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

Death of Matthew Taylor : At the -.age"of .75. years,>; there pass ed • away at. Gilgandra on Tuesday: morning"Matthew Taylor, brotKei't of Mrs. McKellar,: senr.. who -is Presid ing at f'Ellimatta. " Th^ deceased was. brought to the Gigandra District Hos-" pi: al from Gulargambone only' a few., days prior to his death.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mathematical Curosity [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

A Mathematical Curosity Mathematical curiosities are many, and as their number multiplies they seem, as Alice said- of Wonderland, to grow, 'curiouser. and curiouser;" A. Greek professor in Paris ;has, just produced one of : amazing > fertility. The magic number is ;142,8&7;&Wheiv tliis'.is"' inultiplied5by-.'tw6 ~ tho !result is .285,714, that is'to say, the -same figures and (lip, same sequence re niaiiv.' :The same phenpmenon'vo'ccurs when the number is multiplied _by three, when the result is 428,'571; by four'which gives 57i,428; by five; which gives 7'1| 1,285 ;* and by six, whC|V the result is 857,142. But when the number: seven!'' which* even • since prehistoric times has always been re- ■ gai'ded vus ' a mystic /number,: the"^ct . suit is 099,999!; Let* (ihe mathemutfca'l pundits,explain it.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowls—Golf [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Bowls—Golf , Leaving this week-end for a Motor tourn of.the north are Messrs. J. If. M.'teh'en^F .Munro, E. S. Lewis ami E... G ..'McDonnell. They intend' tak-. ing: their bowls and golf-.sticks and anticipate having a sporting and cn joyable week.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fell Down Pyramid [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

-Fell Down, Pyramid Mr; Norman Veness, son of Mr. and :Mrs.v.W. Veness, of' Manilla, who has'just returned from a world tour, is c'aimed to" be the only man ■who ever fell from the top of the great Pyramid in Egypt and lived to tell the tale. During tlio war, in coinpany with a party of --soldiers, he climbed to the top-of-the. Great Pyramid. A stone gave way beneth his feet, and hurled* him down the side of the groat statue. He., received terrible injuries to the head and his recovery .was a triumph or surgical science, liccently he visited-Egypt, Franco, and Germany. In every part of Ger many he found the hand of friend ship. He says.that Germany displays a strong desire to get rid of all bit .lemess 'associated with the great war.

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

GENUINE TANK-SINKING PLANT FOR TANK SINKING AND ' ROA') MAKING, "Clinnipiou" M = iivy-Duly Unbi'cMc aL!o £tecl Beam Plows.—In models 63, 61, 05, 00, 07, and 09. Weights Yronr 9"01b "to 3151b. 'tCHAMPION-' UAIiEIT PLOWS. rfpecially■.madc ,yfor, p 1 oughiny, out RabbitJ3uvrows. (Rampiotv Drag Scoops •'ilted with •• renewable runners. Made in:sizes:— No. 3, capacity 3 cub. ft; No. 2 capacity 5 cub. ft; Nq. 1, capacity 7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity 10 cub. ft. Will out)°«t. 2 or 3 of »ny other make. Arms tron/r-HoJ law! Limitod, 4 BridijCiSlireet, Sydney. Local Agents; Western Stores. Only STUDEBAKER WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER OI EIGHTS could offer the - , ictator Eight ' ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN.U15) INCH WHEEtBASE SA ^65 MpiipfF" ■TLJrERE is an eight—a worthy * companion car to the World Champion President and the famous Commander Eights. The New Dictator Eight places abundant power at your .command—adequate to every emer gency—an engine which makes play of mile-a-minute speed* yet which is ...

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"The Ladies" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

./'The Ladies" : .>\''Tlio-Ladies!" We have heard this :toa$t given .'in hundreds of ways, from "tfitr-flowery eloquence and pot tic phantasypo'f local bachelor orator.; to the simple, bucolic, "Gents this 'ere toast;, is* i nmy 'ands; 'ere's to *em"v" Butjhc palm 'must go to Lord Dewar, England's," greatest wit and champion ' post-prandial orator. Iist en'.to'the noble' Lord submitting the 'toast*at a roceni function: "Gentle /men, I venerate ' "and have always •lhrown bouquets of forget-me-nots at 'the beloved shrine of the petticoat— ■ an article' which I am credibly in formed is* now obsolete. As you '^loub^less . know, dresses to-day begin ,'any'where f-afid leave oft' abruptly. {There is more latitude than longitude ^about thcm.»!There is many a safety "pin that s carries more responsibility than- the •/chairman of a bank. The snap of: a burst suspender fortells a downfall What the worM needs to day is. more premanent wives and les permanent waves. To-day women display more...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Lighting of Bowling Green [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

'■Lighting of BowJing Green ,;Tlic lighting of the Gilgandra Bowl ing: ;Club' is proceeding satisfactory and is. now roacly.for play at niarlit

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Auctioneer Fined £200 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Auctioneer Fined £200 Charged at Dubbo -Pol cc Cour; with: vhaj/iiig-jsold stock in Dubbo. i galc^fards • without. 'ho,ldingf.< an .auc tioneer's •.license, Thomas Edward. Wotton, a well-known- local auction-: i oer,: was - fined £200.. lie plead?,d guilty, through Mr. G. F'.O. Grif j fin; who stated that Wotton had ap [ plied: for his licence in December. It i was granted, and, "as. he was.leaving for holidays, Wotton instructed one of his employees to pay the neces sary fee to secure the licence, but the employee had neglected to carry out these instructions. Wotton was a particulary busy man frequently hav ing to make trips to Queensland and other States, and the failure to p&y 'the fee was only an oversight. In spector Christian said Wotton had been personally warned on sevoral occasions by Sergeant Sheridan to ronow the licence and had fa:lcd to do so. Mr. Adams, P.M., said he" had no option but to fine Wotton J.'200, but if he made anpplication ho would perh...

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

s ^ Nail 'Through Brain | While crawling with a- two inch mail in her mouth, Enid Bertha Vfoli son, a 13-months-old child; at WolI ongong, ;.was ipushed: from behind, by another;child. and;-falling onheivfacu, the .nail was forced ,through; thevroof <o£. ;bc!>r..':riiouth'.>iAto'-the:;brain:i';'';5'Sho' died shortly afterwards.

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Death at Collarenebri [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Death at Collarenebri Mr. P. W. Dowdle,. of "Eurun c;erie,'' Collarenebri, passed away at the Collarenebri Hospital on Wednes day 'morning last, after an expended illness.' The deceased married Miss Weston, a former resident of Gilgan- j dra, and leaves a large family.

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

New Justices *• Mr. T. G. 'ffitehen is amongst tho hewly. appointed Justices of the Peace. - Other district appointments went-to Messrs. F. S. Hawkins (Gul nrgambone),,L. Champion (Curban) and'A. E. Cruickshank (Mendoor • an). '

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Profit of £200 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Profit of £200 At the annual meeting of the Meii dooran Amateur Turf Club, held last week, it was shown that a profit of £200/10/5 resulted from the last meeting of the club. . It was decided to hold the .next meeting on April 16 and 17.

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

Leaving Eumungerie After a residence of 15 years on ! the'r Eumungerie property, "Greta,"' I Mr. and Mrs. W. West'have dis- | p'o'sed of thei;- interests and in .end re sidings in t»ie city. The purchaser was . Mr . J. 'Dawes ,of Balladoran.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

Chocolate Cakes v 4 ozs. Sugar 3 Eggs • 4 ozs. Butter , | lb. Flour • £ gill Milk Baking 1 teaspoon Aunt Marys . Powder 4 ozs. Icing Sugar 2 tablespoons Chocolate : 11 tablespoons Hot Water iftSSSs Soft Icing J'lb. Icing Sugar •2 tablespoons watei or fruit juicc, such as lemon, orange or passionfruit juice. method.— slft icing sugar, add the _ liquid, F-Ut int0 saucepan, and stir over fire or stand m saucep-in of boiling water. Pour warm over the'cake. Colorings can be added if desired-To make chocolate icing add two tablespconn of grated or powder ed chocolate toefore^ heating. AO NT MARYS BAKING POWDER Costs a little more—Worth a lot more n wtt? TPTTT? T TF\O Handsome Surprise Packet aAVti 1x111 JL1US»-— for 50 clean Lids. GILGANDRA PHARMACY - (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing1. ^ Urgent Prescriptions any hour, Day or Night. Aimnm q rAHRon m.p.s. PHARHACEUTICAL CHEMIST. 'Phone 20. Miller Street, Gilgandra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET s Now is the i time to ge...

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THE ECONOMIC ASPECT OF FODDER CONSERVATION For Sheep on A Farm [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

THE ECONOMIC ASPECT O F FODDER CONSER VATION _ \ For Sheep on A Farm (BY D. KELLY, WONGARBON) For many''years' there has been"a .'strorig advocacy - of "Sheep on . the Farm" ' Mixed . farming : ic ; has; been, i called. 'At.leastvone large financial; in stitution refuses to lend money on a purely wheats growing proposition, - and stipulated . a' conditionVof ;;mixed. farming as ' essential. "Don't have1 all youi" eggs in one bnsket'Vluis.be i coine a common.-provsrb,'-.and ;.ht . the : presentitimo' it have become. tlie'.cus:,, torn to' keep sheep on'every farm.,. | 'It will" be well • to _ examine this j 111 x*ed-faming piactice in the light of p^sent prices tfoi sheep products, and the average seasonal conditions. Willi a drop in farmers' wool piicc-> from 20(1. to 10(1or less,'profits from' the farm flock roceiycd a sev ere shock.. It Shas also been fairly [well deinonstiated in the. last five years that it is niuch more safe and satisfactory thing to' aim- for a" crop of whea...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 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. 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 feefore affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN C L O T H, 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 l/'l yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR AT tlx Borne of value A J HABGOOD PLUMBER & GALVANISD IRON WORKER iSole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross Windmills, and all other Goods of that Company's Manufacture. Always In Stock — No Waiting ■ Windmi...

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A Shire Revolt [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

A Shire Revolt "Up in Queensland, under the quc-.-j franchise ■-incorporated in the Local Government" Act by the Labour Tarty, the A.L.P. were enabled to capture several Councils. At Innis fn'l, for instance, only Labourites have been - elected to the - Shiro Coun c!), and, as usual where Labour gats into the sadde, there has been such wholesale borrowing and- squander ing ihrit the' end of the tether has bee,, reached. A huge debt has been piled up—thcgang in control seems lo have got about 10/- worth of .work Cor evdVy:!£V expended.; But worso than everything: else, tho spendthrift mob put up the rates to—genoral 9*d in the £ ovor the-whole Shire, °oan rates 5id. in the £ over the whole ■Shire! Undcivthe new Act brought in bv the .new Government, there is a different' franchise, and farmers and landholders have now risen .'is one man to:boot the incompetents out anil restore-sanity in Council affairs. And not before it was needed either, so far,as we can see. At the last meeting o...

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The Bump of Hypocrisy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

The Bump of Hypocrisy "The I/'ttle Rascal" writes in the "Gundagai Independent": How use toss that.portion of our beautiful Lit any_ seems; which says-:...''Give peace in oiir timep-'O Lord!'.!- For over 05 yearsvthis'- \\;ritor has/been reptating the refrain, in common .with, millions of Anglicans;. Yet in that time; some of the, most- bloodthirsty and cruel wars ihaye-.'rbeen fouglft.-V Some, we can" remember: American :'Civil War, where bro'ther fought'.brother, and •father fought againstiison;* -.•'.•••Now Zealand:> War; .where "we who say, 'Give pcaco;:'in our time, 0 Lord," killed the noble Maori in -thousands, and took his country from - him. "Peace in- our" time!" Chi'ist says, 'Bo ware of .the' liypocr tes:" ;■ And'-well TT iv might, for we are fair kows. In 1870 7 L -.there'was; the-frightful' Franco German War;. Wars- in South Africa; Boer War;; War. .in Soudan/ whore Australian captured a sick donkey. ■Las-'ly, the. big fight-wth .Kaiser Bill, in which the ikilled and...

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

ITEMS OF INTEREST At the last meeting of the Coona l)nrabran--Shiro^Co«ncH?thprf.oUo;win'jf, i-iiti\s wove dccideil on:— General rate, 2J(l't in the'local-rate, 2d.; Paradino local 1 ate, 2d •; Binnawav local ralc/2tl.'; street lighting local late (Coonabaiabran), 1M*. Wai-k and Deans, voted against the motion. ~ ' - , Thus the'Orange "Leader": Horse rafng'and-; trotting enthusiasts.;arc.,of. tli'e opinion that unless a rcdijctio,-,.is ; made in the taxes demanded by the Government: -from the .meeting,the sport stands a big chance of £9I!)S down'on the. Western lincv Takc;tho trots at Batliurst las': week. . The akings were little more than .titOO yet £'10 has to come out of that for taxes-and. insurance., fees. For ovt'ry. person who pays 5/- to go to tae sport,- the government. : grabs 7d,: wlii'.b another penny goes'-on every ticket - sold ;at the outer ga.te,,.. Then, the clubs have to- pay 5/t...insurance,, ►for every, driver, nndthe Government rcce-'ved. £7/10/0 out of each £1...

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

Friends Squabble • Travelling around the country_ in scavch of work, two males, who up to the present have been partners" in everything, y including their means of conveyance—one owrfing the ; sulky and the other the horse of their turn out—came to blows at their- camp' on the Tinnacle Road, Orange, on. Sat urday night. Finding; that ' his fists wore- making no impression; on ■ ; the face of his "friend,"-one of the coni batants seized the.'jointly-ownecl hur ricane lamp, !and hit; the other a swinging-: blow on ?the :;li3ad;i causing severe lacerations; \ A •» call - was :sent for j the OraRgo:i-'yAinbulance,"&which' conveyed the injured man,' whose name is James-Smithers; to -thc hos pital. wliere lie was admitted- Cor trputment. "

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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