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IMMIGRATION Army Officer's View (BY WIRE) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
Immigration Army Officer^ View ' >, (by wraa)':: , v. ,• ,*\r.v ■ • ■ • Th9 International- Secretary, of llio iSalvaUoniiAltjny: .statft?.. .that. of Jinimigranfe' to-come. to;:Aii£>tialia:. Is (JisappeaYfiig , > , , • He added; that theyhvould flock, to the Commonwealth ,.in;lai.gei and lar ge 1 contin'gents
ITALY'S PLIGHT Under Mussolini (BY WIRE) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
ITALY'S PLIGHT Under Mussolini i (BY WIRE) •v. In an .address / fit • Perth • "University.. .■> ^Protessoiv.Murdocli.ywlio^haS.^ust.'ie-.. y turned -from-ltal^ijemarlifcd, "-ifUve- -■ are notvwatclituj■.&lt;o£ our ■ freedom we shall'deserve'and may ;reeeive such a, ; scourge of God aa Mussolini" The best and wisest Italians' aic.foe-: , ing miurdered, ejxllod, > or allowed, to c. live in filthy prisons Ciood lUaliuns ^ no 1 ashamed cC , their country. - ,
No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
FLOIi FIX A CELVS'nALS. ! "Smoking your old pipe &lt;uj(ii,i! Win/ don t you. smoke those dyers I bought ■ v ^ ricl week! For five- hundred bant'.s i/n:( etut gel &lt;&lt; gntmu phone." ■ , Mlbic.it: "lj / smokifd Jive hundred oj those fellows, old girl. I wouldn't need a grama- - phone—I'd have a hart).'.' , . —By Aivangomc'iifs with the "Bulletin".. \ • 1 1 :
WEST WYALONG v. BARMEDMAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
WEST WYALONG v. BARMEDMAN Wlnfc sli mi Id prove, an interesting game on tho local? ground on-'Sunday noxt will 1)0 between V/esL AVyalong and ' Barmedman first-grade ..^teams. Although''classified as a friendly game away from cup;honors; it is anticipa ted that the fixture will attract: a large"crowd vof spectators from both centres.': Barmedman,-are stated to, be in fine fettle already.
37 TO NIL Ungarie Outclassed Walk Over for West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
37 TO NIL XJngarie Outclassed Walk Over for West Wy along The onlj; redeeming feature of Sun: days match/ between West • Wyalong and Ungario,- senior teams, is that a number-of local colts were-given, an opportunity to demonstrate their fitness "to be included in the cup matches lis ted for this; season. , -■ To say that the game was inter esting or that it revealed an.equalisa-j Uon of merit would be to assert some thing very much wide of the. truth. From every standpoint the visitors , wore outclassed. Not once during the one-sided battle did they display a practical knowledge of the many fin er points associated: AVith football. | - Apart from the: possibility of being > without the services of some of vheir , proir.r'nent players the . visitors at. no, ( time lout color to the impression that even willi their ranks reinforced they would have the slightest chance or delivering the knock-out to "West Wya long. ■ ' H demeanour counts for anything they wore beaten even before the...
A RUNAWAY Valuable Horse Injured [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
A RUNAWAY* Valuable Horse Injured At about. 8.30 a. m; , yesterday >v horse attached to a .-jullcy and owned by Mrs W. I'Valfy. of i!antral W\a long, took fright in Hi.) lane,'at the rear of Mr. IT. Soifdeu's re.3i(lanco. Although pursued the. animal >;a!.hei' ed speed and raced - down .Church Street. Into Main Street, whore it collided with a telegraph pole In [ronL o ftlie Commercial Bank premises. It was subserjiwuV fnur.r tliat ihs! horse, which -Is usually ijuiet and for which the ownerlns refuted KubHan t1ul offers, liml K'lsta'niid erious in juries to the left shoulder, which arp likely to prove of a permanent nat ure.1" ■ ■ The - sulky. : escaped being badly knocked'about. »
ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
ONE MINUTE READINGS When yon doubt—nb.stiii::. •» * \ ■* (Character is a perfectly educated will. ■ * •* . 'If yon make quick use 'of Hie mom ent, you are a, ganuis of .prudcnce. * ■ * j A merry heart, rocs all the ilay, a sad tires in a aniio. A Rood name is better than prec ious ointment. If you want at charitable haart yon must have n pure mind. ; *; * * )Cliecrfullness is'health; 'the op pesite melancholy is disease.. * •» •» Without consistency- there is no mural stisngth. , > - * ' * * ' . In all things phow yourselves a pat tern of good works. "" v" v v-X-'.'-v v''_. v\-' Who purposely cheats his . friend., would cheat his Go«. * * * ... Economy is'. of ^itsoir a «reat to. venue. * TV -TV , 1 'There, is a long and wearisome f-lep between admiration and i:nilalio;i. * * ' x A brave man .is clear in liis- dis course and keeps close to truth. * ■* * # The way to gain a good reputation.' is to endeavour to be what you desire . to appear. ■ ■' ■. .■>•:'••••' / • ■jf # vr Eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
.fjaye always had ' A SUPPLY OI EGGS Proof of the value of feeding poultry with ICarswood. Read this letter:— " As a hobby I have alsvays kept seven or eight fowls, and have been using the Karswood Spice for quite two years or. more, and have had splendid results. I never buy any eggs at all the year round the liens only missed laying for eleven con secutive days during the whole twelve months, which I think was very good. I.will not be without the, "Karswood Spipe „ while 1 keep fowls. You!may use this note at any time if it will help your advertising,.but do not pyt my name unless asked lor. , Wishing your company' every success, and I will speak for your Spice at all times." • . (Mrs.) N.P. $ Supplies —Ilarswood Poultry Spice is obuin abl: at all wholesalers and stores Hie follow* inn re: ill prices: lib. packct, 1 /-; lib. pac^ct, 2/-j 71b. tin, 13/-j 1-llD. tin, ^6/-; -8)b. tin, 4s/-. ... . ;j/-i rl - var.o |°«YDU D.EARtl H I ADORE YOUR GIFT" H £ THE BRIDE FOR WHOM J? % YOU ARE...
BIG DANCE At Weethalle [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
BIG DANCE At Weethalle Oir. Friday,--4t)i May,. ai-big; dance," 'will'be'-held' in the,Majestic Theatre, Weethalle, in .aid'of the local, football., cliib. A feature of the function will be the lavish sit-down supper to i>e ■■■ provided, and an additional attrac tion is the fact;that the Gioomchasers' Orchestra will supply the 1111 / ic.- . .. This is an annual dance, and lias; always been noted - for its successful-: and enjoyable ending. It is anticipated that the large new? hall on Friday ^evening nexL will be crowded, and that the dance, 'Jromi every standpoint, will comparo • favor-v ably with Is piedecessora.^ . . Mr.. C -.Goodwin, is the hon:. sec r;> and Mr. W. Bruce President. ■
HALF MOON'S VICTORY Ariah Park Defeated [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
HALF MOON'S VIC TORY Ariah Park Defeated Sunday last found the Half Moon team at Anali Park, -where they met, and defeated the senior team by 13 points" to 3. The present was the in itial game for Ariah: Park this seas on, and although more or less unfit for a strenuous struggle, they put up a • determined. fight to gain victory. . ■ Half Moons were represented by a strong team,, and faced with a stronger combination, so . far as weight is concerned, they played : a splendid game and were complimen-' ted on the achievement attained. ; 'There was a large crowd of specta tors on the ground, and: a (leal of in terest was evinced in the fixture. ■ Tries for the'Half Moons1 were ob tained by Anderson, Townsend and Schofleld. Stivano kicked a penalty goal and Norris converted a' try. .G, ', Hubbard annexed the only try. for Ariah Park Cooper,: E.Fraser, Anderson, Town send and Schofield shone out for the back division, while M. Fraser, Lloyd Carr, and Stevenson .wore; conspic ious for the...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
PERSONAL Constable Randall, of "Wyalong, has' received word of his transfer-to Eden Jii the South Coast.: Hi splace will be I tilled by Constable i Poniroy, of .Hie tool police, from JJden. - * vr T * • Mrs I-Iennessy, a : former resident of Barmednian, died in Sydney re cuiitly,- foliowlni; an operation.- IJeueas : ed was a slater of Mrs F.vJ. Mar-' Miall and Mr. E. -Moloney, of 'Bar niedman. •X- •» iThe manaige was celebrated a: Quandialla. on the > 11th inst., .of Mi-. Suiart Hope, only son of Mrs W. II. Smith of. Quandialla, and Miss Daisy »iVAliiia'/) , Troth, second daughter . on 'Mr. W; .IT. Troth, also of Quandialla. :uov. Geil:i«y . was the celebrant. ■ ■ * # * A peculiar accident befol Mrs A. B. Leslie, of Stockinbingal, n few dayt? JSlie - was . Mitting , l.Ion&side a mantlepiece from, which a pair-of seis sors fell, cutting her feet, and sever ing a small artery :The wound had to be stitched. * * * -.As, the result, of a collision be tween a ; car driven by M ...
LIQUOR TAX Cabinet Approved [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
LIQUOR TAX Cabinet Approved The Winifltor for'Justice (Mr. Jjee) presented the draft,of the Liquor Tax Bill to n meeting of the Cabinet,las: week. The Ministry approved the measure, which will be one of the first bills to be introduced Immediate ly the Budget debate Is disposed of. The bill provides for a lax of 5 per cent, on all sales of liquor, threo flths to lie paid by the licensee, and iwo flths by the lessor or the owner, ol licensed premises. ; '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928
The VICTOR Natural Expression Player Piano Will enable YOU to play delightfully any class of music with natural expression and without sign of mechanical effect., It will perfectly satisfactorily withstand your most severe summer temperatures. It's possessioniwill add veryv greatly to, your ordinary opportunities of Jiome enjoyment and to your social pleasures. Fitted with the usual attachments and the Natural' Expression arid Transposing devices. It can be purchased on; very easy terms. We will gladly send you Catalogues and detailed information on request. Will you please investigate?. 33£ George St. & 206-210 PittSi. SYDNEY. Local Dealer A. EMMETT West Wyalong I have been appointed DEALER by GENERAL MOTORS, LTD., for Chevrolet, Pontiac, dakland, La SaHe, and Cadillac Cars And Chevrolet and G.M.C. Trucks My SHOWROOM is being enlarged, aud Latest Models of these Curs I and Trucks will;be on view after 1st April. A; \ PHONE 67, MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG