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

PERSONAL PARS Mr. Reg. Maitland, a relative of Mr. W. Ropers, of "Hillside," Cur ban, and a 'former resident of this district, was on a vis'.t to Gilgandra last week. Mr.: Mai .land is now a resident of Orange.. . * . * * # ft c Tho windmill promised so long for the Biddon P.W.P; •'has-At."last been erected, Mr. Lane, of Coonabarabran, carrying out the -. work. '' ; Mr. Gerald Blackman; of "Uam ble." Tooraweenah, returned from ^Melbourne recently with his bride, who was formerly,Miss Kathleen Don nail on . On "iv'vis't to; G'lgandra fri ends some time ago, Miss Donno!!on made the acquaintance of her future husband .with the above result. •• • » * r ■ Mr. A. E. Iligenbotha, of Coolah, has signified h:s intention of open ing a dentistry practice at Gilgan dra, and was in tcvm during the wee;. for the purpose of arranging for ac commodation. Mr. J. H. Ilit-chon intends erecting a surgery on the vacant allotment bcVweert Munro's Garage and the Un'on Bank. A greai tussle is taking, place...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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JOURNALISM—CITY AND COUNTRY What Of The Future [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

JOURNALISM—CITY AND COUNTRY What Of The Future Developments during the last 12 months in the city of Sydney— so far as the Daily Press is concerncd— arc . worthy of note. To-day there are, enly two daily; papers that are outside a huge Newspaper Combine. They are, "The Sydney Morning Her ald," and "The Labor Daily.". The "Sun" Newspapers, Ltd. have fastened their journalistic tentaclos around other p:ipers that for many years conducted their own''business, in their own way. VThe • Daily. Tele graph" has disappeared. In fact "The Daily Telegraph" appeared for a jofig time to be having a rocky passage. < Like the leopard ithat is suppoftiyl to change its spots, so "The Daily Telegraph" changed its get-up quit*; a number of times-—and then "got down" to the "Sun" Newspapers, Ltd. To-day it is a Pictorial. One can remember—in years gone by—- when "The Daily Telegraph" was one of the most influential jour nals in Australia. Its articles were gplendid—bright and spicy; and its ...

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

MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE- AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? . Advertising Gets the Trade. The Progressive Trader is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and read for its quality—you buy the confidence of its readers in your product. ADVERTISING COVERASE GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. ' A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per. cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a>coverage of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY "-I'ublisb Gil every Thursday afternoon., I'ba Gilgandra ''Castlereagh" and Men dooran "News" . are issued with "The Weekly," so that advertisers; . • •will '.reach' readers- of. three, pape...

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KNOWN AT EUMUNGERIE Murder Charge Sequel [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

KNOWN AT EUMUN GERIE Murder Charge Sequel iMr. Acting-Justice Maxwell, in Public Chambers, granted bail in £300 to John Matliew William Gor don Mackenzie, a shearer, who stands charged with the . murder of Al'iort Wagner, at Wellington (N.S.W.), 'in: December last. . In an affidavit the applicant de clared his innocence: of the .charge, and said .that , he was well known ln the Eumungerie district, between Nav.. rornine and Dubbo. "This was," said Mr. Norman Pil cher (for the; applciant) "largely a case of suspicion. The-: accused him self had been poisoned'from the samo bottle'' of gingei'-beer from which Wagner" had drunk. The accused man has recovered, and it was probable Wagner also would have recovered if he had been able to get prompty at tention from a doctor." Mi\ Hayes _(of the Crown Law Of. fice) said he aid not oppose: the ap ■plication for bail. f ■ - • Aftei' having been on the staff of the Cobar Post Office for six'months, Mr. W. Elliot has been transferred to •Toorawe...

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WATER TANK For Travelling Stock P.P. Board's Action [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

WATER TANK For Travelling Stock Board's Action As Director Lane said at Tues day's meeting of the Dubbo P.P. - Board, it was the duty of the Board - to secure water for travelling stock wherever possible. That the .Dir ectors realised 'this was evident when it was unanimously decidod to pay £13 to secure the watering . . rights for stock travelling in the Collie district. . Mr. McCutcheon, manager of the Bey'da' Pastoral Co., Collie, intimat ed that if the Board did-n'ot purchase the rights of the water tank on the company's property, he would have it fenced ofl". He'" could sse no rsason. why the Board could not pay the necesary £15 and suggested thai; the residents ot' Collie, to whonrthe-wat er was. very necessary, .be canvassed and asked to subscribe to this amount. The directors smiled when this let ter was read, but Dir. Tink said that the tank was a great hole on the road-side, which" could easily be made a permanent supply. Director Lane: It is the duty of the Board to secur...

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INTERMEDIATE EXAM. RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

INTERMEDIATE EXAM. RESULTS The results of the examination of candidates for the Intermediate CV'.c tificate were made available on. Sat in the subjoined list of passes the numbers refer to the following sub jects:^—1 English; 2 History; 3 Geo graphy; 4 Mathematics I; 5 Mathe matics IIj 6 Latin; 7 French; 8 Ger man; 9 Physirs; 10 Chemistry; 11 Elementary Science (Physics and Chemistry); 12 Botany; 13 Geology; 14 Physiology; 15 Business Princip les; 16 Shorthand (Theory); 17 Tec hnical Drawing; 18 Woodwork; 19 Mctalwork; 20 Art; 21 Music; 22 Necfllework; 23 Greek 24 Agriculture *fT"25~'AgricuIture II; 26 Agricultural Botany; 27 Practical Agriculture; 28^ Home Economics. -*^1 In cach subject • there arc two grades of pass, A and B, the A pai-'s \ being the higher. GILGANDRA DISTRICT SCHOOL. Haigh, Clarence, IB 2B 15B 18B • Ilonvood, Douglas, l*B 4B .5B 15B 18A 20B, ' Purdon, Bruce M., IB 2B 8B 4B 511 . 15B' 18A. \ jf1"' Koughlcy, Mona G., IB 2B 4B 5B (£) 15B 20B Smith, Robert, IB 2B 3B...

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OBITUARY John Mudford [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 February 1930

OBITUARY   X     John Mudford The sudden death of John Mudford at his residence "Pine Dale," Gilgan- dra, on January 30, caused general regret throughout his large circle of friends when it became known that one so hale and hearty had been sud- denly stricken down. On the morning, of his demise he was in his usual good spirits and after breakfast made his way towards a machinery shed near his residence to repair machine- ery. A few minutes later one of his daughters had occasion to look to- wards the shed and saw her father stagger and fall. Upon rushing to the scene it was found that he had passed-beyond all earthly aid, death being due to heart failure. Born at High Range, Mittagong, the decease- ed was 66 years of age, and came to the Dubbo district some 34 years ago, residing at Ballimore. Ten years later he came to the Gilgandra district and took up "Pine Dale",   whore he has resided until his death, He leaves a sorrowing fam...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE COLLIE HALL (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE COLLIE HALL (To The Editor) /-)> S-r,—In your last issue appenrs*a • .letter .headed ^The Facts About the ■■ Collie'- Hall. "' Residents : of 'Collie • know the truth, so will naturaly. ea.l ; v. tovmind-the old saying, a fact nmst; be etc. f v .Youvjcorrespond0111 is evidon tl y ri"'>t aware "c f the truth of. the position or else they have been m'snl'oin-'' Mr .vPeavss never. offered to seII- (rh«' . present structure) the. Co'lic Hall For £250'. No conim't C* was over .appointed j; 'to ,v>lu»te; Miv: Pearse's oilei*. . The T,:,nsid.'>nt.of the Progress Aasociat'oj. (M". F. Filth) nevpr pave a tru'" ' n*nt"o Ihnt a new hall would b°. Mi ill. STi:.. Firth, our worthy piesidcjnt of • (hp Pvoti'1".' A'■"no a io'n does not ft" /Vppiafc with fa'lures. ' > The eel tain *>fpp( >011 lpfpiml to bv i voiir: correspondent as ljeing opposed. - to Di'f new jyopovl have contributed . five. times . more money to ^ the .fund now claimed bv the rxiuoncn's o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

SEND YOUR TO SfDlTD ABRIDGES! &l L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents Personal Attention To Evehj lot* TANKS TANKS IOOO GALLON, 21 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7. • JJOOO GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tops less £1/5/, and tap 5/0 extra. I All Prices Cash on Delivery. Prices foi* other tanks or for ■ making on jpplication. ; A.f P. Walton, ' Gilga^i'a Phone 71. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! W SPITTLES Will supply firewood cut to any length and size at shortest notice, P.RICE 12/ PER LOAD. Address: Lowsr Miiler street, GtfcGANbKA. PHONE 178. J. L, MCINTYRE Stock, Staticin and General Commission Agent. TOORAWEENAH. IT PAYS TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE LOCAL MAN. TELEPHONE 28. t *«SZrZ c* 0,0">no\i« *>£*** -^C^J ,S^C^ AvO^" , 1°^' .a, V.,,<«« a<l a fi°ot tf1** ,.A0<1 90t oi *:v^teS' c^0^ah tote) SAVE ^HE LIDS Handsome Surprise Packet for 50...

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APPLICATION FOR THE SURRENDER OF LICENSE Of Club House Hotel, Gulargambone [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

APPLICATION FOR THE SURRENDER OF LICENSE Of Ciub House Hotel, Gulargambone Aii application ijy Mr. Henry Heil-, or, licensee of the temporary licemso of The Club House Mote', Gularffam bono, was heard before Mr. Arnotr,' Cha'nnan of the Licenses Reduction Hoard, at Gulargambone, oil the 7lb instant. - . Objection were lodged to the* sur render by various residents of Gular gambone. on the ground thai it wps UR.iinst the public interest that the license| should be surrendered. Mr. W. P. Kelly and M.> IIccIm .Korff. 'appeared'■■■■for"Mr :: Heiler,- 'avtd Mr. Horatio Beveridge (Bever'dge and Serisier) appeared, for the-ob jectors. • 2 Evidence was given by Mr. Hoilor to the effect tha. he had endeavoured' to raise the necessary Joan to'enable him to erect new premises. lie fur ther deposed that -owing- to people coming to .Gulargambone and return ing ithfi same day bv-motor car, and that owing to the absence of rabbit, ers in! the district, brought abot.!!; by the holdings- adjoinin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

New Year Specials 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. V 38 inch" LINENE, all shades, 1/- yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, Pink, Helio . Saxe, 38 inch, 9£d. yard. JAP CREPES, all shades 6R yard 30 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 CLOTH, 1/4} 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 AT Cbc Rome of Value A J HABGOOD PLUMBER & GALVANISD /IRON WORKER Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross Windmills, and all cither Goods of that Company's Manufacture. Always In Stock — No Waiting Windmills, Piping...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

H. A., Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS? y83 GEOKGE STHEET'j SYDNEY. The firm lias been visiting this town l\-Ynr ,'!h yc:irs." New Laid Eggs becoming scarcer , -Think .vvhnt- it • me.isis- to have your own ■ "new-laid'' cRgs. No morc lo be bought. ,-No.more: rood foo.i to-.be turned into fat ins'cic' of c?""> Pcid this testimonial ;. and noe the- cnfcrence-- "ICarswood " Poulf ry £]jice made. "Lay nK Weil" <£5\ - " I have Iccn usinq maV , your 'Karsivood a poultry spice for a X period of taelve |M( \ months with very fVjii . Jr -g ■■■ good-results. Afc.v L'Jva'v' * «S" months ago I dis continued using ^''Lj the "Karsirood/' -;md.lAoiiced'a.bigvt?*£fc£&-£gt2\S* .. falling off in the <XfA "*"f. c^<J c£gs, so 1 loutjhl ""*< '—-— , o supply ofKarsivood" aqatn and they are laying Kelt again. I will recommend it to all my friends." (Cg.i ) j ; Original letter on file for inspection. ' . iCARSWOo^ POULTRY SPICE .Docs not force or injure ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

•PERSONAL After a few ■ days spent in the -"b i({ I smoke", .Mr. Andrew Frazer. return ed to Gulargambone .last week. His bronzed and tanned features pro tray a story, to-which no words are* needed. Shortly after his arrival backy IJr. A. J.. . Frazer, senr.; left iby train for j Wnllavawang to. spend a holiday with i his daughter, Mrs. K. Spargo. His : many friends will regret to hear that • Mr. Frazer has not been enjoying the bsst of health of late; : ■ En: route to Yass, to which branch of the Bank. of-New South Wales b? : had been transferred, Mr~. E; K", Buttenshaw. left by car on Sunday. Puring -his stay here,- Mr. "Butten shaw proved ■ to b'e a most courteous and efficient-officer, and. found tin-.e . in which:.to pass, with crowning sue cess accountancy,- etc . ,. examinations. All will vie w'th hitn his change to a much more pleasant dim ate. - Mi I-Iungerford,; of v, Grenfel!,-.has sac--. ceeded'Mr-. iButtenshaw. - v Mr. N. J. Taylor, of Tondeburinc, is receiving the-cong...

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APPOINTMENT OF HEALTH INSPECTOR Is Mr. Mudie A Permanent Employee? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

APPOINTMENT OF HEALTH INSPECTOR Is Mr. Mudie A Permanent Employee? At last Fridays Gilgandra -.Shire Council meeting, the appointment of a Health Insepctor in succesion to the late H./ Noonan was discusattd. •Mr. A.' • A.. Mudi e - has been : acting ii; a. temporary capa'cityjfor the last two months; and also holds the positioiv of Shire Valuer. -Cr.-. 1-Iay.nes said ■ it: would be- ad visable to call- for. applications for the position. The President' (Cr. Townsend). said' they , had a • perfect ' legal; right to ap point Mr Mudie. to >.theposition if he was a. permanent icmployce of the Council: He had - been valuer to" the Council for-a number: of years and '.hat• couljl-vbo regarded as a. perinan eni1 position. . If i they called ..for ap plications they were bound to- appoint a certificated man. ' Cr. Ilitchen was doubtful if they could!' class :MrMudic.as a- perman ent employee, seeing; the <-positioiv of valuer was filled.'by contract. ' Be* sides, JVIi'. ,Mudie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

THE A.B.C. CAFE NOW COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA • • ■ '-.'v y'r.. ! TIONS FOR COOLEST DRINKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM and.* '■ * LATEST AMERICAN FANCY SUNDAES. A Trial Will Convince You PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS . . GILGANDRA Sole .Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Cream I " Sponges, at Lowest Pricos. ^ RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION. Mrs. Marsland, Downie St., Dung;ig Mrs. Burrell, 04 Corlette St., Cook's = • Hill." , i Mrs.: E.-A. Smith, Russell St., Woon i ona. I Mrs.-Miller, 1 Comhr St., Paddingrto.i i Mrs. Wirrell, Garrong Rd., Lakemba. Mrs. Roy,, 70a Alfred St., Mascot. Mrs. J.J. Hannon, Forest Road," "Peakhirst. Mrs; -Moore," 116 Mort's Rd., Mort dale. Mrs./ Wilson, Scott St.; Newcastle. Mrs. Sloane; I-Iillcrest St., 'Wollon gong. Mrs. Halford, 51 Andreas Stre»fc, Petersham. , • ^ Mrs. R. Waltisbuhi, 7 Smith 3trott, Mayfleld. ' . Mrs. Guy, 45 William St., Tighe't Hill. E. Woods, 134 Chapel St., Marrick- ; ville. titzS Mrs. C. Booth, Dudley St., Rosemoni. '»■ Mrs. Dudley,...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

CRICKET ; ,Oii: Sunday last the Gulavgombone Cricket Club made Lhc ti-ip to Com bara in. quest of the Golsby Cup, but returned minus clie handsome pifice .of silverware, be ug 41 runs bi'liind when the tallies of the first innings wore compiled ■1 ho losal team c iuid-..only muster 75 in the fii-st dig, Combara bowler3 and the fielding "being well u ptostan dard. Top score was N. Sutton," who made :35, before being out l.b.'w. Pro mising colt 'Micky'" Hichardson look ed as if he might retrieve' the posi tion when he was well caught after : a "patiently made* 13. No one «lso reachedvdouble figures! Combara held the fort until they totalled 14,0':.! Wiih .21. each, A. and N. Crocker tied for' top scoring hon ours. Kennedy (19 not out) and Ilewson (12) provided a last wicket partnership ere the latter's. peg was uprooted by 0. Press, who ; might 1 have ibeon used earlier in the innings. The fielding of the local side was fin improvement on recent performances. ' Gular went for a hit in...

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CRICKET BERIDA v. HILLSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

CRICKET BERIDA v. HILLSIDE Oil Sunday last:Berida.^crick.eters. 'visited'Hillside and after a very close, v-'mn were defea ed by;, the; narrow of; 10ri-^ and-T: Murray nia(le: top s;oves jvnh !!0-:ami27~ respectively.••••. The- naxt bist'v/us M. llobinsc.n wiUi 14. C T'\ f p-'made thu. too se i setfor Hillside. \v'!h 52 and next I;'..-;: wj '' iii wii'r '29 and S'._ Maivh m: -'J, L'cwcs:—- '. .. BEIvIHA... v ... ... Jfs Ginokc ■\ 0.. McCurche >n, h'.I-• .Ryan ..13 JO - C.'V-vho.lm, b.N .March™-. ' ^ I, IiTnr.'ay, *bw,'V C. Twigg ^0 0 Know, c T . Rayncny b.R. _ Grocke '•* ( 'Neili,..nir, nit ' ■' T. Murray;': c--J. rKyaii;--,b_ . N .. Mavchant 2. EggleSton, b-O; Twigg '.' ? V7,-DiRgs,,c J. Uyati, b-I'V ®J''i! | Ttl ; Robinson; b ^ If Semmler, no*/ out ^0 Sundries . ' ■ 20 Total ...' 147 Bow;iTig:,;,:F^Byan,:.':3.-.?2r.:D.;;:Rogers 0-13; 11.Grocke 2-24, N.' Marchant 2-30; C. :T\vigg 2-29. C.Twigg, c K. Chisbolm,-b I'-- . _ Murray , , . ,52 II. Grocke, c T. Murray, b A . McCulcheoYi...

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SHIRE MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

SHIRE MATTERS T. G. Higgins wrote asking why. the Council hiul. changed its decision in regard to :i. block . of-..four.- acres 011 the temporary common "at Gil gundra, whicli thoy had granted,, him permission1 to occupy some; time- ago. Wlicn he went'before, the 'Lartd/Boai'il: recently he had ;beeir informed' Uiat the Council objected* to! the -'applicii- i Lion.— Cr. I-Iituhen- said-.permission was granted about'fouv -'ycars .a'goV. but Iliggins did not take up.rc::;i<luiico on it. It was 'decidedwto inform "tho applicant. that" Council. didr.-not' 'P'"C po.-e to alter >ts decision. P. McMullen; Lower Mi]ler:Strei!:., Gilgandra; requested.;the -Council remove several trees.in;'front :-of -lus residence .—To.'. be^informed , thatohiv could remove sa 111 e' at -his r,\Vu fc:: pcnsc. i"?fl G. W. CoxhedgC;-comp'ained; of •P. H. Wake, cutting; drains from - h's, property to mako -the- water run-, on. to the road.—The .Engineev said a letter had* been; forwarded-to - My W...

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'IN COMMITTEE" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

I 'IN COMMITTEE" When councillors, vera cons:deririg; He discubjiun of. matters 'relating *lo employees of this Shire. Council ; oil Friday, the Presi'.l Ml- i' K. Towr'i sijid) asked cli i the ' council] ors vo-, quire the matter dealtwithin open council or in comi2i^fe\i;.;Crr...Haynes promptly replied;'-In;: open; Council." I He contended that. ori the last occas ion they had consid.'.roi matters in committee they 1'aU hhen " crit'eised over it. The Presideat. said. that -'de spite the fact that they were liable to criticism he considered, all matters relat'ng to employees should- be r'ealt wi':h in committer •. They.' had- bac-n. unfairly criticised1on. thiylabt oecas-' ion. Other councillors- favoured dis cussion in open Council, and this was; .agreed to. The state of the health of Mr. C. V. McCarry, the well-known C-',cm amble townsman, who is under •medi cal treatment in. Sydney, is causing 'his relatives iand- friends:much anxiety Mrs. McCarry and Miss Kath'oeii were summone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 February 1930

GENUINE TANK-SINKING , PLANT v FOR TANK SINKING AND BO AO MAKING. • "ChrsinpiouV H=avy-Duly Unbrenli •able : Steel Beam Plows.-—In moJuls 63, CI, G5, 60, G7, and 09. Wcighcs "from 'J(t1b to 3151b * "CHAMPION" , " " RABBIT PLOWS. , .-spcciislly;'; made: for > ploughing:; . out -Rabbit Burrows. (Hampior Drag Scoops.' Fitted willv renewable lunncrs. Mado m sizes:— No. 3, capacity -.3 cub.: .ft;'No.; 2,:: • capacity-6 cub. ft; No. In capacity>7^ cub. ft; No. • 0, .capacity^!Oi-cub:• fth?.: , Will outl-n^t 2 or 3 of ?ny.other makeV ^Armstrong-Holland Limited,>1 Bridge street, Sydney. Local Agents; Western Stores. Onir STUDEBAKER WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER Of EIGHTS could offer the - ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEENTHS) INCH WHEELE^SE «L /4&5 H ERE is an eight—a worthy companion car to the World Champion President and the famous Commander Eights. The New Dictator Eight placcs abundant power at your command—^adequate to ' every emer gency—an engine 'which :makes play of mile-a-minute,...

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