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Wesloyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
Wesloyan S'ervicoa. Mfvrch 3| WVat \S yalonif 11. Spnoriwoll 3 ■WyHlong.7.30—&lt;0 U 'Wulkoui; Wamboyni) a-aO;Wu6d; ' 1 ' March 10, Berji II, Hiiuruthil 3, West Wyalonir 7.8 >—r S Wnlbiih March 13.—Additional service,W' ynloiijj 7-3, • p m OT C'nolc Mnrch 17, "Wont W.y.ilonir 11, Mil&lt;j>i 3 Wyjiliin^ 7.30—C U Wulkoui ; W.unboynu ll/Weiit Wyalon*; 7.30— > Woods •; March 21, Wainboynu 11, WeBt Wyulong 7,a0— a Q W.ijkoin March 31, West "Wyalnnjj 11, Speedwell Wjalong 7.30—C G' Wulltoia. BFiirriug^s are Rotemnis-ed and other rites of the church ndaiiautorod by thy Circuit. Mipiator. C G "Wfilkom
Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
Sydney, Friday.—The Bulletin wo a the ease ill which Billie Barlow claimed £5000 damages, The jury deliberated about an hour- The defendant paper call; d no evidence. Iu (he, divorce case yesterday, Goiw in^ltivin denied having had any corres pondence a1 oat t-ho cases with his wife. . Mr. Want has commenced his address to the jury. The case will bo resumed on Monday next. Coninghani stated that In: w a; living at present with Rev, - Dil-Mackay. •' There wiis a great freetrade meeting at. the Ex libiiioo building last night. MeMillen '"nd . B.cid wer.e the.;chie£.' api alters. A final protection meeting was held in Moire-sti e it last night, at which ■ Mr. O'Ciinnor was the chief speaker. At Norton's musical meeting, at the Town Ilall ho protested against Bar ton's remarks about voting for unclean' men, and attacked the personal char acters o f hia critics. The (lrlJ civilians are still searching for the aboriginal kid napper.
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Cootnmmulrn, Tomorn, B.irmod znan, and Wjyiloiitf, dailw (Sundays excepted) at 5.60 p.m , Arrives at \Vost \Vynlonj; at C.liO p.m. From Unjrario, Condoboiin, etc., Tuesday* and Fridays at 4 a.in From Madden and Forbcx, Sundays and Thursdays at o* p.m. From VrtVftgriu, [Mondays, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at -1 p.m. From Caroon, 011 Sundays at 0 p.m. From Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Salurdavs at G p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
I Rental Notice. |J CA8PERS0NN, I i —D.D.S.— Weir of Dental Surgery.) Lato Do snstrator of tho Philadelphia Dental jlitiga und Hospital of Oral Surgery, egfntere«l, under tltc IScntal j : BSo»»rd:of M.8.W. If AX bo consulted at Jiifj Surgery, Muin /street,- West Wy«Ionfr, free of charge, f nil 'miitt?ra-relating to Surgical, Meohan (iil or; Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia. 'Painless extraction by nil tho newest iotlioflH. Teeth filled -with Gold, Silver, ftatinh, Alloy, Porcelain, Ceiuunt, etc. artificial Teeth Wiibout Plates iVonitjold, Piatina, Silver, Dental Alloy, fulcaiiite, or Aluminium Platen. Continuous fists,• Crown or Bricgo work, and all the jsfMt .'styles of American and Continental Pea tie try. Residents of the distriofc id ay, if they osii, have the privilege of being treated by an Who is not only a graduate, but has bean iisioiiber of the olinicul staff: of the largest eoi' moat celobratod Dontal Golbgo in ^iaicnea. W-, EUCALYPTI HTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SVDHEV 1895,1896,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
mjsdioal. DE. GA8PER80NN, M-D., D.D.S., (jiEOrsTEBBD BV Tin-: NEW SOUTH WALKS medical hoard). MAY be Consulted nt ALL IIOUES at tlle "^'aloniT Dispensary actl riiai Main-street, West Wyalong. DOTPEMlf (M.R.O.S., L-S-A.) Late Sup.gko.v to Yass Hospital and uaol, AND CoVEimiRNT MEDICAL Officer roi: Yass DisTiiiCT, l\/fA p b" consnllod at nil hours at hi* 1 -l»A Residence, Main Street, Wyalonrr at HART?m''r-t"1 1,0.nrs wil1 bo *>un£ j at iJARIIGAiJ a Imperial Hotel. IMI^CXR TA.1STT,! BEHTzlL HOTICE- '! Messrs.—— ' McGratJi & Cherry, Surgeon Dentists, (late OF COLLINM-stkeet, MELBOURNE), MAxr£2„ c™su"«d their Koom*, DSAY'S post office Wa»n-stmr/W£S?.-W4*4M^ from Q.ao a.m. till C p.ni, ciiilv. ' ' Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless with laughing Gas or Anesthetics. Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry in all blanches, on the most approved Ameri can principles. -iu'en a Seuklit"""53' Cl'UWD aud Bride° Work Private Address :— GLOBE HOTEL, WEST WYALONG. MR. G.P EVANS, ATTORNEY, SOL...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
DEPARTURES. For Itanncdman, Tcmora, Cootamundra, and Syd uev, daily, (Sundays excepted) «t 7 a.m. Fur Ungaiio, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. For Marsden and Forbes, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yal/jogrin, on Tuesday*, Thursday*? and But— dftvs at, !0 :i.TU. i-'or Caruou, on Saturdays at 0 a.m. For Itildary, on "Wednesdays uud .Saturdays nt 7 a.m. The mails nrc deliver-.-d at the po^fc ofti^e up to S p.m. each day. Mails are ready for delivery abofit half-an-hour after the arrival of enadi. Tetter box clearod for despatch at G a.m. each day. Fillar box at Central "Wvalong cleared daily at , 7.110 p.m. ] Honey Order and Government Saving Bank, j Hours—"Week days—19 a.m. to 5 p,m.; Saturdays— 10a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mr. R. D. Meagher at Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
Mr. R. D.. Meagher Wyalong. ■ Mr. R. D. Meagher addressed! ft meeting from Crouch's balcony on ThmBcliy li-^ht. There were fully 1000 men standing in the roarJway, while the b ilcony and other points of vant.nge were crowded. Mr. F. A Lee, photographer, took a smip shot of the speaker und the crowd. Tim meet ing throughout wns most orderly, ;ind tin? greatest interest was taken in tho speaker's remarks. Mr, W. T. Gorman, J. P., occunied the chair, anl in opening the proce"d in^sspoke of the many good qualities of Mr Meagher, and hoped they would givi: him '1 fair ln-aiing. Mr. Mmigh-r w,is received with prolonged applause. His opening re m irks were mostly explanatory, and then Iih went ful'y into the working of the American House of Representa tives and Senate. He said he found that the American Seriate -was gov erned by laws exactly like our Aus tralian Senate; they had the power over mo ley bills, which wo also h id. | the only ditFrrunce Was that while there weroover 40'states i...
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
1 Farmers' and Settlers' Association. A meeting of the Wyalong brunch of tho above Association was held at Collins's Hotel, on Thursday afternoon lust. A large number of members were piesenr, and, Mr. D. H. Rankin ^President) occupied' ihq chair. The uiinutc>3 of the previous moet were read and contii med. THE RABBIT PEST. " A.letter was road from the Wyalong P: and A. Association forwarding tli" circular received from tho Grenfell Association, and asking co-operation in a movement to uige the Govern ment to take sime action in trying to cope with the rabbit pest. A deal of of discussion took place on the subject, and tho meeting was unanimous in pushing a resolution sanctioning the co.operation of the Association in tho movement. Mr. S. Wilson, junr., vras unani mously selected to represent the As sociation on a deputation to wait on the Government in reference to the matter. The following platform wns drawn out for the delegate to work upon-:— 1.—That the Government be asked to...
CARNALLY KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
CARXALLV KNOWING. Fred. .Angus MoKiniiou, nged 17 j'siirs, who iippiiiid on remand from Young, on an alleged chaige of.car.ially knowing out! Miig.ret Whe>ulnv on ihe 10 h March, 1901, at Bland Sta tion, near Wyalong. Mr. Co iiiaii and Air. Evans appeared for defendant. The depositions taken at Young were produced,! in which defendant diinii'd having committed an assault against the consent oE the girl, lie iid mi tied that li« lutd had undue fum iliai ity with her, but swore that she was a consenting part}', and had come into his ronnt while lie was.in bed of a morning and had lain beside hiin. Sergt. Petorswuld'said : From snme thing I hoard I took a girl named Margaiot Wht'tulev to Dr. Willi#, the Govt. Medical OiIicbi', on the 1 Ti}i March, for examination. I produce some c'othing which \v;is handed to tne by the girl's mother; it is a dress and pettieoit. .1 also, produce a revolver, which when handed to nits was loaded in two chambers and hud two empty cartiidge cases in it...
WRITING INDECENT WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
"WHITING INDECENT W0IID3. PolicH v. J nines Coilins,' Lirry Lydon, Alf>ed Lydni, Angus'us Col litis, Ed. Lynch, and. William Mc.Mnl 1-n (hoys) They ap^ea-ed on sum mons, lu answer t..at they did wii.i disgusting 'words in a clo->et at tin West \Yy'dong Public School, and injure om; outhouse and otlw property of a public nature, to wit, at the Public School, West Wyalong, on the 2-ltli February lasf. Mr. Evans appeared for defendants. Tin; case against J unes Collins was dismissed, .ukF the case against the other hoys was withdrawn by the poiicfi. A volumn of evidence was taken in the ahovn case*, bub its publication would do no good.
West Wyalong Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
W!est W.yalong Rifle ■ Club.. Practice shoeing was. indulged in by u few members of the above club on Wednesday iifrernoou. Tiie follow ing snores were niadi; :—■ The quarterly meeting of members of the above club id to be held on Monday night. There is one live auctioneer in West Wyalong—that is " Wally."^ The local police.court officials nre very obliging to til* press. Ib is a pleasure to seek pres3 information from them. The Riv. G, VV. Rattan will con duct h children's service next Sunday ni'irniii'/ at St Barnabas' Church, West Wyalong, when special hymns wili be used. Parents are specially invited to attend. Mr. Harry Collins is hiving his ho'i'l very artistically done up. Tin* ceiling and walla have been varuiihrid mid painted in beautiful soft colors, and the ln-ge nnd well furnished rooms are now equal to anything to be found in.the metropolis.. Mr. D; Hartigan has gone in for a good en&lt; erprise. He. has had painted (by Mr. J.' Gosper) a very large calico design...
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
THE g.Advocate, SATURDAY- MARQH-.30, 1901. 11 '. " ■ -*■ ifvERYONF. admits that it is ex'remely necessary another short session of the Now South Wales Par iament should' bo held as soon as posailre be £6rt: its expiration by i-filuxion of lime in August next, and it must be ad snitted thnt a wilful waste of time has been made by tho Government in not 'calling ^uiliamont toucher before (lie 'present moment'. There is only one , plain object iti allowing-the. members v of the State Parliament to roam about 'fche-rcountcv like, a lot of unbr.mded ■heifers, and that is th&lt;)■ Premier whs .|oth..tb give up hi-i position—lie w.m'ed Jf^tjrllUng. on ..to both, nnd see how ho .feat jumps at:the elections—and so the ,qountrry is .plupged." into iunuuifiahle di^wvlties. But nowt according to official s atemerit, there .'are diffieu tie-; vhioli are. qui)#, practicable, if ' not in auperable, to a meeting of Parliament being held for a period of cio.su on two Months,'and this at the l...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
Local and General. f>T-i — Next Friday wi'j lie Good Friday. TIir census papers must be filled up 011 Sunday m-xt. The Boers have declined the terms j of peace die red by Lord Kitchener. And a good job too. Mr. Watson wires that he is meet ing with most enthusiastic receptions throughout the electorate, Mr. Ln f-as's in -eting at Crouch's ! Hotel 011 Tuesday uiyht was" u iccord i one for Wviilnng. Ir, was the most nonsensical mid frostiest on lecord. ~ Extracts fiom Mr. L-ieas's speech appears in our brevity column on the 1 first page. The WynbmK Council meet on Tu'*sd>;y niglit next. There is .some important business to he transacted. Sully's works have treated during the p«st few weeks 51 tons of stone for an aver igo of a little over 6ozs. per ton. and 41 tons for 6oz.-. 13dwrs. per ton. ' ' ' ' " The True Blue hat.tery has had a j rough clean up of 750 ton3 low «iaue ! oio for a yield of 205ozs. i It 13 reported that a prospecting ! pnrtv out "Duck Creek way luve sunk j a ...
Police Court. WYALONG, MARCH 26. Before the P.M. POLICE V E. CUZNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901
Police Court. WYALONG, MARCH 26. Beforo the P.M. Police v E. Cuzner. Breach of the Liquor Act.. Mr. Evans appeared for the defen- &nbsp; dant— who pleaded not guilty. John Quiil. said: Am Senior Con- Stable at.West Wyalong ; know de- fendant is licensee of the White Tank &nbsp; &nbsp; Hotel. Know Cluney. An order f'or prohibiting the sale of liquor within Wyalong licensing district was made. I went to see Mrs. Cuzner on the 13th inst., Cluney and Miss Cuzner were present. I said to Mrs Cuzner— Did &nbsp; you see this man here the other day? &nbsp; &nbsp; She said No; Nellie Cuzner said Yes. He came in with a man with an old, thing round his neck. I said Did he get any drink? Mrs. Cuzner said No; Cluney said Yes, I tell the truth, - won't go back on what I said the Ser- &nbsp; geant this morning; I had a beer and shouted for Cooper and paid for the drinks. I said Who supplied the drinks? He said Nellie Cuzner ; she is daughter o...
Town Topics [BY OBSERVER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
0B3ERVEIt.j The elections arc over, and the town thermometer ia falling. Tiift rutin.;: 'Watson's men are jubil ( ..ant, and Xuchs's suppor ters jsre mote plfrtsed than Heffernnn's. Tetagrnnia Arriving : " Heffernan going bd rftron^.^na mustard here!" But wlron tbo numbers went up,1 nnd the result known, " Observer" thinks he muat have-been eating too much mus tard nnd'Buffered' a. collapse ! I heard a representative of Toohey's exclaim On Saturday morning, "Um-o-ol did ycr see'the crowd At Denny 'Artigun'a larst night 1 And was yer there wen they fell down the cellar—he !'he ! ha ! hal-.har!" "Yes," replied his friend, " there must have bten 350 people looking at his scoiing board ; but who fell down the cellar V' " Wy, I don't Jcnow ; they went down so bloomin* quick I couldn't sei; 'em." "And ■what did you think of Mr. ILirtigan's ; I-cindness in erecting that huge scoring Win! V asked the teetotaller. " The f bes' (his) man in Wyarlongbut I got thirsty every time I" looked at it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
PROGRAMME OF C0NVERSA.Z0INE TO BE HEM IN THE ■WSCT©EB.X^ B? A Eili, WEsS'S? WETAEj©®?©, To-morrow Night (THURSDAY, APRIL 4th). PART-I 1 Overture Selection on'Gramaphono 2 Song M(sa Thomas 3 Recitation. Miss Daisy Hodfja 4 Son» Miss Griffith" 5 Son&lt;r (comic) Mr A Seater 6 Son-? (serio) Miss Dttisy Phillips "7 Recitation Master Frank Phillips -8 Son* (cotnic) Mr B Wyld q Pone . Miss Bessie Griffiths 10 Diiofc (vocal)'Messrs Stevenson&Kearne PART II.. Selection on Gramaplione IitiBb Watson Mrs Sweeney Mr J Stolen.son Miss Field Miss l>avies Miss E Murray. Mr .1 Kearns Miss Plunimtir Miss C Jamie80£i Master Evans In addition to the above some TWENTY SELECTIONS will be rendered.on Mr F. Bernstein's splmidid GRAMAPMONE. An Entertainment in Itself! This is certainly one of the beat pro grammes ever submitted to a Wyalorijf audience—and all play-goers should avail' themselves of this opportunity of having a good night's enjoyment for - . ONE SHILLING Doors open at 7-15...
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
Cy&img. [ Jfiie Racing Bortrd of the Le/igue of wheelman have given a decision in tile following protests - King's appeal against L. M. Jack Sofi was decided"1 in his'favor. This afoBe o'ver a rac« afc Coolamon on J«n'. 28.' Tlie Board was of opinion that • Jickson; though how a member of the IT.S.W League, was not then properly U meinbef,. There is tin agreement between "Victoria and N S.W. Leagues Hot .to tnke members who are not bona' jSde residents of the State. Now, however, it is settled that- Jackson is g resident of Nariandera. The prize tot the race ii* question goes to Ring. ' An appeal of Walters, of* Wyalo'ftg, *liich arose out of a race at Warren J vas dismissed, the decision of the Idea! authorities feeing upheld, vis., that his attendant pushed him off fay going 'over his mark. The prize goes to Coventry. & patrol of the Johannesburg Moun ted Rifles burned Boschlcop Hotel, on on the Hand, which was a regular dopot for the Boers. Two of tfio Mounted Rif...
Sporting Notes. (By Prodigal.) Wed. 27th March, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
Sporting Notes. (By Prodigal.) "Wed. 27;th March, 1901. One of the chief attractions at the Queensland T.G. Ibices last Monday week wis our touring ex-Premier, Mr. Q, S. Rfid taking a few hours off.' There is a skittish lit'-Je thing called Marie Corelli which has been doing fine work, at Rand wick lately. 1 Dead uns' were plentiful at Eose hjll on Saturday. Paddington. Cricket ClubV av-eragfis come out; with- Trumber top in batting and M. A, £?oble at the head of the bowling unalyais.;' TrumperV butting average is 61.88 and' Noble's average 10.65 runs per wicket. Both are very creditable. Peter Jackson viis benefitted at the Brisbane Gymnasium last Monday sight, , j... Crack- swimmer Fred Lane .■■will pject Pick Cavill in two events in Mie forthcoming N.S W. swiming season. The United Scatea Government netted ovtri' ,£20,000 last season by a five per cent.,.tux on the g!"OS? H'coip's of trotting and raeing_;track8. The American jockey Buchanan, b»s- been engaged at a salary of £160...