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

• UUTiHERAN CHURCH;' . 'Sunday ,i:March IS: Lake Cargelligo HallOi 3-'P.m.' Come!—Rev. P. " G. Strolan'/iUngarlo.

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

WED. & THURS. Chico and Diane PRICES 2/5 AND 1/6 Book your Seats at A. T. Clarke's Refreshment Rooms,, opp. Theatre WANTED . _ BURR . CUTTERS. Contract COO "acres. Apply j ' PALFRAMAN & WOOD ^NOTICE DR.: 'P. DANIEL has resumed practice. (• i ( £5 REWARD _____ v LOST.—One Bay Draught Gelding, aged, off lilrid, foot white, blaze, brand ed like 'J N conjoined under scroll. One Bay Draught Mare, aged, four white feet, stripe forehead, no visible brands. A-reward of £5 will be paid for recovery of above horses. . PALFRAMAN, WOOD & CO., West Wyalong. Perch and Black Bream ■ Obtainable in any quantity at the • ; FREEZING WORKS LA'KE* CARGELLIGO . I ' i

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

HCHURCH OF ENGLAND : jp'arish of Wyalonjj. !\ Wednesday? 14th March: All Saints 7.30 p.ml: Evensong. SUNDAY, 18th MARCH •. Blow Clear 11 ajn. Matins. ; S Giyr,al:3 p.m. Evensong. ; | ..Un'gai'lc..,7.30 p.m. Evensong. -' Meeting of congregation after ser vice. : j !-,( r, : i- Rev. H. T. Genge.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY, 18th MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

PRESBYT.ERIAN CHURCH • SUNDAY; ISth MARCH : Bai'medmaii; 11 ajn. • •' • Mallefe Plains 3 p.m. -West jWyalong 7.30 p.m. ■ ■ Rev:' R.r'B.' Palmer, Minister.

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

: ^ P PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .■;/(Ungarie-|Lake',Cargelligo Charge)

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SUNDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

:v -SUNDAY, MARCH 18. J i/Crowa-Gamp 11 a.m.: ( •Ungarle''3.,,p.m. (Jirral 7.30 p.m." . v v' v.rfi',Rev. Baird.

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

SHAREFARMER WANTED"\ "DARRINGTON'S FARM," on KoK ldlbertoo, 1 milo from Thulloo Hail way Siding, Ungarie 15 miies. lit) acres failed oat crop to be sown in promptly to -v April with wheat or oats. Apply JOHNS BROS., Wollongough, Ungarie. ' 'APPLES FOR SALE .:; CHOICE Cooking and Eating Apples at 5/ bushel on rail Wallendbeeii. Cash with order. ' E. J. SEi^L, Wallendbeen PRELIMINARY NOTiCE Grand Annual Ball To be held in GIRRAL HA Lb on EASTER MONDAY NIGHT W. J. MM,ONE, . ' President. FOR SALE One greyhound bitch, strong and healthy. Will make good brood bitch. A Gift. £1. Particulars apply,— 1 •' THIS OFFICE FOR SALE ' DOUGLAS MOTOR CYCLE. Perfect order. New tyres.-Registered till .Feb' ruary, 1929. Gift at £25. Apply . THIS .OFFICER | NOTICE TO AGENTS I HEREBY notify all Agents thatl my Property at Taleeban is withdrawn | from sale, from this date. i;: W. S. RATKE, Taleeban. WATER MELONS FOR SALE, 1J.. miles from • West | Wyalong, along the Lake . lino, u }u . ' W. • MARTIN. i LIQU...

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

MqM is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (600 Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted (1:1000). Untreated .. .. - Formalin, 1:400, 5 minutes im mersion Eluestone, 1 %, 5 min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitrioline, 2oz. per bushel.. Field Germination % 02.3 85.0 84.3 89.8 02.8 % Bunt 10.5 ' 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost is extremely low. Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents for N.S.W. : keep, Mcpherson ltd. —George St., SYDNEY, and at Newcastl...

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"HEADING 'EM" Police Visit Mallee One Case Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

"HEADING 'EM" Police Visit Mallee One Case Dismissed Before Mr. E. Harrison, .P.. M.j at the local police court on' Wednesday," the following pleaded guilty . to' piiiy-i ing "Two Up"- in the Mallee on • Sun-, day, 26th ultimo:- Alfred E. Cramp-' ton, Charles Gorman,' Clare Pettlt/: Arthur Keen, and George Long. In imposing a fine of 40/- and-8/-. costs the P.M. remarked that defend-; ants were fortunate they were not: ( charged under another section of the Act which rendered them liable to.* imprisonment without the option. >

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

CRICKET Blow Clear visited Ungavie on Sv.i day : and had an enjoyable day's cricket. ICeith . (102) retired, land Webster (55) -batted well for the (visi tors, ^bile Hayes (37), Lyons (39) and Sligar (27) did well for the home, side.: Blow " Clear- won by , 207 to 140 runs. 'Scores:— • i < , BLOW CLEAR . ' . Webster b Bedford .. .. >55 O'Neill b Ilayes 0 Keith retired 1 .. .. 102 O' Donnell b Hayes .. .. .. .. <2 Murphy not out ' 27i Montgomery senr. b Sligar .... 0. Montgomery b Sligar \ . :■ *; 0, 1 Lauer b Sligar 1. .. ,14 Deegan c and b Sligar ■ -.'a Redford b Hayes ' .. .. 0" Sundries B Total ..' 207 UNGARIU Davis b O'Donnell - 2 Hayes c Webster b O'Donnell .'.' 27 Kindred c Webster b O'Donnellf.,; 0 Lyons.-c.Keith bMontgomery; ;. .vw39 Sligar b Lauer '27 Jackson b Lauer .. ' i Logg c Murphy \b O'Donnell ..... 12 Wolstonecroft b O'Donnell ..... 8 Bland not out 0 Bedford absent 0 Sundries . .. . ,i tr Total ..| .. 140

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UNGARIE'S PROGRESS Sanitary Service Proposed Aftermath of the Floods [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

XJNGARIE'S PRO-. GRESS Sanitary Service Proposed Aftermath of the Floods Ungario,' true. to the predictions of | some of the 'residents, is vapidly bo i ginning - to: place itself on the State's i Znap. At the last meeting of the Bland Shire.Council, attended by Crs. Tem pleman; .^resident), 'Holland, McClin-' took, and Penfold,: the-Health Ofllcer, Air. S. M. Smith,. submitted the fol lowing report:— . "The sanitary ^conditions at Ungarie were1 critical following the .serious Hoods during the past: .month. A A3 might be expected,-with the water 4ft and 5ft deep in. many places, 'the cess pits . overflowed and; in many; cases,' the walls thereof collapsed."' . Realising the possibility of a serious outbreak of infectious disease,. I made' an immediate inspection, and orderod the: filling in of illlod or .damaged cesspits anil the : excavation, of new. pits. I , also ordered the jiumping out of all underground tanks into which flood waters, contaminated with cess pits, had cnteied. *...

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FOOTBALL Brogan Disqualified Fifield Mentioned [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

Brogan Disqualified Fifield Mentioned The aiiuual meeting of ^Grouu :1X, which .handles Ru^by League, football within it3 area,-was hold at' Coota mundra last week. . Mi\ T. O-'Farrell (Wagga) presidcd;.| delegates being present from Wagga, j Tumut, Gundagai •, ;Coot.amundra; Te- j mora, Barmedman and Junee. It is noticeable tnat \vest Wyalong' was not represented. The chairman explained that the; .donor of the Malier Cup had informed, him? that the Cootamundra : Club had the tright to make rules governing the cup. , ELECTION OF,OFFICERS President: Mr. T. O'Farrell (re elected). .• . . Vice-Presidents: Messrs Bland (Te mora), II. Osmond. (Cootamundra), F. Riddett (Junee), T. O'Brien)- (Tumut) and P. Marshall (Barmedman). Treasurer: Mr. C. Inson /re-elected) , Secretary: Bin Glen Evans (re elected). Judiciary committee: Messrs: W. Fianigan, F. Hingerty, Livermore; J. Hall and Archer (Wagga). Selection Committee: Messrs. Nay-, lor;, 1 Archdr, - Weissel (Temora), C. Vauglian and Isaacs...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BURGOONEY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

BTOG0ONEY' NOTES (From our Correspondent) Farmers arc experiencing groat difficulty iin dealing, with - the abnormal growth -of weeds on their cultivation —ordinary ^machinery is powerless to deal wtili It, -.the only efficient imple ments being the disc and duck feet implements..' i Grass, and uwater everywhere and stock are r rapidly , regaining condition. Ross -I-Ienderson, the young son of Mr. and. Mrs. D. McN. Henderson, had' a severe attack of gastritis and at one time his life was despaired ! of, but I am pleased to state that his condition is' much improved and all knowing the little lad, who was oft a bright disposition, will be pleased at' his return to health. v ■> An exchange of properties is taking place. Mr. II. Alexander, Junr., ex changed' his Winnunga holding on the Wollongough Estate for Mr. J. 11. Moodie's block at South Burgooney, subject of course to the Minister's, consent.

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

\||S ON-ESSEX -Supreme In Performance Records They Have Made This Summer 4h/*i SYDNEY to COWKA 204 miles in 4hr. 14mm. Buckley and Cunningham in HUDSON 21/11/27 MELBOURNE to SYDNEY 575 miles in.11.hr. 54Jmin. ■ Euckley and Bartlett in ; HUDSON 28/10/27 SYDNEY TO BOURKE 512 miles in tas .-hr.: i s. mtn. Lapham and Cooper in ESSEX 7/1/28 SYDNEY to MELBOURNE 575 miles -in Vohr. simin. Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON 2-8/11/27 DARWIN to MELBOURNE 3440 mile3.in 6,days,4,hr. z8 mins.' Mackay. and Wood in ESSEX 25-30/»/23 FREM ANTLE to SYDNEY -3100 miles in .4'daya.S3.hr 5 min. Macitay and Wood in ESSEX* ffccuY ' z/2/28 HUDSON 3& CJ O -Sh -A. ADELAIDE to MELBOURNE ■ ^ ^ w ^ N only 525 mitea in xohr. 46min. Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON only BEAN TRUCKS' 25-30 Cwt. Ail British Bean Trucks will out-v/ork and out-test *all;. other trucks in their class. Try them. CHASSIS £'397/10/ ■ •PLATFORM. £437/10/ TIPPER £477/10/ 1. DASjSEflP & €« iy 5YDWEY L®a! Dealer. 1 I Genuine HvCSmp...

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TRAGEDIES AFTER FLOOD JUNEE CHILDREN DIE; IMPURE WATER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

(TRAGEDIES AFTER FLOOD JUNEE CHILDREN DIE;'IMPURE WATER JUNEE,— "Au 'epidemic . of gastric;, trouble is raging in Junee, due to the, cantamination.of thewater supply by^ the recent floods. ' j At tlio week end. the 'deaths: of. threo. young children occurred. There are many cases in tlie locar. Hospital; and ; numbers of ; others are being treated at their homes. > % ; The victims at the ^.weekend'.were: - ■ Noreenr Juno Arijistrong'. (G); i v.Tune. ^Summers, 0110 year-old;- and Jeau 'Howard,, who died: on her tfirst birth day. > Adults also: have: become: affected, but generally recover quickly. The above talcen from the "Daily Telegraph" of the 13th inst., is an en dorsement of the attitude adopted by -the local Health Inspector in respect to tlie position at Ungavie. —Ed. W.W. I A.

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NO POLICE COURT Not Enough Crime at Canberra [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

kNO police court 'Not Enough Crime at Canberra Sir 'John Butlers said this w'eelc •.that ■; no -progress . could bo reported .in. th'o establishment in ■ Canberra of Courts of summary jurisdiction. y.; Tlie«quostion,- lie said, was not a woiy'important one, for tlio people oE 'Canberra were most.law-abiding, the most serious ;crime to date being re presented by ono-or two cass of petty ^pilfering and.drunkonnoss. Meantime j' anything that cropped up would bo ' doalt with at Queanbeyan. j j i

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EIGHTY LEPERS Australia's Cases [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

EIGHTY LEPERS Australia's Cases LONDON, The annual report of the 131iitish Empire Leprosy Relief Association, states that there are eight ty lepers in Australia. Sir Leonard Nightingale, F. R. C. S. states that, leprosy is curable ill its •early stages if treated with I-Iydnocar tus oil. He declared that: eighty per cent of the cases would not be infect ed if the country concerned would carry out a simpl plan of observing the households in close contract with lepers every six months for five years.

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GOOD AT SHOWS And Other Things The Forbes "Advocate" in a recent issue has the following to say:— [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

GOOD AT SHOWS And Other Things The Forbes "Advocate" in a recent | issue has the following to say:— f "West Wyalong may be good at slipws, and it mi^y be good .for various other tilings of a lilA nature, but with regard to racing there seems to bo a certain slackness of enthusiasm. This is felt so, much, apparently, that the West: Wyalong Raping-. Club' decided to abandon its meeting, which was to Have been held .on February 29 and aMrcli 1, owing to the ipoor nomina tions received. Better luck" next tiinti!"

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

OCCASIONAL NOTES (BY "REX B") For about the flftqenth time the newspapers of this state have publish ed information regarding, rhe privii eges possessed by bona li.de tvavollors in quest of alcoholic liquor. The more publicity given this matter ihe more ignorance appears, to be displayed by those who seek shelter,^in _the first hotel tlioy arrive at after having tra velled what tlioy describe as the. "right" distance. It is a good many, years since the Government; grappled: with tliis question, and although the Bill has been subject to a few amend ments, it has not sustained that mea sure of alteration as to'malco its read-, ing misunderstood or confounding. The clause referring to bona fide tra vellers is as, "plain as a. pike staff," and if it lias been misinterpreted, as it has been on many occasions, It is due to either, lack of care on tho part of the traveller or a disposition to. take "pot luck" and plead ignorance to the authorities. At Batliurst the other day ono of those c...

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

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