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

GILGANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL NOXIOUS PLANTS AND ANIMALS Notice is hereby given under section 470-1 (a)- of the Local Govern ment Act. 1919, that the following plants and animals have, in accordance with the law, been declared by the Council noxious plants and anima's, that is to say:— (Sc'cr.tilie Name) \ - (Name by which commonly known) \ •jTanthum Spir.osum V. Bathurst Burr • Arg-emone Mexicana. i . Mexican Poppy. Ccntaurea Galcitrapa* $ • r -Star Thistle; , ■ Esluunv Plantagineum. ft - - Patterson's-Curse. Cnralhamus ,Lanatus. 'V • ' " . Saffron Thistlfe.- .. Liycium Barbavuni. ' V >V. - African Boxthorn. Nicotiana Glauca. \ Tree Tobacco. „ , - ■ oo'.anuni Vernascifoliuml 5 v Wild Tobacco" Tree. : - ,' r Martynia Proboscidea. \ \ ^ .Devils Claw. Xanthium Strumarium. - ' V Noogoora Burr. ■ . - ■ Inula Graveolens. 5 % • • Stinkwort. ■ ^ Bnssia Birchii. y. • Galvanised Burr. Uomer'a Collina. ' \ Cape Tulip. ■ . The attention of all owners and occupiers of land is. drawn- to the terms ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coonamble Mail Late [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

- - Coonamble Mail Late The Coonamhble mail had an inter rupted passage through this morning from the near-west, and, as a result, I did not arrive in Gilgandra until an I hour and a half nfter scheduled time. The delay consequently delayed the delivery of the town mail, though . oncc in. the hands of the postal staff .it was expediously handled,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLOVES ARE ON Cr. Hitchen Hits Out At Belligerent "Business" (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

GLOVES ARE ON Cr. Hitchen Hits Out At Belligerent- "Business" (To, The Editor) Sir,—Your,: issue of May; 21st eon-, ■tains a. letter "signed•'"Business". - U have no .idea why-lie should'be, asham icd of the name h's, parents:gave him, if- ho is /why - not' re; register A.undcr some suitable name). 'I-Ie starts oft' by ■ making: reference to; the: inconve niene'e-builders-will be put to through me pointing, out: {0 -the Council - that buildings wtrc being .erected ilie-i gaily. I quote you sect"on 311, of L.G. Act. wlr'ch 'jrcad: A building shall not be erected or altered unless [ the approval of :the.Council- is obtain ed therefor beforehand." "Business" will see by this; section; of the- Act. i that there arc houses and shops ercc | ted in Gilgandra, without Councils l authority,- ' -Furthermore,; did ' "Bus [•ines's" get permission tp"erect fences? ! If-he reads Part XI< division 4 :of- the L. G. Act: he will see: that-he ..cannot i erect fences.without the authority: ...

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

Beautiful Blooms ■ The tables at Mi-. Stan Lewis' Im ; perial Hotel this week have boon given,an extremely bright and color • ful effect sby the presence of some" ■ choice, vanagated roses. The beau tiful blooms won the admiration, of . the many dozens of people and diners ' there, including a number of tourists i and travellers, all of whom pronounc ed the roses the "best ever." One, of a glorious pink hue and of/extra-; • ordinary size, was the cynosure of,all : eves. The roses wore grown by Mrs. •II. Mv Garling, of Gilgandra, whose reputation as an horticulturist is well: . 'fiunvn. Accovdi-ng to good,, judges the (lowers would win prizes- in any show. .■

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

Woods' Great 'Peppermint Curo For Coughs and Colds, never fails. .

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

Thursday, June bth, 193U A J-« VJAI ?S§^^^4tgl <",-L V.'f , <- 1 -'SSS^i i ' '' ',1 il'jilil'll'"1''! "J ''ntl'Si#1! New Be^irty. f©ar tit© Mew Noiv on display at our slioivrooms fir* 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 coi:tour, and with new style and distinction, set a new high standard of beauty for a low-priced car. Notc.vorthy improvements are introduced:— Neiv Rzislless Steel iS'eiv Stream Lines IS'etv Roomy Bodies New Larger Fenders Neiv Deeper NeivSmallc.rTF heels Radiator New Colour New Larger Tyres Harmonies The Rustless Steel used for all ex posed metal parts is ail innovation of unusual interest in motor car construction. This Rustless Sleel retains its gleam ing lustre for the life of the car and will not corrode, rust or tarn...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A TENNIS INVASION Gilgandra's Big Tourney Clash of Champions [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

A TENNIS INVASION Gilgandra's Big Tourney n — ■') ; Clash of Champions" Everything is in readiness for the big annual tennis- tourney, which will open in Gilgandra on Saturday and continue over the following two - days. . ■ No less than ISO devotees of , 'lie racquet game will be seen in action, there being 80 gents and 70 ladies nominated in t(He vari. ous teams. The entries are just as numerous as last year and the. success of the ambitious project is assured in every way. Thei'iA will be quite a uuniher of I "•lass players. Outstanding will be | W. II. Christie and Doug Yeo, the' Dubbo champions, who have loomed I high in the State tennis world for many years. It is a revelation how th:s pair have retained their brilliant form for such a long time. They are sure to be a big attraction and play a prominent,.parfUn. the destination of the Lews 0,;vs\ -Mch their team, '^>>iibbo hold. 1 - " be Bar Vlie Boothenb' " Other..* den J'-' b.V' sii. ard ;W..-.".0: a' bong Club, fo'cai ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WINTER DRESS FABRICS Moderately Priced [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

WINTER DRESS FABRICS Moderately Priced 38" a"l wool diwa flannels 111 wine, jnaiive and ^>iscuil. Price <1/6 yard. 38" all wool^flanuul, navy, 4/11 yard 31" check v^oelia flannel, ideal for childrens frodks, assorted checks <1/11 yard. 39'-'.. di'ess tweeds, very popu lar 'this season a splendid assortment to 'choose ;frbm. Prion 5/11 yard. 38" all ■..■■woolscrepe-do-pliene, these: are showing i| saxo, brown", fawn, reseda,'lightsa*e etc. r Price 7/G and 8/11. 38" 'Allfevool charmclaines in all wanted' shaaes. 'Priced sit 8/6; Black all wool enjarmelaine 10/6 per yard. -31" Fancys/lannclettc, a cosy cloth for winter, in a wonderful range of; colours, price w 11 yard. ■/; EXCEPTIONAl VALUES IN ~ MANCHESTER 30"- Cream flannelette special Xlr per yard. 36'' Muk flannelette-, splendid quality 1/3 sard;'-' 30" strip ed 'osmanettc 'ffannettitte, excellent patterns for pyjamas. ^Ptvce 1/6 ,yd. 28" All wool natural flannel. : Special 2/3 yard. 80" grey sheeting, spl...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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"WEEKLY" HOLIDAY No Publication on Monday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

> film.«:*u;iwi.!::wui!iai.iM "WEEKLY" HOLIDAY No Publication on Monday In order to allow the memb ers of the staff to enjoy King's Birthday holiday on Monday the "Weekly" will not be published ■ on that day, but, as usual will be out as bright as ever on Thursday next. That issue will contain ajssf attractive and full budget of local news, with the big annual tennis tourney a (special feature.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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WEEK-END FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

WEEK-END FOOTBALL Throe matchcs"*wilt\be played on the local ground on Sunday, the first, commencing- at. 3.30 between the Gilgandra: All Blues and; a visiting eight stone team from Gulargambone in- a game for the A. B. C. cup." The I socond contest will be for.the Crystal Palace Cup, when: the local Rovers i will have as opponents the Coonamble Ramblers. . The final flutter will see the.Gilgandra Blues and: Eumungeriej in action in the .third series of match es in connection with the- inter-dis-'i irict competition. The teams, select-n ed are:—> . All BluesFull back, J. Ileiler; 3; II. Madgwick, - L: Kennedy, 0.-. Dum- :i brell, ■ 0. Drew; ,five-e.'ght' L T Ryan; ii J. Collison; forwards, V. Carroll, R. Madgwick;'. P? Murphy, : R:, vMc,-:, Donald,.G. Spittles. C. Srirth. Emer gency: M-. Tierney. - Rover£:—Full back, W. Cassidy; :f. M. O'Brien,' N. .Payne, B. 'Drew. N. Noonan; five eight L. -McKenzie; •J D. Ryan;-forwards, A. Holland, R. McKenzie,, J. Spittles. P. Tierney, J.: Ho...

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THE LAST LAUGH Joke at Mendooran [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

THE LAST LAUGH Joke at Mendooran .'The Gilgnndra Shire President :(Cr. E.. Townsend) had an oventiiil trip: homo from Sydney at the week ■ end, after , having attended .thg de l.bmtions^of' .the- Local .Government Conference. :^A11. along . the ;'routo :he encountered rain," and ' it was with .difficulty that on Sunday night-ho S3t>a few miles beyond Mendooran, and then, his* car bogged hopelessly.' After residents in the vicin ty Jieeifully came -to his retcus Mr. Townsend . wisely ."abandoned the thought of rcach.ng his destinat on ihdf night „ He returned to Men dooran ■ and resumed the trip, next morning.^'Theic was elation at the Mendooran .liotel breakfast table when it was gleaned that the Gilgan dra . Shire President had personally suffered- through -'the :exeerablci state of .the ..roads:; It was 'facetiously sugrj gested that the portion which caused the interruption and :■ discomofiture would be read ly remedied, but the Gilgandra councillor had the last laugh, .when h...

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

;Too Late While being" conveyed to Parkes Hospital for- treatment, the 15 rrrontfts' old son of Mr. and Mrg. ,S. W. Smith, of Bogari Gate, died as the train pulled in a Giinningbland siding. The. child took, ill "and appeared to be suffering from a cold. Two days later, however, it became seriously ill, and as there is no public hospital at Bogan Gate, the grandmother left i with him for Parkes. _ Nurse Priestly, of Bogan Gate, sister to Nurse Loftus of Parkes, was on the train, and she gave the child what attention .she could, but it passed away at Gun ningbland. The train was met on arrival at Parkes by 'theGovernment Medical Officer, Dr. Hendeson who sa:d that death, was the result of pneumonia. - . ' ! ■'

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

PERSONALIA A veteran- and picturesque country | pressman in Mr, J. C. Humphries has ! died at Narrabri at the age of 69 ; years. For nearly 40 years the late1 Mr. Humphries dabbled in the inky ( way in the wi^st and nor (lowest, ' guiding the destines of no less thun seven news-sheets at different per iods. Ho was a well informed jour-; nal'st, a smart and outspoken writer, \vi h a style that appealed to literary tastes. • j' r Dr. II. C. ("Butt"). Finn,"formerly:.; of Cano windra; and one of the: finest Rugby - League..footballers .produced;: by the' west .recently left: Sydney,'-by.j. the Larg3 Bay .en route for London and Vienna, where h'o will pursuejiis medical studies.. "ilo: will bo away about: 12 months. Educated at St.. Stanislaus' College, Bathurst,. Dr. 1 Finn, "starred": for the west,: Sydney University (which team hevcapta'ned for-some years), and also won inter- ■ state honors: ; Rev. Father King, the revered;sporting cleric; regarded Dr.•• Finn as the cleverest League...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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At Death's Door [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

At; Death's • Door ^ > George Couchman, a linesman in the P.MiG's. department; met; with a' (shocking accidcnt near Cows'. It appears that he was at the top of a telegraph pole repairing wires, when he fell to the' ground and struck his head on the footpath curb, badly crushing his skull. He was taken to Cowra Hospital, where he lies in a critical condition.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LUCKY THIRTEEN A Gilgandra Experience [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

LUCKY THIRTEEN A Gilgandra Experience Thirteen i^ a number greatly de-. spise'd by 'superstitious -people, who regard it .as a bad .omen. But Mrs. L.VGosier, -of Gilgandra; is not one who";:.subscribes' to Uhat: fantastic theory. • That lady has tangible and irrefu table -evidence of ' the good- fortune associated with the "Devil's Number.": ' On May 13 she hurried off to Sydney 'on a disquieting mission.to seek lead ing med:cal aid- for her most serious illness. Iler trip was a :wonderf ul: blessing; for she; is reported to be improving, -in health'and' on the road to< recovery.' In fact, it was the luckiest journey, she ever undertook, as: virtually: she stood periliously at. Death's .Door with a pernicious eye. comp1a-nt.--.This was dissipated with expedition: and delicate skill. ' Lucky thirteen! Indeed it.certain 'y v;as in Mrs. Cosier's care. • It • is understood that -.vMr. H. 1:.. AdamSj Police Magistrate: in the Gil gandra-.Cooiamble-Dubbo 'circuic, :,Kas been tr...

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Motorist's Mishap [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

Motorist's Mishap While returning from Sydney in a motor car, Messrs Don Saunders and Ray Pearson, of Warren, had a smash a few miles from .Orange. Mr. Saunders sustained a nasty cut on the forehead, and Mr. Pearson escaped injury. Tjhe accident [could easily have been more serious. The cat', which was owned by Mr. Pearson's brother, was badly damaged. ' C. A. MURPHY, Local agent for Gaston, Farni Impliments, Headers and Duplicates. .

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COUNCIL MATTERS AND ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING (To The Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

COUNCIL MATTERS AND ELECTRICITY UNDERTAKING (To The Editor) Sir,—Tl;o report of ■ the -Shire Clerk at the last inceting said that if the Electricity Undertaking realis ed its full book value of Assets, the Council 'would wa'lt out with £4. Cr. -Hi tchen; is alEo reported to have sBidvthat, the schemc;was over capita lised rand, the tw'iv engines were biam ed~ for' the-cause of-the financial slump - in - the . earnings. The Clerk further said that the undertaking was never-in the :■ position to indulge in icapiit'sji expenditure. Exactly what is aimed at .in. the above remarks is not too clear -but it would appear from these comments that no thought was given to the scheme before the Council took: is over. I have cleariy 'in...mind a report which was paid for by the Council, having been ob ta'ned from Mr. Frank, who has been responsible1for the preparation and installation .of. very many country town.schemes iir electricity undertak ings for: Councils and his report said that a capit...

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

Announcing New Autumn G Famous g , JAVA B©WN Full Size 12/6 JAVA ©@WN QMILTS, Penciled arfd Plain Centres 20/-, 21/-. RE&fc EIDER DOWN QUILTS, Latest Patterns, 27/6, §7/6. WHITE BLANKETS, Wool, Free of Fillings, (8/4) 24/S and 27/6; (9/4) 33/6 and 37/6, (10/4) 42/, (11/4) SO/-, GO/-, 70/ GOL0URED BLANKETS, (8/4) 28/6, 25/-, (9/4) 32*&, 35/-, (10/4) 37/6, 42/6. ONKAPARINGA, AH Wool, Travelling Rugs, Hea vy Weights, 72 x 60 22/6, 27/6, 32/6 E!^T»ND BUNNY RU«S Plain ScalfopesI Silk Bound Edges, 6/6, 7/S;, 11/-, 15/6. ETRESS MASPERIALS, Latest Shades, in a big Vari ety. LADIES' CARDIGANS, PULLOVERS, & SPORTS #ERSBVS; in Newest and Latest Patterns. MEhPS SWSATER COATS, PULLOVERS, LUM BER JACKETS. A Wonderful Range of Plain aS|2l fFancy" Patterns. BABIES' & MEN'S LEATHER €OATS, at Special / Prices. MEN'S FAY TWEED OVERCOATS, in Plain and \ Beet Backs, Double and SingU Breasted Wl Coat for eVery figure at prices to suite the shal* ToWSSi p*6feket. AT A J HAB...

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CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Gulargambone 11 a.m. Communion) Service;' Brightling 7.30 Communion Service; Brightling- 3 p.m.; Coonam i-'ble 7.30. Communion. PreacheriR. Burton. ) s-, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH , Woodside 11 aim,; Breelong,3 p.m; GiIgandra-'7.30 p.m; Minister Rev. T. Eurfyl Jones." • " ^ CHURCH OF CHRIST . lOOOtli Ann'versarry. of the Church founded.-at7 Jerusalem on: the xlayi-ol Pentecost : :Balladoran . 3 p.m. ; ^Gil gandra 3 p.ir. and 7 p.m. A. R. L'.oyd, "Evangelist." METHODIST CHURCH Hillside 11; Curban 3; Gilgandra r5.,15. Community Singing - 7.15; Service 7.36. Preacher Rev. W. J. I-Iarper.

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Gilgandra I.O.O.F. Lodge [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

GilgancSra LO.O.F. Lodge Friday w'll bo a big day for the Gilgandra brethern of the Oddfel low's Lodge as the Grand Lodge offi cers from Sydney are paying them a visit. The early portion of Friday evening will be devoted to routine business and subsequently the dis tinguished visitors will be tendered a banquet in the I.O.O.F. Hall. It should lie a capital spread, -while the speechifying is sure to be an in- 1 teresting feature, as the heads of this kindred society are noted for their eloquence- and oratory.

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