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Motor Train and Big Footy. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

Motor Train and Biff Fcoiv. * For the convenience of Gilgaridra | sports who would like to visit Dubbo | on S'iturdajl lor the big1 tfo?c|tball i match, Far West .versus ; Queensland the railway authorities state - that a'j rail motor;will leave here at 11^20 I a.m. and roach Dubbo at 12.51. The tarn will leave*on the return journey at 9.15 p.m. arriving in Gilgandra at 10.30 There will be cheap fares, single fare for the double journey, viz:—first class 8/G; second 5/8.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNIQUE ACCIDENT Lady's Leg Broken While Witnessing Eumungerie Football [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

UNIQUE ACCIDENT Lady's Leg Broken While Witnessing Eumun- ' gerie Football ; An extraordinary accident occur- i red ; on - the Eumungerie Recreation Ground on Monday, during the pro gress of the; Eumungerie-Dubbo.foot ball .match. Mrs. Harry Sharpe, an onlooker, was knocked down in u frenzied retreat from the- precincts of the plajyingv areas, following- a desperate ■ dash of .players along the s:de line,, and sustained a compound fracture; of 'fthe 'left leg just above the ankle. . '' At the time Mrs. Sharpe had her baby, in her arms. In her unenviable experience - llhe mother instinitively guarded Tier offspring against . in jury. Except for slight shock the infant escaped scot free. . The unusual occurrence happened shortly after the second term com menced, and it marred . the after noon's varied programme, which was promoted in aid of the Dubbo Am bulance . Everything was done for Mrs. Sharpe until the'Dubbo Ambul ance ai'rived and took her to the Macquarie' township; where she ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF CHAMP[?]AMPIONS OF THE WE[?]E WEST Gilgandra Team [?] Team's Success [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

GOLF CHAMP) THE WE Gilgandra Team Tha, name ; of Gilgan p'ace(? h the-^golfingH by the' local team winii cron Shield at the Wc Golf Tournament pla-y' on Monday for the sci five players for a shield annual competition by| of ' Wellington, father Cameron, manager of: Stoves, Gilgandi'a. Twel peted. V:; In a 9 hole stroke ha event Gilgandra team -yv first place by only two winners being Canowin strokes. The shield is in the window of jthe -M and Edgley's Ltd) : This year's tournanv first tim3&h&'t-:Gileandri well represented -even peting. ,_The weather for the t Saturday and Siiriday 'throi cold, rain falling| -- day, whilst on Sunday ~{inobo kvisli f from Old Man Cp Gilgandra players'* town. ^ | The most '"successful I was Mi-. R. Byrnes wh< jhole bogey competition .afternoon with 1 up, arii J36 hole bogey handicap lamond Cup which is o iand valued at £6,5. T presentc■■■' xbv Mr.j Murd | of Gilfcahcjra anil Wei 'annual competition, the .year receiving a repl...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BLOWING OUR TRUMPET "Weekly's" Advertising Powers [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

BLOWING OUR TRUMPET "Weekly's" Advertising Powers Here's • ar fluttering.'tribute to the pulling powers and effective ness as an advertising medium of the "Gilgandra Weekly." In last Thursday's issue we publish ed a paragraph concerning some beautiful roses (which 'adorned) the dining room tables at Lewis' Imperial Hotel, and which were grown by Mrs. H. M. Ga'rling. Hardly (Had the news sheet reach ed the homes of people in the town and district than the proud grower was besieged with 'phone calls, asd visitors to the house asking for some of tfie choice flowers. Knowing that the Hos pital was in dire need of money,* Mrs. Garling received a collec tion box from Matron Gwiliiam rntl the caUars for flowers were invited to place a coin in it fof them. The result was tihat quite a. good collection was handed over to fche very deputed |Ho'spJta(l' funds. The inundation once again il lustrates that it pays to adver tree in ffoe "Weekly." e^O<2Q^O'CT^C><2E^O*i3SrXK...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OP CHRIST : June 15th:—Gilgandra 3 p.m. and 7 p.rn; Balladoran 7 p.m. A. R. Lloyd; Evangelist. ■ ' .'« _ *s . \ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday, 15th June:—11 a.m. Gul argambone/, , Communion Service; 3 p.m'. Coonamble, Communion Service Rev. IC. Burton, Preacher. ' METHODIST SERVICE Sabbath Observance Sunday: 11 Greenwood; 3 Biddon; 7.30 Gilgandra Community Singing at 7.15. Preach er Rev. W. J. Harper. . -2.—Orange No. 2. 202. .• 3.—Gilgandra 203. Krohn 3/40/ 43; Byrnes 3/44/41; Tibbits • 4/45/ 40; Cameron .7/47/40; Campbell 5/44/39. , The Western District Champion ship . Clip has been;won as follows:—: 1921, vNorman -Holmes.v- (Bathurst); 1.922, A .. G . Byass (Orange); ,1923; M. Slaines; (Peak ■ Ilill) ;: 1924 and 1925, ,1. Lcgli (Cowra); 1920, W. C. Paton (Orange; 1927 and 1928 Dr. Docker (Coonabarabran); 1929, D. F. Pain f(BathuVst); |'1930, J. Lefih. . • The Moulder. Teams Cup has been annexed by: Orange. 1925; Coona barabran 1926; Dubbo 1927; Cowra 1928; Can...

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

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! Sunday, June 15fch,/l 930 On the Clubs' Ne\/ Ground EARLY MATCH— / To start at 2f p.m. GILGANDR& BLUES . TQORA^EENAH The Matclvof The Season Match to/commence at 3.15 GjkLGANDRA DU^BO REPS. TEAM (REFEREE: MR. TV. O'NEILL) ROLL UP AND SEE TWO GOOD MATCHES

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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TO VISIT GILGANDRA Rail Commissioner Cleary [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

: TO VISIT. GILGANDRA Rail Commissioner. Geary The Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Clenry) vill make his first offi cial visit to Gilgandra nexc- Thurs day. However, :t will be of a whirl I wind character as the rail chief is i scheduled to arrive here at 8.30 p.m. on';-Wednesday, and leave 4 minutes later' for: Coonanrble, returning on Thursday at 12.38 p.m. and remain ing/for 12 minutes; when lie will be pleased to receive deputations. .The main objects of Mr. Cleary's tour of the central and: far west' are to meet the" people, familiarise hinir: self with their needs and desires and jreceive any deputat'ons. | Miv Cleary's itinerary will be:— Monday. June 16 Depart Parkes. 1.1.30 ■ a.m., arrive Peak ITill 1.4 p.m:; de part 2.10 p.m'.f arrive : Wyanga 2.55; depart 3.35 p.m. 'arrive Narromine 14.25; depart 6 p.m. for Bourke. i On Tuesday, depart Bourlce 9. a.m., arrive Byrock. 11.55 a.m; arrive Coolabah 5.3 p.m; Girilambone 5.38 p.m. On Wednesday inspect Cobar; do part 9.5 a.m, arr...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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IMPERIAL HOTEL TRANSFER Lewis Family Leaving A Sporty Publican [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

IMPERIAL HOTEL TRANSFER Lewis Family Leaving A Sporty Publican Mi'. Stan Lewis, mine host of the Imperial Hotel, this week finalised matters for ari eight years/ Jease of his up to date hostelry to'Mr. Stoke, who ha'ls from Walcha, in northern N.S.W. The change will take ef fect as from the end of this month. The transfer means that Gilgandra will lose Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. and family. Their movements are yet un certain. Mr. Lewis contemplates re turning; 'to '-the land, having had ex pensive experience in rural pursuits before embarking upon hotel keeping several years ago. Mr. Lew's is ai native of this town; and his people vore pioneer settlers of the district.! It is possible'thatr he, will acquire a property in the western'"district. Some yeai's ag<? Mr. Lewis held the license of the,-, leading Coolah Hotel and subsequentlyhad his name em blazoned over, the'door of the local TattersaH's; Hotel; for a considerable time. Prospering, lie launched out a year ago. and purch...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LIGHTING FIGURES Where Is The Profit? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

LIGHTING FIGURES 1 Whet-e Is The Profit? Sir,—-Your issue of 5th containing letters signed "Progress" and "Fa'r phiy''. (Evidently from the wax, works loo). In answer to Progress. I say. it should-have been an 80 and a CO horse power engines/ instead of one of 140 horse power. My reason for quoting is when the present i!3 h.p. gets a load on it the Council must run cither the 100 of the 140 h.p. . engine where an engine be tween tj:e'33 and 100 was what was really required. The Council did have a report from Mr. Franki and h s .report quoted things that were now, and A.C. instead of direct cur ~c.nl. The. Shire Electrical Manag er ■ ' (not Engineer) reported on a scheme showing an expenditure of £5;785. (This includes the cost of the new Twin Engine, Meters etc.) leaving £215 of a working capital. [ Mr. Almeida's recommendations were adopted as it was shown on paper that- (he small profit would bo £1134 for the year 1929 (instead a loss of £420 was recorded). Thus the elec tricity f...

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

THIS SATURDAY MADGE '.CHRISTIANS IN "THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS" * • & OLIVE BARDEN ifr- ; ' "SINNERS IN LOVE" LAUREL HARDY COMEDY "BIG BUSINESS" TUESDAY NIGHT SKATING SKATING WEDNESDAY NEXT— -^v — - SPECIAL SPECIAL Miss, Amy Johnson's Flight from Croydon England up to and including the sensational Crash in Brisbane Direct from State Theatre Sydney. Also on the same programme Thomas Meighan in:— "THE ARGYLE CASE" & JEAN HERSHOLT IN "THE CLIMAX"

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

Disconsolate Matron : Onr - Hospital Matron (Miss E. Gwilliam)' is rather unhappv these days, having lost her pair of domesti cated curlews, -which were familiar figures to frequenters of the institu tion. \The : birds were real pets, and oven partook of their food from the hands of' the: Matvon and other nurses A", the feathered :spccie3; had. iheii" wings cjinned . and unable to Py, it is -feared ^they have fallen i^easy- prey of a rapacious cat or dog. Should the birds- haye>;strayed to someone's home the anxiety; of ^ Matron-would be d!sr>ellod if they are reLurned fo th o • ■ bosp i tal. Stvangelv, ;-since .. -tfie denizens' of. the "bush with *l1ieir weird mimics:.'have' '.'gone into; smoke/' an itinerant sheep' dog" has soyghc slielt e.. at' the Hospital', and palled up /with I he nurses. The canine knows when he . has a;good home and;^ticks''rel-. liglously to it. 'The Matron is await ing its rightful claimant. '• * * • ;• .Warren at Helm,:; Warren convincingly defeate...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BALLADORAN'S LOSS Transfer of Mr. Jack Parslow [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 June 1930

BALLADORAN'S LOSS A U A — Transfer of Mr. Jack Parslow After having had charge of the Balladoran Public School for the past four years, Mr. Jack Parslow has received a transfer to Aniaroo   School, which is near Molong. Mr. Parslow took up duty at his new school last week.     Mr. Parslow is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parslow of 'Cooya," Balladoran, and it wa a strange and pleasant coincidence that the young educationalist should have been pri- viledged to teach the young idea at the school, where he received his elementary education prior to going to the High School at Bathurst, where   he did well, in his academic course, and on the sporting fields. Jack was a particularly fine second row foot- baller and was a member of the fin- est thirteen aside team his Alma Mat- er ever produced. That.was the 1920   combination, which made history by defeating the all-conquering ' Fort Street School champions from Sydney. The ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THAT TRAGIC TREE Sequel to Hockey Girls' Mishap [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

THAT TRAGIC TREE j Sequel to Hockey Girls Mishap An echo of the recent motor smush, involving a party of' Gilgandra (hoc-"* key. girls, was heard vat"the meeting. of the Gilgandra Shire Council? last. 'Friday.: The President(Gr. Town :«nd) rani in view of■■.th<jT."dangc?3US-. position -of- the tree -that caused .the F2vious;accident they should write": to the Marthnguy. Shire and :rk . i.hat the tree be removed. ; . - . ; ■ ; Cr. Haynes: The Marthag iy -Sl.:ic is in the same position as ourselves. •The-matter's one for.the Main R;>iids Board. . ; ? President: Well then it is,in"their tovr'tory and they can make ^pre sentations :t0' the ;Mai,i' Roads Board. , "Cr. I-IitcTien: ■ Something miv-it -*er-' tainly -ba done 'as that is the :rd serious accident at that spot. ■ President: We-should act prompt ly in thief matter because :C the tree 'had -not «bcen there - the : ■ -accident would not have happened. Cr. Fallon: It was -a wonder someone was not killed. .<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

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OUR COMING OPERA Some Interesting Sidelights The Full Cast [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

I OUR COMING OPERA Some Interesting Sidelights The Full Cast Preliminaj-y-ipracticcs. in.- connection with "Aren't Women Wondei'£ul," a &ieat nuilh-piovok ng -pioduction, which will be the nexfellorb of\fio AC^Jganditi:j;-;amat&\ir&thea%rica.\(,'rc.are ^.proceeding;" ifitisfactorily.; ; For- ahi-: othev' week or two the musical and liistorionic:: activities'. willr;be ■'idealt with separtely. Then these will 'be coordinated and the sequent al'order of the comedy will take definite shape, The proposed dates for opera season arc-rAugust 7> and 8r just before, the show. ' , Altogether the cast will consist of, 33 artist'', fill:ng .major, and -minor parts. The rehearsals, which are be ing vheld. in..-the Australian rHall; :are keeping- .'theproducerjCMivF. P. Kiely) , ancl the nnis cal director,. (Mr. J. E. Baker)', extremely busy an J for the--n'ext six or seven weeks the play will claim nio.it of their leisure fine ^Indeed it will be an anxious andvardous -...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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RAILWAY'S CRITICAL IMPASSE Mr. Cleary Reviews His Actions. No Political Humbug VISIT TO GILGANDRA [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

RAILWAY'S CRITICAL IMPASSE Mr. Cleary Reviews His Actions- - . ~ No Political Humbug - VISIT TO GILGANDRA Precisely seven ni'inutes past 1 ;•* o'clock today the Railway , Com missioner's - luxuriantly equipped train 1 steamed into G'lgandra rfronv Coonamblev .Its arrival was 29 mln u'.es rafter" Schedule, being due;, at 12.'38 p m. . When' the -Chief Com missioner (Mr. \V. J. Cleary) /and his retinue of- departmental ^administrat ors stepped on' to the platform; 'the former/ wns • warmly greeted by the representative gathering- of leading citizens and commercial lights, who were'headed bv the local Shire Pro sident Cr. E. Townsend. -.•Mr G-cary .was apologetic 'for "his late coming remarking" that it was extremely difficult to keep pace wi'.h Fathoy -Time. His .itay was -of a whirlwind character, lasting ' only, twelve minutes. After he was tend ered f ormal; civic honors the dapper, celebrated economist and deep think er, with his" air of camplacency, ad dressed' the ^gathering in ...

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Sports Result [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

Sports Result The Football (Sub has received a [balance sheet of llie sports recently conducted by the ji and >t shows a nett profit of £7/|5/4. At a meet no; it wit , decidedJto donate £2/2 to the Royal Blues. |

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Mr. Cleary's Candour [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

Mr. Cleary's Candour The Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Cleary), replying to his welcome at a civic reception this week in Partes, said that if loopholes' weru 'discovered in the railway legislation and the Commissioner found that they were hamstrung, they would speak just as frankly to the Govern ment as they;d!cl to the^men.'j Reply ing -to a deputatioiv^fr'om Goobang Shire Council,- Mr. Cleary promised that when the railway quarries at Bo Kan Gate \yere opened the shire could ohtaiii metal at 7/G a ton, and he Would support the scheme to. supply Bogan-.-Gate.j Tr.undle and. Tullamorc with water from the Lachlan, in con nection with'tlie Wyangala scheme, if the railways could obtain water at. a reasonabl e. price. ,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

k A Bit of Advice FIRST—DON'T DELAY. SECOND— DON'T EXPERIMENT. ■ I£'you suffer from backacho; koad .aches or dizzy spells; if you rest poorly, and are languid in tlie. morn ing; ^f.the lciduoy , secretions are 'irregular, and/unnatural in appearance, do not delay. ..In such cases tUo kid neys" often need liolp. Doan's Back ache Iiidnoy Pills are especially pro pared for kidney trouble. They aro recommended by thousands. Can people-dosiro moro convincing proof, of their effectiveness than the state ment of-a woman -who has used them and /.willingly, testifies to their worth? / vMrs. J. AYoodley, who lives in Gil gandra, says: ."Constant backache and dizzy: feolings wore-symptoms, of kid ney trouble I suffered from for some time. " The pains in my back were very trying, nnd hampered mo a lot, as, l' could not stoop or move quickly .without enduring torture. > My rest at ■night was disturbed," no position boing comfortable for. long, and I used to get up in the morning feeling tired...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 19 June 1930

A Thorough Tradesman Mr. W. Hall, of Dubbo, who has been engaged in building operations in Gilgandra for the past few weeks;, is-returning to his native town .this wpek:end. During his stay in Gil gandra he has been engaged on Mr. ■f.'rJI. -Kitchen's new offices near the Union:'Bank and at Mr. C. White man!s':garage, and his workmanship •ha, .■ been:^favourably-' commented up on.- /Anyone desirous of obtaining first-class brick work should com municate;'with Mr .' Hall, at Gipps Streety bubbo. ■ • I A HOCKEY SOCIAL | will be held in the COLLIE HALL On Wednesday^ 2Sth June. IIEANEY'S MUSIC fJen'.s fi/-. • Ladies ,3/ R. MOORE, . ' * _ Secretary. CLEARING SALE CoonamWfi Exnp.riment • v Farm JUNE 28th, 1930 Messcrs. Keady Bros, have receiv ed instructions from the Minister for Agriculture to offer for sale at the Government Experiment Farm, Coon amble on June 21st, at 1 p.m. Farm Machinery, Horses, harness, etc. and Sheep. . ' Trie Machinery comprises Ploughs, Cultivators,.. Drain : Mak...

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