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[?]ING" FIGURES. [?]LOSE £363,326. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

I ifi" FIGUEES, industrial' statis 3d in the report of 'ederation, the an biiTg of which was held at House, Hunter-street, Syd Thursday afternoon last. Industrial Arbitral ion Act into force in 191.2, and oar:ag FslTrst year there were 102 strikes, 'and in the last year there ww« 213, j an increase^of 141, a^f.qual 10 about j 138 per c%%t. Th'e£*report enters i deeply into the consequences of the | strikes, and, according to it, 90S ■es tablishments were affected b}~ the | 2-15 disputes which occurred during 11914. .There were 33,955, workers i directly affected by thevdisputes and | 22,326 indirectly, or a total of 56, ! 281. Owing to the strikes 727,726 days were lost, involving a loss in j wages, of £363,326 j "If the employees lost £363,326*," tasks the report, "what did the ein I plovers lose through these ap | -heavals?" ' ■ Further, it is stated that during j the year ended 191-1 there were over ! 3000 convictions recorded against ; employers under the Industrial Acts | and a...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]EST HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

EST HARVEST. a reception given to fjxl party by the Shire rest Wyalong, tlio. Min fgricultut'e majde an im mncement regarding the new wheat crop. Mr. [.hat t.li e . Govern me", t |for the railways to to farmers for wheat ilway premises, and Jonferences1 with two of Sydne^y, au under sell arrived at, and he that the banks wou-*hF tees and make advances [This would relieve the in for many farmers, thus avoid having to at a low price owing jg available. Farm o hold wheat and fro m the ban ks . l'o said that he fid in regard to the the Govern in en t [■:i ilfe re n ce bet \v e on j'naranteed pi ice. f.'ould pay 4s pro ;ven bjr December r-e oyer the .;wheat selves. ■ v

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Aju^ th^^E!3rst (Bight-Hoar ban Iroveiniment were severely by tbe president of the .borers' Protective (Society tier and in is management in ith tbe W beat Acq u i si - fixing of butter prices, rtation of chaff. . He t tbe Eight Hour Bill j^ly shelved, and added 11 had come to Bathurst bluff. He then saicl that man was airaicl to face them, all, in repl}r, referring to the •s who-were present, said that ,/erea bod^of men to whom ht Hours Bill did not apply, ipoli it was a case of twenty .av. . He ridiculed the idea [man whs afraicl to face jharacteriscd the allega idle of. terminological He declared "that Mr inaii. responsible for Lithgow. and had fcufaotnr'e of muni -aeroplanes, and have been a had he de of the 95 per 4ht hours

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Refreshment Room. Irs. J. Parslow Wishes to announce that she hasopened a Refreshment Room in premisesjately occupied by Mrs Judd refreshments at all hours Country visitors catered for Cleanliness and attention IT COMBINES Happily With Aerated waters B$SKBiSBS52ISOTS^a$5a«aB ■ k Midi TONIC BE TO STAND THE SEASON AT EVBRl'ON, GILGANDRiC and travel the ijrnnediate district, The Pure Bred Shire Stallion. SIR ROBERTS is a thick set. bay ,draught%colt, foaled 14th November, 1907 (bred by P. W. Sallmann, " Pine View Estate," stud farm, Koniheim.) Sir Ro certs' sire Ch firmer (22,208. E.C.H.S.B. imp.) was .pyrfehased by F. vv. Sallmann for 1000; guineas. - CHARMER (22,203., E.G.H.S.B. imp.) is a splendid ;_»shapcd dark bay colt, foaled 1903, bred; by John Singlehurst, Wei don, 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 sold in 1903 for 6...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. D. MUNRO. PRESENTATION AT COLLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

IR. D. lUMO. . presentation at collie. Genuine-regret has been expi'essed right throughout. the Collie district at the departure of Mr. Dan Munro, who has disposed of his hotel busi ness to Mr. Mclntyre, of Tyrone, Coonamble district. Mr. Munro, -who is by no means a young man, is a native of the Collie district, and has lived rou-ud about it all his .life. Iu deed, his reminiscences of the place are varied and interesting. Prior to taking over the Collie hotel just about three years ago, he was in a similar business at Bullagreen, which for some years he conducted with the utmost credit to himself. There never was a kinder hearted or more , honest man, in business or out of it, than Dan Munro. He has been the friend of everyone, the enemy of none. He knows what it is to battle through life, aur! that battling" has made the man. The latter portion of his life at Collie has been tinged with sadness. He himself had a serious illness, and following that came the death of his beloved wi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

STOP I At Wises' Limite Australian'Made Hat Genuine Panamas Neckwear Men's Broadways 1/, .. 1/9, 1/li, 2/6 Men's Collars in the leading shapes 5/ 11 and 8/il doz., or Sd and 9d each t And Inspect our New Season's Range-of Right up-to-date Mercery and Clothing. Our VALUES and ASSORTMENT will astonish the shrewdest of buyers Our New High Class Tailori^g Dept. is now in full swing and we are already doing pig 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\lskto be found AT WISES' LIMITED. and Clothing at Wises' Limited. Australian lade Boaters Men's Underwear Summer weight shirts ; or pants from 2/6 to Q/Q Men's Soi In plain fancies fHd to 2/6d pair Wide or Narrow leaf, genuine 10/6, 15/6, ,"21/5 27/8 Japs as above illus tratration 10/6 In newest snapes from 4/6, 5/6 and 6/6 Boys' 2/li, S/11,'4/6 3TO"Ol €3£a,irB.inoti ©slXI, Ws?Ite .'Phone. M...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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CHURCH SERVICES Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

CHURCH SERVICES — Holy CalV.olic Churcli. English Branch. 24th—Gilgundra 7.30 (h.c.), 10.80. It 7.30, Coboco, 7 (h.c.V, 10, Lara 3, Collie 7.30, Breelong 4

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Famous Recipe Used irs TSiousands. of Homes. "Myself and family use Hean's Essence' for making cough mixture. We find it splendid and cheap."—A. J. Frazer, Tonequinae, N.S.W. "Have used several bottles Hean's Essence, and find it best cough and cold remedy I have ever tried, as well as a money-saver."—Fredk. Hay man, Clarendon, N.S.W. Hean's Essence—for preparing good home made cough mixture—is used in thousands ot Australian homes. It is such a splendid remedy for all family coughs and colds and saves so much money—10/- on every bottle used—that wherever it is tried folks are delighted with it. Get a bottle from your chemist or store to day, and add sweetening and watet as directed. If it does not prove the finest cough remedy for general family purposes you have ever used, send me the empty bottle and packet, and. I will promptly return your money in full. The saving is yours-—the risk is mine. [ Hean's Essence at most chemists and stores, or post free on recei...

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UNFAIR [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

i unfair' "The descriptions of the tremen dous difficulties that the Australa sians have faced and overcome, fight ing i.n broken country against a well armed and seasoned enemy, should help us to understand the futility of drafting very young men or boys for | service in Europe. We have been j told repeatedly that "the young men I crack up first," an-1 it is fair neither I to them nor to their comrades to send J away mere striplings not yet ha[r i dened to the work that lies before them, — -Auckland- .Star.

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SOLDIERS BROTHER CHEATED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

SOL-DIERS BROTHER CHEATED Stella Jones (23), married', was/ charged at the Central Policy Con.|i with attempting to obtain ' by false pretences. Evidence' ^ given that she wrote • a'' letter. • \ Mr. F. M'Gee, ot: Parkes, purporting ..» to come from the latter's brother, a ^ member of the expeditionary Foi'ces. I The letter stated that the soldier had returned to Sydney from the /w&t?« He asked that 20s be sent to him oa account of his sickness. The money was forwarded to the address men tioned, and accused received the let ter, She was sentenced to two month's hard labor, but was released as a first offender.

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TERRY AND FRANK WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

TERRY AND FRANK WISE. •/J An ex-Gilgaudra young, nian,. whq < 'now liolds a good position in Queens- • land, writing.to a friend-here, says: " Walking down the streets of Won dai tlie other day, I dropped across Terry and Frank Wise, who were in», Wises' Ltd., when I was in Gil. They are both in the pink of condition and doing well in business out here."

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MUNDOORAN MASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

MUNDOOR&N MASONS. The opening of the New Masonic Temple at Mnncloorau, which took place on Monday,- was one of tlae mosb imposing- masonic functions that have taken place in these dis tricts for many years. There was a large attendance of the fraternity from the whole of the north-west, a large number being present from Gilgandra. The Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of ISTevr South Wales, Very Worshipful Bro ther Thompson, performed the cere mony, assisted by a number of offi cers of liigh degree.

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DUBBO TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

DUBBO TOWN BAND. ; .^.'meeting of fcbe committee of the Dabbo Town Band was held on Wed nesday night. Mr Orme Johnson, of Orange, was present, and a proposal for his engagement as bandmaster was discussed. The committee plac i ed certain terms before Mr Johnson, who is to give a definite reply at an early date.

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THE AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

j THE AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. ! The Commercial Banking Co. lias j decided to pay 3 per cent, interest j on a daily balance of all money it | holds on behalf of the Australia Day j Fund.

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SEASON'S PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

SEASON'S PROSPECTS. J John Bridge and Co. report:—, j "The rain recorded in the western j and north-western districts for tlie } State daring the past few days is j likely to be o£ immense benefit to the pastoral industry, and, if foliow I ed by further substantial falls ■ with j ri) :a reasonable time, will ensurfe am : .pie supply of grass, for summer, j The visitation "was particularly wel ; come in the north-western quarter, ! where exceptionally dry conditions have reigned- for a long "time past, As a result of the rain and magni ficent pastoral conditions existing in i the southern districts, we are ex pecting to see renewed activity in the stock business, with, in view of the shortage of sheep, likely to shortly manifest itself, substantially higher values."

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"BEST NOT TOO MUCH." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

"BEST NOT,TOD MUCH." Spoken to concerning his views on j universal service, - Archbishop'Kelly | said the situation was such that.our j best was not too much. His Grace '• added : "We are not too scire of j the desired result. Therefore, while vthe question of victory or defeat is" au open one, it is of vital concern to all of us. As an ecclesiastic, Ire cognise my incompetence to deal with - a question which rightly be longs to the proper heads of the Gov- j ernment and leaders of political j opinion, but since in this new conn- > try every citizen is expected., to do j his utmost, I feel, in the circumstan- J Ices, warranted in expressing ray! i long-standing conviction. I would ; • even say that we are not making the | : most of our possibilities while the 1 I Government withholds a special in- j j vitation to men more suited for the j j front. I refer to men who represent j i the maturity of our manhood. '"Yon j can say this," continued the Archbis- ' : hop : "I feel it is^th...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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[?]RGAMBONE STATION STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

RGAMBONE STATION STOCK supplies had no effect on ies at Homebnsh last Mon '000 sheep were ou offer, animal found ready sale at ates. Export, inter-State, rxl operators were all keen A draft of shorn-merino frorj Mr. Petei" Ferguson's mbone station, made to 20/11 ! at \V' inohcom.be, Oarson's auction.

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CORPORAL JACK CHRISTIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

j. CORFfORALi JACK CHRISTIE. | | Corporal Jack Christie, brother of | Mr Gordon Christie, of Gilgandra, is I on th<* way home—invalided. Cor j poral Christie took parfc in the laud j ing at Gaba Tepe on 25th April, and | towards daylight on the 26th. he was | sliot through the ohest, the ballet | passing right through one'luug" and } out the back. He was not removed j froir; the trench for 12 hoars after | he was placed hors de combat ; so lie must be a- lad of great vitality. Since then he has been under treat ment at Alexandria, Malta, Manches ter, London, Epsom, and -several other English hospitals.

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[?] THE PEOPLE CAN [?] EXPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

■TOE PEOPLE CAN EXPECT. in stated that after tlie fople would not have many ! jics to indulge in extrava- j leu they had to meet the ! of/publio finance. }

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[?] RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

■CRS' RAILWAY FARES, j Ieefcary to t-b o Da part moi.it lias informed Mr H. R. ■ M.P., that officers in Biruiting depots have been Itc issue return railway p recruits allowed a few Ito settle tlieir private af liat men on -final leave are lied with return passes to 9- '

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