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EUMUNGERIE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
EUMUNGERIE NEWS :v^:Mr;v-.Jv.;Alderton is visiting the: city Mrs. v H. - Smith has returned: to. Mirroul-after an cnjoyable^holiday; ■' Mrs. E. McMillan has quite ro coyei-ed from her recent.se-ious fall.• • Mrs; E; Coleman is back home fter ashort holiday at; Armatree:;i Mr; 'Dawes has purchased a' Mk ' lirmack-Deering tractor; - It wasvtle •'d last week, ' nds cf Mrs. Jack Wheaton iv'.l. ; pleased to hear that she vis rapidly; onvalescing. Mr. G. iBell;s?rehirning?to? Scol 'stul on furlough . ; Rumor hath.it that Geo. is , join'ng: the ^Benedicts whiles '•"'V. Localites .wish him luck. "~y n'. loca".ites visited Dubbo-for. ! i-n'hvny; picnic on Monday last.; i "'■h- ■•■Stivers, of Warren, intends °i-n:ng.\up'-a pic'urc theatre in, the osM h?lh: accompanied, bv: radio •"•'sfo.-. Pictures, vvi'l bo exhibited oa' ;'e,-nate Saturdays. WELCOME.HOME' In. the local hall on Friday of last .week, a we'come home was tendered 'o Mr. and Mrs". J. Palman aft.r ilhoir honeymoon. Jack has always...
GULARGAMBONE GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
GULARGAMBONE GOLF CLUB A general meeting of the above club : was held on 24th February, there be ing a large attendance. Apologies were'received from Mes srs. J. Makies J. Peacock and W. Peacock. The annual report and financial statement were read and adopted. The election of officers resulted: . Patron—Mr. N.J. Taylor L President—Mr. N0. Kingsley. A vote of thanks was passed to retiring President Dr. Mitchell, for .excellent work done during last sea son. Secretary—Mr. D. B. Hunger food"/ Treasurer—Mr. A, W. Bolgo! Vice-Presidents—-Messrs. A. W., Bolger, Mm. R. McAuley and J. .Kinshall. " , Genei'jil ComVnittee—Messrs M. •Hitchen, J-. vSkewes, E. R. Gin'y, J. Makie, W. Peacock, J. Peacock, 7't McDonald, H. E.. Kater, Mc pherson, R. N. McGi!l, D. Press, A. J. Skinner, J. Hodgson and F. F •Donohue. - Greens Committee—President, Pec rotary and - Mr. J . McDonald. Ha'ndicap, Selection and Fixture Committee—Messrs J. McDonald, E.: R.-Ginty and A. W. Bolger . . - Auditors.(Hon.) —Messrs....
Reduction Sought [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
- Reduction Sought | The .Pai'riicrs, and wSottlers,V.A3So: I ciation intends to make. an. ciroi'L to have ta 50 pev cent, veduetio,, mudu in; sli"i*o : rates, s which' :havc. liVcrenscU. Cronvloss than half amillion-in-j 10,10)-■* to nearly a million and a haIC„in'Uie pre.ont year. * The extra one mill/on pounds, the larmerswe.laim,"is'out,-.of_ all qii'opoi't:on .toi Iheir/ shavc,,of f I'oud use. /
I.O.O.F. FOOTBALL MEETING Officers Elected [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
I.Q.O.F. FOOTBALL MEETING Officers Elected 'Gilgandra will have at least two football, teams this season, for at a jmeeti'ng ;of : members: o,f the local branch of the I.O.O;F., held in the Lodge Hall on Monday night, it was unanimously decided to form a lodge football club for the coming season. - Tlhere -was a large attendance of members and' a strong list of officers have been selected. It is also pro posed to light the ground at the back of the hall with electric-lights for: training purposes, and this : wiil 'be used in conjunction with the liall. ; t The election of' officers resulted:— ^Patron: Mr. Jim Collison. President: Mr.~"W. Noonan. Vice-Presidents- Messrs M. Mor ris, H. .-.McKechnie, Gl: -McKellar, T.. Mavkey./F.: Brooks,: A; II. Ross, P;iy- • ten, Ted Holland,. A. Fechner, .T-. •Gnm.eron, I. EJ.-" Co^lisoii, A. E. Weaver and Dr. 'Peet. Selection. Committee: Messrs. D. O'Neill, R. Marchant and C. Ileiie.'. Working Committee: Messrs. I'. Paul, J. Collison, E. Mudie; C. ...
BATTLING AGAINST HEAVY ODDS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
BATTLING AGAINST HEAVY ODDS "Members of" the Federal Labor Government, who, handicapped by a bad financial heritage from the.pre vious.' 'Government,.'.- - are. -.battling against . very heavy odds at - presenv derive satisfaction from the -know ledge that the great; majority -of- the '..people' are extending to them - a sym pathetic understanding and are show ing a sincere desire to co-operate lor (,!■&lt;! general good," it is stated 'i/':a bulletin, issued 'by the;- Federal "Par liamentary Labor Party. .■"■■■.;: : : . ''This is in marked-coil',vaf.t to the (latitude o fa.few'disgruntled anc! die. appointed political opponents who ac eause - the electors rejected them in :October last, are now indulging in: a ■ campaign of petty spite- agaiust the'r , successors." :"Tihe mis-statemcri^s: |\vhich Ihtiy . have circulated are accepted at their face value- 'by uniformed" .persons abroad. Having added to the conn- . .try's troubles, .-these-' same - men are now: rubbing their h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
jp '■;.■• •■ :.-. ^rg!tLam>&lt; MR BUSINESS MAN DOES IT NOT OCCUR TO VOU THAT YOU ARE READING THIS NOTICE, AND THAT IF IT WERE YOUR ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENT OTHERS WOULD BE READING IT ALSO ? . Advertising Gets the Trade. The Progressive Trader . ' is the Consistent Advertiser. WHEN YOU BUY ADVERTISING SPACE in a Newspaper which is esteemed for .its service and read for its quality—you readers in your product. bay , *»e confidence of its • ADVERTISING COVERAGE GILGAgDKA TO THE QUEENSLAND BORDER. (The Pick of the West and the North-West.) AT A 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. A Discount of 25 per cent is allowed for contracts in four papers. If only two papers are required 10 per cent reduction will be allowed. CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS—Which offer a coverage of 40,000" sqnare miles. THE FOUR NEWSPAPERS ARE CAMPBELL'S NEWSPAPERS GILGANDRA "WEEKLY"— J'uftlish ed every Thursday afternoon. 1'hfc Gilgandra "Castlereagh" aml.iVl^n dooran "News" are issued with "The Weekly," so that advertiser...
USE MORE WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
USE MORE WOOL ' Country interests are coming'.in solidly behind the "Use Move Wool" exhibition which will be held at -.David. (Jones, Ltd., Sydney, on April 7 to IT. Active- support is-- forthcoming, for example, 'from the Graziers, Shc&p 'Breeders and Farmers and Settloifs'. Associations," and: the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers. Country interests may also note that the resolution to^ hold' the exhibition was moved by JVtr, James Ividd, President of- the Producers Associations' Central Covin cil. Although as the President of toe Graziers' Association says, ''wo .are all in the same wool.boat," mean-, ing- that all our jobs and- businesses are related more or less to wool, , it is the country people who are-most concerned, and therefore it is fittini; that they should help in every pos sible way to make the exhibition a" City folk, such as-the advertir.ini; service ■ agents, city women's organi stations'and manufacturers; of course are wholeheartedly cooperating.. ' In this, ex...
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
ITEMS OFJNTEREST:';' After a-res:dence in Orange of 44 years,. 20 years • of which had" be -n spent in the same house in Prince street, Mr. Charles Watts, serir., passed away peacefully at his home. Deceased suffered a stoke about 9 years ago, and ;was ■ since practically an invalid. A-nigger went up for a": ride in a; arooplanc. When he came down-he said to the .pilot; "Tank: you for dem two rides, guv'nor.'; ■/ . "Two rides?" said ' the aviator, "You've only had one." ' "No,, massa," said the' nigger, ''two.■.-■jMa first and ma last," - pines and' costs totalling £18/14/ were imposed at the Coonamble Policc Court Coonamble, on Wednesday jf or breaches of the Motor Traffic Acc. Sergeant llyan is determined l.o keep 'motorists up to the mark. No less than eleven charges were pre ferred against motorists at the Police Court on Wednesday for breaches of :he Motor Traffic Act. Entries are reported to be coming in freely for the Baradine-Showito be held on 12th March. . • Humored in tow...
Armatree v. Colts Folowing are the scores registered in the above match, played at Gilgandra on Sunday last:- ARMATREE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
- Armatree v. Colts . Fo!o\vmg are the scores registered m^tho above match,, played at' Gil-' t?nndra 011 ■ Sunday last:— , > ARMATREE - ' ' W-. Twigg, c Whitton, b J. Ferry. 13 J. Connelly, b Whitton ,v 42 C. Twigg, c J, Marchanfc; b H. , Williams • ■46 A. Maclten, !bw, b Whitton 55'J N. Law, b Whitton V W. Mitchell, c D. Ryan, bW'hitton 0 ■J . 'Hodgson, b H. Will'ams - 2 W.-Gillctt.- b H. Wil'iams ' 9 ■T." Cobcvoft, b H. Williams •. t •H. Twigg, b Whitton - 3 A. Peart, not out 3 •• Sundries 20" ' -Total • ■ 104 ' ' GILGANDRA- COLTS . ; [•r. - Wiliams, c C. Twigg, b W. Gillott '70 P. Reynolds, b J. Connolly 13 L. Ma'tchett, b Ji' Connelly 4 I)'. Wlvtton, lbw, b W. Gillct 12 I). Ryan., c C. Twigg, b Gillelt 8 J. Williams, c Macken, b Hodgson 22 J . Marchant, c Twigg, b Hodgson 15 G.'Dowling, b Gi'lctfc 16 T. Hyan, lbw, b Gillctt ' • 4 J. Ferry, - not out • -7 A. Ilobbs, b Gillctt "'Sundries ■ ' .0 13' Total . 190
A WARNING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
A WARNING To:, the person vwho has taken: the law into h;s own hands, by entering, my Deep Crook (freeholdproperty): with a mattock and sunk many .and; Iargejioles with it, such as the above trespasser.; / or ofohenvise damaging 'either Deep. Creek or Oakwood pro perties,' will 'be prosecuted ■without respect "to person. . ■ . (Signed): E. H. SCHOLZ, 4/3/1930.
Advertising, the District [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
^Advertising, the District ' In order to set up a reflex of the wealth of the primary and secondary uvdiistries Qtf Du.l>bo, Ter&lt;|anuinga ininerf branch of the Agricultural Bureau has resolved to assist wi.h a ■■big '' combined district exhibit, to be shownsin- non-competitivc classes at the'next show.' It is a'so suggested that steps should be taken at appro pr'iite seasons of the year to find space in leading shop windows of the city .for tlio display of samples of the' wealth of the district. Another sug gestion* is for official visits by one western town to another, and Coor. an?b.'e people are arranging to vis't on Anzac Day. The aim is to bring by special train to Dubbo the com bined sporting bodies of Coonamble, members of the Friendly Societies and other public bod!es and bands. The visitors will be entertained by the council and afforded a thorough inspection of the district, and at night the massed bands will lead commu- j nity sing-'ng.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
PERSONAL After a prolonged 'Holiday, spent in New Zealand, Mrs.'C. Oraigiehas returned to Gulfirgambone. Mr", and Mrs. P .S. Hawkins ate receiving / ong,ictulations -in; che birth of a son. Her many 'friend*, will regret to:• hear ;thafcvshe is•an in mate of the hospital,'where she was operated on for appendicitis on Sun day af;ernoon. At the time of writ ing her condition' is causing jravu conccrn. H;s many friends will: be,pleased .to • hoa?.*that' Mr .- Herb Noonan'has re covered- sufficiently ■■.■to" enable- .him to leave hospital; where he has been an 'nmpte for some time. Mr.■ T.: Clarke, of Albury spent a few days in Gulargambone this-weck. Passengers "by Saturdays train to Sydney were- M''s. R. P Mitchell and Mrs. E. R. Buttenshaw. . Mr. R. Firth, of the, local-; Tost Office,;has been notified' of his trans fer, to Yass-; ' By.'a coincidence Mr. Buttenshaw. late of Gulargambone, branch of the Bank of New South Wales has only recently been trans ferred ■ ^here. - The departme...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
CRICKET &lt; On Sunday last the local rirst gratfe crs made :he trip to Coonamble to play ; a return match against the Wanderers second eleven, but were defeated by 55 runs on the first in nings. . Batting first Gular could only muster 59, the.only ones to reach double- figures were H .' Lewis (15) and Frazer. (12). The hpme teams fielding was par exjeilenoe an l this has no mean effect on Mar's effort. Coonambles' first inning.-! yielded 114, Warne top scoring with 40. Ii. Lewis 4-31 and Sutton 5-26 were on the wicket and both bowled very good. Gular gave 'h liome team a leather hunting in their ond attempt and knocked tor . 202, Sutton top scoring with 80. H Lewis Jnr. (37) and H. Lewis Sni. (29) were next best. Detailed scores are:— COONAMBLE FIRST INNINGS C-illiganTb H. Lewis • '16-. Moores, b H. Lewis 13' Warne, c H. Lewis, b Sutton 40 A.shford, b R. Lewis ' • Hume, b H. Lewis - . .. " Evans, b, H. Lewis, ^ C.'ow, b Sutton &lt;> Firth, b Sutton A 11 Harris, c...
A Visitor [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
A Visitor Hagjger, Home Mis sionary-Organiser of the Churches of •Christ in New South Wales, is -on^ a vis't to this district. He will preach" tomorrow evening in the chapel in Warren Road, and on Sunday after noon at Balladoran,..and in the even ing- at Gilgandra. Mr. Hagger says; ■thftt-i'the--work of the ' Churches of-., phrist in this State is advancing yap •°dly, as it is ,in most other places, and thisi ho thinks, is due to the fact I that vthes'e churches are very loyal! to the great evangelecal truths of Christianity,'-' that they, preach a"de- ! finite way:of salvation,- that tliey are peeking to - re-produce the 'simple;-re ligion -wh"'ch Christ gave to the'worM, and that they are' pleading for :he - uiiity 'of all: Christians'byraii'ehuin to; the Christianity "of the beginning." Mr. A. Ross Lloyd, a graduate of tlie. College ■ of-the -Bib.'c -atsGleniUr's,; .-Victoria,has recently -beenvappoiiited ns preacher to the.Ghurches/of- CluMst in this district:;.. He-is-a-yo^ngKi...
Crystal Palace Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
Crystal Palace Pictures Special attention is drawn to Sat-' urdayvs night's * program ■■ featuring Karl.. Dane and Geo K. Arthur in '"'China Bound". A number of our friends? who 'have' seen th:s picture • assure-us .that it: is' the - team's' abso-.l lute best and that there is a laugh in every foot of film. To manage ment- have ^pleasure umvannouncing ' that-lhey"have been abJe to make, airangements with Messrs. Iloyc's ■Ltd. 4 for their'talkie truck to visit Grlgandra :;afc- regular-:;intervals' and toscreen-;up*. to the •minute- pictures Such as the, '"Cock. Eyed World," "Through Different-'Eyes,'1 ''The Black Watch", ..etc, "The . Black >WatchV^-VA-'-will-/v«'be-'' screened on", the,7th&lt; April,"-with"!.a change of -pro? ghmi on the 8"th. . Watch out for further anno'u'ncements.. - I
EOURBAH AMATEUR TURF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
EOURBAH AMATEUR TURF CLUB A committee meeting of the."Bour bnh Amateur' Turf Club was held on • Wednesday last, j 5 h March, to con-" -ider the adv'sa.bi'ity of holding tim , proposed fneeithig in AftMl • ' Only " five horses were paddocked at Avoca and it is considered highly improbable' that, the meeting - will have to bo abandoned . A report of the meet-:" ing will be given next issue. . •
Then And Now [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
Then And Now X Speaking to apressmarr a few Jays ngo, a Coonamble woolgrower unbur .dcnod 1 himself"This- year I \v'!l |'just be able to keep my head above, j water. ,,After' paying' for sheavinc:, niy 40 bales of wool return.me,-loss ■Ilia,, £300. By the time I pay o: dinary,: working expenses, taxesj etc;-, 11 .-have jjio: money left to eo.lo •Jic :races • or picture shows. It is a ease of putting, my head down-, this, ■year, and making;lO'bs. of wool grow ;whcr« previously 8lbs, grew.'■-They ,'tr.lk about -the time when our fathers ?ol only Od per lb. for their wool. But - it must not be forgotten - tliafc ' :hosc were the days when there.■-•.v.'.'j.'h ■ .'•!nw 'rxes, wages. were.-less tluin half •what- they are to-day, and the cost of "iving was a mere flea-bite Looking :ovqlv my.:dad's - papers: of 30 years back I find he spent only £172 the whole year—for wages, living costs, • taxes etc.r To.day, on the same p1' ''pcrty. my wages billy upkeep, taxes, ots., runs inV £730. I'd ...
GULAR GLEANINGS P. AND A. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 March 1930
GULAR GLEANINGS P. AND A. MEETING On Saturday afternoon next the P. and A. Show Society committee w'll ho'd their first meeting. Keen nterest js being displayed, and all arc av/iiting >the eomnufctce's clis cussion re the holding of the annual show. Many are of the opinion • that a first day show with a monster ' =por's carnival for the . second day,: would appeal. It is expected that a large ■attendance^ of commiUuc- - m en will be present.;