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Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Wheat Market. II. R. Carter and Co., Wheat Brok ers, Sydney, report as under :— Wheat: The market is entirely un changed locally, and 2s 7d is the ut most that can be got for first-class quality and all prices down to 2s 3d according to condition. There is still a moderate demand for intercolonial purposes, but that is necessarily limited. A fair amount o£ shipment to Europe has taken place under con ditions that promise a loss to the ship pers. European markets have fallen about 6d per quarter during the week, making the position still worse, as no concession can be got in freight. Ship owners have the position in their hands, and will not close under 37s 3d for cargoes and 35s for parcels, at which occasional business is done. South Australia continues very quiet at about 2s 7£d and Victoria at the same price, with very little disposition to operate on the part of the shippers and millers. Harrisan, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., report. The supplies coming forward at present bring suff...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Match. WYALONG v. WEST WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Cricket Match. WYALONG v. WEST WYALONG. Wyalong and West Wyalong-.played their second match of the season afc Baronia Park on Saturday afternoon, the former gaining a victory by 8 wickets. Grieves again i bowled re markably well for the winning team. Conjoined are the scores :— "West Wyalong. . ■ Hickey, run out ... ... 15 G. Ivearns, c Helyai', b Grieves 0 J. Lynch, run out .. ... .2 W. Stewerald, b Channon T. Kearns b Grieves R,Kearnsi b Grieves ... J. Leonard, c Toole, b Grieves... I". H\ilm, b Channon Arthurs, c Helyar, b Grieves... Jones, not out ... Navin, run out ., ... Sundries .. ... ... Total .. ... ... 33 Wyalong. Ferguson, c Navin, b Hickey... 11 Channon, not out ... 17 Lynch, b Hickey ... ' ... 8 Withers, not out .. ... 0 Two for ... .. 36

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. COMMONWEALTH CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

S\ dru-y, Friday. COMMONWEALTH CELE 1! RATIONS The Commoiiwua'th organi<in<; con>initt'-e surest iliar, racing aq lalic cat 11iv'iil.s lie lie ct on ls: J-uiunrv. The railwiiy fires will I>e n Lttle lt=ss than the single rates for ihe re turn j on niey.

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FRIDAY, Nov. 15, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

FRIDAY, .Nov. 15;. Before His Honor Judge Rogers, Q.O. Mr. Neeld also acceptccl a aeiit on the Bench. P*. A. Colme v. J. P. Meagher. Claim:—£200 duma es for alleged libel, continued in matter despatched in ,i telegram from West Wynloii" in connection with the Progress Commit tee-to Mr. llolmait, M.P. Mr.-- Harris (Barrister), instructed hy Mr. G. II. Forlies, appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs." E^aiis and Coon'in for defendant. The following jury were empan nelled :—-Mes rs C. T. Sherman, (fore man), P. Chudleigh, II M.rshall and J. H. Frazer. His Honor asked if a settlement could noi, ba niado, as it \vus not.-ri»ht to see two townsmen at logger heads all their lives. Both parties were agrceilile to try' and settle the case," a>id Hij Honor granted 10 minutes tb discuss the matter. When the Coun sel of the p-irties returned Mr Harris stated that thoy could not come to any agreement. Tlie case was then proceeded w.ilh, and Mr, II m is ably uddrcsi-e' the j'iry, laying the fa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

THE PREMIER. Tlio Premier Ih.-ivo* tonight for Br iid .vood, to lay the foundation stone of the new court liuu.se.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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ADULTERATED FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

ADULTERATED FOOD. Out of 339 samples of fond exam ined by the Govt, an-ilybt for the past voir, 119 have beau found to be udul ternted.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Justices of the Pkacr. The following Justices of the P.ao: ffrrc aworn in I• y 11 is Honor before Ui« court jirnccedings commencd : Messrs J. P, Ali'aiihcr, J. Connolly, W. S. Turn bull. A. B'igli and Dr. \V. S Willis.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Quarter Sessions. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1900 Before His Honor Mr. Justice Rogers, Q.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Quarter Sessions. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1900 Before His Honor ilr. Justice Hoye i-3, Q.C. Mr. V. N.'dd, sen., .J.P., occupied a sent, on thi; 15. ni:h. Tlic following iiieiiiliprs nf the lcynl profcM ion wore j-.rosent: Messrs G P. Evimi, \V. T. Cobnan, and G. II. Forbes. Mr. Harris (Uam'stor) acted as Crown Prosecutor ; Mr. Gardiner (slier iff's officer) and Mr. Beaver, (C.P.S ) were also in attendance.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before His Honor, Judge Rogers, Q.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

District Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before His Honor, Judge Rogers, Q.C. Meagher and Co., v. McGratii. 3\1 r. Evans appeared for the plaintiffs and Mr. Follies for 1 lie defendant". Olaiiii £78 8s 2d,' for goods'.'sold unci deliverd. Mr. J. P. Mesiglinr, mnnnger for M^a^lier iiiitl Co., Wes*. WyaloiiL', and William Eliint-t, collector for Messrs Mmglier and Co., give eviJurico on" bi'li i f of plaintiffs. His Honor gave la verdict for the amount ciaimi'd, and one witness's ex p«»s*-s. Til viitg the verdict lie said he Imped the plaintills would be liberal wit.ii defendant, us liti willed'.to have time to pay the amount. PI iiniiff promised that they would deul leniijiiily iii jjl^..iiyatjeiv The Court was' th n ad journed until the following morning.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Mr Knight's Concerts [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Mr Knight's Concerts There is nothing which appeals to our sympathies more, or challenges our admiration so much as the endeav or of those who are blind to help themselves, especially- when we con sider how gieat are the disadvantages under which t hey labor. Mr. Frank Knight, who intends giving a concert here on Tuesday night next, and a similar performance at Wyalong on Nov. 26th, will be assisted by souio of ihi' leading amateurs. He is in pos session of excellent picss notices and is, we bt-l'evc, a capable entertainer. The fact, too, that ho is working with a definite object, viz, the formation of a blmd musical company, similar to those existing in England and e^sr "here, should go far towards guaran teeing him tile generous *uppnrt of the people here. For farther particulars see next issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Female Servants Wanted. G-sneral Servants (C£) FOR THE TOWN & COUNTRY. ' Wages :—£l; 15s; 12a. Apply to WAL.LY BRAZIER, REGISTRY OFFICE, Oddfellows' Hall, West Wyaloiig. -MR. FRANK KNIGHT'S —OOGO - In tho ODDFELLOWS' HALL' WEST WYALONG, Next Tuesday. RANI") CONCBIl't' promoted by Frank K'liiiht (Blind), mid cx-pupil of tho Dtfif, Diiml) and Blind Iimtitutinn, Sydnoy, in^istad by aoino of the Leading Locul Ainnteurs. Doors open (it 7.30, commenco at 8 eharp. Popular l'rice'i—Front SoatH 2s, Buck In. Tho "West Wynlonpf Town Band *re kindly giving their services grutuitously, — TIIlItD APPK.UtANCE OF— Minstrel & Variety COMPANY. AT ODDFELLOWS' HALL, WEST — WIT ALONG-, Saturday, Nov. 17. AT SMITH'S ..HALL," BARMEDMAN, NOVEMBER 21 (Race Mglit)i AT 3mitli's Hall, Temora, NOVEMBER -2"2. Bigger, Better, Brighter timn Eve?. Grand Opening of our Brilliant New Artists. Prices as Usual :—3s, 2s, Is. ■Box Flan fttJVlr. A.. Eiiiiiiett'sj West Wyalo.ig, for November 17. WALLY BRAZI...

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Personal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Personal-Notes. The "Jledwood blunder" appears to have died a well deserved death. I ho public preferred to rend .about Jimmy imd Joe Governor. Bui. an other storm is brewing which will give the keenest pain to our finmnn Ca'ho lic fel ow citizens and liberal Protest ants, .and ,jo}r, t"0 full for words, to those who wallow in scandal where Christians are concerned. The storm will break on or about December 3rd next in the Divorce Court, King-street, brfore a special jury of twelve. The case is Con ningliam v. Conninghatii, Olla'-.-m, co-respondent. The'petitioner is Con ningham, the well known cricketer ; tin; respondent (t'ormerly Miss Dowl inj») is a rlai k-<\ed, dark-haired hand some woman of liberal proportions and commanding, statue, mid lie who is mimed as co-respondent is the Rev. Dr. O'Haran, of St. Maiy's Cathedral. Damages nets laid at £5000. Of course, the air is thick with rumours, bur. what is truthful or untruthful will come out in the washing -or ratlier t...

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Wyalong Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

wM' Wyalong Railway. Tho necessity of taking steps to havo •the fate of the Tomora-Wyalong rail rway proposal decided was urged on tho Minister for Works on Thursday by a deputation introduced by Mr. Barnes, M. L. A, Other mambers of the popular Chamber who showed by presence their sympathy with the project were Messrs, Wright, Kidd, Hurley, Edden and Richards. Mr. Barnes pleaded that there should bo 110 further delay He was associated ..■with others in a strngglo in favour of this route as being superior to its rivals, and while tho people intiested were willing to leave tho decision us to ,•• •. /the route to Parliament they considered .■it quite timo that Parliament was given an opportunity of voting upon it. In the course of a brief reply Mr. < .•'O'Sullivan said personally ho was in favour of the Temora-Wyalong pro posal, and the request of the deputn <> tiou had his full sympathy. Tho only D promise he felt himself in a position to glsko make, however,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Bush Sketches. RING BARKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

v.»— Bush Sketches. [By Xi.] RING -B ARKIX 0. A d an so nuisa of gum trees hiding tlio ugliness of a desolate swamp. Their heavy {ops nro the only green tilings for-miles »round. Many a /traveller blesses tlicm. Tn summer they give grateful shade from the sun > •in winter they break the fury of the. 'Westorloy winds and protect the ground from the frosts. Always, sum mer and winter, they are pleasing to 'iook upon. Now there are a variety of tints amongst.them. Some are dark brown, others light }'ello\v, others of Varying shades from yellow to brown. Says uiy companion. ' Those different tints and .shades are very beautiful. It puts one in mind of an English autumn.' 'There is no beauty in them for me.' ' Why is that ? I have hoard you grow quite'enthusiastic when talk ing about autumn scenes in the old -land.' 'Yes, English autumnal scenes ara very different to that. "When we see the leaves changing their colors there, we can admire .the beauty of it because we know that the tre...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Cycling Notes. From the .Dunlop 'Pneumatic Tyre Co., Ltd., IDS Flinders-street, Md'humta, The Five Miles Amateur Austra lasian Championship was decided in Brisbane lust week, and resulted in a win for W. Dowel ( Dunlops). C. A. Cameron, of-Sydney, represented New New South Wales, but could not finish closer than sixth. The places were filled by 11. Wilson and F. Richards. Tliis event was run in Sydney last year, and was won by Cameron, B. Goodson, the well-known amateur crack, lias turned professional, and will race with the cash riders for the future. Goodson's riding as an ama teur has stamped him a first-class pedaller, and lie should have a good future ahead. Good.son will make his debut as a professional rider at the Austral Race Meeting. A welcome addition has been made to our racing ranks by the arrival in Sydney of an American racing team consisting of J. Lawson (who has a world's competition record to his credit of 54secs for half a mile), J. M. Chapman, W. B. Vaughan and O...

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CROWN V. O'HARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Crown v. OTIai?e. Patrick O'Hare, on whs charged   with, on tho 19ili .June, 1900, at Ungarie', carnally knowing hi.s dangli ter, ls;il)i lhi O'liaio, a god 12 years. Tho r> 'llouiiu' jury wen? cmp;iniit !Icrt — llrssis'; li. Kii'fr (Kurmiiiiri). S, Untrrll. ,las. Connelly. .(no. Jilnios, I1' Cbannon, \V. Elloy. li. 0. Kerr, (J. Jlowslon, P 0. Hnn pnx, .Ino.' JSul.son, C. ,,-Lwdin^, ami .Ins. Howard. ■ Mr. ft. P. ICvnns appeared for tho ac cused, nnd Mr. Harris prosecuted oil behalf of I ho Crown. Accused pleaded not guilty.. - Mr. Harris placed tliu easy heforu tin; jnr.v in'ii. very able manner. The following witnesses wprc examined . Serjeant- P» tv.vswald. nn oath said : I am Serjeant of puiicn stationed :i.t W\along. Kecei-ed certain information on 12tn July. On the 13th, in company with constable Connolly and ]\lr. JWvorwunt to accused's residence, near Un^avin. Accused is a selector, and runs a mail contract. Ac cused. his wife and daughter were piesont wl.eu ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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P.A.H. and I. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

P.A.H. and I. Associa- tion. A committer meeting of the Wya- long district P. A. H. and I. Association was held at Hardigan's Hotel on Thursday night last. Present: Mr. S. Wilson (President) in the chair; Messes R. Gagie, W. Thom, T. Gelling, H. Sou- den, T. A. Crowe, J. J. Crowley, H. Helyar, F. Welby, and S. Isaacs (secre- tary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted on the motion   of Mr. Souden, seconded by Mr. Gagie.   A letter was read from the secretary of the Grenfell Association, asking if the local society would co-operate with   them in making up the district exhibit for the next Royal Easter Show in Sydney. They asked if the society could supply some Wyalong minerals, also the miniature battery exhibited at   the recent show—guaranteeing safe return of same and paying cost of transit. Mr. Thom proposed that the secre- tary write to the mine-owners request- ing them to send specimens through the local...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. By "FREEWHEEL." [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 17 November 1900

Cycling Notes. By ""FiIEKWHEEI,." The attendance at the Hospital sports was up to expectations and the. racing very good. The committee made a great mistake not having the settling on the niylit of the races, anil I hope at any fu'ure meetings the League will -see to. this for the si Ice of the visiting cyu'ists. Jack Walters with one uf his famous sprints won the " Wheel Race " amid great eheeiing. Old Jack was the happiest man on the ground after his son's papular win. Everybody congratulated him. ; I hear a m m nam -d Lynch, workim; in the''True Blue " drew fcho -winner in the sweep and that Jack Canipb-ll sold the lucky ticket, and also sold tin greatest number. Emory won the half-mile in great style and only managed to get third in the Wh'-el race. " Andy " repe ited his old. perforin ance, getting another second in the Wheel race. Try for first next time, Andy. Kins; provol himself a p'ueley rider by winning the M le H tudiuiip ®ff Ida mark in record time. His fall in the tina...

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News of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900

News of the The value of the fruit consumed in <3reat Britain every year is estimated at £10,000,000. At the closing of the Paris Exhibi- J tion 20,000,000 admission tickets re- [ roained-unsold. There-lias recently been a considers-! ble falling off in the shipments of kero j sene from New York to Australia. This year's shipments, as compared ■with those for 1899, show a decrease to date of over 600;300 cases. In New South Wales alone the decrease is esti mated as over 160,000 cases. "The Governor of Queensland has re ceived the following cable message from Lord Roberts: " A detachment of liien from your colony has started for home. I am sorry to lose such useful ,naen. I have always been able, tq re pose confidence in the Queensland con tingents without ever finding it mis placed." The tender of the Union Bridge'Co. •$f New York has been accepted for the1 construction Of a bridge over the Wol •'foridillyj near Goulburn* in connection ."With the Goulburn to Crookwell rai...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900

Proabyterian Church^ . Sunday, Nov 20th— Wyalong 11 a m; "Wesl Wynlong 7.SO p m Sunday, Dec. 2nd- - WEST WYALONG 11 ; am ; WY ALONG 7.30 p m Sunday, Deo 0th—Wyalong 11 a m ; West ' ' Wynlong 7.30 p in. E. N. Merrington, B. A.

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