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CATTLE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
CATTL® IN QTJEHNSIiJLNQ. According' to a rongh estimate' there arc 300,000 tillable cattle in Queensland, or, rather, there will be during the season, as against 480,000 for the last season. Owing to the j lateness of-the rains, it is proba-ble that the killing feasor will not com mence greatly till April, and that it I will be a short ®ne.
THE "COO-EE" SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
THE "COO-EE" SONG. Warren "Herald," referring to the "Coo-ee" song, just published, says : —"There -is a pathetic interest in connection with this song in this and other western districts by the fact that the words were composed by the late Mr William Jones, license/?.' surveyor, one of Warren's oldest and most respected . residents, who met an untimely and tragic end at Collie a few months ago, and the song is de dicated to his widow. He wrote the stirring words of this Gilgandra March Song, never thinking that he would be laid to rest at Gilgandra before the song was printed. Cop ies may be obtained at this office, and we have no doubt that the de mand will be very heavy." [The remains of Mr Jones were interred at Sydney—not Gilgandra.—Ed.]
WESTERN SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
WESTERN SHEARING. District sheds will commence shearing this year about the dates j named :—July 14 to 21, Weema. bung-, Raby Batterbone, and Won bobbie ; July 21 to 31 Mumblebcme, Ingar, Tabratong, Milawa, and Bun dilla ; August 1 to 7, Iiaddon Rig, Eurobla, Ellengerab, Erersleigh, Merrlma, and Eea&weena ; August 7 is® 14, Quaaiboue, Merigal, G-illen doon, Egelabra, Elsiuore, and Boom erang ; August 14 t© 2l, Bullagreen, Belaringar, Bundemar, Collie, Dans bury, Mullah, "VVoodside, and Weema bah.
TOORAWEENAH RAINFALL FROM "DOOROOMBAH" RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
FROM "DOOROOMBAH RECORDS. I 1S82 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1S90 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1900 1 2 3 4 '5 6 7 8 9 1910 1 2 3 4 5 Feb. Mar Apl Autrnn 699 404 351 546 43S 1395 464 934 5417 6S0 242 968 1251 196 1305 228 540 373 734 . 680 212 354 730 1044 663 - 695 885 1019 308 402 52 941 1217 208 May June July Winter 706 353 543 519 1096 541 217 1155 1132 1053 788 842 44v2 2S8 830 833 377 598 685 511 ' 95 410 390 600 324 378 348 537 520 443 748 707 . 396 597 ' 1 Aug' Sep Nov Dec Oct Jan Spring Summer 385 635 *459 194 940 639 409 886 634 768, 642 580 602 166 1148 361 1864 818 346 1081 907 555 884 682 I _ x 51-2 .1048 458 285 534 622 362 189 588 492 1015 270 291 1110 316 427 739 369 464 350 363 1 19 324 511 853 621 483 364 444 283 521 ' 584 179 485 766 1114 726 1033 1357 765 443 35f 750 Avr 664 58S Farming month's average 10.99 Years' average 24.63 707 Mr W. M. Easton, headmaster i the Narromine Public School, wafs • f advised by wire last week of hi: transfer to Ballina School. :K* -ft' -Tt* An inspector f...
SOLDIERS' LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
SOLDIERS' LETTERS Private James Potts, recently re ported ill at Gbezereh' Hospital in Egypt, writes to , his mother at Gul ai'gambone, under date 30tli Decem ber, 1915 :—• "I am now away from the land of enemies and back to the land of peace, although I am lodged in hos pital 1 am pleased to say I was in the evacuation of the peninsula, I could have left a fortnight earlier, only I was determined to see it out to the last. I was amongst the last crowd, to leave. I was on the Penin sula three months. We had Xmas day in the bay at Alexandra, on board tlie Beltana. She -was- a nice boat, but not a very nice place to 'put.in a Xmas clay. Then we dis enjbarked on Xmas night, and ar rived at Cairo at four o'clock next morning, and had no money or clothes.- They took us to a camp ont of Cairo a little, and gave us a day's spell, which was needed greatly, and then we went to our own camp (Maadi) the day after I came here. "My trouble is a bad ear. I had | a bomb burst too close to me, and ...
Our Soldiers' Column. The Boys From Gilgandra. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
The Boya From 'Gilgandra.. The "Coo-ees5" send-offVin tlio Australian Hall on Friday ni|pf!t last Avas easily the biggest thing of its kind we have yet had. That it was some class is seen b}* the fact that the door receipts amounted to over The lads looked /well in uni form, and were please.d with the ■ kindly nature of the farewell. :X: -A" There was the usual presentation | ceremony, the chair being occupied ' by Mr. " Joe " Miller, the " Coo-ees " secretary and fighting advocate. Mr. A. F. Garling, who never misses one of these funetions, and who exhibits a kindl}* feeling towards every man -who leaves to go to the front, made the presentations in his usual happ)r style, and expressed the wislr that each of the boys would do credit to the flag, and be spared to come back. The gifts to the soldiers were as follows :—Signaller J. Quinn, wrist let watch, also sheepskin vest from Shire Council staff ; Private A. J. McGregor, watch, also sheepskin vest from 1.0. Oddfellows ; Private H...
HIBERNIAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
The Gilgandra Hibernian race will be held on Wednesday next, an a very satisfactory meeting shoal result. The arrangements are sati factory, Mr A. S. Carroll, the ho secretary, having so'far put in exc&lt; lent work. The prospects for a gol attendance are excellent. Follol ing are the nominations :— | Killarney Handicap —- Retrievl Lady Mai vane, Docb, Ada Chesi Pegauoie, Warrabundy, Guru 1)1 Garillo, Green Flag, Freesia. | T i p perary TrLa 1 S fcakes— M e tg I Lady Vive, Toora Lassie, Ghiel Good foot, Wood berry, Ancb( Bayrelle, Batter for in, Wariston Ga tryowen Handicap—Rotri. Doeh, O.arn Dhu, Sunny P.irk, C Flag, Gnrilloj Freesia Gilgandra H.A C.B.S. Hanc —Doch, Peganoie, Cireeu Flag, Dhu, Freesia, Sunny Park Limerick Handicap ■— Conn Lady Mel vane, Toora Lassie, Me, Wood berry, Wariston, Ancl Ada Chester, Warrabundy, Gi Batterform Belfast Han d i ca p—lie tr i e v ed ganoie, Doeh, Cam Dhu, Sunny , Gurillo, Green Flag, Freesia, \\ ton.
TRACTOR AND PLOW TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
A most interesting- demonstration of farm implements was given by Clatterbaek Bros./ Sydney, at Mr P. O'Neill-'s fiit'm .g-.t Gilgandra, on ■ Wednesday afternoon.. The implements used at the tria] were an Avery Parm Tractor, ami Clutterbuck Champion Plough—-14} furrows. The weather was perfect^ and there was a large crowd present, amongst whom were many district farmers. The Avery Tractor was the first of its kind brought to' Aus tralia. It is known as the 12-25 type, which, is interpreted by the t manufacturers to mean, that it will ^ give off a power equal to 1.2 good horses at the drawbar, and 25 brake horse-power, calculated from the pulley of the engine. The" drawing power at a previous demonstration was proved by "the engine hauling, ploughs that wore ira\vu by If d horses, and at the; same demonsM j tion 22 furrows tSkim Plough/ J ploughed the ordiuary depth L a wheat growiug, ■" «■ ■ able. ■ tractor weighs 3 tons, aud^^| substantially built. It h4s wha^^H termed "opposed eng...
CORRESPONDENCE THE BAND AND THE 'COO-EES' To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
THE BAND AM) TB^ 'OOO-EES' To the Editor Sir,-—lu last issue'of your contem porary appeared a letter over the name of "Disgusted,"; the writer, of course, being Mr A. H. Miller, ^ who passes censure on the town band tor, not p'aying the Coo-ees" who were on final' leave to thd stat/on on Satur day afternoon. Right here w&- wish to say that we regret the absence of the band on that occasion, and are I indeed -sorry that this little favor | Was not shown to the boys who are I going a way to tight our battles, There are,'however, circumstances, which 'the public should have placed ' before them. In the first place the band was not engaged to play the ,-Goo-ees" off. The true cireura j stances are that Mr Miller waited on the secretary of the band (M'r Ross) and asked if he could get the band to' play. Mr Ross pointed out that Saturday afternoon was not conven ient for some of the members. ^ lie further explained that lie himself was busy and could not afford the time either to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
LOST On Saturday last or Sunday morning, a GREYHOUND DOG. Yellow,- with cut on front part of right leg. ...Reward on delivery to, or information that will lead to recovery. Apply ALBERT REYNOLDS, "Blayak," Gilgandra. 'GILGANDRA SHIRE, No. .57 ■ It. is hereby notified that the result of the poll of ratepayers held on Saturday, March 4th, on the proposal to levy a rate for.the purpose of repaying principal and interest on loan and working ex penses-in connection with the proposed partial water supply scheme for part of the Urbnn Area of Gilgandra, is ?s fol lows FOR ... ... Nil j . AGAINST... ... 26 1/ , Informal 4 Therefore, I have to declare the above proposal negatived T. G. WENHAM, * Returning Ofliccr. TO LET OR FOR SALE A Weatherboard House, of seven bed rooms, dining-room, kitchen, and out houses, situated near the Railway,-Gil gandra, grocery shop adjoining. Every thing complete. On the property is a windmill in good order. The above is to let furnished, or for prompt sale. App...
A SOLDIER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
Private W. Robinson writing to a friend in Gilgandra, from Warden Camp, Egypt, under date 29 Jan uarjy, says I haven't' had time until the pre sent moment, to write to you, as you will guess, when I explain matters. We landed at Alexaudra on Boxing Day, came , up to Heliopolis, had a very busy time re-organising and getting into working order again. We just got going nicely when orders carce for us to get ready to treck to Warden, which, is about BO miles' from Cairo. 'We arrived .here O.K., then had to get busy getting our new camp into .shape, which at last we have succeeded in doing. No sooner got going than I received a cable from home telling me that there was money at Alexandra for me, conse quently I had to apply for leave, which I received in dae course, and that has fixed matters' for me once 5gain.- I haven't had a letter from home or any cne else for some time. ISFothing brings one more joy or satis faction out here than a letter from home, or your best friends. I saw a g...
TO RECRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
r TO RECRUITS, - - ■—:—. M»"—. , '—— The /seer.e'tafyv-tij" - the local War Service Ccimiiitfee is advised (hat tbe eni'ol 1:infficcr, accompanied by a military medical man, will visit Gilgandra on Wednesday next. All those who intend to offer (hoir ser vices with the A.I.J?. are asked to report themselves at 10 a.m. on that &lt;h}y- 1 •
GLORY OF THE COLONIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
GLORY OF THE COLONIALS. (By Austin Harrison). After-the first German gas attacita we\w#r0 permitted to know somehing about the iWg- 1 nificent behaviour of the Canadians. TlAngs trickled through the Censorship. Gradl Y(i,y. we learned here—it is the only way of lfywuYr. ing things—how heroically the Canadians . had held their ground, with what elan they had fought; how they indeed saved a peculiarly difficult and dangerous situation caused by the suddenness and novelty of the German gas. But to our surprise little was said in'the Press. It is only indirectly that we came to\ hear of"\ one of the most splendid achievements In the war, and to tell the truth, we were not a little [ surprised—we who had rather resented the de bonnair conduct of the Canadians on our [ shores—we -who had rather sniffed at their (shall I say?) apparent want of discipline. Yet when the shock came these were the men, these were the heroes. Their conduct on the field was by common consent magnificent And what...
AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. The Premier,'replying, to a ques tion in which Father Mullens, of Tarn worth, was quoted as having said tliat the administration of the Australia-Day Fund was costing Ss for ever}- pound paid out, said that the administration of the fund cost nothing. 'The expenses of collecting the money amounted to one-fifth of a penny per pound. The Auditor General w as engaged on an audit of the accounts of the fund, and a copy of the ieport would be presented to the House as soon as it was avail able.
JAPAN SUPPLANTS GERMANY. IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
JAPAN SUPPLANTS GERMANY. IN THE PACIFIC. Dr. J. Ingram Bryan, from Tokyo, Nov. 1.:— Since ths outbreak of the war, when German ships and trade disappeared from the. Pacific,. Japan has been busily laying plans to capture the German trad« fields in Australia, New Zealand, China, the Straits Settlements, and South America; and now, after more than a year of effort, she can look back with every encouragement upon her enterprise. To be sure of knowing just what goods Ger many supplied to Australia and New Zealand, and to ensure satisfaction among importers in those countries, the Japanese Government en gaged a trade specialist from Sydney in the person of Mr. Alexander Brown, who, since hi» arrival in Japan some months ago, has been | devoting himself to the duty of visiting the factories and export firms of the country, giv ing lectures on the needs of the South Sea regions, and instructing the Japanese manu facturers and exporters generally on how to meet the wants of Australia and ne...
THE CASTLERBAGH SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
THE CASTLERBAGH SEAT. As soon as Mr Arkins, member for ille distriet, announced his intention to don khaki, the State Premier wir ed the president ot: the Castlereagh Labor Council as follows :—"In pur suance of new recruiting effort Ar kins enlisted with object addressing others to same purpose. Iu'conside/ at ion or;-this, urge council. r,ut to "take decisive steps ro section until Arkins' position ascertained. His intentions have beeti kno&lt;vn to Min istry for some time, bat family dif ficulties hitherto delayed execution Glearjv desirable . representative should not be prejudiced on" account of patriotic service. Will write short ly when matters decided."
BRIEF DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
BRIEF DECISION'S. Everybody Jtnows just what a widow it going to do next, but no one can be sure just when. Some people sell outrfor money, while oth ers let money give them away. A pessimist is a man who doesn't know any body who cares to know him. When there isn't anything to talk about, woman alone can do it justice It, isn't what a man knows that counts, but what he is reputed to know. He learns most in the school of experience who loves his teacher best. All things come to him who waits-—if he gets there in time. Uncle Si Says.—Uncle Si says that the J £2000 a, month aviator forever refutes the idea that you can't live on air. Some philosopher, j eh, wot?—Texas Longhorn. :
CRYSTAL PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
CRYSTAL, PICTURE PALACE. The Crystal Picture Palace, which is one of the building adornments of the town was opened to the public on Saturday afternoon last, when a mat inee entertainment was ^i-ven. In view of the fact that the enterprising manager, Mr. Levy, had advertised the opening to take place in Febru ary, he had the work pushed on with unusual speed, and was able to open the doors on Satardaj7", when the hall was crowded to the doors. Many make-shifts had to be availed of in order to allow of the Palace being opened. Not even a trial picture.was ran through beforehand. As' a re sult, the pictures screened at the matinee were very, imperfect. It was in itself a " trial show," and because the pictures were not satisfactory, "• Mick " is giving a free matinee for children on Saturday next at three o'clock. At night the hall was again packed, and in the meantime im provements^ had been effected which showed the pictures to much better advantage. It was a rattling pro gramme tha...
HUMOR PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 10 March 1916
HUMOR PARS. Mrs. Blank; How liad I better have my new dress .made f . Blank: Small in the bill-—Boston Trans- . G1 lj)t* r^*' " "V * * • ' (} " The life insurance sharp says he wis&'s all. men were centipedes.'' (' Why so?" [.(' 'Twould tabe them so long to reach their. • last legs.'' ' "You criticise us," said the Chio^se visitory "yet I see all yoiir women have their x$2t ban daged." "Th*it is ian epidemic," it was explained to him gently, 'which broEe out iu 1934. Those are called spats." • m, ' ■ '• Uncle Ezra: Then you think city people ar& mora chivalrous than country people? Uncle Eben: You bet. Down there they say "She's got an ideal build for a grand; opera singer,'' where we'd say, '' She's built like a wash-woman." ® *■ * Bank Cashier: "This cheque, madam, isn't filled ni.'' Madam: " Isn't what?'' Bank Cashier: "It has your husband's, nama signed to it. but it does not state how much money you want1?" Madam Oh, is that all? WelV I'11 take all there is » V....