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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

CRUMBS : C. E., Wallder and Co. on - Thursday next .at 2 p.m. at their sale yards, will hold a sale' of 34S sheep in connection with the bankrupt estate of J. Walter Sherrott. ~ * * -* On Thursday-.next at 2 p.m. C. E. Walldcr and. Co., will 'conduct a mort -gugeo's sale :o£ horses, harness, etc., at : their yards. < Eight horses,. a largo .quantity.or harness,"etc., and a Dodge motor car will be submitted to auc tion. Terras and conditions at sale. '' * * * . At their ,yards' on Thursday next at 2 p.m., C.' E. Wallder and Co. will submit to auction a Mitchellheader, Bagshaw chaffeutter. and Smith saw bench on good: terms. . * * * ,C. E. Walldcr and Co. and J. O. Mc Rorie will hold their Weothalle mar ket on. -Friday, next at: 2 p.m. when sheep,, cattle, horses, and sundries will lie submitted : tO' auction. Further en tries invited. "II i • , * * * The,UngarJe market will be held on Saturday next,;,10thi; inst;, at 2 p.m.. ,when BOO good : sheep and 20 fat and store catt...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEFEATED Labor's Censure Motion By 40 Votes to 19 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

DEFEATED Labor's Censure Motion By 40 Votes to 19 . The. censure motion in tlio .House; ofRcpresehtalive^was defeated by 40 votes to 19 on aj decision late on-Pri day afternoon,j,. • . '? iThe debate lias 'dragged over two weeks, and only' lialf-hearted Labor jeers greeted Mr.^Bj'jUce's motion for the application of llie gag this atter noon. l ' , y't 'v 1 When Mr. Yates ^Lab) S.A. was damming the Government for ^every thing in general and as many tilings in particular as lie could think og, Mr.. Bruce entered the Chamber and mov ed ".That tiie^motion . be now put". Mr. Charlddn's censurei motion was defeated,; the voting 'figures being the same. ' . } I-'aIiiiOTi ' . ■

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER THE FLOODS Traveller's Experiences [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

AFTER THE FLOODS Traveller's Experiences Mr.'L: W. A. Thomas, special rep« resontative of Fox films corporation (Aus) Ltd., Is at present a visitor to West Wyalong .andi .is. a. guest at tlier;White! Tank' JHotel. :• Mr, Thomas is here in connection witlv the seas on of "What Price Glory" which is to be shown at the Tivoli Theatre on Thin'stlay next. His efforts i to reach the town from Parlccs during the past week prove. beyond all possible doubt the shocking stn'e of the roads as a result <oi the recent heavy rains lately experincced ."For four days I have been .■.■hovering on th outskirts of the town, said Mr. Thomas endeavoring to find a road in which tliore was no possibility of a bog. Attempts' were made to reach here from Parlcos, Forbes and Greri"; fell, all :to no avail, until at last I had to proceed via Young and Tem ora, ml found this road in excellent condition. What would have been, a journey of about 60 miles by the direct'route thus became a temposl«= uos ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THAT'LL TEACH HER! [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

THAT'LL TEACH I1ER! "Sandy, I've just had my hair shingled. How do yoa like it?" - •• • "Lassie, y'vo had an awju' bit o' bad hick. Ah'vc ju\l bouyht yc a packct :o' hairpi'fis jur your Uairlh- 1 day." \ . £ . ' .. . : . • . > —By irrangempnt with "TheBulletin?'

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET COLTS Macartney's Advice [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

CRICKET COLTS Macartney's Advice Mr. G. Histon, of West Wyalong, lins received the following letter from C.G. Macartney, the famous International cricketer:— "I was much interested in hearing about the movement to present a cup tor the promotion of colts' cricket. Such a movement would, always have my hearty: sympathy, for it is to our juniors that Ave must look to keep the good old game going. I should like I you to tell them from me, as an old cricketer,1 'and one who started at the very beginning, that no cricketer iwortliy of the name ever gained ; his C. G. MACARTNEY IN ACTION place without hard work. Also they must not be discouraged if ill:luck seems to attend them—that, is a thing which falls-to the lot of every • player, no matter, ot what grade. The; only, thing to do is to. keep on trying, and fortune will \surely 'smile at last. The slogan of-'QVory true cricketer must; always be: "Are we downhearted?" "No!" Also I would urge young bowlers to practice most assiduously, f...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As IT WAS IN AUNTIE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

t, yts IT VrJl.S IN AUNTIE'S DAY. Reginald: "Don't you think you could learn lu love mc?" Louisa': "J might,' ■ lioyino,<t. I Jenrnet! Grml; n't tiithrml —By Arrangement with ?"T1iq!, Bulletin"

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT COMPLAINT To the Editor, "Advocate" [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

THAT COMPLAINT To the Editor, "AdvoteatetiK) 'r' Sir,—The language contained in Mr. Kaye's letter appearing in your issue of the 2nd Inst, was'! sufficient 'to cause the good people o(! the town to sit up'and itakc notice,' arnf wonder what don of infamy is situated in Park StreetEast. ' ' lK>' ' 'l ■ as the party was held'at'my resi dence, I naturally felt much concornec. on reading Mr. Kaye's letter, and iu terested myself in. an endeavour to ascertain what happened. , Let me say at tho outset that about fifty girls and boys paid a 'surprise visit at my home on Wednesday even ing, and although they had a very en joyable time their 'behaviour was be yond reproach and in'keeping with the homes from whence they camo, and if on the homeward journey four ■ or" five of the boys ran a little wile and did silly things, no tylame can bt attached to the party as a whole or the big majority- of the members. Whilst no one regrets more than my self any annoyance caused by "the of fending bo...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABERMAIN MINE Decision of Owners Employees Dismissed (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

'^■ABERMAIN MINE decision of Owners Employees Dismissed | (BY- WIRE) - j 1 Sydney', Monday Evening#?; *< As ,a result of,a notification from^ owners of the Ab'erirmin' No. 1 mine that the services of '110 employees would be ■ dispensed! with owing- ^to SlalcWess'of trade a special meeting o£ men. decided that if the dismissiils wore insisted upon the mine would be lA.id'"iUle, in ^ which1 event G50 hands would be involved. !

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIMBLESS SOLDIERS Street Carnival Gross Recepits About £250 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS: Street Carnival Gross Recepits About £250 : ? / The street carnlvar in aid :oE< the Limbless Soldiers' Aquatii?:" Clubs and.; Provident Fund Appeal, which -has been listed for several weeks" past, eventuated on Saturday lastjj.andidosr* pite postponements and tliV:difficultJv Of, securing Departmental - ;S<on^ tion proved very . ' successful under the circumstances._JT^ is safe to say that had author ity been given earlier to hold the car-1 nival on the original, dates, there; would have been a much more .satis-i factory result. .As it was thei carnival;, was held oh the one day instead or four as originally intended. The dis astrous floods experienced in-the ills-* trict, following the drought conditions o£ the past year, also had detrimental influence on the response to the ap peai. : .■ However, tlie gross receipts (includ ing donations) are in the vicinity, jol"; £250, so that a fairly substantial anj ount should eventually be-available t...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLERK IN TROUBLE Large Sum Involved Accused Remanded Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

CLERK IN, TROUBLE ' j 1 .. : Large Sum Involved Accused Remanded Sydney, Monday Evening. Frederick Sfelmes, 32, a clerk, was remanded at the'Central Police Court! on a charge of embezzling £500, tho1 property'M Hutchinson and Co., Ltd. \ "'The;' police 'state, that between £1500; and £2000 is involved.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIEVES' HAUL At Bundaberg Safe Blown Open (BY WIRE) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

THIEVES' HAUL I At Bundaberg ,Safe Blown Op,en (BY WIRE) ' The premises "or Mahony and Dexter, butchers, Bundaberg, were entered by thieves,, who "blew open the'safe apd secured £320, "£190 'of whiclv-was1 'in cn,sli and silver!'''" •' ' ' '1''

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAST FLIGHT From Brisbane to Melbourne Capt. Neale's Performance (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

FA§T FLIGHT From Brisbane tp P-r'i ■ bourne •*• Cp»t. Neale's Perform ! .. gjice a 1 (BY" WIRE) Sydney. Monday Kvoning. Captain'?Neal^ •arrived froitt' Mel bourne at seven o'clock last night after a flight from Brisbane, a distance of 1100 miles, which was covered iii UJ hours.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.C. WINNERS Framed Photograph For Auction 7th March [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

V.C. WINNERS v-| Framed Photograph FQr Au^tipii 7t^ Marfeh At the Fancy Fair on Saturday .'night last it "was' decided' to. ask ofe jC^E. Walldei' to auction' the • framed^photo graph of the:'Australi.an'V.Ci!-winner's in the Great War Recently Mr. Wallder auctioned' ft shfeep donated'by Mr; T. ;E:"De£tn|' and obtained £60 5s for it. It is expected that the framed photograph will; realise a ^greater' sum -when put' up:' on' Wed nesday next, 7th March, at Mr. WalU der'a saleyards'. There a.Vb rbnly '.fpur copies of the original in existence, anfi as 47 of the 63 V.C/winners'are repre sented in the group, 'it'wflpb.e 'seen that the photograph is" unique anji historic. ' ' Mr. Wallder's ability to rals.o money in the interests of the returned' sol diers is .weir known throughout. the district. At'any function for'"'an'y'chari table 'caus'e' whatever',1 lib hiis 'alwayg done much more than his share.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEWMARKET Won by Gothic A Rough Race [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

THE NEWMARKET \Van by Gothic Mi'ii L.:7 v 'A Rough Race • What Is described as ono of the, roughest Newmarket Handicaps on re cord was won by the hot favorite, Gothic, on Saturday* the minor plac in'gs going to Tliraeian Belle and Cliry stal, Gothic, in winning his second Newmarket Handicap in succession, re gistered a performance which had only once been equalled by Aspen.'Mr. Sol Green's handsome English horse won in sensational circumstances being cut off early and' seriously interfered with' twice, and then to win with 9.10 was a wonderful feat He was ridden by, i the craclc Sqdney jockey ,Jlni' Pike,: who, with th'-i h'jrs<-. receivp'il a "woh-. derful ovation on returning "to scale. ■ Trivalve, starting at'7 to'l on,'easily' won the' St; Leger ; Stakfes.: AmouniSj, at' evensr the lEssenden " Stakes,' afcl' Molliso'n at It to 8 tliu SireS' Produce Stakes. ' ' "

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DELORES DEL RIO [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

DELORES DEL RIO As "Chamaine,'' the captivating vamp in "What PricG1 Glory" to be presented at the Tivoli'- Theatre^ on Thursday and-'Friday' next). ' ' :;1

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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NOT GUILTY Wife Charged with Murdering Husband [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

NOT GUILTY Wife Charged with Murdering fiusband Mrs Ellen I-Toey . was I( found not guilty before Mr. Justice;; James, at the Tamworth Supreme Court, ou a charge of murdering lu;r liusoand, ai, Inverell on October 13... : . Mrs Hoey,-givingj pvidnncs, said hoi\ husband had previously threatened1 her. life, soj she liougpr. .u revolver, and carried; it with when .blie knew: her husband was,;in town. On the nignt. of the tragedy,; while con versing v.i;h lier lunban i .111 a motor '•;ir. lie leaned :forwaLT.vlf At the time she hafl.lier. right foot on.tl.e running boa>.-J, and was hold Snir'ji®r revolver 111 her/hand, which gave a quick jerlc forward, and the revolver went oft. < . . ' Evidence was giyen-by Nellie Hoey a daughter aged jtliat her father had twisted lior mother's, armsobo lnnd her back, and spat m her face. j.fi'.Sj

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRASTIC MOTOR LAW Operation Postponed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

DRASTIC MOTOR ; LAW Operation Postponed , A traffic regulation lliat would liavo cost motor firms many thousands or pounds, and j temporarily forced' sev«* era! well-known niakes'ot cars off tlio N. S. W. marifet', lias now^been deferr ed by the action of the Chief Secret ary (Mr. Brunihell). ' ,.'i| It was proposed to-compel the: use of double- brakingi/jsystems on all cars licensed, iiandnAy regulation to this effect was approved- by tlio Executive Gonncil^ari'd has now 'beea ready for >gazettal" for < some weeks. V ' 'IK i 'a;! ^ After go}np,<thoroughly , into tlio matter, liowqvei;,^ (^tlie,.Chief . - Secre tary lias decidptli jto -i;postpoiio 'tlio proclamation' ol^; ■.tjie'.j regulation for 12 mouths at the . ond • of which per iod ,the whole .(itiesyon will agnin bb considered, i -

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WOMAN BITTEN Snake Under Turkey [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

WOMAN BITTEN Snake Under Turkey Mrs. A.' Li. Ford, wife of the man ager of Bringagee,, Hay," was gather ing eggs. She went to shoo" a -turkey hen off the nest, when a black snake dartdtl out from under l!he'' bird.'' It! struck Mrs. Ford on the left' fore finger. The snake then turned quickly and bit the turkey twice. ' After attention Mrs.••{.Ford made good recovery. The turkey'died shortly after being bitten.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULKY BAGS Proceeds of Robberies? [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

BULKY BAGS Proceeds of Robberies? Fate played into the hands of the police last week, when two young men. were given into their charge. The men, Edward Sullivan and James Wilson, were discovered by the railway au: thorities travelling without"tickets be tween Wellington and Dubbo. They were handed over to the police at Wongarbon, and when f brought to Dubbo, were found to have bulky bags. When these^were opened they were found' to contain a varied collection bT household articles, Rearing apparel, arid .jewolery,: most of them answering the description of artiples missing in recent robberies from dwellings both in ' DulSbo and Wellington, '' The men were brought before the court, and were remanded.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£5,976,343 LOST By Miners in Wages Costly Stoppages [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

£5,976,343 LOST By Miners in Wages Costly Stoppages Startling figures of the losses sus talned by coal'miners through strikes were given at the Coal "'Conference in Sydney by: the' President of the Northern Colliery Proprietors Associa tion (Mr. Mci)onald). ' Mr,, McDonald said that in' 1920 there U'ere 26;t stoppages, -involving a loss iu' wages of £153,139. In 1921 the'figures' were 471 and £465,639; in 1922, they were 36G and £701,620; in 1923, 190 and £1,398,652; in 1924, 452 and £976,047; in 1925, 443 and £946,000; in 1926, 207 and £896,000; and in 1927 the 26 s'toppu'ges involved a loss of £439,246 in wages. That gave a ; total loss in wages in the eight years of £5,976,343.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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