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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XXI. TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

<9 BY JOHN L. CARTER. Author of " Peggy ihe Aeronaut," " The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. (Published by Spccial Arrangemont with \ the Proprietors of tho Copyright. 9 , CHAPTER XXL TRAPPED. Ilad Rosalio waited at tho flat for llvo minutes inoro all would havo boon Well. Stophon" had Tocoivcd horlottor too liito to keep tlio appointment, but ho hud mado at top speodfor the flat im mediately hu had read tho letter. Ho found tho flat .ominously quiet. Ho went to Kosalio's boudoir, hoping to find her, but all. ho saw was a i blackening firo. Rosalio was out. No i doubt sho had gouo to Tho Larches. What nn agony of susponso sho must have-sulTored while wuitingi ' And so lie hurried, down and into tliowaiting taxi, and told -tho mail to drivo like mad. ' • Arrived at The Lurches, ho' was passing through' the gates, whoii" ho. was startled by. a sound coming > from tho bushes." Ho paused for a second, and then as ho began to go on again ho hoard a stningely^familar voi...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SOME GOOD AFTER ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

SOME GOOD AFTER ALL. Mr. Grumpps: "I'd just like to know what good all these • cooklng sohool lessons are doing our daugh ter." ■ Mrs. G.: "Everything she cooks Blie brings home." "Yes; and none of the family will touch 'em, and the tilings are just thrown away." "No, they aro not. She gives them to tramps." "Ugh! What good does that do?" "We are getting rid of the tramps."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHAPTER XXIII. STEPHEN'S VIGIL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

C1IAPTEH XXIII STEPHEN'S VIGIL. As Stephen hurried along , towards tho Hat ho would not piirinit himself to doubt that Rosalie would, bo tliero to meet him. Tliero wus 'iiijvylioro else for her to go. She must'lifiyo known that the reason..ho had not kopt the appointment wis thiit ho had not got her iletler' in-.tiiiio. ' ... . v , :\Vhen; within a fow yards'of the flat Hubert ;Cahio! out;from tho:shadow of a: doorway, and Stephen made him put on his greatcoat to cover-hW ra'ga, ana then-they weut to the.flat. Stephen could hardly bring himself to turn tlio key," he was so anxious. When lie did so, lie found that all was dark. Rosalie had not returned yetl AVhero could Bho be? She must return Boon—she must 1 ' lie hud Hubert to think of, and to gether they discussed Rosalie's; ab sence,Hubert agreeing with Stephen . that she would be cortaiu to Toturn. ■ •Then tlio. question; of a .fresh; dis guiso for; Hubert came up for . discus sion, and the ch an go of topic was wel come to them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

Miff!» 1ADDLER AND BOOT repairer MalCland Street (near Fire Station)'., WEST WYALONQ- ' ^ NEW BAKERYv • At . .Sziis I WISH to notify Jmba and district "tliat i l NEW AN DUP-T6-DATe"i3A^1?Rv" it rallimba as from Ducoiubar 3, ^ ■■ ~ . rrr.. fly ft.&tto: Cleanliness and Civility,; Ultaii -Mis a f E. ' J. -BICKfli? •** .WHEAT GEADIfte Justness as Usual Reducieif"Price's.1"' Workmanship Guaranteed S. McINTYRE TALL1ME1A ' WEST END. BAKERY west-'V/YALONG j Country Orders; a^re Strictly ;Att£ftd&l , > 140 •" -/'-''i' -i $w.' Deliver Brea'tl- ln-.both towns,aiiS/Bdk. liver to all Mas and all White Brea^Jrown EJreadpSinair Goods, Weeding Cajccs, Birtj*tfay ■'■'.Cakes J Civility and Good Service* fraser (■ (E. D. & c .E. A.pr'. ... • . te pafsefi Ells fiat will resoysitif f^: Ts^a^ngrar^' "OVO" STANDS ALO;-IB. twy Siord-: Isirper in !ho c,.n o' tnin supplies lor you thioi,:;h My VV.h.-.lc:-.ab-~-G«iccf*,-. l.o'.ific in bydnoy ar.Ntmzf.h:.- Ei;« piii j away in ' OVO" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

For All Classes of Job Printing try Tfie "Advocate" lest Wyalong. • * .... . . . ! " Jsti-. ENSURE SATISFACTION . BY 00N8IGNING TO:— The Comnwealtb Wool and Produce Co., Ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Pin* Calves, ^klns, Hide*; r'r • Consignments rei-alve personal miporvw/on and aro omy nnnaiod by j exports. Same attention given to small consignments as well bb large ones.*. Prompt attention Liberal advances If required Help the Company to extend Its past policy of ' vigorous, pro gressive development along sound lines, maintaining its present prinoiple of refunding part com missions based on profits for any given year. OVER £34,500 retnrneCt to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during the past four years J Wool Department under direct personal supervision of the Qeneral c Manager Stock Department, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden. Address:. 3 Bent Street. Sidney. I' MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER if JO., LOCAL ..tr-ftESENTATlVES I OLD TYRES NEW AGAIN! WHEN the trea...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

* * * Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mur : willumbah, announce that they have pur ; chased the Musical Instrument Business of : MESSRS F. E. STARR & CO. • of West Wyalong, Temora and Forbes j McFARLAND'S are handling the same high ■f m I grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: The Public are invited to nispect the Largest | Stock of Player Rolls,, Grarnaphone Rcords, I ♦ Mandoline, Banjos, Accordeons, etc., etc., t outside the cities. . i CASH OR EASY TERMS | MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG * * Also at Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Cor $••• - _ $ owa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and t « z <• | Murwillumbah t The Leading Musical Instrument House •i* F. Crago & Sons, Ltd MILLERS, WEST WYALONG , We are Buyers of Wheat in any Quantity r CALL' OR WRITE FOR QUOTH.:- WIIKAT STORED. ' AfSKNClBlS AT AIX, STATIONS. P HONES '97 AND 106. ' •> J ...j- - r M ; • ' :£ 1 1 -.Ilia f :, : '■ v -- ^ Wonderful Hawk-Eye 1 ""...

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WHIPPET SMASHES WORLD'S NON-STOP RECORD Continuous Engine Run 1005 Hours—42 Days [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

'WHIPPET SMASHES WORLD'S NON-STOP RECORD Continuous Engine Run t 1005 Hours—42 Days ^ After nrtining, for 1005 liours con tinuously from. aJnuary 30, and cover ins sm :'ther/ ^period 10,030 ' miles,-as; shown' by life/speedometer,:-the. Whip pet oaivwhich has achieved the worlds record endurance test, was officiallyy switched'off on'March 12, at 12.30 p.hi •in-King SLreet,'De.vonport, in front of the premises -off-the agents, Messrs; Johnstone and Wllniot Pty. Lad. '' i There was' quite an assemblage ' be fore the preirXses ol' the firm for tho occasion. Previously siren horns "were resounding all over tlio town, and at, noon tl'io Whippet arrived from Pen guin heading a procossion of nearly ascoro of motor-vehicles. Tne mam streets of the town were travorspd. and "finally- a stop was made m King. Street1. The Warden (Gr. A. W. Mar shall) waa present awaiting the signal from Melbourne to break the seal I'-'wiiich he had affixed <11 days previous 'ly- 1 s i . 'On January 3...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

(REG. A.J.C. (AFFLD. S.D.R.A.) ' ^ Uii W-iiiiW ENTR1ES CLOSE MONDAY, 26th MARCH, AT 9 P.M. ; - FIRST DAY To Start at 1.4b •£ FIRST MAIDEN HANDICAP, £0. Second horse to ro ceive SI from stake. For horses that have never woe an advertised race on flat at time of starting. Mini . mum handicap weight 7st 71b?. Distancu 4 furlougs. Nomination 6/ To Start at '2.20 p.m. • : : : <2 PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, of £1-1. Second horse-to ro ceive £2 from stake.' Distance" 6' furlongs. Nomination 5/-. Acceptance 5/-. To Start at 2.55 p.m. g CORINTHIAN HANDICAP.: £10.- Second horse to receive £1 from stake. For "all horses that have" never -won-or r . .41.-' ■ ■ ■ ' ceived a cash prise (1st, 2nd, or -3rd) of more thas £10 at time of starting. Minimum handicap weight 3su. All hor&es to be rlddeu by amateur, i-idera. Distance 6 furlongs. Nora. G/. . I,, To Start at 3.30 p.m. £ AUTUMN HANDICAP, of £20. Second horse .to receive £2 from stake. Distance 7 furloags. Nom. 8/. Acc. 7/:" To St...

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OBITUARY Mr. PAUL FRANKE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

OBITUARY       Mr. PAUL FRANKE We regret to record the compara- lively sudden death of Mr. Paul Franke, of Clear Ridge, the sad event occurring in Sydney on Friday last. Some days ago Mr. Franke crushed his thumb by accidently hitting it with a hammer. Slight tetanus set in, and Mr. Franke came to town for medical treatment and attention.   He was ordered to Sydney for special- ist treatment and left for the city early last week, accomanied by his wife but died on Friday as stated above. The late Mr. Franke was about 45 years of age. He won one of the Clear Ridge blocks when the Lake Cowal Leases were thrown open in April, 1913, and has successfully carried on farming and grazing pursuits there up to time of his recent illness. He was of a quiet unassuming nature, very industrious, and won the high esteem and respect of all whom he came in contact. He is survived by a widow and family of seven girls, for whom widespread sympathy is...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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DOROTHY SIMMONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

DOROTHY SIMMONS The death occurred in the Wyalong District Hospital on 30th ultimo of Dorothy Josephine Simmons, aged 13½ months, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Simmons, of Wyalong. The re- mains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the cemetery, Wyalong, on the following day, Rev. H. T. Genge officiating. Mr. A. Cald- well had charge of the funeral ar-   rangements.    

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

IN MEMORIAM PUNTON.—In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father,   who departed this life at Bendigo on 4th April, 1922.   —Inserted by his sorrowing wife and children.           IN MEMORIAM     ROLLASON.—In loving memory of our dear sister, Ethel Clara, who passed away on 3rd April, 1927. Just a memory fond and true, To show dear sister we think of you. —Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Alice and Frank Nor- ris.  

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

PERSONAL Forbes* new i Stock- Inspector is. Mr Mi T. .Little, who has acted in a sim iliar capacity^ at Hay for-a> consider able-time. Mr. Little will probably, commence • duties this week. * . *; ■. Mr. V. P. 'Dwyer, solicitor, lias pur chased t.h(S pracftice . ofi.Mr K. J. McLeod at Barmedman., Mr. Dwyer comes from Sydney, where liis father and brother are in the same profes-. sion.                 * * *                 At the Church of England, Lake Cargelligo, on the 21st ultimo, the Rev. Kay officiated at the wedding of Miss Kathleen Saville, 'The Wilgas,' Lake Gargelligo, and Mr. Thomas McInnes, Booorithumble Station Eu- abalong. ' ' * * * ;'• . ■ Mr. K. G. Anthoness won two tro phies with his.horse, Pen Boy, at'the. Yass Picnic Races on: Thursday. and Friday; last, Aft...

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CRICKET Interesting Match at Blow Ciear [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

CRICKET Interesting Match at Blow Ciear One of the most interesting games of the season was played at ; Blow Clear on Sunday, Married versus » Single. A big gathering of supporters of both sides watched the match, which resulted in a win for- the-old heads by the narrow margin of 11 ruiis. F. Lauer's bowling and G. O'Donnell's batting proved too; . goot. for the colts, who missed Webster, who is at presenL in Sydney/ted Demp soy,- J. Webb, and *H. - Dawson : are all new players in Blow Clear,,, who will be a big help to" cricket sin -that district next season.- Scores:— SINGLE W. Murphy c Sullivan b: Lauer .. 1 1-r. Dawson run out .. .. <■■■.. • 36 I-I. Norris b. Lauer .. .. ' 0 E; Dempsey b O'Donnell 3 ft. Duegan b Lauer . . . . .. .... 1 V. O'Neill b Lauer .. .. .. .. 0 J. Webb not out .in.: 22 A. Biggs b Meacham 2 P. Gallagher st Montgomery . b - ' Meacham 10 W. ]3eegan; b Lauer ..... .. .. 0 D. Hutchison b Lauer 0 Sundries .. .. ' 17 Total' .. 92' Bowling: O'Donnell, ...

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QUANDIALLA SHOW King Competition [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

QUANDIALLA SHOW King Competition Ruandialla Show Committee held it King Competition and spprts, and ball in'';iid'>of" their"ground' improvement fund. The competition ^ resulted as follows:— Town King (Mr. W. T. Jones) £133. « Country King (Mr.!!',R. Penfold), £113. ' Show King (Mr.: It.. Goonan) £106. • As'the ball takings have to bo add ed ■ to thisa mount, it will tie seen, that nearly £<100 has-been. Taised. The committee decided ; that'r the' judging of the fallow In connection with the crop and fallow competition be deferred until after- Easter, owing to the inclement weather. .

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Vic's. Low Birth Rate [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

Vic's. Low Birth Rate "Victoria has an ■ over decreasing birth rate and last year's was the lowest on record," said Dr. :-W- J Springthorpe ,at the Wesley Church, "anil its infantile mortality is the greatest in the Commonwealth;. "Only three mothers in England die lo nine proportionately in .Victoria."

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TRAMS AND 'BUSES Govt. Scheme for Coordination [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

TRAMS AND 'BUSES Govt. Scheme for Co ordination ■ ' -• The Assistant Treasurer (Mr., Ste vens) said that it was the Govern ment's policy to separate the manage ment of the tramways .from the rail ways, anil to co-ordinate the tram'-and. 'bus services. He has completed his investigations into the matter, but will not make his report available to Cabinet until Mr. Bavin resumes duty.

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EASTER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

EASTER , (By M.F.) My thoughts go back along the ages golden, ■ To" one fine morning in the long ago, When the dew laden grass all glittered golden • ■ . -j In the first Easter'glow.. ' . ■ i Awake!: Oh,' happy world;' the day;. is dawning The Morning Star doth shine, ^ i And joyous birds salute the glorious. morning, ; : ' r. - All bathed: in light divine. And down -the years ; the glad birds still are singing , . Their first sweet April: lay, ^ And over all the world the bells-are ringing— . Rejoice! Tis Easter Day.

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ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

ONE MINUTE READINGS Silence is a great peace maker. * * * Fearless minds climb soonest • unto crowns. • :? If you intend to be liappy; don't he fool nough to wait for a just cause. • ? The secret of success is constancy o£ purpose. * * * A man's own good breeding is the. best security against other people's 111 manners. . * *. . * . Let us be of good cheer, remember ing that the misfortunes < hardest to beat are those which never come. * . * * Help the other fellow. No one is useless in this world- who lightens the burdeirof it to anyone else. * ■■ , tt * :•":■■■ - >■: The men; who succeed best in public life-are those wliol take the risk. of standing by their'own convictions. * * . * H'.-- -: Shun idleness, it is the rust : that* attaches itself.'to. the most brilliant metals. ■ ,■•••••■ •. , . * ' ■ . * - * ■ It is not/doing-the. thing we like to do, but liking the- thing we have to do that makes life blessed. * * * Blessed is. lie-who is a friend,- for he shall cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

A. C. CHANDLER LAND AGENT Formerly ofYVaggahas transferred his practice to ENDEAVOUR HOUSE, (opposite Lands Dept.) SYDNEY All Crown Lands and Closer Settlement matters nnd negotiations with Land* Dept. attended to. Land Boards throughout the Stnte nnd Land nnd Valuation Court attended.

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OTHER/EVENTS, SATURDAY FIRST HURDLE RACE, About 2m. (1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

OTHER/EVENTS, SATURDAY 'HIRST, HURDLE RACE,.'About 2m,, v~" " ' '(1 pmf ~ ~ MAY DAY .... M ' fjcijinnloti! (2 i Rciilly .. 3 " AUTUMN STAKES, 1j. miles (1.55) L1RH3IUCIC ' 1 Wln.ilol , . . . 2 SuojisicIi 3' SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, 7 Fur? (2.30) 1 ELIZABETH'S'MARCH I • lliunuliis k .. 2 - Holllfaon .. .. I! , -ST.'LEGER, 1i MHcs (3/45) TRIVALVK Jouuljn 2 ' HICHWEIGHT HANDICAP, 7 Fur.. 11.25), HKAUXIANIA ' Koyal Tunc .. ■ iCmiinia . BEST BETS Miiy.Dny. Tote:i lilli/.iibot.h's-MftrcU iiiid Iieauhaiil.i

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