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Lorry Tips Over [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Lorry Tips Over Coming homo from the Combara spol'ts on Easter' Monday, Mr. J. McDonald had the misfortune to run into a gate on the road. Others on the lorry consisted of Messrs. L. Ellrcott, R. Bruce and K. W. Bar ton and a number of children. Luckily no one was seriously hurt, but the lorry sustained damage to some ex tent.

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

G89'()<SB>()^*^()<$G3>U<Kfi5>U<&ZZL»U<say< ANZAC DAY Th<j Gilgandra Shiro Council has decided, to hold the usual Civic De nionstral'iqn of Commcmoration and' Thanksgiving at the Gilgandra Mem orial LitoraryMns'itute at 11 a.m. on Anzac Day. \ Council extends an invitation to everyone, cspec!allyv Returned Men, to be present. J.\ SWORD, ": Shntf Clcrlt.. Council Chambers, Gilgandra\ A Gth Apri,l>,/1030. . \

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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R.C. Ball [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

R.C. Ball I" A meeting of those interested in I the holding of the R.C. Ball was held last week to make further arrange-, nients for the function. The main business was the deciding on of whose music to engage and the meet ing was unanimously in favour, of preference being given to local play ers. Hawkin's orchestra was there fore engaged, and this w.'ll undoub tedly find favour with the dancing fraternity. Everything points to the function . being an outstanding suc cess. The proceeds are in aid of the' Convent Building Fund.

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EUMUNGERIE NEWS YOUNGER SET DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

EUMUNGERIE NEWS .YOUNGER SET DANCE - 'The Younger Set arc holding a dance oti'May 2, -and Mr. Heaney's orchestra*has been engaged. Mr.-A. Jones has bcen booked as |1.C, ACCIDENTS Mrs. TV Leslie, while playing tenn's on. Sunday, .slipped and injured her wrist. It is feared that a "fracture has occurred. Little Eddie Cleaver 'accidentally fell into the fire, "and badly burned his left hand. . . . SCHOOL SPORTS ' • Arrangements are well in hand for the school sports, to be held on May 7 An energetic committee, is leaving no stone unturned to make the event the best yet held. Miss Sousa has the children well advanced in Maypole and other items. The Secretary (Mrs. A Leach) reports everything going along nicely'.. Great assistance is be ing given by the local schoolmaster (Mr.. Dawson). ' - VARIOUS NEWS PARS A, sawmill is to be opened-near the railway station at an early date. It is proposed to make boxes out of local timber. . Mr; A. Burruex has opened-a gar age in-Railway Street. This ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE ECONOMIC POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Y. F THE ECONOMIC \ POSITION . • This time of economic crisis'in the history of Aus.ralia -is niot one. for party.- lccrim'nations, but one cnlling forthe hor.cst co-operation- of every member of the communityBoth the Labour, Party, in the .Commonwealth ,sphere, und theNutionaland Country. ! Parties, in the State sphere; are en-1 deavonring : to cope with thci situa i ion; and it is realised that, any . cri tic sm directed nt their methods" must due regard to the difficulties to be surmounted. Australia is now paying and I titer 's?. Bill of about £40.000,000 a year >n its public debt. Mr..-Scullin in forms lis that there has been a de cline of approximately £<10,000;000 in the value of our exportable sur plus; that "Australian" stocks have dropped as much as £12 below the valurj of So'/h African «md New Zealand stocks and that a "£G0,000, 000 loan matures in December. _ On top of this conies the staggering in formation that, iduring the lrf.t. 7 years, the value of ou...

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

Poultry-Keepers—Get more EGGS this easy way! Karswood Poultry Spice contains ground insects, which arc the source of the: natural tonic that every fowl needs. In winter time insects are scarcc; that is why you should see your birds get them in karswood. One reaspoonful in the evening mash to every 20 birds is sufficient. From I Egg a Day to 8 Eggs a Day "Ihave much pleasure in informing you that I was only getting about i or 3 eggs a day from eight hens, but, since using Karswood Poultry Spice, I have been getting eight eggs per day and the chickens and ducks are growing wonderfully. I will recommend it to anyone." (Sgd.) MRS. MACDONALD, Euccrabendinni E., 33/10/29 Bowraville, N.S.W. KARSWOOD ■ POULTRY SPICE S Increases egg-production without forcing • 4.4.30 i. Blame Film for Cloudy Teeth You must remove it Daily Teeth seldom are naturally " off colour." Most often they're merely coated with a film that forms on teeth and absorbs dis colorations from food, smoking, etc. By clearing...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Western Record [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Western" Record •At the^.sale by auction of. the pub lican's booths for the Bathurst Show on Wednesday, Mr. P. T. Doyle, of the Royal Hotel, Sydney, gave £125 and £114 each for them, a total of £239, which stands as a record, hast year the same hotelkeeper purchased them/ for £215. . This will be the seventh year that Mr. Doyle has out b'd'comers, for the booths. The prjce this year is a record for the whole of the West, as far as Show booths are concerned. "v. . > The will of :the "late Mr. Thomas McGrath, •. who died recently in Coo namble, provides that the estate be equally- divided between ' the: Coon amble 'Hospital, . Si;; "Bi'igid's Con vent, R; C. Church, -Little .Sisters for the Poor,. Randwick, and the Deaf,' Dumb, and ' Blind Institution, Sydney. The total value of the es tate is not yet available.

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

■4VST ARRIVED Direct Blankets e*ej?!?*»b«9k^^ :^«: ;•: 5:: u~>af\:ss-T!;.-:;:: '.".:.:::: THESE ARE MIGM-CLASS QUALITY BLANKETS AND GUARANTEED FREE FROM ANY FILL- v, . . ' + , ING, ALL THE FAMOUS "SUSSEX" BRAND. ? WHITE BLANKETS * « V. 8 x 4, 78 x 54 inch :. ... 30/- Pr. * ~ ' 9 x 4, 81 x S3 inch 40/-«Pr. 10 x 4, 90 x. 72 inch . . . ... . . . . _ . . 50/- Pr. " - • 11 x 4, 99 x 81 inch . .*'. ... 60/-. Pr." ALL BLANKETS GUARANTEED FOR WARMTH ^ AND GOOD, WEAR v .NQTB—All Single, and Three-quarter Bed Blankets ; are Sow" made .considerably-longer,, but are'selling ; at the" lower prices. i COLORED BLANKETS -LIGHT AND DARK GREY 8 x 4, 78 x 54 inch 28/6 Pr, 9 x 4, 81 x 63 inch. ... 36A P*Y 10 x 4, 90 x 72 inch . . . 45/- Pr. 11 x 4, 99 x 81 inch . : \ 55/- Pr. Oar 10 x 4 Blanket is the average Size sold for Double Beds ' 4.IL ^ / SffT'Ji jO&S "1 TOCO starts in a jiffy. It burns to the last * particle. It does not knock. It is packed with power . .Voco does more work per gallo...

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GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Weekly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

GILGANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB Weekly Meeting Mr . E. S; -Lewis : occupied die chair at • the usual-weekly meeting of the Gilgandra. Football:Club; held in- the Memorial ^Institute/' on .Tues day/; night,-others present; ybeing: ( Messrs.■. M.- Morris, J:: Hearn, J-. I Moi-Jey, H . CoHisbri; ''Jv; Morris; E .. j Mud'ie and the secretary," N. Pitt." J After;- the minutes of-the previous meeting were-read and confirmed, the; secretary reporbd tha'tvno"" date: had, yet been fixed for the: delegate .meetr: (ing t'o- arrange /the detailsv for.-.the. j second grade competition. " * ' Mr. PA Troy,- Warren- -wrote in . connection . with last year's -inter •town competition,: and= stated that as -b.oitih> Warren ;and• Giliq'an'd,Ta.? ■vvterq entering, the Group 15 inter-town com [ petition this, year, he would- like -to know what-, the club intended to do. I-Ie suggested -that the secretary call; a-meeting of all clubs concerned and ■reach finality-in the matter; and also in< regard t...

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Dubbo Artists at Mendooran [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Dubbo Artists at Mendooran ' ";A party of Dubbo artists visited Mendooran and staged a splendid concert and dance before one of the biggest audienccs ever seen in the township'for a long time. The con cert was1 produced by Mr. Carl: Von Ritzau, who is to. be congratulated on the excellence of the production. The' proceeds wei-e in aid of Mrs. A.' R. Collins (Southern Queen, in the Dub bo Hospital Competition). As a re sult of the fine effort, the company; has been requested to stage another function at a future date, and Mrs. Collins has made arrangements to again visit the town on May 14."

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GROCERIES OF HIGH QUALITY Keenly Priced [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

GROCERIES OF HIGH QUALITY Keenly Priced A wonderful assortment of choice fresh Groceries include Arnotts and Joyces Biscuits in all wanted kinds. New Season Dried and Tinned Fruits, include pears, peaches,' pineapples, apricots etc., in : OK and Reghiie Brands, priced at 1/- per tin. Disco tinned peaches lOd. per tin. Special A splendid assortment of Barnes' English Preserves, comprise, pineap 'ple chunks, fruit salads, apples, Ging ers, olives, walnuts, sweet gherkins, also marmalades, bramble jelly and strawberries. Try Australian As paragus, Grown and Tinned at Bath urst. Price 1/5,'176, and 2/11 per tin. Tinned goods, a wonderful as sortment, best brands of crab, lobster \\1hite bait, |tjh.icken, baked beans, spaghetti, JFrenoh beans, peas, ox cheeks, tongues, camp pie and corned meats. Mortons T'nned Fish alt Special Prices:—Herrings and Tomato Sauce 7d and 10d per ti j. Fresh. Herrings, large 9d per tirj, Sardines 5d and Sd. per tin. Kippers 8d, and 1/-. Oyst ers 1/3 per tin. ...

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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS Hospital Benefits by £63 An Attendance of 1200 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS Hospital Benefits by £63 An Attendance of 1200 Despi.e counter attractions at near by towns and the fact that. ' many local residents wore away on holidays, the Sports in aid of fi'.ie Gilgandra District Hospital, held on tho race course on East " Cr Monday, were an unqualified' success, over 1200 people being 'in at-endance and all events were keenly contested. ' Promptly at 11 o'clock the pro cession, headed by the Dubbo Model Band, started off from the Council Chambers, and after turning into "VVomboin , Street wended its way 'down Myrtle Street, into Bridge and Miller Streets and thence over the bridge to the race course. Following tha band in the procession were mem bers of the Gilgandra Boy Scouts, 'as weir as the visiting scouts from Dubbo, Eumungerie, Narromine, and Coonamble, Girl Guides, School Chil dren, decorated cars, worst turn-outs, and nearly fifty cars and vehicles. Much amusement was caused by the worst turn-outs, and although Mr. J. Wrigley fa...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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On a Visit to Gilgandra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

-On a Visit to Gilgandra Mr. Jack Tuite, senior mechanic, formerly-' of Gilgandra Post Office, and now stationed in Sydney, is pay ing Gilgandra a visit, being 1 on an nual leave. "Jack" has jus; returned from Hobart, where he has been en gaged for' tho past 15 months on switchboard installation work. ■■ «.:■ ■ » a »..■■■ Holiday Arrangements The. following holiday arrangement will : be observed- at the Gilgandra j Post Office'to-morrow : (Anzac;-Day):. Office open 9 a.m. to 10 a.m .:..-No_. stiee; delivery. A counter delivery will be made for half an hour afcer the Sydney mail has been sorted; -all mails close 9 ^a . nr.- and letter boxes; cleared 9 a.mv o.'.. ■ ■ . * . * , Highest Cash Price for Rabbit Skins,-Sheep Skins, Wool, Hair; I etc., C. A. Murphy. .... ...... ■ ■* ■ * ;» . Mr. N. J. Taylor Says a recent issue of the "Sydney Morning Herald":—After having giv ! on the Show -the once over, Mr. N. J. Taylor, of the Tondeburine Pas toral j Company, near.' Gularga'mbone, has ret...

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A Scorless Draw [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

A Scortes* Dravr CHTftrndr* ffirl hoclcey player* | ▼Mted Collie oti Sunday last-and play j ed the 6penfn*;,match of the season •**{■96 tlia local combination. The 0aM» ir*i keenly contested and when fall fcme wu called neither side had liiwi. fhilf f*W defence werk pre I)|«»aJta fcM«f yaflflUnd, as .(&& Met *Wfce«l their ■jfjmm* M MeriiiC Vfm flSrtWWIi # «•«*«»■ _ _

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

Transferred llr". Jon»s, ■who has been in ' 6fc*rjr« of the Eumanjrerie railway for two year*, has l'eceired , aotles of transfer to another centre, j Th« S.M alway* found time, apart from W« official duties, to help any j tow* moTftBient along. Especially in i •oral and sporting circles was he an | asset. He will be greatly, missed, and | « lar*a clreTe of friends will waft . good wishes t« kiai in kis new *p- j

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

Tsnnia Dance A datie* ia aid of the funds of the ftilgaadr*. Tennis Club will be held im tk« Australian Hall ox Tuesday n*xfc, Afrrll 29. A geoj tims j i( isrtired all -who attend. The prie »s »f admission will be 5/- for gents a*3.8/- for ladies, and Heanay's mu i!e Vai Wen engaged. C. A. Mtwjky'* for Now and I»»»«d Hiad Fnrnitnr®.

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THIRD LOCAL MOVIE BALL Poor Local Support Accorded [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

THIRD LOCAL MOVIE BALL Poor Local Support .Accorded Hadit not been. for the large num bel's . of visitors .from the - nearby towns, G lgandra's Third'-. Greater Movie Ball, hold in the Australian Ilall on; Monday night;, would" have been poorly attended, for fully ■ 75 per cent, of those present- were vis itors, some coming from- as far' as .Nyngan,Trangie*' Warren; Dubbo Coonamble, while Gulargambonc, was well1 represented.:: Over .90 - couples were in a-tendance", and . danced - till nearly 3 a. m'. to the delightful music supplied by Hdaney's; full .orclwstra" on a- floor that wa3 voted, by all to be first class.- The' decorations .were similar in.design;to those of last year but owing to the shortage of time ;.t the hands of the organisers, were not: quits elaborates. Movie - - advertisc ■nients. revolving wheels-and", stars, muli-colored- electric- lights, balloons and streamers gave the h.all a gayiand animated appearance, ;and.;this-.with the many beautiful frocks -worn, by ....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Death from Diotheria [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Death from Diotheria The death occurred at the Gilgan dra District llosp'tal this morning of John Iteid, aged 4 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heicl, of Gulargamlnne, death resulting from diptheria. - $ rH • Coonamble Golf Opening Local golf members- arc reminded that the official opening of the Coon amble Golf Club takes place on Sim day next, when it is anticipated that several members will be present. »' * * » Golf Stroke Handicap On Sunday last on the 'ocal links a 18 hole handicap v.'as plowed off, the winner being 'Mr. .!•!.. Tibbits with a 74, less a handicap of 12,. making a nett 62. Messrs.I-Iorsloy,. M. Costigan and X&olw , tied , (for second place, and in the draw;Out of the. hat, Mr.: Horsley was :declared the winner of second prize. In the B grade division : Mr. : Habgood, came first ;with 78, less a handicap of . 20, making a nett 58; . Mr. Serisier came second witlva ,79, less 20, total 59. On Sunday" next, the 2.7th :nst. a 18 hole, stroke ■ competition will be p...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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All-Heights Racing [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

All-Heights Racin Judging by the numerous entries in the horse events at the Hospital Sports on Easter Monday the new (racing club, the Gilgandra Pony'and All-Heights,-anticipate a large nomin ation for their openeing meeting on Wednesday,.May 14; when.a program me of eight events with £30 prize money has bebn arranged. In ,all events the fields were large and the races well contested and with the addition of numerous outside horse*, a good day's racing should be the result. * * * » C. A. Murphy's Tha Big Gen eral S/ore, Warren Road, Gil Sandra, for better values. « v « » Dubbo Coursing , Two Gilgandra dogs, Mr J. Hearn's fortune's Miss and Mr. R G Scholz'-s [Pusa, were engaged at the Dubbo ■ coursing meeting on Monday, but' both suffered defeat. Pusa was.beat en by that well known Mudgee dog Body's Comedy in the final of the Class Stakes. ,6 to 4 was obtainable about '.the (Gilgjindira dog, while Body's Comedy was a red hot fav j orite at fours v on.. • Fortune's Miss •started' in ...

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Local Musical Society [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 24 April 1930

Local Musical Society Elsewhere in this issue will be found sn advertisement calling a meeting for Monday, April 28, of all those in terested in the formation of a local Musical Society, Mr. P. P. Kiely l.i the convenor of the meeting, which •.vill be held in the Memorial Institute at 8 p.m. With such a variety and quality of local talent Gilgandra has available at present, as demonstrated by the success attained by the re cent musical comedy, "Facing the Music," the success of the new so rioty sepms assured. , * 9 !» • Death "of Old Balladoran Identity The death occurred in the Gil-' frnndra District Hospital on Easter l Monday of Henry Christie Anderson, ripe old age of 83 years, after | only a short' illness, the cause of death being senile decay. Deceased rsj the father of,Mr. W. II. Antler. Ron;, of Balladoran, and up till a week before his removal to: hospital,' en joyed good health, and during his long life had no occasion to receive medical attention; The funeral took place ...

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