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BOWLS COMPETITION Exciting Finishes [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
BOWLS COMPETITION - Exciting Finishes ' The collide.itions commenced' by. the J rigwicra. Bowl ng C.-ub "re-.rmldng -:a' r,factory progress und in the sin gtes play- is ■ entering on - the' third •I'Hnd^whe.'o some very exc'linc; fin :hcs'avei taking place. -Play is 2J Lip:.«nil- in-soYoral ctises_ there;has.only, .vc:i one and .two poin s ssparalinjj •l.o two players, which' s 'jor^iin'.y jo'cd handicapping .•Gordon: . Nelson; is displaying good • form &lt;uh! . has sl.eacly th ce v ctoi cs to his ciedit v::J hs arpcars to have a v:ry 'good :!ancj of annexirg the single.', (n the. doubles . play; has . no: • proceeded: i'(.ry:: far - and the winners arss impos-. ;ilile to pick at the presort stage. The results to date are: — SINGLES R J Nl:on 21 beat Van Iletu kr uni l'J." . ' 1* Cornwall 21 IfM1 J. II Ilitch "ii 14. , J. It. Middlelon 21*beat H. Hut .0:1 20. , -' • 1 L. D\- Seri&Ler 21 beat J .Fleming G. Ncko'i 21 heat B. Cottee IS. \V." White' 2L Went AV. Wark 20....
BOWLING CLUB Rules Adopted [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
BOWLING CLUB Rules Adopted At a meeting of the committee of: •llie. Gilgandra Bowling Club, held an Wednesday night at which the Pre sident (Mr; L. Serisier) .presided. Uie i financial .statement' showed that •the club, has -a paid up membership, of 49,- and 'from: the. bank overdraft, 'of £100 the club has used £81/17/0. The resignation of Mr. P. J. Mac iumuiis, as : a-committeeman;': due . lo lus departure .from the district, .vis (ccepted with regret. Itules were submitted /andtapprov td_ and wilh be; placed; before-acsen-:., oral meeting of members' tov be ^held" on Fubiuary 19. .The .fact.tbatva.- suffici erit supply -of water, is not always " available :• from the shire , tanks,.,was mentioned ; by members- of the..- green committee,' and it was suggested the well should be deepened. • Jt .was decided on the: : motion of- Messrs; Campling ard Boon' that the Shire Council be ask- ■ ed to ; do something to increase tho; supply. 'Speaking; on the amotion, • Mr.;; Ser- . J.sier sa...
KITCHEN TEA TO MISS BEASLEY Hockey Secretary Honored [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
KITCHEN TEA TO MISS BEASLEY / OXO * ' - Hockey Secretary- Honored : A largo number of ■ tho-.-youngev, folk of Gilgandra assembled Vat" the A. B. G: Cafe-, on Thursday jught-.-Jast to" do / honor., to- Miss Jean;; Beasley, prior to her ;marriage to - Jack Hacker.: The guest of the ..evening has been the . mainstay of theulocal hockey/girls, having acted as ^secret-., ary for some t'me. c Dancing, .was chiefly indulged /'viu to music supplied by/Mr-.. M. 1-Ieaney, and during':a. break in the programme oppoi'.unity, was /taken by Mi\ H. Campbell ■ to refer to the many fjood. qualities , of Miss /Beasley, whovhad earned tha esteem - and1 respect of ,-a large circle of .' friends by her, good conduct. Although -deprived of -a; mo ther's love and care when of tender veai's sh" had displayed great strength ifv character in leading an exempl ary life.'It was mainly due to her interest and work . tha£ the hockey :lub had such a successful sason, the recent carnival be'ng entirely duo to ner...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
WEDDING BELLS ; :x: _,t' Parslow—Ward A quiet weddir-s \vas solem'nised.at 'JUuklah Park", oilJanuary - iStli, tfco princ'pals bsin/r Miss lilva Ward,' secoiul daughier oi Mrs. and the :iau' fill-: J..A. Ward, to i\Iv John(Par slow, oldest, son of-Mv. and - Mrs. 1 J... Parslow, of "Coonya", Balladoran. -The; Rev. Da vies was the officiating' minister. ■' The bride', who was p\ven;away by h=r. brotho:- Harry, was.gowned in tea rose'georgette andvlace^and'Wore a picture /hat of lacy\Ei:ra^and-tulle,, heiv bouquet - was .white roscn,- carna . lions and fci'ti, tied with sat:n streamers. Alias Netta Ward and Miss Joyce Parslow-jwere bridesmaids,;tlie former: wear'ng blue verepe de chene and1 liat to_ match. ' Miss Pai'slow.icliose 'lonion tjeorgeite and lemon hat. Mr. 'H. Parslow was best man, and Mr. Allan Ward groomsman , The happy con pic . left by"'"car for' Dubbo• to ;catch the■: evening .tram-ito. Orange,' and then on the-mountain-, and Sydney, wliei'e tliev honeymoon was spent. /...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
_^,&irjj^&s/uyvvS x>^r sol 8Hf; --■'t trick an ecn \ Union Super Spirit is non-detonating—it ex plodes like smokeless powder in a naval gun . . . with a progressive and sustained explosion. It thrusts the piston down with a powerful but con tinuous impulse — not a sledge-hammer blow. This means more compression, more power, greater effi ciency, and more miles to the gallon. It's truly a Super Spirit—and it's RED. T know a super spirit when i meet it, You can t tack experienced carburettor. -I know the d'rfci'cncc bctvv ordinary motor spirit and super spirit. And I know, too, that there's only one super spirit—it's red, and it comes "troni the Red, White, and Blue pump. That's Unw:~i. - "Since I've been fed with it I've felt yen:'3 you Tiger, and the engine has begun to swank like a next year'c model, Every part of the car is doing more and better work—aU cxccpt the gear selector, he's had a lazy life, On the bills where he was previ ously called into action, now h...
THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
THE MOTOR WORLD News and Notes From The N.R.M.A. : The N.R.M.A. reports that a con siderable. length tof tar surfacing:' has :been carried out on the Mid-western Highway wi:hin the Municipality of Grenfel!; and on completon of the work-at; present in hand, practically the' whole of the lrghway within ths municipality will be tar surfaced. ': •:;. A scheme to instal police boxes ,on main roads out of London each equip ped'with mechanical devices for stop-', ping, cars, is contemplated as. a mea sure to. check the enterprise of motor bandits:-^Thcre are . some/ir. exciting: prospects :on crowded: by-passes.
VICTIM OF TRAIN SMASH Has Brother at Balladoran. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
VICTIM OF TRAIN . SMASH Has Brother at Balladoran. Sir. George McGarrity, a resident of llalladoran /returned this week from' Blaxland, where he was called : to l'is brother, Joe, the victim of the railway smash 'on the mountains last Monday week. 'Mr. McGarrity states, wrili.s our Balktdoran corespondent thai hs brother is more seriously in- , jured than was al first reported, but is dirplaying wonderful pluck' in the ftu-u of his serious injuries. Besides losing his right arm, one leg is badly burnt and- the other has extensive cuts.
CRICKET HILLSIDE v ARMATREE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
mux-p &lt; ti;sx2d& w()€1s> CRICKET HILLSIDE v ARMATREE . Following arc the scores of the march j played at Avniatree against Hillside: on Sunday, . : 2nd February,' for: the-II. :JLewis and Son's Chal lenge Cup:— > : HILLSIDE—1st Innings-' D.'Rogers, b J. Cobcroft . &lt;_ 6 R.' Gr'oche, not out . '53 S. Marchant, c C. Tw'gg, b'J. Cobcroft ' 0 L. Rainer,-b J. Cobcroft 12 J. Raleigh,-c P. Lav/, b A. Macken 9 T. Ryan, b W.'Gillet 0 N. Marchan1, b W. Gillet 1 T. Andrews, runt/out 1 A. Marchant, lbw, b J." Hodgson - 8 K. Shumack, b W. Gillet ^ . 0 K. Ryan, c A. Macken, b'J. Hodg son '• , •! Sundr.'es -- 15 'Total 100 Bowling: J. Cobcroft 3-21, N. Law 0-18, W." Gillet 3-11, A. Macken 1-19, 'C. _ Twigg 0-17, J. Hodgson 2-5% ARJ^ATREE—1st Innings C. Twigg,. r.ctired ' - SI \V. Tw'gg, ibw, b Rainer ' 18 N. Law, run out 12 P. Law, c and b T. Ryan 3 T. Hodgson, c K: Shumack, b J. Raleigh |I A. Mackcn, b Raleigh :■ ■ GO H: Twigg,. c Rainer, b K. Shumack 2 W. Gille...
LIGHT FOR BOWLING CLUB Installation to be Proceeded With [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
LIGHT FOR BOWLING CLUB Installation to be Proceeded With At the meeting of the committee of the Gilgandra . Bowl'ng Glub oil Wednesday night the President (Mi'. J li. D. Serisier) in rep'y - to-;a rpies-; tion f'-'om Dr. ^Campling said;.hehad; ;i in! jrviowed Mr.' F. Brooks in re gard lo the installation of electric light on "the greens fortnight, play, an-.l : Uia J gentleman had -.agreed■ if J iiosesKary^tovpi'ocecdiiwith the-, Avoi'kv=: at once. The club had received n donation ovC two poles from M'i\ ,T. H. .'Kitchen, and two 'argc lamp re flectors from Mr. F. Munro. If the monibori had the poles ercctcd Mr Brooks cstima'.ed that the wire would only cost about• 30/-,; and. the work should :bo'-completed; at a very i nominal cost—unile-.- £ 15 . >11 was i>ro- ; po:,cd to put>two lights on the greon : and if these were no. ■uiflicicnt it •wouhL lie i possible ? to • install, jnoro I lights". On the motion of Messrs. Cot1 ee and Leake, it was decided to leave the "iivtv/al...
FOREGO STATE INCOME TAX TO ASSIST RE-STOCK THE COUNTRY IN DROUGHT-STRICKEN AREAS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
FOREGO STATE INCOME TAX TO ASSIST RE-STOCK THE COUN TRY IN* DROUGHT-STRICKEN! AREAS . .; • In a season 1 kc tho- present, with one. of' the -Ecvurest uroiijirhts ^oi\;re-' cord in west and parts of .lie north-; wort,- end with prospects! not; atj.all bright for the winter, oven should good>ra:ns.vfall t'arii' woolgi'ower (says 'Country :Lif6' :n a recent issue)vhas urgad that the State/authorities &lt;should allow s-ock ^wnors,-.who are hard hit tbyvthe :-ad7; ver,52; season, to forego -this; year's payment of Sta.e Income* Tax. Practically al the othe." primary producers, it ;s con'tendediiare receiy-; ing benefits in'some way,: -os why not the woolgrowers also. , A visi or to 'Country Life' office during the week'was.Mr. C. E. Col well'of Now Prospect,' Walgett. .lie -has -resoided there; for over .30'year's, and, having made heavy sacrifices :in the ;disastrous: .1902 drought ; and'" the 1020 flood, he regards - the- presen t drought as thsiworst in all his. experi enc...
QUALITIES IN GOOD WIVES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
QUALITIES >:IN GOOD V/IVES A' canvas of college students ' in OhioUlisclosed.that the g-:eat majority of. marriageable youngonsn required the'r ' respective wives to be first, •coodi;housc-keeper3,. next- to 'possess personality,. good health and high in tol'igince, and be willing to have children. Good- looks+ are desirable ■,vith men stud-ants,'but beauty rank low irMlie* list of requirements. The majori'y of young men said1 that the greatest'.- obstacles ■ to . matrimony, wsre' the-.:economic conditions and the 'lack of;.sufficient salary, £10 -a \veek being; considered the min'rmim income" nece'ssary' for marriage. Thir 'ty-fivo,;,per,;C2nt of- the students do .clai^d v. ithat their .--mates &lt; must - be wealthy;-,-,'.
SETTLEMENT OF WESTERN AREAS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
SETTLEMENT *OF WESTERN ' AREAS >. It&lt;is;stated,tha;:;ovcr :200 landseek •'ors..'have expressed • the *wish i-tov join ;anv:Assoc?ation~?;-which'"wajs.'«recently. .mooted i at Warren,, for the purpose ofthaving a'large-area in the. Western i JDivision, . approximately. 20,000,000 acres,, made- available v to .boriafide settlers . only, and- "free, from the 1 nqust.ing settlement." "it .was- decid .cd-5 that the organising ^secretary YMr Howard Speight) should arrange a deputation to wait :upon ;he; Minister [or Lands, with the: objcct of placing before him ;the; views -of - the Associa tion regarding ;lie.qusstion .of settle., .ment in the Western D'vision. ■ Present'-at the annual:--Provincial Conferencesofrthe Australian' Labours Party,-, heldv at- -^Taniworth-..recently,^ was Cunningham,"Feder-;. al member for Gwydir. * • The IC'ng- has approved of the ap-' pointmsnt of Sir'Philip Game, the distinguished airman-, to-ibe Governor of New South Wales, in- succession-jto...
AFTER 15 YEARS Decree Made Absolute. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
AFTER 15 YEARS : Decree Made Absolute. A 'ease wh'ch pi'obably constitules ,ii VeciK'd in ils. class was- heard- by-;Mr. (Vc.'ng-JusLicc "Maxwell ini, the^Div? oicu^Court oiuTuesday. .v.'>Sr;ia . lJaa'slow- ob a- nctlia :.decroc "ni&i against William Ba'rstow," on o.ptenibcr' L5, 3 D1 &lt;1, npon the 'find ings of a Dislr et Court, Judge ~ at ;Uubbo, whrni^herusual,, order for costs ■ vvns.'inadu'i gansv^ho respondents,and "-Jie potitio:ier v^vas» £ivon-,',the;-custody, of the child. "■ '.Bailstow submitted an affidavit to ha judge declir'ng that, Mrs. Bair 5 toy/ had never app icd'to have 'the lecrce made absolute, r . He desired that the decree be ;made fibsolute. ''And," ho added, "I.wish lo Vst marr'ed again." - ''Mr. Caden (for the.wife), opposed 1i3oppli&lt;:atJon,' on thjfg-ound that ■Bairs'ov/ had not paid tho^ costs. Mr. McDonald said that as the costs- had never' been itaxedy-Bairstow. ■\vrs unawre of what he had "to pay.' " The appl'ca ion -was ...
ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930
ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Archdeacon Boyce, grand o!d man :cf the.Anglican-Church in N.S.W.;, • and father of the Attorney-General*', ■will celebrate the 88th anniversary of h'c "birth on April G. He was born' . in ; Devon,-arrived in Australia in rl853,. and was ordained from -Moore College in 1868. The Archdeacon ; was -Anglican p'loneer in the -West,' ^and in' 1874 rode-2000-miles on horse back -over the Darling River -countey.j vile was stationed- at. Orange • from (1875 till 1881, and lias been in Syd ney ever s&lt;nco. He originated ^lie. Local-Option and Early-Closing Acts, ., and was "the pioneer, of old-age and> * invalid pensions. The Archdeacon is. *' a'so regaided as the father of the1 ■i; Empire Day movement. .Y . Denouncing prohibition at Canber ra; -Mr. Schafer employed strong words:—"If the Divine Christ were > to appear on earth to-day, atten d a - wedding, feast in this Nation's Cap-: ■ itol'iiv these days of Prohibition, and isaga'n porform the mirac...
HOSPITAL COMMITTEE No Profit From Cabaret [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930
HOSPITAL COMMITTEE No Profit From Cabaret The usual monthly meeting of ihc committee of the Gilgandra Distr.c; Hospital was held on Tuesday night, Mr. L. D. Serisier presiding. Accounts totalling £59/(5/11 werd passed for payment, wh.ist the trea surer (Mr, A. W. Brown) in his report snowed a credit bamnce of £70/11/5. Matron Gwilliam reported:— Pati ents in hospital December 31, 6 males, 1 female; admitted since .a.>t report 17 males, 10 feiuales; toial treated since last report 28 males, 11 females; in hospital January 31, 6 males, 3 females; da.ly average, 6 males, 2.7 females; out-patients, 17 males, 6 female*. Donations are ac knowledged from the foll^w.ng:— Mr. Johns, case tomatoes; Mv. Ross, flowers, fruit, vegetables, honey and plants; Mr. Har.ckel, toma:oos; Mr. C. Walkei, cakes and pastry; p. J. O'Neill, milk; Rev. and Miu Leh rnann, floweri and two vrases; Mi'.). J. Jones, pickles und jam; Mr. But ler -("Warwick"), flowers and tom atoes; Mr. E. Vaughan, sheep; cot from...
P. AND A. ASSOCIATION Result of Ballot [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930
P. AND A. ASSOCIATION •'~ Result of Ballot • .. -The 'ballot recently conducted by members of the Gilga'ndra P. and A. Association in election of vice-pre sidents and committee resulted in the following being elected in their ord er:— ■: Vice-Presidents: Messrs. K. Mc Allister, G.M'. McKellar and L. D. Serisier. Committee: Messrs. J. Johns, J. Creenaune, S .T. Jarvis, W. Bur "roll, P. P. Fallon, Ian Beveridge, B. R. Cassidy, T .Watt, W. M. Mil gate, G. M. Thomas, M. Cameron, G. C. McKellar, J. J. O'Brien, S. A. Chandler, A. It. Lummis, T. D. Markey, G. A. Semmler, E. E. Snm m'cr, ,T. B. Barling, J. Keen, T. L. Purvis, A. E. Burrell, W. G. Hayncs, I A. Lithgow, A. Pagan, A. H. N. Re'chelt, R. J. Gilmo-u', R. Irvih, J. W. Wilson, R. Van Hiiuchelum.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930
A CONVINCING TESTIMONY PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. SOLD THROUGH FLEMINGTON " FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1929 51,565 CATTLE AND 423,403 SHEEP. The Sheep Wonderfully I3enoqte(j by the Secluded Shoep Ac commodation with its SHADY TREES AND CLEAN BRINK- . INGr WATER' The Cafe . Vastly Refreshed by the Capacious S W IMMIKG • : : BATH, together, with the Spacious Feeding, Watering and Shel ter SHEDS. • All thsse Inestimable Advantages ara available by consigning -. your SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL and PRODUCE to ; . PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. Pastoral Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. CLARK Tailored Suits' are »AWrn who have their suits tailored U» order here are -assured of tho i" ultimate- in Tailoring style con .. rcLtncws. '■ •• in addition, they secure Tailoring • wvnlue that has no equal elaewher* - in J he district—a value that bo* conics more apparent after the j ; • riiit - hai been worn for a feiC I ' - • '■ TROIiillSt : We do not cut quality to meet the • v dciwnnd of n low price, bu...
P.P. BOARD INSPECTORS Gilgandra Ratepayer Complains of Unfair Treatment [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930
P.P. BOARD INSPECTORS Gilgandra Ratepayer .Com . plains of Unfair Treatment In a recent issue ivo referred .to a lvcent decision of the Coonabarn-. bran P;P. Board, in reference -to. • their Stock. Inspector and Rabbit In spector, intimating that both were,; in future to work amicably ^togojier or one; or both to resign. We have s:nce been: supplied with further de tails in ^collection with this matter arid llioy are such ns: to-: -y-.i I -cm. believe that Rabbit- Inspector Brown has' taken: too much1 up^.j b:msoll-ia. this matter and a;ter having blunder ed,' has been backed up by his. board, to the humi'.at'on and dissatisfaction of a Gilgandra atockowner. Possess ing a ; permit to travel a number of h:s shesp from Coonamble to Gilgan dra, Mr." Jack Colison, of this town, placed '.the.sheep- in charge of his drover, Mr. Arthur Beasley, who was instructed to wait further instruc tions upon arrival at Gilgandra,' as Mr. Collison was making. arrange ments to lease a grass-paddack nea...