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HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

HIIOHT OF THE JUVEK. 'Above Summer-Level. Wednesday. ';Wagga ? 2ft. 10''-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL AND SHALE WORKERS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

COAL ^ivOSH^Lf WORKERS. SYON1ST; WeanegOay. . ' .The secretary -of .the 'Australasian Coal and -Shale Employees' V .FederaV tion says there lias been' no talk of a '? stfiUc. I'he men would resurne jworlc o.ri '-Monday in.the new Jrear. : ', ; ! : ?;?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

Jfospitftl Visiting Committee. iJvSMessrs. J. H. Skudder, W. H. qHSrfly aiid H. Oates, ', ? ' .- Indies' Visiting Committee: Moi ISfUmcs pobney and DitcMeld.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCUPATION OF BERLIN. HINDENBURG SUPPORTS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

t)CCUpA|ibiy OF BERLIN. HINDENBURG SUPPORTS. v ,' '? . LONDON;'Wcduesday. .' ^' The. 'Times' Berlin correspondent jvircs that Hin.aeribiirg lias tcltgrapji-. cd to the industrial magnates that, he ii prepared to support the : Brjtisfi occupation of Berlin. '-. ??„ ?'?:.''

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

Wagea Benevolent foclety. Bookhblder for the Vmonth:— Mri. : a.Syrne*. ' , - -. .' ? ??-,':?. ? ? ? THB WAOQABAlLHDVERTlSgR ? ThU ii trW-«b»rty when fretbora nun, Saving to^aSviM tht publi* may.apMk ??: f»i. — MII/TON. V THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 19] 9.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR AND PEACE. REPRESENTATION IN PARIS, LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

LABOR AM) PEACE. KEPKESENTATION IN PARIS. ? ! : LOXDOX, Wednesday, .; Authoritative sources state that the Labor party' will be represented in the British peace- delegation. !

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAPER PULP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

PAPER PULP. V^3*y- a coincidence, the activity of f,lj-iiper qontrol iu Australia; was origin ally- inteud&a to commence- on the very day that the armistice was signed. At 'the eleventh hour' it was extended a »- inonth, and with -the signing of the or .iiiiistice -was cancelled altogether, Futile to* the appointment of Mr. Brooks as -Commissioner may appear to liave been, find needless as tho anxiety of new'spapfv proprietors, particularly of country cdii ??_-. perns, proved, fo be. the Etir that was ? ' caused should not be without beneficent ^result.' Duriag the discussion of tlie fciipbRSfclc' consiSjiiencfcs of tlie failure -of ^:J-aperj^rjB,lie.5, there u-ere beard, vague.. |^|.^1ntV:-jr^^9^i*vSrilie; tt»nu|i}eitOBe;.of ' |p|p^J)cr: Jvuiji!: J Faced with \yfca£ |secnic-5 Igfejfjjiliratiicr .^ravei emer^eujy,' -we «aaM^ivrc|)arcd tojcoaKfcntrete; jippii an illTO!ftr3' .i^thcrto.'almofif :en|tirejy: jhc^ PPi'lllB Btaier1 ofithe.hiUif of .jgM^.igii:-»fcl|e-. has paes^| fo...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRIAN SHIPPING. FRANCE AND ITALY'S SHARE. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

AUSTRIAN SHIPPING. FRANCE ArJD ITALY'S SHARE. . '' ? PARIS, Wcdnesdav. 91ie Central. Powers will not be ad mitted to the peace conference in the early negotiations, according to the ^outline of '.'Le Midi' in an article written by a Krench diplomat, lii the ?framing of the programme an ar- ' riingement will be completed whereby Italy will obtain 75 per cent, and l/raiice 23 per cent; of Mhc Austrian incrca'ntile marine, mostly composed of cargo boats, which , have carried food supplies to enemy sources.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN EVENTS. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

^Hii«sfe Wm§m^o0i-W^0^^ il#Sratii^fl^fet^n1fircs':^%bnt I ^^p^en^njp;nt;.,Ss..*a^pp^V:C6n-; ^^u^^l^^pwnfqi^eclrcfe- ?^Jl;-';. ^be ' K&^Hl'^^i^Mie'tpV'eTing^rom ^©^Bt-.-lgtfmp.i.^ 'v-. . -.... --- -?:.- ??-'? v..;. .-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

|S||^^^P%R NEW YEAR TftAfc: ' tet:|fSo*wi»^-;.:ftnjP BAYLIS-STREET, |^p^tTW# bUiO, WAGGA. lisYltefcte'Ihto^ieoe -SUI^TS, m .Light Greys ? 21/. I :?; : Arid (another line at 18 -p. Both excellent values. rJ^^^i&EflP.BEiA^-'in Dark Grey, Slate aiid Mottled, |' ? ? '.' .'' all sizes, 5/11. . ' I Bpytf Grey TWEED' SUTTM, all sizes .. , t/]l. t ; * I ?3?lt^ liiie. is \y6rtir 32/ 0 l^feya^'VrASHING. SUITS ? 6/11, 7/01. ^:' '^We =have a good, assortment of. Men's 2TASBION I 'SHmTg, TIES, BRACES, 1£^K1MHIEF& ! =?: - ''? tSGK. BOOTS, all at Bedrodik foiees. CAUG0BS, 1 1: . SHEETINGS, TABLE DAMASKS, TOWELS, all V;i '''; at Reduced Prices. '?'' 'Our MILLINERY and FANCY DEPARTMENTS are ? well stocked. Give us a call and see for yourself. tb W. E.v Ey4es & Oo. i . THE FAIR OftB&USBS, I BAYLIS-BTREET, WAGGA WAGGA, ?1 Phone 99. .Tuneo and LeetOn. .} Boys' KB. TROUSERS, all sizes from 1 to 4, 1/9 pair. i TIME m. '-'?;?? ? The Oid Year, with it? stirring memories of g...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

J^EWS W -BRIER ??! i2'he feVustralian note issue, is now .£59,045,917, against whicli the Treas ury holds a sold reserve of ^31,256,275 10/, representing 35.99 rjer:ceiU. of ;the notes in circulation. '3$ addition goldi is held ekevrbere amounting, to (£500,000. ; :.\la the Victorian State nurseries last itlSr over 3,000,000 plants -were raised, bi& -only the hardy species ?n-ere dis trjjiutcd for plantation, work. The plants issued: as free grants were as ff^iow. — State schools. 24,541; general ?pUblic, ^3,745: shire councils, 0,850; progress, nssociations, 13,000; public bodies, 2,198; miscellaneous, 1,504; hoijor avenues 1,281; cenretcries, 856. Total, 52,^5. : fGabled notification lias, been re'eeiv-: &£%o the effect that the Bundarra, one o^itbo- new Commonwealth Govern-' irifc'nt line of steamers, which was/ n-\ ipcrtefl to have recently put into Vic-i ?to?ia, British Columbia, owing to; en ^ne trouble, has reached San Fraji-: ci| Co. As nothing to the contrar...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

fiMfci PETER YEE LE€, ?'??. ,S-;;'V:O#NBSfi DOCTOTJ - and T ?$$;//:., $S herbamst. ??:, ? ?- lilii'^*-«S^E0TM5E-BTJBEET' WEST, ;^^-r;v.: „ . SYDNEY. ? . J ^S&r'^isit. (.Lib District ivery . Fijct ?-vrffiSKcs: livery complaint ik male of - .^EenSilo skiifiillv and successfully iltr^ted. Will Consult at ALBUBY JiDTEL, BAYLIS-STP.EET, KewtowB,' -V-fy&GGA, FRIDAY. ' JAKUAET 10, AL; SBtJBTj THUBSDAY, JANPABY 9. V ;'i. ?? 3Ionr6: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. *? . -i''.-.'- jilbury — 30 a.m. to 3 p.m. ^Pssctised over !IO \'-?ars ia Australia. .??-,. Consult Ijy Correspondence. New Zealand Loan and Mercan .... tile Agency Co., Ltd, WOOL BBOKEBS STOCK & STATION AGENTS, Auction Sales of Stock at Albury and Wodonga AUein&to Tuesdays. And Monthly at Hqwlong WaHa Wall*, and Tallangatla. AGENTS POE ALL COOPEBS DIPS. Offices: Commercial Banking Co,'f Buildings, Kiewa-street, ALBUBY. Norwich and London Accident -. Insurance Association, In* NEW WOBEMEN'S COMFSlf ?ATION ACT i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

Wf- P&WOOWIXMKT, fVUNi £*! Hour*: 10 *w' to 8 pm £V Saturday* to 1 pau M$ Othir yiMM by Appoln»Mi»i |r*'. ;..??. :'. Telephone 1«6, ?; Practice resumed Thursday, January 'V:ie,Y . Ateo nlisent each Saturday in ;';?' January. :, Visits Borce Greek, Monday, ! January fib. : - ? . ? ? B. ,W. BB0WW0ED5E, LOCKHABT, . : The Besflor all Xmas and Presentation : Goods, Xmai Poems in Art Bindings,. ' ' Jewellery, Electroplate, etc., in great - vwriety, Xjnas Cards, Calendars, Diaries, .??:?, ;: toft, Fancy Goods, Kodaks.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

RHEUMATISM CURED. J?T «a* . of th* nort Iijnri»nt»a Ch»mi«ti In the Gonunonwealti^ 'Hanien'i Eheumatlo JLvmz&f' Br«ryboay i» talking Hunt-It. Com pletely ridi th« ayitwn -rf Ori« A^ and restores thB ip** tow ofthj^D J«Ers. Th« pala of BHBDMATIBM: reUovod after ? tr* tout, J« bptflw B/6, from ' , HANBEK, OHiinlfl, HBTtli Or Mr. Andersom, Ohamist, ,Wagg*. Mr. Frieaiieb. Chemift, Albniy. Mr. Trivett, CSieiniflb^Odolaaion. Mr. BallliAUBen, fhemiat, Coqtanvandr*. Hb. Duval, ehemist, Naranaer*. Mr. Hathenon, Chemist, June*. Mr, George, Chemist, LoeMiart. HAJISEN'S 'SPECIAIi SEEN OINTatENlri t-EACHE8 the Spot lor Eczema, old ?'Skin Diseases, Cnts^ Burns, Pimples, Blackheads, Mouse Plague, Varicose tfle'er etc. It is a -bbna-fida remedy for all 6KIN troubles ana the public are demanding it. In.Jjarge'Pota 8/6. . Bob! everywhere, or from ____gANSEN, CtomUt. H«nty. Headaches, Giddiness, Glariness ABE CUBED WITHOUT DSTJGS OB ebtO&ED ePECTACLES BY : fi. REMEZ The WeU-known 0PT0M...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

TKOTTING nrTUBES. S.D.T.C., Jnnce— Fab. 19, Apl, 2, Jnne 9.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-19. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

[?] SOUTHEES DISTRICT V RAO ING ASSOCIATION. , KAonra dates, i9i8-i9. : 1B19, Tambarumba T,C, ..... Jannary IB, 18. MonaTO B.C. .... .. January 22^ 23. Mbuty L.V, B.C. .. January 24, 25. | Artlethan P.B.C. , ? aannaiySg.1 8fnftl6ngB.C ? ?? FebToary 6. GotiMft B.0 ? .- W*0**-7**-. Cootaanndra T.O. ... Febrnaty W, 18. Ganiagtti B.C. .. .. Febtnarj- 20. 27,^ Jlaropelead P.B.C. ... .. .. M&™\ \.\ Daysdale P.B.C. ? ? M«'J- f roung T.O. .... ... ?? March 6, 6. BwSdWa T.C ....... ... March 7, 8. j .Tuncc Bacihg Club .... MstcIi n, IS. Mbnry St. Pattiek Day B.C., March 15. 8.D. Baring Ausociatloa Meet- - in™ ? March 22, 23. | AdamiMby J.C. ? Mwch 17, 18. Bnrrowa B.C ? March 18. Ardlethan P.B.C. ? Match 19. OaUahds A.a.O ? Match M Waggtt St. Patrick's Day B.C., March 19 BarollanB.C ? March 26. ff«ntyB.C ? Mareh^B. Vniiko' Picnic B.C. ? Aprils. Orana B.C ? April 9. Gonlburn 8-Honr Club. . . April 4, 5. Goulburn B.C ? ?? ApTU 11, 12. Binda J.C ? April 21. Borce Creek P.A.BC ? AprU 21. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROBLEM OF RETURNING SOLDIERS. (To the Editor "Daily Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

^OBLtM OF HETUfiNING ^fjo-tlie Editor .''Daily AdveytiBer.')- *? 'Sir.-r-Arh we ready, to provide for '(theinrlirx of ioiir local returned soi ?:-jJ,ifers_?,' This is the vital .qlicstionV /?iSfc'tliey tobe welcorried HomeV with' ,a flare of ?U'liitlpetsVaiidi then told they. JMist go elsewhere id find a living?, In 'our own '^liire, have, we any useful ! '.public works- ready to make;, a start on' A large, body, of unskilled Jab it '?'mil sooii be lic'rc. Arc we -ready? y Why'havfc so iliany wlfcat farrris gone WuJ.ofcujtiyation in- our shire? , .Why :-/,-sp many acres' 'of fertile country stil! '-, uncultivated? '.'Would it not be-' a ^'.distinct advantage to our town and yjslitfc'ri part's and specifications ?Were '.. afoncc made For- 'The RockMango ' plah-PtilHtop railway?- If these'plans :-v«cc .ready, itliesnccessity arising, a ?very large body of -unskilled ? labor : coiild ? lie employed at a _? moment's -.notice., .The completion of. this .-line : would mean that -'f arms ....

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN PRESS COMMENTS. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

AMERICAN PRESS COMMENTS. .; : - '. ? ...... v--' ; '?VAXUQVVKR, Weaneedayi Tlje '^New York -HcraldJ ' $itys-$nt 'differeucCjS of opinion between .31,. Cjem- enceiiu and President ? Wilson : .are-, in shai-p contrast. After quoting llieir speeches, the ''World'' comnients: — ''Hisfoiicaiiythe President is staiudiug on iirniei ground1, than M'.Clcme.iiccau. :*Ttois wat'sy:ji]iuijiaU)i]e;JrBgeily vfasthe jidancc oi.\pow«- system, which was deviled: tp iusurc. peace. -and ifevhich plunged; tiie^vorfa /into tlie' 'mo: t tei rjbj'e.«-ajr of .all 'jtinies. ,^I, Clcnii nccaii wonia-?o'ujifiue!*'t-i'P:?a,v' t*-? pM game of .European 'd/iploinacy; lint will \ hulfle -!i^ .ca'r'Ss1 differently), inaliing 1 rituiii aiid^the' liiitcd! States uudcrwri ie tbe pojicy ofl^iceiaiLd ItHlyi for, all time. So.^fflr a^jtJje^Qn'ilie/l States is conSprued M.' Clemcnccnu ; -fpulil 'hardly prpeet that liisj jwopqeaf woiiyV' hf Bejiously itfjMdVfe^ y?S If He. ^iner&lu i'Gover^i- ' nieiit or by the Ani...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST GAOL BREAKERS STORY OF ESCAPE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

^TflURSTiGAOL BREAKERS STORY OF ESCAPE. '[ SYDNEY, ?Wedneiday. ?Further particulars vi the ? capture ': of the Bathurst escapees show that Constable. Raiidall waded through tV. water and- covered tilt men with a re volver. He called to the others .to come on while the latter covered the ?fugitives. Randall then climbed up tin: bank and handcufted^icm. ; Leigh .said that -Stcirier and1 he had - been ? ?engaged trying f6r yesfrs to ^escape. He said: 'We reefe.- tiiree storeys high and- they could not hear much below. We used to get to w,ork- (with augers ?immediately after . 'the .search at 5 o'clock had been con i eluded. AVc reached the ceiling by placing flur.stop.ls on ,Uie top of tables 'and were 'then able to bore ' holes. We could only, bore one hole ; eacli night; but kept5 at it until Hie J$ple was made sufficiently large to enable, a piece to be lifted ou£,-r Each ..-? morning we. placed the ccmcijt . we had taken .out of .the . holes in . pur pockets and deposited it on a'T...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY PEACE ANTICIPATED. CONFERENCE VITAL DISCUSSIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

EARLY PEACE ANTICIPATED. tJOM'-fiMJiN.L'E'S VITA1.DIS CUS*5JONS. LONDON', Wednesday. . The 'Moriiing Post'' states that the conversations between President Wilson anil representatives of Great ' Britain 'anil the --Dominions were most cordial. All the participants wore' eminently satisfied aud a good understanding was reached. There were three stages, fitEt ly, hii meeting the lni])erial AVar Cabinet, at whii'h a complete agree'-' uieut. was, reached regarding poace pro posals affecting the Empire and Domin ions;' secondly, his conference with Im perial representatives with a view to exchanging British and American pro posals; .thirdly, his meeting with Do minions'. Ministers. A high authority states, that the questions of- reparation and indemnities — in regard to which it is understood the Dominions. will sub mit separate demands — international maritime law., territorial delimitations,' and the. fate of the German colonies, were discussed. At these coirfevcneos H is understood th...

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