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CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
.CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH . Sunday, June 1st :—^Gilgaiidra 11 ■a.in -Holy Communion; Curban .3 p.m; Gilgandi/a 7 :30 p.m. -Ministr el': Rev: T. Eurfyl Jones. CHURCH OP CHRIST Sunday, Is- June:—Gilg-imdra 3 -p.m. and 7p.m.; Balladoran .7 p.mi A, R. Lloyd, MTnisIcv A. R. Lloyd, Evangelist.'' GULARGAMBONE PRESJ3YTERI -AN "cilURCH ' | ■ Sunday next—Gulargambone 11 I a.m; Armatrce 3 p.m Coonamble 7.30 I p.m. Comniun:on service at each cen :ylrc. Rev. K. W. - Burton.
DIRTY LINEN Not Washed in Court Persuasive Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
DIRTY LINEN Not Washed in Gourt • ■ Persuasive Magistrate . The role of peacemaker,- was. .... assumed biy .Police Magistrate H." , L. Adams lit the Gilgantlra police court on Tuesday in a case in which one. man proceeded against: another for alleged threatening-: words, and there was a counter ; vj:arge of acr,nii'C;.- When t-'ho ■ case was callcd Mr. L. D. Sor isior announced-tliat ho w.is ap ' penring for defendant-in. the first .'■case. ■■ • -■ ■■■ - P..M: I dont-know whether there ■has been a squabble,-but I would rus' jjost- that: it might be poss'ble to effect a 'so.llcmcnt out ot' courh' --Perhaps •if 'ho parties get together the gric vriiKsoF can be sallied amicably. Mr. Serisicr::^ -The cr,se . involves Iwo different rows'on\dslf ci-cnt'--occa sons. P.M: Court proceeding's don't a1 wuys cure the evils, and o£.cn these not only lend to punisl;r.:ony but wid en the breach between the-parties. • The Bench stood the" case rover pending a consultation by the parties. A .■■conci...
"GIL'S" SHOW Committee Gets Busy [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
"GIL'S" SHOW Committee Gets Busy ' ." Tli# organisation of the Gil gandra.Show to be held in Aug- . • ust is now taking- definite VIape. . At a meeting of -The P.'.,undA.'&lt; Association- committee-: on; - Saturday, ■ much preliminary work was effected and the enthusiastic -spirit •manifested ^ augurs .well; forthe success of -.-the; gala occasion, Mr. IC. McAllister (Vice-Presid-. ent), was in >thevchaii\ in thelabsence olV President :R; ;:Stanley (who. was away opening, • the Gulargambone' Show. Others present were:■ Messrs fr W. A-Brown,. G,.-.M.; McKellar, L. - D. Scvis'er, J. Barling, A.'R. Bur vell, W. Burrell>_ -Bevcridge, ;;B• R Gassidy, J. Creenaune, MCameron, P. P. Fallon, S. T. James, J. Keen, A. R . Lummiiv W. M. Milgatp, G. C. McKellar, T. D. Marlcey, T." L. Purvis, ID. 13.. Semmler, G. A. - Sem mler, G.- M. Thomas and. T.: Watt; - Mr. W. Johnson, ^of: the-.Welling-? ton Poultry Club; forwarded;a "sug-i gested poultry list for adoption atUlvc, coming Show...
UNPROVOKED ABUSE Retaliater Lightly Fined [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
UNPROVOKED ABUSE Retaliatcr Lightly Fined [ I plead gn°1 ty : under\great- provocar tion," si\id Walter Woods, a wcil-. known sporting identity, in answer to a charge o£ indecent language pre ferred against him at the Gilgandra Pol'ce. Com'i; on. Tuesday.' ■ . Mr. II. L. Adams (P.M) : What was the provocation? • In emphatic terms Woods explained to the Bench that Tie was with two other men when a,-man,. who wns a .total stranger to him, accosted him; The man stood jn front of defendant and abused him vilely, and then ho "lost his block and told h:ni ofl'". De fendant added that ho- -was a' total' abstainer and did not ordinarily use bad. language, but he was provoked into his lapse. i figt. Campbell: I think the men'; by Woods is quite 'correct; I know therCj-was some l'ttle hubbub. P.M: . Where was the languap-'j used? Sgt. Campbell: In the-main street about 3 o'clock in the aftcrnom; but only a few male people were i„ .lie vicinity at tlie. time. P.M: I , will take into cons'dora ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
?fc - •• - • * %. j - &lt;" ~~ * r\A ^] ^ , , V ,7&lt;i * ! New Beauty f®r tit© W@w Noiv on display at our ©rtl "ooms TO-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 Linos New Roomy Bodies New Larger Fenders New Deeper New Smaller Whcelt; Radiator New Colour Neic Larger Tyres Harmonies The Jiiistless Steel used for all ex posed metal parts is an innovation of unusual interest ill motor car construction. This Rustless Steel retains its gleam ing lustre forjhe life of the car and \\ill not corrode, rust or ..-tarnish in any weather. It is oiie indication of the enduring quality, thai is b...
THE GOLDEN ERA Will Hill End Boom Again? Miners Confident [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
THE GOLDEN ERA Will Hill End Boom Again? Miners Confident • There is a revival of mining on the-; old Hill End field, and the memories of Holterman's nugget'and the rich catches over half a century.. ago are filling the minds "of 'the miners there to-day with cheery optimism. j Most of the mines "now opera?:ng' are being worked by tributors, where-' by the miner receive half wages and half the gold won. Old tunnels anil drives in the Hawkins' Hill territory! are being made safe for working, and machinery. which has lain v-idle emce the last revival is being brought into, action. ' • ' . j The roar of the stampers*in on'ic more to be heard in the town, and several good crushings have been put through of late. Last week Ellis and:, party crushed 42 tons of 33 oz. of 'retorted gold, while several other par ities have ore at grass awaiting'their 'turn. I The miners are reported as mak'ng . close u]) !o the basic wage, -and : ex pcct butter results from the stono.that they are now workin...
Shields Troupe at Gular [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
Shields Troupe at Gtilar ■As popular as ever was the pefe grinaiing Johnny Shields' boxing con bination aj the Gular Show lasl ■week. The gssficulat'ng promotei put on a scries of good, even, .mills and fistic fans got a feast of stousl: for then1 money. Shields never'let; his patrons down, for' they invari ably get/their money's worth. Anions ■the con.iesis stafj'.dv much interest . eenlrod in the meet'ng of Mick Mun : day, of Dubbo, and Ernie Myers, one of- the troupe. Munday" lasted the ifour- rounds and assimilated severe punishment. The big bout on Sat urday saw George Jordon, the; burly Coonamble pug, cleaned up Doyle in the second round. Noted "Gil." Sbeepbreedcr One of Gilgandra clistrictV most successful, stud :shecp personalities :s Mr. P. II; Wake, of "I-Iomlee"_.Bor ■ 'd«u Leicester F,*ud. He continued :: his long.Avinning sequence at:Gular's '• show last week, when he had a red : -litter time so far as awards were - concerned. In fact, he monopolised the prize list for....
REPLY TO SHIRE PRESIDENT Futile Shuffling [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
REPLY TO SHIRE PRESIDENT Futile Shuffling Our readers;were treiiLoci Io.a.. niAs tcrly effort in . last-;-week's: Jss.ue of | Cr. E. Townsend, Shire President, en d(savouring to sliuff-o out of an awk \.-;ud situation by delving in o mat .••irs-that we.reontirely oE .no concern ii r controversy, that lias been creat ed through this paper objecting to. tho.| curtailment of the olec vie lighting sjorvica* between 12.-30 and (i.30 . a.m. At-'a-t shire meeting C'-vTownscud "in'ldly" protested against the article in particular, although his; protest was 1 disguised with remarks about "inno ';ura e" reports, followed by a leng thy letter in our last issue deny'ng; most of the remarks attributed to one of the. Councillors, and .sandwiched with his usual flow of sarcas.r.. When .nearly .two' columns were used by him iiK an endeavour, to induce the com munity 'that he did not "sponsor" the curtailing of the lighling service it \-rta'nly shows that he had a very v;oak ease to work on. Takir.g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 29 May 1930
FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! •\ Sunday, June 1st, 1930 OnV.t(?e Clubs' New Ground EARL\ MATCH— \To start at 2 p.m. GIL&ANDRA BLUES v. LINGERIE Match to Commence' at 3.15 GILG^NDRA ' NARROMtWE (REFEREE: MR. W. O'NEILL) ROI-L UP AND SEE TWO GOOD MATCHES .• To Thrifty Shopers! Goods at Half-Price on Next Saturday,* May 31st . Our Showroom) Mercery, Clothing and Dress Departments will offer a Special Purchase; of Winter. Goods at HALF the USUAL PRICE for CASH. Don't miss this op portunity. Visit l|'ie HALF PRICE TABLES in the Depar'.meats men . tioned and secure your share of the Bargains. Showroom offerings in clude Evening Frocks, Millinery, Cardigans, Pullovers, Vests, Gloves> Etc. In the Mercery Half Price Specials you will find Flannel Pyja mas, Singlets, Cardigans, Pullovers, Shirts, Hats n(nd Many Other! Lines ait HALF THE USUAL PRICE FOR CASH Remember for ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY, MAY 31st ' Shop Enrly and secure Biff Bargains TH^I WESTERN STORES AND ED«LEY*S LTD, GILGANDRA
STRAWBERRY'S SYSTEM She Denies it is Freak Like [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
STRAWBERRY'S SYSTEM She Denies it is Freak L'ke Referring to a cow that had been over-fed, in a recent issue a Forbes liewsheet stated' that the, bovine had "developed alarming systems." In a- spccial interview-vsjth -Straw berry,- that lady: assured-^a Press rep resentative that her system was no different;.-to that of aiiy other milk producer. She definitely: denied that in view of the attempts'ito establish a butter factory in Forbes, she had evolved a. system of supplying, butter straight from the cow; "as it were. Strawberry agreed that if such had been the case, it would most certainly haVo been an "alarming system" that produced the butter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
P. H. WAKE HOLMLEE BOR DER LEICESTER " STUD Rrgislurcd No. 124 in 'lie A.L.W.B. Association. 9 The Ewes of the above Slud wei'e purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and wore joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Ranis, three of the oldest registered .studs in New Zealand. The above Ram Lamb is-only 10'months old, and shows great mut ton qualities and character; ' INSPECTION INVITED. . Gslg&ndra. :Rubber Works Advaax ILatest Methods MURPHY'S BUILDING, WARREN ROAD All Classes of Tyres and Tubes Repaired RETREADING A SPECIALITY SATISFACTION! GUARANTEED ALL RETREADS 3000 MILES GUARANTEE PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. TRIED, TRUSTED AND TRUE TO THE INTERESTS OF \ THE PRIMARY PRODUCERS Therefore consign you Sheep, Cattle, Wool, Hides, SbeepSkijis,. Furs, Rabbitskins, Tallow Pigs and Calve~s etc. ' ' to!— . •' — . , ' PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD SYDNEY Pastoral Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. TAKE CARE OF THE PENNIES ; The Pounds Will Take Care of You ; The greater number of o...
SHIRE DISMISSALS Gilgandra Council's Action Supported at Conference [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
SHIRE DISMISSALS Gilgandra Council's Action Supported at Conference "That the Local Government Act be" altered so that with due notice Shire3 can dismiss em ployees, including Shire Clerks and engineers." This was u motion successfully piloted by Cr. -E. V. Townsend, Presi dent of the Gilgahdra Shire Council,, at last-week's annual conference of the Local Government Association in Sydney. He was the. local council's accredited representative. In submitted the motion,_the Gil gandra President declared that coun cils should be masters of their own business. Present day councillors had more than an elementary know ledge of bus'ness and bookkeeping, and were fair judges of whether work was satisfactorily carried out, and had an average sense of fair minded Officers ^re tlierefbre. not likely to suffer through any spite from councillors. The motion was easily carried. Another resolution from Gilgandra was that land holders be compelled to destroy noxious weeds on half the width of any ro...
A BIDDON FARMER Passing of Mr. Edward Bourke An Ill Fated Family [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
A BIDDON FARMER Passing of Mr. Edward Bourke An 111 Fated Family Although he. has been' unwell for over three months,; during which time he was seriously ill with nervous .trouble, (he.death of Mr.. Edward Bourke, a well known -Biddon farmer, came as" a-great shock"to his relatives and friends. H© was- only 5G years of age. Born at Bathurst,. .where he lived for 20 years, the late Mr. Bourke in early manhood went to Wellington to reside and after a long reg'me in that district he came to Gilgandra and thence to the Biddon district, where he continued t'o pui-sue farm ing operations. He was-a successful farmer. That was quite understand able as he had spent'most of his life on the land. A man of retiring and quite disposition, Mr. Bourke did not mingle with the outside world very much, being very alttached to his family and home. However, he was well and favourably known by a large number of Gilgandra and district peo ple, who are sorry at his untimely demise. To the sorrowing wife a...
FLIRTING WITH DEATH Deadly Eye Germ Removed Gilgandra Lady's Ordeal [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
FLIRTING WITH DEATH Deadly Eye Germ Removed Gilgandra Lady's Ordeal j Thanks to tiaving acted. promptly on the advice of her . local medical attendant, Mrs. ■ L. A. Cosier, proprietress of a W.ell-Jtnown beari ng establish ment in Myrtle Street, Gilgan- . t!ra, still retains prccious life. Some time ago, following a per iod of illness, Mrs. Cos'er entered a locaV Private Hospital for treatment, but as lier trouble grew worse," with complicaiions developing, she was advised to seek attention from a Syd hey specialist. Mrs. Cosier was not slow to act. ./ • On the 13th of last month she en trained for Sydney - where she im mediately: had a consultation with a Macquarie street .doctor. She also complained of having a sore and .paim ful- right eye, which1 occasionally had troubled her at home, but which she did not regard in a serious light. The Specialist closely examaincd the eye, and, to ' h's astonishment; discovered (ho prcscnce:of a germ. . R?a'ising ihat the germ might at any time...
A PUNCHING PARSON Bluffed by Editor [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
A PUNCHING PARSON Bluffed by Editor Those who pull editors to pieces and bring them under the severe lash of criticism (are Gilgandra civic heads "listening") should beware. Read the appended, which speaks for itself:— D:scussing "The Presbyterian" newspaper at the Assembly the other day, Rev. A. J."Barrett, of Bombala, declared that he had been misrepre sented, slandered and maligned by the editor, but had received neither an explanation nor any redress. Incidentally Rev. Barrett remark ed that he had punched a couple of elders and was not ashamed of it. The editor (Rev. Millikcn) there upon intimated that Rev. Barrett might be able to punch elde>.-s, bub he had better not begin on editors. saxr-tsstaaaasssssssasxaffiasBi The VICTOR family'—PLAYER PIANOS —'PIANOS —TALKING MACHINES—RADIO—fully guar anteed by PALING'S SYDNEY. Write for full particulars atid very easy terms. in mud, from head to foot. Rain commenced to fall about ten minute* after the game had started, and al thoug...
MIGRANT'S DISHONESTY Series of Gilgandra Thefts Convicted and Gaoled [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
MIGRANT'S , DISHONESTY Series of Gilgandra- Thefts Convicted and Gaoled Looking despondent, a young Englishman named William Waugfli Jordan was presented be • fore Messrs. D. A. McLean and B. A. Woods, J's, P., at the Gil gandra Police Court on Monday on a number of Larceny counts and a vagrancy charge. In all but one instance he pleaded guil ty and was dealt with rather leniently. Jordon sat with bowed head dur ing the proceeding's, in which he seemed to manifest* litjtle interest. There was an interested gallery." Sgt. Campbell appeared as prose cutor. The charges preferred against Jordon were as follows:— 1 That between May 7 and 25 at Gilgandra lie did steal one striped golf shirt and collar, valued at 5/-, the property of James Glover That between May 7 and 25 he did steal three blankets, valued at £3, the property of John Curran. 3 That on May 11 he did steal a pair of tan shoes and socks, valued at 30/-, the property of John Mor ley. i ■ 4 That at Gilgandra he bad two sports ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
SERVE THIS DELICIOUS ORANGE SANDWICH F HERE level 4oz. plain flour or 1 ■ breakfast cup. :4oz. sugar or-* breakfast cup. .2: eggs. ■;1 dessertspoon butter (melted). 1 full teaspoon Aunt Maryls • Baking Powder. 3 tablespoons hot water. Aunt Mary's Orange Butter. Save the Li«3s S '.'When you have 50 clean - lids from the-tins of Aunt Mary's Baking Powder "-''send them to Tillock & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liver ■ pool Streets, Sydney,, with your name and ad dress, and you will re ceive A HANDSOME SURPRISE PACKET ,v —FREE ! IS THE RECIPE: Method : Separate the whites and yolks of the eggs. Beat' the yolks together, then the whites to a stiff consistency. Now add whites with beaten yolks, then add the flour con taining the baking powder and mix lightly; lastly adding hot water and butter together. Put into greased sandwich tins, bake in moder ate oven. When cool, join together with Aunt Mary's Orange Butter and sprinkle with icing sugar. AUNT MARY/ BAKING POWDER Costs a little more—wo...
MAGNETIC MAHER CUP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930
MAGNETIC MAHER CUP The great magnet of Southern foot jail, the Maher Cup, is again the all lbsorbing topic down south. Sevei'al noted team l'ke Cootaniundra, Junee, femora and Waggu have designs on it, but the trophy will be hard to "lifi." from Barmedman, where the locals are a power to be reckoned with. The team includes several brothers, like the Hannah's- Bridge team did. They are the Lawrences, who learnt their football while- stu dents at All Saints College, Balhuist, n few years ago. - DESPOTIC DUBBO There is a deal of contention in Gilgandi'a- footy circles over the ac tion of ths group outhorities in post poning next Sunday's inter-town matches in order that Dubbo could play a match at home with the East ern Suburbs team, Sydney. It seems unfair and unjust that the rest of the I teams in the gitaup competition J should have to be denied their foot ball just to meet the selfish wishes of the Dubbo League. If tihat town desired to have the Sydneysiders with them they could ha...