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

t t Z ii % \ Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, \ ; Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mur- 1 I willumbah, announce that they, have pur chased the Musical Instrument Business of MESSRS .F. E. STARR & CO. of West Wyalong, Tcmora and Forbes rMcFARLAMD'S are handling- the same high : i* !•; / | grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: | The;Public are invited to inspect the Largest | * *;.Stock.of Player. Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords, I J* ; ■■■■■■■*; J » + {-'Mandoline/ Banjos, - Accordeons, etc., ere., J I outside the cities. > CASH OR EASY TERMS | MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG 2 {• ± | Also at Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Cor- $ | | owa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and | I Murwillumbah I % The Leading MusicaMnstrument House i *. S F. Crago & Sons, Ltd MILLERS, WEST WYALONG - We are Buyers of Wheat in any Quantitv UALIj OR WRITE FOR QUOTE.' wheat stored. A(»JENCItlS AT All, STATIONS. P MONKS 87 AND 106. ♦ i ::: : free i $ " ■ ^ £ ' ' fe. - Wonderful Hawk-...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADULT FRANCHISE In Local Government [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

..ADXJLT FRANCHISE" In Local Government — Surprise cspe frilly on behalf- of country interest!), has. boeiKcxinwieri. at'Mlni3lerlal'announcement, that.' the-, Bfc^viin il3u!tlionsh;i'>v' C'tovornnien1'; ',:Wlll adhere .to ' the principlcof faduit frau . chlsoi ;in itho 'Local Government, us. 'provided by I ho Lang Govoi ninciit'n amendment- of - the Act. It Is uiuloi sl.ood,however, that- some of the stlnft wll :be . taken outj, of the .:<inii)ndiiiont by insorf ing a provision that thero inusl. 'bo- twelve months' I's.si'l iOf.e to ■ qualify for the vote. " -t Mr. Ll<\ ^JT, Tout, rrcsident of (hoi j Graziers'Association,1 discussing,1, the- >;• i. Ministerial ;statement expressedv ilio • opinion; that ''if. tho Government lets; tho: jpresent franchise y--,ta]Hl ithoro ; will v be: bitter . disappointments.ami: ,s grave misgivings throughput' the conn; •! L-try.!'. .When the:"1 Local '.Government' ; Dili: was-'passod by . the 'Lang /Govern- • i-n«oiit^th...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Buck Up! Remember [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

Buck Up! Remember Tliat Edison was sent homo from school as a dunce. ..... That Cecil Rhodes was old. He was incurable, and then' lived lor. 20 -glor ious years. • >'■- .■■■'■ Thiit Jimmy Wild was rejected by live doctors as unfit for the army. ; . That Thomas Burke was refused a job in the; chorus of a spcond-rale op era company. That Helen Keller, was deaf, dumb and blind, and yot became famous. That Robert Burns .was a plough boy—"the most ungainly, awkward lad in the parish." That James Watt was shut out of Glasgow by a guild, of Tammermen. That Clive was sent to India as the blaclc slieep of the family.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BANK OF ENGLAND FOR AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

'a bank of england i for australia Sir Robert. Gibson, . chairman of directors of the Commbnwealth Banlc lias made'an. announcement of consid arable interest to tho Australian bank ing and financial world. Speaking the other day. at .Perth;-.:whither ho had gone in' connection with new .prom? ises Tor tho Perth office, Sir Robert is reported to have declared that the present director, of the bank intend ed to make it "The Bank of England' of Australia, Parliament had placed in their hands the power of trading, which they proposed to use witji dii;-, crimination. The hoard did not intend to follow an aKpveslve policy against tho ordinary Australian trading books.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOUBLING THEIR ACREAGE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

, DOUBLING THEIR ACREAGE In these districts the assisted men, who, of course, 'represented a minor ity of the farmers, -were putting in 600 to 1000 acres or more each. In prac tically:-every instance ■ this was •• a doubling: ot ;their acreage.-. Seed for a further 300,000 acres or so'haS been advahced'in the central west and north west, and also to. set tlors on the new Riverina areas on the Murray. Applications for , assist ance are still being dealt with from all districts. ■ i. The advances made to wheat far mers by the R.I.B. so far this season total £470,000, which is the greatest an'iount since 1920. It is obvious that this assistance. will greatly increase the State's wheat area, to the benefit not only of the farmers concerned, but of the conimutiity at large. 1 '

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIDING NEEDY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

AIDING NEEDY FARMERS. , The • operations' ofv the- Rul'al- Indus tries Branch' of the Department of Agriculture- offer" a good indication of the prospective increase. "I estimate," said Mr. W. E. Sharpe administrative oilicer- of the branch, "from the advances we have made to necessitous farmers that we- have supplied seed for- a million -acres, fully 'half of which can be-regarded as increased area, compared with what these applicants planted last year." ' ■ • The greater part of the assistance, representing some 750,000 acres, Mr. Sharpe added, had been given in the outer south-west, ih those districts served by the railways out to Hills ton, Rankins Springs, and Lake Car gelligo. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR WHEEL BRAKES Midland Steeldraulic Type [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

■';'FQTO ' J BRAKES Midland Steeldraulic vr". ' Type It was announced last jweek.ttat Dodge- Brothers four cylinder line of cars are now fitted" with ihe Midland Stecldrnolic Brakes^ . V,.', This .brake is famousrfor the ,sim plicity of. design, easy ^adjustment and the fact that it Is *no>v/'necessary t'o' lvftricatu brake . linkage Ujdni'ing its lifetime.: 'Jv., \ ! ' Midland (Steeldraiilic^Brakqs:1 (1) ' The circular/ one-piece, .fujlvflango shoe. <(2) The cable'and, its conduit/ (3) • The toggle assembly.;.. There are. no eveners,'no cosroponsa toi'3, no equalisers and, shoes are of positive releasing.: type faced with special moulded frictipn. lining. SIMPLE HOOK-UP—The hoolc up r« quires'only a simple rocker, .shaft on, which are double...-.ended . brackets which actuate-lront and rear brakes,.; SIMPLE ADJUSTMENT—Tho"V six. times greate*' clearance between shoe; and drum .makes adjustment easier than that on other types of brakes. Adjustment is made liy merely lo...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABANDONED Bruce's Conference [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

ABANDONED Bruce's Conference The Prime Minister has . announcea that he had- abandoned the proposa: to hold an industrial peace confer ence for the time- being.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXIII. IN NAME ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

CHAPTER XXXIII.' I IN NAME ONLY.. . ^ At /last the mockery was over, and - r this twain who for ever would bo two, and never one, came'back to tho house. • '• Pamela had iiotspoken since she left i' the office. : She .luid been thinking ^doo^ly/and/her thoughts had beon bit "tor ones. ■ She was now a' married woman and no-more to Hubert than a friend! In deed;-sho could.novor-bo that. Bettor, anything than empty friendship.They must live at extremost, ends of the earth until 1 ■ • :What would Hubert say to her now? Would.' ho"hato her? A "Would-ho rovilo her? Or,"perhaps,' would he boo that she had ;mado a greater sacrificc than if sho had. lot him- bobhangedl• -Even : now it was "a problom. with hor whe ther she had done . tho better thing.. But no, thero could , bo mo question, she could noVer let him die.; That-washer instinct.; She., must'- do t. everything. to. save lum from benig^hangod. r • As soon as they preached tho houso Wintersley. ordered :the car.'' : '.'Nowy I'm-going...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Properties of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XXXII-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

T XX HI | HANGMAN'S NOOSE. JOHN L CARTEL. ' Authoi of •'! Peggy the Aeronaut," " The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. /lSiMJuhert bf.SpeiMAl A'Tfinireinent witbv A * tlio- L'iOiM-iotot a of tlie CopjrHght. 9 ,?6ifiAr;i;j5feXXXII:H'Continiieil.) i ,-: At.x last .;ttio < motor turned down a I licdgc-iiued-.111110,-1111(1 .soon stood-.throb-: ! bmg in front of an old-fn.shioncd, ivy ! clad iinnnort 'ilt locked so very -quaint-' i and simple,.■; thought Pamela. She | could, hardly, believe that this , lonely , Iplaco sheltered" n man 30 vile. Hor' 1 heart thumped ns they approached the. | floor, and •' then as they passod through 1 tho-hall and into a room on the right I nlie became all; anxiety. Was-Hubert; I here J , was her one thought. She'felt 1 that1 Wintcrsloy was unwise to -bring I her there. She would get away short ! ly mid send tor Stephen; - IIo would ' Ols able, to help her." fcjlio thought of 1 going to the-police, but that, of course i-.ould only result in H...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

! For All Classes of Job Printing £ try I The "Advocate" West fpiiig u ^ light as ci feather';to turn * The easiest isteermg motojr car on earth to-day is Nash. There is no tedious / winding up and unwinding of the steer ing wheel when you turn a corner. Parking is done without a struggle. ' And, in a traffic emergency, see' how your Nash gets put of the way at a mere hint frorn your hand on its wheel. •' ! Be your own salesman. Easy ^steering is only one of the many Nash superiorities^yhich a ,ride wijl/rcy^ak: ■ Ccme in to-day. j .4|. . . The New Nash is a Great- Automobile. LOCAL DEALER WY ALONG CHEQUE ACCOUNTS:, OPENED FIXED DEPOSITS' ACCEPTED ADVANCES A>ND OVKRDaAFTS GRANTED t» Aatrioultural kwbmJ Caatoml Prlraorjf. frotlueura oa!^ ; inlJi i 1 1 SlAViNGS BANK DEPARTMENT PERSONA*-, JOINT, TRUST AND CHILDREN'S ACCOUNTS OPENED WrUi for Bookleli 47. INTEREST S £500 ^7.™ £1000 C. R. V/ATTS, MANAGER LpfcXu B RANCH *.oCK & STaTON- AGENTS, fcAUGTIONEEn.' LAND SALESMEN, 'I • ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXIV. TWO SURPRISES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

CHAPTEB XXXIV.' 1 ' . two" surprises. After Stephen hiul gono to the stn-.' tion to seoHubort oiT;to Southampton, Rosalie took Pamela, to her bedroom,, and ;in tho hope of • diverting■; her thoughts, bogair to tnrn^out some of ■'.tho things which Stephen had bought i for/her on the honeymoon. But Pamela ■ was not interested; /'Cheer tip, Pam. Hubort will :soonV bo. safe,/' nnid Jtosalio. " And then you can join, lum," . ^ • '"■•.''But -I'm already married," ;Maid Pamela slowly. She was sitting heavily7 on the odgo of;the bed, her eyes staring blankly at tho wall opposito. "Married?" Rosalie stood as if pai alyBod. , ' r Pamola tu'rnod on her. a pair of hope less eyes. "* ,■ "But it isn't Hubort," she said. A>rr.then alio turned back ^to • .the'con? • Opiplation of thnt.-blurikiwnll. .Itpnt hcS^j. mind of her own -life,,did.• thnt wall." , ' , ' "Mot Hubert? What do -you.mean?", snid Rosalio. J ' 'fli. married -AVintei'sloy,'' said Pnm ela, iin -a^Iistless,' tired voino. » For a s...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOOKING AHEAD To Next Wheat HarVest [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

%o^inS 'A|eS To Next Wheat Har dest • The present prospect, despite some hampering conditions;:' is..for- an<-.'Jn< crease o£ anything up to a million acres in the State's wheat area; The.' Government '.has. advanced • • seed to some 1000 farmers, who are preparing' to add half a imillion acres to .their last year's : cropping. ■ To what extent the area of 3,984,00.0 acres .sown* to \yheat last year will be exceeded .in the present season is still only ..a matter of conjecture. ' It is generally agreed that there will be a* substantial expansion-in the; acreage, but. that must- be dependent; upon conditions prevailing in the en suing two1, months. ■ The . farmers as a body have the will to add to the acreage, but the weather, as usual, is. the controlling factor. As far as moisture conditions are concerned, the present autumn is the most favorable experienced by the wheat growor.for several years. This applies ; to. all districts. In moisture content the soil i...

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 — 1 May 1928

■*! : ■ if.; .' f ••« • lADdtiR': AND ' Bo'o'f R^VaIRER1 Maitlanc)., Street (nW Flrd Station) . < , . VVE&jF,r WYAl ONG > ^ BAKERY "5 Tailing '' ''fi I WISSt..to notify the public of.'tttij . district that.I bave.'op»1ffi6'ij; l.NEVy AN DUP-TO-DATE BARKKV ttj'Tklllmba" aB from" DecSmbair,^."'^'?^.' ly Mottb: Cleanliness and Civll'ty. ■ • ■ A TRIAL: ■ E,;' J. ~BICKLE WES'i? END BAKERY ■i ? .■ .V. Vl/EST WYALONG Country brtfers" are Strictly Attended' ' ; to ■■■ ' Deliver I3read in both towns, and de liver to all..trains and all coaches. White Bread,. Brown Bread, Sr^alf ■ Goods, '.Wedding Cakes,,. Birthday •: ; Cake's ' ■'''■■ Civility, and Good. Service F&ASEB' BROS. (E. D. & C .E. X!) TP PRESERVE EGGS iatwICpiciikoMi Thi onlr fe»"yi perfect Egg ftiiiw' '«•>' "QVO.". Simpli to us« (failure IM "OVO" "elves ri^esult^. not . obt tillable. ..by any ..other mean*.' ^OW' WANtiS 'ALONE. .'Every Stor'e kKefcer'lHt.UilirSts.W .can, obtain supplies', t...

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

SHORE" SKIRTS Commenting oil .-the work- of - com-; petitors .111 tho recitation foi.-. all, com ers at the Ipswich Eisteddfod, : uhe ndimliealor,,'|Mr.1' Lawrence Campbell, of Sydney, dr'crwsattention.to the stngo appearance-toP'Sotae of'theyoung,la dies- He pointed' put'the disadvantage of (lie short teltirtis worn and said that skirts that" 'eamje ' halfway betweon (lie ankle arid 'the knee give a antoio dignified; appearance:.:*to competitors . when on- tlip • st^o^^iA^ ^kirt vOf. tliat, length would, jfov'*instance,' enable a competitor jto^place -one; of lier feet, on the i'nng[; <)f !a,!(!luin' with much more graceful • results,..To; appreciate:, his contentiori|, Mi'.'^Campbell asked, competitors to^try' to visualise the ef fect on the audience ot seeing a com petitor in a. shQi^ikirt: standing;-.witlr, one foot on thejTiftVgi,.of aNChaii/'/JAiid: you know," he cjaAWluded,; amid.'much .laughter, "weiadjiidicators ara -nbt so old as we loolc.'i -.•■'■v-':.

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

Wood8''GresVj^p|cppermlnt.:Cure: For Childroii's,liu'eking. Cough . cp'tiii • ,.r

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A WANDERER FOUND IN HOSPITAL GROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

A'WANDERER FOUND IN HOSPITAL GROUNDS At about 1 'o'clock on Friday morn-' ing the AVy'along (police wcro infoun otl, by phone,: ■ {fiatort*iman^«as'>wiiiK; dering about thc gi'ounds of tlitiAVya long District j'Jj-Iospital: Ho was .under •the influence ot 'drink and1-had, , aP: pavently, got out idC'Uis latitude. Constable Ra'ndhll went to the: hos pital and arrested ja man named Han* Connors on a 'charge ot : drunkenness. •The latter was ^brought before Mr. Dixon, J.P., on j Saturday morning, whoa a fine ot £1 or seven days was impo&od ,i„ • J

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YOUTH GAOLED Robbery Under Arms Judge's Leniency [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

YOUXU GAOLED Robbery; Under Arms Judge's! Leniency • ' ■ • r*:*"'-■ Jack J3ullivanfyl8j: or .Tack;Fiag, con victorl ot rpbbpryr' untlor arms, anrt .shooting with .iptonL on f.lio■ road to Iland, on April, jwas /sentenced to Albury :by ;M\v JjUsticej.feanipbell, .to two-years on,j;thonfirst.: clmrge' and three on:. t]ip.,seqond; • sentences to be concuncnt | "Your case," said the judge, "is an ex ample of, the ..danger : which ^omesi troni an- undisciplin'ed -jnind;.-You . are guilty, or a, (j^antoir: and cToolish'. essay, in crimo. wlij£lypmiglit.Vhayo; ,put.vyp« on the scarfflld.::Bbcauso'of,your.youth I have decide(],Jtp jtalte a merciful .view of youi case,, t 1 j >, 1 Sullivau-.stood lto^attonlion'; ln-i-tlic dock during.the judge's address,/.nut was quite unloved. - .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HALF MOON FOOTBALL SOCIAL This (Tuesday) Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

:,: HAI^MOON ■ FOOT > BAEL SOCIAL This (Tuesday) Evening ■ To-night, Tuesday, a huge crowd is sura tea fog,.present at..the Masonic. I-Iall <.where f;lie . second1,v'HaltV- Moon!, Football Social"will bo.heldivAll vlie footballers,, and <their-supporlers will boin.u,Uendance;«aiidit . is'hoped .that) the general;^public.-will' rally in : sup -.port o£ our.;:yo'ung!'sports;; many: of: / whom in a year or. two will carry our colors, let;ijs Jiope to' victory, in the big cup inalc]ies.',i- ; •

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

CHILDREN 0Fk>' > DIVORCE •Who-'IS" to blamo: for.- unhappy.\mar-: Ha^GS?:; y'Children"of. Divorce;" v .tho photoplay do luxe l:o. be. screoned . at tliosKio''ThenIre next AVednesdayiand. Thursday,! May 2: and 3, gives the: ans wor to . this; question. ,:Don't>!got i.tlio.i idea that "Children of. Divorce"- is just .anolhor llappor' picture/ • It isn'f: lt'^ a thousand ■■ times higher in;.. theme than any . flapper .story ■ ever' written and attacks ' divoico from a nowt angle,: tears the- subject wide .open;; portraying it as it has novcr been ihown. betoro.-*A.' vital thought-provok ing' thqme! ' Clara Bow,- the "it" girlv Esther-Italston and Gary Cooper qre, i.lio featured players. - A new comedy ; team—Ed.' Wyim and: .Chester. Conltlij^ in "Rubbei Ileols,' 'will suppoit "ChJJ,-, dron of- -Divorce" oil. .both. nigh^s jpE, screening. "Rubber; Hoeis" is . by far tho, funniest; comedy."in foaturo .length shown for some time and dealo with, a j;ang of crooks and a correspond-...

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