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The Duke's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Tke Duke's Visit. The 'Tiroes' states that is has bpen Infinitely decided that tho Duke and Duchess of Cornwall unci Yoik will eave England for Australia in March u- the beginning of April, teaching Australia early in May. I3v I hut time, the article continues, his Royal Highncsswill.be full)' con v»le?cent. and will begin the voyage in yoorl health, which alone c:in make the prospect wholly pleasurable. The •'ong voyage wili probably prove the best of restoratives for the Duke's hea'th. In the speech . from the Throne a1 tliH opening of the Canadian Parli.t" ment at Ottawa, the hope was ex~ pressed that the vis-it of the Duke o' Cornwall and York would eventuates ind nssmsinces were given of a hearty welcome. The English newspapers are de lighted that t.he visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to Aus tralia has not b"en abandoned. Id is probable that after leaving Cmada their Roy a! Highnesses wili visit President M Kinley, Mr F. Green, of Uiiifarie Post Office, is to ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

•Progress Committee. The adjourn'd meeting of the West Wyalong Pi ogress Commit te» "whs held iit • CuMius's Hotel on Fiifl iy -iii<»!it- last. Present: Messrs. Helyar '(cliair), Dnncui, Punton, S mderi, Nlills, Gelling, Goggins, and Emmett (S detury ) . The oiitwaid-x- nnd inward corres .pnndenco was received on the motion of Mr. . Goggins;: seconded- by Mr. j Gelling. • ' The inward correspondence was as ; follows From Mr. Lvnoli, caretaker of Deeble's Tank. nsking tlie coopera tion of the Committee in securing n pump. ■ : ; , "Tionvilr, ITnlmnn, M.P., re the cross-street, staling that probibly something detinite would be done shortly. From 111" AVorlcs Department, stat ing tli'fc.. tlm ma'ter (if an ns-Lstnnt Uoul Supeiintcndont bad been settled some months ago—the appointment being considered unnecess u-y. Tht i'M were also several acknowledg ments of various letters sent to tlie D"P'>rt merits. With reference to Mr. Lvncli's letter, it was prnpns'd by Mr. Emmett a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

BlisIl Fires. Bush fires throughout the Victorian Stat1; have ravaged most districts worse ill ui ix tornado. Valuable pro perties have been swept nway and iit mi'rous families reudt-red homeless. L'lm 11 unes were swept along by a tmrific hunicane which carried everv thin^ before it.. A number of people wer': burnt to death, including tlirc-e it.lli; buys. Fully 1(1,000 sheep weie roasted, and their charred rem tins are vUih.'e in heips, and much other valu able.stool; a kI maciiin«rv, sheds, houses ■Irid o:itbui'diiigs hive disappeared. I'he lire which caused all t!«e »lum mil cotil'usion was live miles from IJuinii ton, and fumed by a strong north wind, swept innj -stio:illy along. Houses were thieatoned, sorii'*. burn', some charred, soma halt burnt, some as though tar-co ited. Byaluk, a f iir-siz^d township, a few miles further on, batvly exists. Li ;Lo vpr Byadnk thivu ~h ms-s aione /stand out. of the original 15, mothers > l 1111 f.uii ies are dependent on hospit ,-able ne...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

OFFICIAL DECLARATION. The Mnvor declared the official result of the poll at no>n on Monday. There wt-.ie only A few persons present, and no enthusiasm whatever occurred. The result was as follows : /! LDERMEHi F. Chudleigh 209 E. J. Pike ,t 193. J. L -jflbweS.'.;...,... 16t C H. Trivin. ,.. 154 L. McCorkdl 148. ■ The''- Returning-Officer declared Messrs. Chudleigh, LJike and Plo»ves elected as Aldermen: Mr. Neeld : Whose places do they fc-vUe? R'-turning-Officer : I cannot say. whose places they take. It says in the Act ihat they must draw lots, hut it does not say how it is to be done. . Auditors. W.E.,Bannister ...... 167 ciuis. McM'aliau 95 W. Uri«ton 90 J. A. Hodge.,.;. SO Messrs. Bannister and McMahon wein declared elected. The Returning Officer llipn con gratulated tlin successful candidates on tln'ir election. Mr. iSTt'eld : How do the Aldermpn take their seats 1 Returning-Officer : lb is impossible for me to Say. Mr. ISeld: Have any of the Al dermen resigiv'il .yet 1 R-'t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Election. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Municipal Election. POLLINU .DAY. S-iturrl'iy las' was a day of intense excitement nt Wyalnng — heing tmlling dav in conn'ction wiili the Municipal e ection. Five calls \wre.run through «uit i ho duv, mid vi>itors were con stant Iriivellin^ to and fro n the Won1. Si,'Ms, sucih as " H iw to Vote," •' Fioi-tl'im v. Slavery !''''Hi, wimh in gre it prominence," After 7 p m. the town' b ire qmli' the aspect oF Geotg" street, S. i1i;hv.— -gvouus of people anxiously walking tin; sheets, and o'h-is llni pros, and cons. at. the street coiners; all waiting to hem the Ret urning Ollirer declare the pol'. It was nearly 9 oVock before this exciting'event took place —in the pre-iencn of some f)00 pei>ons. The re.-iulc was received with loud cheers, and.' Some were weary, j. . Some were >;la'l ; Oiliers were dreary, , " And many were sad ! Shortly after the declaration about 250 persons: assenibk'd ih front ';,of (Jhilduhrand's Hotel, and Messrs. Pike «ind Clmdloigh lu-i.tHy thanked the r...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Wyalong Advocate, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

the p: Advocate, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1901. So Jar, the municipal election excite ment is over at W3*11 long, ViFtt-i- u tin mei'ilotis' battle l>ad: breit; / fonglttr Jjiu ing tin; past week the political »if /was highly charged with _ a kind 0. eh Crie d tlxsbn 1 biini-o, one' which Mr Wraggo would probably term ' Munici pnl.' Jt 'rumbled and 'blew, mid'whirled ;as only a very much mixed Municipal stomv.could surge, until it wns finally blown o\it nt. the _ hullo.! box, t he result proving'that Messrs.' GMindleigli, -Pik.o, and Plowes had 'survived- tin: ordeal mid are now ehu^ed by tlie rut cpucrs .to well and truly carry out the Munici p>l government. of the'W.valong^Mtr ntjipality. >11"viewing the hist 'ry of the Municipality £jom the printed speeches of tin: Mayor and Aldermen, it is .plain, thai.mi utter s.tate'ofvch;ios has existed since. the formiil'.ion of the Municipality'; worlc .of any kind being done—the wliol" t»;elvn months licing takon tip by: argument and c...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Wedding- ' ; IIOI^rA^—KTUQELr, —Inn 22nd, 1901, f at thci A iik|ralian Church, • Sydney, •tl«n- -Kev. Gonnrn Wi.hern, William' Ar 11»!ir tioluuin, it.P., oldest son of William iloluinn, of UiuU'rH\>(id-stro"t, faddimjr ■ 'ion; to Adu Airostrt, old'o?t surviving (IaiitrlittT of 13 .Kiilj>sl!. of Annimtlal« FiVoi't., Anuantfiilo. Londjn papoi'S ploasti copy.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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DROWNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

DROWNING. NATALITY. A. school boy named Arthur Gun nitijihain, ag«d 12 years, while -return ing lioino with others from school nonr Pyniblc, went for a -awira in a wafer hole. Hh ■ wns seized with cramps, sanlc, and was (irawnotl.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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OPEN COLUMN. THE P. A. H. & I. ASSOCIATION. [To the Editor of the ADVOCATE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

'OPEN COLUMN". THE P. A. ii. & I. ASSOCIATION. [To tlx; Editor of tlie Advocati!.] Demi Sin.—I will esteem it a favor if you will kindly insurt this letter iw yoiir vriliiftlilo.pupcf. . \ Hiiviiig ii'-keil th<? Spcrptnry. of tlie W-yji|ons{ -District;P. A. fl; & I. Associ ation not to placn my. name-on tho liallohpipers for I ho coming election, I was ;nu Iter surprised 'iipon receiving my 1 m 11lit p-ipei' to find iiiv muni" hull niion left on. Upon spvukinif to tlie Secretary, lio informed mo that niv application wan received too la'o. I wish the subscribers to distinctly understand that it is not my intpn'ion lo accept niiv position tin tho Com mittee if elected — then-fore, I nsk (Item not to cist tlioir vo'os in my £'ivor, as I decline to act for certain reasons. "I>fin» the primo mover in iho formation of .the association, I will always liavo tlio interests of the society at heart. I trust a u'ood work ing Committee will he elected litis year as ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

•GENERAL BUSINESS'. Business in Sydney was quiet in the, investment stock yesterday. There is very little change in iriiningiprices.

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Kate Howarde Dramatic Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Kate Howard© Dram atic Co. Tliis popular cn.iipiiny nro adver tised to j>lay at West Wvalong in the OVJilfellows' I[all, 011 Friday, Sat.ur flay,. Monday and Tuesday nights tiext. Tbo company return to Wya long still burning the good reputation iliat lliey lefr-behind them 'on their last visit liere, and they are sure .to. be greeted with; " buiiipiir houses"—at least we hope so. The .piect-s tli^y intend io staire durini their seis in her<* are. up-to date, re ilistiiyaud most laughable. In pot-using th« various castes we notice few of the old favor ites with tiie company, but tlio addi tions that have bei*n made are quite equal to those whose positions they nr« (illing. We noticed tlr; names of "Jark" MaGowau and Miss Amy Sherwood— two very popular additions —aiid Sir. W. Newton-Carroll ; of the.se Lliroe we have a personal' know ledge, nnd can_vouch for them being tlio'ioiigh artists; MUs Siierwood a id Mr. .MoGownn not long since were out with it company of fciieir...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

W.ar News. The Rev. Mr.- Duplessis, tho pastor f the Dutch Reformed Church of Lindley, Orange Rivi-r Colonp, inj. plol'es the C ipe Dutch clergy to ' cq^sq blowing the fire of destruction.' The iev. g, ntleman declares that .'under the in influence of dejpairjand tanujj. ciiinity.'. ' " G mar 1 Sir Red vers Duller, criticis ing the conduct of the wnr,^says,.gen erally speaking, the. puboAtlitiRte com maud rs lacked ini'iative and inde pendence of action, while the rank ahd tile, lacked independent intelligent act inn. The railway has been cut at a dig. t'ince of 33 miles from Lourenco Mar ques. The correspondent of . the 'Daily Mail' states that the Portuguese stc tion of the mil way (from Delagoa Bay to Kootnati Po«.rt)isin Bri-ish hands, and that is is nnvv possible to utilise it to convey reinforcements from tha sen to. the Trans vaal. _ A ; party -of 200.British troops, by zigzagging. about the country for several days-and nights, outwitted the lioi.rs, and expend them from Petr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

BROKEN IIILL WATER SUPPLY At n meeting hold nt Broken Hiil yesterday, it whs decided to urgo upon the Government tha necessity for tho immediate construction of a porman wit water supply.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Public Works Committee. WYALONG TO HILLSTON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Public Works Com mittee. WYALONG TO IITLLSTON BA1L : • WAY. TIiq- expediency of constructing n —Line of rail way from W yalong to Hills ton w is ■ further considered by the •tPuljiic Works Committe on Wedi.es rd i.v. •" Mr. J. Harper, chief traffic manager, submit-ed a report on the proposed line, which runs a distance of 109 miles. 41 chain n, ut -an estimated cost of .£'308,075, equal to £2812 per mile. Thi' proposed line had been very can - fuly considered- with a view to esti ■ nia'i"g the traffic possibi ities. It passed chiefly through Crown lands, .undercultivation, although the ]an;e raren wis not so suitable for cultivation, as thut on the' parallel line from Te tirori to Gunliar.' With the exception of Yalgoyrin, which is a small .mining centre,'22 mites from Wyalong, con taining a popula'iou of 200 people and 450 acres' of cultivation, there was praetica !j' no intermediate settlement-, until the Hillston district was reached, lii the Hillston district there were 164 fann...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

Temora Items. Thursday was the hottest "day"'tins' summer experienced locally thn-mer cury <>oiii<r up as high as 104 to'112' in tho shade according' to "the 'the'r*/ mpmeters kept iu different business placos. . At an early hour on Friday morn ing a stuck of hay, lying in a paddock about 1£ miles • from Temora, ■ was l'tirjit to ^tlie 1 lit!"stick wh# the property of Mr. E. Selems, nnd, contained; about 50 tons. How thq firo_ originated is not known," bat' w© '• learri that Mr. Selems aninsuranco on tlie hay. T'io:pld popular favorite in .Temora, Kate Howard, will ptu,y-heroT 'during-, racn.week. The company h in atronaj' organisation, and her , reportoire. ib cliKlea;.the following t—"Dr. Bill,1' "Charley's Aunr," The :-Christi-tp,''. "A §on of Mars^'.etc. The comparer play at Wyalong West on Feb. i'fjj 18, and 13. A fatality occurred on Thurtday. afternoon at Upper Temora. ' An ola identity named J. Price a mine^, " wtftj. following his vocation in ono of...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 13 February 1901

ODDFELLOWS' HALL, WEST WYAL'ONG, i——NIGHTS - ONLY- ^ "x Commmeneing ™ FRIDAY MEX P, FEB 15 —RETURN OP THE POPULAR— K A.TE HO WAR.DE COMEDY & DRAMATIC CO-, In the Latest Lnndon Successes. REPORTOIRE : — FRIDAY NIGHT DR. BILL. Saturday Night •. Charley's Aunt. Monday Night • • Uncle Tom's Cabir. Tuesday Night • • • • • - Outlaw Kelly "TIIE KELLY GANG." New scfinpry f<u each production. All" fch»* latest si>n«s will lie introduced O'icIi fvpniii#. R-WPrvnd seitsaf Mr." Emmeti's. Popul ir Prices, 3/-, 2/-, 1/ TTarry Craig, Business Mina<*or. Ernie S. Duncan, Representative.' Municipal District of Wyaiong. ANNUAL ELECTION OP ALDERMEN AND AUDITORS. THE following. Candidates were Elected ut the Election, held on the 9th February, instant. As Aldermen— Frederick Chud'eigh. Edward James Pike. James Laclilun Plowea. As Aoditoks — Willium Edwin Bintiiuteir. Ciiai-li-H McAlahon JEREMIAH MORI ARTY, Mayni*, - Retu rnins-OfRoer. Wy along and District Hospital TENDE...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 February 1901

Divine Services. Church of Enflland., 'All SaintR'. 'w"v- o, T! iioly Communion, Rev G W-.Bett&o. V aO:p m, Mr 4 Chnnnnn Ft t> ■■■j, 7 30 p in, Uov Q VV Untthn Fub '24, . 11 ii in. Kev (J W Kattoii, 1 30 p tn, Mr J Chdnnun

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 February 1901

• PftOtHOAL." Ma M;i—Woods'ock — Minnie j; Ha, the Quf>eus;aitd mare who d-'s-, {; tinguished herself at tin; rec-nt War- I «iok Fiinn meeting bv winning a t ci uihli?, died 1 ist week at Rosehill jrom, I i; fl.ienz i. At the Y.A.T.O. meeting List Satur day, I. Scobie's stable a«emitter] for. the Alma Stales ftncl Oakb-igh Purse «ith Maucvillifis and United States ! The New Zealand ..horses Advance i" and Boreas are expected .to arrive in '< -■ydney oti Fi-i day;.- they we;-,- shipped j I' Sa'tii-ii-iv. They will jro on. to i iM»-Mk)!ii-uo by train, affccr a couple of j days' rest. : Tin; New South Wale? representa- f lives at ih'fe Au'-lr il ,sian championship < ra-tinv in Melbourne lust we<;ItK I ' Dick 7 Ca -ill ■ and ' Bub ' Crai^' ie,i I turned to Sydnev on Tuesday. Cavil', j' the winner .<>£ »11 five sjvvjitn»i|i«j chain. i pionships, feels certnin tha' if lie luuj . competed in the plnn»e — which went i to Uunii, of Victoria— ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cootamundra Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 February 1901

Cootamimdra Bares. Following iirc -the resu't's'Jn£. tin; above i ai!»s, v\ hieh camu oil' at Coota niuiidi'i on Wednesday l ist :■— F.yiug Handicap,, of 30 sovs.—6 fur. Mem.hie, 8«t 8ll> ; 1 Ciii'i-iLwanir,. 6st 7Hi . .. . ; 2. ■ G zolli-, 7s'. *i; h 3 • Other starters : Golddn.st, C.trnlinp, Smoked rift';" Reviler, Soiii, Patch; Betting : 2 to li-a^ainst: M'errlillie, 3 tn 1 Go ddust awl mokednft, 5 to l .R«\il'>r, G to 1 Ciiro ine: mid Sodi, 8 tlj 1 C>! lll'I'Sj Golildusr.' and Carolino were first away.'and led io tins turn attended by • G- zflle'^MMl '-Mwrrallin,- .Gazelle and 'In* othfcis" running \yide at tlie'turn, Del mey shot the-fa-vor-ite up t>n the inside, and won uy two lengths. Time, 1 m 1 Si-us. . Welter .Ft imfic'p, of i20sovs.—? fir'. - Peii.it, 10.o 1 * Pi. bi-ui d, 9stT21h .......... 2 D innmv, Sst 3 l> .......... 3 Other ;st.arters : Ossnry, Du'nawav, Antoni i, - Wag, Sun Bonnet, Hanoa, Nine.'een -Hui.dri'd, Barmaid, Vado. 'Si-i.ler, Curlew, Nautul...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Ciclying. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 16 February 1901

Ciclying. W. Martin's riding this season is nothing short, of phenomenal, and there is not the slightest doubt that he is lirad mid slit u'ders over anv other man in Ams-ra'asifi at th« p-es>-nt time Tlii' A m-r can's winnings for this sei son, so f r, amount to. considerably over £1000, mid never before in the lii.-v'u-y ok' Australian c\ cling has any rider won so large an amount in a single. season. And th•• sca-o i is nor mary over yet, for oyer £400 is to he given for ill'- day and night meeting which open >11 Saturday af'eriiom, ami at Ad 'laiile next rnontli £700 is to be given fur six days' racing. Then there are innumerable V ctorjan meetings to lie In I I. so ill it, if Martin retains hi* niescnt wonderful form to .the end of the season, he should win.over .£1500 for the season's lacing. As tin- season "advances Mai tin improves. and one would not lie fur wont; in claKsiu<_' .him as t-lie. g'eitest idl-iMund rider in tin- world.; M'>st. racing men shine...

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