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Gular v. Merri Merri [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

. Gular v. Merri Merri Gulargambone v. Merri Merri lst's '■ In a return match between these teams, the former proved superior after a very enjoyable game. Sent to the wickets, consistent scores by II. Lewis, Sen. (44), H. Lewis Jnr. (43), W. Sutton (32), J. Sutton 27, and Hourn 23 resulted in a total seoru of *197 when the last wicket fell. The wickets were evenly distributed, the ,7 bowlers tried each ^accounted for 1 or mo'.'C. J. Donolloe 2-10, se cured the average, though M. Donu hue -2-42 bowled well all through. !~To this score Merri Me'rri could only muster 109, the two best per formances being W. Peacock >->nv. '5'iV 'and Nutt 17, who made the runs vjlhen they were required. The rdrniei''s score included 4 four's and one 8. The gem however proved to be the bowling of W. Sutton, who staged a comeback and secured tnc splendid average of 8-26 of 0.. 3. overs. He flighted the ball well and kicked it back both ways. Congratu lations, old timer. In a follow on, the score was...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Associates Golf [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Associates Golf . At a meeting of members of Gilgandra Associates Golf-club Mrs. B ■ Boon was elected secretary,' in place of Miss May Townscnd, who re signed. The wliole of the memli'.'rs present were elected to Hie committee viz.-, Mesdames Leake, Khron, and Misses Pearson, Covontry, Ellis, Kior, Boon, Townscnd. ..T^q selection com mittee will bp Mesdames Boon, ICro'in and M'ss Townsend.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET BREELONG v. SPRINGFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

CRICKET BREELONG v. SPRINGFIELD Breclong met and defeated Spring field; oiu the . latters ground after a very friendly and sporting game. Springfield.is only a new club and it is quite evident they play the game for the love of it and any club near their own strength can be assured of a good game of cricket and a picnic treat .from their ladies. The baby of the'r club is a promising batsman, as young Allan McKellar bailed up to Brcelongs noted bowlers and was unconquered at the end. Following are the scores:— SPRINGFIELD 1st INNINGS •A. Childs, b R. Irvitt 8 J. "Wynne, b R, irvin - 5 F. Semmler, c and b E.'McKechnie 6: F. Long b E. McKechnie 2 C. McKellar, c McEwcn, b E. : , ( McICcchnie, 4 G. McKellar, b R. Irvin , 2 A. Raglus, c Cox^ b,V. McEwcn 0 A." McKellar, not out - 10 E. Hillier, b McEwen '• 3 A. Raglus. b D*. J. Butler 13 G. McKellar, -b R; ,Iryin . 3 Sundries ' ' 6 Total 62 BREELONG 1st INNINGS E. McKechnie, c Wynne, b A. ^ Raglus 20 L. McKecknie, c McKellar, b A. , Clrlds...

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

Fertile Farm "s1v-Mr....-Hari,y.-4Cingliami-of'iMilIt;horre, .fronv'.'a'i'2S''acre/ paddockiihas cut 50 tons; of vhay.r A 'second-growth' crop appeared ' jafl.er ..the hay - had . "been ■garnered; and'from. this ho harvested 67;bags of wheat.. The grain, although smaller than the - average, was a br'ght and clean sample.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Air Pageant for [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Air Pageant for ~Narromi rie - Navromine is taking the ]ead in the rWest* as far as aeroplane pageants are concerned; vand on: April 5 and 0 •over: 20 machines will take part in the. display, including Kintjsfovd Smith's' b^g triple engined Avro-Pok ker,- and . Lris. -I-Iolden's Canberra. Many of AustraMa's famous pilots arc taking :: part, and. pra'chute descents ore to bo featured by members of the ;Gommonwealthw Air Force.

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

SEND YOUR #sns ® ;p0ST0 44BRiDS£S! &lr L. SYDNEY The Firm Thai Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents Personal Attention To Every LpI." TANKS TANKS 1000 GALLON, 21 gage. walls and bottom; 20' ga'ge top;■ iT tap., £7. . : 3000 GALLON; same ^materials, as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/., 3000 GALLON,-as above,''£13/10/. "Without tops less £1/5'/, and tap 6/6 extra. " . AH Priccs Cash 011 Delivery. Trices for, other tanks or for inaking_.oii application. A. P. Walton, Gilgai.^-ia Phone 71. WOOD! WOOD' WOOD! ■■. W SPTTTLES '' Will supply firewood cut to any lencth and "size at. shortest notice. PRICE 12/ PER LOAD. Address: Lowar MiJlcr street, WLGANDTIA. ' . PHONK 178. , Your local Storekeeper has Xpert. If he is out of stock, write to • NOYES BROS. (Sydney) LTD., 115 Clarence Street, Sydney. game with XPERT Use Xpert always and got more game. Low breefch pressure, no ob jectionable recoil, and close, effective patterns are out standing features of Xpert. Employs special ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Might Kill a Woman [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Might Kill a Woman "Wo arc not -concerned / one bit about these motor speedsters killing themselves, but in their mad .career ing. i,hey might kill a woman or: litlie children.": The above--'very-sensible remark was passed^ at the -.meeting' <rf the Narromhic-C.W.A. on- Thursday afternoon when the ladies discussed the advisability of writing to:, the police to have motor speedsters stop-:; Pod from careering -Vol]' Narromine's streets. * - On Saturday afternoon a vcry prel ty wedding was; celebrated nt St?. Brigid's ■ Cliurcli,' Dubbo, in the pre-, sence of a iai-ge gathering of relativc-s and friends. ' The contracting.parties vcre .'Elsie;- second daughter: of- Mi:. and Mrs. R.-. Harrison,- of ' Rawson street, Dubbo, and John Mervyn, sec ond son of Mr. and Mrs. J J. Logue, of Darling Street, Dubbo. I Mr.yA. McClelland who is to op pose Mr. II. V. C. Thorby for the' Dubbo seat in ;the : State ? election!!, was in town' on Wednesday, say the Wellington -"Times'' making, h...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COLLIE C.W.A. HALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

COLLIE C.W.A. HAL/L A meeting of the Collie branch of the C. WvA. was held on March 1st. The following: members being pres ent:— Mesdames Mealy (in the chain 1-1. Bagie, P. McMasier, C. Monk, E. Meors, ' J. Young, A. .Hughes; L. Stewart, C.. Stewart, J. Donnelly, J.: Welsh, P. vllughes, P. Moore, W. McNabb, A. Miller, V. Mecrs, and Misses. B: Jones, E. Monk, A. Monk. R.: Miller, M. M:llev, D; Mealoy, E. Murray and I. Murray.' • - • . ' Tllat a representative of the Gil gandra Hospital ' Committee be in formed that they may ft ':tend rce.vt meeting :-^Carried. ' '• That names and address of all mem, bers be forwarded to Mrs. W. Mnc kay, . Jnr.', as requested.'—^Carried. ..That ' the Secretary inform .the Bank manager that lite signature-of Mrs -Welsh be cancelled as acting treasurer Carried.. That the motion to build the"h'.ill on the. original plan's and specifica tions be receinded.—Carried. ; . That we accept the altered .'.plans nnd specifications as supplied by Mr.: Smith, build...

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

Announcement Extraordinary BERT RAY'S PANTOMIME COY 'CINDEREL LA" AUSTRALIAN HALL, GILGANDRA Wednesday, March 19, 1930 Includ'ng Australia's Brilliant Com - edian, Maggie- Dooley NewVSccnes, and Laughter. Beautiful Balletsand Ensemble?.. Bring the. kiddies to see i this wonderful show) direct - from the Kings Theatre, Melbourne. i Prices: 4/-. 3/-,'2/- (plus tax) , i Children half-price. Box plan at Miller's. Book your seats early. J- H- PROCTOR GROCERY & HARDWARE MERCHANT MILLER STREET GILGANDRA Quotations Given for Fur niture Stores, Cyclone Gates, Etc. : All Stocks are Fresh and PRICES LOW A Trial Will be Appreciated . METHODIST CHURCH w A Public Tea Will be ftfrd in the Australian Hall G Igandra on Satruday, M^ch 15th, 1930 . Tea on Tables to 7.30 p. in, Adults 2/-. Children.^SfuIer 14 half price. MRS. L. TOMlWsON, m. See; CRYSTAL" P A L 'A'.r E PICTURES This Saturday yBe^te Bennett in " ;*WILD GEESE" and wluiam Haines in "A MAN'S MAN" MondajS^md Tuesday LOCAL NEWS, SCEN...

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

Enquire at local Agency regarding llAY-BY ACCOUNTS for special objectives .GOVERNMENT JUL SAVINGS BANK of N.S.W. Hm4 Offices 48-50 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY V. J. KELLY- Local A«e»t, Most y L hwmmee economic#// foi'B&tss, |@i° Cirls I Balbies "t©* F};<hi*-yhy ' WEARPROOF hosiery' LIMITED Whtftattfr onh/ hi/ WEARPROOF hosiery (SALES) LTD. Eveleiiili SI. nc.ir Cleveland St. ftcdfcrn. I'Iiomc Kcd, SOU Low Weight with High I Power Perhaps New Model 'C' A higher-powered Tractor than our former 12/20 h.p. Model which it replaces Call in-or write in its natural blue THE New Model "L" Case Tractor sets a new low weight for a tractor of its power capacity. You can accom plish more work with a tractor like this. You can be out on your land when a heavier machine would be useless.. You can get your ploughing and seeding done earlier. You can save time. Three forward speeds, 2!^, 3% and 4 miles per hour, assure you of fast work; The tractor is highly efficient for every job from p...

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SCHOOL ESSAY'S From Greenwood Public School [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

, SCHOOL ESSAY'S From Greenwood Public School' ■ .."Pussy -Gat, Pussy Gat W!v: .o iiave.-you been.?" I lived .at home in the old hay burn. I- lived- \vith my sisters, brothers aiul< iiio.thor -in a: corner in the 1 straw. There, nothing coukl harm us, and we lived. ioni -rats and mice. Sometimes rats and mice wore not as nice as the v cream the girl brought us from the. farm -house, which was not very far'away. -One day mother told me to go for.;iv' walk up to the farm house .S6:-I.'rthought-;I would go for my first walk .where' it; was: safe. As I. climb ed.-.the ; fence:.I saw. to my disgust a .'■iog.f.rtl-s did- 'noi ?like- dogs so I made nfy- tail big/and arched my back. The dogs^sometimoscame with the little .g'r's-j-to ,thc barn, although mother was.there then,. I jumped clown and made :my-:way to the girl who stood on ^he. step. She took me in her arms.and carried mo back to the barn. v Some days later I went alone to the field.- / ThereI /wandered about notlooking...

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CHURCH SERVICES Gulargambone Presbyterian Church Service, Sunday, March 16th:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

s CHURCH SERVICES ..rGu'arganibono Presbyterian Church Sol vice, Sunday, March, lGth:— 11 a.m. .Gulargaml)oiio>.:Gamnnin!ori Sorvicc; 3 p.m. Box Ridgo; 7.30' p.m. Coonamblo,-.Communion Sol--;: vice. . - Preacher: Rev. 1C.« W. Burton. Church of Chris,t Sunday lGth—, , Gilgandra, School 2 p.m., Com-*! munion _and -Baptismal^Scrvice .3 p.in v Gospel Meqting 7.30 p.m. Bulla--' doranr School' G.30 :p;m; Church 7.30 p.m.' ' A. R. Lloyd, Evangelist.

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TOMMY HOWARD'S VISIT Enthusiasm Displayed [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

TOMMY HOWARD'S • ' ; VISIT Enthusiasm Displayed Usual interest is bein&' dis-. - played in the visit to GilgSxndra ' this week-pud of Tommy How _nrd, noted golf player, who will > be in the district for about 10 • days. ' r . With the visit of such an authority, a -Eplcntl'd opportunity Ms •ava:]ah;o •for those who desire to. socuie the prope.- style and clubs, for* it is' a well /known fact that;-where a^playef: starts out to';.conqucr ;this-game: in an unorthodox manner-he: will •-veryJSfjl-; dom progress; beyond ,certain stnn-, dard. The choice of proper/clubs is also a' very important matter^iand: in: this d-rectionVMr.-Howard,: who as one of • the largest club makers" iir. the State, will be able to odor the best of advice, and will have a number of clubs with him to .sell. . Tommy Howard (&ccond from riglit( ,greeting Walter Hagen upon his arrival in Sydney. [ 'At a mooting of. the committee of r'lhe 'Gilgandra: Golf C.'ub: on ^Monday .night-it was dccidcd--...

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Farewell to Dr. Campling [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

■JFarewell to Dr. Campling •' On ! Tuesday -night1 next, a public i farewell and presentation .will-be ten-, •icrcd'Dr. R. Campling, who has■■ilu-. nosed of Iv's practico .to Dr. Tarli>i-: !;on,-of Manly,.-. During-his T3sidyn'.:c; i in Gilgandra Dr. Campling has built 11 p .a splendid practice by'liisvskill as -nicdical man. combined with' ! n;s: :pleasing personality, and has endenr ■;1 himself to a'l classes of. the: com munity. In ' the world of; sport ;he bus been an' acquisition, having, talwn ■nuyt in .tenn'sj cricket; golf and bowl:). He intends to "practico; in the:ci^y in ■I'ti! ure. llis -successor, the sporting fraternity'w'll£be pi cased to know, is •i. tennis player and golfer. • Over 40 anthuaiasis were -pro sont at the annual meeting, of tbo . Gil^andr.i: Foe' ball Club last t'.' rr h t. Full import will appear Monday. .

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

Tenuis Meeting The .mnual meet.iR of member oC ' ho G'Jgantlni ' Tennis , Glub- >will :-be ^eld .nt. the/Institute on: Friday- riiffh!,,: n;hcn .the 'election of - oflice.'s■and llio in''?.senta ion of the balance sheet: will ')>■> the main business.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Opening of Golf Season [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Opening of Golf.Seaso.i • The official .ogening /oJUtho*Gflgan;.t dra golfiing season: will "take plac'o^on ! ^'Sunday,.- April 0. The liiiksfiare now in perfect order and awlavRe increase iiv monibe ^1iasr rosultcd'~:'Guln.v-' .tjp.mbone c"'ub- will open* on March -8.0,-; "andr'it is. anticipated - that' Toov.iIwihv : nali - will followi£i -weck after^GilR'an dv;i. . "

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

Hospital Sports ;-0*h- !l3ftfst<y -Monday a monster day's sports .will be -hcld-'on the<<G:lgandraL racecourse - in aid. of the, :Gngandra District Hospital, followed bya movjcr. Ijallni" i)ight.>i An.'energcticcommit- ■ tec - are arrang'ng1 the programme, ( ^rjliicjh WjilU'Tie issued jshortly and" ivliich" will be. found > to eater foivall l sections »of the community.

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

New Hospital Scheme Will a view to falling into line with the suggestion offered by.-Host pita] Commissioner. Love, when he ' wmfcly visited Gilgandra, a sub-com mittec from; the . Gilgan3ra District Ilospitali Committee are to discuss: ways and means of securing a contri bution of Gd. per week from'each"; per son in 4''o community, which in-tuvir will entitle the-contributor to froc tiospitaMrc.'itment.: Messrs Gamoron, Brown, IIorAloy, Scris'cr and Withers were -.appointed a sub-committee 'and they will report at a special .meeting, to be held in two' weeks time! ';:,

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A Case For Economy. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

A Case,For Economy. An interesting table of working results lias been compiled by Mr. II. S. Barling "Upson Downs/' Navro-' mine, who has written , the Gcmnu'lL Power. Fanning Co. Ltd. •• concerning: his Now Model "I," Case Tra^tov: "Pulling a 12 ft 'It fync Sunshine Combine I have covered ;■ 370 ':ic'hi •of cround ata cost of 210 gallons of power kerosene and bcn//nc. wh!ch von wili see works out at about 4i< nints to the acve. Mr. Bai'lins, in his appreciation'.of the new model "I>" points out that the-working parts are remarkably accessible, and e:m bo inrpectcd in a minute—a con voir-; mm not possessed bv the o?d .modal ;•<• Valuable factors, also, arc the in creased speed in higher gear for tra veling, with more pace on working gear. He further spates- that 'the •tractor has been-.entirely free from tr.oublc, and is do'ng nice work.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Mr. H. Baveas [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 13 March 1930

Mr. H. Baveas After a residence in G'lgandrsi of upwards of 20 years Mr. Harry Ra •voas quietly took his departing from Gi'gandra 'on Saturday last, ami is now on the water-for his native laud Grcoce. "Harry.fV.as ha-was- fami liarly known; was - respected -by ail rcttions 'of .the community,''.-and*;any movement for the advancement oE. the town, oi'--£tfiy. charatiblc:affair,;a?.wnyd had lvs: wholev-hearted:: suppovt. Until ■a few months ago he conducted- Uie: A.B.C. Cafe,"'when he disposed* of :hig;interests-to:,Messrs' Peters and Co.■■ There was no-.citizen1,more- worthy, of . a public sondjoff than our ifriond, but with ,h:s:;usiial retiring dispesi-, L'nn -lie kept -hisdeparture a;, secret., fearing Jeast lie should be publ ic' hon ored. However, 'ihe comny'itftee of "the . Gilg-a'ndi'a District Hospital- are showing their;apprecition of his: ef forts for the .institut'on by forward ing ' a -letter of appreciation to: him. At the last meeting, of the committee, 1 Mr. L. D: Se\'...

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