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

MCi-V-SAVING COUGH MIXTURE, .ici Home-Made Remedy. - O - Saved oti every pijrst.^ 'i'': cheapest and mosl effective iwiieJy fur eon-.;!is, colds, throat: and Ci'iest complaints is made in your own .home. ' It is no trouble to make, and : evvry pint means an actual saving of ; : o/- for you:self. 1 iiuy .a bottle of Hean's Essence 1 from -your chemist or store, take home ' and dilute as directed on label. Pour into ,a large bottle, on which paste the label you Av.ill find in Hean's Essence packet. x The first sip of this mixture gives immediate relief. It clears the nas£il passages, loosens phlegm, eases throat and bronchial tubes in a way that will surprise you. Sip each dose slowly, so as to lubricate the .throat thoroughly. If your cold is very bad, take a few doses at intervals of .half an hour and gargle throat freely. Prompt relief is certain. "The mixture made from Hean's Essence cough remedy is the best I have ever used. It is cheap, too."— A. Chant, Condobolin, M.S. YV. " I ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS AND THE HARVEST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

SOLDIERS AND THES HARYEST Farmers) and farmers' sous and relatives jvho may be in training camps will be granted six weeks' leave to allow them to take off the harvest. Heqaests have been receiv-. ed by the military authorities from farmers that men who had worked, for them might be released until their crops are garnered, but these have been refused, as other labor is available.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GILGANDRA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

At a committee meeting of the above club recently held at the Royal Hotel it was decided to hold a two days' meeting at Christmas time, •commencing on Boxing Day. The President, Mr. H. Gibson, occupied the chair, and there were also pre sent Messrs. Harvy, Tibbits, Kelso:), R. Digges, A. Townsend, G. Rankin, • Cassidy, Allen, McCarthy, Stanley, Blackall, Rolls and the secretary (Mr. W. C. Dewe). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. It was decided on the motion of Mr. Digges, seconded by Mr. Cassidy 'chat the A.J.C. be informed that the report of the steward was receiving consideration. A balance sheet was submitted by the treasurer, which showed a credit balance of dS35/13/ll.—The state ment was read and'adopted. ! The secretary considered that a vote of thanks should be accorded to j Messrs. McCutcheon, Bruce and Christie for their kindness in donat- J ing to the funds. The suggestion j was carried out^ The programme for each day, con sists of six , races, ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WERRIS CREEK LINE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

WEK^tXS CREEK LINE The rails of the Dnbbo-Werris Creek liijfe are noTr laid to Spicer's Creek, sta miles beyoud Baleimore or a distance of 26 miles from Dubbo. Arrangements have been made for the haulage to Dubbo of the new wheat crops at Baltimore and inter mediate ceatres through which the new line pnjsses.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. T. DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

MR. T. DUNN. Mr. T. Dunn, the popular butcher J of Euro lingerie, recent]y wont to J Sydney for specialists' advice con- j cerning his injured arm. The verdict j is not a very pleasant'one to t\ man [ ranniug a live business. If he fol- j lows the advice given, Mr. Dnnn will go to a hospital in Sydne}1" for a three months' course of treatment. His many friends wish him well over it.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At Home and Abroad. BISHOP LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

BISHOP LONG The name of Dr. Loag, Anglican Bishop of Bathurst, is being freely mentioned as the probable successor to Bishop Green in the Anglican see of Ballarat. He is said |to be the youngest Anglican prelate\ in Aus tralia, and lias many admirers amoi,g influential churchmen in tha Ballarat diocese.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

1 J MILITARY PAYMENTS. I A new method of payment of mil itary allotments and separation al lowances iu respect of men who have embarked for the war has been ad opted. It follows closely, on the-lines of that in vogue in connection with the payment o£ old age pensions. Bach allotee will be furnished with a military allotment certificate, upon the production of which payment will be made at the most convenient money-order office. The -Minister said this method will ensure re<TnInr_ I ity of payments anc! obviate ueiay; caused by changes of addresses. 'For the present the change in system has been applied only in cases of allotees resident in Victoria, but will be brought into operation in all the States in th© near fatare.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "COO-EES." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

THE "COO-BBS." Mr. T. H. Thrower, who was at one time associated with the sleeper-cutters of Gilgandra, lias been busy again. Some days ago in the House he asked the Premier if the Government authorised Mr. George Wafckin Wynne to take charge of the Gilgandra " Coo-ces." If so, uuder what terms and conditions was Mr. .Wynne appointed? Was the Premier aware that large sums of money were subscribed by people ot' various districts through which the '' Ooo-ees " passed on the march to Sydney ? No answer was forthcom ing.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Liquor Act. LOCAL PUBLICAN AFFECTED. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

XiOCAI, PUBLICAN AFFECTED. CASE DISMISSED. . \ A good deal of interest was centred in a case which was heard at the Gilgandra. Police Court on Ihuis . day last, before the.Police Magistrate (Mr. A. E. Perry) when James For an ivas charged with being unlaw, fully on the licensed premises of the Imperial Hotel, daring prohibited hours. The defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Beveridge appeared for the defence, and Sergeant Clark con ducted the case for the police. Mr. Beveridge admitted that the Imperial Hotel was licenseci pre mises situated within the licensing district of Gilgandra. Sergeant Clark, in charge of the police at Gilgandra deposed that on Sunday, October 10th last he was walking clown Miller Street, Gilgau dra, at about 11.30 a.m. ; he was in plain clothes;' there were several young men in front of him; they turned into the Imperial Hotel and walked down the pas,sage to the bar parlor of the hotel: he (witness) i stood at the side door in the stxeet, and heard a door in t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dis[?]ties. Progress In Agriculture. "Essington," Owned By Mr. Hanckel. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

"There's a legion that never was listed That carries no banner or crest But spht 'in a thousand detachments Is breaking the way /for the rest"— Although not a " track blazer " in the true sense of the term, Mr. F. J. D. Hanckel, of " Essington," Toora weenah Road, has certainly broken the way for the. rest. His farm of 1920 acres is one of the most payable in the district, and at present exists as an example of what can be achieved by industry, energy, and practical common-sense methods. Only four years ago the farm was in fested with rabbits, and, as the land at that time was considered inferior and unfit for- farming, when Mr. Hanckel came along and settled there he was looked upon as a, cranky fad dist who was booked for the Insol vency Court at a a early date. In the commercial circles of Gilgandra the farm was regarded as utterly value less, and this Mr. Hanckel became depressiugly aware of when he at tempted to raise mouey on it. The financial institutions very politely, but n...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BROTHERHOOD AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

We take the following from the current issue of the " Busb. Bro ther " :— " The Brotherhood is well repre sented in the Australian Forces and in the Dardanelles. Our ex-Principal, the Rev. E. C. Kempe, obtained a chaplaincy in England and was or dered to sail to the Dardanelles within a fortnight from the time of his appointment. It is pleasant to imagine his meeting with some of his " back-block " friends. We have latelj received several communications from Brother Mar tin,\vho was in the memorable land ing at the Dardanelles. Dysentery and a slight wound caused his re moval Irom the scene of action to hospital in Egypt, where he met two young men from the Principal's church in ISTorfch-Tv'eRt London. We expect he is by this time again at the front.' Brothers Douglas and George Richards are at present in theDubbo Camp. The former has been ac cepted for the Army Medical Corps and goes every day to the public hos pital for his training. Brother George hopes to be able to join him. No...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REV. MR. HENDERSON [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

RE3T. MR. HENDERSON On Slinday evening last the Rev. Henderson, at tlie invitation of the Gilgandra Presbyterian Committee, preached a trial sermon in St Steph en's- Charc-h. The congregation was a fairlj. large one, and the words of :the preacher were received with earnest attention. The reverend gentleman took his text from the 1st Chapter, 35th to~37th verse of John, and preached a powerful and in structive sermon. .He is an eloquent and impressive speaker, whose sin cerity reaches the hearts of his hear ers, whilst he possesses that rare and distinctive genius of rendering his meauing perfectably understandable to all. We had intended to, publish his sermon in full, but owing to an unexpected rush of advertisements we are unable to do so.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL WHEAT BUYERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

XiOCAIi WHJ3JKF BUYEES Messrs Kemp-Br-ace and Christie, who have, ^practically, been the sole operators,011 the local Avheat market this season, announce in another col umn tli 10 they have been appointed Government wheat agents, and are prepntfed to accept delivery, and truck (all wheat consigned to their care. \The firm claim support on the ground.^ that having bought freely this season they have, in away, been benefactors to the producers. What ever farnjers may think, they can be conlident' that the firm will give them q. satisfactory deal.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ANCIENT RELIC [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

AM ANCIENT R33L.IC There is an interesting relic of the olden days on this part of the Castle reagh to be vseen in the tousorial saloon attached to the premises of Messrs. P. Miller and, Co. The ancient is a stou t piece of a cedar j side-board that at .one time proudly! adorned the oldest hotel in Gilgan- j dra. Its fine grandeur and serenity -was xmdely disturbed by the 1870 flood. The Castlereagh waters of that great overflow invaded the ho tel with fiendish glee, and seizing upon the portly piece of furniture as their very own swirled it into the turbulent river and treated it to a violent assault a?id battery. When it emerged from the vindictive tumb ling waters, although maimed and its top portion lopped oil, it still main tained its grandeur and mighty strength. To-day, notwithstanding that it shows the scars of an exceed ingly eventful life, it is st ill asplendid piece of furniture. The side-board, or rather "what is left of it, was owned by Mrs Morrison {Mr Miller's grandm...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOORAWEENAH. LATER GIVING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

1 m onr Representative). I Iter giving out. throughout the Tooraweenah tin is bafily wan tec1 at the be, there being a shortage ' f-'ass and water—more es latter. The township is \m its last legs, and there 'the prospect of no bath, ;ie fortunate ones. Most yits have no tank watdr i.ve to depend upon their 'ifho. happen to' have a it, as in the case of the hes, " what is this \ P" When the last iiihe only course open .will be to again re i' and diphtheria bed i their supplies'/-.Vith suit of an epidemic-of / position is indeed a d will continue to be ' >some adequate provis 'for a permanent water jie town. The present ,is strongly of the neces !|t action. The question . iipply has been promi /3 public mind here for \ There has been contin m, with no beneficial re oel that our public men ouncillors) do not fullj7" ^ very serious it is for be without water for W j] say nothing of its V> ffu? know r^of a supply will reg,ut surely the iu_ NoveV"^ are Para" sarne FPcnditure of - an...

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

o/ Australian Hail. He Palac&^if Amusement. |W Programmes for Saturday and Wednesday Next STAR FEATURE. A first "class war,item TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items COMIC STAR FEATURE—A Drama by Vitagraph TOPICAL and CARTOONS. OF THE MOMENT DRAMA DRAMA A Picture well worth seeing P p ?s SJLJLIS WAR SPECIAL 5M Iha mzi w m TOPICAL i lister Sisia Sewin | COMEDY mMM Charlie. Chaplin's Impersonator .will appear @n December 15 f- PRICES AB USUAL*.

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NURSE CAVELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

Oh, The world is struggling' wildly, just to free itself from strife, And you gave it, Nurse Cavell, of your best. Now your voice is calling clearly as. it never calU'd in- life. Oh, listen, Nurse Caveli, where 3'ou rest ! Tou have sealed the fate of Hundom, uncle*, banner }rou un furled, We are coming, Oh, Nurse Oavell, to the quest; 'Tis "death with 3rou. or peace for ali" that's pealing round the world. , Do you hear that, Oh Nurse Oavell, where you rest ? A team of 11 horses, drawing a load of chaJi, was capsized over a cutting iu the Belliugen district. Nine horses foil down a ravine some hundreds of feet. Two of the ani mals were killed outright, and two more were mangled beyond all re cognition.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Dec. 4, 19[?]5 PRIME SHEEP WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

— THE — GIL6ANDRA WEEKLY Siiigancfra, Friday Dec. 4, 19i5 .PRIME SHEEP WANTED Good quality sheep were a scarce .commodity at Homebnsh last Mon day. As a ' result valftes for this grade:advanced 6d to Is per head. iQtber ijorts made late values. Some southern property owners were in i>he market, seeking lines for re stocking. Hoggets from Mr. Jas, O'Brien, G-nlargambone, sold to 22s Txl under the hammer of Winch - .-comba, 'Carson, Ltd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

A. S. Carroll M.P.S., ' PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST Miller St., Gilgaafa. Sole Agent for HEMO PILE CURE. OintmentBs, Sup postories 3s Horatio Beversdge, Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR CONVEYANCER AND LAND AGENT 4 " ' TRUST FUNDS TO LEND. ATrrFlTZ^^DmGE Solicitor, &c Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) I Moneys to Lend oh approved se- ! curity at reasonable rates of interest. 1 No Commission. ! All descriptions of Land Business. A CARD. \r. «j. Late of Wellington, Solicitor, Ppoc-tos?, ; and ^Lttorney, 3E3Ao«, Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. AM Courts and Land Boards attended. WiSi visit Guiargambone and outside centrcs as required. ifolaroi Grammar Sclioe],Grange 3000ft above sea level t Boarding. and Day School for Boys A sound education by highly qualified Graduate stall to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid...

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LETTER FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 3 December 1915

Private Cecil Moon, writing' i!rora the 21st General Hospital, Alexan dria, Egypt, to Miss Kkiimer, of Cril gandra, says :—"I suppose you have seen in the' papers that I have been wounded. I cannot explain bow .1. got wounded. I was operate ! upon, but am getting well again. We have a fine view of the sea from this hos pital. I saw a good deal of Oliva Jarvis, before I was wounded, as he was stationed quite close to where I was. I also saw Jack Clancy. Kind ly excuse this scribble, I cannot write better as I am lying dowa, and, moreover I am' in too much pain. Remember me to all friends. Since the letter was written , word has been received from the Defence Department that the writer had been invalided to Australia, aad was ex pected to have arrive in Melbourne yesterday. Mrs. H. E. Gilletfc, of: Tooraweeiiah, arrived home 011 Monday per- motor from Coonamble, where she and her family have been spending, a few weeks with her people at " WoocL side " and " Mtmdare."

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