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

BURGOONEY NOTES (From our Correspondent) Pine weather conditions are now being experienced, a welcome change from the disastrous flood rains that have played such havoc with the set tlers, who?e stock and fencing suf fered so much. The aftermath of it is ploughed paildocks covered with a rank growLh, which is proving a problem to the farmers. Mosquitos, too, have added to the discomforts experienced. A fettler on the Burgooney section of the railway met with a painful accident on Friday afternoon. In working around a truck from which timbor was projecting, he ran into the projection and liis eye was badly ■injured. Mr. A. Woolnough kindly conveyed < him asiispeedily as possible into the Lalce to be treated by Dr. Elphick. ■A narrow escape from serious acci dent- and- possible - death occurred the other' day to Mr. Prank Whitehead, an elderly man -employed by -Mr. -Frank ■Turner, of Burgooney. He was • driv ing a team attached to a combine, and the horses • becoming restiv...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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WEJA NOTES Tullibigeal visited the local ground on Sunday last for the Birrell Shield, and met with success. Scores:—WEJA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

WEJA NOTES (From our Correspondent)^ . Tullibigeal visited the local- ground on Sunday last for the Dirrell Shield, and met with success. Scores:- j . ; , WE J A j*,' t J. Wood lbw b -F. Hulm L. Lemon c, b F. Hulm. 0 1 AV. Lemon c Bui-ke b G. Ward .. ;3 M. Wallace lb\v b G.; Ward . '0. A. Haub h.o.w. b G. Ward .. 2 J. Peacock h.o.w. b E.„.Ward .. ';. 19 II. McAlister ^c.-L. Burke-b. iE.. 'M .Ward . ,. 5 J. Coolliic E. Ward b G. Ward'". .- 11 :B. Tamlyn c and b Fowler. .. 2 G. Murray not out .. ,5 Sundries ,,14 Total .* .i. V.! C4 : Bowling:Hulm 2jfor 4;s FV.jI?ow-:' ler 1 Cor 3;V G. Ward, 5 for'lG; B, Ward, 2 v for ,'23; iW- ■'Towers . Ckfor C: M. Wood b G. Ward 2

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

TULLIBIGEAIi E. .Ward .st Wood b-Peacock ... 25 A. Hughes c M. Wood b Peacock' 15 A. Hulm c M. Wood b Peacock, .. 25 A, llcah st. J. Wood b. Peacock....4 L. Forrest c McAlister b Peacock 9 G. Ward c .and b McAlister . 9 W .Towers b Peacock .. ... .. 13 F. Fowler c L. Lemon b McAUster 2 L. Burke c L .Lemon b McAlister 10 W. Mclllltliaton c Coelli b McAlis- • ter .0 F. Ilulm not out • • ... 3 Sundries .. ... .. ,.G Total .. .. .. .. .. V. .V/..| 121 Bowling: L. Lomon, 0 for ,23; M. Wallace, 0 for 15; J. Peacock, G for 45; M. Wood, 0 for 25; H. McAlister, 4 for 17. . . ' . ! Weja will visit Tullibigeal .for the Blrroll Shield on Sunday next. Weja team| is as follows:—J. Wood, A. Haub, L. Lemon, M. Wallace, J. Pea cock, W. Lemon, M. Wood, J. Coolli, H. McAlister, J. Bromwich, J. Hare. A. W. Tamlyn (12).

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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(Published by arrangement) KINGS PHYSICIAN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

(Published by arrangement) ' .KINGS PHYSICIAN : In, afur'tlier statement in the House o£. Lorsdon the subject of liquor r& froshment, Lord Dawson o£ Penn, physician to the King and the Princo of -Wales, is reported in the "London Daily Express" as saying: "It is unlikely that civilised .pepplo can ever banish fermented liquors. They are too easy to make, and it is , impossible to draw out of peoplo something which lias beon woven into Wie fabric of their life for countless centuries. , "We have only to go to the Theatro the cinemas, and the Bank Holiday parties.to observe the amount of actual drunkenness of such a terriblo character in America". "Improve education, Improve hous ing, and improve the chances of play games and beiug out of doors and I am perfectly sure tliat within ten years especially if health lectures aro carried out throughout the country, not by fanatics but by peoplo who will teach a man to take alcohol wliero it Is good for him and not take alco hol -whe...

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

Supreme In Performance / Records They Have Made This Summer 4/<)fn SYDNEY, to COWRA 204.railej,jn.4hr. 14mm. Bucldey.and Cunipingham in HUDSON 21/11/27 MELBOURNE to SYDNEY S7S mile3 innhr. S4imin. . Buckley, and-Bartlett. in HUDSON 'E;S S E X only 28/10/27 SYDNEY TO BOURKE 512 miles in. i2:hr.7,is-min. Lapham and Cooper in ESSEX 7/«/»8 SYDNEY to MELBOURNE S7S miles in if>hr. s»min. Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON 2-8/M/27 DARWIN to MELBOURNE :3440 .milc3,in.6.iclay3 dhr. 28 mina. Ma'ckay and Wood in ESSEX 35-3°/i/:8 PUEMANTLE to SYDNEY 3100 miles in'4. days 23,hr 5 min, Mackay and Wood in ESSEX' 2/2/28 ADELAIDE to MELBOURNE 525.miles in lohr. 46mm Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON HUDSO only ••£465 .BEAN TRUCKS 25-30 Cwt. All British Bteaii Trucks will out-work and outcast all other trucks in their class. Try them. CHASSIS £397/10/ ,PLATFORM £437/10/ TIPPER £477/10/ DALGETV £ S.YDNS'? , Local Dealer. i ampton Tank-sinking Plant. 7 Duty Unbreak .able ..Steel .Beam .^Iqwh, i...

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

In Movieland DOWN AND OUT SCREEN HERO. ) Playing a young prize fighter Jown on his luck in the Master Pic ture, "Irish Hearts," starring May McAvoy, wasn't difficult for Jason Robards, for ho confesses to once having been a young actor down Dii his luck, and ho maintains that like Kipling's Judy O'Gnuly and the Colonel's Lady, the two are very mucli the same, under the skin. "After X thought my position in the stage world fairly stable," he says, "X got married, after accept ing a fine offer to work in stock In my home town, Saginaw, Michi gan. After committing my lines in record time and playing for a week, the manager skipped out with the company's money. "Without enough to get back to Now York, the show centre, I canvassed the local stores and business firms for work, finally meeting an old school friend, who gave me a job loading glass wash boards into freight cars at ten dol lars a week, My wife got a posi tion as a hosiery clerk. In a short while we wont to Detroit, where I go...

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

£©!**. BEAUTIFUL .LINES A BE RILE I BERLEI CORSET, 604:—For heavy figure with big hips. On handsome peach silk broche with1 elastic sections at waist. Reinforced overabdomen. 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: 25-36in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 464.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pinki broche with elastic sections over hips and all round top, to ensure per-' feet 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.ekln stripe, with elastic sections over hips and underarm at waist. Slightly raised 'front, well boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36in. ' BERLEI CORSELETTE, 6046 lm parts beautiful lines from above bust to 'below hips...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvest Thanksgiving Service [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvest Thanksgiving Service Tho Presbyterian Church , "VVesti Wyalong, was well filled last Sunday on the occassion of the special liarves1 service. The Church was tastefully decorated and the fruits and produce of the earth were well represented, showing what can be done in spite of though unfortunately, some artists lOn Monday following a successful social function was held in the Church grounds. Various musical items were contributed by willing artists, al though unfortunately, some artists' were unable . to attend through sick ness." ■ ! 1 One of the features of the evening was the auction sale of provisions. This was ably performed by Mr. Parry who, with his usual fund of humor, en hanced the sale of goods. Other thanksgiving services at the various centres will eventuate sliort ly.

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

Easter Excursions ■■■.The Railway Department repeats Its announcement regarding the spe cial trains from all parts of the Stato at -Easter, one service being given from.: outsit- station.* Tickets at single tare, for tlio double' journey will bo Issued, ■ available for one - calendar month up to 300 miles and for 42 days beyond that dlstanco; - Full particulars .. are contained' - in handbills obtainable from station mas ters!'. '' • '

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

The Now Erskine Six shows the most brilliant activity in pick-up and hill-climbing. It accelerates from 5 to 25 miles in 8* seconds, develops an cFordess 60 miles an hour, and climbs an 11 per cent, grade in top—with a full load. No changes, no uncertainty/to mar your pleasure as you hug the road with silent speed. ' ./ /A;^. Balloon tyres; .pius^a spring base equal to!82:p'er cent of the entire wheel-basemen sures the utmost^dggte^'of riding comfoiC'tf1 , , .■ ... Its economy is another point for your con- - siderhtion—25 and more miles tothe g:jljon To the safety of the specially designed chassis, Studebak er adds the positive control of .self - energising four wheel braking... SMALL DEPOSITS Four U'hfcJ bmtri, j automatic uin»iicre»n u if et. tht f i'iovflock, petrol on thih. of petrol, 1,200 miles to the gallon ofjfdll. ' ' ' fyX'. . '■ ALF. ABERLINE ? local dealer '4 EASY TERMS \ Ut> Jmoll c«lr cqxuilt . tKc Neu> EnUnf 5'iJt • Cn cfutructtfr, tfunnr C'on. ia/ft), comfort,...

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SUNDAY'S RACE Reliability Test [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

SUNDAY'S RACE Reliability Test On Sunday next, 11th inst, the Young Motor Cycle Club will hold a reliability test. The distance to be covered will be from Young to West WyalonK and back to Young. A Jarge number of competitors have signified their intention of making the run, and West Wyalong is expected to be re.iched at about 12.30 p.m. Messrs Brown and Lloyd, of West Wyalong, have been asked to act as control officials. Each competitor will partake of lunch, anil must: start on the return journey not later than 60 minutes after his arrival in West Wyalong. . : The test has already created a deal of local interest, and will, no' doubt, be witnessed by a large number of jioojiie at both centres. (J real day assured on Wednesday, March 2S. Hospital Picnic Races,

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ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

ONE MINUTE READINGS -Give—of yourself. , \ ' . * * * • The sincere man feels at liome wherever he goes. # * * Beware of the human who .rarely. . laughs. . * * * Indecision often come froni' indlf ■ference. ■ ■• • • /. ■ •; # * ' * One's severest competitor often is one's baser self. • * * . * Getting nliead is largely a'matter of keeping ahead of the;time. '* # * Most of us worry more over our "rights" than over being .wrong. ■ w * * The man who tries and fails is al ways 'sneered at by the : fellow who ii .vr tries. * * * The straight road to happiness: Think straight, see straight, act ' . straight. * * * A good way to relieve the mon otony of your job is to think up ways of improving it. ■* * * "The pessimist says 'Any milk hv. tha pitcher?' while the optimist says, ^Please pass the cream." * * * ■ The course of wisdom is to forget the past and buckle down to the job of making the best of the future. « * ■ * Businesses grow by making custom ers and keeping customers. The best way...

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

MEMORIES OF A WAR. An.geu.va (gushing)"I'm sorry I kept you late, Digger, dear. It was the beauty• parlor woman's fault," .1'bivath ui.uby (jedup end after a-swift examination).: "Yes, and I see tht old cdtif,* didn't turn up, after all." . ' 17'? Ill: J ill r „ i —By Arrangement wltb, "The Bulletin"

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

A LESSON IN GRAMMAR. •.VThk.-Eoy.. {doinq. homework): "Dad, what sort oj a. word would you caul marriage? Dad : "Itisn't a xvord, my son, it's a'scnlencc." . ( • » < • -By. Arran&emept -^ith '!The Bulletin"

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

METHODIST CHURCH ' On Sunday night next at the Metho dst Church the annual Harvest Festi val ser.vlce will be conducted by tlio Rev. W. II. Butler. Harvest hymns and anthem, will ba sung. On Mon day night a social and. sale o£ harvest gilts will, be hold In the Sunday School 'Hall. At Glrral 11 a.m. and Hiawatha 3 p.m." the 'U'ev.' W;1 II: Butler will con-' duct farewell services. r

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HOTEL BOYCOTT Darwin Unionists Fined (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

BOTEILi BOYCOTT Darwin Unionists, Fined, (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday; At a meeting of the Union, which iB organising- an hotel- boycott at Darwin.' 40 unionists weer aslced-to show cause, why they should- not he fined1 for drinking heer at the hotels in- do fiance of the boycott. : Some members were ordered-'to pay £20 each, while others were fined 10/ The men declare they will decline to pay their fines. _ ( ia Ructions are anticipated. '

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT To Mr. Griff Brown [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

SERIOUS ACCIDENT To Mr. Griff Brown . On Thursday evening of last .week •Mr. Griff Brown, u')til quite recently a resident oC Parle Stieol. West Wya long, met with a serious accident. Whilst working at his father's prop erty at Mendooran, situato'l near Gil gandra, in tlio Central West, some thing went wrong with a tractor. With the aid of a lighted malci he proceed-, ed to locate the troubie when an ex . plosion occur ed, resulting in the un-, fortunate man sustaining severe burns to the face, eyes and neck. Medical assistance was secured, 'and, for a t while, it was thought that the sight of both eyes would be seriously affect-; ed. Later reports, however, show that , there is every possibility o£ saying1, the eye sight. Owing to the recent heavy rains in tlio Mendooran district it was decid ed to work the farm day and niglit, and it was late in. the evening when', the accident happened. I ; ' !• .ij I!

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MISHAP TO FERRY Broken Propellor Shaft (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

MISHAP TO FERJ^ Broken Propellor Shaft (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday,.-, The ferry, steamer, Lady. Scott, broke the propeller shaft, at iianej Cove river last night, and finally grounded on a sand bank. K ,. . She was soon refloated, and passen gers were transferred to another vess el. .... ,,

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

; ; r^~ ~ I i ; . ; BEST BETS ^ |. ; ,| jWhat appear to be the best | , '• -:||) bets of the day at Hawkes:; | ]| bury to-morrow, are REONUT j' l i|r In (the Clarendon Handicap, J . '| and ' O ERC i ON In the TwoV | | 'Year-Old Handicap. For place j *| Investments Camllle In the j !|. second division of the Park j -|, Stakes and Lady Brlghtllghts , | | In the Hawkesbury Autumn j | Handicap should be hard to j I beat; , ........ ; Tj.

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T.B. EX-SOLDIERS Pension Bill Negatived (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 9 March 1928

T.B. EX-SOLDIERS Pension Bill Negatived (BY WIRE) I Sydney Friday; The House of Representatives nega tived the motion moved by Mr. Yates to the effect that all soldiers who served overseas and had since devel oped tuberculosis should be deemed to be suffering from war disability and be eligible for pension under the Aus tralian Soldiers', Repatriation Act The voting was 33/16..

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