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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE _YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? Advertising Gets 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 for its quality—you bay the confidence of its readers in your product. . ../ : 'i:f ADVERTISING COVERAGE GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) AT A 25 PER GENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a c6verage of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY *— fu^Iish ed every Thursday' afternoon; Th& Gilgandra "Castlereagh" and lVlan«: dooran "News'". arq issued with.; "The Weekly," so that advertisers will'reach readers of t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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7,500,000 MILES BY AIR Wonderful Record of West Australians Airways Perth, The Key Airport of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

f 7,500,000 MILES BY AIR Wonderful Record of West Australians Airways Perth, The Key Airport of , Australia Some day and ;not- in the far ( dis tant future, fast: mail-planes will'.bc •gin.sflying-j on long stages" from'-Perth ; .'to ^Melbourne—flying / Ithroughw the night as well as the day. The importance ,of Perth as a tei jninal- airportvisidaily1 becoming1 more apparent^ The extension "of the Anglo-Indian Air .Mail . in -Karachi and Delhi, saving.; afurther24 hours between ^London and Delhi, is-now in operation; The' second greatest Em pire airway, London to Egypt and South-Africa is to be" opened irr part during: this year. Experimental Em pire flights are being, planned for the second largest airships the R-lOO'ancl ; Ii-101, which will include Australia. 1 Within two years at the most, it •seems safe to assume that -British i airships- and planes extending from I . the: Anglo-Indian service will'terniin-1 ate. ;thei'r' Empire long journey in West ; Australia;:1 The mail ~ bu...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Amazing Recovery [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

• Amazing Recovery Taken-ito Sydney under the. Fai West; Children^ Health Scheme, Will Hook,, of Lake Wulah iieai\ Nai'rabri, was admitted to- the Iloya Prince Ed ward. Hospital. where an' operation was performed by one of the scheme's hon. orthopaedic surgeons..' ,• His'leg has been withered for five years, the result of an attack of infantile: para lysis. After less, than three months treatment Bill has returned home, the leg no longer withered or shorter than the other, being able now to walk without crutches. Bill writes after his return thanking the scheme for his, recovery, and adds, "L could not sleep on the way up because of iny excitement. My parents nr.'l brothers and sisters could hardly be lieve their eyes when I exhibited vny walking ability. I am the -talk of Narrabri at present." Bill is fifteen years of age. ITis splendid fortitude in-suffering under treatment and his gonial nature no doubt assisted ma terially in accomplishing so amazing a result. • .' i i ,, | ' , ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

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. Helip Saxc, 38 inch, 9£d. yard. JAP CREPES, ail shades 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 1/- to 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT-CURTAIN CLOTH,, 1/4o. yard. , ■ "'"'j 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 VCLEAR A J HABGOOD 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, Fittings, Baths, B...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

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Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GULARGAMBONE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

~ CHURCH SERVICES •;V: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ■ GULARGAMBONE • ' Sunday, 23vd March:—11 a.m. Gu:lavgu:mbone; )3 Girraween; 7.30 p.m. iCoonnmble^ Prcaphev, K., W. Burton. • GILGANDRA- PRESBYTERIAN Sunday, March. 23rd:—Hillside-11 j a.m.; Toovuwecnah 3 p.m.Gilgan l .'ni" 7.30 p.m. Minister, Rev; T. Eurfyl Jones • t

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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IS WHEAT GROWING PROFITABLE? (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

IS WHEAT GROWING ' PROFITABLE? (To The Editor) Sir,—I' note 2 F.C.- Sydney, has been broadcasting the last few dav.' |'Grow:.;..-.More- Wheat'.'. Poor ' Old Ccckie/ Our Federal Gbvernmen during the past few years have ' in creased the cost of growing wheat in Australia more than 100 .per cent, principally by high tariff and Arbi tration court awards, in fact killed the industry ,or reduced it to such a sta'e that the wheat grower lias had to cast round to find some" other means of making a living from his land. ' .. ' The high cost of harvesting machiri ery and other tools of trade has brok en his back. If it was not so serious it would be quite ludicrous the,-'Way: our . Government are now squeeling to the farmer to grow more wiles' hoping for .a good season to pull them out of a financial mess of the'r own making. I was a wheat grower for many vears, but had to give it up or broke owing' to (the (high cost of: everyth'ng connected with the bus iness, and I can state without fear o...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GOLF AT GULARGAMBONE Win For Local Players [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

GOLF AT GULARGAMBONE - ; i: •: . Win. For Local Players '.(From- Our Gi^laV-'gambone Coitos ponuent) The past few days have been'. o£ considerable interest to ■ local; .jgolf enthusiasts owing to a visit froiir iv; ■ Tommy Howard, the champion, golfeiv wlio is the holder of_every. Aush'ali an championship of note; as'.:well as president of the 'Professional- Golfers Association of N ; S . W. and' also Aus-; tralia. t Mr. Howard v'sited'-our - town on. Tuesday and Wednesday and. wap kept,very busy giving lessons to looa. players. - * On Tuesday afternoon a four ball best.ball 9 hole exhibition match was payed . between ^Messrs ■ T :"; Howard (Concord) and II. Campbell (Gilgan dra) and "Messrs. McKie and Tluii gerford (Gularganibone) 'which re sulting: in a. win for theHocal pair by two up. Mr. Howard did not play up to the form displayed' in his match :a * Gilgandra, due mainly, to the : s:renu ous time he has'; had teaching since arriving from Sydney. This is.in no way underrating t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Is It Fair [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Is It Fair For the past few days, the premi ses until recently occupied by P. S. Hawkins as storekeeper, have been occupied, by a travelling draper. Surely something could be—it cer tainly should be—done by local store keepers to prevent this kind of com petition. The-general depression of trade "existing in the city has resulted in. the country being invaded with i trayelleib- of £.\}1 descriptions, not withstanding the fact that the coun i try-is also feeling the aftermath of several years' of setbacks. It can be ceasily Understood that an association i of , any-kind can not put a stop to | house to house canvassing, by these travellers, but when premises or sample rooms are occupied by them, i it is -time local storekeepers formed an assoc'ation to see if something cannot be done to cut out this untx'.r i, competition. With the greater por tion of these travellers it is a case of of "cash up, no tick," so that it is again the local man who has to stand out for his money# Who is g...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE Meeting of Electoral Council [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE Meeting of Electoral Council j. ! A meeting- of the Coonamble Elec toral Council of the Castlereagh elec torate was held in the Municipal .Chambers on.Saturday afternoon. Mr. M. J. A: Feehan occupied |the . chair, the others in attendance jbeing Messrs.. R. V. Hole, Iv. l».. Lance, J-. Landers, II. R. Butts worth. and J. M. Rees (secretary) ... Captain Abbott was also pi'esent by invitation. Captain Abbott addressed the.meet ■ .ing at some length on the matter of ■ organisation. On the motion of Mr. Landers, sec onded by Mr_ Hole, it was decided to linform the head offices of-the Coun | ti'y Party and Nationalist organisa jtions that the local electoral eommit jtec considers that April 8th would be 'a suitable date for the first electoral ■conference, and that same bo held at Coonamble to start llvJ ..'electoral Council. ■ , ■' Messrs 'M. J. A. Feehan and J. Landers were-elected delegates to re present .. .the Coonamble Electoral Council..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

HORSE SALE siiire^cards, gilgandra Saturday, 2£^id March, 1930 at 10 Working Draugl\lIorses. christie 73ROS., Auctioneers. GENERAL TENNIS MEETING a" General T<jnnis Meeting will be lio'd : in KingsluyS^uid Mathos Office, Gulargambone, on Thursday, 27th Mqrch, 1930 at 8 o'clock N. 0. KINCtSLEY, President WEN'S DANCE ORCHESTRA, open for engagement. HeaW Offiee Box 2489MM, g.P.O. Sydneyt. Phono FX 3075. Also Box 58 P.O. Orange. ' WANTED TO BOARD Wanted to board - two . children;. Apply— sister hill, ' Chinnock Private Hospital, Gilganilrn .'■■■■* OSTt-InNfiilgandra. this morn-. , *-■ ing^nX^EATHER PORT. Rewards on f^'U^tnit^g to Police Sta tion. PROPERTYSALE Saturday, March 22nd, 1930 /\ at 3 p.m. *■'" A. TOWNSEND AND SON have been instructed by Mr. A., Organ to sell on aboVe date, his Cottage Pro-, pcrty in Wartyboin Street, Gilgandra.. - 4 Rooms, kityien, J, acre land. Recently painted inside and out. Well fenceds: a Npiost comfortable home. ;- ; , a..townsen\and son, .uct...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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NEW ENGLAND MERINO 21d. Fine Wools Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

NEW ENGLAND MERINO 21 d. Fine Wools Wanted , • •W'ni'hcomlja,:"CarEon . Lid.:.:report: Bidding for fine qua'ity merino fleece wools was - very:, keen at our Sydney -auction on Monday! Rates for them ! were fully maintained on previous Sydney figures.' Values for average . fleecerwools .were t slightly, in* buyers' , favor.,. Skirtings-sold at firm .prices. Inquiry for comebacks and crossbreds. I weakened bids for them being on a . lower basis> I France purchased with great acti .vityJv. Japan operated, strongly. Ger | many, bought with freedom. Demand from Yorkshire was'not so keen. Bel gium, Italy and America captured, j • Estate George Moffattj Yarrowyck, | Armidale,,secured our top price 21d; i for a ■line'* of wethers fleece, fine in quality, .'soft handling and attractive in: length and condition. The weth ers' sold at IGd., 153d., 15*d., 14i<J., 141d>( 14d., broken 12id.; pisces 11 Jd., bellies 83d. Our sales .included: — S. II .Walker, Yass 17d; Henry M. . Lo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Important Property Sale [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Important Property Sale ; Mr# S. R. Skuthorpe's well-known Wilbermere property, in two blocks, situated one rnile from Gulargam bone, will be offered at auction on Saturday,, 22nd inst., at 3 p.m. This property was originally portion of the famous Gulargambone Station. Pull particulars may be had on ap plication to the auctioneers, Messrs. 'Arthur Byrne and Co., Gulargam bone. -i.Lfij.ii ili

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WEEK-END CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

WEEK-END CRICKET Gilgandra Colts will visit Armatree on Sunday in an-endeavour to re gain-.the Pentes and 'Gleesos trophy, which that club won. from the Colts a.^fortnight ago;. Cars: will leave at 9 a.m. and the selected players are asked to be on time, asran hour lost may: afTecc the ultimate .result o£ tlio game. The team is: H.-, J. and K. Williams,;^. Whitton, G. Fleming, IV. ;,Ryan; : J.. Light, A .. Noonan, .T. .Mnrchant," ■ N; • Meers, • GDowling, W. Elsom (12th). . i ' The match' on the locakground; will be between- GulargamboneVand 'the Colts'; second eleven, -and ■ play will commence at 10 a.m.'»--The>. following will represent 'the- GoltsJ;.; Morris, T. Ryan," B. Wood, N. P:tt, W. Elsom,iD. Fisk, G. Clark, B. Wes ton, P. Ilearn,-F.j Smith,• W. Mc Gowan, J. Morley (12tli). Springfield cricketers will visit Hill side and: play a friendly match against the local combination.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"Royal Blues" Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Royal Blues" Football Club . This enthusiastic club's committee -was firsHn the field w:th their annual meeting and this was held on Thurs-: day last",;'13 th inst. The "Royal Blues'?-constitutes the junior football club of the town, the weight limit being in the vicinity of 10'S;one.and •no'-.player- is over tlie^ age, of:' 2l:? Only formed a season"~or two ago, thcclub has already made it's .pre sence,felt, and the combination; com prises' some of the most promising material in these parts. It : is, from th:s club that the senior club will get it's team in future years,; so it-is ! hoped.that that body will give.every ] encouragement and assistance it can.-1 v ■ In conjunction with -the football ! club,-a cricket: team is also run and i this goes under the name of the Leather Hunters. With the idea of making, both ends meet, the balance -—whether debit or credit—is brought forward to the football or cricket club., as v the case may bo> -It would perhaps be a much better arrange...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOOKMAKERS Strike Unlikely [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

THE BOOKMAKERS Strike Unlikely A- further meeting' of bookmakers, who are at" present concerned in a dispute with clubs affiliated with the W.D ltA,, in regard to license fees, will- be held at Orange, to-morrow morning, when: it is thought it will lie definitely decided: to field 'at the k£;ernoon's race meeting of the H: A. CI.13.S_ ; Although it.may be rumored to the contrary the odds merchants are not likely to: carrytheir■.Avar into the camp-- of -a comparatively small: club ' like that of the H.A-.G.13.S., which only races once a year, and de votes the whole of its provits to char ity.- . The ^majority of ■ the bookmak ers are more likely to be depended upon to-use whatever^ endeavors they can to further the success of the .meeting, rather than countenance a strike. The public are assured that fielders will operate." •

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Hockey All winter sporting clubs are get ting busy, arranging meetings, and the hockey club is making arrange ments for the holding of their annual meeting. This is being held-on Tues day, 1st prox., and a large atten dance of members, supporters, and in'tending members is requested. All will remember the many exciting matches the hockey girls took part in last season, though the greater attrac tion of football considerably affected the'r gate receipts^ It is to be hoped that the functions the girls arrange to augment the club's funds will, be liberally patronised.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE COUNTRY PARTY Will Contest 21 Seats [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

THE COUNTRY PARTY Will Contest 21 Seats That the Country Party will make a big bid for increased Parliamentary /representation at the. >• forthcoming ! State elections was made. clear by Lieut-Colonel Munro, General Secre tary of the Party, at Wagga', on Sat mrday night,: when he addressed a meeting of Country Party supporters. ;Miv Matt Kilpatrick expressed the opinion that the State elections would be held ft the end of October.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RAILWAY REVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

RAILWAY REVENUE a We are indebted to Mr. A. D. Cou ncil, Gular Station Master, for the undermentioned |in;fo'rmatioji.' will indeed bear out the general de press'on in trade existing in the dis trict. No_ T'cke!s issued Revenue: Coaching Goods Live Stock MSscellaneouis . Total Tonnage—Inwards— Genei'a] Goods 74 • 78 Wool, Wheat, Hay, etc 91 533 Tonnage—Outwaivds— General Goods 28 25 Miscellaneous 55 73 Total 248 ' 714 Wool Bales ' 4 3 Hay, Straw, Chaff—in ' -3 *9 .Wheat—Bags 127 Live Stock—Inwards . .' V-.-k: Cattle . 17 1 Sheep 8 "27 Outwards—Cattle 27 Sheep . 12 X 7 February 1930 1929 174 199 £234 .£205 £325 £714 £1G5 £381 1. 11 £725 .£1311

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Kidnapped at a Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

Kidnapped at a Picnic Members of a p:cnic party-al Ju nqc chased a man for a mile through bush on Sunday, afier he had been scen roughly handling a giri of 12 years whom he had carried- away, lie was handed over to the' police, i Some girls -were having a picnic on [ the Gundagai Road, when i at about, ;«i p.m., a man p:cked"up one aged 12 iwho, with her sister, was some dis tance away front the main party:' He carried her away among some rocks; She scrcameVl for help and her sis ter, who is: younger r,an towards-some houses calling out "Help; a man ■ has taken rmy.-sister .away."'. Some- citi zens.,^■'•from a distance had seen what had happened, andvthcassa'lant,-. who hadroughly/handled:. the g-rl,.v ran. through the ■ Bush when . lie -saw . them coming. l Aftci; an exciting, hunt for a - miJc • lie wag. captured.- and; taken , to the Junoe lock-up. ' , j

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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