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Hospital Sunday (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
Hospiii J. Sunday (To Lii • E'licor.) Sir,—By dine Ion of the committee of the Wyalon«:n;i 1 Dis'riut Hospital, [ have to tender their sincere thinks to all tho3i.' w11o si) kind!}' assisted in bringing the leuent Hospital find.Sun day deinoustiiilimi to such a successful isjue. The members of the different lodges, the A. M. Association, Bicycle o ubs, Wyiiioiiy and West Wyalonji bauds, and especially the ladies (who assisted in the collection) deserve es pecial credit fur the manner in which they turned out-on Sunday. ] am sure lh-it such u si&lt;jht was never witnessed in Wyalong before, and it reflects credit on the people' of the district, and also ^oes to show that everyone has the welfare of the institu tion at heart. J am, yours faithfullv, VICTOR G. MANNING, Secretary. West Wyalong, May 3, 1901.
Wealeyan Services. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
Wealeyan Pervicas. MAY. 6th West Wya1on&lt;* 11 ; Mount View 3 j Wyalonj^ 7, 0. G• Walkom. West Wyalnng 7, O- T- Cook-. Wamboyne 3, J. Woods. 12thBenall; Hiawatha 3,30; WesfcWya Joncr 7> 0. Q. Walkom- Wyalons 7, c. r. cook-. 19th Wust Wvalony 11; Milrja 3 ; Wya lon* 7. C. G- Walkoiu. W«afc Wynlong 7, C. T. Oook. Wamboyno 3, 0- Woods 27th Waiuboyuo 11; Wust Wyalong 7, C G- Walkom. Wyaloni? 7, 0. T. Cook Marriages nrc solonmisud and other rites of the Church administered by the Circuit Minister. All seats free. All are welcome. C G Walkom
The Revenge of the Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
Tlie Revenge of tlie "• Australians. 'JClie "Sunday Times," in speaking •of. .the wreaking ot tho newspaper ■crfice'frt Ciipefown Ijy tho-Austrnlians, 8a)S :—-We 'heartily congratulate th&lt; Australians. The "South African News" is the wretched publication that was 11 'lowed altogether too long a Jifo in" Suuth Africa. In any other scouptiy under the British flag, unci under simitar circumstances,, it would ■ have been suppressed long since. It' has • disseminated lies of oil kinds about.the-British forces, and only lust week- its editor war sentenced to. 12 months' imprisonment for a-'lihol' on Lord Kitchener. As to 'the--special complaint of the Australians, it is within the knowledge of most people that they have been similarly villified much nearer home, although : iheir diitinctors have lately sought. 10 clear th'i>'n;.selves by " crawfishing." Perhaps tie Capetown incident will prompt a complete change of front.
A Record of the M. L A's Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
A Record of the M. A's Progress. The people of this country take a pardonable pride in fcho progress and prosperity of what may be termed purely Australian institutions. There is no necessity for always looking afar for success when we command it with in our own sea shores. These remarks tirB induced by an examination of the 32nd annual' report of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia, familiarly known as the M.L.A., which has just been presented to policy holders and the genera! public. In every essential of sound .progress the record of the past twelve months is gratifying. Carefully and economically managed, with funds wisely invested, the M. L. A. presents to ail who take the trou ble to investigate a striking illustra tion of the wisdom and safety of life assurance in an Australian office. Last year opened a now quinquenium. New business had been dealt with by the Directors under 3239 proposals for £828,'125 17s. New premiums (in cluding consideration for the annuities gra...
Slave Raiders. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
Slave Kralciers. ' Brigadier-General Sir P. J. D. Lu gard recently despatched Lieutenant Colonel G. V. Kemlmll with 400 men of the West African frontier force .against the Emirs of Kontngora and.; .Bida, who were two of Cho strongest.: slave ruirlers in Northern Nigeria. The Emirs rnnde a stand at Konta gora, outside of which 5000 natives desperately fought- Lieutenant-Colonel ICemhall, repeatedly charging to within, ihirt.y ynids of tho maxims. Ultimately the Emirs were routed •with heavy loss, and the British occu pied the Inrge cities of Konta^nra and Bidu.- LieutQnant-Golpiiel vKenihull; , garrisoned the cities, ithd installed new rulei s. ' • 'The loss of the British was nomi nal. One thousnnd s.aves were re-' lenscd.
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
THE /Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901. Within a few weeks, Australia will be swept by a tide of titles. The "heir apparent to the Throne is the bearer of Knighthoods of low and high degree, from the gorgeous G.C.M.G. to the common Kfc. Then he carries O.B.'s, C.M.G.'s, and other marks and signs too numerous to be catalogued. The question is—ho.w does the general public regard this great temptation ih the way of titles 1 A few years ago, if: yras fashionable to sneer at titles and snarl at title seekers.. To accept " a mark of Royal favor" as it was termed, was to run the risk of popular ruin if the decorated happened to be a public man. la this ihe condition of the multitudinous'mind to-day? Pro bably, not. Tiie growth of militarism, the distrust of canting and'ranting to emogogvi'.m, the hatred of I ho British on the continent of "Europe, the bril • Iiancy of the Victorian era just closet!,' the: enthusi-tsnv evoked by the contin tingonta, the Imperial Idea! developed by (L ...
Rugly Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
7 O. M. GALLOWAY.] How maty ,y people are there in tho colony—ey specially in the country dis tricts—w/ !1() d0 not appreciate the "nine ''i I Rugby football on account of its I'ouj/^imeas ? I will leave tho: answerir ng of this' question to the Minders i themselves. Tliu cry against Rngb.'/,-is most strongly heard in our countyry districts—mid why ? Simply becayiae these country clubs never have tht?'/privileges of tin; city man to see the/game- played in a scientific way. Qo/untry tennis play from one st'/ason to the o her, year ■ after year, ft/nc, are very seldo n any more advanced •'i/n the laws (which is science) of the /game than when the.y kicked the first 'football—and whi>t' they had learned wns taught by ,-themselves. >• There should be no roughness in t-'iie eame, and Rugby football was/,','ot invented for the purpose of a /;cron^ team to try and break tho ivecks of, or other wise injure, thol^ weak opponents no; certainlj^/Tiot. It was invented with good u^otives—...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
"Good Winu needs no bush." Bui it cannot bt: too often pointed out that whou you go to tho city thcro is one place—now recognised na onoofthe •' sights of tho city,' tluit 110 "matter 'how often you liavo boon before, you should visit again—that is tho Gydo' rama, for constant changes are ' being mado to meet ttio public demand. The latest addition is 1111 excellent up to dftte.Lninioro Cinciu»to&lt;;iapho, with' a ■number of inturostiiiij and htimotous films. The hull-fight ' nloiio is worth the modest shilling that admits the visitor to tho Oyclorauvi and tho host of side shows, which h-ivo recently been added to this popular plajjo of pastime and profit.* Plough Shares makes, and all Massoy Ha ris cultivator- parts in stock. II. -fciOU
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 4 May 1901
Nervousness and Genera! Debility. Strfferecl ©moyggfo to fereak ■ ;&§w CorastStwtloj®."-; : • l Jtoairpr T.l:i©'r©ugh il©st#ra,tI©b3 The Case of MRS. FR&P-JCE&'"STARR (By. A Srl-X'IAt,.) ' - . ' Our representative called upon. Mrs. Frances Starr, oi 20o Victoria- Street Nor;!;, BarHri^hursi-, for the 'purpose of-iiscorlaining tKo partifciUsvs con;:crrii'.ig iier recovery irum a»: distressing of"..nervousness and general debuity,' ar.d upon. -erfplMntag the naturo of hiserraud wus cordially. invited to talio a scc.t, - ■ : .. : ■ To.v.'luit c.r.uo do you ' r^-.ign tlie com mencement of yourfesfforiugt-"' cafnnred the reporter. "Wei!, Ihmst tell you t'.:.it somo years • ago I contracted an internal eor^'ahit width caused iho to. undergo medical treatment-, and the pain'I endured at that time was enough' to- break down any woman's . con stitution for life. When: the doetoro had done all they could for mo .1 was too weak to do anything, and as I havo always been ...
A Mania for Sulkies. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
A Martia for Sulkies: John Peckhani was committed for trial at MolongJasfc \vee'&lt; on a charge of .sioiling a horso unci sulky near Oura'aouk-.--. In reporting the case, the Molong -* Express' says Accused was further charged with stealing one bay mare at Orange. 011 the lOtli April, the property of MatiiP" Caldwell, on which cliargo he Was remanded to Orange. Hi was also chu-god with stealing one b ack mare, the property of" J. L. Lynch, at Dubbo, and re manded to Dubbo to be dealt with. He was also charged with larceny as'a bailee of one sulky, the property ot Henry Berry, of Grenfell;' and remanded to Grenfell to be dealt with.
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
OOTJBAJLiij VHjASflaES. [by " schum."] Wet weather in Sydney last week— so no football, x • X X" The Temora " Independent" snys there'-will be no Sfe'nior teatn there this year Will the one team pliiy under the cognomen of Juniors 1 X x x I nm informed that the Temora lads are bulking abouc their trip to Wyalong }'et—and are anxious for another. Good." x x x ; Could not a match be arranged between Wyalong and Cootamundra ! at Teuiora or Barmedman p x, x- x The Senior's football social was -a great success on Friday night;—over £4 taken at the door. x- x x 2STo one got in for nothing—they had the door guarded by a Gunn ! x x x ' , They had au'f-mbleni of the cross bones and skull for decorations— several guernseys and a football ! ! x x 1 x | The Juuior team contemplate hold tic; a grand social on the 24th May. Nothing like energy—and money. i X' x . x ' " ' ■ j The local Juniors and Spniors had a rattling good "go" on S—; , (it I seems like a dream), and the Juniors proved to be the...
Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
Otto Cribb, wIki • left 'Sydney for America foms months hick, in his second v fi^ht with Ohar'es Thurston had (Ik; \erdict given against, him after 20 rounds of such furious lighting us havo i'ni elv been seen in San Francisco. Up to the fifteenth round il was cither man's fight., but Cribb was seen to weaken after the fifteenth round. lie fought very pUickil}', and hung out till the last—so lie need not bo ashamed of his exhibition. ■ It is reported that Gribb is home sick, and is likely to arrive here -by any incoming boat. Tim Ilegarty, the Australian crack light, weight, will sail for America on •'Wednesday. As I mentioned in last week's notes, Tun is to box Terrible Terry McGovern at San Francisco. A few niylits ago at the Sydney Giriety Athletic Hull Tim was to be seen wearing the colors which lie will sport on, the night of his light with McGovern,-viz., silk shsIi, red, white and bhie ;in color, and the kangaroo and emu centre: ■ The American pugilist, John L. Sullivan, who ...
[?]ing. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
ia-OWiiiJ. Mr. fMiciU- Gollnn (owner ot Aus tralian S'.ar and other noted .horses in England) is a .sportsiumi of ' all-round celebrity. Tn lidin,:; or rowing circles Jiis name is tmo to co:juro with." The cabins- i■ 11'&lt;>r11■ us (hit G''or«o Towns (tlio Mail hud siuilltsr), Mr. S. Colian ii'ul Tor.) oirlJivan (lato of Sydney) vowed from Oxford lo i'utnoy, a dis tance of !0t miles, in a throw pair cud bo it in 13 Imuis fi.O miiuitus— I' ing a iTwd f.>r tho distanco, A cah'e miN-'ii1 cm that. Jako Gau da'ur, Uh! wi/iltl'tj champion, is willing toMik'ot G'oorgo Tonus, champion of and native of New Smith Wa'es, n:» L;i.kf; of t hWoods—->vhf*ix' Unuchinr iivts.