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STEAMER ON FIRE ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

[?] AjDECjAIDF, ^liurs'dar wcssag£ teetvfvcjiciiuAde :^-;,ini(le llntesfrthat -Slie stcjimer ;J?rnBcr jJttiVer he. et«ami)i£ to Port Adelaiilo ?u : *%[b, ^hje vobsdI^^ in iallESt froin-Portf i; ?Sfdd ehiotft? toiB^ey to Jo#a

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL LATE MR. ALICK SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

: FUNERAL . ? ;; LATE MR.~AtiCK SMITH; ' j The remains of the late Mr. Alick Sjiihli,--? 'of 'Conjura;'', -l'--x-strect ; ij aggq.' were remoyed from. -the resi-^ deuce at g. o'clock 011 Wednesday jiight '.lfigt. . The pall-bearers . at VCfi^jijca' were MeSs.ts.':' Guy and Norman 'Smith {sorts of 'deceased^, P. I Nugent (of Bloomfield, t.oolamon): , Dr. T. W. Burgess, L. Avevard, and H. Blarney. Kyeamba General' Cemetery was reached just before daylight vestcrday'irtorniiig. Aniang; tlioSc' who followed the hearse wefc the bereaved wife and sons and daughters and: Mr.. L. Avevar-ds-? - oi ? Wagga, and Mr. 1'. Nugent, of Bipoin field,' two lifelong friends: o^ the late Mr. Stpith. Tiie iiitermcnt wasmadfc in . the Kyeamba Cemetery on the station.' in -sight' of the old- ' home stead, just as day was breaking. . The , nail-bearers , were. Ins four sons, 'Messrs.' 'Alan;.''^orhian, Stanlej-, and Cjuy Smith, Mr. L. Aveyard, Wagga,. j and M r Patrick Nugent. Bloomfield, andvfonneriy of P...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. COURT BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

- ITEMS IBP, NEWS. 4 ; COuM1! BmLptNGS. A te|egriiiiti was read at last night's : nic^in^^i.tiiisi \Ya=g;i Council from tliS^layor f AJtl. 'K.-E. ColliOs) who i jw ^ydtiej^statinEr lie hail jieen a-- feutea by life' I) epa r t in 1 11 1 that 'a coiitractiw-f)|tiii ;bc let ve-tci'lay {.TliOTstf|0 :the' improvement# Court builflijiS's j T'h^ ^iinouiiccment was Ve,c|jfy^vrith general satisfaction.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN INVITATION. MATCHES REGARDED AS IMPROBABLE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

SOUTn ATBICAK INVITATIOH. MATCHES H1SGAEBED AS : IMPKOBABLK. SY-DNBY. Thnredar. - Mr. bydaey tJmHUi' hon, swirtUffy of j I he- AuBtralisiu ^riekct B--afd tflf Cpjifj (rol, MyS thc .iiivilaAioui ^t-tlie fioutlij African: Criekot Association Jo an Atis-1 tra'linn team toplaS'-a '-'scries; ' of] uiat-h*!s (u SquUIl sftica-tiu' t licit \vavj liome is unlikely to he . entertained, inj view of- Ihe projected; visit of- an Eug lisli tAni to Australia at; the end of ?the present. -year. '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

. NEWS IN BRIEF, A .??eiisation lias been canned at tlie .Jagersfoiitein niine, iu the Oraugo J;ree State, by the discover}- o£ a inagiiiliccnt blue-white iliamoud of 38S carats. H promises to rival some of the iinesi stones yet un earthed. I Mr. \\\ S. Kceves, who has for so me time past been sheriff's- otlicef On the Urokeu Hill Court House staff, lias left for A 1 bury, where lie will fill .a similar position. . Prior to his de parture, the members of the Court House staff, 1I1 rough Mr. W. Le liruu Brown, S.M., presented him with a silver cigarette case. Appreciative references to Mr. Reeves' services were made by Mr. Brown, Mr. T. W. .I'olieii (Chamber Magistrate), and Mr. E. A. Mahoney. ' Alexander Robertson was fatally iujured while attempting to board a luggage train ;it VVallerawang, near J.illigow, 011 Saturday night, and died in Liihgow Hospital. lie liad been playing cricket dujing the afternoon, ;md was titling on the piai/orm wait ing for his train, when he fell asleep...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

MR. PETER ' YEE LEE, ? CHINESE DOCTOB mid . Jf V W3BBALIBT, tO GEOECE-STBEET, WE8T, ? SYDNEY. V31' Vi.it thi. District every Four Week*. Every complaint in wale or , female skilfully and . sueoenRfuily ? treated. Will Consult nt ALBUBY ' rrOTUL, BAYLIS-STItKET, Newtown, WA.Cl! A, lI'IilftAV, l^EBHUAHY 7; AL jjUBY, THUilSDAV, X^CKl'AKY C. , Honrs: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., , AltSory— 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Practised over 30 Year. in Australia. ' Consult by Correspondence. New Zealand Loan and Mercan lite Agency Co, Ltd* .WOOL BBOSXBB ?IOCS * STATION AQKNTti ▲a.tion Sale. o f Stock at Albary ud , .Wodonga Alternate Tneidey*w Jad MontMjr at Howlong iWalla JValla, and TaUangatta. AQKNT8 FOB ALL COOPBB B DIPS. (.? : 1 ?? j i 08S«m: Commercial Banking Co.'l ! Buildingi, £i«wa-.tr«.t, ALBUBY. IIUL HJI Norwich and London Accident w„ Insurance Association. ; r.- ? '* — — Til# NBW WQBEJOEN'S COMPBH *4vTlON ACT In tore* from l»t JULY. *Jl-lla«M of ffltPLOYSiBB «r« I,t*bl. fat ANY ACCIDENTS *nd INDUS- i...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

[?] pIMtt^^^Wough, F.G.&ictard- 'i^SMX^Mtclhvfly. QpnmitUe:' Mm fl*me»t)obncy And Ditchfield. ' .j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

^^^%ip:|raDE;:RIVER.:: -] » t Above^umTOr iweL 1 ; ? ;«?;;;.- ; ???'-? u. Thursday. 1 Wagga, v.- -*??? j »-?'.». .?». 2ft.' j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE BIG UNION. OBJECTIONS BY POLICE AND FIREMEN. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

ONE B|0 UljltON. : OBJBCTIONS BY POLICE AND' I V';.$XBSMEK.:.' ' ' . ' - . SYDXEY, Thursday; . Xo official nqtification of flie ;4(!Cisioa ! of the . One Big ' Union Conference . to i.neludc'm its ranks police and firciuou has been received liy (lie representatives !f citlicr; ot ilnise-. Jjodips. /It^is stated ;tliere-aro stJ-ong oljiectioiis li.v the police to -joining. Midi a ttliioii. Thev hold the iipiuion that jt is ji dangerous oiganisa (Sou as tar as peace #id prosperity are couei-rncd. . Jt iw beliVved the pei'iuauen' ?staff of -tlie ifetropolitaii Fire ]!ri(;.idc also-will-have-uothing to :do with tne scheme.*.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED ENGLISH TEAM. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

PROPOSED ENGLISH TEAM, I, JjOSDON, Thursday. |' Siarj-lcbo.nc C.C. Board of Coa . Hoi, is to meet 011 February 6 to con sTder sending a «tcaui to Australia - under LordTiawke.- It is aiinpjincc j [that the - «iil}ta'ty authorities ,L6o not ; objccjjo tlir \-isit. ' ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE INCOME TAX. MINISTER EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

STATE INCOME TAX. MUTIBTfiE EXFLAXK6: Owing to some misconception as to the effect of the recCht alteraiion in tho' Iricomo Tax Act, it 'being: feared by some tax-layers that they will have to pay for a ox months' period twite .over, Mr, J, C.'L. Fitzpatricbj Treasurer, has had . the following definite statement prepared toy air, wiuaaon, income Tax Commissioner: — ? 1,7 : ; ;: ' 'A', taxpayer now making his 101S [ income return -.for State purposes, ' nejefl not; include 'tlie periodnTnly 1 to' Do. «cmbcr-31, at all. 'Itis discretionary with him /as. -to whether he will furnish the -department with a Tcturn'from July 1, 1917, to Juiie 30, 1918, or Svhcther. he shall make' a return based on the income earned or derived 'during- the year January- 1 .to December 31J 1918, and should be de termine on the latter, he may; at far lis; the 1 department is - concerned, coutinpe' making returns on the latter basis for all time. ? .? :i. '. '. 'It should not be. lost $ight ftf that, waking th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

PERSONAL. . ..; . iiv. .1,' Demyicy, Tootool, re eel ved not ire vesferday - that his son, Private -i. M. i)empsey, of the 1st Bat tnlion, left England on Dei-ember 12, .1918,. per . transport Nestor, and will laud ' jn Melbourne probably on tlie 24th inst ? 1 -1''. _ J. .Jircniy, .of. W;igj-a, lias re eeiviyl. -\Yord^ff(Uttr Sir, Cyril Miueliiu that , his brother, , Corporal N. B. Min ehii, of :tho 42rtf Battalion, is retuni ing.t--T Australia by , tilt transport Leices tershiri^, ivngiand ou Decem ber 9,' 39isV 'an«l 'is espteted to arrive oii .Tflmiary ;2:t. TPIOj ' ' ' . -tPri6t to ;'the, J l;oinii!enceiiient of tlie hiisineiss jO£ tlie ^\\ agga';. Council last night,' Aid. Vj'.. l)oimeyr-4iie chair man,. said tjiat since the council had; 'lasT'i'iifet1:tfe Vo\-Mf -«as the' poorer by the loss of a eejit.leniaii (the late Mr. thAc. 'a ' 'Tramlrcr- dt: (years. i3'l)g;4e??«6«.4,)W?.' j'®' .4iigheJt-; esteem My 'Vie coiWagues 'Si' tlie council, as well as by the people .01. Wagga. '...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERE TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

«^plFLES. By 'CHIFFONNIER.' ' The sKaidptv ,^ofJ Bolshevism looms large upQJJ 'HhpVpseh'iiimarics of the Peace Conference. ?The nations sit in the council room, They face their task through, the mists i' - of doubt ? ; - ; iTUey strain jtheir'earkifor tlie whine or 'doom; 1 ' ?For the red wolf slavers without. .He sejids his call o'er the bloody snow, , Iiis kindred flock at the tang. of, prey: Bj*; the 'patter off feet .the council .imir ' ? ' ' 1 ' 1 - Tlie'red wolf 'scents bis day. iVill they, wait til! deep the teeth of ' ? the pack - ' . Strike hprfCj find the dreadful /east ?'? b'egijis,' v' .,'1 Till the earth runs fed and- Time tnrns back, And' the fattened red wolf grins? Or venture forth while the pack is small, And conquer the prowling beasts that wait, '? Ere. the whole tribe answers the h\int ' ing call . ! Of the red wolf at the gate? Qne man in Europe is in a fair way ?towards earning his daily bread. I refer- to tlie member of the staff oi Paris 'Figaro,* 'whom Mr. H...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELCOME TO SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

WELCOME TO SOLDIERS. A gathering in the Methodist School H'ai: last night, accorded a welcome home- to Corporal ii. Crouch and Bombardier K. .Beildrick. Driver 11. H. Wild, another, returned soldier, now 011 a v i-it to Wagga. was also welcomed. J lie function tooK inc ionn oi a social evening, and ill ad dition to .patriotic choruses, by ^thc company, a sc»n jj .was. sung by Miss Nancy Heydon. who. had to respond to an encore. Miss V. Jilctcher re cited 'Tile. Outlaw of -the- Station.' and Mr. (i. C.- Untlcrfield. Clement Scott'- 'Cavalry Charge. Games were ;-!so indulged in. Speeches of welcome were made by Messrs. H Oates. 1. -j. Fletcher, O. Cannon, and R. Lyons, and Miss Oates also said a few' words, which were lunch ap preciated. The, .Rev: W. S. Doust also tendered a welcome in the name oi the Church. Corporal ; Crouch briefly responded, as did his lather. Mr. E. Crouch.; The hall had been very tastily decorated for the occasion with flags and flowers, while' over the platfor...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH FROM POISONING. WHOLE FAMILY AFFECTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

DEATH FROM POISONING. WHOLE FAMILY AJTECTED. SYDNEY, .Thursday. A cuild named Lonorp Edith Clark, aged 4, died to-day at her parents ' resi dence, Bandwick, from ptomaine poison ing.. The whole family ?beeamc ill after partaking of a mutton and- tomato dinner and were in a serious condition for some time, but the father, mother, and other children are now ont of danger.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL MINERS' DEMANDS. NO INTENTION TO STRIKE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

COAL MINERS' DEMANDS. NO INTENTION TO STBIKE. SYDNEY, Thursday. '?Mr: -A; C. Willis,- secretaiy- of ? theij Australian. Coal and Shale Employees*.] Federation, stated 'to-day tho men had I no intention of striking. He, .aojd, other members of the council were strongly j opposed to any stoppago of a general character. A conference to deal- with ! tho men's demands ; for increased wages will be held next week. -Ho was strongly of the opinion that any differ ences existing in. the coal-mining in dustry could and would be adjusted.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

'fioeheof the ,«aMe nevm on thl» p*g« M'^a ao headeft haB appureA jn ' ' Th* Timea,?' ,%pdi«^*»ble4,toMTheD*l]y Advc(tiwc^«.%y.-tp«cial $em|wl0B. - It thpuIS %«^iwa9ntooa:thtt;^i».wdaiou

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLLUNDRY LAGOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

^avollOndir^ i agoon. The ?Wollun.dry Lasobil .- yjiproye- meiit coniinittec snfmnttcd the follow ing ^refcpii^itcndatioh '.'at ^ast: flight's ineetiii^:-6f .;thc - council That the hedge.froirting 't lie ;,cricfcet, -ground in 'Bolton.;Firk-l)e.tliiniied out, .iiid that cut jqut; lllBt ul! logs, ctc.. iii tlie \\ ollun ^y .lia^Sn' wllich -have become vis WlV'^il^lto' .the %wcri)^ y-'of .'tiic ;Watcr'ltvel. lie removed ; '^iat; prompt 'ftps -h e ^t aken' t o ' pr e vfc-i t , i 11 r 1 1 1 e r damage Io the enjiahknieii'tt.recently, inadei-ii'iV Wollun'dry. ' Ave.rtlie; that enquiries be made iroiu tJ)e';,Pcpart 'inerit^f Agriculture, 3'ej-tli, ;%#. .to the suitability of 'flpweriiig gtitiis for planting 111 this flimate; thatfa hedge DC pjanieu aiuiig ..inc. usjiis-sucvi frontage oj' tlic pplice properly; that tendcrs be' invited 'for 500 cijl^f va'rds of filling far the. depression ^iong the Baylis-strcet itoiitage of tlieii police property, tfroni .tiie present i?a!ss 'plot to the ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

mm council, j Tlio usual foHiiiglitly meeting of the Xfigjfi &unieit)jir. iOounoil' was held tyt night, thorp hnlufc present: Aldermen T. Dobtwsv, .V. RootVj J, T. O 'liogaifij ,1.,K. O'lteilly, F. C. Steliwny,.B. F. Moiri, Tl. J. Cunningham, R. J. Hurst,.!. Cnll'on the ahkcacei- ' vt ? 'th? . Mayor, . 'Aid: Ttobncy was voted to. tlie chair. ( T^itlbn. . ?jJir jvstitioii. w#«,r«'d-from Mcshr. .1, C. 'Blarney, J.AivflorsW, J. .G. Roberts apd.cight other residents and ratepayers ( of Fos-stroet, asking that, without de* Jay, the footpath there be' asphalted be- - tWeen Morgan ami Kdwavd-strecis, and a channel be formed; also tliat tlir road way lie re-formed. The petitioners «? , plained (hat during the winter months The top part of Fox-street, was at times impassable,! 'They also stated they had preferred a similar request eighteen months ago. when the necessity for the work was admitted Iiv the council, but. that nothing hail as vet been done. — Referred to the. works commit...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUDITORS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919

~ AUDITORS* REPORT.. ' the report of the auditors, Messrs. G. ll.TRoxbiirgh* ami I!^ C. AXaljn sley. ^ ion iht 'Vffairs 'oi the Wagga Xouncil iti r the ball - v ear cii d e-l June- 30 last, was -read at last night's jnecting. They cCrliiied tha) the iiouks and ric couiits 'had been -very' -^ell kept', and they were pleased to' -say' jlfe-A office. j vvorK was up 10 oaie. .15 10 tue ar rears jof 'rates.,1, although the aggre gate amount ,ol thSse^— iudicated a lnarked iiiiprovenie-nt in comparison 'with the- peribd June jo. 1^1*7. ' there were sliil ntimberof io'ng-qutstaiid. in.a accounts aniotuif 'the ^cr.sonal ac couuis iij the gas, sanitary abd watir supply departments, which, if good; should be collected witliout further delay. - or; iif bad, 'slioiild be written off.' . Tlic.iepprt j.vas jcierrc-d, .to the Fiiiairc'eCoiiiinitte'e.' '

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