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CAR FRAMES Morris Wants Quotes For 10,000 Lots [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

CAR FRAMES Morris Wants Quotes •v For 10,000 Lots > "Lam going back to England with the intention to buy all I can for the Morris oars,' here in Australia," saiil Mr. \V. -R.: Morris. the English car manufacturer, after, inspecting Austra lian niado automotivo parts at the Chamber of Manufactures. > I will see what can be bought hero in order to send as littlo of the chassis as possible to Australia, and If, see that as niucli Is made here .\s is pos sible. I3ut that cannot be douo uiiIgbs the price is right. Is anyone making frames here?" A Voice: "No, but we can tlo. it." "You aro attacking more difficult things here, and apparently doing ilu-m well. Is anyono here prepared Lo make the.chassis frames?" ...» Voice: j-"Dut thero/is ;not Un> de mand.". "Well,' I want you .to quote'mo on 30,000 lots. This is tlio minimum t.um bor of cars wo. oxpoct. to sell here noxt year. I think: wo shall be making up to CO per cent.'of: Great Brl'ain'rt cars tills year." o

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

NOTICE TO SMEEPOWNERS. SIX weeks good /grass" 'and water for 1500 or 2000 sheep., JFree. Apply at once to * HENRY GOODEN, • "Lelthcourte," Girral. Phone 4D, Girral.,; A GRAND SOCIAL In aid of the Yalgo^-iq.^orth Cricket Club, will be held in the.Hall at Yal gogrin North on Friday, 9th March, 1928 Good Music. Good Floor. • , f Excellent Supper I TICKETS: GENTS, if, LADIEJ3 2/. i !'cj.i j' ' .A. J.DAI,Y,; , i : ' Hon.uSee. Y.N.C.C. Moonbi Amateur Races Meeting 18th April, 1928 Horses to be paddoclted at Mr. A. O. McPhilamy's "Newlands" for the above club's meeting not later than C p;m. on Monday, March 12, and may be removed betweeri 'S a.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday, April 9,' 1928. ■ Horses paddocked':f6r Condobolin, Mungery, Curra, Coradgery, 'Forbes, Grenfeli, Bedgerabohg and Euglo Pi<> nic Race Clubs will'be'eligible for this meeting. \ ^ j ( , Prgrammes .entry form's and any information on application to J. 'A. FENNELL, "Lana," Condobolin. TIVOLI THEATRE v; SATURDAY ! &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

WANTED AT, OnceUeliable Cook-Laundress. ' . G1RRAL HOTEL, TO LET COTTAGE in; Church Street South. Apply . ' THIS OFFICE. W.W. Parents and Citi zens' Association , THE Adjourned Meeting of the above Association will be held in the Memorial Hall on Monday night, March 5, at' S o'clock sharp. H. HELYAR, PUBLIC NOTICE ANNUAL Meeting, Election of Ofllcc Bearers: in .connection with the Weja Public Hall Saturday, 10tli March, at S p.m. A. W. TAMLYN, : Hon. Sec., Weja Hall Committee. SHAREFARMIN.G LAND WANTED . AN experienced farmer and lie is a single man, wishes to lenow of an area of about 500 acres.to crop' and farm on the thirds. For'further particulars apply to A. "F.' GILLETT, ' 1 1 Ungarie. I ' -•< FOR SAtfE Second Hand FOUDSON TRACTOR. Perfect order^ Any trial.' 'Full particu lars ., MASSEY HAIlItIS DEPOT, , i Wesf .Wyalong. APPLES.—Choice Eating -8/ bushel ease; Paekliam Pears 8/; White Musk 3rapps 5/—G. REYNOLDS, Orchardist, Young. WANTED FOR a'week, Good Washerwoman....

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ANNUAL R.C. BALLS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

ANNUAL R.C. BALLS .MAY 15—BLOW CLEAR' JUNE 5—TALLIMBA , JUNE 26—WEST WVALONG

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BRINGING HOME THE BABY Pilot Bert Hinkler Revisited Australia BRINQING HOME THE BABY.. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

BRINGING HOME THE i BABY Pilot Bert HinMer Re visited Australia BRINQilSia HOME THE BABY.. ., The British Imperial Oil' Company .which supplied Beet Hinlcler with "Shell/,' Spirit, throughout Ills pres ent .world- flight,; lias, sent/ us, the.foll' owing article, which was written on: March 2£thv: 1921- and; is of special interest to-day. . . i i 'From England, unaided, after,an. ab sence, of, seven, years, Mr. Bert. ;HinlC lor landed in Sydney on March IStli, 1921.;.With;him is .tlie.:35.,h:p.; (Green) Av.ro ."Baby" . G-EACQ-. ,in iwhich lio last ,year made th,e Brilliant,non-stop flight o& G50 miles .fr.om. London, to , Turon,. and-wliich, a few. .weeks, later and without., overhaul,.;lie.'piloted to. second place, in the!. London ..Aerial i.Derby. i>.These? two , acblevments, ; should have brought. Australia's) leading news papeiv men scurrying down to; the wliarf-; as soon as- his uncommon.\(but now.- familair), name, appeared in. the ."Ascanius"' passenger list. One ...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES Keen Competiion Upward Trend of Merinos We received the following wire yesterday from Winchcombe Carson Ltd:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

SYDNEY WOOL ... SALES, , _ Keen Competiion l. . Upward Trend of Merinos ; > ■■■ ■ ■:■■■■'■ ■ "Wo received the following wire [yesterday from AVinclicomlje Carson 'Ltd:- | "We'sold 0,500 bales of wool at our Sydney auctions on Wednesday. Com ' petition was keen from France, Ger ' many, Yorkshire,1 Japan', " America, 'Russia, Italy and Belguim. "Values for superfino"merino 'wools showed an upward trend. Rates 'lor. all other merinos were very firm. Prices for comebacks' showed a rls ingf tendency. ' | \ '"We obtained : C. H. Sclirader, Walclia, ' 32d. Wiseman Bros., Bun. dara, 312<1. Booromba ^Station,, Queen 'beyan, 31d; J. and J, A. Eove,' Yass 30Jd, W. Avery, "Queenbeyan, 30d, Mc/CSlenaglian Bro's.,\ Armidale, ' 30d. John Kermoe, Walcha, 30d. 'Samuel '.Daniels, Bungendore, 30id. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

WARNING'; If you want real fruit drinks, that is, drinks j made from the actual fruit, ask for the !■ popular brands "ORANGE CUP and KIA- ; ORA LEMON." It is a mistake ju£ to [ say "Squash" or "an Orange Drink," as often - j you may be served with substitutes that are | made from essences and which are not : real fruit drinks at all. It must be Orange j Cup or Kia-Ora Lemon if you want the best. j 0.7". LTD., Melbourne, Sydney, huuhtn and U.S. A. . |i LIFE ASSURANCE IS A DUTY THAT CANNOT WAIT * Most men intend 10 prou* c their V<pt ni.< ills wiffi .. Assurance, but.many delay until rt.o liicv or j.i be.tyuntil their premiums have Iwohic »e«.M es ly hr,; . It >ou i »o, . ate in their position, nro pt this dmy m.w and net tij.cn i-. There is a P. fli C, policy o.inoiM y/uu i- si*—a pniuy ihnt gives you the benefits o'r awsprrntive- a?.surnnco. a. d one that, provide nb#o ute security. > 1 • Chairman ofDir^rors: Hon. A. K. Tr.tftuw.i , M.L.C. U-n. Man.; It. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

tADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Maltland Street (near Fire Station). - WEST WYALONG , new: bakery; CiJ^ 'At Tallini^a f,I WISH to notify the public of I'al Imba and district that I have, opaned i?NEW AN DUP-TO-DA.TE BAKERY tt Tallimba as from Decembar 3. '■ily Motto: Cleanliness and Civility. GIVE ME A TRIAL E. J. bickle WHEAT GRADING business as Usual Reduced Prices Workmanship Guaranteed S. McINTYRE TALLIMBA WEST END BAKERY WEST WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended to . Deliver Bread in both towns and de liver to all trains and all coaches. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small"-i Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes Civility and Good Service FRASER BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) / . TO PRESERVE EOOS that will POACH, BOIL cf fRY The only really perfect Egg Pf-it^fVCT is "OVO." Simple to use (FAILURE IM POSSIBLE), while "OVO? givos results not obtainable by any other means. •«OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Store keeper in the State can obtain supplies for you through any Wholesale - Grocer...

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METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

" '■ METHODIST 'CHURCH SUNDAY, :MARCH -1. : 'i v; Tallimba 11 a.m. . . Mount* VIow 3 p.m. West Wyalong 7.30 p.m. , / . ' Student P. II. Bolto.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish Tuesday, 2S Lh .Feb.: Annual Meeting | at the Church at §' p.m. .. : . ■ | Wednesday,'29 th'Feb. (Ember Day): 7 a.m. I-I.C.,' 7.30 p.m. Intercession and address. ; Friday,, March 2,;(Ember Day): 7 a.m. H.C., MARCH d (2nd,SUNDAY IN LENT) ■ 8 a.ui! H.C.-West-Wyalong. . 11, a.m. H.C. Mildil 3- p.m. Yalgogrin. Annual Mooting to. follow., ^.30 p.m. West :Wyalong.' W. J. Conran, Hector.

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong WEDNESDAY, 29th FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong WEDNESDAY,- 29th FEBRUARY All Saints:7.30ip;m. Evensong . SUNDAY, 3rd MAItCH All Saints' 7.30* aim. I-I.C., 10.30 a.m. (cliUdren). v ■ ■ Calleen-3-p.m:-Evonsong: -~ ■; Ur\garlo 7.30.p.nii;EvQnsong.. ; ^ ' " Hev. II. T. Congo.

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BIG SHEEP SALE AT GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

BIG SHEEP SALE AT : " GOFLBURN ; • 'Attention is drawn to the big- spe* cial sale of slieep at Goulburn, by W. ■H/ -Wheatley, on Tuesday next, Oth March.; TI10.yarding will comprise .30,000 store sheep, full particulars of which are set out in the advt. appear ing in this issue.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Ungarie-Cargelligo Charge) SUNDAY MARCH 4. FAREWELL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

PRESBYTERIAN ^CHURCH' , ii (Ungarie-Cargelligo Charge) ■ • SUNDAY MARCH 1. ' FAREWELL SERVICES Burgooney 'll'ra.m. Four Corners 2;30 p.m. .■ Wlununga <1.30'p.m. Ungari'o 7.30 p!m. Rev. C. Goy. : PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 11 a.m. "VVeetlialle > 2.30 p.iiu T; I-Iall's residence. 7.30 p.m. Erigolia.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY, 4th MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH , . • . • SUNDAY,; 4tli MARCH , / Barraedman '•"! Yid(lah'-3 .p.m. West Wyalong 7.30 p.m. Rev. B: H. Palmer, Minister.

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SALVATION ARMY SUNDAY, 4th MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

.'SALVATION ARMY i iC SUNDAY, 4til MARCH 11- a.m.-and 7.30 p.m. West Wyalng. ' W. E. Sweeney, C.O.

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WOMEN WHO LISTEN MOTHER'S HOBBY [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

WOMEN WHO LISTEN :l MOTHER'S HOBBY I Some'idea of' liow the women's ses sions of the- broadcasting stations-are appreciated'by many'listeners is given in a letter received- by Mrs; Jordan of station -2BI/, Sydney, from a woman living- in! North St., Marrickville. "I am just another of: your admirers and an-ardent listener in and have come to'look-upon 2BL's women ses sion as ■ my daily relaxation. I have profited - very inucli1 by -your' hints and I do' enjoy your chats. My family calls Mrs. •) Jordan's ; 'session • "Mother's hobby.",-''- ■ A: resident -of i-Gampsle,'writing1 to Mrs. Jordan says: tliat she'-lias'just'- re turned'from a; tour on the-South- Coast: The party toolc their radio :set! arid; en joyed! the broadcast programmes very muehj The listening'-iri'wasr-no-sniall I feature of 'the day's^enjoyment. This :writer - (Sxpres'ses ; the " opinion that fixing the" morning "session at ,S till 9 a.m. is a great-improvement on the earlier session, 7 to 8.

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A HOPELESS TASK RADIO MAN'S SEARCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

A HOPELESS TASK 1": ■ RADIO MAN'S'SEARCH ■ A blind .man in the dark room look ing-for a black cat that is not there is 'having -an'easy job compared with a radio enthusiast in. the Island of Mauri tius! who-has been scouring the ether ■on. his .short wave set hunting for the Sydney. station . 2FC at a time; when 2FC is not transmitting. . ■ . •"Such'has'beeivtlie task of a -French man, -• h.; R. L.' Bourgault de Coudray, who at 9 a.m. on^t Christmals' Day (his ■ time); picked • up ,the Sydney /station and • lias. never heard it since. Mr. du Coudray writes to 2FC stating "I "re ceived your-station; it is the .finest-1 have; up to-now received as to. clarity, purity - and power. Really; it. was „ a bright reception and I am • sorry I do not know enough English,-to express what I mean." (Not bad English, any how, in spite of the apology). ; Mr. du1 Coudray says lie heard the announcer saying as distinctly as one can imagine "Alio, Alio, British Isles." He was hearing quite well throug...

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SEVEN 'CHORUS GIRLS ALL RADIO ARTISTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

' ' 1 SEVEN 'CHORUS GIRLS ALL RADIO ARTISTS !Out of nine girls chosen.to sing in the 'chorus oft the forthcoming J. • C. Williamson Grand Opera Company's season, "seven are regular radio artists Sigri'or Zucchi, rAustrali;ui Musical Di rector of the Grand ' Opera*; Company "tested 100 more ■aspirants "for ' the - chorus and it is interesting that the successful candidates had all gained much of their r experience as broad casting artists. The fact' seems to-bear out the claim that the establishment of broadcasting stations - in ,Australia is helping to develop the talent of young artists "who otherwise might not bo heard of.

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THEY HEARD AUSTRALIA LISTENERS IN BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

•THEY HEARD AUSTRALIA LISTENERS IN-BRITAIN The impression made on; the people d£ Great Britain by the special overs sea' Broadcasts recently ■ transmitted, from Sydney seems to have' been great er than most. Australian listeners have realised. Evidence to" this effect was revealed at broadcasting; station 2PC this' week on the arrival of.-Mr.yFranli; Bucliell.^an. ! English' radio -man. One of the earlist calls made by ilr. Buclt ell was on station-2FC, his object be ing > to congratulate: the broadcasting company on -' their oversea transmis-, sioris. ^Everyone in Englarid; says Mr. Buckell,' was! ' talking, obaut the re-, broadcasts from Australia which re ceived ?'a. bettor ■advertisement'' In .Eng land' than" by any other means of re cent times. From, the possessors, of large valve sets down to the simplest crystal every listener heard the Aus tralian istation .^and •' enjoyed1 the • pro gramme immensely.

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DISTRICT'S SHOW WINDOWS Mr. Thorby's Hints on Local Boost [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 2 March 1928

DISTRICT'S SHOW .WINDOWS Mr. Thorby's Hints on Local Boost "If small holders'would-only, realise that • 1 their local ^agricultural shows are the • best -advertisement i they can possibly get most of-the-counlry-show societies would'have *tO'enlarge1 their premises.'to accommodatc : the exnU bits," said1 the Miniser for-.Agriculua'e (Mr.- Thorby) , when opening' the; Black town. show. : . He added- that-unless' producers coolc their choice stuff to the shows the people could not- possibly-gain-ani idea of the fertility of the district.

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