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WAR COUNCIL DECISIONS. GERMANY'S RETURN FOR FOOD. DETAILS OF REPRESENTATION. PARIS, Wedesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
WAB COUNCIL DECISIONS. GEEMANY'S BETUKX FOR FOOD. DETAILS OF. REPRESENTATION. (Beuter.) J'ABIS,' Wcdesday. The Supreme War Couucil has decid ed that, in return for the Allies vic tualling Germany, the latter will have to have over all her merchant ships iu German or neutral ports for trautpoTt of foodstuff Minplics. whatever their price, origin or destination. There is no ouestion of the oeeupatiou of Ger man ports'. The question of niilitary interveutiou in Poland has been post poned. The council decided- the five great Powers shall each have five pleni potentiaries. Brazil three, Belgium, Serbia. Poland, Czecho-Slovakia. Koumania and China two, Portugal and the States which broke off rcla^ tions with Germany one. The ques tion of the representation of Jugo slavia and Russia hasten adjourned. .However iriany- delegates a country ma3* have, it is only entitled to -one vote. ' _? The Dominions will be specially re presented, .apart from the delegates of the Mother Country. Canada, Au...
AUSTRALIA'S CLAIMS. DELEGATES SHOULD BE SUPPORTED. MR. WATT'S VIEW. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
AUSTRALIA'S CLAIMS. PKLEGATES SHOULD BE SUPPORTED. MR. WATT-B VI3IW. 9 MELBOUBNE, Wcducsday. Mr. 'Watt, Acting Prime' Minister, replying to^a cable, regarding Austra lia's claims- at the Peace Conference, said he did, not think it proper to .dis cuss, at this stage, the. individual claims for -consideration which Sir. Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook might place beforo the representatives of tho Allied or 'bellig erent ? nations generally; but lie cer tainly stressed Jhe view that full sup port and consideration should ))« ex tended to . tlic representatives of the Commonwealth at this time. Ho added that, if we had had. a little more cf that support during the last twelve montbs or so generally from journal ists in Australia, the national, interests of the Commonwealth would have been better served.
CRICKET. WAGGA v. C.Y.M.S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
CRICKET. ' WAGGA v. C.Y.M.S. A match was played on the Cricket Ground yesterday afternoon between i teams representing the Wagga Cricket Club and the Catholic Young Men's Society. The result was a- win for the .Wagga Clutf on the first innings by 113 runs. Following are the scores: — \VAGG.\. Bellair.b Glazier ? .1 o G. Dunstan.b /Glazier ? :.-__ ,11 Dr. Tfvey, b' Glazier ? 4 A. Raleigh, c. Stewart, b Glaiier 11 A. Dunstan, retired ...... .... 58 Dr.' Martin, c M'Guire, b Glazier. . o A. Spokes, c M'Guire, b Glazier.. 12 Watts, b O'ReilJy ? 5 Walsh, toot out ? «? .... A* Bush, run out ? .. ... S tf ail, b Glazier ? '. . '9 ? Sundries .. .. .. .'. .. .. ,. ~2r Total ? 176 (Bowling-, R. Glazier . 7 for 57, 'O'Reilly, i.ior .9- . --. ? '- - -'V C.Y.M.S. Stewart, b Raleigh ? 10 Coop, c Dr. -itantin, b Dr.' Tivey. . 13 O'Reilly, b Dr. Tivey .. .. ,.. .. o Glazier, c Bunstan, b- Rateigli- .. ? 20 M'Guire, b Tivey j, .. ,. .... m,\'. 3 Jlallet,. .... ..-..», ...:,. ,. -5 Ryan, b Raleigh .,...
PEACE CONFERENCE. IMPORTANT PRELIMINARY. ALLIES DISCUSS SITUATION. BOLSHEVIK MENACE. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
PEACE CONFERENCE, IMPORTANT PRELIMINAftY, AlLIES DISCUSS. SITUATION. BOLhltUMK MLNACE (Uuitoa Service.) PARIS, Wednesday; A United Service ? coi-responilCnl writes.— Monday 's conference between Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. A. .1. Balfour,M. Clcihejiceau. 'If. I'icot, Signer Orlando, Oaron fSonnino, 1'rcsidont Wilson ima^ Colonel House, with Marshal Foch as udviucr, informally, both morning and afternoon, discussed the most urgent problems upon which the joint policy must rcaeli on agreement before the various peace plans have any real foun dation. Uppermost of these is the wtuation in Russia and Poland, and it« nffeet in Germany. It is clear indeed that Bolshevism is casting its shadow, which creeps over the whole Confer ence. Trotsky's army is variously es timated at from 500,000 to 800.000. tt is is on the march westward. Auth orities differ concerning its size, but none questions its object. It aims at cstab9ishing Bolshevism ii- Germany, and then creeping further on. The format1 confe...
DARWIN DISPUTE. PRICE OF BEER A FACTOR. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
*;? 0A«W1N DliPUTE. ^RJCE X)F BEER A FACTOR/ STONBT, ?Weanegaay. '; ?;?'- A'. ?croVaed public meeting at -,'Port ', Darwin organised §. campaign. agaiiistj -the-psiy.irjent iof income tax until their-. rights '?of. cltizcqship have been.secUR:; !«'d/. tt ? was ./decided that .the: hotel f bar boyeptt, wluch _ has lipwr.,; ;|asfed. six';: weeks, shpuld !' continue^ «i)tij bptti^a beer has been; rfdjijittls ^^?-i^;to':.'x/3,Va»d'.unta.'the''.H;^et' ^(c^SripS^-is tjirown ? openi.to ?; the; iV--*Vl;&%l#. - U il. .1 mil ' !-? .;? ..??,.
AFTER-WAR BUILDING. BOOM IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
fiFT£fl-VtfAR BUILDING. .BOOM IN^JBjJiJIAND. . (Beuter;) ', '.?JjONDOS,1 WeiJncsdaSy ' An offirfal bf.tlio SLioual Government Board: stated in an interview thnt JOO^ipb iicw iipuses: arc to j)o,rrectod'by .the..-Joyernmp«t.1 There will lie no, de ?Jhy and tho sclicmp is developing splcn dldijv . '?'.????'.?. '?'' 'I-'./'.. :'?'?, '?- ': :;7The Essex; ;Couuty Council' lias ;de eidod to: ^iurcliase, 400 'acres near Cbij clicster ; jo):V' the settlement,; of 'ex-sol- flibre. -Jardeu city: ttfyruisbljiB are ,-)-uild- .'i^g:8ti'.A-^i^outiij«vyi9Se»i;^arr,r'iirid ijiajiy '.' otiiop : iefAietj': and '?? »i«-v sclxcmcs ,iah-iifp«it in.-'IiOiiflpiilarcas;'-' A ; great liniidijig -iipoin'. Aviil 'oyciituati! wlicji.de :fliobj^M^pii;%3fiM't-iipr-a«rance^ '?; V ?';.
DISTRICT NEWS. THE ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
[?] \;the-eoC1Bv The wark of re%dpHifig .thc.|ub!ife School, is no-iv wcil in Hdii4 ,b? -th^ coiitractor, Mr. \V. J. BtoOTijr who j ispects. to finish .'the job in H 'few j weeks' time. The Department, has, 1 snifer the circuiftgtaiijje'Sj d^ided that TncRock sc'fibq'l will not rirOBtri till . SicSiday.. February J, Xn4',the head. , master .(Ur. F. W. Alldis) has beci- advised lo this effect. .1 The monthly meeting of The Rock ^oxiliary Rcps«riatio!i-;oirirnittce was held in the I.OiO.F. HaU,on: Satuw diy: afternoon, Mr. A. ;N. ^H'dtcliings in the chair. ' The fd1lo\*jnfe: commit. 'iieSica'- attended: Messrs; R. llartin, $tiSsoh,' H'Guigatj. :E'. 'HusSfey, Lewis, E. -Ti Byrne, Miloe, '. Sbnn'a'rt, :. Wore, W.' Davidson, Paige, Bush, .Kendall, -iand; -B.onner. The .cas* of ti 'privkte; whose perisiori'iiaitti. *kfis rc jected-'b'y ihc.'Pctision. Departmer.r, was again discussed.and it wot. dc-- cicTc'd to request. Dr. Daxjes, of Lock'* haVt, . to give this coniraitiec: &. cer...
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION FRENCH PROPOSAL OPPOSED, PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
PROPORTIONAL EEPBEBENTA.TION FB-EXCU, PBOPQSAIi OPPpSBDi / YBcuterO^'' ?* PABIS, TVednesday. :-' The . Supreme r^Vai*.- Council :ias dis cussed the questioii of the 'numbers ; of Belegatcs each :!PowPr' should' iend to the Peato Confcreuiie. ' A-VFrenidi:pi;b; posal i)i favor -of the- iiominatioii of Axe, tlircc, .tiyo or oiiO' representative for each State;- according' to' the im portance of thB:par^«lt played in tic wai^ found a, .certain amount, of . »j)po-' sitio^. and tho Council ''eepatateiT.^vUhi out linving- rntificdr.the 'propo?aJs-i- '
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Wednesday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
~ COMMEfiClAi:. THE MARKETS. SVDNJEY. Wednesday. FORAGE. A solid inquiry ruled for chaff at tin I Alexandria sales to-day. Grain I varieties were unchanged, but a nev; I record was established, far lu'cer'no j chaff.- H*/6 'per cwt. being paid ft auction. Derrick straw Tose- 5/. 1 Potatoes were £1 dearer. Wheaten j ch'afi, prime 8/6, good 7/3i medium j 6/3. Oaten chaff, prime 8?o. Wtieaten j chaff, from Byrne, The Rock, 8/; Mut£on and Stevenson, CboTatnon, j 8/6. ,,Oats, ex Bro'sklesby, 5/. I PRODUCE. Eggs: New laid; 1/6; railwsj'S, 1/3' to 1/4; Northern Rivets,1 1/1 to r/s. FRUIT. ? . Apples, S/ to 15/; bananas, 18/ ta ab/;..cherries,-7/ to. n/; lennons. 20/, to 40/; pineappIdsV 7/ to 12/; peacheE( 2/6 to 9/; pears, 10/ to 15/.
VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
.VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK MARKET. In the Melbourne five stock msrket j on Tuesday, about 60,000 fat' stags j were entered for sale. The market j opened with dull competition, and I continued unsteady throughout, prices j showing a general 3II round decline oi ] from-a/ to 2/ per head from last j week's rate'. Quotations: Prime j crossbred wethers, from -23/ to 27/1] extra ditto, sS/ to 30'/; a few superior j pens' ditto, 32/ to 35/; good ditto, from 1 .29/6 to.3?/6, s?cor»d ditto froro 16/ to j 18/, inferior from 14/; prime cross- j bred ewes from,2o/: to. 25/, .extra ditto, j from'26/, to iS/j'a few': superior lots j ' to , 35/ io. good ? ditto f rpm 16/ ' to 19/, j second ditto from' 13/ to IS/, inferior j 'frpm 95/. 'Prime merino wethers from 21/ U- 24/, extra dittb^to W6- gppcT ditto from ir/'.to' 30/, second1 , ..'ditto.', from. 12/ to 16/, inferior from 8/, with merino ewes from. s/-. to 20A extra to 24/. About 25,000 fa*. Iambs were ^penned. Quotations: Prime sold at from 20/. to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
The Symptoms The symptomi^pf wprms are manifold, embracing not only facial Indications and I depression of (he whole system, but seribtu J Irritation and much distress In v»ry j I young children much of the irritability and I betfulnan u oft«D doe to the presence of norms. RestlMsness, fittulness, sadden ?tarto, hardness and luUnasa rf the belly, Irregular morement of the bowelj, and ?xoesvva #ecrB|Ion of enhra from tb« month ~axB inrarutAy indiealtona of tha irritstion oaund by jvorms fn fijdor 1 chQdreo flu ?sme symptoms are present, bat more dirtmotly defined, Grinding of the teefh, Tiplent movoments of ithelega »nd arms, ejid an nndift 40W °i «uini trtdoh causes frequent eBorts to awallpw. TChen awake the» is a «Hi5tarat dssOT to ptckithtf npo and acratclt the rmtotod nift. Tb* twwoli^ftro irregolar, ftuA treqnently the moTement of the womU aagiai.firiUThoca.^ltomating with costw* i)toiejyXh& bfeKjthuft moaily $ouk pod] the ?ndeoTOBd^sjjfe* whj^phmymucuj. A (Axon^on froi...
SOUTHERN RUSSIA. FORCES GATHER AGAINST BOLSHEVIKS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
SOUTHERN RUSSIA. FORCES GATHER AGAINST BOLSHEVIKS. LOKDOX, Wednesday. 'The Times' Constantinople* corres- pondent telegraphs: — The withdrawal of Austro-German troops from the Ukraine has greatly strengthened the anti-Bolshovit forces in South Russia. Genera! Krastoff put up a spleudid fight for nianv monthf, although heavily handicapped owing to' shortness of munitions. He. is- now deyeioping a powerful mili tary organisation, being supplied from the Black Sea ports. : ; . The whole region betwe.cn the Black Sea and- the .Caspian Sea will soon be anti-Bolshevik. Generals Denikin and :Kras,toff are aiming to join the Czecho-Slovaks and clear the Bol sheviks out of the 'Ukraine.
DUCHY OF LUXEMBURG. REPUBLIC DENOUNCED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
DUCHY OF LUXEMBURG. BEPUBLIC DENOUNCED. LONDON, Wednesday. ? A -niesEagc from Jjusemburg, dated Sunday last, states that the Govern Jncnt has v issued a proclamation de-' Jiouncing the revolutionary movement for a republic, anl declaring that the Government has decidoa lu scck.au economic Jilliaucc with the .Entente, especially with France and Belgium. The Ornnel Duchess lias announced tliat, if it is necessary in order to secure thei.ailianee, she. would yi-illiugly rc jiounee- the throne, ljut the Government is isbnvificed that tbe preservation of the dynasty is at present ncccssal-y for. the guara nt«c of nation aVnutonomy . The final decision as to the qucslibn of Hie' dynosty, however, will he- j-eserved to the will of the. people, legally expressed'.'
REVOLT BROKEN. FOOD SUPPLY PROMISES TROUBLE. BERNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 16 January 1919
REVOLT BEOKEN. FOOD SUPPLY PBOHISES - - - T1UJOBLE. r* (Reuter.) BKRNK, WednoEflay. Wet-sages from Berlin state that the. Siiartncu.site revolt has been broken «nd tlip military opoifitions practically £n-: ished 011 HSuuday. aftnr. which there was' only desultory firing in thetiicws]i9per' quarter. The newspapers' are.T.e-puVrj lishing. ' . ? ? ' ?':?'? ; ?!? ' The GpverinnonT'lias Issued warrants' for tlio arrest of Dr. Licb'knccht, Ilosii , 'Luxruiburg. Von Kichhorn, and Hadsk. The Jlinistcr for Wnr. Heir ^Reijihar.H, deoltirra (liar tlie military are' lipwpr^ cecding- to disarm the j)opulation,, and'., a fytstrinnt.il ? Fc-nrch'-. has begun. Owing to tho food shortages, tie future,: jipwr ever, is pivgno'iit with -.'difficulties; for tlic Government, ns thi! tton'tiiined Sup-! port from .' tin1' soldiers ainl,' civiJiflSs, largely dippiidK. oirlictta1 '»upp]lr^':.but'; it is fliithoritalivflly sta-tjUil the siiprjtflg* is likely tp become' jvoife'. : ?'?''.- v.f£'M It is reporte...