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THE WHITE WAY For Temora [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

THE WHITE WAY For Temora Temora's White .Way \#11 soon be established' (says the "Independent") Spine 13 standards are being erected in the- centre of Hoskiris''Street anfi will be connected with wires carried in subterranean water piping. The lights at the intersection will be 1000 candle .power, and the intermed iate lights 600 candle power. The job of' installation has been made more difficult by the necessity of digging a trench along the centre of tlie roadway through ashphalt and metall ing. The silent cops are being taken out as the iron standards will serve the same purpose as the diminutive white mounds have done hitherto.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"FINEST CITY" Future Canberra [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

"FINEST CITY" Future Canberra ... . ; "In fifty years', time Canberra, will be the finest country on earth.": .... 1 This was the opinion, expressed. ! yestorday, of Queensland's - Minister for." Public instruction, Mr. Thomas Wilson, during the' course of an inter; .'view at. the hotel Canberra^ Mr. son said that he had been Vconsi^ei'; • ably impressed by the progress already' made." • • Mr: Wiison, who was paying-a hu'r; r.lgd:,.lip.l}day., visit ..to ...the ,Territory*: 'left for Sydney. r ,\n

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUDSON TOURER CLIMBS BULLI And Kurrajong in Top, Under R.A.C.A. Supervision [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

HUDSON TOXJHER | ' CLIMBS BULLI I I And Kiu rajong- in Top, I' ■ ■Under ■ R.A.C.A. Super =:. vision 'Being • immensely impressed with 4lie _ top gear .pulling ability of Uic "rfewy.higli compression Hudson super -gix, the agents,' Messrs' Dalgety and ?tjo.', Ltd., decided, to (attempt,to climb Wuh'ajong: 'Heights and . Bullr Pass vfitli a touring model sealed in top. i On Wednesday, -1th April, the at tempts wre ni'adc~ and' olllcials liom Hie Iloyal Automobile Club of Aus tralia supervised both climbs-and also healed the car in gear. Kurrajong Ileij-'ht-s* weie climbed .first; and 011 V account ■ of' tlie rough and in pails slippery'nature of the reads, proved, the.moi;e' diihcult1' task. Humid-.atmospheric conditions and " a ■nearly . disastrous : nieeting with an other vehicle, travelling :on the wrong side of the road ware.-' also against a;good clirnli;"-but1 nevertheless 'the Hudson succeded in topping the climb with the gear sdais intact! 'Compared \vith''Kurrajong', Rulli Pa...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

1ADDLER AND BOOT REPAIfiE? Maltland Street (f.fiar Fire Station) WEST WYAi ONG NEW; BAKERY At Tallin)1^. I WISH to notify tlie public of Tal lmb.il and district, that Iihave opened] >. NEW AN. DUP-TO-DA.TE BAKERY St Talliuiba as from December: 3. 'fly Motto: Cleanliness and Civil'ty. UlViii Mli A TRIAL E. J. BI(MLE WHEAT GRADING 3usiness as Usual Reduced Prices Workmanship Gur.Vanteed S, McINTYRE TALLIMBA . WEST END BAKERY WEST WYALONG ' . Country Orders are. Strictly Attended to ■.. ■ . . Deliver Bread in both towns and de liver, to. all. trains aad all coaches.. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small Goods, Wedding Cakes, . Birthday Cakes Civility and Good Service ERASER. BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) ."■at will POA'CH JOl ei fRK The- only really, porlcc I !• ••OV.Oi" Simple to use .(FAll-Uf^. - .M POSSIBLE), while "OVO"- sives reamts not, obt?inr.!0e.; tiyi' .f»!•/'• "OVO" STANDS ALONE,? EvsryV Store keeper in th<> state c;.n o>fiinVsiipp!ra!<r(&amp...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

•3£ .LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' ■ w . the, undersigned holders 01 the. I"*!®88 '-feeing members 1 of the 'Soldifcrs '• Aquatic Clubhand P j'oyUlerit'Fund Appeal 'Committees make this State wide appeal for our less fortun '.ftJfe«KltC3.f " Mis Royal Highness the Duke of'York; has granted his distinguished^ patronage. *nd the object of .the appeal is to rmse the sum of £5'J,C00 for the .purpose of provid ing..,|jriv|ite, Swimming Baths and Cilub: Hojije on Sydney Harbour, and a.Pro: idtm Fund, for the Limtiless1 Soldiers in their; y^irsrto come.. . s,l ; ~ ' fen thousand pounds are already in hand, and outrof this money the sum of £6,500 'ha^ already been paid for the site on. the harbour., •\ ''Thei'finapcial side of; the- appeal is m tlie hands of well-known City, business.. i men,.which is sufficient guarantee that all ' tfi£ important matters in connection-with finance are very carefully guarded. ■ : ■ •;\flE\[eiybpdy. in,New;.South-Wales in. sympathy with this. splendid; appeal is invite...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN DIES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

;WOMAN DIES ' Ono WQOian.is dead, another-dplirl m' -'J 'pus :dic, and'a third woman. umle1:«tl<£©t,nient iu hospital- (says- an exchange?.' ' " ' They were bitten by an infuriated man with defective teeth. Albert Sliutee, 56. lias been arrest-, -wounding charge, possibly;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

\ THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. ur JOHN L. CARTER. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," " The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. /Published by SjioimhI Arrangement witli\ V the Proprietors ot tho Cui>7'f|bU t CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) Wintorslcy Bhoolc his head dolefully. "Wo seeni to liuve coiijo-to a blind ! alley,"-ho said. " The 'cb'ho ' is must 'mystifying. I almost wish I hud ndv : or taken it up. I. would do anything ! to avbngo itiy cousin lind Miss Temple's , lato fiancee. As for liiy eousin, there' j was no 0110 to mourn him ,besides my-. | self, but in Dr. Braid's case tliero: 1 were many whose hearts wuro: saddon 1 ed. I can't help thinking of poor Miss Temple," ho said,' drooping his: head. . J i Tho Colonol was touched.' "It _is, good of you to think of us,'' ho said. Hubert was watching ■ AVintorsley; haidly able to conceal his ainazcnil'iit. "I met him only a few times," Baid Wintorsloy, "but 1 took a singu lar fancy to him." Then !hb;turned to Hubert. "I've told tho- colone...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

BY CONSIGNING T»S— He Gpfiifnonwealtb Wool end Produce Co.. Ltd. ; Wopl.Fat Stock. Stud Stock Pln» Calves, ^klns, Hides 1*0 pQijalgnnjonus revive personal mipervm/on and are omy tiaunieil ny , exports, §awe Attention glvon to small consignments! as well as large ones. • Prompt attention Liberal advances. If required .Help the-Company to extend Its past policy of vigorous,- pro-; grosslyd" development along sound lines, maintaining its present'. principle o£ refunding part commissions based on . profits lor , ' > any given year.- ' . OVER'£34,500 returned- to clients WHETHER - SHAREHOLDERS.'.' • ' OR NOT during the past lour years . ... j.\ Wool Department under direct personal supervision o£ the General ' Manager. gtpck QpDartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden Address; 3 Bent Street Sidney. • ' 1 ■ v':. ' ' ' . ' MESSRS; C. E; WALLDER 4" vO, LOCAL kr RESENT AT! VES WHEN the tread of your tyres wears through remember that the body of the tyres is ' ' ' U...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXVIII. FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

V ' CHAPTER XXVIII. • , PUGJIT. ftmnecttiUciy Uie police '.entered; tho ' drawin'g-rpo'm Pamela .sprang 1 to ; her 'fqpt^ feeling sick and giddy, and but for.Hubert's arm she would ;liavc fall;' en. ;5'"i ! j'v.' 'if.';*- ; ; • "Bpo'r upj dearest," ho whispered. ns;.Mi gently'forced 'Iter'back- into (ho ,clmir,.: "There ik no evideiic.o.- They:: ;e'nii't:hiing. nie." llu did' iiot_ believo : this; himself,' but he hoped : thatalio ■ would.; .;•■■■. - ''*' : .Suddenly Ptuifcltt^sprriijjj--fotwaitf* Yoit .Shall 'not tuko ' him," she cricdj gluriug at'the - officer. aildr liis. man;': ■■■■/■.-. V ' .; ?rh6niv wifli 'n/.defcreiitrai clettririg.^bf phis .throat. tW iiiKpoetor cttiiie towards (Hubertji tvhuV^as 'now; bending^ over ;Paiiiela'Ain.an;,attempts to .ealm her. His-, heart was bunding. • It didn't matter; for , himself-.—belter : get tho , lhing:over^but'tt'hfit was to become of' ' lier f v He took u doj'p,. breath and Vwei|t t\vo steps to meet, the. officer;/ .'■ But ivhat was:...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXVII. RECONCILED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

OHAivmt xxvir. . KECON OILED. ■ On' the morning following Rosalie a 'arrival.at AVestclifl sho woke feeling far. from well. Her head ached badly and shb'felt alio had.no strength. After looking at the lirst and the Inst.pago ol eacli of sovcral novola, and'concluding that sho didn't like any of thorn, Ro.sa"lio settled hor pillow and lliy down again—sho felt so weary— and soon she fell asleep. ' Since her midnight visit to No. 3a, Ilnrley Street, i .it seemed that sho had scarcely shut her eyes.' . fihe slept heavily now, and when Mrs. iRobins brought up a "treat in the way of lunchl" that good-hearted soul had to battle with the temptation to wako hor. It was a shamo that tho "troat'' should be wasted, it.was, for although M>s. ;Robins cunningly .y.laccd^ it be tween dishes in a slow oven it was never-eaten. . " •Downstairs somebody was waiting— Stephen? ''■ Presently Mrs. Robins'took, him up stairs. AVi 111 •. theatrical' carefulness she turned tho knob and poked her head round...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

For AH Classes of Job Printing try ! The "Advocate" West Ipleng motor a car ever tiad Here is the most startling development in the whole history of ■ 6-cyiinder en gineering—the Nash 7-BEARXNG motor. It is the SMOOTHEST motor 'that ever powered an automobile—full pressure lubricated to prevent noise and wear. There is not a hint of vibration all through the full range of power , and speed. Nash v. balances clutch, • fly-wheel, and crankshaft, as a single unit to make that absolutely certain. ■s •; LOCAL DEALER JOSEPH COSTA WYALONG AND CHEQUE ACCOUNTS OPENED FIXED.. DEPOSITS ACCEPTED ADVANCES AND O V E R D R Af-Tf GRANTBD' ta Atfriuu! turai uid Pastoral Primary PrtxJuacra olfily SAVINGS BAN^DEPAiTMENT PERSONAL., JOINT, TRUST AND CHILDREN'S ACCOUNTS OPENED , Write for Booklets 47. INTEREST "S £500 5^fus £11)00 C. R. WATTS, MANAGER: LOCAL B RANCH -y lluuiui ^ o.vCK. & ST/\T> ">N AGENTS, AUCTIONEER^ lANDSALESM EN, - TALLIUBA - ■■■• /' /r" ; Clearing Sales Conducted., Stoc...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXIX. A MIDNIGHT VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

■S:. 'CIIAPi'EK, mu ;• ' , • A MiiJMUHT ViHlTOIt. .1 Af£cr Itosalio and Stephen had done full-' justice to: Mrs liobins' high tea, 'Itoualiu insisted upon yetting up. Hor head wan quito better, she declared, arid ho Stephen gavo' his permission, and went/down to the drawing-room to await her there. • • > ! ' At last Jlosalie was ready. •w "Shall wego ou the I'romenadef" 'lio.ingested; and Itotulio smilingly agreed. It did not matter to her wliethcr it] was the sua front or tho ctitil ■ cellar, if only she went with i ( Stephen. As soon as they had turned the corner, Stephen put his arm round Rosalie's shoulders, an'd for a little wuy they walked thus. It wan quite dark/ and' there was no one about. | "Little Rosalie," he said, and sho found a world of comfort in tho way lie said it. Unconsciously they paused in their walk, and she looked Bliyly up at him; but it was an expectant shy ness, and ao he bent his head and took her radiant little face between his bunds und kissed her. A...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FALLOW AND CROP COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

FALLOW AND CROP COMPETITION •Mr. H. Howling ■ (Pres. UiiKarle Agricultural Hureau) said In / past: yearn.the fallow and crop competition In Uie difstrict lias been controlled by • lie Afjriculural Bureau, bul.now. tliat. the J'.A.Ji; and I. AHHoclallon had. 'n>e:i eKtablltthed lie' thought It their duty to conduct tho.se conipellionK,. Mr, E. ,7. Cafe suppored Mr How. Ilng»' remarks and »aid he conolder^d It waB too late to do anything In 6011 nectlon with a fallow Coia'petltlon but thought that the Society should : take • the' mailer -over and comment with an Open Crop Competition. Mr. T. Hayes said that owing to the recent floods he understood' that many fawners bad lost a considerable amount of tallow and -he did not think It advisable to scarry on with a com petition of. thin clasn but moved, that' tlie ... Fallow • Competition • he aban doned ton tlito.year but an open/Crop, Competition be carried, on,, .The motion was seconded by 'L. C. Adamson arid carried. """Iv .— DAMAGE...

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

SCHEDULE COMMITTEE " Mr .'Pole moved and Mr; A. (Jillett; seconded■:that committee'.rneetlngsjbe i mittee who actcd last yOtir be" aguit} asked to act. Carried. '* ^■Apologies' for lion attendance■: w_oro received from Messrs. D.' T. Clarlcu and S. H. Stidwill. ' - :•••- Mr. Malone moved and Mr. I-Iayes . First-class Constable Sullivan, dur-c ;lielcli on: - the last Saturday; , in . ea?i\ month, at 8. -p. 111. sharp. Carried.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FINANCE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

- FINANCE COMMITTEE Mr. F\ O. Thompson moved 'and Mr. E. M. Neyland:seconded thatvthe same gentlemen comprise the FJinaricb Committee. The motion was : carried.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOW DATES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

SHOW DATES ■' The President said he, in -company: with the Secretary, had, attended tho Annual Meeting of the Lake Cargellig0: : Association vivith the purpose : of ar ranging with that Association to ro, consider their decision of . holding their show on the dates selected; 28tli and 29th August, and endeavor to get them to hold their show, one wcolt earlier to allow. Ungarie having the •29th August .which, would be a most suitable date. He was now pleased to.; say that a communication had been received from the Lake Association; acceding to their request. ■ , • Mr. J. R'. Hayes said it was very pleasing to- learn that amicable ar rangemens had been arrived at and ho moved that the President and Sec retary's action in the matter, be f.'i dorsed 'and further that the La!t'_ Gargelligobody bo written to thank ing tliein for.<their'consideration and assuring them of assistance from Un f.;arle. Mr. A. W. Stidwill seconded the motion -which was carried. ■;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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AUDITORS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

AUDITORS Moved by Mr. Ciillott,. seconded by T. Hayes that Mr. A. :P. :Hnyes, aii'l Mi-.A. C. 1-Inlce be re' elected as Auditors. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WORKS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

WORKS COMMITTEE On the motion of Mr. A. R. Hans mOnd.and seconded by Mr.. F. 0. Thompson it - was; decided that tin; Works Committee --consist of seven members. Hcio again it was necessary to take a ;ballot, for the election of a Works Conimittee. Fifteen names were- submitted < to ll>e ballot and the following- gentle men were elected:— Mesbi'b Dryden, Gate, Adainson, Hake, Gillett, Hamilton and: Hayes. ;:

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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VICE PRESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

VICE PRESIDENTS A keenly - contested ballot for the olccUcn ot Com-, A'ice Presidents was taken, eleven names were subiniitert and the ballot resulted in the election o£ the followinp; Kcntlomen/ ; ;; Messrs. II.'. C. Dryden, .W. :E; Ham ilton, Cr. It. Hoad, and A. :-_P. Gilletc.,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SECRETARY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 17 April 1928

H SECRETARY : On the motion ot Mr. R. CuTc anil .seconded. by. :Miv E: G. Slid will, Mr.: D. R; Bedford-.was*ro elected Secret ary for 11)28, at a siniiliar salary am', concessions as ■ t:lin previous year, i v.,

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