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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
PERSONAL :>!r George ..Cottlo, -of West. AVya-. U.ng. is .soriously ill- In Ilia District! Hospital. ' 1 * Miss 'Thclnia' '• Shaw, . o£ Wyalong, ,vas 'recently.'' operated hipon for • ap pendicitis in.rMavville Private Ilospit nl?lincP-'is'-ifibw' progressing'favofatify.-l j . tour, i * # h ,ji1 ,v : Mr/" J. Robiliard,,.while working'.fit: the local: flour mill on -Tuesday, had three of his fingers bady, crushed. Ho. was treated . by Dr. Fi3her. # *[ * "Mr. D. Connellan, of West Wyalong, and his sister Agnes, were recently opomted upon for appendicitis in tiie District-'Hospital. So also was Mr; John Rmld, of Waiiiboyne. All are do ing well. -* «• * ■ The Rev. Baird has been appointed •to the Ungarie-Lake v CargolHgo i Charge;■ inr succession to the Rev. C. T.v Goy..-Mr. Baird;. will conduct ser vices' at Crown'-Camp, Ungarie and Girral on Sunday next. Ho comes ■from the Dudley. Charge (Newcastle district). .. . .•.. ■„ . # : "/t • *3^ Mr. Albert Howard, of Wop' Wya long, is at'i...
LIMBLESS SOLDIERS Meeting To-night [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
LIMBLESS SOLDIERS Meeting To-night r A meeting of: the committee-to fin alise matters in connection with the recent street, carnival will be held at the Memorial Hall to-night (Friday) at 8 o'pock. Mrs. W. 8. Butler desire sto'acknow ledge the following douations__to- her stall: J. Howard, £1/1; Hev. Palmer,: 10s. G.'-Shipton 10s. Lea Butler 5s: V. T. Lanipe, sheep; H. Leadbitteiv.c.'ir pump; E.-Rootes, turkey, melon, llow-. ors and cake; John Meagher & Co..' ; ham; G.. Butler, tongue; A. Emmott, cigars; E. M. Fraser, jellioB and cream r J. W. Robinson, fruit and vegetables; A. B. Grellinan; fruit and cake; Mra Aberline,": stationery;: A. Ogilvlu, pickles- and snuce; IT. Souden, glass ware; Mrs W. C. Johnston serviettes; Mrs G. L. Smith, fruit; J. M. Thomas, preserve^; Mullos Bros., chocolates;' George Butler, cordials; Mrs, U B. Evens, three boxes flowers, Mrs AV. G. Butlor, .olives, chutney, preserves,
SCHOOLBOYS' TOUR OF TASMANIA Party of 100 [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
SCHOOLBOYS' TOUR OF TASMANIA Party of 100 . The Secretary of the Young Aus tralia League, Mr. W. E. Stannard, re-' ports that considerable interest Is be ing displayed in-Tasmania in connec tion- 'witli the forthcoming tour of the New.South Wales Schoolboys through the Island State. In a recent letter to 4ho League the Town Clerk of Launceston stated that His Worship the Mayor will be pleas ed to assist in making the visit of tho boys a most enjoyable one, and this attitude is typical of many o'thers. There are still a few vacancies for country boys in the party, and parents desirous of having their boysr includ ed jsliould apply immediately to the jLeague at Hudson..House,. 15 BligU Street, Sydney. ■ i The total: cost of tile tour is £13/10/ which includes first class boat fares, .accomadation travelling and: laundry.
TRAM FARES Country Children in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
TRAM FARES Country Children in Sydney Mr. J. Frank, Hon. Secretary of the West Wyalong Chamber of Com merce, has received the following re ply frpm the Hon. E. A. Buttensliaw, Minister for Works and Xlailways, in regard to representations made at the last meeting of the Chamber:— "I have your letter of the 7th March, expressing the views of your Chamber that during School holidays tramway fare concessions should be extended to children up to the age of 1G years. I am taking the matter up with the Commissioners, with a view to consideration of the suggestion.— Yours faithfully, E. A. BUTTEN SIIAW, Minister for Works and Rail ways.: Iiet any man examine his thoughts, and ho will find tliom ever occupied with the past or the future. Wo scar cely think at ail of the present; or if wo do, it is only to borrow the light which it'gives for regulating the fut ure. The "present is never our object; the past and the present wo use as means; the future only is our end. Thus, we never live, we ...
(Published by arrangement) EMPTY THE GAOLS FARCE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
(Published by arrangement) - EMPTY THE GAOLS FARCE Under the headline, "Some : more Prohibition," the "World" New York, quotes the General Secretary, of -the Lord's Day Alliance, America,.as say ing, "Do you know- that our . prisons now contain more criminals than at any, time in our nations history?" "If we are not mistaken," comments the "World", 'it was just about ten years ago, at the beginning of tills same decade, that: the advocates of a Federal dry law predicted that Pro hibition, would enipty : the : gaols, not fill tliem. Empty the gaols, in fact was one of Prohibition's most elo quent and most pursuasive slogans. "It does not occur to the Lord's Day Alliance, however thatseven&lt; years of Prohibition, seven years of increas-., ing disrespect for law, seven.years o! making drinking imore attractive by attempting to prohibit it, and seven years of .manifest corruption in Gov ernment of rices in. charge of-Prohib ition work have anything to do with .the fact that ou...
LICENSING COURT Proposed Hotel Exchange [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
LICENSING COURT ; Proposed Hotel Ex change .s At the local Licensing .Court on! •) Wednesday, before Mr. E. Harrison 4 (chairman) Sara Cellna &lt; Hannon ap- 5 plied for the exchange of the Banned- i man Hotel from F. J. Fitzgerald to ap plicant. " Mr. Evans (G. P. Evans and Eng lert) appeared for both, parties. i;i * ... Mrs. Hannon deposed that' she is a; widow; at present residing-at'Harden/ and until recently a resident of South Australia. Slie had 20 years experience of hotel life, and the present was the first application for a hotel license she had made in this State. She had a son, 25 years of age, and daughter 23 years of age, who would assist .in the conduct of the hotel. , The chairman deferred his decision pending the arrival of necessary pa pers from South Australia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
State Wide Appeal FOR LIMBLESS SOLDIERS We the undersigned holders 01 the Victoria Cross being members of the Limbless* ioldiers Aquatic Club and Provident Fund Appeal Committee make this State wide appeal for our less fortun atematss. His Royal Highness the Duke of York has granted his distinguished patronage and the object of the appeal is to raise the sum of £51J,C00 for the purpose of provid ing private Swimming Baths and Club House on Sydney Harbour, and a Provident Fund for the Limbless' Soldiers in their years to come. fen thousand pounds are already in hand, and out of this money the sum of £6,500 has already been paid for the site on the harbour. The financial side of the appeal is in the hands of well-known City business men, which is sufficient guarantee that all the important matters in connection with finance are very carefully guarded. Everybody in New South Wales in sympathy with this splendid appeal is invited to assist with card parties, dances, and other entertainm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
1ADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER Mattland Street (neap Fire Station) WEST WYALONG NEW BAKERY At Tallin] M I WISH to notify the public of Tal taiba and district'that I have opened & NEW AN DUP-TO-DA.TE DAjf.ERY 11 Talllmba as from Decembwv3. ' fly 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 County Orders are Strictly Attended to i I Deliver Bread in both towns and de liver to all trains and all coaches. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes Civility and Good Service \ __ FRASER BROS. " (E. D. & C .E. A.) 18 PS!£E3l'E-EB18 POACH, BffiL e»*fS¥ TSb only rcnlty pcrfcct Era. >« "ijvo." ■ Simple 10 ir-.c (iT/v!LURc. IM ro.'SSiriLIM, while "OVO". eves result* ' 0:>tr«h*»>^ by otiior. :«nei.nn. • OVO" STANDS ALOfft. Evnry, Slorc 1.: . per In 'th4:'3t&lt;i>« i.iu 0 it:un/r.ujipIieK for., ...
ENLARGING CULVERTS On Ungarie-Naradhan Line [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
ENLARGING CUL VERTS On Ungarie-Naradhan - v ?iLine . Mr. V. L. Connellan, President j off tlio Caroon Branch the-Farmers;; and &lt;• Settlers' Association, lias receivf; ed tlie following lctter .from ths.'Hon. E. A. Buttenshaw^HI. L.f'X. Minister for Works and Railways • : Dear Sir,—I have to : acknowledge receipt of your letter of- tho Stlv inst,, by you from, the Caroon Branch of tho'Farmers' and Settlers' Association (Mr; V. L. Connellan, Monument Flal, via Ungarle, President), in which it is urged that: the culverts, etc., In course of construction on the Ungarle Naradhan railway lino be enlarged. The matter will receive consideration, and a "further reply will , bo sent you in due course - -Yours faithfully,-' • w. j. morris : Secretary.,,
SOCIAL GATHERING AT EURATHA [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
SOCIAL ■ GATHERING gf-AT ETJRATHA (From our Weetlialle Correspondent) On Thursday last a good crowd at tended a social evening, held at Mr. Mark's residence, tendered to Mr. and Mrs Sidobottom who . are- leaving tho district. It was a very jolly affair and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themsel ves. During the evening, Mr .W. Ellis took the chair & expressed his regret at Mr. ■ and "Mrs ' Sidebottom leaving the, district, and'wished them happin ess wherever they went, at tho same time presenting them with two suit able presents.1 ■ Speeches were also made by-Messrs Marks; Dickenson, L Marks Boyd andi several others. Mr Sideb'ottom .replied and lliankeiV them all vfor' their - kindness, and ' lie? hoped that' 'some day -lie- would have the pleasure of.seeing them all again. Music:was"srupplied by Mrs McCrae and others niid at the : close of the evening the company sans- Auld Lang Syne: "and;'"Tliey ;are jolly, good teJ Iows"""1' '■'iJi'i-"'!.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
-V- V. .'■. Mavville Private Hospital WYALONG flool Airy. Rooms and Large' Verandahs Is now under the • personal super , - ' > vlsloii of Mrs. Channon Cert: Royal Hospital for Women, and Coast Hospital. Members • London Royal San. Institute. ; ■ Every comfort: while waiting. ' Phone 76 To the Stockowner I wish to advise that I have beon appointed sole distributor for this dls i-ict for Paton's Products, Ltd.. whose Products Include— . . T.A.B. Sheep Lick Robert Paton's Myall Fly Oressfng Paton's Dip. . T.A.B., as the slogan implies, "Trie Absolute Best," Is the result ol years of practical experimenting by the lead ing sheep men of Australia. Also forwarding agent tor the Vacuum Oil Company, Gibbs Bright, and Co. Fertilisers, etc. ,etc. TOM SHAW BOX 7, TULLIBIGEAL ( CASH BUYERS Hides, Skins, Tallow, Wool HART'? IS THF PLACE Phone 17. WEETHALLE. Ring lis .and wo will call. R. J. P'FE I-and, Stock, Insurance, and General Commission Agent UNGARIE tJash Wheat Buyer. Get my price ^fte...
WOOL VALUES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
WOOL VALUES FIRM "Wincliomibe Carson Ltd., wired- us as follows to-day':- Demand^was keen 'and general at our Sydney wool auc tion yesterday. Prance, Yorkshire, Ger many, • Japan',1 Belgium, Italy, Russia, and America were all bidding. Values were . firmly ' maintained on recenti levels. ; "We obtained:1 James P. Morrison, •Royalla, 29Jd. - Aubrey Cummins, Craigie, 29-1(1. D.Mallis, Bundarra, 29d. Patrick Sullivan; Doepwator, 2Sid. T. -He'aley, Turordale, 2S}d. M. J. Pardell, Armidale,'28Jd.. Mrs E. Morrison, Roy alla, 2Sd. Ralpli Cottam, Tumbarumba ,27.3d. \V\ J; Adams, Mudgee, 273d. H. and M. L. Farrell, Bowral, 273d.
DEFENDANT FIGHTS CASE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
DEFENDANT FIGHTS CASE ■ , . Walter Keon, who was: similarly charged, pleaded not guilty. He was defended by Mr. Evans (G. P.-Evans and Englert). ' . . ■ .' • \. Sergeant Johnston deposed:: Owing to certain complaints received, Con-, stables Collier, "Sliarkey; Sullivan, Marshall and myself went to the mallee between Yalgogrin and Tall imba roads, which is a public place. I heard voices and gave .'.'instructions' to the constables to\ circle round. When within 20 yards: of the voieo3 I heard some one call out "Look-out-, up they go." (Mr. Evans objected).. I saw a hand and two pennies go up in the air. Defendant,. with others, then ran into llie bush. Constable Marshall, of Wyalong, de posed that he saw defendant in the Mallee on the day referred to. The men were sitting in a ring. He circled round and when the men saw ' him they ran off. The P. M. Was defendant * sitting- : in the ring?—I could not say. . Did he run away when you. came on ; the scene?—Yes,ho ran with the oth ers. Yo...
P.M. ANNOYED Disrespect to Court SUGGESTS ISSUE OF WARRANT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
P.M. ANNOYED Disrespect to Court SUGGESTS ISSUE OF WARRANT Mr. E. Harrison, P.M., was per ceptibly annoyed at the West Wya long Police Court on Wednesday. • ' On being informed that a defendant in a minor case who is a resident of thetown, had not answered to his name after ample time had been given him to do so, the P.M. said ho felt inclined to have a warrant issued for the'arrest of defendant. He would not tolerate people treating the court with disrespect. Subsequently a message was con veyed to the court from the office of G. P. Evans and Englert, solicitors, which had the effect of preventing the issue of the warrant. On another occasion a defendant, who faced the Bench with his haritls in his pockets was asked by the P.M. if his hands were cold. ! .(•! Defendant: No. r.W The P.M.: What is your age? Defendant: I'm 28. The P.M.: Well, take your • hands out of your pockets. In imposing fines of 5 /and-12/ and 8/ costs for breaches of the Motor Act he mentioned that as the light ...
AREA COMMISSIONER'S VISIT To Ungarie-Naradhan Line [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
AREA COMMISSION ER'S VISIT To Ungarie-Naradhan Line Air. D. T. Clarke,. of "Blytheville",. Monument Flats, lias received the; fol lowing letter from the Southern. Area Commissioner:; ; "With reference to my • advico of I.I10 20th ultimo regarding inspection of the lino between Ungarie andNar adhan, and the necessity for cancell ing'the arrangements made on : ac-, countof floods, I-have- to .inform-you. that.I will now travel from Wyalong to Lake Cargeiligo by car at G.30 a.m. on Wednesday, i .21st inst. I desire- to meet the residents at the different proposed- sidings..and;stationsi.to dis-; cuss the probable traffic, and the fac ilities-being provided for same. There-, fore I shall be glad if you will .be at tlio different places. Yours faithfully, ' . J. R. Reid, Area Commissioner
FLOOD WATERS Between Yiddah and Wyalong Action Being Taken [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
FLOOD WATERS Between Yiddati and Wyalong Action Being Taken When on his' recent visit to Wya long the Hon. E. A. Buttenshaw; M.L. A., Minister for Works and Railways, took particular notice o£ the floo'ding .aiid w'ash'awuys that occured on the. railway' between Yiddah and ; Wya long. Upon'his return to town, Mr. Buttenshaw went into : the matter personally," with...'! the .Commissioners, and has now advised that consider ation is being given to the question of extending" the water opening in the railway line in the vicinity of mileage 343-30 wli.li a' view to facilitating tho getaway of flood waters.
R.I.B. ASSISTANCE Minister's Instructions [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928
rIbTassistance ' i Minister's Instructions ■Mr. E.,H:.Burghart, Tullibigeal, lias, received the following letter from the Hon. :B. "A. Buttenshaw; Minister: for Works and Railways:-' Doar Mr. Buttenshaw,—With ref er ence to your personal representat ions 'in 'connection with a complaint made by- Mr. Burghart of the Curraba Farmers and Settlers'. ■■ Association, Tullibigeal; 1 wish, to advise' that ap plications'-for- assistance 4are being given sympathetic consideration witth given sympathetic, consideration with are 1)eing granted., If Mr.j.Burghart would quote specific instances I would have the matter in vostigatGdi as /my .directions are that every consideration is to be given to applications from this district, in view, of the bad season that, has been experienced: —Yours faithfully, • - II. V.C. THORBY - ,Minister for Agriculture.