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GILGANDRA RAILWAY EXTENSIONS THE COLLIE AND TOORAWEENAH PROPOSALS VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

THE COLLIE AND TOORAWEEN AH PROPOSALS VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR j WORKS The proposals to which the future of Gilgandra district to a great ex tent is linked, viz., railway exten sions to Collie and Toorawe&cah, have, during the past week, been ad vanced another, and we hope, defin ite stage. It was gratifying news when, a few weeks ago, word came through that the Collie Railway Bill had passed both Houses of Parlia ment and become a work to which the Government was committed. Regarding the proposed line from Gilgandra to Tooraweeuah, readers of the "Weekly." will remember that some months ago a promise was given by the Hon. J. II. Cann, Min ister for Works, that he would visit the district and make .an inspection of the proposed route. The. promise was fulfilled this week. Travelling by car, the ,Minister, coming via Merriwa ,to Dunedoo, arrived at Tooraweenah. on Monday evening, where he was met by members of the Progress Association and prominent residents of that place. M...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

i! Wishes to notify the residents of Gilgandija and district that he has purchased the business recently carricd on by Air A. Howison, as The business will be conducted on the same broad lines, and it will be the aim of the new proprietor to give satisfaction, and at all times to study the interests of his clients. A choice lot of pastry always on hand. Orders taken for supplying parties, picnics, etc. * Mr Thomas a,sks for a continuance of that patronage which has helped to build up the Gilgandra Bakery. Federal Steam Saw, Moulding and Planing lis Gilgandra and Curban. Pine and Hardwood in any Quantity at Shortest Notice. Bedrock Prices S. Late windmill erector for the following firms : Geo. E. Fortescue & Sons, Ltd,, Toowoomba Foundry Co., Ltd., Metters Limited Has worked in the factories where these mills are made and thoroughly understand them. Have also been windmill erector for the following windmill firms Jas. Alston, Vic., Robinson Bros., Vic., Webb Bros., Vic., Brya...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

A "Meeting of members and. intending members of the above club will be held at the Royal Hotel on Monday next at 8 p.m. in connection with the forth coming races and to consider the ad visability of engaging the Irish Pipers' Band, A. S. CARROLL, Sec. * LOST " Between the Imperial Hotel and Cassam and Bacvas', onjSaturday last, a GOLD PENDANT, containing lock of hair, and lady's photo. Will finder please leave at this office. 10 BUILDERS ... »J. E. Lundholm, Architect, Dubbo, inr vites TENDERS until Feb. 4th for ADDITIONS (in wood) to residence at Mogriguv for Mr W. Hj- Godwin. Plans at this office . TENDERS. Tenders are invited for supply of fire wood, in 50 ton lots, not over 5ft in length, nor 12 mches in diameter. De livered on trucks at Gilgandra, Coon amble, or intermediate stations. Ap P'*' FALKNER ELECTRIC CO., Moore St., Sydney, or H. McCLURE, Myall View. L0ST, CHEQUE, Commercial ,Bank, No 1309, drawn favor C- McPherson ; pay raent "stopped., Arthurs 1 eig State> rays ap...

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HOMES FOR HEROES. WORKING WITHOUT WAGES. AN EXCELLENT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

\ \ WORKING WITHOUT WAGES. \ AN 'EXCELLENT SCHEME. Dr. Arthur, write^'from j Sydney ; It is recognised that we cannot" do too ranch for those who have come toackfrom the Trout shattered on our fcehalf or for the dependents of those -who have given their lives for us. Is it not a duty and a privilege then, to provide a home for &11 of these . A small experiment made on some Crown Lands near Sydney opens np the. prospect of such an achievement. Wilis' land has been divided isto forty C&rmlets for fruit and vegetable growing and poultry raising, and all the work in preparing these for oc cupation is being done by unpaid labour, mostly on Saturday atter tioons, Sundays and holidays. On ^ these days a mixed crowd of all ages, occupations and social ranks is to be &rand clearing ground. Cottages «md poultry runs are to be erected «&a the land fenced and ploughed sied fruit trees and vegetables plant ed. Each soldier will be given about ona or two hundred he...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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JANUARY WOOL SALES. "JOHN BRIDGE" RECORD. HANDSOME WOOL PKICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

"JOHN BRIDGE" KB CORD. HANDSOME 'WOOL PKICES, John Bridge and Co.'s opening sale of the yeai. held on.' Wednesday last, 19th iust., was notable for sev eral tilings. One of these was the extraordinary record made by them in the sale of a parcel of IS bales of scoured ex. sup. cpm., which realised 28 -rd, a figure without parellel since': the boom period of 1899-1900. It was sent by Messrs Edkins, Camp bell and Co., of Queensland, where it was grown, the scouring having been carried out in Sydney. Another pai'cel of scoured wools was that of Mr I). R. F. O'Connell, of Collarene bri, for which the firm obtained 26d. Another feature of the sale was the finely-sustained run of prices for crossbreds. Prominent amongst; these were consignments from Mr R. j Keyte, Major's Creek, Braidwood, i ISjd ; Mr Bernard: McGrath, Braid-, wood, lSd.; Mr C. McGrath, Braid wood, 18d. In merino, Messrs Chap man and Co., Armiclale, touched 18-^d A. Fen ton, Tingha, 18d ; and ..Tp« - eph Rees, DundeeflSd. ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

Car for Hire. ¥IL J. SMITH Wishes to inform the Public of Gilgandra and Western District generally that he has for Hire Two Fine Overland Gars " And is prepared to undertake motor trips over any distance. Reliable Drivers, with thorough knowledge of Cars. Every care exercised. The Usual Terms—Is per milfe Address— Wrigley St. 'Phone—No. 85 I.X.L. BAKERY. To the Residents of Gilgandra and District Having purchased 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. PW XTTT^T UlJ-iCyiLJN.DKA ai • JmL* JQULJBd AJ X , BATHXJRST. Telephones—23 Gilgandra ; 78 Bathurst Post Office Stores, Gulargambone F. MacCallum, General Draper & Costumiere. Costumes to Measure a Speciality. I have on hand a good stock of Heady-made costumes which are going at Remarkably Low Prices. A Hint to Sheepowners As wool salesmen Winchcombe...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

SCHOOL OF ARTS. A meeting of the School of Arts committee was held in the instita tion on Thursday evening of last week. The ^president (Mi*. G. Ran kin) oceapied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. R. Black all, W. Dewe, J. D. Srairthwaite,,. and the secretary (Mr. V. Hurley). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The financial statement showed the,institution to be in a very par Ioub condition. . The .balance at tbe bank is only £4 9s 6d, subscriptions collected that day- £2 Is 6d, sub scriptions collected by librarian* 9s 3d, and the subscriptions attaint ed to £17 4s. The liabilities ^to talled £13 2s lid, leaving a crea^-^, balance of about £5. 7 , In answer to Mr Smirthwaite, the secretary stated that the largest sum owing by one individual was £1 18s. Of the subscriptions owinj he estif . mated £12 as being good. \ ACCOUNTS. Accounts amounting to JbS'lls < were passed for payment, tho secre J tary to defray th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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DOMESTICATED QUEEN. QUEEN MARY'S THOUGHT FOR SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

QUEEN MARY'S THOUGHT FOR SERVANTS. Queen Mary is not only Queen uf England, she is also the queen of housewives, apcl a shining example not only to the women of the British Isles, biyjtf every woman throughout •the BritifnrEiiipire. ■i& Queen makes no attempt to eal the fact from her intimate friends she finds little pleasure in the " pomp and ceremonies of her high es tate,-^ and her husband, after her {■■■< children, and her household, are to < her thp most important things in * life:' A glimpse into the royal house ( hold will show that Queen Mary in terests herself in every detail of her a'y, household arrangements. Kach , morning the menus of the meals "which the chef proposes to serve at Majesties' table a»d in the var * "^otis other dining-rooms of the palace V'aa'e brought to the Queen for herap , ,> proval. HerMajesty reads them all f ' carefully,and often makes alterations, r particulaly,since the outbreak of war. When .she notices that the...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

As we are bci/ng continually approached w«th requests to suppress reports of public procc/edincs—policc court in par ticular—we/wish it to be clearly under stood t'natjve do n:>t intend to do so, ir respective® f person or persons. In a sense, the*>apcr which we publish be longs to thTe subscribers, who expect to get a fair record of all local public matters Plumber and Galvanised Ipg n worker Has removed to premises lately oc cupied by Mr. R. J. Carson, Miller ptreet (next to Wise and Oo.'s Store). Estimates given for all General Work. J!QI I0E Anyone found Trespassing or Damaging Fences on "Ashgrove," Collie, will be prosecuted without rcsnect to persons. A. RAN'KAIORE, Senr. wmim is ANYONE found Trespassing on the property of the undersigned, known as "Arthursleigh," or damaging fencing or gates, wili be pcosseutcd, without re spect to persons. All trespassing stock will be impound ed. ARTHURS LEIGH ESTATE. R. Van HEUCKLEUM, Manager. IMSURxlMGE Wast o? F.tc-j ftssidaat, GtS...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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TRAITORS TO LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

TRAITORS TO L&BO0. A vigoreas attack on the Jb'ederat Ministry was made at the A.W.U. Conference in Queensland during the discussion on the motion adopting any form oi conscription which did not include conscription of wealth. One speaker declared that the Fed eral Ministry had resorted to the worst of tactics. Another delegate considered the Ministers were trait ors to the Labor movement. Discussing the Queensland State hotel scheme the Assistant Home Sec retary (Mr Huxham)said that whilst members of the temperance bodies were against him, he knew he was on the right track with regard to the scheme, which would involve an ex penditure of from £20,000 to $30, 000.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

Metliodist Church. JiVo 30—Gilgandra 11 and 7.30, Cardan 3, Rev W. Jenkins; Bidden 3 Mr Ralph

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

ST. STANISLAUS' COLLEGE, BAT HURST, N.SAV., is' conductcd by the Fathers of the Congregation of the Mission\(Vincenti:snt>), under the patronage of the 'Right Rev. the Bishop of Bathurst. It i|S the oldest Catholic College in the Oonrmomvehlth, haying been founded in 1U7tj by Dr. Matthew Ouinn, first Bishop of Bathurst. The College buildings were crected "at a cost of over £20,000. It is situated on an eminence overlooking the Cit'w of the Plains, 2150 feet above sea level. The climate of Bathurst is consulkrcd by medical men as one of the •healthiest and the most salubrious in Australia. The College is registered under the Bursary Endowment Act. In the matter of secular studies, the College, while usually containing many pupils belonging to the elementary stage, occupies a middle piace between the Primary Schools and the University. Boys arc prepared for the Intermediate and "Leaving Certificates, for the Public Scrvicc, for the University Matriculation, Entrance Pharmaceutical ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

-A.dvcm.ce ' G-ilga.iiidpa, 1 CRYSTAL PICTURE PALACE! 8 WILL BE OPENED DURING FESRYJJSJR.^r I THE EXAGT DATE WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER. I The "Crystal Picture Palace," designed from a magnificent I 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 Ially 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.. that money can buy lias been secured. The Screaming Charlie Chaplin Pictures To see "Charlie" you must come to the Crystal. will dispense high-class and the latest popular music. The Theatre will be most brilliantly lighted throughout, a powerful electric plant being in stalled. In the main hall a 4000<-candle-power light will be used; an addition, electric motor driven fans, and 382 lights on front arch...

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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Jan. 28, 1916 "ON OUR SELECTION." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

J rJ'he popular Bert Bailey .Dramatic --.Company is making a comprehensive If tour of Isew South Wales country t ' i. towns, at the conclusion of their sea h\ eon ^18 ®y^1J0y Theatre Royal, ' s^/^and will be visiting Gilgandra at an early date with the famous Australian ,'Comedy-drama "On Our Selection." 5The full, company of 21 people ir. cludi«g>ihe cast, business manage ment, machinist, property ruan, and I h;-\' musical'director will tour. VA \ jfU ' ■

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

\ Mr and' Mrs James McGrath wish to thank all relatives and kind friends for I their kindness and sympathy in their f ^ -recent bereavement.

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THE WAR LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

The response of the country to the Govern merit's call fur men bus been magnificent, and the conduct oY these Australians under fire the alrnira tion of the civilized world. IVVbat these soldier sons of Australia! have done will prove a heritage of /incal culable benefit to our future genera tions, and in addition repays in a measure the Mother Country in her hour of need, for a protection which lias enabled us fo enjoy the fullest liberty the world has known. It is to be hoped that the country's call for money will bo as successful as was the call for men. Many millions are needed to eq'iip and maintain our troops, at least on an equality with the Kaiser's hordes. There are in this country vast supplies of ■wealth. To holders of this, to great institutions and to the wage earner, fcbe Government now appeals for subscriptions to the second War Loan. For the modest subscriber to a £10 bond, and for the holder of thousands of pounds of inscribed stock, the investment is a go«d one and...

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STICKING TO THE LOT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

STICKING TO THE LOT * The Tenterfield Shire Council lias decided to hold the Australia Day Grinds, amounting to about £1600, as if they "were raised for tlie Australian ■wounded soldiers and sailors only. Th& municipal council hold about ;£700, and it bos beta decided to bold a joint conference regarding the disposal of the funds. At a meeting of the commitee last -week it was stated that the Sydney com mi tees songht the country eommitee's co operation. in collecting fuuds, but us urped the "whole of the distribution to themselves. The meeting strongly favored the decentralisation of the -work.

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NATIONAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 28 January 1916

Millions of men have volunteered for service on land and sea, and have heroically faced hardships and perils of the battlefield nnder conditions of warfare ruthless beyond any former experience in the annals of the world. Wives have let their husbands go; mothers their sons. But, whilst the response has been splendid in many quarters, there has been shirking in other directions. Has the State no claim upon those who thus neglect their duty? Is the defence and exis tence of the Empire a matter on which the citizens are free to act as from individual standpoint and without relation to those -larger duties invol ved in tbe very act of citizenship? For the good of all, and so as to secure a general compliance with what is for the general good, the State enforces compulsory taxation, it requires com pulsory vaccination, it enforces com pulsory education, it imposes com pulsory sanitary regulations. All these things include a measure of in terference with individual liberty. But chey are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916

go.to Gar money > , 1/&1 \ * t Jr } i , > 4 tA'1 ^ .1 , >, J 'ikl—rf %*** k. eh rmk^hc^ nmM.nu >{ ,» •** 3 ,»- , *" « •>., * <f <✓ ~-fcj ' J- S."1 *" ~ % f A "V *- <• "• ' f >-S 1 h * 1 *' Anotfaar © III, Cmi> M * f * I Staid,, Long-Headed. old General, right in. the front leadis^the way. Thousands morfr. wanted to j©an in the GREAT NIARCH TO OARLIHG'3 Bid STHHES ^ where the^totory-over-high .-prices is sure. <- v\ , First Great Spread - BOOTS:; AND^SHOES. a great factor in the great march. No excuse if you toe notgodd hoots^ High in quality, lowJn*f»]ri6& %; *, v \ '• / *,^v r i; .Tv •"» < > (. £, v • ,*- *■ .'• "'y'-JZv^-ypP':- --- S; - -A -h. 7, &■ fi: I-:/. v.v •'-■■• ■ vni»». v£ ■ <&m -tw . Second Spread ' -■MEN'S AND .YOUTH'S HATS, SUITS, SHiRTS, AND TIES, just what is wanted for a big Xntja§spruc@*up after the march in heat and dust. ■M. ■' "sC-1 ~ - '-Whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916

THE EXACT DATE WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER. The 6'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., ft 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, h'0t . only in the'building appointments, but in the quality of the shows ■tobe produced. .... -/ that mousy e&n buy has been sesured, The n arlie Chaplin Pi .§86 u >52 Istss popular-music. The Theatre will be most 'brilliantly lighted throughout, a powerful electric plant being in-' la the main hall a ^ftOrcandle-power light will be used; in- addltions electric motor driven fans,and S82 lights on front arch of parapet which will, illuminate the whole street. ■■ ."We Haire arranged for'the Best. ■ r- The will get the Seal Biiijag' Watch for the Date of Opening in - this

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