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Adelong and Thereabout. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

Adolong and There about. (Fri'in our Correspondent) The Gibraltar G. JT Co. has taken .over til" Caledonian minu. unci it is expected lo t>;ivo n ^renter i 1/1 pffcus, to local minin'r. l'i liticd matC"rs are quiet Sir William Tjyno's return being considered ri>rln.in. lint it is in this coeksurunoss on tin- part "f his supporters where nil tlio danger lies. Jli Godda-ril's recent visit" iv:ih not veiy impressive and many freetraders are 'hrowing iu their lot will) the protection ist. Some of the landholders on tho Gihnore Creek linvo got notice that dredging opera tions are soon to commence in that looaity. Several meetin3 have bed, called and pe titions -out down ayaiosr it but it appears tho drudges are to dm" for all that. The fruit- crop is very good this yem\ and tons of it are going to waste and being fed to pigs. An old resident of Uppor Adelong was buried on Sunday—Mr R. Curr;\ senr Hu was over 8 (years of age, and was an old pioneer of tlio district. He leaves a grow...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Important to Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

Important to Electors. • Mr. Hoi man received the following telegrams; whioh were r^ad nt Mr. Watson's meeting on Wednesday night : — "Electors entit'ed to vote within t.he boundaries of-the Bland Federal Electorate may vote for the Senate and House of Represpntatives at any polling place within such boundaries. If the Grenfell State electorate is wholly within the 'Bland Federal boundaries, the previous answer ap plies. If a portion of the Grenfell electorate is within other Federal electorates, electors within such por tions will have to vote »it the polling place within such Federal - electorate. Inquiries aro being made as to the -position..of the Grenfell boundaries will wire result to-morrow. At;tornev General out of town.-—Hxjgii Pollock, Sec. to Attorney General." : Tlie > fallowing is a copy of a later wire, received from I he same source .:— "That part ot Grenfell Statu elec torate not within Bland, but within Cannblns, is generally from and in cluding Marsd'-n and Lake...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Bland Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

Bland Electorate. Mr. P. HeffV:rnan addie^'d the ■-lectors at (rrcnfcll on Wednefd.y evening, and whs fieewJud a splendid reception. The Muyor (AUI. Thomson) occupied tho cli iir, and then; was a good attend aice of electors. Mr. He'ffi-rnn.n..in his usual straight forward and practical manner dealt with tlio various subjects that will engage the at'ention of tli>; Federal Parliament, arid was frequently ap plauded during hi?) address. At the conclusion ho received a hearty vote of thanks At Piney Range and Rimhi Mr. Heflfernan had enthusiastic receptions, and will poll 90 per cent, of the votes. At the latter place a committee forty strong was formed to secure his return. — Com 111 u nlea ted. Mr. Heffernan wires us from Young stating that he had a good raws ting there, and was accorded a splendid reception.

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 — 23 March 1901

GIVES . PRAISE. J frjir J v* ELLIS. Sa ('For f/rs t; Jrn-hhanlt Standard.'*) A rh.'«rmir?; rcsnlovccj, actuated fit (M ;fMI .siivrrV J is occupied by "}f r. .Kilm J«'fOj>U KUis. A vcpvest-iilatfve L:^:oin ihiii j-ajxri- w }io recently called lliero fWiuiU- of i.Uo following remarks: — ".•{ »• &>im*Uiing went radically wrong with \nv sv^oni/' itl *ir. Ellis. *'1 noticed my i.c»*n:f1 i.Nioti gelt; tig. more tallow every day, •■uut i-'i'.U colour had ' do\)jirteu from my -clie':i ??. My appeUfc \vns by no means bad, ' tdih- ; 1 i'o'-nd I was lo ing weight. It' :'v(li«t ' r«'tjuirc a .superabundance of intelli ' Lu:iiT io mulct bland that my food was not /doi: any and in time 1 had very un evj 'eucc,s in several ways which \went to show that my food was not hein^ ^;Vii;;<ylod. My meals Vero attended with ^uf^c'jnent p »ins in the fitoinarji, which :?Jn<VL*lied up my bach, and caused much /•eulict ing '>11<1 inconvenience. My head was...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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The Federal Election. MR. WATSON AGAIN BEFORE THE ELECTORS. WYALONGITES PASS A UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

The Federal Elec tion MR. WATSON AGAIN BEFORE . THE ELECTORS. 'W Y A.LONGITES PASS A UNANI-' ! AlOUrf VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. . Mr. J, C. Watson, M.P., who is contesting the Bland Electorate in the forthcoming election for the House'of Representatives in the Labor Protec tionist interests, addressed a laige number of electors at Gtouch's Hotel, West Wy.-ilong, on Wednesday night last. It was unfortunate f'>r Mr. Watson that an atmospherical dist urb ance (iri the form of a thunder slorin) occurred duiiiig'the latter part of the evening. But 'notwithstanding this, a large number of supporters and nwi supporters rallied' together to give Mr Watson n fair arid impartial hearing. Several ladies -occupied 'seats on the platform (balcOny) including Mrs. W. A. Holman—wile ' of our respected member. . i On the motion of Mr W. Thorn, seconded by Mr,Jus. Plowes, Mr. W. T. Coornin, , „3y,is .voted to the chair. Mr. C'donan.gaid that before proceeding'with the meeting he would read out an apolog...

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 — 23 March 1901

£ liy tu ri'in*' i / h u r<-h. Services will he held ag follows unf.i fmthor notion:—Wyulnnjj (Masonic Hftll) 11 a.m., West AVynloiifj (Presbyter bin Church) 7.30 p.m. Bov. J. J. Thorp.i:

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

Wesleyaa .Services. * March 3, Wpst-Wyalnni* 11. Speedwell 3 Wywlnng 7.30—C U Walkom; Wansboyne 3—G Wuods March 10, Bonn 11, Hiawatha 3, West Wyalonsr 7.3i>—(' Q W,ilk<mi March ID,—Additional service, Wynlong 7-3 ipm (J T Cook March 17, West Wyalons? 11, Mit^a 3 Wyalon<£ 7 .'iO—C G Wailcom ; Wamboyne U. West Wj'nlonjf 7.30—"Woods March 2 t, Wamboynu 11, West Wvulonc 7.30—C G Walkom . March 31, West Wynlnhf* .11, Speedwell: 3i .Wyalong 7.30—0 G Walkom Mnrrim>os are po einiiifed and other rites of the church administered by the Circuit Minister. . ■ ' C G Walkom

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

London, Thursday.—Lord Kitchener I reports'that- Coil) rim nciant Phillip | Botha has been killed in action- at Dofnbei'K-, in-the Orange River Colony'. The Boors then disbanded'. ' Do Wet is near Hcilbi on, j It is reported tll;it friendly negotia tions between Loudon and St. Peters burg will amicably sett'o the Tient-sin raihvay siding dispute between .Britain und Russia. It is reported that the Russian troops at Port Arthur have been ordered to proceed (o Tient-sin. Sir Alfred Milner intends to remain at Johannesburg for tineo months. Lord Kitchener having confirmed the sentence passed on three prisoner-: convicted of treason, murder, and train wrecking,, they were shot. Commandant Kriutzinger has been driven north by the British troops, losing -10 men killed and wounded. The B-itish War Olliee is sending three million blankets and tnnny com forts to tho troops iu South *e~ r . ^vxrica. Colonel Dean is organising a force of sixteen tihousand Yeomanry.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 March 1901

Telegraphic. Sydney, Fnday.-^-Mi's. Richards, who was shot by her son at Grawlinj near Forbes, is slowly recovering. The Queensland Government has de cided not to insure tliehves of the Fifth and Sixth Contingents, as they ■> have found it cheaper to pay insurance moneys than pay the premiums. ; No -farther cases of the plague were repprted yesterday from any p'ace. An enthusiastic public welcome was' given in the Centennial Hall to the American Temperance lecturer, Francis Murphy. There was a ...big. crowd present. A portion of the wool cargo aboard the four-masted barque Waterloo, now lying off Miller's Point, was burned' List night. The Indian troops have returned to Melbourne from New Zealand by the Del lion sie yosterday. The Victorian Premier is cabling to India asking the Government to allow at least a part of the troops to remain at Melbourne to take part in the Duke of Yoru festivi ties. ; , Messrs. Beale and Co.'s piano factory ■it An nandale was partly diatroyed by liv...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Bicycle Club. OPENING RUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Bicycie Glub. OPENING RUN., The bicycle club held their first run^ of the season 011 Sunday last, »nd it .whs well attended—over 20 riders tak ing part. The new captain, 'H. It. Ilelyar, proved the ri«;hb m m in the right place, and J. H. Eraser, the sub captain, took up the rear. The course was through Wyaloug (with a stop at Commercial Jack's) and then along the Woolongough lio-ul, round pnsi, Gusee's house and then through hin paddock, p.ist the Chinaman's garden—where a stoppage was made for melons, but John had none; he said "too much rabbit eat 'em ; but one rider helped himself, and after smuggling out the gate found, to his great surprise,.it was "too muehee green." The run home was thon made, and on arrival a hdt was made at the invitation of one of our genial vice presidents to honor a toast 'Success to the Club.' Every body came home with a smiling face, and there were only two punctures on the trip and these were soon re paired. Qnite a number of riders have since said t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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C. R. Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

0. B. Club. Th9 adjourned meeting of"the Wya long C. 11. Club was held at Hildc braad's Hotel on Thursday, March 21st, 1901. The President (Mr. J. . Smethurst), in the cliair. Minutes o£ last meeting were read nnd confirmed. ■Inward correspondence as follows: Prom Gund.igai C. R. Ciub asking that a match b:: arranged, each club to shoot oil their own range, and to take place on a Wednesday. Account from Ge' ing and Son car riage, on ammunition. (Jorrespondenca , received on the motion of Mr. Hodge, seconded by Mr. Wheeler. It was decided that a match bn ar ranged with Gu'ndagai for the ,30th in it., eight men a side, all arrange ments to be left in tho\hands of the Secretary. It was resolved that the efficient ammunition on hand be distributed under same condition as last year. Mr.'Wheeler moved that the shoot ing postponed in October last take place on Saturday, 23rd .instant after the usual club shooting. Seconded by Mr. Hildebrand and carried. Messrs. 0. II. Roberts and 0. II. Ir...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Wesley an. The Musical Evening which was to have been held on-Wednesday evening l ist, in the Excelsior-Hall in aid of the Wfslej'iin Church Funds, hut which Lad to lie postponed owing to the heavy Kti vm wiiich broke over the town just nb. ut the lime of opening, took place on Thursday. During the evening the t'ol owing programme was tendered :— Pmnafore Overture, Piofes-or Lib licrniiin; after which Mr. Pike' sang with good effect 'The Romany Lass' tn d was folliwee by Miss .Eva Murray who sweetly sang 'The Gifv' Mr. J. i-tevenson next sang in his popuJar style ' Sear'et and Blue :' Mid was fol lowed by Miss Janiie.sou who efficiently rendered ' Tim Ferry after which Yirs. S. Griffith delighted the audience with her song 'Laddies;' Mr. E. Neeld then gave several records from his Gramaphone, but owing to the loss of «n important part of the instrument the records were not very satisfactory. Miss Daisy Hodge next amused the nurli'-nce with Iter song 'On a May Day Morning;' and waa f...

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 — 27 March 1901

War News The Transvaal Executive Council has been funned, under the Governor and'High Commissioner, Sir Alt'ucd Milner. Included among the members are the fol'owing:— Mr.. (-'■•orge Vnndeleur Piddos, who h.ir. lV.ru Imperial Secretary to Sir Aiiioc'i'-Milnor sinco 1 y97, who now t-i !.<*•; • Slice in tho. Transvaal Council a? J-ioisrcfairy of Administration., Mr. Richard Solomon, who has ac cepted thn Attorney Generalship, an oflice which lie formerly held in tlio Schreuior Ministry in C.ipe Colony. Sir Godfrey Y. Lngden, formerly Resident Commissioner in Basut.obmd, and now Commissioner for Native Allah's. Mr. W. Wyberg, Commissioner for Mines. Mr. J. Duncan Comptroller of the Treasury. Twonty thousand mounted infantry have boon distributed over the fur divisions of the Orange River Colony. Do Wet is reported to have gone co the Transvaal fter suspendim; the operations of tlio Free Staters until he returns in about 10 days' tiino. The cheapest placo in town for selected ...

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A RUSSIAN SOARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

A; RUSSIAN SO ARE. Great consternation prevails in 'Russia at the social unrest of the poopln. ' . • A'Council, which is presided over by the Czar, is considering the situ ation./'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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BRIEF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

BRIEF ITEMS Polling Day on Friday. Local booths—Oddfellows' Hall and Excelsior Hall. . Betting: Evens Watson, 2 to 1 Hefiernan, 100 to 1 Lucas. -ir "NTorton and R. D. Meager are tipped to top the poll for the Senate. We hope so, they would make splendid Senators. A lot of the " £ a d" candidates will find themselves so n«ar the bottom of the poll on Saturday that they will imagine they wero climbing a " greasjr pole." Some of the aspirants would stand a better chance of catching a "greasy pig" than getting into Parliament, "Why does Kruger wear bootsV "To keep de wet from de feet." (To keep De Wet from defeat) Count von Waldersee proposed that neutrals should guard Kinder'* Siding at Tien-tsin, pending inquiry. Speaking in the House of Com mons, Lord Cranbouine stated that neither the British Generals nor Sir Ernest Satow hud been instructed not to resist the Russian seizure. Ninety British marines have re placed the Sikhs at Kinder's Siding, as being less likely to precipitate a di...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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MORE TROOPS LEAVE ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

;; MORE TROOPS LEAVE E2TG ■ ■: LAXD. . • Fivo ' thousand' fresh troops are lfiiiving London ■'for service in South Afiicii. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

£>1/ , like China. A'CIeyer Idea, ' Ii is oasv w frcL i C.uas J List Liku China on Linen if you go the riuht wny nbout<t. The right and easy waj is to use BYRON LINEN GLOSS, It is not ndd.-d'to the Starch hut rut oed on dry. There is no si lolling, no meas iw».<l<no muddln. You will thus grst- » beautiful gl^s on ;Liaen. A Shilling psjcki't .will i ist for tw ;lvc ."mofiulis;1' The, .Gsnerul Jjiisi'iicaa Co., 334 George-street, Sydney. Electorate. P. HEFFERNAN, A CANDIDATE for the Suffrages of tin El«etor» of the abova Electorate, ha; . . , BEEN • DOMINATED '* BY j)«niol MoNIckle. Joseph Tumor. John Hantion Johu Mclntyro G. X. MoNioklo > Andiew Mclntyro John E. /Pratt 'JVC. Huraphrys Crisp (iaorjjo C.riap Q. Badd P. Moran "J. Jaremy P. J. Kelly 3. J. McNicklo A. Cumming B. Mclntyro E W Donnelly T O tho ELECTORS of the ELAND P. HEFFERNAN, PROTECTIONIST and LIBERAL CANDIDUTE AND Advocate of I'cosrcssive Legislation, Solicit* the favor of your Vot...

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A TRAIN SACKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

A TRAIN SACKED.; A provision train at ...Viakllhagte • has (men wrecked • and looted-by a party of 400 Upers.';

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Tlioro is onolivo auctionfifir in TVesfc Wyalong—that ia " Wally."* i IT W Ji iiLY id WINE ! "WXNB !• TOME*! LOOK OUT ! NEXT, ISSUE. JiuiiJiwi: <§" The Only Licensed Wine Seller, MAIN-STREET, WEST WYALONG. IMPORTANT h m NOTICE. 'DON' TAILOR LADIES' COSTUMIER MAIN-ST., WEST WYALONG, (Late of the leading establishments of-Sydney), IN thanking the Public for more than their generous support accorded'-'him.during the past six months, bogs to iuform the Public of Wyalong and District'tliat ho'ia-' ' " STILL ON WE WARPATII" —WITH - HIS - MARVELLOUS - SUIT - OF— FOX'S HO. 4 SERGE, £3 15s. TTaE&C&TO'SBEES:®®, ^d Guaranteed Stamped every two yards. All other materials at Equally Low Prices *—& « Suits from <£3 10s. Trousers, 17s 6d. Thousand« of Patterns of all descriptions to choose from. Perfuct fit- guaranteed. My Motto—4 No Fit, No Pay.' W. C. GUNN is not a " Jack of all Trades," but a Practical Tailor and Cutter; therefore the public can rel...

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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saint's, Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Divine Services. Cliurcli of England. All Saint r', Wy,along. Mcli 3.—11 a.m. (II.C ), Rt-v O W JRnttan 7.30, Mr J Chminon 10.—7.HO. Ktsv O W i.attHtt 17.—7.%-Ep.v. 0:W Hi.l on 21.—11 a.m., Tl'^v O W Kattan 7.30, Mr J Chnnncn 31.—7.30, Uov G W Katton St. Barno'ins' iVtwt Wvalong. Mch 3.—7.3i, Kov G W Kattua 10.—7 R-). Mr Bunnistor 17.—11. lii-v G \V Kiiilon 7-30, Mr Bannister 24.—7.30, Rev G W Knttott 31.— II, Iter G W RutU'ii ' 7.30, Mr Hiinniat«"r Mch S.—Wiimboyno 3.30, Kev G. Ratten 9.—Lakewul 8 p.m. ,, 10.—Marsclnns II a.m. ,, 24.—Hiiuviirlin 3 p.m. „ ; 26.—lie.uk Creek 3'p in. ,i G. W. Ratten, : Incumbent.

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