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EXCURSION TRAIN Linking Up at Temora [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

EXCURSION TRAIN Linking Up at Temora Mr. J. Prank, Hon. Secretary of the West Wyalong Chamber of Com merce, has received the following letter from the Southern Area Com missioner, In response to representa tions made by the Chamber Dear Sir,—With further reference to my letter of 21st inst, and represen tations made to me by Messrs. An drew and McDonald (representing the Chamber of Commerce) on Wed nesday last 21st idem and confirm ing my telegram of even date, in re gard to making provision for passen gers fromWyalong on Thursday 5th proximo, connecting at Temora with excursion train leaving that station at 10.30 p.m. for Sydney. I have to inform vou that a goods train with passenger accommodation provided will leave Wyalong at G.50 p.m. Banned man 8.15 p.m. and arriving Temora at 9.45 p.m. in sufficient time to a(^, ■milt of passengers obtaining refresh ments and the purchase of excursion tickets at Temora Passengers will re quire to purchase ordinary tickets for the journey to .T...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION BY YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

PRESENTATION BY YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLUB < v The Methodist ;Young People's Club recently entertained Mr. and Mra. Butler at the Methodist Sunday ! School Hall. Miss V. Bolte presented Mrs-Butler with a cut-glass vase, and Mr. A. Winter presented Mr. Butler with a zy.lonite luminous dial alarm clock. Reference was made to the keen interest Mr. and Mrs. Butler liad taken in the Club and the young: people generally, and to the fact that prior to the erection of the School Hall Mr. and Mrs Butler regurlarly enter tained the Young People at the Par sonage. Mr. Butler suitably responded, and urged. the Young People to maintain the present high standard of the Club. Adainty repast was served, and a very pleasant evening spent

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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£100 FINE Had Loaded Gun Six Months Gaol, Too [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

£100 FINE Had Loaded Gun J ; .i: I ! . 1 Six Months Gaol, Too Drastic penalties were metec out by Mr. Laidlaw, S.M., to a man con victed In Sydney of illegally' carry ing a loaded revolver; He was lined £100; in default nine months hard labor, and was sentenced to six months hard labor in addition. The man concerned was described in the court by the police as "Gun man Gaflney."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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PRIME CHAFF Extra Standards Fixed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

PRIME CHAFF Extra Standards Fixed Standards for prime green wheaten and prime heavy oaten (20 to 21 bags to the ton) chaff were fixed at a meeting of the Department of Agri culture. Mr. A. H. E. M'Donald, Director of Agriculture, presided, and repre sentatives of cliaff millers, merchants and selling agents attended. Three additional grades, arranged J at the request of the trade, and the samples as submitted, were adopted.

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

' WINNUNGA NOTES (From our Correspondent) The following are the local cricket club's bowling and batting averages for tile season. D. Vauglian scored a total of 515 runs, highest total, and K. Aird secured the best average. In the bowling W. J. Logg took 18 wickets for the season, next is order being B. McNamara with 32 and B. Murrells 29. BATTING AVERAGES I I-I.S. N.O. Ag. Av. K. Aird 8 81 2 330 55 F. Miller .. 10 ,42 2 ,174 21.G D. Vaughan .. 20 92 4 5J.5 32.3 J. Wcissel .. .. 18 .71 .2...4-14 24.12 T. Powell .. .. 22 43 1 163 7.16 II. Vaughan .. 24 14, ,3... 132 6.6 B. McNamara .. 16-,39 >1< 93 .6.3 G. Murray .... 8 14 0 39 4.7 R. Murrells .. .. 24,. 14 120 ,5.6 K. Logg .... ..18-20 2 72 4.8 B. Murrells .. .. 17 -:1S 0 68. .4 K. Jeffs . . ... .. 2 2 0 +3" 1.1' J. Ellis' -8 16 1 39. 5,4 W. J. Logg.. .. ,22 '37 .4 174 9.12 R. Logg.. .. ,./20,':27 3 127-.- 7.8 R. Jeffs 15 21 2 54 4.2 J. Sligar 4 17 0 ..41 A0.1 W. Powell .... 7 .11 3 30 7,2 H. Elliott .... 10 36 0 176 1...

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TO CONTROL WEEDS AND INSECTS Appointment of Three Experts [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

T0; CONTROL WEEDS 'AND: INSECTS;' Appointment of Three Experts Three senior e^onioligists, a(- :a salai-y .of £7.0,0 a. y$^r each, are to.be, appointed by the council of Scientifio' and Industrial Research to work uu 3er the, recently appointed chief eri tomollgist, Dr. H. J. Tillyard. Olio will investigate the control of no>:!. ous weeds by insect parasites, and another will do similar work o.i noxious insects, and particularly tli3 sheep blowfly. Organisation of the' sollection of parasites in England and France .will be undertaken. The' third will assist, and will also taicc j charge of the museum at Canberra, ivhere the, headquarters will be. Tim ' work will begin on January 1, 1920.

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

MUTOL (COPPER OXY CHLORIDE) , i' j f. Guaranteed 55-57% Actual Copper The Dry Pickle for Prevention of Smut in Wheat Ensures Clean Crops and Bigger Yields NOTHING ELSE AS GOOD Price 1/8 Melbourne or Sydney. Discount i Ton 5%. 1 Ton 10%:. ALL AGENTS AND STOREKEEPERS Mount Lyell Chemical forks' COLLINS HOUSE, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE rm™ paaaga Bsaoaai BBBsai Kreasa gcasasi Egasgq sagga EASTER VISITORS TO SYDNEY. YOU are cordially invited to inspect Paling's wonderful display of Pianos, Player Pianos, Gramophones and otbier Musical Instruments. You will be able to see and hear these instruments to better advantage (SL in greater privacy in our Showrooms than at the Agricultural SJKaw where there is so much noise and confusion. You have had a wonderful season for wheat and wool, and you owe it to yourself, your wife and family to have the best off music in your home. NOTHING will give greater social pleasure and home happiness than one off Paling's Pianos, Player Pianos, or Gramophone...

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

Wyafeig and District Hospital Piciio Race Registered under A.J.C. Rules and affiliated with the Southern District Racing Association Amateur Riders only, who must be Members of the Club. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) ON THE WEST WYALONG RACECOURSE: . " * For all horses who at time of starting have not won a cash prize ex ceeding £10. £55 PRIZE M PROGRAMME To start at 1.30 p.m. ] PROBATIONERS MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4 furlongs. For all horses at time of starting which have not won anadvei;tised prize race on the flat. Of £G, second horse to receive £1 from the stake. Nom. 5/. Minimum handicap weight S.7. To start at 2 p.m. - g MATRON'S BRACELET HANDICAP, G furlongs. Of £10, scond horse £1 from stake. Nom. 5/. Acc. 4/. Minimum handicap weight S.7. To start at 2.30^.10. NURSES' TRIAL STAKES HANDICAP, :5 furlongs. Of £8. For all horses that at the time of starting have not won a prize of the value of £10, second horse to receive SI from the stake. Nom. 6/. Minimum handicap weight 8.7. ; To start at 3 p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

MR. J. S. BLACK, Manager of the Shell Company, saying au revoir to BERT HINKLER at Mascot, on his departure for Melbourne,

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

TULLIBIGEAL NOTES (From our Correspondent) '■ .The., aggregate'of 300 points was coided'in and through' the Tulliblgeaf district; from intermittent showers life, terspersed, with thunder storms during the week end, Monday and Tuesday. Some--'local residents* h's-d ial.recur.-,1 i-erice' of 'the big flood'scare, but there was not sufficient volume of water to do any extent of damage. The total rains were not required, though they -•will prove beneficial. Weed gvowth is . most luxuriant right throughout,. aiid the old" discarded discs are com ing into tlieir own. Roads are ni a bad condition—an instance >yitnessed when 221 horses were attached to GH tons of super. The local: Bureau has moved iu the matter of street drainage. 'At a recent meeting it was decided to request the Council to appoint delegates to meet Bureau membeis in Tullibigcal to dis cuss this matter. So far no results are evident, and while we appreciate the Bureau's stand In this direction, wo would'urge the branch ...

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

TAKE YOUR SKINS, HIDES, AND FURS TO J. J. GORMAN . . WEST WYAUD.NG , CASH BUYER. TOP PRICES

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JUDGE'S SCATHING COMMENT. Type of Immigrants From Britain [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

'JUDGE'S SCATHING I COMMENT. Type of Immigrants From Britain j "I have to admit that among the j-worst class of people X have had to deal with, no tonly in criminal juris- j diction, but itr industrial troubles, •have been migrants from the Old 1 Country." • said Judge Hamilton, of •Sydney, at a civic reception at Perth. I '.'It is certainly lamentable that this class of people are coming into I this: country," Ite added.

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

EASTER EXCUR SIONS . A final intimation is given regard ing the series of excursions arranged by the Railway Department to enable country residents to travel to the Eas ter attractions in the city and else where. Intending patrons are remind ed that the more conversant they are with the train times and conditions uifiler which tickets are issued, the more assistance it will be to the au thorities in the smooth working of • the trains at a time of great stress. Particularly should it be remembered that return portions of excursion tic kets must be re-dated before the home I journey is commenced. I

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EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

EASTER TENNIS ■: 'TOURNAMENT' -'A proposal will be placed before the annual' meeting of the West Wyalong 'Ferinis- Club to-night- (Friday) that a tennis' tournamGnt' will.-be-heldvat the recreation ground during the Easter Holidays. • ■ ''The -following events will be sug gested for consideration:— -J l> Gents. Singles Handicap. Ameri can'system sealed handicap. (Each competitor will play other.players in the event respectively.) ■2. Ladles Singles Handicap on simi lar lines, w 3. 'Gents. Doubles Handicap,, on simi lar lines. !■■■■■■■ '• :'4.' • Ladies . Doubles^-Handicap, > on similar lines. ' Half a crown (gents) and two shil lings (ladies )entrancefee for each event will be proposed.' ' , At'the conclusion of all rounds, those players with the best records will play in the semi-finals and finals.

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ROMANCE OF RUNNIBEDE A Wonderful Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

ROMANCE OF RUNNI BEDE A Wonderful Entertain ment • "The Romance of Runnibede," writ ten by Steele Rudd, is the story of a young girl, fresh from finishing-school in Sydney, -who "returns to her homo on the;borders of Never-Never lands of.-Australia, set in the storied lauds of the Far North, where the menace of the superstitious blaclc strikes ter ror to the hearts of those brave white women. Many tribal customs, never before photograpli?d, aio includod in this big; special. It Is most unique in the/annals of Australian .made motion pictures. Direct from •♦he-. Crystal Pal ace .Sydney, for one night only, .Thursday i next, 5th April.' at Davys'. Tivoli Theatre.- Reserve your seats 'now.-: ' - ■ •

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Picnic Race Meeting TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

Picnic Race Meeting TO-MORROW (SATURDAY)^ Owing to the heavy' state of the track, in consequence of the recent rains, the Picnic Race Meeting, listed for Wednesday last, has been post poned until to-morrow (Saturday). The dance will'be held later oil.

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

DON'T forget C.W.A. Dance at Ttil limba MONDAY, 2nd APRIL.

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

is Positive Prevention ELIMINATE Smut and Bunt—with Vitrioline. Practical tests prove the wonderful results secured—here is copy of a report from the Waite Agricultural Research Institute:— (COO Seeds per Plot) Moderately Bunted (1:1000). Untreated Formalin, 1:100, 5 minutes im mersion Fluestone, 1 %, 5 min. immersion Copper Carbonate, 2oz. per bus. Vitrioline, 2oz. per bushel.. Field Germination % 92.3 85.0 81.3 S9.S 92.8 % Bunt lff.5 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 Treat your seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline overcomes all objections to wet pickling. It does not injure the seed germ, ensures per fect running of seed in the drill, induces quick germination, and the cost is extremely low. Vitrioline is guarantcd to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. TRIOUNE ORY PSC&CLIfcSG POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents jor N.S.W. : keep, Mcpherson ltd. 115:! George St.,...

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P. & C. ASSOCIATION Empire Day Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

P. & C. ASSOCIATION Empire Day Picnic Tlio following were present at the monthly meeting of the West Wyalong Parents and Citizens' Association on Monday evening: Messrs. H. Fraser (President): II. R. Helyar, J. Frank, VV. A. Buttensliaw, S. It. Marshman, Rev. W. J. Conran,, Mrs. Talt, and Harold Helyar (Secretary). Apologies were received from Rev. W. II. Butler and Mr. H. Kaye. The President referred to the annual Empire Day celebrations and school picnic. In his report last year he suggested that not only the children trom the country schools within a radius of 10 miles from West Wya long be Invited, but that the teachers should be allowed to attend as well. Although early in the year, they should decide if the celebrations were to be held this year us usual. Mr. Buttensliaw moved that the usual celebrations and picnic be held at the school on Empire Dav. . Seconded by Mrs. Talt and car ried. The Secretary (in answer to the President) stated that it had been de cided at a ...

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

HOSTEL SUGGESTED Mr. Frank stated that ,in conversa-. tion witli a , person at.; Ungarie rq cently, tlie latter referred to children being sent to other parts, .such as Cootamundra, Temora, Bathurst.t and Wagga, for a higher school education. This meant centralisation, to the detri ment of West Wyalong. These chil dren were being sent away - to other. centres because there was no hostel here. By virtue of its hostel. Temora; had been placed, on the map, and: :lie claimed what could be done in Temora could be done in West Wyalong. The first thing to consider was the pro curing of a suitable piece of ground and then, later on, to erect the.: build ing. This would not come to . pass In his time, but probably in the time of his successor a hostel would be erected in which the country'children could be safely housed convenient to their parents. If they were going to send the children away they , must ex pect to lose their parents. What had been accomplished at Temora in this respect they...

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