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Railway Worker's Death CORONER'S INQUEST AT WEST WYALONG Egan Committed for Trial At Central Criminal Court [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
CORONER'S INQUEST AT WEST WYALONG Egan Committed for Trial "At Central Criminal .Court At the Court House, West Wyalong, on Wednesday afternoon tile District. Coroner (Dr.: E. 'P. - Pialier) conduct ed an: inquiry''into tlic circumstancos surrounding the death of Norman Cook at the Wyalong District Hos pital on Wednesday, 25th ultimo. _ 'Sergeant Jolmsl.on watched the pro ceodings.icm. behalf oC the police, ami Mr. Evans "(G.. P. Evans and Englert) represented Edward Egan, who was present tn custody. J j .The following cvldenco was adduc ed:- ■ ■■■■.. j. Sergeant Johnston deposed: On the i 241 h ultimo. I received a telephone i call from Wyalong District Hospital, j l brought Edward Egan to a .ward I therein, where a man named Norman Cook was lying. Cook appeared to be' in a serious condition, r said to Cooic "Do you wish to make a statement?" After some hesitation Cook said he would make a statement. I asked the Matron if Cook had been informed of his condition, and slie replied th...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
SYDNEY WOOL '• SALES Kllpatrlck, McLellan and Antlionesii,' local agents for Dalgety & Co., Ltd.; received' the following wire from:the firm on' Wednesday:— Sydney brokers offered : approxi mately 19,000 bales to-day. The selec tion was Indifferent., mostly crutclilngs and oddments, but attractive parcels of autumn shorn wools were also sub mitted. We brought forward 2,250 bales, and sold merino lleece wool up to 2Xjd. Good competition prevailed at prices equivalent to laBt sales. Ciossbrods and scoureds were In good demands Uest lleece wools were ir* regular.
RIO THEATRE Local Film Next Week [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
RIO THEATRE Local Film Next Week Milton Sills is at his very best in "Hard Boiled I-Iaggerty' 'the main at traction at the Rio Theatre on Satur day next, May 5. ' . You'll be in a heaven of thrills -when you see Milton Sills do a 3000ft nose dive in a burning plane and then go back for more. . . . but when'you see: him fighting his own friends to protect the girl lie loves you'll cheer liim to the eclio. The supporting feature, Bob Custer in "The Jack Man," was actually film ed on the burning sands of the Ani zona Desert, and contains thrilling rides—reckless, battles—escapos and escapades in the annals of Western " drania on the screen. Pioneering Motion Picture produc tion in Australia lias included West Wyalong iir its course and its initial effort •will be ■ available to patrons of the Rio. Theatre on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, May 7, 8, and 9, when "The Adventures of Dot," produced in West Wyalong by Mr. R. Young, using local talent ,will be screened. Miss' A. Frazer, Mr. ...
FOOTBALL. WEST WYALONG v BARMEDMAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FOOTBALL L,, WEST WYALONG v BARMEDMAN i. The following players will represent West Wyalong against Barmedm.i^on Sunday next:—Backs: D. Waddell, E. Pinney,: B.i King,! Kelly,: D. 'Walton; half,'. J: Ellis; •flve-oiglith, .B;1. Wado; forwards, B.■ Koen.cH: Pinney.-N! Mar tin, P.; Duffy,: O. O'Donnell, W.~Bro gan. Probable : referee; Mr. Ar Naylor (Barmedman). Barmodman' team is as > follows: Fullbackj N.McCauley; if; J. Uoughley, J. Lawrence, A. Kelly, ' L. Cooper; halves, Jim'Lawrence and J. Cornett; • forwards, II. Moore;-- N. . Hooker, II. Moss, W. Lawrence, C. Collier, T. Long. ' * ~ ~
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
PERSONAL At the conference of the RiveFlna" Development League held at Wagga tills week,.CivG. A. L. Wilson, of West "yalong,. was elected a Vice-Presi-J dent. The death has occurred of Mr.' ft'ob-' - ert ■ B. , Wilkinson, managing1 ^direc tor of Wilkinson and Lavender Ijt'rt., (who was widely. known in Australia pastoral- circles), at* his;- home. "Wll-J ga". Tlie Boulevard,1 Slralhtield, at the age of 91 years. ' f * * * ' ' Mrs. Sullivan, .wife :> of Constable Sullivan,: of West, Wyalong; who lias spont a .few months ill! Queensland" oil the advice of; her. medical advlseiH'fre-' turned rio : West; Wyalong last week, much -improved by her brief stay in the sister State. Mr.vW.. B. McDonald, manager of tlie! local bVancli.' of., tbe> Commercial Bank; of ■ Australia1, Ltd:,; lias returned'1 from1 .his auimaltlTolidaysTaiidiresum'dcT.duty;. Mri and Mrs. McDonal d' spen t the liol i ■ days, in. Sydney and •Melboui;ne.ll''Mr. Hall was: relieving- manager during Mr. McDonald's ab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
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FOOTBALLERS' DANCE Masonic Hall Crowded [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FOOTBALLERS' DANCE Masonic Hall Crowded So largo was (ho attendance at the Halt Moon, dance in the Masonic I-Iall" on Tuesday evening that seating ac commodation was-at a premium. Prom every standpoint the function was suc cessful, and constitutes one: of Uie most popular dance events of' the season. • :• The members of the. Gloomclmsovs' Orchestra were in fine' form and ren dered a programme of- music fit for any dance hall in.the metropolis. Mr; Kon Emmett proved a most efficient M.C. ' A feature of tho dance was the way. in which the management catorod to the wants of the innor man. There was an abundance of tasty rofresh-; ments, supervised by members of the Half Moon Club, assisted by tho well known chef, Mr. Tom Dickenson. The doorkeepers were Messrs Frank and McBride, and the hon. secretaries, who came in for no small amount of congratulation, were eMssrs J. McCann and J. Frank. As a result of this most successful : dance the funds of tho Half Moon Club will be considerably a...
McDonald's Hints Re-adjustment Necessary [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
McDonald's Hints • »:■ 'f-v m.'V "Re-adjustment Neces . sary "Unless there .is- some re-adjustr, nient- the coal industry will be in a' very serious: condition. May' be it will die. , "In Great Britian a re-adjustment of the coa.1 industry was inevitable,, and it: was carried out. In Australia something will have to be done, other wise unemployment will: be. increqs-, ed and a dole will: be given to min ers. :■ This was stated by the president of the Northern Colleries' Asscoia tion (Mr; C. M. McDonald) when he replied to the proposals fromi New castle that a central governing auth ority to control the whole organised Labor ."throughout the Commonwealth wfts 'being .formulated;. -At presenti the-.northern miners, engine drivers) and Maitland deputies are 'at : the head of the ihovement. .
EASY LIFE IN HONOLULU Protest to Minister for Justice [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
EASY LIFE IN HONO LULU Protest to Minister for Justice The following, was taken fronn the "Hoiioluilu KAdvcrtisei1/-', " a ' \coiJy *o£ which was brought back .' by Mr.;. W . J. Field from his recent trip.to Ha waii:— ... ■ . v In Hawaii everybody: takes life easy Even convicts know Ithis and . act accordingly. Lee Kuk Sun demonstra ted this very, tiling-last,Thursday. Lee was Indicted on October 28 oiv. a second degree murder charge It was alleged that in a dispute with Park Ki Young oil September 22 the latter was kicked to death by Lee; On December 30 Leo appeared in court and was allowed to plead guilty, to manslaughter.' Judge Edward K. Massee sentenced Lee to imprison-: ment at hard labor in the territorial penitentiary for a term of not less than one or more than 10 years. Mit timus in the case-was stayed until last Wednesday.-> v V And here is liow Lee eventually went to prison. . .. On /Wednesday Lee appeared in. court and requested that lie be-given a further stay of se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
NoMor&lt; SMUT, ®r ®UMP VITRIOLINE DRY PICKLE is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitriolinc. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (COO Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted. (1:1000). Untreated .. .; Formalin, 1:100, 5 minutes im mersion .. .. ' Eluestone, 1 %, 5 min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitriolinc, 2oz. per bushel.. .. Field Germination % ' 02.3 S5.0 84.3 8i).S • ;■ 02.8 . •% Bunt 10.5 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and'reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost is extremely- low. Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. TRKMJNE pRY P&C&U&SG POWDER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
I7©& ATHLETES AND PLAYERS HAM« cilr K1SS •iilMaA LEltl ; Delicious Healthful Economical Made from FRESH FRUIT and SUGAK. 30 Medium Glasses in a Bottle. ' ^W"%r': Just add Water. Sulci world-wide : 1 O.T. LTD. Melbourne,Sydney,London and U.S. A. Yet to be Without a Penny to own property that cannot be touched—that is the unfortunate, position of many a man's dependents today, during the many weary months required for Probate Duly assessment. Even when assessed the heaviness of this tax often forces dependents to sacrifice part of their heritage to pay it. These are needless hardships—P. Si C. Probate Assurance removes all of them. It provides money during the assessment period, pays the tax, and ensures to dependents their property intact. Discuss this important matter with our representative or send for literature. Chairman of Dircct&lt; Hon. A. K. Trcthowan, M.L.C. Gen. Man.: H. Fell 2.£%4PRffiDWCERS & ©ST1ZEMS. !=a=_ COOPERATIVE ASSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA L...
FAT LAMBS A Profitable Branch of Sheep Farming [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FAT LAMBS A Profitable Branch of Sheep Farming Lamb raising may be regarded as a special branch of sheep fanning, the object being ; to produce a lamb with exceptional early maturing qualities, and with a shapely, compact carcase i or.the proper", weight, at or before the I weaiiiiig stage—five months. To the | small wheat and sheep farmer (writes I the Sheep and Wool Expert of the ! Department of. Agriculture) the rais I ing of fat i lambs shoud prove a cer tain source of income, if the condi tions are suitable and If he employs the right methods. The flesh of prime Ianibs are worth, on .'in average, IJd to 2d per lb more than ordinary mut ton, and it must be remembered that the lambs are-disposed of at five months old. ' ; • . THE TYPE OF LAM B: D ESI RED The lamb required for the export trade is ;one which will dress from 33 to ■ -10 lbs, having a. plumpi sym metrical carcase-with a good distri bution of fat and lean, and as fine as possible in the bone. Lambs with the above qual...
ENDOWMENT COSTS What Mort's Pay [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
ENDOWMENT COSTS What Mort's Pay Jlr. Henry .I-Iawklns; accountant to Mort's Dock, Ltd., told the "''Federal Royal Commission oil Child' Endow ment that during the three months the Child Endowment Act was in ope ration last year the company paid £24 80 in tax, equal to £10,000. a year. Numerous interstate steamship com panies, he said, now carried out. their repairs in Melbourne, on account of the introduction ol' the -M hour week and the imposition oC the endowment Twenty "Moth" aeroplanes1 are now on order by the R.A.A.F., and . de liveries aro expectod- from ?England during the next, few weeks, at tlie; rate of loiir a week, • . ,
AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
AUSTRALIAN. RULES. FOOTBALL ...'-(Contributed) &lt; Tlio Australian Rules code, of foot ball shows signs of exlonsion in the district!this season, and i,the team audi;.: , club orgaiUers:( arevi already/ at ;,worlCv, 111' preparation^foivUie competition., JRe'cently »y doubts l were , .'expressed' ■ about the advisability of a team fm'Ui ing again* at Girral,. owing to: the &lt;lls incllntioii on 'the part of some -play-, ers and supporters 'to'travelling long distances, viz.," Lake Cargclllgo and-' : Burgooney. Now however, this trouble ; w, /has been/ apparently been overcome,- .: as a meeting was . held recently: ami :j ..; the club again--.formed. Mr. W. Mal one is. President and Mr. V. O'Niell,; Secretary. Some agreement will prob ably be entered into whereby in ,Uic event of two teams far removed meet ing, cacli team, (such: as Girraivana.- ? Lake Curgelligo). will; meet at Tulll-: i' ,t bigeal. This, agreement .will, be satis- -,.v ■■ factory to all concerncd....
Most Wgalong Abborate FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1928 Police Shortage [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1928 Police Shortage ■: The local police force lias been un dermanned for some time past,, and the shortage is being keenly felt at" the present time. This situation lias been accentuated by the recent influx > of men employed in the construction of the West AVyalong-Wamboyne rail- j ■way line, a start- with which was made'during the early part of last week..'■ It lias been'pointed out on | several occasions that even under nor-j 1 mal conditions the numerical strength of. our police force lias proved inade quate for a- town boasting the popu lation of West Wyalong, and although the matter has been brought under the notice of the Department by the Chamber of Commerce, nothing lias , ; been done to meet the deficiency. Just now the large amount of work involv ed in the administration of local police affairs is' being carried out by three officers, one of whom is almost con stantly employed in looking after the clerical duties, which, in itself, is of no small consid...
FOOTBALL Temora v Barmedman [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
FOOTBALL Temora v Barmedman Two teams from Temora—the sen iors and: juniors—visited Barmedmaa last Sunday—scoring a win with the seniors,-while the juniors were beaten, The seniors won by 11 to 3, in h. hard fought game. ■ Tries ^ were-scored' by Te. • Napier, C. Meelian, and: Roy Tucker, while H. Thomas kicked a goal.. Barraedman's try getter was J. Cornett. , Mr.. W. Hicks, of Toraora, The juniors were beaten by 11 points to nil.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
IN ME MORI AM' FRAZER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Fanny Emetiue Frazer, who departed this life oil 3rd May, 1927. , —^Inserted by lier - loving . daughter, .Violet, and son-in-law, Jack' Goddard. FRAZER.—In loving memory of my dear wife rand our dear mother, . Fanny Emellne Frazer, who depart ed this life on 3rd-May, .1927. —Inserted by her loving husband and children, Eric, Gladys, and Sybil.
£200,000 P.A. FOR MATCHES Australia's Importation Local 'Push' Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
£200,000 P.A. FOR I MATCHES [ Australia's Importation Local 'Push' Wanted • We make'matches'in Australia;* but; not enough ot them. So we spend £200,000- a1 year in .importing matches niade by the workers of other coun tries; while- our - unemployed walk the streets. In emphasising these facts at a lun cheon ; of* the ■Constitutional Associa tion, held "in David Jones' new store, Sydney, Mr.. John.. C.. Valentine,■ who was' a i representative:• of ' Queensland employees on. .the Industrial Mission to the, United*. States,: said that, if Aus tralian. match': makers .pushed their, goods, as they: ought, to be pushed, work- would be. provided for1 at .least a-, thousand'; of-.ourunemployed. ■ "Wet keep;1 on blaming • the Govern ment and the councils, for thc: unem ployment, which we-see everywhere around us, but in no. instance.: do -we blame ourselves,'' added Mr. .' Valen tine. i Despite, the - .prevailing . unemploy ment,- Mr.: Valentine, who is. a rartwiay worker iiv Queensland,' a...
CO-OPERATION AND EFFICIENCY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928
CO-OPERATION AND EFFICIENCY Better organisation, and cordial co operation between, employers and em ployees, were the factors which made l'oiv greater efficiency in American in dustry,, and those were the factors which needed cultivation in Australia. . InvAmerica,. not only boys, but men | ui>; tOJ-40 years of age. were trained to become skilled workers, and without I,the. waste of years of apprenticeship. Going to Arbitration Courts served i only, in: Mr. Valentine's opinion, to en igender hostility: between employers and "employees. Bettor the American [ plan of getting together round a table | and' talking things over. i I