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OPEN COLUMN. THE MAYOR'S DETRACTOR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

OPBIST COLUMN.. [THE MAYOR'S DETRACTOR. (To tlie Editor.) Sir,—From reports in the press, coil firmed on inquiry, I find that ut the public meeting held at Central Wyalong on the 26th nit., Mr John Channon made some personal references to me (in my absence, of course), which were apparently intended to convey the impression that ho considers the business by which I earn my liveli hood justifies him in assuming a tone of contemptuous superiority. In these days most people agree that so long &b a man conducts his business hon estly, the magnitude or tho method of it does not greatly concprn anyone but him self, and that contemptuous references to the . private business of a public man .. arejjnerely evidence of the ill-breeding and ignoranoa of thoso who make use of them.-. ' Whether Mr John Channon himself -svas born in,the purple, or whether his intel lectual and moral qualities have advanced tim"from a lowly estate to the dizzy social Olid financial eminence he now graces, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, DEC. 4. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. F. E. Welby, and J. P. Meagher, J.'sP. A PROHIBITION ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

TUESDAY, DEC. 4. Before the Polico Magistrate, and Messrs. F. E. "Wei by, and J. P. Meagher, J.'sP. A PROHIBITION ORDER. On the application of the police a pro hibition order was granted against Henry Martin, of "Wyalong, restraining him from strong drink fc>r a period of 22 months, A LANGUAGE CASE. Ellen Clancy v. Mrs. Van Luon, for using obscene language. Adjourned from last Court. Case dismissed with £2 2s professional costs—alio wed ,7 clays to pay, or 11 days imprisonment. Plaintiff remarked on leaving the Court " I hope I will get justice in lieavon." MAYOR v. alderman. Jeremiali Moriarty (Mayor of Wyalong) v. Ernest A. £Teeid (Alderman), for hav ing usod insulting language, to wit " You're a liar." " You're a liar," " 'You're a liar," at a meeting of the Municipal Council, ou Saturday, December 1st. ' Mr. G. H. Forbes appeared for plaintiff, i ana Mr. G. P. Evans for defendant. The Bench allowed an adjournment of 10 miiuites to see if the matter could be settled betwsen th...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Welby and Meagher, J's. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Small Debts Court. I TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. Before the Police Magistrate, Ales Welbv and'Meagher, J's.P. R. A. Collie v. B. Williamson, claim £2 3s Gel. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount, 6s costs, and 5s witness' expenses. Paul Zipser v. John Nelson, jun, claim for ,£1 8s (id. No appearance of defendant. Vcrdict for amount, Gs costs and 5s witness' expenses. Christie v. Maloney.—Mr Evans appeared for plaintilF, and asked that the case be adjournad as defendant's solicitor, Mr G'oonan, was absent in Sydney. Postponed till 5th February, 1901. M. J.M'Mullen v. John Kelly.—Mr Evans for "plaintiff. Claim .£7 10s, wages due in connection with the building of Presbytery at West Wya long. Verdict for ,£8 3s Gd costs in cluded.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

SYDNEY, Friday. Late on Wednesday night an out break of (ire occur red at the Greta colliery. Five men are entombed and it is impossible to save them. The mine has been sealed down to exting uish the fire. A collision occurred in Sydney Gove' yesterday botwoen the tug boat Com modore arid tho ferry steamer "YVaratah. Both vessels were dimaged. Major Dodds purchased thirty re mounts for tho Impsriul cavalry at Nowi-a yesterday. An Indian herbalist, calling himself "Doctor" was fined ,£50 at Lismore yesterday. Premier Seddon again declares liis opposition to Maorihuul joining the Australian Federation. Portions of the Sydney streets are to be temporarily closed during the con struction of the Federal arches. Dr. Green was installed as Bishop of Ballarat yesterday. LONDON, Thursday.. Tho proprietor of the "Worcester. Advertiser, Cnpe Colony, has been ar rested on a charge of sedition, in ac cusing the British troops of attrocities. Lord Roberts will visit St. Helena on his way home. : ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fire Fiend. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

The Fire Fiend. Besides a number of bush fires re ported from every point of the compass | during the past few (lays, we regret to j have to unnounce the complete des truction of at least two of our sturdy settlers' homes, together with contents. The first such fire is reported from Brothoroney, whore Ml\ E. Moulder's residence—together with his own and pnrt of Mr. E. H. Moulder's furniture —which was stored there—was entirely destroyed, nothing whatever being saved. The building, was insured for a small sum, but the furnituro was not covered. Another and still more dis astrous fire occurred afc Mr. T. Atkins Sunnyside, on Monday morning ; the homestead and ovorythiug—except a sewing machine—in it being consumed by tho flames. Mr. Atkins, accom panied by his eldest daughter, left home eiu-ly in the morning for town, some 18 miles distant, leaving Mrs. Alkins, his youngest daughter, and a baby child of Mrs. W. G. Inries' at homo. About 10 .a.m. Mrs Atkins hoard a rushing noise and on...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Wyalong Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. Before the P.M. Homy Martin pleaded guilty to being drunk in Wyaloug on .Sunday, 2nd insfc. Fined 5s—or imprisonment till the rising of the Court.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Cricket. Tlio Wost Wyalon<* C.C, and Wyalong C.C. plnyod a match on tho Eocroation Ground on Sunday afternoon, which 10 kuUciI iii a draw in favir of tho former. West doclarcd thoir innings closed with b wiul;«ts down for 133 runs. Storrorw.ild and .luck Lynch each contributing 14, made in s 'Otl stylo. Withers was tho moat nuccossFuI trumller, tuVinsj 4 wickets for 31 runs. Wyalon^ had lost -1 'vickota for L'l when btumps wur» diawn. Stoworwald bosvlud woil bis 3 wioki'ts. ciwtind IS runs. Tlicso tonms meet astuu at Baronin. I'ark next Sunday afternoon, wIihu for tho rt-.maimler of tho season all matches will bo playod out Following are tho scores.— W.KST AVYAT/ONC'. Slovvorwald, c ICoanis, 1) Holyar ... 41 Iticlcoy, b Holyar 5 Lynch, c Holyar. li Wilhors ... 41 H. Kenrns. li Withers .. ... I Lawler, c Helyar, b Withers ... 18 W. Mills, c ai.d b Irwin ... ... 1 Kcariis, not out ... 0 <\ Reams, not out ... .... ... S J. l,o,-iniird, « Stvanj*or, b Withers 4 Art...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, DEC. 8, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

THE r Advocate, SATURDAY, DEO. 8, 1900. was another-check ^to the pro gress of the Temora to Wyalong ruil wnywlien that matter came before the legislative'Council on Monday, when the Houso was counted out for want of a quorum. A deal has been said about the honor due to certain individuals over this railway, esceeially the Hon -John Meagher, M.L.C. But a little piece of grit has got into the workings and completely upset this theory. If the Hon. John Meagher was such an ardent advocate for the Teinoia exten sion, why was lie absent frojn the. Houso when the Bill was brought on. Surely lo goodness he could have made some arrangements to have been at his post, and one would think that such a would-ho ardent slipperier of the lino -ifrom Temora to Wyalorig would not .only stand at his post in the Council, but he would use his influence to round up a few more old fossils to put the measure through. Popularity ia .often gained by cheap advertisements, nnd there is no doubt that if one ha...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong C.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

"Wyalong CJR.O, Club Shooting, Siiturdny Dec. 1, 1900. 300,yds '100yds B'o'p T'l II Neold .. 31 33 4 Gl* T). Nicholas . . 31. 28 4 61* J A Hodgo . .. 30 30 SO 00 J Sinotliiii-st . .. 23 20 BO 6 7 "YV Wheeler . .. 27 20 BO GG J G Ne'old . .. 25 20 1 5G F W Neold . .. 2S IS 7 53 J Cussaek .. 23 20 2 45* J C Qusson . .. 10 6 4 29* s Limit of handicap.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Municipal Council. ANOTHER LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Municipal Council. ANOTHER LT.VELY MT3ETING. Tlx; usual monthly moving 0f the Wya.long Council was hold 011 Tuesday night Present—Tho Mayor and Aid Hodge, Neeld, James, Pike, Tyler, .Duncan, ,iiul Davis. ( 'OIUJK.Sl'O.VDKXOE. Out ward :—Postmaster Genera] in reference to delivery by letter currier ; Aid Pike, re closing portion of lane 1 )otween Xeeld and Gilbert-st3 j Soo. of Public JI o;iltli Department; Under •Sec Works:, asking co.itain works to be carried out in connection with road ; Under See. Lands, requesting map of Municipality bo supplied ; Principal Under ticc., re alignment of streets: Minister of Works, ro laying down' road through the town at an additional cost, of £300 ; Mr G IT. .Forbes, .soli citor, regarding Equity suit of Neeld and Sons, and enclosing chequo for »£10 ; Mr G. II. Forbes, asking approx imate amount of money required in Equity suit; Chief Inspector of Stock, re jurisdiction of Council over Com mon; Mr E J. Pike, granting per mission to use explosive...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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The Hooligans. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

The Hooligans. In view of the news having' refer ence to murders committed by the Hooligans (the London prototype of the larrikin)- a. paragraph and inter view, which appeared in the London " D'aiiy Mail " of Oct. 16 last, are in teresting. That paper states :—There is disquietnirig evidence that Hooli ganism, so far from being checked, is extending its sway of terror to all ■quarters of the metropolis. While the authorities arc thinking out a remedy for the evil, it may be interesting to study the lesson furnished by an al most precisely''similar condition of affairs in Australia, where some years ago the larrikin, who is the local Hool igan, made himself a terror to peace able citizens. Of Mio means which were adopted for tho suppression of organised larrikiriism in Sydney no ono'knows more than Mr W. E. Len thall, ex-superintendent of Sydney police, who recently retired after 40 years service in New South Wales. Mr Lenth'ill, speaking of Hooliganism in London,"said to a "Daily Ma...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

"\VVA1 OXG. W ithi»r.'y-t, Irnvici', b 'uvcrwald 0 ' luinn hi. not out ... ... ... 11 J-yneli, c Joiviirit'f?. b Sti«\vi»ruM .. 0 1!♦ »y 1 art ht.- hiwyor, I) Stoworv/alcl 9 1 ^us.-><n. run-out T.. ... .. o I Mo .yy, nut uut .J,

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Land BoarcL \ \ The following cases will be dealt with :— ^ Barmedmen, lObh Dec. 1900: Application to cease residence on H.S-. 92; Olive C. Williams. \ Inquiry as to issue of certificates C.P. 95.21, John Mills;-a]?. 95.22, Andrew McNamara. I : Inquiry as to conditions' C.P: 94.G Barmedman Last and series, John Coleman ; S.L. 943, IT. Mclloberts. Applications for Conditional Pur chases 00.8, Australasian Mortgage and Agency C!o,?Ltd.; 9, Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Lid. Applications for Settlement Lease.. —00.4, Jeremiah O'Keefe; 00.7, Frederick William Preston. Inquiry as to proposed transfer S.L. 422, Robert Irvine to John Fallon; Appraisement of improvement^ 93. G, John Brett ; Lnpt. Leases, 539, 540, Arthur Hewitt. Wyalong, 12th Doc., 1900. Inquiry sec. 3G as to ccrtain C'.L. 91.102, Wngga, A. Snodgrass. Application for Residential Lease, 00.1, Edwin Ryan. ' Applications for Imp. Purchases :— 00 13, James Thorn; 14, II. G. Lind say; 15, Henry Collins; 10, William Dioks...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miraculous Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

Miraculous Escape. Mr. Cecil Ray, son of Mr. Georgo Ray, of Maklon, Victoria,- had a sen sational expdi'iencc on Friday after noon last. He was■ riding a spirited horse in the vicinity of tlie Day Dawn Mine, when the horse shied at some object, and fell down a shaft fully 25 feet deep, carrying the rider down also. A bystander who saw the accident, at oneo ran to the shaft, expecting to find both horse and rider dead. lie was, however, pleased to see Mr. Ray en deavoi'ing to climb to the surfae'e, which ho was quickly assisted in doing. Mr. George Ray and others-were soon on the spot, with the intention of doing what was possible for the horse. It was found that hehad fortunately only' received a few scratches. Ropes arid ( tackle were procured, and after con | siderable labor, which entailed a good deal of danger to those concerned, the I horse was got safely out. Considering 5 that the shaft has more than one | underlie, »nd that horse and rider went to the bottom, it is marvellou...

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 — 8 December 1900

Xmas and New Year Gifts. HAS OrESED During (lie Last Kortnitflt. 24 Cases of NEW C40O1S Andthere are yot morn to .ivi'ivo. Ho still finds his Enlur<rod Primiscs too small for its K NOR MO US STOCK, so lie lias determined to reduce tlio lot, regardless .of Sacrifice. Now is the time. Don't Miss the Golden Opportunity: ^fT The Whole of the Stock is at your Disposal—New Goods untl all. ■ And bear-in mind. .\ro Reasonable Offer Will bo Refused. BAEGAIN8 IN^5> Silver and Electroplated Ware, Gold and Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks Spectacles, Tolacco, ■ ' Mcerschamn and silver mounted Pipes Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Poaches, Ra-ors, 2able and Toilet Cutlery, Violins, Accordeons, Concertinas Gift Booh and Childrens Annuals, Toy Books, Baskets, PlaitV^O^De, School, and Fancy Stationery, Purses, New and choice designs in Vases, Glasses, and, ' Croekeryware, -Fancy Coods, Perfimery, Toilet Requisites Xmas Toys and Novelties in great variety B,- GA-BF^RSOISriSr,^^ Tlio WY A...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Something for Nothing [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 8 December 1900

SometMng-for NotMmg Every visitor to 'Sydney, between now and the 5th January next, will have a chance of bearing away one of Singers highest grade Family Sowing Machines costing £13. This will be a windfall for some lucky visitor. A glass vil'ji, holding about- two quarts, now standing in the hall of the Oyclorama, has been partly filled with pigeon peas, and the jar sealed with two seperate seals by two well known city men who' guarantee that absolutely no one knows' the count, nor will, till after the 5th January next, when the competition clcces. All guesses^ by visitors as to the number of " peas in ' tho'iirn, am marked' on a specially" printed'slip,of paper, supplied by the Oyclorauia Coy. to each visitor. The nearest guess to the correct number guts the Sewing Machine. There are also several other prizes of less valuo for the next nearest. " There is ono thing about Wyaloni* " saiil a local lady otlior day, " and that is notwithstanding the dnsb, you can uc{r uny thills in t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900

Land Board. The following cases will bo dealt with :— ■ • Barmedmen, 10th Dec. 1.900. ■ Application to cease residence on H.S. 92 ; Olive C. Williams. Iuquiry ns to issue of certificates C.P. 95.21, John Mills; C.P.' 95v22, Andrew McNamara. Inquiry as to conditions C.P.94.6' Bannedraan Last and series, John Coleman ; S.L. 9*13, P. McRoberts. Applications for Conditional Pur chases 00.8, Australasian Mortgage and Agencj' Co, Ltd.'; 9,' Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd. Applications for Settlement Lease. —00.4, Jeremiah O'Keefe; 00.7, Frederick William Preston. Inquiry as to proposed transfer S.L. 422, Robert .Irvine to John Fallon. Appraisement of improvements, 95.6,. John Brett; Impt. Leases, 539, 540,. Arthur Hewitt. . Wyalorjg, 12th Doc., 1900: Inquiry sec. 36 as to certain iC.L. 91.102," Waggit, A.' Snodgrasa. ; Application for Residential Lease, 00.1, Eclwin-Ryan. ; Applications for Imp. Purchases :— 00.13, James Thorn; 14, R. G. Lind say; 15, Henry Collins; 16, William...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Something for Nothing [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900

Something for ISTotMmg | Every visitor to Sydney, -between now and the 5th January next; will have a chanco of bearing away one-of Singers-highest grade Family Sewing M-fichines costing £13. This will be a windfall for some lucky visitor. A glnss urn, holding about two quarts, now standing in tho hall of tho Cyeloranjn, has been partly filled with pigeon peas, and the jar sealed with two- seperate seals by two well known city men who guarantee that absolutely no one knows the count, nor will, till after the oth Jiniuary next, when the competition eloses. All guesses by visitors as to the number of peas in tho urn, are marked on a specially printed slip of paper, supplied by tho Cyclorama Coy. ' to each visitor. The nearest guess to tho correct number guts the Sowing Machine. Then; are also several other ! prizes of less value for the next nearest.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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The Official Wheat Crop returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900

Tlie Official Wlieat Crop returns. The Government Statistician sup plies the following summary of reports on the present condition of the wheat crops in. all parts of £Te\v South Wales. The information is obtained from a large number of reporters amongst the cultivators themselves in every police patrol district. Mr. Coghlan considers it is still too early to publish a general and definite estimate of the expected yield, as for the next fortnight or so finy calculations made just now are subject to considerable modification. Teuiora District.—Estimated area for grain, S6,100 acres. Very fair re ports from Ooolamon and Temora, 10 to 11 busliels; from lleefton, very good, 15 bushels. Cowra District.—Estimated area for grain, 52,250 acres. Very good reports from Canowindra and Cowra, the best for years, about 15 buthels; Goola gong and Woodstock, not quite so heavy, but will probably go 12 or 13 bushels.-. , W.yalong District.—Estimated area for grain, 11,900 acres. Reports vary a good...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A North Queensland. Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900

A North. Queensland. JSTote. A correspondent to the Co-Operator says:—Wo are nil busy here well sinking, as water is short again. Per haps that will convoy sonio idea to your mind when I tell you that it takes a man awl seven horses three days to cart 400 gallons—that is, a small tank of water to drink. Drought is certainly king here and flourishing, his sceptro of .death gaily. In the dry creek beds aro the (lying lambs, their mothers side by side with the corpses of sheep, cattle and horses. The outlook is indeed doleful, but it has been known to rain here, so we can but hold out and hope to the last.

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