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WAGGA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon, P.M.) Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
Wpp : POLICE GOURt. ? , RATtmnAT, JAXUABY 11. ?-?? '? ??.:? ' ? X -. , (Before ifr. II. J. -.H'Mnhon, r.JJ.) , Assault. . Koiip- Lee surrendered to Us ball in an&\rer to the charge of linvinp, at fipringgnre, on .Tannnvy 7, assaulted Bichard Irving with intent to inflict .grievous* bodily harm. Sergeant Galla her condnoted the prosccutioUj and Mr.1 .A.'B; Lewis, for ileusis. HigginR and Bobirtam, appeared for the accused. Constable Shc.fr*on gnyc evidence ?that on 'January 7 he '?went to Tareutta niid M' the accused. Witness told hini that Irvinj* had complained that :(f ensed hart. iisMinlted him. Afeiiw«l de nied the assault .and said that Irving had, hit him, at the same time showing a mark. On the n reused ;s bed witness fonnd a shear blade which Irvinp said was something like the -weapon with which lie Jiad-heen assalltod. In reply to questions about a. bar. accused said that -Irving- liit him with the har. and that he (accused) caught hold of Irving and struck him. Jiv...
DEMOBILISATION. 92,000 AUSTRALIANS IN FRANCE. FURLOUGH BRITAIN WANTED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
DEMOBILISATION. ''M$$ AUSTEAUANS IN FEANCB. Fi'RL-OCCir-fX.' OBITAIN WASTED. (United Service:) LONDON; Saturday. '* Sii'Johu Mouasli states that the ques tion of repatriating direct from France will shortly be decided but is beset with difficulties. 92.000 Australians are still in Fnmce'imd tho majority arc anjioiifs for furlou^'h in Britain .before embarka tion. If required to return to a French port to catch their shipE, they must orossj the Ohannel in tho feriy boats. As the majority of ships will bring cargo to Britain from Australia, there would be no snving of snipping. It is expected to transfer 500 daily from Trance as soon as the depots in England arc cleared- of -their present occupants . Thereafter they will maintain a1 (similar stream to Australia. January trans ports will be mainly filled ''with unlit and invalid men, and by the middle of February . Die 3015 class will be despatched, and following this will be a steady demobilisation, though- 'priority will be given acc...
CALLIPOLI GRAVES. WORK OF COMMISSION PROCEEDS. A HEAVY TASK. LONDON, Saturday, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
mmix^m^i WORK OF COMMISSION PROCEEDS. * '?'? A HEAVY TASK. (Un-ited: Service.) LONDON', Saturday, ? Mr. Peacock, special United Service commissioner, telegraphing, from Clianak on January j, said: — ?? / .Influenza has broken out. in. epi demic form. One hundred ?Tind ten New Zealanders have been evacu ated, and one officer and tin men died. Seventeen Australians, lncmd iiig an invalided officer, died. .The weather has improved. Colonel Richardson has recovered a little. The Australian Kcd Cross equipment has saved many lives. The digging-up of graves is . pot extensive in defined areas, but many . skeletons in the advanced lines, in No Man's Land, and in -shallow graves have been washed out. ' Some have l-ee' ('llS UP» probably by road francs and prowling animals. In many 01 the trenches the bodies are in small ffroups. Where 'the graves have been molested, if is a hopeless task to attempt to identify the- re mains, the 'majority of which , .are those of the bravest dead, 'buried a...
AUSTRALIAN NAVY. RETURN TO RECEIVE LORD JELLICOE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
MisfRALiM NAVY. RETURJI-TOIRECEIVE JLORD ? Wjiitcfl. ^rVicc.)'' ;li,ONJ),pNwSaturday,: «1 ne; autliorities ^ow Iippe that -iHie!' Trhpje : Aiistralian ssqtiadrPM, ^nflerian^ admiral, jipw beingr^eifictedi ^ivilK ?:&£. in ' AustraHiv ,?n .ilimt -'to;, rr ccei vc -: I;6rd - Jdlicoe^ Who.'wili-gQ'-p Canada' 'anlj SoutJr Airi^abetoriC1 Axtsfralia;. ' pfoii-; ably visiting the- Pacific -Islands and studying their .strategic j'aiucs before epmg^p'Sydney, wliire.hc \vili, -arirWe.' lnV'May.i''..,'..-i)Liortra1iari'l sailors, are:, ire-;; «eiviii^':.^jljSni!b'd'.-fur^(Agi-si'-'-.--^1''.'fe:-'ji' i'';.:$!r.^^h.4«ofer'jBfttc!j\di^t-'.iijriil'' jr^U^e^irvtfM-vel.rffln-^the-.^fjitfJc-1*
AMUSEMENTS. SOUTHERN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
AMUSEMENTS. BOVinEBti WOTOiBllB. ^ir/Mt'i'rpm t'jic, Tpivn JIaij'fydney, will jio. ^ereenca : n^ t)i-f '? Sputliora vCroBs' ; on i^iic^^..»i^it^\;^;'Jj:';.jiij|prs^*toiil i:'^](l.^iw^?feMC^'jp&Jr^''WU.^M*n &'iBflTOji^^'^&jrePj'*^8«i™W'iWi9,t« spy,, iv: fiimnaf.ibio ib tliat ?Ji65j»lajT!^:ra . BlaicnbV^a^;^^gani*^p-ib^f!i:?tne , wiithiB^iafAUB'^^tf^ihiii^f^ttf^iBd'' jifers ' of ; tlio -injt : aifi ';J3itiil:' Hoe, ,wii0 5? SBCn m'fitG ififftvsbt 'a'ft^fkHir-JTeiJM,'''' ^H(j-ord.'.^Miiii,':*4p.ijtoi^(^iti^tin^r, ; llinr^ .gmltJi, ^ip'jw^erMnateii ^jiiwftl 1 . ^b^rtna^oby^yjAwv^^i^^ '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
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NEW BRITISH INDUSTRIES. PROGRESS IN MOTOR WORK. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
NEW BRITISH INDUSTRIES. PROGRESS IN MOTOR WORK. (Renter.) LONDON, Saturday. Mr. F. G. K'ellaway, Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Mu nitions, in au interview published in 'The Observer,' said tbat the war bad led to the establishment of new industries in the L'nitcd Kingdom, and had immensely strengthened dozens di others.' ? ? For example, in 1914, only one firm in tlie United Kingdom was produc ing magnetos, and its output for 191 3- IOI+ ^as \x\i, magnetos of a simple type. Xow 14 firms were producing 128,637 magnetos a year. The quality of the present British magneto was the highest in the world. The mat'. neto was lighter and more reliable,; than cither the pre-war German mag--, new or the latest examples of German magnetos. ? ? ? ? ? ' ; ? ? liefore the' war' ttiree firms m t?ife ?United1 KingdD'm Vvcrc making spark ing pliigs. - Their Total oufjiut for 1914 was not more than 5000. To day five firms are producing' plugs and their output for the yearjended Oc tober 31...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
it ha* bauished tlif dailr head- . ache, languor, lassitude, bilious ness, con'sUpation. psins after caliug, aJidolhcrtrouble^arisitiE [? from a disordered condition oi ? tbc digestive iirgaiis — storaacbt liver iind b'jivels. If you .puffer from any 'o[ these- distressing., siiiticiiis a r-h(irl--'iiir'rf-f Mother; 1 fieigel's f-yxnp - frpm twenlvTip '. ITjirly drops, in a winrjilasf fiai , of ivatc'r— taken 'aftpf rn^ls,' EhouM nwvc i1? value itr^bftr; '? ca?p. Why nut put it lollic test? ? ' MOTHER SEIGECS TO BEAL WiTN INFLUENZA iiiRr HWO ESSENTIALS, m] T H'hpre ip )imi one way to keep inhafr 3ALM ulii' M;tj;ic s:alvr; prevents Wt grrm luiin --r.leriJiS. riiri-y it in th# jiociiM, :md iinw ;iml ;igai« ]-ut aj| ]i»:]o up )lir Di^nil^. iiml :i,i:iiu unih*' jn-jjur. ]( i^. i-i|ii:i!Iy y-)»U r»r catarrh, Ipml is iho imiiOii'sl of all tliinj;s Hi haVff ai'ciii flu1 lioiito fur ?riii?. pores, burns, ikv. It iufliu-i-7.'.i has Iji-en intuiiefl -!ic viviiin umsi. heed jiaiu. Pnenwonia di...
BOLSHEVIKS IN SIBERIA. HEAVY DEFEAT SUSTAINED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
BOLSHEVIKS IN SIBERIA. HEAVY DEFEAT SUSTAINED. fReuter.) LOXDOX, Saturday. A delayed message dated Decemlwr 3ft has been received from Omsk, ihe chief town of the Siberian province of AlrinolinsU. It states that the Siberian. Army was pursuing the retreating Bol sheviks and had taken 31.000. prisonevs and. captured an enormous -)iiflntity of equipment, including several armored trains, all with baggage vans. ? ? Tho Srdi Bolshevik Army, reprcsen'. in)j one-third of the whole Bolshevik forces on the Siberian front, has ceii^pj to exist.
DISTRICT NEWS. LAKE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
rMm\t^BNS^¥': ME 1AKE AiatEBT. ,- ??'file usual inonthly .meeting of tlic Lrako Albert Auxiliary Committee was held on tjio 5tl) just. Mr. A. Graham was elected president, iu place of IMr, S, Angel (resiguod), JU-. J. Quigley, of Grecadoo, \vap also mentioned, for t lie position liut decliucd iiominatitiii. A Bjotiou 'tt-as carried, that any inc«il»er of the connnittce-abotnting liimeelf from four consecutive general meetings with out giving rcusouii!)lc excuse, flioulil lisive bis nauio Tdmored from t)i« com mittee aud another put in liis plare. It was. also decide J that seven shoulu form -a quorum. T!iis nioiiou was the outcome of a disi-ussion on the indiffer ence shown liy several nicmbcrs iu at (cuding meetings. At a public meeting held in tlie I.aUe Hall on the 5th inst., in connection with Iho .welcoming of local soldiers, a strong commitlcc was £or,nicd to tarry out wimP. Tlic committee was to meet on ThuiBday to make arrangements for a public wcleoane to l'tc. C. Morton, w...
OCCUPYING ARMIES. BELGIAN HOSPITALITY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
OCCUPYING ARMIES. - BELGIAN HOSPITALITY. (United Service.1 .LONnOX, fiaturdav. Tho 3rd Artillery arc. located near Dinant, Istond, 2nd Divisions at Clinr lerpi/the *tU at niunnt, and the.Stli at ? Avcancs. '? ' '. . '?''' '.'. '. ' '?'? ? '? Tlie -Men' arc contentcij, healthv and wf II fed. Influenza has been stamped but; -They arc' delighted with . Chnr lctoi and IWnant, iviierotlic Belgians aro upsetting. tiheir prejudices by ovir Trhelning- liOBpitality. . ?'..'., '. /
NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
KABANDERA. Fte. J. BoTiiboll, \vlio receully re turned from the war, was. welcomed on Tuesday evening last at Jlr. W. Clarke 'f , Euroley. The chair was occupied by Mr. Newport, uud the attcudancu must have numbered 110. The toatt of the guest lvas pioposcd aud the chairman handed. Pie. Bornholt n liauJsouie gold meda). with an npprojiriatp iiifcription, as a memento of hib going to the front aud talting his part. 1'tc. Boruhoii gratefully responded an«l expressed his appreciation. Mr. .1. Wardby proposed 'Our Soldiers.' Mr. ,T. 3J. Bickard the 'Army Bud Navy,' Mr. .T. AVarby J'Mr. aud Mrs. Clarke and Sir. Born holt, senr., ami Tuinily.': The ladies were specially thanked. Folluviug the banquet aud toasts, dancing was iudul^ i;d iu aud kept jroing witii keen aiijno t.iation I ill the early morning lioui-'. Mr J. Warby'wau organiser and K'crctary and the success of the function is laTgely due to him. Ptc. Boruholt has gone to Sydney to the military lioqiital to undergo .medical atten...
SHIPPING POSITION EASIER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
SHIPPING POSITION EASIER. (Heutci.1 w LONDO.NT. -Saturday. Sir .Toscph Maeloy, Hart., Controllflv of Shipping, in the course of' sin inter vieay eaid that the, termination pf lios tilitics. had; eat;ed: enormously the ship ping position. The fDDnagc available -for Ininging imports into the Utiitod Kingdom had increased by Hie equivalrnt..of 10,000,000 tons of. goods yearly. ? It would shortly be ipossible substantially ttt release ton nage from requisition^ thereby crcatin' a free jnarket in tonnngb-nnd freight. The great need of the moment was coal 'exports, oh. which the whole of.uur sTiin pinjf'atid'financial position dcpijndoil. ; '31c 'hoped that with tho release of miners from the arjuy the ships which xterg .now. coniplotcd and had so far been going in ballast, y,-ould shortly bo able to take, outward cargoes, thereby Casing the financial situation1 and re ducing1 tlie cost of imported' supplies.
BARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919
fcABPLLAN, Ijvo Hit*, took place' on Juuuurj J The iaat ul It) p m , Jt fli\. Suubiuw Boatdiutlioubc, iv^iis -jiri(iklv ustiuguisli fld A lot »f bidding ?ind iloth(.s cJught ^ligjit^ m ju iouttidiiauig Some ilO uortl£ ot damage tlafc Joue, M 11 rfO' Kr A Gustaffon'a «addler's bUop and *6aU)6tJ)o»rA *mild»iig «aB «ell abAt Tho1 sbpjtr n»a cpuFeifie unb dtt'eWii^ a»id content* Aiiere iiumit 'out: X fine band, of workers prevented, the destruc tion of a hull alongside tho. burning buildiugv, and tliiSj too, in spito of a terioue shortage of water. It wasaiino save. The buildings n-cre .owned 1)y-M*,. W. O. Dicker, and wore insured, as .also Lhc eotttents of ? Mr. Gustafsoii ,'s shop. Mr. Weanit'; of the bank, had- one of his hands burnt wliilsl hefpiiig- to put out tho flames, The origin of tlic lire is unknown. Sfr. Gttstafeon was away for the holidays and the building was un occupied. ? .. The new Methodist Church ^ in a for. ward state and will bo an acquisition to the ton-n. Tho Me...