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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Fjps h J£±a AYJk AYiL JKlA JL JL WISHES to inform his mimirous Customers that ho hap. purchiRpd very ostensibly fur the 'XMA3 TRADE, and fo mnko romn for the Nov.- Goods he hax deter mined to SELL AT CUT i'RIUJiS. The People nmy " metaphorically" fix their own prices ! A. 13. must again mention that for Tobnc-o, Pipes. Pocket Knives, Razors, Strops, Perfumery and Patent Medicines, <4^ uL : ' HE DEFIES COMPETIT ON, BOTH AT PRICK, QITANTI fY, AND QUALITY. Anvono wishing to Hook for the 'Xan* Annuals can c'oso now, and ensure themselves of m'tliu^ wlnit thov want out of — Pear's Annual. Holly Leaven, I on dun JYtics, Graphic, Black and it kite. II eldm's and Young / adieu' Journal, Sketch, and not forgetting the Town and t'owitry, Sydney Hail, Australasian and bulletin AH t'no Colonial production* ure splendidly dosin^ed, nnd should bo ordered oft A. KMME't'T—who is tho Aj»>-nt. Also COUNTRY CUSTOMERS desiring to procuro Papers or Good* by post or othorwiso will receive s...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Kifle Shooting The following hi W.vrtkng kifli- Uln place on fiuturduy E. Mills H. l'aldnrk ... *W. K. Wilson - VV. Pollock ... J. N. Crowley H.Nnjlor (Jospin. ... VV. Akhurst .._ J. Campbell ... *A. Chellow" ... VV. l.ao *•'. Mci/orma^k TIiossh murkud *' rifles. e ■ hu Foorus of the West b shooting wbiuli took 40()yd 5 Oyd hdep. Toil I 29 30 (5 65 .32 31 H 6.i "t9>»«*30 8 63 2$ 2£ 3 (j;i 3u 20 kc 59 | 28 25 4 bj 27 23 6 56 | 26 28 1 oi 25 25 3 5.i 14 32 8 55 | . 21 20 6 47 21 7 12 4. allowed 1, usin;j M. H.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. CHINESE DEVILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. CHI-NESE DEVILS. Dr. Morrison sa* s that an .American ady, before being rxGuut^d by the Jinxers in China, was N d through the s reds naked, and with one of h- r breasts cut uff. '

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Council. An ndjourned meeting of the Wya Ion" Municipal Council was held on F.iday nigH '.wt, All the Aldermen were present. - At the opening of the meeting, Aid Duncan agjiu referred to (ho motion which hn had moved at. last meeting, anrl which the Ma>orhad refused t" put. Aid. Duncan said his motion was quite in order and strictly within the scojn* ^he business p >p'*r. Tlie Mayor said that any nioti>n submitted i ho 0 ■uneil m>usr l>e moved by an Alderman in whose nune it .appear* on tlin business paper. • Aid. Tyler said lie was one of t.liose who gave notice on the business undur :\vhicli the iiiotiou was submit ed, and lie would move the motion in place of Aid. Duncan Seconded liy Aid. James. Aid McDonnell objected to' -the Wnainess b* ing handed over tou. Corn mitten .to !>■« dealt with. ft.f*r con-iderublrt discussion, Aid. IToilgo moved :is an amendment th>it the Committee consist, of the whole Council, five to form a quormii. Th - Mayor siid lie must p...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

"War News. "Many of the B >ers who sun-ended and went to Del'goa Bay have rejoined the Boer commandoes A Britis-h force met n party of forty on ihe frontier, and in the fighting which ensued 'killed eight, and wounded or ca^turiid the leniainder, The British have intercepted » number of dispatches intended '"for Pii-sident. Styne. The Boers have occupied Koffyfon tien, in the Orar^e River Colony uboU' ■thirty miles from Pauresiuith, The loy il women took refuge in » mine, while tlie mow remained on tlie surface »nd resisted to tin: utmost. Fifty Boers surprised the ontpost of a company of volunteers at Berkahill, who were asleep in the trenches. A force of 300 Boers captured lled dersburg, to the south-east of Rloem fontein. They commandeered nil the stores in the town and then retired. Details of the engagement at Ven ters burg, Orange River Colony, state that the enemy, who occupied a wooded kopje, where partly surrounded at n giit At. dawn, 200 B crs poured a fire into the 39t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wheat [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Wheat Hi R. barter and Co. Wheat Brokers, Sydney,'report as follows: — Wheat is pruetica ly unchanged, values raiiyii g from 2s 7d 10 2s 7id for prime quality, and nil prices down to 2s 2il for cli ckwheafc. The demand for ex port has been nindei.-vely good, but millers are \erv indifferent buyers. London values have eased someuha', mid freights remain firm and vessels scarce. The Melbourne limtket has al.o eased and cannor. be qu>>ied over 2s 7£d ex rail, viliich is about the Vfilui* in Adelaide. The world's out look hi.B not been mndihed in any,- ant! points to lower rather than better prices. ■

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Monday's Sports. Tlia following nre the bicyclo handicaps for the 12th November :— ■£ral, lml. 2inl. Ji. Pay no, Sydney ... KCr scr. em'. D. Harris"", do! . ... |0 2J 35 R.'Elt in, OoV.inroobie... 10 20 35 ,1. Willi erf, "VVyiilnncr ... 25 45 90 C. TJtirliBtf. 1'oiik liill ... JJ5 45 91) A. .1. Kin^. V\'yaii)nj; ... — 00 95 Q. Byrn^n, Tenifmi ... 30 — 05 O. M. K'.'lpun, Wyfilong 35 C5 Km W. I arr.y, YVyiilotifr ... — 8) lo" W. Wiiltrrs. VV. W'yiilon^ 40 75 14H F. Lyons. IVmnrn, ... — 15 1 H. Lynch Wyjilong ... 65 i2o 210 T. Wyllio, ilo ... — 125 210 C. I'yrni-B, 'lVmor.a ... — 1'23 210 K iNn.ylur, West VVyalo»£ 70 1:*5 270 tl Eiiicvy, do ... 7'"> 14"» '28'1 A. Seat'T, • do ... 75 Ho 27t> 0. Brown, do ... 85 — 30v CHARITY HANDICAP (footrace/ UJflyds J. O'Kecfe. Temtira ... ... 4yil<s I.Cowull. Wnst VVyal.insj ... 4 T. 'J'ueKer, 'IVni'im ... ... 0 A. 1-Ja bish, \Yo»t Wyiiloug ... 6 J. Srnvi;ns, do ... 7 iV. stownfnId, do ... 7 W. Wntts, do ' ...• S R Niiylor, do ... •...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Hospital Committee A-meeting of the Hospital Commit ter wns lielc] lit Collins' Hotel on Tues day "night. Present: Mr. Olnrke, in the chair, Mild Messrs Sendee, C-unp bell, Wflbv, Ratien, mid tlio Secretary Jlr. Manning. Tho millutes of t.liR previous meeiinii wero continued and correspondence received. ; On tlio motion of Mr. Souden, sec onded l>y Mr. Campbell, \he inviron'. resign"tion wm accepted. It1 was de cided to cull applications for po8i(.:o i in in the "Sydney Herald" and "Mel bourne Arc;us." The Doctor's roport for September and October was received ami adopt d 011 the motion' of Mr. Campbell, second ed by Mr. Souden. Mr Souden moved and Mr. Camp bell seconded, that a letter of thinks be sent to tho matron for her service1*, and to inform iter that sti ps are being taken to give her a certitic ite. M» Campbell moved and Mr Soirlen seconded, ill-it th« wiirdsrimn's sihuy bo increased to£l per week.—Carried On the motion of Mr. Souden, seconded by Mr. Campbell, salaries ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Statistics. We arc in receipt of a pamphlet by P. A. Ooghlan, showing the statistics of the seven colonies of Australasia from 18G1 to 1S'J9. The work coti tains a deal of valuable information. The totil population of N.S. VV. on Drc. 31, 1899 was 1,350,650; in 1861 it was 3'18,5-10, an inciuass of over a million. • I'lie pooulaiion of Victoria was—1861—539,847 ; 1899—1,163, 400. The total population of the com monwealth is set down at. 3,726,480. Tho annual increase in N.S.W. ac end of last year was 22,810, against 3,210 in Victoria. The rate of mortality, per 1000 of the mean population was —jN.S.W.—17.03 ; Victoria 19.55. The total value of imports to N.S.W. for last yeir was—£25,544,315; Vic. toria—£17,952,894. Exports—N,S Wales—£28,446,466; Victoria—£18, 567.780, The value of imports for the Common weath was £63,570,400, and the exports £77,066,267. The total annual trade of .N.S.W. is £54, 039.781. Tlie total number of sheep in this colony at end of last year, wus—36, 213,614;...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Sporting. [By Fourteen-Two.] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

.Sporting. [By Fourtpen-T«7\3 The Sydnay joc key W Evans npppn.iv to bo doing goo<i business among the poninsin Melbourne. Sammy Whithread, who HmIs from tho Mnnidng Kivor, is rt'cognired as one of tho best poi.y rid<T* in Sydney. Ho has been particularly'lucky lsvt 4ly Avehrny, a iull brother to( Aeniena, won the Eastern Pint is of ,£200 for Captain Scott at the Cuuragh, Ireland, martin*; last mouth. j At the Doneastor yearling sales, Mr. L Robinson ^.vi* GoO^s for a filly by Oarnana from Lady Halle, and G^ugs for a filly by I'renton from Lady Sterling! When tho la&t mail left England, S. Loafes was at the head of the" winning jockeys' list"-, having had 111 winning mounts to his credit. I«. "Ft-iff followed with 110, and J. Kt-iff with 102. Miichall, the champion cyc;ist who met with a serious accident some month!5, ago is returning'to hi* old form agah Ho rode 20 miles in 33 minutes 10 seconds a few clays ago. Marry "Elkes, tho Am^man mirldle disfanc...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

V/yalong Cricket Club A meeting of tho West Wyalong ''ric'.tet Clul) was held at Evan's Hole! on Ti'.osdny night, when ahout 3d names were sub mitted for enrolment. Mr. Sadler occupied tin; elixir. -The following officers and com mittees were unanimously eleotnd : — Patron—Mr. J. -Meagher; President— Mr. F. E. Wolby; Vice-Presidents— Messrs J. Goggins, MeTntyre, Evans. H. R. Iiilyar, and 0. Sadler; Sec. and Troao.— Mr. \V. Stewerald ; Working Committee — Messrs. J. Lyntih, P. MeGrath, G-. Kenrns. flieltoy, .B. Goggin,. E. Arthurs, M. ICoarns, J- Lynch, and .1 Leonard ; -Can vassing Committee—Messrs. 0 Sadler, W. Hrazier. and W. i-tmvcnild; Practice Cap fcuin—W. Stewerald. It was decided that tho membership fee for the year ho filed at 03. Tile Secretary was instructed to write to tho Wyalong Club and arrange a series of premiership matches. Mr. O. Sadler l<as l'indly decided to give a trophy to the greatest number of catches mado ii" competition m'itches.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. "JEALOUSY." [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Original Poetry. " JEALOUSY." There are troubles grim and saddening, There are aches of grief and pain— There are fictions most dislionobt, , In the lust for sordid jjiiio. Thero nro spirits dull aud heavy, Bowed down by erual- fata : 'i'h'eYo ii 1*0 slanderers most spiteful Who the truth can novel' state. But of all the grim misfortunes That grief atul pain impart, There's naught go wild, unrcu&on As ii jealous doubting heart. Tliero are many deeds moat cowardly Dtmo by outlaws bold and true, Rut such acts are love and kindness . To those done from jealousy. That, greon and yellow dornnn, While onco turned loose and free. Becomes more fierce and rabid Than a fiend can ever be. "['is a wild aud hateful madness Fan ned by every simple net, To its warped and biased vision Thought is strained to actual fact. Where Faith and Lovoabounded And maintained an honest sway, Poubt and Hate rulo rampant And Truth hath fled away. It- lias caused the fail of nations— It-has lived in every...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Auction Sale. Saturday, lev. 10th At,.1pm. E2y ortJer etlT Ifse ESorfEaKce.'i. M. CUSA.CK Fj'AR boon instructed to foil by Public ,S_ Auction .'it the Premises oa Satur day next, 1 Oth iiiht, fit' 3 p.m A!!o$Busei>4'- Wo S. Scot son 30, Gilbert Ht'i est,'1-Vwn of AVyalo"ff, containing 1 Rood on which is I'-eeted a comfort able "Weatherboard C^ltaqo, now in the occupation of Jfrs Mary Dawson. Also, Household Furniture and effects therein. Terms its st.itrd in conditions of Snlo. Tfei ® @ And Send it to the Editor of Please Enter my name as a Subscriber to the Wyalong Advocate. • Signed................. .* Address. The Case of fJlr. Wm. FJIcCARTHY. (From the Windsor and Richmond Gazette). by ocit special ni:vonTi:n, Information having been conveyed to the ttvill -1.\Ir. McUtfnhy.liadrceovcrt.dfrom A Very Gersouo USneGs?, we at once detailed :a reporter to makefull enquiries into the matter, and also to. per ;so:iai]y interview IvieCarthy himself on the tuhjeet. When our reporter ar...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

is now*.especially danger- | ous, • for WuUeir with it3 | chilly winds ancrwet / « materially aids this dread-' | ed disease in ijs attacks. $ First comes a siig'ht -coug-h, « then weakness] feverish- I nass, shivering"! fits, pain $ in the chest and shortness $ of breath. Later on the 2 cough becomes ja hacking- 3 one. and pneumonia is fully | developed. ! . | D:>. WILLIAMS' pI"K PILLS 1 curs pneumonia even at s< its worst stag-es,' as the following' testimonial will show: ! | iMiss Maude Chrhtie, of Truro, (< K.S., sa> b : —ts I .su(Tq-« d intensely § fr-'in pm umouia,. wtneh set in as $ ili» r>: ulc t.f a severe eold, which I <? could nob throw off. Whenever I $ couylio I Istrained mrsulf all over, J ami tho tacking p in was fcaiful. ?< For two mmittiH' I Iwas in hod, jx attended couMtantly Jly a skilful 3 phyaiou.n but X grow gradually 5 worse Tin doctor Shu! X. was > $ consumption, and tnat nothing ^ wi»n d me. I \?a*;in d...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

War News. Tho Boers have destroyed a portion of the Cape-Johaunesburgh main ■vunk railway line to the south of Edenburgh, in tho Orange River Colony about 35 miles from Bloenifon i oin. Boer guerillas have also derailed n train near Jairersfontein. They make frequent, ni^ht attacks on tho railway unci telegraph lino-, and have repea tedly cut tho latter. Lieutenant-General Hunter has oxpellotl the Boers fron Ve'ntersburg. On tho eastern Transvaal frontier, closi) to Natal, *11 tho Boer farmsteads between Dundee and Vryheid have been burnt to the ground as a punishment for treachery. The .British-are sheltering the Boor women and cliildcrn. Of the Boers captured by the British at Jagersfontain 250- have been aanfc to Ceylon. "When Boer raidera surrounded Pbiiippolis a -telegraphist escaped from t.he town, tapped a wire outside, »nd summoned relief. By this moans the little garrison was saved. The burgers of Pretoria have made efforts to persuade General Botha and others to surrender,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Redfern Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

RecLfem Sales. Tim Farmers and Settlors' Co 0<ier ii'ivo Association, Ltd., Report:—201 bags of ehnft' arrived at, ll"df<:rn din ing the past week, while <1800 bags of Victorian chaff came to hand, making in all' about 35,000 bags. The chaff market shows no alteration in values. Choice (.grffcui and prime des Tip'ions are in pond demand, while medium classes nro slow for sale at unremuner ative rates Wo Ind the tir^t of the now season's -chaff from Narrnminn. Tin-abaft'plainly shows tlio disastrous eiV'uts of tins late dry weather, anil it odened out broken up and dusty It dn is badly wanted in many parts of the country to s ivo the wheat. Consider able quantities of hay will have to be cut for chaff as it. is. Wheat—Market is practically lifeless with pvimo wheat nominally qui ted at 2s 7d, ■ trucks I.)arling Harbor. Poultry—Scarce, selling at high rates. Pigs — Baooners firm, 30s to 50s j, porkors 15s to 2Gs ' Quotations are are as follows—Extra ch...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Joe Governor was Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

How Joe Governor was Shot. Mj:. John Wilkinson, who is nearly GO years of age, tells a very intelligent ■story in connection with, tlx; shooting of Joo Governor. It ran as follows : — He w.is returning frotn the llouchel on Tuesday ni^lit, ;uid while passing through. his ou ii property to go to his brother Gboige's hem tie d a liio burn ing in one. of his paddocks. At first he was not much impressed with (he incident, but on his lonely ride through the busli it struck him that possibly the /ire might be Joe. Governor's camp. When he reached his brother's place early in the evening, lie discussed fclie aflair, and after a long consultation decided to investigate. ■ Accordingly they started on their mission afc about midnight. As they stealthily approached the lire they noticed-that it} occasionally brightened, as if sed by light chips. ]i would be brilliant for an instant, then flicker, and almost expire, and then it would burn up again. Eventually, on getting to within about 30 yard...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bush Sketches. (BY xi.) THE WAR BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

'Bush Sketches. (by xi.) THE WAR BIRD. A large box tree partly dead, some of-the lower limbs bare of leaves and smaller brunches.' On one of these lower limbs sits a bold eagle. At tlio first glance it appears to be aunass of lifeless^ brown, feathers-.. A ' 'fitaror view -shows- the, bright 'keen eye witching. Approaching- still rfatirer the Bird presents a .striking picture. Tta eyes seem to exactly (.ypifv .courage and relentless purposo; iis beak a-id talons seem to bo the moat perfect possible work for seizure anc! slaughter; and its massive folded wings appear to he capable of either soaring into the realms of the snn or making lightning rushes to earth in search of prey. On tho ground near the true lies tho body of a wallaby partly ealen. »'*• "I don't wonder that thes<-: birds have alway been looked upon as the emblems of war. In repose they look threatening ; sailing in the air seema as' if noting', could ' escape their eyes; and when they are attacking .their pr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

Progress Committee. A meeting' of the West AVyalons; Progress Committi.'o was held at Col lins' Hotel on Friday night last. Tim following innmbi-rs of the Com mittee were present :— Messrs. Heylar, Grc'iv Gelling, Mills, Thorn, Welby, mid Einmett (Secret nry). On the proposition of Mr. Thorn, seconded by Mr. Mills, Mr. Heylar was voted to the chair. MINUThS. Tlie minutes of the previous meeting were rend arid confirmed, oii'the motion of Mr. Thorn, seconded by Mr. Mills APOLOGY. An npo'ogy for unn attendance was received from Mr. C >llie. KliSIGXATIOK. A lettp'r was received fioni Mr. Rouse tendering his resignation as a member of rlio Commit ice. Mr. Thorn moved that the resignation be received wiili very deep regret; also that the Secretary 1)6 requested t.0 write to Mr. Ilotse,' expressing' the sentiments of tile 0 .mmittee in losing his services. Sec aided by Mr. Emmett, and car ried unanimously. . / CORUESPONDENCE. A great deal of correspondence was rend and den It wifclt— t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 7 November 1900

"Vv yalong Crickst Olub A mff'ti/T'f ol* Hi" West Wva'onsr.f^ric'tft Ctiih was iii'Ii! at'Evan's Hotel on Tuesdn v ijigbt. when nbniit 30 nfinips were su'.j ntittnd for enrolment . Mr. "adler occupied tViH ch^ir. Tin' follmvinif' nfflonrs and com mittees wore unanimously nlpct^il;— ,Patron—Mr. J. Meai;lipr; President— Mr. F. E. We'lly; Vice-Presidents— Messrs .T. Gopfnins. McTntyrn, Evans, f-f. B". Hilyar, and 1!. Sadler; tfec. and Troas. — Mr. W. Stewer.ild ; Wor!(in<; Committee - Messrs. J. Lyiiuh, J' McGriith. Q K'rirnR. Hmkey, K. Oo^jfiu, E. Arthurs, -- M. Eenrns, J. Lynch, aiirt .1 Leonard; Can - VHPsins^ Committee—Messrs. 0 Sxllor, W. /'riiiiier, and W. ■" fct'werald j Practice Cap Will—W. Stewerald. It decide 1 that (lie membership fa'1 for the y<ur be fix-'d at- 5s. The Secretary was insirui'fc'd to writ« to (hi Wyalonjj 1)1 ub and arr.ut^i' a serfes of Jnoraiership mati'he3. Sir. 0. Sadler hivj kindly decided to give ii trophy to the groatest u timber ...

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