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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

?!S rniiiuiuijiuiiauirtu'Tm.m.uu.uiUiiuiiu.ur.n - ... -MMm Model T 61. Many Church dignitaries and worshippers chcrish an ardent desire to secure a pipe organ for their particular Church. In many cases, this is an impos sibility, because cf the high cost of these instru ments. Gut 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 c.nd pedals produce exquisite well - balanced harmonies. Sv/eet and sonorous sounds are equally effective on this organ, which is general!}' recognised by musical critics to be the finest instrument of its kind po...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

Never before has such Value been opened in MEN'S WINTER ATTIRE aifat STORE OF ECONOMY . ,The very, latest in D.B. OVERCOATS, with half belt and pleated back, in Plum, Navy, Grey, and Fawn shades.- . l .<■ i PULLOVERS & CARDIGANS, in very neat designs, ranging from 10/11 to 27/6. MEN'S JACQUARB PULLOVERS, Salmon and Saxe, Jade and Fawn, at 17/6. ; , : BORSALINO HATS, in Plum/.-Bluet, Seal Grey, and Zinc shades. ; .i v MEN'S SCARVES in attractive designs. MEN'S SHOES, latest shades, Cherry Pat ent and Autumn Brown. i , TRAVELLING RUGS, from 19<6..^ £3 5s. Don't forget that you are invited t6;iinspect . 1 •. i ■ our Stock. - No. 150. u Phone No. 8 Having made arrangements with a leading Syldney•Manufacturer to make Suits to my Specifications, by the TEAM SYSTEM, I .can now offer a Well-made, accurate-fit ting SUIT to YOUR MEASURE. . > The advantages you get.-are MEA SURED AND FITTED by: a PRACTI CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive stock of the EXPERT TAILO...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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NARRANDERA SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

NARRANDERA SES SIONS At the Narranderi Quarter Sessions before Judge Coyle, Alplionsus- Bourlte pleaded guilt y to stealing a dozen bottles of wine from J. J. McWil Jiain at Gi'idiUi on November S. He was released on his own surety of £50, to come up for sentence if called upon within two years, and was or dered to pay the value of the wine stolon. John W. Dillon, found guilty of breaking .and entering tile warehouse of Wright, Heaton, and Co.,- at Nar randera on February 11 and stealing £51- 12s 3d and certain articles, and who had previous convictions was sentenced to two years' hard labor. Leslie Herbert Yandell, charged with an indecent assault on a girl, aged 5 years, at Barellan, and Edward Hall, charged with maliciously wound ing Georgo J. Doweil, at Yenda, were {WKjultted. LL;L

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING Melbourne Publications Demand for Lighter Displays [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

NEWSPAPER AD VERTISING Melbourne Publications Demand for Lighter • ■ , : Displays t The strong efforts most metropoli tan no'ws papers are now making to reduce tile density of the black mass es appearing in their advertising col umns are indicated in the Type Book of The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd Melbourne. ' - This concern controls the largest ■publishing house in the Southern Hemisphere, issuing 117,000;000 cop ies of newspapers and periodicals an nually, consuming 27,000 tons of pap er in the same period, and employing 1200 people. ' The new type hook will cause con siderable discussion in all publicity circles, as it marks the introduction >,of typograpical regulation's having a far reaching effect upon advertising )niiatter' appearing in the journals •whose contents it deals with. The book has already been circulated among Australian and Oversea Adver -Users and Agents, while other inter ested parties can obtain copies upon niaking application to the Manager or the Company...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SOLVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

SOLVATION ARMY Sunday, 29th April: 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.:-. WSst"t\tflydlong. • ■ ' 'Gaiit/'W. B. Sweeney, C.O. -A/, s." . .. '■

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

;"'w F. MJSGONI MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR GUNDAGAI iWill' forward designs for all classes of.!,Monumental Wovlf in' (!)anile or Marble. Samples of worlc ran bo Soon at local cemetery.—R. HOW All D Presbyterian,1 ' Ladies7 College • I ''' gouLburn, n'.s.w. Registered Under the Bursary Endowment Act Extensive Model n. Buildings and Equipment Healthy Climate. Altitude 2,300 P6o'.. Electric Cight, Sewerage. Hot Wateit Service. 41 Acres of Grounds Professional, Commercial. and Do mestic and Science Courses "lew. Term Commences Tuesday, l'lt': •February, 3 928 Prospectus from the Principal— brig.-GEN. W. RAMSAY McNICOLL C.B., C.M.U., D.S.O. B.A., Dipl.: Eiluc Old Tanks Repaired WE specialise in REPAIRING OLD TANKS by. ' REINFORCED CON RETE, All General Plumbing Work -rid Repairs at moderate prices. , A. ..AND J. lamb, ... Golden Street (near Mcin Street) ; : WEST WYALONG v!" ■ /"~N1 ^ |<L>ut vjlassg si1 ■- i - —1—; ; ; a 8: .'REFLECTING f N; TASTE AND H , J. "DISCRIMINATION. ^ * v...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

. CHOICE APPLES TRY 1 a.^asqoL' WINESAPS. 7/G bus.• • •.yiou/aWilH!.: • $njoy them; ,t Young. ' :,rJ , • L G. REYNOLDS.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

1ADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Ma It land .Street (nnar Firp Station)] WEST WYAtONG t new; bakery/ ^ At Tallimfea f'WISH to notify the'.,publie of Tal flmba and district tliat 1 have opened J, NEW AN DXJP-TO-D ATE BAKERY tt Talllmba as from DebeinW 3. 'fly Motto: Cleanliness and Civility. . Utv'iij jvili A TRIAL E. J. iilCKLE •/. It' fr'..-. - ■■■■! V WEST END'' BAKERY r WEST WYAL'OhlG Coi;fiVy Orders are Strictly Attended ■j; to tjpliyer Broad in both towns and de liver tor ;all-trains and all coaches. Wnltfe 'Bfead, Brown Bread, Small Goods,. Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes Civility and-Good Service FRASEft BROS; (E. D. & C .E. A.) '' ff? a lie .amy • "OVO»'*v '• Siroplcj to . .. . POSSIBLE)ityhil.o v. "Oy.Q" u«v«. results nof ' obtainable by nn'y othor means. "QVX)': ' STAN.pS ALONE. Every Store lcicj>ef,jn inp'JState.cnn oktaiti supplies for ydu"'. through any Wholesale Grocery House In'Sydney or Newcastle.- Eprrs put away in/'OVO" turn out perfect nnd niay be poached/ boile...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

GRAND BALL In aid of Presbyterian Church, will be held in Ungarie Hall on Friday, 18th May Good Floor. Good Supper GENTS. 7/6. LADIES 3/. . .;■■■ ' IC. CLEMSMON, ' • : ^ { -_j ., Hon. Sec. thanks MRS. Cr. R. HOAD wishes to sin cerely thank the. nursing staff, ah;o Dr. Maloney for their kind and skil ful treatment whilst she ''-was an in mate o£ WarataW I-Iospital. .FOUND FOUND on Monday, lljtli inst., on the West Wyaiong football .ground, a Gent's. Watch. Owner can have s'Ame by applying at thb local Police Sta tion ami paying cost, of advL FOR SALE NUMBER of Fowls and Turkeys for sale. Apply ; MRS. C. FATTEN, ■ Blow Clear. \ NOTICE I WISH to inform the public of West Wyaiong that on and after: ..this date I will adhere to my correct name, viz., W. George Hall, and will renounce my step-father's name by Which I was generally known, viz., Wi George Brooks. (Sgd.) W. G. HALL, Court St., West Wyaiong Church of England ANNUAL BALL Will be held in West Milby Hall on Friday, 4th May Excel...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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NEW SALE YARDS Tenders to be Called Rights of Ratepayers [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

NEW SALE YARDS Tenders' io be Called i .Rights of Ratepayers . ;Atuitlib: Shii:e Council' meeting' on' F^laay.' Cl'.' G- ;Wlsoii. akke'd ••jf teij dcrs" had been called for the erection' of tlics proposed new sale 'yards' at VVeSK Wyalong? 1: ,TKe. President (Cr.;.E. E.yTemple Hifiri) replied that," so', far, up'bfflcliil reply had been received from the Land Board. They liiul been inform ed verbally that the Board had ap proved of the site. "Council could; therefore, lake it that the site had been granted at thfe rontal agreed upon Further than that tlie Council had nothing official before theni. ■■ Cr. Wilson said the matter hail been goiag^on for yours) and years. They bad; from every angle, considorcd and discussed the qtieHtloh of cost and sites, and. ho considered the time had. now arrived when they should call tenders for the erection of the yards. When they did decide to build £v.Yal'('s' Uioy sliould see (hat tlicy. were-1.built soundly and of the right design. Iii' fill pr...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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A BAD ROAD Near Racecourse [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

f '• A BAD ROAD Near Racecourse iMi\ ''A1.1-' B. Grolliwin, secretary of: the'Wy&iong branch of the F. and.S. Association, was - present at the Shire Council' nieolirig on Friday evening in support of a resolution moved at a recent meeting of the Association., asking' tliat vportiori of the road near the We'st AVyaiong rncecoure and ad-, .iacent " to the ' properties of Messrs Hately's, and'"Woodlands,":l)e repair ed. He explained that several large holes,)extended right across the road, which was used by a nujnber of set tlers arid 'wli'ich'was impassable: after heavy: rain. ' ' ' j ' ' !0r. .Gagie said the 'lane' was only 100'links'wide. It was practically im possible to'drain it as the flood wat ers' Avashed away the soil. • Thoj Engineer'considered tlie work a m'aintenaiac? job and could be made good in a^Vciek with " three men: On | the motion of -Crs. Gagie and Wilson it was decided' tiiat the work "l/S'W'ohe as early as possible.""-''""T

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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UNGARIE RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

UNGl'ME RIFLE CLUB A general meetrng of ,the nbove club was hold In the Ungario Hall I on 2nd..instant..,Thp.re.was a. ^gqod ; mjusler of members, the following be ing present: Messrs. W. O. Hamilton, B.; Spring, N. McMahon, Sliarpe, S. McMalion, E ,J. Cope, T. R. Hayes, Q. A. Wallace, ;A. E. -Carter/ A; ^tS.tld--; Will, P. Blunt, _ J, JL. Murphy.'^ ..(Trea surer), E. W. Maybury (Secretary), \. A. Carter ,(Captain)<•. and;>,;cji£■ 'P.ii; Daniel (President). ,-v v. ;.. , After the correspondence!1 liftd; been dealt with it was decided,. oir; the nio-.j tion of Mr. E. J. Cope that' tlie pro-\ gramme of shoots/for :ihe:'-year be considered at the. annual meeting in June. As the existing range is limited to COO yards members are, considerably handicapped . when visiting other j ranges. A full, discussion then .ensued as to tho .advisability of extending the present range to; 700 yards or appiy ing for a new site, giving .a range up to 900^ yards. • An (excellent' site has ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

ItfSfl SMUT, @P. Sll Wiiiitii0PrPS£iai is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests . prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report' froiii the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (COO Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted (1:1000). • Untreated Formalin, 1:100, 5 minutes im mersion Bluestone, 1 %, 5 min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitrioline', 2oz. per bushel.. .. Field Germination % 92.3 . S5.0 81.3 80 .S . 92.S % Built 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., . gmy'PIC&LIMG POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents for ...

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VERIETIES OF WHEAT The Importance of Selection [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

;\virfiirbes: frf w wheat ; . The Importance of > Selection . An. important factor contributing to the success of the crop, is the selec tion of the most' suitable varieties of wheat for a district or type of soil. The Drector of Agricuture, Mr. A. H. E. McDonald, and other wheat growing authorities,1 advise farmers ) not to grow too ' niaiiy different wheats—four varieties being consid ered sufficient for. sowing on the one farm. To extend • the seeding period, also prolong harvesting, the varie ties selected should include late, mid season and early ' maturing wheats, and they should be sown in that or der. In early districts west of Nar randera and West Wyalong, midsea son and early maturing wheats only are recommended. Speaking at a farmers' conference recently held at Shepparton (Vic) Mr. A.- C.i Dreverman,' for many years Principal of the Longerenong Agri cultural College,' near Horsham, and now holding a similar position at Dookie, expressed the opinion thai too many varie...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WELL WORTH WHILE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

WELL WORTH WHILE • -»■ , Messrs. Palmer and McCormack, delegates to ,thq recent show confer ence at .Temora, ■ reposing.;; to j the Barellari Society, said "ft'. Is Impos sible to estimate the true importance 1 of,.the ,woric- • t.hesp conference .are / 'doing. The cro'p-cbmpeUtlonS,^1^0^ .have been fostered . by. * the council, ,an«l now; forni^a,-most-important part jOt ,• tl'ie competitive ip.ar.UoC, the:.; agrl}' culture. throughout; the^ State, are in , themselves ample; JJustiac^ion for the ronferoncos;" ,i>....... .V1'j| • • j . ■ V

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FOUR CORNERS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

i r : r ■ v ! . (From a CqrreujqmforitX''. | A, change in. the..weather, conditions {\-as greatly,, appreciated during the Iast week when every ^advantage was aken by. tlie faiTijing' cpmru unity to work day and night with tractors; A further fail of rain occurred on Tiies jiay varying from 45 to' 6U points' lo yally. , .. . ., .... . .. r. • ! • - * . ; * .. ■:'■ ■■ . ] The annual meeting, o£ . thp Four. Corners Australian/ Rules Football piub was held' recently. There was a good attendance'. Mr. G..Husldus (last year's President) was re-elected ami ( Mr. J. Johnston Secretary and Trca-! surer. - , | The balance sheet showed a good credit balance, considering' last' ypar was the first season' the club was formed. i . .. ' , • ' ..A' very-- painful' burning accideVit occurred last weeUV the unfortunate young man being" Sfr\ Max Itlsebor ough. He was driving a tractor an.i had' occasion to go to-the front of the tractor. He was in the act of lifting the radiator cap 'wlien tie scaldi...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHAPTER XXX[?] KIDNAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

CHAPTER' XXSX V... klDNAPPEU. . Twenty-four hours: later• both, 'N'in torsley mid Stephen wore. sound usloep on the Hur\vieli:Aut\mp'bont.3 . Wintersley hail' followed Stephen to Harwich by train, believing-him to: bo Hubert. The. truth about Dexter .had not come all. at. oiico;-but bit : by. bit. u. hundred suspicious incidents ol tjihV evening at 'The hurdles '.-bntuulii >lum: to thoHruth < (J At, lirst, his uilentioji ?Vas ^tt) rJii'* form the police, but- ho-quickly. Jiscd that ho wanted :I'finieln Templii far. more- than' :he do«ired' 'reVejitj'e.: That sho despised and loathed hini did not alter his determination to possess and subdue her. Ho wub a savage, and this desire to ^iimpier, to own this superb \vomai.*\vas the only passion that ruled him. Were Hubert Braid dual], Pamela would be lost to liim, but if ho could Jind somo plan for making Hubert's lil'o thu price of Pamela's refusal of him, he would win her yot. And so, nothing was further from his thoughts ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

V.\," ENSURE SATISFACTION BY CONSIGNING TO:— Tfie Commonwsaltb Wool and Produce Co., Ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Pin* Calves. <>klns, Hldwi 'V Consignment,!) revive personal auporvra/on and are omy tmnuied toy v . experts. Same attention given to small consignments as well as large ones. I Prompt attention Liberal advances If required . help the Company to extend Its past policy of vigorous! pro .1 jgrefcslve development along sound lines, maintaining its present . •• principle of refunding part commissions based on profits for auy. given year. ! OVER £34,600 r.eturued to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS - OR- NOT during the past four years - Department unaer direct, personal supervision of the General . - . Manager i ■'.itock DfiDartroent, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden Address: 3 Rent Street Sidney. 'Messrs. c. e. wallder.<* .,0., local „.t»-ftE>55N7ATivES ! 1 WHEN the tread of your tyres wears through remember that the body of ...

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CHAPTER XXX. HUNTER AND HUNTED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

. ' CHAI'TISR XXX. :.! HUNT Kit AND HUNTED. As soon as Stephen; recovered from his surprise, lie closed the window, and pulled the stuff curtains across. There •was no blind. A cold jjust li'nd en tered with Hubert. . It had been -a., harsh, rude interruption. ' • "What's the matter, Hubert'!" he asked anxiously. - He knew :that-Hu bert would not come at such a tunc unless something serious had -occurred^ "I'm safe for a little while, at any, rate," said Hubert, and then he told them all that had happened; "Do you think Wnitei'sley reeog-! nised youfsaid Stephen. - *,'■ "I enri^t say.''"■■.•That's ■ just -what'/ troubles me, '■' Hubert answered., "li;.: may be :that i I gave- him the; imprcs-' siou;. that X was in I'amelii >s. couli-" dence." " Well, what's to be: done?" snidr' Stephen dubiously. " V On will, at any': rate, be quite safe in'staying- here to-;'' night."; v:. V-:r ■■■.';• .'. r'' "And then?" - » '.: - " You must -lie. smuggled, out of tlio.' country. X think wo can...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 24 April 1928

THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. JOHN L. CARTER. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut, ' "The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. (Published by'Spouiul'.Ariuiigomout with\ ,, y\ tbu Piui»netoin 'i)t tbo L'oi>yiiglit. J . OHAPTJSU There,- IJusy sat tin; until well: after l-niidiiij>liti\!'riicy had to ' toll !eiich other.; I' agjiin • what tlicy hud told 'eilch"', other: :i thousand times beiore, and \vhat> would be always new. The whole world wan-shut out. That little, room', with its black oak panels was'' their universe. •. Ho was reading aloud out of acquaint' old book of ''Poeticar CieniB,'' while she sat at his feet with iier elbow on his knees, when there came a • taint tapping on the window. Itosalie start ed to her feet, while Stephuji. laid his hand reassuringly on hers. ''Stephen, what'is it?" she said.' • . Again ; the somid chine,. an^i .Stephen rose and put his hand out to draw the eurtaiu aside. i ' ■ "Oh, don ^t, Stephen! " whispered Itosalie, so I'rightened sites could-, scar...

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