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Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
Wheat Market. H E Carter and Co, wheat brokers, Syd ney, report as under : — Wheat: There-is realty Tory little change to report in the market since last week. Priniti quality is worth; 2s 7d with rather .limited .outlets. -.The northern colonies are buying to. a-moderate Pxtent, but outside that demand tliwre is very little export bus iness passing, and local buyers are only operating from hand to mouth. The Lon don market has firmed a shade and is now quoted at 30s to 30s 3d for prompt cargoes, but the freight market continues firm, and this price shows no margin to shippers Chiclcwheut-is selling /it from 2s 3d to 2s id according to sample . , ■ The Adelado market stands at-2s 8 Jd, but there is more disposition to operate on tlie part of bujers In Melbourne the posi tion is-; also a shade firmer in consequence cf rather' adverse reports being received from some districts in regard to the coming hnrvest and 2s 8d is now readily obtainable there at ship's.side.
A Vital Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
A Vital Question. [Kotes frotn ri'sermon (or Young Mpo delivered at We*t Wvulmitf by the Iter. K. N, Mcrrtngton, B.A., en Sunday evening, 11th November, 1000.] P.SALM oxix ix: "Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? By taking heed thtrcto according to Thy word.'' The t'.sxt rovilvcs itself into three main divisions; first the question, socond the answer, and then the truth of tho answer. First in regard to the qupstion. It im plies that there is need for cleansing ; that iiumnntlife needs some power or influence (o purify, to . make clean. Is this a fact? I,ot us sco what is shown by observation, in the firBt place. I think wo will *11 admit that vro h.ivo novor encountered this na tural purity or perfeeticn of life Let us push our investigation fuither. Traverse the domains of literature and history and si!0 if & single instance exists of a merely human life that was perfect. The Bible claims to have produced no such instance ; on the contrary, it repeatedly testifi...
Wyalong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 21 November 1900
Wyalong Municipal Council A special meeting called by the Mayor was held in Council Chambers on Thursday, 15th inst. Present : Mayor Moriarty, Ald. J. A. Hodge, W. T. James, E. J. Pike, J. J. McDonnell, and G. Davis. Minutes of previous special meeting were read and confirmed, on motion of Ald. McDonnell, seconded by Ald. James. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Business Paper was as follows: 1. To receive the advice of the Coun- cil's Solicitor with reference to the in- structions ordered to be given to him &nbsp; at the last meeting of the Council. 2. To affix the Corporate Seal of the Municipality to the defence in the suit of Neeld and Sons against the Municipality. 3. To vote a further sum of money to pay the necessary expenses of the defence in the suits proceeding against the Council. Ald Pike wanted to know what be- came of the ordinary monthly business. Town Clerk : The monthly meeting &nbsp; lapsed and therefore ...
Sydney Markets [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
Sydney Markets Messrs Harrison, J ones and Devlin Weekly Grain-'Report— Sinee last reporting a fairly -large turn over has boon transacted itrproduc'B gener ally. and markets, on the whole, have been well maintained. Wheat: Thia market continues dull in tone, "nnd business is consequently of a limited character. As some of the city mills are now closed down for thoir annual over-, haul, the demand in this direction shows no alteration. There have been a few in quiries for .shipping quality, but holders, at the moment, do not seem disposod to accept present offers, and-are evidently awaiting the result of the coming harvest. Chicliwheat is in rather better demand, and supplies, are not coming forward so freely, consequently the market has shown a firmer tendency for good whole clean samples. . , ...Oats—There is a'fair demand for bright samples of Ne\vZoah>n&lt;l feed, though prices are unaltered, and,medium and off lined are exceptionally dull of sale, at late low levels,...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
Cricket. The Wy along and West Wyalong clubs met on the recreation ground last Sunday afternoon, which resulted in a win for the former by 35 runs on the first innings. H. Channon and A. Helyar batted well for their scores of 21 und 15 respectively, whilst jack Lynch was the only batsman who could do anything against the trundling of Grieves and Channon who divided the wickets between them. For West Wya long G. Kearns bowled with great pace and kept a good length, taking 5 wickets for id runs. Appended are the scores. WEST WYALONG. J Lynch b G Grieves 30 E Kearns c Oliannon b G Grieves 3 J Ryan run out 2 II Kearns e Asherford b G Grieves 8 O Lav/ler c Toole b Channon ... 1 G Kearns b Channon ... ... 2 E Ai thurs b Channon -... ... 0 M VcGrath a and b Crieves ... 3 P Keogh b Grieves . 0 ■M McMulIjn c and b Grieve3 ... 7 T Suiith-.n it out • ... ■ ... .. 6 , Sundries ... ... .. 4 -v; Total
Bits from Hansard. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
Bits from Hansard. Mr. Measlier (in tho Woman's Franchise debnte): The modern exigencies of life do not corappl women to be wooii.nnd (Water joeys at nil times of the day. • Look at., the heart of tho lion, mombor for Argyle bleed ing in 1891 for the unfortunate creature in tbo kitchen. The lion., m.omber w«8 wav ing the flag in those days. ; Under our prpjent system tho only ppoplt. who nre pre vented from voiing in New South Wales aio criminals, idiots, and women. Nice company for our pure women ! Mr. "Meagher: Would the hon. member for Argyle contend that the big landholders should have a bigger vote than the beer swillers in Woolloomaloo ? Mr. Rose: We may believe in women voting, but we dare not pass the bill into law, because the people have not been consulted on the question. Mr. Asbton : Appeal to pooplo who have not got a vote ? Mr. Rose: The more democratic way would be to ask tho ladies by referendum whether they wanted to vole. I Mr. Asliton : There has not been a refer ...
Wyalong Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
"Wyalong Bail way, In speaking of the rival railway routes, the Temora Independent says :— ** We can see only one reason for all 4he misrepresentation in regard to the IFemora route,-and that is: the grasping •averice of Sydney that would sacrifice the interest of every individual in the ■country districts on -the altar of its greed for business. The Daily Tele graph should ufc once propose to-connect Wyalong with Sydney via J?ourke so tjhat the Melbourne Ago and Argus •could .not be procured in Wyalong till they were nearly a week old. The fact that Melbourne is 70 miles further • than Sydney from "Wyalong via Coota , ' aiu'ndra is not sufficient for the Tele graph? The public money is involved and if the Grenfell log-rolling business suc ceeds, or the Telegraph's wishes, the country will loso ^44,000, which is \4he Departmental estimate of the cost •of the Grenfell extension over and above the estimated cost of the Temora extension. The extra cost will run a' ■•railway through tli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
MHDIOAL. DB. CASPER80NN, j M.D., D.D.S., (MiOISTKltED BY THE NEW SOUTH WALES i irEWCAr- board). 1\/FAy bo Consulted lit ALL HOURS at J3X tlio 'Wyalong Dispensary and Phar macy, Ifam-sirocii, Wost Wyalong. ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR, (Next Mining Registrar's Office), WEST WYALONG. ICommissioner for Affidavits for Now South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. BOOKSELLER, WYALONG, has been appointed Sole Agent for tne WYALONG ADVOCATE. all my Goods through GELLING AND SONS. Addess Vicfcoripn Goods, C/o Gelling and Sons, Albury. SYDNEY GOODS— GELLING'S TRUCKS. SVD^F.y AGIiNT :— P. CKIBLAND, 17. HAMILTON-STEEET. TELEPHONE 2713. An 'Xmas Gift. " What shall I send to my friend as a present at 'Xmas T' Will soon be the thoughts of mauy residents now that the Festive Season is approaching. To como to a quick decision call at this Ofiico and sec a sample of " THE PATHWAY 01? LIFE." You will give your order tvfc once. G. M. GALLOWAY Representative of ono of Uio oldest and best...
Barmedman Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
Barmedman Eaces. 'The Barmedman rates came of! on Wednesday last, but owing to harvest ing being in full swing there was a very, poor attendance, not more than 200 people being present. Mr. Smith tad the gates, and Mr. Seery the booth, -an.d'the'ygitst cleared themselves The racing was also only medium, only two and three horses starting in each event. There was no betting. The following are the results Fiery Cross Handicap—7fur. Tucker's Sunbonnet 9a 51b ... 1 Lazy Jane 8st 21b. ... ... 2 . Selling Race. . . . i Hawkin's Clean"Sweep ... "1 Kyan's4Dransvaal ... ... 2 . Barmedman. Handicap, 1 mile. •■SSunbonnet'8st 21b ... ... 1 ?elle Isle* 8st-Bid ... ... 2 Hack Race. Butcher Boy list 7 ... . ... 1 Blackbird 9stJ71b ... .2.: Miner's Handicap, 7 fur. Belle Isle ' ... ... ... ; 1 Lazy Jane ... ... ... 2 . Little Frost ... ... ... 3 . Forced Handicap. Little Frost .... .... 1 Butcher Boy ... .•.. ... 2
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
BRIEF ITEMS. ■Saturdays storm did considerable damage to the fro;,, in tho CWndoWiu district. . • . A correspondent from Uugarie sara Heavy thunderstorms were cxp^ri OMCiid ut Ungnrio on Saturday even ing HPcoinpanied by hall stones of great size. Iho storm lasted about se\ en hours, and ;ibout 75 points were registered. If we could have got this rain a few weeks sooner, it would hav.e made n big difference in the crops. Asocial \vi>l be hsld in f lie .Presby terian Church, West Wyalong, in aid of Church Funds, on WeJn«sclay, Nov. Miss Ruhe, of the Melbourne Hos pital, has been appointed Matron of tile Wyalong Hospital in place of MiB3 Frost, resigned. Out I3ena vvay it is stated that large numbers of Ibis and Martyn are fol lowing the grasshoppers and devouiing' them. In the Temora district "heavy crops of hay are being cut. One farmer has stripped a'crop of malting barluy aver aging 50 bushels to the acre. Grasshoppers are present in myriads in the Narandra district, and are ma...
Throwing open of Land [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
~B?]irowing open of Land ;In the Legislative Assembly on • Tuesday, Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick tasked the Minister for Lands on or ■ about what date are the central .-•division lands to be thrown open, and •will he inform the House what pro portion of the lands rendered available "will be offered to the public 1 The Minister for Lands said, in reply, that all the land in the expired -central division leaseholds suitable fur closer settlement, and not required for •permanent reserves, was being sur veyed and classified as rapidly as the resources of the Department would permit. The Honorable the Premier indicated, a short tinie since, that about 1,000,000 acres would be made available ■ for the public next year, and action in this direction is in progress. - It is estimated that in the district embracing the country between Wya long and the northern portion of Condobolin, ' there are over a million acres of land that could be made avail able for settlement. It is a most , remarkable th...
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
Here and There. Bush ,firo3 are reported from all parts of the colony. 0 O 0 The Smelting Company of Aus tralia (Illawurra) has raised the wages of a large number of employees 6d per dny. o o -o Requisitions are being signed :.ih the Hunter River district, asking Mr. Burton to contest tho Hunter seat in. the Federal Parliament. o o a Mr. J. Frost, a member of the Cape Cabinet, without portfolio, will repre sent Cape-Colony at the Common wealth celebrations. o o « Speaking at Braidwood on Satur day, tlie Premier placed the inaugura tion of the Commonwealth as second only in importance to the discovery of the continent. o o o Good general rain has fallen over the colony, big falls being reported ia several of the drought stricken dis tricts. o o o The Chief Inspector of Coal ■ Mines urges the colliery owners of the colony to devote attention to the manufac ture of coke. o o o A houso' at Mulwala, near Cowra, • was burnt to the ground on Friday, and the inmates barely escaped with thei...
St. Barnabas', West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
St. BavnnbaV, Went Wyaloni;, Novpinlw 2£th, ".30 p.m.. Rev. O. W. Raiten. November 25th, Hiawatha, 3 p.m.. Rev. G.'W. flatten. Dncntnbnr 2, 11 a.m, Holy Communion. Sot. G "W" Eattfn. 7 30 p,m, Mr John Ohannon Dec 9, 7.30 p,m, Rov G W Eatten. Dec 10, 7.30 p.m. Far G TV Ratten. Doc 23, 11 a.m, Ror G W Ralton, 7.30 p.'ih, Mr Bannister Deo 25, (Christmas Day), 8 a.m, Holy Communion, U a.xn, Holy Communion, Rev G W Ratten, Deo 30, 7.30 p.ra, Rev G W Rattea.
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
War News. Ninety colonial soldiers, represent ing 45 different corps, under Major Robert ..Syngo, late of the Highland Light Infantry, have had a splendid reception at the Royal Castle at Windsor. The visitors were first shown over the Custle,. including the State apart ments, and the collection of Soudan and other curios, and then inspected by her Majesty the Queen in person. Owing to the wounds and sickness from which they are still suffering, . many of the soldiers looked drawn und pinched, and some were forced to use sticks when walking. Her Majesty, who looked well, was wheeled into the hall in a chair, her youngest daughter, the Princess Beat lice, and a number of the Rjyal child ren being also present. The colonials entered the hull two abreast, halted, and then saluted in line. The Rev. J. T,. Evans, chaplain to the colonial forces, was specially pre sented to Her Majesty, who remarked to him "You have brought some very (iue men wii.h you." At '.he Queeu's instance, the men ...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
St. Barnabas' West Wralong. D^'c 2, 7.30 p.m, Rev G W Batten. Df'cS, 7.30 p.m, Sir. Bannister Dec IB, U n.m, Holy Communion, Rev "&lt;J W Batten, 7.30 p.m, Mr; Bannister Deo 23, 7.30 p.m, Bov G. "W Batten Deo 25J (Chrisltnas Dny), 7.33 p.ra, Holy Communion, Key (J \V Batten Deo SO, 11 a-m, Bev G W Batten, 7.30 p.m, Mr Bannister Dec 7, Womboyne, 3 30 p.m, Bev G W Batten Deo 8, Yai'raviUo, S p.m, Bev G W Bat ten Dec 9, Marsden, 11 a,m, Bov Q Vf Rat tea. D«e 23, Hiawatha, 3 p.m, Bov G W Rat ien G. W. Ratten, , Incumbent.
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
[ LOCAL INFORMATION. . .Maoiktiiatks-G. Stevenson, P.M. P. W. flc-ay, H. J. Woods, H. Gardner, A. \. Hmith, K. A. Collie, W. U. Clement*. F. K. W'.'U.v Distkiut vohusvm-h. A. Collie, j.P. •SiiKun r's C>FMn:n - jj, Gardner, .l.r. Tun C'oriJT sits daily for Police Court cases. Summons ami Small Jjcbts Courts ov&lt;ry Tuesday. Quarter Sessions held four limes a'yoai—His Honor Judge Holers, Q.O. Waiu)D--G. ytevoasjii, P.M.. who nho visits Barmcdnmn, Yalffofrfin and Marten. C.P.S., &C.—S. JO. Beaver. Mrdicat.—3)r*. "Willis, Caspcrson, M. Ferry, and Kealiy. Poi-um;—Rorgt. Totoiswald, Licensing Inspector; J. Quail, Senior-Constate ; and f> Constables. WaUOLIN'h Cl.KriK AN";/ MlNIN'U K KUISTKAK— S. 0. Isaacs. Post & Tklkouani Masteii— West WyaloDg-, C. H. tladler ; Wva/ontr, (■. M. Black. ITosi'i rai.—President, f. Necld.sonr.; Hon. See., A. ijmmelt; Medical Oi!:eer, l.-r, Willis ; Matron, 3\Iis.s i'rosl. BArrnHiKS—NXiclialas and JJoyimmd. 2x stam pers; Chnnnon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 24 November 1900
EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SYDNEY 1895,1803,1897,18SG and 1899. THE BEST IN THE WORLD White Tank Hotel, MAIN-STREET WJ.ST WY ALONG. ■ Mrs. E. Cuzner WISHES to intimate to her numerous fiicmJR and the public generally of the Wyalong Goldfield and surrounding districts that ehu is licensee of the abovo Hotol, which is replete with all the latest improvements that are necessary to make a hotel comfortable, whero none only but the best braids of spirituous and fermentpd liquors can bo procured. A fiast-clas.s table ■where a sumptuous repast win be obtained. Special attention to the travelling: public. Loose Boxes a Specialty—the best oil the field. —NOTE THE ADDRESS— And give a trial to Mrs. E, CUOTEH,. ■ WHITE TANK HOTEL. MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG. —THE— ■WYALONG AGRICULTURAL SHOW IS OVER. ' ~ E. HESSE'S': JEWELL.EEY SHOW IS STILL ON. ■\TOU are all invited fco call and inspeot X- hie Latest Stock, just imported direct from the manufacturers, which induces the LATEST STYLES and FASHIONS in Gold...