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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
Local and General. e>rr- — Wamboyne correspondent's letter will appear in next issue. 1 oitball— Wyalong v. Tcinora; at Recicntion Ground, to day (Saturday.) Admission, Is. G.r/md Dinner, -at Ilartigan's'[lolel. 6-p.in. Tickets, '2s. ~ Serial afterwards—so the vi'sitoi's will- be well entertained. Meeting of all fdotbftllel's, Harti|an"s hotel, Monday night. Important business. .Roll' up. • A grand concert is to be held^in St. I Barnabas' Cliurcli on May Sr.li,n aid of the Oigan Fund. Particulars in J future issue. Some members -of tho Citizens' Committee in connection vitli ih&lt;j visit of the Jtoyal party, have »onn off their heads with excitement and slou beiy, judging by- their directions to the Detnacratic public yv Mr. Feale.y, of West 'Wyalffns? had the misfortune to have one of his lej>s I injured at Temora last week.' He is | now able to get about ng/lin with the I aid of a crutch. i Mr. and Mrs. Steeps, of Yalgogrin, (.returned from Sydney oh Wednesday i nig...
Mr. A. Duncan. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
Mr, A. Duncan. On Thursday night nil (he men who had been employed at the Great Dritain mine—which, unfortunately, Imd. just closed down —met u Hariigan3 Hotel in order to present their late nianag«rv Mr A.- Duncan, with a sm'ill token-of the esteem in which he is held by the . employees. The present too&lt; the form of u. lnnnd-'ome. golrt ch>&lt;in and pend ant which bore the following inscrip •'tion : " Presented to A. A. Dunc.ut, Esq., by the employees of the Great Britain Mine, West Wyalong, Apiil 1901 " This was accompanied by a nicely \rt>rded address signed by nil the On the motion of Mr J. Lynch, sec onded by Mr lleid, Mr W. T. Ooonan, JvP., was voted to-t-h". ehnir. \ Mr Coonnn briefly stated the object of the meeting, mid at the same time spoke in high praise of the good points of Mi. Duncan. iJEIe then proposed the health of Air. Duiidau; coupled with the jiames'of Mrs D. and family. ■ The toast was drunk with-' musical honors. TPio chairman then pr...
Railway League [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
Railway Leagiie A meeting of (.lie above was held nt Crouch's Hotel on Thursday night last—Mr. S. Wilson (President) occu pying the chair. There was a'large attendance pi es ent, and apologias for non-attendance were received from Messrs. V. T. Cooniin aud S. ■MelAid* ze&lt;in. ThiJ'minu'es of'the public meeting were leiid and con tinned A wire was received from Mr. Oritchelt Walker, Principal Under Secretary, in replyto the League's rev qu&lt; at that Phi liament should meet? as soOn as p' ssrble, stating that the ques tion would be dealt) with at the earliest opportunity; Letters were read from the Coota mundra and Reefton lengues stuting •that'they would- support the- pro posals of the Wyalong league, and co-operate with them in the agitation for the line from Temora to \Vya!ong. The inward correspondence was received, nnd the outward adopted. The Chairman s>iid the business of thij evening was to t ecei'vo ' nesv metnbe.rs nnd _ eleb't Vice;Presidenti. - He su...
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. AGRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
LOCAL INFORMATION'. The Mails. AmilYALS. From Sydney, O«otamundi;i, Toiiiora, .fiarmed muu, and "WyaJony, daily, (.Sui"1-'--; 5.30 p.m . nrrivos ut W&lt;* t. Wyal; . From* Ungario, Oondobolin, eto., f^&Uuys ..and Fridays at -1 u.m Fioin Mai^den and Forbes, .Sundays and Thursdays atOp*"1 From Vitl^o^rrin, Mondays, "Wednesdays, and Fri days ul -i p.m. From &lt;*«m>on, on Sundays at (> p.in. From Kildaiy, on. "Wei'int'.sday.i and Saturdays&t 6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
MKDXOA.3j. DR. CA8PERS0SN, M.D., D.P.S., . (kecist.^ w •' »« «?™F ; jIKDIOAIj BOAKD). U /fAY lie consulted'-lit ALL •"* iVi tho WynioiifC .15tsp&lt; n ir> ^ 1 h"u ,iuuiy» - Main-street, Wesi Wy along. "dk, M. perry, XM-R-O-S-, L-S-A.) LvrE Burgeon to Yass Hospital and Gaol, and Qpymwaw* Mudicat, Ufficeu-fok Yass DisTiacr, May bo.consulted at all honra nt, W Kosidenco, Main Street, )u"*j West, or during meal hours -il b, louml at UAHTIUAN'S Imperial Hotel IMPORTANT' Messes. McGrath & Cherry, Surgeon Dentists, (LATE OF COLUNS-STREET, MliLBOURNK), H/rAY bo consulted at HOTEL, Main-street, « '» 1 a fyom 9.30 a.m. till l> P '»■ daily. Top fcli Extracted Absolutely P'"1,le9S with laughing Gh» or Ara^lh. tics. Pm-ic.il and Mechanic De.itWiy |u ■nil j its branches-, 01, tho m 'St approved Ameu can principles. Gold Fillings, Crown and Bridge "Work a speciality. Private Address globe hotel, west \vy along. attorney, solicitor, aid . proctor, _ : . (>Tesfc Mining .Regi...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
DEPAllTUltUS. i For Barmednmn, 'femora, Cootannmdra, ami Syd» .uey, daily, (Sundays excepted) at 7 a.m.. •For Ungavie, on Tuesdays and Saturday* at S p.m. tor Marsden and Forbes, 011 Wednesdays :.:nd .Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Valgogriu, on Tutwdayft, Thursdays and Sat •day.s at 10 a.m. . . For Caroou, on Saturday* at (5 a.m. For ICildjuy, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 _ji.hi. • 'JJia mails are deliver*! at the post office itp to S p.in. each davr Mails are ready'lor delivery about, lmlf-aii-lumr after tlto arrival of epauh. letter t-i« elearod for despatch at 0 a.m eneli day. Pillar box at CebtniiVWyaiipg-: cleared-dfiily a^ 7.JJ0 p.m. * Monev Order and Government Saving UanK. Ilours—Week days—to; 6* p.m.; Katurdays^ 10 a.m. to 1 p.ra.
Vestry Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
"Vestry Meetings. The Easter vestry meeting in con neciion with All Saints' Cnurch.of England wns held on Friday night l.ist— tli» Rtiv.-G. \V. liattin presiding. The report and- balance-sheet showed a very satisfactory state of affairs—£300 having been collected for buildiug purposes duiing the past 18 months. The greater portion of this amount was spent in additions to the Rectory. The election of officers resulted aa follows .—Clergyman's War den-, M r. • Jolm Gliann.m ; People s Warden, Mr. E. A. Neeld ; Bishop's Warden, Mr. J?. Neeld, semv Gom rnifte", Messrs. R>Mtuya'y,' IVCliud leighjV and H. Ohannpri. Sidesmen, Messrs. B. Hilder, and A. IS.Robinson. 'Secretary and'"Treastirer, Mr. WvE. '.'Bannister. :j ['fife report" and butanes-sheet will" be found oa our' fourth pa^e.]* The vestry rm&tin'g of the parish ioners of St. Barnabas' church, West Wynlo.ng, wns 'held last Tuesday even ing, .when' tlvM'e was a fair attendance present. The niinute3 of'- the lnist IS'ister...
A TIN FIND. EIGHT MILES FROM WYLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
Et&HT XtlLES FROJiWYAM^-G.' FSk soVno li.ttlo . timo past prospecting lor gold and other minerals h&lt;u lioing going on all tonnd-. WjrHlmjg, 'with the result th-it a ciikIv 'for tin mining pro perty has act in near Mr. Janiieson's farm', which is 'situiltcd about S iiiilos £6 the south o£ West- Wyilong, and "tile'following. 'Jeiisos Iimvh buffft ■> npli'pd for':—Smith, prospecting nroa 6t' 40 YicVes, MdlV-od 25 acres,'and Tu ly and LeadbitUir'id ucrcs. , frs tliu pri'so'it caso the tin is found in a solid ro'tf,- which' ia of run; Ocoihtcmch in the cilony. Tlio discovery of tin is nno more link in tlio • importance of Wyulong as a raining tio'd, and there is«v«ry itMson to buH-iVO I lllll. j:l till! HU.U' flltllril Jjrfl-V al)In quantities of almost ovory ti'inor.tl will be found hen;.1 Plough Shares nuikos, and all Massey Darts iu stoc— H. Harris SouDKy, " " Mr. M.lining proposed, mid Mr Welbv seconded, that n "special prize of £2 2s, subscribed by the Committe...
Quarterly Licensing Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 23. Before Mr G. Stevenson, L.M., and Mr. A. A. Smith, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
Quarterly Licensing - Court TUESDAY,' APRIL 23. li'iftyre1' Mr . Gv'Stitvertson,-.-L.AI., • ..j. Mi1. A. A.-Sniitli,'J:V. Tin* Inspector's quarterly icporfc on the st'tttt of-t'ne liptoU was presented, and-.considered* satisfactory. William- Honriq.'in ar>pl*&lt;>(l for a renewal-^ for hotel'1Ji-«3iniset5 sitivito sit Billy's Lookout. In tli is cast! the application hid not been lodged within the hi ipulated .period of ten days prior to tlie expira tion (if the license. On this ground the Inspector objected to the ting of thu reuevfiil, !Uid the objection being .upheld by tin* Benc'i, Mr. Houi'igim ,ij luidfti' tlin no.ctsiity of closing his premise* until tlip Tllrof ' tiH'xc month— when no doubt tlie , Iljneh, granted tlmt certain formali ijies Imvo been" complii'd with, will M'n'insjtiite Mr.. Ilourigan in his position.' 1,11 the me itimp, t.lievinh»bi| ants of Billy's .Lookout-will lmve to dispense with their whisky coclttail or put of " four half" and quench their...
CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
London, Thursday.—During a sharp flight on 'Tuesday between a British foice.imd 100 B^ers at Honeynest kloof, near the Madder River, five men were, wounded, and several cap tures were made. The Deceased Wife's Sister's Bill possed -through the House ct';Coinmoas by over>a two to one vote." At Um:;Goloni.i'l Institute bu'nqyrit V p., t. f • r r fti y, X> a r1 - Stni'ilt'Ona, Lord •Jersev,; General S.r Hi-ui'y Norman, Sir Powell'Buxton, and Sir J\ Cock burn 'suggested the creation of an Ini pi.-riid Council to • provide for the ser vice necessary for the s:ifnty of the Empire. - ..
Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
• Sydney, Friday.—Tlje arrest of the transport Chingti, with the Cliiria contingent on bnard whs caused through a case of sickness, being dis covered "ti b.oard._ The., port medical, officer visited tin*, ship to-day in ■ Wat sons Bay, and found the case to be dangerous. The Railway Commissioners will run cheap excursion trainsfrom the country;in connection with , the open ing of dm Young Feppltt's Exhibition at' the Agricultural Grounds on the dt'd-'Juue • by.'the ,Duk« of York. ' The Government is experiencing great difficulty in getting back mater ials lent to tlio country districts for Common wealth proceedings. The City and -Suburban Handicap was run lit Epsom on Wednesday and was won by Australian Star. Billy Smith, the New York pugilist, who was knocked out by Londoner John Roberts at the London Sporting Club on Monday, dind on Wednesday, The trial of Mis Smith.in the Tal urie murder case, will conclude today. '1 headdresses by counsel on both sides and tlie Judge's suimu-iug...
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
^ TJETB Wyaioiig-Advocate,' SATURD AY, APll'l L. 27, 1901. 'This may be rogard'ed as Reid week in ■political circles in the. mother State. 'The ex-leader of-'-the State Opposition •and the leader designate of the Coin ''raonwealth Opposition, farewells''his •former party at a picnic at National ■Park—a method better far than ; iiny public meeting or banquet in a hpt •sfeaming , hall. With the disappear ance of Mr. RfilH .f-"m t»G the Assembly loses its jnerriest man: of 'mark. It also loses its liveliest de bater and most sarcastic member. For •full round man the ex-Premier is a, many-sided character. When he flash 'Upon the-political scene witli his bub bling and superabundant gaity, all the 'dull men of all quarters of the.Pfou-.e piade up their minds that the new light -in the business of 'legislation whs not! >:to be taken seriously, lien whe couid &lt;iiot entertain a company of Quakers' .imagined that the inhabit-ints only 'wished to henr them Speak to-he edified ■r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901
^NNUAL gBPOET, ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, WYALONQ. LADTES AND GENTLEMEN, EASTER, 1901. submitting the -Report for the Year ended 31st March, 1901, we have much cause for thankfulness that, such a prosperous state of things in .Jv, connection with our Church exists, and we co'ngritulate you on the attainment of such satisfactory results. ■ The additions to, the Rectory, now a very neat and commodious building, has been completed at a total cost of £2'24 is Sd. Although the contractor failed to carry our, liis contract for the sum agteed upon, viz, £184, the Build ing Committee' arranged for the completion of the work at a price which was still £20 under the nijxt•tender. A batter quality of material for lining than agreed upon was used j and some extras and a 1000-gallon tank were, included in the ;amount paid for the work. Your, Council consider that the gentle men who composed the Building Committee deserve the hearty thanks of the parishioners for their labours|in this matter— while Mr. ...