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TO TOWN DOG POISONER'S IN GENERAL And One in Particular ("Bronzwing") [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

TO TOWN DOG POISONER'S IN GENERAL And One in Particular ("Broimving-') You come again as-the moon'bourns fall With your wild clog tread and your . - owl like eyes ' ,• Your- noblest -thought is bitterest gall And your very' own body: your : soul decries, A walnut shell- with .its 'rugged :roof Would be a-palace too grand for your brain • - > A pointedvtail and-a'clover hoof Would add elegant 'parts - to your stunted main. With your" dainty morsels you slink around With a -wickcd gldat on /your motley face ' - Your ;only chum > is a phantom hpund Who'is watching-hischnnce-to'avenge .his race. . ' - - When hell breaks loose at the end of • »: your trial ■ 'When, you have swallowed your bait •There'll be a" thousand dogs to help , you wail As you're- smuggled through- hell's . own gate. •

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL Mr. W. - O'Neill - -.will _ referee tho b:g match, on Sunday between War ren and • Gilgandra, wlijch will com mence -.-at -3;-15' p.m;,' and the< follow-, ing players' liiyvc been selected to represent' the "locals: :.:Full; back, D. Whitton; three-quarters, A. Ho.bbs," KWallace,- Lv' Matchett; T; Ryan; -halves,'-.E; :Mudie, D.. Ryan; forwards D. Morris, A. McKechnie, 0. Hol land, N.'-Pitt, H. McKechnie, T. Hay. Emergencies.. M. ■ Valiantyne, J.~Mor lcy, A. Weston. Tho firsb match'will be played tbe-. •tween'" -Gf-Jgandra?' Seconds and -Eu mungerie," 'commencing at 2 p.m. Mr. 'J. Ferry will have charge of" the whistle and Gilgandra will'b'c rep resented by: Full back, M. Valentine; , i -three-quarters, Morris,, N.: Morris, t J. ; Morley,yN; ! Payne; : halves, A; : i We£.ton,'Iv Wood; forwards, J.- Mil-. ' son, R. Lewis,- S. Ilearn. D. Mc Kechnie, C.: McKechir e, W. Jordan. Rmergencies, L; McICenzie, R-Clarke R. McKechnie.

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

CHRISTIE BROS Auctioneers, Stock, Station and General Comr^ission Agents. Agents South British Insurance CA Fira Insurance, Marino, Live Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH Has been established in .New. Sou'.'h Wales for over 50 years, and is \v.;ll known to'the insuring public for liberal. • polity-/conditions;' moderate premi'uni§ -and' promptitude in Sett're nient of Claims. Tel: Office 33, Residence 104 Miller Street, Gilgandra 111TD 44 BRIDOEST L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents Personal Attention To Every lot® 1000 GALLON, 2-1 gage, walls and bottom; 20 Rage top; :! tap, £7. ' 2000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. : 3000 GALLON, as above, £15/10/. Without tojB less £1/5/, an'd tap 5/G extra. All Prices Cash on Delivery. • Prices for other tanks- or-for making on ippl1 cation. -A. P.; Walton, Gilgaz:_aa Phone 71.', vssv?: - - ft (• • '"••^9 .J. •-'/{ m If he is out of stock, write to: NOYES BROS. (Sydney) LTD., 115 Clarencc...

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

NI2XT WEEK'S RACES /•'/■.The opening meeting of tho newly formed . Gilgandra, Pony and . AU IIeights Racinyyb^&D will be held on the Gilgandra'race course on Wednes day next Entries closed for all events yesterday and it is expected over thirty horses will be'eompoting at the mooting. 93 nominations liavo been received and this will insure big fields in all events. The club, has vorything-in readiness for the meet ing and the public-who attend will have no l'egrets as the committee arc < dcterminc;d the racing will be conduc ted oirthe strictest lines and it will 1-c compulsory for all' bookmakers field ing to put in n guarantee. ' .

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Rabbit Skins Dearer [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

Rabbit Skins Dearer AVinchcombo,..Cai'son Ltd. report: Offerings of . rabbit skins at Wednos day's Sydney sales totalled 33* tons. Demand was.stronger values showing _;an average" advance of Id. to 2d. per lb. Prices for.racks and autumns felt the improvement least. Incom ings made from SOd. to* 32d per lb., autumns 28d. to .283d., racks 25d. to 2Gd., 2nd pelty 29d: to 34d.;*3rd pelty 24d, to 25d, 4th pelty 15d. to ' 17d.,. 2nd does- 20d.- to 24d., 3rd does 13d. to. iod., , J . and - 3 growns 17d. to 18d:j^kittens' and.smalls 4d. to lOd damaged -10d: to: 22d., 1st greasy 14'.l. to 22d;;^2nd greasy,.4d. to lid. Blacks •realised to* 17d.,,fawns to 47(1. Best hare, skins made from 0/- to 9/- per doz.^2nd 1/- to 4/Gd.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"The Wonder Boy" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

' ■The Wonder Boy," ' - "Tlw Daily Chronicle" describes Bradiuanas "the. wonder boy^ of Aiis ftralia," and says it. cannot "visualise hinv getting out il he is willing to con tinue .to play every ball with .careful fluency of stroke; '"The Morning Post" says it is joyous.to cecUie Aus tralian's second. Trumpcr, in varying phases; "The Daily Telegraph',",said Bradma,, has won eveiy heart by hi.s confidence. The .♦paper., adds .that , it mhy be. debatable': whetiier he .i.S; an-; -jUk"-' Trumpi'V. but he ;s cer.ainly a. 'batsman ftf'thc highest doju'ee. Wedding A very pre'.ty wedding was solem nised, at' Anieli 11'e on Saturday,. May 3rd, thc-,'=onU)jcting parties being Miss Marie O'Conncll, . youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'ConnalK -of: Mudgee,, and Mr. It. pi rib fifth ron of Mr. and Mrs. ir. C. Firth, of Coonamblc. ' , • , A ♦ IS ' Gulargarabone Show • The OulOTgambonoN-annual Show amj Carnival v/.'U be held on Friday and Saturday, May- 23rd , and . 2<lth .., ...

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

I - - I Broken Wrist | Whilst engaged 'pushing: the razzlc I dazzle at the. combined . Schools' Pic nic on .the Show Ground yesterday, 'Mr. Bob Triulget: slipped and.ro ! ceived a- badly broken -left wrist. An ] otllsr ace'dent happened on the way to the grounds when one of the school l.'oys fell ^out of a caiy but beyojid receiving, gravel rashes no bones were broken. . ■ O O * C.W.A Social at Mendooran A very successful dance and pro gressive/ euchre party was arranged by two C: W. A . members (Mcsdames F. Hartley and W. Giddings) at the residence of. the former, "Granches ler/' on 4th April, in aid of the as sociation Building: Fujiid, wiiites n Mendooran correspondent. The ver andahs were enclosed for . dancing and two rooms set apart for cards. Over 80 people were present and most enjoyable evening spent, and at a result the fund will benefit to the. extent of £5/12/0. A first class supper was served and the euchre ■prizes went to Mrs. E:' Byrne and Mr..- Alex Lang, . whilst th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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KEITH WALLACE TO PLAY FOR GILGANDRA Addition to "Weekly" Staff Will Arrive in Town To-Morrow [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

KEITH WALLACE TO FLAY FOR GILGANDRA nxa Addition to "Weekly" Staff ; Will Arrive in . Town To- - Morrow • , • JCcith Wallace, who will be: remembered by all local, football fans for his dashing' play in the two contests last season between " Gilgandra and] Hannah'jb Bridge, . has accepted a position with - the Gilgandra '"Weekly" as reporter, . and will arrive by train on Friday (to-morrow). For the past two -seasons Keith has played wiih the renowned Hannafh's Bridge team, as centre three-quarter, and was one of the outstanding players of. the side. J„ his first season with the wearers of the green jerseys he captured ijhe try-getting honors by "scoring 33 tries, and followed this ..up by again topping the list last cs.'json with ■■ three ex,tra. This season he has had tempting offers, from several clubs, including an invitation to play with North Syd ney, but prefers the country and j thus ''las accepted the position at Gilgandra^ He is 26 years of age clnd in the heydays of his f...

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

WEDDING BELLS —X Voss—McLennan ;A very happy .wodd-'ng wus cole-" bi'aU'd at- "Maiala," .lijumuhgorio^-on 'Friday;. April:4 ' The- coWacting.parr.: ties wore ■ Miss • Flora: Jeancttcj.r only .daughter, of Mr: and Mrs. N;"l. Mcr' Leiinun, of "Maiala,'\and Mi*. 'Earn est Frances • Voss,'"'grazier,'- third- son of F. Voss, of "Severn Downs," Ahlilickl, ::-ti'Tho event had a.; unique.i.setting,, the. lawn-'be'ng chosen* for the- cere mony, with1 nature's handiwork for decoration. '.The .bride wore a smart "brown tweed costume, with Lido blue hat, worn oil' the face. She carried a sheaf of pinlc gladioli flangipanni and mai den hair, fern. ■■ .-. Miss Sue Godwin made .a charming bridesmaid. She looked smart in a new'brown satin frock, cut on (he latest lines, with, shoes to:.tone/ and • a .black panne velvet sou'wester ,hat A beautiful shower bouquet of :pinlc carnations and maiden hair fern conir. plctcd. ' ■ Mr. Angus McLennan assisted-the bridegroom, and Mr. S. I. McLennan gave his da...

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MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 11. Citizens of New South Wales are asked to celebrate Mother's Day (11th. May) by subscribing, in honor of their'inothers, to help less fortun ate'mothers who arc forccd to seek: aid: at-the most critical t'me-of their livos. ' The Women's Hospital," Crown '' Street, Sydney, admits ■ '.over: 3;000/ women to the wards and'2,000 babies are rborn eaclr year-under i'S carc. These patients arc brought from all parts of the State, and even from as far as .Lord -I-Iowe 'Island-. ;v:: Every: day tales'of almost;unbeliev able poverty. and suffering arc unfold ed: by. the patients treated,in the Hos pital, and in the district. The Sister in charge of the District was called to:;;a :case at Lilyfield very early, this morning',' and;found the -mother ■■ des perately . ill with " only one '. worn, blanket on the bed and three children huddled together on. a stretcher try ing to keep warm. After attending to the patient, who was too ill to be moved to Hospital, the Sister left ...

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TENNIS Presbyterian v. Gilgandra Park [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 8 May 1930

> TENNIS Presbyterian v. Gilgandra Park On Saturday, 3rd' May, the Gil gaiidfa Prosbyterian .Tennis Club , played tlieir first match 'of the season i against the Gilgandra Parkland after, i a very: enjoyable afternoon:the match resulted in a wiii for the'Presbyterian ' club by-8. sets to 7 sets, the'score be ing as follows (the v Presbyterians score being lrfcntioned first):.—. Miss A_. Leake and A. McCutcheon !-v.: Miss 0-; -McCutcheon and S.' -And i erson 0—0; v. Mrs; Christie and L. Egglcbton, 0—1. • , ' Miss. Sky- and 0. Molkentin v,' i Mrs. Christie and L. ISggleston G—2; v.J - Miss 0. McCutcheon and S. Anderson 1—G. Miss B.- Boone and F. Caffin v. i Miss L.' Garling and Nelson 4/0; i v. „Miss L. Johnstone and. L. 'Don-, inelly G/3. I Miss. P. Wake' and H. Bonningt.).T i vMiss- L . Johnstone - and:: L. , Don-. nelly 2/G; v. Miss L: Garling and W. Nelson 3/G. Misses Leake' and Sky v. Miss O. McCutcheon-and Mrs. Christio 0/2. Misses B.-Boone and P. -Wake v. Miss (Lik Johnstone...

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

Bathurst Show   The Bathurst show concluded on Thursday last in glorious weather. The ring events were exceptionally good, and everything passed off most successfully, and the takings were satisfactory, comparing favourably with last year, which was a record   one.  

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

• • V\ • •• ;May 2C^»t and 21st, 1950 NIGHT SESSION 21st MAY, 1930 SPECIAL P\SSr;:NGER TRAIN WednesdayjUilst May, 1930 Gilgandra. dep i0.15 a.m.\Dubbo den. 10.10 p.m. 'r"n" \ :--Eumuncei'ie dep. 10.50 a.m. Etiiiiun^erie dep. 11.4, p.m ? JDiibbq, ' arr. 11.50 a.m Gilsandra arr 11.45*p^ni. ",1* The above Special train will call at intermediate platforms where-re 'quired; to 'pick up and set down passengers, respectively. • •* * r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

NOTICE TO LADIES I Will bo'givei;--on Saturday, May 1 - ). l,7tli at 3.30 p.nu in theorystal Pal i - ace Hall,- Gilgandra of DRESSy,CUT TIN, -MAKING AND DESIGNING. - V . ■Mrs. Wilson of the- Stanley System Dress Cutting, Making and Designing, offers a ge'nuj.ne oppqi'tunity to every lady:-who wishes to'smake. ..Iter own frock, underclothing-; etc;; Paper, patterns cut, Tadies own material;cut, • "Every: lady -cordially' invited. . Will visit ^Tooraweeni^lv on -Wed nesday afternoon, May 21, at tlie -Me Morial Institute, at 3 p.m., "and: at Gulargambone on Wednesday May 21 at Brian's Hall, at 3 p.m. WINGADEE SHIRE i. Tenders Tcmlers arc invited and will be received up to 5 p.m. 27th May, 1930 •Say tla; following:— • • • Coiaract 3/30:., • r Construction, of: a-stone Causeway on roaS Coonamblo-to Coonabarabran no.'U' Uotua. . • - 1 Contract 4/30: • . *-.■> liemotal , of - approximately -.230 trees onfyond Gulaiv-to J3ox -Ridge. ■ • Ustial\h deposit; must " accompany fender.'. Lowest...

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HOSPITAL ORGANISER Mr. B. A. Badgery Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

■ jr - HOSPITAL ORGANISER Mr. B. A. Badgery. Chosen ■i- . ... - ■' : After general -business was dispos ed of at: the Gijgandra-Hospital coni niittee .nieetihg on 'Tuesday night, a "short" -sitting was held in camera to deal'with,- applications "received for •the';,advertised' posiiioh ' of - paid or rganiscr- tothe institution' in- connec tion". with'., -the systematic ; contribu tion scheme recently adapted v There 'were, seven -Japplicantslfrom-cGilgan-r: dra'*and 'surrounding districts/-; The salary is' £4 -per week and. 10 per cent I commission on*- the first £1000r 12 & i per cent.: on the.second £1000' and 15 i per' cenfeall over" -that . amount." - A months notice: on either side- to teiv mina e the'engagement. • " ■Much time was devoted to examin ing > thev qualifications and testimon ials of the applicants, after which-.a :ballot.;was taken, Mr. .B. v A. Ba-d l-ger'y, :of- Gilgandra, being "successful.' I Mr. -Brown emphasised that it .was necessary for Ihe ." o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

- C. A. MuVphy's for Nov.nnd Second . Hand Furtuturd. • ■: v « v * «• Woods' Great 'Peppermint Cure For Influenza Colds. __ • .

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P. and C. Association [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

P. and C. Association The secretary .of the'Parents and Citizens' Association wishes to ad vise that-the next meeting will take place on the 4th Friday in June. There will be no meeting May, ow ing to the s.chool being on vacatioij.

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GILGANDRA ALL-HEIGHTS RACES A Propitious Opening Dual Success by Ueda and Meadow Lark OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

GILGANDRA ALL . HEIGHTS RACES , A Propitious Opening ; Dual Success by Ueda and »/• Meadow Lark • " .OFFICIALS President, Mr, A. J; Habgood; judge', Mr. . P. C."Miller;: time-keeper, Miv J. Fleming;-starter; Mr. A;- Be'iis Icy; stall steward, Mr. J. Ryan; cleric of- the, scales,' Mr; >T.,Davies; book- i maker's stc ward^.Mr. -A;; JI-IabgooJ; i clerk of course,;Mr;"J.-.'^Vriglcy; black i board ^steward; - Mr.-. G. . Humphreys; i secretary,"Mr."-G.i;S.Gotteti.;iassistai]t secretary," Mr. G: -Humphreys ;:stipen diary::ste\vard" and handicappeiy Miv Percy^Barton (Gulgong). , Though .-.-a" chilly : south - easterly breeze accompanied yesterday's bril liant -sunshine, ^weather "'"conditions were rather tcasant for' the1-. inital meeting. conducted,under the auspices of the recently inaugurated - Gilgan dra Pony and All-Heights Race -Clubi on; the Gilgandra "Racecourse. In every respect the- venture-1 must be ■ consider ed satasfactory, and -.the officials- are to- be complimented on th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Railway Returns [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Railway Returns The railway returns for the month of April are now available and we are. indebted, to Mr.lA.. D. Connell for the r following information. The re vcnue;for the montfi shows a decline of £240 f over the! same period as against. fast ycarj What is most, pleasing is that the.^umbers of trucks of stock inwards styow an appreciable increase. The following are the figures for April 19^9 and 1930. 1930 being! mentioned first: Tickets is sued: 145, 211; coaching 217, 244; goodfe 16G, 5G2; live stock 514, 341; miscelaneous 1, 21;. total 928, 1108. Inwards: general goods 45, 73; wool, wheat, and hay etc., 55,453; Out wards, general goods 1G, 3G; wool, wheat and hay etc., 15, 2G. total 131, Wool, bales outward 8, 23; inwards trucks 1,30; outwards 0, 1; wheat in. 0, 3G0; cattle in. trucks 50, 3; sheep in, 126, 19; cattle out. 2, 1; sheep outwards 20, 11

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CR. HITCHEN RESIGNS From Lighting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

CR. HITCHEN RESIGNS From Lighting .Committee. i Asweek before the last meeting,: o£ the Gilgandra . Shire Council,. Cr. 'P. i.G.*'IIi chen tendered liis resignation iT4rom*--thc;-CoirncJl,s~'Lightiggf:;*;Com llTitlec, ^leaving • Crs. ,-Townsendv>:and -O'Neill- to carry on, and these'coun cillors^ tendered -tiisir: report at last: Friday's,meeting. ' , ,i _ •vvsvReferrifigvl'o-'.tlJCvmatter-.fon^Priday/ Cr. Townsend said he particularly, re gretted Cr. Kitchen's 'resignation when the lighting, undertaking was'in such a precarious: position, and would Jike him to -reconsider; his; decision.: Tf."another councillor was" appointed ! it would, mean additional expense as, thoo'her councillors liv.ed out of town It was up to Cr. Hitchen to shoulder, hisf share of the burden and not get> out at .the present time. ' . . ' ■ ;As: no one .'was anxious-'to' accent: ■the* position i the appointment of an other member to the lighting- commit tee was 'allowed -to stand over .until the next m...

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