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UNKNOWN QUANTITY Prickly Pear Lands [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

UNKNOWN QUANTITY - * Prickly Pear Lands do\not;:know, other. men. .■ ;Whe ::ntho' iCrown - Lands Amend ment Bill- was being discussed in ."he Legislative -Asscmbly;oii February 20, Mr.rSvii G.:" Garter/ speaking of prick, ly:' peai".: l eases ^aid ;"It is a matter that requu'es;,very -careful handling. 'A hundred years ago in this country a vlotsof, land ;was looked upon as valueless,, and was given away in large, areas, as large as million acres b"ccks-;">To-day -- that land is being bought back-at. £4- to £5 an acre. If we are- not-careful that may hap pen with prickly pear land. W-e <io not know, what effect the insects may nave on the prickly pear .In the n)r th-wesi.-. they/ may get a temporary setback; - but in Queensland large areas have been ,cleared by the cac.to blastus, ' cochineal insect,' and red ^ider. Under the Act there is noth hnr to prevent a man taking up f>0, 000 acres, and in a few years, after clearing it with4 scientific assistance, he can 'co...

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

Land Office • Only" one application wag received at the-Dubbo Lands Office during'the weclJ. A. Aflchin applied for the conversion of special lease of 121A acres, in the parish of Narromino, county of- Narromine. '

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

A Mighty God ! Mr.- AV-. Sid well, of .the".: railway* staff. Wairga, caught a. Murray vcod weighing 75lbs. a1: Borambola:Stations using a 2fn. hook, with a bird rait. When he got the fish, Mr. S'dwell waded into the water, - and ser/ing the ,fish by the gil's, had great diffi culty in ..bringing it to the bank, which • was very s!:oep. •. The head weighed: 12£lbs., and the eyes, were 11 in. apart.

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

A Big Loss ' A gi^zior on the flat country bought a mob:of 2800 lambs just be fore the rain, at 2/G per heitd, -rfilh onetweek' to' lift them in: (says the Inverell "Times") In the meantime,■ four, inches of rain fellw and the: nra zipmvas jubilant at the big "punch" he was go'ng to make on the lambs. They were very weak, certainly,' but '.hey would soon improve on the .good feed and be worth a tidy little,"mo" • on-the purchase' price, i But when ,he :|went' to' take: delivery, only: 800 had {been mustered; the rest had died in .the wet weather, too weak to survive I the temporary trial!

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

•■"Horse Sale ' At the Gilpfindrn Salo yards on day next, March 8, Jlo.b - Clnist'e Bros, wi ] submit Icr'aue'Vn 25 head of draught horses, all brokt'n in and'-roady■ for wovk. In addition, a quantity:>.o£ draught, horse hanios-; w'll alro be oiFcrcd. THE.VERY LATEST IN STOVES See them Demonstrated at the :. Western Stores and,. Edgley's Ltd., on < 14 th and-15-h

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

Stove Demonstration .The Western Stores and Edgley's (Ltil < "announce;- in - this;-issue .that a i demonstration of :the\New.LPerfeetion I Slovo'will be held at. their *pi'einis>cs Jon "Friday and Saturday, Mavcil 14 ami 15. Housewives, shoi|ld)jovu<il ■themselves :ofv this; opportunity jto^sea; the new stove tr'ed.out, as'it bai^i boils; frys, .gril's and-toasts perfectly, at'a -low cost,-.and' besides .^means -a L-knn ki cliC'n and less work. ■

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Dunedoo as Headquarters [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

• Dunedoo as; Headquarters ; ItugbyLeague -.headquarters, "after yc.'ars . of . agitatirfh, have 'appointed Dunedoo as headquarters of Group 1 <1, and the following towns will be. 'represented at : a -do2egato~*mceUng at Dunedoo on^Iareh 16, when o(Ti iX'ors for.fhe group w'll be appointed, |and., the business placed ; on a firm footing':—Dunedoo, Leadvilic-*- Han nah's Bridge,- Coolah, Binnaway, C-oo ■nabarabran, Baradine, "Mendooran, Merrygoen, Rylstonc. Cobbora. Elong ; Gulgongi-rCassilis, Biniwaj 'Knndos. ■ Miidgee, .Dennian, Merriwa," Goolma. ■l;n!vious'y, no attempt was.nia.'.e pro . Jicrlijr.*to orgnn'se■ the group, which:in. eludes in.yts ranks many players of outstanding ability.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Old Eumungerie Man Dies [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

."Old Eumungerie Man Dies : : The dea'h .occurred at the Dubbo Distivct . Hospital on ' Monday ; of . Lachlan, McICennon. of Eumun-.j.?rie, , at the ripe old age of -,75 years. ' Deceased a single man was born at Burrow, Victoria. He was ' a vary old and highly respected resident Tof EumungeVie- for many, years : • tie ,is survived by a sister, who resides, in. V'ctoria. The- remains; were': inter red, in the Presbyterian, portion-of the I Dubbo cemetery on" Tuesday morning,, liev, Chas Yuill read the'^burial R iiv vice, and Shakespeaves liad charge of he funeral.

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Robbed of £200 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Robbed of £200 . Theatrical costumes and stage ef fects valued at £200 were stolen •from: a car at -Orange last week,: the unfor-: tunate 'losers being Mr. -and' Mrs. Hector Grey, ^recently ,residents - - of: iDubo,.-where theyiproduced!the'^vell-: known pantomime, "Sinbad .the "Sailor." ' _> * " Mr. and Mrs. Grey had travelled / to .'Orange; from Parkesj* where>ihey: had succesfully produced the panlo m:me which so charmed Dubbo". Lcav 'ing, their caiv in ; a lock-up ..garage ;at .thor Occidental: Hotel; they:were Uin-; aware of their loss iuiJil -tKe.morning, . when they discovered'v'that .the1i)cl; . of ..the -garage had :been^forced;, and ; the, articles, taken from the' back scat of the car: The matter is in the hands of. Hie :splice,;who'are.having a busy time at I tending loathe many :burglaries- which■ have recontly ocurred in''Orange;

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

Q^hk (Handsome, THERE'S a real surprise for thrifty housewives. Better put in your application now—All you have to do to gain possession is to Send §© clean lids . Sr©rat t&e tins — AU NT MARYS BAKING POWDER Don't forget this—the lids must be clean and have portion of original label attached. When you have obtained the 50 lids scad them to Tillock & Co. Ltd,, Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, with your name' and address. Buy Aunt Mary's Baking Powder from your grocer - and save the lids—the sooner you begin the quicker you can secure this wonderful surprise packet. SAVE THE LIDS BEGIN TG-DAY GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) : Faif.hftiJ and. Accurate Dispensing". TTrir<?nt Prescriptions any hour. Day or Night. %!? TTIf TP ^ PAR POTT' M.P.8. PH \RHAOETTTrCAT, CHEMIST. 'Phono 20. Millor Street.. Gilarandra., HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET Now is the time to get your old Sets in Order. < , member, the; Amalgamated Wireless Co. give • FREE S...

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PRIVILEGES OF Js. P. To be Curtailed No Sitting With Police Magistrates [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

PRIVILEGES OF Js .P. To bs Curtailed "No Sitting .With i Police . , • Magistrates' iW' The; State; Government has .-decidu'l I ;.t(D'~tfa88flegislation---wlilch'.vwill'-prohi'b:t I honorary, magistrates,^including Jus- | 'tices oi'ihn Peace, from sitt'ng on the | Bench '^vhcn, ^)oliec .magistrates- are available. , '' ' I : It was- the intention, of the Cabinet | /some: •time 'ago -/to : introduce;'sii.cli .j 'legislation,", but • iv.recent.'£ase,in , i.h-a coalfields against two Labor, members ! aiid the decis'on of ^ono'"ary. .mag's- i trates to sit -on the "Bench, has caused the Government to .,take.' immediate steps to amend the law." • The Minister -for Justice '(Mr. t Lee) ,' in;thc Assembly,*gave notice o£ i the. hill.; and^the .Government's -ini?n -Vions-regai'ding.tho proposed amended law. - ■; i | ; i In the; past- it has :been- the custom ] '.to permit'Just:ces.of'thcvPeace:to sit •Avith police- magistrates/on the'Bench. In fufure they will be prevented . At fpresent they...

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LIVING AT 104 South-West Woman Remembers Inter-Tribal Wars and Lambing FlatRiots [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

LIVING AT 104 Sc;ifch-West Woman Rem timbers Inter-Tribal Wars and Lambing Flat Riots - ^^Vhcr'•••nlVthe-fgoWi^wonj^l:Pm^awV:-••2• inc Fla* was'Still in the bowels,of the pai Ih, «nd kangaroos and brumbies doamcA 'over the silo of the future town of Young, Mrs. Catherina Woods, of Burrangong," was born. Age'l 104 years! she, is th coldest woman in the South-Wes: ' (reports j tho Voung "Chronicle"/ Her staple diet is meat and ' tea.. ] She rises early and doesnltworry... | That is her rece'pc for longevity. . Mrs;:' Woods'::eldest daughter,:.if, alive .vould be 85. L;ring in these days of talkies and wireless, Mrs. 'Woods survives the da™j when fierce tribal wars between th? blacks .were-'lought :.'acvcabouU. TT- c Lachlun and Murrumbidgeo Racks with their spcais, as they ap proached, dookeds like hordes of - w.id ,, bullocks -with horns sacking in their ha'ir, says Mrs. Woods. ., : DROWNED THE MEN Victory must have gone "to tho La chlanites, who took: all the Murt'um bidgee women pr...

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

New Yea 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 6id. 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 before affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to 3/-. • BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN CLOTH, 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 1/1 yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR AT A J H A EGOOD PLUMBER & GALVANISD IRON WORKER Sole Distributor for this District for Southern-• Cross Windmills, and all other Goods of that Company's Manufacture. Always In Stock — No Waiting Windmills, Piping, Fi...

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Davis Cup Team. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Davis Cup Team, Speaking at a dinner given to tha N.S.W." Davis Cup team, Mr. P". Peach, the President, sa;d ho thought that Crawford would come back s . worldvchampion. Willard declared Crawford would- give- Grocliot and all , others' ,a'hiding''. Harry Hopwnn said if they defeat America and get ' into the"final they would do Well.

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

Petrol Duty . Though the: Federal Ministry lias so far not reached*a decis'on on the re. finest of representatives of the States that aii-aditional tax of 21d. a gallon should be imposed by way of Customs duty on>petrol, it is believed that the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin), in view of the unanimity of the States on the matter," will; shortly recommo.nd Hie Cabinet to consider the request favorably. The announcement of the Federal Ministry's decision will not be made .until Parliament meets' • In asking foy taxation in addition :i the, present tax of 4d. a gallon, the representatives of the States asked thnL the proceeds should be handed over for road construction In the States in proportion to the amount ol netroliused in each State.

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GILGANDRA P. AND C. ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

GILGANDRA P. AND C. •ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting The annual meeting; of the Gilgari dra Parents and Citizens' Association .was held In the school on Monday, n'ght last. There was a good ai-iv. dance, Mi'. W. A. Brown occupy:::g Ihe chair. ' : ■ Thc. minutes .of' the1 previous moot ing; were read and confirmed on the motion' of Messrs Walker, -and .Trus •kett. ( ! ,' •> Thc oSocretary's annual 'report was .then : read, wliich -.was : as ; follows " ' During thc.-year .nine' general meet ing; of the association were; held, .the annual .meeting being- in February.. Tho membership totalled 124. The .following officers were.- elected■ for .the year:—Patron, Mr. D.' Mc Gregor; President, Mr W, A. Brown; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. T. B. Wes i ton and Mr. F. Bensley; -Hon. Sec retary, Mr. F.'W. Purdon; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. G. A. Withers Largely due to your association, at the beginning of the year tin -e class rooms and. offices were added to l.he :school,-under-, contract of Messrs. Wallace an...

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

Increase Feared■-<; The Transport Bill passed the 100 ond reading.in the Legislative.Assem bly by 45 votes to ^10 Mr. \V. P.. O'Hoarn, Labor MiL-A.^expressed-ihc, fear .that the bill would result in- in creases : in country railway fares,- as= ijisresult of- the .decision. >to sepava tc the tramways from the railways.

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

' >C PALACE ' ;■I 1 PICTURES -THIS* SATURDAY— .•Karl Dane and Geo. K. Arthur in "CHINA BOUND" &-.Bliddy Rodgc "CLOSE :*s and Nancy Can-oil: in ' HARMONY" THIS MOMDAY— ' Juni^ Collyer in "NOT QUITE DECENT1 and Doug-'as Fairbanks Jnr. in "THE TOILERS" t WEDNESDAY— t Charlie Chase in "MODERN LOVE'' and Barndy Oldfields in "THE FIRST AUTO" Watch for * "THE " MAN WHO LAUGHS". Greater than "THE HUNCHBACK of NOTRE DAME." HOSPITAL FAIR ~ Saturttay, March 8th, 1930 AT THE CEYSTLE PALACE HALL Stall, Novelties ajty^usual Attractions Come One! Come All! • o^no^ HELP YOUR LOCAL HOSPITAL FOR SALE \ Thoroughbred Cocker Spaniel ■ Pap,' about 10 moivblw old, Healthy dog in • jgood condition. Apply— \ B. HO WARD-SMITH, Gilgfindra. , GOLF- r - v A meetmgvQf the Associate Memb ers and intending members of the Gilgandra Golf CluKwill be held in . the Memorial Tnstitut^j\on FRIDAY, NIGHT NEXT, MARCH T^h, at 7.30 p.. hi. • MAY TOWNSEND ' i r v Hon. Secretary. ANNUAL TENNIS - i . MEETING : i Wil...

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New Telephone Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

New Telephone Directory. The ■ May,' 1930, issue of■: the -Sytlr lifiy Telephone Directory is now boinp; "on;piled, and , will ,jbbv5.pnb":isliod' "hortly.. - Thedirectory contains ' the? names, ;-.'postal-vaddresse8j-i-:and."«.telor. phone- numbers of subscribers; with n the metropoli an - area;- and, it repre sents a useful book of referenco. The local postmaster: is- takhig orders-, for, the viiew' directory;and wi'lf be pleased"'to hear from, any reader who desires to purchase one. The cost is. 1/G per copy. —

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

AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12 at 2 p.m. Property and Furniture Account Mr. V. S. Hurley A. TOWNSEND and, SONS liavo been instructed by Mr . > -Hurley," who lias sold his business, to sell on above date the following:-— s 5 ROOM COTTAGE, in Myrtle St., recently occupied by Mr: B.: Priddi.«, has been painted and renovated. vVill be offered on exceptionally \ easy terms. 3 ALLOTMENT OF LAND, in Ivis Street—on Easy Terms. FURNITURE and EFFECTS, com posing :—Oak Bedroom Suite, Oak Dining Room Suite, 'Large Oak Din ing Room. Table, Double, and . Single Beds, Bedding, Wardrobes, -Table's, Chairs, Linos, ' Crockery,, Cutlery, Cooking Utensils, Tools, and Sundries too numerous to mention, • ' Spec:al attention is directedto the following:— Six Valve Wireless Set, on . .terms extending over ]2 months ;;-Free .of interest. Drop:Head Singer Sowing-Machine;:; good as new. : Six Cy'inder Buick Car, .suitable for "converting into4 a: utility.; ' 1 D.B.B.L. Hammer] ess: Gun, B. S.A.. nearly n...

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