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Easter Monday Sports [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

-Easter Monday Sports A monster programme has been arranged for the - Easter Monday Sports, in aid of the Gilgandra Dis trict Hospital; which will be held on the race course. The proceedings w.'ll commence with a grand street procession from the Council Chamb ers at 10 a.m., when the Coonamblc Band will lead ithej way,. In vall fourteen prizes will be given for en trants in.the procession and children under the age of 14, who take part in same, will be admitted free to the spoils. The programme of events is a lengthy one, and includes novel ty and atheletic events, horse racing, golfing and motor car events. At night the third greater Movie Ball will be held in the Australian Hall. Income Tax Payments The Treasurer stated in the House of Representatives last week that con sideration had been given to the pro posal to permit income tax to be paid by instalments, but it was not prac ticable.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Combara v Armatree [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Combara v Armatree The Gombara school boys journey ed to Armatree on Saturday last to play the return-cricket match with the boys of that place. This time Arma _treo 'turned, the ^ tables- on the local lads,.winning-sby. 48 ;runs on the first innings; The Armatree' lads: pro vided' midday: luncheon, and also afternoon tea,: for the boys, which was great)y .'appreciated ljy all. < Following-are the scores:— COMBARA—1st Innings W.»,Crocker, b E. Maloney 23 C. Ingliii, b E. Maloney 11 M'., Readford, run out 2 A. Inglis, b 0. Peart, 14 M. Dean, b E. Maloney 0 G. }Vhaley, not out -■ 5 R. Crocker, c L. Maloney, b 0. Peart * , 0 P. .Koran, b O .Peart , 0 M- Inglis, c .Kilgour; b. 0. Poart 2 C. Chapel, b A.' Bevan , ^ 3 M. Plowman,-c E. Maloncy, b A. Bevan *■* 2 Sundries 11 - i Total ,73 • ARMATREE—1st .Innings 0. Peart, c and b M. Readford l(j L. Sibbald. lbw, b W: Crocker 17 L. Maloney, c and b W. Crocker 17 A.. Jackson, run» out • 20 E. Maloney,;, c C: Inglis, b W. . Crocker •...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday's Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

Sundav's • Cricket Owing to the fact that most of the fmall cricket cluIVs in the district have disbanded for the season, only one match could be arranged for the Ciilgandra Cr\lt/5 [on Sunday ; next. This will be aga:nst Gulargambone Leather:Hunters, and will eventuate on the lccreation ground, play to commence'at 10.30 a.m. The Wil liams brothers are unavailable, hav ing a pri&r engagement'to play with Ashvale anginst ^3er:da. Otherwise all the men who will make the trip to Mondooran on the -following- Sun day will be seen in action. The team is:—D. "Ryan, >P.; Reynods, J; Mola rs, A. Noonan. J. Ferry, J. March nnt, G. Fleming, E. Tibb:ts, G. Dowling, D. Whitton, B. Wood, F. Smith (12th).

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

MEETINGS TO BE HELD HOCKEY On Tuesday night next, 1st pros., tlicrhockcy club will-hold their annual, meeting, and a large attendance • o£ members, players, etc., is requested.

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

•RACE CLUB On Saturday aftrnoon next, 29th i;nst.. a'.meeting of the race club will j be held. The ..meeting', will' decido .whether-the club wi!\ hold a meeting in either May:or June to-wipe off the deficit ,of the last meeting Ti'eTd, .n January.

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

COONABARABRAN PASTURES PROTCETION BOARD Notice of Rate Assessment NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the Pastures ; Protection^District.of Coonabarabran, acting; undW" -the abovenamed Act;, have this da\ made the rate of one penny (Id.) per head on all large .stock (horses atod cattle) and one halfpenny -(£d.\-per bead on all sheep, except in tin: case of unstock ed lands, in which \ase- tlio rate is levied 011 the carryiW capacity of each holding, as determined by the Board; and all Owners ok)d Occupiers liable are required to .pay me rate due by them respectively on oivbefore the 31st day of May, 1930 to tms Seci'et- , ai-y at the Office of the BoaiV John Street, Coonabarabran. . V GEO. HOSKING, ; .Chairman.. Dated at Coonabarabran vthis 8th day of March,' 1030. . ______ _ Lost atN^he A.B.C. Cafe last i Saturday, 22M ii^st., ,small round broach with throe diamonds. Reward on returning to— • vC FOLEY, Idaleigh Hospital. Gilganilra. ' Gcnun Oxide Newt( and 1; hy ...

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

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

GILGANDRA FIRST ANNUAL HOSPITAL Sports Carnival EASTER MONDAY- 21st APRIL 1930 ON RACECOURSE, GILGANDRA GRAND STREET PROCESSION AND MONSTER SPORTS PROGRAMME TWELVE PRIZES FOR PROCESSION DISPLAYS NINE PRIZES FOR CHILDREN'S EVENTS Entrance Free For Above THREE 'PRIZES FOR CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING TEN PRIZES FOR ATHLETIC EVENTS EIGHT PRIZES FOR HORSE EVENTS FOUR PRIZES FOR GOLF EVENTS FOUR PRIZES FOR MOTOR CAR EVENTS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE HAND BILLS CHILDREN MARCHING IN PROCESSION ADMITTED FREE TO GROUND ADMISSION: 2/- ADULTS; 1/- CHILDREN COONAMBLE BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE PROCESSION STARTS 10 a.m. FROM SHIRE OFFICE First Event 11.30 a.m- Hot and Cold Water Provided F.BROOKS ' " .1. ROSS Secretaries Organising Committee.

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

Wedding A wedding' of more than ordinary interest was celebrated at St. Bar nabas' Church, Coonamble, on Thurs day, March 20th, at 7.45 p.m., the Rev. R. Olson cjRlciatinp, when Miss Betty Bloodworth, third .daugh ter of Mr. Charles and the late Mrs. C. Bloodworth, of Gum, Hole, was married to Mr. Edward Sjinrkc Cross ing, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cossinjr,; of Maramanah, Darling Point Road. EdseclHre, thus unitins once nio-c two families who have been firm friends since childhood days in Mudgee . . ■ ■<

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

PERSONAL ■ Miss Dulcie Skinner, now of Glen "Inncs, and formerly o'f Gufargam ,bone;.is spending a holiday with her parents in Coonamble Street. . » * * • Mrs. Comer was a passenger by the train to Dubbo last week, where she is under the attention of an eye' specialist. » * * • » . " After, a holiday in Sydney, Mrs. G. Frances and children have return ed to Gulargambone. * * # * A visitor to Sydney on holidays is TlSx/i. De.ane. Constable R, W. Barton has com menced duties at Gulargambone and is attached to the local force. . He. is a creditable addition to the person al of the force. Mrs. J. Harlowe, of Forbes, and Mr. and Mrs. Courts, of Orange, arrived in Gulargambone for a few days. Mr. R. Firth of the focal Post office has been notified that he is to take ujj) dufci^s at Yaps after his holidays, fite finished duty at the .tacal post office on Monday last, and after visiting Coonamble and SycTney will proceed to Yass. During his brief stay with us he proved a very courteous and ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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1458 Applications [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

1458 Applications Two blocks of land on Mercadool were ballotted for at Walgett oil Sat urday . There were 1458 applica tions, of which 987 went to ballot. The successful applicants were: Ivan James Slack-Smith, Drunnard, Cob baroo - Siding," -first block and Edgar Ib'en Huggins,, Burrcn :Junction,, the second block. ..

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OBITUARY The Late Mr. R. C Byrne [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

OBITUARY The Late Mr. R. G Byrne It ia with regret this week that we publish the death of one of the p oneer3 of the dis.rict, in the persor of Mr. Robert Charles Byrne; ^Wher his death was announced on Satur day morning last, there was not one who did suppress his regret or hearing of his death . The . district has lost? one of its pioneers and one ■\yhom it could ill afford' to lose. There was hardly- a more populaV man in this locality, and his/ pleas ant'demeanour-and ;Sunny smile will bo sorely missed by all,'whom he knew His name was always spoke "of with the greatest reference. .: ' • The deceased had been ailing for srome considerable time,, and :he was • an inmate of the local hospital. - Of late weeks his condition was very critical, so that his death was not wholly ^unexpected-. The deceased man was 73 years of age, and had Hon a resident of he district fori ■iv:'.'' 50 years. Dur'ng that time carried on grazing, and it 13 only some 20 months ago that he disposed if the p...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

LOCAL AND GENERA! The friends of Mrs. C..-A, Wood, ■Wood, of Eumungerie, will be pleas ed to hear that she is progressing favorably from her illness. 4 • * • • « Mr. S. R. Skuthorpe's Wilber mere property was offered at auction at Gulargambone on Saturday/after noon by Messrs. Arthur Byrne and Co., and there was a large attendance No. 1 block, comprising 236 acres c.p. arid c.l, was sold at a satisfac tory figure to Mr. H. Hei!er. The bidding for the homestead block did not reach the reserve, and it was passed in. • * w m The recent rains have put great 'heart into the settlers around Yarran dale, and ploughing and sowing are the orders of the day, some even fitr ting electric lights to tractors and working" extra shifts. • * r On Sunday a football match will be played on the recreation ground betweeen teams styled as Old Town and New'Town. Both sides will be comprised mostly of juniors, but a few of the senior players, intend tak ing part for training purposes. m * * " » Messrs. Ch...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GREATER WESTERN NEWSPAPERS Group "Coverage" for The West [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GREATER WESTERN NEWSPAPERS Group "Coverage" for The West A powerful and influential com bination of newspaper interests has recently been brought about to pro vide an intensive and sufficient "cov erage" for advertisers throughout the territory stretching from Katoomba to Bourke, and the Queensland boril The group consists of thirteen newspapers.' which will trade as Ore ale- Western Newspaper Chain. They have an office at Lisgar House, Carrington Street, Sydney, for the transaction of Sydney business and • o give service to advertisers and agents. Greater Western Newspaper Chain is the registered name of Western I Newspapers Limited, Messrs. Bowers 'and Thompson, of Orange, and Mr. II. Campbell, of Gilgandra, and the r.i'oup of papers controlled' bv them under the name of Greater Western Newspaper Chain is:— Mercury,' Lithgow. ; Mercury, Portland, j Times, JBathurst. I Advocate, Orange 1 j Star, Trundle. : Advocate, Forbes. | Post. Purkes. j Weekly, Gilg-andra. Times, Coonamblc. Ne...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GROW MORE WHEAT But Do It For Less [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 27 March 1930

GROW MORE WHEAT But Do It For Less / The Prime Minister urges the sow ing of more wheat, bigger crops and better crops have become a national need,' and the Australian farmer, al ways in the forefront where methods of production are concerncd, is mak ing* extensive preparations to cope with the extra work entailed . The tractors of power farmers will be in greater use and will be called upo'n to operate for longer pe riods. More than ever before, it is advisable to select a fuel capable of driving a tractor in the most efficient manner, -and giving maximum power to cope with the heavy loads imposed for long hours of continuous opera tion. ' : Dependability is another factor that must be considered, because the increased acreage may often mean night and day opration. A vafct amount of research has been carried out by the Vacum Oii Co and to determine 'the character's tics which constitute an ideal fuel, thai is, one that will produce maxi mum power in a tractor. In Voc.6 Power Kerose...

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

Novel Attraction A novel attraction was•-provided . Dubbo residents on Saturday- evening, when the La Do re Studios in Talabrn-, i'Rat- street provided a . moving pie-, .turo, entertainment in one of their; windows. Included in anrinteresting programme was a splendid film of the i railway picnic,' the dancing section being particularly fine. It is .under-. I stood that the Studios intend to run. | a monthly Dubbo gazette, port ray'-ng all'the-prominent happenings in town,

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

CINEMA DISASTER ■ The worst cinema disaster of China's history is ■■reported from Chang Chun, in Manchuria, where a fused electric wire ignited a flimsy make shift structure during the ptT formance. It is believed that 120■ people per ished. So far, G5 bodies have been recovered. Most of the audiencc were won;on and children, many of .whom were crushed to death in the panic which ensued when the fire broke out1.

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

AND A. ASSOCIATION A committee meeting of this asso ciation ' mil be held on Saturday afternoon next, 29th inst. A larjcd attendance is requested as the meet 'ing will receive the schedule the sub I commit'eo drew up on Saturday after |noon last. The meeting is being held afc-Kingslcy and Mathes office, at I! j '• p.m.

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

Needs Attention Residents in the vicinity of the- in | terseclion of Munnell and Yalcogrin ■ Streets need' not feel alarmccl -when |iliey hear sudden crash,'with a noise 'resembling a head om car.collision. ' So far those who take the trouble to ! investigate, Jhave found ;'!that ,it. is ['only a car "hurdling" the gutter that •has been cut across'Munnell Street, near Yjajcogrin Street. Obviously |it was cut with a goefd purpose, but .now that the weather is more settled, ('a better gleans of draining the latter ; street should be devised. Motorists, taken unwares- of .the approaching, 'gutter, when driving in Munnell St. ^lave complained:: against: it,'and we j trust that the authorities will soon have the culvert attended to.

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

Football On Tuesday evening last, the-Gul-1 argambone football club held a gen- j eral meeting to discuss the r beat i moans of starting >the seuson . There1 was a largo attendance, '.hough noth ing definite was done, the met;t'i:g being adjourned until Friday evening j 28th inst; A motion which was car-i ricd provided; to hold a sports': e>r-:| nival and euclire party and "dunce .at! night in about three weeks time. This ; motion was: carried unanimously, anJ i if the feeling of the meeting can be taken as a line of reckoning, the affair should prove an undoubted suc cess. It can safely be taken that the meeting on Friday evening will find "favour with the idea,: and go ahead with the necessary: organising. It >is some considerable time since a sports carnival was held in Gulargam bone and with .the show carnival this yeaiv-assuming that it eventuate — will provide the P. and A. Associa tion with some idea of the show com petitors' talent. The meeting on Friday evening wil...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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