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Paling's Annual. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
Paling's Annual, We are in. receipt of the Christmas Annual published by Messrs, W. H. Puling and Co., tho well known music publishers of Sydney. The present number is about one of Messrs. Paling's best productions—both in design and musical content', esfecinlly the title page, which is a most artistic piece of work, designed to meat the times. Tho Annual contains the following liigh class picc:;s : — ' The Royal Duchess,' 1 The Sea is England's Glory,' ' Such is Life,' and ' A Soldier ancl a Man Comic Songs, ' Fancy Meeting You,' Johnie Coleman's creation ; ' I've got the Key,' ' Give him the Moon to play with,' a charming waltz song by tht; celebrated composer, Harry P.ici'e ; ' Heart to Heart,' ' For the Old Land's Sake,' a patriotic song, sung with tre mendous success by Sir. Ilenry Woir,; Plantation songs, ' I'se going back to Dixio,' and ' Ma Honey Sweetheart' 'Advance Australia Fair,' march which will be played by the massed bands at the Commonwealth processions, and several ...
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1900. Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY,-DEC. 12, 1900. /sr.. 'She1 result* of Che City Council Local ".Optioq'-Vote has resulted in r>*c.r'.j a two otof one majority, against fresh hotols oi transfers of existing licenses. There was a crowded audience at the Town Hall last night to hear Mr Reid deliver a freefcrade speech, advocating oxgalldjing the revenue and producing a ^al¥cy,?of the^Oornmonwentth such as axi^j-no'vf.-in'Kew 'South Vfales. £The French citizdrfs will co-operate iri'the. decoration of Pitt-street. ,The Old Hundredth is to be sung by a choir of ono thousand voices. .The steamer SophArcs with more in valided soldiers on board'is expeeted to arrive to-day. Bidding for sheep and lambs at Homebush sales, was very brisk yes terday. The mining share market is dull. J^SAV. Intercolonial cricket team leave"8( ior Adelaide by to-night's ex pres'gj,v IVhhklinPe'sr^ori'* has been ap pointed to the chair of musicrab' Mel bourne University. LONDCN, Monday. ^ICruger is terribly deje...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
Clarets.-.. 15s,!20s, 25s Hocks. ..... .... 15s, 20s,25s Ports 25s, c Os, 35s Sherries • • — - • • • 3C'.s, 35s Muscat or Fontignac 25s Tokay — 25s i \ i i ;■ Bulk Wines from 8s por Gallon. Single Bottles Is 3d to 3s. GRAND CHAMPION; PRIZE WINES. ■SFEEB/'Sir mm - g_ ^ No better on the Market.- Obtainable from Gal dwell &lt;& Co^ Proprietors Lake Albert and Mnrrumbidgee Wines, WACM WA«©A. THE^b Is published at West "Wyalong on, And MORNINGS has a very larga circulation throughouWha Town and sur« • rounding. Tistricts. It is lead by everybody, and ia The. ■ Best Medium for Advertising; THE ADVOCATE HAS COME TO STAY,„ and will endeavor to give ventilation to all matters concerning the people of the district. RATE © F SUB SCR I FT 10 N: Per Quarter in Advance 4& Per Quarter Booked—— •• 5s ADVERTISING RATES Casual Advts, single column, 3s first inch, Is 6fl every addi tional inch, reduction for more than, three insertions. Special Low Rates for Standing Advts; • (...
Police Court. Saturday, December 8. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. A. A. Smith, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
Police Court. Saturday, December 8. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. A. A. Smith, J.P. Police v. Michael Hoolin, licensee of tha Shamrock Hotel, Wyulong, for selling Jiquor on his licensed premises about 12 o'c'ock on tliO Bight o£ No vember 20 tli. Mr, G, r£ i'oi'Les appeared for the defendant and pleaded not guilty. Mr. Forbes submitted the informa tion must be dismissed as the summons charged the licensee with selling, and he did not do so. A general authority must be shown to go into the bar at any time. John Hoolin was only a gueSt and t'iO barman'would not servo them. " John I-Ioolin served them as he thought it the best means of getting rid of fchem, . The Bench were satisfied John Hoo lin was acting as an agent, Sergeant Peterswald stated thtfliotel was very quiet and well conducted, .and he regretted" having to lay the in formation "before the court. A fine of "5s with 4s lOd costs was inflicted. The P.M. said he would have it re .corded that this should not in any way ...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
BRIEF ITEMS. The Boers have cut the telegraph wires close to Gnihainstown. The military have discovered 5000 stand of anus on the estate of a pro Brer in tho Constantia district of Capo Colony. The Cabinet met at Cape Colony on Sunday and again on Monday. This is the first time for 25 years that the 'Cabinet has met on a, Sunday. The unit-British agitation in some distiicts of Cape Colony is growing more virulent. While the Brcelong blrtcks were .at large several lonely bush schools: wove closcd, some for over a month. . The narrow escapes from death through snakebite which almost weekly occur, incontesiibly prove - that every bnsb sehoolhonsn should contain the strychnines appliance or other approved remedy, and every .teache'- 'mow how to use it; Men over 40 are prnc :.'eully proof against enteric fever. Oniy ono man over that age fell a victim in the Sou dan campaign. ; A remarkable feature this season is that the wheat crops on the rich river flats of the colony have failed in m...
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 12 December 1900
Progress Committee. • A meeting of tho West Wyalong Progress Committee was held ;it. ColJins'"Bnipirfi Hotel u:i Friday night l/ist Pi-flaent:—Messrs. Wot by(chair;, •Thorn, 60'uden, Gelling, Groen, Duncan Goggin, Helyar, and Emmett (Secre tary). Tiie minutes cf the previous meriting wore read and confirmed. The outward correspondence was read and adopted. A good deal of inward correspondence was also read and adopted, and comprised— From JMr, John Roberts, Halfway House, asking the Committee's co operation in securing a grant of £500 to repair damaged roads between Half-way ffouse and Barmedman. From Public Works Department, with reference to the appointment of an officer to look after She roncls in tho Wyalong district, stating that the Minister could wot see iiis way clear to grant tho request, nor does lie think it necessary to appoint an assistant or deputy superintendent at Wyalong. From the Department: of. Lands, in reply to a telegram' from the Progress Oommitiee urging the ...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Markets. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin's wceklv grain report Generally speaking, the markets have been quiet. Ample supplies have eome forward for present requirement, and, on the whole, little, if any, alteration has taken plucK as far as quo tations arc concerned. Wheat : There is nothing fresh to report with regard to the position of the market, pi-ices remaining unaltered at late ra'xs. Supplies are comming forward more freely, and the bulk is being disposed of ox trucks on arrival. The demand is now anything but brisk, and only the primest samples are selling at 2s Gd per bushel, whieh represents top value at the moment. We have had several inquiries for prime old grain at current rates. Maixe : Since last reporting, moder ate supplies have come forward, whichi however, have been equal to require ments, so that prices remain much about the same. Weevily lots are dull of sale, and lower prices have to bo accepted. O.its : The market remains quieti showing 110 iinprovomenfc on rece...
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Passing Notes. £By " Coo 1:1; " Preparations for the sightseers' on the first of January are now in full swing. The best position available to tho general public is tb.it olforod by the Sydney Hospital authorities whose grand stand on the lawn facing tho building ""ill iill'oid occupants im abso lutely perfect view of the details of the proci ssion. ooo All these seats will have backs, and, as tho proceeds from the sales of seats at a guinea a piece a will be devoted to the hospital funds, country residents cannot do better than to forward their guineas (o Messrs. Nicholson and Co., Music Warehouse, George 'Street. Tickets of admission will bo forwarded to applicants in tho country districts by return of po^fc. ooo The Government Official Programme of the Commonwealth Celebrations will not lie issued till after Xmas. ooo If ihc vaulting ambitions of Sydney restaurant keepers o'erieap themselves and a prohibition tariO resul's, the hotel counter-iunch will satisfy many visitors. ooo ...
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Here and There, . The quest for the late King of i\s!i anti'a golden -stool continues. It is .said to be very massive, with two beavy golden .chains-and solid balls the size of oranges. The stool was lust seen in the house of a chief, but has Bince disappeared. The whole of a tribe of natives in . the Admiralty Island was annihilated ..•after a light with another tribe. The Victors celebrated their triumph by holding a cannibal feast, at which the bodies of one hundred of the victims were roasted and eaten. Etfcn the Pope is iiot protected from fturg'ars Bearer-bonds and share cer tificates to the value of £14,000 have fce'&lt;5n stolen from the Pope s private ■Safes at the Vatican. The theft, it is supposed, was committed bv workmen in the Vatican employ. . In the course of an Australian tour in 1898, Mine. Alva volunteered to Bing seven songs one night at Bendigo to. some nuns before their going into ■ '.retroafci' A wealthy Australian, who recently died, has left her ,£35...
In the West. [Applicable to Wyalong] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
In the West. [Applicable te Wyaiong:,] Touch mo not ' y pelt &lt; r word Or rub my bristles tip tin* other way— To dispute my notion* ii absurd— Ic tho liowl of hiasP' d peuplo every day In tho West. You can bhite th* other nasty chap For during to have his say, But keep the heo from 'noatli my cap* Is the owl of bullies every day— In tho West. " Ill liSivo your soalp, you inky imp, For that par you wrote the other day— I'll make your editorial pinions limp," Greets tho printer up our way— . . In tho West. Ia there a man beneath a hide, In youth or hoary winter Whose faults aro half so magnified As tho faithful country printer— In the Wost ? —Job b.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
—GRAND— Complimentary BENEFIT ■npENDERED to WALLY BRAZIER, by 8 the Members of the West Wyalong Our Boys' Football Club, assisted by Our Boys' Minstrel and Variety Co., the West Wyalong Town Band,' the Cricket Club, and other Clubs of which h'e is a promiuont member, will take place iu the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, on .WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1900 which will be a YARIETI ENTERTAINMENT, .followed by &lt; AN-ALL-NIGHT SOCIAL. •J. LEONARD") Joint J. LYNCH .J Hon. Sees. Watch for Monster Programme. If You Want To sci'tiri' oiw nf Dr. Ta!mni;&lt;;'&lt;; Uinsti'i'-iiU'ces G. Jr. Calloway advises jou to &lt;;tt tlio ' Pathway of Life," Aud if you wish to have it to road daring your holidays—which yon would novel- regret Uoing Order at Once Qovernjsient Notice. Department of Minos and Agriculture, Stock and Brands, Sydney, 29th November, 1900. DISEASES IN s'hKEF ACTS, I860, 1378, and 1S82, a*d THE PASTURES and STOCK PROTECTION ACT, 1S98. finHE -Attention of Owners,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
MTDDIOALj. BR, 0A8PERS0M, M-D,, D.. D.S., (itOTJSTJU.'.y.J) BYT3IU K'.'.W SOUTH WAIiSS 3U3OTC.U, BOARD). /J-AT bo Ooiisnllofl at; ALL HOURS at the Wyalong Dispensary and Phar macy, M' icy, Main-street, West Wyalong. D' ill. JL UJCbXl J.J 1-R-C-Sv L-S-A.) Latk Surgkon* to Yass IIo.spitat, and Gaol, and GovKnNMn:-rT Medicai, OFFICER FOU YASS DISTRICT, "S,TAY bo Ooiisnlfoci at .-ill hours &lt;afc Iiid' JX Kcsidenco, Mai a Jifcreet, AYyalonp; West, or duvinir meat liours will bo found nfc HARTIGAU'S Imperial Hotol. ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR, (Next Mining Registrar'a Office), WEST WYALONG, gj/T Cnminis'sumcr for Affida/ifa for Now South Wfllos, Victoria, Soviili Australia and Tasmania. all my Goods through-GELLING AND SONd. - Addess YictOrinn Goods, O/o Ceiling anrl Sons, Albury. SYDNEY GOODS XQT GELLIXG'S TRUCKS. SYDNEY AGISXT : — E. CRIDLAND, 1? HAMILTON-STREET. TELEPHONE 2713. Till! WELL ■ K KOWK SyeciaSlst.&lt;S: Cii«9ian Oculists • IS LOCATED AT Mr. J. Sharp's...
Something for Nothimg [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Something for Nothimg Every visitor to Sydney, between .now mid. the..5th January next, will liave a chance of bearing away one of Singers highest grade Family Sewing Machines costing &lt;£13. This wi)J be a windfall for some lucky visitor. A gluss urn, holding about - two quarts, now standing in the hall of the Oj'clonuiKi, has been partly filled with pigeon peas, and the jar sealed with two separate seals by two well known city wen who guarantee that absolutely no one knows the count, nor will, till after the 5th January next, when the competition closes. All guesses by visitors as to the number of peas in the urn, are marked on a specially printed slip of paper, supplied by the Cyctouuma Coy. to each visitor. The nearest guess to the correct number gets the Sewing Machine. There are also several other i prizes of less value for the next nearest. Goto Souden's for Paint?, Oils, and all kinds of Hardware. The rainfall at Broken Hill for the past eleven months has only total...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Divine Services. ■OliUtcli rtf England. All Saints', W.ynlong. Pi-comber 2, U mm. Holy Communion, lttiv. Q W I.'Ktten. 7.8;) p,m, Mr .Tchn Ohnnnon Dec 9, 7.HO p,m, Tor (J W Hat ten. Deo 16, 7.30 p.m. I.'ov 'I W Rat ion. t)t*c 23, 11 ii.iii, HtsY G W Ration, 7 ">0 p.m. JJr. Jolvn Channun Dec 23, (Christmas Day), S n.in. Holy •Communion, 11 a.m, Holy Communion, Hev G W Ratten. -Dec 30, 7.30 p.m, liov G- W Ilnttcn.
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
| "W^ar News. A number of Boers surprised two unarmed'Highlanders who'were woodcutting in tlio Rustenborg district. 'After they had. surrendered their axes the Highlanders were murdered. The silence respecting Commandant De Wet is owing to the absence of correspondents. 'Lord lioberts's speeches are optimis tic regarding the termination of the xanipaign. The return of the refugees ■to the Rand,.he says, is only prevented tfyffear of famine. ' A 'memorandum by Lord .Roberts shows that the punative measures now being tskeh are of a deterrent charac ter, and that farms are only burnt after strict inquiry. The " Times " correspondent states that the position of the Netherlands Government with regard to the South African Republics remains unmodified, and that there is no further reason for President Kruger's presence at the Hague. . Other advices declare that Holland has firmly declined to propose arbitra tion. 'Iti. the German Reichstag yesterday, 'CJounfc vori Burlow, the Imperial 'Cha...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
St. Barnabas' West" Wyalong. Dec!), 7.30p.m. Mr. Rannistur Doc 10, II a.m, Holy Communion, Rev G W Ratteii, 7.30 p.m, Mr. Bannister Deo 21, 7-.'i0 p.rrt, Rev G W Ratten Dec 25. (Christmas Day), 7.30 p.m, Holy Communion, Rev G W Ratten Dec .')0, 11 irin, Rev GW Ratten,7.3 0 p.m, Mr Bannister Doc 9, Marsden, II a.m, Rev G "W Rat • ten Dou 23, Hiawatha. 3 p.in, Rev G W Rat ten G. W. Rat ton, Incumbent.
CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. NELSON'S RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
London, Thursday. ;KELSON'S RELICS. '•Some of the stolen Nelson relics have been . discovered at Leicester, , Engl arid. ; THE. CHINESE TROUBLE. ■Foreign Ministers refuse to accept Li Hung' Chang's credentials as un signed by the Emperor of China, hence the further delay in negotiations. ICRUGER'S FAILURE. The_ Russian Government has re- ' requested .Kruger ,to abstain from, visiting-St. Petersburg. ■ TRANSVAAL ASSETS. England is sending Sir David Bar-' bour, a .distinguished authority on; national .finance,to report on the assets of fche'Transvaal Government. •KRUGER AND GERMANY. The German Chancillor -says that Kruger was warned while in Paris Hot to visit the Kaiser. • A* GALLANT DOCTOR ' Sir'Claude McDonald's despatches. If torn Pekin show that Dr. .Morrison ^volunteered" for 'every' position :-of jkdanser during the siege of the foreign allegations at Pekin, and was a pillar feof strength throughout the whole W affair. _ • I AMERICA AND ENGLAND. President McKinley has invited f...
Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. HIGH PRICED SEATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Sydney, Friday. HIGH PRICED SEATS. Six hui.dred seat3 in Martin Place , stand were sold by auction j'esterday, .•wicl realised from £1 to £1 9s each. BUSH HUES, Disastrous bush'fires are racing in' various country districts. BURNED TO DEATH. A kitclienman was burnt to death at Freeman's Hotel, Lisrnore. Ho went to bed drunk and left a candle burning. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. The Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion held an Executive Meeting at Cootamundra yesterday. The society has over 70 branches' in the colony. ,It was resolved to prepare a fighting , platform for the Federal elections, omitting the fiscal issue. MINING STRIKE, The striko of miners at Chiltern is off, and work was resumsd to-day. . ■ COMMONWEALTH CELEBRA TIONS. . No State Governors arc likely to attend the Commonwealth celebra tions. THE CONNINGHAM CASE. The Judge's summing! up in the Conningham divorce case is concluded, and the jury retired at ll.3Q.a,m. Thereisa tremendous crowd outside £he"Court awaiting the resu...