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Federal Elections. MR. HEFFERNAN SPEAKS AT WYALONG. HE RECEIVES A SPLENDID HEARING. AND LARGE AUDIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 March 1901

Federal Elections. MR. HEI'TERNaN SPEAKS AT WYALONtt. ; HE RECEIVES A SPLENDID ■' HEARING. AND LARGE AUDIENCES. /Mr. P. Heffernan, the Protectionist ''candidate, who is contesting the seat for the Bland in the House of Representatives, paid this town a visit last week and delivered addresses in support of his candidature. He spoke at West Wyalong, in the Oddfellows' Hal), on Friday night, and addressed a very large audience—Mr. A. Duncan occupying the chair. He spoke in the Excelsior Hall, Wyalong, on Saturday night, and he was greeted with another large audience. His Worship the Mayor (Aid. Chudloigh) occupied the chair. Both meetings were of'a most orderly character. Mr Heffernan was well received in both tow.as, and . his addresses were listened: to with rapt attention. • Dur ing the'course of his 'addresses ho said ifc Wjia ^scaiccly necessary/>for him to introduce himself, as he had lived in the electorate for about 30 "'years, and v^as known to most of them personally. He m...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 March 1901

Hospital Meeting. A meeting of tho Hospital Com mittee was held' at Ilildorbrand-s1 Hole], Wyalong. on Wednesday night last. Present: Rev. G. W. Ratten (in the chair), Messrs. Souden, Helyar, Jones| Walters, Necld, Campbell, and the Secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and continued. Tlx.' inward correspondence whs received, and tho outward adopted. Moved by Mr. Souden, seconded l>y Mr. Helyar, that tho Secretin y ar range with the medical officer re the splints, etc, that lie requires. Curried. Moved hy Mr. Souden, seconded by Mr. Walters, that if arrangements can lie innde at tho bunk for an overdraft of £100, the contractor be paid that amount. '' Moved oy Mr. Helynv, seconded by Mr. Campbell, that the action of the Visiting Committee in re letting the fainting by contract be endorsed. Moved by Mr. Ilelyar, seconded bv Mr. Souden, that.Mr I-ango's cows be returned, and the owner thanked ; and that the Secretary interview Mr. Giles and get the calf taken awa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

WINE! WINE! WINE! -ooooooooo Fraser The Only Licensed Wine Seller, MAIN-STREET, WEST; WYALONG. IMPORTANT 11111! NOTICE. ' BOF TAILOR THE LABXES' COSTUMIER MAIN-ST., WEST WIA10M, (Late of the leading estnblishmouts of Sydney), IN thanking the Public for more, than t.heir generous support accorded him during the past six months, begs to inform t-Uo Pub i.j of Wyaloug and District that he is "STILL ON. 1IIE WARP A VII" —"WITH. - SIS - MA^VELLOTJS - SUIT - OW - FOX'S MO. 4 SERGE, £3 15s. j!3bf®rot,®7@b:^3beri^9 ®d Guaranteed Stamped every two yards. All oilier materials at Equally Low Prices Suits from £3 10s. 'i'rou.sers,,17s 6d. Thousands of Patterns of all descriptions to clioo-e from. Perfect fit guaranteed. My Motto—-'No Fit, No Pay.' "W. C. GUNN is not a " Jack of all Trades," but; a Practical Tailor and Cutter; therefore the public can rely on getting full value for their mony—all my work being done by practical tradesmen, paid at Uaioa rate of wage, and not by sweaters and appre...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

PASSING NOTES. [by " COO EI3."] A man lying dead-drunk on tlin Post Office stops is-not a remarkably exciting spectacle; but when ,-thft re cumbent man wears a cap bearing the lectonci "Express" business people may be excused for snorting superciliously, ooo Probably a rival " Express" mes senger who had loadeel up the stiff'u'n sat bursting with boer'and laught'er in: an adjacent hotel. ooo , To send a post-card demanding pay menb of a debt is libel. But thfc law is a treacherous ally. A tailor,' Eued by a clerk in the Lands Department for dunning'him for 17s owed for a pair of pants with a remark added ■that tlio writer " didfn't know whether 'tin; debtor was better than a thief/' 'was 1 r;t oft", with a farthing damages, ooo And the Jiiilgy Ci'inoiii'i'ot] with the jury in this remarkably light verdict. The explanation seems to ba that tho public is sick of the way in which the small fry of the civil st-ivicti abuse their privileges exempting them from the attachment of salary 1 ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. £T<Sl-8.-—11 aim. (H.C.)i Key G W, JKatten 7.30, Mr J Chaunon 10.—7:30;. Kot Q- Vf fatten . 17.—7.UO; Rot & W' Rnt'on 2<1;~11 ar.ui., "Rev G W Eutton 7.30, Mr J Chnnnou 31".—7.30,. Rov G W Kntten

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

a Sere and There. .The .Victorian Cricket Association .wi hi!.1? to die voluntarily, and to hand 'over its functionB to the Melbourne 'Cricket Club, ..Here wo have a body •tliiit has made itself an abject failure, and yet.ib is but ft Bhort time since it atteniptc.fi to dominate the now defunct Cricket .-Council! The King of the Belgians has order ed a motor gipsy van, to cost £6000. it«will contain three rooms, a parlor, a bedroom, and a servants' 100m, and "■will develop 30 h.p. for a speed of -15 i. miles an hour- Since lie has become ; an automobilist, Kins; Leopold has clis . covered, snys an exchange, that most of'the Belgian highroads are in a de plorable condition, and lie has had some of them repuired at his own expense. A tnemopal fountuin in honor of the officers, N.O O.'s and men of the N.S. Wales military forces who were killed o.ii active service in South Africa, was unveils,!,: '»t' Gh>tj\vood Park on Sunday afternoon. The R.A.A. Bund Vwe pres&mt.,.. Mr. A....

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St. 'Bornabas' West Wyalog. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Sfc'Bornabas' West "Wyalone. UEfh- 3.—7.30, Rbv G "YV Rattan 10.—7.30, Mr Bannister 17.—11, Rev G "W Ration 7.30, Mr Bannister. - 24.—7.30, Rev G "V?"'Ratten 31.—11,. Kev G W Batten 7.30, Mr Bannister Mch S.—Wamboyno 3.30, Rev G. Ratten 9.—Lake Cowal 8 p.m. ,, 10.—Marsdens 11 a.m. ,, , 24;—Hi.iwat.ba 3 p.m. „ 2C.—Hack Crook 3 p.m. „ G. W. Batten; ' - • Incumbenf.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

^AAanted. TWO FEMALE COOKS, two HOU^ HAID&', Good Hotels, One General, private house. R. T. D'ORNAY, Registry Offico. LEAGUE of N.S,W, WHEELMElT WYALONG BRANCH. A GENERAL MEETING will bo hold . at WULBY'S HCiTBL oh WED NESDAY, 20th inst., at 8 p.m. Business :—General. All Members are requested to attend. THOcJ A. SMITH. See. Wallas Social Oddfellows Hall, (SATURDAY) The Floor will be a Specialty. WALLY BRAZIER, Auctioneer and General Commission Agent, HAS Re-0|)ened Business NEXT to the POST OFFICE, West Wyalong, Agentffm* H3e;s5e judi! C«».. ILIjI., Torpouo SoW'npf Machines and Pianos. Employers can be Suitod witii Tiei-Cr/uts' [gg"* Out-door Sides Conducted. Account Sales Delivered Same Day. Cor respondence Invited. t^sTCarctakev of Oddfellows' Hal?, West Wyulong. The Only ITall in West Wyalong. Government Notices, Federal Electoral Bivi sion of Bland I HEREBY notify that T am this day in lveoipt of a Writ from Mis Excellency tlie Governor-Geuoi'al directing tho holding of...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

"VVesleyan Services. ,JrIarch 3, West Wyalong U. Speedwell 3 Wyalong V.'iO—C Q Walkom';' Waffiboyno 3^-G Woods , I March 10, B»na 11, Hiawatha 3, West ^yalonp 7.30—0 G Walkom {■ Haroh 13.—Additional servico, Wyalong •7-30 p m 0 T Cook " ' » ; Match-17, Wast Wyalong 11, Milga 3, Wyal5n<f-7'.ot)—C "6 Walkom ; Wamboyno 'JiK^eit-'TTyalonir ^30—tS Woods " ; Alatch 2'v~ W'If iriyr>vno 11, West Wyalong ' 7-.80-;e«p.W^];paj JiaTC?l:';311'West Wyalong 11, Speedwell S.'Wyivlorig 7.30—C U Walkom '1 Morriagen are so'en'mired and other ritos of the church ;id:ninlitared by tlio Circuic Minister. ' CG'Walkom

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Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Sj'dne}', Friday.—The nominations for the Senate have closed. Mr. Barton is opposed for the Hun tor seat by Mr. Young and a, local barrister named Percy ITiggins. The Mayor of Sydney says the Coun cil will raise the city rales from eighteen pence to two shil'in;s. Benjamin Harris, aged GS, has died from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. Reid leaves for Queensland to night and wi'l deliver addresses at Toowoomba and Brisbane. Federal Postmacter General Drake says the Federal Post Ollice has no power to take over Wragge's weather Bureau. Splendid rains fell throughout the western and southern buck blocks yes terday. Two inches feU at Wilcannin. The owners of Sydney collieries, owing to the scarcity of lumpers, have sent an ultimatum that thev will pro claim a lock-out on Saturday unless the men come forward with their terms. Considerable, excitement exists at' Perth owing to the announcement, that a shipment of 500 camels are expected. Prices at the London wool sales are being full}' mainta...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Presbyterian Church. Services will be held a3 follows until farther notice:—Wy.along (Masonic Hall) ! il" a.m.. Meat Wyalong- (Presbyterian Ghurcii)'i7.30 p.m. Rev. J. J. Thorp.

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CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

London, Tnursduy.—The Agent Geuernl advises that tho cost of laying tho cali.le between New Zealand and Australia would be £220,000. The interest and working expenses would amount' to £12,500 a year. The Duke of Abercorn, Earl Edge combe, Earl ..Carrin'srton, and Viscount Wolesley have been appointed special ambassadors to ofiieially announce the death of the Queen at the foreign Courts. The British Cabinet ■■has. been>sum inoncd It is believed' that General Botha's surrender will be announced shortly. Kruger, Leyds and other Boers held, a conference at Utritchf. Tlio receipt; of certain nbw's is alleged to have greatly upset Kruger. Quantities of feed are being for warded from Dilagoa Bay to Pretoria. ' It is believed the feed ia for the use of Bonrs who are about to surrender. The British columns are once more rapidly closing round De Wet and Kruilzinger.

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THE Walong Advocate, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1901. Obituary. MRS: D. CRISP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

THE Wploag Advocate, ■'sitTUllBAY,' MARCH 16, 1901. Obituary. MRS:-;D:CRISPi It is with feelings of deep regret that we have to record the death of the ■wife of Mr. D. Crisp, of West Wyalong •~the sad event taking place at her residence early on Thursday morning. ,$lrs. Crisp was. comparatively only a yofang ivoman, being 4.0 years of age, ■and-iher demise cast quite a g'psra over the fcoVji. ' She had been ailing for, • the past fortnight, a^d^Ji^ivAi^t'i'meiy 'ends ;/waa- quite unexpected—which naturally caused a great sliock to her fitoily* and friends. Seven children are left to mourn the loss .of a kind and loving-1 mother — the youngest being only nbout 6 iiionths old—and a husband has been bereaved of a good and devoted wife. We extend our Sincere sympathies to the family in thyir siul bereavement. I Tire funeral took place yesterday (Jfi1'i(!ayy,iift«rnoon:—the remains being ..(fifst conveyed to St. Barnabas' 'Church of England, where a short service whs held—the llev. G. W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

,a Grippe AGAIN The Case of Mrs. A. WEBSTER (For the " Ilcdfern Times.") Whilst chatting to a reporter recently, Mrs. Alice Webster, of No. 30 Wilsou street, Redfern, said t— " For upwards of four months I suffered from a dangerous attack of influenza. I was' so ill at tho time that a recovery seemed doubtful. Like most cases, the disease was contracted through catching a chill, which I neglectcd to chcck till tho more serious trouble had developed, .and. I was a,b onco prostrated." 4 M How could 3*ou tell it was influenza ? " The doctor pave me that information, and, besides, I had all the dreadful symptoms. I suddenly became feverish and low-spirited, and there waa an overwhelming feeling of weariness. A depressing sense of heayir ness manifested itself, and I had a peculiar tightness above tho chest, which was made more troublesome by a harassing dry cough. I had no appetite, and grew wretchedly thin and weak. I could only talto^ a cup of tea as a rule, with occasionally a little...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Oootamundra, Tcinora, Barmed nmn, and Wyaiong-, daily, (Sundays excepted}" at 6.50 p.m., arrives at West Wyaloni* at 0.30 p.m. From Uniiurie, Coudobolin, etc., Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 a.ia From Marsdenand l?orbes, Sundays and Thursdays at 0 p.m. From Volgogrin, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at -i p.m. From Caroon, on Sundays at 0 p.m. From Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdaya at G p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Dental Notice. E. ca8per80nn, -D.D.S. (n„ote»! «jsaa»s*%-5 h1ps .f o.»1 SuV-y, -* rAY bo consulted at his Surgery Mmn 1V/t ivpof Went Wyaloii^, fees of charge, ivi. ^^'Xtingto Surgical, Mechan 0cuiaor Opehatre Dentistry ov Orthodontia. sj&uw. f"-1*1'''csm""'' sasevste. -««—> Dentistry. ^ Residents- of tho district may, if thpy i TTf» fhr* nrivilecf© of bcinjj treutcd by choose,, have the privilege o „ b6;,. 0I1B the largest Amerioa. eucalypti btrftgt, 1ST m\U syohev 1895,1896,1897,1898 and 1899. THE B£ST IN THE WORLD Iflndly iorward all my Goocl; through gelling ahbe'OTS. Addean Victorian Goods,0jo Gelling and Sone, Albury. • ... stdney GOODS— igg- SELLING'S TRUCKS. SYDNEY AGl^T : f. cbidlahd, 17 HAMILTON-STREET. telephone 2713. —THE— WYALONG AGRICULTURAL SHOW IS OYER. tot E, HESSE'S , jkw3sllkhy SHOW fs STILL ON. Y°WsTtesVb££ l™T^TmS'raLlES0andVFASHIONS in Angles! and other articles too numerous to m Tho abo'o articles are imported direct, therefore can bo sold at prices...

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BRIEF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

BRIEF ITEMS Trooper Savage, of the New South Wales Mounted Infantry, has been given a commission in the Imperial Yeomanry. The Victoria Cross lias -been awarded to Lieutenant F. Maxwell for conspicuous bravery at Koorn sprait. Fourteen invalided Queensland soldiers reached ' Brisbane on Friday. Officially, their arrival was disre garded. - The neglect'shown to the invalids i& Queensland has excited much adverse comment. I Lieutenant-Colonel Porter commands the Soventh New Zealand Contingent, leaving for South Africa at the end of the month. China will reply to Russia regarding tho ratification of the Mancburian Convention in about a fortnights time. ' The Glasgow steamer Avloua, haa been dashed on the rocks ne&r Bilbftd by a great wave. All the crew werfl drowned. Tho Abyssinian General, with 20,000 Abyssinians, is co-operating with tho British against the 1 mad mollah' in Northern Somaliland. Some of the civilian firemen on board the Ophir refused to bo vacci nated,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

DEPAIiTUllES. For Bannedman, Tcmora, Coofcunundra, and Syd ney, daily, (Sundays excepted) at 7 a.m. For Vngaviu, on Tuesday* aod Saturdays at S p.m. -I'or Marsden and Forb'c.s, gn Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yalgok'riti, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sut days at 10 a.ii\. For Onroon, on Saturdays at G a.m. For Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.io. Thn mails arc delivered at the post offico up to S p.m. each day. Mails are ready for delivery about haU-an-hour after the arrival of coacli. Letter box clearod for despatch at G a.m. each day. Pillar box at Central "Wyalony cleared daily ut 7.30 p.m. Honey Order and Government Saving Batik. Hours—-Week days—10 a.m. to 5 p,m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Outrage By Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Outrage By Blacks. The following message was received at Perth on Sunday last from YVynd bara regarding the murder of Mr. J. J. Durack a short time ago at Denhani station :— One ofthe" four special constables who went in pursuit of the Denhani murderers has just returned, arid re ports the capture of three black boys, Banjo, Rajah, and Monday, and two gins, who cleared out from Denham Station 'after the murder. The con stable says the blacks have confessed to the murder of Mr. Durack. The affair was, it appears, planned some days previously, and carried out by Banjo and Rajah. The former was tol'd off to kill the deceased, and the |attei* undertook to despatch Patsy, but he failed. Banjo waa to cuter the sitting room, on the verandah of Which the father and son lay sleeping, by way of the back dooivand approach his victim therefrom, while Rajah was to sneak upon Palsy round the eastern end' o'f the building. Banjo placed the Winchester riflo close to Mr. Durack's forehead, and empti...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

PUBLIC LIBRARY. It is a great, pity, Mr. Editor, that > West "Wyalong does not possess a public library. Now that the winter ■ months will soon be upon us, we should at once make, an attempt to form a library—so that ;we could pass the cold winter nights away in a few hours of pleasant and interesting reading, What would it cost to form a library'! is a question that niight be' asked by those who feel inclined to participate in sUch an object if it were started.'' Well, I tWifik that £6 would be suffifcieii'fc to purchase books and illustrated papers that would suit our requirements to a nicety during the winter. What has happened' to a School of Arts 1. By present appearances one -yvould think it had been transformed into a Sal vation Army barracks. Surely we can make ourselves alive to the occasion, and use our best endeavours to get a meeting of members called, and try to have something definite done. There should be nothing to stop such an institution being started with 200 m...

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