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OBITUARY Lester James Triplett [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

OBITUARY Lester James Triplett ! The death occurred at the Dubbo District Iforpital of Lester Jamets Triplelt; son. of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tripletf, of Cobbora Road on Tues day; at the age of 21 years. Deceased was • a native" of Victoria/ and has been ailing for some time. I-Ie had been a patient in the hospital, and his .condition was so satisfactory that 'lie-was'discharged. On Tuesday he developed serious symptoms'and 'was : ■ hurr'ed to the".institution, where he expired : a few hours after admission, lie is survived by two brothers,, one of whom resides at Mend ooran and the '."other in. Dubbo district. .The funeral took place on Thursday morn ing; when the remains ; were laid to rest in, the Methodist portion of the Dubbo cemetery. Rev. Chas. Yuill, ill the absence of a Methodist min ister, read the burial service, and Mr. E. Lees carried out the funeral' arrangements. The bereaved ^parents and family have the sympathy of ir large number of friends and acquain tances in their s...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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His Final Message [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

His Final Message I l-Sir Dudley de Cliair, in a final mes sage to the people of N.S.W. prior to relinquishing the State Governoi ship, said: "Although a depression is hanging over the heads of all.. I have confidence in the great State of N.S.W. and its people." The Gover nor and Lady de. Chair were accorded a fitting farewell when they left Syd ney". His car was preceded by a j moun'.cd' police guard' of fourteen j troopers, "while a. salute' of guns wis I given. The Governor's last public ast i was i.o place a wrea'th on the Ceno taph. ■ ■ . . • : ■

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GOONABARABRAN P.P. BOARD Meeting of Directors [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

GOONABARABRAN P.P. BOARD Meeting of Directors . The usual monthly meeting of Di rectors of the, Coonabarabran Pas tures Protection Board was held on Saturday week last. Present: Messrs GeoMIosking (chair), S. A...Black man; J. J. Rohr, N.-. J.' Greenhalgh,, Alfred Knight, -D. McGregor, and M. Jones (Directors); L.'• W. Bucknoll, (Stock'Inspector), 3V. F. Brown (Rabbit Inspector), 'and G. IB. McEwen (secretary).. The minutes of the previous meet ing rwere read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs.- Jones and Rohr. An apology for non-attendance on account of ill-hcalvh, was received from Director R. Jones. . •'".■The■■'.Secretary presented a wire netting- statement from 7th March to 11th, April, wjhicli, 'showed that £242/18/9 /had. :been received and remitted to the Lands "Department. The general account showed a debit, of £002/17/6. The Reserves Im provement Fund a- credit of £340/ 2/11. The-report was receive^ on the motion of Messrs Jones and Rohr; . A letter : was received from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

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MENDOORAN C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

MENDOQRAN) C W.A. The monthly meeting of the Men-, ooran Country Womens' Association as held in the Oddfellows hall on ■atui'Jay afternoon last, 12th inst. Those present: Mrs. G. Snodgrass I (in the chair), Mesdames Alex Trus | ett, Francis, John Monk, Giddings, | . Monk, Hartley, P. Monk, Hatton, Sollie, Broughton, Mason, Moore, O' prien, Weekes, Ls{ig, 'A. Truskett, I . Luckie, and Askew. | After the iifsual routine bu^insiss sad been moved and adopted, a vote if thanks was passed to Mesdames. Giddings and Hartley (on a motion | oved b'y Mrs. Alf. ^Truskett • and Seconded by Mrs. Fred Monk) for (their effort in fyfranging a euchre Sarty and dance, which was held on the 5th inst., in aid of the funds of' the branch, at the residence of Mrs. 0ii't]ey, the result being £6 which is cry gratifying. It was proposed by Mrs. J. Monk, Seconded by Mrs. 31. Lrtickfe,. that the balance sheet be .published.— Carried. Then followed the opening of tend ers lor the building of the local C. W. A. ...

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His Mistake [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

His Mistake v. A. pompous gentleman, driving a big- motor car, parked-his car along side. a baby car.' He threw away, his e'gar butt, and ic landed in the little _ar' bfcside. The driver of- the" small car was naturally indignant. "What do, you mean by throwing your rub-, b .s.h invniy .'car?" he demanded. ''I bp? your.pardon,"- retbi:ted the pom pous one. "I did not know it was,, a car—I had mistaken.it for an-ash -ny." i. . ■ . '

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Easter Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Easter- Holidays The Easter holidays passed off very iquitely in'our township, iind although the fact of the stores opening on Sat urday prevented a great number of intending holiday makers from ob taning leave, nevertheless, a great number of faces were missed. The sports and ball at Gilgandra and Coni bara and the races at Mavthaguy at tracted many residents of Gulargam bone, and all report having had a most enjoyable time at those centres. "Lucky chaps" were the words used towards a party of fishermen who made a trip to the Namoi River and secured good sport with line and gun.

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The Priest Scored [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

The Priest Scored A priest who occupies a high posi tion in Paris found himself placed at' a table between two ladies,, of whom one was wearing an outrage ously low-cut: dress, while the other . was more: discreetly though equally olegantly dressed. Monsignor turned i his ■■attention to - the latter, ijgnpring his other neighbour completely. When the dessert was handed round Mon-. signer took an apple, cut it in two, and very courteously offered it to the lady on Irs left. Graciously she. accepted the offering, but remarked: "How am I to understand this at-' tention on your part,, the first you. have deigned to ishow me. all the evening?" "Do you remember the story of the Creation?" asked the priest. '"Let me recall to your mind verse 45: "And when Eve had. eaten the apple she perceived that she was naked." 1 ' ! Miss Shirley Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Smith, of Nyn ■gan, died at Leichhardt last Sunday.

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Gulargamborie Court of Petty Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Gulargamborie Court of Petty Sessions ■ . A fine of £1 on each chavgo was imposed against: Robert Brunton on Saturday, last at the Gulargambone Court of Petty Sesions, on charges of being drunk and disorderly and using insulting language to Constable 1C-. W. Barton. The case was heard before Mr. F. S. Hawkins, J.P. Constable Barton gave evidence to' the effect that the accused was un der the influence of liquor on'last Friday evening, and was asking to be'allowed to play "pool" in the bil liard room'. He told Barton to go ■■home'," whereupon accused challenged him to arrest him. While on the way to the lock-up he used the language complained' of. At the same-court, a fine of £2, in default '7 days' imprisonment, was inu posed " against Percy Hammond, on a charge of'assault . The fine'was not paid. \

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Engagement The engagement is announced of Miss Harriet E. Robertson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.- G.' Robertson, of Woollahra, to Mr. Owen Blaekett, youngest son of Mr; and Mrs. E. A. Blaekett, of Coon unble.

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Gulargambone Trained. Horse Wins Mendooran Cup [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Gulargambone Trained. Horse Wins Meiidooran Cup The winner'of the Gulargainbone cup at the last'meeting of the Gular gainbone Jockey Club was also suc cessful 'in winning the Mendooran Cup at its last meeting. C'est Vdus is trained locally by popular trainer "Dump". Evans and we congratulate liinrvon his victory.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

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THE ROAD TO YARRANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

THE ROAD TO YARRANDALE (By "Domino") There's a red bush track a-winding Along the road to Yarrandale, Where the soldier settlers straggle y-' -home, - As the daylight's growing pale. They, are thirsty souls, these fanners, From the settlement on "the plain, ,' And the l'oad that leads to XXX, They have travelled again and again. At the boundary gates in former times, These citizens used to halt, And the gurgle that the birdies heard Was from the cheering essence of • malt. . :■ - The traveller passing along the route, Could always tell the tale. Of therrows and rows of bottles On the road to Yarrandale. Bui the one-time glory of this track Has now begun to wane, For Scotty's gone and- left us,. And--lie won't be here again. No more will' little bunnies Make a frightened dash for Home, As a" Ghev's erratic spotlight • O'er the" timbered track does roam. 0 . Yarrandale! fair Yarrandale! ■■::■ You'll' be- blessed: with: rural .calm For-the "-wild ride home .from a day in town, Wilhnbw ...

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PERSONAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

PERSONAL PARS Mi'. H. Norman, who has been absent1 from Gulargambone for some time following on a serious illness, arrived back last week. Mr. No.r ma,n, who is attached to the staff of the I.X.L. Stores looks much better than when last in town. Dr. Mitchell motored through to Sydney Ir.'l t /week, and pf^sejngers with, him were Mr. A. W. Bolger, J. Wilson, and E. A. Munro. Mr. II. Brien was a passenger by i Thursday's train to Melbourne, r .Mr. and Mrs. C. Raglus, of Cur i ban, spent a- few days in Gulargam-' bone over the week end. Masters ICen-McDonnell and Walt-1 er Goodger, now pupils of Dubbo High School, were home for the East er holidays. Other pupils of the Dubbo High •School 'who spent the Easter--vaca-' tion at:home w'ere Masters Ian Hunt- ; er," of "Eurega," and Ken Donohne, of.Merri Villa. I : Mr. Alf Frazeiy who is attached I to-the police force at Quirinda, spent a day in,Gulargambone last week. • M:ss Mary Frazer, of Coonamble, spent the Easter holidays at her home i...

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Milk of Human Kindness [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Milk of Human Kindness - When Bill SklflcVtt,'" olj Numulla, near Trundle, was told by a doctor •that he had to be operated on.for an internal " complaint, he was greatly worried ;' about- the sowing of his wheat crop, but neighbours decided-1 to put -it in for- him. Machinery was 1 taken .to the farm with s:xty. horses,' and in two days more than 400 acres were sown. Thanks to his neighbours. Bill ., left for hospital with a'light heart.

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Boring Plant [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Boring Plant Mr. C. Q. Garling was succcsstul in obtaining »t a depth of approxim ately 120 feet on Mr. G. Winter's property a plentiful.supply of water.

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Town Clerk Censured [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Town Cleric CIpTfuirfid - '•Young' Municipal Council reared,it self 'up -n its hind legs- last week, puffed out its civic chest, and deliver ed a homily to its Town Clerk," for absenting himself from a meeting. Verbal .brickbats werc>huried by a couple ; of aldermen at one another over the rmatter.- but when a motion was carried that-the clerk be repri manded,' that gentleman merely smil ed. . The Mayor said that he had ask ed the " TownvClerk 'for -an ^explana tion, and he told him that his physi cal disability had prevented him.from attending the .nieethigj. The clerk also sa;d that. his health ;had been undermined from worry and over work, and produced a doctor's certi ficate to the effect- that he was suff ering from insomnia and depression, and was -unfit to carry out his du ties. 'It- w,a "p a sort of a tea-cup storm, but it caused a deal of inter est in the town. 'On Saturday afternon, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Dubbo, was the scene-of a pretty/wedding,- the prin ci...

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P. and C. Society [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

P. and C. Society Schedules and Prize lists of the. Gulargambone Show and Sports Car-: nival to be held on Friday and Sat urday, 23rd and 24th May pro'x. are no wavailable and copies can. be had on aplicatioiT to the secretary. A most attractive programme has been arranged, and given fine weather the event should be a great success. A meeting will bo held on Saturday afternoon 26th inst. to make further arrangements and a large attendance is requested.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

D. A. MacLEAN - AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking,itfand General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. Agent for Royal Insurance Go. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneer*, 'Land and Stock Sale*" men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. ; ' Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRAGKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The . Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. Lea is negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates of Interest. Printed and Published by H. E..O. .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 ClasseB of Buildings GILGANDRA S A W Mi L I S R. J. NELSON • PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN ANY QUANTITY LARGE STOCKS OF JOINERY ■& MOULDING ALWAYS ON IIANW AGENT'S FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paint* and Products. BRANCH SAWMILL AT ALBERT THE GIFT PROBLEM SO...

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SPORTS Officials Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

SPORTS Officials Appointed; V1; A meeting: of tho. Sports Commit-, tee> was held last week to make fur ther arrangements for the holding of the .. Sports carnival on- : Wednesday, next, 30th' inst. and -the ."dance on that evening-. — The following - were' electedto "'manage the - different even s:— . • Endurance Tests:—Starter, Mr.- G. Herring;. Judge, Mr. B. L. Smith; Clerk of Scales, R. Pres. . Golf:—Messrs, M. Hitchen, N. • 0. Kingsley and E., G.' McDonnell. rAtheltic Eve°htsMessrs F. Haw kins, H. J. Lewis, J. A; Donnelly and II'. Heiler. Mqtor - Car"EventsMessrs.< E. R; Ginty, P .L'Wheaton.' and Jv I-Iensfcall. ■ Disputes Committee:—Messrs. F. Hawkins,- J. A^. Donnelly, II. -Press, and B. Smith. Mr. Warnock stated his willing ness to conduct the booth," and- off ered to. pay' all expenses incurred. This was agreed to. ~ . The prices for the. dance a; night wore .fixed at Gents 5/-; Ladies- 8/-, with double ticket 7/6. ' 'Hawkin's orchestra .will supply the music. ...

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