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JOHN BRIDGE WOOL SALE. ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

^NOT^HER ATTRACTIVE\LIST, Worthy in all regards to rankNwith ille several fine sales held by utaem during the present; year is the latest •one held by John Bridge and G^, on the 21st February. Tbe_._remrDS were big, and serve to indicate that the balance of the clip is selling/Well. Averages, too, were well maintained, as is seen from the fwct that out of a •total of '2,322 bales of greasy catalog ued, 1,-205 in the big lots, ranged ~ from 12d to 19d, the same range of prices convejn'ng 168 bales in the snaall lots. In the big lots, the averages were 15^d and £2 W12/9, and, iu the stars, 14~d and £19/17/10. Prominent in the the appended list is the scoured combing of Mr John Flynn (of Jeril'derie), which touched the splendid figure of "26i~d, this being closely followed by .similar wool from Messrs. W. ar,d N. Flynn (of the same locality), which reached 26|d. Messrs. Ostini Bros., Mullion Greek, and .lames Donnelly, ;Glen Innos, had the'eouspicuoas fig ure ofl9d against their consig...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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CROP FOR THE BELGIANS. FARMERS' PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

•CROP FOR THE BELGIANS. -"V-—: r FARMERS' PATRIOTISM. ^ It is remarkable what co-o^s^a.^" .~iion and ifnselfish. patriotism* cando5 when people makeup' 'tneir minds in earliest to-' carfj' oafc tl*e^gigantic ^r^noble task." In Jane last a num ber of farmers in the district vto cultivate .100 acres of land at Ba^inda, tlae proceeds,of thel^ihe^jU •crop to be devoted to a re-■ -JLiWEtDnr gallant A1 lieis/^liiBr.Belgian£|-. ^Oe use of the laud had;*been kindly donated by a^enerods'^if^-patriofic.! .gentleman, Mr E. S:-; Da'vison, _and .the crop- was ploughed -and. .sown as arranged, the bulk of the work be : ing carried out in the course of one •day by 28 teams. On the day sel ected for the stripping of the crop a start was made at 9.30 a.m., 15 har vesters being used in the work.They •completed the task at 5.30 p.m., hav ing stripped 100 acres in the course of eight hours, the yield bein» about 7 bags to the a#re. The fund will, therefore, benefit to the extent of -about £500. During ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

wo n ici @ s* ftal it ■'■tliei:' p^rir "W? e l\ a v e r.eceivecl. i> tim et reci 5 of letters from sEh.tisfie dt cus.tdniera1 p;x*<essix&g'. Hissis* de 1 i£*ii t wi t f% t h e w a y: t ii e p i a n os tva. v e y'eara 0.2®© guaraB-' ^ e*dilf a. ra cl . o Hi 1| - eas# terms ■ if "esixed-. . *'*rgzir&Q ' ;Fres.v ... yi fe«v *■■■'■* : •— WE ARE MYERS of Wheat iri any quantity. lllj.fliuj DUIMO HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN. very Conveiuen.ce £or Unloading Wheat at our large Up-to-date Shed ?pr." '4^. Wheat received for Storage on Liberal Terms. M. M'LEOB m CO., Millers and Grain Merchants, Gilgatidra MANUFACTU RERS OF THE FAMOUS "CASTLEREAGH" FLOU'R Titer's?: Mottling in a lame-UntL the Owner JteMeisres Something When Lincoln stood bare footed steering a raft down the river, how many would have thrilled at his name ? Try to disassociate such names as Edison, Car negie, Marcp,ni from the owner's achievements and they are commonplace names after all. . But the ability ...

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DEATH OF MR. G. HITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

DEATH OF ML G. — Tbe.re passed away on Monday, at the residence of Nurse Hicks, Orange one of the pioneers, of the Cas tlereagh River district, in "the per son of Mr George Hitchen. He had been ailing, more or less, for the past two years, bat latterly his malady became -worse, and he went from his home, "Federal Park," Coonamble, to Orange about two months ago for the benefit of a change and expert medical attendance. However, he was a hopeless case, and the end came on Monday afternoon. During* his illness in Orange his wife never left his side, and lived in the hope that he would improve sufficiently to enable him to be removed to the-'sea side, where it was opined the sea air would have had a beneficial effect upon his system. The deceased was. one of the best known of "the'Coon amble sheep.-.men, and enjoyed a wide popularity throughout the west • where he spent the whole of his ex istence. His age was 6l, and he was a brother of Captain Bill Hit chen, also of Mrs Munro, propri...

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LAST YEAR'S HARVEST. EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

LAST YEAR'S HARVEST. EXTENSION OF TIME GRANTED. Representatives of the Farmers and Settlers' Association interviewed the Attorney-General on Friday last respecting some of the problems as sociated with the 3d per bushel ex tra the farmers are to get for their wheat seized last season. Nr Tretliowan said_that many far mers were finding it impossible -to comply with the regulations imposed by the department in regard to1 claims for the extra 3d, and asked that the time for lodging the applica tions be extended beyond February 29. Other speakers stated that the'far mers did not understand that they could sell seed wheat where they liked, and a good deal of confusion had resulted. They reiterated the statemeut that forms of application for the extra payment could not be obtained. Mr Hall said the question had been urged upon him by Mr Burgess and Mr Thrower, M.'L.A. He felt he was going a long way in deciding that he would not confine the 3d per bushel extra to those who were ap pellant...

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HOSPITAL SPORTS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

HOSPITAL SPORTS CARNIVAL. A meeting of delegates in connec tion with the vain oils local bodies was held at the Royal Hotel, Gilgan dia, on Thursday evening la.st, for the purpose of organising an effort . in aid of the hospital. Present — Band, Messrs Greenaune and R. Mc Carthy ; H.A.C.B. Society, Messrs Miskle and Ryan ; P.A.F. Society, Mr C. Offner • M.U.t.O.O.F., Messrs. Smirthwaite aud Gould ; Fire Bri gade, Messrs -Ilearn and Bensley ; Town Band Committee, Messrs Per kins and Whitenian. Mr A. White man occupied .the chair. Mr W. C. Dewe was appointed secretary, Mr H. Gibson president, and Mr A. S. Carroll treasurer. ' It was decided to hold a day's sports on Easter Monday ' sinailai to the sports held last year. The whole of the delegates from the various societies were appointed a general committee. It was decided to hold a concert and dance at night in aid of the hos pital. A sub-committee of three, eousist ing of Messrs Coops, Carroll, and Perkins, were appointed to work up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

Mundooran Motor Service W. T. YOUNG IS now located at MUNDOORAN, and is prepared to run Passengers to all parts of the district at the shortest notice. No distance too great day or night. New Garage being erected. Watch for further business an nouncements. Gilgandra people having business'in Mundooran will receive the ufmost satisfaction, Give W.T.Y. a trial. Address: C/o BYRNES ROYAL HOTEL, JfLUNDOORAN' ■ ' ■ ... Used and recommended by the-Leading Musical People of the World Specially recommended by SVHEIuiKli. \ BRITISH THROUGHOUT. Manufactured since 1728. . VALUE COUNTS. We have just landed 13 BBOADWOODS ex s.s. "Devon," as ordered by the N.S.W. Government for the CONSERYATORIUM of MUSIC Call on us now. New Shipment of thesebe?utiful Pianos just landed. Catalogue Free on Application. CASH OH TERMS. Join our Music Roll Library. Satisfaction guaranteed Note Address : — — THE BRITISH PIANOFORTE DEPOT LTD. 45 York Sfca?©©* (1 door from Erskine Street) Also Sole Agents for A&...

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SIX O'CLOCK CLOSING KEEPING BACK THE RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

SIX O'CLOCK CLOSING j KEEPING BACK THE RETURNS With a view of placing before the public, as a means of comparison, fig ures showing tho number of arrests against good order through drunken ness on days when the hotels hava been closed at 6'oclock and on occas ions when-they have been open till 11 o'clock, the 'Snn' made requests at the end of last week to the Inspector General of police (Mr,-Mitchell) to be supplied with the information. Mr. Mitchell promised to have it ready by Monday morning at 10.30. o'clock, but on being seen postponed the raatter till Tuesday morning at the some hour. The second visit to the head of policc had the same result as the first one, but Mr. Mitchell stated that he would have the part iculars ready at 10,30 o'clock on Wednesday morning. Again there was -no information available before noon, but a promise was made that the figures would be handed out in the" afternoon at 2 o'clock. When Mr. Mitchell was seen, he stated that the returns had, at the requ...

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LEITCHES' CREEK TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

LEITCHES' CREEK TELE- I P80NE SERVICE. & A meeting of gnbseribars in con nection with the above was held at the Royal Hotel on Saturday after inoon, Mr: C. J. Reynolds in the chair. Six ©ther subscribers were present, oat of a total of 14. The cbairraan said there were two -or three matters which required at tention. In the first place, Mr. Wake, their hon. secretary, had tendered bis resignation, owing to his leaving the district. It would therefore - be necessary to elect someone to fill that office. There was also the application of Mr. Jarvis, son, who wanted to •connect. Mr. O'Brien considered the meet ing was not sufficiently reprasenta fivs of the subscribers for business to be transacted. Mr. Reynolds : That is right. But it is pretty shard that a- man .who wants to get on the lino has to wait. We should let Mr. Jarvis know one way or the other. On the motion of Messrs. Reynolds aad O'Brien, Mr. Freeth was pro ,pos®d as secretary, but declined to •accept. The matter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

Ex S.S. Roon, made specially for Wises' Limited These hats have -been, interned at Java for the?last IS months and only came to hand this week* I Every man knows what "Borsalino" stands for in head wear. The Genuind Borsalino Hat, made by our gallant allies, is made only from the best fur felt, and- 3 the colors are absolutely fast. The above consignment contains 10 different shapes and I 12 different colorings in all the popular shapes, I The prices are 12s M, 15s, 15s id, 13s id, 14s 6$' and 1§s ®d . <-^Hr Note—As the makers of the Borsalino Hat do jr\ot guarantee the dyes during war period, IT IS 1^E1>^T© vNOTE that the aboveconsignment was shipped before the war started and consequently our patronslcan absolutely rely on our present stock. | See Wises9 Linilted's Windows this Week For Special Borsalino Display Great Western Stores

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

? Garling's •m Sale Advances Steadilv with-.Renewed-Stocks, 'i Not all the soldiers'ar3 rushed to the front at one time. Ttere are reserves..-So the.strong reserves.behind' Garling's Summer Are now debouching mt upon the tables, counters^:shelves Hundreds and hundreds, of . pound's wbrth of the season's most desirable merchandise* V Millinery, Costumes, Blouses Underwear, Men's Wear, .Household Drapery, have been brought forv^ard to swell:, the ranks of Sale Prices. The value of. an early visit to the Sale/cannot' be stated in terms of £ s. d. Every department & trying. to out-rival the other in an attempt to make this - the- BEST SALE in the htstory of the store. ©ooell' merchandising prompted ass to Say in heavy stocks, when markets were fiili and prices were Sow. Oood sense shoold prompt you to take advantage of GARLING'S LOWER-THAN-USUAL SALE TIME PRICES. Buy for the next six months, for values such as these are not likely to be offered for a long tim@. A Gleanings from ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

Tenders are invited in conwectiou •with the sanitary service of Gilgan dra. i * , # * - •Applications are. position of junior assistant clerk to the Gilgandra Shire, at a salary of J@30 per aimnm. S -* * * Messrs. Leo Waterford ami Don Ferguson, of Tooraw©enah, are in the Casnla Camp at present, bat hope to be removed to the artillery camp ■daring the present month. * * On final leave this week are Pri vates Dotson, Beattie, and Hender son, of Ooonamble, who came along ■with their mats. Private Anderson, son of Mr. arid Mrs. P. J. Anderson, of Bearbong Station. • ' * / ' * * . Mrs. W. Waterford, of " Ellerslie,'' Tooraweenah, whose illness _ we pre viously mentioned, is in a privrte hos pital at Lewisham, is making good progress towards recovery. She "recently underwent an operation for cataarhal trouble. # * =* ■ Word comes along that Mr. Alf. Mudie, one of the best known men around Gilgandra, and who is rabbit inspector attached to the Coonabar abran Pastures Protection Board, has...

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COMMERCIAL HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

HOMEBUSH S^lLTES. John Bridge and Co., report under rlate 26th Eedruary Sheep^nd Iambs;:~AIij|pje pyer j 56,000 sheep and lambs penned at Flemington on Thursday, compris ing all descriptions, but really prime' l|eavy -.|Weight sheep, ''merinos and ci^ssbr^s,;-\;-iwj0re-:' scarbe. Baying operati|bs com menced most keenly^ 41 im pip ved rates, mj^k«t "s'til1 fnj iher in^roving as sai'#f%progres^ed, &howin|pa rise of anything up to 2/ per head. A. limited supply of lambs ~r jforsvard,^Srkt^:"rbr all descriptions ,1 being ■ especially good at advanced ; rates. ■ P Cattle:—1,681 head of all des 'ji 'Griptions forward, really choice cat \\. tie being somewhat scarce. Com j; petition opened keen at decidedly ;; "improved values-^—in fact the decline 1, of Monday last was '.practically re . -covered. Prospects point to present high values' -for sheep and cattle being . j well-maintained. It is necessary to l;give a fuU fgrtnight's notice to sec ure sheep trucks.

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A DUBBO DIVORCE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

At the Dubbo Com t last week John W. Byrurh, gaol waider, of' Dubbo, petition eel for a divorce from liltbel E. By rum on the ground other ■misconduct with Roy liochester, a railway shunter, who was joined as co-respondent Mr McManamey (McManamey and Jelf) appeared for tho petitioner. There was no appearance of either respondent or the co-respondent. ■ .John William Byrumj a gaol.war-, der, residing in Du bbo,.vs*tated lie was .■ the petitioner in the suit. He was ^married to the respondent according to the rites of the Reman Catholic Church by Father Griffin at Ganmaiu on the 9th June, 1909. He was born at-ISTyngan, and his wife was born at JSTarrandera, her maiden name being Ethel Emily Wilson. She was 18 years of age at the time of the marri age (certificate produced). There were two children as issue of the carriage—-a boy and a girl. After marriage they lived at Coolamon for , about nine months, after which they : came to Dubbo where they remained about two years. , Afterwards ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

9': 'Australian.Half. Iff© Falao© of Amuscinen S3 By Whose Hand ? STAR FEATURE. 2000ft. Vitagraph Drama. Superb Illustrations 2nd STAR FEATURE -3000ft Beautiful illustrations lustraiian Gazette* In. 268; ; TOPICAL,and CARTOONS OF THE MOMEKT ToSawe Bin? From His Wife, DRAMA Pressure of the Porter COMEDY k;lar¥@Sliiias 'Marattroner ' ^ COMEDY ■PRICE'S AS: U&JJMJL,. p />■ ont Chswifd Gliaplin Pictures will beyreguforly Shown in Australian .Hall

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

sydney" wool sales Wincliicombe, Carson Ltd. sold ' 5,200 bales wool at Tuesday's sales. Prices for all free .w^s showing •length were a shade v„dearer, other grades were unchanged. We s.old scoured fleece to 30|-d, and New Zea land greasy loece to 20d ; A. Harris, Warkton, 17yd, A. J. Tambaroora, 16f,d ; Geo Fletcher, Warren, 14|d ; J. B; Eddy, Gilgandra, 13-fd ; Mrs J. Mc-Ewen, Gilgandra, 13fd; J. J. Se'hly, Gilgandra, 13d ; John Maher,. Gilgandra, ll^d; C/ M.. Stewart, Collie, 12d '■

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WEDDING BELLS. FYFE—CRUICKSHANK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

FY FE—CRUICKSHANK. Mr'. J. Fyfe's " Gowen " home steal was the scene of a very pretty wed ding on Wednesday afternoon,, 23rd February, when his eldesfe daughter, May Ann, and Mr. Robert Donald Crnickshank, of " The Glen," Toorayveeuah, were united in the holy ♦bonds of matrimony, the officiatirg clergyman being the Rev. Mr. Hen derson, of GuI::r^ambone. The bride, *vho -was given away by her father, looked charming ^ in a dress of white crepe de chene. with pearl trimmings. She also wore the-' en's torn aiv wreath and .yeil. The bridesmaids were Miss E. Fyfe (chief), sister of the bride, who was exquisitely dressed in a gown of' white voile, la'ce trim mi gs, worn with an aeroplane.hat, and Miss S. Hourn, prettily frocked in a white rusched silk dress, with aeroplane hat. . Mr. " T:>m " Fyfe, brother of the bride, acted as best man. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a gold wristlet watch, and to the bridesmaids a gold bangle.. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a s...

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BATHURST STOCK MARKET March 1st [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

BAT HURST STOCK MARKET . March 1st E. H. Taylor and Co. report only .•■•about 60 fat cattle forward. There usual attendance and prices / |*^bout equal to last week's rates. ( ^oa''^xiality cows made to £16, heifers -Glaason • 6d to £ : -c. v. s £12 5s,jl steer £10 ; ac. S. Williams, ■ 3 cows l£ll 10s to £M ; 1 vealer £8 17s 6d, !j2 heifers to £i0 5s. Sheep market jfirm. We sold ac Amos, lambs l&s 9d,ewes 18s- 6d, wethers .:22s 3d I o £11 lis. We sold ac. J. /9 eows and heifers £11 lis 13 17s, 2 vealers £5 5s ; ac. uttor, 3 cows £9 7s 6d to

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MR. PERCY WAKE. PRESENTATION BEFORE DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 March 1916

PERCY W/KE. PRESENTATION .«EFORE V'^'-DEPAllTUBfe. PT^ prrrj gp ■ ■ a*-- -- ■■: \ That Mr. Percy Wake is, .held in I high esteem by those who ki>ow liim [ "was shewn on Saturday afternoon : last, wheiva number of' his. ariends ■ y met at the Royal Hotel to m^ke him a snaall presentation prior to^is_de paTtnr®.f.ron% trhV-dTStrtacT. MrTfcV'ake ■ is a successful young farmer,wvwo has just leased his -valuable ,,property, in own, as " Holmlea," ' aikl intends living in TsTew Zealand. During the tins® ho has lived in the Gilgandra district-he has been associated with Tariens public movements, and was an aetire member of the P. and A. Asscciation. Mr. C. J. Reynolds -was voted to the chair. He said : As chairman, it falls t© my lot to say a few novels on this ©eeasion. As you all know, Mr. ••"'"Wake is going to leave us, and we are here this afternoon as a mark of the esteem and respect we have for him. We are all sorry our friend is leaviBg1 us, for he and his wife are. am ©Eights ou...

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