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Telegraphic. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Sydney, Tuejtky. The attendances at Hand wick on Gup Day numbered close on 23,000. Tlio, .winner of the Cup turned up in San'^riin. Tlicre "were 65.000 people at :the Royal Agricultural Show yesterday. The attendance was the largest on record. Desmond won the high jump, clear ing 6 feet 2 inche.s. . See will declare the names of 'the State Ministry to-day. Mr. Ash ton has refused a portfolio. A highly valuable seam or coal h«s 'been found between West Muitland and 'Cesswick. /■ 'Two' fresh cases of plague h vvc oc curred at Brisbane. Fred. Campbell was aceidentnlly ,'fjhot at a picnic at Mudgee yesterday!
MERRY CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
MERRY OHIIj DKEX. The te tellers unci friends of tin; children at'endint; All Stilus' Sundav School, Wyuloiijj, entertained th.) juveniles at their -himhiI picnic ou Wednesday list—tin; rendezvous b"irig Mr. R. OS-agio's paddock. The child run this ycir hud a splendid tivat as, owins* to tho liberality and ^enerosit.v of Messrs. I'Valey and I lorucistle, tho} wt-ru driven in vans an:l lorries. The procession' Joniced very 'gay, and the conveyances wcie well laden; tin; children looked forward to the day wi.li happinew, and they waved their liar's and banners eiithtisiasticdly The Rev. G. \V. Ratten headed the procession. After the picnic ground had been reached the party was very animated—swings were kept busily going throughout, the day, and races for boys and girls were run oil'—and all had a thorough good time of it. Alter the.drive home, which eventuated tvir, I lout- the slightest mishap, three rinftiny cheers were given for iMessrs. Foaley, Horhei'stle, , Ga^ie,. Bannister, ih...
ON EASTER MONDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
ON EASTER MONDAY NIGHT Mr. Fred. Davys "gain' played; to a crowded house. Th;&lt; audience were more than ple-isorl with, the- enter-, tiiinnienf, and everything passed off in capital stylo. * • . Under the auspices 'of ' the Loyal Federal Lodge, M.U., I.O.O.F., \Vya ■long, a ' GRAND SOCIAL . was held in the'Excelsior Hal!, and was a great success in every' r«,-ipeot. Between 00 and 60 couples were, present, and they thoroughly enjoyi'd themselves " tripping the light, fan tastic" until the 11 wee sma' hours" on Tuesday morning. Mr. Jiis. Howard carried out the duties of M 0. in a very able manner, and won encomiums from alt piesent. i'lio music was ex cellent—being supplied hy Mrs. Hig gins on the piano, and Mr. Bernie on the violin. Mr. W. li. Hancock also assisted on the piano, and assistinee was rendeied by Messrs. J. Younjc and S. Gregg on the violin. Refresh in en ts were served at midnight. The Secretary (Mr. C. Irwin) and the organising committee deserve every credit...
ON EASTER MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
02T EASriiR MONDAY Tin; first ..-.meeting.- of the Wyalong Puny and Galloway C ub eventuated in Bironi a Park. ■ A largo number of persona woro .'present., and some good racing wms witnessed-. The results were as follows :■— . Opening- Handicap—-Blucher 1," I'll Try 2,-George-3: •-'•Pouy-Handicap—Topsy 1; Countess 2 ■ Publican's. Purse—JWee Jim 1, Topsy 2. Easter Handicap—Bluclier 1, I'll Try 2. Minnrs'-'Handicap—Topsy .1, Wee Jim, 2. . ..Pony Sweepstakes—Oountesa/ .' Eorouu H-aiulic".'.p—-I'Jl--Try 1, George 2, Blucher 3. While oti this subject we might state that wo will have to apologise •to our rlumerous readers in giving so scanty »!report of the gathering, and in doing ,\o we will give our reasons for -taking such a course. The Advo CATU is now recognised as the paper in which nil got .fair play—either for or against—»nd we are pleased to state . that it is -the public who have r«co« nisfd (.lie f-icfc. We can assuro Miein it will always be our endeavour to maker'this journal ...
VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
VALEDICTORY. Mrs. and Miss J;unieson, of West 'W.ynlong, were treated to a hearty soud-oftj in the form of a Soci«» I, in-tilts Victoria Hall on Tuesday night last, prior to their departure from the dis trict. About 30 friends svere present, find all spent a most happy time— 'dancing taking up the greater part of the evening. Mr, Bert Wyld was "all there'' as M.C., and carried out the dunes appertaining thereto in a most etiioiunt manner- The music was »ll that could hi; desired — being supplied bv Miss Daisy Phillips and Mr. W. II. ILmdcoek oil the pi-:no. A sumptuous repast was provided by the ladies. Songs were rendered in good style by Miss Lydford, Miss Daisy Phillips, and Messrs. Bert Wyld, and J. Stevenson. The singing of " Auld L'mg Syne" a -shake of fcli* hand, and good wishes for boil voi/offo and future proso";-i!y to .Mrs. and Mus Jamioson brought the pleasant function to a close.
CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
London, Thursday.—General Botha has had a further interview with Lord Kitchener, and is trying to re-open pence negotiations on behalf of the entii'B Boer forces. Botha says he is convinced De Wet is insane and is losing his influence. The London 'Times ' says the terms ■recently offered to the Boers should not he offered "gain. Boer columns under Van Reetan and other Boer leaders, have crossed the Orange River and are returning fi om Cape Colony. A member of the sixth contingent has developed the plague at Cape Town. The Russian Minister for Finance has warned the Cz»r that he dreads the effect' of the declaration that. St. Peter.sberg is in a state of scige, and says that if the factories are closed, rio army could prevent the rising of the ■ working classes. Li Hung Chang believes that the Tung-fu siding and the Prince Tuan risings which recently took place were only devices to obtain personal par dons bv surrender on terms. The Germans in China prefer Aus tralian horses to those...
Easter Holidays. DOINGS AT WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
DOINGS AT WYALONG. Etsfertide at Wy along pnssfid of! with eclat as far as entertainments and amusements were concerned—and as for the )»t.tcr item— well, there whs I lenty-' of'tlvit, and the townspeople have now rcsu•u'-t.l their various labors with smiling countenances. On Thursday night of last week the CONVERSAZIONE in aid of Kb. Barnabas' Church Build ing Fund took place, and in every re spect Wiis a grand success. Notwith standing the fact that the Committee were not allowed to use the new scene.ry recently pointed by Mr. Fred. Dtvies, the, Secretary and Mr. A. Te'oay ovcrciiiiie the ddlicultv and rticoly draped the stage with curtains and art muslin, and this had a very pleading ell'-ct. Everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy the programme, sub mitted— the general comment being that they hat! got. too much for their "Colonial .Robert" — especially in the lau'_'h;er line. The pmgranime in cluded songs by Miss Daisy Phillip", Miss Pluituner, Miss E'.m Murray, Miss Hazel Watson, M...
Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Telegraphic.. Sydney. Friday.— Mr. Ho id resigned ihe leadership of the Opposition last ni^ht, when eulogistic speeches were m-icle. The question of appointing » successor to Mr. Reid was postponed until the meeting of tnem beta, which will take plucR 011 Tuesday. Mr. McMillan has marked all the men now in .tin? State. Parlimnent, and says there urn hardly sufficient to make a decent Ministry. The majority of members of the Federal 1 abinefc. who are nil now in Melbourne, favor the Federal Parlia ment sittings heinii held on Tuesdays, Wednesd iys, Thursdays and Fridays. Mr. Lewis 1ms resigned hispoitfolio as honorary member~of the Cabinet. At the Commonwealth Cabinet meeting lust night, 110 decision was arrived at concerning appointments or salaries. f
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Local and General. , Ted Morris, our local fruiterer, is applying for a colonial wine license. ; Tlieannual pimiein connection with St?B&riiiahtis' Sunday School is to take 1 place on Wednesday next. : Messrs Neold and Sons have started j their new rock-drilling machinery, and have let a contract for sinking. All parts of this big and grand mine are in-full working order. Mr J. N. Crowley secure! third place in the King's prize at the Goul burn rifle matches, beside winning other amounts of £1 each. Mb J. Tremayno, who met with a vevy sevt-.re accident n short time ago, is now out of the hospital. He is able tithget aboutj on crutches and we hope soon to see liiai take his shift at tho ■ mine. Mr Jas. Brogan had the misfortune to brake, a small boue in his wrist Must •week. Tlio injury was very painful for a tinii, but he is now on the mend; At the Police Court, Wyalong, on Tuesday, II«i!rietia IT ill sued her hus band, John 1 htllj for Vnaiutenaoei'; The ewe was parbheaid-t...
The State Ministry [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Ttie State Ministry Mr See sueceeded in re constructing his Ministry on Wednesday. During; the day lie consulted with his oid col leagues »nd several of the prominent members of the Protectionist party. One of the first to be o Ob red a port folio wns Mr Henry Clarke, who is generally known (is 1 the father of the House.' Mr Clarke, however, did not think the state of his health would permit him to undertake the responsi bilities, and he declined. Finally tho Ministry was fixed up as follows: — Mr See—Premier and Colonial Sec retary. Mr Wise—Attorney General Mr O'Sullivan— Minister for Works Mr I\ ivy — Minister f ir Education Mr t?i ick-—Minister for Lands Mr Wardell —Treasurer Mr Kidd—Minister for Mines Mr 11 G Fitzgerald—Justice Mr Suttor— Vice-President of the Executive Council. Mr See lists dropped two of his old colleagues, Mr. Wood and Mr. ILissall. Of tho three new Ministers Mr. K'dd has held office, before, but this is the first time Mr. Waddell, member for CowiM, and Mr, F...
Mr. Watson's Friends. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
Mr. "Watson's Friends. A meotinr* was hold at Hartigan's Hotel on Thursday night to t-iko steps lo give Sir. J. G Watson, M.H R., » public welcome on his first visit to Wj'along, Mr. lloililinotr. was voted to the ch'iir, and there were about '15 gentlemen prevent. Oil the. motion of Mr. Hirtignn, seconded by Mr. Howard, the Secre iary instructed to arrange with the hind to meet Mr. Watson between Wyalong and Roberts's Hotel. It was decided to entertain Mr. Watson at a Smoke. Social on Monday night. next, and that the price, of ad mission bo 2s Gd. Messrs. Howard and Hoddinott were appointed a sub cbYiimitteo to interview and arrango for singers, music and waitresses. Messrs. White, Gorman, Hill, Dodds, Hartigan, Orampton, Oallinder, and the Socretnry were appointed a sub-committee to arrange for refresh ments. It was arranged that Mr. Coonan take, tlio chair at t!i« Social, nnd Mr. D Williams the vice-chnir. The meeting then adjotir:; a till tho following night to Lindsay's Hotel. ...
Latest' War News. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
/Latest' War JSTew Loii don, Man day. .. Lord E-iti.-Iwiier 1) ia presented ilit.1 CroM Medal to Madame Ferriers, Jieid of the French Ambulancc at Johannesburg, for kindness'to British prisoners. Commandant Scheepors enpturod near Aberdeen 25 men cf the 5t.li Lancers and Brabant's Horse. Colonel Ce.mr.gton's colonial column is refllting '"r.t Rossmead Junction, . throe months' hai'd trekking. The tropps covered a daily average dis tance of 31 miles. Several small Boer commandoes are harrassing the country between Aberdeen and the Orange Iliver. . Parties of Boers who arc daily sur rendering, state that they remained fighting fullv believing Botha's state ;-.ni(!Dt that Kruger was away obtaiuing reinforcements for the Boers. The present Cnpital of the Boers is at a pluce 35 milea liortli of Pietcra :burg. British official returns of casualties from the outbreak of the war to tlio end of March, are given as follows : — • Killed 14,708 •Missing ... ... 775 - Invalided ... ... 2,0G9 The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 April 1901
—J?'or Sale CHEAP— TJILLIARD RAGATELLE TABLE. D Apply" to MRS. WE-TLEY, Central Totvn. Municipal District of Wyalong. roEN.DERR nro invited until tho 20th I INSTANT for tho REPAIR and MAINTENANCE of tho Metalled. Roads | within tho Municipality. ' JOfLV SJrETfrtTRST, Town Clerk. Railway « Wvaloijg. ;i PU3LIO MEETING will bo liohl at A. CROUCH'S HOTEL,, CENTRAL \VY\L!.)NG, at S o'clock on TUESDAY NIOHf, Kith April, for tho purpose of TAKING- IMMEDIATE STEPS to havo tho Public Works Comuiiltee's rticnniDiPii dation if ilia CONSTEUO i'lON OF THE RAILWAY FROM TifiMORA TO WY-A LONG- carried out. It boin&lt;>- a matter of URGENT imooi tflncd to ail Farmers. Settlera, and Busin»-SB People in tho District, ono and all are requested to attend, and tako an active part in tho proceedings. F. DEMPSTER, Hon. Pec. to Public Meeting. ^PU.BLIO^""" DEMOHSTEATIOW TO : J. 0, WATSON, ESQ. AI.ELH, rni-IE runLiG nr.- cordially INVITED JL to RHsiNt in PUBLU.LY WRLCOM. :HsG the Member fur tho Bl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
Mr Fogan's appointment as Perman ent Under-Secretary for I-fome Affairs is sharply criticised in JMfl 1 »ounie, wore it is stat. d that the position is one of the most important iu the Common wclili,' and can on'y lie. tided l>y an ofiiocr of long experience. and proved capacity for ufUurs. " Oh, dear, you ought to co into th&lt; next - room and 'sc-e my children. I luvve just purchased thorn a " Pathway of Life" from G. M. Galloway, nnd they prize it like a new baby ! Ha ! -ha ! ha1! h a !" This is whit a mother said, who was never known to-laugh before. The conjurer stepped forward to the front of the stage and said : " Ladies and gentlemen, if there is in this audience any voting man who would like t'« know the nanif? of his future wife T will undertake to tell him." 'U;> jumped a young man. "Tiianlc yon!" said the conjurer. "No v I always liko to do things in a proper business fashion. Will you kindK' givome your name ?" " Yes, certainly," said tho young man, " niy...
SPORTING NOTES. [?] Thusday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
PROPIfJAL. Fyd-icy, Thtirxliiy, April II, "You may as well talk about the abolition, of rain by doing away with -guttera, on of the abolition of gamblim: by doiDg away with races."—Lord Rosebery. . Tho opening of the A.J.C. Autumn ■rnceting last Saturday", was ftbrilliant succcn3—ab'jut -12,000 peopla beit g peg^ent../. Thti weather was .all that oq^l^ 1,6'dfeaired, and the racing was of a high-class order. On Easter Monday the attendance ,-was even larger than that of Saturday, arid to use Mr. T. S. Clibborn's own words "it was the biggest-at tendance for. _ ter) years." - Over 20,000 people passed through tho gatej. Visitors from all- the sister States, as well as from New Zealand, attended — and the only vacant spat that could be seen was the Vice-Royal box. Lord •Hbpetoun, as everybody knows, is a keen pportsnian .and delights in racing —but owing to the mourning for ihe late Queen, ho was precluded from in dulging his taste for a bit of sport. !6nt Ills Lordsliip has intimated ...