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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 28 November 1900

Progress Committee. A meeting of the West Wyalong Progress Committee was hold at Col -lins's Hotel on Friday night last. Present: Messrs. Hclyar (chair), Thorn, Mills, Sourleu, Gelling, Green, Duncan, and E'limett, (sec.) The miav.'w f the previous meeting wore road J cjufirmed on tho motion of Mr. Tho:::, seconded l>y Mr. Green. Mr. Thoui moved and Mr. Souden seconded, that tho outward correspond ence be adopted, and that the inward correspondence be received. Tho in ward correspondence consisted of receipts from the various departments. Tho principal letter was from the Chief Secretary's office, stating that it was inadvisable to removo the constable from Wyalong to West Wya long, as West Wyalong was only two miles distant and connected by tele phone. With regard to the resignation of Mr, R; A. Collie as chairman of the Committee, regrob was expressed by tho members present., and iiually Mr. Milis moved and Mr. .Duncan seconded, that Mr. Collie be asked to re-consider the m...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. From the Eunlop Preumalie Tyre [?] Ltd 108 Flinders-street, Mello[?]rne, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 28 November 1900

Cycling Notes. From ih- 1 milay Pneiiiaut-ic 7\vc ( Q , 10H I'lhulas-slivel, JMellot rnet Another serious cycli ng rccident ha to be recorded, 1 raceable to the break ing of fnnt forks. This time tho un fortunate is a.-country cyclist, named .1. living, of Benalla (Vic.), who came a terrible cropper while racing, through ilio fiont forks of his machine snap ping off; Irving's injuries are of a serious character, but the doctors arc hopeful of his reeo\ery. Apropos of tl 10 above accidcnt, it was only last week tlnit we drew at tention to the increasing num ber of accidents traceable to the fork break ing. Ifc is about time that something was done to bring to book cycle man ufacturers who place on the market insufficiently lined machines, thus jeo pardising the lives of the poor unfor tunates who ride their machines. There is only one sure way of guarding against such risks, i.e., to purchase only those machines that are manu factured by reputable firms, and then only a high class ma...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wyalong Police Court. OCTOBER 16th, 1900. Before the P M. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 28 November 1900

vv'y along Police Court OCTOBEil iOfcli, 1900. Before tlio P M. [By special request wo have obtained a copy of the depositions in the follow ing case.] Evans v. Kelly. A claim for .£8 10s, for wages. Mr. Evans appeared for complainant, and Mr. Coonau for defendant. John Evans, carpenter, said he re sided at West Wyalong ; woiked at the Presbytery at West Wyalong ; defend ant is the contractor for the building; he came to me on the 5th September I and said, " Will you come to work and start on the Presbytery ?" I said I could not go for a day or two ; he saw me again on the following Saturday in front of Hanson's Hotel and said, "Are you coming up to work." 1 said it was hardly worth while starting before Monday. Went to work on Monday, 10th Septembr, and worked till the -2Sth, being 17 days at 10s per day, tlio usual rate of wages. I now claim the -sum of £8 10s as wages due to me by defendant. I made a demand of de fendant for the wages, and lie said, " I am uot responsible for you...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE SOCIALISTIC [?]RAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 28 November 1900

THE SOCIALISTIC II RAMP. " Good day. Have you got a pipe of tobacco about you?'' "No; but I'll give you a lift' if you are going my way." Ho was wild looking ob oither barbers or soap makers were necessary. He got in the buggy and began to talk. "It's a rum tiling that some people can ride in buggies and some have to tramp the dust." " Yes, there may be reasons though." " lieasons ! yes there are reasons ; it's because the fat mangels all the money and the poor people have to do all the work." "I hardly think that is it. Most of the ' fat men,' a? you call them, whom I know, have been very hard working men indeed, and though many of them have ceased to work with their hands, they still work hard with their brains. " There is no busi ness to be any fat men. It means that they have robbed somebody.' 11 think not; I should rather say it is because they luve exercised energy, forethought, and thrift. Let me put a case to you. Suppose a man has : saved a little money, and he sees an open...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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WYALONG-TEMORA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 28 November 1900

"VYYAI.ONG-TEMOftA. RAILWAY. Tha meeting tlion resolved itself fnto an assemblage to pasH a resolution in favor o£ thfi Temora-Wyalong line. . • Mr Evans was voted to tho chair. On tlio motion of Mr Haneox a resolu tion v/,'ts passed in favor of tho lino run ning from Xemora to Wyalong. This ac tion was taken on account of .Mr Mo.ifrb.er stating in tho Assembly that tho majority of tho Wyulouij nieople woro against tho proposed roil to. A vote of lhank= to tho Chairman was earned by acclamation, and tho mcetiu;.; dispersed.

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 — 28 November 1900

WISHES to»inform his mimorous Customers that he has purchased very ejstensivel for tho 'XSIAS TRADK. and to mnlce room for the New Goods he has detor mined to SELL AT CUT PIU.OJ:S. (£5?" The People may " metaphorically'.1 .fix their own prices ! : ^ must again uwntion that for Pobncco, Pipes, Pocket Knives, Knzors, Strops, Perfumery and Patent Mudicmes, HE DEFIES COMPETITION,: BOTH AT PRICE, QUANTITY, AND QUALITY. Anyone wishing to Hook for the 'Xnr.is Annuals can c!o so now, and ensure, themselves of getting what they want out of— Pear's Jnmial, JTolly Leaves, London News, Graphic, Black and W hite, Weldon's and Young Ladies' Journal, Sketch, and not forgetting the Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Australasian and Bulletin. , All tho Colonial productions are splendidly desinged, and should be ordered off A. EJIMETT—who is the Agent. Also OOTTNTl^Y OXJSTOjSIBRS g to procure Papers or Goods by post or otherwise will receive satisfaction and ; attention at A. EAIMETT'ri—but the cash mus...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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His Mate's Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

His Mate's Death.. Tho -fojlow'ng interesting incident in the Boer >v(u" is from a letter written by Trooper M. C. Byrne, of tho W. A. Bushmon, to a resident of Rook wood Tho letter is from Kru gersdorp, under date October 4, and tho incident tho shooting of the .writer's mate at Vredofort. The write)." saysThis affair was about , the worst wa Gver'hcid. It was some thing awful.' .My great and only :rnato Jini:Kay wns shot dead beside »ie. .It iiinile mo perfectly inad. I •was lying bQjiind a roek whon l heard '.liim groan. I jumped up and ran over to him ; bub lid wns dead—shot through the heart. When I saw this (fl stood and blazed at tho Boera as 'fet as I could, and all tho time I was i'a splendid mark for thern. All our i,fellows were singing out to mo to lay '•down, Jii\*i;.not;to ho a fool ; but I was 'itori mad ^tq take any notico of thorn. . lb/,i*vfts. t)ia greatest ..marvel in the wbrliHJiafc' I. way not shot. Do Wet is as slippery as an eel; ho-, always manages to clc...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Dust. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Dust. Fkw people dream of the important.. part dust plays in nature. Wynlong is famous for its dust, and beyond the inconvenience it onuses, or the great spectacle of an approaching storm,. such as was witnessed at the beginning,, of this year, it scarcely excites a; passing thought. If it were not for its presence in the atmosphere the sun would appear as though it shone from an immense black star-spangled canopy, and instead of having shades wherein \ve may rest and enjoy the blessing of sunlight, we would have absolute darkness. This is caused by the fact that the myriads _ of dust mot03 catch the rays of light that radUto from the sun and scatter them throughout the atmosphere, thus illuminating the whole ocean of air which envelopes the earth, and ex tinguishing the light of the brightest stars. Tho beautiful soft blue of the sky is due, in a great measure, to th« scattering of sunlight in the upper layers, tho red tint of the glorious Australian sunlight, and the lingering hou...

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 — 1 December 1900

TENSERS A RE invited for SAWN TIMBER for JKL SHAFT about 430 foot, more or loss. Specifications may. bo soon with Mi1 J. Yo'mi!?, Manager Laay Graco Claim, or at Irwin's Hotel, .Wyh!on<». Tenders close otli Doeombor. 1910. Lowest tender not necessarily accepted. CAUTION. MY. animal loss of Bottlos having bo.-, conio so. greftfc, ''and in ordor to protect myself I huvo boon compolled to register tho Trade Marie R, A. C—engraved, blown, printed,, or mouldod-rnnd.I caution■; ;any person,:''6r persons, against' .buying", selling, illegally using-, or detaining bottlos.; bearing this 'mark. It. A. COLLIE, Federal Cordial Works, WestWyalung. , . Tenders. mENDERS are invited for tho. SUPPLY J. of 20 CORDS OF Qffc. FIREWOOD for tho WY ALONG HOSPITAL. Tenders close with the undersigned on MONDAY, December 3rd, 1900. Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Y. G.-MANNING, Secretary. For Private Sale. 1 Ladies' Second hand BICYCLE 0 Gents' do do 1 Gent's Now Bicycle Largo ...

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From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

From the Front. Bob M*jVIilinii. a member of tho West Wyalong Civilian Eillo Club, who is now with the Australian Bushmen in t-ho Trans vaal, writes to his brother at West Wya long, saying that tho end of tho troublo is fast approaching, and everything is pretty well at a standstill. They aro having a very easy timu with very little to do and plenty of good tilings. TI103' have been in sevor.il engagements and had a fair sharo of^iighting, Thoy had lost-twelve man and about; twenty aro 'vounded. Bob says lie expects to meet1 Charley Hughes, who is not far off, and also George Wilson, who will be passing them wilh tlio Imperial Bushmen. Bob adds that he has great difficulty in getting letters and papers, but they aro now coming to hand more frooly, and pupors aro highly appreciated by all Australians. One hundred Boers in tho 13a.-if.orn Trans vaal have signed a let ter proffering surren der if tlioy are not exiled. Tho Boors propose to raid the frontier of Capo Colony, hoping tho di...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Electoral Names [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Electoral Names Iii the Assembly on Monday there was some tall talk on the question of uUrring tho names of rljftbrpiif. Rlj-to elccluniloa in the i'. 'ci'.d i'arliiiuieat. Sir William Lvno moved the mlop tion <•£ the schedule describing the 26 Federal electorates. Tho (!<■:scrip!ions, lie explained, were in accord with the plans laid on the tal.lo of the House Si-.veral members urged that they should be supplied wuh copies of the selied ule, so that they, could properly consider it before discussing it, and on this ground nn adjournment of the de bate was asked for until tho evening.or next duy, when the printed :schedules could be circulated. . . . : . . Mr. Ferris moved that 1 Parramatta ' be substituted for ' Toirmli.' Mr. Moore : They might-as well call it ' Toniata,' and have done with it. (Cheers.) Mr. Haynes informed tho committee that the meaning of tho aboriginal., name 'Parramatta' was ' eels masquer ading in tho moonlight.' (Laughter.) The amendment...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

departures. For iJarniodman, Tomora, Cootanmnara, alia Syd uey. daily, rnimduys uxec'i.ioJ) at 7 a.m. Ung-J : k-, on TueMlaysand Satuidaynat 8 p.m. l'or Urav.sden aiv.l Vojli '-s, oil AYudiiL'rfdayrt and Saturday-: at 7 a.in. l'Vir Valnugvin, un Tuesdays, Tlim:;days and Sat 1 'i;oi'lK!rno'n,1'on Saturdays a'to a.m. X-'or Kildary, on Wednesdays and ftiturdavs at 7 a.m. The mails are (leliveiv-d n\, the post office up to S p.m. each day. MniU are ready for delivery about half-all-hour after the arrival of coach. Letter box d'jarod for despatch at li a.xn uuhday. rillar bu:: at Central "\Vy;douy .cleared daily at 7.110 p.m. 'Money. Order aral Govcrnmeut Saving I3auk. Hours—"Week days—10. a.m. to .5 p.m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Indian Famine Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

[Indian Famine Fund. The Farmers' and Settlors' Associa tion have received the following acknowledgment from tho Govern ment of India:— To tho Manager, "Farmers' and Sett lers' Go-operative Association, Ltd., Sydney. Department of Revenue and Agriculture (Famine), Simla, 13th Oct., 1900. SiR,-r-I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, No. 2570, dated 4th September, 1900, to His Excellency the Viceroy, in which you stato that 1300 sacks of wheat, con tributed by tlie Farmers' and Settlors' Association, Ltd., of Sydney, to the Indian Famine Charitable Relief Fund, have been forwarded in the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamers India, Peninsula, and Aus tralia, and that the sale proceeds of 700 more sacks of wheat will be re mitted for distribution in tho famine tracts. In reply, I am dirocted to inform you that tho Executive Committee of the Fund have been asked to receive and dispose of tho consignment, and I am to request that the acknowledg ments of the Govern...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, .DEC. 1, 1900. ..A striking contrast: Tho Govern ment, after a lot of persuasion, voted £100 in the space of .two years for the construction and maintenance of over 60 miles of road, which is. subject to heavy traffic year after year ; the only •road farmers havo to briny thousands of pounds..' worth .of. wool, wheat, and stock in ord"i* to catch t!ie market. Tho other nide : Tho plastering' of. tho swearing in pavilion at Centennial Park—£550; IS,000 bottles of chain ••■pagtie—>£6000 ! Triumphal arches — ••£2000! These three itoms alone would construct a cjopcl many mi!e3 of • sorvicoablo roada. The roads would bo standing monuments of usefulness What arri the others?' Tho empty bottles will be a monument for the •boys to shy stones at, and the pavilion ■will do for sparrows to build in, and tlio triumphal arches will be like the swallows—here to-day and» gone to ..morrow. How many other ways are thero in which the cry of Government poverty is hoa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Presbyterian. Social. Avery enjoyable social was held in the Presbyterian Church on Wednes day night. The church was crowded and a lively interest was taken in the proceedings. Mr. Merrington acted as chairman, Messrs Walkom and 3?. W. Hey occupying sent-, on the plat form. Til his opening address, Mr. Merrington said they were there that night to enjoy themselves—it was a social for that, purpose. Mr. Merrin ton introduced some huinerous points into his address with very good effect. He was proud to be in charge of such a congregation, and it gave him the greatest pleasure to be present that night—ho was glad to se^ such united action—they should look upon one another as brothers and sisters in ono united effort. He then said he thought it was time the programme was gono into, and calltd upon Miss Reay for a song—Always take mother's advice— nicely rendered. Miss Collie played the accompaniment. The following was the order of the proceedings:— Address, Mr. Walkom—well given, and at...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Local and. General. Over ,£50,000 ha3 now boon sub scribed towards the Patriotic Fund. Messrs. Edols and Co's. Dumuvang (Forbes) wool topped ibo market last week at 8 ikl. Tho falling off in export of kerosene to jST.S.W. is said to bp duo to tile in troduction of acetylene gas. ■ Wo notice that Mr, Souclen has just landed a iinfi Sunshino Acetylene gas generator. This light will soon bo in general uso in Wyalong. ■ The Advocate had a big call last issue. , Wo sold nearly 100 .extra copios. Our rejnarlcs about the tactics of the lion., secretary of the Farmers' Associ ation met with general approval, and wo trust wo shall no! be called upon to expose any other dirty picce of busi ness. Notlrng kills a good object quicker than one-sided tactics, and'it is to bo hoped for the good of tho whole -community, that " Co-operation " in its full meaning will bo the general watch word. Therois a great commotion through" out tho country over the wasteful ex" pendituro in connection with the Co...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

JjY " Coo KE.': Sir. .!);> the member for IV>!.iny> suggests tin!, the (.'(>111 wonwcall)i pro' ce.SM'-"i slionj:! runhriti ;! <;;ir rc>'i'e::T'!lt~ ina; Cant-tin Cook apuioaeh;ng the short! in it, boat being threatened bv two real live aborigines? with spears. So fifs Captain Cook is merely a lay figure for tin; larrikins to "ehi.-ik " there 111:1 y be little room for objection. But tiie r.boi igines are treacherous, and there should be liitle ia the celebrations to inspire the aborigines with grati tude. Under strong excitement the bl-ioks might let drive with their wea pons. Their spears should be shaft less, "Least they forget, least they forgot," their grievances, 000 T1 10 Melbourne humorists who threw a dressed elligy of Kruger into the Yarra for the policc to fish out must be relatives of the jokers who pushed a dummy dressed like a drunken sailor from the crowded roof of a Bourke street shop when the First Contingent left Melbourne.' The yells of t...

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Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Sydney, Friday.' The Narrabri-Walgott C oil are n dabri railway Bill passed the third reading in the Legislative ^Council, bub the House declined, by 26 votes to 15, to restore the Cobar-Wilcannia railway bill to the business paper. In the Assembly last night, the Agricultural Settlement Biil was read a third time. /.< The Appropriation Bill has now passed both Houses. The present Parliamentary Session may close at any moment. Mrs. Land rones, a grand-niece of Captain Cook, now living at Wollahra, will probably participate in the Com monwealth procession. At n mooting of Germans-last night it was decided to spend £350 on an arch for tho celebrations. The Government Statistician sub mits a report whereby ten thousand jiounds a year could bo saved in tho Agent-General's Office, London. Judgment will be given to-day in the Jimmj' Governor appoal case. A unovenieut is proceeding amongst Council Clerks for an Association for tlieir mutual protection and advance ment. . A verdi...

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Spring Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

Spring Bace Meeting. The Spring meeting of the West Wyalong Race Club was hold on "Wed nesday last, The day was very hot, .• and there were not more than 150 per . sons present. The entries were not very numerous, bat the racing was fairly, good. The officials carried out their part in an ablo manner, and de serve every credit for their efforts to produce a gootl day's sport. Mr. "Welby acted.as judge; Mr. TV. Hun ter starter; Mr. A. Emmett clarlc of scales; Mr. Mullan clerk of course; Mr. Crowo handicapper. The com . mitteo consisted of Messrs. II. R, Hcl yar, F. E. Welby, J. J. Crowley, A. Emmett, W. Haddori, D. Hartigan, It. Gagie, W. Hunter, and D. Mullan. There were no hitches, and the pro ceedings were well carried out. Following are the results :— , Opening Handicap of £5, 6 for. l! Tucker's Sunbonnet, 8.10 ... 1 D. Eagle's Belle Isle, 9.5 ... 2 T. Hannan'sSutton, 8.5 ... 3 Sutton led. to the turn, when tho favorite came through and won by. a length. Hack Race of £3, 6.furlon...

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CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 December 1900

London, Thursday. A bomb was .found in thepossossion of Italians arrested in connection with the plot to murder Lord Roberts at Johannesburg. Krugor lias arranged to;visit .Bel gium, Holland, Germany, Hungary, and Hussia in turn iu\d will make an especial appeal to lh<j Czar, and invito the Towers' intervention on behttlt of the Doers. Seven hundred person;; in the north ern counties hospitals of Gre.it Britain are suftV'riug-from arsenical poisoning. The American cruiser Yosemito was snnk'daring a I'.ypLoou at Guam.

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