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FIGHTING T.B. Seaside Camps for Children (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

FIGHTING T.B. Seaside Camps for Chil dren (BY WIRE) Sydney. Friday? The Minister for,Health Is taking stops, to combat tubeiculos. He lias proposed to set aside a site at ;IMttl'e>Bay.;: foriseaside-Tcampsi for. ■;childreh*'.who .have beon<-exposed'. Mo, •itliQ'inf'ectidn: . ,.-v

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MAILING Returning to Sydney (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

bSr. MAILING Returning to Sydney; (BY WIRE) Sydney,' Friday Mr Mailing, oC the^ Sydney City Councils Electricity Department, will., leave Auckland for Sydney on'.2nd, I. May* | „ i i [ ! iJ. ,'

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHINA TROUBLE Towns Sacked and Looted (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

THftcWlNA TROUBLE Towns Sacked and Looted (BY WIRE) , I ,J ^ t Sydney, Piiday' • A Shanghai'cable -states that North ern Shantung is reported to have he roine'a hiding placo' foi deserted nor "tnern soldieis and bandits V- Scores "of . towns-: and villages. were, sacked and looted. r , ' It' is thought that Chang Tso L.111 will: abandon Peldu and concentrate, life defence on Mancliuria,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAS. ELECTIONS Premier Opens Campaign Reduction of Members (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

"TASrELECTX$kS~ Premier Opens Cam paign Reduction of Members ' (BY WI11E) Sydney, Fl'iday J:;.^lUiCsTasmaiiian:-PreniieV^openeashis election campaign last night. Ho'promised,-^with a return to pov, er, to leduce thp meinbeislnp ol the" Assembly t*o 24 "and Council to l5. -

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTORS COLLIDE Two Sea Captains Killed (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

MOTORS COLLIDE Two Sea Captains (BY WIRE) !, ' I Sydney, Friday ' Captain Dnnscen, master c[j tho Dutch; steamer,-'Alerkap and -teaptaini; D. Langley,'were botli Stilled "as a re-' suit of a collision bet\y'een a motor lorry at Footscray, near Melbourne, last night.' , s'

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

Paling's for Upright and Grand Pianos BECHSTEIN RONISCH LIPP Pianos known in Australia for over 5 0. years. . PLAYER •, PIANOS RONISCH. AND LIPP \yith the Hupfeld Player Axtion, absolutely the Bedt Obtainable. PLAYERS BY BEHNING AUTOTONE PLAYOTONE v LAFFARGUE and the VICTOR and MAXIM Every instrument fully guaranteed and sold on Easy -Terms if you wish Call and hear them or Send for Catalogue and Price List. 338 George Street & 206-210 Pitt St., Sydney A. EMMETT < JELLING ACE NT Never before has such Value been opened in . MEN'S WINTER ATTIRE as at STORE OF ECONOMY .. .The very latest in D.B. OVERCOATS, with half belt and pleated back, in Plum, Navy, Grey,. and Fawn shades. • • • PULLOVERS & CARDIGANS, in very neat designs, ranging from 10/11 to 27/6. MEN'S JACQUARD PULLOVERS, Salmon and Saxe, Jade and Fawn, at 17/6. 1 BORSALINO HATS, in Plum, Bluet, Seal Grey, and Zinc shades. , MEN'S'SCARVES in attractive designs. • MEN'S SHOES, latest shades, Cherry Pat...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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"BOHEMIANS" Treated Like Princes [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

"BOHEMIANS" Treated Like Princes . ( > (By Arthur Malley) , After a> ten (lays torn' .in-tho .coun-. try I nm convinced of two things— tlmt the N.S.W. Cricket Association should continue its policy of sending city teams to the country, and .that festival cricket, as was played at Dudannian, has come to Australia to stay. A feature of the lour was tho■■en thusiasm shown by country centres At Parkes, where the first match of the tour was played, we were met .a couple of miles outside tho town by. (he Mayor and a fleet of cars. Even alter this welcome the members ol tho team were hoisted on a lorry in (he local town square to tie welcomed! by the citizens. And so, until .wo reached Canberra 10 days later, tho "Rohemians" were .treated like prin ces rather than a wandering band of cricketers.^ There is no- doubt that cncket m tho country;has improved.' This, I think is partly duo to the Cricket Association.. Country Week scheme and to the visit of the city teams to the country. De...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LADIES COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

LADIES COMPETITION An Associates' nine-holes suoKe competition was played on Wednes day afternoon, and was won; by Mrs. Moncrieff. Results:— ■ G . H N Mrs. Moncrieff 55~ 5 4(5 Miss D. Helyar 61' 14 47 Mrs. G. Fawcett k. 69 15 54 Mrs. L. B. Evens .. .. 77, 18 59 Mrs. W. J. Macdonald .. 79 18 61 Mrs. Helman 72 .10 62 Next Wednesday, 2nd May, a Flag Competition will /be played.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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GOLF GENTS' COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

GOLF GENTS' COMPETITION • • A nine-holes stroke, competition was played on Wednesday afternoon; and was won Jby Mr. R. D; BlooVe. Results:—• G H . N 10 34 JL Gladden.. 46 10 36 J. Boyd .. .. .... .. • 6 39 Geo. Butler .... ;. .. 52 11 41 W. C. Johnston . .. '13 2 41 H. I-Ielyar •?. .. 45 2 43 K! Lucas ... .. ■.; .. 4 44 T. Watters .. :. .. 54 10 ;14: R. Seward .. .. 58 13 , 4G D. A. Gagie .. .. .. 53l 6 47 A. B.' Grellman .. 54 7 47 F. Plackett .. 56 9 47 j W. G. Hall .. fill IV ■AS;| W. J. Maodouald .. 7 1.0 1 K. Chanter .. ...... .. .. 64 13 511 L. Batros/. - .. ... . . .. 66 13 53 B. T. F&wcett' .. .. G4 -10 • 5't l The general committee will.:meet at the Club House at 10 a.m. on,;the : 23th inst. I

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WHEN THE MISSUS BUYS A HAT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

| WHEN THE MISSUS BUYS* A HAT When the missus buys a cadie, She will never let you know Till her lady friends inspect it And declare it fit for show. - Then she'll trim lieV hair to suit it, Till it's sitting prim and pat, Ami appear before you hoping For the best about the hat. ''What, another one," you grumble, Then she'll circle round about, To expose some little something That's the very latest out. It's a little right-hand drooping, Or a smaller left-hand peak, But the darn thing doesn't d'Kor From the one she bought last week. It's the same old bent-up wir.v Colored rag and tinted straw, v But the figure—fifty shillings— '. You're compelled to pay by law. Then there's odds and ends and extras Ranging .upwards for- a quid,.:. ». So it's easily—heads .a fiver When, the missus gets a lid. She lias lints for show and races;: And for Churches—big and small, And God. knows liow many others, - That were never, lials. at;,all.. - Little bent-up, crooked, shapeless;' Up-to-fashion bits...

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NATIONAL ROT SET IN The Moderation League of New York in its annual report (United Press) says:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

(Published by Arrancemont;) . national rot set in r n /.The : Moderation ; League-:. otr. New | i Yoiit: jn its . annual' report (United j Press) says:— , When we consider,that drunkenoss •generally has already increased to the: .'Pro-Prohibition', level,, .aiul ■ that drunken children have increased fur ,above -anything; ever, known ,-before in . this "country, wo cannot'.escape the i "conclusion that the ; Prohibition Act has tailed utterly to do what: is was; intended to do, namely, promote tern perance and sobriety. Morfeoveiv since 'conditions have become worse, not better,1 each year, and - with: the 'next generation' drinking as never before, i there speros. to be no .hope; that tho | 'Enforement Act, in. its present dras tic form, can- ever accomplish, its purpose." ■ *■' •• . We believe that a greater degree or ■temperance can be- attained fby - a m'ise restrictive law than by-a bone dry law which does not command tl:o' respect of a large .part of : the people.. We are also...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FIRM PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

FIRM PIG MARKET Winchcpmbe, Carson Ltd. reporl:e Rupplies of pigs at Tuesday's■.Syd ney sales totalled 12()0 head. Compet ition was brighter ail classes tdiarig ing hands at flnn prices. lilglit' 'pork, or.s commanded particularly keen bill ding. Backfatters realised 70/'to 160/ per head, baconers 03/ to 72/ anfl porkers .38/ to 02/. ■ . i | . |

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO TURF WICKETS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

[ NO TLIRF WIC^ETS( /Turf wickets, of course,., are .^prac tically 'unknown in many of. the west era towns; in fact, we .wore not fortu nate enough to play on one during the tour. The N.'S.W; cricket associa! lion is wisely interesting' itself in this qiicstlon. There is no: sayings how far country cricket will go if the play ers are privileged to play: on tu'r." wickets. - ' Despite the fact that : most of the. games ' were closely contested and that w§ .were beaten at Canberra, I am still of the opinion that the Gren fell Juniors are the most promising cricketers in: the: country. This team alone'would be a match.tor any coun-, try team coining to Sydney durine the carnival. Although I woulld>. like; to see this, team represented in: coun try week it would be extremely dit ficult?for the association;to 'invite, a club to Sydney while "its players-had. the chance of being chosen'in the district team. The milch discussed festival match at Dudaunv.m was, perhaps the .most interest...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Importance of Kerosene in Incubation [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

Importance of Kerosene in Incubation TIio artificial incubation of di'.dc cns dat'.'o .back io 1000 B.C., or t'tme those days was done by expert egg-: hatchers, whose . tminm-j was a Jilc long- business. • The 'secrets they held were not known .to -all' and sundry;' rather they were handed down from fatlier-*-to .soii: Many of the secrets required 1 considerable;-inherited skill one of these being the extraordinary methods o£judging;-by sensations on skin and eye, the; temperature of the underground hatching'ovens in wliicn they hatched'up to a million: eggs at a tune.' Since tlio - discovery of kerosene,1 which made possible tlio development of the modern 'incubator, artificial in cubation lias been reduced to a fail ly simple-process. At tlio same time, there are certain factors which make •for successful incubation, and which it will not pay poultry raisers to over look in those days of keen compet ition. Although the manufacturers or incubators and brooders liave devol ed their ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SCOTCH FAIR AND FLOWER SHOW Magnificent Display of Flowers Successful Annual Event [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

SCOTCH FAIR AND FLOWER SHOW Magnificent Display of Flowers - Successful Annual Event The annual Scotch Fair and Flow-] er Show: in aid o£ St. Amlrew's"!t,re£^ byterian Church, West Wyalong, was opened in Uie Masonic Hall yester day afternoon. There was a good 'at-1 tendance at both the afternoon ar.ri evening sessions, and the patronage extended wast very gratifying to the committee. The fair will be continued to-night. |The stalls wore artistically arrang ed and decorated, and were well stock ed with useful commodities. Tilt. Slfclt-liolders and assistants have been working energetically and en thusiastically for weeks past in prepa ration for the annual event, and it ib confidently anticipated that the fin ancial result will be well up to the standard of previous years. There was a magnificent display of flowers, which was greatly admir ed by all. The chryantliemums grown and exhibited by Rev. H. T. Gonge, of Wyalong, were of exceptional mer it, and the competent judges state.: th...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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GOLF DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

GOLF DANCE [ dance was lieldi in Uhe '. Masonic Hall on Tuesday , night . iast: : "under i tile - auspicesv:of.*ithet . vWesti -Wyalong Go] f -Club; • and proved;; almost• enjoys able arid successful1.!tunctioiiifSpIftOiiid; i music .was • supplied • by tha • .(jlopm ..cha&CH,S!::Ol'che&tra,^^'an(^'l.l!XceUcut~^rb•> freshments'. were iiroyjiifl .by'< :i;,eom; mitte ol: ladies. It1 is: expccted- that: ii1 fair'sum will be aval' ib' e for im provement purposes .as .i;rnsulv;of the function. The Hon. Kdcroiarv, Mrs. G.. Xi.v Moncrleft,' auil' those associated .with > her We <tO; be- comp/imentod :upu« • 'the 'success; which attended . thou'^ : ef forts.

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FOOTBALL CARTOON [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

FOOTBALL CARTOON •Football - barrackers are requested to view the 'cartoon appearing in Meagher'^ window -caricaturing the Half Moon Football * Club. '' The nances are slightly misspelt, and dif ficulty ^".was'.'i'experienced in. getting thei correct expression .on each play-. "Ialoe;v'«Av-prize •••of a ticket to last year's sl;^vN.^ill be awarded to the one! :wli,o ;flrst'.'reco"gnises" all of the player!."1 The prize will be presented, at the Half Moon Football Dance to be held in tlie Masonic I-Iall on Tues day; .1st May.' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

( FOR SALE " " , - - : ' ; LIMITED Quantity Canberra Seed Wheat. Early application necebsary. I)/- cash', on delivery. . ' . ' , DITCHF-IELD fiRO;3., , ; - West Wyftlong. HALF, MOON FOOTBALL SOCIAL 3/6 V MASONIC HALL 2/5 ' TUESDAY, 1st MAY ' Supper, Gloomchasers Orchestral. J. McCANN," ' ' ' " Si|1' ' ; J. FRANK 'U Organisers. ' '''' MULGA AND ALGERIAN OATS : Seed and Feed for Sale. ' , A. 6. AND T. J! WATTERS, Phone 182. West Wyaiong. Box 11'4 ,0pp. White Tank TRESPASSING ' " . " ' I I ANY Person or Persons found" Sliboting.or Hunting on "Tarawanna" will be; prosecuted without* respect to persons.'; ' '' S. THOMPSON. ' .RETURN THANKS : me; & MRS. BOARDMAN, of Wed-1 tlialle, wish to thank Mrs. Riddles,'1 Dr. ■; Linder, Mrs. Oldham, and aff liind l'riends for messages and tokens' of sympathy in their recent sad be reavement. ■ CROWN LANDS AUCTION SALE; TALLIMBA On the: Ground, Wednesday, 9th May1/ at 2 p;m. LOTS 1 to 15, section 3, lots 1' ttt 'J 2,'-section 4, portions 26 to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

r r". I CHAMBER OF COM ,; .j , MERCE THE,Monthly Meeting of the West WVyalong Chamber .of-"Commerce will ' 'bd"lielcl in the Memorial Hall on FRI ' DAY EVENING, '1th MAY, 192S. 'Xs ,busjpess Is important a In rjc ' attendance of members is requssted. J. PRANK, ■ • i ,• \ Hon. Sao. ...is . <Bb e * FOOTBALL MATCH Next Sunday, 29th Inst. WE§T WYALONG i :VVpni(i, VERSUS I /,-n, r " .< UNGARIE i-r SaUl i .r,(On Local Ground) "Si I *■ <. 03, bjj 1 Curtain Raiser: -TWO LOCAL RESERVE TEAMS 1 ' IN ACTION ' 'Vfl — 'Interesting Games Assured 1 00: J . E. CALLINAN, j Hon. Sec. | In the .JVIatter: of the Companies Act, "j'„ ^ " '-18991' | :And In the: Matter of the Ungarle Hall J >>Company> Limited (in Liquidation) J ' '■ I M _ I nqtVce- to' creditors NOriGEjls hereby given that all! persons having any claim against tho. above Company, aro required on or before tile thirty-first day oC May, j 1928, to pond their names aiul ad- i ^dresses^and particulars ...

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STOCK PRICES LOWER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

3 oSTQCK PRICES i^Tf LOWER -.j The! lui^nionwealth Wool and Pro duce 'ca (C .E. Walldfer & Co. local agents), wired us as follows yester ..•dAyj/afternoon:—.. I ' Jp sheep market at ' Homebush to-dayj was from 1/to^ 1/, lower. Cattl^ were : £1' lower." (

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