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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
medical. DB, OASPERSOM, M• D., D.D.S., (nEaiSTliliED TiY TH1-; NEW SOUTH VTA DCS MEDICAL BOAHD), MAY b(! Consulted at ALL HOURS at ! ttlo "Wyalony "DIrspL-jjaav-r nurl-Pilar macy, Main-street, West Wyalong. SiCgaS Notices WR. G. p. EVANS; ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR, (Nexfc Mining' Itairislrur's Office), WEST WYALONG. iJgT* Commissioner for Affidavits for Now S mtli Witlya, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania. (H3 '■fi r > Mr. 0. H. Roberts, BOOKSELLER, WYaLONG, has beuu appointed S- Ik Agent for tne WYALONG AOVOCATE. Iy Forward all my Goods through GELLING AND SO^S. Addess Vietorinn Goods, C/o Gelling and Sons, Albury. SYDNEY GOODS— gjy GELLING'5 TRUCKS. SYDNKY AGENT :— -Ev. CEIBLAHB, 17 HAMILTON-STREET. TELEPHONE 2713. Ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooO "Ike Book of the Age,° OooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO ANY persons who. take a delight in read ing good Literature, have now got just llio very thinjr at their own door. Call at t lio ADVOCATE OFFICE and...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
BRIEF ITEMS. Dry weather. The rainfall for the month of Octo bor was 85 per cent beiow the usual average. It is stated that a starL- will soon bo made to water the main street at West Wyiilong. A good idea, very much needed.' There should be plenty of water available from the mines. Lord Salisbury is resigning his port folio as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, but retains the Premiership. The Ministerial majority in the British Parliament is set down at 134. Mr Reid, M.P., says that Sir W. Lyne should ba the ■ first Federal Premier. Surely G. H. ft. does not mean all he says. A'l male Boers over 14 years of age residing in the vicinity of Bloemfon tein have been brought into town in order to prevent them rejoining tho commandoes. The Boers report that General Sir Redvers Buller and 7000 men surren dered and were released on parole, ou condition that they quitted South Africa. The Boers are a humorous lot, but the above is one of their best jokes. Sir Alfred Milner has request...
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7,1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
TIIID WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1900. Notwithstanding the fact that a deal of rivalry exists between West ;>n'I Eiisfe Yr7,yalong, there is evidently a growing feeling wif'; fche big maj.7:''rx -5 British communities the pniijority should rule—that joint notion (should be taken by the-people of both' ends and the centre to piush Wy along ahead. Now, in order to uphold otir nam'e, we must urge this matteK'nn "Without the slightest doubt the people of 'the West end must coriie under municipal rule sooner or later, and the sooner the better for every individual From conversations with the lending : people at Wy,-dong it would appear and why should it, be doubted—that the West End would be heartily wel comed into thi municipal area—us welcome as the Prodigal son. The • Kiiat End lias a fair proportion of Government-buildings. If the Wesj; End were to make immediate 'applica tion; to be included within the munici palifcy, would it not be reasonable for the municipal headquarters to be establ...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
Town Talk. While looking around the streets at Wyalong ttio other night we noticed the top-enders had a decent little School of Arts—rind, it was wo 1 patronised, tust! looks healthy. Moro-power to the organisers. Wo were also informed that a goodly sum of money was col lected for tliis object attho West End, Good again. Now the question arises, Wluvt has bccome of the-West End School w Ai'tsi .We und&lt;irst>illd such a body clues .exist, but owing to the building -used being subject to flood water a- stay in the proceedings took place a couple of months back. It .seems very strange that the Eit,t eud ers could 2ome down here and collect a handsome sum for (heir School of Arts, while our own is held i.i abey ance. We understand that the local body ia not actually short of funds/ but there appears to bo want of energy somewhere. Now we think it. would be very easy to raise money to Uuild' ft room of our own, and if the idea were properly taken up it could be readily carri...
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
LOCAL INFORMATION. Maoi«tratkr-G. Stevenson, P.M. ; F. W. lteav, H. J. "Woods, IT. Gardner, A. ». Smith, R-. A. Collie, W. II. Clements, 1\ K. Welbv DjsTKICT COKOXKU—R. A. Collie, j.P. Siikuu'f's 0iji''K'KR—IX. Gardner, J.P. ^ Tin: Court sits daily for Police Court cases. . Summons .'ml Small Debts Courts every Tuesday. Quarter Sessions hold four times a year—Ilis Honor Judge Ro^erjJ, Q.C. "W.uu>t:x—(t. Stevenson, P.M., who also visits Bimuedmau, YaltfOffiin and Maisdcu. O.P.S., &c.—S. E. Beaver. Mkd:cal—Dra. "Willis, Casperson, M. Perry, and Keiilly. * Pourrc—Srrgfc. Poterswnld, Licensing Inspector; J. Quail, Senior-Constable; and 5 Constables. "W^UOKX'tJ ClEKK AS.J MiXIXii PvJ'.OIHTHAa—S. G. ItfflflC?. Po-r ■& Tkmothawi Master—"West "Wyalong, i C. P.,Sadler; Wynloujr, C. M, Blaek. Hospital—President, IP. Neeld, sour.; Hon. S&lt;jc., A. 32mmett; Medical Olllccr, i r. "Willis ; Matron, Miss Frost. Batticrhs—NNicholas and Reymond. 22 stam pers; Chanuon's Cr...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
DEPARTURES. For Barmedman, Temora, Cootamundra, and 6y&lt;l uev, daily, (Sundays excepted) at 7 a.m. For lindane, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. For Marsdon and Forbes, oil "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yulgogrin, on Tuesdays, Thursdays nud Sat> days at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Saturdays at G a.m. For Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. Tim mailn arc delivered at the post office up to 8 p.m. each day. Kails are ready for delivery about liali-an-houv after the arrival of coach. Letter box clearad t'or despatch at G a.m each day. Pillar box at Central "Wyalong cleared daily at 7.JX> p.m. Money Order and Government Saving Bank. Hours—Week days—10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, C'ootammidra, Tcmora, Barmed man, anil Wyalong, daily, (.Sundays excepted) at 5..r>0 p.m., arrives at \Ve.st> NVyalonj* at G.."() p.m. From Ung.'iric, Condoboliu, cto., Tuesday* and Fridays at -1 u.m From Itlnredcn and Forbes, Sundays and Thursdays at G p.m. From Ynlgogrin, Mondays, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From O.roon, ou Sundays at G p.m. From Iuldavy, oil "Wednesdays and Saturdays at G p.m.
Regulating Mining Hours. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
Regulating Mining Hours. The second reading of the Mines Engineers Regulation Bill was moved in the Council. Mr. Watson, who explained that tile measure was designed to limit the houis of hoisting engineers 10 eight hours' said theie was a clause to pn vent an engineer from leaving his engine during the eight hours he was euiplosed. Considering the vei-\ responsible position occupied bv hoiking engineers ' and the strain involved in tneir work, he tlionght it was fair and reasonable tiling to recognise eiglit hours as a sufficent time for them to work. The second reading was agreed to. Mr. Want moved that clause 2, providing that the eight - hours' enij. lo\ meni should commence from the time the engim er took charge of his engine should be negatived. Mr. Wilson intimated that, with a view to preparing an amendment of the clause which might be moie acceptable,-ho would move that proge?s be reported Mr. Want explained that his objection"'was to the. whole principle of the bill, and t...
V.R.C. Spring Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900
V.R.Q. Spring Meeting The crowd at Fsemington on Satur day was big, wed dressed and prosper ous,- judged by the constant stream to and from the paddock. G ori us Wfiithur, bright Imt coo], lent and added pie sure to the leathering, and it tipiiied the success wiiiidi at'ended fclie whole week's racing. Handsomely gowned wcrnren tlirong«d the stands; and the lawn with its lj.-au it'ul flowers bathed in 'moduletiid" sunshine, never looked' rciui'e striking. " The following is the bare result of ' Use rates :— Maiden Plat*, £200—-1 Mile'.-' S. G. Cook's TUe Union Jack 1 . J. Wilson's Fairylinht, 7.9 ... 2. J. Wilson's Merryuian, 7.9 ... 3 Won bv.a length. MariOyrnotig P ate—5 furlongs. Mute's Ibex, 8.10 '7 ... 1 ICidnmn's iNlaulock, S.5 ... 2 Whitley's Haymaker, 8.10 .. 3 Time—lmin 3sec. ; Horthum Hunpicnp—1J miles. Foriester's War-G>dj Sst ... 1 , liodge Bios'. Alix,i7.11 ... 2 Alien's Dirk H ithuierliund 8.8 3 Viotori i Derby—11 miles. Pv. On's M ils!er, 8,10 ... 1 MeX> in dd's...