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WORKS ITS OWN REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

WORKS ITS OWN REMEDY. A|^New York judge has recently declared agaiiist the driving of automobiles by women. He says women are not up to the job—that tlwy have not enough masculine steadiness. They are more likely to lose their heads at critical moments. Maybe there is truth in what the judge snvs, but the increased possibility of accidents on this account is neutralised by the fact that everybody looks out, and is on guard? when they see a woman coming who is driving a car!

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CEYLON. THROUGH FRENCH EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

CEYLON. THROUGH FRENCH EYES. The members of the Institute for Tien^a Conversation we back ifnom the .iolid.^ > last Wednesday. The French Consul^ who \re gards them all as his famille, ^elcorned th^n back, and expressed . a hope for an increase iu the number of Ms- family this year.^ Be took the opportunity of pxesen^g Miss Clails,. w]10 is here in this bonne mile'ae Sydney as representative of the AUiance Frcmcaise in Perth, enquiring into the doings of ow A UancG Francaise here. The lecture of the evening was given by Mr. Dennehey, who \yas,.a Professor of mod ern languages in Ceylon for about ten years, and; has quite lately' com? over to Australia. He gave a mpst interesting account of Cey lon, which is, of . course, one of our Crown Colonies, and administered as a yule most peacoabBy and successfully b> an English governor. But occasionally there occurs ^ a native rising—one rather serious one which Mr. Dennehey himself witnessed, occurred only .last ^|ar, though we heard...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW NEW ZEALAND GOT HER ANIMALS. CARRIED ACROSS THE EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

HOW NEW ZEALAND GOT HER ANIMALS. „ - CARRIED ACROSS THE EARTH, Years ago a boy naturalist vras . exploring":' 1 the beauties of the Isle of Man, where he knew practically every nook and cranny. Since then he has roamed to the island farthest from the tiny spot in which he botanised and made friends with bird and animal. It is 45 years since. Mr. P. P. Corkill left the Isle of Man to become a lawyer at New. Plymouth, New Zealand, but he doe3 not forget the old scenes of his boyhood, nor has he ceased to be a Nature student". "I remember the last two foxes in the Isle of Man," he says; "one was stuffed at Mr. Farrant's residence at Ballakillingan, and the other was kept on a chain in the glen at Bishopscourt.'' Perhaps'Isle of Man readers may be. able to give Mr. Corkill news of pres ent-day foes in the little island, if any still exist there. Any news about foxes should in terest him, for they have none in New Zeal and, he says, rightly adding: c 1 Although we have made some bad blun...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Methodist Church. - Feb 20—Gilgandra 11 Mr Hol swich ; Leitches Cseek 3, Balladoran 11, Gilgandra 7.30 -Rev W. Jenkins : Bidden 3 Mr Ralph

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

POSTAL TIME-TABLE _ • ■ -9- ... |5|0vving to an alteration in the railway time table recently made the postal officials have found it necessary to re vise the times of the closing and depar ture of mails. The appended time table has now been adopted, viz.: Arrivals from— Sydney, Dufoto, Balladoran, Eiraun gerie, 10.15 a.m. daily exccpt Sunday Coonamble, Gul^r, Curban, Armatree 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted Tooraweenah. Biddon, 2 p.m. Sun days, Tuesdays, and Thursdays Collie and Merigal noon Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays Mundooran,'Wednesdays and Fridays noon Dcparluresto— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun 'gcrie3.40 daily Snndays excepted Coonamble, Gular, Curban, Arrnatrce, S.45 a.m. daily Sundays excepted Tooraweenah, Biddon, Collie and Meirgal Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays r.oon Mundooran, Tuesdays and Thursdays noon Bulga, Mondays and Thursdays noon Everton, Tuesdays and Fridays noon New Berida, Tuesdays and Fridays All mails close thirty minutes before the advertised time o...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

' The monthly meeting of tbfe above •was held oii Friday. There were present Crs. Stan ley (chair )i W hite • manj Barber^ O'Neill, and Sinner. A wire was receiven from ti\e Pre sident, who missed the train. V The Finauce Committee's rqoort .'"..was adapted and accounts amounting to £271/6/6 passed for payment.] : ; SHIRE CLERK'S ,R"SP6Er The Clerk exported as follows • The balances of the various funds on 81st January were : General ^und, £203/15/3 ; Local Fire Fund, ^15/3/1 ; Local Street Fund, £6/6/1 ; Sanitary £91/18/5 ; Trust, £69/16 v 10 ; Temporary Loan Fund, Dr £1450. The following licences have been issued : Vehicles to E. Campbell, B. lieech, G. Rowley ; drivers to W. . Stanley, A. Wrigley, F. Wrigley ; and building permits to H. Lemon to build cottage in Warne-st., Gilgan dra, and A. Lloyd to build cottage at Armatree. The Inspector of Fire -\Brigacles paid a visit during the month,_ "and reported satisfactorily on everything in connection with the L^cal Fire Brigade.—Rec...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Holy -Catholic Church. English Branch. Feb 20—Giigandra 7 li.c. 11, 7.30, Kiekabil 7 li;e., 10, 11, Lara 3, Collie 7.30, Curban 3.30

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

WANTED RABBIT SKINS, Sd per lb .paid. A. WOOD, Noih & Ail • TENBERSv;..:. 1 Tenders ;jre . invitccl for supply of fire wood ,i n 50 1 ori 1 pis, no.t -ovcr 5 fi i n -lengthy nor 12 inchcs in diameter. De* livciod on trucks rit GilgVndrn, Coon amble, -oi intcin-'cclifite stations. Ap ply. ~ ; ^•FAIJCXHR ELECTRIC CO., : . Alo..re Sr., Svdney, ; or ; H. McCLURE; : "• > . -/ '•< • * My nil View cglue pjmcvLiimM mmuM MK.MAHGS,: of the Agricultural Dept., will deliver a lecfnre in. the Collie Hall on \\ ednesday, February 23 rd. /'.Subject* Agi icultcmil Or ganisatioTi. ' • 0. W T\0\r CLIFF, ;Sec. Collie Ao'taculfcuralBureau. Itiliriiai ^ial Under (lie auspices of the Gilgandra H.A.C.B.S. Will be held in the AUSTBALIAN HALL on : . ^ (Nightof Hibernian Races).,; Higli-class Mnsic. Splendid Supper Tickets—Gents 5/, Ladies 2/6 A. S CARROLL, 7 Hon. / F. J O DD j Sees. IM OKEtBiSFORD HALL Feb. 23 ') Tickets 2s and Is IS.ABEL MAGMANUS, Hon. S'ec. S. L. BRYAN, Hon. Treas .W...

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Evangelical Lutheran Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Evangelical Lutheran Church "Feb27—BId3on 10, Gilgandra o Rev. E. Graebner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

YOUR FRIENDS WILL HOT TELL YOU 'tViat ■ your -'.'ray hair make* yon look' old; it is; uii« of those poinLs whie'h,. are • npvur mentioned—but always;, noticed. Gray luiir is nor. a reproach,' but it's a mighty biy disadvantage. Why' not alter it? "Alario I'ermanent Hui'v Stalri Av.ilI- restore vonr hair to a. Youth-* lu 1 bright color, g'i v i n.it a. .soft, silk? brilliancy in anv... saado of ln'owii/ or }■:black.' Wa:duny..v-'Wiii not remove it. :* I'amp, humid atmosphere will not. change it. JOven ae-a bathing' avill not affect it in the least. One treat meat will alter your ag-ed aiipea.ranco. Why not use it? Why be ;,'ray and look old? Sold by most chemist's or .sent, under pla.in cover, on receipt of price, .10/ti,. and I'd. postage, from Marie Van lijrak kol,-JUtd., 178 Castlereagh Street," Syd nov. "'When ordering', :<tate what shade yon desire, whether light, medium, dark brown, or black. .Always -u»o "Marie"' Shampoo Jelly for washing the hair;, only 1/- l'or 25...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

Nothing more delightful could be purchased for your home. It would g'ive endless pleas ure to every member of the family. Write and let us send you fu 11 particulars^ or call in and hear them. We sell on Easy Terms. Another B Staid, Long-lieaded ©Id .General,.-right in the front 'Seadin^tlifii^S^ • TSi@ysaiwb more, wanted to-join lis the SS1EAT MilOU T0 0 AH LI BIS' ;SlTORES wh e& a tfis viotory ©vei° iiigii prises is / BOOTS AN#SiSOE§-. A great factor'in the great march. No excuj5e--ifyou have not gQfid'boots.; High in quality, low- lepras,e % ' Second MEN'S AND YOUTH'S HATS, SUITS, SHIRTS, AND TIES, just what is wanted for a big Xmas spruce up after the march in heat and dust. Where the Ladies are in evidence and SfSILLINERY is the first dish on the -.-'Meou and a sumptuous spread of dainties awaits you. Then follows DRESS MATERIALS BLOUSES, finished off with dainty sweets in LACES, EMBROIDERY, RIBBONS^ IN SERTIONS, and JEWELLERY. Don't be shy girls, get right into line an...

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"50,000 GOOD GERMANS." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

"50,000 GOOD GERMANS." At a committee meeting of the Manly Anti-German League, the fol lowing motion was uHanimously car ried :—•"T at the Ma.n 1 y branch of the Anti-German League enters an emphatic protest against Mr Fisher's utterances with regard to the ' 50, 000 good Germans in Australia,' as cabled to and published in the press, and repudiates it as far as the Anti German League is concerned ; that . . I a copy of this resolution bo sant to the Acting-Prime Minister and the press." " The following notice of mo tion will be brought forward at the next meeting —"That the member for the district (Dr. Arthur) be ask ed to introduce a Bill into the House to disfranchise Germans and other alien enemies."

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WARREN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

.WARREN-; iiOSPITAJj.... A special appeal on behalf of tlie Warren District Hospital resulted in donations of £300. In November last the hospital funds were only £40, but the year ended with a.credit balance of £500, including the Gov ernment grant of £100

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DISTRICT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

DISTRICT STOCK. The following prices for Gilgan dra district stock were realised at Homebush .stock sales on -Thursday : .^yp^'i'hriek,. Myall Park, treer u:Pl'M0i% 5bw4o/2, 95 xbe 39/2, T>4 33/, 77 e 31/11 to 32/, 21 25/11 ; J. Par slow, Gilgandra, 5 xbd 34/3, 5 xbe 34/3 ; J. L. Brown, Tonderbrine, Gular, 37 xbw 30/11, 28 28/, 20 w 29/10. 100 29/9, 48 27/6, 26 wh 25/8 ; D. McAlarv, Warren, 20 >:bw 31/9, 30 31/, 24 28/2, 27 xbe 29/10, 19 xbe 28/1, 214 w 25/, ]37 24/7 to ; 24/9, 39 e 26/ to 26/4, 49 o 22/, 6 stags 21/11. Cattle.—H. McClure, T Gilgandra, 6 cows avg. £11/14/6, 8 steers avg. £9/7/6, 11 heifers avg. £9/0/5. Shrewd, thrifty people go to Gar ling's for everything and save money juaez-O"

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COMMERCIAL BATHURST STOCK MARKET Feb. 16th [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

BATJELTJRST STOCK MARKET Fob. 16th E. IL Taylor and Co. 'report very small yarding of cattle, viz., 43 head,, medium to inferior cattle from local paddocks. No good or prime cattle forward. There was a fair muster of buyers and ibe market closed at last week's values. We sold ac. owner 12 heifers to £ll 10s ; ac.'• Thos.. lioidy, heifers to £13 15s Fat S!vej|p:—Market a shade lower.. 469 yarded, allot which we sold. Ac, It. L. OKlmour, 4-5 xbred lambs (small) 16s ; 35 xbred wethers and owes 24s 3d, 21 merino wethers 20s 6d ; ac Thos,■ Reedy, 85 crossbreds 23s, 24 crossbred lambs 18s 3d, 108 merino ewes 30s, 20 calls lis 9d.

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A POPULAR RAILWAY OFFICIAL. MR. A. S. GALLON HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

. —; ■■.. . MR. A. S. GALLON HONORED. There was a large gathering of railway - employees and citizens of Gilgandra at the Railway Refresh ment Room on Thursday night-last, when Mr A. S. Gallon, for some time was- night officer at-.the* local station, was tendered a send'-off, and made the recipient of a presentation. Mr Gal Ion has been appointed to the relieving staff, with headquarters at Mur.rnrundi, on the north. The chair was occupied by Mr J. Kemp-Bruce, and the toast of "The King" was first honored. In propos ing the toast of ''Our Guest," the chairman said they had gathered | thereu as fellow employees and citi zens to do honor to Mr Gallon, who for two years had been associated with the railway staff at Gilgandra, and who was held in {high esteem by every railway man and a large sec tion of the public. Personally he re gretted Mr Gallon's departure, and was glad his removal meant pro motion. They had always found their guest a capable and courteous officer—one who could al ...

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RECRUITING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

RECRUITING NOTES Lieut. A. J. Shirt, the enrolling' officer for the Battalion Area, to which this Shire is attached, will visit Gilgandra on Monday next, the 21st inst., and notices have,been sent to all who have expressed their willinguess to enlist either forthwith t r within the next few weeks to re port at the Shire Chambers at 10 a.m. on that day for medical examin ation. Anyone who has not been notified and, are willing to enlist should also attend at the same time and place, and any who are free to do so should conic prepared to pro ceed to camp, - - ....'.■■Notices have also been sent to those who have, ISpfcssecl a willing to enlist at a later date inviting t h em to sab m it th e m sel v es to a ' medical examination as early as possible, the object being to ascertain whether they have a fair chance of being finall}" accepted. In t s e event pC the ex a ml nation " being unfavorable, there would be no ne cessity to make any change in their present occupation. Gf course, ev...

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RECRUITING SERGEANT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

RECRUITIK G SERGE ANT Lance-Corporal II. Wrigley, who on Thursday last arrived in Gilgan dra to take up duties as recruiting sergeant, was 011 Satnrdaj", by tele gram, recalled to Sydney. ThessfpV. pointment of Corporal Wrigley came as a sudden surprise to local people, and bis recall was equally sudden. The matter was brought before the meeting of the War Service Commit tee on Monday night by Mr A. H. Miller, but it could not be dealt with as no correspondence bearing either on the appointment or cancellation was before the meeting. It is under stood that Mr Miller is making cer tain representations on the subject to the Recruiting Association of IST.S.W.,

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IRISH PIPERS' BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

IRISH PIPERS' BAND. Mr. J. .White,-secretary of the Gar ryowen Race Clnb, on "Wednesday re ceived a letter from Mr. J. Sheil the secretary of the Irish Pipers' Associa tion, Melbourne, definitely agreeing to visit Dubbo on certain stipulated x conditions one of which was that Mr. White act as advance agent". This Mr. White has undertaken to. do. The pipers will play at Dubbo on March 22 and 23, Gilgandra 24, Co onamble 25, Wellington 27, and Orauge March 2S. —Dub bo "Dis patch."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 18 February 1916

A. S. Carroll Miller St.; Gilgandra. Sole il gent for HE MO PILE CUBE": 'Sup-. ' postories 3a Wolaroi Grammar School, Oran^o 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day School for Boys A sound education by highly qualified raduate stafl to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate, C. R; CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. A. F. FITZHApBINGE Solicitor, 8lc Imperial Chambers, GilgaEdra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend-on approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. No Commission. All descriptions o 1 Land Business. • £ "* I bj A CARD. ur.«j. Late of Wellington, JBolioitios-V Proctor1, £SjM.«3L Attorney, Etc., Has commenced the practice of his pro fession a.t Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his- office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambone and outside centres as required. Hora'tfo Be ve ridge, Milier St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR CONVEYANCES AND LAND AGENT . TRUST FUNDS T...

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