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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
NEWS |N BRIEF, v, TVild ducts, are .vnsiking; oi^ t» 'the.- erceits and: Itigoons. :Tho scarcity --of i 'feed on the -river is held responsible. : I The l-lrds-nre Still hatching. ®hcre is- a big drop1 in fencing wire in -3ydnoy market, No. S black. i.s'now 'selling at £'S 10/ per ten. and No. 3.0 1 at '£40. I ? ? ? ''Mover foothor about mnning a poison cart where trappevs have been at' work,' a- Gundagai landowner ad vises. 'The rabbit in a trapped area,, is skittish and' seared, end keeps clear ' of the poison trail.' I In a list of military honors announced, (it appears that Col. 'TV. It. M'NieolI,^ C.MjG.r D.S.O. -son of Mr. .William'; JI^Kieoll, of Corowa), of the 30th. In fantry -Brigade, has been, created ,i: Knifriit Commander of the Bath: | (.K.C.U.), ! By the employment of a clever ruse £1000 was recently extracted from- th*j; *guei'nsiaua' u-ovemmeni Daviiigar Bank. The method adopted was the: selection of a country account, and, un known to the owner, the alteration of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
MR. PETER YEE LEE, ... CHINESE UOGTOB , and ? £'| .. herbalist, ^ ( 50 GEOBQE-STREET [WEST, ' I T . SYDNEY. ' ' S*il Visit this District eveiy Fonr STeeks, Every complaint ia male or ? i female fk-ilfully and succPEsfiUly treated. Will Consult ftt ALBUBY TOTEL, BAYLIS-STBEET, Newtown. '. WAGGA, FBIDAY, J ANUARY 10, Ah.' SUBY, THUHSDAY, . JANUABY 9t Honrs: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m, Albury — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. practised over 30 Years in Australia, ' Consnlt by Correspondence, ? Hew Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Co., Ltd, _ WOOL EEOEEBS STOCK & STATION AGENJS, Lnction Sales of Stock at Albury ttd ' Wodonga Alternate Tneidayt, ' Lnd Monthly at Howlong Wall* ]tV&Ua, and Taliangatta. LGENT3 FOB ALL COOPEBS DIPS. Office:: Commercial Banking Co.V ioii dings, Kicwa-atreet, ALBUBY. ?j-x LJi-iL IXX-U.U ' lorwich and London Accident . Insurance Association* ft# NEW WOBKMEN'8 COMPKH liTION ACT in fores from 1st JULT, 111 Clasees of EMPLOYEES are Liable or ANY ACCIDENTS and INDUS ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
RHEUMATISM CUREO- I?T- eme Jof t1i| mort XxyerianiiS 't-a»ini*ti^iiivtoe -OominoB«aaltk) 'Hft&ies'a jKheomatlo Semedy'- Isvfrrbody lirUlkise abont it. Com pletely rid* ti* tjittrn at VtU Aeii and rettorel iha lott tone o i tie KID NEYS. The 'pain of BHEUMATI814 iriBkVtft ff* dOMl, In bottlii 5/0, from ; BAKSEir, Okei&lst, 'URi '. Or Mt. .AsdniMii OhemUt, Wagga, ' ' Kt. Priedlieb; Chemiit, Albuiy. lb. ffrivett, Chemist, Coelamoa. Mr. Sallhaiuen, Chemist, . Cootamnndra, Mr. Duval, ' chemist, Narander*. Hr. -Hatheri^, Chemist, Jnnei. ?iii. George, Chemist, Lockhart. HANSEN'S 'SPECIAL BKIK , OINTMENT'l T-EACHES jtbo Spot for Eczema, old Skin Diseases, Cuts, Burn*, Pimples, Blackheads,; House Plague, Varicose Ulcerretc. It Is a bona-£de remedy for all 6 KIN troubles and the public are demanding it. ,InXarge Pots 2/8. Bold everyVhere. .-& from ^ HAKoENj Chemist, Benty. t Headaches,6iddiness, Glariness iBE CUES® 'WITHOUT DBUGS OB COLORED SPECTACLES BY B. REMEZ ? The...
A.I.F. COLLEGE. EDUCATION FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
~ A.I.F. COLLEGE, r EDUCATION FOR SOLDIERS. It is probaSle that the first 'AJ.V. college abroad will be at Weymouth, and that it will be on tlie lines ©£ the Canadian colleges already ia existence. The Director of the A.I.F. Depart ment of Education is Bishop -Long, of Bathurst, -who joined the army as a chapjain. In an interview, art England recently !ha saidlthc- stale ol the denartment iwas practically -universal. It was to gi v^ every member of the AJ.F. just what he required to train him for re-entry into civilian life. That conld be done I to some extent during the time before the declaration of peace, for example, : at depots; and in connection with unfit ?or convalescent men and those wait ing. to go back to Australia classes would 'be held whenever possible. Probably workshops would be taken over, and possibly a /arm secured for practical training in agricultural.sub-; jects. In addition, arrangements would also he made for selected stu-* dents to visit technical schools, e...
A GROWING CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
. A GROW 1 KG CENTRE. nr-w - ? - .? , ' There is every reason why residents 01 the towp of Wagga and the dis-' ?: trict surrounding it should feel that they live ir. a land which (rives of its .-??? best to those who have the energy to . worktand who apply that energy; srith. imderslaiidiji-g. At the end. of what : is probably a record four months of drought, for half a century, according to rain registrations at Wagga, the icffUJi ui I lie uj vviicdi duu u«jr ab btiug garnered is remarkably fine. 'isever tras there such a quality: of 1 r grain,' we,. are told', by those who & know, and a similar remark is passed tgk^ regarding sthe crops cut for hay. Wfrl WJiile' stories of disastrous drought come from other parts of the Stjitt, ^^^Sjveriha— the ? district 1 surrounding SI;-:-#/agga in the fullest degree— is ' ex. periencing a splendid' season.' That K is, uhere proper farming methods % ha1* e been followed. Nature has read an object lesson to farmers in . the t manner of i...
SARDINIA CHARGES. CAPTAIN'S EVIDENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
SARDINIA CHARGES. CAPTAIN'S EVIDENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday. . Captain Cadiz, giving evidence at the Sardinia, inquiry to-day, said when he asked Major vCrespin whether there was any foundation for the complaints the latter replied he had gone thorough ly into the grievances and in no case had he found them justified. He (Cres pin) was perfectly satisfied things were all right on board the vessel. Witness denied the cheese issucd-to troops was bad and said he had not seen any cheese unfit for consumption on the ship. -
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
? r-. . ' t ? 1 ? '? ' : ' . CALENDAR ? FOR THE .WEEK. JANUARY. t PHASES OF THEMOON. ' .Vm Kcw Moon, 2nd, at 6.24 P«m. ^ . Jpirst' Quarter, 9th, at 8.55 p.m. f j Full Moon,, i6tb, at 6.44 p.m. ;. ; Last Quarter, 24-tli, ata.aa-fjo. ' ? ; Perigee, nth; at 8.ig.p.B). ' Apoge'V-214tl.Vat 9;24 a.m. '*?'-?- '' '* 'Sun Rises. Sets, sv Saturday,1. 4 th ? -. S-i'fi '7-54 Sunday;_sl1i 512 ? 7-5+ i-. ; Mx-n3ay,'6th ? ?'??? -J-13 -7-S4 Tuesday, 7th .. S.I4 ? /-54 Wednesday, 8th' ? ? 5-15 7.54 V Thursday, Qth ?? .. ?? S-l6 ? 7.54 Friday; ioth .. '.. .. .. 5-1/ 7-54 ? 5t^' VkU if trnrlibitty wiittfreebora m»*, Mavixji to adviaa th( THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. KJia
FUNERAL LATE MR. JOHN THOMAS DWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
FUNERAL 1 LATE MB. JOHN THOMAS DWYEE. Tho funeral of the late Mr. John Thomas Dwyer, farmer, of Collingullio, took place yesterday afternoon, leaving the Wagga Hospital. The cortegc con tained relatives aud friends of the de ceased from Culcairn, Collingullie. TJran quinty and Wagga. The interment was made in tlie Roman Ont-hnlip nnrtinn nf the Wagga Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs. J. P. Fitzgerald, of Cul cairn, E. Myott and P. J. Conway, of Collingullie. and .1. Meyers, of. IJran quinty. The Bev. Father Calvin of ficiated at the graveside. The chief Imourner present wan the deceased's bro ther, Mr. D. M. Dwyer, of Culcairn. ! The funeral arrangements were conduct ?ed by Messrs. M'Intosh Bros.
SOCIAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
SOCIAL GATHERING. [T-S Bolegales '«n3';visi tors at tlie an nual meeting -of 'the Wagga District Committee, it social evening was ten dered last night in tlie Empire Jiall bv the Lqy.il Southern. Star Lodge About 200 ladies and gentlemen at tended, tlie catering arrangements In ing 5n the hanfls of Mrs. Moor'. i'he newly-elected District Oram! Mas ter, Bro. .T. Mahoney, presided, and a lengthy toast, list was agreeably inter spersed with musical iteins and recila-. tions.- 'i'iie toast list included: 'The n.ing, «- rue jheitici uumu 'The Manchester Unity,' by Past Grand Master Bro. J. J. M'Cratli; 'Our Soldier Brethren,' by Bro. li. Miller, district secretary; 'The Peie gates,' liy Bro. J. Teague, N.O.: 'Tiie Ladies.' by Bro. A. Jlmnforil, I'aft District Grand Master. In responding to the toast n? . tl.o Manchester Unity, Deputy -.'vai;-l Mas ter Bro. .T. A. Perkins (Ooormi) paid he had met Bro. .1. J. M'Oritli at Cooma twenty years ago. Kiiii'e. vln n the Manchester Unity had donbl...
SWIMMING INSTRUCTION. DEMONSTRATION AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
SWIMMING INSTRUCTION. DEMONSTRATION AT WAGGA. j ? I . The bathing reserve at - -Wagga beach presented a lively appearance yesterday afternoon, when a demon stration was given. of the efficiency of the Department of Education's system for teaching swimming. This is the third season that the schcmc has been in operation over the 'State, but it is the first course of instruction at Wagga. The classes are held during the Chrifi.tmae varhfinn txrliiMi ic seasonable and allows the Department j to avail themselves of the services .of. teachers from their staff and experi enced in the control of children as well j as in swimming. ' It is known as the collective system, and is a great im- I provement on previous methods. When in the water the mutual as sistance plan is adopted under which ! the class is filed off in pairs. One ! pupil holds the other under the chin or by the hands in turn and the natural movements for swimming are gone through. In addition drill is carried out on tlie beach,...
WAGGA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. (Before Mr. J. Saunders, C.M.) Alleged Breaking and Entering. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
WAGGA POLICE COURT, Wednesday, jakcajiy a. (Before Mr. .1. SfiunderP, CM.) Alleged 'Breaking and Entering. Arthur Andrew OUen, 16 years, 01 a£r(3. was charged. on remand from t-an- inalp with rhaving, between Dcccinber 20' and .December M0, at Wagga, broken and entered tlie shop of G. Mitchell and Co., Proprietary Ltd., and stolen one bicycle nod one camera of the value of . £11 10/. ? . ! Constable Cooper, lockupkccper at : Wagga, gave evidence that at S p.m. 1 on the previous huv «-? -7- 1 eused from the custody of the G.mmnin ' police. He asked fpr:. a remand until j Monday nest for the production of evi dciicp. .The evidence of Constable M'Girr. stationed at (ianmain, was produced. This was to the effcet that about C.HO p.th. oil .Tanuary G Constable il'Glrr ; saw the accused at Ganmain. and asked , him if he had come from Wagga during j the previous week. Accused replied that he had' come from Juneo and that j lie was working on the line. The coil- ! stable then said ho was mak...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK - MARKET, I In. tlio;Melbourne live stock market on Tuesday , about 44|000 sheep, were penned. Pritnc crossbred wctliers realised from 25/ to 29/,. extra ditto ditto from:3o/ io 35/4, good ditto ditto from 21/ to 24/, second ditto ditto from ljr/6 to 20/, inferior, from . 1 5/ i prime crossbred ewes, from 22/ to 26/; extra ditto ditto from 27/ to 31/, a t ew to 36/, good ditto ditto from 17/(1 to 2.1/, second ditto ditto from 14/ to jCi/o; inferior from 10/; prime merino wethers, from 22/ to 2?/, few to 2?/io„„ good ditto ditto from 18/ to «l/, second ,-iitto ditto from 12/ to 16/, ^in ferior and small from 8/, with merln o ewes from 7/ to 21/, nondescript sorts from 2/ .upwards. About 19,000 fat lambs were penned. Tiest descrip tions were in keen request, and for such prices rapidly hardened to de cidedly a'd\anced rates. Prime Sold at from 23/ to 27/, good from 17/ to 21 /, second from 12/ to 15/, inferior . from 9/. Shorn 'lambs, prime sold nt from 17/ to 22/...
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 9 January 1919
?'r , obMNIERClA^ J ;. , ' THE' MARKETS. : ? ; ? SYDNEY,' Wednesdi!?^ .?]tORAGE;? ;s ? ThS markefc-'for ehafEMidd finn' at Alexaajiriai «ateB, up -to £8 15/ . ;per ton-being »aid-for.'both wheaten ami oaten .chaff. . A- new record, was es tablished1 in. the yards for lucerne. chaff, viz., 10/5 peri«swt. Potatoes were ®; per ton cheaper. Wlicaten chaff, prime 8/0 to 8/9, good 7/6; oaten chaff, prime S/3 to 8/-9.' Wheaten' chaffl'from.Greigg, Harden, 4/6; -Bon. Accord. -8/3. Onteu thafi fromJ'Henty, 8/S; Crowther, S/(j to W .PRODUCE. ? _ . Eggs:' New laid 1/3, case, TailwayS and rivers 1/ to 1/1. FRUIT. Apples 8/ to 15/, bananas 15/ to- 27/, cherries 7/ to 10/. oranges, commons ?S/ to 17/C, navels 22/0 to 25/, lemons 12/ to 24./, .pineapples 7/ to li/, peachcs 2/0 to 10/, -pears 6/ to 12/ per case.