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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

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Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

TALES OF THE BUSH And Life Outback . ./■ y (By ■'•Bowyanff B-ir'); \ . For. they.- trmp 'and- go: as ■ the., world i oils back, \ ' They drink and gauiblo, and ''die; But their'spirits shall liye "on-f-the-i outback track,... - As long as the years' go by. wife Just to v-show j'^no.'.MiiilvrtndenOQ t - (writes "Larry"), n-ad'i the 7,h -• March (St. Patrick's Day) a Jioliday from Friday to Friday. Buttin' in atsthe final mcotin' on Friday night> L:\Qfirly got mo eye1 in a sling. The , n&tifcr of ■ carrying •the tables, .grog, an' gear, for the booth to an' from the Show ground was under discus sion. To save time I moves that the ] , secretary. be given carte blanche. Up J hops Hogan an' roars, "Cart Blanch j ;.hf! hant?od.: v \Vho - the i devil is lie? < •V^Taybe he's a black Prodcstandt. Yor sowl to glory. P'what's wrong wid Paddy Grogan? He's the best carrier in town; - an'■ bad luck- to yezz^ ain't -. he Or'sh, too?" I held me whistle ;. af'er that. Saturday ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALLJ '.V. /' ■ ■ ■■■■■■, ' ^ ./ On the Clubs' New Grotind (Off the Eastern End of Bjfulge) Match to commence ajt3.IS GILGANDRA v W^ARREN (R]]FERi:E MR. W/'O'NEILL) £ In the scconcl matcS of the Inter - Town Competition^ to decide who suail be caUcd "Champions of the West" EARLY MATCH— To itart at 2 p.m. GLLGA&DEA SECONDS v EUiMUNGERIE (Referee: Mr. J. Ferry) , ROLL UP AND SEE TWO GOOD ' MATCHES,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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The Orange Seat [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

The Orange Seat . . For- the position of candidate to j contest the Orange Electorate in the State Parliament, five.. names have been received, viz; Messrs - J. L; ■ Astley (Dubbo),P. A. Dingwall (Pavkes), lI.'Lcggo (Orange). ' A\ U. Tonking (Orange), and S. Whit :«cc (Orange); Is'is anticipated that. Miorc will be a. triasi^alar-cdnfcest a> Hio Cyuntry Party i'j g MHf? Jo run a candidate as-well as Labour. > - Dubbo Show' .-TUfi:Dubbo- Show.tlrs year will be l'«!d on TiYesdiV'y and • Wednesday,; 20th and 21st May, tin -week follow ing, the. Wellington s'.nv. On the aist there will bs n night sessbn, and this 'Should.:.prove a very, oig at traction. The, general entries close on May 7th, and trotting iatrV.5'.m .May 14tht A special strain- J'r- m iiilgandra and • intermediaco; stations; -will be run on Wednesday-.(second day of show). Schedules lv.hy' be had on application to th-2 Seci-ctary, Mr. Fred Weston. . ' - The\/Tax on Earnings It was stated in Ministerial circles ■■n ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

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Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Died at Gulgong [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

Died at Gulgong By the dea h of Mr William Bones, of "Bower Hail," Eumungcrie, which sad event occurred in Gulgong, Ihe district has lost one cf its pioneer settlers and a splendid citizen. ; • 0 * •* Grant of £5,000,000 As the Federal Government intend? o give a grant of £5,000,000 to Lo eal Government bodies, ihe Dubbo; CoUHc'l.is after a small bite of this amount, namely £40.000, which is to he iised "in improving their 'murtici jjality. The Gilgandra Gpunc'l should als« get in for their cut. Sydney Wool Sales Wincheoxibe, Carson wire:—Wc sold (5700 bales of wool at our Syd ney auction today, selling 97 per cent •f weel we offered at auction. Com petition was very brisk from Contin ent, Japan, Yorkshire, and Amev'ca. Compared w^th^ last week's Values prices rfor fine wools showed 5 per cent rise, rates all other classes dis played upwards trend. -We obtained W. T. Moffat, Middle, 24d; Estate Angus Marfn, Blandford, 21d; Law liss Bros., Gunning, 1.91d; Donald McKenrie, Hargreaves,...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULARGAMBONE NEWS Improvements To Bourbah Street [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

GULARGAMBONE NEWS Improvements To Bourbah Street ,, The work being earned out in Bourbah, Street, between the Fashion Stores-: and Prazerfs. Refreshment. Rooms is ■ncaring completion' . and when finished will considerably en hance the appearance* of our main thoroughfare ^ ~ •

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

*■ W ;i i ■ se: 1' 'I « -**». ,/ k » • ■' is?f S' 1 m i <!: f Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents Are Removing to More Commodious Premises in n®i n 1 f J (O yl? J v On the Opposite Side ofMiller Street UG'AKttB/A. 351? iw<ss<esl s3t?w j&ssbwn'ent. ftmgftftt Jrnd CrftslcWfc castfc slm\ya »n fiSghl f®sa £5 «?S2E^ 4£®*sa Ssss E© f®S8fl Sfe <mb ®»fs$r e«»te h m tBBg&asft VEfSX&littb \i~lty dot 0B8 $$£> Vti&sy* 2* Milfis fiBSE^ «B2» SSj&a» ;ffl skJSgj) o* £4 <ff£ Sift *&&E^kr

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

Cricket T Although- the 1929-30 season has been concluded, there remains little .time to .pass ere. the next season-, will be here, and.therefore it is "not loo early to talk of making arrangements Cor it. The season/-just concluded has been for the first graders a very poor one. Absence of matches was mainly.respons.ble for' very poor -in terest being; t'aken »in the-clul/s ac tivities. ... The Leather Hunters enjoy • «d • a very good season. v They had iust Mis number of matches to keep Iho players interested in the game all through. .Therefore, if. the two teami are to be kept 'going- something, will have , to" be ; done, ^ and done better j tha,i ;ii \vn/1 •Itlst" season.. To. the j writer one way out-of the trouble is j the formation of an association tak in Gulargambonc; which would 'con tribute- two teams, Merri Mcrri, Ar matree. Hillside, Combara and any other club clesirious- of- joining A. competition would mean greater in* tcresfc - in cricket generally, ^matches for all ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

Gulargambone is 353 miies from Sydney, 28 freni Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich grazing and v/heai district. Pop«lation700, district 2000. Averag e rainfall 23-£ inches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

pn fug = When 'jrou feel = E yourself all =jj = of a dither i SSS Don't vex yourself with further £S —— worry about what to set. Take = NERPHOS TONIC E — It will toon get you right 2— U John Pay ten jjj 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 yourself again, by taking ^ PAYTEN'S ANODYNE POWDERS 1/- & 2/- packet John Payten M.P.s. The Chemist nt GUlARGAMFONE Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. All . orders promptly attended t? . and delivered. Supplied to Uiiy length at shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. -Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. ■ - . J. W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gularganibone. P.O. Box 30. I?lione .110i ■ JUST ARRIVED. GIFT t STATIONERY moderately priced,.'quality finest. Full stock re >rds, pianola rolls, H.M.Y. Portable and other models. ■ Golfing Material on hand. Famous -Krp-Flitq Golf Balls.. . Hairtlrcismg Saloon. Billiard*. LES. ELLICOTT J30UKBAH STh'EKT, QULARGAMBONE DE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

D.r: A. MacLEAN ' " Ay CTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST,, GILGANDRA; ' ■ ' ;*•'. 'V r • ' x ' J' . Afccnt for Royal Insurance Co. : MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sale*« men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agetits, Head* Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.)j WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) - Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. Loa is'negotiated oh Freehold and Leasehold- secur'ty .at Lowest Rates I of icWest. Printed and Published by H. E. 0. CAMPB13LL, solo. proprietor, at his printing- works, Miller Street; Giigan dra, New South Waes; ' 'A. H, SMITH ~ Builder and Gbntracfor : GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow: and all Glasses of Buildings. GILGANDRA SAW M I LL;S R.J.NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY CYPRESS .PINE AND HARDWOOD SUPPLIED IN - ANY QUANTITY LARGE STOCKS .OF JOINERY .<:• ' MOULDING ALWAYS ON HANI' 'AGENTS FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prepared Paints and Prod...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

WHO'S WHO 'Magistrate and Coroner—M;\ W. Adams P.M. (from Dubbo) visits ! Gulai'gfimboiie' Tuesday following ■ the second Monday'in the month. J's. P.—Messrs. A. G.' Sowden, F. Hawkins, . Rr ;S. Mitchell, W. Mc Evt'cn; A.:R; Byrne,. J.' B. Peacoc't, - II'C-. Byrne, WV. M. E. Skuthorpc, 11-N. McGi'l,'A. Skinner, J. Jlourne J. A: Litchfield,*. N. - j.' Taylor, -A. W. Bolger. Permit1 Inspectors—Cooriarnble P.P. 1 Board: W-. McEwen, A. R. Byrne, J. -. B.; Peacock;• Coonabavabran P. P. Board: R: N. McG'll. i Station Master-—A. D. Connell. Police—Sergt. Rossiror and constable Poundkeeper—J. Skinner. Schools—Headmaster Public School, D. E.'.McCal!um;; Aborigine Mis sion School, Mrs.. A. Marcer. . vBanks—G.S. Bank (Sergt. Rojsitor, agent),Cbmmereial. Bank N.S.W. Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office); - • "'I'- *' : Jockey Club:—President Mr. N' D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. W. Boig ■ or, Bourbah A.T.C.: secretary Mv. E. A. Munro. M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly seoretary. Progress Association—J. Do...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

GILGANDRA RAINFALL . Appended is a iable showing-.the monthly -rainfall» at 1883. At our-request the rigures : were. supplied by Meteorologist, and ai;c therefore correct __ . .. I'eaiv Jan l<'eb | iYlch | Apt 1 My 1SS3 ? _ -— ■ ■—■ 145 I 1884 : 30 50 65 302 72 ■ 1885 318 121 100 119 '48 1886 128 21 :.5 701 304 : .1887 427 439 435 173, 44 1888 49 379 40 0 16.3 .1889 120 108 307 483 546 --1S90 3 GO 738: ■516. 499 376 1891 7G7 140 355 285 163 1S92 225 7o; 55 118 363 1S93 279 108 384 267 556 1894 221 269 840 560 80 1895 500 56 11 43 125 1896 on 699 123 130 368 1897 290 65 91 0 136. 1898 682 359 0 0 120 1899 194 143 86 229 -14 1900 228 49 493 204 265. 1901 101 0 2S2 2S5 279 1902 19 44 71 0 9 1903 22 45 179 614 353 1904 285 166 278 17 94. 1905 .72 291 222 735 222 1906 304. .91 360 82 151 1907 359 31 285 257 13 ' 1908 85 657 225 102 103. 1909; 229. 547 95 164' 100 1910 489 0 407 133 117 1911 536 326 23 0 1 148 19'i 2 "31 1G7 102 3 4 1013 134: 271 230 288 307 .1914 20 454' 403 1...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

HOCKEY The hockey season was opened on Sunday last, when a large number of. spectators attended .to see the -.local team . vanquished . by their friendly rivals-—Gilgandra—to the tune of 0 goals to- nilThe hoine team put up one of tlie most disappointing dis-. plays - ii) ,Hs history, but it" is quite j appare n t tlia i; 1 ast season's star-*, per formers have' not yet struck form, while the recruits .only need match practice and ' the . side, will -aga:n .do battle with the best df them. At the tinie of writing a spirit of i pessimism prevails, . and the players need to dispel this itate of -affair. • The local , team appared' in their new costumes and looked charming in, green trunks:with a -white blouse. A green-band set .off the effects but they'were to be-disappointed in that tlieir initial appearance was .not crowned with success.®. ' ■ The following were^the teams: 'Gilgandra:. Misses M. Smith,' E. Whiteman, - G."'Drew}! D. Ryan,: I. Cameron, J. Ryan, iL'. Neil.on, D. Barden...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

Enqt^re^Mocal Agency regarding gpVBUA obj«ft®.f.«» SAVINGS BANK .GOTERNBPT ^ * of NxS.W. HmuI Offices 43-50 I^TStTN PhACE, SYDNEY V. J. KELLY Loc*l Agcni. Hott ecosne*™**' i{dWi ff©a°Bais, |©f ImfIs • /** J Sold at all stores Ll&yf&jr£f M 47 $" # xf .# & 0^/M C^'C^ if ^ Jr s ✓* Unnuf'tcturid in St/di"y hy •. WEARFROOF HOSIERY LIMITED WholrS'ile only l,y / - WEARFROOF HOSIERY (SALES) LTD. Kvdeifili St. near Cltveland St-Rcdftfrn. I'lione lied. 508 . /""\UTSIDE and inside, build walls to your home that will stand forever; walls that keep the house warm in winter and cool in summer; fireproof walls. Use DURABESTOS Asbestos Cement Building Sheets. Durabestos sheets sre composed of asbestos fibre and ccment, compressed to a rock-like hardness. They are cheaper than timber linings; as easy to cut and nail; cannot warp, flake, burn or rot; white ant and borer-proof; need not be painted, do not deteriorate. Write or call and see your local sup plier. He can give you ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A WONDERFUL SUCCESS Football Club's Sports [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

A WONDERFUL SUCCESS 'Football CJub's Sports Wedifcsday week seen the culnvii-- ( ating pent of weeks of energetic, oi' ganisinf. when the "day dawned bright s and'clear for the day's sports held on j the loc;$ show ground.and which, were E promoted by the- Gulargambone Rug- j by-, League FootballClub. .( doubts f the committee entertained j that thi, function would be a failure j. were qfickly dispelled by lunch time, f when, if;.-appeared that all roads led. ^ to the'liow ground The success of- c the dajfs sports is another argument x that thl people will always patronir -j sportinl events where the' initial £ cost -isftot great. Everyone report ed at hWing a wonderful time, con- ( skievinji the cost of adnvssion was ■ 1/- only, for adults with children 14 fres. T.hc sum of £14 was taken at ^ the gat|. ■. * ■ . _ j Thrnifghout-the day is was found f imposs'ilile to carry out sonic of the . events through lack 'of ■entries, ( more EifHurancc tests were s,ubstitut- ( ed and ®e commit...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MARRIAGE And Who Has to Pay The Cost [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

MARRIAGE 'And Who Has to Pay The Cost | The following information is'not: printed with the intention of fright on:ng young- Gilgandra people who contemplate marriage,' but4 just as a reminder to ,!ct the parties c'oticcrncd know what is . expected of . thoni i" paying .the costs:—- < ' • It's an . important; matter; ,• this; counting the cost' of a wedding. The | lirs': thing is to consider how the ex penses are to be. shared, because thei'c^ are.. certain things which have comc j to be'regarded as tlie responsibility of j the bride's parents, and others which fallv to th,e bridegroom's charge. The .wedd'ng breakfast, for instance. I is wholly the affair of the bride's par cnls—and this, of course, includes the-wedding cake. If there is a re ception in the afternoon instead of: a . breakfast, the same thing applies. | .Usually breakfasts, or recept'ons ire held at the bride's home, but' | wbon.it is more .convenient for them take place at horcl or hall, the j entire expen...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RACING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

RACING With. the-,object of fostering..inter est in racing.m Gulargambone, u pub lit inev-iiig^was "convened ,on'\Satur-i j day last; and as a result a-new racing j ciub-has- been.formed, and a start, is being made .to hold a race meet rig in June, The club h.aa b,fceri .formed under U:j-.title,.01 Citizens and, Trus tees Race Club, and'thfc"election. o| olliee bearers resulted/— • . Eatron-^-MivA-. Ii / Byrne,' President—Mi*. M/K. , War nock. Viee-Prcsidents-^MeEsrs ■ II. J,. Ileilcr, A. . W BoJ&er, and F. ; S. 'Hawkins JF - - -' Secretary—Mr.Ji. A. Anderson'. . Treasurers-Mr .Ia . It. Byrne'. It was decided to -hold it two days race meeting in Jjfrie,- following Bara-: d ne. arid Coonamble - winter -'fixtures,' The amount of £hc prize inoney will rbe-i'1'35, and tab dates and program j me was drawn $p at a meeting of the' committee' he^I on Wednesday last. '■Details of thi* meeting .will be givpn' ,. in our next «sue. and anyone inter es'ucd hi the JSneeting; can. obtain f...

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MORE TWISTS THAN A POLITICIAN Winding Road Between Cairns and Yungaburra. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

MORE TWISTS THAN'A POLITICIAN [ Winding Road Between: I Cairns and Yungahui'ra, . ! I-ocal •residents claim that live I mountain road from Cairns to Yun Kabnrra, Queensland, over; the main route, embraces the most ■ winding trail in Australia. One stretch of 12 miles over the range itself, looked upon as one of the foremost engineering feats in the 1 Commonwealth, carries a grade oC 1 in 20 the whole way. And. in the stretch alone there are (iOO bends, so regular and so'numer ous as to give the impression of a merry-go-round r'dc. Over the Cairns-Yungaburra iload the ' Cairns/rableland Motor Service has operated a fleet of Studebakcr vehicles for five years. ■ Three Special Sixes have each travelled more than; 100,000 milos; two big sixes have ticUod up mpre than' \L50,000' miles each. ■ Later S'udcbaker purchases by the same company—they now run a fleet of 11" Studebukers—include one car wit.li 80,000 miles to its. credit, nnr.ilier. with ,40j000 and a.thrfd with'!15,000.' Total mi...

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