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

GOLF HANDICAP , The following arc the golf handi caps for. the..local club :r-^Di\ Hunger food 6; N. O. Kingsley * 8; ,T. E. iJienshallv8V Twigg ;-8; ;Mv;'Hit*chon . 9.;; | J R MacKie 10, E G McDonn 11 10;" II. E. Kater 10; A. W.. Uolgei 12; J..Skewes 12; Hodgson 12; W. R. -Macquley 13; E. R. G'nty-14; jj. Peacock 14; W. Peacock 15; II ' Nr:s's 16; A'. Skinner 17;-W. MeCul 'ough 18; R. S. Mitchel 18. On Friday- evening last,' quite; a. i number1 off.Gular, folk, visited' Com-. i bara,- -and danced the;' light fanlistic. I at a dance. held in the Combara hall. Emm■ comments heard, it: appears^!he dance was a great success. . The Peak. Hill Municipal Council i has decided.to call^tenders: foi?an elec trical engineer-to take charge of the Council's electric lighting and pump ing plant. At last week's meeting the. aldermen had two letters froi.i theiv:.p'resent engineer, Miv:S. D. sllob ertson. One contained .hisu-esignaticn ass engineer, and rthe; second-rewritten' later—wasa withdrawa...

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AGRICULTURAL Black or Spear Thistle Its Indentification and Control [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

AGRICULTURAL Black or Spear Thistle Its• Indentifieation .and Control Black or spear thistle (cirsium lan ccolatum.' syn. Garduus lanceolatus) is often known as the - green this'.lo, and occasionally: as:,the; Scotch thist le from rwhich.it cliffars: in sonic mea sure. It .attains : a'height of ' 3 or 4 feet.- antl-iis:.very . prickly; - tho seeds arc greyish, striped; smooth' and shiny The plant is a bennial. From the. sheep-owner's - point of view, : this weed is decidedly detri mental■/■in a - pasture; the :. presence of dead loaves and flower-heads. in the wool being objected to by • shearers and also reducing the value of tha fleece.. In ay also they are a nuis ance during stacking; they lower the value of ■ chaff 'and may. constitute a danger "to the: digestive tract of '.he animal fed on it. The seed possesses a papus by means, of which it: may be -spread a considerable distance,:, so that :: ,the weed may quick'y become established, as :a result^ of neglect of adjacent orope...

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

Obituary j Word has. conic; to hand of t!u> (loath of an ex-Narroinine resident 'n the person of Mr. J. G. Ltiwler. bro ther of Mrs. H.. Ho<!j', of 284 Rondi Road, Bondi. The sad event took place in a '"private hospital in the city 011 February 24, at the age of G2 years. Deceased-'was the son of the late. Garret Lawler, farmer of Or anR'c, and dui'ing the years lie resid ed in Narromirie proved lv'mself to' be n progressive citizen. 30 years ago i tho late Mr. Lawler established the butchering businoss now carried on | by Mr. J. \V. Smith. He sold the i bufinesp to Mr.. Smith thirty two yeavs ago. Th'rty and forty years ago' Narromine was only a bush ham let, but the late Mr. Lawler could see that the town must grow, and "he was instrumental in getting a peti tion signed by town and district vesir dents in favor of granting a license for the Gourt House Hotel." People laughed when Mr. Lowler spoko of a two-storey brick hotel,"as it was the first brick building "erecte...

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TRACTOR TRIAL AT WARRACKNABEAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

TRACTOR TRIAL AT WARRACKNABEAL Under the supervision of the.>exe cutive of the War'racknaben! Ti'actor Owners' Association •.•utuK-SiJ* KeLh Smith, managing director ofsVickers Ltd, for Australia, a 100 hours trac tor tr.'al was carried ous at Wamick ijabeal on the ^f.h Fabruary m con nection with' "Sid! Week" in -.that -district. ' • - The- Vickers tractor ran for .104 hours continuously, drawing a - disc plough" which made a 6ft. Gin. fur row, and in the 104 hours covered 236 acres of land on two farms be longing to Messrs Tarratits and: De vereaux, the extra four hours,being occupied by necessary refuelling-and replacement of the plough; "although v the engine" was not idle at any-period. The tractor was fuelled with Gross kerosene, and the consumption wOi'.t cci out at considerably Jess than .*>rte •gallon per acre. The oil was. sub jected to a remarkable gruelling, the sump was filled with three gallons of • Golden Shell, and samples were taken at 25, 50, 25, and 100 hour...

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

MR BUSINESS .MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO tfOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? Advertising Gels the Trade. The Progressive Trader is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and read fo~ its qu£.litv—you '.iu? thp confidence of its readers in your product. ADVFRTENG COVERAGE r--L<~"~ TG " 1 'EENSLAND BORDF..R (The Pick of tiie West and the itOith-Wesi.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 2S per cent is allowed for contracts in . four papers, if only two papers are required 1n cent reduction v.-ill be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage ' of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS . ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY"—rl'ublish ed every Thurs'day afternoon. Ths .Gilgandra "Castlereagh" and Man* 'dooran "News" arc issued with • ."Tho Weekly," so that advertisers will reach readers of three pape...

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YEAR'S CRIME A Substantial Increase [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

YEAR'S CRIME — :ck —— A Substantial Increase A substantial - increase in serious crime is revealed by the annual re port of the Police Department Dur ing last year there were 10.594 cases of serious crime, or 1135 more than 1928.; Last year offences against the law of all "descriptions totalled 132. 439, of which 27,363 were offences against the traffic laws. Estimates for: the past two years have provided an increase of 600 in the strength of the police force, which on December ' 31 last-numbered 3,640, including 23 trackers:, There are eight police wo men in the service.- Motor license fees, registration fees, tax and li cense fees for public vehicles last year -produced £1,808,000, compared with £1,630,000 in 1928. The num ber of motor vehicles registered or licensed in . the State at December 31 was 247,538,-an increase of only 20, 000 over the previous year,' while the number of licensed car drivers was 304,000. The Acting Commis sioner of - Police (Mr. Childs), com menting; on...

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WOOL AND ITS USERS Price an Attraction [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

WOOL AND ITS USERS Price an Attraction " W'inchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: , Judging by recent wool" selling ex periences -in-.. Sydney .consumers : abroad are confident of finding ready ( use for the season's wool clip. Prices have not shown'any quotable advance but demand has certainly desplaycd . decided buoyancy. Russia excepted al.' sections of the trade have bought vigorously. Compared with last sea son, . America is the most notable re- .. vival a purchaser. ■ Two ..'actors are apparently operat ing in attracting orders for the States The vogu'e of furs in that quarter has waned.- Fur coats, as a result of the skill exhibited in converting rabbit skins- to effectively represent ■the A^Tier claffe furs, ^iadc tlisjt warmth giving- apparel too popular to keep "fashioni-Vble. Woollen coats and apparel are the only other goods r(vortlabV |fo!r ,^winter comfort. In addition to that, factor Australian, wool at this season's prices is an at tractive raw material. The efficient manner...

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

H. A. .Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS. 885 GEORGE "STREET, SYDNEY. The firm has been visiting this t'own .regularly for 30 years. ( Don't Experiment YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE IF j YOU FOLLOW THIS ADVICE.# Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pain in the back, urinary (lis orders,,dizziness and nervousness, it's time to act and no time to experiment These -are frequently symptoms ot kidney trouble, and a remedy which Is recommended for the kidneys should be taken in time. Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills is a good remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has acted effectively in thousands of cases. Read the following. Mrs. It. Marcliant, Myrtle. Street, Gilgandra, says: "A member of my family has found Doan's Backache I'idney Pills to be a splendid remedy for backache and kidney trouble. He suffered for a long time from these ailments and although he tried differ ent medicine from time to time it was not until he used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills that he got any relief. His back was ve...

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

1— 1 • * 5 Reasons why you should gga build with brolite ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS BY planning to use this Fire Retardant, White Ant Proof, Borer Proof, and Permanently Durable building material for Exterior and Interior Walls and Ceilings, and "FIBROLITE" Tiles for Roofing, you can build a home as attractive as the pretty dwelling illustrated above —at a surprisingly small cost. Think oyer these advantages! 1. "Fibrolite" Builds Better Homes: By building • with " FIBROLfFE " you obtain the comfort and security of a dwelling .. - that is permanently attractive and durable, warm in winter, cool in summer, hygienic, fire-safe, and free from the menace of white ants. 2. Low " First Cost The total erected cost of a " FIBROLITE " Asbestos-Cement Dwelling is actually less than that of a weatherboard house of same size and design. 3. Low "Upkeep Cost": "FIBROLITE" practically eliminates maintenance costs, as this durable building material contains nothing .. to rot, rust, corrode, or deterior...

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MILESTONES OF LIFE The Passing of John Knight [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

MILESTONES OF LIFE The Passing 6f John Knight "Old Townic" Writes in the Coonn barabran Timc:"s ■ , Once again , the .memories- of days .if the 'long- ago are . revived by the sudden passing- of Mr. Jack Knight; was,*to me, of a younger generation (rea'ly. being -contemporary with. • iy self) lie ^nevertheless provided - a vivid-.link,-with those pioneers .who; laid the foundation of what.Coona barabran is to-day and . certainly helped to carry on the good work of the aforesaid pioneers. •Young Jack Knight perhaps "knew nob Joseph",, for we \vci'e in those days"just kids," but his father, Jii.'k Knight whose home, Tannabar, was the mccca of many in the early .lays, was known from Ben to Beeisheba as a man who was one of Nature's gentlemen in everything he did or said: 'Young Jack, no doubt, shaved some of the trials and hardships that had ;to': be, endured by , his* Dad r.nd I fellow pioneers, and was a better- man I for 'it. I first became acquainted with Jack Knight'(Tannabar) in ...

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GULAR SHOW DATES May 23 and 24 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

GULAR SHOW DATES May 23 and 24 At a meeting of the committcs of the Gulargambone P. and A. • Association, (held 'on Saturday.. - last, it was dccided to hold a combinad carnival and show- jn Friday and Saturday,- May 23 - and 24. The aclion of the committee is'un. that will rc-ce.ve the . whole .hearted approval of all sections-;of ;the-' co^i munity, ■■for the- holding; of-^a > show demonstrates < to v the ^ outside ; world; that there: are still: some; public spirit ed men who consider.; their," district worth the advertisement- which -re-: suIts from su ch exhibi tio'ns. .. Its suc cess is beyond doubt. ■The following- were elected :to pre pare the "schedule for the- various sections for recommendation- -jit-rthet next meeting:— Messrs. A. E. Jones, P. Wheaton, H. S.-Naylor,, F. S. Hawkins,-W;:. A . , Munro, A. W. Bolger, and -N. ;Oi. Kingsley for Ring- events and sports programme. ...: :. ■. - : Section G. Farm Produce: Messrtv W. Clarke, and S. Simpson. Sheep 'and...

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OBITUARY Mrs. Maloney [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

OBITUARY .Mrs. Maloney A.t ' hor residence, Lowciv jMillor .Street; Gilgandra, the death 'occ'iin'ed on Tuesday night o£ Mrs: B ney, at the age of 70 years. The "deceased "had been a resident of G I gandra- for the. past 9 years, having previously; resided at Guiana lbonrv. ■rior husband predeceased: her about;:7 years ago'. .She leaves one daughter; (Mrs; J.' R. • Adams, Gilgandra) and: four sons, Messrs. John ' (Dubboh Michael, Thomas and Francis (Gular gambone). The remains were laid to rest in the Roman • Catholic coi tion of the Gilgandra cemetery on Wednesday, the Rev. Father Pavl;er conducing the service.

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Armatree v Berida [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Armatree v Berida „ ' Scores of match played at Arniafcvee against . Berida on Sunday, March: 9, for the II. J. Lewis and Sons Cup: ARMATREE J. Connolly, ],b.w., b Murray : i- .: .3 W. Twigg, c Murry,, b Mc Cutcheon ' •. •. ,13 C. Twigg, b Chisholm ' ' 1 - 44 •A;'--r-Macken,c,--Ohisholm,:-b'i:0'N'eiIli'65i N. Law, c Knopp, b O. Mc-' Cutchcon, - ,37 J. Hodgson, c Murray, b Mc- - ' Cutchcon 24 P. Law, not out 33 W, Mitchell, b McCutcheon "44 W. Gillet, b Robinson .3 J. Cobcroft, c Murray, b Robinson 6 GTwigg, b Murray - ■ ' i , Sundries li Total - > 226 ;oiBowling':'Averages:—A0. Mc-. Cutcheon>"3-C3;:iL. Murray 2-68, M. Robinson 2-35, J.- O'Neill 1-19, Hv Chisholm 1-17, R. McCutcheon 1-35.: BERIDA B. 'CHisholmi_ st. .Twiggj b Macken 11 A; "McCutcheon, l.b.w., b Gillet 8 R. McCutcheon, st Twigg, b .Gillet : 0 L. Murray, b Gillet 0 K. Chisholm, b Macken 3 T. Murry, c Gillet, b Mackon 31' J. O'Neill, b Macken 0 C.- Murry, run out 0 0. Knopp, b Gillet _ l L. Eggleston, not out 2 M. ...

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C.W.A. AND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

IV v. - . ■: • I _C.W.A. AND HOSPITAL. | : At a recent meeting of the .Gil)?sin i dra Hospital Committee it was i cidcd to approach the various C. W.A. branches within this district with a view to securing their assistance in i raising funds,' and the branches were | written to asking would they . Yll.nv i members of-the . committee to addr.j^s their members. At Tuesday night's meeting Mr. L. D. Serisier (Pf si don')' reported that he and Brown, had' addressed the Gilgan-L.i branch and 'had, received an assjr • n.cc > that^tlie GvW'.-A. members would consider the "matter at their next nieet'ng. Mr. Serisier said he had pointed out that the C.W.A. were the only organised body of women and unless they .were prepared to as- j sist the hospital it would be ncces-j sa'ry to'.-form ;a women's auxilary _com >mittee; . whichv attended -to' all: hos pital matters*, where the aid of the ladieswas' required. This system •was - in vogue, in other; centres nml should be able to be worked s...

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

| IMPORTANT | PROPERTY SALE Arthur Byrne and. Co., I Gulargambone I ' Have- received instructions from , Mr.- S. R. Skuthorpe to submit by i Public Auction at GULARGAMBONE ! o'-.i' ' '" , ' - Saturday, March 22, 1930 at 3 p.m. • . ' I That - .well-known "WILBERMERE". i Property, inTwo Blocks, situated one |in;le from Gulargambone., two miles, i from Gular Railway. / : i BLOCK 1—'Comprising 2,3G5 Acres, 400 acres C.P. and 1875 acres C.L., all unrestricted Title; approximate amount due to Crown, £2850. County: 1955 acres consist of rich myall," belah, and budtlia country, now well grassed; balance (410 acres) brolcen plain, timbered with box,' pine, :and budtha, some valu able pine,, lias frontage to Castle reagh River. ... Fencing: Sub-divided into five - pad docks. ' i Watered fcy: one 1500yd. iank, one tank and dam .of ■ 2000 .yards, one tank and- dam: of 1000 yards, one i. sub. bore with "Rosebery" engine - and GO feet troughing. Block 2—Homestead.-JJlock, compris i r.inj;. 565 ac...

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ANOTHER RACING CLUB Pony and All-Heights Formed Strong Support Promised. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

ANOTHER RACING CLUB Pony and All-Heights . Formed Strong Support Promised. i At a meeting of 1-ical spo.< s and - enlliusiastics, held at the A.B.C. Cafe on Tuesd&y night, i; was un-* nnimously decidcd to form a new racing club, to be known as the Gilgandra Pony and AlI-Hoight3. Mr. B. Cottcc was elected sec- - retary. Mi-. E. Scho'z, chief convener of the gathering, occupied the chair, and^ fuily explained the object , of the meeting. It was to form a Pony and All-He'ghts Club; and not a "Number,., Nine" as many would have it,;; and; they were out to give the jiublic : ■ a ;: good day's sport, for a litrle .money'. 1-Ie had got advice on the. matter and,, had been advised that in the event of • a club being formed, they should 'affil-;; Hate'with the A.R.C. There had1 baen such clubs in the district and very sue cessful meetings were held regularly, at Mudgee and other country.' towns;'Q By affiliating the • club would-^bo .s a : registered body, and they would b...

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

GENERAY NEWS , • At a committee meeting of the : Bouvbah Amateur Turf Club held on ." Wednesday, 5th inst, it'was decided to abandon the meeting originally in : v tended to be held early in next ■ month. There were 5 horses- pad docked for the meeting and there was nothing left for the officials to do:but; \:to;abandon the meeting. ■ -All interested are notified that, a' •v meeting of the C.W.A. will.be held: on Saturday next, 15th inst at 3 p.nv.; ■ Business is very important andwjar '■lavge "attendance is requested. - * # * » • On Saturday. afternoon next,?<the 15th inst. in Brien's hall, a;:meeting, of the Gulargambone Jockey club will ' : bo held, to consider the advisability of holding a meeting about ithe'mid^ i dle' of the year to liquidate the • loss • sustained on the meeting held in Jail \ ary last. The meeting ^s v timed , to' start at 3 p.m. and:a large-attendance - is requested. ' . . * , * ♦ . The continued dry weather -is •:causing pastures to-rapidly die o...

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HOW'S THIS COBBORA? Generous Offer by Colts [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

HOW'S THIS COBBORA - Generous Offer by Colts At a meeting of the OiJgandra ^ Coils' Cricket Club, held on Friday ■s night last, it was decided that in an endeavour to bring about the pro-, posed match at Mendooran with ' Cobbora /or the Calopedis Cup, that the Colts would also put up a Cup and :he winners would .take both trojjjjes. Mr. B. Wood ocupied the chair, f and there were also present: Messrs 1 R. M. Diggs, W. Elsom, E. Mud'e,' N. Meers, P. Hcarn, T. Ryan, j'l Moms, H. Williams, A. Hobbs, D : Ryan, A. Holswich, I£. Williams, and the secretary, J. Morley. , a The minutes of the last meeting and special meeting were read and , confirmed: Arising out 0f the miri utes Mr. Morley reported that - the I recreation ground had been,measur ed and that it ivas too small to allow of another wicket t0 be made in ^U ciaon to the one in .use at present',^ . The matter of finding another ground • was allowed :to stnnd over, till next season. ^■■..,. , . The secretary reported that: no re pl...

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

PERSONAL PARS .w.Quite some lit;le cxcitement' was caused in our township last week when it was announced that Mrs. D. Joiner had presented Mr. Joiner with: twins. We join in extending , oui* congratulatibns, • also. » « * ■■ • : ■ ' ■ ■■; After a delightful holiday,spent in • Sydney, . Mr . and Mrs.. A. Ferguson, =,anil daughter Edna of "Uluma", Imvo returned home. J.::.':1''.. " o Fresh back from a short stay at Petersham, Sydney, is Mr. 0. J Gordon, of "Silent Dale." . Also ,Mr. :.A.:. J., Frazer after a holiday .spent': ; in Wal.erawang. Mr. F"azer is-"not. '.enjoying" the:.best, of health of "late ■ and he is receiving treatment. ■ ; 5:':'' • # * * > Mrs. W. 11. Macauby has returned to Gulargambone after a holiday spent in Sydney. • * * * ; :Mr. J; Sanders, formerly attached to the Gulargambone Pol!ce force and now fo Stuart Town spent the week end in Gulargambone. • < * • V Mr. G. Watt of the Commercial 13s"51c spent the week "end in Coon amble. . ~ » * • • Mr. F...

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GILGANDRA ON THE SCREEN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

GILGANDRA ON THE ,SCREEN . On Monday and Tuesday next-at tho Crystal Palace ;pictur'e- goers:.-will be treated to an entertainment, whrjh •will give theni 100 per cent satisfuc tion. Besides the,,usual programme, pictures of Gilgandra will also bo shown. 1 .. Wo have arranged to have pictures v of G.'lgandrataken/ ■ next Saturday and Sunday and.shown to you the fol lowing night. • The pictures will.consist of the ■Main street, 'Private- Residences, Main Public Buildings, all branches of sport etc. • In addition..views of other parts of the ■ State will also' be shown, which ' alP'tcnds to make this, presentation VlOO,per cent, excellent ontertninment. 'Changing support.cach night. Be. sure you are on the film

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