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THE GOVERNOR MAKES A TALKIE For The "Use More Wool" Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
THE GOVERNOR MAKES A TALKIE For The "Use Move Wool" -Appeal In 'furtherance \.o£ the "Use More Wool" appeal and The Golden Flecce : Exhibition- wliit'h opens j^arly fehis month, Hi's Excellency The Governor has kindly consented to make a short talkie. It is through the courtesy of the Fox Movietone Company that .this talkie is being made and arrange ments have been completpd for its release throughout Australia almost .immediately. . . .. . The amount of voluntary work; that is being cheerfully given in further ance of this worthy movement is re markable. Excellent help is being given without fee by. leading publicity agents, including Griffin Shave and Co. Ltd., Gatts Patterson Ltd, The Weston Co. Ltd., and Samson Clark Ltd., together with many oclier or- j ganisations and individuals wllio, aft 3r all, are only remotely connected with woo!. One and all, however, re alise that wool is "Australia's Body guard," to quote the slogan, and the whole community will benefit directly or in...
MONEY IN CARS One in Every Ten Own One [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
MONEY IN CARS One.in Every Ten Own One Speaking at'Bondi on the econo mic position, the Premier. (Mr. Ba vin)' said there were G10,000 motor •cars registered in Australia^ repre senting a car for every 3 0 of the population. This is a higher pro portion than any other country in the world except the United States. Putting these 610,000 motor cars at an average of £300 each, it means: that no less than £180,000,000 of our money has boon sunk in motor vehicles, he added. 'flic Premier said it was safe to say that unless we talte some dras tic steps to deal with the. position many thousands of men whom we were formerly able to employ will be unemployed. "All of us, rich an poor, educated and- uneducated, em ployers and employees, have there fore to take their share. of the res ponsibility for the state of things with which wo are faced,'' he said.
Generous Givers [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Generous Givers Matron Gwilliam, of the Gilgandiiil District Hospital, acknowledged do-> nations from the following at the last committee meeting:—S. Turley 'cor-J 'dials, Mrs. J-. : Johns eggs, Mrs. 1 Walker* cake; pastry, old linen and | magazines, Miss Don-is Jackson but ler, Mr. Butler flowers; Mrs .- John' ctonc eggs and cakes, Mrs. Skinner (Culargambone) eggs, Mrs. Bensley vegetables, Miss Garling flowers and | vegetables, Mr. J". R. :Rossplants.
Football [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Football The football season will open in Gulargambone on Sunday next when the dashing junior combination, known as the "Royal Blues" will be at home to "Gilgandra Rovers." This year, this team should give a splendid [ account of itself, as it includes some brilliant performers for their age. The club is confined to players under the age of 21, with a 10 stone limit and an average weight, of 9 stone 7 lbs. The following team will repre sent Gulargambone o^ Sunday:— Pull back, J. Sutton; 9, R. Lewis, N. Sutton, E. Lemon, F. Frazer; g, H. Lewis; i 0. Press; forwards, L. Bills, L. Saunders, W. Oldfield, F. Brien, A. Blackman.
SOCIAL AND OUTING To Visiting Luther League [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
! SOCIAL AND OUTING I v v.':- —X— To Visiting Luther League On Sunday evening, MUrch 30th about 100 Leaguers and friends asr j sembled at the residence of Mr. N. l 'Reichel't, ^Jiddon, to enjoy sev.eral ] hours of one anothers company prior to the departure of delegates and visitors to. their respective homes.- •, The: first, portion of ,the evening was devQted to games played by the youngt folk, v/hilst the elder ones tpent a pleasant hour with reminis cences of bygone days: . • Later on, all assembled in the spa cious dining hall where the company was treated to the following items: Recitations,; Mr. Ed. Greenberger;' vocal solo, Miss Meta Wendt; vocal trio, Misses H. and S. Wendt and G.I Schmidt; musical saw, Mr. Rex. Mac-* kenzie. After a dainty suppeiy provided bjj the ladies, had been served, the plea sant evening was brought to a close with the singing of "God be with you till we meet again." TRIP TO COONAMBLE On Monday, March 31st, 16 visit- J ing Leaguers togethcrs with 18 ...
Boring Plant [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Boring Plant • After boring a depth of nearly 4ou ! feet on Mr. A. Frazcr's property in 1 Gulargambone, for water with fruit less results, Mr. Garling shifted hia plant to another spot. This move met with immediate success, for a plentiful supply was struck'at under j 100 feet. Mr. Garling is now en-j gaged on Mr. G. Winter's property.
Tennis Cups [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
•Tennis Cups; Tennis enthusiasts nave donated cups for the, following.events, which ) will be conducted .at various intev-; vals for' members :of the Gilgandra j Tennis Club:—Ladies ; and genis. i singles and doubles and mixed doub les. The events will'carry handicaps, and nomination fee will be 2/-. Non-1 playing members of the club are eli- j gible to join for 21/- for gents, and 10'G for ladies whilst visiting play ers will be charged 10/- per month, or 2/- per afternoon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
NOTICE Tcnde^'xjire hereby invited for Lolly and Fiw'fe§tall for the Annual 'Empire Pienic\Dayi^ Wednesday, May 7th, on the . SluHv^ Ground. 'Tenders close on Apdl P. WXPURDON, : Hon. Sec. P. and C. Association. A. E. HIGENBOTHAM Dentist Will open his practice in Gilgandra at the Imperial Hotel on the 10, 11, 12, 24, 25, and 20 April, and.9, 10, 22, 23; and 2-1 May. pending opening up in premises permanently. He may be consulted ■ at the Imperial Hotel every fortnight from the 13;h March, Satisfaction Guaranteed Golf! \ Walter Golf! Joe KIRKWOOD Golfers COURSE ril, 1930. Men :10/'-. N Laaies 5/ Cammencing at 2 p.ni. NOTICE OF DISSOLU TION OF PARTNERSHIP -)!T NOTICE is hereby given that the .Partnership theretofore subsisting pbetween fheoitfdertf gde$ JOHN PEN-" jTES and AFDROS. GLEESOS car rying on business as Refreshment Rooms Proprietors, at the "Carlton Cafe/' Mijfler f3:reet, Gilgandra, uh der the panic &f Pontes and Gl.eesos has beet/dissol-ml by mutual consent as fron...
SHRIVES SENTENCED Total of Seven Years [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
SHRIVES SENTENCED '. ' Total of Seven Years AtJ^^Qurijvtpiv Scsfions ;:4at ,Goo 'namble on Tuesday^ bcfgvq Iris Honor Judge.^ .Thomson),. .fedgar Ralph Shrives pleaded.guilty to the follow ing' charges:—. ■' | Stealing ..ft motor car at-Gilgandra "on ,2niL March," the property of E, S. 'Lewis. Sentenced to two years' hard labour,in Bathurst gaol. : Stealing a motor car at Gilgandra "oh 18th Marclj,. the property of Rich-1 ard Byrnes. Sentenced'to two years'1 :har&lt;j labour in Bathurst gaol,, concur rent with the previous sentence. . . '• Breaking and . entering E. R.. Ginty's Garage at Qulargambone on 19th March, with intent to commit a fclojiy.. Sentenced, to two years' lurnl labour, concurrent .with previous I sentence. •> .■ v "l j. Escaping...from Gilgandra gaol on; 18th March.. . Sentenced. to nine j 'month's' hard labour in Bathurst gaol, i ■'cumulative with prcviousvscn'ence. j Attempting, .to. escape from Dubfoo 'gaol "on 3Qth "March. Sentenced - to.six months' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
WHY keep hens and BUY EGGS? You won't have to if Karsyvood is part of their diet. For Karswood is a blood enriching tonic, and brings about its re sults in a perfectly natural manner. It does not force but but gently coaxes the birds to more active laying. "For five years up to 1929 / have kept on an average 50 head of poultry — two breeds only — White Leg horns for eggs and Black Orpingtons for the table. I have used your spices which greatly increased my egg supply and also wonderfully improved the condition of my birds. Wishing you every success with your wonderful spice." (Sgd.) J.E. FILDA Y, Warrnamboo!P.O. 15/5/29- Warrnambool, Victoria. 2.4.30 KARSWOOD H POULTRY SPiCE M Increases egg-production without forcing It's Film on Teeth that makes them lustreless, " off colour " Now dull, dingy, "off-colour" teeth are restored to dazzling whiteness a new way. It works by removing a dingy film that forms on your teeth, and dulls them by absorbing discolours tions from food, smoking, e...
TATT'S TENNIS TOURNEY Dates Clash With Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
TATT'S TENNIS TOURNEY Dates Clash With Dubbo | At a meeting of the Gilgandra Park Tennis Club, presided over . by the president (Mr. G. Cfiris tie) it was unanimously decided to hold the annual Tattersall's ..Cup.'/tennis tournament on June 7, 8, and 9, despite the fact that a letter was" before the meeting stating that ihc Dubbo Club had decided to hold a similar tourna v. ment on the same dates. .The' Dubbo Club wrote stating that since they .hadjixed on the June holiday they had been informed that the dates clashed with Gilgandra and suggesting that Gilgandny 'transfer their dates to the 'August holidays, when Dubbo would be pleased to give them every assistance.. It was pointed out at the meeting by Mr. H Campbell that the Gilgan dra Club had held teams tourna ment on the June • dates for many years past andi that it was beyond all reason to expect a change. Dubbo had'apparency awaken to the suc cess of a tournament run on the lines c/' our "Cat&srijsall /tournament and ...
Mistaken for a Dingo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Mistaken for a Dingo A dingo hunt at Burrapine, on the Ntjmbueca, lapt week, very nearly proved f?.tal ip.r one of the four mep who wore, in the party. jVVhile.. Mrv Cyrus Welsh was meandering .through the thick undergrowth, ssys the Nam bucca "News,"~he thought- bs Jieai'd a dingo, and while mimicking the calf h&lt;*. disturbed the bushes. Mr.- Chas Lynch feaxl .been stalking the sound, and when he -haU?od the, bushes move about 40 yards in front .pi-him, fired a ballistic charge from a long .barrel-. led gun. Mr. Welsh got four pellets in his right arm, and about half a doz«n in .his cheek and legs. Other pellets grazed him .in various places.. After he had respired .a -.little ^frorn the shock, Mr..Welsh walked about a. mile and a half to . a neighboring house, from where he was'taken 1o a doctor ..at .Macksvillo. Two of the pellets were extracted,.but the others wore allowed to regain for .the pre sent. ^ ■■■.-,
SHIRE WORK (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
SHIRE WORK (To The Editor) Sir,—In answer to the "Non-Booze Artist" who is only allowed to drink lemon squash, when; .he is strowling i ihe streets looking for some new con- J 'tractor, so as he can secure a job, for j I am quite sure that he has worn his welcome out where he has worked be fore with the older contractors, for !when his first jo.b is over it is the 'last as well, and then they use him for a correspondent for them and a3k 'him; to sign "non-boo/.e artist" . That name is quite good enough for him, arid lie must admit it as he has sign ed . Now I ask this man" to sign his name if he is game to, or does he want me to tell him his name? I consider if he is frightened ^of his name he is not a man at all. I must advise him if he writes to the Editor and will not sign his name he should not tell people aboUt it. Yours, etc.. ALP. NOONAN.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
m CLARK Tailored Suits' N.i! are .Men* who have their suits tailored .■to order here are assured of th# /ilt.mute in Tailoring stylo cor* reduces.. In Addition, they secure Tailoring - value that has no'equal elsewhere ' in the district—a value that be comes. more apparent after the Knit has been worn for a f«iC months; • We do not cut quality ta meet til* dnn.and of a low price, but can' safely say that, our Tailored* to-order -'suits : give. the greatest Tailoring satisfaction nssihle to obtain. * ■ ; write lor Palle-. jjncc .nd cla.. ol matei.W Joseph A. Clark " The Leading We,iern COON AMBLE F. O. R. SYDNEY never bouqht such .style*, speed and sturdiness as in Studebaker's ERSKINE SiX Drive it! Put the smart, swift Erskine Six Prove it! Satisfy yourself, by Erskine's Tourer through its paces, in traffic or on performance in your own hands, that it open highway—so well built that it can is exactly what Studebakcr deliberately be driven' 40 miles an hour when new— planned it to be...
GOLF CHAMPIONS AT DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
GOLF CHAMPIONS AT , DUBBO "■■■Thursday. April 17, will be a gala ilny for Western golfers. ' Arrangements have been completed •for the visit to Dubbo of Messrs. Joe Kirkwood and Walter Hagan, The "world's most outstanding golfers. " Walter Hagen is the greatest tou - luinient " player, having won more championships Than any./two living golfers put together ;\His record in cludes the British Open Champion '(four times), and the American Open Champion (twice). ' Joe Kirkwood was formerly Aus tralian Open and Professional Cham pion . He is world-famed as tli'e great est golf shot maker the world has 'ever seen. His exhibition is amazing rand instructive .• in addition, Kirk wood will deliver a lecture, and an swer any questions pertaining to the game. • Thfr Dubbo Club is working as :siduosly to have the newly-estblished 'grass'greens in as good condition as it is possible to get them, considering 'that only about ten weeks have elap sed since the ground was sodded and phi 11 ted :he g...
GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
G ULARGAMBONE RAIN FALL 1887 to 1929 \>s tt] Feb. Pts. 476 80S 203 926 40 135 242 90 .053 • 45 485 125 13 18 13 264 802 1 76 6 668 661 18 329 58 ■204 366 . 0 "58 177 38 124 9 93 40 ■ 1 321 .190 ibone imer.t Year Pts. 3149 -1597 ■4562 3150 230] 2665 3066 2162 .2838 2191 1971 1844 1659 1715 1263 1839 | 1451 I 10154 2264 I ■1171 ! 1999 2856 2029 2572 1392 2525 2207 1322 2S07 2nl)0 1237 1509 3263 34.41 ] 335 J 856 1792 2030 ■2775 1258 1526 : 1107 '2322 ; a tabic showing themonfhly rainfall at' our request the figures were-supplied-by d arc therefore 'correct; - Mai*; Apl. May June July Aug • Sept.Oct Pts; Pts. ,Pts. Pts. P.s. :Pts. .Pts. Pts. 372 72 39 115 280) "361 ' 28 155| .210 . 40 110 30 — ;i:—' ■■■; — 263 548 703 343 103 335 543 455 753 339 401 .053 175 245 282 115 469 212 145 296 187 282 260 137 187 160 315 153 218 39 283 267 415 90 550 371 217 281 52 30 908 385 ' 90 165 24 175 135 155 ? '—. - 105 ■\— 70 115 332 135 190 507 200 128 111 • 6 29 155 105 424 377 100 193 '185 ' 119...
Bathurst's New Town Clerk [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Bathurst's New To>vn Cierk Mr. Middlemas, the newly-appoint ed Town Clerk of Bathurst, gained fame and notoriety for the stand ho took while Town Clerk of Cootamun dra, at the time when that town was cut off from Melbourne through a big Ivashaway between Cootamundra and Junee. - (Train pajssengcrs for Mel bourne from Sydney, it will be re membered, were forced to. stay over sight, at Cootamundra, till the line was fixed up. Amongst them was Mr. Sol Green, the owner of Stre phon, who complained about the ho tel- accommodation of the town and let go a wail to the effect that he Would '.'sooner be a lamp-post in Mel bourne that a citizen of Cootamun dra." This so angered Mr. Middle mas that he took up his cudgels for Cootamundra and indited a scathing letter to the Melbourne press regard ing M,r. Green and Kis remarks. The letter was reprinted in nearly every paper in the Commonwealth. As a booster for, the town in. which ho is getting his living, Mr. Middlemas is out on his own. Ta...
THE WESTERN DIVISION Commission Sought To Review Position [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
[THE WESTERN DIVISION Commission Sought / To Review Position The following resolution was pas sed at a representative meeting .of citizens of Collarenebri and district on .Saturday, March, 22:— "In j^pjv of the demand for Crown Lands for settlement, both original and additional, as shown by the num ber of applications (150Q, of-which 1000 went to ballot) for the blocks OB jMercadooI, which are within six i miles ttl the Western Division, dealt with to-day $>y the Local Land Board at Walgett, this meeting of citizens of Collarenebri and district strongly urges that, before any Bill amending the Western Division Act, 1901, comddered by the Legislative Assem bly, a Commission bo appointed re presenting Western Lessees, small settlors in the west gnd Central West ern Divisions, and land Keekers to re view the position in the Western piv 'ision, and report to Parliament. j "It is further resolved that this; resolution be forwarded to all mem bers of the Legislative Assembly, and to th...
Lifting the Opossum Embargo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Lifting the Opossum Embargo A well-attended meeting was held at Mr. Jack White's office, Dubbo, an Friday, when the question of requisi tioning the State Government to have 'the protection of opossumis lifted} "for a period at least, was discussed. Several speakers stressed the point that owing to the depression and un employment in all branches of indus try, something must be done to al leviate the distress prevailing through out the State. It-was held that if the protection on opossums was lifted it would mean that large numbers of the unemployed would be enabled to keep the wolf from the door dur ing the winter months. It was de cided that a requisition be prepared and signature be at'tach'ed, asking that the Government give this matter its early and sympathetic considera tion. The requisition will be. pre sented to Mr. H. V. C. Thorby.. j
Where Happiness is Found [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
Where Happiness is Found In friendships. In good wishes. In helping others. In friendly letters. • In pleasant words. In' . little courtesies. In little kindnesses. In unselfish service. . In social intercourse. In a clean conscience. In work that we love, In mutual confidences, i In healthful recreation. In cultivating the mind. In doing duty . cheerfully. In making others happy. In facing life with a smile. , In achieving worthy ambitions. ;In the companionship of books, j In doing one's best regardless of ward.