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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 30 November 1915

Land Board. The following cases have been set down for hearing at the forth coming Land Board meeting in Braidwood : — THURSDAY, DEC. 9. R. Crowley, 640a A.L. F. JtfcGrath, 230a Cn.L. A. J. Temple, 760a Cn.L. J. B. McNamara, 760a Cn.L. G. Taylor, 760a Cn.L. H. Hawke and J. S. Temple, Crown Lease, conflicting. A. E. Webb and R. C. Webb, Crown Lease, conflicting. A. M. White, 60a S.L. A. Atkins, 5|a S.L. M. J. Currie, 18a S.L., J. H. Stephens, 10a S.L., and J. H. Booth, 20a S.L., conflicting. W .H. Williams, to reside off a holding. W. A. Shiel, to enclose roads. P. Naughton, to erect a give and-take fence. A. and A. R. Warren (adm. es tate late H. Warren), appraise ment of rent. E. Hilly, 40a O.C.P., inquiry as to compliance with conditions. W. G. Griffin, senr., 84f a O.C.P., do. W .C. Rolfe, 40a O.C.P., do. FRIDAY, DEC. 10. B. McGrath, 445a Crown L. H. J. Pasfield, 1170a Crown L. E. Kelly, 445a Crown L. W. V. Smith, 850a Crown L. A. English, 2410a Crown L. J. Watt,, junr., 120a A.C...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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CATHOLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 30 November 1915

CATHOLIC SCHOOL. We understand that it is the intention of the Catholics of Braid wood to proceed with the erection of the mew primary school buil dings, and .the foundation stone will be ? laid early next year. The plans are now in course of pre paration. The i work 'Would have. been well under way ere this but for the war. Father Kelleher in forms us that he has had expert advice that the cost of building will be considerably dearer after the war than it is now, owing to the demand that will then be set in for labor and materials, and he has been advised to get a move on if he desires to avoid the crush. A child from Nelligen was ad mitted to the Braidwood Hospital on Staurday suffering from diph theria. This disease, as far as Braidwood is concerned, has ap parently-been stamped out. There hasn't been a case for some months. Mr. A. Griggs, of Warn, one of whose eyes was damaged three weeks ago by some carbide get tmg into it which he was using for whitewashing a house, left for S...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

WAR NEWS. The Austrian Ministers of the Interior, Commerce, and Finance have resigned. The financial con dition of Austria-Hungary is said to be most serious. It is reported that Greece has notified the Allies that ihe de m;vnrls flia.t. -'rTV-r-r-p tsliniilri pvapii. ate Salonica and the Allies as sume surveillance of the coast are not acceptable. The 'Corriere della Sera' (Mil an) says the Russians have inva ded Bukovina. The Germans have withdrawn large forces from Bulgaria and Servia to meet the Russian offen sive in Galicia and Bukovina. There is intense artillery ac tivity at various points on the western front. Anglo-French artillery cast of Boesinghe (four miles north-west of Ypres) inflicted important damage on the enemy's defences. After two days' fighting south of Lake Van (Turkish Armenia) the Turks were driven out of two fortified positions. They are now in full flight westward. In , the French Chamber of Depu .tiss General Gallieni, the Minis ter for War, urged the cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

Attention, Ladies ! READY-TO-WEAR HATS in Latest Style, just to hand, at R. M. HIGGINS'S 'Commercial Stores. Untriniined Velvet Hats. lleady-to-Wear Felt Hats. Special Value in Coats, Skirts,, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery, Serviceable House Blouses. Ladies' Coats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. in© very *£^§£&&k@ 7wm^SS^^ New 9iiq Lowest tP*$§J IiPhIf Stylish v Prices. Goods. AWAITING YOUR KIND INSPECTION. R. M. HIGGINS, tu THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. ?Phone 11: ! How is this for a Record P ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW, 1915. CALD WELL'S FAMOUS WINES WERE AWARDED ONE CHAMPION AND GOLD MEDAL ONE SECOND TO CHAMPION (out of six honors awarded in this class) SIX FIRST PRIZES ONE CERTIFICATE OF MERIT (Highly Commended) FOR - Ports, Hocks, Sherries, Clarets ALSO SPECIAL PRIZE FOR Most Successful Exhibitor. 9 EXHIBITS secured 9 AWARDS. ' (We exhibited only one entry in each Cla§a.) WT ASK FOR THESE PRIZE WINNERS. (?Stocked by all Leading Ho...

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HUGE GERMAN LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

HUGE GERMAN LOSSES. Mr. Warnor Allen, representative of the British press Avith the French Army, has estimated the Grcrman losses to the end of Oc tober. 1915, at four and a half million on all fronts, of which '?.lire;? millions are dead, prisoners, and soldiers permanently disab ed. The casualties now tofai 300,000 a month, of which one- , third is able to return to the front. Germany will be compel led to raise the age limit for mili tary service above 45 years. Al ready a secret circular has becji been issued to the authorities to register men from 46 to 50. The army doctors are hoav passing as . fit for active service men 'with | one eye, jlame, hunchbacks, suf- . ferors from (ulji.-n u'o ;is. and Jteart ; disease. - .

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THE TRICKS OF A SPY. GHASTLY STORY OF DEAD MAN'S DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

THE TRICKS OF A SPY. GHASTLY STORY OF DEAD MAN'S DOUBLE. The depravity of the German mind has become proverbial, and in no way has it been so vividly exemplified as in the stories which continue to percolate through regarding their methods of espionage. One of the most deals with the experiences of a certain Captain Belmont, who had been . wounded in an action in the Champagne country, and died soon afterwards. After his demise his clothing was search - ?d, and a letter which was found addressed to his wife was duly forwarded, with the result that she was able to reach the hos pital where the body lay before it was placed in the coffin. The dead officer's face had been verribly mutilated, and the nur sing sister managed to persuade 'he grief-stricken widow not to insist on seeing it, so that she might retain in memory the fea tures of her dead hero as she re membered them. Then comes the strange part of the ghoulish story. According to a correspondent of 'The Standard,' Mmo. Belmont...

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THE NELLIGEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

THE NELLIGEN MAIL. The Secretary, P.M.G.'s Depart ment, advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — With ref erence to the representations made by you in presenting a pe tition from Mr. P. H. Dowell and Dr. H. R. Beatty, of Braidwood, and other residents of the dis tricts sp.vvpH lw flip ?Rrniriwnnrf- Nelligrui mail service, respecting the desire that the service- men tioned be not reduced in frequen cy, I beg to inform you that in quiry has been made and the re port furnished from the Deputy 1\M.G-.. Sydneyv indicating that as the lowest tender received in response to the first call for the performance of the service in question from 1st January next was considerably in excess of the revenue derived from the service, it was decided to decline the tender and invite fresh ones for the existing frequency (three times a week), tenderers to state a separate price for a twice n week service. Fresh tenders have been -received, and the . raat 1«r is at present in the hands of the Tender...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

COMMERCIAL. The Australian, . Mercantile, Land and Finance Company, Ltd., report : — Wool.— A very buoyant market for free or practically free cross^ breds and merinos in similar condition ruled at the last 'Syd ney sales. The wools offered formed a very attractive' selec tion, including some of the State's most attractive clips, and extreme prices Vhave been forth coming, up to 20d being paid for merino, this figure exceeding the record of the memorable boom year of 1899. Crossbred wools also commanded extreme values, up to 19d being paid for such. American buyers at the present time are taking an important part in operations., and Iargr-. quantities of wool are finding their destination in the 'States. ?-»?'? 1 Crossbred wools are being bought freely on behalf of the French Government, the best lots being most suited for their require ments. It was noticeable during the week that there was more competition on burry crossbreds, and as these wools have been sel ling indifferently fo...

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MORE DISCLOSURES. GERMANY'S ANTE-WAR PLOTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

MORE DISCLOSURES. GERMANY'S ANTE-WAR PLOTTING. Sensational disclosures were made by Dr. Karl Bucnz, manag ing director of the Hamburg- Amc- rika Company, when examined in the inquiry in New York into the charge of conspiracy against the company in outfitting stea German warships in the Atlan tic and Pacific. Buenz admitted that full in structions had been issued by Berlin a year before the war broke out telling- him how to se cure neutral vessels to supply German warships if the British Navy held the sea communica tions. The Hamburg- Amerika line had a' private agreement with the German Government in this regard, and had received a mil lion dollars (£200,000) since the Avar began direct from Berlin to enable it to carry. ^ out its agree ment. Captain Boy-Ed, Attache to the German Embassy, had, the wit ness asserted, iacted ias interme diary, and the German Embassy at Washington was fully cogni sant of every detail of the con spiracy. All documents were handed to it for transmission ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

Messrs. David Mitchell and Co:,:-Ltdi, are giving away over £100 iif cash prizes to those who send in the greatest number of coupons which are attached to tins, packets and bottles of Good Shot Baking Powder, Feather Self- Raising Flour, Sip Coffee, and Blue Label Tomato Sauce. This competition is for the purpose of popularising these high-grade foods, all of which are made in Australia by Austra lians. The competition ends on December 31st, l9lo, by which date the coupons must be posted to David Mitchell and Co., Ltd., 153 Clarence Street, Sydney. The large tins of Good Slwt Baking Pow der and Sip Coffee each have two coupons attached, and the small tins one coupon. Feather Flour and Blue Label Tomato Sauce each have one coupon attached. This paper urges : readers to ask for and insist upon getting these goods, which are of the highest excellence. We think every prominence should be given to such splendid foods of Australian manufacture. The first prize is £15 15s ; second prize, £...

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THE POLICE FORCE. PENSIONERS TO BE REAPPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

THE POLICE FORCE. PENSIONERS TO BE RE APPOINTED. Owing to the large number of police at present absent on mili tary duties, the Chief Secretary (Mr. Black), acting on the advice of the Inspector-General of Po lice (Mr. James Mitchell) lias decided to supplement the police fmv.fi bv eneracrine: and placing1 on duty ex-polics constables at present on pension up to the rank of seirgeant (provided they are. physically fit), and to grant them the pay their leaving rank entit led them to in addition to the pension they are at present draw ing. They will be employed on in side duty, thus relieving active men for street duty. One hundred and fifty men are now: at the front, besides which there are nearly 50 vacancies that the authorities have been unable to fill- Consequently 200 or more men wiU be required.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

Sol. Green, LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. Commissions e'xecuted~tm all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING -PRICES obtained on ail WEEKLY EVENTS IN ANY STATE. NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS, all. communications ' Receive Prompt Attention. sdfficieot addkess- S0L GREEN, Sydney. (femriiiMtb^38anfeot3ustmKa ' BEAD OFFICE SYDNEY &?ann General Banking: Business pri'£&u CITIES and TOWNS Of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, end drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts' opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advance! made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department BRANCHES in the chief centre! and AGENCIES at'over i/-'fiasir 255o|£a™» £rH£-3% INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL. Savings Bank Facilities JAMES KKLL, Dqraty GoTtrnor. Skim, 1925 . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

_ Oniy ° ff\. DiSTILLEDJi \ Only Bottled in HOLLAND' I The iiiawarra and South Coast Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. The Steamers EDEN and BER MAG-UI (weather and other cir cumstances permitting) will main tain a regular Passenger and Cargo Service as under :— Sydney to Nelligen, Thursdays. Nelligcn to Sydney, Saturdays. D. J. SIM, General Manager. LOCAL AGENTS: Louis Bros., Braidwood; F. White, Nelligen. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MAJOR'S CREEK THE BLOOD HORSE MORAY. HE ie a handsome black, standing 15.2 hands high, and possesses plenty of bone and muscle. He is by Lochiel (36) out oE Sunshade, and was bred by Mr. A. Tbom* eon, Upper Orarra, North Coast. Lochiel by Prince Charlie out -of JN'ellie Moore (imp.). Prince Charlie by Blair Athol by Stock well out of Eastern Princess by Surplice. Kellie Moore by Voltigeur out of Pickle by Dundee by Lord of the Isles by Touchstone. - Moray's dam Sunshade by Grand Flaneur out of Parapiuie. Grand Flaneur by Yatten . den by Sir Hercules by Cap-a-Pie ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. RECRUITING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ? * ? RECRUITING ASSOCIATION. The following donations have been received by the treasurer : F. Dowell, £1 Is ; H. Brooks, £1; P. Coffoy (Mayoral allowance) £5; -. T. C. Musgirave, £1 Is ; R. C. Ad dison, 10s 6d ;. S. Fletcher, 10s; Mark McGrath, 10s ; J. Gosling, 5s ; M. Anderson, senr., 5s ; C. St. Glair, 5s ; F. McGrath, 2s 6d ; M. Ellison, 2s 6d ; — Ibbetson, 2s; W. Seale, 10s 6d ; .C. B. Maddrell, £1 Is ; S. G. Tate, £1 ; R. J. C. Maddrell, junr., £1 Is ; B. P. P. Kemp, 10s ; D. Strang, 2s 6d ; Jas. McGrath, 10s ; P. F. Mul lens, 2s ; Rev. T. G. Kelleher, 10s 6d ; Sergt. Colmer, 5s ; W. Elli , son, 2s 6d ; W. J. McKay, 5s ; P. McCaffrey, 2s 6d ; J. Lowe, 5s ; J. Mulligan, 2s 6d ; W. Miller, 2s Gd ; R. G. Hassall, £1 ; T. Draper, 10s ; 'Bushwhacker,' 2s 6d ; T. McGrath, 2s 6d ; W. G. Temple, 10s. ?

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Prom Our Correspondent.] SYDNEY. - Monday, 5 p.m. Damage by fire at the Austra ia Hotel is estimated at £25,000. Et is fully covered by insurance. The Minister for Public Health states that reports show that the baby clinics are doing* good work, n is proposed to extend the sys 'em to several large country 'owns. The hospital ship Karoo la ar rived this morning with 221 sick nnd wounded. Seventeen from his State were carried off the -ship on stretchers, while there were three cot cases for Queens land. \ During the week ended Nov. 27th 17,962 acres were selected as original holdings by 19 new settlers under the Crown Lands and Closer Settlement Acts. A street collection for the Syd ney City' Mission on Saturday re sulted in £686 being secured. Further amounts have to be re ceived. LATEST WAR NEWS. Eoumania will commandeer all steamers and other craft in Rou manian waters belonging to for eigners. The British forces in Mesopo tamia are retiring to Kutel Am ?ira. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

Have an .^^H* Eye to w^R' Economy. B ^m CONSERVE YOUR RESOURCES. Save on Clothes— Good Clothes; Perfect-fitting Clothes. My 37/6 Ready-to-Wear Suit. You see, it means TWO SUITS for the PRICE OF ONE. I am also offering— Men's Fashion. Shirts at 2s 9d. Men's Mercerised Shirts, Is lid. Men's Galatea Working Shirts, as 6d. Men's Summer Singlets, Is lid. Men's Underpants, ls^lld. Men's Socks, 6d, 9d, Is 3d pair. Men's Neckties,. 6d to Is 6d each. Also Gents' Felt Hats in all the latest lounge styles from 3s 6d up. All my Stock is Absolutely NEW. Call and See for yourself. michaeiTtaffaha, THE CHEAP STORES, BRAIDWOOD. jgjPMEAT PRICES! A LTHOUG-H the Fat and Store Markets juL remain on a par with the extreme 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. flj^'No Inferior Meat Stocked. H. GRIGG, mfr The Cash Butchery, tUSftjr WA...

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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

Moon's Phabe. Full Moon, 21st December. For the cause that Irfcks assistance ; For the wrongs that need resistance ; For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

DENTISTRY. R. N. BULL, Surgeon Dentist, 'Koorali,' Duncan-st. W est, Braidwood. HOURS : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; Sundays and Holidays by appointment only. ARALUEN Tisited third Tuesday and Wed nesday of each month. NKLLIGEN : December 7th, 8th, 9th. Xxawairee, Captain's , Flat, Jerange, and Nerriga ?visited Quarterly. LEGAL E. J. ROACH, SOLICITOR, IS now carrying on the bupiness of the' LATE W. L. FELL,. of Braidwood under the style of FELL, MANNING AND ROACH. OFFICE : Literary Institute Buildings. ALL COURTS ATTENDED. Advances arrnnged on Approved Securities' Local Agent South British Insurance Co. Telephone 47. DENTIST John Wintle, E.D.S., ARALUE& ILL-FITTING PLATES RE-MODELLED FILLINGS, REPAIRS, &c. PRESS NOTICE. ? + ? _ WE cordially invite correspondence t'roir 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, ...

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THE BOTTOM FALLS OUT OF ANOTHER TOBY PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

THE BOTTOM FALLS OUT OF ANOTHER TOBY PREDICTION. The result of the Sydney civic elections last week furnishes a rather startling reply to those who have been loudly proclaim ing of late that the State Labor party's political cake is dough, and that the next general elec tion avui see the present Govern ment hurled from power by a dis gusted and outraged constituency. The party entered upon the con test with a direct following of six and one whose leanings weire more with it than against it. It emer ged from the poll with 11 seats in its bag, while of the remain ing 13 aldelrmen two at least have strong Labor sympathies, and will be found more often voting for than against the party. Inciden tally, it may also be observed that in all the othor seats the majorities against the party were very considerably reduced, in several cases almost to vanishing point. It has thus practically cap tured the City Council as well as the Legislative Assembly. Its last achievement is all the more rema...

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THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 December 1915

THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. . ? + ? There's a chiel amang ye takin' notes, An' faith he'll prent 'em.— Bubkb.

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