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SORDID CONDITIONS AT FORBES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

SORDID CONDITIONS AT FORBF.S Somo startling revelations regard ing the poverty existing at Forbes were given the l:ght of the day at the last meeting of the town coun cil. The health officer reported that families were living in a .state of squalor, in L;nda street a man, his wife and three '•hildrcn were occupy ing a single roomed shed, with po floor but the earth. In another street a man and wifo with seven children are existing in two galvanised iron sheds and a tent, while yet again a man with his wife and four children are- living in an old sjiop. Other ea ses of squal'd residential conditions wero cited. The Mayor was in a quan dary as to what to do to rectify.the conditions. "We canot turn them, out ■em the roads," he said, "for the rea son that, there were no houses fo" them to occupy." AW. Sam said that, some of these people had walked to Forbes, and. anyhow, ha would sao ner live to some ot th« shacks men tioned. wh«r» they was plenty o< ven- ' tlfotlap tfc»» .J...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

: itiBMisinK.il' in ir»» 113.1" inn; iu« i. CRYSTAL PAL A rE PICTURES WARNING ! Keep a sharp look-out ' for the • Master Crook—he's due;: at'this: Crystal Palace Theatre next Sat • -lu'day week.. [Ie defies de+ect'on • —laughs at-!.)cks and bolts! And ho can ■I'ratflc. Ws way in^o any .heart, to.)! See himself yourself . William!: Haiv,ves' . ■>& • Latest Siicce^ • 5c v "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE" y^Hp? • —Is this wise-cracking,;; safe . cracking joker—this roan1 who fills one with the most human; pathos, with rippling laughter, with thrills and drama—<*his crook/ who safe-cracks h's way • ;••• into-your heart:? See him and: his ways in „ "ALIAS JIMMY r VALENTINE" HE'S HERE .? CAPTURE HIM! and your re-ward wlil be the most • i entertaining and delightful even ing you have sver spent—a night that w'll be full of laughter, pa thos, thrills, and the most dra matic ..movements you everiwit nessed! See • William Haines \ .■ in m i "ALIAS JIMMY! || •' VALENTINE" v ■ i A:...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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INTERESTING LAND CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

INTERESTING LAND CASE. A case of interest- *o> landholders was decided by Mr. Justice Pike in the Land and Valuation Court at Sydney recently. A, letumed soldier. George McEachern, applied for; re valuation of his homestead farm /of 2147 acres. The Land Board increased the value from 30/ tr. 32/ per acre. On appeal the court returned the mat ter to the Board for re-hearing. The Board then on further evidence fixed the value at 30/, the original price. On further appeal, Mr."Justice Pike reduced the value to 25/ per acre. '■> Mr. A. C. Chandler, the well-known land agent of Endeavor House; Syd ney, appeared on the appeals' and argued the case for the soldier set tlor. " • * * •

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WEDDING. . —X. Darcy—Sehly. St ii jigid's R.C. Church, Dubbo,. was n.c Ay {tecuvateci with iiuw'crs "t»y tne 6ir; aks on Tuesday morning^ 26.tu inc., ijbv tiio weudi.ig of iVL.ssJul.vu duer daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. J. J. Sehly, of ''Ciydi. Cottage," Co.- . lie, ana Mr. Jonn Cyril Karcy, of "iiooraioo.a," Coiiuobolin, second son of Mr. and Mrs." T. Darcy,. of ''Travoroaale/' Forbes. Monsignor O'uonneil performed" the ceremony. .During .nc ijign.ng of tne register Mifis Cooper sa.ig very sweetly 'Ave Maria." une br.de entered 1'he church an the aiir. of her lather, who gave hci- away, and .looked charming in tier ivory charitiLy lace J\nd satin robe, softly veiled over p.nlt, and ceatunng tne new long hem i.n<;,.ej: [juis.tely trimmed with rings of hand maue rosebuds and silver leaves. Tno :rain was soft pink and wn.te tuili!, ivkh ripples of tiny fri.ls caught, with sp.ays of orange blossom. Hev pretty exb. uiile veil was held in place with i coronet of orange blossoms She...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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OPENING OF A.B.C. CAFE. Entire Proceeds Given to Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

OPENING OF A.B.C. CAFE. . Entire Proceeds . Given to " ..Hospital. • 0 "V One of the most gancrous donations the Gilganava Hospi.al ever received was.from Messrs raters and.Co., of the A.B.C. Cafe, Gilgandra, who ce lebrated the opening .of"their .premi ses on Saturday last by g ving the en tire takings from 1 p.m. to midnight to \he hospital, without deducting any profit. ■Since acquiring tlic bus'ncss from Mr. II, Baveas the new proprietors have spent close on £2000 in renova tions and installing new fi,'tings with the result that to-day we have in our m.dst one of the most up-to-date re freshment rooms in the country. In honor of the occasion Messrs Peters and Co., arranged a dinner to declare their now premisso officially opened. The Shre President (Mr. © Townsend) pres ded and about 100 citizens attended. The dinner was prepared by Mr. S. lteynolds. of the Imperial Hotel, and was all that could be desired. In deciuring the .cafe open, Mr. Townsend corjratulated the proprie tors...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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ARMATREE NEWS. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

ARMATREE NEWS; _ CRICKET. On Sundqy last th?,, Armatree c-'ic ikQtU-SQotititeyed.'lb'&KSr.da, and wore defeated ,in a 'inenaly gahio by 4i> rlin3lriA-.}!Mackcn ilia beai^wtlliCihc bdt for. Armatrae, staring a-ai tcev.su. A< mcCIi -cneon. made. • a;!:goad) i>3;;£iit. ljevida. Tnc chief-bowlers , for lieriua ■worc M. Robinson (a for 4G) ancli'L. Murray (3 for iQKW. G llet secured' 4. for-:*(>•• tor .ArniuLveeV£cores:— ARMATREE* \V. Twigg, b Robinson - .' ' - i 1 N. Luwrc iC.:C»iisho]n;, l> Robinson Hi P. Law, lbw., b Robinson ■ 0 \V. Mitchell, c Robinson, b McCut ehoon ' ' ; 20 0. Packham, c O.'Neil, b Robinson 0 I A. Macken, b Murray, ■ faO ' A. Richardson, c O'Ne l, b Robinson i> II. Twigg, lbw., b .Murray ' 3 W. Gillcc, not out ' J 2 A. Peart, .c A. MeCutcheon,. b Murray ^ 3 , Sundries 1 * S Total 128 Bowling.—R._McCutchcon Oifor bS;. A. McCutchoon 2 for 16: M. Robinson 5 for. 46, L. .Murray 3 .for 16,VJ. 0' Neil 0 for 6, B. Chisholm 0 for 16.' BER...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

IDALEIGH HOSPITAL CrILGANDRA. a as been thoroughly renovated and is under entirely new Management. Medical, Sulgical and Obstetric cases received. An efficient nurse always on night 5 duty. TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TOWNSEND.; YOUR XMAS CORDIALS. Now Is tho t'me lo order your Cord'aU for Xmas. Get tho best by ordering them from 5. G. TURLEY, Cordial Manufeaturer, Gifgandra. Phone 79. All classcs of cordials "supplied at 3/ dozen, ""

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CRICKET. Week-End Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

CRICKET. I'^eek-End Matches.' ■ Y v On Sunday a return match for a cup will be- played between-the* Colts and Waratah clubs, play commpncirjf; at; 10 a.m.' On the Jast meeting of these two teams the Colts , proved'vic torious rather easily, and' the -Wara* tahs are confident' on this ' occasion of■ turning the tables. The Colts;con sider they can retain the cup,. aid a close and interesting; game sho'ufd be witnessed by a big crowd of-spec tators. ■■ ■■■ ,L The' Colts resowfis v/'ll visit Bun gio on Sunday, and a geed game is anticipated. Playars rife requested !:") be ready at 9.30 a.rr>. its the bus will eove punctual at '.h^t time. : . The followinfi sire the teams:— - Waratahs.—J. Lie-lit, D. Whitton, P. Reynolds, J. j Wiliams, J. March ant, A. Noonan, Dr, Campling,.'-'1. Mills, A. Townsend, G. Dowlinir, <1. Fleming, : C. Holland l?^h,-J. -Fe:-ry 13th. Colts.—E.. Gagjrioni, H.Williams, K. W:ll'ams. I-J. Hc.wnrth, L. Mat rihoit. W. Wilson. D.v Evan. T. Ryan," W.-Ghd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

^ixty-: miles-:, an- hour— and in perfect safety . ,^/OU hayo, in nlJ probability, com- Wc ronfidontSy predict that this ,-S- pared the appearance of the nmnKing car will.meet satisfactorily New For<] with that of tar, finest caj> tho 6r»vcre' standardi by which wc ask you have over known. von to ijidtrc it.-. Now we aeik you to apply this same • btiiTidard to its performance. already done so for thousands Briiift hack to jour mind v- nr fin- f'1 c-:jicricnccd motorists. Owners prcssior.- of llic most snlY factory who" . long ago forsook the light motor ear ' pei-Fnrmanco yo-i have .weight car lirid arc now back in it, experienced. Then conic / lo onr • wllli greater satisfaction the. salesroom for a ride in the New Ford. New Ford ear.

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REFRESHMENT ROOM MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

REFRESHMENT ROOM MANAGER ■■.Mr. G. Dag'nall, of Sydney, who vR!j appointed to'the management of: ho Gilgandi.'a ralway. refreshment •ocnis, in succession, to Mr: Allman, ."■ho.'.was pronioteo to Mores, has la •■on;up duty.

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CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

CASTLEREAGH ELECTORATE. So far the names of four candi dates have been mentioned in connec tion with the ballot to select, a. La bor representative for the Castlereagh electorate. They are Messrs Norman Smithere (Gilgandra) , J. Clark- (Dub bo), Les ^Iurphy (Warren), and S. O'Brien (Sydnoy).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

GILGANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. • Tenders, / TENDERS arc invited for the cart ing -of 1000 c. yards of Gravel oil the Toorawccnnh road,, betwen 8m 52", and-Dm 5Gc; also for Carting- 864 ubic yards from the 11 mile <18 chains to the 12 mile 4Q chains. Specifications may bo..inspected at the ^ Council' Chambers, Oilgandra. Tenders -close a.t 13. noon on 13th December, 1929. ' E UN EST iL \'CVTJ. ' •Acting-.Shy'e'i'Clerk. Council Chambers, » > Gilgandra, '28'/l 17207

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RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

RECITAL. Invitations have been issued.for tno •. ainualiT'ianoforie recital; by the pu pils of,vMiss:3. Dalnmin, which is ;to be held-in the Australian Hall, CI ! panc'ra, on December 17. : - • ■* * ..

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SPLASHES FROM THE NARRAN Leonard's Pride. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

•SPLASHES FROM ! THE NARRAN .... t (By Jim Harpor.) Leonard's Pride. Had any other mar. save Tom Leo nard toJd mo the following' story I could never have brought myself to believe it. But knowing:the truthful nature and .the sunei-b nhvsicaVqunl-' tics' of Tom, 1 have no hesitation in .making the story pubhe. well knowing readers who are acaua-nted with Tom will believe the siory as -readily as I do. Here is tho story in his own words: •s "When I was up north I trot a .inb on a big cattle station called Scarla tina Downs." • ^ If any other tnan but Leonard had 'Hrl mo there was a rtslion 71 Qu?o-i land, or any othov land,'callod Sear 'pfina Downs I certainly would not hove bel'eved it, 1 "I was head stockman. Old Gansv wan. the owner, ihoueht a heap of t>"\ and I had visions of myself managing "'•htina. "Now, Gonn'gnn had a daughter,' What a girl she was! I won't attempt to describe her. but just you pick out the heroine in the mos*: gtisliy j Garvice novel you ever read, and the...

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POLO TEAM FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

POLO TEAM FOR ENG LAND. England is to soc some Australian polo players, and good players, too, as the Goulburn polo tesm,'holders of tho'Dudley Cup, arc making a private *oor. The four Ashton"\:: Brothers will aka the trip, and will leave Sydney' in January with 25 ponies. The English' season starts in May, and finishes at the end of July, and' -ho team will play through.. The ,-.<K.rammo will be arranged later. • •tt,is,.o"£ course,, a private tour on the' part of the Goulbum stars, and there'will,-'as far eb io.known, be vto contest-of "an international' nature.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

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A BLUE BLOOD. Death of D. McLean Jamison [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

A BLUE BLOOD. Death of D. McLean. Jamison The death occurred recently at his residence near Glen Alice, of Mr. D. McLean Jamison, cousin of Mr. D. A Mac Lean, of Gilgandra, a citizen who was held in high esteem by ail sections of ,the community. He wa. an or g'inal councillor of the Shire of liylstone, and held office until hi; death. The deceased'wasborn ai Warran See station, in the old conviot-bui!. home of-the- McLean's, of Capertet Valloy, Warrangec, subsequently ow ned- by deceased's father. fhe late William Henry Jamison, was a free, U'i'ant :n 1823 to Johothan MacLean afterwards Governor of Norfolk Is land, and .formerly curator of tin Sydney Botanical Gardens. Duarl McLean Jamison was a great grand son of Dr. Thomas Jamison, surgeon to the first fleet,' under Governo King, who arrived on H.M.S. Sirius in Sydney Cove, when the Union Jack was struck in Port Jackson in the year 1788. Dr. Jamison afterward:* became the first resident medical of ficer of the city of Sydney and S...

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MR.TREATT TO BLAYNEY As Municipal Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

MR.TREATT TO BLAYNEY ' As Municipal Clerk. From 'seventoen applicants, Mr. R. H. Treatt, formerly clerk to the Gilgandra Shire Counc'l, has been appointed clerk to the Blayney Munie'pality, and will take up duties on December 16. Mr. Swords, who has been ap pointed to G: gandra from Blay ney, will occupy the pos'tion for merly held by Mr. Treatt in G'l gandra, taking up duties on the same date.

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COLTS' CRICKET CLUB. To Purchase New Mat. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

COLTS' CRICKET CLUB. To, Purchase,, New Mat. "'A "general meeting' or'the Gitgan dra Colts' C.'ickct.Chib was held in tho-Momoilari'Sltts'utute1 on Tuesday . night£Mr.^Al.$tt&bbs' presiding.'. Oth-iV .pi-esartBwpfef'e ! fBIessrs- I). Ryan, H. Wos';dnW&?:WiIliam$v -F.', Smith, ;W.' Elsoih, N. Moors, J. Morris, T. iiyan, E. Mud e, N. Pitt (treasurer); and J. Moriey- (secretary). ; ' The correspondence included • .'ot ters from the Waratah Club and Men- . dooran Club, accepting cShia'.llenge'o for their respective i'lubs. Both tha.e matches had been played and resulted in victories for. the Colts. . Warren club; wrote challenging.for. ■' any, trophy, or cup' held by the club, tho match to be played on the 8th inst.—-The secretary'said he had writ- • ton to Warren'to the effect that pr or challenges prevented the club from accepting until" the now year,. Several accounts for cricketing ma- ; terial were passed for payment. The treasurer reported that the gross receipts o...

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IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

IMPROVEMENTS. It is pleasing- to note tlie progress' made, by our business firms, \Wiioh ia an indication of the faith they "have, in our district. Mr. S. G. Turley, whose name ife 6. .household "word where cordials are mentioned, has thoroughly renovated his refresh ment room in Miller street, ."both in side and out. ;The finishing touches are now being put to .the front, of . the shop, which include expensive woodwork ! and mirrors. Mr. James Fleming, our local jeweller,, is also altering the appearance of liis shop', and the change is a big improve ment. " •••

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