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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
* | t Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, | Narrandera, Lockliart, Lismore, and Mur- | willumbah, announce that they have pur- $ chased the Musical Instrument Business of MESSRS F. E. STARR & CO. of West Wyalong, Temora and Forbes McFARLAND'S are handling the iame high f grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: * ! Apollophone Talking Machines * ♦ t | The Public are invited to inspect the Largest + Stock of Player Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords, % Mandoline, Banjos, Accordeons, etc., etc., % " f.v .1 T | outside the cities. CASH OR EASY TERMS ' C. H. LTD MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG | Also at Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Cor ? owa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and + * Murvrillumbah The Leading Musical lustrum ent House * * * ' Wheat F. Crago & Sons, Ltd MILLERS, WEST WY ALONG &. We are Buyers oi Wheat in any Quantity CalL OR W8JTH ros QCOT2. WHEAT STQ&5L£X '**, 7 aCKKCIES AT aIJ« ST^TTOXS. ? HOKE£ 57 ASH 114. ! I I J> /,' free -J/'''.. - Won...
WHEAT YIELD Average Increasing [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
}VHEAT YIELD Average Increasing / Average wheat yie.d In Nev Sou 1. ■Wales for tlio' year.ending Juno, BlioW -od'.an Increase of;almost .two bushels air acre, ;on the'avorago for tlio pro vIoiib flvo years. ■■J'lguros;', prepared .by the Statu Statistician shows tluit.ll,1152,7:10 acres umlor.,wheat liv thu yea ruiiiiyr rir. :»v.v ! yielded •171:)7D,201M)\ihIio1h, or: an aver ago o£ 1-1.1. i : All o(lit)i'"gniln vropH alHo slmu'wf lncroaHod yleldH.v uh. uompured wlin tlio iivontKo: for Uiu previous llvu yours. ■ _ . '■ Dui'iiiK tliu yoai' u total of -J.r>VU.L'SMi uorei) wore mulur uultlvutlou.
DEFENCE APPROPRIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
DEFENCE APPROPRIATION. I A Bill has passed the House of He-: j preventatives to provide for the ap i propriation of a sum of £3^3C'.W*> ;for naval cocsiru-cuos sua ?.ie ders$op inent of civil amnios. Oc: d shis j amorn; £^Sw.«>X&lt; is for f.ir jment for lie saraS" ecasaiaKSao jco j gramme ia Via, urBjea ij i was decided jo iss33. nro erdae two sea-5oi3s $s&=iet£3ws arsl a sas j plane earner. T5*e failures os sis to be used iiysrares ts» c~-rei«ss>-1 ment of avistioa £2*d tie rasa i«cte | | from Perth to Adelaide ■will isre- Srss ! consideration, ieotit-rs for -srhwJs. are! being called for live yearx. Tie pr&lt;>-1 posal is that aeroplanes sJxmjM meei. J the inward Enjrlish mail steaaiars at! Perth on their arrival from London on Tuesdays, "load first class mail matter for the Eastern States and fly with it to Adelaide where it would be put on the Adelaide express for Melbourne, Sydney, and the other States. This will mean a saving of 36 hours in...
Federal Parliament JOB CONTROL AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
Federal Parliament JOB CONTROL AGAIN With the advent or the Easter holi days job control methods again made their: appearance ' on the .-Australian. wat6r front by the holding up by the Cooks' Union of three Hud dart Parker vessels in Sydney. This is admittedly a breach o£ the award. It is extra ordinary that members of. unions do not realise how very foollsh-r-to say, the least of it—these continual strikeB are from their own point of view, not to mention the loss and inconvenience to members of: the community. IL has recently been estimated that the loss in wages alone through indus trial disputes in 1927, was over..£l, OGG.OOO, representing •136' strikes, com prising ],712,000 working days. The year 1927 was worse in respect of in dustrial disputes than any of the pre ceding five years, yet in spite of this, the Deputy Leader of the Parliamen tary Labor Party (Mr. Scuilin) as serts that he does not lcnow of any period when there has beeii less in dustrial unrest in Australia than...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
E€)R, BEAUTIFUL 3^iVEAa. A B.EBXEI BERLEl CORSET, 604—For heavy figure with big vhlps.xMOn.handsorrie peach sllk.:broche with elastic .sections at waist.. Reinforced over,1 abdomen. Fit ted wit h6ix suspenders/Sizes:,;24-36in.' and 37-40ln. &lt;v: ■: BERLEl WRAP-ON, 439.—For med ium, figures of average prooprtions. In pink striped rep wit helastic sections over hips and at watet In front, Light Zoning imparts gentle control. Four suspenders.. Sizes: 25-36in. BERLEl WRAP-ON, 464.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with elastic sections over hips and all round top, to ensure per fect freedom. Lightly boned back and front. Fitted with four suspenders.. Sizes 20-30in. BERLEl WRAP-ON, 581.—For heavy figure which desires control of the ab domen. Planned In pink P.ekln stripe., with elastic sections over hips and underarm at waist. Slightly raised front, well boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36ln. BERLEl CORSELETTE, 6046—Im parts beautiful lines from above ...
TATTERSALL'S RACES "Advocate" Selections (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
TATTERS ALL'S RACES "Advocate" Selections (BY WIRE) v 'v Sydney Friday HURDLE RACE, About 2 Miles t p,rai. ' SOMNOLENT 1' Ileally .. .. 2 .Triplex 3 DEN MAN STAKES,; 6,. Fur. (2 p.m.); WITITTA. \. • 1 - Ascalon' 2 . Kapuya 3 ~ NOVICE HANDICAP, 1 Mile (2.35) CUTE BIRD 1 Energuique 2 Broadcaster 3 YOUTHFUL STAKES, G Fur. (3.10)" CASQUE d'OR 1 Cleave ' .. 2 Bob's March .. 3 CITY TATTERSALL'S CUP,. 1m. 3f. (3.50) VALL1NO .. .. .. .. .". 1 ' •- Valparaiso .--vS; Renoul 3 , WELTER HANDICAP, 1 Mile (4.25) CUMEULONG ; 1 Queen ALwyne .. .' ,2 Zuleika 3
METHODIST CHURCH Sunday 23rd April [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
METHODIST CHURCH Sunday 23rd April . , ' |' Lake Cargelllgo 11 n.m Mr. C. Tayers Bootawa 11 a.m. Naradlian 3 |).m. Blairgowrie 7.30 p.m. ' ' 4 IlEV. J, W. SPBNOMl Durgooney 11 a.flu. Weja 1 ra.ll 2.30 p.m. ,Wlnnunga 4 p.m. -'i ' ' UnBarlov7.30 p.m. " ''' JUSV. S. PIPER'Mt ' ; LUTHERAN CHURCH SUNDAY, AP11II, 21) Ungarie Hall 10 it.in, Sunday School after Hcrvlco. Everybody wol&lt;somo.:— Hew. P. 0. Slrulan.
SHEEP AND WOOL CLASSES Enrolment of Students [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
SHEEP AND WOOL CLASSES Enrolment of Students 'Mr. F. S. Cameron, Instructor In the Sheep and Wool Classes which are 'being established here by the Technical College, arrived at West Wyalong, on Thursday, for the pur pose of enrolling students. He enroll ed four on Thursday, and had defin ite promises of eight others. Intending students can enrol at the classes, or any information will be supplied: by Mr. A. Andrew, Secretary o£ the Show Association. •These classes will be held at the. Show Ground each Wednesday, from ,11 a.m. till 1 p.m., but: next: week? (owing to Wednesday being Anzac Day) , the classes will be held on Thursday from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. . > In the event of wore than 15 stu donts being enrolled, two classes will be established, and: Mr. Cameron will then arrange to stay at West Wyp. long from Wednesday morning till noon on Thursday in each week.
FATAL ACCIDENT On Naradhan Line [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928
1 FATAL ACCIDENT On Naradhan Line 'A fn.'nl Occident occurred'on tlio TJntfiirle-Naradhari railway lino, oil Monday afternoon IhhL A man/named JamoH Kolly wa« on«aKcd with ■ ol.li or« In handling Hleepei'H, when he tripped and foil backwards, IiIh head striking the »tocl rail. Hi; illed within a quarter of an hour. Th funoral on Tuetsday afternoon wan largely, attended by the work mateH of deceatied. The remaiim were interred In the II.fJ. portion of the iJnxario Cemel.ry, the Kev Father; MefJee, of Lake CargulflKo, officiating at. the KraveHiiie. Tiie funeral arrange' rrientB were conducted by Mr. I/, Caldwell, of Wont Wyalong. \ ■ 1