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Mr. W. F. Dunn, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Mr. W. F. Dunn, M.L.A. Star.ing this week-end Mr. W. ;F; Dunn, M.L.A., will visits Wel lington, Stuart Town, Ballinora. and Elong, to learn the need, of .^his'.con-, stituents ' in those :cenU'es, «,aiid 4 keep in touch with; distr'et •requirements :■

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

Enquire at local Agency regarding LAY-BY ACCOUNTS for special objective* GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK of N.S.W. Office j 48-50 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNCT y. J. KELLY Loa*1 Ae«»». / >f ? / atBreaWO" ^ i AVOID THIS IN YOUR HOME! EVERY year accidents involving serious injury occur through falling ceiHnga.y Banish this danger from voiir home—iiistal Wunderlich art metal cciiings throughout. Artistic, yet not costly, you can p'ace them over the present plaster ceiling Easy to fix, fireproof, and SA{ E ALWAYS WUNDERLICH LIMITED—Manufacturer! Showrooms: Baptist Street, Redfern, Sydney. .WUN CEl STOCKED BY THE WESTERN STORES & EDGLEY'S LTD.. Model 'L' Features: Powerful engine with renewable cylinder sleeves. Heavy 3.bearing crankshaft drilled for pressure lubrication. Highly efficient oil-type air cleaner. Hand operated clutch. One man from the ground can hook or un hook the tractor from any piece of machinery. Low roomy platform adjustable spring seat. Efficient and durable heavy roller c...

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

Pilliga Scrub1 According,' to ■ an- advice, received from -a.■■■■well-known^resident-;ofthe:. Pil'iga ■ ' Scrub country <•;. the ^recent rains have transformed that, region,; -kafrid : everything s looks • lovely.., s,Th.j selt'crs over that way have liad a tough fight owing* to the dry cona tions, and the: change, for the better, is very welcome. ^

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AN OUT BACK CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

AN OUT BACK CRICKET1 MATCH (By Alumas) In a place called Boggabrlna, once,1 The residents was stung > By the busy buzzing ci'icket bee. .And straight away there sprung A cricket team amongst the men, Which quickly made a name; That ro'led around the hill-tops, Uigh' glov'ous in its fame. They'd practice, every chance '.they got, <■ A Among the gum trees tall, With a piece of pine slab for "a bat And melons for a ball. They took the game right earnestly, Each match on victory bent, Their wives and children came alonjf And screnmed encouragement. Full many, was the battles fought, Upon the local ground, And oft they made the welkin ring With victory's glee-ful sound. But there loomed into ;he lime light. Not many miles away Another team of cricketers, Who gained renown at play. And-bitter was the feeling -*■■■■ That arose between the two, •They called each other noxious names But a test .match did eschew. At length a day was set aside, To play the side stepped game, " Ea...

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CRICKET Springfield v. Hillside Following are the scores of the above match played at Springfield on Sunday last:— SPRINGFIELD 1st INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

CRICKET Springfield v. Hillside Following arc Ihc scores of th above .match: played at Springfield < o: Suiidnv last!— . i " " SPRINGFIELD 1st INNINGS A". Childs,' b, FRyan '. 9 J. Wynne, c D. Ross, b P. Ryan 17 P. Long, b' P/ Ryan' ' 0 ■JTod Wynne* cx and b N. E. Mar chant - 1 * * 6 W.-Clii'ds/b A. Marchant , 7 G. McKellar, b P Ryan 7 •A. McKellar, b A. Mnrchant 5 'A. Raglus, run out-' * 6 IJ.1 Linkc-, c J.' Ryan, b, A; Mar- . chant 8 G. Ilillyor, b A. Mnrchant , 2 ;Ti. Linkc, not out 11 J " Sundr'ca 11 Total - " 88 Bo\^'.ing:—'N. Pj. Marha:«t' 1-1C; P. Ryanv4-25; A. Marchant 4-18; J'. Ryan 0-18. . HILLSIDE 1st INNINGS iS. ^Marchant; -Lb.w.V- >b :.W;$<.Gh'lds 24 P. Ryan," c W. Childs, b A Childs 5 N. Marchant, b A. Raglus - 3 ,T. Ryan, c Joe Wynne, b W. Childs. ' „ 53 C. Marchant, c C. McKellar, b P. Long .0 li. Marchant, ~b W. Childs _ 7 A. Marchant, l.b.w., b W. Childs 14 K. Rvan c Joe'Wynne," b W. Childs , 17 W.,Priddle, not out - , ■> , f 4 I D. Ross...

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

The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention To Every Lot." AOOO GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7. 3000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/, - 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without toys less £1/5/, and tap. 5/6 extra. All Prices Cash on Delivery. Prices for othor tanks" or for making on Application. A. P. Walton, Gilgau.^i'a Phone 71. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! W SPITTLES - - Will supply firewood cut to any length and size at shortest notico, PHICE 12/ PER LOAD. .Address: Lowar Miiler street, GILGANDRA. PHONE 178.

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BRISBANE- MELBOURNE IN ONE DAY New Record by Gypsy Moth [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

BRISBANE- MELBOURNE IN ONE DAY New Record by Gypsy Moth ! "Fly'ng a Gypsy.Moth, Messrs. Jules Moxon and C. W. Scoit left Eagle. Farm, Brisbane, recently and com pleted a 1000 mile flight to Mel bourne in the one day, arriving at the Essendon Aerodrome at 6.40 p. nv. the same night, where they were met by Francy Ppnny, Aviation Of ficer of the Shejl Company. The actual flying time for more than. 1000 miles was 3 3 hours 20 minutes; 57 gallons of petrol were used; and the total cost of the jour ney, includiwng meals for both, men at Sydney was £6/14/0. * The Moth was piloted as far as Sydney by Mr. Moxon, and Mr. Scott left Brsbane in another areo plane which had to be delivered at Mascot before noon. Both airmen left Brisbane in a heavy ground rnis'i and they did not see each other for more than 100 miles. They reached Mascot aerodrome at half-past 10 o'clock, and left again, after having had lunch, at half-past 11 o'clock, with Mr. Scott as the pilot. Over the Blue Mountains the aer...

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

- ; - OF GENERAL INTEREST A.L.P.—AH Lang I'uppcts. • * . * m Virtue is not its own reward .on the coa'fields. • . * * » Sonic of '.he present-day ~fiapp3"s need a good dressing down! ., » >? » ' Many Gilgandraiies took advan tage of the special train yesterday to visit Dubbo for the -ra'lway picnic. Mr. W. M. Keogh sailed- from. Sydney o nWednesday last on the Otranto on a. tour of the Continent^ . which will extend over 12 months. • ^ , -f * • ■ The numerous friends of Mi\ . Thomas Jones, former owner, of Mer rigal Station, now owned by Mr. AV. G. Haynes, will regret to hear of his serious illness in Sydney. "A woman is never beaten," states, a monthly home journal. No—the man that fights and runs away-will find his wife quite ready to resume the argument when he returns. • # *. • Playing in a cricket match.for G'.n ghet against Carinda, Pat Veech cap tured the whole of Carinda's ten wickets in the second innings, and only 21 runs were scored off his bowl ing. Pat participated. ...

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

Ford Tudor Sedan with Canadian Body Important 'Announcement LIMITED number of new Ford Tudor Sedans, landed before the recent tariff increases, arc available nt the former price. These sedans (see illustx-ation above) have high quality imported bodies made by the Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited, whose facilities for the manufacture of closed bodies by the noted Ford mass production methods have hitherto made available unrivalled value for money in closed cars. This measure of value may not for many years again be offered to the Australian public. Telephone to-day. Or call and let us demonstrate the points of superiority of these imported Tudor bodies. ' LOCAL DEALER. gjlgandra motor OARAGE CO. IDALEIGH HOSPITAL •" * GJLGANDRA. Has bjaen* thoroughly rencvate'd and Is uncjer entirely new'-.management.'1 Medical, Surgical and Obstetric cases rseeived. An. efflsisr.t nurse alvvaya on night • duty. : ■ . . TERMS ON APPLICATION. . SISTER TOWNSEND. : v

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

Auction Sale 1 Messrs. A. .Towrisend and Sons advertise fullv particulars of .tho sale o^i-account- ofiMr ; V . S. Hurley, who 'has disposed of -his storekeepir.g business .. The* sale -will; take place on'Wednesday, M av ch 12,.when i five roomed house in' Myrtle Street; three allotments" in Iris Street, and numer ous furniture and effects will be rJT ered.

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Sydney Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

Sydney "Wool Sales I Winchcombe, Cavson Ltd.; wire or. ■ Wednesday:—Wc - sold 5200 bales of ^.vvool': at -our Sydney auction today. ' Continental,. Japanese, American and ^Yorkshire' competition.Keen .rato.^: I Pine .wool on bes? levels experienced since the new yeai;. Market genev aily buoyant. , W(;i secured, vacccvuiir '• "ilmalt-y B->w-ng, 2 d; Wiseman '■ >>; C'ericn Bui.'lu'n. 'JIM. I. O Gi'uber. Y:i«. 1. A.i'rid .1 ^Lawson; ?Mudget;^s-17id; J. M. Mc GraUi,, Yass, 173d;' T: E. Pawono, Arm:dale, 17d; Arthur G. Walker, YaB.v.l7d;?Arthur Carnes, Yass. 1GId P;ftGocoran, Burrawa, 163d; Miss Wadc„Yass, 15id.

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

Wedding Holy Trinity Church, Guyong, was'the sccnc of a pretty*, wedding reconfy, when ihe Rtv.'-C. J. Allen of' MKilthovpe, united in marriage Milly,;< eldestdaughter; , of: :Mv . ,t:and Mrs . ' D .. Booth, of "Ilartleigh," ,'Guy ong.: and Bruce, youngest, son of All", and the late Mrs; Halton, of "Keo wong," Coonanible.

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

Church "Services Church of Christ. Special service*. Miv Thos;. Hagger, Home Mission Organising !?l;iry will .-.ccn1.;.nt ijaiidva O' I'|r' •' y at ^ p.m., '• F"-.n; Cond'einAavi )i' to 'i'.v'y' ' i' la^tvated by chart); . Sunday at 7.30j p.m., "The Great Malady and the •Real Memcdy!?;' Balladoran, Sunday, at 3 p.m.' "The Aspect of Salvation.". A. R. Lloyd. Evangelist. Methodist Church—Hillside 1JL a-.m; Curban 3 "p.m., Gilgandra 7.30 p.m. Jlcv R. 0. Davies, Ministw.' t Presbyterian t'Sei'viceS'. for - Sunday,; March Oth:—Woodsidfi 11' a.m., I'.vcelontf 3 p:m.y Gilgaiuli\v -7.30 p.m. Rev. T ; v'-Eurfyl-v Jones, Minist <!!•; ' < - ' • ■ Prr^by terfan v;; Chu rch; G ulargain bonei/ Sfirvicesifori'Sunday, March: S): Gulai'gambonc 'l l^a(im.-:when;Mr. »Tlniikinii-7seeretary^sImmigration.v''13.c?i l)nrlmciit:!w'H>»bo*the>proac1ier.;'Loj'?kl4i 3 <p. m• Coon a mbfot 7.3 0 p. m. Pr.oach:; cr, Mr.-p. Rankin, Rev. K. A'." Dui'toii,- Minister.

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

Wi,7 Pay Nearly Double Hie Price ? The Paint that has been proved by hundreds of thousands of users all over Australia. With Newton's Paint you can paint a 5-roomed Wooden House a»d Roof for £6/10/-. You are buy ing paint that is made to the formula of a Royal Commission. Genuine White Lead, Zinc Oxide and Pure Linseed Cil. Newton's Paint covers better and lasts longer. It is backed by an ironclad guarantee. Books and Color Cards Free Send for yours now. Newton's Paint, 16/8 gallon, in four gallon cans. Single Gallons 1/- extra. . ' Buy locally from C. A MURPHY • « C.ILOANDRA PRICES- PLUS FREIGHT PROM FACTORY X L. MCINTYRE Stock, Station and General Commission Agent. TOORAWEENAH. IT PAYS TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE LOCAL MAN. TELEFHONE 28, H. A. Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS. 386 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Tho firm has boon visiting thi.' town ••Ptrulnrly fnr 30 year1?. ' > Danger in Delay KIDNEY DISEASES ARE TOO DANGEROUS FOR PEOPLE TO NEGLECT. The great danger of kidney troubles Is t...

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SHELL COMPANY Is Air-Minded [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

\, SHELL COMPANY Is ..Air-Minded Aeroplanes ai'e b.eing^actively; usc«l '."for business purposes ti^'tho--Shell Company of Australia' Ltd. _ -Two 'planes, specially propaved iV.-r Australian use, are nearing' comple tion. They are of all-metal construc tion, w th metal propellors and com bine features of the De Haviland Moth and -the Avro-Aviarl. A Gypsy Moth, destined for Shell, service in the Argentine, by the Bue 'y, «os Aires representative, lias ' been \li^<fhr'stoned "Gavilan de Oro," and a f v further three 'planes are being si'fp i ^d to India, South Africa and Egypt, "ubstined for, use by-Shell salesmen and officials for long distance flight*., : - The gold and rod Moth, owned by the London head office, is already a familiar sight at most of the aero dromes in Britain. The British Air Miivs'ry is co-opor. atinjr with the Shell Company, us ij; is* anticipated thut much valuable'in formation, regarding a'r: routes will bo scoured.

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KAYE DON The Man Who Will Drive The "Silver Bullett" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

KAYE DON The Man Who Will Drive The "Silver Bullett" In motor racing circlcs Sunbeam ;/£*)Car successes are not discussed with is^foutv-quh'e• naturally, associating -the., r-nanie of Kaye^ Don.- For 'the pasl i throe years'Kaye Don Ijas practically 'driven no .other make of car than a ■; iSunbeam. and lie has bee;l recognioecj: as ono of -Britain's most b-'ill ant and rsuccoseful speed men. KAYE DON ;i.\During 1929 ho .broke more car YH ;cords uiiuTJrookhinds than any other: driver hasever broken in one year "V He' holds ;the . Brooklands Lun- lie An artist's impression of Koy Don's "Castrol" lubricated "Silver Bullet* which will shortly attemoi to break the world's land ep«ed record* . cord at 131 m.p.h., but the faslost "recorded speed at which this drivor has yet travelled is 140 miles an hour To drive at 140 m.p.h.- on'Brook-, lands track is< an achievement of •which «ven: Kaye: Don,-.might -be• proud On the occasion whea he accomplisn ed" this phenomenal-track speed...

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YASS MERINO 26d. Fine Quality Wool in Demand [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

YASS MERINO 26d. Fine Quality Wool Demand Winchcombo, Carson Ltd. report: We sold at auction 95 per cent, of the large lots offered, at our Sydney; wool said, on Tuesday.; : vDenian'd -was strongly1 iiiaintained. Fra'nce, Goi many, Japan, Yorkshire;: Italy,': Bel gium1 and Amcrica were all activc competitors. ' 'Fine wools commanded specially keen bidd:ng rates for them being on the best basis experienced since" the New- Year. Va:ues v. generally were unchanged on la^e levels. Pine quality, softv* handling - ewes* fleece from Charles .Walmsley, Daily Vale, Tangmangaroo, . madevoinv;top: iprice 2Gd. Wiseman' Bros' Clerkness.clip-f "Om; Bundarra realised wethers' 2lid., _183d., 18d., ewes'. 193d,, 18d. 17id.J, '16}d., hoggets' 174d, -lBidv, brakeni, 12d.,. necksHid., pieces J.Od.;bel!ie:): 9Jd. 1, Our sales included:— E. 0. Grubeiy Yass 19d., J. .1. •McGrath.-Yass, '17iid. Alfred: J-. 'ijaw son, Mudgee 171d T. E. Parsons, A'm'dalr 17d., Arthur G. Walker, Yass 17d., Arthur S. Scanes, Y...

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CRICKET Appltetree Flat Ulungra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

CRICKET ' Appltetree Flat Ulungra • Appletree Flat defeated Ulungra ' on.: Sunday last by an innings and 1 «J9 runs, the ma/eh being played at > Appletree Plat. Scores:^— APPLETREE FLAT—1st Innings P. Cox; c C. Hanson, b E. Chap • nir.n ' 44 10.. McKechnie. not out 28 McKechnic, c II. Monk, b . 0. Luckie " .s • 14 ,1. Christie, c L. James, b C-* Hanson L8 A ."Hedger, lbw, b M. Monk , ,4 J. Putlund, c G. Luck'e,-b B. , .Tones * 24 I J Wo 'ra'J, b M. Monk 1 I 'W'. F'bher.-c C. Hanson, b B. | - .Tones . G j •D. Morley, b E. Chapman 30 II. -Fisher, b E. Chapman 0 . A. Truskctt, ,b C. Luckie 5' Sundi-ies • 23 ] 1 . Total : 182 - Bowling:.H. Monk 0-1 G; E. Chap man 3t42;":C'. -Luckie: 2-54; C/ Han son. 2-7; M.- Monk 2-9; L.^ James 0 J9; B. Jones 2-9. ULUNGRA—1st Innings 10. Chapman; run out : 7-; ^ir. Monk, b G. Putland . 3 C.^ Luckie;'run' out ; . 4 ! Gi-Hanson, b G. Pu'land 0 • !MMonk,: c A. Hedger, b G. "Putland 0 I/.' James; b A. Hedger , 3 V .; Snodgrass, :b A. Hedger 14 ' tli'.' ...

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ORANGE PRESBYTERY MEETS IN GILGANDRA [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930

ORANGE PRESBYTERY MEETS IN GILGANDRAf On Wednesday, the 5th instant, the drange Presbytery of the Presbyteri an Church in NeurSouth Wales, .hold; ■i'sjannual vmeeting witlrn the ;P'-'es-. byterian Church at G'lgandra. - ; The-,following ministers and c!'ders. were - present:—Revs. W. Kimnart; Coiulo'bolin ..'(Moderator); II. S. •Buvn, B.iA.-.'iParkes; ^Clerk); J-.-'H. Oostello,-' Forbes, (Treasurer) Yuil', Dubbo; J. Smith, Willinyton; W. H.Harrison, Molong; W. J;.   Reekie, Trundle;1 J:. Gibson, TrangU-;, K. ■> W, Burton,'v If :A.. Gulargam-. bone; F;;vG.: Pierce, B.A., Warren-,' /Messrs. .F.-.W;, Gavel, Dubbo; J. G. Gibson, -Molong. W .; Paret," Forbe.?;   D. Munroe,, Trangie. • . Presbytery commenced -^-its-deli-; berations at 11a.m. and continucdl throughout the day: In the after noon session, the Rev.. T. Eurfyl Jones was: elected as moderator 'for' 1930. At 7-. 15, p.m. .^Presbytery met the': •Session and.Bosu'd of Management- of he Gilgandra Church...

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Death of Wellington's Iron Man [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Death of Wellington's Iron Man j Thai hard work is conducive to j longevity is- amply demonstrated"in | Hi:1 dealh of James McIIugh, of Wel ! lirglon, last week, at the age of 91. , The deceased j who was a single man, had resided in •■AVeM'ngton district for many yeavs,, and was known as the , "Iron Man",1 on acconnt of his reputn ■J.lion'for being the hardest worker in rthe.-JVcst; • lie was small in ..stature, j but the • old hands: state that; there ;v;as 110: another man his. weight in I the State who could stand, up to him .when il came to hard work. Constable Costello, who has been stationed at Coonabarabran .for. the past two years, received notification of .his transfer to Peak Hill.

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