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Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

Hospital Visiting Committee. 1 -ifessrs. H, M'Donoug-h. F. -J. Riehard . lon and F. C. fitellway. . rikai»«- Visiting Co«ninitt»: ? ' fitinM Dobsey *nd Ditchfleli

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIGHT TO MODERATE RAINS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

UGHT TO MODEBATE KAINB. ' SYDNEY. Tuesday. Light lo moderate taiw »« re corded over; the uortli-eastei-n half of the fitaie ycpte.rdny. Falls were, rather 'scattered elsewhere. ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

y Wagg'a Benevolent Society. BiooitiioWw,. tot th« *«ntlis— Mrt.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

THE WEATHER. LATEST FORECAST., SYDNEY, Tuesday. ; . -More 'rain and thiiiidcrstorms over tlie north-east/half of the State, wi'.Ii north winds iii the north-eastern quar ter; cool s'oUtlierlies elsewhere ?and fine in ihe soutli-west.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— JANUARY. I PHASES OE THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

; CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— . JANUARY. i PHASES OK THE. MOON. . . New Moon, 2nd, at 6.24 p.m. First Quarter, gth, at 8.55 pan. I Full Moon, |6th, at ;6.44 p.ut ' Jj^st.Qturter, 24th, at aoaf^J- \ v Perigee, nth, at 8.J2 pm. . Apogee, 24th, at 9.24 a.m. ? Sun Rises. Sets. Sgtitrday, ,11th .,. . ... 5.1 S ifti SnndaV, 12th.. .. .. 5.19 7.5i 3jCoBdav. 13th.. ??'.. .. .. .5.20 7-«3 'Tuesday i 14th.' ? 5.21 7.53 Wednesday, 15th -. . .. ?;. D.32 - '.53 ' Thursday. lGth .....'. '5.23 7,52 Friday, l'th ? , ... ,.. 5.24 7:52

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

ItnayjbeCrA^lced 1 la~fjgl till l'» IMd:ipr -7l*r-. ' . I. |U .. yet. ,A®4' *6;_ »r«' a|l | :SJ jf a OKEN o jtlaA- I iWm VENTS iiire nci-j)jt4 I ?wm. 1 cement! So]^by^f/Jmpmopgrrs.^~^B^, 'knvi} -Cpment ,i# on B#ie from T. 1 'PDMONBSON & CO., H. J. WILLIAMS j 4 80N. ' . . WHEAT SCEIP. ' OASH. Buying QiibtfiUons givon on «p , plic-ation for tbe lfllS-ifi,' 1B16-17 and 1917-18 Wheat Gcrtificstes, or it necessary we will make reasonable -id- j . ' AjEetiU, I P010NA. j TONIOWNE oipEsm^iiuiiimirr '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

I NEWS IN BRIEF, % p A Tumut farmer is wcuriug il per ^agifor his maize. S. ' ])u ii u^r ;i tbuiidurstoriii at Cunnk'ii on j|jii(urdo.v. Mr. Uobert Whiti1, a local farmer, was struck l-v 'lightning and diillml ii-slonllr Ua i\lnnnliniir itl s». . »,v '? )Sio time and the two plough liorsos |oio also killed. ~ lix-Jud^c lleydon was. at Guiulngai on ^'liursday and motored- to Ijong Tunnol jliina. Uc stayed at tlio itiiuu at uiglit, ind went ' underneath ' next duy. Ill: ^-c n t back to Sydney well pleased with flio prospects of the mine, iu which he molds a number of shares. B Undoubtedly the highest price ever given for grazing land was £300 per Sere paid for ;i acres of flat land near ;^(?gu last week. The previous highest Jpviec for Bcga flat land was £105 per Aw. This land is unsuitable for liuild Sng or enltivatiou. !»i _____ jv 'While suriiug at Bondi on Saturday riftcnio'ou, William Martin Haywood £50), an agent, who lived m Dalley iLvenue, Waterloo, became suddenly ill. ie lef...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

MR. PETER - YEE LEE, i CHINESE EOCTOB find f HEBBALIST, L 60 aEOliGE-STUEliT WEST, , , SYDN13Y. ' ' VjjI Visit 111 la District every Floor Weeks. Every complaint i'l male --t female, skilfully and successfully treated. Will Consult at ALJSURY HOTliL, BAYLIS-STBKET, Ncwttfveb, WAGGA. FlHTJAV. l'lima'AKY 7; Ah' UVnV, THUUSDAY, FEBliUABY *-- Hours: 10 a.m. to C.30 p.m. Albury— 10 a.m. lo 3 p.m. Practised over 'M Ycara in. Australia. Coflflillt Jjy Correspondence. ilew Zealand Loan and Mercian w .tile Agency Co.,, Ltd, yrpOL BBOKEBS STOCK ft STATION AGENTS, Auction Sales of Stock at Albury **d JFodonga Alternate Tuesday#, And Monthly at Howlong JValla Walla, and Tallangatta. AUENTS FOB ALL COOPEBB DIPS. Offices: Commercial Banking Co. 'ft Buildings, Kiewa-Strest, ALBUBY, Norwich and London Accident insurance Association ' r - Th» MBW WOBKMEN'S COMPJW SATION ACT in force from 1st SXJVt. SAB Claesss of EMPLOYEES are Liable Mr ANT ACCIDENTS and INDUB iTBIAIi DISEASES «mniu to Jheir WPLOYEE...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

RHEUMATISM CURED, 1)Y am* of thi sort Kxperitntii ' ChtmUte la the Commoawwltk] 'Hansen's Efaemn&tlc Semedy'2 Bterybody Is 'talking about It. Com* pletely ridi tha eyitem of Dria Atid and reatorei the lort tone of tha KID NEYS. Tha paim of BHEUMATISlt relieved after a few doiei, la bottln S/8, froia ? Bi_ EANSEir, ObemlMy PCM^T, Or .V Mr, Asdereoa, Chemiat, ,W*gg*4, if!l Mr. i^riedlieb, Chpinift, AIbnry- ^ Mr. Trivett, Chemist, Coolamoa. Mr. Balihaueen, Chemiet, Cootamnaira, Mr. Duval, ehemiit, Narandera, Mr, JIatherion, CheBiitt, Jonee, Mr. George, Chemiet, Lockhart. ? '' ? ' HANSEN'S 'SPBClAIi SEUt OINTSaENT'-l REACHES the Spot for Eczema, old Skill Diseases, Cuts, Burnj, Pimple I, Blackheads, Monse Plague, Varicoie Ulcer, etc, It is a bona-fide remedy for all SHIN troubles and the publie are demanding it. In Large Poti 2/0, Sold everywhere or from HANSEN, Chemist, Hantys_ Headaches, Giddiness, Glariness ABE CUBED WITHOUT DBUGS OB COLOBED SPECTACLES BY. * B. REMEZ- * The W...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE BIG UNION. "CLASS STRUGGLE" EXPLOITED. ADOPTION OF TURBULENT PREAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

|f ONE BIG UNION. j-f CLASS STBTJOOLE' EXPLOITED. ! |S|. ADOPTION OF TUUBVLICN'T j The 'One Big Union' Inter-State Industrial Conference, sitting at the Melbourne Trades Hal), oil Sloiiilay ac cepted t la' revolutionary 'class struggle' preamble whicii was adopted by the -ew hontli Wales 'Une Jiiji Union' Congress iu August, 1S18, ns follows:—* (1) We liOld. that there is a class struggle iu society, and that the struggle is caused by the capitalist class owning the means of production, to which the working class must have access in order to live. 'The working class produce all value. Tiie greater the share which' the capitalist class ap propriates, the less remains for the working class, therefore the interests of these two classes are in constant con tact. There cun be no peace as long as Want and hunger arc found among mil lions of working people, and the lew who constitute the employing class have all tlie good tilings of life. (S) Between these two classes the struggle must cun...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

Victor Pianos will stand all climates, tHey have a beautiful tone and 1 last a life- I time. 1 Writs for | free Catalogue nnd g price Hit showing B En»y Terms. fi Palir&g's 33fi George St. _ , SYDNEY ,othJ at fi - NEWCASTLE »Ba USH ORE. I 8 Mr. P. B. BAINTy, Loenl Soiling Agent, Baylii-atrent, WAGGA. THE LOFTUS HOTEL, V JIWBE. II. H'PHEE (late of Naraiuiera) Desires tn notify the General Public that lie has taken over the above wcll kno\vn Hotel. The business will 5m tarried on ou up-to-date lines. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION aud TABLES. BEST BHANDS o£ WINES, ALES aud SI'JltlTS Always iu Stock. Porters Meet All Trains. H. M'PITBE, Proprietor, PAIN LOCKS OUT. A WOHD TO J^ABO)!. J'ain eair.ii'n far more 'lost days' than iy llinuglil. It loeks nut ;ill victims swiiir -ir olln-r. Vcl,' no one need rear the. tyrant any n;-';,'1 W'nwu'K Wondei-W'eufl, ilie iVlaglc/ Wrap, stops nain instantly. Urn dp., not leave it fu the cheniist's window. ?He may bo shut. Ki'ej! it in Utei house — ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M. P. AND A. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING ADJOURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

M. p. A1\1D A. ASSOCIATION.! ANNUAL MEETING ADJOURNS, i 'I he annual meeting of the Murruin. bidgee Pastoral and Agricultural' As- sociation was held last evening 111 tlie Association's rooms. 'Mr. E. Field in' the chair. When the liieqting; opened, Mr. 1: Jeremy moved- that the meeting ad journ out of rcspect to tlicir late ] member, Mr.' Alick Smith, whose death took placc during the after noon. This -was seconded by Mr. W. J. Hamilton - and carried in silcnce, T'Hc date to which the meeting should adjourn was not decided upon last evening, but will -be settled -Avilhiu a day or two. This was proposed by Mr. Jcrcmv and seconded by Mr. J. j. liaylis. After the reading of the list of successful candidates for the positions on the coimnittcc the meeting was formally adjourned. The result of the ballot for election of the committee -for 1919 was an nounced by tlie scrutineers! Messrs. G. \V. Bcllair and J. Ridgway. The number to be clcclid was 41, and there were 4*- names on the ballo...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION. OPENING UP WORK. MURRAY WATERS SCHEME. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

? ?, REPATRIATION. OPENING UP WORK. % MURRAY WATERS SCHEME. .. JlljciiOUhXE, Tuesday. A meeting of the Murray Waters Commission will be held in Melbourne at the ('nd'of January. The estimate 'for ; tHc ' wltolc ?' works is about £6.000,000.' ' It is understood.1 that Mr. Groom is very keen on expediting ?the prcjiputjat?; \yorx, as lie is ahxtous that thc.work ^Jiojvld go liand in hand with Hie. repatriation. movement.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 14. (Before Mr. T. Saunders. CM., and Mr. W. Purtell, J.P.) RAILWAY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

WAGGA POLICE COUftt. Tuesday, January 14. * ' (Before Mr, T. Saunders, Of., and Mr, \V. Purtell, J.1V) RAILWAY CASES. Patrick Cummins, 48 years oT age, and John Joseph Cummins, 46, were charged under the railway by-laws with having, on -January 13. travelled , in a railway carriage from Junee to Wagga . without having previously paid their fares aud with latent to avoid 'payment thereof.'' They were further charged with havirig, oji tlie same occasion, without lawful excus:, left a railway carriage elsewhere than at, (he si^c adjoining the railway plat forni. : 'They' pleaded gtiilty to both, charge's. ...... .i.,,..'. v It xvss cxpjained to tlie bench that at 7.30 p.111. :on; the. date mentioned the defendaflts . were seeii by the night officer, getting out of a carriage of the triin which' had; just come from Junee, on ...the, .opposite -side to the' station platform. ' They each bad a platform ticket, wjiich had been issued .at; Junee that evening. , For tbe llrst ? offences ^tii...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' SETTLEMENTS. INVESTIGATION BY BATHURST COMMITTEE. TWO HIGH-PRICED FARMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

SOLDIERS' SETTLEMENTS. INVESTIGATION' BY BATHl'RST 'COMMITTEE. , TWO! HIGH-PRICED FARMS. ? SYDNEY. Tuesday. Tlie Bathurst Repatriation Commit tee has' appointed a sub-committee to investigate- the position at the soldiers' .settlements' at Montavclla orchards and Macquari'c Vnfc flats. Mr. Nichplis, M.Ii.'R., said the full est invc^tiB^tioti should be made. 'The only conclusion (he could come to, after -close association with the con-, ditions prevailing, was that the men were bejuK. tofrlicd, owing to the big interest .thej- had. to j-ay on the over estimatod Montayella estate, lie hid . interviewed' mm at Mcntavella and their strjrv-was appalling. The Minister* for hands has decided to pUrtfllaw tw'o farm's at Millthorpc for retiiruc-d 'soldiers. One contains 383 acrcs, aiid the price is £8 15/ per acre. . THe. other contains 491 acres, and the. price js.£n 18/ per acre. Mr. Ashford explained that tlie lands ?were suitable for growing oats, fruit and vegetable?.- The local opinion...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

PERSONAL. The estate of the late 8ir \Yillia.m j Broun. grazier) of Coonimbla., near . Coonamble, was valued for probate pur poses at £22.740. Mr.. Edward Jonathan Augel, f aimer, ? nf T.nkr Albert, was sworu in as a- .Tue tie« of the l'eac-e yesterday, before Mr. ,T. 'Jeremy. J.l'., under authority from tbe Supreme Court. The death occurred at North Sydney on Sunday of Mr. -5us. Fraser. brother of Messrs. C. «l.,aud W. J. Fraser, Gun-: dagai. Deceased bad bec-u in failing health for the past few months, and his death was not unexpected, lie was ?. native of Batlolv, SI ye3rs of age, and about a year ago retired from the postal service, in which he had been for .»0 years. Deceased leaves a widow, but no children. Mr. :F. 'VV. -Tietyens, the well-known j Albury solicitor. . left Albury on Mon day afternoon foi; a Syduey seaside re sort, where1 be hopes, to spend a well- j earned holiday aud' incidentally recu- j peratc bis .health, Foi* some time past j Mr.'^rietycrif'' bealtb has no...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTENSION OF WOOLLEN MILLS URGED. ASSISTANCE TO SOLDIERS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

EXTENSION of woollen ; MTLtS URGED. ASSISTANCE TO SOLDIERS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. ? Representations Jiavc been made to tbe Minister .for. Repatriation with regard -0 the extension oi the woollen mills under- the control of the Re patriation department. It is claimed that, instead of live men ocing em ployed at rile in if] si there should he hundreds. . . The Controller of Repatriation states that as the result of inquires into the cases 01 ccrtain returned sol diers, it has been ascertained tRat they had rcecivcd -substantial financial as sistance and had been iound: employ ment, in' some rases' several times, by rhe Repatriation department.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINERS AND APPRENTICES WANTED. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

MINERS' AND APPRENTICES . .. WANTED. WELLINGTON tX.Z.}, Tuesday. ? The Government hn-s asked the Itn- j jierial authorities to expedite , the re- j furn of ail coal miners ana men rilio : have not finished their apprenticeship. I

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. ABORTIVE CONFERENCE. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. ABORTIVE CONTEBENCE. . I * PERTH, Tuesday. I The conference between the Minister fl for Railways and- -the leader of the ? Opposition on the subject of the tram- ? way strike proved nboTtive. I

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

- BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. , Tbe, Mjirrumbidgee Co-operative Mill ing -Co. '« establishment will bo closed to Jay owing, to the dbath of ill-. Aliek Smith. ' A notice regarding the annual meet ing: of contributors to the Wagga -Dis- trict Hospital. 011 January 29, appears 111 auotner coiuinn. ? ,A basket- sociai, .to wclcome, Cor poral E.- Crouch -niid Bombardier 3i. Peiidrick, willjbe' held in i the School of Arts to-morrow evening. ' ' : A patriotic concert will be Jield in The Eoclv Hall ftn jaimarv^. Mtssrs. 'J. j. M'Grath ; . and - Co , saddler's, ihave a special notice -regard-:' Carding accounts .in tbfS' issue. lenders are- invited for roadwork in the Mitchell, Shfte. . - The nest ineetihg of tlie Dcrrain blanch 'of the -Farmers , atidi ?Setdcirb' - :A s so ciation iviU : be ' Ii fcld bh january »8.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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