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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

? A Delightful Hair-gut, Shave, & Shampoo. 2 COMFORTABLE ARCHER CHAIRS 9VI Male Razor Setting a Speciality. Civility and Attention My Motto I Harold Young. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT RACECOURSE PADDOCK THE CLYDESDALE STALLION JgXiTfiorn Blend. Bay Colt, foaled 1912, 4 years old. SIRE) Scottish Pride, won first prizes at tibepparton and Dookie as a twoyear old, only times shown ; grandsire Scottish Style. G- grandsire Ponnie Style, winner of . the following prizes, viz. : — In 1898, first in his class and first in the Sires' Produce Sta kes challenge cup at Royal Show, Melbourne, first and champion at Dookie, first in hie class and second competing against all ages at Echuca, and first prize at Shepparton ; in 1899, second in his class in a field of 13 at the Royal Show, Melbourne, and won the challenge cup of £25. His stock has been very successful in the show ring. G g grand sire, Stanley Style, won second prize in his class at Melbourne, second In the Sires' Pro duce Stakes, ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

THE E DIMS NOTE BOOK There's a chiel amang ye takin' notes An' faith he'H prent 'em.— Bobitb.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

Robt.N. Bull, Dentist, Moruya, Will Visit Braidwood Regularly Every Month. NEXT VISITING DAYS: A RALUEN.— Wednesday, October 11th. BRAIDWOOD.- Thursday, Friday jand Saturday, October 12th, 13th, and 14th. Dr H. J. Farnsworth, D.D.S., Penn., DENTIST, will Visit Braidwood Professionally Each Month. NEXf VISIT— THURSDAY, FEIDAY, SATUR DAY (till noon)/ and MONDAY, October 19, 20, 21, and 23. \ AT ALBION HOTEL Hours : 9 till 5. ;- LfeGAL J^ E.%SOACrf: SOLICITOR, r IS now carrying on the business -& the JLATE W. L. FELL, o£ Braidpood h rider the st^'.e of. ' 'i FELL, MANNING AND OFFICE': Literary InstitutB^Buifdirige. . - ' ' ? . ? ? .:' ' ? ' e «2. ALL COURTS ATTENDED.-. Advances arranged on Approved Securities Local Agent South British Insurance Co. Telephone 47. .' ?__. Moon's Phabe. Full Moon, 11th October. TheBraidwood Review For the cause that lacks assistance ; For the wrongs that need resistance; For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. ? TUESDAY, OCTOB...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAPPED IN COMBLES. GERMANS' SUFFERINGS: [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

TRAPPED IN COMBLES. GERMANS' SUFFERINGS: The Paris correspondent of the 'Daily Chronicle' 'says that aGer-. man non-commissioned officer who was taken prisoner at Cpmbl.es re lates that his battalion's losses were -heavy .before it reached Combles. The only road was swept by shells. Once inside the fortress they were reassured, so absolutely impregnable it seemed. The subterranean defen ces included circular .chambers, capable of hoJWirig 200 men. The subterranean passages had only two ejfcfts/ but the British arfcil v :-V ?'','??? ?'-??; ?'' ? ' lery, with devilish precision, shel led the exits. The defenders were, practically buried alive. . For two days , the German said, the deluge of projectiles continued. Nothing could describe it. The earth trembled.; Our men were in a fearful state of ner vous excitement. Half of them were unable . to do anything but weep. A few tried to escape. They were never seen again. Our officers affected to be calm, but , they were more terrified at h...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUGHES'S MANIFESTO. VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

ME. HUGHES'S MANIFESTO. ??; VI. One of the fayorite jibes hur led at anti-conscriptionists is that they are pro-Germans and dis loyalists. A grosser libel was never uttered. It is particularly objectionable as coining from im ported patriots, who have most ly come to Australia to better their positions. The mere fact that we have gathered an army of nearly 300,000 men who have voluntarily gone to fight for the Empire is surely ^.a sufficient re futation --f this calumny. The great bulk of those who oppose conscription do so (1) because the principle is repulsive, -and should not be applied except in the dir est necessity, of which no abso , lute ' proof has been furnished, (2) because with. our limited popu lation the deportation of the whole of our virile . men would inevitably prove disastrous froni^ both an economic and defensive point of view. The older nations would obviously not be injured either economically or defensive ly to anything like the same ex tent. The gaps left in ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

TACT. One of our gallant Allies, who, had spent -a few days in a cer tain London hotel /which shall be nameless, asked 'for his bill. He looked at it for a rather long time. Then he paid it without protest, adding, as he passed the money to the clerk: 'I vish to see ze prdprietaire.' In a few minutes the proprietor entered. The Frenchman was all smiles. ... 'Ah I' he exclaimed. 'I niust embrace you.' 'But why should you wish to embrace me, sir ?' asked the as tonished hotelkeeper. 'I do not understand.' . 'Look at zees bill !' 'Yes ; your receipted bill. What of it ?' 'What of it ? Simply zees, zaire; it means zafc I shall nev aire, no nevaire, zee you again!' 'Molly, I wish you would be a better little girl,' said a father to his little daughter. 'Youhave up idea how sorry I am that mamma has to scold you all the, time.' 'Don't worry about it, pa,' was the rfeply ;iof the little angel. 'I am not one of those sensitive children. 'Half the time I don't hear Tth&t she says.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

COMMERCIAL. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company, Ltd., report :— In the absence of auction sales business during the week has been on a very limited scale. A few lots of passed-in wools from the previous week's sales have been placed at satisfactory fig ures, but buyers have shown lit tle inclination to do business in the less attractive wools, of which the lots bought in at auc tion were largely comprised, and it would appear that these wools, as in the two previous seasons, promise to be difficult to place, and growers must show forbear ance in the delays with the dis posal of such if full values are to be obtained. With such a splendid range of values ruling for well-grown^.- shafty merinos, when free, and also for good skirtings of exceptional bulk, growers will find difficulty in un derstanding the irregular market for the less attractive wools, es-. pecially when such are short and burry, even though but slightly so. For burry crossbreds the range of values cu...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAISE, INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

PRAISE, INDEED. It was in one of the Southern States of America. A black prea cher wished to introduce to his flock a brother preacher who had made quite a reputation in his own districtv 'This noted divine ' said the home preacher, 'is one of de greatest men dat ever lived. He knows de unknowable, he can do de undoabte, and he can unscrew de unscrutable.1*

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S MAN POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

GERMANY'S MAN POWER. The Paris correspondent of the 'New York Times' says that the Germans' local attacks against the French, which nowhere have been successful, indicate the ene my's anxiety regarding the im portant position of Mount Saint Quentin, which is the key to Peronne. The terrible extent of the wastage of. tne German for ces by the unremitting hammer ing by the Allies, east and west, is indicated by startling statis tics which 'Le Temps' has been authorised to publish. These show that the Central Powers no Ioh ger have an accumulation of jstragetic reserves. They, are for ced to hurry portions of their regular reserves from unthrea tened points to sections where tjieir presence is indispensable. The list of regiments, identiefid on different points, east and west, at given dates, shows the extraordinary fact that the same division, within five months, was seen at Verdun, .the Somme, and in Galicia. It is estimated that Germany and Austria have only three divisions each to ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

Figiitjaig on the Salonica front at Jenikoj ended on Wednesday: in the complete favor of the British, %ho ppcupied tlie -village.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

JUST PUBLISHED ANTHONY HORDERNS' Portfolio of Fashions SPEING AND SUMMER, 1916-1917. PORTRAYS a few of the MANY attrac tive NOVELTIES now showing in the Hew Fashion Showrooms at the ever-popular Palace Emporium, on the Historic Slope of Brickfield Hill. Artistic Millinery for all occasions is speci ally featured, French Models in Ladies' and Children's Garments are distinctly smart but moderately priced, and the latest Modes in all that appertains to Feminine Fashions are available ex every Mail Steamer. This publication is specially dedicated to our lady friends in the country, to enable them to choose from the prettiest and nicest Fashions produced for the season, and still further demonstrating the advan tages to be derived by buying everything at Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices. I Posted Free on Application. ANTHONY HORDERN &SOHS,lTO Only Universal Providers, New Palace Emporium, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY Speedwell Cycle Depot! WHERE YOU CAN GET Your Bicycle Repaired !...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

CommonwmM-AftnfeM&lmli$ HEAD OFFICE ^^^5^*°^ SYDNEY. fSP.il General Banking: Business JUS* Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. Cable remittances made to. and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of -the worn. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department - , Minimum At all Branches, and over Interest at 9V 1/- Deposit 26OO Agencies at rest Offices P«P annum *»/? aovw jn Austra|iM and p*pua. up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Bank Facilities. _ JAMBS KEtX. Dcpntf Connor. Am, 1916 DBNISON MILLER, GoT«n*r i f EIGHT-HOUR ART UNION AND SPORT*. PRIZES value £3,5OO (Under sanction of the Attorney-General). Drawn Nov. 4, 1911. IstPrize,value£65O;2ndPrize,value...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

WAR NEWS. A Bucharest official message re ports : — On the Transylvania front* we have defeated the enemy in different regions. Over 2000 have been taken prisoner. In the Dob rudja we captured a position with seven guns, over 1000 prisoners, and much war material. The Austrians have lost near ly 750,000 during the past three months, and have only a few re serves hi the southern part of the eastern front, A Russian communique says : Battles continue west of Lutzk and southward of that- region. The enemy still stubborly holds his positions on the Zlota Lipa. ZThe 'Lokal Arizeiger' says that the Russians are attacking on a front of 16 miles, their objective being Vladimir Volynsky and the railway to Kovel. Strong Eus sian reinforcements are being sent up to Lutzk. The Russians have enormous quantities of mu nitions, and their bombardments are more violent than ever. General Haig says :— Since the opening of the battle in July we have taken prisoners 26,735 of the enemy. We have engag e...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT SERIAL STORY. The Secret of the Veranda. (Continued). CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

SHORT SERIAL STOBYl The Secret of the Veranda. (Continued). CHAPTER VII. 'I've been down here since five a.m. on the day after the crime,' explained Iinspector Trent, 'but' I've not been much to the house. The necessary things have been done by the county police. To all intents and purposes my ar rival was simultaneous with your own.' 'Do you usually hide behind doors, eh ?' snapped the' soldier, drawing forward a chair and sit ting in it at the table, as if for a court martial. His manner was that of an officer carpeting a re fractory sub. or non-com. He looked up and saw a slight smile on the face of the rather handsome, gentlemanly looking man. His mood softened, and he waved an 'open palm brusquely to a chair. 'Thank you, Sir William ; I want your complete attention, and your opinion. I'm sorry to in trude — er — family matters; but do you happen to be able to give any information concerning Mr. Dudley Frensham ?' 'Why ?' The ugly face glowered darkly, and when the detective shr...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSCRIPTION FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

CONSCRIPTION FOR IRICLANI). Mr. Redmond (leader of the Ir ish party in the House of Com mons), speaking,.at Waterford, an nounced that the policy of the Nationalists was'' utterly opposed to conscription in Ireland, which, Jio said, would be 'the most fatal thing possible.' Ireland would do nothing: to oddosc the victorious ending of the conflict. PrelimU nary recruiting w^is not dead.' Conscription would not be pro ductive of additional men. He advocated the withdrawal of mar tial law from Dublin, . and hoped for the speedy settlement of the? Ulster and Home Rule questions. He could never again enter in to private negotiations, concern ing Home Rule. In future any proposals must be submitted to a* convention representative of all Ireland. He characterised the rebellion as an insanity which had altered the whole political conditions of Ireland. . Enforcement would lead to dis aster and bloodshed, and he did not believe^the Government was insane, enough to challenge a conflict with—I...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAKAGE OF INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

LEAKAGE or~ INFORItt^O^ Mr. Austin Chapman, M.P., has forwarded us a copy of a depart mental report upon an article in a, recent issue of the 'Review.' dealing with the leakage of tejer graphic information. ~»Af ter recit ing the facts of the case the report says : — 'Nothing has been elicited to indicate that any in formation regarding the deaths of Sergeant Spicer and Private Huggett had been divulged by any of the staff of the Braidwood of fice.' This conclusion is just about as incomprehensible- as many other things in connection with our post office. The fact is that^a telegram addressed to the Rev. Mr. Kennedy was not deliv ered till 5.45 p.m., so the report states. The contents of this message were known all over the* town half an hour before it rea ched the rev. gentleman's hands. How did the information gek out ? That is the question. It certainly didn't distribute itself. It was not sent to anybody else in the town. There was onlyonia source, then, from which £t could eman...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

major's CreER Torf GiuD. [REGISTJE8BD A.J.C.] Spring Race Meeting pubijcaW booth, a, wtscott WILL SELL by Public Auction on THURSDAY NEXT, 12th OCTO BER, at Coffey's Hotel, at 2 p.m., Publican's Booth at the forthcoming SPRING RAVES on WEDNESDAY, 8th NOVEMBER, 1916.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Press Gang Abroad [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

The Press Gang Abroad Mr. Hughes is everlastingly squealing about the unfair tac tics adopted by opponents of his conscriptionist scheme. The me thods employed on his side of the argument, however, fail to appeal to his virtuous soul. For instance, the daily press literal ly teems with conscriptionist speeches, with headlines that would do for a poster at a pinch. Any nonentity can command a liberal amount of space so long as he screeches for the press gang. The remarks of anticon scription ists, on the other hand, who occupy prominent positions in the public life of the coun try, are invariably cut as short as the proverbial pair of the cheapest hand-me-downs. Here is a glaring instance of thjis pol icy of suppression, takeu from last Wednesday's 'S.M. Herald' : 'Speaking at East Melbourne to night (Tuesday), Senator McDou ?gall said tihat he had just retur ned from Europe', and that meet ing was the first occasion on which he had stated Ms opinion since his return. He was against ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

IN ME MORI AM. IN sad but loving memory of my dear Wife, ELIZABETH SMITH, who died October 10th, 1915, aged 76 years. 'Tis sweet to know we'll meet again Where parting is no more, And that the one I loved bo dear Has only gone before. ~ — Inserted hy her loving Husband, William Smith. ?? IN MEMORIAM. SMITH.— In loving memory of my dear Grandmother, ELIZABETH SMITH, who departed this life October 10th, 1915. I often sit and think of you And think of how you died ; But, oh, I thought it was so hard I could not say good-bye. , — Inserted by her loving Grand-daughter Evelyn Smith.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Yass-Canberra-Jervis Bay Railway. MR. COMBES'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 10 October 1916

Yass-Canberra- Jervis Bay Railway. MB: COMBES'S REPORT. Mi*. Austin Chapman has for warded us a copy of the report of Mr- Combes, locating engineer, on the Capital railway, which the Minister used at the recent de putation at Nowra, as follows:— 'A trial survey for the above railway has been made ,and an estimate of cost of lob miles ot the route has been prepared. 'From Yass to the northwest ern boundary of the Federal ter ritory is by railway survey 32 miles. No official estimate of cost is available, but it would pro bably be about £200,000. Under the Seat of Government agree ment N.S.W. will build and pay for this section of the railway. 'From the above point on the Federal boundary to the pro bable terminus of the City Rail way on the north side of the Canberra City area is 11 miles, and the estimated cost £76,000. 'From Canberra through Bun 1 gendora to the proposed Dar ling- Harbor on Jervis Bay is, by survey, 145 miles, including five miles of existing railway near Bungendor...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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