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ITEMS OF NEWS. HOSPITAL WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

, IT€«S OF NEWS. * ; — r — ? ' J HOSPlXAXi 'WHEAT, .: JTaruiere'of -the district ai-e requested by rodvfrtise'jiieiit 'to provide' a hag of . wheat- fS/'.h for the benefit of the 'Wagga District- Hospital; The wheat -will .be taken/deliverr of by tjie Slurrumbidgee Co-operative Milling Co. or. any of the recognised '..wheat agents.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

WELCONfE HOME. Private Jirie M' Donald, formerly an employee .of itessi's. Si'. G. Huthwaite and €o... Baylis-street. Wagga, and also a member of tho Wagga Brass Band, returned from ' the front by the mail train from Sydney »n Saturday morn ing and was accorded au enthusiastic welcome. The. station had been gaily bedecked with -flags and ou the plat fprin to weleouie the voung soldier . were jnemberii of the prions patriotic -bodies of, Wagga. including bates, lion, secretary of ihe.Betuiie'd^oldieis' Be^ ceptioii Committer. , The. Wagga Brass Bard was ; also present,-and. under the ?eonduetorshij) of 3jr.,p?. .1. IMiilpbtt, played appropriate, iiirs. A#-er this formal .wclimiue, JJiivate.AI'-pojiald en tered the l!«r. TdUoeh's nyiior car and, preceded by thc iband,- which marched- to the tune ;o£4he ^'Marseil laise, ' M-a s 'di-iven to -Messrs. ? Huth waite Shd Co. 's 'estahllshmfcht, where, in the. absence of 'llr. W. G. lluthwaite, he was welconicd on 'beholf of the firm by Mr.- ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE NARROWLY AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

USE NARROWLY AVERTED.- \ A-.mystejious outbreak of file at the hpm*!of Mr..K.'G. Flctt! ai the c&fner of Forsyth and: Pfiter stre-;ts. ^fragga,; \wU5 forttmatelT stopped iu its;-jwtrljrJ Stages 'Ay ? the prompt action passer-by. Mr. Klett had just returned, irom thc business portion of the town, about 10.30 ou Saturday night, and at-, ter hanging his coat ou the ~hall'£tand, was seated ou the front verandah of his home, Shortly afterwards 'a young man passed,- hut .immediately ran back, calling to Mr. Fiett that, his house was on fiie.^ Mr. FJett rushed inside, to' find the hallstaud and the wearing apparel hanging on it ' well 'ahiaze. (With -the1 assistance of -the stianger. the stand Gild burning clothes were dragged out to the pathway and the fire stamped out.- 'The hall paper.'was ou the point of taking ire . when the timely inter vention of the young man, .whom Mr. Flctt iflid -not have time even to thank, prevented the conflagration spreading.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

[?] ?ihlc received in Sy-itiey ateii that -Mr^ Lav rttjee =ll-kii6wn pianist, : di'td ? at' Satt rran'cisco m. ' -T4e lif t JAiistralia'' mlts ago. ' ?. \Viilings, who ''ecu Icujifcr-^ ^ locum ien-iis ???for '' thii ? I ft mtptiM ii sfcr ii'i Ctia'Umtmdrz j I t year,'- ? has been m 4iga;'$pji c t- toratt of tlie Con-. Kt^dkyteK ? 1 at Xcwcastle. , ? A }z ! tt, soif of 'Mf.- J.„C. ' AV win So g bas been sitccess-. M !«S- i» It hSg-h 1 distinction, ' Kit k} co irjse. of. .Public , Ad a }r 1 connection -with tltt 1 Over 400*caiididates 1 j^MgSⅈj|it^ise]ves 'tat examination, ; list of appomtmflnts to | *!-«' ViM'v for this j tlio name of Air.' S. C. I ^!iT-f^pi'k, Blaxland Shite, Wal- j Dalcv. wis for many.'j ^(Sr^ at. Wagga and was as- , lijiinMtftod^picrk at 'Wagga, 390S-1912. j fairs. D'Arcy,' of 'Hazel- jtow^^liStley-street, Albury, have |^fe®Wor?^:Pd' that their. second son, Jj'Arcy,'of the 35th A.1-V. h?s. : b«en; ^^V^^ifJife^ilitary Cross in' Francs.'. ^S^^^ISpJA'rcy e...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PELAW MAIN TROUBLE. MEETING OF MINERS' LODGE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

. .ii -m ^ ? » ?p^iAW. MAIN TROUBLE. MgEIWa OF MINERS' LODGE. SYDNEY, Saturday. S^nvtheT trouble has arisen at Pelaw Main Colliery, the mine ' officials alleg ing an. attempt is being made ;to intro idiiee non-union labor into the miile. A meeting ofytlie lodge .will consider the matter to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

'TUB Cost ot Thru liiuea ia TM» Paper is 1/; over 3 liiiM 6d, p»r 'ino is charged. \\7ANTJDD, a General or Waitress; no washing. — Apply Mrs. Warmoll, ' Chillingly, Gunvood-st, Phone 316. \\XAXTED, a Camp Cook. — Apply Geo. r.-itter'son, North Wagga, YI7AXTED, a Housemaid; good wages. — Apply Albury Hotel, Wagga. YXTA-VrED, 2 Good Sheep Men, with dogs ond saddles; award rates. — Apply Xjfangeline Station, Yerong Creek. ..; ' , VVTANTJiD at once, Floorman, Blaeb V smithj -Wheelwright.— Apply U. .P-1\ies, Lockliart. ..Phone*. 8.., VSTjAXTED, a Strong lAd ior the Bakc . . house; good -wages. — Apply J. II(K nessy, Bavlis-street, Wagga. . TV] ANTED, a Competent Typist and Shorthand 'Writer; one with know ledge of bookkeeping preferred. — Apply 111 own lianit writing to Box 84, Wagga. \\7ANTED to Buy, Tresh Eggs; any quantity. — Apply Mrs. Sheody,Bay lis-street. 3'hone 445. A .L.P. (Wagga). — ^Urgent Special Sfecting, Jiehool of Arts, To-night nt S t- 'clock: -Business: Selection of Cand...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AERIAL COMMUNICATION. ACTION BY CABINET DELAYED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

AERIAL' C0MMUNIGAT40N, ' J-.';-- ' ? rl ?: c' ? ^ -5:^' *.t ' AOiftOK S?-OABI»|T-]^LAYED. SYDNEY, Saturday. Tbe^Acting Prime, aiinjstor.esplahied to-dfiythetie- favored. ;a5 jpohey-of ' en copja^ng privateontorpribfe in-det'elop- Sng flenal commanipation in Austt^a,' fcpt i^e eopia «-rti 8af iPw A^e fl3abJifot wh»lB3v«-tta 'vMfnrtiie ®atteR%JSi6 %vehiment'a#(-llcy' ,not'yotlb«6n

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. HENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

[?] ? rii'i i HENT^lpip^S[| ? !Wr'.- Morgan Bensqn, tctnpo^ahly^ tmploycfl' as checker for the Govern-;, ment Railways, -had the misfortune fall op a load -o! -wheat on. -Sawt^sy e morning. .The accident re$ult^P^#v broken arm and severe brulsceJ'f^V 1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURE FOR PARIS. ROME, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

► DEPARTURE TOR PARIS. : ' HOME Saturdav. President Wilson left for Paris to night. He will 6top at Genoa, Milan and -Tunis.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

] AByESTISSRSi |f03?£l :0X' -''Jr. ?'? ? ..' vSS;'1.' '-.. ,' ' ; V A GREAT MUSE M THE CtRGUIATiON t ' OB y ? Taie Daily Advertiser Commenced on tlie. BECLAEATIOM OF. ) ' Ci- ^ --r IN EVERY' 3!OM JM BI¥ERINA AJRE DASLY rtfCREASING THEiH SUPPLIES, I PUBLISHED EVEEY MOENING I IN FOR EXPRESS AND JifAIIi TRADfS, a PERMANENT SUBSG^BIB * through Your ^Tews-Ageiiti If jou we ao Advertiser, and wisli to knoiK ibout jts Circulation, Ask Counnercial Travellerp, . :!&sk all News-agents, 1 Ask Stock and Station Agents, Ask tU© Post Office, CaU at the 'Daily Advertiser' Office and see the; Machinery at work, which enables ua to give The LATEST CABLE and TELEGRAPHIC NEWS EVERY MORNING. r H i. i ??'1 The District News is from the Most Reliable. Correspondents. s ' ? j '? ' Wool, Wheat; Sheep, Cattle, Horses; Produce, and Fruit Prices--^ Current i^ires Received Every, Dayv PRICE— UL per Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. To be obtained from all News-agents in Every Town in Riverina. 1 Id. PER COPY. ADV...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING ACCEPTS INVITATION. ROME, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

KING ACCEPTS INVITATION, (Renter.) ?ROME. Sar.irihj King Victor Emanuel has accepted an invitation to a luncheon with Presi dent Wilson at the 'United States Em bassy to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

{DAIiy WISE^ | ;? Mother SMgdi's Syrup td^^^ ! ? -banish-^thepatnMdm^y; I I .tvhicli results ' !£roih 5ni^|rJ I short course of thls gteatf I ' remedy, after meals, and hotd ! . I Ihd difference it mabis U - I TAKE THE WORLD-FAMOUS 'xotSo ' Do You Suffer FROM SKIN ILLNESS? i At® you n.c»?ly dtivca mii by .^he | terriblq incessant itching of eczema oi' I uriy^cther severe skin disease? Is your face disfigured by - spots, rod;- angry looking piuiplcs, or a breaking out that makes you'dread mooting your friends? Efavjc you a bad leg; old wound, or an ulcer that seems as if it would never get better; and 'tried';one revntdy oiler another without good fe&ultj until' yoa can't fceliove ciire is possible f Ii that is how you feel, get' from' your chemist what is known as ' * Borazel' ' Ointment, and no matter how long you have had your skin trouble you ? will get relief from the first application. For any severe skin trouble thero is nothing ia tho whole world to equal ' 'Bor^zel' ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W[?]COMED BY ROYALTY. ROME, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

WI nOMED BY ROYALTY (Renter.) * ROME, Saturday. President Wilson arrived at ^0.30 a.m. to-day, and was^-elcomed by the King and Queen and the Duchess of Aosta.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

: | ? HOLBRODK. ~ TS''' J Two of our townsmen are included in the list of newly ^pointed1 Justices . of the Peace, in the last Government 'Gazette' for 1918. The names ara itr. ,t. lloncyttvan ^ad.Mr. ford. ? ' ? _ ' ' .. ! Private 21. J. .Bullock and sergeant-, Major E. 'Bailty, both Aiizacs, return ed home to iHolbrtjpk during -. the week, ©otli men Took very ^vell, considering the trying time they ,wcr.t through while at the front. ?A wedding was celebrated oii, ; De cember 14 last, at the residence',©! the bride's Daren ts on Rosslyn 'Estate The contracting parties were Mr^iEd- ' win John Alfred , Goodgear and ?Iis« Annie Martha Drage. . The ccTfejSbny was performed by the Kcv. .^V. Parlces. The bride n'ore wedding -dress and the v:ustpn)ftry veil and wreath' of orange blp^pnii.j The bridesmaid1 was a sister \|s|;^thij bride'and wore a pretty dress of pln^ The Rev. 'Parkes proposed the healtn of the happy couple, which was ,ix-^ spbnded to by the bridegroom. 'Th'cr^ were many pr...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

! -NARANDERA, , -'-| ' i '? ? ? 'Pi!*' -The residents of Gillcnbali enter* j tained two of the returned soldiers be- ; longing to tlie village recently. Priv- j ates A. Drover and AV. Bryant -vcre : the guests of the evening, and the j function was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Manton. The attendance j was good and, the 'enthusiasm lcecn. j The house was thoroughly- beflagged, 1 'Mt. ^Harden, Of Karand-era, kindly j lending the flags. Councillor Taylor j presided, and iii proposing tbe health | Of - the guests was well supported by ] Messrs. J. T. Emmott and W. J. Shaw j (Narandera), J. J, Cahill (president, ; Gillenbah Returned Soldiers' Wei-, come Home Committee), W. O. Rog- j crs andT. 'Byron. A'fter the toast had j been honored the chairman presented the two young soldiers with beauti fully designed gold medals and spoke in warm commendation of the part they had played, and hoped that they would ioon be- restored to as good health as they, enjoyed before they received'the ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEPARATION FROM BERLIN. SUGGESTION IN RHINELAND. POLITICIANS DISTRUSTED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

S^AiATION FROM BERLIN. STGCESTION IN BHTNEL AND.' POLITICIANS .DISTRUSTED. fBeuter'V LONDON,. Saturday. Heuter's special correspondent at Cologne, iii a message despatched os Deeetnber ^emphasises the difllciilties of understanding what is going on in Berlin. He says, the telegraph s3rviec is doubtless controlled by . the party temporarily in the a'siendant. The feeling at Cologiie is that 'Ber- lin may stew in its own, juice.' Shine - Janders discredit Berlin's politicians; none of whom inspires any enthusiasm. Field-Marshal yon Hindenbnrg, cv.ing to his hot jheddling \vith polities, is tha only man mentioned with, respect. There is a. growing feeling at, Colbguo that separation from Berlin is the only hope of safety. The idea of a 'Rhenish Westphaliah Republic .is now being, merge^ in a larger scheme for a West Germah Republic, possibly including Ifanover. In the meanwhile the main desire of the army of orctipatioii is !o; finish . the;,9»nsinessf as . soon as possible and return ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW CONFEDERATION. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

NEW CONFEDERATION. . FORECAST BY- MASARYK. (Benter.) LONDON, Saturday. 'A despatch received ' from Prague quotes Professor T. G. Masaryk, the President of the new Slav Republic, as having said tliat Pr.esident JVilson. Mr. Lloyd George, '^and M.: Clemen ceau had agreed upon-' a. new ..German confederation . under the direction of Bavaria. Professor Masaryk J added tltat this scheme provided for the de struction of Prussian supremacy, and for separating the provinces of Posen, Silesia and- the . Rhine. It also pro vided for the destruction of Hungarian supremacy by the -separation of all the lands in which the Hungarian tongue was not spoken, and for the establishment of a Danube — Czecho- slovak Confederation, including Ger man Austria.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCE MAX A CANDIDATE. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

PRINCE MAX A CANDIDATE. . . fReuter.1 AMSTERDAM. Saturday. A message from Heidelberg states tbat. Prince Max, former Chancellor, may be nominated as a candidate by the' German Democratic Party for the National Assembly.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VISIT TO THE POPE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

T'ISIT TO THE POP1C. 1 LONDON, Saturday. President Wilson will stay two days In, Rome and will pay a visit to the Pope to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESIDENT WILSON. WELCOME TO ROME. ROME, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

fRESIDENTWON, WELCOME TO BOWIE. ? * '. (Renter.). ROME. Saturday. ''ftMieu President Wilson and bis party, readied the Quirinal a monster cl-owd'that was-iitassed outside cheer ed for. several-minutes. The person nel ,of; the .Foreign Office thronged the windows anB balconies and- joined -11 the1 shouts. ^President Wilson se,' eral times returned . to tlie naicony 01 the Palace... but his words were mi-' intelligible owing to .— the clamor. Squadrons of aeroplanes circlcd over head, the church bells were rung an* the guns of the city forts were fired. Iii addition to tbe flags there were countless Venetian masts topped with winged Victories, the flags of the Allies and the coat ot arms of every rcd-cemcd city. In the reviewing stand on tlie Square sat the Mayors of Rome,' Trent, Trieste and Fiume.

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