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

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS I' ■■ ' O -Monster Programme Arranged An elaborate programme," covering all branches of sport, has been ar ranged for the East^i; Monday April) Sport on the race course, in aid of the Gilgandra Distict Hospital. The procession, headed by the Coon amble Band, w'll start from the Coun cil Chambers at 10 a.m., and there ,are plenty of prizes to bfc won by >ifthose taking part. The sports are linied to start at 11.30 a.m., sind the committee will be kept busy to run off the programme to time, which is as follows:— (TROPHIES will be given to the WINNERS of any of the following events):—' BEST FANCY DECORATED CAR. PAIR OF CARS—NEWEST AN 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 >n Vehicle. Prize Trophy. SPECIAL NOTICE: ALL VEHI CLES, MOTOR OR OTHERWISE, will be given a ticket on entering the processio...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUMUNGERIE NEWS MUMFORD CUP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

EUMUNGERIE NEWS From Our Eiimungorie Corres pondent) . MUMFORD CUP After successfully holding the Mum for Cup ,for a period of three years, the local-association was defeated on | Saturday by • the Dubbo Association,' by a margin of 73 runs. The game I was keenly and cleanly contested, and I Dubbo players are to. be .congralulat- J ed on their meritorious victory. j H.. Butler three wickets, J. Poster j 3, W. Looney 2, and A. Rossiter 2, accounted for the Dubbo team, while N. Strahorn 0, Blackman 3 and E. Cornish. 1, disposed of the local team. N. Strahorn bowled particularly well, his head work being an outsanding feature. Of the local batsmen R: Tindall d>d best with a total of 34., He batted nicely and his cricket was most en- | tertaining. J. Strahorn, though only compiling 12 runs for Dubbo,'stayed there a long time, and, showed his I ability as a batsman. Mr. W. H. Godwin handed over the Cup to the Dubb.oites, with Ap propriate remarks he said, it -was with pleasure that he...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

TENNIS The annual meeting of the District Tennis League takes place on Satur day night next at the public school. All are cordially invited and a big roll up is anticipated. Business .is important. ... ; On' Saturday, 29th March the Presbyterian Club opened up the sea son successfully, when players of all clubs congregated, at the invitation of the club and enjoyed a mos'; so cial afternoon's entertainment. Some good tennis was witnessed and pros pects point to a successful season. The lady'members'provided the'eats which was much appreciated. TOWN CLUB This club had its opening, day on Saturday last, and despite'the fact that the cricket match claimed' the interest of most present, the events were kept busy right through. All clubs .were represented and some good tennis was displayed; ' The game is going to boom in Eumungerie this year. The ladies provided after non tea •which was much appreciated. This club held a social evening at riight which was well patronised, and n most enjo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

COUNTRY WOMEN' ASSOCIATION >*A meeting of theGilgandra C.W. •A!!'' was held ot Saturday. Mem bers present were: Mesdames. Mar key (in the chair), Lummis, March: Barling, . Mnlonc, Carter, Withers, Mudio, Bensley, Chandler, Lowif, Caihcart, Childs, Hurley, Misses Tra yis,and Whitney., Vr\ : ;In view of the very -jfinp offer...of 'Sir. Cameron, manager of. tlie West 'ei-n Stores Ltd., to allow'the 6.V&.A v 'thc-usc of the stores' lo'iyi'gfi rpoiii," free of rent, for a Clinic• Nurse/onfco• a-week, the associationare' taldnfc immediate steps to have-a;.b'aby/cljriic" established. l.-r.-w that they have some thing definite to work upon. The! secretary was directed to write to Dr .- 'Sydney/Mbrris, Director pf Ma-' Venal and Baby Wel'fae for the ncces-; 'permission and also to Mr. ' Thorby,-. M.L.A., for his assistance. " A Baby .Clinic in''Gilgandra has j ■'been, a long felt want. A number of , •mothers/have been taking their babies ■ "to Dubbo to the clinic nurse at thaf , c...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE LATE MRS. MARY ANN ALDRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

THE LATE MRS. MARY ■f ^ r .4N^ ALDRiDGE | T. .A visitation from the Angel of Dfi'atli in the early haul's of Friday [morning last removed' one of .he dis trict's oldest residents. _We refer to *he';■'■passing -of- that Brand old lady Mrs. Mary,, Ann Aldridge, whose dc ln'fse w.e-brielly referred to in our lnst ] issue says-the Coonamble-,^T|Tiieii''-.,j Tftc deceased,--.,who liScl,1 -passed.: ljad'beeiv in an infirm slate of health for about three years, "and for a short {ime was an.;inriicti^of the'Gponambje 'District ''■Hp^^aTj^nlitts; a^ew»id^p b'<!|ore h^'death l'|^e was5 ran oyed?fo tlje residdnce^of ligr daug_lrt'e^( Mrs*. <3e"o. Bell, of Bimble S:reet), where she passed awa'y"peacefully as above stated. Born at Penrith ,the late Mrs. Aldridge married the late Mr. James Aldridge at Mudgee GO years agT), and for some years was a resi dent of the Mendooi'an district, com ing to these parts in August, 1857, and had resided in the Coonamble dis Ltrict almost ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB-"":t Committee Meeting J j The usual committee meeting' of the Gilgandra Football Club was %old< in the Memorial Institute on'Moriciay night last, the President, Mr. II. Campbell,' presiding.' Other commit teemen present were: Messrs. E. Mil-, die, J . Morris, II . Collison,' J. I-Iearn,' M. Morris, J. Morlcy, N. Pitt, A. Weston, W. O'Neill. Apologies for non-attendance were i-'eceived from Messrs." E. S. Lewis and T. Myers. The matter 'of lighting the recrea tion ground,1 which proposal' was ap proved of at the; previous meeting,' was allowed to stand over pending ar rangements of. a_ suitable ground for the club', as'it 'was'impossible to go on with the scheme under the presen: conditions offered by the trustees of the ground. . • 'y Correspondence included a letter from the Dubbo branch of the N.S. W.R.L. re the proposal to form an inter-town competition and' stating that only affiliated clubs were allowed to send 'delegates to the group meet in...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FOOTBALL— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

FOOTBALL ; 0n Sunday' last Eumungerie foot ballers visited Collie and in a friendly match' against the locals, were vic torious by tltfe rjarrdw margin of three points, the'scores being 11 to 8. . The local juniors, who this scaiori will be: known as the Gilgandra Ro vers, played a scratch match on the recreation ground last Sunday against a team styled The Res!-, and. empr/rpd victorious by two points, scoring 10 as against their rivals' 8. Several incidents happened during the game, which jif not checked, will do the game no good during the-season. Men who will not hold their tongues and keep their place on the playing arena should be- dropped by their respoc tive clubs, • ■ The Rovers will visit Gularganv-' bono on Sunday to try conclusions ■with the local junior team, The Ruyal Blues. • ' Merv. Reindflash, who • last season was one of the local "representative players, has been transferred-from the Gilgandra -railway to Dubbo, and. left to tako?up duties in that' centre on Monda...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MUDGEE MAIL TRAIN Robbed by Armed Bandits [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

MUDGEE MAIL TRAIN Robbed by Armed Bandits ,'A/nr»ed a'nd masked bandits perpetrated one of the most dar ing robberies reported in Aus tralia late on Tuesday. As the Mudgee mail train was leaving Emu Plains li'le bandits entered the guard's Van and mcnaccd the guard and escort with revolvers. After securing the bullion chest,' containing £4600 in cash and £13,000 in cheques, the bandi's jumped off the train as it was travelling 4iear |':ho' Glen brook tunnel. ,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Better Goods at Lower Prices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Better Goods at Lower Prices | Keen Values in New Seasons Wool | Ions. Ladies', Knitted. \V90i Cardi ! gans in a wonderful assortment, .of patterns. Sizc^ S.W., W1,, DJ.&., I Priced at 17/6, 19/6, 22/6, 27/6, i 35/-.. Ladies' jersey wool -frocks, j these are here in the .latest colours and' styles, proced at -42/-, 65/-, 75/. Ladies' '3 piece woollen jersey suits, comprising': skirt, jumper and cardi j gan. in shades of beige, almond, j Bowns etc., with contrast facings. [Priced at £5/5/0. Children's velour flannel coats with bonnets to match, in saxe, beige, rose, and fawn, sizes 3 8 to 24. „.A splendid assortment of ! childrcns knitted wool pullovers and | cardifians, in plain and ' heather mix ! tures.v All sizes from 5/11. G/6, ; 7/11, 8/11, Maids and Ladies wool len gloves in plain and heather mix tures, jacquard pattern taps, 2/11. .paid,- childrens woollen gloves, all sizes 1/9 pair. The Fashionable: Tweed Sports; Hat for Maids and Ladies wear. Assorted patterns, 8/11...

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

GILGANDRA FIRST ANNUAL HOSPITAL . Sports Oarnivaf EASTER MONDAY' 21st .APRIL 1930 ON RACECOURSE, GILGANDRA GRAND STREET PROCESSION AND MONSTER SPORTS PROGRAMME TWELVE PRIZES FOR PROCESSION DISPLAYS NINE PRIZES FOR CHILDREN'S EVENTS Entrance Free For Above THREE PRIZES FOR CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING TEN PRIZES FOR ATHLETIC EVENTS EIGHT PRIZES FOR HORSE EVENTS FOUR PRIZES FOR GOLF EVENTS. FOUR PRIZES FOR MOTOR CAR EVENTS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE HAND BILLS CHILDREN MARCHING IN PROCESSION ADMITTED FREE, TO GROUND " ADMISSION: 2/- ADULTS; l/- CHILDREN COONAMBLE BAND WII-L BE IN ATTENDANCE PROCESSION STARTS 10 a.m. FROM SHIRE OFFICE First Event 11.30 a.m- Hoi and Cold Water Provided F. BROOKS J. ROSS Secretg.pes Organising Committee. SPECIAL Sale 2000 WESTERN BRED SHEEP 2000 AT COONAMBLE TRACKING YARDS Wednesday, 1JJApril, 1950 COMMENCING AT. 2 P.M. GOLDSBOROUG^-K, MORT & CO., LTD., WILL OFFER BY PUBLI^ AUCTION ON THE ABOVE DATE: ; 1000 MERINO AND CROSSBRED WETHERS, 4 and 0 tooth, s...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

^CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday, April 13th :•—Gilgandra 3 p.m;;.and 7.30p.m; Balladoran_7.30 p.m. A. R. Lloyd, Evangelist. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES Sunday, April 13 th;:—Woodsidc 11 a. m.;; Breelong 3 p.m; Gilgan dra 7i30:p.m. when the Choir will render "The Story of the Cross." Rev. T. Surfyl. Jones,, Minister.

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"FACING THE MUSIC" A Wonderful Success Memorial Institute Will Benefit [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

'FACING THE MUSIC" A Wonderful Success Memorial Institute Will Benefit .'Presented-in the Australian Hall on Thursday and Friday nights last, • the local musical comedy "Pacing tin; Music" was received by a large and appreciative audience on both nights, and as a result the Gilgandra War Memorial . Institute will benefit con siderably, the profits being in the vic inity of £50. ~ For the past two months consider able work and worry has been en tailed in securing suitable characters and in rehearsing the various parts, and to witness, the' crowning, success of the performance must indeed be gratifying to those responsible for its production. To Mr. P. Kiely most of . the honor belongs for it was he who; first mooted the idea and it was his energy awl perscrvance that car-. Tied the function to a successful con clusion. Fortunately he liad the as sistance,of a willing band of workers in members of the .company, some of .whom had previous experience. " The. acting throughout was of a v...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LOCAL AND GENERAL Delegates to Coonamble [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

LOCAL AND GENERAL Delegates to Coonamble Messr3 P. Fallon (President) and W. Rogers have been appointed to represent the Hillside F. and A. Association at a meeting of the Coun .try Party and Nationalist supporters to be held at Coonamble on April 30. Mr. R. Stanley, of Gilgandra, will submit his name to that meeting for endorsement as a Country Party can didate for the State elections. • • a » FISH and CHIPS at the CALTON CAFE EVERY WEDNESDAY ana FRIDAY. • • * » Bowls Championship The Gilgandra bowling champion ship has commenced and on Wednes day afternoon several matches were played. In a hard s'ruggle between our two publicans, Messrs. E. S. Lewis at\.d T. Myers, the former was victorious by a narrow margin. The match between Messrs G. Nelson and. J. Horsley was full of "excitement during the last stages; Mr. Nelson was leading his opponent with only two heads to play, when Mr. Horsley made some great shots and finished 1 stroke ahead/the finaj sc'oi'es being 13-14. Mr. R. Van H...

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

© Notice A. Townsend & Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents Are Removing to More Commodious Premises in jei building On the Opposite Side of.Miller Street ____ iDALEIGH HOSPITAL GJLGANDRA. Has boert thoroughly renovated is under entirely bow management. Medical,. Sm-gieal a ltd Obstetrie easei received. efflciasit norsa always »n night duty. TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TQWNSENto. THEY'RE COOL AT TURLEY'S Altkattfk Xm&s has Raised tke mcej F«? Good Cordials is still Apptrent. Tkerofora, wky not jet (ha boat. Turley'*, in Miller S're«l, m »np>ply all classes of C«reES*b st 3/- p«rdo*a*.

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6th A. L. H. Regiment A.I.F. Re-Union Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

6th A. L. H. Regiment A.I.F. Re-Union Dinner Ex-Members of the . 6th Light Horse Regiment A.I.F. will hold their annual re-union, dinner at the Dungowan Cafe, 34 Martin Place, Sydney, . on Saturday 26th April, at 7 p.m. All those ex-members of Ihe Regiment desiring to attend should make early-application for tickets to the Honorary Secretary, Mr. G. J. Watson,1 of; 340 Kent Street, Sydney. ■

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Verdict for Council [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Verdict for Council i At the Coonamble District Court;, on Monday Edward William NabeifK and his w;fc each claimed £100 fromf: the Wingadee Shire Council for daiivr ages sustained in a motor car accir dent on, the Coonamble-Pilliga rqaj!. The jury found in favor of the de fendant Council.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Castlereagh Butchery Changes Hands [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

Castlereagh Butchery Changes Hands The well known butchery, known as-the Castlereagh Butchery, and con ducted by Mr. E. G. McDonnell, has changed hands and in future will be conducted by Mr. Hanson, who "for some time has been in the butch ery business at Armatree.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

PERSONAL Mrs. W. L. Peacock, of "Roma," is ^spending a few days in Dubbo at the time of writing. Mr. A."Lloyd of Sydney has been a visitor to Gulargambone and was stopping wi.h his son, Mr. G. Lloyd, "Tultahah." ' ' : ' ' Miss G. Scott, of Inverell, is at present spending a few days in Guluv gnmbone. A passenger by Tuesday's, train to Sydney was Mrs. C. Crocker of Gular Railway. - - The many friends of Mr. A. Strang will regret to hear that his health is still causing grave concern. Mr.; and Mrs. M. E. Robson are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby girl. Miss Grace Adams, alter a short stav with Mrs. F. Maloney'of Gutar Railway has retimed to Gilgandra. After a holiday, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Vincent, of "Quanda," have re turned to Gulargambone. After a most pleasant holiday spent in Sydney, Mrs. H. J. Heiler and Miss M. Heiler [have returned to Gulargambone. ^ Her many friends will be pleased to hear that Mrs. P. S. Hawkins has recovered from her illness sufficiently to re...

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

B&thurst Waterworks "Unemployed in Bathurst are .iubi latino over Mr. E. A. Buttenshaw's decision to at once make available £15,000 for the purpose of augment ing Bathiirst's water supply. The money will be used in..the construc- j tion of the high1 level reservoir, the j estimated cost of: which is £16,000, and the. work will commence almost immediately/.- giving employment to many local laborers^ who have been out of work for months.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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C.W.A. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930

C.W.A. Meeting A meeting of the C.W.A. took place ow Saturday affcerno.bn jlasti, details of which -will appear next is sue.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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