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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

General Carry ia: ' A. ORGAN ?A<ess ft'L Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that he hyu; lommence business in Gilgandra as , g ( G'BMERiil. CSJOE&EfcSlSE*.-. All kinds-of ca'rryfag business transacted under personal supervision. / Furniture and General Merchandise removed to any locality. / A ,5T:s?isa,l / km ® ® Asii ft • feiii# Rfsit^ i'%Ps M 1 wii Ha 'if "j Confectionery and Refreshment Hoonis- are a ted in Garling's Mew Buildings N next the Big Store. / mm® Telephone 73 II B I Proprietors. We Don't Grow Wool ut we know wool, and we know the wool market from A to Z. The whole of our ims, thought and energy is centred on beating everybody else in the matter of priccs. Windicpmbe-Carson Results speak for themselves. Hundred of growers have stuck to us since the year we started in business. This is the best sort of evidence that our methods and our •; account sales are satisfactory from the owner's point of view. Consign Wool; Winchcombe Car...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FAR WEST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

THE FAR WEST Mr. Wilson, of Baltowa station, Wilcannia, who passed through INyn gan en route to the Young district last week, reported that three inches of rain fell in the far ivest during the past month, and as a result the coun try never looked better for many, yeais. Feed is plentiful right throughout from Wilcannia to Bro ken Hill.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DECREASE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

A DECBSASB IN..VICTORIA. The falling-off: in recruiting in Victoria, which has been noticeable for some weeks, in causing the milit •ary authorities grave concern. Only fifty-two volunteers for the whole State came forward on Saturday, of whom forty-one were accepted. Vic toria's quota of requ.il ed reinforce ments will not be maintained unless those figures are more than doubled each day. ,

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLOOD STOCK FARM [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

BLOOD STOCK FASI Mr. Haynes asked Mr. Grab am e in Parliament on Tuesday if the Go vernment was justified in a. time of financial stringency in 'purchasing a private estate for £54,000 to estab lish a blood stock farm, while large areas of Crown lands were available. Mr. Grab am e said the best land available was necessary for,the pur pose, and conkl only be obtained by purchase.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN SAVAGERY. WOUNDED IN CATTLE TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

WOUNDED IN CATTLE TRUCK. A letter has been received by Mr. J. Neil Barclay, of Glial lis House, from a personal friend, who is a doc tor, serving in the vicinity of Hooge,. in Flanders, conoermng the inhuman treatment meted out to prisoners by the Germans. .The doctor is in daily association with a doctor who was taken prisoner in the retreat. from Mows, but who subsequently escaped,, and is again with our army at the. front. He witnessed many atrocities a few of these being related as fol lows :— "He (the doctor) was with. 59 men in an ordinary cattle track for sis: days and nights without either food or water. If they showed their noses; they were spat upon, and if they got outside they were kicked back again. Yon can imagine what the sanitary state of the truck was like. Ho bad ' a dozen or so wounded with him, and. he tried to look after them, although he had absolutely nothing" to do it with. One man'was wounded in the head, and when the dressing was re moved the wound was simp...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

H. J. Varcoe has for sale Mew airi 'Seconhand Cars. If you want to buy a . car, or any class of machinery, call on Varcoe. Expert advice costs you nothing, and saves you pounds. Ad dress—Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra. ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. CfriWren's Hacking e«ugh afc Night

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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ONLY A BAG OF WHEAT! [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Last year the wheat growers .of Australia were up against it, through the worst .drought they had known. They had such a struggle that there was little time to think of anything else. But, they still had their homes | their food, and their dear ones alto gether. Then the rain came, and now everything is just line; but what about those fellow farmers in North ern France, Servia, Poland and Mon ! tenegro, who have, since the war be | gan suffered every possible hardship ; and horror that the e^erny eoukl in J flict upon them. | These men—whatVle't't of them— . ! are still fighting—the women and j kiddies are starving! Do you hear? Actually dying like your sheep did in the drought lor sheer want of something to eat and drink! Now its up to you wheat farmers in N.S.W. to ' open those generous purses of yours—just a little—to put some bread into the months of our gallant allies, who are fighting for all of us. All yon need to do is to - give a bag (ov more if you can. [ spare more) of th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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SENSATIONAL CRIME. MURDERER LYNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

MURDERER LYNCHED. Grimly dramatic was tlie closing •chapter of a sensational American crime. The perpetrator, a million aire's son, was sentenced to death for •murdering, a young girl, but was re cently reprieved. This aroused great indignation, and one night, at the end ol! August, the murderer was dragged from prison by a gang of armed and masked men and lynched, The wret ched criminal was Leo Frank, 31, son of a wealthy Brooklyn manufacturer, heir to millions, a graduate of Con nell University, and"a leader in Jew ish circles iii Atlanta, Georgia. His 'victim .-was a pretty, fourteen -year old factory girl,named Phagan. Her body was found in the cellar of his uncle's factory at Atlanta, on April 27, 1913, aud it was ascertained that she had been strangled. Several notes in her pocket blamed a " tall negro " for her plight. Suspicion was at first directed against two negroes, but one of them, "Jinr Conley, an illit erate man of low type, accused Frank ■oi the crime. His story was ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Lieires When Lincoln stood bare footed steering a raft down the river, how irlany would have thrilled at his name ? I rv to disassociate such names as Ed\son Car negie, Marconi from the owner's achievements and they are commonplace names after all. / But the ability to do something above the average moan'5 something, -KENNEDY & CO.arc inseparably connected with CLOTHES and if vou Voir)''"' to make'YOUR NAME ACHIEVE SOMETHING come to" / JMillejt? St;.,' O NTHONY KORDERNS' Summer' Fashion Book faithfully presents,, every phase of the prevailing Modes, illustrating all that-is new and smart. Write for a copy, posted free'on request. It brings the latest fashions within. reach of everyone-in Australia. Excellence and Economy are assured by i ■ Sons, Ltd. Only Universal Providers, New Palace Emporium. isi any quantity. HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN. very Convenience for Unloading Wheat at our large Up "to-date Shed Wheat received for Storage on Liberal Terms. Gristing Done at Current Rates...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Woods' Great Peppermint Gure, 1/& For .Children's Hacking cough at Night

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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SERVING THE AT FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

The following is a'list of those who .have gone on active service. Anyone knowing of others not on this list would greatly oblige us if they would send any names that: are omitted, as only by this means can a complete list be compiled : W. Alston R. Aldritt J.Aldritt; • S. Attwood . Charles Baker W. J. Baker B. Baxter John Berry Andrew Berry Thos Berry S. Bennett H. Baxter Leslie Bacn V. Bogie F. Brooks P. Byrnes R. Biggs J. Broad Bert. Brown D, Blowes H. Bolder — Bolder F. Bullard H. Buckley C. Beasley ' F. Brophy C. Cox J. Cox E. Carberry D. Carberry S. Carberry C. Christiansen T: Gardew R. Christian T. Call an T. Colan T. Clancy R. Crutch John Clarke J. Christie P. Christie Curry J. Crawford J. Cameron R. C. Campbell E. Dunn H. Dalmain W. Davidson J. Davis H. Dawson (died) J. R. Diggs A. Dawes E. Dawes ' J as. Dean O.Ellis Eric Elderidge Lang Field Aub. Field J no Fin.ch C. Finch H. Foran F. P, Fyfe A. Flavelle S. Mead L. Mill, Gular J. Mill, Gular Walt. McGill, Gular J. McGill, ...

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CHURCH SERVICES Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. Nov 7th—Gilganclva 7 and S h.c., 10.30, 11, 7.30, Breelong- 3.30, Galar gambone 7.30 h.c., 10 c, 11, Bring!e Creek 3, Toortuvsenab 7.30, Oab leigh 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

TRY THIS HOME RECIPE FOR . COUGHS AND COLDS. 1 * SAVES 10/-. By a Qualified Chemist. The following recipe for coughs and colds is used in thousands of homes. It gives quick 'relief from troublesome colds, acts quickly - in clearing the head, promptly eases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves ro/- for your pocket. Into a jug put four tablespeonfuls of sugar or honey, three of treacle, two of vinegar, and a large breakfast- ; cupful of hot water. Stir, then add one bottle of Hean's Essence. Pour into a large clean bott'ie ready for use. .j You now have a pint of the finest family cough and cold remedy obtainable. • It is : equally good for both young and old, contains •no poison or injurious drug of any kind, is svonderfully effective,- keeps good a!way5, and j I is a great money-saver. , j 41 The mixture I make from Hean's Essence is the best and cheapest cough mixture I have ever used."—Mrs. E. Delaney, Cobar, N.S.W. "My experi...

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A HUGE MISTAKE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Lord Basse}', on his return from the DardanelVes, sfcaced he never met an officer,, lpval .or military, who was not of'/ho opinion that the Dar danelles operation was .ah ugh mis take. When the second attempt was ready Gatlipoli was absolutely im pregnabla, We tried our men a: the three least prepared places, and made fearful sacrifices. GfeneraJ Hamilton Appealed for reinforce merits. Egypt was depleted of Aus tralasians. They tried to penetrate the peninsula, but it was utterly im possible to get guns into position for the bombardment. Attack after attack was -made hoping against hope The Government should have realis ed the. futility of the position earlier, and stopped the useless slaughter. The Red Cross depot at Lemnos was fall of supplies, but there was no person in authority to distribute good's.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Mr E. A. Ferguson bas commenced business as a stock ancl station agent at Gulargambone. ' . * * * Mr I. Beavers, •• C.P.S. at Gilgan dra, acted as Clerk of Arraigus at Coon amble Quarter Sessions last week. * Mr S. W. Markham Wills has returned to town, and may be consulted at his rooms as usual. Mr Mills' personal at tention to all dental work is m itself sufficient guarantee. '...=» * * ■Rev. M. Henrv, Presbyterian min uster at Galargambone for the pnst ■live years, l\as resigned. He was rasked to. reconsider the matter, but declined to do so. # -A5 ^ Mr W. H. Leek, the Coonamble .postmaster, bas been appointed as •sistaut returning officer tor the sub division of Coonan^ble, division of the Darling, vice Mr J. II. P. Giles. ■ •* • * Mr and Mrs Jas. Lewis, of Bree long. bave received word that their son who was wounded sit the Dar danelles bas returned to the firing line. * -* ' . * Mr Dan Munro, late licensee of tne Collie Hotel, who bas purchased the Club House Hotel . at Galar,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

FOSS BMEDIATD .SALE ONE NEW FORD MOTOR CAR, just purchased. Pull.through anything* Electric Light, Beautifully Upholstered. Owner in business and wants to seli. Any expert privileged to make a thor ough overhaul. Price, 100 guineas cash. Cost £200 a few weeks ago. Apply in first instance at the office ot' "Gilgandra Weekly." .• WANTED ... THREE SHARE FARMERS. Special inducement to good men. Apply in first instance to this office. whim'; HEAT ! Early Delivery. M. Mcleod & 6ft will give Special High Prices for Early Delivery Wheat I Department of Public Works, „ Dubbo. j TENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of | Petty Sessions at Dubbo and endorsed "Tender for Deadman's Creek Dam," will be received up to noon on Monday,, the 15th November, 1915, for Contract 10-1915-18, Deadman's Creek Dam, near* Mundooran. Plans and Specifications arc to be seen, and forms of tender ob tain^, at the Court House, Gilgandra, nnd District Works Office, Dubbo, and' Police Station, Mundooran. F. J. MOR...

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COO-EES AT LITHGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

..... r— [From our; Spkci^l 11riuitss.knta.tivk]. The 'Ooo-ees' lined up at 9.30 on Monday morning to,bid farewell to the hospitable townspeople of Wal.. lerawang. The roll \no«' totals 160 men. \ The first mile of the journey to Lithgow made warm ' jffeuig up the hill in th,e sunshine, buf good time was made to Marrangarroo, where lunch was prepared on the banks of Middle River. A party of recruits from the Lithgow camp, numbering about 1G0 men, met (jheir Gilgandra comrades here, and ^-were on- their mettle. They presented a fine ap pearauce and marcheu well. When the "Coo-ees' have bee^i uniformed in the dungarees and llats that are ready for them in Lithgow, there will, not be much to choose-between' them, notwithstanding the older hands' extra training. The two con tin gents were paraded and cheers' ! exchanged. ♦ After dinner and a smoke-ho the |road was taken once more, with the, j Lithgow boys in the lead. Dunn's j Corner was reached at 4 p.m., where | a large crowd assemble...

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JOIN THE RANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Who loses his life has made it Greater than ever it seemed, All that he loved and longed for, More than he hoped or di earned. Who gives his life for his country Is he who has learned to live, Giving for you others All that he has to give. ! How shall we show him honour F How shall we render him thanks ? Serve like him for your country, Forward and join the ranks! Withholding your life you lose it, j And most that is precious beside. | liapture of sel'f-surrender, 1 Passionate love and pride. All that our Empire stands for, AH that our arms up/.old, Valor and virtue of manhood Under our Flag enrolled. Take your place with your comrades, Take your life in your hand, Offer it up on the altar Of love for your native land. | This the day of Atonement j For things we have left undone, j 0, God, but the price is heavy, Husband and father and aon. H. J. Varcoe has three new and re liable cars for hire* Careful drivers* Phone 82, day or night. Address-—; Yarcoe's Garage, Gilgandra.

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THE LATE J. L. TREFLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

— I la seconding a vote of condolence, I to be conveyed to Mrs Troll3 and | family on tbe Jam en ted death of the | Hon. J. L. Trefie, moved at the Coun try Press Conference in Sydney last week, Mr J. J. Sullivan (late pro ! prietor of the Ooonarahle "Indepen > cle'it") ra:d a glowing-tribute to the I. worth of the late hon. gentleman, j "Little did I dream,"'he remarked, ; "that on the Sunday a week before ' his death, when he and I were to ! gether at his home, that he was shortly to leave this earth. It , was then he told me of his plan for the ;• future—his broad ideas , to advance | his electorate, his worthy aspirations in regard to his post as Minister' for ! Lands, and his hopes for the .future | of his country, and his noble thoughts I for his family. I knew the Hon. J. j L. as well as any man—probably 1 better. I had fought shoulder to shoulder with him in election cam paign?, travelled with, and knew how | high, how lofty, how noble, were all his aims-and aspirations. ...

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HOTEL HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

HOTEL HOURS. | Ih the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night Mr Holm.au moved consideration- in committee of the whole of the expediency of bring ing in a bill to alter the closing time of licensed premises and clubs, under the Liquor Act of 1912, from 11 o'clock to 10 o'clock at night, to alter the opening and closing time, and the sale of liquor on Christinas Day and Good Friday. Mr Wade moved an amendment to make the closing 1 hour 9 p.m., in accordance with the | recent vote of the House.

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