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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wyalong Parish [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wyalong Parish Wednesday, vApHl <1: All Saints-; 7.30 p.m. Evensong. ; GOOD FRIDAY All Saints 7.30 a.m. Ante-Com niunion; 7.30 p.m. Evensong. . EASTER DAY. /Ill Saints 7.30 a.m.. II.C.; 7.30 p.m. Evensong. ' Ungarie 11 a.m. H.C. Rcv|. X-I. T. Gengo.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUDGET SPEECH Deficit Expected (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

Deficit Expected i'^xitihr —-mim (BY WiUD) , Sydney, Monday Evening ■■••TheyState Budget speech, which Js, now being'pieparul by the Assistant State ^Treasurer, is expected to show" >'a dcficiL of £500,000.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyalong Parish HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND West Wyaiong Parish • I-IOLY WEEK AND EASTER "SERVICES •Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday in Holy Week, and Maundy Thursday, each day us follows:—7 a.m. Holy Communion, 7.30 p.m. Evensong and Address. • ' GOOD| FRIDAY. .7.30 , a.m.. Litany and Ante-Com muhion.' 1*0 a.m. Children's .service. 12—3 f.M.) Three Hours' Service. . 7.30 'p.m. 'Evenong, Sermon and "Story of the Cross." '• EASTER EVEN ■ 7.30 a.m. Ante-Communion. i 7.30-p.m. EvenBong and Address EASTER DAY. 6 am. and 7 a.m. II.C. West Wya long. 9.30 a.m. II.C. Mildil. 11 a.m. II.C. Mr. Wriglit'3 . 7.30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon, West Wyalong. W. J. Conran, Rector.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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THE "IRON CHIEF" Grounded on Reef (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

THE "IRON CHIEF" Grounded on Reef . ! (BY WIRE) Sydney,'Monday: Evening i The steamer Iron; -Chief . Bi'ovuideil: |-on a reef oiii lho'Nbi'Ui'Coast. . :^ - Subsoquontly-ib slipped off;into ;deep., water and drifted three miles. ; The vessel" liasvnow.. 14ft • of watei in her holds and engine"room. The orew vspent ^nvanxious: night, They will probably; /be > transhipped to day to a pilot boat ?nd brought to Harrington: The vessel • is:-:JnVauprooar^quj.;posi-, Lion.

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ROYAL EASTER SHOW An Interesting Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

MOYa^ EASTER SHOW ■» iln Interesting Exhibit • How an artistic,, durable and live .^votarUont>..ilwoUln-g.icontaIn}ng-ia;largo Hving-room, ^entrance.-.porch;-..-. -.three large bedrooms,' kllchou,- bai.uroom, and front unci back verandahs, can bo built at a cost o£ £025 is; demonstrat ed in a practical way ; bythe-llough PibrolilG Asbestos Cement . Bungalow oxhlbitcd by Messrs Jamas'Harilie 1 Coy., Ltd., of York -and : Barrack-. Sts.,\ Sydney, at this year's Royal Easter Show. Tho total, erected- cost .; of; this modern home, it Is claimed,-: showed an actual saving .of, 15 per cent as compared with the cost. oT'Ji- weJithci board house, 'or_ 27 per cent, as com pared with tlio cost of a :briclc" house, built to the>same::size and;,design. • I ARTISTIC APPEARANCE The design of this Fibiolltc Bun »galow:la .most7artistic.:; Its exterior "walls are covered with .Fibrollto As bestos Cement Sheets which are i roughcast and' painted a■„ liglit cream. The charming appearance: secure...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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NEW TRIAL Order by Full Court (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

NEW TRIAL ■ ; :■ j —j Order by Full Court (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening The Full Court has ordered a new' trial in the appeal of Silas Young Mating against the verdict of the Jury which awarded him a farthing dam ages in his libel action against the proprietor of the "Sunday; News."

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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HOSPITAL RACES POOR ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

HOSPITAL. RACES POOR ATTENDANCE The Wyalong Hospital Pionie Race Club hold their initial meeting on tlio West Wyalong racecoursc oil Eiatur-: day afternoon. The meeting, whieli was originally set down for Wednes day last had to bo postponed owing to the heavy rain in the early part of the week. As was only to be ex pected the postponement was respon sible for a big faljhng off in uttand ance, as compared \\ ltli meetings held on the half-holiday.--However, those who attended'were able t'6'witness a first class' afternoon's'racing. The ofll cials had everything'-running- smooth ly and their• eiTort3 \vere*do3orving of better financial .'results. Fields were good and' thp trade >vas in great or-i der. Results:— ? i 1 J ? PROBATIONERS' MAIDEN IIANDI-1 CAP, 4 Fur. / _ 1 M. J. Robinson's Uteaia 9 5 , (Jones) .. '.i-.' 1 G. Mm ray's, Bill o' Clear (Mur-1 , lay) . .. 2 L. Butler's Aurokoetii-.O.B^ (Hands-;W3 ley) .1.. .-. '3 The Lizard 9.0. • (For'den) :: algo, started. Betting: Evens U...

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

STOCK MARKET |: I —> !i The New Soutli Wales Co-operativoj Wooi and Grazing Co. wired us yea-i terday that the sheep market is 1/j to 2/ dearer. Cows are cheaper,! others firm. . . 1

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

GRAND BALL The second Annual Ball will be lielil | held in tlie Calleen Ilall on TUESDAY, 8th MAY, 1928 'Splendid Carved Supper Good Floor. Gloomchasers Orchestra. PRICES LATER A. J. .ABBOTT, Sec. E. T. CLARKE, Treas.

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FIFTY KILLED By Earthquake (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

FIFTY ■' KipLED By Earthquake (B)T WIRE) ■Sydney, Monday Evening. ••••'••••A:-' .Constantinople message states that- an earthquake in the Smyrna 'district resulted in groat loss of-'Iife. ■Manypeople were injured," and ■ 50 persons were killed. < ■■■:•

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AUCTIONEER FINED £200! Neglected to Renew License [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

AUCTIONEER FINED ' "£200! p.; Neglected to E:tiew • License A, case of unusual. interest to auctlon . cers was deaty - with, by, the Narran dexja bench. Clarence A.-' Moon way fined £200 tac, having x?Dld..goodsvby I auction without holding, an-auction eer's license..■ . •. p . ?.lr. Beard, who appeared; for i defendant, . Bald that. Moon had held i license for nine years, hut owing to an alteration of the Act, which hitherto provided for holding, a spec ial court in November , for granting og licensee,- he had neglectcd to re-,; new it;' Moon: had actually brough: about the prosecution by inquiring' ■when his lice£se should .be reneweil. ' ' Mr. Parker. P. :M., said he.iiad'no option but to fine defendant' £200',' fj'ut lie would recommend thq Minister of Justice to' remit part of th.o' fine. He added that in.Jiis 80 years', experience this was the first.case of tlie'klnd h;' had heard of;. j : ... ■ , DON'T forget'C.W.A. • Dance'at U'al liiatia MONDAY,: 2nd APIUL,- '

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THEATRE INCIDENT Flames Subdued (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

THEATRE INCIDENT Flames Subdued (BY WIRE) ' . Sydney, Monday Evening; A 'quantity of bagging, saturated I .with petrol, was thrown through one I of the* . side : windows of the Marina '-Picture Theatre at vMascot on Satur 'day night., Fortunately it did not come, in con-, "■.'tact: with ^any of tlie audience: - The flames, were quickly\ subdued.

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

G. P. Evans & Englert ATTORNEYS, SOLICITOUS, AND PROCTORS MAIN ST., WEST WYALONG G. P. EVANS Commissioner for Affidavits for W.S.W., "Vie.; S.A;-,'.;'and'i^BsmanJa;^:«'» II. J. ENGLERT Telephone No. 28. n E. MACKENZIE SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, PROCTOR "v * '' J, • MAIN 'STREET , i .WEST WYALONG ; i — R. BRUCE BLQORE Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor MAIN STREET, WEST WYALONG • /' Tel. No. 74 ;w. j. macdonald; ■ Dental Surgeon MENTOR CHAMBERS'"-'' (Opposite Sourteii's) MAIN STREET; WEST, WYALONG M jf . ' t ' , ^ > J P. PLACKETT : .DENTAL SURGEON '•Opposite Ban!: N.S;W. CHURCH ST.; WEST \WYALONG J. STUART WILLIAMS * •I t" 1 • u%i~ i ARCHITECT MAIN ST.. WEST WYALONG (Registered by the Board of Archi.: tocts of N.S.W.) \ Henry Helm an, M.I. A. CERTIFICATED ARCHITECT/ Experts in Modern Building Design; Sewerage and Hot Water Installa tions. Mentor Chambers, West Wyalong . Phone 24. , Box 11'' ; J. O. Anderson, Representative, C, E. WALLDER & CO. Land Salesmen Stock & ...

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY Man Arrested (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

Man Arrested (BY WIRE) ■ Sydney, Monday Evening, ' A man .hold "up a youth on Uie AVodonga, bridge, :in thcv Albury dis Hricti%\y^stoi^y;«and-:j^nlng--,,-posses*:-. ! sion ■ of his horse,'si-ode; into .the town.•> ship ot Balldale, firing at his pur suers. ' j i . The manvwas' aiTestecl-by Constable:] Ryan.v He nitonnedv^thc::ovricer:: l.lwt. he intended to clean up' the', whole town oC',i3allda'le""and then .make his escape into ■the^hills;<across; th'e-:Mur-: ray Hiver. He was charged ^ith" highway rob bery. - '' ? - Iie' had*1000,»rounds: of ammunitioni and ran¥autoin&tlc5 reyol ve'r'in, his-.pos-, i session;" ; '' '

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HINKLER AT PERTH Cheque for £250 (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

; AT PERTH Cheque for £250 . - - . H (BY V/IRE) ■ v Sydney/ Monilay Evening | Twenty thousand people ^yolcomcd i Hinlcler 6n ;hls. arrival at Pe tl ■ He received a cheque tor £2 0

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REST HOME FOR MOTHERS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

REST HOME FOE ' . MOTHERS , The Daly/ood RestjjHomo lor Mo thers at Balgowlali is now open for a holiday home foi< tired mothers. This home has been given ;,to the food for babies fund by Mr.| A. E. Dalwood. Guests are 1 entitled .to a fortnight's free hospitality, - and ; full particulars may be obtained fropr* the Hon. Sec retary, (Mrs. Stanley!; Patrick) Food for Babies Fund, 21 IMacquarie Place, Sydney. j :! !i . Children will .,siso ;be taken for a holiday eveii without their mother. Boys must be under six years of age, : and girls under 12. No one suffering ; from an infectious disease will be admitted to; the home. r The Hon. Secretary would also be, % glad to receive any donation ot clear.! clothes, toys for the children, or books, sheets, blankets, or .anything that is useful in a home.

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BISHOP OF BATHURST Dean Crotty Consecrafted [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

BISHOP Of URST , JQaan v&rotty.; •• Conse« -.-Iw ^>j''r.,.€Zftted, J.-: v 7,'/ ,.Jnh": u' " , , '• I,:" ■ ; i-':' ohu tun •»'. j {j ; ' Witli 'alt! iMJ'1 impressive solemnity * of: the ritual1 ^hlpli jfllw .Church of 'England reseWeSf for jjpich occasions, < Dean Crotty, of'1&je\vciistle, was con secrated as Bishoy.ofjBatliurst at St. Andrew's Cathedral Ji on Monday 1 'morning. '■ r 'I . . ! ' Two archbishop^ arid nine bishops < assisted in the servjlje. Tlisy were ' the Archbishops o£ Sidney and lint,- ' bane. tlio Bialiop-elect oE Newcabtla ' ! (Dr! Long), the Bishops of Armitlale, ' Goulburn, Gippslarid, "Tanganyika, Co .adjutor-Bishops d'Arcy Irvine (Syd ney) and' Wilde (Bathurst).

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COMPULSORY POOL Discussed at F.S.A. Council Views of Delegates [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

COMPULSORY POOL Discussed at F.S.A. ■i- ^ Council i>'i" ' ' . . pHViews of. Delegates ^ AJ the District Council meeting of illife 'F.-Jand S. Association, held vin! Wegt Wyaiong on Thursday, Mr. V. L. Connellan (Caroon branch) ;-moved the following motion:— "That this branch favors a •,compul sory wheat pool flnancel by the Fed eral Government. Spealclng 'to the motion, Mr. Con nellan salii a voluntary wheat pool had proved a'failure. He had flgures in his possession, prepared by Messrs Watson and Nott, at the last Bathurst Conference, showing the cost; of a bushel , of wheat landed at the silo^. I'herQ-- were man in .the room that day? ~who coilici -' not sell their -wheat. He was sorry his sec onder, Mr.--Henley, was abaor.t that day. The latter, who was prepared to support his motion, had had In deal of experience in wheat? growing in -South Australia. :-r ! • '' Mr. A. B. Greliman , (Wyalorig branch) seconded the mo' ion.'- It was 'absolutely necessary that a -compul sory poo...

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

. TRACTOR DEMON STRATION ■ Seldom lias more interest been- evia] • ced: in a. demonstration an, explana-i ^tion ot the mechanism of a .-tractor* as -.on- Wednesday. afternoon .vilastj when* a / "John: Deere" : ■ 15/27 li .p. ..'lutacliina' was put* through a '.thorough1 'teSjtion. Mr. I-i;. ICarston's farm at ^eethall'e ; in- the presence "of quiio avi'nufiiber :of local and district farm 'ers.' l!pn; acres were turned over in; cpnjunction with a twelve disc drill, •Jhe: fuel used on completion showing aji'excellent low• consumption. A ver dict ;of: great satisfaction was given •by those farmers who liad the pleas ure of handling it. Mr. Hanson, the representative of T. Robinson & Co. with his mechanic Mr A. Reynolds previously laid great claims for it as "the goods", and to show what re serve power the tractor was capablo of, hitched a five furrow plow on to the baclc of the disc implement, the three machines cutting through tlio soil together in clockwork style and endorsi...

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FINE CAR Arrives in West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

FINE GAR Arrives in West Wyalong ■ .-(.j'Sm .•v-ji,.'. On Saturday • Messrs >H., W. Brow;v & Co., garage proprietors, We.st Wya long, delivered to Mr. Athol gander-^ son' (Gloomcliasers' Orchestra) a,.1928 model OldsmobHe- Sedan. ' """1" i This is the first 1928 model Olds mobile sedan to be delivered in the West VVyalong district T '»•'

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