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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
DEPARTURES. For Barmedman, Tcmora, Cootamundr.i, and Syd ney, daily, (Sundays excepted) at 7 a.m. For I'li^fliie, on .Tuesdays and Saturday* nt 8 p.ra, tor Marsdi'n and Forties, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. For Yalirosrin, on Tuesdavs, Thursdays and Sat a«ya at 10 a.m. t'or Carnon, on Saturdays at 0 a.m. For Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. Thfi mails arc delivered at the post office up to 8 p.m. each day, Mails are ready lor delivery about iJoJt'-aD-hnnr after tlia arrival of coach. Letter »>ox elearod for despatch at (5 a.m. each day. l'illar box at Central Wyalnng cleared daily at 7.Ho p.m. Money Order and Government Saving Ban\. Honrs—"Week day.-,—10 a.m. to o p.m.; Saturdays— 10 ii.m. to 1 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
Government-Notices. CROWN LAND SALE. T the Court House, WYALONG,. on jr\_ JTonday, 2ot.lv-February, at noon the • .following will ho offered at Auction, viz.. Allot. 20, Soc 2, Toivn of Wvalonj*; ar?a J of an aero ; tTpsfit; I?;ri.ee (including- value of Improvement;-*) £273 lOn. Portions 122, -181, to 184, parish Mttifgs. county Bland, suburl.aof Wynlong, about half a mil» north nf the town j "area. 1 acrecncli, with -the ex.copti 51) of portion 182. which is 2rds lSpci-s. Upset prices—(lixsludinj; value of impi'ovetucdts 'an portion* 122 and 181) J241. .£10, £i>( and €5 respectively Fuither particulars can be obtained from thf Tjind Asrerit. or Gazette No 1185 of' 22nd December, 19 0. Term3, 25 per cent deposit, b(.i inteii) three m iut..s, AT tho LAND OFFICE, BAT-tMED MAN, on Wednesdiy 27th Feliru■ ary, at no >n, tl/o follmvin^ >vil| bo offered at Auction, viz., Allotnn nt 'J. Secti m i. Town of C>irincdni in, a.ca-:] of :in . upset price (ine'udinjf value of improve,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
Preliminary Notice. To Those ABbut to Furnish, and | Others, j T) A. COLLI'3 lifts rpcoive'dnnstntotioitfj IV, from tlm Bxp,tutors in' the iEsW# of the lute Mr TUOMASYjlGp'SEJi to dtdl by A uction _ AT AN EAftLY DATE, t Duo Notico oF which will be liivfln, ths - whole of tho Choice and-carufajlj' pelectcd [ FURNIfTOB ! AND EFFECTS. '[; l£2gi"This Furniture is worth waiting ?of. j; R. A. COLLIE, I Auctioneer. [ For Sale—k Bargain. [ WE ' TH^R-BOAKD and Iron 4-KocB H &lt; >U3E a'.'d S HUP—c-lltir, undot* [ l»r nnil tnn&lt;. r Owner leaving through iU'-hesllh. J R. A. CiftLIB, f Auctionnar. REMEMBER . Time, is, short—and so is the &lt; stock of fclio "P.iihway of Life."! a. M. GALLOWAY h»s a fevr morlj Volumes »fc a reduced pries. I
Municipal District of Wyalong. ELECTION OF ALDERMEN AND AUDITORS. FEBRUARY, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
Municipal District o£ I Wyalong. j ELECTION OF ALDERMEN AND AUDITORS. FEBRUARY, 1901. The foliowinsf CANDIDATE5! hara boss Nominated as Alderman: — Frederick Chudleijih Claiule Hercules Ii win Louis Brunnr. Janne/ AToCorkill James Lich'ai Howes Kd? nrd Jnma3 liie. As the number of Candidates exceeds tbj number to 1>-elected, a Poll will bo takoi at tho Exce'sior Hull. Wyatoag, on Situf« d'iy .Next,' February 9th instant. Votinf will commence at 8 o'clock in the forenooS and will close at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The following: Candidates have4jaen Nomi« nated as Auditors; — "William Brighton j Jamsrt Alhert Hodgo J William Edwin ;Bannister.- j Charh.'S Mac.Mahon. j As the number of Candidates oicoftda till number to be Klected, a full will be taken | at thnlixoe'Rinr Hall, Wy'alons;; on Satur- j day Next February 9th instant. Vn^in? will comm '.nee at 8 o'clock in tho forenoon 1 and will close at o o'cloolc in tho afternoon, i JEREMIAH MORIARTT, Mayor, Returning OfjScar.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
Local and General 1 ' - I ; tgZt i The cheapest place in town for j "vleoted Ilfdwno'l, Oregon, Richmond : Pine, Redwood Mouldings, Scotia, j Architraves, etc. E. Mills, West i Wvalo'ng.' Selected Spotted Gum lor; Wlmelrights. 10,000 feet to choose j from. ■ ! Two local miners named T. Diddi i and F Wyti who liuve. been prospe.c'i'ig for some time oil Kildary n-.d Biiddi gower, and were living in an old hijfc on a selection (he property of the XJninn Bank, left the place yewrfjiiy morning and 011 return at dinner timo found the house ana contend hud been burnt —even to tlieir harness. IThej were left with an empty cart. \ Mr. R. Gagie, of Spy Hill, who has \ been poisoning rabbits for some tims, j secured 300 of the pest at cmo tank in i one n'ght .this week. [ —r-Trrr- [ Crowded Out—O-ving to^fcho heavy ! pressure lipoh our sp ice to-day,cmssil i by our desire tr> place municipal .gjit j ters clearly befon; o.ur readers, we are j compelled to hold over many interest- j ing ju-ti...
THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY. FEB. 9, 1901. Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
TUB. Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY. FED. 9, 1901. Telegraphic. Sydney. Frid'iv. Tim Town ITaU was crowded with p-iojjlu List niuht to limr Mr. B irtou spa ll;. The Fedeial Premier received an oxcollont ri'ccpl itm. Di'tik'Ni followed the Premier, tlion Sir G'orge Tiirmr, :i11• I also Mr. Dra'x', who, ^vitit Mr. R. E O'Connor, s ad th .b tlm Victiu-iiins do not tnko Mr 'liofd seriously in this missiunly tour throughout the colonies. Mi-. Burton I'iivH.s for Melbourne on Sunday night wiili M-. Drake. Sir. Drake, F&lt; dotal Postmaster General, has called a conf&lt; ronce of tlie postal heads to lie held at Mel - bouI'lld. Sir. Barton goes on to Adelaide after addressing tlirs meeting at the . Mi-lliourno Tnwn Hull. A Federal 0 iljinot meeting will he held to dny. Sir W. Lynn is expected • buck in true fo attend the meeting. Sir Joi n Forest, speaking at. Cool gardie, said hi would relinqui li the State Pn inicrship in u few days Sir. Kingston, who is visiting Perth, til" ...
CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
London, Tltnrs'rinv. Tho British Government is sendine 30.000 mounted troops to Soith 'Africa, in addition to the num.bur ul ,, xeftdy desp-iti lierl. ' Tlie Tillies' .eulogises the pat riotic spirit shown by t!i colonies during th" Sou h African war. Tlio Africander Bond r.ffers to urge the Bo-is to surrender if they uro ill lowed to ic'ain their farms. Prominent: lhitclinien su&lt;»»''3l tlin1 Do Wet and Bot ha .should lio appointed on tho Executive Council of tlio now Government. Ail Indian Tl»jah has sub'orihed n ' mi lion and ft half runees towards an In ian memorial to Queen Victoria, .. .national undertaking which has been , suiru-i aie'l by Lord (Jurzon. Tho Foreign Ministers at Pekie think that C!iin;i can afford an inrieni n ty of eighty millions, to bii paid ofl' at the rate of four millions per year. Tho correspondent to tlio London ..'Tiiiics' siys tho British wcro vo v foolish not to have seised iho Peki • Shan-Kwnn railway »s goairity long ago.
"FUN ON THE PLATFORM" [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
"FUN ON THE PLATFORM" &nbsp; was the next item staged, and Charles Sheridan would have got a few wrinkles for his play, "Fun on the Bristol,'' had he been present. The Mayor took up a position on the platform, with the object, he said of showing his ignorance! He was not long there, however, when MR. CLARKE, VACATED THE CHAIR, with the result that an oratorical war took place. Mr. Clarke: Did not you tell a man that, the rates struck on the mines were an imposition. &nbsp; The Mayor: Never. Mr. Clarke: You know you did; and I can bring him here to-morrow morning to prove it—and still you did act according to your belief. It was a d----d imposition! &nbsp; &nbsp; The Mayor: — &nbsp; Mr. Clarke: Now sit down; and be d---d to you! &nbsp; &nbsp; Notwithstanding these insults THE MAYOR KEPT COOL, and went on with his address at some length—at certain stages he and Mr. Clarke apparently taking turn about. Messrs. E. Neeld, J. Channon...
The Policy of the Opposite Side. MESSRS. CHUDLEIGH AND PIKE DELIVER ADDRESSES. THE MAYOR RISES FROM ZERO UP TO BLOOD HEAT. MORE DISORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901
The Policy of the Opposite Side. &nbsp; MESSRS. CHUDLEIGH AND PIKE DELIVER ADDRESSES. THE MAYOR RISES FROM ZERO UP TO BLOOD HEAT. MORE DISORDER. Desiring that the ratepayers should hear both sides of the ever-absorbing question now being fought out amongst &nbsp; our townspeople and Council men, Messrs. Chudleigh and Pike, candi- dates for Aldermanic honors, delivered VERY ABLE ADDRESSES at Bannan's Hotel, on Thursday night. About 350 persons were pre- sent, and taking the meeting on the whole, it WAS NOT AS ROWDY as the one on Wednesday night—but the Mayor was all in his glory and made frequent interjections, which were subjected to the usual cheers and groans—and for the first time we saw &nbsp; His Worship lose his temper. MR. F. CLARKE occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting said he hoped the candidates &nbsp; &nbsp; would get a good hearing, as they were white men. They were all aware that no improvements made during the past twelv...
Cricket. WAMBOYNE FEDERALS V. WEST MILBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901
Cricket. WAMBOYNE FEDERALS V. "WEST MILBY. The above trams met on the Bena wicket on Saturday Just, for their sec ond match this season, which resulted, "like the first engagement, in a win for the Federals. Each club estimated it? Opponent hh worthy of consideiation, and consequently they were rnpiesenti d liy the best elevens that could be put iw the field. Mr. E. Bnttenshaw won the toss from Mr. J. Campbell, and decided (o bat. The wicket was in splendid Older, thte mat. being very tigliily drawn on it carefully chipped piicli. Tlie Federals were not disposed of 'ill they had put together the tespecta b!e seoie (f 119; to which Mr. O Johns contributed 50 not out by really tir.-t class cricket-, almost every mail in t.he Milby team could bowl, and bowl well, but so .strong was this batman's defence that they gave up nil hope of ever petting l.im out. They wen1 under the impression-hat tli&v would have equally us much chance of getting the Fed'-ial capital sue at Wam'ioyne ...
BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901
BRIEF ITEMS. Last Friday night's municipal elec tion inc.i-li^ig . at Wvalong was the demon of the en 111 pai^u. The fun was fust and furious almost from tin; very jump. I- would have been a j»ood idi-a 10 have charged au ailmisi-ion ft c and given tiie proceeds to ilie huspital. It is. said I lust a set to took place betwei-n i wo factiorntHP, and that one was laid out. like a fiog in hoots while 11is pt-rspinng opponent sat upon liim to kei p him quiet. The eve of the municipal battle was one that will be placed upon the his* topical records of the Wyalong Muni cipal elections. There is one thing to be,said, atldi that is -the local people know how to orgaviso a municipal battle, and they t .lce a Very lively intorest in the pro ceedings. This is more than can bQ said of many other .municipalities. There were lnrgo posters stuck all over the pliice directing the rutepay l)OW to vote, 5Uid handbills aud ad dresses as vliick ils- gooseberries on a bush, each s.ittiiig out their part...
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901
Here and Tliere. The stRpmer Vvalau, which arrived 'from the Eastern Pacific 'tt Auckland Inst week, hi ought news of the sensa tional burning .it s> a of the four-masted barque Pyrenees*, bound from Tacoma, on the Pacific const of the United States, to Leith, Scotland, with wheat, via Cape Horn. The vesse', after be ing on fire for some time, whs beached at Gumbier Islands, 80 miles from Tnhiti,'without casualties. It was im |iossi!ile to do anything to extinguish the tire, and everything left was later on sold for £200 at Papeete, the capi tal'-of Tahiti, where the crew was brought by a trading schooner. Mr. Deakin, Federal Attorney General, speaking on Wednesday even ing at a: meeting of the South Mel bourne'branch of the National Liberal (Protectionist) Association, said if the fiscal question was misnumag'd in the first Federal Parliament, the result might be absolute confusion in every State Treasury in Australia. Under the policy w hich the people of Victoria had determine...