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Bundaburra Sold [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
Bundaburra Sold : The rumored sale of, the, Bundaburra. Station, Forbos, to Mr. P. McGSit, M.L.C. lias' been confirmed. The Strickland family -held Bundaburra since 1837. Mr. Sliaw Strickland was the last of,the family; to hold, tho pro perty, and;he has now-■ sold it to Mi. P. McGirr. : Mr; Strickland points out that Bundaburra was. the first station to be fenced: on the LachUm—that was in the early sixties—and hundreds of horses were, placed there for safety by the miners at 2/6 per head.
SEND-OFF AT- BALLARA Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Morris [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
SEND-OFF AT- BAL LARA Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Morris 1 '•'> ,1''r ' • /,vv ^ ; ;A jVGi'yi pleasant,, function .wasUield; on. Fridaly evening last, 27th' Aprii,; wlieiis the many friends: of .Mr. .and, Mrs; J. C.m Morris' aiul vlainily aiid Mw ■ MacLeod;; who - are leaving the dis trict, assembled at Ballnra" to wish' hem,!^snccesB--in their ; ijicw : home.' Though:. . oiily-'resklcnts of; the .West Wyaioiig, district' for 2 ydars, it Jpeaks vvolumes for1 the esteem : :iv ; which they.were- held, by the^ large t mil' representative gathering" •••> ilia: ';amo along; 011 .this occasion. • • During the• evening, dancing and-, oards were: engaged in and about, mid light - a sumptuous supper ; wasi-Ber-; Vert by the ladies. ' / After justice had been done to the Tood things, Mr. Kevin : Kelly tools. Ihe chair, and- In a voi-y^Sitting speech, '('.ufc>3lsed . • the many food; qualities of the Moi'rls family.' lie was ably supported by Messrs. Prest, Taylor; Howe; Dunleavy, Apps • and •...
NEW ORCHESTRA For Ungarie [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
NEW ORCHESTRA For Ungarie A new orchestra, styled the "Black | Cat," has just been organised at Un ! giuic, comprising j)iano, violin, cornet and drums. Mr. G. T. Schmidt, well known in AVyalong, is a prime mover, and . looks forward to a successful time for the combination. Those wishing to secure the services of the orchestra are advised to iing 72 and S5, Ungarlo. : .
BIG BILLIARDS Lindrum Leading (BY WIRE), Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
BIG BILLIARDS Liiulnim Leading (BY WIRE),, Sydney Fridays In Uie-*biiliard.;iiiatch,',Iiiiulrum ,ver> 1 ' ■ 1''';i'r *1 , - ■ ■ sus McConacliy, the- latest scores'are Lindrum (111 'play) 59-15; McConacliy. ■Mil. , i
A PIONEER PASSES. Mr. W. Towers, Senr. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
A PIONEER PASSES. ■ —-—: -O Mr. W. Towers, Soiir. .One of the pioneers of the State, and | a highly respected resident of the | Tullibigeal: district, in :■ the person of i Mr.-: William: Towers, sem\, passed over;.io; the Great-Unknown at 9.30, this morning,-, after, an. illness extend-) ing' over., the past four months. De? ceased was 67 years of age. : \; The late Miv .Towers :(was .a native... of Parraniatta, his early life being i spent in that historic town- and. in ,theA | 'femora district. Twenty years ago— long before the. lino extended., beyond. West Wyalong—Mr. Towers :took up. land in'the'Tullibigeal,district;,where he.carried on farming and grazing. De spite the handicap of long,distances. ;from:tthe : rail .head/ he and '. his .wife.* contrived "to make ends.meet,".; at-the. same- time rearing a largo family of eight sons and daughters. When at ilengtlr ;the , West Wyalong-Cargelligo; -liner,was constructed, Mr;. Towersslaid ■the ..foundation, ot the now progressive to...
ROSEHILL RACES "Advocate" Selections MAIDEN HURDLE RACE, Abt. 2 miles (1.30) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
ROSEHILL RACES "Advocate" Selections ' ;;;\ ■ - i -i.ri MAIDEN.HURDLE'RACE, Abt. 2 miles (1.30) tedwin 1 Garaock 2 • • . Vanock 3 AUBURN-HANDICAP, 6 Fur. (2.5) BUNKUM 1 Golden Grist 2 Factor 3 GRANVILLE STAKES, 1 mile (2.40) trahere 1 Frodwill 2 , Lady Mulyan 1. 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP,"-6, Fur. (3.15) renoir ' .. .. 1 Kavalll ,.. .. 2 Cleave 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP/, 1JM, (3^5) CUMERLONG 1 Boonalla ' 2 Lady'Clata, 3 HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP, .7f. (4.20) sir|ai,len 1 Cute Bird 2 Piincess Maggie 3
FIGHTING IN CHINA Jap. Houses Looted (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FIGHTING IN CHINA Jap. Houses Looted (BY WIRE) •' Sydney Friday A,;cable from Shanghai, states \ha:. t.lip.. occupation ot Tsinanfu by Uio. 'Nationalists-was followed, by great disorder,^ necessitating llie\ interven tion of Japanese .forces. (Genoral Chiang Kal Shelc was un able to control liis forces, who nrc looting the*.Tapaneso houses,Zcansin^ the •• latter's troops to intervene. ■' They fired -on- the Nationalists, and there were causiialties on both sides. Fighting is still in progress.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS, AN1) PJIOCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG G. P. EVANS ; poramissioner for AITUlavits foi .ijftv., Vic., S.A., and Tasmania. HT-J.. ENGLERT , Telephone No. 23. ■n e/ Mackenzie"' SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, PROCTOK MAIN STREET ' J WEST WYALONG R. BRUCE BLQORE Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor, MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG Tel. No. 74 [W. J. MACDONALD Dental Surgeon MENTOR CHAMBERS (Opposite Souden's) MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG ! F. PLACKETT DENTAL SURGEON Opposite BanU N.S/W. - -■■■ CHURCH ST., WEST WYALONG. p. STUART WILLIAMS ' ARCHITECT W j MAIN ST.. WEST WYALONG, (Registered by the Board ol Archl. Itects of N.S.W.) j^Ienry Hclman, M.I.A. I CERTIFICATED ARCHITECT' | Experts In Modern Building Design, jSewerage and Hot Water Installa. jtions. j Mentor Chambers, West Wyalong ! Phone 24. Box 11 | .1. O. Anderson, Representative. jc. E. WALLDER & CO. Land Salesmen ]6tock & Station Agents, Auctioneers MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG j liranch...
1/- LESS Basic Wage Reduced [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
1/- LESS I Basic Wage Reduced When employees in. practically all Industries covered by Federal awards are paid at the end' of this week they, ,vill find their pay envelopes contain ing V less than they did Jast,week.i 'J'lie decreeas'e is consequents upon , the Commonwealth Statistician, " upon whose calculations the Federal,, basic, wage is based, having found that^tlie cost of living in Sydney, ,in the -Uireo months from December .to March, was' 1/ per week cheaper to the basic, wage man than it was for the preced ing quarter.
DAVIS CUP The Draw Hopman Off His Game (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
Siyis cup- : The Draw Hopmiiri Off His Game | (BY WIRE) ■ . ,. Sydney Friday A cable ffroni Genoa via. London stales itliat tho Davis Cbfi nialch, Australia- versus Italy, .commences :oi: Saturday, ITopman i^r right off his game, and Crawford, "audi Patterson will- have i to play botfy .the singles and doubles .■ ■ Crawford, is now fighting _ a. &lt;lieavyi cold. • .... &lt;■ The ■ drawv is:-^- Saturday:'Demor purgo:, versus . Crawford; : Stefani ; ver sus Patterson; Sunday: Demorpurgo and-, |Goslini .versus .'Patterson' and Crawford;it .Monday: Demorpurgo ver sus .-Patterson; Stefani versus Craw ford. . , i.