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OUR CHAMPION SKATERS Praise From Orange Return Should be Thriller [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

OUR CHAMP*. vN SKATERS £ Praise .From Orange Return Should be Thriller : ^ The following is what the Orange f'.'Advocate" has to say concerning jijhe visit'of the crack, Gilgandi-a roller ^skating hockey team- to that town last Saturday:— i.- "To the Rialto a • team* of hockey players came from Gilgandra and suf-, fered defeat at the hands of 'the brilliant R:alto team by '4 goal to 1. The Gilgandra boys- gave the - best exhibition' of hockey yet seen by any ■country team 'in Orange, and their, team work was'excellent. The Rialto team proved too fast for the Gil gandra; boys, and although the first half was very even, the locals by their superior speed and hard hitting had much the better 'of' the second half, scoring three goals in a very short time; The Weston Brothers, of Gilgandra, played well for their side, and their goalie, Lewis, was kept hard at it and saved many fine shots. The three forwards.of the. Orange team played well -and each 'scored- a goal each, Ron Moore scor in...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FAMILY SICKNESS Three in Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

FAMILY SICKNESS Three in Hospital - -Troubles never come singly. Mr. -J.-.Palmer, of Gilgandra,; is realising the truth of the old maxim these days. He has his wife and two young daug hters in hospital and townspeople ■generally will sympathise with him and w'sh his wife and daughters a speedy: recovery. . : - Recently Mrs .■ Palmer , journeyed to Orangc-''and1 centered : the Orange /Hospital,, where she is being treated by'_Dr. Mattews.: She:.underwent a surgical operation ' sonic; days ago, and- is now : reported ■ to be making satisfactory progress towards recov ery. Ilertwo daughters, aged eight and six, arc inmates of the Gilgandra Dis tricts .Hospital..-.. By special arrangement with Union -Theatres Ltd., Sydney, the manage ment of the Crystal Palace" Pictures will: present on the,"18th' June; in ad dition-, to <thc: ifsual '. programme: "Amy Johnson's Flight from ;Croydon England to and including the sensa tional crash in Brisbane, and showing scones all along the ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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OUR SPORTY DAMSELS Holidays Trip to Warren [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

| OUR SPORTY DAMSELS | XOX I Holiday Trip to Warren With a view to adding, .to their laurels the Gilgandra hockey girls will journey, to Warren on Monday (tho'. '. holiday), , when a knock-out I competition -tan an 'elaborate scale (for the Ileffernan cup will-be staged. jTliere will be; a, real . invasion of • teams to the. sister-town as besides '•Gilgandra and Warren teams, .Tran j'gie Nyngan, Narromine, Gular and j Collie will be represented. It should ■ be a gala day. ' . -• The Gilgandra team will be at full jstrenglh- and will comprise-—Alma •jBavwick, Glady's Drew, Dorothy [ Coventry, Mary Sin'th, Evelyn White I man. Tl; el ma-Johnstone, Bonriio Ilarr, Jean - Hacker, Daisie Barden,' Elsie j Walton, Ina Cameron. : T.he locrf tenrii will -,be. 'acconir panied by a large following of bar • -rockers find the wish is that they will •'return with (he jewd'ery. After the strenuous play an entertainment and ■dance will fol'ow:

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

PERSONALIA • Mr. -Alf Weston, the energetic secretary oi' the Gilgandra Tennis Club,1 returned last week end after a pjoasurcablo weeks'holiday. He had a/few days,in" Orange and then . had a --.motor* trip: - to i; Forbes and other South-Wostern ' centres vwith. his brotheV/ Mr.Prank .'Weston, . who is dom'oiled, in <the Lach'an township. • 'On a brief "visit to Gilgandra last week end - was Mr/ Emmett- Lynch, formerly local station master. Mr. Lynch looked up old. acquaintances " had some - hearty talks- of- old times. Since leaving here Mr. Lyn?li lias done service at Coolamon and othpv Riverina centros, but - is .now .'jtat'on on 'the Sonlth Coast/ near AVoo!longong. He was - removed there recently. Mr. Lynch waxed enthus iastic about the herculean-, football matches', played in the South ". especi ally for the- coveted Maliencup. -Two of Emmett's younger brothers are showing good:form on the footy fields down South. After a fortnights' jaunt to Or ange, Exeter and - S...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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JUST A "ZACK"! Financing Gilgandra Hospital Populace Rise To Occasion [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 June 1930

JUST A "ZACK"! Financing Gilgandra Hospital . Populace Rise To Occasion The contribution scheme'recently: adopted by the Gilgandra Hospital Committee us a" means'of- raising: imieh-nceded regular finance- for -thy upkeep of the worthy institution is now in full sw'ng. " To date the townspeople Have been responsive to a gratifying degree and every|thing\ augurs'v , well for the signal success of t'.ie innovation. ' It is particularly . pleasing v yto.1 those who administer ,the affairs of: the hospital that the .rank •'.J" file, have come to their rescue. Tliis can quite be realised as in the result of; : the venture more or less ; depended j 4he fate of the noble public utility; It would ,be retrogressive and cala i m'tious were the institution compelled <o close its doors. The, outcome would be too appalling to imagine. However, the general public are/ now fully' cognisant of the 'fact that: the hospital- is u . moral charge on ' each and every 'oiie. Thus' they are J ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

CHRISTIE BROS Auctioneers, Stock, Station - and General Commission Agents. Agents South British Insurance Co. Fire Insurance, Marino, Live Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH . * i.Has-been established in New Soir.h Wales foV over 50 years, and'.is /well, i known to the insuring' public for its I'Ubcrql policy condi.ions, moderate premiums and'promptitude in 'SeititJ ment of Claims. < Tel: Office 33, Residences 104 Miller Street, GUganclra 44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The-Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Cnnstituents. Psrsunal Attention To Every Lot.0 . 1000 GALLON, 24 gage,'walls aTi'i bottom; 20 gage-top; 3 tap, £7. ' ; - 2000 GALLON, same materials- a.3 above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/, ■ . 3000 'GALLON, as abov», i'-.'.'>/.l 0/. Without to^c less £1 / 3,'.. ar.d tap d/6 extra. ' AH- Priccs-Cash on Delivery.; . • -Prices for other tar.ks or for.: making oil /.pj>I:c*atitjri. A. P. Walton, Qilgai.Jlra Phone 71. 'The Doctor' always a liquid' .always iBeeia lit" —so says A...

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WORDY WARFARE Wilson's Satirical Retort to Weaver Minister Still Aggressive [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

WORDY WARFARE Wilson's Satirical Retort to Weaver Minister Still Aggressive In the Wilson-Weaver feud, which j continues as bitter as .ever, the belr ligercnt politician1 is not thc: only one who wax sarcast\c. As a counter | blast to Mr. Weaver's,.touch oE satire that Mr. -Wilson should contest.the. NeutralBay seat .with his at tho coin-, ing State elections and thereby add to his already long list of political failures, Mr. Wilson neatly replied: "Although I_have.no "ambition :to; en ter Parliamentary life so soon, I prepared to contest Neutral. Bay, at the forthcoming elections, should Mr Weaver wish to make his exit in that way. - ' - ' Mr. Wilson; added: Myjinal word with Mr. AVeaver is-that "as we are both well known in Ashburnham, a contest should be- arranged in that electorate. . Mr. Weaver retorts: ;"Mr. Wilson. 's living up to his title of win, tie 01 j wrangle Wilson: He surely cannot expect anyone .--to take him. ser.'ously when he suggests entering the politi cal arena...

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Orange Weekly Stock Sales [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Orange Weekly Stock Sales Messrs Leeds Bros. Ltd., report re garding the usual weekly stock sales held at Orange Saleyards, on Thurs day last t'le 5th June, Cattle:—Only about 340 ' yarded. Very light proportion of prime or good trade cattle were forward. . The' market; opened to. brisk competitio,, and remained buoyant throughout, values being 20/ to 40/ better than last week. Best bullocks . made to £18/1; cows to £15/11; steers to £14/G; heifers to £12/1*; store pod dies £2 to £2/10." " Sheep:—About G500 yarded. All classes were represented with a fa'r supply of dccent trade to prime sorts. Brisk competition ruled throughout, and the market was 2/ t'o 3/ dearer. Best pet wethers to 25/0; others to 21/10; ewes to 18/7; lambs to 21/10; store wethers to 13/1 stove ewes to 14/-; Todays market was the best for competition we have seen for some weeks, no doubt the recent good rains have induced buyers to operate with more freedom, and we anticipate dearer markets from now on.

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CHANCE FOR DANCERS To Aid Laudable Project [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

CHANCEj FOR DANCERS To Aid Laudable Project At ' a recent- meetingi.of the Gilgan di-a branch of thc'G'.\V. A.' Miss Tra- •; vers was appointed acting secretary : vice Mrs. V. Hurley,- (who hjis gone to Sydney to 'reside), " -It was resolved .to run -a dance- on. , June:.-2D- iir aid- of tho'.rfnml created for a new mortuary /chapel at the locaY .District ; ^ospital. : Mr|j. Peet and Matron. Gwillivanv. wore:nppointed joint sees. The dance will be he"ld in the - Aus tralian Hall, and .-I-Ieaney's orchestra, will supply the music. Thc-object of the Country Women A-wocintion lad'es is to incur as little . expense as possible in order that all the more money will-go . towards the •effort.- - As the object is<such?a woi* Ihy one it behoves all who can to buy: n ticket, even if unable to be present.^^:I?5!*); ■ It was unanimously agreed to vote £30 of their-funds1- as a nucleus-for the new morturay chapel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

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HOCKEY GIRL'S CHEAT DEATH Gilgandra Bus Turns Turtle SHOCKING SMASH AT COLLIE The Injured Recovering [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

HOCKEY GIRLi'S CHEAT DEATH Gilgandra Bus Turns Turtle SHOCKING SMASH COLLIE v ' The Injured Recovering 7 : One oi' the most sensational motor accidents in the- history ofGilgandra occurred: about 10 o'clock-on Mon day morning (King's Birthday /holi day) at Collie, when'-a motor lorry conveying two teams of G.'lgandra •hockey girls to a knock-out competi tion at Warj-en completely overturn ed^ , That thore was not a heavy death toll was • miraculous and fortunate. Most of the terrified girls emerged from the wreckage . with shock. However seven of them, and ti'ie driver, ware more or lcssj seriously injured; and : aftor medical treatmant near the scone of the smash were all with ■ one exception removed to the Gilgandra District Hospital. The causalty list was as follows:— ! SIDNEY HARDEN, driver. ,54, single, severe lacerations of the arm. ■ GLADYS DREW, concussion and severe shock. '='■ THELMA JOHNSON, concussion,,, abrasions and shock. • ■ I MADGE NEYLON, probable dislo cated shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

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Fire In Talkie Plant [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Fire In Talkie Plant The fire alarm given ju.«t before midnight last night created quite_ a stir- in ;the ; vicin'ty of the Imperial Hotel. It appears that following the taikiO'jfeii'foTOianco in tihe CriyStal Palace in Miller Street one of the workers employed by . the travelling picitui'e entertainment: discovered flames issuing from the motor van, containing the engine and generat ing set, and which was located at the rear of the theatre. Members of the ■ local Fire Brigade were quickly on the scene anil with extinguishers and sand they quelled the flames in short time. Some damage was done to the plant, but the truck did not suffer. The trouble inconvenienced the talkie promoters, who have had to connect up their plant with the Municipal one for a power supply. The Brigade engine turned out, but was not neod ed. The commotion caused many people to hasten to the outbreak. Dubbo Footballers' Visit Big fototba'l will bo the order in ( Gilgandra this week end. On Sun- j datv the Dub...

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SPIRIT OF ODDFELLOWSHIP Abounds in Gilgandra's I.O.O.F. HONORING NOTABILITIES Grand Secretary's Convincing Speech [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

SPIRIT OF ODDFELLOWSHIP Abounds in Gilgandra's I.O.O.F. HONORING NOTABILITIES, Grand; Secretary's Convinc ing Speech Remarkable enthusiasm andr: ooin aiwdei'ie were evidenced''at' the ban-; quet held in tile Gilgandra I.O.O.F. Ilall last Friday night in honor of (lie visit of dist:nguishcd.mcmbers;of i The Grand Lodge, ' Sydney. : Over 3 00 *at down • to; the festive aboard; with the Noble , Grand' of ■; the ' local Lodge, Br. C. : C. - Giddens, in the chair. ^ !i*li!!3£|I| I Seated at the official .table with the: | chairman werethn Grand Secretary. I (Bro William .Newton) , Grand Con I ductor (Bro.:George Wilson),Bro.W. I Andrews (of Waverley I.O.O.F.) and Bro. R.'':'.:Reynolds,ii;(of.-.'''.Goi,Q.'.''...-BiH I.O.O.F.). "• Interspersed, , -,amongst the local :I.O.O;F. members were bre thren from various lodges . It was, a -delightful ■ evening, a First .-there• was ■-:»>.nice".repast,; followed by a round of speeches. >; The address given by the: Grand Secretary was an ■inspi...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

PERSONAL Messrs Mudie, OfFner and Purdcn have been appointed visiting: commit tee to the Giigandra District Hospi tal for June. » * • » . -Mr. I; E. Garling, of Tooraweena'n, : is receiv'ng the congratulations of his legion of friends on the birth of a daughter. The'Stork cal'.cd at the llopetoun Private. Hospital, Dubbo, and . left the bonny - infant. Both! • mother and babe are doing splendidly. , • « ' ■ 9 ' * Another of Gilgandra's sturdy pioneers in the person of Mr. John '•Williams Sayers has died. Deceased,, who had reached the grand old age, of 85 was quite hale and hearty up till about ten days ago. He moved about freely, and with a springht'i ness that was surprising for one so old. He contracted a severe bout, of: influenza early last week and an oth er illncks p'ipervened, causihgl, b's demise on Friday morning. The late Mr.. Sayers had resided in and around Giigandra for a great period of his long and useful life." He was an'in-: dus r'ous workman and followed many call...

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Concrete Bricks. JACK RYAN GILGANDRA [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Concrete Blacks. JACK RYAN G1LGANDRA Is prepared lo^mukc and delivei 'Cbncreke. Blocks, iir any quantity, and >11 aiiy. town'for £6; per lOOO. j, vWc guarantee 2<J00.-bricks; per day lv«£:;cq'jal'«size&»nd;/a]l'.'..-wholo.' bricks i '.o all'Purchasi sGi; Concrete Uricks- are i the most perfeet'and enduring on tht i market. • PITONE 151/ •'iiraKifinHjR'saiiMBianraiBiwjwsaiMKmisirciSf^'iPaiis'iraia'iia

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Noiv on lay at our 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 contonv, and with new style and distinction, set a new high standard of beauty for a low-jiriced ear. Noteworthy improvements are introduced:— New Rustless Steel New Stream Lines New Roomy Bodies New Larger Feeders /Yeit; Deeper New Smaller Wneels Radiator New Colour Neiv Larger Tyres Harmonies The Rustless Steel used for all ex posed nielal parts is an innovation of unusual interest in motor car construction. This Ruslless Steel retains its gleam ing lustre for the life of the car and will not corrode, rust or tarnish in any weather. It is one indication of the enduring quality that is built into every part of the Ford car. Make a point of visiting our show rooms and inspect the beautiful new Ford bodies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

The VICTOR family—PLAYER PIANOS —'PIANOS —TALKING MACHINES—RADIO—fully guar anteed by PALING'S SYDNEY. •Write for full particulars and very easy terms. § About Your IE YES DO YOU GIVE,THEM PROPER CARE? Poriodic examinations are the best means of safe-guarding your sight. We examine eyes with pains-taking aire (without the use of drops or drugs) and nineteen years' practical experience goes into every pair of glasses we prescribe. If you feel the slightest doubt as to whether you need glasses or not, have your sight scientifically tested. Appointments may be arranged at Iloward-Smith's Monday, JUNE 16th, 1930 Room. Imperial Hotel D. J. BONO Registered Optometrist and Optician (By State Board Exam.J ORANGE See SSotio andSPee SBe/fet ■' C VICTOR Talking Machines have j a deligj'itf ul tone and a beautiful | appearance. Fully, guaranteed by PALING'S SYDENY. Write for ! very easy terms. • HYGIENIC KOTEX SJ MENEX ] SYRINGES DOUCHES , HOT NX'ATE R BOTTLES J INDIA RUBBER SHEETS j For your H...

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Mixed Double Handicap FIRST ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

I Mixed Double Handicap I FIRST ROUND : D. McKechnie and Miss Cox beat D.' M. Kennedy and.Miss J. Whea ton 8/7; McEwen'arid-Mrs. McEwen beat R. McLeod'and Miss G. Tyrell 8/7; Richards and Mrs. Strahorn beat Anderson 'and: Mrs. Semmler, 8/4; Semmler ' and Mi^s Molkentin beat Beveridge. and Miss 'Beveridge; Mc Kechnie and Miss Butler beat Reg , Wheaton and Miss Joan Wheaton, S/5; D. Tyrell and Miss McLeod beat B. Chisliolm-and Miss N. Mc Cutcheon, 8/7; Irvinvand Miss Rag lus beat ' C.; McLeod and Miss S . Tyrell 8/2; W .'. A : Nelson 'and Miss D. Leake beat Skinner and Miss Matthews 8/-7; Iiawke arid Miss Joyce i Wheaton beat Law and'Miss Brown; B. Badgery and- M:ss Garling' beat G. Nelsoji and 'M/sjs. Markey, 8/5; Howard'and Mrs. Howard beat L. J. Howard and Miss P. Wake 8/G; Fitzgerald and Miss Hewitt boat J. Wilson and Miss V. McLeod 8/3. McEwen and Mrs. McEwen beat McKechnio and Miss Cox, 8/5; Rich ards and Mrs. Strahorn beat Semmler and M'ss Molkentin 8/0; Wheaton and Miss Frazer...

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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

WHO'S WHO Magistrate and Coroner—Mr.-- W. Adams P.M. (fronv-Dubbo) visit? Gulai-gainbone Tuesday -following. -the second Monday in the 'month. J's; P.—Messrs. A.- G/. Sowden, - K. • Hawkins, R; S ... Mitehcll, -.-W.-vMc-." Eweri/A. -R. Byrne, J:-B; Peacock, W. M. E. Sliuthoi'i'e, R. N. McGill, i : A. Sk'nnor. 'J.cl-Iourne, , J. A Litch ■: field, N. J. Taylor, A. W. Bolger, T. Blackman. -Permit-! Inspectors^— Coonanible P.P; Board :■W.. McEwen, A. R. Byrne, . J. B. -Peacock; ;Coonabarabran- ;P.. P. Board: R. N. -McG'll. Station Master—A. D. Connell. ■ ; Police—Sergt. Rossi tor and constable Poundkeeper—J. Skinner. Schools—Headmaster .Public School, I>. E. McCaDum; "Aborigine i\Iis sion School,* Mrs." A. Mercer. Banks—G.S. Bank (Sergt. Rojsitor, • agent), Commercial: Bank: N;S. W. Commonwealth Savings Bank (post oflice). Jockey Club—President Mr. N. D. Jones, secretary Mr. A. W. Bolg or, • Bourbah A.T.C. secretary--Mr; E. A. Munro. M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Donnelly- secretary. Progress Asso...

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