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Commonwealth Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

Commonwealth Bay. By R- D. Adams.) Hoist hlph the Empire's standard Wide floating to tlie breero— For wo are Britain's vanguard Adown these Southern soas— With six stars for our Commonwealth Around its ' Juck' empearled; ■Tim war-worn rag, the grand old flag, "Which fearless fronts the world. Fling out its mighty blazon. And let nil peoples seo. Our Commonwealth baptised to-day, The freest of the free; Child of a mighty mother, Perchance in days to come, Grown to a mighty daughter To widen Freedom's home. Ne'er since the birth of Empires, Has such a nation been— One Continent, one Commonwealth, With nono to como between. >'ot won mid blood and ravage, But fortunate in birth ; Alone it stands, amidst all lands, First poace-born State on earth. , Yo men of all Australia, Work well with willing hearts ; So glorious a destiny Demands a manly part; And with this new-born century. Which given yonr nation birth, From son to sire, let each aspire, To giveit weigtliand -ivorth ; And win f...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
China Can Coal the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

China Can Coal the World. Tho anthracite coal-field of Shansi, Northern China, is estimated to cover 13,500 square miles, and to contain 030,000,000,000 tons of coal. Of course, says Mr. Alfred Eduionda in ' Feilden's Magazine,' this estimate is to ft large extent a guess, but there can bo no doubt that this one province alone contains sufficient of the " black diamond" to supply the whole world with fuel for many generations to come. In many of tho mines worked by tho Chinese large numbers of rats are fed with millet by the miners, as they aro said to givo warning of acci dents. Sir William Zeal (President of the Victorian Legislative Council) refused to take his seat at the State banquet, feeling aggrieved that it was not in a better position. • Inspector Bremner sue iuuibed to the injurios.ho received at Centennial Park on Tuesday, by being knocked down by a bolting horse. The new edition of the public service regulations, which came out on tho 1st instant, contains a number of i...

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 — 9 January 1901

The Testimony of Mrs. W1ARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, Guildford, near Sydney. (given to our kkpoktkr.) Our reporter recontly met with Mra. Margaret Hawkes, accoucheuse and nnrso, • near Guildford Station (N.S. \V.), who ad ministers to the wants of the district. Mrs. Hawkes in well-known and gieatly liked the whole country rouud. .She received our i reporter moat affably and said, " I have Repeatedly BecommencJecil and prescribed Clements Tonic for my patients, and it certainly was of great benefit iu every case where I advised its use. I have invariably found," she .continued, ; " Clements Tonic to bo A Reliable Remedy, And particularly useful in restoring the strength of Indies after their confinement!!. The system then is much weakened, and to neglect to give a restorative is a seriout mistake. Before I became acquainted with the benefits to be derived from the nae ol Clements 'ionic I tried many of tho»e so ; called strengthening remedies and othci rubbish the makers call " tonic...

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

Here and There. Mr. Isaacs (Attorney-General, Vic toria) has stated to an interviewer that ho does not think there is any question of his right to the State Premiership, on the retirement of Sir George Turner, as he is the next senior Minister. So far as he knows, there is no desire to displace him in favor of Mr. Peacock. Pie declares that he will not be a party to changes involving an indignity to himself and an insult to his constituents. A sad accident occurred at the Bega races on January 1. While a jockey named Jack Hutton was riding Union Jack in the Flying Handicap the horse fell, and rolled over on his rider, crushing his right leg, and ren dering him unconscious. Dr. Meeke was soon in attendance, and had the patient conveyed to the hospital, in a critical condition. He is a son of one of one of the best known Bega racing identities, Mr. James Hutton, late proprietor of the Metropolitan Hotel, who is well known all over the colony. Before leaving Sydney 'for Bega, Jack had ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Wyaloag Advocate, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9, 1901. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901

THE "Wyaloag Advocate, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9, 1901. and General. " The crops in the Rydal district; aro turning out a failure. Typhoid fever is gradually spread ing in'.the Grafton district. 'Coolwesterly winds and colds aro tho order of tho day' in Wyalong. For Glass, cut to any size, try JET. Mills, West Wyalong. A large stock to select from. "Wyalong residents are returning home- from Sydney in coach loads. Those' who stayed at home no doubt fpel much butter, at least as far as the pocket is concerned, and the "pocket" these days comes iu before'everything. After midnight service on New Year's Eve at Dubbo, about 100 per sons created a disturbance at various rhotels. The mob stoned several public houses, and in one case tho licensee discharged a gun through, the window afc-them. Ultimately the police were reinforced and dispersed the crowd, .. It is .estimated that tho country ■ visitors to Sydney spoilt £750,000 during Commonwealth week. Not, a few merchants teach their clerks to ro...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Grenfell Bank Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

G-renfell Bank Rob bery. The Sydney detective force has beoti suddenly confronted .with- the task of finding a missing bank teller, whose disappe iranee is coincident with the disappearance* of a sum of between £4000 and £5000, the property of the bank by which h« was employed. The missing gentleman w;is employed as a teller in the Grenfell branch of the Union Bank of Australia,"Limited. He obtained leave of absence a few weeks ago, and employed the time in visiting Sydney to wirness the Cornm -nwe-ilth celebrations. Then he obtained a short extension of leave. As he did not re turn on Monday last, as was arranged, an investigation of hi3 cash was m.ide, -which resulted in the discovery of a deficiency to the extent named. Jt appears that it has he-n the' cus tom in the Union Bank (and probably in the country branches uf other bmks also), to Iteep a, sum of money for the tellers, which is usually alluded to as ' tiie treasury.' This is kept distinct, from tlie sum upon which the tel...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The China Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

I.;' The China Problem;' ! u The murderer of Baron Von'Ket*! teler has been publicly beheaded on! the spot where'the murder took'pUce., t—The Chinese Govnrnmeut are'guar-, an teeing the performance of the'do-1 mands contained in the joint note sent' by the allies.—The Russians - have! announced their arrangements'' with regard to Manchuria, but tliey are not regarded in Britain as satisfactory.— The Australian naval contingent is to return in March.—500 French troops are being menaced by several thous ands of Chinese regulars; the French commander is hastening to their as sistance.—Count Waldersee's methods have been indicted by Dr. Morrison, who describes him as being bush, and extorting money from the Chinese, besides liroaking his promises.—In the opinion Sir Robert Iinrt the outlook for China's future is a very dark one ; he is afraid of the Boxer movement be coming spontaneous and natioual, and that it is entirely anti-foreign, Jnclcy Underwood, one of the Bro- ! Ion;; murderer...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams as yon Sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Telegrams as yon Saili • • y:\ While Marconi is perfecting hia, patents, those who rrranage the com- ^ mnrci.il affiirs of wireless tel«graphy{■■■ are negotiating with; Governments for, ■ permission to erect stations on qua}-;, capes arid Islands between fchfe country , and Australia. Though the Antipodes is four tiinosj - as far as America, the distance is mora easily spanned by reason _uf landmarks in the voyage b ing at all 'tiuies much nearer than New York is to ■ Great! Biii.ain. ' He'nd'i it is decidod to give precede encH to the Australian experiment. ; Arian^ntiii-nts are now being com-i plated for buildinti wireless telegraphicj stations at intervals right out to • Jlel-i bourne. "When these are put ppf s;tid Mar-j corn's representative in London to am 'Express Intel viewer, "a boat going!, to or from Australia will be able to! send messages at any time during its> voyage. Passengers on board' may[ with pvprv rlav f-n T,nnHnn ii.h f.bfi ' rafc0t of, say, twopence a word....

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire in an Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Fire in aa Asylum. A. terrible disaster has occurred af Rochester, New York, owing to at? outbreak of tire iii nn orphan asylum,J At the time of the occurrence there were 175 inmates in the institution, j Shortly after the fire wus discovered a b'.iler exploded, and shattering one of the wings of the building blocked the main outlet. Many agonising incidents were wit nessed by helpless onlookers.. j Some of the inmates were suffocated Others were stunned b}r falls after making desperate jumps out of tlir windows. It is reported that at least 28 perf sons perished, while 30 others were! more or leas seriously injured. ■ j

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adepts at Lying. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Adepts at Lying. The Kaffir makes-an interesii-K study; You can-not understand hJ all at once. It requires tiine, andi. good deal of it. A now arrival thiiil\ the Kaffir is a born prevaricator of i} truth, and has his reasons for so thini ing, says the ' London Mail.' Suppose you catch a 1 boy ' connnil ting a misdemeanor. Ask him whi he has heen doing, and he will look u; in your face, a picture of innocent' and reply : ' Ikona, br.ns '—plnnij denial Tell him you saw him do it threaten him with punishment, htr wi, still persist in maintaining his inm-' cence. He will still plead ignorant of the misdeed and mutter in astonisl orient or fear :• 'Ikona, ba is.' In fat he knows nothing whatever about it If the-offence be one that cannot V overlooked you proceed to administer reproof—with the foot, if you are no' particular'.and wish to be .impressive - What does he do? If he is a rav 1 boy,' and not used to it, he runs oj with a ••.ti.irified look on.his face-.; if h; is used to it he ...

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 — 16 January 1901

The Case of Mr. wm. McCarthy. (From tkt Windsor and Richmond Gazette). BY OOIt SPECIAL. RKPORTER. Information having been conveyed to the Qazettts that Mr. McCarthy had recoveri d from A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed a. reporter, to make full enquiries into the matter, andalso to per sonally interview McCarthy himself on the subject. When our reporter arrived at McGrath's Hill, near Windsor, he found whom lie sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in his forge. The way that Mr. McCarthy lifted up the heavy sledge as though it veighed but a few ounces quite astonished our reporter, for lie had expected to iind the blacksmith in A Weak State of Health. " How do you fool, asked our reporter ?" " Never felt better in my litV," replied the blacksmith, and he put down his hammer and entered straight away into a conver sation. "You ask nie what was the matter with me," Baid Mr. McCuithy, " well, that is v hat no one could tell mo. My illness came upon me as unexpectedly As...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

V/eslcvan S?'orvie»s. ,tan. 6th, West Wyalnno 11 fl.m-; S-'pemd \TiiH, 3 p.m.: Wyiilon^. 7.'!0 p.tii.. Subject —The Old Century and tho New Nation. C. G". Walkorn. Jan. 13tli'. Wyidontf, 11" am; IVlilga, 3. p.m; West Wyiilony;, 7 30 p.m. C,. G. Wnlkoni.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Transvaal News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Transvaal News. Mr. John McMillan, West Wynlong, has lvceisived a copy of the ' Bloeui fontein Past,' dated Nov. 23, from his brother,-who is now oil active service in South Africa. The following arc a few extracts : 'Today's Leader. The pen is mightier than the sword, but the cen sor's blue pencil is mightier than either.' The above means- that the ' Post's' leader was censored out of existence. 'Two charges for General Baden Powell tirrived at Cupetovn last week, the gift of tho people of Australia to the hero of Mafeking,' 'Oorlays Niews.—Heilbrom, Maan day. De Be Boeren vielen een post van Voor hut vertrek dor kolonne. Ken der Kaapsche Berendene Rifles word godood en een under gewond De knlonue trok uifc het knnip om 5.30 nvrniddag. ICr wetd veel geschoien aau de flanken en een porn-pom was in actie.' , Het laatste officieele bericht onitrent den toestaud van Miss Roberts to Johannesdurg is dat de jonge dame, op zeer bevredigende wije aan't beteren is ' ' Meat is very dear oil t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Dutch Lie Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

A Dutch; Lie Letter. There was a return to an ancient i Dutch custom in the common pleas court at Lancaster, Pa., the other day, when the suit of Abraham A. De Haven against Moses Weller, to re cover damages for slander, was called for trial. "VVeller, says the Philadel phia ' North American,' cut short further proceedings in court and possi bly saved himself the payment of heavy damages by agreeing to publish a ' lie letter,' in which he retracts all of his statements derogatory to the character of De Haven; amd. such potency has the lie letter' that, baring certain ceremonials which have pot to be gone through with in connection with this peculiar settlement out of court, the public will hear no more of the ease. These ceremonials consist of the circu lai ion of the ' lie letter' among De Haven's friends, tho posting of it on' dead walls in those localities where the friends of both men gather most and the ' reading aloud of the! letter by Weller at tho next public gathering in | ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Presbyterian (Am-Cli. Service.1! will 1>» liolil us followj until further notion :—Wytilonj* (M:isor>ie TT/ill) 11 a.m., West Wyulong (Prosbyteri.m Church) 7.30 p.m. E. N. Harrington, R.A.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

Loudon, Monday. Several minor engagements have taken place between the British troop3 ar.d the Boers. Three Agents of the Orange River Colony Peace Committee were de spatched to interview De Wet, who flogged them, and shot one of them who was- a British subject. There arc! indications 'that the Brit ish have determined to denude of crop and stuck all the districts which they are not able to protect, and to' evacu ate all tiie towns outside the lines of communication, and to ' abolish con voys. The proolammation of Lord Kitch ener offering Boers who voluntarily surrender protection in laagers is gradu ally proving effective. Boers who have surrendered, and who are in refugee camps, are cheer fully assisting the British in the re captures of stock,' and in the punish ment of marauders:" ( Recruiting and "other defensive mea sures in Oupc Colony and Natal are astonishingly rapid and complete. All the British .soldiers in Cairo capable of acting as nijuuted infantry haVti been warned to...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Globe-Trotter's Wager. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

A G-lobo-Trotter's ' Wager. j The -latfsb tiling in tho way of ex traordinary wagors • lia9 boon under taken liy a young Atistriaiv^nanied' Anton Ranslinn, who has engaged to walls some 11,000 kilometres—roughly, about 7000 niili'.s—in 250 days, push ing before him a perambulator con taining his wife'unci child.. Should lie succeed in this strange feat, ITanslian will win from the '-New. York Herald ' a sum of 2000dol. Hansl'ian set out from Vienna on September 12 with his wife and child duly packed into the small vehicle which lie has undertaken to propel. He had San Francisco for his desti nation, whence he crossed oven to Eng land. When a London 1 Daily Mail' repre sentative saw Hunslian in Birmingham last month, he was looking worn and travel-stained, and his shoulders were rounded with the continuous pushing of tho perambulator. On retching the town ho had. only ash lling or two in his pockets, but he is, it appears, used to being in sore straits. Asked how he managed to live, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1901. Local Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

. THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1901. Local Returns. Mr Is iiaos supplies? us with the fal lowing return of business truisauted % the Warden's Clerk, Mining Regis trar, and Ollicer to Issue at West Wy along, and of moneys received by him during the •yeur ended Slat December, 1900: As Warden-'< Clerk : Complaints filed in'Wardens crt... 35 Apb susp. labor cond; 6ti leases ... 2S i^gjpliSiifcions for g.ra. leises 24 Appl. to enter under M.L. Act '96 9 Leases received for execution ... 10 As Mining Registrar—Mining Board *'"* •' Regulations: SftitxrKeV.of encli of the following ap . plic&tfons received and filed— iSched 3, appi for mining tenmt. ...' 54 • 7, for nmalgamtn of claims... 1 ' 9, creatn and reg. of shares... 1 „ 11, for extended qtz. claim ... 7 „'12, for suspension of work ... 5 „ 14, for water race and right... 10 „ 1G, for abnd..tenmt: or share... 19 „ 19i.'fo'rin"6f-objection!.." ... 7 „ 22, for dam or i-eservoir ... 1 Number of each of th...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

" early closing. Several shop keepers - at Albur.y have been finnd small sums for a breach of the Eirly Closing Act by remaining open ufber 10 p.in. on 'Xuias Eve.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901

REVENUE. Moneys received us Warden's Clerk, otc ... £3.11 13 9 ,Fees, as Wiii'donsClork ifcc 50 0 0 Total ... .£36! 18 9

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