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B.N.A. HOSPITAL Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

B.N.A. HOSPITAL Monthly Meeting The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in Mr. A. F. Gillet's office on the 5tli inst., There were, present. Mr. L. C. Adamson (chair) Mrs I. Pole, Messrs. A. P. I-Iayes, T. Tay lor, W. Pole, J.-: W. Cross, ©. T. Cope, A. F. Gillett, Dr P. D. Dan iel, and R. II. Taylor (Secretary).«... Apologies were , received, from Messrs. D. Beattie, D. T. Clarice ana G. A. Wallace: It was decided to write the local branch of the C. W. A., asking for refund of rent during flood period. ; Committemen spoke in glowing terms of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Rial for the manner In which they threw their homje open when the hospital was re cently flooded.; It was through their generosity that the Institution was able to carry on. Patients were trans ferred and made very- comfortable. As a small .token of esteem, and or gratitude it was- decided to aslc Mr. and Mrs Rial to accept membership for. the financial year. ^ A motion was carried in which -It was decided to run a Hos...

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

UNGARIE NOTES A number of our townspeople have got busy- and tho formation of. an Amateur Dramatic Society is well on the way. ■ At a meeting held last week the attendance was large and all present most enthusiastic. . : It was decided to form a Dramatic Society and Social .Club ,and.■Mr. H. Dryden was elected -President, with Mr. A .P. Hayes Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. ■ . A committee consisting of the President, Secretary, and Messrs. Ivinred, Munro, Newb'iggiug, Hake,' Mrs. Kinred, Mrs. Bedford, Miss Holden, and Miss Tasker , was chosen. Mr. Hake lias accepted the posi tion of manager. ; \ VTlie aims and objects - of the soc iety are: To foster and develop dra matio and musical talent available: at Ungarie; and to offer financial . as sistance to any worthy public or charitable movement in the district. Our membership is now about-40, i and we, are anxious to enrol all in-, terested. The Society hopes to hold its first rehersal, •which will be a "try out," in about three weeks....

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

STOCK MARKET FIRM ! The -Co-operative Wool and Pro-1 duce" Co. Ltd. (C. E. Wallder & Go. local agents) wired us "as follows' oa Thursday afternoon:- (■ s >■ ■ "Bolli tho'slieep and cattle markets' were firm at Hoinebush to-day"' \ i

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

SALVATION ARMY Sunday, 25th: 11 a.m. and 7.20 p.m. West <Wyalong. • Monday, 26th: 3 p.m. Special Wo mep's., jSleeting. 8 p.m. Public Meet ing• •• W..E.-Sweeney, C.O.

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

WANTED A .mechanic. Only First Class man ri^ic^ .apply. Apply , ungakib GARAGE. I Ungarle.

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

; D. B7"'O'CONNOR''^""" • ' ^ Musical Comedy Coy. The above well known combin&ifoiv who liavo been touring with the lat est J .C .Williamson successes for sev eral years, will pay a visit to West Wyalong on the evening o£ Tuesday?'; 27th. The attraction is the famous: musical comedy, "What Happened^f'o Jones?" The picture :o£ this . J^pyfar comedy ' was exceedingly;; funiiy^0 Snd'' the play itself is more so,...wMiifthe' funniest of dialogues, bright'';"koi?g^,* and dances. Supporting .Mr. 0*C8nV nor, wlio is the V .central flgu r y''1!)o £' •Tones, are the Misses ' £>; ■ Biiifffou,'1 Boris "George,. Amy Morgan,^,' Gwen Mahon, Courtney Ford,: Arthuiv Br6clc,' and others. The season is" ior'f&iS' night only, and reserved seats iia^fbe booked at Emmett's. ' . t,,-i i State Wide Appeal FOR LIMBLESS SOLDIERS : K"aviJr. We the undersigned holders'oir:the Victoria Cross being members ,of„Jfie., Limbless' Soldiers Aquatic Club arid" Provident Fund Appeal Committee makfe'...

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

No More SMUT, ®g° ®UMp is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (GOO Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted (1:1000). Untreated Formalin, 1 :-100, 5 minutes im mersion Eluestone, 1 %, 5 min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitrioline, 2oz. per bushel.. '.. Field Germination % 1)2.3 S5.0 - 81.3 SD.S 02.S % Built 10.5 0.0 : 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost is extremely low. Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. OUNI f>RY P8C&LIMG POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents for N.S.W. : keep, ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BEGGING ALMS Stranger in Trouble [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

| BEGGING ALMS Stranger in Trouble Robert Turnbull Sanderson, 4!!, pleaded jiot guilty at the West Wya long police court on Wednesday to a charge oC.having begged alms in pub lic. , j,. , Messrs. Av, J;, Joseph and G.: Wood, Js'P./ were on the Bench . 'Constable',; Sharkey deposed: On, 19th Just, .from- a message received, I went to.Grenfell Street and saw de fendant speaking to a man at the door. He lieard defendant say "I have heeir looking for work all over tlie town and can't find any. I am, a chem ist by trade and have travelled tlie whole of the Commonwealth.. T can't , get jWork and I want the price of a bed.'- The householder replied, "I'm .out of work myself and can't afford to give you money." Defendant kepi oil asking, and I ,said, "What are you doing at this man's door asking for money. He replied "I never asked for money—I asked for work." I asked the householder if defendant had asked for money and he replied, "Yes, bur. I,did not give him any." On the way ■to the poli...

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

NOVELTY BILLIARD TOURNAMENT 'A novelty milliard tournament was held at tlie AVest Wyalong Literary Institute on Tuesday night last. The ■winner was Mr. A. Andrews, who de feated Mr. Wallder in tlie final. All the players' entered/into it with vigour, and somie very;:close games were witnessed. Some remarkable shots were played and the game, In some cases, was "all; in", pot the 'White counted two. Sixteen, players took part in the game and some ol the favorites were beaten. , The game played was- 50 up first round, 30 up for the 'remaining rounds, a player only allowed one shot at a time. ■ The tournament was under the control of Mr. Stivens and the Billiaro ■ Convnuiltee, and was highly success ful.Otlier -suggestions for novelty tournaments were mentioned, and it is to be hoped they will eventuate in the nearfuture. , . • During tlie next three months, prizes to the value of £1/1 each will bo: given for the biggest billiard anu . snooker breaks. Tlie winners of the biggest break p...

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

AVELLA APPLES CHOICE JONATHAN APPLES, wrap ped and packed In new cases, freight | paid. 12/6 per bushel case. CHOICE FIVE CROWN COOKING APPLES, similarly paclced, 10/0 per bushel case. Reduction 1/ per case on odor lour cases or more. • Terms cash with order. Apply— MRS. W. M. II. PIDDINGTON, "Avella," Running Stream. TAKE YOUR SKINS, HIDES, AND FURS TO J. J. GORMAN fWEST WYALONG . . ■ h< CASH BUYER. TOP PRICES I Autumn DISTINCTIVE NEW Which establish a new high standard of indi viduality and smartness COATS ^ WOOL VELOUR COATS, Silk lined. ^ Fur Collars and Cuffs. ^ FUR COATS, Fancy lined. # TAILORED COSTUMES FROCKS ENGLISH WOOLLEN JACKETS, LUJVIBER SPECIAL FELT HATS, two tone. EVENING FROCKS, Georgette, Lame, and Crepe de Chene. HANDBAGS, KID GLOVES, SILK GUOVES. KAYSER AND AS-YOU LIKE-IT HOSIERY, in all wanted Winter Shades. . > SILVER BEAD FRINGE FUR TRIM MINGS, GOLD AND SILVER LACES, in all widths. V' w r •**' >.U' John Meagher & MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS...

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

.SupremeIn Performance I Stv > y,:>' Records They Have Made This Sumvnev 1 r- 4/9/27 *1" ; ' SYDNEY to COWRA j ; Z04 miles in 4hr. I4min. BucUlcy and Cunningham in HUDSON . -- <v.. , ;:f.' 21/11/27 MEL30URNE to SYDNEY 575 miles in nhr. S4imin. Buckley and ■ Bartlett in HUDSON en. ESSEX only <■ 28/10/^7 SYDNEY TO BOUUKE 512 miles in 12 111 . 15 miri. Lnpham and Cooper in \ ESSEX * >' .-y 7/1/28 f IYDNEY to MELBOURNE S75 miles in iohr.:simin. Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON < 2-8/11/27 DARWIN to MELBOURNE 3440 miles in 6 days 4hr. 28 min3. MucUay and Wood In ESSEX 25-30/1/28 FUEM ANTLE to. SYDNEY 3too miles In 4 <iayi 23hr_ 5 min. Mackay and Wood in ESSEX 2/2/28. ADELAIDE to MELBOURNE 525 miles in tohr. 46miri. • Buckley and Bartlett in '•V HUDSON HUDSON only '' 25-30 Cwt. All British Bean Trucks will out-work and out-last a?l other.trucks in their class. Try thern. CHASSIS £397/10/ PLATFORM £437/10/ TIPPER £477/10/ MSEtir & ...

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

* i L \3|SSe srt ' rp > M»v , The VICTOR Natural Expression Player Piano Will enable YOU to play delightfully any class of music with natural expression and without sign of mechanical effect. It will perfectly satisfactorily withstand your most severe summer temperatures. It's possession will add very greatly to your ordinal opportunities of home enjoyment and to your social pleasures. Fitted with .the .usual attachments and the Natural Expression and Transposing devices. It can be purchased on very easy terms. We will gladly send you Catalogues and detailed information on request. Will you please investigate? 33& George St. & 206-210 Pitt St. SYDNEY. Local Dealer, A. EMMETT When we put the NEW Goodyear Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather * Tread—the famous old All-Weather re designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. ^ , TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goody ear's Greatest Tyre....

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YOUNG'S RECORD First Town with Alternating Current [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

1 YOUNG'S RECORD First Town with Alter nating Current I Electric light wan first switched on at .Young la 1888. It was the first, town in Australia, according to Mr. G. Cranfleld, to use alternating cur rent.-After nearly 30 years there was a change-over to direct current. Now •in 1928Young has returned to the al ternating current system, and this .will probably remain forever.

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

HOME BUILDING Sir Elliott Johnson (Lang) asked tliQ Federal Treasurer if the mach inery of the Housing Act was in or der so that tho scherno could be put into operation. In the absence of tile Treasurer, the Prime Minister stated that tho present position was that the direct; ors of the Commonwealth Bank were negotiating with tho Savings Banks arranging means whereby tmioneys available might be taken over. No finalty, however, lias, yet been reach ed.^ j . , ^

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

A. W. STIDWILL General Commission Agent UNGARIE Large Stocks of Super and Bunticide on Hand. A. W. STIDWILL Box 40 UNGARIE. Phone 15 Give Me a Trial Satisfaction Guaranteed with, the RADIOLA A 6 Valve Superheterodyne Broadcast Receiver. Housed rtLxf in high grade Cabinet and f entirely complete with all accessories, including Amplion Loud Speaker - - £45 Terms—£9 Deposit and small monthly payments. The world's foremost engineers agree that the Super • heterodyne Principle as incorporated in the Radiola is one of the greatest inventions in broadcast receivers. A special feature of the Radiola is that che.ultra-sensitive ' receiver unit is sealed in a compact metal catacomb or container which after assembly, is filled with insulating > compound which permanently protects the components, from damage, interference or variation. Neither dust nor damp can enter the catacomb. The Radiola incorporates in a superlative degree all the © essentials for efficient broadcast reception: ■' V>...

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CONSTABLE HAMMOND Farewell Function at Ungarie [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

CONSTABLE HAM MOND Farewell Function at Ungarie Over 100,male members of the com munity' assembled at - a smoke social in the Ungarie Hall on Friday even ing last to bid' farewell to Constable E. P. Hammond, ' Who lias been re moved to Bowning, near Yass. Mr. H. C. Dryden occupied the chair, and extended a hearty \velcome to all present. After reading: apolo gies from the following gentlemen, Messrs. W. E. Barron, S. R. Stidwill, E. J. Cope, L. I-Iargreaves, J. Lee, and \V. J. Macdonald, all of whom ex pressed regret at their Inability to be present, but joined, in wishing both Mr. and Mrs. Hammond God-speed and good luck, lie proposed the toast of "The King," which was duly hon ored. On rising to propose t.be toast of "Our Guest," Mr. Dryden said it. gave him extreme pleasure tc( see such a largo gathering present that evening, an dalthough they felt regret at tin departure of one of their number, who had been residing among" them for nearly six years, they fully real ised that it ...

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(Published by arrangement) TYRANNY OF A NATION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

(Published by arrangement) TYRANNY OF A NATION The Wisconsin State Assembly, (reports the San Francisco "Examin ,er") lias denounced the Anti-Salooa (Prohibition) League for the evils now being exploded. The Wisconsin State Assembly re .solved: ■ That the Legislature of Wisconsin, expressing the opinion of every right thinking American, registers its in dignation at the un-American, law ess and despicable methods employed by the Ati-Saloon (Prohibition) League in its efforts to control the executive, legislative ;and official de partments of Government. : Commenting on this, the ''Evening i:Post." New York, says: | What all reasonable people wane i is a sensible modification of the Pro hibition law. The irresponsible tyran ny of the League stands in the way. The London "Daily Despatch," quotes Major Green, former chief j United States Prohibition Investigat or, as once again saying that a "stub born minority-lias led to Prohibition defeating the very thing it was de signed to accomp...

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

CORRECT WiEAR EARLY It lias, boon said . with, a certain amount'of truth tliat noise is always accompanied by needless wear anil loss o£ energy and power; and it would bo all to the good iC that state ment-was taken, as. the literal t.rutii and-'Invariably applicable tcji motor vehicles o£ all kinds. The result might < bo that-more inolice would be taken •of Vunaulhorisod'' noise issuing from a chassis and-body, .and of .the fact : that .their, receiving .earlier attention and" elimination, ^the maintenance i costs, especially llitjso caused by tlio, need for.new parts.and repairs would be-'appreciably reduced in the-. iang run." Although it would bo an.exagger ation to assert .that :evory wrongful noise 'from a car infers that all. the parts from whicli.thcy arise are wear ing-more rapidly, than need: be, or, i-aro absorbing onorp-y that should be - devoted to- driving the vehicle, that, •: viow;-would not be: found very : far ifrom wrong if the points..'were con jsidere...

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A SIMPLE SPRING OILER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

A SIMPLE SPRING. OILER' "When the spring leaves are - dry, overy'little' bump in th£ road-is trans mitted to the' chassis of the car. Roads' that are full ot small bumps, isuch as cobblestone streets, are ne igotiated more easily if. the springs j jare kept well oiled. An occasional ; splashing with old crankcase oil does '.the work,: but it is better to liayc ;some means of constantly feeding oil in ivetween thc'leaves. Serviceable old clips for this purpose may be con-' slructed - cheaply and easily of some sheet'lii'etal-strips, 1 by: 7 inches, with three, holes in each. Dent downi the motal around the centre lioio, using ahall^peon hammor. Tlien wheni . the metal is bent'around the spring with a piece of lamp wick under It, the centre hole, .will form a small pocket, that projects upwards, anc ican be filled from'art.oiican. The best way is to have eight clips in all-ono on each-side of each spring shackle. A little kerosene -mixed with the old crankcase oil will make the oil pe...

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MOTORS AND MOTORING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 23 March 1928

i >■) Car owners often cause .themselves 1 juite a considerable amount pt 'rouble by breaking off short tho cyl inder head slnuls. One frequent cause of this, is that small particles o£. carbon fail into the stud-liolos dur ing the process : of docar])onisalion,' Mid when attempts arc . made. again toi screw the stud home they brealc off and must then be drilled orvt' and the liolos resapped, for it' is hardly likely that the1..broken piece can bo extracted in tho ordinary way as it will bo so thoroughly ;-jammed/ or, rather, "cjirboned"; at its lower. etul To avoid all this work after decar bonishing, oach stud hole should, bo cleaned out by 'means of a twist; drill of a. size 1-G4th in.;, under" the'inner diameter of the threads" so . that there is no risk of injuring-them .A second cause of breakage Is pulling down the studs too tightly. This would seem obvious, butvit is surprising how often it is dono, as it is only with contin uous practice that a man who is not gifted with...

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