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HOW LONG, O[?] LORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

HOW liOKG, OH LOEB. Says the "Orange Leader" .—Oar local slackers should be compelled to visit the "wards of the Base Hospital at Sydney and view the fine fellows ."who have given of their best while the said slackers remained at home to frolic with the flappers. Some with a leg off, some "with an arm or hand missing, many "with life long limps, ventilated chests, and some blind. And while these magnificent men have beeu doing all this for ns, while the" blazing sun and "winter stars shine and twinkle down on lone ly graves at Gallipoli, the racecourse, trots, lawn tennis court, golf, and other arenas of f-port have resounded to .the yells, cheers and groans of the men who stay at home ! How long is this one sided system to continue ?

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

i • ; I AN ASSAULT CASE. J Thomas Henry Smith will .shortly ! know that assaulting inoffensive j citizens is not a remunerative oc cupation. The offence alleged against him was assaulting Richard G ware Kitchen, a butcher of G-ilgandra. Thecase was heard exparte, and he was lined £10, costs of court 6/, pro fessional eostti £1/11/0. Mr Kelly who appeared for the prosecutor ap plied for a-warrant which was grant ed. From the evidence it appears that the prosecution was having-tea- ;.- , I at his residence when the defendant A■; -■ i and another man named Wrigley | called at his place.' When be heard they were there he went outside to ■ascertain their business. The de-. . fendant accused him of having kickvi / ed him on one occasion at LanceVj Hotel.\ On uuuyi ng this, defenda^J^S' abused him and called him oprobr ions names. . He (Svnith) struck him, ond he (prosecutor) returned S the blow. Later as prosecutor was ; entering his gate'the defendant rush ! ed at him, and they closed, t...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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FLYING TICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

FLYING TICK. A new horse pest, the flying tick, arrived at Mascot, By tine 3", last week A well-known trainer discoveved that a peculiar "fly" was the cause of a deal oi: worry to his racing mare and was successful in capturing it. The Governments Entomologist to whom the specimen was submitted, at once recognised it as the Hjppo bosea equi, which, is. known in ?Tew 'Caledonia as "the flying tick." This flying tick has a pair of very strong claws, like piucers, with which it j fastens itself on the hairless parts of ' its equine victims, although the ■ animal seems more terrified than : liurt by the attentions of the pest. ; This fly—and it looks just like a ■ diminutive blow-fly to the naked eye —is brown in color, and is as leath- ; er. Its toughness permits it to sur vive a solid whack with the back of j a brush or a piece of wood. The. flying tick lays its eggs in the horses' ; hairy coat, where they are hatched only to become, like the - bot-fly, a torment to its host. ' : Shre...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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DEATH OF RACING MARES [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

DEATH OF RAGING MARES Mr .James Rutherford, of "Wol lombi," Wongarbon, bas lost bis two lacing mares Pelena'b and The Koo. While out galloping in the paddocks the animals fell into starnp-lioles, and at a considerable distance from; each other, -with, the result that each had her off-fore!eg- broken badly, and had to be sliofc. Both were good per formers at Western District race meetings.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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The Doings of The West. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Tiie hhirie Enrie block drawn in a liiiid ballot at Walgett, by Private Willis, has been named Gallipoli. * =s * . The Cadia Gopher Mining Co. is reported to be restarting operations. Teamsters havejbeeii hard- to secure, which is said to have been a draw back t ' the compan}'. * s A fine lot of stud Shorthorn cattle (one bull and seven cows) arrived •■afc Warren last week from Edols Bros., of Bttrrawang, for Mb. Jack "Montgomery, of Castiebar. «= * * * ■ ' . While keeping wickets at the Par tes v Manildra cricket match on Box ing Day, Mr. Jim McGrath was struck on the jioje by a fast ball, and had t! e bone fractured. * * x At the Cowra police court before fhe P.M., .John O'Neill was fined £15 nnd £2/-I'/l'h on cach of two. charge^ of failing to furnish land tax returns when required by the commissioner to do so. iff ^ * Recently a number of lads were swimming at the .River Park, Mud gee, when Harry Rope got beyond his depth, and would probably have been drowned had it not been for...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

Woods* Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6, For Chronic Chest Complaints, Wheat. Wheat. To Farmers.. Louis Dreyfus & Coy. Are receiver's for the'Gbvern-. menf, including 4s Government' | - Guarantee Wheat . | mm mm. j Phone 13 Teams unloaded by Pearce Hearne | Wheat. Wheat M. & Co. | Are Receiving Wheat as {Government Agents' | .At Sslgandra Skills or any Siding convenient torn211 | Receiving, Agents for Government Guaranteed Wheat from New' Land : WHF.IT I JIlJIL aJLAJA. JiL m We are STILL Government Re ceivers. Also of Wheat ■ grown on New Land. Kemp-Bruce and Christie sa General Carrying- Business A. ORGAN Desires to inform the residents of Gilgandra and district that he has commence business in Gilgandra as GENERAL; . CARRIER, All kinds of carrying business transacted under personal supervision. Furniture and General Merchandise removed to any locality. M. Soli©it«BdL. ■ UIJ" fnn IIL» y A Hint to Siieepowners As wool salesmen Winchcombe. Carson Ltd., enjoy the eomplete co...

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THEATRICAL SOLDIERING [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

THEATRICAL "SOLDIERING Though the late Earl Roberts and his equally gallant and long dead son both gained the coveted V C., the old warrior was privately averse to many of the exploits by which the honor had been gained. "It has been given too often," he said, for -'the atrical work, when a little patience, quiet courage and self-restraint would have accomplished the same object. What the nation needs," he argned after an Australian in the Boer scrap had needlessly endangered his own life by carrying in a slightly wounded man who was perfectly safe when ho was lying behind a big boulder, "Ls a soldier, who, after one battle, will be alive, if possible to fight again. Anyone suspected of playing to the gallerjV he concluded "and accepting the (then) long odds against getting shot dead should be debarred from such decorations."

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CALLING UP GROUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

CALLING .UP GROUPS. The proclamation calling up four of the J)erby groups bettveon the ages of 23 arid 26 years, will be printed on pink paper to distinguish from the proclamation on white pap er referring to the 4,00,000.1 The number of exemptions is surprising, and even if the bill bq passed im mediately it will be six weeks before the actual compulsion operates.

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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COLLIE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

COLLIE NEWS (From Oar Correspodent.) The Holidays.—The Xmas season passed off here very quietly, holi day seekers leaving their holiday ex cursions until after the Allies Day sports here were disposed of. Amongst the holiday makers are Mr and Mrs C. Campbell, of the police station ; Mrs J. Welsh, and Miss Lily Hughes. - All these people are spending their holidays in the met ropolis. Death.—It is with regret that I have to chronicle the-death .. of Mrs A. Debney, of this town. Mrs Deb ney had been under treatment in Sydney for the last eight months, suffering from a pulmonary com plaint, which we were pleased to hear she was recovering from, but on Wednesday, December 22nd, word was received that Mrs Debney had died. The deceased was 46 years of age, and leaves a husband and a large family of children, a number of whom are fortunately grown up. The heartfelt sympathy i f the district is extended to Mr Debney and family in their hour of trial. The Weather.—We have had some "scorchers...

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DEATH OF A PROMINET MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

DEATH OF A PRGMINET MASON. The death occurred at Coonamble recently of an old and respect able resident in the person of Mr Joseph Le Maire. Deceased, who was 77 years of age, died rather sud denly, and his demise, came as a shock and cast quite a gloom over the district. Mr Le Maire was a prominent member of the Masonic Lodge at the time of his death, a position he had occupied for a num ber of years. He leaves three sons and four daughters to mourn their loss. : ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

< ■' > r AUCTION SALES flessrs Kemp-Bruce and Christie ertise in this issue that they will .Without reserve seven horses on behalf of the executors of the late Private Morris Hains on Saturday, •Jau. 15. The same firm, in con junction with N. W. Farraud, will submit for sale the whole of Mrs S. J. Barden's stock and plant at Hilly lands on February 2nd. Messrs Kemp-Bruce and Christie will also offer for sale at their rooms on Wed nesday next the well known Nerang estate.

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GERMAN SENT TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

GERMAN SENT TO GAOL. Julius Stellmacher "was charged at Parkes before the police magis trate, with having used seditious language, to wit, "Give me German , rule before British rule ; we are sure to win the war. —• the Allies, the whole lot of them." It was stat ed in the evidence that the accused had about a year ago threatened to burn down on3 of the hotels, and had then bitten the finger of an arresting nonstable. He was in company with two other Germans. He was fined £100, or six months' imprisonment, and to be imprisoned for six months, the sentences to be cumulative.

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RYLESTONE SHIRE CLERK KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

RYLEiTONE SHIRE CLERK ;r KILLED. , Worci was received by Mr F. Dunn, of Ijt'ylstone, last week, by telegram frc^n'Sydney,'that Mr Ivan Arm strong, formerly Shire Clerk at lly 1 - s|tone, had been killed at the war

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THE RECRUITING CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

/ THE RECRUITING CARDS. .Various excuses are being fashion ed by large numbers of young men las to why they will not enlist. One , Veason which is saicl to be receiving j wide acceptance is in answer to the question, "If you will not enlist, what is youx1 reason P " The answer is, "When you have dispensed with tjhe Germans in high places in (the Government services I will give yon my reply." It is not much of a rea son, but it is stated that thousands of cards will be worked thus.

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MARYYALE GULGONG RAIL. WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

MARYYALE GULGONG RAIL. WAY. It will be recalled that at a recent meeting of the Western Decentra lisation League, it was reported that the.Cabinet had decided ro refer the matter of the proposed railway from Mary vale to Gulgong to the Pablic Works Committee for the purpose of talcing evidence in connection there " with. The initiative steps were tak en by the league to secure the neces sary evidence, and the making of other arrangements, and in order to get the support of the public and carry the work to a satisfactory con clusion.

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FROM A GERMAN POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

FROM A GERMAN POINT OF YIEW. ; Writing in ibe New York "Times" j one George B* McClellan, an Ameri i can Universit}' professor who recent ly visited Germany and came away with a pro-German bias, mentions the H1111 claims that their losses in killed and wounded and prisoners l>ave been "about one-third" of those of the Franco-British on the west front and abont one-fifth of those of the Hussions on the east front. "In Germany the excellence of the Brit ish Tommy is everywhera recognised while the reckless but ignorant brav ery of the British officei^s is always spoken of with the greatest admir ation." 'But wasn't there once a "contemptible little army."

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THE GILGANDRA WEEKLY Gilgandra, Friday Jan. 14, 1918 THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

— THE — GUMMA WEEKLY GHgandra, Friday Jan. 14,1918 THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The Rev. E. S. Henderson, who has been supplying the Gilgandra Presbyterian Charge for the past few weeks, left for Sydney on Mon day last. We understand that Mr Henderson has been asked to supply at Moree for a'while. In connection with the vacancy in the local Pres byterian charge, the Rev. Mr Gras sick, of Wellington, has been ap pointed Interim Moderator and will preach in the parish on .{3 ok day next, occupying the pulpit at St Stephen's in the eveuing. As Mr Giassick's visit is largely with a view to ascer taining the wishes of the parishioners as to filling the vacancy, it is hoped that as many of the members and adherents of the church will attend the various services.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

A. S. Carroll PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST Miller St.', Gilgandra. Sole Agent for HEIO PILE CURB. Ointment 3s, Sup postories 3s Wolaroi Grammar School, Orango 3000ft above sea level Boarding and Day School for Boys A sound education by highly qualified raduate stafl to the University --Higher Matriculation Exam. Moderate Fees: Extensive grounds plendid climate. Next Term: July 22nd * C. R. CAMPBELL, B.A., Headmaster. Horatio Bevcridgc9 ^Miller St., Gilgandra. SOLICITOR' CONVEYANCE® AND LAND AGENT TRUST FUNDS TO LEND. A. F. FITZHARDINGE , Solicitor, 8lc Imperial Chambers, Gilgandra. (Lately occupied by N.S.W. Bank.) Moneys to Lend oa approved se curity at reasonable, rates of interest. No Commission. All descriptions o! Land Business. A CARD. «J. KELX-Y Late of Wellington, Solicitor, Proctor, sa.xs.cl j Attorney, Etc., | Has commenced the practice of his pro fession at Gilgandra, and may be con sulted at his office, Ellis' Chambers, Warren Road. All Courts and Land Boards attended. Will vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

f Consign f^our 1» s j n' BUTCHERS' PRODUCE FUR' SKINS RABBIT SKINS, oto. P8GSa CALVES Td" HlUji GLARK El GDi sydney Highest Price and Prompt Rot urn® Magk^igsmt oTonEa Best Paddocks at Flkmihqtcw S*Lia*e Aanrxi Qbm Kemp-Bruce &' Christie^ Special Agents m* &

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 14 January 1916

Up-to Date Saddlery. SADDLE, fS/TOESS, asid COLLAR mmE®, Has opened business.in Miller Street, in premises adjoining Mr Beveridge's Offices Up-to-date stock of Bridles, Collars, and Farm Harness. Repairs a SpeeiaSity. Satisfac tion Guaranteed NOTIjB As we are being continually approached w'th requests to suppress reports of pjolic proceedings—police court in par ticular—we wish it to be clearly under stood that we do not intend to do so, ir respective of person or persons. In a sense, the paper which we publish be longs to the subscribers, who expect to get a fair record of all local public matters COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA £10,000,000 4i per cent. WAR LOAN, 1925 PRI^E OF ISSUE, PAR. THE LOAN IS TO BE UTILISED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY, and will take the form Of either LN'SGIIIBED STOCK or TREASURY BONDS, at option of Subscriber. Both CAPITAL and INTEREST will ilia a CHARGE on the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of the COMMONWKALTH. \ BONDS and TRANSFERS FREE of COMMONWEALTH or STATE STAMP DUTY *»...

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