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CHEAP WHEAT Leads to Gaol [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

;; CHEAP. 0HEAT Leads to Gaol •. ■ • 'i IV- ■■ . ' An ,dc1)O vof-..Uio\.rpcenl; floods w'aa hoard ill. t.lio Juneo Court): wh'on 'J'lioniftfi ,T(tiiip«r Lki'IcIji.s was eonvictod of-stealing sovcm hags °£ wheat owmid hyHoliest WfU'shall Harris, and valued af £5 4s.y and' sentenced' to tliroo months imprisonment. Sergeant. Goodwin stated that ,Lar Itins was recoiKiittoiiIng tliB : wheat •dumuftud hy. Hie (jtorm, w)ion Iio' Mojo sevo/>,))aga, ylffck.Jtfi sold a^'a rcducuili price,; : j .. i. Li. ;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WAGGA SHEEP MARKET Spirited Competition [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

WAGGA SHEEP MARKET .... ' Spirited Competition <'That Associated Selling. Agents of? Wagga.report having held, their usiial ifartnjgJitly. sale of sheep in jhe Muniel-; 1 pal gardson the 1st March .when there ■was a good yarding, the heaviest pea ked: for, more than. 12 months,- 5 'Jfpo: total yarded! was.. 31,220,, comprising 2607 fats , and 28,613., stoves., Pat sup>" :pUes were o£ medium.quality,with:odd prime pens in other sections. The: market opened to spirited competition and was very Arm at last day's best prices; with- some* classes .isliowingj a »rise- of 1/- to. '1/6.' on'- tlie>-preyjous prices. Stores were, heavily : supplied, 'and (were of; mixed:-quality, all-, sections' being, well: represented. Young, sheep: were* in keen demand, meeting with' spirited: competition throughout the iday.i.aud values;for ttliese anil weanors 'advanced.'.fully-, 3/ to >4/- on, last • day's ■forward values;- Plainer, quality, sheep jsUawed.ar;i;ise.:on lastt day; from...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

MURRAY'S J / GLOBE LIVERY-STABL.E6 ' " | , Rear Exchange Hotel | JHORyniS' VEHICLES'-FOR WALE, : t., - . hire, OR FXCHANOB Wr>y.Ing, Parties. Catered. For jF*™lTT™jF ' ~~ . The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd. MR. T. A. SMITH having left the district, tho above agency has been taken over by A, E. ELPHICK, vvhc.se present addross la Court St., Wes(v Wyaiong. Mr. Elphick -will be pleased to meet pany transacts all classes ot insur both old aad now clients. This com- ,| once.. I IRVINE BROS. r AUCTIONEERS STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN. Box 6 Phone 6 <"_■ TULL1B5G:-AV ^ ■ '.gents for— • ^■ /Masse T Harris - Co., litd. "" ■ lv • Mpyj and, Millar "$'<■ J''. (W. Williams & Co., Ltd. McilTat Virtue Ltd. • A.- H. McDonald & Co. Ltd. Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd. Shampooing ; n Singing »! Masasging Combings Made Up Special Ladies Chair, ESS WRIGHT, Prop. WHITE TANK HOTEL REG. GORMAN ^ Desires to announce thaC he Has taken over the a...

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(Published by arrangementa). DEPLORABLE EXPERIMENT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

(Published* by. arrangeraenta). . DEPUORABLE EXPERIMENT" . I . ■ ■ • II . ','Prohlhitionv... doesv , not' u prevent ; | drinking and-, the enforcement; of. law has been: a -miserablQ'.failure."-ii.-,'; i ITMs statement-, was: made • to. the • New Yorl; "Times'.'; by Mrs. James J. Walker, wife of New York City major. ' ' | • ■-1, (| •; Mrs. Walker: . continuing, saidi "A-. prohibition, that- would- stop ' over, in dulgence in liqu'or might be a good thing,- but it lias never been, tried. A; dry law that' is :not- enforced v. is -notli- ^ ing more than; a deplorable^ experi-, ment.. No matter what we think of, the,policy from a moral view point,; we should have the ■ courage .to recog nise- and admit exosting. conditions.. "Enforcement of „tho Prohibition law has failed miserably. MeD and' women, who through no other' force than conscience, scrupulously respect every other law, scoff (--.openly,- boast fully and jokingly at it.- Ton ypars ago men and women would have been ! ashamed ' ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

BEAUTIFUL LSMIES / tfVEAJa A BE FULL I BERLEI CORSET,1; 604.—For, heavy figure with big hips. ;t On handsome peach silk .broche with elastic sections at waist. Reinforced over abdomen. Fit ted wit hsix suspenders.'Sizes: 24-36in. and 37-40in. BERLEI WRAP-ON; ,439.—For med ium figures of average prooprtions. In pink striped rep wit helastic sections over hips and at waist in'front. Light boning imparts gentle, control. _ Four suspenders. Sizes: 25r36in. ' BERLEI WRAP-ON, 4G4.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with elastic sections' over . . hips and all round top, to ensure per fect freedom. Lightly boned back and. front. Fitted with four suspenders. Sizes 20-30in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 581.—For heavy figure which desires control/ of the ab domen. Planned In pink P.ekin stripe, with elastic sections over, hips and underarm at waist. Slightly, raised front, well-boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36in. BERLEI CORSELETTE, 6046.—Im parts'beautiful lines from above bust...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Federal Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

Federal Parliament A conference is being held at Can berra of representatives of the Com monwealth Government and the New South Wale's and Victorian Agricul tural & Works Departments for the purpose of considering n policy for the future developments o£ the River Murray Irrigation, and Navigation Works, iii view of the* lfactJ" that til though the original estimated project : was to cost £*1,603,000,'ail amount of ,£•1,(120,000 has alrady been spont and the completod works are estimat ted to cost £14,000,000. 1 In 'opening, the Conference , the Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, said it was perfectly obvious that the time had now arrived-when the Common wealth and 'tho' Slates concerned must investigate the position of tho River Murray.' Works. In addition to the money spent upon construction, '.works, the States of Victoria and. New South Wales have also invested £28,000,000 on surveys, pumping : plants anchannelling to nirtke pre vision for the contemplated . settle ment. The resu...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HEAVY FINES Failing to Destroy Rabbits [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

HEAVY FINES Failing to Destroy Rabbits For failing to destroy rabbits, Mar garet Byrnes, Annie Byrnes & Jo hanna Byrnes were severly fined ai the Forbes court. • In the first ease, -Johanna Byrnes was fined £50, court costs 8/f and pro fessional costs £1/1/; in default six months light labor. Margaret Byrnes was also fined £50, court costs 8/, professional costs £1 Is, iii default six months light labor. In the case against the three col Ioctively Johanna, Margaret Byrnes were fliied £20 each, in default three months light.Iabor, court costs S/, anil professional costs £1/1/ in each case. Annie Byrnes was fined £15, court costs 8/-; anil professiona 1 costs £1/1/, iu default two months light labor. The penalties are to go to the ■P.P.' Board in each case. • ■

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BACK TO MOLONG [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

BACK TO MOLONG Molong— a pictiiresquo and prosper ous town on-the" western lino-—is hold ing "Back to Molong" Week, begin ning with' a ;United Church sedvice 011 Sunday, March 25. The week's pro gramme includes opening of the Town' Water Supply by the Minister for Works, two: days' show, races, mon ster procession and sports, / tennis tournaments, grand ball, evening car nivals, etc. Application forms for rail way concession tickets will be for warded by Mr. E. J. Vauglian, Molong, 011 receipt of inquiry.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHAPTER XIII. THE ROGUE AND HIS MOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

V - CHAPTER irrii ; Tire' rtOGTJE and his motive. \ After Pamela liad taken \ a . cordial leavo of 'Wintersley lie sat Cliero and went again over their conversation. She had stirred him strangely. Ho had that morning been greatly, attract ed by her, and later, when ho had/call-' ed at her father's.houso, hciliad admir ed while he hated lior; but now it was different. Ho was always ^ ready to admire' and to forgive a pretty woman, especially such a Btipcrb woman as Pamela ■ Temple! What n Btutely name. It was just tho narao for her. Ho could not ; quite understand his 1'eelingSi .Ho had not felt like this r.f6r. more than ten years. Ho had ad mired many women, and generally had vsome sort of love affair on tho go, but iMiis'was not the ordinary thing. Ten ytWs ago! Ho had forgotten that ihejo was such a thing as lovo. It had been vpoor Janet Glendinning then, lie Inut. loved her madly then. Sho would btf\ imiwssiblo now. But—and ho let-his\thoughts return to Pamela. She had wonderful...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

^ rrnasi HANGMAN'S NOOSE. a • JOHN L. CARTER, v. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," " Tlie Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. (rutiliubad'bjr Spooial Arrangement with\, tlio i'lopriotora of the Copyright* / CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) J Slio felt that it was unsafe and use less, to discuss tho matter. What slio Sloped for was his co-oporp,tion, or at icusfc liis neutrality. She felt con I'inced that none but Wintorsley sus poctod Ilubort. Porhaps,,; with -tho hopo of winning her favor, ho'i.would hold liis hand Sor.a few days rmoro. A.ikI sho would at onoo get Hubert to 50 away. Wintorsley beamed. Ho could af ford to wait a week or two, and in tho incantimo ho would prove himself tho Doctor's friend. That devotion to hor lovor would at least placo him noxt to Dr. Braid in. her heart. Then, as soon as advisable, Hubert should bo arrest ed, tried and hanged, and all in such a< way that sho would not suspect him-, soli!. Then tho Held would bo; clear. Sho would pino for a month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

For All Classes of Job Printing try The "Advocate" West Wyalong jJw 1 ENSURE SATISFACTION : • BY CONSIGNING TO:—j .. The CDimnDnwealtb Wool and Produce Co., Ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Pla» Calves, Skins, Hidsjt Consignments retire perBonal Mupervmion and are on»y Aaaamd by j exports. Same attention given to small consignments as well as large onea.» Prompt attention . Liberal advances If required Help the Company to extend its past policy ot vigorous, pro gressive' development along sound !lines, maintaining its present principle of refunding part commissions based on profits for j any given year. OVER £34,500 reluruetf to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during ' the past four years ' j Wool Department under direct personal supervision ot the General , Manager Stock Deoartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden. Address: 3 Bent Street. ' Svdney. I - '! 1 j MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER 4» VO., LOCAL ■ :..t»-RESENTATlVES Give Worn Tyres- '; another Lease of Lif...

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CHAPTER XIV. THE PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

.1 yU. CHAPTER XIV. -1 THE PARTING. The meeting botwecn Pamela and Hubert that evening was a strained and. painful ono. Of course Pamela hail boon expecting ■ him, and ho arriv ed in time to dine. i .; ,Thero .-was the whito-haired old Colonel,.and hiB plain,, sweet-looking wife, littlo Rosalie, and Pamela herself. It ■was not a cheery meul, and Hubert was glad when Pam ela led liim away to hor own littlo ait ting-room. Whon once they wore boliind the closed'door of Pamola's artistic, al most sovoro, groy room, Blio lapsed from hor usual proud beuring, and impul sively'shot out her round, soft arms and tightly claspod his ncclc. "Dourest,'' sho whisporod tenderly, gazing into his oyes( hor lips, hor "wnolo sell, ono great appeal, "jo ' will do something to plcaao met" Ho would havo kissed her, but she seemed to liold liim away, 0 Ho had liopcd to comfort hor into rorgetful ( ness, but her foara wore not to be lulled. It had been a terrifying inci dent, her conversation with Winters ...

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AD. MAN'S ADVICE To Country Traders [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

■j'AD.. MAN'S, ADVICE |. To Country Traders '51 Addrossln^-a.' ihGeting^fi theYCouii Hry\Trader-'s ',jA.ssociatioii ; at^ tho * Com-. 'mor'cial Travellers' ;'\(Cluby Sydney. Mr^Arthur., O. Richardson, P.- X. E.- A;.:' • ,} jutVf' ■' \->* autltor-' of j taianyi !\i|j^lslngv:pul)llca-: ; rV-ns'-'saidy" ii^A'dyei'tlsins isi'tKn, l;i£ factor that ' lias^ liuiltt-up thoreta!'.* ' Gelling to-day/. Use; -big'- spaces.!-- ii:, newspapers1 that- coyer-your. ■ field-. ■spaces that- will.: 'dominate a < page, compel attention and • lioldi interest,. tt is the big gun method,1 ; and not; !pea-sliooting;that?wing-trade to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

Li JADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Maltlandj Street.(near. Fire StatIorj)jj]j WEST WYALONG ! ^ ' new;- bakery' AtTallimM rp> -:i• ' I . • I~ WISH- to notify the public'of °Ial Urfitfa'and district that-1 'have opined l NEW AN DUP-TO-BA"EB BAR RRV jt.Tallimba as from DecemT)3v3.'; '■fly Motto: Cleanliness- and Civility. '- GIVE ME A-TRIAL , " " e. j. BieEi^ ; WHEAT GRADING 3uBine83. as. Usual . Reduced Prices. Workmanship Guaranteed. - i S. McINTYRE x,'. . TALLIMBA WEST END--'.BAKERY , WEST WYALONG. CounTry Orders are Strictiy. Attended to. ,1 , Deliver Bread in botlr towns and de liver to • all train's and alii coaches. 1 White Bread; Brown Bread, Small: Goods, Wedding ' Cakes,'. Birthday . Cakes ' ;.'vv." i Civility, and; Goqd Service 'ji'; FRASE3& BB0&V (E. D. &.JC !fe. A.) i, TO PBE8ERVE EGGS IteS will POACH,_B0IL off!!]!', The only really perfect Egg. Pjtf*AV;:7 !»■. •"OVO." Simple to use;- (I'AUAJilE JM-... POSSIBLE), wlUlMY -'OVO"-1 \SV«s.'?esu!t» not obta...

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WYANGALA DAM Gepp to Investigate [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

W YANG ALA DAM Gepp to Investigate I , The. chairman of the Dovolopmont & migration Commission, Mr. Gropp, 1ms armnkg(1:to visit tho country that would i'ljc irrigated" by 'tho' con struction , of thb -'Wyangla- Dam, on the Lauhlan River. / : ' The Nowi South Government hopes Jiiat as a rosiilt of Mr/Grepii's visit tho Commonwealth will make avail blo, . unilor ;tho imperial migration loan arrangement, sufficient money to put tho work in hand. >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

«■ When a few friends drop in for a dance, the posses sion of a LAFFARGUE PLAYER-PIANO will give the host and hostess a feeling of perfect confidence. These delightful instruments will provide the most enchanting music —the dreamy waltz, the pulse quickening jazz, the liveliest fox trot and one-step—with an effect that no ordinary hand can produce, and the time is perfect. tWrite for Catalogues, Price List and Easy Terins. 33S George St. & 20S-10 Pitt St 1 SYDNEY. | A. EMMETT, Local Dealer State Wide Appeal FOR LIMBLESS SOLDIERS We the undersigned holders oi the Victoria Cross being members of the Limbless' ioldiers Aquatic Club anil Provident Fund Appeal Committee make this State wide appeal for our less fortun ate mates. ■ His Royal Highness the Duke of York has granted his distinguished patronage and the object of the appeal is to raise the sum of £5J,C00 for the purpose of provid ing private Swimming Baths and Club House on Sydney Harbour, and a Provident Fund for the Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. ? Opticians, 385 Qeorge St., Sydney . Have visited tills town regularly for thirty." years. Wntch tills «imco, or write for dato of next visit. * £ | a,»rtftffkA - ww nB --,-v ¥re11v £ t MTOCFIO f* II MJ7ADI flMFli ITU ± •> « * 4» * MESSRS C. E HcFARLAND, LID. | Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, | | + I Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mur- £ i T I willirmbah, announce that they have pur- | t i | chased the Musical Instrument Business of | I MESSRS F. E. STARR & CO. 1 ♦ £ I of West Wyalong, Temora and Forbes J £ * T <• * McFARLAND'S are handling the same high | | grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: I RuMf Flaps and Pianos ".iNjg Spaethe Players anil Pianos * * I Mil Flaps and Fianos 1 * £ £ £ t " .a. Ji " £ » i . Welter Pianos, ana . { * ApoDophone Talking Machines | £ * * * * * * * * i | £ | The Public are invited to inspect the Largest | * Stock of Player Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords, | I + * Mandoline, Banjos, Accord...

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OBITUARY NOLA CONNELLAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

OBITUARY NOLA CONNELLAN Mr. and Mrs. D. Connellan, of West Wyalong, recently sustained the sad loss of their infant daughter, Nola Patricia, aged two months, the cause of death being whooping cough. The remains were interred in the Wyalong cemetery, the Rev. Father Shannon officiating at the graveside. The fun- eral arrangements were conducted by Mr. Mills.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 6 March 1928

PERSONAL Mr. D. G. .Walker, Solicitor (late or Ardlethan has purchased a practice at Forbes.   * * *   Mr. W.W. Brunton, owing to ill   health, has resigned the position of secretary to the Cootamundra. Show Society.       * * *   Dr. H. C. L. Delorery died in Syd- ney recently. The deceased gentle- man practiced for many years in Forbes, where he was held in the highest esteem by the whole commun- ity. . The marriage of Nurse Jones (late of Cootamundra District Hospital), with Mr. Norman Dundas, of Tem- ora, took place at Rose Bay, and the future home of the couple will be at Temora. ' ,L. * * Mrs Goode, of Adelong, celebrated her hundredth 'birthday .-■■ recently. Relatives came from'all parts and; attended a huge banquet. The old lady is hale- and hearty and does her own work. * * ' * : --: The little daughter, Verna,. of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Macdonalrt, was rather -seriously ill' last, the re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. Opticians, 385 George St., Sydney Have visited this town regularly for thirty years. Watch this space, or write lor date of next visit. 1 MESSRS C ft McFARLAND, LTD.I £ • 4 % £ * I 1 5 * Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, ± * Hk * 4* | Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mur-J £ * % willumbah, announce that they have pur- t | i | chased the Musical Instrument Business of J t t | MESSRS F. E. STARR & CO. / | * I t of West Wy along, Temora and Forbes - t 1 * * McFARLAND'S are handling the same high | * $ | grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: $ * ? V..t •j* * * * * t ^ * * t t * - —- m-- * T -msmmi J nstm/J + * * ' it. . in s i, ... ^tfiffijxiwweap 4 I x F. Weber Pianos, mfy, y, j «§• \ ! k ■' | * \ ^ f t \ 14BBI1IRBBgRilBSBBf IVIHI'IHIBIPV * * v< I » f WT | * rm.. J u-~ —„x- t j J i + / I | The Public are invited to inspect the Largest t * * * Stock of Player Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords, I T * * + * .Mandoline, Banjos, Accordeo...

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