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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. fl'mm Onp Correspondent.] SYDNEY. ' Monday, 5 p.m. I Seventy thousand people assem I bled in the Domain yesterday, I when a demonstration was held I aga:nst anti-conscription. The In I' spector-General of Police ordered I the meeting to be stopped in view I of the impossibility of maintaining I order. Mr. Mitchell subsequently I stated tnat tne crowa was very I angry when he closed the nieet I ing to prevent loss of life. I Archbishop Kelly at St. Mary's I Cathedral yesterday said in this I crisis no man could be neutral I without be ing^ disloyal. I In an address to 600 soldiers in I the Lyceum Hall yesterday sen I ior-chaplain Prescott denounced I the policy fof 'go slow?' He said I it was a most perilous and dan I gerous doctrine, and opposed to I everything that honor and rea I son could dictate. I A large contingent of sick and I wounded soldiers disembarked in I Melbourne on Saturday from the I front. I The military authorities were . in I sonvi doubt- as to ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT SKIN AUCTIONS RESUMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

RABBIT SKIN AUCTIONS RE SUMED. After a lapse of three weeks rabbit skin auctions were resu med in Sydney last week under the altered conditions created by the, Federal Government. -First and 2nd winters and 1st incom ing quality skins were requisi tioned for military purposes. Win choombe, Carson, Ltd., report that prices for best descriptions were up to 5d per Ib easier. For lower quality lots, which were not af fected by the Government's ac tion, rates held firm. First win ters made from 17£d to 201 per -ib; 1st incoming 15d to 17d; mix ad lots 12|d to 151, does to lUd, ?and kittens to 12d. A consignment of State fish was sold in Goulburn last week, vnd realised good prices. It is proposed to send regular sup plies. _

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIGHT FOR KOVEL. ENEMY'S HEAVY LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

THE FIGHT FOR KOVEL. ENEMY'S HEAVY LOSSES. Mr. Stanley Washburn, the re presentative of the 'Times' on the Kovel front, writing on the 13th, graphically describes the Russian difficulties. The Austro Germans had scientifically streng thened the natural defensive of the Stokhod River, intending ei ther to give time for the com pletion of the Kovel fortifications or to check the Russians' ad vance while Kovel was smoothly evacuated. Mr. Washburn points out the Germans were in a di lemma, as they did not know where to expect the next Rus sian blow, because the Russians were hitting here, there, and~ eve- rywhere ; but the Germans are clever fencers, and never fought more desperately. It is a mis take, says the correspondent, to imagine them on the verge of collapse, although the shortage of food at home is causing the troops uneasiness and anxiety, affecting the moral. The Austro German losses in ten days here were 75,000 to 100,000.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

EARLY CLOSING. The Attorney-General, Mr. Hall, supplies, the following points in connection with the 6 o'clock do- ? sing of hotel t-ars :— t t 'In hotels the right to supply lodgers and bona-fide travellers - continues as heretofore. Except in so far as is necessary to.sup piy tne persons named, howeve^ hotel bars must be kept stirict ly closed, and separate from the balance of the premises. 'If npn-intoxicating- liquors are to be sold after 6 p.m. they must be kept quite apart from the bar. 'There is no legal obligation on the part of hotelkeepers to closs their billiard saloons be fore 11 o'clock. 'Grocers who hold wine and spirit licenses must completely place all intoxicating liquors un der lock and key at 6 o'clock. 'It is not permissible for a land lord to serve intoxicating drinks with meals after 6 p.m;, except ing to lodgers and bona-fide tra vellers. 'It is not permissible to con sume intoxicating liquors on li censed premises after hours, whether such liquors have been p...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hides and Tallow. Official Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 July 1916

Hides and Tallow. ? A. ? Official Figures. The official figures dealing with the quantities, of hides ,tallow, &-i., catalogued at the Sydney sales between 1st January and June 30 l!ast are interesting. It appears that no less than 277,889 hides ware embraced in the various catalogues submitted by the 14 brokers. The tallow ' handled during the same period by these brokers totalled 6,410 casks. In this connection, it is pointed out by John Bridge and Co. that, out of the total of hides catalog ued, they were responsible for 49,787, which easily gives them first place in the weekly offer ings. Then, again, in tallow, a . similar result was achieved by them, their weekly offerings to talling 61 casks, as against a to tal weekly average offering by all the brokers of 246 casks. . Two hundred and thirty-seven wounded and sick soldiers re turned to Sydney on Friday. They had. a cordial reception. About 70 Queensianders returned by the same boat. A motor car driven by John Spira, ...

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 — 25 July 1916

Old friends, old books, old eongs, old wine, Old-fashioned folks to these inclire; But as a rule, apart from such, Old-fashioned fads don't count for muJi. -The old-time chemist made and sold His worthless dopes for Cough and cold; But sufferers now such trash abjure Preferring Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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

Anthony I Horderns' S Half- Yearly I From 1 1 Monday, July 24 |j. Wednesday, Aug. 16 || Send for SALE 1 1 CATALOGUE |! post free I on request. 1 ' , It will save I . you money 1 ANTHONY HORDERN 1 & SONS, LTD.,, I Only Universal Provideri* - g I New P* I ace; Emporium. ? Brickfield Hill, Sydney. I Speedwell Cycle Depot ! WHERE YOU CAN GET Your Bicycle Repaired ! Forks Made, Bars Fitted, Wheels Built, and Tyres arid Tubes Fitted. Anything you Re quire in the Binycle Line. Sundries on hand. i High-Grade Cartridges ! 1 have a SplenHid Asttfrtoment of Higli ;-|^ Grade Cartridges, including Mullcviie '2%, Baliistite 2^, Antbcrite, &c, &c. SM'LL RiFLF CARTRIDGES IN ANY QUANTITY. I dsi stock GriHiths Bros.' Tea, Coffee, and Cocoh, from lib. to 71bs. Matt. Anderson. ?Phono 6X. . BRilDWOOD A DELIGHT FUL^-m^r HAIR-CUT, SHAVE AND SHAMPOO ? / TWO ARCHER CHAIRS.. / Make Razou Sjbtimg A bPECllLITI. §§ggT CIVILITY & ATTENTION MY MOTTO. fiaroia^yomi^ W LOOK. HERE! Alf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

The King Tailor Has Arrived ! RIGHT OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH NOW THEN, YOU MEN, BUCK UP! tiive The King a Chance. Your Long-Needed Friend has Come to you at La^t. Be member, we have gone to a Big Expense to open in your Town, and now in return we want your Suit Orders. SPF' There is no Tailoring to Equal Cirs ! All Garments are MADE ON TBE KNEE, and in Your Own Town, too. With EVERY SUIT we make yon bold OUR WRITTEN GUARANTEE : 'Satisfaction or Your Money Back!' Now, Who's going to be the First to wear a 'KING SUIT?' BE&.R IN MIND : This Message is from TAILOBS with a Reputation that must gain your custom. Ladies9 Costumes a Speciality. Order Now, Please. PlFNlMm & Ci\ THE KING TAILORS, L' i-rf l^l' 1 w *^ V V ? 9 Braidwood, Goulburn & Wagga.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Federal Taxation. Land and Income Tax Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

Federal Taxation. Land and Income Tax Returns. We have been requested by John Bridge and Co., Ltd., to state that, owing to the large., number of enquiries reaching them from clients and friends in re gard 4o the requirements of the Federal Tax Returns for -Land ownea at 3utn June, iyit-, ana Income received during the year ending same date, the yhave made it their business to secure from the Federal Taxation Department, at Sydney, the following informa tion : — LAND. Returns only require to be fur nished by owners holding Land of a total improved value in all States of £3000 and over. INCOME. Returns must be forwarded by all persons (including Farmers and Pastoralists), whose gross in come from all sources exceeded £156 during the year, notwith standing that their net income may not be taxable. LAND AND INCOME. Returns must be lodged on or before Thursday, 31st August, 1916, with the Deputy Federal Commissioner of Taxation, War wick' Building, , Hamilton-street, Sydney, when land i...

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TALLAGANDA SHIRE. THE HALF-YEAR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

TALLAGANDA SHIRE. THE HALF-YEAR'S WORK. The statements for the period ending June 30 show that the ra tes collected during the half year amount to £2288 6s 3d, con tributed as follows :— A_ Riding, £802 5s 10d ; B Riding, -£748 15s lOd ; C Riding, £737 4s 7d. The uhcollected rates at the close of the period were £684 13s 3d :_ A Riding, £226 6s lOd ; B Riding, £306 lis 5d; C Riding, £151 15s lOd. The expenditure for the period totalled £2310 4s 2d against re venue of £3470 2s, leaving a sur plus on the six months of £1158 17s lOd to be carried to the net free assets account. The expenditure on roads and bridges amounted to £1933 8s 10d, distributed as follows : — Roads: A Riding, £858 4s ? Id ; B Riding, £502 18s 7d C Riding, £509 3s 2d ; Bridges : A Riding, £49 10s; B Rising, £13 13s. The principal roads attended to were ; — A Riding : Braidwood to Tarago, £433 13s; Nerriga, £156 to Tarago, £433 13s; Nerriga, £156 15s 7d; Bungendore, £81 0s 6d; Mayfield, £78; Wog Wog, £55 3s OOd; L...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW POZIERES WAS WON. THE AUSTRALIANS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

HOW POZIERES WAS WON. THE AUSTRALIANS' WORK. Reuter's correspondent spoke with the Australians who captur ed Pozieres. Their faces, hande. and kits were still grimy with the mire and bomb smoke, and their eyes heavy with want of sleep, but they smiled proudly, and their spirit was unquehch- ' able. It was a. great fight, they said, and the enemy deserved re spect for his dogged resistance. He fought desperately, realising the tactical value of Pozieres. An officer said : — The hardest fighting was that in the dark ness. The features of the strug gle were the Germans' clever em ployment of machine guns and snipers, ? and our irresistible bom bing. We were plentifully sup plied with grenades, and despite the heavy artillery barrage on our communications our platoons ?were organised in relays, each working till exhausted. Sft we went on, yard by yard, clearing up a maze of trenches and deep dug-outs, with which the Germans believed themselves to have made the -village impregnable. The ...

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. PATRIOTISM AND BUSINESS COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

COMMONWEALTH AVAR LOAN. PATRIOTISM AND BUSINESS COMBINED. None of us who have or can ob tain available resources — and they should bs many— must show a mo ment's hesitation in subscribing to tha fullest extent of our ca pacity to the Commonwealth War Loan. Men, munitions, and mo ney ar3 all needed, and the evi dence or our practical patriot ism should ba in she shape of Commonwealth Stock. Nothing but a groat appeal to our finan cial resources, stimulated by the most earnest sense of patriot ism, will enable us to fully play our ? part in the prosecution of the war and provide the men and equipment which will help to bring the end of tha war nearer. It should be urged upon those who hav-3 the means of subscri bing aiid those who can obtain the means by curtailing a part of their ordinary expenditure or by realising. a portion of their other assets that every which they make is an effort which is not only necessary, but is al so one that should come volun tarily from all who have the...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMES FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

HOMES FOB SOLDIERS. . . Mr. G: T. C. .Miller, M.L.A., is in receipt of the following- let ter from the Minister for Lands : 'Referring to your letters and personal representation on the subject, I desire to say that- we are building, homes for incapaci tated soldiers and for widows of soldiers. This applies, of course, to those who have no homes of their own. The soldiers' hospi tal &t Rand wick supplias some of the needs, but those incapacita ted soldiers (including blind sol diers) who may have a wife, sie ters, or mother who would super vise the home, duties .will, if de sired, have a* home built for them in any -centre in N.S.W. they wish. Thie ' erection of 11 homes has already been approved of, and .further applications are baing'^&alt with as they are received. These homes are ab solutely free.'

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SOME DON'TS TO BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

SOME DON'TS TO BE DONE. Don't count your chickens be fore they -are hatched. Sell the eggs. Don't marry in haste to repent at leisure.. £yet a divorce, early. Don'i hit ^l man when he', is down. Kick him. Don't smoke. Chew 1 Don't lie. Forget it ! e

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Braidwood Police Court. FRIDAY, (Before Messrs. W. Harris B. P. P. Kemp, Js.P.). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

Braidwood Police Court FRIDAY.^ (Before Messrs. W. Harris \nd B. P, P. Kemp, Js.P;). eiiarlee Gpidspink pleaded guil ty to allowing a horse to stray in the streets. Fined 5s and 6s costs. John Joseph Feehan pleaded guilty of allowing a cow to stray in the streets. Fined 5s and 6s costs. Stephen Brown pleaded guilty to riotous behaviour in Braidwood on 24th June. Constable Mullens stated that he and a soldier had an altercation in the street, when defendant knocked the soldier down. Fined 10s. and court costs. The same defendant pleaded guilty to using indecent language at the same time. A fine of £1, with court costs, was imposed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

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STUCK FOR WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

STUCK FOR WORDS. A popular chaplain at tho. {'rout tells a story about himself. Feel ing rather uncertain about his first sermon , to soldiers, he con sulted the colonel. 'Say to them,' returned the latter— 'oh. what you have, been accustomed to preach will dp well _ enough.' The colonel 5did not knt-w that for years previous to his army appointment the reverend gen tleman had 'Been chaplain at a lunatic asylum. C. D. Norn Chong has applied for a water race of 10 acres» part ly on M.T. 33, at Peggy's , Hill, parish Meangora,- also, for a dam araa of 10 acres' and a prospect ing area of 10 acres on ilie same tenement.- .. . ,

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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THE RAILWAY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 1 August 1916

TOE RAILWAY CONFERENCE. We briefly reported in our last issue the holding of the cohf er- enoe at Yasf3 for the purpose of advocating the immediate con struction of the railway to link up. the Federal capital with Jer vis .Bay., Altogether represen tatives of 37 municipalities and shires, embracing the whole of r,«q area Dei ween lass ana woi longong, attended. There were also present Senator Grant, Mes srs. Austin Chapman, Lynch, and Patten, Ms.P., and Mark Morton and P. M'Girr, Ms.L.A. By the construction of such i line it was held the policy of decentralisation With which suc cessive Governments have tink ered for so long would be rea lised, and wool, wheat and mut ton, ths primary products of Riv erina, could be run direct to a deep sea port, thus saving much vexatious delay, and at the same time relieving the congestion at Sydney. Mr. Austin Chapman said that all parties must agree that de centralisation was an urgent ne cessity if 'the State was to%o' gross. The railway had be...

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 — 1 August 1916

?*?» . ? If a statement is true, and is certified to, . To acbept it as such is a mee thing to do; It is futile to argue and wrangle tmd doubt If there's nought to wrangle and argue about. If you suffer from coughs, bronchitis or cold, ? ' ' , Seek relief at the druggist* where 'Wood- ses' is sold; ' . ? ? A glad restoration to health you'll assure, If you «ek for Woods' reppenniht Cure. .

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 — 1 August 1916

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