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THE LIGHTING PLANT "Capital Expenditure Far Too High" Increase in Power Rates [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

THE LIGHTING PLANT "Capital Expenditure Far Too High" Increase in Power Rates i When discussing the balance sheet i of the Gilgandra Shire Council Elcc-. tricity Undertaking at the'last-shire meeting, Mr, J'. B. Swords,. :Shire; Clerk, said that if the undertaking: realised the full book value of all the assets the Council would walk out with £4. If sold it woud "certainly not realise its full value. Two '■items': were very prominent in: the balance sheet, viz. low return from''electri city generated and . capital -.value -'fair too high. EjTecfricity. ':.cost 9d.-y*«4.o generate but was sold for 3d,- Tlie' undertaking was never in a positions to indulge in the capital expenditure;" and too much had been'spent .'on en-: gines, only £4800 ; was. bqing ;reveiv ecl from'115 h.p. In; reply; to -Miv Almeida; the,clerk, said ; the reason' ; other sconcerns ' bail , larger capital;' expenditure -and-; were; making a'success'o'f the business iwas. because- they : had worked over . more, yea...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA HOSPITAL COMMITTEE Reports and Letters [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

GILGANDRA HOSPITAL COMMITTEE Reports and Letters . The nionthly meeting of the Gil "gandra District. Hospital*! Committee ■. .was held,at,the Literary Institute on. Tuesday , night, when the following were present: 'Messrs. L. D. Serisier (President), W. Tibbits, "IV. A. Erown,"F. ..Pardon,' C. lOfl'ner, J. Rogs, B. Goufd, A. Mudie, IT, Hor tley,-and A. E. .Townsend (secret ary) . Apologies for -non-attendance - were received from 'Messrs. G. A. • Withers and . -Cameron. The, Matron1 reported' that there ware three patients .in the institution on Marcl: 31,. and since then 21 pa tients had been admitted. Seventeen ■ of the 24 had recovered and been discharged; Two had.died. At the ,end of April five remained in hos pital, two males and three females. Fees received totalled £22/8/0, while donations amounted to £4/4/0. The undermentioned gifts were acknow-, ledged with thanks:—Jam,. Mrs". .B. Linke; pumpkins, Mr, Lindsay-,"(Bal Indoran); wood, Mr. I". "Beveridge, Mr. G. Tomkins, Mr." ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"JEW'S SHOP" Council and Deduction From Employees Wages Effort to Charge Collecting. Fee [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

"JEW'S SHOP" Council and Deduction. From Employees Wages " Effort to Charge Collecting. •/ ■ ■ Fee " . - . ; Cr. Hitchen -monoplised" half Fri ■day's meeting of the GilgandraShiro .Council,!-and a susgostioh- from Qi'., j ,W. r/G. Hayn^s-that "we want 1 ai special ^meeting-every quarter to con sider .Gr; IlTEchen's""objections" might well bo carried out, as this Council lor nevei'' misses" an opportunity of inquiring into matters concerning tho . vaTepayei's. When orders of the day were ' being considered, Cr. Hitchen moved tliat in future a c[Harge of 15 pisr cent, be made on all orders collected by the office staff '■ from, employees wages to cover - .^ < cost of duty jfftampb, receipts, etc. •. v;v: l-Io~sai3 it was "a golden rule . )"ri .the/rdays of the, earlier councils that - any employee did not pay his way '* |hc,;.was> dismissed. The Council was ~ ,: not legally bound to collect theso . orders/yet'a-good deal of time and , expense-was involved ■ The President...

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

, SHOW NOTES Easily the attraction in our town next .week will-'ibe the.annual'P. and 'ki-Show which .will be held on-Fri day-and. Saturday, :23rd'.and 2-lrh May, and for which1 .secretary,;Mr. N. 0 . Kingsley' ha^ arrangements, well in > hand., This will ;be the, 12th an-' nual show held and promisesto. be. aw. .outstanding success. ' . . . : The committee has catered for every taste in; compiling the programme..: An event that promises to arouse, keen interest is" it he 100 yards Sheff ield Handicap and for which a large entry has ,bee4 already , received. Runners from Mudgee, Gilgandra, ' Coonanible, Bara'dine and many oth er places are aanong the entrants, and keen tussle! to annex "the big money are expected. Numerous enquiries have also been received from fiountry centres for both hunting and trotting events'. Perry Bros. hav| been .in touch with the secretary qnd it is likely that they will have Mitries, - . The various other sections will also obtain their quota of entrie...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A TICKLISH POINT Hospital Committee and Contribution Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

I , A TICKLISH POINT Hospital Committee and Contribution Scheme On the horns of a dilemna! That [is the prcdictment of members' of Gilgandra Hospital Committee at -y bir monthly meeting on. Tuesday -i" [jhfc in respect of the ""rates -: pre-S :^ ibed" rule in>' .connection ;.with'<*he"'£v' tribution scheme, which was" tly adopted; but has not-.yet corned existenceOfficial ■ enlighteiir-;;O t is to be sought to clear away doubt and misunderstanding. N Che President (Mr L. D. Serisiev) led the indefinite character •of- th-jt tcs proscribed," covering the>feas;^/? be paid by Contributors^ ; ' ' Mr. ""Serisier said seemingly- the w • ' ..lly interpretation of the "rates pre cribed" was the rate fixed^by; 'the . >i. Commission or by regulafion.; He-had mcntioncdvthc ■ complex 'point„tov Dr. 'Jarliulon. wliu 'ventured••thef.fiuggas^y" tion that 'it would be advisable for. the committee ,to~get an;untorpreta- - tion of the rule in question from' the Commission. lie (the...

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

r'nio"' mi r- Tailored Suits' *1\IV ■-S tai ea'e : Men:.wUb;havetlieir. suits, tailored " ^okorclcr licrovorc assured-'of the fuUimate. >.in /Tailoring style con 'reUneas.■ . In .addition; they secure Tailoring" value-that-has no equal elsewhera in I he district—a value that bo comcs' more apparent after the . suit' has been worn for * fe\C months. We do not cut quality to meet the - den.and- of a low price, but yrm can safely say that our-Tailored to-order suits give the. greatest "Tailoring satisfaction oisih}e to obtain. • Joseph A. The Leading W«(ern T aPor ^ COON AMBLE f dzri ffrrm 'seconds' game. , Dulcic Ryan was rather off c and was often caught out of posi L! u: she is very young and gives ty of promise. * Jean Hacker .was another I her usual standard. She often ed . to make' .the'best use of i golden: opportunities- presented. Amniw tVio seconds Daisv Be carried off honors'in the forwards. | She was repeatedly, in the pr'cture by [jher vigorous'and /vvell-;iudged stroke...

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST . Sunday, May 18th: Gilgandrn : 3 - p.m. and 7 p,ni;Ballad'oran 1 p.ni. A; R. • Lloyd;> Evangelist. -. PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII No Service next Sunday ow'ng to.. Crowi;,Assembly:in Sydney. - < •..:May; SJ-h-rrGuliirgaiiibo^ip Loyola 3 p.m. Coonaniblc 7.30 p.m? Rev. Burton, Minister.

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

-- Golf Lecture ' •••- ?"-v * To'-niivlitv. in the' r.rv.italo iPlila'CO ITaU Will Covry will lcclure on Rolf opd also exhibit s'ow niolion pjctiires of leading; players, also a Fi)cciu;jv nv'nai'ed picture of Bon BradmaniiV action. , Admission is frop. • i

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

tf^ep Pace,^y !»nv«t time J Jtilvi; tfviwhfc »iive lolimic Y'OUR friends will be amazed ivhen you tell them this beau-' tiful piece of furniture is really an electric sewing machine. Place it anywhere and connect the.. cord to the nearest light socket. Sit comfortably with both hands and feet at ease while you gently . press a lever with your knee and ' en oy the thrill of sewing without . labor. TheWcstinghouse Motor built-in theaitnout-of-sightsewsas slowly and carefully as you wish—or three times as fast as your old machine—a tiny electric light illuminates your stitching, so you could sec to work perfectly in the evening twilight. No matter how you Tove yout old machine let us place this ELECTRIC.in your home—it costs less than a farthing an hour, to run—use it for a week—try it —without the slightest obligation • to* buy it. We will alIow,£5 for your old machine regardless of Age, Make or Condition* Easy Terms Arranged. Call and. Sec lis: The Western. Stpres. 'and Edgley's Ltd....

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EUMUNGERIE NEWS RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

EUMUNGERIE NEWS ' - (From our.. Correspondent) RAIN Rain of a general character felt t throughout the district on Friday and Saturday last, the average fall being about 30 points. More i-ain will be. appreciated by all. A large area of wheat has beon sown, and : a ' large area is up looking very healthy." The germination has been good, and thb foundation of' a large crop, is already laid. Several have quite a laa*e area yet to sow, on the. o'her hand some have already-finished. • AMBULANCE MEETING ' On the- night of May; Cth at- the local hall, a public meeting, convened by Mr. A. Jones,- to. receive: delegates from the Dubbo District Ambulance committee, was held, Witlv a repre sentative gathering of 27, Mr. G. Thompson (chairman) briefly intro duced the deiegates'and said that the meeting hail been convened for the purpose of forming a local sub-com mittee. Mv. Giles (President of the.Dubbo District Ajnbulance) thanked the lo cal citizens for their p'ast helpful support; which had...

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Protests by Shire President Against "Inaccurate" Reports FAIR CRITICISM RESENTED BY CR. TOWNSEND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Protests by Shire President Against "Inaccurate" Reports FAIR,CRITiCISM RES EI'(TED BY CR. TOWNSEND In submitted his minute at las. Friday's Gilgandra ■ Shire '.Council 'meeting)' Olv E .Townsend (president), madeN. the follow, ng report:^—*: r , l'Avisli.to record' my pvntest.against; i the manner, in which.-'Goltncil'Vafl'airs have, been imported in the locfll 'pre.is.: It is' a pity; that . <he",public, is - not served/.v.-lth' more - acduratc- reports and 1 trust that tli.s pvotest iriay havt; that-'effect; .-V . In support oi the above,. Gi\ Town send- said ha-was ^amazed at the ex traordinary ar.iclc in reference'to :the electric l:ght quest on: in an 'issue -of the local press after the last meeting'. For: the benefit oE tl;c -writer'he ad vised that a- copyk of Webster's dic tionary be secured, -o ; hat ,the proper meaning; of sponsored nvght become known; • The-electric ligr.t at the pre sent time required every, assistance, and i; seemed a pity any criticism \ya...

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"BILL" CORRY'S VISIT Noted Golfer's Great Record [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

"BILL" CORRY'S VISIT Noted Golfer's Great Record W. ("Bill") Corry, the distinguish, ed professional golfer, who is in Gil gandra to-day to play, demonstrate and lecture, is proud of the fact that he's an old Bathurst "boy". He first saw the light in the City of the Plains well over 30 years ago. The popu lar little golfer has proved an al rounder, but it is at golf that he has risen to greatest heights. He learnt the game, which, the novelist Mark Twain facetiously dubbed " a good walk spoilt," as a caddy on the Bath urst Links nearly three decades ago. He was a naturally gifted exponent and season after season ho went from succes to success in the golfing world until he won his way to the forefront of Australian ,7pro" play em Recognising his remarkable prowess and keen business acumen Mick Simmons Ltd., one of Sydney's icading sporting firms, obtained his services at a Ulcerative salary to take j charge of its golfing activities. That wa.T over four years ago .so that evidently g...

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WEEKLY COMMITTEE MEETING Gilgandra Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

r WEEKLY1 COMMITTEE . * - MEETING'- • :- ;;J • GilganiJra Football Club ' v.. The ^-President i (Mr. II.; -.Campbell)' . .cs.eup-cd" the clir.tr ^ at' tlic-v weekly committee meeting of-thc. Gilgandra r Football Club, held: in the L fevary - Institute -on Monday night, when ■ there-was a 'l«'.'gc attendance-of the comnni.ti'aonion. • Those present wove: Messrs. -M. : Morris; 'J: HCirm," "Ji.v eC Lewis; lit Collison,' J. .-Morris;. \V. O' Neill, A". I-Iobbs;. J. Mor.ley. 13. Mudic, A.-.Weston,.' and - the secretary, N. BitK^'/.-V?;; ; •. ' ■■■".: A letter waVread irom the Dune doo idub notifying' that a knock-on; football -competition- \yould bo h'.i on:Sunday;.lst..June, entries clos.np on - the 26th'_ May? = Word was »1.«( rece.wed of the-big competition to hi held" at- Coonabarabran on K ng'.1 .Birthday, when- the; prize money .o tailed £100. • It was decided. that- a: ilicy were in the inter-town eompeti tion nothing . definite could 'be doiu in regard--to these compet'tions. - T...

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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

G U L ARGAMBONE RAINFALL • 1887*to 1929 ' Appended is. a table showing the-.nohthly rainfall at sGulargiambone since: 1887. : At our request "the-figures were supplied by- the Government Moterologist,-and are therefore correct.- -■■■ . • • Year Jar .,l?eb "Mai .\Anl; May Juiu July Aug. ;Sept.'Oct.ANov.;Dcc.- Year :-Pts. Pis. •Pt's. Pis. Pts. PlF. P >Pts. Pts. IJts. • Pts. Pts I Pts.. 1887 . 356 :Mig "372 < ,72 391 1] 5 280| 361 '• 28 ,155.1 1181 777 ' 31*49 1888 .103 898 210 40 110 30 T.—''" — I' —• j. 188,!) 151 203 263 *548 708 . 343|';193 335 -543 455 494 366 -1597 1890 • 483 926 753 339 101 653 . 175 '245 282 .'115 : "' 5 7 133 4502 -1891 67,9 - 40 469 ■212 140 296 ,1.87 282 260 .137 110 123 3.150 1.892 .180 T:,'—• •187 160 315 153 218 39 ^83 267 258 222 ^ 2301. 1893 322 135 "415 "90 550. -.371 ■217 281 '-52 30 184 ' 13 " 2665 1894 44J. :242 .908 ;.3"85 90 168 24 175 135 •155 80 263 3066 ! 895 .?.'8'82 90 V 105 ■; 70 115 332 ? 202 ■446 2162 ISpG 45 1053 135 .'196 5...

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SHIRE NOTICES OF MOTIONS Five to be Considered Next Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

r^iai^ra®aaaEera2(BBOTEraEQi3»s^aaraaffiaBOT - SHIRE NOTICES OF MOTIONS Five to be Considered Next Meeting Weston; that all members be asked to pay 10/- entrance fee, was defeat ed on being put to the meeting. [ The secretary reported that no 'watch could bo arranged for Sunday, lie had tried Dubbo, Dunedoo, Men-i dooran and Merrygoen, but all clubs were taking'part in the Gorup mat ches, and as a result would not havo (heir full teams available. Mr. E. Mudie tendered his resig nation from the selection committee, and on the mo ion of Messrs. .T. -Tlcrirn and M. Morris, Mr. E| S. Lewis''was appointed to fill the va cancy. Messrs. W. Creenaune and I'. Gibson are to be approached and •vskikl will thc.y act as advisory sele^ tors, as it' was pointed out they would view all the matches played on the local ground and would know more abou; the sec6nd graders, a1! <110 other selectors would be follow ing the firsts. • Ow!nir to the Lodge withdrawing from the second grade inter-d...

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

w 4! ''' 'A " .,,, The achievements of Amal gamated Wireless (A/sin) Ltd. are due to the initiating (Senilis and untiring efforts of over 1,000 Australian workers. Our thanks go, too,y*tf the Australian public, vmb share with this all • Australian Company the national tri umphs of wireless perfec . tion from the experimental steps of seventeen years ago, and whose support has made possible such noteworthy national services as: Beam Wireless Coastal Radio Marine Wireless Pacific Island Radio 'A.W.A. have also pioneered in Australia shortwave over seas broadcasting, wireless telephony and the manufac ture of' wireless equipment, and now have pleasure in presenting— THE NEW " FISK " SERIES RADIOLAS built in Australia for Aus tralian conditions. To hove accomplished this solely in Australian work shops and loboratories and with .Australian workmen alone, is an achievement of which we are justly proud, and which has truly singled out A.W.A. as Australia's National Wireless Organisa IC; A...

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

ANNOUNCEMENT The Chevrolet For GILGANDRA AND DISTRICT Whiteman 81 Sons Hare much pleasure in announcing they have secur ed the Dealership for the above Cars and Trucks and solicit the Patronage of all Chevrolet users and intending Purchaser* IWpfcMUT Service Station:—MUNRO'S GARAGE

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

i::::::::iii: asnn HERES SOMETHING TO INTEREST YOU .•/i .. if . -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 stripes, pin heads, checks, and fancy weaves, iry Greys, Blues, Browns, Fawns, and Fancy Lovat Mixtures. Also Splendid Assortment of; Plaint 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. ■ ' ' . < ... <-3 Other Prices £5/10, £6/6, £6/17/6, £7/10, £7/17/, £8/8, £9/9/0. Bon't Belay, Call immediately and inspect our Large ' Range of Patterns. i OVER THE WEST PHONE 3 & 5 GILGANDRA

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

Distressing Accident Cecil Frost, the fourteen year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frost, Lewis Street, Mudgec, was out riding the other day, when his horse became frightened, and getting beyond con-, trol, dashed into a fence, with the result that ihte lad's left leg was shockingly lacerated, the flesh being stripped from knee to ankle. He was immediately conveyed to a private hospital, where is was found neces sary to insert 30 stitches jn wound. The lad is now doing well.

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Gold at Bourke [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Gold at Bourke News of a reported rich discovery of gold at Granite Springs, near J Bourko, has caused a rush to the I field, but whether the ore n s'lfttei cntly ilch to justify the rush that is setting in remains to be seen. Gr»*« ite Springs is 48 miles from Cunna-' mulla, and 180 from Bourke. Groat j excitement prevails,^ and people are j anxiously awaiting further news, i

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