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HIS LAST REQUEST Wealthy Man's Wish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
HIS LAST REQUEST Wealthy Man's Wish It is recorded that i/l a southern district a few months ago a wealthy orchardist on being told tliat. the 'end. was near called to ti!s bedside , his wife and family. To the former he said: ."There, is one request I ask of you before I die?" The distracted wife listened irilc-nt ly and replied: "Whatever you ask dear ,it will be carriVl out.' ' "Well," said the dying man, "don't sell the blaclc-heart cherries under a shilling a quart."
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
CRUMBS C. E. 'Wallder & Co'sviist ot sales tor March appears in to-day's issue. * * • * • - Tlio next Fortnightly. Stock Market will be■>held onWed.,, 21st inst;, at 2 p.ra.i wlicn C. E. . Wallder & Co. will offer 5,000 extra ^ood -district; brett sheep, 50 prime fat cattle,. 150 goocl -store cattle. Details: appear in.to-day!s issue. Many of the lines to be offere'd will be sold on approved Pro-notes at C; months. This - is an opportuni ty buy ers should not-misvi. ; ' # * , Particulars of tlig; furniture etc., to be offered at Mrs Lyell's sale appear in to-day's issue. C. E. Wallder & Co. and J. O. McRorie the auctioneers recommend buyers to attendees every thing is for. absoluto, sale. Mrs Lyell is leaving tho district,. * * •+ . Mr. Fred Ellis has leased his farm; and is relinquishing farming .On Fn-. day next,.at. Ungarie Sale Yards, C. E. ■ Wallder, & Co and >11. C:: Dryden will sell the whole of. liis horses, plant etc., by pubic auction'...
PROVISIONAL SCHOOL In Ungarie District [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
PROVISIONAL SCHOOL In Ungarie District / • Mr. . C; F. WoQlstencrotft; ^pf/jvPine View," Ungarie, has been informed by the Hon. ■ E. A; Buttenshaw, M.L.A., ■ in response to his representations, that j the request o£ the residents for the establishment of a Provisional School ; at "Pine Grove," about seven miles north-east of Ungarie, has been grant ed by the Minister -for Education; The school will bo built as poon as funds are available. ' '■
HINKLER AT COOTA. TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
AT COOTA. TO MORROW dtHnMr: iW. H. Pinkstone, of'the Cootamundra "Herald," wired us • to-day: • "Hinkler is landing- at Coota . mundra to-morrow (Saturday) at ■ 3.15 p.m. He can only stay; half an hour." S ' Bert Hinlcler, the, air hero of. the hour, was accorded wonderful re ception in Sydney during the early part of- the 'week. Aftor. a series of recep tions and banquets, he left the Mascot Aerodrome at 11.42 911 '(Wednesday morning, amidst scenesfof "tumultuous enthusiasm, and arrived at Canberra at. 2 p.m. after a perfect flight from Sydney. Five thousand people ,at the Federal Capital accorded him another wonderful reception, and later the Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, presented hinr with a cheque for £2,000 011; be half of the Government and people of Australia. •
HINKLER'S ARRIVAL Picture at the Rio [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
HINKLER'S 'ARRIVAL Picture at the Rio The tirst official film of our nat ion! hero will be shown at the Rio Theatre to-morrows(Saturday) even ing. You will see 'hustlingj-'Hinkler land at Darwin amid the cheers- op the large gathering, and you will see hirn heing overwhelmed by the crowd: at his native town, Bundaberg. He is justly the idol of the day, and tlicr, film in question is of special interest. In addition, the main programme for to'm'orrow ■ night-, is of high calibre \ and is headed by Ken Meynard in;. ' The.Devil'c Saddle." For people' wlio relish a great western drama,' for pat rons who enjoy a picture full of thrillr-.i and exciteinont, nothing'better could' bo screened. A yelling, sliveikirig mob;, of blood-craze.d Indians on the wai-5j ■path. The girl hoping and praying for, ■safety.-?The boy riding the ,race-tot his life, not for himiself but former." But one has to see\ this picture to en-' joy it in its entirety. "Uneasy Payments", the- support ing picture for to-...
NOISY CYCLE Defendant Fined [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
NOISY CYCLE Defendant Fined Ronald Ilerridge, who did not ap pear,'wns charged at the local police court oil Wednesday,, before Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., with having ridden a. cycle at an excessive speed and creat ing an undue nolso'fo the public, ' Defendant was represented by an other person, who stated that he would'plead guilty and pay, the fine. The P.M.: You are not a solicitor, are you?; I don't mind others appear: ing lor defendants in some cases. After hearing evidence • from Ser geant Johnston, the P.M. imposed'a fine of 12/ with' S/ costs of court.