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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929
'PALACE, 1 PICTURES Friday 20th, Saturday 21st LOVE—SOLDIERS PASSION—STRIFE FOUR BIG STARS LEWIS STONE—NORMAN KERRY MARY NOLAN—JUNE MARLOWE The Triangle of Father, Son and the Woman—the Mutiny of the De sert—-Father >■ Courtmartialling f) his son, .-both .-unaware !of i'he other's identity—the Struggle/of p. Pure'Mai-' den and a Vampire, for the love of a Doomed Man—Mystic, Moonlight Nights on the Desert—the Father's Great Sacrifice—-the ' Lovers Uniteil. THAT'S THE "FOREIGN LEGION" GUARANTEED . RECOMMENDED to even surpass Beau Geste The management of tho Theatre gives, their personal recommendation that it is a picture'achievement equal to the greatest of any silent pictures made. BocSlc your seats. Usual Prices. Supported by CLARA BOW in v- . "THREE WEEKS END" COMING Nt* V\ Mm®** a! w
ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT. Display of School Work. Examination Results. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929
T. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, \Display of School Work. ; Examination Results. . •'".Pviov to, the breaking up for tho' holidays the annual display of-work1 by the .pupils of tit. Joseph's Convent Gilgandra, was held in the school rooms fin Wednesday last, when pat ents of the pupils attended'and view-, t'd the work. A-representative of the Weekly" had tho pleasure of inr specting the display and was amazed r>t tlie variety of subjects on view. Undoubtedly the most interesting was die basket work section, sea grass chairs, tables and lounges being maae by the school pupils under the direc tion of one of the sisters. Tho chief workers in this section •e-.c John Cur "an (11 years), Doug las Noonan (14 years), Al.ck MalonG (12 years), Midge Munro (13 years) and Maria O'Brien (12 years). These boys and girls have made chairs, ta bles and lounges equal to any articlo purchased from the stores ajid their woiic is a distinct credit to the Sis ters of thp. Convent. The work is taught during school...
GILGANDRA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929
GILGANDR'A DISTRICT HOSPITAL. i • • Committee Meeting. "A * ^ ii ,'t —■ > -..I. "D. Serisier&lt;(presidentUbrc si- 'J^L\Jihe usual ajonthly oi' did mtewSlta Hi/pital committeBj on Tuesday TiighJ; and there was" good attendance oi com .jjjtieemen. ■ Accounts totalling £64/3/9 were passed for payment "when funds wer, ava lable." • Matron Dovey and STui-se Glasscock tendered their resigu ' mer from Decembei from January 6.—1 he present sister utions, thR for i, and the latter •' president said seer Gwilliam) V was a qualified mati^i and the house committee had agree 16 the po'sition of Whitlock had been i cued Sister Gwillianj—1The appoint; ments were confirm^ Matron Dovey re; admitted since last and 11 females; rec 11 females; died November 30, 6 daily average 6.63 to appoint her matron. Sister pointed to suc jrted: Patients eport 8 males vered 6 males, o; in hospital cs, 2 females; iiales, 4.23-fe males ,-outdoor patii its, 3 males, 1 £16/16/9. .The ere ackno\yled Mrs. Leh...
PERMIT TO ENROL. At Gilgandra District School [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929
PERMIT TO ENROL. At Gilgandra District School The following pupils passed the permit to enrol examination, held at Gilgandra District School on J 8 Eh October:— Graham Bartley, Bort Gopsill, Ma vi&lt;s: Hickman, Ron Miller, Alex Ross, Allen Slater, Ida Diggs-, Gloria Don nelly, Ivy Feebler, Mavis Hickman, Lois Offneiy Nellie Tomlinson. - Thn fo'low'mr who attended from ,subsidised! (schools also, have ,b,een awarded the certificate:—Marv -T;' - Dorothy Tompkins, Rawdon Middle ton. The above pupils have qualified_to attend in a 7th class where there are super primary classes or, if they wish, as first year secondary students at Gilgandra District School.
NEW HOSPITAL ACT. How It W[?]ffect Gilgan[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 12 December 1929
NEW HOSPITAL ACT. How It WMjijfect Gilgai* | ,;ing of the coimnit V D.: Seri fl written jner'(Mv. mild visit, fyad been V,d be in \ the. re 'JAr. Se Jj liold yteeman £20 _,-\v pci1 TiiT' such Speaking-at the j Gilgandra District tee... the Presidenl eior)' said the self tho new hospital^ Love) inquiring. Gilgandra. So faj received, but Mi] Dubbo in a few j gulations of thj risier said, pre! ing a position" who entered intl with the hosp}»3 mission of. the C3! person could hold .offico.'Unless ex emption was secured tils would pre vent Messrs Cameron, Brown and Brooks from being members of the committee, which was ■ absurd; If' this rule was strictly adlered it would be difficult to secure plough citizens to carry on the work oi the hospital. Another i\ule stated tint the annual meeting of the institu;ion must be held three months after tho Act came into force. This would mean that their annual jp sting would take plu^'o in Januar" | Visual time. They a' l • (had to>. 'H number to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
MILLER STREET :: GILGANDRA riiONii V3. . . , Is being renovated throughout, and wiil be completed \ within the next few weeks. The new proprietors are installing a 14ft Soda Foun tain, 13ft Show Case, 34in Sack Bar, Mirrors on all sides of the Refreshment Room set in maple, besides ? many other up-to-daLe improvements. When completed the A.B.C. Cafe will be second to none in the West. i NOTE.—We have no connection with any otlur shop in town. ' k PETERS AND CO PROPRIETORS^ Sole Agents for Geo. Adams Rich Cakes and Crears | Sponges, at Lowest Prices, LINK UP WITH GILGANDRA'S MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR GARAGE - T. B. WESTON AND SONS HAVE TAKEN OVER jIUNRO'S GARAGE. WE DESIRE TO MEET .THE -"OVVENIEXCE CP MOTORISTS. CONTINUOUS SERVICE We can supply Shell and Plume Peivo\ Ya!vol:ne and r.Icb'I O'is, Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres and Tubes. DEALERS IN : Buick, Marquette, Oakland and Poniiac Cars. G. M. C. Trucks As Our Garage is Properly Equipped with Staff and Tools We can give you S E R V I C E ...
THE MOTOR WORLD. News and Notes from the N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
THE MOTOR' WORLD. ~J > Neivs -and Notes from the. N.R.M.A.. The N.K.M.A. says that four miU's of'new bituminous pavement have .been opened to traffic: on the 'groat. Northern Highway north of: Wyong. The laying- of an additional length of pavement near the Wyes .-.turn-off has begun. Sidetracks are in use and drivers should-exercise care. - The average tax paid in- respeat of all motor vehicles other than-.motor cycles in Great Britain is £28 ,as com pared -with £5/3/ in the U.S.A.. £1C in -France, £13 in Germany, tnid £(> in Canada. ' i Olimolor tyros exported to Spain arc mado into cheap holiday shoes. . There-are S200 garages and service •stations in Australia". It is reported that, vehicles , fitted , with wide tyres arc actually improv ing some country roads iu Tasmania. Mentbers.of the N.R.BI.A.-should fce careful to carry their iinenrbersl^p. cards with thom whenever they arc 'motoring-, as failure to produce then: 'may result in a refusal of service at a critical time....
FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
FAIR. Alfred hud obtained a job with a firm of builders. . He began -work' on Monday-'-morning1!YWhen. Wednesday evening arrived he found he was shon cf. money.. He went to the eashicr. Can I havc niy week's wages now?: he asked. t The cashier looked surprised. ' You've"only been here three days, he said: v.-..>r Alfred nodded. I know, he replied/; but if I can '"rust you for the first three day:;, surely you can trust me for the se cond. *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
NewLaidEggs becoming scarcer Think what it mentis to have your own "new-Jaid" egg;;. No more to fcc bought. No more good food (o bo turned iiitc fat instead of cgns. Read this testimonial and note ihe difference "Karswood" Poultry Spice made. ■ "Layinj* Well" "Ihave been using ,w.. your Karswood \«iij'V , poultry spice for a f®J 'J'" X period of twelve i£jj, | % months with very m S good results. A few gfefev. . Adja months ago i dis- fcigM continued using **" -a supply of "Karswood" again and they are laying well again. I will rccommcnd it to all my friends." (Sgd.) J. A. Ori'cinfil letter on file for inspcctioflu karswood POULTRY SPiCE Does not forcc or injure fowls Obtainable at all Stores z.4» Don't Experiment YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE IF ..YOU FOLLOW THIS ADVICE.C Never neglect your kidneys. If yon have pain in the hack, urinary dis orders, dizziness and nervousness, it's time to act and 110 time to experiment. These are frequently symptoms of kidney trouble, and a remedy which ...
HOW COUNTRY MUGS ARE CAUGHT. "Dinkum Oil." From Horse's Teeth Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
HOW COUNTRY MUGS ARE CAUGHT. "Dinkum Oil." From Horse's Teeth Doctor. A per»on named '(say) Bill BJtui};, whose address is given as (say) Blue Flamatraining stable, Kensington, hag circularised country sportsmen with an enticing' morsel which is printed hereunder. After reading it those, who ,are classed' amongst the "poor, deluded country mug puhtera'' will b© anxious to know the correc.: name and give their money a "fly." It wou'.d be a fly no doubt, fly to Syd ney to Bill Blank and help 'to put miit on his sideboard. But it is strange how some of the . "clovcr" puntei's from the country fall to si milar schemes and pay dearly for lip* and "inside" information. Bill Blank is honest in his disho nesty, hs is going to. give away the stable information all unknown tc the boss. In fact, he will extract the dinkum oil from the horse's mouth. Here's Bill's tasty pill:— A Genuine Offer to Country Sports. I have a desire to introduce myself to you, not a3 a tipster, but as one who has suf...
NOTHING SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
NOTHING SERIOUS. The members of a cricket team were seated in a train on their way to an away match. Ten of them were reading, whan suddenly the eleventh broke out into deep blood-curdling groans. The rest of the team glanced al him anxiously, and then one forced a flash of brandy between his teeth. How do you feel now? lie said. Fine, said the invalid. : , - What was the mattoiy anyway? Matter? Why, nothing! Then why. were' you groaning? askc-d the owner of the brandy. Groaning. I wasn't groaning; I.w&lt;i$> singing, '
IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE 1 ?:l:Eullfi1'.pai,t:cu .avs arc: advertised sin. this'iiujo by Mcssis. A. Tcwnsend & Fon a;/d Miller & James, auctioneer •iatqonjuriction/of:an '.'important clear-: 'ing'sale to' bo held .-on'account\cf ilie Exois. Into Alfred Mortimer," al "Ilplmwood," U\ o mi'cs fiom J3n.Hi' rdoran,; on Wednesday,1 22nds Jamjary.v 1930. The sale, commence-^ at> 12 io'clock': and luncheon wyi .be provid ed . The' .whole- of the stock, plant I and .household ■ effects •will.'he. o (Teredo
COOL AND DARING THEFTS Robberies At Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
COOL AND DARING THEFTS Robberies At Dubbo Cool and daring thefts were per petrated ,in Gobborah Street, Dufcbo, last week, when several houses were visited by a burgglar, who collected a good sum of cash and a quantity of •goods for his trouble. The work savours of professional •ism aod housaholders in the town .havo.been warned to take precau tions against a visit from the noctur nal- prowler. Visiting the house of Mr. G. Wheeler, the thief cooly took tfio oc cupant's thousers of? the end of tho bed in which he was sleeping and went through his pockets. ■Mrs. Newe, who was staying with Mr, and Mrs. J, E. Graham, * was awakened to sec a man going through the wardrobo in her room. Terrififld, she was unable to give tho alarm un til the intruder had lofb the house, Aunt Jane: Ebbert: aro you teach ing the tfarr'o't to 'swear? Rbbcrt. No, auntie; I'nJ' just tolling him what not to say.
INSTITUTE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
INSTITUTE MEETING A meeting of the committee of i'hp • Gilgandra War Memoriakwill.-beshblcT, ■vin the -'institute to-iifgh't -at iSj o'clook., CHRISTMAS TRADE ; " ' ' Considering the^p.resentidepressioii volocal storekeepers were -very .satisfied with the' Christmas trade, which in many instances exceeded expecta tions. Generally speaking,'it havtliy equalled "ast year's, especially in . ■luxury-lines and say,*foi- instance.:t.ho ■ vmora'-oxpensive- toys,,- though toys-a? -a: whole- sold, well.i People shov/ed-a tendency to&lt; economy,''side by s.dc , with: a'detc-rniination; to! keep. up the spirit of Christmas, so that, with the ■ '.exceptions noted,' business'was' pleas ing'y brisk. * * r -f " SUNDAY'S CRICKET -x:;- -,The .following players have '.-i bcen ;r:se"ccted^-to ;.represent i.the .Gilgandra ■ Colts againstvAnnatree- on the local ground on Sunday. The Pontes and •Gleesos trophy, will? be at stake and a good game, should be the result:- - II/Williams, K. Williams,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
F. O. R. SYDNEY never bought si speed and. jturdi w Ml Drive it! Put the smart, swift Erskine Six Tourer tjjrough its paces, in traffic or on open highway—so well built that it can be driven 40 miles an hour when new— 62-mile speed later. Judge for yourself just how fast, how nimble, how comfort able it i^ to ride in and drive. Prove it! Satisfy yourself, by Erskine's performance in your own hands, that it is exactly what Studebaker deliberately planned it to be—the finest, fastest car under £450. Studcbaker's 79 years of manufacturing experience stand back of the Erskine Six. I (Complete equipment includes Bumper Bars and all accessories) CAL M,ERs A. COLEMAN, GU LARGAMBONE ^ lip#! ■ p'Sj ¥ ? _ JlWSSS®! a. a.1. x - ' 11 A* •* > i * '-t i P. H. WAKE HOLMLEE BOEDER LEICESTER Hie Ewes of the above Stud wove purchased from LO"Wb and GRANT'S, and were joined with Lincoln College Special Stud Rams, three of the oldest registered stu ds in New Zealand. The above Ram Lamb is only 10 mon...
LONE LAYER OF ODDS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
LONE LAYER OF ODDS •' ' : AIiv-t''Harry^Yeung(''.'?of-'>.:Coonamblo v. as The. only: bookmakersiafcithe iCTon-. snii"a races"'on NeW'Year's-Day,sand he gave>tho;,;puntei-s- ani excoptioniVjly, goo'd spin. " - - CLAIMS FOR'HALF RATES Owners or"ocupicrs1 within the Co nnainblo Pasturos Protection -District ■; claiming-half a'atcsivon'theirrfhoklins-'s for the yo2r l930,' must lodgc their, claims, with Mr^D. .T,'; McDonald,.itho Eo'ard's secretary, by 31st March next, otherwise tliey will be too late 'for recognition. ._ &lt; f ^ V fX ' f* COONABARABRAN' RACES , Coonabarabran races. we:ev hcld:' on Tuesday-and Wednesday'last. Gil gandra v/as :well represented .jt-;the ir.ee'ing with horses and-punters , - * * .1: ** " AFTER THE HOLIDAYS i • Local residents \havd once again sqttled't 'flown to '.work after--.h.'' Cfcr.'stmas and New Year holidays. , COMBARA C'?ORTS ' "f * - The sports at Co'mbara on New Year's Day drew, an attendance "of ever fivs hundred, and the1, financ...
DUBBO CYCLIST FOR SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 9 January 1930
DUBBO CYCLIST FOR SYDNEY 5 Roy 0'K.eefe, one of Dubbo's crack; cyclists, who has left for Sydney to'; "compete In the Country > champion-.* ...ships at the Velodromci is'a sp'.endid?;, .£ . rider,; and it is quite on. the? cards; that he will triumph over: the-opposi- ;. tion and bring back further ^.cyclings. > laurels ,to Dubbo. . . • * * * DUBBO 'PLANE MISHAP ! " In attempting to avoid .hitting;the-, crowd ivhich had gathered on;the.. narrow landing ground at Lake Ilia-. > warra on Saturday, Mr. 11. J. Garter, pilot of the Western Aircraft; G.ii's' , Dubb.o 'plane, was forced fo land in • the waters of the lake:/ Although the -, machine was slightly : damaged,^neiv: ther ,Mr. Carter nor his two passungr • era were hurt. , ' " • # * * LESS MEAT EATEN BY AUS-, TRALIANS According to Mr. J. P. Osborne,'■ deputy-chairman of the Metropolitan Meat Industry Board, despit .thc steady increase in the population of Sydney and suburbs the slaughtering? . figures have been practicall...