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DROYER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

DROYER FINED. A prosecution for breaches of the Act was dealt with at Coonamble Police Court last week, when E. Carney, in charge of a mob of 1400 travelling sheep from Mungindi to Dandaloo, and which had come from Queensland, was summoned by the Stock Inspector on charges of having neglected to have the sheep legibly branded with the owner's brand, and also with having failed to secure a permit. The P.M. imposed a fine of £b, professional costs £1 lis 6d, court costs Gs, in default a month's imprisonment, for the neglect to brand the sheep, and 5s, professional costs £1 lis 6d, court costs 6s, for travelling without a permit. The -total fine and costs amounted to £9.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

Messrs. G: Barnes ar.ci E. Nun, of Biunaway, drew C}rklou in tlie No. 1 Consultation on the Caul field Cup, us a result of which they will divide .£1000. The forfeited improvement lease •of 640 acres, parish of Berida, county ..Ewenmar, Gilgandra Shire,- which was reserved from sale under section 206, has been revoked. - # # * At the Wellington District/vGourt Elizabeth Bell sued for divorce from •George Bell, on the grounds of mis ■condnct with Emily McEnally. a foi rner resident of Dubbo. His Honor found the issue proved. * # •* A noticeable feature at the races this week was the improvements ef fected on the course. In this direc tion £\ considerable amount, of money has been spent judiciously, and the committee of the Jockey Club has good work to show for it. I * * * Miss Briggs, oue of the most popu lar and painstaking teachers that the Gilgandra Public School has ever had, will most likely be leaving for another appoinlment at an early date, having received word which indicate...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

SCRAPS. The Queensland Government is negotiating for, the purchase- of two collieries to be" used as State coal mines, . -z -k The Wanganui (N.Z.) Jockey Club has devoted the profits .from the recent meeting, amounting to £730, to the Patriotic Fund. . At the Fielding patriotic carnival in New Zealand for the wounded soldiers' fund, a flag was auctioned and realised £8250. The "Herald" ; estimates the Hew South. Wales wheat crop at 53,734, 000 bushels, averaging 13 busliels to the acre. This will be a record crop. The Queensland Government has j .seized 7000 head of sheep under tho belief that-, they have been sold for consignment to New South Wales and Victoria. A RotoruaJ^.Z.) resident named Gillies has Qlfered £1000 for the es tablishment of an aviation school, and has also offered the free use of a site on the Lake shore. The meat purchased by the New Zealand Government on behalf of the Imperial authorities comprises 1,624, 000 carcases of mutton, 2,595,000 ear cases of lamb, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

j We have Just opened', the first] ' lot of [OUP Jew Spring Millinery i-Tfiey 'comprise .all the.' ¥EHY LA-! !:' ' TEST CREATIONS' .in 'MacIelss j Ready-to-Wears, Washing,' - Panamas, and Shapes. SPECIAL TRIMNiiNfi. 1 Military Stripe Sills, isioiiicilug Na- | ¥a1 Brigade,. London-Scottish, 1 Oordons, aiid -R,A.R{3.G. TLase 1 Military Stripes are playing I a prominent'part in the New. | • Season's Trimmings 1 We GordsaSSy invite Your Visit Of Inspection, for we are confident that we have maintained" our re pufcrtion for exclusive novelties,and-up-to-date styBes'.. J. H. KITCHEN 3 -Where. Quality Always Counts

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

To Stand the Season at v; GIIiGANDRA &nd . travel where sufficient io duc^isent is offered, the pure bred .Clydefidalo Stallion. Jewel Crown 517 C.S.B. Bred by Giles Carey, Albury. .Foaled October, 1905. Jewel Crown is a dark lja5r, stand ing 17 hands with plenty of bone and hair, holds the Government's life certificate, and has gained the following first prizes At two-years • old first at Albury and Border P. A. and II. Society's annual Show, 1907 ; first, prize at Rutherglen and Murray 'Valley'A. and II. Society, 1907 ;fii\st prize; at Corowa P.A. and II. Seciety's Annual Show, J907 ; first prize at Talangatta A. and P. Show, I90S, 2nd Gilgandra Carnival j 1911; 2nd prize Gilgandra Show, 1912 1st prize Gilgandra Carnival 1912; 2nd prize Dubbo Show, 1913; 2nd prize, f »Gilgandra Show 1913; 1st Gilgandra Carnival, 1913. Sire, Crown Jewel (imp. Jn'.Z.), g sire Shepherd Lad (imp.) ; gg sire Herd Laddie (2863, C.S.B.), gggsire Jemmie Gray (1454, C.S.B.), gggg sire Lord Lion (48...

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With the "Coo-ees." FROM TOWN TO TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

FROM TOira TO TOWN - - y - ; ' • From our Special "Representative Twe "ty-six additional men joined "the Gilgandra " Coo-ees " at Wel lington. So, together -svitb Gilgan dra's 31, Dnbbo's 9, Wongarbon's 8, •and Geurie's 2, 76 sworn recruits marched out of Wellington on Mon V day morning. More have caught up since, and still more are known to have thought the matter over • and will catch up in a day or two. The strength now, therefore, including -attached staff cf enthusiastic assist-, ants, is about 90. Advices are to the eftect that numbers of men are only •waiting for us to come along to their towns, when they will join in the march. After leaving Wellington lunch was prepared by the " Coo-ees' " chef tit Mr. J. Offner's faim, before finish ing the day's tramp to Dripstone. Mr. Offner is a brother of Mr. Chris. Offner, of Gilgandra. A fine large .Red Ensign was presented to the " Coo-ees " by Mr. Bertie Gad en.soon after leaving Wellington, and this flag now floats from the top of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

Consign your BUTCHERS* PRODUCE TOR SKI IMS RABBIT SKiNS, ©to, PIGS, OALVES iA agk'ficsni1 chokes Best Paddocm at FkSMiwGxoa Kemp-BrHce & Christie, - - . ——-—■.. .■■■■■ —.r— TO HilL^OU & 00. & Higher-Price; and Prompt Retu;rtte< / . Sazxraa Aoiswm Ohm Special Agents i ■ - ■ ' '■ • ■;

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ANOTHER FOR THE FRONT SIGNALLER BERT GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

ANOTHER FOR THE FRONT SIGNALLER BERT GIBSON". , One of the largest crowds that ever assembled in a hall at Gilgan dra was that which mustered on I hursday night 1 fist to bid good-bye to Signaller Bert Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gibson,',o£ this town. Bert is off to the front, and was ou final, leave, when the opportunity was taken to make him certain pre sentations. In passing it may be said that Mr. Bert Gibson is one of the best liked young men of the town, and is made of the light stuff. Steady, sober, industrious, and these qualifications coupled with smartness 'should make him an ideal soldier of the King. "Bert" is a man likely to make his mark, and we were all proud to see him .in khaki. . The hall was appropriately decorated with flags—the hall in which, as expert, operator for his father's pictures, lie had given amusement and education to thousands of our people. Signaller Gibson's entry into the hall was marked by ringing cheers from all sides. He was escorted by 1 m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

Mr S. W. Markham Mills has-returned" to town, and may be consulted at his rooms as usual. Mr Mills' personal at tention to all dental work is in itself sufficient guarantee. ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/& For Children's Hacking c@ugh at Night ■■■/ ■. ,■ /

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LOOKS LIKE A SPLIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

LiOOKS LIKE A SPLIT. It is understood that the State Caucus is not a happy family. There is a solid party from 16 to IS which is against the Government on practi cally every important matter. A lot of manoeuvring is going on at pre sent. ' The forces are being marshal led, and -whan the full strength of the recalcitrants is obtained it may be found that the Government is in the minority. Two or three believe that Mr. Hoi man is conscious of the dangers which threaten the Ministry, and is taking steps to counteract them. Lobby rumor states that he recently proffered his resignation, but was prevailed upon not to take such a drastic step. At last week's Cau cus matters were lively. A document had been signed asking.for a meeting to consider the question of continued employment of persons of alien origin in the civil service. Mr. Holman stated definitely that the Govern ment had considered the matter in all its phases, and did not consider it was necessary to take any further action. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

A.S.Sarro!9 PHARIACEUTICAL CHEMIST Miller St., Gilgandra. Sole Agent for HBMO PILE CURE. Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3a Horatio Ecveridge, Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR CONVEYANCER' AND LA-ND AGENT <■'■■■ TRUST FUNDS TO LEND. ' aTf. fitzhardingb Solicitor, 8lc Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Latety occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend on approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. No Commission. * All descriptions of Land Business. A CARD. Y. «J. KELLY ' Late of Wellington , Solicitor, Proctor, and Attorney, Etc., Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambone and outside centres as required. . Wolaroi Grammar School, Orange 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day School for Boys | A sound education by highly qualified I Sraduate stafl to the University Higher! Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid...

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SOCIAL AT TOORAWEENAH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

SOCIAL AT TOORAWEENAH. There is to be a big "kick up " at Tooraweenah 011 Friday, November 5th, in the shape of a social in aid of the funds of the Tooraweenah Re1 cruiting and Our Boys Comforts' Association. There will be dancing and a musical programme. During the evening x'ecruiting addresses will be delivered by Messrs. W. V. Dow ling, J. L. Brown, and A. E. Perkins, and a call for recrnits made. At this function a number of Tooraweenah boys will be present on final leave, and the people of the district will give them a royal welcome. During the evening a presentation will be made to Mr. K.^K. Stewart, prior to his departure from the district, whose people have for him the greatest ad miration and respect. Mr. Stewart, who has enlisted for active service, will shortly go into camp. This is to be a big function, and virtually the whole Tooraweenah district will be present.

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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gligandra, Friday Oct. 29, 1915 P. AND A. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

— THE — GUMMA WEEKLY . i Gligandra, Friday Oct. 29, !9i5 P. AND A. ASSOCIATION A meeting of the Gilgaadra P. and A. Association was held on.Sat urday afternoon last. Present : Messrs R. Stanley (chair), Creen aune, Hickman, McKenzie, Reichalt, Wake, Rogers, Stockings, Rankin, Rolls, A. Wilson,"'Anderson, and the secretary (Gordon Christie). A letter was received from Mrs Blacket, who judged at the recent show, stating she was pleased to help the Association iffany way, and did not wish for expenses, donating same to the Association. A vote of thanks was passed to Mrs Blacket and Mr McCntcheon. Mr McCntcheon forwarded his res ignation, stating that he wished the Association every success, and that he wished to donate his prize money, JB9, to the Association. Mr. Creenaune moved, seconded by Mr. McKenzie, that Mr. McCnt cheon be asked to rcconsider his re signation.—Carried. The sub-committee deputed to in spect the,sanitary arrangements on the show ground, reported that the men's qua...

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GILGANDRA J. C. RACES. FOR HOSPITAL AND AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

GILGANDRA ,/. C, RACES. for hospital and' austra lia /Day fund. / The grasjffed• race meeting under the anspic^ ul the Gilgaudra Jockey Cinb, in aicVof the fands of the Dis trict Hospital and Australia Day i movement was. held on Wednesday I and Thursday,; under ideal weather S conditions. Oh the opening day the | attendance was'not large, and it was | considered the' public should have I accorded the' meeting a greater I amount of \support. In mitigation, | however, it must be said that the | races were held at a bad time, most I of the district people being actively | engaged in haymaking. From an actual racing point of view, however, ! the meeting was a' splendid success. Right throughout it was good, and the public had the satisfaction of seeing some particularly close finishes. Many improvements of a necessary character have been effect ed on the course. The secretary (Mr. W. C. Dewe) is again to be congratulated on the, excellence of the arraagements, and for the satis factory...

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A WOMAN'S BLUNDER. V.C.'s WHITE FEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

V.O.'s "VV HITE ■FEATHER. Here is a true story : It was nearly half-past seven o'clock one evening, and in a lounge of one of London's most famous restaurants were little groups of people chatting before dinner. A young man, very brown, ■with keen eyes and clean cut features, was sitting alone, ob viously waiting for friends. He was"'in evening dress. Two girls in oue of the groups looked round at him once or twice, and at last one of them detached herself from her friends, and with an. air of-resolution walked across to the lonely man-op posite. "Pardon me," she said, "I have something for you." The man jump ed to his feet, and the girl put into his hand a white feather, A little smile flitted over his face. "It is strange," he saH, and took something from a waistcoat pocket, "that on one and the same day I should receive two such distinguish ed decorations." He opened his hand (says the "Daily Graphic"),'- and in the palm lay a little bronze cross with the two words, "For Valor,'"...

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SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT An engagement of interest to Aus | tralians that has recently been an ! noanced is that of Mr. Rupert 0. Y. Carrington, only son of Colonel Rup ! ert Carrington, and nephew and heir j of the Marqais of Lincolnshire, with 1 the Hon. Sybil Colville, daughter of Lord Colville. Mr. Carrington, who holds a commission as lieutenant in the 5th Dragooa Guards, has been at the front since the outbreak of this war, and has been -wounded three times. He is couuected with many well-known Sydney families, as his mother was a Miss Horsfall, and his grandfather formerly owned Widgie wa and numerous other station pro perties in Australia. It is expected that the wedding will take place al most immediately in London. >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

Ladies and Genjfcs boots an<J 8&®eg at Garling's, extra good /value, iwgihj in qualify low in priced-©

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GULAR HOTEL CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

GUIiAR HOTEL CHANGES It is undei^stood that Mr. Daniel Muuro, late licensee of the Collie Hotel, has purchased Mr. Gibbs' in terest in the> Club House Hotel at Gulargambone. While we have pleasure (writes our correspondent) in welcoming Mr. Munro t© the district as a citizen we also regret to lose Mr. Gibb, as it is understood that the severing of his connection with the hotel means the severing of his con nection with the town. This gentle man has always taken a keen interest in anything that had for its object the advancement of the town and j district. We wish Mr. Gibb, wife, ! and family a long and prosperous I career. * 1 ■ r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

DRAMA BROWNE COMEDY—One of the latest SCENIC STAR FEATURE—By Lubin. 3200ft A.B. COMEDY COMEDY Showing beauty Competition. 1000ft KEYSTONE COMEDY—A Button Burster a b a r flag KINETOGRAPHY INTEREST FILM STAR. FEATURE. 3200ft. Don't miss this. A real beauty. MAJESTIC COMEDY SYNOPSIS—Just a scrap of paper—The violating of Belgian neutrality—Belgian cavalry and soldiers off to the front—Britain mobollses her fleet—Britain declares war—The King bids good-bye to the officers of the flagship—Off to protect the Motherland—Call to the colors—Britain's leaders—Kitchener's first expeditionary force—The desolation of Belgium—The navy's first slap at the Germans—The Battle off Heligoland—France mobilising her millions—India's representatives—The Dominion's splendid response—The Russians—The end of the Emden—Cavalry charge—Boys of the Bulldog breed—The Lusitania. the submarine, and the result —The Baby Killers at work—AUSTRALIA'S RESPONSE—Enlisting—The embarkation—In Egypt—At GallipoJi—The Return...

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ST. STEPHEN'S, GILGANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

I ST. STEPHEN'S, GILGANDRJL. \ • The Rev. Pendleton'Stewart, B.A.j will preach at St. Stephen's, Grilgau dra, on Sunday, October 31st, and again on 7th November. The rev. gentleman's visit will be in connec tion with the call to this parish, to fill the vacancy caused by the de parture of the Rev. Arnold Boyd, M.A. He is visiting Dnbbo on a similar mission. The Rev. Mr. Stew art has the reputation of. being an.j excellent preacher.

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