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GILGANDRA ROVERS New Name For Juniors [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

GILGANDRA ROVERS New Name For Juniors Members of tho Gilgandra Junior Football Club held a meeting.in the Memorial.Institute on Tuesday night, and after the'minutes of the annual meeting had been read and confirm ed, the first business dealt with was tho naming of the club. Many sug gestions were put forward and it was eventually decided that tho team shall be known as the Gilgandra Hav ers, and all players must be 21 years of-age or under and also under 10 stone in weight, ■ Mr. F. Smith was elected Presi dent in plnco of Mr. S. Ryan elected at the annual meeting', and who was anable to fulfill the position. In regard to appointing another se lector to fill the vacancy' on the se lection committee, it was decided to elect a captain at the commencement of the season and ho would auto matically fill the position. The secretory was instructed to write to Mr. S. G. Turley thanking Vm for his generous donation of «*» cup to the club. N. Noonan, M. O'Brien nnd the donor were appoint I ed...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CLAY PIGEON SHOOT COMMENCING 12 NOON At Least 3 Shoots Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

CLAY PIGEON SHOOT COMMENCING 12 NOON At Least 3 Shoots Arranged 1st.—OPEN SHOOT 2nd.—POINT SHOOT !3rd.—LADIES' NOMINATION SHOOT. (Ladies' may select a gent to shoot for hoi-).. Prizes Trophies: Jardiniero, The Fleming Trophy and Dress Length, value £2/2/0.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CYCLING EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

CYCLING EVENT | I.OCAL BICYCLE RAGE. WinnerJ I gets A.B.C. Trophy.

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BOYS & GIRLS EVENTS (Under 14 Years of Age) Event 1—11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

BOYS & GIRLS EVENTS (Under 14 Years of Age) Event 1—11.30 a.m. RELAY SACK RACE, 25 yards each way. Prize trophy for each. Nom ination free. Event 2—H.40 a.m. POTATO RACE. Prize trophy. En trance free. ISvent 3—11.50 a.m. : HOWARD SMITH'S EGG AND SPOON RACE, (Girls). Entrance free. Event A—12 noon THREE-LEGGED RACE, (Boys). Prize trophy for each. Entrance ■ free. - '.v: Event 5—12.10 p.m. CARROLL'S THREAD THE NEED LE RACE, (Girls). Prize trophy, ' donated hyt Mj'.\ A. S. , Cab-roll. Entrance free. Event 0—12.20 n.m! HIGH JUMP, (Boys). Prize trophy. Entrance free. , Event 7—12.30 p.m. THE CARLTON CAFE FOOT RACE (For Girls).' 50 yards. Trophy donated .by The Carlton Cafe. All off scratch. Entrance free. Event S—12.40 p.m. SCRATCH FOOT. RACE (For Boyft), 75 yards. Prize trophy. Entrance free. Event 0—12.50 p.m. TODDLERS' RACE, under six years. Prize trophy. For boys and gi'-ls.

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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS Monster Programme Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS Monster Programme Arranged An elaborate programme, covering all branches of'sport, has been ar ranged for."theEaster Monday (21.st April) Sport on the race' courac, in aid of the Gilgandra Distict Hospital. The procession, headed by the Coon amblo Band, w'll start from the Coun cil Chambers at 10 a.m., and there i are plenty of prizes to b& won by i those taking part . The sports are timed to start at 11.30 a.m., sind the committee will bo kept busy to run off the programme to time, which is as follows:— * (TROPHIES will be given Ito the WINNERS of any of the following events):— BEST FANCY DECORATED CAR. PAIR OF CARS—NEWEST ANi. OLDEST MODELS, of same make of car. (Trophy for each). BEST POSTER MOTOR VEHICLE, Prize Trophy. CAR OR LORRY, with most natural number of knocks, squeaks and rat tles. Prize Trophy. WORST TURNOUT, Horse Drawn Vehicle. Prize Trophy. SPECIAL NOTICE: ALL VEHI CLES, MOTOR OR OTHERWISE, will be given a ticket on entering the processio...

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

WEDDING BELLS Irvin—McKechnie A very pretty wedding was solem nised at St. Stephen's Church, Gil gandra,. on March 12, the Rev. T. Eurfyle,. Jones officiating. The con tracting, parties be'ng Elsie May, eld est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. &• McKechnie, - Eringanerin, and'1 Ilufus, fifth son of Mr. T. Irvin, Toora weenah. : As-the' bride .entered the church on the ann-.'of her father, the Wedding March was ,iplayd by Miss • Dalmain The br'de . looked very dainty in a pretty frock of .white georgette over crcpo de : chene, with the customary wreath "and veil, the latter forming a train. She5 also carried a sh$af .. of white dahlias, giadoila and asparagras fern tied with white streamers. . . • Miss:Marie, .youngest sister of ■ the bride,-acted as train bearer,- wearing a pretty frock.of pale pink.crepe do , crene, .with\hat 'to match. She also carried a bouquet: of pink and whito gladoila. ' ■ . ■ The bridesmaid, Miss Muriel PottS, cousin of the bride, was attired: in pale p:nk l...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GRAND LODGE OFFICIALS P.A.F.S. Leaders Visit Gilgandra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

GRAND LODGE OFFICIALS P.A.F.S. Leaders Visit'' ' GHgandra Grand-Master C. H. George and Grand (Secretary Springall, ofi 'the Protestant .'Alliance, Friendly Society visited Gilgandra on Friday last and were entertained by the local" lodge members. After the toast to "The King" had been proposed by the Grand Secret ary, BroOfTner proposed the toast of "The Worshipful Grand Master and Grand Secretary." He said he was very pleased to have them visit the' P.A.F.S. The Grand Master had been appointed three years in suc cession to the position of Grand Master, and it is about 4 years sincc lie last visited us. .The Grand Secretary was greeted with applause when ho rose to re spond. He said he was pleased with the way in which they showed appre ciation.v of their-visit to Gilgandra, ■ nrd if he could make them happy he bad no regrets in coming to Giigan dra, 320 miles to do so. The Grand Master said ho appre ciated all the good things Bro. Oi lier said about Bro.. George and him self. He h...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SOUNDER WOOL MARKET The Fine Quality Question [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

SOUNDER WOOL MARKET The Fine Quality Question Winchcombo, Carson Ltd. report: The wool market has stood up strong ly to the .effects of two weeks simul taneous, sales in Australia and Lon don. Good reason, therefore, exists to assume that prices for merinos [will at least be maintained on recant I levels and may move slightly up |ward3. The price of tops in Brad ford liad been gradually weakening since early February But the latest i--ports indicate an upward trend. Ths position of crossbred wools looks I v.> assured. Particularly heavy ?ioeka of crossbred tops are on hand on the Continent. If as anticipated, however, rates for merinos hold Arm, their" ready sale at sustained figurcB should promote confidence in values sconeral'y and assist in the . market ing of crossbreds. .This season fino merino wools have, consistently been in the keen est demand. . In*somo cases the top lines of,the choicer clips of that type in froe order, have made prices show ing very little change compa...

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

iHiaiH WMiiy i m JUST ARRIVED Direct From Blankets J«IEiaSS»2aSSS^r^a«ES3tS^3Bi2aSS32ESS;ffiaSK£a ;M IIII kets s§i M THESE ARE HIGH-CLASS QUALITY BLANKETS AND GUARANTEED FREE FROM ANY FILL ING, ALL THE FAMOUS "SUSSEX" BRAND. WHITE BLANKETS 8 x 4, 78 x 54 inch .... ... ...... 30/- Pr. 9 x 4, 81 x 63 inch .. . 40/- Pr. 10 x 4, ©0 x 72 inch . . ..... . . ... SO/- Pr. 11 x 4, 99x81 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 at the lower prices. COLORED BLANKETS-LIGHT AND 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 10 x 4 Blanket is the average-Size sold for Double Beds m •"'AV • v". fflSSlliMMW •n m EVERY IjROF NFO matter how hard the job, just watch how well your tractor behaves when you feed it VOCO power . . . From the sta...

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NARROMINE BOWLS Opening of New Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

NARRQMINE BOWLS Opening of New Club On Wednesday, .afternoon the offi cial opening 'of the Narromine Bowl ing Club was performed by the Pre sident of the N.S.W. Bowling Asso ciation (Mr. Scott) in the presence of players from Gilgandra, Dubbo, Wellington, Parkes and Sydney. ■ The establishment of the club is unique, for the land and the green has been donated to the Narromino fowling C'ub by Mrs. G. W. Bai" !ov.*, in honor of the memory of her lute husband, who was-a leading ''.orckecper, and whose son (Mr. liny Barlow) is manager of the West erStores and Edgely's Ltd. in that centre' and the first president of the c'ub. The green is situated: between the football ground and the Federal TIo.f-1 and shows promise of result ing in an excellent ground. -Visiting and local players were paired off and divided into rinks, resulting in some •very enjoyable games. Gilgandra was represented by President L. D. Serisier and'Secre-. tary G. Christie, as well as Messrs. K. J. Nelson, J. F.'eming...

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

Movie Ball , It has been decided that Gilgandra will run Us Third Greater Movie Ball on the night o£ the Hospital Sports and Carn.:val on'Easter Monday 21st April. As the proceeds of the sports arc in aid of tiie local District Hos pital it has been dccided to make it a Hospital Day by: running the Carni val and Ball afc night"; A specially sel ected committee has" been chosen for each individual pare-required for the ball so that it "will bo the success of :ts predecessors. Thia year's func tion promises to be something out of the ordinary, and with the sports to attract visitors in the. day, all sur rounding towns should be well repre sented, The decorations are go'ng to be very elaborate, 3000 balloons be incr let. loose amongst the dancing audience, which will bb a sight worth, remembering. The .effects produced throughout the decorative scheme will be mov'e, mechanical, electrical and ppecial lighting effects, which one and all will marv^f at, evjen more so than that of last'ye...

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

Values That Are as Pleasing As The Goods The Autumn-Winter offerings in i Our Mercery Department are many and varied. We submit t'he Latest in Knitted ^Goods for Men and Boys. These, sh^w substantial reductions on previous jprices. Our Woollens como. Direct from Australia® Leading Manufacturers. They are nea!ly wonderful- production, combining Quality, Workmanshrp and Unique Design. Gents' A.11 Wool Lumber Jackets, splendid quality, in a largo range of patterns, 38/6, 25/-^ 26/6, 29/6: Gents' Ilmcy Pull-Overs, in assort ed Marl Wool and Jacquard patterns, a:i sizes, lj/11, 19/11, 25/-. Men's Jeipc'ns, with collars and two button fronls, and two pockets, vari ous designs |n grey & fawn grounds, Men's Knitted All Wool Fancy 23/0, 24/6, $5/-. Ccat Sweatefc, in shades of fawn, putty and 2'-®', with contrast stripes, also fancy Jiwquard patterns, 21/-, 22/6, 25/-. v | Men's Knitted Wool Coat Sweat er's, in plain ind dropped stitched! patterns. Thesl are in greys, mole and heater ...

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LABOR'S BAD BREACH Attempted Boycott [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

LABOR'S BAD BREACH Attempted Boycott Row Banks, of "Narromine News," is.a pence-loving pressman, as a rule. Rut- the Labor "stalwarts" of li's homo town trod on a corn under his Til In f nfi last week, and he shot out n'straiffhlv. loft the offenders lament ing. In Friday's issue he writes:— For the first time since the "News" office, under the present proprietor, opened in Narromine, handbills have been away from the town to be printed.. Recently the Narromine branch of the A.L.P. decided to hold n series of euchre parties, and the printing of pamphlets announcing the dotes were sent to the "Labor Daily" office. Tiy this action the A.L.P. is evidently out to suppress this paper, and they , might do so, too—in their sleep. If. all those members of the League who voted (to boycott the "News"/will wair until the next time that the Macquarie .River is in flood and then :_go down with a pannikin and dip out a mug of water, and then see l.o what extent they have reduced the flood, they w...

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

MENDOQRAN C.W.A. A meeting of the Mendooran Branch' of' the C. W .'A. was held in the Mechanics; Institute on Saturday afternoon last.... Those'.present,' Mrs; ■G. Snodgrass, President in the chair,. Mesdames Alex Truskett, Frances, J. Monk. Giddings, E. Monk, Alf Trus-, kett, Moore and Askew. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed and coirespondence read and adopted, arrangements were 'completed in con nection With the forthcoming race ball supper; for wlr'ch the branch have the catering. The matter of leaving the tenders for the building of the local C.W.A. hospital was. discussed and finally de cided-upon. The date chosen for the c.'osing of tenders was fixed for Sat urday 12 th April, which will be the day on which the1 meeting will be held. Mr. II. Hag, who has been trans ferred from Stroud Post Office, has taken up duty, at the local Post office, vice J. Deelian transferred to ! Gulargambone. « '' <* ' :Mrs. T. Carmody and daughter, Ol...

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LUTHER LEAGUE CONVENTION Successful Gathering Visitors Impressed [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 3 April 1930

LUTHER LEAGUE CONVENTION Successful Gathering "Visitors Impressed "All • roads load' ..to , vj3ilgandra,". w'as uii apt variation of a well,known saying in the minds of Lutheran ,yomig people from various parts of tlni State dur'ng .'he latter part' o •last wo ok . On .Thursday and Friday -pastors, delegates, and visitors ar rived by bus, ' car, and train frpm Sydney.' Albuty,- fl.ndora, Bumini buttock, Gerogery, Tcmora, Bogga bri, Ungarie, Leo:on, Henty, Parkes, Vnd-'Forbes for the third annual con vention of Uio N.S.W. Luther League. The"r visit to Gilgandra re sulted in a most enjoyable and success ful gathering of which all will .cherish'-, [•".easant memories. THE CONVENTION ■ According to estf^shed ,!custom, | the first , session was preceded by dt v:no service, held in St. John s Lu theran. Church, on Friday at 2 p.ni. (To a large congreag:ion, Rev. T. 1 Harms, of Burrumbiittock,.. delivered r.n impressive sermon on the words vocorded—2 Peter, ,110-21. -The prcachc'r exhorted...

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

PERSONAL Mr. Trevor Lewis, formerly porter at Gular. Railway Station,' and lately of Minore, has been transferred to Narromine. Mr. J. Harlowe, of Forbes, and Mr. and Mrs. Courts, of Orange, have 'returned to .their respective homes after a few days in the Gular gambone district After a short stay at the Lithgow branch of the Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltdi, Mr. ©. J. Bensley has been transferred to Manildra. Mr. Bensley was form er'v of Gulargambone. Mr. Frank Press has returned to Yerong Creek Post Office, after a holiday with his parents. Mr. Max Skinner returned to Gul argambone last week—after a short stay in Sydney. A traveller by Monday's passenger tra:n to Sydney, was-Mr. Ron Firth, formerly of the local post office, and who. has been transferred to Yaps. Mr. E. D. Aboud, of the Fashion Stores, retui-ncd to Gulargambone on Saturday last. . After an absence of many years, Mr. Frank Holland returned to Gulargambone in the capacity of Manager, for Aboud's Stores. We exte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

GROCERY & HARDWARE MERCHANT MIlJ-EH'STREET GILGANDRA. . . I Quotations Given for Fiu nitui'e Stores, Cyclone . Gates, Etc. All Slocks arc Fre^n ana PRICES LOW IA Trial Will bo Apprcci akc.c'. til!™ Iraw The Finn Thai Thinks Riijhtiy And Acts Rightly Oy Its Constituent Fersifnal Affentlon To Ei/ery lot.0 TANKS'' TANKS . 2000 GALLON, 24 gage, -walls and bottom; 20 gage top; :1 tap, £7. 2000 GALLON, same .materials as above,'1.'inch tap—rill 1/5/. . ' 3000 GALLON, as above, .Ci'5/10/:; | .-"Without topvilcss £1/5/,. and tap •3/0 extra. . • v, : ■•All Prices Cash on .Delivery. .Prices - for other -tanks'-or".; J'Stv■ malting- on '.ippljcaticn.'-" ." A. P., Walton,..Gi{ghi.vra:; V .. Phone 71. Stipei>';X; hi ;t.s:v't'G Your local Storekeeper sells Super - X. , If he is out of stock, write to: NOYES BROS., (Sydney) LTD. 115 Clarence St., Sydney. Bunny -is not sale even at the in->u:l> ; qf his hu rro-.v or: beyond reach of i o rd inar y; loa ds, wlien Super-X is nfter him...

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CRICKET Breelong v. Berida [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

BreeJong v. Berida Breelong visited Berida on Sat urda 25th March, and after a very enjoyable evening were the better team as the scovcs will show. Ow ing to a few of Breelongs stonewal lers bailing.up, the visiting team had lost six wickets, by five o'clock and Berida had lost the same by dark.' for 76 runs to Breelong's 21.1. The Berida innings nos being noted we are unable to give detailed scoras of their innings. ►Scores for Breelong's -innings:— P. Cox, e Chisholm, b- R. G. McCutcheon 30 K. McKeehnie, retired 27 P.. McKochnie, b A. McCutcheon 38 J. Cox, llnv, b J. McNiiblj 23 L. McKechnie, b A. McCutcheon IS D. J. Butler, b J. McNabb 1 R. Irvin, retired 32 II. Butler, retired , 0 A. Haglus, retired G A. Butler, not* out • : C 'I'i Quayle, b A. McCutcheon 2 Sundries 3 9 Total 211 Berida six'-wickets for -75 runs.

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Promotion Not Desired [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Prosnotion Not Desired ■h Public servants whose-salaries are in'the vicinity of the £<100 mark, arc not seeking promotion these days, rs the 10 per cenf. reduction in salaries oi; and above tliat figure .makes -pro motion a dangerous tiling. If a man receiving£375 per year received an incrcaso'Of i £25, brinjeintt him up to the £'100 mark, he would .be a loser by the transaction, as the '"cut" , would make-his : actual salary £800. The average public servant has suf- ■ IlciOnt''"nous" to l'ealiso the truth of the epigram that "A.fool's paradise is better than a wise man's hell."

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Gulargambone v. Combara [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Gillargambone v. Golmbara The Gulargambone team which journej'ed to Combara on Sunday last_ to do .battle for the Goldsby Cup thoroughly" .uistiftid the confidence •the selectors place~d in them for they returned triumphant with the hand some piece of silverware. The match was only won after one of the most exciting games ever played on: the Combara oval, the margin in favour ,of the victors being only 4 runs. Final scores being Gulargambone 103 Combara 99. Winning the toss, Combara took to the wickets, opening up with Read ford and A. Crocker to the bowling of Saunders and Sutton. Disaster overtook the batsmen early for with 10 on board, the latter edged Sutton .up in the slips where H. Lewis made no mistake. Fletcher followed, but after-making'8 fell into a trap and was law to Sutton, 2 for 15. Mat Butler followed and looked as if he ni'fi-ht retrieve the position, but was bowled on a clinker of Suttonsj 3-13-30. Realdftivd liad thus kept ■and held one end going but with his! scor...

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