Hey Dan.. welcome.
Wow, 30 pounds (an increase of 25% of your bodyweight) in 12 months sounds like a fairly ambitious goal for a hard gainer! Not trying to discourage you but you might want to read this article
here. It gives some practical advice that might help you with goal setting. I think it may be easier to measure your strength gains, rather than your weight gain... and it would be more indicative of muscle (not fat) gain.
To get bigger / stronger, you'll need to lift HEAVY. Go for 4-6 reps max and occasionally test what your one rep max is. To gain the most amount of mass, focus on your major muscle groups - squats, deadlifts, bench and shoulder press, and pullups. Training your biceps, triceps and calves will do very little to increase your size or strength .. but if you really want to do them, do them at the end of your workout. If you include any cardio aim for sprinting (high intensity) rather than any type of endurance training... to train your muscles to work as 'fast' twitch' muscle.