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ANOTHER RELIABILITY VICTORM Erskine Scores in Big English Event [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

ANOTHER RELIABIL ITY VICTORM Erskine Scores in Big English Event An Erskine Six Sedan, entered in the Lond'on-Exeter-London' 'reliability tour,' finished the test with a per fect score arid is now eligible for tlie gold medal, highest award for*; reliable performance, according to cabled advice received here from L. J. Oilier,: Managing Director of Stude baker (England) Ltd. The reliability tour which was pur posely routed' over some of t'lib poor est stretches of road and steepest hills in England, was regarded by British motoring authorities as one of the most stringent tests ever de vised for the all round performance of 'motor cars. The Erskine, however, easily negotiated every hill and check ed in at every control point weil within the time limit laid down by | governing officials of the run, ' The London-Exeter-London run is the third important reliability test in England, to be won- by the Erskine Six in open competition. Gold tro phies emblematic of victories in the London-E...

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

;. v. /;<S /:•. •j iFOH. BEAUTIFfJJL.XI NE§ " iWIEAIf^ A BE'BXEI BERLEI CORSET,. 604.—For heavy figure with big hips:-,»On!, handsome peach silk, brochc with clastic sections at waist. Reinforced over abdonien. Fit ted wit hsix suspenders. Sizes: 24-36in. and 37-40in. BERLEI 'WRAP-ON,,;439.—For med ium figures of. average prooprtions..ln pink striped rep wit helastic sections over hips and at wa)st in front. Light boning imparts gentle-control. Four suspenders. Sizes: 25-36in. " BERLEI WRAP-ON, 464.—For. slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with clastic sections over hips and all round top, to ensure per fect freedom. Lightly boned back, and,;> front. Fitted with four suspenders. Sizes 20-30in. - , BERLEI WRAP-ON, 581.—For heavy * - figure-which desires control of the ab-!:' domen. Planned in pink P.ekiri stripe, " with elastic sections over hips and. underarm at waist. Slightly raised • front, well boned. Four suspenders., Sizes 24-36in. : s B ER LE...

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

Federal Parliament | i On the 11th March, the Prime Min ister (Mr. Bruce) achieved a record as the. head of a continuous Govern ment in the Commonwealth. Mr. Bruco succeeded to the Prime Minis tership oil February 9, 1923, and has remained i at tho helm ever since as Prime Minister in the Bruce-Page Composite; 'Ministry.. His co-partner, Dr. Page, has also achieved a record *9 '■Par.Uninont live con tinuous Budgets. In a statemerii're cently ;Issued: by'llie' Prime Minister's Department, attention has been drawn to'the'fact tliat in the last ilve years much. useful legislation has been passed and the establishment of these ^records provide a very appro priate moment when the public should be reminded of some of tho Bruce Page Government's most important work.- Reference is made to the pa'ssing of the Commonwealth Bank Act for the remodelling and strength ening o£ the Commonwealth Bank, in cluding its ,■ general einciency, and making it- a central bank, a bank of ',s?ue>deposit, d...

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From the Capital PARLIAMENT AT WORK Mr. Hinkler Intervenes [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

PARLIAMENT AT WORK Mr. Hinkler Intervenes • (ProiTii'a Special 'Correspondent), : Legislatorsh are having a. very Legislators ;'are a very serious loi of men, lis a; rule. -Parliament! .ia a. ■ very serious'.- institution; and; cspoct- •. ally Is this case villi the Federal Par liament fit Canberra. But last weeit legislators had a lot or "time off", kind Parliament was not 'functonirig: in its wanted' style. And all this be cause of Mr. Hinlcler, the Australian. Airman who recently flew from Eng land to his native town of Bunda bcrg, and- has since been engaged in; a sort of triumphal progress through Queensland and New South Wales. It is estimated that by the time Mel-. bourne has finished with him, lie will" have picked a cool £10,000 in rec ognition of his plucky'-flight. His suc cess has occasioned such a wave ol erilhusiassml all over the land that llio people will excuse even the Common-. wealth Parliament for having delay- , otl the country's business in order to 'give him a...

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THE HANGMAN'S NOOSE. (Published by Special Arrangement with the Proprietors of the Copyright.) CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

W 9 MY JOHN L. CARTER. ■>.. Author of " Peggy the Aeronaut," "The Pilgrimage of Delilah, &c. / PtibliBhod by Speoial Arrangoinonfc with V . V tho Proprlotora of tho Copyright. ) CHAPTER XVIII. —(Continued.) I After putting; tUo flowers in vases •iiul bowls "and arranging, them, some in Pamela's';room''and some in that of I Mrs. Temple, sho wont to her. own room and' looked out of tlic window into the. night. She could not get the. ilo'wer seilor out of her head. Blio was pressing her aching brow,against tho cold pane, when • liur eye was caught by a splash of bright colour ou tho opposite side of the road, near the gas lump. It was tho llower-scllcr, sure enough, and the patch of colour was his basket of.'.flowers. Ho must bo watching Pamela's window I But just then >n policeman came along, and so tho man siiulTlod out of sight. Then she wuut to tho dining-room where tho colonol was roading. lib told lior of his day's occupation, and mentioned that AViutersley had dine...

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

^ w % Lends the HorlJ in Motor Car f 'alut ^=0 . J ^ijj>V.ii.,,/Tm^iSjSSSSjSSSfiel New Series 24 New :'!-'!:f "~$!| Models The Easiest Riding cars in the Entire Field The minute you ride in one of these 24 new Nash models • you'll fully understand why more people are buying Nashicars to-day than ever before in the com pany's history. .... The reason is: finer, faster, more luxurious motor cars at new lower prices. Value that leads the world! Get behind the wheel of one of these great new Nash cars and try out for yourself the EASIEST RIDING cars you ever rode in, the smoothest, and fastest cars in Nash history, ihciE/lSIEST STEERING cars, the world has ever known! Every new Nash now has new sr.pcr-spririgs of sccrot process alloy steel designed in dividually to the weight and size of each model. The famous Nash 7-bcar:ng motor has new SMOOTHNESS, greater ■SPEED, more POJVER—accomplished by even finer balance a'nd precision in-.rNash tmanufacJuring;. Come in and see these marvello...

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CHAPTER XX. WAITING AND WATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

CHAPTEE XX, . WAITING AND WATCHING. Early tho following day Rosalie loft Colonol Templo's liousc unci wont i straight to tho-flat. Wliilo slio would not lot herself doubt for ono momont tliat Stephen and alio would be recon ciled, slio gave her maid orders to pack'up the things alio would require, . in caso they parted again. , She told her maid to hold liersolf in readiness to start oil at half-past five. ,'TKo other servants slio sent to their homes, where they were to await orders. ■ . S" , By four o'clock Rosalie was in " a flurry, . anxiously peoring from tlio window for tho first sight of him. At a quartor past she felt rathor appro hensiyo, and hei' eyes watched tho clock quito as much as they did the ■street.' : ■ Onco sho made a visit to the mirror to assure herself that alio was still looking her best. It was his favourite walking dress that\"sho >lmd; .put-. on, .1: and it. cortainly suited licr. But how whito she looked! ■ ' ' As sho put up a stray wisp of hair alio w...

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CHAPTER XIX. THE RETURN OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

Uyi P:: chapter xix. ; -r:. • ; THE RETURN OF T1IE DEAD. \ Jlosalio started back) more surprised . tliuufrigMoncd. "Wliut did the ilo'wer soller'want willi hurl ■ ■■ The man hau sat down oil tho bench that rail round tho wall of tlio lint, and • the moonlight -cumo through tho open window and gleamed on his' chattering tooth. She was.sitting opposite him on tho. . 'circular bench. His oyos were on hers, and they socmed familiar eyes. '' You said that Pamela would only be saved by the dead coming back," said tho man.. Kosalie started up. - Who could this man be who'used Pamela's Christiau jiame; and her own? "Oh, who arc you?" sho cried, hor.; eyes staring, hor heart thumping ' wildly. "Can't you guoss?" ho asked.. But sho coiild , not think of wanyono but Stephen. . "Itosalio, it's Hubert!" ho whis- | pored, and instantly laid his hand on. her wrist to keep hor quiet. "Hubert? But—but—ho is dead?'' sho said. . v'-';* v-'-'.1 : And then for a second lie pnllod away tho scrubby brown ...

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

For AH Classes of Job Printing try Ik "Advocate" West Wjalong, 1 ENSURE SATISFACTION BY CONSIGNING TO:— Wool.Fat Stock, Stud Stock Pin# Calves, ^klns, HIcJ'-t Consignments* revive personal tfupervrmon and are omy nanaied by a experts. : Same attention given to small consignments as' well as large ones.** Prompt attention Liberal advances If required ' Help the Company to extend its past* policy o£ vigorous^ pro gressive development along sound lines, maintaining Its present principle of refunding part commissions based on profits for any given year. OVER £34,500 returned to clients WHETHER SHAREHOLDERS OR NOT during the past four years Wool Department under direct personal supervision of the General ■' Manager Stock DeDartment, Managers and Auctioneers, Messrs G. & W. Maiden. Address: 3 Bent Street ^Sydney. £ MESSRS. C. E. WALLDER i*. vO., LOCAL ..fcwflESENd" ATlVESS i WHEN the tread of your tyres wears through remember that the body of the tyres is usually intact, and let u...

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TOO FIERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

TOO FIERCE. Editor: "Tommy, what is thai moving in tho waste-paper, basket— a mouse?" Tommy (the office boy, examining basket): "No, sir; it'B ono of them throbbing, passionate poems, sir!" Editor: "Put some water on it and throw it in the dustbin. This place t_Vt insured!"

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WHIPPET FOR 1928 Lower Prices. New Features [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

WHIPPET FOR 1928 Lower Prices. New Features ■ ■ ■ Celebrating the remarkable popu larity attained by', the car in all coun . tries; the price of the. Whippet five seater tourer has been reduced JUG. This - 'applies to . tlie now- models, which feature also a more powerful engine, which yot g-ives greater econ omy, type carburettlon (Willy-Knight design). ■ : Besides those; mechanical features, the equipment of the: car !has been increased' -by the addili.on, of ,a^ auto matics wind shield'v.'iper, a fid < a ;.i;ear vision mirror. -New; colour. ..c.ombipar tions in- Duco liav& .also, been,.addoi: to tho range of designs, and tho springing is:augmented, with rubbers. This step, in price reduction, shows 1 that the ond of progress, so far as tlie popularising of- motoring is - concorp. cd is not yet anywhere in slgh^. A fow years ago, a car, of.•• tho Whippet's standard' to sell in■;Australia, at £199 would liavo been-;• cpnsldered impos sible . . . - Your local: dea...

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

Having made arrangements with a leading Sydney Manufacturer to make Suits to my Specifications, by the TEAM SYSTEM,I can now offer a .Well-made, accurate-fit ting: SUIT to JOUR MEASURE. The advantages you get are MEA. J SURED AND FITTED by a PRACTI- + CAL TAILOR, with a comprehensive I stock of the { LATEST IN SUITINGS f This Department Is in addition and 4. entirely separate from my g High Grade Made on the | Premises Suits f TAILOR, WYALONG The House of Quality, Value and Style.: i ,WE HAVE A VERY ATTRACTIVE VELOUR COATS—An extensive range in the new Crossover Shapes, which are novel and distinctive for the coming seasons. All new shades. ■ LADI ES FROCKS.—Wool' Crepe de Chene, Repps, Charmelaines, and Flannels, are all' excellent value. • , , MILLINERY: SPEoiALS.—Felts and Velours, shapes are the, "craze," for the coming season. We are showing all the smartest shades. A very flnu range. • > , % •• t, Exclusive Paisley and Floral Designs-in"'KAPOK QUILTS and, .EIDERDOWNS. • ' T...

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

Registered under A.J.C. Rules and affiliated with the Southern District Racing Association ^Amateur Riders only, who must be Members of the Club. t . • ' ON THE WEST WYALONG RACECOURSE For all horses who at time of starting have not won a cash prize ex ceeding- £10. £55 PRIZE MONEY PROGRAMME To start at 1.30 p.m. PROBATIONERS MAIDEN HANDICAP; 4 furlongs. For all horses at tlmo of starting which have not won anadvsrtised prize race on tho flat: Of £6, second horse to receive £1 from the stake. Nom. 5/. 'Minimum handicap weight 8.7. To start at 2 p.m. MATRON'S. BRACELET HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. Of £10, scond horse £1 from stake. Nom. G/.Acc. 4/. •;Minimum handicap weight S.7. • < To start at 2.30 p.m.^ ■ ■ NURSES' - TRIAL STAKES HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. Of £8. For all horses that at the time of starting have not -won a prize o£ tho value of £10, second; horse to receive £1 from the staie. Nom. 6/. : » ' Minimum handicap weight S.7. : ■ To start at 3 p.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE, 4 fur...

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OBITUARY DR JOHN OSWALD [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 27 March 1928

OBITUARY DR JOHN OSWALD   Residents of Barmedman, Wyalong   and West Wyalong districts were deeply grieved to learn of the com- paratively sudden death of Dr. John   Oswald, of Barmedman, which occurr- cd at his residence late on Friday night. He had not been well for the past two months, and on advice of Dr. Shaw, intended to proceed to Sydney the following day to consult Professor Mills. However, he col-   lapsed on Friday night, and although Dr. Shaw was summoned and pro- ceeded with all possible speed to Barmedman, he could only pronounce   life extinct.   The late Dr. Oswald was 45 years of age. He was a native of Glasgow, Scotland. He came to Australia in 1914, on account of his health, and after a short term at Stockinbingal, he purchased Dr. Wood's practice at Barmedman, which he success- fully carried on up to the time of his death. He was a physician and surgeon of considerable ability, and in th...

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

PERSONAL The wedding will take place at West Wyalong during the Easter period of Constable G. E. Sheather, of Nimity- belle, near Cooma, and Miss Johnston, only daughter of Sergeant and Mrs. Johnston, of West Wyalong.

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HOW INFECTION TAKES PLACE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

HOW INFECTION TAKES PLACE The smut spores, on being dislodg* ed: by- tho wind or by harvesting op erations; may be carried on to healthy grains anil become lodged in the crev ices of the grain, or may merely rest on the .surfacei of the grain. In some cases the spores may germinate an<; produce a resting mycelium or fungus thread, inside the enclosing glumb oC the oat grain. Generally; however development of the spore is delayed, until the grain is sown, and by ger minating simultaneously with the oat grain, the fungus ' is"* able" to pene trate the first shoot of the oat plans •and thus become established in the plant. These infected-, plants show na signs of disease until heading timc,> when the fungus reproduces itself at the expense of tho . developing grain • ln'tbe manner described above.

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CONTROL MEASURES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

' , ;i: ■ CONTROL MEASURES If. oats .are sown early, in. dry seed •bed, there may. be sufficient moisture to. germinate the oat smut spores before the oat grains germinate. The oat snvut fungus may then be destroy ed before germination of the grain, and a clean crop may result. It oat.i are grown merely ifor feeding; of: there is no necessity to treat the grain since the grain is not allowed to'ibe produced. ■ But if the-seed has been obtained from a diseased crop; and if there is any possibility that haj or i grain will be required, the seed should be treated before sowing. With tho exception of the skinless type;- the .orft > varieties under culLiva tion produce' grain which is enclosed in<hulls or'chaff. Most of oiir-comr.ier cial varieties belong- to the lattei group. The structure of the grain does not permit satisfactory penetratior by fungicidal dusts at present in use hence treatment with- copper carbon ate dust is not as effective as it Is ir the Control-Aof b...

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THE RAM [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THE RAM In selecting the ram for wool-grow-, ing purposes, the small flock owner is advised to go to some, reputable breeder whore lie can bo sure of pro-: curing a pure bred animal. If lie is satified with- his purchase—satisfied that improvement is being made in his flock by the Introduction of this1 particular type—lie should continue to use the same strain as he will not get sucli even, results if he buys from different, studs even- though, the 'an imals are apparently simdliar in sliapo class of wool.'&c. When buying a ram. or rams, itf'is well to have in mind' the. type of ewes that is, intended: tq breed from, especially any faults or weaknesses they possess, for these may be corrected in the progeny by., the judicious selection of a ram | strong in those points in which, thei ewes are weak. For example, if'the ewes are lacking in density,. a- ram' with plenty"'of density should b'e 'sel-"' ected. It is recognised that numbers or smaller 1 flock , owners are not too* ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CHARACTERISTICS AND CONTROL OAT SMUT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

CHARACTERISTICS AND CONTROL OAT SMUT ; , The fact that seed treatment is a feature of control of the disease andj that the sowing- season for the crop fs .at'!hand gives special interost to a discussion by the Biologist, of the De" partment of; Agriculture of the twcs types of oat smut that occur In N.S.W The types referred to are (a) loose or :open smut (cause by the parasitic fungus Ustilago avenae)and (b) covered smut (caused by theifunguq Ustuago levls). There: are also dis tinct strains of each of tlies^,parasi tic fungi,' but' both types; of disease m|ay be controlled by the same method of seed treatment.' lience for; all' practical purposes, the oat smuts, may be considered ^as belonging to one ''.group. Loose smut is • the most common fornii of the' disease under .local con ditions. The smut destroys the oat i grain and " the enclosing glumes or chaff, and reduces tlienii to a. mass of l)la.ck, sooty powder. The black, sooty particles are the spores of the fungus and tUey se...

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THROWN FROM A HORSE Young Man Injured [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THROWN FROM A HORSE Young Man Injured A young Englishman named-Arthur Brewer, aged 21, employed by Mr. Fred "West, of Barmedman, was thrown from a ,horse, on AVednesclay last; and - sustained -a fractured arm and concussion He was brought: to the: fWyaloilg :District Hospital on Wednesday night. He is progressing ■favorably.

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