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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901
Divine Services. Church of England. All SnintR', Wyalony. Jnn. 6, lla.m,HoIy Communion, Rev G W?Katfcen ; 7.20 p.ui, Mr, J. Omnnoii. Jan. 13, 7.30 p.m. I?ov G AV Katten. Jan. 20, 7.30 p.m-, Rov G W Ratten. Jan. 27,11 a.nr, Rev G W Iintten ; 7.30 p,Tri, Mr. J Channon.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901
Death of Dr. Byrne. BiUlwrst, Saturday. The death of the Right Rev. Dr. Byrne. Roman Catholic Bishop of Hiitliurst, nt hulf past 12 o'clock this nion ing, has created a profound feel ing of regret among all classes. Al 'hnui.']] his death was not unexpected hut still the loss of so good and useful a )i£•■*, made up of many deeds of charity and good citizenship, was felt. Ir. robs Bathursr of mi important figure in religious as well as in civic circle?. To the people of his diocese, who but a few days ago llftd shown their appre ciation of his worth, and probably many other colonists, his death wi 1 certainly cause great sorrow. At the presentation to him of £2500 on Sunday last, Dr. Byrne's condition of fie..]»h was such ns to shock his fri&lt;!jid«, and m-ike it. improbable that lie'Avjbuld be nhle to take Iris recupera tive trip to Rome which had been planned out for Iiiin. Bishop Byrne was a native of Dub lin, and was born on June 17, 1^43. He caine to the colony in 1866 ...
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901
War News. Tlie vanguard of the. invading Boer fprces is within 20 milos of Piqnetberg nn important little town, c;.pitai of the district of the same name, and situ sited : U miles north by eust from Cape town. , . . The invaders luivc been instructed to cut till? British main lino of com munications near the coast, and thus cpmpel Lord Kitchener 10 hu.ry his men south to deal with the intruders. Gommaudiint General Louis Botha is mmnwhile to act oil the offensive in thetfarnorthern districts—over 1000 miies-nway. The Biitish defensive measures in the western provinces appear to be •well taken.. Giilonel Major Henniker s force Imld.s an extend, d lino of strong posts south of Sutherland, towards Mage.rsfoutein, some 45 miles distant The main bedy of the invaders is reported to have' moved west ward fiom Fruserbui-R, 40 miles north east of Sutherland, . A strong Biitish column has gams oned Carnarvon, an important centre midway between De Aar and Culvnua, and four other B.itish column...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901
Wyalong and District Hospital. THE Annual Meeting of Subset ibers of the Wyalong and District Hospital will bo lipid in the Oddfellows' Hall, west wyalong, on wednesday, 16th january, Btjsikf.sr :—Nominar.ion of Committee for the ensuing year, presentation of Balance Sheet for past year, and any other business that inny be brought forward. V. G. Manning, Secretary. For Sale—A Bargain, WE.'THKR-BO ard and Iron 4-Rooni house and shop—cellar, under around tantf. Owner lea\ing through ill-health. K. A. collie, Auctioneer. LALOO MAHOMED BAUI, •run wui.1j-knows Specialis) «& Si!i!i:ua Oculist, IS LOCATED AT Mr. J. .Sharp's Terrace, i\Tain-St. West Wyalong. TESTIMONIAL. West W.yalong, .Tan. 7, lflOl.' This is fn eoi-jifj f.lmt, I, .Sarah Beatfcie. of West "Wyalong, had my son, Honry Bi'Hltie, shot in the. faco with gunpowder, mill it injured both his eyes. I took him to Liiloo Mahomed Jiaux, the toll-known Specialist ;md Indian Occulist. l'hp boy experienced terrible pain in tho ey...
Cricket. WYALONG v. WEST WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 January 1901
Cricket. WY A "LOTTO v. WEST WYALONG. Teams rppresen'ing the above tried conclusions on the farmer's wide-ton Sunday last. and the yam" resulted in a win for West. Wyalon;; by 48 runs. Following lire tin; scores :— . ■ Wyalon?. A. Helyar, c Stewerald, b Witts 14 H. Lynch, c T. Reams, b Hickey S G, Grieves, c Hickey, b Witts ... 3 — Pogson, b Witts 0 A. Robinson, c P. Reams, b Witts 0 L. Walters, c Leonard, b Witts... . 0 W. Toole, b S'PWfiruld '—i 14 — L'unont, b Teliay 17 C. Brown, b Stewerald 4 , & Lynchy »ot out 0 T. Toole, b Telmy 0 Sundries 4 Totnl 64 West Wyalong. P. Reams, b Lvnch . .10 AV. Hickey, b Grieves............... 4 A. Ti'bay, b Grieves 4 W. Witts, b Lvnch 0 H. Leonard, o Sul)., b Walters ... 29 W. Stewerald. h.o.w., b Lynch ... 18 E. Reams, b Grieves ... .. 7 J. Leonard, not out.... ,, . 18 P. Ring, b Walters;... ...... 0 J. Hariigan, 1) Walters .; 2 B. Wyld, b Walters 3 Sundries 13 Total 108 A two days' match between the above clubs will bo commenced on ,th...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Cycling Notes. j ivrorn the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. As predicted ii> these notes lust • week, W. Martin succeeded in winning t.he rich Lynn Wheel Race, run in '.Sydney last week, G. R. Morgan and 5v Beauchanvp running second and third respectively. Martin 1ms won ' over £800 in stakes alone since the end ' of November, » record in prize, iritfriey tliat has never been approackpil in Australia before. The resuSt of the Austral, arid Lync wheel races has supplied conclusive proof of the fact that when the back markers help e^ich other, tlio second and third class riders have little or 110 "cljanco. In the Lyne Wheel Race' '(£330), seven scratch men qualified for the iin»l in which only 12-rulers started, the result beirfg a foregone conclusion for one of the scratch men. Of course the public like to see^ the first class nun win, and especially -when such a popular rider as ' Bill' Mar'in scores, but the fact remains that when the hack markers 'arrange ' their picing their nominee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Presbyterian Church. The Annual Meeting will be held ion Monday Next, 21st Jan., 1901, at 7.45 p.rn:' Business: Reports, Elec tion of Offife&fV&tJ.'■ - It is hoped that as many as possible will attencF. ERNEsT N. MERRINGTON, i Minister. ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH of EHGMN1), WEST WYALONG. A geanF social will be held in tho above Church on Monday, January 28, at 8 p.m., Ia aid of the Organ Fund Good Programme; Refreshments Provided. Ticket, 2s. "W. B. WILSON, Hon Secretary. Government Notices Department of Public Service Tender Board, Sydney, 2lBt December, 1900. RENDERS FOR FOB. AGE. TENDERS for the Supply and D liverj jof FORAGE for tho Police throughout the Colony, for a period of twelve months from the 1st April, 1901, will be received at tho offico of the Public Service Tender Board (6 Bligh-street) until 2.15 p.m. on FRI DAY, the lGth February, 1901. Tender Forms and further particulars may be obtainod at tho Government Stores, Younp Street, and at tho various Police ...
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
NOTES. By " Coo-ee. I It ik strange* 1»PW opinions differ. JPJja; writer in conversation with his barber, ventured to remark that the Commonwealth Celebrations would be wild excitement compared wif.fi the reception of the Duke of York. _' Look here,' answered the razor-man, impres sively, ' he'll be rare lucky if he isn't ported.' f ooo . i The inference is that, the force of habit when; roynlty in concerned must jib irrisbable. The welcome given by Sydney to the Duke of' Edinburg in cluded among other events a pot ahot from an over-excited Irishman. '■ 000 The trouble causod'iby women in the world is immeasureablo.- The man who while standing on the footboard of a Bondi tram was swept off and shockingly injured by a passing tram, haddnot long previously given up his comfortable seat to a' lady stranger. ooo A, lad of sixteen employed at the North Shore P.O. as letter-carrier and telegraph messenger has been fined £5 at the local police court for destroying several letters Which he ...
P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
P. and A. Association A meeting of the Committee of the •above was held in the society's rooms, Hartigan's Hotel, 011 Thursday night last. Present—Messrs. Welby (cliair)^ Thorn, Souden, HelyatyPunton,Crowe,, Broughton, and Isaacs (secretary),. The minutes of the previous meeting, were read and confirmed. An apology for non-attendance- was received from Mr. S. Wilson11 (Presi. dent). A notification was read intimating that the dates of- the next : Temora Show would be September 24 and 25, 1901. _ In reply to the Secretary's letter,, a communication was received from the Lands Department stating thkfc aa the land proposed by the D^parttiieht for a show ground did not suit thb'&ocietyv there was no other land available and therefore no provision could , be made at present. . The Secretary of the Grenfell As sociation wrote thanking the local society for their co-operation in con nection with the formation of the district exhibit at the RoyAl;Agricul tural Show, Sydney. ' The La...
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. A MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Farmers' and Settlers^ Association. A MANIFESTO. ' The following manifesto has beeB issued to tha .various branches, p£ th& F. and S. Association At u, special meeting of tho.Execu* tive Council of the FarmoraV&nd Set tiers' A3s0ciati0n.0f. New South Wuleat hold at Sydney on tho 3rd iirist., the following platform was approved for issue to . branches for tha .purposes 0? securing united action at the^nexfc State elections :— PLATFORM. . 1. Land settlement to be paramount over revenue. ^ 2. No bona-fido citizen bp debarred from applying for and ; balloting for* laud. 3. Local members of ,"Land Bbards to be electnd. i. Reduction of interest to 2.J- per cent. 5. Exports to be promoted, by the State. . ' 6. The State to bear deficiencies on railway lines existing or to.-, be con structed; 7. Federal administration of. inter State or trunk, railways. 8.^-Reduction of number iof iraembera of State Parliament by at least one* third. 9. State Loan .Bank;. 10. Separate Depart...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
BRIEF ITEMS, Mr. Then. Brown, M.P., lias been selected to contest the Federal elector ate of Canoblas in the Labor interests. There are several cases of typhoid fever in Molorig hospital. Among the patients are two sons of Mr. John Dean, Cud.d, who has already lost six " -> s His family. .ig a violent hailstorm, which occurred in the Manildra district bvst week, 18 windows of Meranburn public school were smashed. There will bo nearly double t}ie number of- volunteers than are re quired for the Federal contingent for (South Africa. Mr. B. It. Wise is announced as a candidate for the Canoblas seat in the Federal Parliament. At Moree last week, a lad named Albert Farlow had his ej'e cut oUt through the bursting of a lemonade bottle. Figs are still selling at 2/6 per do?. inSydney. There's money,in ligsjust now. There are 15 cases of typhoid fever in Mailland hospital. The police prosecution of people living in West Wyalong should act as a warning to others to clean up their back yar...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Local and. General. Tendera are called in this issue far supply of forage for Police Station at Wyalong. The annual general meeting of-mera bers of the Wyalong P. A. EDand l.. Association will be held at Hartigan's Hotel on Thursday, January 31'sfc. Business important. Tlie annualf meeting in conncetion with the Presbyterian Church will be held on Monday next, 21st Jan., at 7.45 p.m. Business .- Reports, elec tion of officers, etc. It is hoped that as many as possible will attend. The harvest yield in the Temora district is reported, as a rule, to bo good. .The Right Rev. J. Dunne has been nominated as successor to the late Dr. Byrne, R. C. Bishop of Bathurst. ' Over 1500 applications have been put in for enrolment at Sydney in the N.S.W. Contingent for South Africa. A grand social will be held in St. Barnabas' Cliurch, m-aid of the organ fund, on Monday night, January 28th. A good programme is being prepared, and refreshments will also be provided. The price of. admission is a mode...
Auctioneer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Auctioneers Report. R. A. Collie reports having this week sold on account" of Mrs. -Mallard a cottage in Church-street, Mr, F. Bernstein being the purchaser also a house on account of Mr. W. Pollock, Mrs. Brown purchaser ; both proper ties realising satisfactory price?. There is every hope that houses will be in good demand within the' next two months. I have two good lots now on hand. Furniture is at present a drug in the market, but it must advance in price in accordance with the demand for houses. * We are pleased to be able to state that Mr. V. R. Ratten is making good progress towards recovery. The joint of his arm is now healed, but there is still trouble over the silver tubes. We sincerely hope that the latest.difficulty \vill soon, be'overcome. A sailor named Johnson hanged himself with his braces in the street at Miirrackville on Tuesday last. The new year is bringing in a suicidal, wave. A married woimn named Emily May McDonald, residing, in Sydney, poisoned her IS months'...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong: [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
St. HarnubnV West Wynlont?; Jan. 20, 11 a.m, Holy Crmimuninn, RoV 0 W Eatton ; 7.30 p m, Mr. Bannistor. Jan. 27, 7.30 p.m, Rov ft W'Katton. •Tan. 11, Wamboyne. 3.30 p.m, Rov Q W Eat ten. Jan. 13, Mavsdon, 11 a.m, Rov Q W Ratten, Jan. 27, Hiawatha, 3 p.m, Rov G W Bitten. G. "W. Ratten, Xnoumbont.
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Wesleyan Services. Jan. 6tlr, West Wynloue 11 fi.m; Ppenrt wolt, 3 p.m. r Wyalonpf, 7.-T0 p.m. Subject ■—The Olcl . C'jntury and tho New Nation. C. G. Wfilkom. Jan. 13th. Wynlong, 11 am; Milgft, 3-. p.m ; West Wyiilong, 7.30 p.m. C. G. Walkom. Jan 20, Bsnn. 11, Hiawatha 3.30, "Wya long, 7.30- 0. G. Wnlkom Jnn 27, "VVamboyno 11, West WynJonj; 7.30—C G Wulltom Fob's, West Wynlong 11, Speedwell 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom j Wamboyne 3—G Woods Feb 10, Bona 11, Hiawatha 3.30, West Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom Feb 17, West "VVyalor.g 11, "Milga 3, Wya long 7.30—C G Walkom; Wamboyns 3—J. Woods ; West Wyalong 7,30—J... Howard Pub 24, Wamboyne 11,- Wo'st Wyalong 7.SO—C G Wivlliom March' 3,' Wpst Wyalong 11. Speedwell 3 Wanton £ 7f30—0 U Walkom ; Wamboyne 3—G Woods March 10. Benajll, H'awatha 3, West Wyalong 7.30—O G Walkom March 17, West Wyalong 11, Milpja 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom ; Wambdyne 11. West Wyaloni; 7.30—'i Wohdo March 24, Wamboyne 1-1,'. Wost Wyulong 7.30—0 G Walkofti* ' " March 31, W...
Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 19 January 1901
Expenditure. £ s. i To Salaries .. 333 lf> •' Secretary's Com. arid Petty Cash ... ... 21 7 " Matron's Petty Cash.... ... - '•% 13 "Groceries ... ... 173 10 *• >ioivt . ... ... 70 10 " Bread ... ... 23 14 " Milk ... .. 2 15 " Brags, Bressincs, eta ... . 68 I " Furniture .and Bedding ... 67 .15 " Intvrmonts- .. 1 10 •' Freight ... •/ " ... 6 18 ] " "Water and "Wood ... 23 2 " Printing and Advertising ... 15 0 Pire Insurance... ,. 3 3 " Stationery ... ... 1 8 " Telephone ... ... • 7 15 " Exchange and l ank Charges 1 3 " Audit F'-es ... ... 2 2 " Nurses. Unifoims and Exp'cs 14 7 " Vegetables ... ... 2 5 " Rent .. .,1 lO "Timber .. .. 6 1110 " Ironmongery .., ... 35 4 '• Sundries ... ... 26 15 " Amlmlance Litter .. 15 12 " Surgical Instruments ... 15 10 " Produce ... ... 22 18 Knilding • .;. .. ." .. lOt 7 " Cash in hand, 31/12/1900 .. 1 4 Balance ... Ml 9 Total £1,216 9 10 We have oSamined the boolis and vouch ers of th; Wyalong, and District Hospital and find thorn correct and i...