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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

Is Jfjl minimises the risk of failures ami ensures for its users the light- a Tyli est. most templing and most easilo digested Cakes, Scones and 3 . flft Pastry. i ?Ii ii ' IRELAND'S . | 111 ' ././.,V. TEA 1 1 * i] fjlf reduces the household Tea hill— being amost economical tea of j 1 j ? tHi ? wonderful strength ; a tea that delights AhiT wiris favor wherever 9 ! '? Iran' itisterved. 1 ! II ' IRELAND'S - . , 1-' Iff JELLY CRYSTALS f ] ?; jflf en economical Summer risr. sen, which is at l/je same time delect- J I i 5 Or. able, whole some, pure and good for poa. j^ou have choice from ] 1 ' 391 e'^t flavors. ' q Rffll The J. Ireland Ltd. Ic.hvl is the. ?nark of first quality. j i ; . IS] ?« Insist onvour greei r giving you ' lrelat:ds.'\Hold evergivhere. 3 j Mf IRELAND, LTD. - NEWCASTLE 3 L; SL PATRICK'S COLLEGE, 60UL6UBN. Under the Patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. J. Gallagher, »' :A: BEUlSTEUED undtr th» BCESASY ENDOWMENT Att of NSW 191S ? ' ✓ | ' LATEST EEBTJIiTS: ' .'*, X.EAVTNG CE...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD. EXPRESSION OF CONFIDENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD. EXPRESSION OF CONFIDiEWCE. ' SYDNEY, 'Friday. The council of the Commonwealth and State Services Confederation unanimously passed a resolution ex pressing confidence in Mr. J. M. Tay lor, of the Public Service Board, '111 the discharge, -oi Wis* official:- duties, and assuring liini of the loyal support of the. confederation.. ; PERSONNEL; OF NEW BOARD. It is expected flu;' Government will nest week appoint members of the new l'pblie Service Board. There' are numerous applications for tin: position tf chairman. II is believed that tlio two junior members of the lioard will be Mr. L. Williams, Under Seeretary for .Justice, aud Mr. hoyeridge, investigat ing ollieer to the present Board. Mr. Y. A. Coglilan, Auditor -General, ami 'Mi E, B. Harkuess. Under Heeretaiy to the Chief iScci'c'lnry 's Uepartuieiil, are also uientioued.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

AGRICULTURAL AND FAS TORAL NOTES. ?m _ j Tlics'i notes are issued eVery week, under the personal supervision pf the Hon. W. G. Graharae, M.L.Atf. 'MjnSs tcr of Agriculture, and are based mainly on the experience of the De partment. . Should any farmer desire informa tion relevant to his work on the land not referred to in these notes at the time, a query addressed to the Under Secretary of Agriculture, Sydney, will be answered by letter as quickly as, possible. When points of general interest are raised, the reply will.' as far as possible, be repeated in these columns.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PULLITOP VILLAGE. QUESTION OF ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

| vPULLlTOP VILLAGE. ?/QUESTION OF ROADS. . i;.:' ' x. : '.'At yestcrday's-itncttliit' 'of .tlio.Kyc,^ afriba Shire Council, a letter was rc etived from Mr. tjr M'Micking, witli reference to the plan of bis propos ed, township of Pullitop. As all tin; /land surrounding this had been sold, aiid as every block of laud .in the property subdivided had a frontage to the existing : Gbli'criimcnt roads, and the adjoining lands ? also had frontages to 'lliceaiAc roudf.'.he failed lo see why the counctl-slioulil ask liim tp lay out '.additional roads, for-ivhicii there was 110 use. Mr. I-'. K. Stevenson, licensed sur veyor, Sydney, also wrote tbnt lie had received a letter advising tli;U the conncil desired, before 'approving of tlic proposed design for Pullilop vil lage. inai r-;aa?5 sjiohki u c ieu ciiuiuni the. area, aud that lots 6 and 17 should be -eliminated and their place taken by' a road. The surrounding laiuls had been sold under tlic Closer 'Settlement | Promotion -Vet to J. Dough...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING. "PICK THE BEST FIVE." And the Response. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

DAIRYING. /; ? : ? ? . 'PICK THE BEST FIVE.' And the Response. The invitation was extended to visi tors to the National Dairy Show at Columbus, U.S.A., in October last. | Eleven Jcrfev cows were stalled for | the purpose, and every dairy farmer \vh-} considered himself a judge :ind I many who did not essayed to say which they would take for themselves if they were picking on appcaranccs. Each cow had been teste3 with the weight scales and liabcock tester for twelve months and the officials were able to prepare some surprises' for the : knowing ones. s. j The respective records of- the eleven were jojlb. butter fat; 531 lb., 544 lb.) 149 lb., 27ft lb., 179 lb., 417 lb, 4-'l lb., ^75 lb., ^17 lb., 240 !b. A Desirable Cow — on Appearances. The striking thing about the choices made by those who indicated their picks, was that in every case one or more of the poor producers were put well toward the top, while good pro ducers were pushed down to the boc toni. The 149-lb. cow had every app...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAN AND POLLARD. RATES TO REMAIN. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

BBAN A«D PQlLAfiD, BATES 10 REMAIN, SYU^LV, 1 idav ^ J ^ ^ ^ ^ Pr-''0 htaUCL (o tJiaJj, -\\Jule ju to fljaug -contin b^aii&po^. p| ?Go* eminent, ^lioStiiaa l^teii^on -jf lifting tlio pro iHdMinpa fiatcs vjCQ! hian tiud jiollaid 'I JJatsJanalu^ Hie Jsct tjiat iepjp entu . psfto lb -thp Go\oimnen't^ ^ e ^our-mJll6rff ior permlsBiou mi ateieud jho ^-11093 'rniU offol, . 1 » -l v- ? !

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGE AND MILK FLOW. Some Investigations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

' AGE AND MILK FLOW. I Some Investigations. { In Adding a cow or bull to the herd,, it is always necessary to know the age of the animal. Whether the cow is to lie used chiefly for breeding or for miiking purposes, tile ini'ormatior is essential. Ii she is a heifer. . the purchaser inu.-t know what her prob able production will be as a mature aiiini;il, and if she is already mature lie must know bow long he may ex pect her to yield milk in quantity and irood uualitv. ( It is . well to know, perhaps, that there is a somewliat rapid increase in milk production its heifers reach maturity. The fourth milking period corresponds -more or less closely fo the sixih year in the life of the animal, and experiments ? conducted by the University sof Missouri show that cows may be expccted to produce the largest flow 01 itiilk then. At the same time, it- is possible for animals! to makcliieir best records at '.lie ages of ](- or I I years, but that i,s excep tional, which makes it rather difficu...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

sWAGGA TEMPEiRATURES. 1 . jFriday. 1 Maximum *4, ... 85 Mtainjiam ,. ... f. cfi

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY. GRIT AND LIME. Some Popular Misconceptions. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

POULTRY. GRIT AND LIME. Some Popular Misconceptions. The lack of knowledge frequently ] met with about the supply of grit to ! poultry, is t'iie subject of a reference j ?11 the Poultry Expert's current notes, j Many poultry keepers have the idea that as grit is more or less essential to the digestion of food eaten by the birds, any sort oi grit, ironstone, qua/tz or other such substances — wiil do. This, of course, is wrong. In some cases the poultry farmer has read that lime is essential for supply ing shell-making material, and they '.straightway resort to burnt lime — an action |hat is equally wrong. The primary function of grit is to supply shell-making material, and for this purpose none of the sitbstances mentioned is of any use. Ilurnt lime is absolutely 'harmful. Lime in its burnt state should never be given to poultry, nor can the practice of put- 1 ting it in the water be recommended. Sea or oyster shell grit should always 1 he available for laying hens, and there is uo e...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

THE WEATHER* LATEST .FORECAST. . SYDNEY^ F^ilay, JMiie, with rising tciupua.turc and1 anqrilicrJy . winds. 1 . : v; ? - j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGAINST THE SCREEN OF FLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

i&AIWST THE SCREEW OF | ;' FLAWIE. ^f'Going over tl»c ton' is a fearsome daty oi! any hour, l)Ut an attack at has one recommendation — it fuT ids)ies a eeloc effect unsurpassed in v.y.i. ? ? .^Suring the diir we liad fought our AViiy io a riuge,.nnu JI \y«s aiTaugp't tipt nt rniiiniffht fresh 'troops -would j s^bm the positions immediately ahead, i \\'}iife,w0 \veiv to advance through them j ifli.ii second wave and clear the ridge. :' jj^imetnaUy to the appointed second ,tl;4 guns opened with a ringing erash asStiic -flrel wave ot attackers Kwarriied ; jiakt us. . Ahead the barrage was a mov ;ing ecrcen of lieantiful rosy flame; sil Iiojjiettcd against it were the. steel-capped fi'gftres of the assaulting troops. Here there a JiRure dropped out of place 3| |.ho living fretwork as a man was Jiit. ' * ? ? ' ? . ?|8Plic dread splendor of it gripped ine :«4il, with a yell, I, found myself climb itig out, of the shell-hole and moving fpfivard in (lie second ware of the at tiiwf. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

WRi %6fER VEE ttfe* ; CtflNESE DOCTOll atfd ' HERBALIST, '.. stf asoHGE^taaki^ wasr, i s««cey. :'??'?? i Miittiiia iirtrfpt; eseij jfopr, Weeks. jErery: complaint in nialeor fetnilr jakilfuUy and successfully treated. Will Consult fit ALBUBY HOTEL, BAT^iS-STBEET, Newtown, WAitWA. FKIOAT, jPEfcatfARY 7; At' B0KT, THURSDAY, FElJBUABY 6. Conns to n.m. to 6.30 p.» Allraty— 10 fljn. to 8 p.m Practised .wer'SO Years in Australia. Consult by Correspondence. ? NewZeajandLoan and Mercan tile Agency Co., LW. WOOL BBOKEB8 . ! STOCK ft STATION AGENTS, | tuetioii SalM of Stock at Albnry ui) ! Wodonga Alternate Tneailayt | 4r.d Monthly ? at ilowiong Walla -Walla J and Tails ngatta A.GENT6 FOB ALL COOPEB3 DIP0. i Ullices: Commercial Banking Go. 'a -wildings, Elawa-atreet, ALBUBY Norwich and London Acci'dest Insurance Association. tb« NEW WORKMAN'S COJfPBN SATJON ACT in force from lai JtJJ jX ? Ul daacesl si EMPLOYERS are Liable, for ANY SCCIBENTS £nd INDUS fBIAL DISEASES ottrrrrjnjr to ihtrr SlfiP...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

Chtmi»t» ill th« '06auDbBw*»3tk ; ! 'Hauaen's Ehennfattc fiemedy' Everybody i* ialkug ?bouVU, . Qom pletely rid* the syit«m oi T)ri# Aeifl a,nd restores ihe lest tone of the KID- ; NEYS. Tit# pain of SSE0itATI8W: relieved *ft-? » few (taMt,. Ib bottl#* 6/6, from EANBEIf, Chemlrt, idlKTT, Or ' Mr. AndeKon, €h«ini*V1R-Sfc*. Mr. i'Tiedlieb, Chemist, Albury. . Mr. Trivett, Cbomist, Cooinnion. tlr.' Ballhausen, Cnensiet, ,Coot»jnu*3ri, M-. Duval, *h«miati, Naraiidcra. Mr-, Matheraon, Chemiat/JJune*, Mr. George, Chemist, Iiockhirt. HANSEN'S * 'SPECIAIi 8B333 OIHTMENT?' 1-E ACHES the Spot for Eczema, old j Sitin Diseases, Cuts, Bains, Pimplee, Blackheads, Mouse Plague, Varicose Dleer, etc. it is a bona-fide remedy for | all SKIN troubles and the public are demanding it. In. Large Pbts 2/6, Bald everywhere or from . - BAJSrSBN, Chemiit, Htnty.- _ Headaches, Giddiness, Giariness ABE CUBED WITHOUT D150GS OB COLOBED SPECTACLES BY E, REMEZ The Well-known OPEOIEBTBtST, A.O.C., C.8.A., DOCXOB OF ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HUN FIENDS. ESCAPED PRISONER'S ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

THE HUAI FIENDS. ? _ ESCAPED rSXSOKEB'S ACCOTOTT. Tbe iuiimrun -and fiendish treatment r.f Rritifh prisoners in Germany -was j dewriheJ l-y Major Fox, B.S.O., at the ! American Luncheon Club. ] jra.jor Fox, who escaped after two vravs'ninl 10 months' cautivitv, said: ''The brutality is no action of any particular group or class of the Ger man community. It is a system de viscd and encouraged by the German nigh Command, 1-ut all Germans join in it eagerly. After being a prisoner ;of the Huus I could never take a Ifun by the hand again. I foel that I es ' eaped not from a civilised nation, but | from a nation possessed. . ) 'When I was taken, a wounded Brit jish officer wlimn I was carrying was i 'imvnueted and, killed bv a German sol dier. The first Hun officer I met spat in my face. I was. in a cattle truck for 24 days and then placed in d camp in Westphalia, where petty persecution, liad been reduced to a exact silence. 'I tvas caught trying to escape and thereafter treated like a ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

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Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

l' X 1 : ? f I K-/' /A. j I A 1 & IF -'ou desire stylish I * / | ^dignitj? which di|^ip|g(ilslies i | elegaiiee and gooditpe from | ? t I tliegatish anii ^ fon|ilicf then | , $ I y oil will appreciate|h£~refitte- | f P merit of Henderson Hats. ' i ' | J 1 They have the necessary iouch of' p ' *1 . P 4!diic' they ai-e unusiialiy. well made | ) r and have a wonderful Imputation: | £ ~ for fitting comfortably on alraostj jg f I everylicad. §j ? jfji. 5. . Dcsigtsod aad mads in your wa'-«KiRTiy. 'jS ^ | ^cc thcai at Leading Mi^rtiKtyDcpjrtmcnts. II-' ! m\ ^1 , j: ;f HEifflSITES, Single BHJ DojK6 ]-arrcl GUIvTS lfe£l 'ifaum BAYUS AMD MORROW STREETS, WAGGA. :; B4. v. |lv ^ fiOLAK/JJERYE A-*D BKAJN TOXIC restores lois of nerve power' aud gg&» ; ^qy»S!Fja^US IK,piGEsroON;jQP1iE;-urcs sflnr::'^mlHaIili«»rttan5,:;ayB ^^KSMli^rfcpepwa -anil finally stomach ? trouble);.:— 3/. . .,'v'V.., g^^p^S^fiPBME-'HbOSy .CURE'wUl rep^TcTihipWost oljsUiiatp.carn In.a few days: — 1/.. Pf^5v,-...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUAIL AND DUCKS. OPEN SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

QUAIL AND DUCKS. ^ OPEN SEASONS. 'V ~J \ Tlie open seasons for quail, ducks, a«il other Wris were declared In the 'Opv- ? v crunieut Cazctte ' uu Wednesday, Janu ory 0, WI9. . ' Quail.. Tlie open scaspus for quail in lire mrtrnx . dlit'rietsViif ttii. - State -are as follow: — ' Albury, Guiitlaga5, NEl'andcr:i, Tuuiut ' * . : and Wagga; polite districts: Open «' February 1 and close oh July 31in each' year. . - ? .; Balranald, Batliurst, Jlijigara , Bourke, . . ' Brenarrina, Broken 11 ill » IJusrowa, ? Carcoar, Cassilis, -^hary -Uouuabarabr:iii, Coonamble, Cootatnuudlra, Cowra, 1'e niliquiu, Pubbo, l^rbee, Grcjifcli, .Gun nodali, Hartley, Hay, llillston, Men'm 4ie, Mitchell, Moama; J^oloug, MorccJ; : ? fluugee, jaurruruuui, -:jiitjaivt:-w«.vy^. «rtd Mertuii. Karrabri - NyugSu, Ori»us§, f Bylstone, Scone, Tamworth, Tcmora, Witigett, Wfttialda, Warren, Welliug- , , i»'u, AVcnt worth, Wy along and, Young ' l«Uce districts: Open on $oso. ou. July 31 iu each year. r'| Borriinai Bomliala,...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER AUCTION TENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

AFTKH AUCTION TENDER.' At Crown Lauds Office, Tumut:. Oc- ?: cupation license of -SOftD acres, parish of Peppercorn, couuty of Buccleucli, is uow available for after-auction tender v at up eet annual rental of £3 0/8 per : r: scctiou uf C40 acres. ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWN SETTLERS ON ACTIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

CROWN SETTLERS ON ACTIVE SEUVLCE. Au additional regulation under the. CrQivit . Lauds Consolidation Act 1913 ? has hecir gazcltcd. Jt provides that where ?« application form is re quired to be signed on a declaration ; made -.by a Crown settler , who is absent 011 active, service, it. may be performed by a person authorised by the settler. The application must be . accompanied by a certificate of the Naval or Military authorities that the Holders is absent oiv service, aud one by ilic authorised person that lie has not received notification of the rc v.ocatiou pf the authority. i

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS GROUP PURCHASES. AREA No. 4 (TARCUTTA). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

SOLDIERS GROUP PURCHASES, j. ??fAR'EA Ko. 4 (TARCUTTA). 1 .'Land District of Wagga and Kye ariiba Shire. Of the 36 blocks origin ally thrown open all have been tenta tively allotted, excepting Nos. 9, 1 - and 12 (Parish of Obcruc), and- No. -3 il'ariisli-ofiKcajura). ' .\

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