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CRICKET HILLSIDE v. ARMATREE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

CRICKET HILLSIDE v. ARMATREE Scores of the match played at Armatree Oj] Sunday,- 19'.h January, lor the II. J. Lewis and Sons' chal lenge cup:— , 1,1 HILLSIDE D. Rogers, b N. Law , 9 R. Grockp, c "N. Law, b W. Gillet 10 E. Buckingham, c J., Hodgson, b _ A. Macken _ •• 7 G. Rale'gh, b A. Macken 2 F. Ryan, c J. Hodgson, b -A. Macken ■ , 0 S. Marclfant, not out ' 40 J! Ryan, stp-G. Twigg, b A. - Macken ^ 2 L. Raynoiyc J. Hodgson, b A. ■ Macken ' 11 N. Marchant, b W. Gillet 31 P. Andrews, b W. Gillet .4 A. Marchant, b W. Gillet 5 "Sundries 20 Total 147. Bowling: J. Co.bcroft 0/22, N..Law 1 /24, W. - Gillet . 4/25, A. - Macken 5/53. "■ ARMATREE P. Law, lbw, b Rogers CO• W. Twigg, run out 14^ N. Law, b Raynor » ,' 25. A. Macken, c J. Raleigh, b Ray- ■ nor 0 J. -Hodgson, lbw, b Rogers-c-v .0 II. Twigg, lbw, b Rale'gh 8 II. Hodge, c S. Marchant, b N. Marchant - 9 J: Gobcroft, run out 3 W; Gillet, not out 18. A. Peart, b Rogers r 1 G. Tw'lgg, b T. Ryan 2 Sundries " 18 Total . 164 Bowling: T;...

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

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

COLTS v. WARATAHS In a scratch match between the G Jgandra Waratahs and Colts, play ed on Monday afternoon, the War-: atahs proved the better team by de feating the Colts by 61 to 34 in a one innings match. P. Reynolds and D. Whitton wjere responsible for the . Colts' coJlapse, taking the ten wic kets between them for 28 runs. There is a rumor that several of the best players from the Waratahs are jo'ning up with the Colts. It is.: to be hoped that this is correct, and the sooner it comes about the better for cricket locally. As it is at pre sent neither team is strong enough to successfully defend their troph'jes against visit:ng teams. Scores:— WARATAHS J. Williams, b Ryan. 2 D. Whitton, b Ii. Williams ■ !i0> P. Reynolds, e McGowan, b Ryan 3' R. T.ibbits, c Smith, b Williams • 4 N. Noonan, b Ryan . - • 0 G. Dowling, b Ryan > 10 G. Fleming, b Williams > 2 . J. Worre'J, c Hobbs, b Williams ;-- 3 > C. Holland, b. Ryan 12 -VV. Dowling, b Smith : -; • 1- ■ N. Morr,'s, not o...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COLTS v. BREELONG [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

COLTS v. BREELONG :ch between Breeking 'and ' • aura Colts, .played on... the lor.sl. grourd- on ..Saturday.'las:/.thi, ■1 far superior in every . <ra~v\ by-defeating-the. 1 10 31, , -"octa tors' point .'ofi V'friw was 'one' sided-atidi offer-: no! lit' le or no interest'untiL L. -Ilrv'n wont in and. attacked . the fowling •"ScJ ix unmercifully;- ThesColts 'l- - v,-".; pathetic ; '"With.- the ex.-' " of Chum Ryan, N. Pitt;}-' J. "i and Woods,';they did not tippo: r to have any ■ interest in the same. These were between 50 and 30 catches went; begging, but little or no effort .was made to .take.them: With the exception of those players already mentioned, the fieldsmen seemed too tflred to stoop and' stop a ball and w.ere content to let it pass and follow it on to the bound ary. On several occasions when the bowler delivered the ball he discov ered that first and. second slip were over talking to the wicket keeper, and others were busy either mak'ngl or light"ng cigarttes. ...

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

AUNT MARY'.' BAKING POWDE?. COSTS A LITTLE MORE—WORTH. A LOT MOKIi 1TTr, rpTir r mc Handsome Surprise Pack: SAVE THE LIDS for 50 clean Lids. GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing. Urgent Prescriptions any hour, Day or Night. Till IP S. flARROTX M.P.S. PH ART!A CEUTICAL CHEMIST. Thone 20. Miller Street, Gilgandra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET Now is the time" to get your old Sets in Order. Ri-member, the Amalgamated Wireless Co. give FREE.SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time Do not order-a New Set until you have seen and . -' ' - heard the Latest One Dial Control. "SCREENED' SIX", Cabinet Model, complete, V * with" built-in loud speaker . £49 STRAIGHT SIX" Model, complete with: loud speaker, etc - i . £35v ; . • A'-.'KFMRF.R ' ' -LOCAL"DEALER. ' m- m^leod, ltd. 7 * MILLERS AND GRAiiN MlfiRCHr^VKs' " . GILGANDRA, ; , / t^hest Market X i ices (iivcn .for-. CsOoti 'v. Wheal Received at our Mills, on Silo Terms and Conditions. :N.S.YV. lima Wheat Warran...

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

CRICKET Oil Sunday, January 19, the Mer rygoan cricketers again v'isited Men do oran, striving to secure the Cal oped;a Cup. It was perfect cricket weather, though on the hot side. People came from all parts of the district to enjoy the game. A. Mc Kllop, who captained the home team, , won the toss and decided to bat.He open«d the batting with H. Monk as partner. E. Mariol end W. Black hall w£f© th* flrtt howlew tri«d by J " llerrygoen, knd off th» former's first ever nin« runs vera iicWred, McKillop 6»'tfQ'rJnir eight of them. Thie play was thSn Wicfiidy cricket, witih p'c'e'a'sion'ally I some bright strokes off anything loose I in the bowling. The pair were still to jjjuMwr af.er lunch, when they opened [their shoulders. McKillop ret'lred at (123, and Monk was caught by Hay don after a well: played innings for. G3. Quick scoring continued,; E; ; .Jv Glmpnian 15, Stan Luckie 29, C.' Yeo 4G not out, W. Luckie knocked up 24 deluding five hirs to the fence, :R. .'Luckie hit merr'ly fi...

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

PURCHASED MENDOORAN BUSINESS Mr." Darcy Gai-l.ng, son of Mi', and Mrs. A. E. H. Garlmg, of Tooraweenah, has purchased the .gen eral Btorekeeping business of Mr. : A. E. XJruickshank's «; Mendooran;xand' will enter into possessoron, Eeb.'u ary 16,

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

SOCIAL .. Mrs. Waverlsy-Iticha'.'-'dson* and-hm' daughter has been spending the ; last few weeks in Sy-dncy. Mr. John Cameron, of "NulJcn"j; has presented the Mendooi'an Cricket Club wi- h a bat for tlis best batt ng ivevaRe of thU SsaSQn. ' -•> Mr. J. Cameron has.always bcrn a keen cricket enthusiast and w'th regularity ons sees'hini'nnipTirup al nearly all thd matches. _ ^ A ..dance 'n aid of the combiner"! churches will be held atMerrygccn ;OK Monday 27th inst. > , It is with-regreat, that,wihavo to -repoi't.-Ahe death of Mr. F. II-. who *for many years was.'contracting iD'the district. He was, in th,« loth Bnltal-on of '.ho A.I.F. A Military itun-srali.was^hald1in Mendoortm■■■ on Thiu'sday last, ^conducted. ;by.'Sery: Iitis'icir• Browny. ..Avho*- v/ibh Mr.. : J. .Saunders,, represented the Goonabnr i>,i.iran Jle.tiirn.sd: Soldiers' League [ M r Brtf n, of BraTn's Garage, Coonabard rbr.n, generously;placed a car at 'he disposal of the league for the funer al; The firing ...

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

The NEW CAR Tudor Sedan ixty miles an hour— and in perfect safety YOU have, in all probability, com pared the appearance of the New Ford with llml of llic fen est car yoti havo ever known. Now wc ask you to apply I his oarce standard to its performance. Brio{j back to yos: iniiiil yoar im pressions of the most satisfactory motor car performance yon have experienced. Tlicn come to our salesroom for a ride in the New Ford. We confidently predict that "this amazing car will meet pntisfactorily the revere standard by which we ask you to judge it. It has already done so for thousands of experienced motorists. Owners who long ago forsook the light weight car field are now Lack in it, driving with greater salisfaclion the New Ford car. • To • (I i y for a Demons t rati on LOCAL DEALER. gitlgandra motor GARAGE CO. 2 5 YEAR S OF PUBLIC PREFERENCE lDALElGII HOSPITAL-, nJLGANDRA. • Has been thoroughly renovated and is under entirely now management. Medical, Surgical and Obstetric .cases receiv...

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THE REWARD OF HONESTY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

• . - / - THE REWARD OF HONESTY • ' Only, a few days ago two swagmen. •bassed througK tlie town looking for, work. At several places they called and recelv/d' something to take ihcnr along fly/road. One of the men being a cook/thought that his chance; had come/but the owner of the camp sent/one of them to town to buy-a few | stores for him and also'somq tobacco i;Jor.. himself. On the swagman re turn to' camp he picked up - a^ wallot contained £16. BV(ng honest hev in-, forms the; owner of the cr.mp of his find . The camp owner finds out the o^vner of the ■ wallet; .The.;' generous owner of theyvallet then presents 5/ ■reward to the honest workman ;■ ■ ■■ S-My/dsar old -friend Jaboz has s'nce appeared* after his eqisode with' the damsel,',who suffered from a sobbing T)ut fit, "and 'tells mo that he rememb ers as. a'school boy when he was pun ished 'for .'impudence, that he had to write,'i.out a hundred times, th's oc curred frequently, '-'Honesty brings its'own reward." He is wonder...

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

f BALLADORAN NEWS 1 Great excitement was experiences ; t Balladoran on Sunday last, .when a drowning -fatality, was narrowly n\e-ted A numbci of youths wdie bathing in the Mar.huguy Creek when George Alchin -got into clifii cufties. His brother Fred, GeorgcMc Garity and Earn Johnson went to his asista.nce, when the: whole four ..soon became exhausted. > Brother, .A ndor son' then threw.,'a ;towel .-to ;one - pE ! men and the- whole -four were, then draggl'd to the bank; when it;was sefin^ | i ha - George Alchin was in a bad |v;ay. First aid .was rendered by h's mates, but the efforts met w'th litrie success until Mr. ^ChriS iansen ar rived, whose knowledge proved to be more successful.j Meanwhile .a; doct or was summoned;, from rGilganclra,. who;upon'h?s arrival ordered the..'su>-: ferer into the hospital. Latest ad-, vice is that ho is doing well. <The-dislVr^ct experienced some; good : falls of rain over the week-end',, when from three -to five inches;.,! were rec...

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

impounding notice Impounded from Ra'lway Yards on,2 Bay Mate, branded near should er WG in squffve, l]ght; also one yel low Bay Mare, T^ht, no brand vis able . Impounded fl<om Morris Streit, B'ack Filly, half draught, long tail, no brand visable. IPs. not releasnd and expanses paid v'll be\sold at th s pound, Gilgandra, at Tioon oh 6/2/36. G. CUTTS, Acting Pound keepev, on behalf W. Gaffney-. dancing DANcFnG \mISS 1LMA TURNER' . Resumes TJuition in Ballet, Too and • Sofa Dancing on - SATURDAY, IsNfEBRUARY, 1930 ' AT CRYSTAlN^ALACE' : ; "Fifty pigs Fok sale ' j". M. THOMAS,... • , "Long: View," ' , ; G'.'Jgandra. THE FEDERAL CABINET AND joinery WORKS Furniture Repairs, Etc. NEXT MILLER & JAMES MILLER STREET GILGANDRA 'Phone 173 C. R. MARTIN, . Proprietor. NOTICE I, ANBM MINAS GLYTSOS, o£ Greek Na'tiotajlity, born at Cytyra, '.Greisce, and re§Wi^nt 5 years and 3 months in Australiajsmnv residing at Miller. Street, GttgandiNu intend to apply for naturalisation under ...

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

Your local Storekeeper has Xpert. If he is out of stock, write to NOYES BROS. (Sydney) LTD., 115 Clarence Strceti Sydney. game with XPERT Use Xpert -always and g a t more game. Low breach pressure, no ob jectionable recoil, nnd close, effective patterns arc out standing features of Xpert. Employs special smokeless powder, is remark ably accurate, and is low in price, Xpert is a worth while load. Qiva it a trial. World's Champion Ammunition 3.6.30

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

it sg g . ".LOOK YOUR BEST IN. 'A IS. AKUBR A" The large illustra tion shows a mosc popular AKUBRA style; shaped for comfort; keeps you looking your '-::At Left: A quiet, Jignftcd style. Ac . Juanii. A- bccom •'.vingx^new style, •greatly m vogue, The j Real Finishing Touch No doubt, that little bouquet... an expression of affection or regard . . . adds a note of freshness and brightness. But the real finishing touch to a man's appearance is his hat! 'Prove it to yourself! "When you're all dressed up,, put on your hat! Doesn't it make or mar the ^vhole effect, according to whether it's right or wrong? You'll get the right,hat'among the ?vide AKUBRA range. Whatever .your taste; whatever your need, AKUBRA will meet; it;. /. , « exactly!;

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MENDOORAN NEWS COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

MENDOORAN NEWS COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCI ATION A meeting of the Mendooran branch Of theCountry Women's Association *m K«ld: In *.he Mschanits' Institute on Saturday afternoon, 18th January, those present being Mrs. G. Snod frws (President), Mesdam:^s Lang, Ales Truskett, Francis, 'J. Monk, Glddingrs, A'-f. Truskett and Askew. Ob Friday nigh; last a euchre (party and soc'alwas held in Weeke's Hall in of the Mendooran branch of the C.W.A. The ladies euchre prize.. *aB won by Mrs. J. T. Monk, and the'gtents' prize,was won by Mr. Alf . Monk. The booby prize for gents ■was won by Mr. Truskett. Although' the function was not the financial success usual to functions held by the; tke association, still the branch will be benefited to the amouijt of about £6. The members of the branch arc ysry gratefulto Mr. D. Morley, J. ifeehan and. C. Truskett, and others,, i who kindly prepared the hall floor so excellently for dancing, and for as-, siff'.lng w^h the euchre tournament. >

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

Ab ove all for Smartness and Service I guarantee \ FOR BOYS' FOR G,RLS ■ ^uagamee j| AND BAB/ES TOo Manufactured in Sydney }>y WEARPROOF HOSIERY LIMITED Whotwh oidy hy WEARFROOF HOSIERY SALES LTD. nveM£(tSt« near CUrclurd St ticdfcrit. PlwncU'd, 608 ■mat Power for its size and weight The.-farmer's . expectations of a Tractor, are higher to-day than they have ever been. In the new Model "L" Tractor, the Manufac turers have gone far beyond these expectations. Case never- builds hastily. This new Tracfor is the culmination of four years .of extensive devel opment—four years of testing— four years of service field tests under the most-varied and dif ficu 11 conditions that could be found. .The final result is a machine ; far in ad vance of present day tractor design. PE RHAPS your interest lies in the New Model "C" A higher - powered Tractor than our £Th former 12/20 h.p. v Model which it Q replaces. The new Case Tractor delivers great power for its size and weight. This is one of ma...

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

LOCAL RAINFALL Ths following is the rainfall re-r <orded. -at the Mendooran Post Of fiee for the yea? 1929:— January . 91 pts February ' 378 Mareft , 124 April " ■! 210 > May ■ 58 June , ' ! 47 July ' " 60 _ August 141 September 96' October 261 Norembwr . 107- • December 48 ITdttftl (for the yh'hr • 1606 Th« yearly avcTage'ia 22'inches.

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

BIDDON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Schilling, of Clin ton,' South Australia, are on a vis.t' to their people, Mr. and Mrs.• C. l'\ Semmler, of Hiis'de. In convsr sation with Mr. Schilling,- ho "'nfovni 0(1 us that they fared a J'ttle battur las; y<2ar then we did here as far_as tho-season was concerned, but pnly in parls^was.it a bit bettei-. "Many di's •tricts.wc^e similar to here'and crops: were only light. ; . • • Mr. and Mrs.': Schilling intend stay?-, 'ng a few weeks. Rev.: Fa'.her Cusack, one of the most - popular priests of the Bathurat Diocese, saiid' farewell to his parVn ioners at Coonamble.on Sunday and informed them that his Lordship, B'i sliop Norton, had another appoint ment for Him. Pr'or to going to Cc onamble .Father Cusack was station ed at Dubbo, where he made hims,slf deservedly popular. H left Coonamble on . Sunday by car, carrying with him the bes;. wishes of the community. "Biboohra" writes: "Well.: I. will loll: you the reason why. I have such a.-torri,ble s...

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

-■» ■ romancc In business! A few years . U*c.; o young man arrived in Austrnllo. He had one nsnel and little money. This «_et was knowledge* He had spent twenty SC..M in tha pair.t manufacturing trade in l-itgiand. Soon after arrival in this c..nniry he bccame associated with two S^ung who had the economic vision vt ainnll profits mid quick turnovers. friends advised them not to apply these nnnclplcs to the paint trade. They argued MatIt was different from foodstuffs and Vv* «??r£ ?Ws* Ar^umc«t wns uielean. lUc paint-business was started, but only III a •i^nll way. The price was a revels . tion fur first-grade paint. Sympathy was about the only thing tenderer! to the enterprisers. The best of pals expectcd failure. Nothing but a crash Ji2,..nn,t,c}patcd- J nat "inevitable*' dldnt happen. 'Despite all criticism. litiFton § Paint sold and sold. Within six months it had been used in practically every town in Victoria Within a rear buyer, hod ordered from all South Wales. In three years...

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

H. A. Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS. ,185 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY.) NEXT.VISIV , At the Royal Ho'.el, GIIiGANDKA, 'TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18,' ftrom a.m. to 3 p.m. • The (inn has been visiting this town reiiulnrly for 30 yenvs. S47 E©GS in April, from 25 Birds This is lhe number of eggs that a poultry owner using "Karswood" got in April last. In May the number was 531; June, 549. If ever there was inducement -for poultry owners to use "Karswood," ' .surely a rccord like this is it. Here is the testimonial:— "J have been feeding Karswood for the last three months, and . 3m giving you the remits as follows-. A pen of 25 V/.L. last ■ ■'■August chicks laid— - March, 518 eggs; . April, 547 ; May, 521; June, 549; July, 553, which speaks for itself." (Sgd.) IP. A. LAWRENCE, Scuth Milton St., Macleay, Queensland. gfARSWOOD .POULTRY SPICE Docs not f o r c c o r i n i u r c i o w I f 0Time to Act ® DON'T WAIT FOR THE FINAL STAGES OF KIDNEY ILLNESS. Occasional attacks of backache, Irregular urination...

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