NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mr, C. W. Walton, of Ourban; hu boon In Orange under medical treat
The Gilgandra J.C. races, inftid of
the hospital and patriotic funds, to bo . . held on Boxing Day, arc expected to ? be most successful. Mr. W. 0. Da we is tlio secretary.
The Gilgaiulra-Collle Hail way Billhas passed both Bouses of Parliament
Miss Daisy Oobcroft, organist and generally enthusiastic worker on be half of St. Thomas' Church, Nevertire, has bcon tbo recipient <ot a token of appreciation from the congregation.
Mr. Geoigc Berryman, of "Duns bury," Nevertire, is still enduring bad health. He is in the. Warren Hospital.
Warren Council arc taking steps to . prevent a waste of water. ;
Have you seen the patterns of 45s Suits to Measure at Paravicini'sT*
The allocution of the Main Boads
Vote for 1916-36 includes tho follow- ' ing:- Harthaguy Shire £300, and War ren Municipality £300.,
At an inquiry touching the death of .Tohu T. Cassidy, who died suddenly while driving from Warren to "Bun dilla," the District Coroner, Mr. A. A. Daniol, recorded a verdict of accidental
Great Private Drapery Sale will bo held at Empire Hall (upstairs), Dubbo, from 14th to 24th Docember. Latest Melbourne goods at lowest prices.*
The special appeal on behalf of tho Warren Hospital will close on 3lBt inBt.
It is stated tliat Messrs. J. G. D. Ar kins, M.L.A., J. A. Clarke (Coonamble), and J. J. Sullivan (Lceton) will be can didates for tlio Labor selection for tho Clastlereagh.
Blouses and Costumes are within your roach at Zaccour's.*
About fojir bags to tho acre will bo the average harvest yield in the Mun
About a mile of tlic railway line was washed away by the recent downpour at
The Bail way Commissioners have ap pealed against the recent Wages Board decision on the grounds that railway revenue is prejudicially affected by the
When in dcubt lead trumps. If you don't know Dubbo, and arc in doubt where to stay, remember the above injunction, and stay at Frith's Occi
dental Hotel. The Occidental is al ways trumps.*
Allies' Day at Warrcu will realise over £000.
Look at Pai s-vicini's Window for the latpst.*
Mr. Gallon, night officer at Gilgandra ra'lway station, has been appointed sta tion-master at Beckom, in tho Temora
?AJJii's' Day will be held at Collie on ?list insl. The sum of £140 is already
Order your Xmaa Suit from Ernie
Paravicini at once.*
Mr. John Bell, o£ "Langley Dale," has finished harvesting, obtaining up wards of 2000 bags from 400 acres. He cut 100 acres for hay.
We have received Christmas greetings from the directors of John Bridge sad
"Co.. sentiments which we fully reeiprd:"\ t
All things come to those who wait the timber fur the rcdecking of the Gil gandra bridge has at last arrived.
Harry Bear, your tailor, for SuitB. Leave your nest order with him.*
Mr. T. G. Weeban has been appointed Clerk to the Gilgandra Shire Council.
Harry Bear has a large stock of materials, and can make a suit to satisfy the most fastidious.*
Mr. H. F. Schuster, of "Bell View," /" Balladoran, is, getting a six-bag wheat yield.
A rate of lj<l in the £ is proposed for the Gilgandra Shire.
Judge Hcydon, in the Industrial Court, made the pronouncement that £2 12s 6d is a living wage.
If you are in need of a good Boot call on Ernie Paravicini.*
At St. John's Church of England, Wellington, on Wednesday laBt, Oswald
Wesley, third aon of Mr. and Ihtf , McConnell, of Gisbomc-street, Welling ton, was united to Buby, the only daugh ter of Mr. »nd Mrs. T. G. Brien, of "Fernfield," Nourea.
For Jap. Silk of all weights and colors Zaccour is the cheapest. Tiy.*
Spicer's Creek reports plenty .of grass but a threatened shortness of water.
Messrs. H. Hughes and J. McDonald, of Spicer's Creek, have each lost a valu- able horse during the last fortnight, through the beasts falling into old min ing shafts.
Lace Curtains in great variety*"ol.
designs at Zaccour'b. Cheap* ' ^