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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
WECJAL NOTICE RE HOESE Skl»E No further ei tries can be. taken Cor the .Horse Sale next Friday, OWING TO TI-IE LARGE NUMBER TO BE OFFERED TI-IE SALE WILL COM MENCE ATiil' P.M. SHARP. C. E. WALLDER ShCO$»; AUCTIONEERS ,, TiULLIBIGEAL ! Satur'daysNext, at 2 p.m. "300 MERINO \VJEAN!bRS. .Mixed ^exes as 'dropped. A splendid line." Early ^sii'orn'In greait^oiidil ion. 300 MERINO EWJJS'/jJ/'i, and (i tooth. Well 111 lamh. Good condition. * 200 MERINO WEANERS. Mixed sexes as dropped. Good line. U) 20' DRAUGHT MA: L 1 RES / Vt, ■&lt; - —ALSO— AND GELDINGS.-; ' C. E. WALLDER & tCOX: ■T l"AND' AUCTIONEERS, , ■ALFRED TYACK gsaa&gu wzt-nti teysgi tffsyqg are; cordially invited to inspect Paling's wonderful display of Pianos, Player Pianos, Gramophoraes and other Musical Instruments. You will he able to see and Hear these instruments to better acSvasntagfe CO. ira greater privacy' in oui* Showrooms than at the A^ric^iltaral Sfaaw where tfeere is' so much noise and1 confus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
A DANCE In aid of tho Country Women's As1 soclation will be held In' Talllmlia, 1 Hall on Monday, 2nd April Gloomchasers Orchestra. Good Suppe? GENTS. TICKET 3/. LADIES. 2/. ^ M. MqCLINTOCK, ; ';!,>,A';':HALIi . ' V" Joint Hon. Soc.3. J " WANTED FIRST CLASS DRAPER and Mercer, rwith good, knowledge of Grocery, seeks position In- either town or country. Good references. Apply si-'" : " ' THIS OFFICE. ""'GRAND'CATHOUIC SOCIAL :■ "Davys' Hall, West Wyaiong TUESDAY. APRIL 17 ' w Old and. New Dances j G|o(omchasers Orchestra 1 .WANTED l->" ' r GENERAL HELP for Country. Ap ply > lK" MRS.&lt; JACK COELLI. H30 ) .-Phone J.32U, Blow Clear. P.P. Board Election TO THE RATEPAYERS Ladies and'Gentlemon, 1 have pleasure -in announcing that I am a candidate-for the forthcoming Election of Directors ot the Condobolin P.P. Board. I-Iaving resided in the dip .tnpt, for, a lengthy, period, and having bpfen ;a~Membei-: ol, the Board for sev "eral tSrms, I [Qel;rthat I can claim to have f...
WALSH ISLAND Work to be Resumed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
.WALSH ISLAND' Work to be Resumed Jn( accoi;da_nc; .nstructjODS con veyed by the secretary. of. tfca Sydney Trades^ and Labor Council • (Mr. J. S; Garden), a. mass meeting of tlie unions Involved inthe dispute; at Walsh Is land, held ..-at the Newcastle Trades Hall on Saturday morning, agreed to return.,to. work, on Monday,, under the i terms and conditions, prevailing prior to the stoppage.
ANOTHER FIRE Cottage Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
ANOTHER FIRE Cottage Destroyed The second fire within a week oc . cured, at- West Wyalong.at S.30 p.m. on Friday, when a four roomed; weatherboard,-cottage and; contents,' .off. Gladstone street, \owned by Mr. J. * J. Young, was completely destroy-, ed. ! At the Unite of the- outbreak both: Mn and Mrs Young were in Sydney.1 the premises being used for sleep ing quarters by Mr. .1. Gately. As a result of the fire he'lost a quantity,; of clothing and a number of musicai instruments, including a snare drum, cymbals, and .holders, triangle and holders, and blocks ami holders, to the. value of £15. With the exception' of .1, sowing machinc and a few; small articles nothing was : saved from. tiie flames. By the time the fire brigade. ar rived the structure was doomed.'The' origin of the fire is not known . The premises and contents were'" insured in tlio Farmers and Graziers -Co-operative Insurance Co. for a joint' amount 'of £200. In connection-with the previous fire, in the premises of ...
P.P. Board Election [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
P.P. Board Election Messrs Harry C. Moulder and: Ed ward ' Beard on announce in this issue that, they are candidates Cor the forth coming election of Directors of the Condoljlin P. P. Board. Both gentle men have been residents ,in the dis-' trict for many years past, arid have previously served as Directors of the Board for various terms. •
COTTAGE WITH A HISTORY Destroyed by Fire [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
COTTAGE WITH'A ; HISTORY , Destroyed by Fire ..The cottage, which was destroyed by t fire ■ in North. Street on.. Thursday, night last has a history, of specia: significance to local residents. «It was erected 33 \ years ago by the late Mr. James Stanford, wlio was killed Tiy a premature explosion in the Persev erance Mine. It was- improved: and added to later - on by Mr. • Isaac Flet-. cher (who afterwards married Mrs. Stanford).'The whole of the five Stanford boys took part In the Great War, and four of the five were born in the; cottage which has just been demolished. There are two daughters' of the late Mr. James Stanford and Mrs Stanford who were born in that house, and each of them is married to returned soldiers, one of whom won the D. C.. M. This is truly an unique, record'which will take sonic beating.
SAVAGE ATTACK Assailant Arrested (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
SAVAGE ATTACK Assailant Arrested (BY. WIRE) • Sydney, Monday^ .'Evening/• •, "Vyhile going, into an. pnt--iiouse in h^s yard i early this morning, Robert Trussel, keeper of a ham and beei shop in . Ross Street' was savage;y raftacked. by -a man who struck liim several times on the head with a hammer., ( : A.next door neighbor .jumped' over the fence and, Trussel held, the as sailant till the arrival oC the . ,At, the local police, court later David Forrester was remanded on a. charge o£ having inflicted grevious bodily harm. - ■
SIDING WANTED Between West Wvalong and Calleen [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
SIDING WANTED Between West Wvalong and Callceii Mr. F. A. Baker, of "Glencorse", West Wyalong, has received the fol lowing letter from the I-Ion. E. A. Buttensliaw, Minister for Works and Railways: N.S.W. Govt.' ^Railways. : Sydney, Kith March, 1928 -iiDear Sir,—With reference to your letter of the 21st ultimo, forwarding notes of deputation received by the Hon. D. H: Drummond, M. L. A.,; at West' Wyalong. regarding tlio. con struction of a siding between. West Wyalong and Calleen, I have to In form you that while it is recognised the ^provision of the proposed siding would be a convenience to the sbj. llersi;it: has 'been decided, in view.o" /tho largo expenditure involved,1 tc allow the matter to 'stand over until August next. It will then be possibles; to more accurately,, forsee what the prospects of the' wheat traffic will, hn from • this district next season. Yours faithfully, :■ v; . .* • \V. J. Morris ■ Secretary
AT 50 M.P.H. Bolting Tram Crashes [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
AT 50 M.P.H. Bolting Tram Crashes j its brakes failing to act, a. tram got out : of control late on Saturday, afternoon on the steei)] decline lending to Yarra. Bay-junction, Sydney, .and at a speed estimated by eyewitnesses at 50 miles an hour, it crashed into a stationary train at the , bottom. . , ..Passengers in both trams had provi dential escapes from death. There were ten . casualties. . Both trams, ■vyhich were bound for La Perouse, were partly telescoped.
BACK CREEK In Bad State [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
•BACK CREEK In Bad State , Since tlio recent heavy rains Mr. Bruce^ Staniforth, of Back Creek, lias experienced a strenuous, and, unenvi able .timeEvery day, almost, he is called upon to extricate bogged motor ists wljo are. unable, to; negotiate the creek . without ^assistance. In this re spect Miv Staniforth has been particu larly; obliging, and for whose timely services the touring; motorists are grateful. • This is a matter which we would rpfer, to th.q Shire Council, as we are informed* .that the crossing at 'Back Creek needs urgent attention.
Six Miles a Minute SUPREMACY OF THE AIR Britain After It (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928
'SUPREMACY OF THE. AIR Britain After It ; (BY,,WIRE'), Sydney, Monday Evening f A) 9al3\9, from! !yo^(Joii states that in addition, to an attempt being made to regain, the speed: record, the Air Mln is^rjr lias iimiouiiceii"that an attempt, will be. made to. establish long ; dis lanco:;non-stoi> rqcords, lor which a machine,is now,T)eing completed. H,:is expepteil, to rprmun in the air CO. hoars, and cdver, 5,000 miles. Jhp_ machine to ba Ilown (in the next.'Sqhneidcr, Cup race will, be capa ble of attaining a speed of six miles a minute. . ■ ■ , .