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P.A.H. and. I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
P.A.H. and. I. Society. A special meeting of the Wyalong Pastoral, Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society Committee was held at Hartigan's Hotel on Thursday night last. Tlie chair was ocsupied by Mr. S. Wilson, President. There were olao- • presentMessrs. Turn bull, Saiith, JVW.-'Conolly', C? N. Uicolson, :J.■•'Connolly, Rtirvkin, Manning, Crow ley, Murphy, Goggin, Welby, Lange, Gagie, Butler, Hunter, ' Broughton, Evans, Helyar, Souden, and the Secre tary, Mr. Isaacs. The minutes of the previous meeting : worn read and confirmed. The inward and outward corres pondence was received on the motion of Mr. Smith, seconded by Mr. Man ning. A letter was read from Mr. Collie as follows:— March 21, 1901. • S. G. Isaacs, Esq., Secretary P.A.H. and I. Association. ; • Dear Sir,—At the Smoke Concert' last year I promised a donatiou of £2 2a towards Wheat, and £1 Is to Farmers' Team prizes. • In order that; ;you may- not be disappointed at not receiving the amount, I at once beg to. ...
[?] Services. 1901 APRIL 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
Wahl©7ftn-b'er vices. 1901 APRIL11901. Data 7th "West Wyalong 11; Mount View 3; Wyalong 7.30, G. Q-. Walkoui, Wya , long 7.30, C. T. Cook. Wamboyne 3, J. WoodB. 14ih "WeBt Wyalong 11 Hiawatha 8.30; Wyalong 7.30, 0. G. Walkoui. 21»t West Wyaldny 11; Mily-a 3; Wya long 7.30, C. G. Walkom. West \\ ya v long 7.80; C- T. Coolc. Wamboyne 3. Q. Woods. 38th Wauiboyno 11; West Wyalong 7,30 C, Q. Walkom- Wyalong 7-30, G. X- Uook. * Marriagou nre solemnised and otber rites «t« the Church administered by tho Circuit lliniator. All loato free- All are welcome. C Q-Wftlkom
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
' Here and There. ^ A Ladies' Divorce CIuli lias been organ,sod m Vienna. It k C;'S The Consuls of the Powers- 1,™* Or!.:'m,nn ftt"d t0 Prince Gcome of ShriSrno,'of c,ete't,,e "10 KoniB Committee reieptm™ i,,v proposals to annex Crete to & 1 by Gr°JkPtn"oPthe iuternationfl1 sSr-Ss&tta? Mrsa hith"to •"«»'«? t;: ileitis Or othoi- mXuuHl Jt action of the weatlior. ' * " 10 '°i"» States For ~ y t!le United u " 1 ?' a year negotiations h*ve wiiV'i ^li?d pimiSch. 52S in f, I C^"cctit'lir. Mich^u. and Monti-,]. TjH.-.en,,;.;, ^•^2? "V""''1'"''!" S,000,000 ' "' of lu'om Pondoliuul a innpcnr, i l U»,!.s;u, ill us, ,-atiou -Wei, tI,o„e,.s of .be^yS «vtirvr,ed/'y ur^ "•Gr^t White Qllr,,''.""l ;'s thl>' rPonrioliind chief l,0ft(r? t|„. „ J, " - uu w„v0j j.f&lt;£ look tin mto the sl-v t„ • > * see another sUr." "'S^i I s!i«U -r\ ^ kll.stOJll.'l I'dVeilUf! '■" for M, ■> 0ra"S° ^iycp Colony for"- tl,0 tli X ■quarter of-n 900 re •th(.(1 , ' thl^ lunount of ■£•!-1,00...
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The following veturna ar'o to band East Sydney—Eoid. West Sydney—Hughe*, S.oVitli Sydney—Edwards, Jiari-ior—Thoma3., Bland—Wilson. Cinoblfis—Brown. Oowpor—Clarko. UAHey—Willp. • JJarlimj—Sppfice: ' Eiion-Monaro—Chapman.'' Gwydor—Cruickshank; Hume—Lyuo Hunter—Barton'. ' Illawnrra:—Fulldiv Lang—McLorih., Maaquarie—Sydney Smith."' Newcastle—Watkins. • New England—SawerS. - North' 3ydaay—Thompson.' ■. Pa t; i' a hi a 11 a—Co o k. Parkes'—Bruce Smith. Richmond—Ewing. ' Riverina—Chanter. ' Robertson—'Willis. Weritworth—McMillan'. W c r'ri'w a— Couroy.
Battlefield Miracles. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
Battlefield Miracles. While there is life tliere is hope, and there is hope for the soldier sometinies even after he has been hit by a Boer bullet. There have been soaie marvel lous escapes from death on the battle fields since the. war begun One soldier , owes his life to the Queen's chocolate box, another to his matchbox. Ser ;ge»vnt Wood, of the Natal Mounted .^Police, who want through the siege of Ladysmith, and was- dangerously wounded in the final attack on the ttown declares t,l>»t bo owes his life fcn •the fact that he had a whistle in his rnout'h at the time a bullet struck him, /the whistle diverting the bullet inio 'his check. • Tlie soigoant is now back jjn London, ami we-.niay bo sure that "5>is \yhistio w ill • btf-oho' of his chief Vc&siir'ea. • A 9TO> WATCH. It is an odd circumstance (says the /Morning Herald') that '.P.P.'s' iii'o'tlier cam.' within an nee of death in the .relii f of Mafeking Major J5aden-Po\V(.li,'. of the Seu's Clivirds, who disti...
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1901. The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
THB - Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1901. • The Elections. TKe excrtehient over the first Fed eral elections has now almost died out, but the results have somewhat opener] the eyes o£ the people. Tlio issue on ■which the battle rested was tho old fiscal "'jado—free:trade v. protection. This cry has for a long time been dor mant, but us soon as the Federal PfJmo Minister announced that tho •policy &lt;of "-the Federal Government wo«Ui'be;'>one of protection on a higli scale?- Mr. Reid organised ■ his forces, and thfi'consoquence is that to-tlay South Wales lus returned a majority of-freetraders to both the ffo'uao of Representatives and the Seriate. Tlie returns now show that tho ministerial party numbers eight, while thd opposi tion, or freetraders, have captured 15 seats. In the Seuate tho returns show five freetraders aiid only one Minis terial supporter—Mr. B-- E O'Connor. ScrRir* tht;, strength of tho two parties' itatida thus : N.S."W. Opposition 15 ; Victori...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 3 April 1901
Tho CftO© of Mr 0- J. ELLIS." (,1V tke " Lfichhardt■ Standard:")' ■ A charming residence, situated at 04 Ci vf i'il street, I'ctorslmm, is occupied by Mr. Jului Joseph Ellis. A representative from tliis paper wlio recently called there made a note of tho following remarks _ "Something went radically wrong with my system," said Mr. Ellis. " 1-noticed my complexion getting more sallow every day, until all colour had departed from my eheekr,. My appetite was by no means bad, although 1 found I was lo-ing weight. It dirt not. require a superabundance of mtelli •jenec to understand that my food was not ,loin" any good, and in time 1 hiul very un pleasant evidences in several ways winch went, to show that my food was not being lighted: iMy mea's were attended -with suliscijuent. p-dns in the stomach, ■ which i.ravelied up niv back, and caused much sufloring uud inconvenience. My head was constantly aching, too, and not a spark of enemy w..b left. Consequently, I felt languid and listless,...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints, Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Divine Services. Church o£ England. All Saints', Wyalong. Apl 5.—(Good Friday)—S a in (M.C.), 11. a m., Eov O W l\atbtm 7.—(Easter Dny/~ 1L am (IIO)J Rov G W iiatteu II a m, Mr Bannis ter 7 p in, Rov Or W Katton 14.—7, Mr J Ohannon ■ 21.—7, Rev G YV Ratton 28.—11, Ituv G W Ratton 7, Mr J Uhaunon
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
A MESSAGE FROfVi SVIARS. Jan. 42n&lt;l, 4801. • Bear Jac1:, -I arrlvod here por air ship safoly, found tlie ilftroiaus are 2,003 years' aliead of yonrold pierco 8s Beobe 111070103 are ridden by all who cauuot afford motor curs, awl tho Wilcox Ss Gibbs oowing maciiino iB the only one known horo you may judgo °f t^HoVblowhfto C& Co., of 377 Goorgo St., Sydney, yon will remember nrt- the .v'ont&.for these goads, and may Hko to oco this, so yoa can pass it on to thorn. Yours truly, BLUES; INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO .. OJLVE 'I'JIE BISCUITS. >. For VERS*. YOUNG- CHIL DREN, rub the biscuits very lightly 611 a clean nutmeg gra ter, or orush very fine and sieve through a sieve, mix carefully witlv boiling water, stirring well, and give through feeding bottle or by spoon. As there is mill; inlthem it if; not advisable to add it.. In the case of young and delicate chil dren,!- it is better to give only about half a biscuit- every two hours than a larger'quantity less often...
St. Baraabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
St. Barnabas' Wost "Wyalong. I Apl 5.—(Good Fri'lay)—11, Mr Baunistor 7, II.0., Km- G \\r Kutton 7—liaster Duy—11, II.C, Rev G W Ratten 7, Mr Bannister 14.—7, Hi'V G W II..itton ' 21.—II H.i J, Kov G W Rattea 7, Mr Bnnnistur 28.-7, Kov G W Kutton . Apl 32.—Wnmboyno ;s;!0, liov G. Ratten 13.—Yiirr.ivillo 8. ,, 14.—Mnisdiins 11, t, 28.—Iiimvathii 3, ,, t "■ G. W. Batten, Incuuibout.