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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

Registered under A.J.C. Rules and affiliated with the Southern District Racing1 Association Amateur Riders only, who must be Members Of the Club. 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. X PROBATIONERS MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4 fuviongs. For all horses at time'of starting which have not won anadvertised prize race on the flat. Of £6, second « horse to receive £1 from "the. stake., Nom, 5/. Minimum handicap weiglit S.7. ' \ ■ V To'start at- 2 p.m. g MATRON'S BRACELET HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. /Of ■ £10, scond liorse £1 from stake. Nom. 5/. Acc. 4/. Minimum handicap weight S.7. . To start at 2.30 p.m. - <CJ 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/. . Minimum handicap weight 8.7. '■ ' To start at 3 p.m. : £ HANDICAP iHACK RACE, 4 furlongs...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LEVEL OF WOOL VALUES Effects on Sheep Prices Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. write:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

LEVEL OF WOOL VALUES • Effects on Sheep Prices "VVinchcombe, Carson, Ltd. write: Four times this season the price of merino tops in Bradford has moved dqTO5ya,rdMBut;on every occasion the strengthjpfj ray,jwool position has subsequently sent rates for tops up ward.\Theuseason started with aver age 64s. merino tops selling at 49d. They are now at 54Jd. or 11 per cent higher. But the average merino wools from which' those semi-manufacturers are made have advanced nearly 15 per cent since last August. The raw material has beon and still is the dominating factor. Auttiarlties abroad have in some in stances stated that prices are on an. ox'cessivo level. Below will be found t the Bradford quotations for average G4's tops in March for fee past seven years:- ' , ■ < l'fl'22, 50'd; 1923, 60d; 1924, 69d; 1925 63d; 192G, 48d: 1'927, 48; 192g,.64d;. Rates are'tliorefore, about on an av erage price for the period quoted. 'The influence of wool isupplies on the market is not likely'to...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BURALYANG [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

BURALYANG (From our Correspondent) Since tile heavy rains "farmers in the district have been busy repairing fences' which were washed away by the flood waters. The total rainfall for the year to date is 1386 points. The grasshoppers are increasing in numbers and many are wondering what the district would have looked like had we not been visited by them. The heat of this last week is a di rect contrast to the wet spell which we have just experienced. The ther mometer has scored a "century" near ly every day! On Saturday, 3rd March, the Par ents and Citizens' Association con ducted a tennis tournament in aid of 'the school funds. The events were keenly contested by a large number of entrants, although the day was very warm. The winners of events were:' Ladies singles, Mrs. Caldow; gents, singles, L. McGrath; mixed doubles, L. Nancarrow and Mrs. -i. Miller. Dinner and tea were provided by the ladies. A dance at night In the school hall was a very successful function. Over 20 couples gr...

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CHAPTER XVI A PAIR OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

; CHAPTER'.XVI a - A PAIR OP BOOTS. 1 Colonel 'Temple had many tilings to occupy his thoughts that, day.In th'o first place -there was > Pamela,: stricken down, in one moment,' from perfect' consciousness into u lethargy that was terrible in; its awful-stillness. Ho had at once isent ifor a- doctor, who hud gravely shaken his head and terrified •the poor old''colonel. Indeed, lie held out little hope. In these cases it was only rarcly;;that the patient rallied. On the colonel suggesting a consulta tion with a specialist, the doctor had shaken liislie'a'd inoro - gravely than cv|er. ; .Vic. .-r "Tho colonel felt that .lie must go to No. 3 a, Harley Street, and as soon as" lunch was over he sot out. ' Arrived at the house, ho asked for .Jfohnson,! and, full of, misgivings the irishman invited the colonel into his own private room. : ■'""Now; -Johnson, what can.you- toll .mo of last.night?" hoj.begniii , '* "Well; sir, I can say nothing, becauso I only caine in'an hour after all was...

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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. Published by Special Arrangement with the proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XV. HUBERT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

YXXEI HANGMAN'S NOOSE.: BY • JOHN l. carter: Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," " The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. /Published by Spocial Arrangement \?Itb\ \ tlio Proprietors of the Copyright. /. M. _ CHAPTER XV...v';,;' L "' 'J HUBERT DEAD. | ' TVTicn Rosalie woke on tho morning; *ftor Hubert arid Pamela had . said; j ^good-byo," the first thing sho thought; \ #jf was how she could comfort Pamela*. •I Nowsho knew. that. Stephen would shortly bo roloasod a load* had fallen^ from Jidr heart. They wore still, .un reconciled, but- sho sinilcd confidently^ as slio thought of how soon she would. inako him forgive and understand. The- - fog of .the -preceding day had; cleared^ and a wintry uuu was throwing on the wall of her dressing-room a shimmering likeness of tho window curtaiiis. The;air was dry. and crisp,; and sho felt delight in being alive,-in; anticipating her reunion with Stex>hen.: For all that, sho felt for Pamela,'-whoso;; lover had gone, even ho could not yet say wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

For All Classes , of Job . Printing try Tiie "Advocate" West Wyalong. ENSURE SATISFACTION . : 3 BY CONSIGNING TO:-l' ^ The Commit!) Woo! and Prnice Co., Ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Pla» . Calves, ^klns, Hider-. ""*r Consignments revive personal mipervmion and are omy nanaiud by * experts. '* " • jo • . ' Saihe attention given to small consignments as ^eil^as large .dnes. ' ■ Prompt attention' Liberal; advances If required Help the Company to extend Its past policy of vigorous, pro gressive development along sound lines, maintaining Its present principle o£ refunding part commissions based on profits for . any given year. i • i . ' ' : OVER £34,500 returned to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during the past four years , • Wool Department under direct personal supervision ..of . the General Manager > . Stock DeDartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden. Address: 3 Bent Street. ! Sydney. "I MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER * >O., LOCAL ' ..fci-fiEBENTATlVES DO...

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THE NEIGHBOUR SAY— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

THE NEIGHBOUR SAY If ho is regular in attending church, he is too pious. ...• . If he doesn't .attend, church, lie. is on. the road to perdition., If he sends his family away for the summer, it is more than ho can nt- ; ford. , > .i'- ■ ■ . f Ui If he doesn't, lie is,-, stingy. ! If he happoijs to .be successiul Jn> business, lio '■achieved" "'success by swindling. - •" SyiU <>j» ■' If he doosnyii £y^EfBj}d,KliBlimlscGd; his calling. \ .< If lie gives freely to charity, it is done for show. If ho doesn't, ho is classed as' a skinflint. If his wife does, her own worlc, sho is "killing herself" for the iiiwim: If she has servants, £lie ought to be more economical. "• • , . ■ Ench man's own duty is the tiling j most tmnnrtnnt tn lilm

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SHIRE COUNCIL Monthly Meeting At the Bland Shire Council meeting on Friday last, the following members were present:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

Mire goraciii Monthly Meeting At the Bland Shire Council meeting on Friday last, the following mem bers were present:— . >r Crs. E.. E.. Templemari ('President)'-.- | Penfold, McClintock, and Holland. Apologies were received from 'Crs.'| Wilson and Gagle. flearce Brothers^w&^oijtigi^yro.te asking to iliave Peaf4e's^lane,.;onYihQ Bland, .inspecied, by; the Engineer, v, 1th. a view to having It made'reasonably fit for traffic. Engineer tq Inspect. Tlie Tallimba branch of the F.. and> S. Association wrote' in reference; to having work, carried out. in varlojis; parts of the' district, .viz.,, at.. North Yalgogrln, Sandy Creek,, and. through p'Donnell's property.. ; , Sopie, of these matters, were.^{er red to the maintenance men; the.' En gineer to attend io the. others. Mr.' T.' Smytiie, poundkeeper,. ap plied for his annual leave.—Grafted. " Mr! McConnack .iessee of the White, Tanici. West. Wyalong, wrote stating tiiat 'the pump at the tank was in 'disrepair, and needed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

!• U & JUluJUJu./l, ; : ' jaddeer and boot repa'irek Maltiand Street (near Fire Station) WEST \X/*ALONG . new: bakery !&f-i, At Talliirifei I :WTSH to notify the public of Tal imba and district that I have opened l NEW AN DUP-TO-DA.TB BAKERY it Talllmba as from DeceinbaF¥!,jV 111 fly Motto: Cleanliness, and dlvtllty. GIVE ME A TRIAL E. J. bigkle ^ .WHEAT GRADING Business as Usual Reduced Prices. Workmanship Guaranteed S. McINTYRE '' TALLIMBA ;• WEST END BAKERY WEST WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended to , ., .. ' j Deliver Bread in both towns and de liver to all trains arid all conchas. White Bread; • Brown Bread, Goods, Wedding " Cakes" Birthday ' ■ Cakes ,:v ^ ^. ■'[ 'V'«" Civility' and' Good Service li. .% FRASER (E. D. & d .E. A';)^r,83 ' ' . 'IJ tviy' •; >' TO P'aiSERVE' lSM' ta«iili'8ftEa,B0ll6fyRT The orilr rc«njc.;perfeet ..Eg* .Prwrvf ■ J«-, "JVO."' Simple. to.. ui-e v»'AlI-UIl£ IM POSSIBLE),) wUilo "OVO:' gives results not oSUiiv.Mf,, by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

t 4> t Having made arrangements with a leading Syldney Manufacturer to maka Suits to. my Specifications, by thq TEAM System, I can now offer a .Well-rfiade, accurate-fit ting: SUIT to .YOUR MEASURE. The advantages you get are MEA SURED AND FITTED by a PRACTI CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive stock of the I LATEST IN SUITINGS This Department Is In addition and entirely separate from my High Grade Made on the Premises Suits EXPERT TAILOR, WEST WYALONG The House of Quality, Value and Style. WE HAVE A YERYi ATTRACTIVE VELOUR COATS—An extensive range in the new Crossover Shapes, which are novel and distinctive for the.coming seasons. All new shades. . ' ' ' LADIES FROCKS.—Wool Crepe de Chene,'Repps, Cfiarmelaines, and Flannels, are all excellent valuo.V ;;;i. ■ .... ■ . i ■. : MILLINERV SPECIALS.—Felts and Velours, shapes are the "craze," for the coming .season. We are showin'g'all .the smartest shades. A very fino niuge Exclusive Paisley and - Floral Designs.jin. EIDERDOWNS. * , The l...

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LOOKING BACKWARD Old Time Memories (By "The Little Rascal") [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

LOOKING BACK WARD Old Time Memories (By "The Little Rascal")   This life is what we make it   In this old world of ours;     We help to make or break it According to our powers.         Tis jus 30 years this month (March) since I first lobbed in West Wyalong, and got a job as a comp on   the "Wyalong Star".             Times have changed since then, James Crowley was the nominal pro- prietor (Jack came later); T. A. Crowe was editor; Mick Canty was foreman. Mick Lynch and Martin Flannery were 'boys' (Mother Cum- ming's boys) on the paper. Martin Flannery is now M.L.A. for   the Murrumbidgee, and one of the most respected members in the House. In 1898 the field was just about at its peak. The shallow workings had     petered out, but they were going a bi...

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OBITUARY MRS. BLUNDELL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 13 March 1928

MRS. BLUNDELL The death occurerd in Sydney on Sunday of Mrs. Blundell, wife of Mr. J. L. Blundell, of Nariah. The de-   ceased lady first became ill in Febru- ary last, and about a fortnight later left for Sydney for treatment. The remains are being brought from Syd- ney by train to-day (Tuesday) and will be interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Wyalong Cemetery this afternoon. Deceased is survived by a husband and 10 children.

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WINNUNGA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

WINNUNGA NOTES (Prom our Correspondent) Winnunga cricketers played their last match.on Sunday against Yalgo grin at Winnunga with the following result:— YALGOGRIN.—1st Innings W. Bruni c Jeffs b I-I. Vaughan .. 11 P. Humphries c A. Wardlo b II. Vaughan .. .. 6 13. Nicholls c A. Wardlo b R. Jeffs 3 J. Boxall c W. Powell b H. Vau- v." glian .. 0 D. Roberts st Jeffs b R. -Murrells .44 D. Cartwright lbw b H. Vaughan 6 G. Clark c' T. Powell b J .Ellis .. 12 A. Plant c Vaughan b J. Ellis . . 0 J. Munro lbw b R.> Murrells :. . . 2 A. Daly c W. Powell b R. Murrells, 9 B. Wilkinson not out .. .. ..... ... . 4 T. Wynd b R. Murrells.3 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. .. .3 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 103 Bowling: R.- Jeffs, 1 for 24;: H. Vaughan, 4 for 30; R. Murrells, 4 for. 17; J. Ellis, 2 for 27. YALGOGRIN—2nd Innings T. Wynd'b T. Powell ...... 0 it. Wilkinson b K. Logg :. . . .. - 0 J. Munro not out .... .... . .14 D. Cartwriglit b T. Powell .... 5 A. Daly b T. Powell v. ....... 0 J. Boxall' n...

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BUTCHERS AND STATION PRODUCE Sheepskins and Rabbitskins in Demand [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

BUTCHERS AND STA TION PRODUCE Sheepskins and Rabbit skins in Demand The Farmers and Graziers Co-op. Co., writing on the sales held in Syd ney during the week ended 9/3/28, report:— For the week under review we had the largest catalogues of tallow (S4 casks) hides (1,827) and sheepskins (7,525). All descriptions of sheepskins met with strong support .merino fuil wools making to lSgd, threequarter wools to 17Jd, half wools to 15d. In the cross bred and comeback section full wools brought to 16Jd, threequarter wools to 15id, and half wools to 133d per lb. Heavy and medium weight hides were inclined lower, but lighter were to Jd per lb dearer. Picked stout heavies sold to 15Jd, heavies to 13d, mediums to 12Jd, lights to 12Jd per.lb.; Yearlings medium to large 20/ to 26/9, calf skins medium to large 6/3 to 8/3. Horse hides medium to large 14/6 to 19/ each. Tallow met with improved competiv tion with values 5/ to -10/. per ton' higher. The demand for rabbit skins was exceptionally keen, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

Taxing Dependents You may leave a heritage to your dependents but how much of it will they rcccive? Will ;they be forced to sell or mortgage part of it to pay the heavy Probate 1 ax ? Will they be provided for during the long period of assessment when their property will be securely tied up with not a penny available for currcnt' expenses. P. &C C. Probate Assurance solves all these problems. Write for full information on this important-subject. Chairman of Directors' Gen. Man.: H. Fell & COOPERATIVE ASSURANCE CO. OF AUSTRALIA 114- 1?_0 CASYL~nEAGH ST. SYDNEY Hon. A. K. Trcthowan, M.L.C. LTD^I •y. . V»- .,rr. 'm T"S T OW "Britain's most popular car" is ■within the reach of all prospective buyers. The New Standard MOR.RIS COWLEY. i Roidstcr— soundly constructed of the finest British materials procurable and equipped with 5 detachable steel wheels, •-.5.tyres and speedometer is now « .. . ... ■ alf;bimine " Local Agent WEST WYALONG TRY NOW—THIS RECIPE , RASPBERRY BUNS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

-mM i -i/v COST OF UPKEEP is an important item with most motor cyclists. In this direction Australian mmi 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. AH States * -it « DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aust. Ltd. and N.Z. v/BUI LD WlTtf SAVE time and money by using Durabcstos (the Wunderlich asbestos cement) to line the Exterior and Interior Walls of your Home. Avail able in big, rigid Sheets —-cheaper than wood linings — easily fixed — cannot burn nor rot. You can obtain Durabestos Sheets from your local supplier of building materials. Send to us foi samples, and free booklet D.< WUNDERLICH LTD. Daptist Street, Redfern, Sydney A. E. PEREIRA AND W. G. BUTLE R, WEST WYALONG. Ail bottles delivered by this Company ■with either the Trade Mark and/or Brand cn o u 1 d e d thereon are not sold* but remain...

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FOR THE QUIET HOUR Character First [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

FOR THE QUIET HOUR Character First (BY "GLEANER.") "Satoty First" is a sound maxim if lUG^Iifeaning of safety is clearly un derstood. Where the care of human life is the highest duty, the supreme responsibility, it must be taken at its face value. On • railways, in the con struction of buildings, whether per manent or temporal, in steam naviga tion, in the protection of water sup plies, in the regulation of traffic on the public highways, the guarding of life is paramount to all other. duties, and the words "Safety First" posted in places where life is in peril from many kinds of danger, form a sign that this, happy-go-lucky country is be ginning to awaken from its indolence and carelessness. But in guarding the higher interest! of life safety lias a larger, meaning than the protection of the body; i: may and often does involve the ut most peril to the body. It lias becomt to many people a maxim of spiritual degeneration. Taken in an absolute sense, it be- : comes a .shield' for mea...

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PUBLICAN'S FINED For Breaches of Liquor Act [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

PUBLICAN'S FINED For Breaches of Liquor Act Before Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., at the West ■ Wyalong Police Court on Wednesday,-'It. D. Gorman (licensee of the White Tank Hotel), John Lee (licensee of the Post Office Hotel), and George. Butler (licensee of the Metropolitan. Hotel) pleaded guilty to charges of allowing persons on their licensed premises • during prohibited hours. They were each . fined-. £3 and 8/ costs. A number of persons pleaded guilty to being found on-these licensed pre mises during 'prohibited hours arid, •wore each fined 20/. and 8/ costs. Mr. Evans (G. P.-Evans and Eng lert) appeared on. behalf of several of Uie defendants.

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THRICE INJURED In Six Months [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

THRICE INJURED » — In Six Months To meet with three accidents with in a period of six months is the ex perience of Mr. J. Irwin, a slaughter man employed by . Mr. Gordon Butler, butcher, of West Wyalong. : > On the first occasion Mr. Irwin was thrown from his cart, sustains in juries which necessitated a stay in hospital for several w«elcs. A few weeks later, as the result of his horse falling, he sustained an injured wrist, and on Tuesday, while engaged In? his work at the slaughter yards, his horse again fell, inflicting painful injury to liis right wrist. This will mean another enforced holiday for Mr. Irwin. ..

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ONE MINUTE READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

. ONE MINUTE IT READINGS 0( E3SES3 <* Prosperity deceives, adversity in structs. , * * * ' To attain higli position you must first learn to handle opposition. A man is never down until ho doubts. • •St * * ^ Pedigree may be a good thing, but it's performance that counts. * * * Tr 'here is, a virtue in the■ world. that always helps, it is cheerfulness. * * * A fool is the man: who cannot got angry; The wise man-is the one who will not. ' ' • * * * ' Brains get-rusty, and after they stand still for a time; its hard to Iceep them going. * * It is; the wisest act of a business career to . surmount, some business fear every day. *. * * Reputation is the world's measure of a mail-character is what, lie really is. • ' ' * * * Commonsense combined with .. in itiative is a business, service that "is hard to beat. 4{• * • *• You have to contribute before.you can collect;'You have to sow before you can reap. ' Banks are. built on : confidence. Wlion a bank' loses confidence, !t- can...

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