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

/MILLER & JAMES AuclioneWft, Land nnH Stock .Sales men, Stock, TruvJunir, uiul Gancral I Commission Agents. 1 Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra . TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, -Tho ■ Patriotic Assfurnnco Co. Ltd. : Loans negotiated on.Freehold and Leasehold security at Lowest Rates of lnt"rest. ' : A. H, SMITH Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern 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, Statior and General Commission Agents. Agents South British Insurance Co. Fire Insruance, Marine, Live Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH Has been established in New South Wales for over 50 years, and is well known to the insuring public for its liberal policy conditions, moderate premiums and promptitude in Settle ment of Claims. Tel.; Office 33, Residence 104. Miller St., Gilgandra....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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THE GARDEN. Present Work. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

THE GARDEN. Present Work. The chief gardening operations arc firstly to attend to the requirements of plants that are providing us with blooms at present, and secondly to plant out the seedlings and- other plants necessary to keep up the dis play when those now flowering'will be past their best. The chief lines for present consid eration nre dahlias and chrysanthe mums, and it will be to the advantage of growers to discard poor varieties, and,replace with plants* of the much improved" types which-are now ob tainable. Seedmen's lists obtain descriptions J of many beautiful creations, both in dahlias and chrysanthemums. A word for petunias. There 'ire few plants that equal petunias far brilliance and lasting qualities—they keep the garden gay for months and months, so it is up to us ,to give them a bit of good soil, and keep them fairly well supplied with water, for, although they can stand dry condi tions better than most other plants, they certainly do far better when they get fair ...

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

SOW NOW FOR EARLY WINTER BLOOMS It may seem odd on these sum mer days to be thinknig about which .flowers will bloom n the winter, but later when flowers are scarce and your garden is full of them, you will be pleased you read this. Sow Early for Results. . And the early seeds get flowers; so get some boxes ready to sow our new season seeds in, put them where they get the morning sun and keep earth just moist always, and you will have your neighbors later on looking green. Pansies, Poppies, Stocks, Nemes'a and Lupins are 5 kinds that are bet ter sown now. Orde rthese for 2/6 the lot, and we will present you free with a special packet of Shepherd's Fam'ou!s Winter Flowering! ,Sweet Peas. Just send 2/6 and ask for the De cember collection. Please mcnV.on this pap^r and be sure to send to the 100 year old firm. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON LTD. Far mand Garden Seeds. Head Office, 5 Parker St., Sydney.

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

WEATHER. Once again psstoralists are on the verge of feeding their stock, but al though some will undoubtedly revert to hand feeding, one often hears the remark pasaed that they will not feed, letting the stock die. Monday last was quite the "dirtiest" experien ced this summer. Fanned by a wester ly wind, clouds of dust made it un comfortable for everyone. The ther mometer registered over the 100 mark. Nevertheless, the disposers of drinks took full advantage of. the conditions to reap a. harvest. In" the matter of the request for the surrender and cancellation! (of the license in respect of the Club House Hotel, Gulargambone, in terms of Section 12 of the Liquor (Amend ment) Act 1919. A request having been inado to the Licenses Reduction Board for the surrender and cancel lation of the license in respect of the Club House Hotel, Gulargambone, in terms of Section 12 of the Liquor (Amendment) Act, 1919: Notice is hereby given that any parson being determined in accordance with the re...

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

GENERAL ITEMS. The laborers and others employed on the .Forties sewerage works are faced with the dismal prospect oi hav ing to down topis for the next four months, owing to the contractor be ing tinabl.c to secure a continuity of supplies of fine metal from the coun cil's quarries. This will affect hund reds of workers if the Forbes council does not come to the rescue at once and allow the contractors to have access to the metal quarries. It is well lor 'those who are threa tening the country \yith a fe-oae.ai Btrikq that they do not live .n t. at soiiirflUftic liaradjtse, Soviet lli^sia. Th« author of "Russia under tho Ked Flak" states that in the case ol a. lu cent strike there a. Bolshevik was issued to the effect that if,lh men were not back at work wittuu; an hour every tenth man w°",d shot." It was not necessary to do any If^ the drought breaks a. will be held by the Narrommc Aeio Club before next Easter. Hie abovu decision was arrived at at a |.'KO meeting of the Narromme, A...

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

AT "WEENYA" BOX RIDGE In aid of Gulargambone & Coonamble Hospitals. . MORSE EVENTS. 11 a.m sharp—THE CALGA WEST FLAG. RACE. Trophy value. £1/1/. Entrance 2/6. 21.25<—THE MUNGERY PONY TRIAL, 14.2 and under. 3 fur. Tro phy value £1/1/. Entrance 2/6. I.45.—THE WEENYA STAKES, 4 fur,, open to all horses. Trophy va lue- £2/2/.'Entrance 3/6. 12.10.—'WALK, TROT aud GAL LOP, 3 fur.. Trophy value £1/1/. Entrance 2/6. 12:30.— MUSICAL CHAIRS on Entrance 1/6; 2.30—THE. GUNNEWARRA HOS PITAL GIFT, 3 fur., for sulky horses only. Winner to be driven afterwards in a sulky if required. Trophy value £1/10/. Entrance 2/6. 3.15.—PRESIDENT'S QUANDA CUP, 6 fur., open to all horses. Tro phy Cup, presented by Mi*. R. T. Vin cent. Entrance 7/6. 3.S0.—THE CALGA WEST FLAG RACE FINALS. 4;—THE THURLOO POLO BALL RACE, 300 yards. Trophy value lj>/. Entrance 1/6. 4.15 —THE MOUNT TENANDRA PONY STAKES, 14.2 and under, 4 far. Trophy valuo £1/10/. Entranca Z/6r ' 4.30.—THE DOONDI PLATE," 5 fur., op...

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

WOOD YARD. Ail Vrdiiivs EEtfMjttly aifcfcSsS'B'a to am ae,Gntss'. StggUTtfcl to sitiff le'SgQi at sfia'tle'si ntrtifcb. GENERAL CARRIER. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. J. W'. HAWKINS, Munnell' St., Gula>gambone. P.O. Box 30. P'aorie 110. JUST ARRIVED. ' GJFT SXATIONJPRY wo^arat^ly KsiSCd, qaaUty fiaest. Eiill. stocjc rer eorcte, pianola rcills, H.M-.V. PortaFle and'<rtfoe?Pi.odels. ' Griming Material on Viand. Famous Kro-liife Golf Bails. Hairdreas'iag Saloon. Billiards. RYAN BROTHERS BOUItBAH STREET, ' GULARGAJWBONE. GULARGAMBONE always with LUBALOY 22's Lisa Lubaloy 22'a always and avoid frequent barrel cleanings. An exclusive development of 4 Western Ammunition, Lubaloy is a self-lubricating alloy. Pre vents metalrfouling. Lubaloy 22 s employ non-corrosive : priming mixture. Dependable, uniform and accura'.e. And '* they cost np more than ordin ary lead cartridges. They're worth a trial. Your local storekeeper soils Lubaloy • • 22's. If hjs is out of st...

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

| RETURN THANKS. t Mr. and Mrs,-A. -^oasloy,. of Iris 1 street, Gilgandra, desire to"- return.' | sincere thanks to Dr. Pect; and'Mat ron and Staff of the Gilgandra Dis trict Hospital for - kindness "{Turing ' I the recent illness of. their daughter • Mrs. J: C.oe; At the • Darlinghurst Sessions, last, woek, Mark Bro\yW, 50, was sen tenced to two. years' gaol' for-having eni'bozzled' iSOS^froiii Ithe Pyniblo Golf . Club, during;-his employment as ; secretary., The--prisoner stated Hr;V. he took the jvitmov in ■ tirdor that... his wife and farail'y should have- the-:. neccssary comforts-; of life. .

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

CABARET IN THE EMPIRE PICTURE THEATRE. Proceeds in aid of the GUgandra District Hospital.' SATURDAY NIGHT DECEMBER 14. CABARET PRODUCED BY RAY anderson (late Puller's and Tivoli Theatres). HIGH-CLASS CABARET, NOVELTY GIFTS, LEADING CABARET ARTISTS. Music by Heaney's Orchestra. DANCING FROM 8.30 P.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT. high-class: refreshments. •Admission 2/. S. REYNOLDS, Manager • (Late Grotto Cabaret, Coogee.) EMPIRE PICTURES THIS SATURDAY Monster HOSPITAL BENEFIT HEANEY'S ORCHESTRA—CABA RET—NOVELTIES—VAUDE. V1LLE AND PICTURES. THE BIGGEST NIGHT IN THE HISTORY OF GILGANDRA. Monday and Tuesday Next Jamison Thomas and Gilda' G^ajr in "TESHA" Supported by : tom mix and TO NY* in "THE SON OF THE GOLDEN WEST" Wednesday Next RALPH-LEWIS in "CROOKS CANT WIN" % estelle BRODY in "MADAMOISELLE PARLEYVOUS" : Saturday, 21st December Goorffe K.> Arthur arid Lois Wilson in "THE GINGHAM GIRL" CRYSTAL PALACE PICTURES SATURDAY, 14th DECEMBER : HE HAD A THOUSAND ALIASES 1 —but each oi.e was either a...

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CRICKET. BERIDA DEFEAT HILLSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

* CRICKET. I BERIDA DEFEAT HILLSIDE. . On Sunday-last Hillsidfe- cricketers visited Berida and after an enjoyable game wer© defeated by 174 'W5/™ the 1st, innings.."-For the.. yisitdrs"_F. °Ryan with;'"23 was top scorer,-whiles ID. Buckingham's nicely made .21-not out was .next best. Fov Berida L. Murray 105 retired, B.- Ghiisholni 48,' and K. Chisholm 24 were.the.highest scorers. Scores:-— ■ , HILLSIDE—1st innigs. 1 F.' Ryan, b R. McCutcheon . 23 D. Rodgers, lbw., b R. McCutcheon i S. Marchant, b A. McCutcheon '.1 E. Buckingham, no tout : : » 21 J. Ryan, b R. McCutcheon. 15 N. Marchant, b L. Murray 15 E'.. Andrews,'b A. McCutcheon 2 A. Marchant, b A. McCutcheon 0. K. Ryan, c R. McCutcheon, b A. , - McGutche<yi 0 D. Fro'nh, b A. McCutcheon --' 0; W'. Champion, c R. McCutcheon,, b L. Murray • .1 Sundries 5 - Total : ■ •• • 84 ■ Bowling.—R. McCutcheon -3 for 16,";: A; McCutcheon 5. for 38, M. Robin son 0 for 15, L. Murray. 2 for 10." •BERIDA—1st innings. A. McCutcheon, c S....

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C.W.A. Balladoran Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

C.W.A. Balladoran Branch. The annual meeting of the above branch of the C.W.A. was held in the Memorial Hall, Balladoran, on Wed nesday, 4th December, at 2.30 p.m. ' The meeting was very well attend ed, eighteen members being present. Tljet (following WfTico {beavers were elected for the ensuing year:—Presi dent, Mrs. L. Purvis; hon. secretary, Mrs. E. N. Craig; assistant hon. sec retary, Mrs. Fitzgerald; hon treasu rer, Mrs. J. Parslow; vice-presidents, Mesdames H. Johnstone, R. I. Ed-, wards, P. Borough, and Challanger.:: I Mrs. Fitzgerald moved a vote of ; thanks to the office bearers who had fulfilled their duties very ably dur-; ing the .past year. . ; Despite the Uad season the branch has had a very.active year's work. ■ • A children's party will bo held this year on 20th Decembov, instead of the usual Christmas tree. ' . .

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DRIVERS DEFENDED. Magistrates Rebuked. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

DRIVERS DEFENDED. I Magistrates Rebuked; I ' The London iSolicMjors' Journal, ' commenting on the exaggerated state ments of coroners and magistrates when dealing with traffic cases, sdys: "A man of good sense , and nice feeling does not become a pig" be cause he drives a lorry, and a capable, sensible woman is not transformed' into a chattering idiot by being put in charge of a car. Motor driving is partly a matter of skill and partly of good manners; in neither instance does the vehicle itself, the social po sition of the driver,, nor even sex en ■ter decisively into the questibn." ■' It is a relief to find that the legal mind.is not,ahvays .ready to jump to the conclusion that", even, defaulting motorists are a gang of bandits who delight in breaking the law.

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NEW ARMATREE HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

NEW ARMATREE HOTEL ' That oitj r.iandm^rk—the Tyrone Hotel—wiH'cease';to:: exist' as'an hotel after the 18th December, when the license will be transferred to th'o Hotel Armatree, which will be open ed by Jilr. W. T. Macken. Invitations have been issued by Mr and Mrs. Macken to the official .opening of the new hotel at 4 p.m., and' also a social evening in the .Armatree;-Hall at.8 ■p<m':

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Week-end Cricket Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

Week-end Cricket Matches. .The matches arranged for Sunday should prove interesting.-, On the lo cal 'ground Mendooran will try and win' back tho much-coveted Galopedis Cup from the Colts club. Plav will start'at 10 a.ni:, and > the fixture should draw a large crowd of spec tators. ... the- attraction should draw a .large crowd of spectators. . T-he. Waratahs will -journey to Springfield, where an enjoyable pic nic match should be the order of the day. ■

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LIGHTING BOWLING GREEN. Application to be Made. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

LIGHTING BOWLING ; GREEN. .Application to be Made. Bowls are becoming so popular in Gilgandra that the players cannot find enough time to devote to the jyieient game in the d'ay time, hence a desire to have the electric lights in stalled for night play. On a summer night we doubt if there is a cooler spot in town -than the bowling green and witty the lights on it would be an attraction, for many of our towns men; The matter was discussed at I the last meeting of the committee, and was favorably received. The president (Mr. Serisier) said he had mentioned the matter to the Shire -President, ,who had replied thatas yet the council had no money available. The: shire engineer / (Mr. Almeida) • who is a committeeman of the bowl ing club, suggested lpaving the mat ter to the council, and in the end the committee could pay back thG cost of installation by small instalments. In his ^opinion the cost of lighting the whole. green_ would only be about £25, as he ha"d"made a comparison with the...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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DISTRICT SCHOOL v STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

DISTRICT SCHOOL a- STORES, ^•he District School boys met a team'from the Gilgandra stores on Wednesday on the local wicket, and after a good game the boys, prove'il superior to the atorcmcn and won' rather comfortably. Scores:— SCHOOL, L. Ryan, c Ryan, b Hobbs 21 A. March, b Mudio .. 3 B. Elsom, b Mudio U B. Cathcart, b Moors 1 J. Bartley, c Mudie, b Smith . 30 P. Bevfiridge, run out A. Palmer, c and b Smith . ' 3 B. McEwan, not out • I J. Wilson, c Hobbs, b Cornwall _ 16 G. Cameiujn, c Smith, b Mudie '5 A; Beveridge,' c Weston, b'Mudie 3 Sundries 30 Total . ■ 114 STORES. B. Weston, b Elsom ' ' 1 M: Smith, c Gathcart, b Beveridge I). S. Monk, c March, b Beveridge IT, L. Boxhall, c Elsom, b Beveridge '-.'4 A. Hobbs, b Beveridge ft P. Cornwall, b Ryan ' 15, D. Ryari, c Bartley, b, Beveridge TJ E. Mudie', Jbw., b Barney. .'."g, — Hobbs, c Palmer, b Bartlev S" P. Smith, lbw,, ib Ryan -.1 E. Meers, not out v ■ * ^"3 Total 51' Gilgandra Presbyterian Church.— Services for Sunday next: Eumu...

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SCOUTS AT NARROMINE The Costello Banner. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

SCOUTS AT NARROMINE I The Costello Banner. On Sunday, December .1, troops of Scouts from Gilgandra, Narromine, Dubbo and Eumungorie,' rallied at , Nuromino to competc in a sqries of contests for the Costello banner. ■ | This much-coveted banner is awar ded to the premier troop of the Wes tern disti-icts, and is competed for annually. The contests consit of sig nalling, ambulancc work, knots and . lashings, camp fire entertainment, nnd scout law. V The holders of the premiership ware the Dubbo troop, but this .■year Gil gandra wrested the honor from them, and Narromine also finished ahead of the holders. Bowden Fletcher was Camp Com mandant, and District Scoutmaster B. Bradford had charge of the contests. Besides the competitors, there were GO non-competitors in camp, and a crowd of over 500 people attended j the camp fire at night. | Tho results of the competition' were:— Gilgandra 486 i points Narromine 476J ponts Dubbo 445 ponts Eunrungerie 336 points .The judges wereMessrs. P. H....

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GULAR HOTEL LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

GULAR HOTEL LICENSE. Mr. H. Heiler, licensee of the Club 'House Hotel, Gulargambone, which was destroyed by fire some months ago, has made application for the cancellation and surrender of the li cense to the Licenses Iteduction Board Persons desiring to object to the li cense being determined in accord ance with the request are required to lodge notice of objection on or before ICth December.

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TELEPHONE CHARGES From Monday Next. Parcels Post Increases. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

TELEPHONE ICHARGES From Monday Next. Parcels Post .Increases. The alterations in the" charges for telophone - services, trunk line com f munication, and local telephone calls [ como into operation on Monday next, Deember 16. After a careful review of the fac tors involved in the provision of tele I phone'facilities, and the state of na tional finances, the Sculli-dore Gov ernment has adopted a basis of char I ging more in keeping with the ex penditure incurred in furnishing tele phone services. ; A progressive policy has been vig orously pursued to ensure that the telephone business is conducted oji the most efficient and economical lines. Notwithstanding this, and the I fact that advantage is taken of eve ry known scientific development that 'will benefit the seryjce, the Govern I ment has decided that there must be I a progressively-increasing deficit un less the tariff is raised. In revising charges it has been the aim to dis 1 tribute them as equitably as possible over all telep...

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WELLINGTON BURNING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929

WELLINGTON BURNING TRAGEDY. Tho Wellington community , w«iu •thrown into a state of consternation on. Sunday night, when It was learned that- Aubrey Howe, agod ■ 13 years, was an inmate of the home of his par ents, when it was iburned to the ground. Mr. and Mrs. Howe were ab sent in their car when the fire took place, and Aubrey, who complained of feeling tired from swimming dur ing the uay, preferred to remain at' home rather than accompany them, tfhe fire broke out at 8 p.m., and the lad was asleep , on his bed when Ms parents left. It was not"known that he was in tho house until his parents re turned, and by th'at the time the fire had obtained such a hold that it was impossible to save anything, and the parents, not being able to locate<thefr. son, were forced to stand by till the flames had died down, before a search could be made. Fireman Corcoran was removing spme sheets of, iron near the front door, when he came upon the romains of the unfortunate-lad, charred bey...

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