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RABBIT PEST. DISCUSSION AT P.P. BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

ft. 'S8lWt&:*Sft'-^¥:! ^PD^ofiSi^^Pt^'sbAai). . W$$$$$jfcTtoi;'!-[ nieetiug of^he' P.P.j ^B&|t4, Jtoj^eetbr J-' Irving rejiorted Jia v- H$j&4ii4E$et9£. 50 .satiBfactgr'y holdings K§a ISO'v^iiiBatisfaetory. '? t Proceedings Hrt iakisi :igainst two iiolders. v-hft; feviS'p'fiijea.,' ' He stated that Burke 'b ', S^Jwskj ,itom the \yester.n boundary of r fepuUitop!ltD the ftulleubontr Plain, 'was1 S-B'^)y infested It is netted oft in most . ||F»}accg but it is a tjieediug .jiouna m Pm£-kaugoj)lih flistuct - ^feta^pettoi Dod-svoll leppitca hawug, ^^i|pe^tea I'1 £atiBfaetor\ areas and 7 ^P^liifeh imtk un«at-siaetor\ Nine «rosc ^KuHops jpni ciJcred, lines being jn ? ^P«ft|H(speLllor II 1 Hiibbard icpoiiod1 ^^uiyiag jnspeci--a 41 holdjiijgs Ono| ^Sr^uition was uiiJotJikpn mid fie | ^S3»aaat wa^ilned £7 ^Jth to^ts j ^8|?'J)^ iTiclA sii'*! 'ie noticed that ine ^^&-|1ltju!f«ector-jit Bathuist had i^-o)t fmtl ffl^B,--75. lijlflinga fof one luonth Mo ^^ Mi|iOt ±hi...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING. WHEN HEIFERS SHOULD FRESHEN. Profit by Experiments. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

DAIRYING. WHEN HEIFERS SHOULD FRESHEN. Profit by Experiments. The age at which heifers shonid' freshen is a fertile .subject of discus-.? sion among dairy farmers ami sliirt mastcrs, there being adv-ii-ates of ! early breeding ami oi late, and many j who prefer a middle cuur.se v.iiic'i ' ;; gives the animal lime to mature, witli- j out, however, keeping In r so long that i' she shall have become tuo rosiiyj when shr romfs to nrofit. Si ill oinefi ! plan to have heifers calve rather. young, and then defer putting them to the bull tiie second time, so that the first period of lactation shall be. a long one. Those who follow this method generally contend that the first calving being early has tiie effect of preventing the development of the coarse, 'steery,' beefy appearance common among heifers that are bar ren until three years old, while tlie ^flloi. in +Ii*» .c/irdiiil r^M'imT pn^nlpc constitution to he developed and also encourages the habit of lengthy milk ing periods. National ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

I -;? ?'. 1NMEMOEIAM. * TATTIiOB,— In sad but loving memory ; ? jof i»nr-j«nr'mother ond, aiotSer-in-law, '??? J3U«i Taylor, who departed Ibis life ' January Z(f, 1917. ' f Her. smiling face and friendly ways ^ Are pieasaat to recall; fe She had a loving-' word for each, C iSfctadi died beloved. by all.. .' - h. -^ * One of the Best. tks — inserted by ter' loving daugliter and £ SPjfcik-law, tottfe and Souie Brooker. ^^J^^p;#l)ar1^:;ilji3;!ife^3aniary: P_ ,'? i - Goue, But Not : Forgotten.. & r^i^s^rtcfl by to' loving grandchildren, |£ J&fliuV . iaiii Jaek .Brpokcr. sh 0v , ' ?:? jn memoeiam; ? ' K»aC^iipjBtP- iu lo\-inff memovy of our m UufideSr jnpthur, HbIou Taylor, w)io died ^ 'llpjiary ?2°. ^917- ' WtjUwaye, ilear uiotber, of you' we are B^?r8noyc3' to be from you apart; |§§lfiU'*;tiearB and. grief v.e watched you W f ^'?x-'vsuikiug, K^ 'iSSHth a sad aud aehiuj,' ieart. i%4 ^$Re idreluu we sec your dear, kiud face, if f^UdkiKS your rtill cold brow; * -^ ^t.^u'.o...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NATION IN RAGS. BELGIUM'S PLIGHT. TRAGIC PART OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

A-;««M^jfl«^. ' BELGIUM'S PlilGST.,* TBAOrC TAUT OF WAE. The pitiful plight o£ the Belgian popn. lation, duo not only to lack o£ food nnd ill-treatment, 4ut- also to 'the entire absence of ' new' ^supplies' of clothes, ' is revealed, in alt His Aotror by repotls whicU have juBt reached England, from most ? of ' the largo ' towns of Flanders. Inspectors of the Commission; for Be lief in. Belgium have -visited tho. prin .i_«i -.n...nc mi tWfi larger villaces with the object of ascertaining the clotliing noeds of the population; and. the stories they tell reveal a state of affairs which is without doubt the most tragic in tho history of the war (writes Sir William Gooac, KJ1.E., ion. secretary of tho Belgian Belief Commission, in tho Lon don. 'Weekly Dispatch'). Belgium to-day is a nation of rags. . At Bruges, where there is a popula tion of 48,000, over 36,000 arc in urgent need of clothes. Blankenberghc, a small coast town of 500»-pc°plo, near Ostenn, contains 4000 tacn, women and: c...

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 — 25 January 1919

if v. ? - . .? _ I CfcliENDAIt FOR THE WEEK.-i I *v^.'-- JANUARY. ? fo ^PHASES OF THE MOON.' W& J0Sc&i&oop,.2a&, at 6.34 p.m. fBt- 'i3Tirst Quarter, pth, at 8.55 p.m. |3£ ;TF/»iH Moon, 16th,. at 644 p.m.. Bgf ''il-ast'Ouarter, 24th^ at 223 fcso. HF ?vJ'engee, Ilflvat 8.12 p.mV , ||w fV,Appgjecr24th, at 9^4 a.m. Ijlfjj, 2;-r., .: . .... ??? Sun Rises. Sets. Ml '^ilufjiajv 25th .',- ..r ... '?' ,5.-33 7-48 ip^Suriday, ^6th .'. .. .'? -. S-34 7-47 Kb' ^Monday, 2/th '= ? '. ' 5-35 7-47 K Tuesday, 28U1 ... ... . . '7-36 7-46 |||t Wednesday,' 29th' ;. ... -5-37 7-44 |||» Thursday, 30th- ?? . . :. 5-38 £,43 ?& Friday. .31st '?..-.-,:?? i ... .-.;? .- 5.40 ' . 7-43

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

:??;? ? AVorioma&rijqTioEB. ' L.;\/;-.;,'pBBMwifAJ#^t|q^;'.- ?;' '. :-'.-:-:iy« m«- Mj5&^ftfcA:8;%irv\ ^ ;; s.v ?; . ?? ?Mfyugiyjfiw,'.- -?.;.;; ,. ;:'..?;, tjUaLiiftOGJi MAji^noar ^jjlHmb'u? '?? r.V-''^:11. ???;:' '- ?'=??} H'.,^ :t:&'f&J&:.i *'?' ??', jeD^riffli^Vst fl»!-H-!o')rt -.Ti-scrvv ;frt-:«io'1*Earai1 ?^:;-v-&: Wgu ::*Y £-'v,-:- ;,*; llfiipiiiiill^ THUBSDAT,' JANP^TiY !;30^rA/of I ? . Jack, Clearing Salc/VTTraiifluinty, ...', SATUBDAY, I'lifeBDAUV l.-^A/* aMrs ? \V8ncbnt, -Property .iS»3e,- . J'tatornl ? Hotel. ? . V/v-.: ??'?'?-: ? .' / TIJK8DAY, KEBRUAKY 4.— A/e $lr J3. H. Oakman, Clearing ; Sale, 'Al- bury Road. . ? '? , . ' - ...,;:? THURSDAY, FEBRDABX :6.r^MtinJci-' pa] Sale Yards, i'i^S, Sheep .and Cattle. ?-. '? ?? V ???..???'.. ? TUESDAY, rBBRUAlJY , ? :ll.r-A/c Executrix Estate lste ii. iiawrence, Clearing Sale, The. Rock. -; ??'.-'. WEDNESDAY,- FBI38UAKY. 32 — A/- Mi. T. Clout, Clearing Saie, Jlit tagong, in eonjmio...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

Hospital Visiting Committee. f'i 'JHefiBTs; H. M.' Donougto, 1\ G. Bichard P' MKiatt££V€.'.Steitaay. ? ' ' & i/ijadles*1 Visiting- Committee «; .'.;Mm- §&* diinJe» JDobaey ana Ditehfleld. *

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

flUMOE. A ciiatltr-box — tlit^raniophoric. Wl)y arc moving aeroplanes li'.tc x.inrauls? — ISccausc they have no vis ible means of support. ' Wlial is that which the most im provident of young mcu arc always jible lo keep? — Late hours. A man who marries a woman wil'i an independent fortune niu&l expect lo jjel an independent wife. 'Landlady: My lodgers arc all so willy. Mr. KirstHoor: All, there's iioihing''likc lumucr (o sharpen tlie wilt! \ Lady (to boy with catapult): That's id. tliini; 1 never could do — bit a [harmless little bird. The Boy: ?Biottcd if 1 can cither! i\ Mistress': Whatever have you done, jSwciidoIcn? GwcDdolcn (from pile pf broken crockery): It's all right, |nain, I haven't hurt myself. t _^^_^-«- |; \\ 'lial is that which, while it lives, Constantly changes ils liabil; that is buried before it is -lcad, and wliosc Ibinb is valued wherever it is found? tr.'\ silkworm. ' | 'Tliey'rc comparatively rich, aren'l Ijicy?'' 'Well, 1 wouldn't say 1i:om jWalivcly...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

flfc PETER VEE 1EE, CHINESE DOGXOB »nd £ HERBALIST, ???' ( *0 -3EQB^E-?TRKE'r WEST, , .-.'?? ' SXlftlEY. ' ? '. V,3 VJjlt tliis District eyerj Four Weefc*, Every complaint ,iti uiale or female . -ki!f ully and tnwentnUy .treated. Will Cousulti flt -AJjBTJB* HOl'Eti. -'«,\.XUS3-MTBEET, Mewtown, WABGA.ynroAY, VlvBUHAHY 7; Aii MtJlIY, THUMB DA V, FiiliKU-AUY ti. .ftuurc 10 a.m. to fi.30 p.m.. ? Alturr— 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. PMotited «-ver 30 l'ear* ia AnitrcJU. Consult hi Uorrespoadense. New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Co., Ud, WOOn BR0KEB8 «TOGK ft STATION AOBNW, Aoitjon Balei of Stotk »t Albur/ pti WodODg* Alternats To»sd*yi, And JioBthlj «t Howlong 5?(U1» 5?»U#, ?aid Tsllangatt*. iUENTS FOB ALL COOPKEB »I?8 OjHeoi: Oornmercinl BftnJdDj Co,'» RaMingt, Ri»-w*-»U»»t, AldJOBT. Norwich and London Accident . Jnsurancfi Association Tk« NEW WOBKMEN'a UOMJPJM HAtflQN A.()T.»n ior«» from Jbrt JDLX. All CUmm of EMPLOYEES »r« U*l-It for ANY A0CIDHNT8 «Jid INDUS TOIA), DIBJSA8ES o»»nrrja« to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

[?] Be Murdoch Tailored FROM JANUARY. W DECEMBER '$*§^ You can't: do better— that's certain. Because Murdoch &§F2?) Tailoring gives you all you desire in smartness and style— l^j'- and more than you expect in value and quality. This is a ^jCST. good time to prove it ~ Now right on the threshold of the ^pMra|\ New Year— realise the economy of - . Jim, A MURDOCH 7QI fBlHl t/icsc suits are tailored from a fine range of English and mimSM - Australian Tweeds in up-to-date designs and popular shad JBtSbM »W- Every garment fits faultlessly and you have this un it «1 1] . failing guarantee, 'Money back if suit fails to please. ' - itlH j Send Y°ur if 1 m OrderTo-day ? il !| filBJ Write for bunch ofl » I iJUHV Patterns. Fill in iJlnwH coupon now. V I Bi^^a^ ow''' Murdoch \ WmBr* Suit-fa -Measure M ^g». ' priaj are. S4j, DESK}* - Messrs. Murdoch's in Park Street Ltd., Sydney Please forward patterns of Summer Suit ings at ? Sult-to-Measure, with tape and self measurement form. NAME ? ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

W Thn'J. Ireland Ltd.' label, on each guarantees its qiwtitp, 3 l/L onit apart from economy, racii fjiu- gioas most satisfying ra- \\ Qi eulta. Practical hou&civirrv find thai M I IRELAND'S I I BAKING POWDER a § «3 makes a sucro.vs of all cooking, inlirther in Scones. Cakes. |s| f*- Patetry or Biscuits. It in the Be.tte.r Making Powder, sold Tl ' under a guarantee cf satis/action or money hack. , \|R* g .. . ? ? IRELAND'S 1 i ' J./.M rffA . I. 4 possesses a flavor and fi-ir;ranp!- rdrelo found in leas at its |3 5 low price. Jtsuni/o-n stn-nyt!\ and all round ? ES Kj . economy maku it the iiixol f'uiinig Jta. . ^TiTnTT^T^-^J 'J TJ?J?T A AT TV Q ' ' -k' r'.'^'fio^'-'O . I JELLY CRYSTAI S py*g?^_ WIWot ' 1 J. IRELAND, LT& ' |™^^i2EJEafflBB I^^^^^^B 1. ' SL PATRICK'S O0U£6Ep-.S0lilBURN. - Hf|*, Under the Patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. J. Gallagher. B§if B3-SGISTEBED under tlic BTTBSAKY ENDOWMENT ACT of N.S.W., 1912. Hip COLLEGE BE-OPEXS on FEBKUART 3, 1019. Hlf ' LATEST...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

HEIGHT OP THE BIVEB.' f;i;vf-.-- .Above Summer Level. -*-!?',-'?.??? ???!?'?.'? ' ?' : Friday. ij.l^agga; ...'??.??? ? '??? ift. -.loin.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

K V*'**4 , ; ''^***-~i1^ * ' '.. ? ,' ? .- SsjT'.iKs'StiHW'^*^ a.m. tO'5.;-ip.in; . K'^^^^^liyf; 4o 1 fgn. ?? ' . ?. ' : ; K^pll^Oi'W -Thud J3y Appoiiitineiit. g-^ia||;-SStii;' inclnsiTe. ' '' ??'?.. . . ' ^t^g^|:f ;T':r.'.~..':' ?.?'.'? *~ Brp£;ft' ??????? : m&£&M*:H.% 'GIBBS, |et-^;v ' ??'? K rv0V- -??-. DENTIST, r 4-; ?:?;:';/? ..' .?' |J^ ^ ; - .. BAYLiS-STBEET, . | -^ ?/-?,' ? ?TNA.-eGA. , .' ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

SfHSijBiicHaiW^ ??ti-l&'-i£Z&J&'Hi?&t i\ *???'?? -V,^.'?^ ;:::tv;'TJHB MARKED/ ^ ?''.' ''' ?~i-.' .??'?'..' .^yjaNEV, Friday, '?' :?;?''. r': -FOBAtSfi. ';. ' . ..; ?-': ?: .SnpplieS;!it Alesauflfiawere just about equal to the demand, and eon Bignments sold ''steadily at late 'rates. Potatoes were, dearer. . Whenteu chaft, prime; ''??S/'/i'os 8/*', .^bbd 7/6 to 7/11; oatPh lcn'affl,'j)rlihc 8?3 to;8/6. Wheflten chnfl from Bennett, Korest Kill, Coola jhon, 8/, Gaumain 7/11; Mutton and Stevenson, Ooolamon, 7/6 to S/4. Oaten icliaft from 'Murphjj Cantnain, fl/6. . V PjlbDUCE. ..Eggs: Ke\v laid 3/6 to 1/S, railways 1/2 to 1/S, rivers 1/1. - FRUIT. -Apples 3/ to 20/, ibauauas 10/ to 1-V, lemons 15/ to 30/, pineapples 7/ 1o iV,.pes»ehcs.2/fi to 12/. pears 10/ to W, 'gvapes If to IS/ per e.isn.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING. SHEPPARD—PLUMLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

WEDDING. SHEPPARD-iPLUMLEY. At St.-Jpjin's Church, Darlinghurstr the Rev, Canon Beck, A.B.C., offici ated at ihe marriage of Miss Winifred^ E. A. Humley, 'youngest, daughter,v.ojfj .Mr. , A.^V. . PJulnleyf sosinastef r*Jd- nee, anltMrs. Plumlej', and Mr, Wm. H. S. SJftppard; eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William SHcppard, of 'Fair-; haven,' 'Potts Point. The bridegroom — ex-captain -ini ther; l?th Battalion— - ; was receMtb invalided home after.' four years' active service with the A.I.F, in New Guinea, -GalIipoli, and France. The -bride, who was given away by her father, wore a', charming gbvf'n of ivory crepe de chine, with a bodice of georgette over point-lace, a tunic embroidered with pearls, and a court train lined with sheli-pink georr. gette. Her veil ivas of Brussels Jace.p surmounted by a coronet of orange': blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white orchids, and wore a diamond pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Cissie Ncsbitt, the chief bridesmaid, wore a charming...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

CLEARING SALE. - Messrs. A. \V. Stirispn and Canieron and Mitchell, auctioneers in ' con junction, report a satisfactory farm clearance sale at Mr, ;A. Mangels dorf's farm, Rannpck, on . Tuesday last, when the farm implements and working pjant sold at good prices. A- waggon made £77,. disc plough £11 10/, drill £23 jo/; old Sunshine harvester £15 10/, tank scoop £29, iiorses were in poor 'dsrnand, the highest price, £19, -eing; paid' lor 'a nice 4-year-old1, gelciirig, Mr. G. E. Allen, of Rahnock, being the pur chaser; others sold from £?:tp |£js The auctioneers were . well pleased with this, ,their-first^ale of theseaspn,' and .look forward -'wUh cbhfidchce to' future clearance sales, libtwitli sraYi'dr. |no;^he,:)ong.dryh?p'e^,;-;: . '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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WAGGA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

?W-AGGA STOCK SALES. The usual fortnightly stock sales jvero hold at the municipal saleynWls -on Thursday. ''? ;? Messvs..'\Vlicatley aud-Cullen report n good yarding of. fat sheep and' stnro cattle but only a light yarding of store sheep. There, was a good attendance' from Coolamon, Ganinain, Junco, Olfl Junee and the surronniling district. Prices for sheep wore somewhat irre^u UUr, opening u\- UJ iau iii,iii\lpl juvko, *!?-- clining gradually for « while and again incrasing towards the end. The fr.t cattle market also showed a decline as compared with recent rates, and Milos were inclineil' to drag. However, a total clearance of all lots offered was effected, vendors of store .cattle -realis- ing that they had to aeecpt, reduced rates, owing principally to tlie scarcity of water. The following prices tos «biaincd: — Sheep: Crossbred ewes 21/ to 24/k crossbred Jambs (unslioiJi) lii/fi to ]9/«, shorn Jambs ]S/1 to 14/4, others 12/7, crossbred 2-tooths to ^3/1, prime aged -crossbred ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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WHEAT POOL. TOTAL SALES TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

WHEAT POOL ' '? ' T&TJO. SALtS TO ' DATE. I V¥ic Wh^at Coirimissibn has now -lis- j)^?ed:' ' of the* whole .. of .the 1915-16. i.^itv-haa fln; U(iid,at. Willianistown. and -G$eJ(yig -about t27/)QO,000 %ushe!s of the ll^€.17.jvlK!at/-e2,0O0,000 bushels of whieli.1 arB-' held pny Imperial account; .VeBmlrin-' -Ji.nnu.Oflfl- hnfebels'Still unsold.' I lOf VtiiB^i9|(547 svlreat, the eoftmissionj; | 'iit^titihtjigiKi1 5,p60jOOO: bushels, and sui-' S|ifi4:-tp'.Tnin(irs o'nd others JS.OOO.OOO .Swefe'' ?; : TiipBp ' tritnsnctiiBiis have prae? l^eilrjr^cSlt! 'jvitli lialif of the wheat' in .£4wMwj)oB!jr;.'. ij,.. .'?'.; ?-.. . ..? .;?.;? B ^jO^j^E/iSl^S ..-wheat, 2G,000,QOp: ?JfigiBi^B^O: »S y«jf oinsofd. Taking ilia.; P^W^T laiid ; ipi^lS^rpps tnRct her, th*. 4 total ^aanlitjr-J'epiBitung nnsnld Sb1 f si^POiO^iuBlieJsj-^.-.-iv^ ' ' :- --^

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M. P. AND A. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

;w!i^Rl»ilSiI -. ; ? '.'-'.p. -i^&u^^BTiliflS. -:- ?'? -i ? ': ?'?T^t-:^j;dii.rneii.:^n'ri'fti.'1iAl51etirts; *t: fhfc .' ,Mur,rntnbidpec ???',' I'asloral .and Aferictiliiiral .-A'ssorijitiofi was heia a^ 'tlie M.- P; aiidi A.-jfooms'last' Sevetiihg^ , }&M^:^t)?m-irh ^rtslffcoV»^ ^ihtft'Avis 'a?laVgii1aU'ehaa«ce *-t ,-incrtif. jicra; . ... -, ?? ; ... .. ; ;;. -...,. -? ?-. . ?? ;? -3n flic ,Atbtibh':.of '.Mf. ? W-. F.' Stone* seconded; by the -Hon. jatne^ Gbrinly, ?- 'M;li-*» -Mi-ii-H-.' ;li.'.;Mitclicimor& Waf. appointed trustee, in place of the late Mr.vAIick Sinitli. ..! .' ... ...':, The, 'annual' report -.. and1 'balance' .s^eeit,,a:prECis of whitii -was !publisli- .ved;ip : ^hi 'pailj'TAdVertiser' on Jatm j^rrVi'Sj were adopted..' '..''? ? ,'M*;;;J;:JererBy Jiioi'ed that flic best. ?tl^aiiks. of tlic members: Jic accorded - Mr,-' Mitclicltnore for his services to *tlie; Association aiid the capable liian ? her in which-.hc-faad filled tlie pffiee.pf pr...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPOINTMENT OF RABBIT INSPECTOR. P.P. BOARD DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

[?] ?^'Pf. .^pARD^OJBC^SI^H.;--!^, .' s\f the; raeetmgiiof^lie.^iggB'I'fS-: 'tares -^pM^gh|^«d|||jresterS6yi:: tlie .di'SirAiiui ^Vainep^tiiit .as ;. tht result of their JMh-ertisemetit ;for a rabbit iiispector, Mr/W. J.!-Hale had been askedtb present- .himself for an ?jiiterviejv wlrtiAhe Bo.^rd,ii, , .? v. . - A petirioA«*^-*(*sfente!J'from a .uuinber of ratepayers' praying that Hie appointment pf the inspector be deferred . until the meeting of the new Hoard, iii April. '~ ?Ditki:i6T, pbx-siii A ihat the jietitioi ivas^in:oriaer,^1Jut lie V thought that, many had 'signed it without- being aware of tlic full circumstances.. To reverse the action of the Board in re spect to -the proposed appointment jyou,ld be lolly. . ? -Director Fieldi said ' they ' should give the petition earnest attention. There might be 'an imputation, that ii was a personal matter and he asked that any action ie deferred until the' n«v 'Board mee(s. Director Gox: Do you think i it would be fair to Mr. Hale? ...

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