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SEND-OFF AT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

SEND-OFF AT CfXl One of the most nopnlaifoum dies of the Collie district^ lea to bt; married, and oil 'cdne; night the local hall was eroded > well wishers of Miss Olij Set daughter of Mr. and Mil J. ! ley, of "Clyde Cottage," Joss; bind to show their appreciifbn of finariy kindly and Ri'acios act whilsta resident of the di£tet. I cin^ was chiefly indulged Stand insr an interval Mr. ,T. C. jlophj behalf of tlK'ltown and disjict, scntod the jjutist of the. -cyjfnt? jl' cheque, to which :<■ sjttblo sponsu was mudii by Mr. ^Jry. 'Alias Schley ie l-u -b<; JjliiiN Dubbo on Tuesday to Mr." I); • and their future home $ be . Forbes.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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V.C. WINNER IN TOW[?] A Modest Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

V.C. WINNER IN TOW •, A Modest ■ There are only M holders the scoveted Victoria Cross • ■ New South Wales, anil] at t . present tnne one of th«e, J< Ryan, is working in Gilg&dra i the telephone lines. j -'Like all heroes.modestvjis his cond name, and it is witij diffii one can got him reciting tow he the distinction. A native if Tu where his mother still resaes, 1 was a, steeplechase jockey|>ef or joined- up with the ButblRatti and saw over three years' iCrvict the battle of Bullecourt : jjmbt "Germans were playing luu.J .vill Australians at a small pifce cj Bellecour.t and Ryan onanist bombing party to attack fern, meant a .trip across No Mai's L and although the raid tvflj kuc< ful ho was the only one wp ret cd, carrying a wound luilus \ shoulder.1 His bravery earna him Cross. | - Ryan informed our • repifcntr that ho hSd passed througK'Jilga: several Aveeks ago io wo&at ford Park? 'and has only jft ret ed fr'oni.being feted by tlu&...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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CHAMPIONSHIP WHEAT MR. W. BURRELL THIRD, [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

CHAMPIONSHIP WHEAT MR. W. BURRELL THIRD, The awards in connection with the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales Field Wheat Competition for the Western Dis trict has been made available, and the honor of third place has been' secured by- Mr. W. Burrell, of "Woodsid-s," Gilgandra. The win is a very meritorious one, and we vffer our congratula tions to Mr, BurrelL .in his success. • The following awards were made: g ' o , O (1) N. II. Hubbard AVongarbon (Nabawa) r (2) S. Thompson Yalgogrin N. (Nabawa) (3) \V. Bun-ell Boarbong (Nabawa 85a.) (Kiv. 15ac.) Dillon Tullibigeo.1 . (Nabawa) (5) A. Crouch uad G. Cole Condobolin (Penny) (5) A. A. Wyatfc Gunning Gup (Waratah) (7) W. G. Williamson Yarranbandi (Penny) ('D o U - ■ : D. ' <U■ .■ V" : ; S) I 3 ■ * Y;, c>.. o ■■■ • • -.'.■B -V . G " Condition, Cleanlinei Total. 26 .19 -2qi • 10 0 28 1304 31 18 291-' *•18 9 215 128 i 25 1() ■: 20' ■ 17 ' * 27 12G ; 30 18 29 ir .. 1!) 8 28 . 122* 26 17 ' 20 -■Iffjo..A TillS • p 22...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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COONABARABRAN P. P. BOARD. Usual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

COONABARABRAN P P BOARD. Usual Meeting. ..v l(L\ mooting of the Coonabarabran Pastures Protection Board took place ] ct?>,Saturday,-November: ftth." TIiosc I .^resent wore Messrs G.'.'-Hosking (in J the chair), S. A';vBlackman,• Reuben : Jones, Alfred..Knight,' D. McGregor, I 51. R. Jones, If. Greenhalgh. J. J; i Rnhr,. L. W.i Bucknell (stock' inspe.c • tor), and Mr. G. B. McEwen (see- ' rotary). ■ A letter -was received IVom the stock branch re' declaring wombats noxious animals. : ■ A copy of the ..Government Gazette was. alsoreceived from the Stock branch-containing the annointment of Messrs F. \V. Keepinsr and 0. II. ltat ton us -permit-inspectors. The'*f olio wing further correspond ence was received and considered ■ From Leslie Irvin, Hillside, Gilgan-' dra, asking for portion of T.S.R; near Breelong to'be added to his soldier settlement, block.—Application- refu sed. From A. J. Collison asking board tr> give him lease of that portion of T.S. R. 23328 from portion leased...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FREAK WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

FREAK WHEAT. Mr. George Smith, of^'Wirigcric," •hos'shpwn us a; doublctvhoad pf j Cur row;\ .wheat, which-.grew in life.'crop, coM^inin^ MO-jri'iiinn in each car. The twe?" ears are joined for. ubuut one-. their.'length, and then separate. Iiv'"'inU!iidS'>.<;K-j>ej'iincnUiH!: .with the seed, In l.hi; l)(ip(j o£'.inuUing the. pro lific freuk ,pqrforni to' a lixod type. The experiment -will be: awaited with interest . ' •" i

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 21 November 1929

empire pictures TO-NIGHT" (thurs .) MOTHER By Request we are again screening The Greatest Tribute to Mother Love ever filmed. see it TO-night

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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BURGLARY CHARGE. Three Men Sentenced. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

BURGLARY CHARGE. Three Men Sentenced. At the Binnaway Court of Petty Session?, three men- William Jackson, Jack Williams and George Cusaek, pleaded guilty to two charges, otic of having been found at Binnaway in possession oi"; goods, such us JjooU, clothing, etc., reasonably suspected of having been stolen, and, second .of .having: been found at;the same town in possession of portion of: a-.sheep reasonably suspected of having linen stolen. • . None of -the accused were repre sented ,kiy coundal. (Serjeant Whiteley made a plea,' pointing out •the edtenu^ting- circumstances of their case. , He bftid that -when the accused were arrested it was a.urte evident that they had for a long time been out of work and their clothes were in the Inst stages of deterioration. The po lice had made Inquiries and found Mint for some time the accused had been on a long1 trelc. They hadigone into a housr- at Binnaway to ask: for some food, .'but the residents being ■absent at the time they had helped ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

DON'T NEGLECT A COMMON CAGE OF. P-ILGS. IT MAY LEAD TO S££RlOU3 RE SULTS. When people generally und rslAnd that nil such fntri! diseases »s Fistula, Ulcer of the ltoctum, Fissure. etc., almost invariably bes'in in n sminl. case of Piles, tiiey ivill learn the wis (lorn of tr.klug prompt treatment tor ' the first appearance of this trouble. Doan's .Olntrac-nl is unequalled for every form of piles— bleeding, {toil ing, protruding, and blind piles—and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap but effective remedy right at. the start, because at such times a single pot liaa often effected a cure, while in the old, deep-seated, chronic cases several pots are some times accessary- Here is ft case:— Mrs,- M. Brovm, "Toronto," Lyon's Road, Five Dock, Sydney, says: "Three ysara sgo 1 used Doan's Oint ment for n bsd attack of piles, and I am pleased to tell you it completely cured me. Previous to trying this Ointment I used all kiud:> of reme dies, but they gave me little or no...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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A NIGHT OUT AT HILLSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

A NIGHT OUT AT HtLLSlOE. • SpeciaKcfforts -are. being made tr>< give th« ladies a night-ont 'onv L>e comber 4, at tho Il.'Jlside Hall, when a dauco will bo hold undor lhcv aus pices of the Hillside i!'. and S. Asso ciation'.''.-On .this-ocssaion ladies w 1 be admitted free,"' so -there.; is sure, io be a Bis:..attendance.' Ice- cream -nnd cool'drinks will be obtainable at the hall, and the music will be supplied by. Ileaney.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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INFANTS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

' INFANTS DEATH. Although admitted to hospital ear ly on- Monday morning Mr. and..Mrs. G.: Hughes' daughter, Sliiela, passed away that afternoon. To the unfortu nate parents -we extend our sincore sympathy. » ' * * * GJLGANDRA FLOUR MILLS. 'Wheat is pouring . into McLeod Ltd'?. Castlereagh flour mill, which is working full time. Up to the present in the vic:'nity of 12,000 bags of this .season's-wheat has been received by. thein and the manager (Mr. Wark) (jxppcts. to receive between 50,000 and 60,000 bags''before the season doses. - * :J: if ft' CRUSHED FOOT. • Mr. Goo. Earsma'n crushed one of his feet at Nelson's sawmills yester day. owing tt- it being caught be tween two logs Fortunately the inju res are not serious, and the sufferer ia being treated at his home. * * % - » APPENDICITIS OPERATIONS. ' The following patients were opera ted on for acuto appendicitis, and are mak'ng favorable progress towards recovery:—Mr. W." J. Pb-lliponi,:aged TO, Hoybean, in the Gilgandra District...

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SPARK PLUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

SPARK PLUGS. If an engine is giving uneven re sults or is missing badly, the owner almost invariably attributes tho troubles to the plugs and takes the.m out fov inspection. Th.s -inspection, howevor, generally does not go much farther than the points of the plugs which, as a general rule, are not re sponsible for tho troubles. It is not often that the points of.the plug be come 50 far contaminated " with car bon to completely close up, thereby short ;circiiitirssr plug and causing it to become dead. : The most'common cause of short circuit in a spark plug is throagli tho electrode becoming covered with carbon, and becoming short circu tea by this with the iron Jacket of the ping:..' Whan you take tho'. plugs out, completely scrape them inside and os av down as can be reached with a pointed scraper, such "as a tw'ne nee dle." When the plug has been com pletely cleaned, pour some petrol in ;ide it and burn it out. The points hould be set tp an approximate di - fence of 1-S2nd of an i...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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FIRE INQUIRY. Open Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

FIRE INQUIRY. Open Verdict. ■ 31 r.: Adams.'• P.M., held an inquiry t at the Gilgandra Court House on Tuesday; Into, the burning, of a res[ i fioiic»; in Lower Millar street, Gilgan clra, on November K. t;;o property of Mrs. Violey King, and returned an open verdict. A fire ^assessor -was present to watch Hie "'interests of the insurance cnn.pfcny with whom the building iv;.s insured, whilst Mr. II. Beve:'idge appeared on behalf of Mrs. King. Sergeant Campbell stated that he iaw Mrs.,Kinir after the fire and she sn'd she was in the kitchen when the alarm was given. In her opinion it. ircas cnused by# spark blowing from i tl:<; kitchen into tho bedroom. The bui'd'ng was a thrso roomed weath- j I cTboard cottage with kitchen and tool; l-VBciii attached. At one end of one I'ol'.'thfi rooms a bathroom ,was peti tioned off..' ■■■'■*_■'■ „ , ' . Violet King, wife of .Waltev Cert vfiijt King, Elated that she, was the: ■owr wf ••••the premis«s destroyed.., Her husband was a carpe...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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LUCKY WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

LUCKY WINNERS. To give the kicky winners .1 chancre :• recoivc £10G0'diamond ncck .r.cu. und to laiu'dcUvory of the Hud son and Essex sedan cars before Xinos, the dvaw-'jiff. of .the Deaf and Blind lCiddies1 Art Union v.-iil take phico in tha Sydiiav Tb'.v. "Jail at u'ulock'on Docimotv i... pr.z winners w 11 bo notified byw're, and tho prizes handed ovor early on tl following; Monday. The w'nner of sarh car will bo handed 1000 gallons of Union motor spirit. This wiil al low ; tho cars to travel about 20,000 niilop .free of this expense. The care fully selected prize list Includes a beautiful trousseau costing '.£200, which comprises some of the m.jst fccaut'ful frockfv garments and linge rie ever seen in Sydney. Furniture v.-ort'h £1.00, a tool chest worth £50, Jewellery, cutlery and linen complete tho prize list. Tickets nn the art union are only 1/ each. G've your self a chance. Write for a lucky tic ket io-day. Send n postal note for. and a stamped addressed e:ivp>r - tho * ho...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

AUCTION SALE. Messrs A. Tcwiiseivj"and Son and Tib bits and Son advertise an auction talc, to be held on December 7, on account of J.: \V. Tibbits, when they ■will-offer his house and laud. ' • * ■ . ' * ♦ OPENING OF A.B.C. CArE. Already a number of 'tables have been frooked for the' Official opening of the A.B.C. Cafe, which'will take place on Saturday at 1 p.m., and b£ performed by the Shire President. A . full course dinner vrill be available at the email cost of 3/, and as-the ■whole of the takings on that d*iy go towards the Gilgandra District Hos-, pital a full attendance is sure to reV suit. * ■ * * A AUDREY LEWIS' SUCCESSES. Gilgandra has reason to be proud ■ of the College successes of Audrey • Lewis,: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lewis. This talented girl of 12' years,-during 1929, her first year at' St. Joseph's College, Ferthville, has creditably passed the following exa minations:—-Conservatoriuza of 'Mu sic: Piano, Grade III.. 75 marks (cre dit) . Elocution, Grade II...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

'Ji* ndurance permits Sustained Driving under full Power CONTINUOUS driving hour after hour was proved 4 to bo an accomplishment of the New Fortl ear long before. it was first presented to the public. Snch oililuranee is attained by a powerful, low-speed 'motor, perfectly lubricated and perfectly cooled. '! hat is why unvarjiug e.\cellence of perfon.na«ace ia maintained .mile ai'ler mile. Cha< sis nud body have likewise been built to meet litii lest of endurance. V ^ h note the fads about the iS'mc Ford Car. < )Pe icilt be happy ' to demonstrate. & JA ft . V\). - <wv I^OCAL DEALERS. G1LGANDRA MOTOR GARAGE CO. iDALEIGH HOSPITAL GILGANDRA. . •Has been Ihoijoaghly renovated and is under entirely new management.. Medical, Siirgfical ana Obstetric cases' receiy&L Ah efficient nurse always on night: duty. TERMS ON APPLICATION. SISTER TOWNSEND. _ ~V ' YOUR XMA3 CORDIALS. Now is the time to order your Cord'als for Xmas. Get the be*t by orderi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

MILLER & JAMES Auctioneers, Land and Slock Sales men* Stock, Trucking, and General Commission Agonla. Head Offices: Miller Street, Gilgandra TEMORA (N.S.W.), WARRACKNA BEAL (Vic.) Agents for: Cooper's F»nious;'Dip, The Patriotic Asauranco Co.. Ltd. Loans negotiated on Freehold anti Leasehold security at Latest Rates of Interest. i A, (W*i9iU Builder and Contractor GILGANDRA For Modern Bungalow and all Classes of Buildings., D. A. MacLEAN AUCTIONEER Live Stock, Trucking and General Commission Agen'. MILLER ST., GILGANDRA. Agent for Royal Insurance Co. CHRISTIE BROS Auctioneers, Stock, Statior and General Commission Agents. Agents South British Insurance Co Fire Insrunnc'e, Marine, Live . Stock, Wool. THE SOUTH BRITISH Has been established in ' New South Wales for over 50 years, arid is well cnown to the insuring public for its liberal policy: conditions, moderate premiums^uid' promptitude in Settle nent of.Claims.' Tel.: Office 33, Residence 104. . Miller St., Gilgandra, S. M...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HOLDING ON. FARMER HAS 15,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT IN SILOS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

HOLDING ON. FARMER HAS 15,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT IN SILOS. Still holding 5000 bags of wheat some of:it.nearly two?years old, but most of it last year's crop—is Mr. E. S. Twigg, of Mayfield,Gowa. Just now ho is after the scalpa. of Minister Thorby and the numbers of the Silos Board over the queer me thod of computing charges for stor age of grain in the silos. The Board will store grain from December till the end of the follow ing July for Id a bushel, but after j that jiate the charge increases to id per bushel per month. The increased ; charge is now what Mr. Twigg has to pay. . Yet if he sells his grain now at the market price, and buys forward nt the same price-he will be allowed to store that grain at the l-educed charge and so save many pence per bushel if he holds till, next July. The only person who will benefit by the board's rule will be-the broker who makes th sales. -The man .who. holds wheat is not an enemy to society, declares ■Mr. Twigg, in fact he is just the op posite....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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HOSPITAL FINANCE All to Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

— 1_. ! • HOSPITAL FINANCE I All to Pay. . • An important proposal i'cv tal fnianeo wn-5 outlined by th. y sit maiM>]MIo;.i?':nIs Commission jt t-a;: mh Ho.spitai last week, hi so'na country hospitals, he ■■said, I mainly in the industrial districts, a system 01 weekly contributions ol" Cci a week from all the res dents in the district*had been Instituted, and had worked very well. lit; proposed thttt.thu; system, it' it l»et- with 'general approval should be applied to all hospitals, country and' ;ui*a-opolitan. .;. .■:.■■■ Every person would be asked to pay O'd a week to the institutions, and ; ■ivould receive the value of tli.il amount if he became a patient. Fov :nstance, if the basin rate of chaise for an ordinary patient in the public wa"d of a hospital were .£2/2/, and :i person who had contributed Gd a week entered tlis hospital, he would not-; have to pay any more: If he -vvere of/ the intermediate class, for whom the fee was £3/10/, or thereabouts, he would be ir:ven cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

gets the game! There's no better shell than Xpert for all - round ■ ■ ilioolini;. 5moI:c I ijmj less—fast — de ''' peiidablo—accu rate, Xpert sets the standard for low-priced excel lence. It's ideal for all shooting that does not call for tJic long ranRc load — Super X. A trial on 3"our next trip It^k; wrfti'lo! ' W'M InM,ko y°n " NOYiiS B OS. re®wIap uscr" ' L"^P" Your dealer ■".115 Clarence St.. v . "Sydney. S0»3 Xpert. 'jf. World" •* Ch;impion Ammunition . H, AUSTIN Builder, Contractor and Renovator. Who has completed the structural alterations'and renovations of the Im DGi'ial Hotel, Gilgandra, is available for other contracts, and also is pre pared to supply Plans and Estimates. Address: Tattersall's Hotel GILGANDRA. Phono 38. DUBBO SPORTS DEPOT. TALBRAGAR ST., . DUBBO. Phone G30. Cricket Material A Large Stock of Bais, Balls, Mats, etc., on hand at City Prices. Tennis .-Re-Stringing - and Repairs a Speciality. All work guaranteed 3 '* months. Same-day service. Golfing Requisit...

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AGAINST A BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 28 November 1929

AGAINST A BUTCHER. A remiu'kal^G and unusual charge was made against Albert V. Wind red, butcher, in the Orange Court, lie was olinrgjed with allowing a dead beast to be taken into his slaugh ter house. This is-an indictable of fence, punis(hable only with impri sonmeot. Sergeant Love said that ho and Inspector Wailsli, of the Canoblas Shire Council went into the hanging room ol' the slaughter yards, and there saw the dressed hindquarters of a cow. The veins were full of blood, and the meat was dark in co lor. N!ne ca^cteses of sheep were hanging nearby, four of them touch ing the hindquarters of the cow. In the hide shed they saw the hide of a roan beast almost black in color in side. ■ Subsequently, the sergeant went on. tncy met Wildred on the road. Walsh asked how long the cow had been dead. Wildred repliod that it had been dead about two hours', but was not-stiff. He also said, the ser eoant alleged, that he would not be frightened to eat the beef of the cow h;niselfr and remar...

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