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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
LOCAL INFORMATION. Maoirtkatm—G. Bievt'Ufon, P.M.; F. W, ltony, (I. J. Wools, H. Gardner, A. Smith, K. A. Collie, W. II. Clement*, F. K. Welbv Di tr cr roBONEii—It. Collie, »T.P. Sukbipj'V Umctzu—H. CKriiuer, J.P. Thk Gourt Hits daily for Police Court cjihgji. Summons A*nd Bmall Debt* Courts evtry Tuesday. Quarter Serfuions held four times a year—Jiis Honor Judge Koprcri, Q.C. \Va*dks—O. Stevermon, P.M.. who also viiiU Barmedinan, Yalgntriin and Marten. C.P.6., fee.—Si 22. Uesvcr. MRDicxL-ntEi-s. Willui, Ciisncrfloa, M.,Terrv, and Really. Pouck—-Sf-rgt. Poterswftld, Licensing' Inspector; J. Quail, iSumoi^-Con.stable; and 6 Constable*. W*r.uiis'ti Clew:- anu Mining IlEaiariuK—B. CK iBancs. Post & Tei.e&lt;;t?apii AHTr.r.— West Wyalong, C. It. Sudler; Wyulongr, C. M. Black. Hospital—President, F Neeld, senr.; Hon. Sec., A. Kmmett; Medical Officer, i r. Willis ; Matron, Miss Fro»t. Batteuj a—NNIcholns and Raymond. 22 *tam pcra; Chanaon's Crushing Mill; Gouph'a No 1, 10 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
'V EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SYDNEY 1835,1S9G, 1837,1898 aod 1899. TMP B^ST IN THE WORLCX WMte Tank Hotel, J3A1N-3TREET WL.ST WYALONG. Mrs. E. Guzner WISHES to intimate to her numeroa* friends and the publio generally of 0&e Wyalong Goldfield and surrounding districts that she is licensee o! the abcire Hotel, wiieh is replete with all the latest baptovemouta that are nuoousary to make a betel comfortable, whom none only but. the best toai.ds of spirituous and fermented Jiauoro o&b ho procured, A flast-class table wooro s suraptuons repast ean bo obtained. iSjisniol attention to tho travelling publio. Loooo Bests a Rjecialty—the beat on tho Qeld, —HOTB THE ADDRESS— And give a trial to HEirSe E# WHITE TANK HOTEL. SSAIN STREET, WKST WYALONG. —THE— 'WTALOHS AGRICULTURAL SHOW -E. HESSE'S JEWKLLEBY SHOW IS STILL 0M, ^570T7 are all invited tn call and inapest • -JL his Latest Stosk, just imported direct I &wB» the manufacturers, which induces the LATEST STYLES an...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
. * departures. • #&lt;Mi-Barrae6«nan,;Teincra, Coot imundra, and Syd- , trey, daily, (SuMayaexcepted) at 7 a.m. For Ungarie, 011 Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. hor Alarsden'and Forbes, on'Wednesday* and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yulgoffria,-on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat days at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Saturdays at 6 a.m. For KIldfl.ry, oa Wednesdays and :S^tih,dayi'at7 a.m. ' ' , ; The mails are deiiver-idat the post ofBcoupto 8 .p.m. each day. Ifuils aro ready for delivery about balf-an-bnur after the arrival of coach. Letter,box clparad for despatch at 6 a.m each day. Hilar at Ceu^l "VYyalong- eleared daily at 7.30 p.m. ' Money Order and Government having Bank. How*—-Week days—10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; b^iu^'days— i 10 a.m. to 1 p.in. j
The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Oootarauadra, Temora, Barmed man, nnd Wyalonj?, daily, (duuduys excepted) at 5.50 p.m., arrives ut West wyalong nt 6.30 p.m. From Ungurie, Condoboliii, etc., Tuoadnya and Fridays at 4 u.ra From Marsdcn an&lt;} Sq^days and Thursdays at 6 p.m. From yalgogrin, Mondays, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From Carooa, on Sundays at 6 p.m. From Kildary, on Wednesdays and Saturday! at a p.m.
A Snake Yarn, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
A Snake Yarn, A young fellow out Lake Cowa) way gives a " tall" yarn about a seven foot black snake. He owned n verv lively horse, and the mutual was very hard to catch, especially in a larg* paddock. The other d»y the owner, was in a.big hurry to go into Mai sden. und went to'catch his nag. Ttie hoi>e smelt n h&lt;ird rido and decided not t' be c»u»lit. All kinds of tticka . wen tried l>y the owner, but the old nai' ki-pt out of reach of the bridle. Sud dedly ho came to a snndyspot and the temptation for a roll overcame him. As lie lav in the amid r.i joying him self a big black an iko twisted himself lound his legs, completely hobbling i lie nag. The owner saw the horse jump up and begin to snort, and he run up. On getting close lie, was sur I'fised to see that the snake hud twisted himself round and round tin hoises lens, had tied himself in a knot in the middle, and hud swallowed his inilsona to form a complete pair of liolihl >s. The horse was easily caught, an...
Grain Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Grain Reports. Messrs Harrison, Jones, nnd De»lin write to us as fo lows : "The supplies coming forward at present facing sulli cient for lequiivments, values in must lines remain much about the same in those reported in our last. Wheat: The arrivals this wn-k have been com paraiively email, which is, no doubt to a great extent due to the dull inquiry. There is nothing fresh to report wiih regard to the position of the markef, and business has been of a limited character. Owim* t>> the supply of chick wheat having fallen off, the mnr ket hay be&lt; n fir im-r during the past f>'w days. Maize: Owing to the sup plies b&lt;ing heavier, the market opened ■ his weak somewhat easier, whi-jli was espeei illy noticeable for weevilly and oil' Inns. However, the d>-m.nd re mains fiood, and prime quality meets: wiili ready sale at. piioes about equal to those ruling last week. Prime lu ijiht samples of heavy New Zealand feed oais have been in fair request : hut loca...
History of Geese. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
History of G-eese. (Ty J. J. McOne in tho " Agricultural Gazotto." fieese were knot.-n umon« the ancicnt* hundreds of years before the Christian era. We ro id how the sucrad geese. kept hy theRomans, 400 sc.. saved the cirv from tlieGauls; also how ihey were thrown overboard »t another time because t.hev displeased ihe Koman sen-genera]*. Pliny spunks of them" heinir cultivated for their flesh and feathers j' and 1'arwin sayt " luivcUy another domesticated bird or quadruped has vario I so little.' The gosse tribe number some 40 species, the majority of species am larger than ducks and smaller than swans. The true species of geese belong to the •tends Anser, and number about twenty •varieties. One of these—the Greylag goose, Anser ferus, tho origin of most of our deineslioated breeds, is a bird of rery wide range, being fnuud in nv>st countries from l,;ipland in the north t > Spiin and Bul garia, in the south, and throughout Asia to China, but does r.ot seem to have been found ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
TJJ A. EMMETT WISHES to inform hi* numprous Customers that he has purclmspd very extensive! for thn 'X.MA.S TRADE, nnd to mnke room for the N«w Goods ha ha« deter mined to SELL AT.COr PKICKS. ifg^* Tbe People may " metaphorically" fix th«-ir own prici'8 ! A.E. inutt again mention that for Tobacco, Pippii, Pocket ICniTer, Kazori, Strops, Perfumery and Pate.it Medicines, _ HE DEFIES COMPETITION, BOTH AT PRtCE, QUANTIFY, AND QUALITY. Anyone wishing to Book for the 'Xmnx Annuals can do bo now, and ensure thomselven of netting what (hey want out of— I'ear't Annual, Holly Leaves, I on don JWetvs, Graf hie, lilack and H kite. Weldun's and Young Ladies' Journal, Shetch, and not forgetting the Toum and Country, Sydney JUail, Auttralasian and bulletin. All the Colonial productions nro splendidly desinj^ed, and should be erderrd off A. EMMETT—who is the Ag nit. Also COTJNTR.Y CUSTOMERS desiring to procure Papers or GondH by post or otherwise will rrceirw itatinfactien nnrf prompt altfn'ion at ...
Correspondence. OUR SCHOOL OP ARTS, To the Editor of the ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Correspondence. OUR SCHOOL OP ARTS, > the Editor of the Advocate. Sir, — In perusing your valuable columns a few issues ago, I was pleased to notice the well written article on the local School of Arts. You laid the case very well indeed before your many renders, and your propositions should bear good results. Providing you will allow me a little space in your journal, Mr Editor, I would also like to make a proposal. In many country towns the Schools of Arts hi ye Dramatic Clubs in connection with the institutions, and I should like to see the same in connection with the West Wyalong School of Arts. A dramatic club could very—easily, I think, be starfed here, as wo have the necessary ability in our midst. It would not only provide- a "deal of amusement for the participating mem bers, but a very handsome sum could be raised in a short time and .our institution would soon be on a sound basis. I hope, Mi- Editor, that our local officials will take the matter up as T consider it one ...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Town Talk. It is a great luxury to have u river close to a town, independently of the benefit of having plenty of water. Over Condobolin way the people are having a great time fishing ; in Wya. long we wish' for nuggets down deep holes, in'Condobolin ihoy fish for cod nnd bream with crayfish. Wo are told a good yarn about thrf;e Condobolin gentlemen, whom we shall call Lex, Electric, and-Exchange. They decided on a days fishing, but baits were a ■stumbling block. A bright idea struck one of the'party—they would roll up their breeches, wade into the lagoori, and catch enough crayfish to depopu late theLachlan of all the cod, jew and bream fish. The story is told by a traveller, who says "I saw three rum.ny looking objects bobbing about in the lagoon; they each had a bag •net in one hand and a string with- a piece of beef attached in the other and they were haw ing out the "baits " in great style. Presently they found they each had a bag full, and decided to hie to the river. They wen...
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Masonic. - In -our last issue wo gave a brief" outline of the proceedings at the In stallation of Officers of Lodge Pioneer, No. 122, Wyulong, oil Friday night last. The occasion was the anniver sary of the Lodge. Very Wor. Bi o. J. J. Miller acted as Installing Muster in a vory impressive manner. After tho Worshipful Master elect, Bro. G. P. Evans, hud been installed, Wor Bro. Miller, on behalf of the Brethren, presented Wor. Bro. .R. A. Collie, Immediate Past Muster, with a very handsome and massive P.M.'s Jewel, and in doing so, spoko in high terras of praise of tho good work and regular management performed by Wor. Bro. Collie during tho past two years. He congratulated him on the present standing of the Lodge, Wor. Bro. Ccllie, though evidently quite sur prised, feelingly returned thanks for the handsome present. After the ceremony, the Brethen were invited to a banquet, provided by Wor. Alas. Evans. A most enjoy able evening was spent—a lurgo num ber of visitors being present....
Mount Hope Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Mount Hope..Notes. Mount Hopo at the present time bears a very busy appearance. Ihe Mining Company lately formed ap pears to be making things " hum." Apart from the many improvements they have already made there, they are now sinking a very large tank for water reservation, and have a surveyor o£ their own surveying the town site. They intend spending no less a sum than £90,000 in one lump suui on improvements. All the shares in the company have been taken up, and they are putting on new hands every day. There are three stoi cs and t>vo pubs there—but tho cost of living is said to be very high. The old Mount Hope, which' has been on tribute, has now fallen into the hands of the Company, and they have already maclo ilieir presence felt, as things are very brisk. Mr. Teniplcton, a Victorian gentleman, has ft. very large 'interest in Mount. Hope, and is very popular The Cop per Mines are giving very good yields, and the prospects are that then; is a good future in store for Mount Ho...
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
Odds and Ends. Why does a man become a lawyer, remain » lawer, and leave his profes sion ? Ho becomes a lawyer to get on, he remuiny a lawyer to get oner, (honor) and leaves to get oneat (honest). Three decrees of mining speculation : —Positive —mine; comparative — miner ; superlative—minus, Mrs. Jones to her daughter : " Mary how many si.-iters has your'new play mate?" Mury : " Hp Iws one, Mamma. He tried to fool me by saying thut he had two hulf sisters,-but I guess that he didn't know that I had studied frac tions.' Talkative lady to Guardsman : 'And what is tlmt strap which goes undei your chin worn for? Guardsman: ' This strap, madam, is given us '-o rest our chin on when .we get tired answer ing questions.' Not long ago a well known bishop was marrying two of his servants, one of whom was bis footman. It bad been his custom whenever he an swered a question the footman saluted. The bishop whi>p&lt;'ied to him to dis pense ivitli tlie a ilntc and simpl> say —after ...
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 14 November 1900
\ Sydney Wool Sales. ' Tne olTi'iinga and sales on Thursday weie as follows:—Tin; New Zealand Loan.and Mercai.tile Agency Company Limited, submitted 1211 bails, and 3uhl under the hammer 1055 bails; and Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Com pany o(T. r&lt; &lt;1 3287 bales, sold by jiuction 1881), and piiviutely 10 bales, ' altogether 2809 ba'cs, making the aggregate for the day 3951 bales. Tlie disparaging uows from Melbourne ;pppcared to have no appreciable eileot this market. Competition proved . for-, nearly all qualities eubinittej; scoured wools were perhaps a shade easier then they were on - .Wednesday; medium sorts sold wall at full rates. Medium greasy ' fleece and good i bulky skirtings also ruled stron&lt;». These classes were freely operated upon f*r i" French and German *ceount Sco\ii'qrs keenly compel'-d for all lower jipeculitivo buyers, however were some ^wlvat less in evidence than at recent ftmles. The selection of wools submitted again uonsist...