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MOTORS AND MOTORING VALUE OF WHEEL PULLER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

vVALUE OF WHEEL PULLER' A. wheel puller should be part of the equipment of every Ford' owner, as a pjiller is necessary for the rc placement, of rear hub brake shoes and other -rear axle repairs. Some wheel pullers are of the screw type, resembling a heavy wheel hub cap. To operate screw the puller all the' way on the hub, and tighten the clamping bolt on tile side of the puller secure ly. Otherwise the hub threads are apt to be stripped^ Tr.ru the screw down snugly against the end of the axle shaft and then give the screw a sharp rap with a fairly heavy ham mer. Tighten screw and rap again, re peating the process until the wheel is loosened. If a wheel can be pulled off the axle shaft without using a wheel puller, then this,is conclusive evidence that the v/lieel was not o:-. as tiglitly as it should have been. Per haps the mlochanie. who installed the wheel the first time was negligent In his work or else the axle shaft nuts may not have received the regu lar inspection and adjust...

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

Share Too V Increasingly better programmes are being broadcast {or your entertainment. l^our ou;n armchair and one or other of the 1 Superior Radio Sets I sold here u>ill bring to you the uervj pick of all morth S hearing. IDhy not haue a look ouer them noiu ? I WEST WYALONQ, N.S.W. j %iniiiii!iiiiiniillll'lll'llllllllllllUllllUlliniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii lllllllllll#111®1111^ V West Wy along" ,# LES. BUTLER, PROPRIETOR The METROPOLITAN lias earned ii 1-Iigli Reputation Tor Catering for Travellers and the Local Public, and uuder the present manage ment will continue to deserve the confidence and support hitherto accorded. Uetached and ComrnodioMS Brick Sample Rooms and Cottage Accommodation. Ample Stabling and Yard Room. Regular Motor Car Service to and from Railway Station. Always a Buyer of Eg*;a anri Poull ry tr"QKF. No. 99 T It Sounds Strange, but it is True. We are issuing COUPONS with every RECORD sold. When you have saved EIGHT coupons pre sent to us and receive a record FREE....

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

. Ss#y Right there < i "*&■ is Most Traction <- ON ANY Balloon Tyre When we put the NEW. Goodyear Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "G oodyear's Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather ' Tread—the famous old ® A 11-Weather re designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. ; gi at;.*" TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goodyear's Greatest ,Tyre." You get safety, too; and long, slow even tread wear; quiet, smooth running; good looks and irouble-proof mileage^ $x--. , g, M Come In an3 let us show you this tyre 1 1 A. LINDNER, PHONE 67. 'WEST WYALONG CZIUI' HE McCormiclc-Deertng Cultivator-Drill is a one-man machine which cultivates and drills at the same time. It can also be used separately as a cultivator or as a drill. It has two separate and independent sets of floats which permit of the cultivating and sowing depths being regulated at will. This practical, well-designed machine is made in various sizes and can be equipped w...

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

The following.'lesson, adapted from a fine book. by John Maseficid, was ( given to the Secondary pupils at the i West Wyalong: District School in con I liecti'o'n ^vitli ' the • Anzac vcelebfa{icm I tills week:— ]

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANZAC DAY 25th APRIL THE LANDING AT GALLIPOLI [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

ANZAC DAY 2~5th APRIL THE LANDING AT. GALLIPOU -- Those wlio wisli - to. imagine .the scene must think■. ofr20 .miles- of -any'. rtra'gli arid steep" sea', coast'known to; thcrni, picturtg it,asva" roadless,' water less, much broken, with i gullies, scovoi< ed; with scrub, sandy,' loose,' arid dif ficult to walls. ■ on,'- nnd without more than t\yo miles of) accessible landing throughout^. its,length. Let them pic ture this familiar 20 miles as domina ted at intervals by three hills larger , than the hills about the in—the north hill '"a peak;r. the centre a rldgo or plateau; and • the south hill a lump. Then let them, imagine the hills en trenched, the landing mixed, the beaches tangled with: barbed wire ranged by howitzers, and swept bj machine guns, and themselves 10,000. miles, from home, going out before dawn, with:rifles,: packs, and water bottles to pass the mines under shell fire, - cut through / the wire under machine gun fire; clamber up the -hill "under the fir...

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

THE DEPARTUR'E<>'.FR6M•; LEMNOS | The ^British'-^and '."Australian sol I tliers had been collected at . Mudros Bay, on'the; small-Island-of Lemnos; i a- few ,miles away from- Gallipoli, 1111 order to > prepare' for the landing on the Peninsula , ■ Another treason: foiv delay was -the need tor'the most minute • preparation. Many armies: liavo'been-landed from boats from^the'tune of Pharoah's. in vasion of ; Punt until the present; but no men, not even Caesar's, army of invasion m Britlan, have had to land nuan enemy's• country with such a prospect' ; of difficulty before them. - They were going to land oni.a foodless : cliff, -five hun dred miles from a store, in a placc and at . a; season in which - the sea's rising might cut- them from supply. They had to take with them . all Ihingsr—^munitions, guns, entrenching tools, sandbags, provisions, clothes, medical' stores, hospital equip ment, ... mules, horses,.' fodder, even : ..water . to drink, lor the landi produced...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW THEY LANDED ON THE PENINSULA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

-HOW THfeY'LANDED ONKTHE PENINSULA As the boats drew near tile shore; every gun on GabV Tepe-took ■ thenr. in flank, and the snipers concentra ted on them from ashore. More and' more Turks were crossing , up: at , the double to stop the attack-up";the)hill.' The fighting in the scrub ;grew fier cer; shells burst .contiually.yon.tho beach, boats wero' sunk. 'nien ■ were killed in the water; Tlie .boatman'and the bench—working par lie's wereUhe unsung heroes of that landing. The boatmen came in with the to\vs under i Aire, waited for them under InWnse /and ' .. concentrated i fire of every kind until .they were unloaded and then shoved , off,, and put slowly back for morei and then came back again. The beach parties, were wading to and from that shell 'smitten be.iich,) all day unloading' carrying ashore, and sorting the mun il ions and necessaries for many tlious ands of men. They worked in a strip of beach and sea- some !>00. yards long by 40 broad, and the fire directed on that ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ADVANCE ON 8th MAY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

THE. ADVANCE ON 8th MAY What can be said ot that advance? The Fninch were on the right,' the 29th Division .oil the left, some Australians and , New Zealanders (brought down from Anzac) in sup port. It was their thirteenth day of continual battle, and who win ever write the story, of even one half-hour ol -that loth day? Who will ever know one hundredth part of the deeds of.'heroism'done in them, by platoons, and sections, and private soldiers who. offered.. their lives without a! thought to help some other-~part of the Uii'3, yho wenL out (o cut wire, or iii'jjgllt up water and ammunition or chfjere'd: up sonit: bleoauig rvmiiant of a regimenif, haling on thai hill of death, and kept their faces to -"tne shrapnel and <■ the never-ceasing pelt of bullets as long as they had stren gth to go, and light to see? , They brought the Mine forward trom a quarter of. a.: mile to ,600 yards far ther into. the. Peninsula; they. dug in after dark on the line they had won, and for the...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORK OF THE NAVY AND THE RESULTS OF GALLIPOLI [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

, .a >r;■ i sii-i-njijsm the 'Ivork;of the navy, and the results of gallipoui Some of ouivQiieimes have .saiil- that "the"'campaign-.was a (letpat. ol. Uic It'ntish Navy.V;- It is true that wo lost two capital, ships 'from mines, in the early, part of the campaign,, ancl two .others from torpedoes. . Such loss is not very serious 111 eleven months of naval war.j For the campaign was a naval )var; it- depen'ded on' the power of the |iiavy.- By our navy - we went, there, and were .kept: there, and by our navy .we: came.'away. During the nine months of our; hold on the Peninsula; . over 300,000 .'men . were brought by the / navy from places three, four, and ;e veil six thousand miles -away. -Every day,- during the operations;; ships of our. navy moved up and down the Gallipoli coast, bom •barding. the. Turkish: positions..:■ Every day, during the operations, our navy kept our armies in food, drinlc .and supplies. Every day, in all that time, if weather permitted, ships of the navy c...

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

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

A 6 Valve Superheterodyne Broadcast Receiver. Housed in high grade Cabinet' and entirely complete with a 11 accessories, including Amplion Loud Speaker - - £45 Terms—£9 Deposit and small monthly payment's* . The world's foremost engineers n^ree that .the Super heterodyne Principle as incorporated. in the Radiola is one of the greatest inventions in broadcast receivers.: A special feature of the Radiola is that the ultra-scnsitive receiver unit-is sealed in a compact ? metal cataconib'or container which after assembly is filled* with lhsulafmg 3 compound which permanently protects; rhei components frorrij damage, interference or variation. Neither du^t. oof damp can enter the. catocomb. The Radiola incorporates $uperl(tfti,ve degree all'the essentials for efficient broadcast reception. : : p\ Hedr it Demonstrated d(;■■■ ■' 1 F. Eo Starr & Co. Authorised Radiola Dealer for Araalgamat^||Wireless CSCiltOIl So many people know the efficacy of that over 1,000,000 bottles of this m...

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SHIRE COUNCIL Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

SHIRE COUNCIL Monthly Meeting At tile ordinary meeting of , the Bland Shire Council, held on Friday, 'the following wore in 'attendance Crs. Templeman (President); 'Wilson, McClinlock, Gagie, 'and PenTold.- .An apology • was received from Cr.:. Hol land. A lengthy letter was .received from the lleV. Hi T.'j Genge . drawing, atten-. tion to the water cutting? away . the land surrounding the Chuch o£ Eng land at Uiigarie. It was decided 'Umt.! the Engineer make: an inspection1'with' a'view'to 'ef-' feeling the 'necessary 'repairs'. • ■ ' The Secretary of the 'LiteraryIn stitute, Barmedman, 'wrote 'asking Cor, subsidy for the Institute. ■■ This was granted, on the. motion of Crs. McCliiitock. and Gagie; ■ v It was agreed to .obtain a quote for a contrete. mixer. for the. Shire. Mr. T. Robinson; was granted per 'missioti to erect a petrol pump in front of his residence,, Railway St.,' Weethalie. ' f ' Mr. C. E. Croaker wrote stating that the. creek leading to': lifsTplace I wa# 111 a ve...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OBITUARY MR. G. BOARUMAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 April 1928

OBITUARY MR. G. BOARDMAN   The death occurred at Weethalle on the 17th inst. of Mr George Boardman (son of Mr J. Boardman of that town)   Deceased, who was 32 years of age, has been fanning in the Barellan district for a number of years, but recently went to Sydney for the ben- efit of his health. His father brought him from Sydney to Weethalle by car on the 17th inst., arriving at 2   p.m., but the unfortunate young man died at 8.45 p.m. the same day. The cause of death was heart affection. He is survived by a widow and   three children. The remains were in- terred in the Church of England por- tion of the Ganmain cemetery.

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DISTRICT SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

DISTRICT SHEEP j A fall,of 1/- to 3/- was noticea1>lo in sheep rates at ■ Homebitsh ■ last Thursday.; (Values for • lambs iworo maintained. - Supplies' totalled , 30,000 head. District' offerings at Winch-, combe Carson's sale included ■ 98 wetliers . from (Mr. ,T.Kelly; Bar.ni'od man •Hvhi'oHi inade vto 31/1 ^avejraglS# 30/4. " I )

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MOTHER'S DAY 13th May, 1928 (To the Editor "Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

MOTHER'S DAY I 13th May, 1928 V; (To . (.lie Editor "Advocate") Dear Sir,—The colebriitioii of Mo ther's Pay (second Sunday in May) was '.Inaugurated: by.-Miss Anna Jervis ovpr 20 years ago, and the movement has grown and is now recognised in all parts, of the Empire. "Mother's Day", makes ,an appeal which sur mounts'. all boundaries, banishes all bitterness,;and rises abovo all creeds, for a mother can be worshipped by the, whole: world in unison. ! This year it has a particular signi ficance; .being the ;opening day for a State-.wide appeal for (he Women's Hospital,- Crown Street, Sydney—that haven to which .many thousands of mothers have turned in their hour of need. Knowing the practical interest.ytfu have shown for Lho. welfare of others, I am taking the liberty of asking if you could see your way to publish this appeal in your columns, in the hope that, seme of your, readers may wish to lionr their mothers by send ing. a donation to the hospital to help less fortunate mothers....

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GOOD QUALITY FATS Young Ewes in Demand [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

gooi); ^u^lity;fats Young Ewes in Demand The Wagga Associated Selling Ag ents report, a total,yarding •o*!-13i072. sheep at the sale held .in the Municip al .Saleyards on;the 2Gih inst., com prising 2,613 fats and 10,439 storps; The fats ,penned were of good av-. erase ciuality, being the best general yarding for some Hme. AH sections; were represented, but lambs were pro dominate. Keen competition was ex perienced throughout and values roso from 1/0 to' 2/G on last sale, and re mained; firm to the. close. Best weth ers sold to 33/10, quality ev.'es to 33/1 and prime lambs to 2S/10. The stores yarded wore mostly of good quality,', there being very few ag ed or-plain she-op present. The sale throughout was good, . buyers cpera. tlns fi-eely. tor all classos. Young ewesr were in specially good demand. Val ues rose from 1/ to 3/ on last day's .'rates, ■ ■■ . '■ ■ ■, " Buyers were present from Albitry, Yanco, Gundagai. Temora, Betliungra, Lockhart, Junee an(].-surrounding dis tricts. Qu...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FOOTBALL CUP Presented by Mr. Wailder [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

FOOTBALL CUP Presented by Mr. Wailder Quite tlio mtost handsome trophy yet presented to the-Burmedman Itiifj by League Football . ..Club is that which lias been donated by .Mr, C, E. Wallder, the well known auctioneer, (r.ays, the "Broadcaster"') ..The, trophy is now on viow at tlio shop of Mi:, J..:; Morgan, Chemist.' Tho -^up is. a masr sive one of excellent xlesign and-pro.-, portions, and no doubt^IU ,be:, the means of promoting, spirited contests throughout the season.- Mr. "W^lldor is to he complimented on his hand some gift on which our: local playora and public arc very proud. .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

'■■i"'"1' ' ' ' i.m yM -ENSURE SATISFACTION BY CONSIGNING TG>:— The Coponwealtb Wool and Produce Co., Ltd.. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Plo» Calves, ^kins, Hid*"* V \ ~ ■ Consignments receive personal supervision and are on»y okuuiou ny : . • experts. Same attention given to email consignments as well as large om.'B. Prompt attention Liberal advances It required Help the Company to extend Its past policy of' vigorous, pro-; ■ greislve 'development along sound lines, maintaining ltn present principle o£ refunding part commissions based, on protlLa for : any given year. , , ' OVER £34,500 rfe'iuruuu to clients; WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS' : Oh. NOT during the past four years - -- • ^ Department unaer direct personal supervision of tbe General , Manager . - . . ' dtock Department, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W.,,Maiden , Address: 3 Bent Street ^"flney. MESSRS. C. E. WAI.LDER «■ w.0,, LOCAL .itrflATIVES WHEN the tread of your tyres wears through remember that the body of. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

> ,LOST. , SPARE , Wheel and Tyre 5 oft Dodgo Truck. Howard. ( , , WILD AND MASON , '' Builders. , v.*- ■1 »"i ■. •

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A VALANCHE! Hotel Demolished Many Believed Dead Milan... [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

fl^VALANCHEr ■■■ Hotel Demolished !'■ Many Believed Dead Milan... An avalanche demolished the cele jbratedv Franzenhoe Motel below tho St. Ellvio Pass. /Although there were no Guests In the hotol, it is believed that the army of workmen who were preparing tho building; lor (he coming tourist seas on ara annihilated. llehvv snow is delaying n rescue partfc' which js proceeding to tho accno on sides. SHOO DAM AC, 13 ...... ; '1 ho Cabinet making tactory • ■of Messrs. Callow Hros. at Ronnstreet Arnclillu. w»s totally /detroyed. by; fire vesterday afternoon The damage was: "estimated last night at £300

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