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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Happy New Year to all. & & *# Towards the end of the year the local flour mill ^yas paying 4/8 to the Government for its stock of flour. •* :K: =£ Next meeting of the Gilgandra Hospital committee will be held on Thursday next, January ISth. & * * A meeting of the Gilgandra Re cruiting Association will be held to night (Friday). & A,meeting of the Progress Com mittee will be held next Monday night. -fc '-X: ■# License of the Imperial Hotel, Gil gandra, was last week transferred i'rom Myer Levy to Ivan Curran. & -x= * Hawkers licenses granted at the last court:'—Sharpully Mahamad, Gilgandra; S. A Balderston, Toora weenah. -» . & Field glass for the use of. the men at the front have been donated by Messrs W. C. Rolls, Gil. Curran, P. C. Miller and Co. and Reg. Lackey. Under the supervision of Captain Iiearn, the members of the local fire brigade underwent a dry practice and,drill on Monday night. * - *• * By Monday's train Mr. H. M. Levy,...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT COLLIE. [?] [?] ATTENDED [?] [?]TION. [?] [?]ALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

V AT COLLIE. IA.TTK2N.DEi) riON. [lISED. •/ heat, the Christ--. ^Kher contributing make the Ai lies' H Co 11 ie on ^Friday j Mng nature. The. ^Rjagr'e, and quite •, ^Bfebration at Collie j ^Ahen nearly £600 j ^Bever, the orga- J ^®ponsible for the j ^Vand the arrange. ' Ked to and carried Ito that a full ground aranteed. The Gil pin embers of which les gratuitously, was Id about 11 o'clock lis ion from the town of about a

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

Wheat. Wheat. ^ ■ maw.iwrojwjwi—aiw 'imiiw \ Loisis ireyfus & CoyJ .'Are-: receivers for the-Oovern->. 7 irient,-including "4s Government- I m . m f ..v.. -.SMITH "BROS. Phosie 13 Teams unloaded by Peax-ce Hearas Wheal s © IM. McLeod & Co. .MTSS GLADYS L. MO?JCRI13FP\ the" Kitted young Australian operatic singer, writes:—"I have proved the value oi: Hctyu's • Kssence. for preserving the clonrnoss of the voice and ovorcom »'idislTcssinpr effects of a cold." \ hoi;tie of H3B AST'S 33SSS3STG® costs only 2/-, aiid makes one''pint of the finest i Cough and Thma't Mixture;, as "much as k you can ;ret l'or .1.2/- of ordinary' mix m lures Obtainable from all Chemists laiw.: Stores, or from G. W. HRAN. • (pro [A viomiced S'ilSK)., Chemist, .l.V'o Castl6 ■ Vi*a»h St., Sydney. - 24—15. n Plumber and Galvanissd Ironworker Has removed to premises lately oc cupied by Mr. R. J. Carson, Miller street (next to Wise and Co.'s Store). Estimates given for all General W ork. NOTIOE An...

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

Wednesday. &■ Thursday FIRST DAY. First Race to Start'.at 1.15. 1 Opening Handicap oi £12, second' horse Ail i'rom prize. Six.;Xurl?>ngs. Norn. 6s. " > To Start at 2 p.m. J 2 W vaenai Handicap of SIO, second horse £1 i'rom prize. Seven fur longs. Nom. os. ■ To Start at 3 p.m. 3 Novice. Handicap of £5, for ail! 'horses that have never won a prize exceeding £5 nt time of starting.. Six furlongs., Nom. 2s (3d, To Start at 3.45. 4 Patron's Handicap of £20, second'. horse £2 from ;prr/e. One mile. Nom. 10s. J ; To Start at 4.30. 5 First Trial Stakes Handicap of' £S, lior all horses .that have-, never won a prize exceeding £10 at timeof starting. Six furlongs. Nom. 4s.. To Start at 5.15. 6 Murmeil Handicap of £10, second Horse £l from prize. Lowest weight Sst. Seven furlongs. Nom. 5s. SECOND DAY. To Start at 1.15. 1 Flying Handicap of £12, second' horse £1 from prize. Six furlongs Nom. 6s To Start at 2 2 Eirrara Handicap of «B10, second horse £l from prize. Seven furlongs.. ...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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LETTERS FROM THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Writing to his sister Mrs S. Gor don, of Grilgandra, Trooper Artie Monaghan says jasfc a few lines to show jo a they haven't potted rne yet. I have been round and seen most of the Gil boy?, and they are all tip-top. .Robinson, Dick Gavin, Olanc}', Stan Carberry, iSTorinan Lov ett are all here yet. Percy Griffiths is Die only one who left here. He! was only 4 days in the 13ring line : when he was sent back to Egypt, where he has remained since. Old i Dick Gavin is doing as well as any! of them here driving the v.-hole time, and he has only had a weeks spell. Well, sister mine wo are all in great heart and as happy as the boy who ran away from school. ,

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

IN. MEMORBAM In loving remembrance of Mrs L. E. Setnmler, who died on Jan. 7th, 1915. ' Day after day we think what she isdoing In those bright realms of air, Year after year her tender steps pursuing Behold her grown more fair Thus do we walk with her and keep un broken The bond which nature gives Thinking that our rembrancc, though un spoken, May reach her where she lies.' ■—Inserted by her loving husband and family

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

> B S. Carroll A M.B.S, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST / Miller St., Gilgandra, .... _____ . Sol© Agent for HEMO PILE CURB. Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3s Wolaroi Grammar School, Orango .-Boarding ■ and Day .School for Boys A sound education by highly qualified raduate staH to the University Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate. Next Term: July 22nd C. R. CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. School Resumes, July 27th. Horatio Beveridge, Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR CONVEYANCER' AND LAND AGENT TRUST "FUNDS TO LEND. A. F. FITZHAMINGE Solicitor^ Sic Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend oh approved se curity at reasonable rates of interest. No Commission. AH descriptions of Land Business. Solicit;®®?, IPcocfcoE-*, spinel. jS-ttorsiey, Etc., Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gular...

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

7 GUN ACCIDENT ;v: ;Cox, of Breelong, is at pre sent ail inmate of the "Idaleigh" pri vate hospital suffering from .a -.g'an shpt -wound in the leg. Gn Boxing Daj lie went out shooting, and by [ spine unexplained means the guu ex ploded, the charge entering his leg. He was at once conveyed to Gilgan dta, and attended by Dr. Peet. lie is progressing as favorably as can be 'expected.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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THE Gilgandra, Friday Jan. 7, 1916 GILGANDRA WEEKLY THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

— THE — 0§lgai?dra3 Friday Jam. 7, 1916 THE WOOIi MARKET. Compared with last year a com paratively limited quantity of the season's wool clip is on hand at the Sydney wool stores awaiting sale. Wiiicbeombe Carson Ltd., report that total stocks amount to 248,750 bales. At the end of December 1914 very little of the year's..wool had changed hands but this year 376,851 bales have been cleared. Three years ago the cariy over ran into 45(3,729 boles. The market re-opens on Monday, 17th January, and grow ers can look forward with with con fidence to operations being resumed under buoyant conditions. The pol icy of limiting catalogues and thus keeping supplies within the demand will be pursued, Of course these are war times and the unexpected may happen, but as the situation stands at present there is every rea son to look for a continuance of the excellent selling conditions which ruled prior to the Christmas holi days. ■

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

At the present time your choice of a real Motor Car is limited to a few Cars, of which this stately, new 1916 Mod#! E Oakland5 is the acknowledged leader. It is the most exclusively distinctive Car obtainable to-day. It is more European in its design, construction and appearance than any other. It has that boat-shaped, torpedo body, with luxurious low-set seats and deep upholstery usually found only on the dearest Cars. It has that small-bore-long-stroke type of high-speed engine, with tremendous power and wonder ful flexibility. It has quality all through, and it looks it. It is built as both a 5-seater and a 2-seater. It is the result of four years' gradual improvement of the same model — every experi mental feature is eliminated. It has light weight coupled with surplus strength, resulting in true economy in tyre's, fuel and repairs. It has five tyres and tubes, fitted to interchangeable rims. It has every possible equipment, from electric lights and' self starter to engine-drive...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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A SCHOOL WITH A GROWING REPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

A SCHOOL WITH A GROW ING . REPUTATION. As it is now the season when many parents will be making inquiries for a suitable school to which to send fcheir sons, we would call ■ attention to the many advantages of.the Wal aroi Grammer School, Orange.' Sit uated at tha junction of the two main western lines, and possessing a convenient service of trains its claims from the point of accessibility are first class, while the well-known climatic surroundings are best sum med up in the words of the Federal Sites Commission : 1,1 A the quality of the soil and the character of the climate are accepted as the control ling factors Orange would be entit led to first place. The healthiness of the distinct is proverbial, it enjoys complete immunity from fogs, and the air is always bracing and light." i The fine school .buildings are sitnat | ed on a ri. ;e overlooking Orange, and i are surrounded by 45 acres of land, ! about 20 forming a playground pro ! bably unexcelled in Australia. The j remainin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

decking 'arrived, the 'nas not yet sent effect the neces 'jjairs. However, the shire engineer is carefully watching the structure, and having any dangerous places repaired. He is iu hopes that the Government, men will arrive within a^week. ** * * Who says there is no money in this district P If anyone did, let him or her or both be silent for ever. The Jasper Panto Co. had £118 in the house on Monday night last, and within the vicinity of £-80 the second night. Add to this the amount' of money spent at the stores, the races, and the hotels, and it will be easily perceivable that Gilgandra is not only a solid, but a very wealthy dis ti iet. * * *< Had the "standing room only" -card been hoisted outside the Aus tralian Hall on Saturday night last, it would not have been a silent liar, as ; the hall was packed, jam bed, ram med j full. The show too, was a good one, , the repertoire being well chosen, and i splendidly screened. Showmui Gib-' .son displays a 6ne discr-etion an...

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COO-EE! COO-EE! WELCOME! SOME OF THE BOYS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

COO-EE I COO-EE I WELCOME! SOME OF THE BOYS AT HOME. - nsni "■ - — The Coo-ee boys have tramped and marched into camp, and have undergone the disciplinarian mettiods of militarianism. They are soldiers in the making, and when they be come the finished article they will do Gilgandrs proud. Some of them— Corporal McKeown, Privates Camer on, Wilson and Qainton—-vlsitfed the town last week, and were given a splendid public reception in the Aus tralian Hall on Friday night last. Mr. P. J. McMauus odcupied the chair, and there were also on the platform Captain Hitchen, Corporal McQueen, and Mr. A. P. Garling. The Chairman briefly announced the purpose of the gathering, and re ferred in especially complimentary terms to Captain Hitchen. This was the first occasion on which the public of Gilgandra had an opportunity of welcoming hi.ni. Owing to Captain Hitchen Giigandra had suddenly burst into fame, and it was now known all over Australia—in fact all over the world. Corporal McQueen had eul...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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TOORAWEENAL RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

TOORAWEENAL RACE CLUB. The Amateur races at Tooraween ah on New Year's Day eventuated successfully. The attendance, includ ing-a fair number from Gilgandra, was good, and the racing, although the fields were not large, close and exciting. The arrangements ran smooth!}'', and this was mainly owing to the Secretary (Mr II. A.. Water ford) and an excellent committee. The publican's booth was conducted by Mr Lance, of the Railway Hotel. Results are as follows :— Dardanelles Handicap. W. Walden's Gurillo, 11.0 (Sim- j mons) ... ... ... 1 P. Raglws' Auchovey, 9.7, (Mc Mahon) ... ... ... 2 W. Hog ben's Myfawney, 11.7, (Drew) ... ... ... 3 Other starters : Marmoth, and Fly era. Gurillo hopped out and won by several lengths. Anzac Stakes". J. F: Priddis' Jim Hogan, 1.1.5 (McMahon) ... ... 1 H. Shumack's Indispate, 11.4 (Drew) ... ... ... 2 M. Thurston's Wans worth, 11.4 (Homer) ... ... ... 3 Other starters • Sunlover,. Icar ina, and Toora -Lassie. Betting : -2 to I Jim Hogan and Indispute, 4...

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RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Sunday shoot of the nbove club resulted as under :— 200 yds : B. Mott, 20 ■ 11. Flem ing, 26 ; Black well. 24 ; lil. Poccck, 27 ; B. Newsliam, 2] ; B, Mortimore, ■30 ; Gospel, 16 ; Morgan, 16 ; C. Tapper, 25 ; F. Beusley, 25 Bur - ton, 26. 300 yds : B. Mott, 9 ; R. 'vFJemifcg,.— ; Black well, I 5 ; 1'/. Fo ;ij[wok, 25 ; R. Newsham, 13 ; B. Mortimore, 22 ; Gopsol, 12 ; Morgan, 16 ;.C. Topper," 30 ; F. Bensley, 21 ; J. Burton, 15. Mrs. E. R. Bishop, who has re signed i'rom the position of organist at St. John's Church of England, Wellington, was entertained by a large gathering of church members, and presented with a cheque and gifts from the choir churchwardens, and other officers. x

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A BAND ENGAGEMENT RIVAL SHOWMEN'S CLAIMS MYER LEVY TURNED DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

, ' A BAND ENGAGEMENT V RIVAL SHOWMEN'S CLAIMS MYER LEVY TURNED DOWN ^ A general meeting of the Citizen's Committee and bandsmen was held in Massey-Hanis' rooms on Tuesday flight for the purpose of receiving the report of the bandsmen's secre tary jn regard to an application made by Mr M. Levy for the band to per form at his cinema theatre, when completed, on alternate nights with the Australian Hall. 1 he President (Mr Hill) occupied the chair and tnere were also pre sent Messrs Geo. Rankin, W. Dewe, A. Whiteman, McOarty, O'Shea, IHemming, Astill, Creenaune, L. and W. Smith, Varcoe, Knauerhause, and the secretary (Mr Ross) The minutes cf the previous meet ing were read and concerned. Balance Sheet The balance sheet, was as follows, was read and adopted .- Recipts— Credit balance at bank, £4 13s 1 9d, Australian Hall performances £4, Jasper Pantomime £2 5s, total £10 18s 9d ; Expenditure—33andmaster's salary £4, credit balance £6 18s 9d Mr Levy's Application The secretary stated tha...

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

We are STIJLjL- Government Ee eeiireps. Also of' Wheat growii on MewlLaikL Kemp-Bruce and e 'General Carrying Business A. ORGAN Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that' he has continence business in Gilgandra as GENERAL; CARRIER. All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. Furniture and GeneralMerchandise removed to any locality. A S.oliiCiftedL. A Hint to Sheepswiters As wool, salesmen Winchcombe, Carson Ltd., enjoy the complete confidence of the Man on tbe- Lnnd Why isit ? Five words give you the answer. Winchcombe, Carson get the best results. This is1 alone responsible for their- popularity with sheepowners. The wool grower's interest is their first and.only consideration. This fact combined with the firm's pushing methods and their unique knowledge of the business make top prices a crl inty. !•- Address Letters Winckcombe Carson, Ltd., Sydney To Graziers. Heavy Conditioned Earthy, Dusty Wools, arc very difficult in sell,-whilst a...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure:, 1/6. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Charming Styles in Children's Dresses, prices arc the talk of the town Special Prices in Millinery, Panamas, Pandans.Chip and Trimmed Shapes Special Assortment of Ladies' Clous.es, Parasols, Gloves, Ties and Neckwear Hosiery and Costumes, suitable for presents. Prices are unequalled Electroplate, Antimony Boxes ■. Dressing Cases. Companions, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes Toilet Requisites, Perfumes at Skecial Lew Priccs for Xmas Clothing and Mercery Department is well to the front for Xmas Gifts Sovereign Felts are equal to any imported felts; we iuvite youp inspection of these. Special Australian, felts, all shapes and colors. Prices right Panamas} Shirts, Ties, Braces, Silk and Crash Suilis for the holidays Boot Department is well stocked with all the latest shapes and styles "y Everybody is Doing it! Doing what ? wearing Coo-ee Shoes. . For Fit and Style they are unequalled. Why Xmas Presents suitable for everybody ...

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

Owing to the War this Gift Season has resolved It self mto a series of useful and sensible presents. TRASHY GIFTS are almost entirely ABSENT this Season at Wises, although Children, are still catered for in the way of attractive Books an.d Toys We make tfee fallowing sygges Handkerchiefs, Dainty Blouses and Neck wcar, Leather Bags,'and Gloves Also something new in the shape of Calf Leather Bound Poets and Classics. As books nre always acceptable you will find these just the thing. We have also a nice assortment of Per fumery, Photo frames, Dressing Cases, .Companions, and a large variety of Anti mony Ware With a smart range of Ties, Shirts, and Headwear in the newest shapes and color ings. We are also displaying novelties in the way of Military Brushes, Cases, Collar Boxes, Shaving Toilets, and Dressing Cases at Bedrock Prices We can.offer you one or two suggestions in the way of'useful gifts for the deserving brave including Money Belts with secret pockets, Writing Cases, and Wrist...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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ALLIES' DAY [?] [?] A POORLY [?] [?] FUNO[?] [?] £460 RE[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

ALLIES' DA1 A POORLY : FUNt £460 RE ^Possibly the greal mas holidays 'anoj factors combined tcl Day celebrations, at' last of a disappoint attendance 'was in unlike a similar cell ■on Australia Day w* was realised. Hov<j nisei's were not rt lack of attendance, ■ ments were adty out with the guf would have gui 'gandra Band, thJ gave their servic] in attendance, ant ■ played the proce( to iifs. ffi'O-a i.c? mile; ■ It/xtensive provision tor aum and sports had been made on "the, ground. Stalls had been erected and other paraphernalia incidental to such occasions. A programme of sports, consisting of 38 events, was then disposed of. The winners, be ing patriotic, did not, in many cases, claim the prize money but allowed it to swell the funds. Corporal McQueen, who was ac companied by Captain Bill Hitcben., was present for recruiting i purposes. ; He made a stirring appeal to the young men of the district to join the colors, and was gratified to gain four recruits. Since that ...

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