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

► ^The'. Newi ^Tested by Motor Editor of Sydney "Herald" V In a test conducted by the Motor Editor of1 the ''Sydney Morning Herald" a standard Hudson ^ ; Sedan recorded the following brilliant performance: SPEED Maximum,in "top" 77m.p.h. Maximum in "2nd" 53m.p.h. Maximum in "1st" 28_m.p.h. HILL CLIMBING One of Sydney's most notorious hills, Arden Street, Coogee, was climbed by the Hudson in "top" gear, the speed at the crest being 30 m.p.h. ACCELERATION 10 to 30 m.p.h. in "2nd", 4| sees. 10 to 30 m.p.h. in "top", 7 sees. 4 V r PETROL CONSUMPTION I Including speed work and hill climb the HUDSON covered over 36 miles S and the petrol consumption was 19.5 [_ m.p.g. No coasting was done. HUDSON—Now .an Economy Car \ Cash or Terms £445 Cars Traded-in 4 Chassis £357/10/ A Truck • The Reliable ' 25-30 Cwt. British Built ' :BEAN —the Truck that will serve you 24 hours a day for 7 days a week and never let you down. You Depend LOCAL DEALER a a? DALGETY & CO. LIMITED 136 Phillip Stree...

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

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

BXJRGOONEY NOTES j (Pro lnour Correspondent) Thunderstorms again prevailed on I Wednesday afternoon and in some parts it was very heavy and in others only a few points fell. At Tulllbigeal it was extremely heavy and on the previous day three inches fell, while Wednesday's appearance pointed to' heavy falls. Burgooney siding had a I fall of about two .inches and the roads were flooded. Further south the falls' were lighter. ; j Farmers owning' tractors are. hav-! Ing a difficult passage with them this season owing to. the sodden condition' of the land. Numerous bogglngu have held up most of them and the present. rains will ;add to their diffi culties. / . Nearly,-, all farmers - have t. started sowing and if the weather would clear up i.largO: areas would be under culti vatloa. * * «■ " I regret to record the death of Mrs; Walker, wife of Mr. Walker,, manager of the Commercial ■ Banking ■ Co. of Sydney, Cargelligo Branch. The sad event was unexpected; The deceased lady liad a poisone...

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

BXJRALYANG ! Sir-' - '■ -:; j (Prom our Correspondent) Over two inches of rain fell as a result of the rains last week.' ■ On Tuesday afternoon the flood waters from the hills entered the homes of Messrs. Nancarrow, McFadyen and .Mrs. McCutclieon. The waters this time did not do so much' damage to fences, etc. Most of the farmers are starting sowing operations this week. ■ In1 many cases, however, : the growth- of rub bish makes it necessary to go over much ground before it will be possible to sow. -ft Messrs Dave and Allan Gibson are at work in, the • district with - their grader. * -:<• ' * The annual meeting of the Bural yang Tennis ■ Club was .held■; at. tho club's tennis courts on Sunday, 1st April. The election ot officers for the year resulted as follows:— President.—Mr. N. McNeill. ■' .<■ i Vice-Presidents: Messrs. J. White-' house and O. Olsen. • • I Secretary, and Treasurer: -M r. A. Cooper. The membership fee for, the year was fixed at gents. 5/ and ...

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

UNGARIE GOLF CLUB The opening nay of the Ungarie Golf Club has been fixed for 15th instant. The course is now in a much better condition than it was during the past season, Tor the floods have cleared away much of the debris and fallen timber which was previously the bane of the novice, and the fair ways have been extensively opened up by the removal of trees and other obstructions. The number and the er I tliusiasm of the members who at | tended the annual general meeting presages a very prosperous and suc cessful season for the club this year. ! : The business transacted at the meeting was as follows: I . After confirmation of the minutes of lhe previous meeting and adoption of the balance sheet for 1927,; the fol lowing officers were elected:— .. President: vMr. J. Rial." I Vice-Presidents: Messrs H. C. Dry-, den and J. R. Munro. • Secretary and Treasurer: Mr. F. R. 'Hayes. ' Committee: Messrs Hake, Kinred, and Whitehouse. . ; Auditors: Messrs Adamson and Halce. I .On tlip motion...

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

D. R. BEDFORD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT WOLLONGOUGH ST., UNGARIE Agent for Queensland Insurance Co. Phont 69, Ungarie. When we put the NEW Goodyear Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "G oodyear's Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather * Tread—the famous old © All-Weather re designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. . : ; i , TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goody ear's Greatest Tyre." You get safety, too; and long, sloto even tread wear', quiet, smooth running; good loofys and trouble-proof mileage. " Come in and let us show you this tyre! \ ' 1 A. LINDNER, : ■ PHONE 67. WEST WYALONG A. W. General Commission Agent UNGARIE Large Stocks of Super and Buntieide on Hand. A. W. STIG> WILL Box 40 UNGARIE. Phone 15 Give Mii a Trial Satisfaction Guaranteed ' - ■ ■' ' V 1 . •' 'i^adio ■ zepiwm, with t"hel ' RAD! OLA 8TAMDARDU6" A 6 Valve' Superheterodyne Broadcast Receiver. Housed in high grade Cabinet and entirely complete with all accessories, including...

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

THE JIBBER . "E.S.S." in the "Bulletin"' writes; ,'Talkin' about jibbi'. horses, said i Droney, 'reminds mo of Spanker, a slab-sided half draugh who didn't be lieve in too much exertion, an' was addicted to lioldin' stop work meet ings with himself . at inconvenient times an' places: I took, him down the paddock for a. lead oE wood one mor nin', and when I'd- loaded the • dray, havin' put on a couple of 'sticks ex tra than usual, the old scamp went on strike. We .argued about it- for half an hour, but all he'd do was snort an" shake his head, as much as to say 1 ws overloadin' him accordin' to tlio award weights. So;I loavos-him to think it over.' Near dinner time I went back to him, an' we arbitrated for another half hour, but he was still too obstinate to turn a wheel. "All right" I says, "keep on arguing, bu> you can't go home without that cart." Mid-afternoon I goes to: him for an other conference, but lie hadn't chang ea ins mind yt. T gavo lilra lii r Hthp. Pa'rt lilni anoi...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OBITUARY THELMA JEAN SLOAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 April 1928

OBITUARY THELMA JEAN SLOAN The deathoccurred, at the Wya-         long District Hospital on Friday last   6th inst., of Thelma Jean Sloan,       aged 12 months and two weeks,   daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Sloan of Weethalle. The remains were laid to   rest in the Methodist portion of the cemetery, Wyalong, the Rev. Palmer   (Presbyterian) officiating.  

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"NO MERCY" Says Judge Cohen [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

"NO MERCY" Says Judge Cohen At the Darlinliurst Sessions, Sept imius Claude Hilmes, a former em ployei of Tucker & Co. Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, who stole £5000 from the firm and spent most of (it In Rumbling, was sentenced to four, •years penal servitude. After Counsel hade made a plea for leniency, Judge Cohen said, "It is fu tile for anyone who took his employ ers money and dissipated It in excess' by drinking and gambling to expect mercy from nve." It was stated that the prisoner had been sentenced to 18 months goal at 'Orange for emhezzelment and faisifi 'catlon of books. , Holmes, who has deserted his wife, 'was arrestqd in an Edgecllffe flat, where,; it was stated, )ie lived with Uyjo. young, women. (

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HEARSE BOGGED Poignant Funeral Scenes [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

HEARSE BOGGED Poignant Funeral ;.*■: Scenes :i-. Poignant Incidents beset a funeral procession proceeding from Goulbum 1 to Spring Valley. Fooiie'd creeks broke up the cortege aiid tlie hearse twice became fast in the mud when it-was found advisable to, make ,a detour through liie bush. Normally, the funeral would have covered 36 miles, whereas between. GO and 70 miles had-to be covered. Con sequently, the burial did not take place until 6.80 p. mv—-two; and a half hours: after the intended time. Several ,of the mourners did not arrive back in Goulburn until late at iiight. I

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MAILEY'S ELEVEN At Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

MAILEY'S ELEVEN At Cootamundra Y : Mailey's Eleven dismissed >Doota raiindra for 190, the googly bowler getting 4 for Gl. Thompson scorea 37, Atwood 34, Weymouth 23! not out and Hicks and Mason each 22. The visitors replied with 110 for C wickets Tommy Andrew 48 not out. . ' At Dudauman on Thursday the home team got 2C3, Lahy making a nice 6S and c?ight others getting doubles. The visitors had six down for 90, with Andrews going jjtrongly. Mr. Bob. Aklridge, who saw the latter game, interviewed Messrs. Malley and Wright on the question of a turf wicket for Temora and found themi sympathetic. If an application gocB In they v.ili lend their assistance

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£225 SNATCHED Daylight Robbery [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

£225 SNATCHED Daylight Robbery ? A daring daylight robbery occurred on Wednesday niornitJR in Claredon. Street, South .Melbourne, when ;i bag contaJnliiK i'220 was Matched ' Tiom '^n" "employee of the; &tur Hotel The Voljber yjja<JJj(k eHcap';.

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PORT STEPHENS Agitation for Development (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

PORT STEPHENS Agitation for Develop • ment1 (BY WIRE) / Sydney, Monday; Evening ■, .. A conference to consider the-best •means of developing; Port Stephens was opened at the ,Tea Gardens. : > .; It urged the construction of rail ways and roads. •. . Mr., .Bruntnell, Chie^ Secretary, promised to submit requests to - tlu - Cabinet but explained that to. make. Port Stephens an overseas shippings port would cost between *£8;000,090 and £10,000,000. : ; l | '

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AUS. WOMEN WIN First Tennis Test in South Africa (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

' AUS. WOMEN WIN First Tennis Test in Soiiiith Africa (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening . ..A cable. £rom Cajiei.owii states that' tlie.':*''Australian''.v1 Women's ^tennis players defeated. SouUi. Africa/ inHiie first test by six games., r"••., J • Rubbers and sets were equal.

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HARBOR BRIDGE Crane Driver's Strike (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

HARBOR BRIDGE Crane Driver's Strike (BY WIRE) Sydney. Monday. Evoning*,,:T' The crane drivers- employed,in.the, construction of. the; North . , Shore; Bridge went on strike this-morning, v { r They/declare;-that : while , the jien; inside the shop had been,, granted aaj {nciT.oarse in pay, they had- bijen over looked. ■ . ... , , .y'r' "V-'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

Presbyterian Church WEST WY ALONG ANNUAL FA and FLOWER j . MASONIC HALL Thursday and Friday APRIL 26 & 27, 1928 M. GRELLMAN, . . Secretary. WAR SERVICE HOMES COM MISSION TUNDKUS, addressed to H. W. IIol man, Architect, Went WyalonK, from whom tender forms, etc., may bi; ob tained, and which close aL noon, J7th April, Jt)2H, are invited for the erec tion of a Timber Cottage at West WyuloiiK. No tender necessarily ac cepted. ' i ( ■ II. I,. WALTERS, .■j. .Commissioner. P.P. Board Election • TO THE RATEPAYERS *■ t •' Ladies and Gentlemen, ' Iphave pleasure in announcing that I am a candidate for (.lie forth com ins: Election of Directors of the Condobolin ,PiP. Board. Having resided in tl)e di?' trict for a lengthy period, and having been a Membor of the Board for sev eral terms, I feel that I can claim to have faithfully served the interests of the Stockowners and men'on the late1.. If re-elected you can rest assured that your interests will continue to receive my closest atte...

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METHODIST CHURCH Sunday 23rd April [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

METHODIST. CHURCH " Sunday 23rd April . Lake Cirgelligo 11 a.m • Mr. C. Tarers Bootawa 11 a.m.-- . ; - Narad han 3 p.m. Blairgowrie . 7.30 "p.m. - ■ REV. J. W. SPEXCER Burgqbney.il a.mi. / . , . Weja Hall 2.30 p.m. Winnun'ga 4'p.m.j-i •. •Ungarie 7.30 p.m.-1 : REV". S. PIPER

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WIFE DESERTION New Zealand Law [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

WI^E DESERTION New Zealand Law | At„the Newtown Police Court Lion I el;Cljitprd. BrioKy, 45, a horsetrainer [ appeared on a provisional warrant r issued'in Nsw..Zealand, charging liiin witii wife desertion. When (he, police intimated that 1( was desired to -^withdraw ,the charge iimleiy.inslruptions from New Zealand tlie -defendant ;was discharged. " : ■ .. Tlie magistrate saicMie.-.noticed that in-New Zealand tliere was a law which prevented a married.man from leaving the, jcountry. jWitliout, permis sion of a magistrate. He considered that such a law was;necessary in this country. .

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METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, 23rd April [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

METHODIST CHURCH . Stinday/ 23rd.April V; -v Wamboyne 11 a.m: : . ■ ; Mallee Plains 3 p.m. ; : ? -West Wyalong 7.30 p.m.* Subject: "What's the use o£ going to Church?" -> Rev. ■ George E. Evans. ;

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GOLF President's Trophy [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

.GOLF President's Trophy Members and Intending members, are'reminded that. Wednesday J^ext (18th), Is opening day. A. mixed four-; some will be played for tlie Presj-i dent's trophy, play to commence a: 2.30 p.m. sharp. . The links are now in first class ol der and. are right up to! date—length 2700 yards,'bogey 38.' The ljandicaps-1'as allotted -by, rlie Handicap Committee (Messrs; Gagi;, Johnson! ,and -Boyd) are: as-r follows:, W. C; Johnston .. -A . H. Helyar ,4 J. Lambourne .4 K. Lucas r .. S F. H. Stivens .... .. 8 I>. E. Sharrpclc ., .. 12 ■ £1 »• A. Gagie 12 ■ " J. Boyd 12 G. Emmett ..i v.i •..i > .r, 14 - G. W. Cussen 11 : D. P. McGee 11" A. B .j Grellman .:. ;■■■: ■ l'l W. J. Macdonald ;. .. .. • 14 ■; A. W. Badgery .. '. .. . 1G ; E. Lamb.ourne 16 ■ J. Swan ..- ..) .. .'. .. 16 W. J. Field ..' 18 R. Grellman IS ■ F. PlacketL IS II. Madden ' . . v.. 20 C. n. Watts .. .. 20 T. J. Wattors 20 F. J.;Brooks •» 20• = j -• X. Eiimitft 20 R. Fawcett .. • r ..... 20, R. B. Blo...

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