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THE SLOGGETTS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
THE . SLOGGETTS The Sloggetts will appear at tno Tivoll Theatre, West Wyalong,, on Tuesday night, 10th April. They hail from India, and judging by press re-, ports they provide a really good en tertainment. There is plenty or com edy and good music/ with some splen did' 'effects':all new to Australia. The Frolics - Jazz Band, : and the Three Imps: Comedians are features of thisi unique combination. • " .
THE ROMANCE OF RUNNIBEDE BIG AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
THE -ROMANCE OF llfMlji&IBEDE ' BIG, AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL -v i •.-Bireqtfrom vthoTGrystal Palace Syd noy(i;tJie:;gcrecn|adaptation of Steele IVuftd's i storjr,Va|ilirillin'g.J:roihance' of .tw.o :rnon.'antl-: a!]l5eautif'ul Voni'an, set amidst the majestic splendoui oC ^Australia's Jgreafc!out back. A spectacu i*lar;back-ground^* tog dash oil action, rpardance; .viljiariy, touches of humour, excellent acting; superb photography, see';the*'gripping-fight wil.li the abor igimes'.a fight in.wliich the love cou tost'. between - two mutually jealous, ; cleaivheartod Australians finds 4ts llirilling solution in .death of one of them-in saving the heroine from dang er.-Featuring Eva Novak, and an other big feature "Ilell I3ent for I-Ieav on," featuring Patsy puth Miller. The sensation of the; year.'-For one nigli v only at Davy's Tivoh Tlieatie, Thuvb day'^th ^pril.
TALLIMBA SPORTS GROUND Additional Area Granted [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
TATXIMBA SPORTS GROUND Additional Area Granted Mr 'Hugh Main, M.L.A/, lcindljr:| forwards us the following regarding request for Show Ground, Racecourse" an dPublic Recreation Ground at Tal limba:- 19th March 1928,, Dear 'Sf£—, Referring to your representations in, relation to the request made by tiioi local committee (Mr. M. '.T. "Goodwin Hon. Secretary) for the granting of an additional area to the ground above mentioned, I have to "inform you- that the matter has been given considera tion and It lias been approved to survey. Instructions for survey ac adjnining the north western boundary of the ground w^th a view to its res ervation for addition thereto after survey, instructions for survey ac: I cordlngly fhave been issued. -Youra faithfully, W. J. Roper, Under Secret ary.
BIG TENNIS Frenchmen at Durban (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
BIG TENNIS Frenchmen at Djirfyaiii . J" . .. - - , •« I ■ ■ ■;.E:'r:-AV.,vV'v'fl ■ (BY WI110) . Sydney, Monday Evening. ; A,■. iJJurbap-i message ; states , (tjiat ■ in' the first lest' imatch: Raymond wand Condon beat Borotra • and; Brughon, ■••of■! Franco,"4-G, 6-1, G-2. , . .3o^o'tiuvbeat'-:Ka^nond 6-4, 0-fi, ■ 6-J.'J
TROD ON NAIL Boy's Sad Plight (BY WIRE) Sydney, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
Boy's Sad Plight ,ij_L J. l> ^ . -i i (BY IRE) ' " Sydney, Monday Evening. ■.1 .Georgo :Dool,18,- was working'bare-, footed in Giaingei's factoiy, Suuy Hills, when lie Uod on"a nail, ^yliicli Piei cod' liis foot, pinning him to a heavy plank. l ... ,Tlio ambulance: officers Jind to use a hacksaw to cut t through the nnil beforevthe .victim could be .• extricated;
F. AND S. ORGANISER Protest from Branch [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
F. AND S. ORGANISER . Protest from Branch Included in the motions on the agenda paper at the District Council meeting of the' F. and S. Association, on Thursday, the Girral branch sub mitted the following resolution;— , "That this branch enter a strong protest to the engagement of an or ganiser for the" ensuing year." ? Mr. A. J. Jordan, in moving , the motion, referred to the adverse year through which the district had pass ed. He was quite in accord with the services of an organiser of some kind. But he would point out that his branch last year paid out £15 for the services of au organiser, and they saw ho ma terial benefit for such expenditure. The President (Mr. C. J. M. Thomas) told Mr. Jordan that were it not for the fact that the branches had subscribed towards the salary of the organiser, many of the branches would have passed out of existence. It was the outback branches that should help in this way more than the strong branches. The organiser could not live on air, and if ...
LEAP YEAR DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
LEAP YEAR DANCE ■ The leap year dance, in. aid of the Half Moori Football Club was held in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday night. Owing to the state of the weather the attendance was not so large as was expected. About 60 couples danc ed to splendid' music supplied by the Gloomchasers Jazz Band, Miss Eva Woods supplying extras. During the evening! Mr. J. Frank thanked those present for their patronage and made special mention of the supper, which was under the direct supervision of the members of the Half Moon Club, assisted by Mr. Tom Dickenson (chef Tatt's Hotel), Messrs Ken Emmett and J. Frank wav the organisers.
SHOW COMMITTEE New Members Welcomed [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
SHOW COMMITTEE New Members Wel comed , ^t.a,.meeting of the West Wyalorig s,P^A.H„ and I. Association on Satur day afternoon'" the . following were /present:.-1,.; !... / •iviessrs. G. Rootes, (President) S. E; Ford, B. T. Clark, A. j. Elliott, l}?':. A.'- Buttensliaw, F. Baker, B. B. Davies, H.'.W. Bericlc, D. A. Gagie, l G. ,W. Cusseri, J. W. Parker, X .Tones; N. Nielsen, ij. Wilson, J. P. Clements, J. A, Gagie, W„ G. Butler, A. J. Thompson, S. H. Marshman, . P. H. Stivens; J. Rootes, E. Grellman H. Kaye, H.' W.' Staniforth, G. H. Ridley, and A. Andrew (Secretary). ! Apologies were received from S.' Ludlow, T. E.. Dean, R. Clark,' H. McFadyen, and W. Wells. Mr G. Rootes) at the outset, return ed tlianks for his election to the posi tion 'of President, and would, at all tinnes, do his best to carry out the • duties. Mr. S. A. Schrelber, returning offi cer, submitted tlie result of the bal lot for the committee for the ensuing term, and declared the latter electejl On the motion of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
'' TALLIMBA HOTEL H. HITCHINS (late ol Royal Hot West Wyaiongj wrsnea to notify tae residents o£ tills and Hurroundlnc districts thp.l He has taken over the abovo Hotel, lately conducted by Mr* Barnett. i By strict attention to business fe9 liopea to receive the patronage 6f old and new friends. . Egga and Poultry bought in any jj| il.l III; Qoantit^ ; ...• * * * • * * * * * * * * * * * * - &lt;• •5 Having made arrangements with a leading Syldney Manufacturer to make Suits to my Specifications, by the TEAM SYSTEM, I can now'offcr a Well-made, accurate-fit ting- SUIT MEASURE. to YOUR | The advantages you get are MEA SURED AND-'FITTED by a PRACTI CAL TAILOR,' with1 a comprehensive ctcck of the ; / LATEST IN SUITINGS This Department is |n addition and entirely separate from my High Grade Made on the . Premises Suits mm Sl!"1 | EXPERT TAILOR, i . s iiii BROS. ■ The House 01 Quality, Value and Style. WE HAVE A VERY ATTRACTIVE VELOUR COATS—An extensive range in (.he new Crossover ...
DISTRICT COUNCIL F. and S. Association Matters Held Over [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
DISTRICT COUNCIL F. and S. Association . Matters Held Over in the Memorial I-Iall on Thursday afternoon the " annual general meet Ingot the District Council of the Wya long and District Farmers and Set tlors' Association was hold , when tho following delegates were present: Belarwi—E. Hausler. Girral—N. Neilsen and J. Jordan. Bolygamy—J. J. Lemon. ' Back Creole—H. W. Bericlc rand F. | Hoare. Caroon—V. Connellan. Milby West—A. B. Trotman and P. Lemon. Wyalong—D. A. Gagie and A. B. Grellman. Weethalle—T. P. Chanter. Clear Ridge—C. Pellow. The meeting was presided over by Mr. C. J. M. Thomas (President). Apologeis for unavoidable absence were reseived from Mr. H. McFadyen (Secretary)who is ill,in hospital, Mr. Field (Vice President F. and S. As sociation of N.S.W.) and Mr S. Lud . low (Wamboyne). 'The following branches also for warded apologies for the absence of their delegates: Curriba, Wamiboyne (finn-Mildil. Mr. A. B. Grellman, in the absence of Mr. McFadyen", took over the duties...
3.L.O SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
3.L.O SPEAKS I Punctually - at the hour the loud speaker emitted the, sound: o£.. the 3.L.O. announcer's ."voice, asking the WaVden-to •break' ' the' seal. Tlie an-_ noune'er gave , out7 tlio : performances ■ of the cfcr reciting the various ro coi-ds,AY|li'ch had been made. I-Ie said it was ,a wonderful' tribute to the ef ficiency of modern engineering skill, and ( lie had much pleasure in calling on Warden Marshall to break his own seal and'in making Mrs. Spaul (wife of the local manager of-the firings of Messrs. Johnstone & AVtlmot) to switch tlm engino :off. . . - •Warden;.-. Marshall and Mrs Spaul -followed out the instructions which had jieen just received : from' ■ Mc-I bourne, and the- crowds broke into : cheers. ':v: - Mr. G. Saul,-on-behalf of, his firm, thanked the Warden for.-: consenting to act as lie had done. It was a great victory for Devouport, 'tor the; crow and for the Whippet car. If. Avas un doubtedly a great- advertisement for Dovonport. Itiliad put the...
WAGGA SHEEP MARKET Easier Market for Fats with Stores Firm [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928
'WAGGA SHEEPf; ■ MARKET' [Easier Market for Fats with Stores Firm The Wagga Associated . /Selling Agents report having held-tho:.r usurl fortnightly sheep -sala at Clio Muni-, cipal saleyards ' Oil the iiiflli . inslv when a heavy penning was forward. Tlio total yarded ' was 26,590, com prising 26S6 fats and- 23,913 stores. Fats -were mixed'- quality with, odd pens of pr;me in all- sections; but plain .'quality were most in- evidence. The market opened easier than last day, being 2/ to 3/ 'lower in cases; but1as sales-: progressed; values be came firmer, being at times equal' to late .rates. On -the' day-values were certainly ? • easier.' Competition was good throughout, a total clearance be ing .effected. Stores were in heavy i supply : and wero'iof'mixed quality. The yarding included some good lines of. young sheep and' weaners, both in fine .wool and crossbred sections and the usual sprinkling of. plainer • and older sheep. The market was a; bit easier at the start,, but improved...