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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) DRINK—THE GREATEST OF ALL CURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
(To the Editor.) BRINK—THE GREATEST OF ALL CURSES. Sir,—The country has liad its full -of the drinkers through this harvest. At present I am working two thresh ing machines, with 22 men each, and through this heat wave the drinkers only work a. few hours and days. Ife seems that, though the men are a real good, class,' I he drink weakens 'them in srttfii an extent th*f they are al;n- st useless. B-«ys of 17 years an easily work alongside them without' any trouble. Many employers have had their te,ams id.U fcr Christmas week, whi'e the nieii w.&lt;?re drinking-. | Drink is not a temptation born with ur, but only an acquired htfbifc. JPnthers and mothers, is it not worth the fight of oat- lives to try.and pro tect our dear children by blotting out, like Russia, this deadly eurser. Yonrs, etc., E. S. TVVlGGr, Cowra.
PERSONAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
PERSONAL PARS. / ■ ' . / '•.Another politician who has takoii ishe war very seriously is Mr Hainp-\ «on, who also took care to send to the newspapers a copy of the letter he wrooe to his son, in which he stated that if his son would not go to the war he woo Id take his place un the firing line. ( «= * * Said Mr Wade : "The Govern ment has thrown down the gauntlet and we (the Opposition) will not be slow to take it up," etc. Thus the political war will rage fiercely and without bare gloves during the Par ramatta contest, while the Common wealth appeals and begs all and sun dry to unite in helping the Empire in the terrible conflict with its enemies. * ->:= * It is just on the cards that..the Parramatta seat will go to Mr P. Walfoid, the Labourite who gave the late Mr T. R. Moxham the tight i of his political life at the last gener- i al election., Mr W. F. Jago, a sort j of Independent Liberal, refused to stand down, and his 815 vutes made j :the second ballot inevitable, as Mox h...
Evangelical Lutheran Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
Evangelical Lutheran Church Feb 6—Gilgandra 10.30 a.m. Feb 13—Biddon 10 a.m.' Feb 27—Biddon 10 a.m., Gilgan dra 3 p.m. Rev. E. Graebnc-r. The Victorian Amateur Turf Glut, in persuance of its policy in giving all profits from meetings at Caulfield to patriotic funds, gave iSlIOO to the Minister for Defence,and dBlOOtoother funds. This is the first distribution from the profits of the present finan cis 1 year. H.J. Varcoe has for sale New and Seconhand Cars'. If you want to buy a car, or any class of machinery, call on Varcoe. Expert advice costs you nothing, and saves you pounds. Ad dress—Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra.
CHEQUE FOR TWENTY GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
CHEQUE FOR TWENTY GUINEAS. A pleasant function tsok place ac the Royal Hotel, Gilgandra, when Ml*. J. i\ Allen, late manager of the Union Bank, was presented by the citizens of G-ilgandra and district with a cheque for 20 guineas. The function was arranged within four hours of Mr. Allen's departure, bnfc there was a good attendance, not withstanding. The presentation was made by Or. W. A. Barden, Presi dent of the Shire Council, and sev eral of those present spoke in terms of appreciation of- Mr. Allen, both as a banker and a citizen. Mr. Allen, who has gone to manage the branch at Parkes, made a very effective reply* A further cheque will be sent to Mr. Allen, to be utilised as a gift for his wife. &lt;: Mr G. Mcllveon, of ^Orlauda,'9 Oollie, was taken into Dubbo Hospit al on Thursday, suffering from m blood poisoned hand, '
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
STOCK REPORT. Messrs E. H. Taylor and Co. re port as follows :—Bullocks £18/17, steers £11, to £14, and cows to £15/5." We sold a/c T. Gordon B bullocks and steers £14 to £18/19, 6 cows £11/15, 3 vealers £5/11 and 1 heifer £10/9. A/c Windsor 1 cow £13/5, a/c Tremain 1 cow £13, a/c J. Sewell 1 cow £15/5, 1 cow £12/11 vealer £8/11. A/c Marsdem 2 cows £11/12, cow £9/5, steer £8/11, 5 mixed £4/18 to £9/6 and 1 calf £2/2. Fat sheep keen demand. Market fully 1/ higher. About 300 forward of which we yarded 200 and sold a/c J. Glasson 6 xbreds 23/, and 98 mer ino wethers 19/7, a/c J. Sewell 13 ewes 14&lt;/6d and 27 xbred lambs, ^mall 14/5, a/c A. McKenzie 5G merino mixed 18/
THE DREAM SUITOR. GIRL'S THREE YEAR'S IMAGINARY COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
THE DREAM SUITOR. GIRL'S THREE YEAR'S IMAGINARY COURTSHIP. Jfi uTjxe^,s'tory of a young' girl music j teacher who was wooed for three -•u/fcr years by a "dream" suitor is dis ^ closed in au Atlantic Georgiay des ■ patch published in the New; York '"Herald." The music, teacher is Miss Julia Choate Crumley, daugh ter oi Rev. Howard Lee Crumley, superintendent of the Baptist Or phan's Home, Atlanta. Three years ago, on her return from Baltimore, where she under went an operation, she informed her -3 ^family that her life had beew saved ;;k, I Hby "Dr. Alleyne Heusley," a' Quebec ^ " widower with one child, and the phy ff , fcician who attended her at the hos :.g- pital. Sook letters post marked "Que t;, bee" - arrived with boxes of sweets and flowers. She said they came from "the doctor" and one day an nounced her engagement to him. About a year later she stated that >- her iiancee was ill in Baltimore, and was unable to marry her, but that she was going to see him. She ■wrote from ...
COMMERCIAL SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
SYDNEY WOOL SALES Winchcombe Carson and Co., Ltd., wire that tliej'' sold 5,300 bales of wool at the Sydney sales on Wednes day. The market was particularly buoyant, Japanese buyers bidding exceptionally keenly.. We obtained for Wiseman Bros., Bundarra 20d, Alfred Male, Wagga, 19§d, Toshack, Garland, 19£-d, H. Johnston, Armi dale, 19£d, Moffat Bros., Armidale, IQ-d, A. Faithful, Goulburn, 19~d, Macintosh and Sous, Bathurst, 19£d, Burmina Station, Monaro, 19|d? W. j. McLennan, Armidale, 19|d, R. Bell, Armidale, li^d, John R. Med way, Gunning, ISf-d, G\ T. Morviee, Mossvale, 18^d, A. Earrell, New Eng land, 18|d, J. Barry, Qoulburn, 18|ds G\ Manuel, Armidale, 18jd.
GULAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
GULAR RICES. ■" 1 ■ The annual race meeting of the Gulargambone Jockey Club was held on Wednesda3r and Thursday last, and was the most successful yet held under the auspices of the Club. Re sults :—■ FIRST DAY. Opening Handicap.—Caru. Dhu 1, Bairnkine 2, Wedgewood 3. Weenya Handicap.—Romont 1, Archmont 2, Jack o' the Green 3. Novice Handicap.—Greenstone 1, Anchovey 2, Butterform 3. Patron's Handicap—-Sunny Park 1, King's Colors 2, Romont 3. Trial Stakes.—Haver's Hope 1, Lady Mai vane 2, Lady Adeline 3. Munnell Handicap.—Tide 1, Ivie war 2, Lew 3. Second Day. Flying Handicap—-Freesia 1, Wedgewood 2, Tipster 3. Eirraw Handicap—Lew 1, FJyeia 2, Lad\r Adeline 3. Newcomers' Handicap.—Green stone 1, Anchovey 2. G'.ular Handicap.—111 Thought 1, Sunny Park and Freesia dead heat 2. Trial Stakes—Haver's Hope I, Lady Mai vane 2, Archmount 3.. Railway Handicap.—Jack o' the Green 1, Lew 2, Tipster 3,
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
j (To the Editor.) Sir,—Your issue of 21st insfc. con tains, certain matter which calls for no' uncertain comment., Daring a mVeh'ng of.. the SVire Council, the president is reported as saying, ''he coi-jiklered it a cruel thing to ask men to walk in such oppressive weather." This from fcbe President of the Shire and President of the. Shire.Recruiting Association, strikes one as utterly incompatible with bin position in the above named offices. And, coming from the ( ead of a. recruiting organisation in Gilgandra, the birth place of route marches, makes one gravely doubt whether i the right man is in the right place. Councillor Stanley, in a burst of consumm«te egotism, also expresses himself as opposed to route marches* with the air of one who feels his own I worthless opinion will at once be ac cepted as Gospel by all the woild. So we have ths spectacle of the Shiie Council unanimously refusing to subscribe one penny towards a. route march from iis very own dis trict. , Let us gra...
CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Churcb} Gilgandra—1st and 2nd Snnday Mass 8 and 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 10 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. v Gular—Every Saturday before second Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. B inn away—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mass 7 a.m. Rerliwaugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass S a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—A'lass once a month as by local arrangement. ...Rev. -Father Parker.
LETTERS FROM THE FRONT NEWS FROM THE FIRING LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
IETTERS FROM THE FROfif'' ■■ ■ , : ■ ■ , &lt; • . :j ■■■:. ■ ; —♦- _ ; J NEWS FROM THEMRINp ■" : LINE. j Trooper E. F. Byrnes, writing, to Nurse Mudie says:—We are away put in the desert, miles from no where, bat are doing pretty goorl ■work up to date with these black mongrels. These Arabs are evefy ■bit as cruel as 'the-,Ger'mans.";"~-;;-ThBy rare savages, they kill the poor help less wounded by inches if they get hold of them (seeing is believing). If I had my way there would be no.' prisoners taken-—I would kill them like dogs. This is a wild, deserted,, sandy part of the world. I have not seen a tree or a blade of grass ; and rain—don't mention it. They had 7 points here last year, and none tlris year up to date, it is now December 18th,* so it will soon want to fall to get any for this year. ■ A. Wessell, writing to Mrs Menzies zander date Nov, 19 says : We have a very good service for letters acid papers, they come: and go alright, ;but as for parcels, well please jus...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
SCRAPS. Mr Higgs says the A.M.P. Society has invested a million pounds in the second war loan which closed on ' Tuesday. From January 9th to Janaary 15th 2164 men enlisted in New South Wale3, Queensland following with 987. & # * Mr Hall saj^s that the returned soldiers do not want charity. They were rightly entitled to adequate re cognition for what they had done. * * # Mr C. G-. Wade told a meeting at Drummoyne that if returned to power he would do away with the second ballot in favor of preferential voting. ^ Attorney-General is hopeful that il be long before far mers received " -.compensa tion for the wheat seized undei. Acquisition Act. % * Mr Edward Flood, a very old resi dent^ Quambowe died at his resi dence at Rand wick, Sydney, on Thursday last at the age of S4 years.. * * * * The Barrier unionists are appeal ing to American, South African and English unionists for immediate as sistance. # * * Captain Eade, commander of the Baiharst military camp, now rides as a chor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
>v • . - ,^,v' ^ ... #• - .. • Hitchen's Mid-Summer Sale Starts .Saturday, Jan. 22nd, and continues for 3'-weeks With fully three mont hs of summer-still ahead, this is a wonderta! genuine, psry department will show a wencierfyl sawing* ! Here are just a few sf the spesiaSs: Maraf 1@ Separtmerst Jap Crepe Kiminos, sale 3s (5d Tussore Silk Coat and Skirt, sale price 12s 9d Silk Blouses, sale price 4s lid, 7s 6d, Ss 14d Menslue Robes.—Just a few only to be cleared at half marked price The whole of our well-assorted stock of Blouses, Skirts ?nd Costumes to be cleared at big re ductions Manchester Department. Special White and Colored Towel, sale price lOd White Table Damask, sale price lOd Twill Sheeting double width,-Is yd 36in White Calico, sale price 3s lid. 4s 3d, 5s, 6s 6d dozen All these Jiues are advancing in price. Now is the time to secure them Dress Department Frosted Crepe, double width, all colors, sale price Is lid White Frosted Crepe, double width, sale price Is 9d Pri...
N.S.W. SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
The Commissioners of the Govern racnt ; Savings Bank of New, South Wales—the State Savings Institut ion—are prepared\tfcreceive for safe custody Commgmwealth War Loan bonds , frora depositors,- without charge. Bonds iMa^.Jb.e^jtedged any ~,Jotaipj^r-p£ the bank, whenKan official l^ecfeTpff $ill be issued for Jfiem. De '^pp.gitors in towns where there is no '■ •branch of „ the bank rnoy forward their bonds, by registered post, direct .to the Secretary, Head Office, 11 . Moore Street,-"Sydney, who will for ward an official receipt by. return mail. As each half-yearly interest date arrives, the interest coupons will be detached by the bank and the amounts credited to the owner's bank account.
District Properties. "Allansville." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
'Owned By MJr. W. M. Harris. At the present time the districiv.of 'Tooraweenah—tliafc locality noted) in ordinary times for its' picturesque ness, and always.for its wonderful productiveness—is not wearing its accustomed cheery -aspect. It has •come through a particularly trying time:—possibly the worst 011 recoid ; its harvest yield was much below the average ; yet the fact stands out that its resources are still there ; its fer tility beyond question ; and the peo ple responsible for its present ad vanced stage of development are as determined as ever to push on and make their district loom large in the eyes of the State. On his visit to the district last week, the Hon. J. H. Cann, Minister for Works, was heard to say, " Most people, when they are ^after a railway, will tell you what THE RESIDENCE OF MR. AND MRS. W. N. HARRIS. they will do when they get it; in tlie case of Tooraweenah, I am sur prised at what you have done with out a rail way," The .Minister could not have put the...
"ON OUR SELECTION." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 4 February 1916
"ON OUR SELECTION." —>——® — On Friday night next, 11 th "the Bert Bailey Company, direct from the Theatre "Ro3ral, Sydney, will ap peat!, for positively one night only, at the Australian" Hall, in the ex , ceedingly popular and irresis table mirth provoking drama "On Our . Selection." The entire company of ... twenty-one members will comprise ~ identically the same artists who have been presenting the play from Ss one end of Australia to the other, with the exception of Miss Lesley Adrienne, the -young and charming artist who has recently beeu taking : King's Theatre audiences' hearts by, ' storm: All the well I©ved charact ers of Steel Rudd's delightful book are preserved in this enthralling •comedy dmmaj.and are presented so faifchfeaiil|^'li|tfc. the audience might jbe look;ingv,ai.the very originals spun out of a clever author's brain so real istic is the setting of the play and so '• natural the portraiture. Everybody who has read the book, ' vantl tl use who haven't, will h...