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CARRYING THE HOST Within the Law Mr. Bruntnell's Views [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

CARRYING THE HOST Within the Law Mr. Bruntneirs Views "Am 1 to assume tliat:the citizens of Sydney are less law-abiding than those of cities in other parts of the world?" asked the Chief Secretary, Mr. Brunt nell, when discussing warnings that had bee:> issued to the. effect that vio lence would follow the proposed carry ing of the ''Host" through the streets during the foitlicoming Eucharisllc fcelebrations. I.'.'V. I I) 1. _ lUi . Mr.. Bruntnell declared that lie had nothing-, to add : to what he had al leady s.aid on the subject.- The-Roman Latholic authorities had complied with the law in: obtaining permission to hold their procession, and the Govern ment could not very well; interfere. The objectors still-had the right to approach the Government and put their case, and lie understood that ,a deputation had been arranged to -wait on the Premier, Mr. Bavin, some time in May. Mr. Bruntnell added that he did not know what grounds, if any, Mr. Skel ton had for predicting violent ...

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

WHAT A BLESSING What a blessing it is. Sought alter by thousands;5 People ave finding it out. • Many; a miserable manisliappy, now. i Nights of unrest, days o£, trouble;- , J Any irritating skin. disease means i this. , ' Piles mean it. , Eczema, just as;.bad -and;.just;;as haul to cure. But Doan's Ointment does, it;,. \ ' Relieves at once- and- cures,; if you use it long enough. A specific sfor any irrItation; of the skin. ... - A blessing for a suffering public; - ; Here's proof' of It. Mrs. James Can', Crowley Street, Tomora, says: "For some timerX:had';a nasty : rash on my hands, which • was very irritating and annoying. l I used ••a! number ofremedies buts they • gave me no relief from:the constant irrita tion: A friend-advised mo to try Doan's Ointmefit, and I am: glad'. I : took; her advice,,,for one pot effected 'a com plete and peilect cure. I have also i used Doan's. Ointment on>;my children I for ra rash, and if proved' most ,, bene ficial." ( Fourteen years later, Mrs...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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RIVERINA ELECTORATE COUNCIL Meeting at Narrandera [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

RIVERINA ELECTOR ATE COUNCIL Meeting- at Narraitdera A meeting of delegates ilroni till parts of thc^ electorate was held iu, Narrandera on Wednesday last, uuUor. the Presidency of Mr. E. Hamolin. ol Ganmaiin. Mr. A. B. Grellman represented West Wyalong and Mr. E. JB.:, Templeman; - Barmedman. An apology was received from Mr. Killen,. M.H.R., owing to pressing business in tlie House. Senator Abbott was nominated for one of tlie vacancies in lIic-Senate, sod as- the * Country Party .candidate sod at the Country, Party candidaite for Riverina. .••••■•It' was decided* to circularise Hie whole of the brandies of the Farmers and Settlers'; ' Association, Country Party Graziers''Association, and South ern . Riverina Pastoralists' Union rvul appeal for funds to contest, the elec tions. Mr. C. J. M. Thomas, of West Wyalong, was ajdded to the Executive. ' iMessrs Templeman, Thomas, and Grellman (Members: of the Executive) wore empowered to form a SnT». council embracing the northern side of ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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UNGARIE NOTES RAILWAY WORKER INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

| UNGARIE ■ NOTES (From a Correspondent) RAILWAY WORKER INJURED i John Gcale, aged 2ii,'a resident oil Tumora, :who,:had been employed io»* one week on the Nai-a<-han railway construction work, was ran over by ;i railway, truck oil .'Wednesday, tun.i was dragged 10 yards along tile line. He sustained extensive injuries lu the right leg, the hone being stripped i •hare for nine inches. Me was admitt ed to the Ungarie Hospital, -where lie I was operaLed upon by Dr. Daniel. lie I is how progressing favorably. , < TOWN BAND FORMED. The success ot the Town Hand at Tuluhigeal lias 'encouragutl oiunusi asis an Ungane to follow their ex ample. .A- preliminary meeting was held' to discuss the matter, and Air. C. Symeh was appointed Secretary pro tern., to scour the district in search of: bandsmen, experienced or other wise, and to convene a public meet- i ing - ( [ i The public meeting was held on 30th ultimo, and was well attended. Apologies were received fro.ni' a num...

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

. -WANTED. [JUNIOR Grocery Assistant, 16-18. r>j,v < 'Apply i SHARMAN BROS. , A SOCIAL EVENING Will be held in the Methodist Church, GIrral on •WEDNESDAY,.9th MAY, AT 8 P.M. ■ Proceeds in aid of Sunday -School .'i.m, Funds. EVERYBODY WELCOME W. G HAMILTON, • •• ..--/ah .Hon. Secietary. EUGHRE PARTY AND DANCE I - Will he held ill TALLIMBA HALL Thursday, Ilay 10, 1928 Proceeds in aid of Tallimba R.L.F.C. Nicholson Orchestra, Barellan TICKETS: GENTS 5/; LADIES A BASKET OR 2/. ' E. POYNl'ER, ■MMTin: • ' Hon -Sf0 GOULBURN, N.S.W. W. H., Wheatley's TUES. NEXT, 8th MAT AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 2000 COLD COUNTRY BRED CATTLE Trucks available at store rates to load after the sale for any destlna tion. - . preliminary notice churc of england ! j' annual ball ^ , Will be hold In Tulliblgeal Hall . , wednesday, july 4v v P. BURGHART, ; Hon. Secretary. seed wheat J. WONDER. Wanted 20 to',30 bags promptly. Ring No. <1, Ungarie. , Black Cat Orchestra ungarie j - V \ I' *.PJano, V...

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

THANKS . . I#*, , . TITE Presbyterian'. Committeeof S Management desire to thank all those ■ who have m any way contributed:, to ' llio recent annual fair. , I S==S=S=- , : -■==* ') » : ' FOOTBALL ■ Sunday Next, May 6 - ON LOCAL GROUND v West Wyalong versus Barmedman : ALSO Half Moons v Reserves Roll up and sei the three local teams in action. | e. callinan; I-Ion. Sec. SHAREFARMER .WANTED'; 200 ACRES of land, about 11 miles from West Wydlong. •'.••• . ' I'articulars 011 application: to V . C. E. \VALLDER & CO.r . \ . - Auctioneers. FOR.SALE ONE 1G Hun McKay-Combineijvith Harrows attached; In good. order, at reasonable price. Cash, or terms.-Apply TIIOS. F. young;. : . Clear Ridge. ■ Phone 2C3 (i) IN the .Supreme Court of New' South Wales. Shorift's Office, Wyalong, ,5tli March 102i>. Australian Fertilisers Propriety, Ltd. v T. J. ClarK'4v 'On Thursday, the 10th day of May/,1928,: ut noon, unless the writ of fieft liWlas herein be previously satisfi¥tf?s>'liie Sheriff ...

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

YOUR WINTER WANTS Deal with the oldest registered firm who have a reputation of fair deal ing with the public. Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Money Refunded A.I.F. Serge Tunics lS-20oz. Cloth, four flap, button-down pockets, full belted, extension pleated, 6. G 25/ Sizes 7 and S ...... v 27/6 Officers' Riding Breeches Genuine 'All-wool Covd, as worn by the Light Horsemen, self, strapped knee, luce-lip bottoms, cross pockets, and bolt loops. 0*7 Ic. All sizes £*( I X> Beaver Suede Breeches J-iitfh waist, belt loops, strong poo kets, self strapped, lace-up bottoms. Correct cut and finish. In sizes 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8. -I y /(* Per pair 1//U Fawn Gabardine Breeches Extra stronp wearing material, cross or side pockets, self strapped, lace up bottoms, reinforced 15/11 Mil. Officers' Leggings piece, & finish. Pr. Genuine Boots Tan Military Black Naval Sewn, screwed and sprigged triple decker soles, long wear, guaranteed watertight. Price Officers Tan 18/6 Boots Black The genuine "Haig...

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PICNIC RACES Meeting of Committee [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

PICNIC RACES Meeting of Committee A meeting of the Committee .or the ■Picnic Itace Club was held at tlio Secreary's oflice on Friday.night last; Tlio chair was occupied by Mr. C. V. Ridley, and there was ; also, present,' Messrs T. P. Meagher, G. Murray, G. W. Cussen, A.- P. Schwartz, Geo. But ler, J. Smith, R. D. Gorman, J. <W. Par ker, and 3. Boyd, Hon. Secretary. The following office bearers were appointed: Judge, 'Mr. I-I. R. I-Xelyar. Deputy Judge, Mr. M. O'Brien. < . Clerk of Scales, Mr. II. W. Souden. Blackboard. Steward, Mr. G. Butler. Clerk of the Course, Mr. J. Murpii/. Bookmakers' Stewards, Messrs G. i W. Cussen and K. G. Anthoness: . i Timekeeper, Mr. W. J. Field. I Mr;-J. Smith was asked to conduct | the imblicnn's booth. Mr. Meagher .and the Secretary were empowered to select tho trophies. Mr. Smith was authoiised (o engage a farrier at the same fee as last year. The Secretary was empowered to ar range for catering for the afternoon tea and ball a...

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

- ' CATTLE FIRM i The; Commonwea!tli Wool and Pro-, duce Co.. Ltil.i (C. B. Wallder & Co. local agents) ^wired us as: follows yes terday afternoon:— ■ "The slieep market' at I-Iomolmsh vo day was unaltered . Cattlo wero J inn" ==4^

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GRAND BALL At Calleen [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

GRAND BALL At Calleen Tho dancing folk of Calleen anil dis trict aro. looking forward'.with interest to the seconil annual ball to be held on* Tuesday - next, Stli inst., in. tho local hull. Features of tlie ilance will be: A splendid carved supper, a good iloor, and delightful music by tho Gloom chasers' Orchestra. The proceeds will be devoted to tho hall lunds, tho luico ol ticket ■ Tlie -'lion.' sec.-, is Mr, -.A. v J. Abbott, being gents. 10/6, ladies 5/,

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

Faim. ,and Station Gates Manufactured m--.'a-(large' variety of designs and to any required size. All;-." SAMSON,v'-iFarm and Station Gates are strongly braced and electrically welded. ¥ ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS Plan NOW: to utilise this durable building material for the Exterior and Interior Walls and Ceilings of your new home. You will thus be assured of an attractive dwelling that will -be Fire Retardant, White Ant Proof, and Per manently Durable. Consider, too, that " FIBROLITE " Homes'cost less; >than weatherboard houses, insurance premiums are 25% "less, and " upkeep " costs are practically nil. .Write us -Now for Free Catalogue. . JAMES KARDIE-& COY. LTD. "Asbestos House," Cr. York and Barrack Sts., Sydney ' " FIBROLITE" Stocked.locally by - :1 2 LOCAL STOCKISTS. J. STEPHENSON WEST WYALONG , 0 . W. G. BUTLER, WEST WYALONG . ,1... saga A RIG FACTOR which brings comfort and satisfaction to country Mjomes. The ever-ready COLEMAN QUICK-LITE LAMP. with (its 300-candle pow...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Children's Hacking Cough w, firyst Amtmmm recofds STUDEBAKER. holds them an Every AEastoaSaaaa Speed asudl EaacEasraasce I^ecoa'd Srom 2. to 24 hours also £rom S©0 to £.7©© miles. [17©lf rassJes ess 24 faotsrs] FRE.WANTLE-ADELAIDE, 1,777 FUKMANTLE - MELBOURNE, I'REMANTLE - SYDNEY, 2.958 . miles. In G3 hours 12 minutes. 2.386 miles, In 82 hours 55 miles, 111 106 hours 43 mlnutea Lowered previous record by 6 minutes. Lowered previous Lowered previous record by 1J hours 45 minutes. record by 15 hours 20 minutes. hours 22 minutes. ADELAIDE-BRISBANE. 1.934 miles. In 82 FKEMANTLK-BRISBANE, 3.711 miles. In 147 hours, 2 minutes. Established new record, hours 32 mlnittes. Established new record. MELBOURNE-BRISBANE, 1,325 miles. In 62 ADELAIDE-SYDNEY, 1,181 miles In 41 hours hours 37 minutes. Established new record. 134 minutes. Established new record. When a strictly STOCK car can travel so far so fast under the worst possible conditions, it must possess supe...

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

Wat©figaif"■> T£@TOgtas :.., CONCRETE offers a satisfactory solution to many problems which confront the Pastoraliit. An ingenious use of Concrete is illustrated above. Sheep Watering Troughs are cheaply and easily constructed. © Full information will be supplied gratis by the Kandos Cement Company to all intending Concrete constructors. , Kandos Portland Cement jtn-% . ' -parts' to concrete everliiiijn^" strength and durability, and it immune to the ravages of time and tempest. . . . KANDOS CEMENT CO. r.TD.> ' r~ ■ "S.M. Herald". Building - Pitt Sticit, "SYDNEY. . 'Phones: B.6741, B.67& ; ' P O RXLA N D CE'M'ENT® PUBLIC NOTICE ANYONE found Shooting or Hulli ng on Mcmngrcen Homestead -will be' prosecuted. No further notice. C. G. BRYANT. Lachlan Shire Council PUBLIC NOTICE' All gates and approaches tu t.hc extent of 'half' a chain on' either Bid p. of the gate on public roads' vritbin this Shire must bo maintained by .th6 person to whom permission to erect the gate lia...

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SALE OF FEDERAL SHIPS Primary Producers' Approval [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SALE OF FEDERAL SHIPS Primary Producers' Approval Representing'-over 30,000 members, the central council of the Producers' Associations of (New South' Wales has unanimously carried a resolution approving oMlie disposal of the Com. moil wealth ships. " : : . The: coucnil represents the Graz iers' Association, tile 1'Unners and Settlers' Association,, the Stock Owners Association," the Sheep Breeders As sociation', and thei>Primary Producers Union. - ' ' . The ■ resolution was as follows:— That tho Produce Associations' Central. Council of New South Wales desires to convey to-the Federal Gov ernment its respectful appreciation of : the action that has been taken to dis ; pose of tho Commonwealth Shipping Lino, which/has too long been a tax ■ upon .the community and tho primary producers. ■■■■

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WOOL REVIEW Winchcombe Carson's Annual [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

WOOL REVIEW vWinchcombe Carson's Annual Wo. liavo recelovd from Messrs Winchcombo, Carson, Ltd.. an advanco "pull" (of their .1028 "Wool Iloviow." The publication includes a summary of the events of the past wool season, discusses the problems of the year, and gives a forecast of the future of prices. A number of comments on tho Homcbush fat sheep, lamb, and cattle markets is also included. Any interested person may obtain a copy of the Review on application to Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Winch combe House, Bridge Street, Sydney.

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FREEING LOCKED STARTER PINIONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

FREEING ' LOCKED';STArTER 'PI'N , IONS , Electric starters,of the-Bondix-drive type sonietimes^becoino>': loclCGd'--ln;. part engagementwwithjvths^fiywheefc toeLli.; Wli(?u this; happenSj-thei'engino cannot bs turned by the. starter or, by hand,' andvif.Hhe' drive- is enclosed; Uie owner may :/be?at; a > lossitooiuiow what to do.-lninine; caBes:out!ofLftenj the drive may. be freed by. onagging top gear and .rocking the . car ; back wards and. forwards;;cai'e being1'taken ■ to see that: .ther*engine is switlichedl off. This method, willnot.'.nsva.rule,' impose .nnduo strain on the starter pinion and its shaft. ' I

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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MOTORS AND MOTORING FREEING SEIZED BEARINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

-FREEING SEIZED BEARINGS 'Only those who have met with a badly-seized bearing such as a foot brake or clutch psdal on an aulonvo niobile know ■■ what! <a vdifficUltiijob'.ttt'1 . is> to-free 'it. . -The <appllcatlbn;iOf < sxiclr1 - penerating■ oils : -as;fare :iiow on! the; ■ market is good;"biitj'sometimes(.takes' too long for it to i reach ^tlie .entire: seized surface. The following • plan has- been'1 put to i good niserin .- a- aiumr;, ber of- cases to Jiasten; the; action-iof' ■ the oil. - Clean: the1 exposed,.-rendrAOt- v the bearing and:< apply ;tlie>oiI:vWliilei it is--^vorlullg<'l.>lin.'3fro^^''.one^o%both' cn(ls,'' drill a 3/lfi-inch '-'hole •• through. , the middle of, tlieiibearing-rand'-sligli-', tly into the shaft. If >there is al ready; an -oil hole-ithere.-run'ta .drill i in- t to it of a 1ittle»larger'diameter'to i make a.-, clean'-bore.Then ', koep'{ithi's' hole filled-with llio' oil. You will:no ti...

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FILING WITHOUT SCRATCHING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

FILIN G "W IT H 0 Cj't TSC RATC HIN G' Whenrfiling,-small particles of met al adhering to the file, cause scratch-. , os -on the*work.' Tliis trouble can bo prevented".liy chalking ■■ the £ilo aftev, cleaning.Rnvdorc|.l.chalk- wfiy.i'rbo, used and rubbed on with the finders or .t large piece of lump cliallc rubbed over (be file. IF ACID LEAKS OUT OR SPLASHES So long as ■ diulte sulphuric -acid is an essenlial factor .in an accumula tor of -the standard .typeiv'tliore Avill alwnys be .a l-islc of it- leaking or splashing on to- fabrics, .carpets or, clothing, andvunless:it is. quickly. dealt, with,-i-it-will certainly .-destroy, the fabric . or simiiiar material,' and the only way to deal witli-'an. acid rsplasli is1 to neutralise it»andrrfcudcr'it 11011 destrucUve. althouKiv^it'cmayvnot^ al ways .'prevent Aa.slight--staiji'-remain ing. - Fortunately,, tliero ai-e nisually, in an. average-!'houpelioklvv all'Ulinc! neutralisingagents:' in ->jtli-2',"- form of! washing •soda- • and•...

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MOTOR INSURANCE New Policy To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

MOTOR* IN&UE WCE New-PolicysTc-inorrow .V , , ;t 'TheAassociiitQdcinsuranoe corapauio'j -numbering,, about _100,-puf. into opera • Uon ■ this ..,\y.BeIc\i a.inew^niotor.''vehicle 'insurance policy which, for (he same i premium;.rates',''WilUgive /many -adili Uonal 'benefits. ' ' / . | I .'.The most1 outstanding concession is that which; gives unlimited- third purty! • cover - for.'an> extras 10s../Untle'r. the old policy the: cqmpanies . limited, thii.tl party .risks to £1000, with- an . extra : charge) of 30s an additional £1000, < ■ .The^newi'policy alRO ;givos 'projection against- the theft ot.. accessories; pro vicled - their value-is.-at-rleast £2-above ;tliat.;of the: claim. ' Under the old pal icy ~th0/:cpnu>anIes,.-.unleps^thovniBtor car was takdn at Lhe saniQ "time. mother-new Ceaturoa .ave . that . ilie company: may;briofc counsel 'to .del'ond ;3a'-client-in>lhe coroner's or police court If , the qaso likely to-give 'l'iae to a •.claim' foe mone...

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SPARK TO FAR ADVANCED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SPARK'TO' FAR'ADVANCED.' tIf 'the cam is cranlied" or started by > m-2ansf- oC- the : self-starter when the spark^is1 lully-advanced/ there is always the-risk ■ oL-' a back fire. Tlie remedy-;/.••ob.viously.yis'Ho-' retard the spark 'when1; si arting uip.'- Should the' .'-.i^u'buictlor-tbecome -ignited 'by the back fire,-the- bon'neL 'should not be lifted 'until- some means 'are at band to''combat- the > blaze'.' In the mean time) the"petrol'tap on'- the- dash, ■ if •onov-isl? proVidetl; ---should' ,be ■ turnec offjl-iov,-'falling--t.hlaj''tlfe>' pipe- line to it-hdisrear-- tanki should ^be snapped off ?it file rear !tank,i-and bent bitck on itself. The bonnet should be- raised to 1 the -winward side'-and- the: tire attack ed ■ either.-.■wiUiAtt -chemical'-'extinguish er or sand or earth, and if no undue risk -is involved; • an - attempt should j-be-anode vto' smother it witli bags, or, at a pinclij rugs^andi.footmats.^ Most back Tires" are the outcome of care lessness," an...

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