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NEW HEBRIDES NATIVES. CONDUCT CAUSES PUNITIVE EXPEDITION. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

NEW HEBRIDES NATIVES.. CONDUCT CAUSES PUNITIVE EXPEDITION. '.' BTDNET, Friday. ' ; 'Rpceiifly /the conduct of a tribe of natives iu Maleckula Island, Kcw T^ehrides, .bccanicjio'tlircat.cninRthat it wasTthought^ advisable to - send' a British .warship on 'h .? punitive ex pedition- HiM.A.S.'.L'na Was at once detached:, from ? patrol work, in . tlic Bisjnarck Archipelago. The vessel ^pofe-bri^hbard; -a' :small. contingent of native, ?''troops' and joined the : -Frencli cruiscr Kersaint.at Vila'at tlic end- of. jOictober. . On November 3. the two'/ iships.reachcd the scene of opera tions. They handed contingents, 1 both native .nid pohcc, and ciicountei - j -ed heavy hush, fighting. -?. Tlie natives , were -welh '.ariiied.. yt-TliC- Australian ? sailors, ivcrc an the th5ck .of,: the fight itip Tl)e Una had only one casualty, i hut tlic: nali ye pohcc lost more than haIf of tlieir-nuiuber. 3 Jic Australian saiiors acted with' great gallantry m the tlnclv hush The expedition is considere...

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

BUILDING IN WAGGA. ' A t ilie ilieeung bj the Wagga Coun cil on Thursday .ilight, approval was granted for ?the- W«idinK of a brick shed- in EdAvard-itrect for the Co operative Miliihg' .Company; brick ad ditions iii Thoriie-street. Mrs. W. Huntcrnvood shed, etc.. in Edward street, Mr. T; Niigentrind thrc^ bricjc shops'' nr'.;BaylisTSt'reet, for Dr. W. Leahy. The buiWiiig inspector rc prtrtcd ; having made 'periodical in spections , of buildings in course of ercciion -and had -found everything satisfactory.

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

[?] ?i^_ * ^ t I t - 1 , ' ; ' . jO,pKMii ;35/3oin. .WRITE' CALlCp', v.l'if j^ul.jiv,,'3 ?,-' V .'.'1»/- '.-' {' i\ J ' . , ;«,, 10 ^-iecoi' Linen FinislvLONGCLOTIf, ? ? -';' guarantee this olntji.^ .' ..6 Pieces' lfKBLEAC'ni?D' sjtEEm'fir tf-: only.;' JflSliS tfoi ,\$fc- SQUADS, 6, 25 only; ft'llARS 11 ATS, '6 x nV '!;: 80in. WHITE TW1.LL SHEETiJtfeJ&V; 20 dor... PILLOW SLIPS, Splendid Pure Finish,. a beautiful sofl elpth— SW^-%.-* .-ilk-dti. - w/h:-aw; ¥jJ(? Jirir'iVK'U --JL '*. . 10/ip Jo?,, n. widp, i'rp^ from filling'. Wc I'sunl ])n-»o ? . ..^.. 1/11 yd. 8;ilc l'ru'C ? '. .. 1/H vij. ££)/72iu. ti'idcy ?' rinin nnd Twill— r^unl Vripo ? . .*.. .. 3/31^ Solo J'ricr ? ? 3/0:' $-?'o th-\sc values. ? . . r. iS„.7, ' fx '^^Protf'v b'eMgais' — :.yj ) i IVual ? 22/G, tfaltMPi WfV'- * . ?-: ? ? 35/fi. 'l!s nt\]'Vt\i:h .' \- ..* ? :t/fi. ,-5;i J c Price . . ? : . .... 2/6, iU&titl Price .. . . .. 2/J1, tt/6, 4/11' Knlc Privo ? 2/8. fl/2, 4/ti.4~ Quality — Usual Prir»c ? . ...

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

[?] [?] II — j illilv ' mecUng , tyc E 1 Council was iJieJiJ ' j i.-s: | 4 sing- p):ojicttt.; Cr. ., 6. jj , and pre.? It. V. -U .. CrielitMl and ? ,1. IhlWir s'ieport: ?*??-? j Inecr reported tliliV 3, Mild bj el/to- clote a ronu sijiiiWiV . I' ; j&^4|o.4o Mniu 'South road: tor ui) tfaflii'. .ri.or Ji-1 llie trnilip would tncrcawi Ik future. Me therefore, saw :Jio .(.to, -feiielttw.' it, provided tint i '^»H\'«r«c1cd. — Adopted. lie helio. - eif subdivision ot rcck Estate showing roads pin. Iji^iriiaAs. -block* as surveyed. All Isproposed to be closed had eiilur i^liXiei'ScAei liy new roads Willi i»et ?gi^iSiits or Hfcrt 'sibW liiinccessory srptl'sou jof tiife new subdivision for ^Mpose of aceoee. Several of: tlie ilsprojMJscti to be closed were untraf McV aB tor instance the road on iji^Duidaiy of portion 199 and ; tlie | a,i$rottgli '(lat. portion., Tlie 'oal tbe north boundary of portion VM 5 -.'pi better/ grade tbnii the exist 'rond in,i)6C, ?wliich it .was phonoM-d clo...

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

? k v^Tv-'i: iiA ? ;--Ar^: ,. inrtfo qa ifeOAji coteMMtriSE, FORTNIGHTLY MJJLWK-3 I Jlio lortnlglitU muting of flu ?A$*ffgP Sepatriatibi'l *3oimmttte v i held ot i))C Town 31 tU bwt nifehf ? v.*Th6rpro6ldcnt(Mtt.ror Collins) H its .111 and tlieio was. u lui uttmd «ma niv members. --. *?? ? ;.v .. ;? : Correspondence!'— y .1 'fTjio vcprrefipondeiiec included a letter, ^losing- tiio balancs-slioet of Hit- Hail way -Miifttrels,.- shoeing 11 net result j o£*£2 16/. — Received . ..., .?-?;???.? . Jb; Bart, lion. setretary, ? fi't^TlrJiiig Hic motion corned at -the 10 ? C4gu£'phl-lic .'meeting ; with .regard to coui WjfWOtiltiag, Oie Allied yietory aud per-, pftuating the. memory of those who have .fallen, asking for «o:opcritt'iou aud the 'appointment 'of 'delegates to attend ti' ?gull-committee meeting next Fridny ?tiftOin; tOiCOBBl^er ways aiiiJnicans.-T 'J^ie. rcijucst'ivas.eonipliod with, anil 'i^jlidiacoii 1'ite wus clioseu as the dilcg^itc. ? ? - ? '.-JYem-tlie . Department of Bcfe...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL AT FOREST HILL MR. J. D. NORMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

FAREWELL AT FOREST HILL ME. J. D. NOEWtAN. A farewell gulden uarty, arranged by Mr. A. JJrunsliiil ami Mrs: Lyons, was tendered to Mr. J. U. Norma 11 at '' .SaeUviUe,' Forest llill, last night,, to enable hiin to meet a number oi. old friends who wished him boil voyage 011 his trip to liiiglaud next week. A \rery pleasant time, was spent and a toast-list interspersed with music was gone through. Mr. A. Brunskill pre sided. and several apologies were re ceived. Mr. \Y. Jt. Lyons proposed the health of their guest and said Mr. Norman was one of the tirst friends he made at Forest Hill 2-5 years ago. tne loasi w;i» ? 11 1 ' 1 11,1 «- ' ? «. H. Blaniev, who mentioned he knew tbeirguest ? as 11 business man aud friend for 18 years and that for :t:i years he had been a director of the Co-operative Milling Co., with a break. of ouly nine months. , - Mr. ;T. Bieliet i-uoke.of Mr. Norman's good qualities, and liow iiis .ability as 11 business man was everywhere recog nised. Their remarks wer...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVING WAGE. LABOR COUNCIL AND BOARD OF TRADE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

LIVING WAGE. LABOR COUNCIL AND HOARD ' OF TRADE. SYDNEY', ' 1'riday..' 11 is reported that lli'e Sydney Labor Council is dissatisfied, with. tht- . recent decision of the I3oard of Trade hi ,rcs|i'-j-i Iii tli^- living wage. The Council iias uhaniiliously turued.dpsvii .... a .rc-r»;s( by the Uoard.-of Trade sug-. : gcsfing a iiiectiiig iii order to .discu'is the iipiirentieeship ciue'stion.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THE AIR HIDES. "OUT OF CONTROL." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

A1JR HID^S. 'OUt OF CONTROL' 1 j (13y 'Rafbird,* iu Loudon Dailv . I Mji) ) . What Londoner will fclrgctyllu.', .two. 1 air raids last year .jv.Ijeii tjotlias in tiisciplmcd Jonuation dropped bumbs , 111 liroad daylight on the capital? . 1 lhousapds of faces were, turiicd/ip- j w-ardii waichme tlie HiimuleiH rniders. j Some of ihe mpVc,' observant : icould distinguish British aeroplanes giving chase as the Gollias gradually dis appeared in the east. .But how many people saw one of our machines hreale off and make -.an irregular descent to earth? Aiid henv many could know What this signified? Stationed at one of London's outer ring of aerodromes, the pilot of tins machine had rcccivcd. the air-rai-\ warning; , he. and his gun-observer had shot into the air, and quickly climbed to . 10,000. feet, making towards Lon don, some !5 miles away. When the city was spread beneath him he sight-'-, nrl lli#» raidpr.c zilmnrl ' Tllpv wpre already being hotly pursued. it was not until the pilot h...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE BIG UNION. "READY TO TAKE OVER PRODUCTION." SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

ONE BIG UNION. 'BEADY TO TAKE OVEB PRODUCTION ' - '' SYDNUY, rridjy L-:AK$ii)fclaii', orgauiser -of , the .ttnti] Big itnion, .' :ad-l)'essed a Jiuuiber , - .of j uuioi»«is at .iho^jvewcustle Trades}.)iu}l,'d He. rcmarUuiJ: ^ TbC'iioSition isthat you slurvoft.your^Clvj!» ; for:- ;teu or :. iwclvel weeks:)ii :ypur present cVaft ttale :when.j ?von go-.XMi'Sti'ike and:- nothing happens;: but it^y^u'iaiOcijii the One .Big Dfllon^ you ,1^11 '»;liavo '?lo iieod to 'go .out . OB' strikejfibcMiMe'rftkwflii.'qntelligcnt' wprk^i ing i Jou will the Jiionns ready- 3;o?talol ipyor:jiroductioii .youriolf. Tiit iuii^fpi/ho 5)1 wi imo Btiiku liW culnil^ j;(iie4)\

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA AND THE WAR. LIST OF HONORS. SIXTY FOUR V.C.'s [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

pSfSAliA-- AND THE WAR. v-\; LIST OK llONOKB. .'- . ? . . ...' ? ? V- ? ? ? ? ? V ?' ' ? ? _r R'' ; '^Aet'tiniiui; lo tlic lali'sl information ayailaliU'^the X'ittlcri'.s. l.'ru^s lias- been Jivardcil f»-i ilic 'foil 'wins' Australians: 'j - 1 1 T. L. A?Cl'OKl). Wcsteri: .Au.-lralia. ?kc. 1-1, M. ljJi'ATJ'l'AM, 8th Halt.' ?, : (Vic.). Secnild Lieut. 1'. 3.11 IvKS. 2nd lurbl I ' ' ? Aiiiijuianec, Victoria. jScauiiM.ieiit. A S. ItLACKUURN, le.lli J .1 ;i ; t . . .Smith Australia. Liem. A. t'. UOKIil.l.A, jtith Uatt.,! (J'.icvn:.!ai:d and Tasmania.. '-C]i| W. 1-:. 1! !-' )\\ X, 1..11., \'.S.W. . k'pi. \. II. IJl-CK I.KV, 5-ith l'att. Pie. P. lil'iaU'.x! ,;ist Batt., Qld. 't'pi. a. s. i'.r k'l't 'X, ~tii jj.-.tt., \'ic. Pte. J. i'Al\UOLL. 33rd liatt:, W.A. Pie; (j. t'.\KT\Vi;H.,MT, 33rd ,33att., ' X.S.W. Sgt. t.'. C. CASTI.MTON, 5H1 ,M.G 1,'otupany, N.SAY. ?Cjipt. P. 1 1 . rill-'-kKV, 2f-th r.att., Tas. Pic. 'I': t'( l()k'K.' Sth Ball., N.SAV. , Pte. \V. M. t'l'K'K'J'' Y, 53rd Batt., .....

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

, B. J. BRUNSKILL5 (L«U) BrniitUill find J.B150 lo Notify ihat I ha»« li?oa ap pointed by ' MLJj3ftS.';DA LOiST.te & CO. to reeeive W 111 \T at tho following Station! on Ilicir helialf WAGUA, BOMKN, . . . v eHKIMlAKO'S yJDIKO, j HAKEF1ELD, ; UfiANQUlNTY, ', BON ACIXJBD, ' J Alfo ' All Htntirins on tho \VAGUA . HUMULA Lino. - ?' ? ' Advances mads hgainst Crowing Cropa. und Oorimacks bupplied. - CROP INSURANCE. , THE SOUTH BRITISH. TJITILIj again bo in tho lieltl this jear. doing HAIL and FIRE INSUR ANCE on GEOW1NU CBUi'8, at LOW KATES. CONSULT TI1EIE AGENTS: Btan. Sharps, Wagga. E. J. Byrne, Tho Sock. K. and C. Cornell, Lockliart, W. j. Ke.isl . .lit nee. Dun and Toobey, tlnnuniu, Herriek Bros., Marrar. j J. Nicliom, jilaho. J'. Millar, Ciong Urong. W. F. licgau, Alatong. Covers IdiniPil on tliB Spot. All Classen of LIVE STOCK INaii HANCli d«n». inalndinff War**' v'owliittf Itiitfc MR. C. F. EAPER, Organist r. Bt. t'liurcli, Jfas only TimV «»r l-Nmr V.'U'.'nu'ics fur J'ujiils...

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

Noted Doctors ! 'i 6 I ii l I . jlicunQtvinii s ?$ I ^ MMSwi I i S

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MRS. SHERLOCK HOLMES." FAMOUS SOLVER OF MYSTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

: j 'MRS. SHERLOCK HOLMES.' j FAMOUS SOLVER OF MYSTERIES, 'The Woman Sleuth.' New Yor! calls her, but to her friends she is ju t a simple, charming woman, answering to Mrs. Grace Humi.-ton, but withal one of the busiest persons in the whole of New York, aud with un limited resources at her disposal in the prosecution of her especial work —keeping track of a big city's criminal force and its many ramifications. 1 Mrs. Humiston, who is a' trained lawyer, says- she made efficiency her J watchword, and 011 it she has ' built j up whatever reputation she has, achieved in the solution of sociology j cal problems defying the keenly train- j ed masculine brains of the Criminol ogy Investigation Department. Maybe slie owes not a little of her success, i too. to the fact that her hushandjiap- , pens to be Vi particularfy brilliant; ijiaii 1 of law. and the family, hearth is 'as ? good a pia'ep as ail office., and better oftentimes, 'whereat to untie, knots, and settle questions, and sift the ...

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

LATEST BETTING. SYDXEY, Friday, Palm Leaf was further supported 10 dny to win the Challenge Stakes. A new candidate was introduced, in Sheila 11., who shortened a few points. Greg was again a medium speculation for the Anniversary Handicap. Silent ay had admirers, but Aries is still first fancy ; for the short race, with Palm Leaf: .close handy, followed by Sydney Dam sel, while a few points away arc Slieila I?.. Briseis, Balarang and Willie Plouia, .with Dame Acre, Fight liver. Norbury. Poltrina and Shell Shock closest of the others. Greg is favorite for the An niversary, Handicap, closely pressed -by Arch Jlarella and Bee, with Keuelic next. _ j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEHILL RACES. ACCEPTANCES FOR TO-DAY. FLYING HANDICAP 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

ROSEHILL RACES. ACCEPTANCES FOR TO-DAY. FLYING HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. Kennaquhair ? 9 S Dame Acre 'J 5, Briseis . : ? 9 ^ Cerise Colors ? S 10 Syduey Damsel ? S 7 Bimcter ? 8 5 Sheila Pat ? 8 2 Sheila R ? S 0 Eulita ? 7 8 Wauken Girl ? 7 8 Mcrv Trent. . .... ..72 Daddy Christmas .. .. 6 12 Kaipai ? ? ? 6 10 Brody. . . . . . . ..... 0 30 Glittering Gold ? 6 10 Tiberius .. ? ? G 9 Gavot ? ? C 7 GRANVILLE STAKES. 3 mile. '' Uiiehgrove ? f- 2 Willo\v Grove ...... 8 0 lloriase ? 7 10 Oirdiiir ? ? .. 7 9 ' J-'iciirant ? ? 7 N Royal Miiinu .. .. ..7 S jily Laddo .. .. .. .. 7 -I Anicra'jf Vfmghtcr .... 7 4 ? Every Day. ... . . ... 7 4 _ Channel ? ? ? 7 2 Earwig ; ? 7 0- JUVEKILE STAKES. 4J furlongs. Xiiutcli./Gir). . .... »;? 9 0 j Sand Dune .. .. .. .. S 9 ' Walpolc. . . .. S 7 Richmond Main ...... 7 32 ICijjlchak- .. .. .. ., '7 12 / Earl Derby . . .. .. .. 7 32 Some Song . . ....... 7 9 Piiiiiir , . .... .... 7 9 Mflucel . . . . 7 9 Pleasant Lays .. .w 7 7 Bonnie Girl ? ? 7 5 Fenella . ....

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. C.Y.M.S. v. PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

CRICKET. C.Y.M.S. v. PUBLIC SkimCE/ : | *. A liiatch bctwccn 'theiC.Yil'l.S. and Piiblic Servicc will.'bc. playcd oil .111' ; Cricket Ground to-day, play com mencing ..at' 2.30. ' . The . following players will, represent the t.Y.M.S,; — Glazier. Fitzeerald Ci). Coop, Ken ncally, Cotly, Mallett, Lusted, J^An. Pliibbs and O'Reilly. I The teain to represent the Public Service will be selected frpni the fol-: .10\ving:—Browii, Robertson,- Arthur,. Lynch, Emblen. M'Cartss Peters, Mil 1erl Perriman, 'Gibbes, Campbell and l'ettct.

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

PUBLIC SERVICE CLUB. A meeting was held in the Lands Office, Wagsa, yesterday afternoon, to re-form the Public Service Crickct Club. It was decided lo enter a team for the Association's com petition and the membership fee was lixcd at 5/. Mr. w. f. way was clcitcd president, Mcs.Srs. G. W. Browne and Jl. 1-'. AV. Gibbes dels Kates, and Mr.. II. F. \V. Gilibcs lion, secretary and treasurer. It was stated that the short notice 01' the meeting -lid not allow all Govcrn nieul-controlled bodies to be repre sented, and it was hoped that support would be forthcoming from all branches, including the railways, post office. State and Commonwcaltli ? banks and public schools. i ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MATCH AT HENTY. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

MATCH AT HENTY. MARRIED v. SINGLE. The fourth match of- the season was played on Wednesday and result, cd in a win for the Singles by 2(3 runs. This places the teams on equal terms, both having two wins to their credit. Scores: — j SINGLE. I \Y. Swansuii, b Fromholtz 14 C. Smeaton, b Hayes ,. ?? .. .. -5 R. Russell, run out ? n T. Hamilton, b Froiniioltz. .. ..... 10 , R. Howell, c and b O'Kccfc .... 43 G. Saunders, c. Clements, b Hayes 4 1 H. Kelly, c Fromholtz. b Hayes -3 I )?'. Uroadribb, b O'Kccfc ? 11 M. Jordan, b O'Kccfc ? o L. Walsh, b Slj- ? ? ?? o X. Habcrecht, c Fromhoitz, b Macaulcy ? 12 1). Oakiuan. not out ? ? o Sundries ? ? ? M Total ? ? 155 MARRIED. j P.,Stublcy, b Saunders .. .. .. J.? M. O'Kccfc, b Saunders ? 23 F. Hayes, run out ? ? .. 10 A. G. Clements, c Smeaton. b sainiucrs ? .- G. Sly, Ii Dowel! .. . ., ? -'j C. R. Maeauley, c Hamilton, b Kussell ? j/ J. Collie, b Ku.sscll -? ? 13 A. Woods. I- Russell ? o J. Jobliiig, b liowcll ? ? 5 L. I'roinliultz. run out ? ...

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