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INFLUENZA PATIENT. DEATH IN QUARANTINE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

t. ? . r i INFLUENZA PATIENT. $)EATH IN QUARANTINE. / SYDNEY, Wednesday, Mon . Tick, a Chinese, who ' came ito . Sydney on an influen?4ustiicken steamer 1 and (contracted the 'disease in . its worst / form, died in the Quarantine ' Station ihi6 .morning from consumption, .and after effects of the: disease. :

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

.?: V.i. rafisf.; beting. : fl*l*^vtoitaesany. ;- Aries and Pafa Leaf continue to b'e j joint .short-priced' favorites for the j Challenge Stakes, four points shorter J ifian Sydftcy paTBstl.' Then, at an , interval of five points, follow Briscis, Balarang, FigTrt Ever, and \V'il!ie j Pl(-ina,wiih' Shiela R: close.; up. ri« ma i -KrA4*Ttt«t-«- nrrt' Iw0,poijrt8 farther away, followed' by'.; KaipSi, and Shell .Shock;' while Bally; ?P/i'mphiet, Poltrfna, ?'? Native1 Belle, M'orus, Auberic, ' BcurcongV Colugo, Cefise:Cotprs. and GHtterinc Cofd are . iicxt in- demand, with Kemiaquhair, A^iberdiyh'ii, ' At'an^p' and ' Quaestor .ngStt..' : fFor' the -An'njvpVsary,: Crcg. is , a tshdrlff1^^ ^yo.nft, t^oytfed ?chs ^iaTdlS;'who' |b ohly 'halt; a longer.' htt 'eorties' Bfec, with Afipy' two points :. further ! back, 'f ; Eas*; ??(V. £re^4wp j pp'ift{'S,f'shorftrttian *Bii,es;. tlien ; coihe' . First Lesson; and Peat, these by Estland, Finmark, J?Vd Cardinal, : and Salary.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL SHIPBUILDING. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

FEDERAL SHIPBUILDING. ? BKISBAXE, Wednesday, j It is reported that the Federal Gov ernment has accepted the contract of a Maryborough firm; for tie construction of four steel vessels, 5500 toiis each,, with a speed: of. ten knots.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND CUP. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

cup. -.;. ' WELLINGTON, Wednesday. .The NeW Zealand Cup resulted in a ?fleatl'heat between Red 'Ribbon and ' Itetyi Foto,' tvith Putika thifd.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STABBING AFFRAY. SEAMAN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

, STABBING AFFRAY. ? j SEAMAN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. , SIDNEY, Wednesday. Gus Liraberg, a seaman on the steamer William Lewis, was taken to the 'hos pital with an incised wound, extending from tlie nape of his neck to his shoulder blade andi necessitating fifty stitches. Limberg alleged he was stabbed, but beyond' that, declined to give the police 'any information.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

[?] [?] x f ? , ? ? I ,JA #&#§&&&' viojfciiter?', «rtl ;Xp6ffl^-Si'®|^8^B~traiibi8iie) on j MomS* batietj,' was dis- 1 '$£-ifl-(t .''of Half Deck,] . who:^bn 4 Arti :^lksKette was -av-l orltc, but rah third. J 'Tto record for a mile, * '*»)$&-.$£? Hi&Si ficVntly by Gloaming / ~1 iinln. 37' 1% ict.—is regarded by ffifinf tfbo fohrtsSed it as, toeing re ' » tf&Ur'MiM for -.'i 'NX* 'Ae -.:-v-;: ??;?'; - ^vriiw*: ifeSfl*# an .Mfcfcwto® that a amount ^f.':t^alifjiit'oi thoney ro- ; .. ' mtoinS a ^V- 3*?'« '.-'f%wfcy nt ? kflnilwiek.^. li is iflwtla ' ?? from ihc o£ Tat* : flit? AMlmt hHtafllca by | ?? $*.- 't$ft',.«»£ totalled £0 larud . .t c* t only £13 f-/ft hns nbt bflcji claimed. , , ' . ? 'Oil-' the ?Clriilteagc Stakes ? ? .'-WaW%BVi^l6i»®iapW this yekr V .? Members of tlic: : - it t6 Scarcity of money, ivliilo the gencrtti run oX spocuintors sa^' that ,the*e. is uo inducement for them to Bet at the tjuotations obtain able abof...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA INQUIRY. LACK OF DISCIPLINE ALLEGED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

SARDINIA INQUIRY. LACK OF DISCIPLINE '- ? - ALLEGED. ? SIDNEY, Wednesday. At the Sardinia inquiry 10-day. Ser geant Penning said he would not have liked to have tried to keep discipline 011 the Sardinia: there were too many roughs on board. Private William Kerry said that many times food was thrown through the portholes. Complaints were listened -to, that was about all. He had never seen' any conduct between the. officers 'and nurses to which exception could be taken. Sergeaut Busteed said more : steps could have been takeirto enforce dis cipline. Witness. never heard' :^that one of tile nurses boxed an . officer -on tlie ears. Sergeant. -Busteed- V j^aid: 'Witnesses: havc; stated here that' ihe Sardinia was a sink of iniquity, gambling, drink and impropriety, but not one word- had been said ahojit the recreation committee, and that classes were formed for English. Latin, French, economics, and engineering.'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

.mm' SYDNEY;. 'VVcdnesSa'y. . yji: engagements: Herbie-, Rucnalf j Fjrst Nursery : Mpnccl. j '%RSll?ll;gc Sti&fef: Na'uvt Bel!?, j Constellation , , ?'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. OPENING IN MELBOURNE. REPATRIATION CONSIDERED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

«rhhiers'' cbiSreiiENcir; '--'-Vi OfjBI^NO IN MBiaOURNB.' BKPATRIATION COXSIDBBED, ' , \ M^LBOUKXE, Wednesday. ' - At Fedeial Parliament House, Mr. Watt,' Act iiig Prihic Minister, - prcliaeft at ithc .'PrtmiL'rs' Conforeuce, :t;-vhteh Opened today. Mr, Watt said t-he firsl husineiss : was that of repatriation. Th# Government felt that without liropcr co-ordination regarding the finding of employment, serious ilifliciilty . would arise. It was therefore advisaibie to sec how works in the various, States tould be accelerated. Senator. Milieu said that 70.000 men had- returned'.. 30,000 were on the water, and 107,000 had yet to leave for Aus tralia. Probably 10 per cent-, of those returning would1 want to settle on the loud, and that, meant that the States would have to find 30,000 holdings in 12 months.. He suggested new rural industries, such as pig-raising. This and other rural industries should give soldier, settlers more rapid: returns than ? the old -established rural industries...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT LUMPERS IDLE. STRIKE NEAR GOULBURN. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

WHEAT LUMPERS IDLE. STTtTKF. NEAB GOU1BOBN. T ' glDNEY, Wednesday. About'' SOO ini-heat lunfpers employed at ^3pok:i Cutting, near Goulbmn, ecas ed work tbis.'TOOrjdng: on their arrival at thftwheat'-i&tflbks, following' -upon ' the dismlssaliof a workman , yesterday^ for smojitag-m 'pl'oxiimtv to the stacks.' The mcp|:ing jdptidcd not to resume work nnlesfe.^ :diseJiBrged mau ie reinstated(

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

o lHEIOHT OF/THE RIVER. i ' Above Summer Level. Kptz'-yj. * '?'?? . ? . .-? '? Wednesday. '? Wagga,:, \. .. ,. .. .. 3ft. IJ.in.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. annual social. . The €rst annual social of the Wagga braneh of the Australian Labor Party was held in. the Masonic Hall last evening, when about ISO people were present,^ Mr. T. Bvau, president of the. branch, ..was chairman and representa tives were nresent from the branches' at The .Bock, Humula, Loekhari,'- JE1-, bnilong, Tumbarumba and othcr eentres. Mr.SPi C. Evans, the general secretary, , was present, and in the course -of his remarks said, that it was necessary for t lioil- followers : to vori fy their enrol ment, as the names so wired by the.poliee might in certain eventualities ibe in- : eligible for a possible forthcoming elec tion. He detailed ^these potiisibilities andi mentioned that unless the redie tribution commission completed its work by June 30 'the whole proposal would lapse, and there were certain contingen - cies which might lead to a. contest. ... A toast-liEt was gone through, as fol lows: ''The ..Sting,' proposed' liy the ; chairman;...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

' jipspital Visiting Committee. ?Messrs, H.M' Donough, F. -3 , Eichard ?^ji|0^^i4F.C.StelI«-ay. ] Ladies' 'Waiting Committse: Mst damet Dohiiey and i)itehfi»ld.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

' ' , . ALLEGED THEFT. . j Dennis MUrphy was further charg ed -with having' on January 21, at Jun'ee, ' stolen a coat and vest .valued at £4 10/, -the property of Henry' 'M'AttithW - : '~ '^Sergeant P. (3'Rb'urkc -s|ated that at 6 p.n'i. on Tuesday he saw the accused in a second-class carriage at the Wagga railway station, where he had come from Junee. Witness said to accused: 'Did you sell any clothing yesterday at Junee?'/ Accused said, 'Yes; to a Johnny Allsorts. I sold the coat and vest and he gave me 2/ for the lot.' Witness said: 'Where did you get them?'' Accused said: 'They were my own property. 3 bought them at Penrith about nine months ago.' He arrested the' ac cused and cljarged him- and he made no reply. Accused was remanded to appear at Junee police court on January 24.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

Wagga Benevolent Society. . Bobkholder for ih« month : — Mri. fcErroes.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, January 22, (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon, P.M.) EVADING PAYMENT OF FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

WAGGA POLICE COURT. ' ? Wednesday, January 22, (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon, P.M.) EVADING PAYMENT OF FARE. Dennis Murphy, pleaded guilty to having travelled in a railway car riage on January 21 between Hare field and Wagga, without having pre viously 'paid his fare, and with intent to evade payment. When accused was arrested at Wagga a railway tic ket from Junce to . Harefield was found in his possession. lie was fined £j. in default 14 days'; hard labor in Junee lockup. j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

. CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— T JA'NOARY. r PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 2nd, at 6.24 p.m. ? : First Quarter, 9th, at 8.55 p.m. * I-uHMoou,i6th, at 6.44 p.m. . I.ast Quarter, 24th, at za» |A .Perigee, Ulhi'at 8.12 p.m.' | ? Apogee, '24th/ at 9.24 a.m. '' Sun, Rises. Sets. V; Saturday, 16th . . .. , . fi.25 7.51 Sunday, 19th ? ? ... 5.26 7.51 Monday, 20th ., .. .. .. 5.27 7.50 Tuesday, 21st.. .. .. .. 5.28 7.50 ' Wednesday, 22nd .. .. .. 5.29 7.49 Thursday, 23rd ... .. .. 5.31 7.49 j l-'riday, 24th ? ? . * 5.S2 7.48 THE ' WAGGA DAILY ADVERTISER. . This Ss true liberty, wlien freeborn men, Having to advise, the public, may 6peak free. —MILTON . V . . — — - THURSDAY/JANUARY 23, -919-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. SARAH ANN SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

MRS. SAB AH ANN SMITH. The death took plaec last evening at Grceumeadows of Mrs. Siarah Ann Smith, rcliet of Mr. Charles Smith, who predeceased her 19 years ago. The de ceased lady was 68 years of age and had been ailing for some time. She arrived in Australia at 7 years of age | and subsequently with her husband ab- | quired 40 acres of land' where tlie pies- j ent Wagga Tailway ' rtalion and- the j Wagga and Federal Hotel#stand. For j 46 years she has lived at Green- ] tncadowi and- was -one of the oldest j pioneers in the district. She was very highly respected and1 was instrumental in having the church built at I.ady smith. She leaves a family of five eons, Messrs. Charles, John H„ and Horace, of Greenmerffbws, William and Jo seph A., of Wagga. and four daughters, Mrs. Heniker, of Alfredtown. Mrs. S. Baker, of Grcgadoo, Mrs. F. Baker, of Borambola, and Mrs. W. Thompson, of Wyalong, There are also 76 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren. The funeral will leave Grceum...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMOBILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

i . DEMOBILISATION./ .It is^ome time since there has beert such an outcry against an adminis- ^ trative act as has been occasioned by the sending of Senator Pearce Jo Londor. to take charge of demobilisa TU. AMi'no.Pn'ffl* \'T inici rr. Mr. Watt, has been moved to make a 'l : : lengthy f tatenient on the matter, a1'1! incidentally, has cut, little ice. ? He ' . quotes the tremendous- growth .? p£ Sj-'ife j^i'sti^lia's ispeodjture in connectioh ?%' 'with the' Austrailan?' I niperiil /Forces ^i3r:&%inp^^^r^^nV4^!e'Tfepohribut- E^V^^s^^bje §j«f ; one questiifts 'the' felationsmp 'I;r ' one moment, though a commission of : ?? inquiry Jias -quesiionfed quite a large amount of the expenditure. Mr. . ? \Vatt igoes bn to say that the fact that, , . . , -during the .period, of demobilisation, i; Sthc -greater portion of the expenditure - . ..Still to be incurred will lie overseas. | !; indicates the necessity for close j Ministerial supervision at the other end of the 'world.. Well, ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA v. C.Y.M.S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

[?] This \yas ^a ptactic^ gSnie played at th e Critket .GrBffh^''yepeHay, ?' arid ' Ksu'tc'djiri a win for WSgga by ? si. fens.' Scot-es:— ? WAGGA. Walts, c Mallcft, h Glasitr .. .. 'M-. Stewart, c Hudson, b Andrews..'. :ip farmer, b Glazier .. .. e. ... .. ja Bellair, -c iDr. SJartin, b Magflirc- . ?5 Walsh, b Andrews ,. .. „ .. 5 Dr. Tivey, c Magtiire, ' h Coop .« 16 Spok&s, i Dr. Martin .. .. .. 4, .Hamilton, b Dennis ? ? ..\ . o Ryan, b DenhtS;'..'!.. .. 6 Browne, 'c Atidrcfe-s, b Hiiofeon . . 4 ?Tighe, not out ?? ?...** ? ? 0 Cullen, c Maguire, biennis .... , 4 Sundries'- ?? .. ... .. .. 7 Total-. ? ..,-. f?J- ; Bowling: Aildrews 2 for 23, Glazier .2 *forf.i6,'Dr.^Martinr.i; fot: i9i£'. Coop; f . for', i3,.vX-jcn'nisi'3 for 5,^ Maguire h for '4,' i4iidson,' l Tor 0/ .. \ . c.y:M.s. Coop, b Tivey .- .. .. .. .» .. .» «? O'Reilly, c Stewart, b Tivey .. .. 3' R. Glazier,, c Walsh, b Watts .. 5 Dr. Martin, te Browjie, b Tivey .. 16 J. Glazier, b Watts . * . ? j.. . . 3 Huds...

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