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PICNIC RACE CLUB Arrangements for Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

PICNIC RACE CLUB Arrangements for Meeting In the Soldiers' Memorial Hall: oii Friday last a iniieotlng of the Wyfi long District I-Iospilal Race Club was held; at which the following ' wero ■ present:- - . ' Messrs. E. I-Iandsley (Vice Presi dent) in the chair/ J. Mulcahy,,. P. Donovan, A. C. Randall, P. Curry, P. M. Morcom, S.' Walker and F. AVal-' leer, and the secretary (W. G. Smythe) An apology was recoived from tlie, President, Mr. J. SmiLh. Mr. "Walker explained tliat he hac' interviewed several business people, in connection with gifts to the social, and Mr. Randell reported ^ hotline, handed to the secretary the sum of £-10/12/ collected by . liim in aid of the races. A donation of £1/1 was received, from Mr. W. W. Kilien in aid of the funds. ' • Mr It was resolved to appeal to all persons who had promised donations, to send same along to the collector or secretary before next Friday night.' Several horse owners complained of the liard condition of the race course, and it wa...

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

Leads the World in Sedan Value One of the finest examples of Nash value is the superb new Special Six 4-Door Sedan. One refinement after another has been added to make this uar more desirable and more luxurious, but the pricc is lower. Good taste is emphasised in the interior dress. There is a solid walnut steering wheel. The instrument board is walnut finished with an attractive instrument panel indirectly lighted. The upholstery is deep-pile mohair and the cushions arc buttoned and tufted in the fine-car manner. Walnut finish panels^ complete • a picture of luxury decidedly unusual in a car of its price. And it is particularly important that you know how much more enjoyably this car performs. Drive it and learn how Nash has improved riding comfort by the . introduction of the new Nash Springs of special process alloy steel. Drive it and learn that Nash to-day is the easiest stearins motor car on earth. Drive it and see how much smoother and quieter is the great Nash 7-bcaring ■ va...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC SHEEP DIP Urged at F. & S. Meeting Sale Yards Mentioned [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

PUBLIC SHEEP DIP Urged at F. & S. Meeting Sale Yards Mentioned I Mr. C. .T. M. Thomas (President) speaking at the ' annual meeting of the Wyalong'Branch of the F. and S. Association on Saturday, moved that Lho Bland Sliiro Council be asked to push on with 'the proposed new sale yards; also to have a sheep dip ready Cor this year's dipping, off shears. He said it was necessary, that the dip be constructed as soon as possible so that owners would be enabled to dip their sheep off shears. The position to-day was that they- had. either to appeal to neighbors or pay through the nose to have their sheep attend ed to. Mr. S. Jl. Marshman asked if tile Shire Council would bear the whole of the liability. ■ Tho chairman stated that the dip would become the Council's property. Each slieepowner would have to pay ■ to have lu's sheep dipped. Mr. A. Elliott said that the fact of a sheep dip being erected in town tnieant that sheep would have to travel. dusty roads, which was going to in ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC 11 Children in Five Beds (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

diphtheria epi ' demic; \ 11 Children in Five Beds (BY WIRE) 1 Sydney, Monday Evening As the result of an epidemic ot diphtheria, there are now 11 chiidru) in the Cessnoclc Hospital. As the isolation block contains on ly five beds,-two children are being treated in 'each bed.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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TEACHERS' EXAMPLE No Liquor for Club (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

TEACHERS' EX . AMPLE No Liquor for Club (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening The Council of teachers Federation rejected a motion tlmt an application should bo made for a liquor license for tlio now Teacher's Club 011 the grounds that the teachers should ■ sei an example, to the rising generation by keeping the club froe from intox icating liquor. . 1

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

-BALANCE SHEET The balance shoot, submitted by the secretary, showed that at the end of 1920 the balance was £72/1/0, and members subscriptions £24/10/0, mak ing a total of £00/11/8. Included ' lii the expenses were: Capitation foesi to. heart, office, £30, district collection capitation ami land levys £23/8/0, del egates expenses 1920-27, £20. The credit balance in hand was £7/10/G. The Secretary explained that the hlanco sheet was only got ready thai morning and had not been audited. He: had no time to prepare the annual re port. On the averages of the figures they had lost approximately £10 on. the year, but this was .accounted for by the fact that they paid £10 to del egates for the year 1920, in addition to . £10 for the current year. There was a membership of something lllcc* ; 70 odd, who. were now due to pay,: which, made" tho branch in an excep tionally strong position financially. Once they succeeded In breaking down certain barriers ho folt sure- they i i would get 100 pe...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAVY FOG In Sydney (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

HEAVY FOG In Sydney (BY WIRE) Sydney,' Monday Evening Another'heavy fog enveloped Syd ney early this morning, sprlously In terfering with trains,' ;.' trariis,= and; ferries. , i . , . (

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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F. AND S. MEETING Secretary Complimented Branch in Strong Position [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

Secretary Complimented Branch in Strpng* Position Tlio annual general meeting. o£ the; Wyalong branch oE llio Fuvmers and Settlor's Association ' was 'liolil on Saturday, afternoon, when the follow ing wore presont: Messrs. C. J. M. Thomas '(clmir), J. W. Robinson, P. A. Raker, A. lailiott, F. R. natcliffc,1 P. .1. Fuller, S. 11. Miirsliniaa, D. A. Gagie, 73. Cirellman' and A. B. '. Grollman (sec retary) .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Burned to Death FIVE CHILDREN IN NURSERY (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

FJVE CHILDREN IN NURSERY (BY WIRE) ■■■■ Sydney, Monday Evening , A cable from London states -that five children, all under : six years" or age, w^ere 'liur'ned : to' 'death wlillss asleep a't "a'nursery school near Hor ley, Surrey. •Hearing a noise in the attic,; the Principal,. Miss Tucker, rushed in niid found the room filled with smioke. She rescued' three ]ml>ies; but it; tho fourth-attempt she was forced back by the suffocating smoke. All other children on the floors were removed safely.

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

PERSONAL Major G. F. Wootfcon, of the sla.iT o£ Messrs G. P. Evans anil Engiert. West Wyalong; was successful in passing the First Section'of tlie:Final o£ Iho Solicitors' Examination,'hold recmitiy. . ^ w Mi T A Ci ov, o, piopiietoi of the Wyalong/'star," who'recently sustain ed^ severe v. burns to his legs has suiil cieritly .recovered to 1$' able to resume 'hi& ordinary duties! ' - * * « 'Mr W. II. Towers, of "Mayfleld" 1'ul llblgeal, lias been seriously ill for some weeks7 'Past, and little hopes are hold out for his recovery. Mr. Towers M.i one of. the pioneers of the Tuilibigeal district,' having resided' there for' i°.io past 20 years. \ «• «■ * ! . Mr; Frank >0'BrIon, who . previously was Town Clerk ot Temora for sev-' oral yoais, has ,been appointed Clerk to the new Shire at Griilltli, and. takes: up duties on Thursday next. He is: a brother. ,of" Miv Murt' O'Brien of the' Globo Hotel, West Wyalong: * * * Mr. ;D. It; Bedford, who lias been Secretary of the Ungari...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BOY ARRESTED Mail Bag Robbery (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

BOY 'ARRESTED Mail Bag Robbery t (BY WIXIE) Sydney,1 Monday Evening A 10-year-old boy was arrested last niglit following a mail bag robbery, at Central Railway station. It was alleged tilt 43 letters, 19 ol which had been opened, were found in his possession. •

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LITERARY INSTITUTE Novel Billiard Tournament [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

LITERARY INSTI TUTE Novel Billiard Tourna i merit h A novel billiard tournament will too held' at .the.Literary Institute to-night (Tuesday) 20ih iiist., at eight o'clock. Ail competitions will bo. finalised in one night/ and suitable trophies given. A good night's entertainment is assur ed. Even players who have little skill in the "game have,reasonable chances of winning. In the last tournament of its kind held in the old building, players of no ability at all won th^r heats. The rules o£: the gome are simple and lire as follows: 25 or 50 up—players have onoi shot only at a time. It will be'noted that players can only score a. limited number at .each stick. It is. on this account that all players have practically equal chances. The Billiard Committee pro poses to inn a billiard tournament im mediately after Easter. The quarterly prize of £2 2s, donated by il,r. C. 13. Wallder, is now being competed for. Prizes of a guinea each aj'e given for the highest billiard and snooker breaks...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Mutiny Denied ON BRITISH WARSHIP (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

ON BRITISH WAR SHIP (BY WIRE) Sydney; Monday Evening A cable' from. -London states tlio Admiralty, in :a communique,:states that there was no mutiny aboard the "Royal Oak," no'rany refusal to sail under Iicar Admiral Collard, nor luis there been any court-martial.

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

G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS, AND PROCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG G. P. EVANS Commissioner for Affidavits for tf.S.W., "Vic., S.A., and Tasmania! H. J. ENGLERT Telephone No. 23. n E. MACKENZIE SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, PROCTOR MAIN STREET WEST WYALONG R. BRUCE BLQORE' Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor WAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG Tel. No. 74 j W. J. MACDONALD Dental Surgeon MENTOR CHAMBERS (Opposite Souden's) - MAIN STREET, WEST, WYALONG P. PLACKETT' DENTAL SURGEON Opposite Banlt N.S.W. CHURCH ST., WEST WYALONG' 3. SfffART WILLIAMS: ARCHITECT ' 4 MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG (Rcslaterad by the Board ol Arch^ toifcrttf N.S.W.) - ■■ ". V. Henry Helman, M.I.A. 6ERTIFICATED ARCHITECT Experts In Modern Building'Design, Sewerage and Hot Water Instalia. tiMB. Jdenior Chambers, West Wyalong Phone 24. Box 11 J. 0. Anderson, Representative, c. E. WALLDEPv & CO. Land Salesmen Stock A Station Agents, Auctioneers WAIN STREET, WEST W.YALONG Branch Ollices: Lake Cargelligo, F. and G...

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10,000 Dol. Ransom KIDNAPPINGS IN U.S.A. (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

KIDNAPPINGS ITp U.S.A. (EY Y/IRE) Sydney, Monday Evening A cable .'from Detroit states that Jame3 Hall, business man, was yesterday kidnapped "by two'met' and lield for 10,000 dollars ransom, which, lie paid to-day and was released. This abduction was one of a. long ■series of kidnappings o£ individuals dealing in beverages. ;

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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The S4 Raised VICTIMS' BODIES STILL ABOARD (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

VICTIMS' BODIES STILL ABOARD (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening : A cable from Provinco Town, Massacliussetts,' states that tlie sub marine S4, which sank on December. 17 last, was raised to the surface on ■ Sunday. ■ .''■The eight bodies of the victims :wei'e still aboard. ,

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

THE BABY-SHOP WINTER DISPLAY OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES "Everything for1 the Child.", EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY MRS. WOOD &/CO. Dox 97 i S' Phono 173 (Next Leadbitter's Garage) WEST WYALONG So J. RYANHART Machinery and General Commission Agent TALLIMBA Mavville ; Private Hospital WYALONG >ool Airy Rooms and Large Verandahs. Is now under the personal super . vision of Mrs.Channon Cert. Eoyal Hospital for Women, and Coast Hospital. Members Londoji Hoyal San. Institute. Every comfort while waiting. Phone 76 To the Stoekowner I Trisli to advise that,I have. boon appointed sole distributor for this dis-; rict for Paton's Products, Ltd.., v/hose. i Products include— T.A.B. Sheep Lick Robert Paton's Myall Fly Dress.rtg Paton's Dip. ' -J|' " ^ T.A.B., as the slogan implies, '*Tiie Absolute Best," is-the result of years of practical experimenting by the lead ing sheep men of Australia. i Also fonva; !i if: ar^nf tor'die Vacuum Oil Coirp.iny, Gibbs Bright, and Co. "Ferti^-scrt, etc. ,etc. TOM...

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

I WITH EVERY £6/19/6 SUIT TO MEASURE | JK All Suits to Measure are skilfully tailored and perfect in every detail, 3". ^rnade to >-our ommeasurement. !>fc S The unseen work is done well. The OPTIMA and HAIR CLOTH & S". TRIMMINGS and Foundation, represent, honest and FIRST CLASS * g "WORK. ^ ■" ' . ■ -' jg $ All Suits to Measure are hand finished and perfectly tailored. We :?• « are out to give utmost value in'Tailoring to order, and guarantee per- 3; 2 fect St» style, and honest vrork with every Suit. jjj There is no better value in Suitings or. Tailoring it the price. In fact there is no competition, anywhere under £10 10s. Having recently purchased a big range of Woollen Worsted Serges, attractive tones of Blue and Brown, Grey Pinheads, Stripes over Checks, Grey Herring bone, and new Blue Brown Fancy Weaves, all guaranteed materials and dyes, we are now 'offering 'you. a skilfully TAILORED SUIT WITH EXTRA TROUSERS FOR £5/19/5. Leave your order with ,us to-day, aEd we...

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AREA COMMISSIONER REPLIES To Complaint from Caroon [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

MlEAr: C0MMI8SI0N ; ER REPLIES To Complaint from Caroon ' . Mr. J. D. Reid, Southern Area Conii missioner., writes us as follows under date lGth March. ■ Dear Sir, In the issue of your paper dated Oth instant appears comment from - a Caroon correspondent re garding my alleged discourtesy In' failing to notify residents along the new railway lino from Ungarie to Naradhan that I had postponed my trip arranged for 29th ultimo. I would point out, however, that I have been misrepresented in the mat ter. The trip cortainly was arranged, hut subsequently,', owing to .-the; very heavy rainfall in the area between' Lake Cargelligo and Ungarie, I re alised it would bo impossible to mako the trip by motor: car, and I advised Mr. Amos, the Construction Engineer, who had been asked in the first place to advise any deputations of tho time I would be prepared to moot them at the different places, that the trip would be postponed.-I also -wired Mr. Gagie to this effect. It was anticipated the arran...

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WHY STATE ENTERPRISE FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

WHY, STiTEJ^HT-JSRPRlSE FAILS. " "A speaker nt the A.W.U. conference wild 'public ownership hud iic\er been given ir chanee., 'i'oo inuny Jobs for.,Men -who had been ,fiiilurta < uero, found in Mule e iterpi lu.)" ^Vim'Fa-muwMAHuf'Saekedt'farekVoufji.-Never'mindi.old chap. There's room on '(.'.cphnnt." , '" I J'lPlTDii] 5!13 J— I | "^rangementrTvitli'-,,Tho Bulletin" ,

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