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END OF HIS TROUBLES Coal Baron Passes Death of John Brown [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

END OF HIS TROUBLES Coal Baron Passes Death of John Brown For John Brown, the great | coal Baron of Australia, incius tr. al disputes have closed, for I after an illness of soveral days I he pasted, across tile Great Di vide at ■ his home at Newcastle >'»t 6.10 p.m. on Wednesday. Mi\ Brown was 70 years 0f' age, having been born on December 31, 1851, and was" the eldest son of •James Brown and a nephew of Alex ander Brown, who were pioneers of shipping and the coal industry at Newcastle, and who, in 1843 founded the firm of J. A. Brown, which the lale Mr;- Brown r had ; controlled for many years; Besides his business act vitiosj Mr. Brown was also well known as a sportsman and many of hi--.' racehorses distinguished themselv es on the Australian turf. ■ - Although Mr. Brown was one of '-he best known men in the Common wealth he was also one of the least known in public life. He never en ored the public life, of the. country in any 'way, his main object being 'jivariably to avoid p...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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TO ORGANISE GROUP FOURTEEN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

TO ORGANISE GROUi* FOURTEEN Rugby League headquarters, after years of agita':ion, have appointed Dunedoo as headquarters of Group ■14, and the following towns will be •cpresented at a delegate meeting at Ounedoo on Sunday, March 16, when officers for the group will be appoint ed, and the business placed on a firm "doting:— .Dunedoo; " Leadv.'l!e,- Hannah's Bridge, Coolali, Binnaway, Coonaba ••abran, Baradine, Mendooran, Merry ik i:> Rylstone,. Cobbora, Elong, Gul oruv, Carsilis, Birriwa, Kandos, Mud j| 70';, Denman, Merriwa. Goolma.. - | Prcvious'y no attempt was made ] -ropcrjy to organise,the group, which I deludes iri; its ranks many.players of outstanding ability,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ORIENTAL EMBLEM CRIPPLED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

! ORIENTAL EMBLEM CRIPPLED j Oriental 'Emblem, M". Dan Watt's game litt'e galloper, who has been ' very successful .'ft his lat' two. or j hro2 stmts, when lie struck form, wr": badly staked a few: days after : Ix-ip.g' turned out in the paddock for. I lie Coonabarabran amateur races . this moil.h. ' ■■■ ' Tlic .stake-was removed by'Dr. Doc 1-1 r, who made a" very successful op ' cvntion awl-although'the horse is st'll 'very lame "it is hoped he will again !>>• scrn spor.ing silk and.carrying his popular owner's, colors to victory;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Gulargambcme is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 from Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich grazing and wheat district. Population700, district 2000. Average rainfall 23| inches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

New ^ Talking Machine Gfloraoaas Tosie, Marvellous Reproduction, Superb W or kananship, Artistic FanSsh. Hear and Judge for You Catalogues Free. rsclf Table Model • Potfes Upright Console • Grand » - £19 j£29/X0/0 - j£45 - jfc'50 Sold for Ca»li mi on Easy Termt by HOME MODEL, f9Win/« THE A.B.C. CAFE NOW COMPLETED AFTER EXTENSIVE ALTERA TIONS FOR COOLEST DRINKS, PETER'S ICE CREAM and LATEST AMERICAN FANCY SUNDAES. A Trial Will Convince You PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS G1LGANBRA Sole. Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Cream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. RESULTS OF RED COUPON COMPETITION. Mrs. Marsland, Downie St., Dungug Mrs. Burrell, G4 Corlette St., Cook'a Hill. Mrs. E. A. Smith, Russell St., Woon ' -ona. Mrs. Miller, 1 Comhr St., PaddinjttOii Mrs. Wirrell, Garrong Rd., Lakembt.. Mrs.-Roy, 70a Alfred St., Mascot. Mrs. J i' J. Hanrion; Forest Rond, • ' Peakhirst. Mrs. Moore, 116 Movt's Rd., Miirt dale. Mrs. Wilson, Scott St., Newcastle. -Mrs. Slo'ane, Ilillcrest St., Wollon gong. • Mrs....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Don't Go Off Tlie Deep End A violent headache need not disturb . your equipoise. The pains -will vanish in a twinkling, and you will be yourself again, by taking ^ PAYTEN'S ANODYNE POWDERS 1/- & 2/- packet John Pay ten M.P.S. The Chemist at GULARGAMBONE Phone. 107 ;!! Eyes Want II! Testing ? Consult jj| Hi John Payten jij :: m.p.s. ::: ::: r e chemist m gui.argambone ::: ::: Phone. io7 ::: WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended to and' delivered. Supplied to any length at shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial - Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, . Munnell St., Gulargambone. P.O; Box 30. Phone 110. . JUST ARRIVED. ' GIFT STATIONERY moderately , priced, quality finest. Full stock re-/ cords, pianola rolls, H.M.V. Fortable( •and oiher models. Golfing Material on hand. Famous Kro-Flite Golf Bails. , Hairdressing Saloon. Billiards. LES. ELLICQTT , BOURBAH STREET, I GULARGAMBONE, , ! DENTIST Mr. J<. jGilgandra . Will visit Gulargambone,. every Wedne...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND A DE MONSTRATION OF NEW PERFECTION KEROSENE STOVES TO BE HELD AT THEIR PREMISES ON • Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15 REGULATED HEAT ENSURES PERFECT COGIMiG Each burner of '.lie N'cw Per fection Oil Cook Stove is.imm'j1 regulated for any heat — l:>w, medium or and newls-m,. watching. Clean, regular heat makes cooking -just right. . . NEW PERFECTION OjlCooJ'.SiGwsandGWsis A-NE\v:i?ERFECTiON» a clean-Kiichcn and less work. ' No fire to build, no dirt to clean- " ul>, no ashes to carry out. - l^iils, frys, grills and toasts perfectly at ar We--will.demonstrate the New Per/cclioii-.lo. yon.to-day wi/h■.■pleasure ~ -"V SATES oney muse \TOCO power, highly volatile, gives quickest possible switch over •.. saving costlier starting fuel. >*'VOCO power burns completely «... every drop Works and there's * powerful work in every drop. A gallon of VOCO power will drive your tractor chains farther . ... reducing cost per acre. High volatility plus comple...

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Only Ourselves to Blame [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Only Ourselves to Blame Sir ,TIal Golebatch (W.A.), in an address in ■■■Melbourne, said that the statements that Australia's troubles ■were due to . outside, influences, was a false and cowardly view. He ad ded that the closing against the use of the money markets was punishment for having borrowed too -freely and r>pent too , ;I;^i:ihIy. Every. ■ section of the Australian community. - had been led into' extravagance. - We had rached the inevitable, end of spend thrift, and the' sooner we recognised j ir, and, mended our- ways,-the • sooner; j would we see prosperity again. . -''A 'brother's ' premonition, was: the remarkable1 point 111 the recent death ofr Robina :Mai'y Tucker," 15, .daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. George Tucker. The girl had been in the' habit of . swim ming.: with others'in a dam-.and-she was-urged by her brother not to go as he felt something was going to hap-' pen; • Her brother.. also implored • his mother to persuade the girl to remain at home, but his words wer...

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LIGHT ON THORBY SCHEME "Make Full Use of R.I.B." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

LIGHT ON THORBY • SCHEME "Make Full Use of R.l.B.;' : Three - varying opinions onV: the , Thorby Scheme'- were expounded | a recent,meeting of, thc-Pavl:es.Ghani-;; Dei- of Comnieice. AlGm;Gnding, of the B-in]: . f N.^.Y.'. put the point of view '1 U»o 1 iiiuikci Mr. C. V. Willis, man i;:- -f I ho IW fcchcll \I.ich;: cry Co., spjk<: sfrom the mnchmevyman'spoint. of view, while Mr". C. II. Bushell ox-! pounded some of .' the 'ideas held by^ the storekeepers. _ * ». Mr. Garling.:said.every application would be dealt with . fairly; but he cmphaised: thatrthc farmer must- uso every means" of - exhausting; his credit before convng intothe scheme. - f, Mr. Wil'is; on the othe • , hand, thought the machinery men-might in he long run,: have to bear the biggest 1 part of the burden. Mr.;. Garling was first to brnifC '.the matter •» up. He'■ admitted there. had been delays that had caused heart burning which, in many cases, he considered were-not fully justified;. There were men at...

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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

WHO'S WHO i Magistrate and Coroner—Mr. W. Adams P.M. (from Dubbo) visits I Gulargambone Tuesday 'following J : the second Monday in. the month. J's.' P.—Messrs. A.' G. Sowden, "F. Hawkins, . IV. - S.: -Mitchell, W. Mc Ewcn A. R. Byrne, J. B. Peacock, R. C. Byrne, W. M. E. Skuthorpe, R N. ;McGi:lj A;;Skinner;. J. Hourne J> A.' Litchfield, -N.- J./ Taylor, A. W. Bolger. ■ ~ Permit- Inspectors—Coonamble P.P. i ■ Board: W.; McExven, A. R. Byrne, i j. B. Peacock j Coonabarabran P. P. Board: R. N. McG'll. ..Station' Master-—A: ;:D." Connel!. j Police—Sergt.: Rossi tor .and constable i | Poundkeeper—J. Skinner. •• Schools—Headmaster s Publics School, McCal:um;-Aborigine .-Mis <r,-. sion - School;.-Mrs.- A? .Me'-cer. ;. . Banks—G.S.-:Bank:(Sergt/:Ro3sitor, .. agent) ,- Commercial,''Bank NiS;AV. v'Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office). » Jockey Club—President Mr. N. D . Jones,- secretary Mr. A. \V. Bolg •y.-i or, ■ Bourbah A.T.'C. secretary Mr. i Ev A'. Munro. t iU.U.T.O.O.F....

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Labor Rift in Castlereagh [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Labor Rift in Castlereagh The action of the A.L.P., ExecU: live-in disqualifying Mr. N. Smithyrs, of ; Gilgandra, from- the - Castlereagh selection ballot; ....thereby giving-.; Mr. J. A".-Clark, cx-M.L.A.,.a.walk-ovtr js strongly resented dh : Labor,; circles The Warren branch .of; the A ,L". I?. lias, decided to protest-. to .'the. execu. tive and to: urge ,that«a' selection,;bal-; lot be held. Leading'Labor support ers contend lh.it Mr Smithers would command" more'.support .iroin outside the rank and file of Labor than Mr. Clark, who, it is claimed,' was only successful : *t' previous r. elections through running with Mr. W. I'. Dunn before the- reversion to single-, membor' electorates. Mr. C!ark was defeated by Mr.: Thor.by at ■<the last election. The new Castlereagh olec torato': appears to be .a certainty- for av "strong anti-Labor cand;date, and many Nationalist-Country Party : sup porters would like-to see Mr.. Gordon :Wilkins,- of Wellingon, who. put .lip, a. gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

About Your EYES GIVE THEM PROPER CARE? Periodic examinations are the best means of safe-guarding your, sight. We examine eyes with pains-taking care (without the use of drops or drugs) and nineteen years' practical experience goes into every pair of glasses we prescribe. If you feel the slightest doubt as to whether you need glasses or not, have your sight scientifically tested. Appointments may be arranged at— Howard-Smith's Monday, 7 April. Consulting Room. Imperial Hotel d. j. bono Registered Optometrist and Optician [By 6tatc Board E*aro.J'' ORANGE' SPee SBotio anci'SPee SBeftei!

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VISIT OF GOLF PRO. To Play and Lecture Locally [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

VISIT OF GOLF PRO. To Play and Lecture Locally Tommy Howard, ox-c£iampioiV ' ■ golf player, whose }ist of per formances appeared in last Mon day's issue, will honor Gularganx bone with a visit on Tuesday, ■ March 18, when he will be pro pared to give lessons' to local players for a fiee of 5/- pefi half hour sessions. IIo will bo "available fronr 10 a.m. until 1, p.m. and frojn'' 2 p.m. .to 3 p; vn . Prom • 3 v 30 p, m . . until 6 p.m. . he will participate inta four ball bes^ exhibition match'with local players., At night, at 7.30 p.m., he will deliver an address on golf - play and et:quctte, for which admission will be free. _ ■ - , Mr. Howard, • whoois- a golf . olub; maker. -Xvill have a selection' of iclubs: with' him and -will'be ^pleaseil to ad vise players ori the proper cubs they should use. • Further details'of the -visit! are, ob tainable from Mr.: N.: '0'; JCingsley, - President of the Gulargambone Golf Club, with whom appointments may be made. Mr. R. J. Love,. Hospital ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

D, A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA, Agent for Royal Insurance Co. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneer*, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General' Commission Ageuts. Plead 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 Lowest Rates of Int°rest, Printed and Published by H. E. 0. CAMPBELL, sole proprietor, at his pr.'nting works, Miller Street, Gilgan dra, New South Waes. A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor > GILGANDRA .. . .. - Fo" Modern Bungalow and all Classes .jr. of- Buildings. ! GILGANDRA S-AW MILLS R.J.NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN ' ANY QUANTITY . . LARGE STOCKS OF JOINERY & MOULDING ALWAYS ON HAND AGENT'S FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paints and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT THE GIFT ...

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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

GULARGAMBONE R A IN FA L L 1887 to 1929 " Appended is "a .table showing the monthly 'rainfall at Gularf/unibone ■since >1887." At our request the figures were supplied by the Government Metcrologist, and are therefore coiract. Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apl. Pts. 356 103 151 483 ' G79 v 180 322 441 882 45 4G7 425 Pts 47 G 898 203 926 40 135 242 90 1053 45 485 Pts. 372 210 263 753 469 •187 415 908 135 155 4241 , 3041 1701 125 46 324f.— I >188 ,136| 13| 4C3| 200| 290| 179 1.9011 - 65[i ' 13] 269] 264] 215] 212 -Pts. 72 40 548 339 212 160 90 385 .196 May. June Pts.', Pis.' 391 1151 110i 30| 7031 343| 401 j " (3531 2961' ■ 153) 371 j; 16SI July,Aug. Sept.;Oct. Nov.:Dec. Yea; Pis.| Pts.| Pts.| Pts.| Pts:| Pts.i 1'fs. 280) 3011 28 155) 118| 7771' 31-19 145 315 550 90 105 507 105 1-19 200 13 : 24 =' .15 '295 '•" 12 ' 143 268 "119 /.13G "576 582 125 •300 ,3 30 163 ■: '27 491 328 L919| 111 19201 "226 1921 .'147 I922?v254 ,1923| 82 19241 234 19251 121 192G1196, 1927| 154] ' 3 1928| :296| G22| ...

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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 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 Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. , . GlkGANDRA.—Lat.. 31 deg. 42 min. ; Long., 148 deg. 41 min. •' My | Jun Jly | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec 145 48 llJ I 154 | 37 373 | 159 | "itl 302 [ 72 I 266 235 | 72 | 91 136 | 154 I 99^ 119| 48 | 274 31 | 20 95 43 1 149 I 868 | 701 | 364 I 170 337 | 568 64 136 I 632 I S26 I 1711 44 1248 251 609 53 200 1403 747 0|163| 74 34 1 0 168 120 19 | 125 483 1546 1361 90 | 236 110 317 1260 1344 499 1376 1459 225 125 373 160 481 174 285 I 163 1 364 354 1 332 321 154 221 | 219 118 363 14b 467 92 347 325)238 267 056 2S4 255 250 I 121 111 332 560 SO 265 123 101 1170 '267 ■'•'71 43 125 123 'it. 78.1178 307 189 130 36S l/3i5S 127 42 116 357 0 136 273 104 155 303 250 30 0 120 317 40 250 1 75 291 104 229 14 216 115 23-1 294 85 130 204 265 238 178 23 1 126 24 26 285 279 92 80 I 316 I 49 168 102 0 9 49 2...

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FAREWELLS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

-EAREW-EIiLS ,.' Just :now, 1J&ulaJk'gambonc young' j folk arc; enjoying .to the full numer ous farcweU parties that are taking place to bid "au revoir" to some of our. vinost ^popular; towns folk. On ■Thursday n^ght last, the many friendsuof Mrs.- ;Payne, and :Miss M. Payne gathered at the\residence of Mrs; S; R.v Knight. to say farewell. The evening « was arranged;. by the ■Hockey. Club in which both the guests of i.honouti' •tooki /a.igrc/at/' interest •Games, dancing and singing were in-: dulged in?and; enjoyed by-everyofie.» Pr'or to supper, Miss M." Rosser in a few well chosen words made the presentations on behalf of the Hock ey. Club," Mrs, Payne receiving a set of afternoon tea spoons and a .Miss Payne a . handbag. Mrs., and. Mi.« Payne suitably responded- each-wish ing the " Hockey Club every .success and expressing the; desire to one day renew'acquaintances with Gular folk. The departing guests were passengers by Monday's train.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

New Year 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 shade*, 1/-yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, Pink, Hdio Saxe, 38 inch, 9£d. yard. JAP CREPES, all shadeo 6|d. 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 2/- to 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN C L O T H, l/4i 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 p— AT A- J- H A B GO O D1 ■ PLUMBER & GALVANISD IRON WORKER Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cress Windmills, and all other Goods of (hat Company's Manufacture. Always In Stock — No Waiting Windmills, Piping, ...

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STOCK ROUTES "Grazing Land for Loafing Sheep" Ratepayer's Complaint [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

STOCK ROUTES "Grazing Land for Loafi Sheep" Ratepayer's Complaint ' j At the Coonamble P.P. Board meet ing out Thursday ithe follow'ng com munication; was ■ received froirf s.M i' • 4 -Wallace Hu r.tcr,; of • "Eu .eka," Gular gambone:— " .1 write to bring- to your notice, and to' the noticci; of; the Board, the ex tent: to -which- the stock routes: of the' district are being used as grazing land'fori loafingisheep. - As soon - as a s:orni--falls: a:-niob>of slieep is -out and cleans up the feed before it, gets a< proper start: ^ Owners get per mits-. with such - ridiculous destinations as Gular, Quambone, Tcnandja, v.'here ihey have .absolutely no '-nteiir' tion of staying From theie they get i another . permitsalong--the; best route,: and -So: on till they return to where they start) from., 'These shoop. tmvel<;-from'43Jr-:-,:to'?"4^miles.:':per day, and clean up the track as they ';o. 111 fact, they appear to do exactly as they like, and' can evidently pro...

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Alleged False Pretences [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Alleged False Pretences James Dennis, of Dubbo; was char ged, before Mr. Adams, P.M., in the Narrom'no Police Court,- with having obtained certain ' promissory notes by. means of -false pretences. The charge was that James Dennis, on or about the 15th September; 1929,: at Narro mine, did '^-falsely .pretend - to Ian Campbell,Nash, of Narromine, that he (Dennis) had paid to Thomas Perry, -of. Narromine,- the amount of certain promissory/notesj'given .by Nash to Dennis stat'ng that' the promissory notes were^with ;his .bank a: Dubbo, and' that;if :;Nash'! would- sig,| and de liver ;to him. certain promissory 'notes, by the,;w£iy.;pf renewal of the old pvo -missor.y' notes/ thq .would-within 2dyys TOturn to--him the promissory notes ob!a?ned v. 'fr'oni: - Thomas ... Perry, by means of -\vhich 'false pretence he In duced Nash to make and deliver lo him • promissory .notes for amounts, £500, £1000, £5000, £225 and ^£88/, 8/3, with intent thereby-to. defraud 'and -injure. After a. hearing...

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