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RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION, Mrs. Marsland, Downie St., Dungog Mts. Burrell, 64 Corlot':® St.,-Cook'a Hill. Mrs. E. A. Smith, Russell St, Woon- ' ona. Mrs. Miller, 1 Coinbr St., Paddingtcu ■ Mrs. Wirrell, Garrong Rd., Lakcmbo. Mrs. Roy, 70a Alfred St., Mascot.. Mrs. J. J. Hannon, Forest Road, : Peakhirct. Mrs. Moore, 11G Mort's Rd., Mort dale. • \ - Mrs. Wilson, 'Scott St., Newcastle. . v Mrs. Sloane, »Hillcrest St., Wollon gong. Mrs. Halford, 51 Andreas Street, Petersham. Mrs. .P.. AValtisbuhi, 7; Smith Stroet,' Mayfield. ' Mrs. Guy, 45 William : St., Tighe's Hill. E. Woods, • 134 Chapel St.-, Marriek ville."- '■ ' 4 Mrs. • C:?Booth,vDudley St., Eosemont.. Mrs. Dudley, Bank's Terrace Street, Botany. ' Mrs. C. Smith, .12 ^Newcastle Stceely Stockton.' Mrs. Black,-;32 View St./Annandsle Mrs. Furey, Crown St., S'rockton Mrs. Bj-ahanv Flinders Street, V/r,l longong.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GULARGAMBONE SUPPORT Criticism From Race Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

GULARGAMBONE SUPPORT ———:o: — Criticism From Race Club •At the last meeting of the' Gilgaii dra Jockey Club the President (Mr. E. Townsend) referring to the finan cial result of the Boxing Day meet ing, said the absence of Gulargam bone residents was very noticeable. He condemned the action of the Gular gambone people in supporting a day's sports-at Box Ridge in opposi tion lo the Gilgandra races, which' was.an annual fixture. Neighbour ing towns, should be careful in or ganising opposition fixtures for he felt sure that a number of Gilgandra residents did not attend the Gular gambone races for that very reason. jVlr. R. O'Neill (secretary) s.iid Gilgandra residents supported iho Gularganibonc races much better than Gulargambone people did the Gilgan dra races. * : Mr. A. • J. Habgood said there were over 40 people from Gilgandra at the Gulargambone races, and if it had hot- been"'lor those the attend ance would, have been pretty poor.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ADVANCES TO SETTLERS' ACT IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

ADVANCES TO SETTLERS' ACT IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS Farmers are requested to note ilia': when they go to their Bank for financial assistance under the Advances to Sottlers (Government Guarantee) Act, they should come with the following information pro perly prepared, in writing:— The purposes in detail for which 'the advance is Required. Anticipated payments and' pur chases for the year 1930. Details of all improvements af> fected on their properties, and the values of such improvements. Particulars pf insurances affected on such improvements. Particulars of mortgages or debts on land, stock, plant and crops. Detailed list of stock and plant, together with values. Details of all debts incurred, in cluding amounts not yet due. The iotal gross return from pro perty for 1929. State the source ' of such revenue, including area under crop, number of stock car ried, etc. By having this information clear, ly set out when they come to the Bank, settlers will' be materially assisting th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BENSLEY FUND Closing On Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

BENSLEYFUND . .. Closing On Saturday ■'..Those whti have not yet subscribed., to the- Bensloy Fund are reminded | that it will dciinitoly close, on Satin*- J day next, and those who hive p*c- I mised donations arc rcquostod Vovfoi'" j \v:axl -fame lo the -Ircusuroiy. •• The | final list will appear in Mond-.iv's , iiuo;' -Those: wlio • have . vontvibuled ninco last issue arc:— ~ I •Mr."and Mrs. II; C. Howard 1 0 0;, A. W. - Woods " , 10 0

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE LAND ACT IMPORTANT AMEND MENTS Statement by Mr. Buttenshaw [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

THE LAND ACT | IMPORTANT AMEND MENTS Statement by Mr. Buttenshaw At the meeting of 'the Wyalong District Council of1 'the Farmers and Settlsrs'Association, held at West Wyalong, the Hon. E. A. Buttenshaw, Minister for Works, informed Che meeting of some very important amendments of the Land Act, now before Parliament. He : said: ' • "The amendments will give the owners of Homestead Farms, .Home stead -Selectors and Crown Leases; I the right : to .conversion -of the area I originally acquired, irrespective of j home maintenance limitat'ons; In all cases, .where re-appraisement has I taken place and the home mainten ance defined leaving a portion nor> convertible, this will now be accepted for conversion at the original cap'tal value withoui going to the Lard Board, The suction of-the Lands Act which gave the Minister power to have;.the, capital value of II.P., U.S. and C.L. re-appraisod,including s*e.. 188A, has been repealed. "After the pass'ng of these amend ments of 1929, any p...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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UNFAIRNESS OF THE PROCEDURE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

UNFAIRNESS OF THE PRO CEDURE ; A host of witnesses wove present for. the second t'me to testify as to Sow den's innocence,- including' Messrs. E. V . Hole (Chairman of the Ooonanible P\P'. - Board), J. - Grady (manager of Go'drobrough Mort an;l Co., Goon niviblu and a member .0'. tho Coon a.mblp P.P. Board), li; .\y. J3iickne!! (Stock - Inspector- to the: Coonabara •brnnsP.P vsBonrd); A. Stevenson. J, J.^Kohi-vCa''nioinbervof-Uic C-iona- . tarnbran IJ.P. Board), "A. Tbhotl, ' G .;, Featherstonaugh, K. .N. McGili, ! and. many other prominent graziers. I As- a;:result Mi": Sowden: has been 1 IHV'r -; to • considerable ■ expense - and j worry over: a matter that should nave | been cleared up in a few weeka, Had ho secured the services of a Sydney barrister (as one may probably do on such a serious charge) the ex pense would have been enormous, and he is_in the unfortunate ')os!tion of not being able to secura a Penny •towards the expense ho has boon sub jected to. The procedure -hich a...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SHEEP CASE AT GULAR Charge Against District Grazier Withdrawn "A Decent Man" Says Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

SHEEP CASE AT GULAR ! ■ . . ; | Charge Against District Grazier Withdrawn A Decent Man" Says ' Prosecution. .For the past live months a charge of ;h:iv'ng a ram in his possesion, voa sonably'. suspected : of .having been stolen, has been -hanging over the herd of lOlrji'once ■ Sow|;len, a well known Gulargambone grazioi1, and it was . not until Tuesday that finality was reached in what is regarded bj' those in a position to judge as one of the most unfair charges over lev elled against a landowner. The Avhola d'strict i's indignant, at the treatment meted out to Snowden—-a returned r.oldier who loft a. leg on'."the other side, and ono of the most highly re spected residents of the district. a):d we understand that a strong protest is to bo made to the department. Th!s is certain; the Cooriabarabi'an •11.S.League: intend1 to. "take the .mat-, ter up. On Mr. Sowdens behalf . . In September of last year Sergeant Small, of the Metropolitan Poj!ce, and formerly of Coll'e, visited "Clare ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET BERIDA v. APPLETREE FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

CRICKET BERJDA v. APPtETREE FLAT • On Sunday Inst Apple reo. Flat cricketers payed Bor'da on thi-li ter's wicket, and were beaten by dO nuts on tho first innings. AppletrCe Flat battel first,:, and made 47 • befov« the firs'- wicket "fell, the opening'bats men beiiifr P. and ,T. Cox, who maile 2S and 24 respectivelyThe*top seov w was J. Christie-with 38j and the only other man to reach the twenties n-as K. McICeehnic: w^'th 21. B. CHsholm and L. Murray shared the bowling honors, and also worthy of mention is K. Ohisliolni'stwo wickets for 10 tuns. For Berida top scorer wa< A. O. Mf'Cutchcoii v/ith (55, whi'st K. Chisholm ; 10, B . Clvishalm 35, md L. Murray 31: retired, were next bo-:t. T(. Marchant d'd best with 11)0 ball, taking- four for thirty two. Knell side batted twelve mon. Scores:— - '. APPLETREE FLAT | P. Cox, c C. Collision; .b ii: Murray 2,4 i J. Cox., c L. Murray, b K. Chis holm ' ' 24 R. AlcKe.chmo c L. 'Murray, b B. Chisholm 21 ■T.. Worrell, b IC. Chisholm ...

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TAKE STOCK OF YOURSELF [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

TAKE STOCK OF YOUR SELF ID'd you ever deliberately dccido to break yourself of a habit, and friic coed in doing so? 2 Do you control your temper and not fly off the handle when things go wrong? 3 Arc you usually cheerful and free from grouchy spells? 4 Do you think for yourself and not let the opinions of others un duly influence you? 5 Do you keep you head in an. em ergency? • G Do you remain calm when your own mistakes are pointed out to you? 7 Do your men respect you and co operate wxh you? 8 Can you maintain discipline.with out often resorting.to use of author ity? w£Sgj 9 Have you ever been selected to take charge, of a group of dissatis fied men because of your ability to handle them?. 10 Can you adjust a difficulty zuid still retainrthc friendship of the p'.iv son with whom you have differed? 11 Can you get men under you to do things without irritation and'caus ing them to be resentful of your authority? i ' '' • »' 12 Are you patient when dealing with people who are hard; to...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

PERSONAL A passenger^ by Monday's: train 'was Mrs. .Harold Bricn, who -is going on a vacation. " Mr. and Mi's. A. W. Armstrong spent a few days - in Gulargambcno recently, and-were the guests of; Mr. and Mrs. T. 'Blackman, Coonamblc Street. . - ; After spending his annual leave, Mr. G; L\ Shumack has returned duties of local post' master. During his absence Mr. Cousins relieved. . En route to- LoutH,'where lie has been appointed post master, Mr. Phil Bourko left by car . on Wednesday night. -The good wishes-of- all Gular ganibone residents go w.'th him, and we hope to' sec him one day soon. : . Mr; .Payten, of Loi'4 Howe Island, . is at present, on a holiday in Gulnv ijambone. We trust Mr. Payten's stay in ,our midst will prove enjoy able. - ■Mr.. Andrew1', Fi'azer"was.a passeng er by Monday's week train to Syd ney .. He had in his charge Mr. W. R. Ferguson's horse, Valcofix. ;Mr. Ron • Firth has' succeeded Me. r1 F. Bourke at the local post office. Mr. Firth hails from Coonamble. s...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

DIGGERS'DANCE In the BALLADORAN MEMORIAL HALL WEDNESDAY, FEBRU. 26 Proceeds in aid of Balladoran Mem orial Hall. Music By Heancy's Orchestra. Prices: Gents 3/-; Ladies 1/6 and provide. A. MONAGHAN, Hon. Secretary. HOSPITAL FAIR SATURDAY, MARCH 8th At The Crystal Palace Halt —on— STALLS, NOVELTIES AND USUAL 'ATTRACTIONS COME ONE—COME ALL HELP YOUR LOCAL HOSPITAL Gilgandra District Hospital ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION to the above are . now due and Urgently Needed. Make. payment to the. secretary. / A. R, -TOWNSEND, - V Sectfetarjr,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

i HOW T.O ABOLISH TAXES AND I UNEMPLOYMENT MR. C. HOBBS IV/iJl address a PUBLIC MEETING i in the Main ^Street, GILGANDRA, ' 011 MONDAY,' 17,he inst, at 8 ' Gulavgambone, Tuesday, 18th inst., at 8. QUESTIONS ANSWERED FURNITURE SALE !a/c. Mrs,, P. J. MacManus | COURT STREET, GILGANDRA I SATURDAY, FEBRU. 22 I at 2 p.m. SITTING /ROOM: Seagrass Music ••••'.Standi-'2 Chairs, 2 Tables, Suite 4 Chairs, Settee, 2 Easy Chairs, Walnut. Book Case and 2-1 Vols. Enclycopedia Britanica, New Tray mobile, New Kerosene Heater, Now . Carpefr 12 v 10, New Lino. DINING ROOMfSuite 4 Chairs,' 2 Easy Chairs, Couch, Tabic, Side . board, lee Chest, Singer Sewing Machine, Babys Chair, Afternoon Tea Set, Clock, New Lino, Hall -Runner. BEDROOMS: Double Oak Beef; Dou ble Wire Bed, % Bed, Wire and Kapok, Matreeses, Blankets, 'Eider down for all, Box'Otterman, 2 Duchess Chests, Wardrobes, 2 M. T. Washstands, New Linos,- Dress ing Table, Blinds, Curtains and: Rugs in all rooms. KITCHEN: Dresser, Tables, Set All, Sa...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

I IN MEMORIAM | SIIANKLIN— In loving memory , of my "dear husband, who died 13th February, 1926. I am ffljesomc here without : you Georfe^. And sad it isN|jo-day; Life is not thirNjame to mc Since you have itassed away. There :\s not a day p^ses That I do not think ofStf>u. —Inserted by his Iov.'ng wife, M. 15. Shanklin.

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LOCAL SHOW SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

LOCAL SHOW SOCIETY •- ' All interested are notified that- a ; meeting of the above society is oaing held: in Brien's Hall on Saturday;ivf . ternoon next,: at 3 p.m. The advis ability-of holding a Show in the :>ear future w.'ll be. considered, and when the office, bearers are 'elected 'this will recommended. All interested nve cordially invited to attend. * A nieeting of the Bourbah Amateur Turf Club was held recently to con sider the .advisability of holding an other meeting.- Pull details of the meeting will be given =next issue. Local racing;enthusiasts who visit ed; the Coonamble races on Tuesday and Wednesday, of last week, are re ported to have had a bad-trot financi ally. Big fields and several turns ups by dark ,'uns gave -punters no -emy task in picking 'em.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULAR GLEANINGS CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

GULAR GLEANINGS ,{•: ■ CRICKET Sport is certainly boonrng out on the Merri Mem section of the dis trict, as the cricket tearri had another Win on Sunday at the expense of the Coonamble Ramblers Second eleven. The margin in their favour was 14 runs, the scores being: Merri Mem 86, Coonamble 72. For the victors highest scores were made by Max. Donohue (24), Rowlings (17) ;»nd J, Peacock (10). The bowling honors went to Rowling—6-28. In a further inpings they scored 70 for the loss of two wickets, M. Donohue 22 not out, Rowling 14 not out, A. Donohue 22, J. Donohue 14 being the contribut ors. Main contributors to Coon amble's score were Warne (14), Home (15) and Harris (12), while Warne came to the front, in the bowl ing with the fine average of 6 for 28. The team can be well pioud of their performances this season, they ,winn-. ■ing two out of the three matches they, have played, while the /other resulted. in a tie. However, on Sunday week next ,the local F!rsf:'Graders are tak ing a ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

§ A Genuine Clearance of AND TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST LADIES' STOCKINETTE BLOOMERS, in Natural, White and Pink. To Clear 1/6 pair. LADIES' COTTON VESTS, Good Quality, Well Cut and Finished,: all sizes. Cleaving Price 1/6 each- ; ' LADIES' CREPE NIGHT;DRESSES,' Assorted' Colours. Clearing 8/3.. LADIES' CREPE AND COTTON FUJI KIMINOS, Assorted Colours, Niccly Worked. To Clear at 4/6, 5/11, 7/11, 9/11. LADIES' AND MAIDS' COTTON FUJI'PYJAMAS, in Mauve, Cream and Sky. To clear at 7/11. LADIES' AND MAIDS' CREPE PYJAMAS, Assorted Colours, Well Cut. To Cle"Br at 5/3. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CHILDREN'S LINENE FROCKS, With BLOOMERS to MATCH. Priced at 2/3, 2/6, 2/11. CHILDREN'S FIGURED CESSARINE FROCKS, Assorted Colotr:?, Guaranteed Fadeless. Clearing at 3/11 each. GIRLS' AND MAIDS' FROCKS. These are in Linenes, ;Cessarines, Tobralcos and Fujis. Priced to Clear -afc-'5/lly>9/.lly.•15/6-.---.-.>:.-ii.v LADIES' HOUSE SMOCKS. These are nicely made and well .worth inspection. S'zes S.W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

OPTICIANS '*> MAY BE CONSULTED <■ | 1. llA —: At the Royal Hotel Gil- . J gandr.'i, Tuesclhy, Fcbru- , i nry 18, from 10 a.m. to S « p.m. , ■ I i BARl^A€L©U©e j LIMITED B 385'GEORGE ST., 'SYDNEY J <pt»p. the Strand Arcade) . i Sole Distributors in N.SAV. for ® J ULTKAS1N LENSES * 1 < Have visited this town regularly fornrarly J hair a cunturv.'and arc not-conncctcd « in'business with any other ft rim of a ■ similar muue. J J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

:DOUBLE fin- SALIC. Officc. •OR SALE arid BEDDIHp £2/llh4J). ^Appl'y <T.hjs

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PASSING OF A GRAND OLD LADY Honora Curran [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

PASSING OF A GRAND OLD LADY Horiora Curran At the ripe old ago of 72 years there, passed away at rhc. Iloyal Ho tel, Gilgandra, on January 4, Hono-a Cumin, vone of the early pioneers of- the Wimmerawa district, as well as .a very old resident of .Gilgandra. Born at Mt. Gambier ^(Souih au. .tvalia) the late Mrs. Curran was the •.u^ujfwcer vol' John . Su;ton, amongst the first settlers, in that fine pastoral district, and to-day the' name, of Sut ton is linked aip with the progress of Mt; Gambier, for they still have con siderablo property interests L in that part: When the subject of this re u.rencc \vas in her: youth she- was a friend -pf ' Adam Lindsay Gordon, :he poet,-who was a, constant .visitor to her father's homestead. In those days Gordon .was a member of the mounted.police.and was stationed rd Mount Gambier; and to-day: the Our ran family still-i retain' many senti mental souvenirs received from Cor don .' It may not be out of place to here: ment:on that after two: years in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

WALLETLOST LOST i;i Giteandra a Wallcit-Noi-i Book cor.tainingvisefiil informalic.:i o the owner and oth^r private papers, iteward on returning w^This Off'cc.

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