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A GOOD CLIP From Barmedman District [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

A GOOD CLIP'.' 'From Bariiiedsiieii - (;whDistTict, | . ' —- » 7 . ■ | . The following prlccs were-obt:;lnc-.5 •at-; Goldsborough Mori & Co'a. .'veceiit i.sule on account oE l^iessra, I). ?and 1/; I-Mclvor, ''Ashtoroth," IJatmectairo/Jvhu nott return per sheop bo'.srr 20/0:-— AAAI! & IV. 231(1; A AH it ^21i<l, [ 1st com E'21iJtl; -Jsl com-W^-Ufa-obo .13? 2 lid, AE 22id, AW 22d, 3">t 1MCC6 20iil, 1st XB lbs lSd.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LESS HOTELS 1700 Go in 20 Years [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

LESS HOTELS 1700 Go in 20 Years The number o£ liotols in Victoria litis "boon reduccd from 3,507 in 1307 to .1842' in December, 1927. The cost of hotel closings since 1907 luis been £1,074,560. There is now one hotel to every 930 persons. ■

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIXING THE PETROL £40 Penalty [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

MIXING I'pS PETBOli •S40::Eenalty; In tho London.\"D;iUy';Mair' of Jan. . -nary 5tli, F. .W; Doats ancl 'Cp.,l>vc!i-i;, ciiar-sed v/iUi ; mixing;;■' aii->:inferior grailV of petrol ■with.•'Shell! spirit' aiul; ; soiling! I lie inixtutd as..p'uro S'liell) spiiji'. i;. l'!i' jury returned .a. verdict of ' guilty; anil.a'find of £20. v.'itli £20( cost's; •>vas .imposed. ■ Fortunately ilia practice of.'faking* io _ very rr.r« in 'Australia - bacnuso. ,of: tlio prnteciiva : nioasurof! ^r,'.lop(;o(l, i)v, Oil: companies. The £j.ora;;r> ilsiili; of .every. "Shell"- lcerbsido.; pump •JsV.ceai-j'j ed by one. of; this- couipany'u- oftjeer.:-:'• every, tiaxe.,it ia ,ro£illoil,. ,and aa.v ar> ^ tempi, to. intcrfcro v.'itli the :;coutonis; .■ft-qnld bo .immccliately dctocted.v'Fini?.; ;the -consumer,, the ro-iioilav ar.d, • llie': n'ocdi name .of.;''Sholl'N,:h,.o-iall_ •oly protected.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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200 MORE Strengthening Police Force [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

200 MORE Strengthening; Police Force Pending an alteration uC I he law lo provide for the flogging of ..persons us ing razor blades as weapons, the Gov ernment will take every possible mea sure to stamp out this type of crime. The Government has decided to in crease the police force by 200. The Chief Secretary (Mr. Bruntnell) lias suggested to the Justice Depart ment that magistrates should take a serious view of any case where a con victed person is found carrying a razor, particularly a razor blade fitted in a cork. At Friday's Cabinet meeting Mr. Bruntnell asked as a matter of urgency that the police force be increased by 200 men. . The strength of the N.S.W. police force is 3000, of whom 1000 are sta tioned in, Sydney and suburbs. The last increase in the force sanctioned by the Government was as tiom Jjly 1, 1927. One hundred additional men were then taken on. It was decided to authorise the en gagement of 200 additional policemeu forthwith. Is is estimated that the a'liUuonal ...

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

BURALYANG (Jjlfom our Correspondent) The local tennis seoms to be on the slack sldo Bince the. tournament. A low enthusiasts turned up to practice on Sunday afternoon. Services were conducted; In the local school last Sunday, ' llll^ Mai'cli, by llev. L. Taylor, Methodist Minister from Ardlethan. On Sunday, 2Gth Marcli;. Mr. McDonald, ■ Presyterinn Minister,' holds services. Mr;'Jim .Whit.eliouse has Joined the ranks of the local "speed hogs," hav ing purchased a Ford car. ■ What might have resulted In a seri ous accident befell Mr. M. O'Mara, of "Yarran Park,'.' last Sunday. Whilst rounding up Ills horses, his saddle horse placed its foot in a hole and fell. Mr. O'Mara; was taken to the doctor' at Tallimba. We are pleased to be able to say that Mr. O'Mara Is now able to get about again. Mr. W. Williams and Mr. McKenzie have cut their crops of Sudau grass, and report good reults. Snake3 are becoming'numerous. Mr. P. Harris killed throe in the one week. One bit a dog which died withi...

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

| ♦ f * | Of Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Corowa, + I | | Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and Mur- | t + I willumbah, announce that they have pur- | I chased the Musical Instrument Business of | * f 1 MESSRS F. E. STARR & CO. | * t I of West Wyalong, Temora and Forbes ± t + | McFARLAND'S are handling the same high | •5* I grade Instruments as Starr & Co., viz.: * t % * * * \ * + * * * * * * * * * * * + * * + * * * * * * * * * •. * * ? The Public are invited to inspect the Largest J | ■ ■ ■ ■ $ % Stock of Player Rolls,, Gramaphone Rcords/ J % $ t Mandoline, Banjos, Accordeons, etc., etc., * * | t outside the cities. £ * ■ .■ ■ +" * + I | * v CASH OR EASY TERMS I f ♦ | C. BL McFARLAND, LTD, I t * t MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG ! * 4* * Also at Sydney, Wagga, Junee, Albury, Cor- | | | % owa, Narrandera, Lockhart, Lismore, and % t * % t Murwillumbah J % The Leading Musical Instrument House | j + F. Crago & Sons, Ltd MILLERS, WEST WYALONG We are Buyers of Wheat in an...

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

Registered under A.J.C. Rules and affiliated with the Southern District Racing Association Amateur/Riders only, who must be Members of the Club. ON THE WEST WYALONG RACECOURSE For all horses who at time of starting have not won a cash prize ex ceeding £10. PROGRAMME 4 To start at 1.30 p.m. PROBATIONERS MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4 furlongs. For all liorsos at time of starting which liave not won anadvertised prize race on the flat. Of £6, second horse to receive £1 from the stake. Nom. 5/. Minimum handicap weight S.I. ; To start at 2 p.m. MATRON'S BRACELET HANDICAP, G furlongs. Of £10, scond horse £1 from stake. Nom. 5/. Acc. 4/. , Minimum handicap weight S.7. To start at 2.30 p.m. NURSES' TRIAL STAKES HANDICAP, 5 | furlongs. Of £S. For all horses that at the time of starting have not won a prize of the value of £10, second horse to receive £1 from the- stake. Nom. (i/. Minimum handicap weight S.7. To start at 3 P.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE, i furlongs. For all hacks the bona-fide property of owne...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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AN UNEQUAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

: An. UNEQUAL MARRIAGE. An old gentleman of eighty-four, having talcdn to the altar n young 'damsel of about fifteen, tho clergy man Bald to him: , v "The font is at'tho other end of the church." "What do I want with the font?" said tho old gentleman. "Oh, I beg your pardon/' said tho clerical wit; "I thought 'you had brouerht this child to be christened."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHAPTER XVIII. THE FLOWER-SELLER. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

CHAPTER XVHI. , ; :. TIIE FLOWER-SELLER. '' Colonel Tomplo was not surprised to • aec Rosalie. Ho know; how. anxious i,Blio was about Pamela. £<> -told her that- the doctor had said slid was en (the verge of insanity. It was a dreary .recital and a dreary household. . i "But where is Stephen?" ho naked /at last. "Down at ilarley Street, I • Kosalio wondered -whether " sho [should tell him. There -was no other / wa^ I Imd perhaps ho could help her. • lie' r.'.ght be able to got Stephen to ! listen llo had Ms- own • troubles, und Sit seemed selfish to burden Mm with 'hers. But then she must sleep there, I so sho would have to explain. . "I'vo come back here because '.Stephen has left inc. He thinks X I have , deceived him." _ • . ' Old Temple was shocked. Ho. toolc j off Uis glasses; apparently in tho -hope .• that'without them his mental percep ition would bo keener. ; "Stephen—left—you?" ho said em | phasising each word. . : "Yoa. " C.'in I toll you all about it ? I So...

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

Stale Y/X.v i F0k;IJMELE33--S0L,r .ilrtt: •ii'Ei >:dk.' villi ] PrfiviilL-; thiii.Hta ato.'nj'at ■ 'Hb iioy;u;Hj;;h:u has. t: rev iucd. I;, is.uisti iiDd.vJic 'Q'ijcct of liic of ,''.3 fOr'ti iik;>, private."S'wiiii.ijl Housa: on Sydaoy iirir -I'liml for t!k\ ;'y.car.s lo. coaia . ' Tea i.lVf;u«;ind ,pt hWn'd; and out of t-hi si ii" ki;)v; u& j'se.-.t:^' :;.ivid Club, iviii; lit i ihtir. :;ijy in' £G,500. has already beta jx.ifl fur t he sUe: oil '-tlvj' harbour. ' -■ .-^.vTlici fin~pcial,'.~i:i1cof: the ij'in the haadj of .w«a*k6ow.ff Cjiy.'.'wi'piccss .men,-which j^aijHcisnt-'caawpt'ic- that all' the i :n pc it an 1. nifitttrsin v/itli ^llianc^ hre vwy carefuHy yi-.; Hveiyboiiy in !'a-.v ::<-ula .WaK's' ■ {!). 'sympathy..with $ls£.splpadi<l Rppi::d. i:s iriviicd to assist wthio^rtl p-\rti.e~, dances, .tnnciiP'liei" cnt'eriainih'e'a-ti,' and iijr'nirrhi-r h;formal.i;:;n:.;;v 'ccflMplrrioic.to .i-he Iksn. SeGre:ary,:-AiJifeHJlacc, •SVtWV; iv-n be ...

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

I SIEifl: WDDLER and "boot "R-EPAIREn" __ ■ ■ ' :0! Maliiand Street (near Fire Station.) WEST.. WYAiiONG. •.. NEW : BAKERY ' « At TalliroM - " rf I WISH to notify- the public of "Cal", Iraba and district that I have op^noil > NEW- AJl, aUP^OiD/V®E>iBAT5!?R\" it Tallimba as-fn^fDecembsr -3.' -■te'!' : ' • -ix-.v' 'fly Motto: . Cle^Hness and tC'vH'.Sy.-'' ■GIVE ME A TRIAL t V-'rV; E:' 'J." BJCKLE .' 'r; .WHEAT GRADING'1''^ '■ •:r':rv,aV-; ■»>V 3usinos5 as Usual ' nedu'oed Pricc3. Workmanship Guaranteedr,' S. McINTYRE' WEST .END -BAKERY. ■ ' WEST VVV/>|LOfJG ; '; County Orders 'are Strictly ' Atl. :: ■ ■ Deliver Bread in both towns and' liver to all trains and all cj White. Eread^rriwi^Bre Goods, ' WedcJing ' :6ake's; '. ' ' ' Cakes Civility and' Good, Service'; to PIEllME 'E6BS. ttei vfiil PSfXji^CSIi. cfFBV "m-" s;5.rr:'i,rif ,^v! POSSIBLE-), v.hiio "OVO-V. .civusr, rcCuKa; • Hul o.'jt:iiiiRhU' by my. olasrnrfiW.,. "0V0" STANDS' ALOKii. &very Store , Mata can o^to...

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DANCE AT CALLEEN For Limbless Soldiers Appeal [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

j. imNGE; AT; CALLEEN; •; For- LiMbless .Soldiers . : i./ - -Appeal ... I The dar.co held at Callcon on the I 3 5th;'-'March in r.icl ofthb Limbless j.Soldiers appeal;",was a great success,: | both socially and financially. j The hall was .well1 filled, over 100 couitfeV t'd6ff !Thc'\iV6'3f fiilll' dtiuced' fill' the small hours.of the morning. The hall was: tastefuly - decorated with greenery and flags of the different fnatipris. Excellent music wiis supplied j'by the Glooniohasers Orchestra, two j extras being nicely played by Mr. ['Plows. Mr. Walter. Cattle .officiated' ,-as M-.C. and carried out.ills duties in a j most efficient" manner. During .Use..evening Mr. - Peter Jones j-gavc an exhibition of the Charleston, 'which greatly pleased the company. : . Tho. chocolate walta was won by IMisa Jaiie Gat,tl6'.and Mr.' Harry -Payne. A vanity case presented by Mr. and j ..Mrs. Geo. Haub was won by Mr.'W. [Thompson. ' ■ The company-was' loud in tlieir praise .of tho ficor.. and supper...

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Federal Parliament AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

Federal Parliament AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of tlio Austral ian Country Party Association was held in Melbourne this week, mainly to discuss the arrangement which Mr. Bruce and Dr. Page desired 'their re pective party organisations to en tor into lor the conduct of the next Fed eral election Deleigats from;all States except' West Australia, with whom the matter has been arranged by cor respondence, were present Dr. Page presided and in opening the confer ence said that the guide to action in the future was theh experience of the" past five years, during which the Nationalists and Country Party hart been working together in the Bruce Page Composite Government. Dr. Page oulined the results ot the Composite Government, in giving effect to al most al lof the platform of the Coun try JJarty and stated that the stand ing of the party had considerably im proved during that period. When Dr. Page first assumed the leadership of the Country Party in 1921 there w...

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FIVE YEARS CO-OPERATION IN GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

FIVE YEARS COOPERATION IN GOVERNMENT Dr.' Page has expressed his • grat ification tliat after five years co-oper ation work a vote of congratulation hdtl beon passed. at the1 recent meet-i ing of the Inderal Country Party as Canberra on the service and work of'the Composite Government. Dur ing that period Dr. Page said, one election had been fought and won nijafnificienUy, as the result of the co-operation of the Nationalist aiiC, Country Parties in the Federal field, and the continuation of that co-oper ation should ensure tlie winning oC the forthcoming election.

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ELECTION ARRANGEMENT ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

ELECTION ARRANGEPAENT ADOPTED •In adopting the agreement sugges: ed by Mr. Bruce and Dr. Page for tlie conduct of , tlie next Federal election, the Country Party Association sug gested tliat one clause should lie am ended so as to make it clear that while there may he mutual recog nition of the services of loyal sup porters of the Government, regardless of party, neither party should be re garded as having established a per manent claim to contest any seat to the exclusion of the other. This am endment was suggested because the Association, considered tiiat tlie dual objective of co-operation and normai expansion could only he attained so long as each party was nob given a permanent claim to any particular seat. .■ v

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BARMEDMAN SHOW Mr. Templeman Elected President [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

Mr. Templeman Elected President     The President Mr. A. T. Maitland presided at the annual general meet- ing of subscribers of the Association, when there was a good attendance. The balance sheet showed a credit of £155/1/4.     Mr. Maltland, who has occupied the position of President for the past five years, with credit to himself and the Association, was again nominated, but declined. Mr E. E. Templeman was unanim-   ously elected President. Having been President for the Bland Shire Coun-   cil for several years, and also Presi- dent of the District Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association Cr. Templeman will no doubt bring to bear on the Barmedman Show Association the knowledge and ex- perience he has gained in a Presi-       dential capacity. Other officers elected were: Vice-Presidents: Messrs. A. T.     Maitland, John Lawrence, ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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OBITUARY MRS E. KOOP [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 20 March 1928

OBITUARY MRS E. KOOP   We regret to record the death of Mrs Maria Elizabeth Koop, wife of Mr. Ewald Koop, of Blow Clear, the sad event taking place on Friday   last. Death occurred suddenly, the cause being heart affection. The late Mrs   Koop was 30 years of age, and has   resided at Blow Clear for several years past, where she was held in the highest esteem and respect. The sincere sympathy of the community is extended to the husband and three young children, the youngest of whom is a baby three months old. The funeral took place on Sunday, and the large attendance was a test- imony of the respect and sympathy of the residents. The remains were in- terred in the Lutheran portion of the   Wyalong Cemetery, Rev. P. G. Strelan officiating at the graveside. Mr. Mills conductel the funeral arrangements.

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

LORNA TOWERS   Mr. and Mrs. Bert Towers, of Te- mora (formerly of Tulliblgeal) suffer- ed the bereavement of their infant '     daughter Lorna, aged seven months, on Friday last.  

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

DONALD McKENZIE       Mr. and Mrs D. E. McKenzie, of West Wyalong, sustained the severe loss of their infant son, Donald Pat- rick, aged seven months, on Thurs- day morning last. The cause of death was convulsions. The remains were interred in the R. C. portion of the local cemetery on Thursday afternoon, the Rev. Father Shannon officiating at the graveside. The funeral arrange- ments were conducted by Mr. Mills.

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SUGGESTIONS FOR CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

SUGGESTIONS FOR CONTROL : A series of experiments- Is being: conducted near Coolamon with a numl her of plant poisons, and valuable in formation should be forthcoming as to the best way to deal with small cumps of the weed. ' The difficulty lias been that although top growth can be easily destroyed / by . poison, the plant shoots again from lower down the root. A poison that will penetrate well down the main root is required. Cases are- on record where the plants have been dug out to a depth of 1 foot and have grown up again. ' ' The application of coarse salt is ono of the most effective! means of poisouing skeleton weed. • If the Bait, is applied at the rate of a liberal double handful to each Individual plant, it will kill tbe!'iop gPowtJj anil cause the upper portion of the /6'ol! to lot, and thus destroy the plant. Apparently tlio best time to apply the salt is in July or August, when the plants'are commencing growth. Expense must necessarily be taken, into account when conside...

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