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FODDER AND PROFITS. (We do not necessarily endorse the views of our correspondents.) (To the Editor, "Daily Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

FODDER AND PROFITS. (We do not necessarily «ndors« tht view* of our correspondent*.) (To the Editor, 'Daily Advertiser#^) ; Sir, — Please allow me a little space in your most useful paper.. Wc again see the northern fanner in the grip of a serious drought and paying enormous prices for fodder and chaff, whilst the cute and hard-headed middleman is making large profit. Much hay has been bought at from £3 to £4 in stacks and not cut, 'whilst for the game quality as chaff £7 ou trnckg icheing offered: What a .splendid margin of profit he tiyecn the northern farmer, who urgent- 1 ly. needs it «and' the southern farmer, ! who has the good fortune to liave.fod: j dcr to sell. Stranger still, we hear of the Farmers' Grain Co-operative Co. with farmers' . money to back it up, liut \ve do not hear of the company putting forth an effort. Where are its agents? Where is its chaff cutting plant! Do the head officials, sitting at -tlieir j desks, expect the farmers to forv.-ard their produce to. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

WEEKLY MARKET; REPORT. Jotai'. Driage aud . fck).. 'Ltd. ? report under date January, lS:— . iioiucbuslt Eat Stock-: Sales. Sheep: ^\bpnt ' 45&W penned, y'. slightly better quality tlian of late. Scycral grazif rs kfccqi? operated with the ;«iii¥Sl ^ujrprs. Thcuiar^ct Opened buoyant, b»il,bccaiiia,~sUglitly ivcakcr. tlosiiig'&iislitly iow^r^tbaii., Monday. Prime laiiibs. arc scarcc and com staibdfcil' .{uglily satWfwto.ei', ?jsri^.s- Owing to tiic very, dry cbiiditions e-k ; istifig' fairly- lieav'y supplies of ?sheep ahd lainbs arc booked ior near future sales. ? ? Cattiic: The quality, of tjic oilerings was mixed, prime -being, scarcc. Ilic market showed keen competition at a rise of 25/ to 40/, the advance being ?mpst pronounccd on prime mcdiuir. wetglfl cattle wliicli can be. quoted at 60/ per 100 lbs, Cattle numbers, ac cording to truckings,', arc * becoming limited. . Pigs: A fairly heavy .sppply ,of 2500 i.nainly porkers. A fair number from inland centres liad...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

PERSONAL. ' Aid. Itichard Shepherd, of Boma dcr.ry, ] was on featurdny declared elected un- j oppoBcd as llic representative ot the country municipalities and shires 0)1 tlie New South Wales Board of Fire Com missioners. f Mrs. K.luimpc. of Trail-street, Wagga.. Icarus, from the Base ? Kecords Of fice that her son, Opl. G. T. Lampc, is arriving by tho Argyllshire 011 January 27. Cpl. Lampe enlisted, on October 14, 1914. was at the landing at Galli poli. and has been twice wounded. Mr.' G. Tildcii, of .Tohnston-strcel. Wagga. is iu receipt of a cable message from the Base Becords Office, notifying him that his brother, Private J.-F. C. (Charlie) Tildeu, is returning to Aus tralia bv the .transport Somali, which left Egypt on December Cii, lfllS, and is expected to arrive in Australia' on January 26, 1919. Private Tilden en listed in Wagga in September, 1917. Mr, F. Purucll, formerly assistant teacher iu the Wagga High School, anO who went- to the front in 1915, has been granted his c...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. 'Subscriber': The T.ac-hlan does no:: flow into tlie Murray. 3t is a tributary of tlie Mnrrunibidgce, flowing into .that liver from the north about 150 miles vest of Hav/

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. OLD GAOL BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

ITEMS OF NEWS. OLD GAOL BUILDINGS.' Messrs. C. Kgi-fly aud Co. liave -lost no time iii.^owiuftucnig-thflii_ contract ut tlic 'Wagga lockup. . They made a ; start yesterday morning iu the work of demolishing the old gaol buildings.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUNAWAY IN BAYLIS-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

RUNAWAY IN BAYLIS-STEEET, An exefti^ig runaway occurred, in . Bavlis-street yesterday morning about? p'clook, when a horse' attached to a milk cart, i lie ^property of -Mr, AV, A. Rmitl. of Avocn Dairy, bolted fiom near tho intersection' -of Morgan-street. The liorso cor-«rc-3i along Baylis-street to the railway station, where it swerved off towards tbe goods vards gate. The gates. being closed); the horse made: a sudden swerve to the left, the result being the, overtntu'iUB vol 4Uo eart. The reins, bein£ £a stenpdnnd strong, brought the borso to o -standstill,, and although both shafts were brftky.n, the horse gained his-fpotiug and roiuainod per fectly still tilVjiherated. . Beyond tlio breaking oi the shafts: very little dam age -vas done: to the vehielel

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT SCHOOL TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

DISTRICT SCHOOL TEACHERS. Hiss -Winifred Tompson, daughter or Mr, F. T. Tompson, of the Wagga branch of the Uaicn Bank, lias been appointed as kindergarten teacher at the Girls' School, rice Miss D. Meniuiiitv Miss Ambler, from X-iie, near Mud?ee, lias -been appointed to the school at FJowerdale, noqr Downside, replacing Mjss l,awlw, transferred. Mr. J. Kuight has been removed from the Mill, wood School to the one at Maebfiy, while Mr. H. Morgan, froin Tarpe dis trict, succeeds Miss L, Bingley as j teacher at Euherta.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

Don^t Jet yourJStonittcli, liver and yoii liife #»-i; ToVS;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-19. 1919 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

[?] ; THEIURfe, SCUSEtCitK SIBTSIOI^ ora A8S0(n4TI0M. 2 : I ? : ? ? -? ? ? »Acmoj?A^ a#im ~ ini#.-1 : . ' Mpnaia KC. ,.r.. Janu»rjr 2S, H3i Albury LfV. *XJ. .. JSnu»f-' 2*r 20.' Ardletban P.B.O ? ? Jaau*^S». Blnaiong B.C. ? ? Ooulburn B.C ? Pebru»fy 7, S. Sootauundn T.c. Tumnt T.C. .. .. .. GundagoltR.C- ?? i'ehruary -.0, 27, H&mpelead P.K.C ? Wareh 1. .Oaysdalo P.R.C ? March 5. Poune' T.C. . ? llarch C, ®. Biralttwood T.C ? . M»tcb 7, 8 ; Juneo BacingClub .... March 11, 12.; Afonir6t.T*trlbk »*- Adnmioahy J.C. .. .. .. MarckJJ, 18. Wagga Memorial Meeting ? 18^ ttanroiva B.C ? ? Mirch JB/ Jijtfflfthan P.B.O ? Wmk:Vb. Qaklanda A.B.C ? ? Match- W. mggaBtiPatri'ck'a Bay 11.0® JJaxchW BareUan B.C ? March 26. ; HeaV B.C. ? ? ? ? March, ^ Yanko Picnic B.C ? April Gran A B.O. .. .. ? April 9. Goulburn 8-Hour Club .. ApXil 4, 6. Goulburn B.C ? April. .11, 12, Binda J.C, .. .. .. .. .. April Hv Borao Grcek P.A.B.C ? Apiil 21, Bow a T.C. ? ? ? -? April 21, ffiUiton B;C ? April EL ; Ta...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

TBOTTING FIXTDBES. 1 8 D.T.C., Ju^e— F«b, 19, Apl. S, Jutta#. Tcmora Trolling Club . . . . Teh. An instance of two liorsc? .ckarjng; out -from the rest of the. ticid ,wajs. associated with the Trial Sialfes aV. Roschill on Saturday lasL , Lothian just let! at the straight, cntranc^ 1)bL oncc balanced for lioiiic lic ws iackj[ed by Sandbpc,' and the)', streaked ..nghjt away. the distance they bcat tlie Clear est oi- the others— Tapioca--by bcingr' estimated at between ten and twelve lengths. The. report thai King Offa is no't likely to stand further training will be regretted, becausc liorsoa of liis class arc 100 rare. Ilou-cvcr, lie lias done his o-vncr® good servicc, and has produced £4544 ill stakes as the rc-' suit of three .firsts aud one third out of eight public appearances. In this connection it is stated that in all pro-: babilily King OfTa will be withdrawn from ail his autumn engagements. The Caullidd Cup . wiuuer iias i|pi quite recovered from life leg injurv from which ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

SuN^^Fc^^Eo^j [?] At tlic scfvlciis bold in St. John,-'* j Ciiurcii,. oU ' Sunday, rcjEcrcu'ces .' were . Luado tb thc^stiVjcct rfiviuion of | agp' .tlicj n -3'we'1 j iuvitcdthcvajfiousi^cup^^ of'- worjd- to. a| confciiucC ,t^ tbp faltii aud^ ordcV;cI^o^^btt1yc bodies, .with a|j view -|^^i&^^ing..wiiat poss'ibiUticB| oX i rciiiii^i|nrtgii t? 6xtst . Tie outbreak! of tlic imiwpsiWe to as-| soluble . the coiud'rencci.itlipugli it was? made i^r'-t^t\itji6rIyvltnOptt.y-wld l»e| a i-«vptcii -ri^;^wHcally J bycJ-y . deiiom-| iuatiou iJi jtlic^wbrl'd' M«inti-4c- coin-5 liiiliecs 'iih-je' bec^ at work in every; country: ^j-jpj&ftii^. rcj^b'Hs for the cou-1 1'orcucc, which will meet 'when tliingsj tlie Avar. Thprej is eihm'iiia-: Hou'.blf^t£;,^!ai.«na incnt.^f.: cvcry^cinircli) and; these Avili ! be compared in order to discover their! .shiularities flUd tlich' dlfferouccs. It is bclicvcii. yi'at- iiiK ai ijii'qiiuy .-will- be a ii iui^rtont :ttep: towards uiiit.v.; It 'is. i...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

COMING SHOWS. Gb^foril— jaiiuarv S4.and 25. Ivi^^'-fai}u|ry,^. 26 and 27. ' -5 aiid 6. '? ? . ,14., ;Npvv'ra— l'cbruary 13 and 14, PcVfuar}''l4,a 15. . 15. tS Mnd iy; ; '-'^fe:c~'ifit-V?iap- (J9 and 20: .^Iwp^p^'ebruary 19 and 20.. 'iwfe^^ori;ri;i'cbrnaiy. 19 and 20. '-»«l)^U^oiiij— l:cbrunry ao. 21, 22. :^a|i£grrrifcbriiary 25 and 26. J&jijUiihg-^I'Vbi-uarv 26, and 37. 26 and 27. aii'd 27. ? I^iffibriiiai-y' 26 and 37. ' )li-^-Ircl)ruary 26 and 27. Je-rFebruary sfl, 27 aiid 28. :^4arch^y; 5 and 6. :la^Varay:'i|..,-'fi. ,':.i :': i^-Marcli 5 and 6. i)d— March ? 5~ ai.id 6. '^'5 . Jand . ?U-fMarch'-5, 7 and 8.' si 1 .jand ' js-. 4 .. . uwa — March and 12. v . ^-r.^rd| ijj'aiid.x^ v,;'-. 1; ii&--^!arcU 12,'Sfi'd i'3:: i; . '-.y, o Vallcy^Marcii 12 and 13.. ?a — Hprcii. l? and jj. inba^iiarcii. ? jjifand . 15. Q'f -itar-h-i2,.^3 and: :.*4 i4{and 15;^ iJSi$4itchS3- J4 aud 15. : ' t. 4 ^larcli ;8, 'a9:.aiid,.a-. -March j® and 90. ?/ Ii^3^ip»''ii0^(i^»o, ... iv..., A fr^ai...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLOWS FOLLOW WORDS. EDUCATIONALISTS FALL OUT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

4Ms follow words. educationalists fall out. MELBOURNE, Monday. ] . . After Si licatcd argument on a tlamcar this morning, Mr,. Kraiilc .Tatc, Director of Education jii Vic toria, and Mr. William Sinclair, fornl .crly a tcachcr iii ibe service of the pcparlincnt, came to blows in' tlic,: 'slrect. Mr. Talc slated' afterwards that lie bad 110 personal knowledge pf Mr.' Sinclair's grievance, ^cxccpt- tliat lic had been a troublesome mail iu tlie ? Department for some years. He was npw.out of the service.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL SOCIAL. MR. AND MRS. J. A. HEDBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

, FAREWELL SOCIAL. MR. AND M^. J. A. HEDBfiRG. A- farewell, social was. tendered to [Mr. J . A. Hedberg, B.A., and Mrs, i^edberg, in the . . Methodist - .School HaU'la'st 'eveiting, prior to their de parturi to A\'d31dngOng, -Mr. H edberg having been transferred to tlie High School there. niere was a-: large fathering' of adlierents of the church. The 3tev. .H. Pennington, ? at the flufsc.t, spoke of Mr,. Hedberg as a /tind and capable man, and referred with eulogj- to his services in , the i-twisham 'circuit ? before his advent Jo .A\',iggn. ill e . (the speaker) had been in . the closest association .with Mr.'.Hedberg during the' two years of liis ministry, in Wagga, and had been on : the happiest- of terms with him. He had. formed the opinion that a' minister could not iind a more agree able man to. work with than Mr. Hed berg', and he sincerely regretted Ins departure, which meant a loss to the firpnit, a loss that would be very difficult to make np. Mr. Hedberg had been superin...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

fHB Cost of Xhret Line* In Thi* S: linu *4. f** line Jt eli»tg-d. , IWANTJjpi ^dSma|:t Lad ifor. garden — ' vrftge11- ?Wi5^3^^riwVlf.?ai»ior Clerk.— Ap- ' ply ,'i.at '.oncb^iu, own 'handwriting (state, 'oipbriencc, . ctc^) , to.,tli.is office. WANTED. Good Cook, wages ,10/; alfo ' ?* Oood/i^'ftiU'eas, ;-V«ges £0/.— Ex- chingc .Wagga. ? ? .' jWTANyteD, Good -Strong Woman, look - . ? ? .- «ttor X)ld.;Lady; good ,iv«ge-; R00(l homo.— L. M. Evans, Wolseley Pnik. MITANTED, . Cempotent Downstairs 1 . /JWattrcBBji.Bopd.'wiigos,— Apply a*. onao;sfo.::ifcOooncy..:/Ht-tel) Ganmain. TXrANTCD, an Under Housemaid, ? ' wttSBB' 15/' per jiveek.— Apply Ma-, iron, W'aggnr'UDistrltityJJoBphal. [mANTlSD by/Juntor Salesman, pom- , ?? .tioiv in- iDraperv and: Mercery De . pni'^ment.— Address ', Draper, ; tlnK office ?\irAN®lj5p by Business LUiU, Bonra / private family;— Ad- draM i'lJxBeat.'i. South. IWeagft ?.0.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

y^VING| EDMONDSON'S : :S' ^ SAty s~- NOW ON. NOW' ON. v ' Right throughout the great four years' war straggle, we- iu. common! with all ot her Progressive Stores, were forced to keep onr. stocks np w'6)i»fiiwate'r mark, but we realise that NOW the time has come to considerably' reduce the -stocks on hand', so down go the prices in order to shift'thc iwiods ' it'* yortr opportunity. ACT NOW. FOR SPOT CASH ONLY. ' 7 Usual ? Si]| GLASS TOWELLINNG ? l/g'' ' P*t-3 HUCKABACK TOWELLING . . . . ' ' ' iW ' iH FORFAR ROLLER- TOWELLING .... . . . .' ? ? r/li ' i/fi UNBLEACHED TOWELS ? ^ .j/*.' .jJJg; ' » ? ? ? ? .1/?. 1/3! ' . ' ' » ? ? ? V0. .1/^, LARGE WIIITE'tOWRLS . . .] ][ n^1, ? ? .. ? ? ? .. 2/ii; s/4'1 WHlTli CALICO,. pure and slrnnc ? ? 1/4 doz 12/-V CREWDSON'S CALICO, No 2 ? ' l/li ' i/sf' 3I03{R0CKSES' NAINSOOK ., ? ? ; ? im' . \n ?MADAPOLAM, 40iii ? ? .. 1/8. \/4 70in, 'WHITE SHEETING, free from dressing .. .. .. ,'S/IJ ' SOin; CREW3)SOX'S SHEETING ? ? ? . 4/11' l/{v 54 in. WHITE S...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOODEN SHIPS. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT IS SATISFACTORY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

;; WOODEN SHIPS. ' ^AUSTRALIAN . PRODUCT IS , « , , £ -''.SATlSrACTpR Y. j : SYDNEY, Monday. The Minister for the Navy says lie is satisfied that the wooden; ships at JWjEarnt under construction in Aus traiia .will compare favorably with. , ijie soft-wood vessels being built in j ASnerica,- 1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. FRIGHTFUL MORTALITY IN PACIFIC. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

tNFLUElilZA EPIDEMIC. tffelGHTI'UL MORTALITY IN PACIFIC. SYDNEY, Monday. News from Samoa states that .dliriug -the pneumonic-influenza epi demic, Saviaa, witli'a population of 13)800, had 2500 deaths-: and Upolu, . .with '.a population of -~.S77, had 450U deattli:

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA INQUIRY. FASCINATION OF "TWO-UP." GARBLING BY OFFICERS AND MEN. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

[?] ^ABOENATION iff 'TWO -up ' AM). , '. . 'Hi' ' SYDNEY. Tuesday. :,' '?? to-.day,Liyi|- ., .'Vs.1 A. Black saiil Jic never saw any Sar-. /diiukofliccrs under t lie influciico of ? and sa^nV'iuipi'opiicty on the tlic iiurslng. sisters. Witness'] - naid.it Y,-ak difficult to Suppress gambl inirbn tlic boat, because tliore were 110, :; ;c«lUu.. .J^o^sobner did a battalion or '??='.'* .- out. of tlie lliio ^an^'^^iXieut. Black, 'than you. 'MNdS° 'licft .jncp 1 two-np * ^ everywhere.- lhave t-ecu acres of 'two- j ? -. up*,.6cl|pols in Egypt. Tho officers used j .- W^t^^itJin' Fr^e. P bh ve soc«i *voU-liiii%' tli'e gjtuio; i^IactXit was itie national sport in ; ? 5' Sir. 'ifr^niiield: 1)0 you think it cop.-. slu^yc 'tfll .discijiliue tli.nt there should Oe^noUcfe's^pstctl up all oyer the ship. ^prorhibiiiiiig; .-gniuljHng. w.iiilc, tie officers : -afii^layiMg.T' ' two-up ' ' ! — No. :.*? -.Wouldn.'t it wreck discipline ultogo-; t her?— N o; I' would Hot' 6.1 V that. It 'a ' uot'fluito^j...

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