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FUELLESS MOTOR Revolutionary Find Lindbergh's Test [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
FUELLESS MOTOR ! Revolutionary Find Lindbergh's Test Detroit.—-The "Detroit Freo Press"! says that Colonel Lindbergh and Ma-; jor Lanphier tested,at Selfridge Field a new typo of motor powered by elec tric magnetism of gasoline. Some authorities predict that it will revolutionise power for aeroplanes and possibly automobiles. The motor uses'no fuel, but is based upon the principle of electro magnet ism as applied to the rotary motion' of the earth. It is claimed that the try-out exccetfed-all'liopoB. ..(&j: ■ i£j.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
>MK -. .:'&=s|§if ?M-*m -r^v. ^-»-«gBJ»6®9nKS!®=' l.1:j -■— BEAN TRUCKS 25-30 !Cwt. Ml British Befin Trucks will out-work and outcast all other trucks in their class. Try/them. ,, •CHASSIS £397/10/" I ■PLATFORM ^ TIFlPER. w, £437/10/- '£477/10/ SVD.MEV ^Gienmne .@^01 - "Champion". Heavy Duty XJnbreak i ; . • „able • Stool Beam Flows, in Models - Nos. G3,. 04, 65, GO,, 07" and 09, weights from 90 to",315 Iba. For Tank" Sinlcing and 'Road Male ing "Champion" .Rabbit Plows, spe caiily made fo ploughing -out rab&lt;bit>. burrows. H. SOUDEN, ■sinking Plant. "Champion Drag Scoop, .^fitted vwltli renewable Steel fllunners; made "iu 'sizes— 1 • « i No. -3—Capacty 3 Cubic Feet: No. 2—Capacity 3 Cubic Eeet "•No: ">1—Capacity 7' Cubic Feet* No. 0—Capacity 10 Cubic Feet ■ is'Will rOutlast 2-3: of 'anyj other Make. WYALONG % •* Ot£32 >mrort Homesteads Electric Light and. Wireless jWe supply and can demonstrate to suit every purchaser. Our Radio Sets are guaranteed. Al...
A KNOTTY PROBLEM Are Sheep Lice a Disease? [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
A KNOTTY PROBLEM Are Sheep Lice a ) 'Disease? ' Are ■ lice-infested'BlieeiJ 'suCfering' from: disease under 'the. terms; oMhe. Stock Disease--Act?. : . ,The: question was'.ai'gued-before-Mr. Justice Cain*bell in Chambers, Sydney) It-arose in special cases stated by Mr. C. A.. Arnold, .P.M.,: of -Forbes, in connection with preceedings against J. J. Newell;: pastoralist, -'of t FofbGu;i and! James 'Frederick ^Male, o£ the' Orange district, who were charged by Stock Inspector Goodsir with driving infested sheep along- a- public^ road. A point was taken by counsel for Neweiriand'Male that'-an infeetion'l6l lice1 wasi'not capable of!being defined as a: disease,''Within' the -meaningi:6t the (word -as • contained f in • Uie'Act^of! 1923. ; " "t The magistrate dismissed the infor mations; and the- Crown -appealed," villi the > result that the matter has been referred ' by; his Honor to tlie Ttilf Court. (
23rd FEBRUARY, 1928. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
23rd FEBRUARY, 1928. Frank Thompson. Addition to A.C.P. 15/11.—Withdrawal recommended. Two conflicting applications for S.H. Area 1560, parish Mugga, 28/8&- A ballot was directed which resulted as follows: No. 1, W. Campbell, No. 2, C. Ferguson. The successful application is con firmed under separate decision and the remaining application was disallowed, the deposit lodged to be refunded. W. Campbell, S.H. Area 1560.—Con firmed for portion 216 of 17 acres and 20 perches parish Mugga, county Bland. Crown improvements apprais ed at £9 6s 3d by agreement. Conflicting special lease applications 27/27, by W. II. Fealy and 27/30 by E.»J. Cafe, Sp.Ls. application 27/27 by W. H. Fealy was recommended to the area of 320 acres shown on dia gram "E" term -10 years .purpose graz ing arid agriculture, subject to condi tions on schedule G. Annual rent ap praised at 3/2 pe racre plus five per cent of Crown improvements valued at £265 15s. Special lease application 27/30 was recommended for...
22nd FEBRUARY, 1928. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
22nd FEBRUARY, 1928. Joseph Powell, W.It. 741 ((lam Hum bug Creek)—Recommended for five years. T. M. Jeffrey, H.F. 27/16.—Disallow ed as land applied for Is not available. Deposit to bo refunded. ' T. P. B. Gelling, S.H. 27/6.—Confirm ed for portion 140 of 5 acres 2 roods 2 perches, parish Willandra, county Bourke. Bland Shire Council, Sp.L. 27/8.—Re commended for about 55 acres, pur chase saleyards ,term 11 years. Annual rent at £15. Mr. Gagle for the Shire Council. M. McCormlck, Sp.L. 12/21.—Recom mended that term bo extended for 7 years. Annual rent appraised at £2 13s 4d. W. R. Louglieed. A.H.F. 2G/I2.— Crown improvements appraised at £15 12s by agreement. Jamos Paton, H.F. 27/4.—Confirm ed for portion 30 of 759 acres parish Clear Ridge, county Gipps. Appraise ment of Crown improvements post poned. H. M. Robberds, H.F. 27/5.—Confirm ed for portion 42 of 839 acres parish Blow Clear, county Gipps. Appraise ment Crown improvements postponed. W. A. Tait, A.H.F. 27/7.—Crown im provem...
LOCAL LAND BOARD Sittings at Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
LOCAL LAND BOARD Sittings at Wyalong —- i . . The Local Land Bo;u\l, consisting of Mr. F. P. Brown (Chairman), T. P. Smith and D, A. Gagio (MO'iibcrs) sat at the Court House, Wyalong, on 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 29tii Febru ary, when the following eases wcro dealt with:— Frank Baker, W.R. 719 (dnm on Sack Creek.—Recommended for fivo ypiirs. fWilliam Harold Matthews, S.H. 27/3, ^Confirmed for portion 1-13 of 5 acres, P^j'ish Willandra, county Bourke. . • fcf. G. Miller, S.H. 27/4.—Confirmed for portion 1-1-1 of 5 acres, parish Wii ldtfdra, county Bourke. Ii. W. Hitchens, S.H. 27/5.—Confirm ed for portion 139 of 5 acres 2 roods 2 perches, parish Williandra, county of Bourke. W. G. Leburn, S.H. 27/7.—Confirmed for portion 141 of 5 acres, parish Wil landra, county Bourlce. J. O. Pilon, S.H. 27/S.—Confirmed for portion 142 of 5 acres pariah Wil landra county Bourlce. John Cooke, S.H. 27/9.—Confirmed for portion 145 of 5 acres, parish Wil landra, county Bourke. J. E. Leadbitter, ...
CANTERBURY RACES "Advocate" Selections (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday. JUMPERS FLAT RACE, 1 Mile 3 Fur. (12.45) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
CANTERBURY RACES "Advocate" Selections (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday. JUMPERS FLAT RACE, 1 Mile 3 Fur. (12.45) FARMER .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 Burrafo'rm .. .. ....;. 2 \ Higli Plumo" .. .. .. ..• .. 3 FLYING HANDICAP, 6 Fur. (1.15) LESS NOISE 1 Kaimya 2 Hazel Boy 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP, 6 Fur. (First Division 1.45) • I RING'S ARMS 1 .. Timara .. .. .. .. : 2: .. Glasgow .. .. .. 3 THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 6 Fur (First Division &15) •, GREEN .1 Mohopole.. ..... . i .. .-. 2 \ Sir Allen .. 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP, 6.Fur. Second Division 2.45) i SIR CYLXjENE 1 Crowfoot... ...... ... .'2 Humdira 3 FLYING HANDICAP, 6 Furr (Second .Division 3.-15). PRAIRIE BELLE . \1 Queen Shepherd^.. ... .. .. .2 - Quixotic .. .. .. .. .. ..- 3 | CANTERBURY HANDICAP,- 1 mile 3 Fur. (3.45) HERMEALDO .. .. ..- ..1 Linatic .. .. .. ...... .2 Frances Cyllene .. . .- . 3 THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 6 Fur (Second Division 4.15) SUNNY EMPIRE .. .. .. 1 Spatlum ...... i. .■ i. 2 Maltfem .. . . .. 3. BAN KSTOWN HANDIGAP, 1m....
THE RECENT FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
THE RECENT FLOODS The main street of Ungario, after the recent floods, is in a deplorable condition. The northern half of it pre sents the appearance of big excavation works just commenced, and in one por tion of this section, a channel was cut by the flood waters to a depth of four or five feet and to a similar width. It is a serious proposition for the Bland Shire Council and the Main Roads Board. The latter's Engineer, Mr. Crouch, visited Ungarie yesterday to inspect the damage, and afterwards proceeded to Weethalle. The damago at Caroon. Homestead was not so great as was at first an ticipated. Seven or eight miles of fenc ing was lost. About 500 bags of wheat wore surrounded by the flood waters, and considerably damaged, but the ac tual loss of wheat is about 100 bags. Mr. B. Hume, in the course of a conversation, emphasised the brave and commendable action of Mr. Fred Thompson in making his way, walst hlgli in the flood water, to the Home stead and assisting Mr. Hume to got Mrs...
C. E. Waller & Go's. Sales [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
C. E. Waller & Go's. Sales The morgagee's sale advertised to take place at Court Street,, West Wyalong, has been cancelled. Attention is drawn to the particu lars of the following sales, to be con ducted by C. E. Wellder & Co. and appearing in to-days issue:-. Mirrool market on Monday next. Distraint for rent sale of furnlt urCi etc,, at West Wyalong on Mon day next. Ungarie special horse sale on Tues day next. Sale ac. the bankrupt estate o£ J. W. Sherrot on Thursday next. Morgagee's sale of draught horses on Thursday next. Sale of farming machinery on Thurs day next. Weethalle Market on Friday next. Ungarie Market on Saturday, 10th March. „ i ,TIie West Wyalong Fortnightly Market will be held on Wednesday next, 7th March, when the yarding will include 6,000 extra good sheep 50 fat cattle, 110 store cattle. ' > . (
£500 IN AN HOUR New Diamond Field (BY WIRE). Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
£500 iN AN HOUR I New Diamond Field (BY WIRE), I . . , '■ "' | i Sydney, Friday. A cable from Capetown states tliat the . Minister for Mines, in Parlia ment, stated that new diamond fields had been discovered at Alexander Bay. After a native had scraped the sur face of a small area, the Minister picked up diamonds worth £500, within an hour. The Government has acquired 30,000 acres, and proposed to start a State mine.