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FALLOW AND CROP Judging Local Competition [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

FALLOW AND CROP: Judging Local Competi .. tion . Mr. E. S. Clayton, Instructor of the Department o[ Agriculture ,is- arriving to-day (Tuesday) to commence .judging, 'the fallow in connection with the fal low and crop competition conducted by the West Wyalong aud District Show Association. Twelve competi tors "remain in to be judged, several others having withdrawn within the past tew days. The society is offering the following liberal prizes, and al though there is fair representation, it is to be' regretted that a large number of district farmers^have not taken ad vantage of the opportunity of securing the attendance on the. farm of an ex pert of the Department who is always willing to give any information sought oh any farming problem. The prizes are as follows:—1st; . £15; 2nd; £10; 3rd, £5; 4th, £2; and a special prize by Dr.vMaloney of£5to.tho competitor allotted the highest points for fallow. The' Fallow and Crop Competition sub-committee (Messrs P. A. Gngie, (chairman), S. R....

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

WANTED | RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER for ' widower and family. 'Country. Apply MRS. MAUNSELL, •Royal Hotel, West Wyalong. FOR SALE ONE : First: Class -Building Block, about i- acre, situated next Mr. Rat ciiffe's in Maitland Sreet. Fruit Trees, Vines, etc. Apply ,, , ' THIS OFFICE,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MASONS AT CRICKET Ariah Park Defeats West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

MASONS AT CRICKET Ariah Park Defeats WestWyalong or A cricket team representing Lodgo Bland paid a visit to Ariah Parle on' the 14th inst., and played an enjoy-' able game with representatives ; oC Lodge Ariah Park. The match result ed in an easy win for Arialr; Park by Si wlclcots and 17 runs; The cap tain, S. E. Wellington, was tlie main-J stay of the West Wyalong team, con tributing <12 not out of a toal of. 99, and capturing four of the best wickets, At (lie conclusion of- the cricket match, Mr,• Wellington.'■ visited- .the bowling greon, and again demonstrat ed his sporting proclivitiesby ."'defeat ing bis opponent by 27 to 5. . .■ ■ Scores:- .• . ■ ' - . WEST WYALONG IT. "Webster, 1). Edis 3 F. Ltiuor, 1). Clialmers "4 II. Pearco, 1). Ed is .. .0 S. E. WellinRton. not out:;. .• . • 42 .T. R. Miller b Chalmers 0 R. Stephenson, b.Burko : •'> C. Frasor; b.. CliaTffl^rs .. .. .. 0" J. G. Meacham, run out 1 P. A, Morris, 1). TSdls ... .. ... ... 24; A. B. Grellman; b....

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CASE AT WYALONG Alleged Robbery Accused Remanded: [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

CASE AT WYALONG Alleged Robbery Accused Remanded: At the Wyalong Police Court on Monday,, before Mr. F. C. Dixon, J.P.; Thomas Kennedy and Arthur Keen were charged with stealing goods to the value of 1(5/2, also with having stolen from Charles Ralph the sum of £1- - . \ • The alleged offence was committed at Wyalong on Saturday evening,Hlie arrest being effected by Constables Collier and Marshall. On the application of the polico the accused were remanded for eight days. Bail, , in £20 each was granted.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SEVENTH HEAVEN The Motion Picture Beautiful [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

SEVENTH HEAVEN The Motion Picture Beautiful For those who will climb it there is a ladder leading from the deptli3 to the heights .from the sewer to the stars, the ladder of courage—into the seventh heaven of happiness. The production on the speaking stage was necessarily limited, to the four walls • of a theatre, but on the screen the Cull sweep of its dramatic narrative is unfolded before you. It is the great est epical drama in the history of mo tion pictures, from a background of the most beautiful love story ever told on the .silver screen, featuring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. See this big production at Davys' Tivoli Thea tre on 21st and 22nd March, Wednes day and Thursday next. Book your seats at Clarke's Refreshment Room, opposite theatre.

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BULLI PASS FATALITY Third Victim Dies (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

BULLI ' PASS FATALITY r Third .Victim Dies (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening John McWilliam; 'of XlGdfern, who died last night, is'the third passenger to succumb,,• to injuries received when a motor lorry got out of con trol and capsized; at'Bull! Pass 0:1 March 11. 1

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEAP YEAR DANCE Novel Supper [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

LEAP YEAR DANCE Novel Supper One of the noteworthy features of the Leap Year dance to be held at the Masonic Hall, West Wyalong, on 27th inst., will be. the catering. The Half Moons are going to do it themselves. The decision was arrived at last weelc when the. social arrangements . were discused. It will he a novelty Cor danc ers to have a supper prepared and served in such a way. The telephone numbers o£ our chemists—Mr. Brereton :{•{, Mr. Andrew 21. All who have the interests of; our fotballers in this district at heart are requested to support the social; in: or-■■ der that a strong colt .combination may be organised, and thereby assist to eii-. sure the lifting of the coveted cups lieiu Dy neighboring towns.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PYRMONT MURDER Urquhart's Trial Commenced: (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

Urquhart's Trial Com menced iu.! : (BY WIRE) ■ ; : 1 Sydnoy, Monday Evening . The trial of Robert Norman Urqu hart, 30, a wliarf laborer, on'a .charge of 'having murdered his wifo, Janot Urquliart, at -Pyrmbnt.on, NovemJjeri i 20, was 'commenced at the ' Criminal;, i Court .to-day. ' ,i The Crown case was that accused struck his wife, on the head with an axe inflicting fatal injuriees. i It was admitted by ;tho Crown that there was no direct evidence against! .Urcjuhrt.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' PROVIDENT FUND £228 12s 6d Nett Raised Locally [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' PROVIDENT FUND , £228 12s 6d Nett Raised Locally - The final meeting of Hie local com mittee was held at the Memorial I-Iall last Friday night. Mr. W. G. Butler presided ,and there were also present Messrs J. Duffy, G. Histoii, It. 13. Blpore, G. W. Cussen, J. Frank, J. W. Parker, anil Mesdames N. J. Tait and W. G. Butier. • The Treasurer, Mr. Cussen/report ed tliat the receipt of the Fancy Fair totalled £275 9s <ld„ comprising dona toins of cash £42 16s, raffle of musical box £6 lis, chocolate wheel £G3, housie £18 9s 3d, roll down game £10 (is 3d, produce stall £14 lis, jumble stall £14 6s 3d, ice cream stall £5 10s 7d, auo tion of sheep £50 15s, auction'of ..fram ed photograph of V.C's. £9 9s (both by Mr. C. E. Wallder). The extjen ture was £1C IBs. 10d, of which £2S 7s was spent on the purchase of choco lates. The nett. balance was £22S 12s. The report was received and adopt ed, and the Hon. Treasurer and Sec retary were directed to forward a che qu...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

HOSPITAL DANCE In this issue Messrs. Dickenson ana Jones announce the liplding of a dance in aid of the funds of the Dis trict Hospital in. the Masonic Hall ; oil Wednesday evening, 28 th' ins:. Tickets- are priced at 3/- and 2/-. •. v

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FARMERS IN POLITICS Local Branch "Foots the Bill" Conference at Narrandera [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

I FARMERS IN POLI TICS Local Branch "Foots the Bill" Conference at Narran dera "Once upon a time you said thai, this was not a political organisation." 1 The above remark was made by Mr. F. A. Baker, at. the meeting of the Wyalong branch of the Farmers and Settlers'Association on Saturday after noon .when a letter was read from :Mr. H. H, Cuthbert (hon. sec.) stating that a meeting of the F. and S. Associa tion and Country Party would be. held at. Narraiidera on 27th inst., for the purpose of forming a Iliyerina Elec torate Council of the Country Party of Now South Wales, and asking each branch to send two delegates. The Chairman (Mr. C. J. M. Thomas) explained that the F. and-'S. Associa tion was allied to the Country Party of New South Wales,.and it was their wish to see, that Party win. Tlioy re cognised that if they did not have* some force to work in conjunction with them it would be useless to ex-: pect effect to be given the Recommen dations submitted by the branches to Confe...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R.S.S.I.L.A. Ball at Weethalle [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

R-.S.S.I.L/A. Ball at Weethalle Mr. I-I. Hassall, Hon., -/ieorotary,' writes:—"Members -of, tho Weelhalle.j sub-branch of the Returned Sol.lionj' League desire to expiess their thanhs to •'•Mr. Hart for his gononwjt'.r,. -iu al lowing them the use of'his hall .on (lie i bccasion of the, Diggers' Ball on the 29th ult." ' j

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HINKLER IN MELBOURNE Welcomed by 70,000 (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

HINKLER IN MEL ; BOURNE Welcomed by 70,000 t - ■ ■ i (BY WIRE) llE) Sydney, Monday Evening Bert Hinlcler arrived 'at Melbourne yesterday afternoon. rre landod ' on the Flenmlnglon racecourse and was welcomed by a crowd of 70,000. , I I

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THE "RED ROSE" Delayed at Koepang (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

Delayed at Koepang (BY WIRE) ' Sydney,.Monday Evening Owing to the flooded state, of the landing ground Captain Lancaster and"Mrs".Miller, who are flying the "Red Rose,"' did' not leave ICoepang in time for Darwin yesterday. They may bo held up for some days. . •

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BAIL REFUSED Shooting Affray (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

BAIL REFUSED, Shooting Affray s:. ~~——" ; ' i. v (BY WIRE) • <- •;.Sydney; 'Monday. Evening 4* ; Tlio^rolaglslrato refused: bail to-duy when- Francis: McNeill, 26, a laborer, Was remanded at tho Central ' police court on. a charge * of; having shot at Frederick- K.-'Smlth ; onvIMday' night Svltli intent to*murder, him. ' , ';

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FARMER KILLEED Car Falls 60ft Over Cliff (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

: f ARMER K1LLEED Car Falls 60ft Over Cliff (BY WIRE) 1 Sydney, Monday Evening • Herbert Castle, a -well known far mor 'of Paisley,' South • Australia was kllle'd when a car fell ■00 feet oveiv a cliff Into the river- Mur ray. It Is beleived that h went to sleep at the wheel. . ;' II leaves a widow and' fourteen children. - , i i |

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

■, ,.f ' CRUMBS ' -villi !or is given that tho extoi::ivo cic.-i'lng sale ;of Mrs. "Iiyol] :; turn, .tin; anil effects will bo 'conducted by C. E. WaRder & Co. 'and1'.!. O. McUorie on Friday next, 23rd hist. *■ ' ! C.' E. • Walldor. & Co. and II. C. ^Dryden will hold .their spocial horse saie at ITngarie on Friday next, 23ra Jnst;, when tliey will yard 50 head oC extra good draught finares and geld ings. Most of these will be sold on liberal terms. .J'rl--f- v. tfi'At the ; Ungarie". special horse sale on*'Friday. i\ext,:C. E. Walldor & Co. and JI. C. Dryden will offer on ac count ot Fred Ellis 12 splewlul 'draught horses, fanning plant., har ness etc. As Mr. Ellis has leased liis, property, everything is for absolute sale. " ''!■ i «•: . C. E. AValldor1 & Co. will hold a "special horse salo at West Wyalong on Friday, 30th: March. Only a limit iVdOiumber of ..entries will be taken for this salo. ■ -X* C. E. Walldor & Co's Lalco Car go Hi go Ma...

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"YOU NEVER KNOW A WOMAN" [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

"YOU NEVER KNOW A WOMAN" porhniis a; more likeable story, ■ With such a great caste/than "Yon i-Novor ■Know AVomon," lms not -yet itiboon screened. Florence . Vidor, Clive .Brook and Lowell Sherman are more i than wonderful In portraying their i- respective rolos. The story Is of tlio |lpvo of two jnembors of a vaudeville troupo! .The woman in the case is only vawakened to tlio call of lovo when a " man pretends to have committed 'euicido. "The. rest of the story must "1)0; kept-socret until you see it unfold 'fld1 lii''a•; inost • novel way at the Kl® .Tiieairo'' on Wednesday, 21st. March. '

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"IT" PICTURED Elinor Glyn's Novel [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

^T" PICTURE!) r* Elinor Glyn's Novel , Clara Bow and Antonio Moreno, the star and leading man in "It,v the; Paramount picture to be sliown at. the Rio Theatre on Thursdaynight,' •: March- 22, have been . declared by Elinor Glyn who wrote the story : to_ possess "It. What is it? To disclose the ini/eaning would take: the inter-' est out of the picture in which it can. be assured that the meaning is given.'; in a most interesting way. ■ Tlien-lfto" make a .great night's^,entertainment;" greater, there is the; peerless Plor-* once Vidor, whose rise to prominence in the movie world is nothing-shorco of meteoric, who will banish your' tears in her latest creation tor the screen, "Afraid to Love". In support er Miss Vidor is Clive Brook, who is. so well known to the, followers of good picture . entertainment. Don't fail to see the snappy farce which is adapted from the play "Tho Marriage of Kitty", which was played to cx;: ceptional audiences in Australia by Miss Marie Tempest.

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WAGGA SHEEP MARKET High Prices for Fats [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

WAGGA'. SHEEP MARKET High Prices for Fats The Wagga Associated Selling Agents report having held their usual fortnightly slieep sale at the Municip al Saleyards.cn the 15th inst.„ wiieii there was a total of 1G.SOO, compris ing 2152 fats and 14,738 stores. Fats penned were medium quality, prime iqt all clases were 'scai-ce, and in con sequence of this and keen local de mand values i rose 2/- to 3/- on last days rates. Tlieso values held-firm for all quality penned, a total clear ance being affected. Stores yardeor were good average quality. A good demand again ruled for good lines of young slieep and Aveaners, values for these being unaltered, although com petition was a little erraticrOlder aiiG plainer quality! were a shade easier than; last day. 'Buyers were present from.. .Melbourne, Albury, Ardlethac, Junee, Loclthart, Marrar, Coolamon, and, surrounding districts, and rep. resentative's of the local trade.'

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