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Impressive Wool Prices. CROSSBREDS TO 20d. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

Impressive Wool Prices. CROSSBREBS TO' 2Od. We have been able to report lately several memorable sales by John Bridge and Co., Ltd. Their closing sale of the current year, however,. held on the 15tli of tins month, must be regarded as eclip sing arty of its immediate fore runners. This sale is especially notable on account of both the at tractive averages made and the figures secured in a couple of in stances, one of these establishing a record'. We understand from the firm .that for 2,348 bales out of a total catalogue of 3.248 they got 'an average price per bale of £21 5s 9d, and in the 'star' lots for 214 bales they obtained ' an average of £18 9s lid per bale and got an average price of 13jd per lb. The following particulars show that Mr. S. Kelly, of Guyra, top scored with 20d for 38 bales of crossbred ; Messrs. Cregan Bros., of Moredun, Bsn Lomond, made a record with 17£d for their broken fleece, and quite a number of oth ers secured capital prices. Samuel' Kelly (Guyra), xbd,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. Sunday was a day of interces sion throughout the country. Muf fled peals were rung in many churches. Heavy rain affected the attendances. The P. and O. liner Persia., from London to Bombay, Avas torped oed without warning and sunk on Thursday. It is believed that most of the passengers and crew have been lost. It is estimated that there were about 200 passen gers on board. Late reports state that 153 survivors have reached Alexandria, including 59 passen gers, of whom 17 are women, and 94 members of the crew, includ ing 59 lascars. At present there is no reason to doubt that the' sinking of the Persia is the worst tragedy of Hun piracy since the Lusitania crime. The loss of life is yet only guesswork. Washington is said to have been stunned by the Persia out rage. The Americal Consol was on board. President Wilson is awaiting details. A Petrograd communique sta tes : We crossed the Styr, in the Czartorysk region, and captured the village of Khriasi. Desperate futile...

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Ara[?]ces. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

' TV A TJl* B«^Kg of the Araluen j^Kcted a ] food atttj^Hh not as !arSeas^Bjc. This ls ProbaU^Kie pro?- , l)8ct of fB) to the absence (^H'd Band, , which la;^Ha very . gwat ajt,^nariy to ? »« isnuie^Hcctionoi r( ,.lc wnm^mthcrcon- „ ditions ir^Hid he de- (, sa*d. tlij^HeJiig ex optional Ha mid- |. slimmer'(^^Rfltly a »fj most utiiHKras' the result. '^H ^ l! '^'^Hhat tho coi»2»8titig^^^Hus events -- 111 a'i cic^^Bogranime was so lii^Ho horaes 1 ?stM1ing^^fce Club deserved t^MTlie rac mS, !iw«j^Haiid clean. J No f?vtr^Hi.hot fa vorites i^^Hring the £ -%, 'vliKi^B warmest c 'M^pi'obati^^fc-son, who s was ths ^^Br operat- ' t ™g- audd^Hincss not- ( with,stanj^^B3lds. Two 4' C'lier vtiii^Hyrerc pre- « ^enl: Jjitt t^^Bfrom don- ^ 'ing ilieir^^Bo the poor i fields. I^Hfct annoy j His afor^^^Bson, who. 5 however ^^Hg liis mo- l nopoly.Ji^Hjc liberal- [ lj infiie^Hs. The vai^^Barricd out painstakisj^^Bi'. W. Dil lon. altlw'^^Rid, mads an -?xcell^^Bwhilo Mr. ; M. Curm^^Htive clerk ( of theso^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

? f 1915 GREETING 1916 To Our Clients. This Year has finished up in. a way that gives us very much to be thankful for. Our -Hardest will he a record, for our wool boom prices exist, and last, but by no means least, the elements have been kind enough to present us with a New Year's Gift of incalculable value, in the shape of general rains. These advantages will go a very long way in re lieving the burdens placed upon us in the shape of taxation, which, as loyal citizens, we are bound to meet cheerfully. While the year has been the most eventful in our young Nation's history, and at times we have been anxious, we summon to our aid the courage that is an inheritance from our forefathers, and face whatever is in store with a bold front. 'What's brave, what's noble, let's do it !' {Shakespeare) ? j With the Warmest of Season's Greetings, and trusting that the NEW YEAR may be made bright by an early declaration of peaceC Yours faithfully, F. H. DOWELL J anuary, 1916.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

A DELIGHTFUL ^Zm/^ HAIR-CUT, SHAVE AND SHAMPOO ? / TWO ARCHER CHAIRS. / Make Razor Setting a speciality. — - -*. *£? se &C CIVILITY & ATTENTION MY MOTTO. ^ r_n A. Stokes, COACHPAINTER & SIGNWRITER. BEGS to notify that he has commenced business as above in premises at the rear of the old AUSTRALIAN STORES, WALLACE STREET NORTH, and trusts by promptness and good workmanship to merit a snare of public patronage. MOTOR CABS A SPECIALITY. A TRIAL SOLICITED. mtT NOTE THE ADDRESS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

Reward Offered. STRAYED or STOLEN, 50 SHEEP, October shorn, branded 3 on left ribs. Anyone giving information of the above that will lead to a conviction if they are etolcr. will receive a REWARD of £20, or if thrj have elrayed the finder will receive a smaller reward. Information to be given to THE MANAGER, 11 LA VISTA,' Six Mile Flat. WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT. Good.Wagee. Apply at 'Review'

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. HIS ONLY BRIEF. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

SHOET SERIAL STORY. HIS ONLY BRIEF. (Continued). Despite the undoubted excel lence of the 'show,' Beaumont had some little difficulty in keep ing Hugh's attention directed to the stage. Hugh, as he had said: himself, was no lover of a music hall entertainment, and, anticipa ting that he would be bored at some of ths turns he had taken the precaution to provide himself with an evening paper, 'Oh, hang it I' growled Hugh, as two dashing young creatures ran on to the stage, 'if there's one thing I hatja more than a lady serio-comic its two of them. Don't press me to listen, there's a good fellow — I'll pay every at tention to the next turn.' Beaumont acceding to his hum ble .request, he was quickly bur ied in the contents of his paper. Of a sudden he gripped his com panion's arm. 'My God, Beaumont, look here,' he cried ,holding the paper to him with a trembling hand, one finger resting upon a small para graph. The other, surprised at his agi tation, took the paper from him and read — '...

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

ACCIDENT. Mr. Abrahams, hawker, had a narrow escape from a very seri ous accident last week. He was driving a couple of horses along the Araiuen-Moruya road,- when one of the bolts in the shafts of his vehicle came out. The horses ran up a bank and the trap caj sized, throwing all the goods out.* Fortunately Mr. Abrahams wa# thrown clear, and escaped with a few scratches. The vehicle was more or less damaged. The dam at the swimming baths ,whicto lisas been repaired a second time, is now standing the test well. It is to be hoped that it will continue to do so. The cost is already considerably more than was originally antici pated. The Allies' Day celebration at Bateman's Bay on Boxing Day netted £200. Miss E. Ryan was elected Queen of the day, secur ing 13,764 votes against 13,326 cast for Mrs. Percy Bill. Mis Keating gathered in 10,023 votes. Mr. R. P. Steele, Presbyterian preacher, will jinisli up his work here on Sunday. On this day he will conduct services at Redbank at 3 p.m. a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

E. 6. MORRIS, %J|Wft Undertaker and Cabinet MaKer, ilffliBBIBilHL Photographer & Picture Framer, ^^^^^^^^g Wallace Street, Braidwood. glass cut to any size. Agent for Q. W. Cleveland, Monumental Mason, Designer, :: and Sculptor of Memorials, :: GORDON ROAD. GREENWICH. SYDNEY. ? o ? Designs and prices on application. Painting and Lettering Tombstones at Reasonable Prices. Eucalyptus Oil. TAM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY, -*- and am prepared to place Contracts for Regular Sup plies for any period from 1 to 12 months. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Representing A. J. BEDWELL, York Chambers, Market Street, Sydney. PF* Next Buying Day : January 18th, ~^| and every fortnight thereafter, at McDonald's Store.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 January 1916

OBITUARY. ' The Silent Reaper was unusu ally busy during Xmas week in this district. On Wednesday one of our oldest and most re spected residents in the person of Mr. John Hurley passed away iat the ripe age of 83 years. For some years the deceased had his legs. Otherwise he was both physically and mentally as sound as many men half his age. He was, indeed, a man of wonderful vitality. He first landed in Braid wood in 1863 from Kiandra, where he joined the police for-ceinthe ♦ previous year. He made' rapid progress in the force, and rea ched the position of senioncon stablc in a comparatively short time. He was subsequently trans ferred to Crookwell, where he was promoted to the rank of sergeant. When he reached re tiring age his feet again wan dered BraidwQodwards, where he lived till the time of his death. The deceased gentleman was wont to record many stirring stories .of the 'roaring sixties,' when tlv district was full of life and art ity consequent upon the di: ery of gold, an...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

PRBBBTTEBIAN ChUBOH Sunday, January 16. Braidwood 11 a.m. and- 7.30 p.m., Mar lowe 3 p.m. Braidwood : Sunday School, 3 p.m. J). F. Tuomas, Preacher.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

CHUBCH SERVICES. _ ? + ? _ Church of England. Sunday, 16th January. Braidwood : 9 a.m. H.C., 11 a.m., 7.30 ; Ballalaba, 3 pm. H.C. —The Rector. Jinden 11 a.m., Krawarree 3 p.m., Oran mier 7.30 p.m. — Mr. Herbert S. Brown. Roman Cathoiic. Araluen Parish.' let Sunday. — ReidBdale 9 a.m., Araluen 11 '2nd Sunday. — Araluen 8, Major's Creek 11. 3rd Sunday.— Reidsdale 9, Araluen 11 a.m. 4th Sunday. -rKrawarree 10 a.m. Eveoing Devotions at Araluen every Sunday at 7.36 p.m. A. J. MoHtTGtf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

Special Announcement Now is Your Chance for XM AS BARGAINS! Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 to 9/6 Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carej's, Pair in Case, from 15/6. . Good Assortment, of Cigarette Holders. DON'T MISS SEEING OUR : : Xmas and New Year Cards. : : A Beautiful Variety to choose from from Id to 2/6. We've some Choice Confectionery, alsp all kinds of TOBACCO, CIG ARS, and CIGARETTES on hand. If you want a FIRST-CLASS HAIR CUT, SHAVE, COOLING SHAMP-OO, call at— MATT. ANDERSON'S Speedwell Hairdressing Saloon Wallace Street, Braid wood. gf MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Markets l'emain on a par with the 'extreme pricps of a couple of months ago, 1 have. Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 PER CENT.since opening This is what Opposition has done ! The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL by me. B^*No Inferior Meat Stocked. H. GRIGG, |M». The Cash Butchery, $S3B&r WALLACE ST., BRAIDWQOD.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNCLE SAM'S BLOOD UP. ANOTHER OUTRAGE MEANS WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

UNCLE SAM'S BLOOD UP. ANOTHER OUTRAGE MEANS ? WAR. The correspondent of the Lon don 'Times' at Washington says that the neutrality decision is fast disappearing, and numerous re grets have been expressed that America has not entered the war. ' It is impossible to predict the but it is considered that any further German outrage will be answered by action that will stir up Potsdam. The limit of endur ance has been reached. All clas ses are beginning to realise what will be the outcome of Teutonic frightfulness, and are earnestly discussing America's unpreparexl ness, while at .the same time there is an inclination to put aside pelf- gathering in the face of -patriotic duty as a powerful champion of human ' rights . and universal repose. There is wide spread repulsion of Prussianism, the people realising that' if the British Empire fell the Monroe doctrine would bo a feeble instru ment to stop the Prussian sway extending to America. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

Attention, ladies I READY-TO-WEAR HATS in Latest Style, just to hand, at R. M. HIGGINS'S Commercial Stores. Untrinimed Velvet Hats. lieady-to-Wear Felt Hats. Special Value in Coats, Skirts, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery. Serviceable House Blouses. Ladies' Coats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. The Very *0^H^b$ssi sssss^^^BP^ New 3 no Lowest fH S^y Stylish - Prices. Goods. AWAITING YOUR KIND INSPECTION. R.M. HIGGINS, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'Phone 11. TOAST YOUR FRIENDS A MERRY XMAS! IN OaldwelFs FAMOUS Wines ! THE CHAMPION RECORD PRIZEWINNERS. SYD NEY AND BRISBANE SHOWS, 1915. (19 PRIZES). Caldwell's Wines, Ltd., K «5 ?ygg *t. AGENTS FOR : Tasmaniari Irvine & Co., tiw j, 'Great Western' Wercury SPARKLING HOCKS & SPARKLING CIDER. CHAMPAGNES.. Stocked by all Leading Houses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

Eucalyptus Oil. T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY, -*- and am prepared to place Contracts for Regular Sup plies for any period from 1 to 12 months. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Representing A. J. BED WELL, York Chambers, Market Street, Sydney. IV Next Buying Day : January 18th, ~9H and every fortnight thereafter, at McDonald's Store. m. LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. ^Commissions executed on all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARHNG PRICES obtained on a!! WEEKLY EVENTS , * IN ANY STATE. ' NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS. all;communications 7 Keceivo Brornpt Attention. . soFFioiEg^AnDBEss- S0L G RE Elilj Sydney. Look After Your-lyesight ! A GREAT many people who have beoen suffering from headaches, dizziness, and other nervous complaints, seldom realise that all their troubles may be caused through concealed strain on the optic nerves, or de fective vision. To remedy this they have been in the habit of taking drug*, in the form of tablets or powders, which may give temporary relief, but oft...

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THE SONG OF THE SNOWY RIVER MEN. (Sung to the Luna of "John Brown's Body lies a'mouldering in the Ground"). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

THE SONG OF THE SNOWY RIVER MEN. (Sung to the tune of 'John Brown's Body lies a'mouldering in the Ground'). We have come from the mountains and the everlasting snows ; We have come from the mountains where the Snowy River ilows, And we're marching on to glory, but there's none ' of us as knows If he'll come marching Home. Chorus : — Hurrah 1 Hurrah ! Australia will be there ; Hurrah 1 Hurrah ! Australia will be there ; Hurrah ! Hurrah ! Australia will be there ; ? For we are marching on. We've left the old slab homestead and the' humpy on the rise, We've kissed the girl we left be hind and dried our bloomin' eyes, We're ready now for duty, or the death a hero dies, — It's all the same to us. Chorus : We've hung /mr saddle up and left Our spurs upon the wall, We've turned our horses out to grass; we've heard our country's call. We're only long-legged bushmen. but we reckon we can all — Chorus : -Jo good-bye to Monaro and the dear old folk at home ; -o good-bye to the Snowies and the ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ? » ? - MINING. Messrs. Carnage and party have just received the returns from two parcels *of stone from their ireef at Major's Creek, which . were treated at Cockle Creek. One pares! of 1 ton 6cwt 2qrs yielded 17oz. 12dwt. 13grs. gold, 14.5ozs. silver, and 2.7 per cent. - of lead. The other parcel consis ted of 3 tons, 7cwtM which yiel ded 13oz. 7dwt. lgr. of gold, 10.5 iozs. silver, and 44.1 per cent, of lead. This mine has proved a most consistent gold producer for many years.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSCRIPTION IN ENGLAND. CONFLICTING VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

CONSCRIPTION IN ENGLAND. CONFLICTING VIEWS. Sir John Simon, formerly a member of the Government, said he did 'not rise -to make a per sonal explanation. ? He had made his choice, which/ had been all the more difficult and painful bo cause he owed to Mr. Asquiih all the' help and encouragement which could be given a younger man and every opportunity he had enjoyed in party life ; but it S3oni3d to him that this bill should bs resisted. (Cheers be low the gangway). The bill, he said, was speci ally recommended because of the fulfilment of a pledge. It must be distasteful to Mr. Asquith that many who effusively as sured him of their perfect con fidence that he would keep his word were the very men — and newspapers— who in years past had made it a trade to accuse him, without reason, of breaking faith. A sensitive, scrupulous, and honorable man exposed to such gratuitous assurances from such quarters might well be too ready to perform what he thought was. his letter and his bond be fore...

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LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

LECTURES. Sergeant W. A. Cross, D.C.M., is a nnounced to deliver addresses at Major's Creek, Arahien, Braid wood, and Bungendore, commen cing on. the 18th inst. This sol dier was fighting in the trenches at Gaba Tepe for three months. Three incidents served to gain linn tn 3 Jjistinguisiiecr uonauci Medal. Shortly after landing, when the 13th men had gained tJie top of the hill, his officer was sfrot, and Sergeant Cross assumed com mand, and i for a week his gallant men resisted the repeated assaults of the Turks. On the evening of May 2nd a general advance was ordered, and the 13th Battalion charged the ridge in front of Pope's Hill. They succeeded in digging in by daylight the fol lowing morning. Their losses were estimated to be 50%. As doctors and A.M.C. were busily engaged a Mending the men who managed to crawl back to their old lines, Sergt. Cross went bold ly out under heavy fire, and for three hours attended to and dres sed the wounds of his comrades, removing them to positi...

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