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

i Weather ■ ' Warm: weather \ ha beneficial rain that ihe' diBtridfc'biit" the gr ■'responding to ;tlie .soal| has received. Anothl on Saturday afternoo mams is for the gr •followed the pll throughout, ss is very slow ing. the ground >r shower fell .. All that re to obtaij, grow tilers'- for \Variii weather and ab ecnce of ffl:bsfcs, I - >

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

j"Ye Faraway . Bells" acrpss the bay, Singing so sweet at the close of day, I Whilst each fond lover his stovy tolls, Ring, 0 ring, ye Faraway Bells! j"Ye . ; Faraway Bells!", ;I love your. ' song, - - It cheers: my heart • wh"en the world goes wrong, When l a cough or a cold endure— Your chant and Woods' Great. Pep permint Cure. reading more pleasant and your lighting more economical The Soft WHITE Light VACUUM OIL COMPANY PROPRIETARY LTD. 9 L IB

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Public Holiday [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

PublicfHoliday .. Wednesday next,. .18th ; June is a nublic . holiday inj the Gulargambone ••Urban Area. • Banks will close all day, while the Post Oftice will be open until 12 noon. 3U1 mails close- at 11 a.m.. : Ordinary business will be con ducted ■; during- vthe morning. It is also: probable thaft stores will close a ■little earlier. id is not definite that stores will closcl on, .Tuesday after noon though it generally assumed that-they. will. aTke holidays are of course . for the races which aro being held; on- those da^rs.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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SYDNEY I.O.O.F. PARTY Active in Gilgandra Eventful Tour of West [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

SYDNEY 1.0.0 F. PARTY Active in Gilgandra Eventful Tour of West': i i A distinguishedquartette of Friend ly■■Society, officials were in Gilgandra; last;.week end;,- " They were represent ing::-the: Grand Lodge Independent Order of :,Oddfcllows, Sydney, being Bros../William.Newton '(Grand Secre tary), ;.:George Wilson (Grand Con ductor), :- W. Andrews (Waverley). and R. Reynolds (Gore I-Iill, North Sydney )- The party, were on an ex tensive" tour,- and. visited: towns from. VWellington*: to far away Bourks. .; The . inclement weather. and ^atten dant- slippery and treacherous roads greatly: hampered their trips overland iby. car, -but in each case they-were able: to carry out. the programme , as originally mapped -out;... At Gilgandra the visitors were lo cated at theJmpeival Hotel. . On Fri day night they attended the business meeting of the local Lodge and were cordially: received1. After : formal matters were dealt with the -Grand Secretary ; clearly expounded the in auguration of...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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The Gular Railway-Gulargambone Road [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

The Gular Railway- Gular* gambone Road . The road between Ih.e township of i Gular Railway and Gujargambone is i anything- but ei-edilwblq|to the Winga dce Sh'ire. The voadi after a f cw points of rain is vciyl near not ne gotiable and represents a veritable quagmire. What. a i difference it. woh Id. be. if on 1 y som ej representa tive body was-formed in Gulargambono to look' after some of thp public wants. 1> would be well worth the time and energy spent if only tfie road in ques tion was attended tjj through their efforts. An effort Should be made to br.vng the councillors.-down to Gul argambone - during if rainy era and get them to traverse the roail to the railway. This is thjo idea of , one of the'business me,, of the town. The road is certainly 4 disgrace in its present state -\therjf it is considered that' it only-means the trouble of grading it to put jj't into good orddr.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

GULARGAMBONE RAINFALL 1887 to 1929 since i-Mefcei -Year . . I 1S87 1888 :1889 1890 1891 ■1.892 1893 1894 1895 1.896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 L915 1916 1917 1918 1919 •1920 1921 1922 1923 L924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 j • A vnr* dcd is a table showing themonthly xainfall at' At our request the figures were supplied by 1 I," and are therefore correct.- ■ ,!; Feb Pts. 476 898 208 926 40 135 242 - 90 L053 45 485 125 13 13 13 264 :302 76 6 668 ".661 '' 18 '329 - 58 204 366 - 0 58 177 38 "124 -9 93 40 1 ■ 321 190 48 3l, :.622| 8 21 Mar. Apl. Pts.l Pts.| 372f 72 May Jims-. July ;Fts.| P.tf.' Pis.' 210 263 .753 469 187 415 908 135 155 '46 463 269 70 104 187 195 148 100 125 '134 >194 26 171 298 481 17 23 106 19. .40 548 339 212 160 90 385 196 324 ■200 264 30 267 718 123 57 180 131 48 - 0 < 0 338 127 , 32 483 9 136 113~5?> 5 11 0 :447 ' 0 62 -5 147 968 • 468 62 19 211 . 0 482 39| 115 110| 30 703| 343 401| 653 14...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Gulargambone is 353 miles from Sydney, 28 from Qoonamble, 32 miles from Gilgandra. ' The centre of a rich grazing and wheat district. Populatio:i700, district" 2000. Average rainfall 23£ inches. Charming ceilings for every room EILINGS of charm and clegance—ceilings ' of character and ', ■permanent quality—such ceilings are brought with:ii your reach _ - by Wunderlich Art Metal* s This material is available in numerous artistic designs that enable you to give each room in your home a ditferent trcattjioiit. y These ~ decorative designs arc in welcome contrast to the monotony of plain . phistcr or similar material, Wunderlich Ceilings are made from. climatc-rcsisting steel and give; agc-!ong cervicc. They cannot crack, flakes sag, burn, rot or fall down. Moderately priced and easily fixed, they are" decidedly economical. WUNDEHLICH LTD- Cnr. Baptist Si Cleveland Sts., Redfern, Sydney. WIINDERjLICH CEILINGS STOCKED BY THE WESTERN STORES & EDGLEY'S LTD.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

FOOTBALL The postponed fnafcch against, Gil gandra Seconds eventuated--on - the local ground on local t'eam emerg game which in th had the "spectators of excitement. T iuiiday, when . the d victors after a: ■ concluding -stages in the highest piteh ie game was notva Courts, Herring, i ' mi* ■ * i .. . . * was liuUt U brilliant exhibit-idi, though in the second half the standard of play im proved. The scons were 11 t» S in' favour of the hoiie team. . The sides were i 1 GULARGAMBCgNE: Macken,' Haw kins, Thoma*, Oldield, P-r«es, D«*ne, Connsll, II. LewiK Cranio, Masters, ftewitfc; _ GILGANDRA SBpONDB: Reynolds' J. Morris, K. W|iams, N. Morris, A. Anthony, M. aVeston, R. Ryan, D. Bailey, C. Mof-is, P. llearn J. Milson, M. Ballant&ne,: McKenzie Referee, Mr. Ff Hawkins. .Gilgandra k'eked gtf. and wore soon hammering away. s§,.. their opponents' line. Weston initialed: the:first;offen sive, but Deehan r|turned and: when Anthony came aganii, . Macken" ■ and Press were instrumental ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

I'M HM CLARK Tailored Suits" V are Mca v/lio Imve their suits tailored to; order, here are aosured of the ultimate in Tailoring style con : rectneos.. in nddilioiv they secure Tailoring vulue: that has no equal elsewhere Jin ihe district——a value that be romes'.morc apparent after the euit has been worn for * foK months.; ^ AVc do not cut quality to meet th« dcn.nndofn low plncu, but vra ■ can safely aay that our Tailored* to-order suits give the greatest .Tailoring satisfaction oossihlo to •obtain. " Joseph A. Clark " The Leading Weitcrn. Tailor COON AMBLE MARBLE BUTCHERY ALL BEEF AND MUTTON OF TOP QUALITY. Simply Because We Buy only the Choicest Young Cattle and Lambs—Never Sacrificing Quality for Cheapness NOTE ADDRESS—MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. D. J. and P. V. McCarthy proprietors. Phone 35. y

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Woods' Great 'Peppermint Cure I'or Coughs and Colds, never fails. A high i grade Player Piano will add immensely to your happiness. May be bought on very easy terms. Write PALING'S SYDNEY, for particulars. The Paint thai has been proved by hundreds of thousands of users all over Australia. With Nekton's Paint you can paint a 5iroomed Wooden House awJ Roof 'fflr £6/10/-. You are buy ing paint that is made to the formula of a RoyarCommission. ! Genuine White Lead, Zinc Oxide and Pure Linseed Oil. Newton's Pajmt covers better and lasts lonSr. It is backed by an ironclatrguarantee. Books and Color Cards Free I Send for yours now. Newton's Paint, 16/6 gallon, in I four gallon cans. Single Gallons j 1/- extja. i £ Buy locally fjcom C. A. MURPHY GILGANDRA. PRICES PLUS FREIGHT FROM ■ . FACTORY E. A, WEAVER ; Building Contractor ' Estimates given for all Classes ol Btxilding3. Alterations and Joinery Work. * Rfodc«> Bungalcrws. a Speciality. , GastHErraaKh Street, Gilgasidra. P.O. Box 39....

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HOW ONE WOMAN LOST 28 LBS. OF FAT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

HOW ONE WOMAN LOST 28 LBS. OF FAT • This headline is oxiicllv truo and moans just what it Rays. Head her own letter: ."I'tnlco irdaily. dos6 of, Krusehcn and I. have lost two melius round the.waist mid hipsJind 28 lbs. sinco last sjimmor. I feci very well on it,-anil peoplo toll mo I look • vory lit. , I am 5ft.- 4ins. in. 'height, '10 years'old, and. come. of a: stout family " ^liss 1\ 1j. 11', you are fat, ■ first,romovo th'eicauso. Whon -your:liver/, kidneys a nd : bowels; can!t;;throw" ollVthat-'poisonous wastoJ material whichiis always^accumulating; iu your- body—before: <j'ou . realise:.it you are growing hideously fat. 'fake Kruselien Salts'in-a'glass of'hot: watcr;cvory.morning.vln throoiwooks'•, time, get on the sealos .aiulinoto how' many pounds of fat .liave vanished. Notice also how you Juivo gained in. energy and health. ■. ^Your, skin is clearer, your, eyes sparkle with glorious health. You fcelf younger in body,, keener in mind. Kruselien will give many fat...

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

. P. H. WAKE ... . , HOLMLEE BORDER LEICESTER STUD' 'Registered No. 12/1 in the A.L.W.B. Assoii.ation. The Ewes of the above. Stud were purchased from LOWS and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Rams, three of the oldest registered studs in New Zealand. The abova Ram Lamb is only 10 Honlhs old, and shows great mut ton qualities and character. INSPECTION INVITED. 'Gilgandra Rubber Works Advanx ILatest Methods MURPHY'S BUILDING, WARREN ROAD AH Classes of Tyr.es 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, .: •.Sheepskins, Furs, Rabbifcskins, Tallow Pi^s and Calves etcT ."•to:— PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD SYDNEY Pastoral Exchange, 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. TAKE CARE OF THE PENNIES , . The Pounds Wili Take Care of You The greater number of our peeple are wage...

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WHAT'S IN A NAME? Local's Fitting Nomenclature Novel Wrigley Coincidence [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

WHAT'S IN A NAME? Local's Fitting Nomenclature Novel Wrigley Coincidence A surprise packet came: to hand; in Mr. Dick Wrigley's mail recently, It was the:iorm of a big box -ol | rWrigley.'s famous chewing: 'gum. It would be quite^easible for him to.ro ■ ccive a gift like this gratis if. he were i ■ one: of -., the - chewing; gum firm, but i Dick assures us that- he has no ^vested interests in: the "chewie" .concern. : v ' AVell'tlien-tho question aroso why did they pick on D'ck? Was there a mis ■take <• somewhere?. -Had the -. postal authorities 'made- an error, and sent the parcel to the wrong person? But •:a v letter- accompanying the • paclcct' soon'dispelled .these queries - Behind the "chewie". parcel, lies an amusing story. As is well known ■ D.'ck -Wrigley-is a famous horseman nnd owns a brace of fine show.per formers, which added further blue ribbons to -their almost countless . str'ng w: at? the reent Gular show. Strangely, the'r names are Spearmint, P.K:, and-Do...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

RETURN THANKS Membsjjs of the Gilgandra Hockey Club desmN^to express tlieir appre ciation of the^Hyulness and attention given their memUNtby Drs. Poet and Tarliiiton. Matron Sister To'wnsend and others orfs^hc occasion ot' the recent accident, A JUNE DANCE In aid of the Building Fund of the Gilgandra District Hospital Will be heldMyi the Australian Hall on V Thursday, June 26th., 1930 Heaney's Ofcqhestra Gents: 5/-. ' lEttdies' 3/ V ELSIE PEET, MARIE GWILLIAM, Joint. Hon. Sees. IN MEMORIAM It is onSvyear to day Dear Mother since you lctffcs^iis, hut our love' for you is just as ^—Inserted by loving .son and .'daughter and grandNtaughters Will, Daisy, : Dorris, Eileen, iSharlotto. 7

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

WANTED A) ^ady Teacher forSubeidised School, at Ramville," GilgaWlra. Five Puppls attending. ApMy THIS OFFICE. .. " ' . SHEEP FOR SALE - About Merino Ewgs (2, 4, 6," and 8 tooth.Xnd Weaners 11/6 per head. - Terms Fblmiary 1st payment with security on wo^l and. sheep. BOLDER BROS. . ... Glenelg, • Gilgandra NOTICE ~~~~ . , 1 finders • are. -invited yf or the cart 'no of the. Tondeburine Wool Clip, - from Tondeburine Woolshed to Gular Railway a "distance of 20 miles. 250 bales'-expected.; -.-Tenders- close; July 1st, 1930. " Shearing commences 29th1 July, 1930. • . . The .lowest or any Tender not ne cessarily. accepted. . Apply in Writing to The Manager, Tondeburine,: Gulargarobone. TENNIS TOURNAMENT Under the ausp.'ces of thc Eumunge rie District Tennis League, at Eu-' mungerie on the 19th, 20th, & 21st June : Entries Close on 16th JUNE Don't forget , the two junior'events for boys and girls 16 years. & under Entry forms and.- further particu lars from—. -\ , " A. O. ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A FATAL SHOCK Pathetic End of Mr. J. Barwick Holiday Accident Aftermath [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

A FATAL SHOCK Pathetic End of Mr. J. Barwick Holiday Accident Aftermath . A painful sad. sequel to the .... sencational Collie motor smash on Monday, involving two teams of Gilgandra hockey girls, was • the fatal collapsc of Mr, John Barwick, an old and estimable citizen, a few minutes after foe , ' was apprised at home of the dis tressing news by a, telephone! , ■ ring from Collie not long after disaster overtook the sporting party. What was told Mr. Barwick may never be known. Certain it is, that the- sustained- stunnr'ng shock/ as his wife and daughter, \Miss" Alma Bail iwick, were in the , crash. Palpably the affection was too great a strain on Mr. Banvick's ' debilitated heart, and he expired with tragic sudden ness a short distance from his home, when, astensibly,' seeking friends to motor him to t'he -scone. The, swift intrusion of'the Grim Reaper caused a. pall, gloom in the community. Indeed the circumstances surround ing^ Mr. Barwick'si'su'dden' expiry are pathetic. At the...

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ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES Man Intercepted in Gilgandra [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES •■ Man Intercepted in Gilgandra / Bcforo Mi\ B. A. Wood, -J.P.; at the Gilgandra Police Court yesterday morn'ng .Arthur Herbert Brown, 43,: was. charged that on June 10 at-Mer rygoen. he .did obtain from- "Robert A'bc-rt Dunne, licensee of the Merry goen Hotel, a sum of £7/2/0 by means of . false pretence -with) intent lo defraud. Rgt. Campbell prosecuted. Constable Lawience Benjamin :.New ell, stationed1 ck, Gilgandra, staled that.about ]0 p.m. on the 10th inst. ho' saw.-defeiidant at the Railway Ho tel and asked him if he had come from -Merrygoen". that day. Brown •cplied "Yes." Asked what he was doing r at Merrygoen, Brown said "Nothing," I ■ am travelling for an Insurance Company... Witness en quired if lie had given a cheque, to the publican at Merrygoen,v.to;-which he replied "I gave ljim a cheque for about &!.' Witness-said to liim" "Are you aware that there was not suffici ent money' to meet that amount?" He answered: "I have some to meet the ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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'S.O.S.' from Perturbed Hospital Gilgandra's Hospital Fate in Balance FERVENT APPEAL TO PUBLIC FINANCES ALMOST FIZZLED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

o Gilgandra 's Hospital Fate in Balance ' •• " FERVENT APPEAL TO -PUBLIC. FINANCES ALMOST FIZZLED : • So . acute and grave is the •r; financial" position of ijlio Gilgan , dra District Hospital that its ex istcnce is in imminent danger. • The alarming state of affairs was revealed by the Secretary (Mr. ■ A. R. Townsend) at the monthly : meeting of the committee in the ' Membrial Hall on Tuesday night. . ■ It was stated that after the pay ment of May accounts amount ing to £71 odd tihe credit bal ance would be only about £40, and this would almost be absorb ■*.■■-. ed in the payment of salaries ' etc.* by the' middle of the month. ■ ■.■■■Their plight was regarded a!s • desperate. The Pres:dent made a.passionate appeal through/ the Press for (the town and country people to . rally wholeheartedly to the newly-created contribution scheme or else the in-, istitution would inevitably liaVe to close its doors, >and very soon, too, :he re-iterated. The whole situation was thoroughly revi...

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CLEARING SALE Coonamble Experiment Farm JUNE 21st, 1930 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

CLEARING SALE Coonamble E^pfiriipent Farm .• •'JUNE:21st, 1930 Messers, 'Keady Bros." have l'eceiv ed-'instructidns ■from the Minister for Agriculture-; to -.offer for sale at the Government 'Experiment Farm;-Coon-.; umblc on-June-21st, at 1 p.m. Farm Uiucninery/ HovsesyJiarnesis, etc.* and 1 iiheep. - s. | |■„.- Trie Machinery comprises Ploughs, i-Cultivators;: • Drain -"Making Imple !lnents, Wool -Press, Tools, etc. i ••' The sheep comprise- Stud - Merino i Ewes, Flock Ewes, S:ud Ewe Hog 'ircts,- and Merino Rams. Terms will b^: given' for sheap 'f' required.(G. 3780).- "

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COLLIE MEMORIAL HALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

COLLIE MEMORIAL HALL On Saturday May 24th the foun dation stone of the ' Collie Soldiei-s Memorial Hall was laid. In the ab sence of the. Warren Shire -President, Mi\ E. Townsend, President of the Gilgandra Shire Council performed the act. In his-address Mr. Town send congratulated the C. W. A. on' the'r "determination to go through with the business. It was a big un dertaking for a small community and he congratulated all concerned on the wisdom displayed by the resolve t'o: .erect the building gradually in. accor dance with the cash ill, hand. He knew there was a division of opinion locally regarding the hall which was regrettable. They were onlv a small body of people and it made things disagreeb!e to have a feud amongst them. For a movement of this kind it was most desirable that all should work with the harmony and-single ness of purpose displayed by the men whose memory they were honoring by the erection, of this memorial. It Wsis really astonishing what petty little things we...

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