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

| PERSONAL I —— : Mr. V.»W. "Hyde, formerly of AVya long and now a teacher on the staff of the AVagga I-Iigh School, won tho Spaulding Cup for, gent's singles/han dicap at the VBaclcito Wagga-Week" tournament. Partnered by Mr;. R-.Clay-: ton, they also won the Cup'for doubles championship -- ; Nominations ' for Hospital Picnic Races close, Wednesday, 21st March.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

TO HE QUITE HONEST. "And what are you tryiny to dispose o], -poor manf" "A thirst, Madam."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OTHER PRESENTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

OTHER PRESENTATIONS At Rev. Goy's farewell service at) Ungarie on Sunday night last, : 160 persons were within the Church and about 100 outside,1 the latter being1 unable to gain admission. At the con clusion of the service, Mr. E. J. Cope, and the. Elders (Messrs. D. Beattlo, W. Clemson, R. Cooper : and-E. Ney land), all paid tributes';to the'splendidi work of their Minister, after which the treasurer (Mr. W. Pole) presented,' Mr. and Mrs Goy with a. family Bible, with illuminated title page. Silver1: mementos were also presented to each of the three children . At Lake Cargelligo on the 27th ul timo, a : social evening was tendered. Mr. and Mrs Goy, Mr. D. McPadyeni presiding over a large assemblage. Many speakers expressed their ap preciation of their guests, after which .Mr.. Ray Orr- (an Elder),- presented Mr. and Mrs Goy with a case of stain less cutlery, and the . children with suitable mementos. Mr. Goy was also presented by the choir and Young People's Guild with a pair of t...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

4= LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES SYDNEY Wo ol g Pro puce Brokers, Fat Stock Salesmen, Stock ^Station Agents. WRITE. FOR WAY BILLS LABELS and MARKET REPORTS K.oe. L.CUDMORE, Manager. chas. hope , asst. Manager. ♦ o ♦ FACTS Here are eight of the many facts why Dodge Brothers Four excels in its class: 1. Swift acceleration—Zero to 25 miles < per hour, through gears, in less than . 7 seconds. 2. 20% increase in petrol mileage. 3. Forgings, gears and axle shafts of chrome vanadium and other costly alloy steel—a five-bearing crank shaft. 4. Steering ease—because of great leverage exerted by steering gear and reduced friction resulting from ball-bearing spindles. 5. Short turning radius, which means • convenience in traffic and in parking. 6. Wonderful riding comfort—largely the result of spring-length totalling 85% of the wheelbase. 7. Beauty of line and colour usually found only in cars costing many mora pounds. 8. Mile-a-minute performance. > •' Body Styles. '&lt...

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Rev. and Mrs. Goy Farewelled RECORD ASSEMBLAGE AT TULLIBIGEAL Various Presentations Made [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

RECORD ASSEMBLAGE AT TULLIBIGEAL Various Presentations Made . The assemblage of people at the Tullibigeal, Hall on Monday night last .Tullibigeal Hall on Monoay night last was probably the largest yet witness ed, there, when the Rev. C. T. Goy arid Mrs. Goy were tendered a - social evening and ' presentation. - The large hall was well filled by people who came from all parts o[ the surround ing districts, including Condobolin and West Wyalong. If" any proof: were needed of tlje great. and, wonderful popularity of Mr. and Mrs. Goy, Mon day night's function undoubtedly fur nished it. , _ i Dancing was Indulged in to splendid' music provided by the Black Diamond Orchestra from West Wyalong, and during the evening ' the Tullibigeai Brass Band gave several selections Mr. D. McLeod, a bagpipe selection; and Miss Walsh and Mr.■.Keating,;re citations. • ' The committee, and especially the Organising Secretary' (Mr. W. Moiie ghiltie) have every' reason to be pleased with the function and the...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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ODDFELLOWS' PRESENTATION GOLD WATCH TO REV. GOY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

I I ODDFELLOWS' PRESENTATION GOLD WATCH TO REV. GOY Prior to the public presentation at. Tullibigeal on Monday night, a largely • attended meeting of Lodge Tullibigeal M. ■; U. Oddfellows was held. Bro D. Bryant, N. G. presidod, and after paying a warm tribute to the services of P. N. G. Bro. Goy,lie called on I.P. N.G. Bro: F. "Whymark to make tho presentation Bro Wliymark, in making tho presV : entation of a gold . watch . suitably inscribed, said the brethren fully ap preciated the services which Bro. Goy had rendered, and deeply regrett-' ed his departure. The branch wan very forCuiiate in possessing such an able and enthusiastic brother, and the Society in general in having such a member, Bro Goy had been a regular attendant, and had done his best for everybody. In presenting him on behalf of the members with a gold watch, he ex pressed the hope that whenever ho drew it from his.' pocket to see the correct time, his thoughts would fly back, to Tullibigeal,- his Lodge and his br...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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VOLUNTARY COACH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

VOLUNTARY COACH At the annual meeting of the Te mora Football Club, at which SO were. ■ present, a motion; was carried fleeting Eric Weissel captain and voluntary coach. The election was cheered; Unofficially it was stated that Weis sel is to receive £100. Mr. N. W. Bland was elected presi dent. Mr. J. Howard treasurer and Mr L. Poole, li'on.,:secretary. The bal ance sheet diddled a credit of £50 . after an expendi'tui'e of £S91. The prin "cipal ft ems of'expenses were refe'rees*-' expenses £192, car hire £15S; jerseys! £70.'The gate receipts amounted to £60S. - A discussion took place, and it was decided that no season tickets be is sued. • . ■

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

HOTELo PACIFIC MAMLY N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL—FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and. Cold Water in every Room Magnificent Ballroom. Golf Links Bowling Green,. J ( Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/- per cfay.,, Children Half Rates. "f _ 1 •. «■' ,, Special Tariff for period of one month or longer. Telephone: Manlij 829, 830, 831. C you 9ay 3&ess> you §et ZMore in a Longer — Roomier — Faster — More Beautiful than Ever The motoring public, quick to appreciate/the mani fest superiorities in the first Chrysler, immediately initiated a demand for Chrysler appearance, per formance, and long life in other price classes. Serving this public demand, there are to-day four distinct new Chrysl^jv' models-—ranging' in price all the way from £275 to £1235. Note the features of these four new Chrysler models. Comparison with anything the market offers will convince you that they cannot be dupli cated by other cars, except at greatly increased cost. LEARN FOR YOURS...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

CHAMBER OF COM MERCE Monthly Meeting At the West Wyalong Chamber of Commerce meeting in> the .'Memorial Hall on Wednesday ■ evening the Collowing were present Messrs. J. Duffy (inthe chair) G. W. Cussen, K. G. Anthoness, G. Histon, A. Andrew R. B. Bloore, W. G. Butler, II. Fraser, W. B. McDonald, W. A. Buttensliaw. W. J. Field, J. McCann, and J. Frank (Secretary). ■ Apologies were received - from Messrs. C. E. Wallder, (President) J. W. Parker, and , S. E. Wellington. The lion treasurer (Mr. G. W. Cus sen) reported that a sum, of £1G/12/11. was in credit. . t Accounts, totalling 6/9/ were pass, ed for payment., It was decided . on ■ the motion of Messrs Frank and Histon that ah future meetings of the Chamber bo held at the Memorial Hall. Mi\ Histon moved that the secretary procure maps of the Bland Shire for the guidance of'the Chamber of Com merce. Mr. Cussen: Where will you keep thorn? . Mr. Andrew: On the walls I suppos • •Mr. Anthoness suggested purchasing a parish map,, also...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

I Autumn Opening* SATURDAY, MARCH 10 % ''■> A4V r'$\ 4f>xmi - > ii'&sH ■ jrjB ,, ,jl ;-i(,.. itr'i n: i:>!?v-,aJ "MX :■'" John Meagher & CI©. Ltd. <3> <$• <$> o o o ❖ SEE OUR WINDOWS "; 4 Showing all the latest in Frocks,'' Costumes, S Millinery Fur Coats, Fancy. Cheek Vel- ^ veteens, Plain Velveteens, Fancy Costume ' ' / ♦ Lengths, Fancy Coatings, Wool and Fur , - ' J Trimmings. ■ ^ ❖ == " ❖ il mm. ■ -::r. — ± w t ❖ ❖ O ❖ <€► ❖ <?> <3> <S> O ❖ UHtty W.8RERET0N M.p.S. Wishes to notify the Public of West Wyalong end District that he do«B ell branches of DENTISTE*. • MURRAY'S GLOBE LIVERY STABLEs Rear Exchange Hotel &' vfefnbiiES1'vok'n'OiM, HIRE, OH EXCHANGE W'-'ilng Parties Catered For The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd. MR. T. A. SMITH having left the district, the above agency has been calien over by A. E. ELPHICK, whose present addre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

HIS HANDICAP. g "Why are you so untidy? 1 suppose you've got a wife7" "No, lady. I 'as ter earn me own livin'." ■ I ; 'i 'I —By Arrangement with "The Bulletin"

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Sheep Sale at Orange [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

• Sheepi Sale at Orange " .A . —o 4 ; As •will, be' seen. by. advertisement in this issue. Messrs Leeds Bros. Ltd., •will'be yarding 15,000 well bred sheep at Orange, on, Tuesday next the 13th inst. The auctioneers advise the sheep will' be ,found, of high quality and the full, number will be yarded for abso lute sale,, so it shouild. be a good op hroit ltei, twa asa flmfwyp cnifwyp por'tuniiy for farmers and graziers to fill their: [ requirements with good, heep at' reasonable values.

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

Registered; under A.J.C. Rules and affiliated with the Southern District Racing Association Amateur Riders only, who must be Members of the Club. , 28, 1928 ' ' on THE WEST WYALONG RACECOURSE For all horses who at time of starting- have not won a cash prize ex ceeding: £10. PROGRAMME To start at 1.30 p.m. 1 PROBATIONERS MAIDEN HANDICAP, -1 furlongs. For all* horses at time of starting which have not won anadvertised, prize race on the flat. Of £(i, second horse to receive £1 from the stake. Nom. 5/. : To start at 2 p.m.' ' . . • . 2 MATRON'S BRACELET HANDICAP; 6 furlongs. Of £10, scond horse £1 from stake. Nom. 5/. Acc; 4/., i To start at 2.30 p.m. NURSES' TRIAL STAKES HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. Of £8. For all horses that at the time of starting have, not won a prize of the value of £10, second horse to receive £1 from the stake. Nom. 6/. ix To start at, 3 pt.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE, 4 furlongs. For all hacks the bona-fide property of owners residing, within, a, 'radius of thirty miW of Wy...

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

Important Sale of " FREEHOLD LAIS®*" W. H. BYRNES has been' fav6i-ed with instructions from Te'mpra-'Mfifai cipal Council to sell by Public 'Audtion' on the ground adjoining the-'S'trand Theatre on ,u 'v Saturday, March 24. at 3 p.m. All that piece of land situatedj|in HosUins Street, Temora, and known, as the old Council Chambers—Site. Containing a frontage of aWout 33 feet to Hoskin%StH3Bt with a-tleplii feet to lane at rear, being northern' part of Allotment 2 of Section of Temora. TITLE TORRENS " Terms an dconditions will be an nounced at Saie. " n All further particular's from the ;aue-'| tioneer or Town Clerk, Temora."' W. H. BYRNES . .. P.O. Box 15 Auctioneer Phone 4] '' ■■ :ll iJ | WYALONG & .DISTRICT." " .il-'ul THE Committee would be' pleased to receive donations of books''lor .magazines, same may be left^ Vvith^G.' J. Bland, JM. ThbmasV^tUe;:£fp^^l> or the Secretai-y '; '• e a.:\va ■ ■ ifiil.l if.-.: LEAP:- tilAR J. HALF MOON FOOTBALL CLUB 'MASONIC HALL Ut: 3^6...

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

V': [»" FREE SI •! | WITH EVERY £6/19/6 SUIT TO MEASURE i . ~ $ 55 : £ All Suits to Measure are skilfully tailored and perfect in evex'y detail, ;t ;; . made to your own . measurement. ^ 5s The.unseen work is done \vell:o'• The OPTIMA- and HAIR CLOTH § • • TRIMMINGS and Foundation .represent honest and FIRST CLASS * ); WORK.' ! j./' 5!'All Suits to Measure are hand finished and perfectly tailored. We ;; are out to give utmost value in Tailoring to order, and guarantee per ■; feet lit, style, and honest work with every Suit. , £ * > ; • There is no better value in Suitings or Tailoring at the price. In fact # | [ "there is no competition anywhere under £10 10s. Having recently g :: purchased a big range of Woollen Worsted Serges, attractive tones of % Blue and Brown, Grey Pinheads, Stripes over Checks, Grey Herring ^ bone, and new Blue Brown Fancy Weaves, all guaranteed materials and & dyes, we are now offering you a skilfully TAILORED SUIT WITH St) * EXTRA TROUSERS FOR £6...

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PUBLIC MEN Recognising Long Service [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

PUBLIC MEN Recognising Long Service vAJdiiu;*! Biiiii ibl S . |.i';! I . I i Mr. H. Fraser (President of the Parents and Citizens' Association), speaking at the Chamber of Com merce meeting on Wednesday evening gave notice of the following motion: "That this Chamber discuss the ad visability of conferring with the Bland Shire Council regarding the wisdom I of recognising the services to the town and district by public men of long residence." With permission, of the chairman (Mr. J. Duffy) the mover explained that his experience of towns in which he had resided was that very often the services of prominent men, with 20 and 25 years residence to their cre dit, were not publicly recognised, while on the other hand, bank officials and others, who had given service to a town for five or six years, received good send-offs and had their worlc re cognised. He did not suggest that these people were not entitled to re ognition, but it appeared to him that men of lengthy residence and service ...

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FOOTBALL Getting a Move On [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

FOOTBALL Getting a Move On According to street talk and the (enthusiasm manifest in competition circles football is going to boom in the West Wyalpng district this year. The fact that a number of important challenge cups changed hands in 1927 has brought about a determination on the part of the vanquished forces to turn the tables during the approach ing season. The spirit of healthy riv-< airy appears to be more pronounced' now than it has been before, so that lovers of the game can wait patiently in expectation of witnessing somu strenuous battles before the final cur. tain Is lowered on the contestants. The local Half—Moon club , has al ready put its best foot forward in the way of electing office—bearers for, the ensuing term:: This was brought about at a meeting in the M. U. Hall on Friday'evening, with Mr. Sid Smith in the chair. ; The officers elected are: Patron—Mr. Jas Howard. President—Mr. E. Callinan. Treasurer—Mr.- W. 'Howard. •Vice Presidents— Messrs W. Stiv ...

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

RETURN THANKS MR. AND MRS. C. J. BERTRAM tender their sincere thanks to Rev. o Goy, Dr. Daniel, tlie Nursing Sisters s «o£ sthe Ungarie Hospital, and all ff-lefed's and neighbors who assisted, ■ or offered assistance, during Mr. Ber tram's recent illnqss. ; , i ,'j;, p,

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

• ■ ! METHODIST CHURCH Glrral 11 a.m. flfi Girral 11 a.m. (Farewell Service). • Hiawatha 3 p.m. (Farweil Servi'c^) I West Wyalong 7.30 pjrii''Harvest'Ffes tival. " ' ' West Wyalong Monday 8 p.m. Har vest Social. ; "|J ILiJi>:ii5i '■ If;•!" Revl H-.Bu*!?S

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

i>' T CHURCH OF ENGLAND wrri 5 ' — '*■ West Wyalong Parish ' 'r'J Tuesday, March 6—Vestry Meeting at the Rectory S p.m. Wednesday, March 7.—7 a.m. H.&.; 7.30 p.m. Intercession and Address." ' Thursday, March S.—7.30 p.m. Meet ing of the Girls' Friendly Society. Friday, March 9.—7 a.m. H.C., 3 p.m. Coucil meeting at the Rectory. , , SUNDAY: MARCH 11 (LENT III)' ■« S a.m. H.C. West Wyalong , , _ , 3 p.m. Mr. Wi'ight's i'<. 41 ^ 7.30 p.m. West Wyalong. W. J. Cohran, Rector."

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