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CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

ClfflRGH SERIfGES _ — ' --Itfti Catholic Church: Gilgandra—1st arid 2nd Snnday Mass ; Sand 10 a.m., Devotions 7.30{p.m. Gilgandra—Third Sunday Mass- 7.30 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m." Tooraweenah, third Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. . Coonabarabran,■"fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a.m., Devotions 7.3.0 p,m. Baradine, fourth Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. Mundooran— Every fifth Sunday when occurring. Gular—-Every Saturday before second Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mat's 7 a.m. _ Perliwaugh —- Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass 8 a.m. , . Breeiong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local- ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. Key. Father Parker I

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING BELLS. MELDRUM—BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

ME L D EU E,ENIST AN. -,. A weddiiag wasiocei tlrr culcbribed at Sacred Heart Church. Mosraau, : by Rev. Father E. O'Brien, the con tracting parties being James Beale Meldrum, of the Lands Office, and Margaret Mary Brennan, eldest daughtei1 of the late Mr :3^atrick»y-Xv, Brennan, of Silent Dale,'Mundooran. ^ The bride, who "was given away by her un5le, Mr Hugh Malone, was > gowned in white eloine ( crepe de chine with bodice The bridal veiFof embroidered tulle f was arranged in mob. cap fashion witYfa wreath, of .orange' blossoms. The bride carried a bouquet of white dahlias, boavardias, and maidenhair fern, and wore a diamond ring, the gift of the bridegroom. . The brides- ' - ~ ,maids, the Misses Jessie and Vera Brennan (sisters of the bride,) ye ore dresses oi" apricot and powder blue crepe de ?;©.hine, black velvet hats with pink flowers, and carried, bou quets of pink dahlias- wilh black vel vet streamers', and wore emerald and diamond brooches, the.gifts of the , bridegroom...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

H/J. VarGoe has for sale New and Seconhand Cars. If you want to buy a car, or any class of machinery, call ori . Varcoe. , Expert advice ^o'sl^s^you nothing, and saves you pound«^&A.d-, dress—Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra. " Early buyers • get ^ r4^^m ■jtions in blanker at G IoSi off white "blankets t(jk> frem, Be -an early Agent for. Studsb^ker Motor 'Cars.--' ; 'Photic 14 [Established 18871 Fat and-Stock Sales every Wednesday at Corporation Yards, Bathurst Store Stock Sales at O'Connell Monthly ISSTcsIki; jPa?c>«3'<esec8.s.. 3?£ws<cp'IDga.^ of: Sa.les Splendid Paddocks adjoining Yards v Consignments receive personal attention ^E,s?-i3l€sl:5;s 1SI<&CrKaji.<3Cl. . Stock and Property Lists on Application., Correspondence nvited All kinds of Agency Business, transacted. Prompt attentiqn to correspondence Gilgandra Land and Stock Owners requiring information as to stock and property for sale should'communicate with Milling ...

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COLLIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

. .■ Mlgti (From Our C rrespondeut) .bull the hot woiiilier and dry spell u iif> out ;uicl if things don't vcr}r soon char ge for the better, the Col lie district t\ ill be experiencing the »ne;.i.t. "lift v experienced for, many a Kmg year^ since 1902 at any .rate. A groat n amber of the stock ownci'.-s ;;: e u.t present employing men - to do their scrub cutting, and all find much difiLcjilty ih getting men, for ihere are very few of the local men left, owing to the recruiting cam paign having just about cleared the •district. . The sam# state of.,affairs ■appears to exist generally throughout "the States^ so there .will' be a big shortage of men in the shearing and . harve'stmgr—if we hive such luck as to be able to beast of either in this district. However, the best is hoped for, and when the rain does come .it will, to say the least of it, be a God send. 1 am of the opinion that the .grass, when it does come, will be a breeding for a grasshopper plague, tor even now, where th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

Consign you] }i -1 ~t. j ll? ' . maaksfflck^'j b-foebs : : b u to m e R sr: pr O p u c S3 PUR: sic^s" . ;PI6Ss calves - : best Paddocks as flbhihgtoji v ■Brwcse; & Christie, S¥0ME! prse© am si Prompt h©tyj? sbllie© agbkts gsii^ ■[ / ^^tre?55^?:5s£s£' f

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

days Co ^,r uvjving to an alteration in the railway timeitable recently made'-the postal -"•%ffiei|ils have.found it necessary to re e times of the closing and depar f mails. The appended time tabic ow been adopted, viz. : Arrivals from— Sydney, Dubbo, Bal!adors>h, Eumun geric\, JO.15 a.m. daily except Sunday mainble, Gul^r, Curban, Armatre 4 p.iri. daily, Sundays excepted To/oraweenah. Bid don, 2 p.m. Sun Tuesdays, and Thursdays !lie and Merigal noon Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays Mundooran, Wednesdays and Fridays Depart ures to— ncy, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun 5.40 daily Sundays excepted namble, Gular, Curban, Annatrce, m. d a i 1 y S u n d ay s. c x ce p t e d r awe en ah, Bid don, Collie and. 'Sgai-Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays n' undooran, Tuesdays and Thursdays n ulga, Mondays and Thursdays noon verton, Tuesdays and Friday's noon ew Berida, Tuesdays and Fridays 11 mails olosc thirty minutes before advertised time of departure

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CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

To the Editor. I Sir;-—Grant me space in able paper to give certain p.drBtjns aF V Mi' A. H. Miller's letter in your ex temporary of the Mtfe, an emph&iie denial: | No. 1 of A. H. Miller's letter: H© states that I requested him to see th& btlaer members of tire band. I will draw liis attect&ii to the ta<?^seii»fe'jr I' Messrs. Tom Nash and A. E. Perkins. J When they required the oand they j used a bit of common sense, and in terviewed the members of the barul: personally. Were they disappoint ed ? " No ! He also states that up to the night previously I could find time to play with the orchestra 3 hours. Mr Levy wanted the ©rehes tra for Saturday afternoon, and I in formed him (Mr Levy) -when . asked, a week before, that I could not f alii I. the engagement on account of it fee ing Saturday afternoon. I can men tion the names of four per»ans wh» can verify this statement. No. 3 i. Does Mr Miller censider two tunes played "by ab®ut six mem bers hones...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

J. Vai'coe has for sale New and kconhand Cars. If you \vat:t to buy a I', or any class of machinery, call on 'rcoe. Expert advice costs you ling,-and saves" you pounds. Ad rcoe's Garage,Gilgandra. Car for Hire. ¥AL J. SMITH Wishes to inform the Public of Gilgandra and Western District generally - that he has for Hire Two Fine Overland Cars And is prepared to undertake motor trips over any distance Reliable Drivers, with thorough knowledge of Cars. Every care exercised. The Usual Terms-—Is per mile Address— IftTrigley St. 'Phone—Mo. 85 IXL, BAKERY 6 To the Residents'" of/'Gilgandra and 'District Having purchased the above well-known BAKERY lately carried on by Messrs McGREGOR and HOLLO WAY, I trust by strict attention to Business, both in Bread arid Pastry, to gain a continuance of the Liberal Patronage extended to the late Firm. GttGAHDKjt % BI "WW "WTT'Ws'ir trliiUAIS iUiCA a » JSHU J3kJLtilJu I,; ' BjSSCPtJRSX. Telephones—23 Gilgandra ; 7S Bathurst V Gr ul arganiboriQ. F® ■M^cCalI...

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BATHURST STOCK MARKET. March 22 E. H. Taylor and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

' BATHXJRST STOCK MARKET., .March 22 E, H. Taylor and Go. report— 100 fat cattle forward, principally ! medium t® g©od quality steers, cotts | and vealers. Sales opened to strong | competition but towards the close | bidding was not so keen, although sales were equal to last week's values. | Crood steers £14 to £19/15, cows I £14 to £17/6/6, vealers to £6/17/6. | We sold ac. J. Stevenson, Swish-'. | field, 5 steers £15 to £19/15, 10 j cows and heifers to £13/10 ; ac. J. I H. Stewart, 5" vealers -to £7/13 ; ac. F. Dunsford small calves to £5/10, cow £11/5. Fat sheep. Short sup ply and in strong demand, only 100 forward. We sold ac. C. V.''Suitor, 42 morino •wethers 28/, 8 merino «wes 22/. Other sales were 60 ewes 22/, 400 fat and store wethers 21/9. ■ v;-'■ ' •:'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

THE LEADING PLUMBERS. GA & IRON WORKERS, JiOElS'jrS' FOR Great LX.L. Windmill; Alston's Ge&rless Wind mills ;;Alstoa S^ Famcsi&s Double Crank Windmill; and : the' Billahong WindiiliU,, ; ; ; m pumps .•'• -'lOF. nA^arge^Stock-1of Pumps. of -all - Kinds, Pipjng3- all A|¥/AJS ©It, , a kinds of Water arid Gas Fittings, Tanks, Tubs! B^lfis^arid Cisterns. V Erom/50:.:-to ::20,O00::gailc^$:;;:M I si part of the district, mvitede S 0 T

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COMMERCIAL HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

: John Bridge and Co. report under date 18fcH'Marcli, 1916 Sbeepi—T^6 supply .totalled abeut 40,000. The quality was again fair, and coin pared favorably ■with pre vious yardings. Buyers were very folly represented, and included a number operating1 for ^jre-stoc&ing. purposes, and any! sheep suitable for their requirements sold extremely well;at high values. Pats als@ met with ready sale, and values, if any thing, showed a farther rise. Lambs—-A very light sapply, quality being fair. All descriptions again sold extremely well; at a fur ther improvement. ' Cattle—Number yarded very light, and in consequence all classes sold extremely well at a farther- slight improvement. ! Prospects—In view ©f the fact that very limited supplies of feofch sheep and cattle are showing ahead, we are confident that late improved rates mnst be well maintained.

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SEE THE POINT? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

[BY DB-LOFF.] The question now is wet canteens for military camps. In a .few months it will be wet blankets for politicians. =* .,'■■■. *. * ■ Political accomplishments of the day—price-fixing of bread and batter, and sorew-fixing for politicians, who, left to their own resources, -coald . scarcely earn the price of-eitber. Billy Hughes is not the only man of genius of which we are proud. Gilgaudra can produce born military strategists who would probably out-. shine Kitchener ! * % % " Freeman's Journal " puts m at light weight when it says that Hall knows more about baking than a.lot of his critics. Anyhow, David, with his dough scheme, will be in the oven whe-n-the people do fcli8 mixing ! # # # Holman complains that the press •devotes insufficient space to political debates. My idea of the space that ought to be devoted to some of our politicians—still, I am a thorough believer in cremation ! # «= * - One of the marvels of the age—the Gilgaudra fire station. But the water—well, t...

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DUBBO GARRYOWEN RACES FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

DUBBO GARRYOWEN RACES FIRST DAY Opening Handicap — Goonoona (Fields) 1, Pegast©ie 2, Moorelia 3. fiVinner 3 to 1 Anzac Handicap—Motley (Will iams) 1, Far West 2, Mazanet 3. Win ner 7 to 1 Trial Stakes—Ada Cbester.(Br©ok8) I, Ar«liborongh 2, Garillo 3. Win ner3 to I , Sarsfield Handicap —- Montauk (J®lm;en) 1, Zens 2, Pegsmoie 3. Winner 8 to 1 Novice Handicap—Batterform 1, Rosehaven 2, Thuiey 3, Winner 3 to 1. Welter Handicap—Haver's Hope 1/ Hasty Momenta 2, Mazanet 3. Wmiaer 2 to 1

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MURDOCH McLEOD. LIKELY CANDIDATE FOR PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

MURDOCH McLEOD. .• ' ■ ■ ■y ' "" LIKELY CANDIDATE FOR PARLIAMENT. The office of Messrs. M. McLeod and Oo.'S mill at Wellington on Sat urday was crowded with farmers whose business was to make an effort to get a candidate to oppose Mr. Thrower, M.L.A., for the Macqnarie at the next State elections. Mr. Mc Leod was asked to allow himself to be nominated to contest the seat as the representative of the Progressive Party."" He explained that he could net give a definite reply to the re quest without coasulting his part ners, bat he undertook to do this, and give a definite reply in the course of a few days, ;

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GERMANS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE MR. HAYNES' CHARGES. MR. HOLMAN'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

■ERIANS 18 THE PUBLIC I * SE™E MR, HAYNES' CHARGES. t . *— MR. HOLMAN'S DEFENCE. Mr. Ha^ues moved the adjourn ment "dfi'th8 House to discuss the re fusal of the Premier to give infor mation concerning aliens employed in the pu blic service, in reply to a question addressed to him iri the House oa the Bubject. ; Mr. ■ Haynea said the attitude adopted by tho Premier practically declared a determination on the part L« Government to shut down on riea by members of the House |ig to persons of enemy origin public service. One of the men [as employed in the Treasury fen known to make inquiries ppenings iii the Cabinet:, ay.nes proceeded at length to Government to task, the particularly, regarding Uency in the treatment of 's-:- ■ vy supported the motion, olmau made an impassioned n reply, in which he said ©mment was the only Go pt which had been subjected pe t ti f ogg i 11 g perbecation ,not Australia, brat .in the whole British Empire. other anenidn* ^ust^prffa J&6 purged lie^irv...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

Five of the nine Victorian Football: League Clubs have decided to aban don play this season. * =» * ' The A. J.C. has granted registration of\the Dubbo Jockey 01 ab meeting" on May 12 and 13. ■ * # *■ Mi's Hugh es has been summoned to Buckingham Palace and was received by the Queen. ' - Joseph Lapp was fined £2 at Bat hurst for issuing unstamped betting l tickets at " a meeting of the local trotting: club. > . «• =* * •It is generally understood by Min isterialists that during the coming* recess of the State Parliament tho Premier will visit England Alios Clarke was fined £100, in default eight months' gaol, for sly grog selling at a house in Pyrmont. .The police on searching the premises discovered 120 full bottles of liquor. . Since the early closing of hotels— there has been, a , coasiderable In crease of sly-grog shops. Fines on, offenders up to last week totalled £1375 . • . * * * The 570 miles separating Mel bourne from Sydney were covered by a motor car on'Saturday in 16 h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

mend them to you as being of the first order. DRESSES | Iii this Department Check Tweeds, Douegals, and Venetians predominata in'the heafier goods ; I 'while Covete and Serges hold pride of place in the medium-weight cloth. Oar range of Navy and Black Serges is complete to lGs per yard. fiH/iiwifiiium iiH'i'"mirurMirnji nimn^n imn in mmm n n rmnn n mm rT-nrrvrifnTr tsUiS 1 j A nice'..'range of Washing Satin in dress lengths (colors : Flesh, Coral,. Pink, Cream, Blue and ^Black. Also Fantasia and Crepe de Chene in p\ . a brilliant assortment of colors. Wo have tliese arriving every day. The shapes are chiefly Military Stales which are nredomiuatin? this season. ' ■ yrm ■*■■■ J •t.-marn tv -t sroapgWTtWB -\

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[?] SHORT STORY. Where the Bridge Had Stood. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

SHORT; STORY ' - > ~ 'Have you heard/ the news, , j^^tah ? ' } ,, forced carelessness m the ^^^ffife'ou]d haveibeen significant swift g'lar/ce had not.shown face whit^ ancl troubled. Norah picked • hejrself and lfer book ■ up from the rug iiear the fire and ,came over towhei^6 her sister stood j - slowly pulling off l(M">g driving gloves. r Eileen asfchorej' quoth she ! V^itb'a tender inflection in her voice. | '* And- what news will it 'be that corned to Oalliuabrao ?' Eileen turned aside so that she f did not inej3t the question in a pair of soft eyes. . Yet for all that she had a vision of. the figure before her} in its, simple flannel blouse and blue skirt ; runi-^ pled brown _ locks tossed in disorder over a white forehead, framing, too, the pretty fire-lashed face with its tender mouth and grey eyes which looked wistfully out on a world -which the young owner had found . .none too easy a place. , _ >"• And Eileen knew that what she had to say would bring a ^deeper sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

FARMERS, NOTE ! An interesting trial of a new-plough share will be held at Mr. O'Neill's farm on Saturday next, at 3 o'clock. Mr J. E. McCarty is interested in the production of this new implement,, which we have had explained to us. It certainly is a splendid idea, and will reduce the cost of maintenance of plough shares by. an enormous amount. Apparently, the implement will last a number of years, by rea son'of the reversible points. Far mers should not fail to witness the trial on Saturday. LOST On Biddon road on Wednesday a Plaited Whip, with joekey's photo, on handle. Finder please return to MR. GARROD, Myrtle Street Between Deep Creek and Gilgandra early in the week- a STOCK of a PEA RIKLE. Will finder please leave at this office. : STEEL •SHARES'./.,, . To fit all classes of ploughs, 30s per doz. delivered for cash at MEADOWBANK DEPOT, Gilgandra MILLER & JAMES Have received instructions-from the^ Executors of the Estate of the lute Gefl Stubbs to call a •••• •- •-••••...

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