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Black Billy Tea by Joe Charles This was brewed for 'gun' shearer Ray Pareka in the Qlenroy district who wanted "no dish-water, Joe — I like it black!"
In January 1902 New Zealand agreed to a British request for an additional contingent to serve in South Africa. The 1000-strong Eighth Contingent was commanded by Colonel R.H. Davies.It disembarked
A soldier of the Great War who died of wounds.
A soldier of World War II
The Hon. Colonel de Renzie James Brett was a soldier of the old school. He combined the adventurous spirit of " warriors of old with ordered spear and shield "