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OTHER FINES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

OTHER FINES; . J Lo--Tie ■.«n«I•>0 • :fll jiff on. «havrge-J I with a similar offehuS," did' hot ap pear. '■ On behalf of the former Mr. R. B Bloore appeared and pleaded guilty. Constable Collier stated that Nich olson was the aggressor and was the cause of the trouble, wliich taolc place in a. lane way in town. ■ IA 'riti was fined 12/ and'S/ costs, and KJcIiUIacn XL anJJ/ eo.sGi.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HE JOBBED ME" Riotous Behaviour Defendant Convicted. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

Riotous Behaviour Defendant Convicted . il-Iarry Smitv a laborer, pleaded not guilty at the local' police court on Wednesday to a charge: of riotous be haviour in Main Street ■ on 17tli ul timo.- ■... ■ -Mr. :E.~HarrIson, P.M., was on the Bench. ; .. ■ . Constable Sullivan ; explained, the circumstances:-At about 5.15 p.m. on the day in question,- in company- with Sergeant Johnston, lie saw a crowd in front of the Metropolitan Hotel. Ttiree men were holding defendant, anil three or four others were holding another man named Ashton. Smit was in "a fighting attitude. Walking up. to the crowd' witness asked defendant what the trouble was about. The 'lat ter, remarked, "Ashton jobbed me, and I'm only getting my own back." ' To the'!P.M.': Defendant had had drink, but was not drunk. Smith (on oath) stated'that he was not responsible for the trouble/ Three big men wanted; to fight him all the time. I-Ie never rose a hand. . ■' In reply to, Sergeant Johnston wit ness said' he worked under ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AT NARRANDERA West Wyalong Represented Ron Wright Third in Gift [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

SPORTS AT NAR RANDERA West Wyaiong Repre ' sented Eon Wright Third in . Gift The big sports meeting at Narran dera on Easter Monday attracted an attendance of between 6000 and' 7000 *—the gate. receipts totalling between £400 and'£500. ■ The track was set down'on turfa&d | was exceptionally fast . -The final was | held • at night, the track being bril iantly illuminated with 35,000; candle power electricity,' affording the spec tators a wonderfully clear .view of the races from start to finish. The club acquired11 the-use of the Jarman starting gate! which 'assures a perfect start for'' the*"competitors. The i Inventor is Mr; H. Jarman, of Narrandera. The Narrandera Gift, the. big,foot racing event of the'day, of 130 yards, carried prize'money of £130 and cup. This was won by F Jti Hudson(: Nar randera), with C. G. Garrard (Syd ney) : second; R. M. Wright: (West 1 Wyalong) third, and A. Treloar (Nar 'randera) fourth. ' : Mr. Leo Gateiy (West Wyalong), ■ competed in the 75^ya...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

Federal Parliament During the debate on an Appropria tion-Bill in thev House o£ Representa tives recently, V, the Treasurer (Dr. Page) was critisea by Mr. Theodore for what was .' termed the ''evasion" by. the Treasurer of questions that had , /been asked regarding recent criticism by ithe Auditor General on his method o£,: presenting the budget. Dr. Page pointed .'out that the Aud itor General had realised two points— one in connection with the presenta tions of accounts and the olier con cerning tlio . manner, in which expen diture from trust funds had been dealt with.] , • With regard to''the; first, a business like mp'hod lias been adopted under whie.'a Government accounts were s' P' avated from business accounts. This: method has been adopted by oilier. Australian Treasurers because it was not thought wise to add receipts such as those from the Post Office, which was an expanding business, to taxa tion receipts , which the Government was endeavoring to reduce. The sys tem adopt...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

Perch and Black Bream Obtainable In any quantity at the FREEZING. WORKS r:: LAKE CARGELLIGO JAi • Here's the cartridge that has set'a new standard of low-priced excellence. It is loaded with a special smokeless, powder. H a s .splendid velocity without ob jectionable'^ recoil. Much" lower breech pressure than similar loads' in the older types of powder. It is the ideal cartridge for ducks, quail and all-round shooting. WESTERN Super-X gives you 15 to 20 yards greater range and shortened shot string. O ther _ WESTERN cartridges include Boat 1' ati Rifle Cartridges and non fouling Marksman Lufaaloy .22 Long Rifle. World's Champion Ammunition Obtainable from ycur local storekeeper. If he is out of stock, write to— ■4 Noycs Bros. (Sydney) Ltd. C . 115 Clarcncc Street, Sydney. W.A. 9/12/28. . - When a few friends drop in for a dance, the posses m sto?i of a PLAYER-PIANO will gi"® the host and hostess a feeling or perfect confidence. jThese delightful instruments will provide the most enc...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

The Test of Satis faction-Renewals ! After seven years oper ations the percentage of renewals by the Producers and Citizens is unequalled by any Life Office in Aus tralia. The satisfaction of this solid army of mem bers is due to the con structive help the Pro-, ducers and Citizens offers them—the co-operative basis of the company and its association with the most important co-op erative bodies in the Commonwealth. PRODUCERS ^CITIZENS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE COY. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. 114-120 CASTLEREAGH ST. SYDNEY. DON'T forget C.W.A. Dance at Tal limba MONDAY, 2nd APRIL. MUTOL (COPPER OXY CHLORIDE) • • Guaranteed 55-57% Actual Copper The Dry Pickle for Prevention of Smut in Wheat i Ensures Clean Crops and Bigger Yields ; NOTHING ELSE AS GOOD Price 1/8 lb f.o.r. Melbourne or Sydney. Discount J Ton 5%. 1. Ton 10%. ALL AGENTS AND STOREKEEPERS ' COLLINS HOUSE, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE FAT STOCK, PIGS and CALVES CONSIGN TO New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company Limited, Sydney You...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

Jw- ENSURE SATISFACTION " BY CONSIGNING TOS— The Ccuweaitb Wsol aRd Produce Co., ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Plq» Calves, Rklns, Hide* J Consignments revive personal truperviaron and are oniy Handled by. experts. Same attention given to small consignments as veil as large ones. > Prompt attention Liberal advances If required Help tlie Company to extend its past policy ot vigorous, pro gressive development along sound lines, maintaining its present [ principle of refunding part commissions based on profits for I any given year. | OVER £34,500 returned to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during the past lour years Wool Department under direct personal supervision of the General Manager Stock Denartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden Address: 3 Bent Street. Sydney. MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER 41 _V0., LOCAL ..fci-RE^ENTATlVES TYRE jo t THEN the tread of your tyres wears through remember that the body of the tyres is usually intact, and let us retread them....

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TWO FINE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

TWO FINE SPORTS The over , popular .Richard Barthel mess will hold pride o£ place on the programme for Saturday 14ih, with his most successful photoplay; to: date. "The Drop Kick". Gaiety,.sadness, ro mance and all the thrills of a' big loot- ■ ball game are mirrored in j.liis truo to life story • of youth untamed.. The sec ond feature, "Bred in Old Kentucky" features dainty Viola Dari'a who gives tlie performance of "her* caroer anil shows to advantage her "inimitable tal ent and charm in this unparelleled drama'of the turf. There's two fine stories of sport' dear to all truo Aus tralians-Gracing and football. On vMon day .16th an old favorite, Harry Carey is featured 'in "The Man :from Red Gulch," a .'^dramatic:plcturizatioii ot Bert Hart's'immortal novel/ It is ro mantic, and thrilling story of the. gold -rush; days'.' in 'California—a, theme of ^tremendous ■. force and "appeal. The supporting; feature is "Cupids Knock-, out" featuring, the ; worlds ; champion, athlete, ; Frauk',...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FINED £5 For Offensive Behaviour [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

FINED £5 ) For Offensive Behaviour John H. Crilley, a well-set man, and a stranger to the town, pleaded guilty: at the local police court on Wednes day-to a charge of offensive behaviour in the public street. Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., was on the Bench, and Constable Sharkey prose cuted. The P.M. imposed a fine or £5 or 14 days in West Wyalong lockup..,,, ( > Defendant , said ho had not-,.the money; to. pay the fine, , J- . . ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

HASSALL BROS. . WEETHALLE . , We are Cash Buyers of WOOL, SKINS, HIDES & TALLOW , HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN RING IS-—n—TVEETHALLE

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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ANOTHER FIRE In Main Street FOUR PREMISES DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

ANOTHER FIRE In Main Street FOUR PREMISES DESTROYED A .destructive fire occurred in West Wyalong at about ■ four o'cIocK OH Good Friday morning, when tour wea therboard premises situated near Hanson's Tattersall's Hotel, together with the contents, were completely destroyed. These were a four roomed residence owned by Mrs. E. Melville, a boot repairing shop, occupied by Mr. G. R. Bell, office premises, occupied by Mr. E. A. Wilder, and private residence occupied by Mrs. T. Heares. When the alarm. was raised the premises were well allglit, and al though the morning .was calm the flames spread rapidly. The brigade arrived promptly and succeeded in saving the premises occupied by Messrs Weaver and, Baker, painters, and other buildings adjacent. The premises owned by Msr. Mel ville were pot insured. ; Mr. Bell, ,whose loss included boot making machinery, pianola, etc., had the stock insured; in the Patriotic Insurance Co., Ltd.(j in the sum of £350, while, the balance of his stock was ....

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

Organisation stands be hind the New Rugby Car, first during the entire process of manufacture, second throughout its long and competent service to its owner. Knowledge of Australian require ments, the skill to apply it and the equipment to fashion it are so or ganised as to produce a quality car at the lowest possible price. 1 Through service facilities that are world-wide this organisation con tinues to function on a permanently established basis. The content ment that goes hand in hand with Rugby Car ownership is the result of its active presence. Yet another reason why the New Rugby Car is the " Aristocrat " of the»Iow pricc field. The New Silent Rugby Four and the Greater Rugby Six are made in Canada, assembled in Australia and fitted with Australian bodies. Local Agents: H. EDWARDS SNEBEOiSS LIP 258 Castlcrcagli Street, Sydney. The NEW. KUGBF CAR —- ^ FOURS'*"^ SIXES'' A Car you'll be proud to drive. •[N.R.8. Assoc.] Whatever,you take during the day make the last drink One Wolf...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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DOG PUPPIES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

DOG PUPPIES. .First Round: Secret Ballot beat Sea Money; "Cintan beat Scrooginear after an undecided course;' Easy Voyage beat Laddie Limes; Jack Palotta beat Flouiste aCter two undecided courses. •First Tics: Secret Ballot beat Uin tan; Jack Palotta beat'Easy Voyage. Deciding Course: Mr. J. .Greentree's blk and w d~ Secret Ballot (Concrete —Arabella) beat Miv 0/ Wliittaker's r d Jack lPalotta (Brass Buttons— Happy Deeds).

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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COURSING Opening Meeting Successful Goldfield Wins Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

COURSING Opening Meeting Suc cessful Goldfield .Wins Cup In glorious. sunsiune, with a nip in the almo.siilie.ve to render the outing pleasant, the opening meeting for 192S, o£ the West Wyalong Coursing Club was successfully held on Satur day, 7th inst., and Monday, 9th inst. Despite the fact that there was an exodus of townspeople to the city and elsewhere ,all bent on embracing the attractions Incidental to the Easter period, the attendance on both days was large, the women-folk evincing a particularly keen interest in the courses. From Temora, Sydney, Forbes, and Wattamundra (in the Grenfell dis trict) were visitors, some of whom were present at a local meeting for the first time. The enclosure, aided by the recent rains, looked its best, the landscape on either side being considerably en | lianced by Hie prolific growth of her bage which, happily, obtains through out the district at the present time. Improvements to the enclosure were to be found in a new publican's booth and se...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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(Published by Arrangement) GAOL FOR 22,500 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

(Published by Arrangement) GAOL FOR 22,500 YEARS An - Associated Press message states that, 'according to a report is sued by the U.S.A. Department of Justice, "the records of the division jf the Department having to do with logal questions involved in' the en fQrcementi!1n the Federal courts of the-'natidnlAf!' prohibition law - show, that during the fiscal year which clos 3d'.-June'.'30; 1927, • there: were 13,617, Dersonsi sentenced to' gaol or prison jnder thatiilaw for an average1 of 139 lays in each case. "For criminal .acts committed in viola tion-of this law, 26,778 persons were lined during the year. There were en forced 3,413 permanent injunctions representing the closing o£: .property, for :■ a - period o£ time from -three months- to a year. "Since the enactment o£ this prohi bition law' -fines aggregating more than £8,400,000 have been imposed upon violators/ and gaol sentences to talling more ^ than 22,500 years.1 "Down to the end of the fiscal year June ' 30, 1927, the...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT SKINS FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

RABBIT SKINS FIRM Winclicombe,. Carson- Ltd.. report: ■ Supplies ;Of .rabbit skins at: "Wednes day's Sydney -sales .-.totalled:;Mh tons. Competition was keen and values, rul ed firm., on late levels, incoming made to 53d. per lb.,:Autunm to 48d. racks 3Sd.. to 40d., 2nd. pelty to G4d. 3rd pelty to 39d. 4th pelty > to .33d.,. 2nd does to 39d.-, 3rd does to. 31d., kittens, and smalls 25d. to37d., dam aged 25d. to 37., greasy 25d 4 to 40d. Best bare skins sold from 1%'J- to 17/ per dozen., 2nds 5/- to. 0/6. and infer ior 1/0 to. 2/. • )

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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'PHONE MATTER Facilities at Wardry Mr W. W. Killen, M. H. R., forwards us the following letter for publication:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

'Phone matter Facilities at Wardry •iMr \V. „Wi, ■Klllen, • tor-j wards us the following letter for pub lication:- • Referring to my communication dat ed 25th October,'1927, relativie to rep resentations made by Mr. W. J. Ir vine, Hon. Secretary, Tuilibigeal Ag-, ricultural Bureau, Box'G Tiilliblgeal, r lative to the provision of telephone facilities at Wandry, the Um'.ier Secre tary, Department, of Lands, has intim ;ated that the proposed name.'Wandry lias already* been used for a calling station on- the Condobolirt-Euabalong Road, and in view of the -possibility of confusion arising, has suggested jtliat the proposed Telephone Office ! at tlio premises of Mrs 0. Peacock bo named "Wardry South" I shall 1)0 glad if you will , inform Mr. Irvine accordingly, who might ad vise thin office If there is any oh jection to the name. Yours faithfully, J. W. KITTO Deputy Director, Post and Telegrupha

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

♦ * ♦ * Which establish a new high standard of indi viduality and smartness;; COATS WOOL. VELOUR COATS, Silk lined. Fur Collars and Cuffs. FUR COATS, Fancy lined. TAILORED COSTUMES FROCKS ENGLISH WOOLLEN LUMBER JACKETS, SPECIAL FELT HATS, two tone. EVENING FROCKS, Georgette, Lame, and Crepe de Chene. HANDBAGS, KID GLOVES, SILK GUOVES. KAYSHR AND AS-YOU LIKE-IT HOSIERY, in all wanted Winter Shades. SILVER BEAD FRINGE FUR TRIM MINGS, GOLD AND SILVER LACES, in all widths. John Meagher & Co, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, WEST WYALONG <§> ❖ ♦ <s> ❖ <S> ❖ W. BRERETl'N M.p.S. WIshsH to notify the Public of West Wyalong and District that he dtfen all branches of DENTISTRY. MURRAY'S GLOBE LIVERY STABLES Rear Exchange Hotel HOE^jS & VEHICLES FOTt laALE, HIRE, OR KSCHANGE W'-'iing Parties Catered For The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd. MR. T. A. SMITH having left tha district, the above agency has been taken over by A. E...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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REFUSED Application from, Ungarie Protest by Police [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

REFUSED Application from, Ungarie Protest by Police At the West. Wyalong Licensing Court on Wednesday, before Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., Robert M. Maekrell applied for a spirit merchant's-license for the township of Ungarie. Mr. Evans (G. P. Evans and Eng lert) appeared for the applicant Robert M. Maekrell deposed: I am j a barman, residing at Ungarie. i am ' t!le applicant for a spirit merchant's license in premises situated in. Wobl ongough Street, Ungarie. I previously conducted an hotel and have not been convicted under the Liquor Act for any offence. There, is at present only one hotel at Ungarie ,where I >aru em-1 ployed as barman. To Sergeant Johnston: I don't know the population of Ungarie. I . should say the present hotel is capable of supplying all the liquor required in that town. I propose to conduct a small store in conjunction with the spirit license. To the P.M. I have not started the store yet. 1 am still barman at the hotel. ■ > To the Sergeant: Big additions 'are...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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EXCESSIVE SPEED Motorist Fined [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

EXCESSIVE SPEED Motorist Fined Before Mr. E. • Harrison, P.M., at the local police court 011 Wednesday, A.' G. McNeilly pleaded guilty to driving a motor car ia Main Street at a speed dangerous to tlie public. Constable Sharkey, who prosecuted, stated on oath that defendant, at 9.30 p.m., drove his car in Main Street at an approximate speed of 30 miles an hour. There were a number of people in' the street at the time. Defendant ; was an efficient driver. In reply to the Bench, defendant stated that all he had to say was that :the speed mentioned by the constable was exaggerated. He was driving to wards Wyalong at a speed of between .15 and 20 miles an hour. That speed !was necessary. • The P.M., In imposing a fine' of £3 and, 8/ court costs, remarked .that, the streets of West Wyalong were far too narrow to permit of such a rate; of speed being travelled by motorists.

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