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

44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm Thai Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents | Personal Attention To Every Lot.*9 TANKS TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; :i tap, £7. ^000 GALLON, same materials as i:above;r'l inch tap—£11/5/. 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. ■ ■^Without toys less £l/5/, ;and -tap 15/G extra. 1 11 " Al! Prices Cash on Dclivury. Prices for other tanks or f>>" making 011 appl:cation. A. P. Walton, Gilga^.^ra Phone 71. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! W SPITTLES ' - Will supply firewood cut to any length and size at shortest notice. PRICE 12/ PER LOAD. Address: Lowir Miller street, GILCANDRA. . PHONE 178. No More Dirty Barrels for your I 22's There is now no need for frequent barrel cleaning. Use Luba loy (self lubricating, alloy) 22's always and prevent metal fouling. Lubaloy 22* s are non-corrosive and therefore leng then the life of your rifle. Non-greasy and therefore clean to Your local handle. Cannot pick sell^Lub.-floy. VP Poc,Iet lint- De ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENEROUS GIFT To Dubbo Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

| GENEROUS' GIFT i v • V- ; 1 ; ■ { To Dubbo Hospital The Dubbo Masonic ' Lodgos:>;haye: derided to: endow a ward at the "Dub bo District Hospital which will re ceive £25 per annum' to. keep . the movement going.- ,> ' At Friday's meeting of the Hospital Committee,!. a letter, was received I. from the Dubbo Royal Arch Chapter, | Macquarie,- and Talbragar .-Temper-.' ^anee."Masonic Lodges, advising that it had'boen decided to endow a wai:;l at the'(hospital. ' A"cheque for £55 I was enclosed, this being £30 to fur-j nish >the -wardj'.'and'£25 for the en- I dowment. Tfie -Lodges also intimat-I cdv-that they;-would'pay £25 annually I to'.keep the ward-going.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHARITY WORKER DEAD Mrs. W. Stone, of Bellevue Hill [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 20 March 1930

1 CHARITY WORKER DEAD Mrs- W. Stone, of Bellevue Hill A prominent worker for charity, Mrs.' AValter Stone,■■. of Bellevuc Hill; m other-ofMrs_ Spencer Barden, of Coonamble,' died: at: a- private hospitai1 in-Sydney last week,<at;the-age of 70 years. .- -During the war?years Mrs. Stone was actively associated with' the :.;Rcd Cross Soc;dty, and " the , Axi|itralia"|n, Nurses*, oifs Fundiv'in-addition;to as sisting a't pajtrotic ^functionld v She was; for some years, -president of ine ladies', auxiliary of the Eastern Sub urbs .branch of the Returned''Soldiers' League: and w'as < v.:se-president of the. Queen Victoria Club. Mrs; [Stone a.'so . took a prominent part; in | the work of the: Child Study'Associa-: tion and the Dalmar Children's-Home, j St; Luke's,: Hospital aux:liary, 'Ben? ; volentiSociety, and the iWar Memorial :Hospital (Weverley)y all benefited by her interest^ j '. Mrs/ St'one is survived vby- her . hus band, seven sons,f Messrs. George, I Fred, ...

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

g& hygienic ESSENTIALS For your Comfort and Convenience, keep on hand: KOTEX MENEX SYRINGES DOUCHES HOT WATER BOTTLES INDIA RUBBER SHEETS For your Health and Economy's sake get them from John Pay ten M.P.s. The Chemist at OULARGAMBONE Phon 8 Pleased To know that wa DEVELOP & Your films, ana have them ready for you r Leave tiiem befoi-j Noon ready by froop *»ext day Jolin Pay ten ; . M.P.S. , rho Chemist ot GUl.ARGAMBONE Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended to and delivered. Supplied to any length at shortest •v v notice. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gularganibone. P.O. Cox 30. l'hone 110. JUST ARRIVED.: GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality iinest. Full stock re orcis, pianola roils, H.M.V. Portable and oilier models. Golfing Material on hand. Famous ■ Kro-Flite Golf Balls. Hairdressing Saloon. Billiards. LES. EIXICOTT BOUKBAH STKEB'J.', GULARGAMBONE DENTIST Mr.: J<. Briffa-, Gi...

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

WHO'S WHO i Magistrate and Coroner—Mr. W. Adams P.M. ' (from -Dubbo) visits • Gulargambone Tuesday following the: second Monday in the month. J's; v.P.—Messrs. A. G. Sowden, F. . Hawkins, R. S. Mitchell, W. Mc ;Ewen,-A; Ri Byrne, J. B. Peacock, R., C. Byrne, W. M. E. Skuthorpe, 1 R-N. McGiil,..A. Skinner, J. Hourne • J; A-, ,Litchfield, N. J. Taylor, A. V/. Bolger. Permit Inspectors—Coonamble P.P. • Board: W. McEwen, A. R. Byrne, J..-B: Peacock; Coonabarabran P. P: ; Board: R. N. McG'll. Station Master—A. D. Connel!. Police—-Sergt. Rossitor and constable Poiindkeeper—J. Skinner. Schools—Headmaster Public School, D. E. McCallum; Aborigine Mis sion School, Mrs. A. Mercer. Banks—G.S. Bank (Sergt. Rossitor, ; agent)', Commercial, Bank N.S.W. : Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office)." Jockey Club—President Mr. N. D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. W. Bolg er, Bourbah A.T.C. secretary Mr. E. A. Munro. M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly secretary. Progress Association—J. Donnelly secretary. P. and Av Assoc...

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

Ford Tudor Sedan with Canadian Hodu Important Announcement LIMITED number of new Ford Tudor Sedans, landed before the recent tariff' increases, arc available at the former price. Tliese sedans (see illustration above) have high quality imported bodies made by the Ford Motor Company oi Canada Limited, whose facilities for the manufacture of closed bodies by the noted Ford mass production methods have hitherto made available unrivalled value for money in closed cars. This measure of value may not for many years again be offered to the Australian public. Telephone to-day. Or call and let us demonstrate the points of superiority of these imported Tudor bodies. LOCAL dealer. GIlGANDRA motor GARAGE CO. IDALEIGH HOSPITAL j GJLGANDRA. Has been thoroughly renovated and.! is nnijar eutirely new management.' Medical, Surgical and Obstetric case3 ■ received. Ail effliiant nurse always on night ' duty. ' . TERMS ON APPLICATION. i SISTER TOWNSEND. THEY'RE COOL AT TURLEY'S | Although Xmaj has pass...

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

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 frem Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a vich grazirs and v/hcat district. Population700,' district 2000. Average rainfall 23£ inches.

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

Attempt on Record Two local youths are at prcse busily engaged preparing a ear.-for an attempt on the Bourke to Sydney road ■ record. All necessary permis sion has been obtained and it is only a ma'.ter of waiting for the car to bo properly geared up.

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

GENERA? NEWS j After swallowing poison C. Philips 45, was found by a railway porter near Goulburn police station. He re marked, " 1 am dying; I've taken poi son.*' lie succembed shortly aitar his admission" to the hospital > A 'letter i-.d dressed to his brother, who lives at Mosman, was found in possession of Phillips, who jecently worlcoi at Nar randera, ♦ » * » Sir Dudley de Chair, opening the Sew quarters of the Newtown-Marrick vfl!e Ambulance, (said the country tieedsd men to-develop the land. He Added he was sorry to see the lure of the city was bringing so many people from the country. • • * * Baradine held its first Show, which is to be an annual affair, on Wednes day last, and it was a most successful exhibition. All roads led* to Bara dine on that day, visitors being' pre-.' Bent from Coonabarabran, Gunnedah Gwabegar, Coonamble, Gulargam bone., and all parts of the surround ing: disti£<ii. Jit is <r/3t:mated that about 800 were present, " • $ $ m T...

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Country Women's Association [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Country Women's Association A meeting of the Country Women's Association took place on Saturday afternoon last, but wo regret not b3-, iing able to give full details. The ■minute. book is not available at-the: time of writing,.and nothing authen tic as to the proceedings of the.nieet !ng can be given. • <■'

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Weather [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Weather During the,past week, ,thc climatic conditions have become much more settled..' The temperatureTias shown nil appreciable decline following, on the showery conditions of last, wpek. On Thursday, 20th init., a shower or two fell in around the town. Coming from the south the storm followed the lino,—a few mile from the line on ei her s'de no falls of any amount were registered.' The faM at the Post office totalled 20 points, "though it is estimated that the amount on the "nilway side of the town was nearer GO points.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the associa tion was held in the school rooms 011 Wednesday afternoon, 9th inst., when •the following , wove.''present:—Mr... McCallum (:ii; the chair), Mesdames. Holland, Kelly, B. Smith, Ilitchen, E. N. Ferguson, Donohue, J. L. Ferguson, W. P. Ferguson, Thomas, Caison, McEwan, Simpson, Hourn, D\ Smith, O'Brien, Kingsley. Ginty. Misses Ison, Richards, Messrs. K W. Burton and J. T. Clarke. Apologies were rece:ved from Mes dames Blackmail, Frazer,"Lincoln and Slcuthorpe. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and adopted on. the motion of. Mrs; Thomas, seconded by Mrs. J. L. Ferguson. The report- of the secretary ami treasurer were read and adopted, on the motion of Mrs. McEwan, second ed by Mrs. Carson. ' ■ Mrs. J. L. Ferguson moved that a vote of thanks be tendered to th'j following residents' who had done a jrrc:'.t deal erf work in furtherng iho In tores s of the society: Messrs. W. McEwen, A. Byrne, S. Skuthorpc.. •T. McDonald, the au...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SECRETARY'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

SECRETARY'S REPORT < * The secretary (Mrs. ■.••• Simpson} read the following report:— I thin!? we have had a wonderful year, what ■with the droughty, and general con ditions everywhere, we have managed to still' carry on quite successfully. Our membership totals G7, which is Very good. Our activities have cen tred around the .fencing and, equip ment of the playground, which was completed free of debt and opened on ) 4th September last by Miv W. T. Munro. We have ■ purchased 1 all necessary extras for the school work, such as irwps,'"canc, cardboard, etc. to help our lieadm^aicr iljpd staff "to further'the work with the children. In conclusion my work as secretary. Has been considerably lightened by a willing president, efficient- treasur er and : wonderful comradeship o.f mcmbers, all- of whom I "thank. I only :hope the "work -for the coming^ yepr will. be as successful and , plea-, sant

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Earthquake Shock [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Earthquake Shock ' An earthquake shock wri3 experi-: enced at Narromine on .-Wednesday', niglit, when there was considerable ; alarm . among the residents. No damage is reported. ^

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 Appended is jjftatiic' showing themonthly rainfall tit Gulai-giinibone sincc 1887. At o'ljrlrequest the figures were supplied by the Govcrnmenl Metcrologist, and 'arc therefore corrsct, Year Jan. Feb,,Mar. Apl. May Jun 1887 1888 1889 J 890 483 189J 1892 1893 1894 1.895 1890 1897 1898 1899 1.900 .1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 -.1909, 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1910 19171 Pts.j pts, 356 103 151 476 898 203 Pts.| Pts.l Pts., Ptsr. 372| 72| 39| 115 2101 40j 110| 30 2C3| 5481 703| 343 079 180 322 441 882 45 467 425 170 ,1.301 65 24 15 '295 12 143 208 .119 136 576 582 1251 300 9201:5753j 339) 40l| 653 40| '409| 212 135 242 90 1053 45 ,485 125 13( 13 13 264 303 76 6 668 ■661 18 329 58 204 187 415 908 135 155 46 4G3( 200 .160 90 385 190 324 ■3 30i 366 163 27 491 1918!-328 19191 111 1920-1 226 . 19211 147 1922J 254 1923| 82. 19241 2S4|" 321 1925| 1211 190 •19261 1961 48 1927| 154| 3 0 58 177 124 J 9 93 40 1 269 70 104 187 '195 .148 100 125 134 ...

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Grazier Fined [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Grazier Fined Charged with having failed to des troy rabbits on his "Ilyandra-''' pro perty,' Mi'. George' Albert • Wheeler appeared before P.M. Adamas :in the Dubbo Court on Tuesday, w"hen hp was fined £10 and costs; in default, three months.: The. Dubbo P.Pv Boai'd were the prosecutors and wore represented by Mr.' F .C. Griflin. Defendant, who pleaded not guilty, had Mr. W. P. Kelly (AVelUngton)V to defend him.

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GULARGAMBONE P. AND C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GULARGAMBONE P. AND C. ASSOCIATION So little has boon chronicled' of the ;work of tlvs .association that some remarks following .on' the holding of trie • annual meeting, of the' associar tion-would. not be amiss,, and woukit probably help to unfold, a little of'the wonderful work that it is doing, and we trust will continue to do: When one considers the radius the associa tion has to work in and'the popula tion, the work of the association can not bo known when the memborship is only 67.: The membership' is with-' in the, reach of,all, being only l/-< a: year,, and the- officials are working with the object of increasing it well over the century mark. • -Even"their it, would be a poor return for the work the various officials arc put to in the interests of the association; The objects for which the associa tion was formed are: (a) to promote the interests of the sehool concerned by bringing par ■ ents, pup'ls and teaching .-staff into | close co-operation; (b) to assist ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Anzac Day Liquor [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

. Anzac Day Liquor Anzae Day falls-,on April 25, and as usual, it is expected that all ■hotelkeepcrs tt^i-oughout - the Sta.cc will close their; doors up till 1 o'clock in deferenceto the wishes .of tiie Returned Soldiers' League. Last year several of the hotels did not observe this arrangement. The closing of the hotels on this ■day is not compulsory, but it is expccted that patriotic hotelkeepcrs will ob serve the solemnity of the?' occasion, and close their doors during: the fore noon, while the Anzac Dajr services ai'e being held. Under fhfc Bill to amend the Liquor Act., it is pro posed to deal with the position. By closing on their own volition, hotol Ueepers throughout this State ■ may obviate the compulsory closing on this day.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY IN GULARGAMBONE Ginty's Garage Entered Thief Caught [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

I ATTEMPT AT' ROBBERY IN GULARGAMBONE Ginty's Garage tntered Thief Caught . Quito a wave of excitemonb spread over our little township, when it was I learned on Wednesday morning; of Inst week that Ginty's garage in Bourbah Street had been entered the previous night and an attempt made to steal a motor car. The culprit was caught in the act by Sergt. Ros siter of the local policc force and arrested. All will recall to mind, the incident ■.which' occurred a few weeks ago when a motor car was stolen in Gilgandra, and the thief proceeded well • across the Queensland border where he was caught, and brought back to Gilgan dra, where he was awaiting trial. On Tuesday night he made a daring and sensational escape from custody-. It appears that the man, ,who is named Edgar Ralph Scribes, having made good his escape from the'lock up. mooned around Gilgandra with the object of finding the necessary means of making sure of his escape. The: first car he happened across was that of Mr. Byrne, wh...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GROW MORE WHEAT (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GROW MORE WHEAT (To .The Editor) Sir,—Mr. Scu'llin's ideas'for get ting the country out of the financial 11101 uss in which it is floundering to day are twollold. First,- -lie greatly increases- taxes and the chiei" victim are primary producers. Second, he appealed to the primary ."producers, especially- farmers, to. grow more wheat. 116 says that we' ought to s>end niore wealth out of the country i))id gdt loss ir.(. lie ignores the facl that we do not-live on whac wo send away but on what we re ceive. We export—send away—so .that-- we may import—rosolve, pay l.oent for the fruits of our labor. It has;been-often pointed out that growing wheat at present prices does not pay.: Farmers keep growing id ealise they must do something. 'They hope for better times. So far as N. S. W . is concerned wheat growing is at a standstill. A" pool is proposed to securc the growers a better re turn. It means that the general taxpayer v«ll asn:st 'to carry itiiie farmer-On his back. In other words...

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