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POISONED [Attempt on City [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

POISONED (I - I [Attempt on City, ■Reports have been received n-om [Vienna oi a mysterious attempt to tho population of the city of Minsk by selling 300 casks of arsouic ised pickled cucumbers, says. the Warsaw correspondent to "The Daily Mall." Alroady In ono day; there ljave been 100 victims.

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

HUDSO Supreme In Performance Records They Have Made This Summer vrO'.' 4/9/27 ''1 SYDNEY to COVVRA j 204 miles in 4hr. I4min. Buckley and Cunningham in HUDSON •.,M 28/10/27 SYDNEY TO BGUUKE S12 miles in 12 hi . 15 inin. Lapham and Cooper in ESSEX -■ •v&aTv'v 21/11/27 MELBOURNE to SYDNEY S7S miles in nhr. 54imin. Buckley and Bartlett in HUDSON /C ESSEX only ; £255; 7/>/?8 r SYDNEY to MELBOURNE 575 miles in i»hr. 51mm. Buckley and Bartlett in ** HUDSON • 2-8/11/27 DARWIN to MELBOURNE 3440 miles in 6 days 4hr. 28 mina. Macitay and Wood in H ESSEX 25-30/1/28 FREMANTLE to SYDNEY '3100 miles in 4 days_23hr 5 min. Macitay and Wood in ~ " ESSEX 2/2/28 ADELAIDE to MELBOURNE S25 miles in tohr. 46mm. Bucklcy and Bartlett in HUDSON HUDSON only £465 BEAN TRUCES 25-30 Cwt. All British Bean Trucks will out-work and out-last all other.trucks in their class. Try them. CHASSIS £397/10/ PLATFORM £437/10/ TIPPER £477/10/- $ iB/llfilff & C® (ffP SYDNEY MIII1S, Leo! Beak. Champion .. -...

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

Right there IS Most Trac&n ON ANY . Balloon Tyre When we put' tKe NEW Goodyear Balloon Tyre on your car, you go somewhere. For "G o o d y e a r ' s Greatest Tyre" has the new-type All-Weather s Tread—the famous old A11 - W e a t h e r re designed and improved for low-pressure tyre traction. i ... .TRACTION is only part of the story of "Goodyear's Greatest Tyre." You.getsafely. - too; and long; slo'H) even tread weary quiet, smooth running; good lool?s and trouble-proof mileage.: , . Come In and let us show you this tyre! _ * LINDNER, . PHONE 67^ WEST WYALONG U7-7. Cement Home 3 ~p "S 3 .1 Ntfwe ^Address.. Fire Retardant — White Ant Proof durable and Costs Less than a weatherboard house ! LIMITED Means need not delay you building that new home you have been planning. By using "FIBROLITE" Asbestos Cement Sheets for Exterior and In terior Walls and Ceilings and "FIBROLITE" Slates for Roofing, you can build a home that will be far more attractive and durable than a weatherboard ...

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THE VALUE OF FALLOWING Wheat Growing Competitions Again Provide Proof [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

THE VALUE OF FAL LOWING Wheat Growing Com petitions Again Provide Proof "Tho production of yields up to 30 bushels per ucvo, ;ind an average yield of 31 bushels for all crops coni pWing, was only: made possible by. fallowing; In" fact, it is the general adoption of this method throughout I lie division that enabled the crops l.o hold out so well throughout the droughty period, and to take advan tage of the rains in. October and re turn a satisfactory harvest. This re Hult should emphasise that fallowr ing is the wheat grower's insurance against drought'! So writes the Chier Instructor of the Department of Agriculture in the course of his report as judge of tlic Championship Field -Wheat Competi tion in tho lliverina wheat area. In consequence of the dry summer, it is slated, a minimum of cultivation of thi» fallows sufficed; and provided the fallows were ploughed sufficient ly early, cultivated deeply early in spring, and given a shallow cultiva lion prior to sowing, good yields re ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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IMPROVING SMALL WOOL CLIPS Too Much Faulty Skirting and Classing [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

IMPROVING SMALL WOOL CLIPS Too Much Faulty Skirt ing and Classing ; Carelessness and faulty skirling itfiU classing of small elljis, are-too /prevalent .declarer ilie, sjiate slmep anil wool uxp jrc, .Mi. ft. a. J-.'ii.ott. l'U'om^lila-observation at the sales of iaie lie -, Is inclined ty the opinion that the active market and relatively high prices have, made small, growers even less oarelul in the get-up of tliuir wool this season. ' . : Tne irregularity of prices,1 too- has iii a measure, encouraged careless ness. Mr. lillioit quotes an instance of a line bright A comeback selling ut 28(1, and ui'o rougner grades 111 the same, lot at 2B;id, whereas mere was, iii his judgment,; a dilterence of ai ieast 3d. The prices too, were uu e.xpecteuiy iugii, as both lots were badly slurted. , "'ihe propel- skirting of- the ilecce and classing within reason, no mat ter how small the clip, he emphas ised, ; .would / always weil repay the grower under, normal market condi ,The ^Department of ...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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DEADLY PLANT Milkweed Kills Sheep 300 Found Dead [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

DEADLY PLANT Milkweed Kills Sheep 300 Found Dead Mr. T. Sanderson, of Ariah Park, suffered a 'severe., loss.'.-.when lie re moved 1000 sheep from one paddock to another. On the following day he found 300 of the ar.lmais dead, and many more in a sickened condition. ■Mr. F. II. Why to, stock' inspector of ine Pastures Protection board, is of opinion that tho sheep had eaten what is known as 'milk weed." The botanical name of the weed is "Euph orbia :Drummondi." Graziers .'are warned against allowing their sheep to eat tho weed at this time of tho year. ■,. •■■•■ .. ■.-• Another noxious weed, that has made its appearanco in the Darellan district :ia ' "devil's claw," uu aptly named pest. , .

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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PRESENTATION To Mrs. J. M. Berick [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 30 March 1928

PRESENTATION To Mrs. J. M. Berick On Monday last, at the Methodist   sale of gifts at Mallee Plains, the residents took the opportunity of   making a presentation to Mrs. J. M. Berick on the eve of her departure     from the locality to take up her res- idence in, West Wyalong.   After the Rev. W. H. Butler had paid a warm tribute to Mrs Berick's splendid work for the religious and social life of the locality for several years past, Mrs A. W. Clements pre-   sented Mrs Berick with a silver and glass casserole dish and case of stain- less knives. Evelyn Rettke presented Mrs Berick's two little sons each with a silver-mounted hair brush and comb, and little Heather Berick with a silver egg cup. Mr. Jas. MeFadyen, senr. respond- ed on behalf of Mrs Berick.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE At Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

•SPECIAL SHEEP. .; SALE At Cootamundra Dalgety and Company Ltd., Coota muiulra, report'-having held t their lirsI Special Slieep Sale, on. Thursday. Inst, "the-22ml ins.tant at the Municipal. Sale Yards. There was over' 16,000 ;slieep. yard ed, which was a'record-for Cootamuti dra : . ; .VV'-hV > •: ! .! . There was also a record number 01 buyers representing ■ .the.;: following tou'us—Albury, AVagga, ■< Goulburn, Forbes, Corowai'- Tocumwal, Young.. Yass, Harden, Wyalong and Victoria, as wel his large • cro>vds of local*-graz ieVs. ; ' . ..... Competition . rwas evry . keen and'' general, from the commencement or. the sale, and practically a total-'clear ances was made at auction at most satisfactory; prices. . -The quality of the yardiilg was above the average, and the sheep, taking .them right through, .were in1 excellent condition. Amongst tlio.i • principle sales : were: ' 1050 llomncy,- Marsh Ewes, 5 years off, Romney Marsh Rams joined 32/c (a beautiful line of...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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STUDEBAKER Smashes All Australian Records [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

STXJDEBAKER Smashes All Australian Records Using Nature's 'speedway at: Bake. Perkolilli W. A., on.March 15th, Mr.; Norman .(Wizard) Sm,ith driving a strictly stock model Studebaker Com mander Sport Roadster—voted by the public "The Most Popular Car" and crowned by Mr; Bert Hinlcler "King o£ Cars"-r-sliattered every Australian record for speed and endurance by travelling 1701,2D\-milesr.^n 24 (hours an average's speed, of 70iS .miles-per hour including all stops. Besides breaking the previous 2<i hour, ;record, Mr. Smith smashed all - intermediate records from- one hour to 24 hours and from 100 nnle3 -to 1700 miles.'A blinding dust-storm in terfered considerably with the speed and prevented the speedsters from bettering the American 24-liour stock car record of 76.6 m.p.h.i which' is also held by Studebaker. Despite the disability, the last fifty'mile's were run at the average speed of 78 m.p.li. and the Studebaker "finished the run in better conditions than when it start...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

' ° - FOR. GOOD FRIDAY;; A big supply of Fresh Fish, brawns, Lobsters, i Crabs, English Haddock, . N.Z Blue Coil, Smoked Fisli, B.ira couta, Oysters, etd.'/'dn Bale'-at , ACROPOLIS CAFE, •i . ' : . .(Next Post Office) > Orders taken from to-day. ' Leave yours, now to avoid disappointment. APPLES FOR SALE BIG,tAPPLES. Buy'direct from the Orchard. 4/ to 7/ bus.'f.o.r. rail, Wall -■ endbeen. CaBh with; order. 'Please add freight. t 1;.' -Jc'i . ■: . ,... I ' ( -■ •;V-i.,y.V ■.E;oJ. SELL, ''' ^ Wallendjieen,, \ ' TIVOLI THEATRE, west"'-; ' ■ _ WYALON.Q . ,■ ■ tuesdaySaprili ■' io • f l! • ■ ■ , , * Direct from India/:jthe .Incomparable Sloggetts 1 THE SLOGGETTS Present a MUSICAL'VAND; MAGICAL COMEDY In two_ separate sets1 The Laughing Show of the . Season. PRICES 3/3 & 2/2.^ ^/HILDREN* 1/ '• ' , WANTED . j. . r-J -GOOD iSHAREFARMEK' 'for.;-'pro perty -^'near Wyalbng!' 400.' acres, worked. Aptly ' '1 C. E. WALLDEI5£& GO. l | ■ . A '' ' SHOPS CLUING ^ ' ■ ~^rr ' ! Easte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 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 . . . . . . rluestone, 1%, 5 min.immersion Copper Carbonate, ,2o2i per bus. Vitrioline, -o;. per bushel.. ■■■■.. Field Germination ' 02.3 • 85.0 8-1.3 ■ ■' 89.S • Q2.S , % Bunt 10.5 0.0 O.'O 0.2 ■ 0.2 Treat your' seed wheat with Vitrioline Dry Pickling Powder, and reap clean, healthy crops. Vitrioline .overcomes-, all objection's." tb, wcf". 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 guararited to be non injurious to health. Use this fine adhesive powder, and compare results with wet pickling. PICKUNG POWDER Obtainable at your local store. Sole Agents for N.SAV.: keep, Mcph...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

® afti> SjJiSJZiS eM» Mia ■(■ -jy 'Lonci the lYofld tc ftfotor Cur Vchit 3 iy 24.Models—All Sixes The Nash Standard Six 4-Door Sedan Here is a sedan of dashing smartness, powered with a big 6-cylindev, /-bearing motor, cradled in super-springs of secret alloy—jet priced down to the 4-cylinder field! Before you buy any car, come and see tills model. And DRIVE it! Here is splendidly exemplified the VALUE for which Nash is famous. At its extremely reasonable price you secure motor car qualities for which you might well expect to pay a great deal. more. Come in to-day and DRIVE this remarkable car! * LOCAL DEALER WYALONG mm accounts ope® ; FIXED DEPOSITS ACCEPTED AlbvANCKS AND OVESSPArrS GB'.WTBO to Agricultural utrtd Pwi^torrtl PriiMS;-? S*i*osluaBr« otgiijr SAVINGS lANK DEPARTMENT PERSONAL, JOIN.', "i BUST AKD CHU-DKEN'S ACCOUNTS OPEN£» l¥rlta for booklets. 47. INTEREST \l £190 5±V." rs £1.000 ,C. R. WATTS,. MANAGER LOCAL B RANCH ' «..vCK: & STATION /GENTS, AUCTIONEEr?f: LA...

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THE HALF MOON DANCE (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

te^ i'laiif'.moon ' ,;dance -3^contributed). ' Amid Greenland's icy mountains. And Wyalong's muddy lanes. Whence ti'Y. to run a blooming dance It always goes arid rains. At eight o'clock the other niglit, We thought 'twould be a dud. When round the corner, all (lolled up Came a chap In a laundry tub. (The crowii ^tiirned up in the ' niclc of t time ' For a riigli't' of etrugrglo and prance, And strike'me pink, what d'yie think, It was a bonzer dance. '. Good, old .floiiar ambled along, To . lend a helping hand, When lie gpt- in the hall, he started . to .baw.l,,, Till you could, hardly hear the band. Mary 'dolled up her little lamb, In a pair of Oxford pants, A colored'teliirt and a Broadway tie, And brought him along to the tlanco We think the crowd had an enjoy able "time*, And we're grateful to that throng, For paddling along in rain and mud And helping the boys along.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

THE ROMANCE OF RUNNIBEDE (FEATURING EVA NOVAK) Big Austrian Production from Steele Iludd's Story, and HELL BENT FOR HEAVEJN Warner Bros. Classic of the Soyeep. With Patsy Ruth Miller and John Harron •! FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY Reserve Your Seat Now. ' PRELIMINARY NOTICE t CLEARING SALE : : : Thursday, 19th April i , AT "BALLARA," WEST WYALONG - PALFRAMAN, WOOD & CO., Auctioneers, will hold a Clearing Salo on account of Messrs Morris ifnil McLeod., ; I DETAILS IN LATER ISUBS. • i • r. L'' ■ <,

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

CRUMBS 0. E." Wallder and Go's list of auc tion sates Jfor the month of April ap pears in' tiie present is&iie. ■ •' # » 'The We'othalle monthly market, on account '(#' the salo falling on Good Friday,' will not be held. The next market will he held on Friday, 4tU May. Thb auctioneers are C. E. Wall der and Co. and J. 0. JVIcEorJe ' 1 * #' " #'rMl On Wednesday, 11th fApril, C. B. WaiiideV find Co., will hold a Bale, in the bankrupt estate of R. J. Sturgeon, of hdhses, farming plant, hay, nm oats, a*t "Wheatlands" MarBden Road (six miles from West Wyalong). For full particulars see advt. in this Issue. , * # » C"VVallder and Co., have a pre liminary notice In this issue o£ a clearing sale of horses, furnituro piant, etc. to be hold on Thursday 12th April, 15)23, on account R. H. Wh^e, Eitfgolla. Details will appear ,tjj..rioxt 'Issue. Cy,E. Wallder and Co. and H. C. Drydeji. will conduct their irtonthlr market at Ungarle'on Saturday, 7tli AprllV when-fat and store sheep, fa: ...

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LUTHERAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

LUTHERAN CHURCH .Easter Sunday, April S.—UngarJe Hall 2.30 p.iii. Sunday School after service. All welcome. Itov. P. G. Strelan, METI'ODIST CHURCH CJirral 11 a.m. . ' ! ; Hiawatha "3*piiri." ' ' A. V. Lamb. \Vesi. iVVyalong 7.30 p.m.

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EASTER TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

|||terv .tejntjsris tournament \ The -following are the proposed, events i fart the Easter holidays to be Rlayod ym-. ;tlie Recreation Orouails West ]$tyalpng: . ■ 1 Mens.-Slngle Handicap American: system, settled handicap, (each com petitor: to/;;play other players in the event respectively). 2 Ladies^^Singles Handicap, on sim ilar lines. Mens -Doubles Handicap on similar lines. 4 Ladies Double I-iandicap, on slm Iliarlines.i. ( ■' ,. It was proposed to charge an en trance fefe of inten 2/0 and ladles 2/" Tor each event, and the tournament 'open to all comers. • On tlie-motion of Messrs. Kaye and! Lee it!'Was decided that the abovo prograniWe be left in the hands of the General Committee foi: considera tion, thd entries for which were to close arid be left In the hands of the Secretry on Wednesday, 4th April. ^

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METHODIST CHURCH (Riverina Mission) SUNDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

METHODIST CHURCH';- -j.1"' (Riverina Mission) j J j ,r SUNDAY, APRIL "8. ' Eldorslie 11 a.m. - ,, f f. Ungarxo 3 p m. t Yalgogrin 7.30 p.m. .>1 " " Hev. W. J. Spencor. Four Corners 3: p.m. Mr.: A:' N..vIr vine. Conilobolin 11 a m. Koyuna 3 p.m. Lake Cargelligo 7.30 p.m. s Rov. S. PIpor. ^

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BARMEDMAN SHOW Ballot for Committee [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

BARMEDMAN SHOW Ballot for Committee The Secretary, Mr. S. S..Penbertliy, who wag appointed , returning officer, declared the result , ot the ballot as follows:—. • Maltland :. .;i... 37 • ' F. Jf^oore 87 H. OS'Nlxon .. .. 37 |^ G. H. Paine .'. .. .. 37 ((J B YAifel izabl\,er? ' 30 1 E. P. Ballard".. .. .. 38 ; . .M)iA.'HA<j)CHralnger.x.. ... 38 J.1 Kelly.r • • 38 • , .RullJ. jRIoore * iv . J. . 36 Ti. iSchubert .... .. 38 E. S, V. t Wost '. 38 ; ;.'R.i;N. Jasprlzza.. .. . . 35 • ,, W. A.,Maltland35" * G...McGruer ■,. .. ...... .-.35 P. N.'.'Sutcliffe.. ..: 34 ; H. Leach-»v. .. . . . . . . 34 , ; N/'fC. Heard' 34 A.. A. Groves .1:: '3'V •>., J G'. iM. CMrke 33 ••A'.;W. Naylor .. 33 , -A. R.-Lucock . v.. ... 1.. . 38. £>J[.* MS^Whitby 31 ' ,JR. D. Stafford :. .. 31 ■ L. Mclvor .. ........ SO • • » "!? Li'R;"Mc6lnty .'V v.-30 —-(Elected) ■ t ..Ti-'H. -Brooks1 •■.".wv.'-i fi>.. 25 ^ 1 -B l.R'i"Bowman 117. j ^.•••WVaj.iiCallaghanv^.:;-.• : : 14 t rt ■ ' ,v.r-V;•

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

PR ESBYJE R1 AN CHURCH Wednesday 8 p.m. Wyalong in Me thodist Church. SUNDAY, APRIL 8. : ■ Tallimba 11 a.m.* ' ' Buildigower 3 p.m. West Wyalong 7.30 p.m. ' , Rev. 13. R. Palmor.

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