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Orange Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

I Orairige Stock Market. Messrs Leeds Bros. Ltd.- rcpont re garding: their usual w.eckly stock •ales held -at Orange ori Thursday last. ■ About-300 cattle -were yarded.' The quality was not SoVgofrd as'.at recent .yardings, though there .was a fair proportion- of the offering suit able for .trade requirements.'..Compe tition ' was good, from the start;, aiul prices if any thing a little firmer .t'hsin last salc^i Best bullocks r.old to £17/10 Between 5000 and 6000 sheen were penned.; The quality.vwos only fair and not nearly so' good as -vve have had of late.": Mosb- of : .the: yarding com .nrised'.stores of all descriptions. Godd competition prevailed throughout, • and the m'arkd!:.: inijfrofved ior, all ! classes, nest 'wfitners tma(Jo to-15/7.'

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

TUTERE'S a real surprise for thrifty housewives. Better- put in your application now—All .you have to do to gain possession is to Seed ©Seasa Aids Iron tie tins ©$——. Don't forget this—the lids must be clean and have portion of original label attached. When you have obtained the 50 lids send them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool Streets, Sydney, with your name and address. Buy Aunt Mary's Baking Powder from your grocer and save the lids—the sooner you begin the quicker you can secure this wonderful surprise packet. SAVE THE LIDS — BEGIN TO-DAY C-ILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) FfiWh^t'T nnd Arrurnfn Dispensing". Urgent Prescriptions-tiny hour. Day'or Night. *PTT-TTTP 9 rAPP'OTT M.P.S. PW\l?TT4rETTTTf!*T rTTPTVTTQT '■Ph^no 20. Miller Rtrpet. Ofteranflra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET Now is the time to get your old Sets in Order. Remember, the Amalgamated Wiivless Co. give . FREE SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time' Do not order a New Set until you have seen a...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MR. WITHERS ON SICK LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

MR. WITHERS ON SICK LEAVE. ■Mi*.. G. A.; Wi'hers, local forest ranker,, who has been indisposed cf late,' is on siek> leave,-, which will-pro» bably extend over a couple of months. Me is being relieved by Mr."C. H. Gar diner, relieving' officer of the depart, nien-i^jvha acted un a similar1 capa city ,'hoi*e on ;the occasion of Mr. Wi. tilers'. annual leave. Mr.' Gardner is being, accompanied -byr Mr.: Samuols, district. forest-officer, -v/lio is making oi....inSRRBtiAn,. t;l>TQUg'h..,,.this, wrtion of.'hh.l^ritory. :

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WOOL AND ITS FUTURE. A User's'Confidence. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WOOL AND ITS FUTURE. • A User's'Confidence. • Winchcombo, Carson Ltd. repoiv.: Overseas some criticism was launched .at Australia's (Incision toitduce I ho -.wool.offerings.. ;Doubts -were expres sed -at its efficacy it. strengthening .-values. But; results have shown the ■wisdom "of .the step. J-rices have been considerably higher in Australia siiu-e the qualities submitted daily were curtailed and'eurreu4-. London auctions iihow' a far mqro buoyant tone than was seen at the English scries of sales which closed in oarly October. N . The advunce of 5 to 10.per cent re corded iii prices did not equal the ri-.e recorded ;in .Australia. Largely as a j result of that fact locally prices for-i average quality merino {leece wools i and was!ty, dfcouglht affpeted lines have latterly, cased slightly. But whereas very inferior burry merino, ileece lines were realising fid to 8d six weeks ago • they have recently made 8(1 to lOd. At thc ldwcr figures quoted they were selling" at-'l!? 13' le v...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA WALGETT RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

G1LG ANDR A-WALGETT RAILWAY 'Mr.'{Arthur Hurley, ,secretary to the Parliamentary Standing ■Commit-' tea onVPublic Works, in acknowledg ing', a. litter; forwarded by yMr.^E. J. Regie, lion, secretary of Gilgandra and .District Progress Comnv'ttee, en Hiiiring lis to the proposed date of the visit o'f-lthe committee to investigate 1hc claims for the proposed railway route from G:lgandra via'^Quambono; to-Walgett, intimates in reply that no (into has'.as yetibeen fixed for the v:-' e.irqf ihoicommittee to Gilgandra. The letter, adds: "So soon as a definite, date has been arranged I will again communicate .with vou.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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STUD SHEEP. WHERE THEY WENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

STUD SHEEP. WHERE THEY WENT. In view of the diversity of opinir-n existent among breeders of stud me rno sheep as to the advisability, cf allowing the export of high-class ani mals, the repprt of the Federal Go vernment, just issued, showing /!liu number of stud sheep exported from Australia during the year -juuiud June 30, for breeding purposes, provid'* interesting reading. . ' In the 12 months South Africa fook 790 sheep, valued at- £17,<>40; I while Russia took-2031, valued ;-.t £15,005; Japan 340,, valued,at £3388;' S\uw Zealand ''>02, valued at £3515, and France 20S, valued .at £217'J. •The number of sheep exported dur ing the past five peal's is 11.51G, va lued at £149,937, anti of'these 5501, valued at £90.022, v/ero exported td South Africa. Of the "remainder 1675 j valued at £15,087, -went to Japan,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GOOD NEWS. Mrs. Bensley Improving. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

. GOOD NEWS. ■— :o: > "Mrs. ^BensJey Improving. .:..Wutuigvto, friends.. in Gilgandra, Mis. Lnqg)iton,,.o£ -Newcastle,- a re-, !i.ltlv9 of who was. in-1 lured :n \*v motor smash on fcho Dubbo• road ibme. time ago, states that Mvs. ■ Bcnsley (who has .baen unconscious over since until ■ las;!; week), now re nionVbers - every! hing, <ind although Hie; neVvs of her husband's death was a. great shock to her, she is bearing up u'plr and is consoled with fcho know ledge that she still has her two chili ion,,..Riith and Douglas, and is deter mined,-that she will soon • be well again.•.Ofte''ofr Mrs, Bensley's legs is not • yet* straight and' it is possible that it will be put/in a apl'nt so as to :iilo\v h--r to put her .toe to the ground Uy.-.this.means it is hoped to sitraigh ton: it without an operation. With the exception of tho leg Mrs. Bensley ivould lie. able to leave the institution. She is quite: capable of writing anrl reading; and states that she would [ike to hear...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SIGHT LOST BY MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

SIGHT LOST BY MISTAKE. • W. A. Pavkev, of lilr.yn'ey, had an unenviable experience a 'few days »K0. His eyes .wove sore and he had i boon'using, a lotion for relief, bill by mistake lie pickcd <up a bottle of o'l of lavender and bathed his eyes. Next . ^nu.rninp. Jiis fig-lA was p.ompTcfcaly .gone, and lie was eompellod to seek , expert treatment at Orange for a few < days; He is now 'well again. The oc currence : was "doubly, unfortunate for ^ M-. Parker, as bis s'ster passed away ' and was buried during his.absence. . ■ m ■ .>*»•; v >&

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NEW CRICKET LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

I NEW CRICKET* LAWS. . Tlie advisory board of tho'^Coiuity' Cricket Committee held a mooting at : Lords, when it ' was ret'omniended, ' firstly, th^t'the ..continuanco 0/ the ■ 'wider' wicket."end the Ibw r.ule^.&hnll . obtain;' secondly, seven minutes for : t'iC rolling of the wicket t'oibo...allow- : ed. The. moetingr acceptod ra^rosQlu*' ? j tion providing that if the eaptn'r^Qag^ I1 roc to thirty minutos' extra play on the second day in,three-day muldies,, ■ if;-, this1 would produco a definite re sult, the. umpires should firdcr it.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BOXING DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

BOXING DAY RACES. .TJh'e secretary of •inc Gilgari'tlra Jockey Club (Mr. R. O'Neill) reports thnt-all arrangements are In hand for the Boxing Dav meeting,- which jrives promise of 'being a successful fixture. About a dozen local horses are in work, and numerous inquiries j'aro: being made for programmes.' A. jijODtkmany boxes have already been {>rdej-ed'"by«,.outside owners?for the ! meeting.' hlr.*. Thomas Myers. of i Tnttersall's .irolclpr.has succeeded in ^'obtaining .the; publican's booth, :a'pd. ..Mr..,S, Q- .Tyrl.ev.".'ho refreshment boot*1 ■ •'

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DR. PE[?] WESTERN MEDICAL MEETING. Basis of Hospital Subsidy Altered. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

"OR. P£7 \T WESTERN MEDICAL MEET1NG./K 'Basis of Hospital Subsidy v"..:...■ Altered. " .■ ■ r:;i .. . Dr.- Henry ;Peet returned to' Gil ;gand ra last, night after a flying - visit to -Orange, to'.attend the Western Medical Association'.meeting held at ; vthat* ^centre. The •' meeting was ad-, drossed-by Mr. Love, chairman of the Hospital.' Commission. He outlined the policy of the.Commission, designed If. improve , the- efficiency of all hospi tals, co-ordinating' services as" far os pr<ss-blo, and gott ng the hospital ser vices up --to date. The present & for S, subsidy; would be suspended as* from the end-of the current' year, arid in its stead assistance would.be gran toil' on the basis of the daily average, of pa'ients and the " services.- rendorod the community. The' old;'.system .of subs dy, he pointed outjwas unscion-* hiic and inevitable, and-lent .itself to-abuses. Mr. Love intends visiting each hospital in the State in turn, interviewing the members of t...

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CRYSTAL PALACE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

CRYSTAL-/PALACE PICTURES. I •. They fight for what thsy. cant.steal. Rough, : uncouth, -ruthless men wao answer t'o the urge to pro. Where they go.. Why they $>0.. Wha+- they think and feeh'Seethe Paramount picture "Beprfars■ of L'fe."''at the; Crystal Pa-. lace Theatre'on:Sat'urt'a'y;n8xt. V S-w riortincr a'-iv.-Tohn bflrt' arid Itnloh Forbes :}n'; ''Mfts>k= oi' the D.'v'l " I'1 ri*-uat"'on; t3'iTntaU.-;i' ' scandal 'and ^ove i>i-sVfi5 ' mte^t ->*\n .'of Mift b*y O'ui \jftn" (c^m^dv) h\B-n VV.» . .are^nod. On-Mondav nf»v+ P'pVv I'uiint JrnU<ljb;.««pn. 'r>faff? ''■/:! V. 1"V!' "'' .-f-"!!! Tnd?"" timI1 "jir> 11 nrt :s "M.i-i'-a '1 *'"P'?a ,T » -m.n'.-;-,., I>~ p»» n»»»v i-1 "JTI- T.../»w n-"" r."~: iV WIJ. "Alias-Jim-. •^'v_ Valotirie.' '*: ■'

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CHEAP TRAINS FOR CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

■ C.HF.AP TRAINS FOR CHRISTMAS i The vaihvav department. antiouii-' | -| ces the' running of :Cheap!''t-:arasKtp -' Sydney or intermediate .stat'ons in i connect'on with the usual ^ Christmas | . i holiday season. The cosVo/the r.etiirn t; journey by these cheap exra¥sio'n: f trains will be the ordinary single fare'; - The Railway Conimivsiondrsiny'te; at tention to the details piyen; ,in ; our business columns, an, I,. desire to re nv'nd intending patron., that they will i be well advised to Triake.t.heir arrans'e s. ..ments so as to avoid, ^/iconven ence e- which' always ' arises vt ien' there is a; - last moment-crush. Particular afcten J tion ,<s drawn to the conditions gov 1 erning'the return journey. .The avail ' ability "of 'these: oxcurs'D'n tickets is i necessarily linrted. If the instructions is given with regard to the coupon at-' ;tachod ito every excursion ticket are - followed, passengers should, have "no • d'ifficult'v in':' arranging-.their return ^ home ....

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NEXT WEEK'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

NEXT WEEK'S PICTURES. Commence next week's p:ctu res at the Crystal Palace Theatre by Ret ting your wocklv ticket for Monday, Wcdncsda and Saturday. On Monday.; •next the programme for the weelt i as follows:—Monday: Richard - Tal-. maclgc? in "Cavalier." "Mv Prisnd ■froiii^India," n P.D.C. attraction; Greyhound,L:mi+ed," and Rest Den^y. Wednesday: Monte Blue- in "The in VHisJCirpkv .Dav": Saturday.: .7n Holt in "Avalanche" and -Wil'imr H»in°s and Kni'l Dane in 'Alias Jim mv Valentine;" snifc cr#i»k?n«r. heavt brenkine and Aviso rr°ckinff<liis\wny throuirh lifo—that's Al'as-.^'mmv V"-'. •lentma. "Another- sri-eat - nictate - for vouv •enterta:niY>"ivt ii "Fo~pio-n.> I'° f'on." Univrsnl's rrpn+i»«tv••■♦'r'limviK None orpflfcr pmicr UhpIg Tom's 0° b4«. Comina- for- n season : of; two niVht-.s onlv. Wntr^ ,f<r thn;"tfV'e rf "Mot1h°r Ivfi/'M-'G':" •"S'tn'rlso.'" and "Sr.npdy/' Harold Lloyd's scream. «.*o mcdy. • - ..... ... ,, " - ■ : ■ lit. rt A i -•» • .. O...

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NARABRI TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

NARABRI TRAGEDY. Following tipon tho n«ws that a man.had been detained and charged with the committal of the above cal ious murder, and particulars received by Sergeant Bainbridge, officer in charge at Trangie,'and inquirios, it would appear that the detained man isidentical-with a man named Wilcox who a short time ago was working in Trangte, and who, upon leaving, an nexed a elngle scater motor car, with out the authority of the owner. Th* law often takoe a circuitous coursc, but it is marvellous how it gets to its goal all the same.

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NEW BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

yj new buildings. vm' .Mr. J." Costigan's fine new hoini j opposite M'rV Horsltio Beveridga'i j dueling, has just been completed b< j *Miv B. Smith, anri Xihns.a. handsome addition.to tlic ginny fine residential! " that have been coiiat,ructeiv in recen , years. The foundation'* «.? Miv-K " Tibbite' bungalow ri)Bx(i.i,etv in Vor: street,. are .completed :.bv Mr;.'.' Jact 4' Eyan, anrl shortly_a good showing wil j be.imade'wth t/he -superftructure. Th« framework of an; attractive weather board and flbro-cemcBt residence ^iii r Cas'lereauh • street i> \N-eady erectcd J by Mr. E. A. Weavoi.-vontractpr, t; 5 he order of-Mr. Trevor Ferguson,

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YOUNG MEN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

YOUNG MEN ARRESTED. Thro# well known young men were arrested by the Dubbo polico in con »ccti0n with j lie many robberies thn'. have been occurring in Dubbo and district,during the. past few week:, t is understood that they have trte'n • eleas'ed oil £B0 Hail in e'afch case.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A DEMENTED WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

3 A DEMENTED WANDERER. I The local police brought to towi ^ 011 Saturday a young man. who wa II reported to be wandering about th' * "country in the neighborhood of 'Tu§ It lands" in an apparency dementoi 1 condition. After receiving medi'c'a t .examination, th-e unfortunate niii'i 1 was -.brought before the local bencl c .(comprising Messrs P. J. MacMano and J. Briffa, J's.P.) on Monday, an'! " on the certificate-of the1 two local me .dical'mcn as to unsoundness of mind . vrasr ordered to the ..Orange 'meiita 3 hospital. -s\-, * o -a- • *" '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

COMING BROS THE GOLDEN KEY CAFE NOW ONE OF THE MOST UP-TO-DATE REFRESHMENT ROOMS IN THE WEST—-'WARiVl IN WINTER, COOii.,IN SUMMER. <'ULL STOCKS OP CONFECTIONERY, CAKES, BISCUITS, AND. PASTRY. . Phone 30. Box 33., FRESH FRUIT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON. GROCERIES—BEST BRANDS ONLY. TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES. X. ■ ■)■■'■■■■■■■■ ■ -k ' - . v; MEALS AT ALL HOURS. v : 'V' ■ V% American Soda Fountain Drinks* - Dclic'ous Iccs and Svndt»ai. Out Motto is Cleanliness, Civil'ty and Prompt Scrv'cc. COMINO BROS -GliLARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. Pmdl» to Mttch tfrs Pens: 21/. 25/. and 27/6 In a 'Pen that Ends 'Breakage—"Brings Jewel-like 'Beauty—28% Lighter Weight You here behold Parker's new model Duofold Pen. In reaching this goal, they spent 35 years on 47 major improvements. Made 16,000,000 pens. Now the Barrel is made of Non-Breakable Permanite in stead of rubber as formerly. It is 28% lighter. It comes in lustrous Jade, Lacquer-red, flashing Black and Gold, Mandarin Yellow,...

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VISIT OF FORMER RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

VISIT OF FORMER RESIDENT. Mr. Ted Mjdie,;an erstwhile resi dent of Gilgamira, is at present on :i visit to liis'brother, Mr. A. A. Mud:e. i after an absence of many years. It i? r.ve:-< a quarter ot.. .1 century- that lie resided in Gilgar.dra,' and since his departure 'only paid n few' floeti>!<r visits. lie was associated with the Irljj.l'jtriinK. Ridge, opal fiejds during the ; palmy days, .and, for some time lias been sojourning in the metropolis. He renewed a numb"v of old ac quaintances, and w.i,' impvus-Hod .l\v the progress of \he l-wti ar..' district i;ince" the occasion o'1 nis visit. ■ ;

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