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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

COMMERCIAL. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin. Limited, report : — We offered at auction on Wed nesday a catalogue of 2942 bales of wool, and every lot was well competed for by a large atten dance of buyers for Yorkshire, America, and Japan. All classes of free wools, and even burry grades, if of good staple, sold at a splendid range of values, and only the short staple, earthy lots showed some irregularity. Val ues still have a tendency to wards better levels. At auction and privately we sold 3056 bales, including :— TD/Ingledow, Bun gendore, liHd ; B/Jerrawa, 16£d ; WS in diamond/TL/C, Oooma 1 5d ; Ravensfield, Hay, 44d ; LYL/Toll dale, Gunning, IG^d ; W.R/Golspie, 14id ; JK/Krawarrec, - Braidwood, 17jd ; MP/Taralga, Ifid ; AC/Kara Berridale, 16fd ; Ironmongic/ C, Cooma, 15-^-d ; Bukalong, Bombala, 17|d ; Opossum/Plain, Tarcutta 17id.; Lanyon, Queanbeyan, 16 \ ; WB conjoined/ Willandra/5, Booli gal, 16id; JD/Junee, 14|d ; OK/ stroke/Myall, Mittagong, 1.3]-d ; FCF/Collingwood, Walcha, 17...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

E. 6. MORRIS, *JnMi Undertaker and Cabinet Maker, jWBWMmmHL Photographer & Picture Framer, ^QlfflWlg^lg^Rf Wallace Street, Braidwood. glass cut to any size. Agent for Q. W. Cleveland, Monumental Mason, Designer, :: and Sculptor of Memorials, :: GORDON ROAD, GREENWICH, SYDNEY. ? o ? Designs and prices on, application. Pointing and Lettering Tombstones at Reasonable Prices. r EUCALYPTUS OIL. T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY. Price, Sitt per Ih. Cash at Scales at McDonald's Store, Braidwood. FRED. WEBB, MONQARLOWE, Representing A. J. BEDWELL, York Chambers,! Market Street, Sydney. PF* Next Buying Day : February 15th, ~WK§ ^ ..and eveiy fortnight thereafter, at McDoo aid's Store. 77 1 GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BAffrK I ggnn I minimum- OF REW SOUTH WALES, itSS I DEl'UblT. } Heafl cffice. u MooaE-ST., SYDNEY. LIMIT. Commissioners: — R. A. WARDEN (President), W. H. O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALL LOCAL AGENT : MR. B. P. P. KEMP. SECURITY AND SATISFACTORY INTEREST FOR YOUR SAVINGS. DEPOSITS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

DENTISTRY. R. N. BULL, I Surgeon Dentist, I Koorali,' Duucan-st. V\ est, Braidwood. I HOUKS : 9 a.in. *» 5 Pm-5 'Saturdays 9 a.m. I to 1 p.m. i Sundays and Holidays by I appointment only. I xRALUEN visited third Tuesday and Wed I nesday of each month. I KKLLIGEN : December 7th, 8th, 9th. I Krawarree, Captain's Flat, Jerange, and I Nerriga visited Quarterly. ' LEGAL. E. J. ROACH, I SOLICITOR, IS now carrying on the business of the LATE W. L. FELL, of Braidwood I under the style of I FELL, MANNING AND ROACH. I OFFICE : Literary Institute Buildinge. I ^~ ALL COURTS ATTE3SDFD. I Adrancee arranged on Approved Securities I Local A gent South British Insurance Co. I . Telephone^. PRESS NOTICE. I ' ???♦? . . WE cordially inrite correBpondeiice froit our friende throughout the District I upon all matters of public' or local juitwcBt. I We desire to make this' paper affiliable I and complete record of all diemgt newji )t .' -j I All contributions, howefcel', ^*?^.^^f *B*j I * flime hncTiaai^B...

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THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. ? _4 ? There's a chiel among ye takin' notes, An' faith he'll prent'em.— Bpeks.

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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

Moon's Phase. Full Moon, 18th February. He BraiflwDDfl Review; For the cause that lacks assistance ; For the wrongs that need resistance j For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15.

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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. An enemy /aeroplane bombar ded Kalian towns, and killed 15 civilians, including women and children. The French cruiser Admiral Charner, whidhi was cruising off the coast of Syria, is reported to be missing. She lias not been heard or since February », when, according to a German telegram, a submarine sank a French war ship. Germany admits that Lille has been damaged by the British bom bardment. We captured during recent fight ing west of Vinny nine officers, 682 men, 35 machine guns, two more throwers, and stores. Our artillery kept the enemy under heavy fire. We stormed a posi tion south of St. Marie Apy, in the Champagne district, captur ing four officers and 202 men. A message from AHiens says the statement is confirmed that ?Bulgaria has made overtures to the Entente for a separate peace. The annual report of the So ciety for the Prevention of Can cer states that radium has been hopelessly discredited as a cure for cancer, and that scientific re search has not p...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

^'M'WP ? ♦— — _ . ?? ^ , The Allies have saved. 150,000 of the Servian array for fur ther activity. The marvellous operation of their rescue is de scribed as beyond all praise. The French Minister for 'Muni- tions, in an interview in Rome, said that by spring France will possess a colossal reserve of mu nitions. The Allies .were hasten tening the output to the utmost. Geneva newspapers state that the massacre of the few remain ing Armenians has recommenced. Further artillery and grenade fighting continues on the western front. During minor operations south of the Somme the French captured a revolver gun. Germany has issued a memor andum to neutral countries, sta ting that armed merchantmen will be regarded as belligerents, and warning neutrals not to trust persons or property upon such vessels. The Greek Premier, in a recent statement to Parliament,, 'fur- ther emphasised tfliiat the atti tude of Greece would continue to be one .. of strict neutrality. Pressure had been brought to b...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ? v~ ? fFrom Our Correspondent] SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. The recruiting returns are grow ing less and less each week. Only about 2000 men have been accep ted in the city for the past three weeks,- the figures for last week being 676. Mr. Holman stated on Saturday that the work of the Meat Board was of an administrative kUid, and that representation of any parti cular interest was unnecessary. The Railway Department lias adopted the American automatic coupling for use on the State rail ways. A meeting of members of the Rozelle Labor League refused, by 55 votes to 5, to rescind a motion of censure on the Premier. The Premier intends to intro duce a bill to exclude German born residents of N.S.W. from the franchise. Certain exemptions are provided for. Referring on Saturday to the Victorian Government's dismissal of over 1000 railway Avorkers, Mr. Holman said the State Govern ment did not intend to emulate such an action unless it became necessary. Captain Goodhuts, com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

50 SAMPLES OF ...' 10RSAL I NO ' and . . ENGLISH FELT HATS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. A. FINE LOT OF BORSALINO FELT HATS, from 12/- to 13/6 ENGLISH & COLONIAL FELT HATS, from 4/11 to 10/9. WHY PAY MORE ? Gents' Stripe Tweed Trousers, at 4/11,5/11,6/6., . Gents' Check Tweed, in grey and brown, all wool, at 9/9. 18 Pairs Gee long Tweed Trousers, 14/6 ; now worth more whole sale. NO WAR PRICES ABOUT THESE. Gents' Plain Blue Drill Shirts, at ' 2/11, 4/3. Gents' Stripe Shirts, 3/3, 3/6. Gents' Golf Shirts, from 3/9. Ladies' and Gents' Black Canvas Shoes, 2/1 pair. Men's Bluchers at 7/6. 1 Men's Bluchers, best quality, 11/9. Men's Calf Bals., from 11/9. Manchester Goods at Cut Price Values. Horrockse's 36in. Al Calico, 6d yd, 5/11 doz. Crewdson's 36in. Al Calico, 7/11 doz. 72in. Osman Sheeting, 1/5 yd. 80in. Osman Sheeting, 1/9 yd. Nurse Cloths, /5£ yd. Sample Towels, at clearing pri -' ces ,from 5d each. Camisole Embroideries, good qual ity, worth 1/2 ; price lOd yd. 24in. Al lover, at...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

CHURCH SERVICES. Chmch of England. Sunaav, February 20. Braidwood, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. — Lay Reader. Araluen .( Redbank), 11 u.m.; New town, 3 ; Major's Creek, 7.30.— The Rector.

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THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

THE LAND. The following Conditional Pur chases, as well as all C.Ls. made in virtue thereof, have been de clared forfeited :— W. G. Griffin, senr., 84a. 3i\, parish of Tallagan da ; S. J. Griffin, 40ac, parish of Tallacanda : W. C. Rolfe. 40ac. and 54ac, parish of Meangora ; Edward Hilly, 40ac, parish Cog hill. The following annual leases have been declared forfeited : — Joseph S. Temple, 530ac, parish Jerricknora ; James B. Cargill, 320ac, parish Budawang. Portion 82,. of 215£acres, and portion 8, of 80 acres, in the par ish of Tallaganda, have been set apart for Crown Lease at annual rentals of £1 3s 2d and £1 respec tively. They will be available on and after 13th March. The sale of the privileges in connection with the forthcoming annual show and races takes place on Thursday next. Under the new Shire award gangers are entitled to a daily wage of 11s 4d. The Deputy Postmaster-General promises consideration of repre sentations regarding charges and hours on small telephone lines,...

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PERSIA. THE SEAT OF THE FRESH TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

PERSIA. THE SEAT. OF THE FRESH. TROUBLE. Many people are asking how it comes about that Persia, pre sumably a neutral State,, is now being fought over by Russians, British, and 'Turks. The answer, nr course, .is that this ancient kingdom is really not an indepen dent State at all — that, in fact, since 1907 it has been to all in | tents and purposes a dependency j of Russia .and Great Britain. The I arrangement come to between the i hVo great Powers at that time was further strengthened in 1911, I when Germany undertook not to I seek any concessions in the i small portion of the country whichi i was left nominally under Persian control. The Russian sphere is in the northern part, the British in the southern. Russia obtained a far greater area than did we —in fact, she has control over almost half the entire country, getting 305,000 square miles to our 137,000. Between ' the two spheres of interest was left a narrow strip of a total area of 188.000 square miles, where the Persian Gov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

Attention, ladies I . _ . READY-TO-WEAR HATS - . . . in Latest Style, just to hand, at R. M. HIGGINS'S Commercial Stores.' Untrimmed Velvet Hats. Ready-to-Wear Eelt Hats. Special Value in Coats, Skirts, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery, Serviceable House Blouses. .q Ladies' Coats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. y *^'9l^fec^ l^^^^BB'^ New Biiii .' Lowest - ^Bn hF Stylish Prices. v Goods. AWAITING YOUfy KIND INSPECTION. R. M. HIGGINS, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'Phone 11. ? . ? Irvine's SPARKLING HOCKS Great Western AND CHAMPAGNES Vineyard, Tic. SUPPLIED UNDER ROYAL WARRANT^ TO THE KING. Agents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney. ASK FOR The Champion Record Prize Winners, 1915. SYDNEY' 1A TyDTrZT7*CJ BRISBANE 11 Awards. JL\s XT XA)M.£J JELlO S Awards CaldwellV FAMOUS Wines! CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., 65 Macquarie-sl., Sydney. Tasmauian SPARKLING CIDER 'Mercwy Brawl' 'TRY IT ON ICE.' . Agents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney.

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Fine Wool Returns. Another "Bridge" Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

Fine Wool Returns. Another 'Bridge' Sale. Another splendid array of pri ces was secured by John Bridge and Co. at their second sale of the present year ,held on the 3rd inst., the averages being excel lent. For instance, for 1,711 bales, in the large lots, prices ranging from 12d to 19f d were secured, giving an average per lb of 15^d and. a bale average of £21 11s 8d, this latter eclipsing even the fine averages of several immediately previous sales. For 360 bales, in the 'star' lots, from 12d to 20d was obtained, with an average of 14|d per lb, the bale average mounting to £20 11s 9d. Out of the whole catalogue, 2,071 bales went from 12d to 20d per lb. These are veritable 'boom' figures, and should be gratifying to grower as well as broker. The app ended list has some points of unusual interest : — Thos. Conroy (Glen Innes), xbd 20d, mer. 15fd, 2nd mei\ 15d ; Chapman and Upton (Armidale) xbd 20d ; Scholes and Utz (Glen Innes) h 19fd, w 19id, e 19£d and 18^d, p 15£- d ; Byron Tomli...

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WINTER IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

WINTER IN RUSSIA. I The Germans must be suffering I terribly this winter in Russia. I What winter can be like in the I very -region where they are now. I held up was discovered by Napo ? Icon in 1812, and by Charles XII. _ — uhwi-ou a, wuiMy earner. I Charles made a successful drive ? into Russia in 1708, but winter ? overtook him in October. The ? wld was so intense' that wood ? could not be made to ignite in ? «e open air. Wine and spirits ? froze, birds fell dead on the wing, ? saliva congealed on the men's ? '^s- Says one who went through, ? Jjat. terrible winter with tbe Swe ? dish army : 'You could see some ? without hands, some wittiout ? ieet, some without ears and no ? s^ unable to walk . upright, but ? C1'eq-nig along like quadrupeds.' ? Reliable information' lias rea ? 'led diplomatic circles that the ? 'timber of German wounded trans ? Mted through 'Belgium after the ? fr f attack on the western I Z Was ^ater than after -the ? ^Ifi of Loos. . ? in f?,USlderable interest ...

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HOSPITAL EGG DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

HOSPITAL EGO DAY. Mrs. D. S. Young was in ^at tendance at the Council Chambers on Thursday for the receipt of eggs and butter for the Hospital. Altogether 40 dozen eggs were received and 52lbs of butter. Of this quantity 21 dozen eggs were contributed by pupils of the Braidwood public school. There was' only one contribution from outside centres, viz 5|doz. eggs from Major's Creek. Last year a similar appeal resulted in 90doz. eggs being sent in. The supply, however, this year is muaht smal ler than it was last, whichi part ly accounts for the great falling off in the contributions.

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THE RETORT COURTEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

THE RETORT COURTEOUS. At a public meeting of citizens at Goulburn for the purpose of urging the authorities to close the hotels there at 6 o'clock, with the object of preserving sobriety aihongst the soldiers, Mr. E. F. Thomas, the well known solicitor, was particularly severe on the wowsers, who, he said, were endeavouring to sneak in their local option prejudices under another guise. He .smote them hip and tliiigh, and objected to respectable citizens being pre vented by the aforesaid wowsers , from enjoying a gift God had sent them. In the course of some supplementary remarks Mr. W. H. Wheatley, the mover of the resolution, said that he under stood «Mr. Thomas was solicitor for the licensed victuallers of Goulburn. Whereupon Ernie re torted : 'You ought to know bet ' tor. I might as well say the lie circulated about you, that you drink on the. sly, is true.' The argument stopped at that. A meeting of the Allies' Day oomnu-'i^c takes place to-night. T'-'s time the Bra id wood peop...

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RECRUITING CARDS. PUNISHMENT FOR NONRETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

RECRUITING CARDS. PUNISHMENT FOR NON RETURN. The Federal Executive Council has approved of a regulation, un der the War Precautions Act making it compulsory for all en listment cards to be returned to the various recruiting committees by March 1-.. When iihe p-h-h' were issued it was stated thai they were ? to be returned with in seven days of receipt. It \Var, considered, however, that t.]].j.; provision would not b? ;.-n-ctiv;- in regard to : recalcitrants who were determined not to .-iusvor the questions put to them. .\!1 the cards have now gone oitf of the Commonwealth Statisticians office, and by fixing a certain date for their return the autho rities have established failure to return as a definite offence un der the War Precautions ,\oi, which renders t-he offender In' ble to a fine or imprisonm.-jnl, or both.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

DO WELL S BIG VALUES Will Please Economists ! ,„„— _._. j fore it . is imperative \o buy where you can get the best I value for your money. Ladies who desire to save money I in Drapery will find Dow ell's values unequalled. Our se I lection of quality goods will appeal to you. ? Proof is better than platitude— call and see the goods. j^^V Splendid Values in JS* sj mJ\ VuO UvUVIdi ^^. ^L /N$^»5 S!.riped Crepes, fast colors, 9d, ^lOW v*S$t^ Striped Cambrics, 7£d, 9d, lO.kl. a^^K^sSji Plain Cotton Voiles, Is, Is 2d, Is j ' tr^.V^JHll Fa'? Co' ion Voiles, 10U, la, 1/3. | ' IMJ^otIiI Dark Ground Prints, 7id, lOi-J, Is. fl^fiPKyW!! Plain and Slrip?d Ga!atcas,'lOJd. ? K ^WtJ^Sk^// / ^ n*cs *ot oi drass Pi-ces i' Silk &i^N TBa^jHtrt Crepes, Poplins, and Voiles. [ jfeSft Fancy Serges from 11s 6d to 27/G. j Manchester Goods are Priced Attractively 36in. White Calicoes, 4s . jflW %? ? ' lid, 5s lid, 6s' 6d to ?? i |[l \f r''''™l 14s doz. 9 i»i ?i'H''4| I I ? White and Grey bowels, /Tni...

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. Adair of Kleve. (Continued). CHAPTER VII. A Woman's Loyal Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

SHORT SERIAL STORY. \ Adair of A I Kleve. \ m '' ? — ?-'1 1[ ^^ — — m (Continued)-. CHAPTER VII. A Woman's Loyal Lave. 'Sir Everard tells me I owe my release entirely to your presence of mind.' Kathleen trembled at the touch of Adair's fingers on hers ; her ' heart beat rapturously at the knowledge that his words were, at least .partly true. She had certainly oeen maae me instru ment of his release. But a chilly sense of misery stole over her as he continued: 'I have come to thank jom, and to bid you good-bye. I have de cided to shut up that cursedaun ted house of mine and go abroad.' 'For how long .?' 'I cannot say ; certainly for some years. I shall -.never mar ry. I have quite made up my mind to that.' He was not looking at liar now. Ho dare not. Her eyes travelled to his face slowly. The insouciant look had given place to settled gloom; his checks wer etniii, and his eyes had a tired .expression. ?'How ; dearly you must havt loved her !' Kathleen spoke very softly. He started, a...

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