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BALANCE SHEET [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

BALANCE SHEET I M. Jas. Howard read the balance sheet for the season ending 31st De cember, 1927, which showed thai, members subscriptions and donations, amounted to £82/6/11, collections, for coach, £212/15/6/, gate receipts £372/3/11. Total £667/6/4/. Included in the expenditure was a !sum of £2S3/3/ for coach's salary, car ' hire £137/S/6, gatekeepers and ref ' erees £54/9/6, purchase Of footballs, ' medals, etc., £58/14/9, dressing shed, £20, refund to Mr. Jas Howard £30 16/6, outstanding accounts for 1926, £50/7. The balance at Bank; was £2 15/10. : Mr. Howard stated that £0 odd had , since been handed in from the sale of tickets. : ■ J i / i !,:i i1'51; The balance sheet was adopted on . the motion of Messrs. OBrien and EC wards. In-answer to-Mr. Histon, .Mr* ;How ard stated that .the sum of £14/6/S was in credit to the- Injured Players Fund. He referred to the good work .done in this respect by Mesdames Aberline and OBrien. Messrs. G. Hudson, T. Frazer, and H. Edwards were • ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHOICE FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

CHOICE FRUIT Mr. A. J. Elliott, of "Quandong" Park, West Wyalong, showed u& a very fine- sample of preserving peaches grown in Mb orchard. Mr. Elliott has nice little orchard of CO or 70 trees'/.which have given very (satisfactory results'during the pres ent.jBeasqn,.,,,...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

Having made arrangements with a leading Syldney Manufacturer to make Suits to my_ Specifications, by the TEAM SYSTEM, I can now offer a .Well-made, accurate-fit ting SUIT to YOUR MEASURE. The advantages you get are M.EA- T SURED AND FITTED by a PRACTI- * CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive * stock of the ■ 4. LATEST IN SUITINGS f A This Department is in addition and .j, entirety separate from my £ ❖ High Grade Made on the I * Premises Suits y/lM EXPERT TAILOR, * * * * * * 4> WEST WYALONG I The House of Quality, Value and Style. WE HAVE A VERY ATTRACTIVE VELOUR COATS—An extensive range in the new Crossover Shapes, which are novel and distinctive for tlie coming seasons. All new shades. . ' , ' 1 LADIES FROCKS.—Wool Crepe de Cheiie,'Repps, Charmelaines, and Flannels, are all excellent value. ' ;i MILLINERY SPECIALS.—Felts and Velours, shapes are the "craze," for the coming season. We are showing-all the smartest shades. A very fino range. " Exclusive Paisley and Floral EIDERDOWNS; Des...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

PERSONAL The 'New South Wales branch ot the Returned Soldiers' League lias enrolled as a member the most de officer of:the A. I. P., Lieut-. Col. H.'V. Murray, Y. C.. C .M. G.V D. S. 0., and Bar, D. C. M,. C.ue G. Col. v Murray, recently arrived in Sydney from New Zealand * * * , • Hev. Father McKenna; who recently returned after an extended' tour ab road, was given an enthusiastic wel come back to Stockinblngal on Friday hight . last, and gave, an interesting description of his.visit to Ireland. : -By-.'the death of Mr. 'James: Shea, the Galong district lias lost another of the grand old pioneers who, SO years ago, blazed the trail for the posperous settlemen that lias taken place in that: much favored district. ■' * * - * ' Mr. Victor Barrett, of the staff ot Messrs. John Meagher, and Co., Te mora (and formerly of West Wya long) has had more than his sliolie of , ill-luck of,late. Some weeks ago one of his eyes began to trouble him, and, acting on medical advice, he' went to Sydne...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

A. C. CHANDLER LAND AGENT Formerly of Wngga has transferred his practice to ENDEAVOUR HOUSE, (opposite Lands Dept.) SYDNEY All Crown Land# nnd Closer Settlement mailers and negotiations with Land* Dept. attended to. Land Boards throughout the State and Land and Valuation Court attended.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

CRUMBS The clearing Bale advertised for AVednesday 2Stli inst., for Mr. J. K. Moodie, lias been postponed until a date to be selected.: * ■' * * C. E. Wallder & Co. wish to spec ially mention that the Horse Sale to take place on Friday next will comr mence at 1 p.m sharp owing to the large entries. No further entries can be taken for this sale. .■■■■■ * " _ *. * Next Tullibigeal Market Saturday 31st March. Entries now being taken by C. E. Wailder and Co and Alfred Tyack. ' * * ■ * : ■ IMPORTANT TO LANDHOLDERS Mr. A; C. Chandler, local agent or Endeavour .< House, Sydney^ adver tises that all negotiations with the Jjands Department are undertaken by liim, and any Land Board meeting j throughout the Slate attended when required. ' ■, . j He has bad. thirty years experience In such matters, and has recently. made the change from Sydney, to IVagga -where ./lie- ~hSA- a . very' Tino record of successful achleyemeats..

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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MASONIC Lodge Bland Installation [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

MASONIC Lodge Bland Installa tion : The Installation of Worshipful Master and investiture; of officers of Lodge Bland was* carried out on Wed nesday evening last in the presence of loO . local and visiting brethren. The installation ceremony was ' psr '-formed, by Wor. Bro. E. G. Wright. A banquet was held at the conclusion of the ceremony. The officers for the ensuing year are: Worslupful Master, Wor. Bro. II. J; Ausburn. I. P. Master, Wor. Bro. E. G. Wright Senior Warden,.Bro. S. M. Smith. Junior Warden, Bro. J. Paton. Chaplain, Wor. Bro. E. M. Fraser. Treasurer, Bro. P. H. Stivens. Secretary, Bro. A. W. Badgery. Director of Ceremonies, Wor. Bro. J. W. Parker. Senior Deacon, Bro. F. Gibson. Junior Deacon, Bro. H. M. Rob berds. Organist, Wor. Bro. J. H. Lead bitter." . Inner Guard, Bro. S. R. MoncrieH. Stewards—Bros.' A. J. Abbott, S. R. Doble, J. Frank, G. W. Hudson, M. B. Miller, N. G. Moncrieff, H. M. Myers and If. B. Webster. Tyler, Bro. It. M. Robberds. Auditors, Bros. C. R. W...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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POSTPONED Hospital Dance [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

I ' 1 = POSTPONED Hospital Dance We have been asked to announce that the dance advertised by Messrs T. Dickenson and P. Jones for Wed- \ nesday, 28th March, in aid of fundrf of I | the Wvalong District Hospital, has been postponed till a future date. I This Is due to the fact tliat a dance In aid of the IniiUUitixin will be held at Wyalong on that date.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FOR THE QUIET HOUR Keep on the Trail! [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

FOR THE QUIET HOUR Keep on the Trail! (BY "GLEANER.") To-day in school, Slate and Church, special attention Is being given to work amongst tlie young. Our kinder gartens are nurseries of learning ol. which any country may be proud, and our public school system is something of which' we may boast. Passing through these channels of learning the poorest child gets a chance thai one time came: only to the "foutn-r, class." .. . AH our churches have specialists in Young People's Work. The young avj constantly appealed to. The heights by great men gained and kept f;re frequently brought before them;. The young are urged to strive and suc ceed."-. .. Believing that "tis education forms the common mind. Just 'as the twig is bent the tree's inclined," our edu cationalists and church leaders are doing their best to awaken enthus iasm, and to direct endeavor that the young life of our country may achieve the best Bossible. And right ly so, Education is still better than reformation. Let us use...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

D. R. BEDFORD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT WOLLONGOUGH ST., UNGAR1E Agent for Queensland Insurance Co. Phorw 69, Ungarie. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD; Opticians, 385 George St., Sydney . NEXT VISIT ' WYALONG: On Monday, April 2, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. and on Tues day, April 3, from 9 a.m. to> 12. noon, at the Globe Hotel, Wyalong. *' The firm lins visited this town re gularly for 30 years. H REFLECTING f !» TASTE AND | DISCRIMINATION. g ^ nriie exquisite pleasure of posses & sing CUT CRYSTAL WARE jj j$ nei?er diminishes and is only f? ■7 equalled bj> {he delight in buying ^ at fhe decidedly reasonable prices $ ^ offering here. See {his well selec- £ ^ ted variety! of Gut Glass—To-day. gj Jj F. W. Gibson \ t) Jeweller and Watchmaker '$ $ W. WYRLONG Phone 58 g Mr. R. Slioirs, Optician, visits West Wyaloug Friday, lath April. THE BABY SHOP WINTER DISPLAY OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES "Everything for the Child." i EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY MRS. WOOD & CO. Box 97 v Phone 173 (Next Leadbit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

HOTELo PACIFIC MAMLY N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL: FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites.with rBath. Hot and Cold Water in every. Room i ! | Magnificent Ballroom/, Golf Links Eknvling Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/- per day. Children* Half Rates.' : . Special ^Tariff for period of one month or longer!^ i Telephone : Manly S29, 830, S31.' O Have Two Strings to . Your Bow I Save Unnecessary Running of .. Your Big Car by Owning The World's Economy Car indispensable to Farmers and Graziers Wliat it costs to run an Austin Seven, taking 6000 :niles per annum as a basis:— 120 gallons petrol at 2/2 gallon . . £13/0/0 6 gallons oil at 8/6 gallon 2/11/0 Full set tyres, costing £15, will cover , over 12,000 miles—6000 miles . . 7/10/0 £23/1/0 6000 miles for £23/17- works out at .922d or less than Id per mile for 2 adults and 2 or 3 children, which is equivalent to 3 miles per Id for each grown up person. No motor cycle and side car can afford anything like.equal comfort and accommod...

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DRAINAGE OF UNGARIE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

DRAiNAGE OF UNGARIE Mr. -I-I. F. Wilkinson (Shire En gineer) anil Mr. S. D. Ilydo (Assist ant Clerk) represented the Shiro Counci' on the matter. The Engineer said that with r the as istance of the Railway . Department/ the Council could lesson the danger and bring about a big improvemnt in tho goneral conditions of the town. There was a big, possibility o£ split ting the water, and it was-,Council's intention of forming a road across the line from the' mlaiu: street. If ■ the culvert the Railway Department halt on the Ungarle sido of tlie crossing could be made on the other side it would make a; better provision for draining the water. They would liavo a much better chan,ce of regulating the flow ,and diverting it to the Mer ringreon road. Council had already commenced the construction of a stoim drain with a view to making it safe for the townspeople. He suggest ed the co-operation of an engineer from tho Railway Department in the matter. : The- Engineer also referred to the two ....

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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GOLF ASSOCIATES Annual General Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

GOLF ASSOCIATES Annual General Meeting : The annual general meeting of the West Wyal'ong Golf ^Associates was held at the Memorial Ilall on Tues day' niglit last. The chair, was occu pied 'by 'the: President, . Mrs Cussen, and- there were1 also present—Mos dames Wallder, Plackett, 'Middleinis, Tait; McGee,; Helyar, AW J. Macdon ald, Swan, Moncrieff, Misses N. and D. Helyar, S. and E. Shaimin, King, and the Hon. Secretary. (Mrs Parker) ■' Having been in > recess < : for 12 months, the President asked for an oxpression of opinion as to whether it was desirable to reform the As sociates. :; -Mrs-; Wander moved that, the As sociates be reformed. . Seconded by,; Mrs Helyar and .car ried., .The; following; office; bearers were then elected:— ■ Prsident—Mrs Mcdonald. Vice-presidents—Mesdames Wallde': and Swan. , V Hon. Treasurer—Mrs- .\Tait.: . Hon. Secretary—Mrsv Moncrieff. •v Assistant • Secretary-—Miss King. Executive Committee—The officers and Mesdames Iielyar and &am...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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EXCURSION TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

EXCURSION TRAIN Messrs. ,'A. Andrew and W. B. | McDonald (representing the Chamr > ber of Commerce) asked that a train from Central -Wyalong; connect witn. the cheap .excursion , train from .Tor .mtora ou. Thursday, 5th April (Easter Eve). > '■ Mr., t.Reid replied .that lie had al ready forwarded the request to the Commissioners/ who . repliod. tliat per mission could not be granted the ex tension. That answer was final. After hearing-, the . explanations of the deputation, who pointed out that the convenience; of between 50 and 00 residents' of West Wyalong would be served by the ' connection, Mr. Reid said iti was possible .they might, be able to arrange for the despatch of a goods train from Central Wya long, in time, to connect with- the ex-, cursion- train leaving Temora on tho 5th proximo He; would advise them later. •> 1

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EMPTY TRUCKS WANTED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

EMPTY TRUCKS!WANTED Messrs. G. Iliston, A. Andrew ana I-I. Kaye (representing the Chamber of Cammferce) asked that a number of empty, trucks be left at Central i Wyalong • station for the receival of wheat and wool. Mr. Histon pointed, out that dur ing the wool season the position at the local.station was very acute. The ] fact that there'were neither trucks nor' tarpaulins,''especially in wet I weather, was very serious. The- man "in the know" could order liis^trucks and^be sure o£ getting them, but the man who did not know was very seriously inconvenienced. The policy adopted had been to return all empty I trucks to 'femora, and then send the ! truolcs back to West Wyalong Eor re loading. The position very often was that "in'.the absence of trucks orders were cancelled. By allowing two or three empty' trucks to .remain in i the Jojjal x.ards^the Department would, be conferring a big convenience to the public ■ Mr. Andrew stated that not only during the wool season was the truck sh...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

H. 1ADDLER AND BOOT REPAIRER ! ■ < i w i ■ i ;h ■ Maltland Street (near Fire Station)' WEST WYALONG new; bakery At Tallinjka, I WISH to notify the public ot Tal taiba and district that I, have opened H NEW AN DUP-TO-DATE BAKERY ft Tallimba as from December 3. Ay Motto: Cleanliness and Civility. GIVE ME A TRIAL E. J. BICKLE WHEAT GRADING 3usiness as Usual Reduced Prices. Workmanship Guaranteed S. McINTYRE tallimba: WEST END BAKERY WEST WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended to Deliver 'Bread' in both towns and de liver to all trains and all coaches. X White Bread, Brown Bread, Small". Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday;' Cakes Civility and Good Service • FRASER BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) TO PRESERVE EGGS ttat will POACH, BOIL m FRK The only really perfect Ebe Preserver U "OVO." Simple to use (FAILURE IM POSSIBLE), while "OVO" Rives results not obtainpMif hy any other means. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Store keeper In the State can obtain supplies for you through any ...

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AREA COMMISSIONER Visit to West Wyalong. Various Requests Made. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

AREA COMMIS SIONER I * I Visit to West Wyalong. Various Requests Made. In tlio Bland Shire Chambers on Wednesday evening , several local deputations waited on the Area Com missioner (Mr. J. D. Reid) tlie latter being accompaniedj by .Messrs. Hud son . (District Superintendent) Hunter (Divisional Engineer) Filey (officer- j in-charge Water Supplies), and Spicer (Assistant District Superintendent)

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CORONER'S INQUIRY Fire at Callinan's [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

* CORONER'S INQUIRY Fire at Callinan's At the local court-house on "Wed nesday, the District Coroner (Dr E. P. Fisher) resumed the inquiry into the circumstances'surrounding the at tempt to burn the premises of Mr. E. Cnlllnan, iriercer, o£ Main Street, West Wyalong, on tile 2-ith December, 1027. I .The evidence adduced at the, pre vious hearings lias already been pu1> Iislisd in the "Advocate". ■ "Mr. Evans (G. P. Evans and Eng lert) was present on behalf of . Mr C. V. Horton, Sergeant Johnston was present on behalf of the police, and ex-Superintendent C. P. McHardic watched the proceedings on behalf of Mrs McHardie (owner of the prem ises). . ... ,. j ,| ; . Clarence Victor Horton (in answer to Sergeant Johnston) deposed: . I know the premises occupied by Cal linan. X was an applicant for . one. ot those shops. I wrote Mrs. McHardie asking for a tenancy. of one of the shops. I received several communicat ions from Mrs McHardie on the mat ter, ■ and the offer was - deterred; The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

ORGANIZATION Organisation stands be hind the New Rugby Car, first during the entire process of manufacture, second throughout its long and competent service to its owner. Knowledge of Australian require ments, the skill to apply it and the equipment to fashion it are so or ganised as to produce a quality car at the lowest possible price. Through service facilities that are ■ world-wide this organisation con tinues to function oil a permanently established basis. The content ment that goes hand, in hand with Rugby Car ownership is the result of its active presence. Yet another reason why the New Rugby Car is the " Aristocrat " of the low price field. SMESBBOMS MOTORS LTD.' 258 Cast! :reagh Street, Sydney. Hie MEW RllCBY'QIR FOURS - - SIXES A Car you'll be proud to drive. [N.R.8. Assoc.] The New Silent Rugby Four and the Greater Rugby Six are made in Canada, assembled in Australia and fitted with Australian bodies. / ^ Mgi' ^ ATE VER your preference in ™ * alcoholic liquors, you canno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

Perch ami J>Iack Bream in -*(>/ tyuttVA/ it ihv 'FREEZING WORKS LA/U CARCELUCO H, A. BARRACLOUCH, LTD. Ct'ifjt St., Sydney H&v*: Y'lt-j'sSj t;jIf; )/;w/; I lor thift-f V/»J<J« HJ/Htm, IT pjl '!#)* 'A Wxtt. Are you "sitting pretty" on four good, sound tyres, with a , husky spare to back you up? Or are ■■■. you Wondering, when that right rear is going; to give up the , struggle? ,1 ;, If ,you have1 any doubts, nov/s the time to get them off- your mind. Goodyear tyres are certainly the lyres these days. v « And we were never so well fixed to take care of you.. Big stock of tyres; fresh stuff; all sises. Accessories, too. Come in any time, if it's only for a - valve inside. We're always glad to see yoii. The ncw^JilkWcathcr Tread ; Balloon has 'been called , the . handsomest'tyre ever built^r ■ yet its true value to',, the ihotoristV.rcsEs.- with, the: full ; traction; smooth ■ ;going; and : long, slow wgar it so capably .,. delivers.^<vFKi t the new ...

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