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Paper's Error [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Paper's Error Messrs H. E. Mcintosh, and Co. Have caused to bo issued out of the Supreme Court, on behalf of William I S'mon, of Liverpool S'reet, Sydney, a writ c'aiming £10,000 damages against Associated Newspapers. Ltd. and Voltaire Molesworth, for alleged l"*b*el, alleged to be conta'ned in an of the '"Daily Guardian," tf. F bruary 20. The paper, apologised . for the error in the following issue. I f the case reaches the court it should |.provide an interesting education on. tho ethics of journalism.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

. C.W.A. The first general meeting for 'tie years of the C.W.A. will be held in Br'eris' Hall, on Saturday week next, < 15th'inst at 3 p.m. A large atten dance of'members is'requested.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gilgandra Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Gilgandra Football Club 'ATheJattention of all those inter ested v in'. football is directed to the advertisement in this issue' notifying that 1he anhuaV general meeting of the Gilgandra Football Club will be hold' On Wednesday, March 12, fit 7?i30 p.m., in the Memorial Institute. Sco the Perfection Stoves ■ Demons>riy'ted at The Western Stores and Edgley's Ltd., on 14th and 15th.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REQUEST GRANTED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

REQUEST GRANTED The Licensing Reduction-Board hns gran'ed the request for the surrender and cancellat'on of the license of the Club House Hotel, Gulargambonc, It is nigh on twelve months -sincc the hotel was totally destroyed by fire. - It was conducted by Mr.. Ti ll. .He'ler, and since the fire the bar business has been carried on in tem porary 'premises. Mr. Heiler wnd not disposed to bu'ld and the case for and-against the delicensing of the hotel was heard in Gulargambons 3'c cent'y. The Licensing Reduction has granted the request of the licensee and in accordance with their decision the license will cease to be in foru-3 after the 24th August next, but the premises may. be closed earlier if the licensee so desires.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Best Ever Seen [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Best Ever Seen "Coonabanib 'an'b -19Lh show ^'as opened in beautiful weather on Feb ruary 25. There was a large nt'er.il arlce . The nominations in all; classes wore more numerous than in prev:ous years, the wheat samples, exhibited being of a very fine quality. Sheep, both in qun'icy arid number, we'.'e the best over seen at the-show. ;Mr. L. T-. Cunningham, M.P. for Gwydir, offici ary opened iho show.1

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

"The Ashes The New Sou YWa'cs.members ot Ihc Australian cricket team .for laiitl ^vcrc ■ cntcrtainud ;at ;cl,nneir ,last »vctk■ by.1 tbo'-Mcw .South,-AV.ales C i' i c - kot Association. Mr• M ., A. ^«olf exjirsescd- confidence, ■that . .the , '.cam would bring buck the ashes.

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

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

THE A.B>C. CAFE NOW COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA TIONS • FOR COOLEST DRiNKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM and LATEST AMERICAN^ANCY SUNDAES. A. Trial Will Convince^ You PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS GILGANDRA Sole Agents fo* Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and *!ream, Sponges, at Lowest Prices. RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION. Mrs. Marsland, Downie St., Dung;ig: Mrs. Burrell, 64 Corlet:© St., Cook'* Hill. Mra. E. A. Smith, Husseil it., Woon . ona. Mrs. Miller, 1 Conibr St., Paddinjchon Mrs. Wrrroil, Garrong Rd., Lakembi.. Mrs. Roy, 70a Alfred 3t., Mascot. Mrs. .J.- J. Hannon, Forest Rond, • Peakhirst. • Mrs. Moore, 116 Mort's Rd., Mort • dale. ■ Mrs. Wilson, Scojfc .St.-, Newcast'c. Mrs.: Sloane, I-Iillcrest St., Wollon- . gong. - - ' Mrs. Halford, 51 Andreas 3j;ra«t, Potershnm. ■■■'•. Mrs. R. Waltisbuhi, 7 Smith Str.'el,. Mayfleld. . Mrs. Guy. 45 William St.; Tigha'ji Hill. * '■ E. Woods, 134 Chnpol St;, MaiVic!? ville. . Mrs. C. Boo:h, Dudlsy .St., Rofemont, Mrs. Dudley, Bank'n Terrace Street, Bot...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Rabbit Skins Lower [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

, .Rabbit Skins 'Lower ■ , Winchcombe, Carson Ltd, report: Supplies at-Wednesday's Sydney rab-l bit skin sales totalled 25 tons. Val ues were generally easier. On the j average the market was Id. lower.'! Heavy -pelts and does weremost af- ' fected. Ilacks and half growns did not show ""much change. Racks sold ■ from 28d. to~ 29d. per lb.,.3rd pelty, 18d. to 19d., 4th pelty 12d. to 13d.,'' does lid to-14d., J and 9 growns 20d to 21d., kittens and smalls 5d. to.;! 12d., 1st does 15d. to 16d., 2nd does I 9d. to lid., .greasy 6d. to lid, blacks ) to 18d,. fawns to 12d. Hare skins re al'sed'from 12d.to 7/9 per dozen. . I

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

Dooroombah Sale Mr. Gordon Leeds, the well-known Orange auctioneer, who purchased (he above property through the ajfoncy of Messrs Christie Bvos., Gilgandra, entered into possession on lit hist., and is well pleased with Irs purchase. "Dooroombah!' hqs an area oI' 4,800 acres and is one of the best known station properties in. this; district. Mr. Leeds proposes, to use the property principally ;.f ■' Longwool. .-sheep and his Border' LqiccstcrSlud should proVc a district; acquisition, to the district,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH And Immigration [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH And Immigration A visitor to Gilgandra and district dur;ng the week was Mr. D. Rankin, Secretary of the Immigration Depart, ment of the Presbyterian Church m New South Wales. On Sunday af ternoon he addressed the Congrega tion at Curban on the immigration activities ofthe Church and conduct ed the evening service at Gilgandra. He gave an address on the schemes of the church—referr'ng part:culariy to the' part being taken in the mi gration movement. • In an interview with the "Weekly"^' Mr. Rankin said that 'for the past few years the Presbyterian Church has been actively engaged in nomin ating to th!s State families of good character, who have been carefully (pricited from the Presibyterinln Churches of Britan. The men are all experienced farm hands," wil'ing to undertake any duties on farms and stations, and their wives are prepaivd to engage in domestic work on tho>_. properties where their husbands are employed . : - The next party, con's'sting of.: eight r...

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JURY FAILS TO AGREE After Being Empanelled for 14 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

JURY FAILS TO AGREE After Being Empanelled for 14 Hours After having been empanelled from 3.35 on Tuesday afternoon until 6 o'clock on "Wednesday morning, the ■ Dubbo "Quar'ier Sessions jury failed to reach.an agreement in the case ot' four men accused of robbing Kiin land's rubber works on January 23. Roy Cld^ient ; - .Glover " (19) ; .jAlfred Ly c Cox-.(21), John :Donohue (22), John Edward Eves (2G) and.- John Bennett (27) ^vere?chargefl -with hav^' ing broken- and : also, with feloniously, receiv'ng the tyres,? knowinj^fthem to: Itvg 'been stolen. Glover,: who-.-admitted !guilt, 'and._ said that he', alone had been, rsspoji sib'e fo:, the; robbery, -was sentenced to six months'-hard labour. Th.i other four men, however.>pleaded not guilty, and -although' undefended,: put up a (>-rcat fight. Donohue was responsible for some excep'ionally logical rea soning during the case, and his ad dross to the jury was an oratorical CiToit. When the jury int:mated that it eouhli not reach...

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ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

ONE MINUTE READINGS To learn, and practise on pccasioh what you have learnt, is true -plea sure. -'v' He who is a slave to-his passions canot possess, strength; of - character.: Rotten wood: cannot be . carved, walls made of 'dirt and::miidv'canno$ be plastered. Be anxious to avoid-doing.to other.! that yoiv would.-not have-theniv'to do you. , Be atract've to . serve :those' above, you; and: just- in- ordering . Those-, be neath you.. In all I'ites simplicity is - bet'er J,han extravagance. "• The wise man -will •• be slow to speak, but quick to act. If a man cannot reform h's -v,vr. heart, .wliat -jKisv ho -to ' dc'. wfc'i rc Cominp' others7 " 'If flic -mastir - ispeijonally upiuj'it his subjects will do their duty un bidden . - " - The noble- man - is' accommodating but not obsequious; the -inferior man j is obsequious but not accommodating, i i Use no:;dece't;'i.f-;youvj oppose any one, -oppose- him : openly . • ; , ..'.•.•Lok-man-. be':modest-in his • speech but liberal-in his p...

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

x Agricultural Conference : - The tenth annual conference of the Central.West Agricultural,Bureau <5p-: ened in Molong on Tuesday morning,: about. 3 00 delegates: and. friends; be ing present.:. ;T.he>^^^ corded a civic-reception by ;the May or,: and-given the "freedom; of - the city" to the School of Arts, the bowl ing green, golf'links, tennis,'courts, and' swimming baths. ■ ;The -president of Amaroo Shire '- (Gouncilloiv B.nv hay), the president of the P. and A. Association (Mr. GJasson), the pre sident of the-P. and S. Associition (Mi. G. E. Bradley), and the ch;i' man of the P. P. Board (Mr. A. 13. Carmichael), also- joined'in the wel come . ; Miv W. Watson, president of 1 he N.S.W.- Agricultural Bureau !- opened the:'congress in the: afternoon, | when -the: chairman of the Meat J3 o:i id I (Mr. J. E. Cramsie) delivered an address on the marketing of meat. I The visitors were entertained at Gam I boola and inspected Mr W... K: Glas i son's ,lr'ghclass ,Romney Marc...

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

Narromine Fatality An accident, with fatal results, oc curred'at sunset on Saturday after noon in Dandaloo Street .Narromine. from information gathered, it appears that a car,-driven 'by'a Mr. D. Stein, was passing another car. In doing so; it goVin close to the-footpath, ' from which a lady (said to be, Mrs. vBawman was just stepping, with two caldronj lier own daughter, not qu'te three, and a lit'rle boy named Ilalliday. Both children were struck by. the car, They were hurried to tho Narromine doctor and brought on to Dubbo, with haste. The little . ■ srir] died on Monday, but the boy is slowly mending. * • >

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

FOOTBALL - . The Annual .Meeting of the Gilgandra Football Club will te held fn the MemoriaMnstitute on Wednesday, March 12th, af: 7.30 P»m ■■ J ■ .'Business: i • . - • Balance Sheet and General "All 'interested cordially invited. B. GOULD, Secretary. ■ k

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TEN TRAFFIC POINTS To Guide Motorists [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

TEN TRAFFIC POINTS To Guide Motorists n : -Alfter; .elaborate . investigation- ,by ihc Eiskine Bureau for Traffic Ue ■ search,; which : the Studebaker Cor ^porafon'-ondows in -Harvard '/Univer-. sit.v,s • ten'.;trafflc commandments "for motorists have 'been evolved. Ob sviouslyiv traffic troubles are the same, irthe-'Avoivd rover, since the rules' could easily'be made appl!cable to every Australian' city. Particularly.. Jm jnesbivc and apt is> Number Nine. "The full list is:— 1 Keep your car in sound condi tion. ~ • 2 ,'Keep your car under control, it, is-dangerous if you cannot slop tin' the . assured clear: distance ahea'd.; -" 3 Keep your eye on the road, one' Second's-- inattentionv may; .mean an accident. 4 Nev^r .'.fight [for tihe right of ;.way;> the ; only,;real utility of right "of > Avay<: rules; is at inquests .; or dam-; suite. 5:■ Go :along, with "he procession, •vop ■ have- no • moi-e right to- "dva«" U-afiio: that vyou : have to jeopardise; •ypurso...

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

Hosrska" Fair A Fair in aid of the funds of the G'loraiidra :District -Hospital: will ?be hold: i n the Crystal Palaco- IIa.ll on jS:ilup'dr..y night. .Thci.'o' :\vill bo plonty-.of novelties and aiiiUEements; to .amuse 'both young and old, ^so ail attend: and-.help swell the funds of. a deserving ;nstitution.

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CUT OUT HOMEBUSH A Grazier's View [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

CUT OUT HOMEBUSH A Grazier's View At the annual 'meeting of the Iiv verell Graziers' Association a remark able proposal was made by Mr. F. Ryan, of Myall Creek— that the Homebush sales should be abolished, and that all stockowners should send their fat stock direct to the Metro politan Meat Board, for treatment. He said that the cost of sending a 58 lb. wether to Homebush was about 8/1 The average cost per sheep, from the time it left the truck unt:l the wholesale' butcher gdlt it was eight ponce. The proposal was to cut-.' out all the middlemen's profits. The M.M.I. Board would be asked to treat all:stock and pass it on to the,-, retail butcher. The fat and',the offal of a sheep paid the costs of 'putting the sheep through the abattoirs. They must have a fixed price for tho mutton, so that the stockowner would soon get'to know the actual value of a fat sheep at.the abattoirs. This vould stabilise the fat stock market, :uul would also . stabil:sc ■: the store s ock market to a great...

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

GENUINE TANK-SINKING PLANT FOR TANK SINKING AND KOA'J MAKING. - "Champion"1 Hcavy-Duly Unbrch'c able Steel Beam Piows.—in models 63, 01, G5, cg, 07, and G9. Weights /rum 901b to 3151b ' ' "CHAMPION"' ' RABBIT PLOWS. ^Specially made for ploughing out Rabbit 13arrows. , fHampior drag Scoops KittediWith •: renewable runners. Mado in sizes: No. 3, capacity 3 , cub. ft;.vNo, ;2 capacity 5 cub. ftj Nci. 1,- capacity 7 cub. £t; No. 0, capacity 10 cub. ft.^ Will outlet. 2 or 3 of «oy other malfe. •^*^stiton.K-:Kolland .Limited, '4■ Bridge1 street,' Sydney. Local Agents: Western Stores. Read what Sydney Owners think of the JV ew ERSKIME SIX then drive it yourself! ©Ms? fiswjpstffiasg vep®&'te? asked j SSaese owners —" What do you I SMssgs. qS youv Sffskatie Six?" Ttae regsHies are here sfeowaa! Mr. J, Scott Campbell, 7 Council St., Waverley, Interstate Representative writes: <fI have driven my Erskinfc Six 18,000 miles, much of it on vile back country roads of New South wa...

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