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[?]es." [?] TOWN [?]tive [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

E TOWN tive jh bj^feT? fie time of our Brocklehurst peepai'eT? luncheon in the hall, paddling round with al cheerful disregard to the in clemency of the weather. The "Goo-ees" did justice to the luncheon, which was voted a fine spread, but more good things were to follow. After having been thanked by Capt. .Nicholas, the ladies announced their | pteution of saying good-bye to the j joy s of the Castlereagh in a .manner lest.^uited to the occasion, and a levy'of charming girls proceeded to lot"their words into.action. There td been, naturally, a fair amount of jch.leave taking at all the previous Intres where stops had been made see leaving Gilgandra, though per lps: mostly; in,ilie privacy (?) of the Surest:darjiiu-comers, but the "Coo ees"" consider that they have never been so well kissed as when the fair residents of Brocklehurst lined them up. The school children led the way .011 to the Dabbo road, singing patri otic songs, and the girls also insisted on tramping the first mile....

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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The Doings Of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

& The railway duplication works on \"2|-. mA'n western line are prog-res V 'sing well, and will reach Millthorpe within it week or so, :^von stable Dorm, of Mundooraiiy been appointed relieving Ser 5|fit at Hill End, and left for that . Hi last week. •v: *. Aisignor Iiong, of Wellington, will J^&rn with regret that he is again in disposed. &A m r V-Fbe many friends of the Very Rev. ^Che license1 of: the 'Mundoorau Hotel has been transferred from Herbert W. Burns to William H. Byrne. At Wellington on Saturday" last £33 was collected at the big'' horse sale towards paying for comforts for the Gilgandra " Coo-ees." Mi'. A.. Kelly, an experienced house decorator and renovator from Sydney, has just accepted a contract from Mr. A. K. Gar.'iug, of .Dnnedoo, to nno xrate his beautiful home, " Killarnev A German named Johanu Rohde was lined £2,. in default L:l< days' gaol, by Me. Hoi com be, P.M., at Borbes, last week. <tRhode was em ployed on Je...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

0 H BE BII¥l'PQ of Wheat'In any quantity. ij Mad Bulmtjj highest price Givte^l. very Convenience lor Unloading Wheat at our large Up-to-date Shed. Wheat rcccivcd for Storage on Liberal Terms. Gristing Done at Current Rates. • M. M8LEOD~S CO., Millers and Grain. Merchants, Gilgandra MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS "CASTLEREAGH FLOUR.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

STmister: in forceasa fw"ho,' by rea Pfi Tonvictious re fuse associations, were barred from stacking their wheat in the sheds P Would the Ministry carry out the promise marie a year ago-7 that the sheds should not be leased to political bodies? Mr. Hoi-, maxi admitted that the/question was important. The sheds were tn>- fro. .'perty of the Commissioners, and not; ' under the direct Ministerial control. Ip".was not desirable that the Com iu-jbsloners should enter into business.. v 'r^atious with any political .bodies, <■ '^nd he would call a conference and. soe what could be done to place the . fatter on a more satisfactory' basis, ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

General Carrying Bus* A. ORGAN Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that he h; business in Gilgandra as > G^NERAIi CARRIER. All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. Furniture arid General Merchandise removed to any locality. J*L T'i'isfcl" SolicitbeidL. The A.B.G. Fruit M Confectionery and Refreshment Rooms ai a ted in Csarlfng's New. Building? aext tlic Big Store. Cassfm and Ba1 Te Jlepharae 73 Proprietors. We Don ut \Ve know wool, and we know the wool market from A to Z. ime, thought and energy'is centred on beating everybody else priccs. ' '.Mfinchcombe-Carson speak for themselves. Hundred of growers have stuck to us since the started in business. This is. the best sort of. evidence that our methods account sales arc satisfactory from the owner's point of view. Consign Wool; Winchcombe Carson, ~JLM DOMING harbor To Graziers. Heavy Conditioned Earthy, Dusty Wools, are very, difficult to sell, whilst attrac tive lines of SCOUREDS...

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SERVING THE AT FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

SERVING THE AT FRONT ■ i» The following is a list of those whc have gone on active service. Anyone knowing of others not on this list w6uld greatly oblige its if they would send any names that are omitted, as only by this means can a complete list be compiled : ' W. Alston K. Aldritt -J. Aldritt S. Attwood /Charles Baker ■ W. J. Baker ^ a ,B. Baxter * '' Aohn Berry .Andrew Berry' Thos Berry SVBennett H. Baxter LeslieJBacn V. Bogie > F. Brocks P. Byrnes . R. Biggs ■«J. Broad Bert. Brown D, Blowes H. Boidcr — Bolder F. Ballard H. Buckley C. Beasley C; Christiansen T. Cardew R. Christian T. Oallan T. Colan S. Carberry T. Clancy R. Crutch John Clarke J. Christie P. Christie ' Curry J. Crawford J. Cameron R. C. Campbell E. Dunn H. Dalmain W. Davidson*'" J.Davis T H.gDawson (^sd) J. R. Diggs ' \ Dawes Jas. Dean G.Ellis _ .Smith, Gular Eric Elderidge < W. Smith John Macnamara Mill, Gular ■ S. Mead J; McGill W. McGill W. McNab C. J. Mooney - .John Morris F. Maynard Roy Marchan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Ther's Mottling in a Name Until the Owner Achieves Something When Lincoln stood bare footed steering a raft down the river,, how many would have thrilied at his name ? Try to disassociate such names as Edison, Car-, negici Marconi from the owner's achievements and they are commonplace names after all. But the ability to do something above the average mean ! something. KENNEDY' & CO. are inseparably connected with CLOTHES and if you are jjoin" .make YOUR NAME ACHI EVE.SOMETH3NG comc to & °' JMCiilev -St., Gilgsfcxidraa.. Anthony H orderas'for the Sumnou ;r Fashions ANTHONY HORDERNS' Summer Fashion Book faithfully presents every phase of the prevailing Modes, illustrating all that is new and smart. Write for a copy, posted free on request. It brings the latest fashions within reach of everyone in Australia. Excellence and Economy are assured by Anthony Horderns* Famous Low Prices Anthony Hordem & Sons, Ltd. Only Universal Providers, New Palace Emporium Brickfie...

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INTERESTING LAND CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

INTERESTING LAND CASE. The Land Board at Coouj^mble during Wednesday and Thursday was occupied with the application • of Thorqas Godwin, who at present holds 25G1 acres of c.p, and c.l. land, to acquire by transfer the c.p. and c.l. of 2560 acres lately owned by John Roach. The case is of some importance, as the District Surveyor and his staff: contended that 1500 sheep will in that district provide an income sufficient for the maintain ance of a family, ; and that 4000 acr6s should be the maximum area for home maintenance in the Coo namble district. The applicant and his witnesses agreed with the Crown , witnesses as to the carrying capacity : o£ the respective areas, viz,, 2£ : acres to the sheep on Godwin's coun jtry and 3 acres to the sheep on [Roach's. The Crown contended that | the total area of 5121 acres exceeded a home maintenance area, and appli cant's witness (Mr. Howard Speight) contended that in this case the area was not more than sufficient. The Board reserved its dec...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/& For Children's Hacking ceugh at Night v.i

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CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT. SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

■ CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT. F SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF. The annual concert by the pupils -of St. Joseph's Convent School, Gil ..gandra, took place in the Australian Hall on Wednesday night, w hen, as is always the case, there was a large .. attendance. In fact, there was juBfc about standing room, and that was } .all. The entertainment, on the , whole, was one upon which those (jfe'7 taking part and the Sisters are to .be i warmly congratulated. It was easily f ' the best concert in which the school has yet figured; and the appreciation of. the public goes out t'o the Sisters, whose time and patience have been ?thrown into it for weeks past, and who spared nothing to give an enter tainment worthy of the occasion, and the public true valne for their money. Only those who have had experience "<3an ful]y realise what it means to properly train children for a public concert performance. The work is trying; pat^nce is the chief essential; :firmness is^ .necessary qualification; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

recruiting" association " A General Meeting of the above will bu iiehl in the Union Church Hall on Saturday-next, 23rd instant, at 3p.m., to discuss general business. VV. A. BARDEN, President As we are being continually approached with requests to suppress reports of public proceedings—police court in par ticular—we wish it to be clearly under stood that we do not intend to do so, ir respective of person or persons. In a sense, the paper which we publish be longs to the subscribers, who expect to get a fair record of all local public matters I* Clearance AT WALLUMBURRAWj Farming -fit, Si Furniture, Etc, Friday, Octobei At 30.30 R. A. FINCH, Too r awel in conjunction with! SMITH BROS., Bilganl Have received instructions H Andrew Hosking to sell by publil at his "Oakfield," WaJ] umbi property, on'above date, 1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FECTS for 8 roorhs, includt1 board, Wardrobe, Linen Pre ing Machine, Piano, Pot a Cooking Utensils, Linoleum|J MACHINERY.—Meadowbank | Hay Rake, Chaff Cutter...

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[?] News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

v. and will oe* amongst the ••'ioi Wheat buyers this season. Jan' jf i and Co. are amongst the largest I Jat-buying firms of the State. V f * 'he finishing touches are now lg given Mr A W Woods' beautiful ! r residence in Warren Road. This I ; jse constitutes one of the prettiest, ! /. /st-planned, and most up-to-date places in the district, and is a dis tinct improvement to the town. It is a healthy sign of progress when we aee erected in thef town houses of ar ) chitectural beauty of the character of ike residence referred to. Mr. Wood is to be congratulated on having so fine a home. ')i' • # =» * i Mr. W. J\ H. Vifcnell, late of the IBank of Commerce, Tooraweenah, was presented with a purse of ' 50T>"f;«j,gnF.' 'by the people of Toora weenl&ion Thursday night last, left f;r Sydney on Friday. " Vit " com menced duties at the Head Office of the Commonwealth Bank on Monday. He is " hanging out " at the Empire Hotel, and when any of the lads are "down below," he invites th...

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PITCHFORKING TURKS. A QUEENSLANDER'S FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

PITCHFORKING TURKS. ' -) A QUEEItfSL ANDER'S FEAT. The star}' of the "huge" Queens lander who pitchforked Turks over his shoulder on the day of the first landing caused a good deal of amaze ment and some disbelief at first, bat there has been ample proof of the story. The man who was responsible for this remarkable feat is Sergeant Burne, of the Oth Battalion, who was among the woundeji Queen.slan ders who returned. Over six feet in height aad massively built, Ser geant Burne looks quite capable of the act he is credited with. Sergeant Bu rue's modesty is in proportion to his size. It was a long while before he could be induced to talis about himself, and even then he tried to minimise what he had done. "It is not a case for mo to take arty credit at all," he said. "I was in> the platoon that landed first on the right. Our lieutenant was the first man vo get ashore—-and as game a man as ever stepped ashore. I fol lowed him. I was ordered to take in hand a line of sharpshooters wh...

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MY SON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

MI SON. L liqive given you unto the Empire ; Yon will follow its battle flag • Yon jvill hear the sound of slaughter In valley, on plain and crag, I ha ve given you out of the play v ground, / From many a merry mate, /To send you, a stripling soldier, f'' Out to the field of fate. '0rr But when the good work is over, •if'» And your share of the strife is 7 done, I shall be proud of the lad 1 lent, ; T shall be proud to say I seut My son, My son, They have come in their thousands lustily, But the gaps still cry for mere ; They have come from the bushland lonely, From the scrub and the sounding shore ; They have come from the deseii dreaming, From out of the rolling range, From the verdent," placid pastures, From the hills that never change. From out of the alleys squalid, Where the t^s are dread and . \ dun ; With pride I have heard their foot steps ring. And so 1 have sent, to serve my King, My son, - My son, • ' They have gone ir. the teeming troop f; ; ship ; k' They have fought t...

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COMPLIMENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

COMPLIMENTED. The Chairman of the Dabbo Licen sing ileuch (Mr. A. Gates, P.M.), at a recent court, complimented Mr. In spector Peterswald on the precise iiess of the reports which he furnish ed to the Bench. Some inspectors, said Mr. Gates, had got into a groove, and the phrase " well conducted " had with, them become, stereotyped. It was an obsession. They wrote " well conducted" to everything, often when the premises concerned •were merely drinking shops. But Mr. Peterswald wrote what he thought, and what he (bought was evidently tie basis his pbservation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Trotn Gerii though Sweden's ..t< snpply Russia with 'Swedish' goS is like the wonderful hat of the ccj jurer—we will be ret>dy to receive : the manufactured goods which tl whole world .(outside' Germany) cl supply. Odessa will be the only fective gate of entrance. Thif is on the eve of a'rush of bnsii unparalelled in its history." Preparations are being made the rush. Business men ' i'rotn northern provinces, whose agencj have had little work during the fiai year, are moving to the borders the Black Sea, securing establish raents, and will be ready to resnml work. Quite a number of Ameri) cans, representing big export firms! on the other Bide of . the Atlantic, have worked their \iiiy down Odessa, and have shown rsf tic go-aheadness in renting offices,. and laying all their lines ready for the ships that are expected to dump millions of rouplcs worth of goods, into Odessa. It is clear that the United States is going to make a big jump for the j lurns of Russia's trade ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

lamborB, Rv-- N3-5^BaTm.-,-[7fc ^ : "rtf yaried 71—v 1 ■- > i„ a* -1 t ," •■~ran>55.fc the lo! «, ., -...pw in her lot d •w Allies. Popular sentiment Greece was understood to run strong ly in such a direction. But sufficient allowance had not been made for diplomatic v,'heels within wheels -working at Athens. It was not by . any 'means a deligable circumstance that King Co'iistail tine's 'wife was the Kaiser's sister. j.£ common rum oar speaks aright'the royal lady has a lira oh stronger will than her husband. She naturally lias intense . sympathy with ideas made in Ger many. Benevolent neutrality to wards the. Allies • is mean while the' attitude of Greece. As for King Con'stantine himself, his secret feel- ; ings with respect to the landing of 1 Allied ti'oops in his kingdom, is pos- I sibly that of the poor'cat i' the ad-j ?vi^S|a'g;eJ.2of-ipg I dare not, wait upon I | would." Doubtless, in the depths of . }iis ' heart his Helenic. Majesty is a j Kaiser's man, Bulgaria had ...

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THE POST OFFICE. AN OUTSPOKEN PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

! THE POST OFFICE. j AN OUTSPOKEN PRESIDENT. Federal public servants tamely submit to reductions while politicians drew big salaries oriel in creased theii' j)(j) qnisites. ]Vlr Spence had utterly fai led to .give satisfaction t) the various unions in the depart ment, and feme of his rulings were a distinct menace to the principles of unionism. The closing of'the trunk lino was a complete failure in .regard to the despatch of public business. If Mr. Spence, -who has appointed "a- . number of meddlesome mediocrities" | to pick his .administration to pieces, | and introduce another "Black Fri | day," under the gnisa of economy, ! won Id fulfil the promises in ad e at i election time by the party, he would 'do something to rehabilitate himself i in the members' favor.. The phuik:. I of equal -pay to women for equal ! work was daily ignored by Mr. : Spence, the president of the A.W.U. i His policy of laissez i'aire had clis ' pasted the service, and someonc l should speak out and exnose...

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THE SECOND ROUTE MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

THE SECOND ROUTE MARCH At a meeting of the Dabbo Re cruiting Association, Stinson suggested that regular visits be made to the rural centres during the har vesting season, with a view to awakening interest in the next route march. He believed there would be a big increase in recruiting after har vest. Mr. Champion considered that in view of the seriousness of recent developments of the war recruiting efforts should be made amongst the harvesters. Mr. McLachlan said it was deplorable- that the great mass of the people did not grip the situation. It was a sad state of affairs that 50, I 000 people could be seen on the race courses while the Empire was en gaged in a life or death struggle, and while our brave boys at the front were calling insistently for reinforce ments.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 29 October 1915

It is reported that Dr Blaney, of Coolah, will shortly wed a charming Toowoomba lady. 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. ■fvi, AUSTR4IJA \&Y FUND ' ' A public meeting will be held in the Australian Hall on Wednesday, Novem ber 3rd at 2.30 p.m.t to r'eccive the bal ance sheet in connection With tfic Aus tralia Dav Fund i, GORDON* CHRISTIE, Sec. S-liHE OF GliGfti^HA ~~ sitpplementary/list op i ■ ELECTORS. NOTICE is "hereby given that the Supplementary Lists; of Electors may be inspected daring Office Hoars between tlie first and seventeenth, days of November 1.915.at^fcfte under-. i mentioned places:— 'r ^ COUNCIL CHAMBERS, Warren Road, G ilgandra. COURTHOUSE, Gilgandra. At any time on or before the Seventeenth day of November 1915, any person whose name does not ap pear on the list for the Riding, ...

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