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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

FOOTBALL : All interested,in.the good old win ter game will be pleased to Hear that, a meeting, of the .local- cub -is.; being-,, held ■ in the near-future. The d.i.o of the meeting' is, not definite; burijl,. is hopedrto hold it on (Tuesday even-, ing, nth March .'"Tho business of the* meeting will beJ: the. - presentation - of balance sheet, report, election of of fice bearers and "general ^ The balance,, sheC- has: already . been, .presented..at'. a meeting held Son the "close- of last season, but the.'convenience of: those-; unable to have - been present it will • again be read .'A. definite datc of the-; meeting will he given next issue.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When Mr. W. P. Kelly Scored [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

When Mr. W. P. Kelly Scored - . At the Wellington Police Court on Friday, Mr. W. P. Kelly, the well known member of the costs brigade;' of the town, scored a point on a witness regarding [the fixing of a, elate v The witness told the court that the date of a certain happening .was the 29th February, 1929. "Your're positive about the date?" asked the. solicitor."Yes," said the witness.* "You have no doubt about it what ever?" —''No." Mr. Kelly informed the court' that there was no 29tlr of February in ,ifchat year, .therefore what credence.could.be placed on l!:c cv:dcncc of tlic witness, he asked.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND BOARD Cases for Consideration [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

LANty ABOARD Cases for Consideration „ Anieeting of the Local Land Board •for the Land Board District.-of-,Coo namblo is being held in the Goonatn blo.Coui't.Houso to-day, when the fol lowing'cases will be considered:—• ' APPRAISEMENT OP VALUE OF •/'. CROWN IMPROVEMENES W.'Gaynon, with a.c.p. and free hold'.-',: ' EXTENSltfN OP , TERM OP . SPECIAL LEASE R. B. Brien, sp.l. S. II.- Parson:a sp.l. * , • . , CONVERSION OP SPECIAL LEASE A, G. Ferguson, cTp. ^ APPLICATION FOR S.P. S. Andrews, sp-.T. P. Norwood, sp.l. • P. O'Neill, sp.l. APPRAISEMENT OF RENT L T. Sand'erson, two c.l's. C. II. Fisher, c.l. APPRAISEMENT OP CROWN.IM .PIIOVEMENTS W. L. Hunt, c.p. -- A. J. Collison,. a.c.p. APPRAISEMENT OF CAPITA!. VALUE . • F C.-Scholz, two .a-fc.-s'*. Appraisement of Value, of :-Latid_ Re sumed under Public Roads Act. ■A. Blake, c.p.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Send-Off to Mrs. MacManus [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

•Send-Off to Mrs. MacManus ' On Friday evening last Mrs. WV A. -Brown entertained at Tier resid ence, Commercial Bank, Gilgandra, the friends of Mrs. P.'J. MacManus. The gathering was. a valedictory one and the number of friends who at j tended/* together with & number of j apologies: received; showed the high . esteem>in which Mrs.: MacManus: was r'held here, :where "she ?has. made -licr. home for so long. Progressive euchre was played dur ,ing the evening and after:supper.Mr*' Brown, in a very ' happily- ; phrased speech, presented the. guest of honour, with a- handsome hand bag. Mrs. MacManus, who was taste fully gowne'd .in black; thanked* h^r friends in a neat speech; and hoped, for "a future ,meet!ng :with ' ali'"' ofi, .them- after v her departure fronv the district. ,- ' - Mrs. MacManus' future home -will be at Parraniatta,-where her husband is. editor-manager of the new'"Ob server . ' ' . 'Mrs.- G. ;J-. Thompson, of "Cale donia,". Eumungerie, has donated £1 towar...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULAR GLEANINGS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

GULAR GLEANINGS j PERSONAL After some' weeks spent^holidayin^ at Wahroonga (Sydney) ■. Mrs. KB..; T/. Smith returned;;to ^Gulargambone;' - .. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Bsst are at luesent spending a holiday. wilfr-LS as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. TT Andrews, r ' Mrs. A. \V. Bo'ger, of Gulargam bone, returned home'last .weeir aftsE a very enjoyable holiday,; spent-/:' in 'Sydney. Miss Una Lehane, of: 'Gombara, irfi turnedto her home las:. Sunday, aft er spending a fortnight in Gulargam bone as the guest of Mrs. R. N; Ferguson, of ''Blemont." i A passenger by train to Sydney last week was Mrs. J. Home, who is spending a vacation there. The engagement is announced of Eileen, fourth daughter of, Mr. and Mrs ., T. Blackman,'■ "Iona,".. Gular gambone, to Mr. James Sanders,;.of. Stuartown, arid late /of Gulargam bone.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A New Doctor [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

A New Doctor 'Dr. Rv -Campling; who has been ,a resident of Gilgandra for several years, has disposed of his practice and will be leaving next week "for the city. The new medico is Dr. . K,.; Tarlinton, of Sydney. During their oiiiy amongstus Dr. and Mrs, Camp iriig have earned many friends by their chnrming manner, who" regi-et '.i:«ir departure. In the world of ipori the doctor .will be greatly mis sod, having been a tower of strength o our cricket, tennis, bowling and golf clubs.- ■ • . . .

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

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Challenge Will be Accepted [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Challenge Will be Accepted Although no meeting of this Colts' Cricket Club has been held to con sider the challenge in last issue of the Cobbora captain, to play another match for the Cuy or. a neutral field with outside umpires, it seems to be the general feeling of all members that the challenge will be accepted, and that Mcndoor?.n will be selected at the place for the match. One enthusiast had promised to take half (one car-load) the players up gratis in the event of the matah boing, ar ranged. It ?s safe to say the crowd will constitute a record - for ; cricket in these parts. 1

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SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

•SWIMMING Gulnr was represented at the War* i-Rna;swimmiiig - carnivals licld on ,Sim-, day last;>23rd inst;, by-.D .and \V. Mas'nrs. ,The'yv/crc unsuccessful, in annexing any events. Residents, Gularj who were-present, assert that some visitors complained of the way, Ihcy were treated :in the; handicap oventa; '

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A Bimbi Sensation [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

A Bimbi Sensation The-other day a man named Wil liam Cutler was found at Binibi witli^ blood spourhig from bis eye and nose, • and a pea rifle ,the barrel of wh'ch had been sawn off to within a few in- : clics of the breach, lying beside-nun. I-Ie" had. resided in the district for the past 18 months and told people . that his right name was William" Coo per, and that he had a sister,, in liyi'ock named Mrs. Driver, but he wore a returned soldier's badge No. 98231,•■.which"had been issued to Wil liam Cutler in Victoria. A verdict of suicide .was returned .

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GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

GENERAL' At the time of writing, Mr.C; C. Garling- is boring for water on Mr. Andrew- Frazers', block- of land .<• Salt water was first struck at 51 ft. and at 80 ft. a soakage \jf'fresh/ water.-was struck. A-plentiful supply,^ oE • fresh water is anticipated r to -be > obtained soon. • Dispensers of drink of all varieties reported record bu'sinezs for Saturday last,. when the mercury:: climbed well /over the century mark..It; was, quite the warmest day,of the week, though . vin the evening a couple of - showers^ ■helped to' provide a much better- night for sleeping convenience. Palls rang-' ,ing from 20 points to 158 (on "The, Myalls'.' - and "Warrumbone"-holds ings) were reported. ■On Tuesday evening, 18th- Pebvu-: ary,~ Mr'. C. J .• Hobbs, lectured io-.a. large;and' interested audience in. fronts of Messrs . Comino Bros . : His -adares's t was solely confined'-'to" taxation- son land .values,-, thus- imposing " a. .sub stantial tax on the big land'monopol I ists, ex...

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PROPOSED FEDERAL WHEAT POOL To Guarantee 4/- Per Bushel To Growers [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

PROPOSED' FEDERAL WHEAT POOL To Guarantee 4/- Per Bushel To Growers The Miirster■ .€oi*..■.•MjivkTjtsi iv -.CMr ., rii"k"r Maloney) in tho con fi- •( iii-o al Canberra on Tuesday win :'•<! lo tho propov."! <:o!upuIsory vi L pool, inv led tli- St.uts l) ioin '.lit- Federal' Govcmiiiop.t-.-.in rjuiaran '.'(ii:c wheatcrowoi's -i • per buiihcl 'net -m "oun ry station';, for the ! Si .--"a1 oil's crop,. This, lui',r. .V,?r \\-.h\ L'MTi'oit and other ,sn 'l'nc.: at llir* t .'it '.'as cqliivalc'nt-to.^'jvi'oxjlii.iti-'ly ■, k , or bushe! Sm-h a.pu.i' .1 c would operate eo:i<l'.'.:on:i!]y n):-: on *he passage of, en:.b! n,\ Slate 'eg::-11.\;on and the coir.pletioi;s. o fs 1 ho: l'oquisite ballot of growers :>* by; July! ;o:jo. . '; - l; jp proposed that tii° a.'ju'iint o.1' h- f.".:t advance to do made choIi. •year ! riei- 1930-31; uli! be d :loi'imicd by the boards, , ba-od upon economicj conditli.i . .prsvanina' ni, 11' 'line. " ' ' " .•5ii;yiViorised, ...

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CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE FOR SETTLEMENT More Estates Acquired [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

, CROWN LANDS AVAIL ! ABLE FOR SETTLEMENT More Estates Acquired I Itlr, Ball, JI nistcr for Lands,^un nounccs tat he ha3 now completed the purchase .of Mahonga," Youngara,. Springvale and Lake Cowal Estates lor closer settlement. Mahonga is a wheat and sheep pi'tK posi.ion situated in the favoured.Riv-; crina district. Youngara Estate surrounds the j i'o tin gam siding, on the . Ungario 1 Naradhun railway, about five miles ! from the village of Ungarie, in the j Wyalong d'strict, and is well adap { led for wheat and sheep. Compris ! jug about 6,<riG0 acres, it has been i subdivided in'o eight farms of from J .655 to 101 5 acres, the capital valuen ' ranging from £31'15' to £5060. As | parts of this porperty have already j' been cleared for the plough, and fuv [ l.hcr clearing will not be costly, the ^mnv settlers: will lie able to take si'l-. .. vantage of the forthcoming season, j . Springvale :s a mixed farming pro { position in' the Monaro district, close i*to Dalgety....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

THE "A.B.G. . CAFE NOW COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA TIONS FOR COOLEST DRINKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM aiQ LATEST AMERICAN FANCY SUNDAES. A Trial Will Convince You PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS G1LGANDRA Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Ctfeaj^r Sponges, at Lowest Pricos. RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION. Mrs; Marsland, Downie St., Dung;iff Mts. Burrell, 64 Corle^ie St., Cook'* ' Hill. Mrs. E. A. Smith, Russoi'L St., V/oon . ona. ■ • Airs.-Miller, 1 Goin'm- St., Paddingbn Mrs. Wirroll, Garrong Rd., Lakemb?,. Mrs. Roy, 70a Alfred St., Mascot. Mrs.,, J. . J. Harmon, Forest Road, ;'Peakhirot. - • Mrs. .Moore, 116 Mort's Rd., Murl dale; ■Mrs:-■■■Wilson, Sco't St., Newcastle. " .Mrs."a Sloane, Ilillcrest St., Wollon . gong. t . • Mrs. Hall'ord, 51 Andreas Strc«&, ; Petersham. Mrs. R. Waltisbuhi, 7 Smith Stre#!, Mayfield. Mrs. Guy. 45 Will'am St., Tighs'i - Hill, ' • . ChapeTgE;," - ville. _ _ Mrs. C. Boo'h,' Dudley St., Ro?rmont. Mrs. Dudley, Bank'n Terrace Street, Botany. Mrs...

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Newspaper Advertising The Good Year house paper says:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Newspaper Advertising ; The Good Year housu papci' sa^sj Local • newspaper' advertising is somewhat l"'ke' fertilizing and sprinkl ing u-'lawn to' grow grass.: You 'don': see the grass take on new-.life ■ and sprout- up instanly.. Ths.-sua and rain also 'help,'but later on the lawn that was largely left'to' Nature .isn't near ly health,/thick and green as-the-cne which -was "fertilized-::, and regularly sprinkled. Many tyre dealers, whose : business es are showing healthy growths every •year, are succeeding w'th the, use of -local newspaper advertising, - ' This, -fact proves that the right kind of local newspaper, advertising throughout the year pays.' ! ^ If- you have tried newspaper ad >*e.* ising and thought it -did no good, i;ho trouble probably is that it wasn't r'ono corectly. Don't let one mistake blind you to the surest, most profit '.tihlj pa'hto increased bus'ness... Nonbusiness: is too small to take ./.advantage of an investment in good newspaper advertising. v f!L Br...

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ADVANCES TO SETTLERS Government Guarantee Act, 1929 THE OBJECTS AND SCOPE OF THE ACT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

ADVANCES TO SETTLERS Government Guarantee Act, 1929 THE OBJECTS AND SCOPE OF THE ACT . -Owing ; to the disastrous seasons ..'•v^cxporienced'^'vduring - the - past • few years "and which' resulted 'in many crop failures and* loss of stock, the ,'Miins:ei':.\for ;"Agriculture -> (the....Hon. : . II. "V. C. -Thorby) determined that i^ass'stanae;viriiaddition.-to: that already provided through the Rural" Indus-, • tries' Board,' should be given ,to npc esitious.farmers. With this objee: in i;-Jview.vand^the. ultimate 'consolidation i of their debts, the Government pass ed' the Advances; to -Settlers' (Govern ■-'"nments Guarantee) Act under )which a i gurantee may; be given for any- one ' settler up to £3000. * ' v-': .Forms of- application-- for .-.•advances.? . - under the Act- are now available al • v all Banks throughout the State;.and •'\,farmors desirous of securing assist-: > ance under the Act-should apply-to, ••••.••their -Banks-direct for same without delay. ■ ' v All for...

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THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT THE COLLIE HALL (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT THE COLLIE HALL (To The Editor) Sirjl would like to use:a little space. in your valuable columns in answer to a letter wi'ibren by Mr. J. C. Brophy, of Collio. Apparently ,Mr'. Brophy is trying I ho divert the minds of the^Collio peiv i ple, : for what ; reason 'is best knovvn* to himself. A Collie resident in a | previous letter asserted that Mr. i Pearse offered 'his hall for £250. -Well at' one-time, he' did offev the. hall l.o the C.W.A. member who.interv!ew i ed: himfon: the matter, but Jet :mergo a nt le further. At the 'econd public i meetingv that - was -held . Aevera] mo? tion's. were passed, .which-1 w'll .now quote:— , -No.-l. That, the proposed hall be vested in the name of fie C.W.A. .-.Carried unanimounsly. .. ' ' No. 2: That a special.commiUc! -•»be-.:elected and- >'hat; sevon..C.AV.A . •members -and-' seven cfentlemen bo appointed. —Carried. ' No. 3. That tlrs committee^have full power: in : connection with the building of the hall.—Carried At...

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Girl With Inverted Muscles [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Girl With Inverted Muscles • The PrcssG Medicale of Bordeaux .(France) records a girl possessing inverted muscles. The doctors arc nonplused . The patients laughs who-n she .means to cry, and vice-versa. When her face is tear-stained' h-sr eyes show amusement. When '.she she smiles her eyes reveal sorrow. - ..

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Returned Soldier's Complaints [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

- Returned Soldier's Com plaints : "Comrade!"—The--word that■dliv ing the war, and even-after, ha3 b'.-LT:.; applied to every returned service man -—lias.led to much/controversy ,at tlifj lCatoomba--branch":of:'',the.~:«-Keturnech Sailors and Soldiers'.: Imperial,'League. Mr . Weston; a member of the branch', who 'brought the matter before the ... meeting," said that the word /''com rade" was sacred to ■ the memory of all ex-service men. Each night they stood in "s'lencc in memory of dead comrades, but the word now was ap .plied to those wirh whom the return ed :man did not wis)i to be associated. ''To-day," he said, "we hear Bolshies, Socialists, and red-raggers calling leach other 'comrades.' The name which to me was once sacred is now becoming distasteful." He contended that the name had been draged thr ough-the mire long enough, and was of the opin'on that from now on . the name ''comrade" should be dropped ■from ;i use in sub-branch meetings, both local'y arid State-wide and-sh...

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TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback (By "Bowyang B:ll") For they tramp and go as the" world > rolls back, • , ' They drink and gamble," and die; But their spnii thai) hve 011 thj outback track, . , As long as,'the years-go by. / 0 0' o , 1aas,"_said old,Steve, continuing lusv.stoiy that appealed in last issue, "theie^I was stianded m Sydney, and not a penny m my pocket. For 'two day I had no hing to eat,or smoke, and "I was just about-.ready to walk out .of the darned place when I met a-big bui y chap who said h's name , was Chailie Mooie. 'Call me Nugget', Jie said, 'as by that name I'm known oveiywhej o.y Perhaps you've heard of me?'" I had to admit that although I knew a ^ot of 'Nuggets' in me i'mc ins 'face didn't,"seem familiar to 'mo That s funny,' he said, 'but perhaps you haven't knocked about the coun try.' 'Look here, my lad,' I replied, 'there's mighty few parts of ihi" - State."where- my feet havenjt boon planted at some time or other during the past. 52 years.. Why yo...

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