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

H- A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. Opticians, 385 George St., Sydnoy Have visited this town regularly for j thirty years. Watch this space, or I write for date of next visii.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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RAILWAY MATTERS Chamber of Commerce Representations Area Commissioner's Replies [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

railway; matters Chamber of Commerce Representations ' Area Commissioner's ' Replies i".' i.vr.TvsiiM.■ ■■ . Mr. J. ,Frank, Hon. secretary of the West Wyalong Chamber of Com merce, has received the following re plies from the Soutlioin Area Com missioneiv to representatoins made at the last meeting of the Chamber:— • "With reference to your, letter of the 7th inst.,; requesting that the pas senger train .arrive at and depart from Wyalong. Central later daily, 1 beg to inform' you it is regretted that this cannot bo arranged. The train in question runs off and connects at Cootamundra with main lino mail trains, and their scheduled table can: not be amended.—Yours faithfully, J; D REID, Southern Aiea Commis sioner." - • . * ' "I beg. to: acknowledge receipt , of your letter of the 7th inst., relative to running of train from Wyalong Central to connect with the cheap excursion train" from Temora on Thursday, 5tli proximo, and in reply to inform you that.the matter will have considerati...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HOSPITAL MEETING Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

HOSPITAL MEETING Monthly Meeting The following wore present at the monthly meeting or the Wyalong Dis trict Hospital held ; in the M.U. Hall ■on. Tuesday evening: Messrs G. J. .Bland (President),' A. McNutt, R. P. Clark, D. Middlemis, ;J. M. Thomas^ F. W. Gibs on, It. M. Moore, S. But lor, and E. A. Wilder (Secretary). A letter was received from the Citl i>?en's Association pointing out that il was suggested to; organise a public function in the near .future in recog nition.,of the ■ services, rendered the N.S.W. Fire . Brigade ;on the. occasion of the recentjsuccessful Art Union. The function , woufd probably take place in , Sydney 01^ j8th April, 1928 and.it was desirous"that a delegatc from the local Hospital Committee be present. It was also suggested that the Cliiel Secretary,be asked for permission to conduct another Firemen's Art Union' this; year, and the local committer were' asked: to assisti in sueh applica tion. ( It was decided, on, the motion of Messrs McNutt and: G...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MATRON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

MATRON'S REPORT I • T. • The Matron, in her report, showed that since February,, ,29 there were lemaining in hospital 16 patients and that the daily .average was 17.G. Dr. F. C.- S. Shaw reported that lb surgical operations had. been perform ed luring the month: The following donations, were re ceived at the hospital since ^ last meeting: Mr. and Mrs. McNutt, jellies and honey; Soldiers' Club, magazines; Miss . Curwen-Walker,' fruit. The report was adopted.

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TREASURER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

TREASURER'S-: REPORT , The hon. treasurer, Mr. J. M. Thomas, reported that the amount at fixed deposit was £1500 and that the credit balance was £1-16 10s. ! The report-was' adopted. < ■ ,Other matters dealt with are. else where'reported.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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APATHY In Attending Meetings [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

APATHY I In Attending Meetings The Eugowra "News" In a lead-" ing article, deplores tho difficulty ex perienced In calling meetings _ In . the town.and district. It seems that,:this, difficulty is found in 'many towns ot the State. :lt is,-no doubt, deplorable, and has the effect on tho engenden ing indifference and lassitude over a whole district, thereby doing a lot or harm/It would be hotter that no meet ings were called than that they should be called and not attended. It is up to everyone who has the district at heart, to attend all meetings of bodies of which they are members. What benefits tho district is bound to benefit tho individual in the long run. I ;

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

In Movielana RIN-TIN-TIN'S BIGGEST THRILLER. "Tracked by tlio Police," IMn-Tin Tin's latest starring vohielo for Master Pictures, records the coura geous fight o£ a dog hero to save not only one of the greatest recla mation projects in the United States, but also his friends engaged in building it. With a splendid cast, including Jason Robards, Virginia Brown..Fairo, Tom Santschi, Nan ette, Dave Morris, Theodore Lorch, Ben AValker and Wilfred North, Rinty is said to depict the most sympathetic and thrilling role of his career. The story deals with tho construc tion of a great dam and desert irri gation project. For the beautiful oxteriors tho company journeyed to Yuma, Arizona, using tlio Laguna Dam and reclamation project across the Colorado River as a setting. Rtnty is seen as the dog of a young foreman in love with, the daughter of . tho superintendent. She is also the subject of dishon- , ourable interest of another fore man, who has been bribed by a rival construction company, ...

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

*555 KCnSTBEiaa ' MOTEL gg* Ivy ^ O jBpfe^ PACIFIC SrtlW®! MAMLT -y C' ' -i n.s.w. » MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL: FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and Cold Water in every Room j Magnificent Ballroom* Golf . Links Bowling'Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing.' * ' <•«* iy*.. * • ^ Summer Tariff from 25/- per day. Children Half Rates. Special Tariff for period of one month or longer.' Telephone: Manlg 829, 830, 831." C you tfPay J&ess< you §et More in a Longer — Roomier — Faster — More Beautiful than Ever The motoring public, quick to appreciate the mani fest superiorities in the first Chrysler, immediately initiated a demand for Chrysler appearance, per formance, and long life in other price classes. Serving this public demand, there are to-day four distinct new Chrysler models—ranging1 in price all the way from £275 to £1235. Note the features of these four new Chrysler models. Comparison with anything the market offers will convince you that they cannot be ...

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ON LICENSED PREMISES During Prohibited Hours But Explanation Accepted [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 16 March 1928

ON LICENSED PREMISES During Prohibited Hours But Explanation Ac cepted An important case was heard be fore Mr. E. Harrisoq, P .M- at the West Wyaiong police court on Wed nesday, wlien a young man named Henry' Taylor (a stranger to the: town) pleaded i)Ot guilty to a charge ol having been found on the liceused premises of the Royal Hotel, West Wyaiong, during prohibited hours. Taylor conducted his own defence, Sergeant Johnston prosecuting. In his evidence the Sergeant stated that'at 4.15 p.m. on Sunday 2Gth ultimo', in company with Constable Collier,' lie walked into tlie Royal Hotel,v where he saw defendant and men1 named Cox and Apps. They wevc standing at the door at the rear or the bar, the top portion of the door being 'open: In reply to a Question, de fendantsaid he was a traveller and that lie; was staying at the Empire Hotel across the road. He furtlici stated'that he slept at the Empire Hot el the iiight before. When told that lie was not a traveller defendant re plied, "I ...

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

KJSK™. § to 3§ mite per hffiM'-lO seconds! MADE to meet Australian conditions, the stamina of the New Rugby Car is never so fully realised and appre ciated as on the long run over difficult roads. No othei' car at or near its price has the staying power that results from the employment of the Red Seal Continental ''L''1 head motor, ■ full pressure lubrication and ther mostatic control of the cooling' system. The flexibility of this powerful' motor—5 to 35'miles per hour in tpn seconds—coupled with accu racy of control and resilient springing give the- New Rugby Car a fleetness which can only be appreciated by driving it or riding in it. The New Silent Itugby Four and the Greater Rugby Six are built in Cana da ,assembled in Australia, and fitted -with Aus- ■ tralian bodies. LOCAL AGENT H. EDWARDS SroecMcsss 258 Cast-leffeagh Street SysSatcy FOURS - - • SIXES" A CAR YOU'LL BE PROUD TO DRIVE S [NR10 Assoc.] jm i .# I# / t * ^ v'lS FOR three generations the medicinal virtues of Wolfe's ...

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

mmmmm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii V/hen a few friends drop in for a dance, the posses sion of a LAFFARGUE PLAYER-PIANO will the host and hostess a feeling or psrfect confidence. These delightful instruments will provide the most enchanting music —the dreamy waltz, the pulse quickening jazz, the liveliest fox trot and one-step—-with an effect that no ordinary hand can produce^ and the time is perfect. 3^rite for Catalogues, Price List and Easy Terms. 338 George St. & 2.06-lO Pitt St. 'f SYDNEY. Local Dealer, A. EMMETT 1UT TWAY TEaese Fsruit UrSssks 2$e3£el®tss Must be Orange Cup or Kia-Ora if you want the best REAL FRUIT JUICE &. SUGAR. If you want the best do not say Squash or an Orange Drink, as you may get a substitute that contains little or no Fruit. Say "ORANGE CUP" or " 1C1A-ORA LEMON." O.T. LTD,, Melbourne. Sydney, London and U.S.A. JUST ADD WATER for your .2 2 Here is game-getting ac curacy for you, in .22 calibre ammunition. High scores on the targets. Just prove it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

■this wo.-IJ ji.is Lcl., utiut into this miraclu motion pie Cure—-this (ove^ story of Chico and Diane' PRICES.2/5 AND 1/6 Book your Seats,at; A. T. Clarke's Refreshment:. Rooms, opp. Theatre WANTED BURR . CUTTIpRSi Contract v GOO acres. Apply1 ' i ' palfr'Xman & wood • . GOOLBURN TUES., 27th AT 2 P.M. 12,000 Good .Quality if "\ i; r .. . Sheep!;, NEW ZEALAND 'loan & mercan TILE agency! CO., LTDi Will sell by Auction at' Gdulburnon tlio above date. •• ; 11 Trucks available vat store M-ates- to load immediately after sale. TENDERS' tenders are 1'invited fqiv Re-paint ing Hotel Ungarie, Ungarie, Apply. for specifications tod ! . 'H:* G.-,"WILLIAMS, ' Architect, c/o^H:>'E. ;Ross & Howe, . ;- a50'!iGeorge St., Sydney. . t ..LOST KIT BAG of ■ Studebalcer Tools. Re •jvar'd. . .• .HOW r ■ * ■' J. PARKINSON, •" j 1 Wecthalle; F. & S. ASSOCIATION Back Creek Branch the Annmial Meeting of Uio above will be held at "Millowah," on FRIDAY 23rd march1 at'2'.po p.m...

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SHOW ASSOCIATIONS Meeting of S.W. Council [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

SHOW ASSOCIATIONS ° I Meeting; of S.W. Council I A meeting of the South-western Council of the above wis held at 'fe mora 011 Tuesday last, under the Pre sidency of Mi* .T." J. Fitzpalrick. The following delegates were pre sent:— . A'riah Park: Messrs Le Lievre, II in-, ter and Davey. Bribbareo: Mr. Carr and Rev. Gid ney. Barellan: Messrs: R. 0. Palmer and J. McCor'miclc. Barmedman: Messrs Tenudeman and Penberthy. 1 Cootamundra: Messrs. Black and Hicks. ' ... Cowra: Messrs Todhunter, Free bairn,and O'Neill. Griffith: Mr. Bradbury. Greufell: Messrs Simpson and Gra tam. . V.- •••■... ' ■■■ ' Murrumburrah: Messrs Stickles and Agiiimbau. Teniora: Messrs.. H. McCrane, O. E. Cull en, and W. J. Cartwrlglit. West Wyalong: Messrs W. A. But-j tenshaw and G. Rootes.. j Young: Messrs Forsythe and Tes ter. Apologies were received from Messrs Stocks and Gagie. Mr.; Buttenshaw stated that liis as sociation'had decided to ask that the group be divided as it vas difficult for long distances away to ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

CHURCH OF ENGUAND Parish: of, Wyalong Wednesday, 21st |Mai'ali:.;:7.30; p.m. Evensong ' . "■ 'j SUNDAY, MARCH 25.' Marsden 31 a.m. Matins Fortuna 3 p.m. Evensong. All Saints 7.30 p.iir.'Evensong Revi'll. T. Congo : • v • •: .-s

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

> METHODIST 'CHURCH' - Wamboyncll a.m.'Farewell service, i Malice Plains 3 X-iarvesL Festi val. <• ' • West Wyalong 7.30 p.m.Holy Com munion. i i < Monday, 28th March: Malice Plains Harvest Social. , > i Wednesday,, 28th j March:.<>7.-I5 p.m. Quarterly Meeting. , m llov.:iW.: H. Bntler. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ■ SUNDAY, 25th MA11UH' , I31ow Clear 1L a.m. , ■ ' Iliawatlia 3 p.m. i ,i .. West Wyalong- 7.30 p.m. ; Ilev. B. It. Palmer, Minister.

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CHAPTER XVII. THE HOME-COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

CHAPTER XVH. THE HOME-COMING. Shortly after Colonel Tcmplo set out | .-for'■Hurley; Street, Eosalio left Tho Larches' to; go to tho flat to proparo for Steiihen's home-coming. Her feel ings were a mixture of elation and misery. Slio was going to Stephen, but she was leaving Pamela broken hearted at tho loss of Hubert, and Bcomingly in a very critieal condition. Mrs. Temple, too, had shown signs of approaching nervous prostration, and Eosalio felt that perhaps slio ought to ■lin'-n stayed. 6b<i t'ound everything at tho flat in O'Sct, tind tho .servants respectfully sympathetic. There was nothing to bo done now but to wait until he came, and so she. lay down on her bed and gave herself up to anticipation. Stephen would bo certain to malto up their quarrel, af ter alio had told him all! "What a do light it would bo to havo liim take her to his heart again! They would nit ^ have much time, because ho woiftd \ havo to go to Harley Streot, she sup posed. It would bo a grim sort...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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UNGARIE SHOW Ballot for Committee [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

UNGARIE SHOW; Ballot for Committee . . The ballot for the'election of a Committee for the Ungarie P.A.H. & !i;.<Association was conducted on Sat urday last. Mr. A. P. Hayes officiated f'as. Iletui'ning OHlcer, and Messrs J. ; Cil'iffltlr and D. R. Bedford as Scruti neers. . Ninety.'^ three votes were ru i corded, , all of which were valid. The -ballot resulted as follows:— 0 hl-I.- G.v' Dryden .. 89 '!-J. G. Preuss, ....... .. 85 i?:'" W. X-I. Cleriison ;. . .. 81 E. J. Cope so ; K. P. Clemson .. ...... 80 ■ A. F. Gillett 70 ■i'i-.''.--vH..-'Rowling'v.v 7s D. Bcattie 77 A; W. Stidwill .. .. .. .. 77 P. O. Thompson .. .. .. 77 is. G. SUdwill .. .. .. .. 77 i'.jv- Q? Hamilton ••. ;• .•.. .. 77 1 " V. L. Connellan .. .... 7(> D. T. Clarke ...... .. 75 | .-. iB. M. Neyland .. - . .. .. 74 P. It. Hayes 73 ; V T. Taylor .. .. .. .... 73 II ..T. Cafe 73 i - G. R. Iload i .. 72 .in;A; II. Craromond .. 71 til A. C; Hake .. .. .. .. .. 70 ■ iR -.'W.' Pole . . :. .. .. .....

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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XVI—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

ur ]OHN L. CARTER. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," " The Pilgrimage of Delilah," &c. (Publbhod by Special Arrangement with \ tlio Proprietors of tlio (Jop/iigUt, / CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) Wintorsley gavo him a sharp look, but the old mail's grief-stricken faco was au opon book. "Undoubtedly; tlicro can bo- no other solution. I wall remember ' tho correspondence on tho matter in tho 'Daily I'laino,' and it seemed to mo then that there was mora in tho now league than tho doctors suspoctod. You see, oven the polico liavo no doubt about it, or thoy would not liavo re leased the captain." Tho colonel did not caro. to say any thing of his suspicions of Johnson. This clban-niindod follow might do apise him. "What do you think of Johnson?" lio askod hesitatingly, without looking up. .. ■ Wintersley started. Ho ' had spent many anxious moments that day, ro gretting that bribo to Johnson. -Ho told himself that ho had lost his head at tho moment. "Have you had a talk with John son?"...

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH Op ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish Wednesday, March 21: 7 a.m. I-I.C< 7.30 p.m. Intercessions and Address. Friday, Marcli^23: 7 a.m. h.C SUNDAY, march 25 (fifth sun DA yTT-IN LENT) , s a.m. h.C. West Wyalong- ■ , ■■■;: LI a.m. h.C.'IWest Wyalong , 7.30 p.m. West Wyalong. ^ . W.' j. Conran, Hector.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

For AH Classes of Job Printing try The "Advocate" West Wyslong i iw, ENSURE SATISFACTION . a BY CONSIGNING TO:— The Cnmmanwealtb Won! and Produce Co., Ltd. Wool,Fat Stock, Stud Stock Plat Calves, Skins,' Hlden f*r Consignments revive personal miperwon and are omy nanaied by expsrtB. Same attention given to small consignments as well as large ones. > Prompt attention Liberal advances If required Help the Company to extend it3 past policy of vigorous, pro gressive development along sound linos, maintaining its present principle of refunding part commissioins based on profits for any given year. OVER £34,500 returned to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during the past four years Wool Department under direct personal supervision of the General Manager Stock DeDartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden. Address: 3 Bent Street. Sydney. ' i I - MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER If. vO., LOCAL .rffcV-RESENTATlVES | OLD TYRES NEW AGAIN WHEN the tread of your tyres wears thro...

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