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STUD SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 19 November 1915

STUB SHEEP Mr. J. ii, Thomas, of "Kooken doon," Isyngan, has received a con signment o.H the well-known Oomi tlale breed of sheep, consisting of 20 2-tootli flock rains, 20 2-tooth stud ewes, and one stud ram. 'The.sheep are from the well-known breeder of Cornidales, Mr. Bnsor, New Zealand. The stnd ram is sired by Double^ I Braund, the leading sire of the flock, and is just over one year old, and at present carries a line fleece oi: long and bright wool, and was pro nounced by those who saw him ag being a fine specimen ot this breed.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

iletlioclist Ciiurcli. Nov 28—Giigandra 11, 7.30, Cur ban 3., Rev W. Jenkins; Booranda 11,- Breelong 3, Mr Holswich; Leitch.es Creek 3, Mr Renvoi life.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

'Catholic Church Gilgantira—lit and 2nd "Snnday Mass '8 and 10 a.m., 3X*votions 7.30 p.m. Gilganara—Third Sunday Mass 7.30 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. • Tooraweenah, thiru Sunday, Mass 10 r\ Coonnbara'bran, fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a.m., Uevofions 7.80 p.m. BarMdiiie.'fourth Sunday, Mass 10a.m. • Mund..oran—.Bvcry iii>h Sunday when occurring. Guiar—Bvery Saturday before 'second Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. Bin n away—Tuesday after fourth Sun cay, Mass 7 a.m. Periiwuugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass 8 a.m. BreeJong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. - a. in. Rev.' .Father Parker

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CHURCH SERVICE. Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

Holy Catkolic Church. English Branch. I Nov 28—Gilgandra 7.30 h.c.,' 1.1 | 7.30, Mogriguy 11, Buraangerie 2.30' c., 3, Brigalow 8 li.c., 10, Lutter worth 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

Vehicles of all. X>«aacs*?ii»tiojHi ixi Stock Sc Built to Order, Masosn - touailt (V ^Waggons are tine easiest mask ing and most re iialble oxu-tlie roads. (A. FIELD, of James Bell & AGENTS< Co., C ilgandra. 9 (J. CAMERON", Gilgandra Buggy and Waggon Builder, Wangaratta, Yic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

TRY THIS HOME RECIPE FOR W) COUGHS AND COLDS. SAVES 10/-. By a Qualified Cfiemisi. The followkig recipe for coughs and colds is used in thousands cf homes. It gives quick relief from troublesome colds, acts quickly in clearing the bead, promptly eases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma ' and other stubborn colds, and saves i o/- for youv pocket. Into a jug put four tablespoonfuls of sugar or honey,, three of treacle, two of vinegar, and a large breakfast cupful of hot water. Stir, then add one bottle of Hean's Essence. Pour inio a large clean bottie ready for use. j Yuu now have a pint of the finest family cough and cold remedy obtainable. It is equally good for both young ar^d old, contains no poison or injurious drug of any kind, is wonderfully effective, keeps good always, and is a great money-saver. tr " The mixture I make from Hean's Essence lk the best and cheapest cough mixture I have everused."—-Mrs. E. Delancy, Cobar, N.S.W. "My experience with Hean's E...

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At Home and Abroad. THE OPEN SESAME [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

TUB diBN. SESAME ow impossible to get work from the Norton Griffiths Coy. un_ .. less you have a union ticket that costs 8s. Last week a bullock - ■ driver applied, but was refused un til he could show a union ticket. H.»j •went away and tried another portion of the line, but was f>gain refused. He t.hen promised to buy a- ticket . /next day as he had no money on him, / but it was no use. Finally he turned /•tip nex^da}-, and, after handing over ( :8s, he go\ a union ticket, giving him ' the right to work, and a free paper weekly, in whose policies he does not feelieye. -Maeleay "Argus."

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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DISLOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

An'interesting case concerning the j prejudice of recruiting was heard- j before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., Blay- I ney, when William Mc'Dermott1 (56), was charged with, having made j statements likely to affect enlist ments. Charles Denton, C.P.S., at Blay.ney, stated that he was having luncheon in the Club House Hotel,. -Blayney, when he heard the accused remark, "These men with something to lose ought to go; if any of them asks me why I don't go to the war, I say to him., ''I have nothing to lose; why don't you go?" Bichard McNeice, J.P., stated that he heard M'Dermott say, "England doesn't want to fight; she can't fight; she is decaying; and has no popula tion. besides she is too brainy to fight. England-won't fight while she can get Australians to do so." Wit ness interrupted the conversation by saying, "I think it is a pity if you are the type of man that the mothers and fathers of Australia have been sending their sons to fight and suffer for." The accused, in evidence, admitted ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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FEDERAL CONTROL OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

FEDERAXi GOETSOL OF WHEAT Giving details of the result of the conference held iu Melbourne to ar range, details in respect to tlie Fede ral control of wheat; Mr. Hughes said that a Committee of Control would be appointed, consisting of the Prime Minister and the Minister for Agriculture in each of the wheat growing States, and the Prime Mini ster would be president and the Minister for Agriculture of Victoria would, represent the other Ministers . in their absence. This committee would have the full control over shipping, finance, the fixing of prices, and the disposal of oversea wheat. They wDuld have also the responsi bility of fixing prices in the respec tive States of wheat for local con sumption. This committee would have the benefit of the advice of re presentatives of the firms of Messrs. J. Darling and Sons, Dalgety and Co., and J. Bell and Co., the Govern ment agents, together .with represen tatives of the chartering agents, Elder, Smith, and Co., and Gibbt, Bright and Co. ...

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CONSENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

& To-morrow ! Ah ! To-morrow he must go Far from his home and kinsfolk—far away, And we who love dare not bid him stay. . . . Across the sea his comrades ! ' need him so, Dear God, dear God, help me to let him go, He could not stay behind, I know, I kuow, • When England calls for men! x 'More men ! each day. 1 would be base were I to bid hirn stay; But I am jus^a mother !-—Lord, and oh ! It simply breaks my heart to let him go— Becac.sc I'm human, Lord, .my tears must flow. J But joy and pride reign o'er my grief to- j day, . | With \vords of chees I'll speed him on his wey, . For they across the sea, they need him i so, j Oh. son ! To save my honor, you must]

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PUDDIN-HEADBD WILSON METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

* PtlDDIH-KMDBD WILSON METHODS. "John P..Robinson be says they •don't know everything down in ju ■<3ee." And it also seems very pro bable that they don't know every . thing about running a railway service in this State, That is, of course, if the methods adopted on the Dubfco -Coonamble branch are to be taken as .. -a criterion. The people of Gilgan . 1 -dra, like those in many other parts "of the State, have .contracted throat ' ^Afflictions owing to the necessity of ^?%,ving to constantly shout to the '^Commissioners retreating and abor. demandsjfor tricks. Conceding V -t.-'ft)iskt the service is shamefully • short. .^o"f polling stock, a grain of common ' ,';8ehso now and again mixed with '.Vt/heir working principles would ob ' .^viate a good deal of delay that at ".^resent is proving so vexatious. ^,.',r7H'Qro is a case in point. T'other day ' trucks were urgently needed by men. On that day down chort '^'^^edHhe train from Coonamble with ikore than the required emptie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

t^Tri i Pianos of Pure Toes Quality.11 Call or write fov free Catalogue &s*c3 prices of Satnes SSritisS^-Saniili piasios. You'll fimcS'it interesting. They are soldi fixlly || Guaranteed aincl or* EASY TERMS.

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CORPORATE COM[?]NION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

I CORPORATE COME V.; HIGH Corporate Communion will be made ab the 7.30 celebration at the Church of the Resurrect ion, next Sunday, Nov. 28th, 1915. Breakfast .will be provided in the Chelrnsfnrd Hall, being pj.i.uuirily intended for country communicants.

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NEW CINEMA THEATRE. MR. H. M. LEVY'S ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

MR. H. M. LEVY'S ENTER- | PRISE. Truly Australians are a pleasure loving people and although they can be stern, and fearless like those of the Anzac breed, they may be ap plicably described as a laughter lov ing race. That gay characteristic extends to the residents of Ofilgan dra and district. . Iiere amusement, is rife in all forms, but as well as the purveyors are catering, there seems to be a demand for more. Mr. H. M. Levy, lessee of the Imperial Hotel, believe so, as he is now hav erected immediately opposite his hostelry, a commodious and modern J building, to consist of a cinema theatre, 106 x 48 x 10ft, a billiard room (two tables) and barber's shop on the ground floor, and six offices on the first storey. Special means are to be utilised for reducing the temperature of the theatre during the summer months. A twelve-inch pipe with the necessary power is to be installed, by which cool air will be pumped into and circulated through the hollow walls of the theatre. Ninety feet...

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RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

HIF3LE CJLUB. Fifteen members competed in tbe club prize shoot on Sunday last. The competition was keen throughout, but not numerically strong. The club beasts of soine 120 members, but, owing- to harvesting operations occupying the time of the majority of them, the number of entries was riot so great as at ordinary times. A. Richardson, with a score of 60 won the aggregate, tbe prize being a pair of militarr hrris^cs. The fipfct m-rKj in the 600 yards contest was D. Ser escia, who annexed a fountain pen, and was followed closely bj- L. J. It.by, who was awarded an antimony photo frame. Mr Pocock was the best shot in the 500 yards, securing j an L and Co. pipe, whilst C. Twpper came second, and had '■ the honor of taking tbe sucking pig donated by Mr P. J. Kennedjy..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

GOOD COUGH' MIXTURE. Ff&rsractis R.ecipe Used in Thousands of HcineK. " Myself and family use ruan'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. Kay 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 water as directed. If it does not prove the 13 not 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 store...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

ISTovcmber wool sales .in London closed very firmly. Bash fires still continue to ravage the mid-North Coast. The proposed route march from Inverell lias been abandoned. % * * Owing to financial embarrassments' the Uralla Shire Council has decid ed to dismiss all the single men in. their employ. h % After the expiration of the present month no wheat can be sold or de livered except on behalf of the gov ernment. =K- «= * Thirty four bodies constituted under local government in IST.S.'W., have declared in favor of the earlier closing of bars. & # *• Fred Odding, a timberman, fell 1450ft down the main shaft of the Great Cobar Copper mine and was killed instantly. c Messrs-Andrew Thompson, farm er, (Lab0%and Edward Bernard Corsvf:^feefcha.nt, (Liberal) have been- /nomvn"a;Sed to contest the Wide Bay^Vlectoratd vacancy, occasioned by the^resigiiation of Mr Fisher. "if- '<V* Sergeant Hicks, ex-Mayor of Nyn gan, and now in Liverpool camp is an M.A. of Sydney University. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

LATEST MILLINERY NOVEUES ft , .•* r'" Panamas, Flowere, iiave;just opened the first I ''lot ©f our ■CO! ■SI K' [i bprmg iminerj somprise aSS the ¥EOT Ik [STyGREATIONS jm SViodeBs, idy-to-Wears,. Washing, jarsnas, aad Shapes. -SPECIAL :JRIM.MINGp HiSitary/Strips Silk, including Na ^a§ Brigade, lond^ Scottish, tedons, and R.A.M.C. These Military Stripes are , playing a prominent part in the'New Seasra's Trimmings We Cordially Invite Your Visit l' for we arts ernifidesit that we have maintained mv re ^■®si for escetaiwe rOTelt§es5 a^d up-to-date styles «deral Stores, uality Always Counts

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

MQ11QE TO TRESPASSERS' ANYONE found Trespassing on the property of the undersigned known as "Arthursleigh," or damaging fencing or gates, will be prosecuted, without re spect to persons. . All trespassing stock will be impound ed. ARTHURSLEIGH ESTATE. R. Van HEUCKLEUM, Manager. xwrsuRAisrcE! West of Scotland . Fire, Accident, etc., IS13i33,&&SS8 Of flee Agent for Gilgandra and District, Mr, JAMES LEWIS,"who will transact al nsurancebusines trespass kotoe. Any person found trespassing on Bid don property without permission from the owner will be prosecuted withou respect to persons. F. W. McKENZIE, Biddoa. 21st Dec., 1914. 'CAUTION Aitv person or persons iuurid srf spasming in any of the "Kiev/a,1 paddocks will" be prosecuted vitiiout ft i ther notice. \ AII straying stock will be rno [ j'-ouTi-ded. ANY STOCK found BREELONG or smj will be impounded persons JAI All persons shooting on ti| trespassing on docks, Collie^ so doing wilj respect to pc Anyone < ope...

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Come Reasons why Life is not all Beer & Skittles [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

BY A. W. YEO. 'Mrs. Simpkins had several daugh ters of whom she, 110 doubt, had good cause to be proud ; tint some how the rest of her neighbours and friends generally did not seem to par ticipate. in the; high estimation in •which she herself held them. Now, it is only natural that Mrs. Simpkins should wish ' to see her daughters well provided for in life, and seeing that her own income was not so absolutely astounding that it would make even an ordinary indi vidual like yon-or me stand and gaze in vacant wonder, she should wish to see each of t-em share life with a ' young man, who might be handsome or otherwise, providing he was cap able, in her never-failing estimation, of furnishing the wherewithals It so happened that, wheu the j daughters had all assembled all home i after receiving their education, a number of young men who were very eligible indeed, took up their abode in the district. This, viewed by an ■outsider, seemed very favorable ; but to the initiated, things in the...

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