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GILGANDRA'S LATE STATIONMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
I , . | GIIiGAKDRA'S I&lt;ATB STATION ! MASTER. . I The Narromine "News" flays:— " For some Jitfcle time back it has been currently reported that Mr. W. T. Oavanough, station master at Narronaine, was being removed to Arncliffe. Latest news to hand, how i ever, shows that we are not yet los i ing the services of Mr. Cavanough, as Mr. T. S. Brain, who has occupied the position of S.M, at Warren dar ing the past twelve months, has been notified of his transfer to Arncliffe, for which' station he will leave in the course of a few days.
THE DARLING ELECTORATE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
■THE! DABLfflG ELECTORATE j A. list has been published of the various'Federal Electorate Divisions •showing the names put on and taken oit Common.wealth Electoral Rolls since the 1914 election. In the Darlinj electorate 4,06.1 names have been added to the roll, and 4,716 re moved. In all the electorates a to tal of 124,556 names have been added, whilst .192,053 have been re moved.
A STUD HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
A STUD HOSSB It is stated that Mr. S. Horclern has sold Plasticine t© Mr. J. A. Buckland, of Pine Ridge, who will probably use him for stud purposes. -Though a winner, Plasticine, who is a good galloper in private, was a great disappointment to his late ow ner, who acquired him for something like 700 guineas. Plasticine was foaled in England, beijig by Marta gon from Plastron, and raced there several times unsuccessfully.
"ALL HONOR TO THEM" [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
'/ ALL HONOR TO THEM " Wellington "Times" in an article pointing out the advantages of, and *;he good likely to be achieved as the result of the route march of GiJgan- j dra recruits to Sydney, says:—"All honor to the patriots who started the j idea, and they may take it as the imitation that implies not flattery, bnt admiration, and also a sense or the right thing, that has impelled the Premier to announce other route marches."
ONE FOR TOMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
GHES FOR TOMMY. From Dubbo " Dispatch " :—!; Re cruit J. R. Lee, who is Mr. W. T. Kitchen's right hand man in the carrying oat of the route march from GiJgaudra to the sea, pays a tribute to Captain T. Nicholas, who has been appointed to command the troops. He says the Defence Department could not have secured a better offi cer than Captain Nicholas^ who is painstaking with the men.
THAT 4s PER BUSHEL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
THAT 4s PES BUSHEL. Mi\ Ark his, member for the dis trict, writes the folio wing reminder : •-"-All farmers desirous of obtaining; the 4s per bushel for wheat, offered under certain conditions by the Go vernment, should do so at once, as the Minister has decided that the time for receiving applications shall, expire 011 December 1st next."
JOINING THE RANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
JOINING THE RANKS. i^uother of Dunedoo's sterling yo^iyng men, and one of its best sports, left by Saturday's train for Victoria Barracks. We refer to Mr Jack M'Nleih whose brother, Rex, has, al ready been wounded whilst fighting at the Dardanelles. The genial Jaek enlisted some time ago, but was granted leave to attend to private matters.
THE RELIEF OF BELGIUM. THE COMMISSION'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
& : ' | THE COMMISSION'S REPORT, j Wo have received in book form a publication entitled "The Commis sion for Relief ir« Belgium," being a i report covering a period of .about eight months or operations fronr the inception to 30th June, 1915. The work is of great value and fall of interest, disclosing the true state of affairs as alTect'nig Belgium, and showing the method of, distribution of foodstuffs and money to the 7,000,000 population. The operations of the organisation divide themselves into three very definite and distinct functions:— (a) The provisioning ox the en tire population. (.!?) The conduct of financial re lief and exchange operations. (c) The care of the destitute. .Therefore three departments have been created ; .first, the Provisioning "Department, second, the Financial Belief and Exchange Department, and , third, the Benevolent 'Depart ment. This separation of functions exists not only in the Commission, but also in ail the. multitudinous Belgian organisat...
AUSTRALIAN COAL USED BY GERMAN WARSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
AUSTRALIAN 30AI USED BY GERM'AN WARSHIPS It "svill come as a snrpri.se to Ans tralians generaiiy to learn that the Gorman cruisers that sank the two British warships—(wood Hope and Monmouth— oft' the Sorttli American const were using' Australian coni. - A.t a recent meeting held in con iiGCti'.ai with tl;o M o f s 11 Kxch; i n%e the JVedciv.l Attorney -General (Mr VV . 1V1. .H nghes) deplored the vncf.-.mi; to which Australian production lias gofc. into eiicuty hands, "j r is a fact, i am sorry to say," ho s-'dd in the course «.!' his !•&lt;•:,!;.ri-;;-;, '•» in;t in spi!:n of the v;!v »'!•!•••&lt; •■•.ii-.'ii •).;' y\' of Aus tralia:;:-! us a whole Australian coal was .supplied to the German licet ■which sank the Good Hone and the Monmouth in South American, wat ers last year."
RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
Mrs. Peet, secretary of the Gilgaa clra Red Cross Society desires to ack nowledge the following- donations;; Mrs. Trengrove 5 pairs socks, Mr., Len Beames washers and cigai-eltes, Miss Aldritt washers, Breelong tea cher and pupils 1 dozen pillow slips, .. Mrs. C. H Richards 5 washers, 1 pair bed socks, Allan Weaver comics, Mrs Lithgow socks, Mrs* Duncan*. 'MerrigaP 1 pr. pyjamas, 3 under shirts and 3 mufflers, Master Clem Priddle made and donated 11 wash ers, Jack Morris made and (donated 2 washers, Mrs Edward's knitting' / circle .4 washers, Mrs. Hughes, brush' and comb bags, g kit bags, : Mr. MacManus £2/2 (sale of 'pot ^ ( * plants), case ofi assorted groceries 4^' from Mrs. Harry Cox1. ^ V""1 The Gilgamdra Red Cross Society } ) field their annual meeting on (Thurs day last. Mrs. Hardy was re-elected President, and Mrs Bryan vice-Pre sident., " Mrs: Peet was -re-electeS secretary, and Mrs. A'. F Garling as sistant: Mr. S L Bryan was re-elec-: ted treasurer. The Rev. IC L Mc Keown...
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
Presbyterian Church. _ ^ First Sunday—Collie 11, Alloway 3r Gilgandra 7.3Q Second Sunday—Gilgandra 11, -Cur ban 3, Gilgandra 7,30. Third Sunday—Baliadoran 3, Humun gerio 11, Gilgandra 7,30. Fourth Sunday. —Tooraweenah 2. Gilgandra 7.30. .Fifth Sunday—Breelong 3, Gilgan dra 7.30, Bearboug il. iiev. Aravia ttoyd, M.A.
Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
Catholic Church Gilgandra—1st and 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 7.30 p.m. Barudine, fourth Sunday, iMass 10a.m. Mundooran—Every fit'rh Sunday when occurring. Gular—Every Saturday before second. Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mass 7 a.m. Perliwaugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass S a.m. Breeiong—Mass at '.ir Aiontgoiru^ry's residence oncc a month as by local ran gem en t. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. Rev. Father Parker
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
Kemp-Bruce and Christie, Auctioneers,.' live Stock and Property Salesmen, ■ 1 Miller St, Gllgandra.. TeS.33, G'ilgandra. ' / A. Fw Gillett, " ■ Auctioneer, / Stock' aad Station Salesman Toor&weenah. Agent for Stwdebaker Motor Cars, 'Phone 14 Smith Bros., AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Land and General Commission Agents, Gilgandra. i Stock Sales and Trucking r Specialty. Communications invited,. Telephone i3„ I flilacLEAMGa! AUCTIONEERS, _ | Land,- Stock,'Trucking, and General toinmlssiosi Agent s, GILGAMBRA. If o W. Farrand, Stock, Property, & Trucking Agent Also Ldfe, Fire, Accident, and Lave Stock Insurance Business Particulars of land available for settle ment always on lw&lt;nd, and applica tions prepared ana court attended. Agencies—The A.M.P. and the Colonial Mutual Fire Oi'iicc, the two leading Australian Offices. Lindley YValke.i and Co., Wheat Exporters. OFFICE (late H... W.Mitchell)MILLER STREET. Telephone 50. Established 1880. ^ BUCKET AND SMV "OTOTI...
"HELP OUR BOYS." GULAR J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
E»MBgBniwrrB^i.miMf.vlnr„asBMBBgaBE3ZBggEg3Bawag "HELP OUR BOYS." -&lt;J> : GDLARJ.C. RACES. ITrom onr Gnlar Correspondent w The Gulargambone Jockey Club-is about to show in a practical wa} that the .existence'of race meetings is not altogether a blot on our Nat ional character. Indeed at the pre sent time the raising of funds in any legitimate way should be encouraged when such funds are to be devoted to some patriotse xund. The Gulai gambone Race Clubj has shown its patriotism in holding its first meet ing on the new course, and the Pre sident, Secretary, and every member of the committee, are working like trojans to make their efforts an un qualified success on the orct Novem ber. The President has already some £60 odd in lianct for the w ortny object, and by the time the fun ction is over there is sure to be a very substantial amount raised for our wounded soldiers. But the et forts of the community as a whole are not going to rest while the club is battling for funds...
MACHINERY FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915
[MACHINERY FOR FARMERS. ! j y There is great activity on the rail ways at the present time in anticipa tion of the harvtst being a phenom enal one. Every day sees many truck loads of harvesting machinery go through, and a visit to the local goods platform will show that this district i^ gettii.g a large quota, as the. machinery may be seen in pro cess of unloading from the trucks, or being taken away by the farmers to their holdings. On Friday last no fewer than 22 empty fiat trucks that bad been taking machinery through, principally for farmers along the Coonanible line, returned to Wellington from Dubbo. This is only one day's experience and a sim ilar sight can be seen dailjr.