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THE WEAKER SEX [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

THE ^WEAKER SEX If there ia equality of sex way must the woman always pay? Per haps this subject has been debated undecided more often than one could credit; but startling proof that the weaker sex are strongest when fac ing life's burden is given In a most desirable manner In the superb photoplay "Sacrifice," to be screened at the Rio Theatre, Thursday, April' 5. "Sacrifice" is not a sermon or lec ture but an appealing story of heroic and sublime sacrifice. By all means see this wonderful, production. Reed Howes in "The Scorcher," will pro vide excellent support on this pro gramme. On, Wednesday, April 4, a One ' double star programme will be screened at the Rio, viz., lovely Lois Moran in "The Whirlwind of Youth," an entertaining draina of the higher class, with a fine cast of players sup porting Miss Moran^ W. C. Fields in "So's Your Old Man," is the greatest laugh provoker in years and should make this programme second to very few In entertainment value.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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CLASHING OF COURTS Inconvenience Caused [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

* Inoonvenience'TSaused I ,! ".Tliat it be firougUt "untlov nlie; no-, i Lice-of those - -responsible .that - the I dates of the Land' -Boardi-and Dis I trlct Ccurt repefatedty Clnfelied.'.and-.ve i-urge ■ that t-i'-s^mr-ltcroe- atljuptetj ,ia future." ri'.v ■ .-i > i j The above . formed va motion'■jfrom: •the '. Caioon branch ' to the ■ District Cotmcil mooting ol tho F. -and S: As sociation'- held -at :Wc|t< IWynYojiC'-en' Thuisday atteinoon *• > i ' j.( i i. " .11 ' Mr. ,V..L.. Conncllau (dclegt^e) jyv-aL -:thovmoveiv, and ■ in ;-spenlan0.'i>tofytho i motion, stated that the • clashjiuc oi courts ^hadi^dcurrod. .onv'<n}or{j;;p)tca^ j^ions tljau ■ ond, and 'had causeusft'eoii-: sidorablC' amount of inconvenienM3.'t&' those^ havfnfe*' business ;to irajisiiWhl1 these: co^jjts./, it ,.w«s necessjuytfiir them.. td} liftve a n?an . likevMr.'jC:' JSvans' (•{fti'G. P. EvanS:- and • Engla!"^' to, attcjijjjjlTtd [thesej jHu{it<#s.(, He fai...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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BETTER FARMING TRAIN Action by District Council [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

Action by' District I i •' At: tho District: CouUoil i mooting of the Wyalong branch' -A; ant] p. Association,: ■ heklsf ^any.SUiurpday, 'Mr; H.: W-. 'Benclc (ropVe^erilinij .-Back Creek- branch) • pi^cd.^^hatVwe,,'en deavor! to have the BaUcr .-farming Train., visit all'•towns,'fr«Jzn.'-'Cootamun dra': to Lake Cargelligo." ^.Speaking to tlie:motion M\\-.iBerioli/sa,id lie, did not- anticipate' much ti-ovible.iliu -got ting itbe train to vlsit-thfese' parts.1 Ah taxpayers.-and -users iot^the railways, lie failed to see why they shoulibnot receive tiro benefit of 'the train;' also the -people. as/tar. out .ag^Lalie Cargel ligo . .c ,The motion vras seconded I5y Mr. F.- :I-Ioaro: Creek),:-. . . u.: Mr. . A. B. Trotman (West Milby:) supported , the T.iotion;", There was a :deal-\ of :- new icoiiiitiy *• between hurc and L.ake- Cargelligo, and lio. eontC/isl ed , tlie" settlei'3 should be -given th: i-beneflt o£ ilie. 33etter ■ .Ityrmi^s Train in every way. ' 'The motion was 'carvicd.

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MINISTER'S REPLY Department of Lands, Sydney, 5th December, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

MINISTER'S REPLY % i .' Depai tment ot Lnnds, Sydney, ;5th,.D,eeemI>ci\ 4327. , *kDeaj*- (jSir^—I am . directed'' .-by-'! thoi s 'MiixJstfti' tp^niforiTi •you^hat' eon^tdej'^1'1 itton-.lias bison,£ivp'n Itc^ your As&oiiii},-, , iloh'S" .1 i'fisolutl&u-,' .;regarding..;>.homii, » njaAntcnaiice . liMitatio'tiij :'Upon- <cont'dry •. sionft, of lKjmesteajl farms. v\ . *}.4 ia Mh Ijiilbjs vofi-tiie . opinion. 1Mt*,the. provisions .*o£" the law'• in this: regft.nl'5 are fair-rund: oauitable, both sottlojs and the State t .The{principle-, of allowing 'Only*'a homo maintenance-area, to bo acquir ed by conversion ,.ot? a leasehold, ten ure 40:. ^-freehold tenure isvfinnly oa-. tabiished/ and is ma nifest :Uiroufehout the provisions of .the Crowy. Lands Act ' ' The Standard Of homY*. maintenance, -jlias ibeoiiv'detei'mined. by. vtHo .,Gov'ts on., generous lines and..invariably,vthft j Dennrtment-is preparer to . tiilro-UiG ■ most liberal view incite- -presctUa...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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SHIRE RATES Refund Asked for [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

SHIRE RATES Refund Asked for At! the District Council meeting of , the^lo.caJ.EV and S. Association, held in '■ the Memorial Hall on Thursday, the following letter was received from the Farmers and Settlers Association of New South Wales in respect to re- • solutions carried at the last confer ence:.— Sir,—I am enclosing for your In forination copy of reply received from the.'Department of Local Government to resolutions carried at our last con ference, In whlch.„your District Coun cil' is, interested. I would appreciate It ifiyou would,kindly bring this mat ter before your members at your ear llest convenience. ---Yours faithfully, I W. C. CAMBRIDGE, General Secretary. Resolution: "That we ask for a re fund Of the Shire rates paid in ex cess on Homestead Farm areas held by returned-soldiers, where a reduc tion in " the capital value has been made at a re-appralsement Court; the rates to be collected on the amended values to be-retrospective from the date" of the confirmation of the...

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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West Wyalong Advocate TUESDAY, APRIL 3 THE HOLIDAYS "Advocate" Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

•'i TUESDAY, APRIL 3 tHE HOLIDAYS "Advocate" Arrange ^ ments Friday next , being Good Friday, the ^ Advocate'V'Swill * be published on Thursday instead of that day. There will not be'dn' issue on Tuesday next, 10th April, but publication will be re sumed as usual on Friday, 13th April. The West Wy along Storekeepers' Association notifies that their pre mised will . be< closed from 5.30 p.m. onf Thursday, Bth inst., until Tuesday morning, 10th inst. There will not be any late night shoppjng.

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

Nurse E. Hekltmann * - • (Registered Midwifery.^ Nlirso)'-*• OPERATOR ST., WEST WYALONG .v; F.i^RXJScSro '(^MONUMENTAL sculptor • . ' GUNDAGAI " Will forward designs for nl! classes Qf^lodumbnta-tx-AVork in- Gnu'iii.o ■ or; MfliJ)lo , Samples of Voile can he sjienvat local cemetery.—R.viIOWARD tiii «>it i , i ( •■*v> t " " yt V j *J 15 T.hc Presbyterian ( Ladies' College • „ ' (GOULB*URN, N.S.jW. i n.QQlstercd'- Under.' the - Bursary' ■■■ a <■' C^nclowtTient Act ( Extensive Modem Ouildmgs (anc] ' i ' *,s Equipment i < -< Healthy j CInWe. ^Uttifl<r:2,300'"Fco' Hloolnc' Light. Sewerage. IXot Wato: Service. '11 Acres trf Grounds Pi ofcssional,; 'eomniorciai. am] Do- ■ . niupi.it; and Science Courses ;• *Tew. 'Tcrin- Commences Tuesday, 1'lt' } r, ^Ffbiuaiy, 1<)2S i,'Prospectus from Hie" Principal—' " BRIG-GEN. W. RAP/13AY MoNICOLL C.C., C.M.g:, D.S.O. B.A., Dipl. "Efluc Old' -Tanks Repaired WC specialise in REPAIRING OLD TANKS...

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THREE KILLED Level Crossing Fatality [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

■ THREE KILLED I "• ' ■ • ' ' • - • '.V j Iievel Crossing Fatality | ) . ^ ' ;!• • ! An-1 awful tragedy. ;.accurrcd at the level crossing. at Irymple, near Mil-, duva on.- Monday.'.;when a special train crashed into.';; a motor- track. Three people ^verej^illed and three! "others injured, 'all .residents «£ Red' cliffs: ' ;-ii: '■ : ;;:.

Publication Title: West Wyalong Advocate, The
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COURSING Forthcoming Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

Forthcoming Meeting. The local.coursing meeting," to»do liejd on Saturday and Monday, April 7 and! 9, promise sto be one pf tlio most; successful held since the imcep-1 tio'n"'of 'tlie Cliib. "' ' A large number of high class^ dogs it^rp.,: expected to compete,. arbig at- | tlivptioiir! being the Tooth'v.Ji.B: Lager fcupvVarpund. whfchi- a": great j deal of interest is centre'd, andvlvliich is-sure >to.- at|;v-actsoinea^of;..-tho. speediest^ .• -Ail'innovation at tins meeting Avill bof'the presence*'on the ground ot a .wireless receiving set; through which' the '1 atest turf and o'ther new3 ■ from j Sidney will.be broadcast., ■ ,r '

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PREMIER ILL Operation Necessary [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

'"'PREMIER ILL '.<• Operation Necessary j V, r;-'.'.. " * _ j /The. sudden incapacitation of , trie Premier (Mr.; BavJn) owing: to ill ness conies asia severe. shock, in poll-1 tical and public circles. For urgent 7 health reasons,. Mr. Bavin will have; to !leave ; the helm of State'politics for some weeks. All his engagements -have been cancelled. • The Minister!.for'-Works and Rail ways -(Mr.- Buttenshaw) .will be Act ing Premier during Mr. Bavin's ab sence. The ' Budget s and .the,,': ^mpprr'j tant financial measures'ssetMown fer - tile coming session:.will ihe^iir'tlv^ hands of the; Assistant i -Treasuri?^; (Mr. Stevens.)

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UNEMPLOYMENT Weethalle Delegates Suggestion Clearing the Land [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

' "UNEMPLOYMENT s • :r, : • •]tr' ;r** . Weethalle Delegates Clearing the-Land . Mr. T. P. Chanter (Wcethalle ■branch) explained to the meeting'of the F;. and Si'District Council at-West .^Vyajong on. Thursday that,, in regav1 to" the circular letter received . from Mjv T.- E. Baviu (Premier) -m connec tion Avitli his proposed conference be twe'en - employers and employees, to endeavor to sqlve ■■■the'"'unemployed problem, that there was a. consider able^ area ."or ,.i-mploymwif which would-'not - only 5 benefit the farmer, i but the State generally. He was safe '.m." saying; that:-it an advance was •made by. the Rural Industries Board ■lor-.clearing the laud.111 anything .like reasonable time to the farmer to re pay, there would bo thousands- pf acres ready for tlie coming harvest. I-Ie moved "That this Council aslo;for .'assistance in cases of fallow,-and that cpnvJmienl dates be made for re-pay-. mpnj.wame to spread 6ver :a period, of /^ears« ■ '//■',l/r-;^.y V,.;V '■ K;:}: c. ^e...

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

V-' • • .'v.'.. A HINT OF VALUE;#' A ' Those who. get on ifl>thelfW'Qrlll-Are* : those who ;nevor if ail to take a.valuable hint when it comes their way. Here is a hint,1 wZiici may prove, ^of.grejtf value to you: j & • Mr. Gi- Ruijert'jWest, Lalfe View £5ta'-^ tion; Marsdens, tjWyalongjV'writes 1 (lit following unsolicited i,e(.ter: "For fivp, ■yearsJ.sufferedit'ernbly froni-iaMweal^' ■ an daching back, caused by my kid neys being' out of order. I was often so bad that I could hardly move and it was alm'os tlmposslble^tp.fbeAd iriy back. At one time I was practically a .cripple for eight months. My back was sore and lape, and never stopped aching." As I ljad tried almost evei'^ kidney remedy 11 ever heard of ,and had been treated by a doctor without deriving any-benefit, I was fast losing hope of ever:beihg well again.'-dne day a'special friend 'of mine, having, hgard. ,of Doan's, ..^cScaclie Kidney Pills, asked .^e.to^ry' this medicine. I took the qffered and it was n g...

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CONVERSION OF HOMESTEAD FARMS. A Cited Case. Minister's Reply [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

conversion of j homestead farms. A Cited--Case.' " j •' * f. i\pOvt~ Minister's-''Eeply^^ ■ . The following communications wore read'' at Council , .mooting' of. the •F. and-Si: ^Pociation at Wnst WyaloJg .on-Thursday, ■. Hpferencos...to. the im(lei'menUoned matter "llavo : pre viously: appeared:. in. the. columns . of tlifc "Advocnto" —is , . , F. .&■ i S.-Association of NiS.W.. Sydney," 12th^ December, 1027; II. McFadyeu, Esq.,* , , "Lochbine," -Most Wyalong..1 " '■ Dear Sir,—I: am enclosing, for • youiv infomfation', .cow of letter which T liavo recoived from the Under Secre tary for Lands in regard to a resolU1 ticn winch' was 'passed at a recent meeting cf lhe Griffith D.C. As you will' remember, this arose out of the application of H. Thomas for the con version of.his Homestead Farm m the I-Iillstoilll!str:ct, and ' although Thomas -had cojniilicd with all the conditions ^attaching. to the'" farm and fulfilled his five, years'j residence, the -District Surveyor - oppos...

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

BERLEI CORSET, 604.—For heavy figure with big hips. On handsome peach silk broche with elastic sections at waist. Reinforced-over abdomen. Fit ted wit hsix suspenders. Sizes: 2£36ln. and -37-40in. BERLEI WRAP-ON, 439 For med ium figures of average prooprtions. In pink, striped rep wit helastic sections over hips and at waist in front. Light boning imparts gentle control. Four suspenders. Sizes: 25-36in. ~ BERLEI WRAP-ON, 464.—For slen der figures of average proportions. In pink broche with elastic sections over' hips and all round top, to ensure per fect freedom. Lightly boned backhand front. Fitted with four suspenders. Sizes 20-30in. BERLEI .WRAP-ON, 581.—For heavy figure which desires control of the ab domen. Planned In, pink P.ekin stripe, «with elastic sections over hips and underarm at waist. Slightly raised front,'" well boned. Four suspenders. Sizes 24-36ln. BERLEI CORSELETTE, 6046—Im parts beautiful lines from above bust to ^"below hips to slender figures. Created in' pink ...

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

^ ;: • ' -?,r'f.- - • Qfin ■?. t • -. •: • .• > |TO WEST M,I4LpNG JOINERY AND, ■■■-" !;' : ; -". '€A'BIMET CO. Shop Fitters and Furniture. Manufacturers, Furniture Repaired, ,Up .lolsteririg, French PolfsA'ingV Fiy Doors and Windows, Glass and-Mir rors Shocked,' Wih'dscreferiy1 C\5t and Fitted, Furniture, Bedding,; Lino leums, Crockery, Picture Frames, Verandah Blinds. OFERAT§il|^j3E^, WEST'WYALOI^G' * **K-i (Fr~ TELEPHONE 1C3. rjpMrrr i MM P.O. BOX 73 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MUIir.:0;DItlEN (lafe_£)f the Empire Hotel) desires to announce ttiat ;he iias inlsetr ove? £fie abo»;,6 Hotel, which is ond of the most up-to-dateuin. the :&ojlhe& District. Patrons can rest assuredflhat the suiriu.JUiuh swnUjftg be'inalntaintid under the new managp; meet. ' — J- « .v f. Excellent Cuisine. First Class Accommodation, Kitchen in charge ;"0( . I-ir.St Class Cf^ef, Spacious Sample Rooms, . ■ : * Evglj^thKifg the- -Best. . ;.:v MURT 0*j3M PROPRIETOR A&ERLINE DESIRES to nnnot...

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WELL DONE, RED ROS [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

yVEVL DONE, RED ROS "An Interesting feature; of the flight from England to.Australia and Mrs Mil lerland Captain ^Lancaster. Is the fact that during portion of vthe Australian; 'section the identical supplies of Shell .Spirits were used' as were laid down ier? the use of Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smltjlf in* 1919. Thus we have the first woman to fly to Australia using the same supplies as the first Airmam rdid nearly ton years ag6, ' ,. Fresh stocks were laid down for Hinlclor and other Airman who have; traversed the route in tho interval branded with those Aviators' names. • "Shell" enjoys the 'distinction or having been selected!-as the fuel for every flight to Australia.

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SYDNEY STOCK MARKET The Commonwealth Wool and Pro duce Co. Ltd., (C. E. Wallder & Co. local agents write us as follows: [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

SYDNEY STOCK ■ - MARKET • Tlio CommonwoaUli "Wool and Pro (luco' Co.'Ltd., (C. E. WaUder & Co. local agents writo us as follows: Wo have to advise that a liglit sup ply,of sheep anil Iambs forward, viz. 18,300, arid the quality was not equal to late yardings. Buyers wero in the usual attendance and the marketa opened firm for all descriptions. As' the sales progressed competition improved, especially for good'wethers, which wero scarce, and lor those values were 1/ to 2/ dea^ er. The market closed strong foi all descriptions. The number of cattle forward, viz. 2,SCO, comprised all descriptions, wasted and inferior sorts being well in evidence-The market opened firm for '.all good descriptions excepting cows, which, were slightly easier. Ar\ the day advanced values improved' a little, and 'taking tho, day, generally, llio nifarlcot was about, equal: to late rates. ' i

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SHOW DATES Cargelligo and Ungarie Former a Week Earlier [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

SHOW DATES Cargelligo and Ungarie Former a Week Earlier At the last meeting of tW Lake i Cargelligo Show Committee, the i Chairman i)roiight"UlJ' Hie 'ttiatt6l'"or ! altering'the date of holding tho show In order to allow Ungarie to como in ■without clashing with Lake Cargelligo i He said he had carefully considered :.tlie matter, arid although at first op posed: to aDy alteration, lie now. thought that by holding the local \ show a week: earlier—22nd. August instead ;of 29th-J-lt would make little difference if any, to Lake Cargelligo, . but "Would 'make j a lot of difference to :Ungarie 'inasmuch as it would enable Ungarie to hold its function ou' a date" that would not'clash with or affec; any other body. lie thought the feel , ing of the meeting was favorable to "an alteration, and if agreed to then lie would ask that.the secretary inform Ungarie of the decision arrived at, and at the time ask Ungarie to give practical assistance to Lake aCrgelllgo by way of exhibits and attenda...

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(Published by arrangement) THIN END OF THE WEDGE [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

, (Published by arrangement) THIN' END OF THE WEDGE . < "Besidos roading .meters, gas com pany employees who visit homes In four Rhode Island; Now,England, com njunltics will watch -for stills," re ports "The World" New Yorlc. ~f, President David Daly of the Bac!c istone' Valley and 'Electric Company announce dthat lie had approximately 100'employees, to report to liim the dlscdVery of homo brew apparatus in tlurhomos of gas customers. Ho is sued this statement:- / ; The United States Attfeney has called' the attention of officials of this company, through me, that there . exists on the statute boolcs of the United State3 laws which, properly constructed, would mean that any one having knowledge of the opera tion of a still who fails to report, | such knowledge to the proper State I authorities is guilty of a felony which ,. is punishable by a fine or imprison- j rnont. • ■ ^ . J .KV-/AT

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CHAPTER XXII. OLD FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Wyalong Advocate — 3 April 1928

i CHAPTER XXII. : OLD FRIENDS. •Mls ltoaalio hcrol" Old .l'pinplo 'allowed lrimsclf the re epito-of a cough. Looking uneanily at Stcjjhon, ho Bail], "Sho loft ua this uxorulaj^" uad thou hfl stopped. Kvi dontly Eosalio 'a lcttor had altered Stuplion's attitudo. llo couldn't toll Stophen that she bad loft at Us 10 quest £ "It is strange I" said Stopbon. "Tho HorvantB woro aot there oUIkm ^ Ho felt oortain that sho would not _j to hor motlior. Wlioro could alio bo if Tho colonel did not meet his eyes. "Stephen, my lad, I huvo some thing to tell you that will bo as hard for you to hear aa it will be for me to tell." lie hesitated. It was an ugly, thing to put into words. Stephen waa looking at liiiu curiously, but'he did not scent catastrophe. "X bolieve sho has gone away," said tho Colonel, and then ho stopped again. "Last night I saw hor letting a man out at tho sido door. I taxed hor with it, and sho refused to explain." Tho colonel turned awny for a mo mont, to summon up strength t...

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