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THE SHIFTING SCENE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

jTHE SHIFTING S^ENE. - »: I «. I — — : - . ..; lh.: ti®jc SYDNEY, Saturday. Soirje recent tests and researches made in the gTeat wheat-growing , 'dis? trict of AVinnipeg provide rather . in teresting, ifrnot startling, data : for farmers and for those who insist so strongly on the variability of the mill-' ing ,' value, of, grain.' They also indi ^tbat in tliie matter of crading wheat, „and 'paj^ng. on ? the basis .-of wliat is called 'milling value.' accord ing to the quality of the sample,, farmers are not getting a lair deal. The experiments made at the Do iriinion Grain Research Laboratories, Winnipeg, show that, so fa^as these tests. go the' .term ''milling value'' :s misleading, if; not entirely fallacious, The wheat dealt with was of uniform - ,jv good Quality. The weight per bushel ranged from 63 to' 64^ lbs., which 'is sufficient evidence of the quality. For six of these samples the:pr:'ces fixed by the board of grain supervisors for 1918 were as follow: — No. 1 Northern, 2...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT CROWN STUDIOS. MARK BLOW'S EVIDENCE. AN OPEN VERDICT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

FIRE AT CROWN STUDIOS.. MARK BLOW'S EVIDENCE. ,' -,/? AX OPEN VERDICT, air^ ,-?*— SYDNEY. Monday. - '? An inouest was opened to-day cou . cefujng the fire which destroyed the ? Grown Studios last iiiont'li. Mark Slow, proprietor, said he had a very .extensive business. He valued the stock-at £i'8, ooo, anil the stock aud plant were insured in different office^ for- £12,720. .witness added that the total insu'v--' fcuue Tvould not . nearly covtr his loss. *Thgre was nothing of a combustible or . inflammable' nature ou his promises. ' He .theughtperbaps olie of, tlio tw.o laborers' who were working' at tlie rear of the - preipiics let a spark fall from his pipe, Wlrfeh caused the trouble. Charles ..Coopet, plumber, deposed that le aiul another man were employed dealing: a-stoppage iu the sower iu the Crown Studios.' He smoked u* cigarette When tli« smell was at its worst, while Lis companion ' smoked a pipe. T.he_ Coroner returned an open verdict.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

[?] on be #dre : . . -r . ... ; ; ??* ' A iSee^ng of the -Wagga branch of Imperial . :^|a^e/!-;!^^^s^Ua-'\yiU be held in jpp; mursday evening. in an^ ;p^er;'c6jiim'nf^.eg^dit^ 'St. Saviour's Church &f tiiglapd School for'Girls, T^ulbur^^Ltd; ' ' .' ' ?' ^-heiSanrittal' general meeting ,01' wrom^jvtrS 'Of- -Wagga aud election I ^.trustees .will he held an the Odd- -!

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISSING UNDOLA. BOAT WASHED UP. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

: MISSING UNDOLA. BOAT WASHED UP. i ;? SYDNEY, Monday. ^ Another. boathelonging to the iU faieil collier Undola, was discovered oij; tho lucks fit, Stauwell Park lieacli ves , tcBiey.' Near the boat were six copper ? .-^r-tanks, .. .Thefevwe also secured.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR CANDIDATE CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

LABOR CANDIDATE CHOSEN. A special meeting of ihe Wagga i branch of the A.L.P. was held at ihe School of Arts last- night to 'select a candidate to fill the vacancy above re ferred to. The choice fell upon Mr. J. White, president. All present formed themselves into an organising commit tee. with power to add, in order to secure the return of the Labor candi date. A cotomittee, consisting of Messrs. K. -Locke, J. F. O 'Began, J. White, P. Parkin and J. Pettet, was also formed to draw up a platform..

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT CASTLEREAGH. THREE BUILDERS DESTROYED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

FIRE .AT CASTLEREAGH. tj&ee Buildings destroyed. ? ????' ^SYDNEY, Monday. . A fire at. jCaStlereagh; nep,r Penrith, laSt' ni^htj^briplotely destroyed a stoic and- rO'sidciicd; and the jost .office. The opt^inTotJtiic-firo is a niy story. All the ; ^istaaiiister-Gcugral's ' property was - «a\cd, 'biit the whole of the contents of - tjiie Atoro; destroyed. . .' . ? - * .^During list'' week, Clinton .. Trtvitt, .''?'io&fat Str/jaiifil ifce, S, E. itferitt, Coola':; -- moa/iiuet^vyith . a. ia'sty a(icid.cut. ' Iu'. %tVnipaoy w-ith dthcr lads, he 'iyus play- 1 an virrgos ;aui'iiy'«ome means , wlas «is33e&ihdiir ? 4J»'o left eye ; j«||aiiue ' the ? . eJ'feSlai:,' : 'T4v'-:jb:oy;:^-«» ''fakeia' . t? 'Dr. -.-xvltisrb 'ttV-jjijuiy «.l-. , ttilMlcd to. vl ? ; ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal vacancy. MR. H. OATES TO BE NOMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

Municipal vacancy. ME. H. 0ATB5 TO BE NOMINATED. ?1, — — In rehouse ' to the request of ;stve?al leading citizens. Mr. Hugh Oates has consented to ailovy liimself to be nom inated as a candidate for -the seat on the Wagga Municipal Council,. renderid vacant- by the -death of Aid. .T. Gray.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. POLICE CELLS AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

ITEMS OF NEWS. » POLICE CELLS AT WAGGA. A telegraphic despatch states that tenders have been opened for erecting additional tells, etc., at the police build ?jngs, Wagga. Five tenders are to be reported upon.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALANCE OF POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

I BALANCE OF POWER. ' In- the United- Sl'ates Senate _ last '? wefek, Senator Lewis, defended Presi dent -Wilsoti' against Republican at tacks- .The V political opponents of the President maintain, that, in view of $»e yerdjcVof. the recent elections, the i'reriflent 'does riot represent the ? American ueODle. The Senator re plied that the President was within his rightvand that there was no law ? whichmade the President answerable ; ? to Congress: What he was doing in Ewtope 'wa5}in; his capacity as Presi- j ^nt and Cominander-in-Ghref of the armiec. and .in tb^t capacity he was) entitled to iiiiake agreement;. Sena- : tor- Lewis's championing of Dr. Wi!- ; son contained the remarkable plea that he.should he supported as he vvas i .. 011 foreign coi!- ''contesting for the , sup^einacy of the United Stales.' The. utterance gives a rather similar im - pression to that of Mr: Josepbus . - Daniels', United States Naval Secre tary, who forecasted a naval building programme which should ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS DECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SOIiDtEKS' XECEFTION COMMITTEE. ' ? A meeting of the . Wagga . Returned Soldiers' Seeeption 'Committee -vas held i last night in the Town Hall. The Mayor, Mr.- 33. ? 3B. Collins, president, w&s chairman and there was a -good at tendance of. rocm--er». . It was decided to noia. a conrmemai in ine tojti- mii Gardens on January . 3.4, for the recep tion of e numbiw./Pf ;A^i2acs .and, other retuixed soldiers whohave orrivej siucc the similar purpose- ^rs.T^i.ek-Smith, Miss Loaghlinj .Mrg.'I-ryi^, ;J4r's. Biate anfl ^l-f. . -Coftbii A^e Wppointed a refresh ment comniittee,'-31essrfc.';;G. I-art, Har vey Sn^th. J^/GoUihi'.tt|nd j.Mrs, 3iic- . tefiy ^he -programinc 'committee, «qd ^^sfS. VCr.3ake/'iiI^p. IVpoiloyj H^Tdy' fliidj' iU-s'.';-®aftlaca,' the .eom uuitee for' arfti^ngSthe 'decorations .' ?iie Jtayor . (pj-esidei'tJ '^nd Mr. . H. I speakcie' -c.0innriitfee.'' :An .6ffe'r ? by Mrs. Ptirkis to provide ite -(.-reani for .the con. tlnental was accepted with thanks. A vote of %...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

MOTOR VEHICLES. Particulars of the registration of mo tor vehicles, drivels and riders within the Wagga police patrol for the year ending December 31 last, have just been compiled. The number of taxi-cabs, mo- j tor lorries and private cars registered was 302, of -which about 40 -were, new ' vehicles, mostly private. The fees for these, including motor tax. amounted to approximately £410. Drivers' li censes to the number of 129 were is sued, of which about 40 were new. the remainder being renewals. The fees under this heading amounted to £32 o/. Seventy-nine motor cycles were regis tered, 20 being. new. The registration, fees and tax in this connection amount ed to about £89. The. number, of motor crtle riders' licenses issued -#.-as 74, about 25 -being new, the fees under this heading amounting to £9 If)/.'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

r. 8LATTEBY, PENE?AL AGENT, MATONG. A GENT for ' V, end S. 0RAIN CO., , MATONG, Orders takfn ror Corn ikcki, Binijer 'Twipe, etc. Book twly Md support yOn't owq Compsny.- . WSJ am, HEATON k. OO,, LTD., : : wagqa, . CASK BUYERS of CHAFF.' HAY, r OATS, i«. Highett Price*. - . Phone No. 7. ' P.O. Sox 64, ? ? WgBAT,BOBg. ?, - \ fjASlIBitying Quotationg gi*-en on ap V plie*U6n ior the IfllS-ie; lfilO-1? ^iid Wir-18 WJie»t ;Certiflcates, vt It will make (euoublt ad- . Antes' »»' «!»»»? 'io.-.ftrower,- j. jebeuy a.co, As«atll . CALICO NOTICES ON SALE. -J ?? ^ - J . v JV» vifcvr on ,8We fct tlie * UMUf ^pVEKIIBEB^ Offiew ?; - * : TXE^PAJRPEBS pzoseouted, , irooom^ V * riBHINQ P^o. y' aNM3^6»r' ^.1. ? \ j lUJBilT OATB NOTIcmi - IjSend.fit once to'^'JOilLY ADVUB ? ???Vlt-'i.- .... - ,i WAOGA WAGGA COMMONS X'T'OTICE is hereby given that, the ANNUAL GENEHAL MEETING of COMMONERS of WAGGA 'WAGGA jind ELECTION of TBUSTEE6, 'will Ijc held in tho ODDFULLOWS? HALL, Wagga Wagga,' on TUESDAY JAKlj ABY ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1919. (Before Mr. J. M'Mahon, P.M.) Fight at Humula. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

[?] , '^Before Mr. M. J. M* Million, P.M.). ! gfe,v . ' Sight at Hnmifla. v;t;^6Aerick WilUs and Robert Victor i^ilfbnwcre^arged on 'summons, is sued at the instance of the police, with fiaviiig behaved in a riotous manner at Humula on BocemboT 7, and Jbe latter was lurthcr chargcd with having u£cd indecent lanffu&fjc on tbe fiamfc occasion. ': sir. F; C. 'Stbllvvay appeared' for both: defendants and pleaded guilty. . '- The fdctR, a®, explained to the Bench, j were that Ihe defendants were engaged j in a fi^ht iD one of tbe. main' thorough fares bt 'the town, 'with' their Atot* faff, and .that the language -was iscd by Wilson. They were/fined £i with 6/ costs each for the riotous behavior, and , Wilson was lined a farther sum of £lj with 6/ costs for the language, a fort night being allowed in which to find j the money. ? ]

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

Alleged Shaft; Edward James Hodges surrendered to Mb bail upon tho charge of haying stolen harness to the Value of £10, the property of Albert William Hartland. Mr. A. E. Lewis, for Messrs. Higgin* jiiifl 1?nV-incnn armeared for tbe accused. Inspector Duprez said he was jiot j.n j pared 'to 'go 'on 'with the case and ap plied for a further demand for a fort . night, which was granted, the 'accused's bail being renewed. '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING HOLD-UP. BIG DEVELOPMENT LIKELY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SHIPPING HOLD-UP. : BIG DEVELOPMENT LIKELY. ;f' ? SYDNEY, Monday. 1 he snipping dispute is ttiil tin settled and 'the prospects of a com promise are very remote. Another vessel the steamer Lcvuka, was . added to tile idle fleet to-day. The shipping : companies {ear an extension ot the trouble, aijd the manager of the Union i Steamship Company reiterated to-day iimii nc iiiiu. not occu awe to clear up the position, as the shipping authori ties did riot know 'the men's demands. I One shipping authority stated' this ' morning there were rumors of a 'big ' development, adding that they come j from 'a. -source which : was seldom U'toii#, and indicate a big move soon. The dispute was the sole topic to-day alerts the -water /rant, and many ex press the belief that the trouble is sure toexterid. Ihe Seamen's Union icpiiod late*this afternoon to the Union Steamship Com pany's request for a definite- stntemeut of- the men's claims. A number of is sues are, laised and indirectly the com pany'w...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. ILLABO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. * I i- * i ILLABO. . -«ri ,t ''i- .. ? . /The cimiugof the New Year ushered ' ii *a . iijssSr er& for lUabo, the toegiuuiug . . of ^Wkucfc' will bo Jong remembered'4 toy. . th^cjcccptionttlly.dry feather aud gen^j erdl shortage of water. Contrary to j reports from other districts, re wheat ?'?ani/'f odder. -shortages, the ? busy laden J teams of Avlieat which are daily carting Whe^tlu the local railway station, give the pla(;e tlio appearance of a beehive. As may be expccted; muck competition esigt?- botwjen .the rival wheat- firms fo? the privilege of handling the much coveted: grain, it being of exceptionally good weight and quality, averaging ? witliout exception over 3 bushels to the . bag and some attaining the enormous weigh tof 300 lbs. Much /patronage it attended, to the Farmers aud Settlers'. Cooperative Grain Co., While Mr.' Pliipps, . representing Mulhollaud— tha.t . long-established li rju — -is also doing b/sf b limine®. ;Tlw former company, by th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK CARNIVAL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

? ? ''f ? . . .- .. -*-* TiillNIS. ' y'' -. . ' SYDi^;:Mwiaiy.' ,® . The , tcniiis caf jlival WBs eoiftinue3 to- j day. Results!— ? . ; COUNTJ^-jCplipilTI'nON. , :'-- 1 1 Tkiu^prth #v. ;AVaggo;T-®id\y«ll ?. «jiJ -; Stark (T,) v. Yule and Pnrkcs (Wj), ^ 3-6, ;4-0 j;' Scully .and 'Chnve ? vf, Yiile .apd ??, ^ndson Wd'AikinS0ui;6;5;:i-jiy Bid well ::: 0:5. Tain worth -won ,bjv(l:sets43 gntucB, ?-$ to £ 'sofy -35 gSiiiei. . j by 7 efit^-43 gameji.to 1 ,'set -3 gamc6. * Camden v. -Wagga.— Camden won .by : , c® CITV* v -COUNTRY TEAMS . j #.'Sti,fltl)^old,w.V.- -AV^jgji-rTjBooth ? (Siid'iJ jj-'SKtelily ?'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STONE-AGE MATRIMONY. PETROGRAD'S SCHEME. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

STONE-AGE i-ETROGRAD'S SCHEME. : , r (United Bcn-ice.j' ' LONDON, ^Mori'diy' A Petrograd Jiiessage states, tnat the northern ? commuiie,' including Petrograd, . is enforcing the national isation of women from iS to ;45 yfar-. They will be forced .to .accept Sfa£c chosen husbauds and the children ?rtill not remain under family control,, but be brought up by the State. ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AEROPLANES FUTURE. FAMOUS INVENTOR'S PROPHECY. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

[?] m ?: ? ? ? FAMOUS' ahVEaWOR'B- ^ , 4! -.v.'. . . . ' .- ? . - -. ?» ' : ^ ? v :LONDON. :J4ond»ir; Sop with, the. inveg^jr.of.^'tS.e' famous biplane, interviewed by tlie 'Sunday Herald,' prcditted that -' a world. wide o'utlw^ak'of: flying isxoih irig. - *. Th-f 'first aeHal ' 4.e\^it-plnfeut aftSr -tliersigntngiPf the^,pfeacie' 'irea:ty tvotiid-be the- creating ot- a. ; deipand for a'lighti casily-contrpllc'd machine, capableiow Kid 'milis^an fi'otif . and costing under . jSooo. The' earliest users would '-include sporSiflg* motPr ists, and 'the man of 'fashion,.' who tyould- think nothing of .'-flying-, to Paris fPr dejeuner, aiid returning io London . for .dinner. . Almost simul taneously would , arise the. need- for bigger machines, carrying a .pilot, lug gage and a- passenger; /sditable 4;.. for business. Latfer would co'me the., de mand for ajuphib'ian machines for \iriied work,- incliidSng 1 eiSplciTation and patrolling, then the' aerial oinni bus. 'At would probably be' a...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRANSFER OF BALTIC FLEET. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

TRANSFER - OF: BALTIC ^ ;? FLEET. ? ? ,-XO^DQlJ;'''Mphdgy,''';. j . It .it . anubunefca .tli^t ihe Brju^h .ivar- : ships liut^vni-i,!S^in-iiu;.th'o .-^8Mrjri^Slticir' v .', --=~==F=i^W@i ^ :4a, I of ^nnbek, -which vvas -.tied between ttwo ;: .trees, ' ?fir', n-.-ie^gth-.-o^'t^ofiiiiclifs, -niceJstt'iil:-:.' (^olftkp^ doctor^

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