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MUTINY OF PRISONERS In Bathurst Gaol (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
MUTINY " OF"' PRISONERS In Bathurst Gaol (BY. WillE) ■ • y ■■■■:■■ I Sydney, .Monday Ev.enlnu , During* .the,-.- past?, wook asmutiny: occurred among . 291 prisoners. In. jtjio: Bathmsl goal. , t , - men.,.overi)owereiI tlie warden unci took,,coptrol fofct, eventually. $ur lendeied , , ,,%I •, , 1 :TlieyL: were later, confined to thoi cells for various periods. . ,
BRUTALITY Half Caste Punished [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
BRUTALITY ■ Half Caste Punished A hefty half-caste, named Lockie Newman,'.-struck trouble at tlio Narro mine cpurt on WednosiUiy morning, but. tlio punishment lio received was not sufficient for. the brutal ity, of his crime, not* is-is ifke any thing what he is goin? to get if ho conies before the same bench on a simjliur charge in lite fuuiiB. (snys the "News"). He was charged with assaulting his wife, Elsie Newman, and lie pleaded guilty. There was 110 need for him to do so, as a black eya the si7.0 of a man's fist told only too plainly of the cruel treatment, the unfortunate woman had received. In lior evidence Mrs. Newman told how the assault, had been committed, bur. asked the Bench to treat her husband lightly. Mr. A. R. lXimfnB and Mr. It. V. Banks were the presltling magts (rates, and after speaking to Newman in very plain language' and wanting hinii what to expect if lie repeated tlio offence, they sentenced the worn an beator to seven days hard labor In tyarromine . locku...
OCCASIONAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
OCCASIONAL NOME'S (13Y "HEX B") According to Prime Minister Bruce, thero were 43G industrial disputes last year as against 3G0 in 3926,.find- tho workers -concerned: - therein.v.losti•.£1', -.660,000-in-wages. If these figures are correct, and no doubt they are, the statement causes the average man to rcflect and to conclude that there Is something wrong, somewhere. - So fie quently have strikes occurred (hat it is felt that at any moment' the threat industries of the Commonwealth might bo paralysed, involving tifimc-n dous losses of wages and profits, em bittering the relationship between 'employors and employees,, and caus ing a . setback to national develop. ment. which, eventually, means a re action "to-the detriment of the good name of Austvalia. When one v'ews a protracted strike calmly the con clusion arrived at is that the wage - earner is the loser all the time. IQvtn though the strike'terminates to tne satisfaction of the strike'- there is a loss—something that has to be -...
WHAT ABOUT IT? Emulating Narrandera [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
WHAT ABOUT IT? Emulating Narrandera According to the views oi the West Wval 3ng visitor? to Naraiiijm ,dd Easter Momday the sports nisntf i^ at that centre altrajt&lt;"&lt;l 3 a attendance: of between 6,000 ajd 7,000 people. Special trains from various adjacent townships .were crowded "with visi tors, the combined human freight more than justifying the risk taken by the committee. So great was the influx of visitors that hotel accommodation was 'sorely taxed, the rush" being so heavy that many were unable to secure quarters without difficulty. " Interest was concentrated on what Is known as the "Narrandera Gift," the big footracing event of the day, which annually attractcs many of the leading- sprinters of the State. The Gift carries £130 prize money and cup, the winner to receive £100 sna cup, Bfccondj£20, third £7, and fourth £3, the; distance being 120 yards. ' ■•Nothing is left undone by the com mitee to make the sports so attrac tive*-as'to induce competitors f...
HOSPITAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
HOSPITAL MEETING! ' The monthly meeting of the Wya lonfe and District Hospital Committee was held in the M.U. Hall on Tues •day evening, 10th inst., when the fol lowing wore present: Messrs G. J. . Bland (chair), J. M. Thomas, K. P. Clark, A. McNutt, R. ■ M. Moore, P. , Curry, S. C. Butler, and thenSecre tnry "(E A Wilder). - •.The monthly accounts and salaries r.were read, and the ''amount, £203 lis 3d, riwere passed for payment. Tlio usual reports' from the Matron and; Medical Officer were roceivcd anil Adopted.- " ,,The Secretary reported tlio loss of tlio'whole of tho books and records of the hospital, which were destroyed by fire on Good Friday morning, • and i that'he liad ordered a act of . new books with which to carry on. ' The report was received and adopi. ed on the; motion of. Messrs Thomas and^'dlirry." ' : ' . •- Mr.- McNutt drew attention to the mfftter;.of an inquiry by the Coroner in -order to"pr5tcct the Secretary and committee. ■ , ^It'-was 'agreed- that Mr. Dulle...
SOWING THE WHEAT CROP [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
SOWING m® W®EAT CROP . In the Southern nmV-Sojtlh^Western.--.. districts the bull: of whcat:'lamUs -nro» sown during; Dig months of April,' May, and June. .The Department of . Agriculture in dividing up mis Wide territory suggested . that- in ' AY a stern localities such as Deniluiuin, llanhit .Springs and Hillston, seeding should comlinence early, and,., recommontjs that a stall be made in Ilia fust wee's, i in April, and-, thai ,t.he... work lie com pic-ted by tlio end of the-second. weeK , in May. " ' . • '' > ■ In llio more conti'al districts, as West W.valong, Uarellan and I}pr rigan,. sowing is "recomrpemled-'! i.« | commencc about, the middle of April^ j-jyid ..continue on: till-end.-of ■May.-; I In; the Eastern portion ol; the Jiiver ina, such; as.. Harden,.. Wagga,- and Corowa, seeding-, should 'comiucr.oc -..a:, | the end of April and' be. copipleled by the middle of June. - - ln^ dry/'season's'the^e ^dai.bs; nVay.Jnv "delayed .wtiiting-for 'liVirv,*!or, they, may. , he...
A TELL TALE Arriving at Girl's Age [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
'"""A TELL-TALE Arriving at GirFs Age •«' Gills of mailjagcablo' age do not ■ like'to tell lion'old they aio, butpon can find-out;by:following: the /subjoin', odv/jnstructions, the ;young lady :domg: ■ Mi^Tlguring, Tell •lier".to put down the i ■ njmibciv'ot the . monjh.' in-'Which .she i then multiply it by 2, then I tttflfeitifopn iiniiUiiily.'itjby.'CO, :then ioj t ago, then to subtiact DbjJ, then add 115,- then .tell' her to; toll you .the-amount,she: lias iloffo.Tho/iwaj i figures^to thosright-iwilli tell; you,'lieiu ago.Candlvlh^; remainder. &lt;tho "mont'Ii' ofvlierl.birtli;' For.oxainplo, ,the- amount.. ..l8'S22,-,8ho .v&lt;iSi-22, years."o( ago, .^nd ■was'boili/in the eight month (August) j This,.little. stimL should prove an nc- i coptable means . ol. e,niiiiloviug tho | r.iiests at an evening. :
SCHOOL "HOWLERS" An English Collection [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
SCHOOL "HOWLERS" An English Collection ICvoti Uie, sf ai(l London "Times" cannot refrain' from 'printing school ■ "Howlers" 'now anil then; It recently cullcyl the. fq|lQ,wi;r.g.>U\9nu the /UniVQi: sity corresponti'e^t:-^1^ J"" """ '' A Welsher is a native of Wales. ■ : A fissure is a man who sells fish.; A blizzard is an jns'ide of a duck. „ Poionius was a mythical sausage. The masculine of "Vixen" is vibar. Shakespeare lived ; at ..V/Jmlfor- vrit;i> ■his. merry wives. . 1 Tlie King wore a scarleL rohe trin, med wiLh vermin. A paralieliped is an animal with paral led legs. Gravity tells us .why an apple does not 'SO to heaven. ' - - ' Average means something 'ilia: hens lay their eggs on. A line in geometry is what you draw arid don't see'. G. B. Shaw is a captain of tl\c , London Fire Brigade. | A phlegmatic person is one who has chronic bronchitis. Ambiguity means telling Llie truth, when you1 don't want to. A' street is a road lliat has a very good class of people' on it/ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
■ F?MRff3SC0NI * " ' •MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR - GUNDAGAI. '' &lt; ( i ' , ' WnHfqi vvrtr.lylpslptin Tor all classoa Pp, "lpjiJat AVnrlc;:ill Ouinito or, iuliiihlc. Samples ol vworlc can : bo ■jcdi'i'at local cemeteryIt.'jIOWAUD n: i i - -The . Pr6sbyteri&n&lt;' . „';"' Ladies' College ^' • • GOULBURN, N.S.W. Registered Under the Bursary j Endowment Act ' ,,,Intensive .Model n , Buildings and' • i Equipment riiiitllhy Climate! AI Libido 2,300 Foo (OlecLrlp' liiglit. .Saworajjo. HotWater Scrvicu. -jl- Acres of Grounds PiWossionai;, Commoreial,' and Do :,At anil Sciuijco Courses. >fuw -Term Commences Tuesday, 1W ■ " .«>;.iin ' FeUhiitry, IW • ' • ■ . Prospectus from, thePrincipal—- ^ E R !.G,:G £ N •• W. R A M S AV.. . M c N HO O I: L'' C.U„ .U.A1.C.,' JJ.S.O. li.A., Dipl. litluc Old Tanks Repaired WE. specialise in TlKPAIRi:,T, OLD rAis'KS I by IU-U.\'FOf:CKD CON-' 'luv'lC. 'A'll Cener.il Plumbing Work ■.ltd,-Hepsiii's. at moderate prices. ' '/ - A.i -AND J. ...
WIDGIEWA CUP [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
' WIDGI^WA'GU^'j' • The application of the • Arlaii«I?aric- ' P.A.H.'and I. Association .to have the? .Wfilgiewa Cup 'cumpetcd'-for "nl , the.vl820 shoTC!\vas favorably recbiVou at ,Ui6,;u)nuiU"n:i3otinK ol' t'lio.CJoiuinpn, :: wealth Horse Soe}®t|J>?liA:;; guaranteo* ol ,-. ruw additional Jna!?(v sUUls, i\U' ■ i.r roqnlrcd 1.0 bcchi'o ■llib'cup.
ADJUSTING THE COMBINE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
ADJUSTING THE, COMBINE " Insufficient 'attention -is .'■givehVtd.' the correct adiustmont of tho ,i;o!ubjrie qi dtill To got best lcsulLb fiom t'lthet of tbo.so implements the tyncs; shquljl, bo set level and flat. This ^loimit.s of a .regular and oven distribution, of •..•1)oUi> seed ami. mslriiijjc. Dry eopppr Ireatment ot secil wheat. lor the'pro volition of bmit. is. nov ulmost uuiver I. sally; adopted by allwheat.-Rrowevs: ] More efficient (1 us tins machines, have ! made -It-.pocalblc to do- Uii3.,.ilry--.pb;t I ling procerf; using a minimurvotno w-. dor,, but it does sonmetimer. happen, while -atiiK/sphoric conditions are moist (bat the dry copper,dressing or. tho: wheat tonds to check.freorunnirift. i of! the seed through tho drill. It is. Ihcielore, advisable: to set -the uiaeh ino ^to so.\v' a few pounds l^iore'1 s'eecl peivaci-o&lt; than would Tie nedessary'it I seed not :dry dusted were, bsinp; sown. 'Eanip weather at sepding. "some times; causqs/.an accumulat...
DEPTH OF SOWING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
DEPTH O.If Spw'lMd^: Fallow cultural work'' liifij- 'been tarried out with the object! vq. of . hav inf? the land ready, to receive tlie -i seed; carrying approximately^!! 2 inch depth of loose soil free from/ weeds overlying the firm; consolidated seed' bed. With the moist conditions now prevailing tlie seed wheat -^can he* sown to. betvroc r 1J t-n 2 inchos'deop', being .'placed cn this firm 'bed; It is only when germination: condit ions are .doubtful, that 'shallower, ao'w ing-'.is. considered' advisjlbiy. !1 To -securo • .germination-- ami corrcct covering of,the sec-d the soil malct: should be friable and not in 'f'-y- way clogged or sticky withmoi.-iti!:-"1. Cire must be takejn to avoid, so v. jti.q ll\&lt;i seed while the soil coiulitibiis arc to wct- - ' .."
DOCTOR DROWNED Rescue Efforts in Storm [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
DOCTOR DROWNED Rescue Efforts in Storm Dr. James Fitzsimmons. one o£ Lwc brothers practising in. Coniloblin, was: drowned' in Uio Lachhin River last Wednesday1 afternoon v '''' 'Witliin five minutes, of his body; being recovered, _his -brother,' Div Prank- Fitzsimmons, "Dr. Percy, ■■ an&lt;ll the matron-;'and a/ sister from'the district hospital, and "Mi\ Souchwiclc, Chemist, were on the scene, anc worked for four and a half hours in an attempt to restore animation^ While they -were so engaged, a thunderstorm broke, but they persist ed in their-efforts artiiiidsis rain, limn tier and lightning,
FATHER CHARGED Child's Burial [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
FATHER CHARGED Child's Burial At the Darlinghurst Sessions Henry [Willoughby, 29, a laborer, was found guilty' on a charge o£ having attempt ed to conceal the birth of his child, j Willoughby Stated that he had no money to pay' for the undertaker. There was no nurse in attendance on his wife when the child was born be cause lie wa sin destitute circumstan-i 'ces. When the child died he 'took it and buried it in the sand at 'South Kensington." Willoughby was remanded for sentence.'
A SAD SIGHT Little Girl in Court [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
A SAD SIGHT Little Girl in Court „ There was a pathetic sight at the. Narrcn>ine Police Court, the facts ot. which,-owing to the case being dealt with in rtlie Children's Court, cannot he published. The sad: spectacle .'was that of a pretty,, bright little girl, .oiily four years, old,('sitting in the court charged. with, novisible means of support.i Apparently the little child was not wanted; It was stated her mother was dead; > her father^ who is not iri^'Narroinine, does not pay,, for, her support—in short nobody seemed to want the pretty little bud of humau ity. Sergeant liannaford and Mr. Brom head had to face, hard facts, "and there wiis nothing else, for the magis trate to do lint to order the little ill nocent' to a Sydney home. While the; evidence of the case was being heard the little mite went to sleep in the; court.Happily she was oblivious to all that was going on, and how cruelly her fate: lias; been: Cast: in tliis world. ; The great awakening; I however, will, ...
BOGUS NOTES Sydney Gang Responsible [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928
BOGUS NOTES Sydney Gang Responsible The gang here are satisfied tha • The police here are satisfied that a Sydney gang are responsible for the circulation of bogus £10 notes at Randwick and Williarastowji. They have definite information to the effect that two njen and a woman distributed the notes amonst book makers in Melbourne on Monday and It was believed that they were recoat arrivals from Sydney.