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A TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901

A TO'.VN IIAkL.' The Wynlong Council li'ivo now takon up tin! matter of erect intra Town Hill. This lSj iti my opinion, ;i move in' the riglit directum, .and yo-ira ii"o Wy^ilonir should liavo b'en aUlo 'to beast of a Town Hull. Spoalutig independently, [ Uiink some discretion should In; made —if it is decided to erect sucli a stvuc tnro—as to where thn silo should l>e. Of course, we know tint a new comer who visits our township nover recog nises for one niou>Ont that Wyalon" and West Wy-.Jl unR aro twosepante townships—-especially when he can seo thb wholo surroundings t.hiokly Populated. I alsj believe i-li-it' i" tha near fntur-.> we slnlt svo 'he muni cipal boundary ex(end-d past the West end—and what emi>hasi-cs this bo lief more in my mind is that santitary laws will noeessitato a contioling municipal body in our midst. The oldor a town gets, greater, generally, is tho population—and then soma practical t-<I", or scheme, must bft brought into evidence to...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 11 May 1901

OUR SOLDIERS Wyalong was at its best behaviour on Thursday to welcome the return from South Africa of four members of the Australian Contingent, viz., troop- ers Hughes, Picot, Whitehead, and Cairns. A committee had been working hard   to make all necessary preparation for the fitting reception of our soldiers, and although the time was exceedingly     short, they achieved the object fully up to the mark, and the President of the Rifle Club, Mr. R. A. Collie, the two Sees. Messrs. Gelling and Hodge, and the members of the Committee deserve   every credit for the success of the whole affair. A large party went, out to meet the soldiers. They were led by the Wya- long Fife and Drum Baud and the West Wyalong Brass Band. On pas- sing through Wyalong, Mr. Vout had the school children lined up on each side of the road, and as the procession passed through the band played and crowd cheered. The same order pre- vailed at West Wyalong. On a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

For .Children* Backing -Coughs -at nigHt- -' Woods Great Popperimnt Cure.- 1/6 A portion of'a letter received" by Mr-' Joe Thompson fro:u a well-known officer and sportsman at the-front- willj. • I t hink, saj'o tlio Special Commissioned in London ' Sp u-tsni-m,'amuse readers.. Tho'writer beg'ns by stucing "It is ' just on (li!i-cards that I inly see tho Derby run this year; but I sue no im>' raediatf) chanoo of getting I101110 at present;. Wc have lmd enough of Si' A. for the bilno being,.- and' require <u '■ change of air." Then In: adds, "By' Jove, Thompson, 'yonou^hb to be proud ■" of those Australians of yours. I ha\V ' been with them at limes, and bheyam ' toppers. I wish I had a commando of?' a thousand of them, and then I'd tak&> 1000 to 2 from j'ou t»n bimes about catching De Web in a* month. Tho Government might help you bo settle,, if 1 picked tho winner." There is one best in everything—t the best Auctioneer .and Salesman iy " Wally," next Po...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Scene of Magnificence. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

A Scene of Magnifi cence. Melbourne, Thursday.—Ten minutes ! sifter the huge (ioois of the sou'hern entrance of the Exhibition Building were opened this morning, ovor 4000' people poured into the various allotted sections. TIiimico until 11 o'clock thousands more .streamed in, until the entire seating capacity of the greafc flnor was taxed to tli<' utmost. There were 1%000 people assembled to witness tin* ceremony. I Seated at the western end of the main lmll, one could see across 200 • v.rds of closely packed heads, a blurred; m iss of Royal purple and black, end' jii«r in a distMnoc. of misty nothing*1®38-' A step upon the organ g«ll«ry brought into view a middle distance of red and g .Id unifoitns on the Royal dais, and if an intrepid visitor had scaled the lofty organ pipes themselves he would have seen tlie sight of a life-time. Every man wore black, and, almost • .without exception, toyed with a'sillc hat, the- sign of manhood these times j in Melbourne. Every lady ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

AT' WY ALON'o. si''nil-it* p.MCHodin^< fcoolc pl-to), thci ro povt or vvliicli will ;ip;toar in o'tr noxt issue. Plough Sii-iros mako:!, and all Mass«y FI in* is cultivator parts in stoc:t. H. Soudsx. Mi- Arthur B.ilfour, in addressing a I'ur^c! ni siting of tlio friinrom Ln.jm in tlio A'bort-liiul,- London, sbiteJ that tin country ivn u.iwiver in^ in a ditoiMiitiutioii to brin^ t'io war in Squill At'i'ic i to a sujJu'sst'ui end.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hoisting the Flag [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Hoistiug the Mag A lat'ge gathering of people took place at^Wyalong and West. Wyalong on Tuesday-to witness I lie' hoisting of the Union Jack'at the Public Sehools in honor of the opening of the first Australian Conmonwealth Parliament. .A t West Wyalong the school chil dren, under the guidance of Mr Wal lace and Alias Fras.n-, met at the True Blue mine, and, headed by the brass band, marched through the snveis to the school ground, where prepara tions had been made to hoist the flag and hold a monster picnic and sports The procession was an imposing sight —many people wondering where they all came from—the. children carrying I gay fla^.s .and appearing perfecily hap py, marched along like an army of young soldiers. A committee of. ladies and gentle men had been- busily engaged for some days making prepara'ions, and collectors had been making a tour of the business and private places, and succeeded in getting a large amount of supplies. In addition, the children had collected a good...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

"Good Wtxe-iMsecU uo'6usIij" Buk • it. oninoc to i often pointed out fchnfc w'i<!ii you go to the city there is one p!-u:c—n-^'V roco^nisod as ono of Mjh •' <■>£ th'3 city,' tlut no matter tio.v ofti-n you have bi;i-n \ji;£orlo, you should visit a.;auv —that is (ha Oylo rama, for constant changes vre b'in;.; tna in to moot the pnblia dem ind. The la'est aiklittoa is an ux:e!l.vit up t ) datt! L'linici'o Oiuonrit i^pipho, tvith a nii'iilvr of iufc'M'cstm-; and liumoiom iihrn. The buH-tig'it, alone is wnr'.h thi: modest shilling that admits the visitor to tlie (Jyoiorain i and tliu host of sido shows, whiuh havo rocently been added to this popular place of pastime and prolir..*

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vachting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

"Ill a tr>ftl sp:.n at Southampton, Sir Thomas Lip''n'- • o v challenger for tlio covrt'd .. in i dean Cii;> Shamrock TI, easily d f.iatcil Sham, nek I, (Iks unsuccessful challenger of IMS!). This is j.iOiisriiit iiisUnd. 'Plio new challenger is at an entirely dideretU (ln i:,ri In her sKlvr c:aic, having what is termed a cod's ho.id mid a mackerel tail. T'" brave li'pto" lo-jk.s forward to Uncle !S an alesson this t,im", and li is stated : hat Slmmi-nek I[ \v i11 prove a, voritabl'V cu; opener to the fertile Yankee. Til a I, .sin; may be, is, of emu-re, the sinoeio wish of every ti ne jHritishc-r. Little by little, in each succossiv contest, Wo have been getting closer and closer t.o tlir? f«nious Cup, and it is quite po si'ilu' ill it .Shamrock II will no the trick—lit any rut", let's hope £0— " it'.s ;i king la.no, ctu."

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

BRIEF ITEMS The schools procession and sports wore a big success. Some of tlie local ladies are anxious to know when some more of our sol ( iois ,ire leturning. Thev so much enjoyed l.,st Thursdays* social that it lives topmost in their memory. The next reception will be given to Trooper NccUI, w|io]las |1CRn mention ed iu despatches for special honors. The soldiers who have just returned to Wyalong say that the gun taken by the N<iw Zoaknders was reallv cap ' Cured by the NS.W. men, and thab Trooper Neeld was the 'first man to lay hold of it. He was closely follow ed by. the other Wyalong bovs. Oue of the.hardships experienced by o-.iv boys was the want of grog to keep tlisir spirits up, Every town reached promptly liad the hotels guarded and no grog could lie obtained unless an order signed by the officer in command was produced. . But the difficulty was often over come by writing an order and signin" the officer's name. ° Trooper Picot, although in somei of the hottest...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Crick at Dubbo. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Mr. Oricfc at Dubbo. •■Daring.a speech at-Dirbbo on Thurs day last, Atr. Orick, Minister for Lands, S'lid lie intended to keep the . r.tbbit question, as we l.as land matters, under his own personal supervision. He had 'lecid.-d that reduction unler appraise ment should d ite from ,; the date of application. If the Government. sur vived the vote of censure,, the first bill ■would lie one to-'place therabtiit q te-' tion undel'- district boards, partly nominative, partly elective, and to declare the whole colony rabbit infe-itpd The State Government would advance wire-net!ing to' the boards for'sale to holders,, tin; holdings-; to be grouped, and would pay 5():per cent, of'.the co-it where the boundary ran along; Crown Lands. He was not in. f ivor of trent ing present tenants harshly, and would throw open a tuition acres iti the' ye «r. and let the -balance on a system of improvem -nt leases. lie had itlrenly suspended Crown ients,iothe"* mount of £100;000; and • had- the Stite Cabin...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. Sydney, Wednesday, 8th May. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

[by prodigal.] Sydney,- Wotlno^ljiv, .silt May;' The Thr'£ ;• At "Warwick Farm 01 Saturday Joo Burton hud two wins. Alice Moityn Rcscuviii" tlw Steward's XUle, and IJjIlomin llie Warwick ITandiosYp. / Ill tin; ei.rly part rf tlio Warwick Handicap. Benedick created a a;ns - tion by gutting fully twenty loiigths in front, but J3»lIom'n i>nd Bir One soon reduced his advantage, and at tj'.Vc. home turn, though still s^x lengths in th" lend, Bullomin ran him down ill - the straight winuing rather easily ffoin the Lochiel gelding. ' Benedick gets into hisntiidc quicker than most horses, but lie also hus the lmbit of faih'ng in the last furlong,, when His.finishing ellbrt becoiuoy very" \yeak.' ' Tw i novices in the jumping bra noss —in Siaiuand Champion—•were among the star tore for the IJnrdlo .Race, and efich acquitted him.self in much he tor Style, than beainners are wont to do. They junv, cd the la,11 hu'dle almost, level with the orlds on f-ivorite, ['ill : Mdnton ; and though lie...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Gloss Just like China. A Clever Idea It is tmsy to get a. Gloss Just Like China on Lincm i you go the ri^ht way iibout :t. Tiio right and easy way is to uso BYRON LINEN GLOSS, It is not ;i.dded to the Starch but ruboed on dry. Therein no sticking, no mess r.url no muddle. You will thus get u licau'iful glons 011 Linen. A Shilling puclo't will lust for tw*lvc mouths. The Genoi'ul Busiurss Co., 334 George-street, Sydney. v

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

'OOTBALL * FLASHES. - SCHUM.' Downcast Juniors—elated Seniors ! x Result of hist' scuffle—Seniors 6, Juniors nil. x Did you sec nil (lie Seniors at church on Sunday night—after their victory. x The Seniors liad a strong and willins teaiii, and at times some splutidid passing was shown. x The Leonard's find Lynch'a Flew like ImU-finchcs! The little Juniors were atagseiecl, And looked tired und liuggttred. The game was won by 6 to nil— Not without a row aul m*my a spill— Spectators barracking for nil they wera worth, Advising the Juniors to neud them to earth. X A great deal of time was lost, and wasted, from the line throw:in—both teams alike. x In nearly every instance it resulted in u deliberate " knock On"—and a five yards scrum should have been given hy the referee. "; , x /'<-> I also think proper goal-posts would Lie an acquisition to the ground. , x To pi iy Rugby ia Wyalong it is almost » necessity that one should have his life insured. x The Senior team, up to ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

STATUTORY' DECLARATION. T, Wir i-'am .VcCiAiiTtiv,' of - MdG rat h's-11111;, neir 'Windsor, iii' Hi<- Colony of New .South- AValca, do boIpjwiJv i:rxl - Wncp c-!y d< pi are. rli.it I 'have-rare- : fully read «he jumoScd ri.-oiunc.*»f, (••".nristw,|r.p£ ekvgn foHn.», wirl icusi ourivo'ty nuu»{ioml from vi:'.'. toeleum, »»'*» lliat.it, u tr ';«» j«- d fnii'.tftii uet-puiit rf my Illness t.v > iuno'.t.s To:!»y<>ud.ftlHo conttiin* i>iy"lull jr-r»n:-.'-irm to }«i:<li*h thf? same in any way :-ViVtt! 1 i-v is pMf;inn.<lcc:'nntlon :t:oo. 8ciumin\i:1v t»_:*f. ;U* y»nu» lo .he t '.TvC;' find by .virtue o'r iI.p • h>vi'Wi;* <4 nti Act" n»aiU' ai <1 vrtsse«' in the ninth .w r of I' t* Mvjrn'ot her pr^crit '.hij^Jyv. '.huil'jlcd " AnArl fei Uu- menoelVe' ;n \' abolition .(<( • nU»s,fti>/l Alth'}i>idi>jiiv fctKcri urnlm-na-in the v/iri«"-u-» Uopr.i'tnH'r l^of t'.i liovcfmiio-ii: «f .New .S...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Divine Servioes. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. Mfty fi—11, Mr. Bannister7, Mr Chaunon 32—7,' MY. Clmnnon. 19—11. Mr. Bannister; 7, Mr Charinon 26—7. Ituv, Q. \V. ffatton.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

A full i'i;po t of of yesterday's Court proceedings is unavoidably hold over till next isaue.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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St. Barnaba[?] West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

St. .Bnrnuba*' We3t "VVvaloncr. ilay 5—7,' Air. Bannister. 12—11, nnd 7, Mr. Bannister. 19—7, Sir. Bannister. 26—II, Ke.v..G. W. Ratten; .7, .Mr. Bannistui-. G. W. Kaftan, Incumbent.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Holman, M.P., At West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Holmxn, At- West Wyalong, . Mr. W. A. Floiiuan, M.P ,'addressed .£he electors : ih the Qddfellows' Hall on'Monday." nigh t. Tlie meeting did not start till 9 p.m.—and this d'-l.Ly was not caused through any uiishap,' but throu;jh 'the'the thought fulness of Mr..Jrlohnan, in delaying the starting' hour so as not. to interfere with the Roman Catholic mission service. "" " Notwithstanding the lateness of the hour, the liall was well tilled by an order'y and appreciative audience.' Mr. I). Williams whs voted to the chair, and in felitkms terms intro duced the speaker. Mr. Il'iluiiin .spoke.1 for. nearly tvo hours, anil admirably" dealt with the burning political questions of th's (I <y. 'JL'ney included the Fiscal i^n, ■the principles or the Labor Partv, the hniu'lits of a Compulsory Arbitration Bill, a State Burtic, and many other mallow. J A nnatn-'Hius vote of conlileuoci wiw passed in the candidate oil the motion of Mr! ll.nlyar, scoou'lcd by Mr. Kmuirfci". [We hive a.det...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

11 Good Wine needs 110 bush." But it cannot b 1 too often-pointed out'that when you go to the city there is One place—now recognised as"'-one of the •'sights of ;hu city,' that 110 matter how often you Imvy be<-n before, you should visit anni'i — rhnt is the Cyelo ratua, for constant chnnees vro b<-iu£ made to meet, the public demand. The latest addiiion is an nxrei'eiit, up tu dale Luniii re Uinoiiialo^raphe., with a number of in!"resting and liuinoious li I ins. The. li'ill-IUiiit; alonn is worth the njtw 1t shilling that admits the visitor to t.ho (Jveloi'ani 1 and the host of side shows, which have recent Iv been added to this popular placo of astiine find profit,.''1 An application to oust, an Alderman 011 the ground ill it at. his eh-etion lie was an nucert ilieated bankrupt, was liufo'C t.'ie Full Co'ii-t l ist week. Nihiii .t do ■eiivn1,.:, ! eiz>'d by tlio ]lus:-,i til polVe, show that Paris and London were t,:io Cunti'L'i the latest conspi;' iey. T...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wesleyan Services. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 May 1901

Wesloyau Pervious. AJAY. Gtli "West Wyalnn^ 11 ; Mnuni; View. 3 "Wyalong 7, ,0- CI. Wniliom. West Wynlnng 7, ('!• 'i'- Ooolt-', AVamboyne 3, J. Wood.-. ' ■ 12th Bona 11; Binwitha 3.30; WosfcWya long 7, 0. G- WalUom- ■'VVy'alonEC 7. C. r. Cook. 10th West Wvalony 11'; Milgai 3 ; Wya long 7. G..G,''W,:ilk<u;i. West Wyaloii" . .. 7i0'X. ftook.. Waniboyno 3, Q-Woods. 27th Wnmboyne 11; West Wyalong 7, C G. Walkom- Wyalons? 7, C, T. Cook Marriages are solemnised and other rites of-the Church administered by tlio Circuit Minister. All seats froo- All urn welcome. C G Walkom

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