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METHODIST CHURCH Farewell Services [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

METHODIST CHURCH Farewell Services Tallimba 11 a.m. : Mount Vieiv 3 p.m. . j I West Wyalong 7,30 p.m. Rev. W. H. Butler. Quarterly Meeting at the Church, Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH West Wyalong H a.m. Yiddah 3 p.m. Barmedman 7.30. p.m. ' Rev. B. R .Palmer, Minister.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Parish of Wyalong Wadnesday, 28th March: All Saints 7.30 p.m. Evensong. . * SUNDAY, 1st AIPLMTj , All Saints 7.30 a.m. H.C. . Chili • n 10.30 a.m. ' : 'Calleerir3|p.m. Evensong. SUpgarie 7.30 p.m. Evetif.oag. J,.. , i ' Hev. H. T. Genge.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastoral and Agricultural [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

Reference was made in these notes fast week to the operation o£ sheep classing and its importance toven to the owner of even' the smallest flock. U was pointed out that in every flock there is rooim for: improvement, an<I, on acount of the casual, methods-by ,' which many of them are built up the need in the'case of the small flock is usually particularly great. It was i recommended'that every sheep .'owner should perodically class his ewes at last to the extent'of culling out all the low grade animals and some gen eral directions were given as to the* lines on : which selection should be practised . by the small flock owner from both the fat'lamb and wool pro duction points of view. ,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

COST OF UPKEEP is an important item with most motor cyclists. In this direction Australian will help you reduce running cost by ensuring increased mileage. These sturdy tyres, being especially made for Australian roads, can be relied on for economical and satisfactory service. Fit " Dunlop" — it pays! All agents stock them* * * * All States DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aust. Ltd. and N.Z. GS Make certain that your \writc ^.jjay far Ceilings will be attractive Catalogue, M. 27 and in good taste—inscal Wunderlich Art Metal O Ceilings. The wide range of beautiful designs will appeal to you —prices will suit your purse — results will afford permanent satisfaction. Inspect the popular patterns stocked by your local supplier of building materials: WUNDERLICH LTD. Baptist St., Redfcrn. Sydney. A. E. PEREIRA AND W. G. BUTLER, WEST WYALONG.

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

fgpwmiirgH n « C HJUJ ^rUlABJUUULJJUUlflXIUtJJlJLJIJJltJtJ^^ BKiULIlM i If you want real fruit drinks, that is, drinks ^ .-; J - ^ I:: made from the actual fruit, ask for,{he l':.T I popular brands " ORANGE CUP and KIA : OR A LEMON." It is a mistake ju& ,to ■ 'J- - .1 say ^Squash" or "an Orange Drink," as of^en ; » you may be served with substitutes that,are : • ' made from essences and which are riot . :(1 • ' real-fruit drinks at all. It must be Orange : •' Cup or Kia-Ora Lemon if you want;the'bisst. ' •' v j a O.T. LTD., Melbourne, Sydney, London and U.S.A. J LIFS ASSURANCE IS A DUTY THAT CANNOT WAIT Most men intend to protcrt their dependents with.:L lw Assurance, but many delay until too h:te. or at 'bc*r, u'r.fil - V their premiums have bccome needles ly- high. U''you t r>, .. cV arc in their position, accept this duty now'and net uponir. There is a P. fli C. poljcy ,t3 meet youe c. fse—a policy > I that gives you the benefits of co-operative ■ r.-iSiimncc aud" ^...

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Unlucky Motorist [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

Unlucky- Motorist " I:':; Mr.. Davies, or < Junoe, ;ms ■ a • reiw [ j.tatipn;- locally;■ as boine ;tho. unlucUlest .motorist In ;> the .district; .^Within ten>' minutes;; of.'.taking delivery: ;of' a car; ■ ;from:'the.. Sydney'?: agents I'anocher- car. • crashed Intp itandcomplotely.^e-' stroyed;lt ■.'It 'was replacwi.'jbut^lics • now boen 'destroyed by Are. ' i ] ^ y 1 \

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COMEBACKS AND CROSSBREDS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

COMEBACKS AND CROSSBREDS. In a flock of comebacks,-if 'breed-', ing for wool, care should be- taken'] tliat the size of frame necessary irv a sheep of this type: is not sacrificed i to the production of a superfine dassi| of wool. If the comeback flock, lis iised for lamb raising, roominess : of J frame, miilk 'production capacity, ana. early maturity . must be especially' considered. , These remarks concerning frame! and conformation apply equally to ££• crossbred as to a comeback flock., though to a lesser degree. The main; consideration in regard to.' the wool: is to make the flock as. even as poa-. sible, and because of the greater value attaching to the-finer classes, of crossbred wool, it is advisable to cull the coarser wolled animals with; the object of getting a flock that .will; cut a fairly even clip of medium* to nne crossbred wool.'

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT PROPORTION TOCULL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

WHAT PROPORTION TOCULL When breeding for wool, states the Sheep and Wool expert of the Depart ment of Agriculture in the article quoted, the proportion to be culled will depend on the eveness of the? foundation flock, and how drastic the owner is prepared to be. After the first culling, there will'not be so many to remove from the original lot of ewes although it will be ad visable to examine the flock each year, as some anini'ais may deterior ate quickly. As soon as the teeth be come faulty it is well to cull such sheep out on account. of age—"cast for age" as it is termed. The class of country and the" amount of risk the owner is prepared to run if a dry seasoii follows, will decide at what stage it is wise to cull for age. Under dry conditions the aged ewes, espec-: ially if in lamb, are naturally the first to feel the pinch. Each year the ewe lioggets will come up for inspection and liero judgment is required.' On numbers of station properties, as high as 33 per. cent, of the ew...

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WEST WYALONG RACES Weights for Wednesday Next MAIDEN HANDICAP 4 FUR. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

WEST WYALONG RACES Weights for Wednes day Next MAIDEN HANDICAP 4 FUR. 1 AUROKEET 9 0 2 WINSOMETTE 8 12, 3 UTEARA 1T' 4 THE LIZARD 8 9 5 LACTO 8 9 6 OUR BACHELOR 8 9 7 BESSIE BUSH "8 ?'■ 8 BILL O' CLEAR 8 0 9 CARRICK 7 7 10 NORILLO 7 7 11 CONSIDERATION .. .. .. .77 PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, 6 Fur. 1 BINDAREE .. .. 9 0 2 PATMOS .. 8.12 3 SAMARANG 8 9 4 BILLY BUSHLAND .. .. .. 7 12 CORINTHIAN HANDICAP, 6 Fur., 1 BINDERRA . .. ...10 11 2 LADY BARREN FIELD 10 7 3 ALAHOE 10 4 4 GOLDEN LETTER .. .. .. 10 3 5 LADY HERMIT .'. 9 3 6 MISS NETTA 9, 7 7 FLIGHT FEATHER < 9< 8 POWNEY •' 9 4 9 BACKSTITCH .. 9 0 AUTUMN HANDICAP, 7 . Fur. 1 ROSEALDO .. .. .. .. .. ' 9,5 2 BONNIE BRONZE .. .. .. 3 BINDAREE .. .. .. V. 4 MOUNT MORGAN ..83 5 BILLY 'BUSHLAND ..: ..8 0 6 DAYLOTTA. .. .. .. .. 7 THE LIZARD .. .. .. ..7 0 8 BACKSTITCH ..7 0 FIRST TRIAL HANDICAP, 5 Fur. 1 WEE GAY 9 7 2 CARMENETTE 9 3 3 BLUE FAIRER -8.12 4 LADY BARRENFIELD .. . 8 11 5 BURCISTIS . .__8 . 5 ADUCE .y 7 12 7 KEN...

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Wamboyne Line EARLY START TO BE MADE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

EARLY START TO BE MADE From a semi-official so.jrce, we learn that an early start I? to be made with the construction of the West Wyalong-Wamboy/ie I'ne. Arrangements have been made' with a local resident to Isase his property as a depot, administra tive offices, etc.

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FALL, FROM PLATFORM Man Injured [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

FALL, FROM PLAT FORM ■ ' A • •* Man Injured V > At about one o'clock this porning Mr. F. Dolan, manager o£ Mr. A. P. Wade's station, in the Lake Cowal district, sustained a sprained ankle through, falling from a 14ft high, plat form at the rear of the Globe Hotel. It is thought that Mr. Dolan had walk ed in his sleep, and after coming from his room had steppedl on to a tank falling into Thorn's yard adjacent.

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

1ADDL.ER AND BOOT REPAIRER Maltland Street (near Fire Station) WEST WYALONG NEW BAKERY . At Talliirjl^i I WISH to notify the public of Tal Imba and district that I have opened I. NEW AN DUP-TO-DA.TE DAKRRY tt Talllmba as from December 3. 'Jly Motto: Cleanliness and Civility, . GIVE ME A TRIAL E. J. BICKLE WHEAT GRADING 3uslness as Usual Reduced Prices •Workmanship Guaranteed S. McINTYRE TALLIMBA H WEST END BAKERY -- WEST WYALONG Country Orders are Strictly Attended > to ■ ! f Deliver Bread in both towns and de liver _.(to all trains and all coaches. White Bread, Brown Bread, Small Goods, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes .Civility and Good Service FRASER BROS. (E. D. & C .E. A.) that will POACH, BOIL cr FRY Tht'only really perfect Ecp Preserver la "OVO" Simple to use (FAILURE IM POSSIBLE), while "OVO" gives results not • obtainable by any other means. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Store keeper in tho State can obtain supplies for you through any Wholesale Grocery House in Sydney ...

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SECOND DAY Following are the nominations: [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

SECOND DAY Following are the nominations: Second Maiden Handicap: Bill o' Clear, Winsomette, Bessie Bush, Aurokeet, Carrick, Norlllo, Considera tion, Lacto, Uteara, Flying Handicap: Bindaree, Sam arang, Wee Gay. Second Trial Handicap: Bill o' Clear, Whalley Range, Amy Rogers, Binderra, Aduce, Consideration, Bur cestis, Kendall, Blue Fairer, Cole bronze, Alohoe, Lady Hermit, Car inenette, Lady Barrenfleld, Golden Letter, Wee Gay, Young Sarchedon. Miss Shakleton, i. West Wyalong Handicap:' Bin daree, Backstitch, Billy Bushland, Miss . Netta ' Rosealdo, Daylotta, Paris • Fashion, Bonnie Bronze, Golden Let ter. Amateur Handicap: Baclrstitch, Bessie Bush, Miss Netta, Aurolceot, The Lizard, Burccstis, Flight Fea ther, ICindall, Powney, Alohoe, Paris Fashion, Lady Barrenfleld. Farowell Handicap: Billy Bushland Rosealdo, Binderra, Mount Morgan, Flight Feather, Daylotta, PInnon, Miss Shaltleton, Patmos, Uteara. 1 When you get a job to do, Do it now! It' it's one you wish was through, Do it n...

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THE RATIONALISATION OF INDUSTRY What it Will Mean to the Empire [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THE RATIONALISA TION OF INDUSTRY What it Will Mean to the j Empire ■■n — (By A. E. Tomlinson,;- London)., Tlie future of Empire is a-futures'! of Empire trade. ■ That is a truism which many far-sighted men have striven to carry into practice in the past and which all equally far-sighted, men realise to-day Trade; is-the backbone of tlio.Empire and it is essential that every thinking; person in the British Commonwealth of Nations should understand the transitional period throurh wliicli in dustry is passing- to-day. Only; (iiraugft such understanding can" we hope to progress to ultimate ideal of the Env pire as the greatest single, economic unit the world lias ever seen or trad | ed with. British industry to-day is in a state of transitions-transition from the old played-out theories of cutthroat com petition and the so-called free play of economic laws , to the new era of co-operation, regulation of output'toi consumption, and unification on a national and imperial basis; transit ti...

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

F. RUSCONI MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR GUNDAGAI i Will forward designs for all classes of Monumental Work in Granito or Marble. Samples of work can be seen at local cemetery.—R. HOWARD The Presbyterian Ladies' College GOULBURN, N.S.W. Registered Under the Bursary : v Endowment Act Extensive Modem Buildings and Equipment Healthy Ciimato. Altitude 2,300 Fee'. Electric Light. Sewerage. Hot Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds Professional, Commercial, -' and Do , moslie and Science Courses <Iew Term Commences Tuesday, 141 February, 1928 Prospectus from the Principal— BR1G.-GEN. W. RAMSAY McNICOLL. C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. B.A., Dipl. ISduc Old Tanks Repaired WE specialise in REPAIRING OLD I TANKS by REINFORCED CON-' RETE. All General Plumbing Work .lid Repairs at moderate prices. A. AND J. LAMB, 1 Golden Street (near Main Street) WEST WYALONG REFLECTING TASTE AND DISCRIMINATION. ■3 Tlie exquisite pleasure of posses- r J sing CUT CRYSTAL WARE f. S ne\>er diminishes and is only ™ •? equa...

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Specialty Vaudeville [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

Specialty Vaudeville Lovers of music, song, dance and delightful comiedy should attend the Rio Theatre on Saturday, 31st March and Monday, 2nd April, when Fredie Webber, the versatile musical com edian (late of Humphrey Bishop's Mimical Comedy Co.,) and Alf Clif ton, vocalist and marimbapfcone ex pert, will be presented in a pleasing specialty vaudeville act, embracing entertainment at the piano, novelty items on the trumpet, eccentric danc ing, singing, marimbaphone solos, etc. In addition, there will bo the usual picture programmes as follows:- Sat urday, captivating Billy Dove and Lloyd Hughes in "The Stolen Bird," a delightfully thrilling drama of love versus the relentless pride of the Old World aristocracy, snpporld by Bob Custer in "A .Man of Nerve." On the Monday's i-ropramme is an epic of the sea superbly presented, "Shipwrecked," one of the most thrill ing sea stories to date. Sur'jorUiig, Billy Sullivan in "When Seconds Count".

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New Dealer for General Motors [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

NeWyDealer for General - Motors Mr. A.' Lindner announces in. tins ■issue that he has been appointed dealer by General Motors Ltd; for Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oakland; La Salle and Cadillac cars and Chevrolet and G.M.C. trucks. He is having his showroom considerably enlarged, and the latest models of these cars and trucks will be on view after 1st April.

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PRESENATION AT MALLEE PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

PR ES EN ATI ON AT MALLEE PLAINS At the sale of gifts at Mallee Plains on/Monday night last, in connection with the Methodist harvest festival services, opportunity was taken to make presentations to Rev. and Mrs Butler. The chair was occupied by Mr. G. B. Pislier, whose words of ap preciation of the "estimable' qualities and splendid work of Mr. and Mrs Butler were supported by Messrs. Jas. McFadyen, senr., and D. Taggarf. the latter making the presentation ot a Jaeger travelling rug and a large Thermos flask Mr. Butler suitably responded, thanking the people for their useful presents; and for kindness they had •always received at their hands.

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VALEDICTORY Rev. and Mrs. Butler Honored Presentations at West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

VALEDICTORY Rev. and Mrs. Butler Honored Presentations at West .Wyalong On tile eve of their departure for their new\ sphere of labor, Earlwood, Sydney, the Rev. W; H. and Mrs. But-, ler were farewelled by the Methodist people and. others at' the • Methodist, Sunday School Hall on Wednesday, evening. ' ' Mr. S. Ludlow' (Senior Circuit Stew-: ard) presided over a large attendance, .y ••'-•Apologies were received from Rev.. W: J. Conran, Mr. J. Frank,* and Div E. F. Fisher. ; . The chairman explained thatthey, had: met that evening' to ilo honor to both Rev. Butldr and Mrs. Butler. Dur ing Ills throe years residence in West 1 Wyalong,. the former had carried out his duties in a very efficient manner, ■and he was sure they were .all very i sorry to lose him. Rev. Butler had, ■ done splendid, work in the Circuit, .in cluded in which was-the building of the school hall' at West Wyalong-and the new Church at Girral.. \ MivS. R. Marsliman (Church Stew-! ard) said he valued very highly the ...

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