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EARLY MATURING GRAIN WHEATS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

EARLY MATURING GRAIN WHEATS Variety in. or- . Yield per Avg. Yield der of merit acre 1927 since 1920 Bus. lbs Bus. lbs Bobin . .. 35 20 , 28 40 Baroota Wonder 33 40 2S 15 Nabawa .. .. .. 32 •30 24 50 Merredin . . .. 52 30: . 25 5 Gluyas Early .. 32 r-y Rajah ......... 30 40 23 50 Waratah .. .. 30 20 ■■■ 24 45 Celipli .. .. .. 30 . — 25 10 Canberra 29 — 25 25 Boonoo .. .. . . 2S 40 22 45 Duri .. .. .. 2S . 26 5 Ghurka .... 27 20 26 5 Gresley .. .... 25 20 21 ■/rr jTlie experiment was sown on the 24th May at the rate o£ 80 lbs. seed and S5 lbs. super per acre. -

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MATURING GRAIN WHEATS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

LATE MATURING QRAIN WHEATS. Variety In or- Yield per, Avg. Yield der of merit acre 1927 since 1926 . Bus. lbs : Bus.' lbs Duchess ; v... 36 20 28 35 Yandilla King .. 35 20 27' 35 Union .. .. 31 — 30 ■; -5 Nizam.: .. ... 32 — Turvey .... 32 — ■' 25 5 Major .. 31 40 25 5 Gallipoli .. 31 . 20 26 20 Onas .. .... 30 40 25 *v'5 Quartz .. .. .. 30 20 21 25 Bena ...... 29 .40 23 55 Itanee .. .... 29 40 25 5 Bredbo ...... 29 30 25 20 Sands .. .. .. 2S — Currawa .. . . . . 27 48 23 4 Federation .. 27 30 V 24. 10 Hard 'Federation 27 23 20 Wandilla .... 26 — 22 25 Rate of super trials are carried out on land fairly typical to the dis trict, to investigate the most econom ical quantity to apply. They were carr ied out on a late 'maturing wheat ("Xandilla King) and an early mat-, urer (Waratah). The Yandilla King was sown on the 22nd Ajjril at the rate of ti'/lbs ot s.ed per acre, and tin Waratah on the 2Kh ciay using S01|j3. of: seed per acre, | . , RATE OF SUPER ON- YANDILLA ' KING S'J ■a -3 3 ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Meeting To-night Memorial Hall [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

CHAMBER OF COM MERCE Meeting To-night Memorial Hall . A very Important' 'meeting,'of - the Chamber will be held in the Memor ial Hall to-night (Friday) and a large attendance is expected in order .that two matters o£ groat importance to this*, town and; district can be dis cussed. Members should canci.'l oth er less pressing engagements in or der that they may have a lliance to express their opinions and give their advice on both of the major:'matters listed for discusion. ' l - WATER STREET For many years much inconven ience lias been caused to vehicular' and pedestrain traffic In time or heavy rain on account of. the flood-, ing of that part of Main Street where Water Street joins. The* latter, Js in deed, well named. Formerly a water reserve, it was reclaimed by the Coun cil, and is now a dedicated street. In time , of flood - it forms the bed of a turbulent stream. At. the last meeting of the Council ' Mr. Wilkenson (Engineer) 'made. a', recommendation to close Water St. for veh...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

WYALONG AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL THE Committee of the above Hos pital would fepl grateful to any person or persons for donations of chick wheat,.{'or any class of fowl feed. Do nations: may be' left at G.- J. Bland's Wyaloug, or J. M. Thomas, West Wya long. E. A. WILDER, 1 ' Secretary. ; FOR SALE QUANTITY' of Second Hand Frames and Sashes, Doors, etc., alsc One Kooin 14Ct x 12ft,'lined complete Apply . INSURANCE HUILDING, Opposite Meagher & Co. PRELIMINARY NOTICE •CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL : READERS are advMd that thi Church of England liall will hefheh I oil June 12. Watch for further wlvte. MURRAY'S QUOBE LIVERY STABLES Rear Exchange Hotel HOUSES & VEHICLES FOIt ,jALE, HIRE, OR EXCHANGE The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd. MR. T. A. SMITH having left tho dastrict, the above agency has been •alien over by A. E. ELPHICK, whose present address is Court 'St., Wea~ Wyalong. Mr. Elphlck will be pleased to meet pany transacts all classes of lusur- tj both ol...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

BEAUTIFUL IINES lWEAII, A BJORUILEI rc. I'.ia BERLEI CORSET, 604:—For.heavy figure with big hips. Orr handsome peach silk broche with elastic sections at waist. Reinforced over abdomen. Fit ted wit hsix suspenders;-Sizes:24-36in. and 37-40in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, ,439.—For med ium figures of average prooprtions. In pink striped rep wit heiastic sections over hips and at waist in 'front.' Light boning imparts gentle control. Four suspenders. Sizes: 25-36ln. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 464.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with elastic sections over, hips and all round top, to ensure per fect freedom. Lightly boned back and front. Fitted with four suspenders. Sizes • 20-30in. • BERLEI WRAP-ON, 581—For heavy figure which desires control of the ab domen. Planned in pink P.ekin stripe, with elastic sections over hips, and underarm at waist. Slightly raised front, well boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36in. BERLEI CORSELETTE, 6046.—Im parts beautiful lines from above bust to bel...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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PILGRIMAGE TO BATTLEFIELDS Reduced Steamer Fares for Australians [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

pilgrimage toe: battlefields''1 ; Reduced Steadier Fares; for Anstraliaa s «.. ■,; I ' ■ ' vy' .:V' ''J Details have boon received from London of the proposed pilf;riniafte ol' Empire war veterans to tho batilefleUUi of France and Belgium in August. . Tlie ■ Returned . Soldiers' League di> sires to hear from : those who wish • to make tlie trip. The Orient and i\ and O. Companies have made concussion:; in return tares.'■ The Orvioto, wlut'.u. leaves Melbourne on .luiie 3(;,.\vi!l-.be the last boat by which Australian pil grims can travel. .

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£17,000 LOAN Forbes Council Considering [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

r ■ ; i ; ' £17,000 LOAN Forbes VCdimcli' Con-sl^ i ering*- • Fovbos Municipal Council .is-sbrioiis |ly -eon.sideriris a • jxrojiosai to. borrow £'17,000.- 1 Should (hoy Jinaily. dp s.o..;il. is -'ttroposod to. sts'J-iKi .V-1.,000 ; on lior'u ing, giiitering,-; i2.l>00 on road construction, £175U- on • to wa ;boauUfjca loin, ami JC1S50. on-the Town ;Hail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

H©TPEI»o PACIFIC MANtYll N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL—FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and ^Gold Water in every± Room Magnificent Ballroom.* Golf Links (Bowling" Green. Tennis. Surf^ Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/- per day. Children ^ Half Rates. j Special ^Tariff for period of one month or longer. . j I Telephone: Manly 829, 830, 831.' C ' £J5fi2HEBjSKZEV you ^Pay 2sess< you $et More" in a CHRYSLER Longer — Roomier — Faster — More Beautiful than Ever The motoring public, quick to appreciate tlie mani fest superiorities in the first Chrysler, immediately initiated a demand for Chrysler appearancc, per . formance, and long life in other price classes. Serving this public demand, there are to»day four • distinct new Chrysler models—ranging' in price all the way from £275 to £1235. Note the ' features of these four new Chrysler models. Comparison with anything the market offers willi convince you that they cannot be dupli cated by other cars, except at greatly inc...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

■WtWOTgBll^WMi Natural Expression II: Will enable YOU to play delightfully any class of music with natural expression and without sign of mechanical effect. It will perfectly satisfactorily withstand your most severe .«ummer temperatures. It's possession will add very greatly to your ordinary' opportunities of home enjoyment and to your social pleasures. Fitted with the usual attachments and the Natural Expression and Transposing devices.; •It can be purchased on very easy terms. We will gladly send you Catalogues and detailed information on re.quest. Will you please investigate?. fl 33s£ George St. <3= 206-210 PifctSfe. - SYDNEY. \ TOU will find the McCormick-Deering Cultivator-Drill an invaluable help at seeding time* It is a great time and labour saver. It cultivates and drills at the same time and enables you to put a larger area under crop in less time. If desired, it can be used as a cultivator during fallowing operations—or it can be used separately as a drill. It ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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DAVIS CUP J.Q's. Opinion [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

DAVIS CUP ■,:: J.Q's. Opinion At tho farewell dinner Klven by the l.iarnut Glaus Company to Jaclc Craw ford llio othur evening, J. O. Ander son, the former Davis Cup star, made interesting, if not, exactly liopeful, re marks about our quest this year. "J.O." as a player of ion;; experi ence, was quite deJinite that four play ers should be Bent. lie emphasised the • necessity - for having a full quota for pi.-a.cUee purpose;;, pointing out thai .:vid» only three players it would w: iiii!iu;;sible to (,'et two doubles pairs. . -It is not yet too late for'the. selectors, to re construct their choice, and for tiie J..T.A. of A. to anree to ser>d our ■■best;.."". ■■ ^ ■<■■■■■■■

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QUANDIALLA SHOW ASSOCIATION Election of Officers At the annual meeting of the Quandialla Show Association, the election of officers for the ensuing year resulted: [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

i ^UAMBIALLA SHOW ASSOCIATION , Election of OfSesrs At the annual moeling of the Quan ilialla Show Associaiioii, the election of cQleers lor U;e eiisuiiiy year;resulted: x President.,- Miv 7-.L (ioouaiv: (vo-eiecit etl unanimously) .Treasurer, Mr. 11. A. Burgess; Vic^Praside'iiiii, TWr. R.' Pen foldfMr. p: Coelli. Mr. A. J. C. Tal boiy Mr. W. T. Jones. It. was resolved thai a growing crop. ccnlpetition, independent-, of the . pre sent fallow ;uHi crop w.mpetuion, be added to tho schedule. This competi tion will give ail -.thos.e farmers' who are by force 01 circumstances outside the present cpnipc-V.!lion a chance of showing their crops, and incidentally, if their crops are. good enough,>plaee. t.liern in the .line for liie H.A.S. Cups.

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COMMISSION CLAIM In Temora district Court Case from Ariah Park [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

In Temora district Court Gase';from Ariah Park : At- tli'j' Temora •: District. Court on Friday, before his honor Judge Coylo Harold •McDonald;- of Ariali Ptt«<lc,. sOusSrt- lo vocovgr from Keith Hill, .of Ai'iali Park, the sum of £165 19s 3d, *>i!eg('d to bi> i!iic.4o him as commission on certain specified sales. Oapcilin Storlcey instructed by Mr. Pvawf (of G. I'. Evans and Eng Icvt West Wyal'orig), appeared for plaintiff and Mr. H. C. Dilibs and Karroli) for defendant. H-irnkl MoDoiWrti agent, staled that he was: engaged by defendant in 6ctubor, 1920, and agreed to act as • salesman for. him on commision of ficr cent cn:direct sales aiul 61 per cent on stock sold through defeud ■ ant's .store.; Up to-June 30, 1027, >vit jiRf/.s received: 1)170. emmiaion on sales tn-Tor witness'saw defendant with ret trunco' to;, stock:'taliing. The cpmmlsr iou due to'' witness was calculated .)•!(!; liviule out in in a statement, two. copies of which witness made out, banding ...

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RADIO IN THE HOME YOU HEAR IT ALL OVER THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

No matter what day of the year you were horn on it you are a radio en-, thuslast you can be told on your birth day just what sort of a person you are. If listners can take any notice of the "Birthday Lady" who talks every night from the Sydney broadcasting station 2 F. C. ,it would appear that everyone bom on a certain day has 1 particular characteristics. Each night) tlio Birthday Lady occupies five or ten minutes talk to listeners whose birthday falls on that particular date. Her readings are certainly interesting and you can believe as much or-as little as you like. On Mon day (February 27)) for instance,: she informed liteners whose birthday falls on that day as follows; . "Strong imagination is one of yoiir. most characteristic' features' if born on this day you are fond of the'artist tic and exalted and the commonplace, cannot be made attractive to you. You have distinct ' dramatic ability sand should compose good poetry.-You are fond of arrarigeing-tilings "and in' tlio home ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

UIRMJENT BEHIND every New Rugby Car is not only a comprehensive knowledge of Australian motoring requirements and the skill to apply that knowledge, but there is also the most modern equip ment with which to convert that knowledge and skill into a quality car. The long life of the New Rugby Car is partly accounted for by the way .that the frame is assembled. Under a 25 ton pressure the rivets arc placed into place while cold. There is consequently no shrinkage as in the case of heated rivets and less pressure. Therefore, the frame of a New Rugby Car is actually one solid piece, although consisting of several parts. No other car at or near its price possesses this feature.-;, Another reason why the l^ew Rugby Car is the " Aristocrat*!';of the low price field. <»• SNESBDONS ' MOTORS LTD"* 258 Castlercagh Strict, Sydney. The New' Silent Rugby Four and the - Greater Rugby Six are made in Canada, assembled in Australia and fitted with Australian ' bodies. ' Local Agents; H. ED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

In* Movieland BARRYMORE'S SPECTACU- ) LAR PICTURE. Even without its absorbing' story and thrilling action, AVarnor Bros.' production of "His Lady," starring « John Barry more, would bo a great picture because o£ 'its aliec'r pic ■ torlal beauty. The costumes o£ af naturally colourful- and decorative period are of unparalleled magnificence and variety.' ' • "His Lady" has as its setting: the gay and dissolute Paris of Louis XV., when love and tlie chases wore the chief occupations of tho few and dire poverty the lot ofxithe many. Never lias Barrymore • es sayed a story of more power and heart appeal than this one, and Do lores Costello, the adorable heroine of "Tho Sea Beast," has arisen to even greater dramatic heights. The rest of the cast in this mighty Mas tor Picture reads like the blue book of (ilmdom, including, as it does, : Sam Do Grasse, Holmes Herbert, , Warner Oland, Marcellc Corday, ' Charles Clary, Templar Saxe, Eugenie Bresseser, Bertram Grasby,. Noble Jolinson, Stuart...

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METHODIST YOUTH Report to Conference [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

METHODIST YOUTH Report to Conference Irt his annual ..report to the Me Uiofiist confoiwioj the-Director of tin; Yvunif. l'<:oj)lft's. J-lepmlmenl (Uev. A. -k':"Lie,:?,i>I-) lijiit:: ih'ore-.ha.l;tHste/vi invrv'&iiii ■>'/•} twh'oi.'ir:;- ur:fj: •UMUinwB. 'iur.n;; the year, making: totals 'ih/i'.il a;id TIk.tc jfrid Jiiiio been an addition ot < 1100 yuumr i-'iwj iuxJ women to tint i Kcvcrai youth- Bocietieu. ... : i That Outre \va'ro. 20,000 -MtiUwdlut ! public aciiool ciiililroii in Uilp Hiatr; who ij'jra' attended fjundi-.y }5<;h«ol ] v/aa IJio aKBei'lio!) ol Mr. Jt.H. !.'<;« bitt i lay i-uw-tary of tiio 'depart muni. j juicier ailwiUoji, h<; Mild, Khoulii ho i Vh'i'.i by juijjliiU.-rfi in tho niKtst.ion >yf i Milyfiicc instruction in the public

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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IN FIRST CLASS Our Business Men Sir R. Home's View [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

IN FIRST CLASS i Our Business Men Sir R. Home's .View Sir Robert Horno, British statesman ! and business man, who is on a visit to Sydney, thinks highly of Ausralian business men. He has, during his visit, come into contact with many important business organisations and executives. "I find ho said, "that in the men in Austialian business are very alert, and have a clear eye as to the future of their activities. Some indeed are men of as wide vision as you will And in any part of the world, and would take a distinguished place in any com mercial community." The railways here, Sir Robert says, are suffering from the competition of motor transport, as they are in Eng land. In England the effect of the competition had been so. severe that the railway companies, in unison, had ito conduct their own road services.' ' Sir Robert, who is a director of the ;Underground Elector Railways of London, said that his company's move in acquiring the London Omnibus Company had resulted in the elimina...

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THE NEW HUDSON [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

THE NEW HUDSON The new Hudson super six,, with the high compression anti-knock en .gine, is giving the most satisfactory re sults. Several owners declare that they are getting over 20 miles to the gallon petrol consumption, while their speed with an average driver can be pushed well past the 70. In a recent hill climbing contest, the Hudson was matched against a power ful car which sells at well over the £900 mark and is noted for its perform ing abilities. Both cars were proceed1 ing up a slope at about 10 miles an hour, and at a signal, the accelerators were pushed down, and the Hudson literally ran away from the other car. In each of several tests the result was similar and the Hudson's performance' from a standing start in lop gear was even more impressive. Whereas the Hudson was a sedan model, its oppon ent had the advantage of a two seat'w' roadster body, which speaks volumes for Hudson performance. This Hud son car was then tested for petrol con sumption ,and it was found tha...

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PRAISE FOR BRUCE R.C. Prelate's Tribute [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

PRAISE FOR BRUCE R.C. Prelate's Tribute j After Hie blessing of the assembled cars and the, new convent school at 'Manuka, during', the, Roman, 'Catholic: celebration's at Canberra,' the Arch bishop of' Hobart, Dr. Barry, declared that Australia was richly blessed in its Prime Minister. 'JChat Mr. Bruce was worthy of the traditions of a great I country and reflected the character ■ and ideais of the people of Australia jand that lie was-very-popular in Tas mania where he had done more for the ; State than any of his predecessors, we're tributes contained! ia Dr. Ba.rrys tribute. . , . i ■ i

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SWEET WOOD £1,000,000 oCntract For Joss House [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

! SWEET WOOD l jj £1,000,000 oCntract ] For Joss House A contract worth £1,000,000 was signed in a Perth place when Mr. Lon Ping, representing a combination oi Chinese merchants arranged for ;.v three years'. supply of sandalwood to be sent at regular intervals to Chinese ports. This contract represents the largest sandalwood contracts in the woi.'d and is one ot ihe biggest business deals ever- made in the Com monwealth. ; For over 80 years the business of the import Into .China of sandalwood for, use in the joss houses and for religious ceremonies in the families of 'Chinese has been conducted by Brit ish houses established in China.

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