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ST. BEDE'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

ST. BEDE'S BAZAAR. The bazaar was continued on Friday and Saturday. On the lat ter night there was a good crowd present. On the whole, towever, the attendance has not been so large as last year. This is only 'to be accepted as a sign or the times. Wg understand, however, that the returns so far (have been very satisfactory. It was not expected that last year's re sult, when over £500 was re turned, would be reached, but when the numbers ,go up tlhie takings will not bs found to be very far behind. The bazaar concluded last night, when tifc raffling for the -chief prizes took place. In our last issue, 'owing to an unfortunate oversight, we omitted any reference to the Re freshment, Stall, whic&n-was under the capable management of Mrs. M. J. McGrath, of Braidwood. Her staff of assistants were Mes dames Stein, W. McCaffrey, Wil liams, Bond, Backhouse, Cotting ton, and Misses Stone, McGrath, McCurley, Doherty, and J. Stein. In the list, of ^assistants in the Produce Stall, whic...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

sporting/ .^,,7 ? : ? a- ? ? Tlie Maiden Handicap at Can terbury Park on Saturday ;was m in two divisions. Edgfcrn pearl, who started at 7 to 1, ac counted for 'the. first, the impor ted Tread well; who was backed down to 5 to 4 on, being Hr first home in the second. Heatherbrae and March on divided favoritism in the Nursery at 5 to 2. They finished in ms oraer uumuu, wiui' Ocsarionstte third. Rualma (5 to 1) won the Flying Handicap from Margarita (3 to 1) and Annex (3 to 1), while old Gigandra, ' not withstanding a steadier of 10.2, carried off the Stewards' Mile, for which toe started favorite at 5 to 2. Cesarious was favorite for the Canterbury Handicap at 5 to 4 *on, Kandos being next in demand at 9 to 4 against, while the on ly other one backed was Sir Howard at 6 tk- 1. The rest of the field started atl 25 to 1. The winner turned up in Gazorus, who won by a head from tihie favorite, Kandos being third. A warm favorite in San Thome (10 to 9 on) won the Park Stakes from Clash of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. The last days are announced by advertisement for the pur chase of tickets in the Eight Hours Great Art Union, in wrich the *first prizef offered is valued at £500, of, as an alternative, the winner may have twelve months' trip round .the world, all expen ses paid, and £100 in cash for incidentals, or eight months' ; trip for two persons. This is I the 60th annual demonstration I held by the Eight Hours Com-. mittee — their Diamond Jubilee and the Art Union is organised jj in connection with the same, the proceeds being devoted to the public hospitals of Australia, j nearly £2000 having been distri buted each year for several years past. Among the tickets sold by the Interstate representative dur ing the last four years were no fewer than 150 prizewinners, in cluding .first, second, and third on \ two1 occasions, as well as a large j number of the other more impor tant prizes. The tickets are one shilling each, and may be obtain ed from the local agent, or dire...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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PECULIAR REASON FOR NOT ENLISTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

PECULIAR BEASON FOR NOT ENLISTING. At last meeting of Bulli shire a letter was received which gave an extraordinary reson for not enlisting. The writer protested against the discourtesy of the Council's inspector. He said he did not mind the inspector mak ing a complaint aoour me drains, but he did object to having Ms wife insulted. He added that he was thinking of enlisting', but he now considered it his duty to re main .at home and defend his wife while such men as thiese are allowed to stray about. General Sir Douglas Haig re ports many aerial combats on the Britysji front*

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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OUR SCHOOLS COLUMN. III. Class Teachers' Examination 1916: Midwinter. Warren Hastings (Macauley). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

OUR SCHOOLS CQLmijf. III. Glass Teachers' Examination 1910: Midwinter. Warren Hastings (Macauley). (By HaboiiO L. Dale.) Macauley, shows how Warren Hastings raised himself from lowly boyhood to GovernorGene ral of a vast Empire. Warren's thoughts were always grandiose. His student days being inter rupted, he was packed bfi to In dia. Here he was a diplomatic agent, then worked at Meer Jaf .iier's court. He wag. promoted Governor of Bengal, where he proved his powers of adminis tration. The student must get Macauley's view of the Eohilla war 'off pat.' Macautey is very condemnatory for the paFt Has tings played in permitting Eng lish troops to be used for £400, 000 (forty lacs) to destroy the. Eohillas. The tribe of EoMlicund is not the race of poets and 'supermen' the author would have us believe. Then, again, get a definite opinion of the spoiling .of the Begums of Oudh. Hastings remo ved -the system of double go vernment of Olive's creation. This abolition, like our Upper House in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

I Same s \ Pianos have a glorious tone which never fails to charm. They are delightful English Pianos. Come and Hear them, or write for free Catalogue and prices* They are ' sold fully guaranteed and on easy terms. Paling's J 338 George St. k I — SYDNEY | H NEWCASTLE and LISMORE. 2 \ IBP''1111111 ? !Mti Victor pianos a r e m a d e to our own design and will stand years of hard worK iiV any climate. They are sold fully guaranteed. Call or write lor free Catalogue showing Easy Terms. Paling's 338 George St. _.; ««a- SYDNE1 NEWCASTLE and LISMORE. n IF YOU WANT ANY : JOB PRINTING SUCH AS Memorandum Forme Bill Heads Receipt Forme Oxder Forms Circulars Handoills Tickets of any kind Visiting Cards Memoriam Cards Ball Programmes Posters Sports Programmes Or anything else in the Point ing line - YOU CAN GET IT Better and Cheaper AT THE Review Office. MR. A. E. P fitCE, Piano Tuner & Repairer VISITS BRAIDWOOD AND ABALUEN ? — PERIODICALLY. ? : — Orders left at the Albion Hotel will rec...

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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

Moon's Phabe. Full Mooni 20th March. I He Braiflwoafl Beview [ For the cause that lacks assistance ; i For the wrongs that need resistance ; i For the future in the distance, ! And the good that we can do. I TUESDAY,- -MARCH 21.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

DENTISTRY. R. N.- BULL, Surgeon Dentist, Koorali,' Duncan-st. West, Braidwood. HOUBS : 9 »-m- to ^ p.m.; Saturdays 9a.ro. to 1 p.m.; Sundays and Holidays by appointment only. ARALUEN visited third TueBrlay and Wed nesday of each, month. NKLLIGEN : Deobmbee 7th, 8th, 9th. Krawafree, Captain's Flat, Jerange, and Nerriga visited Quarterly. ~ LEGAlp. H^ E. J. ROAGfil SOLICITOR, IS now ('8JP3iG&&1±J}fc business of y the', LATKw!^T5ppLV. of Braid'Wd^d - OFFJCF^ylljjkfer&ry Institti|fe?BuildiriJJ8. % '*'' A'V^f COlTJ^S^r^NDED. ^ Advan * arrapged on Apjwpyed Secynyties Lc /AgentSoulh Britwh Iniuraiice^©. ., ~ T-.^hone^; .--- -f ??-- . ^V'; :'.;? WE cordially invi^^r^sptf&deiica'^n:; our friends throughout 5&e-l-is!f|tel j upon all matik&apf ' W$1^s^iii^^^^^^^i and complete recot4 of:a^||^faiS:t.niewfi; ^ All contributions, however; must fr&fr^fm*' oame and address of the writer, not necessar ily for publication, but as a guarantee of g...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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THE HOUSE OF FAT LANDLORDS HEAVES A BRICK AT AN OLD ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

THE HOUSE OF FAT LAND LORDS HEAVES A BBICK AT AN OLD ENEMY. The N.S.W. Legislative Council has again ignominious \y. pitched the latest Closer Settlement (Super Tax) Bill off the premises. This measure aim& at imposing an ad ditional tax upon all cultivable lands over £5000 in to.i«*- in th« eastern and central divisions of, ie State whidhi are not put to their best uses. For the purpo se of the bill any district may l)e declared land-locked. The ow ners of estates are allowed an interregnum of twelve months to wtner cultivate their land fchem seives or 'allow someone else to Z\ In the event of this not '^g done the tax for the first 7, flxe-l at twopence in the t«i I n {t is stiU uncultiva V° : 'w tax is increased to 4d,. and i llinePenoe in the fourth * each successive year,: By cul ahng acertaill percentage. a g treif -?s;apes the tax alt° fcl*a. Mr. Fitzgerald, in iutrp- , ducing the bill, laid considerable stress on the fact that after the war our returned soldiers woul...

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THE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

IHE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK ? ♦ ? There's a chiel amang ye takin' notes, An* faith he'll prent 'em. — BTOKS.

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GOVERNMENT AND B.M.A. MR. GRIFFITH DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

GOVERNMENT AND B.M.A. MR. GRIFFITH DETERMINED. The Minister for Education has been authorised by Cabinet to open up communication with the Public Service Board with a view of offering £900. per annum in place of the £600 formerly fixed for the medical men required for the school clinics, and, if necesr sary, to call for applications out side Australia. - Mr. Griffith says he is confident that with tte permanency- of a Government appointment, this re muneration will attract suitable ' men, notwithstanding the official opposition of the B.M.A. He adds that to make his scheme complete it will probably be necessary for the Department at its own ex pense to enter into arrangements with a large number of country, practitioners to undertake the subsequent treatment of children who have been, operated on by the clinic doctors. The 153rd list of Australian cas ualties was issued on Friday. Three officers and 482 men have returned to duty. ? j

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

WAR NEWS. — _*~ — A Paris communique states: We attacked and occupied a trench south of Saint Souppret. - The bombardment on the Bethincourt Cumieres front has appreciably slackened. No infantry, action is reported. There is considerable activity in the region of Vaux ana uanuoup. some grenaae smr mishes were fought on the slo pes east of Fort Vaux. In the Woevre, villages at the foot of the Mewse heigMs Avere bombar ded. North of Frcsnes our artil lery caused a strong explosion in a German battery. The latest communique states : 'There was a bombardment of varying inten sity at Verdun. We bombarded, the enemy who was construct ing new works west of Douau mont. The 'Frankfurt^ei; Zeitung' sta tes that convoys with wounded soldiers are constantly passing Frankfort, and are arousing the greatest anxiety. It is feared that the Germans sustained en ormous losses at Verdun. The Wolff Agency, however, inform ed the press that titoe convoys ?were composed of grounded and captured French so...

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GALLIPOLI FAILURE. TURKS WERE LUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

GALLIPOLI FAILURE. TURKS WERE LUCKY. The 'Times' ? History of the War, up to the completion of the Gallipoli campaign, says that the real ultimate cause of the fail ure was probably not the gene rals, nor the untried troops at suvia, nor tne lacK or water, nor the defective staff work in some sectors, though all tttusse were im portant contributory factors to the dominating factor. 'The final cause of failure,' adds the book, 'was probably the difficult and diversified character 'of the ter rain, and the very great advan tages which/ tihe area gave the Turks. It happened that luck was with the enemy. ' Earlier in the year a British expedition might have tried and succeeded, but the Allies never overcame the consequences oL the months that were lost, for, from first to last, it was their misfortune to be too late. The fault lay prin cipally, in London.' * Several soldiers were arrested in Newcastle for refusing to pay their fares on the trams. -They were fined. The War Chest Committe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

^ MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Markets remain on a par with the extreme prices of a couple of months ago, I htive Reduced the Price of Meat approximately 100 PER CENT. since opening This is what Opposition has done !* The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL bv me. gJI^No Inferior Meat Stocked. H GRIGG, ggr The Cash Butchery, '; titQftgk' WALLACE ST., BRAIDWOOD. ? ^—^ ? LAST DAYS ! LAST DAYS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN £1,000 prizes. £1,000 WORK OF ART. WORK OF ART. Value ( FIRST ') Value £500 I GREAT PRIZE ) £500 Or Twelue Months' Trip Round the World and £100 in Cast for ONE PEBSON, or Eight Mouths for Two. Note. — 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, Sbcobd : Value £100 Thibd : 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...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

CHU11CH SERVICES. ? «, ? Church of England. 1st Sunday. — Braidwood 8 a.m., 11 a.ui., and 7.30 p.m. ; Larbert 3 p.m. 2nd Sunday. — Braidwood 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Major's Creek 3 p.m. 3rd Sunday.— Braidwood 8, 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m : Ballaiaba 3 p.m. , ? 4th Sunday. — Braidwood 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. ; Redbmk 11 a.m.; Newtown 3; Major's Creek 7.30 p.m. Rev. Walter D. Kennedy, Rector. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

4LLIES'DAY! APRIL 5th. PHIZES ! \ FOR : Decorated Cars Comic Displays Patriotic Tableaux ^, Foot Races (Mile H'cap, 75yds do. Rabbiters' Handicap (set 3 traps and run 75 yards) Tug-of-War Wood Chopping Contest Numerous Other Events. A Ball and Supper In aid of Allies' Day Fund WILL BE HELD. At A. E. Bassingthwafghte's, 'Douro,' Larbert, — ON — Friday, 31st March. DOUBLE TICKET 4/6, SINGLE 3/ LE*. CALTHORPE, _ ? Hon. Sec. Caution. ALL Persons are hereby CAUTIONED against SHOOTING or otherwise TRESPASSING ou the Properties known as Pike's and Dempsey's, Back Creek. Any one doing bo after this date will be prosecu ted without respect to persons. P. RYAN. Araluen, March 19, 1916.

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LABOR IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

LABOR IN JAPAN. Of the 800,000 workers in Jap anese factories nearly 500,000 nre women, and 40,000 are chil dren under- 14 years of «.ge. Hours of labor from 15 to 16 per day 'have been the rule.' Thou sands of young ?girls are hired en contract for three years to worK in me mills, wnere me5r 'live in a 'compound' like so many peas in a pod.' There they labor 15 hours for 4d to 7(1 a day, from which 2|d is. deduc: ted for th- meals supplied to them-. The position and daily life of these dormitory opera tives is frequently pitiable^ And yet the freetrader asks . us to compete in the open market against miserably paid .labor of this kin4f Martin Eyan, well known; . throughout te State as a hurdle jockey,, died in Bega Hospital last week from catarrh of the throat. He'Tiad only been in the 'Hospital a couple of days, and his death canie as a great shock . t$ his friends. . ' '

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AFTER THE EVACUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

AFTER THE EVACUATION. General Birdwood's last days' in the neighbourliioo.d of Galli poli were, it is learnt, more than ordinarily exciting. Af ter. the Australian troops had left Anzac General Birdwood remained, for some weeks at Im bres, an island quite handy, which faces Anzac beach. 'With him was. a fairly large staff. The ene my learnt of- i3ir William's pre sence -at Itiibrofj and made de termined efforts to bomb him off the island through, the agency of a number of skilled German aeronauts. Bombs were dropped with wonderful accuracy every' day, and on more than one oc casion General Birdwood had a particularly narrow escape. Unlike many -members of his staff, General Birdwood made no effort to seek artificial cover, and was actually looking into the sky at the machine . when a shower of bombs were dropped on to a plot of ground near where he stood. An undignified rush for the cover offered by tables, and even chairs, in the mess gave General Birdwood great amusement. The enem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

Attention, Ladies ! HEADY -TO -WEAR HATS in Latest Style, just to band, at R. M. HIGGINS'S Commercial Stores. Untrimmed Velvet Hats. Ready-to- Wear Felt Hats. Special Value in Coats, Skirts, and Blouses. Charming New Millinery, Serviceable House Blouses. Ladies' Coats in Smart Up-to-date Styles. « Smart Black Velvet Hats With Crush Crown. y ^*3^^fcWS8l S^^^^^C^ NjBW 31111 Lowest ^Mi W' Stylish Prices. Goods. AWAITING YOUR KIND INSPECTION. R. M. HIGGINS, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. 'Rhone 11. ? ?_ ???-. _ ? Irvine's SPARKLING HOCKS Great Western AND CHAMPAGNES Vineyard, Vic. SUPPLIED UNDER ROY At WARRANT TO THE IHNG. Agents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney. ASK FOR The Champion Record Prize Winners, 1915. SYDNEY iA 'DT3T'yi7*Q BRISBANE 11 Awards. -Lcf JT XL J-ZiXi^ 8 Awards CaldwelFs FAMOUS Wines! CALOWELl'S WINES, LTO.f 65 Macquarie-sL, Sydney. Tasnuniiaii SPARKLING CIDER 'Mercury Brand' 'TRY IT ON ICE.' Aeents : CALDWELL'S WINES, LTD., Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 21 March 1916

Mil. ALiLlSN DOONE, the worldfam ous Irish Singing Comedian, writes: — 'H£a*i's Kssence has conferred* a real boon upon preachers, teachers, public speakers, and singers, and others who mav suffer from colds or relaxed throats.' HEAJTS /ESSESTCE is obtain able from Che'mists and Storekeepers everywhere. . » Two Earnings' worth, added to water and sweetening, pro duces a pint of ready-to-:use, syrup equal to 12/- worth of ordinary mix tures. . ?; ttr-Mi

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