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FOOTBALL Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

FOOTBALL Committee Meeting At the White Tank hotel 011 Tues i clay, I3th Inst., a committee meeting1' i o£ the Half Moon Football Club was held, at which, the following were - present:- , Messrs. S. Smith, (chair) W. How. , ■ ■/■, 'ard; ,D. Fraser, J. Duffy, B. ■ CnJllnan, • A. Lloyd, L. Carr, W. SlivajioT. M. Riley, P. Schofield . and J. McCann: l&ecreiuryj * 1 It was agreed, 011 tlia molio'n or. Messrs Scliofieldand •■•Howard to'ap- j. ply to the West Wyalong > Rugby Leugno for affiliation. , . ; (It'was a^so docldod :to apply. to,the> . Bjand Shiro Council for permission/ • to use the grandstand on the recrea. tion ground for; training quarters. .'• • tTlie Secretary was empowered to ' ■cjj.ll. tenders from. ■ the' local hotel • proprietors for the rights of Tatter sail's for. the curont season. On the motion of Messrs. Schoilgld and RHey it was resolved that all players must bo financial after the first cup 'matcli has been played. - v < Mr. Howard moved...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEHILL RACES "Advocate" Selections (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

ROSEHILL RACES "Advocate" Selections , ~ (BY*WIIUS) Sydney Friday, HURDLE RACE, Abt 2 miles (1 p.m.)' STONY : 1 Suncoil 2 "Bungarley ,8 - HIGHWEiGHT HANDICAP, 7 Fur. : (1st Division 1.30) ROISYCE 1 AorangI 2 Zaragoza " 8 (Second 'Division. 1,55). GOLDEN VOICE .. 1 Dolmonite .. 2 Cadenza » 8 JUVENILE STAKES, 5i'Fur. (1st Division, 2.25) CASQUE D'OR .. 1 Eldon Girl .. .. ....... 2 Remora .. .. 3 (Second Division 2.50) PINNATE 1 Humdira 2 Golden Music 8 CLUB HANDICAP, H miles, (3.20) : OUMERLONG . 1 Piastoon 2 * « Tan gible * ?. TRIAL STAKES}, 7 Fur. . (First Division S.5P) RADIANT ORB, ........ 1 Chrystal Tray 2 King William . . - 5 (Second Division (4.15) QUEEN SHEPHERD. .. 1 Rana Mor * . .»• 3 Royal Welcome .. .» RYDALMERE MILE (4.45)1, WINALOT i ,1 ' Beedos 2,, Bootlegger .. V.*

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASE TRACTOR Purchase by Mr. G. L. Doel [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

CASE TRACTOR Purchase by Mr. G. L. Doe! IX. W. Brown and .Go. (late Brown • and Lloyd) report the sale to Mr. G. L. Doel, of Buddigower, of a -2u/'l5' Case tractor, which is Llio largest trac tor manufactured] by the G.; P. ■ -Case r. Co., and Is the first 25/-15 'to be.de- - llvored to a farmer In New South Wales. ~ .Mr. Doel lias lb eon working' a!5/32 Caso tactor for the / past two" years - with such excellent .results "that -l{o . decided to purchase the largest Case'1 tractor made. /Pliisspealcs volumes forv;, ' ther high '' opinion : Mr. Doel has for • the Case' inachines,- .'andvlie-intends toi . f crop about 1800 acre3. I-Ie considers lie can quite easily, inanago that acrev , ifje with the 25/-15 machine. The New South* Wales agents for the Case products, Gemmell Power Inarming Co., Ltd.; Sydney, :repor£ re cord sales right, 'throughout the State for their tractors, and no doubt Mr. Doel's recent: purchase of the 25/45 will bo-the forerunner of other sales Eo,r~ a similar s...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BEST BET. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

best bet ... —.— I For one bet at Rosehlll to- | morrow Casque d'Or In tho |, First Division of the JHYP.nile | Stakes reads as well as any- | thing engagedi at the meet- | Ing. For place Investments | Cumerlong and Queen Shep- [ herd should be hard to beat. . {

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIGEON SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

PIGEON SHOOT On Wednesday next a Olay Bird slioot will be held at West Wyiilong, when a novice sweepstake will bo conducted. . ■; ■■., •, ■;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Los Angeles Disaster SEARCH FOR BODIES First Victim Found 'Alive (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

........ ■» ■■ SEARCH FOR BODIES* First Victim Found Alive ■■ ; (BY WIRE) ' • _____ i i • 1 Sydney Friday, ■ A cable from Los Angeles state? that the' search for the victims of tlio flood Is being continued. \Vitb the aid of dynamite and trac tors, the workers are slowly cutting their way through the debris. The first victim found olive Blncq Tuesday was an unknown child, in the limbs of a citrus tree. 1 Eleven bodies -were found In a ba&; in, badly mutilated. It Is believed that more will be . found under tpns of clay and sand. Buzzards and coyotes appeared in the Valley yesterday.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BANKRUPTCY ACT Federal Proclamation (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

BANKRUPTCY ACT Federal Proclamation (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, : Tlio" Federal Government lias sug-. gcstoil May 15 as llic date for the proclamation, of the Federal-- Ban;:-, niptcy Act. ! : •

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Missing HINCHCLIFFE AND MISS MACKAY Flying from London to America (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

HINCHCLIFFE AND : MISS MACKAY Flying from London to America XBT WIRB1 Sydney Friday, A cable from New. York states that Captain Hinchcliffo and Miss Maclcay (daughter qf Lord Inshcape) Who were attempting to fly from London: to America, are more thain 24 hours overdue. Virtually all* hopes of them have been given up, despite rumors that are still coming In of planes being heard and seen at isolated points. A cable from Portland, Maine, states that coastguards at Biddleforfi Pool Station are investigating an un confirmed report that a yellow object ■ and two persons—Possibly "The En deavor" and Captain Hinchcliffe and Miss Maclcay, are safe on Stratton Island, off Old Orchard Beach.

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LOS ANGELES, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

,, ,,, LOS ANGELES, Wednesday. . ■ Disease -lias' followed on the liools of Ueathr In the terrible flood disaster In California when the St. Frauds Dam broke and swept the Santa Clara Yalloy. .-^ Doctors are now desperately fight ing an outbreak of typhoid. Over SOO people aro still missing. Three hundred bodies have been re covered. The damage Is estimated at ■£2,000,000.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PACT APPROVED By Vic. Country Party (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

PACT APPROVED By Vic. Country Party (BY- -WIRE) Sydney Friday, The Victorian Country 'Party has approved of'the Bruce-Page Pact by a large majority.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Appalling Disaster HUGE DAM BURSTS Hundreds of Lives Lost [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

HUGE DAM BURSTS Hundreds of Lives Lost ! , , :Five hundred persons areMrolleved to, bo dead as. the eesiilt o£ tlie worst disaster that lias occurred on Hit • Pac ific. Coast since/ the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.. • | Swept by an angry flood from the gj'eat mountain reservoir of the St. Francis Dam; the historic Santa Clara River Valley, the garden of California, lies devastated. i Almost- without warning, the ISO foot retaining parapot of one o£ the chief units of the Los Angeles:water and power system gave way suddenly. ■; Hundreds of power workers -and ranchers, sleeping in their cabins, were overwhelmed ' by an " unshackled wave, estimated at 75 feet high, as it started down > the St.Francis Quito Canyon.' | Five1 miles -below the dam the wave crest , was: reduced , in height. to 20 or 30. foet.s and was two miles wide. Ajfter travelling another four or five miles.the wave; spread out like a lake, lojst force, and.finally, joined streams flpwing'toward the soa. .The wa...

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NO AMALGAMATION Railway Union and A.W.W (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

NO AMALGAMATION Railway Union and , A.W.TL i (BY WIEE) Sydney Friday, The State Conference of Australian Railways Union, rejected the pro posal for amalgamation with the A.W. U. under the present constitution ot that body.

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

G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS, AND PROCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG G. P. EVANS Commissioner for Affidavits for fJ.S.W., Vic., S.A., and Tasmania. H. J. ENGLERT Telephone No. 23. n E. MACKENZIE [SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, PROCTOR MAIN STREET WEST WYALONG R. BRUCE BLGORE Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG^ Tel. No. 74 W. J. MACDONALD Dental Surgeon MENTOR CHAMBERS . (Opposite Souden'a) MAIN 8TREET, WEST WYALONG F. PLACKETT DENTAL SURGEON Opposite ' Bank N.S.W. CHURCH ST., WEST WYALONG J. STtJART WILLIAMS ARCHITECT MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG (Raslsterad' by the Board oC Archi. teeta of N.S.W.) Henry Helman, MfcfcA. CERTIFICATED ARCHITECT BspM-ta in Modern Building Design, Ssvsragc and Hot "Water Installa. Uoqs. filantor Chambers, West Wyalong, Bsone 24. Box" 11. J. O. Anderson, Representative, C. E. WALLDER & CO. Land Salesmen atook & Station Agents, Auctioneers MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG Brunch Offices: Lake Cargeiligo, P. mm! G. Orock...

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WHEAT POOL Vic. Govt. to Hold Ballot (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

WHEAT POOL Vic. Govt, to Hold Ballot (BY WXBJB), Sydney. Friday, The Victorian Government has- de cided to take a ballot of wheat grow ers subject to the compulsory pool.

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WATERSIDE WORKERS Interference of Vigilance Officers (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

WATERSIDE .WORK ERS Interference of Vigil ance Officers : i (BY WIRE) Sydney Friday, During the hearing of an arbitration case at Perth, Judge Beeby remarked that if the interference of the water side vigilance officers continued, the vigilance officers would he held per sonally responsible and bo liabe to gether -with the Union.

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THIRD ANNUAL SPORTS At the Four Corners [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

THIRD ANNUAL SPORTS At the Four Corners (From our Correspondent) A few days prior to tlie holding of the annual sports on the 7tli March at the Four Corners Recreation, ice serve, it. appeared, as though..■.■.there would be another break' in the wea ther, but much to tho satisfaction of the sports committee, the chang passed off and the day turned out to be bright and clear. . For some days previously tho committee, with the aia of volunteers, had been hard at worn: preparing tho ground aiuT getting tho track for the.foot races in first class order to enable competitors to have equal -conditions for racing. Visitors and district residents com menced to arrive about 11 a-.m. and later partook 'of an attractive lun cheon provided by the ladies , in, a spe cial pavilion, erected for that purpose. By 1.30 p.m. there was a fairly largo attendance, although there wore not quito as many present as in previous years, due no doubt to the'adverse' season experienced and the import ance of far...

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

IBEJfUILEI BERLEI CORSET, 604.—For heavy figure with big hips. •On handsome peach silk broche with elastic sections at waist. Reinforced over abdomen. 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 pink broche with clastic sections over hips and all round top, to ensureper fect 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—Im parts beautiful lines from above bust to^ below hips to slender figures. Crea...

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

The New Erskine Six shows the most brilliant activity in pick-up and hill-climbing. It accelerates from 5 to 25 miles in 8i seconds, develops an effortless 60 miles an hour, and climbs an 11 per cent, grade in top—with a full load. No chahgfcs, no uncertainty to mar your pleasure as you hug the road with.silent speed. Tothesafety of thespecially designed chassis, Studebak er adds the positive'control of -self - energising four wheel braking. Balloon tyres, plus a spring base equal to 82 per cent of the entire: wheel-base^ en sures'the .utmost degree of priding comfort. its economy is another point, for your con sideration—25 and more miles'to the gallon of petrol, 1,200 mil%;t6, tl>e gallon of oil. SMALL DEPOSITS ; uituJjrrcfn r,(hie/'-|>r(K>//0<k, fvnol on dash. ^ALF. ABERLINE LOCAL DEALER '.'K I# I I if 'EASY TERMS \ Ko imoll car equals the N'cu» Etskine Six In ckirdetcr, diirinc. tion. tafcly, comfort, perfonnar.ee, cconamy oiui value exk&f & M...

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Infringement of Trade Marks ASSOCIATION FORMED TO PREVENT "PASSING OFF." [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

Infringement of Trade Marks ASSOCIATION FORMED TO PRE-I VENT /'PASSING OFF." The practice of "passing off" lias been one which has very seriously per turbed manufacturers and trade mark owners throughout Australia for a considerable number of years. Not withstanding prosecution by individual manufacturers from time to time re sults from this method have not been sufficiently satisfactory, the reason, in a measure, being because the ac tion taken was not backed by the manufacturers and - trade mark pro prietors as a whole. ' It has been apparent for some time that unless collective effort was made the ever growing evil of "passing off" . would never be checked. .Some of the greatest sufferers realise the only way was by the formation o£. an associa tion, which would be fully authorised and equipped- to take such action that would have the full weight and authority of the manufacturers and trade mark owners behind it. It is therefore gratifying to know that by , registration of the Tr...

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

WEDDING BELLS WEST—WEST A very pretty wedding .was solemn ised at St- John's Church ot England Barmedman on Saturday las.1. the con tracting parties being Phyllis, daught er of Mr. and Mrs, Frod West, Glen boree, aBrmedman, and ICrnedi Stan ley (Jack) "West, son of. the late Mr.' Thomas West of " Waarbilla". Tlie Rev. P. W. Bramble officiate^ The Church was nicely- docorat'ell With old gold1 pinlc and white roses, asparagus fern and; buttercup tulle, and a wedding bell was suspended from an artistically decorated arch. The expression of good wishes throughout the decoration in the form of horse shoes was a notable feature. The, bride entered tlio church on the arm of Iier father (who subsequen tly. gave her away). She was exqui sitely gowned in a charming frock of Ivory georgette, adorned with crystal bugle and diamond beads, over an electric pleated skirt. The bride oar reld a beautiful bouquet of white asteis and pale pink carnations, relieved with . dainty ; streamers of white sa...

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