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

Oppoeite Gilgandra Railway Station A. J, LANCE, Proprietor. Having purchased from Mr Jas. Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotel, is prepared to cater for the public according to modern requirements. A Modern Hostelry. A Good Table. The Best of Appointments. An ideal family hotel. Lighted throughout with electricity. Splendid stable accommoda tion ... Nothing will be spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome old faces. Pleased.to. welcome new. A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. Tattersali's Hotel, 'Oilgandra, Opposite Post Office. \Under Entirely New Management.) Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above Hostelry, which he will conduct on Up,;to-date Lines. All the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and all the appointments The Stabling Accommodation the most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Room now open. ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST STATION ROBBED £534 STOLEN. A SENSATIONAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

BATHORST STM ROBBED £534 STOLEN. ' A SENSATIONAL'STORY. According to the sensational story told by Herbert El bourne, niglat booking clerk at the,Bathurst railway station, a thief, or\thieves, having stretched him senseless on; the floor of the office, made a clean " get away " witfy i£!53'l* just as the day was break ing on Saturday last.- The robbery,, -which appears to have been the re ^ suit of the efforts.-of :someone well j acquainted with the',l;oatine of the office, occurred at- 26 .mjnutes past four, o'clock in the morning.. El bourne lixes the time with confidence. The station was by no means deserted at the time, and in all probability quite a dozen employees of one grade and another were- about the place. Nevertheless, the crime was carried out with that despatch and absence of sensation that seems to be invar iably associated with the nefarious doings of thieves acting in a big way. The Inst mail train had gone west, and Clerk Elbourne was at work in the office. On a tr...

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

WH fiR 17 RTTVEM of Wheat in any quantity. Ml n AnD JjUiMj highest Price given. very Convenience for Unloading Wheat at o|ir_;large ,Up-to-date Shed Wheat received for Storage on Liberal Tferms. ' M. M'LEOD^^Sp., , Millers and GrainMerchants, Gilgaiidra MAN UFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS "CASTLEREAGH" FLTJ 1 Tiler's' M© tiling in a lame—Until the'Owner Achieves Something When Lincoln stood hire footed steering a raft down the river, how many would have thrilled at his name ? tTrv to disassociate such names as Edison, Car negie, Marconi from the owner's achievements and they are commonplace names after all. But the ability to do something above the average mean"! something. KENNEDY & CO. are inseparably connected with CLOTHES and if you are going to make YOUR NAME ACHIEVE SOMETHINGcorae to ISfiCillei? St., 'Grill*jaM.cS.a?£8.. fi % f to y Oay - Thursday, 2£7V;?1SJjS IDay - Saturday,.February 1 191.6. • Genoine Eeductiois in every Depar Lrciei %t . Seasd for Sale Catalogue :: Post f...

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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Feb. 11, 1916 IRRIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

liigandra, Friday Feb. 11,1916 IRRIGATION Proof increases that we can do a great deal more by means of irriga tion in our dry -western district, even if it is only in a small way. About the middle of lastyear tie Minister for JLands granted a special lease of land at Warren,to be worked in connection •with a wcol scour, making it a con dition that portion ot the land "was lo be irrigated and cultivated. In accordance with this,./condition,- an area,of-15 ac,res was sown with wheat last October. It was cat for hay in tile first week in January, and aver aged a ton to the acre. The value of such a return in a western district is obvious. The water for the scour is taken from a weir above the town . and after being used1 for scouring is ran on the land that is cultivated. A patch of lucerne is also doing well. The effect of this demonstration will foe probably that more fodder crops ■will be grown near the river, where ihe land can be irrigated. In fact ©ne landowner states his intenti...

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

7 A. S. Carroll PHARMACEUTICAL GllEMIST ■ Miller St., Gilgandra. Sole Agent for KEMO &IOE2 CURB. Ointment 3s, Snp postories 3s Wolaroi Grammar School, Orango 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day Scliool for Boys ■.'I i ; A sound education by highly qualified raduate staff to the University Higher j Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate, C. R. CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. A. F. FITZHAMMNGE Solicitor, Sic Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. {Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend oh approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. Commission. All descriptions oi Land Business. A CARD. Late of Wellington, Solicito2?3 Proctoj?, , ■ 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 arid Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambone and outside centres as required.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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POLITICIANS ASSAULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

POLITICIANS ASSAULTED. After1 addressing the electors of' Parramatta on behalf of the Liberal candidate, Mr. Price, M.L.A., and Mr Walter Finch were roughly handled by a section of the audience who waylaid them. Mr. Price managed to fight his way out of the melee,, bat Air Pinch was knocked down and kicked about the head. Mr. Price is of the opinion that the cowardly attack was made by men who were not residents of the district. S2ire*.rd, fciirii'ty people go ta Gar* ting's for everything and save xn&notf -very tune.—0

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

Iii accordance with the announce ment made in Parliament by the Premier, who is Minister for Rail-, ways, an improved refreshment ser vice at the railway stations is to be adopted throughout the State. Sub ject to the Gfovernment approving of an expenditure of about £50,000 re quired to bring the service to the standard aimed at by the Railway Commissioner, the new scheme will be brought into operation in the mid dle of the year. Al though, frhe Rail way Department benefits to the ex tent of £20,000 yeaily from leasing the refreshment rooms, it has for the Iast two #years been recognised by the Chief Railway Commissioaer that the leasing system is not the best in the public interest. The view held by the Commissioners is that when they sell a man a ticket to convey him comfortably to any given point a loug distance away, they impliedly contract that during the interval he should be properly and decently fed.. Under the leasing system they say that the public has not been properly ca...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

? Staid, Long-Headed old General, right in the front' leading the way. Thousands more wanted to join in the GREATW2ARCH tO-GARLIHG'S. Bid STORES where the victory over high prices #surl^:' First Gpi BOjDTS^AND SHOES. A great factor in the great march. No excuse if youftave nil good boots. High in quality, low Sn price. ' ,,. • ... . * *• MEN'S MB YOUTH'SrHATS, SUITS, SHIFTS, AND TIES, just what is : wanted' tor a bigXmasspruce.up after the march in-heat and dust * ■ ■ : JLitcrtlteF . ^ _ Where the Ladies are in .evidence and MILLINERY-is'the first disho;oei the fimm and. a.sumptuous spread;of dainties awaits'you. Then follows DRE^MATERBALS' BLOUSES, ..finished off with'di&irity sweets in LACES,' EMBROIDERY, RIBBONS, IN SERTIONS,.and JEWELLERY. Don't be shy girls, get-right into' line mi double, quick marcn. will bring you early victory ■ #: Km other Mice Packing; ■ On the way is ELECTROPLATE and FANCY GOOCS. For IRONMONGERY and HARD* WARE. Every item on the bill is filled At...

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THE WHEAT SCHEME STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

THE WHEAT SCHEME .■— "» , STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER The Minister for Agriculture (Mr Grahame) lias received a report from Mr Harris, officer-iu..cbarge, State Office, showing the extent of the operations under the Government scheme of marketing the wheat har vest since Dec. 1:—Amount advanced to farmers at the rate of 2s 6d per foushel, £809,012; railway freights paid, £46,786 ; marine insurance pre miums paidY,£4573 ; marine freight on -wheat solfls. overseas, £204,392; sales of wheat''.overseas-', £711,733; sales to millers, £8.6,945 ; sales inter state, £45,156

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

■ '-» -I ' 1 ■ / ' (To tlie Editor).. . . -A" • ^ Sir,—-I notice, with regreV, that the Gulargambone correspondent of the Cooaamble " Times " lip •/^enjso. handicapped by bis huge / /pledge of literature, jwbich knoW.Apge, by the way, prompts him to aver . that xny sentences are punctuated With woids which would require constant reference to Webster's dictionary for comprehension (most people punctu ate with commas, colans, semi-colans, periods, and such like, and I was not aware of employing the novel med ium words for that purpose), that he fails to grasp all but one fact con tained in my letter, viz., that I re joiced under my name. Well, I hereby wish to confirm him in his opinion, and to point out that I by no means wish to exchauge it for the one which he evidently considers best unpublished. This colossal mass of intelligence, after rambling away in a manner mostly confined to maniacs, says that it is probably his ignoraiice which preveuts him from grasping the meaning of a s...

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

it \ ! *' % % IS lull's ll; ' "a a isSss most brilliantly lighted throughout, a hall a 406®~candle~power light will be lights on front arch of parapet which electric plant being in I m addition9 electric motor illuminate the whole street. t-"V'

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"ANDY" BEFORE ROYALTY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

I "ANDY" BEFORE ROYALTY The King informally, summoned! Mr Fisher'to. Buckingham Palace om Saturday morning, and liad a long, frank talk with-him. His Majesty was splendidly informed about Aus tralia, and expressed himself as being deeply gratified at the part the Com monwealth had played and was play ing in the war. He asked numerous questions. Mr Fisher was also sum moned into the presence of the Queen, aud talked with her for a long^hile. Her Majesty spoke with. keen admiration of Australian valor/

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"ON OUR SELECTION." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

"ON OUR .SELECTION." It is rarely Australians, either iu town or country , get an opportunity of seeing a play made in Australia about Australians and pla}red l^ Australians. The opportunity v.ill •come to the play going community •of this distit ct to night (Friday) at the Australian Hal] of witnessing the ■delightful and very popular "On our Selection," presented by the Bert Bailey Company direct from the King's Theatre, Melbourne. The fact will be thoroughly appreciated that the play is being presented by identically the company which has rendered the play iu Melbourne, Sj'dney, Brisbane and Adelaide. In the history of the Australian stage there is on record of a more conspicu ous tbeatiical achievement than the Bert Bailey Company's success in the •dramatised "On our Selection" stor ies. The Dad Rudd of Mr Be^t Bail ey's creation stands alone as a typical Australian pioneer, and the support he receives from his talented company is no small factor in the success of the production...

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

NOTICE As we are'being' contiribally approached w«th requests to suppress reports of puolic proceedings—police court in par ticular—we wish it to be clearly under stood that we do not intend to do so, ir respective of person or persons. In a sense, the paper which we publish be longs to the subscribers, who expect to « get a fair recordof all local public matters J. P. BRADY Plumber and Y-* : *■ -• .• : Galvanised Ironworker Has removed V-to ".premises lately roc cupied by ., Mr. IT. -J. Carson, Miller ptreet (next to' Wile and Co.'s Store).. Estimates given for all General Work. " / /' .,,~~N0TICE ~~ ~ Anyone found Trespassing or Damaging . .Fences on "Ashgrove," Collie, will be ■prosecuted withoutrespect to persons. A. RANKtYlOJRE, Senr. ¥SiS"io t5esfasse8s ANYONE found Trespassing on the property, of "the undersigned known as "Arthursleigh," or damaging fencing or gates, will-be prosecuted, without re spect to persons. All trespassing stock will-be. impound ed. ^ARTHURSLEIGH ESTA...

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

' N (To the Editor). '> - At various P.P. Board Meetings re cently held, reference hat beensj]iade, and resolutions proposed, to acquire the secret process of pr^pariu^; An thrax Vaccine as has Wen Extern si ve ljr used in the past in Australia, par ticulaly iu N.S.Wv It "is suggested ■ that the Government purchase this process from the owners. I refer readers to the article writ ten by Mr J. McGarvie Smith, pub lished in the Stock and Station Jour nal, November 15th, 1912, where he particularly states "there is 110 sec. ret to sell" and further that the hon or of the discovery of the Anthrax preventive inoculation is due to Louis Pasteur. I make the following -extract:—■ "There is nothing synthetie about •the Authrax vaccine of Mr McGar vie Smith and Gunn. The propaga tion of the attenuated germ discover ed demonstrated and published by the-late Louis Pasteur, of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, is the only means known to science by which itnmu ity to stock against anthrax can be d...

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

E.WARD, Plumbery ®findmill Erector, and v Tank Maker <. i V Late windmill crcctor for the following-firms : Geo. E. Fortescue & Sons,''Ltcl,, T'oowoomba Foundry-Co., Ltd., Metters Limited Has worked in the factories where these mills ane made and thoroughly understand them. Have also been,windmill erector for the following windmill firms :—Jas. Alston, Vic., Robfn.son Bros., Vic., Webb Bros,j Vic., Bryan Bros., Vic., Overall, McCray, , . ' Any Make of Windmill Erected or Repaired. Tanks MadS* Communtcate with me. Have had a life long experience with windmills. Advice free Address.-MORRIf ST., -&I1^GA&¥:drA. LATEST AND NEWEST E OUiPPfcJD wi:lo~8-CYL. ENGINl! The manufacturers of this -world-noted car undoubtedly lead the way in .structural-; improvements, h was they who* led the way with the Self-Starter, after having it tested 1,500 consecutive CADILLACS times by England's foremost motoring authority, the go anywhere, and^> . Royal Automobile Cl...

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WAR-TIME STRIKES. VICTORIAN MINISTER OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

VICTORIAN' MINISTER OUT SPOKEN. Responding to the toast; of the State Government at the A.N.A.' luncheon at Melbourne last week, Mr F. Hagelthorne, State Minister for Agriculture, said tha,t the people of I this continent were anxious to help ' the Empire during this war, but it ! must be admitted that some things which were being done seemed to contradict that attitude. He refer red to the strikes. The sections con cerned mast be trjaghfc together. "They have got to stop these strikes," he said. "Under any condition they are a calamity, but to have them con stantly recurring at present endan gers our national existence. In a few days we will, I hope, have a con ference of the interests concerned. If after the effort then put forth the ! strikes continue, the people of Aus tralia must bo 'moved to' put down that condition of things with a strong hand, and permit no exploitation of the community or any interruption of the work that has to .be conduct ed with such energy and determin ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

The name of the Gilga\dra Re cruiting Association lias been \chang ed. In future it i will be knoVn as ihe " War Service Committee.'*w ' * . , * •• * ) . Mr. A. Murphy, of Gulargambone, . Tvho was for some time forect ^uard for Coonamble district, is now a sold ier in cam pat Dubbo. *r # . * Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lackey, of " Kurrajong Park," on the birth to them of a son. Also to Mr. and Mrs. W. Pagon—a similar blessing. # ■'.¥ A recruiting sergeant, officially •appointed, has commenced a vigorous •campaign in Dubbo. No appoint ment for the Gilgandra division has yet been announced. * # # Mr. E. Murray, of t£ Quandong Park," Collie, is at present on a visit toBowral, where he has a brother who is suffering from a serious ill ness. & -if The annual general meeting or the 'Tooraweenah Recruiting Association is set down for Saturday nest in the local hall, at 3.30 p.m. 'The business "will include the election of officers, presentation of balance-sheet, and arra...

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FARRER MEMORIAL. APPEAL TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

FARRER MEMORIAL ■ • : APPEAL TO FARMERS The Minister for Agriculture, Mr. G'rahame, considers that now the big gest harvest on record in New South Wales is being gathered, the time is opportune to bring before the notice of farmers the value of the magni6 cent heritage left to tBem by the late Mr. William Farrer, who devoted sev eral years of close and unremitting study to the breeding of varieties of wheat which would best suit Aus tralian conditions. That hesucceeded in his work is proved by ..the fact that practical!}' all the principal wheats grown in New South Wales, and also in the neigh boring States, are Farrer wheats. In fact it may also be said that there are only a very small number of wheats beiug grown in this country w ich are not products of Mr. Farrer's work. Here is a list of some of the wheats bred by.-him: Federation, Bunyip, Bobs, Cleveland, Comeback, Jum buck, Boman, Cedar, Florence, War ren and Rymer. Federation has put thousands of pounds into the pockets of t...

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The Doings Of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 11 February 1916

■ A little way up • the line a baker was recently fined £2 for wrapping .bread in a newspnpei A ETarrabri distriefe;farmer strip ped .460 bags of wheat'from an area -of 25 acres. V; - : • -» * '•' > ; Councillor O'Neill, of Gilgandra, predicts that Coonamble will prove a great wheat-growing district. *= * * The annual meeting of the Goon - amble Hospital carried a resolution favoring the establishment of a lad ies' advisory committee on lues sim ilar to those „of the Wagga Hospital, where - the '^lAdics have \woiked ■■successfully, for the institution for .some years. The construction of the railway to Coonabarabian has been hung up ragain for want of rails, w hich'are now laid to within four miles of the'town. The earthworks are .,-jow completed, and ready for the fails right into ■Coonabarabran. Much dissatisfaction is expressed because of the delay in ■completing the line for traffic. The-Wellington Rifle Club is still giving men for Carmichael's thous and. J. H, Offner (a rel...

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