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FOOTBALL FLASHES BY ("LOOKOUT") [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

FOOTBALL FLASHES BY" ("LOOKOUT") f- ; < Bill -Brogan,. the well-known: for-., i ward, alias-' licensclioscii as coach to Uie West Wyalong'Rugby, League foot, ■ban:-team;;Jscrow.£C 10s; per week, i > ( >• .y .T '•'lirogm rompedhome: winner b/ ?c'fgh"t; votes tov'six. The, runner-u p wa« rl,rjliLchy:' Andorson; No, i!mail, Stew 'ait, \vas left in daiknoss when the votes, weie counted < h -* < • 'TJngnrie reps. pitted ..their, prowess again'it West Wyalong on Sunday last- No;' cup' at. stake.' Friendly .match, pure and", siniplo. * i , i r >'i oa oarly. in the day ito piato or "feupa'-andv such like Tlio^ instvthing Joj-worry. about 3ust now, is."stride." When the collective clubs : iind this, the covetcd cups- will .be trotted out loi battle Theic's a low of these knocking: about iliisvseason, don't for-, 'get. 11 I in 4t f- -f -TJooks as if the' personnel of our big • ifcaM will ; undergo a ; slight change Ihn yeai With Fifiold, Lloyd! Hill, ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BLOW FLY PEST (To the Editor "Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

THE ■ BLOW FLY PEST I (To tlio Editor. "Advocate) ' I Sir,—The rainfall 111 N.S.W. this sununer 1ms been a record,-as never since tlie white man has been 111 this Statu lias there been .-anything like ili inchos at Marsden in four mouths •and Ungai-io 1ms l\ad- even: more. Those bounteous rams have been pro. Uucllvo of I lie giecn blowflies in myriads, and it being a,most "oner getio" insect, heavy: losses have oc; . cm-red in sheep all. over the Stater : and furtlifer it will bo found that near ly all thVsiieep that have boen^trucU' will have a broak in their-woo!.V : What' I wish to- advocate is. a 'con-.-,,: ; preJien'sive, • .systoirnWc <poioning ; op; i tliose 'wec-n blow-flies- in summer' and.j ::(!ig ,ohl hrown hlawrtllca in .winter. I .I'astoralists . must learn;'to. lake th<i • flies iir hand as they-eventually leavn I cd to deal with rabbits, j •: . I '.■■■ I for tlio benefit'.of those, who do not -•know.how to ideal with flies. 1 here by sot down our...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIGHTY MERGER 35,000 Churches £170,000,000 Church Union Plan [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

'!' MIGHTY MERGER ' 35,000 Churches £170,000,000 ' Church Union Plan , Cliigd^Ono^ of; tlio greatest: move .ments for; church, unioiv in history of Amfcricii be ..'launched next month ;in-.an, p.it.omi)t to bring • together tlie "Prosbytoi ians, Methodists,' and Epifi '..fiopalians; ,with - approximately 7,000,-' 000' churclumein'bers. , ,iAn added constituency of ,10,000,00GJ j indiuJingi? Sunday 'SChol,1, pupils, i will): b'vafCcctedi if -the union is-accomplish? j The property, to ho adlustrnl in 111 at? I event' - includes 35 000 churches v and* I. assets-.of £170,000,000.- ■ ■'

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

IS ON ANY Balloon Tyre When we put tKe 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 All - W e a t h e r re-. . designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. <; , TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre." Y.pu get safety, too; and long, sloH> even tread pear; quiet, smooth running; good ' looks and trouble-proof •} mileage, ; ■;V, ' ' ' . ' - Come in and let us show & ■ ■ f ,V you this tyre! . A. LINDNER, PHONE 67. WEST WVALONG ■ ) r ,r:r »*-* ' ' n

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL MEETING This (Tuesday) Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

FOOTBALL MEETING: This (Tuesday) Evening1 Wb have boon asked iO nnnouncc hat' the meeting, of tho Weal. Vfyo?. ong Rugby League, which was •>"! uivo :.been hold ;1ast- evening in .• Uio •.Viiito■: Tank -.Hotel, will .he-Jioltl^ihis (Tuesday) evening in the Literary in 'tituto at 8 o'clock sharp. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP DEARER. The Commonwealth Wool and Proluce Co Ltd., wired us on Monday afternoon:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

SHEEP.DEARER. . .Tlio-'Commonwealth -Wool, arid l?i'o-.: luce Co: Ltd., wired us on Monday afternoon:— , • "The slicup. niarkct at HomcmiBh ;o-(lay was -from Is to> 2s. deaveiv Cal ; le was unaltered."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BABY KILLED By Nerve Tablets [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

BABY KILLED . , ,By Nerve'Tablets • Whonhor IS. months old, baby was cross, Ada Griffith,: Cromwell-road, South Yarra, save him a; bottle ■ vo play v.ith In the bottle were tablets :hoi : sii'tor hadbrought. tor.- nerves.. 'Later.-: Mrs Griffith, discovered vhe bottlo ;br. ken, and could find only a small .portion of one tablet. This ov hlonce-.AVRS given by Mrs Griffith at the inquest into llic death of (lie child Charles Taylor, Government analyst,: said .(.lie pioce of tablet, contained suf licicr.t strychnine,.- in his opinion to kill a 13 months old hany. A -verdict) of accidental deal.i- was given.,

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

ARDLETHAN RAECS i ~ ° : ~ > i ; A rase lnaoLinK undor the auspices of the .Ardlethaiv Haco Glufo will be. lielol ati'A'i'dlof Man : on Satunjax^gE&t-fr? 'May £85 prize moijey will Ve 'given for (lie programme ot! six vanes. En tries close.on Saturday next, 5Ui May A special train will leave Ardletliiin Tor Temora and other -stations at 7 ii.in.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALF MOONS v. RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

.'HALF MOONS v. RESERVES ^:,r>y:%>r ' TThe first' match- to be played on Sunday foniUlievlocal -ptround will be between - tlio tHalf Moons and- the lies ervo team.' , ,

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

"Read^tlie glad news!" on the.posters ' .^Peruse-the-good -, news In-;, ."the 'Press," > Cut- out -curd^; dopes, achieve. your -best hopes, . ' There's something to ease your dis tress ( '/Read .the good news;.1, and' he cheerful y';No' longer that bad cold endure; Cease to be tearful; do not; ho fearful I to Take '/ Woods'i .Great. Peppermint I : ., Cure. .-v

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

THE KING'St ENGLISH. t —13yArrangements- Avilh t.lie : "Bullotin".

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSING FIAT Found at Blow Clear Police to Rescue [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

MISSING FIAT Found-at-Blow Clear Police to Rescue In the quiet-hours of Sunday morn . "ne—7.30 o'clock—a "baby" Fiat car, . which stood outside the garage of IT. ' •,V. lirown and- Co., Church .Street,.1 vVcst Wyalong, was loisnd to be mis- ! sing • ; A diligent search was made :'n 'he ■•own. Likely places were cpmbed hi ho hope of locating the missing veil* •clo,'-i»wt. :ir llii>! proved fruitless.-the >oliee were notified and the hunt bc ;an in earnSst. . Sergeant Johnston, First-class Gon -.lahle Sullivan and Constable Shark >y were quickly: in pursuit.•From. :"n lorniat.ion-received, they proceeded l.o lie Blow Clear district and near *.Ii3 iroperty of- Mr. Perry tiie Fiat, was "ecovered,. seated in which wore ;.wo •ocnl lads. :'. The -mystery." surrounding l.ho .lis-. 'ippcarance of.:lhc. car:caused the po!-. • •ce no end of'Mirouhle, as practically < wt;ry station01 in the; district was np "rised of 1110'Blatter and 'Instructions 'spued to hertp a sharp loo...

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

KING BQTTLE-0 ' "Any Bags, any Bones, any Bottles—To-day "Any L'ags, any bciios, r Ally bottles—to-day?1' ' •TUero.. iniKlil ' have lie-oil sumo yGS lorday—or las(..:V.'CGU, ■ lmt not .'to-day! 1 A. Soidel, King of Tiodlo-O's, lias clcunect up. "Yass during the last 1" ■weeks;, and < departed lo anolhor dis trict. Ho war, not idle (luring: those twelve .weeks.-hero Ho gnlliorcd up dozen empty beer "bottles—2070 •rtozfiii foi1 Rcsch's and'' 1320 dozen -ior.. Tooth's Think.o£ tlio'lon^ loiip: Kiirglo duv ,'iiiK. the .hot months out oL' those '10752: goodly boor hollies—about 122,250 drinks. It ;nwslr havo' boonthe c.touiv isii, surely!—"Tribune" Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Coughs and Colds, ■ never falls.'

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

/A* TUP, CLOUDS: *'/ cc*i iwi'lcTstaiid thc.m cd'ciiiatuKi the W( ujht.oJ the tilavs, ,(i7tu^ . rt»iHtthiHcc llii'ii /.')'(! jrohi the t,round, but what,(«.'«/« wo', '.yi> i !ib 'hou> llicu'tjut to know 'their1 nn'mis." r'i —I3y Arrangements^withvUie-vVBulletlnV^ ;; j

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEETHALLE DIGGERS Annual Re-union [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

WEETHALLE DIG GERS Annual Re-union (From our Correspondent)'!' On "'Wednesday : ■ evening, A in-j 1 C5 (An/.ac,, Day) the Wecthalle . Diggers'] held tlieir annual re-union in Mr. Mc-I Rorie's depot, 'which was kindly lout for the occasion. Dinner was announced,at:.9; o'clock when two ; minutes .silonce was ob served beforcsittingvdown. -The din ner was an excellent one. The President (Mr. Bruce) "iir open ing the. ceremony, pointed out in his speech,; that .this was the sccond re? union they had held in Weethalle, and lie ' hoped there would ' be auore -to. come, and: with a bigger attendance each time. I-Ie mentioned that it was, thirteen years: ago since, the landing: at Gallipoli. and a few of them would be getting along in age now, bin lie, trusted they .would still remember. An-; zac Day and attend the re-unions as long as they were able. _ Alter the President had : finished: his speech, the first toast was hon ored, that of the King. _ , _ i ,, . Then Mr. It. Clarke obliged; ,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

Start...of 10,000 .miles ..Treik— ..Th^ ;^IacRobertson ■ ^Expedition leaving Melbourne from the steps . of Earlia- ment !;IIouserfor. tlie'iiv'icoastTUne:;jourr-' ney around Australia. Mr hlacRob&son thei "Chocolate'-King" who. is':ilh ancing tlio expedition is harlced""X" "V (»i " MacRobertson . Expedition around" Austraalia. — The routerwhicli the expedition ..Tv'iU- follow, ^est,ward from Melbourne. The .provision of fijel and oil supplies for the expedition's giant six-wheeled Karrier Trans port entailed the organisation of 10,000 miles of route the greater pat-t .of which is through undeveloped territory. -The Shell Company, wlio carried out the supply arrangements, have appointed a special representative,..to accompany, the expedition. . . .. . . ' ■ ■ •

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

rs at New Low Prices! Australian. manufacture of Goodyear, i Tyres and Tubes has made possible a< •V-.- ' ^ i.i: -f • substantial reduction of prices, , whiles retaining exactly the same high quality ' 1 ofprdduct, for which-Goodyear is famous - the world over. ' ; .• See us tb;day .^r-;and get the new low pirice -for your size ^jjodyear;1 It• Will;' surprise . youv WEST WYALONG /■ ,'1" '' ::=.^ . >*. 4 * J recognise this obligation bisclct"the y£ars slip-by without making pro vision.■ '" - 1' ; The oHly safe way to ensure protection is by means of Life Assurance—and the finger you leave irthe higher the premium.to be paid. ■ For your, protection, for your peace of-mind, .and in.thein. teres ts of economy take the first step. Without delay. Talk it over with o,ur represent ative, who will gladly give you the benefit of his expert advice...- ■».- • ->«,v PRODUCERslcrlZENS COrOPERATIVEASSURANCE COY. OF AUSTRALIA •.<Jt ;v. •• r t L;TJD.i s tj 114-120 CAStt-E...

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

water-for-'sot /''".West'1' '*V 1 Major A. D. Reid, M.L.A., says i that Ihe South' -Western Water Supply Scheme Willi be n'ctively pvislte<l ahead Mr; . Butterishaw,.-: .Minister for :\Vorks; said he saw, no reasoii .wliy if< the mon ey .'was .made available as.' required the whole work should not be tiomplc ted within two years. At last'it seems that our dreams'will soon'lie realised.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR 100 WORKERS TOUR OF Europe, £250 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

for im Workers four of Europe,. £250 Arrangements are being made for ; a workers' delegation to /leave Mel bourne on'■ tlie Oronsdy, <?n April '2, 192!), for Britian and , the Continent, ; udder the auspicies of the Workers' Travel Association. The cost will be £360-for each, member of the party, which is to be limited to 100. The fare is inclusive of all necessary ex penses on sea and land. The party will trave, second class >by: ^teamen antt/third' class oon i the railways. The Australian representa tive of the'delegation-is Mr. W. H. ■ jHtilse, to :whom the the . tour was 'suggested. by members of the Labor -:Party in England. -■ i -j

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVER BORDER 300 Miles with Stolen Wool Arrest at Dubbo ST GEORGE(Qld) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 1 May 1928

OYER BORDER r ■ I /_ - W >h>&. :■ 300 Miles with^Stoicivi ■"tv^-r... '\Wooi: " J1 *i i , •> Arres| at Dttbb'o ffo*** »* / •* i When Geoige KoIly.^yeU^S-J^ arid 0corse King, aged 20; ■Jijcmlod'./niilly al. I he Dirranbamli Coii^t'to.? a 'charge of luivuic; nfoleu wool valued at £120, (lie .proDQi-ty of the Australian Pn?; . _l.oi'al<Qo.,:-frpm; Dumvinnnle sltlingi ' in (ho St- George district, ::they told an .extraordinary slory - qf,*a cross coun try di^vo;from Forbes, across l.lie bor 1 dcrtv nJui'.haCk to Duhbo, - where they were arrested. . i"--' ■— A'?-TJiqy'tlejjt ;Forbos. ini-jivmotor .lorry, 'iji .Bc^rcji^pf^-bmijloym^?]!,, tliey told Messi's^ioar^aiid Cott'rell; J's.P. They reached Dunwlnnie without fmc'ing work, an'd's'ooiiiK a Irupk load of wool tlvcre^losfdcft four balps on the truol;. and drove, back to New South AVales through' the Moone bolder gale ■ Four items on the uOO-iulle drive to Dubbo, the lorry was bogged, and 'tiioy" had "to",lake ...

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