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THE MEN IN HIGH COMMAND. THEIR AGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

TltEMEN IN HIGH COMMAND. THEIR AGES. The London 'Daily News' has collected the statistics of the ages of the various British, French', and German generals in higjh com mand, and it finds that now, since Sir John French's resigna tion, there is only ona such Bri tish general over 60, and that the average age of the British generals is ten years below that of the Gorman generals. Sir Douglas Haig is only 54, Gene ral Munro, who has command in in the Eastern Mediterranean, is 55, General Smith-Dorrien, who has gone to East Africa, is 57, General Nixon, commanding in Mesopotamia, is 58, and General Botha only 52. In' France Gene ral Joffre is 63, and most of the generals serving under him are over 60, being nearly all vete rans of the war of 1870. With the Germans old age is considered no bar to high command. Gene rals von Hindeiiburg and Mac kensen are, respectively, 68 and G6, Generals von Bissing and von Falkenhausen are 71, von der Goitz is .72, von Kluck is 69. the same age as Prin...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

WAR NEWS. The latest Paris official mes sage regarding the battles in the Verdun area shows' that fierce fighting is still going on round the village of Douamont. The Germans have gained no more ground, and the French have taken back some of that which* thsy lost. The bombardment is fiercer than ever, and has exten ded to the western side of the River Mause. Field-Marshal von Haeseler is in command of the Germans, under the Kaiser, and it is also believed that Field Marshal von Mackensen is pre sent. The Germans, concentrating most of their efforts in the re gion of Douaumont, succeeded in entering the tenaciously defen ded village. It was one of the three essential points to the whole positidn, whic'h, consists of the village, the redoubt, and the fort. The Germans lueld the village for a few hours on Feb ruary 25, but it has changed hands several times since. The struggle for ths redoubt has been equally hotly contested, the French holding it at present, while the situation regard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

?*' THE EVENT OF THE YEAR! LOOK OUTFOR IT ! ST. BEDES BAZAAR ? OPENS ON — ^ Wednesday, 15th March and will continue' on 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th Proceeds in aid of New School. Look out for Particulars W. McLEOD, Hon. Sec. gf MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Markets remain on a par with the extreme prices of a couple .of months ago, I have Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 PER GENT. since opening This is what Opposition has done ! The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL by me. H^'No Inferior Meat Stocked. H.GRIGG, ggf3 The Cash Butchery, ifi&fe'' WALLACE ST., BRAIDWOOD, *' IMPORT AST CLEARING SALE! at gunghaleen station, queanbetan; Tuesday & Wednesday, March 14th & 15th/ 1916. TTNDER instructions from the Executors U of the late E. K. Crace, owing to the Statioi having been resumed for Federal Capital purposes. BADGERY BROS. (Sydney) — AND — S. L. ROBERTS (Queanbeyan) (Auctioneers in conjunction) Will sell at auctio...

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ONE WAY OF "RAISING THE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

ONE WAY OF 'KAISING THE WIND/' ? L_ 1 I In view of the fact that tho I State Tivasurer is looking eome I what anxiously round for iW I sources of revenue to make up I for deficiencies created *by the I Jjrar, a proposal has been 'made I mat it should leeralfea tiht- total i I sator and promote a State sweep I on similar lines to those conduc I ted by Tattersall. Tliat a large I mcome could easily be derived I »'om these sources goes without I saymg. Even the 'wowser' ad I mits this much. But he questions I 'Je. F^ity of the business. Ac I J«nhng to this viewr Of 4he case I ^e adoption of either of these I Proposals would lead to an in I 'ease in the gambling habit and I KgU the community to,- the I 2 at a faster P^e than he I XS ? is Z°'mS *Mi the ex I r, S . laciIities. It is always I ihnL maks wM assertions I th, L™nhin8- With regard to I no°tallsator- for instance, there' I h no proof that it creates more ? jramblers- than the bookmaker. It is in operation in New Zea land. Wester...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

I thusspay, wawcH 16. ! a. W.SCOTT WILL sell by public auction, at the usual time and place, 146 Head of Good Local Bred Cattle, , AS FOLLOWS : 80 STEERS, 2 'years old, good colors, good condition 25 MIXED STEERS AND HEIF \ ERS, Devon and Durham cross, all one brand 25 MIXED STEERS AND HEIF ERS, good quality cattle, best of colors ?''- 6 STORE COWS, good coiidftion 10 MIXED CATTLE — ALSO- 200ROMNEY XBRED LAMBS, one mark, on 3 age, unshorn, Cooper dipped ,carrying great fleeces. Saturday Next, 11th March. R. S.ljOWE WILL sell by auction, at his Yards, on the above date, at 2 p.m. sharp, on account of Meesrs Eennedv, Davis, Wil liams, and others, 100 Head Good Cattle, COMPRISING : 12 EXTRA GOOD STEERS, 2 to ,- 3 years old 10 BULLOCKS, 4 years old. 30 STORE COWS 30 YOUNG MIXED CATTLE, 10 months to1 1 year old 20 HEIFERS 10 SPRINGERS 7 STEERS, U years old (fat) 8 HEIFERS, 'prime fat, 2 and 3 years old. And a few NICE COWS,' good. -ALSO-' ? . '?vl ? ; 50 MERINO EWES 150. XB LAMBS, June a...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE LATE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ? ,w ^ ? ^— THE LATE SHOW. The gate takings at the . re cent Show disclose a falling off of over £30 on last year's total. Under the circumstances the committee was lucky the loss was not heavier. In view of the weather on Thursday tine atten dance was remarkably good. If me snow were not sucn a popu lar fixture the attendance would have been considerably less. The beast used in the weight guessing competition was slaugh tered on Friday and weighed in the presence of Messrs. T. Galli gan and L. Chapman. It turned the scales ait 3961bs. Those who guessed the correct weight were Messrs. W. M. Hyland, J. Foord (Tarago), Miss M. Burke (Jingle money), Miss Maggie ? McGrath (Jembaicumbene), Mrs. M. Thomp son (Manar), Misses Mary and May Allen, and Mr. L. Chapman. The £5 prize will onsequently have to be divided between them. The prize for sheep dog was won by Mr. P. Kennedy, of Bombay. The following are the. tests for tli3 milking contest, which was won by Mr. T. Kenned...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

SECOND DAY. BRAVO HANDICAP, £20 ; 6 fur. A. Hughes's Sunnyhaven, 7.5 - (Linkenbagh) ? 1 T.. M. Royds's Cumber Lass; . 9st (Keyte) .... .?,-*.*, ? 2 R. Walker's Scotch '. Belle, 8.5 ? (Geegan) ..'..,..... ? 3 Other starters : Sonsie Peg (8.7), Zaren (8.7). . . .Betting : Evens Sonsie Peg, 3 to 1 Cumber Lass and Zaren, 4 to 1 Scotch sBe He, 5 to 1 Sunny haven. This was another ^magnificent race. As they entered the straight it was any horse's race. Sunny haven, Cumber Lass, and Scotch Belle raced neck' and neck, and Sunnyhaven managed to squeeze home t in the last stride by a nose from Cumber Lass, - who was a short neck- in front of Scotch Belle. Time,, 1.16J.' SHIRE STAKES, £10 ; 64fur. J. Seary's Kennelf, 9.1 (Gee «ah)'-. ? -..? 1 F. Wheatlcy'S; Involution, 8.5 v (Stuart) ? 2 A. Hughes's Iliaroo X.ad, * 8st - .(Linkenbagh) ? 3 Other starter : Lone Hand (8.7). Betting : Evens Kenneff, 3 to 1 Involution and Lone Hand, 10 to 1~ Iliaroo Lad. Won easily. Time, 1.181 PUBLICANS' PURSE, £1...

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AN UNLUCKY MARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

AN UNLUCKY MARE. Cumber Lass was the most un lucky runner at the late Braid wood races. She ran two seconds and two thirds. In the Bravo Handicap she was only beaten by a nose. In two of the other races she was severely dealt with and her chances cempletelv destroyed. In one of them her rider was carpeted by the stipendiary stew ard for not reporting the matter, and severely reprimanded^ He was told that for the future Wihen any interference occurred he was to immediately make a complaint. Acting upon 'this injunction he complained of , interference in the Farewell .Handicap, and although this w,as soon by ths starter, rider Keyto1 got no satisfaction for his pains, and the public who backed her saw their money cast to the four winds of heaven, or, more correctly speaking, to the book makers. Furthermore, the mare started in the Borough Handicap carrying 9st and finished .up in the Farewell with exactly 'the samo weight. It is true the oth er lierses were brought a little closer to ...

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Braidwood Races. Successful Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Braidwood Races. Successful Meeting. ^e annual meeting - of the Braidwood Turf Club opened on Friday. There is an old saying here, whidh* almost amounts 'to a proverb, that if thsre is any rain about the Braidwood races will cause it to materialise. On^ seve ral occasions the weather for the Show has been delightfully fine, while rain followed the same night. This year the Show was afflicted with two wet days, while the races were favored with ideal weather. As a result 'the atten dance was large, . although not quite so numerous ag that of the previous year. This, however, is probably to be accounted for by the fact that fchie rain on Thurs day prevented many people from outside places from attending. On Saturday there was a larger at-, tendance than usual, the receipts from the saddling paddock total ling £80 14s against £69 15s 6d the previous year, which was a record for .the club. On Friday the revenue from this source was £55 Os 6d against £56 11s in 1915. the total* for the t...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ? * ? . [From Oar Correspondent] SYDNEY. ' - Monday, 5 p.m. According to the Licensed Vic tuallers' Association meetings of Lodges, Friendly Societies, -??' &c, held in hotel rooms, will not be interfered, with under the early closing proclamation. The executive council of the prohibition party lias decided tli at the Government should be asked to .immediately legislate for pro hibition or to restrict the pro duction and sale of liquor. The Federal Ministr yhas taken steps to see whether it is pos sible for the graves of Anzac heroes at Gallipoli to be cared for, ' or at least preserved until such time as it is possible for the nation, to take this honored task in hand itselfr The Acting Prime Minister said he hoped and believed fchiey would get through tltoe war with the voluntary system, but failing a quick pnrolm^nt of msn other methods will be necessary. According to orders in - the 'Commonwealth Gazette' alien ?-means any person over the age of 1.3 yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS^ It is estimated that 120,000 German and Austrian troops are distributed throughout tte Bal kans. f; The whole of the Balkan ^i Sta- tes- are greauy exciteu over me attempt to assassinate En ver Bey.. It is considered that the incident is possibly a prelude to ~& popu lar demand for peace. The struggle wltic'h was loca ted in the village of Douaumont has extended. The eneniy on Sat urday who attacked our lines, to the fort of Douaumont were 're pulsed by a curtain of infantry and gun fire. The bombardment was continued at night with .some intensity along the whole front eastward of the Meuse and west ward on Mpnthonne Gooseliill. It is reported from Rome that 20 Dreadnoughts have left Kiel. Two Zeppelins bombed . the. north-east coast of England on Sunday night. The result is not yet known. , * ~ *\ ' ? The Band had an extremely busy time last week. In addition , to playing both days of the Snow and races, it played each- night in Wallace-street. On Friday an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

l4ttefiti€-iif Ladies I -??: * '? . - ? ? : ::??.? 8EADY- TO -WEAR HATS in Latest Style, just to hand, at R. M. HIGGINS'S Gom-inercial Stores.: XJntrinimed Velvet Hats. Ready -to- Wear Felt Hats. 'Special Value in Coats, Skirts, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery. Serviceable House Elouses. Ladies' Goats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. The Very ***a^m m^^+- New and Lowest '!9|li ,HPr Stylish Prices. Goods. AWAITING YOUR KIND INSPECTION. K. M. HIGGINS, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'Phone 11. ? ' Irvine's SPARKLING HOCKS Great Western AND CHAMPAGNES Vineyard, Tie. SUPPLIED UNDER ROYAL WARRANT TO THE KING. . Agents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney. ASK FOR The Champion Record Prize Winners, 1915. SYDNEY iA T-XPT WIPQ BRISBANE 1L Awards. X*7 J7XVJ JLJjEJO - 8 Awards Gaidwell's FAMOUS ' CALOWELL'SWINES, LTD., 65 Macquarie-sl, Sydney. lljiMiuwiian SPARKLING CIDER t(Mercui y Brand' 'TRY IT, ON ICE.' ; Agents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

EUCALYPTUS OIL IAI T AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY. Price, 5\d per Ib. Gash at Scales at McDonald's Store, Braidwood. FRED. WEBB, MQNGARLOWE, Eepresenting A. J. BBDWELL, York Chambers, Market Street, Sydney. Sol. Green, : . LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. Commissions executed on all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING PRICES obtained on all WEEKLY EVENTS ?'£?. IN ANY STATE. W BEPLY, NO BUSINESS, all. communications T . e Receive Prompt Attention. sufficient address- SOL. GREEN, Sydney. J ? T7 ? 1 GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK I re, no MiNmuM OF NEW SOUTH WALES, iwra&t DEjPOSlT. ^ jj^ offlce. n MOOSE-SS., SYDNEY. 1 LIMIT. .Commissioners:— JR. A. WARDEN (President), W. tt O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALL - SEUOKiTV A3XD SATISFACTORY INTEREST FOB^YOTm SAVINGS. DEPOSITS received from 1/- upwards . - HfTEBEST ^tjld at 334 per cent, per annum on all balances up to £50 0 on accounts opened under the condi tions, of Government Savings Bank Acts, and up to £2J)0.ion accounts open-' «d wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

DENTISTRY. R. N, BTJLIi, Surgeon Dentist, Koorali,' Duncan-sfc. West, Braidwood. HOUBS : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; .Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Sundays and Holidays by appointment only. ARALUEN visited third Tuesday and Wed nesday of each month. NKLLIGEN : December 7th, 8th, 9th. Krawnrree, Captain's Flat, Jerange, and Nerriga visited Quarterly. ? ?; LEGAL. ~~ I E. J. ROA€#, ! SOLICITOR, ^ IS now carrying on the bufiness of the LATE W. h. FELL, of B&idwood j under the style .of . ??'''-??% ??? FELL, WANNING AND roach; I OFFICE : Literary Institute Buildings. ' jr.... ' ^^m^mmmmm I ;' ALL COURTS ATTENDED. i Advances arranged on Approved Securities Loral Agent South British Insurance Co. Telephone 47. ' # \ ?' PRESS N-mc& ? ♦' — ~^~ , . -r-^ WE cordially invite correspondence from our friendB throu^bu^fre District upon all matters of public ^:-lo^:.mte'r®Bi. We deBire to make.* this -f^sii^C^Iable And complete record/olalldiBi^l^^^B.,, -: Ali contribiitii^feowfyer, muB^^B^i-^f...

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THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK. There's a chiel amang ye takin' notes; An' faith he'll prent em.— BuBNfl.

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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Moon's Fhabe. New Moon, 4fch March. T-8 Braiflwooil Beview. For the cause that lacks assistance ; For the wrongs that need resistance ; For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. TUESDAY, MARCH 7.

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WAR PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

WAR PROFITS. The Cairn Steamship Line has declared a dividend and bonus equivalent to 3Q per cent., as compared with 10 per cent, in 1915, The Moor Line has ^declared a dividend of 25 per cent., as com pared with 12^ per cent, for the previous year, rue pronts total led £374,248, and exceeded the paid-up capital. The British 'Statist' estimates that the sihiipowners' net gains,, last year were 575 per cent, high er than in 1913, after paying half of their surplus to the Treasury.: iMeanwhile the directors of these profit-extracting shipping, com -' panics ars just as industriously. as ever engaged singing 'Gorv Save,' and slinging an odd- Jjun dred or two into the patriotic funds. An4':. the long-suffering British public have ^us. peculiar satisfaction of pajing the piper and doing without-many things to which thie'y were accustomed in pre-war -days. „ . , . , The' Berlin Lbkai Anzeigcr de Glares that since February 21 thc- . Germans liays gained 170 square miles— that is. quadruple...

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SOLDIERS' DEPENDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

SOLDIERS' DEPENDENTS. Regulation 47 vof the War Pre cautions Act has been ' amended to provide for the protection of the chattels of female dependents of soldiers. The paragraph . as amended now reads :-— i (1) No person shall, under a bill of sale or writ of executioiix or other process, issued by d Court or by way of distress, seize; or take possession . of (a) any chat tels which are used by any fe male dependent of any member of a force raised for service be ?yond Australia to support or as sist in supporting herself or any of -the family of such member : or (b) any furniture or wearing apparel belonging to such member or female dependent ; provided that if the furniture and wearing apparel belinging to such member and his female dependents ex ceed in value £5p, any article may be seized and taken posses sion of, under due authority of law, if the articles remaining are not less in value than £50. (2) If any person contravenes the provisions of this paragraph he shall be guilty ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

? ? '; ::^o00^^-r'' The Maiden Hanoicaplaaf Moore field on Saturday'~w.as-won by Go ally, who started at -5 to 1 in a big field. The favorite, inverskip, (3 to 1) was second- and System (6 to 1) third. The Nursery Han dicap fell to Burradoo. who star ted second favorite at 7 to 2, Royal Dude (7 to 4) being second and Krithia (20 to 1) third. Her ringbone was a warm favorite for the Flying Handicap at 2 to 1, but failed to run into a place. A 6 to 1 second favorite in Mar garita won from Herbie (8 to 1) and Gigandra (10 to 1). A 10 to 1 chance in First Stitch acoun ted for the Kogarah Stakes, La din Queen (4 to 1) being second ^nd Malfa (6 to 1) .third. There were six starters for the March Handicap. .Dave Whittpn, the south coast (horse, was instal led favorite at 11 to 8, Orzilla being next in demand at 9 to 3. Delara won by a head from the fast-finishing Sir Howard, who was five lengths clear from Orzil la. Dave Whitton was a head away fourth. The Rockdale Mile fell to Cavan Boy, ...

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