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

MENDOORAN NEWS ;A- new • tractor foy-. the', local, district bu: not .for--othcr."P3rl3,-.o.f. Australia, was purchased byMr. G. Yeo, of "Yarrow." It was a 'John Deem. * ; nctors arc only sold subicet to- an - exhaustive 'tost ? of; eight hours, . if ahrn^not^satiijlactory they are with drawn from- ihc paddock. Fortunatc '-V' the ^manufacturers* hayc,-. not yet '-ad tc take th'e machine out of the paddock after -the - eight ; hour, test, which speaks for. itself.-Mr. Gould was the expert from T-.". Rob:nson •and Go . ,• and gave the tractor a good test .by pulling ,14 disc cultivator, and live 'furrow; plough. The trial was. \erj satisfactory. The Rural Industry BoamfwypE THE','R\JRAE*INDUST-RIES?B.O Alt.Q • ■ Mr Wijtney,: one of the; three .mem bers of the board'lie'd his court a'" Mendooran -.nonwthe' J 9th,; 20th and 21st instants. He was kept very basy working, "day and- night. Applicants. came front all -round the district to meet him. FIRES On the 17th of February a five oc cu...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FIREBALL AT MOLONG Residents' Panic [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

FIREBALL AT MOLONG Residents' Panic During 'the thunderstorm which struck ' Molong, on Saturday even- ing, the lightning was so vivid that it did not surprise residents to hear   of trees being struck. But they were not, prepared for the sensation that was to follow. About 6 p. m . a clap of thund- er; much louder than any, that had preceded was followed by a lightning flash, and immediately what appeared to be a ball of fire, struck the residence of Mr. and Mrs. O'Keeffe in Gidley Street and almost wrecked it. The family escaped injury by get-     ting under the table. The fireball then travelled down the street, where Mr . Thomas , Gadd was knocked un- conscious and had to receive medi-   cal attention. It then struck the home of the Leatham's, a little further along,     wrenching one of the- doors from     its hinges and injuring Miss Belle   Leatham. .No cheques•...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A Swaggie's End [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 February 1930

A Swaggie's End Strolled into Molong on Tuesday         last, an old swagman, who looked as if he had passed the allotted span.   He dumped "Matida" down in the   bar of the Court House Hotel, and       asked for a drink, which was given to him. . Some time later he laid     down on a couch in the parlor, where   he was observed by Mrs. Hobson, wife of the proprietor .Noticing that the old chap seemed ill, Dr. Connolly was   telephoned for, and on arrival dis- covered that the man was dead .He had nothing on him whereby he could   be identified, but a post mortem ex-   amination revealed that death was     due to natural causes. He was buried on Wednesday, unhonored and un sung.

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Clearing Sale [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Clearing Sale /Messrs Chvifitio Bros, report liav-. ing: conducted a most successful sale at "Dooroombafy" on Friday las.'. :account"Mr.- II. D. Heed. Then? was. a; very big attendance of district residents present and every thing was sold; out: under the hammer at sat:s> rp.ctory prices.

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Hillside v. Bungey [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Hillside v. Bungey . In the above match played at Bun gay, Il'llsidc were victorious by 39 'runs in a two innings contest. Ccorcs:— ■ HILLSIDE—1st Innings 13. Rogers, lbw, b McLeod '2 Buckingham, b .Wilson • 2 Sefton, b Wilson ' ^ ; 1 j Senimler, b Wilson 0 E. Shroud, b Wilson . - O j W. Milg'ate, b Wilson 0 L. Raynor, b Wilson- . 7 | R.-. Groche. b McLeod 7| E. Reid, not out 1 R. Semmleiyb Wilson ; 1; ■; G. Groche, b Wilson 0 Total '■ 29 BUNGY FIRST INNINGS S". Wilson, not out - 30 B. Law, run out „ , * 1 D.'-Tyrell, l.b.wlj b Buckingham • 0 D/. McLeod; c Groche; b Raynor 11 0. Shields, run 'out - 0 Shields, c Semmlcv, b Rogers • 1 .II. 'Wilson, c and b Groche ■ 0 . T.' Wilson, b Groche - * d C.- McLeod, b Raynor ~ 2 C. Coxhedge, b Gi'oche ' 0 -Total .10 " In- the second innings Hillside ^corod 118 and Bungey were ally out for 39. v.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

£-3x-xsx»s Host. eetmomieerif ffof bottis, ff©l# Cllsls I ~and babies to® I / (Bix&mutee % Miivufricfityftl in Swtiuy !>>/ WEARPROOF HOSIERY LIMITED W'holffilf only hi/ WEARPROOF HOSIERY (SALES) LTD. I'vclci^Hk ^t near Cleveland Ivcilfcrn. Plionc l(cdi SOS MARBLE" BUTCHERY ALL beef and mutton OF top quality. Simply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Cattle and Lambs—Never Sacrificing Quality for Cheapness NOTE ADDRESS—MILLER ST., GILGANDRA, : D. J. and P. V. McCarthy proprietors. Phone 35. P. H. WAKE holmlee BORDER LEICESTER STUD Registered No. 124 in the A.L.W'.b. Association. jt* 4 i mr f i * ?$l i' * r# i*hi &M '3 'uk t it a ^1 m v c i ^■*s(§v Tlic Ewes of the above Stud wove purchaspd from LOWS attd GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Spocial Stud r&h19# three of the oldest registered slu ds in New Zealand. The above Ram Lamb is only 10 months old, and shows great ton qualities and character. inspection invited.

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THE LATE MR. JOHN KNIGHT Passing of Grand Old Pioneer [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

THE LATE MR. JOHN KNIGHT Passing of Grand Old Pioneer ':v.:v-W'hen.i.'the"'.sad: news was revived that Mr.' John Knight, of * Holy Mount; iBelai'siCreek; "Goonabarab."iti";' had- collapsed while travc-ll'ng ~ by t.'ain :to : Sydney.vgenoral : regret.v \v£t3' xpressed 'by-all: N - Up until the ..Saturday-previous (o his death'the la e Mr. Knight had enjoyed the: best; of health despite, his ;,75 -years,- the^only: sickness he had-: ever suliired Avas when lie undery.' -nt: a; slight -operation about four years ago. Born at Belar Stat'on in December: 1855, -where his late fa.her was then ^manager;: he aifterwards lived his .young l:fe ;with his parents on tneir . sheep station known as "Tannabah" ■ which his ^father had taken up and 'Avh'chiis .situated at the head of Be"ar: ■ in *lie W'arrumbunglc Moun tains. ;and now owned by Mr. Alf Knight. sAVhi'e a young man deceased took ;up a station which he selected ad joining "Tannanbah," which is known as ''HoPy Mount," where he and his you...

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Australian Born [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Australian Born Mr. and Mrs. Robbins, of Kandos, v.*ere born and married in Rylstone, and the family consists of 12 child ren, 41 grandchildren, 6 great-grand, children. Their eldest son is 54 years of ago. Nearly all the family reside in or near Kandos.

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HORSES ALWAYS "Be Kind-to-Animals' Week [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

HORSES ALWAYS "Be*Kind-to-Animals' Week The horse still live$, - works and thrives :'n every country in the. world, to a more or less degree of ultillty and service.. In some countries.he is overloaded and beaten, in others he is eaten, again in certain lands he is regarded as' a god, and in many— . just nothing. But here in Australia from tho lowly milk cart to the racecourse ho is paramount, regarded by all as the f.-iend and servant of man, and as such deserves all the care and kind ness which his intelligence and work demands, even to the extent of per sonal inconvenience to the owner and driver. Since the R.S.P.C.A. took up the work among horses 57 years ago, tha lot of this faithful animal has im proved in numerous ways., and right throughout the State of New South Wales, the message of the Socioty has penetrated. • Commencing vrth a Gymkhana on. 1st March at the Horses' Home. Littla Bay "Be-Kind-torAnimals' Week" will be officially opened on the Srd at Farmers ,at which addre...

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DEATH OF MR. R. R. RICHARDSON [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

DEATH OF MR. R. R. RICHARDSON At -Tottenham Community Tins pital on . Tuesday last the dentil oc curred of Robert Ray Richardson, aged 42; son of the late William Rich ardson; "o'f Merrygoen, and Mrs. Richardson, now of Baradine, • The-deceased had only been ill-a few days when -his removal was ord ered to the hospital, where Drs-, Granger (Tottenham) and Hender son (Parkes) performed an opera ion-, but despite every care and attention he passed away as stated. . Born.at Merrygoen, and eonnao'ed • with a pioneer family of that d'st:ic~; deceased /purchased'. "N:lco," a .gra-'.-' ing property near To tenham, about Beven years ago, .where he has siij cessfully ;carried on operations ever since. He-married Miss Viola-Man-, usii, of: Mendooran, and a fami'y of two girls (3; and 5 years) and one boy (8 years) are left to mourn tile loss of a loving husband and father... The deceased saw active service in I ho world war. having several years lo his'credit, and was a man who was uiiive'^a^...

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GUARANTEES TO SETTLERS "S M. Herald's" Doubts Mr. Thorby's Explanation [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

GUARANTEES TO SETTLERS "S M. Herald's" Doubt .Mr. Thorby's Explanation The "Sydney Morning Herald," ir. Nits financial columns published iin art'clc to the effect tha", although iv. H. V. C. Thorby, Minister. tVr .'Agriculture, had stated that there was plenty of money available for the guarantees to settlers, they would be we'i advised against placing too niuch. reliance on receiving accommo dation in terms: of the Adva'ncc /.to Settlors Government Guarantee Act. • /When interviewed, the Minister stated that he did not advise settles, not to communicate with the Guaran tor;,Board, but to approach their own isbanks. He emphasised the fact i-hat i if the bank was not prepared to ra i ceivc the application, and make the necessary recommendation, the Board, could not deal wi.h the case; ITe then i advised settlers in. necessitous circum i stances, who were unable to obtai.i i finance under the scheme to mei;t 'their requirements this sealson, to apply a? once to the Rural Industries Br...

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Week-End Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

W[eek-End Cricket ' On ' Sunday the Gilgandra Colts first eleven will vis.t Eumungeno ami engage tho locals in a friendly y ■ match,. The game will commence •" atriO 'a.m. and cars leave Gi-gandra , at 9 o'clock. The following team wll~ represent: the Colts:—-H., J . and K. . Williams, L. Matchett, P. Reynolds, D. - Whitton, J. : Marchant, Arthur :■ Noonan, T. and D. Ryan, N. Meers, J. Ferry (12th). The seconds - will be at . home to :a : i team from Balladoran,'play 10 com- ■ i mcnce at 10;30- pn the recreation* I ground. The-: team'will be:'— ,Ferry,-G^^ljleming, F. Smith, B. i ,V i Wood, D. Fisk,.' J. Morris, W. El- A som, G.'Clark, W., McGowan, A. Ilobbs, J Hacker, H. Weston (12th). j .District Wool No quotable, alteration was ;ex- N perienced in wool values at this week's Sydney v auctions. Winch- {' combe, Carson's sales included Al bert T. Fisher, Wilgara, Qiinmbono Ihoggets ntHid.,' owes' lid; R. E. ■ 'C. Ganisey, Quambonc, -ewes' 101d, .V; - and Williajn Richards, Eumungeri...

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Ireland Won [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Ireland Won ^ "One often hems a good story "VTosg a hotel bar," writes I. Soakom .".Pick 'any t1>Tce men "fli'th heads together,; and after a round ha3 baen swa'lowed there is always a cheerful soul to 'fire the latest.' Here is on*!, which even the greatest prude couM listen to and enjoy: "Two travellers drove up in a car, came into the bar and had a drink. This led to many of them and'the company being con gen iff., r( numb or of Stories were to'd. An Irishman ,who was pre sent, bet one of the travellers—a Scotchman—ton shilling's that he could tell a better story than he (the Scotchman)—cculd. 'Aijrred/ aui-l Scotty, 'you ftart first' Paddy Ihen stiid, 'Tho'ra was once a Yanke'i Vlee sports.v.iu.' 'Tiat if enough' said Scotly, and handed him the ten shillings."

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Co-Operative Effort [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Co-Operative Effort . Mudgeo claims a remarkable record in co-operative effort. Speaking at toe Kandos Co-operativo Society's annual picnic -'n Mudgee.+he Mayor (Aid. K. D. Bawdcn)' stated that co-operativo building societies had been started in Mudgee over 70; years ago, and 'lui' ing that lengthly period there had not been/ a single failure. Scores of thousands of pounds-have been ad vanced to borrowers, and hundreds of homes buili. More people own their own homes in Mudgee than in any other, centre in Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent ; MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. • Agent for Royal Insurance Co.. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General 'Commission Agents. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. : Loans negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lewest Rates of Interest. . Printed and Published by H. E. 0. CAMPBELL, sole proprietor, at his pri nting-works, Miller Street, Gilgan dra, New' South Waes. A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings. GILGANDRA SAWMILLS R. J. NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN : ANY QUANTITY ^ LARGE STOCKS OF JOINERY Xt MOULDING ALWAYS ON HAND AGENTS FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paint* and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT THE GiFT PROBLEM SOLVED. * SEND PHO...

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THE USE OF WOOL Influence For Expansion [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

THE USE OF WOOL Influence For Expansion Winchcombe, Carson- Ltd. report: For a_ long per.od the excesaivu cost of Pollen goods has undoubtedly !>ecn a-hindrance to the consumption of woo!. That brake on the use of the staple jS) however,' lessening and should gradually have effect on the rflse of :he. sheep's produce. : The Bradford Textile Record ve portfi that it is now possible for a man to purchase a suit in England of good material, fit, cut and. style at from 50/- to 75/-. Those are ready to-wear goods.. They are made l>y what are styled: multiple tailors.: Men of moderate means have been lured away, from :the made-to-measure suit owing to its h'gh cost.- The finish of the. ready-to-wear article has been -so. vastly improved that the tailor-made product has'a > strong competitor.' Cheaper clothes mean the more h-a- j quent purchase of,the mand. the util- | isation of more wool.- , i ;.-In Australia millmen:arc?no'w■'-■sell-'; !ng wholesale lots of wollen fabrics I at ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

GILGANDRA RAINFALL Appended is a" table showing the monthly rainfall at Giigandra since 1883. At our request the figures were supplied.'by the Government iVlete'orblogist. and are therefore correct^. (MlvtiAJMlJRA.—Lat.. 31 deg. 42 mm.Long., 148. deg. 41 min. Sep | Oct | Nov I l)ec | Tot' 1eu | Men | Apl) My | Jun) «iiy | Aug r. 50 I 65 | 302 121-1100 I ll'J ieur t ./an .•[ysaT_l _| —I —1146 1 • 1S84 I 30 -lb»0 | 318 72 48 156 / \Vil | 18&8 | 49 p379 1889 1120 | 108 189.0 | 30.0 lsyl | 707 ;■ layi'i 225 1893.1 270 44 i-y 48! 10 200 2ao 274 31 17ul,';; L8U4 '1805 . iay o 1807 - 189S •L809 1900 ,1001 1902 1903 1904 1905 ' 1900 .11107 , 1908 1909 1910 221. 500 09 29u 082 194 228 101 •19 22 285 72 "304 359 ' 85 229 489 1911 530 1912 191-3 1914. 1915. "1916, 1917 1918 1519 1920 .1921 1922 1923 1921 1925: 1920. 1927 10-2.8 1929 31 134 20 215 01 332 .335 53 178 213 235 0 48 89 118 133 449 140 70 108 209 50 099 05 359 143 49 0 44: 45 166 291 91 31 657 54r7 0 326 167 271 454 7 114 ; ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Asking For Time [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Asking For Time Tho Graziers' Association is asking the Federal and State Governments to grant an extension of time this year ' for pnymen: of Jncome tax, an(i to permit tho tax to be paid by instal ments. Tho President of the Asso ciation (Mr. Tout) says that such a rcuest had becomo necessary because of the very serious state of tho pas toral industry, brought about by the dry tini'cs and tho fall in the o'vices of wool.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND A DE MONSTRATION OF NEW PERFECTION KEROSENE STOVES TO" BE HELD AT THEIR PREMISES OINT Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15 REGULATED BEAT ENSURES PERFECT COOii..', <^|ass| • -mi ®\ "rz1' "t., V '-i-5 . -r Eacli burner -of the New. Per- ■ faction Oil Cook Stove is e.u.i'y regulated for .my heal — Ism', medium or. liifjh, anil Avntchirg. Clean, u-gubr^i^TiL nnkes cocking just r'ght. NEW PERFEETiCM 0JjCoc/!fio\v5axdD':~:s " A NEW PERFECTION means a clean Kileheniand less work. No -fire-to 'build-, no dirt to clean ,u/>y no.ashes to carry o:it. It bakes, roasts, boils, frys^ grills and- toasts perfectly; at .a . ioil' COit. We will demonstrate the New Perfjctioil to you to-day with pleasure in' every drop! That's because Voco starts quicker, warms the engine more rapidly. It burns evenly and steadily, driving every piston with full power through out the full length of the power strokes. In the hardest pull Voco ensures perfect knock-proof comb...

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FOOTBALL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

FOOTBALL MEETING The general meeting of the Guitti 'gambone Football Club w'll be "held on Tuesday week next, 18th Marciv; 1930. The chief business of the evening is the election of office bear ers, ' report and balance sheet. A large attendance of members and in tending members js requested.

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