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QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
QUOTATIONS .. 11 ' . .. " "*l Fats:- Wethers 38/1, 30/7, 29/10, 20/4, 2D/1, 28/10', 27/, 26/7; Ewes, 20/7, 24/7 23/1 22/, 20/; Lambs, 33/7 2G/1 25/4( 23/10. ' 1 Stores; Merino wethers, two and four tootli to 23/1; six tooth to 26/G; comeback wotlicrs, two tooth, to 23/4, merino ewes, four to six tooth 27/11; merino weaners; 24/, 23/7, 22/7; come back weaners, 20/, 23/3 23/1; cross brod wcanors, 25/10, 24/1, 22/0. ,
BAD ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
BAD ROAD vMr. F. A. Baker moved, Mr. A. B. Grellman seconded, and it was carried that the road' running from the east ern portion of the racecourse gato; to ; Roberts', property, thence to Sccaleys . corner, lie attended to by the Shiro Council at once as it is in a deplor-. able condition. The above moions will bo forwarded to to tlie lweetinK on the District Coun cil to be held in West Wyalong :on Tuesday, 27tli Inst; v Other' mattors :■ discussed at " tho meeting aro published elsewliore in tills issue. . * : | Read proKramme in this issua. JTok. pilal Picnic Haccs, Wednesday, _ 2Stli . March. '-, ( ; > -
GOVERNMENT ADOPTS BUSINESS METHODS IN BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
GOVERNMENT ADOPTS BUSINESS METHODS IN BUDGET. - A'memorandum dealing with tliu suggestions of tlie Commonwealth Auditor-General (Mr. ,C. J.Cerutty) in. his report on the Treasurer's accounts tor the year 1028-27 has been laid oil the table of the House of Represent atives. The memorandum contains: a rcomnsendation by the Government, against the adoption of the Auditor General's suggestion, and an order by the Governor-General that the sug gestions be not adopted is attached to the memorandum. In the course or the memorandum reference is made to the Auditor General's criticism or th way in which various accounts were presented' in the Treasurer's financial statement, and lengthy reas ons are set out to support tlie method adopted by the Treasurer 'in present ing the accounts. It Is pointed out. that the Auditor-General, in one sec tion of his report, contended that tho balance of all sums transferred from' revenue to trust funds for expendit ure in a subsequent year were really surpl...
A MODERN BRAKING SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
A . MODERN BRAKING ■ SYSTEM In these days of congested traffic it is becoming increasingly important to be able to stop a car quickly.' Safety instant control, are absolutely necess ary factors to be considered when: purchasing a hew car. And it is just as essential that this positive control be incorporated in a light four or six-cylinder car as in the larger ones. The chief characteristics of the 4 wheel brakes on the Overland Whip pet are:- 1 1 A smooth, quick stop, "without jar, jerlc, skid, slew or sideslip. 2 Positive and certain action from a slight pressure of the foot on the brake pedal, together with instant re lease when that pressure, is removed. 3 An even braking action perfectly controlled by foot pressure, without, grab or shock, a retarding force firm and constant. 4 A silent, velvet-smootli action, no chatter, saueal, .or other noise. . 5 Utter dependability, self equal isation, ease of adjustment-all entirely unaffected; by changes of weather or variations of road ...
WEIGHBRIDGE CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
WEIGHBRIDGE CHARGE Mr. S. U. Marshman move&lt;p that the 3d." per ton for weighbridge charges be abolished. I-Ie pointed out that farmers had to lodge a sum oE £1 and then cut it out. The present is the first year the system had been in troduced. In order to collect tlieir money, farmers in ,his locality had to travel from Yiddah to Barmedman to do so. : The chairman explained- that a lot of the weighbridges were no use at ail. The matter was dicussed at the last F .and S. Conference when it was de cided-that where 20,OOO^bags were sup plied it was better for the farmers to pay the 3d; per ton; ' ' ' Mr. Gagie said that the remarks or the Chairman were alright from a' Railway Commissioners point of view. The 3d. per ton charge was only , one of the mnay things, which were bann ed on from the Railway Commissioners to the farmers. It might appear good business, but it was really one of the things which was "handed over" when the Commissioners showed a deficit. It was the crude...
MONEY DUST Worth £5000 a Year [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
MONEY DUST v^rtK £5000 a Year A now process,, which will save £5000 !a year out of the coal dust; at the Electricity Commissioners' Brl qiietting Factory at Yallourn, Victoria •will'be in operation in a month's> f time. 1 Formerly tlio fino dust incidental to the manufacture of briquettes was collected by water and .allured. Al- , though this system.was most efficient at the . timo, it has now beon supor- j seded . by- the' electric process,:'the plant for which-Is now being '.'install-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
I &lt;0 Having made arrangements with a x leading Syldney Manufacturer to make T Suits to my Specifications, by the ¥ TEAM SYSTEM, I can now offer a | .Well-made, accurate-fit- J ting- SUIT to YOUR | MEASURE. | + J The advantages you get are M£A- T SURED AND FITTED by a PRACTI- ¥ CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive J stock of the - £ % LATEST IN SUITINGS % This Department Is In addition and £ entirely separate from my X High Grade Made on the I * Premises Suits I WESYWYALONG t EXPERT TAILOR, * ' * The House of Quality, Value and Style. WE HAVE A VERY ATTRACTIVE VELQUR COATS—An extensive range In the new Crossover ShapeB, which are novel and distinctive for the coming seasons. All new shades. ^ • ■7' ' LADIES FROCKS.—Wool Crepe de Chene, Repps,.Charmelatnos, and Flannels, are Sail excellent value. ' ' MILLINERY SPECIALS.—Felts and Velours, shapes are the "craze," lor the coming season. We are showing all the' smartest shades. A very flno range. ' , . ; ':(i i .i Exclusive Paisle...
SPARE TRUCKS In Local Railway Y[?] [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
spai?e teucrz: In iocal Eailv^y -Yarib ' Mr. ..t; i?rim!s, ' !v,r:re:,'ry ol West■ Wyr.long. CfcajutJ'ir &lt;#?: Cc'Tavnerco ;IVi's:>ccci.veCl the'ioilo\vrfu; iptier 'iron; Hib Southern Arcs'-GarciaLieiope? inrr£~ pty r.t.o..rG!)]-ar:eatat!orii: made by ■ tlv:; Chamber' /' ■ ■■■.' "Wth rpfgronoo to:my iottor at'- tli.0 ii)Bt-,!-Sh;rcgard;'to your riitjuoist,Jor.. aqcKiiiln /number- of' .truck's lH»inp; vc:-; ai .'Central:AVyaloi'.K durinr; iUe wool and'&lt;Svljeii't suason, I bog' lo in '.Jena' yew-1,-lirU. I will din'euss'.tUjs :iaat:; (ci^Avllli yo uoii any.:next-.visit to Vy'cst AVy aion £, of w hi en. :y o u 'will-- be. cjvfely ■ &lt;;Uo //notice.— -Voiu'3' lailhi'iilly,, J.., ■!>'■ ILEI0, Southern Area CoimnisaipiieiV
DODGE BROS. MOTOR BODY WORK [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
'.'6 is • •charftQl'crisUc;. oii,;.lhe .Siandar ■Stjli. ^aiotoi'S.' .Lir.nt.cid Umi; tliey. bay-;. qor.,ti»u;Uly Improved1; tlie updy : wqilc •iuaf/$tcd 'tb^Dqdge• BrbJlicya prpgueta;. ■ ai:tVj-'p'3i5iiapa!i'n:ost beautiful body bud "i)cen''it!c)!:*gntd in •years v.'iii :!ve £ouiul pri• ifcf 'Xassi.uyltiilu? .tonrlas' i ear U3; i:o\v laauvwi-Oil,:;! £2y5.' : '^'v&riisi'iii'in bVoadS^HjeK ivyiyllr-es^inl'tniiKiiGd in a-;Yav.'oly-^r-[ , tints ,r.nd -.ispkolgUircU. rriUr veai; leather, ...Uie'KO., ji:-b:3; :\\roulcl : ;«p:'credU • ;:to, 'a car soiling ','ati £200 lei vioOO more ilian'. Dodgiv Brothers fo.ur , " •cylinfieiV ;tiJlO.; ... .:■ :;i £36' popular Ur.fl thiij lino vlicco'snc1' wi|.!i .count ry:: buyers' llii-.i-it .isnot \ia-' . scnianon to .r,co ten:tc ■ twijaiy' 'Jabs' •diiyoii'itivay daily l.o'tbocairatry lirpiii' iiSb,:>voviis of l.lio SttindardiDiid. Motors;: Lirn!t6d, Dortr-e Park^A^lIiCiid. ■ / .' ;y■ '1'Jio'.;.local"- d'onle.v.;-Mj\ ' A. '; bind not;, will.:...
MOTIONS FOR CONFERENCE Railway Administration Silos and Weighbridges [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
MOTIONS FOR CON FERENCE Railway Administration , Silos and Weighbridges Mr. D. A. Gagie, speaking at the annual general meeting of tlie Wya Iong branch of the 1&lt;\ and S. Associat ion/on Saturday, moved "that a res olution bo forwarded to the District Council to be held on 27tli Inst., ask ing tliat the railway yards lie opened for the receival of wheat from 7 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., and that the Silo Board be asked to have the silos ready for the receival of wheat during the same hours." They all realised what a con venience this would be away from the sweltering sun, bush fires,' etc. As if. was only for two months in the year, surely the Rrjilway Commissioners would do that much for the farmers. The Railway Commissioners were not to blame in-the matter, but the Gov ernment for forcing the conditions upon them. At present it was a verit able night-mare for the farmers to go to the yards with their wheat. Mr. S. R. Marshman thought that if this change was brought into force it...
UNEMPLOYMENT Premier's Proposed Conference Information Sought from Rural Districts DISCUSSION BY F. AND S. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
UNEMPLOYMENT Premier's Proposed Con ference Information Sought ; from Rural Districts DISCUSSION BY F. AND S. ASSOCIATION Dealing with a communication re . ceived from . Mr. T. R; Bavin (Pre-, mier) who proposes calling a confer once; ot employers and employees in an effort to discover ways and moans of' combating the present unemploy ment .'.difficulty, Mr. A. Elliott at the annual meeting of the Wyalong branch of. the F. and S. Association on Satur day, said .that the Workers' Compen sation Act was passed by the last State Government. -The position now was that when a man let a contract to . another, and if the- employee did not work up to the 14/ per day stand ard, lie hail the right to claim that wage from his employer, which show ed that an employer to-day must be very cautious as to whom he employ ed'." 'in the Riverina district recsntly a case came before the court wherein the'contractor recovered a considerable sum from his employer, when, as a matter of fact, the work had n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
rem tFUJL ilim , A IBEBJLEI BERLEI CORSET, 604.—For heavy figure with big hips. On handsome peach silk broche with elastic sections at waist. Reinforced over abdomen. Fit ted wit hsix suspenders. Sizes: 24-36in. and 37-40in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 439.—For med ium figures of average prooprtions. In pink striped rep wit helastic sections over hips and at waist in front. Light ■ boning imparts gentle control. Four suspenders. Sizes: 25-36in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 464.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with elastic sections over hips and all round top, to ensure per-" > feet freedom. Lightly boned back and front. Fitted with four suspenders./ Sizes 20-30in. • * BERLEI WRAP ON, 5B1 —For heavy figure, which desires control of the ab /domen.' Planned in pink: P.ekin stripe, with elastic sections over hips and underarm at waist. Slightly raised front, well boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36in. BERLEI CORSELETTE, 6046.—Im parts beautiful lines from above bust to below hips ...
£3,500,000 SILOS Farmers' Lack of Support [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
Farmere- :;L'ack of Support Tho 110:1 uao by fanners ct the ccst fy':.wheat' a'i'Ics'pi-ay Ms'd.iiy /the bov&iv racmt' at ■tJiolv request -.wasfa chief ciift--. ie.:i U il'seustian yby liio %^^cau';.:^pn£6rcuct^, ^ai.^qi'jjp.s. I Tito iJiiiy1"solution addanced'?■ tth3:.-:-tisa e^; ■ talilialuneivt. bf'-aj'^cp^uisbry'^hca'c ycol, under • which- full u;-:o .y/oidd#)p: made of the i;ullt-h"&i(l'iipg . ays torn-. ; v -Wo have henrd;^ i'A a!>£>ut,,>tixfc obligation 01! the';ObvcrrihioiicUo ;£ui'v mors in the Dalit;, e jtid' l\l£ ■&■!&&& manager -o£ ; tlip.:.Goyirhmnt;^ Elevators, at: conxvjreuL-G • of.I the? central western.••CUtrictVtbjaiiches'-\oi: Uie Agricultural, liai-i-au.'. . "But .l'arnikjva','!; bo padded; • ."shofiia :ilso bear in mintl their oljlisatloii'to ;dio Government in connceticn .."no delivery of their wheat;,.toy] tho . viilos. ."Much cf the opposition to. ll'.'i;. vIIok," he (aid,: '^vas. ijascd bn . iiit:.'. :...
PIG MARKET STRONGER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
PIG MARKET STRONGER "Wlnchcombe. Carson Mil. report: - Supplies at Tuesday's Sydnoy- pig1 sales totalled only 800.head. Tho small offerings gave zest. to bidding. Prices for . porkers and: baconers displayod - Improvomorit',; values for •>;. bnoc>nerB\ ■lieUVJ firm:' Baclffatters I'onlisod : 70/"r 7D/-, porkors 32/- to G5/. j ' ,,, i
£50 FINE Had Loaded Revolver Many Convictions [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928
£50 FINE Had Loaded Revolver Many- Convictions Referred to by the pollco as a bail character ami against whom thorc were many previous convictions. Wal j ter Naugliton, aged 33, a laborer, was lined at the Central Police Court the maximum penalty—£50 or six months hard labor—for having had an .un licensed levolver in his possession. The Magistrate, Mr. Lnldlaw, said that Naugliton was lucky that lie did not have the revolver in Ills possession when lie was arrested, otherwise lie would have sent him to gaol.