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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
^ SORTING. .. THE JURF. ! Wiulc on uis.way lo'-iht H.i-hn.oi.J (\ i c . ) raccs on Monday to. fultil rid ing ciigagemcnts, E. O'Sullivan met with an accident. He was stepping 8)1 the tram when he slipped and' in :-.**?»! r»t»« nf ln- niiklrs. ? \Y- Evans, the Sydney jockey, had his liccnsc. suspended for a month by the Richmond stewards- on Monday afternoon, for alleged prevarication during the hearing of a case in which iy. Xorr was disqualified recently. The appeal of Torr was dismissed. ;H. Eauics, rider- of Directly Jit the iirst division, iu the Stewards Jlandi cap at Kiehpiond, was suspended for ihrcc mouth s for alleged careless rid ing. liamcs admitted that he had allowed his mount lo ease down when leading in the straight, j The well-known blood stallion llar ra u joey died at Coolegong last Friday. Tlie old horse had reached 15 years of age, and- was a good -performer iu his day, ineludiug iu bis wins the Waggj Gup, Olid was very succcssiui JB jus show rings. in Melbourne ...
SOUTH AMERICAN BOLSHEVIKS. BUENOS AIRES OUTBREAK. BUENOS AYRES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
SOUTH AMERICAN - BOLSHEVIKS. BUENOS AIRES OUTBREAK. ^Renter.) BUENOS AYRES, Tuesday. The strike is spreading and battles between the strikers and the Govern ment lorccs are raging through the entire city, while a. particularly sharp conflict is being waged i' front ol the nost office.;. If it spreads further there it will be necessary to close the ; cable oftice. , Several determined at tempts were made by the strikers to capture^lhe police headquarters, a block from the American Consulate. I Cavalry occupied tlie 'municipal abat toir to assure tlie distribution of meat ! aud so prevent starvation, i The strike is the outcome of a Bol ; slievik movement by foreign agitators, j who rush through the streets in taxi I cabs bearing red flags. These agi itators arc from a district of Latin I Americans, comprising the bulk of j the laboring classes. The police do ! not attempt to stop speeding hv the. agitators or compel the re moval of the red flags. The Govern ment have- mobilised- an a...
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Aries is now a short-priced favorite fur tin* Challenge Stakes, e.loselv fol lowed by Palm Leaf and. Sydney Dam sel. Then conic Briseis, Willie Plomu, Sheila 11., Balaraug aud Dame Acre, With Fight Ever and -\orbury nearest of the others. » Greg continues favorite for the An niversary Handicap, with Arch Marella and Bee iu close' attendance, followed by Kenilic, Peat. Phast 3 Joy. Garibaldi and First Lesson.
SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM. MANY CITIES OCCUPIED. AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM. 1 MANY CITIES OCCUPIED. : AMSTERDAM,, Tusday; . ? . Reports froni'.Gccniany indicate that Bolshevism is spreading .in West phalia 'and other parts of Germany. ?? '. Telegrams from Frankfurt.' state that t ii e Spa rtacis ts, con trol Ditssel -lorf. Tl-.ey stormed the prison at ?Munster, and liberated 170 prisoners. They occupied all tbe n^vspapcr' pf fices at Mulheiin-am-Sttlir, The riot ers occupy Dresden, Mtinich, Augs berg and -Stuttgart; 'Severe fighting in the streets is going on in 'Hamburg. Thousands of ..:ilus,sinnsr disguised/ arc rcpocled to be ifigilting on .brii'RU of th? i
PEACE CONFERENCE. ASKING RUSSIA IN. FRANCE BARS BOLSHEVIKS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
PEACE CONFERENCE. ASKING RUSSIA IN. FRANCE BARS BOI.PJTEVTKS. ? (Reuter.) LONDON, Tuesday. '?'L' Humanite' states tbnt the Brit ish Government has proposed that the Allied Governments should invite all the Russian Governments, including tho Soviet, to call a trucc during tho Peace Conference, and send representatives there. M. Pichon, iu reply, pays a tribu-a to the generous spirit of universal re conciliation, - but declines to agree to the inclusion of the, Bolsheviks, owing to their criminalities, adding that | Prance agrees to the proposed invitation to the other Russian Governments !
CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION INAUGURATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION » INAUGURATED. ] Mr. U. F. Aloin presided over :i meeting of the Wagga School of Arts-j last night, when it was dccidcd t.j inaugurate a district cricket com petition. Matches will commence on Saturday week. September 25- tbe being left -until the executive ineeio on Monday night next. * It was arranged that on Anniver sary Day Wagga A Grade should play Murruntbunab-liardcu on the Cricket Ground, and IJ Grade should : meet Stodciubingal o% Bolton Park. | The Mai-or ( 'Mil. i;. K. Collins 1 looked in during the niecling, and said- he hoped the sport would be taken up again iu Wagga. He also promised to give any assistance.
MORE BOLSHEVISM. HOLLAND IN THROES. AMSTERDAM. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
MORE BOLSHEVISM. 1 HOLLAND IN THROES. ' | - t (Renter.) ? I AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. ! Tlie. *4lTaa£ficlic Post *'* says Bolflie- j vik propagandists arc most active in Holland, where they arc spending mil lions of rfloxins. Borisoviteh, cxgcn eral manager of Siemen's factories at Moscow, is now one of the prineipal Bolsheviks whilst au ex-director oi a j 'German banking firm is .acting as Bol shevik foreign financial agent. Bolshe* vik propaganda Ava s. first earned abroad by German Foreign Office couriers.
VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
VICTORIA v. NEW SOOTH WALES, j Tin' following players have been se lected to represent- Victoria in 1 ]u; mutch against Js'e\y South Wales, at Sydney, eoniliieucing. on Jautiaiy 24: — W/W. Arnisti-oiig, (captain). F. Bariug,1 F, Ilyt'tt, 1', U. 'Le Ooutcilr, L. Keating. LI, lroiinioiiger, i:. A. 11' Donald, B. Onyoufi, Ji. lt. Mayue, J. Hyder, V. Hans ford, W. 8ejvn.lt.
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday, FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 15 January 1919
^ COMMERCIAL!. ' THEMARKETS. -,. i SYHNEY, Tuesday., . FORAGE. * Tlip niarket.ior cliaif \vas steady it tbe Alpxaiidria salts to-day. 'Late ; rates' 'Were maiiilaiilcd. but consign ments, however, were slightly harder ?to sell..- Oaten hay rose 5/ to 10/10 ; a Aon, - I'hcre ;-vcre 110 potatoes siyaiJ- - able. SvhMt^i.eliaff/jirinie 8/ iofS/g, | food 7/3 ,to 7/10. Oatcn ^lia^ g'ood j ^p-prjui|j,S/3 'tp'8/7; 'j! ;ib; ?jf$. 1 :Wi|gatpt -'fufjfl ? Mitchell, 'Ariah - 1'ark, 7/10; from Murpby; Gamiy.iin, 7/3. .; . ' PRODUCE. '-'v:-.y Eggs:: Kevr laid 1 / 5 - to .i/6, railways i/j to i/j, Northern 4-ivejs 1/2 to l/3: Ii'--'-''-;';;:';'?;,,'-- . .: ' . -FRUIT. . ; ♦ rfypfe. ~/-5 to as/j.-banatias, »S/;io. 20/; xliefr jes,* 7/,'io if/', oratjEes^ cbm- ; nigin^/ to' j 7M. myfiislei/h 3&; s,$k: ictnpj^; soj lo pineapples, 7/ 19 i^7;:geacb«6, -'/C lo 12/C ^ ^ ' ,.-.4