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HEAVY SHEEP MORTALITY [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

I H3AYY SHEEP' MORTALITY I Mr. C. S. McPhillamy, of Warroo, has suffered a heavy loss amongst a mob of sheep recently purchased b}* lurti in the Dubbo district. There were originally 54.00 in the mob, and as they were being taken from Dub bo to Y'varoo by road the death rate among the animals became so alarm ing that the services of an expert amongst stock were secured. He diagnosed the trouble as lung-worms and in all about JL100 oil the sheep died. The balance are in very poor condition in spite oE the fact' that they have been on good grass.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPS THAT COME AND SHIPS THAT GO. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

(by the Wanderer.) They're sentinels, grim, of the slaughter That's raging across the main; .As they're ploughing their way through the water, And coming and going again. We remember the first that departed— The cheers as she rounded the Quay; .-.In the days when the war had just started, On deck were "the heroes to be." They went—did the pick of Australia— 1 From the land of the stringy .bark tree; And men who were strangers to failure, Arc sleeping now by the sound of the sea. - And still the procession is proceeding, Its length and its time—who can say? ;But to Victory, certain, its leading— May the Master, pray, hasten the day. 'When the shipping of troops is all over, And rifles no longer will crack— "We'll think of each soidicr-boy rover. And watch for '"the boys' to come back. And we often, I think, w'll remember, The lads who are "sleeping" away; In a land where the winds of November, i'.i;,Arc bleaching their bodies to-day. 'They died >n their country's devotion, The zes...

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GILGANDRA RECRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

GIIiG&NDRA RECRUITS In reply to Mr. Thrower, in the ■House 011 Tuesday last, the Premier stated that he would take steps to 'see'.'that-some sort of check -was kept j upon the expenditure o: the sums or money subscribed, en route, for the benefit of the Gilgandra recruits. Mr. -Holman also promised Mr, Ar_ kins that he would make represen tations to the Minister for Defence ' tliat the recruits engaged on the march be paid the ordinary military ^1'ates while on the journey to Syd ney. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

"mrirnrnnn'ii~Tr~mmrr |nrirni i a hid h milium ■ in \ 11 Australian''Hall. The.'Palace of Afaiusement, Programmes for Saturday and Wednesday Next We A PAGE FROM LIFE FIRST STAR FEATURE. Rex Drama 2200ft English gazette TOPICAL Fall" of Bill Napu.liham COMEDY. A screamer Hogan's Romance ipse! KEYSTONE COMEDY* That.Spring.Time Feeling •' KEYSTONE COMEDY GIRL FROM THE MUSIC HALLS SECOND STAR FEATURE. Kalem masterpiece, 3200ft The Haunted House FIRST STAR FEATURE. Kalcm Drama Australian gazette, No.' 2§1 TOPICAL and CARTOONS OF THE. MO MSN T Death of Simon Le Gree COMEDY $ QIS ill INTERESTING. 1 lOUft by Gamnont From; Patches to KEYSTONE. A regular streamer TIE HIGHB m SECOND STAR FEATURE. underworld of Chinatown, N.Y. f COMEDY Race Monday, Nov. 8th.—THE WORLD AT WAR Do •The Baby Killers at work—AUSTRALIA'S RESPONSE—Enlisting—The embarkation—lit Egypt—At Gallipoli—The Return

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DOCTOR FOR GULAR [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

DOCTOR FOR GUjLAR ■ The medical committee met on Monday night last and decided to sign the agreement guaranteeing 1o subsidise the Government's £200 in the appointment of Dr. Thomson from Taralga. , The committee have the greater part of the first year's cash in hand, and with promises from landowners and others they an ticipate no difficulty in securing the .balance as soon as the doctor estab lishes himself amongst them. The secretary of the movement (Mr. T. |A. Logan) is to be congratulated for his persistent efforts in bringing this matter to a finality, and it is to be hoped that now that they have a doctor in sight there will be no fur ther disappointments. There is a' good opening there for medical man, and the people liave promised loyalty. The medical committee signed an agreement on Wednesday with Dr. Thompson, of Taralga, appoint ing him subsidised medico to the district.. The .committee are respon sible for the payment of £200 per year, the Government a similar amount, w...

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YOUR FRIENDS WILL NOT TELL YOU [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

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MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

John Bridge and Company Ltd n*-* port under date 30th October : Wool : As evidencing the demand for crossbreds we would point to the sale of a clip by us of 104 bales which, realised over.^2000. The record stands at i8§-d. The market is unchanged except for the gradual raising of price in the case of choice wools. Our nert sale is fixed for 3rd Nov.. when we will offer 3,500 bales, HOMEB'USI-I SALES. Sheep: Upwards of 42,000 yarded 011 Thursday, and notwithstanding; full supply, market was especially] | good! for all prime sorts—in fact weighty shorn sheep showed an im provement on recent races. Other de scriptions also sold well. ' Lambs: This season's lamb's of good weight and quality commanded keen competition by exporters, arid tlx® prices realised showed an improve ment on recent high rates. Trade lambs on Thursday also sold to bet ter advantage than the previous week.. Cattle:—Upwards of 2000 cattle were "yarded on Thursday, which' number was evidently in excess ofi trade requ...

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With the "Coo-ees." FROM TOWN TO TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

''Vo^S ' ' • ' From oar Special Representative ^ Mr. H. R. M. Pigctt, federal it)ember for Calarc, was ask°d -Orange'to see what lie could do with the Minister for. Defence, and at Blayney the following wire was re • eeived:— "Minister for Defence wired Com mandant in Sydney authorising: him, if at- all possible, to issue recruits -dungaree overalls and white liats, at Litbgow or Wallerawang if able^to reach the latter town in time. Re garding pay, the Minister approved that the recruits will be paid from date of joining inarch, provided finally as ■ medically fit when ac cepted: and, provided that no pay ment shall be made to any recruit "who is not passed as fit, notwith standing that he took part in the ■march. Now considering i£ pos sible advance for payments en route, and will wire you further ou this point.' V PIGOTT. Good news to the Gilganai'a and other boys that started out. on the •understanding that there would be no pay until camped. ORANGE TO MILLTHOBPE (The March Conti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

I ■ I nil Mil Mil Bruce and Christie, Auctioneers, .lye Stock and Property Salesmen, Milter St, Gllgahdra.' Tel.33, Cilgandra.'' A. F. Gillett, ' Auctioneer, - Stock and' Station' Salesman ■Toorawcenah. Agent for -Studeb&ker Motor Cars, 'Phone 14 ! t ' AUCTIONEERS,. j Stock, Station, Land and Gen a ml i Commission Agents, Gilgaiidra. j Stock Sales and Trucking a | Specialty. Communications invited. TV. lepborto 53.. ! | I WjScfflMlo" I .-.AUCTIOKEERS, ! Land, Stock, TrucScsng, | des^0g*ai Commission | .Agents, ! GILGMBRA. j . M. W, Farrand, Stock, Property, & Trucking Agent Also Life, Fire, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance Business Particulars of land available for settle ment always on h«nd, and applica tions prepared and court attended. Agencies—The A.M.P. and the Colonial Mutual Fire Office, the two leading Australian Offices.. Lindley WalkeJ and Co., Wheat' Exporters. OFFICE (late H. W.Mitchell) MI LLER STREET. Telephone 50. Established 1880. illfiiCET Hi SOU, ...

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McDONALD ACQUITTED. AT COONAMBLE SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

AT COONAMBLE SESSIONS. At the Court of Quarter Sessions ■at Coon amble last week, Johu Albert' McDonald, of Gilgandra, pleadednot guilty to a charge of bavin j stolen certain money, to wit £1, and a val uable' security, to wit, a warrant fqr the payment of £2 13s 9fj, the prop erty of Frederick George Wright, at •Gilgandra, on 21st July. Mr. H. T. Ivor if appeared for the defence. Sergeant Clark, stationed at Gil gandra, deposed that on 22nd August •accused said to him he did not re member cashing a cheque at Noon-' an's billiard saloon about the end of Julyy nor did he remember telling men named Adams and Hill he was going to. do so. Alnia Wright, wife of Frederick G. Wright, Bearbotig, deposed that on •21st July she gave a letter to Duu_ ster, iu the presence of accused, con taining a £1 note and a cheque for . -so2 13s 9d. She asked H.nnster to register the letter and gave him four pence. Accused was driving the mail buggy. On 3rd August she saw accused at the Gilgandra police st...

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TROOPER MONAGHAN. WRITES HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

WRITES HOME. Trooper '"'Artie" Monaghan , now at the front, writes to his sisters in Gilgandra. Extracts of the letter are as follows :— "You can see more in Cairo in a <1 ay than you can in Sydney in a week, but the natives are easily the ■dirtiest people 011 God's earth. It is - their belief that it is unlucky t.-> wash their c-;hildren till , they are l-A. It makes you feel sick to look at some of them. You see a big black ngly native coming down the street. By his side is his black wife, with her veil on (which hides all her face, except her e}*es), as black as pitch. On the other side he h s another wife, and if she walked down George Street you couldn't tell her from any other woman. There is no such thing as bigainy Vbere—they "-nearly all have two wivo.'i. . . . There are a lot <>f •wounded here, including Indians. We were walking past the hospital, and they called us over—"Come here Australia, we India. Wo love Australia, but English 110 good." T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Opposite Gilgandm Kailway Station Having purchased from Mr J as. Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotel, is prepared ti-) cater for the public according to modern requirements. A Mod/ern Hostelry. A Good Tabic. The Best of Appointments. An ideal family hotel. Lighted throughout with electricity. Splendid stable accommoda tion \ , Nothing\yill be spared,>to give the public satisfaction. Glad to Welcome old faces. Plea.sed to welcome new. \ A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. f (Under Entirely New Management.) Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above he will conduct on Up-to-date Lines. AH the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and all the appointments are most complete. . Hostelry, which The Stabling Accommodation most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Room now open. First-class Table. A Flew and Up-to-date Hostelry. A-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

Consign your BUTCHERS' PRODUCE FOR SKINS RABBIT SKINS, ©to. . PIGS, CALVES 3(1 AGS".ticeni OT0.rss Best Pa.odocm at Flsmihgtos Kemp.-Bruce & Christie, "1C CIARX & IU./-SYDHEY Highest Price and' Prompt Rcstwr'n® Selling AWKKTa Qaue Special Agents imi ItW'l1 .iminr.< ^Tm:c:^r^re--;r^;»CTraf^:SEmCTEt»aBEa

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HAVE WE FAILED? AT THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

MYE IE FAILED ? AT THE DARDANELLES. < ''Have we failed at the Dardan elles?" is the question Sir Arthur Conan Doyle'undertakes to answer in. a striking article in the "Daily Chronicle." In a plea for optimism and the cessation of unreasonable and pes simistic criticism, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle writes: There is a great con trast between the German and British press during' the last few months; yet in our heart of. hearts we are as certain of victory as ; that to-morrow's sua will shine. Look at our work in the last fourteen months. We annexed the Germau colonies, swept the German flag1, Imperial and commercial, from the ocean, repelled submarines, conquered southern Me sopotamia, and, greatest of all, raised an enormous voluntary army. The severest critic in. the whole,, world can only point to one place ' I where it is said we have failed, namely, the Dardanelles; but has there been failure there? I believe that if wc never f.oroe the straits the enterprise was, never thel...

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COONAMBLE RAILWAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

In the Legislative Assembly. Mr Arkins asl e I the Colonial Tre? sirer, —(1) Is ic a fact that an alteration has been made in the railway service between Sydney and Cooi;amble ? (2) Isyit a fact that an alteration in the time-table 'extends - thy tune ■! occupied on the journey by one hoar, necessitating an e.irly departure from Sydney and a latter amv.il in Coonamble ? (3) Is it a fact that this alteration was made without notice being given to the travelling public, except that contained ia the Sydney press, which did not reach the people concerned tili'after tne alteration had taken pla ce ? (4) Is it a fact the postal offici i Is were not acquainted of the alteration, till after |the mail bags hud been made up on Monda}' morning for the previous time of the train's depart ure at noon, and they had a tele phone message that the1 train would5 not in future depart till 12.40 F (-5) Will he consider the advisabieness of an alteration being made by the in troduction of" the summer ti...

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KING GEORGE'S MESSAGE. MORE MEN AND YET MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

MORE MEN AND YET MOKE. .* ' ; The King lias acldressed this tries snge to the Empire :— " To my people: In- this grave moment in the struggle between my people and a highl}1-organised enemy, who has transgressed the laws of .nations and changed the ordinance that binds civilised Europe together, I appeal to you. " X rejoice in- ni}r Empire's efforts. I feel pride in the voluntary response from my subjects all over, the world, who sacrificed home; fortune, and life itself in order that another may not inherit the free Empire which their'1 ancestors ancl mine built. " I ask you to make good these sacrifices. The end is not in sight. More men and yet more are wanted to keep'my armies in the field, and through them to secure victor}- and enduring peace. In ancient days the darkest mo ment ever produced in the men of our race the sternest resolve. I ask you men of all classes to come for ward voluntarily and take your share in the fight. In freely responding to my appeal you will be givi...

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COONAMBLE QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

COON AMBLE! QUARTER SSSSIOMS. At the Coonrunble Quarter Ses sions last week, before Lis Honor Judge Scholes, John Hall and Cecil Molloy were acquitted on a charge oi: having assaulted George Lang, at Dabbo, on 8th. October, and robbed him of certain articles and money. Leslie George Maddigan was charged with having atCoonamble on 3rd September indecently assaulted Kathleen Hundy. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the ac cused was discharged. Bruce James Mnssett was also acquitted on a charge... of arson. A colored man named David Jacob was charged with having committed an unnatural of fence'on a boy. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and accused was discharged. On a charge of hav ing stolen a quantity of .jewellery from Goorianawa station,- the pro perty of Ktnily May Campbell, Ed ward James Burden was sentenced to twelve months' hard labor in Bath ursfc gaol. Accused was informed he could petition for release at the end of six months.

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

j . At Liverpool there is a /. soldier | whose real, name is' Dough'.—H.i& | country.kneads'him. t 1!; , !•„ "His iordsbip. has landed .estates,, has he not inquired the barrister! ''His lordship married three times'. and he landed an estate on each oc casion," "as the solicitor's answer. ' -k I he Gowra Pony Club has handed' over to the secretary of the Gowra Patriotic League the sum of £71/19, being the result of the recent ' meet ing held by the club, and, in spite of what the race clubs are doino throughout the State, there arc many who are desirious of putting a stop to racing-. Trooper u . h. Singh, according to a message from Anzac, lias put up'a remarkable record. He has account ed for no 1.,ss. tba-i 100 Turks sioo-Ie handed. Singh is a.'native of 'Qqeen'g lahd, and i.s a .well known crack rifle shot. A t-niner at the Front, he al ways has a co.m.p-inion with a tHe scope, and a riles-.;' his man is seen to actually fail , o -kilP' i, recorded. He has been henrd to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

v' \ ?.1 3%; ^ V fe#^ ^a/4- ~ 1 ^ « ' } /V-.V^V '."&?}-..vf Aft -■• LATEST MILLINERY N8VEUES Untrimmefl Shapes, Panamas, Flowers, and! iiteetis,, Ii We liav® jiist epeiieci tlie first lot sf jour . It Spring liliinery ■They.-'comprise all. the"VERY Ik ; TESXCKEMIW in - Models, I; ,:v'.Read^to-Wears, Washing, |: '^Panamas, and.Shades-'-' ~ '.SPECIAL fltlMMlNG.. Military' Strip© SiSk, lB?clisdisig la va! Brigade,'London Scottish,''. '.--'.Gordons, and R.A.M.C. These ."/Military Stripes are playing a prominent part in -'the..New Season's Trimmings - We-Cordially Invite Your. Visit . * V' inspection, for we.are confident- that we'have maintained ©isr re v potation. forvexcBusive novelties, and up-to-date styles J. H e Mi -%i a^K v-, ■' ■ . .v.v.tr • '■ 'v • • c ■ it®:-''-'' 1 . ! Where Quality Always* Counts. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 5 November 1915

TRESPASS NOTICE. Any person found trespassing on Bid don property without permission from the owner will be prosecuted vvithou respect to persons. F. W. McKENZIE, Bid don. 21st Dec., 1914. CAUTION !, Any person or persons found msrasping in any of the "Iviewa,i paddocks will be prosecuted without ■ further notice. .All straying stock will be im jounded. G. A. SEM'MLER. NOTICE. ANY STOCK found trespassing on BREELONG or smashing wire-netting will be impounded without respect.to persons JAMES LEWIS, * ' Breelong. mm e All persons are cautioned against shooting on the dams, or otherwise trespassing on "Quandong Park" pad-* docks, Collie. Any person found so doing will be prosecuted. No respect to persons. E. MURRAY. CAUTION. Anyone damaging fences, leaving gates open, or trespassing on " Bearbong," will be PROSECUTED. P. J. ANDERSON, "Bearbong." -''"-NOTICE-:''' OWNERS OF and. AGENTS FOR Stock trucking at Curban Siding are notified that in future they will NOT be permitted to- WATER th...

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