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THE Wyalong Advocate WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1901. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
r • - "" TEEE Wyalong Advocate WEDNESDAY, MAY S, 1901. Local and General. ? Seven different mrsei ims called jit Wyalong and West Wyalong on Mon day night. -.F. G. F!. Dempster, Esq., J.P.-, West Wyalong;' W. A. Ewers, E^q., J.P., Be'ria,' new magistrates.. 'iFor Chronic Ohost Corapln-inti, oolds Great Peppermint Curo. Is lid. A meeting of tlje local Ricycle Club •will be held aa Wyalong tonight (Wednesday.) . The local League of Wheelmen have. decided.*to*hold>.u smuke.: social omthe 'Sight of the carnival...'. „■ -7 The tneeiina of the West Wyalong C: ft. Club was adjourned on Monday /'night-, oil'account or' drill practice, , Tlie .Railway. Commissioners took, o.ver the railway line from ICoorawatha , to Gi;enfe]l on-Tuesday. ; A wliire kaiig'Lrro with pinkeyes lias ljeou caught'at Li"ui;iceston, und. Be«sn fnrsyartled as a present \o the. Duke of Yoik.' ; Tenders for the erection of tho Wniiiboyrie Mechanics InstiUite close on fclio 20th inst. The specilications /ire now, to ...
School of Arts Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
School of.. Arts Exhi bition. The Exhibition and Bazaar, in aid of the ouilding fund of. the Wyalong School of Arts, was, continued on Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tues day. Tlio attendance nil through was very good. The receipts for the first three nights wore—-first night JSIO, second night £16, '.third niglit £15; The .proceedings were" relieved" by character-sketches, which were highly amusing and appreciated. On Friday night Mr. Fred. Davys gave a sketch entitled "The Baby Elephant"—a splendid production, of pure, innosent' fun. Displays of ambulance work were also given. On Monday -night; Mr. T. Griffiths staged "Mrs..Jarley's Waxworks," ivhich was also a capital i productions.' , , The • hull was well laid out, ..and the exhibits were e*tr^mely uncommon and -beautiful.-. The stalls .were got up in Oriental fashion, and looked bright and natty. In the middle of the hall stood a flower rotunda,, built in^.the shape of a hi;xigpn, niainly the work of Messrs. Vout and Black. The...
A NEW Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
A iSTew Industry. Ill response to tuc invitation of Messrs. Fiisken, Atkinson and Wilson, a number of influential townspeople atifiiiieJ (ho Commonwealth Foundry on Friday afternoon last to witness i h.: lirm'.s initial.ca.s-.itig. The process of converting the liory liquid iron into die various articles was wi-tehed With undivided intesest by tho.se present — and to such an exteDt was the enthu siasm evoked that at the finish of one .pi--ci.i of casting, a little more difficult uf negotiation than the..others, three hearty cheers'wore given'for tho enter prising owners. -The castings, made comprised . shoes and dic>3 for the batteries, acetylene generator for Mr. Gosper's .acetyleno light installations, anvib, pinions, moulding boxes, and tire grates. After the wants of (he inner man had been satisfied with refreshments— thoughtful }' provided by the firm—(hr guests adjourned to a spot away from the noise of the machinery and con gratulatory speeches were made. Mr. G. Stevenson,...
Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, MAY 7. Before Mr. G. Stevenson, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
Small Debts Court;, TUESDAY, MAY 7. " Before Mr. G. Stevenson, P.M. Pike & Co v. F. W. Lenthall ancl Wife (H. Lenthall claimant).—Tliis was an interpleader case. ' Mr. Evans appeai-ud for plaintiff and Mr. Coonan for claimant. ,E. Gardner, Court Bailiff, deposed : [Seized the gun at Baronia Park lust Wednesday to satisfy a • judgment obtained by Pike and Co- against F. W. Lenthall in March last. I took it from a young man named Kavanagh, who said it belonged to Lenthall. I still have it in possession. EL. Lenthall deposed.: I know a man named Kavanagli. He asked me for the use of the gun at the pigeon n>af cli. I bought it from my brother; F. W. Lenthall, on March lltli last for £5, and hold his receipt. I value the guii- at £50. To Mr.. Evans : I am absolutely sure my brother wrote the receipt. It is his signature. I paid the £5 in notes—-which I obtained by cashing my pay chequo at Phillips's. Alfred J. Ivavanagh deposed : I' know claimant Lenthall. I have semi him with...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
Plough Shares makes, and all Massey Harris cultivator parts in stock. H.J SOUDION, Waggoi., Dray and Buggy Spokos Naves and Felloes, big stock on hancb: II. Sjudex. Mining matters are stirring at Bar-'" medman. Jackson and party, who crushed 66 tons with a return of 77oz in Diionmher last, have ovsr 20 tons o? splendid looking stone at grass, which they are every, day adding to, and> Hxpect to crush again in a'fow weeks.. At Sti'ft'ani's claim, next ^to Jackson'a soimo Very ric'i"sto-nrv Was struck a few. days ago—so lieu that. it was thought advisable tp i"move some of ib to Mr, Sioflani's for sneurifcy, and a picked lot of the stone is estimated to go 60oz. ■ Conway and party (Phoenix) are also. raising good stone. A number of prominent lioer leaders; with a big commando, were strongly entrenched at Hartbecstufontcin,. Major General Babington, after slieU ling the position for the whole of a day, compelled the Boers to evacuate their entrenchments. On tho following day Major-Ge...
Hoisting the Flag [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 May 1901
Hoisting the Mas: At tiie meeting convened foe the purpose making of and carrying out ar I'angements in connection witli the hoisting of the Union Jack at the Public School West Wy along on the 14th inst. a large and representative number were present. Mr. G. Woods was voted to the chair unci a largo amount of business was expeditiously gone through. Mr. F, W. Wall-ice was elected Hon. Sec and the follow, ing were elected Sports' Committee with power to add' to their number: Messrs. Smith, Ts'iacs, •Bvrnstcin,- R»», Emmet, Sadler, Woods," Howard, and Rev. Sett. Musi's H. A. Collie, G. P. Evans, and P. J. Wilson—Cere mony Comiiiittee; canvassers were also appointe I to solicit trophio3, etc. Ib was decided that there he a pub lic demonstration, to which all are in vited, the demonstration consisting of a procession to" Start trom the True Blue at 11.30 a m., headed by the West Wyalong Brass Band (the ser vices of which were -generously pro mised gratis by Mr Wolby, President, of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901
Nod Kelly in bis suit of nia.il, '/. Wiisproofngninst nil lead. And how lie Inncrhed wh»n nil did fail To lodge it- in his head. i'lion lot us nil lie on our ttiiard, AVhilo lontr 'iff we assure— For eon^hs and colds have nomo regard— TnKo Woods' Great, Peppermint Cure. Pahlikc. Nursery.—Messrs' P. L. O- Shepherd and Son about a year nuo secured this fild-t'.shibiislii-d nnrsfrv, and have been busy stocking it wifcli all thf most popub-v kinds of trees and plant* wliio'.i they supply at moat reu Si-'n?.!-,!'' rates in lar^e or small quantit ies. Tlioy also supply .sneds of evorv •description from the warehouse, 202 Pitt Street, Sydney; There is one best in everything— tho host Auctioneer and Salesman is " Walla*," next Post Post Oilice.* AK.nOTTVo LIVING PICIUliES. roirriiAiT no. 350. %rr Itm i * '•» •- '» -,• Cr « 7^ « v^" r*.f?'/•/ I.-- :. jc^9Lif'^C&lt;*f. rai-'/Z " BEATRICE MAY VICT 1RTA POWLEE, - Ay Of I 1 year Miirl 2 ni'Miihs-, Daughter of Mis Fowler, " CJiilonla," 43...
Cycling Notes. (From the Dunlop Pueumatic Tyre Co.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901
Cycling Notes. (From iho l>nn)op Pneumiilic Tyre. Co.) George Sutli. il irid, tin; New Zea land champion, tins ailived back in Mciliouriid. Ho c&lt; inpo(&lt;d at I ho" Eight Hour IpmnnsuationSports last week, IjuI. with nomcccss—he not lecovcd fiom his trip 'across fiom Obris-tcliureh. liis reciids (011 Dtit.lups) dining 1 he past, season in MnoriJiind is 15 firsts, 2 seconds, and 3 ihiids, out of 23 stints—a per lotmanco that stamps "Suthy" us a ■ vastly improved rider since liis last appearance in these Stntes. "Our racing cracks arc now beginning Unir annual winter migration, the' first, move being made l>y R: Wiilne, wlio litis gone of)' to San E. ancisco in company wiili J. Gierri.. G. iMo-ganis s&lt;lt-o &lt; fl lion e to Ecliuca to spend the "inter iiiontlis_ after winn:rig some ili.iee bundled odd pounds during the p»8t &lt; season, .whilst.-other." rideis are thinking ot moving to winmer climes. Dcspalcli cycle riding in South ...
A Confirmed Criminal [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901
A Confirmed Criminal Tliore will shortly be released from (lie (.Welting Gaol a convict with a mrst remarkable record. His name-is Frederick Olatkp,' bofcter known us "Josh"- Clarke, nnd lie 1ms ; spent nearly".' half. a century within prison wnlisi He whs born in Leeds, -York shire, and as far back as 1847 was transported for house breaking .to Nor folk Island.' From there be escaped, but lie was not long at liberty in Australia, for lie was soon caught o'J'eiiding, and since (hat time be b»s served sentences ranging from a few months to fourteen years.. In 18S7, when over GO 3'ears of age, ho was '.sentenced' to I't years' '"imprisonment for receiving—the Judge evident!}' desiiinu that so notorious a cliprrtcter should end his career in prison. \Viih an.oi her daring criminal -Cli■ istopher !Farrell, he escaped from the Geelorig Gaol " in 18t 8. . after gagging and" pinioning a Waider, but the men were recaptured, and each received a further' sentence of two years. .. The Gnelong ...
The Cost of the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901
Tlie Cost, of the War.." WVsh.ill.soon bo talking "gain of th6 cost- of t lie win- (' t niarks an Eiig Jish journal;/. Wur is not a gnme'that can lie pbyed for nothing. Even hi peiice Eur 'pc spon'ls something like a million po inds li rlny on its ar mies and luiviis. But.'it is probable tint ninny people ii'rb'nnw beginning'to wilise for tli" first limehow cos'ly' a thing war is. -If brings the cost of it very near to all' of us 'to think that the South' African War Bill, up to dat/v >'&lt;'pi'e sents'r&lt; contribution of between nine tiTi'ti-ten pounds from every home in the Kingdom. E^O'MIOUS TOOD BILL. It ;is not surprising, when we re member' the amazing difficu'ties the 9,1'iny has-had to surmount, the un paralleied resistance it has had to t'aec, the perils arid hardships' oi eliumte and transport. Think of the l'ooil hill alone for this gignntic army ! The figures ore almost availing. Thirty six million pounds ofreserved at cuts, thiriy-s'x million pounds...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901
Two Years' Sufferings. „A_ ^DSIIElSriD IIET ISTIEIEID. Tho Car© of Mr. ROBERT GRAHAM. (Reported for " The Star.") Tho increased facilities for recreation afforded to shopkeepers anil their em ploy'ea under tiie pr ovisions of tlio Early Cloding Hill aro often appreciated by people who do not, conic directly within the operation of the Act. It gives " outsiders" on opportunity of meeting folks e,joying a half-holiday in the middle of the week who arc not at liberty at any other time, except after business hours. Knowing that Mr... Robert Graham, of No. 11 Wattle'-street,. Chippendale, was always--disengaged on Wednesday after-noons;,, our reporter thought it an opportune time to. obtain an interview 111 1 elation to his indisposition, and was rewarded by finding the gentleman mentioned sitting ou his verandah. "I have called to a few question about your illness," began the scribe. " You are (juite welc me to ask as many questions as you like, and I will freely answer Ui«nit" " What w...