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THE HAMPSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

THE HAMPSHIRE. It is officially stated that 12 survivors from H.M.S. Hampshire have been washed ashore on a raft. They comprise two petty officers and 10 of the crew. The Admiralty has informed Mrs. Burley, of Bottle, that her husband has been saved from the Hampshire. The 'Daily Express' says that but for his work in connection with the Irish problem Mr. Lloyd George would have accompanied Lord Kitchener. The survivors from the cruiser Hampshire met Avith terrible ex periences. When the rafts were launched the seas were so heavy that they completely enveloped the Hampshire. The- rafts came ashore five miles from the wreck. The first intimation to the islanders was the appearance of some exhaus ted seamen, avIio tottered into , a farmhouse and made an inco herent statement. The farmer believed that a patrol boat had been sunk. Later the full ex tent of the disaster was known. Ten of the 12 rescued men are iioav recovering. Several rafts have been flung into crevasses in the rocky co...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

For Chi'dren's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NAVAL BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

THE NAVAL BATTLE. The German official report of the Jutland battle denies the Bri tish official and semi-official re ports. 'These,' it says, 'have been systematically circulated in order to deny the greatness of the British .defeat.' A Ajerman omciai message ex plains that the battle cruiser Lutzow and the fast light crui ser Rostock sank while en route to harbor. The loss was not ad mitted previously for military reasons. The Amsterdam 'Telograaf' de clares that this admission should be a warning to neutrals to ac cept German communiques cau tiously. The 'Tslegraaf' believes that financial and not military reasons are behind the German suppression of the truth of the naval battle. The losses have been minimised in order to ob tain new war credits. One thousand seven hundred and ninety-two lives were lost on the Invincible and the De fence. There were 1751 lost on the Indefatigable and the Black Prince'. ' . The Paris 'Journal' estimates the Germans in the Jutland bat tle lost 10 p...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

WOOL MARKET. The fourth series of wool sales in London has concluded. All fcnerino wools have- hardened} in value, good scoureds closing at 2d to 3d per Ib above April prices, and medium and faulty 100 per cent, higher. The best greasy wools were taken for the home trade and Russia at advan nr-« rnntrintr fiv»m 10 f.n 1 f) TIPT* cent. Pine crossbreds advanced 7£ per cent., and medium and the coarser quality crossbreds have recovered from the open ing weakness. Tlie sales have closed in sellers' favor, scoureds being worth Id to 2d above Ap ril values, slipss Id higher; mer ino lambs 10 to 15 per cent., and crossbred lambs from £d to Id dearer. ? _^ Anti-strike legislation is to du introduced at Victoria. There will be penalties for strikes and lockouts. The penal clauses in. regard to strikes are to be di rected against the individual rather than the union. ? State fish shops are to bt opened at Glebe, St. George dis trict, Marrickville, North Sydney - and Camperdown.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Araluen Parish. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

ROMAlf OATHOMC. Araluen Parish. 1st Sunday.— Reidsdale 9 a.m ? Araluen n 2nd Sunday.— Araluen S', Major's Creek 1 1 . 3rd Sunday.— Keidsdale 9, Araluen 11 a.m. 4tli Sunday. — Krawarree 1 1 a.m . Eve/iing Derotions at Araluen every Sunday at 7.36 p.m. A. J. MoHugh.

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BOASTFUL TALK. MORE GERMAN BLATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

BOASTFUL TALK. MORE GERMAN BLATHER. During the debate on the Bud get in the Reichstag, Dr. Beth mann Hollweg, Imperial Chan cellor., said the Allies had re jected Germany's peace terms in December, hoping- that the war map would change' in their fa for, whereas it had changed in Germany's favor, notably Kut cl-Amara, Verdun, Austria's ad vance in naiy, me collapse or the .Russian offensive in March, and the Jutland naval battles. 'If our enemies shuj their eyes to the war niap we must and will and shall fight to a final victory,' said the Chancellor. 'We did what we could to pave tlie way for peace. Our enemies re pelled us with scorn.' He promised that the censor ship of political matters would be the lightest possible, and con cluded : — 'Our naval victory won't tempt us to boast. England is not beaten, but 4be -vietovy^nl ijybiy'oci oiol'jd nv/o-j iwij \o iit^l ables Germany to guarantee i he freedom of the seas in the fu ture to small nations.' : The Chancellor added :— 'Our ene...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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The Referendum SIX O'CLOCK CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

The Referendum SIX O'CLOCK CARRIED. BY LARGE MAJORITY. The referendum poll on Sat 1Irtlav as far as this district is concerned was only small. For some reason or other there was !ack of interest in the mat ter In the town itself quite a number of electors did not think it worth while to vote at all, I although motor cars we're run I ,,in' all day in the liquor inter I ests, and the exercise of the f ran I diise was, therefore, attended I with very little inconvenience. I Contrary to expectations thewo I men's vote was not as large here I us was expected. I There was very little outward I display in Braidwood. People I lodged their votes, and went I about their ordinary1 business I again. Nine o'clock on the first I preference had a majority of I nearly two to one. This vote I ivas undoubtedly better organised I here tli an in other parts of the I district, hence the majority in I favor of 9 o'clock closing. I Mr. E. Bunn presided over No. I 1 booth and Mr. L. Chapman over I No. 2. M...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

CHURCH SERVICES. ? ? * ? Chtjech of Engi-and. 1st Sunday.— Braidwood : 8 a.m. H.O., 7.30 p.m. Evensbng j Larbert 3 2nd Sunday.-^Braidwood : 11 a.m. H.C,7.3O Evensong : Major's Creek 3. 3rd Sunday. — Braidwood : 8 a.m. H.C., 11 Matins, 7.30 Erensong ; Ballnlaba 3 4th Sunday, — Braidwood : 11 a.m. Matins; 7.30 Evensong; Redbank 11, Newtown 3, Major's Creek 7.30 Rev. Waitee J). Kenhedy, Rector.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

GOOD FOR EARACHE. TOOTH ACHE and CRAMPS. Beside* being Mich a wonderful remedy for coughs, colds and catarrh, HEAN'S ESSENCE, when used full strength, is one of the quickest relief givers known for earache, toothache, diarrhoea and stomach cramps. It is now the custom of thousands of people to buy two bottles of HEAN'S ESSENCE, one of which they make up into a pint of cough mixture, and the other they keep on hand in its pure ?tnte, ready for use as occasion may arise. The beauty of HEAN'S ESSENCE is that it doe* not contain any of the baneful opium drugs ao frequently used in cough mixtures and for re lieving pains. Most chemists and stores tell HEAN'S ESSENCE. The price is 2s., or. if posted, 2s. 3d. It U made^by Gi'ff. HEXJS. .ix»h'-'q vm?,ii

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

?i ? - s.. COMMERCIAL. Winchcombs, Carson, and Co, wire : — The wool embargo lias been lifted as regards all Allied countries. A meeting of woolbro kers on Friday decided to go on with the Sydney wool sales on Monday. Sheep : About 10,000 sheep and lambs were yarded on Tuesday, and 22,000 odd on Thursday. Val ues at the former market, we regret to report, showed ?'. de cline of about Is 6d on ths pre vious week's reduced rates. Mar ket on Thursday was again low er for heavyweight sheep, but other descriptions showed little or no alteration. Lambs : Light supplies again forward, quality being' only fair. Lambs suitable for re-stocking purposes showed a big improvement in values; other descriptions vere very firm at late rates. Cattle : A full sup ply yarded, which evidently pro ved 'beyond buyers' requirements, as values showed a decline on the previous week's rates. Pros pects : The number of trucks booked for markets ahead are extremely light, and we IwPJ to see improved values rul...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

ESTEY /'I ORGANS have no equal If you are interested in organs we shall be delighted to send you 'The Estey Booklet,' It fully describes these beautiful organs. Write to-night. Easy Terms arranged. PALING'S ' 338 George St. SYDNEY ?Bl| NEWCASTLE « LISMORE. ????? mm. a* e. price, Piano' Tuner .& Repairer VISITS BRAIDWOOD AND ARALUEN ? PERIODICALLY. ? : ? Orders left at the Album Hotel will receive prompt attention. IF ¥00 WANT . ANY JOB POINTING SUCH AS Memorandum Forms Bill Heads Receipt Forms Order Forms Circulars HandbillB Tickets of any kind Visiting Cards Memoriam Cards Ball Programmes PosterB Sports Programmes Or anything else in the Print-. ing line YOU CAN GET IT Better and Cheaper AT THE Review Office, Victor Pianos will stand all climates, they have a beautiful tone and last a life time. Write for free Catalogue and price list showing Easy Terms. Paling's 338 George St. «--'1 SYDNEY NEWCASTLE tad LISMORE. 1 M. Norn Chong \ Grocer, Ironmonger, General Storemvw BRAID ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

LADIES! ^ THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU ! HIGGINS WINTER SHOW of Latest Fashionable Goods & House hold Drapery will indeed interest you. YOU, WHO AT ONCE RECOGNISE THE LATEST & MOST FASHIONABLE, EMBRACE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PUR CHASE IN YOUR OWN TOWN THE NEWEST GOODS AT T#E MOST MODERATE PRICES. : igf A Visit to Our Show Room will convince. Your , Inspection will be appreciated. L1DIES, YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE. UNTRIMMED HATS, hi Velvet (upper brim of silk, lower ' brim of velvet), black, PRICE, 9/6. BLACK SILK HATS, stitched 'brim, Very Becoming and . Very Smart, PRICE, 7/6. VELVET HATS, very latest, black or colors, Fashionable, . r1 PRICE, 7/11. VELVET HAT, Black and White (one only), Charming and Very Novel. PRICE, 12/6. . r BLOUSE LENGTHS, of Gabardine. pjJESS LENGTHS, of Gabardine, the Latest Shades (Navy, £, Nigger, Champagne, Grey, Tan, Mahogany). $)RESS LENGTHS ONLY in Fancy Suitings, Fancy Tweeds, n and Cuvent Coatings. vBLOUSE LENGTHS (no two alike) in Printed Fl...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

WAR NEWS. A Paris semi-official message, states that the position at Fort Vaux remains obscure. The fort had long been unarmored and reduced to ruins. It was merely an observation post. The ene my will find strong defences be hind ths fort. A French communique states : After weeks of desperate .fight in!? the garrison -of the ruiaed Vaux Fort was unable to pre vent the enemy entering. We hold th?. immediate approaches and the trenches to the left and right, before which all the ene my's attacks were broken by our fire. General Sir Douglas Haig says the enemy succeeded' on Tuesday it capturing the front line tren ches at Hooge. Attacks against other parts of our line failed. We repulsed a further small infantry attack west of Hooge on Wed nesday. During Tuesday night the Australians entered German trenches at Bois Grenier (2h miles south of Armeinieres), in flicting loss arid bringing back prisoners. Our troops also carried out a successful raid east of Gu inchy. A communique says : ...

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Local and General. OUR FEDERAL MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

Local and General. ? « ? OUR FEDERAL MEMBER. Mr. Austin Chapman was to confer with the Council at Yass yesterday re the proposed rail way conference. He goes from there to Nimmitabel for Wednes day, 14th, where he will preside at the final meeting of the Men from Snowy River Route March. He expects to be in Tarago on Wednesday night and Braidwood on Thursday morning, and will remain in this end of the elec torate for the week-end.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

I POKING ^ ^ AHEAD ! Ever since the start of the pre sent Great War I have LOOKED AHEAD and PREPARED 'for FUTURE BUSINESS, by ayailing myself of MY FULL PURCHAS ING POWER ; by laying in LARGE STOCKS of GENERAL REQUIREMENTS before the re cent great advance that has tak en place in many lines. RE SULT : 18-M0NTHS'-AG0 VAL UES STILL TO BE HAD at the Cut Prices, in nearly every .line of General Drap?ry, Clothing, a d Boots. WINTER COMFORTS AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES! WARM RUGS, in Fringed, Seal, Bush, and Water-proof. BLANKETS, White, in English Witney, American, and Japa nese, from 14s 6d to 41s. BLANKETS, Colored, in English And American, from 10s 6d to 32s. . EIDERDOWN QUILTS, HONEY COMB, and MARSCELLA QUILTS at best values. KnittedWdoiienGoods LADIES' SPORTS COATS. GIRLS' GOLFERS, from 7s. BOYS' SWEATERS, from 2s lid. BOYS' JERSEY SUITS, from 7/6. MENS' SWEATERS, all wool, fine quality, in Navy and Cream, from 6s'. SWEATER COATS, all wool, in Navy, Grey, and Cream, 11s 6d, 14s, 16s 6d. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

CATHOLIC. The Rev. T. G. Kelleher, par ish priest, is leaving us, hav 'ing been appointed to Parramat ta. His successor here is the Rev. T. Vaughan, of Milton, who will arrive in Braidwood to take over the parish about Friday next. For som^ time pant, it was known .hat FaUicr K?lleher's de parture was likely. He had a;j pliod to go to tlis front with 4-1%. -v A i^n^itniltin J imm-ir- «im-l Tirol? LJI' Auotl '.llitlll Liuujjn. chili nan very ke^n about tliu matter. The Archbishop, however, was not agreeable. Tho news of the rev. gentleman's departure will be re ceivod with deep regret, not' only by the Catholic portion of the community, but by ths residents generally, who recognise in him an nxcellennt townsman and a broad-minded, liberal citizui. For his parish he lias don? much during his comparai ivoly brief so journ amongst us. The condition of the church and presbytery speaks volubly as to his work and energy. These have not on ly b: en brought to a state com parable with any bu...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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MUCH MARRIED ANZAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

MUCH MARRIED ANZAC. A grimly humorous store is rold of one of our Anzac.lisroes who obtained high promotion for - bravery ; before he received his last shot at the hands of a sni ping Turk. After the news of his death reached Australia no less than three ladies claimed Ilia honor of beiiiff ' his widow,' and each had her 'lines' to prove her case, and a most unseemly scramble for his pension ensued. Apparently the young liero was as intrepid in marital as in martial engagements, and he evi dently considered that he was merely taking the proper pre cautions against being under mourned if lie fell in battle's fierce chance. The three marriages were undertaken within a lew Aveeks of each other, though each bride lived in a different town. It has been decided by the Fede- . ral Cabinet to - erect a headstone over all Australian soldiers who have died; lat^ the front. A: resolution in favor of the , confiscation of all war profits has ? been carried by the Western Australian division of ...

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MR. HUGHES ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

MB. HUGHES ON THE WAR. In the course of a speech in London Mr. W. M. Hughes said : 'During my recent visit to France I saw the Australians,- who were fit, cheery, and ready, but they are disappointed that tlie con ditions of warfare prevented them matching themselves man for man. Everywhere there was the same story. Although the position is incomparably better : than a year ago, we still lack the power to break down the German defence. The end is not near. Britain' and her Allies cannot hold on for ever. What must be done must be done quickly, and our needs for ma- ch.inery and munitions must be immediately supplied. We cannot be victorious unless we develop every resource and exert every power. The Germans came out to break the blockade. If the blockade had been established earlier it would liave curtailed the war. We must now make the blockade more stringent— a hoop of steel ? through whitini no thing can pass.1 We must choose between offending neutrals and inviting defeat.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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WHO DIES [?] ENGLAND LIVE? [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

'WHO DIES I'1 ENGLAND LIV3K ??» . . . ? (BV EUDYARD KIPLING). For all w? have arid arc, For all our children'^ fate, Stand up arid mcicc tha war. Tho Hun m -at tA-3 gats f Our world has paused away Iti wantonnor-3 o'erthrown. There is nothing left to-day But stoel and 'firs and. stone. Though all we know depart. Lilt? oki cummauuiu ??iinn siauu; 'In courage ksap your heart. In strength lift up your hand.' Ones more wte hear the word That jsickerfed earth of old : 'No law except the sword Unsheathed and uncontrolled.' Once more it knits mankind, Once more the nations go ' To meet and break and bind A crazed and driven foe. Comfort., content, delight — The ag?s' slow-bought gain They -shrivelled in a night, Only ourselves remain To face the naked days I.i silent fortitude Through perils and dismays Renewed and re-renewed. Though all w.i madte depart, The old commandments stand: 'In patience keep your heart, In strength lift up your hand?.' No easy hope or lies Shall bring us to our go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 13 June 1916

Woods' Q-reat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs a»d Colds, never fails, 1^6.

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