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NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN I MENT RAILWAYS Attention isVlivccted to notifications ■appearing,. iik Government Gazette No. 60, of theNJ3rd May, 1930, re. Specfng the dedication.' of 1'ailway land for road purposes on the Dubbo to Cobnamble Raihvayv(Parfc 2. W; II. NEWMAN, Secretaly.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FORBES ALDERMAN WRATHFUL Scathing Criticism of Minister BITTER FEND AGGRAVATED Mr. Weaver's Satire [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

FORBES ALDERMAN WRATHFUL Scathing Criticism of Minister BITTER FEND. ' AGGRAVATED - . ,Mr. Weaver's Satire" ■ ; A - slashing -. attack on Mr.s..Weaver, Minister for Forests,'-for- what is 'termed.-:hi» "ungentlenianly/.outburst' of acrimony'': oil :his < recent visit to Forbes : to debatewith the Farmers ar.dj Settl.M's!,,' Association iths: merits si mi de-nu-.f.i of the I'ViWry 'I)e IJai'tjuent's decisionv: to*'proceeds with experiments lit Yamma Forest, was made by the retiring President:of the 1 Local Government Association-(Aid'.' G. A. L. -Wilson, of- Forbes:) at the recent -Local Government" Conference J in reply ; to- the; Ministers caustic cri- ' ticism of -.him. •-. In biting terms he! thundered that the Minister was "nothing ;but : an impudent insulting and- '.. irresponsible Minister and a Parliamentary. Jester." : JVlr.: Weaver was: reported to have said that those whor-knew^ Mr.-sWilson. as he did would'-treat him with. - con-: tempt. ' . „ '-t - "He doesnot...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

• ' Woods'' Groat 'Peppermint For Influenza C.olds. A HOCKEY SOCIAL -will be hcldlin the COLLIE HALL On Wednesday, 25th June. I ' HEANEY'S MUSIC | • Gents 5/-A Ladies 37 I \ R. MOORE, I - V ■■■■■■. Secretary. |. ' ' - ■—.—.— DANCE AT HILLSIDE Come one! Cornwall! to the Merry makers Dance in 'Hillside Hall, on Wednesday, 25th June, 1930 HAWKINS ORCHESTRA Excellent Supper." V Good Floor. ■' '■ \. ' Prices: Gents 5/6, Ladies 2/6. IRENE: ROGERS, hon Secretary. FOUND Tyre, Tube'ajid Rim. Owners can have same, by applying to:— _KINGSLE\ & MATI1ES, Stock and Property Salomon, Gular gambone. - TENNIS TOURNAMENT Under the ausprces of the,Eumunge i'rie Disto'ct Tennis - League, at Eit \mungerie on the, 19th, 2pth, & 21st June Entries ctasc on 16th JUNE Don't forget.Uit^two junior events for boys and girls Ifi years. & under Entry forms and fuidlier particu lars .from— A, 0. RICHARDS, > Phone-'J (i).' Hon. See. 'P FOR SALE ■ About 450-Bfeino Ew.es (2,-.4, 6, nnd—8 to...

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"GIL'S" NAPOLEON Wallops His Loving Lillian Law Demands Truce [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

NAPOLEON Wallops His Loving Lillian Law-Demancls Truce ' •' " Gilgandra's . erstwhile Napoleon, better - known local cognoscenti, ; has like the: illustrious French' gen eral of that ilk, been on the warpath of late, but' is not likely to be ' mentioned inn despatches : foi\ gallanti'y—quite the reverse. Michael has -mado:.lif«t so unbearable for/his better •'half 'that she has had;:to Jn.-; ■voko the protection of the law. ^ . Hcres-what a Sydney paper has to: say about the rift-Michael.has-caused in- domestic lute:—' ^/ "Michael Napoleon is a very quite, gentleman, but -when inv: drink he chases' his- wife, Lillian ••• Regius,:Only: the other night ho said he'd choke her, because she wasn't goodjcnough for him. to know. After; having.:said :a few-'-niovo.' words to the woman, ho I retired to - the1 parlor to entertain I Hire© .friends-with wine and song'.. So she went" to- sleep.- But : after having decided that Michael Napoleon though lie bore a great name, had too, arbitarary a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

Crystal Pala.ee Pictures MORTOnNd'OWKEY Star of "MOTHER'S BOY" in DIRECT FROM ST^TE THEATRE, SYDNEY Sensational Crash -at Brisbane lllh and 12S:h JUNE

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ON THE BALL "Gil" Club's Quiet Time Orange Still to Fore [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

ON THE BALL "Gil" Club's Quiet Time Orange Still to Fore (t!v Rover) " Involuntarily the Gilgandra Foot ballers were not seen in action last week end. That was owing'to the wet elements which precluded the Narro •niine players from fullfilling their engagement Jierej However, the muddied 'oafs were not displeased over the advent of the rain as it was so welcome to the farmers and will do such an immense amount of good. It was thought by some of the young er bloods that a .practice game would be "goodo" in the mud, but the in sistence of Jupiter Pluvius finally damped their ardor entirely and the training outing was declared off. This week end the second graders will, weather permitting, go ahead with their competition matches, but there is some doubt at the time of writing what the first graders will be doing. Ntvrromine has been asked to come over and play the match which was to be played last week end. Failing the:r visit it is quite on t.ho cards the team will have to travel if i...

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"AREN'T WOMEN WONDERFUL!" Our Next Amateur Treat Talented Cast Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

"AREN'T WOMEN WONDERFUL!" Our Next Amateur Treat " Talented Cast Choisen*" '■Aren't Womehv'iWondorlul" l-'-This is the lathcr.thri'lling title of the next production to be iiaged under' the auspices of the'G Igandra Follies, an enihusiastic, amateur tliealrical com bination. A light, sparkling musical comedy y it"is sure to win favor with the musical tastes of the community. . « The chief 'moving spiritin the Fol lies is the' producer and publicity .agent,;, Mr. F.: P. Kiely, who in his, former: capacity ; Has > heaps ■ -to.' do v. But the wide.scope- offered and dili gent effort required, finds an outlet for. his unflagging zeal, histrionic qua lities keen discernment'and surprising energy. Indeed, he is a man of many pjnrts. the: right - man -in the right' place. .The producer along with other good judges were* entrusted with the selection of .the -cast'lor the coming, play/- It is generally ' conceded they made a'icapitol job of things; that-the parts1 were - ideally : allotte...

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Farmer's Misfortune [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

Farmer's Misfortune A very< painful and serious acc: befell ;■■Mr.1' -Wiliain Dunn "-nC IiI' Is this week.'-II-j was in the act o-: • \i isfcJng, a" piece of : wivo on part of. n•»farm implement ;md- C'jiv this 4 lu-pt it. was using, a ifilei« Suddenly *t.ie flic-'snapped and- '.ho. j'-'psn! • owl •. r cue i portion - was' foiy;sd• into one oC his. eyes-.'.• Theveye-ba!l was .dread-: lii!'/ injured,; and ■ the intense rain u".tv.b!-i ck caused him to faint IIo. was ordered ■ treatment 'by ■ a -spacial ist, and Mr. ..-Dunnj was motored to - Or ange and is nowj anJnmate of Dudley Hospital. ^At fir^t.it.'was thought the injured eye would'have to -be remov ed, but, fortunately, this wnls not considered necessary. It will not be" known for a few days whether; the sight of the eye had been permanent ly destroyed or not.

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CHAMPION OF ENGINEER "Fairplay" Outspoken Alleged Humilation Condemned (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

CHAMPION OF ENGINEER "Fairplay" Outspoken Alleged Humilation Condemned (To The,Editor) Sir,—I- ;■ agree with" the -remarks niade by. "Business'Vthat a* lot of^un-v necessary time is;wasted: by; the Coun-: cil on tr val matters, : a large pro portion oC •.whl»5h'''ai,cy-.-■•pally?.c flice" business. -Important matters ;foivlhe'. welfare : of .the. Sh!re -are ^seemingly, unpopu'ar with some^Councillors and? only what* the "ifian in t'ie street says:'. sort of stuff" is ventilated. Jmpor tant business such .as swimming-baths,: towM improvements and rehire roads i: and other important matters are." I swiftly-disposed of to make room toi lsome Councillor looking for limelight Im o'rder that some trival matter should 'appear in print. There might be some consolation iri a person scc" ing his name in print-through some: meritorious act:on deserving of the name of statesmanship, but it.is vcry; poor comfort to. Ratepayers to see the time of the Council occupied in petty, fogging discussion....

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King's Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

K'ng's Birthday Monday next; yth Jutp.is a, puune, holiday,'■ tlvo occasion boiW the King's' birthday. ^Stores will tiloso allcdajr, and - the Post 0 nice will Remain open until 10 a.m. only. ' All! mails close at that hour. vNo money ? order. or banking business will be. transacted. The office : will be open . i oJr; about'half ■ an hour after Sydney nia:l has>been, sorted for over the •counter .delivery..] Private box holders mail will also be sorted. ■

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Gilgandra Golfers for Orange [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

r: . Gilgandra Golfers for Orange Gilgandra will be strongly repre sented at the big, open golf tourney totbe played at Qrange this -week end '"?nd:on Monday. The personal of the local team is:—Messrs. A. Krohn. 15. Byrnes, Is. Tibbits, IT. Campbell, F. Munro and L. D. Serisiev. 1 These are a redoubtable lot on paper and,it it is quite on the cards some of them "Will be amongst the'prize winners; V

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A WIDOW'S LAPSE False Cheque for Frock Case At Orange [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

£ A WIDOW'S LAP — 0X0 False. Cheque for FrocI Case At Orange A woman who gave the name of Adeilc Lewis, and claimed to be ; a widow, was before; the Orange court on -Monday charged with ;>having , fal-, sely pretended' to Frederick Bennett: that ■' a cheque' for £5 bearing the j name of-W.v'MIiigman rwas a good j and : legal'f tender,■■■■■■■■thereby■'■'- obtaining froin ' • hinva .dress, hat, "• and other goods to the value of £5. Thefevidence^of'. Bennett,:heard:at a previous .court, implicating the . wo man, was read over. Sergeant Smith said he had:, inter- j viewed ; the defndant, - who- admitted ■ having been '■■-' in.- the .employ of Mr;■ Iligman on ilth MayShe also iad-; mitted .having-purchased: a^ dressi from a' shop vin' Peisley ' Street'for a -Miss King,- payi ng if or - it by • cheque.-■ : He, said to her, "Wheie did you get the "cheque?'.'.1.. and "she-:: replied^; "A girl named-ICing'gave it to me.-''-He then said, "Did you see her after the pur chase'-of the* dress...

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EUMUNGERIE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

EUMUNGERIE NEWS aUA (From ■ our Correspondent) Glorious- r;iin -fell throughout" ijhe district during the week end i-eg.'stra •tions varying"fronv 120: pdnts^to -230 :poin.ts;wEvcrybody':is- smiling<now; -as ; prospects : have: ^ ever- been - better for. yeuiv\ - The "crops are looking splen rdid • iind.-.'r-jve -ato'dHng fexcep'-'onully ;ivel!.iv-In^many instances ilarge: stock' ;oiv sheep "have: been- ijhit 'Ohv to • chock Ihe prolific growth. It will """only require a moderate ii'ainfalkitoi follow to give a bumper :l:arvest;i.,.:3?ced is. not too plentiful, but: the rains, with mild conditions should g've sufficient for the winteiv ££«:-• Most T>Sbp]e- arc finished seeding, ■but there are still a' few, who have quite anarea to put in yet. It won't take muclr more rain to prevent these from" finishing. - ' • ' " TENNIS ~ ' The tournament to be held - on the 19th, 20th and '21st June is- again !creating keen interest. . The "recent rains have enhanced prospects 100 p...

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PERSONAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

PERSONAL PARS . • Tlie many friends o£ Messrs. J. •King.:and; J..!:I{eddington Avljjo were: in* jured on Saturday week last when a motor, lorry ; of' which r thej| werej oc-f: . Cupimls capsized- will ■ bev&leaseil: to know ;lhat • thcy. .l!avo rimwoved vcon-\ sideiably. J Mr; and Mrs. E. A. IBtycoek sare receiving: "congratulatioifs . on ; the b'rth:o£ a son'. Mr. P. S. Hawkins retu argambone :after a . short i ney.- | Mr. and Mrs. B. Fii]'n| ing congratulations on w a baby daught#r. • | . Mr ; ^II. J.-Lewis affca business ti'iii:to Sydney lias retarned. ' Mr. and Mi's. W. Goqwger have just •r©turnedC'.tVjer. jhavinfr Spent \therr holidays in Sydney, f ; After1 a rather' lonjl absence from GulaiyvMv. T. Gleesojh has returned after v a trip to the feraidwood and South Coast distr.'cta ' Mr. A. Strang wllo has been an inmate of the hospital for some time is considerably improved. I Mrs. J. Ginty oJ "Nepean" has returned to Gularglimbone after • a prolonged holiday spent in th...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

Cricket ! , Although the 'J»t- cricKec setusim has only just been brought to a close/ already:-arrangemeiB are being made' for.;the coming season. The treasur rer. of the Gulargamaone Cricket club (Mr. J. T. Clarke)! has written all su'rrounding clubs Splacing before them -the advantages they -would;, de rive if an association! could be form ed''" arid competition arranged of home: and^home matS|]es.. It is pro-; l>osPd ;to hold a mooting of repre sentatives-: from: all {pubs interested: in-.the' movement injjGulargambone •:On» ^Wednesday, '2nd . jjuly •. when it. 'is -hopod a large' al,leriHa1iu,i> 'will be present. - Any chibs \v|shing ;to gain: information of.:the; proposed, associa tion will receive? same ;on- application to Mr. J. T. Clarke, Sox l,: Gular gambono. Thanks to jtho work of the energetic GilgandrafFootbalkclub all football clubs are now being well catered ' for- :in the way. of: matches,; as a result of ;the association' that wag: Eorrned, so that .there, is ...

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

FOOTBALL Owinjj to the. rain all -spor.ing events in ."which Gulargainbone iwere represented were cancelled. -Sport ing partisans -Wad .one- consolation; that being that the va'rious clubs will benefit indiroct/ythroughout-the: bene ficial rain that fell throughout. :_the district. ■ i On Sunday njaxt, the Green will be at home to Giljjandra Seconds. This match was postponed on account of, the rain last Sftnday. - The following: team was selected for the match that, was cancelled Although we are not in' a pos'tion to sijite at the time of writ ing if the same team has been select ed i'oi' Sunday:—Macken, . Bowman; Craigic, O'Conliell, Hawkins/ Oldfield, I-Iewitt, Courstll-Ierringy Hourn,' Dick ens, Press,- 111 '(Lewis, Reserves R. Lemis, Masters! -Thorna. , - . . A surprise omission from the team that played at lEumungerio • is that of Masters. Helhas only played two" games 'and" shojvod improved form each game. Or the last game, he, was played out < £ his place, which is...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Weather [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

Weather; ." Stated by landowners- to have" been the most .beneficial*rain, that ;has -fal len; for :.years,*tlie: fall that favoured tho Gulargambone ilistrict has. caused greatv jubilation, amongst.■ . all land owners.:. The .amount registered v at - tliD^'Post Ofiice - amounted; -to ;1B4 points though -many holdings in the country reported-hqavier falls. . Com mencing on Saturday at midday steady . showery; rain, .commenced- to fall,and",continued Wtil- midnight/ ;lt eased oft" for some! time; but.^com menced, again early: pn Sunday morn ing and continued ,on < and off all -day;. The fall will' do fan , . incalculable amount of good, "& will benefit crops &. pastures alike to.aiconsiderable ex tent. . It is safe- to ;say that the dis trict 'will derive, more" good ; out. of • the rairi ' over -jthe * week; end than out of "the' January iyill; when close on five inches were :a*agistered. The ground has received a| good soaking and Vv'nler feed is assured....

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

~ - ; Racing ; Secretary-Mr. B. A. Anderson re ports' that there Jias been a steady, demand for programmes and, particu lars of - the Trustees ,bnd Citizens race meeting- to |e held on Tuesday and "Wednesday, 17th and 18th June, •1980.The committee-.are sanguine that the meetingJwill be'a.great suc cess. 'Owners are reminded- that the entries close on 62th June, the, day following the 'Bwndine meeting., A com'nrttee meetiife will be hold on Saturday aflernoSn, ■ 14th* inst. at: 3 ^ p.m. to make . finftl . arrangements. A grand social -will-Be held on the first, night of the rat&s, .comprising old time and modern cUinces, and a euchre party for which Valuable prizes wul be given. < I < •' -

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HOLIDAY FOOTY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

HOLIDAY FOOTY It is' quite on the cards that Gil-' garidra • first wi'.l visit "Dunedoo for the holiday on Monday. The club at the TJalbragar township has issued a pressing invitation for our lads to gb over and try conclusions with Ted Taplin's hefty men, and has promised a " return -game at an early date should the visit be made to Dunedoo. Doubtless the Dunedoo men would honer thieir word as they are reputed, for the fulfillment of all engagements to which they commit themselves. .

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ORANGE EXCEL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

ORANGE- EXCEL '• Before the game was long in pro-; gi-ess. 'keen judges could see that the ! visitors hopes would be soon dashed to the ground. They had several ex cellent Player, who were responsible ; for many clever individual efforts but ' the team as a whole lacked resource, '• combination and finish, The clever ' backs of Orange and the irrepressible forward waged a relentless war on ' their more ihefty opponents, even tually playing them to.a standstill,! despite the fact that they were a man land a good one, too—short, owing J to having been hurt, almost, from the commencement of play. - • ■ Orange, it should be here stated, was minus the services of three first choice backs, one of whom was cap tain'ng 2nd Country in Sydney. The League officials owe an explanation to the sporting public why they al lowed the captain-coach. M absent himself , from an important fixture. THE BIG GAMES The big matches start in Sydney on Saturday, When Queensland will tackle the State thirteen. ...

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