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WARREN PIONEER'S DEMISE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 15 May 1930
WARREN PIONEER'S &nbsp; DEMISE &nbsp; Another link with the pioneering days of the central-western plains has been snapped by the death of Mr. Daniel McAlary, one of the grand old men ''of the Warren district, at Sydney last week end. The deceased &nbsp; gentleman was in his 78th yar (sic). Born in north-eastern Victoria, deceased arrived in the Warren district back in the early "eighties". After a small beginning in rural pursuits, by dint of an undomitable spirit and pains- taking effort, the young settler made his venture highly successful. Many years ago he acquired Milawa and Emu Park properties, in which he manifested a keen and interesting management up till the time of his demise. He also owned at various &nbsp; &nbsp; times pastoral areas in different parts of the State. The story of how this sterling veteran of the soil an- nassed (sic) his wealth is tinged with ro- mance and a glorious triumph for his zeal, vision energies and unbou...
Trappers on The Move [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
Trappers on The Move- ; The Dunodoo freezing works, which closed down recently, was not.forced to do so by the scarcity of -rabbits. 'It- was because ■ tliere was no room available in cold stores in Sydney.. The next trouble will be shipping; space, which it is expected will not be available until August. The .man ager of the Dunedoo works (Mr. C. Wilson).has been called to Sydney to a conference of those affected by the ' present position. For the pre sent local, trappers are selling to a buyer at the railway. Most of' the. trappers, however, have left the dis trict for other places where the freez ing works are still operating I am prepared to supply Farm- v ers with goods under the Rural Industry Board Schemo. Tho Exchange Store.-C. A. Murpliy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
CHRISTIE BROS Auctioneers, Stock, Station and General Connitiasion Agents. Agents South British Insurance Co. Fire Insurance, Marine, Live Stock, \ Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH Has been established in New South Wales for over 50 years, and is well known to the insuring public for its liberal .policy condi.ioris, moderate premiums and promptitude in Settle ment' o£ Claims.' Tel: Office 33, Rcsidpnce 104 Miller Street, Gilgandra TANKS TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7.. 2000 GALLON, same materials as above,, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. 3000 GALLON, as above, "Slo/lO/. Without toys less £1/5/, and tap d/G extra. All Prices Cash, on Delivery. Prices for other tanks or, for ' making on application. A. P. Walton, Gilga».lea Phone 71. Great er range with SUPER-X The way' Super - X pulls down the high flying birds that ord inary loads will not even1 reach will con vincc you of its great effectiveness, at the longer ranges. Shot travels in a more com pact mass. Special p...
ANNUAL SHOW Commences Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
ANNUAL SHOW Commences Tomorrow .The twelfth annual show of the! Gulargainbone P. and A. Association opens tomorrow'and for which Mr. N;. 0. Kingsley 'has everything . well" iiv hand. This-year the show is taking ihe part -'of a sports: carnival and show and -the. colnmittee are of the-. opinion lhat this'.will make the .pro- . gramme much-more attractive. En- . tr.'es sliow that all classes, have many entries. :■ ." j ' • , ■ " Messrs Perry Bros.| representative has been in touch with the .secretary and has' entered horles in all sec tions of the. hunting. | "The Hawk," holder of the high 'jump record, , has been entered. VWellJ known show horses such, as Lonej Star, Cameo, Sovereign, Little: Dori? & Cake Walk have been entered in taie hunting sec tions so that this section should pro-. vide some thrills. -Thejcircus will also 'show on'the second night of the show. One of the~most. tBrilling contests should be seen in' th&lt;|■ athletic events, and record npniinatton...
R. C. BALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
R. C. BALL .Beneath streamers, suspended from a bunch of flowers hung in" the cen tre of the hall, and which fluttered softly in the. breeze, patrons'danced to the tunes of Hawkins' orchestra. ,-it the R.C. -Ballxheldjin Gulargain bonc: on Wednesday week jast. Br;m clios of greenery adorned each .win dow and harmonised jvitli the other decorations. ■ S - . ' ■ Although not the: sjucccss- of form er years; in view of|the general de pression now existing and with, a f'lll I'ounU of - social. event in the near future, Ihe resultJwas gratifying. The nett result is not available for this issue, but as. tjiere are a Jot of ou standing donations to come in yet, the committee arc jiopeful of- netting £30. • The. committee would esteem it a favour-'f thoi/e outstanding sub •xriptions would l|e forwarded in as soon as possible.» , To'the secretary of the ladies com mittee and to ' tlft ladies committee itself most of th| credit of the sue-. cess must-:bevgiv|n.. This wonderful. band of worker...
Show Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
. Show Holidays Owing to an oversight no .applica tion was made for .tlm gazetting of a public holiday in Gularganibone' for' the show/-.'.Therefore the_ Post office, and banks will observe Friday and, Saturday as usual. Stores. however, are observing the following arrange ments:'—Friday cliijse ja't 12 iioonv Saturday:—close at 12 noon, reopen at 7 o'clock and remain opcn until 9 o'clock.
PERRY'S CIRCUS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
' PERCY'S Circus "' | AYill-show at G lfftndra on Friday night, and at Gularjrambonc on Szit^ urday night | • " Replete with every choicest picking o£ the circus world; i|s it is knojra in Europe and America,jand'iollow'nga triumphant- tour of I®\y Zealand and Australia, the-groatoi® show on earth -Messrs.-Perry Bros.^ Circus—conies l&lt;v Gilgawlra on I'Yglay night and (•'ulargsunbnnc &lt; on S|turday night. Transports. on thoj|latGst motor trucks, ii-'t 'ill be a \|onderful sight to see the monster ejjephants . when • thcy ar.e pn ceeding al$ig tbo; streets tf> the. circ is location^ Elaborately, enlarged; si ecially. re-seatured, and respiendant n a wealtffi of new. and eosty mater' il, this is now the . most erorgeous l-in;? circus inghistbry. O.C features of t ie big show", ai'C tlie lat est importations, wlrch arc indescri .tlie many outstanding anS impressive I bably thrillingi includiiiggthe speota- ! cular and sensntiohaf tuii^ top' flyin'j trapeze act of...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
FOOTBALL At the time of writing- two matches have Been arranged for next.Sunday, The Greens wMl visit Eurnungerie in the'second maifch- of the Gilgandra competition,- -wlx&e t&lt;hey will meet the homo team. J-fiirry and Reg Lewis will be available if ihc selectors.' ■want- them. Botji-those are young, players and have stated that they will. - play from nowoni IIarry!s form of i ■last year is well known, and; although Hog is not 'quite up to Harry's stand ard, he is worth Jpncourag.'ng. Harry Pox .is reported jjjto be back in the . ■district-'and if so^he will be a valu able acquisition to; tlic team. Dick j Press will probabl|rdecide to don the j colours again whe|i he gets into con-j d'tion. Jack ShcBi'ift" is training also I It is hoped to send|a good team to Eu. mungerie. Anyone wishing to4 make he trio can gain full' information of | travelling convey^ce by ringing F. Hawkins, phone 110. . The Royal Bluc^ are booked to go to Gilgandi'a 'but-ft is hard to find th...
WOOL DEMAND GENERAL Values Firmly Maintained. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
WOOL DEMAND GENERAL Values Firmly Maintained. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: —Demand for fine avooIs showed, no sign of casing.a1? our Sydney sale on Thursday. - Prices for them wore ful ly maintained on late advanced levels. The improvod values recently ruling ! for medium quality merinos and all ' skirtings were again experienced :'n full strength. France was a very active bidder being an outstanding purchaser of I fine wool. Japan was a very decisive •competitor. for 'medium lines and skirtings. -Yorkshire, Germany, Ita ly, Belgium and America were- all good operators. The market m ad dition 'had-support-from' Australian spinners. .Mr. J. Bell, Glendon. Armidale, ob tained our top price, . 23d. for fine, stylish, safe handling- wethers': in free "order. The hoggets' made 22i(l ews' 2fld, wethers' 18d., and pieces ,15Jd. C. II. Schrander, Rock Vale, Wal cha.'secured 19Jd for ewes', and weth ers' of medium-length, fine and soft; t-I. R. and P. L. I-Iibbs, Rockyel, Bland ford, 19Jd...
Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
Tennis ■-On Sunday last the local club 'had two. matches, resulting in one v ctovy and one-defeat.- fOn-the local courts, they proved too'strong for a C0011 ambla. team winning by 26 sets to while at Armatrec they had to lower their'colours to|a team from that • town, which won; by 29 sets to 15. Both games proved very enjoyable for all concerned. Owing to" the manner in which fhc scores were writ ten ; up we are unable to" supplies scores. We trusti;that 'n future move attention will be given to this matter if the players •areji'desirous of hav.'ng details of the play in prinV
MORE ABOUT WHEATEN BREAD An Answer for Grandmother (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
MORE ABOUT - WHEATEN BREAD An Answer for Grandmother (To The Editor) Dear Sir,—I have read with inter i est the two letters in your columns touching the subject of wheaten bread It-really, is good to see that^some of us realise the benefit of eating bread made of the entire product of the wheat. I would like to add that'it contains :much of - the mineral pro perties necessary to the building, re pair, and maintenance of the human bodies, and these are not present in bread made of the white flour. In fact" the whole whea!t broad.i contains air the food elements neces sary for the daily needs of our bodies with .iust_a slight deficiency in fats, and this can easily be made up by the addition of a little cream or butter. Besides this, a further re commendation, is its ability to relieve,, and even cure, that dreaded com ' plaint, constipation. • Some people fear that they are robbing the fowls when they eat wheaten bread, but do you think when our Creator made the wheat >hat lie mad...
Gular Retain Radiola Cup [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
CiulaV: . Retain - Radiola Cup ' District go'C...(.'hibs ' are finding it ■.very luu'U . lo .Take the -llnd olu Gup ■way ri'onj 'tho' local club. Oil Sun day Coonamble visited Gulargambone in aj, eU'ort to wrest tho trophy i'rom the. locals but -.'.swore 'beaten byj hi matches to 2,. with; 2 matches squared.: Thctouowing are', the scores:—- i - King'sley v. ~Diggls, A and 2 '■ Ilitchen v.. Bac'galupo, 7 and G. . - Hodgson v..Todd, square . : : . Twigg v. Ibbo'.t|7 and',5.' . . iVfcDonnell v. Bo?er square-".. McCauley v. Korflr;:4 and 2- v Skewes v. Mcllrbe -4 and 3. Bolger v. Elliott 2 down. Ginty v. Todd,.}jnr.,: 2 and 1 Peacock v. Moo'y, 3 and 1. ../ Brien v". DiKges}.12 down.
He Won The Prize [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
He Won The Prize An amusing story is told by Lord Saye ,and Sele. He once attended a booic dinner at which all the guests w'erc lexpccted to appear with; an 'emblem denoting the title of a book". Lord Say arid Sele. went in ordinary evening-dress, but he carried a lady's petticoat over liifc arm. No one could guess what, the book lie represented, but when lie told tlienr everyone laughed.: Tie - Represented Kipling's famocs book, "Life's Handicap." His Lordship won the first prize.:. 9 1ft * * Approximately 20,000 sheep and 1500 cattle: are at present on agist ment country between: the Mnc.quaiue and Nyngwn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
Woods' Great 'Peppermint Cure Tor Coughs and Colds, never fails. , D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Slock, Trucking and General Commission Agent MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. Afcont for Royal Insurance Co. MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stocli Sale* men, Stock, Trucking, and General .Commission Agents. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA .. BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. .Loa is negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lewest Rates | of Interest.. , Printed and Published by M. E. 0. i CAMPBELL, sole proprietor, at'his printing works, Miller. Street,'Gilgan dra, New South Waes. A. H, SMITH ; Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA .For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings. GILGANDRA SA WMILL S R. J. NELSON PROPRIETOR BEST QUALITY.: CYPRESS PINE AND HARDWOOD SWPPIsIED IN - ANY QUANTITY . LARGE STOCKS OF JOINERY & MOULDING ALWAYS ON HAND AGENTS FOR: Hudson's Perfection Doors, B.A.L.M. Prep...
Gilgandra Rovers Defeat Royal Blues [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
Gilgandra Rovers !3efeat Royal Blues 7 In a match- which had this specta tors-, in a' continual' pitch,-o^E excite ment, Gilgandra Rovers defeated the Royal Blues for-the Turlcy| Cup by -6* points.- (o 3. The: high 'standard' of' the play surprised the spectators and the snatch evoked more enthusiasm than the senior match. . What little . the players lacked in brilliance .they, made up for in 'energy. The local -juniors were very -confident of keep ing the Turley • cup; but on Sunday they had to lower their colours to a even and better team; - There is r,o: doubt whatever that on the - day the. -better team won and the local, play ers were the first to admit'it. • This reverse will surely urge them • to greater efTorcs. The play needs lit "tlc description. It was hard and fast all through. The vis:tors showod much moi;e , inclination to- play .the open" game, a^i both their tries were Uic result of nice runs. Gilgandra ! scored first,- Payne going-, over. Pi-ess i scored for Gularga...
COMMERCIAL Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930
COMMERCIAL Seiuite, Bell, and Co., Kd., report: ' The splendid .rain of the past week miist be,of immense help to pastoral- i islsiv Wh'lst- in many districts^, the fall lias been: inadequate,...the back of the long, prevalent serious drought has been broken. It is many weeks since: the weather map (liscloKcd as general a fall over almost" the whole State, . and, unfortunately over a large arcs'; it'is not yet too late" for valuable response to follow. In nor mal times such rainfall would engend er extensive Transactions in sheep, but to-day it is doubtful whether cash buyers can be found to absorb a sub stantial ;proportion ■ -"of the surplus stock so many owners have been hold ing until reasonable prices are forth coming. . : " ' " . .. ' . The wool" market continues buoy ant 'with animated competition cur rent, espcciaiyfTor finc-fibred parcels. It really looks now as if .a measure of confidence has been established, and that the balance of the, season's clip will be absorbed wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 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 ? 1 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 the confidence of its , readers in your product. ' ' . . ADVERTISING COVERAGE ; GILGANDRA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) 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 cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage of 40,000 square miles. TgE::;i;;,MS THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY''— I'ublish G(] every Thursday afternoon. I'hi Gilgandra "Castlereagh" andMin' dooran "News" aissued with ' "The Weekly," so that -advertisers ■ will reach readers .oi...