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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

' etr&WOODiixBBBT, WAOOA. I 8 P*. j ? ? ' Otfeir &ImM App61nt«iit ' - ' |^.*^rM'HeV;roEumedA^rhur6^ay, ; January |pl|%^--^sSiab&t'Veftfeli- Snturddy in Sy^fiiiary.'-'^ViSttB JJBoreeCfeel:; Monday, ; SrrfMtar so; ?'?''. i |§#f«'.: ?: - ?? ' ; -? . DR. H, R. GIBBS. -']' ' tSSfe'S:. ' ; ?'' '0-r'i-i ??-'... -^ ? : ,f'; , BATT.TR-BTBBK, .' ' v -? v.. ff AGflA, jg fe.i':.-; '? ' T V -. ' . ? ' . . ' ? V' \:-ll ? ? ? -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GROWTH OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

#-»;? GROWTH or SYDNEY-. Ij/' Owing1 to tlie cost of materia), : drill E-She ItigJV vvages diecreed for- -\'Oi ker5 ill' pjjjiiie baijiiiiiff.lrade. there 'is, «e ? -ate:. S^Jpl^/i.isliinip in building. The Fair ; K^ilieols Court, also, ltas-be«n mentioned-i1 feis -3 factor iiiakiiig-for.tlie-saine result. ; ^Ng^iMWWirtiv— 1 1\« -picture- ot ? —iiiy ; jduijitsj&jlrairn -J»' . a.' Inter-State: i£-t|titti-ssioiier, and -tlie' bousing ; of. -tlie |)0|-:i!ati0n of the city and suburbs liecoriicsa ccntral triiestion ot tlie drfj'. ^feverfliil«Ts,. k -repon .of ': ^BuiVdfiiffPiri j ^^neyifoiitbc jear^jgiS ,slionx4'.#4f ijj^-^miises .vk'jM ertcied in tUat}y:«arj ;ihc 3vtragc-JiBmber of tenants; iii P^t^S^frtys/ -tbe figures meai} ,ibat _ S^fii^S^cj^infnodaiio'ii ? fdr&^pfajt ; ®M0tt-^-iditioithl 'people1iaE 4)eeii jiro XiitricriiaB Jjeen ri gcner'a| {te; ^ffijibl^iS'iflitvttlitbrcaif'rtf^ar; V lit pfeifflfe'iBilliliiitt' were crfcticd af .: -Jll ' :. .1916; . v --E$3 -r ;% ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

fp^ SI' Sfc;iit'.}ioni}i, ? Methodist Church , Mfc^y ; .-the ' 'Rev'.' Youshun, Florence. I r '£pjf; IMr. and 'Mrs...Bi.d-lQiv. Churchill. 'Son of I 8$4*^trs' ^,'lUTCJli11' I Kw||i U 'trii« liberty wlien freeiort B^ ^pKviBg to advlM tit* pnlilit »*y »pe-i R'j'frM. V^HUiTON. E^gA-Tt R I-A j, - ;J;\ NUA RY a- lOiQ- , .. .

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 — 4 January 1919

^i^ENDAR1pOR-'THE ; \VEEKs— ' JANUARY., :': ^7 , ?„ , -PHASES ! OF fiiB MO OX. Xew'wton, 2nd, at 6.24 p.m. t ^ 1 Srst ljua'ricr.. 9tiiV.aV-8.$5 P-'1; j' ..*iFiiH?-Moon. 16th, at 6.^4 p.m. ' .SJ^st Quarter, 24th/ at 2.32, i ' -.,i Perigee, Vilh, ,at 8.12 p.m. wApOffce, S4trli, at 0.24 a.m.; * . ?-? ' ~i i . Si'.n Rises. Sets. . .. .? ?! ?.. 5-U 7-5-1 ;f.Siinday;.;slh .. . ?'? 5 -- ~.-7.f-4 rMond^ytitl; ?_. . .. ...... 5.13 . 7-3*4 l.T«esd^,v7th'-. . .. ?? .. 514 ..J7-S4 Wednesday, ;.8th ?'? . . 5' 3' 7-5 i TCiwrsday, 91I1 ? i ?-16 'x :' »»54: ^Iday^iotll ^ .. .. S-I7 ''7-S4

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga Benevolent, Society. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

* ? ? - Wagga Benevolent Society. ,''? $00 ltit older for tie month;— Mri. ''1ft. iiyrii^g.' j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MITCHELL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

MITCHELL SHIRECOUNCIL. , MONTHLY MEETING. The teonthly meeting of the Mit- , chill 'Shrri Council was held yesterday at fife -SiiJre Chambers, Johnston- 1 Street', Wafegi.' Present: Cr. W. Wil son (president), and Crs. J?. W. Cox, E. 'T. Bartlett, G.: L. M'Nickle, C. Richardson arid G. Lindon. The engineer (Mr. P. L. Edwards; j suggested, with regard to Millwood-. | road, that the niaintchaiicc men be j removed from the \vbrk on the hills during^ the wheat season, as the filling is likely to make the hauling heavy, and that they attend to the tilling of deep holes on the lftain Nar&ndera- , road between the g and io miles. If councillors knoiv of any other work that could be done at this time of the year he would like to rcccive infor moitnii re ' same. — After discussion, the disposal of the maintenance men was' left in the hands of the -engineer, on the motion of Cr. Cox, seconded by Cr. Bartlett.— The plant gang, consisting of four. men, two horses and drays .and the gang...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR ~~ 1 f3^;- : 'THE CHILDREN. NeWS X Economise J Make Woifth r Them Yourself. Reading SPECIAL NEW YEAR' ~ OFFERINGS. 1 Mothers will be astounded when they learn how cheaply ^hey, can make lho CLOTHES for their BOYS and GIRLS, and' the BIG BA\IIvG they can effect. ' _ . They will eliortly be ofE to Beliool again aad now is the. time to BUY MATERIALS for their New School Clothes. BUY AT ONCE.' These prices are special for the New Year and wo can honestly guarantee every line quoted. iSPBCIAIi WINDOW DISPLAY, REE IT. NAVY PBIN'T— lOJd., 1/2, 1/5. CHECK ZEPHYBS^-lOJd., 1/5. STBIPED CAMBRICS, good washers, . heat patterns fecial price 1/3. TUSSOEE SHiK, suitable for anything — Xfi j, 2/3, 2/0; 2/11, 3/4. 4/9, 5/31. JAP. SILK, Blown and Navy, 2' in — | BLACK and! WHITE CHECK, Double Width— only 1/9*. - fRK*M and TUSSORE PANDOBA , POPLIK, Double Widtii— 2/9J. BOYS' GOLF HOSE, specially rednccd ' -i2/7. 2/9. 8/6. 4/8, 4/9. VOILE, Double Width— 101d. OBGANDI MUSLIN, Double W...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGINEERS' ULTIMATUM. STRIKE NOT EXPECTED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

ENGIKIEERS' ULTjM^fUM. . STRIKE N-^T EXPECtgD. :: iv 'Althougl? the i4'days #oticf Qf(ihc hAenwni 'of at ' Aniilgamafedi! Engm- . eijitf '^oi st^e -fawjres «' li'- 'is *riU' t|po j ? ; 'T t - ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATALITY AT NARRABEEN. OLD MAN'S SHOCKING DEATH. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

,'i . - .., . ? -?? :? . ? J^TAUTr AT NARRABEEN. OLD MAN'MhOCKIRG DEATH. 1 V sfpNiT»iwa»y. . ' . James Davids'oni ^aged 72, a resident' of; Narrabeen, was digging a: channel oil the beach this inornipg,. jyljfnV fi lpg,:ineajspri-Jg 30ft. , by sft. Jinocked .hjin'.down and rolled ov^r .him. - He was&ilied instantly. ' - ' ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKE OF SEAMEN. SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

[?] SETTLEMENT -PROVABLE. SYDNEY, Friday. Developments which took place this morning, between the Union Steam ship Company of New Zealand . andi the sailors who declined to man the ships which had been quarantined, under a wage of £1 per day and 1 sura, ice b6nd, will probably amicable settlement. 'Five vessels are noAv laid up, tnciuaing b of cargo carriers. Communication with Vancouver and New Zealand has been practically cut off ior w months and about 150 ™cn are 'ltb^ out ships at present. There _ is_ a strong feeling among Labor unionists that if the trouble is not ^settled promptly it is likely to extern ^'Later The dispute concerning the pay of sailors for ships bound for *-ew Zea land is still unsettled. The shipping companies' officials do not expect the trouble to be ended this week. h m„Mino nf the newly-formed Transport Federation was held to-day to consider the situation. . ? Manv vessels are idle and since it became apparent that the vessels o the Union Steamship Compa...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST ESCAPEES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

BftTHURST ESCAPEES. ' SYDNEY, Friday. , The.Sprison authorities have decide*!' that tfve case, against Leigh and. Steiucr.ffbr. escaping fr.om' custody at Bathucsl will be heard at Bathurst Gaol. ! ' ? j?J. ? '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

W/L&GA TEMPERATURES. 11 Friday. ? .. ... 97 3£i^tiAnuin *« .««. «« ?? 70 .] ? !

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

; '-In the Estate of MBr DANIEL -4 LIEBICH, Bankrupt. m ' Dl'CKFIELD, OLD .TCMIE. 'ifj t , clearing' SALE. ' ? ^lll oil We, j.- weir's rABit,, C - t&i One mile from Oldi Junco UJailwty L , . Station. ' WEDNESDAY, JANUABY fe, i01«i ?' 'At 2.30 p.m. sharp. : i : T. O. HUMPHRYS ? TJAS received .instructions .from W. H, Palmer,- Esq., Oflicial Assignee, 4 ? to sell by auction in the above Estatql . ? the whole of tho jwj ©BAtJGHX mid' LIGHT HOBOES, } y-;- ' COWS, and MACHINERY, A As follows: — ' . ? 1,4 Draught and 4 Light Horses, Mares .'.? apd Geldings, in first-class condi- ' lJ, tion. A real good lot of Farm , ' ..' . Horses. ' V'il 5 Milch Cows. Maescy-Harris Reaper ThroBhert , '1 2,5ft. Sunshiun Harvesters; 2, liasscy Binders. , 4-furrow Mnssey Plough. Tip-dray, Spring Pray. .Water Tank and Cart. wsSg Sulky, Saw Bench and Saw, Hay Bake , 1 3-ton Clyde Lorry, nearly new. 8-leaf Set of Harrows. -»at Blacksmith's Tools, Bellows, Anvil and Vyce. ...... .AVv': Horse Feeders, 10...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNS BAD LOSERS. FIRST BAXTER OF MARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

HUNS BAD LOSERS. KIRSTBAXT.I^QFM^NE. 1 Only once in 'tlie earlier stages of the war was tlie German army severe ly tested by defeat— after . the ~first battle of the Manic. The, world has recently been given'an account ' of what then happened, bjr a Gerinan scrsreaiit-maior. who was wounded i*i;. 191O and retired to Denmark, where he published Jiis experiences. His regiment entered the battle oil September s. 1914, and lost half its strength from the French artillery' lire. 'Men began to. fasten .their hand kcrcliiefs ;to their rifles to sliow that ' they wanted to surrender. Everyone' was denioraliscd. The soldiers show-; ed, 110 . respect for the officers, but shouted at, them: 'You were too early in crowing over taking Paris, Wliy, the French have given- us a thrashing, which .wc shall never ' forget. ' - Tlie 1 soldiers' began, to insult the, officers.' iWhen the retirciiicijt bcgaiv ''de- moralisation spread: ' ??Artillery' regiments of Kluck'? army passed. it a gallop w'ith' i...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

: iwrnoNEEBB' jsotices. IMPORTANT BUSIllESS ANNOUNCEMENT. ' f M-r--- i ' - ; I ;?[ v-^»; WATTS, CLARK & CO., ' + -: J.. ' i it,.;-, iii AUCri^EEEBS, .'STOCK, STATION^ ' ' - : age^s,) * * : ; ? 4 Have opened A B tA^'C&XH? THEiB 'BTJSiNESS ' ' V: t ii all its 'phases, ' '- - * '' ?' : 'At- 1 '' '? ! GTIBwOOD-STBEET, wagga wagga AucfioA a i5« nf iSheep; Caltl^, Horeos. and Irigs will be ' conducted at the* Waggi^ ^M^ipicip.'iL., Yardii. . , .- : Property and Cleaning Sales held throuSoiS the district as required. Special otteatioa'giveh to Private Sales '-fii Pat-naet-StDtS 'StWk.- - - ' ' ? * Trutt Sf'onejs )a vajlafie kt Low-eft Current feates.l Insurances of iaU' classcs effectod. . t 4 ?? ?? A slJare of patronage is soliciied, when _ clienti can Vesf as^urfei off piompt audi eldso attention to their interests. - ! ? T'i, - ' « ii:* 'W :l f H ?' . stock, and Property ..Lists on apj)lica-.j tion. Write or call on us for your re-,' ^iremeats. ^ , jfpt.G Addiess: GtfRWO...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

- . Th'e St?|0:.r^rciiuc f etttnis 111 ? West.- . cni Australia -foruDcceuiber sTiow.:^ i-cceipts.r j Csu 568, leMienditure, ^392,-45.' enrplns for tlie month, £ 19,145 i The ficcumulated deficit llncludingiftlit -!«jnpu»vt.t4ra'tisCerred tci: 1'ie deficttr account, sow stands at' ^£3, 1 /-./-» ^ « I t ®ii?re^iv^|j.)ipi-jiJwSe;ot:S-iflueuv.E, 4her,e ?: is ^jo ''rea$oii'-^ tp» bo 'lit tatlkcdf' l^«j!nW.boittIc1of+l0b8nibcrlnlu,9 Cough-, ^ci^oSyjStBnSy.^iitJiakeau'-ot:'. n.u«injin1 Msp Jf yon llB .this awn W|1J waid ifpr^lTo-lnUtrlaiu^.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HORRIBLE HUN. NATIONAL DEPRAVLTY CALLS FOR NATIONAL LESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

THE HORfflBLE HUN, NATIONAL T-$v£toti&X£M^ POR NATIONAL LliSSON; ' . k (l!y J.aie.v Amy. in London . Daily .Mail ) , -'It is not the German people, -jvitji, ivlipiu '-ivc .ire al -war,' iil.'iintaiii'a few Iheoristt, vbut the Gerinan rulers and the -German system.' After an iigjiiiale association wilh the ';33 wiles of l-'rciicii territory, 're- : CoVcfcd by the Canadians dnrinj; the past two months, -ni-l with the i'-oui- German . prisoners taken ill (he pro-, cesf , there; rcin'ain with me overpijiv cring iii'ipressioiis that ridicule the; eJTorii .»[ apologiits '.anil pacifists . relieve the German nation of the odium of tile style bf warfare il has waged. - The Ijrst convincing scene'' is.' al Caclnr, a forwanl Canadian' dressing station in the Amiens baiUe Of Aug ust 8: , An unbounded German .stretcher-bearer is-passingiumo'ng his wounded coiii])atr'.ot pri.^oncrs with. a. I large dish of- hoi coffee. Removing tlie blankets j'roiri the shoulders oi a. strc^c|lcr case, h...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREAT CHANGE OVER. FACTORIES AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

THE GREAT CHANGE OVER. FACTORIES AFTER THE WAR. Willi the end of the war 'in sight, Ihoitgh not yet in reach.' says the London 'Daily Mail;' of October i't maily people are wondering what will happen, wlien it is over to the thous ands' of factories .which hare been diverted from peaceful pursuits lo' the making of munitions. To a lai-se extent this is nrovide ! for. - iiusiucss men are making 'ibciv own arrangenieu tswith (he ready help of.thc Ministry of Keconstrnclion and tbc Minislry ;of Munitions. The secrecy wJiic'h surroiinds these plans is a proof 6t their vigor and practica bility. - ; .v : . '-' ?-# ?. Employers swilj.;as' before work 011 their individual 'liiica, and tbey do not. unfold their siljemes for all the world to know! * They display ian iinceasins enterprise 111 preparing lor productive work in new industries as. well as old. Engineering»'iiiju6,r«,.;;0ai^vppi^jftijh'-' visitufg . the Ministries. Jfany ,oX thei.n are anxlpus to extend thqi r scale 6/. | operatio...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RETURN OF THE BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

[?] t^.l'oliard, author, i .?h'-.of,-'iTlic;Story ofiVprcs,' cic.) ,j h 1» the S'ill'afie all was confusion afid; ttiHiioil. Somc of the . women were I cr-yuig,' aftd shouting -iii a ? colifuscd kilot-round tlic jitfrasscd old cure. A11 1 undecided group. Vere half-hea,rlc-Uy , : loaUuig. Up ^ lWjOMvhce)cd. cart, wit ii Uiiod , miiiH to piepir.c for llighl in ?leii - miivalesr otlters , stood grave .and rsci'ious in th'e tfbyis of their ' -ot ' tarfes. : .Jji.:llie ee'ntre'Tbf a groti]) were ?two Uritish cavalryman, hot, dust wvcred JigtircsvirflhtiJiiajftbjfly 0/ ''rn-.. l.liey were- drinking -large ';. pots ??«-{ -*vetik beer., and. feediug' a-: few. wind- fallen apples to their' tired hor.-.c ;. J-or lioth it -was an interval, for -re 'JrcMnneirt — the first for. -iiiaYiy hours, j ? isobody^ jn the- village talked }:ng lish; t!)e cavalrymen had 110 i'rencli. Senous ciders tried i-j . get news from them, alid ' Hie troopVrs smiled and' looked -lo tlie i^rlh.- one ?tticd jo explain...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN ESCAPEES. COMPLICITY ALLEGED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

i .GERMAN ESCAPEES. | ,S:* pb^SIPLICITY'AiifitfED.' ; ' ' ? -' SYDNEY,- Friday:' ?' Jiiilos tVillhieft -Phillips; '31, a Cook, was charged with having assisted Lewis Iidisner, -a''G6rniaii pritoiicr oS w'ar, to est ape froin- ' ' D'arliughuifst' Detbiitibn [Barracks. ? B» was-fenia'iidid, till Janu- j lary oh bh'il. ' j

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