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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
THIS CON PERNS YOU. "RjT'A VING cold my mi tiro slock of jj. Men's Mercery, Clothing. Boils nnd ShocB, etc, also the complete plant or' Bo"t ranking Hud Hupuirint; Machinery to Mr George M. Rules, I tru^t that the snme generous patronage will be extended t > my EU0ct)S3.»r thut li'is been accorded to m« by a liberal public. Again sincerely thanking yau,-Iam, respectfully yours. WV H. NcKAY, . " West Wyalong. dbtstaiidiag Accouiits WH. McKAY wishos all hi*'Amounts . to he paid hefore the 14 b March, as he intends to le ivo tho district by that, date, aud »11 not: p.i'id ■ will hiitfe''tr bo fiaoed in the hands'of a solicitor. , : .NOTICE, y; V ALOO MAHOMED BAUX, the Indian I 1 OccnliBt and PpecialUt. atrri"hnc&lt;H that h* -"/ill bo Leaving' Wyaionj; -NJiX V WEEK. TESMtONIAL. , , , West Wyalong, Mch 4,;1901. "'• To Laloo Mahomed Baux.—Pear Bir,—I witili M return uiy sincere thanks to yon for your ,gre»t caje.and attention to i»y son who has beei.i,Euf fering from weukund i...
PEOPLE'S CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
people's CUniOSIT.Y. yj M.ftny persons, Mr. lid it or, seem very noxious to know who " Observer'' is, but l oan assure them they npfid'- not b«; nfraid -ol' him aayinj; toq much. Then; arc many littlci hack 'Lukik about W y alongy nnd^there;.is.often* voi-y fimny ■things hftp'ponuigi-thjrt oughb'to bo brought to Jjght; .but whatever may. bo inserted in- my nrtiolos ib is always; wiitten Under the motto— /. " Pro Bono Publico." T-lie ohen'poirt phico in town for selected 'He.rlwood, Ori'^ou, Richmond . jPifrp. Ret'wood mouldings, Scotia. Architraves, etc. 17. M iu.B, West •Wjnloncr. Selected Spotted Gum for Wlicolrigbts. 10,000 fwt to ohoose fiom.
SHOW MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
SjttOW MATTERS. ' The first meetin&lt;» of the new Sho-w - . ' Committee turner] out very successful—and the business transacted at the gathering shows that they are a very energetic body. The amount voted for prize money is ;^u|te adequate—consulting that it is Only'tbe.-tsecond show — and a very attructive programme should be the result. There is one tiling.. I always like to see brought out prominently nfc country shows, and that is prizes' bw.'l .led for work done by s liool c! il u-en, such as plain and ornnni tut-'Ji ! penmanship, drawing, ei-says, and /saving. These make a hhow moie interesting, and greatly encourages the 'ycing people to expand talents that Svill be of great use to them in years .•to come.. A lot of young pi-opl* in iWyalong ab.. present expand tli- ir with t,ho: impossible, theories contained in rubbishing, boolts such as " Deadwood Dick," ifcc. Another im portant item is our agricultural pro I would suggest .(hoping that Jf am not; too impertinent,...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
By '• Pkodigal." The Autumn meeting of the V.R.C will eoiiimonci! at Flpmington an Sat urday, the 2nd inst, when the New market Handicap will be decided, The meeting will be continued on the 5th, 7th, tti>d"9fch. As far as visitors are concerned Sydney will be well represented at the meeting. The N-. Zealand crack Advance— wlio is already scratched for the Don caster Handicap and Sydney Cup — will make his first appearance at an Australian race meeting in the New market Handicap I Although Advance is sure-to put up a great performance and admitting his capabilities as a sprinter, I fancy ! Wakeful for the Newmarket Handicap. Advance should run second with Muls ter next best. After Wakeful's dashing' perform ance at Caulfield and knowing that she is the one that the stable's money is on, one is forced to the conclusion | that at 7st. 61b. and Advance and Malster carrying 9st. 71b. and 8st. j 11 ib respectively ; that the latter two J have to concede too much weight to Mr. Macdonal...
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 March 1901
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tvre Co. The South Australian A.K.A. Meeting which it. was proposed to hold in Adelaide at E.;ster time has been Abandoned1 owing to the majority of tiie cracks having already decided to race nt other inter-state meetings.-.. Bv the lapsing of this.. meeting, racing cyclists wi!l;,lose soruo hundreds of pounds. A. R. O'Brien has been re-elected Secretary of the N.S. W. League of Wheelmen—T.Di Scott being returned second on poll. Cycling at present in Pretoiia (S. Africa) must be rather an expensive pastime, considering I lie prices that aie now being obtained- D'nnlop valve rubbers when the last mail left were being retailed at a ]s. each, whilst Dunlop tubes arid covers were bringing 25s and .£2 10s each respec tively. Another six days cycle contest has to be recorded; the venue this time being Boston (U.S.A.). Ten hours a day were ridden—aggr egating 60 hours in which time 1099 miles were covered by the winner—R. Walfcbour. Wv Stinson, the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
Newtown, Enmore, Marrickville, All Acquainted- with., this Case.;' Tho Caoo of Mr. W. O. 6COTT. (AH INDErENDKST RErORT.) ■fo those whose business brings tliem into contact with numerous individuals of neces sarily various temperaments it ia^ generally considered an inherent quality to be abla to create favourable impressions on probable customers when negotiations are in their rudimental stage. > Whero one man may succeed auotherlnay fail, according to the Uct and dfscre/tion displayed ir»» approach ing the prospective client. Mysterious in stances of failure occur whore success seemed to be assured, and the serenity of out] pass ing days are sometimes disturbed by conse quent unhappy reflections. Mr. William Owen Scott, residing in May Street, i>t. Peters, informed our reporter that he " very frequently felt incapable of extending ordiu ary politeness to liis customers at one period of his existence." 'Jlwas often too queru lous-to be spoken to," continued Mr. Scott. " What w...
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
PASSING NOTES. ["by " coo-ke.: At the Sydenham Railway Accident inquiry, a witness who stated that lie was a civil engineer gave the Coroner a shakiugup. 'I must inform you thut I cannot pay your expenses,' com menced the Coroner. 'You wait till 'I ask-you,' was the prompt answer. ' Are you following your professional business now?' was met with the retort 'You mind your own business.' ooo No wonder the Coroner had doubts as to whether this witness had any right to describe himself as a civil engineer. Ii.ieivil -.engineers are as comraon as grasshoppers along the1 railway-trucks of the backblocks. ooo ' ' Passengers per ferry in Sydney's beautiful harbour are trying to get the Harbour Trust to pass a . law whereby the captains of steamers amusing themselves by rendering vessels in the rear invisible by., pouring forth dense volumes of smoke: will bo liable to fines. At Birkenhead (England) the port authorities promptly punish any skipper who hazes his neighbors in this fashion. •■■...
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co, J 4 groat drill of evidence hiis been tftllett by tho special corj;milt>;e ap pointed by the Melbourne Bicycle Club to. enquire into the leakage of the last fA'4s^ral Wlifjpl Race heats, but up to J.Ue present-with no tangible results. Itns e>idcnt that a certain coterie of Melbourne bookmakers were the first tq obtain lists of the heat /iiran^e ments, but tlie difficulty is to find the actual person or persona from whom the information was obtained. Several well known bookmakers admitted in eTideijce having the list of heats in their possession three days before they were made public, but declined to break faith and divulge the name of the person, or persons, who supplied same. We arc afraid that very little good will result from the enquiry, for unless such an examination is con ducted under oath there ia very little 'chance, of the guilty party being 'found. No cycle meeting is to be lield in Melbourne in connection with the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
Thanks. fSinfeb'rely Thank all those who tried to sa*a my house from destruction By fire, last week, and who preTonted | the fire'from* spreading, mid I grato Folly acknowledge the many acta of kindness which were so freely extended to me and 'my family in our misfor tone. I alao think it only right to publicly acknowledge the promptness and the generous spirit of the Now Zealand Fire Insurance ' Company in settling my clnim for insurance, although » sectional error in my proposal form, might have caused hie considerable loss if taken advantage of. The amount of lay claim was paid within five days of the fire, which I think must be aomc thins; like a record for a fire at such a distance from the Capital. JOHN 8METHURST,. Our local Progress' Committee go out of office next month. They can vacate their seats leaving a good name . behiud Miem. ' The -League of Wheelmen are get ting quite a numoer of new'members this year, arid the election of new ofli rials ' take place next week. Ever...
A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
A?5tarjlow escape.^ ;ii 'Th« Emperor of Germany, > whilst : | $rinng from Parliament House to BVfialtsh ■: iilway Btation was hit on the ehegk with a piece of iron thrown by. % sa alleged "lunatic. Thb WfeBfe&rn Lands Ooiumission, is still engaged in accumulating evidence and'=3rStenii}g .to-.tnles of.fchs .mpat har rowing experiences. Tha-evidence..oi ODe prominent Government, official would, if it could be secured, be inter, eating- and • illuminating. Knowing tBo chronically-affected district well,, •life solves" the problem of' its future in aflaentence : ' Give it to the rabbits.'
BRIEF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
I BRIEF Ti'KMS W/along Council m it lust Tuesday night. Alderman Pike took his seat for tho first time since tke election. Tliero was only just a quorum prei sent, nod tho meutiiig lastecf till J20 minutes past 11 p.m. Things became " very warm" at-cer tain stages of the proceedings, and " hot" allegations were made against the Council's Solicitor. i •An attempt is to bo made to get the law suits settled—but according to the solicitor, it will ou'.y result in an "attempt." It is reported that a certain Alder man was a Jittlo too fluent, and ano ther Supreme Court action is threaten ing Wyalong is certainly receiving s huge advertisement nil over tho colony through its Council meetings. Fisticuffs were nearly resorted to by two of the audience. " I won't go outside for you !'" was tho hardest blow delivered. Some funvy faces were pulled when certain affidavits were read out by Aid. Tyler. The Council Solicitor received a som? nasty " turns" while making an explanation—cries of " Shut...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
vine Services. Church of England. AU Saints', Wyalong. M«h 3;—l'l a.m. (H.C.), Eev G W Batten f. 7.30, Mr J Chatmon 10.—7.30, Bev G--VV i.atten 17.—7.'40, Ser O T7 Ratten 24.—-11 n.m-,, "Rev Q W Rntten MO, -Sir^ Channcii Rev G W Batten ■•s ■' :
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
Sfc* Barnabas' West "Wyalong. I Hok 3:—7.30, Rev G W Rutteu r5 10.—7.30, Mr Bannistsr 17.—U, Kev G W Ration 7.30, Mr Bannister 24.—7.30, Rev G VV Ratten 31.— n,.Rer G W Rattea 7.30, llr Bannister Mch. 3.—Wumboyno 3.30, Rev G. Ratten /' 9.—Lake Oowal 8 p.m. ,, 10.—Marsdnns 11 a.m. ,, 24.—Hiinvutha 3 p.m. „ 26.—Uncfc Creek 3 p.m. „ G. "W". Ratten, Incumbent.
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 March 1901
Wesievan" S-'eryioeB. Mfirch 3, West Wyn-l'-'icf ^ I. Speedwoll 3 Wyalong 7.30—C, (3 -Wulkom5 Waifibojne I 8—G Woods ! March 10, Bena 11. Hiawatha 3, West Wyalonir 7.80^6-0 MCal.kom • Match 1 J.—A'dditiorial-servico, Wynlong, 7-3 1 p m (J T Coolc March 17, West Y\Tyalong 11, Mitfja 3, Wyalong 7.30—C 6 Wulkom ; Wamboyne 11. West Wyalont; 7.30—'> Woodg March 24, Wamboyno 11, West Wyalong 7.S0—C G Wulkom Murch 31, Wpst Wynlong II, Speedwell 3j ^Wyalong 7.30—C G W.ilkom Marriages are RoleimuFcd and other rites of.the church administered by tho Circuit Minister. CGWalkom