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

As the years slip by— Some men provide for their old age, others for their dependents, but there are others who recognise this obligation but let the years slip by without making pro vision. The only safe way to ensure protection is by means of Life Assurance—and the longer you leave it the higher the premium to be paid. For your protection, for your peace of mind, and in the in terests of cconomy take the first step without delay. Talk it over with our represent ative, who will gladly give you the benefit of his expert advice. PRODUCERS&CITIZE NS CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE COY. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. 114-120 CASTLE R.EAGH ST. SYDNEY. Gat^e § ^curacy for your .2 2 Here 13 game-getting ac curacy for. you, in .22 calibre (■ammunition. High scores ;on the targets. Just prove it 'yourself! : Get a few boxes and note the wonderful improvement in your shooting. Lubaloy coated bullets and non-corrosive priming make WESTERN .22 Marks man L.R. cartridges the most accurate obtainable. They kee...

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

FOOTBALL Brogan's Disqualifica tion In regard to the disqualification imposed on \V. Brogan (a reference to which appeared in our last Issue) Mr. E. Callinan, Secretary West Wya iong Rugby League, is in receiiit of the following letter from the Judi ciary, Committee of Group 9, with headquarters at Cootamundni: — "Re player W. H. Brogan, of West Wyalong Club, wo, Messrs W. Archer, W. Flannigan, and E. J. Livermore, members of the Judiciary Committer, have carefully considered the matter on the written evidence before us, and consider player Brogan is guilty of charge (a) in that if lie was being unlawfully dealt with by opiosing players his proper course was to ask his captain to appeal to the referee, (b) There is. no evidence to supporL the charge of abusive language. , (cj Player Brogan admits ho accused the referee of being unfair; lie Is, ihere fore, guilty. "We recommend that Brogan should be made an example of and bo de barred from taking part: in any matches until the 18th o...

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

POSITION OF COACH BROGAN ELECTED At a well attended mooting of the: locaal League on Monday, nlgnt, pre sided over by Mr. H. , Osborne, the mailer of appointing, a coach for the present season was discussed, and fin alised. For the position throe applications were received^ viz.,' vIi. Stewart, "Dutcliy" Anderson, and W. Brogan. It was proposed by Messrs T. Dick enson and J. Kelly that Brogan's ap plication be accepted.. : Proposed by Messrs II. Edwards: and G. Woods that Anderson's appli cation be accepted, ( , ■:> Proposed by Messrs( ^Vood and' Ed wards that Stewart's "application , be accepted. ' * v,^ A ballot, by means Qf^a draw from tho.hat, was then taken, with the re sult that Brogan was; elected to the position by eight votes to six, Ander son securing the latter number. No votes were recorded in l'avor of Stcw art. Brogan was thereupon; elected to the position; ■ I-Iis ■; salary : .has :. been fixed at £(j 10s per woojv., ' '

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOXIOUS WEEDS Report by Inspector Names Referred to Solicitor [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

NOXIOUS WEEDS Report by Inspector : Names Referred to Solicitor • In. liis monthly report to the Bland Shire Council meeting, on Friday Mr. G. Kearns (noxious weeds inspector) stated tliat while a great many land, holders were doing good work in tho way of killing noxious weeds, there were others who were careless in this respect. Patterson's Curse was getting a srong hold In' the Shiro, while Bahurst fiurr and Stickwort were also spreading. It was agreed, on the motion of Crs. Wilson and Gagie, that tlie nam es mentioned in the report he referr ed to the Council's solicitor.'

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

STRAYED J INTO my paddock in August, 192B, Bed Heifer, 2 years old now. Blotch j brand like W on rump, earmarked like W. If not claimed will be sold at | the next■ Ungarie market to pay for grass fees. I H. W. COLLINS. .4 • ' \v J1'. , Ungarie.

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

DRY PICKLE is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (GOO Seeds per Plot} Moderately Bunted (1:1000). Untreated .. .. .. .. ".. Formalin, 1:400, 5 minutes im mersion .. .. .. .... Elucstone, 1 %; min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitrioline, 2oz. per bushel.... Field Germination % 02.3 S5.0 81.3 80.8 02.8 % Bunt 10.5 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost is extremely low. Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. TRIOUNE 0RY PICKLING POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents for N.S.XV. : KEEP, Mc...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEAN FOOTBALL (To the Editor "Advocate" [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

GLEAN FOOTBALL (To the'Editor. "Advocate" ; Sir—I desire-through your columns to compliment Jlr. Dean for the firmi stand taken by . him in the football match last Sunday, Half Moons v. Wyalong, in ordering off two players who were indulging in rough house tactics. The majority of people go to see a good game of football, and whe ntlie game is allowed to develop into a brawl, it is not what the' spec tators desire to see. It would be a good thing for the game if-the Clubs concerned followed up ihe referees decision .and asked- the offenders to •stand down for one or two matches. By doing this^tlio'/public would be as sured ^hat/they, would see clean sport, and'i-would no doubt attend the variousmatches in-greater numbers— ;Yo»rs etc.,

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

SUNDAY'S MATCHES West Wyalong-first.: grade team will' meet Ungarie, 'seniors on ,-ithe iociil ground on Sunday next'in',a frienJiy game. On the - same afternoony the • two local reserve teams will-, engage.: in ■■ ii . i friendly game. ' » Tli following players Iiavo been sol octcd to I represent .West ^-.Wyalong against Ungarie 1 on. .West1.;Wyalong oval on Sunday .'29th, at: 3 , o'clock. ; Backs—D. Wardell, B. King, j'. O'Brien,. D. .Walton, E. Pinnoy,''E. j 'Calllnaji^ Foi wards: B. i Williams, O. O'Donnell, P. Duffy, Bob Whito, II. Pinnoy, IX. White. .. , Reserves, ;to< -bo-:, taken from reser ves team. The following- players have"' been selected '."-to:; ..represent.: Possibles v v: Probables- on,West Wyalong oval; on Sunday.:29th; .jAlI,.playors ; to : be . /or ground not-later : than: 2 o'clock^;' v | Backs, F. Jackson,-Jack Keama, i J. Fennell, Goo King, G. AVoods, A. ■ Pinnoy,■ ■ F. Kearns.V Forwards,- , C Stcplionson, F. Clancy. S.,Shaw. T. Dawson, S. White, D ...

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

HALF MOONS v ARIAH PARK; The Half Moons will journey to Arinh Park on Sunday to meet the reps, from-that centre. Tho team will leave Thorn's corner at 8.30 a.m. sharp. Players are particularly re qupsted to be on time. The follow ing have been chosen to represent Half Moons: Fullback, N. Smith; 3, P. Schofield, W. Stivano, E. Fraser, V. Cooper; five-eighth, J. Pinney; half, D. Anderson; forwards,- K. Townsend, A. Lloyd, L. Carr, R. Ste phenson, R. Norrls, M. Frazev. Re serve: Len Thomas.

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

PRICE OF WHEAT Messrs E. and A. Grellman advise that the price of whoat to-day is 5/ per bushel in silos, « •.

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

TALLIMBA NOTES If any doubt cxisteil about the pop ularity of Miss Alma Hall, it was set at .rest on Friday night; 13tli ins: when- the spacous Public Hall was crowded to its full capacity by her legion of friends. The function, which was arranged: as a' farewell to this; young lady prior to her marriage'took the form: of a: social evening, dancing being . indulged.", in-by-young and old alike. . , ■■ ■. ;■ v. '■ .During, the 'evening, Mr. W. Goss, (who presided)!' called a: halt, - when Messrs. Ay. McClintoclc,. J. D. i.Rose, A: Leslie,:W; 'Leburn, G. H.- William: son, A. E. Carmlcheal and S; J. Ryanhart, bore eloquent testimony to the mauy good qualities of. the guest of/the > evening, particular .'reference being- made ito hor efforts on behalf of' all functions-in' aid. of the Public .'Hall,'.:Country ' Women's Association, Hospital, viind: the Farmers' and Set tlers Ball. ■: 1 Mr. ^Miller, then jpros^n'ied ^Miss ■Hall with a beautiful cabinet, of-stain < less cutl...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRES CONFERENCE Motions by Cr. Wilson [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

SHIRES CONFER ENCE v Motions by Cr. Wilson VWEKIW"! I •' 1— . At the instigation of Cr. G: Wilson, who has been elected to represent the Bland Shire Council at the forth coming Shire's conference to. be held in Sydney, the following, motions,'mov ed by.hirfiat the last Council meeting were ordered to be forwarded to Con .ference:— , . ,1-^That 'the ' Minister for Agricul ture ; be invited to-address conference ion-.the .subjectrof the control of nox ious weeds. ' ■ ui 'J2—rThat : this -Conference recom "mepds the necessity 'ior co-ordina ■tiondn the generating and of electric ity, :an~d; that the Government be ur ged to support; a-'CimmisBion to ad minister and conti'ol same: ; .3—That the Executive be asked to thoroughly investigate the question >o£ greater- powers' fob the Local Gov erning, bodies, and indicate to the Minister the value • of the power re quired - 4—That the Government be urged to .simplify the law in regard to pro ceedings against people who' fall to destroy no...

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

SECURITY What is the vital factor in choosing a Life office? Security! The absolute assurance beyond pos sible doubt that the Com pany you select will keep faith. In this light consider the cre dentials of the Producers and Citizens. First consider the financial strength, astonish ing progress, and nation wide popularity of the Com pany. Then remember that the Producers and Ci tizens is linked with the largest and most influential co-operative bodies in the Common wealth. Here is stability beyond question—a stability that for you means complete security. 1 *^£he PRODUCERStfCITJZENS CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE COY. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. 114*120 CASTLE REACH ST. SYDNEY. Have You SERVED "G6\Tra" LEMON KNOTTED with Pan-cake», instead of the. old •tylf Lemon Juice and Sugar or 1 loncy. . The Change .will pleaoeyou —but, 11 Cow's' Lemon Butter represents t distinct standard .of its own, do not hurt your good taate by taking Lemon Butter modo by anyone. Intiet ob " Gow'a " at the counter and "be re...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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EMPIRE DAY Arrangements for Picnic Bag System Rejected [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

EMPIRE DAY Arrangements for Picnic Bag- System Rejected There was an unusua'r.'y large at tendance at the locsjl Parents and Citizens' Association meeting on Mon day1 evening, over which the Presi dent (Mr. H. ;Fraser) .presided. There were also present: Messrs. VV. A. Buttenshaw, T. E. Deaiv J. Frank, A. B. Grellman, S. R. Marsh man, F. Baker, D. A. Gagle, H. Kaye, Revs. G. E. Evans and R. 13. Palmer, Captain Sweeney/ , Mesdames Baker and Kaye, the Misses Barnes and Lane, and the/Secretary (Harold I-Iel yar). ■ The President ,at the outset, ex tended a hearty welcome, to the As sociation and town, to Rov. G. Evans, successor to the Rev. W. II. Butler. I-Ie felt sure the newcomer would prove a worthy successor to Rev. But ler, and would give the Association ihe same hearty support us his pre;, ducessor. Rev. Evans: thanked the iieslJont for the words - at wcicome./; Tko••town, lie had just came from was not . so. lively as.West Wyaloug, and; it might, take him some little'time '.o: ...

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

MAOTY N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and Cold Water in every Room Magnificent Ballroom. Golf Links Bowling Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer . Tariff from 25/- per day. Children Half Rates. Special . Tariff for period of one month or longer. Telephone: Manly 829, 830, 831. There are 10 Reasons WHY CHRYSLER is the only Car to hold at the one time All Australian Inters!ale Capital City Rerords Australasian 21-IIour Record 1000 Mile, 500 Mile and 100 Mile Track IJecords New Zealand Principal Koud Kceords Also— ■4 Innumerable Wins in Reliability Contests and Hill Climbs held by ** Automobile Clubs of the various States. 1. POWER, because power is neces sary to develop and maintain high speed. 2. ACCELERATION, because such a car must- have quick "getaway" and "pickup." 3. CORRECT DESIGN, because only such a motor will remain cool and properly lubricated at maximum speeds. 4. MANUFACTURING PRECI SION, because sustained high speeds call for greate...

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RABBIT SKINS DEARER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

RABBIT SKINS DEARER Winchcombe, Carbon Ltd, report:—. Iliibbit'skin sales were held on Tues day vtliis week. Offerings totalled 84 Jons; Competition 'was keen values generally showing an advance of Id. per lb. autumn and'Incomings display ing a greater rise. Incomings made to GSd. per lb, autumns to 5Gd., racku 41d. to 42d„ second pelty to 5!)o\ third pelty to 46d., 31 J., to 42d., sec and petty to 5!id., Icittens and smalls 27d., to 3Sd. damaged 27d. to 4Id. and greasy to 27d. to 45. Best hare slrins realised !)/ id 11/ per dozen, seconds 5/6 to 7/6 »nd Interior to 1/9. Host fox hklns realised to 16/ eapli.

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

rAKE YOUR SKINS, HIDES, AND FURS TO J. J. GORMAN WEST WYALONG CASH BUYER. TOP PRICES DUFFY BROS, .AGEHT8 FOR MITCHELL- & CO, S.J. Plows, Combines, Harrows, uie Cultivators, Disc Plows, Big E Has vaster, Seed Grader, Bagshaw Chal cutters, Smith's Chaffcuttera, Equals lng Yokes, Her ders, Sawbencii^a, Scarifiers, etc. Good Supply of Dupli cates on band. Buuge & Co., Wheat Buyers Sydney Fire Office, Insurance' PHONE 12 HASSALL BROS. ' WEETHALLE We are Cash Buyers of ■ WOOL, SKINS, HIDES & TALLOW HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN RING IS TV EETHAJjLE (COPPER OXY CHLORIDE) Guaranteed . 65-57% Actual Copper The Dry Pickle for Prevention of Smut in Wheat Ensures Clean Crops ajM Bigg-er Yields j J NOTHING^ELSE' . Price 1/8 lb f.o.K Melbourne or Sydney. Discount \ Ton 5%. 1 Ton 10%. ALL AGENTS AND STOREKEEPERS COLLINS HOUSE, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE FAT STOCK, PIGS and CALVES CONSIGN TO New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company Limited! Sydney You will have the advantage of ...

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

" costuy'rlugs ,.7 v : Inevitably there.-is a; certaindegree ot carbonisation o£ the <;entrnl insu, lating cor;e of the plug, aijil 'a.s,;D)pst, of us know, carbon is a fairly goofl conductor., of electri.city. It follows; therefore, that the greater, am.ount of carbon deposit which forms. on. the iii, sulating cover of the plug, the greater, tlie tendency, for the current to. short circuit and leak away through this layer of carbon rather than jump across the gap of the plug. We must, therefore, see that the cores o£ the plugs are kept reasonably clean. Man/ plugs may lie dissembled for cleaning purposes in which case it is simple to remove the carbon, whilst with other plugs, which cannot lie taken apart, it is possible ttf scrape off .a good ileal of the T.rbon from time to timte. One should however , Kuard against chipping of porcelain, for it tlie glaze Is removed, the tendency towards the formation of carbon do posits is much more rapid, and the whole substance of t...

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

R ESTORI NO? A KE BAN D§ ; '.Brakes- that-'squeak ar^ not^hftces» ; arlly, iiV'Deed' of• relining'and' ciii^ bi? Removed."by scrubbing,' the • ilnjjng with potrol oi:;:!t'ex;o^ehe|'and a. wire, brush. However; some,, brake' lining, which ttiave been neglected for a long tlmo and" consqugntly the., surface ;glaz<3d. and impregnated vjilh grit, cannot , be thoroughly cleaij^d, in this way,, and, it is necj3ssai;y. to, apply dressing. A large, service station uses a mixturij, of powdered resia and castor,.oil-with, satisfactory, results. T^he rivet liQaci.a ■ holding the lining should be , belo\^ the surface so, t,hat theyi wijl, _ eol, touch the drum. It may be, necess.ai;y;; to iise ,a nu'ich and Uamnier to set . the rivets.,baglc. If new rivets-are. need, •ed use' only copper: or'alta!nlum:riv ,ets. ■ ■ ; ' . , . .' '■ ;i

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RACING A COLD ENGINE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

RACING A COLD ENGINE* One otten hears drivers—and quite frequently - experienced drivers . who' shouldiknow fetter—-racing their-en gines, up to -.-ward-••them' -immediately they are -started; from . cold-.- ^Kahiil wear of - bearin'gs'Hs 'the .; result,-.-rfbr, the oil, is-not-'given a-chance jto'cir culate 'properly: The good'driver;lets his engine- tick-overhand -warnr' up gradually. -'Another -tip - iii 'this.-direc tion is to'.Iet- the' engine .warm itseir for a while - and lUhbnr stop ■ it1 for. a: few minutes, 'the'n','if. the carburettor is felt it'way be'.foilnd to be icy "'cold duo to :the' heat'; absorbed by- vapipra - tion of the. fuel: When stopped, the' heat from'th'e water-jaclcets wiil soak into the carburettor, .and far bettei; fuel /economy as' VeH-'as increased ppwer, will-result; '■ .

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