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Memorial Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
Memorial Services CnUHCII OF ENGLAND. St. Barnabas' Church of England, West Wyalong, was crowded 011 Sunday night, when a memorial ser vice in memory of our late beloved Queen was held. The church was draped in black, and the solemn ap pearance of the building was supple mented by a nicely conjoined wreath and crown worked iu flowers. This emblem of respect was placed in front of the holy table, and looked very pretty indeed. The Rsv. G, "W. Ratten conducted the service, and although the procedure of the service was solemn in the ex treme, it was carried out with vigor itnd* cheerfulness. The rev preacher took for his text the 13th verse of the 14th chapter of the Book of Revela tion of St. John the Divine : " And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, blessed are the (lend which die in the Lord from henceforth : Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them." A splendid sermon was delivered, touching upon the God-like and w...
Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
Sydney. Tuesday. Mr. Ilcid replies to Mr. Burton's manifesto on Monday next at tho Pro testant Hall. Mr. Drake* the Federal Postmaster General, leaves Brisbane for Sydney on Friday next. The Federal Contingent for South Africa will wear the same uniform as tho late Bushmen's Contingent. The cable service was restored yes terday. Twenty-four Dragoon Guards, now with the visiting Imperial troops, have been ordered to the Cape. At a meeting of farmers and settlers at Walgett, a motion was declared against any reduction in the number of members in the State Parliament. At a meeting at White Cliffs a pro tost was entered against the the pro posed legislation to compel buyers of precious stones to be registered. A terrible murder is reported from Roma, Queensland. A man shot his wife and then shot himself dead. The wife is in a dying condition. The cause was nanficial worries. Herbert Henny, a resident of Dun gog, was accidentally shot dead yester day. At Bathurst yesterday, a young man n...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A special memorial service was hold in the Presbyterian Cluuch 011 Sunday. The Rov. E. N. Merrington preached an eloquent. sermon most suitable to tlie occasion. Tlie Cliurch was very nicely draped in memory of the Queen. Thoro was a largo congregation present and the proceedings were most solemn. Tlie boy who had his log frnohired in the bush 110ir Grafton 011 Fiiday last tolls a story of riMinukabie pluck and endurance. Tho Tunmt Agricultural Society lias rlo culod to invito tlui Govnrnor Gonoral to coiiin to Ttimufc 011 February '->7fc!t and 2Sth of noxt 111011th to open 11\«» slimv. Doctor Pulpin, of Columnia University, US., claim* tohavo solved tlio problem of ocean tolephouy, enabling communication Ij bo hold bmvocn San Francisco and London. Ho admits th.it tbo oxponso would by enor mous
Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
Council Meeting. A meeting for the revision of tho Municipal Electoral List was hold in the Council Chambers on Saturday, January 2Gth. Present: Aldermen Moriarty (Mayor), Neeld, Hodge, James, Tyler, McDonnell, Davis, and Pike. Aid. N.eeld asked for an explanation of the meeting. The Town Cleric read section Go of the Act re llcvision of lists Aid jSTeold': I underotand we como here to revise the list. Aid. McDonnoll : Its very plain if anyone wants putting on tlw list they should havo given proper notice. Aid. James drew attention to sec tion GO of the Act. Aid Pilte: I take it all those names on the list havo paid their rates. We want to 50 through tho list. Tho very fact of them being in that book should ontitlo thorn to a vote; Aid. McDonnell Everyono who has paid a rate should be on the list. Town Clerk : The rate has been publicly exhibited for people to see if thoir names were on the list. Clauses 58 and 59 of tho Act were read. Aid. Pike : Wo want to know what tho rule const...
Wyalong, 22nd January, 1901. (Before F. P. Meares, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
Wyalotio;. 22nd January, 1901. (Before F. P, Metros, Esq., P.M.) Charles Anderson, charged with the larceny of a knife the property of Arthur Euimett, West Wyalong, valued at 2s 9d. Mr. G. P. Evans, Solicitor, appeared for the accused who pleaded not guilty. Thomas Brennan, constable stationed at West Wyalong, deposed: About 10.30 a.m. this day from information received, I saw accused in Main-street, West Wyalong. Said to him were you at Emmett's shop this morning, he said yes. I said what did you purchase there." ho said ' Snap Shots.' 1 said did you purchase anything else, he said lio. I said when yon were at tlio shop did you notice a knife on the counter, lie said no. I said Emmott missod a pen knife after you left, I said have you got a pon knifo on you now, ho said yes, and showed nie the pen knife produced. I said liavo you got any more knives, liq said yes, and showed me the knife produced. I said whore did you get that knife, ho said on Em mett's counter. I then charged him...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
London. Monday. The London TlieU.ivs will remain closcd until after the Queen's funeral which will take p'ace on Saturday. TI10 Queen's body now lies in the dining room at Osborne House. Tho funeral will be conducted from thence with full military honors to the Royal Mausoleum at JYogmori?. The Ivaiser has ordered the German army to wear mourning and all state functions to be postponed. 'The English Court will go into mourning for a year—half-mourning during the last six months. The German, Russian, and Frcncli press refer hopefully to the wide sym pathies and oxperience of the new King. The Ivaiser has ordered Hags 011 public buildings and on war ships to be half-masted until after the functal.
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
Cnurcli of England. As advertised in tho Advocate the Social in nid of the Organ Fund hvoii tuated in St. Barnabas' Church, West Wyalong, on Monday night under most auspicious circumstances. The church was crowded, and the pro gramme submitted was a most credita ble one. It comprised the following items : Overture, Misses Hodge ; Solo, Simon the Collarer, Mr. W. R. Wilson ; Solo, ' Rock Me to Sleop, Mother,' Miss Lydford ; Song, ' Dennis Murphy's Daughter Nell,' Miss Elsie Wilson (encored); Solo, ' Anchored,' Mr. A. Emmett ; Solo, ' I May, or May Not,' Miss Daisy Hodge ; Song, ' Tho Goodwin Salle's,' W. R. Wilson (encored); Recitation, ' The Bush Christening, Miss Hazel Watson; (encored) ; Solo, Whisper, and I Shall Hear,' Miss Williams; Pianoforte Solo, Mrs. "Wilson ; Song, Sir. Steph onson ; Solo. Mis; Jainieson (encored) ; Recitation, ' Tlio Charge of the Light Brigadu,' dome Lydford ; Solo, ' The Gift,' Miss E. A. Murray; Song, 'In the Pale Moonlight,' B. Wyld ; Reci tation, ' N...
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1901. Small Debts Court. Wyalong, Tuesday, Jan. 29.—Before Mr Meares, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 January 1901
THE "Wyalong Advocate, / WEDNESDAY.; JAN. .30, 1901. f' ^Small Debts Court. ■ "Wyalong, Tuesday, Jan. 29.—Before Mr Moares, P.M. .. Dr Perry v. S.-Graig.—•Claim £1 7s « $d|&ofossion;il costs. No appearance ••• of defendant. Verdict for amount and 5s costs. Same v. F. Wye.—Claim £1 Is pro ■ fessionul cos's. No appearance of de fondant. Verdict .for amount and costs. Ellen Cuzner v. J. Ryan.—Claim £10, for board and lodging. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount claimed and costs. Mr. Evans appeared for plaintiff.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
fJervousness and General Debility. Suffered enough to foreak aiw Constitution Another Tiioroy^li Restoration. Tho Caoo of MRS. FRANCES STARR (ilV A SPKCIAL.) Our representative called upon Mrs.* Frances Starr, of 200 Victoria Street North, Darlinghurst, for tho purpose of ascertaining tho particulars concerning her recovery from a distressing attack of nervousness and general debility, and upon explaining the nature of his errand was cordially invited to tako a seat. ■« "To what cause do you assign tho com mencement of your .suffering? " enquired the reporter. " Well, I must tell you that sorao years ago I eontraetcd an internal complaint, which caused mo to undergo medical treatment, and tho pain I endured at that time waa enough to break down any woman's con stitution far lifo. When tho doctors had dono all they could for mo I was too weak to do anything, and a» I have always been used to doing plenty of work you may guess' how low-spirited I felt. My nerves wero quito shattered, ...
The Pushes. HOOLIGANISM IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
The Pushes. HOOLIGANISM IN SYDNEY. Shortly after four o'clock on Mon dayeyeping (says the Evening News) a number of youths" going about as pushes made the neighborhood between the Exhibition Building, in Prince Al fred Park, and Little Buckingham-st. unsafe for pedestrians. Close to the Exhibition Building one mob stoned three girls who had to run for safety towards Castlereagh street. Tho more serious business, however, happened around Rutland and Castlereagh-sta. Several gangs of young men commen ced pelting each other with water melon, and tlieu used stones. A. civilian remonstrated, when he was assailed with a shower of stonei and had to run. He found Constable Ball, of No 2 division, who upon going to the scene ascertained that the pro ceedings were too much for him single handed. He was also greeted with a vol'ey of road metal. Securing the assistance of Constable Marden, who was on duty at Kedferii railway sta tion, the police once more visited the scene and found that the di...
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
By " Coo-eb."' For thrpo consecuiive ddys Inst week tho nowsptpera were thrown on: their own resources owing to the break down of the cable. Here was a golori ous opportunity to fill; their pages with New Zealand news, and oblige Mr. •Seddon. But, alia! Maorikud got barjly a dozen lines. ooo The new rei/ime at the Town Hall lost no time in starting its work of reformation. On the first night of meeting Alderman Andy Kelly re formed Alderman Wutkins out in the back yard in three rounds. Seeing that tho boy of the old brigade was the challenger everything went as it should. j ooo With a.medical man for Mayor, and Alderman Wolan, the watchmaker, as time-keeper, the reform party is so well equipped that the ratepayers of Sydney may rest assured that hence forth municipal meetings will return good value for their cost. ooo On Monday last the public schools opened foo business, and Now the cane's soft pitter patter Can be heard throughout the land, And at meals the festive school-boy Usua...
Here and There [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
Here and- There, | A consignment of handsome, highly finished, and cheap SULKIES just arrived and on view at Collie's Auction Mart. Tlio observer at Wilcannia has forwarded to Mr- Russell a very vivid account of a storm which occurred there on Saturday. Ho wires : ' The storm advisedonSunday formed a magnificent sifjhli as it approach. Red, whirling, tossing sand, several thousands of feet high, varied with dark, purple, and bliick shades and shadows, extending miles to tho south-east and north- west travelling at tho rate of forty miles an hour, suddenly enveloped the town. Pitch black darkness ensued. Dead sileuoe and a general disappearance of all bird and insect life preceded its approach, but somo lightning and thunder, and a few drops of rain, followed afterwards, cooling and cleaning tho atmosphere. Tho tem perature dropped about 25deg in an hour. At midnight nll.-wjs calm and clear. The storm reached • Tilpa two hours and ten minutes later. " Tilpa is ninety miles distant to...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
BRIEF ITEMS. The troops, on their way to the Exhibition Building, marched through the streets of Melbourne with amis reversed and drums draped. A touching incident occurred at the Queen's Statue on Saturday, when a little girl with ft wreath knelt down there and prayed. The Federal freetrade lender states that the revenue tariffista will gain five seats in Victoria to the protectionists' one. In Victoria Mr. Reid found a great revulsion of feeling against protection, especially anjong the farming class. SirWilliaiu JLyne's occupmey of the dual offices of State Premier and • Federal Minister caustically criticised by Mr. Reid. Mr. Philp, Premier of Queensland, states that .Mr. Drake, the New Fed eral Minister, will stand for the Sen ate. Mr1 G; A. Thompson has, for busi ness reasons, withdrawn his candida ture for The Hume, in opposition to Sir William Lyne. The 11th annual conference of the delegates from the branches of tho Political Labor League opened on Sat urday. In his annual ...
An Eventful Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
An Eventful "Voyage, Tho passage or .tho \vr*ll-known Lar quentine Rio (which arrived on Satur day) from Nnpier (N.Z.) to Sydney was marked. by two sad events, the ■oss of tliu raate and a member of tho crew. Captain Dunn states that on the 15th inst, when 24 days out, and in thrf vicinity of Lord Howe Island, the mate (W. Thompson) who was en gaged on the jibboom, slipped off by some means and fell into the sea. Tho cry of ' Man overboard !' was raised, the vessel hove to, a boat lowered, and a lifebuoy thrown to the spot where the man struck the water. The crew of the boat engaged in a lengthy search, but no sign of tho mate could be seen, nor could the lifebuoy be found. The weather at the time was 6ne, and this and the fact that the tho accident occurred in the morning make it appear that the man sank soon after failing- overboard. Thomp son, who -was 49 years of age, and a native of England, only joined Captain Dnnn at Napier. Four days latter an A.B., named Arthur lloyle, was ...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. F-b R, 11 ftm, H >ly Conunnnion, Rev Q "VV Ratten, 1 SO p m,-Ur J Chnnnon IVb 10, 7 30 p my Rev G W Ratten Feb 24, 11 am, Jtlor G W Rnttcn, 7 30^ p in/'Mr1 J Cliiinnon
Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
Condobolin. (From a Corr&lt;spond';nt.) There in very little news to chronicle ft'om this part of the world, things being exceedingly qniet, tlio weather hot and dusty, unci rain—well we have almost forgotten what it is like. The arrival of Corporal M. May, who has been inviluidcfj home from South Africa, caused a littlo excite ment in town. He was met nt the Hail way Nation by the Mayor and othor prominent townsmen. A pro cession, consisting of the local Fife and Drum Band, the Cadet Corps, the car riage containing the returned Bush man, the Fire Brigade, and several buggies, ifcc., was thon formed and marched through the principal .streets of the to»vn. A few nights afterwards Corporal May was tendered a ' Welcome Home,' v/hich, wiiH a great success, a great crowd assembling to do hiw honor. The receipts at the door, after all expenses were paid, totalled up the nice littlo sum of £5 odd. /lfc ;i meet. ing held in the Council Chambers last Monday night it-was decided to do...
St. Ba[?]naba,' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
St. Hainahn^ W«*st Wvalonsr. I Feb 3, 7 II') p m, Rev G W Rattou. Feb 10. 7 3" p m. Mr liunnistor. Vol. 17, II a m, Holy '.'omnrlinkm, Ilor Q'W Ration, 7 -30-p m, Mr Runnistar l'«b 24, 7 10 p in, Rot G W Rittou ,Feb "fe, Worn iiyna 3 30 p m, Rov G W Satten Feb 8. Viirr.i 8 pni, Rov G W Ratten Feb 10, Marstlou 11 a m, Rev G W Ratten Fab 2i, l iavath i 3 p ni, Kuv G W Ratten G. \V. Ratton, Incumbent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
Municipal District of Wyalongi mHB Returning Officer has appoint X ed the VERANDAH of the WYALONG COURT HOUSE «s -the place wliRi'O the nani&lt; s of the Candi dates Nominated for the Ensuing Election will be publicly -announced at noon on Tuesday, the 3th inst. JOHNSMiiTffURST, Town Clerk. Presbyterian Church SPECIAL SERVICES For T oung Men On Sunday Next, 3rd Fi'brua.tj', 1901. J WYALONG, 11 a.m. WEST WYALONG, 7.30 p.m. Rev. E. N. MERRINGTON, B.A. Non-Churchgoers Invited. Preliminary Notice. To Those About to Furnish, and Others, RA. COTj'LI"3 lias received instructions . from the Executors in . the Estate of.the late i\Ir THOMAS ROUSE to dell by Auction AT AN EARLY DATE, Duo Notice of which will bo fziven, the whole of the Choice and carefully polected FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. : . . 1 @3?"This Furniture is worth waiting for. 11. A. COLLIE, Am tioneer, '.A. CARD-) West - Wyalong. (Nearly Opposite White Tank Hotel.) Mrs. Sibraa is a thoroughly Experionced! Nurse, and has the ...
Wosleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901
"Wosleyan Services. Feb 8, West Wyalong 11, Speedwell 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G Wiilkom; VVumboyne 8—Gr Woods ,Kol> 10, Buna 11, Hiawatha 3.30, West Wyalong 7.SO—U G Walkum Feb 17, Wost Wynlur.f* 11. Milga 3,'Wya lohg 7.30—C G W&lltom; Wamboyna0—J. Woods; West Wyalbng.7.30—Btvward • Feb 24, Wamboyne 11, Went 'Wyalong 7.30—C G Walkom March ',i, West Wyalong Jl'.:Sp6b'tIr.'(;Il 8 Wyulong 7.30—C G Walliom j! Wamboyne 3—G Woods March 10. Be ha 11, Hiawatha 3, West Wyalong 7.3"—" G Walkom March 17, Wost Wyalong 11, Milga 3, ,Wjalong 7.30—C G V/alkom-;\ V/nrnboynb' 11'. Test Wynlong 7.30—'■) Woods ' March a-t, Wrunboyuu 11, West Wynlong 7.30— ' G Wulkom March 31, West 'Wyalong 11, Speedwell 3, Wyalong 7.30—C (i Wiilkom Mnrriagos'aro so'enwieed and other rites of the church administered by the Circuit 'Minister. C G Walltom