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LUTHERAN CHURCH SUNDAY, MARCH 11 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

LUtHERAN CHURCH' •!r" s SUNDAY, MARCH 11 Ungarie Hall, 10.30 a.m. H.C. —John 1:29. You ar? welcome.—Rev.- i;. i(l, sti-elan, Uagciile. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EURIMBLA WOOL Good Prices for Clip [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

EURIMBLA WOOL Arrai. » Good Prices for Clip Eurimbla clip, from ,, Yalgogrin Noi'th,: realised the following satisfac tory prices at the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co's. sale re cently:— Ten bales AAAW & WH 25d. , Six bales AAW & AA W & WH 23.id : Five bales first pieces 10id. Four bales second pieces lSd. Two bales bellies and pieces 17d. One bale locks 93d, The firm wrote: "This clip opened up showing good Quality, stable and condition, a little dusty, especially in | the backs, burry, skirts, run with a few broad quality fleeces. Your, clip was in good request, and prices real- ; ised are in keeping, with valuations made immediately before the sale." i

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Musical Coy. Coming [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

Musical Coy. Coming The Humphrey Bishop Musical Comedy Co., who are just finishing a highly successful season at the Cairo Theatre, Melbourne, will be playing here shortly, and will broadcast from srr mtoe- hdlu cmfwy pshrdlu shrdl 3LO one of the 22 programmes from their repertoire on Tuesday, March 20.

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

A FAIR WARNING One That Should be Heeded by All. Frequently the first sign of kidney: trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this warning makes the way easy for more serious trouble —gravel, serious kidney, disease. 'Tis well to pay attention to the first sign.' Weak kidneys generally grow weaker: and delay is often, dangerous. Resi dents of this -locality place reliance' in Doau's Backache Kidney Pills. This tested remedy has been iused- in kid ney trouble for years, and is recom mended all over the civilised world/ Read the following:— ' Mrs. John Hardy, Robertson Street, Barniedman,' says: "For a long time my kidneys were in a seriously dis ordered state. The secretions were thick and cloudy and contained sedi: : ment, my back ached fearfully, and I had dropsical swellings on my legs and ankles. I used to feel absolutely wretched and had no . interest in any ! tiling. I tried all sorts of kidney medi i cine, but as none of them; gave me ; any relief I thought n...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETARY'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

SECRETARY'S REPORT ' This bnuicli ;ot llie Bush Nursing Association,'in being the flvst in this Stato-.to. embarknon the control of a Cottage Hospital-fiilly equiped,- and staffed with nurscjg. and. a probationer —to deal with .all general and ob stetric cases, entertains feelings , ;of pride and satisfaction in having ter minated the year in a successful man ner. The committee were faced with many; trying problems requiring care ful consideration,: but ■have overcome all difficulties, aiul the reputation, that the institution now enjoys is a grati fying recompense. . |The-pioneer work fell to the Ioa of Sisters , II .E.' MacNair and B, L. Gough, who took over the manage ment as from the 1st May, and re mained until the end of August. Great credit is due to them for the manner in which tney performed their several dities, frequently under adverse cir cumstances, and always with , the ut most cheerfulness. As time went on the work increased to such an extent that It was-necessiary to...

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

A. W. STIDWILL General Commission Agent UNGARIE . Large Stocks of Super and Bunticide on Hand. A. W. STIDWILL Box 40 UNGARIE. Phone 15 nir. _ H — VI x a thrive lYj.e a ±rm» oausiucium uruaraiueeu •. '.-.u-.-y-. ' *i^a.dio ymcepiwdv with the ' RADIOLA STANDARDS" C^<35l33j ^ ^ Valve Superheterodyne ^-v.<«CP. XV Broa(jcast Receiver. Housed in high grade Cabinet and ® entirely . complete with all accessories, including Amplion Loud Speaker « - £45 Terms—£9 Deposit and small monthly payments. The-world's- foremost engineers agree that the Super heterodyne Principle as incorporated in the Radiola is one of the greatest inventions in broadcast receivers. A special feature of the .Radiola is that the ultra-sensitive receiver unit is.sealed in a compact jnctal catacomb or container ,which after asserribly is filled' with insulating > compound which permanently protects'-thc components from damage,, interference or variation. /Neither dust nor damp can enter the catac...

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

The VICTOR Natural Expression Player Piano Will enable YOU to play delightfully any class of music with natural expression and without sign of mechanical effect. It will perfectly satisfactorily withstand your most severe summer temperatures. It's possession will add very greatly to your ordinary opportunities of home enjoyment and to your social pleasures. Fitted with the usual attachments and the Natural Expression and Transposing devices. It can be purchased on very easy terms. We will gladly send you Catalogues and detailed information on request. Will you please investigate?. 33ti George St. & 206-210 Pitt St. SYDNElf. Local Dealer, A. EMMETT Right there When we put the NEW Goodyear Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "Goody ear's Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather J Tread—the famous old All-Weather re designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. , & , , TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre." You get safet...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSH NURSING ASSOCIATION Ungarie Branch Annual General Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

BUSH NURSING AS SOCIATION Ungarie Branch Annual General Meeting' 'Ww ■ iv-tU iilli Rev. C. Goy (President) occupied the chair and opened- tho meeting with a-; brief '-address : outlining tlio activities oC;lhe Institution: since its • inception from the opening o£ the hos pital on tho 1st- May, 1927, to the end oC December 1927; Minutes of the' previous general meeting were read and confirmed. The report was read by the Secre tary, and the balance sheet^ by. the Treasurer ,and appreciation express ed by the meeting for the good work performed. ■ ' -- Certain, necessary alterations to the-, rules ; were 1 made, ami the scale | of tees were revised. In'rising to deal with tlie election of office-bearers for the year the Pros! dent staled that as lie was leaVing the district; he was reluctantly com pelled to sever ■ his connection with the institution. In brief- and fitting rer marks lie congratulated all who, had worked, so: strenuously during| the year for the successful conduct of t...

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

ELECTRICAL TROUBLES. Tlio fact that the modern car is re-: liability itself where the lighting sys tem is concerned should not induce you to neglect being prepared to deal with minor defects. For instance it is • wise always to carry a complete set of spare 'bulbs. Slany people neglect this - precaution, to the detriment of their, own comfort and safety. It may happen that you get a "short"; whjcli will permit the generator mom-. entavily to feed direct to the lambs, i instead of by w'ay of the accumulator., If this happens at high engine speed, ; all the "bulbs'may be blown at once,, or three br 'f6ur at the same time. In. the event of a simultaneous failure, of -all tile light's, a broken • or bad ' connection between £he switchboard i and 'tile battHry'may be diagnosed as, the cause. ■ . On some cars,-"especially, if a too heavy -fu^eor'fuse wire has been put in, this sudden, failure 'may. also in volve the "blowing" of all the lights., Of course TsucTv a defect should receive im...

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

ONCRETE Milking Sheds are rapidly finding ' favour with the Dairy Farmer, for they are sanitary, durable, easily cleaned, and economically constructed, j Concrete is rapidly coming into its own as the primary ( factor in the construction of Farm-buildings, which may be carried out expe^itid.uHy^by semi-skilled labour from the complete details supplied by the Kandos Portland Cement Company. Concrete made front Kandos Portland Cement is of crcr lasting strength and is immune to the ravages of Time and Tempest« KANDOS CEMENT CO. LTD., "S.M. Herald" Building - Pitt Street, SYDNEY. 'Phones: B.674I, B.6742. -KAN DOS PORTLAND CEMENT _ — PUBLIC NOTICE ANYONE found Shooting 'or Hunt ing on Merringreen Homestead will be prosecuted. No further notice. . C. G. BRYANT. Lachlan Shire Council PUBLIC NOTICE , All gates and approaches to the extent of half a chain on either side of the gate on public roads within this Shire must be maintained by th6 person to whom permission to erect I the gate has ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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MOTORS AND MOTORING A CAUSE OF SLOW LEAKS IN TYRES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

A CAUSE OF SLOW LEAKS IN TYRES I Many cases o£ tyre trouble are due to the fact that the tube has not been properly inserted. Before a tube Is placed in a cover the nut above the' metal plate at the base of the stem should . be tightened. Many a mys-; terious lealc is caused by the looseness of this nut, and should the tyre be run flat the valve stem will be torn from, the tube. ! 1 ' When the tube has been placed in' the cqver it is a good practice to shake or knock the tyre a few times to seat it firmly. After the tyre lias been mounted and inflated, the rim nut, which sets above the rim, should be placed in position and securely tight ened. If care is taken in replacing the tube many of the inconveniences due to pinches and leaky tubes will be avoided.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

JCOST OF UPKEEP is an important item with most motor cyclists. In this direction Australian \<5 will help you reduce running cost by ensuring increased mileage. These sturdy tyres, being especially made for Australian roads, can be relied on for economical and satisfactory service. Fit "Dunlop" — it pays! All agents stock them. All Stntes * * * DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aust. Ltd. and N.Z. ✓ BUILD WITH Make your Homo safe against fire, vermin and white anrs, by lining the Wails with Durabestos © (the Wunderlichasbestos-cement)Sheets. Unlike timber, these Sheets are imperishable They are inexpensive, and can be fixed with ease. Durabestos Sheets are stocked by suppliers of building materials. Wr ice [or book D. 4. WUNDERLICH LTD. Baptist Street. Redfern Sydney ® ^ E. PEREIRA AND W. G. BUTLE R, WEST WYALONG. taa Bsa csa ca asa em LBS e& ssa ten ilrzSSI AUSTRALEARI ICXX Ale 1 i LAGER o S3 (&!9 tsa Era ess Era van ESQ &S3 Obtainable IfiS GS2J & fica...

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

SFrait Dtrtaks Msa$y $m m% MAMGE OTP ©HAM©E KISS K1A-HMA LEM®M Delicious Healthful Economical Made from FRESH FRUIT and SUGAR 30 Medium Glasses in a Bottle. Just add Water. Sold world-uiidc: 1 O.T. LTD. Melbourne,Sydney.London and U.S.A. gBKCgOT^*p*pg^r&BW«aiBfiaP n I'graewva Taxing Dependents You may leave a heritage to your dependents but how much of it will they receive ? Will they be forced to sell or mortgage part of it to pay the heavy Probate Tax? Will they be provided for during the lorfg period of assessment when their property will be securely tied up with not a penny available for current expenses. P. & C. Probate Assurance solves all these problems. Write for full information on this important subject. Chairman of Director!.' Hon. A. K. Tri-thowan, M.L.C. Gin.'Man.: H. Fill JOS. PRODUCERS & CITIZENS CO OPERATIVE ASSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA,. LTD 11+ - IIO CASTLtREAQH ST. SYDNEY ' L] == pw , jl Wl :.*vy§ZW?:r;r;T ' OW. "Britain's most popular car" i...

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REPAIRING A BURST INNER TUBE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

repairing a burst inner tube. In repairing a large burst in an in ner tube it is a good plan 'to iput A patch on both tlio inside and • outside. If the damage to tho air tube is a cut or burst largo enough to put a finger through, it is poss'.Die to patch it in side. Take some solution on the linger tip and smear it rouuJ the edges of j the hole inside, prop the hole ripen ; with a piece of cai'fl 'or splinter of ] wood, solution a patch,: and let both dry; ■ : !('.< •' ■ Some little management is necessary to get the patcli inside without stick-: ing it in the wrong place, but it can ' be done by laying the tube across a flat board with the wound upper most. Get the patch opened out flat against the back of the tubo opposite the gash, and press the edges of the hole1 firmly down upon it. If there is time it is well to leave it for some hours. Then solution a much larger patch on Hie outside in the ordinary, way, only-in applying the patch begin at one side and roll it ov...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OIL IN THE GREASE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

OIL IN THE GH'SASE SGON. Having experienced difficulty -in. 'keeping shackle bolts, steering joints, •etc., in a lubricated condition with grease 'cups, and even "with 'a grease gun, • despite frequent and thorough use of one or the other means, one motorist started experimenting with some thick oil as a lubricant in place: of grease in the gun; after nearly 12 months experience he has come most decidedly to the conclusion that oil is far better than grease. The latter, tends so quickly to congeal in the pas sages of the various parts and to dry1 up on the bearing surfaces. Moreover, it does not "circulate" biit merely "goes where it is put" and it-is ■both halves of a bearing (both sides ■ found that rarely indeed does it go to the central feed holes) when grease-is injected from a cup or gun. Oil, on the other hand, creeps along :ihe bear ing surface in course of use, and even though it also takes the path of least resistance—towards one side or other of the bearing surface centre...

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BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

BOY SCOUTS'AS SOGiATION * Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the West Wyalong Boy Scouts Association was hold, in, tlie residence Qf Mr.1 John Cattle 011 Tuesday evening, 21 st Feb ruary, at which the following were present:—Messrs J. Meacham (chair), D. ATOagie, T. E. Dean, F. Baker, W. A; Butteiishaw, T. Frazer; A.'GI Cattle (Scoutmaster), N.'Ltie," S,'D.' Hyde, Rev. W.f:J'.; Conran, Scouts Gagie, Mel len, Elphick, Lloyd*,' and . Frazer. Mes dariies Fi- BaUeiy W; LIbyd," D. Gagie, and T. Fraser were also present. •' 'Apblbgies 1'were '' rec&'ived from Messrs. ' W^ "Lloyd^'E. A." Wilder, and 'D.. Middlemis. •" ' •u eLectioW'of officers '• 'President:- :Rev. W. J. Conran. ■ 'Vice-President's: 'M^'srs:b.'A.' Gagie, T. Ej 'J&ean, • and W. A. BuUensha-wv Secretary and. Treasurer: Mr. S. D. Hyde.' • 11 "'J" ? ' " v ' ■ 'Auditors:1 Messrs ,i>.Gagie' and A; G.'rCattle. r ;It wa's,1'p6ihte,il''but 'that, the lmjance at' tlid Baiilc? t'£3.7/l,/10;)/ most sat isfactory;'...

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

TVKV.W*S£T.'RV.1 is fey -I Haying, made arrangements, with. a. leading Syldney. Manufacturer to make Suits to my Specifications, by the' TEAM SYSTEM>;I can. now offer a ,Well-made, accurate-fit ting- SUIT to YOUR MEASURE. - Frani 16s The advantages you get are MEA SURED AND FITTED by a PRACTI CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive stock of the ' LATEST IN SUITINGS This Department Is In addition and entirely separate from my . _ High Grade Made on the Premises Suits *.;■ | EXPERT TAILOR, WES^WYALONG The House of Quality, Value and Style. I*1 : :! ''' : WE HAVE A VERY ATTRACTIVE VELOUR COATS—An extensive range in the-new Crossover Shapes, ■\yliich are norel and'distinctive for the 'coming seasons; All ,iiew\ shades. _ * •' 1 ' 1 1 '' '' LADIES FROCKS.—Wool Crepe de Chene, Repps,vCharmelaines, and flannels, are all excellent value. v v- ' ' ' -T MILLINERY SPECIALS.—Felts and',VelQurg»^sli£|iB8S are the "craze,'V for'the'coming season". We are showing all the smartest "shades/' A. very fln...

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RAILWAY MATTERS Discussed by Chamber of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

RAILWAY MATTERS Discussed by Chamber of Coiximerce At the West Wyalong Chamber of Gonynerce meeting on. "Wednesday, ey,' ening, '• the following matters, having reference to railway facilities, were discussed, Mr; J. Duffy presided _l£ ■ "x '; THE'MAIL TRAIN ' Mr. J Frank, (Hon Secretary) stat ed that it liarf bee'n pointed out to him the great conveniqnce it would be ir the Commissioners could be induced to, make arrangements' for an earlier arrival of.'the'iiiall train 'to; West.^yya long. In tlie first' piaci 'tliq w6rk'at;thp local Po'st'6ffice would lM.maj&.mubK lighter, the business'peoplewould re ceive their mail earlier, and. the cqnT. venience of other people would be met accordingly. In. the second P'aco^ people residing as far as Lakq Cai gelligo, and those living, between that, centra and Wqst Wyalong, would,also get the1 benefit qf. the change.. He, also referred to. the long: stop, for refresh;, ments at Cootamundra West and, Te» mora, which, might, possibly,, ...

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

eqjuipjmlent .jJ ,: BEHIND every New Rugby Car is not only a comprehensive knowledge of Australian motoring requirements and the skill to apply that knowledge, but there is also the most modern equip ment with which to convcrt that knowledge and skill into a quality car. The long life of the New Rugby Car is partly accounted for by the way that the frame is assembled. Under a 2.5 tori pressure the rivets arc placed into place while cold. There is consequently no shrinkage as in the case of heated rivets and less pressure. Therefore, the frame of a New Rugby Car is actually one solid piece, although consisting of several parts. No other car at or near its price possesses this feature. Another reason why the New Rugby Car is the " Aristocrat " of the low price field. snedboms. motors . ira. 258 Castlcreagli Street, Sydney. re mew kugbv « FOURS • - • SIXES A Car you'll be proud to drive. [N.R7. Asso. The New Silent Rugby Four and the Greater Rugby Six are made in Canada, assembled in A...

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TENNIS AT TEMORA Local Party's Visit [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

TENNIS AT TEMORA Local Party's Visit A car load consisting of Misses V. Joseph, J. Crawford, and P. Carew, ' and Messrs J. Duffy, and A. Lloyd, travelled to Temora to take part in a tennis tournament held to. support the candidature of Mr. Eric Weissel in. ljotli socially and financially. This was The tournament was a great success, both socially and fmancailly. This was due in great part to the generosity , and untiring efforts of Mrs. J. Thorn and family, who graciously donated balls, trophies and afternoon tea. Tlio semi-finals and finals were played off at the residence o£ Mrs. J. Thom. Miss Vi. Josephs and Mr. J. Duffy were the winners of the mixed doubles. Miss Beryl Mills, "Miss Anstralia 192G," was present during the after-: noon, and wa sintroduced generally ( to the players. She /was presented with a beautiful bouquet of roses, and left late in the afternoon

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