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EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT W.W. Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT W.W. Tennis Club During the Easter holidays a sealed handicap' tennis tournament will be held at the recreation ground. Play ers are asked to be on the ground at 9.30 daily. Following are.^ the events: (a) Men's Singles Handicap. i (b) Ladies' Singles Handicap. (d) Ladies' Doubles Handicap. Players will meet all other players entered in each event. At the conclu sion of the rounds the handicaps will be awarded. Those in each event with the highest record of total points will be regarded asi the win ners. Each match will consist of gents. 40 up and ladies 30. Already there are maiiy entries on acount of the great number of unhtches each player will be able to participate In, ^
THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XXIII.-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
BV JOHN L. CARTER. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," "The Pilgrimage of Delilah, &c. f rnblifihod by Sjicolnl Arransromsnt vpith \ the iVopriotora of tho COii/rfeliw. CHAPTER,XXIII. -(Continued.) Tlioro \vtis on&lt;5 consideration which ho, did not meution.to Stephen., ;Ho \viintfcd to, "go' to ' the Larches, ; and, if need bt), meet "Winterslcy, whom Jie longed to beep in sight as long as ho ioiuainod in the country, lie wanted to see exactly how his onomy went on when with Pamela; how. Colonel Tem l>lo received him;(and to decide :whcth-, «r or not to marry .-.Pamela at onco suid Ulko her with him. Me now began to chango from his Tags into a brown tweed , suit - of' Stephen's which had never yet been worn. They .wero, much of . the same build, Stephen being perhaps a little thicltor set. "With .this -suit ..and ..his,, l-ough beard,-Hubert "had at least a' tomporary diqguise;&lt;>andvndw-A ho- sbt... out to obtaini.tho ibear'd, . ataijtj •> and'; ot...
CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
j CIMl'TEIl XXIV. • "With. Itosalio.'s letter in .lier ..hand,' Mrs. Glcndirining's only ' thought was t hat: Wintorsleywould/ bo grateful, to., her for it;, Mrs.'Gleridiriniug guessed tiiat Hubert was not dead. Slio also guessed tliat"Hubert 's "murder" must' iiave been arranged ,by himself, and ■"The obvious conclusion was that he had killed Sir/Ambrose and resorted to this as a means of releasing Stephen and diverting. suspicion from himself. Sho had loved AViutersloy in her Eeliish way, when they were both young, biit he had been too poor for Jier tlien. She had met him again in Uombay long after Glendinning's death, and she had found then that sho v.as not too old to love, and that, lioger Wintersley had for her a greater fascination than before. , It pleased her, now, to think that ho had never got her letter, fur, with all tlie iprco of her resolute nature, sue was bent on winning him back again. This letter of Kosaiie 's .meant -every-* thing to her. She had always looked fo...
CHAPTER XXV. ON THE TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
j , j j CHAPTER ZXV. -.a > ; ON' THE TEACK. :Ur?" Stephen sat up all'night,' but the. murky; daylight' came creeping through tho . curtains without liosalio appear 'iiig. . ' -. ,' He was anxious, to ;bo oil in search: of her, so as soon as it .was light ho •woke1 -Huberts He'-wanted to rush off at once to make a' flying round of tho few places where he might find news of Rosalie, but .first' he felt that-lioi must .'See Hubert into*his now disguise. The transformation was complcto. From a burly-chested, upright, clean faced fellow, Hubert was changed in to.- a. .round-baeked, loose-kneed nonde script j with a close, thick black' beard and moustache. His face was-stained' brown, and he wore pince-nez, a turn-^ down .collar, and flowing bow tio. . Grudgingly Stephen had to admit, that IJamela herself would not know Hubert/and they, set out to, take break fast at a neighbouring hotel. Hubert was anxious to go at once to Pamela, and,: as it was but :a five- minutes' drive to The Lar...
CHAPTER XXVI. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
- CHAPTER XXVI. BEAUTY AND THE'BEAST. ' t',j!Hubert arrived at -Tho Larchos,. in' ;liis new. character of'Dexter,vquite'half' •,an hour,bo'fore the ' appointed .timo. ;For a moinont lie -stood wavering -bo vtween prudence , iind. his longing to sco rPamelu. But only for:a :inomont. iTlion "ho passed in, hoping to -got ■ a . fow minutes beforo .dinner -alono , with Pamela and so put; her- on lier guard.. " lie was dolighted when tho man' told him that tho colonel iiad'not. yot rcr turned. 'lie: took Hubert's things and led him 'to', 'tho drawing-room, and Bwitchcd'on -tho light. . "Is y,Miss -temple' in?" asked -'Hu bort. Ho was so nervous that; ho-could; hardly articulate the words. . , It was sdvoral..'minutes •• beforo: Pam ela came. ; Sho "stopped almost von tlio • 'threshold and lbowed.; Tho-''colonel Jiad told thonurso about -Mr. Doxtcr,. an old friend of Hubert's, having call ed, and tho nurse: passed "thoi newsroni ' to .I'nmola. • \l'horo was an air of ex pectancy about her ...
WINNUNGA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 April 1928
WINNUNGA NOTES &nbsp; (From our Correspondent) Heavy vain fell during the early part of last week, 275 points being registered here. A successful social gathering was &nbsp; held on Friday night last. Every &nbsp; body present had air enjoyable time. The annual general meeting of the local tennis club was held on Sun day afternoon, there being a good &nbsp; &nbsp; many present. The following were present: Messrs N. Handford, D. Vaughan, H. Vau ghan, T. Powell, W. Powell, G. Aber nethy, B. Murrells, F. Wardle, A. &nbsp; Hassall, H. Hassall, K. Logg, E. Con nellan R. Murrells, Misses S. Brown, F. Abernethy, N. Abernethy, and M. &nbsp; Murrells. Mr. T. Powell was elected Presi dent. &nbsp; Mr.'R. Murrells was re-elected Sec &nbsp; retary . Selection Committee: Messrs. N. &nbsp; Handford, T. Powell, R. Murrells. The balance sheet was passed &nbsp; &nbsp; showing a credit balance of £8 6s Sd. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
WEDDING BELLS^ I SHEATHER—JOHNSTON A' wedding that, occasioned a deal I of public Interest, and which was wit nesseij by a large number of friends and-- ^ell-wishers, was that in St. Ba.rriabas' Church of England, West Wyulong on Easter Monday, Stli'inst., The contracting parties wero Mary, only daughter, of Sergeant and Mrs. T. Johnston, of West Wyalong, and Geoffrey, soiv of Mr and Mrs Sheath er, of "Woodville," Wjlllam ' Street, .Junee. Rev: W. J. Conran (Rector) "officiated. ■ &lt; In: preparation for,,tthe happy event, which was solemnised- in glorious sunshine, the church was effectively decoiated with Easter daisies and cos mos, a wedding hell -being' conspic uously suspended from an attractively arranged archway near the altar. This work was carried out by a num ber of lady friends of tlie bride, un der the supervision, of Mrs W. G. Butler'. , ' | The duties of groomsman were ably carried out bj; Mr. : J. Sheather, brother of the bridegroom. ' Following the entry of ...
SALEYARDS FOR YOUNG Stock Agents to Consider Proposal Loan to Council, if Necessary [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
SALEYARDS FOR YOUNG • - „ / Stock Agents to Con-/ sider Proposal Loan to Council, if Necessary A move is on foot (says "The Wit ness") to establish municipal sale yards at Young ,and' thus,bring this important pastoral centre into line with Cowra, Cootamundra/ Goulburn, and other big centres. The stock agents are arranging a meeting to consider the proposal, and , if necess ary money can be found for the Coun cil by way of loan to meet the cost. The lack of saleyards at Young has often been deplored--by. ^.agents and owners alike;^and "' stock ' from Young district has been sent to other centres to be disposed of- usually,-Ay dealers. The need for such saleyar3a has long been felt, and their establish ment would mean agood deal to the town and district of Young. ''p . ' ■/ The Municipal Saleyards at Cowra and Cootamundra as well as at other centres, have proved most successful. Cowra Council spent £80.0 on1 the; coiii struction of yards, after years of agita tion, and so successfull...
BURR INCREASING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
BURR INCREASING The rabbit Inspector of the Forbes P. P. Board, at the special meeting held on Wednesday last, reported that as he had travelled round,inspect iru; properties he. had noticed a lot of Noofcoora Burr all over'the dlBtrlci I "TIiIb Kooiioora Burr", he said," -.'"It Increasing rapidly in all parts ^o£ the . district." ' / I
NEW LINES Money Available forThree Two in Country—One in City [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
NEW LINES Money 'Available £or - Three . | Two in Country—.One ! in City Arter having provided tor the ifcim pletiUon: oft, alh unfinished. .railway lines, tho Government finds it will havo enough money to commenCd ' three lines,, one ,in J.I10 city and two ■ In 'the country. These arc Lo be coft fitnictcd imraodiatoly by tho Raihvrfy Commissioners, who have been given authority to proceed -"by. Mr., Button sliaw, - acting Premier and Minister for Railways. I The lines are:— ' , Tempo to East Hills railway in th&lt;S suburban area. Camurra io Boggabilla, which will be'a branch line off the Moreo Mim giiUli line in the North West; Wyalong to Wamhoyno. Although tho Railway Department' ' is being pressed for many other new! lines 1L is understood that tho next after these will he Eastwood St Leoil ards railway. ' ' ■ Mr. Buttensliaw said yesterday. fliat/ instructions had been' glven^ for the! speeding up of the short line m Ballina to Booyong on the NorU* Coast. . ■This lino, ...
APPRECIATION Local Effort Commended [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
APPRECIATION Local Effort Com - . mended ; Mr. J. Frank, Secretary West Wya long Chamber of Commerce, is in re ceipt of the following letter from Mr A. N. White, in connection with the recent public, appeal on behalf of the. Limbless Soldiers' Fund: — Dear Mr. Frank,—I have your favor of 2nd inst., and immediately com municated with the LimblessSol diers' Office; Mr. Beyeres informed me that a receipt ha dbeen sent to . you with a covering letter, which- you should have received by this. ,1 as sure you, Mr.- Frank, at our usual monthly committee meeting presided over by Lady Street, • at the Hotel Australia yesterday, the effort of your committee was applauded, and we are now trying to: induce other districts in the country to follow ■ your splen did example. For my part-1 am very grateful to you all, and my only -re gret is that I was unable to attend as I hoped to do. With regards to yourself , and every member of your committee. —Yours faithfully, A. N. WHITE.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928
CRUMBS C. E. Wallder and Co."and H.-C. Drydea will conduct a special horse sale at Ungarie- on Friday next, 20tli inst., at 2 p.m. * * •* The Barmedman market, conduct-: ed by C. E. Wallder & Go. will lie held on Saturday, 21st inst. at 2 p.m. Further entries are being !alc«n for this market. * •» * . ' On Friday, 27th inst., C. E. Wallder & Co, will hold a special horse sale at West Wyalong. See advt. A limited number of entries will be taken for this sale. ■» * * The postponed auction sale. of Mrs. E. E. Smith's furniture will be held oh Saturday, 2Sth April.. Details will appear next week. See handbills. C. E. Wallder and Co. auctioneers. * * On Monday, lGth inst at 2.30 p.m; C. E. Wallder and Co. will hold an auction sale on account of Mrs. Alf Welsh, of house, land and furniture. Read advt. in the present issue. * •* # Palframan, Wood and Co. direct at tention to an important clearing sale of farming plant, horses, hay, oats,; etc., on account of Messrs Morris a...