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

Notes. (By Prodigal.) The four days V.R.C. Autuej meeting was brought to a close la! Saturday; and the meeting cannot! considered much of ' a succ'css; tl| club lost, between three and four tiio-3 and pounds and the racing 011 t« whole was very poor. The first race on Saturday was t! All Aged Stakes, in jwhich a field t five elected to tfy'conclugion8 at'weigH forage over a-mile. The severe gruS lings which Advance experienced ij the Newmarket Handicap, Australia} Cup and Champion Stakes did nt{ diminish public faith in the New lander, on whom1 odds were laid. j Advance momentarily held Miilsti at the distance, but his previous efifor? presently began to tell on him, and O'l his jockey having recourse to the whijl horse and rider instantly became df moralised, as in the Champion Stake'! leaving Malster to gain a coin pari! tively e;tsy victory. I Though beaten twice under weight! for-age conditions, Advance- is mfl regarded by many good judges wh| saw him tried in the Champion Stake...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. A. H. and. I. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

P. A. H. and. I. Associ ation. A meeting o£ tho Committee of the ftbovo was held at Hartigan's Hotel on Thursday night. Present: Messrs. F.' E. Weiby (chair), J. Broughton, G. P. Evans, H. Morpliy, T. F. Smith, | J. J. Crowley, J. Connolly, T. Gelling, W. Lmgp, S. McFajyze:\n, R. Gagie?, V. G. Manning, H. II.- Ilelyar," G. ; Punton, II. Souden, W. Butler, and the Secretary—Mr. S. G. Isaacs. MINOTES. \... The minutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The inward corresponce was ordered to be received, and the outward adopted. THE RABBIT PEST. A circular was received from the Grenfell Association asking co-opera tion in a monster deputation and ^petition,, to be presented in SydneyMn Easter week, to devise means to try and cope with the rabbit pest;.also asking that a gentleman be appointed to represent the Association on the deputation, and to forward names of persons to whom petitions could be sent for signatures. It was decided, after discussion, that ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Town Topies [BY OBSERVIER.] IN THE POLITICAL ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

[by obseitveil.] JN THE POLITICAL • ARENA. A' litfclo 'wliilerbttok I mentioned that ' "YVyalong was quite dor rmnt regarding political mutters. Is'ow I have to chronicle th>it it is all agog with excitement. We'liave had (wo candidates amongst ub, aud both have exposed their' views on the many subjects connected with Federation in u very able manner. The Committees formed on behalf of Messrs. Watson and Heffernan are very energetic—and not a stone is left unturned in the interests of the respective candidate—and everyone is confident of success. As far as I can hear, the contest can be summed up as Heffernan v. Watson. The selected Freetradc candidate (Mi\ Conroy) may bo expected here in a few days, and his address will be sure to place a different aspect on the hvfge amount of political matter we have already had—but I eannofcsay m&ch for his-chances of i election. , ITe will certainly make a.big split in the votes, and I am inclined ta. think that Mr. Heffernan will be...

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

ASPEOIATj MEETING- of the a^nro will In. h«!(l on SUNDAY NliXT, M«rcU 17, at 3 o'clock. BuBitifiBS.—To recniva nomination! for the; position of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Two Auditors, Thrpo Trustees,, Twelve Co'.r.mittcoman, and Secretary. FRED. HANCOX, Secretary.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. From the D[?]iop Pae[?]matic Tyre Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Cycling Notes. From thu I>!inio]i Pue'im itic Tyre Co Messrs. \V. .1 Proctor 11.11(1 H. 13. '.James, of the liu:i!o;> Tyro Comp inv, returned to Melbourne on Tuesday hy train from Mortlake, after a fruitless attempt to establish a 24 hours' road record on a 3t hoise power !De Dion "motorcar. They loft Melbourne at 11 a.m. on Monday, and ran through to Geelong (46 miles) against a strong herd wind in 3 hours A stay of I several hours . was made here,, as the j Vocord ride was not to start until 6 p.m. from the ten mile post towards "Wiiichelsea. Although the weather indications were not too favorable, a start was made to time, and fair pro gress made tn Colac (36 miles,). The next stage, to Camperdown, included the dangerous Stony rises, which were safely negotiated. Camperdown was renchcd, and after a short stay was left at 10.10. The good stretch of road, to Terang, 13i miles, was covered in 88 minutes:' A detour was then math) to'Allnnsford, and hack again to Terang, a dista...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

and General. fts" Horse Owners! Don't forget the Yalgogrin Kaccs next Thursday. Tfi» wftt" of" the late Premier of Queensland, IvTiV J. B. Dickson, has .been proved at £2000. Nice steady rnin commenced on Thursday. It will do mi immense Amount of good. ljt.'.-w. reported there will be some lively'"police conrt proceedings next ivi-eek. Mr. Stevenson, Po'uee Magistrate, returned'to'- Wyalong oii Wednesday evening, and took his seat on the ■Bench on Thursday morning. We are glad to se e him Baulc again, and 6b (at recovered ns to be ablo to resume duties;- ;■ 'J '?■ , ' : TKe Municipal quostion at Wyalong is running at a higher rate than evfer. It 'Would be hard to ilnd a Municip.il Cb'uncil conducted on similar lines. ' In Wyalong it is a enso of " do as I Bay, or take the consequonces." A most deplorable state of aft'»irs. Theie is.'-^o British freedom in that kind of conduct. •^Ho French flag occupies a pro minent position at Wyalong. Does tte tri color indicate that BHtish rule an...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 March 1901

Wyaloug Council. A special meeting of Council was i)eld in i lie Masonic Hall on Tuesday, March 12th, 1901. Oti account of the Finance and Works Committees hav ing to meet and deal' with business that had tjenn steadily accumulating for the past three or four months, it was getting on for 10 o'clock before tho Council sat. This was much com mented upon, by tho public, who thought a separate, night should have been set apart for the committees to meet. Present: The Mayor,* Aldermen Neeld, Davis, Plowes, James, Tyler, Moriarty, and the Town Clerk._ Aid. Pike waa present in the Cham J)S»'5"-bUt- did--noc take' his seat at the' table after sitting with the Finance Committee. Aid. James moved minutes as read be confirmed. . The Mayor wished an alteration to minutes to be made re saying he would not consult Council's solicitor or any one else. When he wished to settle a case her would use his ■ own discretion. Aid. Moriarty : Do you-wish to add that now ? The Mayor: ' No. I said it the ot...

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

Qricket. Tlie Warn boy ni! Federals played Marsden on the Litter's wicket last Saturday, and after a very good game the visitors >von by 3i runs. The wicket out up very badly and conse quently it was the bowlers opportunity of obtaining good averages, even when a badly pitched ball was sent down Mi.e batsa.en were unable to score as-it almost always a 'shooter.' The Fed erals in their first "innings-scored 51, Messi-f. E.'-BuKenshaw : and T. Dean with 11 and 10 respectively being the only two to. reach double figures, and in tln-ir second attempt they were dismissed for -15, or which Mr. G.Ellis made . 11.The Marsden players re sponded with 27 and 35. The bowling averages were: W. Dutten.shaw 6 for 8 f T. Dean 3 for 1 ; G. Ellis 6 for 15, and E. Buttenshasv 4 for 10, which speaks1 for itself. The visitors were banquetted at- Mrs. Curry's hotel, whore the toast of Marsden Cricketers, ■coupled.with that of M?-s. Curry, was proposed by Mr, E. lJutlenshaw aud carried in the usual way...

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 — 20 March 1901

'"Wanted. rnwo FEMALE COOKS, two HOUSE JL MAIDS, Good Hotels, One General, private liouso. E. T. D'ORNAY, Registry Office. LEAGUE of N.S.W, WHEELMEN WTALONG BRANCH, k GENERAL MEETING will bo lveld J\ at WELBY'S HOTEL • on W3D NESDaY, 20th irisfc., at 8 n,m. Business General. All Mombors are requested to attend. THOs A. SMITH, ' ' S<Vc; ■> A PPLICATIONS will be received' .until the 25bh instant; for filiing .the'.'follovv'ing Offices under the Couri-' ;cil 1—Town Cleric & Clerk citf Wonifc' • 2—Two. Competent Valuers.' ■ 3-r.MUNICIPAL Thspeotoii. Applications are to b&; addressed to " Tlio Mayor, Wyalong," and are to be endorsed "Application for the Office of -!—~' ' F. OHUDLEIGH, Mayor. Auctioneer and General . Conaraission Agent, HAS Bo-Opened nu9in«83 NEXT to the POST pFi'IOB, West Wyailong, Agent for EKeale and Co.. JLtd , Torpodo Sowing Machines and Pianos. Employers can bo Suited with Servanda tgjJ" Out-door Sales Conducted. Account Sales Delivered...

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H.A.C.B.S. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

, H.A.C.B.S. Baces. 'The annual r..ceB in connection-with the local Hibernian Society eventuated on the VVVst. Wyalonji; couiao on Mon ilay last., under most auspicious cir cumstances, and everything passed oil with eclat. Mr. Crouch hud the pub lican's booth, and did good business. The following is the result' of the 'racing:—■ Opening Handicap—6 fur. . G. Wally's Vindicator, 9-12 1 A; Regan's Little Forest, 7-12 ... 2 F. E. Wolhy's Weliireganjr, 7-6 ... 3 Blue Peter, 6-12, :ilso started. . . Betting: 6 to 4 on Vindicator, 3 to 1 Little Forest, 4 to 1 Weliiregang 10 to 1 Blue Peter Hibeknian Handicap—7 fur. M. Butler's Firefly, 6-12 i.1 VV. Sanderson's Ouden, 9-0 2 Mrs. Stone's Belie Isle, 8-12 3 Other starters1. Sunbonott, and Keepsake. Bjtting: Evens Sunbonett, 2 to 1 Ouden, 4 to 1 Belle Isle, 6 to 1 Fire-' fly, 1,0 to 1 Keepsake. Publican's Pukse—6 fur. . G. Wally's Vindicator, 9-12 ....... . 1. A. Re<ran's Little Forest, 7-12.... 21 R. Laureb's Bounty, 7-0 3 Other st...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

president Kruger and Irs former ^Vnvov"•■Extraordinary,- Dr. J- 'v TpwJ- have li'ttd a conference with ; qkher'Boer -envoys at Utrecht. -. Ex S-v.-l>at transpired'is not known, 5 but it is noted--llittt some, recent -news has much upset Mr. Kuugor. Groat quantities of food are beins forwarded to Pretoria by way. ot Dul^oa Bay. It is believed that the ' supplies are intended for the wo of '^ho Boers who .are about to sutrendei. Sir Wilfred Laurier, Premier;of the Dominion of Canada, has delivered a . : remarkable speech in the. Canadian House tf Commons. &r Wilfred declared/that the Boers " had appealed to the God of Bat tles, whose verdict if it favored British 'rule meant a Confederation on Cana dian line's, such as would secure for South Africa the blessing of liberty : and justice. : At the close of the Premier's, sp.ejecli the members of the, Ilouse i-osa. .and sang the National Anthem. i i The Boers Wave derailed a train'-at -VViI«e River, 40 miles east of Pretoria. ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

AN APPEAL.*'' Andrews v. Chow.y.—T.' JY An drews appealed against"-a conviction* madi) against hiui by the local :BencbV in November Inst, when ha was sen tenced to imprisonment for 3 months or pay a fine of £5, for an alleged as sault on orio Towels. His Honor dismissed the appeal, and the £5 was pnid.: 'Mr,'Harris appeared for :tha Crown and Mr. Evans.for appellant.,.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

.'.ifitf AKTEK There being no cri.hlnal caserBtis Honor, Judgo Rogers, was presented with ni pair of glovea by the " Sheriff: Mr. F. .Feelcl. ' ' ■ H.i$? Honor thanked the donor .for the gift, and congrAtulated-Mie!district on the nbsensa of crime..

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 — 20 March 1901

f Sewlces.,. -[ ' ChnrotLof Enffkuid. ■ All-Saint's'. W vale bp-. ;2.—11 E^r G W'italturi. jJ- 7.30','Mu J Chun noil 10.—7.3a, RtjvG W Batten, .17.—7.80, Rev S W Ratten 2i,—U a.m.,";"ResfG W Batten ' "■ _ 7.30,' Mr J Chsnncn ■ 31 .-r/^3Pi"Rev G.W.fiatten

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

Quarter Sessions:* The District Oourt and Court o£ Quarter Spssi'ohs were opened at .Wy». long on Saturday last bj-foro His Honor Judge Rogers. Mr. Har-ri® appeared as'Crown Prosecutor. DISTRICT COURT. There was only one case set down., for heaving, and that was McFtidzffa'rt, Clark and others v. T. Berry, for al leged breach of agreement. Mr. Evans appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Goonsn for defendant. .. . . ■■Tho.••plaintiff's case was that they had entered into an agreement.. witta: Berry."; whereby ...lie.: was to-sell them timber at-. 4s-6d per 100ft. , Gp,-cpiir siderpttio'T)' oK which agreements. E^errjr1' was not to sell or dispose of timber ,to,-' others , for a term -of 2 years. . Tha pluintiffS ' brought-> evidence . to-shows1' that the. agreement hftd. hot been CM>'-' ried out." . • ,1 Defendant denied tliHt'he'Ivkd Infa* fen " the agreement and brought^ evidence! to show that timber irejoctexlJ by plairittffs was'perfectly good.- * His Honor dismissed' fcbfe snifc,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

:St.-Barnabas' West Wyalonff. . I Moh 3.—7.30, Rev G W Ratton 10.*—7.30, Mir BfWlnister •/ 17.—11, Rev G W Ratten • 7.30, Mr Bannister 24.—7.30, Rev G. W Ratten Memorial Service—Late Mrs. Crisp. *3-1.—11, Kor .U W liiitten ,,7.3(\ Mr^Bannistor Sigh S.—Wumboyne 3.30, Rov.G'. Ratten 0.—Lake Oownl 8 p.m. • ' lt>.—Marsduna 11 a.m. „ 2».—Hiawatha 3 p.m. „ •25,-.—Btiok Crook 3 p.m. 0. W. Ratton;' Incurabont.

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League of Wheelmen. SYALONG BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

League, of Wlieelmeii. WYALONG BRANCH:. The ..annual election '.of'.'officers, iii <■ connection with the above took place/ on ■Saturday - Inst by ballot. 'Mr.;:S;->. G. Isa"rtt:ji.(Ro'turning:Offlcer) 'defclii-rdcJ'; the following duly elected * ■ President—Mr. S. G. Isaacs (unop^. posed). . , , Vice-Presidents — Messrs. IT. E Welby, J. Campbell, J. Walters, sanr., A. Duncan, and J. J. Crowley. Captain—Mr H.rR. Helyar. Sub-Capt'aia—Mr. J. H. Fraaer- ■ Secretary—Mr. T. A. Smith. ' Treasurer—Mr. D. Nicol'is. Handicappers—Messrs. G. Davis,. F. Chudieiffh, and T. A. Smith. •' Committee—Messrs. F. Chudlei»h, . V. G. Manning, G. Davis, H. R. Heii y>ir, J Fletchpr. P.' Conroy, W- C. Hunter, J". H.'Fniser, and R. Neeld. A general ineetins; of members is to be held. at Welby's Metropolitan^ Hotel to-night—Wednesday..

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Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

Wcsleyaa fr'orvioes. i ■; ■ l MnrcU 3, Wi'at Wynlonej 11. Spoedwoll 3 Wynlonfj 7.3[)t-0 ;U Wulkorn.^■ JVatiiboy n o 3—G-' iVuculs ;* •' ' «" Marfch 10, Br-rin,; i-r/-HifiWfc'fba Sj'West Wyalopir 7.30—0"G Wrtlkoin• Maroh I'D,—serjiu&-,^yalDrij» 7-30 p'm :0 T Coo!t M/irch 17, 'Westf'Wyalomf'11, Milfja 3 Wyalonf* 7.3Q-^Q (x W;ilkoiu ; Wamboyiie li. West jKynlons?7.3(£—"M" Woods March 2fi; VV,'i;m b oy n o' i 1"VVes t "Wy alon g 7i30—OG Wiilicdin; , "JSfcilrBh^f,"\Vi'st" V/yiilong 11,Spokdwoll 3, Wyalonjj 7i30—0; (J W.-ilkom • U Marriiifjof iiro so!qnniise<i and othbr rites of the fehui'ifh svd'.ninutored by tKe Circuit < : CQWalkom

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Ballot Papers and Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 20 March 1901

Ballot Papers and Rolls. The ballot paper? for the Senate are already being printed. The surnames , of the fifty candidates have been ar-. ranged: in alphabetical order. Sir must be voted for, ;uid forty-six struck out. This will involve some labor on, the part of the elector, find may also lead to-some confusion in his windy and it-is Anticipated thnt the.11 umber: of informal ballot papers will be a'briory mally large. The law, however, has to be observed. The State electoral law, under which the election is con duct idj exprpssly stipulated for the striking out of.the candidates who are not voted for. Atrthe electiop..of the' Federal ten the name* of those voted for were ticked off. This method wp,® foujnd to be simple,,and easily under stood by the average'elector. The electoral authorities state that the elector will be required to vote iii the one booth for the Senate and for the candidate for his Federal electorate. Whether he will "be "given both bal'ot papers together, or o...

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 — 20 March 1901

iProsbyforian Oln1rch. . 'S8Fvteos' will bn hold n,3 follows unti further notice:—Wyalong (Masonic Hall) 11 a.m.. West ' Wyalong (Presbyterian Church) 7.30 p.m. ' J; Kev. J- J. Thorp.

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