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THE CRY FOR REFORM Country Movement Launched [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

THE CRY FOR REFORM Country Movemen Launched In the latter part of-last year. ,a Citizens' Reform 'Leagues was started at Ardlethan; n;esoiu.ions on reform li ncs wore passed;. they,^ were than sent to every - corporate ;.'bod y in-, v-tho; State, ask'ng for co-operation in^the interests of reform and economy in Governmental expenditure. Very en couraging replies were received /from all over the State in answer to tli'J 1200 letters sent out, and -,an an7 nouncement was made that, afcer,har vest, the movement would .be. defin itely launched. .On Thursday, January '23; 1980, a meeting was held at Ardlethan when it was decided that the hearty sup port g'iv^n Warranted- o.ur putting the scheme into operation, and • Hie Collow'ng resolutions werevpassoil:— (1) That this meeting • of. citizens determines to bring about the gener al reduction: of State expenditure in accordance with our platform, * and seeks -the co-operation of every citi zen to this end. - v : . (2) That this meet'ng.is ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Stock Sales men, Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agents.' Ilead*Offices: ■ Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's Famous Dip, - The Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd. • Loans negotiated on Freehold' ami Leasehold security at Lowest Kates of Interest. A. H, 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; "tanks . tanks" PRICES FOR TANKS 1000 GALLON, 24 gage, walls and bottom; 20 gage top; 3 tap, £7. §000 GALLON, same materials as above, 1 inch tap—£11/5/. i 3000 GALLON; as above, £15/10/;' Without tops less £175/, and- tap o/G extra. " » ' v: All Prices Cash on Delivery. Prices for other tanks'or for making on application. A. P. Walton/ Gilgaii^ra Phone 71. REWARD. : A reward -of £5 is offered by the Gilgandra Shire Council f...

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MEMORIAL HALL FOR COLLIE? Residents Divided Sparks Fly at C.W.A. Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

MEMORIAL HALL FOR COLLIE? Residents Divided . " Sharks Fly at C/W.A. . ' " Meetings , ' "Better lato than never" »P/ prnrs o be the motto behind the ira'-tag of sufficient moiftjr by the )f ' residents of Collie for the erection of a hall in that cent™ wh-ch wi» serve (Q act as a memorial <o tho-je Ecld ers who paid the suprmno sac. ^i-Ttco in the Great War. For thj past tan years this niafc.er has been in the air and to-day the fund amounts o something like £000, wh'ch ,has"„bcen contributed mainly firoin"a \y"omcn Worke.-s League, the Rcluinrd, Soldiers League and the Counti y Women's Association, the last-namod officeis having charge of „11 anangemens in connect on with ■the proposal. When the doa v..a first mooted1 Miss Ida Murray, -hoi.. secretary of the ColMc C.W.A., ' very generously \>romiseii -to purchase a block'of laud in * suitable l™5-'0"; neai Biophy's stoie, whe e .he ha could be croclsd, .but although tend ers' have:been called bn two occasions for the'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

SPECIALS THAT WILL APEAL TO ALL IN THESE LEAN TIMES. REAL MONEY SAVERS WHILE they LAST, AS THERE IS ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY OF EACH. 38 inch LINENE, all shades, 1/-yard. ZEPHYR, Plain Colours, Grey, pink, Helio Saxe, 38 inch, 9|d. yard. JAP CREPES, all shades 6vd. yard 36 inch PURE LONGCLOTH, 9 yard. COTTON FUJI, Fast Colours, 1/1 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING, 54" 1/-, 72" 1/9, 80" 2/6. WHITE TURKISH TOWELING, 22" 1/3, 1/6 yd. TOWELS. Buy now before affected by duty. Prices Ranging from 1/- to 3/-. BORDERED CASEMENT CURTAIN C L O T H, 1/4-2 yard. NATURAL FUJI SILK. Special 1/10 yard. GOOD QUALITY PILLOW SLIPS, 1/- each. OSMAN PILLOW SLIPS, 1/6 each. MOSQUITO NET, 100" 2/-yard. OSENABERG. Special 1/1 yard. AND MANY OTHER LINES TO CLEAR AT AT A- J- HA8GOOD PLUMBER & GALVANISD IRON WORKER Sole Distributor for this District for Southern Cross Windmills, and all other Goods of that Company's Manufacture. • •, S||/: Always In Stock — No Waiting Windmills, Piping, Fitting^ Baths, Bath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

IDALEIGH HOSPITAL ^ GILGANDRA. Has been thoroughly rerovated and is under entirely new management. Medical, Surgical .and Obstetric casef received An efficisr.t nurse always on nighl duty. TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TOWNSEND.

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FINED £10 FOR RESCUING HORSES Lesson On Impounding Law [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

FINED £10 FOR RESCU ING HORSES O ; Lesson On Impounding Law Mai-tin O'Neill, a carrier at Eug-; owra now knows that it is unwise to rescue horses that are_ on the way to ■jihe pound; oven though the- animals; belong to the rescuer. - Before.Mr. Bromhead,- S.M.^atithe Eugowra- Court recently,-;.O'Neillsa nr. s\vered not -guilty to a charge ■ of re scuing 11 horses_that ha'd been seized for ihe purpose of impounding.. The horses had been impounded from a property belonging to R.- S. Howard and Son, of 'Parkes,\ and .giv en to a drover named Berfe Spicer to 'ake to Ei'gowra pound. On thd toad O'Neill met Spicer -and took -the. hor ses from, him. ■Sergean;, Ferris, of -Parkes, -. gave evidence that O'Neill tol'd h!m that he did not offer Spicer any pound fees, but just took ths horses from him as he had no right to pound them, and that he. could-not pound them on a Sunday. . •' v In; his evidence •: defendant stated he tcld Sergeant Ferris that he only i-took"delivery- of the-horses. He...

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NEW TELEPHONE RATES P.M.G,'s Reply [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

NEW TELEPHONE RATES P.M.G,'s Reply 'In consequcnce of .lie State-wide ro cLt by theprovincial papers igainst the new telephone rates, which came into' operation .with the Jawn of ;iho npw year, the President of the Country Press (Mr. P. -Sulli vrn) wrote to the PostmaotOL-Gencir al for a reconsideration. In his rep'y the P.M.G.' contended tha: under the new rates, country subset1'bars had ,-itcjt 1)2en unfa'vly 'reated; iji fact, the rentals had been reduced jn" aJl groups except ox changes having from ] to 300 sub scribers and 301;.to COO subscribers respectively, ■wh'le'y'i.ho" rental for ex changes • having 60.1- to 1000 had been reducod by'2/0, 1001 to 1500 lines by 12/6, 1501 to 2000 by 17/0, and 2001 to 2000 by 7/6 peiv^ annum. In respect-;o local' calls the only: easy where the unit call fee was being in creased. in country d's rict was in vc ?p.ect- of exchanges having-. 3/1 to TOO subscribers,' the increase being from Id. to lid. per call. Oil the other hand, there ,-wcs an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

Tudor Sedan s ixty miles an liour— and in perfect safety YOU have, in all probability, com pared the appearance of llie New Ford with that of ine finest car you have ever known. Now we ask you to apply this same standard to its performance. Bring back to your mind your im pressions of tlie most satisfactory motor car performance you have experienced. Then come to our salesroom for a ride in the New Ford. We confidently predict that this amazing car will meet satisfactorily the severe standard by which we ask you to judge it. It has already done' so for thousands of experienced motorists. Owners who long ago forsook the light weight car fifJd are now back in it, driving with greater satisfaction the New Ford car. To•diy for D e m o n s t LOCAL DEALER. G1LGANDRA' motor GARAGE CO. • 2 5 YF,ARS OF PUBLIC PREFERENCE

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WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

WOOL REPORT Schuto,,Bell and Co., Ltd., ropori: ■ Seritnisly disappointing as this week's sales must bo to every wnol growev, some sl'ght consolation must be gleaned from the fact that prices to-day are no": even somewhat- lower than 'they are. The virtual collapse in prices at the London sales last week; iho world-wide financial string ency, and the abnormal depression in .wool-manufacturings circles, all com bined .to lender the' outlook for-"this week's^ sales- particularly-: inauspici ous. The actual decline recorded,: as com-', pared witli: the /.last sale in' Sydney on {lis 15th January (that is, before (ho B/sbane series), is about 10.par cent, as regards average quality wools. ■ Thin, v wasty,: drought-affected lines, howevsr; experienced a fall of J 25 to 15 -pw cent. ■ ■■ ^ - ' Competition was animaitod from a w;de:<circle:of buyers-up to a point, but reduced, limits were hard and fasti'-.and no Section was prepared to advance a farthing beyond such defin iter l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

For Two Weeks Only A Genuine Clearance of JLl AND TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST LADIES' STOCKINETTE BLOOMERS, in Natural, White anil Pink. To Clear 1/G pair. LADIES' COTTON VESTS, Good Quality, Well Cut arid-Finished, all sizes. Clearing: Price 1/6 each. LADIES' CREPE NIG1IT DRESSES, As&or ed Colouis. dealing 3/i-4 , LADIES' CREPE AND COTTON FUJI KIMINOS, Assorted' Colours,!; Nicely Worked To C'eai at 4/6, 5/11, ,7/11, 9/11. ? LADIES' AND MAIDS' COTTON FUJI PYJAMAS,,in Mauve, Cream: and Sky. To clear at 7/11. „ ( LADIES' AND MAIDS' CREPE: PYJAMAS;'Assorted;; Coloursi^W^U .■ Cut. To Clear at 5/3. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CHILDREN'S'-LINENE FROCKS,.^ With BLOOMERS to MATCH. Priced at 2/3, 2/6;' 2/11. S: CHILDREN'S FIGURED CESSARINE FROCKS, Assorted Colou'v:' Guaranteed Fadeless. Clearing at 3/11 each. GIRLS' AND MAIDS' FROCKS. These are in Linenes, Cessarincs. Tobra'cos and I'ujis. Priced to Clear at 5/11,'9/11, 15/6. LADIES' II0US3 SMOCKS. These are nicely made and well worth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

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BALLADORAN NEWS FAREWELL PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

BALlADORAN NEWS ^ ~ \ *' ' * Sk FAREWELL sPART V . On Friday,-31st January,at 3 pnn. tho ^ members, -ofths Balladoran G. -W. A. , met »'at ;the jresidence:;of ■ Mrs: ■ F. rBorough toibid tfarewell- to -one^oi'v aiieirnios: ^valued j'nrsmbersji namely, ,Mrs.- Mortimer, '^ who; is., leaving.' this district very shortly.- ' ^ - Mrs.::Edwards?(secretary) >took;the chair and referred to the'ioss 'ho branch would incur at'Mrs. Mortim er's. departure . - She. has ;beenv always" will'ng andVi'eady jto'-lie^p;:in. any un-: dertaking. " ■> 1 , - ' ', - - Mesdames .' Johnstone,h-Fitzgerakl, Challenger, Rich -and- "Anderson.vably supported the . remarks of - Mrs;:vEd7 wards, and wished ihe 'guest every happiness and, prosperity in t-he future. The president, Mrs. L. Purvis, ■ then - presented^.JVIrs i; -Mortimer' with ■a-handsonie1'travelling rugjon - behalf of the members of the BaJladoran 0. ,w.a: Mrs. Mortimer suitably responded . After the singing of "For She's -a •Jolly/Good Fellow,"...

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FAR WEST TEAM "Binty" Twigg Captain and Manager Williams Not Included [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

FAR WEST TEAM "Binty" Twigg Captain Manager Williams Not Inclucle(1-. The' ablegates selected by .the ■ Western District Cricket Council, Dr. Matthews (pre.vdeii1": Oranga District Cricket Association); Messrs. Walsh (president Par kes Cricket Association), W_. Bell (assistant secretary Dubbo ; District ' Cricket Association), met at Orange on Saturday last to selec': a team to represent tho Far West at the Country Week Carnival, commencing on Febru- • - ary 10. ••' ; • There were 27 names /submitted or - :: selection. from, the following towns, which comprise the Far .West : —-Orange, ^Canowindra, ■ Cowra, For bes, -Parites, Peak Hill,' Wellington, Duhbo, G'.lg«!ndra (who nominated Ilughic . Williams)"', - Coonamble, ;Nar romine, x.Tr'angie,- .Nyngan,: v Cobar, Bourke-and:-Broken Hill: This'as will be:seen, -takes in a very big scope of country;/ and: -although ;all- these as sociations .'were notified regarding Country iWeek, ."27, names , for-.selec iion.iis. a very-vsmall.:total...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

CRICKET On Sunday -lust Beridn' cricketers visited Ashvale: and , wore .defeated by GO runs. Fo.- AshvalcA. Lindsay made top scorc in both innings.'The only others* to roach double figures bounty ' L;. and '-W.' Dawes:- 'Borida began, badly;- the,.firsfc" three. mcn^bo ing .dlsiiiissed for ;0 .i'unSj.;R;t;McCut cheon•/■.being; e'ean' bbwled'<first ball. ;B.-Chisholni made top score for Bsr ida with eleven .-The nexttbesl being 0.! Knopp 10. In 'heir sc.cond in nings Ashvale did better, making 82, biiti Berida was . only able to make one i more r. than ■. <theiiv' .iivst ilinings "core. Berida appreciated'the sports manlike manner in/wh'ch Ashvale fielded until seven o'c'ockj-.hus enabl ing ^thenv. to complctov, their second innings. Scores:— .'ASHVALE-r-lstc Innings \V. Holswick," cK.-Chisholni, -b M Rob nson G \V. Dawes, b R. McCutcheon 4 C.* Dawes, lbw, b R. McCutcheon 2 A. Lindsay,.stp Eggleston, b M. B. Holswiclij b'R.'-! McCutcheon 0 Robinson ' - 21 L. Daw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

The Paint that has been proved by hundreds of thousands of users all over Australia. With Newton's Paint you can paint a 5-roomed Wooden House and Roof for £0/10/-. You are. buy ing paint that is made to the formula of a Royal Commission. Genuine White Lead, Zinc Oxide and Pure Linseed Oil. Newton's Paint covers better and lasts longer. It is backed by an ironclad guarantee. Books and Color Cards Free Send for yours now. Newton's Paint, 16/6 gallon, in four gallon cans. Single Gallons 1/- extra. Buy locally from C. A. MURPHY GILGANDRA. E. A. WEAVER . Building Contractor Estimates given for all Classes.of Buildings. Alterations and Joinery. Work. —' Modern Bungalows a Speciality. Casllcrcagh Street, Gilgajndra. P.O., Box 39. Phone 03. The Rev. Father T. Curran, who swas in; chairge, of: the .Cumnock diocese a'i.vitsjfoundation and has rccetnly re 'tuniedvfronii aiworld's tour, liaSjboen ^appointed to a new parish in the yBatluu-sfedioceic-manied Tin-on. Fath er CuiTan „was Very popul...

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PERSONAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

PERSONAL PARS ■ The many friends of M v. . AV. GafTn'ey, our popular, busmen, wil learn nvith r regret' of "his' sorious- i:l-i ness in" the.-. Gilgandra; District pital. "Bill" ;s very popular with all section of the communityand , wc join with his; many friends ■ in "wish ing a speedy recovery.' • -• » w *"-•„»■ Mrt-'^V- Bucknell, Stock Insepctor to . the Coonabarabran ,'P.P:', Board, is visiting the Gi'gandra d'st.rict. where ho is hold in high esteem by hi? courteous and obliging maimer ; .Mat; ters in connection : with the;<! recent upheaval between the Board and the Rabbit Inspector (Mr. Brown) a"e for from-settled, and somcintovc.st ing developments are expected . - • f ■■ if ■ A civic reception will bo tendered Mr. Love, the chairman of the .IIos pital, Commission", at - the Gilgandra Shire Chambers; "on Friday at inoon. Mr .Love wi'l visit the hospital .'at 2 p.m. . ' < » * * - ♦ A public meet'ng is called for to night to make arrangement ■'•■for -a pu...

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YOUNGEST R.C. BISHOP Pope's Recognition [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

YOUNGEST R.C. BISHOP . Pope's' Recognition . The Romn Catholic Bishop of '.BathurstLfDr..'..(Norton), who is about wo.smake.an/ad.limina- visit to Rome, !Avas;iwtien-cons2cratc(l, the youngtsc ;Uoman-Catholic Bishop, and to mark :cher\occasion the Pope presented' him with a pectoral cross stating that :','It was\ a record of modern times." The consecration ceremony took aiaceon Low Sunday, 1926, at Rome, ^the 'prefect of Propaganda College ■(Cardinal van Rossum) officiating • • Bishop Norton is going to Rome to give account to the Pope of the spiritual and material welfare of the '.Bathurst diocese, including works since he succeeded to ihe see. Among these are the establishment of Croagh Patrick Orphanage for Boys at Or ange, the aim of the late Bishop 0'Parrel], and the large additions to -Str : Vincent's Hospital, aBthurst. The launching of the diocesan mag azine, "The Record," is another ac hievement. -r.Dr. , Norton was the youngest bis hop at the Eucharistic Congress, and •he-...

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HONORARY MEMBER Straight Talk at Bowling Club Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

HONORARY MEMBER Straight Talk at Bowling Club Meeting When considering the adoption "of rules for the Gilgandra Bowling Club at a meq'.ing pf the commit - tec on Wednesday night, the »ec '.retary (Mr. G. Christie) said he had asked Mr. Almeida to be pre sent at the mod'ing for the com mitteo to discuss whether that •tjentleman was to.be an honorary member of'the club. ■ The President (Mr. L. D. Seris'er) r.iid' when the rules were adopted -Vhoy. V'would provide for honorary members,; but they would not be able •'o hold office, attend .or vote at any Ticuting: of- the !club and .would have •V. be residents outside 15 miles of •:he . post ofiice. ^ - ■" . Mr. Almcdia" said the only thing ho:- had in;mindi-was': that at the inau gural meeting of the club he was askcd rto. be- on : the^ committee as aii -honorary, member. He may be undor a,.misapprehension, but ho took that sfrom,'a- report-that' appeared in the local; paper. : . i • -.Mr Leake said ho had read some thing, in the paper ...

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INCREASE IN DEPOSIT RATES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

INCREASE IN DEPOSIT-RATES The rates of 'n'erost on fixoil de posits in the Rural Bank have bsi'ii increased to 51 per c°nt for Uvo years deposits, 5 per cont. for 12 months, ./IH: per :centfor 0\ moil.lu:, ulid 41 pev cent foi\ 3.'nionths, ius i'rojn the 28th instant. » "( jf • ■ As no other name has been submit-! lied, Mc\ C. A. Kelly, M.L.A., will have no opponent*for. the Labour sel ection for Bathurst.

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