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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

Progress Committee. A meeting. o( the above was held at Onllins's Hotel on Friday -night last. Present: Messrs. Helyar (chair), Mills, Green, Goggins, and emmctt (Secre tary). ::jj1.\ute3 The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. recreation ground. A letter was read from the Lands Department intimating that the fol lowing Trustees had been appointed in the addition of 10 acres to the West Wyalong Recreation Ground, dedicated 3rd October, 1900 :—Messrs. Henry Richard Helyar, Griffith Parry Evans, John Patrick Meagher, Frpd. Charles Hancox, and Russell Alfred Collie. road FROM BANNAN's HOTEL. A communication from the Works Department stated that the proposed road from Batman's Hotel to the cemetery, mooted by the Committee, had been referred to the Lands De partment for location. acknowledgments. A letter was read from Mr. R. D Meagher, M.L.A., thanking the As sociation for their kind sentiments in i his endeavours to urge on local matters. He trusted that in the ne...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. WYALONG, DISTRICT P.A.H. and I. ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor Wyalong ADAOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

OPEN* COLUMN". WYALONG, DISTRICT P.A..H. and I. ASSOCIATION. (To tlio Editor Wyalong Adaocate,) Sir,—I note by your report of meeting of above Society, held on Thursday night last, and the business transacted at the meeting wish' surprise. It is with very deep regret and reluctance I feel called upon to enter, a-Strong protest against the action of the com mittee this month. I would first draw your uttention to Clause 5 of t he rules ; it reads as follows " The annual general meeting of the Society shall be held in the first week of March in each year, for the purpose of electing officers, altering anil amending. the rules (if re quired); passing the accounts (which must be audited by two members of the Society), and for other business necessary to the welfare of the society. Any proposition for altering rule» must la submitted to the committee through the Secretary-21 days previous to the annual meeting, and notice of tuch alteration to be advertised by the Secretary 14 days previo...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

From the Front. Mr. Collie has kindly handed us the following letter from Trooper Chnrlcp Hughes :— Kroonstad Hospital, December 18,. 1900.—Dear Sir,—Since I wrote last tc you I.ara very pleased to say I have a lot of news to tell—pleasant and unpleasant. While out at a place called Rhenoster I had the misfortune to ba shot through theelaow, breaking the bone, and the bullet oassed throusrh my two thighs, but • without touching either bones. I came into this hospital the next night, and since then, I am very pleased to say, I have progressed -ery favorably. My arm has now completely . healed up, but it is still very stifi—unci I can walk with the aid of a stick. • I went out for a little stroll yesterday for the first time for a month. I expect to leave hero very shortly for Capetown, and will prob ably sail for good old Australia on 1st February, or thereabouts—absolutely cured of any desire to stay in this 6od-forsaken country; so I hope to see you very shortly. I did'rit-get the ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

Presbyterian Ghurcli. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the congre gation of tlio above churcli was hold at West Wyalong on Monday night. There was a fair attendance present. The meeting, was opened by ..the singing of Pslam 100, and prayer by by the Rev E. N. Mcriington, B. A.. Mr. Merrington, during the course of an address, out linnd the history of the Wyalong charge since its incep tion four years ago. During that period, notwithstanding the many changes in the ministry, success had been achioved. During the uiinisty of Mr. Laurie the church was erected, and opened free of debt; and the anniversary of the opei'ing of that building would be celebrated on. Sun day week. The speaker said that there were not many Presbyterians on the field, and therefore the con gregation should stand loyally to gether if they wish tho work to bp carried on successfully, His term as Minister of the Charge would expire in February, and he could safely say that during his tenure of office pro gres...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murder in a Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

i Murder in a- Train; London, January 18.—A- terrible tragedy occurred in a train on the Labdon and SouUi-Western lino yes terday. j-usti" as th:& feaih hhtl left Surbiton one df the passengers, an ex staldiS?' n(inied'-;Iiill," shdt' at. and killed an-elderly farmer nan'ied" jp&rsbn iiv.j •iho'.-lavatpry compartment of <1 bar'-' -'riage. He tlion - shot" in " thS check a •jyidow lucljvj whoAvas tho only other pasaongor in the carriage.- The ' lady ,£eigned death, and Hill, having rifled iPearson's pOekot-s, jumped from tho itraln as it ontered Vauxhall Station. i As soon as tho man left' tho carriage tljo lady gavo tho alarm. Hill was (■followed, and,xafter an ejcciting-cluiso, oirrestod;'1 When before this court, Hill' con fessed his guilt and was remanded; y: The real . name of the murderer is George Parkor, and' he is' a nativo of St'udlriy, Warwickshire. The murdered man, Mr, Pearson, was a'wull-known farmer at Winchester Tho bullet has been extracted...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate. WEDNESDAY, JAN, 23, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1901. '!>'». VW'lll. - .1 . : — : ^?;Sro"y'ery- pleased to note that the local Progress Cdmmitte avo stirring . matters in connection with the Welfare of the town. Tire matter of securing the crass street hits received many sudden jerks, but there is no doubt the committee will soon obtain what they have been fighting and strug gling'over for so long. At the Inst meeting there were some serious muiters brought under, notice, and ' • "«djicfciwitt-'req.aire-im»ned£ilfcc' and firm 'ftttontii n- The- fli'st wns a coiiiplaint that travellers are allowed "to camp' r.ight along side the While Tank, thereby contaminating the water supply. The second complaint is from tho caretaker of Double's Tank, who fsrya Shut dogs are continually swim ;ipg in tho water. This' is even worse than the first complaint. Tho third complaint is that a nightsoit deposit is alleged to bo in closo proximity to West Wyalong Tho tlneo above ■;j>ariied nuisances, are, in a combined Btate, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Hero and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

Hero and There. In connnraion with the reckless iviisto of money by tlie Government over tho C aninonwealUi Celebrations, tho following from the 1 Evening News'gives oik; little item covering £10,000 ' A £oort deal of quite un necessary expentfi has been entailed by tho Government in consequence of the action of the authorities in engaging apartment; for distingni-hed visitors, tlie appartn-.;: i(s nut; being subse quently occupied at nil or occupied for tlie period for which tho Government had engage:! I hem. There :-.rc s.-iid to bo (i very largo number of people from whom apartments were engaged, and ■whose rooms were not occupied. In some eases the rooms were occupied, but were not paid for by the guests. Tb is reported that the Government liability oil this account alone will amount to fully £10,000.' The young Rajah of Jind, who is • lord of the third biggest,native State under the Punjaub Government has celebrated his. coming of age by marry ing a European girl, Miss Olive Mo...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

BACING FIXTURES. Yass Jockey Club, February 5 and 6. Cootatnundra Turt Club, February 13 aud 14. ' Temorn Jockey Club, Fobruary 20 and 21. GoulbUrn Racing Club, Marclvland o. • Stockinbingal Turf Club, March 6. Tumiit Turf CIt;bi'March 27 and 28. Junoe Ilacing Club, -A pril 3 and 4. Albury 'Racing Club;'April' 17 and 18. At the Wardun'a Court on Monday, Aluxandor Sullars was granted suspen sion for one month on G.L. 1158, portion G.L. 4-1. Mr. Isaacs did a smart piece of work Qii Saturday last. We handed him tho copies of tlio P. and A. Society's balance sheet between 4 and 6 o'clock, and ho had them all posted in timo ..for dclirory that night. - School duties will resume on Monday next, after a sis weeks holiday. Many of the rising generation will be a bit rusty aftor such a long spell from the three r's. Lindsay's Appeal ■ Claim still con tinues to strike good stone. A large quantity ia at grass, and a 5. ton sample is to be treated by chlorination this week. Some good cricket wa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

REMEMBER— That G M Gallowny has still a • a few volumes of "The Path way of Life" to dispose of at a, REDUCED PRICE. :a OARD-) West - Wyalong, (Nearly Opposite White Tank Hotel.) Mrs. Sibraa is a thoroughly Experienced Nurse, and has the Highest References from the Leading Doctors of the colony. FEE—REASONABLE, To Contractors. THE Time for receiving TENDERS for Wyalong and District Hospital has been EXTENDED until SATURDAY, 28th January, at noon. Plans and Specifications can be seen on application to P. Clarke, sen., Neeld-st., Wyalong, from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m., or the undersigned. Endorsed-tenders to be delivered to LOUIS A. SCHOTT, Architect, Neeld-st. WyaloLg. Municipal District of Wyabng>, OTICE is hereby given that the day of r NOMINATION of C1NDIDATES for Election as ALDERMEN and AUDIT ORS is TUESDAY, the FIFTH day of FEBRUARY next. JEREMIAH MORIARTY, Mayor, Returning Officer. LoyalFcderaiLodge M.TJ. I.O.O.F. THE FIRST Anniversary Social Will be held in the Excelsior Hall, W...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

! Local and General. The Bland Division for the Hons" of Reprosi-nluMves in the Federal Parliament, inc'iiules the State Elec torates o£ tlu; Murnunbidgce, Wagga, Yourig, and that part of Grenfelf south of Lake Cowal, including Wyalong. At n. recent christening in West Macquarie electorate the mother was ' required to repeat the Lord's Prayor, but she never heard,of it. Soma of 'the loo-il children also had never heard of tho Creator, though one of them had heard of Mr. W. P. • Crick, the local member, and thought that he might be connected with the creation', whatever that might mean, In some way or another." The "Western Post" is responsible for the above paragraph. The time for receiving tenders for additions to WyaJong Hospital has been extended until Saturday, 2Gth January. Endorsed tenders must be delivered to Mr. L. A. Sehott, archi tect, Wyalong;' Th(i"" Mudgi'O Post" says fish are biting well at tho present time. So they are at Wyalong, bat Wyalong can only raise a few eray...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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London Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

I London Wool Sales. The following cable intelligence has been received respecting tin; opening of the first sci v s of London won] sains :— "Winchconibe, Carson i'.ncl Co., Ltd. : —' The sales opened with a largo at v tendance of both liouu; and foreign hiiyei's ; competition is animated. As conspired with closing rates of last s.'ri'-s, Australian merino is 5 per cent;, higher, while crossbred remains un changed.' ; Pastoral Pin-mco Association, Ltd. : —1 Compared with l:ist series' closing rates, prices all round show an advance of 7.} per cent. ; coarse crossbreds un changed.' Dalgety and' Company, Limited :— ' The fir-t series of wool sales, for which 339,000 bales are available, opened with an indifferent selection of wool, large attendance of buyers, and fairly animated competition. Prices for scoured merino wools in general are 5 per cent, to 7-A- per cent, higher. Greasy merino wools in general, 5 per cent, higher. The bulk of fi ic cross brod wools par to 5 per ccnt. highe...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

porting Notes. IJy '• Prodigal.'' A sni'iMonptioh list was opened at Tattersall's Club by Messrs. G;ixien Granny and Beales, for the Imperiil aoldieis wlio wereinjuied by the recent explosion of n cannon nt Moore P;jrk Tlio result of their labors is the hand-' sonio sum of £126 10a. One. and Redlight have been scratched for the Hurdle Race,. Tdle Boy and Jeanetto for the Stewards' Mile, Acrasia for the Canterbury Handicap, and Idler Boy, Sterling, Jeanetto, and "Wild Olivo for the Shorts Handicap, in cbiinection.-witb Saturday's meeting at Canterbury Park. V. Weights, for the' Newmarket Handi cap, Australian C-ip, Doncaster Handi cap, Sydney Cup, Oakleigh Purse and Plate, and Bond Cup were declared last Monday. .- 1 • The entries tofal 215 for the minor events at the S.T.G. meeting, being 18 more than last year. _ Instead of Sydney sending . .Mel bourne a big string of horses for the JSTewnjiirkefc Handicap and Australian 'Cup, Melbourne.is sending along an unusually large number fo...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 January 1901

The Cass of (vir. wm. McCarthy. (From (he Windsor and Hichmimd Qazc(it)i BY 0T3K SPECIAL EEPORTEK. Information having boon convoyed to tlie Oa^itethatMr. McCarthy liatl recoverc dfrom A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per tonally interview McCarthy himself on the 8ubjeefc. When our reporter arrived at MeOtratli's Ilill, near Windsor, he found whom he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in hfs forge. The way that Mr. McCarthy lifted up the heavy sledge as though it weighed but a few ounces quite astonished our reporter, for lie had expected to ihul l)so blacksmith in A VJsc.ii State of C-5cE.EtIi. " Ho*.v do you feol, asked our reporter ?" " Never felt better in'my life," replied the blacksmith, and ho put down his hammer and entered straight away iuto a conver B&tio». "You ask me what was the matter'with mo," said Mr. McCarthy, '1 well, that is what no one could tell mo. My illness cauio upon in...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

A Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and h Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS. ffl (From the " MarrickvilU Jtfvicw," lSfljOS.) || (BY oua SPEOIAI, KEPOB.TEB.) pj " Gkt the plain, unadulterated truth ! " K These were the instructions given to our |? (Weekly Review) reporter when he was do jplspatched to interview Mrs. James Williams, of Holtnesdale Stroot, Marrickville, Sydney. f'1 Our reporter was fortunate enough to find IK Mrs. Williams at home, and on his explain* {?■ ing the motivo of his visit that lady ao corded him a most hearty welcome. No ^ 0110, to look at Mrs. Williams now, would ever suspect that bIk; had suffered from any serious illness. Sho is a fino speaimon of a i' j woman, and looks in grand health. Our ro ?;■ uoner coniplimontod her ou her appearance. S3 '' I uaa very different a littlo while ago," Ksaid Jin. Williama, with a smile. " And that's wliat I want to hear all K about," roaponded the newspaper man. fej "I sultered," continued Mrs. Williams,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Here and There. GOOD ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

Here and There, GOOD ADVICE. *ii If yin your lip.i $ Would keep iYoiii slips, ^ Five things observe with cure: B Of whom .vim .speak, y To whom you speak, •'| And how, and v.-hen, auc. where. |j If you your enrs 'fii Would save from jeers, (y These things keep meekly hid : i-j ' Myself' and ' I,' 3 And ' mine ' and ' my,' ifj And how ' I do,' or ' did.' ;i] The Cudgellico correspondent/ to the jgCondobolin 1 Laehlander,' says :—A ^terrific wind storm passed over on Pri |iday, 11th inst., unrooting a shed or g,two and blowing verandahs off in S.jtown, and about 4 miles out on the jjjrivor, at Mr. M. Savilli's farm, it was jjso strong that it uprooted trees and ybroke branches off until the ground for $about half a mile wide wan thickly |.'strowu with broken timber. It also ^partly unroofed Mr. Kaville's hay shed, ^which was new, carrying some poles Sjitsed as riders as far as 50 yards from ;,:]ihe shed. These poles are about 2ewt. f^each and twelve were removed with ;Jjtlio roofing, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

TO - A - DEPARTING FRIEND, The Pathway Of Lif0, BY Dli. T.M.MAOl: G. M. GALLOWAY, W»sl. Wyulniiij, is Solo A gout, unci lie invites inspection of liiis Bountiful Book. Read imd Apprcoi'itoil nil over tho world.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Land Appraisement. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

Land Appraisement. I !TIie following amended regulations Nos. 58a and 157a have been subsfci tuted for those at present in force, bearing the same numbers' under the ijC'rown Luads Acts :— | Homestead Selections. J 5Sa. An application that the capital 3value of any homestead selection, ol jjwhich a giant has not issued, may be |dotermine.l by appraisement, shall bi jiuado in Form 90, shall lie signed b\ jthe applicant-, and shall bo lodged with (•'ir forwarded to the Land Agent, ac jcompanied by a fee of ;£1 for each ^election of (HO acres or under, or ,£:>• (for each selection of over G-iO acres, p In the case of any selection, the ^application for which was made on oi Ibeforo the 29th December, 1899, thrj |([ plication shall be mado so as to bi jj. eceived by Min Land Agent before the! pst March, 1901. j 3 In the case of any selection applied) jt'or after the 29th December, 1899,j the application shall be made at any time before tho dato of confirmation, or so us to ho received...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints' Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

Divine Services Cliurch of England. AlLSaintn', Wyalong. Jan. 20, 7.30 p.in, T!ov G W Kulten. Jan. 27, 11 a.in, Jlev O W RutU-n ; p.in, Mr. J Channon.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Fifreld. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

JTifrelcl. (From our Correspond on t.) Things are very quiet here at pres ent—no water for washing purposes, !<!>ut plenty for domestic use The ;rnin seema like the gold and platinum ' liere—very patchy. I FEDERAL ELECTION'. ■ There is some talk of our present .member, Mr. Brown, putting up foi ; t,lie Federal Parliament. There is (also a rumour that ?>Ir. Wise i.s going Ito stand for the Cinoblas electorate.. ! WYALON'G AND ALLUVIAL GOLD. I T saw in the Advocate some time ::igo that a party was being organised jto prospect foralluvial gold at Wyalong. :Some 20 j'ears ago I v.'as about thut. 5 locality, and "aw some . nice alluvial: ngold got at a place about C mile?; ~ north of Buddigower station on the; rbcundury fence of Buddigower and ; Wyalong, and Wj'along Station wusi (about tlio same distance west from' ; where the gold wos got. I got some; ; nice gold there myself. W-yalong wash then called Cresv/ick'a Wyalong; butf : I got gold about 'f miles north of that...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 26 January 1901

St. Barnabas' West Wynlonp. Jan. 21), 11 n.m, Holy Coimnniiinn, Itov;--. Q W Rntton ; 7.30 p.m, Mr. UanmHtcr. & Jhq. 27, 7.30 p.ui, Rov C: W Ration. p J .in. 11, Wamboyno. 3.S0 p.in, llov G WS Ratten, ■ •Ian: 13, Maradeu, 11 n.m, Roy G Wj* Kutten, if Jan. 27, Hiawr.tha, 3 p.m, Rev G V/'£ M.itteu. K G. V/ . Ration, f Incumbent. ■ t; , fe

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