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TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
. ?' . TBOTTING iTXTUBBS. '? e.tt^C., Jrina-^Vb. to, Jtpl ;1. Job. ». Ttmpra Trottljoig: Clnb'.. ;.'. Ftb. 26. ' :A,;gresit reception' -.'was accprae'd.'to . Arfh iMarfl]a;:otii,:retlJgiiii6r,'o-iScale af^er -yTriningjlic '^nn|versij|y. Handi tap at . . tlandwick yesterdiay.. G. HutchingV: T'^^M'P.?^'!^^ .:;.s»s- ^peiilleH for tvy-o montlis for interfering with Bee in thfv straight:' ' :. '
INFLUENZA. SYDNEY'S CASES. DRASTIC MEASURES IN CITY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
ww» -SYDNEY'S - CASES. ' , DRASTIC MEABOBEB IN C1TY.: ; ' :':'-'V- .' ' SYDNEY fUoiiiiiy.X' ?.Further 'developmeiitBi; lava ^ taken ^face,, itr couiiection with oift of tlie aiifspieious cases of iiiflueii-.a at Sana: wick. -Jlilitary Hospital aiid there jsjw grave possibility it is a typienl'catc. of SpaiiishJufluoiiza, A final diagnbi&B willvbc made by members of. tho con-' sultative committee of the British iMcdi- cal JVssociatioii, who were horrieffly summoned by telephone this mofnlnj;' and motored out to the hospital -to examine 'the jiaticnt; ' ???. Araugemcnts liave bern inaJe by the Minister for Ileaith,- jir,, J. B. jijz geralOL, to launch tlic whole of tlid .'de- fensive aiedica] adminisirativc saiiepie. at a moment's notice. If the.casojis pronounced, lo be Spanish influenza a' ._ _. r«,l -'-nl,: n .1+. 1nnn1-?titr ti-ill lif- llfi] Mr. Ifolman an.31 Mr. Knller arei lioldlng themselves in instant^ readiness for.;tie sunimou!!. Unftivorable aclvicc from Mr. 3'itzg...
THE SHIFTING SCENE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
[?] - (By 'W.il.iSS); t - SYDNEY, Saturday.' It begins to look as if tbte ^.British; and American manufacturers^ ah&.-«x- portcrs have a tough proposition. to: tackle in competiug with the Japanese in the Australian and other markets', now that -the war lias given , tbcriit lUeir chance and their footing; So)ne, really -fearsome mbi-isli ??' has tieen nourinff into Australia from Japan during the past few years— rubbish which even at ''old song prices'' is; a , vexation of tlie fpirit'if not a weari ness of the fle&h. . But the people. - will ifUy cheap things: And' in some' cases 'ilie Japanese are really 'deliv-; ering the goods.'. .'?One instance vi ' this may be cited. The, other day a Sydney, man was asked to l-uy a par-, ticular type of glass jug. .He tried one large house and.it was quoted at 9/6. He tried another 'great busi-: llcb^ tiujiui auiii «iijvj' yjuiiu lit tuuiu get the jug he ' wanted) th,ere at 8/3. Then he went to a place wiiich stocks. .1 good de...
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
r^^il^P^@^li*i: '??? -:-' ?'??: -:' MEIiBODRNE, MmiaSv. ;. ?L;-EdU6winB are thj iriialts-ol ? ;tj^e ,T7»1- liiilirstiiwn Foundation' Day meei'ihp;- to , .day!-—'.' ' '.??-'?'''' .'??'. ;:' '.' '' ? '/?fi: '?-'iros.W'E :i»jyt*j^ . 2 jniips. ' ^.j^E'^iattfln/ 12.4 XSoyA) .... -1 3fi-iV;a-Jacli, 1Q.10 (f5cptl) ..-.: ?'.. '2 - Barfftllb: OiS (Cajl) .?.;, ..' ..'..'.3 ?'???? .-sBSiing: 5't* S.tlie winner. ??'??'; ':'' '-^STon by two ' lengths. Time; S.4S. ''- ; ???MAIDEN PLATE. C furlongs. '. : :'?-? itoorang-, ,8;0 (0 'Sullivan) .. ../..?}' ??'.. ?Araiidya,'741'.fFrankliii) . . \^''.:\ 2 i ?;.? ; l»roliiema, JA1 (Camjjram)' .?..?;'::/... 3 -'?'.'? '.JBotting: ? lo 2 lhewiahci',':7'-;; . '1 Won by ij length. TimfjVj^S,; y.l; i jmriNitE HAxnicAr. b\^0^: yjbiT. IJaiig, 8.3 (O 'Suliivaii^^^,;;^ x fioyal Comedy, 7.10 (Peaijis:^^;.; %^ Airasene, fi.U /(Killorii^^Wtl^V^C '^ ? .?-Betting: -5,Jo '4 .on|/thB/^nVcVr,-'^ ?Mov my a length. ?;vTJme','5[.^£K :?: ,:i TWJTOAtlOX^XV-iptJr; :.^]ii';^aH$ii...
A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. SECOND DAY. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP WON BY ARCH MARELLA. SIDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
[?] SECOND DAY. Ajsran^ias^aifi, jiajtdicap wok ? 'I ^.BY':'A;iKJH;&ASELXi'A. _ j ' '?' ' ??'?? ^bNfiY,-il6ni!ay. .Wio.«-Bclual«ig!da'y of tbVAtfC. A* niver'saTy ..imecHnE was run off to-day'j In in^'sc&oi %eathcr. The attendance «C-.W.fe^e..' 'iietBlU:— J sfi&j^-flJWDM,BACE. About im.[ qasili^lM-;:-^. Moon) ... .... ^ 9&$&Cr,lxA3lil'Gce) ?:. .. ?? -i i$ifi&fyfl£lir:-- Onions). ,., ??..?-..3. ? ':ffim$ifttvvi ?Algmi8lO.4,.MiaTljna j; *iri^O^pmfiiS:leiletl- 0.0, Barmeeedc $»,. ArokiilO^.^iss^Sifori 9.0--: .' : ? ? rBstti^':'^pDfiZara\»ne,.2 to 1 Basil - :&i^t«|i 'Z^aplpli, S'tolAlffOUS.lO tn_ i^iMiiiSii 12 to 1 'eooiiaWgledcne. 20. to'' j*»tifcr'£'-...: ;?.???..' ' '. .'As'jthieVtWJit over the first -jnmpGoo- naSglciiefle''ifa- 'Wohi' J*fiss Sivori an-l'; ^;6j^;|Zai**ihc feh over, the leger jomii; f foy'SSgblpjii-snid Goonanjjiedehii; then ^V&^&^iy^f- ' zai'abtBe' ^il 'M''V -o^p*&$~'J»£ , **ivA }-?*. 'con...
FUNERAL. LATE MR. MICHAEL TORPEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
.......... f uncial.; I.. LATE MR. MICHAEL TGRPEY. The funeral of tlic late Mr. Michael Toriiey took place 011 Saturday after- : noon, leaving the Wagga Hospital at half-past 1 o'clock. The interment: was made in the Roman Catholic por tion oj the Wagga cemetery. The pall-bearcrs were Messrs.. 'G. P. Wat son and Cecil Watson. J. T. M'lntosh' andiW. Miles. The Rev. Father Barry officiated- at the graveside,, and the ?funeral arrangements were con ducted' by Mcsrs. M'lntosh Bros.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
' jii^^tft^^ pt.tsa^f. TjnTg j . ??-?;?? A CHEAT INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION v .'. :V\.:\'--: ?:.-:4-'^«! - ?????! ; ?;?;?*? ^:.=- ? :...?- ? ^Vjfrj0'.. . ? ? ' ?'? ? ? ? ' ??????-.;? * ' fat:':' mh^^mmm'' d ? ' '? !. NJf^^iiN^IN «\^R^TOWN IN ilOTRTNA JN i^A ;FOR E^MSS ANi) MATli '.TRAINS, '?? :. JTlifough Your Newg-jigfiBt, HjBa iire4tfi Advertiser* Mid wish to tnov? about its ; vjiruuiauuu, -? . . ., , . .'? j ;M^ Coinfiierciftl Ti-arcllftra, !ksk iidl News-agents, : ? ' ?£&% Sfock.atid fetation Agents, . j ^ the Post Office. (M:tt IKe 'Pailjr Ad^rtiser' Office and see the j^ejbmray at work, which enables us to give The LATEST CABLE and TELEGRAPHIC NEWS : mm morning. Thb.;1)litrifst News is from ihe Most, Reliable i ' ' ; OoWespoDdents, ftV^i-fPi!Bat, Sheep, Rattle, Horses, Pr6diice, and iJTmt J^ic&^Criirrent Wires Received Every Day. *SlCE— Id. per Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. TtVbe fibtamed from all News-agents in Every, Town - \ in Kiyerina, m tm t?opy, advertisements...
SINN FEIN. LEADER ADVOCATES MODERATION. DUBLIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
; SINN F£tN. ^ XEACEB Advocates ??_: . M0DEEA.T10N. . ... .. ... . ...JiUELLS, ilondav. The Sinn Pcff leadere utterly repu diate; t^e -Outrages- such as the Tippcr aiy murder. It 3s authoritatively stated that despite- tho tension, crimes have not iappreeiably increased, in -Ireland in 191S. 'Many Sinn J'cincvs admit they are prepared to accept a. reasonable Home Eule,' instead of a, republic. Tho Sjnii Itain' 'PariSamBnt is largely bour geois. The spe,a^ker is ^.commercial traveller, -otliets. are shopkeepers, f arm- erst oommereial-iiien,. la,wyers,;and jour,. .nalistB. ;. 3ir.S3ij,-,de i-3'ajeraijs«iit a mes sage -from- gaol urging ^moderjation and the ayoiaauce of acts 'which would cause ?*pJiBalsiJ?'-*''-f-; Vi' -;-\^ V- ?? . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
I«|»W''CHE(ITLY IMPHOVED. ;?? '?_? -? - ? T|» rfolloiring '-ToldnUjT', .atettiBen* JMrired from Mrs. Beter MoGrgtliid^cnb ^*h«jn*-tywla(iijterlittk£id-»u»od WnVaMIOlbe tkpid unjirOTement iphwlth ? ?Itb^^iw. stontBoh v wibriiu .? vtxp ^xwUiid - ip^«o»W;i)« raluable Wormation^foj - Wj^to whole children are ?affeiingjn* mi !ti^ ud'^imyjfcnU $Mdnrerd in *ani£*V* ':
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-1919. 1919 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
[?] Pf -''v-'-'-.SiW-i'i f ?». '????.??*.? '^S'l''-',-,;-^' ?? ?* ? [?] 5^m*J4m6rialMeetinjgr.i M»t. ll oaamt £%JC... .. .^actrcii i». ?: »i« Si. 3P»tritk'» pay B.C., MMth J* 1TnwK*^C ' ? '.'. '.'v-;. ;.??? -i .? ? ;?- ? ? April 9. '???\ 0«SSan''.8-Hpor:.Cliib .. April 4, 5. Ooutbnrn EC. ?.; .... April 11, 12. lSe'»hfc.#4fikJO.:.'.:-:» 'April si. ; firail T,C. .,..-..-.; ,i AprU SI. SUtfto* *t£ ... .'.,,.... Ajprtl*l Dwlington PciBt'-lid l)i«triet . Bating Olnb .. ...... April SI Qr»bl»eii Qnllrti^!; .'..... April 25. Oroftii*reTl J.O. :*. .. ..... ..May i. Alliary ?C. .. i; .-. .. M*y '2,4. Hvnrnmbidgte t.C. .'. ..May 4, 7. J&rrEpbnrrah T.C. .^ .. .. May M, 15. KaraBdera B.C. .. .. .... -*»fjo, «? ty L.V. S.C ? &v£$,M.,. mnoara YX:k: '.:. Stiif ?8, 1» Baciug Club . . ?-... . . Joui S3
QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
QUAliHTING CEETIFICATES. .-In additioti to the name* published resterjay, ? the following .pupils from Wa^ga and .Goulbniu seaools were suc^ iessful : at the ' Qualifying ? Certificate Cicamiuatios*. — Sacred1 Heart Pi'cseBta lipi Convent School,' Wagga: Darby, Mavy -Thomas, vB^B 9h 16B; Toohey, iiary, 3L, 21 3B 5A *B «B 81^ 16B. (5t. Patrick's College, Goalburn: Fisher, Gepj'ge' William, IB 'SB 6B 8A«B-]0Lj ^I'Shane, Charles josepk IB 2B SB 5B 6B 6B;-^efc*itt, John Kevin.' 3 B SB SB 6B SB i»B iOL; Bccd. Francis ?Edward, 2B 3B 5 A 6A(x) SA 10L.
ITEMS OF NEWS. ACCIDENT AT BORAMBOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
ITCMS OF NEWS. ACOIPENT AT BOEAMBOLA. . ?Jiilia . .Hcly, the nine year old daughter' !of Mi-, and ifrs. E.' W. Hely, of- Borambola, ? mot with h Tpainfji-aceid'ent on Friday last. Thn ch'Jl.d fell oft a pouy she \vss riding, thn result being a broken! arm and several bruises about the body. Sir. -Ernest Sfinjjsoiv of Old1 vBoramb»la, ? kindly brought the cliild to Wagga and, after ?metUcal attendance, she -was taken to a private hospital. Oa inquiry last night she was reported to be progressing as ^*J1 ae eouid. be expected.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
PERSONAL. ? The ^Melbourne. 'Age,', referring to the Teported early departure of Arch bishop 34aiulijf,-oii3 visit to Rome, says: 'Jlfhe Archbishiop :jn-IU rcliirn to Tsicl bouriie early in, 3May, andi will, at. the in. vitation of Bishop Bhicl,.. visit Bock hampton for the purpose of taking part i»',a function . at ^that place. Ur. Man nir has entered into engagements last ing ivell.inlo May next, and there is no prospect icf.&s pay ing.;a visit to Some this year, though it is possible, he may do so next year.1' ';
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
BD67NES8 ANKOtTNCElfENTS, A' pnblie meeting1 wiU.be held at Win ter's Hall, -Marrar, on February 1,'io devise ways and means of raising fuDdj for local repatrtation purposes. The.Yathelia Rciurnca Soldiers' Wcl ?*ome Avssociatip.n- request relatives and friends of returning soldiers to Dotify th**4ate.'liipon.,,%yhieiL.,tbe. soiaicrs uSU arrive, also the railway .station they will }^^^/~''/:^£'':i^rl:\-:. - .' ' ???-/; ? 3fip Ppstmastcr-OcneraV's Department' invHtes'.tendersifor'iepairs to telegraph line, supjjly of poles, and struts, cte.
ALBURY L.V. RACES. THREE WALKS OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
^d&URY O. ^GES. THEEE WALKS OVER. . The Bunwnisr ineofiug tif the. Albury J..V. Race Club was cdncinded on Sat-' iirdhy in disagre'eaWe weattier. There vtas a'fair atWndbnce. ?Thc meeting V'iis.tlie posrest ever livid 3-y -the dnli, and « heavy loss will bc'&Staihed, very. fcF librsci bring -in training-,': owing- to tS-o 'drpng-Hl. There were :ho totalisator invcsTments. ' Rflfuits: — : '' SECOND HUBBLE BACE. 2. miles. .T.. O 'if; Jlly '.? , Wee book, by Bun-, dook— Little Morv, 10:12 -PJiil- ; ?lipsoli) .. .'. .. ... .. ... .. ... 1. C. Waterstreet '* Ba'fikbone. . 11.0 (Stuart) .. .'. .'. ..'v. ...... 2 II. S. Butt 's My fceorge, iO.O (Craw- . ford) .. ? ;. .?:'.''.. .... ?'? Uetting: C ttt'l on ;SVc'e Dook, evens Backbone, iD tbl My George. Won by a. icPBth. ^tqi'e,' 4.6 2-5. ; t9£lX-.MI TBJaij Wi'AKlSB. » turlongS.: A. H. Guskett 's Fath6pue('i)y. Ptero- ! .pus— Faith, ,7.0 (Poster) .. .. 1 J. ?SeammcH'd Kind Vriend. 8.J5 (S. :. Waddups) .....?;... .i .... 21 E....
COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919
COMING SHOWS. Gosford— January 24 and 25. Kiania, January 25, 2& and a;. Dapto-i January , 31, : February '? Berry— February 5 and' fi. -Bombala— March 13 and 14. Nowra — February 13 and 14. Penittu^F-sbruary.i4 and 15. Castle Mni^February 14 and 15. Guyra— February 18 and 19. Taree— February 19 and so. Hilton — February 19 and 20. ; Cpff's Harbor— February. 19 and 20. \VoU^ng:o|jg-r-P*bruary ao, 21, 22. \ Yanco'--February --25 ind; 26. ' .,''-? CunningrrFrebruaj.y 26. and a/. ? Uralla— 'Eebrwiry.ss, s6 an.d37. ? Inverell-iFiSbruiiiry 25, 26 anlj 27. . ! Dorrtgb— February 26 and 27. Robertson— ^February 26 and(2'. . Newcastle— February 26; 27 and 28. ' Tenierfield— March 4, 6. Bega-^March 5 and 6. : ? Bellingen — March. 5 and 6. ? Bwidwood— March s^and.6. ? ? Tuniut— March 5 and 6. #oss Vaier-Mirch 6, 7 arid 15. Bangaloi\v-March 11 and 13. Cdotamundrii-^-March 11 ^nd 12. : ^ Glen In'nes— March 11 and 12. v. :Gloucester^-Marcli 12 and 13. . Kangaroo Valley— March 12 and 13. N...