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Original Poetry. AUSTRALIA'S REPLY TO THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
Original Poetry. AUSTRALIA'S REPLY TO THE KING. The Kinp; ot England sent a message To our Australian happy land— Vowing he'd bo true and faithful Whilst he held his' liiyal command. On his pledge let nil accept him, . To hiui thi&lt; honor nm«t ho duo Ho aska. Hon- c:iu we reject him— Let us all bo J-'viton's true. Chorus. Britons, nil combine togethoi— If.tiHy round the parent tree.; We will stem tlio troubled waters— JJntons always must bo free ! With liimtho British Empire guarding, To which wo pay wo have a claim — If he is our la>ulor chosen No cause yet, havo wp to complain. Lot us hope ho will prove worthy, Tnon with true pride his pvaisos sins; : And all this £mit and mighty timpiro Will bo proud tc cull him Kins Chorus. All sycophants will gnthor round him To luro him from t he patlr'that's rijjht, If lie does hut ke»p his promise Atoncehe'llhurl them from his sight. Forgot not Kins; your lowly subjects Who love to know they have a claim— And on the Empire's scr...
BRIEF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
BRIEF ITEMS Biigadier-Getieral Plumer lias captured 60 prisoners and a seven pounder, and destroyed 210,000 rounds of small-arms ammunition Jit Pieters burg. Eight Bushmen, two "of whom were woundecS, expelled 40 burghers from the Iioa Puss, capturing the key to 1'ietersbi rg. Brig/icier General ,'Plumer com mended he gallantry of the Bushmen in expelling the Boers from the Iron Pass. The Boers evacuated Pietersburg the night before Brigadier General Plumer arrived. They exploded two trucks full of ammunii'o i. L-'outenant Walker and one man of the Australian Bushmen were killed at j'ictei sluirg, whilst Lieutenant Sale was severely wounded. Some 120 Boers, belonging to Coni' mandanfc Grobelaar's commando, sur* rendered to the Biitish on the Zulu lancl border. Dr Morrison states that the Powers consider the present a favorable op portunity of securing the recognition of Manchuria as an integral part of China. . The Chinese Viceroys and Gov ernors are memorialising the throne for the...
BYGALORIE OPAL FIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
BYG \LORIE 01PAL FfND. (From our Correspondent.) There lias not been much work done about hero since my last report, owing to the uian.iger of tip- run objecting to thfi'meu working, and they went into Oondoboliu to see if they could get a Permit to prospect. on private property. Thoj' have returned fiom Condobnlin, and ihe.re nre about eight men here. It is some twen y yeirs since opal was first found I ere by Messrs. Tout and Lmgsham. The men are awaiting word from the Mines Department and ihe Miners' Association, to see i£ they can work hero. It is u grout shame to se" such eood land shut up the way it is from the. mill.ts—but I hope they will be. able to go on working, There is clenfy of urais «ntl water horp now So far. tiie opal ihat has benn got is of a very poor nature, b>n. the gohl is very rich and coarse. On the Bvgulorie run, 'here is gold and opal to be found, and kangaroos and rabbits are hopping al! around. i April 10, 1901. Sir "Wil! ianvM1 Mi!Hn'said MKL.wntjk jt...
LAKE CUDGELLICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
LAKE CUDGELLICO: (From our own Correspondent/). A very nice wedding took place here oti Easter Monday, the contrnct • ing parties being Mr. Payne, post and tnlegraph master of Euabalong, and Miss Young, a school-teacher, and a native of tlie Lake The holv l»not. was beautifully tied by the Rev. G. Keith, Presbyterian Minister of Con flobolin, in tiie Church at 11 o'clock. The Church was as full as it could he, and as soon us the ceremony was over, and the wedding party were leaving the church door, tliey wore met with a shower of rice—a regular cane field shower, until they reached their carriage and drove oil" for Euabalong. The bride was very prettily dressed and carried a larye and handsome bouquet. A.t night there was a merry dance in honor of the occasion, about 40 en thnsiiis'ic couples being [resent, but the music was not up to much—Mr. F. Cabott and Miss Young being the best players. The hull was nicely decorated, and there was plenty of all kinds of goods things, and everyo...
District News. UNGARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
District News. UNGARIE. (From our owu Correspondent). Easter passed away very quietly Iioi-o ; it po'iinifl as though the placc were dead—no any moving' about, and only i"&lt;>i- koiiii: young Indies coming out from West Wyalong and arranging a picnic between them tmd the Misses Mackewell, things would have been worse. T!»e little fathering passed off very well—nil enjoying ilv msidves. About 9 p ni. the young ladies started for their homes, which wo hope tlie Wydong Indies reacted in safety, and we hope to s^e them out this way again. But I suppose it will be some thing.like the Wynloiig Te-imra railway —it might be a long timp Jbefpro it ev.ntu'ites. On Tuesday hist there was another dingo drive at Youngar.i. Station. AH the men from four of the adjoining stations—so ne 16 or 18 men—were presenr, ?'Ut owing to the big scope of country, they could not do very much. Howev -r, the doys are taking th-ir departure from tlies" pwts and are yoing over Ifygaior. e way, and I ha...
St Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
St. Barnabas' West "Wvalonff. ,n,—7, Kov B WJRaltrjn . 21.-11 II.0, Rev G W Ratten 7, Mr Bannister 28.-7, Rev Or W Rntton Apl 12—Wnmboyno 8.SO, Rov O. Rntton 13.—YniTavii lo 8. ,, 14.—Marsdnns U, ,, 28.—lliuwuUin 3. O. W. Ratten. Incumbent.
Barmedman Land Board. MONDAY, 22nd April [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
Barmedman Land Board. MONDAY, 22nd April Application for permission to ring bark—01.1—John Pillion Application for. appraisement of capital value—0 p an J 0-1, Joseph T. Webb' Application for annual lease—01,1 and 2, East Bnrmedinun—James Mc Namara Applications for conditional purchases Cp 00 7. B-irni cast, Bank NS W, J. V Kennedy CpOO 10, and cl 00 9—Union Bank J. W. H. W3-.se CpOO 12 and cl 00 10—Union Bk. J. W. H. WjbR -• Cp 00-1—Robert Irvine CpOl 2—A. J. McNamara Applications for Settlement Leases. SI 01 1-Sydney Wyso S1"0 2 —J. Jasprizz:i SI 01 3—Q.'or«e T. Wells SI 01 4—G. W. Gardiner Applications for remission of value of improvements Trustees lata A. D-ivid-ion— cl 29604 ;—T How andaou : cl 29305—T. J. O'Brien. It has been said that many stories' from the war are absolutely unvue. Thu; following; b'autifiil concoction from the pages of iin American daily possibly readies high waiter mark. Itt is, the story of the ' best shot in the Transvaal ' He is now 55 years old, and n...
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. A1MIIVALS. From Sydnev, • CVm^irmmdra, Temora, Banned-, man, an d AVyUloiiyr, daily. (Sundays excepted) at 5.60 ]>.m . arrive:} at West Wyalong at e>.30 p.m. Front Uji^uio, Condobolin, etc., Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 a.111 From Mar«don and Forbes, Sundays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. From YTal^ogrin, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From Ctution, on Smrlsiva at'O p.m. - From Kildarv, un Wednesdays and Saturdays at G p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
Dental Notice, E. CASPERSOVN, —D.D.S.— (Poctor of Dental Surgery.) Lata De monstrator of the Philadelphia Dental College and Hospital of Oral Surgery, SleglNterutt nutlet* «he BSewtal DBouiMl of M.S.W. MAT be consulted at his Surgery, Main street, West Wyalonsr, free of charge, Oil all matt?™ relating to Surgical, Mechan al or Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia. Painless extraction by fill Iho newest method*. Teeth .filled with Gold, Silver, Ptatina, Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, ote. As-tilii'ia! TTeetts Plales or on Gold, Platina, Silver, Dental Alloy, Vulcanite, or Aluminium Plates. Continuous) Gum, Crown or Briege work, and nil the latest styles of American and Continental Dentistry. ijgj* Residents of the district may, if ttiey choose, have the privilege of being treated by one who is not only a graduate, but lias bean a member of tho clinical staff of the largest and most celebrated Dental College in America. EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SYDI1EV 1895,1896.1P97,1898 and 1899, THE B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
MKDIOAL. DR. CA8PERS0M, M.D., D.D.S., (rEQISTEKED BY TBS NEW SOUTH WALES MEDICAL BOAUll). MAY bo Consulted at ALL HOURS :it tho Wyalong Dispensing' and Phar macy, Main-street, West Wyalong'. DR. M.-PERRY, (M.R.C-S-. L-S-A.) Lath Suhgijon to Yaks Hospital and Gaol, and Govern:.;f.nt Medical Officer for Yass Distkict, MAY bo consulted at nil hours at his Residence, Miiiu Street, Wyalong West, or during meal hours will be lound at HARTIUAN'S imperial Hotel. IMPOR TANT JDEITAL NOTICE Messrs. McGrath & Cherry, Surgeon Dentists, (LATE -OF COLLTOS-STIUCET, MELBOURNE), MAY be consulted at tDeir -Koonih, NEXT LINDSAY'S POST OFFICE iiui'EL, jMain-etreet, WEST W^ALUNG, from 9.30 a.m. till ti p.m. daily. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless villi .Laughing Gas or Amesthetics. Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry in all its branches, on tho liwst Approved Ameri can principles. Gold Fillings^ Crown and Bridge Work a speciality. Private Address :— GLOBE HOTEL, WEST WYALONG. MR. a. p. EVANS, AT...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
DEPARTURES. For Earinedman, Teinora, Cootamundra, and Syd ney, daily, (.Sunday*excepted)at 7 a.m. For Unirario, on Tuesdays and Saturday* at B p.m. tor Marsden and Forbes, ou "Wednesdays ami Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yulirotfrin, oil Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat day8 at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Raturdayd at 6 a.m. For Kildaiy, on Wednesdays unci Saturdays at 7 IThfi mails are delivered a* &lt;he po.sfc office up to 8 p.m. eut(h day. flails air realv for delivery about half-uu-lionr after the nr. Tfll 0? coach. j Letter box clcarod for « Bpatc * at (> a.m cach day. • Pillar box at Central cleared daily at 7.30 p.m. Mouey Order and Government Saving Bauk. Hours—"Week day.s—10 a.m. to f) p.m.; Saturday*— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
OPEN COLUMN. BENA HALL CASE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
OPEN COLUMN". flfa do not necessarily oniorso the opinions expressed )>y correspondents in this column. —Ed., W.A.) I5ENA HALL CASE (To the Editor.) Sir;—1 noticed a par in the TV'yalong "Star" under the holding o£ "Has culiticfi".. (inci in wliieli tho wiitcr nlioost-s' to'term it a hardship fcn clcas a respectable ■ person before a police court on an alleged ehu-ge of breaking into the Burnt School oc Arts, ;i.»d takes exc"p'i:m to tins way the cure taker pounced on him. No; fclie c.irehi er did not do any thing of the '■ ind ; lib merely said "I have caught you hen1." What would the " wish the caretaker to do? —I sh-.juid line to know. The eare j taker is paid by the Trustess to look i utter the building—but not.withstand ing this it has been broken into before —it has albo had two of window a perferated with shot, and 18 panes of glass broken—and for-what reason 1 Surely the hall .standing by the road side) cannot possibly harm any person passings—even- if he is respectable T...
Robbery at Central Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
Robbery at Central V/yaiong. A daring rohb»ry was perpetrated at Centr-1 Wyulong on Monday night list, when ahout £21 worth of jewel lery was Stolen. The owner of the stolen property, Mr Alex. Johnson, is a miner, and sleeps in a hut a little way from Mr Crouch's Hotol, and dines at the h >tel. While up , town on Monday night, someone entered his hui and rmsarked evory movable article. A. bi'-yole was also insid", but. l.liat was n >t; touched. Tilt; lo-is to Mr Johnsor. is a very severe one, and the matter is in4 tha hands nf thepo'iee. We aio informed th a Sergeant Pe'erswald and the black tracker are Tying to trace the thief, hut up to the time of going to press wo have noc lizard of any clue being found. Some lit tli; time back a West Wya iong resident was robbed of some jewellery and wish, but the thief got i!way with tlie 1-uid. Probably it is i he same scoundrel again on the. pilfer, as he evidently knows the situation of the residences of respectable people, in Wyalong...
A New Invention. HARRISONS EL CTRO-AMAIGAMATING PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
! A New Invention. HARRISON'S EL CrRO-AMAF GAMATING PROCESS. On iJiq invitation of Dr. Harrison, w« p.-tid a visit to Mr. West's battery to s-e Dr. Harrison's new gold saver at work. Tlit* machineiy is verv simple, its simplicity being its grand point. The plant lakes up very little room, and a plmt capable of turning out i.-w:> tons per hour requires only one boy to feed and one man as engineer. It is o ie of the most economical workers yet p aci'd before tlie public, and a short description will . o doubt b" of interest 10 tiio giMeral pub ic The p ent was designed and is w.nk-d by Dr. Harrison, and was the study of. that gentleman foi nearly two years before he reached a point of p-> fe ;t ion. Ir, wi!) treat, either slimo or'tailings, which ar • fed into in au omabic feeder — a vat wnich contains a. revolving >tg.tabor, spider winys being placed on the inside of the vat. The revolving breaker travels at an enormous speed and throws the' siimes into .1 .shoot which curri...
THE SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
THE SM0£&lt;nf SOCIAL. Tho doors of tins lull I were then opened, and tin; vacant so its were soon occupied. When nil became seated—about 200 persons—the scene was a verv pleasing. one. The tables were nicely arrnigad, and heavih laden with d licacies of a most tempt ing character. A. happy, smiling, and willing band of waitresses were present to lo.)k after the Willi's of the sterner sex,- and thoy wcio kept very busy plying to and fro ivitli their travs laden with refreshments. The barmen —although not professionals—were kept extremely busy, and carried out their duties wiih credit. The gallery seats were occupied by Indies, and from ilia', part. of the building the scene below was a' vorv nnirn ited one. Mr \V. T. Ooonan, J.P., occupied the elwiir, and fulfilled his du i -s in a most p'easing and -happy manner. O.i his right sat the guest of the evening, Mr. J. (J. Watson, M.fT. R , nod on his lefr Air. W. A. Holman. ?t[.P Mr. i>. Williams occupied tlie vice chair. Tin...
CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 April 1901
London,' Monday.—The total inrlenr nities tli-in uided by the allies in China amount to sixty- hree imlliotis. Great Britain claims five ruilli n puinds, Germany twelve milli-m, France tliir '.cen nii.Hon, and Russia sovonteea million.' Tlin American Government says that considering he services rendered, Great Britain's claim must com.' first for eon sideraiion, then Japan's and thoci .America's. Ex-President Steyn is now at Ta buksberg. It is reported his health has broken down, and it is believe I he is advising the surrender of the Boer forces. Four thousand three hundred But mercen iries, representing 25 nationali ties, are imprisoned at C-\lon. The g-iols in the northern part of the Transvaal are full of Boer prison ers.