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F.S.A. SUBS. Bank Order Form Proposed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

F.S.A. SUBS. Bank Order Form Proposed Organising the Farmers and Set tlers' Association is usually, an expen sive -business owing to the neces- i sity foi\ organisers to personally col- J lect the subscriptions of members. This ^ is obviously a; waste: oLktime' and ef-: fort,' and Jsnnerely a . bad - habit into I which the Association lias; drifted. -For some time a proposal has been discused,' for each; member- to; lodge with his bank a form authorising' the payment of the ' annual;;: subscription each ;year. ; The ■ member, - of course, would have the right to.- cancel the instruction at any time, so that there would :be no-infringement;onv personal liberty. .The treasuror,. of the Association;, Hon. A. E. Hunt', M-.L.C.y.who recently visited i Melbourne, stated on his re ' turn : that* ' the < system, .'.wasv working there in; a very satisfactory -manner. Little or .no - trouble had -been : expen? enccd "since it was. introduced:; . ■ ■. The -matter was brought'..up; a...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong SUNDAY, 6th MAY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

CHURCH.OF, ENGLAND : Parish ;of-W,yalong., SUNDAY-,6th MAY All,Saints 8^ a in. II.C. Children 1Q 30 a m ' Call'een 3 p.m. Evensong, Ungarie 7.30 p.m. Evensong. - ( > Rev II. T.. Gengo.,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SUNDAY, 6th MAY (Easter IV, King's Accession). [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

; SUNDAY, Gth;MA.Yi j V : : : (EasteK IV, King's, Accession);; S a.m.II.C. W,est Wyaloug., 11 a.m. 1I.C. Mlldil1 3 p.m. Evensong Yalgogrin 7,30 p.m.- Evensong ..West. Wyalong.: W. J. Couran, Hector.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY, 6th MAY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

MEXHO.piST. CHURCH SUN'DAY, 6th MAY Wyalong'll a.m. Mount View 3 p.m. West Wyalong 7.30 p.m. ; Subject: "Hand-Painted." Rev. George E. Evans.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, 6th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH, SUNDAY, Oth MAY;;. West Wyalong 11 .a.m. 1 Mallee Plains, 8 p.m. Barmedman 7.30 ,p.m. > Rev. B. K, Palmer, Minister. r. { Rev- Palmer v/ill. be absent on vSuiiv da>, May 20 M) Fied Giellman Kindly consented to take the services for that Sunday. ,

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RICE GROWING On Irrigation Area Local Visitors Impressed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

RICE GROWING On Irrigation Area I~U.J_ji.i~i. "" • ; Local Visitors Im pressed i ..During the;week'two locul i'osidents;; ••ireturned 'irom-ia trip nto ■Leotoiiv andfi :i A'lilUon, wheru .thcy-were.voryiimuch i; impressed'with the rice fields• undeiv cultivation iif tluit particular area. > The Industry IS 1 now J irmly \ es tablished nt- Loetoii/ Avhero; fronvvbe-,', tweeu 7,000 and S,000> acres, an "aver age of between!: 130 to 175 -bushels\to the- acre lias .been obtained: 1 . ^ v By- way.••of demonstrating the: viri-; lity of growtii the visitors broug1it;to. • West :Wyalong r.lwo stools,. eaclr 'cf ■ 'which has been grown ;from -.one! grain of rice, from wlileh over 1000 grains are produced. One. resident .-.■■has • over .000, acres-? under cultivationj wliilei, others,.;on-y coura.ged by llie-success-of the Yields; - contemplate enlarging their areas "or, • next sowing. ( The I wo slools referred to arc ::oW on view in the window of .John iUeapli p.r &. Go:, Ltd....

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SALVATION ARMY Sunday, 6th May: 11 a.m. anil 7.30 I p.m. West Wyalong. 'Cnpt." 'W."R. 'Sweaney,- ••••O.Q.i-v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

F. RUSCONI MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR GUNDAGAI ' ( ■•■Will.forward designs for all classes of Monumental Work In Granite or Marble.. Samples of work can - bo seen at local comotory.—R. HOWARD The i \ iPresbyterian Ladies' College r GOULBUF5N, N.s.w. I'. . Registered. Under the Bursary* | Endowment Act | ' Extensive Modem Buildings and' | ' ' Equipment I Healtliy .Climate. Altitude 2,300 Fee' Electric.,Light. Sewerage: Hot Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds Professional, Commercial,, and Do mestic and. Science Courses - •Jew Term Commences Tuesday, 141'; - February, ]'92S ■.Prospectus ■ from tlie; Principal—, v 'BRIG>GEN..V/.. RAMSAY- McNICOLL C.13.,- C.AUCi., JJ.S.O...-Dipl.-Kduo -Old Tanks.Repaired ..WE ■spe.cialisc Jn; ItTiPAIllING OLD. TANKS 'by REINFORCED CON R13TIC. All General Plumbing Work .ml Repairs at moderate prices. A.. AND- J. LAMB, Golden Street (near Main Street) WEST WYALONG $ REFLECTING & N TASTE AND $ |5 DISCRIMINATION. ^ <The exquisite pleasure of p...

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MAGISTRATE'S BAN ON PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

MAGISTRATE'S BAN ON PICTURES ••• vMembors. of the Federated,:Picture Showmen's Association are protest ing- to the Minister for. Justice against the action of a magistrate at New-: castle,-who gave a father, tlie custody of his boy. on the understanding, that the lad did not attend -picture;showst for 12 months. \ "This is an-extraordinary; decision" I said^jMiv-W'.;; J. ;;Howe,?,president, ot the p,edej'pted .jPicVuVevi^S;hDwmen,y!; i Association.. "A., somewhat .'^similiar: case occurred three, years 'ago at Parramatta, when exhibitors' voiced-.-a protest. "It-,'is a :; gross :.interference '-.with pai-ental -control, : and,;, unless v check ed', may lead to a serious . abuse:: of judicial tribunals. '"Apparently the, Newcastle:.magis trate ha3 not yet r^ad,' the recent report of the Film Royal 'pjmmis sion. ■ / . 1 "This commission inquired into the allegations that tilms created juvenile crime, and found that the offences qf children which can be directly traced to the cinema 'a...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

Model T 61." Many Church dignitaries and worshippers cherish an ardent desire to secure a pipe organ for their particular Church. In many cases, this is an impos sibility, because of the high cost of these instru ments. But an organ of wonderful power and remarkable range of expression—THE ESTEY CHURCH ORGAN, MODEL T 61 (as illustrated), can be secured at a reasonable figure, and will admirably suit the requirements of the Church which wants a first-rate instrument, but cannot afford a pipe organ. This model is a two manual organ with 15 stops, thus providing an infinite range of tone expression. The Oboe, Salcional, Flute and Vox Celeste "speak ing" stops are particularly beautiful, while the deeper sounding reeds and pec'als produce exquisite well - balanced harmonies. ,r3weet and sonorous sounds are equally effective on this organ, which is generally recognised by musical critics to be the finest instrument of its kind possible to obtain. Like all the Estey models, this organ is ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LOOKING BACKWARD Old Time Memories [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

LOOKING BACK WARD Old Time Memories BY "THE LITTLE 'RASCAL" (H. N. Turnbull) in 1001-2 there wore disas trous lh-es in Main's tree ;,K West W.va long; The first on^Kmade^ »si i;]yan sweep ot one side, ot the street, anil goodness knows where it would have ended.', had its wild career not been stopped by Sir. G. .P. - Evans' brick building. It started near where Tat tersall s Hotel'now stands, and swept up to close • to - the turning towards ■.lie White Tank. It took Bannon's Hotel, and about a dozen wooden busi ness places. Pine is a fine thing to blaze when a stronk wind gets behind it. Not long after a fire broke out on the opposite side of the street, next door to Meagher's . It put two or three places hors de combat, but .a/ vacant allotment stopped-* it, else it would have waltzed up to the P.G:; and Welby's I-Iotel,'and then taken-I-Iarti gan's. In those days a decent, re spectable fire had all the best of it. ( We had no water, -and we'couldn't i ' manufacture it. Among the o...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Counterfeit Coins [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

Counterfeit Coins The officials of the Royal Agricul tural Society have handed to the Syd ney police 200 counterfeit florins which were taken at the turnstllos at the show, ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

TO BE HELD AT WEST WYALONG LIST OF OFFICERS FOR 1928 PRESIDENT: G. P.'Evans,. Esq. ■VICE-PRESIDENTS: C. W..Ridley. Esq., W. J. Field, Esq. HUN. TREASURER: G. W. Cussen, Esq. COMMITTEE: Messrs. J. . W. Parker, T. P. Meagher, Geo. . Butler, A. P. Schwartz, Jus. Smith, II. IIolyaiyF. W. "Jamleson, R. G. Gorman, Goo. Murray, J. Ausburn. : 1 HON. SECRETARY: J. Boyd. • PROGRAMME To Start at 1 p.m. v'1-.■■■> 1. WELCOME STAKES. A.-handicap. 5 'furlongs. .First prize trophy valued at. £S. Second trophy valued at £3. Third prize trophy valued at; £2.. Nomination 5/. \ To Start at. 1.35 .p.m.. - .2. MAIDEN HANDICAP."FiVst priz'e tropliy valued'at-£G.\ •Second prizo trophy valued? at; £3.'Third prize trophy, valued at £2. Distance -1' furlongs. A handicapfor horses that have never won ..an-advertised race ion the flat at the time of starting. Nomination 5/. ' ' • i To Start at-2.30 p.m. • 3. LADIES' BRACELET. A handicap. First 'prize trophy valued at £12. Sccond trophy . valued at £4. Third ...

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BLOW-FLY TRAP On View at this Office [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

BLOW-FLYTRAP On View at this Office : III our last issue a,letter appoar-i from,-Mr. S. Wilson, of Lake Cowal Station, who has had. a life long eK kperience with slock, in which, lie set i out the methods adopted at Lake Cowal for the destruction of blow-flies; Mr. Wilson brought, to this ofllce one of hissimple but effective traps, which "interested stockowiiors aro invited to inspect. Inspections have already been made by a numbeivof. stockownere.

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THE LIFE OF A BAG [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

THE LIFE OF A BAG Note.—On the water front Dags are called, "gunnies.!-;: It's only just at simple bag, . ; . - Or cornsack isome - would say, And through a li^efllial seems to drag, It gives a great^dlsplay.'. • But1 how it saw/the light' of -day : Not many understand, The main thing. is.a bob to pay, ' And .gunny's 'in demand. ' i Froms Kembla- oy from: Cookie's: Creek, , It first begins to roam, . Per. cheap excursion .for ;sl week, ■ Then follows jcocky' liome . It's f first appearance : in the shod Is ■ marked with ■ costly prido, But as the. drilling moves about • Poor gunny's cast aside. Then when the winter's sleet and Hood: ■ Have set the horses loose, The sack- is fossicked for the mud And groomed for furMi<;v use". But no one kno-\ys .where gunny,:.goes For ages after that Until at last it fallows its nose :: Some summer1 down- the flat. ■>: \ The cleaner ones are chosen for A' term for mother's sake 1 ," A bit of bush linoleum or ■ What ■ mats she- lias 1 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

HOTEL PACIFIC MANLY , N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL—FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and Cold Water, in every Room Magnificent Ballroom. ; . Golf Links Bowling Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/- per day. Children Half Rates. Special Tariff for period of one month or longer. Telephone: Manly 829, 830, S3 J There are 10 Reasons WHY CHRYSLER is the only Car to hold at the one time ; All Australian Interstate Capital City Records Australasian 24-Hour Record 1000 Mile, 500 Mile arid 100 Mile Track Records Noxv Zealand .'.Principal Read Records Also— Innumerable Wins in Reliability Contests and Hill Climbs held by Automobile Clubs of tbo various States. 1. POWER, because power is neces sary to develop and maintain high speed. 2. ACCELERATION, because such a car must have quick "getaway" and "pickup." 8. CORRECT DESIGN, becauso only such a motor will remain cool and properly lubricated at maximum speeds. 1. MANUFACTURING PRECI SION. because sustained high speeds ...

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PASTORAL AND AGRTICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

The rains experienced since January necessitated almost continuous work ing of the fallows to keep down weed growth nsd maintain the mulch in the right conditions. Probably whoat •growers • know that wet conditions would have prevailed for so long a period thej; couid liave ommittod one or nifore cultivations, but this is al ways a risky procedure, one never knows when the rains will cease and a dry spell follow. Since the beginning of April weath- j er conditions in- the Southorn (lis-1 tricls have, been ideal .for the comple tion of fallow working-aiid commen cing seeding operations. Where suf? ricieut strength either in horses or tractors was available, [allows are in excellent order. ;On the othcr:;hand, owing to lack of powor some farmers have yet a' considerable area ot fallow' infested with weeds or badly set by the heavy rains that have yet to be seeded and brought into a suitable condition for sowing.-Where?tlio'.mnlo has set badly good cultural work tnay not be possible , ...

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SUNNY QUEENSLAND N.S.W. Boys Will Visit Y.A.L. Tour [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SUNNY QUEENS LAND N.S.W. Boys Will Visit y.A.L. Tour '■The Young -Australia League Is or ganising a visit, to Queensland.during the Schools midwinter, vacation.. It is proposed that a* party. of 100 boys will ! visit, the northern State. The party twill leave Sydney 011 the 25th June, .and; will return on Friday July G. "While*- in Queensland, visits will be arranged to Llie sugar cane • fields, and it is expected ;that Swifts 'Australian meat works (the largest of its kind in Australia), the [Colonial Sugar Refilling . Company Works, and other manufacturing concerns will be visited. Excursions; will, also be ar ranged to the various beach resorts, beauty spots, audi historical .sights. The tour is open.- to any school boy between the ages of 11 and 10 years. . The party will-be under, the command of Mr. W. £>.■• Stannard, Secretary of • the N.S:\V. division of.-the Y.A.L., iwho , has conducted. niany similitu lours, and> lias; been connected with the, Leagub for a number of y...

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LAMBS FROM QUANDIALLA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

liAMBS FROM QUAN DIALLA : . ~ • ./vj&iiiisSi. No rise was recorded in rates for J lambs atj Homebush last Monday, but sheep values advanced .1/ to 2/. Sup plies totalled,21,000.- A, line, of.lambs from Mr. Gus McNamara, Quandialla, made to 29/1 at Winchcombe, Carson's sale.1;

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SPEED LIMITS. N.S.W. is Ahead of America [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SPEED,LIMITS. N.S.W. is Ahead of America In one respect at leasl New. South Wales is ahead of most American States—in the elimination of- the speed limit. ' Local .> authorities rely on a reasonable conception of driving in a manner dangerous to the public as their check on unbridled-.speeding ■ ■ Authorities here recognise that 50 miles -as 'hour on.. sum open., country road may: be far safer-than .live miles an hour at Circular Quay. That such a viewpoint is-' still in the future so far as America.in con cerned, generally, is indicated by a recent statement from' Mr. Paul G. Hoffman, Vice-president: of -Studebak er Corporation o£ America. It is time to look at the problem-of highway isafety from a,new point, ot. view." he says. One of , the'first'steps is to get; over the idea that speed ing in itself is a dangerous thing. Traffic and safety exports know that it is not speed alone, i but-speed- in. combination with other factors that I make ; accidents.: 1 " Legislation and enf...

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