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

• GENUINE ATjJD ROAD 'MAK3N "Cliampion". Hsavy-Duly Unbrcnlc able Slocl Benin PIov/s.—Ill, lllOaulb S3, 01, C5, CG, C", -and, GO.Weights /roin 001 b lo :;j 5il> "CHAMPION" RABBIT PLOWS, .-ipoi ially made fur ploughing nut Rabbit ■■■Burrows.. Drng Scoops. Pitted with"-. ; renewable runners. Ma do Sn sizes:—■ No. 3, capacity 3 eub. ft; No, ;2,' capacity 5 cub. ft; No. 1, capacity-7 cub. ft; No. 0, capacity-30 cub. ft.. Will outlet. 2 or 3 of "tiy other make. ■Annstvonjr .^Holland Linsivocl, i Hrichj-e street, Sydney. Local Agents: Western Stores. MARBLE BUTCHERY ALL'BEEF AND MUTTON OF TOP QUALITY. ;jiraply Dccause We Buy only the Choicest Young Cfeltle and Lravibs—Never Sacrificing Quality for-Cheapness '.NOTE ADDRESS—MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. D, J. and-P. V. McCARTHY PROPRIETORS Phone 35. P „H. WAKE HOLMLEE, BORDER LEICESTER - STUD Registered N'o^ 124 in 'he A.J-AV.B. Association. 9 " ® The Ewes of the above Stud wove purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln Coll...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WHAT LIES BEHIND? The Monstrous Plot of Bolshevism Another Big Man Disillusioned [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

WHAT LIES BEHIND? . The Monstrous Plot of Bolshevism Another Big Man Disillusioned It. is interesting to read -in the Labor Daily -a summary of Arnold; Bennett's criticism of conditions in lii'fisia. Briefly ,Mr. BenSnett sayis that lluss'a under the Bolshevik re gime disappointed and. disturbed liim and til at he doubts whether it can last. While admitting1 i.that the sys teni is based on a' great ideal (pre sumably the greatest "good for the greatest number) he says it is an ex tremely sinister business, vitiated by .-prodigious lying and by blindness, to the finer , needs of ordinary human ] nature, conducted without soruple and inevitably slipping back into the, v.eiy evil that it was designed to cure. In the semblance of republicanism, the Communist Party-is an autocracy and a. tyranny far more complete than that of the Czars, and depend-' eh: in the last resort lipon force! The peasants, who from 85 per cent.- of the Russian population, cannot lip j horded and intimidated as t...

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

MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO YOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? ■Advertising Gets the Trade. The Progressive Trader \ ■ is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING. SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for its service and - read for its quality—you b dy the confidence of its readers in your product. ; ADVERTISING COVERAGE GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of S215 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If oniy two papers are required 10 per cent reduction.will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage of 40,000 square miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY."—'1'uhlisb-; ed every -Thursday-: aflernoon.-.vjl'h?.1 Gilgandra "Castlercagh"- and -Alan- f dooran "News" nro ; issued wiLh." "The Weekly," so that advertisers, will reach readers 'of...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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TEN PRETTY BREELONG BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

TEN PRETTY BREELQNG BOYS (In noting the many weddings.in he Gilgandra and Breelong districts, a friend sends us the following ver Ten pretty Breelong boys standing in n line, A Sydney girl hugged one then there " were nine. * 1 • ' Nine pretty Breelong boys standing by the gate, A. saucy- lass winked at one, then ■ there were eight. ■ ' Eight pretty Breelong boys thought v • the ball just heaven, A hefty girl "danced 011 one—then there were seven. Seven pretty Breelong- boys, scorning" feminine tricks, A little girl kissed one, then there . were six. Six pretty Breelong boys swearing they'll survive, A marry girl laughed at one,; then j ■ there were five. ' ■' I Jt'ivo pretty Breelong boys ■ passing I the church door, A naughty, minx grabbed one—then <■ there were four. j Four pretty Breelong ^boys vowed . they'd still"be free. / . | A blue-eyed girl looked .at.one—then | ' I here were t hree. Three pretty Breelong boys wonder ing what to do. 1 A. knowing miss spied one t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A SUCCESS Wool Publicity The Golden Fleece Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

A SUCCESS i Wool Publicity The. Golden Fleece." ■ Exhibition •' it can be stated now' that Auslra 'Goidcn '.Fleece Exhibition was a ^success. The general public attended in large: numbers, many . broadcast 'speeches, were made emphasising the ^unique qualities of wool and why Australia should use. more wool, and city "and country gave "it generous support. The 'industry received much and val ued publicity aV (exceedingly, little cost. ■■ -■ .... • ■ - ■ • -What- is •••the- next step? Probably other cities and towns -will see fit to emulate the example shown. Any way, the question of wool publicity and research on' world-wide _scale will come before the Annual Conven tion of the- Graziers' • Federal Council of Australia in Brisbane in June; Meantime it may be noted that the annual conference of the Graziers' Association (of N-.S.AV. carried a irc|;olulion tstrongly -.reaffirming, the necessity of a wool publicity' and re search campaign-and suggesting that it be financed by an annual...

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

Mere beauty - docs:not alway- reitfn ' supreme, ' Although;-...-in;abstract still/.thc^poet's "theme. . ■ A TIomoly.-:Syi,en'>,oft.;;_soeuves; "the palm," '• , ' \ Where languid ::beauty;- lacks:.ia Xvinr. n'ng cluirm. *. s ~ , More dosing- for "a-. cold >;inay not. sufTice, For they 'who flouts plain':common sense .advice— Bcwtire<relapsos. and be always "sure,: Each-" dose, is Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure, iii9i!iizi'ra!:!i>s{:issiii!£s!::!!sri!!s]! nans® sBssrsa - Stops Rheumatism; or Money Back Nothing to equal Dr. Harrison';) Pllis for Quick, sure, safe relief in all cases, of rheumatic, Joint, limb, and groin pains. The .cause is uric acid^r Harrison's Pills clear it from the/system as nothing1 else can. Try thorn! 3'. at any chemists or store-keepers; return- - able if- not satisfied. Tills means no benellt, no pay—so take Harrison's Pills and throw. ofC your agoing ills.- n'chen and pains at once. Itemember, "Harri son's; succeed-where all else fail::, s...

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

. Anaettitcing New Autumn&Winter GOODS Backed by Famous sj; r ices ana m JAVA ;D@WN Q0ILTS, Full Size 12/6 JAVA DOWN QWILTS, fhsmdM and Pbtm Centres - 2®/-, 21/-. REAL EIDER DOWN CgjmTS, Latest Patterns, 27/6,37/6. WHITE BLANKETS, Wool, Free of Fillings, (8/4) 3|||S sad 37/6; (9/4). 33/6 and 37/6, (10/4) <m, fll/4) 50/-, GO/-, 7€^> ' G&hBWnED BLANKET % (8/4) 23/Cx 23(9/4) 38P, 33/'-, (10. "4} 37/6, 42^6. ®MS£&jPARIN®A, All Wool, Travelling RG*J6, Hea 72 % m 2Wf% 27/6, 32/6 BONNY RU0S, Plsin Scallaged and Silk Edges, 7/S-j 11^-', 15/6» MATERIALS, La$§3i Shades, in a big Vafi S^^UES' 6ARHIGANS, PULLOVERS, & SPORTS 'SERSSY^, in Ne"WeTst and Latest Patterns. MEHI'S SWEATER COATS. PULLOVERS, LUM 9SR JACKETS. A W(9rRie?ful Range of Plain iFangy PattefiTfe. & MEN'S LEATHER COATS, at Special P^efes. 'mm FAY TWEED OVERCOATS, in Plain and % Back&j D<5^ble and Single Breasted & GaS* for . every figure at prices to...

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

' IN MEMORIAM MARCI-IANT.—In sad but loving memoiy of my dear son and our bro ther" Gftarlie Marchant, who departed Uiis iife'StS^lgandra, May 8, 1920. lie. bade no on^a.^last good-bye Ho-waved his hand'tanone His spirit flew befoYc^w^kncw. That from us he had gojieT'V. —Inserted by • h's sorrowing^Mother, brothers' and sisters. . . ..

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

Weather ticeable decline and storekeepers arc finding a reiidy, sale for winter ^voar • iiig"apparel.^ Last week one or two .likely'-'phdngfes fcii'iiioU up bub al though sonic .holdings: in the country reported slight 'showers the lulls were by no"means general. However land owners, who -have 'country';for. agist ment •••purpose are finding plenty of enquiries, and many train loads of 1 stock are being unloaded at the tocfjl railway station. ~ '

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

auction sale Saturday, May 17&, 1930 at 2.30 p.raf ACCOUNT MR. MURPHY Crockery, Gjisswjire, TOn Ware, Smt Cases, LiMs, Quantity Furniture Quantity Eiuftnel Ware, Tools. Numeromf Sundries. Sale w/ be held at Mr. Murphy's S'ore, Warren Road, 1 /a. -TOWNSEND.'& SON, ■ Auctioneers. furniture^XlT Saturday, 10th May, 1930 at 2 p.m. ACCOUNT, Dr. C. ROV CAMPLING Wi-ie% Street, Gilgandra The Complexo Household Furnifure and Effect^ • t Dr. Campling, who lias aold K!»|oraclic2 an-1 is Icsvwr the-district;.! Solid" SiberianI Oak Double Bedroom Suite, comprising Wardrobe. two Full Length Bevelled Mirrors, Dres sing Table, wifcji full width Bevelled M rror and Pedestal, also Double Oak Bedstead, ^lattress, etc". This is a particularly fine suite of Furniture of Elaborate Finish and in perfect order. ' . | - , Dining' Room Sui^e, including Large Sideboard, Dinner Waggon, Exton : sio'n Table'.and.Bining Chairs, in i Solid Oak.. J I Also Carpet Square's in Dining Room and Bedroom, B...

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

personal;:-.' Mrs £. W. Mill returned to Gular gambone? on Saturday last after holiday, s ~ - " E. BrieriVreturned^ to Gularg'aSibone by last Saturday's train alter a holiday spent in Mel Li tch.fieUl has returned to hb'ono after «• holiday spent ity. . ■ >. a holiday ia Sydney Miss Sadie l|i'ien has returned to Gulnr .■?anibon& . ' ■ ' Jlr. Strang wlio has been con 'ined tea the. local, hospital for some tiriiofis Siuch improved; and it should not bo long before we see this popu lar person, about again. ' Mr. ' . Blackmail of; the Post office stSfT is at present in Orange. Dur'ng'hfc absence Mr. F. Brien re lieves hiirtt •

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

"JL. <5? HERES SOMETHING TO INTEREST YOU %£fMaa mfo Bvts^^bUb 6* !' i. - THE LATEST STYLE, EXPERT TAILORING, SMART SUITINGS. Take advantage of this splendid Suit Saving. You can Choose your Suitings from a Large Range of Patterns, in the New Worsteds, featuring stripec, pin heads, checks, and fancy weaves, ir) Greys, Bluss, Browns, Fawsn, and Fancy Lovat Mixtures. ; Also a Splendid Assortment of Plain, Navy ^ Herring bone Twill Serges. ; . " Faultlessly Tailored to your Measure for £4/19/6. : A Tryon Given with all orders. D.B. Style 5/- extra. Other Prices £5/10, £6/6, £6/17/6; £2/10, £7/0/6, £7/17/6, £8/8, £9/9/0. ■ Don't Delay, Call immediately and inspect our Large Range of Patterns. / PHONE 3 & 5 GILGANDRA H . & The Soft WHITE Light „ , VACUUM OIL COMPANY PROPRIETARY LTD. <5 * 9 L 18 mmmmmmamssmBmmmmm

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WESTERN LAND LEASES BILL Mr. Howard Speight on The Job [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

WESTERN LAND LEASES BILL —: X ; Mr. Howard Speight on The Job The last issue of - "The 'Australian Budget" published an article announ ing that'"The Western Land-Leases B 1J is to be dropped, and that .the enormous- pressure of tho small men in the Graziers' Association compelled that' organisation ito command the Country Party to wreck the Bill." Mr. Howard Speight, secretary of the Landseekers' Association, writes from Sydney as follows, under-date 12 h. April—I desire to- infor 11 you M*at a?ter certa-ln repvelsentitic ns made by mc to Mr. Buttenshaw, the Amending Western 'Lands' Act- was held up and will not como forward until afier. 5th May. A petition was presented by me asking for the--ap pointment ■ of a Comm'.ssion lvveserit ;r;? Western lessees, small settlers in tlu Ccntrjul -Western Division and Ini-.d seekers, to review the position poncrally and report to ."Parliament' before any ifurther proceedings in •'nrlioment with regard, to the'Amend M" Western Bill. 'This petit...

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

FOOTBALL NOTES ■ 'Now /trot out, your guns" seem: to bo the slogan of all local footbai i fans;:and it is expected that this' sivu ■son Giljjandra will have a team equal, rji<.-j;ot...better,. than .any side in tho Wert. • go r.iiicJi interest > lias never ,bccn previously --.displayed and -every night can be seen-dozens making off for- the training quarters with their togs'under thc*v,armv Not only "will :it be difficult,.for the1 players to re tain" their places' in the rep. team.' but there will bo <kepn competition to gain places in the second .thir'.een. - Last Sunday it was a. l'ght side i that mfide.the journey to Wellington, i but matters have changed since then. I and now" members -of the 1.0.0.F. | Lodge team are eligible for selection.1 These, with the inclusion of KeithJ Wallace, will put Gilgandra in" the) I'-appy position of having plenty of., mater'al at. hand to place a heai'ty pack in.-the field, and for. once for a long time.vit :appears th...

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

FOOTBALL CLUB DANCE .One of the most .-outstanding social ?. successesJo"f the .year •• was• ttfe -.unani mous* verdict oi'. all tlios^' attended the dance arranged by tjfe Football r" -Club on.; the; night of Vhtf Sports: It ■ smany: a Jong day; siifcc a dance i was held in Gula'rgambilne that has -. met with such -success lha't" attended ' the function on Wednesday night. ! The club will benefit. »o about £12 > from .thei affair.-.. In conjunction with ' ''the/dance, a euchre garty- was also i lipid and this1maintained the interest i of hon-dancers for a few hours. ! .The -music .-for the fiance was sup plied, by"Hawkiris^ orffliestra,-and the .. manner in which, 'it#was 'dispensed augers well for the Kuccess of an'y i future - dance. Itepeated ;; encores I were , requested, and raiever. once; did iiitrest in' the proceedings flag- - Old: ! tunes seemed to gairga new lease of f- life.while tlie, newerfjdance music"as. - played by this immifablc bqnd'pi'o 1 voiced loud applausc|...

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UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF Big Scheme Proposed [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

UNEMPLOYMENT . RELIEF Big Scheme Proposed i . ' • It became known on Saturday that 4hc Government has propounded a : most ambitious scheme' for the relief 'of' unemployment;; to ■ be financed ifrom the fund accruing from the 3d. in the £1 tax on wages,"etc.,. which will come; inlo'forcc on July 1. -" This tax will it is believed bring in | three millions-sterling per annum and i'-ho whole,of tlvs sum is to be expend ed for the well-being of unemployed, jand to assist struggling principals of small;businesse, etc. • v •, .A^Unemployment Relief-Board is 'to be appointed which will spend gen erously along carefully planned lines >: .Several thousand .Northern miners are to be provided; with other ern !)loyment,/and givemspecial vocation al training . - ,; Unskilled workers, are to be given a tfiancc in skilled; trades or grub-staked in trapping and prospecting..activities. . - Prom £500,000 to £1,000,000 to be spent by the Rural Industries Board for loans without interest lo small d...

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

GLARK Tailored Suits (ill are A!e;i tvlio hnve their cuita tailored order here are assured of th« ultimate in Tailoring style cori redness. » v • In addition, they secure Tailoring value that has no equal elsewhere -:rn,lhe district——a value that bo comefl more apparent after the .Milt has . been worn for a feK mciitlis,'. We do not cut quality t& meet th« den.and of a low price, but vro can safely say.that our Tailored* to-order .suits give the greatest Tailoring satisfaction '*acsU*i# to obtain. --jXftSKi-' Joseph A. Clark '' The Leading Weitern 7 afar COON AMBLE Studebaker's Think what a motor car must be, to set such a rccord as Studebaker's ErskinL ■'Six. A thousand • miles in 934 consecutive minutes—a>i average of better than a mile a minute! Think of that motor car not as one, but as one of thousands—a car absolutely standard in every particular—an Erskine Six Sedan, fully equipped, right out of factory production! Think of such speed and staying power clothed in s...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COONAMBLE'S CLAIM As Chief Polling Place Graziers Political Executive [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

GbONAMBLE'S CLAIM As Chief Polling Place Glazier;}' Political Executive. Following the Coonamble Graz'ers' Committee meeting oil■■Saturday,: the Executive sub-committee appointed to represent the Association 011 pol itical matters, met. The, secretary "reported that the Castlereagli 'Electorate Council had ■been formed at a meeting held in Coo hamble on 30th April, and that on the executive of same-Mr. M. J. A. Feehan was vice-president, while Mr.. Landers was another representative. It had been decided to make Gilgan dra the headsuarters of the Elector ate,Council, and Mr. Gordon Christie was the appointed secretary. Principal Polling Place.—Proposed Feehan. se'coiided by Mr . Landers, that representations be' made to the chairman of the Electoral Commission favoring/the selection of Coonamble of principal polling place for the Castlereagli. That it be poin ted out that was formerly the principal polling place of an elector ate; and that in the- Gastlereagh it was the most populous...

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

1 FOOTBALL f '■ ' ■ : ■ i l;p: brilliant Gulai'gnniobne junior i combination—-known" as tlio "Royal Bluc;s '—added another- victim to their aheady • long\ list, when. they defea.od «?>.G'ilgsindra-.ytovcris at G.Jgandj/a ,on..Sundaf last by thenar-' row margin .of 9 points to 8/ When these- teams- met. Ias{t it 'was "or the .local.ground and thb "Royal Blues" suffered defeat to the tune of 8 to -nil. However the jnatch last Sun day .showed the benefit, derived fr,om serious training,' VarfdTafter a thril ling finish they succqeded in bringing back, the ''Turley , Clip'' with, them _ The folio-wing to'anv represented GuiarganiboneN.! Sutton, J.Sut ton, L. Lemon, II. J Lewis, R. Lewis, F. Franer, L. Billi, J. Rosser, 0\ Press, F. Brie'n, R. ' Saunders, L. Saunders; -G. Stocks. - The. game was Jilayed ' in a fine sporting spirit,; bufops being taken and given 'n a , sporEing spirit so little I seen. , Solid ' tackflng marked the Play on both sides. 1 . • . ■>' j. In the .first ha...

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

The Musical Comedy "FACING THE MUSIC" in the MEMORIAL HALL, TOORAWENAH Wednesday, 14th May, 1930 Full cast of aver 30-ac;ois and ■ ; .* ' actresses taking. Pi'ocec'Js in aid of^the Presbyterian , Church Building Fund. ' TICKETS : yl/-. > MISS "WYLDE, \ Secretary. DANCE TO FOLLOW • Government Notice Notification appears in Government Gazette of May 0, 1930, with "respect to proposed closing of Public road 1.00 links wide north-west of portion 28 and its continuation through T. S.R. G,209 -to WallunibuiTawang Creek, Land District of Coonabara bran,' Shire of Gilgandra: ■ (Roads 19!!0-290) . Objections must "be lodg ed with the Minister fbi^ Lands on or. before the expiration piNone montli. J.- HERLIIIY, U.S. for L'ands. (C. 3109) . V ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL To be held in AUSTRALIAN HALL, GJLtiANDRA Tuesday; 27tj»s'^ay, 1930 IlEANEY'^ULL ORCHESTRA EJO^LLENT SUPPER Tickt^f: Ladies 5/-; Gents 7/6. £ . Juvenile the following Night MRS. V. J. KELLY, Hon. Secretary.

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