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GIBSON'S PI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
r GIBSON'S PIGi There was a fair atteri, Australian Hali on Weclnesi but had the public realised th^ picture—"Her Shattered Idol" have been so dramatical!v realiJ auditorium would have been cM from the proscenium to the door" other portions of the programme also good and intensely 'interest? The big spicture for Saturday night? "God's Witness." 1 ihq
WALAROI GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
WAXiAR'OI GRAMMAR SCHOOL. i We have been requested to draw attention to the fact the new term for above school will open on Tuesday, February 1st. Parents who desire to give their boys a first-class educa tion under ideal conditions , as re gards climate and home comforts should write for particulars to the headmaster, Mr C R-. Camp bell under whoso regime, made wouderf H
CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
Catholic. Church; Gilgandra—1st and 2nd Snnday Mass Sand 10 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Gilgandra—Third Sunday Mass 7.30 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. ( Tooraweenah, third Sunday, Mass IO a.m. . . Coonabarabran. fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p,m. Baradine, fourth Sunday, Mass 10 a.m.. Mundooran— Every fifth Sunday when occurring. Gular—Every Saturday before second.. Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions . evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mass 7 a.m. Perliwaugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass 8 a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by ■. local arrangement. Kev. Father Parker^
ALLEGED THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
ALLEGED THEFT. Alexander Cornbloom, alias E.. Cowau (64) was at the Central Pol ice Court, commited for trial on a charge of stealing £50 from Edward Henry Loss, a teacher of dancing, living in Stanmore Iioad, Staumore.. Bail was allowed. Evidence was given that in response to an advertise ment in .a Sydney newspaper on October 20 last, Loss went to an ad dress in Pitt Street. He discussed with a man named Constant the ad vertised position, which was that of collector and salesman, at £2 a week and commission. Loss agreed to take the position, paying £L>0 sec urity to Constant. Loss subsequent ly received a recept from accused who was introducd to him as "Mr... Cowan." The latter detailed the duties to be performed, and a week after commencing work Loss receiv ed a cheque for wages. On tender ing the latter at the baak it was - returned. Loss thereupon asked for the return of his security, but was unsuccessful, on which he ob tained a warrant for the arrest of accused. Mr H. M. W...
NERAN[?]G SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
Hip- sales! Messrs Kemp-Brl mittee the Nerarigl public auction at th| nesday afternoon.' small, and the : bide property being ultii| private sale. This t'arm highly improvc| should have little '.ice and Christie sub [Jl&lt; estate for sale by s(lir rooms on Wed f, The attendance was |iny despirited, the |,)|nately passed in for Ujs a splendid wheat ^:d, and the agents 4,eficulty of disposing
THE COO-EE MARCH. REJECTS' PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
REJECTS' PAT. Mr Arkins, member '^or the dis trict, has forwarded the following letter from the Premier, in regard to reject Ooo-ees' pay, for publication.: —Referring te the question, with .notice-asked by you in the Lcgisative Assernbly.on the 10th ultimo,respect ing: payrnent of men who participated iu the .Grilgandra Route ^March, but who on arriving .in Sydney, were re jected as medically unfit, |I have the honor, by direction, to inform you that further representations were made to the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth on this matter, and « ■ [ a reply was received intimating that it is regretted that no action can be tak^n for the payment of any men who were found medicaliy unfit at the final examination. According to. a report in the Daily Telegraph ot' yesterday s date, however, the De fence Department his now informed the Organiser of the March that, as the 21 men who. were discharged were permitted to remain in camp, they will be paid up to the date of their discharge, w...
A SMASH-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
A SMASH-UP. Early in the week a rather dis tressing accident occurred. Thomas Weston, carter for Mr. J. II. Hit-, chen, was driving out of the yard of the Royal Hotel, when the horse in his cart became, restive, and before he could get it under.^control, the cart collided ■with Curran's garage? The impact caused a trace to break, whieh left the driver • less control over the horse. Still, • lie pluckily attempted to; control the half mad dened beast. After bouncing off the garage, Mr. Weston attempted- to safely direct his tuimway horse into the yard of his firm, but owing to the broken trace, he was unable to do so. One of the shafts of the cart struck the gate, and the horse being liber ated, galloped away. Weston was thrown a considerable distance, and landing heavily on the ground had two ribs broken, and received a con siderable shaking'. He was* 'ffiedi -ca|ly attended t6v.aud is'aiow being •sed at his own pome. • ■ v
MINI[?]TERIAL MATTERS. RAILWAY INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
IWA"# ' ll^UOTIOK ling'■ .0E,i-tl?e pO^Hined Bai^. lue- -afi'4■ Progressv^ssoc}a Vtieldlat the Boyal^^i Qn \v afternoon • M-r •"" .Car lied the oW, ,re Messrs Stan. . 4 vim if',ft. J . a^Bearne, vMln.okall, and Lackey (Pr ._ I ^lhe Tooravv-eenah I rogi^, L, was held for the p« L,or arrangements to meo ■ . Works, ana a.uy t-» rty that may be ac explained that tub ■Mv.ccl from Mr Ar plating tliat the Mni i- ^Artra, W%nia>nd-tbaii lie (Mr Vi • sney oy wain. , P^Tr SmrthTO..^ ^toed that tho Minister shot^ sllown over tin.- route, byxbein^.^ up one side c£ the line, and v theotber. ! Mr Lackey poiKted\+ tlvafc when the survey of the line the 1'^ad practically followed. Mr Stanley moved thav car ke engaged to meet the party, and that a deputatioiFns^ ing of Messrs Ryan, SmirftL^ Garling, Perkins, and McManC appointed to meet the . party'^go tliat a car be engaged to meel^ .party. Messrs Garling, Hitch\ ifod. Carroll promised to each paj\ a quarter of the car hire. Mr Lackey : I underst...
THE CRYSTAL PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
-THE CRYSTAL PICTURE PAIj&CE. A chat: with Mr. H. M. Levy re veals the confidence wiill which he is I entei-iug into.the picture -show busi ness. There is one thing vupon which he is most emphatic, and'-that is. that he knows of no town..that offers bet ter inducement for investments than Gilgandra. Accordingly., bis build ing proposals run ixito a fcig figure. The full-page advertisement of the Crystal Picture. Palace, giving infor raation as to the coming cinema bus iness, appears in this iss'ue. It will be opened during nest mowth, and Mr.; Levy's preparations are on an elaborate scale. Although sather premature for a description of the b nil drag, the "Crystal" wili .cer tainly be a very fine structure, siost beautifully lighted. Mr. Levy in tends running an up-to-date show, with the 'latest and most .powerful productions from the picture world. Watch for the date of opening, ae&lt;l read what the .manager says iu his first announcement to the public.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
AUCTION SALES: Messrs, ..Ke m p - Br u ce an d Christie will hold a sale of young, medium and draught horses- at the Imperial yards on Saturday next. The fir m also advertise a sale of store stock, to be held in February, particulars of I which will be given at a later date Blacket aiid' Sdns will offer for sale at Balgowen, two miles from Eumun gerie, a-number of horses, cattle- ma chinery, vehicles, harness, and furni ture on "VVednesday, January 26th. On February 17th, Miller and James will holdla clearing out sale at Mr. Kdwards'( farm, "Collina"; and (on February^ 2nd, Kemp-Bruce and Christie, |n conjunction with N. W. Farrand, jvill hold a clearing out sale at ■Hfllyiaiids. Messrs. Tib bits and Son ako Advertise a sale at Long View (Bearbong) on W ednesday Feb. 9th/ commencing at 11 a.m. sharp, oti behalf of Messrs. Campbell Fergusoji and Geo. Pike. Fall par ticulars!' of all these sales will be found in our'adverSising columns, .L i • r '• . •;
INCREASE IN PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
INCREASE! IK PBICES. 33efore the war ordinary English paper cost Ifd per lb. Now it costs 2|-d. In addition to this rise in cost cargoes have been increased. Thus freight has mere than doubled. The packing was free; now it costs .32/6 per ton. Art paper Was 4d per lb, now it is ;l>:|d and 6d. Imitation art paper was "2-]:d and 2£d, ^iow it is 3|d and'^fd. Calender* paper has risen from 2|d to 4|d. Ordinary news printing has increased by 40 per cent. Sulphide papers used for wrap pii,g have risen 100 per cent: Heavy, increases have also taken place 'in writing papers, in cards, pasteboards and all printers' sun dries. Hence tho demand of the printer man for, increased prices.
A RELIABLE JEWELLER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
A'BELiIABXyB JEI¥ELLSS This is a day of young men, and Mr. J. Fleming who is an especially promising young man'in the watch making and jewellezy line, has -come to Gilgandra to stay. Mr. Fleming for some time managed Mr. OB1.. Har ris' busiuess, but now he has pur chased it and intends to win through. He is an expert at his trade., and hav ing a long English as well as colonial experience, he is thoroughly compe tent to deal with, all work entrusted^ to liirn. He lias procured a new stock, aisdjustat present his win dows gleans with. precious things.
£10,000,000 WAR LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
JS10 i'OGO,000 WAR XiOiLN. The State War Councils through out Australia are making a strong ap peal to the citizens of the 'Common., wealth to support, and support lib erally to the full extent of their means, the second War Loan. Al though £1.0,000,000 has_been asked for, more is wanted to prosecute the. War so fas as Australia is conceited. Copies of the Appeal have been cir culated to all (Post Office agencies of the Commonwealth .Bank and to branches of the State Savings Banks, and the public are invited to obtain one early and to consider seriously the position with -which we are faced and to respond to the best of theii ability.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
E. G. COLGUHOUN. AGCOUSmHT, OiSgancSra. Farm and Station Accounts a Speciality Balance Sheets and Taxation Returns Prepared 1 ; !i. . • . , . = Fees Moderate Address— | Wilson's Buildings, lilies* street i Oilgasidra I Robt. Newsiiam \ PLASTEiER STATION ROAD, GSIOANDRA | Is prepared to give ESTIMATES for ! PLASTERING in all its branches, in- jj eluding all kinds of cement work required ^ on farms > ^ 6t>;t EZ ,;I" ~j AS! Work Guaranteed i Another Staid, Long-Headed old Senegal, right in the front leading the way. Thousands more wanted to join in the .GREAT MARCH TO GARLSUG'S BEG STORES where the victory over high prices, is sure. 'i First Great Spread BOOTS MB SHOES., A great factor in the great march. Mo excuse if you have not good boots. ' EHiigh in quality, Sow In price . Second SppeafL MEN'S AND YOUTH S HATS, SUITS, SHIRTS, AND TIES, justfwhat is wanted for a big Xmas spruce up after the march in heat and dust. Another Halt Where the Ladies are in evidence and MILLINERY is...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
ANNUAL MEETING. The President (Mr H. Gibson) oc cupied the chair, and in addition to those at the commtttee meeting Mes srs Richards and Rjran were in at tendance. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed. A GENEROUS OFFER. The President announcod that Mrs Gaynon had offered to donate a fally equipped bed to the hospital. Mr Smirthwaite said that in re gard to the offer, perhaps it would be wise if the coinmittee were to in spect the beds in Mrs Field's hospit al with a view to purchase. Mr Dewe * The beds are new but are they suitable for our hospital ? Mr Smirthwaite : Yes. The report aud balauee sheet as gubmitted to the committee meeting j were read aud adopted. The Presi | dent pointed out that notwithstand ing the balance sheet submitted shewed a debit balanee of £72/1/5, when the hospital received £40 from the race club and. £45 from the Gov ernment for the old site, the debit would off. ELECTION" OF OFFICERS. The following officers were then elected :—P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
Car for Hire. VAL ^SMITH Wishes to inform the Public of Gifeandra and Western District generally that he |ias for Hire Two Fine 0^@rlasicl Cars \ And is prepared to undertake motor trips over any distance. Reliable Drivers, with;.ihorough knowledge of Cars. Every care exercised. The Usual Terms—is per mile Address'—Wrigley St. 'Ph!oii.e—-No. 85 I.X.L. BAKERY To the Residents of (Hlgandra and District Having'jburchased the above well-known BAKERY lately carried on by Messrs McGREGOR and HOLLOWAY, I trust by strict attention to Business, both in Bread.and Pastry, to gain a continuance of the Liberal Patronage extended to the late Firm. FUmr TJTYH^IT GrlLGANDRA and © JULm AJ X 5 BATHURST. Telephones—23 Gilgandra ; 78 Bathurst Post'-Office. Stores,. Gulargambone F» MacCalMm? ■ General Draper & Gostumiere. Costumes to Measure a Speciality. I haire on hand a good stock of Ready-made costumes which are going at Remarkably Xjow Prices. BULLARD BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers TO...
GILGANDRA HOSPITAL. ANNUAL AND OTHER MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916
GILGANDM ANNUAL AND OTHER MEET INGS. ' ■ |£ A meeting of'the Committee of tfche Gilgandra Hospital was held in the Australian Hall, on Thursday last. The President (MrH. Gibson) • occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs Blackall, Per kins, Rankin, Smirthwaite, McMan ns, Dewe, Richards, and the secre tary (Mr Farrand.) - The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. ^ S .^.CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr Arkins, in regard to the . application of the committee for a grant to furnish the institution, as promised by the late Mr Trefte, and i intimating that the matter would i have his best attention.—Received. ! ACCOUNTS. The/following accounts were pass ed for payment, viz., Lasseter and : Co, £1.4/10 • A. F, Garlmg, £10/3/4; Weston, £2/1/5 ; secretary's commis sion and salary, £12/19.—In connec tion with Lassetter's account, the secretary explained that he had ordered a certain quantity of piping which would be requied for watering the.hospital garden. If the co...