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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Local and General. There were three deaths at Wyalong this week. Mr. Hessie has completed the addi tions to his jewellry niul tobacconist's shop, and now lias a first class show; The public school broke up for the Christmas holidays, on Fiidiiy after' noon. ' It is estimated that Sydney will swallow £150,000 • in the Common wealth celebrations. What a nice help this would be to distressed pion eers. It would give twelve hundred almost ruined settlers a Christmas box of ,£125 each. A new municipality is being formed at Brewarrina. West Wyalong should take Mr Fegan's advice and do like; wise. There would be any amount of good result from such a movement. At Bulli this season an enorrpous crop of blackberries is expected. Wy along can produce "gooseberries," so the young folks say. The bush fire, which started close to the eastern side of Wyalong on Wed nesday, is travelling rapidly towards Marsden.- By the untiring efforts of many people the fire was kept from doing much damage. We he...
LOCAL INFORMATION.. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
I LOCAL INFORMATION.. Tlie Mails. ARBIVAL9. From Sydney, Oootaimmtlra, Tcmorn, Barmeil man, and" Wyiilonj*. daily, (Sundays excepted) at' 6.50 p.m., arrives at "\Vo.st V/yalonfj at fi.MO p.m. From Ungarie, Condj^olin, etc., Tue-sduy.s and Fridays ut 4 a.m Fraju Marsdenand Forbes, Snndays and Thursdays /it 8 p.m. From Valgogrin, Moudays, "Wednesdays?, iwid Fri days at 4 i>.m. From Ci\roon, oil Sundays at (» p.m. From Kildary, on "Wednesdiiy* and Saturdays at C p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
MA.1N-STREET "WLST WY ALONG. • Mrs. E. Cuzner WISHES toinlimato to hor numerous f'ietida and the public generally o£ the-Wyalong Goldfield and surrounding districts that slio is licensee of tho abovo Hotel, whioli is reuloto -with aU tlie latest impiovements that are neccssary to make a liotel comfortable, where none only but., the beat brands of spirituous and fermented liquors can ba procured. A liast-class table ■whore a sumptuous repast can bo obtained. Special attention to the travelliug public. Loose Boxes a Srccialtv—the best on tho field, , —NOTE THE ADDBESS— And give a trial to Mrs. E. CUZNEB, WHITE TANK HOTEL. MAIN STREET, WEST WY ALONG-. DOTAY^SOSIP ii/ = ¥ EUCALYPTI f-XTRAOT, 1ST PRIZE SYDHEY 1895,1896,1897,1898 and 1899. THE BEST IN THE WORLD —THE— .WY ALONG AGRICULTURAL- SHOW IS OVER. - E. HESSE'S JEWEIifcEEY SHOW IS STILL ON. YOU are all invited to call and inspect his Latest Stock, just imported direct from the manufacturers, which includes tho LATEST STYLES and FASH...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
BRIEF ITEMS. A big bush lire was racing near Mesers Lyr.ch'-a ar.d McJTidzoaii's homesteads nt the east of -Wy.dQiig on Wednesday. 0«:ing to tlie pprciueh ing danger,the.- children .attending (J;o schooliu the, neighbourhood \Y£.',(v-$pnb home. A Magisterial Inquiry -took place at Wy along on Thursday, touching the dent]] of.an infant. There was a good Attendance of dis trict peaple at the Land Court on Wednesday. The tender of Messrs Williams and Bruce, Wapga, has been accented for alterations and additions to the Wya long lock-up. Price, £875. We were mistaken in our remarks rfchut-the I;Ion. John Meagher wus not present in .the Legislative peunpil on the Monday when the-Jftail^ay Bill was before the House. We liov/ find the lion, gentleman was there, 'but there is no record to show lie was pre sent oj) the Wednesday whnn the rajl wuy Bill was finally abandoned for want of a quorum, Wo acted on private infonptiljon. received by us from Teoiora, ;?.ti^ing that (ho Hon.,, John :.Mca...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
DEPARTURES. For Bannedmnn, Tcmora, OooUmundru, and Svd uey, daily, (Sunday* excepted} ;it 7 a.m. For "[Tngaiie, on Tuesdays and.&iturdayn ut 8 p.m. Ifor Marsden and Forlies, on Weduefdnyd ;uid Saturdavs at 7 a.m. Foe Yal^ojrrin, on Tuesdays, 'J huradayH tuid Sut davs at 10 a.m. For Oarimn, oil Satnrdaw at 0 a m. For Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 Tho mails are delivered at tiio post oflicc up to 8 p.m. each day. Mails are ready tor delivery about balf-aw-hour after thoarrivnl c*i i-oacli. letter box clearod for despatch at 6 a.m each day. Fillur box at Central "SVyalon£ cleared daily at .7.00 p.m. Money Order and Govcrum&lt;-at Suvli:^ Hours—Weelc days-10 a.m. to 0 p.m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Police Court. WYALONG, DECEMBER 10th. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Police Court, WYALONG, DECEMBER 10th. (Bufore the P.M.) J. W. Vowles v. T. J. Andrew. This case was'the outcome of a wages case heiird at the Police Court on Sept. 19th when Beattie Jun. obtained a verdict against W. J. Lsggo for wages due. The Police executed a distress warrant on the house and effects of Leggo which were sold on December 1st by public auction and bought by the plaintiff iu this case (J. W. Vowles)-. Vowles was given possession of the ' place by Policy but defendant pro duced a receipt for premises dated 17th Sept. and would not give peaceable posession and in the middle of the night broke into house and put Vowles and Beattie, who was sleeping with him, outside. The police, were sent for and Andrews given in charge for assault and was -sentenced ' to three months hard labor in Wyalong gaol. The P.IVI characterised the case as one of the most scandalous that ever came before him. Mr. Evans, who appeared for defend ant, gave notice of appeal on the ground that Court...
Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Bush Fires. Two very large bush fires we:e raging in the vicinity of "Wyalong on Wednesday—supposed to liave been caused by a spark igniting the grass, and, we are informed, doing consider able damage. The sufferers were Messrs. McFad zean, Sutcliffe, and Pettitt. Mr. McFadzean had just garnered in his crop the day previous, and therefore that was not touched. Mr. Pettitt was also favored with' gpod fortune in not losing his crop, as the gale which sprung up on Wednesday night drove tho flames in another direction, other wise that gentleman would have lost everything. Fences and grass suffered the great est dannge—and it- is supposed that some of Mr. JMcPadzean's sheep were consumed in the flames, but we trust that this is not true, as the losses already sustained are quite heavy enough to bear. To give an idea of the furiousness of the fire, a returned soldier from the Trausvaal .who was in the vicinity of the outbreak, compared the scene to one on a battlefield—with the trees cras...
P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
P. and A. Society. A special Committee meeting of the above was hold at Hartlgan's hotel on Tuesday evening last to disscuss the financial position of the society. The following gentlemen were present:-— Messrs. Wilson (chair), Crowe, Thom. Gelling, Souden, Crowley, Punton, Johns., By ni c, Wei by, Iielyar, and Isaccs (secretary). •The minutes of the previous meeting were read and continued. A letter was received from Mr. II. A. Collirt tendering his resignation as Vice-President of the society. The Chairman expressed regret at the step taken by Mr. Collie, as he was always ready and willing to "put his shoulder to the wheel" when there was work to be done. On the motion of Mr. Johns, secon ded by Mr. Punton, it was decided to write to Mr. Collie, asking him to reconsider the matter. The Secretary informed the meeting that the Society was not in so flourish ing a position as he fiad represented it to be at the previous meeting—an oversight having occurred, and several items were oin...
Wyalong Rifles [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Wyalong Rifles Mr. Gelling is in receipt of the fol lowing letter from Q.M. Sergeant Draper:—Sir,—With reference to your letter asking for passes for reservists, please note that passes will be issued for efficient reservists who are prepared to go into camp from December 31st to January 4th. They will be supplied with tent accommodation and rations, the same as the volunteers, and will have to attend dril l daring the period. Should they be going to shoot through the match they can remain on the ground and still have accommodation and rations found them. Be good enough to wire number of men who in lntend being present in accordance with the above. Shortly after the tr.iin dun at Sey mour (Vic.) at S p.m. had left Bcnalla on Saturnay evening, a passenger, Mr. J. Carnedy, vas; walking along the corridor, when he noticed a lady,: Mrs. Rentes, waving her hands frantically and crying, " My child has fallen." He signalled to the guard to stop the train, and the engine was sent back. Afte...
Appeal Court. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12. (Before the P.M.) JUNCTION MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Appeal Court. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12. (Before the P.M.) JITN'CTIOX MINE. Mr. Evans appeared for the appel lants, and MivPcrbes represented-the Municipal Council. Mr. Evans submitted the following objections in writing to the Bench : — " That the Junction Gold Mining Company nppodl agamsto.n allowed assessment by tho Municipal Dis tiictof Wyalong- of tlicir proportion within the said Municipality; but (subject to the following- objection « to tho juvisdfotioji of the Court of Petty Sessions or Justices to adjudicate on tho said alloyed assessment; and the paid appellants charge that tho »aid muniui pality made no lawful assessment, and that the con ditions precedent to making a lawful assessment worj not fulfilled and performed in accord tncc with tho Municipalities Act, and particularly— •• X—That no valuation has been made of all rafable property within the .said Muni- • eipal District. «»2—That no valuation been made of th^ appellants' said property. " 3—That no e^timato lias been mad...
THE Wyalong' Advocate, SATURDAY, DEC. 15, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
• WvaloDff Advocate, */ &lt;_j SATURDAY, DEO. 15, 1900. Our lean and hungry acquaintance, the fiscal issue, revisits us after a well 'deserved absence oE two years and up '• wards. The unhappy issue fell out of sight ill favor of a Federal issue, and now by the irony of fate, Federation casts up before the tired eye that same old issue—this time with common wealth -magnitude'and malignity. The poor public thought it was dead, and *;discover, at this Federal festive hour, '•that-it was 'only sleoping and is' risen, '"like the lion, refreshed and irretuova ~lble. The monster of disturbances was " revived' by'Mr. Held, a few weeks ago, ^when lie raised'Cain among the pro "'•tpctionist' dove-cob? of Melbourne 'Quite recently, ho blew a fiscal blast at a demonstration in Ih'b honor at the Sydney Town Hall, and last Monday, in (liis samn building he unlocked the flood gates of Fis;al,isni with the en couragement and assistance of . such 'trusty freetraders as Mr.W. McMillan, Mr. J...
The Federal Cabinet, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
The Federal Cabinet, TIju'Melbourne "Argus" in a lend ing article, says : —Our announcement tli'ifc Mr. Barton will bo the, first Prime Minisl ,er of (he Commonwealth, and that liis Cabinet will certainly include Mr. Dnakin and Mr. Wise, and pro bably Sir George Turner, Sir John Forrest, Mr. Kingston, and Mr. Dick son, naturally excited considerable public interest. There is the usual prompt contradiction or disavowal, but wo venture to say that it will not be followed by a general disbelief of our statement. Obviously Mr. Barton and Mr. Deakin, and the gentlemen with whom they are communicating, are pledged to make no public statement as to their action or their position, and any appeal to them is useless. For alt that, our authority is conclusive, and we are quite content to wait for con firmation of the truth of what we have published. Any provisional arrange ment or understanding of this kind is necessarily open to slight change until January I has arrived ; but we think it unli...
Personal & Political [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Ii is generally understood tint the preset. t Parliament .vill not meet again for the dispatch of itself, or of business- The Federal Parliament will meet, in May, and should Sir William Lyne reach the Houses of Representatives he will naturally, wish to take part in the initial proceedings. In a few months later on he will recommend the dissolution of the State Assembly, anil test whether lie h:is a majority of the people at his back. If th" verdict be favorable he will retire fiorn the Federal Parlia ment/ and continue to lead ilia Govern ment. Should tli" opposition predom inate, Sir William will stick ■ to the Fc d era 1 Parliament. One ratepayer, one vote, one lodger one. vote—under the new constitution of the, City Council—proved disastrous to the famous municipal family of Harris. The Mayor, Sir Matthew, was badly beaten for a wjird he nearly owns, and brother John was easily vanquished for a district he had repre sented under pluial voting for upwards of a generation. Perhap...
Magisterial Inquiry. WYALONG, Thursday, Dec. 13. (Before G. Stevenson, Esq., P.M., and a jury of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Magisterial Inquiry. WYALONG, Thursday, Dec. 13. (Before G. Stevenson, Esq., P.M., nnd a jury of twelve.) . Concerning the death of an infant 16. days old. O. A. "Willis, Government Medical Officer, deposed : Made a post mortem examination of body this morning. Found body fully nourished, but bowels were in an impoverished condi tion, which caused mo to conclude child had been poorly nourished. The cause of death in my opiwoioti being insufficient nourishment. The mother brought the child to me on Tuesday afternoon and said they had only just arrived from Condobolin. The child was illegitimate, and she had been feeding it on nlniost pure cows vnillc. She described condition of child,and I gave her medicine. On Wednesday Mrs. Ford and another woman came tome and said the child had died at a quarter to one that day, and asked me for a certificate, which I declined to give. I should think the child had been born in a healthy state. Appear ance of child's mouth indicated thrush, propabl...
Something for Nothimg [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Something for Kothimg Every visitor to Sydney, between now and the 5tb January next, will have a chance of bearing away one of Singers highest grade Family Sewing Machines costing £13. This will be a windfall for some lucky visitor. A glass uvn, holding about two quarts, now standing in the hall of fclie'Oycloya'niii, has been partly filled with pigeon peas, and the jar sealed with two seperate seals by two well known city men 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 Oyclorama Coy. to each visitor. The nearest guess to the correct number gets the Sewing Machine. There are also several other prizes of less value for the next nearest. A consignment of handsome, highly finished, and cheap SULKIES just arrive! and on view at Collie's Auction Mart. Go toSoudcn's for anything in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 15 December 1900
Xmasfe New Year Cards, 1900-1. "FUST OPEJTED, a .splendid assortment rij! of New and Artistic XMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS, per Mail Steamer, SINGLE CARDS from Id to l'is-Gd each Packets of Cards, Hoantiful Designs-and well-assorted from 3d to 2s (id per packet of 12 to 100 curds. Postago 2d extra. Without doubt my stock of Cards this year is ono of the Finest in the Southern Districts. Don't fail to inspect them. 33. OASPBRSONF, MAIN ST., WEST Wl'ALONG. For Private Sale. 1 Ladies' Second hand BICYCLE 0 Gents' do do 1 Gent's Now Bicycle Largo quantity of Fittings, Pumps, Lamps, etc., MUST BE SOLD TO CLEAR the Agency. I Second hand SULKY and Harness, good order, £10. 3 Light HA1VNESS HORSES CYANIDE PLANT, weekly capacity 4-0 tons, .£35 3 Stamp Prospecting BATTERY, weekly capacity up to 20 tons £2i> Two roomed w.b and iron HOUSE, new, £12. 1 SPRING VAN and HARNESS. 2 COTTAGES, with land puled in, at West Wyalon^. 2,000 acres high-grado AGRICUL TURAL LAND—si'iuiroly fenced in and sub-div...