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REVENUE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER 1929 PART 1 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

REVENOE'ACCOUNT KO? THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER ,1929 \ - . -PART 1 EXPENDITURE * INCOME Generation of Electricity 20_i5« G • 4! Sales of .electricity ... 2807^:.9.., 4 Distrubution expenses"" 227 13 S "Rents on meters (130 15 0 Management & general j>x- v Sundiies GO 2 3 penses *-147 18 O^Ba'ance, being loss,mem- , '* Depieciation etc / »- 500 10 4 ml in' tiading foi the Special cliaiges- w ^ ^83 * 14 ,2 year now'ended cairied Inteiest-on loan-etc .J * 3G2' 1JU 4 s down' ' . _ 478 3 _ 1 Public street lights* ^ ^ 147 Io>l0. ' " Total , * *' > *3485 " 9~ 8, Tol.il 3485 9 8 - - ^ "PART 2 ' % Balance brought clown 478* 3 1 Loan lales - 410 17* 8 , . " ' <■ .' Balancc carried down 07 5 5 'Total _ , 478 3 1 . Total » ^ 47S' 3~ 1, V . ' PART 3 . Balance .brought down G7 3 5 Loan •• moneys* expended Assets .purchased during during the year 447 7 5 year , ' 028-1 0 5 Tlcpiociation of assets 500 10 1 Payment m mluction of ^Balance, being excess of of doferred ^pa...

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

House Committee Messrs. Goulil, Brooks and Mudie were at Tuesday night's meeting of the Gilgandra District Hospital Com mittee elected as House Committee •for May.

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A New Sport [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

A New Sport ^Gulargambohe young folk are very indebted to Messrs E. Ginty and H E. Brien for giving them the oppor tunity of enjoying another type of. sport—3kating. On Friday last-,- the first night was held in Brien's-Hall and will be continued to -,be~ held on Monday and Friday evenings. Keen enthusiasm prevaile.4, while the many determined attempts made by begin ners to master the art provoked loud ..laughter. The venture is deserving of the success it deserves.

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"PALACE OF PAIN" Our Hospital Wants Committee to Matron's Aid [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

PALACE OF PAIN Our Hospital Wants Committee to. Matron's'Aid . Giigandrn's Hospital/like most in stuutions of its kind, has an, array oi pressing, wants, to^carry .011.; .the. errandwork rior ; S!ck'. andAsuU'orinB iunr.anily,■■'bus-'the--fly in the* ointment ..a -the 'lack of money to - mEot these. requirements. "^The ■" ovcr-incrunsmg. necd.5. nvero ■ thu: suojcct of - much, spirited "debate ;at • Tuesdayvnight's meeting- of ; the. Giigaiulra••.committee'?; men i -Reporting-' on . behalf of the House I -.Commutce, Mi". Mudic stated that i repairs had bee,, oil ec ted at - the. in-* stitutioii."Ho thought the^whole of i the drainage •systtyn'Should be- re constructed, : but realised - that it : would cost too much- to be done at the. prescnfc'time. He also,pointed out the stove needed immediate attention; it was in'< a poor - condition and had practically outlived its usefulness. It was not fair to the staff to allow this state; of afla.ir.s to pontinue, and scar cely an...

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Expenditure For The Year Ended December 31st, 1920 The following particulars of working costs of the lighting plant should be of interest:—GENERATION EXPENSES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Exp endi ture For The Year Ended: December :31st, 1920 • The following particulars of worlc 'irig 'costs of tWligliting^^^ be of* interest:-—, f \ ' GENERATION EXPENSES ... ^ £. s. d . .Feul (including all costs - . to land at* works 664 18 8 Generation Stoves (in cluding stores,voil,Waste k«' V etc. ' " *,283 *1 6 Management Expenses . - (proportion salary of manager 104 14 6 Wages- of generation,;.:'".627;9,. 4 Buildings M. & R. 107 6.8 Dynamos etc. M. •& R. 59' 110 Machinery N.E.I. "M <£ R 153 0 6 Station - wiving M.'&'R. .■ 8 2 1 Sundries v " 7_ 11 3 Total carried to rev.-v " v A/c. , ; 2015 6 4 DISTRIBUTION ' EXPENSES - General'Estab..'Charges ! :• - 60 0 0 management..expenses,\ pro-:. .. portion of salary»pf«man- *•-■■■■: agcr . ' 52 7 4 Distribution wages" (linesman, labourers, e'tc.). -54 1 II Mains. r(all, classes) M&R^- 81 0 9 Apparatus .on consumers pl'priyTj-w. r!•.*-«ft-'iTI. riiiICVIT, vJiKff.T *1'*J," . '.JCS 1VI. 01 It. r ....

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

Woods' Grtat Peppermint -Cure Pot Children's Hack'njf Cough.

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

SHIRE MATTERS Cr. Fallon voiced a protest Ivoni shire, contractors^ in,.having.,their,: sig-; ;naturcs witnessodwhen tendering for. 'shiro;;:contracts);'-aiid ..he, stated- :thfttj the rcontractorsj'objectedyto .'the: prac tice as often -the witness sa,\\" the price and*,conveyed it to * othersyin terested., The - President said contractor.; shou 1 (1 ;• have Jth eir •; papers witn.ossed,'by.' reputable,-;peopleand:, this ,would be overcome. . , > POLLUTED Y/ELLS "• - " , The Board of Health have notified the Council tliat .water, indwells 'it "the -Inipenal an,i 'RoyalHotels, -was |m1 kited.—Mr. Mudie.' ItcaUh Inspec tor, informed the- Council, that, .both hotels are 'using rain .water for chin!:-, nip.- purposes. , ■ '- An application /from E; S.:'Lewis, I of tho'lmperiaiaiotel;'to. deposit.bath, and o'thor water in the.sand bed»ad i -joining the • •x'acec.ouyse-avns*granto'd i •' Prior to rctii'ins from the meeting, , Mr. A. A. Mudie, Health Inspeclof, [informed the Council th...

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The Collie Hall [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

The Collie Hall The.foundation ntono of tho pro posed Coll:e C.W.A hall will bo laid , on May 24, and it is expected that a start will be made shortly afterwards.; A meeting of subscribers was held'last Saturday to determine the disposal-of the funds of the Country Women's ; .Workor's League, but no Csalfay'jiras reaehed, as a unanimous decis:6n could not be nrrivod at.

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Lighting Committee's Report [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

Lighting,Committee's Report "" - The lighting committee, reported": *A' meeting of-the-Lighting Conimit i tec of -the Gilgandra! Shire/'Council? was Keld at 7.30. p:m. on'Monday, 5th May, at the President's office. The 'meeting was attended ,. by-..Crs. i TownseM i (President) '*:and,?.0!Neill.;, Committee considered the two mat tcis lefeued to it by Council, - 1. Question .of purchasing a. sep-* arator-sto ;deal'with ;wast"e oil atipower.i housp. ' ' '2. Question" of reduction ofhours in^ tlfe' electricity .-vundertaldngi vi anil ; also 'a^statement ;of .incomei'and.'cx^i pcnditure for "1929, and' -made*,, the fol 1 owi ng. ;recommendations to Coii n-, cil — ]; That'Council's-contribution for street'■'-.lighting'-i be -increased .■ to? :£50 per month.' < \ 1 ' *■ 2. That the-[charge fofr \power, after" GO uhits ehavo*'been -"consumed,, •in llio: one, month, be-increasedvfr'om; 3d. to 4d. per4 unit; „ "• •/ 3. .That there be no reduction in the houis of opeiation of the e...

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PRESIDENT'S MINUTE Mr. E. Townsend, Shire President, reported.— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

f PRESIDENT'S' * , Mr;-. J3i* Tdivnsend,. Shive'-President;: 'reporlecl.— * ' '* '*,/ , ' The chief . business « to-day wilH.be v to review oui' finances."';'It» is.'more ■than ever apparcnt;-.that' the'.:strictpst.: economy must be ' applied -to-our?pp.-,-. orations—in-fact^inuch 'vvorlc- thakiis urgent will have to stancl over. •It' is essential -that wo .examine every possible avenue:- in which ' a- .saving' may. bev effected. -Our bankers insist that jour, limit of i overdraft imust -io-; vert' "to £3500. Thjs*lwillnioan' that more ratcs'-will -have^tb. bercollectid; or'men will/have;to be put-off. I am- anxiousrvi o ? avoid i-^the :latter alv ternativeA. if - it.- is .at :;all.- possible as it would: onlyfadd 'to : tho :depression already existing locally and .I ^anubope ful that; if wo can ;pull = through i.tliis• year somehow a good, harvest will rectify a lot/of our trouble.*'< • - ■ -;Extra '•vevenue must be ^obtained~ foi'-tho;olcctricvlight undertaking, and: ce...

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

' > MARBLE; BUTCHERY . all BEEF AND MUTTON of TOP quality. Simply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Cattle^-'.*, and Lambs—-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, No. 12-1 in the A.L.W.C. Association. • ' ..'*>■ The-Ewes of the above Stml wove i-iimuiscJ front LOWS anil , G'RANT'S, ami were joined with Lincoln College Special Jjtud Rams, t „ three <o£ the ©Must registered *t«ds -in New Zealand. , The above Ilam Lamb is only 10 months old, and shows gvcal mul- . ton cjiialilics ami character. _ ■ __ - '".V, ; ■ ' INSPECTION INVITED. A Cou>Li, Here's Owck If Cream "of Yeast doesn't stop your cold quicker than anything else you've' ever tried—the package will cost you nothing! Cream if Yeast drives out colds by (j) Attacking the Cause, and (2) By In creasing the system's Power of Resistance. Directly you t...

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

WEDDING BELLS -:o: . '•Mulcahy—Kiely. ' . A'Wedding was celebrated at S\.. • • Nicholas' Church, .Tamworthy on Ap- . ■ ; i'il :'21, v when .-Goraldine, * daughter of ..1 Mr. ;and Mrs. P. M. ICielyi 'of 71a"m woith'and Gilgandia, A'as married to, ' ' Lawience, "soil of Mi and Mis L Mulcahy, of "Taibet," Dubbo ' The ' " Rev.'FatheivWalsh^'cplebratedv Nuptial 'Mass, and. also the_ ■marriage'",, cere mony, assisted 'by ^tlie' Rev. .Father - McDermott. The bride', who - was given ."away by her.. father, .wove an Early Yictorian'gown .of white crepe do chene-.and tulle, _ with a ""trial of• white,.roses and orange blossom.. An embroidered? veil,:.arranged-Madonna; v • .fashion, and caught with a wreath o'f orange blossom",^completed thertoilet. . She carried a sheaf of lillies, tuber Lroscjs ynd '"maiden Miair '-fern. Miss •' ■Angela Kiely, sister1-of the bride, - was .bridesmaid,; aridv,wore a> peacock i. Ci'oclwof* powder, blue and leinonvgeov-i - gettc, t with- largo lace^straw hat ...

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TENNIS Hilside Defeats Gular [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

TENIfIS : Hillside DefJats Gulav Qn Sunday last, members of the local club journeyed) to Hillside to play a return match J with that club. When .these teams ljkst met, honors were \vith the localsSbut on this oc casion, the Hillside players had their revenge. s Th-e following are jhe scores, Hill side players being mentioned first V' " ■ ' GENTS. DOfBLES J. Ryan and T. Rejchelt v.- Fra^er and L. Lemon, 6/3, 1$6. ' S. Marcharit and SR. Semmler v. A. Frazer and L. Lemon, 6/1, 5/6., : N.': Semmler and D.SRogers v. Fraz cr and L. Lemon 6/3; 6/3. K. Semmler and §. Marchant" v. Paytcri and McCuiloufh 6/1, 6/2. . F. Ryan and N. Merchant v. Pay ten and MacCulloughi6/0, 6/1. N'. Semmler andsD. Rogers v. Hawkins and Blundeij 6/2, 6/5. J. llyan and Reichclt v. P. WhfiP >ton and E. Wlieaton 3/6,. 3/6. . J.Ryan and Reich eft v. McCullough and Payten 6/3, 6/3,. F. Ryan and Marchant v. Hawkins5 i ami- Blunden 3/6. 1 ■ srSlaVchanraT4I^ Semmler^v. P. and R. Wheaton 0/57 . N. Semmler and l5. Roger...

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EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS Owing to Empire Day falling dur-; inp- the school vacation, the day was. celebrated ait the ; Gulpjrgambone school on Wednesday week last, with appropriate speeches to the school children during the morning and a picnic and sports carnival during ;hc: afternoon. Children were present from surrounding schools, and a pleas ing feature was the large number, of adults that accompanied them. '■ During the morning, Rev. K. \V. Burton and Mr. W. T. Munro ad dressed the children, each pointing out tha^true significances of the day they were celebrating. Songs were sung by the children. During the afternoon sports were held on the recreation ground, and the following are the results:— Girls. 50 yards, 5 and under: P. O'Brien 1, M. Crocked 2; 50 yards, 6 and 7 years,: D. Thurston, P. Bolg er; 50 yards, 8 and 9 years: R. Her ringe 1, A. Blacker 2; *75 yards, l'O and 11 years: M. Munro 1, N. Sutton 2; 75 yards, 12 and fl3 years: R. Rogers 1, P. Thomas,/ M. Kearney, dead ...

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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

WHO'S WHO Magistrate and Coroner-—Mr. W. ' Adams P.M. (from Dub'bo) visits ^ Gulargambone Tuesday following. " the socond Monday in" the month, •J's. P.—Messrs. A. G, Sowden, F.: Hawkins, R. S. Mitchell, W. Mc '.Ewen, A. R. Byrne, J. B. Peacock, R: C. Byrne, W. M. E. Skuthorpe,. R N. McGi!l, A Skinner, J. Hourne j. A. Litchfield, N. J. Taylor, A. W. Bolger, T. Blackman. Permit Inspectors—Coonamble P.P. Board r/W.McEwen, A. R, Byrne, . J."B. Peacock; Cponabarabr*n P. ' P. Board: R. N. McG.'ll. Station Master—A. D. - Connell. Police—Sergt. Rossiror and constable Poundkeeper—J. Skinner. ' Schools—Headmaster Public Schsc], D. E. McCal'.um; Aborigine Mis sion School, Mrs. A. Mercer. Banks-r-G.S., Bank (Sergt. Roasitor, agent), Commercial, Bank N.S.W. Commonwealth Saving* Bank (post office). Jockey Club—President Mr. N, D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. W. Bolg er, Bourbah A.T.C. secretary Mr. E. A. Munro: M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly secretary Progress Association—J. Donnelly * secretary." • P. and...

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

PERSONAL Mr. M. E. Robson, manager of Permewan Wright Ltd., Gular was a passenger by Monday's train: for Sydney on a short! business trip. Dur ing his absence Mr. J. T. Clarke is in charge of the branch of this firm. Mr. W. Bradley was a passenger by Monday's train for Newcastle Cor a sliort holiday. : After a holiday spent in Orange. Mr. A. Blackman of the local Post office start has returned to Gulargam bonc. After a pleasant holiday spent in Sydney, Mrs, E. M.' Gregg and family have returned to- "Oswestry". . While enjoying' the thrills of skat ing, Miss Jenn Ferguson had the mis fortune to fall heavily and break a bono in her foot. She has besn ordered to rest* for a few days. After a motor trip, \yhich, among other places took him to Condobolin, Mr. Herb Norman has returned home. Mr. E. Crook, formerly of Bolger's IXL Stores and Gulargambone repre sentative for Gilgandra "Weekly" is at Condobolin and wishes to be re membered to all friends. The many friends of Mr!" A. Strang wi...

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

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 23 frcm Coonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. The centre of a rich grazing and v/heat district. Population700, district 2000. Average rainfall 23£ inches. ..

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

After the Battle you'lI need it. For all sores and scratches you'll ■ reiiouii. 0> means of safe-guarding your, sign We examine eyes with pains-taking care (without the. use of drops or drugs) and nineteen years' practical experience goes into every pair of glasses we prescribe. 1/ you feel the slightest doubt as to whether ygu need glasses or not;'have'your sight scientifically tested. Appointments may be arranged at Howard-Smith's Monday, May 19, consulting Room. Imperial Hotel p/V HYGIENIC ffl ESSENTIALS ^ Tor your IT Comfort and |!| Convenience, keep on hand {|. KOTEX i] MENEX S SYRINGES DOUCHES ~ HOT WATER ( BOTTLES J INDIA RUBBER SHEETS _ i For your Health and Economy's sake I get them from I John Pay ten M.P.S. TIio Chemist nt GUI.ARGAMBONE Phone. 107 WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended t» and delivered. Supplied to any length at shortest notice. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. " j.-W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gulargambone. P.O. Box 30. Phone ...

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

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"THE BEACON" Gilandra School's Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930

"THE BEACON" ; ■ Gilgandra SchooPs Enterprise. "Tlra W.eekly" has ju'st- recoived .a; :copy of "The Beacon,:the Gilgandra. District v Schools official journal. It; aft^eoEjainlyiia-.ei'ediTaMofgenosis^and* Ave "confidently look' forward,';to :ts '.development into an. expansive ; an<} highly attractive magazine. > F't tingly ' the effort symbol sis school's nvotto.' "Virture :ct. Lahore." ; Among; theinteresting' and 4enterta-:lin - ing v.contributions of the v'ambitious: i adolescents 'there - is labundantrf.'-evi-: denco. . of ; painstaking, zeal; ;diligent, :appljcation, v pleasing .'hterary ..tastes, r and' the highest'ethics- of citizenship•, •, 'and spoiitsmanslhip. ^hus • "The-' rBeaconV; should: evor- prove 'a-.shdn-,' ing • light in its work;, of '-excellenco; and:- loyalty; traditions. -The ^literary treatises reveal plerityj of originality• and' artistry in verse and- prose,* while the topical, skits -and .sketched are brimful, of interest, smart- witticisms...

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