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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Engagement • The' engagement is announced - of Kathleen, eldest daughter of "Mr. .and Pdrs. J. O'Brien of Gllgandra, to Lio nel, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Brandei- of Tooraweenah. ■ ' «■ ■

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

WARM KNITTED GARMENTS - ! For Winter Wear All wool fancy striped or check' Lumber Jackets, button up to neck,, or can be worn open or closed. Smart patterns on Grey,: brown, and fawii grounds. Sizes s.m.,: m., o.s. 23/0, 25/, 28/6, 30/. Men's all wool coat sweaters in a wonderful assortment of. patterns including jacquards, checfc; designs of 3 tone colors, and fancy pineapple stitch, air sizes. Priced at' 19/6, 21/, *24/6, 29/6.. Men's ,wool len cont sweaters, ripped, in mid an<l dark greys and heather nr'xtures, all sizes, ,13/11, ilB/.e," 16/Jll: Men's woollen coa; sweaters in mid grey and heathers, s!zes s.m, m., o.s.,, and E x'o.s. Priced at 12/6. ■ *'■■■ ■■■>. BOY'S PULLOVERS, COAT ' SWEATERS AND JERSEYS Boys jerseys with austral.collars in, greys, navy and fawn, 6/6, 7/6. Boyti woollen pullovers, ; a wide range of; smart'designs includ'ng light, medium and'dark heather mixtures with, con-, trasfc pockets' and collars. Priced- at - 7/11, 8/6, 9/6, 10/6. Boys swea...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Announcing New Autumn&Winter GOODS . Bhj Famous Low Prices and Hi gh Quali sass:z:x.5>i:>* -• JAVA peWN ^01feT3, Fsll Size 12/6 4AVA «HWN $S5LTS, frenrffcx1 a«d Pfesin Centres 2$/-, 21/*. ss&sr ®#wn q&j&ts,' Latest Patterns, 27/0, 37/6. f MfE BLANKETS, Weol, Free of Fillings, (8/4) 23£6 and 27/8; (9/4) 33/6 and 37/6, (10/4) ^V4) 50/-, 60/-, 7ft?- , • ODLQURESf S BANKETS; (8/4) 2SAl 25/-, (9/4) 3^?-, (10; ^4) 37/6, 42/6. ONKAPARINGA, All Wgg!, Travelling Rugs, Hea vy We%Jats, 72 x 6D 38^6, 27/6, 32/6 MWY RU&S Plain Scalfepe'd end Silk Eouad Edges, 6/6, 7/6;, 11/-, IS/6. ©RBfle MA*®£RIALS, La* est Shades, in a big Vari ed 0£>1KS' €AR&I@ftNS, PULLOVERS, & SPORTS d0£R*Eft$, in NsWesfc and Latest Patterns. &ew* SWEATER COATS, PULLOVERS, LUM BSHi JACKETS. A Wonderful Range otf Plain ffenay Patterns. &' MSN'S LEATHER COATS, at Special Prices. M®;S FAY TWEED ©vmcoats, in Plain and BfesS BaeltSj Double asd Singl...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

He lv you? ? f owls *-■ j. ® to lay more EGGS in her teller, whicji we publish below, Mrs. Walker talks about "the secret" of her siicces;. l! is a simple secret— never to leave Karswood out of the mash winter or summer. "1have tsrihens, two Leghorns and eight Black Orpingtons. The Orpingtons were not 'six- months old when they began lay ing this year. The Leg horns are nearly three years old, and from June ist to Julyjist I had 382 eggs, and I think those are two . of the coldest months of the year. TI.ey, have only a small run, but I never leave Karswood < Spice out of their, mash, winter or summer. This is the secret of my success, and I think the results are very favourable. At the present I am getting 8 and 10 eggs per day, owing to your excellent spice." ( Sgd.) Mrs. W. WALKER, Moorooka, 19/9/20- Brisbane, Queensland. 81 POULTRY SPICE H T ic-.mi?- e:;<;-production without forcino Film Clouds Teeth You must remove it It's been found that dingy teeth comes ...

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JUDGE IMPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

JUDGE IMPRESSED • At the Orange Quarter. Sessions this week Robert David Robinson- 10, pleaded guilty to the charge of brea'c iiitr and entering the premise.? of 'Ar thur Thompson at .Brewarrina and stealing therefrom a quantity of clothing. ■ In answer to H:s Honor, Ihe defendant said he was a factory hand, and had last been employ's.!'/hi; Andrews' factory at Surry Hills, Syd ney? Since tli&ii he had been wan dering about looking for work. His Honor remarked that he was impres sed by th'e candid way in which Rob inson had admitted his guilt, and he would thei'efore give him a chance to make good. He was then bound ov er in the sum of £50 to be of r»ood behaviour for two years. •

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A FLYING STUDENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

A FLYING STUDENT John I-T. Broadbcnt," son of Dr. P. Broadbent of Forbes, who is a stu dent at the University of Sydney, has been displaying great prowess fn 'the athletic field of late. He won th.c University Novice half-mile Championship, running the distance in 2.3 4-5. Then in the colors of St. Paul's College .(witliin1 the Univer s'ty) he won the ihter-collegiale half mile championship by 10 yards in 2.G. He also competed in the -140 yards championship and ran to-r.?ac ond place. Later this speedy son of a' Forbes citizen won il:c University Championship Half-mile in 2.4, and again ran second in the 440. As a result, the flyer from the westwins his University Blue, and will .repre sent Sydney University at the inter University sports in Adelaide.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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OPTIMISM [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

. OPTIMISM There of two schools of thought in (New South Wales to-day. whose Te i spective devotees lay claim to being optimists. The one.-assumes, or. pre I tends to assume that all is well with the State and that■ refusal'to face il'acts is a sufficient reason for declin ing to make any change in the old order of ■ existence, especially when the change may require the discom fort'of personal sacrifice. I The other school, fvankly says~that our economic difficulties are great I and serious, but can be overcome, to I the, credit. of the whole community, if- c.very one of its members puts his i shoulder to the wheel;. i The Bavin-Buttcnshaw Government [belongs' to "the" latter school and it Lhas. now embarked on a moniontous progrsimme of legislation . to re-habi litate the economic position of this State. Its programme is riot popu lar in the sense that it. is calculated to catch -votes by currying favour with any portion of the community. It will demand sacrifices ..from every one,...

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HOW TO GET YOUR DAUGHTERS MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

HOW TO GET YOUR DAUGHTERS MARRIED One great. reason that people don't nin^ry 'fjo much nowaday^; is "that parents do- not encourage friendship among their children, and other peo ple enough, it is. so much : the cus tom to look upon every young man who calls at the house as a possible suitor for our daughters' hands, that a -man is afraid to visit the. parents ^of. a-pretty girl, .fearing that before he even begins;to know his own mind regarding her o.her people, will have made:it up for him. - k:. If fathers and mothers would,do in their homes as is done in Canada and the United States, we'would not hear fo much of the unmarried women as we,.- do at present. : In those coun tries it is usual to welcome girls and men to the house as friends and noth ing else. A man may visit a house full of pretty girls for months to gether and no one : take the least notice .of his doing so. He goes as a friend,,and is accepted as such, and is made welcome whenever he cares to call. In this'way a" ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Clearing The Air [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Clearing The Air Mvs. Hurley, Sccro.ary of the Gil gandra C.V/.A. w'shes to point out that at the recent meeting to inau gurate ';thp: "Hel^ the Hospital" scheme she strongly advocated the establishment of a clinic in the sum mer months, but not the rest room, yei reported. Mrs. Hurley Wis all. along been one of-those' ladies who favor a new morgue and improving; if not ronew'ng the isolation ward.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

10-DAY marks another great for ward step in the history of the Ford car. A new fresh beauty is added to outstanding performance. A completely new range of Ford bodies awaits inspection at our showrooms. These new Ford bodies with their flowing grace of line and contour, and with new style and distinction, set a new high standard of beauty for a low-priced car. Noteworthy improvements are introduced: — New Rustless Steel New Stream Lines New Roomy Bodies New Larger Fenders New Deeper N civ SmallerW heels Radiator New Colour New Larger Tyres Harmonies our The Rustless Steel used for all ex posed metal parts is an innovation of unusual interest in motor car construction. This Rustless Steel retains its gleam ing lustre for the life of the car and will not corrode, rust or tarnish in any weather.. It is one indication of the enduring quality that is built into every part of the Ford car. Make a point of visiting our show rooms and inspect the beautiful new Ford bodies. This intro ductio...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Our Yearly Show. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Our Yearly Show, - The G'lgandva Pas';oral and ; Agri cultural Association will meet at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon at;the Memorial Hall to set the bail rolling in organising for the annual 'show. With the prospects of a good season",' district farmers anil graziers c are. evincing in teres; in this outstanding annual event, which means so much to the town and district.

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Canowindra's Belated Start [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Canowindra'o Belated Stari The redoubtable Canowindra foot JMal] club- whose team stitched'Coota Mundra for "the Maher Cup, which fhey" did not get, has not- yet got in:o its itride;as a number, of players' have Hot startedi lrain'ng. : Horace Grant, their .redoubtable centre has just re lurr.e'd from *h"s honeymoon,- bu; it should'not be.long bat'r.-ro hi is ayaiii aeen in act'on with the black and .gfoldj '/.Canowindra has lost' its big forv/ard,;;Sk>:ine;. also Williard and Sullivan/ the- latter-two being now linked' up, w'th ; the Orange League. •■Horace Turner is also said to be down that way.- i .iiji'.! '

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Mr. Corry's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

I" Mr. Corry's! Visit Mr. • Frank Munro |o£ Gilgandva brought Mr. Cori;y~al ong last week to give an exhibition, followed by a film lecture at' night. . It Svas very much appreciated by the local enthusiasts. -He also gave an exhibition of trick shots. In a match, Huhgerford and McICie defeated ICingsley.aiid the visi tor. ' He also rfave many valuable hints for the improvement of the' course. _

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

- (Racing! , .' TKSfTSfegrammes foi- the Citizens and' Trustees Race Club winter fix^ ture to be held on Tuesday arid Wed nesday, 17th- and 18th|June next are , riow available and copies can be Bad on application : to the ^secretary, Mr. | B. A. Anderson. A most attractive ( programme" has beenf compiled and | the committee are confident that it ( will meet with general; approval. • I

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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

WHO'S WHO Magistrate and Coroner—Mi-. \V. ^Adams- PlM. (from Dubbo) -..visits - Gulargambone : Tuesday following . the second 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, . V/. M. iC.'Skuthorre/n. N. McGill, ,; A. rSkinner,-. J.f Hourno, J A Litch field, 'N. -T. Taylor,-A-. W. Bolger, T. Blackman. Permit Inspectors—-Coonamble .P.P., Board :--'W. McEwen, A. R: Byrne, ' J. B.- Peacock; Coonabarabran P. - T. Board: R. N. McG'lI. Station Master—A. D. Connell. Police—Sergt. Rossitor and constable Poundkeeper—-J. Skinner. . Schools—Headmaster Public School, D. E. McCal'um; Aborigine Mis , sion School, Mrs. A. Mercer. Banks—G.S. - Ba'nk- .(Sergt. Rossitor, • agent),' Commercial. Bank N.SAV. Commonwealth Savings Bank (post office) A ■■ ' Jockey . Club—President. Mr. N. D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. - W.:.Bolt er, Bourbah A.T.C._secretary, Mr. E. A. Munro. M.U.I.0;0.F.—J. Donnelly .secretary. Progress Associ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

G U L ARG AMB O N E PERRY BROS. CIRCUS; AND HUGE ZOO Saturday, May 24th ONEf NIGHT ONLY . I 40— FEATURE ACTS 40 Jleaded by tho FIVE FLYING LORENZES, THE FIVE MID-AIR MARVELS •MISS ODjpHNE LORENZE,' the only lady performer in tho world to accomplish 0ic Double Twisting Som ersaults from trapeze to trapeze. ■ ALBERT©,: the only Wire Walker in-the Universe who does Somersaults from feet tffi foot, alight'ng' 011 the silver-'-threatS - THE CAIUpM ARABS, Whirlwind Tumblers. 9 : THE ARcl: TROUPE—Woivder fnl Perch nmj| Ladder;' Balancers. • - CAPTAIN .MONZALO;.-,'with his Wonderful edilpatod Lions and Tigers TOMMY, ,«io Midgei Elephant, docs the Chai'l|ston, dances the Black ijqUom 'and plBys his own music. JUMBO) the ^ily Tuslc performing elephant on earHi. - Together with ®erry Brothers'Rid- ' ers;. Tumblers, Acrobats, Clowns, and.. Wonderful Performing Horse's and Ponies. \ Doors open at 7 ^p.111. to view the WILD ANIMALS. 'Night perform ance at 8. Vj, . Huge Zoo opens frojn 4 to 5 p.m....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 frcjn Coonamble, 32 miles from-Gilgandra. The centre of a riclvgrazing and wheat district. Population70Q, district 2000. Average rainfall 23£ inches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Consult John Pay ten Doctor: "Cough." |j Patient: "Can't! I cured it years ago with « PAYTEN'S I PECTORAL « Price 2/6 § John Pay ten I M.P.S. Tha Chemist at Gulir&tmbona j® Fhant. 107 gj WOOD YARD. All orders promptly attended tfr and delivered. Supplied to • uny length, at^shortest noticed " GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. .A Trial ' Solicited. J. W. HAWKINS, Munnell St., Gulargambone. P.O. Box 30. I'hone 110. JUST ARRIVED. ' GIFT STATIONERY moderately pviced, quality finest. Full stock cords, pianola rolls, II.M.V. Tortabl# and oilier model's. Golfing Material on hand. Famou Kro-Flite. Golf Bails. Hairdreis'mjj Saloon. Billiard*. LES. ELLICOTT . " BOUliBAH STHEST, GULARGAMBONE DENTIST 'Mr. J. Briffa, Gilgapdra Will visit Gulargambone, evdi."$ Wednesday afternoon, and may be consulted at Warnock's Hotel, Ciula . gnmbone, from 2 p.m. till 5 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

FISH and CHIPS at.the CALTON . ; CAFE EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. BAilLIFFS NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE , \ : "SMALL DEBTS RECOVERY ACT,' " lojt2» In -'.the Court lof Putty Sessions, holden. at Policc f\Viitei: Ofiice. No. of Writ, 2380 of 1&30. No. of l'laint -20009 of 1930. p. O'Neill and Co., Ltd., <190 Kent Street, Sydney, Pla:n tifi', and Mr. N. McClurc, Gilgandra, Defendant. \ - Noticc is hereby given that-unless the amount ,of.*U> 19/l/'\ .• together wiih all fees dueJherein,' be paid tit or before the hour of noon on Wed 'nesdny, the tv.'eifiy eighth day of May, 1930, the Baij'lf will sell by pub lic auction at Coui^t House, Gilgandra the undermentioned goods and chat tels of the defendant, or so, much thereof as .will satisfy such .claim. ; • Goods for' Salqj . ' ' The Right Title?and Interest of the Defendant. iir: g<j'pds the: subject ■>£ conditional Bill of Sale: No. 5541/30 dated'20th March, 1930, between Mr. ■N. ' McClure, Gilgandra Mort...

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COMING OF AGE PARTY Miss Doris Macken Honored [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

COMING OF AGE PARTY Miss Doris Macken Honored To celebrate the coming ~of age of •••their daughter Doris, "Mr. and Mrs-. W." T. Macken,: of. Hotel- Armatree, • ontariuined - about ■ 150igucsts^ at ,a • dance,-in- .the 'Armatree hall con rMtiy" "12th.* . ' 1', ' - . The hull - was tas.efull'y .decorated '••with^-. streamers".and. balloons.-; One fcatura; of tl:^ evening: was. H:hc: irir vitiaTs ?of Mho guest of honour,/which • werodone ?.in- red/ and ^gold.vand de . ;corated with roses,.and met each ones ■ eye, 'as' they. entered -the, hall; . .Sup • perl war. served at -Hotel Armatree, ■: ihe ,tables being very artistically set out. Among- the guests were Mr.-, and : Mrs. R. B. Vaughan: Mr. Tom .Vaug han, Mis* Marie Vaughan, and Miss j Moraugh Macaulay, daughter of In spector Macaulay of Police, Sydney. -Mr. W. Cartwright proposed the • toast of "The guest of the Evening" and this was ably responded to by Miss Doris Macken. The .toast of f'The Parents" was proposed by Mr:. N. Kingsl...

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