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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

: . 2N MEMORIAM. ^MARTIN.-^lri sad but loving memory . : ofmy deal- wife, au-l our dear .another. Winifred Mary, who dcparteO this life December 31, 1915; aged 55 ycars^ Deeply Regretted. — Inserted 'by 'her loving husband, Thomas, and son Will, also daughter vffnlU. son-in-law. Flo and Fred Stewart. INMEMOMAM. EDMONDS.— Ill sad but loving uiemory of on i dear son. and brother. Will, who departed this life on January !. .' 3918. ' t ? ? ' ? ' One year ago' Hie message ejine, From Cod, Who thought it, best ; To take you from this weary world .And give you peafe and' rest. ... . — I^berted by his loving mother and lather, sisters and brothers. ? ' ' ' TBM . #iBBAflMLTp¥IRTOKft ' TiiisU Iru# libtrtjr whet frtebora »?*, «*vinsto *dvi»l thi pablin'miy «p Mk ffM, I— lililTON . r ? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I, W9

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PONTOON SUNK. FERRY STEAMERS DELAYED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

pbiiiTbdN SUNK. TEKRY , STEAMERS DELAYED.^ : * : 5 ' SYDNEY. Tuesday. : The *Wteamer Port ? I)arwit? .while sb .iier . mdoriugs near -0ffimoine/. drpj^ieS 'the line.' which sec^a^^erj ' She cflmnieiicea to drift Crtmorne Avhnrf and her niike^^aine into contact with a pontoo?aWa^icS to the wharf ifind wruslied it. TOiipji thi?' stonmef j^oved, the pontoon sanky sink, ingiit impos^iblo#for the ferry Reamers to land their pasi»Bgers. Tlicris -wcrc a large numbjii' of 'ij^plo on the.pontoon at. the time of tJrtficcijSent btit luekiljjj thein -to eg? si ; »

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOOKING FORWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

LOOKING FORWARD. The year 1919 finds us delivered _ iron) war and in tlie act of an en deavor to. make the most of the les '' #oris learned and opportunities pro vided. We live 111 ill i age when marvel surmounts marvel. The exi gency of .war liast wrought upon the inventiveness of mail, and liis brain has produced -engines 5 of , destruction . which have potentialities for - peace Men' have become- accustomed i-- 'spar upon wiiigs like eagles,' and the ''io.ooo leagues under the' sea' of lules , Verne is un fait accompli. Pcr liapsHhe conquest of the air marks the greatest step 111 scientific pr j pre6«: . Already there are actual uiail MTnces and talk ol their : extension apross the facc iff the globe, reducing ?'-.??the time required for actual communi ' cation by more -than 75 per Ceiit. The u afivent of the 'steam boat- brought the '???? world niow fully-withinthe fold of civilisation. 'die -traffic of the air. wlncli is destined to make , naught «f dislatiCe -which a century a...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

I far Christmas J and aft I the happy dags to come ] j Chrtetm^ season b ?eMtm. Make I yours a gift thftL counts ; a gift that will he 1 va!u«ifsr its many piKlical uses, that adds 1 rest to life, that fc.kts it owner out in the open 1 to the benefit of his health, and that develops I a love ot outdoor*, a teener appreciation ol § all nature. , | W!;r.'c can yon find a pft that eonf«r« auch benefits as | a K oM? What n the to equal the making of g Kodal pictures at « hobbjr, lor «ctu#l usefulness and g sheer gripping interest? And anyone can learn to use £j oite h Mf-sm-lwBr. The finishing of thepictures in the davi^k-aikhe-'wiy method, without need of dark !§ room or cspeniiye equipisss; i* a Kg feature ©f j| Kodak populiritf. Front thinning to end — ease and | simplicity. | .. There are Kotlaks fro® 40/- to £15/2/-. | The fio. - Au}?gfaphie K«x3al Junior u ? splendid c&men far H ( em»tenr»— lnd-e». Fiiw 62/-. p A»k yoMi (re* copy of ?bemutifully R illiuMlcd booklet, fnljjr...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

RHEUMATISM CURED* i I5Y ens of fh* most Expsrisnsid Ohtmisto in the ConunoiroMlth, ! 'Hansen's Bhcamatio &emed)^' ' Everyhody in t&lkiiig about tt. . Com pletely rid* tb» sy*t*m of Prla Acid and lestores the lostitonaof the JBCD NEYS. The pain of BHEUMATISM relieved after a IftW dosst. In bottlss 5/6, from. ' ; HANSE*, OhemlSt, EEKXT, Oit Bit. Anderson, Chemist, Wagga, Mr. Friedlieb, Chemist, Albury. Mr. Trivett, Chemist, Coolamon. Mr. Ballhauaen, Chejqust, OpotamSAdra, Mr. Duval, chemist, Narandera. Mr. Matherson, Chemist, Junes. Mr. George, Chemist, LocWiart. HANSEN'S '* SPECIAL 6KIW OINXM^ra' IJEACEES the Spot for Eczema, old Skin Diseases, Cuts, Burns, Pimples, Blackheads, Mouse Plague, Varicose Ulcer, etc. It is a bona-fide remedy lor all 8 KIN troubles and the publlo are demanding it. In Large Pots 2/0, Bold everywhere, or from ; HANSEN, Chemist, Henty. Headaches, Giddiness, Giariness ABE CUBED WITHOUT DBUGS OB COLOBED SPECTACLES BY B. REMEZ The Well-known OPTO...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

I MR. PETER YEE Lfe, CHINESE DOCTOR and BEEBAJjIST, f. 50 GEOBGE-BTREET ?WEST, .£ SYDNEY. Will- Visit this District every roar Weeks. Every complaint in male or, female skilfully and successfully treated, 'Will Consult at ALBUEY, HOTEL, BAYLIS-STREET, Newtown, WAGGA, FRIDAY, JANUAEY 10, AL. BTJEY, THUESDAY, JANUARY 0. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Albury — 10 a.m. to 3 *p.m. Practised over 30 Years in Australia, Consult by Correspondence. New Zealand Loan and Mercan 5 tile Agency Co., Ltd, WOOL BB0KEB6 STOCK 4 STATION AGENTS^ $ ' - — 1 Auction Sales of Stock at AJbuiy ud Wodonga Alternate Tue«day». teti Monthly at Howloog Wall* JVtlla, f' and TfiUangatta. AGENTS FOB ALL C00PEE3 DIPS. Offices: Commercial Backing Co.'# Buildings, Kicwa-itreet, ALBDEY, Norwich and London Accident insurance Association, Til NEW YTOBKMEN'8 COMPET CATION ACT in force, from 1st JULY. All Classes of EMPLOYEES ars Liabl# for ANT ACCIDENTS and INDUS TBIAL DIS BIASES occurring to thtlr MPLOYEES. WB Issue POLICIE...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

' ^ ?? *.:? '?' ' : ? :'.'.? ? ''?) ? w DR. H. d GI8&S. ? r . ,.i f ? ?'&£?' ? 'f'Vf* ? -'r- * ?? 1 ' ' ' ; WiM&i, . , * ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

; In brief. m (txpcctcd that about only 6000 l-a|;4^F^v1^at,Svill be delivered at Copl^:iiraiHv&}- station this season. \Vfi§|l-^nj£hr|?d with 70.000 bags de liypek'at this station in 1915-16, ' the iaifijM! piff is tremendpus. The major poip$& wheat 'w»U conic oft the [h|MiiF.c-.£iiini jit.WidgcoiiguIly. rlfi-Tb ' ? ?; i ... Mift.Kovvr^ ''Leader' reports that ai a|i'spe'r'.-- Tini^i a : boy of four years sa\W a giri ' of ^ three years from drqwiiipg. The girl fell into a dam (jftS^idtpth,^ With great presence or'^h'a, tins' little fellow waited- til! t!i-|t^ii'i arosp, and pipped her by the ant^;fln-l %v ,%r liu'ely out. JSliics, Minister for Education, sta^d on Monday that it had been 4c®^di. to introduce a bill during the ncspscssion of Parliament to make tlii^yjicalioii of deaf, dumb, and blind cliuKmi-'cdifipulspry. It is intimated iliap'-cry '? inanjr' children so afflicted S«»«vi,,,r.i.o traiiiiiig* whatever to fitjrajm'foi: lift's battles. : .jfecordirig to a...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

PRODUCE iEggt;: New 3W4 1/ to J/3, case aud railways 1/ to 1/1. j ? FBI) I T. [ Apples 4/6 to 17/, fcananas 12/ to 25/, cherries '7/ to 14/, oranges, com mon 8/ to 37/, novels 22/0 to 25/, lemons 12/ io 34/, pineapples 11/ lo - |16/, peaches 2/6 lo 14/ per case.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. FORAGE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

; COMMERCIAL. ; ; ^T^E^roaday. The chatt jnarket 'was firm at Aleiaa-i dria Balcs -tb-day. --frices for wheateu and oaton'«ba£t were slightly higher. Potatoes wora again dearer. Wheatcn chafi, prime - 7/9 to 8/, good' '7/2 to ?/7; oaten chaSE, prime 8/, good 7/7 to 7/9. Wheaton chaff, from Thomson, Oeotamundra, 7/2. Gateu chaff, ex Brocklesby, 7/9; es 'Wagga, 8/.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA EXPERIMENT FARM. UNVEILING OF HONOR BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

, WAGGAEXPERIMENT. FARM) , IWtTniKOOFH^Noi-BOAkD. At- theWagg.'j.Jjlfcpet'iment Farm yes-' .. terdflF'9#P*n^n\tb,ei-creroo'i»y was per fotmed -of unveiling the Jionor board imttoining tho names of those who en listed and took part in Die war. The '.list showed that ; 270 ; had an fwererltie call;;.. Of those ,45 had beeij - killc d ? ami 2i ^.wounded ? and invalided home.-. Those who had- made'' the su preme. sacrifice were:—.. . - ..-, ; 13. Barker H,' Rr Mud-Ue ' -r -E. Barlow ' ' ? J.:M'Bride' ; Bo6th - H. T; M.'KCrn ? V. F. Bowler Si.H, M'-Uern . .1, E,. Bushelle A. M'lfinjny A. B. Campbell D.-M. O'Connor L. Clifford ' A. H.-Oliver E. A; Corfield . ' H. 0. Oliver ; -? F. W. Corner ' X. W. Pile A. T. Doig- F. M.Priddle ' G. F. Edviard# 0. E. Puckle , C.B:, Elder. F. L. Bidewav G. P. Forsyth L. D. Robertson C..L. Franzen' K. M. Ronald H.'G. Henderson' ? ? H. II. Bose S. .T,' Hoskisson C. L. Smith .T. B. Hunter M. K. Tarte A. .T.' Inglis . ' 0. 0: Taylor E. E. Keenan J. Thoma-g E. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL LATE MR. J. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

FUNERAL LATE MR, J. GRAY. The funeral', of the late Mr. John Gray took place yesterday morning, and left his iate residence, 'Burn Burra,'' Flinders-street, Wagga. It was very large aild representative audr contained relatives and friends .from very distant pavts, including Victoria, Narandera, Gaumaiii, Coolamon, Mar-, rar,.; Downside, Pine -Gully, Forest Hill; Toole's Creek, Lake Albert, and Wagga. 'There were also present a large number of members of the M;lT,l;O.O..F,^^o,dge and J..O.L., of w hi cii t he : dec iased'^v a s an esteemed membfctv,. -The Mayor and AJdermen. and officiate '-5f .the Municipality of Wagga'also attended.: The inter men t.waf made in the Methodist por 4ion of tue \Vragga c^metery, along side the gTave of-deceased's late wife. The pall-bearers .w.we' Messrs. R. P.. ?-Mnier.AV'. Castle. H. Turiiefc-.T. Coii jiors. J. Maliony Stid C. A. luglis, four, members of the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodgf and two members of the L.O.L , and at the cemetery the pall-bearers were t...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

THE WEATHER. There was 'a further '.return to hot conditions' 'in Wdgja yesterday,' when the maximum «haflei thennometer read ing was ,100.5. degrees, .registered at 3 p.m. -i ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

PERSONAL. Bombanlaer Bert Pendrick, an origin al Anzac, returned to Wagga by the j mail train yesteTday morning. At the station he was met by his ' father, bro thers and Sisters, and Mr. II. Oates (sec retary) and! other members of the Re turned Soldiers'- Beqepthni Committee, representatives of the ;Bed- Cross, the ' Wagga Soldiers' Comforts Fund, and other patriotic Jjodies, Mrs. jflprtiand had the arrangeikient'of the decorations. Bombardier Peiwlrk-k was driven straight to his lonie. He enlisted from Wagga in October, 1914,' and -was at tached to the 7th Battery Field Artil lery. He had seen much fighting but fortunately came through unscathed.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

LATEST FORECAST! ? V SY'DN-EY, Tuesday. ? Hot and-'sultry, .with tliundtrstorms and rain -scattered^ovef . the 'northern halt, with ? northerly winds; cool southerly 'over southern half later; squally 'on' the south' coast.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MARES EXPECTS RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

MR. MAKES EXPECTS RAIN. ^fr. Mare's (!N'4-vr South Wales Divisional OjTicer tpr the Common wealth Weather Bureau), says lie is in. clined. to'-feef optimistic in regard to the outlook ^or an early breaking, of the. drought.. , He stati on Monday that from .what, lie could then see we were getting, close io that-part of. tlie monsoon- pcriodl- in -Australia when tlie various disturbances that develop ed should; be more effective. 'In De cember,' 'he ' rertiUrkfcd, 'we certainly had some' Tai'r' raihs'in various .parts, but. -they were not' of that order to be | described as drought^breakers. But in January the. possibilities are 1 brighter. * ' The activities, making for rainfall are Strong .in January, andi it . . on t: :(t ,1 place my anticipations of' ; -lu'- i vtter -rams than we have ex i 'r^i ced- lately.' ? - ? ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRANSPORT SUNK. UNITED STATES LOSS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

TRMSP0BT; SUNIK &ND6^f Wednissaay; -* ' The.' United States transport'- TeaU' ?doi'e^w'iii? vVecked- ja 't)ie -'Bay'p£;,Bi» cay-; '7' -['-y _ ?;r';;': ??

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

[?] that the post to lb a.m. onlj- to^dny. ^hi^egTijp^g office will lic opeii^T^flio saine '-pftrwo but there -will be a telephbue service all day. The money order office will be t'lOSPd all ;div. .Tilerc -vlil -be one elearauee of letter, boxes-aad'iifie deliv ery of letters 111 the inqruing;. Oii ?Tliursday the usual routine «^1! be're suined.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EX-KAISER'S HEALTH. MAY LEAVE PRESENT ABODE. AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

EX-KAISER'S HEALTH. [?] V.fJUntir.V C, , AMSTE1U3AM, TiiMday^ .'ft ^y^anter&s^aUs. ; ''e.^pr^habJe^atftte ,att&frii«r ¥stet^ati''(l'ijSye ither'ei;;lflH#.^|3 Sufl^ritig;^rt^SieAloushe£s,,-'iniKirig-|| £on.versatfen.idiflieii!j» ?; '? 1 |

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE YEARS RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

THE YEAR'S RAINFALL. The total registration of rain at j th e Wagga post -office for the year ' -918 was J760.poiu.ts. As will be seen by tlie lable. publi^ii^-Ji^ll^^otlyer . page of this issue, tli56 js the 'drieft' year since 1914, but by.no meajis ex-'' cept ional as, regard®; a. small total The remarkable part of thc y ear .juet ended-; however, i s tlia t ,-oi , 1 760 points registered in all; . 1598 .were registered in the first 'eight months of the year. . or sn. average monthly fall of', prac tically aoo'points: while in the last four months Vonly ijfe - points fell. ' showing an average' monthly fall', of. 40 points. Uut for;the average rain? duriug tlie -iviiiter. and jtliie heavy fal1.'; in, August, conditions. , pi .the AVaggj district would ha^ifefeii' niuch.worsf i'lian. tliey are.; Thfe-Ja'st four montlis' of if)if- showed by- far .'le.ss' aggregate rain than for .tlie sariie period of ' any of tlie precediiig 46 'years:' Wc put-, iisli to-day,' also, the table of lu...

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