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Another Good "Bridge" Sale. MARKET REMAINS FIRM. AVERAGES STILL GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Another Good 'Bridge' Sale. — ♦— — MARKET REMAINS FIRM. ' AVERAGES STILL GOOD. With .£20 18s 9d as the bale average, and- 15d as the average per lb for 1,150 bales in the large lots ; and with. £19 3s IOd and 13jd for 180 bales in the small lots (out of a total catalogue of 2,237 bales), the latest averages got by John Bridge and Co. at their sale on the 29tli ult., com pare most favorably with those previously' recorded. These ave rages go to show that, notwith standing the fact that the closing sales are now taking place, the market continues in a remarkably healthy condition, with a very promising demand for the balance of the clip. Glancing througlr the detailed results, we note that ?Mr. R. G. McClenaghaii, of Armi dale, tops the list with 18£d, and Mr. B. G. Dawson, Guyra, ,is clo sely .at hand with 18d, wdiile quite an array of. figures, scarcely less excellent, are the outstanding fea; tures of the sale. ^ ' The recent heavy rain ihas made a marked change in the appear ance ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT SERIAL STORY. PASSION'S TOLL. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Short serial story. PASSION'S tjl. (Continued). All the while she was in; -? his sight she walked with her usual stately grace, *but presently a bend of the road hid. ter from his view— then what a change. 6he hastened flier steps, her face grew black as night, her eyes flashed ominously, her strong, white teeth bit into (her nether lip. A few minutes brought her to the cottage, and then the pent up torrent of words burst forth. 'Mildred,' she cried, in a hoarse, shaking voice, as tine girl rose from her chair when she en tered, 'tell me this— why -have you fooled me and lied to me ?' 'Mrs. Holt 1' 'Oh, don't look like that ! As if you were an innocent child — you, who are a false, designing woman ! Who listened to my: prating of Cranleigh's lovte for me,: I wonder ? Who let me go out with him under tliie impression' that it was I only that he wan ted, knowing all the time' -that I was into, fool's paradise, that you had cozened him witOn your mock-innocent wa5*s and baby face into ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Anthony Hordei ns' For Everything GATHERED in the fifty »e . p&rtments -unSer one roof are the fruits of FOBEST and FARM, Wmns and UH-£, all con verted into forma of use and beauty toy the labour and ffsnlu of man. - - ' The 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 are treated In : the same way as those buying at ; the counters. The same prices are charged, selections are made from the same stocks, and every thing sent to the country i« care - fully packed by experienced men. Write for Price I-ists of any thing you want, poet free on re quest. Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd., ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS NEW PALACE EMPORIUM BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. Special Announcement, Now is Your Chance for XMAS BARGAINS!? — Barling's Presentation Pipee, from 7/6 to 9/6 Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carey's, Pair in Case,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

50 SiPLEB OF . .1 B0RSALIN6' and.. ENGLISH FELT HATS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. i 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 Geelong Tweed Trousers, 14/6 ; now worth more whole sale. '??'. NO WAB PRICES ABOUT THESE; . Gents' Plain Blue Drill Shirts, at 2/u, 4/3- ,,?;-..-- . Gents' Stripe Shirts, 3/3, 3/6. . Gents' Golf Shirts, fromV3/9. ,. . Ladies' ana Gents' Black Canvas Shoes, 2/1 pair. '. ; Men's Bluchers at 7/6. Men's Bluchems, 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 dozr Crewdson's 36in. Al Calico, 7/11 doz. 72in. Osman Sheeting, 1/5 yd. 80in. Osman Sheeting, 1/9 yd. Nurse Cloths, fb\ yd. Sample Towels, at clearing pri ces ,from 5d each. Camisole Embroideries, good qual ity, worth 1/2 ; price iOd yiL...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

DOWELLS BIG VALUES Will Please Economists ! Everybody wants to economise in these days, and. there fore it : is imperative to buy where you7 can get the best value for your money. Ladies who desire tcr save money in Drapery will find Dow eil's valuer unequalled. Our se lection of quality goods will appeal-to you. Proof is better than platitude — call and see the goods. jg^V Splendid Values in ^jJF^f* Dress Goods. «L JgJ&L y*$^^ Slriped Crepes, fast colors, 9d, ^iL^ ,/GnS^ Striped Cambrics, 7id, 9d, 10|d. ^^ J^Ov/ J Plain Crepes, 7±d, 9d, lO^d. *JP5g5sSvS|l Plain -ebteon Voiles, Is, Is 2d, Is UlII i^ylill Fansy Cotton Voiles, 10^d, .1.3, 1/3. IrasW'^fflnll . Dark Ground Prints, 7|d, 10M, Is. NVjOKj^lnlg Plain and Strjped Galateas, 10-Jd, ? K NmSpW^// I ^ n*ca ^ °'? (*rr3ss pieccs in Silk ftl^ iK^jp**/* Crepes, Poplins, and Voiles. JjjBr Fancy Serges from lls 6d to 27/0. Manchester Goods are Priced Attractively 36in. White Calicoes, 4s ifl|?' ^ ? lid, 5s 114, 6s 6d to «n flj \...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VERDUN. TERRIBLE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

VER1M7N. TERRIBLE SCENES. Many of the Verdun suburbs; have been severely hammered by the bombardment, and there have brien numerous civilian victims. A new church, and an old cathed ral were targets. On Thursday and Friday nierhts heavy shells fell at tho rate of almost one per minute. Parts of the town 'are in ruins. An infantryman in a sap be fore Douaumont saw the Germans advancing at the double. Sudden ly from the heigHiits -and slopes on either side heavy French artil lery, shortening the range, plou ghed the foremost ranks with 6in. and 8in. shells. Then dozens of batteries of the 75's came into the open and began a rapid fire on the advancing battalions. These melted away. 'We were eventually confron ted bx tenfold our own numbers,' he says, 'and withdrew 2000yds behind the fort in good order, our artillery and rearguard main taining a curtain of fire to pre vent the enemy from coming too near. 'Befora the enemy bad time to establish himself on btoe crest of the plateau we we...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

Victor Pianos I will I stolid all I climates, I they liave a beautiful tone and last a life time. I Write for I free Catalogue and I price list showing I Easy Terms. Paling's 338 George St. L.V SYDNEY NEWCASTLE and LISMORE. 1 [easy TIME [ PAYMENTS, i There is no necessity to delay purchasing your piano because you can't pay cash — our easy time -payments will make it quite easy for you to do so. ? -- \ i i- ' _ Y&u simply pay a small deposit — the balance can be paid by monthly instalments. We shall be pleased to write you full particulars— Catalogues are free. Every Piano sold is fully guaranteed. [PALINGS 338 George St. anafl( SYDNEY NEWCASTLE & LISMORE. 10 IF YOU WANT ANY JOB PRINTING SUCH AS Memorandum Forms Bill Heads —Receipt .Forme Order Forms Circulars Handbills Tickets of any kind v Yisiting Cards Memoriam Cards Ball Programmes Posters Sports Programmes Or anything else in the Print ing line YOU CAN GET IT Better and Cheaper AT THE : Review Office. MR. A. E....

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 7 March 1916

£1,000 'A. £1,000 WORK OF ART. WORK OF ART. Value ( FIRST ' \ Value £500 I GREAT PRIZE j £500 Or Twelue Months' Trip Bound the World and £100 in Cash for ONE PERSON, or Eight Months for Two. Note. — The teommittee, having paid full value for the work of art, is prepared to find a purchaser for same at advertised amount if winner so desires, also for 2nd and 3rd Prizes. Second : Value £100 Third : Value £50 And 97 other Prizes totalling £1000. Eight Hours Great Art Union. 60th Year—Diamond JubHee^-eOth Year Proceeds in aid of the Hospitals and Public Oharities of Australia. Prizes will be delivered to winners free of all charges. A list of winning numbers will be posted to an y person sending an addres sed envelope to the representative, with stamp uNaffixed. Buy from jour Local Agent on or before I5tli April, or send Pos tal Note, P.O. O., or stamps with Exchange added, direct to the representative, 165 Flin ders-lane, Melbourne, at once for tickets, and secure a chance in this grea...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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SHORT SERIAL STORY. PASSION'S TOLL (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

SHOKT^iRI^i3T(mi&' FAssioirs toll: (Continued). f Mildred, with a -quick; nervous : glance at her betrothed, said — 'It is the name I have always been known by, and that I have come to think my own, but my father once told me that it was not, and in my birth certificate lam called Seabright.' 'Seabright 1 Thank God I 1 knew it 1' cried Lord Sotherby, excitedly. 'Dear child, I have hoped and prayed for this day for years past, for you are my bro ther's child, my own niece, and I had 'despaired of ever seeing you.' ? In the bustle of question and answer that followed, .and in the newly-found relatives' happy pre occupation with each otttw^r,' Gwen doline was forgotten, and. ghe stood there leaning against the window frame— 4ier dark eyes full of sullen fire, her whole nature in a ferment of jealous rage. Here had the very tiling she was try ing to prevent happened in. spite of her, and she was slighted, for gotten, while her rival, tihie ob scure girl w'h-o had now David Cranl...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

Anthony florderns I New Palace Emporium I IS THE I FARMS' STORE 1 Consult our IHus- 1 ?-; traited Price Lists I for anything you 1 want. Write for 1 copies, post free on I request, and reap I the full bcnef it of I Anthony Ifordems' 1 Jmm Lnw Prices I f toy Save You Sovs. I ANTHONY HORDERN & ^ 1 | Limited rU Only Universal Provider* H New Palace Emporium I ?

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

'j^MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Marlejte remain oti a. par with the extreaa^ prices of- a couple of months ago, 1 have Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 PER CEftT. since opening This is what Opposition has done 1 The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL b.. me. BflTNo Inferior Meat Stocked. H. GRIGG, mfr The Cash Butchery, «Sp-* WALLACE ST., BRAIDW00D. £1,000 prIzes. £1,000 WORK OF ART. WORK OF ART. Value 7 FIRST ) Value £500 { GREAT PRIZE ) £500 Or Twelne Months' Trip Round the World and £100 in Cash for ONE PEESON, or ' Eight Moctlis for Two. _ Mote. — The Committee, having paid full value for the work of art, is prepared to find a purchaser for same at advertised amount if winner so desires, also for 2nd and 3rd Prizes. Second : Value £100 Third : Value £50 And 97 other Prizes totalling £1000. Eight Hours Great Art Union. 60th Year^-Diamond Jubilee — 60th Year Proceeds in 'aid of the Hospitals and Public Oharities of Australia. Prizes will b...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTANT GOLD FIELD. DISCOVERY NEAR TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

IMPORTANT GOLD FIELD. DISCOVERY NEAR TUMUT. The Goobraganda goldfleld is described by Mr. Jaquet, Chief Inspector of Mines, as an impor tant discovery. The field is in the parish) of Goobraganda, county of Buccleuch —about 30 miles from Tumut, in rouch, mountainous country, upon th© western bank of the left branch of the Goobraganda River. Gold has been known to occur in the locality for many years, and the alluvial deposits, which- ex ist along the river, a few mile.s below the reef, have been exten sively worked. The reefs were discovered last July by the Messrs. Stokes, and free gold can be seen in much of the stone. The ground in which the shafts /have been put down is decomposed, and close timbering is necessary, so that a minute ex amination of the reefs is not pos sible. The deepest shaft is only down 55 feet. Crushing^ have yielded ten ounces to the ton. An article published -in the 'Patris,' Athens, which is attri buted to General Daglin, exMin ister for War, prophesies the...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT. The principal subject before the Assembly on Friday night was the bill to disfranchise naturalis ed subjects of enemy, birth. Mr. Wade urg-ed an amendment to en- __ able returning officers to chal- ' lenge suspected aliens from en vering tu'o reierenaum douius. The second reading of the bill was carried on the voices. The second reading of the Nortilb Shore Bridge Bill was agreed to on the voices, and the bill was considered in committee. A number of questions were as ked in reference to the liquor problem. The Premier was urged to allow the alcoholic strengtlhi of spirits to be reduced. Mr. Hol man replied that the matter had been considered, but no decision had been arrived at.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OLD POLITICAL GAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

AN OLD POLITICAL GAG. ; Hie persistency with wihich the Tory press and politicians : abuse the Labor party for what i they are pleased to dub its slav ish observance of the party sys tem is as remarkable as it is ? mendacious. If is another case ? of people who live in glass hou ? sus heaving bricks promiscuously ? nbout the premises. That- jbhe ? Labor party caucus ie: the Go ? vernment, inasmuch as it directs ? the political steps of theGovern ? went, is admittedly perfectly ? rue. But, after all, this' is only ; ? the necessary result of our sys ? tem of party government. The ? system may be a bad one or it ? may be a good one. ' The' point is: ? jhat it is the one 'ivfliach Austra ? »a has adopted and Slavishly M ? wws. The Liberal party is jtist ? as dee]) in the mud 'as the Labor ? Party ls in the mire. It is plain * ? aif honesty for anyone to argiie ? °therwlse. This party Zm Its' ? ^cjses and its- ; secret . under I Slandings equally withthe otti©r.' We rspsat that the part...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOTEL HOURS. REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

HOTEL HOURS. REFERENDUM. The Government measure pro viding for the taking of a refer endum on the question of the clo sing time of hotels during the war was again before committee in the Legislative Assembly, on Thursday night. Mr. Wade took exception to the proposed method of voting, whicih*, he said, would lead to confusion, j V He thought Uhiat no law should be laid down with regard to plump ing for one particular hour, the best method \)f making the bill practical and obtaining an abso lute majority being by calling Up on every person to give first, and second choice. Tlie Premier defended the sys tem of 'plumping' by pointing out that there was a large num ber of people who wanted to vote for 9 o'clock, and outside of 9 o'clock had no opinion whatever. He proposed to give the right to 'plump' if it was wanted. Pre ferential voting did not prevent an absolute majority 'being ob tained. The whole principle was to obtain an absolute majority of the votes that were still operat ing...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VENEREAL DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

VENEREAL DISEASE. U The report of ihe. commission on venereal diseases which has just concluded its labors in Eng land strongly urges tlie Govern ment to- 'lay violent hold of the monster .with both Jiands. Exact ly why a commission* should have been ^appointed at all is past this writee's iinderstanding, except that it is the favorite political method of' dodging unpleasant re sponsibilities. ~; It cannot tell us more than jwq already know re garding the ravages -of syphilis. ' Our graveyards and asylums for years and years now have told the hideous tale plainly and em phatically enough in all . con^ science. Bad enough before, the war has aggravated the trouble. The number of syphilitic cases amongst our soldiers is simply staggering. ? This plague will* be amongst the very worst legacies of the war. Yet, remarkably enough, while tine wowsers '^owse dolefully and often concerning the ravages of drink, there. i« not the slightest mention of this worse menace, -which is destroy ing ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUGHES. A GREAT SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

MR. HUGHES. A GREAT .. SPEECH. Mr. Hughes, Prime Minister of Australia, was entertained at lun cheon in the House of 'Commons; Mr. Hughes^s speech was one of his most striking efforts, and was -delivered with great force and emphasis. He was constantly applauded and cheered. The Prime' Minister made a remarkable impression. In referring to the future rela tions between the mother coun try and the Dominions, he said : 'I hope to see a policy which will make the word empire mean something mor-» than in the past. A quarter of the human race are now bound by. a common form of Government. If we can establish for ever a federation of the em pire—call it what you will, it will ensure the peace of the world. You have been expanding the commercial and industrial posi tion at the expense of * national safety, imagining there is no re lation between them. Britain's ab solute dependence for her very existence turns, upon the posses sion of raw material for muni tions. Yet she has bound her self...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

I DOWELL'S BIG VALUES] Will Please Economists ! Everybody wants to economise in these days, and there- I fore it : is imperative to 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. I Proof is better than platitude— call and see the goods. I £3gfct Splendid Values in 1 ^P^T' Dress Goods. I «^ ^k, -£s^^ Siripcd Crepes, fast colors, 9d, I /I -k uA^S^l Striped Cambrics, 7£d, 9d, HHd. I flL S^V*v/ I Plain OrePes- 7H 9d- 10H- ' I aPS^JjsSjJ I Plain Cotton Voiles, Is, Is 2d, Is 1 ^ll r^iUll I Faacy CoMon VoiIes- load» ^ V'- I 11 j| I .isffll| I I Dark Ground Prints, 7£d, 10*d, Is. I ? Kl^B^^iil ! ! I P!ain and StriPed Ga!ateas, lO^d, I FR. nMBwWnv/ / ^ n*ce *oti °^ dress pieces in Silk I ? l^S l!BSfc.j3cwi Crepes, Poplins, and Voiles. I ' fMf Fancy Serges from Us 6d to 27/0. I # - . ? .* . I Manchester Goods are Priced Attractively I 36in. White C...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

COMMERCIAL. John Bridge & Co., Ltd., report: Sheep : A limited supply yard ed, in consequence of which com petition for all descriptions was most spirited. Prime sheep, both merinos and crossbreds, were fairly well represented, prices musing well up to the best of last week's big improvement. Extra prime crossbred wethers realised to the extreme price of 46s, while prime heavy crossbred ewes made to 36. A line of mer mo wethers also sold to 36s- and -wes to 32s. Young sheep, to other with those of inferior quality, sold at high rates for re stocking purposes. Lambs : A v^y light supply, quality being about, on a par with that of the last few markets.- Opening rates were a little lower, but improved as sales progressed, closing very arm at a slight improvement. \ rospects : Limited supplies of ?oth sheep ani* -cattle aretUpw m? for the next several markets, ana we feel certain that present ^ti-eme rates must be well main-., tamed. .? ? wh! 9ueensland Government 21 de«ded to p...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE CATHOLIC BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 14 March 1916

LOCAL AND GENERAL. , , THE CATHOLIC BAZAAR. This function, which has been eagerly 'looked forward to, and for which the various committees [have made the most liberal pro vision, will be opened at the Literary Institute on Wednesday afternoon next. The proceeds of the bazaar this year will be de voted to the new Catholic school building fund. For some years the neod of better accommodation for the children attending the school has been pressingly felt. The present building has out lived its usefulness. This may well be imagined when it is men tioned that it is .one of the old eat structures in town. It was erected, in fact, when the de nominational system of education was first established. It is true that it was removed from its original location in St. Bede's 'grounds, immediately opposite Torpy's hotel, but this fact has not tended to prolong its life, as it is a well-a-'coptod axiom in the building trads that the remo val of old buildings, besides being costly, has the effect of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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