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

RETURN THANKS Mii. an-K^Irs. IIEWSON desiic To return sincfcsc thanks to all kind •fWends for sym^atl^r in their .re cent sad bereavement and to es pecially thank Dr.. Peet.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. EUMUNGERIE v. COLTS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

CRICKET. • EUMUNGERIE v. COLTS: Th's match was played on the local ground-and the large attendcnce of' Epectaloxs weie always kept intoie? - k) ' ' 'ilc-Ai°d. All the'"guns" failed'lo get go lf*- ing with ihc'bat. The Colts had a ' .'lead of three runs on the first inn'n.'jv, i'j _ < r when Eumungerie again want :o tJii 1 "wieketo.'. The visitors ^quickly knock; ed up 108 for the los» of "five nr-n _ and dcclhred their jnmngs c'oscl in V ' " the hope of again getting the lb'-ali >i'( - _ out chcap, and w'n the contest. Wli " time was_called five of the Col > \ e H'' / ' 'out for 87—4.1ius the locals regained the Wilson Cap by the snia'l nrngin P'*"■^ of^thiee :11ns on, the first innimi . ' In view of his consistency of ate. >>"j; ft, \ ' things were expected of Ilughia Wi! % ' l'ams wi h the bs.t. Both times h" ^ ^ • failed to get sot and was out for ."> and 1 lecpoctively—the last occasi 11 being unlucky in 'cutting a ball' we'l ;n the off into his wicket....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HILLSIDE v ARMATREE Scores of match played at Hillside on Sunday, 9th February, against Armatree:—ARMATREE—1st Innings [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

HILLSIDE v ARMATREE _ Scores of • match played ' at Hiii side on Sunday, Oth.February, against Armatree:— ARMATREE—1st Innings ■\\r. Twvgg, c A. Marchant, b C. Twigg ' 26 P. Law, b T. Ryan 1 "N. Law, cN. Marchant, b Rogers 35 W MiMWI, c and b Rogers - 8 J. Connelly, b Rogers 0 /i ■ -on, c Maitland, b N. Marchant 7 II. Twign'i lbw, b T. Ryan .10. A. Richardson,-b T. Ryan _-.0 A.:Peart, c J. Ryan, b F. Ryan 2 0. Twig, c C. Marchant, b P. Ryan 6 G. Haynes, not out 0 Sundries 4 \ Total - . 09 Bowling: F. Ryan 5/11, D. Rogers 3-26, N. Marchant 1-21, C. . Twigg 1-24, A. Marchant 0-13. HILLSIDE—1st Innings C . Twigg, c P, paw, Lt A,., Macken 14 p. Buckingham, c f. Law, b N.. ■T,aw ■ >•. 7 It.-Maillnnd, b N. -Law 3 .Si; Marchant,'c:G. Tw'gg, b Mit chell , 4 ■J1);: Rogers, c Mitchell, b Mackon . 6 F. Ryan, b Macken 2 N. Mnrchant, not out 3 J. ; Ryan, sip; G. Twigg, b Mit- \ " chcll 0 "A; - Marchant/ c. Blacken, b Mitchell; 0 : G. •Mnvchant, c and b-W. Twigg 0 : Seftoil, . c ;Hayii05, b Mi...

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

WILLIAM GAFFNEY Thevo were nany expressions of ■genuine regret throughout the. Gil gandra district when it became known on Saturday last that William Gaf fney, a well-known and highly re spected local resident had breathed • his last at the D'strict Hospital, after !a short illness. For several days are - I vious very little hopes were: enter-; [. tained for his recovery,- and his re latives were communicated with: to l bs . present, but despite expert■. medi l.cal and hospital attent'on, he left the cares of this world behind him short-, ly after their arrival. Since the .departure of ^Mr. Geo<>;ye Rowley, the .deceased has,conducted the bus run to and fi-om the Gilgan dra- railway station, and until .re cently-was .interested in - the .l:very: ■stablesvat' the Imperial Hotel. . T-Ie was a also: the local impounding -of-; ficer-.'/For a .number of years hevwas :a>.icompetitor and--, sunportcv at local shows with, his: trotting stallion: V/il liani C.. who was a ver...

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

ANNUAL CONGRE^ GATtONAL MEETINGS Friday, Fetouavy 14, at 8 a.m. Sunday, Feohqary 16— Eumungerie ri a. m. . Kickabil 3 p.mN. ■ ' Gilgandra 7.30 pVm. Thursday, February 20>. at 7 p.m.: Visit of C. J, Price, M.A^Dircctor of Welfare of You'l-h Movement, Rev. F. EURFYL JONES', : Minister. FRESH FRUIT DIRECT FROM THE ORCHARD I can supply good sound . Blue Plums, suitable for Jam, Jelly or Souco,-at 6/- per 28 lb. bor on rail. Also Good Eating or Cooking Ap ples at 10/- per 56 lb. box on r«'J. , : All Freight paid alb Orange. Cash with order. Satisfaction gun?1 nnleed. Apply direct to— VIC CAMPBELL, - Pinnacle Road,' ■ Orange.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE COLLIE HALL Facts Explained (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

THE COLLIE HALL Facts Explained (To The. Editor) • Sir,—Please allow me space in your: valuable columns- to state - ihc .fac.Js. concerning the ■proposed Memorial Hall at Collie. In the first place the Returned Soldiers of Collie formed a club called the Re urned _ SoklioV Sports "Club, with the object in v'ww of raising money to build a Mi-m orial Ilall. The soldiers carricd on for a few years and raised aboi.'. '£150 ."-Through adverse seasons and conditions and some :of -the soldiers, leaving the dis'i'-'ct, nothing was done for qui.e awhile. Then anoth:-"' move was made and at a moatirg of: the, remaining few returned men, it" •Was decided to ask: the :-Country Wo men's Associatiou to assist thorn (tiiiii la Iter body be'ng.fornied in the .meau.r: I while). The C.W.A. will'ngly con rsc-nted and pledged their support : to I the Returned Soldiers' Sports Cl"b,. and later at a joint meeting of '-he_ soldiers and C.W.A. it was decided to call a public meeting. At ch's public meeting...

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

D 44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm Thai Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention To Every Lot.0 TANKS TANKS PRICES FOR TANKS 1000 GALLON, 21 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top;-2 tap, £7. §000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tops less £1/5/, and tap .o/G extra-. All Prices Casli on Delivery. Prices for other tanks or for making on Application. A. P. Walton, Gilgai^ra Phone 71. D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Cpmmission Agent . MILLEIt, ST., GILGANDI?A. ■ Agent for Rayal Insurance Co. *; A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of 'Buildings.

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

lLXERE'S a real surprise for thrifty housewives. -■•■■•Better put in your application now—All ' you have to do to gain possession is to Send so clean lids firom the tins ©S—— AU NT MARYS BAKING POWDER Don't forget this—the lids must be clean and hav* portion of original label attached. When you hav* obtained the 50 lids send them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, with your name and address. Buy Aunt Mary's Baking Powder from your grocer and save the lids—the sooner you begin the quicker you can secure this wonderful surprise packet. SAVE THE LIDS BEGIN TO-DAY GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing. Ursrent Proscriptions any hour. Day 01* Nigfht. 4RTTJT1R <5 PARROT T MPS. PHARHACEUTICAL CFTFJMTST. 'Phone 20. Millor fitrcot. Ottn-nnrtra' HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET Now is the time to get your old Sets in Order. Remember, the Amalgamated Wireless Co. give FREE SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time Do not orde...

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

BIDDON . (From Our Correspondent) Sincc writing; last t'mc, wo have hud splendid rams of 240 points la.'t month. Although most p.'aces had rather more, nevertheless it was goud. It has changed'the country;,froivr drv barren to. a beautiful green, iwid paddocks that were bare and dry, arc now covered with good feejl. What a wonderful change within a ;'ow wen Us! Ploughing, of' course,alias been pushed on with much-.v'goinv . and many a paddock has been turned'o.'er sinco\ the rain,'< or in "other words, many a thousand acres for Ilia d's trict. Some more rain is lieaded now, as the top has- dried out.: r.nd more rain would be welcome andnvould do.much towards bi'inging the grass along for tlie autumn. Miv E. McSweenej^ the local tea cher at" Biddon, returned from Syd n",v last Monday. 3r,d -:nst., and seems .to be fi:. for plenty of work after spending the Xmas holidays in Syd ney,. . > :" .-I On Sunday, 2nd February, the us ual harvest festival took place hero. The lit...

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TROUBLE WITH WOOL A Yellow Discolouration [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

TROUBLE WITH WOOL A Yellow: Discolouration The following veterinary article on the yellow discolouration of woo! has been written by the District Vet erinary Officer at Orange and wor warded to "The Week'y" office by Mr. C. G. Fielon, Dubbo Stock In spector:— During the past few weeks there, have been submitted to the Glenfield Veterinary Research Station -several samples of wool showing' a d'stinct yellowish discolouration. Further in some cases sheep have, on the same property at times, been found to ex hibit either ye'low or green discolour ation and in odd cases both discol ourat'ons have been seen in the same fleece. ; The discolouration seems to occur much more commonly in the dense fine wooled merino sheen on" the T.->«M<inds. Bacteriological exanrinaitons have shown that this yeTlow wool is asso ciated with the presence of a yellow pigment producing' micro- organism —a bacillus. It. wo.uld seem, therefore," that the yellow discolouration is produced un-. der .m...

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OVERLAND FROM ADELAIDE TO PERTH Petrol Supplies En Route [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

OVERLAND FROM ADELAIDE TO PERTH Petrol Supplies En Route . '.In response to several inquiries rogarding petrol supplies from in tending overlanders oil the Adelaids • Perth route, the Shell Company ad vises that supplies of its products' are available at various po:nts men tioned below. The figures in brackets denote the number of miles the fill ing station is from the one before. Via Yardea Sands—1,750 miles Adelaide: Port Augusta (200), V/.'r ruTa (228), Ceduna (54), Penong, (47), Fowler's Bay (42), Eucla (253), Madura (11G), Bulladouia (210), Norseman (148), Coolgardic (10G), Southern Cross (110), Mcr riden (68), Perth (1G2). .Ceduna may be reached via Streaky Bay. By taking this route the total distance become 1,874 miles:—• % - Adelaide: Port Augusta (200), Cowell (104), Cleve (2G), Port El liston (105), Port Kenny (40), Streaky Bay (30), Ceduna (92). The route from Ceduna is as givan above. Overlanders are advised to carry reserve supplies of petrol and oil, alpo radiator and ...

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

New Year SPECIALS THAT WILL APEAL TO ALL IN THESE LEAN TIMES. REAL MONEY SAVERS WHILE they LAST, AS THERE IS ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY OF EACH. 38 inch LINENE, all shades, 1/-yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, Pink, Helio Saxe, > 38 inch, 9£d. yard. JAP CREPES, all shades 6£d. yard 36 inch PURE LONGCLOTH, 9 yard. COTTON FUJI, Fast Colours, 1/1 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 54" 1/-, 72" 1/9, 80" 2/6. WHITE TURKISH TOWELING, 22" 1/3, 1/6 yd. TOWELS. Buy now before affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to 3/-. ;, BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN C L OT H, l/4i yard. NATURAL FUJI SILK. Special 1/10 yard. GOOD QUALITY PILLOW SLIPS, 1/- each. OSMAN PILLOW SLIPS, 1/6 each. MOSQUITO NET, 100" 2/-yard. OSENABERG. Special 1/1 yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR Cbe Rome of Values Specials AT ar A J HABGOOD PLUMBER & GALVAN1SD IRON WORKER - Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross Windmills,' and all other Goods of that Company's ."Manufacture. Always In Stock — No Waiting • Wi...

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

GILGANDRA RAINFALL Appended is a table showing the 1883. At our request the figures Meteorologist, and are therefore cor GILQANDKA,—Lat.. 31 deg. 42 m 1 ear Nan j l-'eb | Mch | Apl | My.| Jun 1883 _ 1884 30 50 18S5 318 121 1886 128 21 1587 4Z7 4dU 1888 49 379 1889 120 108 l'ci'JO 366 738 1891 767 140 1892 225 70 1893: 279? 108 1894 221 2G9 1895' 506 56 1896 69 699 V897 290 65 189-3 682 359 181)9 194 M'i 1900, 228 i§ 1901 101 0 1902 19 .44 1903 22 45 1904 285 166 1905 >.72 291 1906 304 91 1907 359: 31 >1908 85 657 1909 229 547 1910 489 0 1911 53G 326 19x2 1913 31 167 134 271 1914 20 454 1015 215 :7. 1916 61 114 1917 332 78 1918 335 43 1.919 53 89 1920 178! 1/t r. 1921 213 QO 1922 235' 49 1923 > 0 0 1924 48 171 1925 89 110 1926 118 -48 1927 133 0 1928 449 332 65 40 307 516 355 55. 384 840 11 123 91; 86 493: 282 71 179 .278 222 360 285 225 95 407 23 102 230 403 64 9 225 20 80 20$ 2 125 18 110 187 I 1 U 302 | 119 I 7011 171 | 0 | 483 499 285 118 267 560 43 130 0 0 229 204 285 0...

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

H. A. Barraclough 'Limited OPTICIANS. 385 GEOItGE STREET, SYDNEY. NEXT VISIT At the Royal Ho.cl, GILGAMDRA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, ft'om 10 a.m. to 3 p,.m.,, . . : The firni'lias been visiting this t'own ■rcRiilnrlJ for-30 years. E®@§ Such is lhe cxpcricnce of a poultry owner,'; \vho attributes this \vo:::!srfu! performance to feeding with JCaisv.ooJ Poultry Spicc (winch contains dri-rd and ground insects).. Read this "c.>:irr.«n:al. , I have ice;/ '.Ming 'Kqrsn-qoii xSpice' jar lav -years how • cntlm that lime 1 \ have nc.ver keen without eggs. J'have a pen of fiyc pnl'els which have laid on an average two eggs per day. I. have had since May'last 460 f£gs from those pullets, and May, - June,' .July and Auuust are the coldest.months Jor this part. 1 can recommend 'Karswood Spt:e' to anyone who keeps fowls in tlir backyard." r; . (Sc<j.) W.L.N. ■ : Ori^i.sal Icttci on file fm inspection §C$RSW00q POULTRY SPXE, Do;s not force or .injure fowls 9 .)!-r:iii-;in*e at all Stor...

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

NEVER STOP ADVERTISING! WHEN Someone stops Advertising Someone Stops Buying, WHEN Someone stops Buying, Someone stops Selling, WHEN Someone stops Selling, Someone stops Making. WHEN Someone stops Making, Someone stops Earning. WHEN Everyone stops Earning, Everybody stops Buying. KEEP GOING AND ADVERTISE IN YOUR LOCAL PAPER

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

■r* \Jnty. >• WORLD'*! STUDEBAKER LARGEST BUILDER OS EIGHTS could o a... ^ r ft o h j[ j? & k/i' !L k /$ sp tP M/1) 'f*~ rf (f ft g/$ d •7 J .£/ tJ / n j JLJ (iscf t ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN 1115) INCH WJIEELBASE '.V-* .«. • > 4 - :.•y'JBZ ' ' 1 .V -^.xa <■■-::• > L worthy World famous; |C.^]"ERE is an eight—a cor.--;:.in.'c:i car to the Champion' Vrz'-'aor.t r.r>ci the Coir..rnander ;Ei£hts. Th-e New Dictator Eight plr.ccs p.bvr.dar.t power at your ,c.o2imandrr-adaq-«ato- to' every-v emer gency—r.;i engine vulch makes play of milc-a-minuto S"ce:i, yet v. hich is thrifty - of oil ar.d £<is. . Since the intro duction of its .hue of straight eights, if* fSW »* 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 1.15 inches. -Here is .riding , ease for'.which all Studebaker cars are renowned. And here, is ...

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

WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! W SPITTLES Will " supply firewood cut to any 'iengtli and size at shortest notice. PRICE 12/ PER LOAD. Address: Lowsr Mii'ler street, . OILGANDUA. PHONE 178. ' MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEIWORA (N.S.W.),WARRACICNA EEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance" Co. Ltd. Loans' negotiated on .Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates of Interest. Printed and Published by II. E. 0. CAMPBELL,- sole proprietor, at his, printing works, Miller Street; Gilgan dra, New South Waes. J. L, MCINTYRE Stock, Station and General Commission Agent. TOORAWEENAH. it PAYS to keep in touch with the local man*. telephone 28. ;S^,:MEERS & GO Stock, Station and General Commission Agents. old union bank buildings, miller street, GILGANDRA. "wheat buyers for john darling and son. gilgandra and marthaguy SIDING. Phones 158 and 45. FKE ...

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WOOL TOPS RISE MANUFACTURERS AND VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

' , WOOL TOPS RISE MANUFACTURERS AND VALUi Winchconibe, Carson -'Ltd. report —For the first ume since Nove.i.bu; 9 last the pncc of averagj G'i's i>i?> 1110 tops has shown-anvupwardj.move. The rise only consists of tin ad winco fiom 27£d. pei lb to 28d but-r l-aiscs ho^es that p:ices-.have at !u->t •deling tely;!:t.ouched;-bottoi!i.,.!:ba*«H/;Tho!. chcapners of wool is attracting puv cnasei-s and that is usually the (ivsi sign of returning confidence. In a declining-market such as lias been.*expeivcncedy-those conccrncd tn the sale vof-'-wool' are;.apt 'to' consider.' that -.he ill effects of the fall :ive not suffered by those interested in the' purchase of-the staple. Dospi e s.tuU' nients made to the, contrary buyers' are as disturbed over the turn of events over the lust two months us growers and• brokers, About 50 pc." cent-, of; the -Australian clip ha»-boiiiv : sold and the,fact must be reniembcrc.d that all tlici wool bough- in the, jiryt half- of- the-season at pre...

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

Ford Tudor Sedan with Canadian Body Important Announcement LIMITED number of new Ford Tudor Sedans, landed before the reccnt tariff increases, arc available at the former price. These sedans (ece illustration above) have high quality imported bodies made by the Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited, whose facilities for the manufacture of closed bodies by the noted Ford mass production methods have hithorto made available unrival'od value for money in closed cars. This measure of value may not for many years again be ottered to the Australian public. Telephone to-tlay. Or call and let us demonstrate the points of superiority of these imported Tudor bodies. LOCAL DEALER. GILGANDRA MOTOR GARAGE CO.

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

IDALEIGH HOSPITAL GJLGANDRA. Has boen thoroughly renovatud and is under entirely new management. Medical'. Surgical and Obstetric cases received. An efliciar.t nurse always on nig-ht duty. terms ON APPLICATION. SISTETi townSend.

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