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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

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Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

SPORTING. Garthowen ,who started at 7 to 4 against, won the Hurdle Race at Rosehill on Saturday from Syl van Lass (7 to 2), Canmore (12 to 1) and a big field. A good field stripped for the Rosehill Guin eas. Wolaroi was favorite: at 5 to 4, Thana being next in demand at i- to '2. Outside Bucklaw (6 to 1) the others were at long prices. Wolaroi won handily by a length from Thana, who beat Bucklaw by a head. Merrimee (9 to 2) ac counted for ,the Cornelia Stakes, Inia (14 to 1) being second and Herbie (20 to 1) third. Costello was a warm favorite at 5 to 2. Ten ran in' the Spring Stakes. The absence of Woorak made the race more open. - But still Ce tigne was sent out a hot favor ite, starting at 5 to 4 against. Blague and Garlin were at 5's, and Panacre at Q's, others 10 to 20 to 1. Blague led until the straight was reached, where Ce tigne came through and won by a length «nd a half from Panacre with Blague third. , There were^UO runners in tfct1 Rosehill Handicap, and the win ner, . C...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSCPI[?]TION DRASTIC ACTION OF THE P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

-?ONSCPTrTION. ERA8TIC ACTION 07 THE P.L.L: The central executive of the P.L.L. has carried a motion., ex pelling Mr. Hughes from the La bor movement. /The executive has also decider! to withdraw the endorsement of Messrs. Holman, Griffith, and Bag nail. The Enmore branch requested the executive to withdraw Mr. Hall's ?endorsement for the 'En more seat, and this' was 'acced- ed to. A motion was brought forward at the Labor Council's meeting for a stop-work meeting of union ists to discuss conscription. The matter was adjourned to the next meeting to allow of delegates being specially summoned. A large conference was held at Cootamundra on Friday night, at which Mr. Holman was present. Mr. Fred. Legge, who has been the Premier's chief supporter in past contests, occupied the chair. The cancellation -of Mr. Holman's candidature was carried unani mously* but the question will be re-submitted for confirmation to all the Leagues in the elector ate, and the results returned at the adjourn...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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A GERMAN ROMANCE. LIBEL ON THE ANZACS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

A GERMAN ROMANCE. LIBEL ON THE ANZACS. German newspapers liberally re print the 'Kolnische Volk Zei tung's' so-called 'Interviews from Egypt.' Among the most grotesque, it is stated that when the Austra lians and New Zealanders were . ordered to withdraw from Egypt, riots and mutinies broke out, and were suppressed tardily and at great cost. The rebels were quiet ened with all manner of promises. An English higher command as sumed the Anzacs, before they started for the front; that when they conquered the enemy coun tries they would live like lords at tiie enemy's expense. 'With countless beautiful wo men and sweet wine,' concludes the article, 'you will hold vic torious revels. The- bill to provide for € o'clock closing has been passed in the Victorian Legislative Assembly!

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

COMMERCIAL. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., offered at auction on Thurs day a catalogue of 2070 bales. There was jai full attendance of buyers, but the embargo on wool to America prevented representa tives from that market from ope rating. Other buyers bought cau tiously. The demand was strong for. wools free of burr and good stapled lots of fleece and pieces, all of which brought excellent prices. Crossbrcds and shortsta pled and burry merino sold irre gularly with a declining tendency. Scoureds were in poor request. At auction and privately we sold 3931 bales, including : Quan tambone/House, Brewarrina, 20d; Bairnkine, Wa'gett, 20d ; Gowrie/ DS, Gulargambone,vl7id ; GE/D.T, Warren; 18£d ; AE/DJ, Warren l£7d ; JAH/Gidgee, Cobar, 17fd ; K and D/M, Warren, 15 jd ; SRE/ Matourie, Coonamble, 15£d ; JM/. Warren, 18£d ; E/Quantambone/ Epe, 17|d; FFJMowlma, Coon anrole, 17£d ; K in cir.APigeonbah (black), Warren, 17Ad' ; E and JW/ Mt. View, JFari&lda, 13£d ; Walma /Namoi, Walge...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EAKLY CLOSiNG AND ITS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

EABLY CLOSING AND ITS RE SULTS. So far the early closing of ho tels in this State his achieved nothing that the wowser can wowse about, unless it be that it has prevented the temperate class of people from enjoying an evening drinK ror social or uuisir ness reasons: As far as the in temperate people are concerned, they still drink as fervently as ever they did, either* in their own or somebody else's homes or in the streets and parks and sly - grog shops. At any rate, a spe cial police report upon the ope ration of the law shows that while there have been'/? ewer cases of public drunkenness 'before the courts in the metropolitan area there has been more home and park drinking, in most of the li censing district®, while slygrog geries have spring into existence with rare rapidity. The police court proceedings furnish abun dant proof of the latter fact. They do not, however, reveal the full extent of this illicit business by any means. The city and sub urbs are said to be honeycombed ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPLENDID NEW ARMIES. WHAT BRITAIN IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

SPLENDID NEW 'ARMIES. WHAT BRITAIN IS DOING. The 'New York World's' epc I cial correspondent at the Brit I ish front on the Somme cables I 'hat, despite their steady ad I vance, the British command doe3 not look for a quiGk termination of the war* The British are de termined to carry the war on to \, German soil. Reinforcements for ; the Somme are literally, thick [? from the battle-front to the sea. h The Germans are concentrating against the British. Germany has I 2,000,000 troops in JPrance, of whom 700,000 are 'concentrated I against the -British. f The allied armies are making r steady headway. They first cut r 'he German wire . entanglements I ty shell- fire/ and then Bend in & I continuous hail of trench bombs. I Britain's army is splendid mar I terial, says the correspondent. I At least 2,000,000 men could be I thrown against . the Germans at I ^y one point without touching 1 '& reserves at home. At the iP^sent rate, of losses Britain | could fight through ne...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SO TERRIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

SO TERRIBLE. Tom : When you proposed to her I suppose she said, 'This is so sudden I' Dick : Uo 1 She was honest, and said, 'This suspense .has been terrible.' The resignation of Mr. F. Tu dor- as Minister for Customs is said to be due tortile fact that he had conscientious scruples against ^any action compelling military service, and that, there fore, he considered his presence in the Ministry would only tend to embarrass other members. Pres sure brought to bear on Mr. Tu dor failed to induce him to with draw hie resignation. . ?.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LABOR PARTY AND PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

THE LABOfi PARTY AND PUB LIC HEALTH. If there is one thing more than another for which the Labor par ty deserves credit it is unques tionably its public health policy, and particularly for the measures it has adopted for the preser vation of the health of the chil dren, upon 'whom the responsibil ity for the future well-being of this great island continent will be cast. In connection with our educational system there is a medical inspection staff, a met ropolitan and isix travelling den tal clinics, a travelling hospital, and* a travelling dpthalmic clinic. These are in the hands of ex perts in the medical and dental professions. During 1914 no few er than 76,000 children attending the public schools'^ and over 15, 000 attending private establish ments were examined by the school medical staff. Out of these 56,360 were found to be suffering from some 'ijuyenile defect, and of these 15,769 received treatment. In 1915 the school travelling hos-, pital— the only one of its kind in the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

Tm SOHOOtar^ST^R ABEOAD. ? r^- ? r-~ ? To the Editor. Sirr— in reference to the Mon garlowe /w_ar service committee argument, will you permit me to butt in ? The whole trouble has arisen through the secretary's assertive-. ness. .Tins js a bad complaint with some village pedagogues. The cause of the disease is two fold. It has, like Topsy, 'grow- ed' in some. In others it is de veloped by school environment: Amongst the kids the schoolmas- . ter is a shining light. Likewise he is an autocrat. They daren't argue the point with him. Out side the school he, or some of liim, also wants to run the show. He imagines that, as in the school, when he opens his mouth no man's dog should bark. He imagines that he is qualified to do everything off his own bat, and foolishly thinks everyone should submit to his boss-ship. Mr. W. 'T. Beck, in his effusion in your last issue, three parts of which is altogether irrelevant to tho issue, shows what an as sertive person he is. He says v/ith great mode...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAST STRAW'. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

THE LAST STRAW. A moving picture comedian said at a supper party in New York : 'I didn't always have as easy work as I have now. I remem ber a season when I was promp ter in an English provincial the atre for 15sa week. In addition to keeping the actors to their lines I had to make all the out side noises. 'I thundered, I galloped like a' horse, I sang like a woman, mar ched like an army, howled like a drink-maddened mob, and scree ched like a locomotive, all for 15s a week. 'I remember one night when it seemed that the last straw had been heaped on me. I wa.s let ting off female shrieks of terror, and thundering with one hand and nailing with the other, while' my right leg was working the moan ing of the wind and the left was imitating the crash of falling trees, when the leading man stuck his head round at me from the stage. He was supposed to .be pursued by dogs, and he hissed : 'Bark, yo uchump', bark 1 Why don't you bark, you lazy shirker ?'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

'^??MM— — M— I— — I—— — ^ ALL ECONOMISTS SHOULD GIVE ATTENTION TO THE SPLENDID VALUES IN WINTER CLOTHING at Dowell's. Good goods are offered at low prices. You get the advan tage of value when you select your needs at Dowell's. Just note these helpful lines if *you want to save money — they are all keenly priced. L Up-to-date Dress Goods JjF DEESS TWEEDS, double width, yflHL Is Id, Is 4^d, Is 6d, Is lid, 2b \Vi CHECK DRESS TWEEDS, double ^fedf width, 2s 3d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s /y^QT/\ ALL-WOOL CREAM VOILES, 2s /JL ^S \V 6d, 2s 9d, 2s lid. /JtTlL )\ ALL- WODL GEEAM CASHMERE, 1r\ WH ** A^ 2s 6d, 2s 9d. \\ ir-SniSak ALL-WOOL DRESS SERGES, 2s \LjFi3iElm lld- fe lld- 7s 3d- 1Os 6d. SSl&\\ IEhK ALL-WOOL CREAM SERGES, 2s Mm I1HI 6dj 3s lld- 4s Gd' ft jMT DON'T MISS THIS £lNE I Mm L ilk Silk Finish Velveteen, all shades, ff M II remarkable value at 1/11 yard. im ii II Manchester Department ^fJiUly^ CREAM FLANNELETTES, 5W, 1 iff^TLS^ 8H 10^ H ls ld VlSt^' STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 9d, UJ^^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

j&k JUSTA J?m W0RD I U ???* ^^s TEA I WHY SEND TO SYDNEY FOR YOUR TEA, WHEN YOU CAN GET THE VERY BEST TEA ~ THAT MONEY CAN BUY AT YOUR OWN DOOR ? INCUS'S Famous Teas ..ARE THE.. Best Procurable ! Goldenia Tea .... 2/ (One of IngHb's BEST). Soyereign Golden Tips 1/9 (A HOT Favorite). | Sovereign Orange Tips 1/9 Argyle Golden Tips ... 1/9 Gipsy Tea ... ... ... 1/9 (Nice and Mild). New Billy Tea ? 1/9 (A Tea with a FLAVOR), INGLIS'S Famous Billy Tea! 'THE OLD FAVORITE.' at Is. 9d. per pound. ®W' We can also do the above iu 5lb. Tine AT A BEDUCTIOIT. ? SEND FOR FRE^SAMPLES TO — BRASDVIfOOD. -

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Local and General. ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

Local and General. ? : — *_ — _ — _ . ROLL OF HONOR. A telegram was received by Mrs. W. Ah You on Saturday an nouncing that her brother, Pri vate John Bell, had been killed) in the fighting in Prance on the 5th August. The deceased, Tvho wa& 29 years of age, was a native of Braidwood, and resided here until the faniily removed to Bur renjuck some few years ago. At one time he was an employee in the 'Dispatch' office. He enlis ted in May, 1915, so that he had seen a good deal of fighting. He was of splendid physique and keen' on the soldiering game. -The 'Re- view' extends its sympathy to the family in their sad bereave ment. Mr. T. Keyte, of Major's Creek, has received a telegram from the Defence Department that his son-in-law, Private R. Duffy, was killed in the fighting in France on 15th August. Mrs. Duf fy is staying with her parents at Major's Creek. This paper ten ders its sincere sympathy to the bereaved family. THE MOVIES. On Saturday night last Mr. P. Nom Chong relea...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REFERENDUM. MEASURE IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

THE &BFERENDIJM. -- ? . * - .* - \ MEASURE-IN, PARLIAMENT. The conscription question was keenly debated in the House of Reps, on Thursday, when.~ihe bill making provision for the taking of a referendum on. the question of compulsory military service for ihs term of the war outside the Commonwealth was brought for ward. Intense interest was taken in the public galleries was filled. The debate was opened by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) mov ing the second reading of the Referendum Bill. He said that there was need for urgency, but provision was made that even should the bill not pass before the date fixed for the issue of the writ it would not affect the matter. All persons eligible to vote at ordinary elections or re ferendums would have a vote on the question submitted, but no naturalised enemy subject would be allowed to vote. All Austra lian soldiers oversea who .-were over the age of 21 years would -be able to record their votes between October 1 and October 28. This wo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

FATAL ACCIDENT. On Sunday morning last a fatal accident happened on the- Beula Mountain, about five miles on the Nowra aide of Nerriga. The vic tim wa« a Mr. John Byrnes, who was a stranger in these nart.s ? ;if. l^awt. Wfi have not been able to find out whether ho had any. friends here or not. It appears he was walking along the Nerriga road en route for ftowra, when he was picked up by Mr. Isoiv. who gave him a lift in his waggon. When de scending the mountain, it seems, the brake broke. Byrnes jumped out, and fj&Lling across the road the wheels of the waggon ran over him, killing him instantly. The police were communicated with, and an inquest was held on the body at Nerriga yester day by the coroner, Mr. P. E. Greneager, J.P. It is stated that the deceased had two sons at. the war, and that he had a daughter in ihe dressmaking business in Sydney. ? We regret to learn that Mrs. Harris,- wife of Mr. Harris, post master, is in a very critical state of health. A Goulburn doc...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

* &?'? - J 'A ? ' i ?- ?' ' j_' ?vp j-' 'r'-.**?!r3ifp 4i-'-i. ^4- jfH-.rf' f The French, after their re markable xlash on the Peronne Bapaume road on. Tuesday even ing, attacked and carried the large village of Bouchavesnes. Further south they continued their progress along the river. On Wednesday they again ad vanced, and crossed the main road near Bouchavesnes. There has been no change on the British front. A fierce battle is proceeding on the whole of the Servian front. The Servians have captured the first Bulgarian line. The Houman^ans continue to ad vance ^ancU the enemy tcf retreat in Transylvania. It is reported that von Mack ensen's advance in theDobrudja has been arrested on the whole front, and/ 'that he has even been forced to retire^ from some posi tions. Britain, -Russia, Italy, Servia, Belgium, Montenegro', and France have presented the town of Ver dun, through the major, with war medals in recognition of its noble and successful defence. Japan confers the swo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

LA0 1 E S i ^ THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU ! HI6GINS WINTER SHOW of Latest Fashionable Goods ft House hold Drapery will indeed interest you. YOU, WHO AT ONCE RECOGNISE THE LATEST & MOST FASHIONABLE, EMBRACE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PUR CHASE IN YOUft OWN TOWN THE NEWEST GOODS AT , THE MOST MODERATE PRICES. -g* A Visit to Our Show Room will convince. Your Inspection will be appreciated. LADIES, YOUR 1 T ENTION, PLEASE. UNTRIMMED HATS, in Velvet (upper brim of silk, lower brim of velvet), black, PRICE, 9/6. BLACK SILK HATS, stitched 'brim, Very Becoming and Very Smart, PRICE, 7/6. VELVET HATS, very latest, black or colors, Fashionable, PRICE, 7/11. VELVET HAT, Black and White (one only), Charming and Very Novel. ?* PRICE, 12/6. BLOUSE LENGTHS, of Gabardine. I DRESS LENGTHS, of Gabardine, the Latest Shades (Navy, Nigger, Champagne, Grey, Tan, Mahogany). DRESS LENGTHS ONLY in Fancy Suitings, Fancy Tweeds, and Cpvent Coatings. i , BLOUSE LENGTHS (no two alike) in Printed Flannels. BLOUSE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

Roht. N Bull, Dentist, Aloruya, Will Visit Bjrafdwood Regularly Every Month. NEXT VISITING DAYS : ARALUEN.— Wednesday After noon, Sept. 13th. BRAIDWOOD.— Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14th, 15th and 16th. BRAIDWOOD.— Thursday & Fri day, Sept. 28th and 29th. Dr. H. J. Farnsworth, 1\D.S., Penn., DENTIST, will Visit Braidwood Professionally Each Month. NEXT VISIT— Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday September 18, 19, 20. At ALBION HOTEL. Hours : 9 till 5 LEGAL. E. J. ROACH, SOLICITOE, IS how^. carrying on the bueineSB of the LATE W. L, FELL, of Braidwood ander the .«t«lB of ^ feu, wmiHun; nwo ROACH. OFFICE ? Literary Institute Buildings. ALL COURTS ATTENDED. Advances arranged on ApproTed Securities Local Agent South British Insurance Co. Telephone 47.

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THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 19 September 1916

THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK ? v ? C ura'a a chiel amang ye takin' notes W faith he'll prent '.em.— Buiws.

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