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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

f Co-operative Stores Ltd. Have Just opened a Fine Range of Flannellettes Blousings SummerDressGoods Etc., Etc., i And Ladies & Gents Underclothing Qualify OoosL Low Prices \ - - ■; ■■■•%' ■■<*( it combines Happily with Aerated waters P® somrns In S A Medicinal TONIC BEVERAGE II i I 'n II TO STAND THE SEASON AT EVERTON, GILGANDRA, and travel the immediate district, The Pure Bred Shire Stallion, Sis* Roberts SIR ROBERTS is a thick set bay draught colt, foaled 1-ith November, 1907 (bred by F W. Sallmann, 44 Pine View Estate," stud farm, Kornheim.) ■ Sir Roberts' si;e Chr.rmer (-22,208. E.C.H.S.B. imp.) was purchased by F. W. Sallmann for 1C00 guineas. i CHARMER (22,208.' E.C.H.S.B. imp.) is a splendid shaped dark bay S colt, foaled 1903, bred by John. | Singlehurst, Weldon, Kettering, Eng land, owned. by Rothschild, stands about 17 hands high on grand legs and feet, with plenty of nice bone and hair, and good action. His sire. Royal Bendigo (19,085, E.C.H.S.B.), was...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

RETURN THANKS" MRS. J- FERGUSON AND FAMILY dcsife to return sincere thanks to Dr., nurses, and all friends for their kindness in recent sad bereavement. RETURN THANKS MR. and MRS. W. SMITH, of "Kiora," Collie, desire to thank all friends who sent letters, telegrams, and cards of condolence,' on the occasion of receipt of news of the^dcath of their son, Trooper W. J. Smith, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

KAIMTAY HOTEL, Oppoeite Gilgandra Railway Station A. J. L1HCE, Proprietor. Having purchased.from Mp Jas. Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotel, is prepared to cater for the public according to modern requirements. A M'oderii Hostelry. A Good Table. The Best of Appointments. An ideal family hotel. Lighted throughout with electricity. Splendid stable accommoda tion Nothing will be- spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome old faces.. Pleased to> welcome new. A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. Tattersatl's Hotel, GUgandra, %p®site Post Office. (,Und'Ci' Entirely New Management.) Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above Hostelry> which he will conduct on Up-to-date Lines. All the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and all the appointments are most complete. The Staoling Accommodation the most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commodious...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

A. S. Cairo!! jPHARMACEOTlCAL CHEMIST i Miller St., Gilgandra. Sole Agent, for HEM© : PILJB■ CURB- Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3s Horatio Beveridge, Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR' CONVEYANCER • AND LAND AGENT . TRUST FUNDS TO LEND. A. F. FITZHARBINGE Solicitor, Sic Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys, to Lend oa approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. No Commission. At) descriptions oS hand Business. A CARD. Late of Wellington, Solicitor, Px»octos?, sfcxasi Etc., Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office,- Ellis' Chambers, "Warren Road. Ail Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambonc and outside centres as required. Wolaroi Grammar School,--Grange 3000ft above seryi'eve I Boating and £ay School for Boys ,r , 'f' ' A'sou^'education by highly qualified 8ra<i'Jate stafl to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees; Extensive grounds plendid climat...

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Tooraweenah's Triumph. A Night of Pleasure, Pride, and Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

Mtof Presentations. During the past few years Toora- I weenah has, in the matter of. social functions and public movements, placed many successes to its credit; brit the great patriotic demonstration held there on Friday night last ex ceeded iu its colossal success every thing'previously known' in the his tory of the district. Its distinction in this respect was truly -wonderful, and if ever the people out there de served general congratulation, it should be bestowed on this occasion. It was a gathering unique in char acter, brimful of enjoyment, and marked by intense enthusiasm. Be sides a splendid musical programme (notice of which appears elsewhere in this issue)^ and'-dancing, there were three important features, viz., a pre sentation to Mr. K. K. Stewart, on the eve of his departure from the dis trict in which no man is held in higher esteem, and for which he has worked so hard, the presentation of comforts to ■ some of the Tooraweenah. boys who are going to the front, and re c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

As we are being continually approached with requests to suppress reports of public proceedings—police court in par ticular—we wish it to be clearly under stood that we do not intend to do so, ir respective of person or persons. In a sense, the paper which we publish be longs to the subscribers, who expect to get a fair record of all local public matters

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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RIVERINA CONDITIONS. RAIN DAMAGES CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

RIVERINA CONDITIONS. RAIN" DAMAGES CROPS, ! j With a fall of five inches of rain in October and an absence of the sunshiny days so necessary to the production of sound ears for the wheat, it was not to be expected that the late squall}-, rainy weather could exercise anything but a harm ful effect upon the wheat crops in Riverina (says.the Albury "Banner.") Since our last report there has been a fall of over an inch in Albury, and the accompanying conditions were so disagreeable that some of the crops have been knocked about, and others are showing discoloration. However, the damage is not extensive, and the returns will still be exceptional. In the drier sections of liiverina, where the fall .of rain during the winter and spring was not nearly as heavy as at Albury, the last fall has been the cause of much delight to the farmers, who say the crops have been immensely benefited thereby. Hay making is proceeding in the early districts. The conditions this week resembled earl}r rather ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

* To Stand the Season at GILGANDRA And travel where' sufficient ia ducerj^nt is offered, the pure bred .Clydesdale Stallion. - Jewel Crown 517 C.S.BT Bred by Giles Carey, Albury. Foaled October, 1905. Jewel .Crown is a dark bay, stand-' '> ing 17 hands with plenty of bone . and hair, holds the Government's liTe • certificate, and has gained the following first prizes At two-years , old first at Albury and Border P. A. i and H. Society's annual Show, 1907 first prize at Rutherglen and Murray Valley A', and II. Society, 1907 ; fihst iprize at Corowa P. A. and H. Society's Annual Show, 1907 ; first prize at . Talangatta A. and P. Show, 1908, 2nd Gilgandra Carnival 1911 ; 2nd prize Gilgandra Show, 1912 V 1st prize Gilgandra Carnival 1912; 2nd prize Dubbo Show, 1913 ; 2nd prize, Gilgandra Show 1913; 1st Gilgandra Carnival, 1913. Sire, Crown Jewel (imp. N.Z.), g sire Shepherd Lad (imp.); gg sire . JHerd Laddie (2863, C.S.B.), g g g sire -Jemmie Gray (1454, C.S.B.), gggg sire Lord Lion ...

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TWO MORE FOR THE FIGHTING LINE. TROOPERS BUCKLEY AND FINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

TWO MORE FOR THE FIGHT ING LINE. TROOPERS BUCKLEY AND FIXCB. There w&s a g.ood at ten d an cb . a t the Australian Hall on Thursday night, last, when' Troopers Harold Buckley and J. Pinch, at home on filial leave, were accorded a public farewell prior to sailing for the front to do their bit in the war., It was a pleasant social gathering, nnder the auspices of the Recruiting Associa tion—dancing, singing, and farewell speeches. Dance music, as . nstial, was, gratuitously supplied, and in this respect the Association has to thank Misses Red dan and Nash, and Messrs. T. Nash, Geo. Field, and others. Councillor W. A. Barden (Shire 'President) presided at the presenta tion ceremony. He expressed his pleasure at being present .to, say good-bye to their two soldiers. He did not know either of them person ally. bnt it was sufficient for him to know that they were giving their services to the Empire, at a iime.j when those services are sorely need- j ed. He congratulated them upon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

Australian Ball. The.Palace ©f AiptisemesiL: Programmes for Saturday and Wednesday : Next Saturday, Nov. 13th: The 2nd Commandment STAR FEATURE—Kalem Drama English gazette IV TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items The Athletic Family COMEDY ; At the Streke-sl Fate | DRAMA I Gorges'of the Loup j SCENIC i Hearts-and Planets I KEYSTONE COMEDY . I Egypt, I Want You ' CARTOON ! Sleep, Beautiful Sleep P COMEDY 1 For the. Comfort of their Patrons tte ! PRICES Wednesday, Nov. 17th: Pawns in Same of Life FISST STAR FEATURE. Rex Drama , Australian Gazette TOPICAL ' I Fatty's Chance Acquaintance KEYSTONE COMEDY Picturesque'-' California SCENIC Little tissue in the West 2nd STAR FEATURE... 3000ft of Barker's Drama In High Life' " COMEDY ' ! tgement are Installing Electric,Fans. XJSU1SJL<.

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GULAR'S PATRIOTIC EFFORT. THE CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

GULAR'S PATRIOTIC EFFORT. THE CONTINENTAL. The " Continental " held at Galar gam bone last week in connection with the big patriotic effort was a splendid success, and those associ ated with its management are to be highly congratulated. There was a procession from, the towns headed by the Coonamble District Band, fol lowed by the Oddfellows. Then came the school children in an Al lies displaj', and then followed by boys dressed in scout uniform as., stretcher bearers. Mr D. Win toft gave great assistance with the bag pipes in the march by relieving the band.' The march was under the supervision of Mr Johnson dressed in Highland costume. There were also a couple of comic turnouts. On arrival at the ground, which was a scene of excitement and bustle, a display of fireworks was witnessed. The following items were then ren dered on a platform in front of the grandstand : "Call to Arms," school children ; "The Allies," school child ren ; wand drill, school 'children ; "Khaki Boys," scho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

WATCH THIS SPACE 'V Wis ARE BUSY MARKING OFF A BIG { CONSIGNMENT OF Spring Goods. Something special to show you in CHILDREN'S DRESSES, BLOUSES, LADIES' COSTUMES, KIMNOS, DRESS MATERIALS, EMBROIDERIES, YOILE FLOWERINGS. We cordially invite your inspection. W. C. DEWE, V w JUMUUm W ECONOMIC EMPORIUM, Miller Street, Gilgandra. Phone 52 Phone 52 Massey-Harris Coy., Ltd. WARREN STREET, For Farm Machinery, J. KNAUERH1SE, Local Agent. 'Massey-Harris Cultivator. Massey-Harris Drill. All Kinds of Farm Machinery, Duplicates, etc. Agent fOr the well-Mown Clyde Engineering Co,, of Sydney. w Clyde S.J. Plough, Clyde 3-ton waggon. Information given on ciasscs of machinery. Can supply ChaiT-cuttcrs of any size from the Clyde Engineering Co. Agent for Hornby Oil Engines. Quotations Given. Up-to-date Saddlery W. CREENAUNE Has taken over the business lately carried ducting it as an up-to-date Sadd? C ollai* Making and "A11 ^

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REFERENDUM POSTPONED. STATE PREMIERS MAKE AN OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

STATE PEE MI E RS MAKE AN OFFER. In the. House of Representatives on, .Friday last the Prime Minister announced the postponement of the referendum. He said: "The Pre miers of: the States attending, the Premiers' Conference have sent a communication to me, embodying an • offer in relation to the grant of the increased powers desired by the parry which I have the honor to lead —in short, a grant of powers . upon the condition that the referendunis are postponed. This offer has been considered by the Government, and by members of this party, and the Government has decided to accnpt it, and members of the party have ap proved of its acceptance. I desire for the benefit of the House and the country, in order that the people should know'exactly what the posi tion is, to state very shortly the terms of the offer which are em bodied in the following letter from the Premiers:— ' • Following upon the discussion i which arose at the financial confer ence of tlie. Premier 3 on the occasion of t...

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THE HARVEST. GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME OF HANDLING AND MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

. GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME OF HANDLING- AND MARKETING. Mr Hughes lias outlined the scheme for the handling of the wh~at export. He states that the large wheat-buying firms and the millers have unanimously approved of the scheme, and have agreed to work under it. The Commonwealth and State Governments will control the receiving, financing, shipping and marketing of the wheat export ing States in excess of seed and feed requirements. A,London Board will be appointed, which is to have the co-operation in London of represen tatives of the principal Australian wheat-buying firms. Government agents will be appointed to receive wheat ou behalf of their respective Governments, and will issue certifi cates to store and safeguard it, and to consign it to various shipping ports, and will be responsible for the weight, quality and condition. On receipt of the wheat the Gov- j ernment agent' is to issue a storage certificate, showing' the quantity, and if it is of inferior value it is to be marked. A...

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HARVESTERS' STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

Already the strike germ has ma terialised amongst the harvest hands, and from the Wellington district -comes news of the first strike. At Mr. A. Hubbard's farm, at "Seaton ville," eight men out of 16 on Mon day morning downed tools and inti mated that they would do no more hay-carting unless Mr. Hubbard in creased their wages to'9/ instead of • 8/. The men were working a. nine hour day shift, and in addition to •their pay were given three meals, and two lunch and suioKe breaks. Their demand was refused, and, as theie was plent.y of labor available, their places were immediate! \r tilled. In all probability they will be glad to take the 8/ per dietn, and 'tucker' thrown in, before the season, finishes. H. J. Vareoe has three new and re liable cars for hire. Careful drivers. Phone 82, day or night. Address— Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra.

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"THE CORRECT METHOD." (AS ADVOCATED BY SOME.) [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

(AS ADVOCATED BY SOME.) We will ask you, oh so softly, And sweetly, cap in hand, "Wi'l you kindly deign to offer To assist our native land." For your gentle, shrinking nature, Would be terribly upset, If we ventured to use plainer words, To Mother's little Pet. So we'll coddle you, and flatter, And maybe by and bye, When our men have gone under, We will have another try, To bolster up your courage, Till you're game to lend a hand, To those Lads of ours, now dying For the Honor of our Land. ■So we'll call you'pretty names dear, And we'll all be most polite, And say you're quite a hero, Though you WON'T go out to fight. But whatever name we call you, We know that this is true, You're a shirker, and a traitor, And a coward through and through. —BANDAR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

MAKE TOTJK OWN COUGH MIXTURE AND SAVE MONEY. There is do finer remedy tlian IToan's 'JSssonce for Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Sore Throats, &e. Its good effect is felt immediately. As a family remedy it stands alone because of its goodness and Its money-saving' feature. Two shill ings' rvorth, added to water1 and sweet ening', jwroduces a pint of ready-to-use syrup—as much as you cjpi get of ord inary. mixtures for 12/»* ■" 23—15, %■ j "Tramp, Tramp, The Soys are Marching." Thi^f are marching with KITCHEN'S CO0-EES, but they could not march without BOOTS. Neither can you march to work without boots. The Best Boots are the Cheapest At Garling's you will find the combination of BEST and cheapest. Our advice is Get on the March to Garling's For your boots. Big variety to select from, BIG VALUE, high in Quality, LOW in l-RICE. What more can you wish ? .Inct ArrivoH ...Our shipment of English Drapery, UU&l m rivtsu. ex S.S. Candia." A grand lot of SUMMER DRAPERY, LACES, EMBRO...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

We are' informed that Mr. C. Monk, of '• Linthorpe," Collie dis . trict, has a crop of 200 acres which. j promises well, and from which a'.par ticularly'good yield is expected. May it prove a 10- bagger ■ . • $ « * Mr A. II. McMillan, of "Eiraban," speaking about motor cars, says they can all have their fancies, but- give him a Buick (of coarse he owns one) He adds that in his district they are very popular, many landholders go ing in for them. Mr H. .3. Varcoe, the local agent, has recently placed a number of Buicks in this district, and at the present time has a num ber ou order. " ' • # «• Mr. K. K. Stewart, manager of the JBank of Commerce at Tooraweenah, , who has enlisted for active service, will be relieved of his duties on the 15th. He and his wife will immed iately1 leave for Sydney, where " K. K." will enter training for a com mission. In his departure, Toora weenah loses a splendid citizen, many a man a true friend, and the ■district a gentleman. > j * # # Three of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

A Home from Home • MURRAY'S MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL,, TOORAWEE'NAH Only the Best of Liquors dispensed Comfortj Civility and Cleanliines Under entirely New Management. ——— The Imperial Hotel H. M. LEVY HAS taken over the above Modern Hostelry, which will be con ducted on thoroughly up-to-date lines, and public patronage is solicited. ■ Qualified chef in charge of the Kitchen. Spacious and well-ventilated Bedrooms Eumungerie Hotel. W. R. FISHER Late of "Glenwood," Obley Road, Dubbo BEGS to notify that he has purchased the above hotel. Excellent Accommo dation for travelling public and country people. ALL LIQUORS TRUE TO LABLE Meals a Specialty. Good Stabling. Mr Fisherehas come to stay. The Royal Hotel, Corner of Miller and Bridge Streets, - — — This old established and favorite house continues to cater Tor the pub lic on modern ' lines. Its Rooms. Tables, Bar and general provisions are all described in one word—Cor rect. Fine Commercial and Sample Roon»< MR|. CURRAN, Proprietr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 12 November 1915

STOP I At Wises' Limited. /■ And Inspect our New Season's Range of Right up-to-date Mercery and Clothing* Our VALUES and ASSORTMENT shrewdest of buyer will astonish the Our New High Class Tailoring Dept. is now in full swing and we are already dbing big business with a smart range of Light-weight Suitings suitable for this climate» We guarantee you a smart cut and excellent fit. In short the Last Word in everything pertaining to Men's Wear is to be found AT WISES' LIIMTED. Australian Made Hats and Clothing at Wises' Limited. Gennine Panamas Australian Made Boaters Neckwear Men's Broadways 1/, i/9s i/ii, 2/6 Men's Collars in the leading shapes 5/ 11 and 8/11 doz., or 6d and 9d each Men's Underwear Summer weight shirts or pants from 2/6 to 6/6 Men's Sox In plain fancies 9|d to 2/6d pair Wide or Narrow leaf, genuine 10/6, 15/6, 21/, 27/6 J aps as above illus tratration 10/6 In newest snapes from 4/6, 5/6 and 6/6 Boys' 2/11, 3/11, 4/6 If yw cannot csstll, or Men's Sac Tussore Suits 15/6...

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