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COLLECTION OF STATE ROLLS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

OF STATE ROLLS ? The police are now engaged in the aiiiual collection of the State rolls for New South Wales. As the enrol ment fer the State differs widely from that of the Commonwealth, in asmueh as the latter is compulsory and the former is not, the electors are warned that the police are in no way concerned with the enrolment on the Commonwealth rolls, and although receipts are issued, their names will only appear on State rolls, and not oh Commonwealth rolls. Before electors can obtain enrol ment on Commonwealth rolls, the proper claim card must be completed and forwarded to the Commonwealth Electoral Registrar for the subdivis ion in which they permanently re side. . The Commonwealth Electoral Of ficers are now rigorously enforcing the compulsory enrolment provisions of the law, the penalty for failure to comply with the same being a ■ flue" of ten shillings for the first offence. Claim cards can be obtained at all post offices. A'.peculiar charge of sheep-stealing -was prefer...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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DER SHKY-PILOT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

Vance I vas a vaiter In. the good old Loudon town ; But now I shteer dee /5eppeleen Vhat drops der big boms down. I am von bold shky-pilot, I do der Var Lord's vill ; ■ Some pretbee Eugleesh. vimmen Und der lettle childs I kill. Hocli! Hocix ! I am zo happy ,Up here among der shtars, I vish der Vaterland vould be For ever in der vats.; To me it vas der great big fan To hide above aer clouds, Und tiuk how many Engleesh dead You wrap up in aer shrouds. Und vhat I likes about it bast—■ Von ting you vill agree— Vile I drops boms upon your head You cannot punish. me. It makes mein zides cait laughter slip! it To look down from der sliky, Und dink der speshul constables Do "Vake up, England !" cry, I come like tief in dead'anf night, Veil sinks deu red-eyed sun ; Und den your papers write and ' say I vos von pirate Hun „ But nicht care I for vhat you tiuk Of terror in der nights ! I make 3roa var in vays dat are Der latest ting in frights. If England vins—veil, veil, I vill Again a vaiter...

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

H iL :;i & -— ALL BRlT£S£'i. ip^bi r &$ 113 ff larLrl^ "SYDNEY Macle oors.tln.^xo'ci.sly s£ric:s 1012. Ovaf a CerAtti^y's eyiperieFicr ^ is at yo?xr d::iposa!. J .^i s & ft ti. i rt K w la a. t tShus xTiea.E^s to yow. T Ke pianos are clolsg h,tiDul ia every way' a-n-tcS arc sold ff«.!s2y guaranteed.' Catalo^tJGS .are free. Please wrils for one. NCS 338 George "St. 1

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

I w. o. rewi's BARGAINS Are better value and cheaperj than all sales. The ever-increasing popularity of DEWE'S, • is DUE to the Mar'/ellous Values that are given all the year round.# Njote- the special prises for. the following lines^--which are all"'. .. new and up-to-date goodss knd are cheaper than all.sale prices. Children's white Linette Dresses, blue collars and cuffs, size 18-20, at Is lid, worth 2s 9d Girls' Linen Dresses, all colors, piped with white, size 24, 27, 30, 33,2s lid, worth 3a lid Girls'Crash Dresses, size 18, 22, 2s fid, worth 3s fid Boys' Crash Tunics 2s 3d, extra spccial <• ' Girls' Crepe Dresses, all colors, size 24,27 3s3d, size 30, 33, 36 3s lid, worth' 3s lid and 4s lid Boys' Crash Ranger Suits 3s 3d, worth 4s 6d - Floral Muslins, special 4s llcl doz, worth 6s 6.1 White Embroidered Voile Costume Lengths special price 12s 6d, worth 15s fid All Millinery including Trimmed, Pan Dans, and Shapes at special low priecs that are unequalled Ladies' Tuss...

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

so Fine When<4lerbert'said 4^1 Beauty draws in 'ore ■ than ©xesi," he did'.hdt'have' in mind the first present ation 'of-' ' '.V ,, I - * ' The but the phrase fits, so jet's apply it Tfie iieaoty of the f^ew Autumn Wilsnery Styles at i has already drawn to -our'showrooms many of those who like to see and choose' while everything-is fresh,. St ss vary pleasant to realise'that '.'altho' these are .ad vance styles, the prices -or ■■the tickets are ttM one" io|K higher on ..that account darling's- impose no "eariy-in-the-season prices55 just .'to catch the moneyed! folk with".whoin price is no object m • ■W - '' Printed and published by Alfred E. Peil::.is, sole proprietor, at the office of the "Gi.igandra VVeelily,"Miller Street Gilgandra

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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The Doings Of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

At a recent l?ige!y-att'ended raeet .is was decided t© re ' qJtiesfctW Cqbbora ...Shire Council to ' provide abater supply for the town. >' "V>\. =» # Mr J. Lamb, of I)unedoc,"aiid .Miss Maud Martin, of Cobbora, were re cently married at the Union Church, Dpnedoo, by the Rev. W. Ilotston. . ' . ■ . * «= The Orange district is said to be overran at present with outback graziers on the look-out for grass for their starving flocks, -» -» \ * At Mr. Gidding's clearing-out saje neai* Wellington last week a fat cow was sold for £27, -which is a re _ cord for tlae district, Mr Smith, Gulgong's popular postmaster,/ haib received notice of * his transfer to Coenabarabralr, and lie will be suceeeded bv Mr Curran. of the later town'-. ' A Carinda correspondent states;,that tlaere is plenty of work for bustf lab orers in that district. Many of the stations are starting to fall scrub for : the stock, and need men. , Coonamble hospital has a credit balance of £338 7s 3d, together with an ad...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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COONAMBLE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

CQQN AMBLE MAIL. When discussing the matter of the retention of the daily mail train the secretary of Coonam ble Progress As sociation counselled the committee to "hasten slowly." He had heard on good authority t-hafc inquiries were being made from the Sydney - end gjew to discon t in u in g the mai 1 na.m hi-fi rlnrimr thQm

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REFRESHMENT ROOMS AT DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

REFRESHMENT ROOMS AT DUBBO. At a meeting of the Coonamble Progress Association last week re ference waa made to the inconven ience railway passengers are subject ed to at Wellington. After the bell rang travellers were locked in the carriages and compelled to remain there 15 minutes before the train started. The secretary stated that as soon as money is available the re freshment rooms will be removed to Dobbo. 'Before this time next year the difficulty will be remedied.

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SCOURED WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

SCOURED WOOI. Wools showing attractive quality eontiuae in axcellent demand in Syd ney. Winchcombe, Carson's cata logue last Monday included scoured fleece from Mr John Edwards, Car inda, at 2§d arid pieces at 20d. The same" firm sold greasy merino fleece from Mr W. Zell, Tooraweenah, at lod, ■' v

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

E Sole Agent for HjSMO PILE CURB.Ointment 3s, Sup posibries7 3s . '' : ' ' _ ; ' ' v 1 Wolaroi Grammar School, Orango 3000ft above sea level Bearding and Day School for Boys j ■, ... • _ A sound education by highly qualified araduatc stafl to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate. C. R. CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. A. F. FITZHARDINGE

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REPORTERS ON "STRIKE" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

REPORTERS ON "STRIKE" Reporters on the Parramatta pap ers downed pencils at.the Granville Council meeting. It has been the custom for the pressman to peruse the correspondence before the meeting, and recently both the Parramatta papers published the correspondence. Two letters somewhat forcibly ex pressed tho writers' ideas ©f the •work done by the Granville aldermen. The upshot was that- the -Mayor (Aid. Willoughby), at the instigation of several aldermen, ordered a can 1 cellation of the privileges hitherto extended to the press. Tke reporters and their table were relegated to the farthest end of the room. At the last meeting the alderman talked as usual, but the pressmen did not take down a line. The faster the alder men talked the quieter the reporters sat.

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

I For Children's Hacking cough at Night . .Woods' Great , Peppermint Our©, 1/6. How to cure cold shivers. Buy, a blanket or over coat alt Garling'sw Exjva-good lot.—O

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BULLOCK REALISES £28. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

0u Tharsclay last, " at the Orange sales, Messrs. Campbell Bros., @€ Barrendong, topped the market for fat cattle, bullocks making up to £28, .■whilst steers frem the same owners made to £17, and~ heifers to £15.

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THE LIQUOR REFERENDUM [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

the Liquor referendum The Chief Secretary has stated If; had been found impossible to take the referendum on the liquor question on this year's rolls, since they could not be collected, revised and printed, in time. The vote, therefore, wouM be taken on last year's roll and th& supplementary rolls, which would b® issued in connection therewith. Voters who had removed since the roll of 1915 was taken, should, there? fore, understand that if their names had siuce been taken by the poHce to be placed on this year's they would not be entitled to vote on' the refer endum, and their only chance of being admitted to vote on that occa sion would be through their applica tion to be placed on the supplemen tary roll after the method provided by the Act.

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MUNDOORAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

MUND0ORAN RACES. Good entries-—a record, in fact are expected fc r the Mandooran Amateur Races, which eventuate early next month. This club, under capable management by a good sec retary, and an energetic committee, is making rapid progress. New members are beiug continually enrol led. The membership fee is only £2/2 per year, . winch entitles .the holder not only to attend the meet ings of the club throughout the.year, but gives them the privilege &ls© of patting in an appearance at the big annual ball, which is the leading social function of that part of the north-west. The Mundooran Clab has occupied a leading position, for years amongst the amateur racing bodies of the Stata, and there is no prospect of its ever losing its prest- ; ige. .

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PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

BY A. G. HUIE. 7] Tke Canadian Labor Party sup ports Proportional Representation. The following is taken frcpi a report in ihe Ottowa "Citizen" c>f the 31st January, 1916, of a .deputation wait ing upon the ProviKcial) or as we Trcnld call it th© State Government. The first resolution, in favor of proportional representation, was presented by Mr-P. M.sDraper, of Ottowa. The resolution roads: "Re selved that the Trade and Labor Con gress of Canada, "having approved of the principal of proportional repre sentation, urges upon the Eederal Parliament and the Provincial legis latures the desirability of passing the mecessary legislation for its adoption in the election of their members. [Further, that the Congres nrg'es up on, the Provincial legislatures the desirability of passing legislation giv ing municipalities thu power to adopt proportional representation for the ©lection of city councils, in accord- i ance with the method outlined in the English Municipal Representa tion .BH1,...

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

Shrewdj thrifty people go to (Jar* ling's i&r everything and save money avery fcim©.—0 H.J. Varcoe has three new and re liable cars for hire. Careful drivers i Phone 82, day or night. Address— Varcoe's Garage, Gilgar.dra. J'oi* OMldran's Hacking rough al; Night ( iWooda* Great Peppermint dure, 1/6. How to cure cold shiveirs. , Buy a blanker or over coat at Garling's. ®xjtra good lot*—0 Opposite Gilgan&ra Railway Station H..X L£W€ES '-Proprietor. Having purchased from Mr Jas. Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotel, prepared to cater for the public according to 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 old faces. Pleased to welcome new. A. J.. LANCE, Proprietor. Tattersall's 'Hotel, Gilgan'dra, Opposite Post Office. ^Under Entirely New Management.) Desires to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

Tribit^ch Lincoln,1 ex-M.7 Darlington (England), intamo.aB as the self confesj^ct sp-y who tried- to deceive the A&i lu&fty and" lure the British F1 et^to destiuctiou, esoaped jjjom the ci->to4y o£ the New York ^TiQritiesi by whom he was held in omiebtion with*'the extradition pro ceed hy.gs on charges of fraud. Lin celn at the time was in the custody of a Deputy United States Marshal named Johnson. It is suggested in some"vqap,rtars that Lincoln boarded .■an out-going steamer shortly after bis escape. The authorities, however, believe that he is still in New York. It appears, that the prisoner was •writing a .book on the international spy system of Germany, and was al lowed to go to^the Federal Building frequently aa/'com pany of deputies for the pui pose of securing- material for bis work. Johnson has been sus pended,-pendiug investigation. Ac cording to him,'Lincoln was return ing' with him from the Federal Biflilding; to. the gaol when ' they edjut^a restauran...

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LINCOLN'S BOASTINGS. HIS LIFE TO BE DEVOTED TO REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 24 March 1916

"•LINCOLN'S BOASTINGS. his life to be devoted to revenge. i^^rding. .to the "New York AmfCTcau|'' Lincoln after his escape, visited the offices of the "American," and wrote an article for the-^paper in due course. In this article, which is filled with boastings of the ex spy, Lincoln, states that ho ...has 'iVo't taken t^p^fcroubli? to hide from the 3^e.$fcYork p'Slice, whose efforts he aStHjIs.to despise, but has b3en going about; quite ojieMy. 1 am known in England," sWdi: Lincoln, "by the police as the? brainiest man in the rldr and I 'certainly do not fear re i*e here.'" A considerable por the article is taken up in ig over a scheme he has to gr§atireligious movement in igainst! Great Britain. This lont he;, proposes to lead him he -asserts, devote his g revenge -on Great flecfalJy on the British

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

>me ss Lorm the residents of Gilgandra and district that he has commcnce •tilyandra as - 'carrying business transacted under personal supervision. id General Merchandise removed to any locality. JH Solicsi&odL mr J. FLEMING Desires to intimate to the publicoXQilgaHuR^iti 'ias Purchased; he business lately carried;cn--foy'lvfr. F. A. Harris, and that he"'is~^e]1$reti to'eex utc a>; crJcis entrusted to him promptly, and at reasonable prices. Watch Repairs a Specialty Extensive experience. Good stock of watches, clocks, jewellery, and silverware Dress, fell—M Life's Battle is Ion Mew Tailoring Establishment c. E. ROSS (late of Wellington) Has opened business in Miller Street, Gilgandra, next door to Mr Farrand's office AH the Latest English and American styles. Fit, Style,, and.-.Workmanship-Guaranteed. ' . BULLARD BROS., Wholesale and. Retail Butchers TOORAWEENAH ' Small Goods always on hand. General Bariklog" Business pSiJigki : CITIES and TOWS5S of AUSTRALIA, and LONDO...

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