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CROWN SETTLERS ON ACTIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
CROWN SETTLERS OK ACTIVE , sErvfi'cE . , ; : An additional regulation under th4 Crown Lands Cousolidatioij Act 1913 has been- gazetted.- ? It provides l'la' wliferc an application form. ». . *«? Quired to Uc signed oil i dcclafftUoil made by a Crowu settler who is absent on active service, it may be performed by a person duaiomv «», the settler. The application moat be ?accompanied by a certificate of th? Naval or Military authorities that the iiolders is absent 011 scrvice, and one by the authorises! i-crsoii that lie has.. not received .'liotiiicatiou of the re* vocation of. the authority.
TOLL OF REVOLUTION. REPRISALS BY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
TOLL OF REVOLUTION. REPIJLSAI.S BY GOVERNMENT. A Berlin wireless message,- confirming 'the arrests of Radek and- -Dr. Lieb kuecht's son, says that during the se vere fighting on S,jtiuday many of the Spartiicus strongholds were captuted, including Wolff's Bnreau, The number of killed and wounded was extraordin arily high rtnd the bloodshed: -was in creased by the Rpartaeusitcs court :mar- tialling and shooting seven Government soldiers, which necessitated reprisals.
DR. MANNIX. REPORTED DEPARTURE FROM AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
DR. MANNIX. / REPORTED DEPARTURE FROM AUSTRALIA. - - MELBOURNE, Tuesday Speaking at the annual meeting oi the Orange Lodge in: Melbourne,, Mr. .Snowball, M.L.A» Grandmaster, said Dr.: Mannix, the ? lioinan - Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne, was . leav ing, the Commonwealth, Whtn ask ed to-day whether he knew anything definiie regarding the future movc: mchis of Dr* Mannix, Mr. -Snowball replied: 'I would not have made the statement had I ' not. been' satisfied that \vas the position.'- '
QUAIL AND DUCKS. OPEN SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
QUAIL AND DUCKS. orcN seasons. ?; The open tieasons for quail, docks, -and olhcr birds were declared iii the','Go-f. erimioat Gasdtis' ' ou 'Wcdnesaar, J°nn' ary II, 1910. tjiiall. Tho open seasons' for, quail iu I lie various districts of the atatfl are as follow: — ? ' Albury, Gundagal, Karandcra, Tunmfc and Wag?a police distViets: Open February 1.4-ud clfeso on JUly 31in eatll year.. '' ? ? Baltaiiald, Bathurst, Bingara, Eourto, Brewarrina, 'Broken Bill; Borrow, Careoar, Cassilis, Cobar. Coonabarabran, Coonamblc, (Gootamuhdrs, CowtS,' Do uiiiquin, Dubbo, Porbrf. Grcnftl); Gua ucdab Hartley, Hay, Hillstoir,; XAia die, Mitchell, Moama, IJoloiig,; Mudgce, Murrjirundi, . Mflsm«Ul»rot»k and Meitoni Katrabri, ^fjnisan, -Orans^ Bylstone, Scone,- Ta'mwprth, iPeSBMft Walgctt, Warialdo. AYarren, Welling ton ? Went worth, ' Wyalong and Young police districts: Open on March 1 anil close on J»ly '31 in'«ach year. Bcrrima, Bombala, Braidxyood, Cooiua, Goulburii, Queanbevati and Yass police dis...
GERMAN ESCAPES. TRIAL AT MILITARY COURT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
GEfiMAN ESCAPEES. TBIAl AT jaUITABY COVBT. SYDNEY. ThursdflVi i The Hirue. Gcruian iutcrfloe^ Carje. feeeniau aiid sBcekor, * w^rc ?? liwuru Hie Military -J8Urt!^!A3etor.ia BarrtitV.fi to-, day. Ojii+c :iiu3 ; Seeinau -ivcie tlitt jed with -.'sea|i;ug from Darluighurtt De leutiou.Uart^clts.' -? liecjier. jn 'addition to .a. cliurgtr'bf-escajiuig from the Cou YrtHs /.rliarjred.-ivJtli T)ip«iig stolen tivo wn'gj, thq . . pro|)i!i1v ..of aijofhcr internee Beejcer'tyleadfctl ^niltv jo I'seajijug, Uul said lie -\yas - not.: .guilts-' cf theft 1 ?liflte . r.j Tne hearing of the e v 1 d encecpnelti deii lo-da- and tlie sentences: of Ihoeouif mai'tial MCie sent to the t(-ulinnllqj uuthoritv. ? ? : - i.
ROSEHILL RADES. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
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RAMSHACKLE EMPIRE. PROFLIGACY IN HUNGARY. BOLSHEVISM AT WORK. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
RAMSHACKLE EMPIRE. ...PROrLIGACY IN HUNGARY. BOLSHEVISM AT, WQJ1K. ?- . . LONDON, Thursday. . Router's Vicuna correspondent, painls a gloomy ? picture -of ^ lie situati&u in Hungarj'. He says a weak, ineempc f#nt Government, is in . power. Tn Buda pest. Red chaos exists throughout the eouutry .and ;ji soriou«- Bolshevist out breiak is inuninont. This is assisted hy the; propaganda of Hungarian war prisoners .from Russia, vlio 'supplied ;.t lie nccessary funqs. As an' examplcr jof i tho1 weakness of fCqunt .-Karolyi !s -Cab- , inet .in dealing with -.tli'is danger,, lie tncutions'it.arfcsteil-jSO Bolshevists ipne ? day -and 'released . them the. following, j Tn the lueantimo C'?echo-Slovnks, Rou. manians, Serbs and Jugo-Slavs lia ve oe eupied great portions pf llungaria. 3n some, places they have taken - possession of the . e.oalllclds, almost entirely, ...cut- ting ^ off supplies, and; bringing influs irics.to a standstill,' probalil y necessitnt mgthe -closing dqwn -of. flo...
DISTRICT NEWS. JUNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
[?] W ? ?? ? *. . - Cecil Lord and- JiCs Wayliii|;; two of Jbvet* «bm^ arriy^&tee hj* the mail : oh Wc&featfy^rni£^.- ?; TThey wcrc met 'at and a ' large number of friends. - Jfotor cSt$j nicely decoratcd, were at tlicir ' i^-sjd; and : conveyed' Ifem;. to ' Uicir I hiomSe.' Bwk L-a, the'. ho^:«i Cecil i&H,' ^vfl« Vtoy LJ-rMtily dejEor^tcflj; and ah(arty-s'de^e^'Bs^ceord6d'him'b'y his liiiaBy relations.' The first lot of poles for the electric light were erected ou Tuesday. Every thing is going on smoothly. ' ? The Mayor is to meet the Uailivay Commissioners oil Thursday niornihg in Si-dncy to arrange ft»r the si^it for the power-house. It has been ijuitc Miel here during:, the past few- days. '
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
COMMERCIAL, THE MARKETS.. SYDNEY. Thursdiy. FORAGE: Supplies of clutff irure small at AXeJt andria sales to-day. There was a. aulM' [inquiry and late rates were easily taaiutaiiicil. Prices for good luccrnr. ; hay advance d 3 / per t on . Potatoes we tc fully £3 dearer. AVhC.iten ehaff. prime 8/:i to S/!». good 7/fi to 7/10; oatMi chaff, prinie-S/ to S/S.' PRODUCfe. Bgjp: N«f-v laid 1/7 'to 1/8, railways, 1/d to'i/i. . r fruit. Applus 2/« to 12/0, bananas 10/ to 20/. cherries 7/ to J.1/, lemons 25/ to 10/, piirespplcs %/ to 1'/. ^)oarhc?'.3/S, to 8/, pcars:lfl id 15/' pet *a». 1 '** FAT STOCK. Cattle: 2100 yarded. The market was JO/ to 30/ dearer. Best boot 60/. sec ond quality 55/, inferior SO/ per 100 lbs. Bullocks £12 to £2$, cows £10 'to £20. Sheep; 12,000 penned. The inar Let was firmer'. Wethers' 17/ to 35/, ewes 13/ to 30/.
VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK MARET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 17 January 1919
VK'TOKIAX LIVE STOCK J1AIILT. 1 In I lie Melbuuruc live stock market 'on Wednesday 0 fill eattle were en tered for sale, (omprising 2153 bullocks , and S85 cows. The demand was liot I so active. Prices ruled fully 20/ per head lower than last week's improved rates. Quotations. Prime pens of tiul Wfiis £19 to £22 10/, extra £23 t« 524 10/, good £10 10/ to SIS li'/, second and goud light and handy weights 113 to £15 15/, inferior from £10, with uunietous pens of fresh rouuf hulloeks au3 nell grown steers from 'tl «)w»rds; jAiine pens of: cows £15' to . fl7, odd bcastis.'Jo £2i 15/, !?«od £12 lfa !l;il, secoud n tt/ to £11, inferior- ftoni £S.- 000-fal calyss were penned. The demand was without auuna-lion at lower rates. Best, steers and lieiters £8 to il0'l.Vy with a su perior quality yearling Shorthorn steer ait £10 10/, Vest calves £4 to £6 15/, good £2 10/ to JC3 ' i07, others' frohi IV up-' wards. ..