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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [From Our Correspondent.] SYDNEY. Monday, 5 p.m. Mr. Beeby stated on Saturday that h& lias no intention of con testing the Bingara seat. The Governor considered the recent happenings concerning the Government and the Labor Con ference of sufficient importance to warrant his calling for a full account of them. Mr. Holman said on Saturday, in referring to his report to the Governor, that the whole incident in the Go vernor's opinion formed a novel departure from politics. The in tention of Ministers to resign, said Mr. Holman, was communi cated to a meeting of the Par liamentary Labor party in ad vance. A number of sick and wounded soldiers returned to Sydney yes terday by hospital ship. There were 140 men for N.S.W. and 48 for Queensland. All showed re markable cheerfulness. The 1.69th casualty list, issued this morning, totals 428, as fol io w.-3 : — Killed in action, 6; died of wounds, etc., ,13; wounded, 26; missing. 1 ; ill, 369 ; injured, 13 ; returned ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

^MEAT PRICES! ALTHOUGH the Fat and Store Markets remain on a par with the extreme prices of a couple of months ago, 1 have Reduced the Price of Meatf a approximately 100 PER CENT. since opening This is what Opposition has -done ! The public may rely upon prices being kept at a FAIR LEVEL bv me. — — — i l^*No Inferior Meat Stocked. H. GRIGG, gif* The Cash Butchery, ^iSmh^ WALLACE ST,, BRAIDWOOD,

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Catholic Bazaar. AT ARALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

Catholic Bazaar. — * ? AT ARALUEN. This function was originally fix ed for March last, but it would have to some extent clashed with a similar function in Braidwood. and it was decided to postpone it till May. The opening took place on Saturday afternoon last, Aid. Coffey, Mayor of Braidwood, doing the amiable. There was a large attendance. Aid. Coffey expressed his. gratification at the compliment paid him in asking him to open the bazaar. It af forded him, he said, the very greatest pleasure to be of some use to the Catholic community of the Valley. The object was a good one, and he felt sure, from his knowledge of the re sidents, that they would respond liberally. He also congratulated the stall-lyolders upon the excel lence of^nheir display, which showed that they at least were very much in earnest about the matter. Father McHugh thanked Mr. Coffey on behalf of the Catholic community for coming to Ara luen at great personal incon venience to open the function, also ih 3 si all-h...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

LATEST WAR NEWS. The Prime Minister, Mr. As quith, interviewed a number of rebels in Richmond Barracks. Sentries were still on guard in the chief thoroughfares. The search of houses continues, and numerous arrests are being made daily. Mr. Redmond's manifesto has been widely discussed. The ge neral tendency is to support his appeal. Colonel Coventry, with 20 offi cers and 230 prisoners, has arri ved at Damascus. A message from Mosehi. in German East Africa, states that the Germans on Tuesday, taking advantage of a fall of rain, at tacked Kondoa-irangi, using guns from the German cruiser Koe nigsberg. The attack was repul sed. Fifty dead were picked up, including two Europeans. The French air squadron bom bed Ghevoveli on Friday and fir ed the barracks, wounding many Bulgarians. We understand that Miss Gra ham, daughter of Mr. A. Grab am. has been appointed organist at St. Andrew's vice Miss Higgins, who will shortly be leaving the district. At the Homebush sales on Thursday th? foll...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. In the House of Representatives on Friday Mr. Tudor answered a ? series of questions on the sub ject of recruiting. He said the present system of recruiting was satisfactory, and, if continued, would furnish the estimated re inforcements. The svstem was not depleting: the country districts of men carrying- on the work of primary production. Mr. Archibald criticised the expenditure of the Government in connection with the Federal capital at Canberra. He said the Government was not practi sing the economy which they should practise in the best inter ests of Australia. The conscription question was discussed again in the House of Representatives on the Budget debate. One member pointed out that it was absurd to oppose conscription, in view of the fact that conscription was already pro vided for. Senator Pearce endorses \\w. view that the question of sol diers 'pensions was a matter for the Commonwealth Parliament. There is, he says, nothing to prevent a State giving...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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CONSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

CONSCRIPTION. The conscription question was dealt with by several speakers in ths Federal Parliament on Thursday. Mr. Brennau, the Mel bourne Labor representative, pro ved a bittsr opponent. Ha claim ed that Sir William Irvine's re marts aoout tne danger the Commonwealth were in were pure moonshine. It was unbelisvable, he contended, that conscription should, be forced on Australia. The congress called by ths Trades Hall Council to consider the question of war services was opened in Melbourne on Wednes day. Delegates from all the States were present, and about 300,000 trade-unionists were said to be represented. Each dele gate was given a copy of a mani festo issued by the militant sec tion of the Labor movement. The manifesto urged preparations for a general strike so as to ren der the imposition of conscrip tion an impossibility. The con gress was continued on Thurs day, when a resolution opposing conscription was carried after long discussion by 258,018 to 753 votes.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

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SHORT SERIAL STORY. Her Grace. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

SHORT SERIAX, fSTOEY. Her Grace. ? . ? 4- ? (Continued). She got through with it all somehow ; at th'3 end her love for her grandfather triumphed over her feelings of bewilderment. The mourners returned toWalms ley Chase, and Joan could not but see that Roland disliked the; notoriety that was forced upon him. He was about to retire, when Mr. snarp stopped him. 'I think it only right to tell you, sir,' he said, 'that we, must ask for your presence at the read ing of the will.' Roland Kirkpatrick flushed a deep red. 'When is it» to be?' he as ked. 'We thought that about three would suit most people,' retur ned Mr. Sharp ; 'it will -give..- Miss Whitfield time to rest.' 'Sh? will want rest.' said the young man quietly, and than lie made Uiis way to the terrace, whilst the others grouped togeth-. er, talking of tha man they had just buried. 'Joan, doar,' said Lady Col lingwood, 'who is Mr. Kirkpat rick ? H3 is vary handsome and distinguished - looking, and all that, but who is he »? Col...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

THURSDAY, MAY 18. A. W. SCOTT WILL sell by . public auction, at the usual time and place, 470 Head of Fat & Store Cattle, AS FOLLOWS : 20 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, 4 and 5 years old, very choice 6 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS 44 PRIME FAT COWS & HEIF ERS, great quality 60 BULLOCKS, 4 years old, cold country bred, good condition, rood colors ' 100 STATION BRED STEERS & HEIFERS, one brand, from 12 to 15 months old, reds and roans, excellent condition 8 FAT STEERS, 2 years old 60 STEERS, 12 months old, good colors, good condition 50 STEERS, 18 months old, great condition (10 STORE COWS., good condition I 20 HEIFERS, 1 to 2 years old i 20 STEERS, 12 months old I 12 VERY CHOICE DAIRY SPRINGERS, within two weeks of calving —ALSO— 40 XB EWES, 6 and 8-tooth, in lamb to Lincoln rams, fat 100 MERINO EWES, in lamb to Lincoln rams- 30 XB WETHERS, 2-tooth 20 XB LAMBS. 30 PRIME FAT XB LAMBS. I TERMS— CASH. I ??'PLEASE NOTE.— The Full Num ? ler ot Cattle will be yarded, Classed Well, ? and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

W LOOK HERE! AM. Stokes, Coach Painter & Signwriter, desires to announce that be Has Resumed Business as above in the old Australian Stores, Wal lace Street, North Braidwood, and trusts by First-class Workmanship, combined with the use of only the Very Beet Materials, to merit public patronage. Bring your Sulkies and Buggies along and have them Well Fainted. MY PRICES ARE EXTREMELY REASONABLE. 83W* Motor Cars a Speciality. A TEIAL SOLICITED. Special Announcement Now is Tour Chance for XMAS BARGAINS!? Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 to 9/6 Pair in Case, from 17/6 to 21/ Carey's, Pair in Case, from 15/6. Good Assortment of Cigarette Holders. . DON'T MISS SEEING OUR . : Xmas and New Year Cards. : : A Beautiful Variety to choose from from Id to 2/6. We've some Choice Confectionery, also all kinds of TOBACCO, CIG ARS, and CIGARETTES on band. If you want a FIRST-CLASS HAIR CUT, SHAVE, COOLING SHAMPOO, call at — MATT. ftWDERSON'S Speedwell Hairdressing Saloon Wallace Street,...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 16 May 1916

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ? a OBITUARY. On Friday last Mrs. Bowland, wife of Mr. A. Bowland, carter at the Central Stores , died in the Hospital from consumption. The 4 deceased came , from Sydney with her husband only a few months ago. She had been ailing nearly the whole time. She, leaves a young family of five children.

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WOOL Canvassing. WHO FAYS FOR IT? AN OPEN LETTER FROM JOHN BRIDGE & CO., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

WOOL Canvassing. ? , V WHO FAYS FOR IT ? AN OPEN LETTER FROM JOHN BRIDGE & CO., Ltd. 'We reply in this frank and per fectly open manner to the criti cism levelled by certain wool can vassers against our proposals for strict and urgent economy; and we again confidently appeal to the verdict of woolgrowers. We are accused of seeking our own ends, without benefiting the woolgrower. We can give but one answer to such a statement. It is false — in conception, utter ance and implication. We have taken the lead in putting an end, as far as we at any rate are concerned, to the burdensome, gross waste of money which the grower pays every time for the maintenance of an anti quated system which sets can vassers the task of each undoing the other's work. ? The weakness of objections to our campaign of economy can be gauged when they are confined to insidious and deliberately false insinuations* The increasing bur dens of* expense and taxation are as well known to the woolgrower as to th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

FEDERAL CAPITAL. There was a special Cabinet meeting on Thursday, at which the Canberra matter was well thrashed out. The Cabinet meet ing was not a long one, but it was fruitful, for when the Min isters went to meet the caucus the Acting Prime Minister took with him a resolution from his colleagues censuring Messrs. Web ster and O'Malley for their ac tions of the previous evening. The caucus then took up the matter, and, according to wh.it has leaked out a'bout the proceed ings, the two Ministers who had offended received a severe ca:ju~ gation from private members. Mr. Wade expresses regret at the proposal to put forward lo cally an unofficial Liberal candi date for the Bingara by-election.. He points out the danger of a: split vote through such aii ac tion with four candidates in the field. Over 600 men, principally iron workers, struck work at Walsh Island Government engineering works on Thursday. The dis pute occurred through five em ployees 'being dismissed on Tues day for tra...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. In the House of Representatives on Thursday attention was drawn to the embargo placed on the export of coal. It was; pointed out that the action of the Go vernment was detrimental to the industry, and in no way Jielpsdi the Allies. The Minister for Customs said that shipping was required for wheat. It would not pay to grow wheat if they had to pay freight that ruled in other parts of the world. Since January no less than 120,000 tons of coal had been allowed to be expor ted, together with 45,000 tons1 of bunker coal, while permission to export was refused for 48,000 tons of coal. In the Senate bills to amend the Trading with the Enemy and Commerce Acts were read a first time. Senator Lynch moved that the name of the Federal Capital should be changed from Canber ra to Anzac. In the Senate attention was drawn to the necessity of mak ing a further advance of sixpence per bushel to wheatgrowers. The debate on the Budget was resumed in the House of Repre sentatives on...

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END OF THE WAR. REMARKABLE PROPHECIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

END OF THE WAE. REMARKABLE PROPHECIES. Tl\? following clipping from the 'Financial News'' (London), may b * interesting :— ' In the latter half of last year, an offi cer called on his bank manager in London, with regard to cer tain dispositions of his balan ces, preparatory to his depar ture for th;) front. 'You won't b:} away long,' said the mana ger. 'How do you know?' was the reply. 'You Avill be back in quite a short time wounded in the hand.' When the officer ac tually returned with a wounded hand, and in quite a short time, he was puzzled. ' However, his wound heated, and he was off again. He went to bid 'good- bye at the bank. ' 'Any more prophecies?' he said, iocularlv. 'You will be away longer this time,' replied the manager, 'and then you will be rather 'badly wounded in the leg. When the officer was wounded in the leg. and cam-3 home, he sought the first chance to interview his far-seeing friend at the bank. 'As you can foretell my wounds, can't you give me the date of th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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John Bridge & Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

John Bridge & Co., Ltd., report: Sheep : Upwards of 38.000 sheep and lambs were penned, the qual ity throughout being fairly, good, if anything, a little better than the previous week. The mar ket on Thursday opened at values showing little alteration on late reduced rates, but improved as sales progressed, closing firm with an upward tendency. Lambs : A limited supply forward, quality being about on an average with the previous yarding. Prime sons sold readily at greatly improved prices. Cattle : The number for ward was altogether beyond re- ? quirements ,and in consequence the market on Monday last was very dull. However, there was an improvement recorded at the sale on Thursday, the market clo sing about 10s to 15s better than Monday's close. Prospects: With very limited (supplies of both sheep and cattle showing for next several sales, values in our opin ion must show a big improve ment. / The Necessary Commodities Commission has decided to in crease the whosesale prices...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

special Announcement. Now is Your Chance for XMAS. BARGAINS!? Barling's Presentation Pipes, from 7/6 io()/6 Pair in Case, from 17/G to 21/ Carey's, Pair in Case, from 15/6. Grood Assortment of Cigarotie Holders. DON'T MISS SEEING OUE . : Xmas and New Year Cards. : : A Beautiful Variety to choose from from Id to 2/6. We've some Choice Confectionery aJsoall'kindBof TOBACCO, CIG ARS, imd CIGARETTES on^Jiand. If you want a FIRST-CLASS HAIR CUT. SHAVE COOLING SHAMPOO, call at — ilflflTT. JtfigQERSON'S Speedwell Hairdressing Saloon Wallace Street, Braidwood. For Chi dren's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Pcupcrmiot Cure, llti,

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

COMMERCIAL. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., re port :— Wool values are on extreme levels. This fact, combined with the scarcity of skins, owing to short sheep supplies at Home bush, prompted sheepskin buy ers to bid with particular zest at last Friday's Sydney auctions. Exporters and local fellmonger ers were very keen operators. Drawing attention to the de mand ruling, Winchcombe, Car son, Ltd., point out that they submitted a catalogue of 5000 skins, and every line found ready sale at prices M to Id per lb dearer. The firm sold full wool crossbred skins to 12f-d per Jb, and full-wool merinos to 11 5-8d.

Publication Title: Braidwood Review And District Advocate, The
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ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Review and District Advocate — 23 May 1916

ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECK ING, About a quarter to one o'clock on Friday morning a report was received at Birrumba Railway Sta tion that some mon employed on the duplication works had seen a man placing an obstacle on the lino between Sodwalls Birrumba. Ons of ihe men fired a shot at him. and he hastily decamped. Steps were at once taken for an inspection of the line where, the .'man Avas seen, and . it was necessary to delay the Coonamblu mail for about 40 minutes Avhile the examination was made. The obstruction consisted of three sleepers placed methodical ly across the rail, while anoth other sleeper was in close prox imity, as if intended for the same purpose.

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