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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

JN MEMORIAM HILL.—In loving memory of Law rence Sydney Hill, who was acci dentally killed on 18th April, 1927. Inserted by his loving mother ajid sisters, Agnes and Daphne.

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 — 20 April 1928

A. C. CHANDLER land agent Formerly of Wagga has transferred his practice to endeavour house, (opposite Lands Dept.) sydney All Crown Lands And Closer Settlement matters and negotiations with Lands Dept. attended to. Land Boards throughout the State and Land and Valuation Court attended.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE DAY Meeting of P. and C. Association [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

EMPIRE DAY Meeting of P. and C. Association A meeting of the West Wyalong Parents and Citizens' Association is called tor Monday night nezt to make tinal arrangements in connec tion with the annual Empire Day celebrations and picnic to he held at the District School on 24th May nezt. A good attendance is requested.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Wyalong Advocate FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1928 ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

pLst ^bfrorate FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1928 ONE MINUTE READINGS Beauty lives with kindness. # * •* Goodness heightens beauty. * * * •Beauty without' kindness dies un enjoyed and undeligliting. ■ *• ■ * ■ * ■■■.-■■- ■ What is becoming is honorable and, what is honorable is becoming.. • * ■ *, . * ' • . Avarice is always poor, but-poor by her own' fault. * * * Poverty is in want of much, but avarice of everything. * , * » A faithful man shall abound with blessings. He who purposes to be an author, should first be a student. * * * To be angry is to revenge tliefault of others upon yourself. ■ * . * * . When a man is wrong and won't admit it he always; gets angry. * * •* Your actions are your own; their consequence belong-to-Heaven. • * • * * The force of your own merit makes your: way, a gift that Heaven gives you. * * * Against- diseases here, the strong est" fence is the'defensive virtue, ab stinence. * . ' * -Act; well, at ' the" moment, and you have performed; a good: action to all etern...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCASIONAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

OCCASIONAL NOTES! (BY "REX B") The bush people, or those living out-back, have . at last received , a word of praise from someone high up. In the ecclesiastical and social life of New South Wales. When Dr. Long, Bishop-elect of Newcastle, spoke his few words of commendation recent ly, his remarks were broadcast near, and far, with • the result that people are beginning to, realise the debt that is due not only to, the pioneers, but to the present inhabitants of the in terior spaces of the State. Referring particularly to the people , of the West, Dr. Long said he had come amongst them knowing nothing of , the {inter ests of the West, and now he claimed to have become part of the life of the West. He had como to the decision that one of his duties was to make the peoplei of Australia, recognise the national conscience of the people of the West. There is proof abundant, both in past and present history, that those who made their homes in the back country and those who are do ing so to...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FAST RUN Sydney to West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

79 A FAST RUN V *• Sydney to West 1£ ® .Wvalong 9*1": MtEcrt. yr-av'f. atid Jinx Leadb liter put up a govd [)<-r;oriaaiiK« od Sunday j last in their "(sports" model Koffi. J I>«i.viug Syduey at 7 a.xc. via the j Southern Koad, they .reached West j Wyaloug at 7 p.m., averaging 20 inttee .«s hour tor the xltote distance. The eporU fco0y ot titfjsj jstr w^s l>ull£ b/ JUssdWiUr JiroH. on itn ordinary J-'vrfl. ciiuboie.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

! :; F. RUSCONI • | MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR j GUNDAGAI | Will forward designs Tor all classes ..of Monumental Work In Granite, or I Marble; Samples of work Yean, be seen 'at local cemeteryR. HOWARD The Presbyterian / Ladies'College GOULBURN, N.S.W. Registered Under the Bursary Endowment Act Extensive Modem Buildings and Equipment , ■ Healthy Climate. Altitude 2,300 Fee' Electric Light. Sewerage. Hot,-Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds —■ Professional, Commercial, .and • Do mestic'and Science Courses <Iew Term Commence^ Tuesday, 1-1 f: February, 1928 ■ -Prospectus, from the Principal— ■'.C';-;''.'.' ' :';':VV . \. BRIG-GEN. W. RAMSAY McNICOLL C.H.,' C.M.G., D.S.O. 13.A., Dipl. Eiluc Old Tanks Repaired WE specialise in REPAIRING OLD TANKS : by -REINFORCED CON CRETE. All General Plumbing. Work .nd Repairs at moderate; prices. . A." AND' J. LAMB, i . Golden Street (near Main Street) WEST WYALONG $ iT~^\ ^ £ L-ut Liiass | V - •S REFLECTING f N TASTE AND H § DISCRIMINATION. § ^ HTi...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NOT TOO BAD" Australian Roads [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

"N0T1 TOO BAD77 .HHfc- *—;— Australian Roads "Australia is not-doln,! too bndli In road construction," declared Mr. J. T. Potter, director and manager of Gen eral Motors (Australia) .Pty Ltd., who returned by the Sonoma after three •months in America; - Mr. Potter said that, though there were wonderful highways in the Un: 'ted States, some had their "bumpy" "patches. Considering the small popu lation and lack of money, he thought 'Australia'was doing well.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER SHEEP FLY PARASITE Under Test in the Scone District [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

ANOTHER SHEEP FLY PARASITE Under Test in the Scone District ~ ■ T I' Mr. M. 11. Gurnoy, Government, Entoboligist., announces t.hat a paria , ile of; the blowtly (which-.is causing; «o much injury to sheep and wool)' lms. been liberated at< Gundy, in Uio Sconc district. • It -is hoped Uiat tills parisito will do much'to check thc/hlowfly post, but it is too early yet to say what, results will ho obtained. This wasp, Alsia ui'anductor, is a European parasite, obtained' Trom the imperial Bureau of ®n(.omoIof;ist in London. It is -a natural parasite or blowfly, in England. The female wasp pierces the maggot of the blowfly, and lays eggs on it. These eggs develop, and the process is repeated.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

FURTHER DETAILS "What. Is a statesman?" asked the school inspector of five year old Fre da. : "A man who goes about' making speeches," answered , the little girl. "Fair, but not-quite correct.," said the inspector "I myself sometimes make speeches, but I am not a states man." ''I know," returned Freda", smiling brightly; ":t statesman is a man who makes good speeches!"

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT SKINS DEARER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

rabbit skins r dearer ■ /, Wlnclicombe," Carson , Ltd, report: IDeBpite lioavy supplies demand Cor rabbit skins were keen at .Wednes day's' -Sydney sales. Offerings totalled •17- tons. Prices showed an advance of Id. to 2d. per lb. Incomings made to 58d. por lb autumn to 54d, racks 39(1. to 42, second pelty 53d. to 37, damag: od 25(1. to 35, greasy . 24d . to 45(1.' Bost hare skins.made from 13/ to 15/6 per dozen/seconds B/. .to 9/G and in ferior 1/ to 1/9.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

TAKE YOUR SKINS, HIDES, AND I FURS TO J. J. GORMAN WEST WYALONG • CASH BUYER, TpP PRIQE§

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATION Mallee to Wheat Lands [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATION Mallee to Wheat Lands jTlie transformation of the mtillou districts'oE Now: South Wales is an object lesson In reclamation. Within two. decades a vast area; lias been brought to prosperous pro ductivity. Some of the best of the wheat bell to-day was formerly an ungrassed harbor for rabbits and' deadly malice snakes. Denued of its stnntcd but closa ■growing trees, the fertility of the soil has been proved. • (says the "Daily Telegraph." ^ t The discovory of economical clear ing methods opened tlio gate . to | profitable wheat raising. When it was I found that: the "whip stick" and the | 'broom bush". trees could be levelled by a huge roller drawn by a team of bullocks, fired, and cropped .'in one year, demand set in for the country. Old steam boilers were bought for a song from the nearest junk heap, an. axe fitted, and a team of 'bullocks yoked up. The roller was drawn round and 'round the paddock like a reaper and binder. The mallee was left flat. When It d...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
END OF THE GREYCLIFFE Remains of Ill-fated Ferry Blown Up [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

END OF THE GREY- j CLIFFE I I Remains of Ill-fated Ferry Blown Up i ■ V,; , - ;/ ^ ^ J A' reverberating explosion; a con vulsive upheaval of water 200 feet high, speckled with - fllying debris— and the wreckage of a death-ship top pled over and : sank in the waters of the Harbor. Thus was the, curtain rung down on Ihe Groycliffe tragedy (which re sulted, in over '10 persons losing their lives, after, a" collision^ with tlie/fahiti on' November 3 last year), when the Harbor Trust on Tuesday blew up portions of the ferryb'oat, which have protruded from the Harbor, near Tar onga Park, for some months. The Greycliffe was offered for sale, but no bids were received. The re mains will now be romoved by divers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

Autumn Fashions DISTINCTIVE NEW Which establish a new high stand^$|>J indi COATS viduality and smartness fb •"^.4 ■ WOOL VELOUR COATS, Silk lined. Fur Collars and Cuffs. FUR COATS, Fancy lined. TAILORED COSTUMES FROCKS ENGLISH WOOLLEN LUMBER JACKETS, SPECIAL FELT HATS, two tone. EVENING FROCKS, Georgette, Lame, and- Crepe de Chene. HANDBAGS, KID GLOVES, SILK GUOVES. KAYSER AND AS-YOU LIKE-IT HOSIERY, in all wanted Winter Shades. SILVER BEAD FRINGE FUR TRIM MINGS, GOLD AND SILVER LACES, in all widths. John Meagher & Go. Ltd. MERCHANTS AND IMPORT^■^,*, ❖ ❖ O ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦ * ❖ ❖ ♦ ❖ ❖ ❖ * t ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦ <?> ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ <$> ♦ ^ W.BRERETOirM^sr~~ WlsheB to notify the Public of West Wyalong and District that he «J?eB fil! branches of DENTISTRY. MURRAY'S GLOBE LIVERY STABLES ~ «i B*ar Exchange—Hotel HOE&'iiS & VEHICLES FOR liAXiE. HIRE, OR FXCHANGE W-'-Ung Parties Catered For The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

D. R. BEDFORD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT WOLLONGOUGH ST., UNGARIE Agent for Queensland Insurance Co. Phono 69, Ungarie. * © Most Traction ON ANY :j Balloon Tyre \ v ^ When we puf tKe NEW! Goody ea r.;. Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather • Tread—the famous old* All- Weather re designed and. improved for low-pressure tyre traction. i <A TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre." You get safely, too; and longi slotv even iread tvear; quiet, smooth running; good looks and trouble-proof mileage/ a, . ; u„ j Come m and let us.show -9 : i. . you.this;tyreIv.-.-,.^:. A; LINDNER, ' PHONE 67. t WEST WYALONG S. ' t ■ jkzzsa *' r A. W. STIDWILL General Commission Agent UNGARIE Large Stocks of Super and Bunticide.on Hand. A. W. STIDWILL Box 40 UNGARIE. Phone 15 Give Me a Trial Satisfaction Guaranteed with the RADIOLA 5TANDARD"6/ A 6 Valve Superheterodyne Broadcast Receiver. Housed in high grade C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

DUFFY BROS. AGENTS FOR MITCHELL. & CO, s.J. Plows, Combines, Harrows, uis Cultivators, Disc Plows, Big E list vestcr, Seed .Grader, Bagshaw Chal cuUers, Smitli'B Chaftcutters, Equals iDg Yokes, Herders, Sawbench"a, Scarifiers, etc. Good, Supply of Dup'l catOB on hand. BmiKe & Co., Wheat Buyers Sydney Fire Office, Insurance " PHONE 12 Perch and Black Bream | Obtainable in any quantity at the FREEZING WORKS lake cargelligo i rHY delay building that new home you have been planning when you can erect one of these attractive, Fire Retardant, White Ant Proof, and Permanently Durable "FIBROLITE" Dwellings for actually less than the cost of a weatherboard house? A " FIBROLITE " Home will not only cost you less to build—its " upkeep" costs are practically nil, as a " FIBROLITE " dwelling does not require the protection of expensive oil paint any more than a brick cottage does. Consider, too, that as the Fire Hazard is reduced to a mini mum, insurance rates for "FIBROLITE " Ho...

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REV. AND MRS. G. E. EVANS Farewelled from Milton Welcomed to Wyalong Circuit [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

REV. AND MRS. G. E. EVANS JLAi. Farewelled from Milton Welcomed to Wyalong Circuit The Rev. George E. Evans, who lias 'been appointed to the "Wyalong Circuit, arrived lie^e . on Saturday last, accompanied by Mrs-Evans, and took up his duties on Sunday. The following report of the farewell ten dered Mr. and Mrs Evans is taken from the Rlilton "Times":— iMilfon had the -unusual experience of speeding'the parting guest- and holding out the hand of friendship to a nowcomcr at'the same function on Tuesday "night. All denominations joined at Milton Sell oil of Arts in the farewell to Rev. G. E. Evans,-who lias been transferred to (lie West; AVyalong Methodist Git. ctiil,- and the welcome to his successt( Mr. Henry Robinson. Mr Stan Cork presided, and among those present on'the platform, besides the guests pf the;evening, wliq inclu (U\i Mi- Evans, were Rev. S. A; Turner (Anglican) and Adjustant P. D. Mer ton, officer in charge of Salvation Army operations here. The audience., included rep...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

ffflHHiu'ini'ufiu.wiT: Model T 61. Many Church dignitaries and worshippers cherish an ardent desire to secure a pipe organ for their particular Church. In many cases, this is an impos sibility, because of the high cost of these instru ments. But an organ of wonderful power and remarkable range of expression—THE ESTEY CHURCH ORGAN, MODEL T 61 (as illustrated), can be secured at a reasonable figure, and will admirably suit the requirements of the Church which wants a first-rate instrument, but cannot afford a pipe organ. ' This model is a two manual organ with 15 stops, thus providing an infinite range of tone expression. The Oboe, Salcional, Flute and Vox Celeste "speak ing" stops are particularly beautiful, while the deeper sounding reeds and pedals produce exquisite well - balanced harmonies. Sweet and sonorous sounds are equally effective on this organ, which is generally recognised by musical critics to be the finest instrument of its kind possible to obtain. Like all the Estey m...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HURRYING TO HOSPITAL Cars Collide, Fine of £3 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

HURRYING TO HOS PITAL Cars Collide, Fine of £3 Frederick Carter, a . well known Bathurst resident, while attending to his sick son at Kelso, about two miles out, received word" that his wire who was in St. Vincent's Hospital, had taken a serious turn. In his hurry to reach the hospital Carter's' car col uled with another car- on Denison bridge. ' .. , : The sequel was Carter's appear I ance before Mr. Scobie, S.M., :at . Uio Bathurst Police Court on a- charge of negligent driving. Inspector Watts admitted that the facts were as Car ter stated. The magistrate fined Carter £3, with S/ costs.

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