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CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
CHURCH SERVICES Catholic ChurcK 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. Tooraweenah, third Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. Coonabarabran, fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a an., Devotions 7.30 p,m. Baradine, fourth Sunday, MasslOa.m. Mundooran—Every,fifth Sunday when occurring. Gular—Every Saturday before second Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mass 7 a.m. Perliwaugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass 8 a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. Rev. Father Parker
Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
Holy (Mkolic Church. English Branch. "27th.—Sexnagesima Sunday, Gil gandra 7 a.m. (b.c.), 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. K.L.M. Cobboco 7 a.m. (b.c.), Cadadgau 10 a.m., Lara 3 p.m. JEH, Mogrigny 10 a.m. (c), 11 a.m., Ea rn ungerie 2.30 p.m. (o), 'BalJadoran 5 p.m. (c), 7.30 p.m. W.J.C. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
. ^WANTED RABBIT SKINS, Sd per lb paid. A. WOOD, Noah's Ark TENDERS. , Tenders are invited for supply of fire wood, in 50 ton lots, not over 3ft in length, nor 12 inches in diameter. De livered on trucks at Gilgandra, Coon amble, or intermediate stations. Ap ply, ' V FALKNER ELECTRIC CO., Monre St., Sydney, or H. McCLURE, Myall View NOTICE-T0 ADVERTISERS Commencing with the first issue in the New Year, all casual advertisements published in the "Gilgandra Weekly" will be charged at the rate of lis per inch.. This increase'has been rendered neces sary owing to the high cost of printing stocks, coupled with new awards. . . A. E. PERKINS, • Dec. 24th, 1915. Proprietor ' ■ AUSTRALIAN HALL " Tuesday k Wednes., Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Direction—WALTER MORRIS ' THE BurSesq&ie an J Comedy Go. Introducing . MADAME FLORENCE HARTLEY The Canadian Prima Donna POPULAR PRICES Box Plan at M'lJers' Fur nit ufo Sale* in the Estate of , Martha Ellen White man, deceased Under instructions from the Agent...
THE REV. J. E. HARDY. CONDEMNS IMMODEST DRESS AND DANCING. "THE HYPOCRITES" PICTURE CENSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
; j. E.ei CONDI MNS IMMODEST J^RESS AND DANGINCt. ■V, " THE HYPOCRITES" PICTURE CENSURED. ( At the Church of Engiand, /Gil gandra, on Sunday night last, the" Principal of the Brotherhood, the Rev. J. E. Hardy, preached what is • regarded as .one of the most forceful and straight-out sermons ever deliv ered in the church. The rev. gentle man selected as his text part of the Epistle for Septnagesimo Sunday: "But I keep under mv bod}r, and bring it under subjection, lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a'.cast away." The whole of the preacher's excel lent discourse emphasised the "neces sity for discipline and restraint. Life, lie saicl, was a training ground, and"i theiature depended on the present, aiifl? tfo* ' *sjp we. Maids of it. We - ., might emphasise eternal .life, future pe»l8^fe«Ma and glory, but we ©euld not minimise the present, because it was spon that which our futare . "Instead of daily remind ing ourselves of this-^in fact, living ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
For Children's Hacking cough at Night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. IE ARE BUYERS PRICE GIVEN*.. very Convenience for Unloading Wheat at our large Up-to-date Shed Vyheat received for Storage oil Liberal Terms M. M'LEOD Si GO. Millers -and Graisi' Merchants^ Gilgaadra^ M A'N U FACTURERS OP THE FAMOUS "CASTLEREA€H" FLOUR Ther's ' MotMug in a the OwneF Achieves When Lincoln stood bare footed steering a raft down the river, how many would have thrilled at his name ? Try to disn »sociate 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 5 something. KENNEDY. & CO. are inseparably connected with CLOTHES and if you are koias to make YOUR NAME. ACHIEVE SOMETHING come to 7 BHilles-a? Grilff £»,:tt£©ILa?s&. Anthony Mordsrns' New Palace Emporium is not far to seek. Gathered in the Fifty De partments under one' roof are the fruits of Forest and IT a...
TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
T33N -YEARS''' IMPBISONMBNT..' The. death sentence passed in October last at the Bathurst Circuit Court by Judge Sly on Charles Jen kins. for the murder of his wife at Orange, has been commuted by the Executive pounoilT The authorities, after--consideration of the circnin stances tiudor which the deed was committed, have altered the sentence to one of ten years' imprisonment, i Jenkins is. now serving his term in Goal burn gaol.
At Home and Abroad. A GOOD OLD PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
A GOOD OLD 'PRIEST: The lie v. Father Cnrran, who lias ,.been in charge of the Warren Roman., a. ^VCafc'hoJic. parish for -■many years, has " experienced inchiferent 'health, lor , some months, and is about1*to 'leaviOr xm an extended ]joliday. The liev. .Father. Yan -Real will have charge -of.-. the parish daring his -abs.er^'e. Fatb er Currari's legion-of friends trust ^ that he will have an enjoyable and . beneficial; holiday; and , iha,t-he will : , ^ retdriirtlioroughly restQTedfo health.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
A fourth daughter has been boik\ ; to Mr. and Mrs. W.O.Dewe. Coiiy ,-gratulations ! t' * - : * / * j Mrs. Cnrran arid^Mr.-^ • of the ''Royal and Imperial Hotels, 'GiJgaridra, last week pai 1 a flying visit to Dunedoo, * \ # * Amongst the visitors to Gilgandra 'this week is Mr. Bert Daniels, the well-known representative of Wineb combe, Carson, Ltd. Mr. H. A. Waterford, the popular young Tooraweenah resident, returu -ed home with his bride at the begin * ning of the week.- Oar best wish is ' for a life ®f good luck and happiness. The rsarriage will take place-in a few weeks' time, in Melbourne, of a w6ll-kuQWii business man in GUgan dra, and a popular lady of Melbourne, who is not a stranger in these parts. # ^ * Mr; Geo. Rankin, treasurer of the "local Allies' Day Fund, acknowledges with thanks a cheque for £20, repre senting donation from the Gilgandra P, and A. Association—a gift ~which sho*ld merit public appreciation. >* * * - A meetiBg of representatives from -the Hospital C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
your f WOOL, FIT b u TO h e rs' • FR o d U G e fur skms: ? kabbit .'.SKINS,', ©to. PIGS, CALVES TO I CI highest Price ai'd prompt r&tuta® maakifiobntc tinoem bjbst Paddocks at flsmikoto* silliaa ^ubkbi oirw Kemp-Bruce & Christie, Special Agents & r O&k Two Models of;>lhese> famous Oars are 'obtain able for 1916 —the -well-known, beautifully finished--'.IVSotieS 88, ...and the new, smaller Model - 32—this, latter a light, six-cylinder Car of extraordinary vaiue-for-money. -' lik SVlocSel A very beautiful and attractive Car. An edition-de-luxe. A Car with a wonderful reputation in N.S.W.for satisfaction and reliability^' • The result of constant improve ment of one Model for the last four years. A Car with a 20 H.P. four cylinder, high-speed-type engine, electric lighting arid starting system, five tyres on interchangeable rims. . A Car with eyery possible luxury and equipment, including eyen an engine-driven tyre-pump. Five-Pa^e^ger Car £425 Two-...
A COMPARISON WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
A COMPARISON WANTED At a meeting of t'lie Cooiiamble Progress Association, it was decided that a letter be forwarded to' the pro per quarter asking- for particulars to December 31st last of the passenger and parcel traffic on the branch line Orange to Forbes, and betwesn Coonamble and Dubbo. The object is to compare the revenue and see if Coonamble is not entitled to a fast through, naail service from Sydney, which Forbes already has.
THE MERRY MADCAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
THE MERRY MADCAPS. This company of Merry Madcaps, which open in the Australian Hall on Tuesday next for a • two nights season, are, we understand, entertaiu ers above the ordinary. Their re putation "has reached Gfilgandra long before them, as a fyrst Glass show. There are eight Madcaps in the c®m-' pany and each is an artist-- of high' standing. Comedy, runs all through the program in e, and the audience is kept in one continuous state of mirth. There are no dull moments. The Madcaps are there to amuse you and this they indeed do. Madam Flor ence Hartley, the Canadian Prima Donna, has a most charming delivery of her liapily selected balads. N She is ably supported by a strong chorus of talented vocalists, who render all and every class of song, music, spec ialty sketches, burlesques and wot no ts. The box plan is at. Millers' where seats may be reserved. Tke prices are 3y, 2/, and 1/. It may be mentioned that Mr Hal Browne, of the Madcaps, will sing "The Coo-ees," the song composed...
PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
PROGRESS COMMITTEE ——^———: ■ A meeting of tlie Progress""Com mittee was hild on Monday night at the Royal Hotel. Present—Messrs A. S. Carroll^'President^.^W. Ryan, F. Smith, Hearne, Patterson, and Smirthwaite; . Letters were read from the Shire Council, Railway and Lands Depart ments. ; It was decided to again draw the Shire Council's attention to the smell arising from the night soil pans"; also, re the rubbish ia the park, and whether they would allow the tim ber to be removed. A letter of thanks was ordered to be sent to Mr Ash ford for his court eous reply and :promptuess in aealing with the Collie leases. The action of the President and Secretary in nominating Mr P. Smith to the vacant - seat on . the General Cemetery Trust was endorsed.
THE BATHURST CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
THE BATHURST GAMP The editor of "The Weekly" ,.has received the following letter :'from Corporal W. T. Hitcben .-—Just a few lines to let you you see I have not forgotten you, I would rather be a private, for then j ou would get lots of time to yourself ; a corporal is | at everyone's beck and call at all /hours of the day and night. Last Sunday I was looking after the main guard from 10 a.m. on Sunday till 10 a.ra, on Monday ; you have to go round and change the guard, every 2 hours; that was the second time last week, then had to stand-by till 10.30 last night (Saturday), up again at 5.45 this morning and did one hour's physical drill before^ breakfast, then chureh parade which lasted till 12. I have this evening (Sunday) off to do my washing and writing—but for all that 1 like it. The drilling is pretty hard, but I will never say die. I think I can hang out with the rest; often the younger ones drop out, but I plug along. They are starting a n.c.o. school this coming week, so if ...
ABSURD REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
• - —* They get some tall yarns going in . parts ot'this district. On Monday we Received tha .following inquiry frem one of the best-known men of Collie : Is it a fact that in a certain part of the - district—close to Gilgandi-a—• - there are about .1.00 German resi- . c]ents, armed, and that they are being "regularly drilled. Is it "also a fact that the police are 'aware ®f what is going on, and have taken no action to suppress it ? The gventleman.referred to put those questions in all serious ness,- and said the statement had been publicly uttered at a- recent gather ing in the Collie district by a rnau who alleged he could vouch' for- its correctness. These'stBries are absurd concoctions ■ of some irresponsible fool, who probably wants to create a little sensation round about' his own " dug-out." To our knowledge the police have investigated some of these - wild.rumers, which have been proved; to be foundationless. Some months ag ■», when the local Rifle Club l®st su ue cartridge...
WOOL GROWERS KEEP A FREE HAND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
KEEP A imEE SAND When we announced in the presv"" our intention'to: abapdfe ^ woolgrowers for tiieir business, by means o" visits of travellers at their homes, we coup?e that announcement with the statement that it was not our intention to cut ourselves adrift from our clients, and others; but that every occasion would be taken by the priucif a's, or representatives, . as in the past,;to keep in touch with wool growers at the agricultural shows, and similar functions. The proposals contained in our Open Letter to Woolgrowers and Primary Producers have brought from the conniry a UNANIMOUS ENDORSEMENT of OUR PRO- ' . POSALS to abolish ..wastef ul'expend iture.5; This endorcemenfc has been couplecLwith STRONG EXPRES SIONS of ANTAGONISM TO THE PRACTICE OF SEEKING TO OB TAIN, EARLY IN-THE. SEASON, MORE OR LESS RELUCTANTLY- - GIVEN PROMISES OF SUPPORT, • thu3 preventing a woolgrower from exercisiug his discretion iu the light of events that may happen between . the "time the promise was m...
WEDDING BELLS McPHERSON—WATERFORD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
McPHERSON—Wi:TEEFO;RD-:, The marriage Was celebrated at St. Ann's Cfiurch. Bondi, on Wednes day, 9th Pebrtiary, of Hugh A.,"Second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Water-ford, of "Ellerslie," Tooiaweenah, and Belle, eldestr daoghtier oi Mr. an'd''Mtsi-'A'' MoPherson, of 'Craigend' Tooraweeii ah. • The celebrant was the Rev. father Pi tzpatrick.. The wedding was a quiet one on ly immediate relat ions being present. The bride was given away -by her brother, Mr Alex McPherson. Miss, Olive McPher son (sister) was bridesmaid, and Mr. L. C. Watferford (brother of the bridegoom) was best man; After the ceremony a wedding breakfast ^as held at Sarj&nt's. The honey moon was spent at National Park. Both parties are very popular res idents of Tooraweenah, and the ■"Weekly" extends .heartiest con gratulations and best wishes.
THE CASTLEREAGH SEAT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
THE CASTLEREAGH SEAf • ; ; ❖ : • - Coonamble "Times" lias the fol lowing :—-"Although pressure has been brought; to bear on Mr A. H. Oliver, of this town, with the view of inducing him to contest the Cas tlereagh electorate, that gentleman informed a representative of this paper on Saturday that he had de finitely decid_ed not to do so. This decision will, 110 doubt, be a, great disappointment to his friends and supporters, who are very numerous, especially at this end of the elector ate. It seems a' foregone conclusion that if Mr Oliver could be persuaded to alter his determination and adopt the advice of his friends. He would win the seat without difficulty. His. popularity, sterling worth, indefate gable energy, and comprehensive grip of local and political affairs ren der him peculiarly adaptable to a parliamentary life." -
JOHNSON—NEILSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 25 February 1916
V'""JO^rSON —: NEJLSEN. yerjn pretty and interesting; Tvedclingj^wat solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, Dnbbo, on Wednes day-, 10th February, the contractin g' p'atties being Fi;ances Amelia (Millie ) second daughter of Mr and Mrs Evan Johnson, of "Greenwood Yale," and Mr Peter Nielsen, of "Parkes dale," Gilgandra. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Dawson' Thomas. It may be mentioned that f h e br id e's paren t s w er e ■ m arr ied in the same church 37 years ago. The wedding was a quiet one. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr J. E, Johnson, yyas pi'et • tily gowned in a dress of white crepe, white silk, lace, and French knots. Shewore. the ortho d ox wreath and "veil, and carried a shower bouquet of roses and marguerites and asparagus . fern. SI: e also wore a diamotid and rnby ring, the gift of the bridegroom. Tb.e bride's^ gift to the bridegroom 1 a silver shaving stand. Miss ; Mabel Johnson - (sister of the bride) acted as bridesmaid,/.and' was dressed , in c...