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Let There Be Light! Council Proposes Curtailing Service STRONG OPPOSITION EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

: Let There Be Light! ' Council Proposes Curtailing Service STRONG' OPPOSITION' EXPECTED At the last meeting of the Gilgandra Shire Coun cil the matter of discontinuing the electric light ser vicevbetweenvthe; hours :oi < 12.30 -a.m. and 6 a.m. was considered, when a motion was carried au -:thorisihg:~theyighting committee. (Crs. Townsend, Hitchen and O'Neill) to report on the matter to next meeting. ' The matter was brought'up after th'erreport'of.'the.Electrical, Engineer, (Mr. -F .Brooks) had been read. He reported:— "The total current consumed and registered through consumers meters niGli this' is made -up; of, light 2809, power 2352. The total units gener ated at the power house on its met 01 b is 9558, this shows a difference of 4392 units not registered by' con sumers' meters and is made up -from calculationst of street Jight, wat^agss. motors'and power'house lights. Street lights ..consumed. 2418; units Power, house water-pump 720, .Power house engineers residence...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BIDDON NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

BiDDON NEWS (From our Correspondent) : Some ;little time' back I mentioned the illness of Mr: E. Bourke; of Bid <!on, I am'sorry to have to' report that Mr. Bourke;is not improving as was hoped and is causing his family some anxiety. Xast Saturday, the 12 inst, Mr. Bourko was taken to Sydney by | train. Mrs; Bourke, daughter Dor I en, and son Dick accompanied him lo 1 Sydney, where special advice and troallucnt is to be sought there and I I trust when .wo next hear from Mr. Bourko that there will be an improve ment in his health and condition. The .weather-"of .late has been very pleasant and the nights are' getting quite chilly. A little rain fell: last week, some 30 points being registered Ploughing .md seeding operations are being pushed on vigorously, and . one man.has sown 500 acres already. This man. is well ahead with his work .and I must have been listening to the wire less messages from-Parliament House to grow more wheat.: Of course all :he farmers about here ar...

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A Talented Elocutionist [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

A Talented Elocutionist . 1 The many friends of Mr.' and J Mrs. E. R. West, former residents 1 of Gilgandra, will learn with pleasure ! of the progress of their1 daughter, Kitty, who at the age of 14 years has distinguished herself as an elocu tionist. In the recent Lismore eistedd f ord her work was favourably com mented upon by the judge, which" is very encouraging to the young'lady, considering that she has only been receiving tuition for the past s'x .months ♦ * # * Easter Weather Asked whether ho could give any indication as 'to the likely state of the. weather during Easter week, the 'Act-, ing State Meteoroglisfc (Mr. II. G. Camm) replied: "During the past 50 years only on four occasions has an Easter gone through without there being any rain at all. So,the chances are 1000 to one on that some falls will be received." It would appear that tipping the weather for Rand wick is abou't as uncertain as tipping the winners. - « * * * I am prepared to supply Farm ers with goods unde...

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DUBBO DEFEAT EUMUNGERIE In Mumford Cup Contest [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

DUBBO DEFEAT EUMUNGERIE In .Mumford Cup Contest i A team selected 'from players--, in the Eiimungcrie Cricket Association visi'.ed Dubbo- on Saturday last,-and in a match on the Oval, for the Muin ford cup, ware defeated by the nar row margin o£ 41 runs, the visitors scoring 111- and;Dubbo 152. Eumun 1 gerie had first 'use.,of the wicket, and their small score-seemed, certain to be well bea:en by the local side, but at one time with five out for 54, the result was left in doubt, v Thanks to a determined and stubborn! stand by Mclntyro; who .played a groa-innings for 75 not out, the total was passed. A. 0. McCutcheon and Ilughie Wil liams opened for the ..visitors, .and •nflter the former, had scored ia single, ••Huffhio -was clean, bowled the first ball received, from. Cornish. . Being- pi.ch we!l on the oil", the. ball'broke in and sh:i tered- the ..stumps. Foster followed and with McCutchcon added 1G for the second wicket, the latter being bowled by Strahorn. Only six were added w...

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Repairs Necessary [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

Repairs Necessary The contractor for the re-sheeting of Warren Road is making good pro gress with the work and before long an excellent surface will result. It seems a pity {hat our main streets | ihould suffer so much in comparison with this new section, for in places they are in a disgraceful state and urgently in need of attention. « » « • Highest Ca«h Price for Rabbit Skins, Sheep Skins, Wool, Hair, ete., C. A. Murphy. Shire Requests At every meeting of tht Gilgandra Shire Council of late the Councillors ale beseiged with requests, for the j amount owing for rates to be cut out | in work near the ratepayers property, ' and for the work to be performed by j the ratepayer. The requests are naturally, turned down, for should f the Coune'l set a precedent they would finish in no end of trouble. The hearts of the Councillors were raised in false alarm when a letter ■was read at Friday's meeting, stating that the writer would pay his rates, but the latter part of the letter had a stri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

WHO'S WHO Magistrate and: .Coroner—Mr. W;. Adams P.M. (from Dubbo) visits .:••• -Gulargambone Tuesday •following ■ the, second • Monday in the month.-: J's. P.—Messrs. A. Gr'Sowden, F. Hawkins, R. S. Mitchell, W.'Mc Ewenl A: R; Byrne, J. B. Peacock,; R. C.' Byrne, W. M. E; Skuthorpe, R N. McGi'l, A. Skinner, J. Hourne;: J. A. 1 Litchfield, N.-J. Taylor, A. \V. Bolger. >. V, Permit Inspectors—Coonamble, P;P.' • Boai'd: W.- McEwen,- A. R. Byrncf - J. B. Peacock; Coonabarabran P.& P. Board: R. N. McG 11. „ : Station Master—A. D. Connell. Ptvlice—Sergt. Rossi'. or and constable Pnnndkee'per—J. Skinner. Schools—Headmaster Public-School, r.>. -E. iMcGal'um; - Aborigine -Misr. sion School,'Mrs. A.". Mercer.'■ ,■■■' Banks-^-G.S.' Bankt (Sergt. • Rojsitor, . agent),-Commercial, Bank N;S.W. Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office). ■ Jockey Club—President -Mr. N. D. ■ Jones, -secretary Mr. A. W.' Bolg ■ er, Bourbah A.T.C.. secretary Mr.j E. A. Munro. 1 ■ ; - M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donne...

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JOURNALSTS IN THE CITY An Indictment Features and Morals [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

JOURNALSTS IN THE CITY An Indictment Features and Morals In, the following articles, E. C. Somiiierland makes a striking indict ment of the metropolitan Press, in cluding all journals in his condemna tion, with one except. Every Methodist in New South Wales-r-^and'particularly in Sydney— must have been impressed, he says, by the contemptuous attitude adopted to wards the recent conference by the metropolitan press—wih, one notable exception. That exception is, of course, the, "Sydney Morning Herald" which gave day by day a full and ac curate summary not only of the busi ness of the conference, but of the pub lie demonstrations as well. This is in keeping with the customary practice of our. one.representative newspaper, whose wholesome outlook on life finds expression in a due proportion of space accorded to church and human itarian interests and in a generous treatment of all religious topics. For these things the men and women who arc concerned with the standard of public and priva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

: MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? Advertising Gets -the Trade. The Progressive Trader is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and read for its quality—you L uj? the confidence of its readers in your product. .. ADVERTISING COVERAGE GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY-"—-publish ed every Thursday afternoon'. 1!ha Gilgandra "Castlereagh" and Men- - dooran "News" are issued wiUj . "The Weekly," so that advertisers will reach readers of thrci: papers with one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and Genera! Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. . Agent for Royal Insurance Go. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneer*, Land and Stock Sales* nicn, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRAC.KNA, BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Copper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd, Loans negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold secura'y at Lowest Rates of Interest. Printed and Published by H. E. 0. .CAMPBELL, sole proprietor, at his printing works, Miller Street, Gilgan dra, New South Waes. A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern. Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings. GILGANDRA SAWMILLS R. J. NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN . ANY QUANTITY . LARGE STOCKS ©F JOINERY & MOULDING ALWAYS ON HAND AGENT'S FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paint* and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT the gift problem solved. SEND P...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS (By Mother-in-Law) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

HOUSEHOLD HINTS (By Motheivin-Law) A damp cloth dipped in common salt will remove inkstains from a kit chen table. ■" . | - To prevent lamps smoking soak the wick in strong vinegar and dry it be fore using. The flame will then burn clear and-bright. Lemon juice squeezed bn 'to rice when the latter-is being boiled, will whiten it and separate it. When boiling a ham leave it in the water in Which it has been^boiled un til it is quite cold. This will make-it juicy and tender. A lump of soda dissolved in the water when rinsing clothes will pre vent any blue stairi remaining oil tha tfarments. • - To stone raisins quickly, smear the fingertips with margarine. Small pieces of kid or washleather. sewn underneath big buttons prevent them from being torn out and holes being made in the garment. A little cornflour added to table salt will prevent it becoming, lumpy. The best way to clean beaten' cop per or brass ornaments is to wash them, let them dry and then rub with cleaning material. In t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

tO> *fc' Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 frcm Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich grazing and wlisai district. Population700, district 2000. Average rainfall 23^- inches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

Consult Jokn Pay ten M.P.S. : at GULARGAMBONE Phone. 107 Don't Go Off The Deep End A violent headache need not disturb' your equipoise. The pains will vanish in a twinkling, and you will be youfself again, by taking ; PAYTEN'S ANODYNE POWDERS 11' & 2/- packct . Jokn Payten M.P.S. The Chemist ot GUl.AUGAMPONE Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended tf arid delivered. Supplied" to. any length at shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. , ; Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. J.W.HAWKINS, . Munncll St., Gulorgambono. P.O. Dox 30. - Phone 110. JUST ARRIVED. GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality^ finest. Full stock re ords, pianola rolls, H.M.V. Portable and other models. Golfing Material on hand. Famons Kro-Flite Golf; Bails. Hairdressiiijj Saloo:>. Billiards. LES: i ELLICOTT . BOURBAH STREET, GULARGAMBONE DENTIST Mr. J. Briffa, Gilgandra Will visit Gulargambonp, e vcr$ Wednesday afternoon, and may b» consulted nt Warnock's Hotel, Gu!s'. gnmbone, from 2 p.m. ...

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Repairs to Bourbah Street. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

I Repaifs to Bourbalx .Street, What will prove a decided improve ment to the main s:vect is the work being at present carried out. For the pa'st few days workmen have been engaged digging up the sur face. of the footpath from -Aboud's Stores to the laneway leading .int<, the rear of the Castlereagh Butchery . The work of cementing this; portion of the footpath will then be proceed ed witlv -'The• -improvements;now be ing carried out will be.;greatlv: appre ciated in wet weather besides ad vancing to ,'ihe general appearance of Bourbah, Street. •

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LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr. Toogood Wods [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

LOCAL AW GENERAL Mi*. Teotfoed Weds . M». Qeerge Toogeod, femerly <jf fke literary atatf of the Gilgandra "Weekly" and Coonamble "Times," an< *ew of "Wee W&a 4nd Collarene brl papers, was married at Nambri 6t Tiunday last ti Misa M. Collett, daujiter of n Tfo* Was graiier. » » * » Handsome Golf Sticks Whe* Mr. To*»y Howard, tke aeUf golfer, visited tWs district re aettty We ireught with hM a 25' ftjiae* let »f storfle plated, steel •kafted, goltf eluba, comprising- 10 Irem* and tkree woods, which were the Mvy oI every golfer whe saw tfien. Thin »et has been acquired ; VHr. E. <3. McDennel, of Gular- j tamboae, who is to be congratulated upoa kin acquisition. , jNfN iMl CHIPS >f tCALTON. CAW rf*RY WBONSADAY •«<! ; nmAY. | ► " • • Palinf#' at The Easter Show W. H. Palinj and Co., Ltd. hare, for year* past, prorided a speeial display of musical goods for the bene flt/of the thousand* of country- folk who flnd their way to Sydney at...

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Visit of Railway Area Commissioner [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

Visit of Railway Area Commissioner: On Thursday last, 10th inst. "The Western Area Commissioner for the N.S .W; Government Railways ■ (Mr; • P. Williams), accompanied by' the District Superintendent (Mr.;' Ushei':) and his secretary visited, Gular Rail way Station on an inspection. At the railway station they wore met by the Station Master (Mr. A. D-.' Connell) and introduced to a depu tation consisting 'of .Messrs- M. E :" Robson; F. G. Shepherd and Mr. C. J.:: Iiearney representing the Carri- ' ers and- Teamsters of Gulargambono and' all -who drew wool to the local railway! (station,. .-.-The; deputation brought, -under the Commissioner's notice the very bad facilities existing at the railway station for the loading , of wool and; urged ;for "the loading , d'uinp to'be raised at .least., two feet.j higher. .The commissioner leant a. ; dm pathetic" ear to be'existing, po sition, but regretted that owing to lack of funds, that it. would probably j be some time before the alteration....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

.., ■■■■ \ . ; ;Notace! L Townsend & Scln Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents . . Are Removing to More Commodious P remises in Building On the Opposite Side of Miller Street . &gmtal Mm tiimengSlf imvnt*» *si fa ftiifcr mUntf toy* amacracbt. 1feftatl u4 os«*m« **aoi rtwtm, Aa schflat sift1** tlirttfi «* sJgftt «aty. mer*8 0» apphca'tioj!?. , TbWRg&tito. tmr*M m>t at wklivb altfccngsi lufi 6m pn*i ««i #»d<i c*r£aU k »yn •vftm*. vhf c« f«t <(• w*t. tarloy'a, ia muicir fit****, «m **V&y ill iliwi of # #/» p«

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Railway Returns [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

Railway Returns We are indebted, to Mr'.. AD. ConnoH, Stafoioin Master ;at pulaiy for the' following information, show ing the various figures at the railway st;i:ion-for the month of March' anc's also the corresponding • month last voar. The decrease is ^accounted for bv the existing conditions as during March of last year, hand -feeding was in progress throughout the ■ district. During :last week, stock trains bound for Cohamble have passed-frequently through■. Gulav, and Mr. •. Connell stat .is the. traffic in that direction; for the week has bee'n the largest'for the- past four years. The following are the returns, for 1930,-29,. ,1930 being mentioned • first: Tickets issued 12G.17G;'coaching 142, 219; goods 179, 9G9; live stock 220, 462; miscel laneous 5, 19; Total. 540. . 1G69 General goods, inwards 47, 44; wool, wheat, haij. 85, 851; general goods outwards 13, 43; wool, wheat, hay, outwards 88, 75; total 233, 1013. bales, outwards -105, 18; trucks, 0, 52; trucks inwards 0, !;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

. ' WEDDING BELLS, ' . | Sanders—Bl?.ckstiaii i The Church of England was de corated with artistic effccl on Wed nesday owning, 9th, inst, fol t'L wedding celebrated there by l<cv.. Stinehauseiv .The bride was ■k'lec"' rourth eldest daughter of Mi. ami Mrs T Blackmail of. Iona. bul argambone and the Tn-idcgiooro was James,'second son of Mr. and Mi?. ■Sanders'- of Canbelego. ; . The bride made a charming pictuie as'she entered the churcl\ on the arm of her father. Her frock .was oi iVory taffeta, with a.ldw cut-V-.neck back and front and with a large bow Lii.lback, dhowing new high .waist 'line. It was studded with diamante, 1 with a long flowing skirt at back.. A coronet of orange blossoms held an embroidered tulle, veil in place. ■She carried a bouquet of pmk white. carnations and pink, and bin tulle streamers. . , . ' The bridesmaid,.Miss Crwcn Black man sister to the bride, was frocked in' Beige" moracain and georgette, with a summer felt hat, and shade > lone. She ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 17 April 1930

A CONVINCING TESTIMONY PITT. SON &, BADGERY LTD. ~ SOLD THROUGH FLEMINGTON FOR THE YEAli ENDING 1929 ' x , 51,565 CATTLE AND - '423,403 .SHEEP. . ' The Sheep Wonderfully Beneqt^j by the Secluded -Sheep Acr-.V^. , cornmodation. with its SHADY TREES AND .GLEAN .iDRINIC-■;; ING. WATER The Gat!e--Vastly : Refreshed by the- Capacious; S.W IMMIoG- - : - BATHy .together; with - the. Spacious Feeding, Watering and Shol- • t-ev SHEDS.- - ' . » V All vthase: Inestimable' Advantages rare available- by -consigning . your SilEEP, CATTLE, WOOL. and. PRODUCE to ' I-ITT, SON -AND BADGERY, LTD. - Pasiorai Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. M m bi* u. Startling Benefits to both Men and Women When Poisons Driven Out this Harmless Way Remarkable Relief in even Severe Cases of Dizziness, Tired "IVorn" Feeling, Backache, Rheumatism, Joint and Limb Pains, Bladder Weakness, Faulty Elimination, Colon Disorder, Blurred Sight, Headaches, etc. Your blood decides your health and strength, and will pr...

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