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UNBRANDED SHEEP Where are Inspectors? [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

UNBRANDED SHEEP Where are Inspectors? "I cannot understand what. the stock inspectors in the country are doing to allow all these; graziers .to send their unbranded, sheep to mar ket. It seems that the. Pastures Pro tection Act is of little, use." These comments were made by Mr McMahon, S.M., at Bunvood Police Court, when he fined J. It. Freud, of Gunnedah, J. IlelUy, of Mudgee, P. McGratli, of Eumungerie, and James McColl, .of Forbes, £2 each for having •sent unbranded sheep to Homebush saleyards.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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P.O. ROBBED Officer Found Drugged £375 Missing [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

P.O. ROBBED Officer Found Drugged £375 Missing Harold Charles Dodds, postmaster at Seven Hills, was found In a room at the back of the post office oil Wed nesday, morning in an apparently drugged condition. Two safes on the premises had been, opened,'and' i'375 : in notes, together :with postal notes and stamps, are al leged. to be missing. -

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE COST OF NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

THE COST OF NEGLECT Think of the. cost of neglecting your kidneys; it means that you are. allowing kidney poisons . to accuimi late In the system, and" these poisons cause violent pains in the -back, urinary diseases, gravel,; stone, rheu miitism, lassitude, sleeplessness, gout inclination to worry, excessive thirst, neuralgia. The genuine Doan's Back aclio Kiilnoy Pills restore.:to strained, overworked'kidneys,- their full power or filtering the , dangerous kidney poisons froinMh'e. blood,' aiid discharg glng them from the system. Read this "case: „ .. i Mrs J. Armstrong, Grenfell Street, West Wyalong, says: "Socio years ago I was very ill with kidney trouble My tinkles ami legs swelled consider ably, showing signs of apprpaclilng dropsy, and this synrpton rather alarm, ed 1110. I was also. troubled with Idizzlness and terrible pains in my back. Day and. night there was a nagging ache that seemed to take all the life and energy out of ine. At times 1 was so bad that 1 was complete ...

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

—~m~T—"—~ ~ WANTED , , .1} 9\-"\ T\\ \ | iv-iwpiwiwj ONE '<3r two Gentlemen Boarders, prjvplqi'ifiouse. Home recommended. Apply:- ( THIS OFFICE. WANTED TEACHER for subsidised school. Twelve children. Write to undersign ed stating whether capable of driving quief'horse and if capable of teaching music} Jind namnig salary required to MRS. MICHAEL MERCER, Yeltfin West, Lake Cargelligo. ... J "A jsAFE INVESTMENT" WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION . .wv-Vj j •■■■'' . 8000 ACRES Homestead Farm, an .nji&l rental £80. Convertable into C.P. and C.Lj Boundary netted one side, balance six wires. Watered by per manent creek which runs through the property, also three tanks. Timber— box pine, yarran, and a little scat tered "mallee. All open plains, timber well dead. Good, new house, 5 rooms, also kitchen, verandah all round. Price 27/6 per acre present title. Terms: £3000 cash, balance over 10 years. Also various properties on lease. A .B. & T. J. WATTERS, Phone 182, Box 114, W...

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

FOR SALE THREE Second-hand Sulkies in good order. Apply P. A. MORRIS, Blacksmith, West Wyalong. PROPERTIES FOR"SALE PROPERTIES ill district and sur roundings. Piopositions 'Interesting.,. .Unequalled terms.. V. A. B."'& T.. J,. RATTERS Phone 182,I^ain Street. NOTICE i —.—' ai TI-IE Ungario C.W.A. -wish it to be known that tlio forthcoming Hospital Plain and Poster Ball is not being run under their aukpices,' bitt und^i' the auspices of the B.N.A. The C.W.A. Ball wili-be 'held later. [.n\) 13. M.' MACKRELL, ; ' Hon.' Sec. C.W.A., Ungarle.1 - ■ • : ' • ' ■ :■} LW amboyne-Euabalong Railway League ( A GENERAL MEETING of th% Wamboyne^Euabalong Railway Lea-; gue will be held at-Milby Hall on ?c,-; i . -. . . -mr.i Saturday* 28th April a at 8 p.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME'-1 A " FRED LEMON," : Hon. Secretary. "T BELLARWI CRICKET CLUB t.u SOCIAL ' •' w BELLARWI HALL ■- •■-U. I) Tuesday, 24th Aprit"£ Good,-Supper. Wyalong MusicjuA "•■'Two'. Instruments m bob GENTS*"5/': - LADIES 3/: -'.111 ...

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

No More SMUT ... mm " ' VITRIOLSNE DRY PICKLE is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waitc Agricultural Research Institute:— ((>00 Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted (1:1000). ' Untreated "Formalin, 1:100, 5'.minutes im mersion'. . .. .. . Fluesione, 1 %, 5 min, immersion Copper Carbonate, 2bz. per bus. Vitrioline, 2o:. per bushel.. .. Field ■ Germination % 92.3 S5.0 SI.15 S!).S 02.S % Bunt 10.5 ■ 0.0' 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean,; healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet-pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost .is extremely low. Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. TRtOUNE DRY PICKLING POWDER Obtainable at your local stor...

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YANCO FARM For Training Children [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

YANCO FARM For Training Children The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Thorby) has decided to transfer the Yanco Experiment Farm to the Child Welfare Department ,in order that it. may be utilised by the latter ...as: a training farm. V . - f The farm has to a great extent served its purpose as far as the irrfc gation area is concerned, but arrange ments have been made so that experi mental work may; still be continued as may be desired by: the1 Depart ment of Agriculture.

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DOES IT INTOXICATE That Beer Point Again [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

DOES IT INTOXI CATE That Beer Point Again ' At .the Cootamnndra police court, Patrick McGuigan was-bound over in the sum of £10. to come before the Cootnmundra Court oil May 14, on a : charge of supplying liquor to a pro lilblted .person. ) 1 • * • Evidence was given that a police man was within five feet and saw de fendant liand a bottle ol beei to ■Bertram Oldfield. agaist whom a pro liibltion order was in force. (Mr. Kinsey, solicitor, for defendant, pleaded that no offence under the Liquor Act had oeen disclosed, and that the onus was on the prosecution to prove that'the liquor was capable of intoxication. He quoted the Act to show"that an analyst's report should have been submitted. Iu view of the fact that leave to appeal had. been granted by the High Court in the Gale case, the magistrate declined to dismiss the cast), but. sjrnnt led an adjournment ponding the result of the appeal. •

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"GIFT FOR BRUCE" Federal Elections A.L.P. Delegate Angry [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

"GIFT FOR BRUCE" Federal Elections A.L.P. Delegate Angry "A complete failure," was how Mr. I-I. Elphick, delegate from the Albury igroup, described the A.L.P. Easter Conference; . u "I shall report to the group I repre sent that the movement is now in the hands of the Trades Hall Communists lock stock and barrel, he ssiH. "I am quite satisfied that this policy has not got the support of the country. "The result is that -Mr. Bruce does not need to ido anything now ' the Trades Hall extremists have made him a present ■ of the next Federal elections. "The new rules in my opinion prov ed unworkable," conciu ie.1 Air El phick. "They In-oke down. The confer ence achieved nothing-of real note. The country delegates had practically no voice. They, never do have much of a show at /Easter conte: bat never.have,they-.beeii treated so badly as they were this time. "The conference from beginning to end was in-a: muddle, half the time was taken up, with dissents from' rul ings of the chairman, an...

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SHEEP PLY PEST VERY ACTIVE Constant Vigilance Essential A Serious Position [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

SHEEP PLY PEST VERY ACTIVE Constant Vigilance Essential A Serious Position The greatest difficulty with 'wlitcii Blieepowners have to contend at pre sent :is_ the fly pest, which in mosc districts necessitates • constant vigi lance and attention to the stock. The splendid season and the contin uance of . humid conditions, says Mr. Max Henry; Chief Veterinary surgeon in reviewing the position as.regards diseases in stock, has greatly increase ed the activity of the sheep blowfly. The percentage of sheep struck in some districts is'very serious." ; MEASURES OF CONTROL ^Only systematic and continuous work'he points out, will minimise this trouble in the light of present know ■ ledge. (The trapping of flies, if regularly carried out, and if baits ' are kept moist, will decrease the number of Hies, as will spraying, carcases with arsenic, solution, and destroying car cases. . ! "• ■ < ;■ It is not generally realised that in ■spectors of stock have the power to enforce the dest...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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STEERING METHODS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

STEERING METHODS There are several different ways of holding the steering wheel of a car and most of them are riirh!; which means that the best method must he largely a matter ()' individual preference. Some drivers keep theii> hands above the wheel, the palms or course being downwards and holtl the wheel near its topmost point. Others grasp the wheel below with the fingers coming over it and hold the wheels on either side. The firsc. of these methods certainly lovi; well, and it suggests that the driver lias, been accustomed to driving horses. The second, perhaps gives a firmer grip on bad roads. "What is wanted is a grip that naturally tightens If the wheel makes a sudden movement, and the one which gives best control. Having got this, one may also study appearance, partly because whaC looks a position of ease and comfort is also a. position which gives an easy control. It is seldom necessary 10 have the hand above the centre of the wheel,- and the method of liold> ing one h...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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REGULAR INSPECTION OF RADI ATOR [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

REGULAR INSPECTION OF RADI : ; ATOR When we suggest that- the car should' be inspected at least every six weeks, we tlo not for a moment say tJiat in the meantime it should receive no attention whatever.. The assertion is, that, at least once in six weeks the owner should be prepared to' set aside several hours during* which he works systematically over the mechanism of the car, making' a superficial examination for defects, and whenever necessary carrying out the various adjustments whichwe . are about to describe. In order that we may work, to a definite plan of campaign, let us "kick off with the' radiator. Here is a unit, which, is simple as it may seem in construction' has important work to do and musti bo kept in good order and able re pair. It is hardly necessary to explain' that the radiators function is to cool and that it achieves this purpose by radiating ; the heat from the circulat Ing water from its fins or flanges Into the air, so cooling the water. If the aircannot'c...

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

HOTEL, PACIFIC MANLY N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and Cold Water in every Room Magnificent Ballroom. Golf Links Bowling Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/- per day. Children Half Rates. Special Tariff for period of one month or longer. " Telephone : Manly 829,' S30, 831. The Passing Miles Prove Excellence IT IS NOT ONLY DURING THE FIRST FEW THOUSAND MILES THAT YOU APPRECIATE AUSTIN QUALITIES. IT IS - DURING THE FOLLOWING TWENTY, THIRTY, OR FIFTY THOUSAND, MILES OF UNFAILING ECON OMICAL SERVICE. THEN YOU WILL REALISE iWHAT AUSTIN. ENTIRELY BRITISH EXCEL LENCE ACTUALLY MEANS. .. , THE SAME BRITISH QUALITIES CHARAC TERISE EVERY: AUSTIN, FROM THE SEVEN TO THE . 20 H:P. 6-CYLINDER LIMOUSINES. THE UNIQUE AUSTIN RANGE PROVIDES A CAR FOR! EVERY-NEED. EACH AUSTIN IS THE BEST IN ITS CLASS. AND ALL ARE MOST REASONABLY PRICED. Prices from £197/10/- to £1000 12-27 H.P. "Empire" Saloon. Spec.: Australian Body. LARKE, HOSKINS & CO...

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MOTORS AND MOTORING PROTECTING THE RADIATOR [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

j [ PROTECTING THE RADIATOR After prolonged use o\ *r rough roads, it is sometimes found that Hie rudiator will spring a slight leak usually in its lower tank section. The twisting, or -weaving - of the frame draws the <;■ radiator cbnnections or brackets, and is invariably the .cause of the opening, of radiator seams. A preliminary measure adopted is that described - below, consisting of sup plemenry. nieaure adoped is thatobe plemenry springs under the radlat or tank.brackets, and in practice this has proved very successful. Short lengths of heavy valve springs are converted to tills purpose,, the leather pads being placed by I hcvie springs, longer , securing bolts being used. An other method is to place washers on the bolt heads, and the spring be twecn the bolt head and the car frame,; leaving the: leatrvv pads in place, thus affording a triple protec' lion.

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A FINAL MESSAGE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

,A FINAL MESSAGE Tli© patter,' of tiny feet was hoard at the head of the stairs. Mrs Kinder by raised her hand, warning the members of her bridge club to oe silent.' •Hush,' she said softly,'the children are going to deliver their good night message. It "always gives me a feel ing of reverence to hear them. "Lis ten!" There was a- mdnu-iit of lenf.e 'silence, then: ."Mama," came the message in a shrill whisper, 'Willie found a bedbug.

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CARDINAL PLUG FAULTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

CARDINAL PLUG FAULTS ' i The percentage ,of engine troubles. [ in-the shape of misfires and; bad rim" ning due only , to some simple, sparic plug trouble is very high. To, begin with, the porcelain or mica', insulating' cores which project above the sheill of the plug on the outside of the cyclic drs should ,be kept clean, : so that there'can be no leakage of high ten s'ion curijent at. this point. Similiarly, it will be found that little by little, the hot spark burns way the ..gap points of the spark plug, whilst the. plug points an*] the insulating core Inside the shell of the plug became i heavily encrusted with carbon from | the combustion chamber. Now we must understsvul that. carbon is a con ductor or electricity, and although it. offers :a high resistance, the high tension current may leak away if too much carbon lias colleced in and about the .plug. The plugs, therefore, ■must be removed from time to time and. cleaned; by washing in petrol, scrubbing off the carbon with a t...

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U.S.A. WHEAT SHORTAGE World Markets Will be Affected [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

U.S.A. WHEAT SHORTAGE World Markets Will be Affected Though the shortage of the Amer lean wheat crop will make its pres ence felt in the world's markets, the present feverish intensity of the" de mand in America is not likly to be [• so marked in; local wheat circles. The American winter crop, which is one of the largest .produced in the world • at present shows promise 01" being about; 17 per cent below nor mal. The last official' report of the U.S. Government substantiates ear lier .indications, and though the fina: harvest is not reared until about May or. June private advices do not indl cate an.alleviation of the position' .••With the American market shortly supplied, keener competition will -naturally, be forthcoming for wheat in Sydney for shipment amy . , Policeman: I must say that now adays' there is 110 proper reverence, .110 respect for authority, left in the world. ' ■■■■>•■ .FriendWhat's the matter now? Policeman: Those wretched Bchooi children have been to the notic...

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EMPIRE FOOD FOR ALL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 April 1928

EMPIRE FOOD JlOR !alu. m-u\. ^ ; ' .N^srv (riy Gilbert, B. Hunter, London) Day aftc relay speeches and writ ings tend to arouse very pessimistic forebodings as concerns our agricill-" tural future. Formerly intelligent ex pert's and critics,-whose minds "have apparently snow xeasod td'woil: or'.ad vanco with the times; 'Coiijur'e-<up''bc-/ fore our -eyei'dismal ^portraitsi 'of .the farmers of " G^ba't "Britain. fightings-a lone unequal battlowftgalnst• 'thelrifor eigh rivals. ' • •••••• >• , These pessimists,1' -however,''fail', 'on • ratlior cannot realise'that our home' agriculturists are".not .alone^in their; struggle, 'but sire: ranked "with Bnitish ers from overseas, .and .at,their :backs they, ,!have the-wast -reHoui;ces> of- a mighty empiuc. :£There ids mo; toU»er> country that controls -isuoh an cnor-: mous stock o£ :the -woiild's foodstuffs,; ■ nor is emboldened ■ with isuch hoart-!. oning >posslbllitIes ins itlie iJSritiali iEm- - pire. ^ 1 ' At the ...

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

BUILD your own farm improve ments,-using Kandos Portland Ce ment. Concrete is# the logical medium for all out-door construction. It is impervidua1 to fire, time, weather, or destructive vermin, and actually grows stronger with age. The illustration shows but oiie|of .the scores of ways in which concreted of invaluable help to Farmer, Pastoralist or Orchardist. Kandos Port land Cement is the base of good concrete, and is used extensively in Government undertakings. KANDOS CEMENT CO. LTD., "S.M. Herald" Building - Pjtt Street, SYDNEY. 'Phoncj: J5.6741, 11.6742. Hi ! SL# ^ CEMENT Write for free information On all concrete con structiori problems. PUBLIC NOTICE ANYONE found Shooting or Hun) ng on Merringreen Homestead \riil be prosecuted. No further notice. C. G. BRYANT. Lachlan Shire Council PUBLIC NOTICE All gates and approaches to t.b' extent of halt a chain on either nld» of the gate on public roads witbic this Shire must be maintained by thf person to whom permission to arecl the g...

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

HASSALL BROS. WEETHALLE We are Cash Buyers of WOOL, SKINS, HIDES & TALLOW HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN RING 1S -VIEETH AIjIiE (COPPER OXY CHLORIDE) Guaranteed 55-57% Actual Copper The Dry Pickle for Prevention of Smut in Wheat Ensures Clean Crops and Bigger Yields " NOTHING ELSE AS GOOD Price 1/8 lb f.o.r. Melbourne or Sydney. Discount J Ton 5%. 1 Ton 10%. ALL AGENTS AND STOREKEEPERS Mount Lyell Chemical Works ~ COLLINS HOUSE, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE FAT STOCK, PIGS and CALVES CONSIGN TO New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company Limited, Sydney You will have the advantage of gooa resting paddocks for your stock, expert handling and attention ensuring top market value, O Liberal advances against consignments. Telegrams : E. R. GRAHAM, "JARVIEt" Sydney. Manager. Four-Wheel Brake s £ the Fastest Four Dodge Brothers Acid New Equipment at No Increase in Pricp Four-wheel brakes of the latest arid most efficient Steeldraulic type now insure DECELERATION equal to the amazing ACCELERA...

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