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Sale of Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
Sale of Rights. I Mr. Mullan submitted the.following | privileges'(in 3onncction with the ritces . at West YVyalong on tho 23th insfc.) to public auction at Phillips' Hotel yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon :— Right o£ Tattersall's, Mrs. Phillip?, £6 Refreshment stall, Mr. Lowrie, 10s. Saddling paddock gates ; passed in at. £1 10a Outside gates ; passed in at £12. Race Oai'ds; Orowley jind Go., 5s. —d—rin i ■■ ■ ■iT'W.i^ i mm i%* Bargains in Bicycles—See Eraser's advt. '* There is 0110 thing about W'y along " said 11 local lady 'other day, "aptf that is notwithatanding.tiiudust, you can gut.-my thing in tho irontiioiicrciy lino from H. Loudon, West '\Vyalon&lt;».
The Eva Mylott Company [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
The Eva Mylott Com pany Lovers of music will be afforded an excel ent opportunity of judging of the capabilities of our Metropolitan artists by being present at the concert ~ by ilie above company at West Wya long on Saturday 24th. An attrac tive feature in connection witk the concert will be the first appearance before a Wyalong audience, of Miss Nellie Cook (soprano)'Miss Hilda Ait ken (solo pianiste) Mr. W. A. Rohjna (Baritione). Miss Cooke although no longer a debutante has been but :.a comparatively short time before .tfch» Sydney public aa a professional singer nevertheless she comes with iu\ enor-, nious metropolitan musical reputation, judging by the laudatory press notices of her appearances at the Sydney Town Hall and elsewhere. Miss Cooke will sing Roberto che tu-Ador-a and "Scenes that are brightest;"- acid will join Miss Mylotfc in the dueb " Me3ta Ognor." Mr. Robyns,- :the b iritioneof the company, who )B:'Siid to possess a voice of- fine quality and range, h«s already...
cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
cycling Notes. From ih' Eu.ilop J'neumati: Tyre Co, Ltd. ! 10) Flinders street, Melbourne, " Many'attempts have been "made to find a Jifcting subsiitufcj for indiurubbcr but so f ir all mixtures bavo lacked the elasticity and durability of the "-en iiino article. & |; : George Sutherland, the crack New [ Zealand ricier, who returned to Mel bourne from Paris (where lie competed iii the World's championships) last week by the R.M.S &lt;&lt; Brittannia," left fo Christchurch (N.Z.) last Wednesday by the 1 Monowal." It is his present intention to race in the N.Z. Cham pionships, and then return later on in the season to Melbourne, • A.L. Wyatfc, of the Dun lop Tyre Co., Perth, who recently established a meritorious road record from Albany to Freemanfcle, is now making arrange ments for an early attempt oil the Australian 2-ihrs road record, which at present stand at 304 miles to the credit oE E. A. Pearson of Sydne)7. ' The majority of the American motor concerns...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
MEDICAL. ; DR. CA8PERS0M, I M-D.; D.D.S., : (DEGISTEliED BV Till] NEW BOUTIt WALES MEDICAL BOARD). MAY be Consulted at ALL HOURS at the Wyalong- Dispensary aatl Phar macy, Main-street,- West Wyalong. MR. G. P. EVANS, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND ' PROCTOR, (JTexfc Mining Registrar's Office), WEST WYALONG. Iggf Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and, Tasmania. If SCI Mr. C. H. Roberts, BOOKSELLER, WY.CLONG, has been appointed Sole Agent for tne WYAL0NG ADVOCATE. Kindly Forward all pay Goods through GELLING AND SONS. ' Addess Victorian Goods, O/o Gelling and Song, Albury. SYDNEY G00DS i^" GELLING'S TRUCKS. SYDNEY AGENT :— F. CEIBLAND, 17 HAMILTON-STREET. TELEPHONE 2713. An 'Xmas Gift. " What shall I send to my friend as a present at 'Xmas 1" Will soon be the thoughts of many residents now that the Festive Season is-approaching. To come to a quick decision call at this Office ana see a sample of " THE PATHWAY OF LIFE." You will give your ordor at onc...
Fifleld. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
Pifleld. • From our Correspondent) V ,AVe hdve had a plethora of excite ment. lately in the shape of an inquest, 'a: 'picnic, a concert, and a raid on a ft grog Blianty all in one d ty. A man named Hodgers arrived in town from the tinfield and was directed to an 'abandoned hut, where ho found a dead ^Chinamnn, who, the doctor said, died 'from natural causer. fi.e raid on the shanty caused some amusement owing to the clumsy way the police managed tlie job Constable Bool, from Con doblin, v ho was on tlie job, was dis guised so that even his own friends did ;nofc knrv him; succeeded, with the aid of an informer,'in getting some drinks fnnd 2s 6d wbctlfiii a bottle, then with tlie aid of'Constable Grady of Fifield, [seized a lceg: of beer and a ease of I Whisk}'. JJp to this time everything went' swimming with the police, but •whether it was tho bright oyes of the ladies of Plafcinn, or whether it was the Superabundance of good things that had -bij^n pro^jded for tlia picnic, but the ■...
Personal and Political [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
Personal and Political Sir William Lyne should go down to history as the Premier of picnics. Scarcely a week hns passed since _ lio gathered the reins of Government, with out soniel urge or small festive afl&lt;ur, either on land or water, directly or indirectly arranged by him for the joy of both ministerialists and opposition ists. If Sir William believes in worif lie-also insists in recreation. ^ As host at such outings the Premier is fatherly and indefatigable Caimblas, now in favor as one tf the Federal capital claimants, was the scene of the Pre mier's latest .large picnic. He xtna body guarded oy politicians too nnniet ousto mention. Meanwhile, the out rivalled «. H. Reid is quietly figuring out his federal possibilities—that is, ho is l iving a picnic ' on his own.' There is a distinct revival of bohem ianism in Sydney after a decade of quietude. The revival dates from the departure for England, a few months ago, of Henry Lawson, the Australian poet. Judging by the d...
Temora to Wyalong Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
S'Temora ;to Wyalong Railway. In tin; Assembly on Wednesday, discussion was resumed oil (lie motion of Air. (./.Sullivan, "That it i.s i-xpedi i-ut I luit a line of railway from Ternora to Wya'orig, as recommended by the Public Works Committee should ho carried out.'' "£JVIr. Brunkerand .w era£.oilier mciti n!nt, and contentious tailw.-iy proposal being, brought on at midnight, when members were fagged out with a hard Sir William Lyne : It is only the first stage, micl if that is not passed tb night, it cannot come up again. } Mr. J. Fitzpa trick said his main ob jection to the bill was b.ised upon the circumstances that although it had been before the Public Works Com mittee several times, it bad been re jected on all occasions, with the''ex ception of once The Speaker.1 find that the 'lion, member spoke on this subject last Fri day. Jle is, therefore, now out of order. '(Laughter.) Mr, Me .gher said the history of tho proposal win such as to make close scrutiny of it an imperative...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
WISHES to inform his numerous Customers that lie lias purchased very extensivel for tlio'XMAS TRADE, and to m»ko room for the Now Goods he has deter mined to SELL AT (JUT PRICES. 1$^° The People may " metaphorically" fix their own prices ! •SSa A.E. must again mention that for Tobacco, Pipes, Pocket .Knives, Razors, J Strops, Perfumery and Patent Medicines, r HE DEFIES COMPETITION, BOTH AT PRICE, QUANTITY, AND C?UALITY. Anyone wishing to Boole for the 'Xnins Annuals can do so now, and ensure themsolves of Retting what they want out of— Pear's .Annual, Holly Leaves, London J\7ews, Graphic, Black and White, Wcldon's and Young Ladies' Journal, Sketch, and not forgetting the 'Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Australasian and bulletin. All the Colonial productions are splendidly desinged, and should be'ordered oil A, EMMETT—who is the Agent. Also COUNTRY CUSTOMERS desiring to procure Papers or Goods by post or otherwise will receive satisfaction prompt'attention at A. EMMETT'a—but the cash...
Commonwealth Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
ConmonwealtJb. Cele brations. . The Mayor of Wyalong, (Aid. Mori arty) lms received tlio following letter from tho Secretary oE Citizens' Com mittee in connection with tlio forth coming Commonwoxlth celebrations in Sydney :—■■ Sydney. Nov. 9, 1900. To his Worship Tlio Mayor. Dear Sir,—I am desired by the Citizens' Commonwealth Celebration Committee to adviso yau that it is earnestly de sired by tho citizens (acting in ci operation with tho Government), to make the street decorations of -the route through which tlio Common wealth inaugural procession will pass of ns representative a character as pos sible. It is realized that this celebra tion that' will inaugurate the Common wealth belongs pot only to Sydney alon", but every, town in Australi i. It is proposed, therefql-e, that the de corations of .tins stie 'ts shall,tiis far as possible, include representation by banner, trophy, triumphal arch, or other emblem of overy'oity and town on the continent. We have reason l&lt;j ...
Lands for Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
/ Lands for Closer ( Settlement. i TI>ts Lands for Closer Settlement Itiil introduced in the Assembly at last Wednesday's s'tting sets out the conditions and terms on which land may be, bought by the Government from private owners. ! The Minister may notify in the "Gazette" the land that is required foi agricultural settlement, Meantime, the owner is prohibited from dispos ing of the land. Afterwards, tlie Minister may call for a, report from the local Land Board on the following points :— (a) The fair value of the land to the owner, (b) The suitability of the land for agricultural settlement, (c) The water supply to the land and'to land in its neighbourhood. (d) The probability of the immediate sale of the land under the provisions of this Act. (&lt;?) The demand for land for agricultural settlement in the neigh bourhood of the hind. (f) The area and character of Crown land available for agricultural settlement - in th3 neighbourhood of the land, (g) The value of the imp...
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
LOCAL INFORMATION. Magistrates—Q. Stevenson, P.M. F. W. Reay, H. J. Woods, H. Gardner, A. A. Smith. K. A. Collie, AV.-H. Clements, P. E. Welby Distinct Cokonkb—It. A. Collie, J.P. Sii»tnm',s Ori ji.MUt—H. Gardner, J.P. Tiib Court ftit-s daily for Police Court capes. Summons and Small Dobts Courts evtry Tuesday. Quarter Sessions hold four times a yeur—Ilia Honor Judge Rogers,. Warden'—G. titove also visits Barmcdman, Yalgogr\ C.P.S., &o.—S. K. Bw^cr. Medical—Drs, "Willis, Caspcrson, M. Perry, find ICeally. Pomck—Scrgfc. Peterfiwald, Licensing Inspector; J. Quail, Senior-Constable; and 5 Constables. Warden's Clere and Mini.vo Rkgistrak—S. G. Post & Telegraph Master— West Wyalong, C. K. Sadler; Wyalong, C. M. Black. Hospital—President, P. Neeld, sour.; Hon. See., A. Emmctt; Medical.Officer, Lr. Willis ; Matron, Mi«s Frost. . Batteries—NNicIioIafi and Roymond. 22 stam pers; Channon's Crushing Mill; Gongh's No 1, 10 stampers; Cox, Huntingdon Mill, Climo Chlor ination Work...