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RAILWAY STRIKE SETTLED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

: RAILWAY STRIKE I SETTLED. I LONDON, Tuesday. j Tho sliike' of carriage workers on 1 Ihe BrigMpii railvvays has;ijcen settled. 1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

RETURNED SOLDIERS. By the mail train from Sydney yes- 1 terday morning tiiere arrived from the front Privates 1). A. Cameron and Wild and Corporal R. J. Hallorar.. 1'be rai'ivaj- station' was decorated with iiacs and tbe soldiers were wel comed by tbe Jlcturned Soldiers' Re ception Committee, including the Mayoress of Wagga (Mrs. E. J i. Col lins) and Mr.. H. Oates, lion, sccrc tiry. Tliev were then escorted lo the motor car of the Kev. W . Tullocli and iu it driven to tbe Australia:! Hotel. Private U. A. Cameron, who was accompanied liv his wife, kails froin Muudowey, .Cross Ivoads. aiif* erilistpd in June, igi6; sailing tor tlie front in November 01 tbe same year witb the reinforcements lor rbe 14th Battalion, A.1.F-, but was subsequent ly transferred to the 29th Battalion. ! He was Sn France from March, 1917. to August. 1018. On Amnist o. 1018. during: atl advance lie was severely wounded, in tbe chest witb shrapnel, and at tlie same time received a bullet wound in the right .leg...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG LONDON FIRE. DAMAGE £160,000. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

' B|G ; LONDON FIRE. | Kt^ ^BAltoGE^iltWflOo/; B ?/Reulcr.) ;^. , : II 'LONDON. Tuesday. H Another ' food 'warehouse1 in ihp East S| of London has licen- gutted, the damage ' auiountnig to £WO,OtlO. Thte cause of 9| the firo is ?unknown. ,. ^ :|K

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION FOR COUNCIL ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

ELECTION FOR COUNCIL ENGINEER. Fifty-seven applications were con sidered at a special meeting of tlie Gundagai municipal council on M011- : day night for the position tot water works engineer. Tbe applications ? ..j ? ? ? ...... ? K A fiar rett, a former employee of tbe council, and Richard Hell, a returned soldiet* The Mav-v (Aid. Wrigbt) appealed to the aldermen 10 support Bell, whose credentials were good. The voting by ballot resulted in favor of Garrett by five lo four. Consider able indignation was expressed at ^ turning down a returned mau. Tlie Mayor, in .reply to Aid. Cullen. said | the council bad formerly passed a ] resolution in favor of preference to ! returned soldiers. ? — * '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA'S CAPITAL. PICTURE OF HORROR. STOCKHOLM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

RUSSIA'S CAPITAL. ^ i PieTDBB OF HOEBOR. ' ? YReuter.) STOCKHOLM, Tuesday. Travellers from JPetrograd state the conditions there's re awful.Thepppiilc tion ss starving and ;frce?ing tb dettth en mafse, aud mortality is so great the TOmoispiltes are m9ft'TO«sM&'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR CHEST APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

'WAK CHEST A^PPEAl., I iPjji' ilnai liu'eling of thf War. Ohest Appeal Oomuiittif heblat t)ic To\vn ILall last tveninf. 'The.MaVOT, Aid, 1'. K. tUollins. ??baiiinnn, presided. .Jjr.'vT' C. Thomas, treauiwcr, read the. Imlfluei'-' sheet, which -shiinj1.! the 'total k-eeipts amoui'ited to JCS07 1 /*-! and that .after deducting expei-es ? t h*1. bhlance avail able was £S2(j ii/v^ Oh the motion of ?Mr. Thomifs, seconiedi by. Wr. K. K. Cop-: iaml, the ; babuice;shi-et' was adopted; and it was dec^j^ that the balance be forwarded -to the^ headquarters nf the War t?best in Sydiity. It was also re solved. ou the motion 'of Mr. Thomas, that -letters be written to those who li.iil onntrnlli'.l t In* various *r:ills.iiu M :- iket Day. thanking them for their valuaWo assistani'v. The ehairman said the result of the effort was highly satis fiietory. anil Mr. Copland eudo'rsed that view, pointing out that the committee had. made £500 its objective and that their most sanguine expectations had the...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

[?] {-It lias befn rc^ogni&«d hy ! tbe iliu s iij' . ''tfftr -for ltepatri^tiou tjiat iris depait i _ iUtat 1 if atteai^ting. toojinueji iu cn lieavoring to centralise control of rte ?i. ti^mendouii liusiuess, iu haifil. He ic ISl i , ajBo felzed of the fact, !io doul)l. that Iff® * folly to attcmpt at the present };4v moaient uieaus disaster .iyitli deiiiobir^a v. tion pldds wakiug- head my, ^ Kvery iSif jyliere ^there uj-e orideueen ^f J.uBre st 'as ' rigSrds returiied men and emjjloyineut. £;I Thfro'is the icoutmuous and;' insistent d^iiand for-jirefprenee.to.these solditrf,; . '? ' aiid'- iieir i le^itimDte «0(nj)lsrintfl ' ore gfj'! uertaSn to be exploited by. those who ? ^ A; ' ' 'trijib ? to .jeiaphasise tie ciistcnce , of ia . 1 '7 . -''iVBS /itrnggle. ?' ' ; We have fo^'look ? ' no -further than, tlie preflmbie adopted1 ^liv A- by/, tie »Oue Big TJniou oonfereueo 1 in » v j^tfjboiirne to be oon vinecd: what fev . .' f js:-the'^.flines!'diseoht-nt among --the ire-' i...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

' . : DEATH. S5UTH.— -»B tie 14tU iust.. at his i«i deW. ' -Cbn jura,'' Fox-stifcel, 'Wagga, -Alick' Smith, in iiis 71st year, after a short, illness. -Privatfe intemeot at -.Jfveamjba. . By special request, no flowe/s. .'? . ?, , IK yFMfvyiAW ? M?-{5ABftV.— In loving memory of my '4&it husband and' oiir dear father, M. M'JGsirry, who died at Manly .laauaiy ' 15.' 191.6. - ''Not Forgotten.' . —Inserted' by hislovidg wile snd fam- ; ' i»F,.- : .-, ' - v us juMdfciMi. WJSJ iEL.-rln loving -Miemety of' out ? dear sonjind Jtirotlier; Satttuel (So®): * wBoldi^flrted this life January 15, - iBjtr , . y fi»81y Missed. ? .lust ;*igkt years aj-o to-day lie passed I ?away, - I .I^om- those who .loved him dear; Still, memory is the game to-day As.-tWiugb lie still washere. Fop r' lieVcr can the heart forget, Tie':B6iTOR- of life part; ' Wbtfn grief lias made soTfleep-a.woimd. : Stillmust its .burden last. -^Ii^eVicd'. by bis1- sorrowing parents, litotliersaod sUtors. i v-;- , , IK ik^O...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

WAGGA COMMONS. I A meeting of the trustees of the 1 Wagga Commons was held last night at ? the ^Criterion Hotel. The. herdsman's report stated that the grass ou .the 1 Commons w«s fading ?ast. and stbek : were falliift- away. Thirty-fire uev, commouers were -enrolled. It. de cided. to apply to tha Government the cost, of the. improvements on the laud taken from the Commons some time ago and set apart for settlement. It is estimated that these improve ments are. worth £500. |

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. OATEN MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

ITEMS OF NEWS. OATEN HAY. -There was ou view at JUossrs. J. ; .leiemy and Co.'s establishment yester- j day, an' exceptionally fine sample of oaten Jiay. grown by Messrs. Clark and Monks, of Colongelan. liook Itook. It is estimated that if threshed the crop ivould1 have yielded about 40 bushels of grain to the- acre. . As 'hay it will yield j 2 toll? to tbe- acre. The oats were I grown ou' fallowed land. j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERGE OF INDUSTRIAL UPHEAVAL. MR. MARK MORTON ON BOLSHEVISM. MUST BE STAMPED OUT. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

VERGE OF INDUSTRIAL ' upheaval; 7 me.' mask morton on ] BOLSHEVISM. -,fUST BE ^TAMTF.D orr. ... I SYDNEY. Tuesday. ill1.- Mark Morton, M.L.A., speaking at Albion Park, said this country was -111 tbe verge of the greatest industrial upheaval, ill .its history, due to organ ised Bolshevism, The people would he very loDg-Kuffor-ing' and foolish if tliey -ua not assert tncmseives ana stamp it out. It was' the diity of the Federal OoverunHjnt . tp . deal iirinlv with ( 'is menace, . -and., instead of iclcasinp in terncd^Jcrmnns; these foreigners should he fib ippeil badk to iheir'own country. When m'oetmgs were )icld in Sydney in i'ator of. ill 13, frightful doctrine, it was time that the -people to so up. These men dUt not belong to either political party, btit were out to wrer-k society for their ownbn^o en-1s. .-rrr-i

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNOR-GENERAL. EARLY DEPARTURE FOR LONDON. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

- GOVERNDfi-GENER AL. r EA SUV DEPASTURE FOE LONDON. ? ' 'SYDNEY. Tuesday.'. Iu ofllcial* cji'ci'e'pj it is understood ; ihat tlie Goyjji'jipHJejifral will shortly ! leave for- .Loudon -It is understood i that ho doe* -net desire to remain in j ?Australia till 'tht! efad of his t Am, ^vhicli j expires in* May.' '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIRED OF THIS WORLD. ITALIAN'S PREMEDITATED END. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

TIRED OF THIS WORLD. ITALIAN'S. PREMEDITATED I .. ... .END... j ?' SYDNEY. Tuesday. ! ?Giovanni 'Moroni, an Italian, wns I Joijndi dead jit Broken Hill yesterday, j Ileiiad iftCbS i'u.ilje bant to his credit, ; and in a, jcttcr, Jie-.3clt the nioney 10 ! the poor.or.thc.-district, eKedpt £20, J for which-- he -drew'; a cheque, to he j used for- Jiis- Jimeral- -expenses. He . said lie Tvns-lircd 'of -this ivnri-1, 3iid hojied loTind rfiSt il! the next.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESTRUCTIVE BUSH FIRE. CHURCH BUILDINGS SUFFER. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

DESTRUCTIVE BUSH FIRE, j CHURCH BUILDINGS SUFFER. SYDNEY, Tuesday. As the result of-a buslt fire yester day, the village of Mongarlowe, about eight miles from Braidwood, suffered severely. The Anglican andi Roman Catholic Churches were destroyed, but the school residence was savel. A large tract of .country was . swepr bv the flames. - , t

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE COMMANDANT. MINISTER DENIES REPORT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

V STATE COMMANDANT. r ?} i c - * MINISTEE DENIES REPOBT. | KEIjBOUBKE, Tue&day. The Minister for Pefenec denied to night that BrigadicrJScnerai Brand had ?; been appointed VictorLm Commandant. J He ^aid. ho sdw ays thought that the M Minister appointed commandants, but ® on tlvis occasion somebody' -^&e had been making the appointment. Ho aoaeo ?,/ that, the whole position of the Stai« v Commandants throughout thc Oommon- tt wealth was nnder igview, and nothing K had vet been done, either in 1 ictnria K or any other State. R

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA INQUIRY. "TWO-UP" A NATIONAL SPORT. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

SARDINIA INQUIRY. * I 'TWO-UP' A NATIONAL SPORT, SYDNEY. Tuesday. In the course of the Sardinia inquiry to-day. Sergeatft Paul, orderly room sergeant of thc'Savrliina, declared that 'two-up' was a national sport as far as the A.I.P. was concerned. Witness added that he did not consider a little game of 1 ' two-up ' hawniai. m « plained that, although gambling was prohibited on the vessel, the order did not say that, 'two-up' was gambling. Quart ermaster-Sergcani Donald Mat Kenzie said that the discipline on the vessel was rather lax. The O.C. could have made more effort to maintain It than he did. Witness knew there was a deal of drinking among the troops. A man offered him money to get him a bottle of whisky. Sergeants could get two bottles. All day the men and of ficers gambled outside tne v.y. *, w»-. He saw Major Cuttriss, and; Lieuts. Har rison and Bromley there. - Private Herbert OTlonsld said he had not actually seen the nurses m the ytwo-np'-' l-ing. -but they, had bets :at'...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN ESTHONIA. ENEMY UNITS CAPTURED. FINNS CO-OPERATE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

IN ESTH0NIA. ENEMY UNITS CAPTURED. j ? FINN'S CO-OPERATIL ', I ' i. .LONDON. Tuesday, j An EstjidiiiaiT conimuniquc states: . The Estlionians last Wedncsdrv captured: the commander, oj the enemy's marine -troops operating on the coast,, as well as . three mjichine guns and other bootv. i .?! . Finnish troops, participating in- tlie figlitinjr' fQ(-.thc firs* time,. capt'ricd two. villages. Tlie Esthonians cap tured thestaff and1 artillery of the ^gth iUfle . Regiment: . - Hie advance continues in the ? direct lon of Walk. We have: also ^repelled the 1 River Walge. -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANDED AT RIGA. BRITISH SCORE AGAINST BOLSHEVIKS. STOCKHOLM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

LANDED AT RIGA. ' - 1 BRITISH SCORE AGAINST j BOLSHEVIKS. i (Renter.) I . . STOCKHOLM, Tuesday. . The Russian joprnal 'Cevernagar- jign' announces that a British force has landedi in Jlic neighborhood of Riga, where it has been successful in an attack on the -Bolsliieviks.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANISH THE HOHENZOLLERN FRENCH MILITARY DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

BANISH THE HOHENZOLLERN FREXCH .MILITARY DEMAND. (Reuter.) The .''National News,-' Paris, de clares that the French General Staff will propose, at the Peace Conference, the banishment to Algiers -of the ex-Kaiser, the ex-Crown Prince, an.l all male me'mbers of the family, 011 the ground th^t peace -will not he safe w-hile the. Hohenzollerns remain at libertv. w ' »

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONOMA QUARANTINED. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919

SONOMA QUARANTINED. ' SYDNEY, Tuesday. , 1 The mail steamer Sonoma, wuio.li ar rived this morning from San Francisco, was unexpectedly sen! into quarantine. After examination of tho passengers aud crew, (be 'quarantine authorities decided that the' vessel must be re tained nt the station fo'r the; usual per iod of seven days.

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