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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

: SPORTING. ? .— — a — 1_ ? .i_ Waymea won the ^Maiden Han dicap at the Goulburn Eight Hour Meeting on Friday, R.F.T. bein-r second and Army Leon third* Lady Bonilly (5 to 1) accounted for the Flying; Apiarist and Bit cher dead-heating for second place. Nine started for tha Pre sidentts. Handicap. N.C., Gadara King1, and Algous were eanal fi. vorites at 3 to 1, while Waraion ey and Seraphic were at 4's, 5 to 1 others. Soiiaphic won by a length from Algous, %ith Gada^a Kiu^ thii'd. One and Three won tli'p Trial,, while Double Stitch (5 j0 1) was first home in the Union Handicap. ' Pn Saturday Apiarist (4 to 1) won tho Opening from Celluloid and Canberra King. Sir Lock (4 to 1) won the Trial , from Gas want and Hilda Kare. Six started for the Town Plate, which was won by Gadara King (4 tol). Lord Tulker was second, and Algous third. The Citizens' Handicap fell to Scotch Belle (5 to 2), Ritcher boing -second 3nd So'.dier's Point third. Sunnyhaven and Grosse's Plains wero amongst the st...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

The Purest Spirit I in the World. FSCHIEDAM^ MADE FROM fBEST SELECTED! BARLEY ^«JA and' %wjr ITALIAN V»fi JUNIPER *m BERRY £g|| LOOK FOR THE NAME AVOID CHEAP SUBSTITUTES Look After Your Eyesight! A GREAT many people who hare beeen sufferiDg from headaches, dizziness, and other nervous complaints, seldom realise that all. their troubles may be caused through concealed strain on the optic nerves, or de fective vision. To remedy this they have been in the habit of taking drugs, in the form of tablets or powders, which may give temporary relief, but often have a serious effect upon the heart. If you in any way suffer with your nerves or feel- a strain after reading, studying, driv ing, etc., do not fail to CONSULT D. DAWSON, Consulting Optician, (Late of English Railway Department, England), It will coBt you nothing t6' have your eyes properly examined, and no glasses will be advised unless absolutely necessary. To Trappers, &c. HAVING. received an order for the sup ply of a lar...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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ELECTION OF QUEEN. LATEST FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

ELECTION OF QUEEN. LATEST FIGURES. Saturday's count made an al teration in the position of the candidates on the poll. Miss Has sall, who had been strongly lead ing from the first, was supplan ted by Mrs. Les. Chapman, who left off with 12,720 votes* against Miss HassaU's 12,570 and Miss Madigan's 8640. These figures camerathsr as a surprise to many, who were of opinion that Miss Hassali would remain in the lead from the beginning to the end of the contest. It is quite possible that there may be further surpri ses in store before the final num bers are hoisted. That a big poll will be recorded may be taken for granted. There is great ac tivity amongst the candidates. This election differs from the ordinary kind, inasmuch as if can didates' supporters are dissatis fied with the position of the poll they have the option of put ting their hands in their poc kets to improve it. Indeed, this is a contest in which money talks. For the sake of the cause this paper hopes . that there will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

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COLLAPSE IN COURT. DEATH OF A WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

COLLAPSE IN COURT. DEATH OF A WITNESS. A sensation was rallied in the Bathurst police court through a, witness dropping dead. A case against a local ? hotelkeepep- Jor the alleged sale of liquor to : a prohibited person was proceed ing1, and William Whatnoueh-was nailed to give Evidence on t»ehalf ' of the defendant. -Witness was entering the courtroom through the swinging doors, -'when -he'sud- -a . _ . ,' . denly collapsed, and fell into thc^ arms of Constable Rhall, and diecT as he was being taken 'into the corridor. 'Deceased, who had*been engt&ged . as .a laborer jn Bathurst, was 54 years of agfa, and had suf fered from a weak heart, It -is reported, from Athens that ths Bulgarians bombarded the Greek village of Karaisina (near Janitza). French* troops drove '..'out the Germans -who. en ?tereed Greek territory at certain points. -..'.. ' ?

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

mwm The ?French have assumed the offensive in* the vicinity of Vevz dun. They vigorously attacked Avocourt -$Food and captured the south-eastern horn of the wood to' a ,., depth of 300 metres ; also an important small - fort. ' Three successive German attacks upon positions captured by the French in Avocourt Wood were com pletely repulsed. The Paris 'Matin's' Stockholm correspondent says that Swedish opinion which formerly favoured Germany's chanc*3 has swung . round since the Verdun -battles, and the country now believes that Germany's defeat is inevi table. Ernest SchUler, a German stow away, attempted, single-handed, to capture the British steamer Mstophe, outward bound with war supplies lor Vladivostock. Schuler locked the captain in a cabin, damaged the wireless, and searched the ship's papers. The crew finally overpowered him ana landed him at Lewes, Delaware. A Rome official message sta tes that the mojst extensive Aus trian air raid of the war was carried out on Monday. ' It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

(CUT-PRICE VALUES -: ,-- ^- Are Always T THE BEST! In spite of the Great 'Advance in All Goods My {Increase in Prices is Imperceptible. .THE VALUES BELOW WILL TESTIFY. Manchester Goods. 54in. White Twill Sheeting, . lOd yd; 72in. White Twill Sheeting, 1/U. 72in. 'Osman' White' Twill Sheet ing, Is 5d yd. ' 80in. 'Osman' White Twill Sheet ing, Is 9d yd. 30in. Soft White Calico, 4|d yd. 36in. Horrockse's Al Calico, 6£d. 36in. 'Spero' Striped Flannelette, 8d, 8|d, 9§d yd.,~ 32in. Dark Grey Flannelette, 8d. 32in. Natural Flannelette, 9Jd yd. Turkish Towels, 6d,- 8d, Is, Is Id to Is 8d each. White Mercerised Table Damask, Is lOd, 2s Id yd. Hosiery Lines. Ladies' Black Cotton Stockings, 6d,7d,8d, lid, Is 2d,ls 4d pr. Ladies' Black Lisle Stockings, ^ ' . mercerised 'ankles, Is 2d pr. ^adies' Black Lisle Stockings, silk ankles, 2s 3d, 3s 6d pr. Clothing. G-ents.' Black Cashmere Half Hose; Is Id, Is 3d, Is 4|d, Is 8d, Is lOd pr. Grents.' Grey Denim Trousers, 3s 6d, 4s 3d pair. Gents.' Blue De...

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THE RUSSIANS. TERRIFIC FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

THE^R0SSIii|?S; - I TERRIFIC FIGHTING; The following description of ^ie fighting tfsar tM Rouman ian frontier is sont by the Ex change Telegraph Company's Pe trograd correspondent :— From wounded officers,,, and oth ,crs back from the front I have . obtained striking details of the p.Cat offsnsive, still pending, of General Ivanoff's southern group ?of' armies. One , of iffy authori ses, who went through the bat tles of the Bs'ura last winter, declares that the present fight ing far exceeds these for - des peration, ferocity, and the per contago of losses which both, sides bear without flinching. first of importance are the .'op erations east of Czernowiez, which, if successful, will roll tip the whole Austro-German line. The Austrian artillery concen tration has proved far inferior to ours, and a complete Russian victory in the gun duel is the ivsiilt.' The enomy positions at Toporoiitz and Ravanze swore to tally destroyed. In 18 hours' lire the woods were razed so that not one tre...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

THE SEASON. The best storm that has fal len here for some time visited us on Sunday, when, in a little over half an hour about 80 points of rain fell. The rain literally came down in sheets. The gutters in w auace-streei overnpwea oji io the footpaths, while the same thing occurred with some of the pipes across the intersection of of the street, which were unable to cope with the sudden rush of water. During the night several further showers fell, which brought the total rainfall up to 9 o'clock yesterday morning to 90 points. Up to the present the rainfall at. Braidwood since the beginning of the year has been as follows :— January, 132; Feb wiary, 437 ; March, 272 ; April, 99. It is not to be surprised at, therefore, that the country looks so well. The 'vfceafher ' yesterday was delightfully warm. Farmers needed this fall, as although we have been blessed with a liberal supply, the ground in parts had become quite hard. The plough will be again busy. Tewksbury Proprietary, Ara lue...

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GERMAN OPINION OF HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

GERMAN OPINION OF HUGHES. : The, 'Frankfurter Zeitung' says Mr. -Hughes is popular in Eng land because in a, country ruled by demagogues the loudest show ter ultimate^: becomes hoarse, and' '7the: pllblic welcome frwli voices. After Mr. Chuivliill. M'1- Lloyd Georg3. ViscotnV Frencn, and Earl Kitchener faifcd, a man from the antipodes, giffp-d W™ a loud voice, is ^hailed a$ tlic Saviour of the Empire. ,

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MINING DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

MINING DEVELOPMENT. A statement as to the Govern ment's proposals for developing the mining .resources of the State was made in the Assembly last week by tho. Minister for Mines. He said that he was causing an inquiry to be held with a view of finding out if there was any possible chance of developing some of the old abandoned mines. .The Premier had promised ., a substantial vote for the purpose in the shape of an increased prospecting vote. It was also proposed to give prpspecting aid to places hitherto barred, as be ing within three, miles of a mine already getting prospecting aid. This aid would be on the share system. The department was erec ting a battery at Canbelego, and* if that proved successful he pro posed to give .further scope in that particular direction.

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. The Fatal Ace of Spades (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

SHORT SERIAL^TOEY. Fatal Ace of Spades (Continued). - ''Well, thank you 4 very much, Mr. Merton,' turning to me with a smile that made even my . old head fell a little unsteady, 'if you hardy mountaineers will conde scend to be bothered by a weak woman.' 'Weak women don't walk over the Fauthorn,' ^returned Jim, with a gleeful laugh. Then we will start very 'early to get up out pf the valley before the lieat of the day- lunch at Rosenlani, and come back in the cool of the evening. We might put dinner off till 8 o'clock.' 'But I could not possibly leave Miss Manson for so long ? ' 'Why not, pray ?' broke in that energetic little lady. 'Marie can do all I want, arid I shall take the opportunity of writing a lot of letters.' So the- matter Was arranged, and the next day was spent among the mountains. The young Russian was a char ming companion — intelligent, wit ty, and cultivated. Though not conventionally beautiful, there was witchery .in her eyes and smile, and' she. possessed that i...

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THE AUSTRALIAN TROOPS. EPIDEMIC OF MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

THE AUSTRALIAN TRQOPS. EPIDEMIC OF MARRIAGES. A n .epidemic of marriages' has occurred ,. . among convalescent Australian soldiers in England. Five marriages were celebrated Abbey wood depot last Aveek. A Western Australian officer mar ried a girl who had nursed him in Wandsworth Hospital Some Aus tralians have applied for passa ges for their wives to Australia out of their deferred pay. Mr. Fisher (High Commissioner for Australia) has cabled to Mel bourne upon the subject, but has received no reply. Several men who applied to the' Agents-General are being gran ted assisted passages for their wives. While military officers hesitate to' interfere with the rights of these heroes a feeling is grow ing that some marriages aro, hastily arranged and .lightly con sidered.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

THURSDAY, 6th APRIL. A; WTSCOTT WILL sell by public auction, at the usual time and place, 400 Head Mixed Local Bred Cattle As FOLLOWS: 80 BULLOCKS, station bred, 3 and 4 years old. Half Bla^k Poll ; balance Durhams ; all fat. 30 BULLOCKS, 3 years old. Best of colors, forward condition 150 STEERS, from l\ to 21 years .. old, good condition, colors, reds and roans 60 STORE COWS. Local bred, good condition 30 HEIFERS, 2£ years old, good colors 12 DAIRY DURHAM HEIFERS, 3 years old, very choice 12 SHORTHORN COWS, with Calves at foot 10 FAT HEIFERS, 2 years old 5 FAT COWS 20 PODDIES, 12 months old. NOTE.— The above Cattle are all in great condition, and will be found as described above. They will be sold in lots to suit pur chasers. — ALSO — 500 Extra Good Sheep, AS FO110WS : 100 PRIME FAT XB WETHERS, very choice 150 XB WETHERS, 4-tpoth, one mark, fat and forward. Very even lot 80 XB HOGGETS, one mark, carrying great fleeces 140 MERINO WETHERS, rising 8-tooth 30 FAT SHEEP. Buyers wanting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

Tallaganda Shire JJoimcil. OCCPPIEBS OF L4ND. within, the area of the Tallaganda Shire are hereby notified that steps must be taken IMMEDI ATELY to ERADICATE ALL NOXIOUS WEEDS and PLANTS. If it is found that this notice is not com plied with stricter measures will be enfor A PERCY B. TAYLOR, - Shire Clerk. Siiire Office, Braidwood, 27th March, 1916. Tallaganda Shire Council. i PPLICATIONS are invited and will be JO. received up till 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, lliu APRIL, 1916, from Gentlemen hold ing the necessary L.G-. Certificate for the POSITION OF ENGINEER to the above named Shire. The Salarv attached to the Position is at the rate of £300 per annum, such salary to cover all travelling and equipment allow ance. PERCY B. TAYLOR, Shire Clerk. Shire Office, Braidwood, 27th March, 1916. I Tallaganda Shire Council. NOTICE is hereby given that MR. H. HAWKE has applied for PERMIS [ 8I0N to *RECT A PUBLIC GATE ACROSS THE OALLEN ? WELCOME REEFS ROA') on the dividing line be tween Crown Lease E a...

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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. The King has given £100,000 to the Treasury as war money, to be applied as the Government deems best. Mr. Hughes had a rather bad turn on Sunday morning. The latest bulletin, however, is fav orable. There was another Zeppelin raid on Saturday night oh the north-east coast of England, It did considerable damage. Sixteen per sons were killed and 100 injured. Yesterday resembled a mid spring day. The temperature was quite hot in the afternoon. Mr. M. Neylan , formerly of Jem baicumbene, was in town last week on a visit to Braidwood. He new resides near Sydney, but he still retains a deep affection for the old spot where he spent so many yeans (of his life. The deposits made, in the N.S.W. Government Savings Bank last year, despite the war, ex ceeded repayments by £517,203 Is 6d, which, with £1,022,846 9s 5d interest added to depositors' accounts, made kn, increase in depositors' balances of £1,539,989 for the year, and a total amount to credit of £33,536257 7s 5d. Who ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS: [From Oar Correspondent.] '. ? SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. The American scientific yacht Carnegie, after covering 17,000 miles of South Polar exploration, reached New Zealand on Satur day. The voyage occupied 120 days. For' three and a half months the jship was in iceberg regions. 'TJie Aurora has been picked up by the tun Dunedin, and is ex ted to reach Otago this morning. The Petrol Commission to in quire into the allegations in con nection with tho proposed Go vernment petrol monopoly will not sit before Wednesday. Recruiting in Sydney last week was low, only 450 having enlis ted.. The session of the State Par liament will not clnose until the Arbitration Amendment and Rail way Control Bills _ have been pas sed. Mr. Holman explains that the object of the Railways Bill is to specialise the administrative work of the Department. Th3 160th casualty list, issued this morning, totals 359, as fol lows : — Drowned, '1 ; killed in ac tion, 5 ; died of wounds and ill ness, 17...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 4 April 1916

LOCAL AND GENERAL.     WEDDING. A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Colman's R. C. Church, Kyogie, on March 7th, when Miss Amy Rolfe, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rolfe, of Nerriga, was married to Mr. Patrick Hart, of Lynch's Creek, formerly of Braidwood. The Rev. Father Barry,, B.A., of ficiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Leslie Rolfe, of Collins' Creek, looked charming in white ivory silk, trimmed with seed pearls and lace, made in Eton coat style, with the usual wreath and veil (sent by her sister, Mrs. Wal lace). She also carried a shower bouquet of white roses and ferns. She was attended by the bride groom's sister, Miss D. Hart, of Lismore, as bridesmaid, who wore a pretty frock of white voile and hat to match. The bridegroom was attended by his cousin, Mr. Ernest George, as best man. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a pair of gold sleeve links. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold brooch se...

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OUR SCHOOLS COLUMN. III. Class Teachers' Examination 1916 Midwinter. 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel" (Scott). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 April 1916

OUR SCHOOLS COLUMN. III. Class Teachers' Examination 1916 Midwinter. (Br Haeold L. Dale.) 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel'. (Scott). . The main motives Scott had for writing this Lay sesm to me to be threefold. First, he had a love for legends of Scotland from youth. Then (2) the heroes here in were real peoDle of Scott's fam ily years ago, with a mixture of magic and a fairy. Lastly (3) the metre was not familiar at the time of writing to the world of letters. There is much that can be safely skipped as quite unin teresting, e.g., the last Canto. The student should be able to quote for the following questions, if asked for a description : — (1) 'The Power 'of Love.''' 'uIn peace Love tunes the shepherd's reeds ; in war he mounts the warrior's steed,' etc. (Canto 3, lines 11-17). (2) Melrose Abbey by Moonlight. 'If thou would'st view fair Mel rose a right, go visit it by the pale moonlight,' etc (Canto 2. lines 1-17). .(3) Scott's love of Nature. In the 5th Canto, lines 1-4, 'Call it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 11 April 1916

I Victor ?Pianos will stand all I climates, | ttiey have I a beautiful i tone and 1 I last a life- I I time. I 1 Write for I I free Catalogue and I 9 price list showing' I H Easy Terms. I I 338 George St. I ana at SYDNEY I NEWCASTLE and LISMORE. 1 S I EASY TIME PAYMENTS. 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. You simply pay a small deposit — the balance can be paid by monthSy instalments. ?'' We shall be pleased to write you full particulars— Catalogues are- free. Every Piano sold is fully guaranteed. ! PALING 8 338 George St. ?*«' SYDNEY NEWCASTLE & LISMORE. 10 IF YOU WfiHT ANY JOBPRINTING SUCH AS Memorandum Forms Bill Heads Receipt Forms .. Order Forms Circulars Handbills Tickets of any kind Visiting Cards Meznoriam 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, ...

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