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RAILWAY SMASH. ACCIDENT AT HURSTVILLE. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
RAILWAY SMASH. ' ACCIDENT AT HURSTVlLLE. SYDNEY. Thursda*. A - number of railway carriages ' crashed into the buffers of a dead end at' Hitrstville this morniiiyr. Tlie impact was so severe that the fore most carriage was forced c^innlefcKv up tlie face oi tlie bank and dumped . on a coal heap at tiie'top. Hot far from,] the^Hurstyille- brickworks. ion rii& ^iic.-ot-Hfoe 'rj&fiay j lilvc was carried awav by the rushinij ' carriages, and a telephone do le knock ed- oyt jot position. It was telc pliojjc pole that prevented the leading carriage from tumbling headlong down tbc embankment of tlie cutting to th': main rbad. The first carriage was. smashed to splinters at both ends and : the .second carriage demolished at 011c j ehd. Fortunately no one was in- j jurcd.
ESCAPED GERMAN. FINED FOR ASSISTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
ESCAPED GERMAN. FINED FOR ASSISTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. .A -man named Jaiiies Phillips pas charged at the Police Court to-day with having' . assisted Louis Reiser, who escaped, from Uarlinghurst de tention barracks' while a prisoner 01 war'. . Defendant said he was sitting, ill Hyde Park when Reiser came up and told him a pitiful tale. Defendant gsve-him a coat and vest and also six pence. . The bench, imposed a tine of £,jb,.iri. default four months' imprison ment'.
WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
WODONGA MARKET. I Younghusband,i Row- fhd Go. Ptv. Ltd. report having 'held ' their - usual fortnightly. . sale. -at their -' Wod'onga yards.on Tuesday last. f ; Eat Cattle: Gotjipetitiori in the early: sale's was ^good, and.- values firm at;' the previous market rates, but as sales progressed competition fell , away, closing dulL-and inactive. . Best bull ocks from £19 to £21 j/0, others from £17 to £18; fat steers .from £n to '£12; best cfew's from .£13 10/ to £.14 7/6, othera from £.u to £13, old and inferiDr- from £.7. Store cattle: '£b.e: extreittely light, and was' niade ' tip - entirely ' of small. lotsVofrc'attlei 'Competition w-as; dull ' throughout 'ind there were very .few sales made. Most of the stock offered was passed. A few poddies, sqld- to £4, heifers, 2 y.ears old off, to £6 io/; cows, old in' low condi tion , to £8 ISA ; ;'
WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
! WOOL REPORT. 1 I (\V ool appraisements were continued In MeIbourrie on jahu'ary 6,- whbn .the Australton Mercantile L^nd and Fi nance Co. Ltd..oSeredr a catalogue of 5699 bales. . Tfa:. iiulk.of the wool submitted comprised, comeback anil crossbred quajities frbm. Victoria and New South VVales. Merino wool was appraised at Up to asd. fpr WF/ SW ' from Wonwondali, EEH/Muri chison, and-R (in circle) over Weston field, to - 24j4d.i . and St. Andrews ???? to 22'Ad. Cpjnebacks anid , crossbreds realised Mjp-itq^^^ripr,IWL/A;fr6ini Avenel, 23d. Ipr : I?! enped dcr, C & M/ Eden, and WW/Chevipt : to 2z^id.; L/ High ton andr'S/THO -(in triangle); Kinvonvie.an^ CL/W to 22j^d. The following ^Ipts^alsb sold wai:— iie-, rungle, J^cbk-eind EKE, 185^4., f&ty I7d-; FHB/Eras&i, AA cbk . i-)j4d. ' A cbk-i8d,; WAli/Kia Ora ist cbk com. I9!^d., ist cbk coin e ,i8%d., jst x com i8}^d., cbk nks w. loj^i; JTJ/Korth/ Dean, Ax; 'fi x - i6d.; .Cornalla,? 1st FX 1st FXW and 2nd FX I9...
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
[?] ' THE MARKETS. ' j ' Tlie market for-chatt was steady st! the Alexjndfja anctipn,*iatlo& }o-day.i Wheateri brought lite rates, Otitsj were a ' half-pehny. a 'bushel Ppt'atbes 'wete £i- to £i jo/; cheaper.-; Wheaten chaff, prime 8/6 to 8/o, primef mixed,, 8/i, gobd 7?$. Galen chaff,-] prime 8/i to 8/6. Wheaten chaff,' from . Mutton.'. 4'nd. Sjtcyi:iisop,..Cpela mon, S/s. Oaten chaff, cx Henty, 8/3! to S/6; cx jiitice, 8/ T* to 8/6; ex! Mjitqng, S/;3,.,; . .. , ? pkODUGE. ;;i,, ; . £ggs:- KewMaid,' ; railways. t/;tb; x/i ','casc, i/. ' ' FJIUIT. ' ' : Apples, S/ to 15/; hanatias, 13/' to. 2'/:; cherries: 7/ to to/,; oranges, corn;' mons ,8/. io,'i7/6,:-.na^ls,^a/jj.lto .^5/;; lemon's, J2/- tb ;'2V;^hcapplM,: 7/\iv .15/ ; peaches, 2/6 to: ib/; pear«.' 6/ to 12/.: ' FAT STOCK., At Homcb'ush to-day 2900 cattle wcr.e yarded. The market was £1 to, £2 lower. B.cst, b^f fy/, ^ second' qualitjr so/, inferior. 45/jfer 100 lbs. Bullocks £12 tn £bfs, ipivs ,-Eio to £20. ? Sheep: 41,0...
VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK . I MAR-feET. I Jn the Melbourne live stock -market on Wednesday 2350-fat cattle were entered- for sale, but the actual' riutrib't'r yarded would not. exceed 15O0 head. Tht market ivas brisk for good; - anti prime qualities, and - prices for, such: ruled: from 20/ to 30/ a head in ? -aid-' vance of former rates- Closing sales; were exceedingly.- keen, ; with a further hardening tendency., Kbr Tniddlihg' and inferior bullocks the demand was a shade firmer, but for second and in ferior cows competirion- was. irrpglj^ar,: at about late rates. Quotations:;; Prime. pens of hullocks, from; £20 to: £24; extra ditto, from £24' 10/ to £38 15/; good ditto, from £17 10/ to: £19 *10/ ; , second and good lighi-y weights, moderately fat, '. and plaint gbpdrframed. bullock^, from £13 10/. to £:6 10/; prime pens of cows, frfim £16 to £18, odd beasts to £22 s/6, good from £12 10/ to £t5, . second ditto, £8 10/. to. £i 1, -inferior from' £6. About 5oo fat calves 'were pen-' ned. ...
TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
TBOTrnfO^ia-T oaES, SjD.T.C., Jfnnee— Feb. 19,-Apl. 2, Jnne8, Temora Ijottihjg . Club ; i* . . Feb. 26. Messrs; H;,CMsho)ni ana Co. bave sold on account, p.f.'^r, J, . Burton, iRandwiek, the -' thrce-year-pld ' bay gelding ? Polar - Star, by;'White Ster (imp.) from Carin thia ' (dam rof ' Ihieler and haunter) by G0SB0cm (imjv) f rom Trieste by Chester, at a satisfactory , figure to a .Queensland' client.. -They: h^yc also -sold on aeeonnt; of- Mr. George :Main; of f The Ectrpat, ' BPthuifgra, / Ardrossan, '; a-Jbiy : gelding, : fpafediin liRi2,3iy^ ^ ^atherstitcih (irnp'^) ? from ^Tranquillity, The hpiiefhas.ibeph pnrcJaseil?4Eor vTasmatiia ,'by'jicssrs. J. .! P. P.ower- apd.C. A..-S\veeney, and was shi ppc d'o n Tu e s d ay . '. ... /
TRAIN AND CAB COLLIDE. THREE MEN NARROWLY ESCAPE DEATH. LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
™kift tibLLfblE| THBEE MEN ^N^El^pWI-Y ESCAPE DEATH. ? LEVEL ACCIDENT AT WppOIfGA. ? , At ,abont 8 :'p.m. ' on- Tuesday, cab, drjvpn - by Mr., Staiiley.i'roTing,:fan4; in'; Which were ^epatedihis £bther, ' Mr, .;W.! Voxing, and a.nian gained James Jack son, ,w;PB run down at Dean's crossing,' 'Wodonga;onthovAlburyJWodongarajl wayline, .The engitio - crashed into the' rear part of. tho cab, which was; smash ed intokatchwobd'fliidiireeinitated tho [ three / occupants - to the ., roadway,1 . but,1 fortunately, clear - of the. rajls. The train' was promptly brought to 'a standstill and asBistanco, given; to - the three men. -who werfi badly shaken and B}iff^ifinjg,^^re|y '&pnij8jipek. i iBpyflna' tjiis, however, they a|parently-snstained no seriop injjwyi jthsu'ghJone ,of -the% Jir. Jackson, had to be conveyed to his £omo .on a stretcher.. .Mr. Jackson's cs ckpp-::wa8/.th£.inp8t.-r?pjark^ of the occuTrenee, as ho -^as-sitUng in s|do the cab 'whpn .tiip1 train crashed' into ] ii,...
SPORTING. THE TURF, SOUTHERN DISTRICT' RAGING ASSOCIATION. KAUI[?] DATES, 1918-19. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
[?] '. | MS -SR.' -JB.1 i. .. y. «ln%ldSg%0;.i, ~ fj Haintfwi sidviP.BiC. ,; .llaicb ,1.', ,'NU; Jlitd»:-|5.i fi W^^&'Menfprial: .Jieeting , 'Mar. 3,8, ; '8^wa^/v.. .., 'Mifeh. ;I8,r 'AiSethSnlREiC!. '- Oaklan^ ;AiBiC;' . v -. . SljltLO Pieni a 'J} ,C. . . . . . ... . -Aj^ll;S, ?^tatia April 8. SOulbmn -.frHpur Clilb . - ApTil 4, .o., 3pulbura:S'.Ci'.. . -.. .. Aptil-,U, -12, BMa J.O. -v .V Bbree, Creslc F.AiR.C. . . . . ? ? Apr»l. SI. . BpWsb TiC. .. .... ApHl 21. Oiliston B:C: ... .. .. .. April 781' A^ril'Sl, Datlingtpn.Epibt and Dittricti,. :. - 1-; , 'Itacin.g. Club.. ... .. ApriLSl.; Brabben On3J6ti;lS:0. .. .. ..rAprU SB. Crookwell: JiO. .. .. ?; .May s.j »» -3..; linrrnmbidgee T.C. . . ; , May 7. j Murruin'burra'h T.i!. . -. H&sj l Naranflefa Bitl.'. . i'l'i. .- May 20, 21. Hay J.O. .. ». .. May B7, 28: AJbniy. Ii.V. B;0. ... ? v. May 23, 2*.^ Lockhart J.G. .. .. ... Jnne 4r Cootamnndra T.O. ... .. June i8j 19; Jtinee Bftcing . Club .- June 23
CRICKET AT HENTY. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
; ^^henty.:.. i ' BINGtE. j ; ; ?^e.thirdf'match. of the season jof , the; Mirrijd:v.®ri^l'e8 vpas played at B[enty'; qn\V^e^flfe^jny . af ^ernopn ibefore ,a large'; .crpwd-'of^ectatprs/ -Hitherto each;team; tiare. bf vthe iafterhopn was the'v gtanj ;,and ? Sibley, iw'^P' 'mn6,v till-:; Cle^nta Vwas'; boWl^jb^^J.jHa^erechtjfor.'lOS.:, : -innings '-f^ l^SJnpt^u^-vThe.'sirijgloinenj're^^ with'-l SS/.-'ScoreB : — ? ^ '-'j ? ; 'liAEBIED ?Hn!N' ''Si P.-tSayep/jbvEussell' 'ib; ^tiiblp^, ;} hit out *' '; .'? ii a] 0. Mti?auley/ b:G. IIaber^-:ht ;-. . . -0i JobbUn, ib'JC,.'P^bM^'t, j, [.Jjp iT, i%Wfeil}J;.o'' and- bvc.';a:abericht' ; $ M'Ewan,*.rnn out ... . loj Twai^z, b -B. 'Bowell; -7; ^rne^;b;-B.yBow^lr'..-;- ..-/fc F, Watts, b ; R. '.Powell .. ,« .'-S^ . . ' Sundries . ? . , . ' 14? Total '.. y.--,! 293! F.^Oroadtih^/b.^juiulity .. . -. . ,'j[? W-. til s ? »V-'^ Byrnes' ' ?0'1 . . ; ?'? ' -M 91?' ' ?^l^/:|-^ctements, 'if I 'fl,' Eu^|;,b;M^jfl^r , Sfu'j|d*-e8 ». tI- ,, y.
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
[?] [?] fen^vjck;;tfis.:mpTnmg 'arid^^s.bpip'i inade favonie 'fo'ir .tlie Challenge Stakes, 1 mth'PaWiSeaf.*£^pnd/in.'demM^;fpiv lo\\'B.a%yia^;A^rp)Aricfl,.Briscis'an l?oitrina. vlhen ibllow1 Sheila H?.-, Baia ^^'.anB.irortu^j- , , _ . ^ 'P«or:_tho '^nniverMry Handicap,' Qreg. ana At|:h ^arplla are -equal 'favorite?,, with'' Ke£r^uhair elose.' :a^^oilpwe.d;i by :'Bee.'; 'ThenVcpine Easiiourt, Firsts 'Lesson and Silent Way. ? ' ? j
DISTRICT NEWS. LOCKHART. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
DISTRICT NEWS, ? I ':ft.OOKHABT.^, ^,4; , publjc-. , meeting t«. jtoji-s^iJ^v , the fjtte&tlon of ft local' water, supply, was iheld iu Lockhd rt 011 Wednesday night and was largely attended. After many j-faj)o'sals were discussed, a committee 'Wps appointed to ivait npon the local Shire 'Council to- ask thcih to iuitia^e spun) . practical schcuie with the. least possible delay. The committco ap pointed consisted of Messrs. ' 0.' J. Hodgsoii, J. J. Nolan. A. C. Cowiu, H. 3. Hannaii a»d M. Clear.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
-TlHE Cott of -Three Linei in* Thil -Paper is 1/; over 3 lin«« 6d. par tin* im charged. - YXTAN'TED,.;! Lud for Garden work. — *,A.(.-ply A. W. Hartland, Wagga. WANTED, a Lad for Office.— Apply A. P. D. White, secretary Wagga Show. WfANTED, good' Waitress: wages 20/. — Kiclyjnge Hotel, Wagga. AXfANIfED. (2) nousemaia. 'Waitress, ^7 at once j wages 15/. — Apply Orien tal Hotel, Tumnt. WAITED,- Offer direct from owner, 1000 2 to J tooth Merino -.Wethers. Particulars, Box 2. Adelong. . . ty.yXTED to Kent. Small Cottage; - reasonable rent. — ^Address ' 1 J . J J . , 'V care tiiis office. MfANTED to Sell, Boys' Saddle and. .. Bridle,' 32 Babbit Tfaps; '11 good order. — 'Address '9.'.' cave this office. ?ilTANTED at once, Firewood for brick |-- binning. Oft., in any quantity; cash I on delivery, — Apply .C'.- Hardy and 'Co., Wagga. ' ' ' , ? \\TANTED by Mavricd Couple (no cliil !'?** idreu), 1 in- 2 Furnished Booms, use I '0/ Jfitchcii, Xewtotvn.— Address 'N'eino, ' Leiaic-.'this office. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
. _ \ TrmEBj& woTifm. rpiiE- Friends', of.', tlie* late^ -Mil. 'WJL- ^ DIAM .'WlNOHj' of. Borambola ^(Up per, Tatcutfa Road.); nre .fciudly invited to attend .liisjFuncral,-,'to Ica^o'lii? -late residence, Jiovaniboia,.' THIS DAY at 9.30 ? a.m., for tlie Tareutta Ceuictcrv. M'lNTOSH BROS., Funeral Director*, Phone 112. ' Baylis-ntteet, Wagga.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
GLOBE COFiXBiPAIiACa, PETEBSTB^ltlt, WAiQ^A; n.OOD ACCOMMODATION for 'boardebs or viarrojjs. How« and Solkle* for Hire or Sal*. Livery Stablei. TEEMS MORERATB. , Pkoaa- Hi. PUBLIC MEETING. - r HEREBY CONVENE a PUBLIC - MEETING to be held at the TOi.WN ' HALL TO-NIGHT (Friday; H)th inst,) ! at S p.m., J'ov the following jiurposes: — \ I. — To Consider the, Matter of the Soldiers' Memorial. S. — To 'Discuss and, Deeide- upon. Ar rangemcutV in ebtuicctioir* '^ith the PEACE CELEBRATIONS. A large attendance is requested. li. E. COLLtNS. . Mayor. Hth January, J91H. , DON'T MISS 'LEST WE FOltGET.' Metro 's Great S;act tjpectacJc, showing . the Sinking of .the Lusitama. ' ' &tarriugj?iTA JOmrAT.:' SOUTHERN CROSS,. TUESDAY. Admission: £/ and 3/ .plus tax. T. YOBK, Touring, Bcp. Coniiug: MARY PICKFOltD,- iu ' i STELLA MARIS.' ? E. P'. TAPSCOTT, COMMISSION, and GENERAL AGENT. LOCAL. REPBESEN TATXVJ3 for the FARMERS, & SETTLERS' COOPE11A T1VE GRAIN C'6., LTD. With whom is associ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
ADVERTISERS, PLEASE NOTE I i - ^ WfmmsmrnsBsm . : ?; ^ AGREAT INCREASE IN THECIRCtttATION f - j The Dkify Advertiser j , -' „? ' ; r « P. ?'.. [.- | NEWS-AGENflS 'ARE DAILY ipf$ippEESi i '(* ? — P. PUBLISHED EVERT IIOBNING ? ? i ' S- ? ? -- .*'*m W JHME FOR EXPRESS Mp MAffi become a pmmaneno: S^BSCRPIER ;. ; through your NeWAgen-k u1 — ^ 5 IE you are an Advertiser, iand wisli ,to Iniojsj aibpixt its Circulation, ? ? ? - Ask Commercial Travellers, !Ask all News-agents, Ask Stock and Station Agents, - Ask the Post Office, L . - 1 . / Call at the 'Daily 'Advertiser' Office and see the Machinery at work, which enables us to give The LATEST CABLE and TELEGRAPHIC ItiSWS EVERY MORNING. The District News is from the Most Reliable Correspondents, » * i . j- i «*-' Wool, Wheat, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, l^duce^ Sad Fruit Prices— Current Wires Received Every, Day. i ? - i, I ? f PRICE— Id. per tJbpy; t/6 fee* QUfcrter. s To be obtained from all News-agents in Every Town in Riverina. Id. PER COPY....
QUAIL AND DUCKS. OPEN SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
' rf3^»' V VrtH -f ? , ^ IQUIVI^IVNI^^PUCKS, ^ OfcENjgEASONS. j The open seasons' for qnail, Jucks, anjl '? ottier WrflBrvv'ere. 'declared, in. the 'Qor- eFninent Oazotto ' oa WctliicBdfly, Jaim ary'9, 1919. . \ QnaiL The. open 'seasons for quail in Jl® various districts- of the Strrto arc an follo^vi— Quodagai, Norandcrl) iumut and Wfiiffga police districts: Open on rS,efelTj!aT5' 1 and close on July 31 in each v4ajr. ?' ,,. 1 -v' . , ? ^Wr?\a)d,; B'R^nf.F-t, BingaTa, BwitU-o, ; Brew^rrini!, Broken X?iii'r-n\V;i. Carcbarj^ssilis, Gobar, Coonftb^iaVan. Codiiiimtilc, 'GootaWimdra, jCowr'ft, - De niliquini-'DubUo^FiVlJCB, Orcnfcll. 6uu nodah, :rtartiey. llay/ HiUetoii. JScain flic,. Mitchell;. Moama. Molong, iiorec, MudgCC, ; '^lurrurundi, MtiswclibtooJr nrid.^iertou. Narrabri. Nvngan, Orange, j ?Bylstonc. Scone, Tamwortli, Teioora, I i'svalgftt, Warialda, Warren, 'VVcMing- ton, 'Tfontwortli,' Wyalong and Young j police districts: Open on March 1 '.and ?close on July 31 iu cacti year....