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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Tiik -o (: Placo in town for selected K'^lwoir.!, Oregon, Tlidmioiul 1'ine, Redwood Mouldings, Scntin, ArehitiMvcs, ««l.c. E. MTLLS, Wo.st \\'yi)!oit;4. .Seleat'v-l .Spottod Gum for Wiieclwriyhts, 10,000 foci to cboosu fiom.
Wyalong Council. NO QUORUM ON TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
• Wyalong Council. NO QUORUM ON TIM'S DAY JS'IGIIT. . Tho usual, monthly iiuTtint; of tlio above was notili &lt;1 ti> liuv.> tu-.i-u place 'on Tuesday night but lapsed l'or wnnfc of a quorum. Tlio Aldermou present during the llieotin" of tlio NVmks and .Finance! Committees' prior ti 8 j>.m. wero tlio Mayor (Aid. Chudlr.iL'li) and A idirrnion Neold, Tyler, Pilce, .hung, jM^riai t v, Davis, and Plowes. The business oftiio two Cjn.iiiitteus ■ was finished between 8 and 9 p.m., but when the time arrived for the whole Council to meet it was found that A Mormon Tyler, Nceld, Jamos,. and Pike had taken their departure, and left no quorum to proceed with tho business, and the meeting therefore lapsed. The following is a resume of tho business on the notice papers served to Aldermen :— Correspondence. Ileport from Works Committee. Report from Finance Coinmitteo. Report from Inspector. Orders of the Day : The appointment of Ofiicers. The appointment of Valuers. Tho Aldermen a...
The Two Houses. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Tlie T^ro Houses. The relative positi- ns of the two parties i:i tins Federal House of Repre sentatives and tlio Semite, m:ij' now be summed up as follows :— HOUSE OF REPBESENTATIVES. Ministerialists ar Protectionists ... 36 Opposition or Freetraders .„ 31 Labor ami Independent ... 8 THE SENATE. Ministerialists or Protectionists ... 15 Opposition or Freetraders ... 15 Labor ... ... .... 6 Tho above shows that without the Labor and Independent Vole the Gov ernment have a majority of live in the Lmvw ] Eouat;, and tho parlies are a tit? in the Senate. The Labor members in the Senate a.ie all protectionists, and it 'nay be assumed from that, that they will vote with the Government on the (iscal quest.fo l ai.d will tlnis give the Government a majority in tins Uppor Chamber, while the eight Labor and Independent niembeiM in tho Lower Ifou o eouhl, by a solid vote upset the Government by a majority of two votes. Hut this is unlilcoly—it would lie more probable that tho number would be di...
West Wyalong R.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
West Wyalong R.C. Tho prix.es for the shooting for the quarter ending 30th June, 1001, are as follows: — First Tenia.—First prize trophy valued at £1 1«, and 50 rounds .303 •Ammunition. Second prize 10s 6d, and 50 rounds ammunition. ["hird prize 5s, and 50 rounds. Fourth prize 5s, and 30 rounds. Fifth prize 80 rounds. Sixth prize 40 rounds. Second Team.—Frst prize 200 rounds M.H. ammunition. Second prize 150 rounds. Third prize 100 rounds. Fourth prize iO rounds. Fiftv prize 50 rounds. Sixth round 30 rounds. The following are the Handicaps for the Quarter :— 1st Teurn. Ranges. Crowley J. Akhurst Gosper Campbell • •• Paddock Nay or Durand . ••• Mills E. Dempster McMillan Sonden Crosvloy J. J.... Rae ITancox Evans W. ' ... Collie 11. A. ... Cellini; ••• (in 100 yds.) 5&6 6ife7 7&8 . 4 6 9 , 5 7 12 , 5 8 13 7 9 11 7 9 14 . 7 9 14 . 7 9 14 . 7 11 14 . 8 10 18 ; 8 10 18 .-8 10 18. 8' 10 18 9 11 18 10 11 18 9 12 19 11 14 20 13 18 23 2nd Team.. - Ranges. ■ - (ir. 100 yds ) ...
Town Topics [BY OBSERVER] OUR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Town Topics [BY OBSERVER] Whatever is the Wyalong Council N OUR COUNCIL. coining to ? A re the ratepayers yoin^ to wit ness another 12 months of tommy-rot, and see their rates (if not paid away in.law) lying idle in the bank, when it should be put into work that .vould tend to improve the present state of the town. The Aldermen arc well aware that the wet winter months are nearly upon us, and thafc should mako them more eager to see to the ratepayers' wants (as well as their own comforts) and have some street improvements 'effec ted—as if they wait for the wet weather to set iu they will find ifc an impossibility to take the necessary levels. A stitch in time saves nine that is an old axiom they should remember. A meeting of the civic body was called for Tuesday night— and at /.30 .all tho Aldermen "were present. I was told that the Finance and Woiks Committees had to meet, prior to the Cr'.uiail, and that they had^ about an hour to transact the business—business that ought to take ...
Barmedman Land Board. MONDAY, 22nd April [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Barmedman Land Board. MONDAY, 22nd April Application for permission to ring bark—01.1—John Fallon Application for appraisement of p.iviifcii! value—C.p and 0-1, Joseph T. Webb Application for annual lose—01, 1 nnd 2, East liarinedni'in—James Mc Namara Applications for conditional purchases Cp 00 7, Burin east, Bank NSW, J. V Kennedy CpOO 10, unci cl 00 9—Union Bank J. W. II. Wyso CpOO 12 and cl 00 10—Union Bk. J. \V. 11. Wyse Cp 00 1—Robert Irvine CpOl 2—A. J. MoNumara Applications for Settlement Leases. SI 01 1 — Sydney Wy.se SI 0 2 —.1. Jasprizxa SI 01 Ceoifio T. Wells SI 01 1—G. W. Gardiner Applications for remission of value of improvements Trustees Into A. Davidson—cl 29G01 —T Rowlnndson ; cl 29(505—T. J. 0'l>rion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
" Good Wink nre'ds nr> bush." I'ot it cannot bo too often pointed out th;>t when you go to the city - there is one place—how rconi;iiisi!(l as one of the •' sights of the city," that 110 matter how often you huvo been before, you should visit again— that is the Cyclo rania, for constant change-i vr: being made to meet the public Jem -iifl. The latest addition is an excellent up to date Lumierc Ciuematogniphe, with a number of interesting and humerous films. The bull-fight alone is worth the modest shilling that admits the visitor 10 the CyeloiiUi) 1 and tlm host of side shows, which h*vo recently been added to this popular place of pastime and profit.*
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY APRIL 6 1901. Wyalong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
THE Wyalong Advocate, &nbsp; SATURDAY APRIL 6 1901. &nbsp; Wyalong Hospital. A meeting of the Committee of the Wyalong Hospital was held at Lind- say's Hotel on Wednesday night. Present:—Mr. Clarke (in the chair) and Messrs. Souden, Helyar, Jones, &nbsp; R. Neeld, the Rev. G. W. Ratten, and tho Secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed on the motion of the Rev. G. W. Ratten, seconded by Mr. Helyar The correspondence was re- ceived and adopted on the motion of the same mover. Mr. Souden moved, and Mr. Jones &nbsp; seconded, that a letter of thanks be forwarded to F. Neeld, Esq., for his &nbsp; action in guaranteeing the amount of &nbsp; £'200 at the Bank to pay sub to con- &nbsp; &nbsp; tractor. Mr. Souden moved, and Mr. Ratten &nbsp; seconded, that Emmerton's. tender for Hospital collection boxes at 15s each be accepted. Carried. &nbsp; &nbsp; Moved by Mr. Souden and seconded ...
Land Board WYALONG, Tuesday, 16th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 April 1901
Lanl Board WYALONG, Tuesday, 16th April. Inquiry as to conditions and issue first certificate—25,26, James Cattle, &nbsp; now C. S. Pilon Applications for Improvement pur ' chases. I.P. 00.1 !, Robert Geo Linil.suy „ 00.16, William D. Tucker ,. '00.19,.Hedlcy Souden - ,, &lt;01.1, John Ford „ 01.2, William Thom „ 01.3, Mary Ann Schneider Application for permission lo effect improvements, ' "Dog-proof fencing on Uulagnnny p.li Applicntio'i for Conditional Purchases ; O.P. 00,0, Francis James Scott C.P. 01.2, Austin. Mortg. Lund and .•Eiiuu.cu Co, ltd. ^Pvoposcd'ninclification of T.S Reserves ' (MIS, GI21, 041G, and 23558, wiUi in Wen it:green p.li., co. Gipps Proposed curtailment of T.S.ll 5118, > puish iiihlujolee, cu. Uipps, within ! Woll&lt;mgou;j;h p.li. Proposed curt lilmcnt of recodification of T.S IV-23558, cuts. Cooper and (!ipp",' .v:Chin Yalgogriu North p.li. Appraisement of .value of. 1 in pro vein ts. ; S.L. 00. G, 1. "LI. \Vhi!( y. Tiu|uirii"; ...
WEST WYAIONG BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM. G. M. BALES, MEN'S CLOTHIER, BOOT AND SHOE WAREHUCUSEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
WEST WYAIONG- BOOL' AND SHOE EMPORIUM. G. M. BALES,' Men's Clotiuer, Hoot and Shoe WAIlKIICUMiMAN, Is now offering an extensive and choice range of Lilies', Children's, and Gentlenv-n's Boots and Shoes at greatly Reduced Pi ices. Tile most up to date and extensive stock on tho Wyalong gold fields. Gentlemen's Clothing, Shirts, Coi liav, Ties, Hosiery, and all descriptions of Wearing Appi-rel—the choicest as sortment in town. Suiisjjl'-o order a specialty. A com plete range of the new season's patterns to cliooie from. Satisfaction guaran teed. Motto—Small profits find quick returns. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Before making your purchases you are cordi diiilly invited to cull and inspect; 110 trouble to show you our extensive stock ; no pressing to buy ; civility and attention our watchword. Bootmaking and Repairing ia all its branches done on the premises. Bring vourlpoots and shoes for repairs, no matter where purchased A first class workman always kept on hand. G. M. BALES, (Late W. ...
P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
P. and A. Society. A committee meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening— Mr. IX H. Rankin (Vice-President) in the chair. There were also present :— Messrs. Punton, Welby, Holmes, Cmwley, Gelling, Gagie, J. Counolly, H. Souden, Butler,..and the Secretary. The minutes of the previous met?tins; were confirmed, and the inward and outward correspondence received. The following letter from Mr. W. A. Holunia was rend :— Sydney. April S, li'O/. Mr. Isaacs. Secretary Wyalonjj" 1J. -V. 11. and I. Association. ,D-ar Sir,— I saw tho Uncle'.' .Secretary For. Mines and Agriculture to-day rathe Show Subsidy. I learnt:— 1. That vour receipt forms aro to hand, and accepted as satisfactory. 2. That vouchern are also to hand, and will ba filled'nut by tho Department, with tin totals as tho items aro chuclo'd. 3. That tho whole matter will now go smoothly forward, without further atten tion on your part, unless it bo t■> furnish explanations of nny doubt''til items. • _ 4-'. That everything...
The Rabbit Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
The Babbit Question. Soma time ngo the Grenfell P.A. and H. Association appealed to all kindied association*, Stock Boa ids, etc., to join iu the deputation for tlif more strict enforcement of'the Rabbit Act, and the t a kin's; of such 'further steps us might be considered necessaiy for the eradication of the pest. It was suggested that advantage should he taken of Easter week to form a monster deputation to the Ministiy. As a result, tlic following resolutions were adopted at h conference presided over by M,r. 11 H dl (Gr.-nfell) : - Moved by Mr. Fischer (Cnonajn'o)''), nnd seconded by Mr. T. Fi'zpatrick, JI.L.A., 'That, the Minister for Lands he requested to declare all the districts suffering from the, ravages of rabbi's in New South Wm1.cs rabbit,-infested, so fur as the compulsory killing clauses of the Rabbit Act :iro concerned, and that sufficient inspectors arc appointed to see the destructive clauses are carried out. sunnSt-meou-ly Moved by M r, S. Wilson (Luke Cottal), sec...
Bygalorie Opal Find. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Bygalorie Opal Find. So:no half-a-u-iAiii uittu have beet*' smirching for opal on the Bygalorie * run, about three miles west of blio" home station, towards Cudgellico. It"' appears that hoido twenty years ago ind entions of opal we.ro found in this locality, but t-lie owner of the station-' prevented the finders from proceeding' any further in the matter. Just, after tht; recent rainfall the party found opal of a valuless nature, which,howe -er, in opal-bearing country' is locked upon by experienced men as a'good indication of the presence oE irue opal.''.,The men; after a few days'* prospecting, were ordered off by the malinger of the run, on the grounds that the land was purchased properly,. They then enrne inio Condobolin for is. plan of the land with a view of disput ing, if possible, the right'of thestntion: to prevent them from working. This is a matter ut" importance to ilio com inunitv and will lie watched with interest.— Condnbnlin " J.aclilaiider." Li Hung Chang is said t...
Cycling Notes. (From the unlop Pneumatic Tyre Co.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
cycling -LN otes. (From t.l.o Dunlop Pneumatic Ty Motor notes are to bo found in practically all cycling p purs now—evidence of tho growth and development of motoring. In Europe, England, iind the United States autouiobilism is going ahead iirleaps and ■ bounds, but tlia heavy duty on moto::3 in most of our States will prove a heavy drag on tho growth of tho industry avid par-time in Australia. This amount does not in cludo freight, insurance, etc. A car that, sells ill London for .L'liOO cannot ho landed ill Victoria under £300. Surely this is carrying thu protection policy t,io fur. Tho present duty protects nobody, and is simply a taxation for reran no purposes. 1'here are now over 20 motor vehicles rmr I ning about Sydney streets—more than are I possessed in ?&lt;ll' tho other States put , together. Sufliciont ovidenen that tint | existing prohibitive duty is strangling tho growth of mi industry that will yr t play j an irnportiii't part in tho advancement of j the Austr...