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

LATEST WAR NEWS. A great firs raged in Bergen, an important Norwegian seaport on the west coast. Thousands of people lost their homes. A strenuous offensive against Salonica will probably be increa sed by the Bulgarian and German troops. It is stated that the ruirKS win not taKe part in uiu attack, as they will be needed for operations in Asia. Reports from Rome state that the Kaiser underwent an opera tion on Thursday last, which was successful, but . a week must elapse before he is out of danger. Meantime complications are pos sible. An official announcement states that Colonel ^^lmer on January 13 attacked the. Turks at Orah, 25 miles from Rutelmara. After a heavy day -and a long battle the Turks retreated. They are being closely .pressed east and north. . German and Austrian episco pates refused a request by Bel gian bishops to arrange a mixed commission to ' investigate the German atrocities in Belgium.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFF TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

OFF TO THE FRONT. Privates D. Stein and L. Sul livan returned to Sydney on Fri day night after spending their final leave with their parents in Braidwood. Corporal Maxworthy, son of Mr. Maxwortliy, teacher of the public school at Jembai oumbene. who was also on final leave,- left by the same car. Each soldier was presented with a sheepskin vest and writing utensils by the Mayor on behalf of the Recruiting Association.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

PRESENTATIONS. Mr. A. G. Webb .formerly of Charley's Forest, Mongarlowe, teacher of half-time schools in the Jindabyne district, has en listed. Before leaving for camp, Mr. Webb was entertained at a dance by *the residents and pre sented with a gold medal. He was also 'the recipient of a set of military brushes from the ^nem bers of the Cobbin tennis club, while the children and parents gave him a wristlet watch.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING. DARCY OUTPOINTS BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

BOXING. DARCY OUTPOINTS BROWN. Lcs Darcy outpointed George (Knock-out) Brown, the American bom Greek, in every round of their battle at the Stadium on Saturday night. Several times the Australian's advantage was pronounced, at other times it was not so much, but never once, did he sit down for the minute's truce wiin mo zany against mm. Throughout the first ten rounds tlie battle was a stirring one. The engagement became exciting at the moment it began. Two powerful fellows did their best to assume mastery, and they were fighters such as we rarely see. Brown looked like doing some thing serious when, early in the fifth ,he landed a right on Darcy's ear with apparently great force, and returned immediately to drive a powerfftl left to the body. So Jittle effect ,however, did this onslaught have upon the oppos-~ ing boxer that he was able to brace himself up sufficiently to go in and crash a heavy right to tJhe jaw, which, won applause from every section of the house. A succession of ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAJOR'S CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

MAJOR'S CREEK RACES. The Majors' Creek Club suffer ed this year in the matter of no minations from the fact that there is a meeting at Goulburn oh the same day. This accounts for the absence or horses from that place in the entries. Hitherto the on ly obstacle in the way has been the fact that the Moruya annuals followed so closelv on its heels, which operates against horses competing at each meeting. Mr. T. M. Royds's string, for instance, has gone to Moruya. Had they been at Majors' Creek they would have made a lot of difference to the racing. However, there will be sufficient horses taking part in the meeting to make a good day's sport, which is, after all, as much as can be expected in these days of fierce competition. Work on the Nimitybelle to Bombala railway line is now pro ceeding fairly well. One of the steam navvies is at work about five miles out of Bombala. A heat wave is now upon us. The thermometer on Sunday rea ched 96 degrees. Yesterday was another sco cher. To make ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Notes and Notions [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

Sporting Notes and Notions The Maiden Handicap at War wick Farm on Saturday was won easily by Two Blues, wh ostarted i warm -favorite at 6 to '4. Mil ford Lad (1,2. to 1) was second and Bar Unites (5 to 2) third; A, 25 to 1 chance in Contented ups.et a hot pot in the Juvenile Handi cap, Vicacre being backed down to -5 to 2 in a big field. Loimoody (8 to 1) was second and Hem (10 to 1) third. Anolher complete outsider m a.j.i. (tso to i) rom ped horns in the Jumpers' Flat Race, for which Jacoleen was fa forite at 2 to 1. Ennispona ^14 :o X) was second and Ruenault (3 to 1) third. Alco-net (4 to 1) accounted for tho Farm Stakes, Wolmar (33 to 1) being second and Corabar (6 to 1) third. Ten stripped for the Warwick Handicap. Machine Boy was fa vorits at 5 to 1, Kenzil being next in demand at 7 to 2 ; Nthen followed Canute 6 to 1, Miss Sylvanite 10 to 1, 14 to 25 to 1 others. Machino Boy Avon in a canter from Canute, with Value third. Athanic (7 to 2) won the Pace Wultor from Tullia . a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

RED CROSS. Mrs. E. S. Storer, hon. trea surer Red Cross Society, acknow ledges the following donations: — Proceeds of wool, donated by Mrs. Burke, Jinglemoney, 15s. Amount collected for the Red Cross Tobacco Fund by Mss . Doris Brown, Miss Bessie McKayT Miss Nutty Mackellar, and Miss Betty Storer, £2 14s. Every shilling subscribed to this fund will purchase 50 cigarettes and 2oz. tobacco, and each tin will bear a special label with the do nor's name and address.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

Stocktaking SALE! SALE! —AT— The Cut-Price Store FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY, Saturday, 8th January, — TO — ?'?'-. Friday, 21st January. S^^The Whole of my Summer Stock to go at Clearing Prices, Regardless of Cost. YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY AT HALF THE GENERAL RETAIL PRICE. SUMMER DRESS GOODS, BLOU . SES. PANAMA AND READY-TO WEAR HATS. CLOTHING, ETC., ETC. Here are a few hot ones : — Floral Delaines, 4£d ; worth 8d. Floral Muslins, 4d ; worth 8d. Floral Crepes, 4£d ; worth 7£d. Plain Grepes, 6|d; worth 9d. Floral Embroidered Crepes, 9|d ; worth Is 6d. Stripe Crepes, 40in., Is; worth 1/6 Light Ground Prints, 5M ; worth 8|d. '? ' '? ' ??' I: ??_. ? ? All Silk Tussore, Is 2d; worth 1/6 White Pique, 6£d ; worth 9fd. Stripe Voiles, 7d ; worth 10d? And hundreds of other . Dress Lines too numerous to enumerate. Ladies' Muslin Blouses, from Is lid. Striped Voile Blouses at 3s lid. White Jap Silk Blouses at 6s lid. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF A LATE SHIPMENT OF LADIES' PANAMA HATS, Going at Cs 3d, 8s, and 8s lid...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

COMMERCIAL. ' The Australian,^ Mercantile. Land'and Finance Company, Ltd., report : — The Christmas terminated last w.y|:; and auction sales will be rosunfbd in this centre on tlie i7ih -insi, sales being, continued on 18th, 19th ,and 20th, after Avliich tho.ro will be a week's re cess for the Brisbane sales. Dur: ing the week there has been a j fair demand for locallv scours i woojs;|and' we have' placed 30^ bales at figures which compare very favorably with thos'3 current pnor||^f' the recess. This should auguf'well for the, auction sales next week, ou«r sale taking place on Tupsday, 18th inst., when a fair1 'catalogue will be submitted. An announcement of importance has been made during the week by ...the oversea shipping com panies to the effect that to attract more tonnage to this port it has been found necessary to substan tially increase the outward and homeward freights, and from Mon day freight to London on greasy wool will be 1 7-16d per lb, plus lh°h and 2Qo/o war surtax,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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WOOL TRAVELLING DISCONTINUED. JOHN BRIDGE & COMPANY, LIMITED. AVOIDING USELESS EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

WOOL TRAVELLING DISCOX TI1STUED. JOHN BRIDGE & COMPANY, LIMITED. AVOIDING USELESS EXPEN DITURE. There appears to-day an impor tant announcement by John Bridge and Co., Ltd., who have Foreseen that the ever-increasing 'axation, and cost of. labor and material will inevitably result on the raising of the charge for sel ling wool and other products t)f Australian industry. Such a step has already been contemplated, out -tnis nrm nas oeon. and still is, as they have stated in our business columns .strenuously op posed to any such change until all sources of wasteful and need less expenditure have been dis continued. High prices for wool and other products have, for the moment, so the firm say, made it unneces sary for selling agents to seek increased payment for their work, but the abnormally high prices now ruling cannot last for ever, and the firm recognises that the present time presents a fitting opportunity to bring about a re form, the general adoption of which they Ihlave...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 January 1916

g/MEAT PRICES! ALTHOtJ&k the Fat and Store Markets remain on a par with the extreme prices of a couple of .months ago, 1 have Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 P£ R CENT, since opening This is what Opposition has done ! The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL by me. H^PNo Inferior Meat Stocked. * H. GRIGG, fMf* The Cash Butchery, ^SS^ WALLACE ST., BRAIDWOOD. Special Announcement. Now is Your Chance for Xfll AS BARGAINS!1 Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 to 9/6 * ' ; Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carey'e, Pair in Case, from 15/6. ? Good Assortment of Cigarette Holders. ? .: DON'T MISS SEEING OUR ?} . : Xtnas and New Year Cards. : : A Beautiful Variety to choose from - from Id to 2/6. We've some Choice Confectionery, : also all kinds of TOBACCO, CIG AftS, and CIGARETTES on hand. ^ If you want a i FIRST-CLASS HAIR CUT. SHAVE, 1 COOLING J3HAMPOO, ; call at — MATT/ANDERSON'S J Speedwell Hairdressing Saloon ' Wallace SfcreeJ;, Braidwood. q

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

Special Announcement Now is Your Chance for XMAS BARGAINS!? Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 to 9,6 Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carey's, Pair in Case, from 15/6. Good Assortment of Cigarette Holders. DON'T MISS SEEING OUR . : Xmas and NeV Year Cards. : : A Beautiful Variety to choose from from Id to 2/6. We've some Choice Confectionery, also all kinds of TOBACCO, CIG ARS, and CIGARETTES on hand. If you want a FIRST-CLASS HAIR CUT, SHAVb, COOLING SHAMPOO, call at — MATT. ANDERSON'S Speedwell Hairdressing Saloon Wallace Street, Braidwood. MR. ALLEN DOONB. the *£{£££ ?us Irish Singing Comedian, J*«w ^ 'Hean's Essence has conferred 'a bl-: boon upon preachers, teachers v h0 speakers, and singers, and o^Velaxd added to water a»d sweetening ^ duces a pint of reaOy-to-wtoJp fa eaual to 12/- worth. of ordlBWJj^n turef.

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. Adair of Kleve. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

SHOBT SEBIAL STOBY. IJI Adair of jji IJI Kleve. \\\ (Continued). 'To the sweetest girl that ever drew breath. If you weren't so deucedly handsome I'd take you to her house to dinner this even ing — or rather to her aunt's house. My Kathleen is beholden to her aunt for every mothful she eats. That's why she promised to mar ry me — not because she loves me, worse luck 1 But she's honest, the darling, and won't pretend what she dossn'fc feel ; and I'm glad to get her on any terms, I'd like you to know her. I suppoe you're not bespoken yourself by any lucky chance ?' 'Indeed I am. And I hope to be a married man three months from now.' 'Then I'll risk it. in spite of your good looks. You are the ftrst of the family I ever met that I have fait reluctant to lose sight of again directly. Say you'll go with me to Miss Mac Dermott's this evening. That's the aunt. She's Scotch, and a. bit of a terror at times ; but your title will be a passport to her favor.'' Adair had no engagement on hand, ...

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COMPULSION. BILL PASSES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

COMPULSION. BILL PASSES COMMITTEE. The Compulsion Bill has passed the committee stage in the House of Commons. Mr. Bonar Law (Secretary of State for the Colonies) paid a tribute to thie restraint of all sections in dealing with a difli Mr. Asquith has informed a deputation from the Miners' Fe deration that the Cabinet had not intended to apply industrial com pulsion. He promised to re-draft' the bill if necessary to remove lingering suspicions. Mr. Hejhderson, President of the Education 'Board, in a letter to his constituents, defends his con version to compulsion, on the ground of absolute military ne cessity. 'I have not reached this conclusion lightly,' he says, 'but I cannot pit my opinion against Lord Kitchener. There is only one task for all— to win the war.' The Premier of New Zealand said that if the voluntary sys tem failed in the Dominion com pulsion would be adopted. The waterside workers at Port Pii-ie have refused to obey the command of the A.M.A.. at Bro ken Hill to st...

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GALLIPOLI. THE WITHDRAWAL. HOW IT WAS ACCOMPLISHED [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

GALLIPOLI. THE WITHDRAWAL. HOW IT WAS ACCOMPLISHED A medical officer, in a letter on the evacuation of Anzac, said that when the men were toldtJmt the forces were to be withdrawn they behaved splendidly, and went to work with a will to de stroy everything they had to l^fl.vo. hp.hinri Whpii tlif»v finish ed thare tfvvas V.ot one sixpenny worth of stuff left in our gully. Three- fifths of the men embarked on Saturday night without mis hap.- Sunday was the most criti cal time, when those guarding the lines wore removed. We had prepared for larg ecasualties. We started off at 8.30 o'clock in bright moonlight in Indian file through the saps ,the medical staff bring ing up the rear in the event of casualties ,and keeping under the shadow of the- saps. We reached the beach at midnight without loss. The staff work throughout was splendid.' A naval officer aboard a battle ship covering the withdrawal writes : — There were two factors necessary, (1) keeping the ene my in the dairk ; (2) a ca...

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. The response of the country to the Government's call for men has been magnificent, and the conduct of these Australians un der fire the admiration of the civilised world. What those sol will prove a heritage of incalcu lable benefit to our future genera tions, and in addition repays in a measure the. mother country in her hour of need for a protection which has enabled, us to enjoy th-e fullest liberty the world has known. It is to be hoped the country's call for money . will be as successful as was the call for men. Many millions are needed to equip and maintain our troops at least on an equality with the Kaiser's hordes. There are in this country vast supplies of wealth. To holders of this, to great institutions, and to the wage earner, the Government now appeals for subscriptions to the second . Wai' Loan. For the mod est subscriber to a £10 bond, and for the holder of thousands of pounds of inscribed stock, the investment is a good one, and carries interes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

Look After Your Eyesight.! A GREAT many people who hare beeen suffering from headaches, dizziness, and other nervous complaints, seldom realise that all their troubles may be caused through concealed strain on the optic nerves, or de fective vision. To remedy this they have been in the habit of taking drug', in the form of tablets or powders, which may give temporary Telief, but often have a serious effect upon the heart. If you in any way suffer with your nerves or feel a strain after reading, studying, driv ing, etc., do not fail to CONSULT D. DAWSON, Consulting Optician, (Late of English Railway -Department, England), ? It will cost you nothing to have your eyes properly examined, and no glasses trill be advised unless absolutely necessary. To Trappers, &c. HATING received an order for the sup ply of a large qnantity of RABBIT SKINS, I am prepared to buy them IN ANT QUANTITY at PRICES EQUAL TO SYDNEY. I also am a purchaser of HIDES, TAL LOW, SHEEP SKINS, and FOX SKINS in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

Eucalyptus Oil 10. T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QU/VNTITY, -f- and am prepared to place Contracts for Regular Sup plies for any period from 1 to 12 months. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Representing A. J. BED WELL, York Chambers,! Market Street, Sydney. MT Next Buying Day : January 18th, ~WH dnd every fortnight thereafter, at McDonald's Store. Sol. Green, LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. Conjniissions executed on all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING PRICES obtained on all WEEKLY EVENTS IN ANY. STATE. NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS, all communications 7 Receive Prompt Attention. sufficient address- 50^ GREEN, Sydney.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

SPORTING. . The A.J.C. Anniversary meet ing opened on Saturday. The Trial Stakes was won by Kenilera, who started at 6 to 1. Mount Nelson (12 to 1) was second and Machine Boy (5 to 2 favorite) third. A rank outsider in Isle of Skye was the first to catch the judge's eye in the First Nursery, Vaun tress (5 to 1) being second and Lady Syce (4 to 1 favorite) third. Giru, who started favorite at 6 to 4, accounted for the - Centenary S;akes, Flash of Steel (5 to 2) be ing second and Canzone (6 to 1) third. A largo field stripped for the Challenge Stakes. Athenic was favorite at 5 to 1, Trigon being next in demand at 6 to 1 ; then followed Brattle 7, Tullia, Her ringbone, and Rosedeli 10, The Mogul 14, 16 to 50 to 1 others. Nearing the distance Quinn's Post (25 to 1) headed Tullia, and the pair were succeeded by Rose dell, Fend, Brattle, and Athenic. Quinn's Post was not afterwards troubled, and coming on won by a length and a half from Rose dell ,wh ohad Fend at her 'heels. Athenic was c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916

Three Chinese were bailed up at different times in Sydney earl.v on Thursday mornning by three men dressed in soldiers' uniforms.

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