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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

• PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH West Wyalong 11 a.m. . "Vlddah 3 p.m. • ' I3armodman>;7.30 .jp.'m. ■ ; Uev.-,B. R .Palmer, Minister.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Barmedman Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

, Barmedman Tennis Club ■ The. annual moeting of the Bannetl man Tennis Club was hold on the 21st instv It was decided to open the Benson on 1st April with a. match town versus country," play to commence at 1.30 sharp. . ■ - . ' . ' ■ Mr.f J; Warren was appointed town captain and Mr. H.jO. Nixou country captain, and the arrangements ;fortho matches were left Jn their handb. Election of officers resulted as-fol ,lows:—Provident, Mr. J. Warren; Vlce , Presidents, Dr. Oswald, Mr. II. O. Nixon and Mr. A .L. Cooper; Secrotajy, • Mr. Dwyer; Assistant Secretary, Miss Leonard.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANDOWNERS TO PAY? Betterment Tax for Railways [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

LANDOWNERS TO = PAY? Betterment Tax for ■ Railways''" The application of: a betterment tax to lands to be benefited by new rail ways is being considered-!by the.: Gov-, ernnioiit, following representations I .which havo .been...made by Country .Party members, that * the present system is unjust to owners of land ■through whose property; the lines are contructed. (say the jl'Daily Tele graph"). ■■. As the law stands at ipresent; a line can run through a ;station prop erty . without compensation to the owner. Protests, that this (is unjust have been met with the'^ reply that •the land-has increased in> value ow ing to the railway, and that the own-, or lias no complaint. Landowners, however, point . out ithat neighbors benefit just as muc:i without losing any • of their land; Cases arc quoted where a line lias been1 constructed just within a bound ' ary of a property, thereby: cutting off: a considerable slice of it. . The mail who holds the adjoining-: land, in 'these cases, deriv...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PALING'S AT EASTER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

PALING'S AT EASTER The long , established , and always efficient house_of W. H. Paling and Co; Ltd., of 333 George Street, Sydney, an ticipating a large influx of country visitors at Easter, is, as usual, making special preparations. As: it is confidently, expected that many of those visitors will pay a visit of inspection to tho premier music house, arrangements have been so happily ordered a3 to make it possible for each caller to have an individual demonstration. In these modern Pa^-ag parlors, comfortably furnished and sound proof, - one may hear one's own type of. music, under agreeable condi tions, and also privately disouss terms of-sale, tlio while one feels that a hearty welcome is being extended.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish 'Wednesday, 2Sth Marcli: 7 a.m. H.C. | 7.30 p.m. Intercessions and address, i Friday, 30tli March:1 7 a.m. Ii.C. SUNDAY, APRIL 1, ;PAIiM SUNDAY. -S a.m., H.C. West :Wyalong. 11 a.m. H.C. Mildii ! 3 p.m. Yalgogrin. ... : < • ., ; . l 7.30 p.m. West Wyalong. Monday in Holy .>W,eek,' April 2: 7 a.m. H.C.; 7.30 " p.m.. Evensong and address. ■ . • W. J. Conran, Rectoivv

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VERDICT FOR £350 "Burning Off" Case at Barmedman [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

VERDICT FOR £350 a . • i I - - "Burning Off" Case at Barmedman , i Owing to a fire spreading from one farmers' land to that of another ad joining, 700 acres of grass and somo fencing were burned at Barmodman. Tho sequol was a jury action, hv Sydnaj;, by Jeremiah Harold, O'Keeffei farmer of Temora, claiming £1000 tlamages for alleged negligence from Arthur Webster, farmer, of Barmed man. ■ G'ICeefCo said that Webster oausea a number of fires to be mjade to burn; off stubble on his land. He complain ed that through negligence tlie tiros," on Webster's property spread on. to bis land and destroyed grass and fen cing. In consequence lie had to feed his sheep on hay which lie otherwiso could have sold and had to pay for the agistment of the sheep and for re pairs to fencing. The jury awarded plaintiff, a ver- ^ diet for £350.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINNUNGA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

•i .WINNUNGA NOTES (From our Correspondent) Steady rain fell on Sunday last. About i30-vpoints->liave . fallen and at time of writing it is still raining. ': j * -* * '• i TJhe .'annual genoral. meeting of tlio FVMWiW'AW on 2 1>,nl'' All members; and^atenijing members aro incited to attend. , ,, ; "11 ..V -V^"" *' . Marc^nj^'^^ club (fifflfWkf owscess.! i. Everybody, .pro sent liad an enjoyable time and danc -lngi continued/.ttll tlio: early hours of Saturday morning. .-.Mr. Vallance acted as M.C. an^(c:arA'iqii o.Ult Ills duties in a very capabo malnner. Messrs C. Burdock, ,,W. McManus I and M. Vallance :suppltedr the! music ' !jnd; received many encores from the dancers. Chocolate , dances- were won • ily; Miss Ethol Russel- and Miss Mary i fo^ell. Mrs A.- 'Kussel- won a-lucky jazz t dancq, also a cricket bat which was disposed p£ J)y, tlio. local Crlcket'CLu'b -woiitjto Mr..Murrell.-V < A' halt was made at 12 o'clock" and suppjjr • served" by • the localv ladies ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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FEDERAL SESSION To End oil Friday. (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

FEDERAL SESSION To End oil Friday, (BY. WIRE) Sydney; .Monday Evening. ■Mr. Bruce expects to end the present Federal session on Friday, and Parlia ment is expected to reassemble about: the middle of >. April.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

CRUMBS C. E: Wa!lder & Co .announce " that 110 further entries can bo ; takoa tor their liorse sale to .be held ; on Friday next, and: tlioy, also,,/wish; to impress on buyers that1.the sale, com mences at 1 .p.m. sharp owing to the ;iium1)er' of. lots to be offered. c * * The: noxt Tullibigeal Market v/ill ho held on Saturday; 31st • 'March, when C. E. Walldcr and Co. and A. T^ack, auctioneers .: in, conjunction. will sett 700 choice . sheep, and. 20, horses. Details appear in to-day's issue.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FLAT CASE Application for Bail (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

THE FLAT CASE Application for Bail (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. Application is being made in, Cham-, bers: to-morrow for bail on behalf of the men committed' for trial In connec tion with the Darlinghurst. flat case. The principal affidavit will state that tile- accused were committed for trial behind closed 'doors.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNGARIE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

UNGARIE NOTES; (From a correspondant) The school dance which was holt! hero on 23rd iiist. proved a huge suc cess. .The early part, of the nlglit was given to the Juveniles who thorough ly enjoyed themselves. Then followed a dance Interspersed with fancy dances by the school children. The infants gave a display of dances used in number teaching. These were of much interest to us of tlie "older •school" who still 'remember the "night mares" of our early school days. An infants Charleston competition was won by little Joyce Jackson. . The whole of the arrangements were in the hands of a small com ■nuittee of townspeople, Messrs Hake, Pqllock an(i Lesberg, Misses Fraser and Holden, and the great success ot .th,o function reflects much credit on these people. Mr, Lesberg's car was at the dis posal of the workers. The decorations were carried out by Mr. Pollock ant". ..the ladies,while our new found but very capable organiser Mr. I-Iake was very conspicuous everywhere ,The townpeople are...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£250 SAVED Thief's Clever Ruse Fails (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

£250 SAVED Thief's Clever Rusie Fails (BY WIRE) Sydney,' Monday Evening. John Sullivan,>a:railwayemployee, was proceeding to a-strong room with a box, containing £250 a^tho .Central station last night( wlien; a man,; also dressed in railway uniform,,■ informed! him that ho was wanted, at another platform and aslced to be handed tlio cash box. Sullivan, complied, . but almost im mediately became suspicious when ho saw tlio man walking away in tlio direction of-a m,o,tor, car... , Sullivan approached1, him, . where upon ho dropped.the box.and enteroa (ho car which,was'driven, away. . .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Methodist Concert at Ungarie [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

Methodist Concert at Ungarie , At it meeting of the Ungarie Churcli Committee, it was decided, to hold the concert (which had previously been postponed owing to the floods), on T.uesday, 3rd; April, in the Ungarie Hall. A fine programme lias been ar ranged. Artists from Lako CaugelUgo, Tullibigeal, and other centres have promised to assist the local talent.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

GENERAL RAIN I Heavy rain, oC a general nature, fell during,Sunday, and,the early .hours ot Monday , morning.: ' The fololwing re gistrations to 9 a.m. .on Monday were kindly supplied lis by Messrs C. E. Wallder. & Co.:— . Points ,West,Wyalong 100^ Ungarie 105 ^Tallimba .. .. '. BO \Veetlialle ^40 Burgooney ■.. 130 Tullibigeal.. .. ■ 105 Marsden . ..- • • 80 BQllarwl,,.. ... .. .. .. . 55 Lake: Cargelllgo . . .. . . . 150. Barmedman. -. . .. .. 72 ■ Temora .. .. .. .. .. . . , 59, Condobolin ..i.. .. 150.

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DROVER FINED [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

DROVER FINED \ jAt- the vBarmedman police court, Ijc^ ..fqre Mr.; B. Harrison; P.M:, John Trn vers, ;a drov.eiv.was called upon:(jo answer a, charge of 'being in. charge of .1200 sheep and. failing to produce a permit when called upon to . do' so by the, police. L .Defendant was fined £2, with 5/G costs and £1 witnesses expenses.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Election of Pastures Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

Election of Pastures, ^ Protection Board ">J IT IS HEREBY notified that (tic Election of Eight Directors of "'the Pastures Protection Board oi Condo bolin -is required, to be held, and thali Tuesday, 10th day of April,, 192Sr has been fixed as the day of nomination of candidates of such election': Candi dates ;to, be. qualified for election must, have their name' on tlie ROLL,, have paid all rates due by them "to the" Hoard, and must bo nominated by not less^than THREE PERSONS -whoiare entitled to vote at 'the electionvv AH) nominations must "oe made in . tho ii irn as follows, ami must contain •lie consent of the optsoli rioniiniitod. FORM OF NOMINATION PAPER. Vv e, the undersigned persons/ .en-} titled to vote at election of Directors? of the Pastures Protection Board,for; r.he District of Condobolin, hereby,! nominate (stating Christian name and Surname, both in full), of (stating Address and Occupation) as a candi-: date for the office of director of the Board of the said Pas...

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GOLD WORTH £2,000 But Prospector Dies (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

GOLD WORTH £2,000 But Prospector Dies (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening.; ' Jim Fogarty, a prospector, wlio came to Perth ten days ago with gold valued at £2000, died 48 hours later. He. declined to state the locality of his And.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS AND PROCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG . , G. P. EVANS , Commissioner for Affidavits for N.S.W., Vic., S.A., and Tasmania. H. J. ENGLERT Telephone No. 23." ^ & MACKENZIE SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY;'PROCTOR. MAIN STREET WEST WYALONG R. BRUCE BLO'&RE Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG' Tel. No. 74 ■ ' ' • / W. J. MACDONALD Dental Surg-eon MENTOR CHAMBERS , ,yC&pij6'sito Souden's) , MAIN' STREET, WEST WYALONG , R ,PfcACKETT DENTAL SURGEON Opposite Ban!: N.S.W. CHUHCH ST., WEST WYALONG J. STUART WILLIAMS ARCHITECT MAIN ST.. WEST WYALONG (Registered by the Eoard ol Archi.' tects of N.S.W.) ^enry Helman, M.L'A. CERTIFICATED ARCHITECT Experts in Modern Building .Design, Eawerage and Hot Water Installa tions. Mentor Chambers,- West Wyalong Phone 24. Box 11 p. ^epn^sjikitive, C. E. WALLDER & CO. Land Salesmen,' Stock & Station Agents,^Auctioneers MAIN STREET, WEST" WYALONG Branch Offices:...

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FARMER'S DEATH Worried Over Wife's Illness (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

FARMER'S DEATH .Worried Over Wife's Illness (BY WIRE) Sydney; Monday Evening. Arthur John Paul, 56, a/well-known:! ; farmer,. committed: suicide-at . , Pitt-, town. ; - • . - If is believed tne act is> due 10 wo'ir? "over the serious illness o£ his wife. . He left an estate valued at £2852 in; cash. -■ ■■ ■ -

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SIXPENNY TICKET Leads to Boy's Death (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

SIXPENNY TICKET; Leads to Boy's Death (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Eyeniug. ,;; After the mother ot Alfred-Spencer, 12, had been written to by the school master stating that lie had. admitted.: talcing a' sixpenny, admission 1 ticket j from a pocket at a school near Perth, the boy left home and next" morning' liis> dead body was found on the rail way line. The Coroner said the evidence strongly indicated suicide.

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