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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

THE A.B.C. CAFE MILLER STREET :: GILGANDRA PHONE 73. is being renovated throughout, and will be completed within the next few weeks. The new proprietors are installing a 14ft Soda Foun tain; 13ft Show Case, 34in Back Bar, Mirrors on all sides of the Refreshment Room set in maple, besides many other up-to-date impiwements. When completed the A.B.C. Cafe will be second to none in the West. NOTE.—We have no connection with any oth^r shop in town. PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Cream Sponges, at Lowest Prices. THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS SELECTED BY ALL D1SCRS MINAT1NG BUSINESS MEN ON ACCOUNT OF ITS Durability, Sturdy Construction and Perfect Press Work. "Compare the Work." SYDNEY PINCOMBE LIMITED AUSTRALASIAN AGENTS: 46-48 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. RED COUPON COMPETITION post your Certificates before December 15th, 1929 RED COUPON CO. 114 George Street West, SYDNEY. 'Watch This Space, for the Result. (\ > k IV" Union Sup** St>i?st ' ii «" £W...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMORIAL COMMITTEE SATIRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

^ MEMORIAL COMMITTEE ATI : RISED. Whilst addressing the children at St., Stephens' Chun-h on Sunday last, thr. Rev. T. Bui-fy] JOiics could not vp«.ist the temptaU.-.o of directing ii subtle -'shaft •«'* ihe. chink' Jn the■ niour. which thv* >'Vmorial l.iteraijy In.Hitutc comniitUu jdopteri as a pro tective cover in Ub occisi/.'fi 10 adm't l-hft much-discuss od war book "A'M Quiet on. the Western Front" to the librai-y, • subject to the reservation that it was not *to be given out to members under 18. 'Hpeak'ng to-.tha {|i>pst!on of '-'buililine up the- hou.^ of the mind" he urged on his hearer:, tiie rnecessity, of using only the ba#t Material in it3 construction—read'ng the beat literature', etc.—and spec'fi cially warned "inm "against books whiph were only for people over 18.''

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

THE GARDEN. Do yon want your gar<3«n to be specially brilliant tins summer? Then ]/iaiu tvei'v paru of it wicii double cosmos. w ho canjiass a mass of these gaily colored and free-flowering plants wuhout standing tt have a closer view? It "will be better to plant or sow the double variety because they are a inucn better type of flower than the orui'iary singie. one, and are quite as easily grown. Should the seeds you bow happen fro throw a few single plants the blooms wil'. bs much lar ger than the ordinary single ones, and also will bd nice .7 fringed and imbricated. Don't forget to pinch out the top of the young plants as.soon as they attain a height of s x ir.chos or so. This makes them bushy. Any e de shoots which grow are also better for having their tips pinched out. A compact, well balanced plant is tho result of stopping, as the growere call it. Cosmos are best grown on comparatively poor soij until they reach about two or three feat high, then they may have some ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPES RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

RECIPES RECEIVED. | Rich Christmas Cake.—As a good ■ rich oake improves vntu keeping, tat liiousewue may make hers any time; Iirom now. when quuo co;u wrap as.nc L-arotuiiy in grease p.'ooi paper, irieu j in a cicun ciotn, and store in a. bin or j bos v;iih a wul titling lid. ingvueii- i ents: lib se.i raising flour (sifted j twice >y 12oz currants, l2oz raisins,; So: 6ugar, 6oz candied pool, 602 but ter, 2 tabiespooniuis ground cinna mon, 1& graceci nutmeg, % teaspoonfuj salt, 6 eggs, 1 tablespoon of cooking sherry cr milk, 2 tab.espoons brandy, 2oz chopped almonds. Pick over and cleanse fruit, cut peel into small d\pe, i blanche and ch&p almonds, mix tho- j roughly fruit, peel, nuts and sugar with spicc.. Put in a large baein, but ter and work in flour; when like fine breadcrumbs, add eggs, with sherry and spirits. Drop in each egg sepa rately. beating continually, then' pre- i pared frn't mix carefully and bake in a well buttered cake tin (l'ned with brown pape...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD TRIED, TRUSTED AND TRUE TO THE INTERESTS OF THE PRIMARY PRODUCERS h vdufo consign your Sheep, Cattle, Wool, Produce, Pigs and Calves to: PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED. SYDNEY. a All WAV HflTFTiOU fJANT)B A .rfVr-* H. WEATHERLY AND SONS, Proprietors ^ Superior Accommodation at Reasonable Rates. Tariff 10/ a Day; AU Spirits Guaranteed True to Label. m mct mn j td MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS Highest Market Price Given For Good Milling Wheat in Any Quantity. WHEAT RECEIVED AT OUR MILLS ON SILO TERMS AND CONDITIONS. N.S.W. BULK WHEAT WARRANTS BOUGHT AT CURRENT MARKET RATES Castleroagh Flour and Breakfast Foods are Unequalled Agents for Liverpool, Londcfc Globe fntufairM; Cfc-. Hail, Fire, and Workman'* C-espessailffn. THE GIFT PROBLEM SOLVED. SEND PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMAS THERE'S A PHOTOGRAPHER IN YOUR TOWN (Make an Appointment To-Day.) PAYTEN STUDIOS (Gilgandra) Don't Wait Daya for Your Snaps—Leave them at 10, get tham at 5. SAME DAY SERVICE Enquire at ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

NEW SEE FOR YOURSELF THE NEW MATERIALS. WE'D LIKE TO HAVE YOU SPEND. A FEW MI NUTES WITH &S AND LOOK AROUND SO THAT WHEN YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY FOR CLOTHES YOU'LL BE STYLE POSTED. THE VALUES WILL MORE THAN SURPRISE . YOU. DRESS LENGTHS, each distinctive, in Art Silk, Ray-' non, Art Crepes, Voiles, Organdi and Tricichine. A NICE RANGE OF TOBRALCO'S, inJPlain, Neat . Flora! Patterns and Kindergarten Patterns, 40in, at 2/6. . •* INDIAN' HEAD CLOTH, full range of the newest shadings, Colors 2/3 yard, White 1/10 yard. Neat Designs in CAMBRICS in beautiful shadings for day frocks, 40in., at 1/6 yard. ORGANDI MUSLINS, in Floral designs, 2/11 yard. COTTON FUJI (British), Pastel Shades, 40in., J/6 yard. CREPE-DE-ARTO, the Beautiful Lingerie Cloth, love ly tonings, 38in., 2/3 yard. CHECK ZEPHYR AND GINGHAM, at 20|d yard. JAP. CREPES, all shades, 7-£d yard. A Special Selection of PRINTED BED SPREADS, very suitable for summer use. Prices from 5/6 each. YOU WILL FIND THAT WE NOT ONLY HAVE ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW PLUME DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

"* . . T NEW PLUME; DEPOT. . " Mr. S. Myers has secured the posi tion' of manager of the new Plume de ppt at Gilgandra, which is in cotiri>c, of _ construction near the Gilgandra flour mill. The'company intend send ing'a large petrol motor waggon to G.igandrn shortly nnd this will bo in charge, of Mr. Arthur Weston. , . "•

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MR. J. H. HITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

MR. J. H. HITCHEN. ( Aftor touring the world ior tbe i |«ist eight months Mr. J. H. Kitchen iitidMaiiillv returned to Sydney oil Wednesday mo.vnnis- 011 tho: Neiuw Zbfcland, having called at Port Said, Colombo, Darwin, and Brisbane. It is probable that he will visit Gilgandra before Xmas. ■

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MR. JACK CHRISTIE RETURNS FROM QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

MR. JACK CHRISTIE RETURNS FROM QUEENSLAND. Mr. Jack Christie, who has re turned from a visit to his blopk cf larvcl in the famous Longreach district, of the northern State, expressed himself us highly delighted with his land; which in 'qualtiy far exceedod his expectations. Ho states that it is. fairly well grassed, «nd that there is 'an abundance of feed iri the principal pas'toval Jmiidirigs in 'tlhat locality. Speaking of the trip, he "states that the',.'.:Cou,rjfcry which Jthiey traversed, from Nyngan tfo Cunnamulla could hot possibly be in a worso condition* From there on to Charleville there is -a- little- feed, whilst the country beyond shows progressive imp'rove i nienfr. He . journey home from • Bris i bane'- by tra-n, leaving Mr. Gordon; | Christie and his travelling compan 'ions,:one of whom is Mr R. J. Nelson, .tdiffetprn' by car.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

FOR SYDNEY. Miss Dot IlargrcHvoa, who lifts Car rie d on a dressmaking business .)» Gilgiindra< for somo years. left 011 Sa'turday laat.for Bondi. where •she will in future reside. Miss Ilaru'ren.vcs was a staunch \yorker for,social func tions locally, nnd was associated with many successful dancos. ,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FOR LABOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

FOR LABOR SELECTION. Mr. Norman SmithoK, oi uugan' dra, who is a candidate for solectior for the Castlercagh electorate, if connection with the next State elec tion, addressed a meet.ng of the Mr.g riguy Labor League l,ast week ant was accorded a good hearing. • Smithers has taken a life-long inieres in political matters and has a ver; good chanco of receiving the selec tion.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

OUR CALENDAR. 'For this year "The We.ekly" : calendar will be in keeping w-th • ,-thoso of former years, and will . contain views of- the town and d'strict. 'Mr. W. Burrell's win ning' ' crop will bo one of tlio ;j photos, and a photo of a good crop of ilucerne -is- desired so that this may also be included. • Any local-lucerne grower haying • • . a suitable photo is requested to forward to this office. Advertisers desiring' space -are requested to book-at once.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

WOOL REPORTS. SchutCj^Boil 'and Co. I^td, report: With a>ia:gor proportion of. gooU to superior, quality wool lucliuieu -in the uK*iy offci lngs, v iirre^uiarity; ,as re gnr«a urougnc attected areas ami otherwise unattractive parcels is be coming more pronounced as the sales progress, uniorcunately, ;thcrc does 110,t seem to .be reasonable prospeci of improvement in such description;?, and •uie.'eiore .the only, course seemr'. 10 be to sell atiberiVpttcos obtainable. It is practically only in the case-of good quality that there is anv chance oi' inducing buyers to exceed their auction bids, on lots that, are passed in. Competition continues widespread and nnimnted, occasional parcels :of superhnc quality eliciting excising bidding 4 ljAl This week the season s record lias bci'iV advanced Lu J.ud, a nunc- wun 'derftil,price even for a few bales, re /Jionibering-' liow pessimistic; all in .the .wool trade were ir. August as do the possibilities ahead. Many wool grow ers, 'who. have...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

—~ J.— v MILLER & JAMES Auctioneer-"., Land and Stock Sales men, Sjotk, Trucking, and Genoral ' 'Commission Agents. Head. Offices: • Miller Street,'Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA eeal (Vic.). • ■ •;;; Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, The Patriotic Assurance Co.' Ltd."; Loans negotiated on Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates of Intnrest. A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modem Bungalow and all Classes " of Buildings. . D. A, MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agent • MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. Agent for Royal Insurance Co. ■ CHRISTIE bros • Auctioneers, Stock", Statios and General Commission Agents. Agents South British Insurance Co Fire Insvuance, Marine, Live-Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH Has been established in New. South ■Waled for over 50 years, and is well known to the insuring public lor its liberal policy conditions, moderate premiums, and promptitude in .Setile •nent of Claims. : , Tel.: Officers; Residence 10...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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MORE HELP FOR MAN ON LAND. Guaranteed Advances. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 5 December 1929

MORE HELP FOR MAN ON LAND. Guaranteed Advances. • A comprehensive scheme', for ex . lending financial assistance to New .South- Wales farmers who are in dif ficulties as the result of .successive bad seasons is. an early prospect. It will probably be embodied in a bill to be introduced this session! R-is proposed that the.Government' should guarantee' further loans -bjJ. the' banks to enable not,tiers to carry on.during the coming season. The Gdyerhmpnt has already pre pared legislation,'to, give farther as sistance to farmers, said the Ministpi fer ;Agriculture (Mr. Thorby). The Government - intends .to bring, in an advance to Settlers' Guaran tee I'ill in, or,der-.to. meet, the situation resulting from three bad sensor..-. • GOOD 1'AVS. It is desired that each "settler in difficulties',should -first • approach his bank for:; the -necessary money. If the : bank ""cannot accommodate him owing to inadequate' security, provi sion will be made for the settler to 'apply to the -'Governm...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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YOUR LOCAL PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

YOUR LOCAL PAPER. The Governor in one of the Ame rican Spates hands this bouquet to U»o local paper:— Eacn year the locnl paper gives from i'buu to £lUuu in tree auver tising space -to tiie community u. wmcu it is located. , . No otho: agency in the town can or will do tnis. Tne euicor, in propjr-' tion ip his means, does moro for h;s own town than any o.her nvo nv»n. lie ought to be supported, not be cause you like h m personally or au m.re his writings, but because a loca. paper is the best investment a loca. community can make. It may not. be brilliantly edited or overcrowded 'with thoughts, but li nancially it is of more benefit t the community than the teacher or preacher. , Understand Ms, I do not mean mo rally or intellectually, but financi ally.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE WAY TO MANHOOL What Boys Should Learn. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

THE WAY TO MANHOOL What Boys Should Learn. Here is a l'st of the things which all boys should learn. Study it-, lads. com should know how— To run. To swim . To carve. To bo neat. To chop wood. To make a fire. To be punctual. To do an errand. To J?ing if you can. To hang up your hat. To close the door quietly. To sow on your own buttons. To read aloud when requested. To cultivate a cheerful temper. To wipo your boots on the mat. To help vour mother and sister. To help a smaller boy than your self. To remove your hat on entering a house. To be as k;nd and helpful to your own sisters as 13 other boys' sisters. To treat your mother as politely as if she were a strange lady who did not spend her life for you. To take vour mother into your con fidence. and never lio about anyfliinjr you have done.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

A PLAYER PIANO FOR CHRISTMAS LET IT BE MUSICAL CHRISTMAS BUY SOMETHING WHICH WILL ADD HARMONY TO THE HOME THEN—AND SUB SEQUENTLY. Whatever your Musical Requirements may be, whether a PLAYER PIANO PIANO ORGAN RADIO TALKING MACHINE BAND INSTRUMENT STRINGED INSTRUMENT MUSICAL TOY BOUND VOLUME CHRISTR/1AS ANNUAL ' RECORDS OR ROLLS We can supply your wants at moderate prices. MUSIC IN THE HOME means much additional pleasure for all. , WRITE for the Catalogue you are interested in— it will be gladly sent by return post. MUSIC MAKES THE HOME. PALING'S 338 George Street, and 206-210 Pitt Street, Sydney. 75 YEARS' FAITHFUL SERVICE. PITT SON AND BADGERY LTD TRIED, TRUSTED AND TRUE - TO THE INTERESTS OF ; THE PRIMARY PRODUCERS Therefore consign your Sheep, Cattle, Wool, Produce, Pigs and Calves to: PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED. SYDNEY. ft A TI WAY. WOTFI OH GANW* A H. WEATHERLY AND SONS, Proprietors ' - Superior Accommodation at Reasonable Rates. Tariff 10/ a Day. All Spirits Guaranteed...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

Read what Sydney Owners think of the JV ew ERSKINE SIX —then drive it yourself! Cur inquiring reporter asked these owners —" What do you think oS your Erskine Six?1* The replies are here shown! Mr. J. Scott Campbell. 7 Council St.. AVaverley. Interstate Representative 't'hVve driven mv Lint Six 18.000 vs. much of it ia- and queensland. Dut ing the wet winter weather I have been over such vbnr.etous roads as "Mangrove Mountain without chains. Throughout the whole of the ^16 months I have had no mechanical troubles whatever- The Sedan look* and is as good as the day. I toot' deliver/, and th<* engine runs and pulls and starts as w»h now as ever it did. Mv friends of« ?n ask if I have .had this car re-pain rd. it looks so remark ably, now, 'although it was never«under rrvfr the first elwrrr trrmths I had it— daw or niche. I consider the per formance of the t,rsiJne Six wonderful.** .Mr, C. E. Klenkc i Grans St.. Wavcrley, lilatrical Engintti White Day P<)ser House...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

AUCTION SALE. Messrs A. Towrisen'd and Son will conduct an auction sale of timber on , Saturday on account of Mr.'JSai ley. ' , ■ ■.'■■■'. '^-v' • . HOSPITAL CABARET. _ Pn Saturday night, at the Empire Picture Theatre a cabaret will be con ducted in aid of the Gilgandra' Dis trict 'Hospital, when a variety of amusements will be available to those who desire something out of the dinary. Tho music will bo supplied by Hoancy's orchestra and u- good night's enjoyment is assured. A3 the profits 'go to the hospital a good tcnduncc i? assured. I • * ■« # • .I.C. RACES. To'.lie held on ^December 26 and 27, the coining meeting- of the Gilgandla Jockey. Clubpromisos to be very suc cessful.,.Already,. all the, horgc stalls at T.attprsall's. H.otol .hava boon, book ed. which" speakw; welf" for the ltum her of horses: taking pai't. .Nominn tions closo on Mfudnosday next with the secretary■,(M;r..!R; O'Neill) v V

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