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OIL BEATS GOAL For Steamers on High Seas 200,000 Tons Lost to Trade [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
OIL BEATS GOAL ! For Steamers on High 1 ", Seas , I ' l. r . ; 200,000 Tons Lost, to ; Trade ' The inroads made by oil upon the coal industry and how irrecoverable ■ trade had been lost in this direction, ;were emphasised at the coal confer ■ences in.' Sydney by Sir Frederick iVValey, representing the southern own ers. / g' "He. said; that the Orient and P. and O. "lines, which hitherto used 140,000 tons of coal a year, were now using oil. That trade would, never come back. -The whole of the ships' of the Norwegian and Swedish' companies were oil driven, and thus a further 70,000 tons of coal were lost eavih year, j The position was the same with the coastal ships. In England the conversion ot the Navy to oil hail lost 3,000,000 tons of coal to South Wales each year. It was the same with the Amer.5cau.Navy. The only remaining hope of recaptur ing any of this trade was by. deytlpE* ing the use of powdered coal in. oil burning ships. . , Mr. Davies (general secretary of the Miners' Fe...
LABOR DISMAYED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
LABOR DISMAYED The Australian Workers' Union in a statement issued to members, states that unless, unity, is. brought about,. La,, borites may as well regard the next Federal, elections with, dismay. Divid ed as the Labor movement Is. in New South Wales, another term of power the present Nationalist Government is inevitable.
TWO FINE BUILDINGS For Lake Cargelligo [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928
TWO FINE BUILD ING&; For Lake Gargemgo At the last, iapeting, of Up, Laolilan. Slilre Council, Henry. Helman, archi tect, West1 Wyalong, submitted) plans for the now llotol, at Lake Cargelllgo, stating that the Licensing Board had given approval for. the erection of. the two storey building. Council already had the plans each for a two storey and a throe, storey, building, and; had. approved of same. Laver and Mara matt, architects, Coo !orection each of a new oonvent and' convent school, at Lake. Cargelligo. These aro both, vory fine brick bulldi ings the convent estimated to cost (£3200; and tho soliooli £1800. Approved, oh tho motion. o£ Ci'&, Costello and Dawson. ,, ■
CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928
CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish . , I ' Tuesday; March'^ G—Vestry,-. Meeting, at tho Rectory 8 p.m. . it s Wednesday, March 7.—7 a.m. H.C., 7.30 i>.m. Intercession and Address. Thursday, March 8.—7.30 p.m. Meet ing of the Girls'Friendly Society. ■ Friday, March 9.-7 a.m. H.C;,3 p.m. Coucil meeting at the Rectory. SUNDAY. MARCH 11 (LENT III) :8 a.m. H.C. West; Wyalong 3 p.m. Mr. Wright's 7.30 p.m. West Wyalong. W. J. Conran, Rector.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928
24 Models All Sixes a fine-looking, fine-performing Nash Tourer Reasonably Priced A fine-looking, fine-performing 5-pas senger touring car—at a moderate price —is waiting for you at our Nash sales room. The low, rakish lines and contour of this Advanced Six Tourer give it^the smartness of the sport cat without sacrificing' the clean-cut, dignified air of the business and utility model. Come in now and inspect this model at leisure. Its features and appointments will speak for themselves —most eloquently. You will wish to own this cat once you have seen it. LOCAL DEALER WY ALONG inn NMENT CHEQUE ACCOUNTS OPENED FIXED DEPOSITS ACCEPTED ADVANCES AND OVERDRAFTS C^AMTiC® -AjxvtauHMrc&l ^aoloral Primary ProdlsiO^ca onljr y SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT | pkbsonal, joint, trust aNO I CHl/LOREN'S ACCOUNTS. OPENED Writ* (or Uookleti 0* nci'5 5 £1000 C.. R. WATTS,. MANAGER LOCAL BRANCH • . „.. yCK. & STATON AGENTS, AUCTIONEERC LAN|D SALESMEN •' TALLIMBA Clearing Sales Conducted. Sto...
HOSPITAL PICNIC RACE MEETING Meeting of Committee [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928
HOSPITAL PICNIC RACE MEETING Meeting of Committee A meeting o[ the Wyalong District Hospital Picnic Race Club was held in the Memorial Hall 'cm FriilaV bVfcn irig last,' when the following' 'were present:—Messrs J. Smith (chair), E. Handsley, J. .Mulcahy, P. Curry, S. Walker, A. A. Hart, P. Donovan, A. 0. Randall, G. Wheeler, Morcomb, and A. Tyrel. . It was decided that- five' members constitute a quorum, and the pro gramme, as drafted by tho Progress Committee, was adopted.on the motion of Messrs Handsley and Morcomb. It was also agreed-to affiliate with the -S.1XR.A. The following were appointed to the committee: Messrs. A. Tyreil, J .Pilon, and A. J. Thompson. . .. It was decided on the motion of Messrs Morcomb and Handsley that nominations close seven clear before the meeting. Messrs G. H. Wheeler and S.! Walker were appointed a committee to carry out preliminaries in connection with the dance to be held at Costa's l-Iall on tho night of the races. ••• • Messrs J. Pilon, J; Thom...