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

PERSONAL * 1 £H '' :Mi\rT? W. Gibson underwent an^l operation j at St. John's Private Hos Pit'dijbirllngh u rs t, last week. Latest repo'rts,'yareli that he is progressing very 'iMiisfactorily. * C!<5 31/T ; ' * # • ' Mrv* tiichard Sharman, one of the •oidsfeti'rs.rid most respected business meu.rO[-' the town, has. been rather; scriSlisli' ill with pleurisy, but we are' pleased to state. that lie is now; ' well' -01V the road to recovery. ■ -,d : .* * * Cr.OCf. I Wilson has been appointed to fejpr^sent the Bland Shire Council at...the. forthcoming Shires' Con. ence. He has also been elected to re present itlie Council' at the meeting of. the j newly-formed Riverina De velopment League, to be held at Wagga oij 1st May. ■!,.'* * * ' ■ Mr R. jc. Kitto, owner of South Yal-| gogrin Station for twelve years and] .f,esi|fentj at Moonta, South Australia/ rfor tiie past six years, has just paid a| return visit to this district, accom-s paili0(1) by Mrs Kitto. The property® origi^...

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

; FEU1T DRINKS ARE KST > ©RAM ©IS Delicious Healthful Economical Made from FRESH rfttJlT' and SH^ART^' 30 Medium Glasses ip a Bottle. , Just add Water. Sold world;wide: 1 O.T. LTD. Melbourne,Sydney .London and U.S.A. 2 C >• ' P:8c C. SUCCESS MEANS YOUR PROTECTION Success is-seldom un-earn'ed, and the spectacular rise of the P. 6C C. to the foremost rank, in the short space of five (5) years is due to the special services rendered by the Com - pany. It keeps policies in force when times are bad; it sets aside, each year, sums for Joans to its members; its policies arc designed to meet the particular needs of the, man on the land. Xn joining the P. SC C. you . obtain the benefk of co-operativc assurance and further the need of the countryman. Chairman of Directors: Hon. A. K. Trcthowan, M.L.C. Gen. Man.: H. Fell PRODUCERS £/ CITIZEMS COOPERATIVE ASSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA 'TD. _ 114-IIP CASTLER.EA.qH ST. SYDMBY, A MOEE1S Soar yona? ls©li€©sr trip YOUR holidays should be trouble ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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"LANGUAGE" Young Man Fined [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

**" "LANGUAGE" ■:Youtig M?,:i Fined Before, Messrs A. Emme*.' and A: J. Joseph, jrJ.'s.'P.pat,<(the-'• local police 'court on Tuesday, a fyoung man • named Joseph 'Gonnors;;\vas charged1 by Con stable Sharkey;wKIi being dru,nk and having used -Indecent language. ■' In explaining the circumstances, the police ofllcer: stated that lie cautioned defendant on several occasions about his conduct in the public street. Sev eral ijpople had complained of the disgusting language used by defend ant. When asked how he pleaded, Con nors said he knew nothing about it. It the constable said lie used the lan guage he must have done so, and would plead guilty. Connors added that lie had just come in from Quan illalla, and was on his way to Un garie. Fined 5/ and £3 or 1-1 days respec tively.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JOYS OF COASTING IN NEUTRAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

THE JOYS 0,F. COASTING • \ '* IN NEUTRAL j-'A Many motorists .when-. motoring m .-hilly .counti'y have slipptjt} the gear clever; .Into neutral and enjoyed tlio • pleasure'- of coasting, but when tlujy ■ endeavoured- to got, back into ••goat. . found,, difficulty la doing, so, copso Lquently' they have given up tho prac ytice. 'A'little.-kno^vledge in this \dir i octlon,makes'(jhe^cfhangc bade a sim •plei inatter. AVlien the gear is slippqd •,Into > neutral,-; tho -.car.- wiU gather way most1'delightfully, tlie shriek of Lho i.wind'. iKist' ones ears drowning tlio. subdued: tick-ovei; of thq engine. Tlio .speed) should be well restrained ac (■cording to road'conditions, as its sil »,:encev"jis deceptive. • When the- . tnno . comcs • to tq-tjngage the .gear, it Is .well/itoj make :deiull certain that, the (.engine Is running,- otherwise-any at . tempt, to engage a moving dog with , a 'stationary'- dog mayj be 'extremely costly. If the. ticlcover is so good that, the: engine cannot...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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PREPARING TYRE ON RIM [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

'PREPARING TYRE ON Rliyi, Cuts and holes on lyres can 1)0 re paired very satisfactory with cement and tyro putty. It is quite a job, how ever, to get the cut cleaned out so the cement and tyre putty will stick, especially when : the1 tyre is.'on the rim,'but it can 'be dpni? very easily ; if i'tlie. Jtyre'is deflated and an ordin ary'Wood screw clamp is placed on the tyre. By tightening. U19 screw, the. c'iitj will be spread, out, and. can, then 'be ' easily cleaned. with( a stick and a rag soaked: with petrol. Ap^ly pement • and '.'putty, before 'removwg tiie clamp.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIME SHEETS FOR FARM WORKERS Mutual Protection [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

TIME SHEETS FOR FARM WORKERS Mutual Protection • Many members of the Farmers and Settlers' Association hold the view that piecework anil work done by contract are one aiiid the same. Con fusion has arisen, in rural districts as a result of tills misinterpretation of the Agricultural Employees' '(State) award. , Recently Culcairnv ,District .-.Council, of the.Association- asked, the Minister for Labor (Mr.' Farrar): that the'sec tion of the award providing time and pay sheets for rural employees, be removed, on the' grounds'that it was unnecessary and cumbersome. The general, secretary of the Far mers and Settlers'. Association : (Mr. Cambridge) forwarded this request to the Minister, and recently -received the reply that :the Industrial Arbitra tion Act, 1912, as amended, required that all employers in an industiy should keep time and pay sheets. That 'requirement of the statute would have to be observed unless or until, the law was. amended. The Minister added ..that:■ it was a fre...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

€®3&®s»efe Wa$«ffl»g. • TTOiagte— • Concrete is playing an" impoctant anc? ever-increasing part on farm and station. Its simplicity of handling, its durability, its economy, its adaptability to„|^undredl and one uses commends it '^trongly to those who are keen upon modern improvements. The watering, trough illustrated above is but one of the many concrete conveniences capable* of: Being built by unskilled labour.' ...-x., ! KANDOS CEMENT CO. LJD., &M. Herald Building, Pitt Street; "'Sydney. 'Phones: B.6741, B.6742„"" The Kandos Cement C om - pany will freely supply details to all contemplat i n g concrete construction. PORTLANTfi ,"C E M E NT PUBL'IC NOfl.CE .... ANYONE round Shooting or Hunt ; ng on Merringreen Homestead will bo prosecuted. No further notice. .. C. G. BRYANT. Lachlan Shire Council PUBLIC NOTICE^ .. —• ,T— n . All gates and approaches to the extent of, halt a chain on either Bide o£ the gate on public roads within this Shire must be maintained by th6...

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

F. RUSCONI MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR GUNDAGAI Will forward designs Tor all classes pf Monumental Work in Granite or Marble. Samples of work can be seen at local ceraotory.—R. HOWARD The Presbyterian Ladies'College 1 GOOLBURN, N;S.W. Registered Under the Bursary; Endowment Act Extensive Modem Buildings and Equipment flealiliy Climate. Altitude 2,300 Fee' Electric Light. Sewerage. Hot Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds Professional, Commercial, and Do rnestic and Science Courses Vow Term Commences Tuesday, 1-lt'; February, 1028 Prospectus from the Principal— BRIG.-GEN. W. RAMSAY McNICOLL C.D.V C;M.G., D.S.O. B.A., Dipl. Educ Old Tanks Repaired WE specialise in REPAIRING OLD TANKS ' by REINFORCED CON ■RETE. All General Plumbing Work .nd Repairs at moderate prices. A. AND J. LAMB, Golden Street (near Main Street) WEST WYALONG S Cut Glass! gj — ^ S REFLECTING gj S TASTE AND '$ | DISCRIMINATION. § ^ 'The exquisite pleasure of posses- $ ; J sing CUT CRYSTAL WARE f. ^ ne\?er diminishes and is onl...

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

H. STEELE IADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Maltland Street (r,»ar Fire Station) WEST WYALONG NEW BAKERY At Tallim% " I WISH to notify the public of Tial Imba and district that I have opened 1 NEW'AN DUP-TO-DATE BAKERY St Talllmba as from Decembsr 3. "fly; Motto: Cleanliness and Civility. U1VU MIS A TRIAL E. J. BICKLE WEST END BAKERY WEST 'WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended t° Deliver Bread in both towns and de- ' liver to all trains and all coaches. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes Civility and Good Service FRASER BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) TO PRESERVE EGGS "■at will POACH. BOIL o^FRTf: THa only renlly perfect Ezt PrMtvvcr j» "OVO." Simple to use (l-AILURE IM POSSIBLE), while "OVO" gives results not obtainable by «ny other means. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Store keeper in tho State can obtain supplies for you through any Wholesale Grocery House in Sydney or Newcastle. Ecss Pu' away In "OVO" turn out perfect and may ba poached, boiled or fr...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANZAC DAY IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT WEST WYALONG Large Assemblage Pays Tribute to Immortal Anzacs. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT WEST WYALONG Large Assemblage Pays Tribute to Immortal Anzacs. . AnzacjiDay.:was ■■ fittingly commemor ated at -West Wyalong on Wednes day, s when a icombined religious, .ser vice ^vaSj'lield.fintlie Rio I-Iall. .There, was a large and representative at 'tendauce oft'both 'town and district 'people 'and t the utmost '.'reverence;; was shown during :tho ; proceedings. '•.v'''Thei:. platform . was draped with Hags, - and : three beautiful . .wreaths r were:,in evidence—one with the word "Anzac" ' inscribe^- across ' the centre being sent by Mrs L. B. Evens, and the, others by Mrs. W. G. Butleiv and Mrs P. II. Stivens. •-.The' Shire ' President (Cr. E. E. Templeman): presided, and with him on the-platform Avere Mr. A./B. Grell-. man ■ (President of the. Returned,' Sol-,; diers and Sailors' - League),- Rev. .: \V. : J. Conran : (Anglican),.,Rev.' ":;B:: ?-'Rp Palmer (Presbyterian);- Rev. G. -.'E; Evans (Methodist), ana Uaptainy Sweeney. (Salvalion Anny).;. , : Cr. ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HALF MOON FOOTBALL DANCE Tuesday, 1st May [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

HALF MOON FOOT BALL DANCE Tuesday, 1st May [ It' is confidently expected - that the' | Half Moon football dance in the Mas [ onic Hall on Tuesday, 1st May, will be one of the greatest successes or the year from-a social as well as a financial point of view. iTbe first dance held in aid-of funds for the Club was held about five weeks ago. On: that occasion, despite a deluge of rain and heavy floods," 60 couples attended and a profit of £8/7 was made. ' I On Tuesday night the; supper will be prepared by the fooUnllem who performed with distinction in a similiar capacity at their social a month ago.. The Club is fortunate in having so many capable chefs. Tho business people of the town are to be complimented on their generosity - In. providing the supper. Their: contribu tions prove that they, have the inter ests of our footballers at heart, and that they played the game in those I good old days of long ago,- when as. boys they filled an oatmeal bag with grass, tied the top, and placed...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE STORY OF GALLIPOLI, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

THE STORY OF GAL LIPOLI, 1915 A copy of the famous book by/John Masefleld will be found by subscrib ers among the books at our Literary Institute. The: story of the wonder ful'exploits of 'our soldiers on' Galli poli ,1s told in most moving!, and il lustrating style. The book should be a prized possession in every fam ily. Extracts appear elsewhere In this. issue;' and should stir the hearts ot children, parents and citizens, and create .in them a desire to read the whole of a narrative written; by one or England's greatest living writers. It is indeed fortunate that such a distinguished writer as John Mase field, having volunteeied to soive with the Red Cross,, should;, have been on the spot to see for himself the long continued heroism of- a body of men whom he regards as. second to none; i that ever went forth to; battle in a I great cause.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FARMERS & SETTLERS West Milby Branch [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

FARMERS & SET TLERS West Milby Branch On Saturday evening, 21st, there was a well represented meeting of Hie WeBt Milby branch oC the Far mers and Settlers Association. • One important motion" passed was "That the Secretary write to the Council 'requesting some action be taken to improve several bad pieces of road in the vicinity. ; In referring to a particularly boggy ipatch of the road from Tullibigeal, be tween Mr. Harley's and Mr. Taylor's, the meeting was strongly . of the opinion that only forming and gravel-: ling would meet the case.. An interjection, "They won't have any trouble to find it," caused several people who had carted super, over it to. smile. a, ■, ) Mr! X Coale moved and Mr. Rees seconded, that the Secretary write to the Postal Departmef& and endeavor to have the Ungarie-Wilga Plains mail service run twice a week and to fol low the road straight north from Un. garie for 18 miles then to turn to wards Wilga Plains, as by this route it serves eight...

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NARADHAN Farmers and Settlers' [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

NARADHAN Farmers and Settlers' (From a correspondant) The annual mice ting of the NarajX han F.S.A. was held on Thursday night at Mr. G. Gladman's residence. Mr. S Gladman (President) occupied die chair, and the following-members were present Messrs.; C. Hams senr. C. and F. Hams, H. Ferguson, 'A. Tudgey, T. Smith, anil V.. Roland, Hon. Sec. The balance sheet for last , year showed a credit balance of £11 It was decided to pay the capitation'^ fee for the ensuing year and bank tho balance in the Commnowealtli havings Dank. The President and Sec retary to act on tho account jointly. JMr. S.. Gladman was unamimbusly re-elected President for tlie ensuing year. Messrs. A. Tudgey, W. Lander and C. Hams Vice Presidents, Messrs C. Hams and T. Smith Auditors' and V. Roland Hon. Secretary and Treas urer. A deal of discussion then arose over the bad stato of the few tratfica'olu roads in, the locality. It was consider ed that the Bland Shire Council wll ifully- neglocted this particular far a...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIFT TO FREEMASONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

GIFT TO FREE MASONS In March last Esther M. Jones, widow, of Lister Avenue, Strathfielcl, died at the age of 76, leaving an es tate of £3973 in trust to! her execu tors for tile Freemasons Benevolent Institution of New South Wales. The income is to be paid each year to the institution, and acknowledged as a donation from the "John and Esther Jones Trust," ' '

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CONDOBOLIN RACES The following nominations have been received for the Condobolin Jockey Club's races on 3rd May:—OPENING. HANDICAP—6 Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

CONDOBOLIN RACES] The following nominations have I been received for the Condobolln Jockey Club's races on 3rd May: — OPENING. HANDICAP—6 Furlongs jCondo Queen, Billy Busliland*: Bo golo, Bondours, Barratta, Bronze Pls eon, Miss Suubury, Duke Isinglass, Amber Jack, Rhone; Penrett, ;Bellaniy; Prince Davidson { .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LACHLAN HANDICAP—6 Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

LACHLAN HANDICAP—6 Furlongs Glad Hand, Anouatity, Wild Lady, Alibi, M^telvell, Garmaid, Condo 13ol), AlphinlstrTop Lad, Moonmau, Clan ti le w, Dick the Devil, 1-I.L.E.

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

IN MEMORIAM LAMONT.—In loving; memory of our darling little \ Cynthia,who ■ departed this life, 25th April, 1922. •—Inserted by her loving, father and mother. ' * , IN MEMORIAM LAMONT.—In fond memory of our dear neice, Cynthia, who passed away on 25th April, 1922. —Inserted by Rose and Les Lamont.

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

"I"'1* A. C. CHANDLER LAND AGENT Formerly of Waggahas transferred his practice to ENDEAVOUR HOUSE, (opposite Lands Dept.) SYDNEY Al) Crown Lands and Closer Settlement matters and negotiations with Land* Dept. attended to. Land Boards throughout the Stnte and Land and Valuation Court attended.

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SEFTON PARK OUTRAGE Suspect Arrested [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

SEFTON PARK OUT ! RAGE ;• | .xm . ———~ Suspect Arrested IGreat excitement prevailed at Gan main on Tuesday ■when it was noticed that a man was, being; escorted by Sergeant ■ Toole, en route to Sydney. The prisoner 1b identical-with a. man wlio was arrested by Sergeant Toole and Constable Finn, of Ganmain, a week or two ,ago. Although the police at Ganmain are reticent, it is rumored that the inau, In .custody is suspected of the Sefton Park outrage; and is being taken to Sydney for further interrogation, j

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