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SLEEPER CUTTERS. Not Railway Employees. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

SLEEPER CUTTERS. Not Railway Employees. Mr. J. A. Clark, of Dubbo, who has taken much interest in the men, employed in the sleeper cutting indus try in the Dubbo district, some time ago wrote Mr Lang, leader of the State Labor party, with a request that he approach the'Railway Depart ment. with a v:ew to the re-employ ment of men discharged recently. Mr. .Clark has received the following let ter from Mr. W. J. Morris, clcrk to the Railway Commissioners,, on the matter:— ."With- reference to the represen tation made to yott, on behalf of n number of sleeper cutters in Binua way, Mogrigiiy, TSumungerie am) cl/r" whero, I have to inform you that t!ir matter is not one of i-o-eniployiiieir in the ordinary sense,'as the depart-' ment does 7iot employ sleeper cut ters, but buys .sleepers from them as required, the extent of Die purchases depending, of course, upon the te quirements of the service in that re spect." Mr. Clark is of opinion that, sleeper cutters are employees of tlic. Railw...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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VACUUM LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

VACUUM LECTURES. The products of petroleum are of such importance to industry, motor ing and .aviation, that no one can af» ford tQ be without some knowledge <»i iiii-- scarce of fchet*. products and the methods by tvhich they are.reiined from the crudes. The Vacuum (-U Co., in order to assist those wishing' to acquire this knowledge, have jrivaa a .series of loctures to Universities, H,gh Schools, Aero Clubs, and lc._ todies'throughout' Australia. L'v ling the week Mr. J. R. Kumars, of the company'B head, ortee, Tech iiioolEducation Department, gave Vc lurca. to representative gatairi)!^ if ch<.' aero clubs cf N.S.W., tha F'ving lorps Association, No. 3 Squadron, U.A A.F., Richmond, and to : ne fa cult: os of Engineering and Chemistry of the Sydney University. The lecturer srave a brief outline of the history of potTaleum, its origin and occurrence throughout the world. Hs was assisted in this by the screen ing'of. the"film The Aee of 00. The nature of crude p...

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OBITUARY. Charlotte Bella Furney. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

OBITUARY. Charlotte Bella Furaey. ' The old nativeborn res:dents-of Dubbo and district are, one by one," being claiiricd by the Grim Reaper, and soon ail pioneers will have gone to their rest. The last to answer , the - call is Charlotte Bella Furney, whose death took place rather unexpectedly fcst week. Deceased was the wife - of • Mr. Thomas Furney, of Brisbane street, and had reached the age of GG -years, and was born at Troy, being the daughter of tlie late Mr. and Mrs. Moore, and had resided in Dubbo the whole of her life. She had only been'; ailing for a few days, and her sud "dqta demise came as a shock to licr family and 'her many friends in the town and district, where the Furney family is widely known and highly respected. She leaves a sorrowing widow .and. lour sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of a faithful wife and devoted mother: The sons are: William (Dubbo), Alfred (Gilgan :dva)Ernest and George- (Sydney), and the daughters Mesdamcs A C. ■Rnderbv.; Dubbo), and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

Chocolate Cakes 4 02s. Sugar o Eggs ■t ozs. Butter , lb. Flour iiS™!; Au« SAW Powder . 4 ozs.-Icing Sugar O tablsspoour, Chocolate Ivubtapoons Hot Water ,'rtKOD-Cream butter and {lour and Aunt „La-fed fiat the chocolate icing °ver inro diamond shaped piece . Soft IciwE }, lb. Icing Sugar 2 tablespoons water or fruit juice, such as lemon, orange or passionftuit juice J,nTHO^.— ,r ft : liquid, i 'a saucepan> L ovcr hrc or si:-" 5auc.p?n of b«-s' •,v.u,r.' ^ . over the c a colorings can U makeci.o- 't add two table;-1"vc- - of prated or powder edVwcolaie before heating. BAKING POWDER Costs a Iittlci' ma>re—Worth a lot more T-TTT3 V TV4C Handsome Surprise Packet SAVE THE luIO.S"—~ ior 50 ctcan Lids. GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) i . «r»rf Arcr/mto T)ispensinar. Urgent Prcseriptnons any hour, Day or Night. URTTITIU <? CARROT! M.'fJS. PtT \t>TT VT^T'TTP PTT1?>TT^T '^Ttonr 20. Mil'rr Street. Hi? pnrtrfvvj ROW a mil n; vmiR vvirpi pssil <ji?t i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

Spring Goods SEE FOR YOURSELF THE NEW materials. WE'D LIKE TO have YOU SPEND A FEW MI NUTES WITH US AND LOOK AROUND SO THAT WHEN YOU SPEND your MONEY FOR clothes YOU'LL BE STYLE POSTED. THE VALUES WILL more than SURPRISE YOU. dress LENGTHS, each distinctive, in Art Silk, Ray non, Art Crepes, Voiles, Qrgandi and Tricichine. A NICE RANGE OF tobralcos, in Plain, Neat Floral Patterns and Kindergarten Patterns, 40in, at 2/6. INDIAN HEAD CLOTH, full range of the newest shadings, Colors 2/3 yard, White 1/10 yard. Neat Designs in cambrics in beautiful shadings for day frock?, 4Gin., at 1/6 yard. ORGANDI MUSLINS, in Fioral designs, 2/11 yard. COTTON FUJI (British), Pastel Shades, 40in., J/6 yard. CREPE-DE-ARTO, the Beautiful Lingerie Cloth, love ly tonings, 38in., 2/3 yard. CHECK ZEPHYR AND gingham, at 10id yard. JAP. CREPES, all shades, 7|d yard. A Special Selection of printed BED spreads, very suitable for summer use. Prices from 5/6 each. YOIJ WILL FIND THAT WE NOT ONLY HAVE THE CREAM OF ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

IT IS THEREFORE OUR BUSINESS TO KNOW, TO ADVISE AND :SUGGEST SO THAT THE BEST RESULTS MAY EE OBTAINED..'" OUR PRICES ARE COMPETITIVE, BUT, ABOVE ALL, WE BEAR RISK OF BREAKAGE IN TRANSIT. LUXURIOUS LAWN HAMiMOCK.--FulSy protec ted from ike sun ar:d wind. This Lawn Ham mock is as wide and a.s long as a single bed. The standards a-d tripods are of steel tubing; and can be folded into a small space.—COM" PLETE with two loose cushions, £14/17/0. HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE AT PRICES BELOW THOSE OF THE LEAD7NG FURNITURE EMPORIUMS OF SYDNEY. OAK BEDROOM SUF T&, done m oyster grey coior, 5ft Wardrobe with sliding trays;"Mirror 52sn. x ISin.; Dressing Table, 3£t 9in, and 4ft ©in. full pannelled Bed to match.—PRICE COMPLETE £29/10/. 'THE TENTERFIELD," with 2h>. Pillars, Porcelain Centres and Swindles, Brass or Nickel Pillar Mounts, in black or colors. 3ft 6in 4ft Sin £11/12/6 £11/15/ N VE ABEHDARE BEDSTEAD— 2i~. Pillars, Porcelain Spindles with brass or nickel mounts,' in either black of ...

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HUNTING EMUS FROM CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

HUNTING EMUS FROM CARS, It is .strange but true that many Americans visualise Australia as a land inhabited only by blackfellows, but Mr. C. S. Fletcher, an Australian, who formerly occupied many import ant posts in the Sturiebaker organi se. t.on in Sydney and who is'now i:i the Unite-' States) has been dispell ing: the erroneous conception. Besides telling them of the won derful progress which has been made by Australia during the last 20 yean, he also told of a spectacular hunt for Kangaroos and emus in the bush 50 miles outside of Leeton. An unusuai feature of the hunt was the lassooing of the quarry from the running boards of the car., To conform with the law the kangaroos and emus were released after, the party had had the thrill of capturing them alive and jihci tographing them. Descr bing tho hunt, Mr. Flctcher told his audience in America of the merry chase.which four emus led the party. Though the way was through scrub and over rough piain, the Er:" skine, in. which the hu...

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THE VALUE OF THE CLIP America and Wool. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

THE VALUE OF THE CLIP America and Wool. v'lVinchccmbc, Carson Lid. report: , Various statements have been in circulation regarding tho.. decline in .wuutray value the Australian clips are likely to snow this season. Cal ^UiflUons arc largely conjecture be cause no; person can donr.itely state what the future holds, tjornc of liiu figures quoted," however, appear to !)c u'iiauiv pessimist.C;1 Actually it .iooite i»s though tho total return will bu iti>out au per cent- less than for the Previous season. The. portion of i:ht. cl.p sold in -..the '.Commonwealth • last selling year realised £57,000,000. 0:i the percentage quoted tho total th.s season would be just on £40,U00,00i>. In addition the pi-ocecds of about iuO,000 bales sold abroad must be i'.ddetf. Base on present values the; actual wool shorn should therefore, be worth approximately £'13,000,000 without taking into account the wool exported on shocp skins. A few recent Sydney catalogues have averaged 12Sd per lb which is...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

CRICKET. Oncc agjun cricketers had to re sort to some other way of filling in the- week-end other than that of a cr'ckct match. The match originally arranged for Sunday last against Gil gandra'Colts-had to be postponed to a later date owing to the Gilgandra tcajn having anoMicr engagement. This information camc to hand too late to enable another match being arranged. Just at th's time of the season, /and 'especially taking into consideration the. inability of the club to seruvc adequate match':*, this is very diwippoijiting. and the Gnlar club officii;, trust, that Gilgandra will notify the loo-al team's secretary t.lie firrt Jjucday the will be able to in- < vite ths Iocs! team dows, At^ths time of writing negotiations rae ia hand fo:- a return match with Toorawtc nah, to be played next Sunday. For the following- Sunday a challenge lias-: )>oen longed with thy secretary of- the Armatree club for a match for the H. ,5. Lewis aiuV Son cup. At present Armatree are the ho...

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WITH A BANG. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

WITH A BANG. The musicianmet the village choir on their way to ■-practice, laden with .music rolls. ' What aro you going to play? lie asked them.. Bach, replied the choirmaster. We always play him. . TUit dont you find Bach -a .littlo difficult? 'E was at first, su'd the. choirinaw ter, but wo smartened 'im up and new he goes' just fine. SHE PASSED THE TEST. They were discussing tho new ty pist. ' ■ ■ What-do on think of 'her? asked the boss. How is she doing her work? The ;chicf iclerk lookedl a. little doubtful. Well, I don't know, he said. But she spells atrociously. lleally, said the boss. She must be pretty irood, then, I'm sure 1 could not spell it. I CUCKO. Pat had been shown nearly every clcck in the shop, but didn't care for any of them. The weary, assistant brought'forward, a cuckoo clock and set the hands at 12 o'clock. The door flyw open and the cuckoo thrust its head out and cuckooed. How do vou like that? he askod. ■■...'■No,, deplied Pat. >It's- trouble to \v;nil' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

THE A.B.C. CAFE MILLER STREET :: GILGANDRA PHONE 73. (s being renovated throughout, and will be completed within the next few weeks.' ( The new proprietors are installing a 14ft Soda Four. '"tain, I3ft Show Case, 34in Back Bar, Mirrors on all "ules of the Refreshment Room set in maple, besides i-ny other up-to-date improvements. ',Then completed the A.B.C. "Cafe will be second to V • • none in the West. NOTE.—-We have no connection with any other shop in town. PETERS AND €0 PROPRIETORS Sole Agents for Geo. Ada ^5 Rich Cakes and Cream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS SELECTED BY ALL DISCRI MINATING BUSINESS MEN ON ACCOUNT OF ITS Durability, Sturdy Construction and Perfect Press Work. "Compare the Work." SYDNEY PINCOMBE*LIMITED AUSTRALASIAN AGENTS: 46-48 HUNTETi STREET, SYDNEY. RED COUPON COMPETITION Post your Certificates before December 15th, 1929 to RED GO UPON CO. 114 George Street West, SYDNEY. Watch This Space, for the Result. e t t 'M the carblirettor...

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IN THE SMOKRE. NO WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

IN THE SMOKRE. ; :| NO WONDEK. :-j 'JCho olilj (lady was • fcing- shown round Nelson's famous flagship. Shi: had already' made good iuo of her Navy week opportunities, and afUr. r.H :tho modern craft she had scon uk .•Victory.':did not empress her- v.-.y.v much... •But the^ guide was determined. He showed her treasure ■■.after treasure, but all to no purpose. Finally ha paused beside the raised brass plate '■that marked the spot where the great admiral was wounded. • . ' Hero Nelson fell!'he announced .in deep.' dramatic terms. ■■■•■■. ■ No-wonder, exclaimed the old lady; 1 nearly fell there myself. ; v • . . THE FINISHING TOUGH. Uncle Toby was on a visit, am! as he dandled Tom on his;-knee, the..lit tle chap prattled about .this and that. Mother was ever, so-pleased to see you, lie said. Was she? Undo replied. That was very kind of her. • Yes, went on l'ttle Tom; -when .she saw you coming up the-garden pal h she said: This is the finishing touch. STUCK. • Little Freddie was prepari...

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P.M.G. PIRATES THE COUNTRY. Increase in Telephone Rates [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

P.M.G. PIRATES THE COUNTRY. Increase in Telephone Rates Tfee first blow to be struck ofaci ally by the new Federal Government at the countrymen, and particularly the country businessman, has boon struck by the Postmaster-General; We are advised that new rates are to apply, and that'practically all the towns of New South Wales which have previously boon charged one penny per call for telephone conver sation, will in ■/future be charged; 2.T per cent moro. Th© telephone subscri bers rn this town and district come in this category. On the other hand, metropolitan subscribers to the telephone are:to re main upon their old rate; but will have a farther privilege of obtaining ail numbers within an extended radius a" live miles past the previous limrfl of ten miles from the post office, at a cost of 1 d per call. A small increase in rental..will'be. charged alike in the crty, .nnd in most of the country towns. But at; every body knows it is the :alls on the tele phone which cost the monoy ...

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SAFEGUARD THE RAILWAYS. Transportation of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

SAFEGUARD THE RAIL WAYS. , Transportation of A^ooL,:; ^ Graziers are asked" by ;"the'- cxecu< t've committee of the GraziersV A-fo ciation to- discourage the carriag;. ;; wool on motor lorries where rail fa eilities exist for its transportation. A:-, the executive committee sees' t, i more and move wool is transports by motor in competition with lly railways the chances of reduction in rail freights in general will- become more and more remote, and' the path of railway service improvement w li become .more difficult. Yet reduced rail charges, and improved" rail ser vice, are of primary' importanco to the pastoral industry. INTER-DEPENDENT. Here a>e fundamental facts: The pastoral industry- cannot do without the railways; the railways cannot do without the wool traffic. The pastoral industry and the railways are inter dependent. Is it not logical, there fore'that they should support oach other as far as reasonably poss'ble? Our annual wool clip constitutes most valuable...

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A DECIDED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

A DECIDED SUCCESS. The bazaar held in connection v"Ui Oie Chiivch" of;England last; Saturday afterno.cm in premises recently occu-. pied by P. S. Hawkins proved. <a wonderful success. The committee and secretary ■wish lo thank' the public in general and all those who assisted to 'make tlie.nfTair so successful.. The premises were kindly given for th.e. occasion. . . ..

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THOSE CANBERRA BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

THOSE CANBERRA BLOCKS. A-case of more than.passing inter est was heard at tWySupreme Court' sittings at'Bathurst last week, before Mr. Act:ng Judge Maxwell, K.C., in which' John Healey, farmer, of Narro , mine, proceeded! against Canberra Freeholds, controlled by Henrv Fer ■■■. d'nand Halloran, in regard to the v sale of certain blocks s'tuated at or near Canberra. Plaintiff accused de fendant of intent to induce him to ...purchase/certain allotments in a eer tain-subd:vision, known as .Canberra Freeholds Estate, Lctchford subdivi ■ sion, falsely and fraudulently rcure rentlncc to , plaintifr that such allot ments were splendid investments and dc-sirable residential and business sites, ion which he should realise the purchase price in six'months. Miv Shand, K.C., and Mr. Louat, ' instructed by Mr. R. W. Younc. ao nenred for defendants; Mr Monaghan, K fl.. Mr. Pilcher,. instructed bj* Jloss-s Woddell, Davies and Sharpe, fo" "lfli"tifF. Mr. Monaehnn onened the case to <)>...

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"GULAR THE LIMIT." Rabbit Inspector's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

"GULAR THE LIMIT." Rabbit Inspector's Report Following is ihe rabbit inspector's report' which ,'wasj submtited to the last meeting' of the Coonabarabran Pastures Proteciton Board. Its con sideration, was postponed until the in spector's return from holidays. CURBAN BORE. ... Trough half full; a stick has been placed under the ball cock to cut wa ter oil" as the rubber washers in the water schute are perished. This has .happened before and causes the trough-'to sink at one end where the wate-rover/lows. The mill wants oiling:, as the gears are very noisy and a::e wearing. The tanks are both full and overflowing. The water- was run ning away into the creek and also under the tankstand. The weight of water in one of the tanks,, owing to the ground being saturated, is causing tho foundation tQ sink, which will.' is left in this condition,- eventually burst the tank, also break the con necton between tanks and put the board to some expense. I telephoned J\Iv. Finlay to go and oil tho mi...

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CLEVER CONFIDENCE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

CLEVER CONFIDENCE TRICK. Stating that lie was a jockey, a sharpe. recently v-ctimised Broken Hill prominent"racing offh.il., The jockey and a woman whom he intro duced as his wife, arrived in the town a few weeks ago, and meeting "the racing official in the street, said he had ridden in hurdle races in Sydney, arid had Been asked by a trainer to 'ride at Mooney Valley. Ho had .set out J>y car, so. Irs story ran, but when near Menindie his car had broken down. He said he had not enough mo ney to have the car repaired, and asked for the loan of £5, with which the -racing official obl:ged. The man .promised that he would wire the mo '.•hey,- but after numerous visits to the post office the racing official wrote.to the A.J.C.. and received the following reply: "Blank, the jockey, has not •bcfm out :of Sydney for some time." Moral: Do not trust impecunious joc keys o" other wayfarers.

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NOXIOUS WEEDS. Use of Chemical Exterminators. Constants Alertness Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

NOXIOUS WEEDS. Use of Chemical Extermi nators. ■Constants-Alertness Needed.' I There is no royal road lo weed | control. Constant alertness nnd ca-iy i action fin; necessary if weeds aio to | bo doalt with moat economically; and i though there arc. vnrioun mousures | which sometimes can- foe, used to ad vantage where weeds have 'been per i mittod to become established, there j u rc species which, once in possession of property are 'only eradicated at I a prohibitive cost. Farmers should note that most of. our bad weeds have been ..introduced/ All had small:beginnings and we must j bn on our g-uard to prevent, others, | which ■ can become quit sauscrleo I which can become quite as serious, j from also becoming established. Landowners should endeavor to i make themselves -familiar with *the !■ plants growing on their properties, land view with suspicion any newcom er, a specimen of which should be for warded to tho director Botanic Gard ens, Sydney, for identification. Nature has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

GENUINE TANK-SINKING PLANT FOR TANK SINKING AND ROAD MAKING. q ri VChampion" Heavy-Outy Unbroalc ablo Steel Boam Plows.-—In inoiols 63, Gi, G5i 66, 67, and 69. Weights irom 901b to 3151b "CHAMPION" KABBIT PLOWS. Specially made for ploughing .out Rabbit Burrowe. (Hampton renewable i u:uieis. Made in sizes,:—• ' No. 3, capacity 3 cub. ft; No. 2, capacity 5 cub. ft; No. 1, capacity 7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity 10 cub. ft-. Will outlast 2 or 3 of any other make. Amslrbta-Hottawl Limited, 4 Btfdoje Local Agents: W^terii SftfrGS. THE-WESfKSN STORES LTD.

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