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GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Committee Meeting A committee moct'ng of the;.-Gil-, ijniidra Football Club was hold in the Memorial Institute 011 Monday night last. The President, Mr. II. Gamp I bel1, occupied the chair, and the fol lowing were also Present: Messrs. I A. Weston. J:. Iiearn. E., S. Lewis, III. Coll"soil, J. Morris, W. O'Neill, j J•. Morley,' M. Morris, . E. Mudie, land the secretary, N.vPitt After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed the | correspondence was taken: and, dealt I with as read. I The secretary of the Nyngan club wrote asking' if it was the intention of the c'.ub to run the intei-town competition this season, and if so, were they eligible to compete. War ren also wrote in connection with the same competition, and it was decided to forward their letters to the Pre sident of the competition. The secretaries of the Gulargam bone and Collie Clubs wrote in reply to letters sent out by the club, that they were willing to join the district secon...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Big Golf [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

Bis: Golf' I The many friends of Mr. Tommy, ■ Howard, the champion golfer who re cently visited this district, will be ipleascd to .JeS>#n that ;he played a great gameFagains: Hagen and Kirk •vvood at Concord on Wednesday after "noon. Partnered with the jConcord club champion, W. R. Dobson, form erly cf Young, Howard played excel lent golf with a 72 for 18. holes, Hagen taking 70. The match ended in favour of the Americans with five up and four. >

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

CHURCH SERVICES Presbyterian Services, ;April 6th:—| Gilgandra 11 a • m..; Curban 3 p. m. Gilgandra 7.30; p.m. .mister: Rev. T. Eurfyle Jtoncs. ■ Gularganibonc Presbyterian servi ces: G ulargambone 1L a.m. Arnia trco 3 li. in.; Coonamble 7.30 p.m. ReV; ;k-.)'W. Burton,''pi'eachcr. .

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

H.; A. Barraclcugh Limited OPTICIANS. 385' GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY; NEXT VISIT At the - ROYAL. HOTEL, Thursday, May 1st, from .10 a. m .r to 5 p .111. The firm has visited this town ro Ktihirly for thirty years.: , . >:.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

iBBBmaRiifisaBtati^iiHpesrBSHqsfsaKfflBiwastirsgi-aa TENDERS Tended, arc invited foe the grazing rights of the Gilgandra. Recreation Ground for a 'tcrni of 12 months. Tenders close with the; undersyped. on April 10, liiyo. ! • • \V. O'NEILiL, -.•Secretary. FAMILY ENDOWMENT TAX i ~ NOTICE T^ EMPLOYERS TO FUR NISH R 1ST URNS OF WAGES NOTICE i\ hereby given that all employers ofljaboiu- (not exempted by the Commissioner of Taxation) are required t|l furnish to the Com missioner o'f Taxation, at his Office, Warwick Buildings, Hamilton St. Syd ney, on or before Monday, the 14th April, 1930, rations of wages, remun ration for piece work, salaries, bon uses, commissions! and'overtime paid to, and board anil lodging provided for, employees during the prescribed period commencing on -1st January, 1030, and ending • on 31st March, 1930 . ' . lt| ■ Forms of .rcturifs. may be obtained' from all Post'1 Offices, Receiving; Offi ces, Court Houses,vktind. Police^ Sta tions, i"n New.:South Wales, an...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A BIG OPPORTUNITY For Farmers Sheep on Exceptionally Easy Terms [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

A BiG OPPORTUNITY For Farmers "' Sheep on Exceptionally . ■ Easy Terms ? : Di:;':rict farmers have an oppor \ tunity of purchasing . some fine sheep, on extremely!)easy terms, no' money beinB required until the animals arc 'shorn. In conjunction with Messrs: Rich ardson and Scott, of' Dubbo,. Messrs. Dalgety and Co, Sydney, will sell 20,000 splendid store.'sheep. at the Dubbo saleyards on- "Wednesday, April 9, the sale starting at 2 p.m. sharp. ■ All the sheep are Wes.er'n bred, and. "from well-known flocks. They will be sold in lots.to suit purchasers. Until after shearing, terms . will be offered with all lots to approved buyers, ouch . .approval ■ to be arranged with the. auction eers prior to the commencement' of the sale. Pull particulars of this great offer will be found in the advertising columns of this issue.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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NEW CHEVROLET DEALER Mr. Clifford Whiteman [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 31 March 1930

NEW CHEVROLET DEALER Mr. Clifford Whiteman \Vc have to announce that ouv popular well borer, wind mil! expert and engineer Mr. Clifford Whiteman, of Gilgandra, with his two sons have secured the dealership for Chevrolet cars and trucks from General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., We wish him (every success in his new venaire. Mr. Clifford Whiteman, junior, has been in-Sydney studying every , phase of the car industry and returns t6 Gilgandra an expert - mechanic, oxy. welder, panel beater and dueo speci alist . - Whiteman'and Sons are building a modern and up-to-date showroom and garage fitted with all the most effici ent speed tools, labour savers and iequipment on the site of the old Em 'pive < Picture Hall, and meanwhile i have, secured-a= temporary home with Mr. -iT/: B. Weston, where any sei vice required' by present' Chevrolet or j G:M:■.'■■.users/will be faithfully anil iwillingly, rendered.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Condition in Bourke District [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Condition in Bourke District Bourke "Herald" has been report ing first-class raiyjs in mamy parts of the West. It also says: "We leavn that there is likelihood of' the present Paroo flood waters reaching the D^rlingj River, uWefss; further heavy rains are received. The last occasion the Paroo waters ran into the Darling was in. 1921, aral on that date was the first fresh for 19 years. It evidently takes a power of water to reach our big river." A motor party returning from Brewarina, on Sunday .week last, encounteed the full force of a storm near the.10 mito and the Common State. Sheets of water were everj/whero. Such an ex perience in the-Jblack mud is one that will never be florgotten. Wo hardly credit the fact "that 24 inches of rain fell, as stated Tjy one of the party. The country around Enngonia and along the-Wamigo is said to be look ing splendid, :an d in tnany places re sembles!,a wheaif'field.

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TO SHOW CAUSE Community' General Assco. Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

TO SHOW CAUSE Community' tlerteral A«sce\ Co. The affairs of the Community Gen eral Assurance Co., Ltd., were ven tilated beforte Judge Perdriau, when the Registrar, Mr., H. Lamond, under Section 28 (1) of the Act, made ap plication calling upon the company to show cause why its licenso should hot be terminated. A document was handed to the judge, stated to be a balance sheet for 1928-29, and the judge remarked that it showed a loss of £G500. Mr. Shand said since that period the assets of the company had, he understood, expanded.' The judgo ordered the company to prepare a full balance-sheet by April 24, "and I ask that this be expedited js much as possible," he said.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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An Improvident Shire [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

: An Improvident Shire Cooluh Shire, consequent on the general oconomy stunt being put into operation on nil Rides, has decided not to send a delegate down to the Shires Association Conference in Sydney next month. • One of the councillors said that it would cost £5/5 to send a man down, and ho thought that they should save their .money. Cr. Vince Scully thought .it' was false economy in not being • represented, and the £5/5 would neither be here nor there. However, the -council decided against sending a.-delegate, so the Coolah will not be represented, and the councillor will be ,done out of a short holiday with .all expenses paid. : A. conspi'cious sight at the Narro mnie Bowling Green on Wednesday afternoon was the glaring red hat worn by Mr. George Bell, of Dubbo, The-hat was the cynosure of all per sons on the ground, and to the mem bers of No. 1 rink, the owner impart ed its history. It appears the iid first saw the light of day in Queensland where its owner won several cham p...

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Our Next Governors-General [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Our Next Governors-General '.Rumor has been busy .during the lgst.few days in Federal circles as to the Commonwealth's next Governor General to succced Lord Stonehaven. The name of Sir Adrian Knox, Chief Justice of the High Coart, has been freely mentioned should. Cabinet de cide, to appoint- a„ Australian to the position. The majority of the Labor members are as ona in the matter of appointing a native bonn Governor General, and the innovation is grow ing in favor amongst tho;ir followers. The appointment wall lie the most important of the regime of the Scul lin administration.

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A LOCAL PLAY "Facing The Music" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

A LOCAL PLAY — —0 "Facing The Music" To-night and Friday, night Gilgan dra district residents will have the opportunity of viewing a local' musi cal comedy entitled . "Pacing the Music." The -play comprises ; throe acts and the proceeds are in aid of '.lie Gilgandra Memorial Institute, (which is badly in need of funds, j Local talent. has; been rccruited for each part and "for the past two ; months a busy time has been cx ; perienced by the promotors in se curing suitable casts, rehearsing, etc., and the bookings are an indication of the appreciation of the efforts of those concerned. To date over 150 seats have been booked, thus assur ing the financial success of the play. We have had the. pleasure of attending a full dress rehearsal and wero surprised ai; the cap; able manner in which the vari- j ous parts are carried out by per sons with no provious stage ex perience. The show is full of laughts and is well worth seeing, because it is an , entertainment that is -100 per cent. ' l...

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Lost Money Found After Two Year [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Lost Money Found After Two Year® j News of an extraordinary happen ing came all the way from good old ' Bourke, and right in the centre of j the unique drama appears Miss Alice Sharp. It appears that in 1928, I a girl employed in a jam 'factory in- a I Sydney suburb lost her pay envelope j containing £1/19. A dilligent search | failed to find the money it wa3 even 1 tually given up as lost The'girl has' I since married and left the jam factory The next scene in the strange oc i currence is enacted at Bourke where i quite recently Miss Alice. Sharp jj bought a tin of fruit and aure enough rat the bottom of the tin was diacov- , 'ered the lost pay-envelope. { Mr. Les. Dawson, managing sales man for II. C. Dawson's Garage, at t Coonabarabran, for some year paBt, I took his departure'for Gularga'mbone , last week, where he will take over the temporary general management of , one of the leading garages of that i town. A keen business man, young and energetic and a live-wire towns man, hi...

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Visit of Area Commissioner [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Visit of Area Commissioner Mr. F. J. Williams, Wes:ern area commissioner for railways, will visit Gilgandra on Wednesday next, April .9, arriving at 5.13 p.m. He will remain in town overnight and will leave for Coonamble on Thuirsday morning. Anyone desirous of inter viewing, Mr. Williams should notify tho local stationmaster, Mr. Green. No Motor Train Dame rumour- has stated that it was proposed [to substitute a ra.il motor train in place of the present service between Dubbo and Coon amble, but we are reliably informed that such is not the case. Farmer in Trouble Last week, s, Peak Hill district farmer, named Sellors, was arrested by warrant by Sergt. Sweeney, of Dubbo, on charge of having alleg edly conspired with a man named Stewart, whose -farm Sellors purchas ed some time' back, to cheat and de fraud the Rural Industries Board of £100. Accused, who denied all knowledge of the charge, was brought before the Peak. Hill Court and re manded to appear at Dubbo on April 14, bail= bei...

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Parkes' New Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Parkes*» :New Hotel A new hotel is being built at Parkos at a cost of £20,000 The Parkes "Champion" says that it will bo ono of the finest, if not the finest, hotels in the central west. There will be 36 bedrooms, with a bath to every three, while every bedroom will be equipped with hot and cold water. Well,] 30 bedrooms is quite a lot, but the Royal Hotel in Orange has three times that many, and all the necoasary adjuncts that the moat modern city hotel has for the comfort and convenience of ;ts patrons, while it also has the long est balcony in the State, Sydney in I eluded'. Parkes will have to show something better than what they are I doing to be upsides with Orange in the hotel line.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

LOCAL AND GENERAL The recent Coonamble M.U. Races showed a profit of £29. FISH and CHIPS at the CALTON CAFE EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. • * * • Mr. C. J. Mooney, a former well known Resident of Gtilargambone, was in Coonamble during the week.: Mr. Mooney is travelling inspector, for a big insurance company in Syd ney, • o • • Golf Opening The Gilgandra golf course is in cs ee'lent order for the official opening of the 1930 season, which takes place at 2 p.m. on Sunday. • In the morn ing there will be a four ball best ball against bogey for men, and in the afternoon, commencing at 2 p.m. sharp, a. mixed foursome. Players from Coonamble, Gulargambone, Dub bo, and Tooraweenah have aignifled their intention of being present, so an enjoyable day should result. . • • * -M FISH and CHIPS at the CALTON CAFE EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. • * • * Trespassers Beware The Gilgandra Golf Club have se tfnredra Are years lease of the graz ing rights of the Gilgandra race course at a rental of 415 per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

H Xvl'T JUST ARRIVED smaaaawEssKMass^^ Direct F the Mills :z3z:iz^ 33 T^z'z^3&^£33mtastm*mwii3& .'•;vsf> ■ rr *:■'■ rM ■ • r •o - ilc-n .' «l 'iv - THESE ARE HIGH-GLASS QUALITY BLANKETS AND GUARANTEED FREE FROM ANY FILL ING, ALL THE FAiyiOUS "SUSSEX" BRAND: . WHITE BLANKETS 8 x 4, 78 x 54 inch 30/- Pr. 9 x 4, 81 x 03 inch 40/* Pr. 10 x 4, 90 x 72 inch ... ... 50/- Pr. 11 x 4, 99 x 81 inch 60/- Pr. ALL BLANKETS GUARANTEED FOR WARMTH AND GOOD WEAR NOTE—All Single and Three-quarter Bed Blankets are now made considerably longer, but are selling' ai the lower prices:*1 COLORED BLANKETS- LIGHT XND DARK GREY 8 x 4, 78 x 54 inch .......... . . . 28/6 Pr. 9 x 4, 81 x 63 inch. ........ . ..... 36/- Pr. 10 x 4, 90 x 72 inch . . . ... ...... 45/-Pr. 11 x 4, 99 x 81 inch . ..... 55/- Pr. Our 10x4 Blanket is the average Size sold for Double Beds esszx <• rimtter how hard the job, jr/st watJch how well your traetA>r behalves when you Deed it V'OCO poiwer . . . From...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

A. Townsend & Son Auctioneers; Stock and Station Agents Are Removing to More Commodious Premises in On the Opposite Side of Miller Street IDALEIGH HOSPITAL GILGANDRA. flaa b«ea thoroughly renorated and ia ander entirely cew management, Medleal, Surgical and Obatetrie eases rwalrwl. An efficisnt nnrse always on night duty. TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TOWNSEND. ■■ ■»-»——— THEY'RE COOL AT TURLEY'S Although Xmai has passed tha mead for Good Cordials ia stilt, apparent. Therefore, wky not gat tha bast. Turley's, in Miller Street, can supply all classes of Cordial* *t 3/. par dozen.

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A Symbol of Hate [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

A Symbol of Hate The Rev. G. Spencer Oakes, in a letter to the Bathurst Council, read at Wednesday night's meeting, pro tested, on behalf of the Memorial commitee, against the action of the Council in allowing an unsightly piece of field aitilery' being placed on the allotment originally set aside for the section of a memorial to mark the "birthplace of Bathurst and the site where the first Christian service was held on May 7, 1815. "The one," ho | added, "stands for peace and prosper. |ity, the other isa symbol of hate and [ destruction. It is only within the j last few days that I was aware that such action had been taken without considering our feelings. May I ask that the offensive object be removed before the public unveiling, of the i monument on May 4," It -was decid J ed to remove the gun to a more suit j able position.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 frem Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich crazing and wheat district. Population700, district 2000. Average rainfall 23£ inches.

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