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DISTRICT WOOL OFFERINGS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
• DISTRICT YsTOOIj OFFERINGS Catalogues at last Monday's Syd ney wool auctions included a number of district wools. Prices for good wools in many cases oven showed an advance on late figures. Winph corabe, Carbon, Ltd.. sold crossbred fleece from Messrs. W. Lax Willccx and Son, "Beanbah," Coonarnbl.e, at 15jd; fleece from Messrs. T. F. and J. Grills, "Come-by-Chance," at 16d; Messrs. Benzer Bros , Lower Qaam bone, at 12|d; Mi'. II. J. Fisher, .Warren, at il^d; and Mr. S. Stew art, Merig-al, llfd.
THE BUSH BROTHERHOOD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
The annual public'meeting of the Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd ■—better known as the Bush Bro therhood—was held at St James Hall, Sydney. The chair was taken by Mr Justice Harvejr, associated with ■whom on the platform were the Archbishop, Dr"Wright; the Bishop of Bathnrst, the principal, and mem bers of the Brotherhood. There was a good attendance. Dr. Long mentioned that assist ance was necessary if the work of ministering to the people in the vast solitudes of the west was to, con tinue. Here, miles removed from each other, dwelt people who but for the brotherhood would be without religious teaching. The Brotherhood, small as its num bers were, worked, over a huge area ■—'between 30,000 and 40,000 square miles. This country included the great "outback" and portions of " Southern Queensland. The broth ers, undeterred, worked untiringly in the face, of many difficulties. Their numbers, however, were sadly depleted. Nearly all had doffed their clerical robes for khaki. His Grace'...
RECRUITING ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
A meeting of the Gilgandra Re cruiting Association was held in the Australian Ilall on Saturday last, when there were present Cr. W. A. .Barden (president) in the chair, and Messrs. Clark, C. H. Richards, H. Gibson, A. F. Garliug, A. F. Fitz hardinge, G. Rankin, and A. E, Per kins. ' The chairman read the resignation - of Mr. Graham as- secretary, "which was received, on the motion of Messrs. Gai'ling and Clark. Mr. Richards moved, Mr, Garliug seconded, that Mi'. A. H. Miller be appointed to the . position.—Carried. Mr, Garling moved that Mr. T. J. 'N"ash be appointed a member of the Recruiting Association, and a mem ber of the sub-committee to arrange farewell entertainments and presen tations to soldiers on final leave. Seconded by Mr. Clark and carried. It' was decided on the motion of Messrs. Fitzhardinge and Rankin, to establish a membership fee of 2/6 in in connection with, the Association. Mr. Garling moved that at all public entertainments for soldiers held under the auspice...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
j f »: r- .Ho -Stand, the Season at v-^ GIL'GANDRA . 'And travel whei'e sufficient - n.i duceis-ent is offered/ the pure "bred .Clydesdale Stallion. Je wel Cfowh 517 C.S.B. Bred by Giles Carev, Alburv. .Foaled October, 1905. Jew6l Crown is a dark bay, stand ing 17 hands with plenty of' bone and hair, holds the Government's life certificate, and has gained the . following first pr.'zos--:—At. two-years •old firsl at Aibury and Border P.A., and II. Society's annual Show, 1907 ; first prize at. Ilutherglen and Murray 'Valley A. and II. Society, 1907 ; lir^t prize at Corowa P.A. and H. Society's Annual Show, J 907 ; first prize at' Talangatta A. and P. Show, 1908, 2nd Gilgandra Carnival 19i 1 ;'2nd prize Gilgandra Show, 1912 1st prize Gilgandra Carnival 1912; 2nd prize Dubbo Show, 1913; 2nd prize, •Gilgandra Show 1913; 1st Gilgandra. •Carnival, lyl3. Sire, Crown Jewel (imp. N.Z.), g sire Shepherd Lad (imp.) ; g g sire Herd Laddie-(2863, C.S.B.), gggsire Jemmie Gray (1454, C.S.B.), gggg ...
Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
Catholic Church Gilgandra—1st and 2nd Sunday Mass Sand 10 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Gilgandra—-Third- Sunday Mass 7.30 a.m.. Devotions 7.30 p.m. Toorawcenah, third Sunday, Mass 10. a.m. Coonabarabran, fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. B.arndine, fourth Sunday, Mass 10a.m. Mundooran—Every fifth 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. Perliwaiigh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass S a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence oncc a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. Itev. Father Parker
HARVEST WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
HARVEST WAGES.. At meeting of the Temora branch, of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion, a scale of wages for farm labor ers during the harvest was decided upon as follows,.:—Eight shillings per day for ordinary hands, 10s for har vester and bindey drivers, 12s for stackers, and Id per bag for sowers. It was stated that there would be no shortage of farm laborers, as a large number of hands had already applied for work.
EUMUNGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
EUMUNGERIE. \ (From our Correspondent.) Weather—In common with other dis tricts we enjoyed cool weather for a week or more up to \Vcdnesday last. These conditio;,s have helped the late crops wonderfully, though hay making has been slow. A good many, fanners say they cut too early. Iri some cases the second growth is a foot high. Sleeper Cutting—Sleeper cutters on the Dubbo-Duncdoo line are enjoying a little strike at present. At end of last week most of ihcm camc into the depot, at the instigation of so.ne person or per. sons who don't wield.the axe themselves No ; these gentry Jast mentioned arc on a less arduous wicket. They prefer to canter round the camps of workers in stilling the flattering doctrine that £1 a day (which is easily made by efficienj axemen at existing rates) is not a suffi cient wage, Incidentally, the agitators collect half-quids and other subscriptions from the chaps who-slog the axe. A careful observer fails to find any sweat on the brows of the fore-men tion...
£207 FOR A BULLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
'£207 FOR A .BULLOCK. The Jat ox sold some time ago at the JBurnie agricultural show for £120 by the Van Diemail's Land Co. which brpd it, was on Tuesday re sold at the Northern Tasmanian Agricultural Societies show for ;S207. After being exhibited at the © Hobart show the animal will be taken to Victoria. This beast is said to exceed in weight and meas urement the famous English record ox of 1801, from which it is descend-: ed. The V.D.L. Co. brought mem bers of that herd to Tasmania in 1826.
TOORAWEENAH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
(From our Special Representative). Consfcnble Jones left here on Still day last to take up liis duties at Oillargavnbono. His removal came as a surprise to the majority of the people at Toora'weemah. His suc -eessor is Constable Strownix, from Gular. who is well known as a "good sport." 3? * S= The social to be held on Friday •evening next is certain to be a great success. I have been told by some of the relatives of those in camp that the boys-tvill be back on their -final leave. It is.needless to say that they will be well treated during^ their stay in Tooraweenah. The majority ■of'them have been transferred to the 'Light H.orse. «= # ® An examination for employment in the local post office will be held on Nov. 13th. I understand that several youth's are having a shot for the coveted positions. The examin ation is competitive, and all those lads between the ages of 14 and 16 who intend sitting are reminded to have their applications lodged with Mr Moran without further delay. * ■ ...
PREPARING FOR THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
PREPARING FOR THE HAR YBST. Over 700 agricultural machines have passed through Albury by rail from the big "Victorian manufactur ers into the agricultural districts of ITe\v South Wales,since the begin- , ning of August. Their value is giv en at about £60,000. This large import is regarded as the best criter ion of a good harvest.
THE SLEEPER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
THE SLEEPER INDUSTRY. The sleeper cutting industry in this district has been brought to a temporary standstill, owing to the contract entered into with Messrs. Barrie and Hendrieksen, some 12 mouths .ago, having been com plated. The number of sleepers at first con tracted for was 205,000, but was af terwards increased to 213,000, on various contingencies. Owing to the difficulty in accurately estimating the number cut, and to avoid an over-supply, Messrs. Barrie and Hen- j dricksen were granted a month's ex.- ' tension of time by the Department, j which undertook to accept all excess j sleepers during this period atj schedule rates. It was thought that I these terms would be acceptable to ! the men, pending further negotia- J tions. The coastal cutters, howevei, j where contracts were also completed, would irot consent to a renewal un less an increase in price was granted. It is said a 10 per cent advance was" offered; but while this was accept able to the ."western men, cutters on ...
SERGEANT-MAJOR LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
SERGEANT-MAJOR LEE. At Lifchgow Methodist Church on Sunday night at a memorial service, the preacher was Sergeant Major Lee, of the Gilgandra "Coo-ees," who spoke on "The Christian Attit-. ude in War," taking for his text the words "Resist no evil." (Mathew 5.38). He said many misguided pacifists were using this text as a basis for argument that the Chris tian should not enter into war. Working along, the line that war was murder on a large scale, they sought to a^gne that the Christian's attitude should .be one of neutrality. One man had said, 'Imagine Jesus Christ in khaki and the Man of Cal vary in a cavalry charge.' Xjooking at the matter from this standpoint, it seemed impossible for the Chris tian to take part in this campaign. But he, the preacher, would like to paint another picture. There were two sides to every " story. Imagine the Saviour at a seaport town in England and watching Zeppelins dropping »death dealing bombs on defenceless women and children. Would the Man of j...
MAKING UP THEIR PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
MAKING XJP THEIR. PAY. A step iu the right;, direction lias been taken by the Wingadee (Coon am b 1 e) Shi ve Co an oil. Se ve n of the employees have gone to fight, and the Council decided to pay into their credit the difference between the mil itary pay and the wages they used to receive when working on the roads. This will mean a fair amount of: money, but might also mean more men joining. Every niau on return. ' ing will have first choice of a job.
TRUNDLE WHEAT CROP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
TRUHDjLB wheat chop'. There are 70,000 acrcs under crop in the Trundle police disirict. About: 10 percent will be cut for hay. Some crops arc going two tons to the acre. The area to be cut for wheat is esti mated to average 9.i bushels to the acre. Labor is plentiful. The average wages paid to the men is 8s to 10s per day.
PECULIAR INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
PECULIAR INJURY. About five.'years'ago a bullock be longing to a Richmond River farmer became entangled in a wire fence, and a piece of the wire pierced the fleshy part of one of its legs. The bullock was held fast for some time, and in its efforts to release itself the wire became twisted and eventually broke. Recently the animal broke its neck through falling over a fence, and an examination revealed that daring the five years the bone grew round the wire. The bone has the appearance ot' being drilled, and the wire inserted. Although depastured on good country the bullock never fattened, due no doubt to pain caused by the wire.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
A.S.Gars*oH pharmMutical chemist : ■Miller St., Gilganclra. Sole Agent for HEMO PILE CURE. Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3s Horatio Beveridge, . Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR CONVEYANCER AND LAND'AGENT TRUST FUNDS TO LEND. A. F. FITZHARDINGE Solicitor, Sic Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend on approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. No Commission.' All dfiswiptiionr* of Land Business. A CARD. «*• ^ _ "V.; «X. KEI&lt;IjY Late of Wellington, Solicitor, Proctor, £Mra«3L Attorney, Etc., Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office, Ellis' Chambers, "Warren Road. / All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambone and, outside centres as required. ■ , v lolaroi Grammar School, Orange 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day School for Boys A sound education by highly qualified graduate stall to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grou...
AN INTERESTING CASE. BERIDA PASTORAL CO. v WHITEMAN BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915
M INTERESTING CASE. BE RID A PASTORAL. GO: v WHITEMAN BEDS. A case which aroused a good deal! of interest and argument eventuated^ at the local Police Court on Thurs day last, before Mr A. R. Perry,. P.M., when the above company pro ceeded against Messrs. James and •Philip Whitemau, for entering' the enclosed lands of the company to. wit : Improvement Lease No. 1460> at Berida. Mr A. F. Mta-hardinge appeared for the complainant, and Mr V. J. Kelly appeared for the-de fendants. At the opening of che case Mr Kelly pointed out that the information was bad, as it disclosed no offence known to vhe law,, which objection the P.M. upheld. Mr.. Kelly subsequently waived this ob jection. and complainant's case was. theu entered upon. Both witnesses, called in support of information ad mitted under cross examination by defendants' attorney that several i roads wnrri enclosed within the sab-, ject improvement lease. On the close o!.! complaina nt's case, Mr Kelly submitted that the informati...