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POSTAL TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

Owing to an alteration in the railway time tabic recently made the postal officials have found it necessary to re vise the times of the closing and depar ture of mails. The. appended time table has" now been adopted, viz.: Arrivals from— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun gerie, 10.15 a.m. daily except Sundays. Coon amble, Gul&r. Curban,.Anna.tree 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted Tooraweenah. Biddon, 2 p.m. Sun days, Tuesdays, and Thursday Collie and Meri^al 2 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays Mundoora'n, Wednesdays and Fridays noon' Departures to— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun gerie3.40 daily Sundays excepted Coonamble, Gular, Curban, Armatree, 9-45 a.m. daily Sundays excepted fooraweenah, Biddon, Collie and Mental Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays noon Mundooran, Tuesdays and Thursdays noon Bulga, Mondays and Thursdays noon Bverton, Tuesdays and Fridays noon New Berida, Tuesdays and Fridays All mails close thirty minutes before? the advertised time of departure

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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FIRES AT WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

FIRES AT WELLINGTON. At 8.30 • on Saturday morning a Sire bi'oke out at Tattersall's Hotel, Wellington, the licensee of ■which is Mr E. Fletcher. Considerable dam age was done to the top .storey, and the boarders, who escaped in their night attire, lost all their belongings. The staircase was destroyed before the outbreak was noticed, and the occupants had perforce to slide down the verandah posts. One of the ser vants jumped from the balcony, and sustained severe injuries to her back. The fire brigade did excellent work in saving the bar and other down stairs rooms'.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

H. J. Varcoe has three new and re liable cars for hire. Careful drivers* Phone 82, day or night. Address—• Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra. Ladies and Gen$s boots and shoes ajfc Gar ling's, extra good value, feaglsi in qualify low In price.-=.-0 t ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

the { intfiff . sto"? success! treagf stock insoa interest payable on is instalment! £10 per cent 31sb Marcfl any or all of applications musbl at; any Branch of the com? Head Offices and branches of any" stock exchange, or any post-offt instalments pat! prospectus and application form?. __ savings bank, or post-ofi'ioe as above. suftsc commonwealth bank of australia, 1st decembertm Ther's Nothing in a Name—Until the Owner Achieves Something When Lincoln stood bare footed steering a raft down the river, how many would have thrilled at his name ? Try to disassociate such names as Edison', Car negie, Marconi from the owner's achievements and they are commonplace names after all. But the ability to do something above the average mean i something. KENNEDY. & CO. are inseparably connected with CLOTHES and if vou are going to make YOUR NAME ACHIEVE SOMETHING come t:o SS-fc., OIlg|£i:r8.dix»;aJ. mm "s Xmas Seasonable Suggestion? .... that will make light r.f the pre sent problem are...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

The members of the Red Cross Society at Gulargambone. ate still continuing their good *work, and will shortly have another batch of com forts to send on to the central body. * * # Nhe Monarch Picture Go. have a monopoly of the Gulargamboue town and district in regard to their weekly show. That it has now be come a fixture is proved by the reg ular filling of the hall each night. & % ■» iff , Harvesting in the Mundooran^ais trict is now general, and some good reports are coining to hand. Odd patches are yielding 10 bags, but it appears that the average will be in the neighbourhood of four bags to the acre. =» X Tuesuburban holdings of Herbert A. Madgwick, portion 100, parish Eringanerin, county Gowen, 4 acres, . and of Cecil H. Flanagan, portion 95, : parish Mooram cilia, county Leich j liar<ifc, 3 acres, have been forfeited I o wi 11g, to n on -1'u 1 fi, 1 men t. of condi tions. j . . , ■ •■■■ *• j . At the--dispersal, sale of the Sea ham Harboi, (Scotland) Clydes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

.•f* v \ f . 9, '■" &f'W ' "*i '•• *' " ■■:. <•-'••: "1 r . £ ^ ^ ■•:. . .y^v#'-. X "' / ,* M fc^p4 y %s \ & . .• S.SSS>^..\ \ 1 LATEST MILLINERY NOVELIES , In Trimmed MMmm% Panamas, f lowers: We tee fust ©pened the first ' let '■■•of cur New Spring lillinery They^boniprise ali tlie ¥EH¥ .LA-.i ; TEST 'CREATIONS in-; Models,| V Ready-to-Wears, .Washing,] -< .-/Panamas, and Shapes. SPECIAL TRIMMING. <SJ* • Military Stripe Silfcg including Na-, val Brigade, 'London'Scottish, Gordons, arid &A.M.G.' flies® Military Stripes are playing a prominent part, in the New . .Season's Trimmings' v •- ■ Of Inspection, for we are-confident that we k&m maintained mr v"';''.;;putation for eKoiysive 'novelties, a&d-: up-to-date stales J. H. H1TCHEN Where Quality Always Counts

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

J For TOOTHACHE insert ' .one or two drops of full-strength Mean's Essence For Coughs, Colds, Catarrh and Sore Throats dilute to a pint by adding I water and sweetening. 28-15 J. P. BRADY Pluihber and < f Galvanised Ironworker Has removed to premises lately oc cupied by Mr. R. J. Carson, Miller etreet (next to Wise and Co.'a Store). Estimates given for all General .Work. NOTICE 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. IHSUMMCE ' West ©f Scotland Fire, Accident, etc., Insurance Office Agent for Gilgandra and District, Mr, JAiVLES LEWIS, who will transact al nsurancebusines TRESPASS NdTiOEo Any person found trespassing on Bid ! don property without permission from the owner will be prosecuted withou respect to persons. F. W. McKENZIE, Biddon. 21st De...

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Some Reasons why Life is not all Beer & Skittles [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

; ~ : ■ A, ■■■-. : Some Reasons why Life is not all Beer & Skittles ■ ■ . ._v4 »; . BY k. W. YfEO. He rushed thither with the utmost precipitation and procuded forthwith to half hitch himself round her cad smile in the intensity of his satisfaction, Being free from the envy which proved such a disadvant age to Mr' Featherskite, he was suc cessful in engaging the young ladies attention by bawling ont numerous howls of approval to Mr Seanoodle aud laughiug continuously at his own surpassing wit and brilliancy. After the fall of several other wickets and liis score had mounted up to the vic inity o£ fifty, Mr Seanoodle was at last caught in slips. Lifting his hat •and bowing gracefully and smilingly to the crowd who were clapping and yelling frantically, he made his way straight to Rose, who extended a congratulatory hand and made room ■at her side between herself and Mr Longshanks, which she was able to to owing to that gentleman having disengaged the half hitch in order to •c...

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN SECOND ISSUE £10,000,000 ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

. SECOND ISSUE £10,000,000 ASKED FOR. The prospectus of the second is sue of the Commonwealth War Luan has now been" issued, and the par ticulars appear in our advertising columns to-day. It will be seen that the terms ef the Loan are again liberal, being practically identical with the last issue, and giving the same advantages in respect of. free dom from State Stamp Duty and State and Commonwealth Income Tax, and will also be accepted at par in payment of Probate and Succession ; Duty due to the Commonwealth. Australia has beau asked by the Mother Country to finance herself as far as possible in providing the sinows of war for equipping and send ing our soldiers to the front, and itV is the bounden duty.of-all wjao have' funds at tlieir disposal, or can make funds available, to subscribe tg the loan to the utmost extent of their capacity, and by this meanss assist the Empire in prosecuting, the war to a successful termination. The . terras of tho Loan give the compara tively poor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

of 2,016 bales logue an average TOu ^u«ur £20/13/10 per bale, tmd 14§d per lb., these results closely challenging the fine ones obtained by the firm only a week or so since. Then, we were able to record for the first consign ment of Mr George Baker's Bandar-, ra wool the glowing figure of lS^d. On Monday last, with. the second consig'LUiient of this very fine wool, even this figure was exceeded, 18|d being obtained for the 1st com. and the 2nd com ; 18d for A com, and 18-^ for B com. Other clips realised lSd, and over and quite a number 17d and 16d, as a, perusal of. the subjoined list will disclose :— George Baker, Bundarra, 1st com. ISjd ; 2nd com. l8|-d ; A Com. 18d ; B corn. 18^d. Chas. Thorpe, Armidale, h. 18|d ; w. 17fd ; 1st pes. 14|d ; bels. L2|d. D. Oregan and Suns, Ben Lomond, 1st com. LStrd ; broken 16~d and 15^d. W. and A. Hartmann, Dundee, f. 16£Ld. j. R. McHugh, Bundarra, 1st w. 16fd ; 2nd w. 15-fd ; 1st pes. 14|d. (J. Bailey, Deep water, f. 16d and lo^d. William Kneip...

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MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

Recently a wedding of much local ^interest was celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, between Harry Edward Kybert, until lately accoun tant of the Union- Bank, Gilgaadra, and second son of Mr. William Ky_ bei'fc, of Crouch End, London, and j Miss Mary Gertrude (Mollie) Doyle, V.^, - at one. time a teacher attached to the / \ local rtublic school staff, and eldest" ■1-dafeg'iVter of Mr. Thomas Doyle, of •Sir John Young's crescent, Sydney. The Rev. Father O'Gorman officiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother,- Mr. J. A. Doyle, wore • an ivory crepe de chene coat and skirt,, and a white aerophane hat 'mounted with flat posies of velvet •daisies anc1-silver wheat-ears.. She carried a bouquet of white roses and . sweet peas, and wore a diamond and sapphire ring-—gifts of the bride groom. She was attended by her sistei's, M.isses Kitty and Bess Doyle, who wore white lace frocks and ■blush pink aerophaue hats set with pink roses and streamers. They ■ carried bouquets of pi...

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FAREWELL SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

FARBHTELL SERMON. The Rev. M. Henry, M.A., prea ched his farewell sermon at Coon amble last Sunday week to a large congregation. The " Times" says that in the departure of the rev. gentleman the Castlereagh is losing a broad-minded aud cultured cleric, universally respected throughout the district. Having had charge of Bourke before coming to G-ular >am bone, he has put in lengthy service in the back-blocks, and is due a par ish in a better climate.

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FIRE ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

FIRE ALARM. About 9,45 on Saturday night the ! local fire brigade received a call to an unoccupied house on the Dubbo rroad. The brigade turned out in fairly good time, but on arriving at the scene of the conflagration found that Sergeant Clark, who had given the alarm, had practically got the (Ire under, and there was little for the firemen to do. However, they thoroughtv extinguishep the binze. An examination of the premises .shewed that the fire had oiiginated aiear the front window of one of the j front rooms, and had eaten its way J through the flooring boards, and had it not been for the promptness and • coolnes.s of Sergeant Clarke th« place must have inevitably been gutted. There is a stiange co-incidence in regard to the out-break. On the 6fch November a fire occurred in the same house, on a Saturday night, and almost at the same hour, as the blaze last week, when a detached kitchen was burned to tho ground despite the efforts of the brigade. An insurance of £20 pounds was ...

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NEW RECRUITING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

NEW REGEUirmG SCHEME. The scheme adopted by the Fed eral War Committee to raise 50,000 men wanted by the Government within the next few months provides for a recruiting campaign being car ried out by municipal and shire councils, and other public bodies. In quiry by letter is to be directed to all males of military age—18 to 44—as to whether they are willing to enlist; if not, why not. Information as to eligible men will be supplied by the War Census Office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

General Carrying Business ■ A. .ORGAN ; :\ : Desires to inform the residents of Gi!&,mdr3 and district that he has commence business in Gilgandra as K , GENERAXr CARRIER. ■'/ All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. / Furniture and General Merchandise removed to any locality. / A 'TxtiaJL Solicited. The A.B.C. Fruit Mart. Confectionery and Refreshment Rooms are situ ated In Garling's New Buildings next the Big Store. assim and Baveas Proprietors.. ' , Telephone 73 We Don't Grow Wool ut we know wool, and we know the wool market from A to Z. The whole of our ime, thought and energy is centred on beating everybody else in the matter of priccs. ■ Winchcombe-Carson Results speak for themselves. Hundred of growers have stuck to us since the year we started in business. This is the best sort of evidence that our methods and our account sales are satisfactory from the owner's point of view. Consign W.ool; Winchcombei Carson, £td~., DARMMG HARBOR - ItSl: ...

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SOLDIER'S LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

SOLDIER'S LETTERS FROM GILGANDEA BOYS. Writing to his mother in Gilgan dra, from Zeiton, Egypt, Private H. Tapper says he had a good t'me go ing ovei' in the troop ship. At Mel bourne the meu "wore given twelve hoars leave, whilst at Adelaide they stayed three days. He speaks in .high terms of the Adelaide citizens, and says "you could not wish to m^et nicer people." The night be fore the ship left the citizens asked the commandant to give the men leave so as to enable'fchem to be en-' terfcained. On the request being granted, a special train was sent for the troops, and took them to Ade laide city. There they were .sumptu ously entertained, and, before leav ing, had cigarettes and cigars show ered upon them, each man filling his pockets. It seems that all is not weariness and vexation of soul on a troopship. Private Tapper writes "last Sunday the meat they gave as to eat was rotten. A^l the boys put it in their dixies. Then one dressed up as a.parson, and securing a book and a cros...

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THE LUCK OF THE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

THE LUCK OF THE i Mr. Gil Curran has the luck of Mr. Gil Cusran and that lack is the most extraordinarily persistent lack that Gilgandra has known. There was a Johnny way back in an cient history named Midas, who* con verted whatever lie touched into gold. Now, Gil does not exactly possess such a delightful and accom modating propensity, but he has ac quired one that is very useful never theless. If he bets on a horse, that horse invariably wins. .If he takes a ticket in a sweep, that ticket cannot resist the temptation of win ning the pi'ize for him. Qui}" a day or so.ago he scooped in quite a wad of greenbacks from Tats'sweep, then he "struck" one of :the children of Judah for a pocketful of gleaming golden dollars in a neddy that did get past the post first. ISTow he has just won a bonsor motor car in a Melbourne Art-\J,nion, and he takes it all in a. don't-care-a-hang matter of course style, so characteristic, of . of the native born. If Gil is not | very careful his phenomenal ...

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REY. M. HENRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

RBI?. M. HEKHY. The Rev. M. Henry, M.A., who recently tendered his resignation ns minister of the Presbyterian charge at Gnlargambone, was recently waited on by Messrs. James Patrick. "Myall'Park," II. L. Gray, and the secretary, W. J. Dunnett, relative to a consideration of the withdrawal of the. resignation. Mr. Pfenry said he was:grieved to leave the people of the district, with whom he had so many pleasant associations for the past six years, but he could not en tertain the proposal to withdraw the resignation. If it could be shown, said the rev. gentleman, that by re maining a further three or six months the congregation would be in a better position for the change be would consider it, otherwise he re gretted very much that he could make no other suggestion. The res ignation is now confirmed, and take* effect at the end of the yaar.

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AN AFTERMATH. THE ECHO OF THE COO-EES. WHAT SHALL THE HARVEST BE? [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

AN AFTERMATH. THE ECHO OF THE COO-EES. WHAT SHALL THE HARVEST BE? Some ugly rumors are beginning to raise their heads and murmer obnox ious' things in connection with the ! conduct of the Gilgandra Route March. Attempts have been made to silence them, but like Banquo's ghost they refuse to be laid, and still continue to point the accusing finger and p]ead for investigation. Only on Wednesday last members of the Recruiting Association had before them a rejected "Coo-ee," and caustically cross-examined him touching some defamatory rumors he ; was alleged to have circulated. The man stoutly denied having made statements to any ne in regard to money matters, and hurled, an aval anche of accusations at certain olltcers attached to the route march. The same night two other rejected "Coo-ees"—Messrs W. J. Watt and P. O'Loughlin came to the "Gilgan dra Weekly" office, and iD the pre sence of a reputable witness made a joint statement. W att, who prior to enlisting was employed by Mr Ufcley,...

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RACING DISQUALIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

RACING DISQUALIFICATION. Mr «T. Higgins, the W.D.R.A. steward, "had a busy day at Mndgee races on Saturday. He held an en quiry into tlie running of Mr S. Hackney's brown gelding, Schoben, who finished second to Dellie, in the Trial Handicap, with the result that the jockey, J. Imber, together with a punter named W. Byrne, were dis qualified for two years for imprc per practices, and J. Stephenson, anoth er punter for one year. The owner and horse were exonerated. Later on the same horse in the Havilah Welter, D. Quinn, was disqualified for two years for the unsatisfactory handling1 of his mount, and the own er, Mr S. Hackney,>was exonerated.

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