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FOOTBALL Dubbo Defeats Eumungerie [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
FOOTBALL | Dubbo Defeats Eumungerie Eumungerie visited Dubbo oii-Sun day ly.st audi; wore defeated in . a match on the Show- Ground^by-25' to n'l. » _' / " • Eumungerie,' after ."their' defeat of. Gilgandra on •vthp: .previous"? Siinclay, i went across with ambitions hopes ..of beating- the .Dubbo reps. £incl"althoucfh' Uiey were-beaten by a. goochjnargin of; poin's they were not d'sgraced, and the scores, do-^nofc give a true index of the play. - The visitors were lack'ng in condition, and- there • was plenty" of room for combination and •*. knowledge of the Jiner joints . of' I ho League code evident.-" There" was a fair margin -'also'-for; improvement. in Dubbo's attack -anil tleftnco, and- the came can be "said, of the personal of the tea'm.. Frank Boland was out on his own in the' forwards, and was ably assisted .by Stan Maker. In- the backs, "Peggy" O'Neill, .as usual, played.■ iv great game. ■ Reg. Williams was-, at -times brilliant, and Siemson, Foxhall & Mun .day we...
Alleged S.P. Betting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Alleged. S.P. .Betting -There-was quite a flutter of excite ment in Manghan Street,'Wellington, one day last-week, when'a procession, .consisting of : a /.number . of citizens under , the command of r Sergt. Mills and Patterson, was paraded along the street towards the police station." It was soon made known that a police ra-'d had been made on an alleged S. P. betting shop. The- ;rcsult was that a man named George Elliott-ap peared before - the court, and was charged with being the occupier of premises in Maugha'n Street,Used for the purposes ofjjetting in contraven tion to the provisions of the Gaming and Betting Act. Seven other men wore charged with being found '-in the said pretnises. All 'the parties were remanded until May 9. ' Prior to their departure from. Quambone'Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meokj two, of the most popular residents, of that villiage, were accorded a send-off; ;Mr. Meek was presented with a wal-, let of notes and a pocket book, and Mrs., Meek was t.he recipient of a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
ANNOUNCEMENT The Chevrolet Dealership For G1LGANDRA AND DISTRICT -:Whiteman 81 Sons \ Have much pleasure in announcing they have secur ed the Dealership for the above Cars and Trucks and solicit the Patronage of all Chevrolet users and intending Purchasers. Temporary Service Station:—MUNRO'S GARAGE I FOR BETTER RESULTS Perhaps your interest lies in the New Model «C' A higher* powered Tractor than our former 12/20 h.p. Model which it replaces HY does one farmer succeed better than his neigh bour ? That is one of the questions agricultural education is helping you to solve. . - . ,r; : The farmer's function is to produce crops. When it is : . v remembered that about 60 per cent, of the cost of raising crops is in power and labour, it is easy to realise the; : , importance of this factor in the profit or loss of the v. farm business. Crop production has: now been reduced largely to mechanical operations.- New standards of perfection and high efficiency are introduced by-the Casp,.the l...
Runaway 'Plane [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
V \ ... • ; Runaway 'Plane | ■&lt; While a pupil was being 'instructed , in a 'plane on the ground, at Mascot, |:aerodrome on .-Thursday, he. accidon j-tally .opened the throttle .w'do, and I the 'plane . leaped - 'forward..... A me I chanic had jus; time to jump away r.as: the. machine left'ithe ground, . a::d: «fler;::now'owlyr'niissijig' two workmen ,it clashed into '.lie wall of a. Govorn .niont hangar:r . It:was- badly damagod^ but the pupil was' unhurt. 't^ho.?death;*ocfeur£ed'«.at''-iiciv- aiioLli-' er's residence,: Bathurst,'of. Miss Ruby Judd," atvtthc age of 2G years. • The end came unexpectedly,^following an illness extending over about' two months. Deceased, was a daughter of the" late Mr. Adolphus Judd,: the well known 1 owner of many outstanding ishow horses-who died a 'few. week:} I a£°-.
MARIAN LEE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
MARIAN LEE* At the Wanderer's Rdst at the four, of the rise V/hei'o th'e ranges grow purple whon eyoning, dibs. , Came.Troopers^hard riders, all dusty and. brown, In search of a" bushranger, hunting him down, They-'carelessly talked as they, went in .to sup, - - AbouV ridfrig again when the moon would'be'up; _ ' " And they spoke/of their plans as tliey sipped at their tea, *. To: the" Innkeeper's' Daughter, Marian Leo. , ' ' _ With, lips ■ that "grew: white she :pre tended to smile, Yet ,.s--lic stilled the wild .beat of her heart1 all the while; > . v She -stole from the room, she stole ■ from the house, W.'th the "speed of 111 bird and the tread - of a mouse. - - r &lt; For' the • man that" they.' sought with a price On his'head, Tn years that 'are. goiic she had pro-: mised to wed. Though a criminar now," a ias&io .)'.:ay. be. Still true mo lier"loved one wtiis ATai'ian •Lee. She knew where he was 1101 a 1. ile 1 from them then, , In a cave in the hill. 1'ke ,^...
TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
TALES OF; THE BUSH And Life Outback (By - "Bowyang. FoK,Ahej;itr4iiif&lt;.anU^g^a8'>tho»\w.oi,ld - .1 oils.-,back,.,.,L,,.v.. * -j,.. •>fev-They^dnnk.''.-andi?gamble,'».'!andt!(l!e^ %Butv:thcu^LEpiritsv shall'■ilivc^:oh&lt;-the; oulba'ck track,; As long as iho years go by. &lt;4 This happened many-years ago at Boiuke, but the factb _aie still fLesh in wrv'.cr's memory. ;A ctation hand rodo.-i into town ony aigood sort: of.: a. s;bay horse;- dismounted and slung, the rdiiis oyer;the.nearest_branch of.', a big pepper i*ree~in'ifroni_of the Jolly Waggoners' "hotel. '.'He •.asked a mob • of'dead-beats';.loafiing..about ifthey, v.cared for a drink,:and of .course all -f hands obliged;tv.The -'stranger drank ' him: with the "remark that,■■: it was/oho. booze that- was -both food ■ and - drink next ,to mother's' milk.. We had several drinks—at ;thc granger's • ox-'; pense^—and then-the.dinner .bell.rang',' I sat next to hin\ at the table, 'and ■! in . the cour...
ALLEGED UNFAITHFUL SPOUSE Wife Seeks Divorce [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
ALLEGED UNFAITHFUL SPOUSE . . Wife Seeks Divorce - 'in the Dubbo Divorce Court: on Tuesday morning, before his ' Honor,- Sir Phillip Street', Mary Isabel Martin, of Dubbo, sought to have her marriage with James Cliavles Martin dissolved.. The' grounds .of : the application were -air. legcid adultery with "Miss Annie 0' Bri&lt;jn. : ' There was .no appearance of res pondent. . ■ ■ ...'. • '• Mary Is.obel Martin deposed that she was married on December 11; 192G.- She ,'heard - of her ; husband's inconsistency.^ 'in--March," 1929;- she opened a letter to her husband from "Annie O'Brien:, She showed' the let ter; to her- husband.- -.She: earned mo Vney;-by doing laundry- work. He went', to work out' of town, and • she made- overtures'-to get money from him.-'-He came to Dubbo*and told her he had no money. He went to Tottenham; where he was employed in - the' rabbit industry. She after wards saw her liusband in company with Ann;e O'Brien.- She accused him" of g-oing'with another ...
Contracted Tetanus [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Contracted Tetanus William Stewart, the 15 years old so'nlof 'Mr. Wd Mrs.- G: J. Stewart; of Curran Street Orange, is- an in mate _;of. the Orange Ilosp'tal,.-,suffer ing from tetanus, and his .condition is serious. .'He was playing football; 011 Saturday afternoon, -and received a kick on the shin, which caused only a: slight abrasion. However, the-te tanus germ found- a resting place -lifc the "small cut, and the, boy was taken violently' ill. On-Monday his parents called in Dr. English, who immediate ly ordered the-boy's removal to hos pital.
OBITUARY The Late Mrs. Wheaton of Eumungerie [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
OBITUARY The Late Mrs. Wheaton of Eum'ungerie . •■...•Oh the 15th"instant, there-passed away, one of our oldest residents, in the person of Mrs y. :3sJlizabethvW1icai-j •ton,'.-- Eumungerie.: Seventy-seven •years ago' her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-■ "Hancock;-left Northampton,-.England, for" South Australia. Northampton is the • Empire's -greatest boot manur facturing 'town,- and one is not sui> l&lt;rised ,1o know that some .-.of ...its? ipeople took'to travel;- .The. Hancock family, settled happily -in the. land of:their adoption and joined the ranks of those jvho were busily mak'ng the; Australia of to'-day. ' In 'tile - year 1874 -their daughter. Elizabeth, imarried'/Mv . John Whea ton of ICoolunga, and after spending; 23 years.of - their married ;-life in' South. Australia, "took up a property now'called "Oak Vale," near Eumun-. gerieJ At that time Dubbo was the nearest railway station. v /The. Whea-. • tons wore among the pioneei's in that district and .they kept an :,e...
MR. CLEARY HITS OUT Faith in Railway Workers [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
CLEARY HITS OUT Faith 1 in Railway (Workers Addressing* members of the New South Wales Constitutional Associa tion'. on" Monday, Ml*. Cleary, Chief • Commissioner of,Railways; referring to. the opposition to his' rationing scheme, said: ".This outcry you hear is::- entirely duet to one- man whoso ■ sentiments. are not; Australian, who wants . war/ wlu^se purpose in the Australian' Railway .Union is to strike out trade,unions and build up one big union of Australian railwaymen. That man told me that if by pulling out members; of. his organisation (the A.R.U.) he could bring the whole of the railways of the State to a standstill. He would do it, but he knew ho was.not strong enough, and lie. was not lunatic enough to try. (Applause). Men in the'service are not malcontents, but they are white,* as they are Austral an, and he was not disheartened."
FOOTBALL NOTES (By Goal Post) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
FOOTBALL NOTES . (By Goal Post) Pi'clly wall nearly, every country y:>.r.cv (i:aL is priced .lip lias a report (-.pf a Le.iguu meeting- in which the ' ma:terof a eoaclris;bcing considered. Tho; appdxan s references are all of •.the h ghest, and most claim inter state and internationaKlionors at'one time or another. Yet their :names _ai'Q not familiar w'th. the big games of i he past. , - | Of. course^, in, making these appli cations, players endeavour to make themselves, as big as -possible iiir.thc i-football, world,, as -the inducement ■that is-.offercd is well worth putling in; a .good tal,e if ; one is successful, (though he might „on]y las: a month, 01V SO.' '. ■ ■&lt; ■ ■■ : The fact* that ■ there are eo many] young men; unemployed is also ano ther reason for a rush of applicants for country coaching.: and those, who i secure the positions are mighty lucky to. get snug positions to carry them over tlie-. winter, months. 'Teddy Taplin, js now assoc'ated with; the Dun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Stops Ills & Pains Feel better in few. minutes •>, s The '••value of Yeast for everyday ills, •run-down, condition, shin disorders, con stipation,- etc., is established. And now conies "Cream of Yeast,'' giving, the. well-known virtues: of Yeajib ;in;quicker time than before, with new benefits, not ■previously' obtainable. The,.new remedy is safe to use, ,yet. its":benefits-, are 'startlingly rapid. • Headaches rind>:dizzi ness go iii* 4-.minute's;'.; acidity and. in digestion go in ■ 3 "minutes'; depression, brain-fag, etc., in 8 minutes. "Cream of ; Yea st'' makes you feel fresher, brighter,: more alcrt cU oncp. Olio day 's treatment shows its 1 superiority 'over, aspiring soda bi-carboiiate, bismuth' magnesia and ordinary: kinds of yeast, yet a flask of 24" 6' cam of Yeast" tablets costs only 1/31 at any ..chemist's, ,'i'ry it yourself; see how It improves your Health,-Fitness, Vigour, and Good Looks! See how it enables , you to do without purgatives, aspirins and a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
Land Available Five blocks of land in. the Con dobolln land district (two for return ed spldiers exclusively) have bee.n sot apart for homestead farms. Three of the blocks will be available on 2nd June, and the returned soldiers' bocks on 7th May. COME TO— MAYFROLiq DANCE , IN tii£\hillside hall on \ Wednesday^Sth May, 1930 and Dance to Hl^VNEY'S Orchestra Excellent Supper?\jGlo'od Floor. Prices: Gents 5/G,"^Ladies' 2/6. IRENE ROGERS, Hon See, . Merry Makers Committee. " ■ i Car Curtain & Hood Repair W. B. CREENAUNE Saddler, Gilgandra Wildes to Announce that ho io prepared to do, All Classes of Car - Curtain and*vHood Repairs. Also a Big Reduction in-Price of New B, and B. Cycles,- . A Full'Stock of CyclcS&ccessores always on hand.'• ; ^
100 PER CENT. WOOL RISE MAINTAINED Bowning Merino 21 d. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
100 PER CENT. WOOJ. RISE MAINTAINED Bowning Merino 21 d Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. .report: We offered 511 large lots at our. Syd ney wool sale on Tuesday,'and sold '190 of them-at auction. The ad vance of 10 per cent, in values.recor ded at. opening sales .was f ully ^.'main tained. ■ Fine equality' wools were in particularly keen demand/'inquiry for these l:nes being an outstanding: fea ture. ' . 5 Prance, Germany, Belgium and Italy all competed keenly; Yorkshire and Japan were- stronger competitors than»a: the preceding day's auctions. America was a very vigorous opera-, tor purchasing the finer, ~free wools with marked- freedom; C. V. Robertson's Kar-ngal clip, from Bowningy fine, soft and of good length made our top price 21d. Fleece, lots-also realised 17d. and pieces lid. Ewes''wethers' and hoggets,' attrac tive in condition, fine and soft handl ing, from Estate" H.R.F. Hume,. Yass,' made 19d., 183d. M. Davis, Sutton. Yass obtained 19d. for. fine quality fleece, showing good len...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 1 May 1930
A FASHIONABLE WEDDING Green—Johnstone &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A very pretty wedding was celebra- &nbsp; &nbsp; ted at St. Michael's Church, Balla- doran, on Tuesday, 22nd April, at 11.30 a.m., when Ina Vaughan, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Johnstone, was married to Cyril Williamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Green, of Tempe. The ceremony was performed by the Revs. J. L. Arm- &nbsp; strong and L. Steinhauser, Gilgan- &nbsp; dra. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful lace wed- ding gown, mounted on bridal silk, long, tight bodice and closely-fitting &nbsp; sleeves. 'The skirt, which reached to her ankles, at the back, was fully flared. The beautiful train and veil worn were loaned by the bride's cousin, Mrs. J. J. Darcy, of Condob- olin. She wore a diamond knife bar &nbsp; brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Two sisters of the bride (Isabel and Lloyd) attended her, wearing Aut- umn-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930
ANNOUNCEMENT Chevrolet D ealersEiip For GILGANBRA AND DISTRICT Whiteman ©US Have much pleasure in announcing they have secur ed die Dealership for the above Cars and Trucks and solicit the Patronage of all Chevrolet users and intending Purchasers. Temporary Service Station:— MUMRO'S GARAGE Here 's the Mew Case Tractor Dp fit-. at-*c TJ^ROM the moment the Model 'L' Case Tractor was released,. XT CL llcipa J£l the interest in this new tractor has exceeded all expectations. New Model 'C' A higher* powered Tractor thnn our former 12/20 h,p« *}£, Model which it &lt;4T replaces At firsT: it was simply impossible to meet the demand, but . we are now ready to offer it to the farmers of this district. Great power for its size and weight stands out as the big advantage of the new Case. And flexible power tool At the standard 10 hour official test by the Nebraska University, this new Case developed 26.28 h.p. at the drawbar and '10.22 at the belt —while the maximum load tests recorded ...
FORTHCOMING SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930
FORTHCOMING SHOWS Wellington, May 13, H—F. 13. Row, •Secretary. , Dubbi), May 21, 2-—F. Weston. See, G'trlurganibono. May 2!i, 2&lt;i—N.. 0. JtiiiKsloy, Secretary. Traiiyie, June 3, '1—-D. 11. Hayes1, Secretary. •; Cooiianible, May 28, 29—.7. • C. Wil son, Secretary.:"'.". Yoniitf Sheep Show,:'July 30, 31—T A . ■ Toslor .Seernlnry.