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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
wood yard; All orders promptly attended to and delivered. Supplied to any length at . shortest notice. ■ GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial • Solicited. j. w. hawkins, Munncll St., Gulargambone. P.O. Box 30. Phone 110. just arrived. GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality finest. Full stock re cords, pianola rolls, H.M.V. Portable and other models. Golfing Material on hand. Famous Kro-Flito Golf Balls. Hairdressing Saloon. Billiards. ryan brothers BOURBAH STREET, ' GULARGAMBONE. gulargambone H. AUSTIN Builder, Contractor and ■ Renovator. Who has completed the structural alterations and renovations of the Im .perial. Hotel, Gilgandra, is available for other contracts, and also is pre pared to supply Plans and Estimates. Address: Tattersall's Hotel v GILGANDRA. Phone 38. DUBBO SPORTS DEPOT. TALBRAGAR ST., DUBBO. " Phone 630. Cricket Material A Large Stock of.Bate, Balls, Mats, otc., on hand at City Prices. Tennis Re-Stringing and Repairs a Speciality. All work guaran...
HAPPY MARRIAGES BISHOP'S WARNING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
HAPPY MARRIAGES BISHOP'S /WARNING "There is only one l'cci'pcvfor a ::i]ipy mrrr'ags. It Is not necessary that husband and wife should possess prccise" y similar temperaments —ir. I'.eod, a con.rast of personalities is •kc'rable, but he and' she must have i common fund, of interests." . Thi3 man who spoke has been hap p'ly married for 30 years. He was Dr. Guy Warman, B-'shop of Man chester, whose candid .warning aga-. '1:: dr.ngers of a conflict for vrastcry tr.tween sexes, uttered at '.ho annual confernce of the National Council of Women, has created tre mendous interest. '"Emphatically I b.elieve," he ;aid "that man and woman should know each other intimately b,afore niarriagc is contemplated—that is to say, the marriage shou'd not be the outcome of an ricqua.'(ntancesh:p confined to meetings in the company of friends or '.o occasions when both the fut ure bride and bridegroom will be on their best behaviour as i.t were. "A man must know how h':s in tended wife reacts to the> c...
BANK RATES INCREASED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
BANK RATES INCREASED The liicrenso in. batik overdraft, and depoa't rates took - effect - this week-. • - , Formerly, interest' was not allowed on fixed deposits'; for: periods "iof-.les? •tha 11 .sixVmonths, '.but;■in.^ordor ■ to ten-; couraga"',deposits,"' interest: c.t1 the: rn'e of J J p.c. p.a.". w;ll;now^be-allowad on money lodged 'for three month.; Hates on six months' deposits have bevn 'ncrcased from &lt;1 to 42 por cent.-,'; whilst the 12 months rate has been increased by 1 to 5 per cent., ar.d the two gears' rates have simultane ously been increased to a minimum o£ 7 por cent., against Ci por cent, formerly, though tl',2 increase will-be iirregular, as advances are grrnted at rates of interest wlreh vary ac-.. coding to the c!ass of collateral s,ic-: urity offered and the size of custom err/ accounts. It is hoped that the increase in rates will encourage greater economy, and w'll result in a reduction in im ports, so that money may be re tained locally for develop...
RIVERINA WHEAT LANDS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
RIVERINA WHEAT LANDS Notification appears in the Go vernment "Gazette, of 17 th instant, setting ,-iapart' eleven -farm, on .Mali oil g&lt;i Estate: for. settlement .purchase. This valuable Riverina properly was: recently, ipuixhased.': by ithe. Min ister for Lands; Mrv' Ball, from Dr. 'Armstrong, if or Close -Settlement. and; should prove eminently suited:for thal purpose. Mahonga is situated about 9v'm.'!,«s from Rand railway station, and ■ '!s also within easy distancer of - Albiiry and Corowa. It. composes good graz ing and agr.'cultural lands suitable" for sheep and wheat. Considerable local enquiry has been m ad e rega.rdin g th ese; farms "and ? • a keen demand is.anticipated:; Applica-. tions will be r,see'-veby&lt; the :Crown Land Agent on^and after- Monday,-' 17th .Februarys n|ext;-:;thio3e ; lodged:-, between:, that d'ate'.;andi21si: idemvbe;.: ing deemed to ;have been-made 'simul tan-aously. Thjs;is-:the-:ftv3fcioMonri.esto.tes!ap ■ .proved:' by.Parliamen...
GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
GILGANDRA RAINFALL Appended is a table showing the monthly 'rainfall. -at... Gfigan&i^incei 1883. At our request the figures wero supplied by thb Government 'Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. ■ "'7 GiLGANDRA.—-Lat., 3i deg. 42 min. ; Long., 148 deg. dl.min.. ,i ear.|"Jan | X''eb | Mch | Apl | My | Jun Jly | Aug |~Sep | Uct | Mov | Dec | Tot" 1883 — • v— ? 145. 48 19 154 37 30 50 05 302 72 266 235 72 91 318' 121 1 100 119 48 274 31 2U 95 128 21 .5 701 304 176 •337 508 04 |:427 439 435 171 44 248 i51 009 53 49 379 40 0 103 74 34 0 168 120 108 307 483 540 361 90 230 110 .300 738 516 499 376 459 125 373 707 140 355 285 103 364 354 332 321 225 70 55 118 303 148 167 92 347 279 108 384 267 550 284 255 250 121 221 209 840 560 80 266 128 101 170 500 50 11 43 125 123 45 78 178 09 099 123 130 3G8 1/3 158 127 42 200 05 91 , 0 130 273 404 155 303 •082 359 0 0 120 317 40 250 75 :194 143 80 229 14 216 115 234 294 228: 49 493 204 205 238 •178 23 120 101 0 282 285 279 92 80 310 49 19...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
BOXING BOXING AT GILGANDRA GEORGE CUTTS v (GILGANDRA) ADRIAN LUBBE (SYDNEY) 10 TWO MINUTE ROUNDS SATUR., FEBRUARY 1 PRELIMINARIES: •L. McKenzie v Sid Sktaner T. Walker v J. Spittles Les. TrudgettvE. Dumbrell PRICES TO ALL PARTS 3/' CRYSTAL PALATE) 'ICTURES This Saturday— JACK HOLTi in Zane Grey's Novel SUNSET PASS ■I—and— . WILLIAM HAINES in THE DUK£ STEPS OUT Monday— \ N. B. -wUrNER in THE NAUGHTY DUCHESS —and— LEATRICEl JOY in HONOR ABOVE ALL ALSO FIRST EPISfflDE OF THE SERIAI BLAKE OF SCbTLAND YARD\ WEDNK.'JDAY— KEN MAYNARD\in THE ROYAL RIpER .—and— REID HOWES in COME ACROSS ftQBERT DICKIE DENTINE OF SYDNEY will visit GULARGAMBb^E FEBRUARY 8th to lofch, ICOMMODATION AccommodatJ&Hs^or Two Teachers at HOLY CROSS Hmi£E. Diagon al", y opposite school. LAND AVAILABLE TWO CROWN LEASES,;near \Val ctt—4200 acres each. Applications prepared— A. TOWNSEND & SON, Land Agents.
NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. EXCURSION TO SYDNEY AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
MEW- SOUTH WALES GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. • / EXCURSION TO SYDNEY AND . INTERMEDIATE STATIONS . ' Excursion Tickets at Single Fare ■ "v "o.• Double Journey (nvnimum '.ates i/O.'I'li'irst-relass and 5/lCd, Secoiul class) will be :esued at GltGANDRA' .v Sydney and inienr.ed&lt;"at;£}s!atBrio r>« ••!y.,v.t,i'ain leaving . GIIiGANDRA i t- .• 3.30s p. m., on THURSDAY-, -1 3 h FEBRUARY, 1930. ). Those tickets will have a coupon attached^ which is- not ava lable for . • travelwhen ^returning unles3 re-dat- . ad;. and coupon-must be presented within: .the' period of ^availability at che^ station named thereon (or an intermed ate station) for that pur pose. . - Tickets issued fo'r. distances up to JOO miles will be available for re turn .within 42 days, those issued for . distances over^00 miles will be avail- . able for return within 42 days—day of;, issue excluded. : Excursionists will only be allowed . • to "return by trains shown on hana- j hills. For full part'nulars as to times...
COBBORA SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
COBBORA SHIRE The folowing matters were dealt .with at the last meeting of; the Cob bora Shire Council:— . .. : A letter applying from V. E. Meers for payment of £10 for work alleg ed to have been done in connection wiiii eradication of rabbits on Bow den's Hill.—The money was. passed for payment. A letter from the Mendooran Pro gress Association, asking - Council to ;hold a spec'al meeting at- Mendoo;'iin ■In February, and advising- that the;! right hand of friendship wiil be ex tended, and'that an opportunity wiii be- g'v?n the people, of i tha;--locahty. to ■ meet ..councillors; . The1 fol'ow'ng matto.rs.-w:!! .be 'brought-before the meeting: / -.Street Lighting,- Washa ways 'in the main str.eet, Crossings -Dra'.nagcs and Guttering,-and £50 re quired-to improve road to Elong.— .Held* over- until ncx: meeting. A jotter from the Misndooran^P/o-. gross .. Association drawing Council's attention .to growth of nox'ous weeds around - M-endooran, and asking for :a hention.—£30.ha been g...
FORD v EXPRESS Thrilling Chase With Mails [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
FORD v EXPRESS o. . v Thrilling. Chass With Mails Worthy of an exciting mov!'(e was the performance of a Ford'Van a | f«w days ago, in chasing a fast o* I press tititi. v , ' The English mail which has just I left Fremantle for Gneat'Britali cai ued bags from Tasmania, which ar rived in Melbourne too late to be paced on -the last train to Perth I The steamer from Tasmania was held up by rough weather and did not reach Melbourne unVil hall past five o'clock. The Overland Express wliie> should have carried the letters,.-e . Me'bourne at five o'clock. The os al Department decided-to send a motor van to meet the ship at the I wharf, take the English mails, and overtake .the Express on its way -J Adelaide. One of ,their fleet of new. Ford vans was put to this task. After giving the express hal hour's start, the-van met it at the first,stop—Ballarai—a distance or.. lesss thftii 80 ■miles. ^ . . .... - The speed- of the Ford lias been a common tope of convention smco its "introduction, ...
SECOND DAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
SECOND DAY FLYING HANDICAP of £25. 6 fur. | Su Su Band 7.4 (Pennoll) 1 j Green Horn- 10.4- (Wrigley) • 2 : Bombay 7. D (Re:d) .■ , 3 .-/••Only starters. • Betting-:'/Evens ■ Green ■ Horn,. Oto 4 Su Su Band, 3/1 Bombay. ■ Green Horn made all: the e'ai'ly running and. was: in^the' lead' com:',Tig around rhe turn, but under: the whip ^coming1 up the straight1 faded' out and-Su Su Band won easily. Time, 1.20. ASI-IBURN TRIAL PLATE, of £ 10. 6 furlongs. ICap'ti 7.2 (Lloyd) . . 1 Sly Lad 7.2 (Williams) 2 Rose Malt 8.10 (Reid).- . 3 Lady'Fortafix also started.. • Batting: 0/4 Sly Lad and'Kapi.i; 3/1 Rose Malt and Lady Fortafix ; v Time, 1.20., ^ TONDERBURINE ' HANDICAP,, of £20. G furlongs. Sir Ila.-y 8.6 (Pennell) " 1 Coonanbah 8.9 (Ishenvood)"" 2 Cool Steel 8^7 (Wrigley) 3 Other ■ starterse:Worthy B vend a, Quanalda, Ilocal'st, Belting: 2/1- Sir Harry, Even? Quanalda.' S'r Harry nev=r lefl; the resu'.t in doubt, -and .taking the lead -fronv? the* tunV for liome, won-easing up . • ••■■■- ...
BOY RIFLEMAN Wins at Orange Shoot Keith Campbell's Success [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
BQYi RIFLEMAN ;'^Viriis- at Orange Shoot - Keith1 Campbell's Success Tbc nios: successful shootsr, at he Orange New Year's shoot • was: ycu:%g Keith Campbell, son of Ssr goant and Mrs. Campbell,, of Gilgan-. :d.'a .■ Th.:s lad is only 14 years of age** y.oi won the Ophir^and the Lynd ^hurst . Aggregate and: ran second .in. the Lucknow. Several Gilgandra -.'fla ,mon competed at the meeting,- tha scores being:— C SERIES . The 0phir X300 yards) —K..; Camp-: bell 37) £2;R.Van. Heuchclum, 3'1, W. S. Marchant 33, Ay McCLure 33,' 5/- each. . . ^ i . TheLucltriow,. (500 yards)— K.: Campbsll, 39, £1/15/0; W: N. Mer chant.35, Rv Van Heuchelum 3-1, 5/— each." ' Lyndhurst Aggregate— K. Camp boll 7G, £2/10/0 and gold medal; W.' A . Marchant 68,'R. Van Heuehe lunv 68j-;Js.-}.-.W41son- 67, A. McClure 66, 10/- each. ■ ' B SERIES The Bell (300 yards)—W. Mar rchant '44,- J. -Wilson 43, 5/- each. : The Gogan—W .' Marchant 38, A. McClurs 37, 10/- each. 0torus 8.7- (Quinn) 3 Olhov :starter^: Roman ''Ora...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
, «usv:iiauiJiHiiu]QiiiaHi!iu!ji£uuiiiiiiu&lt;i:iii9wiwiiuBcwiai^ SUDDEN DEATH OF JOHN MUDFORD At 10 a.m. this morning. John Mudford, an old resident of the dis trict, was found dead in the garden at h'te residence, Breelong, the; cause of /death being heart' failure. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning. H. A. Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS . 3S5 G EOIIG U: STlih'lS'J', SYDNEY. The firm has visited this ,town regu lariv for 30 years. ■ ' i Watch this spncc or-write for date >f ni>xl visit. . QUEENSLAND LAND BALLOTS. WE HAVE PULL PARTICULARS OF. ALL AVAILABLE COUNTRY IN QUEENSLAND. APPLICATIONS COMPLETED. CHRISTIE BROS. GILGANDRA,
THE BENSLEY FUND Closing In Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
THE BENSLEY FUND Closing In Two Weeks ; - -.With over. 3670 in hand -/the fund recently s'.ar ed to provide for.: the ch!l:!r;n of the late ReV. Bensley, who .was -k/led in- a motor accident necr, Eumuhgcria, will definitely close on-February 15. As- a result of the accident'Mrs. -Bensley had bean , in hosp'tal .until .a few weeks prior to Xmas, bu. she- recov-cr.ed. sufficiently (:o enable/heivto-return-to her sisters residence," ;where 'she reoa.'.ved, £30 c2ii ihc fund ',o provJe . i for herself and her two children. The. causa is a very worthy one and those who have/not yet contributed-should. forward their donations -'to- .Jlessr?. W; A. Brown.or H. ■ CampV.sll,':when thf.v will be acknowledged through Inose columns. :■■■■■ - Those who have contributed- are M. Buxall £5 0 0 ; N. McClure - 5 '0 0 * W. A. Brown 1 1 -0 • R. Murpliv . 0 2 0 P. C. Miller 0 10 0 P. Turley \ 0 5 0 F. Munro 0 5 0 W. • Creenaunt 0 2 G J. Fleming 0 5 ■ 0 B. lloward-SmiLh 0 5 0 . M. Ileaney 0 2 0 E. II. S...
WORKS COMMITTEE VISIT (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
WORKS COMMITTEE VISIT (To The . Editor) •Sir,—If you will-permit 1110 spacr. the-, "Apparent luck of interest" by tlie''Secretary; (I should say; unofficial secrtary) ■ of. the Gilgandra and'Dis trict Progress Association. » (The last meeting of-ithis.assoc!aticn took &lt;place on ;16th October, .1928, and^: notwithstanding, the fact .that meeting notices' were forwarded to .members'? of " the executive ; commit tee on several occasions as the meet ings £d! -due ;.('ncluding 'Some of \ho gentlemen who- are now finding, the. most fault.with,my recent inactivity) it was not possible to have any fur ther meetVngs of this association duo to the want of- a quorum. . The officers by virtue of the -rules hold office for one year only. It .will b,'e seen on referring to the above'date that the President, Mr. L. D. Serisier, and myself in attend ing to any matter of interest" to" the town and district sin'ce October, 1920, have b.een doing so purely in the interests of the town .and'...
STOCK RETURNS For P.P. District [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
STOCK (RETURNS ^ For-P.P. District '• '. /•,; f. ! i | i>0 \ ': i Mr. • Buckneil, stock inspector to the Coonabarabran P . P; Board; -has I compiled The. following -figures of the, i number ' of' stock "in the-;:district.if or,, i ihe yejjr' ending' IJccember.' 3r, ;1 929,: Horses;'7,041."7; , . Cattle vi4,3'407." ) Sh,:ep 1,083,2^1'; | As a,large number of returns.have: not yet'b'ee'n re'eejvccl1, these figures: •ere shorjjof^numberaof stock in. the district! Jt ; ; .... My e£b'mate''of.stockrnot .returned) is as under:— Horses 459. Cattle 760. Sheep 121,769. v These added to numbers already re turned would total: • Horses 7,590. Cattle 15,100. Sheep 1,105,000. • Last.year's totals were: Horses 8,912 Cattle 22,653 'Sheep 1,310,369 Showing decreases as under: • Horses 1,322 •. Cattle 7,553 Sheep 205,369
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
r ,WEDDING BELLS « . -,,, ~ "° —' ; . f&lt;, p.j'r, jye,Q^&lt;aariing •r'- '* • ; »»»♦'' &lt;«*M Two of-the-oldest familiesrof-thOrP Tooraweenah district were united' on Wednesday . evening, when Nellie Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr;'and Mrs.. -David Yjeo; • of "WaKle View,": , Toorawcjenah, was married' to Darcy . , Noel, youngest son of Mr . and Mrs. A. E. II. Gai-ling,.of Tooraweenah. The ceremony w^s iperformed at St. Ambrose. Church, Gilgandra, fhe-i Rcv. Armstrong officiating.. For . the occasion. th,a church was decorated with flowers by Mesdamcs l?cei and Boon, whilst a large congre gation witnessed the cer,emony. Gowned in a beautiful ankle length : ivory georgette frock, with a bodice of silver tissue and Ivory satin shoes, he bride looked a pretty picture as she entered1 the church on the arm of her brother (Mr. A. W. Yeo) weary ing a Honoton lace veil (loaned by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. A. E. Pones,- of Penshurst) and carry'ng a bouquet of g...
HOSPITAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
HOSPITAL MEETING The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the G-.'lgandra District IJospi'.al was held on Tuesday night, there b^ing present Messrs. Str.'sier (Pi-2sident), Purdon, Tibbits, Gould, Brooks, J. Ross, Horsley and Mudie. "Apologies for' non-atcndance were rcccived from Messrs. I-Tciler Cam eron and Brown. * .^•'••'Thncresignation of Mr. C. W.. S'later from the committee, owing to leaving- the district was accepted, and-Mr. B. Boon was appointed in his place, on the motion 01 Messrs. Scrisier and Horsley. Accoun s totalling £88/15/11 were passed' for payment. ' On the motion of Missis. Ser'lsier und'Mudie it was decided- to forward; aMctter: of : sympathy to'the Curran fanv'Iy, in: the ; death of: Mrs. Cur ran,. •who was -one of the guarantorsj-of he hospital account. Ji &lt; The: secretary. was instructed toi communicate; :\/&lt;th residents in' Eum ungerie-viMendooran, ■ .Toorawcenah;* Collicvand :-Armatreei asking them T,ubm't vnamss;' of; those - ...
GULARGAMBONE RACES Lenient Wins Cup Good Racing Throughout OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
GULARGAMBONR RACES . 5>ti: Lenient Wins Cup ^Good Racing Throughout' ' OFFICIALS Pairon; Mr. Jotvn Jonc:.. . President: Mr. N.-D.^ Joncs.,^ . V.v Vice Presidents: Messrs R. C.:,Byr:K\; G.' Lemon and. N. J. Taylor.- • Committee: Messrs J. L. Ferguson, .Ay; II. Byrne, N. O. •Kingslcyi--E.^Ma-1r thes, R. N. McGill, J; P: Fdrsu. son, E. A. Munro, J. O'Brien, VV.' T. Munro, J. B. Peacock, . G t. Best. A. E. Markey, S. Ferguson, W. McEwen, W: MeCauley, M. Warnock. V' Scratching Stewards Ml% J. Hriwl'.l'K ■Clerk of Course: Mr. J. Sparks - >tlerk of Scales: Mr. E. Mathes. Timekeeper;' Mr. G. Lemon. Judge: Mr. S. R. Skuthorpe. Assistant Judge: Mr. R. N., McGili .:■■■■■ Stipendiary Steward: Mr. Ii. J. B. : Grimes. Starter and Handicapper: Mr. W. M. E. Skuthorpe. Treasurer: Ml'. S. R. Skuthorpe. Secretary: Mr. A. W. Bolger t~ ' • The Gulargambone Jockey Club has become noted for its splendid race, meetings and the Anniversary; v meeting fclv's year was no.exceuV; "^rJfi.- .Perviously fix...
BOWLS COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
BOWLS COMPETITION ; t'Tho^Gilgandi'a Bowling -Club - is conducting a handicap doubles and ' singles competition, and-already sev-. oral .pairs: have played1;--The' 'draw "'id handicaps for - the events' are:—• ■ SINGLES " f , Cameron (0) v Kembcr (C>). II. J. 1 Nelson (8) v. R. Van Ilcuckelum . Ilorsley (4) v Campbell (8) - ^Corpwa'l (8) v Hifcchcn (8). Hutton (C) v Middleton (8). Fleming (4) v Seris'er (4). Cottee (scr.)' v G. Nelson (4) •Wark ,(4) v White. (4). Mumo (2) v Leake (4). .Campiing (2)"v Boon (scr.). Glover (8)- v Lewis .(4). " DOUBLES Leake and Gloyfr (6) v Boon Jind Hutton (3). , Cottee/and Horsloy (2) v Kember; and Lewis (5) H''tch,sn and Campling- (0) v SVavk and Munro (3). It .Van HeuchoJum and .G. ^eLson (!)). bye. .CrjneroJi and R. J. Nelson (7) byo.t Flenr'ng and'-'Wh.«te (4) bye. Serisier.and Cornwall (6) byo.; " \CampbeU and Buckley (8) bye.
ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930
engagement'-* : ,>;;Tho engagementa is 'announced of Miss ;Dor.2en'4Vheailey,; eldest daugh ter of Mr. aml.-Mi's. Aub.ey Wheat Icy,..'of "Mulgurlher.'e," Ootha, to, •Mr; .rJohnj-IIftGavel,-youngest- sou of Mr." and MrSl.J.' T. Gave1, of "Gul .iVo''i;:Stationi,;;*Gokndoboliiv, and "Okaiv ita," NorttnvoodJ'Sydney. "An 'argument- between Aldermen Leonard' and' thee'ectrical engineer, Mr. J; Ro.b.rrtson, at the last meot'ng; of the Yass Council resulted in blosvs being struck. Aid. Leonard' was ;op-' posl'ng the proposed purchase of . an-i otli.31- truck for the electricity depart-: ment, and said thai the present truck hat! been 'run and bumped about." Rushing towards Aid. Leonard, ;;thc; engineer shouted, "You are a liar," and then blows were exchanged. They were separated, and the engin eer loft the chamber, bu1'; a few min utes later he returned and said, "! am through with the lot of you."-At the conclusion of the meeting, th.e engineer, with his coaf. off. invited Aid. Leonard ...