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SYDNEY-BOURKE RECORD. New Ford's Epic Performance. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

SYDNEY-BOURKE RECORD. New Ford's Epic Perform ance. The record of 10 hours 58 minutes from Sydney to Bourke, hitherto hold by a special six cylinder Studebaker commander driven by no loss an ex pert than Wizard Smith, was broken on 27th November, by a stock sports model Ford, this 4 cylinder light car having clipped 8 minutes off tho timo achieved b.v the high powered 6 cy linder Commando:-. A consideration of the relative rat ings of the two cars put into instant highlight the wonderful merit of the Ford performance. Incidentally'there was some extremely interesting and one or two rather thrilling aspects to 'the record-breaking drive. ttho Ford used was a strictly stock ma chine, and the springing was also standard, nothing in tho way of rein forcing leaves having been added. The solo adaptation was tho installa tion of an extra petrol tank. It is im portant to nqte that owing to a de fect having developed in this tem porary equipment 63 minutes were lost for repairs, and had this...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO? SHOULD OPEN BOWLING GREEN "OBLIGATION TO SHIRE COUNCIL." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

VHO? SHOULEPPEN BOWLING GREEN "OBLATION TO SHIRE OUNCIL." The matf of who was the right I pcivson to (in tho Gilgandva Bowl ing Club oiWc.dnesday next was the cause of sfle heated discussion at Ithu last metng of the bawling co\u | mittee. 1 The seefflary (Mr. G. Christie) suggested tjL tho put von of the club (Dr. II. Pe| was the right man, as he was tlu| senier official. Mr. C. AiAlnieida considered the Shire Present should do the lio : noi-s, wliilssMr. B. Cottec said in other clubsS was usual for the pre sident of | club to perform tho duty. | j Mr. W. | Brown moved that the club's presijnt be asked to perform the ceremcl', and that the shire j president bfasked to be present, j Dr. Canling seconded the mo tion. J Mr. Aleida strongly objected. The bowlin|groen was the property of the ShiyfCouncil, and they had done a lo'tf work for it with sup ' plying -wati| etc. The Shire Presid ent was thqproper mail, as the civic J head, to pejorm the ceremony, and • if they hadmy respect fo...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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STILL THE WOOL PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

STILL THE WOOL W PROBLEM. Is there a sheep and wool man in Australia not worried over the posi tion of tbe wool, market? Even many of those who are not in the industry well might be worried about it. As Sir Henry Braddon said the other day, a decrease from 15 million to 20 mil lion pounds in Australia's wool money in the one year must concern lis all., Many and various schemes are be in'g. suggested, for the improvement of--our woor marketing.. It is some thing that cannot bp done overnight and should not bo attempted except by those 'with full information'and experience of marketing in tlic in dustry. "What the wool growers want is a stabilised market.at prices showing a reasonable profit over costs of pro duction to the growers. It has to be recognised that this price must be ac ceptable to manufacturers and users of the wool. Extreme, prices are not being suggested—the hope is for pri ces that are fair to the industry, which prices we are not getting to day. A PROMISING FIELD; Gr...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Opening of Bowling Green. Ceremony Next Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

Opening of Bowling Green.. Ceremony Next Wednesday. At a meeting 0f the bowling green committee on Monday night it wn decided tp officially onen the green on Wednesday afternoon next, at.3.1"5 p.m. The opening ceremony will be por fornied by the president Mr.\L. D. Serisicr), whilst the Shire president (Mr. E. Townscnd) will bo asked to be present. . . . • . Visiting bowlers from Dubbo, Well ington and Mudgco are to be,invited lo be present and participate in . a nmtrh. Afternoon tea will be provided by niem'bbss' wives, Mesdamos Sorisicr. I'-non, Leako and Christie having . charge of the arrangements.. A liowjing ics.t for ladies will in-: durio part of the'programme, whilr.t • local'team'?, are selected to meet the visiijng tcams/\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

COMING BROS THE. GOLDEN KEY CAFE NOW ONE OF THE MOST UP'^TO-DATE FRESH FRUIT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN SEASON. GROCERIES—BEST BRANDS ONLY. ' ' TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. REFRESHMENT ROOMS , IN THE WEST-^-WARM IN WINTER, COOL IN SUMMER. j FULL STOCKS OP CONFECTIONERY, CAKES, BISCUITS, AND PASTRY. ~ % Phone 30- x Box-33." *6 l>i f % American Soda Fountain Drinks. Delicious Ices and Sundaes. Our Motto is Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Service. % COMING BROS -GULARGAMBONE AND AT WEE WAA. Pencils to Match the Pens: 21/ 25/. and 27/6 In a "Pen that Ends 'Breakage—'Brings Jewel-like'Beauty—28% Lighter Weight You here behold Parker's new model Duofold Pen. In reaching this goal, they spent 35 years on 47 major improvements. Made 16,000,000 pens. Now the Barrel is made of Non-Breakable Permanite in stead of rubber as formerly. It is 28% lighter. It "comes in lustrous Jade, Lacquer-red, flashing Black and Gold, Mandarin Yellow, and Lapis Lazuli Blue — all Black ti...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BOWLING CLUB. Good Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

BOWLING CLUB. Good Progress. At ,a meeting- of the committee ot the Gilgandra. Bowling Club, held on- Monday night, it was ;disclose'd that the . club had 40 financial meirir bers.V. whilst it was anticipated that an additional 30''members, would'be' secured. The financial .statement ta bled by the secretary (Mr. G. Chris tie) showed that after all accounts'; were, paid a debit balance of £84 odd' would result. As the club has'a-gua:-' anted bank account of £100, aind con sidering the very, short time it. lias' been in existence, the position is very' • satisfactory. . - . . I «•••? The adoption of suitable rules was discussed and Messrs Leake"and Booh: were deputed to secure rules from Dii.bbo and other clubs and submit them "to the next meeting for adop-, . tion. It was decided to endeavor., to- se cure .the services of a man who .would /cut .and roll the green three times a ' week for a set sum, in liemof the pre sent arrangement of paying by the hour. . • Future, meetings of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

THE A.B.C. CAFE MILLER STREET :: GILGANDRA PHONE 73. - Is being renovated throughout, and will be completed withiti ,the next few weeks. f*he new proprietors are installing a 14ft Soda Foun tain, 13ft Show Case, 34in Back Bar,1 Mirrors on all 'ides of the Refreshment Room §et in maple, besides many other up^to-date improvements. 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 J, Sponges, at Lowest Prices. THE IROYAL STANDARD ^TYPEWRITER ||S SELECTED BY ALL DISCRI f MINATING 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 Deecmber 15th is the Last Day for Posting Certificates to 114 George Street West, Sydney. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WINNERS. $ >rVVr--x " * . Union Super Spirit is no...

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ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

ENGAGEMENT. An engagement of interest to Oil gandra residents was announced at tho 20th birthday party at "Kio Ora," Dennlison; .stireot, Sydney, of ,'Miss Ida Doreen Jarvis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jarvis, late of Gilgandra and Dubbo, to Mr. Richard John Griffin, youngest son of Mr and. Mrs. J. H. Griffin, Rocky Brae, Wai gett street, Katoomba. MR. R. MURRAY IMPROVING. Mr.. Robert .Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray, of "Adelaide Vale" Collie, who.has been a patient at Ida leigli Hospital, Gligand^a, for the past week, suffering from kidney trouble, is showing a slight improve ment in his"condition. UP-TO-DATE CORDIAL MACHINE Mr. E. Davies, of Cawsey Menck Pty. Ltd., who was in town , during the week, has just installed that' firm's up-to-date cordial machines at Tattersall's Hotel, and is installing one also at Mr. Macken's Hotel Arm atree. "* sfe * * HOSPITAL CHANGES HANDS. After a residence of 19 years in Gilgandra, Matron Rendall, who has conducted Chinnock privat...

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SWIMMING BATHS PROPOSAL BEFORE COUNCIL TO-MORROW. FUTURE IN HANDS OF COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

} SWIMMING BATHS | • o • PROPOSAL BEFORE C OUNCIL TO-MORROW. FUTURE IN 'HANDS OF COUNCILLORS. . At the lo«t meeting "of tho Gil ed that a detailed estimate of the in Gilgandra be submitted to tho is to beheld to.morrow. Wo have has been prepared by the Shiro En f se] sure that the (proposal as outlin support of all who have tho inter 'gandra;Shire Council it was resolv cost of providing swimming' baths next meeting of the Council,, which . viewed a plan of the baths, which fiintr (Mr. C. A. Almoida), and ed by tho engineer will receivo the ests of Gilgandra at heart. The baths (if tho proposal is adop ted) will be located in the park behind the bowling green, and will be 150ft by 50ft, with an additional kinder garten pool 20ft x 50ft at one end containing sand and about a foot of water for the use of children. There will be an overflow drain all around the' baths to allow of dirty water co ming to the top and running away. : With a capacity of 305,000 gallons, water will be pumped ...

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THE HEN SNUBS HARD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

THE HEN SNUBS HARD TIMES. Hard times sceni nothing to a hen. She just keeps on digging worms and laying eggs, regardless; of what the newspapers say about conditions. If the ground is "hard she scratches har der. If it is dry she digs deeper. If 'she strikes a rock she works around it. But always., she digsups worms and turns them • into hard-shelled profits as well as tender broilers. Did yen over see a pessimistic hen? rDid i you ever know of one starving toi death waiting for -worms to dig thorn-j selves to tho -surface? Did you over hear one cackle becauso times were hard? Not on. your life. Sh'S' saves her breath for digging and hor cac kles for eggs.

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LOCAL NAVAL ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

LOCAL NAVAL ENGINEER. Mr. Aubrey Wheeler, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wheeler, ■'•Nerange" iriiganctea, who lor frho list fivo years has boen attached to the Aus tralian Navy, and is now engineer on the Admiral's boat, is on a visit to h:s-'parents1 during his three weeks' leave. He has seen many parts of tho . world during the period of his atta:h -ment to the navy, and'life on the occan wave seems to agree with him. Gularg'ambone; Frcisbyterian Scr-j* ■vices for Sunday next.-—11 a.m.-, Gu larganibone; 3 p.m., Yarrandale; 7.*30 p.m., Coonamblc. Preacher, Rev. K. w'. blurt or.. * • . * ■ : * : V BUSINESS EXTENSION. : Mr. - J. Ivelleher, storekeeper, oi • Warreln roacfc, consistent with hia continuous policy of ^progression/.'is., doing much towards tho development of that portion of tho town. Although he only quite recently erected still an- ' other cottage on his extensive hi" of land near his shop he is well on his way to completing a commodious addition to his business premises, ...

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GOLDEN CASKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

GOLDEN CASKET. For the year ended June 30;' 1929, prize money amounting to £560,000 was distributed by the Golden Casket Ti't union. During the year 35 art unions were conducted, the largest number during any year since the in ception of the casket -system..■..■Prom an: income of £941,303 the profits earned during the ■; year totlalad £2f>8,204. On June 30, 1928, the un claimed money so held, totalled £3009 anrf another £1922 was added in the following; year, making the sum of £4991. Since 1920 .the disbursements from the casket have totalled £1,859, 937, made to motherhood, child wel inre, hospital funds, etc. Hospitals have had £1,509,959, and an amount of £68,418 earmarked for maternity wards. It is interesting to note that at least 50 per cent of the casket mo ney comes from N.S.W., yet the pow ers-that-bc will not countenance an art union here.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

The NEW CAR L et us Demonstrate its Remarkable Performance npms is a cordial invitation to i J*- you to take a demonstration ride in the New Ford Car. This ride is yours, without obliga tion of any kind. Take it, if only to acquaint yourself with the car's performance. You "sliould know the smooth, confident ease with which it carries you about—its flashing acceleration and speed —its generous comfort—its abounding surplus of power—its safe and positive enclosed six-brake system. Arrange N d to f or a Demonstration -is I s fa For dor. Sedan LOCAL DEALER: GILCANDRA MOTOR GARAGE CO. 25 YEARS OF PUBLIC PREFERENCE f.d. py 2DALEXGH HOSPITAL GILGANBRA. \ Has been thoroughly renovated and is upSer entirely new management. Sle^iwl. Surgical anil Oos'tetric cases rceive'd. v efficient nurse always on night duty. ' TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTEfc TOWNSEND. YOUR XMAS CORDIALS. Now is the time to order your Cordials for Xmaj. Get tho best by erdoring thorn from S. G. TURLEY, Cordial Manufcaturer,...

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LAST OF THE ORIGINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

LAST OF THE ORIGINALS. . The death of Mrs. Magic, sister of the late Donald Cameron, which took place at Molong recently, re moves the oldest district resident of the original Cameron clan. The de ceased lady was 95 when the call came She retained most of her faculties to the end, and said "good-bye" to rela tives and friends at the bedside, 'thanked God for her long life, and passed peacefully away without a re gret. The original Camerons wrote much history in the west, and the name is being carried on. The origi nals comprised Donald, Mrs. Magic, Lachlan, Mrs. Simpson, Colin, Alex ander, Archie and John—six sons and two daughters. Dead at 95 needs no regrets. Mrs. Magic's life 'was a long' one, and she has gone to her reward. The Molong J.C. dropped the sum of £72/15/5 over its recent meeting, "Receipts were S400/2/, and expendi ture' £472/13/5. Tho secretary re ported that lio had Sent-out 150 tic kets to old members, 20 of-which were returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

PAINT BLUFF veryu^ PAINT FACTT Don't b« bluffed .bout the qaallt» >| Newlon's Paint. When r»u c*n in „ «n 28/- per gallon for paint. It U w5r natural that you will find oppoiition t* Newton a Paint. Here arc the facts thif die the gravca la the Big Blsff Ceaetur. Grade INT Gallon fac' '» remember U the name NEWTON S. Don t be humbagge* with j8». X Y Z brands that are "just at good. Demand the guarantee that tho paint is a genuine unadulterated first crado product. Buy a paint that carries the name of the actual manufacturer*. Imitations arc many. This is our reason you forttmi,a facts. Newton's White Paint is made to a standard required by a Government Commission for its own use. The formula in an open book for finy enquirer. Our Factory Expert will eend you a oimpic method of testing any paint for PURITY. Argument* ar« squashed like lemons. YOU CAN BUY genuine ^ Pirst Grade Guaranteed Whit® Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Pure Linseed Uil nrilr1* ®bout t^e Price If you DEMAND Newton's. Th...

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WINDOW SMASHER AMOK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

WINDOW SMASHER AMOK. At the Moree police court the final scone took place in the Balo street window smashing episode, when Her bert Bailey was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. Constabla. El lis, who arrested Bailey, said that when he asked the accused what the trouble was, Bailey said, "It's all over now. It is quite ail right. This man here (referring to Mr. Goorge) gave my mate in charge, so I broke the windows of his shop." Witness asked accused what the trouble -was at the beginning, and Bailey replied "Nugget and I wore on the footpath. We were not doing anything, and that shopkeeper sent a policeman over and •ive Nugget in charge. I could not stand that sort of thing. I had 10/ in my pocket, so I took some of the boys into the hotel and wo had n drink. I than went to a wood heap at the back of the hotel and got an axe. I came out to the shop, but I could not see the man, or I would have fixed him." Witness said "You made a fairly good job of the windows," .and 'Bailey I...

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£2000 TO GET RID OF A ROOSTER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

£2000 TO GET RID OF A ROOSTER A lady in Kensington paid the sum for^that purpose last week! It was this wax': She had been tormented for months by a champion crowur owned by the man nejqt door—a non stop performer which kept up its po werful! crow nearly all night and most of the day. So, rather than go t.o law, she bought the house for over £2000, and evicted tho nuisance and !ts owner. The woman, who is a mem-' lior of several women's clubs, said that ft ho neighbors previously had throe other roosters. "The first one was 'beheaded after I complained. I was so pleased that I presented the husband with half a dozen bottles of beer. The second one they got rid of, but were evidently upset because X did not gfvc them a present. I asked them, nicely, time after time, to get rid of the third rooster, but they ab solutely refused. The breaking point came when the lady of the house and some friends gave an imitation one night of a rooster crowing, espe cially for my benefit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

A-C 0.<V * .O *■ ^oC.^ . *v\>° • <-c« A\ '■■---Ay ,v,nJv ^sv N^f>' vxO • - vo*V' S V " C^V^° .,<4 t.-^\ ^ w AtV V^ \5<l Vto^. >(• ^V° V*' \0^ AUNT . BAKING POWOEFi COSTS A LITTLE MORE—WORTH A LOT RiCHE SAVE THE LIDS— ^tXSscM:l GILGANDRA PHARMACY (Established 17 years) Faithful and Accurate Dispensing-. Urgent Prescriptions any hour, Day or Night. 4DTRTTR S flARKOH M.P.S. , •• PHAREACETJTIC A T, CHEMIST. 'Phone 20. Miller Street, Gilgandra. HOW ABOUT YOUR WIRELESS SET Now is the time to get your old Sets in Order. Remember, the Amalgan' ated Wireless Co. give FREE SERVICE with "Radiolas" at any time Do not .order a New Set until you have seen and heard the Latest One Dial Control. "SCREENED SIX", Cabinet Model, complete, with built in loud speaker .. .. ........... .£49 STRAIGHT SIX" . Model, complete with loud speaker, etc ...; £35 A FFMRF.i? :: LOCAL DEALER. . M- -MCLEOD, LTD. MILLERS AND GRAIN MERCHANTS ■ ' " \ ' GILGANDRA Highe...

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BIG INCREASE IN DODGE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

SIG INCREASE IN DODGE, SALES. X — On tho first anniversary of the Chrysler-Dodge amalgamation of m vGiosts, Mr. W. ¥. Chrysler in a talk with the executive of the Dodge or ganisation pointed oat that the new Uodge tiros. Six had shown a gain in sales of 57 ptr cent over the forpier Victory Six in the year before Chrys ler acquired Dodge. The increase in Uodge .tiros' truck, bus and coach business for the same period had also been substantial. Mr. Chrysler also stated that plant effic.ency had been grcatlv increased under the direction of K. T. Keller, vice president of all manufacturing and general manager of Dodge Bros, and that engineering design, quality of mal-er-als, and craftmanship had been further im proved with a corresponding increase in the value of tho product. The great Dodge Bros.' dealer organisation, al ways one of the strongest in the in dustry, has grown still larger. Much of this growth in volume and in prestige., said Mr. Chrysler, we at tribute to the restoratio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

Xmas Gifts IN SEEKING GIFTS WHICH BESPEAK THOUGHT FUL FEELINGS CHOSEN TO ANOTHER'S TASTE, OR SELECTED TO GRATIFY YOUR OWN PERSO NAL PLEASURE IN EXQUISITE THINGS—HERE ARE^feGGESTION^ WORTHY OF YOU. Haj?dkerchiefs in Boxes of 1 and \ dozens, in Linen, Swiss Embroidery, Opal—From 1/11 toN21/. " Pink, Blue and White British Perlex Xylonite, in Brush and Combs, Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Photo Frames arid Powder Bowls. Vfty Choice Cut Glass in Vases, Jugs, Trays, iji prices that are right. Manicure Sets, large and varied assortment, ranging from 9 to 21. Paulding's Perfumes and Bath Salts, al.f sizss and shapes. J av^nder Bags, and many Novelties to choose from. Fancy Boxed Stationery, a useful gift. Prices from 1/3 to 11/6. Silk Hose and Silk Underwear make exauisite gifts. Stocks of these comprising: Kayser Hosiery and Dainty Lingerie Underwear. ^ Bond's Hose and Chick Underwear in all't^te newest shades. GIFTS FOR MEN ARE ALSO WELL FEATURED. Double Double Silk Shirts in Sports, Tennis, a...

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