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GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson. On October 23, at the Penhurst I-Iall, a lnrire. patbering- attended a fnnct:on in honor of the golden wed dinu of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, ' • mer rns'tlonts' of, CMlp'aiidrn. "n-' n^ents of Mr. B,ert Gibson, of this town. • About cicrht years apo Mr. G'bson iyps one of ■our' prominent residents, nnd tCont.Vol'Ipd \the olrj Ai^ti-al.ian Hnll. wh'ch was then in-Bridge, street, as wrll as being interested in the saw milling: business. .
A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
A CORRECTION. We published in our issue of, the 21at November last the following y~'~ "A Jeafer Has been written by ivj.essi-3 xscverwge and oer.sier to ihe coun cil's solicitor I'Mv. V. J. lvcuy.) cum (..a.miig- mat a letter they had-writ Yen to the council on bexiali ux &lt; iieatt had noc been submitted for cons deration by the council," "said .the Shire President (Cr. Townsenaj at the last Shire meeting1. "I do not '.viiow where they got, ttieir informa tion, but it is without the slightest, foundation. The letter was read by this cDunfcil before any action' was de cided upon, but its contents were utterly fool sh as to call for 110 con sideration." - From this report it would appear that a letter written on the 23;*cJ Uc tober last by Messrs B§veridge an: Serisier to the council on behalf of Mr. Treatt at the time the Commis sioners' report was to be considered was characterised as "utterly foolish..' The president has seen .us and as serts thai he has been wisreported,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
WEDDING BELLS. . Heinrich—-Shceh&n. • A wwlding of considerable interest W513 celebrated in the Church.of St.. Peter and Paul, Binnaway, recently, at Nuptlal -Ma3s by the Rev. Father l.oneragan, of Coonabarabran, when the contracting part'es were.Delia Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 12. M. Shechan, of the Roynl Hotel, Binnaway, ami William Pre-' UorickV eldest son of Mr. and Mra; Kninricli, of Tumbainmba.: , . ■v The/bride, .who entered the church on. the arm of her father, who. gave hoi' nway, looked teost charming '-n' her bridal gown of bridal lace over white satin, trimmed with tulle -anil dottings of orange blossom, witji-an uneven hem. She also wore a beau tiful Honjfcon lace veil fastened with a coronet of orange blossoms, "and carried a bouqnet tied with satin streamers. She also carried a beau tiful wh'te prayer book. The Misses Flo and Ena Sheehan) sisters- of the bride, were bridesmaids, and Wore frocks of primrose georgette with side drapings and P-ctu...
THE BENSJLEY FUND. HAVE YOU GIVEN YET? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
THE BENSJLEY FUND. j HAVE VOU GIVEN YET? i ".To know Mr. Bensley" was a pri I yilege.;; If ever ''there was a man l tiilly prepared to meet liis'God it was i thd Rev. Bensley. I have mef'mtn I more able, but for real purity, real I sympathy in human suffering, real, i .genuine■ goodness,' I have; never met his equal:" i. The above;remarks were po:Iu by a i speaker at the memorial ssrvice held jfor tbo late Rev. Bensley, who was killed in a motor ear accident near" ! Eumungeric on June IS last, and for: I whose children an appeal is being made to provide for their future. : Mrs. Bensley, who hag been an inmate of a Sydney institution ever since until last week, has had a very try'nj time and has bacu entailed in consi derable medical expenses. There are j'two children ven..aining, arid for tliese unfortunates we appeal fox donat'ons. The follcfiviiig donations are ac knowledged snd further amounts will by printed in tiheso columns «ach weokii— • M. Boxalt ' £5 0 0 . N. MeCluve ,500 W...
EUMUNGERIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
EUMUNGERIE HEWS. Waratah. tennis club has been ask , cd to continue tenuis during the next two months, several clubs being will ing 'to v'.sit Eumungerie. A decision will be orr.ved at during the week. Mr. Phil Ley has returned to Eu mungerie. Messrs A. Iiossitor and Greenleaf are also returning for the harvest season Constable Perkins has commenced his holidays; he is being relieved hy Constable Kenny, of Dubbo. Mr. J, McLean left for Sydney this week to meet his wife, who is return ing from Scotland, accompanied b^ her mother. The trustees of the Recreation ground propose holding a sporu> meeting and dance on jjoxing Day, proceeds to be in aid of the improve ment fund. itc],.tecntatior.|; are being made to have the silos made available f&lt;jr this season's wheat crop. It is po'.nteu out that there is more wheat this yeijr than last harvest, when the farmer was'given the use of the silos. When all is said and dono the silos are "a farmer's asset, and should be made avai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
Minmniimwi in ihim iimmimihi i n*nriiiwm»iiiiiBi it— •CRYSTAL PALACE) ; ■ PICTURES Coming:—Monday, Dec. 2 The Greatest Silent Picture that River 'irning to the whole "world. "THE CURSE VQF HEREDITY" Before tho Cimmonwealth Censor' Board would pass this picture they had it specially screened before the Government Medical Board, who sta ted, that the facts therein were au thentic. The picture can be screened befdte audiences of both sexes. . . A battle between fate and medical science- —astory of love and sacri fice. Supported bv SUE CARROLL and NICK STUART in "GIRLS GONE WILD" A. picture full of laughs and humor. COMING — JOHN GILBERT in " MASKS OF THE .DEVIL," and WALLACE BEERY in "BEGGARS OF LIFE," a Paramount Special. On the same programme coming are "AHAtS JIMMY VALENTINE," featuring WE HAINES and KARL DANE; "AVALANCHE," featuring JACK J*>LT. THK GREATEST PICTURE OF 1929 is FOREIGN LEGION Brilliattt, Beautiful, Flaming, Moroc co at itfc worst and at its best. Featur ing L^fwte...
BALLADORAN v BUNGY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
BALLADORAN v BUNGY. A very enjoyable trip "$ms made oh Sunuay to mingy, when the JlaJla doran cricketers'met the Bungy reap on tj>e latter's wicket. Eighteen of the locals, including ba.racKers and our friend Frew (the later catering for the th-rsty element) boarded Mac's lovry. Some of the players were be hind schedule timt*, but we.' put it aown to' Em's fault The game was played in the usual sporty fashion, and resnletd in a win for Balladoran. Scores^ BALLADORAN. T.. Rindfleish, c Cleaver, b Wilson 80 A. C. Dawes, c Wilson, b Edwards -9 A Stockings, c Edwards, b McLeod 13 E. Fitzgerald, lbw., b Wilson 3 V. Williams, c Cleaver, b Williams 46 W. Anderson, ran. out 2 G Alehin, c, b'Richards 21 It. Christie, c, b Wilson 1 G. McGarrity, lbw, b McLeod 15 F. Alchin, not out 4 H. Keichelt, b McLeod 0 Sundries 2 Total 145 BUNGY. K. Johnston, lbw, b Rindfleish 11 H. Wilson, b Rindfleish 2 C. Edwards, st .Williams, b Alchin 7 C. Shields, b AJctyin 6 G1. Cleaver, b Rindfleish 40 J. Wlson...
CRICKET. HILLSIDE v TOORAWEENAH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929
HILLSIDE v TOORAWEENAH. Toorawenah cricketers visited Iliilsiuii on.ounday, and ulcer an en joyable game were defeated in a one innings match 'by 82 runs. Scorcs:— TOORAWEENA'H.1 S. Franklin, e Andrews, b Rogers 28 S. Brokie, b Rogers - 52. F. Maberley, lbw., b Ryan 0 A. McCalluro, not out . ' 11 J. Loughrey, c Buckingham, :b F Ryan 0 N- Broakie, b Marchant 11 J. Luckife, lbw., b F.,Ryan 2 T McGrath, ,b Mai-ch'ant 3 M. Walsh, b Marchant 0 P. .McDell, b Ryan .0 W. Balderston, not out 2 Sundries ; 11 Total i 20 Bowling.—F. Ryan 4 for If., N. Marchant ? for 11, Andrews 0 for-29, rp>, 'i for 19 T*- Rogers 2 for 20, T. Marchant Of or 11. HILLSIDE. B. Rogers, lbw., b Franklin 14 G. Rale'gh, c Franklin, b Brokie 11 F. Ryan, b Brockie 21 G. Raleigh, b Franklin 0 Joe Ryan, c Louchrey, b Brockie 69 E.-Buckingham, b Loughrey 42 F. Andrews, c Brolrie, b Loughrey 0 S. Marchant, b'Loughrey 0 N. Marchant, c McGrath, b Lough rey 5 A. Marchant, not out 1 Sundry 1 TotpJ, 202 Bowling.—R. Brockie 2 ...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
GBNEKAL. The management of E. D. Aboud's store have Installed n. bowser in the front of their premiscsTTJhd are dis tributing a couplc of brands of juice. . :rTbt» first truck of wheat to bo loa ded at Gular,railway station this sea son was loaded last week and con signed to Wellington. The wheat was grown by Mr J Andrews, of "The Ranch" Harvesting: operations are in full swing in the Yarrandale district, and it is expected tht t a consider able quantity will bo haded at Arm atree -.Considerable interest is being: ta ken in the Buying Day aportc to b'e held at "Weenya" 3tat:.on, Box Ridge. : The sports are in aid of 'the Gular gambone and Coonambla Hospitals, ■ with Messrs J. Honshall. and R. ,C.-. Pearce as hon. secretaries.'The eve'nWB include horso and pony endurance tests, bending and flag races, motor; car events, .tugs of war /(teams of a x), foot racing '(men, women, and children), golf putting and driving contests, and numerous other events. Full partirular3 arc advertised. ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
GOLF. Lalfc ' Wednesday a fternoon gor*, enthusiasts: indulged in mixed four somes match on the local links, the ultimate winners being Mre. N. &lt;->. Kintrsley and Mr. W. Peacock, for. a trophy donated bv Drl Mitchell. Ap proximately 24 flayers took part,,nnd ah enjoyable -,afternccn'B Eport was the result, afternoon'tea being served on the ground-by the bdies. The wn- ' ners returned q., net rcore of 23 ioir nine holts). v . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
* • Nature . needs help' modern feeds play havee luilh our digestion r-Mature reouim occaiicnal qentie aid in elimin ating maste/rom the system acts smoothly & easily upon the digestive organs, helping Ihetn to do Uieir u'orUijtfnf ly. Figsrn is the ideal lamtire Does net putye or gri pe. John Payteii, M.P.S. and Optician t* GULARGAMBONE Telephone 107. .... . WOOD YARD. Aii orders promptly attended to and delivered. Supplied to any Ipngtb at shortest noiics. - GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gulargambonc. P.O. Box 30. Phone 110 JUST ARRIVED. ' GIFT STATIONERY moderate^ priced, Quality finest. Pull stock rt cord3, pianola rolls, H.M.V. Portable and oiher models. ; Goliing Matori.il on hand. Famoii? Kro-Flite Golf B&lls. Huirdress&lt;ng Saloon: ' Billiards. RYAN BROTHERS BOURBAH STKEF.T, ■ GULARGAMBONE. GULARGAMBONE Your local storekeeper sells Super-X NOYES BROS. (Sydney) LTD., 115 Clarence St., Sydney. ...
GULAR GLEANINGS CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
GULAR GLEANINGS CRICKET. On Sunday last tho local team, af ter a sequence of vacant match dlys, journeyed to Toorawecnah, but r© cu.ned as tlve vanquished, being do loatcd by 20 runs on the first ino &lt;■«>. 1 ne ioc(ai team found tho gruond .ifKPt not at all to their lik.ng, but Lii'.r no excuses for defeat, as they ..wire held what appeared to bo a .iiuung chance. Winning the tose iooraweenah batted first, R. Grocho and Loughicy opening to the bowling of H. Lews and Crocker." Asa-Pted by cno pitch torsomo extent, the former ivas making the ball bump awkwardly and after 10' had bcon scored the for mer batsman was well taken by p. Jjowis. The following batsmen adop ted dofomsivo tactics, and the scoring/ >vh.s slowt Gulargombono soon ap peared to have established a lirm grip of tho game.for at the lunch intorvn 1 ss batsmen were out for 42. On re suming Tooraweenah improved their fx^itlon, tlranks to tho ■aggressiW innings of McGill, who was not -out at f ho fitilth w...
A "FOWL" JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
A "FOWL" JOKE. The elr'ef source of attraction in the poultry pavilion at the recent Coraki show seemed to have been a ■hen,-which same wag brought along and penned under jthe dbg Latin title of ''medicus cosmopotftanus." The unfortunate specimen displayed considei'able nakedness, and what fea thers she did have were of the. curly find* veflexed variety. It looked for all the world as if - the old hen had just umon/Jd* from n Chiu&lt;?Fo lypjioou and Cairns cyclone. On the second day .it- was discovered to have laid a! China egg. The entry %\hs cvcilitod i'Jj a., local medico, who h.Ts boen.boiii'.'/r.l | with ordc-rt for eottingr./Th/;/ vic'-im j promises ;ti>^get^even M'Hh: thp HLrfcoj ter who "worked ths jol« it hij or pense, --a*/'] • !
Sunday's Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
' Sunday's Church Services. St, Ambrose, Gilgandra.—Confir mation wlil bo held in St., Ambrose Church at 8 o'clock to-night (Thurs day)^ Bishop Wylde will preach on Sunday evening, December 8, at 7.30, This -will be the last time be will preach on a Sunday .evening in St. Ambrose before leaving for England. There will be a short meeting of Church fund members immediately after- evening service. - , Presbyterian Church. Gilgandra.— Woodside 11 a.m., Dreelong 3 p.m., Gilgandra 7.30 p.m.—Minister, Uey. T. Eurfyl Jone3. Presbyterian Church, Gulargam bone.—Gulargambone 11 a.m.,'Quaml bono .3 p.m., Coonamble .7.30 p.m.— Rev. K. Burton. ' . - . Methodist Church.—Hillside 11 a.m., Curban 3 p.m., G'lgandra 7.30 p.m. Minister, Rev. C. H. Davies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
- ,iU. ^viM.y • jl/cucuiucI' U* A%j&*0 ;Y:.;:- ; —ii- . - t CRYSTAL PALACE PICTURES Siiur&ay, 7tk December-— Wc B eety, Louise Brooks, and Richard Allen in . "jSEGGARS OF LIFE" (A PARAMOUNT PICTURE) SUPPORTED BY "OUR GANG" (CQMEDY) and v « BREAKER OF HEARTS'?—until*Ms own was broken . .Ho was without a conscience, a man who became like the devil Mm-., se'.f— codle-s. Then came a woman who was.an ang"1]—to rsgenevate Ins soul..-Socvth s magmJicen' Austrian Society Drama. ' . ' STARRING JOHN OJLGERT ' " IN - ■ " " THE MASKS OF THE DEVIL " A Me^.i-O' Goldv/yn-Mo.ycr Special Attraction. Supported by o^e of the Greatest Casts ,'evnV assembled for one 'i)-o'hiction, ;ncludiri[r Ralph Forbes. Theodore Roberts.: AItha Reubens, Eve Von .Beime, Polly Ann Young, Ethel Wales and Frank Reicher. Monday, 8th December—> Richard' To'—"fAVAt 1FR» and "MY FRIEND FROM INDIA" Wednesday, December 11th— Monte Five in "THE GREYHOUND LIMITED" Reg Desmy in "HIS LUCKY DAY" Saturday—Coming: ...
"DAWN." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
"DAWN." This Friday and. Saturday the'ma iragcmerfc of the Empire Pictures have pleasure in ofFerfng tho pipture which stirred the' world, and which ■will live for ever in' your memory. A .number of our frineds have already seen th''s picture and tlicy have assur ed us that it is all that it is claimed and a little more. She went, to her death loving and forgiving those who executed her. She did her duty as sho saw it, and died without resrrets. This is the example of a noble" woman, whose life and death should be the pattern of every human being. It will thrill you; cheer, you, bring a lump into your throat and tears to your eves. Greater, love hath no man than that he lay £own h!s life for h's friend. A plea for peace and good will reflect'ng the human side of war and the great sacrifice of a noble woman who gave all that men might dwell together in love.
HUGE BULLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929
HUGE BULLOCK. An outsize in bullocks was slaugh tered recently at Bellingen. When dressod it turned the scales at 1340 lbs, which is claimed to be a record for the Bellingen' rivet. The animal was exhibited at the last Bellinger show, where i,t attracted much atten tion from1 caAlemen. It was onl^ four years and five months oldj and the meat was of oxcellont quality. II is estimated that if'the bullock, had been sent t$ Homebush it. would have returned at least £30 to the owner. • m ' I' ' ; •