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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
piesi pimtlontf, ^bfrocaie FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1928 " WEDDING BELLS HALL—BEAUMONT On Wednesday, ISth inst., a very pretty wedding "was'solemnised in'St. Barnabas' Church' of England, West Wyalong, by the Rev. W. J. Conran, when Miss' Alma Hall, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and -Mrs. K. -I-Iall, of .Tal limba, and Mr. ■ Sidney Fortesquc Beaumont, of Tallimba, were united in holy matrimony. The Church'"was-" beautifully decor ated for the occasion. St. Barnabas' choir was in attendance, the service being. fully" clioraf. As the bride" entered the Church on the arm of her father, the choir sang "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden,", and as the. bride and ■' bridegroom ap proached the altar "for the second part of the service 'the' choir feelingly ren dered the psalm appointed in the marriage service (Dens Misereatior). During the entrance to the -vestry the hymn, "O, Perfect Love, all Human Thought Transcending," "was sung, while, during 'the' signing of the re gister Mrs. Lebur'ri, of Tallimb...
BEFORE THE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
BEFORE THE COURT' ' On Thursday morning Egan • was brought before the court. .His' left arm was in a sling, due, it is alleged, to several bones being broken in his hand, and.'which, is is. further alleg ed, were caused by a. kick from, the deceased' (Cook). Messrs. A. Enimett and A. B.' Grell man, J's.P., presided. The following charges were prefer-; red against Egan, for" whom Mr. Eng leri. (G. P Evans and Englert) ap peared:— i That he did, on 22nd April, 1928, near Ungarie, maliciously shoot Nor man Cook, with intent to -do him grievous bodily harm. v Alsoi that on 22nd April, 1928,' he did_^elopious!y . a,nd,.n)aJiciously mur der- the said Norman Cook. Subsequently Sergeant - Johnston/ who conducted the prosecution on be half of the police, withdrew the foi mer charge. i . The accused, on the application of the police, was remanded for eight | days. An inquiry will be conducted ,by the Coroner (Dr. E. F. Fisher) at the Court House .on . Monday next, !(Uih inst.
Charge of Murder THE UNGARIE AFFRAY Egan Before the Court Remanded for Eight Days [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
THE UNGARIE AFFRAY Egan Before the Court Remanded for Eight Days In • our last issue -.referencev.; jros(. made to; a serious affrayiwhich>tqpk>. place at the construction camp on the Ungarie-Naradlian railway,.; line, about 12 miles from. Ungarie, late. on. Sunday niglit (22ml inst.), as a.re-, sult' of Avhich a man named Norman, Cook, aged about 35, was in m pre carious condition in: the AVyalong, Dis-r trict Hospital. Subsequently a man named Ed: ward Egan,1 aged 50," wasarrested by., tlie Uugarie- police, and ; on- .Tuesday, he was brought to the West Wyalong lock-up. • ' At the hospital it -was. found.;neces-] sary to operate on Cook, as It, was i found that there were about 40 pel let 'limrks on the body. The opera tion. -was successfully performed by -Dr.*: Shaw on Won day evening, and, for a while, the patient appeared to rally. . ■ Late on Tuesday; evening, how ever, serious symptoms were mani fest. The police .werenotified of, the seriousness of :liis condition, and,...
AUTUMN. HANDICAP—5. Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
AUTUMN. HANDICAP—5. Furlongs Prince 'Sliani, Glad Hand, Anonity, Madalo, Allenbury, Wild: Lady, Alibi, Matriveil, Torrinvcllf Plialeon,. Cnodo Bob; , Alpliinisl, Top Lad, Moonman, Bronze Knight, Gannaid, Diclc The Devil, II.Li;E., Cl.mtilew.
BARMEDMAN CORONER Mr. Dwyer Appointed Mr. Hugh Main, M.L.A., forwards the following:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
BARMEDMAN COR ONER Mr. Dwyer Appointed . Mr. Hugh Main, M.L.A., forwards the following:— Do a.1 - Sir.-rliurreiily.-: to youi' reiiro 'SOiil»;JJustinrelation"to the apiioint iiioii ( .(jf :; M r. Vincent:' Faerie; U'vyor •.as Coroner, Barmedman, I am direct ed by tlie Minister of Justice to in fornr ybuHhat ' His : . Excellency • the Governor^ with the' advice of the Ex ecutive Council,- lias-:boen pleased to appoint Mr. Dwyer lo be Coroner, I3armodmani -and-a; tJoi'inov for. the State ; generally, in : s'lccess'iisn to Mr. McLeotl, resigned —Yours fnllWully, P W .r. Ki^Kl/V Under Seci'itc.1';' l'.ir Jiu?iice.
THE NEW FORD Advance Showing on May 15 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
_l n. THE NEW FORD Advance Showing on May 15 That an advance showing of tho New Ford Cars; will bo m'ade oil May 15th. to May 18tli. inclusive, was an nounced today by Mr. II. C. French, Goneral Manager of Ford Motor Coil; ;pany of Australia Pty. Ltd. Instruc tions have been issued for the pub . lieation of the places of showing through tho advertising • columns or all leading newspapers at a later dale Mr. French' rotors to tho now Ford as "Tho New Car", and makes dras tic claims for its superiority over pre vious standards in the light car Held. He says in part—"This entirely New Car surpasses the accepted standards o flight car accomplishment, sweeps aside all boundaries of prico class, establishes a new standard for accel eration, speed, power and smoothness that heretofore liavo marked only ex pensive cars as fine cars," ; No .announcement of llio price of ;the nowcar is made, but It is expect ed that.a slaLement. relating lo price will coincide with the first: showing of iho p...
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
CHURCH SERVICES :s?r CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish . Wednesday, 2Bth April, S. Marie E.M. (Anzac Day)—7.30 a.m. TI.C. (Requiem). The lionor Roll will-be road and the: departed prayed Tor by name. 11.* a.m. Civic service at tho Rio Hall. . Friday,! 28th April: 7 a.m. II.C. : SUNDAY, . 20th APRIL,:(EASTER.' III) S ■ a.m;v H.G: West. Wyalong.v ,. H a.m.: II.C;: West Wyalong., : ' 3- p.m. Children's . Servicc,- West Wyalong. »-.'7.30yp;m.'Evensong:West Wyalong. ; ..Tho'jiew 'Uisliop ..will-, shortly ivlsIL the parish. .Anyone desiring.,bonflrma tion leprae know as! soon as possible. W. J. Conran, Rector.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
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TENNIS Final of Gents. Doubles Colts Beaten WARRIORS v COLTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928
TENNIS Final of Gents. Doubles Colts Beaten WARRIORS v COLTS When the Handicap Committe maile it known that'there was n draw in the Gent's doubles, and the draw was to be played last SaLurday, all tennis enthusiasts; who had taken part in&lt; the . Easter. tournament interviewed the Secretary to know who were the - lucky , pairs.: When the names of Kaye and Frank versus Shields" and Mc Carten were announced, excitement Tan'.highj during the' week, and".thb match was arranged. for 3. p.-im. sharp on the local tennis-courts. 'TlieiWarriors/leftinothlng to chancer • :and. every, evening from 5: p.m. to ;nlKlitfall ■ they . had rehearsed all tho latest shots, both forehand and back hand ? on.No.'1 tennis court..-. Even Mr. C. Watts, who has returned from his v. holidays/^ was ■■■■"brought in. as a ;consulling.-coach. This gentleman, by the .way;vwas present at all the big ■matches -played in Sydney, where the Frenchmen took part and lie explain ed by ..'means of. a.black boardj ...