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

And Inspect our"'ew Season's Range of Right up-to-date. i. ',@rcery and Clothing. Our VALUES and ASSOWTMKNT will astonish shrewdest of buyers ,1 Our New High Class Tailoring Dept. is now in full swing and we are already dovAg big business with a'smart range of Light-weight Suitings suitable Sor this climate,, We guarantee you a smarrt^'^, and excellent fit In short .the Last everything pertaiamg • to M-esi's is to foe found AT WISES' LIIMTED. . Australian Made .'Hats'and Clothing at .Wises" Limited. Gennine Panamas Australian Made Boaters Neckwear Men's Broadways l/a >, 1/115 2/6 Men's Collars in the leading shapes 5/ 11 and 8/11 doz., or 6d and Od each r ^ AJrv ■ Men's Underwear . Summer weight shirts or pants from 2/6 to 6/6 Men's Sox In plain fancies 91-d • to 2/6d pair Wide or Harrow leaf, genuine 10/6, 15/6, 21/, 27/6 Japs as above illus tratration 10/6 In newest snapes from 4/6, 5/6 and .6/6 Boys' 2/11, S/il.5 4/6 Men's Sac Tussore Suits 15/6, 21/ China Silk 57/6 Trousers f...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gilgandra Recruiting Association [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

A meeting of the Gilgandra Re cruiting Association was held at the Royal Hotel on Thursday evening last. The Predsident (Mr. W. A. Bard en) occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. T. Nash, J. D. Simons, A. F. Garling, H. Clark, A. F. Fitzhardinge, A. E. Perkins, P. J, McManus, C. H. Rich ards, G. Rankin, Dr. Peet, and the hon. secretaro (Mr. A. H. Miller). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The President explained that the meeting was for the transaction of -general business, and any person who wished to bring any subject forward -was at liberty to do so. The secretary—The meeting will 'be concerned mostly with accounts ■in connection with the route march, ACCOUNTS. , Wises', Ltd., forwarded an ac count for £9/12. Mr. McManus ex plained that the sum was princip ally for rolls of ribbon, a consider able number of which bad no^i been used. Perhaps the firm would be pi'epared to accept them in part pay ment. In reply, Mr. Richards (manager of ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOODOOGA'S GREAT RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

GQODOO©A'S is ESfiOBD Goodooo-n. On S&tarday^iiighfc,. -aWfl f01- any what is 'perbaps a r.ecoi^apire was portion of.the Bintish Tjan in created, when every siug'nV7algetfc Goodooga enlisted (says the |bvas 18. "Spectator?') The number Availed The greatest enthusiasm Pre^4 for throughont, and the men camel ward quite willingly.

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

Th© PJew 1916 A Beautiful, Exciusive Oar of Medium Price —so economical, so mechanically excellent and containing such complete qualifica tions for Australia that cars En its class are at present not obtainable* SPECIFICATIONS.—20 H.P. 4-Cylinder High Speed Engine totally enclosed with clutch and gear-box in one dirt-^roof unit; full floating rear axle. Equip ment as shown, including Delco electric self-starting and lighting system; 5 tyres on 5 interchangeable rims; electric horn; speedometer; engine-driven tyre-pump; tools, jade, atc. (5 detachable wire wheels if desired). jlai m

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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AMERICA'S RECORD [?]HEAT CROP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

AMERICA'S RECORD fHE AT. crop/ ■! ic the winter The latest c-stiraaiasnn the .Unit and spring "wheat cro^dou corres ed States (v/rites a vctober 12) pondent, under da noint to a record or 'In there is some disc ures of fche vario official estimate making the tot than 1.004,00: acreage oi." vvr^ at 40,169,000" 16.4 bushels 000,000 bur age is e"t?cru®? yielding 17.9 u , a total of 345,000,000 bushels jL As usual, !icy in the fig /perts, but the I largest of all ■vest no less" jbnshels. Th« i h»i estimated /ind the yield !, making 659, /'ing wheat acre /9,249,000 acres, fl ...ner acre, and Promises of donations to tlie last Ooonamble P. and A. Society's show to the amount of £30 8s are still un paid.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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CROWN LANDS SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

CRQWM LiAMDS' SSTTIiBM^ iSfT of The departmental statemenfr0wn lands applied for under the Q'ment Lands Acts a'hd Clpser 8ett}0vera Acts during the week ended K. -were ber 13 shows that 25,534 acrelby- 29 selected in original holdings ijapart new settlers. The lands set during the same period corajj^al 7312 acres in 12 blocks for or locks holdings, and 57 acres in two lyeeks for additionals. For the 19 acres since July ^ a total of 568,718 ;bold were taken up in 729 original/ addi ings, and 14,608 aeres in 7( seres tional areas; while 709,25^ for. \vct'8 set apart in y.o? blqcres in original holdings, "and 3124 16 blocks for additionals.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO UNTO OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

DO UHTO OTHERS. Had Bobby Burns known Gilgan dra of to-day he would never have written <£ man's inhumanity to rna'n makes countless thousands mourn." Here we find a kindly spirit of. help fulness for neighbours, and a fall desire to fulfil the Christian injunc tion, "do unto others, etc." A. typi cal illustration of this beautiful sentiment is strikingly pourtrayed in the action a>f district farmers in har vesting Sergeaat-Major Lee's crop gratuitously by means of a working bee. As everyone is aware, the Sergeant-Major left his farm to join the " Coo-ees," and his neighbours, being convinced that he had done the right thing, are showing their appre ciation by harvesting- his crop. Mr, J. W. Lithgow' undertook to organ ise the forking bee, and his efforts have been eminently successful. The willing workers will commence har vesting the crop on Sunday next, and intend completing thfe job in the day. Up to date the following have pro mised assistanceMessrs. It. M. Diggs, ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"GAZETTE" NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

"GiLZKTTB" NOTICES The following land will be made, available for homestead farms, on 3rd January, 1916:—Ooonsrnhie inn'' district, 1282 acres in one block, parish of Bourbah, county of Greg ory;' 15 milc^ , from Gnlftr railway station; the land is level, red and bandy soil, some black soil; part plain country, balance timbered with box, pine, oak, budtha, belar, myall and berrigan; crops may be grown for home consumption; water supply not pe -w^nenfc, supply in bore drain and t^T /'/annual rainfall, 24) inches. Capita' .value for the first period of 25 yes 4, £2197 10s Bel; annual ren tal, £54 18s lOd. Coonamble land district, 1544 acres in one block, be ing portion 30, parish of Biralbuug, county of Gowen; 5 miles from Gil gau&^a. The laud is gently undu lating, good red soil, timbered with box, oak, pine, ironbark and wattle; part suitable for agriculture; no per manent water supply; facilities for conservation; annual rainfall, 25 inches. Capital value for first period o...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHEAT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

. THE WHEAT BUSINESS. On Saturday night a large gather ing of farmers was held at Welling ton. and addrrssed by Mr. H. R. Piggott, and Mr. Jolm Hay lies, M.L.A., a&d a number of district farmers. Strong protests were made against the Federal and State Government's wheat proposals. M.esrrs. P. P. Madden and D. Kelly adduced calculations tending to show that at least 4s f.o.b. wus necessary as an advance, and that 3s would mean only Is 7d per bushel for wheat. af,ter all charges were met. Mr. Piggott explained that as a result of the conferences, shippers' charges had been reduced to 3§d per bushel. A saving of £50,000 on 30,000 bush els. (the N.SS W. anticipated export able surplus), and that the primage to be put'into pool should be worth £120,000 to New South Wales farm ers. A motion was earned—" That this meeting agrees not to deliver •• until such time >mbl? hy the Fed" N ,UU/*'Wn 1, „ „ I, N eral and State Goveriime^"^0 oee11 removed." The meeting afs^rme^ itself into...

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

- GII<p'' HOSPITjili;'-:-1 '■^ r? Early in the week, Mr' N. W. Far ran d, hon. secretary of the Gilgan dra Hospital informed us that cir calars bad been despatched to local farmers asking for donations of wheat on behalf of the hospital, and' arrangements 'made with district . wheat buyere to receive all donations that may be forwarded. Those who have not already contributed, and are billing to do so, are urgently re quested to donate as funds are pre saingly needed. The committee trnst the response will be a liberal one. The secretary wishes to ack nowledge with thanks the following, donations, viz. Union Bank, Gilgan dra, £2/2 • E. G. Golquhonn, 19/3 (being the half proceeds of a sale of Chrysanthemums as promised last season).

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SERIOUS RIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

SERIOUS RIOT. A furious riot occurred at Manly on Monday night. The row, which was a prolonged one, was the result | of a fight ,\m Saturday night last ill I a fruit; shop, when a returned soldier was struck with a ginger beer bottle, causing severe bruises.; His coria rades rallied on Monday r/iglit. and were harangued by one of their num ber, who ordered "form fours;" They then marched to the shop, and swarmed inside, crying,' "We want those Greeks ! " Forir of the em ployees went for their lives, and thd manager escaped through a side door. The crowd surged through the shop, and stories were thrown. Someone' fixed two shots from a revolver, and things were beginning to assume a serious aspect, when the police, by a series of short rushes, succeeded in driving the'crowd back towaids the wharf after many hand-to-hand en counters. The soldiers armed them • selves with pieces of piping and wooden rollers, and burst through the poliee cordon. They rushed the shop again, and broke ever...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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FROM BOURKE TO DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

FROM BOURKE TO DUBBO Says Dubbo "Dispatch""Mr Dash is to be congratulated on quickly "scotching" Mr Nicholas' motion for a route march from Bourke to Dubbo. A tramp from Bourke at^this time of the year, with the thermometer at about 110 •in the shade, and long stretches between drinks, would not be likely to appeal to many. Compared with the recent Gil gandra tramp, it would S.be reminiscent of the Israelites march through the de sert after passing^out of a land of milk and honeys . If $$■>" ' %

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PIPES OUT! [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

PIPES OUT ! Speaking at a farmers' meeting at Dubbo, Mr Warren, "Mayor" of Coboco, said he would make it an indictable of fence to smoke' in the harvest field. About the best means to adopt in order to cause a fire was to go about in a har1 vest field with an open lighted pipe. If a farmer warned an. employed against smoking in the field he would probably be told to go to a warm place, and the: farmer would, perhaps, lose a man. The use of wax matches should be prohibited during the summer, months; ■

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BACK FROM THE WARS. PRIVATE GALLAGHER RETURNS WITH HIS WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

BACK FROM THE WARS. PRIVATE GALLAGHER RETURNS WITH HIS WOUNDS. Gilgandra has sent roany men to •help keep the old flag- flying1, but the first to come back, with the battle scar's fresh upon him is Private Oweu Gallagher, who is 'now convalescing in the town. Private Gallagher, prior to joining the army, was employed on Mr. E. E. Beveridge's "Brook- j lauds" property, and as he remained there for three years, should be well known in this locality. The gallant laero did not enlist in Gilgandra but in the city, hence the fact of his hav ing gone to the front might hot have been generally known. After train ing several months at Liverpool, Pri vate Gallagher was drafted on active service with the fifth reinforcements. He saw very little of Egypt, as after eight daya' sojourn ■ there he was hurried on with bis battalion to Gal lipoli. He arrived at the theatre of war on the 5th of August, and got his first glimpse of the landing place 'where Australians earned immortal glory at 3 o'cloc...

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

Australian Hall. The Palace of Aiiusement. Programmes for Saturday and W?E*iesday Next Saturday, Nov. 27th: The Candle & the Moth SPECIAL STAR FEATURE—A No'rdish Drama English Gazette TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items Oupld In a Hospital COMEDY , ' Spies, DRAMA A Picture well worth seeing Piedulucq and Surroundings. SCENIC Caught in the Act KEYSTONE COMEDY Lucky Lover v r COMEDY f, Dec. 1st: The Trap Door STAR FEATURE. Kalem Masterpiece acknowledged by the press Australian Oazette, No. 254 TOPICAL and CARTOONS OF THE MOMENT The Bugle Hall DRAMA Up in the Air COMEDY The Baby DRAMA Amlrose's Sour Grapes KEYSTONE COMEDY On the Lazy Line COMEDY For the Comfort of their Patrons the Management have Installed Electric Fans. PRICES XJS UAL.

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UNIVERSAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

' !'■— 1^— The case for Universal Service is well set forth iu a pamphlet issued by the Universal League, a copy of which has just reached us. Univer sal Service, is not, we fear, thorough ly understood by the majority of people. The object of the League, which has as its president Professor Edgeworth David, and a strong--com mittee, is to advocate the adoption for the period of the present war of the principles of: universal compuls ory service at home or abroad, in the battle field or elsewhere. The league holds that the Government should find out what help in money or in work every roan and woman, every lad and lass, can best give it. The arguments in favor o? Universal Ser vice as outlined iu the pamphlet are such as should appeal to every Aus tralian. The menace of the German danger is forcibly illustrated and the steps which, must be taken to counteract it &re clearly indicated. It is not necessary, nor would it be expedient, that every man should be in the firing line...

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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Nov. 26, 1915 MR. CHRIS. YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

THE — GILGAHDRA WEEKLY Gligandra, Friday Nov. 26,1915 MR. CHRIS. YOUNG Mr. Chris. Young, who is so "well and favorably known to Orange audiences, has sold out his hotel pro position at Trundle to a Victorian buyer. The hotel was 'a veritable j gold mine, and Trundle public will find it a hard matter to get a more popular townsman that .Mr. Young, who enjoys distinct popularity wher ever he goes.

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

A. S. Carroll PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST filler St., Gilgandra. Sole Agent for HEM© PIKE CURB. Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3s Horatio Beveridge, Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR .CONVEYANCES' AND LAND AGENT TRUST!. FUNDS TO LEND. '~riTZM ARBINGE Solicitor, ^!c Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately, occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) j i Moneys to Lend oh approved se- j eurity at reasonable, rates of interest. No Commission. All descriptions of Land Business. A CARD. : ejo kesi^jltst Late of Wellington, Solicitor, Fj?octos?, saxieS. Has commenced the practicc of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con- I suited at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. j All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambone and outside centimes as required. Wolaroi Grammar School, Orange 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day School for Boys A sound education by highiy qualified Sracluate stafl to the University Higher j Matriculation Exam. j Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate. Next T...

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

TENDERS are invited for the SUPPLY of FIREWOOD up to 5ft in length and not iexceeding 12in diameter delivered on Trucks Coonamble in '50 ton lots. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted FALKINER ELECTRIC COMPANY, 5 Moore Street, Sydney

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LITERARY INSTITUTE NEW BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 26 November 1915

NEW BOOKS Since the -war dogs have been loosened, interest in the Gilgandra Institute has considerably weakened, and, at the present, it may be said to be almost languishing. The mem bership roll now contains 100 names, but this is an infinitisimal number, considering the population, of the town is somewhore between two and three thousand persons,, The De bating Society in connection with the institute has also "deiated -and vanished like a sea mist in the sun," and, although desperate efforts have been made—even to the extent of putting the local Sherlock Holmes on the job—to solve its present -whereabout, all efforts have failed. The Institute is conducted on modern lines, well furnished with books, magazines, pictorials, newspapers, etc., so it should have ranch more support than it is receiving, especi ally considering the subscription is only 2/6 for males, and 2s for ladies, cards, games, and draughts are in cluded for this sum. Books just re ceived, and now on the shelves, ar...

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