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REV. BUTLER'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

REV. BUTLER'S DEPARTURE. Rev. W. J. Conran, In refyrrlrig'to the early departure from the'dlsirict of Rev. W. H. Butler, moved that liiB. services to the Association and school be marked by a Hearty vote of thanks being recorded In the minute book. The motion was seconded by Mr. W. A. Buttenshaw, who referred to J1K54 good work done during his lesidence here, both for the AsHociatlon and iX'X school children, by Rev. Butlur. ! Mr. J. Frank supported the remarks. There was no doubt that Rev. Uutler had displayed a particularly keen In terest in both the Association and school children. He was always a re ' guiar attendant at the meetings, and, one one occasion, when he found ho was. unable to be present, he sent his wife as deputy. In all matters mean ing for the welfare of the town Rev. Butler had taken an active interest. The speaker also referred to the in terest shown in the Association by Rev. Conran, and congratulated both gentlemen on the excellent order they had helped to mai...

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

ons Which establish a new high standard of indi viduality and. smartness COATS WOOL VELOUR COATS, Silk lined. Fur Collars and Cuffs. FUR COATS, Fancy lined. TAILORED COSTUMES FROCKS ENGLISH WOOLLEN LUMBER JACKETS, SPECIAL FELT HATS, two tone. EVENING FROCKS, Georgette, Lame, and Crepe de Chene. HANDBAGS, KID GLOVES, SILK GUOVES. KAYSER AND AS-YOU LIKE-IT HOSIERY, in all wanted Winter Shades. SILVER BEAD FRINGE FUR TRIM MINGS, GOLD AND SILVER LACES, in all widths. John Meagher & C©„ Ltd MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, WEST WY ALONG W. 3RERETCAI M.P.S. ..Wishes to nM.lfy the Public of West Wyalong and District that he <Jo«* si! branches of DENTISTRY. MURRAY'S GLOBE LIVERY STABLES Rear Exchange Hotel HORSES & VEHICLES FOR ,jALE, HIRE, OR EXCHANGE W^-'ilng Parties Catered For The Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd. MR. T. A. SMITH having left the dastrlct, the above agency has been taken over by A. E. ELPHICK, Whose present address la Court St., Wen1...

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

a?"' <" HOTEL, PACIFIC MANLY Wf'I* <? •' . N.S.W. MANLY'S PREMIER HOTEL FACING PACIFIC OCEAN Suites with Bath. Hot and Cold Water in every Room Magnificent Ballroom. Golf Links Bowling Green. Tennis. Surf Bathing. Summer Tariff from 25/-' per day. .Children Half Rates. Special Tariff for period of one month or longer.' Telephone: Manly 829, 830, 831. r 9t miss - - - S6e -Exhibit" at the Royal Easter Show Stand No. 32 Suttor Avenue A Car for Everybody in Size, Speed,-, Performance and Price The way that Chrysler jsales keep climbing, always climbing, has tremendous significance for people considering the purchase of a new Motor Car. Everywhere you hear people praising the new Chrysler Models f'52," "62," "72," and Imperial "80" —delighting in their smartness, performance, and handling' ease, their readability, comfort and wealth of equipment; expressing their profound satisfac ' .tion with the continued leadership of Chrysler enginering and manufacturing. With f...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fallow and Crop Competition JUDGING THE FALLOW SECTION Mr. Clayton's Detailed Report [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

JUDGING THE FALLOW SECTION Mr. Clayton's Detailed Report Mr. A. Andrew, Secretary of the West Wyalong District P.A.H. and I.' Association, has received the following report from Mr, E. S. Clayton,"Senior experimentalist of the Department of Agriculture, who recently completed the, judging of the fallow section of the local competition:— Dear Sir,—I have much pleasure in submitting , my report on .your fallow competition. Seventeen entries were j received, but four were withdrawn, on account of Hood damage. "All the fal lows submitted this year were of a high standard. ■ Even those at''the bottom ol the list were good, while'those gain ing honors were 'of quite outstanding .merit. Great improvement has been gradually taking place in^tho tallow ing methods adopted in the distilct, and at the .-present time,:,practically every competitor^ knows. exactly what to strive for, knows perfectly just what condition^liis finished lallQw must be in to give the maximum ci;op. The re sult of ; th...

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

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Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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MOTORS AND MOTORING [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

Many motorists would, like ' tlioir I wind-screens to be set with only ,a small opening The trouble is that .sometimes sufficient pressure cannoi. bo. exerted on the thumb screws to tighten tho screen in the desired pos ition, so (hat it soon fall3 into a ver tical position again. The- glass can, be kept open by cutting a thin piece* of wood so that one ieclge is set at..an angle with its 'opposite vertical edge' to correspond with the desired angle, of tlie screen. A nick should be cut out of the bottom of this wood, to fit over tho lower pane of the: wind screen. That o'dge, cut at an .angle, will fit againsti the .upper-pane anil keep it, open the desired amount.''

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE "BIG FOUR" For Trade and Migration [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THE "BIG FOUR" For Trade and Migra tion ..V. Sir'Harry- -D.. McGowan, Iv.B.E.; Sir Hugo Hirst, Bart., Sir Ernest Clark, K.C.B., and Mr. Dougal Orm' Mal colm.. ■ : ' -" The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) speaking at the Iunclieon. extended him - by the Millions Club, announced those as ilie names of the "Big Four." . - ■ They will leave England for; Aus tralia in August and will- remain in this country until the end of Decem ber. - '.. Thoy are coming to the Common wealth to confer with the Federal a;id State Governments, with the Development and Migration Commis sion, and with the leaders of indus try and commerce in this country, on the development of Australian resources and on any matters of mutual economic interest to Great Britain and Australia which may tend to the promotion of trade be tween the two countries. Another matter to which they will pay special attention, is the increas ing of the settement of migrants in Australia.

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

A. W. STIDWILL General Commission Agent . UNGARIE Large Stocks of Super and Bunticide on Hand. A. W. STIDWILL Box 40 UNGARIE. Phone 15 Give Me a Trial- Satisfaction Guaranteed ymeepim&i, with the RADIOLA A 6 Valve Superheterodyne Broadcast Receiver. Housed in high grade Cabinet and c entirely complete with all accessories, including Araplion Loud Speaker » » £45 Terms—£9 Deposit and small monthly payments. The world's foremost engineers agree (hat the Super- ' heterodyne Principle"as. incorporated m 'the" Radiola is one of the greatest inventions ip broadcast receivers. A/special feature of the Radiola is that the. ultra-sensitive receiver unit is sealed in a compact metal catacomb or container which after assembly is filled with insulating * compound which permanently protects: the components from damage, interference or variation. :< Neither dust, nor damp can enter the catacomb. . '' The Radiola incorporates in a superlative degree all the '© essentials for eff...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THROTTLE POSITION [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THROTTLE POSITION It is impossible to make a correct, carburettor unless (lie "throttle closes tight; To make sure that the ttrottle closes; first move the control to clos ed position, then try carburettor throttle lever with fingers. IE it can then be closed further, make control rod adjustment to get complete clos ing from the lever. The carburettor is then ready for adjustment.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GOOD WAY OF CARRYING TOOLS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

A GOOD WAY OF CARRYING TOOLS The locker at the real- ot^a- single . seatev car usually presents an apy pearance of clioas, everything being, dropped ;in haphazard, so that when, for any reason ,it becomes necessary, to use the tools, one has to start from the top and remove everything until the desired implements are found. In order to provide accomodation for the tools in a place where Ihey will bo. found at once, a good plan is to screw a leather strap to the side of the body, so that it forms a scries or> loops, those being of various sizes to, lake the varidus tools comprising the kit. Accommodation can also'be found; in this way for the jack, pump, Lyre levers, .etc., which are apt to bounce and clatter on a rough road if they are fastened securely in some place,

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SIMPLE WIND SCREEN WIPER [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

A SIMPLE WIND SCREEN WIPER: For use in wot weather, a very ef ficient wind-screen wipdr can bo made by taking a piece of fairly large gauge, stiff steel wire, and bent!' il. into the form of an" elongated "U". One end should be bent over at righ: angles to form a handle, and the wire can bo covered with rubber tubing. This can be slipped over tliri wind screen and swept backwards and'for wards to remove rain drops. "

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

REMOVING OLD OIL In mq.nycases -difficulty is exper ienced in removing all traces of old oil from. the. gear box or back axle casing. ;Many, manufacturers consid er it - inadvisable: to clean out parts with kerosene, owing to (lie bad ef fect this liquid has on ball races. The usual thing is to-ctrive the car on the road-.-juntil the oil is thin, and then open • the - drain-plugs and 1st it run out. When-it: is not desired to .follow" this . course. Jprj.aRy reason, the tlio o;> can be^forecd , out with a .tyre pump. A piece. of wood -(should ba di illstl with suitable .holes, so that >1'- tan. be fastened over; the filling orifice, an£ Ihrough.tho. centre of this should be. passed un ordinary lyre- vaivq. A le.. strokes - with the pump will qiuuliV force .the oil out. ; ■.!iAs -. the -average '/traffic '.density, on 'the roads increases, BO does the not-J for rapid•; acceleration bctonw more i- and-more- pressing. With four-wheel brakes (and iervo motors with which to operate...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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COLD WATER FIRST [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

•COLD WATER FIRST - i \yhe.n washing one's: liands?-: after they nave become' thoroughly bogrim eil with dirt anil grease, andVhrespec tivo of",tlio kind of soap: to vbe. used/ it Is far,belter to coirimencoiwltji' cold Water.: Hot water.tends■: to. open /thcs., pores of ho sltln, permitting.tHo ■ dMi to enter them, and.iflialdngs It^stiU, more difficult to remove. Aftqr.(tl,i6 worst of the grime -lias ljcen'ijvashetf' off, and (ho liands Imvo been ^vell rln:/ KCrt, it. is time, to use water :asfhot as | bearable, with moro soap.-Somc;;mot-.': <■ ■ I orists reverse the procedure and tlien wonder why .tliey cannot get their hands clean. TO REDUCE WATER CIRCULATION During the.winter,"months many motorists : find that '/their engines, which avo. properly ..cooled for sum mer driving, are 'overcooled; for colli weather, in .many'cases the radiator .inlet pipe is connected to tlio i-nd lator itself: by a flanKO ; coupling. There is naturally ;,a packing piece between the. two ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A USEFUL DEVICE FOR ASSEMBLING SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

A USEFUL DEVICE FOR ASSEM« 5 BUNG SPRINGS ^ It is sometimes necessary to effect. ^ roadfeide repairs to car springs, and y difficulty is experienced; in assembling ^ ;sam<| without the aid of avyco. Here ^ is a useful way of overcoming^ the; y difficulty. Rest the springs, right-way I tip, on a couple of boxes, loosely bind" ► ing-tlie leaves with string so that ► the short ones 'will Call on the ground. ► On the .top place a couple of. wooden • blocks,- spaced about 15 inchos-apnrt, ► and on these again rost another fail-; • ly substantial baulk of>,timber, 'laying1 ' it longitudinally in line witii"^ tlie. ' spring itself. This last serves as, a. ' support for a sere^v jack.-RoiiiKl. tlio lot-pring, blocks of wood .and-Jack, wind a cycle chain; jolning^its ends in tlio. orthodox manner. l]hen by man Ipulattng the jack, one is .able lo:closo tlie spring tip and fit the ^central bplt.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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INCREASING THE LIFE OF BRAKE ROD CLEVISES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

INCREASING THE LIFE OF BRAKE ROD CLEVISES Some ca'rs,,.,arA.vSnbjp.et ,tp'^rather . rapid wear of the. .screwed-jaw ends • of the brake- rods, the said screwcd onds being designed so that ,by screw ing them) up on the. rod; 'adjustment: of the length of that same rod can be readily; affected..."Unfortunately after a time, the thread wears .out so that the rod will slide up and down inside the "jaw end, which becomes, therefore, to all intents and purposes practically useless, and it generally I appears that new end are the inevitable 'solution. One can avoid the expense which such renewal will entail how ever, by the following expedient: Re move the jaw ends and screw thenr on the outside (J inch Wliitworth, with a tapering thread). Then saw cut the boss of 'the jaw. In replacing • the rods, the nut on the outside of the jaw . Is first juststarted on its thread, in which position It squeezes the internal thread sufficiently to en sure its biting on the thread on the rod. The length ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIANT PASPALUM The Wonder Grass (To the Editor "Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

"GIANT PASPALUM Thie Wonder Grass (To. the Editor "Advocate") Sir,—This- is a perennial, heavy yielding variety, which does not yet appear to be generally known, in the' Commonwealth, and I feel certain that; it would prove ot incalculable beneilt to many districts with a light rainfall, where other kinds givs but a poor return, or avc ililOculr. 10 es tablish". It grows in tufts from Ave to six feet high, with large nutritious foliage, which all classes of stock eat readily, and gives a return of several tons per acre, arid if neces sary-it will-make good chaff. It ap pears to thrive well in any class of .^and',' 'dry or wet, but In dry climates' or in;; sandy soil, of which we have large areas, the yield will be greatly ["enhanced, as will also its drouglit-re I sistance .if'the plants are covered 'four or five inches deep in soil, which (the roots will penetrate deeply. In' ; habit of growth it resembles wheat I or sorghum. In wet or swampy coun try it grows to a great height, gi...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUCKS OVER Line Badly Damaged [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

TRUCKS OVER Line Badly Damaged A goods train became derailed two miles from Bribbaree, on the Stockin bingal to Forbes line on Monday. Eleven trucks were overturned and the line was torn up for nearly a quarter of a mile. All traffic has been suspended. A special line will be built around the smashed trucks, to enable the traffic to be resumed some time on Tuesday. The cause of the accident is at present unknown.

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

DUFFY BROS. AGENTS FOR MITCHELL & CO, S.J. Plows, Combines, Harrows, Dls Cultivators, Disc Plows, Big E Hal vester, Seed Grader, Bagshaw ChaJ cutters, Smith's Chaflcutters, Equal:* ing Yokes, Herders, Sawbencli^a Scarifiers, etc. Good Supply o£ Dup'i cates on hand. Bunge & Co., Wheat Buyers Sydney Fire Office, Insurance PHONE 12 TALLMBA HOTEL ,H. HITCHINS (late o£ Royal 'Hot West Wyaiongj wisnes to notify tae residents ol this and surroundinc districts that he has taken over the above Hotel, lately conducted by Mr* Barnett. By i strict attontlon to business ho hopes to receive the patronage «■£ old and new friends. Egga and Poultry bought in any > Quantity. •£« *1* *1' *1* 'I* v *1* 'I* 'I* '2' ^ 'I1 *1^ ri* lI"2"»; *1* v "V *1* *1* *!' *iJ *1* *I4 'I* '2* *!' *1* '21 "I" 'I* *Il 'I* ** ^ ❖ 4" t t Having made arrangements with a £ leading Syldney Manufacturer to make )|j Suits to my Specifications, by the ❖ TEAM SYSTEM, I can now offer a % * *£* .Well-made, accura...

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

FLEETNESS 5 to3S nslks per liotst-IOsecmidsj * MADE to meet Australian conditions, the stamina of the New Rugby Car is never so fully realised and. appre ciated as on the long run over difficult roads. ■ No other car at or near its price has the staying power .that' results from the employment of .the Red Seal Continental "L" head motor, full pressure lubrication and ther-1 mostatic control' of the cooling system. The flexibility of. this powerful motor—5 to 33 miles per ho.ur in ten seconds—coupled with accu racy "of control?."and .resilient springing give" the New Rugby Car a fieetness which can only be appreciated by driving it or riding 253 Cas£2ereag2a Street Tfee MEW Ml©® ; FOURS ♦ * * SIXES A CAR YOU'LL BE PROUD TO DRIVE © jf| INRioASSOC.] ("I Safety Whatever you lake during the day make the last drink " One Wolfe's Schnapps for vj' , your Health's Sake WjWy _ £1 J || ->—» QBhssing (o llixmantftf /PIONEER COACHBUILDERS ' NEW AND SECOND HAND SULKIES ON HAND Latest Dunlop Ru...

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RADIO IN THE HOME YOU HEAR IT ALL OVER THE AIR WRONG RADIO UNCLE WOMAN'S WARM PRAISE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

WRONG RADIO UNCLE WOMAN'S WARM PRAISE The announcers of the Australian broadcasting stations receive slioals of complimentary letters from enthusiast tic listeners, seme of whom .write in terms of -.extravagant praise. They] take those effusions with a grain of sail though it is always a pleasure to an announcer or. artist to learn that his..work, is appreciated—especially as he cannot see how his audience is re ceiving his efforts. ■ This? week among a bundle of ap ■preciatory- letters the Hello Man of station 2FC picked up one from a wo man at Hurlstorie Park. She went into , raptures about the radio uncles. They were just too wonderful, she declared, and she never missed hearing : them talk to the children every night. The Hello Man was beginning to feel quite proud of himself when the writer fin-' ished.up by saying that she enjoyed Uncle George most of all. Then he smiled ; every radio uncle knows that many of his admirers confuse him1 with;ihe other radio uncles. They all get ...

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