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FAULCONBRIDGE MYSTERY. COWS PROVED TO BE POSITIONED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

: « : - -- — -rr- — w -? FAULC0NBRID6E MVItERY.] COWfl PROVED TO BE POISONED, ; SYOVEV. Triday. , '^-jiw^nnalyws of +I10 . fiOHtcnU fitonincliB of 32 cowb that .died recently at Faulcoiiliridge, belongmg to a te turncd. ..soldlcv named Holswoic]i, d|s cloeed the fact. , that tho 'anuimlB were - poisoned:'' -The theory is. held by, the ,-Govcrnnioni A nalyst : that-, tlio ;. poison was fed to the beasts by htindi grpbably ?rp*i. yy^jbj ^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIER SETTLERS. NEED FOR INCREASED ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

I sirrtERs. NEED FOR INCREASED . ASSISTANCE. ^ThatHhis. conimiUec taVe into cpvi sideration tli^ 'advisability ^ot Urging, ilpon :tlie';Fe4.cwl' /^yerpmeht the: necessjty.iof-niorelihcral'treatment ,0^ spldier'.fariticr.pcttlcrs.''. ?This' T?-as tlie^motio'ti'-ivliicli 'stood-in-: thie .nvne. of. J-fr.. \Y. M.* ii'Queen*it; laht mgjit's meeting of tliic i-WaggarRe-: pattiatiOn Cpmiriittcei Tn. ^sp'eakinj;. to tlle' niotiorii' Mr. M'Quf cnJsaid thTit ' tlic Sta#e'-was not ^omR-.* enough, to-, ward '1 the'J.ultimat e ;success of the re - tilrneil- men. whom |hey were ^ehling ori-the Janti.- ?' Speaking as. a prattical : firmer who. bad been on the land for years, to start; a pian \yith a probable; ljurden of £3000.011 Ills' shoiildci-s and ? expcct liim to'niake a siicccss of -his farm, ttfas . dp'owied- to- failure f torn the - very start. Advances were made up to '£500, -and life lliought -that at ; the very least a . remission .of. interest otight to be:itiadfe for five ycars. This...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MR. J. W. WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

r OBITUARY. [?] vThe death ;topk ^p)ac« ? in . tlie Wsiggi: District Xtospital on:.Thu.rsdAy Jart .pfc Sir. ? Jame^ -Yesley ..;Waiiaec, -a(je^ -. 30, , of Coolamon and'.Jato.oi fiydncy, '-frpDil tcrday morning - and i -n^as 'attcndctl''ijy relatives from '-Sydiiey an& Ncwwstle.. Tliointermept'^asmadeinrtlioMctho ,dlst; portip.n' fit ither Wagga Cemetery.^ The j pail^siii'^s ,5%y?r0 ;Briidstb6te£gbij Wi Ml^,ol;Wagg», »- DAilt pfitlltea W ' i*

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

[?] ' A Sydiicy message last ni^lit states tliht - tho Krecntive Council has ; ap pointed Mr. G. NY. pavies as Cleik of Petty Sbssions at Cbotamundrn. ! ?' ?The engagemcn t is, 'announced of Khthlccn., youngest daughter( of . '^Ir. 'J$lin**A'. -1^'al. '.iMyJifle, JJJjile... .Wfsst; :Wj;alpng..(an,d late- of HiH6tbn)i'-}0, li. j :jJ Bcde,.' eldest son of Air.' D. Morris, Bttbiuifrra Park.'lilabo. ''The wedding ] isrto take place' at aii-etirly date,' j ?' - 1 '' jpte; Hic^ard Tcnnrtat, ,--f the . Wpi i Battalion, Teturnod to Wajfgn' on Tubs aiy Inst,. after haying seen , four years', scrvicc. in the .Australian , Imperial j Forces. : Be enlisted from Wagga 1 in j Febpiary, 1915, and. -left Australia in June, 1010;. lie readied - Gallipoli itf ? Xngust and saw service on the 3'cnin- j H1I.1 until' tlie memorable evnenation. I Be spent his Christmas at I.emnosnnd I tliere received sevcrnl Bed Cross par te'ls, containing plum puddings and - other . delicacies, whieli were relished j aft...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL LATE MR. J.HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

FUNERAL. LATE MB. J. HOG AN. , :The funeral of the late Mr. John Hogan took place yesterday afternoon, [leaving the residenco of his daughter, ifrs.' A. - T. ?Bannatyne, in Bcstrfetr'eet It .was attended by a large, number, of relatives and- friends, of the deceased from. Junco, ffyeamba Meadows, 'Brae- hotiT,' Wog^a and other places. Tliere was. a number of . wreaths sent by friends. -The interment was - made in the family ground iii the Roman Catbo I lie' portion of the Wagga Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs. Oscar Crow-, ider, of Wagga, and irthur Orovyder, of j.Tnnee; step-son's of the deceased, P. J. Ilogan and .1. Egan, nopbews, and Ern est and James Turner. The licv.Fattipr Galyln otfichited, at iho. graveside. The | chief mourner's present were tlie :rela tives phowii above, his two daughters, ; [JiKss Laura- Hogan, of Junce, and ;Mrs. | 1 A. . 'T. Bannatyne, of Wagga, and his I I sifter, JkTrs. J. ' . Egan, and . a nnmber of other, .relatives. . Tbe funeral aw ' ralig...

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

, RURINKflR There .will U avfifc»»i1in mep^ug, af.j The liock Prcsbyt«^.^»itct on^sunitv aiy 8 nt. S of gifts. ' ?-, -? Mr. L. Anderson, chemist, .Baylis Btrent, 'advertises varipus'linesvpf 'spec ial preparations iti- this ^s'sne. ?» . jir, 11. J*. .Tiipseott^i'eom'misSion and. general, agent, has --an1 important-: -buffi- tcss annonneement in this -issue. 'T-cndfeifi for- suppli.ess t^ the , Eoldier settlements at Toole %;-b^gt:'are. called : for. Full particular.E Jiro .advertised. ?Tenders for leases. ef ^yattiisjr places in the Coolamon Shire are--adyertised. The il.UJ .0.0^, - F0c;lal re-union , w?U lie held in the Empire Ball an jamiaTy 8'at 8 ^i.m. :r Tenders, f^rjuiditfous 'and .repairs; to the nurses' quarters^t the. Wagga X)ls-.j frlet Hospital are eallecl^fei^by Mr. W. .T.- Jfonksj areiiiteet; v. - ^ ' . Public swimming' classeB ifo'v ljoyB aiid | girls have l/oen i nnugurated u nder com petent .departmental jiistructorj^ TnJl particulars are advertised. ^ . There- will ...

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

RS?ATfllATlDN. POBTNIOHTLT JIBETIN&. . ;The fortnightty wiecting of 'the Wagga ?Repatriation Gommittee aviib hc&i]4n!Ow' ^niiwhjcSjSiitife-a5# dent, -iMd. chair,' 'and : there 'ww ,'a ' good ' attend-;' ance'of vroetnlsPTi^, , . A\ iliO' openitiff-of :ttie roeeting,-tho Mayor- wellr6mcd: as -; 'i»4 ' ; member' ofj the Committee. 'He enid that Nicy .were an have* tho ^be'ftcflt 'St'his'FOrviecs on the commit tee. llr. 11' llahon had had pre vious experience, lie 'hiLVing been the. Government^ nominee -on the Mudgee «i^atriaU«m -Oominittccj - ?*- ?? Mr. 31'ifnhon returned thanks. The earrft-of returned soldiers \va» a vetj important malier and he hoped he; would havo the time to_properly.dn hi? share of , 'this ;wprS.- . t * Notice of reift$ifltlU was given .by Mr.' Alan Anderson as a member of the ebmmittce, Jin , account - p'& fi s going on the land, when he would find it incon venient to attend. Similar'nhtiet was given by Mr; W. Plummer. An application for ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANS REGAPTURED. CELL MYSTERY EXPLAINED, SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

GERMANS^ECAPTijftEO. | .'Vy6nEV. Fridav. . The two .Germans, Carre!£nd See nynii;- ,whp - es'cjiped -vith two others from Darlinghiirst Gaol, ' ? were^ re f apturcd this afternoon in a hut at Bb'tidi... /.^e?i^t1ijkWUt''-v ladUifat'? ?aj-gcl . Ac(ir4in(^-to'.R«ser?s:stpry.;1 the escapees have been jin ileavoring4o| escape for inonttis; Thli .doors were 1 spened by^roeans of « skeleton Jtcy/' -

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

? INI^U^ ;^i0EWia ; POBmdN'! UNCHANGED. , ' fiYDNEY. Fridav. - ;{ Tliere was do change in the position bf the inflnenzri outbreak at Nort.li Head this morning. * i-r. -Cuinpst'oh 'stated ' to-day that 'the quarantine staff did not think all risks jyene, past, iliough the critical period \vas bvfcr. /? ' '? , *

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

BOOlTAk GBANTED PRA'tIQXTE. j . ; PEBT1I. J^ridav. 1 -Two hundred . qn.d ..fifty soldiers were released from quaraniine at Frem anile trom the Boonak to-day. About 40 be' |^kg tO ' Xew South Wales. ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCUPATION OF AUSTRIA HUNGARY. ALLIES' INTENATIONS. ROME, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

OCCUPATION 0F AUSTRIA , Aj3^ES' INTENTION'S. -!. Z* ' ' ' °t' '* ?* - if* ^ Friday. i ^J.M.CK^e»Q,^.' ?,^«3apeS|S: .^oirrcspon d -at sa y^ltke: .VVhgitfb t^^^Jp'-toiPgary ^fli'ibe!bw^ied^!by''tTre;Allibs. -'The %&te . :J^epartoient' it ? Wasfe^glpa^jSe.; nies''ihe' iJitrted - Stales ? wili^gjjrb' the ^Czeeh 0 -Sioynlrfi militarj- aid'but states St^has pledged. Cnanciai'-assistaneg- and ^rlso jwiH' feed Poland.'- '?' -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURE FOOD ACT EVASION. INSPECTOR'S TIMELY DISCOVERY. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

- - ? !-!« PURE FOOD ACT5' EVASION. ? ; iNSpkt'TOK'S TIMELY ' \tnscoyEXY. ; -.i.:-.}: i :^T ! 7 { . : ?-BS.i5ijA^;Tntlay/ V i 7 djead ^ts at. tht bottom pi. !ai' tpiisigri nient ttf flout ¥ndil6'4?lei'.*^a er's hold- ' A SQliJlion.of iSi-ieh'iiTiiaif apparently jjeea -poy-r«d- over . tlie con signment and' had it beeii allowed to ? go to the -public serious rfsiilis would have probably /pjlowefl. Tlie in spector condemned, fifty, 251}),. sacks 1 of ijour' an«l , a imijtfter. of'.other papk-. | ages, incliiding ^30 bales q( compressed i fpdd'ei;. ' . ' ;j

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

'pBE Cost' of Three' -liliiet'- tn Thli f aper w i/'j over 3 £b«» ti&; per. line !? charged. . iWTANTIvO, Wait reBs, tiglijf jilaee,; — *Ap- - ply T. Cooner, Jlotel 'liardfen. ,.' TIJANTED at once, '3PlDornjan; Blaei-* ' ;. ' 'snu^'ATheciwrig^-— Apply ^ H Da'Vies, IjWfchart.; : I'lioHS-S, ---. ? -- MyANTEB^ l}es5donce;.to H.enl.-T^pjiiy. ' \ v7. M,~: J. .MSMnhon, -Gourt ; Hfuufa Wsgga. : . ?„ -.- --- v.t: v WfANTEDj a Benchman, at once ; long' * job; ^dA^y 'Wr'goo'd man; must lie a practical — Address 1*. Bu -M&an, siw,miU/''iiivirt-OB:; Station, via Hoibrook» Kew South Wales. MTANT.ED, Well-sinkers, experienced ? v -nien'; clisah ^nV-n'clI^jihmedfriterj^^E contract ; sinking new one. — Apply 'Moot-lands' Bagr^s&g1. 1'.O. XJ^ANTteOj'Hbnseniaia-Waitress, -wages. v * £1; also Sfpady Miih,^Groom,' mtist iriiJlr.—M'rs.' Xaf\-£on, Hotel, Moruhdah. JtS^AJfTJJD, Boundary JWer; married mani— Apply by; letter, Manager,' Wsilondool ;^tfl«oi), 'rienty, VyAJTTED to Bent,...

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

^'vBD.e^ ot%e .i^bU otiHhU past ^toe»,'' ,«a1-lea ?to ^.'.Thit.t^iklly Adv;«rtj»8^,r'. 3-jjj meplal pptmlMion. ,i(Wi

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL TO MR. G. M. M'KEOWN. PRESENTATION AT WAGGA FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

[?] PRESENTATION AT WAOOA TAkM. the .Wagga 'Experime'iit Farm ves- ; :' terdfly ''.afternoon a : presentation was vinade.to Mr., 0. if. M'Kcown, the ^.iria^il^cr^.by.ihc^'nflents, staff' V-nd em .tijloyecs.j.Mr, jpjveojvn }6 .'retiring- from th'cr Agrieultuthi Department', iitb jiri vatb ' life, ? .if tor being aniina'ger'.of.t^s fartn for '20 ve.irs . . ' '? . .Mr.. iliugh Ross, -. formerly Chief ln ?kpeptor pf'thc Departmelit of Agrielii ;tn*jy.^y)ib Is snfccedihg, Mr. M'lfeovVn, 4-Te sided and spoke of the exfteil'e'nt , iririnagemcnt b y M r. If Keown dtif ijig ? tlg'long term of office.' He considered. - lie had. made the Wagga institution n'oS phly the' premier wheat farm' of'* Nenj fjpilth Wales, hut of Australih..' The esteem of the students was unmistak-* able, vahd- ilv. Kpown \s- fine, citizen^ e?W was evidenced by the striking honor board \vhich -iie had pro]ttcd io the memory of those who had been un ^der.hif cbnr£c, His sterling qualities, vvere' shown in every phase o...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT HARVEST. PROSPECTS OF SEASON DISCUSSES. UNSURPASSED QUALITY OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

t DISTRICT HARVEST. * gP^fiUEPA gEai^ Klarmers oi the Vf agga district 1st »o\,v making preparation* for rtiveynnee of their wheat to tlie ii' TaliAM.V 'fetatlona, Some d£ it .ready been brought in and had'ded to the agents for disposal uridtr #61 system and tbo quality of tike pMoat dcHverea lias been most eatiB ^SStory. Tlie greater part of tlio crop llllj^vof course, yet to :ome in and on Hffisv'inost of tlie f.-rmm are busily Rfegaged stripping usiu mucking. The. ||pji.(mtity cropped is well l.N'nvn to lie ^§|lo\v the aver. +-f iiie Hiverina Kiffiuntry, and early iu the prison many IT if the farmers considered the prospects |--poor, Considering that there has been p; Virtually, no rain since August, their , fc pessimism was justified. But Hi' v. heat- , r bearing qualities oi these districts were i jim-pp better exeinnlifi-d -hun during ?? this season. Tho rctentii ?£ the mois tura .has been remarkable and1 where ? .'fields were well fallowed and *he humus conserved the loss of ...

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 Jap/Fngi antl TnssoTe SSlVsj se these priced in. om 't^yjSdoW'./ A OOODi Bu^sHbni-Ba^ j-bur Ho^ieTi at ' Hntliwait«,'s^ afcy,^fe(-\or. .jrami want, Black Hose 'from 733.' to 3/6 Tan'S/ll. » .; - ?:. - 0 . r AT i'flxjtli^aUt's: J Bwitf* ^Sd^-ijesl ossirtfae'ntj ^bi)d^'-iU'nififles ^ a tic lowest prieete.', '.'g'^' . 'f-'* -A .FEW - Ptiec's ' for.-Wfl^nf? SAfen ' to ?*' .consider: - Cotton /fwefcdj Trojisers 4/H,;BM^e^,iTrbn^e,4/ll(T''iKpi-kijio f hiits Tennis Slj.iftr from! S/3iJ;'lJn er.punts ajid'SU^rfs l^n, 6oi'fi*onv 7{d. per pair.-^Edmoi^dfon^.^. ' A : FJ2W 'Only,- Jjargc-siie. Dolls, ? ;tor4-B r'..s»W:;at Mdacfedi.^iticeSj.'^r ? will sell fpp 1/ per Wek; ini^'Eet.'r-iW. J. Yates, — ?? v' A JIKETIX-x BeluTned,.BoWieTs' 'Ke wpUoji Corrimittce. will be HfeUl -in Town Hall, M6ndor Nifrht, 8. 'o'croCkf business important. — H. Oate'sj-lionV 'KCC. t ' ^D'AMAi ' Rootfng' 'lias ; no , super ior; the most . economical and' satisfactory roofing. — Inquire -at Huth jiva...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

'.v-mtubn': i; .? MR'' MT3S.'.O. H. .inNGf desire, to ' express* their. sinbero --TitA%}KSvto.; Dr. Tivc.r and Dr. Martin, ^Nurse, Andei- , son, ;and all kind. JriendSj'/foj- .the^r tiring- efforts; during - their daughter's , illness. -. v:'1:',. f .J - .''

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCILLOR AND ENGINEER QUESTION OF AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

COUNCILLOR AND ENGINEER QUESTION OF AUTHORITY. I 'The engineer stated that the plant vvouldi finish the work on the Lower Middle road this week; and would, uti lfess otherwise instructed, go to the Wantabadgcry-road after rolling the riictal on the Coolamon-road. He Te irrrited to reoort that the work on.th'c Lower Middle roaii had not been car ried out in' -accordance with instruc tions, ?'therefore he wo)ild not hold liitnseif responsible for the. success or fkilure .of the woric.' ? Oji,.the. request of. Councillor Bart lett tiic aboVe was .quoted . at yester da^s niettiiig of the Mitchell Shite (X-imcii»'it being pari .oj a report Stlb lilitted by Mr.- P.- L. Edwards at the ptlcvioiis' meeting 011 -December 13.'' Gn Baftle'tt said lie -vishcd to ask 'a ! p^Sdhal 'explanation aiid also tb give one. 'I-Je understood that certain rc rfiarks had been passed- by the engiu feer which -were not:, complimentary. The enginetr 1iad accused him of interference in the road making in liis di...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGES OF SHEARERS. MANY CONCESSIONS DEMANDED. SOME STRANGE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 4 January 1919

[?] ? -.^lAKplSP. SOME 5TRAKGE PROPOSALS.' GOOD JPAVr Btij CHEAP ., COMMODITIES. ? At thit fortheoming conyentipn of the AustrtUtfl! W«Jrktts' Union - -ac- c6f,diiig'td-'the Me(bourne 'Argus'), a 'V4Hity oJ -lUtiti6hs wiii be disciissed ] Motiqfls to, .Sc. subtnittcd trohi varioiie iheds l an^ sfeciions in ' Quef n 6jand apd , Ni-iL- Sriiith' 'Vi/aies so far circulated j wouid.fili' about two columns. They art .d^ioted^iltti^st exbluisivc|y to de mahditr f6r higher - wages, shorter lioufA. imprp^ed'.accbinniodation, e*r tcndied* privileges, ahd cheaper colii motlitiev . Following 'are some - o£ 1 the,mpti--ns tt-;bVrsbbmittied:— | * t'H'®1 alf Shed ' hands be paid _ the same fate of wages per week, irre spective ofage. '.^41 -va'r-cfsWe' be inserted 'in . the award;,agreem^ht. fixing the pricc of iAeat:.at ®d. per lb.' 11 . TPhai in cases of ? lost, time . through st&ppafecj pitept through wet weather, -HMwibn^r be $md a't-tht' fate of '£1. '- station tiWheri 'Jtie cottipell...

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