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CROWN LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

CROWN LEASES. The following applications for the Crown Lease which became available for selection on Monday last were lodged at the Laud Of fice during' the week : — Chas. A. Hush, Lease M, 1300 acres, par ish Mongarlowe ; P. Reidy, Lease K, 800 acres, parish Mongarlowe; William A. Tetley, Lease N, 780 acres ,parieh ' Marlowe ; P. King, Lease P, 500 acres, parish Tom boye (conflicting) ; George Tay lor, Lease P, 500 acres, parish Tomboye (conflicting) ; Thomas Thorne, Lease M, 1300 acres, par ish Mongarlowe ; H. R. Webb, Lease B, 650 acres, parish Mon garlowe ; George R. Hush, Lease Q, 1000 acres, parish Toinboym* ;

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

SPORTING. ? w Punters opened their account at Canterbury Park badly oh Sat urday, but had the best of the deal on the day. A 20 to 1 chance in Lone Girl won the Maiden Handicap from Eastern Pearl (10 to 1) and Orciad (8 to 1). Inver kip was a hot favorite at 6 to 4, but finished fourth. Smoky was another hot favorite for the Nur dwj, emu. i/uis- liiuu puuieia suur ed. Dandelion (12 to 1) was se cond and Earl Desmond (6 to 1) third. A 5 to 4 on favorite in Herringbone was first home in the '] New Year's Gift, Linera (6 to 1) being 'second and Chantry (9 to 2) third. Rualma (6 to 1) accoun ted for the. Stewards' Mile, Bal lustrade (5 to 1) being second and Lalla (14 to 1) third. There were only five starters for the Canterbury Handicap. Toa Tere was favorite at evens, Keni lera being nejxt 4n 'demand at 7 to 4. Value was at 9 to 2,fvhile Emden and Dave Whitton ?. were at 20's. The favorite won by a length from Kenilera, Value be ing third. A second favorite in Maidau (4 to 1) was' fir...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

w The lianil^K been ex ceedingly tMJiJstrict of late, and s^Hidest resi dents barc^H The last J° go Yft^Bdrell, of Braidwood, ^Kcii a suf fer for s^Kst. She died on ft^H^ deceased !ady, who^Bq of age, was born ^H, and ha with th3 ^K trip sh ha-l to Eoj^Rrears age Prom whidi^Bconsidei aljle bcnefi^Hbeen gra dually fajjj^He month* so that hiJ^Hiiot unex pected. Sli^H csteemei !-y a large ^Kuds. Th funeral UjO^M Saturda; afternoon, ^H buried ii 'lie Cliurclj^H cemotery The furu'ri^Bv and re prcsentathj^Hhief mour nei\s worc^H. C. Mad drcll, 'Bj^H-. H. I Maddrell, ]^Hj Mr. C B. Maddi^B(broilicrs) and Mcssit^H Maddrell juiir.. G. ^H A. Mad drell. P.aBrctl, am Mr. Dougl^^Ey in']']) ews). who^^Hie remain! of their la^Bthcir las: resting plt^Hi! was the number of^Hoived thai a motor c^^Hd' the cor tegs uitbi^Hi' on the coffin wcrc^^B her. The service io^^H's and at the gravej^^Bpressiveh conducted ||^HBt. Alison Cato, wliilj^Hforris had charge °f-j^^B arrange ments. wiii^^Bod out in his cus...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

WAR NEWS. In the House of .Commons .tin-, first reading of the Military Service Bill was- carried by the, large majority of 403 to 105. Twelve .Labor members support ed compulsion. The minority in cluded 41 Liberals and 58 Nation alists. -' ' Sir Edward Grey (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) an nounced in the House of Com mons that he did not regard the diplomatic situation in .Greece other than satisfactory. The Trade Union Congress was opened at Westminster to dis cuss the motion affirming the Bristol Congress resolution de ploring the disunifying actions of the compulsion ists in recog nising that Mr. Asquith's pledge was governed by the results of Lord Derby's recruiting scheme, though these Ihiad not yet justi fied the Compulsion Bill. The conference by 1,998,000 votes to 783,000 adopted an amendment re-affirming the decision of the. Bristol Congress, unanimously' protesting in the name of three million organised workers against compulsion, characterising the Government ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

~ ~~| 1915 GREETING 1916 ? I To Our Clients. This Year has finished up in a way that gives us very much to be thankful for. Our Harvest will be a record, for our wool boom prices exist, and last, but by no means least, the elements have been kind enough to present us with a New Year's Gift of incalculable value, in the shape of general rains. ? These advantages will go a very long way in re* lieving the burdens placed upon us in the shape of taxation, which, as loyal citizens, we are bound to meet cheerfully. While the year has been the most eventful in our young Nation's history, and at times we have been anxious, we summon to our aid the courage that is an 1 inheritance from our forefathers, and face whatever is I in store with a bold front. I 'What's brave, what's noble, let's do it !' I {Shakespeare) With the Warmest of Season's Greetings, and trusting that the NEW YEAR may be made bright by an early declaration of peace. Yours faithfully, F.H.DOWELL January, 1916.

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THE SUVLA OPERATIONS. WHY THEY FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

THE SUVLA OPERATIONS. WHY THEY FAILED. In the course of a lengthy de spatch Sir Ian Hamilton says the failure at Suvla was due to the divisional commanders not pres sing the attack. Replying to Earl Kitchener, Sir Ian said that eva cuation seemed to him unthink able. He was thereupon recalled to London. Regarding the operations at Suvla Bay, which were entrusted to Lieutenant-General Stopford, the despatch states : — It was be iieved that the Turkish defenders were under 4000. The Eleventh Division ferried from Imbros and began disembarking half an hour after the attack on the northern flank at Anzac. I hoped Choco late Hills would be captured by daybreak. The surprise of the Turks was complete. The wea ther was very hot, and the new troops suffered much from lack of water, partly owing to the ene my's fire and partly to want of nous, which is second nature to an old campaigner. When the at tacks hung fire, LieutenantGene ral Stopford, reco!l;.cting the vast issues hanging on succes...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

Local News. ? ♦ ? Mr. 'Ted' Stone, son of Mr. Al bert Stone, of this town, has en listed. His brother, Private Keg. Stone, is now on his way to the front. * -* * Mr. M. J. McNamara, of Ner nga, was admitted to the Braid wood Hospital on Sunday, suffer ing from a severe attack of pleurisy. * * * The present spell of hot wea ther has brought tluc Municipal baths into great demand. On Saturday and Sunday large crowds were present. The dam is still holding well. * * * After the intense heat of Sat urday and Sunday a thunderstorm worked up on the latter after-, noon, but very little rain fell as a (result. At Nerriga fine rain fell on Sunday afternoon. * * . * Mr. Hassall has received a cable from his son, Trooper 'Top' Hassall, stating that he is now in Egypt, and that, all is well with him. Trooper Hassall was at Anzac when the evacuation took place. - * * * Ma*. Austin Chapman is taking a deep interest in the 'Men from Snowy River' route march. He was ? present when the men left Deleg...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

COMMERCIAL. The Australian, Mercantile.. Land and Finance Company, Ltd., report : — Wool. — Business has been very quiet in the local market during the past week, several of the buyers being still out of town. A few small transactions have, however, been effected. On the *- ? lilfc lUOU. %A-\A\jKjL\JLLi3 Will tjlj 1V/OU' med, and, with the exception of one week's sales in Brisbane, ex tending from 24th ~tq 27th Janu ary, will be continued regularly till 9th March. Mail particulars are now to hand of the November London sales, and these indicate a very irregu lar market, quite a number of 'ots being passed in without of fers, as at that time was the case in Sydney. The December Lon 'lon sales, however, hardened con siderably and showed much ani mation. The next series of Lon don sales are arranged for Tues day, 18th January. As a result of the Liberal se lection for Drummoyne Mr. Brunt nell has resigned from the Libe ral party. -....?

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN £10,000,000. SUBSCRIPTION LIST CLOSES 31st JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 January 1916

COMMONWEALTH WAS, LOA^T £10,OCO,000. SUBSCRIPTION LIST CLOSES 31st JANUARY. Until the list closes on the 31st January, all persons who care to do so— and they should be many — have the right to assist the coun ? ry and our soldiers by subscrib ing to the Second Issue of the Commonwealth War Loan which has been nominally fixed at £10, 000,000. well known, the nominal rate of interest . being 4|o/o, but owing to the terms on which the Loan is issued, the actual rate earned is approximately £4 14s «/o, and the interest is free of taxation, which is a considerable item in these times. But there are far higher considerations to be taken into account than the value of the in vestment. It is everyone's duty to contribute to assist in waging the greatest war which the world has ever seen, and in which our Empire is vitally threatened, and moreover, it is not a war of ag gression on the part of the Bri tish Empire, but of defence of the principle which we, and all hu manity, hold dear. Austr...

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HOW YOU CAN HELP. ASSISTING A.T HOME. MILITARY AUTHORITIES' NEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

HOW YOU CAN HELP. ASSISTING AT HOME,, MILITARY AUTHORITIES' . , »] (NEED. - The military are anxious to see the Turks and the Germans. The farther off they are when rliey see them the better prepared Australians are for cither attack or defence. For this reason field glasses and binocular.? P ar o ; ^ur gently required by the epmjnis fiirtnp.d nfTYrp.rfi of the Australian Imperial Expeditionary Forces. One thousand pains are required. The military authoiilies are not able to purchase glasses, most of which usually come from Austria and Germany. Owing to tlia .war,' the source of supply has been completely cut off,: and . German field glasses now in Australia are wanted by the Australian of ficers, so that they may more ef ficiently and quickly eradicate, the German makers. This may bal ance in some degree the fact that hundreds of tons of Welsh coal has been stacked in Ger many, and scores of tons of New castle (N.S.W.) coal was useid-by the Germans in attacking British vessels. -- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

W O O L TRADE important Notification TO WOOL GROWERS in New South Wales and Queensland from JOHN BRIDGE & CO. LTD. Ladies and Gentlemen, As thoughtful business men, whose connection with Jthe wool trade dates back nearly half a century, we cannot be ignorant of the difficulties which Ever-increasing Taxation ? and cost of labor are creating for the wool grower, and the serious inroads *they are making upon his earnings. The business of selling wool has similarly had to face increased cost of labor and material, taxation, and other charges ; nor is there any indi cation that the limit has yet been reached. The extreme prices ruling at the present time for wool, and other primary products, have helped the primary producer to tide over his troubles for the present. -They have also postponed the necessity for an Increase in Selling Charges, or effecting drastic economies in the cost of marketing raw products. We cannot reasonably expect that abnor mally high prices will continue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

Attention, Jj&MksV READY-TO-WEAR HATS in Latest Style, just to hand, at, R. M, HIGGINS'S Commercial Stores.' Untrimmed Velvet Hats. Eeady-to-Wear Felt Hats. Special Value in Coats, Skirts, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery. Serviceable House Blouses. Ladies' Goats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. The Very **'Kh^ m^^** New and Lowest .^?fl §MP Stylish - Prices. Goods. AWAITING 'YOUR KIND INSPECTION. R. M. HIGGINS, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'Phone 11. TOAST YOUR FRIENDS A MERRY XMAS! — IN- ' ' . . OaldwelFs FAMOUS ? ? Wines! THE CHAMPION RECORD PRIZEWINNERS. SYD NEY AND BRISBANE SHOWS, 1915. (19 PRIZES). Caldwells Wines, Ltd., &d. 65^™« Sl- AGENTS FOE : Tasmanian Irvine & Co., Mercury SPARKLING tfOCKS & SPARKLING CIDER. CHAMPAGNES. . Stocked by all Leading Houses.

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TRAINING STATIONS. FOR SMALL COUNTRY TOWNS [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

TRATNlNft STATIONS. FOR SMALL COUNTRY TOWNS The Minister for 'Defence (Sen ator Pearce) announces that it is proposed to open training sta tions in small country centres, where the population is suffi cient for the, conduct of such work. A feature would be a month's preliminary training near the homes of residents of such centres who may recruit. It .is considered that . this course will greatly foster the interest in re cruiting, and wilt afford excel lent preliminary training. It will also have the advantage of sav ing expense. The scheme pro posed contemplates allotting a sfaff o'f one officer, one sergeant, and other N.C.O. of the A.I.F. 'or instructional duties. .. It is intended that enlisted men to be trained in this way shall be accommodated at their own homes^ and that being the ?asei it is recommended that they be granted an allowance of Is 4d_per day in lieu of ra tions. Camps will not be set up at these training stations, but pfficei's and if.C.Os. will be sup plied with...

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Recruiting. PRIVATE SAUNDERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

Recruiting. private saunters' 3£eet ing. ?- Private Saunders^ a returned soldier, addressed a wellJLtten ded meeting in the Literary In stitute on Thursday night in the interest of the 'Men from Snowy Kiver' route march. Those pre sent, however, mostly comprised women and children and ^iiien ohnvv. tlifi recruitinar acre. The Mayor presided, and after singing the National Anthem, briefly in troduced the speaker. ?.£ *: ? Private Saunders, who is quite a young man, and who took part in the first historic landing ' at Gallipoli, gave an interesting ac count of his experiences from' the time of hie enlistment till his ar rival at the hospital, at Heliopo Jis wounded. His description of the landing was quite pictures que, although nothing tfaat has not already become familiar his tory was adduced. Referring to his own wounding, nine' hours after his arrival on Turkish soil, the soldier said : 'The Turkish snipers were doing such deadly Avork amongst the members of my company that the of...

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RUSSIA'S PART IN THE GREAT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

RUSSIA'S PART IN THE GREAT WAR. The 'Russky Invalid,' the Rus sian military, organ,' after more than a year of war, remarked that it was necessary to sacri fice the Polish salient, because it was better for the Russians to take advantage of the depth of their theatre of war to draw the German armies tar trom tneir base, and to force them to ex haust themselves. ? Constant mar ching, fighting, and ? privations weaken an enemy. The . paper proceeded to say : — 'This war will be decided by the .armies in battle, and it is of no importance where this bat tle will take place. Our retreat assures us the yictory, for our armies- are now only beginning to develop, while an abundance of munitions of war awaits us in the 'near future, thanks to the mobilisation of the national in dustry and -to the orders placed abroad, whereas' for the moment tlie ^enemy is in a favorable ^po sition in .this. 'regard. However, it is -impossible /to hamper the -liberty of movement of the Rus sian army in any ...

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THE BLOCKADE. TRADE WITH GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

THE BLOCKADE. TRADE WITH GERMANY. The 'Daily Mail's' commission er who visited Scandanavia de clares that German traders con sider the British blockade the best joke of the war. A vast amount of Scandanavian imports go to Germany, 'merely changing the labels. Trains and steamers are taxed to thp. utmost. He saw manv ves sels from America and elsewhere tranship at Malmo, Helsinger, and Copenhagen, direct for Germany. The glut in traffic is tremendous. Danish traders complain that they cannot handle then- own cargoes owing to the pressure of German bound goods. The commissioner investigated the working of the system of con signing to accredited merchants, and declares that it is -useless, and is making Britain a laugh? ing stock. Many of the impor ters are honest, but. the goods reach even fifth parties, who sell to Germany. Everyone trades on These lines— porters; shopkeepers, —caretakers, and shopgirls. :T-he Montenegrins arc putting ifp a gallant defence, but their forces are too i...

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GERMAN FRIGHTFULNESS. THE MILK IN THE COCOANUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

GERMAN FRIGHfFULNESS. THE MILK IN THE COCOAOTT. 'Crime knows no frontiers. It was not made in Germany,' says Mr. Frederick William Wile, who was for many years. a newspaper (representative in Berlin, writing in the November Pearson's Maga zine. 'Yet statistics of crime in Germany throw a highly illumi nating light on the frequency of felony there, as compared to Great Britain. Even allowing for Garmanys' greater population, the dread preponderance is altogeth er disproportionate. In his analy sis of ''The Soul of Germany,' Dr. Thomas F. A. Smith (late of Er iangen University, Bavaria) shows that for 10 years the number of cases of maliciously and felonious ly wounding in Germany was 172,153 against 1262 in England ; murders 350 against 97 ; rapes, 9381 against 216 ; incest, 573 as against 56 ; unnatural crimes-, 841 against 290 ; illegitimate children, 178,115 against 37,041 ; malicious damage to property, 25,759 aarainst 358. 'Grimes above classed as mur ders in Germany are notorio...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

WAR NEWS! ? ~ — ?* ? — — ' .. .??.'.. ?' Cettingne's days 'are numbered; [t is impossible to succour and re victual the' Montenegrin army. The motion in the House of Commons for the /rejection of tjie ?Military Service ' Bill -was 7 nega tived'' by 43'Uvotes to '39. '' '. : An unofficial Petrograd message says that, having achieved the uuj'CTjb \ji vi4.vcibi.x1g . iput:-ii4 y 'tut n oes firom Francs and the Bal-. kans, . the Russian offensive. -on the southern front lias been sus pended for the present.- ..- The Austrians declare that; the Russians made six attempts to peneti*ate their lines in .Bessar abia, but were repulsed. Russian t-orpedo boats, desi^oy ed a Turkish submarine, which swent ashore in the Black Sea. According to the Rome 'Tri- biina,' the G&rmans- are form ing their right wing, which' is resting * on the Vardar, with their centre on Monastir. - The Bulgarian headquarters arc -at Doiiran. 100,000 Turks from Gal lipoli form the left1 wing on the line from Xa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

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