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HOSPITAL PICNIC RACES Meeting of Committee [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

HOSPITAL, PICNIC • RACES Meeting of Committee A meeting of the Committee of the Hospital Picnic Race Club was held at the Soldier's Memorial Hall, Wya long, on Friday night last. The chair was occupied by the President, Mr. Jas. Smith/ and there were also pres ent: Messrs Randall, Wheeler, T. Adams, senr., Walker, Botterill, Mur ray, P. Morcom, Pratt, Donovan, Mar shall, E. and F. ITaiulsley, and the Secretary; :Mr;.!W. G. Sm'yUie. Mr O. Pratt, was appointed Cleric, of the cotirsfepn lieu of Mr. 12. Bot terill, who said he would be absent lfrom town on the day. ' The President (hanked Mr. Botter ill" for the" loan of a horse, saddle anfi bridle. Stewards appointed to approve of hacks were Messrs. P.- Donovan and, • L. .Butler. ■ . •'■ ■ ■ ■ Messrs Patterson and Taylor were i appointed auditors,; subject to' : their I acceptance. : . * , It was decided that the settling -take place at the Grand,Central Hote: at 8 p.m. sharp. |. The ; secretary ■ was authorised to , pay amount owing,t...

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

CONSTABLE'S CHASE After Turkeys Someone stated years ago that a policeman's life is not a happy one, that It is Cull of vagaries anil uuplea's; ant silimlJOJis. (: ■ 7 ■ ' .. Huclng recently'.completed a 'sue; ee;iaiul chase after,,burglars, house frequf'uters, etc., the local police were informed that throe turkeys: had dis: appoared lrom the back yard of a townsman. They are just ordinary turkeys, with no pretentions to pedi grees of an uncommonly high stand ard; All the same they were prized by the owner who had visions of re pasts "sum'ptous and succulent" for the near future. To / Constable; Collier was1 imposed the' task of locating the missing birds, and'at an early hour on Sunday mora tng'lie began' a thorough search of the neighborhood' .even penetrating the :m'allee iiv an' effort to restore' the-iost property to their rightful owners. But''turkeys; away' from captivity are elusive, and are not inclined to submit to /"iirrost," if they cam pos sibly avoid-doing so. Consequ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL The Hon. Treasurer reports. that since the Committee meeting hold last Monday to wind up the local effort; the following additional donations have been received by'iliim:—• W. J. Hammond I .. .. £5 0 0 .Paul l'-orck .. . £110 llie nett proceeds forwarded to head quarters was. the sum .of;,£234 13s 6d, plus, discount from one account (Meagher's) 1/0—total £234 15s.

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

WEST WYALONG TENNIS CLUB ANNUAL MEETING will be held in the MEMORIAL HALL on ; ■ FRIDAY, 30th MARCH, at 8 p.m. - 1 "j. y/. GORRELL, . Hon.' Secretary.

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

BIRRARK PLATE _dlad/Hanrt. Allenburry, Wild Lady, Vorgeita, Alpinist, Sistor Ella, Alil>l, Pish' & Chips.Dart, Miss Gulno, H. L. B., Mundumatta, Dauntless Bay, Lady Pan. .

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

BACHELOR'S / Wild Lady, Alpinist, ; Sister Ella, Oneon Matton, .. . Alibi, Miss GuIko, Mnndmutta. Madalo, Bronze Kniglit, Glad Hand, Dauntless Boy, Lady Pan.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PICNIC RACES Wednesday's Weights [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

PICNIC RACES Wednesday's Weights Following .are the weights'": allotted by the handicapper,Mr. P.: J. Bart ley, in connection with the Wyalpng and District Hospital Picnic; Club's meeting to be held on Wednesday next, 2Sth inst.:— / ■ . 1 Probationers' Maiden Handicap 1 OLLIE BRAY .. ... .. ..97 2 AUROKEET .. .. .. . . .. 9 5 3 UTEARA i . . 9 5 4 WINSOMETTE .. .. .. 9 3 5 OUR BACHELOR. . .. .. .. 9 2 6 THE. LIZARD .... .... .. 9 .0 7 MOREHAVEN .. .. .. s9 0 8 BILL O' CLEAR 8:7 2 Matron's Bracelet Handicap ■ 1 BINDERRA .. ...... . . 10 7 2 LADY BARRENFIELD .... 10 2 3 ALOHOE .. .. .. .. .: 10 0 4 GOLDEN LETTER .. •.. ..912 5 VALMA ROSE. . ... ..' 9 7 6 EARLY AYMER .. .. .... 9 3 7 LADY HERMIT .. .. .. .. 9 2 8 MISS NETTA 9 0 9 POWNEY .. . . .. .. .. ..'8 11 10 ,BACKSTITCH .. .. .. .. . .,.i 8 7 3 Nurses' Trial Stakes Handicap 1 NITON IAN 10 7' 2 GOLDEN LETTER .. .. 10 5 3 EARLY AYMER .. .. .. .. .9 9 4 SHORTEN .. .. .. 9 9 5 MISS NETTA .. . 9 7 6 PARIS FASHION .. .. .. 9 6 7 VICCOLA ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEAP YEAR DANCE To-night (Tuesday) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

LEAP YEAR DANCEJ To-night (Tuesday) A'final reminder is given of tlio Social tonight (Tuesday) in tl)e:Mas-j onic Hall in aid of the Half Moon Football Club. It is expected that all the sports of . the town rand, district ■win .'make an effort toi be ;present.; The public are .assured of a' clean, liappy anj enjoyable entertainment.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORTON BENEFIT Meeting To-night [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

HQRTON BENEFIT Meeting To-night The meeting, called by tlie West* -Wyalong Cricket Association to or ganise a dance with a view to as sisting a comrade,. Mr. C. V. Horton,' who sustained the loss of an an eye while playing cricket on tiie local ■ ground, will be held in the White .Tank;Hotel, this evening. Apart'from members, the public are asked'to bo present, bo that the attendance. ■ will. be large • and rep resentative.' '

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

MILBY STAKES ■ v Madalo, H. L. B., Wambo, Gar maid-, Roy Spear, Miss Gulgo, Ail'oi, Dart, Wistful, Coalcarrol/ Top LacI, Sister Ella. Allenburry, Marotlierlc,. Safonla, Ktnsella/Kongal, Stub Legs, Walla Hall, Mar's Son, Lady Calico.

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

BRACELET Alibi, Mattrlville, Condo Bob; Ver cette,Broiize Knight, "Wambo, The Buck.

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

MOONBI CUP Condo Boh, Warabo, Mattrivillc, The Buck, Miss Sunbury. ■ !'

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MOONBI RACES The Nominations The following nominations have been received for the Moonbi Races, to be held on 18th April next: COONAWARRA SHORTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

MOONBI RACES The Nominations The following nominations liave been received for the Moonbi Races, to be held on 18th April next:- . COO N A WAR R A S HORTS ■Griffith- Boy, Condo Lad, Mo'onman, Lady Calico, Wistful, Pisli & Chips, Olgue, Coalcarrol, Munbumutta, Top Lad, Satonia, Marothcrie, Mar's' Son, Stub Legs, Sunny Clime, V. Rodges' br. mare.

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

Mm'^i wTRmn. itive Prevention •S r ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results scoured—here is copy of a report from the Waitc Agricultural' Research Institute:— ' (COO Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted.{1:1000), Field Germination % Untreate.d 02.3 ' . Formalin; 1:100, 5 minutes im- " mcrsi'on ..." .. .. S5.0 riuestone, 1%, 5. min. immersion 3-1.3 Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. -§9.8 VitrioIinc,'26:.'per bushel.'. /; ,-,02.8 % Bunt .10.5 0.0 0,0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, neaitny crops. Vitrioline . overcomes all objection's to-wei pick'iingt It'does quick geri bf s^edfhWeclrili;'induces ination,' aod the' cost is extremely low. ■ Vitrioline is guaranted to be non injunous to health. Use this fine adhesive powder,'and compare "results with wet pickling. TRKHJNE DRY'PBCKUNG POWDER Sole Agents far N.SAV. : keep, Mcpherson ltd. 252 George St., SYDNEY, and at Newcastle FREE EXTRA TROUSEKS ....

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

o ■jADDLER and boot repairer WWPJJH'I'SHtW' - " ' • | •• ■ Mallfancf Street (near'Fire Station)' jt^a : WEST WYALONG . new; bakery JfE At Tallim^a 1^-'-,..;,-- , , nrm* I I WISH to notify the public of Tal Jlfflba and district that I'have op^nej j |l NEW AN DUP-TO-DATE BAKERY"' lit Talllniba as from DucetobW 3! |ly Motto: Cleanliness and Civility." i] GIVE ME A TRIAL E. J. BICKLE jj .WHEAT.-GRADING > j [eBusiness as Usual Reduced Prlcsa, j Workmanship Guaranteed ' ^ ■ ij S. MclNTYRE . TALL1MBA j ijfVEST END BAKERY" % WEST WYALONG CounVy Orders are Strictly Attended' .; to ,.■■■' ■ ■; 1 \ j- Deliver Bread in both towns and dc-' I liver to all trains and,'all coacbes;'.:«. f White Bread, BroWh .Bread:' gmg'rr •|j Goods, Wedding Cakes, > Birthday Jf Cakes. | Civility and (gefod Seivice I FRASEft BROS. I (E. D. & C .E. A.) that will POilE!!,:BBIL or FRY . The only really .perfect Eps Prs^rarf U:' • ovosimpio to u5o (Failure im- . . POSSIBLE), vhilo "OVO" - gives-resultst n...

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WORK ON THE FALLOWS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

- \ 'i j 'V V iw'i-' t\ ' v i\ f [WORK ON THE, FALLOWS The soaking rains that have fallen, throughout" the Southern wheat grow ing districts since January have, in addition to saturing the fallows, brought1 about a prolific growth of weeds itliat' have necessitated close attention to fallow working opera tions. .. In'seasons of abnormal rainfall like the present, It is not possible, nor is it good practice to slavishly endeavour to work a fallow after every rainfall. Judgement must be used. It is not necessary to son control weed growth that it never get stoo strong a hold ofl\h'e fellow and' at' the same time Uie'obs^vant farmer must study the condition of his soil mulch before ho determines ^ just wliat cultural work ing .should be given. 1 ^ While'moisture conservation is the ■ primary1' objective' of fajjowirig, other important features have also" to be considered.' The"""•correct condition or mul'dbtlmust^'tie" 'maintained', " and on certain types of;• land too many workT ings ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Hospital President TWO NOMINATIONS RECEIVED Ballot on 4th April LENGTHY DISCUSSION AT SPECIAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

TWO NOMINATIONS RECEIVED Ballot on 4th April LENGTHY DISCUSSION AT ' 1 SPECIAL' MEETING' ' . The election .■ of -President of the Wyalong-District Hospital is still un decided.- , The special meeting1 of contributors helcl in the M.U: I-Iall on Friday even ing, convened by the, Committee in consequence: of a latter; received, from the Chief Secretary .was attended by tlie' following:— [ 'Messrs. G, J. Bland (chair), D.- Mid dleniis, J ,W. Parker, A.'McNutt, P. Curry, ' F. Gibson, E .E. Smith, Geo. Wood, It. M. Moore, A. Emmett, II. H. Helyar, S. Butler,- J. M. Thomas, Ti Stribley, P.' tihudleigh. Dr. ^ F.: C. S. Shaw," and-. E. A. . Wilder (Secretary); , The Chairman, • at tho outset, ex plained that at a previous meeting a doubt had arisen in the minds of) some of tlip members as to the leg- ! ality of the appointment of the speak-1 er as President. The Public Health Department was written.- to and a reply received to the effect that the election of President'and Vice-Presi dents's...

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WOOL VALUES HOLDING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

.WOOL VALUES HOLDING ],Tjhe Secretary, Farmers and Graz iers Co-op. Co.■■writes:— ' On the 20th' Marcli we offered a catalogue of 3,979 bales, a miscellan eous selection typical of the end of the .'season. There wase a few attrac tive lines from the New England dis trict and a number of useful types fromi the other later shearing districts together with a sprinkling of autumn shorn wools. . ij Selling conditions showed that prac tically no deviation from those rul ing' for some time. Competition con tinued general and well' sustained, practically all sections operating with freedom. Some irregularity in bid ding was, however, noticeable in the case of skirty lines which as usual at tjie end of the season have appeared qiuch moro frequently' in the cat alogue .of late. :The main selling season has ter minated, but the usual cleaving up auctions will be held from June .18 to June 20. The first sales of the new season, will1 commence on August 20 s<Sr!that the disposal of th...

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WORLD'S GREATEST NOVEL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

W ORLD'S ^ GREATEST NOVEL /. Is "The s Scarlet Letter," Nathaniel Hawthorne's immortal storyof Puritan love; ' intolerance 1 and ■ injustice,1 the greatest-novel "ever written? ^ . :;Leading literary., critics assert .that for' sheer- drama, emotional force and romantic beauty it stands unrivalled. If this* is " so the- screen version -star ring , Lillian Gish, who/ since her ■ "White Sister" success, is rightly .re garded as the finest, actress of modern times, has a powerful claim to being the finest photoplay of the season. "The Scarlet Letier" is a stark epi sode in the lives of a stern, unfor giving people. A story of. bigotry and intolerance uncurbed, and their train of: sorrow, shame, and tragedy, v A drama so poignant that it stirs the souWsets the' imagination aflame. The Rio Theatre has "The Scarlet Letter" for two nights only, .Wednes day and Thursday, March 28 and 29, and in addition Bebe Daniels in the success of her career, "Senorita." A comedy drama that makes one hol...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BARMEDMAN COMMON Trustees and Officers Appointed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

BARMEDMAN COM MON Trustees and Officers Appointed A well attended meeting was held at Barmedman to consider various matters in connection with tlie Bar medman Common. Mr. P. H. Sheahan presided. ^Mr. W. J. Smith, Stock Inspector of the Young P. P. district, was present, and gave'an interesting ana informative address, on the advan tages of the Common' aindT the duties' of the residents in'maintaining it. 'The Chairman announced thai tliere was a credit balance of £4S/5/2. i» the Common account."'" The following Trusteees were ap pointed for the ensuing three years: Messrs.! J- Garlicky T." J." Reid, L. Comans, A'. W. Naylor and F. J. Marshall.. : ..».c • "•The following, office bearers were elected ' President—Mr. A. "W. Naylor. ' Secretary,—Mr. Ti'J! Reid1. Treasurer,—Mr. "E\ J. Marshall. "The Stock Inspector suggested . that the Shire Council be written to, pointing put the disabilities arising ■(from time to time • on account of there being no poundkeeper in the . district'. ' ' ...

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