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POSTAL TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

' Owing to an alteration in the railway time table recently made the postal j officials have found it necessary to re j vi^sc the times of the closing and depar ! ture' of mails. The appended time table i has now been adopted, viz. : ; Arrivals from— I Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun ; gerie, 30.15 a.m. daily cxcept Sundays. Coonamble, GuL-.r, Curban, Armatree 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted Tooraweenah. Biddon, 2 p.m. Sun days, Tuesdays, and Thursdays Collie and ^Merigal noon Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays • Mundooran, Wednesdays and Fridays noon Departures to— Sydney, Dubbo, Balladoran, Eumun gerie 3.40 daily Snndays excepted Coonamble, Gular, Curban, Armatree, 9.45 a.m. daily Sundays excepted Tooraweenah, Biddon, Collie and Meirgal Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays noon Mundooran, Tuesdays and Thursdays noon Bulga, Mondays and Thursdays noon Everton, Tuesdays and Fridays noon New Berida, Tuesdays and Fridays All mails close thirty minutes before the advertised time of departure

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMPERING WITH SCALES At Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

/AMPERING WITH SCALES /The Chief Seci'-e.tary, announced tiiat he was making provision against the possible tampering with race-i course scales, by directing that con»f crete floors shall be placed under the scales, or a sheet of iron in the same place.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

j^xicrrioKr: • szultz. GH0ICE\1I§AI FARM ^Metaxtgj" Fassous GIl!«<5AI«T>R.I5. DISTRICT. 750 ACRES 750 Wednesday, January 19th ' ■JOI2L.O^SLKri5KJBL, : KEMP-BRUCE & CHRISTIE Have received instructions from Mr F. J. Anderson to sell by Public Auction at their offices,'Miller St., Giigandra us above "Nerang" comprising 750 acres C-P. and C.L. lands, sel. 1887, cap. value 20s p.a. 12s p.a. will make freehold- Situated3j miles Giigandra and adjoining Marthaguy Siding. The very best of WHEAT -LAND highly improved', 700 acres desired and been cultivated, all netted and sub-divided into'i paddocks. Amply watered by tanks, and wells. Nesv 4-roomcd house, stables, buggy and machinery sheds, etc. This is an exceptionally good wheat farm and is for GENUINE SALE. In> thorough working order, purchaser can take stock and plant at a valuation if de sired. We can arrange easy terms. Half cash balance over number'of years, INSPECTION ARRANGED. Note date of Sale—January 19. KE...

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BORROWING PROPOSALS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

BORROWING PROPOSALS The Council proposes to apply for the Governor's approval under the "Local Government (Shire Loans) Act, 1914," to borrow Nine Hundred (£900) Pounds to be expended on the pre.vision of a Wa ter Supply Service. Trunk Supply Main and Stand Pipes only, for the portion of the GiJgandi a Urban Area described be low* namely :— - "All properties fronting Warren ■Road commencing at the Western Corner of Lot 61 (Mrs Lydia Woods, owner) and thence to Carlginda Street on the west side, and up to and inclu sive of Lot 8, Section 17 of the Miller Estate on the east side ; all properties fronting Morris Street, including Lot. 17, Section S of the Morris Estate in Court Street, and Lot 176 in Myrtle Street; and alt properties fronting Biidge, Wrigley, and Court Streets between Morris Street and the Castle reagh River, and also properties on the east side of Eiraban Street be tween Court Street and Carlginda Streets." To finance the above Water Supply Scheme the following Estima...

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Catholic Church CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Catholic Church Gilgandra—1st and 2nd Snnday Mass Sand 10 a.m., Devotions 7.30 p.m. Gilgandra—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 fiffh Sunday when occurring. 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 8 a.m. Breelong—Mass at Mr Montgomery's residence once a month as by local ar rangement. Curban—Mass once a month as by local arrangement. - llev. .Father Parlcor

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SMALLER CAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

SMAEiIiER CAMPS. The Minister for Defence said that instead of continuing the system of concentrating practically the -whole of the Expeditionary Force men in New South Wales in one camp, at Liverpool, it has been decided to-dis tribute the men in several camps in the country districts, such as Goul burn, Bathnrst, Armidale,- New castle, and Cootamuridra. At these places the men will undergo recruit training and will be equipped. Then before embarkation, they will be concentrated at Liverpool to com plete their training, and be organised as complete units or reinforcements. With the introduction of the new system it has been decided to ap point Colonel D. Miller, C M.G > I.S.O., V.D., as commandant of all camps in New South Wales, under the District Commandant. Colonel Miller will.', be responsible for the command, administration, training, and.equipment of all men enlisted in the Expeditionary Force. He will take up his duties almost immediate ly- ' Mr S. W. Markham Mills has re...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JASPER PANTOMIME COY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

JASPER PANTOMIME COY. The biggest house that the Aus tralian Hall has ever held was at tracted by the Jasper Pantomime Compauy on Boxiug night. The hall was crowded with a refined and fash ionable audience, and even standing room was at a premium. The panto staged was Hurnpty Dumpty, with Ida Ingersole in the name part. From the rise to the fall of the cur tain the co. played and sang splendid ly, and Gilgandra, although it prides itself on its song froid, was astonish ed into vulgar ecstasies. The principles, the ballet, the costuming, the scenery, the staging, the mount, ing and orchestra were beyond com pare, so it is no wonder that Gilgan dra,'s select ten thousand and all without, were astonished and . de lighted. On the following night the co., by special request, 'put on' Little Jack Horner, to a crowded house, and brightened an already bright re putation. It is said the panto people intend wandering back again in'June if so they will be received with open arms.

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GILGANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL Council Chambers, Gilgandra. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Council Chambers, Gilgandra. Oflicc Hours : ,Mondays to Fridays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturdays : 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (holi days excepted)

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

PRELIMINARY NOTICE CLEARING SALE. At "Long View," near Bearbong Wedat®s^ay5 Feb. 9th rSBBITS & SOTS ' Have been favored with instructions from Campbell Ferguson, Esq., who has . sold his property to sell by Public Auc tion at Long View on above date all his Stock and Plant Consisting of 22 Good Houses, Cattle, Ma chinery, Harness, 5C> tons Hay, Sulkies, Dray, and Numerous Sundries Full detailed particulars later Note—9th Feb. at Long View TIBBITS & SONS, Auctioneers. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE Saturday, Jan. 15th At 2.30 p.m. sharp A. T0WP3SEND & sm Have received instructions from Mr C. Hobbs to sell by auction at the Imperial Hotel Yards on above date 15 Mead Horses comprising 2 Draught Mares, 9 years, foals at foot, 1 Draught Mare 5 years, 1 Draught Gelding 7 yrs, 2 Draught Geldings 3yrs, 1 Draught Qolt, 2yrs, took first prize last F. and SJ Carnival, 1 Draught Gel J mg, 2yrs. unbroken, 1 Draught Yearling Filly 6 Liight Horses As follows—1 Saddle Mate with ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

FOR SALE A 1 EAM, consisting of S or 10 horses, waggon, harness, and full waggon gear. Immediate possession. Anplv J. ROOKE, Gilgandra., /NOTICE... /"" If the man representing himself as Mick Smith does not return to Ashburn to complete his ■ contract of burning off about 160 acres of timber on the specified land allotted to him to clear by 10th day of January,'1916, I will re-let same at'his expense. Signed, ROBT. N. McGILL. !"Ashburn," Gulargambone. TENDERS. WANTED / TENDERS wanted for 300 acres GRUBBING, situated on south-east corner of Kirwee. Taps taken out 12inr roots Sin deep. Can tender in lOOac lot, or more.' All tenders to be in on Jan. 11th, 1916, addressed to WALLACE TWIGG, "Kinvee," Armatrce. . NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Commencing with the first issue in the Ncv Year, all casual advertisements published in the "Gilgandra Weekly,r will be charged at the rate of 3s per inch. This increase has been rendered neces sary owing to the high cost of printing; stocks, coupled with ne...

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Evangelical Lutheran Church [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Evangelical Lutheran Church Jan. 9fch—Biddon 10.30, Grilgan dra 3 p;m. Harvest Thanksgiving Festival. Rev. E. C4raebner. Ladies and Gents boots and shoes at Calling's, e^tra good value, lidgh in qualify low in price.--Q

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WEDDING. HORAN—CROCKER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

HORAN—CROCIvER. A quiet but prett}r wedding was> s iemnised at the home of the brides' parents, Grilgandra, during Christmas: 0 week, when Daisy Mary, eldest daughter' of Mr. T. Horan, was joined in the holy bonds of wedlock, to Albert, the second son of Mrs. Crocker, of Combara, the Rev.. Father Parker being the celebrant.. The bride, who w.as given away by her father, was handsomely attired in embroidered organdi muslin, with, tule mob cap, bridal veil and orange blossoms. The bride was accom panied by her sister Violet, as maid, who looked charming ia a recherche gown of white embroidered muslin and mob cap. Two little girls—■ Doris and Olive Crocker—daintily attired in blue, attended the maid. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. C." Crocker, as best-: man. After the ceremon}*- a sump tuous breakfast was partaken of. The groom's present to the bride was a gold pendant and chain, whilst to the maid he gave a gold brpoch set with pearls. The wedding presents were numerou...

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ENCLOSED ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

ENCLOSED ROADS j A point of law was debated before the courts last week which, though it appears to have been finally de cided some time . ago, is a constant source of trouble in country districts. It arises, as a rule, from a misappre hension of the effect of an order un der. the Crown Land Acts, by which a landholder is given permission to enclose a part of his land which has been reserved as a road of access. The mistaken belief is that such a permission makes the surface of the road enclosed land and entitles the holder to the remedies allowed to the holder of enclosed land against anyone trespassing on it without his permission. It is, difficult to see how this belief grey? up in the face of the words of the section, No. 202 of the present consolidated Act, The per mission is clearly given for the bene-! tit of the landholder who, by putting u p a gate, can prevent his stock from straying. But it clearly does wot confer on him complete dominion over the land. He may be Ordered ...

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GILGANDRA RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

GILGANDRA. RASES. ' VI ♦ A SUCCESSFUL; MEETING. Typical summer -weather prevail ed during the two-days of the Gil gandra Jockey Club's Christmas meeting, but despite the great heat, the attendance on each day was good As usual, at such functions, the lad ies predominated, and the light airy -costumes added much to the gaiety and effectiveness of the scene. The racing, on the whole, was fair, but big fields were exceptional, hence the punter was more' than usually .gloomy during the first day's races. However; on the second day he got .a "bit of his own back," as the books in two or three races were badly left. AH the* officials carried out their , onerous duties with promptness and dispatch, and the secretary, Mr W. 'G. JJewe, was powerfully energetic in the discharge of his work. Mr A. J. Lance conducted the publicans booth, and as the day was a thirsty one, had quite a bag full of gold to ■cany home each day. Although accounts have not yet . beeir ma.de up it is anticipated that f...

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WISE AND CO.'S CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

/ WISE AND CO.'S CAKE. j (Sake guessing competition run by ! Wise and Co. proved a great success, I and so did the cake. The competit | ors •were numerous, and the conipet i ition keen, but as the guesses had not beeu counted up to the time of going to press, we are unable to state the number. Mrs W. P^rtlock and i Mr Altman tied .in their guesses of the weight of the delicious piece of confectionery, and being the nearest to the exact weight, the cake "was handed over to them, and they div ided the spoil. As a result of the competition the local Red Cross will benefit to the extent of between £o and

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

ivi'i'*>v.K£M.y":.^ »i Pianos ©f Pure Tone Quality. Call or write for free Catalogue a.r&«3 prxces of Sames Britista-fauilt piaraos. Yo«a'1I firidl it 1 interesting. They are soldi ftsIEy Guaranteed arisS orx EASY TERMS. , LI? ?>- i - I ^ 338 George St. 7' , SYDNEY and at NEWCASTLE aad LISHOSE. 5 I COMMONWEALTH ^|g|l|j|^ ^ AUSTRALIA £510,000,000 4£ per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 . PRICE OF ISSUE, PAR. THE LOAN IS TO RE UTILISED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY, and will take the form of either INSCRIBED STOCK or TREASURY BONDS, at option of Subscriber. Both CAPITAL and INTEREST will be a G11ARGE on the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of the COMMONWEALTH. \ BONDS and TRANSFERS FREE of COMMONWEALTH or STATE STAMP DUTY *nd INTEREST FREE OK INCOME TAX. \ STOCKS or iJOND.S will be accepted at PAIt/iii payment of Commonwealth PROBATE and SUCCESSION DUTY. Tin; Stool; is an authorised TRUSTEE INVESTMENT. TREASURY BONDS issue! ill ficiioiiiinati/ns of £HO, £tOO, £}SQQ, and £1,000,' or STOCK INSCRIBED in a...

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VISITING CYCLISTS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

VISITING CYCLISTS The ubiquitous 'pressvnan. It's im possible to rid one's self of him. We were right in the mi;lst of publica tion, and in dropped one of him from the "Mudgee Post," (Mr H. Kear). Pie was an atbeletic scribe, and when lie loosened his tongue and informed us he was a bike rider we did not doubt, as his physique stamped truthfulness on the state ment. He left Mudgee early on Tuesday morning, in company with Mr II. Byrnes, nephew of Mr A. G. Byrnes, of Tattersall's Hotel, and ar rived at Mundooran, 70 miles distant, at dinner time. Starting out after dinner for Gilgandra, the cyclists took the wrong track, and landed in Apple Tree Flat. Here a hospitable teamster took them in and nourished them exceedingly. They were up be-times next morning- and struck O Gilgandra soil at 8.30 a.m. But for going astray Mr Kear avows they wonld have covered the distance in a ; day. The bikists leave on Saturday morning with the intention of going to Dubbo, Wellington, and hence to Mudg...

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GILGANDRA RECRUITING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

GILGMDM RECRUITING x SSSttliWTW :f /A" meeting" of the Gilgar.dra , ermtuig: Association was held ia /; Messrs. Kemp-Brace and' Christie's • rooms on Friday evening. The vice--' president (Mr. Fitzhardinge) pre-/ sided, and there were also present Messrs. T. Nash, A. F. Garling, P\ J. McManus, Captain Kitchen, Cor-\ | porai McQueen and the secretary \j {Mr. Colquhoun). I The minutes, of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. - CORRESPONDENCE. From the Tooraweenah Associa- , tion re the lecturing intenary of Captain Hifcchen and Corporal McQueen, and asking that sugges tions be made in regard to dates. After some discussion it was decided that arrangements be made for Cap tain Kitchen and Corporal McQueen to speak in Gilgandi^t, on January 7th /to-day), and that arrangements for the place where thejr shall speak be left in the hands of the President, vice-president, and secretary. Should certain expenditure be ne cessary in regard to the arrangement of the meeting or other in...

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DAINTY CALENDARS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

DAINTY CALENDARS One of the daintiest little calen dars issued by business men in this towjiv comes from Messrs. Kemp Bruce and Christie. Its daintiness, however, does not detract from its usefulness. The dates are arranged on the perpetual systera, and are en cased in an artistically tinted alu minium frame. We congratulate, the firm on their taste and enter prise.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Another Big March! Staid, long-lieaded ©!d GesseraS, right in the front leading the way. Thousands '-.more wanted to. join in the GREAT MARCH. TO Miotics BlG .STORIES whsre th© vistory over high prices is s&sre. 'First ©Feat Spread B$OTS 8MB SUSIES. A great facto^ in the great march. H© exoissa if you-have not good boots. High in quaiity, low in price Second Spread KEN'S M YOUTH'S-HATS, SUITS, SHIRTS, AND TIES, just,frftat is wanted for a big Xmas spruce up after ths march in heat and dust. Another Halt Where the Ladies a§°© in.-evidence and HfllLLiiEHY is the first --dish'm and a sumptuous-spread'of dainties awaits you. Then follows; DRESS BlUiJSES, finished off dainty sweets in M0E§5..EMBROIDERY,R3BB0.KS, I&B. JEWELLERY,;-- Don't' be-shy girls, get right', into-line ,and' double -quick marcn will bring you early victory;' Another On the way is ELECTROPLATE mi FANCY GOODS. For IRONMONGERY mii ^AilSS WARE. ' Every item on the bill is.filled . At the-End . of the Marc...

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