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AUSTRALIANS WIN Tennis in South Africa (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
AUSTRALIANS WIN Tennis in South Africa i (BY WIRE) . •' , Sydney Friday,. . A cable from Capetown states that, tlies..-Australians continued - their ten . ins mWcheFi againstn :South... ;A£ric4. yesterday. !..Moon*;;and.'Cummings-v- (Australia), beat Condonjand Eaglestone,'-4-G, 0-3, C-l, 3-0,. 0-4. • V' Cumnun^s .versus Eaglestone,.. 6-8,. S-G, unfinished..^., : . I
LACHLAN SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
LACHLAN SHIRE COUNCIL f The-, following matters o£ interest, to readers, of. the "Advocate" were dealt with at; the meeting o£ the- Luch. Ian -Shire-, Council :-r— Letter from the Tnllibigeal branch of the.. Agricultural , Bureau, -^embody ing.a number of requests for.road im provements in that locality'and- sug gestions that a deputation meet lep resentatives.of the Council.to discuss the matters. It was resolved; .that it be left in the president's .hands and lie arraii^fi the-visit to Tnllibigeal. From Weja branch of the AgricuU Ulral Bureau,'asking for-the clearing of roani leadingi'from Monument Flat to Weja railway siding. (Referred to, the;acting engineer for report at" the earliest opportunity. From J. H. Harvey, Tnllibigeal, aslc ing for the opening of a road as per sketch supplied. Referred to the 'acting' engineer for report. . Fiom West Miiby branch of the Fanners , and Settlers , Association, asking for attention to .road between Smith's and Dale's-properties. .Resolved...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
1ADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Maltland street (nnar Fire Station) WEST WYA^ONG NEW BAKERY At Tallin) X WISH to notify the public of Tal fcnba andr district that I liave opened fc NEW AN DUP-TO-DATE BAKICK \ ft TaJliniba as from December 3. 'fly Motto: Cleanliness and Civility. UiVU MJS A TRIAL E. : J. BIGKLE WEST END BAKERY '■i . ■ WEST WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended to Deliver Bread in both (owns and de liver to all trains and all coaches. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes Civility and Good Service FRASER BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) TO PRESERVE EGGS ~at will POACH, BOIL cfFRV The on!y really pcrfect Effg Pret •rrcT i» "OVO." Simple to use (FAILURE IM POSSIBLE), while "OVO" gives results not obtainable by any other means. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Store keeper in thP State can obtain supplies for you through any Wholesale Grocery ^ House in Sydney or Newcastle. Eg?s put' away in "OVO" turn out perfect and may lie poached, boiled or f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
| Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, | Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mm* + ? willumbah, announce that they have pur 4* v ' I chased the Musical Instrument Business of • | MESSRS F. E.STARR & CO. $ % of West Wyalong, Temora and Forbes $ | McFARLAND'S are handling the aame high 1 grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: t * ♦ * + * t * % .4 ** 4" * * * * * * * z | The Public are invited to uispect the Largest * i1 ± Stock of Player Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords, $ | t j. Mandoline, Banjos, Accordeons, etc., etc., * I outside the cities. CASH OR EASY TERMS C.! McFARLAND, LTD | MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG ; | Also at Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Cor- I * * % ,owa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and | | Murwillumbah % The Leading Musical Instrument House * F. Crago & Sons, Ltd MILLERS, WEST WYALONG We are Buyers of Wheat in any Quantitv call or wiutb for' quoth, wheat stoiied. i ; AOfCNOIIilS, AT AI.I-. STATIONS. P HONES 07'AND 105. li * -T FREE .a. Wonderful...
SHEEP OWNER FINED Mustered Without Giving Notice [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
SHEEP OWNER FINED Mustered Without Giv ing Notice A very rarely used section of the i Pastures: Proctection Act was brouglu under notice aL tho _ Wagga Pollco Court, before Mr. D. P. Parker, P.M., on Tuesday, when - Petor Henry Nu gent proceeded against John L. Wall, of, Umbanga, for having mustered sheep without giving notice. The' complaint was laid under sec tion >160 of the "Pastures .'.'Protection Act; which provides that no owner of 50 sheep or 20 head' of stock, or niore, is permitted to muster them from a run for any purpose,-- without giving at least 24 hours' notice to adjoining landholders who owned a like num ber of sheep or stock. Evidence for the complainant show ed that the defendant held GO acres of land at Umbanga, and had mutilured his sheep without giving notice to tho compainant, who was a close neigh bor. Mr. Lusher, for the defence, said that it was not the custom in tho dis trict to give notice. The parties were close neighbors and the defendant had never p...
THE PLANT'S BANKER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
THE ^PLANT'S BANKER ' ,(By Gilbert B. I-Iunlcr, London) As soon as the woul banker is mentioned most people will think of cheques, overdrafts, cLc., but here ive mean to. deal • with another lcintl of banker, namely the plant's scien tific banker, the soil. The S9II has ■a considerable reserve of plant food,' which, although not immediately, can become absorable by the plants thanks to the various fermentations and decompositions which take place in this underworld. At the beginning of .the 19th cen tury the-chemist, decided to examine for himself the.quostion of the. soil's fertility, and in doing so said the far mer-,with scientific suggestions. Un fortunately-lie tried; to treat tlio soil as some inert thing, whose problems could be worked .out by mathematical formule; ^lie assumed that all there was to do was to analyse the boil and the crops and. so:,work out how much of ; cacti ingredient . (nitrogen, pros phoric acid .and potash) - would have to 'be resLored :to - tiie .soil ...
OIL! Tapped at Oriomo Expedition's Work [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
OIL! Tapped at Oriomo Expedition's Work (By E. L>. Walker, F.R.G;S.) The news .i that a ;,quantity v of .oil, of excollent quality has-bee; ntapped at 375ft, by : a "geograkk lc ■ BlSinile at 175ft. by a geological bore on tho Oriomo concession in the -Western division of'Papua i lias come > almost upon the :first anniversary of the de parture of the jfirst body of' the . ex pedition for the area. Many .will reniombor the series ot articles by Capt. McLean,of Burradoo Park, Burradoo, and leader of the'ex-, pedition, in which ; lie: urged v: peace, and still more for.' defenco purposes; ot an Australian ail I'Bupply A'Capt. McLean had: visited the Oriomo area in 1012, and fronv then on-he sought opportunity ■ to put to ; tile praclcal test.'his belief that there ;existed' the oil which Australia needod., His dis-. tinguished services during the war showed liini to bo a leader ot men; and soon after the area was thrown open for prospecting, lie led, a small band of Australians,,...
CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
CRUMBS. . C .E;,: Wallder &: Co. want a sbare-i fai mo 1 foi 200 acies or &lt;an I , . • * f -'V . '• "j , Miss McKinley, lian* and skiiijbpec (ialisl, will beat the Globe Hotel ?roni> 7th I\lay. ' , . ' * U i ' I, , . iO it,'? ' h * * . . C. E|.' Wallder & Co. anil. S.; J/' llj.inliait will hold, theii next Talllin lu>j IU/aiket cn ' I'.-i'dav, ji lth*t\fay, :who-' ntjhey>'-will • offer, fat' and'-'store sheep and cattle. Entries are mow be; ing taken for this sale. ^ "• I 1 1, */ * • # - * ' r. • Shops and oftlces in1 the.handsome new building erected &lt;by the. Colonial ..Mutual Assurance Life Co. in Main ^Street, are now available. C. 33. AVall der&Co. wilj simply sill; particulars^ * -s *. : • . C. 12. Wallder & Co. are holding a ;£>pecial horso sale at West Wyalong on Friday, inn May. a iiiniceu num ber of entries can only now. be taken j for this sale. *, * * • W. 1-1. Wlieatley will bold, a big special sale of caHl...
THRILLING EXPERIENCE During Floods in Q. Postmistress in Ceiling (BY WIRE) Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
THRILLING EXPERI ENCE During Floods in Q. " ~ . i i Postmistress in Ceiling; (BY ,WIItE) Sydney Friday ,TUo postmistress at Wura (Queens (and) hail &lt;a sensational expcricncc (luring the recent floods. ■ She itook v.all, registered - an'd other, mail .matter and money Into tlie ceil ing. ^ '•;The watersrroseirapldly; .and think ing her, end ? was near,-, slie -wrote a" farewellsnoter- to :lior husband mentioned the whereabouts cC Uit> Department's; property. glie was, however, rescued shortly afterwards. . , > )
PETER DAWSON CUP FOR HALF MOONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
PETER DAWSON CUP FOR HALF MOONS VH'iW-r.V-i-•- v,:. ; From1 the firnv of •: Peter Dawson, Sydney, is to hand, ai very tine trophy, to;- be : known ■ as -the Peter Dawson Cup,- and-; which . has been presented the Halt Moon club through Mr. R. D. Gorman, o£ -lho -White Tank Hotel. ' j'tThe cui) is to ibo: competed for this ceaeon . and;, will: serve to intensify (lie interest already manifest in local foptball.,, - j
WYAUONG v. TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
WYAUONG v. TEMORA ' The following .■ players'Nvill..ropros-rj cnt Our Boys Ii'ootball Club againsti Temora, on . the.'AVyalong . oval, at 3 p.m. on Sunday; next, > Gtli / May J. Fullback, C. Schmidt, Three quarters F. Cooper, C. Solomon, A: ■ Pettlt, M. Moore, Five-eight, Li../Cooper, Half, I-I. Worner; forwards,1 G. Gordon, ,G, Broad J. Keen, S. Lloyd, AV.' Ryan, A. Broad; Emergencies;> Bucks,' O.jl CuIIeii IS. Costa, forwards. Williams ■iJii and \V. Navm. ; • Temora team ■will be represented by~ the . following: Fullback, A. Gregory ; . , J.,Myers,.J: Quirk, R. Howe, ;A.V , Laurie.; five-eighth, A. Lynch; h^lf, i Foran; forwards, V. Eady, J. Qregojy.it. AV. Stanford. II. Eady. K. Potts,' A. Fisher.
HAIF MOONS v. RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
HAIF MOONS' v. RESERVES'1- V: | The following team has beeir_sel ected to represent the Half Moons In the match : against the • local • reser.ve team on Sunday next:— Fullback, N.!i Smith;,Uhreequaijtevs,,: ;V. Cooper, E. Frazer.' K. ' Townseud.i P. Schofiold; five-eighth, J. Plngey.;-] half, D. Anderson; forwards; W.^S^ji vano, R. Stephenson, • ; Norrls.i,;^., CariyA. Lloyd, M. Fraser, Emergences T. Thomas, J. McCanm ; , J(j :Tho reserve. team is ms foliow^j-j, -Bocks:.' T. Daly, T; ■ Apps; Rodgers.,,^,.; O'Brien; J.^ennell. F.-Kearns, A. i^ln-. •noyjj forwards,vA. Keen, W. Strahl&lt;jy,j, H. White; L. 'Calllghan, .T. Dawson, C. Ashton. ,, Emergencies, A; Smith,- F. Jackson, F. Bromnor. ! — - Referee, Mr. Don-Dean.' :