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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

BRNEWS. ^ , — ? - ???* A now advance lias been made by the British, who are within 500 yards of Lon*?u«val, 3 miles east of Contal Maison. 'Hie Ger man positions at Pozieres, north of Contal Maison, are most cri tical. The Germans subjected the Ver dun front to a bombardment of 36 hours, and launched an in fantry attack on Wednesday mor ning with 18,000 troops on a three kilometres front towards Souville. After a hard struggle they were compelled to halt owing to' a stream of bullets from hundreds of machine guns on the slopes of Souville Plateau, the nearest German line being 800 yards from the fort. The German front line at some other points has advanced 500 yards, but this does not give us cause for uneasiness. An Amsterdam message states that German wounded soldiers say tho Germans, have blown up the Peronne-Saint Quentin rail way. Every street in Peronne has been transformed into a small fortress, and barricades have been thrown up in all parts of the town. The Germans, they sa...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SMALL MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

A SMALL MATTER. 'Oh, Henry 1' exclaimed Mrs. Youngwed. breathlessly, 'I have something terrible to tell you. The baby has swallowed your sha ving brush 1' 'Oh, that's all right,' responded the brute ; 'it was worn out, and I was going to get a new one, anyhow.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COULDN'T LIE ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

COULDN'T LIE ON IT. Tbs scapegrace eon of an af fluent tradesman came to the end of his resources recently, and sent home a piteous appeal for funds, adding that if help were not forthcoming he and his wife would be driven to the work house. mm m 1 ' *? Ti _ _ Tns r=?.p!y was crusnmg. it, came in tho shape- of a laconic tele gram :— . ' 'As you have made your bed, so you must lie on it.' But tho quick-witted scapegrace was equal to the occasion. With out a moment's delay he wired back :, — 'Haven't got a bed. Bailiffs took it yesterday.' ' A substantial cheque followed in due course.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURIED GOLD. STORY OF TWO SCOTCHMEN. HOW THEY BECAME WEALTHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

BURIED GOLD. STORY OF TWO SCOTCHMEN. HOW THEY BECAME WEAL ! THY. The discovery in a hollow log at Billabong Creek, near Berri gan ,a few days ago of a quan tity of jewellery, the proceeds of a robbery some years ago at Yar rawonga, has recalled to the muius oi 'uiu puuee omcers who were stationed in the western part of the State in the early sixties stories of plunder which was supposed to have been bur ied in the mountains in the Eu-T gowra district. The bushranging days in this and other States were times in which there were daring deeds performed by the desperadoes, and settlers and police also had perilous adventures endeavoring to frustrate the efforts of the highwaymen. Frank Gardiner and his gang were a most dan gerous band of outlaws, and they were responsible for the robbery of thousands of pounds 'worth of gold from the escort at Eugowra in the early days. There were about ten in the gang, includ ing Ben Hall and Morgan. After the fight and the capture of the goldi, which ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOOL POSITION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

THE WOOL POSITION. i - To the Editor. gij-— May we claim space in: vour valuable columns to j-efer to a leading article on 'The Wool position/' appearing in one of thg Sydney dailies. It goes without saying that one will cavil with the ne L«tv of the British Govern ment receiving a full supply, from all parts of the Empire, of those nw materials necessary for tho successful prosecution of the war. jjot the least amongst these would be an adequate supply of ffOoi. But we venture the opin ion that such an end could be obtained without the drastic step of commandeering the whole out put of Australia, whether such wool be suitable for the manu facture of military and naval clothing or not ; or whether it be suitable for the English Home trade. . . There is, of course, in the Eng lish wool trade the isame _keen business man who would regard any raw material as suitable to his business at a price; but this person is usually regarded as a speculator, and we do not for one moment think that...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

VALUES Always Score. CUT PRICES are THE BEST, and have therefore Gained Favor. WHY GO COLD? When WINTER COMFORTS are to be got in all Garments needled lor Adults' or Children's Wear . . AT LOW CUT PRICES . . ? ; -it LADIES' HEAVY FLEECY UN DERSKIRTS,. 3/6, 5/-. LADIES' FLEECY BLCOMERS, ? m grey an-.l slate, 3-», 3s 9d, 3s lid. ' LADIES' HEAVY NAVY KNIT TED WOOL BLOOMERS. 5/3. CHILDREN S CREAM FLANNE LETTE isIGHT GOWNS, 4s lid, os 6i. -'*?? CHILDREN S , HEAVY NAVY FLEECY NIGHT GOWNS, 2s lid, 3s. MAIDS' & CHILDREN'S WOOL GOLFERS, with and without bonnets, from 6s 6d to 17a, all coiors. A grand lot. INFANTS' CREAM WOOL BON NETS, 'Is 2:1 to' 3s 6d. / INFANTS CREAM WOOL LARGE SHAWLS, 7s lid to 15s. INFANTS' NAVY WOOL PIL CHERS, 2s Id ; cream. Is 9d. -? . 2s. ?.':,? ..???-. - - CHILDREN'S GATTERS, Is5dpr. CHILDREN'S WOOL GLOVES.1/1 CHILDREN'S CREAM WOOL JACKETS, 2!s 4d, 2s 9d, 3s 9d, 9s 3d. CHILDREN S GOLF BONNETS, Is, Is CU, 2s. CHILDREN'S WOOL TURBAN CAPS, all colors, Is 2d, Is ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WONDERFUL SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

WONDERFUL SURGERY. Dr. Infroit made a communica tion of a remarkable character to the Academic de Medicine, con cerning the extraction of a shrap nel ball lodged in the heart of a wounded man, in the rig-lit auri cle. This operation, shows the. great progress which is bemg made in localising objects by means of radiology, and Dr. In froit makes use of the new 'radi- ological compass' invented by him. Owing to the great preci sion of this apparatus, he is able to . extract foreign bodies of all kinds, such as uniform buttons, plates or badges, coins 6 r various projectiles lodged in the lung?, brain, liver, and other organs of the body. One of his recent ope rations was the extraction of a large coin (5-franc piece) from the abdrnen. Owing to the great exactness of the localisation, the organs are not injured during such very delicate operations.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

ALLEGED ASSAULT. Ernsst Grady, on remand, was irraign^d afc the Queanbeyan Po* ice Co art last week on a;cb.argo of inflicting grievous bodiJy4iarm on John Field, on 4th June . last. Accused was committed to take his trial at the Braidwood Quar ter Sessions, to be held on 3rd October, or any other court the Attorney-General might appoint. Bail 'was allowed and forthcoming, self in £80 arid two sureties of £40, or 'one in £80. Mr. R. S. Rowe advertises a stock sale for Thursday next, when 150 head will be yarded. The weather is now a little more settled, although the frosts are quite as severe as of yore. The days, however, are warmer. The family of Mr. F. McGrath, of Corang, have had a bad time of late. The whole of them have had either measles or diphtheria. One child died or tne latter dis ease. The condition of Mr. H. Pike, who lias been laid up for some little time, shows little or no im provement. Mr. E. Grenenger, who is in one of the Sydney hos pitals, is also in a serious co...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

POULTRY CLUB. A Poultry Club lias been for med in Braidwood, undsr the name and style of the Braidwood District Poultry Club, by a few enthusiasts, whicli promises to have a highly successful career. It is proposed to affiliate with the P. and A. Society, and to as sist in making the poultry sec tion at the annual SIiow a thor oughly representative one. So far no officers have been appoin ted, but. a meeting, is to be held at the Council Chambers on Thurs day afternoon next, at 4,30 p.m., for this purpose, and to arrange for a code of rules and regula tions to govern the operations of the club. The membership fee has been fixed at 2s 6d per annum. ; ; ' ' ' The annual collection towards th°! completion of St. Mary's Ca thedral from the Braidwood par ish amounted to £18 14s 6d. Robert Thomas Oakes. junr., last week applied, for Crown Lease D of 900 acY'-is, parish Mongar lowe, at the local Land Office Rent is due on J. Channon's gold-mining lease No. 15, at Cap tain's Flat, and unles...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. B. McKEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

ORITUABY. DEATH OF MR. B. McKEON. n is with deep regret that we hav* to record the death of Mr. Liurd McKeoa, one of the old residents of the district, at an ear v hour on Friday morning last. L. j^Aasfirl ffentle7nan. until a I foriaight or so previous to his ? death was rn his customary I health, although he had borne I Jh-v outward and visible signs of I tinr's wear and tear for some I time past. The end came rather I suddenly, as it invariably does ? iB ths case of those possessing I a robust constitution, as. the late ? jfr McKeon did. U was not till I a few days, before his deaththat I any very serious symptoms mani ? jestcd themselves. He passed I away peacably, -fortified by the I rites of the Catholic Church, of I which he was a devout adherent. ? The deceased was born at I Knockavanan, Ireland, , on the I lOfch. March, 1840. He was, there I fore, 76 years of age at the time I of his death. He arrived in Syd I n3y by the go'od ship 'British Tri I dent' on 3rd January, 1860,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

f-JGHT-BOUR ART UNION AND SPORT8. PRIZES value ^3, 5 OO (Under sanction of the Attorney-General). Drawn Nov. 4, 1818. IstPrize,value£65O;2ndPrize,value£30O ZirA Prl»* vftlitp JSDOi and 897 other » ova rnzc, vaiue x^suis f valuable Frizes. V CHANCE FOR 1916. TRY IT. First Prize In 1915 was won by MM. Mark Barnett, Surry HIIIb, Sydney, for the modest outlay of Trades Hall, Sydney. One Shilling. ^S^YeuS^'' VocmJIgbS? D. S. LINDSAY, Storekeeper. EUCALYPTUS OIL T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY. at McDonald's Store, Braidwood. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Representing A. J. BEDWELL, York Chambers, Market Street, Sydney. . Sol. Green, LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. Commissions executed on all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING PRICES obtained on all WEEKLY EVENTS IN ANY STATE. NO REPLY^. NO BUSINESS, all communications Keceive rrompt Attention. sufficient iPDjREss- SOL. GREEN, Sydney, |, «/ ? I-GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BAhKlTrr ? MmimjM OF NEW SOUTH WALE.S, /TV DEPQSIT. I Hwfl offlce. u ...

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TRADE COMMISSION. TO VISIT AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

TRADE COMMISSION. TO VISIT AMERICA. I It, has been decided by the I Commonwealth Government to ap- 1 point a commission which will visit 1 the United States, of America to- ? investigate and report upon the ? methods of manufacture and pro- 1 duction in that country and tnc ? condition's of 'employment there- ? in. The Acting . Prime Minister ? (Senator Pearce) states that tiit ? commission will consist of six m representatives of the manufac- ? turers of Australia, one from «»-* ? State, together with six repre- ? sentatives of the workers; one ? also from each State. The clianj- ? bers of manufactures in each cap ; m tal city will be asked to suom l ? three nominations, and the cen ? tral iLabor Organisations in eacu ? State similarly to nominate t&re^ ? The selection will then be maw- ? by the -Commonwealth Govern- ? meat. - . - ?

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

1 — ^????fc I ALL ECONOMISTS SHOULD GIVE ATTENTION TO THE I SPLENDID VALUES IN WINTER CLOTHING at DowelPs. I Good goods are offered at low prices. You get the ad van I tage of value when you select your, needs at Dowell's. I Just note these helpful limes if you want to save monoy I they are all keenly priced. A Up-to-date Dress Goods Jff DRESS TWEEDS, double w;d:ii, \*j CHECK DRESS TWEEHS. doi.b'c jfej. - width, 2s 3d, 2s lid, 3s 6-t, 3s yi^vlA ALL-WOOL CREAM VOILES, 2s /mL Zj ^\ 6d, 2s 9d, 2s lid. ^fWl - IkK ALL-WOOL CREAM CASHMERE, I W K*S1«« ALL-WOOL DRESS SERGES. 2s \^jgn-rflEa» lid, 6s lid, 7s 3d, 10s M. SSljFA iwHm ALL-WOOL CREAM SEBG.FS. 2s MB hi HHi 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d. jfOL. JJBT DON'T MISS THIS LINE ! tt h\ In Silk Finish Velveteen, all shades, JjjJJ 1 IB remarkable value at 1/11 yard. ufl iU * Manchester Department (fiSLPliliB CREAM FLANNELETTES, 5?,d, : jff^TL^^ 8%d, 10id, Is, Is Id. InJamf^' striped flannelettes, m, kMP* 10£d, Is, Is Id, Is 3d. ] ? — ? GREY FLANNEL, Is li...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. General Haig reports a heavy bombardment on both sides. Oth erwise there is nothing of im portance' to report. 'We con tinue to find large quantities of armament in the position cap tured on Friday and Saturday,' he adds. The detachment thrust forward in Fouseaux Wood on Saturday night was covered by troops who were strengthening and improv ing our new positions. The de tachment at daylight returned to the main line unmolested. In ths direction of Erzinnan we attacked the height southward of Mamachatun, taking prisoners and a number of machine guns. Ths Russians stormed Haiburt, a most important stragetical point in Armenia. The fighting is de veloping favorably to the south east, despite the resistance of the Turks. An Italian communique- states that there has been heavy fight ing along the Posina line. De spite thunderstorms hindering the artillery, we progressed at seve ral points. An Austrian counter attack at Sofana was repulsed-. Small encounters along the re ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ? * ? . . (Prom Oar Correspondent.] SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. The recruiting figures for thft past week showed a considerable falling-off from the previous week. An earth tremor was felt at Blaekbeath at 3.15 on Saturday morning. -» There was an unusually large crowd in the Domain yesterday, jeqpecting another anticonscrip tion meeting. Returned soldiers held a recruiting meeting, and the speakers had the sympathy of the* audience, numbering seve ral thousands. Notwithstanding the Federal Government's incursion into the business of price-fixing, the State Government dioeis not intend to disband the Necessary Commodi ties Commission. There were three (deaths from meningitis during the week-end at the metropolitan hospitals. In Melbourne 10 fresh cases have been received at these institu tions.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

'The Purest Spirit in the World. MADE FROM - THE BEST SELECTED! j * BARLEY «j^i IJBflf AND ' nfe U|| ITALIAN JtfjW . lit JUNIPER -jffi WW BERRY WH] LOOK FOR THE NAME — —r-h- — ^=^==--'^r AVOI D CHEAP SUBSTITUTES Look After Your Eyesight ! A ORBIT many people who Lave becen suffering from beudacb.es, dizziness, and other nervous complaints, seldom rpaliee that :il\ fc'ieir troubles may be caused through concealed strain on the optic nerves, or de fective -vision. To remedy this they have been in the habit of taking drug*, in the form of tablets or powders, which may give temporary relief, but often have a serious effect upo.n the heart. If vuu in any way suffer with your nerves or feel a strain after reading, studying, driv ing, etc., do not f:ul to CONSULT 'D. DAWSON, Consulting Optician, (Late of English Railway Department, England), It will coat you nothing to have your eyes properly examined, and no glasses will ». * bo advised unless absolutely necessary. ° SKINS !_SKINS! WANTED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 July 1916

CHEAP GROCERIES ! f AT THE CHEAP STORES! I.C. Sugar, per bag ...22/3 LA. Sugar, per bag ...22/3 Waugb's Baking Powder 2/ GoodShotdo ? 1/9 Victor Baking Powder... 1/6 Breakfast D Light ... 1/5 Uncle Toby's Rolled Oats 2/2 Parson's Oatmeal ... 1/11 Currants ? T.. /10 Sultanas ... ? /ll Seeded Raisins ? /10 C.&B. Essences, bot. ... /ll Dates ? ... /6 I Wade's Corn Flour ... /7i I Baking Soda ? /3 { Rex Cheese, in tins ... 1/- Junket Tablets ... ... /9 Peaches and Pears ... 1/2 Pineapples ? 1/- Jam, 21b. tins* ? 1/- Salmon, large tins ... /I I Reckitt's Bag Blue ... /I W&~ My Prices for Groceries are the Lowest in Town ! ' Special Attention given to Country Orders. Send Yours To-day. MICHAEL TAFFAHA I THE CHEAP STORES, BRAIDWOOD. ? ? ? NOTICE. To the Shareholders of the Braidwood Refrigerating Company, Ltd. AN ORDINARY GENERAL MEET ING of SHAREHOLDERS will be held at the Registered Office, Braidwood, on THURSDAY, 17th AUGUST, 1916. BUSINESS : Election of Two Directors fo...

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IRELAND'S FUTURE. MR. REDMOND PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

IRELAND'S FUTURE. MR. REDMOND PROTESTS. Mr. John Redmond, leader of the Irish Nationalists, on Tues day sent a memorandum to Mr. Asquith and Mr. Lloyd George, as follows : — 'I feel bound to tell you that tne long delay in making pub lic the text of the Irish Bill, and the uncertainty and irritation cau sed by Lord Lansdowne's speech, have created a most serious situ ation in Ireland. My opinion is that further delay makes a set tlement on the lines laid down by Mr. Lloyd George quite impossi ble; 'When the terms were original ly submitted we strongly urged the use of all possible despatch. Consulting our supporters in Ire land we told of the great Im perial interests at stake. Three weeks elapsed, and no progress was made. For some mysterious reason a matter which was so urgient five weeks ago hangs fire. I therefore urge upon the Go vernment that further delay is fatal, and record my conviction that any proposal to depart from the terms agreed upon, especial ly in 'respect to the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

COMMERCIAL. John Bridge & Co., Ltd., report : Sheep : A rather full supply of sheep was yarded, and in conse quenco the big improvement of the previous Thursday was not main1 am 2a. However, . prices tor all 'ascriptions were highly sat isfactory, and warrant owners consigning without delay any fats they might liave on hand. Good quality lambs also sold well, and prospacts aro i£Z-st encouraging. Cattle : The number yarded was rather excessive, and values for all classos. ar, Thursd&y's -market showed !\ decline of 10s to 15s per,, head. Prospects : The num ber of trucks so far booked ahead for both 'sheep and cattle is light, and -everything points to last week's rates being more than maintained. Madam? Melba is appealing for £10:000 from Sydney to help in t.li-3 relief of the Russian woun ded. She asks for 100 donations of £50 each, and has arranged a in-!iiii3c performance in aid of th? fund. Ths six o'clock closing of hotel bars was put into operation in Sj'dney ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

SPORTING. The Hurdle Race at Rosehill on Saturday was won by Corrie, who started favorite at 5 to 2. Inverara (5 to 1) was second and Loughrea (3 to 1) third. The Ply ing Handicap fell to Boureong (3 to 1 favorite), Hopfield (10 to 1) being second and Galen {8 to 1) third. Osaka (6 to 1) accounted for th'i Granville Stakes, her im mediate attendants being Malta sia (20 to 1) and Daddy Christ; mas (20 to 1). Rara Avis (5 to 2) won the Nursery Handicap, Ro man Queen (2 to 1 favorite) be ing second and War Tax (12 to 1) third. A good field stripped for the Rosehill Handicap. Medley was favorite at 7 to 1, Purdey being next in demand at -4 to 1 ; then came Lady Minnie 7 to 1, Bonne Chance 8, 10 to 20 to 1 others. Purdey won by a length and a half from Medley, who was a length in front of Silent Way. Kahonji, who started favorite at 3 to 1, accounted for the Carping ford Mile, Bob Bunsow being a head off necond, who finished a neck in front of Hopoast. Kay was given the verdict over Uren...

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