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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
BUSH FIRES. Bush fires are raging at Wagga and • adjacent districts. Mr. Collio notifies that' he will &lt; shortly sell by., auction the whole of the late Mr. Thomas Rouse's house hold furniture. As it is & splendid lot, the sale is worth waiting for. During last year there were 103 - deaths from typhoid fever in Sydney, the highest rate for the last six years, Tho-population of Sydney and suburbs is estimated at 438,300. The undermentioned application for a gold mining lease of Crown Lards has been approved :—E. McDonnell, M.T. 21, county Gipps, parish \Vya> long;'area, 3 acres 1 rood 8£ perohoa, Attention is directed, to Mrs, Stoma's' advertisement- in this issue, Mrs. Sibraa is a thoroughly ex perienced nurse, and 'has the highest credentiala from the leading doctors of1 tho colony. Those requiring the ser vices of a good nurse could ;not do better than give her a trial. The fee* are very reasonable. For Glass, cut to any size, try E. Mills, West Wyalong. A la...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
St. BarnubaV West Wyalon&lt;r. Jan. 20, 11 a.m, Holy Communion, Rov O "W Batten ;'7.30 p m, Mr. Biinnislor. Jud. 27! 7.3U p.m, Rov Ci W Rattan. Jan. llj Waraboyno. .'S.'IO p.m, Rev G W Baft'en. Jan. 13, Marsdon, Rev G W Batten, Jan. 27, Hiawatha, 3 p.m, Ro7 G W fatten. ' ' G. W. Rattorr, . . .. Incumbont.
Wesleyan for vices. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
"Wealeyan for vices. Jan. &lt;5th, West Wyalono 11 a.m ; Speed well, 3 p.m.: Wyalong, 7.30 p.m. Subject •—The 01(3 Century and tho New Nation. C. G. Walkom. Jan. 13th. Wyalong, 11 am; ililga, 3. p m; West Wyalong, 7.30 p.m. C. G. Walkom. • Jan 20, Bena 11, Hiawatha 3.30, Wya" long, 7.30- C. G. WaJkotfi Jail 27, Wamboyne "11, " We3t "Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom Fob 8,. WVsfc Wyaltmg 11, Speedwell 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkc'iiV- Wamboyne 3—GWood?. - , Feb 10, "iJfiiia 11,'Hiawatha 3.30,- West •W3wflonj» 7.30-iG G Walkom Fob 17, Weat, Wyalong I I.Milga 3, Wya long 7.30—C G Walkom; Wamboyne 3—J. Woods: West Wynlong 7.30—J. Howard Feb 24, Wambovno 11, West Wyalong 7.J0—C G Walkom / March'3, West Wyalont; 11. Speedwell 3 Wyalong 7.30—C CJ Walkom; Wamboyne ; 3—(J W(j'od:&lt; 'March;, 10,."Ifena ill, Hiawatha 3, West ' Wyalong 7.31'—O.G Walkom ; March 17, Weat'Wyalong 11, Milga 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom ;: Wamboyne 11. Went Wj'alonsf 7.30—'> Woods March 24, Wamboyne 11, WeBt ...
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
f LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Oootamumlra, Tom ova, IVmned mati, an d Wyaion.a-, daily, (Smiuny* excepted) at 5,')0 p.m., arrives at "\Vosl "Wynloncr i:t p.m. From Ung-arie, Condobolin, oto., Tuesdays and Fridays at l u.ra Prom Maradcn and Forbes, Sundays and Thursdays nttip.m. .. From i'a^ogrin, Mondays, "Wednesday::, and Fri dnys at 4 p.m. From Cav.)on, on Sunday.? at. (> p.m. T". From Kildury, on VTefin^dny* and 'Saturdays at C P.m. . . , . V :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
BAUX: The WELL-KNOW.\t SPECIALIST j &lt;an:.l Indian Occulist, Is in receipt of tin-* following tesfci r monial :— Wyrtlftttg,"Dec, 26fc1), 1900, . | This is to certify that I, pJinrlns-Peiry,! ■ of Wyalonir, have been thor^u^hly cured | of a disease in the eye, it briii£- had fur about five months, a scum growing on tho eyej causing terrible pain, the eye lining almost closed, and my sight being impaired Jo'tho extent that during the last few weeks before consulting Lnloo j Mahomed Baux, Indian Occulist, I could not discern any object beyond tho distanco ' ..of a few yards. After (i weeks' treatment daily by Luloa Mahomed Baux, I am more than pleased to affirm that holms effected a complete cure, my eyesight being' Very clear and as strong as ever. X nerer. lost one day's work all the time lie was .treating my eyes. I would strongly ve crmmend anyone suffering from any dis ease of the eyes to con.-ult Laloo Mahomed Baux. Indian Occulist, • and Ilia treatment, and I have no ...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
BRIEF ITEMS. Our con(cnspo:ary lias been hauled over t-1)(i coals by a couple of indignant eorrepondents over a Rascality para graph about a certain Mayor. It was neither interesting or witiy. The challenge to the writer of the par to give the name of the Mayor, places him in a very awkward position, and should stit've as a lesson to mind his own business. A large quantify of clutft is being delivered in town, the principal con sumer being Messrs. Gelling and Hons, whoso lar;,c. premises are being con tinually lilied, Mr. J. C. Watson is going for the Bland Division, which includes Wyit long, for the Representative Federal Seat. Mr. Watson's chances are very good. We hear that our member, Mr. W. A. ITolinan, M.P., who is studying law, intends going up for examination \ery shortly. We wish him luck, and hope to hear he has succeeded in passing his first examination. Our local Progress Committee are a very energetic body, and some impor tant business was transacted oil Ftiday last. Th...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
' BEPAI! TURKS. : For fiunnedirimi, Tomora, CYiutamr.ndra, and Syd ney, daily,•fSimduy^cxeepled) at 7 a.m. For Ungaiie, on Tuesdays rind Saturday/) at K p.m. Tor Mavsdru and Forbes, ou Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7-a.m. ' For Yalgogrin, on Tucs'.lays, Thursdays and Bat days at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Saturdays at (J a.m. For ICilclfuy, on "Wedue.sdavs and Saturdays atT a.m. , Tlmnniilfi arc delivered nt the post, office up In 8 p.m. caclj day. EMails are ready for delivery about half-an-hbur after the arrival of coach. Letter bo:c elearod for despatch at 6 a.m. each day. Pillar box at Central "SVysdong cleared daily at 7;.W p.m. Money Order, and Government Saving DanV. Hours—Week days—:10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays— 10a.m. to 1 p.m.
CABLEGRAMS. SERIOUS ILLNESS OE THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
CABLEGRAMS. SERIOUS ILLNESS OE THE QUEEN. London,. Monday.:—Her &lt;■ Majesty Queen Victoria is in extremis at Os borne. Her death is probably a matter of a few hours. London, Tuesday.—Tlie Queen'a illness has created a profound impres sion in Germany and Europe, and the Kaiser's devotion to the Queen byhig.. prompt jpurney to Osborne. Want of sleep is the chief cause of - Her Majesty's illness, combined with local obstruction to the. circulation of« blood in the brain. King Emanuel of Italy, Ch'rfstian of Denmark, and President MacKinley are specially solicitous. ' ; His Holiness the Pope says he is deeply sorrowful and prays earnestly for the Queen's recovery. The Cape people say it is the worst news received during the past unhappy twelvemonths. The Australian Commonwealth Cab inet sent a cable of sympathy. Simi lar cables were also sent separately'by the State Governments. - - Prayers for the Queen's recovery were offered in many count*y churches-; yesterday. : . . Later...
The Federal Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901
The Federal Tariff. The following is an extract, (from the ' Daily Telegraph') of Mr. Barton's remarks on the t&riff question, during his speech at Maitland :—' If we are to provide for uniformity of the post office, for a reasonable tariff in tele graph, old age pensions, and so on, can anyone tell me how that is to be done by such a tariff as the other side have given by going into the position with out knowing our proposals or tlio facts upon which they rest? (Cheers.) Again, will - anyone tell me what re sources there can be becaus&of extreme direct taxation by the Commonwealth to make up..all the shortages of the Commonwealth revenue-left by the tariff proposals of the other- side, and how in the event of that direct taxa tion the States are to make up their own shortages- wlien the Common wealth has dried up the sources of direct taxation 1 You cannot make up this shortage of a huge sutn by any such Customs proposals as the other side have brought forth, and th...