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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

■ . r BEST 1 i'r'-r • -on:;i" ' ; V. ' P. r= f-Jl'-'S ; : 0:;r can snlciy re-coion. end it to au-.'f-n: who si;(T>:vs v\ ilb throat and c;>. •, complaints."—I. C. Mac Vicar, Co;«, Creek, N.S.W. Making cough mixture a! home with H can's iisseuce is so \vondtTl'ii!iy'eco m.nnioa! and the ni'.Mure you 11•. i» so good, that users promptly rtv . mend Mean's ICs-scnce to s. Every bottle you use . ^ivjc . at. i-. io/- for vo-jr pocket. .Tins. liume-ma(ie Hum's Essence Con;;': Remedy pves instant and comfort my relic? from-all the usual family coughs ami eou'.->. As a gargta for sore throats: it stands a •champion. It is pit.'apunt to lake, is eiiun-lv free from harmful drills, and is always valuable in cases of Asthma,' Bronchitis, Croop and Whooping Cough. > flean's Essence is sold by most chemists and stores/ or post free on receipt of price, 2/-, froui G. W. Hean, 17S Castlereagh Street, Sydney, Be sure and get Mean's Essence and take no substitute. Note how my name is spelt...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

■ To Stand the Season at \ GIIiGANDRA And travel where sufficient iu il'iCi'iiyenI; is offered, the pure bred Clydesdale Stallion. Jewel Crown * 517 e.S.B. I j Bred by Giles Carey, Albury. ' i Foaled October, 1905. Jewel Crown is a dark "bay, stand * ing IV hands with plenty qf bone and hair, holds the Government's life certificate, and has gained the ' following first prizes :—At two-years old first at Albury and Border P. A. and H. Society's annual Show, 1907 ; first prize at Rutherglen and Murray Valley A. and II. Society, 1907 ; first prize at Corowa P. A. and H. Society's Annual Show, 1907 ; first prize at Talangatta A. and P. Show, 19GS, 2nd Gilgandra Carnival 1911 *, 2nd prize Gilgandra Show, 1912 1st prize Gilgandra Carnival 19l2; 2nd prize Dubbo Show, 1913; 2nd prize, 'Gilgandra Show 393,'!; 1st Gilgandra "Carnival, 1913. Sire, Crown Jewel, (imp. N.Z.), g sire Shepherd Lad (imp.) j g g sire Herd Laddie (2863,, G.S.B.), gggsire Jewmie Gray (1454, C.S.B.), gggg sire Lord Lion...

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GILGANDRA LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at the Gilgandra Court House on Tuesday and Wednesday next, when the following business will come on for hearing, viz. NOVEMBER 23rd For Consideration , Daniel Ryan B. McCarthy, h.f. No 361 James Albert Beasley, s.b., 15-1 J. C. Elsom, a.c.p. 15-10 Road Enclosures j R. Walker, h.s. 09-3 Issue of Certfficate R. Walker, h.s. 09-3 Inquiry re Conditions F. A. Semmier, h.s. 09-4 Appraisement of Rent 2nd period E. S. Twigg. c.s. 30685' Reduction of Interest J. Martin, c.ps. 90-53 and 90-213 Variation of Purchase W. and others (Lithgow) s.p. 4418 Conversion of Settlement Lease W. Dawes, c.p. 15-16 Appraisement of Capital Value R. McKenzie, c.p. 13-10 T. H. Walker, h.f. 13-7 NOVEMBER 24th Issue of Certificate A.J. Tighe, c.p. 22-7 R. Moore, c.p. 12-15 E. V, G. Townsend, c.p.l. 09-3 Proposed Transfer H.f. 14-16 Estate late Joseph W. Har.-» rould to G.S. Bailey C.p.l. 10 J. V. Tibbits to C. H, Martin Appraisement of Rent . Andrew Hoskings c.l. 29...

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FROM THE TRENCHES. LETTER FROM PRIVATE ALEX FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

— * — LETTER FROM PRIVATE ALEX FRIEND. -Voicing liis experiences in a letter to Mr. A. J. Lance, of the Railway ■•Hotel, Gilgandra. Private A. J. Friend, of the 3rd reinforcements, I8tli battalion, 5th brigade, under •date ef Sfept. 15th, states that he ar rived in Egypt on Sept. 10th, after a passage of 32 days. The troops dis embarked at Port Suez and entrained to Zictuou, uear Cako. The country traversed during the train journey ^appears to have considerably im pressed the writer. He says "I ■never saw such country in my life— desert for miles with splendid vege table dates and fruit trees of every description, together with acres cn ;acres of cotton. The , country is watered by the Nile. Tha rain-fall, they tell me, only averages a little over an inch annually, and I believe the statement to be true, as the houses here are merely roofed with a bit of mat." Notwithstanding this peculiarity, the land of the Pharoah'e -^contains some splendid buildings ■constructed of bricks made f...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

Australian Hall. Programmes for Saturd Saturday, Nov. JUSTIFIED FIRST STAR FEATURE. F. and A. 1 English Gazette TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items COMEDY She was only COMEDY DRAMA KEYSTONE COMEDY and Hough Palace of sement, COMEDY STAR FEATURE Australian Gazette, No. 252 TOPICAL and CARTOONS OF THE MOMENT The Schemers COMEDY lot her and Wife DKAMA i a a SCENIC sit to Royal Deeside 's Reckless Fling KEYSTONE COMEDY ritennia Rules the Waves of Nephew CARTOON COMEDY PRICES JLS USUAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

I Bffi nr jf t ¥¥W C& AT LOW PRICES At the Economic Emporium The House for Reliable Goods at Moderate Prices Read carefully the list of special prices. Every article worth considerably more than the price asked : Children's Crash Dresses, blue and white piping, size IS to 22, 2s 1 Id White Dresses, blue collars and cuffs, size 18 to 22, special 2s 3d Girls' Crepe Daesses, all colors, sizes IS to 24 3s 9d, 27 to 36 is 6d Boys' Crash Tunics, 2s 6d special Children's Crepe Rompers, all colors, special price 2s Ud Ladies' Jap Crepe Kimonos, spccial price 5s 6d. Ladies' Tussore Silk Blouses, 4lid special ■White Silk Blouses 6s lid Embroidered Voile Costume Lengths, exclusive designs Ms 6d special Striped a<.d Sprig Crepes, 27 inch, 7-id yd Embroideries, Flouncings, Neckwear, Costume Lengths in gaeat variety, all marked at special low prices Sole Agent for the celebrated D. and A. Corsets, unequalled for price and quality, ask to be shewn No. 50 at 3s 6d, and 127at 5s 6...

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The Doings Of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

Only wine inches of v in have been registered at Warren this year. " * * * ' • Hospital Saturday collections at Dubbo totalled upwards of £100. ift . % * Upwards of 40,000 sheep were trucked from the Coouamble station last, week. * * * Coonamble municipality will be lighted by electricity in about six weeks' time. «- * * At Cowra the other day a man was lined £10 and costs for illegally res cuing a horse from the pound. •* * . # . Miss J. Connelly, of Narromine, has commenced her duties as proba tioner in the Warren Hospital. * * * Wheat yields in the vicinity of Trangie are much better than ex pected. 1 * # , *' Things out Bourke vicinity mast be in a very bad way, as the hospital .at that place is on the wrong side^of the ledger to the tune of £2G6 19s 7d. Panda, a crack Mudgee district horse, ran second in the big handi cap at the Orange races on Friday last. ■-» * So far this year only 11 inches of 1 rain have been registered at/ Gulrr- j 'gambone, which is less than half the j ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

gmve no equal i s m) I ; JJ||«V8*gl 'A '.1t.:..r^ Kit [fv* ffiKffRl Wmifm lirlwNll If you are interested in organs we shall be delighted to send you "The Estey Booklet," it fully describes these beautiful ■organs. Write to-night. Easy Terms arranged. 1 p I w H, J. Varcoe has for sale New and Seconhand Cars. If you want to buy a car, or any class of machinery, call ojr. Varcoe. Expert advice costs you. nothing, and saves you pounds., Ad dress—Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

Esanfnim^m Car for Hine YAL. J. SMITH Wishes to inlorm the Public of Gilgandra and Western District generally that he has for Hire . \ eHand Cars '■ / And is prepared to undertake motor trips over any distance Reliable Drivers, with thorough knowledge of Cars. Every care exorcised. ( • > The Usual Terms—la per mile \ Address— Wrigley St. 'Phone-—No. 4, Royal Hofipl. I.X.Lu BAKERY To the Residents of Gilgandra and District Having purchased the above well-known BAKERY lately carried on by Messrs McGREGQR and HOLLO WAY, I trust by strict attention to Business, both in Bread and Pastry, to gain a continuance of the Liberal Patronage extended to the late Firm. P HIS' 12rY"3G*Y' GILGANDRA and o JUUU JlVJJEjJLj jl 9 BATHURST. Telephones—23 Gilgandra ; 78 Batburst Post Office Stores, Gulargambone • F. MacCallum, General Draper & Costamiere. Costumes to Measure a Speciality. I have on hand a good stock, of Ready-made costumes which are going at Remarkably Low Prices. BULLARD BROS....

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FAILING TO DESTROY RABBITS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

At the Coonamble Police Court j last week A. Duncan, manager of Mr i Thomas Jones' Merigal Station, was proceeded ;igainst by the Coonamble P.. P. Board for failing to destroy rabbits. Mr. J. D. Y. Button appeared for the defendant and pleaded guilty. ! He stated that since 9th June, when | the summons had been issued, three I poison carts had been -worked, one j for 19 days and the others for 29 | days, and a considerable number of J robbits had been killed by driving, j trapping, and digging out. About j 1200 acres had also, been cleared-' of j rabbit harbor, so that in many ways j efforts had been inade to cope with j the pest. Under the circumstances I he asked that a light penalty be j imposod. ;; | Mr. H. T. Ivorfl", who appeared for I the prosecution, said that about nine j months had elapsed since the defen dant had been given notice to destroy the rabbits. The iuspector had visited the piece a few. months after and had found that lio. efforts what ever had been made to cope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS ANYONE found Trespassing on the property of the undersigned known as "Arthursleigh.'1 or damaging fencing or grrtes, \vi!i he prosecuted, without re spcrt to persons. All trespassing' stock will he impound ed. ART H U RS L fiIG H R ST A TE. R. Van H E U0 Is LRU M, Manager. West of Scotland Fire, Asoident, etc., insu?anee OffBse • Agent for Gilgandra and District, Mr. JAMES LEWIS, who will transact ai nsurauccbusines

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AN INCIDENT RECALLED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

Ir> is announced from Amsterdam that Lieut. .Baron von Forstrier, one •of the "heroes" of the Zabevn inci dents, was killed in action on August 22 in Poland. He was only 23 years ■of age. The other Zaborn ''hero," Colonel von Reutter, was killed in the battle of Argonne in March last. Lieut, vou Forstoer was the .subal tern whose action in drawing his ■sword on civilians gave risa in '1911 to the notorious Zabern affair, which has given anew adjective to the vo cabulary of the world. Von Forst.ner said to -arecruit that if he stabbed a Wache (the local ex pression for a native of Alsace) he would give him half a sovereign. There were demonstrations by the -civilian?, von Forstner wm sarvonVicI* ed in a sti'eet, and a compu^y <..= sol diers with loaded rifles had to be called out to restore order. About a month later, as von For •strier was going through DeU vveller with his company, he was recognised and hailed v-ith insulting He ■drew Ins sword and cut :i. Uii-; cob b...

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FRIEND OF HIS YOUTH MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S EARLY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

I FRIEND OF HIS YOUTH ! "♦« I MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S EARLY DAYS. Among other features that made memorable the speech of: Mr. Lloyd George at the Trades Congress at Bristol were his moving allusion to the days of his early struggles and. his noble tribute to the kinduess of a, humble friend of his youth:— Believe me, the strongest man in> the world, the strongest cause in the* world, the strongest Empire in the^ worid, cannot do without friends. The people of this country—the ma jority of them—are neither capita lists nor Trade Unionists. You must get them with 3*0a. After the war rher^are things yen can do if you win the hearts of the country that you cannot achieve in generations. The country will want a resettle ment, a reconstruction; it feels in its conscience that things are -wrong, and it will do the right. Do not put the country Mgaiust, organised Labor. 1 Why should I pretend ? 1 was | brought up in a workman's home. There is nothing you can tell me' about the worries and anx...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

MIPS GLADYS T,. aTONTCRlEFP, t!ia gifted young' Australian oporatic .singer, writes:—"I have proved tho value of. H'can's JOssence for preserving the clearness of the voice and overconi ing distressing- effects of a c.-olrl." A bottle,.pf" HEAD'S SSS3SHOK costs only »2/-» and nifilfes t/ne pijit of the„jR.nefs\ Cough ant);£l?hjroat Mixture, as you. can get for 12/- -(xl: ordin^ffi?m^f tures Obtainable from all H3lipbii§8w ana Stores, or from G. W. Hl^ANAXp'rO" nounced H333N), Chemist, 17o Gas tie leas h St., Sydney. 24—15,

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SERVING THE AT FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

The following is a list of those who have gone on active service. Anyone knowing of others not oil'this list would greatly oblige us if they would send $ny names that are omitted, as only by this means can a complete list be compiled : vV. Alston R. Aldritt J. Aldrifcfc S. Attwood Charles Baker W. J. Baker B. Baxter John Berry Andrew Berry ThosBerry S. Bennett H. Baxter Lesl le Baen V. Bogie F. Brooks P. Byrnes R. Biggs J. Broad Bert. Brow?. D, Blovv'cs H. Bolder — Bolder F. Ballard H. Buckley C. Beasley F. Bropby C. Cox J. Cox B. Carberry D. Carberry S. Carberry C. Christian sen T. Cardew R- Christian T. Callan T. Colan T. Clancy K. Crutch John Clarke J. Christie P. Christie Curry J. Crawford J. Cameron' R, C. Oampbel: E. Dunn H. Dalmain W. Davidson J, Davis H. Dawson (died) J. R. Diggs A. Dawes E. Dawes J as. Dean G. El Ms Erie El'deridge Lang Field Aub* Field J no Finch C. Finch H. Fora?i F. P, Fyi'e t A. Plavellc S. Mead L: Mill, Gular ; J. Mill, Gular Walt. McGill, Gular J. McG...

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IS COUNTRY RACING DECADENT? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

The Orauge "Leader" says:—The paucity of entries at a number oi: country racing clubs' fixtures, es pecially in the west, is causing- in some cases the abandonment of the meetings,-and seems to portend that . racing is on the downgrade. The sporting public will not acknowledge that this is owing to the turgid struggle between the liurepeats na tions, pinning their opinion to the belief that the solution of the matter is the small prizes offered. Certain it is'that the majority of clubs- have curtailed their prize list,- owing to the tightness of the money ^ market, but it is patent to all there is a tail ing oil: of about 50 per cent ia the number of horses in training, as com pared with this time last year, when the war was only in its initial stages. Take, for instance, our town of Orange. At this corresponding period of 1914 there were between 60 and 70 racehorses working each morning on the local track. At pre sent a visitor to the course would have a difficulty in counting 25. ...

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BOY COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

BOY COMMITS SUICIDE.' Richard George Hendy, aged 16, was j found dead nsar his father's residence,, at Boinka, Victoria. A magisterial in- \ j quiry was held. It was found that de- ' I ceased died from a gunshot wound in the head, self-in dieted. The boy had evidently attached a string to the shot gun, and a fence, and, holding the bar rel to his head, stepped backwards. Death must have been instantaneous. H. J. Varcoe 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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[?]STORY [?] Berlin [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

1st P lie 1i his 'beautiful flv-white hair, ?d scarcely six side, and weep ^nis. granddaughter. :e him, arid the two "close together, seemed line Greek models struck ffe same die, the one.a little. Faud affected, the other clear jright, with all the blush of its imprint on it, 'The grief of th.e girl touched me 'deeply jdaughter'and. granddaught er of soldiers, her father w*s awny serving on MacMahon's stalY,^;iml the tail-'form of the venerable man lying before her was "calling up in. her mind another picture, not less terrible. /I did my best to reassure her, although I had little hope, for at eighty years on hardly recovers from such 'things. For three days my patient remained in the same motion less and comatose state, and there upon came the news of Reischoffen. You remember how strangely it came. Until evening we all tho aght a- great victory had been achieved, twenty thousand Prussians killed, the Prince Royal taken prisoner. I cannot say by what, miracle, by what maguetic cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

r-'o^',. vv/v.v<> -... «, , ,«■■ m: ■ aj5 •" W^\ mmg^ iA$J LITEST liLUIEif 1BVELIES V; '4?y. in Triiiiiiiecl Millinery, Unfrimmeci Shapes, Panamas, Flowers, and Ribbons* •" ■ •-■ " %?■■■$■■; ■:: ■<■:. « - ' t V./. W ^ '/ SPEOIAL TRIMMINiGL W© iia¥@ just opened the first Sot off cot ^ I .Military Stripe Silk^" incIu.diiBg Na- ■ lei SprM lilliDSFY * wal Brigade, London Scottish, Gordons, and R.A.M.C; These They .comprise- ail the ¥EHY LA TEST GREATilliS in TMeSs, Ready-to-Wears, Washing, Panamas, and Shapes. Military Stripes are playing a -promindiit:'' part in,: the Hew Season's Trimmings We QdrdialBy invite Your Visit Off inspection, ffcsr w&iare confident that we have maintained ©yr putatiesi for-exciusive novelties, and up-to-date styles J. H Federal Stor Where Quality Always Counts i; ten rrn of Mr Jam! last week was^ buried in the Sunday last. x Mx Wade, M.L.'A,., the people should urge the* rnentto take a referendum question of the early clbsii ...

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With the "Coo-ees." FROM TOWN TO TOWN ASHFIELD TO NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

Ik1 *' oBCTa«»irftiJBBgaiABn^o<ar»ecfl«A.iM ASHFIBLD TO NEWTOWN, ' «1. The inarch.of the- Gilgandra men 1 from. Ash field to Sydney will' never be forgotten by those who took part •in it. The men expected a hearty welcome,'but they never anticipated the royal progress the^fiwal stage of ' .the long tramp really was. • Early in the morning the men were breakfasted in the Ash field Town Hall by the residents.' Everybody and everything seemed astir outside the hall,, due-.to the arrival of a de/ tachment of the Arhiy Service Corp,' 300 string, under Captain. Robert son, who will shortly be leaving for the front. ..They made an imposing, show.- The band of the 35th Regi ment, which played the men all the way to Sydney, also paraded hex;e. A little after 8 the Gilgaridra men paraded, and to the skirl of: the pipes , inarched,ont of the drill hall ground on the final stage of their irfarch. "There was much enthusiasm as the band took up the inarching, and the A.S.C. men moved o...

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