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THE QUAMBONE TRAGEDY The Father's Story [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

THE QUAMBONE TRAGEDY The Father's Story • Charles Arthur Barnes, school tes chor of Quanibone, at the inquest upon th.e deaths of his three children, whq were .'drowned at, Jerseyville, on January 6th said :• "My wife was in intense parti with a scalded1 face. I travelled, fast—between 35 and 40 miles an hour. Suddenly, the road seemed to disappear, and a wall of water rose up over the winscreen. I rose to the sui'face and1 saw some thing floating. I found my wife, and got her ashore. She could not see j because of her burns, and tried to rush back into the river. I had to hold her and could not go to help the chHld'rai_. The coroner found that Patricia, John and Irene Barnes were drow n.ed in the -waters of the Macleay river, '.through being accidentally driven into the river whilst asleep In the back of a motor car. He added that the whole district was appalled1 at the tragedy and praised Mi-. Sut.cliffe, who dived into the river -in'the'dark to discover the car and bring the chil...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

Mew ^ ' Victor" / Talking Machine Noted £or Glorious Tone, Marvellous Reproduction, Superb W or kmanship, Artistic Finish. Hear and Judge for Yourself Catalogues Free. \*k Table Model • Home Upright Console - Grand « • £19 £ 29/10/0 - £45 • £50 Sold for Ca»h oo Easy Term* by t I r HOME MODEL, _ £29/10/- ' $ • ^issaaaazBs j—mwrnmiM ummaifiro A CONVINCING TESTIMONY PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. SOLD THROUGH FLEMIN.GTON FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1929 • 51,565 CATTLE AND 423,403 SHEEP. The Sheep Wonderfully Benefited by the Seeluded Shee& Ac commodation with its SHADY.: TREES AND CLEAN DRINK ING WATER . , The Cat!e Vastly Refreshed by the Capacious SWIMMING BATII, together with the Spacious Feeding, Watering and Shpl* ter SHEDS. All these Inestimable Advantages are available by censignijig ' your SHEEP, CATTLE, W&OL and PRODUCE to " PITT. SON AND BADGERY .LTD. Pastoral Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydneyi M Mcjpon itn MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS Highest Market Price ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHEAP RAILWAY EXCURSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

CHEAP RAILWAY EXCURSIONS . For. the convenience . and pleasure of all who .were unable, to take ad van t age of the cheap excursion trains ar ranged by the- -Railway Department ; during the regular.holiday, season, a cheap train is to be provided to Syd ney.: on Thursday, 13th February, at 3.-30 p; m. Passengers by th.'s train may- traviel. at'Single. fare for the doublei'jour'ney, cand .the tickets will bet .available ; for return within one moa-.h, - provided only that .the cou pon' attached: to; the ticket must be presented on ..ther'date .of the re'torn. Tli',s excursion train .will; leave G-i! gandra: at: 3.:30 ;p.nv.j on "Thursday, 13th .February. -

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BOOKMAKERS' DEMANDS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

BOOKMAKERS' DEMANDS A letter received by the commit tee of the; Forbes Jockey Club from Mr. E. Muggridge, of Bathurst, sec retary of th.e„ newly-formed• Wusio.'i District Bookmakers' Association, sets out the. claims of Ahat-body to a reduct'on of betting feeg now char ged by race clubs. He points.out that the rni.s has' come when members of "the associ ation are forced to real'ra that the high cos; op bookmaking'is bacom 'iig rn acute problem. "Travelling expenses, hotel charges, and other "n c'dentals have increased so much Lhat fielders havo been forcedto band oRcther for their own ■ protsc'.ion," ho says. Aid. James Hill, of Forbes (better known as "Chummy" -Hill) who is president of the new associa tion, points out that It' is dssirable for fie!ders to have "a uniform scale of 'fees payable to clubs. He men tioned that a bookmaker who did business, at a small fixture had to" pay the club the.same fee as at a big meeting, where he would write four t.im'es asvmany wagers. On the ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MR. ABBOTT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

MR. ABBOTT The former Federal lflember for the Gwjd r, Mr. C. L A AbbotL, passed - through Gilgandra > this .rafter-' noon ' on; h's way to - Goonabarabran. , lis has acceptcd the position 'of or ifaniser'for the ;Gountry-Party, in- the N orth :W est and - Western districts for: the"approach'.ng.State elections,-and Y,-i'l ba jn Gilgandra again nex:; week.

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BOBBERY AT ALBERT Police Fire Shots But Fail To Stop Car [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

BOBBERY AT ALBERT Police Fire Shots But Fail To Stop Car There was a daring robbery v committed at Albert on Tuesday night last, and some time later when (the culprits were passing through Trangie they were called upon, to stop by the Trangie po. lice. They refused to do so and ■ Sergeant Bainbridge and Con stable Taylor emptied six revol ver shots into the car without effect. About 1 o'clock on Tuesday night persons entered the business premises of Mr.- Harry Hutchinson's store at Albert, and from the pocket of a pair ol.trousers took £17/10/0. Mr. Hut chinson does not live at the store but he lias a battery connection from the shop to his private house, and the ringing of the electric bell awoke h'm . Walking out with a double bar rel gun, he was just in time to see the robbers gett'ng into a brown sedan caiy and he gave them a parting bar rel. Apparently, the pellets missed, be cause the car was rapidly'driven in the direction of Trangie. The Trangie police were communi cated wit...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

COMING BROS 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. ^hone 30. ,■ Box 33.7 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 Si'.ndkai, . Our Motto is Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Service. COMINO BROS-GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. cAnnounctng Pressureless Touch am In a 'Pen that Ends breakage—Wrings Jewd-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 Blue — all Black tipped. It comes in 3 size...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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VISIT OF HOSPITAL COMMISSIONER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

| - « - - - - - 7 . VISIT OF HOSPITAL COM i MISSIONER I - ' I I- Mr;. R. J: Love, Chairman of the Hospitals Commission, w'll visit: Gil- , gandva- on Fr.'day next,: February (3,' ! at; 3.30 . p.m., and interview the I ■ local committee - to di j'Ju?.? witif ' thorn j hosp'tal problems. . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

THE A.B.C. CAFE NO\y COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA TIONS FOR COOLEST DRINKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM and LATEST AMERICAN FANCY SUNDAES. A Trial'Will Convince You PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS GILGANDRA Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and jCream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. LINK UP ' > WITH GILGANDRA'S MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR GARAGE T. B. WESTON AND SONS J. • / HAVE TAKEN OVER MUNRO'S GARAGE. WE DESIRE TO MEET THE •"ONVENIENCE OP MOTORISTS. CONTINUOUS SERVICE — We can supply Shell and Plume Petrol, ValvoUne and) Mob,il Oils, Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres and Tubes. 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 SERVICE to others is play to a Dodge Tasks that are an effort for tlie average car are easy for the' Dodge Six. All-day trips at high speed—continual driving in traffic—long grinds over bad roads—hard pulls over hills>>-Dodge accomplishes them all—calmly, cheer fully, commandingly...

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LOCAL WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

i LOCAL WOOL . The■ Wa'i-oa clip from Estate ' h£ II. H. Fisher, Gular, was among the j'offerVngs ai- Winchccjriibe), -Carson's. Sydney auction last Tuesday. Th.a l.uivcs' realised 113d.,' Hid., broken | Old., bellies 63d. Mr. J. E.'Johni j.'ston, ■ Greenwood. .Yale, Gilgandra,; ; secured hoggats'-'and wethers <. fleece jilOid ewes lOd. at the same firm's auction.

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

CHURCH SERVICES I Gulargnnibono Prcsbytsrian::: Sun-, | day,2nd -.rFcbriiarjr, ^ £>th, v;lGthy anr! ■ :-23rd, no . services in /.-charge: Sunday; ■ •2nd March: 11 a.m. Gulargambonn;. jo p.m. Armatreo; 7.30 p.m. Goon jambJI.-Preacher: Rev. K. W"." Bur Ion, B.A. ' , ; G ilgandra Presbyterian • service! .Eoyij Sunday, February 2nd: Harvest Fes- ; tival Sunday:-. Qilgandra:■■.ll- -a.m.; Curbanr 3,.p. m^Gilgandra v7.3/- p.m.-j M",nis:er: Rev. T. Eurfyl Jones, , 1

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COLTS v. SPRINGFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

COLTS v. SPRINGFIELD Owing- to the heavy state of the roads, Warren cricketers were un able to fulfil then- .engagement with the Glgandra Colts on Sunday last, and jts place a match was arranged •with Springfield. Only two runs sep arated the team on the first innings; but in the second knock the'Colts scored 127 to their opponents', 47. Scores: COLTS—1st Inninga. Matchett, b Childs . v 6 N. Misers, c McKellar, b Raglus : 3 F. Smith, b Chids 2 A.. ITobbs, c MfcKellair, b Raglus ■ • 0 C.' Ryan, c McKellaiy b . Childs 19 E. Mudie, b Long 13 N..P;tt, b Childs " , 1 J. Perry, b Childs 3 Fisk, c McKellar, b CWlds 0 ■ J. Morris, b Raglus0 J. McGowan, not out ••' - 2: Sundries 3 Total '■. 1: 63 Bowling: A. Raglus 3/16, W. Childs 6/24, F. Long'7/18. SPRINGFIELD—1st- Innings F. Long, b Mudie v . >:• C F. Semmler, b Ryan 10 W. Childs, run out " 12 G. Christie, b Matchett 3 C. McKellar; b Matchett 5 McKellar, c and b Matchjett 10 Rag:us, c Meers, b Matche&t 8 A . McKellar,'c Ferry, ...

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CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

CLEARING SALE Messrs.- A. Townsend and Son ad vertise in this Issue the "pre'liininnry Retails of a clearing1 salevto:Ee field on account of Mr. B. R. Cassidy, on Sherringham's property, -near Gfl jjandra, on February 19th. Pull de tails W.U1 be published in the-'liext' issue of the "WceWy",

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

Fibrolite ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS DO not wait another three or four years—decide to build a home of your own NOW at a cost, within your reach by planning to use Hardie's "FIjJRO.LITE" Asbestos Cement Sheets for Exterior and Interior Walls and Ceilings, and . " FIBROLITE " Slates for Roofing. Then—consider the other advantages you will obtain by utilizing this modern building material in the construction of your new home. Firstly—By biding with "FIBROLITE" you will obtain the comfort and sc-ivnty of a dwelling that will be fire retardant, white ant proof, permanently durable, hygienic, always artistic, warm, in winter, and cool in summer. - » Secondly—A " FIBROLITE " Dwelling will cost you no more ^ to build than a weatherboard house of s'ame size and design. Thirdly—Owing to the " Low Capital Cost " of a " FIBROLITE " Dwelling, the interest on the money invested in it only amount* to a small sum per annum. The 2ower the Capital Cost of your home , • -the less you pay in interest—and ...

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NEW CABINET MAKER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

NEW CABINET MAKER In this issue Mr. C. R;:;Martin, a lif.e long resident of Gi'gand-;n,"an nounces that ho has comnicnooil busi ness in premises sdjoinin? .Messrs." Miller-and James, Gilgandra, asi ^a, cabinet maker and general furniture; repairer. All classes of work 'will be undertaken.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

Only STUDE'B'A-|C£l:?i could offt ctator Ei 4 fig/i- ■' ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN 1115) INCH WHEELBASii v. J ■worthy World famous HERE is an eight—a companion car to the ^ Champion' President and the Commander Eights. The New Dictator Eight places abundant power at your -.•^command—adequate to every cmer V-Jt gency—an engine which makes play of ' . mile-a-minute speed, yet which is thrifty of oil,and|gas. Since the intro duction'vof its .lix^ejSof straight eights, Studebaker has won every official stock car speed and endurance record. Here is modern, low-swung grace, made possible by The Dictator's - costlier, double-drop frame and a. wheelbase \ increased to 115 inches. Here is riding ' ease, for which all Studebaker cars are renowned. And here" is the economy which you have demanded—an economy which. . \ begins .With low first cost and is carried . through with remarkable thrift of fuel "•vand oil and with traditional Studebaker cturdiijess. . STUDEBAKER MODELS.AND PRICES: President...

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BRANDER AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

BRANDER AGAIN At Broken Hill on "Monday night* the Tooraweenah hope, Leo Brandeiv eccured an easy po'.nts dseis'fon ov'er : Sammy Shack, in a 15 round Ciui-' tost. 3hack iva.- imported tn this',; country from America io fight Grime; to whom ho .lost on points. Grander , is due home thfe week for a short : Bp oil. . vV-'.

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MARRIED AT GULGONG [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

MARRIED AT GULGONG Th,e -wedding was cekbrated'' at Gulgong on July 4, 1929, of Miss Gladys M. Beasley, youngest .daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beasley, of Iris Street, Glgandra, and Mr. - Charles Henry Ronald V'lles, second 6on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vi'os, of T;°tbury, England. The officiat ing minister was vhe Re v., W.. Rod-, den. . . .. .. .:;

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THE FLAPPER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

THE FLAPPER Now she may be a simple maid, - With dark .or auburn -.hair, ; ' Of figure tall and most sedate, Ck' only passing- fair; But with her charming s'mpleness And figure most devine, • She captivates your throbbing heart, You whisper, "Lads, she's mine." And thence you-call to see your love, And train your eyes in vain To see that things are all serene, The dog. is on the chain. l'ou hop the gate, retrace your steps And hurry 'cross the street, , A whistling note, "their pet returns, < Your pants have lost the seat Ilcr eyes may be sparkling grey, ■ Iler.lia'jr a lurid blue, / - But just to please your fickle mind She'll quickly change the.hue; » And spots may mar .her dimpled _ cheeks, But with a little paint' The transformation is supreme, And where they are they ain't. And when you' press those treasured cheeks, ' ^ Next .morning you may :note■■■;■ They've left their fragrance on your lips, Their co'our on your^ coat; ''bapi her skirt is just below, Or just abov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. . . Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.)i WARRACKN A BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd. Loans negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates, of Interest.. , A. H, SMITH -• Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes .. of Buildings. D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live*. Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. ' Agent for Royal Insurance Co. TANKS TANKS PRICES FOR TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and -bottom; 20 igage top; 3 tap, £7.. ; ;^000 -GALLON, same materials as .above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. . • ; " .3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. i Without - tops less £1/5/; and tap 5/G extra. All Prices Cash on Delivery. . ^Prices', for other tanks or for • making on application. A. P. Walton, Gilgandra " Phone 71. REWARD. . i. A" reward of £5 is offered by the ...

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