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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Oct. 22, 1915 CASUALTIES FROM THE WEST [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Gligandra, Friday Oct. 22,1915 CASUALTIES FROM THE WEST On the OQth casualty list appear .the following names :—Woandecl, Private W, J. Riley (Cobar), Lieut. M. 11. Gavin (Orange) ; ill, Private •F. Gr. Kingston (2fyjigan.)|i Private ■G. C. Walter (Wellington), Private >W. E. Milligan and Private 0. D. McCarthy (ISTan'Oi-nine) ; Private A. 3. Samuels (Trangie).'

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GULAR JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

GUXjAR jockey club. Mr G". Lemon, President ot the 'Gular Race Club, lias a bunt £60 al ready in hand for the race meeting to be held on the 3rd November 111 aid of oar wounded soldiers. The race committee are to be congi^atnl ated for their pluck and grit for the advanced stage of their raceconrse. When completed it will be one of the best appointed grounds in the West. It is costing about £1000. The grandstand, saddling paddock, l^nd outbuildings are up.|o-date, and course as a. be a fctqythe town \ "ff f;-"(

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUMUNGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

EUMUNGERIE. * (From our Correspondent.) Private W. Max ton, on final leave, visited Eumungerie last Friday. At very short notice a farewell function was fixed, at which a good "number of citizens turned up. Mr Juo. Wheaton presided, and on behalf of the people of Eumungerie, presented I^ri. Maston Avith a wrist watch, and with an envelope containing a col lection of coins, among which were two pennies contributed by a boy, Charles England—his whole bang pile, as an enthusiastic auditor re mained. Private Max ton briefly re plied and said that he valued the good opinion of his Eumungerie friends very highly. Besides the toast of-the King, and our guest, both proposed by the chairman, the healths of "our two oldest settlers," Messts J. Patmau and E. C. McMil lan, were drunk. Private Maxton proposed the towia and district. During the course of a very enjSy-. able evening, recitatious and stories were given by Messrs W. Fisher, Jno. Wheaton, A Lamb, J. Cope and others. The work of provi...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. ARKINS AND THE ROUTE MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

The Premier' referred on Monday to the "miserable con trovers}7" which he said had arisen duriug his ab sence from the city over his state ment that Mr. Arkins, M L.A., had interested himself in the route march. V Towards the latter part"of Septem ber, said Mr. Holman, Mr. Arkins called on him with a communication he had received from the local Pro greirS Association sent by its secre tary, Mr. Smirthwaite, asking "the intervention of the Government in the interests of the route march., and asking Mr.-Arkins to solicit his (the Premier's) interest in the scheme. That was, as a matter of ;l:act, the first time he had heard aboat it. Later, Mr. Arkins saw him repeat edly concerning various commar.ica tions from the feme bod}7. It ap peared that there are two local bodies interested in this matter, the Pro gress Association and the Recruitiug Committee. 1 The statement made by him was an absolutely correct one, and a large amount of helpful action was taken by the Government officers u...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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"THE COO-EES." [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

"THE C00-EE8." —*. [BY THE WANDERER.] I | He started the call in the heart of the ! West, j It's gaining and growing to-day ; j And some of the brawniest men, and" : the best, i Arc bound for the thick of the fray. i { Gilgandra gave the clarion call, i While Hitchen led the way ; J And bushmen dropped the wedge and maul, And left the Castiereagh. ■The boundary rider further West, I Beyond -'the back o' Bourke," j Has joined the. ranks of "Hitchen's j Best," I For "mustering up" the Turk. Out Nyngan way, where roasting sun. In summertime looks down, Came bushmen brave to shoulder gun, And maybe win a Cro.vvn. "The March" is steadily forging on, , No matter dry or rainy ; | At Dubbo it has been, and gone— j And now it'snearing Blayney. | At Orange, you can bet your boots, I A welcome, warm, awaits it ; The novel way to get recruits— j "It's good," a message states it. ; | , And Bathurst booms it with a bang, God bless the Western City ; While bushmen join the ranks at 'Wang And Lithg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

if AIL WAY HOTEL, i Oppoeite Gilgandra Bail way Station A. <T. LANCE, Proprietor. Havinj^purchased from Mr Jas.; Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotet, is preparecKto cater for the public according to modern requirements. A Modevn Hostelry. A Good Table. The Best of Appointments. An ideal family hot'jW. , Lighted throughout with electricity. Splendid stable accommoda Nothiri°!Bill be spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome old faces. F Bsed to welcome, new. A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. Taft@i*$ali's Hotel, OllgasicSra, Opposite Post Efface. ; tUndcr Entirely"Ncw Management.) Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the.above Hostelry, which he will-conduct on Up-to-date Lines. . All 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. The Stabling Accommodation most pcrfectin the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Co...

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WOMEN SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

WOMEN SHOT, ? BY .THE GERMANS. =—' , -'ma Details have been published of the execution of Belgian women at Liege ou June Stb. A woman denounced 25 women forgiving information to the Allies concerning the movements of the Germans. One of the accused women was persuaded to coufess after a promise that the culprits would be treated leniently. Nevertheless, II were sentenced to death, three later being allowed to 3ue for pardon. Volunteers were called to form a fir ing squad, but none were forthcom ing. The men were then chosen uuder threats. The condemned women arrived in waggons at day- ' break, accompanied by priests. They were placed with their backs to the wall of Chartreuse Fort, posts being driven into the ground, to which they were tied if their com'age failed. Louise Freuay was ordered to be shot first. The German soldiers hesitated, being unaware that they had to shoot women. There was'uc. time to con fer, so when the order was given to fire, some aimed aside and some low, wit...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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THE AGGRESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

''r THE AGGRESSOR. 1 All that Shakepeare loved in Eng land ! All that Nelson died to save ! Beauty, Justice, freedom, Glory—■ Perish in a Prussian grave ? Nay, by all that gives life splendour,. All that manhood courts supreme,. We must bring to dust and ashes This mad'Huhenzollern dream. Strong behind the Men of Britain, steadfast as that glorious host, Stands the spirit of the Nation Breathing fire from coast to coast. Nevsr shall the German levies Make this precious stone a grave,, Nor one single child of Britain ■ Sink to be a Prussian slave. Let the eagle rend the Lion When the Lion's heart is dead !: Let the Tyrant come when freedom's-' Last fierce drop of blood is shed ! Here live Men, not driven crttle. Here breathe Freedom's foremost • sons Send your conscripts np to meeb thom, Test our manhood with your gum*. Let the nations judge between us,. Let the human race decide. You who drag it-o deatli your people In the maduoss ol: your pride, You who tear M'ith blood-red lingers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Australian Hail. The Palace of A Programmes for Saturday and W Saturday, Oct. 23rd: SUNSHINE AND SHADOW FIRST STAR FEATURE. Vita Drama English Gazette TOPICAL. Empire Day at Guildhall—Busy Scenes in a Cartridge Factory—Various Scenes of War Interest Clubman's Wager COMEDY • Feunchal SCENIC • Fatty and ftSahle and the Law KEYSTONE COMEDY Wipe Your Feet SELIG MASTERPIECE—COMEDY THE GREEN IDOL SECOND STAR FEATURE Caught by the Handle tfedne LIFE OF FIRST STAR FEAT Australia TOPICAL and CAR On the Ro COMEDY- Lubin-Ms Hogan the KEYSTONE COMEDY THE RAINY DAY SECOND STAR FEATURE In Bridal Attire COMEDY Lizzie's Fortune COMIC Next Monday, October 25 : The British Navy. Don't Forget the two GREAT STARS : On October 25th THE BRITISH NAYY, a 10-reelfilm. „ On Nov. 8th THE WORLD AT WAR, another real beauty. Be present at these special nights. "H

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

To the Residents of 6-iIgandra and DJ^trict Having purchased tli^-above well-known BAKERY lately carriec^on by Messrs McGREGOR and HOLLOWAY, 1 trust by strict attention to lousiness, both in Bread and Pastry, to gain a continuance of the Liberal Patrjiage extended \ to the late Firm. LwJL© csn&sssszEssEMTJt "ETT^T ~W GlIiGiiKIteA and JELJLJEdJU 3L 9 BiiTHllKST.. Telephones—23 Gilgandra ; 78 Bathurst is£SSsss!SS^!sa^iax^^>^^^^3&rs3S2ssis^iszsss^e3ssissss3assrsiass!SBSBi^!t "W ^JlICSlS ilargar/ibons F. (MacQalium, General Draner & Costamiere. Costumes to Measure a Speciality. I have on hand a good stock. of Ready'-made costemes 'which are going at Remarkably Isow Prices. /i TCiV^ W in* XT** ^ £M §Jf I I PT% UP $ h 'holesale and Retail Butchers Small Goods always oa hand. ABOUT np# § ¥™-„ WJSJSJJ ■VSS2 € Ks IP A 8 It «&S2£2i L" ^5£*fcCE22Zi .u'Mu J CSJILW, g&:s.mdL l^fjilLaiLs g&sadi 1D>© €3r©€®. WORK., 3! SjSLIT J junu . ' 1 33'0 1...

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LANCE-CORPORAL McCLURE[?] WRITES FROM EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

WRITES FROM EGYPT. The editor of this paper has re-, eeivecl the following letter from Laiice-Corporal W. McOlu're, from Maacli, Egypt, on 711 ber :—• " Having been sent a " .L'ibavai " with the lioll of those going and gone I would like to meniid? names of young men who we? lag for Mr. C. Law, of Arms the brother* Wylie. Drive •Wylie, called, upon the Reserves of the B.H.A., woancled the Dardanelles, and Driver A. Wylie, Gfch A.A.S C., at Maadi.1 Egypt. i may say I am in splendid health,, in fact never have I felt .better in my iii'e. ]. am despatch rider here, and' have had some fanny experiences, particularly in the congested native traffic. One collision cost 7ne three weeks in the hospital, but X am out and about again and le coainier,^ duties this week. It.is a fine caraj here at Maa.di, which is eight and aJ half miles J'rora Cairo. It is a Gardeij Suburb, and an exceptionally p rettj place. The residents cannot enough for us. ... /Some of . t.ber , i Greeks and some French?*...

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PYJAMAS FOR GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

At a recent meeting of the Ilydo Council Alcl. Reeves said that a lady at En wore, with some of her friend**,." had set themselves the task of pro x'iding pyjamas for soldiers going to the front. They had rea.de quite a number of these, useful garments,. a:*d were careful to sew tickets" in the pockets, indicating the particu lar- soldiers for %vhom they were in tended. Hav ing' acklrtssed and de spatched thorn, the 1 dy and her friends were horrified to recoive sub sequently letters of thanks Tor- their p'itcs from Germans interned at Liverpool camp. It was a scanda lous thing, said Aid. Reeves, and' ought .to have the fullest inquiry, y'" ]\Ir S. W. Mnrfcham M ills has returned to town, and niiav be consulted at his rooms as usudl. Mr Mills' personal at tention to all dental work is in itself, |juliic.i|^t guarantee.

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COONAMBLE CONSPIRACY CHARGE. HARRY O'BRIEN ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

OOMMBLE CONSPIRACY > CHARGE. AR.UY O'BRIEN ACQUITTED. Tlie ■verdict.of the. jury, iu the case f Mr H. I). O'Brien, who was char ed with conspiracy with James Mal oney, at Dubbo sessions last week, ■was not guilty. The accused, were charged with that, at Coonambie, on 20th June, 1915, they did conspire conjointly to defraud W. M. Keogh and others of certain sums of money. The accused were further arraigned on two other charges of conspiring wTith others to defraud W. M. Keogh and other subjects of the King of ccrtain snms of money. Mr W. P. Kelly (Wellington) ap peared for O'Brien. Maloney was undefended, and made application to sit at the table, as he had to conduct his own case, there was no conveniences for g so iu the dock. £ Honor granted accused per il to have the use of the small fused O'Brien made a state He had been racing for about years iu this State and Queens aud bad never incurred the dis pleasure of a stipendiary steward or a racing committee. He always left the sup...

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With the "Coo-ees." FROM TOWN TO TOWN THE RECEPTION AT WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

With the "Coo-ees." FROM TOWN TO TOWN THE RECEPTION AT WEL LINGTON. The following extract from the report of the reception accorded the Gilgandra "Coo-ees" at Wellington is taken from the "Times" of that town :—"Turning to scan the men more closely one saw what impressed him. There were one or two .who had evidently seen service, but the majority had not, having been drawn from all sorts of rural toil, bnt what one did aee in every face, was the stern look of the man who had heard his country's call, and one mentally took off his h?j,t t© him. The men were accompanied by two transport waggons, driven by the regulation "swaddies," and loaded with camp impedimenta, with the national flag flying in front, and another flying the bold announcement, "Gilgandra Coo ees; first stop at Berlin." The.march wag continued, and a spot near town the band and other units of the "pro cession for the entry into town were waiting, and as the "Coo-ees" hove in sight the bands struck up "It's a Long Way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

jam.bera, , cy w*occupied by N,S.W^BaiiS.. r W* jys to Lend on approved se at reasonable rales of interest, ommission. 1 descriptions of L&ed Business. A CARD. ■IT. J. KELLY . Lute of Wellington, /SolicsitoK*, Proctor, jaM.cS. / ' JfL-fctiorxKBy, / Has commenced the practice ot' his pro / fession at Giigandra, and may be con ■/' suited at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road1. \ AH Courts and Land Boards attended. Will visit Gulargambonc and outside I centres as required. Boarding and Day Scliool for Boys A sound education by highly qualified Graduate stall to the University Higher cM,at4eulation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate. Next Term: July 22nd " C. R. CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. School Resumes, July 27th.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

IN MEMORIAL in loving remembrance of Linda. K. Meers, who died at Warren on the 20th October, 39.14. ,-In the bloom of her life God claimed her, In the pride of her girlhood days; None knew her but loved her, None mentioned her name but in praise —inserted by her fond friends Mrs Patman and family, Eumungerie

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LAND FOR SOLDIERS ASSISTING LAND SETTLE MENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

ASSISTING LAND SETTI/ii , (t MKNT. Tli8 State't Government has ap proved of' a scheme to provide em- ' - ploynient for returned -soldiers. It is saggested that a-central war "council-. . be appointed in the States,presided* over by respective Premiers or Cabi net Ministers, and assisted by com mittees in various country centres. The task of the council falls in jo • six sections: Kecruiting, assistance and advice to dependents of killed men; the training of the partially .disabled; employment generally, farms, and collection and administra tion of-funds. Sab-committees and experts are to be appointed for each section. In providing for employment care will be taken to select avenues for which the men would be most fitted. The men's former employers are to be asked if-they'were willing to re employ the men'if an wounded or if partially disabled, t)-> provide light work that can be found. The settlement of returned men-, on the land presents peculiar difficul ties, which, it is poin...

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QUITTED HIS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

Rev. R. J. Campbell: was received' ' into the Anglican Church at Birm ingham last -week. For a long time one on the leaders of the i^oncon formist thought in England, the Rev. R. J.'Campbell, a few years after his appointment in 1903 as Gongrega-, tioual minister at the City Temple,;, / London, created a sensation by the ' publication of - his work, " The New/?1;1 Theology."— Some time ago .it WasV announced that lie had broken away,, from the Congregational teachings- -' and had embraced the doctrines of V the Church of England.

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THE NEW STUD FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

I ll I I ■ I I —rfo .1 ; i As already reported, the Govern ment is negotiating to .secure North Bangaroo Instate, m the vicinity of . Eugowra, for the purpose of estab , lishing a horse stud farm. We un stand that the matter lias been ar ranged practically, and^ preparations . &ie in hand to commence operations. Tiie .venture is one that will be watched with interest, and with good management should prove profit able. Some time ago the Minister decided to acquire a property more suitable than the existing State farms to accommodate the Clydes dales imported by the State a few months ago. Bince then several properties have been inspected, and jBaugaroo has been selected as the most suitable. While some people "would have preferred to see a pro perty secured in limestone, hilly Oountry, where horses with good feet "would be reared, the estate that has I om. met with the approval of'.the Minis *-ei & advisers has the advantage of k ^n^OI/'^Rging what should be good lu. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 22 October 1915

METHING WORTH KNOWINfi The Cheapest Known Power U - IS WIMD POWER Pi with the Fortescne Oresit I.X.L. Windmill, erected by W. T. Hitchen ft Son over your bore, wells I i dam, you will aiwuys have an abundunce of water for your stoclc and garden. Fortescue I.X.L /indmill is recognised as the strongest, cheapest, simplest and lightest running mill in existence. Any light breeze will start it because it runs on ball bearings, and its working parts are always :unning in an oil bath which protects them from wear. The working parts are also enclosed in a box, -us protecting them from the dust and rain. The I.X.L. Windmill will pump you half as much more kV«:er as any other Windmill. Call on its and we will prove to you what we say. or, better still, drop «■, d-note, and we will call on you and quote-you for a complete pumping outfit, either by Windmill or JlC |d< I? |W> 111 . i <; : te rt ^C: ■ ■fcant ij'Ut ti iGilgt |>ed v iiice .d ,pi F.res lb 'ddrtescue w ^j...

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