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WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BRYCE'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BRYCE'S VISIT. The well-known firm of ERN EST BRYCE, Consulting Optic ians, of Martin Place and Pitt street, Sydney, who have bee'n visiting this town for the past ten years, writes : — 'On account of numerous communications re ceived from this district, we feel obliged to warn the Spectacle wefaring Public against persons using our name and working up on our reputation, not directly, but in a manner such as to mis lead and make believe that they are representing us.' Remember that this firm can*only be consul ted at O'BRIEN'S HOTEL, Braid wood, on dates advertised. Date of next visit, TUESDAY, MARCH 7t.li * The 'enrolling officer for this area is advertised to be in atten dance at the Courthouse on Feb ruary 27 and 28, when those wli-o have stated their willingness to enlist are asked to attend and. undergo examination. Amongst the wool sales last week were the following : — JK (Krawarree), 10 x b h at 17*-k=#! xbe at 16fd; GB/B/Monga,'6 fc at 15d/ Mr. W....

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

hnrsday Next, l?th Inst. Annual Races. A. WTSCOTT 'TTILL Sell by anclion, on the above v\ date, at 12 noon, at the Royal Ho 1, the following privileges :— v\M to ENTRANCE GATE Blgl PCJBL1CANS BOOTH ' FRUIT STALT, ' REFRESHMENT BOOTH ' TATTERSALL'S. Braidwood Show. i W. SCOTT lias received instructions \_§ to sell by public auction at the 'oval Hotel, on THURSDAY NEXT, 17th EBRUARY, at 12 o'clock :— Publican's Booth. HURSDAY, 24th FEBRUARY. A. W. SCOTT fTTlhb sell by public auction, at the VV usual time and place, 120 Head of Mixed Local Bred Cattle. Full Particulars Later. Intending Sellers kindly advise. A Social ii aid of B.Cj, Bazaar Fund — WILL BE HELD IN — Mr. Byrne's Hall, BLUE BELL, — ON — Friday Night, 18th February. JOOD MUSIC AND REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. BALANCE SHEET — OF THE — Lower Araluen Temporary Common For the Year commencing 1st January, 1915, and ending 31st December, 1915. INCOME. £ s d Brought Forward Jan. 1, 1915— Deposit in Govt. Savings Bank, £5/6/5 ; Cash in h...

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FOR OUR TROOPS ABROAD. COUNTRY NEWS PAPER SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

FOR OUR TROOPS ABROAD. COUNTRY NEWSPAPER SERVICE. Sincj August last John Bridir and Co., Ltd., have hoeii con ducting a regular weekly .service of country newspapers for dis tribution amongst thos? wholiav:.! onlis£ed from the rural districts of this State. This service has been rendered possible by the ready , assistance . given by the Country Press Association, no less than by the immediate and hearty co-operation of tin? pro prietors of* the 'newspapers them selves. The service is represen tative of the: whole State, and the firm, in order to make it thoroughly effective, has care fully classified all papers. «o as to'' render easier.' ?the work of distribution abroad. Another fu ture has tisen the promptitude and regularity with which tlr? de- tails have been attended lo. thus '' insuring that, a? far as is possible at this end, the service shall be regular and up-to-date in every respect. So far as the firm is- aware the military authorities here have forwarded the papers with ...

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

Braidwood ?District Hospital. Annual Wood Day. FEBRUARY 23rd, 1916. DONATIONS OF WOOD in any quan tity thankfully received. Braidwood District Hospital. TENDERS. TENDERS, in triplicate, returnable on 29th INST., are invited for items as under, for Twelve Months, from 1st April , 1916 :— GROCERIES DRUGS AND DRESSINGS MEAT MILK CARBIDE FUNERAL?. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Envelopes to be marked 'Hospital Ten der.' L. WHITLING, lion. Sec. Wanted A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT J\. HOUSEMAID WAITRESS. £1 5s per week. Apply KEATING S HOTEL, Moruya. ALLIES DAY Meeting To-Night ! Council Chambers, 8 p.m. N.S.W. Recruiting Campaign. Answers to Appeals. THE Enrolling Oflicer' for this (47th Area) will be in attendance at the Courthouse, Braidwood, on FEBRUARY 27th and 28th. Those who have stated their willingness to enlist are requested to attend on one of thes? dates to undergo ex amination. Leave will be granted, and Pas ses provided. J. W. MINNY, Recruiting Sergeant.

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

for INFLUENZA use| Dean's Essence The Great Money-Saving Remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH Costs 2/*- — Makes I pint — Saves 10/ ? — 27-15

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SOLDIERS' LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 15 February 1916

SOLDIERS' LETTERS. During the past couple of weeks there has been a considerable fal- ling-off in the number of letters delivered in Australia from sol- diers at the front. The reason for this was explained on Friday by the Minister for Defence (Sen ator Pearce), who stated that the letters had come to Australia all right, but there had been a mili- tary reason for withholding them from the addressees for the time being. As there was now no fur- ther necessity to detain the cor- respondence it was delivered on Friday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

Tallaganda Shire Council. 4 PPLIOATIONS are invited, and will be J\- received, up till noon on SATURDAY, 18th MARCH, 1916, from Gentlemen hold ing the necessary L.G-. Certificate, for the POSITION QF ENGINEER to the above named Shire. The Salary attached to the Position is at the rate of £300 per annum, such Salary to cover Travelling and Equipment Allowances. PERCY B. TAYLOR, - Shire Clerk. Shire Offipe, Braidwood, February 14, 1916. An attempted riot by soldiers at Oootamundra was quelled. BRAIDWOOD ANNUALJIACES. FRIDAY r SATURDAY MARCH 3 & 4. LARGE FIELDS! GOOD RACING! REFRESHMENT BOOTH under the charge of Hospital Committee. THE BRAIDWOOlT BRASS BAND BOTH DAYS. NOTE.— Member's Ticket (£1 Is.) admits ' holder to All Gates with horse and vehicle, and carries Two Ladies' Tickets for Saddling Paddock. It will pay you* to be a Member. T. C. MUSGRAVE, Secretary. Tallaganda Shire Council. mENDERS, addressed to the Shire Clerk, X. Braidwood, will be received up to NOON on WEDNES...

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WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

WOOL REPORT. Harrison, Jones & Devlin Ltd. offered at auction on Thursday, 16th inst., 2213 bales, including several good to super clips, and rather more than usual of burry and faulty descriptions. Free wools of good staple commanded most, attention, and maintained their position. Medium to short wools met a slightly weaker mar ket, and faulty burry wools sold irregularly. Crossbreds were low er, except in the case of super descriptions, which are firm. At auction and privately we sold 2361 bales, including :— Lord's Hill/RSS, Bombala, 2l£d; WT/Y, Goulburn, 14£d ; JL/MB, Gunn ing, 15d ; JCC/Red Hill, Marulan, 14d ; BB/Gunning, 16d ; JRC rev ersed, Wattle Park, Marulan, 13d; AW/Jerrawa. 16id ; -WB conjd./ Willandra, Booligal, 14d ; GO/ Roslyn, 12£d ; RL/D, Delegate, 13|d; AW/Spring Mount, Blayney, 17d ; SS/Trefusis, New England, Walcha, 17£d; OS/Troon,. Walcha, 17±d ; DFR/YeL-rawun, Walcha, 17id; A. Hoy/Walcha, New Eng land, 16£d. Scoured : MB/Wara. tah, Brewarrina, 24£d. Jo...

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COMMERCIAL. RECORDS FOR SCOURED WOOL v ECLIPSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

COMHKIM31AL. RECORDS FOR ^SCOURED WOOL v ECLIPSED. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company, Ltd., report :— At our sale of the 17th inst. 32£d was secured for a special line of Alma fleece wool, and 31|d for 1st pieces. These are the highest prices on record in Syd ney within the memory of tlie present generation.

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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

LATEST WAS NEWS. Some oversea troops are among st the Salonica reinforcements. Others have been sent against the Senussi, in Western Egypt. A great Allied offensive from Salonica is expected. The Bulgars and Germans are strengthening their entrenchments on the Greek frontier. Another Allied air raid disper sed troops at Strumnitza. The 'Times' correspondent at Cairo says the Russians' Erze rum victory made a profound im pression in Egypt. The Minister for Munitions, Mr. Lloyd G eorg-a, used his powers un der the Defence of the Realm Act and ordered work on the new London County Council hall to ceasoe, as the labor was requir ed to build munition factories. During the sittings of the tri bunals under the Compulsory Mili tary Service Act at Eirkby Ste phen, a market town of West moreland, many farmers threat ened to sell their stocks and abandon their farms if their work men were ..conscripted. The tri bunal held that the bulk of the claimants were necessary for ag riculture, and exem...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [l-'rom Our Correspondent.] SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. In many city and suburban churches yesterday resolutions were carried- thanking Senator Pearcs for his action in closing the hotels at 6 p.m. The names of Ministers Cann and Hoyle are mentioned in con nection with the Railway Com mission. Mr. Cann, however, de nies that he Ihias any ambition in fliis. direction. If he had the sole right of appointment he stated lie would probably choose Mr. Davis, Director-General of Public Works, who also stood to enjoy support for the position in other quar ters. Mr. Hoyle has not made any public statement on the sub ject. So far as the Chief Commission ership is concerned the general opinion Mn railway circles is that Mr. Frazer, the present Deputy Chief Commissioner, has a mort gage on that position, as he has been acting -for the Chief Commis sioner Harpur. The 144th casualty list, issued this morning, totals 670. as fol lows : — Killed in action, 7 ; died of wounds, &...

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BRAIDWOOD TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

BBAIDWOOD TURF CLUB. The following nominations have been received for the tAvo prin cipal events in connection with this meeting on the 3rd and 4th. March : — BRAIDWOOD CUR— 9 furlongs. A. N. Foster's bg All Shame, Gyrs E. T. Dolsen's b m Muslcon, 5yrs. F. Wheatley^s ch m Sonsie Peg, 5yrs. T. Butt's b g Smoulder, (5yrs. J. Seary's b h Warmoney, 5yrs. J. J. R. Baxter's b g Woolomi, 5yrs. T. M. Royds's b g Cumber., aged. T. M. Royds's ch m Cumber Lass, ,6yrs. R. Turnbull's ch g N.C., aged. TOWN PLATE.— 1 mile. A. N. Foster's bg All Shame. Gyrs E. T. Dolsen's. -.Mus Icon, 5yrs. F. Whoatlcy's bg Involution. aged T. Butt's bg Smoulder, Gyrs.' J. Seary's bh Warmoney.. fiyrs. T. M. Royds's bg Cumber., aged. T. M. Royds's ch m Cumber Lass, Gyrs. R. Turnbuirs -ch g N.C., aged. — Murphy's ch g Grosse's Plain. An unnaturalised German was fined £25 at Temora for having failed to report himself- to the police. ^

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OUR HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

OUR -HOSPITALS. Replying to* a deputation la^ week, Mr. Black, Minister for Health, said hospitals should be a charge on municipalities and shires, and he suggested impos ing a hospital, tax. This would not cut hospitals away from Go biit it would compel thoso who do not support hospitals to n° so, which !hie thought would I'1 better than nationalising 3l0Sln' tals. Mr. Black said he was no. speaking officially, but m-iXff expressing Jiis own opinion- Tlic Government would not see «lC good work of tlm hospitals foil ed by inadequatOi maeh'ii '?'-*? The. pries of butter has been re duced by th-3 Necessary Comvm1' tics Commission by Id P?1' *?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

EUCALYPTUS OIL. T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY. Price, 5{d per Ih. Cash at Scaies at McDonald's Store, Braidwood. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Representing A, J. BED WELL, York Chambers,! Market Street, Sydney. PE' Next Buying Day : February 15th, ~Vl and every fortnight thereafter, at McDonald's Store. ^—TJ GOiERKtWEWT SAVIWGS BANK genn -i': i^mi-m 0 F A EW -SOUTH WALES, SSkkir ( l-!:'';!' ?? '? ? Head Office: 11 MOOBE-ST., SYDNET. LIMIT. Coirnni-si--nnr.s: — R. A. WARDEN (President), W, H. O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALL . LOCAL AGENT : MR. B. P. P. KEMP. - SECUEITY AND SATISFACTORY INT3BEST FOR YOUR SAVINGS. DEPOSITS received from l/- upwards. ICTTEBEST paid at 3% per cent, per annum on all balances up to £50 0 on accounts opened under the condi tions of Government Savings Bai.k Acts, and up to £200 on accounts open ed with the late Savings Bank of New South Wales. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED Bt THE GOVERNMENT. MONEY TO LEND TO FARMERS AND SETTLERS. in amounts up to £500, repayable by instal...

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. PASSION'S TOLL. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

SHORT SERIAL STORY. PASSION'S TOLL CHAPTER.!. The wind, with ac taste of salt in it, blew straight in at the open window from the North Sea, fluttering ths whits curtains, and rustling the leaves of the book that one of the occupants of the room was reading. She fixed them down with strong wliite fin gers, and knitted her level eye brows with an air of vexation; biit it was some moments before she allowed this distraction to detach her mind from the book ; when she did she tflnrew it down with sudden vehemence, and rose to her full stately height, stretching her arms above her iiead with an air of abandonment that suffici ently indicated her indifference to the impression made upon her companion. 'I am simply bored to death,' she announced, in a rich, contral to voice. 'I shall go out and ex plore.' 'Would you like me to go, too ?' said her vis-a-vis .who had -been sitting perfectly motionless for the last five minutes, looking across the expanse of heaflher and brown rock to the bl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

DOWELL'S BIG VALUES Will Please Economists ! Everybody wants to economise in these days,, and there fore it i is imperative to buy where you. can get the best value for your money. Ladies who desire to save money in Drapery will find Dow ell's values unequalled. ' Our se lection of quality goods will appeal to you. Proof is better than platitude— -jall and see the goods. j|J|55s Splendid Values in ^P^rr Dress Goods. *5k- J«^L /4^O S'riped Crepes, fast colors, 'M, *v*fci^^^%-£;^^*Cy ^ 10-d Is ^Jl^ i/S^J* Striped Cambrics, 7±d, 9d, 10-d. /ft jlt'^v/ I P^in Crepes, 7id, 9d, 10|d. ' att^R^SoJ Plain Cotton Voiles, Is, Is. 2d, is W r^fcjjl \Fan-y CoL,ton Voiles, -10£d, U, 1/3. JILt 'Sffl 11 nark Ground Prints, 7£d,' lOAfl. is. * ^ |SfeS|l j . p!ain and Striped Galatcas, iO^.d, 1 OmO^WW / A 'nice lot of dross pieces hi Silk I - rEl»^S6«J' Crepes, Poplins, and Voiles. 'jS^ Fancy Serges from -Us 6d to 27/0. Manchester Goods are Priced Attractively 36in. White Calicoes, 4s ifH^ ? lid, 5s lid,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

Anthony Horderns' For iBffiiythlng ? GATEEBBD in the Fifty De partments under one roof tire the fruits of FOREST and TABM, KQOTB and MIM., aU con verted into forms of use and beauty by the labour and g-enius 'of man. Xhe world has been searched for all that ministers to the physical and mental uplift of society, and . Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices ASSURE EXCELLENCE AND ECONOMY Country customers ordering1 through the post axe treated in the same way as those buying1 at the counters. The same prices are charged, selections are made from the same stocks, and every thing* sent to the oountry is care fully packed by experienced men. Write fox Price Xiiste of any thing1 you want, post free on re quest. Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd., ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS NEW PALACE EMPORIUM BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. » r ~~ Special Announcement. Now is ^our Chance for XMAS BARGAINS!* Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 to 9/6 Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carey*8, Pair in Case, from 15/6-...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

SPORTING. The Maiden Handicap at War wick Farm on Saturday was won by Esteban, -who started se cond favorite at 5 to 2. Bon Chance (5 to 4 on favorite) was second and Marvos (8 .to 1) third. A 10 to 1 chance in Amuse ac counted for the Liverpool Mile, Nombi (4 to 1) being second and Delara (5 to 1) third. Challenge Crosse was favorite at 5 to 2. Royal Mint (5 t ol) was first home in the Juvenile Handicap, Kamiah (20 to 1) being second and Connseea (4 to 1) third. Eleven started for the Warwick Handicap. Willow Green was fa vorite at 2 to 1, Elystan being next in demand at 4 no 1 ; then followed Pongo at 6, Orzilia 8, Blueberry 10, Taunter 12, 20 to 25 to 1 others. Taunter won by a head from Willow Green, Elystan being a length away third. The Farm Stakes fell to Dave Whit ton (12 to 1), San Thome (8 to 1) being second and Tholma (12 to 1) third. A second favorite in Lord Liddell (7 to 2) won the Pace Welter from Corabar and Istrian. Applique was favorite at 3 to 1. Punters had a dis...

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A New Venture. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

A New Venture. Last week our reporter had^ the pleasure of inspecting1 Mes srs. McRae and Burke's new saw mill at Budawang, Mongarlowe. This mill is now almost complete ed, and should be in full -'swing in the course of a few days. Situated on the bank of Fagan's wood, it stands in a veritable forest of magnificent milling tim ber, which sihould be ample for all the nseds of a huge city. The plant is a most up-to-date one in every respect. Saws, ben ches, fittings, &c, are all of the newest pattern, while the whole is driven by a 25 h.p. Paxman en gin*e. When running at full pres sure the plant will be capable of keeping at least three * bullock teams going. The owners antici pate that they will cut close on 4000ft of timber per day. The flat surrounding the mill is lit tered with logs that have been drawn in ready for use. The wri ter has ? never seen such ^, mag nificent array of timber. Giant messmate and mountain gum logs lie side by side, the latter predominating. Mr. G...

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A GALLANT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 22 February 1916

A GALLANT FIGHT. Stirring details of how two two British motor boats gallantly fought a German gunboat on Lake Tanganika (East Africa) on Box ing Day are related by a partici pator, who says : — 'We sighted a great blot on the horizon steam ing majestically coastwise. Off we went, thouffh slue was five fold our combined tonnage. We were so small that the enemy did not sec us until we were 4000 yards off. Then she turned on us, doubtless expecting an easy capture. 'We steamed straight at her, and opened fire at 3500 yards. She replied, the slielis falling all around us, but without hit ting^ Our second shot destroyed her wireless, a third hit her on the waterline, and she turned and fled. We were faster, and the fifth shot killed th© captain and two of her crew. She then hois ted the white flag. We captured her after twenty minutes' fight ing—a powerful vessel, protected with large steel shields. She was hit in ten places. We were not hit, though' 'the enemy's gunners ?were from the ...

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