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"Royal Blues" Presented With a Cup [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

■ I "Royal Blues" Presented 'With a Cup The brilliant junior, c<3inbinatiori:— known as the "Royal Bl|es',' are ..re-' TOfti support fijopi football partisans, and fiDTt^wenv presented with a cup by|Mrs. Frazer. The trophy is being giveg to the club, and it \vill drawup tiie iples govevn :rgit. .These arebeingiprinted, and an v club thinking they Shave bettor right to the, cup then wlie "Blues" are requested, to! get inltfuch with .the . 'secretary, Mr. J. Rossei® The cup is a very handsome one, and we trust tl\e locals 'will hold Ufor sometime, i All roads .will''lead'ft the-Gular trambonc football" irround next 'Sun day when.the football season will be officially opened: Twos marches will be played. The- "Greeife" will bc( op posed to Gilgandra in'first match of the . Gilgandm Association. The 'ocal team is at present an '.unknown .'lunn ity, but >-the committee will fifi. fielding a strong thirteen, and as the •soas'ort progresses a. stgong team will b:\r.vit .into ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ENGINEER'S RESIDENCE Free Rent, Lights and Rates To Go Notice by Cr. Fallon [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

ENGINEER'S RESIDENCE Free Rent, Lights and Rates j To Go Notice by Cr. Fallon / VCr.' -P .. ..Fallon is one member .of the,/G_ilgandraShire" Council .who is always >on the: look out for. economy, : and : >aty la*st h Friday's: 'meeting : wap jearly^on..his feet .with a notice'of rno . tiqii iiri, regard - tovthe .engineer's re sidence. - 1 ^J.When Mr.-.Almeida. was appointed hto ,:.ihf-position: of . electrical engineer i+to.- tile,:; lighting undertaking he: was | given free-house rent,.light and-rates [for ,the'cottage adjoining the power house,.- (which-the Council purchased [with the" electric" light plant),: and I wlien he was, succeeded by - Mr. ! Brooks recently-TEat privilege was [ continued - in- consideration- of Mr. I Almeida acting as consulting engi [ ncer to the council. " ., . "• | Cr. Fallon said at a time like J , tjhe present they had to * save • 'wherever possible and ho con I> sidered Mr. Almeida should pay .. rent and lighting for the resi |. dence he o...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Gulargambone Joins up With Gilgandra Association [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Gulargambone Jpins up' With Gilgandra Association At a very poorly attended com mittee meeting of the Gialargambone Football Club it was deffided to join up with the Gilgandra (&nd District Second Grade Assocatiofi. Those present were Messrs. B. L. Smith (chairman). F. S: Hawkins, L. K. Ellicott,' H. Pij§ss, J; K.-' Donnelly and the secretary,. Mr. J. T. Clarke. ~ . - || ' Mr. Press reported thg" details of the delegates meeting helfl in Gilgan dra, and stated that, he wgs in favour of Gulargambone joiningjdip with the association. He moved jaccordingly, and tlie motion, secondedjjby Mr. F.' S . Hawkins, -,>vas carriqa. ' The secretary,'of the "Royal Blues'' ■wrote asking that when tSfey pTayed' a game on the ground the skme day the "Grefens" played. that ||ey receive 50 per cent of thi gate^ This, was UCVfted Lo,.jyith_the.p-i-oviion-that the. junior game' must be played for. a cup failing that, mutual arrangements to be made between the two clubs. ." The secretary state...

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

-Sudden. Death ii The - death occurred at hev residence G'Igandra, on Monday night of Mis. Helen: Mary Daly, . wife.- of 'MivvJ., ,'Daly; who conducted a butchery bus-, l iness .near .the .Railway Hotel i-aintil i recently..; In'the. prime-of life, being: '43--vears .of age^iho-'deceased'had a ssudden-ending.'Aftej' -visiting friends^ | she' returned.- home. at: 10 .p.m. and !: complained, - of - feeling ill." Medical i aid;-wasSimmedjat€ly;-secured; but ;s he. I-passed/away at: 3 a. m. . She was. a native" of-.the; 01d ;_Countryi but - had: I n o^ family.:", The'. remains were laid | to rest in the Catholic portion of llie | Gilgandra-' cemetery>on:.Tues{lay,.. I ne | *Rcv;y.»'Father.i"vParker". officiating;'.'-.. Mr. | A7;Hv-Ross had,charge ofythe .arrange ihnents. -' ' ' ' .. > '

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

FOOTBALL •v.. Giving a . brilliant display, The "Royal: Blues" kept a strong Coon amble Ramblers 10 stone team, going all :.the time and. wove only beaten .by ■ 8-points, to nil. -The game i was playcd'at, Coonamble, so that the lo cal- team's performance is the more meritorous.■; The:score was not-made until- come 10 minutes before fuil lime ;■ ■ ■■ ■ "• ;Tihe-'Afollowing [tsam.'represented Gulargam boneH;» Lewis, • R., Lewis, i N. Sutton, .Frazer, Herring. Deehan, Wilson, Stocl«; Thomas,sBrien, Saun ders, and Press. , ! The game was played before a large attendance, who w^ere treated to some spectacular football by both teams. Of the game little need be said. Bot,h sides never" flagged in their,efforts. - Bumps were-given and taken in. a sporting spirit. The .local team's* fine play surprised even the I most ardent supporters who made the :trip, and the form displaced augurs •vr-i'i ffoy- iiiturc matches;;'; . ' ■ • At five-eight Deehan, jplaying his first for Gulargambone, gave a...

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

Vandalism What is supposed to be the work of vandals is /thefdamage done to the boring 1 plant, owned . by Miv C. C. Garling, and whi$h is boring at pre-> sent' at .the C.W"1. A. ■ - Hospital., On: Thursday week last, theA;work . was" held up for some days, when it was found that someone had. .pla'ced a piece of .pipe in tHe- casing, unscrew ed-a piece"of casing ipd-placed some soap powder in the tank under tlio ^engine; Miv Garling is; ata'loss Id understand '' whothe perpetrator could be, though lie is more or less convinced that the one responsible .had a" good knowledge of boring plants.-. It is, indeed hard to believe that anyone would have such a grudge against the hospital as to make the moans by which they are going fo( receive a permanent walor supply the object of their attention: Some days before the damage to the plant'was done, two strangers, who had a gqpd knowledge of boring, so Mr. Garling states, were looking at the plant, but their appearance may only have, been...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RABBIT SKIN MARKET Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd., Wool and Produce Brokers, Sydney, report:— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

RABBIT SKIN MARKET Schute, Bell and Co., ••Ltd., Wool and Produce Brokers, Sydney, re port :— ' , . • The wet weather experienced .throughout many of the cliief- rabbit skin districts^ in the country lately | was responsible for the falling, off in supplies: offered at to-day's "auctions, when- 33iV:t°ns -were, submitted . as against 35i; tons last sale.; < Compared- with last season the ton nage of skins offered at auction this year shows a decline of- 43G tons, which, coupled with the skins treated privately last season;"\vould ,represent a drop of about 2000 bales so.far this year." Strong competition ruled^through out to-day.'s^auctions, racksJand au tumns, which have recently ^failed to reflect the increase in .values; advanc ed id. to 2d., all other grades, again meeting with, spirited support,. rul ing generally Id. to 3d. per.'lb. dear er. . •_ ... .Taken on the average, the market could be quoted fully ld._to!2'l. per lb. dearer. , Current quotations are' as. fol...

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

Armatrae Dah'ce HE • . . Besides being jible- to produce a match winning t#m; the Armatreo Cricket Club car® also- produce the goods when it comes'to running a dance if the funliiofi held on Wed nesday evening o$ last week is any criterion..''-.■TDh.t?:V.<4imco. arranged by them to augmentEthe club funds was one of the most Successful functions held for some time. The hall was crowded—perhaps) a wee" bit uncom fortably—and en|pj;ed to ihe full the 'music- dispensed|'by the Gulargam bone Master Musicians—Hawkin's orchestra.. Duriffg the evening, old time dancing:wa|;enjoycd by all,, and: the applause which greeted each uuinber, urged tV^ orchestra to great-. pv efforts in producing jazz music. Kx'wis,were .plajjed by■ Misses Fergu son, Mill'and Scljumack.

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CLINICAL TEST Interesting Experiment [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

CLINICAL TEST I . Interesting Experiment Research workers in the field of medical science are a notoriously un assuming body of men and women. Day in: and day out they conduct their laboratory -.experynehts -and tests in. ; he hope of further benefiting and re lieving the sufferings of afflicted hu manity. V As a result of their-labours, the sum; 'total - of. ■ medical, knowledge» is constantly being added to. "" But only rarely do these people receive the credit which is their rightful due.. . -Every now and then they -force, .us "to sit up and take notice." Some amazing discovery is made, a'nd for a brief while the searchlight of publici ty is turned upon them. Then they are quickly ...forgotten.. Realising how thankless is the task of their laboratory experts,^Messrs. E. GrifTiths-Hugjhes of - Manchester, the manufacturers of Kruschen Salts* recently made an interesting; experi ment." - , Into : every bottle which ^left the factory for about 3 months, a slip was inserted asking, ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RACING Trustees and Citizens Race Club Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

RACING r.Trustees and Citizens' Race I Club '• Committee ' Meeting : V;tKcori enthusiasm was^tho keynote of the' Wmm.Ubco "nieotiiig . ojf the1 above. club ' held on Wednesdaj>, 7th inst.when the programme for the two days meeting to be held in June was drawn' up. • The following, "\vere i%t thoiimeeting:—Mr. M. K. Warnock (chair) ^■\Messr4 A. R. Byrne, G., Lemon; A. J. Frazer, S. 'G. Saund ers, G; 7T. Smv.h,1 J. It. -.Evans, T. Blackmail, G. M. Winter, J. Spark, H;,Press; J. A. Donnelly, II. Cassidy II. J.,Lewis, J; Craigie,>\V. Devenish, i A. W. Bolgcr, H. E. Brien and the secretary,; Mr...B.: A; An'derson ■ Apo logics were received ifrom Messrs. F. S: Hawkins, G. II,-Best and N. O. ' Kingsley, !, Mr. W. L. Peacock ^vrote advising i that;he was unable to raccept the po-.i sition-oil the committee. - i Considerable discussion took placc i on arranging suitable ^dates' for the proposed meeting,: and® the dates ul timately decided on .^vere 'Tuesday and Wednesday/ 17th and 18th...

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Gypsum as a Fertiliser [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Gypsum as a Fertiliser Gypsum is not a fertiliser, but is principally used Iq correct the dis advantages of heavy and sour soils, and is generally _ used for this pur pose _ in the irrigation a'rea'. If growers expect'to receive the same benefit from gypsum as they do from super.-they will be sadly disappoint ed.1: Superphosphate, as niost farm ers are aware, contains a heavy'per centage of sulphate of lime, which is the principal property in gypsum, and as far as 'wheat'"growing is concerned, there' isa little need for additional ap plications under normal conditions. Possibly on the onion flats or in low lying i country wfhere cultivation is practised, an application of gypsum' may be recommended.

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

-- § Many Happy Returns Many a traveller and inhabitant of the district ig acquainted with the I hospitality .of Mr. and Mrs. J. Litch field of "Culga Park," and with the intention of wishing popular • *,'Jack" senior, manj| happy returns of A"th'e day, a large jSumber of guests gath ered at theirfresidencc on'Wednesday evening^ of lajstweek. The guest of the evening ^elconied all with a smile that one cafj - always /associate ■ witli him, as 110 matter what kind of time, the graziersTare having, "Jack".- as ho is knowfis still the possessor of a beaming "smile. -The < guests had a; yflnt. enjoyable evening, and dancing,;. ng andf.games all occupied their 'olor ition.;. tMi*.-Nv'0. Kingslew.-.pre-' ' 1 at the supper, and called on Mr. tion. yy Armstrong to propose the plen- & of the guests\of the evening, I J. Litchfield suitably responded.^ i clow ?.«*•£ ■V&¥y~KiHcl^vislies faill "nssct'- The time went: all too TUly, and it was a very'tired but Tian>1 ...

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

■•S::-;:^\MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Tracking and General Comcaisnion Agent MILLER ST., GELGiWflWlA. Ajent for Royal Insurance Co. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneer*,. Land anil Stock Sale** men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents. Head .Offices: • Milier Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W;), WARRACKNA ' ? BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Sevpor'i Fui«u Wp, The Patriotic, A*s«rane« Cja. ktd. Loaja negotiated on Froahold and Leasehold socur'Vy.at lowest Rote* of InWcst. - • Printed and Pnbtisbwd by A. B, ft CAMPBELL, sola proprioter, at; fth printing- works, Mill of Strati, dHlgarc dra, New South Waes. A. H,. SMITH. Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA if®.- Me&trp Bofljptiow and aH Class SB •i Baildtnffi. GILGANDRft.. SAWMILLS' R. J. NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QtfAMTY GYPBESB PINE ■ AND HARDWOOD SVPPLIED S* ANY QVANTITT ' LAB«£ ST0CS6 9F JQMXXRJ A MOULDING ALWAYS ON HANK AGENT'S FOR: Hedspn'a P»rf«ttftJtt DootD, 8,A,.LJW. Prepared Pahijti sod Frodncts. SAWmiLV AT J&BB&am...

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

SPIRTING I . •$-»—•— Three representative Gulargam bone sporting teams had inter-town matches on Sunday last. - ; The Golf representatives were the only 'ones to bning a -victory to the town, they delating Gilgandra by G ,to four, with ipne squared for" the "Radiola" Cupf - - The "Royal |Blues" journeyed t?, Coonamble, ana: gave a junior Coon amb,'e team 'lie burpiiise of their lives, being bea'te,, only by 3 to nil. The game was "p thriller, and aroused the keenest excitement. The Hillside®tennis-club had their revenge on th^ local, players -in the return match ■ £$ Hillside, winning by 29 sets to 15 § ■ .

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

GlLGANDRA RAINFALL 1883! Motei gi; year 1883 '188-1 18S5 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 Uli 2 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1,9£C P 1929 sinoa. imeni IToT ii?a 10S6 3853 3927 1171 32S2 4059 3676 2681 2991 3426 1954 2590 2085 2448 2048 203S I 1800 1250 2784 1604 2291 2757 2351 2084 2918 2037 2559 1270 1840 20S1 1346 2918 2297 1190 lioy 2765' 3172 1292 1881 2480 1783 fl 4 . 3 1T94 a tablo showing the monthly rainfall at Gliga: :eqnast the fiffares wero supplied by iiw G id aro therefore correct-. -Lot.. 31 deg. 43 min. ; Long., 148 dog. 41 mfj 114 1185

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

PUBLIC NOTICE -'T- ^ : - Fromr tliis date, I,rwill not be.-.rer 'sponsible for any^tiebts: incurred in my name witiiKfut-'iiiy written consent. (Signed?:-T. J. F. KING, Gular aambone,: .1&75/30. ' : *. DISTRICT HOSPITAL • Wanted—Wood ' The CommitteejaFlhe above would be' pleased tg^eceive donations cf wood; . .• All contributions ! acknowledged through the press. A. R. TOWNSEND, Secretary.

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SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Dubbo Boy Shot in Head Youths' Silly Pranks [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Dubbo Boy Shot in Head Youths' Silly Pranks With a bullet wound- >n lais head, Aubrey Green (14), lies in a serious condition in the Dub bo District Hospital. He ;wlas she'': on Wei^.iesclay afternoon when he on a shooting expedi tion with two other lads,, one of whom' endeavoured to emulate the feat of William Tell, .by shooting at a |hat on the head of the injured boy. ' It appears that a lad named Wil liam Lloyd left with a pea-rifle on Wednesday about 2.30 p.m, to shoot birds on the river bank. On the way ho was joined by Charlie Ferris an other lad, and Green, who lives-with his.- step-father in Bourlce-strect, North I)ubbo. " ■ Shooting at birds and other objects en route, the . party walked across the weir wall, and travelled about 500 yards along the Western bank of. the river:. Here they sat down, and "aft er1 talking for some time Lloyd sug gested that Green should ^holcl a pen cil in his hand, and let him see if-'he could shoot it. 'PENCIL SHATTERED I...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 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 Ltfy the confidence of its • readers in your product ADVERTISING COVERAGE , GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-Wesi.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed-for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per r 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"— PuftlisK , ' ed every Thursday afternoon. ThS Gilgandra "Castleroagh""and Maiv ■ dooran "News" are issued«• with "The Weekly,""BO that advertisers will .'reach readers of three papers •w...

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

Fish Yarn While riding along tlie: beach near Nelson (N.Z.) one .day last month", two horseman noticed a big shark in a lagoon less than four feet deep.. Armed with stout, sticks, they rode into the lagoon and succeeded in kil ling it. The shark,- strange to say, made no attempt to bite the horses' legs, but it_ nearly killed . their dog after it took hold; of one of its fi.ns. The ordination of Mr". Frank M. Peirce, .B.A., as a minister of " Vhe Presbyterian- Church and his induc tion into the pastoral charge of War ren, took place in St.' Andrew's Church recently. I am prepared to supply Farm ers with goods, under the Rural Industry Board 'Scheme. The Exchange Store. C. A. Murphy.

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

THANKSGIVING Three inches of rain! and the wet land lies , , Dimpling with puddles reflecting the skies. - Three inches of rain! and the,laugh ing earth ' Wakes ' for her browness,- green . wish new 'birth, ' . . . - Three inches of rain! the whole .valley nourisKing, Grass, flowers . and trees, everywhere flourishing. Three inches of rain! and the sicken ing fear, ' ' ■. : Growing up in our .heart,- left' •with. . the year. - Three inches" of rain! the' green . •■ growth, after :. - .. Makes, the hearts of the .valley bub j. ble with laughter. God, Giver-of rain! our need, it was sore, Thou - understandest our prayer, Great Giver for more.'

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