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LOST HIS HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

LOST HIS HOBSES. When General Lafayette attended X>amar que's funeral, the crowd took the horaaB out of his carriage and drew him home them»elveB. "Were you not honored and pleased?" aslred a friend. > "Very much pleased," replied ^Lafayette, ' 'but I nev^ b»w my kor&es again.'' m

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SAD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

THE SAD WORLD. "Now, if ever, we nee<3 tbe work of som# strong Healer of hear.fcs. The world cries out to be healed; and yet there can be no flinching, no hanging back till the great, mournful task is <3one.,r~ -"Church Family. Newspaper."

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GILGANDRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

A general meeting of the Gilgan dra Rifle Club was held at the Royal Hotel 011 Tuesday night. There were present Messrs. C. Tapper (in the chair), !Newsham, Pocock, Gould, Gopsill, Bensley, Kennedy, Black well, Hickmott and Serisier, Proposed by Mr Newsham, second ed by Mr Gopsil, that Mr Offner's resignation as secretary be accepted. Proposed byBensley,seconded by Mr Hickmott, that Mr Serisier act as secretary. Proposed by Mr Bensley, seconded by Mr Kennedy, that the secretary write to Coonamble stating that tbe club cannot at present engage them in a match, but hope to do so at a later date. 4 Proposed by Mr Gopsil, seconded by Mr Pocock, that the captain be empowered to appoint his own com mittee and that such committee con sist of seven members, including the Captain and Secretary. The committee appointed were j Messrs Bensley, Newsham, Black well, Gopsi!, Pocock, and the Captain 5 and Secretary. Proposed by Mr Bensley-, seconded L by Mr Gopsil, that shooting' com mence on the f...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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[?]URST STOCK MARKET March 15 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

JRST STOCK MARKET K March 15 Savior and- Co. report'—■. 100 fat cattle forward, y good quality bullocks ajgcl nere was a splendid atteii local afid . outside buyers, noekand closed to exceeding petition afc'vValne.s equal to' 's highest rates. Cow beef eularly well. Good steers £1S, best cows £14 10s to >rime vealers to £9 15s, £13 5s. We sold ac T. Gordon, from liis Grrawlin Station, 3 cows £14 3s, 3 cows £13 6s, 4 cows £12 17s, 2 cows £;f^" 12s, 2 heifors £17 i Fat Sheep—Strong' demand. We sold ac J. H. Stewart prime lambs 23s C5d to 25s 3d \

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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PHENOMENAL HIDE PRICES. SINGLE HIDE BRINGS £5/12/1. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

1 11 '■ "■ SINGLE HIDE BillOTS £5/12/1 At their usual weekly hide sale, on tlie lOtlf inet., John Bridge and Co. established an Australian recorol for a single ox. bide (72-lb), which realised IS^d per lb., the whole bide bringing ^S5_/l'2/l. Other sales were one 671b l£N|-d, three others of 75-lb., 70-lband 65-lb respectively, averaging 19d, one 731b ISfd, one 58-lb 18£d, one 651b 18|-d and one 741b 18d. | All these are extraordinary prices, but it is pointed out t»y the firm that j such splendid results were largely brought abv'jut by the extra stoutness/ I of bides. /

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DEATH OF MR. W. MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

1 The following is taken from the Boyvral "Mail" As briefly announ ced in last issue, tbe death of" Mr William Murray, J.P., occurred about 1 o'clock on. Sunday afternoon last, at bis residence, "Ivia Ora," Burra doo-street, Bowral, and ...came as a great shock to his host of friends throughout . the district, 5i many of wh^m were unaware of bis serious illness. This was of comparatively brief duration, for though bis robust constitution, bad shown signs of fail- : ing for someFtwelve months past, it was,only during the last few weeks that anything serious was contem plated, and be bad only been confined t© bis bed for about two weeks. Latterly it was recognised that the case was hopeless, and death came peacefully as above stated'. Daring his last illness he was lovingly atten ded by his two step-daughters, ,Mrs Cropper and Miss Warren, who did : everything possible for his comfort. By the death of Mr Murray the dis trict loses one of its oldest, best known, and most esteemed resid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

ppassmsasau 'Mo Plowing Woes CROSS THE TRAIL OF MASSEY-HARRIS PLOWS aaaag^gagggraraagrw'gffBTttaggaagagsa ANY SIZE FROM THE Single Furrow 9 for tlie Pony or Light Horse, TO THE 2,-3, 4 &:5 Furrow 9 £or the more powerful Plnwiiig Teaira Write for Catalogues to MiLSSElT-HARRIS COY., Ltd. Or See the Unocal Agent, - KMAUBRHASB, Gilga.ndL*sa, II. 5GQ. INTEREST LIMIT. Commissioners G0V'ERjNIV]EK-T 5.AVI mS■ B.hv3K-f OF: SEW S'O.UTH;:"WALES, •Head :.Office: 11 .JSSOOSS-ST.,SYJJETBfSr. • [_ n. A \V a rrnRN I iToshl.T.t). w H O'M WOOD, H. D. HALL LOCAL AQENI^Mp. Beavis, Sour! §f®u$e. SECURITY AND SATISFACTORY INTEREST FOE YOUR SAVINGS. DEPOSITS received from 1/- upwards. INTEREST paid at 3% per cent. per annum on all balances up- to £500 on accounts opened under the condi tions of Government Savings Bank Acts, and tip to £200 on accounts open ed with the late Savings Bank of New South Wales. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT. MONEY TO LENEi TO FARMERS AND SETTLERS. in amounts up ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

wOppoeite Gilgandra Railway Station 1. J. LilGl 3 Prcjp Having purchased from Mr Jas. Skelto.i /the-'above well-kndwn popular hotel, prepared to cater foV the public a^f.Qrdir.g lo modern requirements".; A Modern Hostelry. A Good Table. The_ Best of Appointments. ■ An idea family hotel. Lighted throughout ..with electricity. Splendid, stable accommoda tion • Nothing will be spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome oli: faces. Pleased to welcome new. • - A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. Ta Hotel 13 Opposite Post Office. (Under Entirely New Management.)' Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above Hostelry, . he will conduct on Up-to-date Lines. All the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and all the/appointments are.most complete. The Stabling Accommodation most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Room now open. Fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

PROPRIETOR "*'r Street, Gilgandra. Opposite Post Ufficc Hopes by supplying the Best Beef, Mutton, and Small Goods to merit a continuance of the support accorded to his predecessor v?- . Orders delivered to any part of the town WE AH E fill YER S ^lvcat in afty HU flllUUUIMiy /,' HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN. very Convenience Jor Uuloc^ding ^Wheat' at our large Up-to-date SHed Wheat receivedTor Storage on Liberal Terms. ». M%EOD & CO, ■ W m 9 Millers and Grain Merchants, ■ Giig&iidra . >».««»■ VUUU10] .;Wi5! MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS"CASTLEREAGH" FLOUR Tiler's Motliiiigf in*,, a, Mame—Until s the Owner Achieves. 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 ^s 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) something. KENNEDY & CO. are insepa...

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SERVING AT THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

The following is a list who liave gone on' active scrvice. Anyone iknowing of others not on this list would greatly oblige us if they yvould send any names that are omitted, rjs only by this xneanscan a complete list be compiled W. Alston I?. Aldritt J. Aldritt : : I t-/ JC 3. Attwood*- - Charles Baker W.J.Baker JR. Beasley B. Baxter John Berry Andrew Berry \Thos Berry S, Bennett H. Baxter ~ Leslie Baen V. Bogie F. Brooks P. Byrnes R. Biggs J. Broad" Bert. Brown Dj Blowes H. Bolder - — Bolder F. Bui lard H. Buckley C. Beasley , F.Brophy Mo Buckley McLean Morris Mceis ■ fvleers V, A. Murphy J. Mudie" A. McKenzie A. "McDonald • \ O. Marchant, , J. McNabb'^' ' A. Mills : 7 W. Moore . - E." Morris;'' S. McPhcrson Y. Meers ; : G. Mcers . C. Munro, Gular R. Munro, Gular John Macnamara McAnaliy B. Molt B. Mortimer T. Morrison S. Mead., L. Mill, Gular J. Mill, Gular Walt. McGill, Gular J. McGill, Gular Val. Blowes, Gular \y. McGil'l, Gular T. Brophy S. McDermott J. Blenkensopp D„ Balderston...

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COMMERCIAL HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

HOMEBUSH fe iLL jfToli 11 Bridge and Co. report .under ■date 11th March, 1916.:— fSheep.—A limited supply yarded in' consequence of which competition for all descriptions was most spirited. Prime sheep, both merinos and xbreds were fairly well represented, prices realising well up to the best of last week's big improvements. Extra prime xbred wethers revised to the extreme pri.ce of 46/., while prime heavy, xbred'ewes made te 36/-. line ol: merino wethers also sold to <36/- aud ewes to 32/-. Young sheep, together with those of inferior qual ity sold ait high rates, re-stockiug -A very light sap ply, qual ,bout on a par with recent Bayers were keen to ope iroved values, market for Motion's closing very firm. A fair-supply, totalling a iver 1,300, quality being "about Ixv with that of the last few Opening rates were a Tittle fcniimproved-as sales progres sing very firm at a slight im |ent. jects.—Limited supplies of jeep aud cattle are showing Inext several markets, and we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

GILGANDRA A QUARTERLY will be held in the.Church Hail Tea on Tables from 5-30 to 7 p.m GOOD PROGRAMME Adults Is tkl, Ghildren 9d MRS HOLSWICHl Hon MISS BURGESS J Sees urn ihm Desires to intimate to the residents of Gilgandra that she has opened a first class BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT at the residence known as situated in Lower Miller Street, e.nd will be pleased to take in boarders, Terms on application. STABLES TO LEI Attached to the same house are first class STABLES, which arc desired to be let. Ail particulars to be had • at the residence. .10 LET m mu SALE A Weatherboard House, of seven bed rooms, dming-room, kitchen,' and out houses, situated near the Railway, Gil gandra, grocery shop adjoining. Bverv thing complete. On the property is a windmill in good order. The above is to let furnished, or for prompt sale. Apply in first instance to this office hinted RABBIT SKINS, Sd per lb paid. A. WOOD, Noah's Ark K0TI6E TO jiBVE&?!S&81S Coinmencing with the first issue in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

Consign your I MAGK^iGssrs? Ptoses BUTCHERS' PROPUOe fur' SKIW6-.-ri-. RABBIT SKmSs ©t©* FIGS,. CALVES : Bsst Paddocks A.1S JPlislshtotos Bi?iice & CSliristie,. S J. C3 1 - wiFa8BS3^^[iaau^- ■: I! '3 £[ GOi LTD. Highest Frlc© asudl IPromgJt Rotoirti®; Selling Aqbstts Oxm ■■.v...," «%<$%: -

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HIBERNIAN RACE MEETING. NEW [?] [?] [?] A SPLENDID SUCCESS. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

President: Rev. Father Parker ; Vice-Presidents . Messrs. V. J I Eelly, R. M. Digges, A, % Byrnes, 01Br i en, I. •CuO||jjp^Wge-; |. Diggs , Clerk .of^qales : F. .Tudd • Clerk of Course : J. Donnel ly ; Flag and Namber Steward : J. E. Donnelly j Sfcipeudiary Steward : Mr Hog an ; Startar: J. G. Curran , Secretary : A. S. Carroll ; Treasur er : W. Creenaune ; Committee: Messrs. F. Judd, W. ^ Ryan, P Hearne, J. Ne&te, D. Serisier, A. Qi-% gan, W. E. Diggs, P. Kiely, J. De laney, W. H, Buekley, J. Wholohan, and J. E. Donnelly. In the midst of the war, one would scarcely think that the present is a time when a new club or organisa tion, which has to depend on public support, could be successfully carried on. Wednesday's Hibernian raee meeting proves the • contrary.. It is only a little'.over twelve montlis-aga f,|vo Priltynnrli-^ Qf the H.A.C.B;S. was-formeel. The so ciety has made rapid progress since: then, and; at the present time has a good membership, whi'ch must ne cessaril...

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HIBERNIAN BALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

The first dance of the season, as far as Gilgaudra, is,, concerned, was held on Wednesday night, and, singularly, the first ball held under the auspices cf tho local Hibernian Society. There was a very good attendance, about 40 coaples gracing the floor. Tho dance was most enjoyable, and will no doubt be an annual affairThe music was supplied Jby Miss 'Dillon (piano) and Miss Green (violin), of Ooonamble, and it was a treat, both to those who danced and those who looked on. These ladies again have our congratulations upon their ex. eleut playing. A dance in Gilgandra is scarcely complete with oat thorn. Extras were played by Mrs. Gieen. wood, Mi\ Perkins .and others, and Mr. Geo Gilson had charo-e of the o floor. There was an exel nfc supper, which, by the way, is notheng un usual where ladies of the Catholic chni'ch are concerned—and the atten tion at the tables (which were beaut ifully decorated) was all that could be desired. Mesdames. Patterson and Buckle}", who weie m oh irge o...

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OUR RAILWAY PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

GXJ-R RAILWAY-' PROPOSAL'S. The presence in G'ilgandra jthis week of engineers of the railway|con st'r action branch of the W-orks|De partment is significant as to? the chances of our railway lines being built in the near tat-.ire." The gentle men mentioned went over both' the Collie and ToorSweenah routes. .We understand a permanent survey 'will be made of the Collie route at ohce^, w h i<>li "loo!«y;.d bac-btM^ sanctioned, a's if the the Govern is el^ propose to commence the work jof construction immediately provision fs made for the cost on the June estimate. V \ ■ " ■ ■ ■ I"

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TOORAWEENAH RAINFALL FROM "DOOROOMBAH" RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

PROM kr DOOROOMBAH " RECORDS. •IJab. Mar May June A Apl July !• Atttmn Winter ! 18S2 k- 699 70S a 404 353 4 351 543 : ; 5 546 519 (r 43& - 109S 7 1395 54! • ft 464 ' 217 9 934 1155 1890 1417 1132 ■" i 680 1053 "i 242 788 90S S42 4 3 251 442 5 196 288 6 1305 830 7 22f> 833 8 54 a • 377 & 376 59-S - 1900 734 685 1 630 53 1 2 212 95 3 354 410 , 4 730 390 5 1044 600 6 663 324 7 695 3 / H 8 B$d o4-o 9 ' 1019 537 1910 30& 520 ] 402 443 ::r" 2 52 748 $ 3 941 707 4 1217 396 ■ 5 203 597 / Avi 664 5 V* arming month';, avcra y cars' aver; age 24;.63 511 Shrewd, thrifty people go to Gar ling's ior everything and save money •■very time.—-6 • H . J. Varcoc h? liable cars for "h Phone 82, day Varcoc's Garajp For Children! . .Woods' jGre How to cui blanket or o\ Extra good ' " rcc new and re Careful drivers ght. Address— ugh at Night t Curs, 1 /6. i:s. Buy a .Garling's.

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METHODIST CHURCH SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

METHODIST CHURCH SOCIAEj A quarterly tea and social m con nection with tho Methodist Ghnrcli will take place in the Charch Hall on Wednesday, 29th March. -The date lias been altered from 22nd in stant. The secretaires are Mrs J lols Aviclt and Miss Bargess

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THE CORADGERY LEASE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 March 1916

THE CORADGBEY L.EJLSB . At the next meeting of Gilganrlra F. and S. Association, ;Mr J. W. Litho-ovv' will, move tliat the land comprised in the Coraclg er.y-^Jease, Collie (of winch Mr Thos. Darcy is the preferential occnpier), be not thrown open for settlement, b„ut that it be retained for those men of Collie who have gone to the front, and ap portioned to them 011 their return. A further reference to this matter will be made in our next issue

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