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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. Tbs German steamer Hispania has been mined off Sandhamn. The crew were saved. The British steamer Fairport, 3848 tons, which was unarmed, has bsen sunk. A despatch from Paris states that the submarine which torpe doed the steamer Sussex was captured later on by the French. An important dossier has now been prepared, proving up to the hilt the culpability of the com mander and crew, all of whom liavs been taken prisoner. The affidavits have been forwarded to Washington, exposing Berlin's hy pocritical methods. A. tremen dous sensation is expected when'' the dossier is published. A Turkish communique receiv ed at AmsteVdam states that two Allied aeroplanes, ascending from the Dardanelles on Friday night, flew over Constantinople at a great height. They dropped in cendiary bombs on two villages. They did not do any harm, and were driven off by guns.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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THE ONLY WAY TO WIN. BE VT GERMANY. HOPE ONLY IN FORCE OF ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

THE ONLY WAY TO WIN. BE VT GEFMANY. HOPE ONLY IN FORCE OF ARMS. M. Aulard, the famous histor ian of the Revolution, writes in thc» Paris 'Journal' a most inter esting article, in which he up holds the contention that the war can only be ended by some de cisive victory, and not by mere economic exhaustion of either side alone. M. Aulard declares that the delusion that the Allies only require to hold out to win has caused us much damage since the battle of the Marne, and if persisted in may ruin our cause. Germany may be tir ed, but she is not exhausted. We have too often been told that our blockade ^ould reduce the Central Empires to starvation ; but they are only forced to re strict their appetites and follow a regime that will do most of them much good. If ths mark sinks even to 30 4tentirnes at Ge neva this will not stop Essen from building guns. It is the most dangerous mistake to imag ine that Germany will fall on her knees for want of food, or money, or men. This well-known wri...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [From Our Correspondent] SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. The evidence before the Petrol rol Commission has closed. Ad dresses from counsel will be heard on Thursday. From Good Friday until Eas tsr Tuesday, both inclusive, there will be no recruiting at Victoria Barracks. The unions affiliated with the Barrier Political Labor League yesterday condemned Mr. Cann's action, in connection with the re cent Darling Harbor strike. The Defence Minister has been advised that more care is neces sary in packing and addressing parcels sent through the post for members of the A.I.F. in Egypt. The 164th list of casualties, is sued this morning, totals 503, as follows : — Diad of illness, wounds, and injuries, 5 : wounded, ill and sick, 477 ; injured, 15 ; returned to duty, 285. Mr. T. Horau. one of our great est, old-time cricketers, died in a privaia hospital at Malv;j.rn. .Vic toria, yesterday, from dropsy, agifd 62.

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ROAD METAL CRUSHING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

ROAD TOT&L ''CRUSHING PLANT. Xlie Eurobodalla Shire Council (Moruya) has just installed a new road metal crusher. The 'Times' gayS :_'We inspected it as would a pessimistic critiq, determined to find out some reason why the plant should never have been purchased— some reason why the old methods adopted in the con vict days for metal-breaking1 should have been adhered to in stead of the councillors procuring machinery costing about £750 to do the work which the convicts made a pretence of doing in the days of the penal system. To I show how badly we failed we 1 print the following figures— sim- I pie they sare, but they will take I a lot of smothering, even at the I hands of Moruya's staunchest ad vocate for adherence to 'the way grandfather used to do it.' We were informed that less than one tin of kerosene, Which at the present time casts 6s 3d locally, will run the engine all day. Once started, it will run all day with practically no attention, so the services of a certifi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

EASTER HOLIDAYS THE -BRAIDWOOD REVIEW.' FOLLOWING onr usual custom, there will be NO ISSUE OF THI8 PAPER on TUESDAY NEXT, 25th Inst-, in order to allow our staff to participate in the EAS TER HOLIDAYS. Advertisers and others are kindly asked to note. THOS. C. MUSGHAVE, Proprietpr,

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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LIQUOR REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

LIQUOR REFERENDU3I. The attention of our readers is invited to an advertisement in this issue calling attention to the fact that the recent collec tion by the police of the names of electors does not necessarily entitle thorn to vnfcp. at. t,h-» Re ferendum. The advertisement will be found on page 7. The Writ will be issued early, probably on April 20th, or a day or two later. The Braidwood Band will play a programme of music in the ro tunda hi Ryrie Park tomorroAv (Wednesday) night, commencing at 8 p.m. A collection will be' ta- ken up to help defray the cost of the uniforms recently purchased by the Band.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

©nut /TSv' distilled 11 \ In s s w HOLLA|f I Owly Bottled in HOLLAND I Look After Your Eyesight ! AG-REAT many people who have becen Buffering 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 drug?, 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 cost you nothing to have your eyes properly examined, and no glasses will be advised unless absolutely necessary. ? 1 ? To Trappers, &c. HAVING- received an order for the sup ply of a large qnautity of RABBIT SKINS, I am prepared to buy' them IN ANY QUANTITY at PRICES EQUAL T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 18 April 1916

GOVT. ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice under Section 91 of the Mining Act, 1906, and Regulation 106. 'VTOTIOE is hereby given that applica .131 \tions as hereunder, have been made in terms of the abovementioned Act for dredg ing leases to mine for gold by means of hydraulic sluicing in and on the area des cribed, and that I, the Warden of the Dis trict, having been so directed by the Secret ary for Mines, will on the third (3rd) day of MAY, 1916, at 10 a.ui., at the Warden's Court, at Braidwood, hold inquiries concern ing such applications. Any objection to the applications must be JoHged with me, in the WARDEN'S OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, before the day abovementioned. Applications Nob. : 89, (Local No. 166), Bra dwood ; Names of Applicants : Thomas Henry Hodges, Oliver Joseph Rappeneker, and David Ay ! ing ; Description of Areas : Portions G.Ls. 60 and 61, M.Ts. 11 and 25, Parish of Oallen, County of Argyle, situated on the M't bank of the Shoalhaven River, commencing about one chain south of the 6...

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OUR SCHOOLS COLUMN. III. Class Teachers' Examination 1916 Midwinter. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

OUR SCHOOLS COLUMN. III. Class Teachers' Examination 19 16 Midwinter. (By Harold L. Dale.) Dickens : 'Hard Times.' I have come across some good notes in the 'Tutorial Guide' for October, 1915, ra this week's book, so it was copiously drawn on by mo in this sketch. 'Now, what I want is facts. Teach these boys ana girls nothing but facts. Facts alone are wanted in life.' That is Mr. Gadgrind's rule of life. He brought his family up on this principle. On facts he based his doings. In Parliament he urged the same — Facts ! In school he had enforced it. Im agination, the divine gift to a child, was stifled. 'Never won dier' was a pet expression of Mr. Gadgrind. The results proved dis-. astrous to his own family, and1 compelled him to change his theories. His daughter, Louisa, starved in affection, was made sullen and indifferent to all ex cept her brother. She was com pelled to marry Mr. Bounderby. hypocrite, old man, and oppressor of his workmen. His son, Tom, is portrayed as a thief. L...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

Iar news. 9 ? 4. sensation was created in the House of Commons, when Mr. Walter Long (President of the Local Government Board) intro duced the Military Service Bill, embodying the Cabinet's compro mise, but owing to the hostility ./ t'i,n rnmnulsionists and vol untaryists, Mr. Asquith later m the sitting announced the bill would be withdrawn. The bill j pleased neither the compulsion ists nor the voluntaryists. French airmen have been busy on the western front. The Ger I mans who attempted to debouch I against the French position to I the north of Senones (Lorraine) I were stopped by the French cur I tain of fire. I Very little damage was done I by the recent Zeppelin raids on I English counties. A German propagandist plot I for the despatch of thousands I of telegrams ? purporting to be sig I nod by each Senator's constitu I enls. protesting against the Uni I ted States going to war in any I circumstances, has been exposed I in the. Senate. Organised Ger I man efforts to buy up Ame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

IMPORTANT LANDSALE. . E. BTJNN HAS been favored with instructions from the Administrator of the Es tate of the late MR. WILLIAM McDOW ALL, of Durran Durra (five miles from Braid wood), to sell by Pnblic Auction, at THE MART, BRAID WOOD, on Thursday, May 11, 1916, at 12 O'Clock Noon Sharp, the undermentioned Properties, in Separate Lots, on account of the Estate. For Absolute Sale: FREEHOLD^ LANDS. Lot 1 : THE HOMESTEAD. PORTIONS 10 to 16 (inclusive) and 21S, Parish Bruce, County St. Vincent, con taining 598 acres. House, 7 rooms, in cluding Kitchen, Bathroom, Scullery, &c. New Orchard, trees about three years old, choice sorts. Dairy, Wash . house, Three-stalled Stable with Coach house and Storeroom, Feedroom, Stock yards, Milking Yards, Cow Bails, etc. Four Small Paddocks adjoin house, three netted. All boundary good fen ces and partly uelted. Well watered by St. Omer. Durran Durra, and Brushy Hill Creeks of never-failing water. All been picked up a*nd burned. A lot of it c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

A TRIBUTE FROM Mr. PETER DAWSON. Mr. Petw Dawao*. the ffainout ting er, whw« phonographrecord. delight million. of peopw aU©w4eworU.ha.paidafinetabutetoU« excellence of HEAN'S ESSENCE, the gwf money-saving remedy for coughs, ey*'8*''™ and other chert and throat trouble*. He r* ce-tly wrote: 'I am clad to «y Art . ?*?» dote, of HEAN'S ESSENCE co-plete!yd» pelledaceM that had troubled ?*«*?'*£ week..' HEAN'S ESSENCE cort. «dr » Added to water and iweetenfng .1 ^produea ? pint of the f inert quality cough mixture mo»ff cab buy If not .locked by your chen-»t« ?tore, .end 2.. 3d. for a bottle by ?»»*. * ?'? manufacturer, G. W. HEAN. Chemut. IjJ CasUereagh Street, Sydney. The railway earnings for last quarter show an increase of ^ 811 over the figures of the cor responding quarter of last yeai. The tramway earnings mcreaseu by £10,173-, and the expenditure increased by £5773. . ...*

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The Position in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

The Position in Ireland. ? * ? . In the House of Commons on Thursday night, the Prime Min ister, Mr. Asquith, made the fol* 'owing statement : — ' To-day's news from Ireland showed that the situation still contains seri ous features The rebels still ho'd some important public buil dings in Dublin? Fighting in the streets continues. The ? troops have been and are being strong ly reinforced. Martial- law has been proclaimed. The Govern ment's first paramount duty, ho said, was to restore order and stamp out the rebellion with all oossible vigor and promptitude. That was being done. The ob ligation undoubtedly rested on the Government to hold a sear ching investigation into the cause and the responsibility for these events. Mr. Asquith announced later in ths House of Commons that the situation in Ireland was still seri ous. The movement apppars to bo spreading, especially in the west, and street fighting in Dub lin continues. Martial law has been proclaimed throughout Ire land. Mr. Red...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

??'WHY PAY MORE ? Cut Prices are Best Value.. WINTERGOODS ! in ail Departments. Dress Tweed at Is 3d, Is 4d, te 9d, Is lid, 2s 2d, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 3d to 4s 3d yd. Garbardine Cloth at 2s 6d yd. Coating and Cheviot Serges, 2s lid, 3s 3d, 3s 9d, 3s lid. Resildas, 3s 6d, 4s. Poplins, all colors, Is lOd. Ready-to-Wear Hats FOE LADIES AND CHILDREN. Girls' Velvet Hats, all colors, 3/3 Girls' Pur Hats, all colors, 3/10. Children's Velvet and Pur Hats, from Is 3d. Ladies' Black Velvet and Silk Hats, 6s 3d. Ladies' Black Velvet Hate, 4s lid. Ladies' and Maids' Fancy Silk and Plush Hate, 4s lid to 12s 6d. Flannels & Flannelettes Appleton's Storm Flannelettes, in. dark grey and lawn, Gfd. Heavy Dark Grey and Fawn Flan nelettes, Sd, 9d, 10|d, Is yd. Heavy Stripe Flannelettes, 6|d, Sd, 8H lOid, Is yd. Grey 'Flannel, 2s, 2s Id ; Blue 2s. Dainty Floral Sateens, at before war prices, 8d, 8|d3 10|d, Is. Dainty Floral Cretonnes, 5d, 7d. lOd. Dainty Floral Double Width Cur tain Cretonnes, 8d,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

BRAIDWOOD, THURS., MAY 4. WORLDS ENTERTAINERS— Singers, Dancers, Comedians, Bell Ringers. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. Popular Prices. Children, Half. The forfeiture of Frederick Lester Blanchard's C.P. 95.49 of 40 acres, parish of Deua, has beoen reversed. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. Roland Crowley's A.L. 15.5 of 640 acres, parish of Palerang, has been declared lapsed. At a special licensing court on Friday, before Messrs. Har ris and Coffey, J's.P.. an auc tioneer's license was granted to Mr. W. H. 'Whittaker, of Braid wood. The following gold-dredging re turns are reported : — Tewksbury Proprietary Araluen No. 3. 32oz'; Victorian Araluen, 70oz. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. Notice is given in the 'Gaz- ette^ that the undermentioned mineral leases will be cancelled on the 1.2th inst. :— J. T. Pool ft and another. 60ac, 69ac.? and 40ac, parish of Mulw&rrec.

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PATIENTS OF RECRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

PATIENTS OF RECRUITS. Parents and wives of members of the Expeditionary Forces, when travelling distances over 150 miles to camp, are entitled to railway tickets at the rate of single fare for the double journey on presentation of the approved certificate. The return journey must be completed with in one month and the conces sion is limited to one visit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

Crow AW. JL Reductions IflllP TheCheapStores If WHITE CALICO, 3/6, 4/6. .AtoMngsMaa.. HORROCKSE'S 36inch Al . ? ~. ? = ? 5/3 doz. STRIPED FLANNELETTE, 6i,d, 7d, 7±d per yard. 36in. GREY FLANNELETTE. 7£d per yard. 36in. CREAM FLANNELETTE, 7*d per yard. COLORED FLANNELETTE (for Blouses), 5-J-d, 6-?,d, 7.Vd yd. ROLLER TOWELLING, 6d per yard. BEST WHITE TABLE DAMASK, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10 and 2s yd. LADIES' GOOD COTTON HOSE, 3 pairs for 1/-. LADIES' LISLE THREAD HOSE, 9d per pair. LADIES' LISLE THREAD HOSE, with silk ankles, in Black, Tan, or in Lace, 1/11 per pair. GENTS.' REAL MOLESKIN TROUSERS, 5/6 per pair. BEST DUNGAREE TROUSERS, 3/6 per pair. gents: blue drill shirts, 2/3. 2/6, 2/9. gents.' fashion shirts, 2/6, 2/9, 3/-. GENTS.' BEST FELT HATS, 3/11, 4/6, 5/- and 5s lid. I BOYS' BEST FELT HATS, 3/-, 3/6, 3/11, TiffiF michaeTWfaha ™Sap EUCALYPTUS OIL T' AM a BUYER of the above IN ANY QUANTITY. Price, 5id per Ih* Cash at Scaies at McDonald's Store, Braidwood. FRED. WEBB, MONGARLOWE, Repres...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

Sparks from the Anvil. — ^. — 'The time has come,' the Walrus said, To speak of many things ; Of chips, and shoes, and sealing wax, Of cabbages and kings ; And why the sea is boiling hot, And whether pigs have wings.' Many and varied ars the excu ses offered for not enlisting. One young man put his case this way : 'Well, yer see, I gotta bonser tart, and if I go away some other cow might git her 1' He appar ently subscribes to 'the doctrine that 'absence makes the heart grow fonder' — for the other fel low. * - * * To use the vernacular, Mr. Holman has got the 'industrial- ist' section of the Labor con ference fairly by the wool. The Labor party caucus having re fused to accept his resignation and that of the Ministry, and furthermore having declined to form another Ministry under any circumstances, the aforesaid 'in- dustrialists' are now placed in the position of either backing down or seeing Mr. Wade en trusted with tha task of form ing a new Government and for cing a fight white...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

? J To Our Country Friends IF CO5IING DOWN FOR THE SYDNEY SHOW DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT OUR STAND IX THK WINE KIOSK, AND SAMPLE FEEE Caldwell's ™ Wines THE 1915 CHAMPION PRIZEWINNERS 1 WE AVILL ALSO BE PLEASED TO SEE YOU IF YOU HAVE TIME TO CALL AT OUR andDcellars } 65 Macquarie-st., Circular Quay Agents for : TASMANIAN IRVINE & CO. 'MERCURY' ' GREAT WESTERN' SPARKLING HOCKS SPARKLING CIDER. AND CHAMPAGNES STOCKED BY ALL LEADING HOUSES. Sol. Green, LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. Comniiasious executed ou all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING PRICES obtained on all WEEKLY EVENTS IN ANY STATE. NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS. £LL communications Receive Prompt Attention. sufficient address- SOL. GREEN, Sydney.

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AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 2 May 1916

AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS. One of the principal objects of the interstate forestry confer ence, which it is proposed to liold in Adelaide in the course of the next six or seven weeks, is to devise a scheme whereby the quantity of timber imports will be gradually reduced,, until only woods which cannot be grown in Australia are allowed to come in. 'With tlis exception of a few special varieties.' said Mr. Ash ford (Minister for Lands) * last week, 'we can grow in our own States timber equal in quality to that which we now import. For instance, we can grow coarse pines in New South Wales, while Victoria can grow fine pines ; and at the forthcoming conference we will endeavor to make some ar rangement in this connection. Other subjects for discussion arc. a syllabus of instruction for stu dents, and a scheme of uniform tree nomenclature.' At the yearling sales a Moun tain King colt realised 1300 guin eas. ^

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