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Divine Services. Church of England All Saint', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Divine Services. Church of Knglfui'l. AH Saints', Wyiiloii.if. Fi*l) 11 a in, Holy Communion, Rot 0 "VV ItiilKMi, 7 ■■',') p m, Mr J Clmnnnu Feb 10, 7 oO p in, Ucv G \V linttftu l'Y'b 11 u m, K«v G W Uiclton, 7 SO J Clmnmm
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co., Owing to tlie sad calamity that Sins fallen us in tho d. at!i of our Gracious M.ijvsty, tiic Melbourne A.iSTA. sports ha\e been pn-itmoned. The bieyclu iTiC.-s to be held in connection with this gathering will more than likely bo held on February 9th and 11th. A fine G horse power motor car has Just boon built in Melbourne by Mr. 11. Sutten to the order of a Melbourne gentleman. The whole of the car lias been constructed .locally, the diiving motor, also being, the invention of the -builder. The car is' capable of com fortably carrying four people and is geared to drive 15 to 17 mile-! an hour on fair roads. The advent of this car marks a new era in motor construction, for if it successfully fulfils its inventor's claims, then Mr. Sutton's motor will play an important part in European motor circles. Tho motor is driven by ordinary kerosene, and it . is claimed that it leaves no unpleasant smell when treated by the Sutton patent. An ...
St. Baraabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
St. flarna^aV IVosfc "\Vt\alon2. . Fob 3, 7 'I'l p m, l)-'V G W Uiitton. Feb 10. 7 Ho p ru, Afr Uunnistvi" Fob 17, n .n id, Holy noinnnioion, Rtiv 0 W KnHflu, 7 •>') p in, Mr Hunnisf.nr Fub 7 3u p ui, liuv G \V" ll ilton TT«b S, WumSoj u-) 3 30 p m, ltuv G W Uattflti ' Fob 8, Y.'i'i'ri S |i in, Hov r; AV Rr.tlcu Fab 10, .Mhi'SiIoh 11 ii in, Hnv G W Unit™ Fob2i, llijuvutlm U pm. liov G W liaUun G. W. liiUtun, 1 ncunibotit.
Town Topics [BY, OBSERVER] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
[llY, OBSKRVEK ] waa -V/'iUi.grea", disappointment, Ml-. Editor, that I rend in in Advo cate that both notices: of motion tnpved by Mr. Thorn at the Jinnual ineeeting of the Wyalong P. A.II. A I Association were rejected by the large n.umber of members.- present. The first motion, moved.—that the society amalgamate with the Trustees of the R^prcutiun Ground—should not have been roj cted in my opinion, for reasons which I v, ilt_. explain, We alb know that., two or three sites were chosen for a show ground, and the Govern ment Would not grant Ilium on account Of interfering with turning pursuits, and these silos were situated at West Wynlong. The ground ottered by the Government is situated near the chlorination works nt Wyalong— but the offer • could not bo accepted on account, of the fumes and a^ida arising from t!ie works destroying the roofing on the buildings. Now, it mii easily b(j seen time Mr. Thorn hud had the interests of the society at heart; and, aS-a last resource,.moved...
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Wesk-.van Sei-views. 1'Vo S, \W.it AVyaliiii^ 11, 8)tooths*(01 it. Wvalrm^ 7-1-0—C 0 Walkom ■ U'amboyne 3—a Wooils Fob 10, Iinna 11, Hiawatha 3.30, West AV.viilou^ 7 30—(J (i Walk',m Fob 17, West Wynloi ■» 11, Mil^n Wya lnnjj 7.30—(J 0 Walltoni; Wainboyne I!—J. "VVonils: Went \V_vii!oii!> 7.30—Itov.-unl Feb "M, Wiimboyno 11, Wont Wvalong 7.3U—0 G Walkom March Wi'st Wyaloni; 11. Spoodwoll 3 Wynlou^ 7.3U—V 1.1 Walkom ; U'ainbovne 3—0 W.iOdK March 10, Benu 11, Hiawatha 3, West ,AVviilon7.3"—(1 G Walkom March 17, West Wyalmi^ 11, Mil&lt;;a 3, Wvalnnvc 7.-'i0—C (i Walkom : Wamboyl-.o ll' West Wyalnm.' 7.30—u WnoJs ■ Mnvoli :M', Wamboynu 11, West Wyaloug ?.30—II CI Walkom Murcii 31, West Wyalnnj* U, Speedwell 3, Wyalong 7.31)—0 &lt;> Walkom Marriage* are Rolomnii-od and other rites of tin) church administered by the Circitii Minister. C Q Walkom
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Wyalong aad District' •Hospital TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up till MONDAY, Feb. 18t,h, at 7 X).m, for the undermen tioned SUPPLIES for tlio above In stitution for 12 mouths, beginning 1st March. Groceries, Meat Br&lt; ad It torments. Lowest or any tender not necessar ily accepted. V. G. MANNING, ' Secetary. West Wyalong, Fob. 5, 1901. Municipal,District of WyaLong. ELECTION OF ALDERMEN AND AUDITORS. FEBRUARY, 1001, The following CANDIDATES havo boon Nominated us Aldermen: — Frederick Cbudleisfh Claudo Hercules Irwin limits* Brunet Jaunoy .\Fc?orkill Jamou Lach'an J'lowtB Edr urd .lames Filto. Aa the numberof Candidates oxcebds thn uunib.e to b* oliw:t"d. a I'oll will bo. til oi at tbo Excelsior Hi.ll. SVjiiKiag, ou Satur day Next, February i)rh in^lant. Voting will commence »t 8 o'clnelc in the forenoon and will close at 5 o'clock in- tlio afternoon. Tbo following Oiiididat'-s havo bjun Nomi nated us Audltora: — "William I'ri^hcm Jnnuis Albev Hodgi Wtllinm E...
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Land Board. A meeting of the Local Land Boa id will In* held ar Bnrmednian on tho 6;h IMu'imry, when following mses will be dealt. with : — O.'P. 00.11 Burmedm.in East:, Ui>ioti Bank, J. W. li:. Wyse B.P. 00.12 Birttipdman, Union Bank, J. W. II. Wysp. CP. 00.10 BanneHmnn, Union Bank, J. W H. Wyse. C.P. 00 10 IViriiioilniai), Union Bank. 11. E. IT. Wyse. C. I'. 00.9 B irniedimn. Union Bank, It. E. H. Wyse. To decide priority of applications for Settlement Lease :— Portion 25, '1438 acres, parish Lnriui-kal-k-d. Portion 27, 1.C3S a., parisli Bogin derra. Portion 53, 2227 a.,X'ookaburra go»g Portion ^ | 199Gi acres, parishes Bo^indprra and Thurungly. To decide priority of applications for homestead section :— Portion 50, 835 a., parish "Warri. Portion 51, 925 a., parish Warri. Portion 52, 925 a., parish Warri. Thuusday, 7tii February. Inquiries as to Issue of C 'rtificates. C.P. 95.10 Burmedman East, Her man Tiodeman. C.P. 94.G Barmedman East, John Coleman. C. 1'. 95.3 Barniedman Ea...
THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
THE -Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, FEB. G, 1901. Tub Wyalong Municipal war com menced in real earnest on Tuesday, when the nomination ot candidates for the threo vacant seats took place. Be yond announcing the fact that such s. meeting took place, we are unable in this issue to give a full report of the proceedings, but this will bo given on Friday next. Owing to the short time wo have been on this field, we cannot give much of the history of the Wya long Municipal Council, but wo h ive b-'on hero long enough 10 see that the Council h is not by any means been a happy f imily; the alderman being 'iip.lft, apparently, into two parLics—Llio Mayoral and the anti-Mayoral factions — and the result has been an utter iailuro to conduct in a proper manner the important business attending a municipality. Of course the ratepay ers at the first election could not pos sibly tell what sort of a " fist" the aldermen would malco of tho business, but at tho present moment, they aro armed with a weapo...
The Grenfell Bank Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
■'Tiie Grenfell Bank Eobbory. Afc the .Water Police Court, Sydney, on Friday List, before Mr. Wilshire. S.M., W illiam Heron Woodfall, ;i(> yours of age, a native of Victoria, ami 1 a clerk by occupation, was charged j ■with stea:ing £4100, the property of j the Union Bank of Australia, Ltd., at Grenfeli. on or about December 2(J. ! I'JOO. ' [ Detective Roche, who had charge of the case for the police, asked that the accused should'lie rem ind, d until Saturday, a request which was accor dingly grunted. The accused asked for bail, but the 'ipplicariori was relused. .William Heron Woodfall, who was ..arrested at Toowoomba, Queensland, laBt wnelr, arrived by train in Sydney on Friday morning in charge of Sergear.t Roberts, of Grenfeli. He ■was met at Red fern by Detectives Roche and H. Biown, and was con veyed by them to the Water Police Station. During a conversation there Wood • fall described his doings from the time •of his departure from Grenfeli, staling that after being in S...
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydnoy, Cootamimdrn, Tomora, Barmod limn, nml "Wyalong, daily, (Sundays excepted) ft.no p.in , arrive* at West Wynlon? at 0.H0 p.m. From Ciiynvie, Conloholiu, et\, Tuesdays and Fridays nt &lt;1 it.m From Atarndcnand Fox-bos,SundaysanuThursdays at 6 p.m. From Vnlgogrin, Mondays, "WodnesJnye, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From Caroon, on Sundnv* at 0 p.m. I'rom Kildary, on AVciincsdsiv* and Saturdi-*'4 R p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Dental .Notice. E. CASPER80NN, —D.D.S.— (Doctor of" Dental Surgery.) Late De monstrator of tlio Philadelphia Dental College and Hospital of Oral Surgery, MAT bo consulted lit his Surgery, Mniu stroet, West Wyalong, free of charge, oil all mattorn relating to Surgical, Mechan cu.1 or Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia. PainloBD extraction by nil the newest method*. Toeth filled witlr'Gold, Silver, Ptatina, Alloy, Porceluiii, Cement, etc. Artificial TTeetSi wls-houft Places or on Gold, Platina, Silver, Deni'/il Alloy, Vulcanite, or Aluminium PlateB. Continuous Gum, Crown or Ricgo work, end nil the IntoHt styles of American and Continental Dentistry. ijgjj' Residents of the district ml}', if they choose, have the privilege of being troatod by one wJio ia not only a graduate, but has bo3ii a member of tho clinical staff of tho largest and moat celebrated Dental ColUge America. EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SYDNEY 1895,1893,1897,1898 and 1899, THE BEST IN TH£ WORLD Kindly Forward all my G...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
BRIEF ITEMS. As a result, of fierce fighting in Ven ezuela, liuudt'i'd.s of Government sup porters were Icili.'d by t.fie insurgents. The death of "the Russian General, Fi-hl- Marsh il Ciourko, is announced, ut the ago of 7H years. ;yrr, the Chief of Police it Lyons, has been dismissed fur secretly listen ing to private mid political conversa tions. The Italian Chamber of De] uties is to be draped for a week with i> ourn lng in lionor of Verdi. The state Minister for -Alines him received from Mr.-J. 1j. Jaquet, Geolog ical Surveyor, a lepoi't on deposits .of iion ore near Cadia. Mr. J. B. Jaquet states that exten* tivo deposits capable of yielding inuny millions of tons of high-grade iron oro occur in the Cadia district. For the quarter ending December Illst last the railway revenue waa £1.052,399, us against £925,281- the previous year. The gross railway earning? for hisfc quarter are tho largest on record, tho increase being £127,125 over the last quarter of 1899. All descripti...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
DEPARTUIil-S. For "Bnrmodman, 'JVnmia, Cootamundra, and Svd- | ney, daily, (Sundaysoxooptod} at. 7 a.m. For Vnjjaiio, &lt;ui TupMlny.-innd Saturdays at. 8 p.m. For Mursdni and Forbes, on Weduo.sday.s and Saturdays at. 7 a.m. For Yal.nogiin, on Tui'sdnvs, Thursdays and Sat days at 10 a.m. * I For C.iroon, on Saturdays at G a.ia. ; For Kildarv, on "Wednesdnys and Saturdays ai 7 | a.m. ' ' . * ; IThn mails arc delivered at tl.o post oJIicc up to S p.m. earh day. Mails uro roadv for delivery about I Iinlf-nu-hour after the arrival &lt;>t: coach. j Jitter box cleaned for despatch at (J a.m each day. Pillar box at Central •"Wyalnn;,'- cleared xlailv at 7.SO p.m. 3Tonev Ordor and Government. Saving JinnV. Uourfl—Week days—10 a.m. to *>p,m.; Saturdays— 10 R.m. to 1 p.m.
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Progress Committee. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of tlm! above wns held at C>Hins's Hotel on Friday ui^lit list. Present: —Messis. Helvar (chair), Punton, Grepn, Thorn, Gelling, Duncan, and Erumutt (Secre tary). ■■ The minutes of the previous meetinc sv'ere read, and after iliey had been confirmed, Mr. Thom moved : " That the meeting be adjourned until Fii'lay next, in sympathy with the demise of our late beloved Sovereign ; and that tho Secretary send a wire of condolence to the Governor General expressing regret at the sad occurrence." Seconded by Mr. Duncan, and carried unanimously. Tho meeting then adjourned. LioutenantGoneral Frenoh s column of cavalry and mounted infantry is sweeping the coutry east of Pretoiia Joliannosburg railway, and between the Delagoa Buy and Natal Railway as far na Ei melo.
W.W.C. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
"W,W,0. Rifle Club. | A well attended meeting of.jnernbers of the above was held at Elgin's hotel on Monday night—Mr. R. A. ■ Collie occupying ihc chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Inward and outward correspondence was read and adopted. Accounts amounting to £3 8a Id were passed for payment. On tho motion of Mr Durand, secon ded by ^ M r. W. R. Wilson, the handi eiippers' score sheet was adopted, Mr. J Gosper donated 5/- towards the target fund. It was decided to get Mr. Gosper to fix the target in position. Mr. Collie donated £1 Is, Mr. Pad dock a Shooting Box (valued at £1 Is), and Jlr, IS, Mills 10/6—ag Shoot.ing prizes for the coming quarter. Me.ssrs. E. Mills unci H. Naylor were elected handicappers. Tlie ranges fixed for shooting were 400yds unci oOoyds, 500yds iind'SOOyds an'i.GOOj'ds and 700yds. ' A 2/- sweepstake was organised and a large sum was collected in the room. • • . ..... . The following were the highest scores for the quarter end...
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Hospital. A meeting of the Wyalong Hospital Committee was held at Wheeler's Hotel, Wyilong, on M nday ni^hfc. Present: — Mr. F. W. Clarke (chair), Messrs. Walters, Souden, Cunpbeli, E. Neeld, T. Jones, Williams, H. R. Ilelyar, and the Secretary. On the motion of Mr. Campbell, seconded l>y Mr. Souden, Mr. Clarke was elected President; and on the motion of Mr. N-eld, seeond-d by Mr. Jones, Mr. Walters was appointed to act us Vice-President. Mr. Ilelyar moved, and Mr. Neeld seconded, that Mr. Souden he re appo'nted Treasurer',' Curied. Mr. Manning was reappointed Secretary on tlie motion of Mr. Souderi, seconded liy Mr. Walters. Dr. Willis was ilso reappointed Medical Oftie t, on the motion of Mr. Waiters, seconded by Mr. Campbell. • On the motion of Mr. Neeld, secon ded by Mr. Jones, fclie present Nursing Stuff and Waidsnian were re-appninted. Mr. Neeld moved, and Mr. Soil Jen seconded, that Messrs. Vout and Wyllie be asked to donate the amount collec'ed by them to the Hospital Com...
OPEN COLUMN. P.A.H. and [?]. ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor Wyalong ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
OPEN OO-LUiVEiT, F.A.H. ai d T. ASSOC! AT rON. (To the EJitor Wyulong Ahvocate.) Dour Sir,—Once more I crave a short. space in your- valuable paper (not as a reply) but to draw attontion to the last let ter in the ' Star'.re"the above Association, and signed this time 1 another subscriber.' This is very thin, and the writer in 'commencing the letter, begins thus :—' My object of writing mine of thi ~2'2iul,' $'c. This is mere dust, lie would like to lead the public to believe that this was writ'on by another member of the Association, more heniug3. He cannot reply to Aiy contention, nor is lie manly enough to siy whether it is right or wrong but 11 >undersofFintO the inu:l and again commences his usual .nudslinging from behind tlie hedge of a ' nom de plume ' with a view of grinding an axe of his own (a little bit of cottage Hospital in this). I have, challengi d liim to sign his name, which ho has failed to do ; that being so there is only one con clusion to be .arrived at, and ...
With the Bushmen INTERVIEW WITH A RETURNNED SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
With the Bushmen' INTERVIEW WITH A RE TURNNED SOLDIER. Our reporter had an interesting interview with Private "W. II. 0o.\, who volunteered from this district, line] sailed with the first contingent of N.S W. Bushmen for South Africa timing March of last year, and re turned front tho Cape invalided by the transport Orient, which arrived in Sydney,a-few;\iays ago H.- attended Wy along on a Hying visit, and was the guest of Mr. R. Lindsay. In reply to .various quest ions, the returned private related the travels of the contingent.from SYDNEY TO BIERRA, from thence to Bamboo Creek, GO miles from Bierra. From there to Tutnlarly, on the border of the Portu guese tenitory—where the horses died at the rate of 50 per day. From Tum Jarly they went to Marandellas, which is 17 miles from Salisbury, the capital of Rhodesia—and at this pliee the Bushmen were attached to the Rho desian Field Horse. Their next place of eail was_ Buluwayo, and here'- they had an experience in the woods of Afiica—'b...
Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901
Municipal Nomina tions. The official nomination of candid ifcos to fill the vacancies in the Wyalons; Municipal Council took phice at thu Court House on Tuesday at noon. The following candidates were duly nominated :— Aldehmkk. Frederick Chudlmgh, nominated by F. W. Cl.u4 0 un-l Rich' rd Neeld. Clrmrlo. Here ilos Irwin, nomiantHd by Alfred A. Smith, J.. E Hughes, Alfred Willis, and G. F. Rpynell. Louis B. J. McCorkill, nominited by A. A. Smith, a Willis, J. E H115l.es, C. H. Irwin, G F. Reynell. Jatii"S L. PiOWhk, nominutpd hy A. A Smith, J. E. Iluyhes, A. Willis, G. F. Reynell Edward Jamos Pikp, nominated by F. Neeld and Thos. Eisicitio. AUDixoro William Brighton, nominated by J. E. Hughes and J. Apps. Jmiiics A. Hodge, nominated by A. A Smith. William Bannister, nominated by F. Neeld. Charles McMahon, nominated by E. A. 2STi:eld Another paper wis received. com tnining tho tunno of F. W Clark •, b'lt it did not state what oflica that gentle man was a candidate for.