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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
» ESlT&iEMgC ' BggENTEAL® For your Comfort and Convenience, keep,on hand: KOTEX MENEX SYRINGES DOUCHES HOT WATER BOTTLES INDIA RUBBER SHEETS For your Health and Economy's sake get them from John Pay ten M.P.S. The Chemist at GULARGAMBONE Phone. 107 B ts=g; t i-} r) / gy|||| iiiii S Whew Seel == H youarseH aES S == o£ a datSsea* = EE NERPHOS TONIC SEE —1— It will soon get you right HS fj John Pay ten .J SS T o ChcmUl '"'g^AROAMBONE SS ii!ilil!!f!!!!il!!!!!!!E!S!i!lliiiliiiii!!!!ll """WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended to and delivered. Supplied to any, length at shortest, : notice. , GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. ArTrialr , Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, Munncll St., Gulargambone. ; , P.O. 13ox oO. - • I'iione 110. JUST ARRIVED. GIFT STATIONERY^, moderately priced, (pality finest.' Full stock! re Di'ds, pianola rolls, H.M. V. 1'ori.ablo ,; and oilier models. ■■: Golfing Material on hand. Famous' Kro-FlHe Golf J3a!ls. . HairUres&ing Saloon. _ . Billiards. a...
WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
WHO'S WHO Magistrate and Coroner—M:\ W. ■ , Adams P.M. • (frpm Dubbo) visit* Gulargambone 'Tuesday following the second Monday in the'month. J's. P.—Messrs. A. "G. Sowden, F. Hawkins, R. S. Mitchell, W. Mc Ewcn. A'. R. Byrne, J. B. Peacock, R. :C. Byrne, W. M. E. Skuthovpo, R N. McGill, A. Skinner, J. TCourna J. A. Litchfield, N.. J. Taylor, A. W. Bolger. Permit Inspectors—Coonamble P.P. ' Board:.:W. McEwen, A'. R. Byrne. " J. B. Peacock; Coonabarabran P. P'. Board:-R.-N. McG'U. Station Master—A. D. Connell. Police—Sergt. Rossi tor and conatabla Poundkeeper—J. Skinner Schools—Headmaster Public School, D. E. McCallum; Aborigine Mis : sion. School, Mrs. A. Mercer. Banks—G.S. Bank (Sefgt. «Ro.S3itor, agent), Commercial, Bank . N.S.W. Commonwealth Savings Bank'(post office). : . Jockey Club—President Mr. N. D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. \V. Bolg er, Bourbah A.T.C. secretary Mr. E. A. Munro. M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly secretary. Progress Association—J. Donnelly secretary. : . . ' P. and A. As...
THE LATE RACHAEL JANE INGLIS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 10 April 1930
THE LATE RACHAEL JANE INGLIS With the passing away of the above lady at Coonamble on Thurs day last, 3rd April, the district has lost another of its grand old pioneers. Born at Binnaway, on the Castle reagh, on 3rd December,-1845, Mrs. Inglis was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Neil Kennedy, and was a sister of Messrs. William, Samuel, and Matthew Kennedy. She had two „ sisters (Mrs. Alex Ferguson, sen. and Mrs. Mason). Leaving Binna way at an early age, the Kennedy family settled at Tenandra, under the Warrumbungles, which station, they owned for some considerable time, in conjunction with Parmidman and other places. Mrs Inglis was a noted horsewoman in her younger days and &nbsp; took part in many daring exploits with her brothers and many other &nbsp; great horsemen, such as Messrs John Knight, Alex Gleeson, John Skinner, Tom Foran, Joe McGuire, "Sandy" Balderson, and many others, many of whom have already passed to the next world. At about the ago of 20 years...
R. C. Ball [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
R C. Ball Arrangements are gradually being finalised for the Holding of this func tion on Wednesday evening^, il4th May an&lt;! ;t will be followed by $ juvenile ball and euchre party on: the following night. The committee are very anxious to eclipse last year's: nett proceeds and are leaving no I stone unturned to realise this object. The proceeds are in aid of the con- ! vent building funds. Spend Your Easier Holi days at the Gilgandra Hos pital Sports on Easter Moil day.
EASTER HOLIDAYS The following holidays will be observed in Gulargambone for the Easter period:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
EASTER HOLIDAYS The following holidays will be ob served in Gularganibone for the Eas ter period:— V- v . Stores: Closed all-day, Friday and Monday, open' as usual-.on Saturday. Post office: Friday, closed all day, no mail inward or outward treated. ! Saturday, operi from 9 a.m. till 11" [a.m. -No money order or savings bank business will be touched. All mails, .close'at!-li a.m. :Inward mail will be sorted and available up •o- half, an hour after sorting lias b?ch completed. Monday, open from 9 f.. m. till 10'a.m." All mails-close at:10.a.ni. No money order or sav ings bank business will bo conducted.. Inwards mail will bo soi'tcd and avail nblo-up till half an hour after sorting.
FOOTBALL Gilgandra Rovers Defeat "Royal Blues" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
FOOTBALL Gilgandra .Rovers Defeat "Royal Blues" The football season opened on Sunr c'ay last, when the junior team known better as the "lloyal. Blue«: —were at heme to Gilgandra.-Itov • eis. The if.aio is open only to pley era under the age of 21, with a .1.0 stone limit and a 9 stone 7 lb. av erage. The home team were, beaten in last Sunday's contest, by a better combination to the tune of 8 to nil. However,■ when the team has had more practice, it should give a better account of itself, and provide some good material .for the senior team to di'aw from in future years. Gilgandra kicked off, and kept the Gulargambone- team on the defensive for some time." . Woods . and Payne led sorties-on.the homo team's, citadel. and twice J. Sutton was called upon to turn the invaders back. Gilgan fira kept up an incessive .attack on the home team's line" and it was only the solid play of H. Lewis that ^pre vented a scofe on two'.. occas ons Brien and-Bills were in the vanguard of a Gular attack,...
EAT MORE BROWN BREAD (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
EAT MORE BROWN BREAD (To The Editor) ' Dear Sir,—Ever s'nce I was a child the Doctors have becn advocating tho eating of brown bread, for health, strong tdbth etc., and ever since -I wus a child I have enjoyed eating it, '(when I can get it). Can anyone 'tell me why the way is so hard, to difficult?- Many bakers do not bake rbrown br"ead; some only add a 1 itflo I bran and colouring. The double white loaf weighs a good 41bs—but j'tho double bi-own loaf at same price i only' weighs three pounds. The whegfcmeal ought not be dearor than i flour,; not going through so many Pro cesses. If we wish'to make brown i bvead.at home, the stores do not stock wheatmeal;: (because the weevils ap preciate it, knowing what is. good). I am told the mill will not supply it unless one is there just at the-tim'e the wheatmeal stage has been reach ed. It takes too long to grind wheat! enough for bread by the homo hand mill, although many grind enough for porridge or scones. How are we to get brown bread ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
PERSONAL Aftsr a holiday spoilt with her parents, Miss Dulcic Skinner'has re turned to Glen Innesj. : , , Miss G. Scott,-who has-been spend i ing a short holiday in Gulargambone has* returned to Inverell. Mr. A. J. Prazer,.Scnr., has re turned- to Gulargambone after a stay in Coonamblo. Duing lys. stay in Coonanible Mr. Frazer was4 under nic dieal'treatment. , A passenger by las'; Friday's train lo Oranga was Mr. II. W. Stitt of that town who had been spending a short stay on his, Gulargambone pro perty, "The Myalls." Mrs. C. Crocker of Gular Rail way has returned after a short trip to Sydney, the objcct of which was medical treatment for-baby son Bede. After a short business trip to the Mudgec district, Messrs. II. J. Le wis and A. W. Armstrong have re turned to Gulargambone. Mr. C. Cr'aigie and T. Blacknian accompani ed them. • ' After a few weeks spent in Gular gambone, where he has business in terests, Mr. E. D. Aboud has re turned to Sydney.. The excursion train to Sydney was v...
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH; OF CHRIST ; Easter . Sunday ^Services:—Balla doran?3 p.m. Gilgandra 3 p.m. and 7.30 p. nv.!' A: 11. Lloyd, Evange list. • ■ -■ GULARGAMBONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Easter Services. Good Friday; Gu lar 11 a.m. Coonamblc 8 p.m.; Sun day. 20ih April, 'Gular 11 a. m; Yar randale 3: p.ni;.;* Coonamblc - '(1.30 Preacher. IC. W. Burton. 1 PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES Eumungerie 1.1 a.m.; Kickabil.3 p. m; Gilgandra 7.30 p. m.; Memori al Service, to the late. Mrs, Wheaton of Eumungerii Soloist,. Miss Turner. Holy Communion will be celebrated at the close of the service.. Minister: Rev. T. Eurfyle Jones. . C. A. Murphy's for Now and Second Hand Furniture,
CRICKET Merri Merri v. Tooloon [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
CRICKET Merri Merri v. Tooloori The Merri Merri team were at home to Tooloon on . Sunday las#, when they sustained defeat by 7 wickets and 14 runs. The following arc the scores :•— Tooloon 3 wickets foi' 129 (B. Landers 19, Harris 4, P. Favrell Gl, .Heinhard 32 not out,_ Byes 13. Bowl ing: Kawlings 1/29, M Donohue 2/49 S, Donohue 0/15, Kilby 0/9, W. Peacock 0/19.) Merri Merri 114.(A. Donohue 2. J. Donohuo 9", Rowlings 18, M. Dono-. hue 2G not out, W. Peacock 21, Batfl er 5, Lloyd 10, S. Donohue 1, Mill 18, Iiilby 0, K. Donohue 0. Byes, 4. Bowling: B. Landers 2/24, W. Landers 0/12, . Farrell 1/14, Harris G/25, Keinhard 1/30).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
Gilgaadra toer Works Advanx %^atest Methods MURPHY'S BUILDT^^TWARREN ROAD All Classes of Tyres and "f&fe^s^Repaired - RETREADING A SPECIALITY . ' . SATISFACTION; GUARANTEED ALL RETREADS 3000 MILES GUARANTEE v GILGANDRA FIRST ANNUAL HOSPITAL, Sports Carnival i ASTER MONDAY' 21 st 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 FO.UR 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; 1/- CHILDREN THE DUBBO BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE PROCESSION STARTS 10 a.m. FROM SHIRE OFFICE First Event 11.30 a.m- Hot and Cold Water Provided Acceleration test for Cars and Ladles Slow Race will be by elimination. Cars admitted free to g...
"Anzac Day Arrangements" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
"Anzac Day Arrangements" On Wednesday evening lost, a pub lic meeting whs" licid in Gulargam bone lo make the necessary arrange ments for the conducting of a service on A11 x.an Day',-Friday, 25th April. It v/a=5 decided to conduct a service at the Memorial at 11 a.m . oh Arizac Day and this will be in charge of Messrs. K. ~\V-■ Burton and Stine-. liauser. Mr. S. R. Skuthorpe will preside. As this day is proclaimed a public holiday it is to be hoped that a large number will be present at lhc ceremony, to help* do honour to the j once—more especially from this dis trict—who lost their lives on that ' never to lie forgotten day.
NOTICE TO DISMISS ENGINEER Cr. Fallon Out For Economy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
NOTICE TO DISMISS ENGINEER Cr. Fallon Out For Economy "With (file state of conditions 1 consider that this Council should endeavour to do without its en gineer and I would move we communicate with an adjoining shire and get the two councils to carry on wit/!i the one engineer." —Cr. P. Fallon at the last Gil- i gandra Sjliire Council nieeting. The President (Cr. Townscnd) said this would not save the Coun cil any money as under the engineers award Cr. Fallon's scheme would on, ly be beneficial where the revenue of the Council was much lower than at present. Cr. Fallon said they would not col lect £5000 this year, but the; Presid ent pointed out that - the, employees' salaries were not fixed on the 'am ounts-collected, but upon the rev enue, and'the matter was dropped. Girls' Pullovers 4/6, 4/9, 4/11, Ladies' Silk'and Wool Cardigains " 18/6, at C. A. Murphy's.
GULARGAMBONE'S NEED Chamber of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
! GULARGAMBONE'S NEED I Chamber of Commerce .Of lale years, Ilia progress of G&lt;il argambone has surprised a largo num ber of people who have absented thorn selves lor some years! and later' have come back to renew acquaintances.;: Admittedly, the district is experience ing the same hard times that is assof ciated wi.h Australia at the present time, but ^ favoured with a run" of good seasons the town and surround^, | ing- district should ag;ain boon. The aftermath of several successive years -of drought is. bound to make itself felt l'or a while. Even during .that time, many .fine business buildings ! have been built in the town and which | would do credit to towns much larger, i than Gulargambone.- The Hotel . Gulargambone, Gin.y's Garage, The I. X. L. Stores, The Central Stores, .The Railway Stores, are but a few j examples, With -the building of j these premises the need must ■ ai sooner or later for .a council or cham ber of some sort, and—as it is bound ito—if the nee...
GOLF LADDER COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
GOLF LADDER COMPETITION Keen interest'' holds -in the local competitions. Yesterday several mcmbei'3 tried to improve their po sitions, but only one was successful F. Munro had a comfortable win over T. Connelly and moves one notch nearer the top'. The others to hold their ('positions ag-ainst 'jthieir cih&l lengei-swere: S. Hitcher defeated B. Mudie; Horsely defeated L. D.'Serisi ed;-E. T.ownsend defeated A. Town-: 'send and J. Woods^defeated A. S. Carroll ] • > On Sunday next a 18 hole stroke handicap will be played on the local links, play commencing 'at 9 .45 a.m. If posiblc- this will be played in two grades. Handicaps 7 to 18 -and 19' to limit. • ' . In a 9 hole knock around the links yes.erday Mr. R. Byrnes shattered" T6mmy Howard's record of 33-by one stroke. This player, is just striking from and will be heard to advan tage ere long. C. A. Murphy's The Big Gen eral S/ore, Warren Road, Gil gandra, for better values."
GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Busy Programme Ahead [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Busy Programme Ahead "At the usual weekly committee meeting.of the Gilgandra Foot ball Club, lield in the Memorial ■ ■■'Institute on Monday night last, Secretary NQel'Pi't reported that details were being arranged for the Gilgandra team to v:sit War ijen >n| jAF^il ;?-5, and (return matches on the local ground on Sunday, 27th inet., by Mpn dooran and May 4lf.i, by War- j ren. The President (Mr| II. Campbell) presided, there being also present: Messrs. J. Morley, J. Hearn./T-! Myers, J. Morris, E. S. Lewis, A; , I-Iobbs, E. Mudie and the secretary N. Pitt. V j It was reported that no reply. ,»d been received from the trustees in ( connection with the resolution passed at last meeting asking them to re consider their decision in: regard to the recreation ground. ( ^ A letter was received from Mr. O' Neill, Gunnedah, stating, that if the; club found him a position he- would play for the team. He intimated that last season he played for W&lt;« ren, but...
GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
GILGANDRA RAINFALL ,oooApPAnded is a tablef lowing the monthly rainfall at Giigandra since 1888;At * our 'request the figures were supplied by the Government Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. • ■ ■ GILGANDRA.—Lat., 31 deg. 42 min. ; Long., 148 deg. 41 min Year I Jan ] Feb I Mch | Apl | My | Jun] Jly | Aug | Sep ) Oct 1 Nov l~D^rnv:r 1883 — — — — 145 48 19 154 1 37 1884 30 50 65 302 72 260 235 72 91 1885 318 121 100 119 48 274 31 20 95 1886 128 21 .5 701 364 176 337 568 64 1887' 427 439 435 171 44 248 251 609 53 1888 49 379 40 0 163 74 34 168 1889 120 108 307 483 546 361 90 236 110 1890 366 738 516 499 376 459 225 125 373 1891 767 140 355 285 163 364 354 332 321 1892 225 70 55 118 363 148 167 92 347 1893 279 108 384 267 556 284 255 250 121 1894 221 269 840 560 80 265 128 161 170 1895 506 56 11 43 125 123 45 78 178 1896 69 699 123 130 368 173 15S 127 42 1897 290 65 91 0 136 273 404 155 30J 1898 682 359 0 0 120 317 40 250 75 1899 194 143 86 229 14 216 415 234 2 9-1 1900 228 49 ...
INTER-TOWN FOOTBALL COMPETITION Seven Teams Competing Commences Sunday, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
INTER-TOWN FOOTBALL COMPETITION Seyen Teams 'Competing Gommences Sunday, May 4. Keen enthusiasm was the key note of the meeting held in Dub ba last night of delegates from all leagues affiliated with Group 15, whei^' all arrangements Ijin connection With :ihe proposed intertown competition were fin alised, in which seven teams will compete to determine who will be champion's of il|!ie 'j West. : Delegates were present from Dub bo, Wellington, Warren, Gilgandra, Narromine, Nyngan, and although Yeoval delegates were not in atten dance the club was represented. Messrs E. S." Lewis and J. Morley represented Gilgandra. it was decided to form a Referees' Board at-Dubbo, under the • leadei sb'ip of Rev. Leavers; and any league wishing to riomin'ate - men for. the referees' certificate, can' obtain, same by passing the examination in Dubbo. The elimination contest to select the Far Western team for Country Week will be played in Dubbo on Sunday, May 15, between Group 15 and 11. A selector f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930
,4. m U/ i&lt;\w/oi7/oy/V.. ii-l ;££385fflSm 4UST AMHIVED g.oi^WMaT^gss^g^^mTg^y^^-iy*; ^-.-f ^ ? ry .?■• ^ •r'? rr ^ W^- - m ^ * *waMW«WMflgi!«BEa^^ ?- 11 imall . aEM»s^arM ass 'S :i::r ii::;. ;:n;r:: :n THESE ARE HIGH-CLASS QUALITY BLANKETS AND GUARANTEED. FREE FROM ANY FILL ING, ALL THE FAMOUS "SUSSEX" BRAND. WHITE BLANKETS 8 x 4, 73 s 54 inch . . 30/- Pr. . $ x 4, 81 x 6® inch' /. . -40/- Pr. 1® x 4, SO x 72 insh 50/- Pr. 11x4, §§ x 81 inch 60/- Pr. ALL BLANKETS GUARANTEED FOR WARMTH AND GOOD WEAR NOT®—All Single and Three-quarter Bed Blankets af« mado considerably longer, but are selling aft 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, 9S x 81 inch . . 55/- Pr. Our 10 x 4 t is ike average Size sold for Double' EEEElElllEiMEilH 70C0 starts in a jiffy. It burns to the last * particle. It does not knock. It is packed with power . .Voco does more work per g...