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LETTERS FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

Writing :'to bis mother, from the . .Zeatori Gamp, Egypt,■' under date November 4, Private Hughie Tup - per says Just.." a iew lines to let yon.know how I am. It is; ve\y hot here in the day time, and very cold , at night. In fact the weather is so "variable that, I am• expecting to go down at any time with my old. com plaint. The last time I wrote I told you X expected to be leaving for the front on the , following Tuesday, but now I hear iwe are not to be sent on active service until March, as the weather is too severe for the Austra lians to stand. We went out on a twenty mile route march this morn ing, and I am now so tired, that I can scarcely walk. I was talking to Roy Marchant -last night. He has been over here a ; wreek, but is sick of the place already. I also met Jack Cox and Bert Rowley. Roy Marchant told me lie was talking to father ' "when at home. Cairo is a funjiy place. You. can sit down in the street, have a drink, watch the pic tures, and girls dancing and singing....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

• NQtiking more deligKtful coval'dt be . 'p^rclease e! for y©tir Jb.om©» It; would g£ive; eiad less pleas ure to, every member of tKe family'. ■ Write aii'd let tas'seiadL' yotiXuIl particulars, or C£ill irk and hear tlnefli; .,; We:v;sell: ;:o:n Eftsy ■ Terais;;*/ ; ; 338 George' St. 1 a v il'ra it- .SYDNEY L'. NEWCASTLE,.S;JJSM0RE^ / ll, .- '^K^faraEsassoKH? ,J ™4\W£ At the-;''present v-'-tirne^-^ybiir.- ' .Qhoipe^.ofna.real 'Motor .Oslt is ' limitedto a„ few Cars, 'of which this stately^, new 1916 Model ''Oakland' „ is the - acknowledged leader. It is the most exclusively distinctive" : Car obtainable to-day. It is more European in its design, construction and appearance than any other. 'fe It has that bo^trshaped, torpedo body; with luxurious low-set seats and deep 'upholstery usually found only on the dearest Cars. It, has thai small-bore-long-stroke ':'m type of high-speed engine, with tremendous power and wonder ful flexibility. i, . . . ; It has quality all through, and it 8...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

WOO L TRADE TO WOOL GROWERS in New South Wales and Queensland from JOHN BRIDGE & CO. LTD*-. Ladies and Gentlemen, As thoughtful business men, whose '' connection with the wool trade dates back nearly half a century, we cannot be ignorant of the difficulties which Ever-increasing Taxation ;and cost of labor are creating for the wool grower, and the serious inroads they are making upon his earnings. The business of selling wool has similarly had to face increased cost of labor and material, taxation, ^ and. other charges; nor is there any indi- , ■ cation that the limit has yet been | reached. The extreme prices ruling at the j present time for wool, p.nd other primary products, have helped the • primary producer to tide over his troubles for the present. 1 hey have . also postponed the necessity for an ; Brccrea.se in SoIEing Char^esj • or effecting drastic economies in the cost of marketing raw products. We - cannot reasonably expect that abnor , mally high prices will conti...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above Association was held in the Masonic Hall on ..Saturday afternoon last. The President (Mr. Stanly) occu pied the chair, and there -were also present the abovementioned. NOMINATION; OF OFFICERS, , Mr. Rankin proposed Mr. R. Stan ley as president, but that geutleman declined to act. He said iu was with great cegreb that he - had fco- delihe nomination. — Mr. Burrell was then nominated to the position, but refused to accept it. Messrs- Rolls, ,McClure, ami,, Craig also declined to accept nomina tion. Finally Mr. McAlistfi was nominated and accepted the position, and returned thanks iu a bri<e£ but appropriate speech. ;; ' , The following gentlemen were elected as vice-presidents, viz.:-—-, Messrs. Barrel!, Stanley.. Rankin, Garling.and Priddle. -The following committee were nominated:—Messrs. H. Scockings,^ W. C. Rolls, \V. Barrel!, W. Hick-' man, G. Rankin, F. W. McKenzief; R; Stanley, R.'M Diggs, D..X. Bon niugtonj K McAligfee...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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BIGAMY CASE. SOME EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

SOME EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE. There was more than the usual at tendance at the Orange court re cently when Margaret Mary West, -13, vvas charged with bigamy. The case for the police (conducted by Sergeant Byrne), was that the ac cused married Win. West at Swal low's Nest, on June 5, 1S90, and that on January 18, 1915, .she went through the fcrm of marriage with Samuel Frederick Campbell, at Wel lington, West being then still alive. Remarkable features about the case were that West, a feeble man, could not identify the woman before the court as his wife. He could not swear to the year of his marriage, nor did he know the name of the"~ of ficiating clergyman. A child was bora of the marriage, and he thought "it" was a boy, but be could uot re member what name was given it, Mr. M. A. C«sey appeared for the defence. | Constable Perkins deposed that on ! May 25 last he interviewed the de ! fendant in EaBt Orange in reference {to the discharge of her gon from [ State control. She said she ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GILGANDRA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee bf the ■above • Association -was held in the Masonic He 11 on Saturday afternoon. Th'e. .TP-resident'(Mr.; Stanley) .occa " the' chair, and th ere were also .. pre sent:-— Messrs. W. Burrell, H. Stock--, P. Wheailey, K. Mc^Uister, H. McClure, W^ L. Creenaune, A. P. Rayner, G. Rankin,G. Wheatley, W. Craig, • Robinson, P. Cassidy, J. Knanerhase, Alderman, J. Roach, A. Richards. :^Mr.:\C'reeHariiie considered that the excellent services of the secretary should be recognised. He moved that the secretary be voted an honor , arinm of £5. ■ The secretary declined to ^accept any bonus whatever, and asked that any amount the committeee might '; feel disposed to vote him be donated to a patriotic fund. An account of 30s was passed for the removal of outhouses on the show ground. ANNUAL REPORT. To the Members,—Your commit tee beg to report as follows-/—The * - asm-rial show Was held on the 2-oth and 2&ih. August, 1915, and -^as a success, b...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

Wheat. ; To Famer& Louis Dreyfus &,€oy, recovers tor .tne giavern merit, inclydlng 4s 6@¥@rameiit SilTt BROS. Phone 15 Teams unloaded by Pearc«? Hearne Wheat. Wheat. M. McLeod & Co. Are Receiving Wheat as GoireFiimeiit Agents At Gilgandra (mills or any Siding convenient to Farmer Receiving Agents for Government Guaranteed Wheat from New Land General Carrying Business A. ORGAN Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that he has commence business in Gilgandra as GENERAL All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. Furniture and General Merchandise removed to any locality. JSL Tpial Solicited. To Graziers. Heavy Conditioned Earthy, Dusty Wools, are very difficult to sell, whilst attrac tive lines of SGOUREDS arc in keen demand and sold up to 29£d per lb at the late Brisbane sales. Make the most of your clip that has been damaged by drought by having it scoured by P. Butterworth & Co. - The Dubbo Wool Scouring" W...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

CRYSTAL PICTURE PALACE! WILL BE OPENED THE, EXACT SATE WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER. The "Crystal Picture Palace," designed from a magnificent plan, is nearing completion, and will be ready for occupation in a few weeks. Situated in the centre of Miller St., it is right in the busiest part of the town. The building is speci ally designed for an up-to-date Picture [Theatre* and no ex pense is being saved to give the public the best, not only in the building appointments, but in the quality of the shows to be produced. 8 The Finest Plsun/fc that money can buy has been secured. ami B see <( J9 The Theatre will he most brilliantly lighted throughout, a powerful electric plant being in stalled. In the main hall a 4OO0rcandle~power light will be used; in addition, electric motor driven fans, and 582 lights on front arch of parapet which will illuminate the whole street.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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SERVING AT THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

The following is a list of those who have gone on active service. Anyone knowing of others not on this list would greatly oblige us if they would send any names that are omitted, as only by this means can a complete list be compiled : vV. Alston R. Aldritt J. Aldritt S. Attwood Charles Baker W. J. Baker B. Baxter John Berry Andrew Berry Thos Berry S. Bennett H. Baxter Leslie Baen V. Bogie F. Brooks P. Byrnes R. Biggs J. Broad Bert. Brown D, Blowes H. Bolder — Bolder F. Bullard H. Buckley C. Beasley F. Brophy M. Buckley V. Meers C. Meers C. Munro, Gular R. Munro, Gular John Macnamara McAnally B. Mott B. Mortimer T. Morrison' S. Mead L. Mill, Gular J. Mill, Gular Walt. McGill, Gtilar J. McGill, Gular W. McGill, Gular S. McDermott W. McNab C- J. Mooney,Gular J. Maher John Morris F. Maynard t Roy Marchant McClure W. Mason W. Mann E. B. Maguire C. Moon Val. Blowes, Gular L. March F. Brophy J. Blenkensopp H.Carroll , A.CiTg'O D. Cheatham C. Cox J. Cox E. Carberry D. Carberry S. Carberry C...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

r Pbools re«open oi>. Monday :X Hn A. ,T. Lance lias been somewhat considerably of 'town properties'. Dwyer—lie of the billiard de lent of Tatt's Hotel—dropped, mrse accidentally, a large weight Fone of his feet, and is now mean, fring about like a wounded soldier. # * Owing no doubt to the number ^Jthat have gone to tbe war, it is ex ceedingly difficult to obtain the ser W, vices of medical men for the country, ie Quite a number of country places are r- without a doctor at present. -A* *y Mr. J. J. O'Brien, of " Innisfai]," who with. his family are spending a ^q.-of months at Mie seaside, has car. The Rev. of e is accompany - cute inarch. at the Royal Mia Reece, the Meth' Gular races rday. , * iddon, and Mr. were married at frch, Bid don, on Wednesday last by |he Rev. Jenkins. '•» il AS ( , Arrangements have been made by the local band with Mr EC. Gibson for a benefit which will take place at au early date. Owing possibly to the shire not rating np to the full limit of 2d, the s...

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THE "COO-EES." WINNING PRAISE IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

THE "GOO-EES." WINNING PRAISE IN CAMP.'' The lying rnmors that Lava been spread—maliciously by eaemy sym pathisers, without a doubt—^concern ing the men that took part in-the Gilgandra route march render it ex pedient that a few definite facts should be published to nail the lies like verihin on a barn door (says a recent issue of the "Farmer and Set tler.") When the Inspector General (Gen eral M'Cay) reviewed the troops in training as Liverpool Gamp the other day he did the job thoroughly, tak ing them battalion by battalion, and company by company, criticising sev eral when the facts called for it, and giving a little carefully measured praise where it was due. When he had seen >E company of the 13th bat talion he complimented the com manding officer on the appearance of his men, and said that they were the steadiest on parade that day. He did not know until later that E com pany was the present regimental name of our old friends, the Coo-ees^ These men from the west had been i...

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WHE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

■w-Hia the orderV^^^H^^fl^Rh that the local mill ^^^H^HHPTts wheat demands ^HjHHP^e fore agents were entitled! to very little grain has goue&nto the railway yard. The mill, wk- believe, is to also receive 15,000 bags from the yard, and that quantity is now being removed. All authorised agents are now issuing certificates, which the banks negotiate.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

^ The damage, by the big fire at ; Bergen, Norway, is estimated at £2,71)0,000 . -■ * * * l\ Edward Smith, a fettler, while- - ; "ding on a tricycle from F ramp ton ^•ootatn anclra was run down by s ' v' v'! goods train and killed. ' speciar^^ ^ ;)i: ;S A The Acting Premier ot Queens land saj's the Government is making investigations in order to ascertain the number of persons of enemy alien birch or sentiment in the public ser vice with the view to taking action. ■ ' =& %r sjfc The Norwegian Government has submitted entitled women to be ap pointed to all the offices of State ex cepting only military, diplomatic,, and clerical posts. Tub Government/ was inclined to include even clerical posts, but the bishops opposed this plan. # *- # Owing, no doubt, to the number; th;it have gone to the war, it is ex ce'eilingly difficult to obtain the ser vices of medical men for country towns. Quite a number of country places are without, a doctor at pre sent % ■. # A record cattle sale ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

s i ■ Hitchen's- Mid-Summer Sale Starts Saturday, Jan, 22nd, and continues for 5 weeks With fully three months of summer still ahead, tills is a .wonderful opporttnlty fo replenish. Our reductions are genuine... Every department will show a-wonderful .saving flere are just a few of the si Mantle Department Jap Crepe Kiminos, sale 3s 6d Tussore Silk Coat and Skirt, sale pricc 12s 9d Silk Blouses, sale price 4s lid, 7s 6d, 8s 14d Menslue Robes.—Just a few only to be cleared at half marked price , The whole of our well-assorted stock of Blouses, Skirts ?nd Costumes to be cleared at big re ductions a P a Press Frosted Crepe, double width, all colors, sale price l's lid White Frosted Crepe, double width, sale price Is 9d Prints, assorted patterns, 3s lid do/. Tussore Silk, sale price special Is 6d, Is lid n Manchester Department Special White and Colored Towel, sale price lOd •White Table Damask, sale price lOd Twill Sheeting double width, is yd 36in White Calico, sale price 3s lid. 4s 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

Oily Bottled in HOLLAND Refreshment Room. Irs. J. Parsloi Wishes to announce that she has opened, a Refreshment Room in premises iately occupied by Mrs Judd j Light refresiiments at all hours ^ Country visitors catered fojr Cleanliness and attention

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Gilgandra Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

The ordinary meeting of the Gil •gandra Shire Council was held1 iri the Shire Hall on Friday last. The President (Cr. Bardeu) occupied the chair, and ' tfliere were also present Councillors Whiteman, Barber, ■O'Neill, Stanley, and the acting ■Shire Clerk (Mr Col'qulioun). PRESIDENT'S MINUTE. The President's .minute, which tpas read and received, was as fol lows :—I have the honor to report that I have examined the oash book ^nd pass books, and found same to be in agreement, and the reconciliation at the 31st December to be correct. 'The sanitary inspector asked mjr per •mission to procure three dozen sanit ary pans. This I consented, and aiow ask the couucil to endorse,my action. I have also allowed the san itary inspector a week off, pr-oviding lie would light the lamps, and be in -close touch with, the Council in case lie may be wanted.—Cr Whiteman 'wished to know whether the inspec tor was entitled to holidays. The President : I don't think so, but some time ago we granted him •l...

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SHOP SA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

SHOP Si J. Ii. Hitcheu .ai each. have their sail published in this 1 commence on Sat over three week/

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GILGANDRA-COLLIE RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

GI'LGAMDB.a-CSOL.L.IJjl .RAIL 1 A deputation is being .arranged -t° wait apon the Minister foi1 "Works o11 liis arrival here ou Tuesday next t° urge the earOy construction of -the Gilgandra-Collie railway line. This line has been sanctioned by both Houses of Parliament, and distinct residents are anxious that it should be commenced. At present th<3 lo cal Farmers and Settlors' Association have the matter in hand, and pro minent Collie residents have beei written to with a view of. being stn tl ns cora T secre kins ister 1 ys\ on Tues| Ark ins

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

lU Jar M.P.S. rmi u Ul Miller St., Gilgandra. Agent for- I-IESIO: PURE. 'Ointment -3s, postories 3a 3000ft above sea level teg and:. Day Softool for Boys I' —— ound education by highly qualified. iatc stafl to the University Higher nb'ulatipn Exam. Sclerate Fees: Extensive grounds ,iQid climate. xtTerm: February 1st. C. R. CAMPBELL,. B.A., \ v Headmaster. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

-O Advertisers SEOilUE g©c&d results by advertising in the* '"WEEKLY."' Our rates are til® LOWEST. We execute all Orders for Commercial Printing in a Neat H and Artistic Style, and at strictly competitive prices. - \ Is Complete and Up-to date in all respects. The Type Faces are New and Modern. The Machinery is the Best that Manufacturers - can producc, and we staff only expert tradesmen. We ask a Trial Order from you.

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