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ENTERPRISING SHOPKEEPERS MILLER AND CO. THEIR LATEST ADDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

ENTERPRISING SHOPKEEPERS MILLER AND CO. THEIR LATEST ADDITIONS li. . This is an age of immense ad vancement and rapid progress, and the business man who cannot keep tip with the swift whirligig of time soon finds himself landed in the scrap heap of retrogression. There are not business men in Grilgandra who find themselves in this unenviable - position ; hence Miller and Co., with their latest additions, improvements and renovations are deraarking them selves as men of "biz" with a power ful and fully charged electric battery to forcefully push them along. The members of the firm are young men —but this is an age of young men— and as yeung men of the Miller and Co. stamp, are the ones who "leave their footprints on the sands of time," their success in business is easily understood. Recently this energetic firm, be lieving that the motto of "Nothing succeeds like success" extended their energies fand finance and effected vast improvements in then? business establishments. The tonsori...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At Home and Abroad. WHEAT FREIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

WHEAT FREIGHTS A Loudon paper states that the South. American grain freights con tinue their remarkable rise. Before tlie war 12s 6d a ton was accepted. OnMob day they had risen to 90s, while on Friday they were 105s. British and neutral owners were sharing in the enormous profit. On the other hand, Australia, which was twice the distance, was getting tonnage at 95s. On the Argentine basis the price should be at least 150s. "British owners," the pisper adds, regard it as their,?duty to as- \ sist in the marketing of Imperial ; grown wheat, and the}r are willingly sending vessels on long voyages in •ballast to transport it." ;

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

- — . Sanday'» shoot of the local rifle mey shows that those who handle the weapon that is capable of potting an ! enfemy as well as a target are doing ; hortestly and earnestly their coun try V work. Riflemen here are not very strong, but they are enthusias tic and determined, and those few who face the butts when time per mits, are becoming efficient. Captain Tupper is a man who know® his biz, ai}d, he is always ready to help the novice and junior man. Under his command the club is sure to win through. Still, despite his good work in training to sh«ot, the "Cap" is doing more. He has taken up Carmicbael's scheme, and next Sun day a public meeting will be held in the Gilgandra Park for the purpose of gaining recruits to join Carmi miehael's Own Column. Scores of tha latest shoot are as follows:—200 yards—R. Newsham 27, F. Adams 26, T. Blackwell 25, C. Tupper 31, E. Pocock 29. 300 yards—R. New sham IS, F. Adams 17, C. Tupper 17, E. Pocock 25, T. Blackwell 19.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

u Owing to the War this Gift Season has resolved it self into a series of useful and sensible presents. TRASHY GIFTS are almost entirely ABSENT this Season at Wises, although Children are still catered for in the way of attractive Books and Toys We make the following sugges tions for Ladles: Handkerchiefs, Dainty Blouses and Neck wear, Leather Bags, and Gloves Also something new in the shape of Calf Leather Bound Poets and Classics. As books nre always acceptable you will find these just the thing. We have also a niee assortment of Per fumery, Photo rrames, Dressing Cases, Companions, and a large variety of Anti mony Ware Gentlemen are well catered for With a smart range of Ties, Shirts, and Headwear in the newest shapes and color ings. We are. also displaying novelties in the way of Military Brushes, Cases, Collar Boxes, Shaving Toilets, and Dressing Cases at Bedrock Prices For our Brave Soldiers We can offer you one or two suggestions in the way of useful gifts for the deserving b...

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CHURCH SERVICES Holy Catholic Church. English Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

CHURCH SERVICES * Holy Catkolic Churel. English Branch. Dec 12—G-ilgandra 7 (h.c), 10.30, 11, 7.30, Mogrigny 6.30 h.c., 11, Bu rn angerie 2.30 (c), 3, Balladoran 5 (c), 7.30, Tooraweenali 10 (c), 11, Lara 3, Collie 7.30

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NOVEL DAMN BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

NOVEL. DAMN BUILDING A novel and cheap form of dam building has been tried at Bathurst. The system, which, is the wcrk of Mr. Aitkenhead, engineer in charge of the local municipal pumping sta tion, consists of the conservation of the water in the Macquarie by a cheaply constructed dam, the wall of which is forced of 35 400-gallon iron tanks, discarded by the Railway Department. These tasks were each filled with sand after being placed end to end across the bed of the river, banked up on each side by stone and other material, so as to make the whole thing practically watertight. For the purpose of keeping the front of the weir free of silt, a 12-inch scouring valve has been inserted in the wall. It is es timated that the system will enable four million gallors of water to be held in reserve throughout the sum mer. The venture involved an out lay of £45. Mr S. W. Markham Mills has returned to town, and may be consulted- at his rooms as usual. Mr Mills' personal at tention to all denta...

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Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

Catholic Ghurcli Gilgandra—1st and 2nd Snnday Mass 8 and 10 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Gilgandr.a—Third Sunday Mass 7.30 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Tooraweenah, third Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. Coonabarabran, fourth Sunday, Mass 7 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Baradine, fourth Sunday, Mass 10 a.m. Mundooran—Every fifth Sunday when occurring. j Gular—Every Saturday before second Sunday, Mass 7.30 a.m. Devotions evening previous. Binnaway—Tuesday after fourth Sun day, Mass 7 a.m. Perliwaugh — Saturday before the fourth Sunday, Mass S a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a mpnth as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. Eey. father Parker*

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A PARALYSER [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

A PARALYSER The price obtained by Mr. W. V. Robertson, of Blarney, Bathurst dis trict, for his wool at Winchcombe, Carson's auction recently, furnishes a phenomenal example of the money making possibilities in sheep. A line of 6 bales of Lincoln hogget fleece sold at 15d per lb. This figure gives an average earning of 18s l~d per sheep for 10^- months' growth of wool. The owner in ac knowledging his returns, aptly de scribed the result as a paralyser.

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Gilgandra Recruiting Association The Coo-ee March Settlement Peace on Earth Good Will to Men [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

The Coo-ee March Settlement Peace on Earth GoodjWill to Men ■- —— -S. On Monday night a memorable meeting of the Gilgandra Recruiting Association was held at the .Royal Hotel, when affairs in connection with the Coo-ee march were finally ad justed, accounts settled, and, as thi« paper trusts, all rumors stilled for ever. The meeting was character ised by its peaeefnlness and good will, aud henceforth there will be peace on earth and goodwill to raeii as far as the Ooo-ee march is con cerned. i In the absence of the president, J the vice-president, Mr. A. F. Fitz hardinge, occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. G. Rankin, J. D. Simon, A. F. Garling, Dr. Peet, Sergeant Clark, Captain Hitchen, Serg6ant-Major Stevens, and the hon secretary (Mr. A. H. Miller). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read aud confirmed. The Chairman explained that the committee had occasion to investi gate certain allegations made by a man who had accompanied the Coo ee march. That man ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

"A S fRAIGHT TALK The Eight-Cylinder "CADILLAC" is Now in the Hands of Thousands of Users! The Motoring world already knows that its performances far surpass the most ardent claims that could be expressed in words. The expert opinion is that it is THE ULTIMATE IN PRACTICABILITY, SPEED, POWER, SMOOTHNESS, FLEXIBILITY, LUXURY and EASE OF OPERATION. And, in the most essential of all qualities—STABILITY and ENDURANCE—there is abundant assurance that it will excel any " CADILLAC " which-has preceded it. We say-.this, knowing full mil that the record of the " Cadillac." Company for producing cars .which endure, year efter year, stands unapproached. We say it with full remembrance of the fact that you can go back one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve years and find that the c* CADILLACS " then made are t/ill in service. ■ Recall, if you can, any other cars that can point to service records of half the maximum period cited. The factors which are primarily...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

Dress Wei!—And Life's Battle is Ion I • Mew Tailoring Establishment c. E. ROSS (late of Wellington) Has opened business in Miller Street, Gilgandra, next door to Mr Farrand's office All the Latest English and Ameriean styles. Fit, Style, and Workmanship Guaranteed. MOTOR GARAGE And General Engineering forte Hall, St., • Oil§£si,E3LcB.:a?ab. 'Phone No 82. H. J. VARCOE, Proprietors. Three new cars fQr hire. Reliable drivers. " All repairs to cars effected by expert workmen on the premises on the shortest aotice. Moderate charges Agent for several makes of cars. Particulars on application. Intending pur chasers of new cars should interview the firm as advice costs nothing. Federal Steam Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills Gilgandra and Curbaa. Fine and Hardwood in any Quantity at Shortest Notice. Bedrock Prices S. BROOKSBANK SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING The Cheapest- Known Power IS WIND POWER - • And with the Fortescue Great I.X.L. Windmill, erected'by W. T. Hitchen & Son over your bore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

NOTICE As we are being continually approached with requests to suppress reports of puolic proceedings—police court in par i ticular—we wish it to be clearly under j stood that we do not intend to do so, ir respective of person or persons. In a sense, the paper which we publish be ongs to the subscribers, wh© expect to et a fair record of all local public matters E. G7 COLQU H0U N, AGCOyniAWT, GUgandra. Farm and Station Accounts a Speciality Balance Sheets and Taxation Returns Prepared Fees Moderate Address— Wilson's Euildsngs, Miller stmt SiSgandra ——= Refreshment Room. Irs. I Parslow Wishes to announce that she has opened a Refreshment Room in premises lately occupied by Mrs Judd Light refreshments at all hours Country visitors catered for Cleanliness and attentioa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

To Stand the Season at ! GILGANBBA 'And travel where sufficient id dueeruent is offered, the pure bred ■.Clydesdale Stallion. Jewel Grown 517 C.S.B. Bred by Giles Garey, Albury. Foaled October, 1905, Jewel Crown is a dark bay, stand ing 17 hands with plenty of bone and hair, holds the Government's life certificate, and has gained the following first prizes At two-years old first at Albury and Border P.A. and II. Society's annual Show, 1907 ; first, prize at Kutherglen and-M.urray Valley A. and Ii. Society, 1907 ; first prize at Corowa P.A. and H. Society's Annual Show, 1907 ; first prize at Talangatta A. and P. Show, 1908, 2nd Gilgandra Carnival 1911 ; 2nd prize Gilgandra Show, 1912 1st prize Gilgandra Carnival 1912; 2nd prize Dubbo Show, 1913; 2nd prize, Gilgandra Show 1913 ; 1st Gilgandra Carnival, 1913. Sire, Crown Jewel (imp. N.Z„), g sire Shepherd Lad (imp.) j g g sire Herd Laddie (2863, C.S.B.), g g g sire Jemmi© Gray (1454, C.S.B.), gggg sire Lord Lion (489, C.S.B.), ggggg Si...

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TRANSFERRED TO COONAMBLE. NEWLY APPOINTED C.P. INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

TRANSFERRED TO COO MMBtE. NEWLY APPOINTED C.P. INSPECTOR. The Maeleay "Argus" (Kempsey) has a lengthy report of valedictory presentation tendered to Mr. A. D. M of the Lands Department, who has been transferred to the po sition of C.P. Inspector at Coo namblB in succession to Mr. H. A. J. Ingram, recently removed to Kemp sey. ■ Mr. Gilfillan, chairman of the meeting in the absence of the Mayor of Kempsey, said he was soriy to lose - Mr. Mclnnes, who had always taken a keen interest in anything for the good of the district. He was al so a most efficient and obliging offi cer and was not an officious man. A Orown land inspector could make a great deal of trouble for the small, struggling selectors, but Mr. Mc lnnes, had, by his advice, assisted and not harassed them. He could be ill-spared from i the district, and he understood that he was going away on account of ill health, for which he was doubly sorry. As here, he believed that at Coonamble Mr. Mclnnes would make mauy friends. He ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

A WOMAN TO BE BEAUTIFUL must have beautiful hair. Pretty locks have a subtle charm; for as the yoc-t says—-"Pair tresses man's imperial race ensnare." Marie Permanent Hair Stain removes. the enemy of beauty— grayness, and gives you back the glorious hair of youth. It matters not how gray and faded your hair has be come. Marie Permanent Hair , Stain •will change it at once to either light, medium, or dark brown, or black. Washing or any dressings will not affect it. One user writes, "You have paid me the bfts.Vt'urn I ever had. Your stain has given me back my charm of twenty year.s ago." Marie Pcvmanent Hair Stain can do. ,"as much- for you. Why not try it? Sold by most chemists or, sent under plain cover on receipt of 10/6, and 9cV postage., from Maries ■. Ta ■ S<" T Another Big March! Staid, Long-Headed old General, right in the front leading the way. Thousands more wanted to join in the GREAT MARCH TO GARLIHG'S BIG STORES where the victory ever high prices is sure. Firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

The New 191© A Beautiful, Exclusive Car of Medium- Price -so-economical, s© meefoanlcaiSy excellent as^d containing such complete qualifsca taores for Australia that cars Irs its class are at present not obtainable. M ? \ &■ t k 4^ ^ 1 ~zsF^ yv 1 • .1- - n ,4 9 ' * > tv^ , »V ' ) V./W ^ /£W C/IKLAND 'fitodet'i t ^ - ,•/ .j>*> •frfbsse/gcr Jour fag Oar) SPECIFICATIONS.—20 H.P. 4-Cylinder High Speed Engine totally enclosed with clutch and gear-box in one dirt-proof unit; full floating rear axle. Equip ment as shown, including Delco electric self-starting and lighting system; 5 tyres on 5 interchangeable rims; electric horn ; speedometer ; engine-driven tyre-pump ; tools, jack, etc. (5 detachable wire wheels if desired). ' M i B @^15 • ts p M p i „. iv B v#- 5 h v* pfi —Lul^ „ ^ | | f x'X*! }</ Mibf CMttL/tASD; ' H ^ "V < f '4 \p:ij' 4 1 /- ffode/,' ifrbcdsfer; 0* r - ' ^ ^ '{ N<;. -^SblKli-- .-/jy " ■"-QC' ^ ' .. l* | ' j j Agents in a...

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TOORAWEENAH RECRUITING ASSOCIATION. ROUTE MARCH DECIDED UPON CAPTAIN HITCHEN TO ORGANISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

T00RA1EEMH RECRUITING ASSOCIATIOM. ■'ROUTE MARCH DECIDED UPON CAPTAIN HITCHEN TO ORGANISE. A meeting of the Tooraweenah Recruiting Association was held in the local hall on Saturday afternoon last. The president (Mr. J. Brown) occupied the chair, and there were also presnt Captain Hitch en, Messrs H. E. GilJett, W. Waterford, L. Waterford, W. Buckley, R. JFincyh, H. Beasley,"S. Gordon, R. G. Lackey, J. Dawson, S. B. Reid, B. Maberley, A. Herbert, H. Maberley, J. E'yfe, C. Lyons, A. . Hoskings, W. H. Young (sec.) Mrs. Beames, Mrs. McCredie, Miss O. McPherson. The minutes of the previous meet iug were read and confirmed. CORRESONDENCK Irom the Tanned . Sheepskin Clothing Committee soliciting assist ance in regard to sheep skin dona tions, asd also requesting that an ef fort be made to induce persons in the district to give help by addressing envelopes for the committee.-—The letter was simply received, the chair man remarking that the application ( came rather late in the day, and by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

A Home from Home MURRAY'S MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL* TOOSAWEENAH ' ; Only;tke Best "of Liquors'dispensed - . Comforts Civility aad deadlines IJp-ta-iiai© Saddlery Has taken over the business lately carried on by Mr W. Curran, and intends con ducting it as an up-to-date Sadd'ery and Harness Establishment. Collar Making and Repairing a Strong;. Speciality All Orders Punctually Attended To, he new proprietor solicits a trial, and will guarantee satisfaction. ; WMREI STREET, Fop Farm Machinery. J. KIMBSH&SE, Local Agent. Massey-Harris Cultivator. Massey-Harris Drill. • All Kinds of Farm IJIachinery,- ]Diiplicates9 etc. geat fOf"tli'D wsll-known .Clyde Eaginssriag Co., of Sydney. 'v2 yl A, 'ii&tOi -v>; -i„', - ■* „ -H. Clyde S.J. Plough, \rvrJ Mi Clyde 3-ton v/aggon. Information given on classes of machinery. Can supply Chaff-cutters of any size from the Clyde Engineering Co. (Meat for ■ Homsby Oil Engines. Quotations Giv en. Eiirsiiingerie 8iof@!. w ii "mmm . WB a l '&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

ml nearly 509000 have been sold Their EXQUISITE TOME, DELIGHTFUL TOUCH, and MEAT DURABILITY - have . made them famous, . they are sold fully gtsaramteed ©n E&sy^ . Time. Payments. Catalogues are Free. Old Pianos taSeii m exchassgs a-t their utmost Itonest valuation, PALING'S ' 338 George St. SYDNEY NEWCASTLE and 3LISM0MB. ^ea^w.^tpgBS3SBOSggngiaffi^^ Motor Tractors. H. McCLURE Has been appointed Sole Representative in the Gilgandra and Surrounding Dis tricts for Falkiner Electric Coy., for the sale of Jelbart's Portable and Trac tion Engines and Machinery also Falkiner Electric Co.'s Im plements Experting Done. Esti;na!es Given. Full partieulars on application as to terras, etc. H. McOLURF, ' ForGOUGKS, GOLDS, tlATAHBH,- use " HEA'N'S; ESSENCE Costs 2/-, Makes i pint, Saves io/-. Good also for Toothache, Earache and Stomach Cramps and Diarrhoea when used without sweetening. • ' ^ 30-15 J. P. BRADY Plumber and Galvanised Iron'worker Has removed to premises, lately oc cupied b...

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COLLIE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 December 1915

COLLIE NEWS ' (From our correspondent.) Dry conditions still prevail here, although the weather is much more pleasant since the change, being so cool at the beginning of the week that one met many wearing • their coats which is quite an unusual happening lately. ✓ Mr. John Kilfoyle, of "Ban^y Joe," stripped somewhere in the vicinity of 400 bags of wheat this season, being an average of two bags per acre. The O'Connor Bros., of 'Balbora,0 Collie, were not very fortunate in their wheat crop this year. Prom an area of 350 acres, only 60 acres ■were stripped yielding about one bag to the acre. O'Connor Bros, will have a good supply of fodder for this season's dry spell should it happen to come along. Another brother (Jack),, who has 60 acres growing quite close to ths area men tioned, was much more fortunate than his brothers, for I am told his crop yielded from three to four bags per acre. On Thursday evening,-2oth, at the newly erected residence of Mr. Chas. Monk, a farewell was tende...

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