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THE LAST OF THE EMDEN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

TEES! LAST OP THE BMDBN The Minister ©f the Navy, Mi Jansen, in tbe course of a statement stated that about a year ago visits were paid to the wreck of the Emden : ori North Keeling Island, and some of the gnus and other gear, part of which was handed oyer to the Com monwealth Government, were re moved. At the end of! October, 1915, it was decided to send H.M.A.S. Pro l teetor to Cocos to report as to the possibility of salving thp ship, and to remove any gear still on board that might be interest or value. • It was found that the stern half of the Ernden had completely disappeared, and a very heavy .surf was sull breaking over what remained. The Protector waited a week, in the hopes of getting a chance to board the Emden ; but this was never for an instant possible. "It may now be considered as certain," concluded the Minister, "that nothing more can be done towards salving either the re gains of: the Emden, or any trophies from her, except such as may be cast ashore."

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

BOY SOLDIER. Speaking at a big recruiting meet ing at Newcastle Qolonel Mark-well, raid that when he was going across to the front last trip a little 11-year old stowaway came abroad the troop ship at Freemantle. He had beeu training four or five months in Wes tern Australia, and was so anxious to go that he travelled 120 miles, and raarched abroad. "My duty was to .send him ashore," added the colonel, •>'bnt the little fello„w was brought aboard again the next day rolled up In the blankets. I took him to Egypt and the child ciied bitterly because I would not allow him to go to the front. He is now safely back at home, and I had a letter . from his another recently, stating that the boy Tras quite well. "That is an example for many," said Colonel Markwell, "That young chap wanted to fight for his country and his Empire.Sure ly there are few here who could be induced to come forward, and to leave the sporting for a while. It •will keep, make up yoar minds to do something for your ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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SHEEP AND LAMB SALES. JOHN BRIDGE RECORD. AVERAGE OF 19/6. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

SHEEP AND LAMB SALES. JOHN BRIDGE RECORD. AVERAGE OF 19/0. John Bridge and Co. state that there has. lately been decided activ ity in the market for store slieep, the recent fine rains probably being the reason. The firm, daring the past six weeks, shifted no less than 67, 139 store sheep and lambs on various stations, for the total sum of £66, 379. This works oflt at the sterling average of 19/6 per head, which, the firm ventures to think, is something like a record for the large number sold. The buyMg power is still very strgj]f: tractive lines are w being Fergus(|dnJrt ticjilars/', found, in)

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

FOR SALE AND TO ^LBT. Mr. V. J. Kelly, solicitor, adver tises iw this issue that bejhasa house to let in Nevrtown, Gilfi'andra, also two cottages in the same locality for sale—cheap, cash or terms.

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

.Woods' Great PeppermlE l?or Chronic Chest Con For Children's Hacking cei Woods' Great Pepporminj

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CORRESPONDE[?] (To the Editor. TREE-PLANTI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

CORRESPONDE (To the Editor. TREE.PLANTIISj Sir,—When in Coonai time ago, the thing that was the tine appearance of the result of a thorough o; tree-planting. B^intifu [« trees beautify- m$0tiof |> and in. a short time they ; real ornament to the tow; , gandra there in . not an < tree to be seen in the stre camnot this matter : be tal the Shire Coui}ci\jrL Anel Trustees—can tahV^nat dc to beautify the pars? It cost a trifle, and it would . I able public work. 1 Yours, etc., A. W. I I

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

. Cottage ply, Two cottages in,ev| Cheap. Cash or tjns| NOMINATIONS irf I Tooraweenahand Vis* sociation's Corom,tt<j IGilgandra. Ap (J. KELLY, ' . Solicitor. i'town, Gilgandra. Applv, J. KELLY, ! Solicitor. ■two vacancies on jtrict Progress As ie. Nominations SuiwklUvii waa. »**, s must V^c in the hanjs'j ;pf Acting Secretary not lat^r than 2Q.iJ#T J'iinuarv, 1916 4 H, E. GILLETT, Acting Secretary. THANKS MR'f A. HOWISON wishes to thank the public of Gilgandra and district for their liberal patronage during his business career in Gilgandra, and trufts they will extend the same amount of support to his successor, Mr Thomas. ■ : pmz S&LE' Handy to town. Exceptionally easy terms. Cheap A. TOWNSEND & SON. MAYIWS ' Having sold my • - >'• vlr !>i ..o ... of Sydney, I. wished * thu\'.p..-.: <><c that all"-: debt| owing must be oaid.bv fcJfuruay, J;t All debts owing by(me will K-. V-. ;d by me if accounts are delivered by the above d...

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

p SALE! '.icc and Christie sub ; t estate for sale by cir rooms on Wed The attendance was ^in[i despirited, the ,t|iiately passed in for ma a splendid wheat ^ d, and the agents t hculty of disj^osing ■goog Tf4 Orauge W Wellingtons, GilgandraY^ >1*1 U,Vaeciua^l'S, f 14, IH1SS1 IWest Battalion l£"^equired to snp f'^forcemenfcs as. %-S, Gut KI1 16—5, Sine 13—4, Irren 12—4, bhaguy 33—• iTalbraefar 43 ? Cottage ' ply- ' " y Two cottages rne^I Cheap. Cash;or tps| IGiigandra. Ap I.J. KELLY, . Solicitor. IE. . i-town, Gilgandra. i. Applv, i. J. KELLY, I Solicitor. m}\ m NOMINATIONS iff I two vacancies on Tooraweenah and )'is| trict Progress As sociation's Commtt<! :»e. Nominations must be in the hands <j of Acting Secretary i not lattr than.2§&l*V'j''anuary, 191 q \ 'k'"" H. E. GILLETT, a # Acting Secretary. / THANKS iVIR'^A. HOVVISON wishes to thank the public of Gilgandra and district for their liberal patronage during his business career in Gilgandra, and...

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

Amiralidn Hal St *1 " ogrammes for Saturday and Wednesday PL TT 'r® 1 STAR FEATURE. Drama of intense interest 4000ft &L, re. TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items /COMEDY ^ ■) DRAMA SCENIC ihup! KEYSTONE' COMEDY STAR FEATURE. A strong descriptive Kalem drama 2000ft I i TOPICAL and CARTOONS OF THE MOMENT 2nd STAR FEATURE. Shewing the Shanghairs and doomed ships SCENIC COMEDY )h

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THE "KOOKABURRA" MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

r TT"— ' ' JlHE "KOOKABURRA" MARCH * ^Writing -bo this paper from Mon »i"uopran, snder date January 15, Cap Hitchen and Spring state:— - , "hare much pleasure iu inform ,f iag£yo* that so far the march from *To|>raweenah has been an unqualified , success. It is quite impossible for ' us to express our gratitude to the , ? people along tha route, and it would be invidious to even mention any of their,names, as it appears to us that everyone we have met so far has -done more than his best. We camped thei first night at Wallumburrawmg, aiid ^ere put np by the old family of Maguire, who made us very comfort able, and saw that we were well fed. Without mentioning dinner camps, at wHich we were overfed, the march reached Yarragrin early in the even ing of the second day. Men inarch- j iag well and without the slightest ^ , «ign of a growl, in spite of the fact that the regular equipment had not arrived, and that many of them were marching in light boots in extreme heat. Yarragrin did u...

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BRITISH-GERMAN DUKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

BRITISH-GERMAN DUKES. Mr. Asquith refused, in,the House of Commons, to introduce legislation with the object of removing from the Peerage the Dukes of Cumberland ar.d Albany, who are serving in the German army. The Duke of Cumberliand is doubly related to the Boyal family. Being a great grandson of George III, he is a., cousin of King George, as well as brother-in-law to Queen Alexan dra. On May 13 of last year the King, as Sovereign of the Order of th® Garter, gave instructions that the name of the Duke should, with; other enemy members, be struck off the roll of the knights of the order. Th® ceremony, which, has not oc curred many times in history, took ! place a few days later. Charles Edward, reigning duke of Saxe-Cobnrg, and Duke of Albany was born in 18S4, arid was married in 1905 to Princess Victoria Adel heid of Holsteiu-Glucksburg. His father was Prince Leopold and Queen Victoria was his grandmother. The Duke of Cumberland is connected distantly with the British Royal Famil...

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COLLIE N[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

(From Oar Corres^BB 'fej.ie Weather.-;—Sfcil weather prevails wit prosp'ecfcs of rain duul I week. We had a few I Here ouSaturday uij grun was registered. 0. Monk, of I bvv ^ore put. down] ' 1 ■ "ie oi the Q.v.era]I h Au 'culim\ted sup] strocx^t Yi5 feet,; J depth U. go 'vjvfcVi^jf as the wa\Qr k?&vdL ing up inue\\^ than if it wi°,^ ^ "N Monk does not he says they a;^B, source of worry | filled up with silt^qj large amount of ^ spare time in the . ^; .Besides you cannotf for an unlimited f^Y in the case of the advises all those wrf" rnise during these get a bore down at oev| Mrs Mclntyte, of ''T\^ i-eceived a wire on ,i last, telling her of hed death from drottningl on that same morningir| journeyed to Coonami|is]i to see her brother burg| pathy of the district \4 ; oar friend. /" | | Some unscrupulous pe| I ons) in our midst seem | are playing the part o| woman) by sending toj our local lads manusci] the post in the form of i ers." There is no ne<? cularise the "...

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

in announcing Their summer sale Which commences to-morrow, Saturday, Jan. 22nd And Continues' for Three Weeks Space does not admit of detailed bargains, but as our genuine re duciions at sale times are fully recognised, this Is unnecessary 1'he ravage of war has made its presence felt in far distant Gilgandra; the cost ot living lias considerably increased and it is -up to the thrifty housewife to spend her money where it. goes farthest. We venture to say your money will go farther at Wises' Great Western Stores- and • especially at Sale Period. Note all prices with drawn on Monday, Feb., 14th ©> Great Western Stores

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"THE NEATEST THING I'VE SEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

"THE NEATEST THING FYB SEEN." Most yoavg ladies would have squealed and then fainted were they in the same 6x as a petite demoiselle whd was concerned in ktau affair" in which a snlky played a prominent part at the railway station on Satur day. The lady in question was Bit ting in the sulky outside the parcels office. Jack Trefry was also there iu his delivery van, and, as he was about to draw on to the street the pony fin the sulky backed. There was no hope for it. ' Jack couldn't alter his position, and the Lave of the sulky wheel struck the nave of the cart. Then up faent the snlky, gent Iy at first, remained en the balance for & fraction of a second ai if unde cided whether to tarn turtle or come down on its wheels, -when fch® lady driver shifted ever bo little. That settled it. The balance of power wag in favor of the an Iky, and it turned clean over, spilling its fair driver on to the road. When she had time to survey the situation, and brush some of Mayor McNeillyV th...

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

Up-to-Date Saddlery. r JOHN DELANEY SADDLE, HARNESS, and COLLAR MAKER, Has opened business in Miller Street, in premises adjoining Mr Beveridge's Offices s *P, Up-to-date 3tock of Bridles, Collars, and Farm Harness. '-Si Repairs a Speciality. Satisfac tion Guaranteed

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

The Eight-Cylinder "CADILLAC" is Now in the Hands of Thousands of Users! The Motoring world already knows that its performances far surpass the most ardent claims that could be expressed in words. The expert opinion is that it is THE ULTIMATE IN PRACTICABILITY, SPEED, POWER, SMOOTHNESS, FLEXIBILITY, LUXURY and EASE OF OPERATION. And, in the most essential of all qualities—STABILITY and ENDURANCE—there is abundant assurance that it will excel any " CADILLAC " which has preceded it. We sav this, knowine full well that the record of the "Cadillac" Company for procuring cars which endure, ywr after year, stands unapgrosched. We say it with full remembrance of the fact that you can go back one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve years and find that the " CADILLACS " then made are s^ill in service. Recall, if you can, any other cars that can point to service records of half the maximum period cited. The factors which are primarily responsible for short li...

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GERMAN SPIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

GERMAN SPIES. Tbe following ig an extract from ft scathing article, dealing with Ger man treachery which appeared in -the Melbourne'"Age" of 4th instant : ■"We come now to Germany's supreme act of treachery in onr regard. It will be recollected that just prior to -the war Australia was visited by the British Association for tne Advance ment of Science foi the purpose of holding here its annual international, conference. Our visitors and guests -comprised the most eminent men of science from all countries in the werld. Germany sent four of her most distinguished professors, viz., Dr. Albert Penck, Dr. E. Goldstein, Dr Graebner, and Dr. Pringsheim. These learned gentlemen still lin gered in the Commonwealth when war was declared. They immedi ately approached the Federal Go vernment for permission to return to Germany, representing that they were international scientists, and therefore neutrals, and that although t>y accident of birth German citizens, they belonged to the whole worl...

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

Established 1880. '.BUCKETAND SON* ■OUK^O, Auctioneers, Stools aesd Property Salesmen arad Laoid Agents,, Tlbblts and Ssns W. C. TIEBITS. - WILFPED TIBBITS. EDGAR C. TIBBITS. ' ' Stock, Station, Land and Genera! Commission Agents 81 Avt ! Land Agency a Specij; r Land Regulation Forms , of e . ; description on hand. Cases conduce ; in the Land Court. Auction and Land Subdivision Sales conducted anywhere in the State. Stock trucked and consigned. Wool and all kinds of Produce forwarded. Advances made on produce or con signment. District agents for Dalgety and Co., Limited/ Correspondence Invited'.: Offices: Opposite Garling's Stort, F&rram'fSartat. f • \ Wanted, consignments of all kinds of Poultry and Farmers' Produce for Sat urday sales. Good demand. Sale as usual next Saturday. Vegetables, fruit, etc . TIBBITS & SONS. Smith Bros., AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Land and Genera! Commission Agents, Gilgandra. Stock Sales and Trucking a Specialty. Communications invited....

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

g$ign your US £3 »}) i iii m) US II Fi II BUTCHEKS8 PRODUCE FOR SKINS ' RABBIT' SKIMS, ®tO» PIGS, CALVES iiUXil ft 0! LIB. lii AQXZffiCa^'JC loTOJiES Best Paddocks at F;LBMi»Gxoa Hlgh^^PiPrlce asrjcl Prompt-Rotuihrtak SiSLLmo Agents Ohm Kemp-Bruce & Christie, Special Agents

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GILGANDRA RECRUITING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 21 January 1916

The ordinary -weekly meeting of the Recruiting Association was held at the Royal Hotel on Monday last; The President (Mr. W. A. Barden) occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. G. Rankin, A. .3?. Garling, A. E. Eitzhardinge, E. >'Townsend, A. E. Perkins, T. Nash, and the secretary (E. G. Oolquhoun). The minutes of the previous meet ing were confirmed. correspondence: Erom the N.S.W. Recruiting As sociation, in respect of what action Bad been taken by the Shire in re gard to recruiting, and intimating that the monies for the payment of the recruiting, sergeant- would be paid into the credit of the Shire Council. Mr. Eitzhardinge said that the Association should reply stating that it bad made all necessary arrange ments. He would call on Mr. Catts when in Sydney at the week end. On the motion of Mr. Townsend, Mr. Fitzhardiuge was empowered to do so, and a letter was ordered to be •written to that effect. . ' Mr. Garling : Has the member of the Labor League been appri...

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