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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

A&m»tmcing New Autumn&Winter €5 J O U v. Backed by Famou S BkW and HicFft ftipfif y U§f§ I ^ tiASII!§11 111 Llillllbliif ......... vrT. Tiv.r m.VA ^STILTS, Full Sise ... . . ... 12/6 ^AVA B®WW €|WILTS, Ts&asfteKi aarwl Sain Centres 20/-, 21/-. ©OWN QUILTS, Latest Patterns, . . . . ... 27/6, 37/6. WfllTEi SlfARHET3, Wool, Frsa of Fillings, (8/4) mm SBd %1/Qf (9/4) 33/6 and 37/6, (10/4) W* u*m so/-, 00/-, rm ©LANltBTS, (8/4) SB/-, (9/4) $m *&-, (WM) 37/6, 42/6. f^lPARmQA, AH W<sa4, Travelling Rcjjs, Hea #MCOTS7/6-, 32/6 StfSJWY fcUfcS, Piam S^HofRiS arid Silk Sound Edges, <J/0> ?/§M 12/-, 18/6* fpn ®m!ALs, l ate&t Shades, in a big Vari i^DIES' -CAftBIGANS, PULLOVERS, & SPORTS 3EMW8, id Newest and Latest Patterns. SUM SWEATS* COATS, PULLOVERS, LUM aSR JACKETS. A Wbadarfnl Range of Plaiin flBfS ffeaeff Paitsrm fcABIES' m MSN'S LEATHER COATS, at Special Prices. ®HW8 FA? TWEED OVERCOATS, in Plain and § ¥i&8t ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

GENUINE TANK-SINKING "PLANT 1'OIi TANK SINKING AND ROAD MAKING, ' "Cliampiom'- . Heavy-Duty Unbreak able; 'iitcel' Beam Plows-—111 JV10.1l1 lb 63, CJ, G5, GG, G7, and G9 Weight h oni 00;b to 151b . "CHAMPION" KADBIT PLOWS .Specially made for : ploughing.' out- Rabbit Burrows. Drag Scoops. ^ Fitted with renewable junncrs. Ma<K; in sizes:— No, 8, capacity 3 cub. ft; No. 2, capacity 5 cub. ft; No. 1, capacity 7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity-JO cub. ft. Will, ont),«°k.2 or 3 of ony other make. Armstrong-Holland Limited, 'J Bridge street, Sydney. Local Agents: Western . . ~ Stores. . ' .MARBLE • BUTCHERY ALL beef and mutton OF top QUALITY. * t 7/ ; ' Simply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Caitie and Lambs—Never Sacrificing Quality for Cheapness - ' mote ADDRESS -miller ST., GILGANDRA. d. j. and p. v. McCarthy proprietors. Phone 35. P. H. WAKE KOLMLEE- ' BORDER LEICESTER STUD Registered "No. J2-1 in ilie A.L.W.B. Association. © w The Ewes of the above Stud were purchased from...

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Loss of Cherry Trees [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Loss of. Cherry Trees Two-'years'' dry weather has deplet ed .'cherry orchards in the Young dis trict by- approximately 700 acres; Thousands of trees have withered and died,: and next year's cherry crop, is bound to be affected in some degree. Notwithstanding this, the district lias : stood up to the drought wonderfully • i::woil,'*|and well cultivated 'orchards have' produced astijnifjhing samples of fine fruit. Young this year ;.,have' been among the . finest Australia has ever produced. '

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THE "TALKIES" Opened at Dubbo 500 People Turned Away Opening Night [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

THE "TALKIES" Opened at Dubbo 500 People Turned Away ~ Opening Night - So- great,was the vcrowd which bc seigcd the Monarch-Empire: Theatre J)ubbo, on • Monday "night, when the "Talkies": were: officially opened by the Hon. H-.\v -.C. .Thorby, that over/500 were unable ta gain admit tance.;' Those a\\io Kvere". fortunate enough to secure a se'at were unani mous in' the opinion that the ne\v entertainment had .come to stay*. All^seats in. the ' dress circle - were booked;up during the week-end; and despiie th'e fact that, the doors open ed at an early hour, - a* large <crowd was-waiting to- secure a- seat,, and all available seating accommodation was taxed'to its fullest capacity. - And the "Talkies" themselves! All Dubbo is talking about 4h'em, for the reproduction of the *£5000 1 Western Electric plant,- proved • to be perfect. A splendid programme/ including the famous ''Innocents of Paris,".-svas off ered, and .evcryono was d el igh ted: at the- excellence ' of the: en...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Referendum in August [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Referendum-in August A Federal referendum will .prob fcfcljr be held in the third week in Atlgijst if measures arc passed by the SSflHJlfce. Mr. Scullin proposes de-t Tigering Speeches in all fhe States, tftSfcag N.S.W. after opening the i&jijfliigH in Queensland.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

EDAEtSIGH HOSPITAL GEC.GANDEA. flas J>^en thoroughly r.en.cvated and is tuientirety new jj-anagemdnt. MdKcSl, Surgical and Obstetric cases nefceiycdv An efficient nurse always on night . duty. TEftJIS ON APPLICATION'. SISTER TOWN SEND. THEY'RE COOL At TUBLJBY'S Altfc^psk X^aa's tia's paSfc&3 iht GqoJ CoVctfals is still tppiiii-iSet. TJieVcfoi'e, why not jg|ii t?te Sist. Turlcy's, iri Miller fetriit, <iSa stsppl^ >11 clashes of - " CSfiiials at 3/« pJeY jo^eti.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Empire Day Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Empire Day Picnic 5ke' siwitat Empire Day Picnic and of the combined schools in tJia (Silgaridra district, will tJe held oii the Showground on Wednesday *e'xt, May 7th. The publ:c are kind- ' ly' aislced t» "helj> convey the children to the pfouiii, and those able to do , Hei, art **Vftd t« have their earn in tifc the schools en Wcdne*- 1 Say ttfflkhig afc about 10.4 5 . J

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Coonamble Jockey Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Ceon&mble Jockey Club Coenambl*' Jockey Club will 6«ild their Printer meeting on Tues day $ad Wednesday, June 3 and 4. Til ere -wall be £200 prize money. Itfo'Miflatiens for' alt events will close oft Monday, May 2 6, and the weights will fee declared on Wednesday May is. FoV programme and further par ticulars apply to secretary M. J- I aUfdEftSol, Co'6'namble,-'phone 68. { • * * ».

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WHEATEN BREAD (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

WHEATEN BREAD (To The Editor) Sir,—It was a: pleasant surprise to see recorded ij, your paper the inter est displayed by "Grandmother" re garding1 1;he desira'bility_ foi* whole whejaten. bread. Plroni my limi':ed view'point I should say-.the- difficulty of obtaiir'ng same arises from tho lack of demand from the consumer?; 'a f.ufficienc percentage riot yet having, realised how overdue is the" need for reform in the things we car. It scorns to be a fact that producers uhVays aim to satisfy, the' public taste, ' irrespective of it ^C'lnij the best, for the obvious reason of bus iness , profits. When the ' masses: ac quire a liking for the best food stuffs and > create • a demand,; so soon •will the supply alter.' My experience has, with slight .alterations, bcen- sim ilar to' your own; consequently 'it /is necessary at present; Ab; use a grast mill at homo, as I feci that if the' thing is worth' having, 'the,.difficulty is worth overcoming^ A 75 per cent or 50 per cent, whole meal...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Train Breaks Down [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

- Train Breaks Down . The s'.ation staff at the Gular Sta tion arc being1 kept very busy dealing with the arrivals , and departure of stock trains just now, and when an engine..with, a load of empty trucks developed engine trouble whilst in Gular goods yards, it did not expe dite' maimers. However, fitters were soon on the'scene and the trouble was righted, and the train took the track afeain after about 12 hours delay. . .. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Doctor: "Cough." Patient: "Can't! I cured it years ago with ® PAYTEN'S I PECTORAL » Price 2/6 . § John Pay ten I M.P.S. The Chemist at Gular&ambone ® "Witch-Hazel Cream" Price 1/6 John Fayten M.P.S. The Chemist ot Gular&ambone Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended t<? • and 'delivered. . Supplied;-tO' aviy length at shortest-: \ . i ' . notice. - ' GENERAL.CARRIER. : ^Satisfaction guaranteed. A -Trial. Solicited.... ; J. W. HAWKINS, ' Munnell St., Gulargambone. P.O. Box 30. ' Phone 110. ' JUST ARRIVED. - GIFT STATIONERY moderately priced, quality finest. Pull stock, re-1 ords, pianola rolls, II,M.V. Portable and other models. Golfing Material on hand. Famous Kro-Flite Golf Balls. Hairdrossing- Saloon. Billiards. LES. ELLICOTT BOURBAIl STK'EKT, GULARGAMJ30NE DENTIST Mr. Jv B'riffa, Gilgandra Will visit Gulargambone, ever;) Wednesday aftornoon, and may be consulted at Warnock's Hotel, Gular gambone, from 2 p.m. till 5 p.m.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 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. G. Sowden, -F ; Hawkins, R. S.. Mitchell,, W.- Mc Ewen/ A'l R; Byrney J.• B. Peacock, ,R; C. Byrne,'W.-M.. E.>Skuthovpe, R N. McGi'l,: A. Skinner,-J. -Ildurne • J." A.- Litchfield,-/ N. J. Taylor,--A. W. Bolger. Permit .Inspectors— Coonamble /P.P. Board:. W. McEwen, A..- R. -ByntCj-.-. J., B.-. Peacock; Coonabarabran P. : P. Board: R. N. McG 11. Station Master-—A. D. Connel!. Police—Sergt. Rossiror and constable Poundkeeper—J. -Skinner. -A Schools—Headmaster Public School, ' I>. E. McCallum; Aborigine Mis sion School, Mrs. A. Mercer,"'.'..-. J ■ V Banks—G.S. Bank (Sergt. Rossitor,/ - agent), Commercial, Bank N.S.'W. Commonwealth Sayings Bank (post: ' office). ■ : 1 Jockey -Club—President Mr. N. D. _ - Jones, secretary -Mr. A. W. rBoIg er, Bourbah A.T.C. secretary Mr. -- E. A. Munro. , M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly secretary • "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

jlMMM Tn' ■ ■ ■ ■ - ■ —-L-J — — .. IIIMI jllllMMBWIIIIMilllMltfWWBMB'llBIWMBKIWllBIWIBiMiHBIHWBiMWWBIMBEIBiffilBiOMBPPllEIBBIICBHIIEIBWIISBCISIllMBBKIEBilinMiinKB IBBtjH . :« ;•-.>■ • ' i ' X ' ' " 1 » Notice A. Townsend & I Auctioneers, Stock and ■ Station Agents . jl , . Are Removing to More; Commodious Premises in Qn the Opposite Si'cte of Miller Street B l ' | 1,.' . ■ ; ■" • \

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 23 frean Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich grazing and wheat district. Popu!ation700, district 2000. Average rainfall 23^- inches.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE Country Party Council Formed [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE Country Party, Council Formed A meeting of Country Party dele gates was held in Coonamble. Muni cipal Chambers yesterday (Wednes- . day,. 20th April), at 2.30 p.m., to form the Castlereagh Electorate Coun oil. , . The. following delegates attended : • ; -^■Messrs-.- J-. ;■ Landers and- Maurice^ • J.; A ..vFcehan, (Coonamble. Graziers), Wm.f Geo. llaynes and 0. J.' Mc Cu tcheon . (Collie": Graziers); ; J . J. ■ 0,'Bri.on and : Rv' - Stanley ' (Gilgandra Graziers).;'C..:J-.' Ghristianson and! E._ A.i Reicheli (Balladoran Farmers and Settlers); G. A. Senimler and W. Burrell-'fBearbong F. and S.); A.. N.i-Reielielt and'W.'-N.;' Milgnte (Bid don F."and S.); A. Lu minis and R. Nalder (Curban F.. and S.); K. Mc Allister and J. N. Wilson (Gilgandra F. and S.) ; Walter. Rogers and P. Fallon (Hillside F. and ,S. ); N..' ,J. McLennan and T.; L.' Purvis (Balla doran Country Party); J. L. Slack- . Smith and ThosV :-„J. Digges . (Coon amble- Country Party)"; E."'Townsend an...

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C.W.A. CONFERENCE £100,000 For Charity [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

C.W.A. CONFERENCE £100,000 For Charity TVhon the annual conference of..the v, | ^'"untry Women's Association opened in Sydney "on Tuesday, . there were 350 delegates present fronr all parts, , of the State. - . The President (Mrs. Matt Sawyer), said the'object of the association was to make the lives of country women healthier, safer and more attractive. They were strictly non-political, which, was the ma/'n reason why they were able to perform a national ser vice. In eight years they had raised more than £100,000.

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PUBLIC HOSPITALS New Subsidy Rates Special Help to Worthy Institutions [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

PUBLIC HOSPITALS New Subsidy Rates. ■ Special Help to Worthy ' Institutions , The Chairman of the Hospital Com mission, Mr. J. R.'Love, sa'd on Monday that after Juno 30th all. the public-hospitals would be subsidise-! [it . the rate of 5/ in the £ on the whole of -their revenue instead of £ for & on certain portions of their L'ovenuc, as under the old scheme. In addition, there would be a specal subsidy which would depend on the ivay the. hospitals were helping them selves^ and upon the need and merit of .the particular institution. In lime of financial depression in parti cular'districts where subscribers were unable to pay their usual amount to the" hospital, the Commission would i assist substantially, and it would also ' help in building schemes.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

Girls' Pullovors 4/6, 4/9, 4/11, Ladies' Silk and Wool Cardigains 18/6, at C. A. Murphy's. * » Wood's' Great 'Peppermint Cure, For Influenza Colds.

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SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

SUNDAY'S ;FOOTBALL TEAMS ■ Sunday will sec tKc commencement of the inter-town football competi tion and -in the first; round Gilgandra will-visit Wellington, Dubbo-visit War. ren, Nyngan visit Narromine,; and Yeoval a bye,. Gilgandra will be'rep rescnted by a very light team on. Sunday, but as all are training/well, they should give a good account of themselves. , -The team is: Full back, W. Jordan; three-quarters^ J. Morris, D.: Ryan,,A. Hobbs, T:. Ryan; halves, E-Mudie, L. Matchett; forwards. II. McICcchnie, A. McKechnie,- R&Bewis;' N Pitt,; J'.-,: Morley, Av- Weston. Emergencies:. P. Hearn, C. Mc Kechnie, I Wood. ■•■'L Gulargambone , ','Royal -Blues'? will visit' Gilgandra on Sunday and play, the local Rovers, the junior combina tion.?vv The- game,, will; :be played; ".>n: the recreation ground for the Crystal Palace: Gup,'- which -isv. held by the Rovers. ; The -following -team has been selected to represent the locals: Full back, W. Cassidy; three-quarters N. Noonan,...

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Rabbit Skins Dearer [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930

vr' Rabbit Skins Dearer Winchcombe, Carsori Ltd. report: Supplies of rabbit-skins at' Wednes day's Sydney cales totalled 35 ions. Competition was stronger values acl vnnc'nft Id. "' per lb. compared..with the closing. rates of. the previous weeks auctions.: Incomings " made from 29d. to 31d. per lb.,. Autumn 27d.-to 28d., racks 24d. to.25d.'2nd poily "2Gd., to 28(1., 3rd_pelty. 18d. to 24d.4th pelty 14d. to 15d,- 2nd does 15d., to 20d. 3rd does lid., to 13d., J and 3 growns 14d.,-to 17d.,. kit icns- and smalls 4d. to' 9'd., 1st does 13d., to lGd., 2nd does 8d. to 10d., greasy 5d. to 17d., blacks 15d., fawns to 46d., Best hare skins -sold- from. 5/6d. to <8/-. per dozen.: otjiei's l/6d. to "4/-. Why-, worry•■•.throl the winter with- a •"grouch?" ' , , A sad-eyed- Peeyeiy sulky and mo rose,' - — ■ - . Why sit around, or lay a fire'crouch? " While wise 'ones take "The Little, ^ Daily Dose." Why not.be "0 .K." confident and gay? ^ » - • ' • , . Instead of .'having lung-woe to...

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