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THINNING HARD GREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

THINNING HARD GREASE Joints lubricated with grease are upt' to become stiff by reason of the drying and hardening ■ of' the' grease in the lubricators and b.eaMngvgro'ov-n es. The: steering pins fot some cars ■ are 'bad;'offenders- in this respect. A Satisfactory |merthod ofv overcoming the: difficulty, i^ to .fill the! grease gun witii: engine'oil and hold'it as a gas jetvuntil flie oil is'very hot- atul thin. ID the -gun is ithen ' applied ■■■:to the ■nipple- itywill 'be -found vthat 'Uie hot tail* can'- easily be forced—iiilo Hlie bearing-,-where -;it" will: ^displace or soften the 'hard -grease-'It is -of advan ta]ge,,to.i.wovk' the bearing surfaces backwitrds-;and/•forwards ' whilst- - the .oil is being, forced in • i ( However..carefully'One .may man jp'ulateVthe -.car/f itf'is!-impossiblevto eliminate, the -riskvo'f, a 'backi'firc,- but it! can-be minimised >to'a ■pomt>: where (itj.\beconies . negligible-.. rThere ai'e of ten, cases where th-i* careless repine i ing-.'o...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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RE-THREADING TYRE VALVES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

RE-THREADING' TYRE VALVES:: (When re-thrQading::the;dnsiderof-a tyre valve;- It 'shouldi'beMield nvitlisthe outer >end downward , and' th'e small tap used: should- bo. dry v'and.'.ielejin:/ This will causo-^th'o'<.cnttini^:'H\>'VfaI); out 'of 'the 'Stem,-, preventlhgfelateji'.: trouble with a valvo inside.'vlfi'aiibat-" teredi outer end of a valve stemMs'to be re-facod, tho valve should be'.lield with the outer end down;or the work doile with air in'-th'd-tyi'e.^Tfier cerltre.' pin' on the valye. inside -willstrike the re-facing tool' and. release- soma of the air, which- will .blow'away .the cuttings as-fast as they are formed;

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

What is the vital factor in choosing a Life office? Security! The absolute assurance beyond pos sible doubt that the Com pany you select will keep faith. In this light consider the cre dentialsof the Producersand Citizens. First consider the financial strength, astonish ing progress, and nation wide popularity of the Com pany.1 Then remember that the Producers and Citizens is linked with the largest and most influential co-operative bodies in the Common wealth. Here is stability beyond question—astability that for you means complete security. ' C^jhc • PRODUCERS ^CITIZENS COOPERATIVE assurance COY. OF AUSTRALIA LTD. 114-120 CASTLEREAGH ST. SYDNEY. All-round Shooting r Probably no other car-, tridge'enjoys the widespread - popularity of WESTERN Xpert;. And there is good reason for this! It is. fast, uniform and dependable, yet it costs; no more than ordi nary cartridges. This famous £8 MgflsK economy cartridge « eivc y°u max" flr IvsSwf imuni performance at n minimum cost. better for...

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

Htempttm v/ith the ?PA|¥| AJg % _ ip§| S fANOAK.O"0' sir rv~/ , A ^ Valve Superheterodyne 1 Broadcast Receiver. . . Housed V^0f in h/«;;h grade Cabinet and < ^gJ-J entirely ^ complete with all Ci^ accessories, including Amplion Loud, Speaker - - £45' Terms—£9 Deposit .acd.^teall'monthly Payments; The world's foremost 'engineers'" agree that the Super heterodyne Principle as'nicorpo rated in the Radiola is one of the greatest inventions in"broadcast rcccivers. A special feature of the Rad'ol3l is that chc ultra-sensitive receiver unit is sealed'in a compact metal catacomb or container which after assembly is filled with insulating > compound which permanent!protects the components from damage, interference or variation. Neither dust nor damp can enter the catacomb:. ' ' The Radiola incorpoiates an •aMSuper-lutive/degree- all the-1 0 essentials for eflicientc-broaacast ■ reception' ■ "*«>/ Hear' it Demonstrated at Authorised- Radiola. Dealer for Arna]qam?itc.''iy?|^ W...

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MANY GRAZIERS BEAR WITNESS Better Pastures Mean Better Products [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

MANY GRAZIERS BEAR WITNESS • Better Pastures Mean Better Products '■ \ ; . The most critical period in slieeps life is during tlie first twelve months of its existence, for it is then that the animal largely builds up its .frame work,- on whichtjs;,dependent its ^yopl and mutton, rprodiiciijgij powers;.A strong;-' virile v constitution,togetlieiv iwitii: goodi.spatures; enables the anim al to withstand disease and produce-a good class ,or wool,, froe: from break aiuj: , other detrimental .fcatnrqs. Im ■provc-d pastures, therefore, are valu able, in' that they, provide more and,' better class of wool and moait, ami lossen the: danger of = disease occuit inS- . i, . In all parts of the S(.ate (wrilo.i the Agrostologist - of .the Department ol Agriculture):. prominent .^lmiers strongly advocate- the establishment of .better- pastures,: being 'quite con vinced that the stock raised, on good-, -pastures' are of -hotter quality.-. IVIr. II., P. White, who is the largest grower - of Pliala...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OVER 207 M.P.H. World's Speed Record [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

OVER 207 M.P.H. World's Speed Record I The world's speed record; of 200. P'.h.. establir.'jL'cfl - byjt lCap(. Malcolm Campbell with his ' Nepier .Campboll "Blue Bird" racing, car in February ast' on Dayton Beach (Flor ida). lias been broken by a. 36 cylinder car—The • Triplex - Special—driven by •Ray Kooch of'Philadelphia, (U.S.A.) an mAerican racing motorist, who on •April 22nd. at Dayton Beach, covered a mile in (the mean time ..of 17.345 seconds, and averaged. 207-552 m.p.li. a compared with Campbell's 17.305 seconds and 20C.95G m-i p.li. Although Keech" broke Campbell's time by only a fraction of a secondjit shows. how ; tremendous is the average speed at tained and how these small almost in conceivable margins appear ■ largt> when expressed in-terms of miles an hour This was one o£ the1 two cars .which.were regarded as the most; for midable challengers of the British speed-; supremacy; the other being a Stutz Special the "Black Hawk"-which i got out of control and ran' into...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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(Published by Arrangement) MENACE TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

(Published by "Arrangement) MENACE TO FARMERS An A.P. message reports a speech of Lonnr M r'dcK, juni , in (he U R A. House of Representatives. The Con gressman called attention to the fol lowing consumption of corn by the brewerise in the three years before Avav-tlme restrictions were impoH^il:— "In lpl5. 27,143,000 busn<>U; in liijG, 45,G'1S;000 bushels; in 1917, -10,324,000 bushels. That was; a total consump tion in the period named of 122,1J.0,000 bushels The represents an average consumption per year in the period named of 40,703,000 bushels. These are striking figures,, and:: their signific ance ,will immediately develop lvhen w^e realise that the consumption of corn during the last three years, viz., ending on January. 1, 1927, by brew ing,'was as follows:-^Iir1924, 5,357;000 bushels; in 1925, 7,490,000 bushels; in 1920, 1926, 8,282,000 bushels, or a total during the three periods of only 21, 116,000 bushels—an average use: under present conditions of only 7,038...

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CHILD WELFARE Griffith Experiment [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

CHILD WELFARE Sw-s:-, :■■■■■ v,v Griffith Experiment •''■ From 'the Department of Agriculture an 'aiea at Griffith has been twns ferred to: the » Child' Welfare■ Depart ment as from/! Julyrli to^be used as' ii training farm for* delinquent boys. Af hundred;':ladsr'.fronv Gosford Farm, where; it'costs 25/s per head per week to maintain will go to the area.

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

The New. HUDSON Tested by Motor Editor of Sydney "Herald". in a test conducted by the Motor Editor of , the ''Sydney Morning Herald" a standard Hudson Sedan recorded the following brilliant performance: , . HUDSON—Now an Economy Car £445 SPEED Maximum in "top" 77 m.p.h. Maximum in "2nd" 53 m.p.h. Maximum in "1st" 28 m.p;h. HILL CLIMBING One of Sydney's most notorious hills, Arden Street, Coogee, was climbed by the Hudson in "top" gear, the speed at the crest being 30 m.p.h. ACCELERATION 10 to 30 m.p.h. in "2nd", sees. 10 to 30 m.p.h. in "top", 7 sees. 'r. PETROL CONSUMPTION Including speed work and hill climb the HUDSON covered over 36 miles and the petrol consumption was 19.5 j. m.p.g. No coasting was done. B • The Reliable 25-30 Cwt. British Built Chassis • £357/10/ BEAN —the Truck that will serve you 24 hours a day for 7 days a week and never let you down. A Truck You Can Depend On a o h aitf LOCAL DEALER fk'l? ♦ DALGETY & CO. LIMITED 136 Phillip Strcet8 Sydney^&w...

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

COST OF UPKEEP is an important item with most motor cyclists. In this direction Australian will help you reduce running cost by ensuring increased mileage. These sturdy tyres, being especially made for Australian roads, can be relied on for economical and satisfactory service. Fit "Dunlop" — it pays! All agents stock them. * * * AH Statea DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aust. Ltd. and N.Z. )6StOS SAVE time arid money by using Durabestos (the Wunderlich asbestos cement) to line the Exterior and Interior Walls of your Home. Avail able in big, rigid Sheets — cheaper than wood, linings;—easily fixed — cannot burn nor rot. You can obtain Durabestos Sheets from your local supplier of building materials. Send to lis for samples, and free booklet D.4 WUNDERLICH LTD. Baptist Street, Redfern, Sydney A. E. PEREIRA AND W. G. BUTLE R, WEST WYALONG. iheJoUQUS■ "Shout

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SOIL FFRTILITY The Problem of its Maintenance in Wheat Growing Districts [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SOIL FFRTIL1TY I . The Problem of its Main ! tenance in Wheat Grow ing Districts For obvious reasons, the history of farming in a new country shows in the beginning the tendency to extray agriiico of n;»thod, which perforce becomes dearer or loss accessible : in America tiie acrigultural methods of the early settlers have ,been con demned hb partaking less^of agricul ture than of mining, the process be ing to'work the soil without nny ef fort to J-nalnlain- its (fertility '.and Mien lo move 011 to other..virgin land Such a method must ,inevitably give way eventua'ly to a more thrifty mode of soil treatment, and. far I sighted farmers are taking . an in creasing interest in those methods of agriculture lo which' science and tiie experience of older countries show thnt the New South Wales agricul-. turist must eventually: in some meas ure conform. •" The 'question of maintenance of soil fertility in wheat iHstircts form ed the subject of an address by., the Senior Experimentalist oC t...

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SUBMERGED TENTH' Not Worth Basic Wage Mr. Holman's View [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

SUBMERGED TENTH' I I Not Worth Basic Wage Mr. Holman's View There should be a minimum wage, which should ; be looked upon as> a measure 'of relief for what might b'e called the '"Stfbmerged tenth". VTliJs ■ was the contention made by Mr. A. W. Holinan, K.C., before the Commonwealth Royal' Commission ou Child Endowment. "The essence of the minimum wage i Jig saiil. is thai is is paid to men who-1 are not worth it. If men are .worth- it they will get the basic wage without, ■ llio protection of the law.'V Mrs Musico: Would, you-put r all men on the basic wage in tho cate gory of not being worth? Mr. I-Iolman: No. Nine-tenths of the men are worth the minimum wage and would get it under • any circum stances, but the law says that the re .iminiiiR one-lenlii needs to be legis lated for. , Mr. Curtin: Might it not be that in times of unemployment the - one-tenth would be used as a lever to force down the wages of the nine-tenths? Mr Hoinian: In times of unemploy ment, the, minimum wage...

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FINAL APPROVAL New Prayer Book [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

FINAL APPROVAL New Prayer Book London.—The Church Assembly Rave final approval to the New. Prayer 1 IJook, the ligures being 396 votes to 1&3. The Bishops approved It by-32,to 2, I the clergy by 180 to 59, nnil tho lnity by 181 to 92,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OBITUARY MRS. P. PARISH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 4 May 1928

OBITUARY MRS. P. PARISH The death occurred at Nurse Cald- well's Private Hospital on Wednes- day last of Mrs. Parish, wife or Mr. Percy Parish, of Winnunga. Deceas- ed was 35 years of age. She has re- sided in the Winnunga-Burgooney     district for some years past, and en- joyed the esteem of a wide circle of friends. She is survived by a husband and four young children. Messrs Alex- ander Bros., of Burgooney, are broth- ers of deceased. The remains were interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Wyalong Cemetery on Thursday afternoon, the service being conducted by Rev. B. R. Palmer. Mr. E. Mills had charge of the funeral arrangements.

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RECOGNISING SERVICES Of Public Spirited Men Proposal Before Chamber of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

! RECOGNISING SER I VICES Of Public Spirited Men Proposal Before. Cham ber of Commerce Inpursuance-; of: his notice of mo ti?1!' Mr, : HFrazer, at the: meeting of. t]io,. C]ianil)eiV; of :i,Coinmer(!o on l,>i(lay> inqycd'-, the ^following resoln lion:—• « r , ^ *... J l)<it this tChambor (ii'souss ■ flic advisability, , of ; conferring .'wilh the Shire in the;niattgr of recognising pub : !'9snle» 'foV: 'o"S service to; tlie town and district." wv. a.;:: . In speaking to the motion, (lie mov or,, said lie realised that ir a pro posal of, tliia -kind 1 were cairied • •ilv.miffht: hurt': the feelings 01' s(?mo People. Ilis object ■<in mov .I-1'?:motion was for -(.lie Chamber f n f]i.scnrs the., matter with • a;; view or ..seeing jf it,could be. conveyed to the Council, and for; the latter body to go carefully Into the matter i and select those whom they thought JT® thought they sliouU! recognise the services of those people who ifj ; «I1(1 .• \20 years ago; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

• -Woods'- Great Peppermint Cjre ; . * For Influenza Colds.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

-G. > IZZARB ' GENERAll. CARRIER : WYALONG Phone 274 WHITE taaifc HOTEL' REG. GORMAN Desires to annauncio lhiiv. lie esie :alcen over t!:e above comuiotlioua ind up-ti'Dato xlotol. Fxcellertf Culjlna First claoo Accommodation Only the Beat Eranf.u of ales Rnd SPIRITS supplied spuuloiw barnplo itouius Available. Good Stabling Motor ganie'?. IRVINE BROS. ; auctioneers STOCK & PROPERTY salesmen Box 6 Phone 6 tullib;g a» ; '.cents for— ■ mas.'ta; Harris .co., .: muy and miilur ' i<". w. Williams & Co., Ltd. ; .Moffat Virtue l'd. ■ , - : . \ A. H. McDonald Sr. Co. Ltd. - ■ Atlaa Assui'anco Co., Ltd. . w.BRERETON wi.p.S. wlbheb to notify tlio public of Went "Wyalong end District that lie i&en el! brandies of DENTISTRY. ■; MURRAY'S : GLOBE livery STABLES' Rear Exchange Hotel riorums & vehicles foh wale, hihk. oil vkfijiangb Wr"'"!ing Parties Catered- For C. W. MESSNER - MAIN ST., WEST wyalong Wiabes to Intimate, tlint • hnvnig in. creased Ills ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

Weet Wyalong and District Picnic lace Club Annual Race Meeting TO BE HELD AT WEST WYALONG @ Wednesday, 23rd May, 1928 LIST OF OFFICERS FOR 1928 PRESIDENT: 5 0/ P. Evans, Esq. VICE-PRESIDIONTS: C; W. -Xlidley, Esq., W. J. Field, Esq. HON.' TREASURER: G. W. Cusson, Esq. •COMMITTEE:-Messrs. J. W.' 'Parker; T. P. .Meagher, Geo. ; • Jliiiler/'A. P. Schwartz,. Jas. SmiLh,: II; 1 lelyar, .- F. W. Jamie.'ion, II. G. Gorman, Geo. Murray, J. Ausburn. IION. SECRETARY: J. Boyd. PROGRAMME To Stiu't,al. rl p.m. 1. WELCOME STAKES.' A handicap. 5 lurlongs. First prize, trophy '.'.valued at;: £8. - Second : trophy valued at £3. Third prize-trophy .valued -at: £2. Nomination 5/. . To Start at 1.35 p.m. 2. MAIDEN • HANDlCAP.;First prize trophy; valued ,at :£(j: Second prize -trophy - valued?at X3; -Third prize trophy valued at £2. ^Distance ■ 4 ■ furlongs.; A1 handicap for horses that-have never.'.won an: advertised race: on; the Hat at' the time of: starting. Nomination 5/. • ■ .,V: To Start at 2.JO ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FORBES-MARSDEN ROAD Again Under Discussion [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

FORBES-fySARSDEN ROAD Again Under Discussion The Parkes: Chamber of Commerce wrote the West ^Wyalong -Chamber , of; Commerces-oil .Friday, • requesting cooperation .in,- an.-iefCort-to .have-.;tHe> Forbes—MarsSen road made ,a main' road. j , Mr. /D., A. Gagie stated thg.t (.lie load in question had been a main road '.for many years,, and (moved; 'that tlio, Parkes, Chamber o£ 'Com merce be infoimed that it is a mail.. : dedicated;: road 11 litler■■■tlie.- control > or the Main Roads Board. v,The~ motion' jvas 'seconded .by Mr. ■W.- .G. Butler and carried. ;r:.|Mr;" Andrew .suggosted • adding that, the: Cham-beiv had ialroady- reiommen .dod that something be done to -the tilaiigular piece oL road .between -Marsden and the Jemalong.Sliirefbpiin day. Ho also-.suggested' that the Park es Chamber.. of . Commerce 'urge:v.rtho Weddin Shire: Council to do some thing in tlia matter Mr.. Frank .mentioned that the lasi 'letter received from .the .Main Roads ;Board' ■ was most unfavorable...

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SALE OF COMMONWEALTH SHIPS Effect Upon Farmer [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 8 May 1928

SALE OF COMMON- . ■ .WEALTH SHIPS f' ■ ' Effect Upon Farmer "Labor-is trying to'fashion the sale of the Commonwealth* Line to Lord Kylsant; for- £1,900,000 into a "weapon of attack -against the.Country Party," slates the weekly bulletin of the Fed eral -Parliamentary Country. Party. "It pretends to be concerned about tlic effect of the sale on the man on the land. The farmer- should know the facts." "Apart from the fact- that:1 the sale of. the line means, an annual saving of something like £600,000,- the ships .last yeai" carried only-11 out of every 1000 bags of wheat shipped; 23 out -of, every 1000. bales of wool; 5.7 per cent of Hour and pollard; 2.6 per cant of beef; 12.9 per cent of mutton and 21.1 ■ per: cent, of lamb. Of the .1,100,000 cases of ■ apples exported, from Tas mania 'the line carried just 10 per cent :of; Australia's total trade. The tee reckoned that it carried only 7 per cent - of Australia's tota. ltrade. The reduction of freight charges which Labor-attributes...

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