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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

DEPARTURES. For Uamiediunn, Tcinora, Cootunnindra, and Svd uey, daily, (Sundayscxeeptcd) at. 7 a.m. For Unjja iio, on Tuesday* and Saturday? at 8 p.m. For Mars don and Forbes, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. , , For Yalsrotfrin, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and cat days at IO'h.iu. For Caroon, on Saturdays at (> a.m. Far Kildarv, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. Thn mails arc delivered at tlio po.st office tip to 8 p.m. each day, Mail?* arc ready for delivery about half-an-hour after the arrival of coach. Letter box elcarod for despatch at 6 a.in each day. Pillar box at Central Wyalony; cleared daily at 7.HO p.m. Money Order and Government Saving Bank. Hours—Weeic day*—10 a.m. to o p.m.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

A.J.C. Race Tho A.J.C. Summer meeting opener] on Wednesday, a large attendance being present. Following are bare results: Hurdle Hace—2 miles. . J. F. Multon's John Bid, 119 ... 1 H. Robert's Red Light, 10-4 ... 2 ft. O'Connor's Oberon, 10 7 ... 3 Villier's Stakes—G furlongs. W. II, Mate's Fulminate, 7-4 ... 1 E. Knight's My .Queen,-; 7-9 ... 2 W. Keiso's Platinum, 7-0—.. 3 December Stakes—5 lurlougs. . Dargin's Ambulance, : *8-5 ,.1 J, East's Azure, > ... 8 3 ... 2' Williams's Fighting Mac, 8-7 ... 3 Summer Cup—1 m. 5 far. Nowland's Blue Metal, 7-10 .. 1 Chambers's Standard, 7-8 ... 2 Smyth's Boreas II, — ... 3 Time—,2 min. 51f- "sec., the fastest time on record for the Summer Cup. Nursery Handicap—5 furlongs. E. Key's Fire Clay, .. ... 1 Osborne's Watch Dog, ... ... 2 Stanton's Pendant, ' ... ... 3 A.J.C. Handicap—1 mile. J. Chamber's First Consul, 8-6 ... 1 T. Brewn's Fireman, 8-8 ... 2 Hunt's Zero, ... 8-12 .. 3

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal & Political [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

■ Tlio Federal elections campaign will begin in earnest after tho first ek in January. The Candida! cs »ro sharpening their tongues and examin ing their Federal consciences mid p o paring for an assault upon the unsus pecting suffrages. Cunning and calculating candidates of the scheming, insinuating self assertive type are not required in the Councils of tho Com • inonwcalth, but men with broad views, wholesome characters, honest inten tions, and patriotic fervor. And the people want men who are outspoken and independent and not on the look out for catch cries and'electioneering i business.' This is why Mr. Edward Terry made such a-favorable impres sion throughout the mother State when as far back as August last he took his fellow citizens into his.confidence by detailing and publishing a comprehen sive policy for the Commonwealth. In tho commotion and red-hot compe tition of the campaign, the electors are not likely to forget that Mr. Terry wave every candidate a cue in tho intri c...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lucky Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

A "Lucky Visitor. Visitors to tho the. Cyclovama during tho coming holidays will have onough for their money. In addition to the murvcllous Cvcloromn, and the now iong list of tho bewildering Illusions; the latest addition being the "Topsy Turvey" chamber, which is causing so much oxcitemimt at present ut the Paris Exposition—tlic lutes'- and much improved Lmniero Cinematograph has been installed, with a largo number of new spectacular and nmusing lilms A splendid wind fall is also pro dded for some lucky visitor in the sliupo of one of the Singer Manufacturing Co.'s latest improved Family Sowing Ma chines, whidi co it .£13, but some lucky C'yelorama visitor will get it for nut.l i:ig - decidedly die:.p. There is also a second n,nd third prize.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARSDEN J. C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

MARSDEN J. C. RACES.. A splendid day's sport was provided by the Marsden Jockey Club at their annual race meeting on Boxing-Day. Some 300 persons were present—and included a large number of visitors from "VVyalong. The racing was splen did—especially in the " big" handicap, the placet! horses running neck and into the straight. The following were the results :— Opening Handicap.—Exchange 1, Sutton 2, Sun Bonnet 3. Marsden Handicap.—Sua Bonnet 1, Exchange 2, Keepsake o. Hack Race.—Butcher Boy 1. Farewell Handicap. — Sutton 1, Exchange 2, Sun Bonnet 3. *

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. NO QUORUM PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Municipal Ccmncil. SPECIAL MEETING. NO QUORUM P.T; ES'ENl1. A special mealing of the Wytilon* * Municipal Council was convened foi't Tuesday night last to transact some! important business—owing to the fact that when the night for holding the' usual monthly mooting arm ed a largo' number, of the Aldermen would ■ bo1 absent from town. j At 3.45 p.m. only the Mayor unci'' Aldermen Hodge and Davis had pufcj in an appearance. c. At tho request of the Mayor, the! Town Clerk read the Business Paper, which was as follows :— t;. 1.—To pass accounts due and' sain lies. s-v 2.—Motion on Notice, by tho Mayor:' " That the Mayor be appoin.- j' ted in accordance with the j . provisions of Section 2:50 of tho Municipalities Act of J 1897, to represent the Muni- !•' cipality in the conduct of the ' suit of the Wyalong True i Blue Gold Mining Company (No Liability) against the p Municipal District of Wya- J;. long, and of tho suit of ; Channon and Others against j the said Municipality, and be j emp...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Local and General. Ouv next issua will r>.-py%'\n.v on Sat., Jan. 5th,' the lirst. Siitiu-day in the first month of the first' year of tlio twentieth Century. There will be no issue of the Advo cate on Wednesday morning next, Commonwealth timr, yon know, and our stall' must have at. least one holiday in each week, during Chiistmas and New Year. Now is the time to send your name as a subscriber to the Advocate. Commence the new Century by sup porting the new paper. Every body admits that a now journal was needed in Wyalong, therefore let us receive youi' substantial recognition. Dunne; last week the True Blue treated 20 tons stone for 80 ozs. ; the Currajong 2-1 tons for IGJozs., and the Shamrock 100 tons for SOozs. The Baker's Creek (HiUgrove) put through 498 tons for uOlozs. The return of. bullion for the Mount Drysdale was S7 Oozs., . To« will find Soudciis, "VVes>t Wyalong, lie most Replete and Cheapest Establish ment to deal at for all kinds of Katdwavo. ' Sir William Lync...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Finest View. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

The Finest View.' Hundreds of thousands will' crowd tlio slvaots of tho city to witness tho proces sions, pageants, and glories of Federal .>Y('ok, but in tho unprecodontnl crushing, how many will liavo' a comfortable and uninterrupted view ? I will lie one thinjjf to visit Sydney and qui to anil her to fully enjoy flit! ;;'ii»antie programme. If thn intonclinjj visitor ho wise ho, or sho, will prepare f r hi spectieiilav haa^iijt l\v scouring seating accommodation on tho Elite Grand Stand. This is a handsomo structure in tho very lionrt of tho city, at tho corner of Gooriro-stioot and Martin : Plueo, facing' tho front of tho G.P.O. (whoro tho illuminations by night will bo specially magnificent), and in {nil viow of 1 a broad avonno and an. nnglo of Goorge st"ont. Tho Stnnl is far and away tho most substantia! str ictureofits ];iiul. It extends 120ft by SO.'t, with feats 2ft Din wide and a riso of loin. This guarantees freedom of moveniont ami comfort. The seats oumot 1)0 rushed...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Genius. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Local Genius. Afc\ Mr. V. G. Manning's bicycle depot ■ is to be seen a model acetylene gas generator, designed and made by Mr. Autos Gosper, of West Wyalong. The whole of the parts were cast and made by Mr. Gosper—the bright brass cylinder heads bearing a very pretty appearance. The generator is totally ! different from those in general use, and can be kept in constant work 'without 'the slightest dan»er of the lights going out. On Saturday night Mr. Manning's shop was brilliantly, lighted, tlie-generator being capable'of supplying ten lights for four hours without re-charging. The : machine possesses an automatic break which stops tin; How of water into the gene rating cylinders as soon as the drum rises to a ccrtain'pitch, and, as the gas is consumed, the break is released and a fresh supply immediately takes place. All the generating parts are outside the drum, which makes the matter of inserting fresh carbon very easy. With such genius on the spot, local people in want of a good...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUNNY'S BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

BUNNY'S BOOM. The visitor was an- execrable shot, but a;' genevous giver—facts svell known to Jock. A rabbit jumped' up about ten yards away. Balig went both' ban-els, but bunny escaped with a whole skin. " Did I hit him, Jock ?" he'asked in an excited whisper. " Weel," said Jock thoughtfully, " 1 could na' sey 'zaefcly as' you |ifc 'iui, but I mus' say as I niver'seod arilb bit wu's' scared! Yu're improved vastly sin' last year, sir. An' if yo keeps'on improving and comes agiin next year, why (with a shake of his lie id) summut'irim'ppen to that rabbit!"

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOU AND I FOOT THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

YOU AND I FOOT TIIlS BILL. Some time ago a young man obtained a clerkship in a Government office. The chairs in this' office moved -on castors, but tho one allotted to him was minus one of those useful append ages. On mentioning the 'matter' to a fellow.clerk, he was surprised to see him turn the chair o-fiJi1'and deliber ately wrench oil' tin; pUWlgss leg. 'Why did you do tha^ file asked. 1 Oh.' replied the dest royer of timber, ' If you make official application to have your chair repaired it will be clone at once, but the department cannot supply single castors, because there is no precedent for it.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

The Holidays. Since our last issue the l.ist great festive day of.the 10111 Century has come icncl " gone—if, passed like the fleeting shadow of time. Wo often, look back on the fast disappearing' years as thoy roll by, and yet, .on the whole, there is very little change in the general habits of mankind. Tho only eliange, noticeable, to any great extent is the change in man's bodily appearance. In this respect man no doubt can be likened to tho century— as he advances in years lie goes from boyhood to manhood and old ago, until the end arrives, ant! he then merges into new life—a mere step from ono sphere to another. We, know this much, but the Omnipotent Iland veils our further sight. So it ia with the birth of a new Century. Wo can look back with pleasure and pain upon the. eventful years that have gone to make the past Century, but none can tell what the first moment of the com ing century will bring forth. Judging from outward appearances —and no one can judge the morrow— all we...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

D. HARRIES, IMaohinory Merchanti 176 CLARENCE ST., SYDNEY;' »taticnaryi Portable, & WlncS* Engines ; Vortical^. Odlonls&l Type, and Cornish Boilers ; Steam (i£z D uplcx Cornieh Cervtrifugal and " other Pumps; Stonobraakors; 3tam. ] pet- BKitcriGS; Tram Rails; Pullayo; 'Sha-Flineri Bolfci n££; Iron Pipesi &c. Purchase)- of nil CIii9=e3 n Tei«ph0!,0 2559; SSCOHD-HAtfD KODEHK HAOHINERY It OLD METALS. ? $ Assorted Cases specially 11 made up for 'Xmas and tlie Commonwealth1 Celebrations, FOUR VARIETIES IN EACH CASE. ^Os PER CASE. DELIVERED AT TEMORA. £3" So Don't Delay Your Order for Caldwell's. GRAND CHAMPION PRIZE WINES.'-; 'TORT. SHERRY. HOCK. CLARET. MUSCAT. FRONTIGNAC. OalcLwell & Co., LAKE ALBERT VINEYARD, WAGG':. ■i Is published at "West Wyalong on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING® - And has a very larga circulation throughout the Town and sur rounding Districts. It is lead by everybody, and is* The Best Medium for Advertising. ®^THE ADVOCATE HA...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE KNEW HIS MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

HE KN-EW HIS MAN. This story is told about Sir lied vers Bnller and Lord Charles Beresford: A discussion arose during the first Nile campaign as to the proper channel to he taken in descending a cataract. Sir Redvers Buller carried his point, and the steam boat passed the cataract 'safely. "You see," said Sir Kedvers, Minirto' >vr.s the right course. "Oil," replied Sir Charley "it was my choice too ! ' I only recommended the other because I knew well enough that yon would oppose whatever X said."

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARONIA PARK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

BARONIA PARK SPORTS. Baronia Park, Wyalong, was the rendezvous of some 500 persons on Boxing-Day—gathered there to fulfil a holiday engagement in witnessing the sports in aid of the grand stand fund —a building that is very badly needed in the Park, especially on such occa- sions as Tuesday last. The morning broke fine and warm, and as the day advanced Old Sol continued to cast its rays still more brilliantly upon Mother Earth, with the result that the comfor- table sheds erected by the Committee were much sought after by visitors. The ladies were well represented, and their presence on that day had a tendency to enhance the pleasure of   the proceedings. The publican's booth was presided over by Mr. Wheeler, and that gentleman, with his assistants,   was kept very busy throughout the day cooling the parched throats of exulted enthusiasts. Next to Mr. Wheeler's booth was the luncheon and   refreshment stall under the able care of Mrs. Gregg, an...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wyalong Lovers. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

The Wyalong - Lovers. " Hainfc .ifc.'ot !" said a youug lady, to Ikjp beau the other night. It mast have been warm, for shortly after wards I saw them sitting on a heap of dirt, and the young man doing 40 strokes tt> the second with the fan— whils his damsel was quoting Sit down beside me love— Fan me with a fan ; Kia« mo when you can, love— You're a dear young man. The young couples' pastime was too good to last. Presently they both begun to twitch, and had suspicions that a grasshopper had lost his way and took refuge under their garments; on looking round thera they found they were sitting on an ant's nest! It became 'so 'ot' when they discovered this that the 1 bloke' made use of the name of the place where the naughty niggc.rs.gp-!:

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strikers in Silk Hats. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Strikers in- Silk Hats. A .curious strike has *boen' goinr; on in New York", the parallel of which has perhaps nover yet boon known. Tho famous jewellery firm of Tiffany and Co. do mo?t of -the wedding invita tion and other "swells" engraving business of New York. Tho firm em ploys sixty engravers, tho majority of whom nveeive from ,£18 to ,£20 a week, and the rest from £10 to£15. Thoy are said to bo the highet paid workmen in the world. The mon wont on strike not not because any attempt was made to reduce their wages or increaso their hours of labor, but becauso the firm refused to put their factory under tho rales of the-Engravers' Union, -When the firm made an attempt to omploy outside men, the strikers proceeded to picket the factory,-and thw remarkable spectacib was presented of strikers dressed in froek-coato and silk hats and patent leather boots, wearing diamonds and looking as if thoy might bo Trust magnates rather than down tvoddimworkmen out of a job and trying to prevent...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Cycling. Notes. From tho Dunlop Pneumatic Tyro Oo. Another cyclist, haa succeeded in crossing tho Australian Continent from Port Darwin to Adelaide., The plucky rider in this instance is a Mr. A.. H. Lennox, a Northern Territory Missionary,, who rode froin sea ,to sea, a. distance ' of 2060 miles in eight weeks. The last cyclist to accomplish this transcontinental l'itle was A. Mc Donald, who, riding. a road, racing machine and Dunlop tyres, succeeded in crossing the continent in September 1898, riding the distance in the'mar vellous time of 28 days, 15 hours. By cable we learn that the' New Zealand- wheel race has resulted in a win-for a Dunlop rider named R. Con nelly -This event'was won last year by Gr.' Body.* • Australian racing men lit® the American riders are now following the fashion set by the European cracks in returning to the use of wide handle bars. There are two big advantages in the wide bars, viz., more control over steering, and more comfort. Jac£ Green, tho English...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Toilet for Gentlemen. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Toilet for Gentlemen. For preserving thpr complexion— Temporanc.p.,, To -preserve fclrc breath swe6t— Abstinence from tobacco. • For whitening the hands—Honesty. To remove a stain—Repentance. Easy shaving seap—JEtiady money. For improving the sight—Observa tion. A beautiful ring—A family circle. For iraproving:the voice—Civility. The best: companion at a toilet—A wife.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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