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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Local and General. Rain;not.yet arrived; and water a very scarce'commodity. Sergeant Peterswald was kept very busy Wednesday night distributing electors' rights. • The Wyalong Council meets again on Tuesday night. A very heavy " washing day" at the local Court on Tuesday next. There is said to be a lot of dirty linen about. Sir W. Lyne has been promised strong support in the Hurue electorate. The State revenue shows £440,000 in advance of last year. G, H. Reid was 56 years old on Monday last; It. D, Meagher, a candidate for the Senate, addressed a gathering of 3000 peopl(! at Newcastle a few flights ago. &lt;He supported" Barton's platform in the main. . A meeting, addressed at Parkes by Mr. Boyce in support of Mr. Wise, terminated with hearty cheers for Mr. Brown. Date of next Wyalong Show—.Wed nesday and ' Thursday, 21st. and 22nd August, 190L Exclusive of special prizes, the suin of £150 has been voted as prize money, .at.the next Wyalong Show, There is only one band in W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Tho Ca3s of fijro. E. RUSSELL. f (For the " Xciciotcn Independent.") i "Tiicro is nothing immodest or indelieato (an attesting to the truth, no matter what [the Bubjeet may be. I am glad to say that hny actions are not iullucnced by foolish } notions of mistaken pride, and as I may be '■doing a little good by granting your request, |you are welcome to take down every detail for whatever use you may deem fi„." These words weie uddresscd to a, repre sentative from this paper by a lady living jab Ko. 14 lYaneis-slreet, JCnmore, named 'Mrs. Kmily Rn&ir..i Russell, who had, on [perceiving a note-book in the pressman's llmnd, anticipated tho object of his mission. ! " You ar« quito ri^ht," answered the re porter. "I may take the particulars, jthen 1" I " Most decidedly. Tlio firat sign of de parting health was a shocking atate of (nervousness. My nerves were so weals itliat I started quivering and shaking on the least provocation. I dreaded to be without .somebody to keep mo compa...
Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Sydney, Friday. The State Government is quietly preparing for.the Duke of York's visit to Sydney, but the arrangements have not yeL. been confirmed. A' review will be held in Centennial Park. The official landing of the Duke will take place at Farm Cove, and a-pro cession will march through the efcroeta of the city. The English language has been made a compulsory subject in the French and German national schools. Seven fresh cases of plague at Cape town have been traced to rats. Mr Barton was entertained at a lunch at Gvnijiie yesterday and was presented with tyro rich nuggets o£ gold for himself and wife. Speaking at Gympic yesterday,?&lt;Mr. Barton described Mr Roid as a man of great sagacity, but with few scru ples. Mr McGowan, for South Sydney, and Mr Wise, for Canoblas, have been nominated as members of the protec tionist party. In South Australia the majority of the leading men are standig nfor the Senate. .TliaPostal Department was trans ferred to the Commonwealth Gov...
Personal & Political [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Personal & Political Let the Federal candidates—who e\er may or may not lay their claims to be lenders—speak cut straight on the fiscal issue. -The people don't want any shandy gall' programme.' Mr. B. R. Wite now talks about the higher note in Federal politics What lie means is the hitrhwl'Bank Note iti the game of fiscal bluff— and a j)oasible permanent £3000 a year, as against an uncertain £1650 from tlie Mother State. Certain politicians are attempting to make political capital out of the Federal Capital. Quite a capital offence! Editors of metropolitan journals should take care the fiscal facts and opinions of their correspondents abroad agree with the fiscal facts and opinions of their leading columns. There have been many sharp differences of late, which immensely pleased and aroused the other side. Perfect peace does not reign among the most prominent men of one of the contending parties to tlio campaign. Too many interfering cooks have spoilt the iiscal broth. So fa...
Wyalong West, Feb. 9, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Wyalong West, Feb. 9, 1901. The Editor 'The Bulletin'—Since writing to \ou on the 19th inat I read your p>iper carefully each issue and I have failed to find any reply to my communism ions, unless you intend thi.s us an answer f.&lt;r me—Henry B : Once is enough, Henry, This is altogether too vague and your stock of answers nmst have been run ning short and though the subject has fallen rather Hat by this time, if you will say straight that j'ou will not publish the yews, 'Australia's Federal Father' no doubt; I may be abl« to get some other paper to do so. I think it a great shame that Dr. Lang's name should have been ignored through the whole of the Common wen 1th Celebrations. I will go further and say that I am suprised a paper like'The Bulletin,' claiming to be the champion of fair piny has not taken this matter up long ago, and not leave it to a bushy like me to champion the cause of the only' true patriot Australia ever had.— Yours, etc., jHenhy Batten.
OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor Wyalong Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
OPEi\T COLUMN. To the Editor Wynlonc Advocate. Sir,—I enclose a copy of some verses which I wrote and forwarded some, lime ago to'The Bulletin.' However they did not publish tlicm .and in their issue of Feb 23 I find amongst their answers (o coi lespondents the. follow ing : Henry B. (Wyalong;: We quite recognise the claims of the good old Scotiish Republican who wrote 'Fiee dom and Independence for the Golden lands of Australia,' but we didn't publish jour verses on Dr. Lang for fear they would arouse him froui his grave. Now Mr. liditor I would look upon it as a very gieat favor if you would kindly published the verses and the whole of this correspondence. — Yours etc., U ENKY 15ATTEN.
Wyalong West, Jan 19, 1901. The Editor Sydney 'Bulletin.' [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 March 1901
Wyalong West, Jan 19, 1901. The Editor Sydney 1 Bulletin.' Sir,—Since writing the enclosed verses I have rend with grent interest iu ihe Australian ' Star' of Jan. 15 a paragraph on the plans suit! designs for a Commonwealth Arch proposed by Mr. Yarvey Pat'kes. I venture to think if you would kindly publish these verses Mr. Purkes would feel inclined to alter the group ing of the statuos. 1 will try and give a, suggestion— Let a statue of Dr. Lang be erected upon a throne built in the centre of the arch with statues of Wentworth and Sir H. Parkes in a kneeling posi tion. This would bear out the motto —that man is. always trying to imitate God. There cannot bo the slightest doubt in the mind of any man living, but that God will draw a lino of demarcation between Dr. Lung, and the re-it of our Australian Pioneers. For Lang spent all his money iri trying to do good for others, whilst other pioneers, if thoy spent anything, it was with the object of doing all they could for themselves.,...
Wyalong Bicyle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
- "Wyalong Bicyle Club. Tho annual general meeting .of the Wyilon? Bicycle Club"''whs'Bold at Huyhes'^hoteJ, Wyalong, on 'Monday night. There were 25 members pres 6%iie- roport" and balance sheet, which showed » credit balance of £1 5s 8d, yfcra i cad and adopted. ,- ^ It was. decided to hold a. carnival on the 3rd of June "pxt.. . Noiiiinatibrts foi offices jyere rerewd and ballot papers will be is-ued as foon '•a-.s*poasible" nffer ' Thur«d «y next and the pftpera.will-be. roiurn-tble to the RefuVmng.Ofikeiy Mr S. G. Iaanw, Hot later than 16th Match. The Secietary was instructed to ob tain tenders for printing ballot | apeis. to forward sustenation fee to head office, and apply for provisior al, sanc tion to l>o?'d sports on'Mw 3rd .June. The fol'owing comiirii tee was. form ed to draw up. a ptoar*ioa&lt;« j.M.hshns Isaacs, Crowley, Smith,,.J: Waltaw, senr., H. Neeld, and D. Nicola. . ' "Wiilly •' Brazier announces that a Grand Hospital Social will be h« d |t> the Od...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
St. Tfnmuhjvt' \Wst WV.vnncr. Meh- a.—7.3t; Uev G W listen 10.—7 30,.Mr Binifiipt-i' J7-—H. Ht»v G W Kmlen 7 30, Mr Biinninti-r 24;—7.3:1, Rev G \V Rittorr 81,—U, Rev U W Kiitti-n 7.30, Mr Haiiuialci-v 2T£h S —Wimbo.vio.'(.-.'in. R,?/ G. Ratten 9—Laiu'VWAl'8 p Jii-." 1V>. — WtifSiU-iiK II a.in. ». 24'.—Hiti-vailm 3 p.m. ,, 25.— Hack Creek i j> m. .. G. \V. UiittcD, , lncmrilient.
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
Association, The Difpctpra.of ' thi*. oompsny,, in displacing Mi*. J. J, Miller, front its management-, and appointing ona of themselves fro »tUtj position,, uHy not teceive the endorsement of the general body of their shareholders. In'iiU'co operative bodies blunders will Iiq made; and the directors in this in stance would have shown more wisdom in first .consulting tbe shareholders hefO'O beheading the company, as Mr. Miller, as Mr. Q iong T irt put a it,,.WHS • I lie hea' and shouldt-rs of the whole tiling.' He mad** p6s*il>l« Avhat ;n p peared nil imposslbi i- y. He produced for the shareholders at the. end of-- the first year a phenomenal balanoe-slie«t, wliieh shcwed-100 percent, per-'iinhiim protic on -the* capitil inva-it.Wd. Ha opened up'tlie world's licuk-ts to tlie farmers for the tirst time for New Soiltli Wales- whe it. He opened up direct busin&lt;!s3'trelations on their'be ll 1'f with the ju'e mil's of Indiu, a-id the fanners bought their wheat' a-tvk-i dir...
Outrage by Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
Outrage by Blacks | Perth, Monday.—Sensational r>ewg reached the city lo d-iv fn>m Wynd ii'ft'm that Mr. J. J. Duiaok, of tiid well-known firm of stock mid station u^orit.s of Connor, Dnhei-ty, and"' I)ur* ai:k, had been shot by aboriginals on Sunday night. The Piemier (Mr. G. Throspe'1) b 13 received the following telegram from the chairman of a committee of rest iierits, which has he' n formed »t Wy' d ham:—'Murder was committed here yesterday, the vic'iui being Mr. Dur itck, of Deniiani station,"who uhs shot iiv blacks. His son wits also>hot"'at, hit oscupi'd with seven- injuries.. TF10 bucks me known to be' iti p'laspa^f. n of tii'earn is. Police lmve left for the siene this morning. It sta'e of tiirnjs is allowed to uo on the dis'.iiet vill become un«af&lt;t and unb&lt;ambhvto I ve in. Kindly allow- special consta-. Ue -to be sworn-in to- a^ist iii till} arrest. of the murders.- This ii tint • f.rat actual murder "of late, but not the fiist • time that ...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
BRIEF ITEMS. Good Friday falls nn the 5th April. " The Lent season is upon us," re marked a religious person. " It's a good job," replied the wag, " because it's time the borrowing season de parted." PVori} all appearances the proposed railway to Hillston will go from To mora. Should the Government decide to take the lailway from Temnra to Hillslon, there is a probability of the line to Wyalong being thrown out. This is a matter that people living in and around Wyalong have noc taken into consideration. But it seems apparent that the whims of the Railway Department have more power than the voice of the people, and the sooner mi agitation is raised the better. .. Both the Tem'ora to Hillston and Wyalong "to Hillston routes pass through some hell-hole country, but, without doubt, the route via YVj'along would do the niost good and sti ve the greatest number; There is no doubt that the Lachlmi country, which, would be tapped by a line fruin''Wyalong, is more prolific than-any on the ri...
RANDOM NOTES. BY RAMBLER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
.(Bx Rambler.) A recpnt English visitor to Sydney claims that the first thing that striken thtt eye ori entei ing Sydney by sea is lis numerous quuck iidveriisetiientf, and t»y rail a cemetery and a benevo lent asylum. On?, wailing Wyalong or ■my other (if these bick-blox ginger b'er towns, th&lt;» first tiling Unit strikes one is generally a ted hot sand storm. " Truth"' aays the most dangerous clause i.i the F--d- nil Constitution me ih« politician's chip's. John's claws urn d-m^erous wlien lie swing3 that bull do« jopper. or time »ble q'ill d>pp"d in f.'!inl. But tht* cinfusion is good for JohVs soul — if lie Ims one It is rumored that the versatile John, ■who is- a cundi.l'ite for the Senate, will pay a visit to Wyalong. If he does, then the local people will hear •something good. A little bit of eriti i-i.i'ni Ijy John Norton on Municipal affairs at Wy.iloi g •. would be both amusing to his h- arers,- and instrur tt ve to the'sq i-ii>blirs at, the e. ar end It is ...
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
Weslevrtii Services. . M»reb 3-. W^at \v~y il >n ; 11 Sp"Pilw&lt;>ll 3 VVynlong 7.:W—U U VVnlkoui; VVumlxiyiic • 3 —Gr Wo'lils Mutf.h 10. Bonn II. H;awutKa 3; \V«t Wjynlons.r 7 3 1—'G W-»Ik «ti» Mnrch 17. Wasi Wyal..ii .r 11: Mi'il'i 3; WynluriL.' 7 :i0—0 &lt;3 W.Ukhiii'; VV*.vnb'>Viif 11. Wmt Wyiil»n>jr 7.30— • W'if>p' ■ AliiroliU+. WamWij'iru II; Wvst Wyitlonj; 7.30—i: 6 WiHV'nn ■ . . iM-trc'v-H, J\Vi>st • Wj'j'iliin^ II, Speedwell 3. 'Wyjrfunyi.Sn—0 U Wiilbim Mnrri.iires lire ko oiimifed and other rims of the church administered by th« (Jiicuu Minister.' / C G WuViorn
Sale of Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
Sale of Righns. . The H'lle of Rights in connection with the Hibernian iv«cos to beheld on tli»> 18'li M-irch, took plnco .it Har i qnn'a Hotel on Saturday, with, the 'following result# :— Ful)i;nn's Booth—Mr. II. Crouchj '^lOlQa. Out-ide gate—The highest bid was £26. but it wu not,'accepted. .Fruit unci Ri'fi'ostmenc Stall—Mr. Flar.ti.iin, £1 Is. " .. .. , Saddling Paddock Gates—Mr. P. J. Colons, £7 5s. - ' Race C"i-ds—Mr. Ct'owe, £1 l'2s 6J.' The clieipesfc • placo in town for selected Iti'd woo Or'con, Rcl friond Pine. R.'dwood • mouldings", f?c'>tin. A'chitraves, «&lt;tc. E. Mitts, "West Wyftlrm". Selected Spotted Gum for Wheelrigbta.- 10,000 fast to choose from, '