6. 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 C L O T H, l/4i yard. NATURAL FUJI SILK, Special 1/10 yard. GOOD QUALITY PILLOW SLIPS, I/- each. OSMAN PILLOW SLIPS, 1/6 each. MOSQUITO NET, 100" 2/-yard. OSENABERG. Special 1/1 yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO. CLEAR AT AT JW CLUB HOUSE HOTEL •; GULARGAMBONE . - H. J. HEILER, proprietor {r \ Yen Get The Best Liquor Here Twines, spirits, beers ——— all guaranteed OUR aim.is to give SATISFACTION to the PUBLIC. -ftsAtttate. Terms. Stabling a Special Feature. A Reli...

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TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

TALES OF THE BUSH Arid Life Outback (BY "BOWYANG BILL") .For. they tramp and go as the world - rolls back, " They drink and gamble, and die; But their spirits shall livo on vthe t outback track, A's'.long as-the years go'by .. .■■■■■■, o o o If unemployment keeps increasing, arid more of our young1? men com pelled to carry the swag, I think I'll publish a swagman's cookery book, writes Bill Bowyang. It's surprising how few of the present-day "matilda waltzers" know how to "knock":up a: meal on the track. As old Steve says, "If they .were on the track in^the olrt;; days' when. there ; was ;a week's-.;,walk ing between -the .towns, some,; of -the poor-cows would starve .. You ' didn't get a bread every day them times, and if you - didn't ' know- how to - make - a ■ damper or johnny*cake you bloomin' well hadIto'starve." Probably,there is a great deal"in what "S':eve says. I remember vwheir;I .first- carried the "bundle", almost every: man .: on the track could-make a damper or johnny ...

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