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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
jiy MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Markets remain on a par with the extrerre prices of a couple of months ago, 1 have Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 PER CENT. since opening This is what Opposition has done ! The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL by me. H^^No Inferior Meat Stocked. H. GR1GG, flgr The Cash Butchery, 43^ WALLACE ST., BRAIDWOOD.
THE GERMAN BRAGGART. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
THE GERMAN BRAGGART. An Amsterdam message says that King Ferdinand, toasting the German Emperor at a ban quet in Nish on the 18th, conclu ded :— 'Hail, Emperor, Caesar, and King. Thou art the victor and glorious. In ancient Nish all peoples in the east salute thee as a redeemer, bringing the op pressed prosperity and salvation.' The Emperor, replying' to the wast, said: 'We have been chal lenged by our enemies, who have endangered the kultur of the whole of Europe. We have had a hard fight ,which has- spread further. Under King Ferdinand °t Bulgaria we have added one sublime leap to glory— another with God's gracious help. Great Jj8 have been accomplished. v»ith the firmest confidence we Pursue our aim.' filing for the Drummoyne seat on Saturday placed. Graff (selected wjeral) at . the head of the poll ju-l, Parish being next with .1392.. *«nell third with 1152 ; the other three only polled a small vote, ^second ballot between Graff JH ^'lsh wUl be necessary. This Ml1 be take.ii on ...
THE B.M.A. AGAIN. ANOTHER STRIKE THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
THE B.M.A. AGAIX. ANOTHER STRIKE THREAT ENED. The scheme of the New South Wales Education Department for extending the scope of the ar rangements for caring for the health of schoolchildren by en gaging doctors to treat pupils at the Public schools is mooting with vigorous opposition from r.ne tfritisn Medical Association. The Association appeals to its members not to accept any of the appointments as medical offi cers, opthalmic surgeon, nose, ear, and throat surgeon, physician under the Department of Public Instruction .now being advertis ed, unless the Government gives sufficient guarantees that the treatment of the school children will be confined to those whoso, parents are unable to afford or pay for medical attendance of the kind indicated, an! that the rights of private medical prac titioners will be preserved. Mr. Arthur Griffith, Minister for Education, when asked for a statement in connection with the impending trouble, said that offi cially the department had , no cognis...
Braidwood Police Court. MONDAY. Before Messrs. Harris and Kemp, Js.P.). Sarise of Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
Braidwood Police Court. MONDAY. /Before Messrs. Harris and Kemp, 1 Js.P.). Seriso of . Charges. William Chuchin was charged with being drunk in Wallace street on Sunday afternoon. . He pleaded guilty, and was fined £1 or seven days' gaol. The same defendant pleaded ?niilty also to being on the pre mises of the Courthouse Hotel during prohibited hours. He was j t»i ny cairn n Have' trnnl The same defendant was char ged with assaulting Constable Cul shaw in the execution of his duty. He pleaded guilty. The ar resting constable said when he went to arrest accused near the Courthouse Hotel he hauled off and struck him in the face. Inspector Saunders said there was a list of 17 previous . convic tions against the accused. Twice he had been fined £10 for bad assaults. He had also been bound over to keep the peace for 12 months, and -had broken his bond, but the P.M. had recommended that the penalty be nflt enforced; Defendant was fined £3 or six weeks' hard labor in Goulburn gaol. There w...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. A GOOD WORD FOR THE OLD PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
LOCAL AND GENERAL. A GOOD WORD FOR THE OLD PLACE. Mr. W. E. A. Byrne, former ly of Krawarree, writing from ALLandale, says :— 'As bad as the old district is painted it is the best spot in N.S.W., year in and year out. It is the best spot for all classes of farming. Braid Avood should be humming with the rattle of the farmers' and dairymen's carts, and I for one would jump at the chance of supplanting the sheep and cat tle which now occupy its best lands. Any district that will grow' crops should not be a tramping park for cattle. If this land is good enough to fatten bullocks, it is quite time the dairymen had cows upon it. Some day the Government will drive the grazing king back to make room for men who will put the land to a far better purpose.' So mote it be 1
PUBLICANS AND THE BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
PUBLICANS AND THE BOARD OF HEALTH. The local publicans . received quite a shock last week. At about 2 o'clock they were summoned to attend a meeting of the Licensing Court at 2.30 the same afternoon without being vouchsafed any in formation as to what it was all about. When the court met they were ..informed bv the Licensine Inspector, per medium of a leng thy report, that they were requir ed to carry out a long list of re commendations in accordance with the new Board of Health regula tions. Amongst others -, these re quirements included the demoli tion of old stables and the erec tion of new ones, thf} ^provision of a slop cart to carry away waste water, the provision of box win dows in lieu of the present ones, and the provision of more air space in. the bedrooms. These, Bung was informed, he must ei ther carry out or his license would be objected to at the next m court for its renewal. They ' were given no option in the mat ter — the revolver was presented at their heads, and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
I DENTISTRY. j ft. N. BULL, [ Surgeon Dentist, ! Koorali,' Duncan-st. W est, Braidwood. HOUBS ? 9 a-m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m. H to 1 p.m.; Sundays and Holidays by appointment only. ARALUEN visited third Tuesday and Wed nesday of each month. NKLLIGEN : December 7th, 8th, 9th. Krawarree, Captain's Flat, Jerange, and Nerriga visited Quarterly. ~~ LEGAL. E. J. ROACH, SOLICITOR, # A IS now carrying on the business -* the LATE W. L. FELL, of Braid*ood under the style of FELL, MANNING AND ROACH. OFFICE : Literary Institute Buildings. ALL COURTS ATTENDED. Advances arranged on Approved Securities Loral Agent South British Insurance Co. Telephone 47. DENTIST John Wintle, E.D.S., ILL-FITTING- PLATES RE-MODELLED FILLINGS, REPAIRS, &c. PRESS NOTICE. ? + ? ; ? WE cordially invite correspondence frorc our friends throughout the District upon all matters of public or local, interest. We desire to make this. paper a reliable and complete record of all district news. All contributions, h...
THURSDAY'S RECRUITING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
THURSDAY'S RECRUITING MEETING. ? Tlw speeches at last Thursday ? night's recruiting meeting in ? Brafchrood were distinguished Ijiiieily by their aggressive tone. J ^y consisted of a curious mix ture of persuasion and threatcn 1;uS- Sergeant Cross was parti cularly militant. He declared most emphatically that if 'Mho young men do not voluntarily cn iw they will be conscripted. Not satisfied with making this dclib * 'ra1 1? statement, he painted a most depressing word picture of the life- long ignominy which will be the lot of those who are drag ged to the front. According to this gentleman the finger of scorn will always be pointed at them as cowards who failed their coun try in its hour of need. The fair sex will have nothing to do with them, and they will be socially ostracised. He went so far as to say that the men who had volunteered would refuse to either fight or associate with them, and that it would be necessary to draft them into distinctive units. In .fact, they will hence...
RECRUITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
RECRUITING. In addition to the enlistments nnmediately following Sergeant Cross's meeting on Thursday night the following have enlisted : — Messrs. C. Green (town clerk), H. Maclean (school teacher), and A. Clarke. The latter was rejected for active service, and the exami nation of the two former was de rerrea. Of those who enlisted on Thurs day night the following have pas sed the msdical test : Messrs. S. L. Turnbull, B. Lane, G. A. Grif fiths, Q. Stalker, while F. Davis passed for the Army Medical Corps. Dax Allen and Callen failed to pass the medical test, while the examination of the oth ers has not b?en completed by,, Captain Beatty, A.A.M.C.R., who conducted all the examinations. Mr. Hart, of Mongarlowe, has al so enlisted and passed. Intending recruits are reques ted to go to the Sergeant of the local polic? force as soon as pos sible. The medical examination will be made at the Court House, Braidwood, on every week day at 3 p.m., and on Saturdays at 2 p.m. In special cases-...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
COMMERCIAL. The Australian, Mercantile Land and Finance Company, Ltd, report :— ' After a month's v recess for Christmas, auctions 'were ro.suin ed on Monday, the quantity to h offered for the week being ljmj. ted to -35,000 bales. During the interval miorai.inns in t.lm n™» facturing. centres have hardened. and this was unmistakably reflec ted at our sale on January 18, notwithstanding the increased cost wools now being purchased ave subject to, greasy freights having advanced in round figures to Hd per lb, or an increase of 3-8d; and insurance by the Canal from £2 per cent, to £5 per cent. We found the market as follows :- Good superior merinos 5 per cent., above closing December par ity, and' 'medium to good descrip tions 10 per cent, higher. This was ver y noticeable when good skirtings and bellies were sub mitted. Faulty wools were also in better request ,and sIioav some improvement. Of Xbred descrip tions no superior parcels have so far been submitted, but me' dium and burr yd...
THE RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
THE RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. The general livening up in the enlistment throughout the State since December 1 is no doubt due to the effective organising work done by the officers tinder the control of the State Recruiting Committee, as * well as to the Prime Minister's direct appeal to mr-n nf niilit.a.rv a«rn Sinnr- Tin. cember 1 9980 men have been en rolled, 220 more have been. sworn in and are on the road in the route marches, and 1000 more have replied asserting their wil lingness to go when officially in formed that they are required, ers has no tbeen completed by Mr. Catts says : 'This means that the State has, since December 1, provided the whole of the Spate's proportion of the new army, the full complement of reinforcements for it, the full complement of re inforcements for existing troops, and sufficient men to reinforce the headquarters staffs in both cases. The' Premier has placed every facility possible at the disposal of the committee.' The monthly gold escort left Braidwo...
STRONG DEMAND FOR STORE SHEEP. BIG "JOHN BRIDGE" SALES. RECORD RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 25 January 1916
STRONG DEMAND FOE STORE SHEEP. BIG 'JOHN BRIDGE' SALES. RECORD RESULTS. The recent general rains in the north-west have invested the market with unwonted activity, and we learn that Messrs. John Bridge arid Co. have, during the last six weeks ^eROsed of no less tli.an 67,139 sheep- and lambs, which realised the ^fine ; aggregate of £66,379, or an average of 19s \-a per (iieaa. an is, tne nrm opines, is in the nature of a re cord ,having regard to the extent ? of the figures on which tine ave rage is based. We understand that the demand for this class of stock is an eager one, and every likely lot is eagerly snapped up.