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SWIMMING SPLASHES. OUR BATHING FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

[?] OIJR BATHING FACILITIES^ ' ?' T:. i: ' M-'-.' -;t'. . Tlic decisioU'ofiiicAyagga.,Cfliinc'il:; On Thursday evening to cmpowct- ttie Lagoon .Committee,' Aldermen Cullen and O'RegSn, ii- %o iiitcf: the matter ,:of hathiiig. facijities/ and snend tm to £so for this ijufuose will receive the endorSemeh't oi tli: majority of the tovvriqieople.'; f The value of the river^t Wagga. ab^jatir. ' ing resort has pcHiaps beeu! better |l-)jrcciated tliis suinm^'^than'-duriiig any previous seasons Tligre 'ij.aks reason why our beach should.not re ceive the same amount, of patronage and enjoy a similar measure of popu- i larity every summer as is-.-pbtainiug ; this year. . The oft-repeated statement that natural advantages are seldom ap preciated or developed might with a good measure of truth be applied to Wagga 's bathing resorts.. There a good sheet of water, several excel lent ? sloping beaches and one par ticularly line feature 011 the bathing reserve — a hard, pebbly bottom. The 1 current...

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

BUSILY ; EDMONSON'S iEK SALE. STftRrs: TO-DAY. STARTS TO-DAY. ? - -Kigiif fliroiigliout the great four years ' jvar^struggle, »?«- iu common ivilli all oiliur Progressive {Jliues, -were forcod'.tt) . keep out- stocks tip to lijgh-water ?iuai-lt, but we loaliso that HOW . tlic-' tiiae has eoiae to consideiably reduce 'the itoeks on haiifl1, so down go the prices iu bvdefto shift the goods, Xt's your, onuoituiliiy. Ai'JT-.KOW, I'(3.H SPOT CASH OKLV, ; ? : v- ' v^uai Sa* I ' ' ? ; ? , ?' ? - 1 Price. 3 'lice. ' jjou&fes-. ak^ffcljUNNO-. L . ? v.- «: J/0. 1/3. SHU^CABii'OKaWJjl&tyQ,',. . -?: .... l/«. 3A ^FOl^AU^bU^B^O^LUKG ... .. .. .. .. J/11.. ]/fi. :U^3LEAC3I1C1-: TOWELS .... Ut-'j.. r..: J/. lOid. ; . ' ., ' '. ? j, -v; -'?' -«_v -» - ?; » . -* . . J/(i. lfo, i ; . 1 ; . ' 1 - ?: x -?; '? ?: * * ? ? -?..?» ?? 3/y. 1/0. i.: .V ... ... 3/1.1. 1/8. ' 'LARGE U'if IS! -TO WliliS «. ... 2/3. 3/10. I.. BJ' '» : ., ... -.'-y .. ?? ?? -/H- -2/4- WIT1TK CATaOPj'aMire aii'it s...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RIVAL TO STEEL. MERITS OF ALUMINIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

A RIVAL TO STEiU ' . . V .. MERITS OF ALTJMINIOM. '' i Dr. W. lioceuiiain, iu a London a'd- ? dress ou 'Aluniiuiiuu and JtS'AUoj?,' B ivaid tli^t aluminium alloy was 'not a V G'-Tmau uiouopolv. A Zcppcliu frame- * work had' a tensile strength ot SS tons I to 1ho square lueli, but^tltis -w?5 JiO.t ft (food as the eombiuatiou of llghtntu with high strength that coulij. be ]iro :diiced in Great Britain. Comparing; stye! having a tensile strength of 28 tou3,lo the square iueli with pure aluminium of 7 tons strength to the square inch, lie said that the length of a verticil bar of steel that could just carry its own weight would be JS.OOW't., and ('f aluminium 14, 000ft., but with allovitne length of the aluminium bar would bi: extended to 30,000ft. . 'i' In large structures like bridges' .t'ne weight of the structure whs so greaj .that the weight of a train was almost negligible, but the point came y.-htrc tkt sjjan could only just carry itself,'. and, iu comparison with steel. -the lig...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUN HORSES. THEIR PART IN THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

[?] THEIR ^PARTiiM There is none who cjui ^rcjoicc over . t'lie gcal vrktory in' .^laUdcrs like ^ those who Jtnpwj' tltc jilapc ip. :^c strewii beastly day's of the last w'ih-itf. tcrs.', Even to realisC'tbitt'the Stra'ni'.'S ' smother of inud pn.;the.JI's^fiie voJ0. ghastly routes is a cdmfort'hyrdViu appreciate by those who. haye -not been there, ' What days and nights lot * iui^frjJ they, were for the-transport. -Shtlled on the roadsi at night, shelled; oiij t^f' lilies by day, and bombed wi^!i©jit . ceasing.-' it was 'a stout, c^uiuc jieairf.i. and a sturdy equine frame that, came through it all and saw1 sucbesi-iv*'' summer sun s'liine agaiii On 'the'.gldw ' of his new coat. To see your horse go through -b'^ barrage of battle make^ your : Ijeaft ache. Tliev arc so ^'ijling ^nd.-tlftjjr , iiearts arc so stout, and .yet, after -all. under stress of danger^ they are*nl6rtf, like big intelligent children than. tJU*-1 thcug else. They - look -to : you w'' protection aiid you pity 't...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL VACANCY. MR. H. GATES RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

Municipal vacancy. f jf J tt ^dAXSS KETUBNED. % J^'ga, Cornel causoft l)y^ic.'fleaih^i ithc late Alr.cv : lttaivSToliu*GrA}i^|S^teprth two ean-'J dldate* ? for 3Ir. Hugli j Jionmia- I 11. Oaleo

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

[?] m r{ J j! ; j 1 1 / Mt Maey^/jWoiu. has swout lu }«s Urday as Minister for- Customs Mr-'Vofmleto', ivlettrical: scugiaeej' ? l« tho A|b«rvL%tlotitotil,-.ajid i ciigiii.-!er.-iii- ..lihrir^bf ;ft\te^&U&A0Wl01!lYlC 'ScllOttK! HI toufs^of 'OT(^tl«6.V has J)ieh 1 SehJe tcAJ o proceed' to England us' idvijsor oii-miit.-1' I crs mpperf n|niu£:to, the luture of Oiuc .. . .» Thb'ostajtbVof ''MIC Jute Francis F»y. jnorcliantj 'ias 1)00,1 yaluiid for probute at ' Among- the. legacies n re sliawjfij'lli the company, to various cm ptojHSW^jiTtfc^rtllj-oJt 'th« -.«rtate is Ictt 5n tota^ifprtibja Ijontfit of Jus widow. sous .-aid ?daojgfctcra.' Mrr aJid.Mrs. .1', H.. Redhead. ot --ur- ?vood-stiVL't. have received ji cablqi/ront 'CStahife .This may apply to tfiltot?ir-'J)Otllt'P£. their sous, Sergeant Mark^R^ltctid VoV^Farricr-Sorgcaut J. W.'Sc^Wa^i';' : :'. ? ??Mr.'' Ai Rbdsirau:, aii'ofticcr of the. State luco'me'.vTax Department, ? is visHingi;&&ggi'-'nt*the ...

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

PILES CURED. Piles rarely kill, but tliey cause con stant torture. This is especially true ?ill the case of those who are ever so slightly constipated. Piles can be quickly and permanently cured, without ! jiain, cutting or detention from busi ness. This lias been proved in tbous-:: aiids of cases in both sexes, and of all ! agos, aud in the very worst as well as' in ordinary eases. No one. who lias not suffered- the torments of itching, pain ful and bleeding piles, can appreciate for a moment tbe marvellous sense of ' relief that follows the use of Doau's Ointment, Go at once and get a pot of this ointment; it will end your suffer-'' wigs- - | Mr, J. H. Bradley, bootmaker, Peter- ! street, Wagga, says: — 'For four years I suffered agony vvitli itching piles. Dur- , ing the whole of this period I was never free from tliem. The annoyance and ir- j ritation were dreadful, especially at night time or in warm weather. During the .tiiuo I was bad I tried every pile rvinvuy i neuiu uj , u...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRAYFISH HAULS. WHAT THE TRAWLERS HAVE SHOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

CRAYFISH HAULS. j WHAT THE TRAWXERS HAVE SHOWN. Jici'ontlr nioii t ion li;is boon mn-k' of tho fact tbat tlio Stato tiawlorfr h:iw. on many occasion?, taken or lobsters iu the trawl not. Tlio number of hauls iu \yliu-h this fins ' edible crustacean have boon report*1'! ! indicates h fact not previously Known, namely, a very wide dispersal of the organism over areas far removed frcm rooks. Always, previously, it had -been Jciiowii as a roek-frequontin^ animal, siud it comes as rather u surprise. thiTet'oro, that many should htive been taken iu deep water on bottom** of Kfiiid, or sand and mud. ,^r'' The kind1 taken far is the common cray/is»li '(known technically j'jilni urus hugelii). No very laryo ones li.'ivo been taken, but «11 of thos-o so far taken have been of it tine marketable size, and would average about 1:11b. in weight. Mr. 8tead considers that the discov ery of the'cvnytUh over thc*e wide areas j on the ocean floor indicates a lnn-h greater abundance of the crustacean t...

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

We- Murdoch Tailored % fYou can't do belter— that's certain. Because Murdoch Tailoring gives you all you desire in smartness and style— and more than you expect in value and quality. This is a good time to prove it — Now right on the threshold of the New Year— realise the economy of i ? - A MURDOCH yTil/ Suit-to-Measure / l/i These suits are tailored from a fine range of English and Australian Tweeds, in up-to-date designs and popular shad ings. ' Every garment fits faultlessly and you have this un failing guarantee, ' Money back if suit fails to please.' PT Send Your | Order To-day i} Write for hunch o/J J patterns. Fill in coup on now. , Other Murdoch 1 Suit -!o- Measure prices are, 84s, DESK v Messrs. Murdoch's in Park Street Ltd., Sydney Please forward patterns of Summer Suit ings at. ...... .Suit-to-Measure, with tape and self measurement form. IfAME.- ? ? ADDRESS ? A MURDOCH PANA- ' MA WILL PUT YOU [1I& '? Mpaj RIGHT AHEAD and right in pocket, too. w&jfr Here's...

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

Ait ACHING BACK. -? An- aclung back is^nstautly.^-tlioved'. by au ajipUeatiott fJf.ClmuiberJaiu^s^wti; Balin- .^If woll rubbefl iu-iT.Jienetra^es. through the skin^^elieves ^fcongestion, End givcB permateat «t wellas .ttmpor-! sry nlntisr Sold svwyvtlteire,1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPLOSION IN BELGIUM. ALLIED SOLDIERS KILLED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

EXPLOSION IM BELGIUM. allied soldiers killed , IjONDON, Friday, : . Renter « -Brussels leoricsjiojidcntl stales. Ujj(t''a petrol' -wflggpn at A waj station ekplodert SiN: llrltjshj 'SoldierS- Wore hurtled to dcatli.4;jana^1 fiftyiStnoueljtjnjured.-.vA^nunihcr-of Frcncjiwcn^'were - killed snd a . large a nftrol??r injured. 4 j -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA SOLDIER HONORED. LANCE-CORPORAL LINDSAY IRVING, M.M. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

WAGGA SOLDIER HONORED. LANCE-CORPORAL LINDSAY IRVING, M.M. On Thursday -.'Sir., and . Mrs. J. Irving. Fitzliardihge-sircct, Wagga, received the following communica tion : — '.Headquarters, , jjrd Battalion, November 13.' jQi8.~The 'following is, an extract *fvbm Houtinc Order N'o. 54;, dated 6/U/18:— Lnder autlionty of '-His 'Majesty the King, the' Field Marshal . commanding-in-chief ; has awarded the following decoration. Military Medal; , to 1410, Driver (Lauce-Cbrporal) -Lindsay Irving, for conspicuous couragc , and devotion to duty during the operations from Sep temher to Octobcr 3, near Rony, Lance-Corpor.al Ir\ing did exception ally good Work-in maintaining liaispn ' between 'headquarters and the regi m^ntalwtransport. On three occas ions he visited. battalion headquarters.., and on learning -the new location of the battalion reported to the transport/ ofticer. and guided the transport to Within 500 yards of tin: front line and j thus ensured hot food and supplies reaching .th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEDINA CAPITULATES. MAHOMET'S TOMB INTACT. CAIRO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

MEDINA -CAPITULATES. MAHOMET'S TOMB INTACT. (Kcnter.) CAIHO, Friday. The Holy City of Medina has capitu lated to King Hussein under the terms of the armistice, with Turkey. The de lay in bringing the garrison into com nliancc was duo to their long isolation*: necessitating permission of the inter change of special communications with Constantinople. ? The (sacred ch&ractcr of the city icsi dereA'it incninhcnt to secure its capitu lation by arrangement, not , assault. Moreover, the Turks- used the great mosque as their chief ammunition depot * 'and- not a single shell could he' thrown into the position without risking (he . destruction' of ' the prophet's tomb. : Emir Abdulla, representing the King ' of the llcdjaz Ainbs. entered. Medina J on January 13 and v.as welcomed with j enthusiasm.- lie proceeded to the. tomb j of tho prophet. Where he offered mid- 1 day prayer;

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

OBSTRUCTIONS ON PUBLIC fiOADS. -''oiiip)iiuts are being received tliat in and around, tlic Mitch(# and Kve amba Shires, the roads 3^ 'many jilaeSs arc being lemjei'ed daugerfiiij .by the Collv 'oL sonic 'persons^ Icaying -pbstmc- tiniiR'on them. ;ln maiiy'cases' trees h'aye Sieeii cut doVw aud left where they foil,' completely obstructing traffic. ' Xot only tliis, hilt -they a re a '-serious danger to life and iu & few,instantes;fatalities have been narrowly averted.- . jThe authorities slionlj lay Ihomsclye's. out to convict- siicli offenders. TVhcre liees' nests have bec^ found these per smiE,' in addition 1o other vanfl.i Vism . have trespassed on private .lands* thus committing another offence, beiides vio. lating the Local Government Act. In the- Lake Maoqnarie Shire, near Xcw castlej recently, a motor car was smash, cd through similar circumstances and a woman On pfevloiii occasions offenders here ? have been leniently treated, but if is hoped tli.it drastic j penalti...

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

HEALTHY WAGGA. ?At-tlie last meeting '-.of the AVagga Council Aid. Cunningham - referred with satisfaction to the rcp.ort of the health' inspector regarding notifiable diseases. He specially referred to the statistics given for the four years. showing that only nine cases of typhoid fever had occurred during that period. All should be proud of this information, especially in - view of the overcrowded state of many dwelling5 in the town. It was a wonderful record and very pleasing, Tlie chairman endorsed . what had hip'n said by Aid. Cunningham. Only a .few years ago it was common ro read in the Melbourne papers that 'typhoid fever had again broken out iii Wagga.' He hoped the same prominence would be given to the town's 'freedom from thai dreaded disca'se. . ? .-

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

EIRE ALARMS. . j AW. F,' C, Sieni\'a-S'4it; ^ -la'sl. '^i^eting of. iJrc'AVagj^P|3bu^iiy|lTir: l lerjfcd to /t-| ^drital^M^tttjTO^datiferV jng a sj'Steinyjy ii««il|BJW|fcll|jS^ ' location 30f:a?jire uiight-'Jie .ittdij^iteii r simultaheotisU-. «-it1i theVsouSdiihifet.of.j the atarin:: lie ipid ii^ouid a good deal of- anxiety 'if tliis could f)C [done, and would alSo be of aiss'istanci: j I to . Jirpmen themselves. jThc 'j Icliait-niatj. (Aid. Dojii^l.siiid thejsuh. jeet -hatl tiecu disctWscd vfcars ago and various suggestions, had been made,, but nothing had conic of them. After, further discussion it wat' suggested the ? introduction of a ? system that would, have the desired effect might he arranged . by interviewing ' the officer in charge of the Wagga Fire Brigade, and the Town Clerk was deputed to do this.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONFERENCE AND PRESS. DISCUSSION BY ALLIES. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

CONFERENCE:. ANP PRES§ij J DISCUSSION' BY.' ALLIES; ^ ' T - - ~ PAJRIS, Friijlay^y Prciident Wilsoli, the Prime istcrs and Foreign Secretaries of the Allies discussed the relations of the contcrcnce and the press. They re-' ferred the matter to a meeting of the press and tne .-Ulicu associaiea Oovcrnments this aitenioon ior interchange of views concerning future methods. It was dccidcd that the Governments mutually exchange the latest information regarding 'Rus- sia, with a view to a joint examina tion of the f|uestiou.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE PEACE TABLE REPRESENTATION OF DOMINIONS. SIMILAR STATUS TO SMALL NATIONS. PRESIDENT WILSON OBJECTS. PEACE CONFERENCE. DOMINIONS' REPARATE REPRESENTATION. OPPOSITION BY PRESIDENT WILSON. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

AT THIS PiSAC® TABLI1 ' * - -i v/r'/ « t ^lEPRESEhfAUON OF DO^iNIONS. , . f ? ? ? _ ?**, ? ^liuR *si( smIIItions, iifte PEACE CONFERENCE. DOMINIONS' REPARATE REPRESENTATION. ?* OPPOSITION' RY PKES1DF.XT ' WILSON'. ' PARIS, l'ridav. '1 Tlic principal delegates removed to-day to the Quai d'Orsaj-, where a .discussion, particularly of the extent of the reprccsnlation of small Powers and the ' independent representation for British Dominions took placc. During tlie morning tlic Imperial War Cabinet met at the llrilisli delega tion's headquarters, where Mr.' Lloyd George reported yesterday's discus sions ami took the Dominions' mis sioncr's' views. Jt appears, froni yes tcrday's discussions, that , Prcsideitf i Wilson strongly opposes the - lio-^ minions' appearance as small nations, j and is forcing considerable oppo- j sition.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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M'ALISTER MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

I M'AIISTEE memoeial. A wclhatlenjcd'einil. enthusiastie meeting of - the M'-Aliitcr Memorial Race Mceljng CjOiumilte.c was held in tlic MniTuinbid^qe. Turf f -bib's oflicc' last nvefiitig, Mr. A,, ft. Chandler pre siding. The objoct-qf the race meet.-. ing is to rai6o a fund as a memorial to the late M-. 1. M'Alister. who for many years v.ns secretary of the racing clubs in-Wagga jhkI n-as closclv identi jitd with turf matters generally. -The , fixture was set down for March lfi ana' ipjiroval of that date -vas rcccivcd from the Southern District Baring Associa tion and A.J.C. committee. It was da cided that the programme consist of five events and the total prize money he £85. thence for/gentlemen's tickets, including three ladies, Was tired at £1 1/, for gcjitlemcn only 10/, and for ladies 2/6. A circular is to be sent to cliib members, horse owners, trainers aud sportsmen 'generally, enlisting their co-operation.,8nd support, for the meet-, big:'. Miss ;B. LdughUn. has kindly of...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGGA LITERARY INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

WAGGA LTTEEAEY INSTITUTE. I A special geiieral meeting oi the ! Wagga Literary Institute was held last eycuiiig. at .the -institute for the pur ! pose of confirming a resolution passed at a previous meeting, Mr. 11. K. Mit rhelmbre jireside.l and there were also present Messrs. E, Kerfoot;:'j; ^Saunders; K. 43: Fictt. \V. G. ,H»thnr4i(i^.;f^'5 ; crtR, ,T. K. O'-Bc^lly, JI. llvvncs, J. If.1 Skudder, A. G Eeid and H. J\ Jloin. Mr. K. G- Flett moved aud Mr. Saun-' dcrs Eccondcd. ' That the ' snbjohied Msolutio.il which was passed at a meet ing of SBbscvihers toil ISfcenibnr 27, 1918, be and the same , is liciyby con firmed:— 'That the- trustees of the Wagga. Literary Institute be and they arc hereby' authorised-- and empowered to mortgage tlic lands of the jnstitntt ! referred lo iii Crown grant' registered volume M-'i. folio l-lo and -volume SSI), ; folio 217, dated respectively October 27, 1S§0. aud August 7. 1SSS, up to the «mn of £1700, .with interest thereon cal culated at the rat...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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