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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

CHURCH SERVICES! CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish GOOD| FRIDAY. 7.30 a.m. Litany and: Ante-Com munion. - - 10 a.m. Children's service. 12—3 p.m.: Three Hours' Service. ■7.30' p.m.' . Evenong, Sermon, and "Story-of: the Cross." EASTER EVEN ,,7.30 a.m. - Ante-Communion, .v. >-■■■■ 7.30 p.m. Evensong and Address EASTER DAY. s. 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. H.C. West Wya iong. U.30 a.m. H.C. Miidil. 'll a.m. 1I.C. Air. Wright's . 7.30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon, West Wyalong. SUNDAY, APRIL 15 (FIRST SUN DAY AFTER EASTER) S a.m. H.C. West Wyalong. . 11 a.m. ; Easter Communion, Yalgo grin. . ' 3 p.m. Miidil. 7.30 p.m. West Wyalong. .. I shall; be away in Bathurst attend ing Synod Trom Tuesday, 10th April, until Saturday, .l'lth April. . W. J. Conran, Rector.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

? B<?Jrli m m ante! wall The ■Proprietors of Aunt IVhry's Rakinq Powder now announce anew Prise Scheme t:> tai't ti.s p: u;e <»' tl.-j usual £tOU in Cash Prizes districted .onc/r a■■i/ef-ri.; ?*ov 73 t can send in f50 lids ■ from the tin-}, of.Aum - l/i sr at anjft time and receive in exchange"a lan Irene anil- vr.lCi.il.1c Surprise Packet. These wonderful surprise packets will astonish you with their contents. Every competitor will now receive a prise,' arid ■.■'industrious'collectors will reccivc a surprise packet for each • parcel of 50 lids sent in. ; 11 f. emt "Costs a little more—Worth a lot more." This excellent leavener is the housewife's delight because' of its quality and purity. Appetising scones—dainty .cakes delicious pastry and biscuits too. Satisfaction is assured when, you use Aunt Mary's Baking Powder, ' " " " 'I Now for the Surprise Pnckcis. When you have collected 50 lids send thetfi along to Tilled: & Co. Ltd., Kent and Liverpool'...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

JPJPB ( is an important item with most motor cyclists. In this direction Australian will help you reduce running cost by ensuring increased mileage. These sturdy tyres, being especially made for Australian roads, can be relied on for economical and satisfactory service. Fit "Dunlop" —it pays! All agents stock them. * * All States DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aust. Ltd. and N.Z, Make certain that your Ceilings will be attractive and (n good taste—inscal Wunderlich Art Metal Ceilings." The wide, range of beautiful designs -will, appeal to -you — prices will suit your purse •—results will afford permanent ■ satisfaction. Inspect the popular patterns stocked by your local supplier of building materials; WUNDERLICH LTD. aptist Sc.. Rcdi'crn, Sydney. Write co-day {on Catalogue, M. 27. A. E. PEREIRA AND W. G. BUTLER, WEST WYALONG. j][c=g fo] ' 17 HT . i MANY FEET' B-AWt:, Ha'.f.BsMu, Fia-.U and Holf.F'.aik', at a1! Hatch and B-Aih Shrex. Agents: TOOHEYS LTD. I Man is a biped. He has only two feet....

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PILGRIMAGE TO WAR AREAS Concession Fares [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

PILGRIMAGE TO WAR AREAS Concession Fares Mr. H. Hassall, Hon. Secretary of; [the Weetlmlle Sub-branch of the Re-, turned Sailors and Soldiers' League, lias forwarded us . a copy "of the fol lowing circular which he lias receiv ed from the General Secretary, with a request for publication:— , The following: is a resume of the plans for the Pilgrimage to the War Areas, organised'by the-British Le gion and ' the British. Empire Service League to take, place this year..

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OBJECTS OF THE TOUR [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

OBJECTS OF THE TOUR To honor the millions of the British Empire who made the sup reme sacrifice during the Great \Var. (b) To keep before the rising genera tion the great Avar effort made by the' British Empire, (c)-To cement and continue the war, friendships with France and Belgium, '(d); To enable those who served in France to carry out an inexpensive tour on the 10th anniversary of ; the • launching of the victory offensive.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

PERSONAL Mr F. IT. Tout, of Young'has boon' elected President of the Graziers' Association . ' ' r .. * * » ' Mr. W. H. Fleming was selected as the Country candidate for- the'I-Iume iseat at a meeting of the Country Par ty. at;'Wagga. • It: was decided, in the' event of a Nationalist candidate be ing definitely selected, to ask him to agree to- an exchange of preferences. ■■■' ' W '* • «■ ' Mr. H. Randolph Beech, one of the doyens of: free-lance journalism in Australia will pay West Wyalong a visit shortly. Mr. Beech knows our town from its earliest days—he wrote it up for..a metropolitan daily shortly after the discovery of gold on Neeld's m.allee holding in lS9i. - ' ; ■'* * - * Mr. M. . Paterson, traveller for Messrs. Sargood' Gardiner and- Co., Sydney, who was picked up In an un conscious condition ■ on the roadside in front of Mr P. Marshall's IioloI, Barmedman, on Thursday of last weeic was still unconscious at the Wyalong District 'Hospital yesterday • (Thura-. day) morning. ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUCCESSFUL DANCE Hall Crowded [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

SUCCESSFUL DANCE Hall Crowded The ' April Pools' - dance, organised' by Messrs Dickenson and Jopes, was held in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening, and, to use the words of a visitor, It would take a; "lot of lick ing." From every standpoint ''the func tion was a success. The Gloomchas ers Orchestra, maintained its' high standard by supplying the best of music, and the GO odd couples present' voted the dance a credit to those re sponsible for the management. Miss liva Woods contributed extras,, and Mr. Peter Jones, as usual, was the right man in the right place as M.C. Novelty items, sjuch as "the.• streamer}" confetti, and fool' dance were intro duced, which helped materially to en hance the evening's enjoyment A feature of the dance, was. the first class supper supervised-by : Mr. Dickenson (chef, at Tattersall's Hotel).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAR STOLEN Arrests at Wagga [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

GAR STOLEN Arrests at Wag-ga An impudent tlieft was reported to the; Temora police soon after 3 p.m.-' on Saturday last, (saye the "Inde pendent") Mr. W. J. Brown, of Coola mon,-had left his Chevrolet car stand ing in Loftus-Street while he was shopping. He had placed something like £9 worth of .'groceries in his car and was getting - something ' more "when -the vehicle mysteriously. disap-. Reared from the ranks. The' police •got to work immediately, with the result that two suspects were arrest ed in A\iagga about midnight on Sat urday. ponstables McMahon and Boole were investigating in that town and foun<i a Chevrolet car in the yard of Scott's Hotel; The men who took. it there sought to elude the po lice, but were chased and caught. They rave tiie . names of.- Karl Henry Eng lish and George B^id. -

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"JUICE" FROM BURRENJUCK" 7000 Horse Power Unreleased [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

"JUICE" FROM BUR REN JXJCK" 7000 Horse Power Unreleased I Mr. E. A. Buttenshaw, as Acting-' ' Premier, on Monday started the tur bine at Burrinjuck which generates 7000 horse power for the hydro-elect ric scheme and is supplying power at Juiiee, Cootamundra, Gundagal,' Young, Murrumburrah and Wagga Speeches . for broadcasting were de livered on the rocky bed of the river -below the dam.. • ■ i

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE RACES Poor Attendances, Small Fields [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

THE RACES Poor Attendances, Small Fields The West Wyalong Racing .Club's' autumn mooting hold 011 Tuesday <anil Wednesday was poorly attended, and although a • fair nomination was re ceived, fields were small throughout, especially on Wednesday, when Sam nrang and Paris Fashion had walk, overs. The rain on Wednesday morn ing, and the: threatening weather about time of-commencement no doubt had. some effect , 011 the attendance. Re sults:— FIRST DAY MAIDEN HANDICAP, -1 Fur. L. Butler's Aurokeet 9.0 (Geegan) 1 E. FitzgeraUTs Carrlck 7.7 (Mur . ! ray) ..> .... . . ... .. .. •■•2 A. H. Morcom's Our Bachelor 8.9 "(Fuller)'.. .' 3 Other starters: ■ Lacto S.9," Bill 0' Clear 8.0, 'Consideration 7.7. Betting: 0 to 4 Consideration: ni^d Carriek, 2 Aurokeet, 5 to 10 others. ■. Won easily. Time SOisecs". t. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, (> Fur. - ,T;is.Cummins' Samarang - S.9; ' . (Crowe) ..... .. .. 1 A. Ilalbisli's Billy Bushland 7.12; (Geegan) .. .. 2* Only starters. . 1 " ; Bettin...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE SLOGGETTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

^HE SLOGGETTS The Sloggetts -will appear at trie .Tiyoli Theatre, West Wyalong, on '.Tuesday night, 10th April. They liall from. India, and judging , by press re-, ports they, provide a really good en tertainment. There is plenty of com edy and good music, with some splen did effects ail new to Australia. The Frollps Jazz Band, and the Three JmpB.i Comedians are features of this unique combination, '

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

ORGANISATION The unit suggested is a party of 500—which is a trainload. Each. of. such parties could have anV organiser who would have to enrol names for the party and take on all the duties such as collection of money for the tickets, issue instructions, and the collection and direction of the party on the tour. • - In order to encourage local interest it is suggested that,where possible: the parties are to be called battalions corresponding? with thr areas their.' come from, and that battalions liave companies and platoons named after large towns and countries.

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

GEN ERAL. PROGRAM ME A pilgrimage to the British battle fields zone iu France and Belgium of four days.- Tlie following special ceremonies to be arranged: (a) A ceremony at Ypres of all the pilgrims, which includes a march past, coni memoration service, and the laying of wreaths on the Menin Gate Memorial (b) Local reception' to ' be held to celebrate the declaration of war in all towns in France and Belgium in which a part of the pilgrims are billeted. (e) A ceremony near | Amiens, pos sibly at Villers-Bretonneux, to have a special Dominion aspect, and to commemorate the victory offensive which was launched on this day in 191S. when for the first time all the: five Australian Dii'isions attacked to-, gether. (d) Representative parties of the Legion to proceed to Paris and; Brussels on August -1 to pay homage'; at the graves of the Unknown War-, riors in those towns and to deposit wreaths. Dates—ith to Sth August; inclusive.

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

DRESS V ' Plain clothes. Regimental badges on lapel of coat, medals,haversack with Legion badge to carry small kit, straps and belt to carry great coat or mackintosh; - * It is desired that in addition to the "Rising Sun" badge, that Australian ex-service men wear the small League badge. ■ "V

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BILLETING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

BILLETING The general idea of the programme is that everybody on the pilgrimage would remain in the same billets for three nights and the trains would be used each day to convey the pil grims round the battle areas. (a) It is hoped to be able to ar range billets for each individual sepa rately or in small groups with subsist ence on a flat rate of about 30 francs per day, in order to avoid the big problems of collective feeding, (b) The women's section to be billeted in a northern area, where they are like ly 10 find better. accommodation, and where, if possible, they could have a night's rest before the ceremony at Ypres. ;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS Shipping companies have granted concession 1'a.ren, providing a mini | mum number of 150 pilgrims travel liom Australia on boata leaving as under:— - ; Orient Co., Or&ova, leave Melbourne 2'Jth .May, arrive Ivondon'5th July.' Orient Co., Orvelto, leave Melbourne 2'jtfi June, arrive lymdon 2m} August. J'. A- O. Co., JVarkunda, leave Mel bourne 5th June, arrive Lontion 12th' July. • • . : ' ' _ Commonwealth Line, Jerviti Bay, leave Melbourne Oth June, arrive I/on <!o;i 1 Hh July. , 'i'he lares range from £60 ■ third' class return to £150 firstsaloon re-, turn on the Orient lines; on the Com won wealth boat Jervi# Kay, from £00 to £117 return, according to the class of cabin or berth required;m far a reply baa no't yet been received from I he P. and 0, Company, but It Ik expected this cwnpany will; allow a concession, particularly for (second class fares, the ordinary sewhd'clasu fare being }J 40-£347 return, Jf you desire a. return to Australia...

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KEEP THE FAN OILED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

KEEP THE FAN OILED It is a wise policy to keep the [an' I bearing wheel lubricated; Wear at this point will give rise to a very irritating knock or rattle which may prove very luid to locate. A CAUSE OF TROUBLE IN THE OIL . PUMP ' • Some cars are fitted^ with oil-pumps of; the plunger, type, located rather high up. Tliese depend on suction to keep the hearings supplied with oil. Should any leaks oeeur in the suction pine-i.e., the pipe which loads from the sump to the pump they will, of course fail to operate. On many cars this pipe is situated outside the en gine, so that great care should ho ta ken to sec that there is no possibility! of his pipe.rubbing against any ad jacent: parts. This rubbing may, in time wear a hole in-; the pipe, with tho result that the necessary suctiou will be destroyed. ' CLEANING SHACKLE BOLTS Because of their exposed position cliackle( bolts "frequently become clog ged with' dirt', and hard grease.' Thia is particularly the case when grease cup lubrica...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CRICKET Easter Matches [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

CRICKET Easter. Matches On Easter Sunday and Monday a strong combined team from the coun try. will play a team from the town a two days' match. The. following players will; represent the. coudtry: G. Doel, W. Thompson, A. Thompson, McKenzie, W.. Herrigan, I-I. Webster, G. O'Donnell, O. White, Capt. Roberts F. Lauer, R. JVells, S, Cooper. West Wyalong will be represented •by R. Waggett, A. Keith, J. Bmerton G: Kearns ,J. Kearns, J. O'Brien, N. Smith, A. King, A. Andrew, S. Smith, R. Madden.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVERSING FAN BELT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

REVERSING FAN BELT In some cases when, a fan bolt per sists in jumping off the pulley, it can be made to stay on by removing it and replacing it with the side that, was previously in front towards the rear. The trouble is caused-by a de fective belt stretching more at ono' side than at the other.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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A CAUSE OF BREAK FAILURE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928

A CAUSE OF BREAK FAILURE A sudden failure of the ^hand-brake 'either parial or complete/- if occur Ing in the Ford touring-car, may ho due to one or other of the brako-ishoes i breaking in half. This ; ls-^a • which practically: novor occurs in tlio 1-ton truck, but it is not unknown in the touring, vehicle.

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