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BAIL ESTREATED Stranger Plays Up But Does not Appear [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
'BAIL ESTREATED Stranger Plays Up But Does not Appear On,-Saturday afternoon a man nami od;t Ralph-.Reynolds, aged 50, stated to be connected with the railway con . sti action Rang at Ungarie, played up to siicli an extent in Main: -Street;.. West-Wyalong,.- that Constable ■Sliaric,: cy (loclded Lo an est liim. >i The officer, however, met 'with' Gtron[&lt; -resistance. ^Reynolds' objected, to the police Interference and was go ing "strong": until'. Constable -Sullivan; ai'rivad - on r the scene;« and betweeiv tho two brougiit their prisoner to tlio lockup. ■/Yesterday, morning,-before Mr. Fin ley, 'Jil,.v lloynol'ds was charged with riotous behaviour in the public street. Ho did not answer to his name, and his bail of£5 was ordered to bo es treated. - -
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
-PERSONAL. 'IVjlr.- A. W. Naylor, who$ias res ided at Barmedman for many'-' years past, arify'HvJio recently retired from = the; firm of Thorn, and Naylor, lias commenced business on' his own ac count at Barmedman , with a hard ware store. ', , * ' •* ,■ ;. ;Mrs ,Wv! McAuleyv'iforinerly 'of AVya long 'aind'iBarmedman,( recently paid a return Visit to the'-last-mentioned tpjvni:'when advantage was taken of the I ocicaision t'o make . a presentation to her on behalf of the Presbyterian' Ladios" Guild.'The Rev. B. R. Palm er, on behalf of the ladies, presented Mrs Me'Auloy with a brass jnrdinerc and | fruit' .'stand -in- appreciation of her valuable services' to the Church. A presentation of a! leather bound hymn book on behalf of the Sunday school schoIarsNva's also made by Miss Eva Maitland'.^AT the'home of Mrs A. W. Nay lory-Mts'M6Auley was entertained by..the;rheiij|Ijers' and associates of the Barmcdnmri Golf Club,' and a presen tation "was- made. to that 'lady of a cut. glass ros...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
CRUMBS C. E. "\Vallder & Co. draw attcntioa i to tlioir amended list of- forthcoming i sales tliat appears in todays issue/ . : * * vf The : list for the special horse sale at- West Wyalong on. Friday next: is i filled and C. E. Walldcr & Co. an nounce that -they ■ cannot talce any further .entries. The sale will' conn-1 mence at 2,p.m. sharp. ThetextGnsive, clearing- sale: m; con nection with the estate of: the late P. ;A. &lt;Franke: .will;besheld on Wednesday •■1st-.May, \Yhen.C.;;E. Wairder;& Co. ,v/lll sell- the whole of the horses plant etc., tovenaiile "the .affairs1 of,, the: os- i ta*e to be wound up. . ■• &lt;a # * * At tlieh r horse / sale on Friday next, C..E. Walldcr & Co. will-sell on ac count of the.-owner: a igood S ton: plat form waggon; tank -plow, tank scoop, 11 sets waggon harness, tools etc. i * # . * Buyers- are- .--remlndad that the: ex tensive furniture sale for Mrs E. IS; : Smith, senr., will be held by C. E. W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS, AND PROCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONQt ' (J. P. EVANS Commissioner for AffldavitsiViior H.S.W., Vic., S.A., ami, Tusmaaiaj.v, II. J. ENGLJSRT Telephone No. 23. n E. MACKENZIE iOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, PROCTOR MAIN STREET WEST WYALONG R. BRUCE BLOORE Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor" MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG' Tel. No. 74 ;W. J. MACDONALD, Dental Surgeon^., MENTOR CHAMBfeRS (Opposite Souden's) - MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG P. PLACKETT ' DENTAL SURGEON e Opposite Ban!t N.S.W. - v CHURCH ST., WEST WYALONG J. STUART WILLIAMS. ARCHITECT MAIN ST.. WEST WYALONG (lteglBtereil by the Board ul Arclil. tects of N.S.W.) Henry Helman, M.I.A, CERTIFICATED ARCHITECT Experts lu Modern Building Design, Sewerage and Hot Water Installa tions. Mentor Chambers, West Wyalong . Plione 24. Box 11 J. 0. Anderson, Representative, C. E. WALLDER & CO. Land Salesmen Stock & Station Agents, Auctioneers MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG linuicli OlUces: Lake Carg...
Shooting Affray ON NARADHAN LINE Man in Hospital With Gun Shot Wounds [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
ON NARADHAN LINE ' '* . i Man in Hospital ,1 With Gun Shot Wounds v A serious afrray took place at the construction camp on the Un- I garie-Naradhan railway line, about i 12 miles from Ungarie, late on 1 Sunday night, as a result of which | a man named Norman Cook, aget» about ,35, is in a serious condition ,> In the Wyalong District Hospital, i The policu report staLes that ailal tercation -took place between Cook and a manmamed; Edward Egan about . 10' p.m. ^cni- Sunday, as a result ot which Cook received gunshot wounds in the stomach, left armiarid left^eg.; '-: ThCre1 are- about -10 .'pellet marks•}oil' ■ the, body: He was- brought to tho Ungarie? Hospital - duvlng , ..the icarly -v r liours?.cp;; Monday ?. pioruingfln &lt;a .fori : oua condition,; whero^he Avas:: exam- >..• inedv by &lt;Dr. .Daniel.^ Hisremovi^lv to ■ the' Wyalon'gj.-DistrictiMHospItal/ -vjwas ordered, and he }yas brought to \^ya lonjj by, Monday's:, train;; and admitted ' to the District ...
GRIGGS ACQUITTED Omeo Murder Trial [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
GRIGGS ACQUITTED • x * Omeo Murder Trial' Ronald Grieres Griggs, formerly Methodist Minister at Omeo, who had been on trial for his life on a charge of wife murder, walked from the dock of the Melbourne Criminal Court a free man. After a retirement of six hours and 20 minutes, the jury arrived at a ver diet of "not guilty" It was a dramatic ending to a case which had surpassed every other trial ! in recent years in public interest. There was a murmur of applause as the jury announced its verdict, but jit ,waBj (iuiultiy/stlea)i;eil.ilJiy.1tho Court officials. ; ij; i &lt; &lt;n • • • , t,
GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE Serious Destruction of Young Crops [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE Serious Destruction: of Young Crops The plaguo of grasshoppers which has been in o.vidence in the district Cor some weeks- past, is becoming more serious now that the young crops have appeared above the ground. Formerly their activities were confined to grass paddochs, numbers OH which were denuded of herbage. A Blow Clear farmer informed us on Saturday that ho. had 300 acres of young crop completely destroyed by the post, and lie estimated that at loast 3,000 acres had been destroyed ill the Blow Clear district alone. lie liad no crop last year, and had to buy seed wheat, and now that this had been eaten off, lie must buy seed wheat a:;tiin and re-sow it. lie states that unlike crop oaten off by sheep, it will not come up again after being eaten by grasshoppers, because the 'hoppers eat it closer to the ground and also draw the sap fronv the root. A severe frost, it hi tliought, ijs thej only thing;,to completely eradifiaU;. i the pest, . , I
THE BETTER FARMING TRAIN (To the Editor "Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
• ;oi.M THE BETTER- FA®M«&lt;; \ ING TRAIN (To the Editor "Advocate") Sir,—There is at present in exis tence in New South Wales an institii tion designed to assist farmers and sLockowners throughout the State tiy' making available to them in a prac tical manner the latest information with''regard to modern methods or production. I refer to the Better Farming Train, which is conducted by the Department of Agriculture, and the New South Wales railway Commissioners for the benefit of print , ary producers. In districts which have not yet been visited by the train, there is some misconception as regards its organisation and objectives. In some instances the Better Fanning Train is confused with the Great White Train, which made a tour during 1026 in the interests of Australian Manu facturers. \ In the near future, the Better Far ming Train will visit agricultural and pastoral centres in your district, and I am sure that it will receive your lull support,: as well as that of ever...
Crossed the Pole WILKINS SAFE At Spitsbergen (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
WILKINS SAFE At Spitsbergen (BY WIRB)' Sydney, Mortday- Evening " A Detroit messago states that • Cap taiir;- WilkiiiS'' reached: ' SpitsBergen, having, -flown over the Arctic, from Alaska.: - XTe had been, flying for 21" hours aadUtyid mado .one sto]> of live , days owingi'to bad weather after crossing Live' Pole. ... ' j The' airman is well and his machine undamaged. • ' ' A London'message' states' th'at fur ther disclosures have- been- .received at Copenhagen regarding Captain Wilkin's flight; which show that, when he was compelled to land at; Danh clen'jj there was little food. '/Fortunately a fisherman sighted the plane and went to its aid. j • Wilkih hopes to complete the.nigh: to the Eurojjsau mainland provided the machine permits. . [Everywhere the feat is regarded as of. the greatest importance geograph ically. , |
FAIR AND FLOWER SHOW Next Thursday and Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
FAIR AND FLOWER ' SHOW. Next Thursday aiul Friday \ The annual fair anil (lower slio\v in connection with'St. Andrew's Presby-. terian Church, West Wyalong,\\yill be held iii the Masonic Hall on Thuvs-: day ami Friday next, atternooiv: ann evening. This is the ■ principal^ func tion held in aid of the Church during the year, and special . preparations liave been made to cmsuro its ■? suc cess. I In the (lower sections iiG prizqis i are : being given, with seven prizes'.for ; cooking Tntiies foi ( ffoueis( aio to be lodged not Utei than 23th' April. | There, will be . numerous-competi tions and various attractions;&lt;-audj>.ad' mission is'free. / .1
BODY IN WATER Stone Tied to Neck (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928
BODY IN WATER Stone Tied to Neck (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening The body ot an unknown man, aged about CO, was found yesterday float ling ..in a water hole off Dowling Si, 'Waterloo. J , i&lt; ■ . There was copper wire tied round his neck, ajid a large, stone, about 20, lbs in weight, fastened, to the wire.. ■ , The police are of the opinion that the case is one of suicide.