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HORSE EVENTS Event 10—2 p.m. sharp [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

HORSE EVENTS Event 10—2 p.m. sharp CREENAUNE'S PONY RACE 3 furlongs. Prize trophy, value £1/1/0. Donated by Mr. W. Creenaune. Entrance 2/6. Event 14—2.30 p.m. FLAG RACE ON HORSEBACK. Prize trophy, value £1/1/0. En trance 2/-. . Event 10—3 p.m. . PROCTOR'S TROT (Horses in ordin ary Sulkys). Three entries or event will be cancelled. Prize £1/1/0 worth of Groceries, donat ed b.v Mr. Proctor. Entrance 2/6. Event 23—•3.30 p.m. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, All Hor ses, Distance 4 furlongs, to carry not loss than' 10 stone. Amateur Riders only. Trophy value £2/2. Entrance 3/6. Event 27—4 p.m. "WALK, TROT AND GALLOP. 3 fur longs. Prize .trophy, value. £2. Entrance 2/6. Event 31—4.30 p.m. DRAUGHT HORSE RACE. 2 fur longs. Prize trophy, value £2/2. Entrance 2/6. Event 33—4.45 p.m. DONKEY RACE, 2 furlongs. Eiders changed as required by committee. Last horse w'ns. Prize trophy, value 10/6. Entrance 2/-. • Event 35—5 p.m. HOSPITAL STAKES. 3 furlongs, all heiirht '"horses. Trophy, value 'ft/I/O. Entrance...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CRICKET Leather Hunters v. Colts [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

CRICKET Leather Hunters v. Colts On Sunday last the "Leather Hung ers" journeyed to Gilgandra to play a return match with Gilgandra. The team went with the expectation <>' meeting the team which represented Gilgandra at Gularganibone, but found to their dismay that some one had blundered, for a first grade team was awaiting them. The game re sulted in a very easy win for Gilgan dra but this was not unexpected in die circumstances. Scores. I GILGANDRA COLTS •P. Reynolds, b E. Lemon 39 J. Ferry c N. Sutton, b Lewis 11 D. Ryan, b E. Lemon • '25 D. Whitton, c E. Lemon, b N. Sutton 84 J. Marchant, b H. Lewis 30 A. Noonan, c Lemon, b N. Sut ton 11 W. Dowling,. c and b N. Sutton 4 E. Tibbits, not out 37 G. Fleming, b 0. Press 13 F. Smith, I.b.w, b E. Lemon 33 J. Morris, b N., Sutton 8 Sundries 37 Total 332 GULARGAMBONE 1st INNINGS Rosser, b Whitton 7 McCullough, b Whitton 2 0. Press, b Smith 5 Sutton, b Whitton 1 L. Lemon, c Fleming, b Whitton Hawkr'ns, c Flemnig, b Whitton 0...

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

CONDITIONS Sports will commence at 11.30 a.m. ""The Committo reserve the right to pay prizes in Cash or Trophy. Prizes will bo distributed aftar each event i>y the :Ti\ ttsuvac. Entrance fee nuiot accompany oach r.onnnhtion." • Judge's decision in all eases to be final.' Protests, which must be accom panied by a fee of 5/-, must be lodg ed v/ithin fifteen minutes after the event, ■ Protest Fees . will be forfeited should protest be considered frivo lous; All Competitors will compete [ Mieir own risk. All Entries will be Post Entries, and fee to be 'submitted fifteen min ■ntes before commencement of event. All usual conditions will apply. .Jill who has a canary in his nur sery at home, went out to tea with her mother. In the room was a cafe containing a pair of bright green l!t!lc birds. Jill kept on looking at them and presently asked: "Mummie, what'S the matter with those can aries? Aren't they ripe?" r.-':' i ■ "] say dad, can I have a now pifir of school trousers? Those are 1....

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

Catholic Ball [ On Tuesday evening last,, a meeting was held to consider holding a Catho lic Ball on the first night.of the Show Carnival—Friday, 23rd May prox. . At the AVingadee Stiire Council meet'ng on Tuesday a. communica tion was received from the Coonam ble Municipal Council, soliciting co operation in approaching Mr. Blake oy, M.P., to urge.'the. Federal-Gov ernment to erect a new Post Offiec in Coonnmblc to replace the present structure, which''was' unsuitable. A further suggestion was made that the Department be asked to purchase one of the vacant blocks in the main street.on which to erect the building.' Cr. Lloyd said that during a period of severe financial depression was not the time to urge increased ex penditure, dnd the Council unani mously decided that it could not co operate with the Municipal Council's request.

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

yor, tank "Cii.".n:pioii" H :'.'<vy-Duly Uniircalt •ab!e Steel Plows.—In nio.Iuis fi3, 6I/C5, CG, C.7, and 09. Weights from :)0!Li to 3151b ■ "CHAMPION"' RABBIT PLOWS. (Specially made £ot ploughing out Rabbit Buvrows. Drag Scoops. Fitted with renewable runners. Mado in sizes:— No. 3, capacity 3 cub. ft; No. 2, capacity 5 cub. ft; No. 1, capacity 7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity 10 cub. ft. Will outlast 2 or 3 of any other make. /Vrmstron<>-IIoHanci Lmvltecl, 4 Bridge street, Sydney. Local Agents: Western Stores. MARBLE BUTCHERY - ALL beef and mutton OF top quality. Siniply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Cattle and Lambs—Never Sacrificing Quality for Cheapness NOTE ADDRESS—miller ST., gilgandra. d. j. and p. v. McCarthy proprietors. Phone 35. P. H. wake HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD Uoyisturrd No. 12-1 in the A.L.W.B. Association. i n The Ewes of the above Stud were purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Rams, thr...

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

Gift Evening One, of the most pleasant, social functions for some timepast was the gift evening arranged on Tuesday evening last, when Brien's Hall was the scene of a dance, where the many friends of Miss Eileen : ("Bub") Blackmail attended to present her with many useful presents as a token of the esteem in which she is held. Miss Blackman is shortly to be mar ried to Mr./J. Sanders, of Stuart Town, and lately of Gulargambonc. Visitors were present from Comba/a, Armatree a^id Gilgnjidrqi, and the evening passed all too quickly. On behalf of the dancers present and others who were unable to attond the function, Mr. R. Press in' a few well chosen words wished the guest of the eveiv'ng the very best of this, world's pleasures, and trusted that she , would be able to find time to visit Gulargambone occasionally and renew acquaintances. Mis3 . Black man responded and thanked all for the very enjoyable evening and re ciprocated the kind wishes that had been extended to her. Mr. T. Blackm...

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

Greater PoWEIl than ivas ever before offered you in a Tractor of similar weight I PERHAPS I | your interest = I lies in the I | NEW MODEL "C" 1 | a higher - Powered | I Tradtor than >g!Bj>v I § otir former fepltjja i § 12 20 li. p. I | Mode!,which go. | = it replace;;, w | fiiimiimiwiiiiiiiimmMimmiiimiii GET YOUR COPY OF THE NEW CASE BOOKLET TAKE three ordinary draaght horses and you have the weight of the new Model 'L' Case Tractor. At the standard 10 hour official test by the Nebraska University, this new Case developed 26.28 h.p. at the drawbar and 40.22 at the belt — while the maximum load tests recorded were 30.08 and 46.35 respectively. It will handle a 10/12 horse load with the greatest ease, and still, have a large reserve of power for emergencies.; You can put in more work with a tradtor like that. You can use it for more different kinds of work. You can be out in your field when a heavier machine would be useless. You can get your ploughing and seeding done earlier. ...

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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

C.W.A. A meetnig of the Country Wom en's Association will take place on Saturday afternoon in Brien's Hall at 3 p.m. A large attendance is rc quatsed as business is very impor tant.

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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

C.W.A. A meeting of members of the Gular gambone branch oi the Country Wo men's Association was held in Brien's Hall on the 22nd March. Mrs. Brien presided, and there were also present: Mesdanies Winter, W. P. Ferguson, Litchfield, Munro, Press, Hitchen, E. Best, Law, Best, Sutton, Simpson, A, Smith, Burton, A. Winter, L. Fer , guson, Ginty, Boiger, Darcy, King si oy, McICie, Donohoe, D. Smith, Jack, Clark and H. Skinner, Misses R'chards, Peacock. Clark and h>- ; Proposed Mrs, Munro, seconded by Mrs. Munro, that the minutes of the last mee.'ng be confirmed. On the motion of Mesdanies L. Fer guson and Munro, Mrs. Buttenshaw's resignation was accepted with regret. Proposed Mrs. W. P-. Ferguson, seconded by Mrs. Hitchen, that Mrs. Press and Mrs. Winters visit Mrs. Ferguson in regard to the water sup. ply. Matron Chinnery is to be asked to reconsider her resignation on the mo tion of Mesdames Ginty and Simpson. An amendment, by Mesdames Miyj ro and Litchfield, that the resignat'tm bo...

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

"II lit m it \i Pi |U> • CLARK Tailored Suits ire Men who have their suits tailored to order here are assured of tk# 'ikimute in Tailoring style con roulnsHM. • In Addition, t they secure Tailoring value that*has no equal claewHer# in the district—a value that be comes more apparent after th® tint iina been worn for a f«>C months.':.,* \Ve do not cut quality to meet th« den^'md of a low price* but w» can s»fe!y* say that. our Tailored* to-order, suits . give the. greatest . Tailoring sat>sfncl: "toih]# to obtain;' ' *he pr c for patie-. da., oi materia! Joseph A. Clark coon amble Read what Sydney Owners think of the Jslew ERSKINE SIX —then drive it yourself! Our inquiring reporter asked these owners —" What do you think of your Erskine Six?" The replies are here shown! Mr. .7. Scott Campbell, 7 Council St., WftTcrley, Intenttte Kepresent*tive writes: "I have driven my Hrskine Six 18,000 miles, much of it on vile b * c k - country roads of New South Wale*, and Queensland. Du...

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FOOTBALL Forming an Association Gulargambone to Send Delegates to Gilgandra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

FOOTBALL Forming an Association Gulargambone to Send Delegates to Gilgandra Easily the best attended meeting of the local football cub that has taken place for some time was that on Friday evening last, 28;h March when a large attendance was present to arrange for a day's sports and also give consideration to an invitation from the Gilgandra Football Club for two delegates from Guargambonc to visit them to discuss forming an as sociation for 2nd grade teams. Keen discussion .followed 0n both topics, and the meeting unanimously decided to hold a days sport on Wednesday, 30th April and to send two delegates to Gilgandra. The club is to apply' for the use of the show ground for the sports, and a committee—with power to add—was elected to meet and draw up the programme. The following committee were elected:— Messrs. M. Warnock, R. Press, II. J. Lpwj's, F. S. Hawkins, A. W. Bolger, B. Anderson, J. Craigie,_ N. 0. Kingsley, J. Sherriff, T. Comino, H. Cassidy, E. R. Ginty, J. It. Evans, J....

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

WEDDING Courts.—Harlow A ,quite wedding was celebrated at the II.C. Pregbj^ery, -Coonamble, on Wednesday ,. afternoon, the Rev. Father O'Farrell officiating, the con tracting (p/u^ies, 'being Mr. Kevin Courts, of Gumin, .Gulavgambone, and Miss Myrtle Harlow, daughter of Mi* and Mrs. W. Harlow, of, Quanda, Gulargambone. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a pretty frock of white georgette, trim med with silver lace, and the pro verbial wreath and veil. Miss Jessie Harlow (sister of bride) acted as bridesmaid, wo'aring a very pretty dress of p:nk georgette. The best man was Mr. W. H. Harow, and the groomsman Mr lleg Courster. The wedding breakfast was held at Mr. E. O'Mooi'e's Avenue Hotel, about SO guests being present. The. usual toasts were proposed and honored. Mr. and Mrs'. Courts, left by car on their honeymoon tour en route to Sydney. The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents.

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Ashvale v. Berida [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

Ashvale v. Berida Ashvale cricketers' visited Bci-iila on Sunday last, and after a very en joyable and close game, were defeat ed by 19 runs in the first innings. Top score for Ashvale was made by II. McMillan with <10, the next best being Hughie Williams 32 and A. Lindsay 24. A McCutclieon made lop score for Berida with 37, and others who did-well were . It.- Mc Cutcheon 28, T. Murray 23 and G.I Oatley 20.' Following are the scores:— ASHVALE W. Dawes, 1. b. w., b R. Mc Clitcheon 1 XV. Ilolshwich h.ow, b G. Oatley 17 C. Dawes, l.b.w.. b Oatley 2 II. Williams, b R. McCutcheon 32 A. Lindsay,: b A. McCutcheon 24 W. Holshwich, run out 7 L, .■.■Dawes; h.o.w. b. R. Mc Cutcheon 0 W. Lindsay, b M. Robinson 4: | TT. McMillan, b Robinson 40 R. Dawes, b Oatley 0> C. Collison, not out • 5 Sundries 23 Total 162 ■■'■■:■ Bowling:—R. McQuftc'heon -3-4)1, A. McCutcheen 1-2G, L. Murray 0-31, G. Oatley 3-11, M. ttobinson 2-2G. . . BERIDA A. O. McCutcheon, c B. Ilols wich, b W. Ilolswich ...

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

SEND YOUR 101s TO &ETW The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By its Constituents Personal Attention To Every Lot0 TANKS TANKS , ••■•1000-GALLON, 24 wqlls and bottom; 20-gage top;' -J tap, £7. 3000 GALLON, sumo materials-'as above, 1 inch tap—4*11/5/. 3000 GALLO.N, as above, .£15/10/. "Without tops less £1/5/, and tap '5/0 extra. All Prices Cash on Delivery. 1'rices for other tur.ks or . Ho making oil ■■application.. A. P. Walton, Gilgai.^ra Phone 71. WOG13I WOOD! WOOD! W SPITTLES Will supply firewood cut to any length and size at shortest notice. PRICE 12/ PER LOAD. Address: Lower Miller street, ■ OSLCj'ANDRA. PHONE 178. A clean barrel always with LUBALOY 22's Use Lubaloy 22's always and avoid frequent barrel cleanings. An exclusive development of Western Ammunition, Lubaloy is a self-lubricating alloy. Pre sents metal-fouling. Lubaloy 22's employ non-corrosive priming mixture. Dependable, uniform and accurate. And . ; ^ they cost no more than ordin ary lead cartridg...

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

QUEENSLAND LAND BALLOTS. : WE HAVE FULL PARTICULARS OF ALL AVAILABLE COUNTRY IN QUEENSLAND. APPLICATIONS COMPLETED. CHRISTIE BROS. GTLGANDRA. E. A. WEAVER Building Contractor ..'Estimates given for all Classes of Buildings. Alterations and Joinery Work. Modern Bungalows a Speciality. Castlercaglt Street, Gilgaindra. - P.O. Box 39. ' Phone 63. WHY SUFFER WHEN YOU CAN BE CURED BY PURE HERBAL TREATMENT BY MR. PETER YEE LEE CHINESE HERB SPECIALIST (Reg.) SO GEORGE ST. WEST, SYDNEY, AND AT MELBOURNE . Each case receives my ■■individual attention and utmost care is fakc.n with patients. I import and di's^in# only the very finest of herbs and pre. scriptions, which are now being used by leading doctors in China, HERBS I USE ,ARE THE FINEST THAT CHINA PRODUCES. Patients un able to call, write and state symp toms clearly, and froe advice wil] ■•be submitted by return mail. I have cur ed throughout Australia by my pos tal treatment innumerable people whom I have not met., Evcryr ailment (inte...

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ATHELETIC EVENTS Event 11—2.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

ATHELETIC EVENTS Event 11—2.10 p.m. STEPPING 100 YARDS CONTEST (Ladies' Event). Prize , trophy, value 10/6. Entrance 6d. Event 13—2.20 p.m. STEPPING 100 YARDS CONTEST ; (Gents). Prize trophy, value 10/ Entrance 1/-. Event 24—3.40 p.m. RELAY SACK RACE,. 25 yards. : Prize, Suit Case, value 15/-. En trance 17-. ' Event 26;—3.55 p.m. C. A. MURPHY'S 75 YARDS ALL COMERS' FOOTRACE-. ■/pyizc trophy, donated-.fty .Mn ¥5; A. Murphy. Entrance 1/-. / Event 28—4.15 p.m. MILLER'S HIGH JUMP. (All Co rn's). Prize trophy, donated by Mr. P. C. Miller; Entrance 1/-. Event 30—4.25 p.m. MARRIED LADIES' RACE. Prize trophy, value 10/6; Entrance 1/-. Event 32—4.40 p.m. OLD BUFFERS' RACE. (Fifty years -nd over). 50 yards. First pr'/o trophy, value 10/6. 2nd prize tro phy, value 2/6. Entrance 1/-. Event 15—2.40 p.m. THROWING THE WICKET. (Three ■"Throws). Prize trophy, value 15/. Entrance 1/-. Event 21a—3.25 p.m. SWEET HEARTS' THREE-LEG GED RACE. Two tronhys, value 7/6 each. Entrance 1/- per pair.

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GOLFING EVENTS Event 17—2.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

GOLFING EVENTS Event 17—2.55 p.m. PUTTING COMPETITION FOR LADIES. Prize Trophy, valued at .. 10/6. Entrance 1/-. Event 18—2.55 p.m. PUTTING COMPETITION FOR MEN. Trophy vijlue 10/C. En trance If-. ■ ; • Event 20—3 p.m. DRIVING COMPETITION (FOR LADIES). Trophy prize. En trance 1/-. Event 22—3.25 DRIVING COMPETITION (FOR . MEN). Prize Sports Coat, value £1/1/0. Entrance 1/-.

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MOTOR CAR EVENTS Event 12—2.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

MOTOR CAR EVENTS ■ Event 12—2.15 p.m. MOTOR CAR ACCELERATION TEST, over a distance of 200 yds. Prize, four gallon tin Motor Oil. Event 1(>—2.45 p.m. MUSICAL, CHAIRS, .with .motor Cars. Prize, ^ dress length, value i'2/-2/0.Entrance 'if-,' Event 21—3.15' p.m. MOTOR CAR SLOW RACE, in top gear (Ladies). Prize trophy Sil ver and Cut Glass Dish. En.ranee 2/-. ' Event 25—3,45 p.m. MOTOR CARI.yBEfNDING RACE, Open to Ladies or Gents. Cars to be Driven Between Pegs, over a distance of 200 yards. Entrance 2/-. Prize Trophy.

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ECHO OF DUBBO TYRE ROBBERY One of The Accused Shot In Underworld Vendetta [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

ECHO OF DUBBO TYRE ROBBERY One of {The Accused Shot In Underworld Vendetta Readers will remember tlio big tyre stealing case recently heard in both the Lower and " Supremo CoOrts at Dubbo. Five men were charged with breaking and entering Kirkland's garage In Macquarie street and' stealing some tyres. One pleaded guilty while the otfier four denied the. charge and put up a great fight in their own defence. In the Supreme Court, the .jury failed to agree, ancl the men were re leased to come up for sentence if cal led upon. One of them. John Bennett a dark, good-looking fellow, was re-1 sponsible for some great cross-ex amination during. the - case. Last week he was shot dead at Wooloo mooloo by Kate Leigh, a notorious . woman of the Sydney /underworld. Bennett gave his name as Jack Ben net, but it was* subsequently found that his real name was John Pren-i ^dcrgast. Damp walls ruin pictures, so if your walls are* damp do not let your pictures touch them. Get a piece of cork and cut it ...

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

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