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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

LATEST MILLINERY Panamas, flowers, arid < Ribbbita. We have jasst ©pe^ed the first lot of our New Spring Millinery They comprise ail. the VERY LA TEST CREATIONS in.., Mais, Ready-to-Wears, ' Washing, Panamas,. and S!iap@§„ SPEmt TRBNiNllNG.' Miliary Stripe Silk, Including Na val Brigade, London Sesttisli, "Oordons, and 8Ul.ftLG.< Those NiiBStary Stripes are- placing a .prominent part 112 the l^ew. Season's .TrimesiiRgs I . We OordiaSiy Invite ¥®«r Visit Inspection,-for we as*® confident that we have maintained our re putation for exc&usive ii©v©Ities5 asici up-to-date stages J. H. HITCH EN Federal Stores I Where Quality Always Counts 3!®P

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

Consign your BUTCHERS' PRODUCE FUR SKINS RABBET S&ENSg eto. PIGS, CALVE3 MAGKuricaN-ff otobbs Best Paddocks ax Fz<s)uiKcm»r Kemp-Bruce & Christie. TO ^ HILL, 1LAII & CD. SYDNEY MEghost (Price and Prompt j Sbulikg A«kkx» Qhkt Special Agents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

RAILWAY HjDTESIL, Oppoeite Gilgandra Railway Station A. J. LMCE, Having purchased from Mr J as. Skelto.i the abc^ve well-known popular hotel, is prepared to cater for the public according to modern requirements. ; A Modern Hostelry. A Good Table. The Be&t of Appointments. An ideal xamily hotel. Lighted throughout with electricitySplendid stable accommoda tion. \ Nothing will be spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome old faces. Pleased to welcome new. • |A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. Tattersall's Hotel, Gilgandra, Opposite Post Office. ^Under Entirely New Management.) Gr. ■ Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above Hostelry, which * he will conduct on Up-to-date Lines. All the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and v ail the appointments are most complete. The Stabling Accommodation the most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commod...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

Methodist Church. Dec 19—Gilgandra 11 Mr Row diffe; Tooraweenah 11, Biddon 3, Gilgandra 7.BO Rev Jenkins

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Evangelical Lutheran Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

Evangelical Lutheran Church. December 26—Gilgandra 10.30, Biddon 10.30 , Eev. E. Graebner.

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"OLD GOLD AND SILVER WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

"OLD GOLD AND SILVER WAR FUND. A new fund has been started in Sydney dnring the last few days with the-Hon., Sir W. P. Cullen, C.J., K.C.M.B., as President, and Messrs J. Rnssell French and H. H. Massie (General Managers of the Bank of i New South Wales and the Commer cial Banking Company of Sydney) as Vice-Presidents, for the collection of old gold aud silver articles, such as cigarette cases, watches, chains, orna ments, trinkets, old-fashioned jewel lery, anything gold or silver (espec ially gold) aud no matter how old, battered or broken. All gifts that are too good to be melted down will be sold'and the proceeds of sale and of the melting down will be divided between the "War Chest," "Sheep i skin Waistcoat" and other War Funds. It is! estimated that there is an enormous amount of money-vaine locked up in New South Wales and the other Commonwealth States in 'the shape of old gold and silver articles and old jewellery, which are of little value in their present form, but which? ...

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A GEURIE ROBBERY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

AGEURIE ROBBERY On Thursday of last week Robert Cassidy appeared before Mr. "W". F. Robertson, P.M., at Wellington, on a charge of stealing1 £5 from John Grawford at Geurie on December 1. After evidence had been taken, the accused pleaded guilty, and asked to be dealt with leniently. He was sen tenced to three months' imprisonr, ment with hard labor in Bathurst gaol, and the P.M. said he would \ make a recommendation that if the money were returned the sentence would be reduced to one month.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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LARGE AREA FOR SETTLEMENT. IN THE PILLIGA SCRUB DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

LARGE AREA FOR SETTLE MENT. IN THE PILLIG-A SCRUB BIB-, " TRICT. The adjustment of an area of half a million acres in the Pilliga Sopab district in connection "with the State afforestation seheme is now practic ally completed, and an area of 280, 000 acres, which is not suitable for this purpose, is to be thrown open | for settlement. This settlement land, said the Minister for Lands on Monday,,was adjacent'Ho the route which would be taken by the Coonabarabran-Bur ren Junction railway, and the sleep er cutters had formed their first de pot on the area for the cutting of ironbark sleepeis to be used on this railway. The money obtained as royalty was to be utilised for the destruction of prickly pear within the Pilliga State forest area, and the balance—'estimated at a few thous and pounds—would be advanced for the destinotion of the pest upon the blocks to be made available for set-' tlement. These blocks numbered ! about 40 or 50 of the whole. J Mr Ashford stated that the blocks we...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAVELLING POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

TRAVELLING POST OFFICE. The Postmaster - General (Mr. Webster) was asked in Parliament whether it was the intention of the department to abolish the travelling post office on the North West, South West, and Orange-Dubbo lines. He replied that he had received certain recommendations regarding this line. A committee had proposed to cut out this post office, but he had asked for a report giving inore detailed infor mation. As a matter of fact there had been proposals for dealing with all the States, and he was investigat ing them. He stated emphatically that nothing would be done to inter fere with any public service that the public demanded. Itx was well to remember, however, that in view of the present period of stress and fin ancial need, Ministers must do their utmost to help the Treasurer along.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

NOW OPEN Our Magnificent Assortment of Xmas Cards WHICH COMPRISES The Most Beautiful Selection Ever Seen in the Wjest. Prices range from Id up to 5s each / Boxed and Packet Gards.of EYery ^Description^ Local "View Xmas Cards and Autograph Stationery All British and Australian Manufacture. \ ' If you cannot call and inspect send postal order or cheque for any amount ,, and we ■frill send you an assortment post free. \ ' ' Xmas Presents, Toys, & Jewellery of Every Description Stocked P. C. Miller & Co., ; The Gilgandra Xmas Card Specialists • General Carrying Business^, A. OMGAN ■ V Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that he has commence business in Gilgandra as . ' GENERAL CARRIER, All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. Furniture and General Merchandise removed to any locality. A UipIslL- Soli<oi&©«3L. A Hint to Sheepowners As wool salesmen \Vmchcombe,'Carson Ltd., enjoy the eomplete confidence o...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. £10,000,000 ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. £10,000,000 ASKED FOR. Tlie Commonwealth Bank of Aus tralia published the Prospectus of the Second Issue of the Common wealth War Loan on the 1st Decem ber, and it is how generally known that a further amouut of nomianlly £10,000,000 is open for subscription. In order that the situation may be fully understood, however, it is as well to mention that, although only £10,000,000 is nominally asked for, the Commonwealth Government are under the present necessity of rais ing locally for war purposes altogeth er £25,0Q0,000 during the current financial year up to 3.0th June next,, and it therefore goes without saying that all amounts in excess of the £10,000,000 will be allotted in full. The subscription list is open till the 31st January, but there is no reason why intending subscribers should not make immediate appli cation, as a full six months' interest ynll be payable on the 15th June. The proceeds of the wool clip are al ready reaching the hands of many pastor...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

H.J. Varcoe has for sale New and Seconhand Cars. If you want to buy a car, or any class of machinery, call on Varcoe. Expert advice costs you nothing, and saves you pounds. Ad dress—Varcoe's Garage, Gilgandra. Woods' Great Peppermint Care, 1/6* For Chronic Chest Complaints, Motor Tractors. Hi MoCLURE Has been appointed Sole Representative in the Gilgandra and Surrounding Dis tricts for ,, Falkiner. Electric Coy., for the sale of Jelhart's Portable and-Trac tion Engines and. Machinery also . " v Falkiijer Electric Co.'s Im plements Experting Done. Estimates Given Full particulars on application as ta terms, ete. H. McCLURE, "Myall View," Gilgandra« Phone 30M

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

T Giilargambone! ;■ a - Co-operative- - Stores Ltd. Have. Just .opened'a Fine Range of Flannellettes Housings" SummerOressGoods Etc., Etc 1 And Ladies & Gents 1 ©till II ity Good. Low.Prices1

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OUR COMPLETE SHORT STORY. Christmas Eve In Fairyland. A Story for Children. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

OUR COMPLETE SHORT STORY. BY MRS. HORATIO BEVERIDGE. Idl one of the poorest parts of a I very big city lives a family of three I children with their mother. They are French children, and their names are Marie, Angele, and Jean. Their widowed mother earns twenty francs per week by her indnstry in making artificial flowers. Her spotless little rooms, of which there are three, look •quite festive on Sundays when the little family return from their sim ple worship ; for on that day these simple folk love to decorate their homes. With what expectancy the three children look forward to Christmas tide, which is only three weeks dis tant: How they talk to each other of the beautifully-lit shops; which their mother will take them to see, of the lovely Christmas Tree, which will be lit up so cheerily in the little school-room where Jean has .his-les sons. How they picture to them selves that room f.ulLof. happy faces, all poor children, but happy never theless on this occasion, for who ■could...

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SHARE FARMING. GOVERNMENT SCHEME NEAR WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

GOVERNMENT SCHEME NEAR WY ALONG, Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lauds,, last week explained details of his scheme for share farming on Forest Yale'Estate, situated on the line of railway now under construction from Wyalong to Lake Cadgellieo. It has been decided to offer to share farmers 21 farms of about S00 acres each for a 10-year period. On. each farm 250 acres h,as to be crop ped each year and 250 acres fal lowed. An area of 10 acres must al so be ploughed and planted for af forestation purposes. The balance of land to be used for farm, horses, etc., and sheep, the latter to be a ne cessary adjunct tD the farm. The rent in reppect of this will be at the rate of 2|- per cent of the capital value. Houses will be built for the settlers, the land will be cleared and fenced, and a store will be establish ed there on similar lines to that suc cessfully carried out at Woodlands. A sawmill will be provided in a cen tral situation, and about three quar ters of a million feet of timber will b...

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THAT 50,000. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

mil i m ft h AO A 'idki u u 5 v u o, ? A circular lias boon, issued to all 'Recruiting Associations and Mayors 'and Shire .Presidents by Mr. Oatts, organising Secretary of: the recruiting campaign for Now South Wales, ex plaining that tho burden of the new scheme for raising 50,000 men would fall mainly upon Mayors and Shire ' Presidents, and involves some modifi cation of existing arrangements, and asking all concerned to work together harmoniously, and make a special effort by practical work and sugges tions to fte'Ip fulfil the promise of the Commonwealth Government.

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A NO-LICENSE PUBLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

A Nd-JLXCENSE PUBLICAN. ( . Iii .j'fche course of an address at Bathersb on the 6 o'clock closing of hotelfe, Bishop Long stated that after his recent address at Oratige the owner spf an hotel came forward and said he hvas with him in everything. When canvassed by brewers he told them hi^ money was on the other horse, j The man had an hotel willed to. him/and was trying to get out of the bargain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

MISS GLADYS L MONCRIEFF, the .. gifted young Australian operatic singer, writes:—"I have proved the value of Mean's Essence for preserving the clearness of the voice and overcom ing- distressing effects of a cold." A bottle of HEAN'S ESSENCE costs only 2/-, and makes one pint of the finest Cough and Throat Mixture, as much as you can get for 12/- of ordinary' mix tures. ' Obtainable from all IChemists and Stores, or from G. W. HEAN, (pro nounced HEHJ), Chemist. 173 Castle teagh St., Sydney. 24-—15. J.P.BRJLDY Plumber and Galvanised Ironworker Has removed to premises lately, oc cupied by Mr. E. J. Carson, Miller etreet (next to .Wise and 0o.'a Store). Estimates given for all General W «rk. NOTICE Anyone found Trespassing or Damaging Fences on "Ashgrove," Collie, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. A. RANKMORE, Senr. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS ANYONE found Trespassing on the property of the undersigned known as "Arthursleigh," or damaging fencing or gates, will be prosecuted, wi...

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At Home and Abroad. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION ) Good progress is being made with the railway line fronr Dubbo. The clearing gang is only eight miles from Mnndooran, on the top of the range. It is exp'eeted the rails 'will fee laid up to the Boomey depot by the end of Jarinai'y. The concrete piers at the Talbragar Crossing are complete, and a steel bridge is being erected. The line should reach Mun dooran by next September, earlier than was expected.

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"CARMICHAEL'S OWN." LOCAL RECRUITING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 17 December 1915

"CARltHAEL'S OWN." i L0CAL RECRUITING / • MEETING. The\ recruiting meeting in the park oA Sunday evening last was not exactly V success, but when it is ex plained \that Gilgandra has given many mein to the army, and harvest ing operations are now in full swing, the three recruits who offered them selves afe, possibty, as much as could be expected under the cireumstances. Every effort was made to render the movement a success, and, to add pomp, a somewhat large band was got together. The Boy Scouts also assisted, and under the leadership of Scout Master Irby, a small contin gent formed up, armed with rifles, and marched, together with members of the Rifle Club, to the park. The public attendance was not large, but still the meeting was en thusiastic. Mr. Menzies, a member of the Rifle Club, explai»ed that the I meeting was lieid for the purpose of gaining recruits for Mr. Carmichael's scheme of enlisting 1000 riflemen. Mr. A. F. Garling was the next speaker. He was clear and deliber ...

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