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Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 10 November 1900
Monday's Sports. ! The following aro fclia bieyclo haiiiiu'-aps for tlio 12th November :—■ A nil, linl. 2ml. K, Payne, Sydney ... scr scr. scr. T). Harrison, do ... 10 23 35 II. TUv.'in, Ct.Kiuroobio... 10 20 155 J. Walters, Wyalon... 25 15 00 G. IJuvKott, Peak Bill ... 25 45 90 A. .7. KinS, Wyalontf ... - 50 95 G. Byrnes, Tomora ... i);) — 95 O. II. IOiieon, Wyalong ;i5 55 100 W. Parry, W.yaloiifj ... — 80 150 W. Walters. W. Wynlong '10 75 MS F. Lyons. Teiuora, ... — — 150 II. Lynch, Wyalong ... Go 125 210 T. Wyllie, do ... — 125 210 C. Byrnes, Tomora ... — 125 210 R. Naylor, Wost Wyalong 7o 135 270 II. Emery, do ... 75 145 2S0 A. Suator, do ... 75 145 270 0. Brown, do ... So — 300
Temora to Wyalong Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 10 November 1900
Temora to Wyalong Railway. In the Assembly last week Mr O'Sullivan. (Queenboyan), Secretin'} for Public Works, rose to more: " That it is expedient that the con struction of a Hue of railway £i-o.i. Teniora to Wyalong, as recommended by the Parliamentary Standing Com mittee on Public Works, be earned out" . , He said : I shall reserve my speech in full for a later stage of the proposal, and I should like to remind lion, gen tlemen that we have still three other stages to go through, find there will bo - ample opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of the question. Wyalong has been for many years a thriving tninin°f centre with a> population, X be lieve of over 5,000, and its progress is retarded by the fact of its having no railway communication with the mam trunk line. There is splendid agi icul turai country around Wyalong, and for many miles beyond it, and it would form a good point of departure for the district of Hills ton, where there is also good agricultural soil, as we...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 10 November 1900
BRIEF ITEMS. Two men named Watson and Heard were sentenced at Narandera Sessions to two and three years hard labor in Goulburn Gaol on a charge of garrot- ting at Tocumwal. &nbsp; There was to have been a railway &nbsp; meeting at Wyalong on Tuesday night last, but it fell through. Mr. J. H. Fraser, of West Wyalong. has a splendid display of Boer war pictures. He is also a good man to deal with for a bike at any price. A little boy, aged 5 years,wandered away from home at Cookamidgera, 12 miles from Parkes, into the bush on &nbsp; &nbsp; Thursday evening last week, and was &nbsp; not found until Sunday. He ap- &nbsp; peared none the worse for his outing. The most unenviable man above surface on this globe is the newspaper editor. If the worms give him as bad a time when he gets below surface", it would be of no use his friends saying " peace to his ashes." The local band is getting into good trim for the procession and sports to be hel...
Milling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 10 November 1900
Mining Notes. The Young Australian mine has small &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; parcel of four tons odd, being treated at Duncan, Noyes and Co's Cyanide works. The stone is estimated to yield about 8 oz. The Great Britain is still plugging away in good style. Mr A. Duncan has at grass about three tons of 12 oz stone from the shaft at 410ft. and one ton of 10 oz stone from the 180ft level. The new machinery is working splendidly. Altogether there are now 25 men employed at the Great Britain. Turland's battery is still engaged on the Junction crushing, and expect to finish next week. Last week a nice little parcel of 20 tons from the Currajong mine was treated at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Turland's battery for a return of 24 oz. &nbsp; Another little lot of 1? tons from Wye and &nbsp; party turned the scale at 10 oz per ton. Yon will find Souden's, West Wyalong the most Replete and Cheapest Establish- &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
The Moree Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 10 November 1900
The Moree Tragedy. Consequent on the verdict of the coroner's jury against Edward Mont- gomery Jones, of the wilful murder of Thomas Alfred Pitman, at Willamill, Jones was committed to take his trial on a capital charge at the next Tam- worth Assizes. Prisoner was brought by coach from Garah to Moree and forwarded to Tamworth on Monday evening in charge of the constables. He is 32 years and has a quiet manner. He expresses no great interest in his position. Last August prisoner told Mr. Layton, an hotel-keeper at Do- gelly, that he had had a row with Pitman, and that the latter flogged him. He exhibited marks on his shoulder. Speaking to constable M'Donald after his arrest accused said "Pitman is dead. If he had believed what I told him it would have saved all this trouble," Afterwards he told Constable Maran, "I met Pitman. He cantered up the road to me, and hit me with the whip. He hit me several times, and I shot him with a revolver. I had the revolver in my pocket rolled up in t...
Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Farmers' and Settlers'' Association. In response to advertisement, about 40 gentlemen assembled at the Odd fellows Hull, West Wyalong, oil Fri day ^ afternoon last, to take into consideration (he advisability of form ing a branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales in Wyalong. - Mr. J. Meagher was voted to the chaiv, and explained the objects of tbe meeting. " ' Mr. J. J. Miller, Secretary of the Association, delivered an interesting address on the benefits of the AssocifT tion and Co-operation. In the course of his remarks he said he fully under stood the many difficulties that the farmers had to contend with to be present at the meeting that day—and he. felt greatly indebted to those who did _ turn up. The Wyalong district is an important one in the agricultural and pastoral interests as well as in its mining resources.. The Farmers and Settlers' Association was e:t blished at Wagga in 1892, and since that time it has made every cfl'ort to spread the gospe...
Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
"Wheat Market. H. R. Carter and Co., Wheat Brok ers, Sydney, report as under :— . Wheat: The market is dithely un changed locallj', and 2s 7d is the ut most that e-in be got for first-class quality and all prices down to 2s 3d according to condition. There is still a moderate demand for intercolonial purposes, but that is necessarily limited. A fair amount of shipment to Europe has taken place under con ditions that promise a loss to the ship pers. European markets have fallen about 6d per quarter during the wec.k, making the position .still worse, as no concession can be;got in freight. Ship owners have the position in their hands, and will not close under 37s 3d for cargoes and 35s for parcels, at which occasional husincss is done. South Australia continues very q^iot at about 2s 7 Jd and Victoria at the same price, with very little disposition to operate ou the part of the shippers and millers. Great dissatisfaction is expressed at Narrabri in regard to tlie new Land Board proced...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
MKDIOAL.. DR. CA8PERS0NN, - M-D., D.D.S., (RKOISTEBtD EY TUB NEW SOUTH WALES MEDICAL BOARD). MA-Y bp Consulted nt ALL HOURS at the 'Wyalpng1''Bispcrti^k'rj and Phar macy, Main-street, West Wyalorig. ILegnl &r®4ioew MR. G. P. EVANS, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR. (Next Mining Registrar's Office), WEST WY ALONG. tgjg- Cotnmiafiiiincr for AffilaviW'for New South Wales,-Victoria, South Atutrulla and Tauinauiu. mofice. Mr. C. H. Roberts, BOOKSELLER, WYaLONG, has b 'L'ii appointed'S'jle Agent for tne WYALONG ADVOCATE. Kindly Forward all my Goods through GELLING AND SOFS. Addrss Victorian Goods, C/o Gelling and S'in«, Albury. SYDNEY GOODS— i83* gelling'3 trucks. SYU>-RY ACJENT ;—r P. CRIDLAN®," 17. HAMILTON-STREET. TEJjEPIIONK 2713. Qoooooouoourjooooooo ooonooooooooouooooooQ "The Book of the Age." QooooooooouooooooooouoouoooooooooooooooQ ANY persons who take a delight in read ing goud Literature, liayo now got juat the very thin* at their own dour. Cull at tlie ADVOCATK OFKIO...
BRIEF 1TEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
BRIEF 1TE1VIS. jMv. See's amendment in the Muni cipalities' Hill was carried i" the A.ssemblv Iast. 'iVrdiicsduy. n The skinners are taking gr.. at in terest in the co-operative movement initiated at West Wy al on g,. 1; #s t> vwi:.ck. Att-hoiigh Mr. Muagheri is a g-ood cliiiirnip.n, that honor should un doubtedly ii&vo been conferred upon the Chairman of the Progress Com mittee, The brunt of the work of.o^ganis ing that fanners' meeting fell .upon the Chairman of the .'Progress Com mittee, .and therefore lie should have taken the,chair. There is, no doubt, that an oversight occurred. In the Assembly the .other night, Mr Norton .wished to know if soma persons would be released from gaol in connect ion with the' Federal in auguration Die Premier.* That ivould be a very serious thing to do ! Air. Norton: We are nil at huge ourselves, you know., Mr. Moore: Yes. But a Jot more should be shut u^i. Many persons have already decided to take a trip to the metropolis on "Federatio...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Divine Services. Ohurcli of England. All Snints', Wynlong. November 18tb, 7 HQ p.m.. Rev. G. W. Riitten. JJovcinbor 2511), 11 a.m., Iiov. G. \V lintten ; p.m. illv. Hnnnister. St. Barnabas', West Wyaloner, November 18tb, 11 a.m., Holy Com munion, Kev. G. \V. Katlen ; 7.30 p.m., Mr. Bannister. November 25th, 7.30 p.m., Rev. G. W. 1'ntton. November 2 Hh, Hiawatha, 3 p.m., Rev. G. W. Ratten. G:-W.-Ratten, Incumbent.
THE Wyalong Advocate WEDNESDAY, NQV 14, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
THE i Advocate "WEDNESDAY;-NQVv 14; 1900. The outlook for pastoralists and farmers in the 'centas.1 portion of the ctflony is not'too encouraging at the present" tide'. Hope, that bright spUrk'of lull nan nature, was raised a &w months back, but from accounts received from people residing on that vast urea extending from Wyalong light down to Hilston, Condobolin, and as far as Cobar and Bourke, the hope of n change for the better is being rapidly dashed aside. As far as* Wyalong is concerned the great mining 'industry stands to the people to'a certain extent, but in other places •where the sole resources are derived from the land, the outlook appeats gloomy indeed. As far as the resi dents on the Lachlan are concerned, their chances would bo much improved if the Government could be forced to enter upon a scheme of systematic •water conservation and maintain a continued stretch of water nil along ilife river, and'" in5 places where no rivers exist, to impound flood waters in ...
R C. Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
B C. Bazaar The Roman Catholic Bazaar, which ■was opened in the Excolsior Hall, Wyalong, on the 9th i-usfc, is being fuirly well attended each night. The stalls, of which there are seven, are at tractively decorated and ths artic ea displayed are of a good and useful class Which is somewhat dido rent to most bazrifyrS. There lire C fancy good stalls and one refreshment stall. The fuijcy stalls are in charge of Mesduines Moriarty (Mayoress) Cusack, King, Kelly,' Smith and Mis3 McNeelny. Refreshment si-all, Mrs Grace. At tiVche'd'foeac'lV of theso stalls is a large staff of erieiJg«f.i&lt;] assistants, each try ing to out do the other. A charge of Is admission is made at the door, for which a ticlset ' is given, and this entitles the holder toachftn'co in, two valuable prizes, viz., 1900 Mjodel Hod Bird Special Bicycle, value £28 10s, or £25 in cash (lady's or lint's machine); and a sulky and harness, or £15 in cash. The drawing for these will take place on tlio 19th November....