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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

Hie Great NaMal Remedy For more tfcnn twenty years' Dr. MoreaJs Indian Hoot Pills have Heeij before tbo Australasian pulillc, ga1nL lug each year in popular esteem, end each year showing a large Itf ? crease in Hie sales until nov? nearly jOeib hiitllori VCttlea are sola annual ly. Very often medicines appeal on the market end for a short timfe liave a popular vogno, Tor just what reason it 19 diClouIt to say, not hav ing any RoMine merit, but the pub -life soon flftflrt tuts i-ut, ? a~n3 (hef eoon ?disappear 'and ara never bear# of again. When, a remedy l!Ke Dr. MotsB's TnSlaTi Root .Pifts for tffdfe ty years oho^s a conatantly infcretta- , in^ sale, it indicates the nolld coil fldence the public iaro in it. No exag gerated claims have Iwc-n urged for th0m. N i- attempt ltd a been: made to j induce the public to believe they hafl any miraculous potter, but on all oc- 1 caelons the idea hoa been presented that thfey wert Eitnply & 'good Pill in every sense of the word. Thefr...

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

f M P&tEft TfE£ L££, li„; CBHNEjSJSL DOOTQB ' and Jffi TTKRRaT.TfeT, li ? ?« Srasi, ;' f* . .. ; .,. . SYDNEY, ? *& ^llit JfcSa Bisect *v»ry J'ont . Weftk*. Svfey complaint in maloolr tifeaty- ^Jiully, ; ?? And _ ??fitfrfrmftfr-' tffflttfei . 'WiU ? ? « tewki BOJSiljj BAYtlS-STBEET, NefctotWi, W^&0 Aj.PBIOAY. FiaBBilAay Is, Ali. - BUST- THUBSDAE, FEBBUAEY' «. ' *- fiotltt: id. a.m. to 6.36 im. . ' Albufy— 10 a.to. to 8 p.m. tfttlBm Stfa* 80 Tiare ?Itt-AtKtraU*. Jrbbii feBOHiBB &&&''- fiT^feo » A&fiifc'. AwtjraEalMof Stock &l Albray ul Wodoag* Alternate TueiiUy*,. font fflfll i, tfc4.TiiI»&girtta. ^ . AGENTS FOB ALL CODPlSB E&k. ? v..:'.- - t ji . ,'-:i ? ? .„ - Offleei; Commef-aial BaaVing' 6o,'# albus*. . aetata**!®**.* :X Werwioh and London AcGi&it C Insurance Association, ^ aaii'-imw WoBssaar* ooxpxii JiOT U rfbrta Steal* JDjbtr 48 flUfa* «f JMPLOYBBS art U&k far.jANY AOCIDBNT8 and IND...

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

2' DENTIST, ' ' | — — - — - fc r^A6G A B^fei3&fis'f-30';']ittjft.;':- to ???#' p.m. 'jCj.Battirdayv to^l p.m. , *'. ^''^PPpintmeBt. £ - - - -- Telephone 145. gfefclfi' : -??'?*?---? ?'?'?- ?? ? Jahuair 25, to Wed *-z £pSSy, 28th, in&luSivt.

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

- NEWS IN BRIEF. |. y '?- ? ' ? * 1 I ;®wing to the increasing 'deliveries ^-1., tinplatc in Australia since the if^hing of the arniisticc, local inanu* Jacturers have been notified -that tin containers may be reverted to. ' The kmbargo on the imported goods has Been1 'withdrawn. i^^his week tiie Gundagai Sisters ot ?Mercy return home from the Burma! ij-ctreat at Goulburn, Of the seven 'bisters in the t'owQ - last year. Sjbly. two (Mother Michael and Sister Madeline) return to Gundagai. T!ic Sew Sisters will be Sisters Benignu-, ? Wiafiwv, i.orftto, and Fidelis. iTi 'VVJien digging post-lioles at Fiu f.Qy's Hillf' Qticenslaiid, a man dis overed an outcrop of silver-lead ore, ISybieh.on examination .was found' tr. provide a yield equal to 200 az. o: Silver (0 the ton, and 30 p£r cen'. ;|tad. AVorlc i? now procefriSniT'* -'n ,S3se find. te- ? - '* '? B'.9ror the first time for six years an 'flection will lie held to elect Jive trii' ! ices for the ^outh Gundagai Com fnons. Six coraVno...

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

[?] .Tfie regular meeting ot tlio Junec j Council -was held -911.. TaesdSy ntght.i Apologies were rccelvei . £toJm i.1d i Humplirj's and1 'WalBt«r. j Letters wero received from the- Pre- mier's Office, ,r6 electricity station, and i from Mr. A. Bennett and Mr. B. 0 'Neill, .n ovtnnctnM nf lifflits _ A vote 6f tlinnljs w^s .movetV ,to~ r. ^blmttn and hTB -feecretflry for their as sistance to tho Mayor iu his cfiorts' to jet a suitable site 'for . the pmyer-hottsc.: A special committee wis elected; 'con sisting, of tho finance committee, to deal with all matters' of urgency in connec tion with . tlie installation of the light, Mr. Bennett's and' Mr. 0:Neill's re quests to be dealt with by same. All com^ttees', repoi;ts: \vere rtdbpter]. ?Jn ansVr&r tbi Ald. 'O'SuHiran's in quiries with regard to removal , of me ters from Aid. Iliscock's jiro^iefty and Mr. Mould's, the chairman; Aid. Wright, stated that the water had been cut off .from both sen-ices, as there was already anothe...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENCOUNTER WITH SHARK. MEN'S REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

ENCOUNTER WITH SHARK. - MEK'S REMAHKABLE EXPBBIEKOE. SYDNEY. Wednesday. : The story of a thrilling encounter u-ith a shark in^ Broken Bay on Sunday has been told; by Andrew Woodward, who, witha fripndjwcnt rowing. 'When, a few htmdrta^fas olit they tebpped ? anchor, when'. EuSflenly the anchor, w^iieh was'a small one, was seized1 bv a ehark, -who immediately dashed off,' ^figi^fig'th'e 'hbaV at n terrifific speed; and zig-JiAggitig to 'rid itself oi'lhejj flnchor. The shark eventnaljy euccecded in':iree1ng'1i5mself and .w«^ oft. . It is believed tho anclior dropped almost «n top of the Sharif' which seized it in mgtt- W ' - ViTi tiiV '. Goilrt rftoiirmngjfor 26 days and half' montnito Ior'1'4 ^ys . was o^qially do- ! ?ifetedi m the CotiSnonwcalth ' ' Gazette ' ' i iBsued late ; on' Tnesdlay hfterftdBB in^ connection with - the ? death ? of Prince ? JoBn, '.'-C... r The homo of 'W. J. Iiocke, ^Lorth of the Bellingen Biver, eaugbt.Sre on Sat urday night , during the ' Absence of the p...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN MEAT. PROMISE OF PLENTY FOR BRITAIN. IMMENSE COLD STORAGE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

AUSTRALIAN MEAT. j . PROMISE OF PLENTY FOR ? BRITAIN IMMENSE COLD STORAGE. -- {Renter.) : LONDON, Wednesday. Mr., A. BrickiveU, director of the cola storage department of the Food Minis try-, 111 tlie course of an interview, pre dicted that- tiiere would be a very large quantity indeed, almost /a glut, of Aus tralian meat available in Britain .within a- few .months, and that ^therefore it tvould 'fife unnecessary to continue rn- : tioning.' Air. Brickwcll hieutioned that ,«-c started the war \rith 30.000.000 cubic . feet of told' 'storage, rej)i;csentingT90,00il tons, and^that by October next we shall have ono eubi^J.fopt of -eold:. storage forS everv nian. woman and child in the ,, United- Kingdom.. ,. The .cost, ot tho : stores' to. date was £3,000j000. The sorJous. shortage: -oi' water liaf given a decided impetus- to boring m tho Parkes district, 'sites being selected in most cases bv means of the divinnig j rod: On Cpradperv ^Statip)! one suittH ; tjorc hn-fv bpCn -waterjiij*. ...

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

^^^OBITppl ® [?] ?Jlrs: Margaret »e ol- Mr. '.Frederick De GrootV di^i^V .her residence. 'Henriville.'; Fox^roet^ Wagga. last night, ? at ? the agc Vof ' 65 : years. Slie,lind been ailing for the p&st' five years and died peacefully at svuout ] 7 o'clock. The deceased lady iivais'b'bxii j in Hotham. Victoria, and came, to Wagga in 1883. She was the mother of j Mrs.* I) Shepherd. Mrs'. W. Shepherd,- j Mrs. Ilarvev P. Panll, Miss Margaret j De Groot, aud Mr. .1. F. De Oroot, sec- j rotary of -the Wagga racing clubs, and ; | Mr. F. A. De Orool. The funeral will j take place this afternoon at 3 o 'clock. ;

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

L,i4- DISTftlCTNEWS, : '. ' ' ? ;' hnnsE. ' '- ' ? - There orp.alreadya. great number ;of. I requests for the use of tlii clectric iigkt.J Sorno of those most, anxious to get it 1 were flioilt jirdniiiieiit agdiiiiit Wio nchemu at first. ? Aid. JftimpTii^ is a'way -# Sj-fac,jr:0u repatriation Vra&iiic-ss. /

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASUALTY LIST. WAGGA SOLDIERS ILL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

CASUALTY LIST.J ^ -'WACHOA BOLDIEBB' IIiL. r S f * ' »' S t * * 9 ' SYDNEY, Wednesday, v /Witey fiofch* tasualtw. $t -coEtain^ tt e ?] -follpiing; 'inaig|i:-4ll;1 Pies''; C jkim- 1 0»#et'E«ge« } '% feyfottt}, wagga, A 1 v^; ' ?? ' :M

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

': 1 -'?-'-? A«maRT!J2 HENTY. A severe sliortagfe -of trucks is being experienced, at Honty, where. unable to bo trucked', a large quantity . of chaff isbeing accumulate). Upwards of 200 tons is in stock, and from the end of tiie present week upwards of 100 tons per day iviU be coming to tlie yards. On Saturday last n. team of cricketers from Culcairn visited Henty ''and de; feateil the locals by the narrow margin of 2 runs. Both teams were not fully represented, but the main factor in Cul- , cairn 'swiii -was the magnificent bowling : of Heatkcote, a fast, left-iiaud break ; bowler, mho accounted' for 9 out of tlie j 10 wiufcets. . On Saturday evening a fire broke out in the operating box at the Lyric Thea tre, occasioned liy a film catching fire. For about fivenimutes the box was full of tiames, which, 'however, quickly sub sided, doing no material damage other than the destruction of the film and machine. The audience got a fright, but quickly rocovered viieii' iliov found there ...

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

WHEAT CERTIFICATES. AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY. Mr. G. M. Dcnipscy, of Too tool, agent for Messrs. Lindlei-. Walker and Co., of Sydney, has received a communica tion from that firm stating that Ihey v.- ill date all their wheat certificates January 24. The certificates wii! be posted from Sydney on Thursday aftcr uuum, tiiiimiin iit-. in uitiii iu iciicn i ne country by January 24. Sir. Dempsey, by advertisement in this issue, advises his clients to tail at his office on Fri day, when certificates Will be - distri ' buted. MK T. 1'. Daly, of French Park, makes a similar announcement to his clients. ' -- It has- been rumored that flic' Argo'iY- tino. would have a iicw crop of wheat of mor^.. than 20.000,000 quarters, and messages from India .reported goodi pros pests- there, A cable message now re I ceived by Messrs. Lindley, Walker and Co. should throw muclv light on this mat- ' S Ur and disprove exaggerated reports of j the prospeets. Tlie cable reads: 'Ar j gentinc surplus old and new wh...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIAN REFORM. CONFERENCE OF CHIEFS. IMPORTANT GATHERING AT DELHI. DELHI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

iNOlANBEFORM. CONFEEENpE OF CHIBFfl, IMPORTANT GATUERING%T ' DEHL1. - j. [?] », - - * - ' DELHI, Wednesday. A 'conference 0f the rulmg.ehicts of India Delhi,, this: morning. Aiout 40 eliiefs were present, iJtpludiug Maha rajahs 'of Kashmir, Gwalior, Kol hapur, Jpyiiore, Alwar, CUtch, and the Bcguni of Bhopul. The Viceroy, Lord Chelmsford, in opening me. cuuuucuce, said that last year had been a momen tous one, and the share which the ruling princes had taken in tho victory of tho Allies was one thing they could well be proud of. The report on/Indian con stitutional reform. had: now been publio for seven months/ and their principal business was to consider it, as it af fected. the Indian States. Lord Chelmsford then invited their Highnesses' considered opinions 011 the recommendations in Chapter 10 oi the report, regarding . the future improvement of the relations between the Crown ana tnc oiaics, ucauna di length with the question of the States privileged to be styled .'full powered...

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

PERSONAL. The estate of the late. Charles Hilton Dight, a. grazier of Singleton, has been valued for probate purposes at £ai,681. Mr. M.- J. M'Mahon, police magis trate at Wagga, has been granted two months' leave of absence, and finished his duties yesterday prior to taking a holiday. During his absence, Mr. H. H. Chippindall, formerly C.P.S. . at Newcastle, and uow relieving -police jnagistraie, will' occupy the bench at Wagga. : . f Mr. Arthur Jefferson Bennett, aged 23, teller ;at the Conmiereial Bank of Australia, Numurkah, who was drowned in the Murray aWr'-Cbibrain on Sunday morning, wai -ji'£ll:;fcnown in Wagga . He was'forinerly teller at the Commcr cial.Jiank of 'Australia here and was prominent in' isporHng. circles and was very; popular. :--^hen;*he-fcody. was re covered it; - - wsi»* -Mr. Ben nett's set of artifieial teeth was eni beddyd in the throat. He an4 three companions '? were Vowing in a canoe when the ibpat struct a snag and over turned. -Mr. '3cnpctt ; jvas sw...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S EVASION. DELIVERY BY AEROPLANES. MACHINES PURPOSELY DAMAGED LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

GERMANY'S EVASION. DELIVERY BY AEROPLANES. MACHINES PURPOSELY DAMAGED (Published in the 'Times.') LONDON, Wednesday. The Germans largely evaded' the ar mistice prescribing tho delivery of aeroplanes in serviceable condition. Thcy collcetecfc 500 machines with difficulty, the majority of them having been aban doned 011 the roadsides and in railway Ulnm- ...»!?» Litrnntnlv .liKfllilnl Nivclles was the only plaec at wkich aeroplanes were formally handed over— nearly 100. T-hcsc include u few of tlie new, type, with. v.ings of corrugated alu luiniuui, aiid.two guut operated through the floor. ...... .

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

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. j Tlie AVagga Council invites tenders for carting and spreading of filling in Bavlis-street. A euehre party .and dance will be held in the Cookardinia Hall on Friday night, (lanuary 3I.! ' ;...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIAN SITUATION. LIMITS OF INTERVENTION. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

JUSSI AN SITUATION. LIMITS OF INTERVENTION. LONDON, Wednesday. ' L 'Information ' believes that Mr. Llovdi Georgo * wants ' intervention in Russia limited to tlie coasts of the Caspian Sea, leaving Russia to 'adjust its own interior. President Wilson agrees but hopes to see the Bolshevik less anarehial.

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

WAGGA TEMPERATURES. .. ' : ? 'Wcduesda*, Maximam -. ,, .. 92 Minimum .« ,, .. .. 'I'aulty

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

AGREEMENT HOPED FOR. (Hcu'ter.)' VANCOUVER, Wednesday. It is announced, that ' very great j progress has been made towards an ! agreement over flic Russian situation ? aud it is hoped to formulate a concrete j proposal on this subject to-day.'.' The council adjourned at 5 o'clock.

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

THE WEATHER. LATEST, FORECAST. __ 6TONEY, Wednesday, o- Mot and eultry, ? with variable winds, and a tendency for thunder storms near the northern border, 1

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