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THE GOVERNMENTS GOOD WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

THE GOVERNMENTS GOOD WISHES.' From the Secretary of State for the1' Colonies :—" Her Majesty's Govern ment. send cordial greetings to the ; Commonwealth of Australia. They welcome lier to lier place among the Nations united under Her Majesty's Sovereignty, and confidently anticipate for the new Federation a future of ever increasing prosperity and influence. " They recognise in tho long-desired consummation of tho hopes of patriotic Australians a further step in the direc tion of tho permanent unity of ther British Empire, and' they are satisfied that the wider powers arid' responsibili ties henceforth secured to Australia will give fi'csU opportunity for the displny of that generous 'loyalty and devotion to the Throne and 'Empire which has characterised tho action in the past of its several States,"

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Picnic at Back Creek. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Picnic at Back Creek. (CONTRIBUTED.) An invitation picnic took place at Back' Creek on New Year's Day— organised by Wyalong residents—and a large party attended. The pleasure seekers made a start about 7 a m. in a dosvn pour of rain, -which made matters very uncomfortable—but tho convey ances (lour cabs) proved sufficient to keep the living freight from receiving a soaking. Everyone spent a pleasant day, hut their joy was to a certain extent marred ay a little excitement. One o£ the cabs took tho wrong track, which caused the temperature of some of the young ladies to rise, and made them " wish they had not started"—so much that the driver was asked to return liOiiie. ' Majority ruled, how ever, and their wishes were not com plied with. Eventually the right road was struck, and all then became merry—the rendezvous being reached about mid-day. Another amusing, though exciting, incident also took place on the picnic ground. Two young ladies wished to have a swing on some branches of a...

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

| Mosquitoes and IPever. Tho ' Philadelphia Medical Journal' publishes a report of experiments made by surgeons of the United Stages army in Cuba demonstrating that yellow fever is conveyed by a mosquito —Culex Fasciatus. Three surgeons bitten by mosquitoes in the course of of the experiment suffered from the disease, and one has died. The experi ments are recorded as fairly conclusive. The horuo of the species of mosquito mentioned in the despatch is known to be Cuba, where it is very troublesome in the rainy season. The experiment underlak.ni for the Colonial Office by the Loncion School of Tropical Medi cine, to t.-st the theory that the germ of nialari i is inoculated by the mos quitoes, li is nosv terminated. It has proved compl9tely successful. The experimenters, Drs. Pauibon and Low, lived for months of the miliaria! season in one of (.lie most • malarial spots of the Roman Cumpagna. They slept in a hut provided with the wire gauze screens over the windows, and took" care not...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

The Testimony of Mrs. MARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuaa, Guildford, near Sydnay. (given to OUR keporteb.) Our reporter- recently met with Mr . Maraaret Hawkes, accoucheuse and muse, "Klldford-Stition (N.S.W.) who ad ministers to the wants of the cstmt. Mi • Hawkes is well-known and gr''u® the vrhole'country round. She ^ 0 reporter moat affidsly and said, I hai ° Repeatedly Becommonded aud Tircscrihed Clomeuta Tonic for my patici^, and it certainly was °f " in every ease whore I advised its us . have invariably found," she contmued, 11 Clements. Tonio to be A ReliatJle KemetJy, and particularly useful in restoring the strength of ladies after their confinement^ Hie system theu iB much weakened, and to nerdoct to give a restorative 13 a seiions mistake. Before I became acquainted with • the belief) to to be derived from the use oi Clements Tonic I tried many of tWbo ctwled strengthening remedies _ and othii , rubbish the makers oall tonics, but J found they were of j No Uss at A3S, and oft...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Sidney, Fric?ay, k -Lord Hopetoun sent £20 to thp { victims of tho gun accident which happened to tho Imperial troopers at Moore Park. At Gundngai yesterday, a child; was burned to death. Its clothes wore set; alight while playing with matches. A. Broken Hill miner named Charles Ticrnin was seriously injured through, being kicked by a trooper's horse at the Military review at Moore Park. Owing to a dispute about pillar rates, a strike has occurred at Woonona Col liery. The Lyne Wheel Race heats were. run at the Sydney cricket ground last night. Amongst those qualified to take part in the finals are Martin, Forbes, Lawson, Megson, Morgan, Gordon, and Ivor. Lawson's (the. American champion) riding evoked intense enthusiasm, being the fastest, cyclist since the appearance of Zimmer man. The Commemoratiou lunch was par taken of by about 800 . commercial representatives at the Town Kail' last night. Mr. Reid had a splendid re ception. On Monday next Mr. Reid loaves for Melbourne, and on....

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

From the Front. The following letter hag been re ceived by Mr. D. Hughes from Mr. C. S. Saunders, acting Church of Eng land Chaplain to the forces, dated from Kronstad hospital. The letter refers to Trooper C. Hughes, who was a member of the West Wyalong Rifle" Club:— No. 3 Gen. HoSpital, Kroonstad, Orange River Colony, S.A., Nov. 22nd, 1900. Dear Sir,—I am writing to you on behalf of your brother, Trooper 0. Hughes,-No. 157,N.S.W. Mfcd. Tnf't'y., who (the telegraphic communication with this country will wo doubt have made you aware) was wounded last week near Rhenoster Kop. He is unable to write himse'f as his wounds are—right arm broker above the elbow, and flesh wounds in part of both thighs. He is, however, doing very nicely, and asks me to tell you " the doctor says he is going on 1st class." He is very plucky and bright, and says he feels no pain to speak of, and that the doctors and nursery staff are kindness itself. He hopes shortly to be able to write himself, and he wishes...

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

Rainfall. ! Mr. Black, Postmaster, Wyalong, kindly supplies tho following record of rainfall, registered at the Post Office, Wyalong, for the year 1900 :— - Points. Mo. Day January .... 2 February 2 March 7 April 7 Muv 4 J una ........ 7 July 6 August 6 September .. 3 October .... ... Nil Fovombor .. 1 Decomber ., 40 2. Total 1738 46

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Impenetrable Armor. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Impenetrable Armor. Some important experiments are being made at Iierr Krupp's works at Essen, Westphalia, witli ii new armor shield, which, ifc is claimed, is impene trable A now metal- (saya the Lon don "Daily Express"), lighter, and of softer consistency than steel, is joined, or soldered to a plate of steel. Fired at with the two plates held firmly together by screws,' bi* with the two metals soldered together, and'the steel face turned to t.he attr.ck, thft.missiles penetrated easily, making clean-cut holes. Fired at, however, with the two metals soldered together, but with the new metal turned to-the attack, the missiles failed to do anything but spread and break themselves over the surface of the outside softer metal. Various distances were operated from without effect, tho combination of metals being impregnable. The in ventor of the amalgunr is an English man. and he has been occupied for' years in bringing it to its present state -of perfection, that has now proved it effe...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

i'Y " GdO-KK.''' 'Have you- any novelties ?' asked a visitor at the turnstiles of Melbourne Exhibition Buildings last week. • Plenty of 'em' replied tlio doorkeeper, cherily as he ushered tha customer in. At the top step of the dome, he .realised that all men are not liars. A truly novel, exhibit was displayed before him. It was the Trustees' Secretary hanging dead as a door nail, ooo Already, there is the devil to play in New Zealand because Auckland and Wellington'alone arc to receive a visit from the Duke of York. Dunedin and Clnistchuruh will be out in the cold in mora ways than one next winter unless present arrangements are altered. ooo Sydney burglars are much annoyed over the free-trade tactics of inter colonial craftsmen, and think that the N.S.W. police should enforce the policy of protection to local industries' which the other colonies enjoy ! Further, the hotel-bar Ders complain that owing to the exhorbitant charges for hotel accommodation' visitors are scarcely worth o...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 5 January 1901

Land and Inoomo Tax Officii, Custom House, Sydney, ISth December, 1900. LAND AND -INCSME TAX ASSESS MJiNT ACP OP lS'Jo. OTICE is hereby given, undor section 30 of the above Act, that lleturns of Income received during the year 1900 for the purposes of the assessment of Income Tax for the ;yenr 1901 are required to be furnished to the Commissioners of Taxation, at their office,, on or before the second day of February. 1901, and ail persons who are in receipt of income, and all persons liable under the provisions of tho Act in any representative capacity to furnish returns for the purposes aforesaid, are hereby in formed that the prescribed Forms and Returns are now available, and may bo obtained (except those for Companies) on application- at any Post Office, Police Office-, Custom House, SaUway Station, and tho Office of any Clerk of Petty Sessions in New South Wales, Stain}} Duties Office, Phillip street, Sydney, or at tho Taxation 0ffi.ee, Cus tom House, Sydney. Forms for Compani...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

For Private Sale. 1 Ladies' Second hand BICYCLE 6 Gents' do do I Gent's No \v Bicycle Largo quantity of Fittings, Pumps, Lamps', etc., MUST BE SOLD TOrCLEAR ■the Agency. I Second hand SULKT and Harness, good order, £10. 3 Light HARNESS HORSES CYANIDE PLANT, .weekly capacity 40 tons, CHEAP. 3 Stamp Prospecting BATTERY, weekly ■ capacity up to 20 tons £25 Two roomed w.b and iron HOTJSE, new, l' SPRING VAN and HARNESS. 2 COTTAGES, with land paled in, at West Wyalong. 2,000 acres high-grade AGfWCUL TJRAL LAND—securely fenced in and sub-divided j comfortable residence, good sheds, and large water supply. B, A. COLLIE, AUCTIONEER, WEST WYALONG. Government Notices Land and Income Tax Office, Custom House, Sydney, ISth December, 19CO. LAND AND INCSME TAX ASSESS MENT ACT OP 1S95. TvJ OTICE is hereby given, under section XN 30 of the above Act, that Returns of Income received during the year HJOu for the purposes of the assessment of Inc ome Tax for the year 1901 are required to ue furnished ...

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A Lucky Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

A Lucky Visitor, j ' Visitors to tho the Cyclorama during the coming holidays will have enough for their money. In addition to the ni.u velious Cyclorama, and the now long list of the bewildering Illusions, the latest addition being the "Topsy Turvey" chamber, whioli is causing so much excitement at present ab the Paris Expositon—fclie latci* and much improved Lumiere Cinematograph has been installed, with a large number of new spectacular and amusing .films A splendid wind fall is also provided for some lucky visitor in the shape of one of the Singer Manufacturing Co.'s latest improved Family Sewing Ma chines, which cost £13, but some lucky Cyclorama visitor will get it for nothing—decidedly cheap. There is also a second and third .prize.

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Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

;j -Farmers' and. Settlers' ■§ -Association. The following further acknowledg ment has been received by the above Association from the Government of India; for donations of wheat, etc., from the farmers of New South Wales. From H. E. V. Arbuthnot, Esq., I.C.S., Under-Secretary to the Government of India. To the Manager, Farmers' a in! Settler?' 'Cooperative Association, Sydney. •Calcutta, 21st Nov., 1900. Sir,—I am directed to acknowledge tlic receipt of your letter, -'dated the 2Sth September, 1900, to His Excel lency' the "Viceroy, advising ' the des patch of further consignments of wheat distributed' by your association for the .relief of the famine-stricken people of; In di«. In reply, I am directed to inforni you tba.t the Executive Committee of the Indian Famine Charitable Belief Fund have been asked to receive and dispose'of the consignments, and I am to request that the acknowledg menbs; of the Government of India iriay .'be conveyed to the donors for •their kind and sympath...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

■Tlie Wheat Market. Messrs. H. R. Carter and Co., A Sydney, report as under :— Business in wheat during the past ■ fortnight has, in common with other s line.} of merchandise, been interfered :s with considerably by the holidays, A >} fair trade has been done, however, at .( prices ranging from 2s Gkd to 2s 7cl ex j • Darling Harbor for medium to good i; new wheat; for medium qualities the ; market stands at 2s 5d to 2s 5£d. The latest report from the London market m . was that the feeling there was easier 'i and prices dropping. Quotations are 2s 6d to 2s 0£d. The Melbourne market is reported easier—the best i prices obtainable there now being ij 2s 3Jd. The Adelaide market also i stands at about this figure. Chickwheut is selling at from 2s 2d up to 2s 4;$d, according to quality.

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Fighting a Hailstorm. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

PigtLting a Hailstorm. The vine growers of Southern Fiance protect their vineyards against hail storms hy attacking the approaching storm clouds with volleys from powder ■ charged carmon, until the cloud is finally dissipated and the danger to . the crop is averted. This practice of shooting at the clouds originated ill . Italy,.and was known in France over 1100 years ago, says United States Consul Covert, at Lyons, in a report upon this subject to the State depart ment, but it is to be more extensively employed this year than ever before Fifty-two cannon, manned by 104 cannoneers- and their chiefs, have • bsen distributed over an area of 2.500 acres of rich vine land. A high point ■ is selected as the central post of ob ■ servation. At the approach of the destructive hail cloud a shot is fired ■ •from'this post, and-at-the signal all the remaining cannon are fired, twice a minute a first, and then more slosvty ■ after .the first ten shots. This "bombarding of the heavens" is in var...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BBIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

BBIEF JTEMS. All the local solicitors were away during the holidays. But ns it hap pened nobody required an able cle fcncce. The first .issue of the " Common weath Guzotte " reached us Inst week. It is similar to the N.S.W. Govern ment Gazette. ■ Victorian cricketers defeated South Australia in the watch at Sydney last week.^ So far the Victorians hold the Premiership. The Commonwealth cel.elirati.piiu have i)nidr the country towns as flat as a.panpjike. •,.There is hardly any life left at all. Some new developments in mining are spoken of to take place as.soon'as the holidays are over. Hospital ^Committee nomination on lGth Jan. The old Committee has done good work and it is hoped tho new will be as good, " The murderers of Baron Von teler, late (3ernian Minister at Pekin, have been d°capitated on the scene' of their crime. , Several thousand Chinese. jjeg^lnr troop3 are menacing 560.of.the jireiich troops near Ching-ting-fu. All the British newspapers contain references to the ina...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A Villiage Christening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

-A Villiag© Christening. | • What name do you give this child V asked the clergyman. 'John Ananias Jones,'replied the proud father of fclie kicking infant, >yho was about to be christened. . 11 refuse to christen the child in the name of Ananias. Bo you know who ^.tiELiiiaa was?' protested the clergy 'No, I don't ; an'I don't care who ■lie was,' replied the father. 'But he was the greatest liar in ©ible history ?' said the shocked clergy man. 'Never you mind,' retorted the ;£ather; ' my kid ain't no liar. 1 wants v'im named Ananias 'cos I likes the sound of it.' ' I won't do it 1' said the clergyman determinedly. 'I will christen the child. John Hezokiah Jones !' And he •■did so, sprinkling water on the infant's face wiih the utterance of each name. ' An'I rubs out the middle splash,' S'lid the father, just as determined, as ■. he first wiped the water off his off spring's nose with his coat sleeve, and rafter wards sprinkled more on. ' an' I christens the kid John Ananias Jones....

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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St. Barnabaa' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

St. BarnaHns' West Wyalong. Jftn.0, 7.30 p.m, Rovfcl W Ttsitton. •Jan. 13, 7.30 p.m, Mr. W E Bannister. Jan. 20, 11 a.m, Holy Communion, Rev O W Rntten ; ^.80 p.in, Mr. Bannistor. . J an. .27, 7.3U p.m, Rev Q "W Ratten. _ Jan. 11, Wamboyno. 3.30 p.m," Rev G W Ratton. Jnn. 13, Ir'a'-don, 11 a.m, Rev G W Ratten, . Jan. 27, Eia,Tat!a, 3 p.m. Rev G W Batten. G. W. Ratten, Incumbent.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. MORE TROOPS FOR S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

Telegraphic, iS.vdnev, Tuesda}'. MORE TROOPS FOR S.A. At a meeting of Stato Premiers hold in Sydney yesterday afternoon, it was lecided to offer the I uperial Govern ment a fresli contingent of 2300 men Eor South Africa. Sir William Lyno cabled to Mr. Chamberlain stating that the Austra lians would he ready by the end of the month, but lie also gave Mr. Chamber lain to understand that our soldiers must have the option of returning after a certain time.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. Jim. 6, 11 a.ra, Holy Communion, Rev G , W Ksttoh ; 7.30 p.m, Mr. J. Channbn. >•'. Jan. 18, 7.30 p.m. Rev G W Ratten. 1 Jan. 20, 7.30 p m, Rov <& W Rattem Jan. 27,11 a.m, Rev & W Rutten; 7.30 p.m, Mr. J Channon.

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