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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

-CHURCH SERVICES CllUllCfl OF CHRIST Sunday, May 2oth:—-IJalladorail' 3 p.m'; Gilgandra .3 p.m. and 7 p.m. A. K. Lloyd, Evangelist METHODIST CHURCH Biddon 11 am.. Breelong 3 p.m; Gilgandra, Community Singing . at ' 7jl5.: Service at' 7.30. Preacher: rl tev. • W. J. Harper. \ . PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH ' H'llside 11 am.; Tooraweenah 3 j •'p.m; Gilgandra, 7.30 p.m; Minister Rev. T| Eurfylc Jones.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WEEK-END FOOTBALL Two Matches on Local Ground [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Week-end football j Two Matches on Local Ground . Two good contests will be s'.aged on the Gilgandra football ground on Sunday, when the local Seconds .will be opposed to Tooraweenah in . the scjiondi; eeiuos .""of' 'the jnter-disJirict competition, and ;the Gulargambone Royal Blues will do» battle Avith xhe |'junior combination^ The; Rovers,' .in : aii endeavour 1 to. regain the Turluy Cup. Their meeting at Giilargam ,;borie last 'Sunday was voted one of the best exhibitions seen for some time, and this clash promises to be equally . as exciting. Tooraweenah convincingly defeated Eumuiigerip last week-end and should be formid able opponents for the locals. The G'lgandra Blues will visit Col-' ie and the following teams have been selected:—' Gilgandra Seconds v. Tooraweenah* Full back, WwJ-oxdan^ three-quart ers, Jr—M orris, Jr-Morley, J.—Milson, N.-Morris; halves, A-^-AVeSto'n,"D"O' Neill; forwards, S:—Hearn, —llr Mc"^ Kechnie, Dr-Bailey, M. Ballant'ynoy R\.', Liew^s, i It. t (Will...

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

CRICKETER-FOOTBALLER Arthur Allsopp, of Leeton, is not only a cricketer of "some" standing, but also a fine foot baller. - Pie's a member of John ny Kingston's Southerners, and . according 'to "Kangaroosta" Bill Shanltland, Leeton's coach, Ar thur is a' real "find". Guess he will be the cynosure of all eyes at Country Week. Southern will 'bo w'thout th.c clever Weissel anil . the brilliant Shankland, both of whom showed a good spirit in standing down to give prom'sing -talent with aspirations ther big chance. The country boys' firstt outing "down below" will be against their citiy cousins. On Saturday Far-Wests "kicks off" by tackling "Latchem" Robinson and his mevryTBa.lniain men, while West will have" to stand up to 'the Newtown "Blue-boy,s". If the 'westerners can: win "firstup" against such-company it will- indeed' be a feather in their caps. • Last season only one city, side iost to /country, Balmain:going down narrowly to one of the coastal com binations. But the 'Mains are a....

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A COMPULSORY WHEAT POOL (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

A COMPULSORY WHEAT POOL (To The ICtli.or) 8'r,—-.Appareiiliy farmers be ginning- to real so that lhey wi";l not ■ I ong; be gai ners by a' comihiisory ■ poo 1. Why ilocj Die: offered '1/- appsa'r ^gratifying?. Because the carry over | in Canada and :U.S.A. is so prodigo'us I (in all two hundred and' ten mill'on i-bushels) and the ruling: price in*Ch>-. i-cago and "Canada lower' than - it has been for years, that we, are forced, to the conclusion that M- will- be. . unlikely ; at country stations—and ■ the Canadian crop begins to come, in •in September, to crowded granaries. Mr. Woods, President of the Alber to Farmer's pool, who addressed meet ings here near three years , ago in advocacy of pooling, now admits that the only relief for the farmer must come-by drastic curtailment of acre age. See,; at your bankers, the Bul letin of'The'National C'ty Bank <.ji Now York, from November of 1029 up to date, always dealing with farm, matters in the latter pages. • A first paym...

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FOOTY CHATTER All Over The State Comments and Personalities [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

FOOTY CHATTER ■All Over The State .Comments and Personalities • (By Rover) Gil'b gladiators have a tough nut i to 'crack Tti ' Nyngan this week oiul. I They vshould land "the goods.'' 1 . Perhaps energetic Tommy Hay i could ,be „ played in the -backs if a good substitute is obtainable for the "pigs." No doubt he could serve his ! side admirably in one'of the cemro I "possies" and thus sU-cngihen -the rear lino. That spartan little.•-■.winger, i: -'."Gjummy" Ryan has an uglyfa qlial disfigurement this woelc. ■ Somn Gular boys toppled him ■ | heavily on Sunday and relieved I "Chum" of quite a . lot .. of . . "bark." i . But tho dashing wingOL":smilingly declared; it was- worth losing to land the bacon—the: handsome cup. Ryan will be on deck at Nyngan. Hurrah! . ' Welcome back to Percy Reynolds, the slippery winger. Perce will 'jo to Nyngan, and this^week is training hard and often. At'the. t: me qI writing the team for 'Nyngtvn hiijj not been announced'. The general wish fs-thatXcs Ma...

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Gil. FOOTBALLERS For Nyngan on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

FOOTBALLERS - For Nyngan on-Sunday v As a result-of a -re-draw the Gil gandra ■■thirteen, will not visit Narro minc on. Sunday in connection with the intei'-town competition. Instead the locals~w:ll jjo to Nyngan. ■-■-.-However, 'the i^oliowin^ two Sun days- will see the Castlei^eagh cracks" at ihonie to Narromine and-Dubbo.•■'! These fixtures -will be an excellent bill of faro and no ddiibt will appeal i to the palates ■ of^fans in and-all | around the. town. ■ The following arc,the games which are to be yet played in connect'on with the inter-town competition for the cup presented by the. Dubbo Lea gue to the various groups for com petition May 25th:" Wellington v. Dubbo, at Wellington; Gilgandra v. Nyngan at Nyngan; Narromine v. Warren" at. Narromine. Juno 1st: Wellington v. Warren at Warren; Gilgandra : v. Narromine at Gilgandra; Nyngan v. Dubbo at Dub bo. " -June ,15th: Wellington v. Narro mine at Wellington; G.'lgandra v. Dubbo at Gilgandra; Nyngan v. War ren at. Nyngan. ' ' ■...

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

TMi W®w Hfeesssasffitsc Faltss - Xtatliing Tihe Harrison's Pills for rheumatism", baeUach*, prom pain*, painful urination, depleted vitality due to uric acid disorders; penito'-urinarv and bladder troubles. No matter how many things have failed you, Harrison's Pills will do you'tjood. for they remove the causa of the trouble. A Hospital Nnrse .Mys: " Vow might be interested to knox tlmt thf niccessnf Harrison's Pills in treating Kidney mtd JJlr.adir'Troubiu, Backache; etc., has been such .that I have recommended this remedy to scores of patients and I ean testify definitely to thsir unusual ■fffuMcv and-great valu* for use in these painful trevbm. It you n-ant to Ret rid of your »Kein» afthts and paint quickly—get'a package of Harrison's rilU frnm the nearest chemist to-dar 2Trii! ; li/- Standard. Size, and 5/- L.ir^.» M net itflijhteU irith results— mon-y b.jeh I J- H- PROCTOR GROCERY & HARDWARE MERCHANT MILLER STREET GILGANDRA Quotations Given for Fur niture, Stoves, Cyclo...

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Stock Sale at Dunedoo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

Stock Sale at Dunedoo Messrs.- 0. L." Milling and: Co. Ltd., S'.oclc Salesmen,' Dunedoo. will hold a big special sale of sheep and cattle at tneir yards Duiicdoo" on Saturday next the 24th iiif-l. commencing at 2 p.m. when they will sell 5000 cho ec young sheep including breed ing- ewes, merino .wethers, merino •ami crossbred lambs. . Also 250 cham p:on you!g< stcre cattle; in tip top cond ("-ion, fiind including about 50 well bred Durham and Durham cross' cows ;n calf to high, class bulls, also £0 Durham and Durham cross wean ci-3. .AH consignmont3 v.'ill be cave fully classed up ly suit buyers and. good-drovers will be in attendance. For further particulars see add. in this issue. This sale will provide an' opportunity forire-stockers-and others: to secure their requirements-while values are on, the low side. Buyers should 'now,realise that with' further ra'ns and a rising woolmarket,-val ues for both s'licop • a'nd; cattle" from, now onward will ltc found to have, an u...

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"BAD OLD DAYS" Bandit's Cold-Blooded Murder of Castlereagh Pioneer Expiate Crime on Gallows [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

"BAD OLD DAYS Bandit's Cold-Blooded Murder of Castlereagh Pioneer Expiatd Grime oil Gallows The first white child born 'on the CasMerengh was the late Mr.-Samiiel Meeis Soon afLoi his bnth .-blacks from'all part flocked to, sec-the,little • whil6 "piccaninny," and held a*grenl coiTobcreo ;n honor of his advent into the world. ' - • ■.. Mr.; Meers' father was-" given' . five minutes at the door of his • home to say his prayers, and was then sjhot dead by them. Cap tain, lHimler,( a Commissioner,' to'.d the widow of the murdered man jthat if application were made.by her there would-be no difficulty in obtaining a grant of land from the Crown as some- - compensation—though a poor'' .■ one where the bread-winner - of the family was cruelly torn from^. them. As Mrs: Meers had no Jnfiuential friends to mo.vc for her at the time, no steps were.taken to act on Captain Hunter's advfSe, hence no-grant was ever obtained. . ' The late Mr. Alexander Ferguson, who .owned .Youlbiing Station some 3...

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

PERSONALIA ' Master Raymond .("Bob"). Hurley,' n vGilgnndrn lad, has taken up resid cncc in Sydney,'whore he has Yec'eiy pd an appoin ment to the cleiical ilnft of the Botany Municipal Council staff."""Bob";wilii commence duty ;-on Monday morning. J-Good luck ^to liini in h;s life's venture." Till-. B. Badgery is away in- Syd uey for a fortnight, miligl-'ng plea-1 sure '\v~ih business. lie will return in lune to start as Hospital Organ-, iser'for ihe -contribution scheme, '.at i Hie end of the month. •. •, • i .' After- 20 years' residence,Mn-.Gil-| gandra, Mrs\ V. S. Hurley will take her'-' 'departure on -Friday for - Sydney, i where' with her husband^slic will live in retirementDuring • 'her...irogjnie^ here. Mrs, Hurley* has been "an ever ready aiul zealous worker for public | sind charitable - movements, doing, her Kit- ;n a wholehearted and unosten tious manner. She has also, been a ilcvouL church woman, an'd has been continuously associated with, Anglic-,, ,in affairs in.vario...

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GOLF BALL Tooraweenah's Gay Night Big Social Success [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

I : GOLF BALL Toor^tweenah's Gay N i ght ; v Big Social: Success ■ :-:».:Undcivjtho-auspico8-:of''thc Toora i we'cniih. Goifi' Club a most-.enjoyable ball-was held last night, in. the Mem orial Ilall at the Wamimbungle '{Township.-.-' 'There was a happy throng present'-and all- acclaimed •: the func tion a-:" brilliant and marked :sociul ijUcccso. Gilgandia's ''younger set were* well represented. One of the most■ striking, features was the.decorative theme,;which was conceived by Mrs. Egan -and- carried qutvwith- artistry-.ofv no small ' degree.' A profusion of streamers;entw:ned in lattice fashion formed an imposing canopy, the beauty and -effect- of which was enhanced by 'the pretty shaded 'lighting . -^scheme-.'-Lattiho streamers also neatly, covered the ■walls/and emblazoned on the panels of .gold were miniature, designs of crossed golf sticks;'-A. loyal band of ladies aidcd Mrs. Egan .in - transform ing the hall into a-veritable ..wonder land, and all are deserving of the warm ...

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

, Hij.j'ieV: Cf>(sh 'Price for alf :c!nns Fur SUina, Wool, Sheep Skins,- Scrap brass and copper. C. A. MURPHY. / » * * • FISH and CHIPS at the CALTOM CAFE EVERY^WEDNESDAY antt FRIDAY. ,

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

. C. A. MURPHY Produce Mer f/cliajnt.; Exchange Store, Wnr > rcn Road. ' . 1;

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COUNCIL MATTERS Shire President's Reply (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

COUNCIL MATTERS Shire President's. Reply ./~y1 (To The Editor) .... • sii-j It is with regret that I rind it neccssary to refer to remarks. in your Inst issue concerning my, mild protest against your inaccurate re ports of Sh'rc meetings. The sub heading of your articles illustrates what I protest aga'nst. >'ou suggest 'that I resent fair criticism ycly.M Unow from past experience that this is incorrect, but is a hackneyed ex cuse of every journalist when . any of lvs writings are questioned-.... I never have resented - i'anv criticism.| and I hope never will. My'report to Council was penned in the hope that a reference to the . ir.ficcurr;i:ies w'ould result in V^ i.is'ng "a little more care, foy your paper, being the only one circulating here, is-the link between the Coun cil and the public. -?ou have a very important duty to .perform and it 's essential in the public interest (es pecially as yoij liave a monopoly here) to carry out that duty with giea ■ ■ 'I am sorry that ...

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LOSS OF EYE Gilgandra Teamster's Misfortune Mr. John Wrigley's Stoicism [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

s' LOSS OF EYE Gilgandra Teamster's . , •Misfortune ••Mi*. John Wri giey's Stoicism i Fate frag played a crucl £rick i on Mr. John Wrigley, tho woll: and favorably known Gilgandra ^cnraslcr, v.-ho resides • in- Morria Street. A' simpio mishap baa rob-; bcti:him of hisJofI eye, and pro- ; bably thc„sigut in.the other optic: What an awful affliction 'f he ■:■■■ T" ha3 to Ci'opc 'along .totally blind ■■-.■ until calied "o the Great. Beyond. ■ It wouid bo.a particularly hard anil soii'y.:orcle:'.l for the uivfortunaie'nian, as liu is overflowing with life and an ; industrious and ' b'g-hearte'd ■'■knight; of the road. " ' -:■■.■.>■ When misfortune swiftly overcome Mr. Wrigloy he was en: route.-from hero to '1'Jjranvcnah on Saturday," it it understood. to carry out an en gagemcnt v.'itlr liis team vot" horses for Mr.; D:ggs/-'also of Gilgandra. ■He was is his usual buoyant spirit. in - cracking his whip to urge .011 liia t-riii"' "steods; tHb tip of the lash, of the cord, came in viol...

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

(Woods'- G»<«t i'cppermint Cuio For Children's .-Ilack'nR. Couph. 7- ■■ « . : * ■ C. A; MURPHY, Local agent for Gaston, Farm Implements, Headers and Duplicatoa.

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

WEDDING BELLS Donnet—Ferguson . St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church;" Gilgandra, was the scene "of a pretty, wedding at 11.130 yesterday mSrijing, when the 'Rev. T. Eurfylo Janes", the incumbent unitedinvthe;, boricls ; -of matrimony • Marjoric'.'Faiinjvyoung-v est daughter of Mrs. and 'the late MiV John Ferguson, of "Dcnm'y,V" Arnic tree, and Frank Walker,. eldest son of- Mrs.* ; Donnefc, . la^e .. of v;Scotland. The edifice was beautifully decorated with• chrysanthemums', and a goodly number of well-wishers witnessed the ceremony. The dainty . bridty who, was. Ipd, ;.o the altar* by her brother, Mr. W. II Ferguson,-was becomingly att red in a'frock of powder blue, silk georgette trimmed witli grey -ioxaline, and wore] a smarc grey felt hat, also "a gold emerald .ring, ■ the gift of^ the bride groom. : She- also carried a:isheaf >of. pink 'carnations and:,., heather. . The bride was ; attended'by lier, ;sister (Miss Janet Ferguson) as bridesmaid, she "being'gowned in blue.cr'cpe s...

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LOCAL POLICE COURT Big List For Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

LOCAL POLICE COURT Big List For Tuesday A busy time is in store for Police' 'Magistrate II. L. Adams, of Dub bo, at the Gilgaiulva Court of Petty Sessions monthly sittings next Tues day', judging by the list of eases. The court will oijen at 10 o'clock and may last some hours. •'• Included in thp list are the follow-: ing cases:—Two of alleged stealing; a 'false pretence- charge;; alleged •threatening words; alleged ■ indecent language and eight pi'osecution.'j un der the . motor traffic act.

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

.Dam'ni'NnfcuvG must the- neetfful-gift impart < ~"' To make the' matchless ninstorpiecb * to bo— 1 Ihovoryvspclivc^of litcraturo and art, ;Thd-gad oblrusion of inepts~wo; see.* •■Whop''backblock bards" , tli'o:r dog-; ,'gcrnl, rhymes indite, -^Thfi:. crude rcatiUs, arc painful lo ftnduro; ' t ' • Genius alono to ease our colds should 1 , write 01 Woods' Groat .Peppermint Cure;

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ORANGE'S NAT, "REP" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 22 May 1930

ORANGE'S NAT> "REP" Mr. Harry Leggo, one of the s joint'proprietors of Che Orange "Leader" will carry the banner of Nationalism for the Orange seat at the coming State elec tions in place of the Hon. J. C. • L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., who is retiring at the close of the pre sent Parliament. Mr. Leggo gained an absolute majority over his four rival candidates. In all 254 votes were cast, the win ner's quota being 144. Mr. Leggo has not previously sought political honors. He achiev ed much kudos for the able way in vh:eh lie piloted the great Home to Orange Week Carnival at Christmas, 1928, and also for his capable leader ship of the Advance Orange Commit tee. When seen after the poll was announced, Miv Leggo \yas, natur ally, jubilant. "I am going to re tain Tire orange;!.Seat for National ism," was Irs final remark.

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