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WHEAT DEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

WHEAT DEALING. The Minister for Agriculture is de termined there shall be no specul ation in wheat or grain if he can pre vent it. lie says anjiuan who buys farmers'; certificates for the Govern merit advance will find he cannot col lect the money, as the banks will not lionor certificates if they come by any ether hands than those of the persons to whom they were issued. He has also given instructions that wheat from speculators will not be received into the pool, which is for farmers' wheat only. The pool has been ar ranged in order that any excess in price obtained above the Government advalice of 3s a bnshel made to farmers should be distributed 'equally among the wheat growers.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE OF RACEHORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

SALE OF RACBHOKSES. Dr. Adams, of Dabbo, submitted, his racehorses Montauk and Marcom ifce at the Orange blo©d stock sales on Thursday, but neither changed hands. Ko bid was forthcomingfor Montauk, while Ma.rcomitQ was passed in at BO guineas. Mr. P. 0. Weston purchased Brown and Pink, a well-known west ern district -performer, who has raced t Gilgandra on. more than one occa^ sion, for 120 guineas. The White Knight was passed in at 50 guineas. The Acolyte, for whom £1300 was at one time refused, was sold for 31 guineas. Mr. R. Hicks, of jSTarro mine, secured Malaig for 25 guineas, Newhaven (by Carbine), who daring his racing career won over £13,000 in prize money, including the V.R.C. Derby and Melbourne Gup, was sold for 20 -guineas. Newliaven is now 23 years old. The first batch of the Gilgandra "Coo-ees" to leave for the front will sail at thepend of the present week. • About 15 "men have been transferred into an. earlier reinforcement of the same battalion, which the rest of th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR MAN SPEAKS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

LABOR MAN SPEAKS OUT. At a meeting of the Footseray (Vic.) branoh of the F.L.L., the sec retary, who tendered his resignation, both as secretary and as a member of the branch, said he was sorry to withdraw from the Labor movement, but an infamous rule, recently intro duced, for hi d ding..-me mbcrs of—the P.L,L;' from associating themselves with temperance and church societ ies, demanded too great a price. He was not going to be dictated to by a coterie of Kaisers at the Trades Hall. The Labor movement was beiwg bossed by soulless opportunists, and was being torn to pieces by political wolves branded with the union label Laborites were surely heading for slaughter like lambs.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Methodist, Church. Feb lo—GiJgandra 11 and 7.30, B.ddon 3 Rev 0. Wesley Private R. J. Gavin, one of the Gi'gnr.dra b^sys at the front, is re ported il! in hospital at Alexandria.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

[LETTERS FOB SQLDXEBS. Steamers leaving Sydney for Lon- j don via tiie Suez Canal, carry letters for soldiers in Egypt and the Dar danelles. Letters should be posted at Gilgandra the Thursday before the vessel sails. Particulars of Roy al Mail'steamers leaving Sydney are as follows :—Medina, February 19th; Mongolia, March 1st ; Malwa, March 15th ; Qrontes, March 22nd. The postal authorities desire it to be tnown that although most of the troops have been withdrawn from Gallipoli, no alteration cjf'the address is necessary. Address all letters as formerly.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Evangelical Lutheran Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Evangelical -Lutheran Church Fob 1H—Biddon 10 Feb 27—Bidden 10, Gilgandra S Rev. E. Graebner.

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WHEAT LUMPERS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

WHEAT LUMPERS STRIKEV ; The wheat lumpers al loibes'; rail way station wenfeion strike one day flas't vltek, and tlltfugh their cessation from work was of brief duration, it caused a good,deal of congestion and inconvenience^; The / men had been receiving 4s 6a per 100 bags for the lumping of.,the wheat, which agree ment with the agents was observed^ until MoilSay, when a new agent ap peared on the scene and made it known that elsewhere he had been paying 6s per 100 bags, with the proviso that the men put down the sleeper platforms and also roof the wheat. When this statement went the rounds the men promptly " skied the towel " and demanded the same terms. After a delay of two or three ! hours the agents agreed to the terms demanded.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Holy CaLkolic Church. English Branch. Feb 13—Q-ilgranelra. 7 Inc., 11, 7.30, Toorawe.mah 7 30, Mogriguy 7 iT.c., 10, 11. -ftuwiungerie 2.30. c, 3, Collie 10 e, 11 •

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LOVELY LOAFER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

THE LOYELY liQAFEJ^. , Speaking at the Labor Federation meeting at Perth (W.A.), the Hon orary Minister (Mr. Underwood) made some trenchant remarks on the subject of loafing trade unionists. He declared that a certain section of the Workers had not given the Govern.. Jnent a square deal. Loafing was not Australian, and those leading the movement in that State, he believed, were imported. They objected to conscription, they would -not volun- i teer, they "would not work, they { wanted to live on the fat of the laud, and at the same time they were full of eomplaints against the Govern- i ment.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church 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. . Tooraweeaiah, third Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. ..Coortabarabpan, fourth Sunday, Mass 1 a.m?, Devotions 7.30 p.m. Baradinc, fourth Sunday, Mass 10a.m. Mundooran—Every fifth Sunday when •occurring. Guiar—Every Saturday before second" Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions <-evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun ■day, Mass 7 a.m. ' ' Perliwau^h — Saturday before the 'fourth Sunday, Mass S a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's .residence oncc a month as by local ar :rangeme»t. CuYban—Mass once a month as by :U«ca! arrangement. Itev. leather Parker

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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LOSS OF A FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

LOSS OF & FINGER. A seven-year-old girl named Mc Inerney recently lost a finger through catching hold of the Council's live lighting main, which had fallen dur ing a storm. The girl could not get, free, and her grandfather, who came to her rescue, also got fixed to the wire, and could not get free until the plant was stopped at the power house. The girl's finger was burned right into the bone, and had to be amputat&il. She was unconscious when picked up. The Young Couu cil lias made an offer of compensation to the girl's mother, without prejud ice. So far it has not' been accepted.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE HYPOCRITES." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

''THE HYPOCRITES." This daring and sublime produc tion will be shown at Gibson's Pic tures on February 28fch. Ifc lias aroused tremendous interest and has been both eulogised and condemned. ; The management claim the only ones who condemn it are those it exposes. The producer, Miss Lois Weber, . has the following to say in defence of , her master production :— "The criticism which has been dir ■ -ected, not only against "The Hypoc ; rites" as a til in, but against Miss - Lois Weber, who produced (he pic ture, has brought from her a straighfc ' fro\n-tk®-shoulder repl}7. It is also . something in' the nature of an ap peal to the broad-minded. "Hundreds of thousands have seen ;• "Hypocrites" in America," she says, "but those who weut with thoughts . for the gratification of an evil curios ity uppermost; in tkeir minds, found a seardlTlighfc suddenly turned upon their owa conscience. .1 know it, be cause I was present at the initial per formance of the picture in New- York. I heard the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

./your BUTCHERS' PRODUCE FUR SKINS RABBIT SKINS, «tO. PIGS, CALVES TO HELL, CLARK fi ltd: SYDNEY Bust Paddoosi "at Flehingtoh Highest Price and Prompt R©tum» Sbllikq Aqskts Oarur M AQSIfflCa^V S3TORE8 f Kemp-Bruce & Christie, Special Agents > — 11111 i"1" i1 1 i

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PREFERENTIAL VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

PREFERENTIAL VOTING. Sir,—Considerable prominence has been given lately to statements of Mr Wade in favor of preferential voting. It is therefore opportune to point oat that this method of voting is merely a questionable expedient. It is not a remedy for the evils of the present electoral system. If Mr Wade thinks that he can arouse any pnblio enthusiasm for preferential voting he is much mistaken. Assum ing that it was adopted, it would bring him as much credit as the sec ond ballot of which ho is now the chief critic. Mr Wade's additude on the ques tion of electoral reform has all along shown that he was behind the times. Years ago, when he was enjoying a Preamiership which another man had won, he was forced by pnblic opiniou to amend the electoral law. A -very respresentative deputation waited upon him in support of pro poitional representation. Instead of adopting it he brought in the Second Ballot, -which is a German failure. Strange to say a British Eoyal Com mission had previ...

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SCOOPING A FAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

'/ SCOOPING A FAKEK. l . All is fair in love and war—and in the eri jt "deavour to secure a ''' or a "scoop" ... oyer a rival -newspaper-" To be sure, the (scoop.' | days have/gone out now, for with tbe^jiyerage ) daily's dependence upon the news agexfcies^or 'a its news, and with ail of thes,e:ia^pncieg"f'c^ver ing pretty much the same fielcl'j; • ifcKe * omitted by other papers important eno'uglb'.>to^, tjf warjmt much jubilation. But'in the old days* .it otherwise. The Brooklyn "Eagle," "in• incareer of its veteran editor,'' Dr.-'St." G*p;#^cKelway, whose death/occurred 3j(]y 16 in New York City, mentions What was, ^Fortunately enough, an unusual form scoop' even then. It was over fifty _ years' ago, when Mr. McKelway served his apprenticeship, pn';, the New York "World." As we$reacl:"" * • David G. Croly, managing .e'ditoi;. of "The World," used to put this poser.to young ment • who applied for positions as reporter'' Why 4 ■don't you force me to hire youT" The applicants wou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

For Children's Hacking cough at JSSghfc Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, fcjffiL. BAND BENEFIT Kindly divers fey Wlr SI. Oibsosi To Liquidate the balance of debt owing on Band-Instruments Monday, Feby. 21st A rINE PICTulRE PROGRAM Usual "Priccs - CE.R03S, %creary

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TO SAVE TRIESTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

nnv TO SAVE TRIESTE | 3|^LU&e of . the, Austrian method of botn %nd destroying all places they can • >' even when they attain no military /■■■' results' thereby, it is reported that Italian Headquarters will change its original plan „ ,Of taking Trieste, as this would mean the eruel ' f «es,truction of the noble town by guns from the mountains and the sea. Instead, once , 4/ Oomia is taben, together with its entrenched ' , is one of the most formidable t , natural fortifications in the world, the Italians , will continue to advance along the Carso pla | teau, leaving TMest|f<m their right, tips cut ^ ting it off from.th$'remainder of the Austrian v 'Empire.'"- -:A~.

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SUDAN GRASS. VALUE AS HAY CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

GRASS. VALUE AS HAY CROP. "Sudan grass.is primarily a-hay crop, and -will be grown entirely for this purpose, exc.ept for men who grow for seed. It is probably the ,i most d ronght-resiptan^bAy^rP^^"'5^''" known.piff* That is the veiw of Mr W. R. Col well, inspector of agrieal ture on the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas. It may be grazed, he goes on^ but it will not then supply the same amount of feed, Sudan grass will thrive..-on laud, that will not grow %l^l -4;' on almost any clasa of _ soil. Tnegi&w': ■' facts should, he thinks, be of vital interest to the Yanco farmer, as it ensures him a greater yield per aero than from any crop yet cultivated. If sown early it ia possible<:to obtain three cuts per season. An area was put under Sudan on Mr Marshall's faim at Yanco on September 25 last, and its growing period to a height of 6ft. was 81 days. Bight pounds of seed was iwn to the acre, which, perhaps might be considered heavy, as on account of its stooling propen ...

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FRENCH SOLDIERS' PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

FRENCH i^OLDIERS' " PAYr Prom 1st October the pay of the French sol " -dier has been increased by 400 per cent. But even this increase does not place the French conscript in a state of affluence, for (the new rate of pay is only 2-Jd a day. Previously he was jiaid Jd a day. The pay of the Brit ish soldier? .Is Is Id a day, but if he is mar ried i/e Is coinpelled to allot 6d a day out of his* .pay to his wife, and Id a day for each the maxim'iim. deduction for "wife and -$Y,. a-en being 5s. 9d- a week, so that the man ■ wit!/ six, eight, or ten "children pays no more than the man with three. The British Go ■ vernment supplements the allotment given out of the soldier's pay to his dependants. The French Government gives an allotment to the dependants of soldiers, but naturally does not •deduct anything from the soldier's pay of : a day.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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