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SWIMMING. C.Y.M.S. CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

SWIMMING. C.Y.M.S. CARNIVAL. 'J he Wagga C.Y.M.S. will hold a swimming carnival 011 January jy at the rear 01 the gasworks. The pro gramme includes the championship of Wagga. club championship and handicap, open handicaps, relay race, and ladies and boys races.' Trophies are also given for fancy, neat and | long dives and greasy pole. Entries close 011 January 24 with the lion, secretary, Mr. G. Hornby. The members have been very, busy getting the site : of the carnival in order and shifting the sand. The springboard erected by the society some time ago at consid erable trouble is a decided acquisition lo swimmers and it has now been im proved by an additional platform, making it more rigid.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS AND WHARF WORK. DELEGATE TO LONDON. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

SOLDIERS AND WHARF, WORK. i . ' ' ? ?' ? V , I ? ? ? 1 DELEGATE TO LONDON. SYDNEY. 1'rjday. / Hie Returned Soldiers. and.'Sailors' Ship and 'Wharf Laborers' Union. ; is sending a delegate to London/; ?. On ' bis arrival tljere he will -address the ! Australian solditrs in connection with i Commonwealth industrial : matter.-.. .'! The delegate will be entrusted with a message of. assurance as to the good feeling existing between .employer? and returned soldiers and sailo'rs. v It is understood the 'delegate u'iM.' be Lieut. E. !H ., Moss, wiio lias : had considerable experience nr- industrial'1 matters. ' ;. A- '.'/V ?: J

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE IN MELBOURNE. HOADLEY'S FACTORY DESTROYED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

FIRE IN MELBOURNE. HOADLEY'S FACTORY .'./ DESTROYED MLLLOLRNL, 3 r dav : iite .premises of Hoadleys. Ltd., Hie w.ell-iviiow 11 chocolate manufacturers Ml South Mt!bounu;.' w'4're. jL'pin^letthj,; dpstrpytd by iire.rtijs'inom'uifc!1 ' The? Uuz,e(»v«is one of; -lie.fliog,bspcctaculai.-.: c»», , Afnll „ ^ „ s„ ' ? ?- ' '''Vf and within a .quarter :ofsairfl!our-'©fr- the. discovery pf -lhc«jUtbi'eaU:.ajJ^pt's or,saving tlj.e building, Ilic Defence Department 'and Vic 1 floua jHarrackSi' tvhicii.iuu^ .located'-oaJ lh t fOppoMte , -side of. the road- wcx-i;^ tjircatencd bj ihowprs r-*f s»arlf-s but! the bngade issibtcd iiy altered: the .JoUtlireak- Jii 'thiai' Tlie building and coiiteuu. View i-e dWiied fo .a.Jieap ^f.fiiiouldeWii^^feliij-Jfi ' ^n4 fie damage is Pinnated rfa , £40000 and £wfioo OnAlie ^ulliern Mdt. of M o idltj '« tfaBifl^ walK allotted 4,hi t) mves ^10 ^at^ll 1 liipd -- inotoi bptlj binding wlipre $3 ws, 'valued dt £500 ^tTb VjCie stored Ine^i tts £ aVi MS® ? ? ^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF NOTES. TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

TURF NOTES. ? ?--' III |i TOPlfcS OF THE DAY. (From Our Melbourne Correspondent.) ' . . . 1 . ? 'Will- the. entries for the ing aut umn fi litdieaps ijclorc us, there will be, now plenty of .food ior't-cfiectioii 'l ilic .next, few weeks. It/looks as if Dr. Lang/ iii iramiug his figures,. will Ihave ;to begin oiva.r-aincr 'IK' »-?-?'? /in tlic Xevvinarket . Handicap, as thci e is a'1 number .of. brilliant Sprinters en; gagedv 'Most people expect to set Magpie Awarded top .weight, but lie is not likciy to be asked to cono.cdc inucli poundage t-3 candidates like Ke bus, llaiaraiig, Ccjignc, Wedge, Sir Ibex and .oili'ers.. In the case oi Sir the handiciiDUcr iiiay take- inlo consideration that the 1 arculta-brcd 1 chestnut mostly gained his vcpit.ta-j lioil -11 moderate company. His sec ond under the big load'.in Hie blandish Handicap cannot, of course, be _ i«- ; noted, but tlic form in the New Year sprint at Flcmiugton is not now ^con sidered -of the highest class, \\ edge was among ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCKHART. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

LOCKHART. At Milbrulong on Thursday last a parsing- motor car frightened' a tcaiu ' / of horscsi in charge of Mr. Perriman, iarnier, of l»rcK)kdale. ,The hprScs bolted and the waggon coHidcd witH '?.- a tree. Mr. Perriinan was thrown. ? - -t out and is now an hospital suncrintj ..w-. ' from concussion of the' brain' and ? othci' injuries. One liorsc was killed and the waggon was damaged. ' ' ' At. the last meeting 'of the, Sliire! : Council it- wasr-Jecided to increase t|i^ rate lo ijy'd..' 'which, will provide.. .' £2000. apart lV.om julmiiiiSifatiVc workt, . .. . , , .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. METHUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 18 January 1919

I DISTRICT. NEWS— - ???V.., : v METH'feii; v.-:/; ? ; ,.;,i : - A;Vel«iiii^'libine, iijfnuuot?. atfl pre- _..v sentatipu/to, .Sergt; W. B. H.lliliara w^V licid in 3lie M.etltul Mii«u AVediiosilaj:^. even iii{f, ' Ja null ry S, aiid^rpywl:^ M£ ,V; the inost .suecessful and. eiitlHipiat-tic , ? fuil.et'iqtis. ever'', held- ill thi' ,:.C. Sorgt. Hubb'pnr vyJBs -one. ot: i:n*-..iusi . . .. : (. lb ul bovs' to' .a.iisW.r' the laigli' C^h; be eniisted iii 311^4, and fruilcd ? lltie end of Dei-ember of tlnil year. He . . : proeeede'd to Kgypt. ttence to ,-iulv . . , lipoli, where he served five or . six. . ; . mouths iu the treiielies aud mw- Somq ' . sliejuioiis liniOHj %ouifc na^ro^ r v PKcnpi'«; After tlir cviH-nalioii «f O'al-.. - . Jipoll he nv:is talt n lo-12»^a«d ?o}iw , . . . dut-y, H'hifru hL' w:x* ,l,;l;tinLMj -M,nie -c011''' ? htdornltly tinu', iu j-pite of his many a]i])oa^ to ^ iuv«y tu Krauw, and ?0)11:0 ' ay a in join voimados iu. t)iv. -:_t trcju-hcs. After u-iu'iitcd altru...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBBERY IN SYDNEY. £160 WORTH STOLEN. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

ROBBERY IN S^pHEIf. .iw-;.prp,BTtf STOii^. ? Sl'DKES') Saturday. . Tie rcsidwicc ol^CyrU livajis,.jit -3ei|i- teuniar Park-' w''! .^tere4.'*-»l^'':j% inorniug and jewellery andliioncy of the total value of .£150 ivcpi 'Stpibn.' * ;^j« entraiicc was gamcii by'-.ajdtflpr whi'cj) had Wen Ipft open. ., r .'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISHAP AT LEICHHARDT. CART FALLS INTO CANAL. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

MISHAP At CART FALLS INTO CAMAJ«. S V DNEY, Saturday . . A cart containing thrio pfcoplE ffill into the liwehhiirdt C'ahai ltiis nfter lioon ou-iug fo tiic:hor£fcs':6tuml4itig. Orer tlie- top - Of this .concrete .e^banhmcifc. Tlic occupants AvcrO-quickiy-restllCd^nd reirioved to' the litepW; UW^ono -weie scriotiNly injured, -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

[?] is ,* ;! ; : -f. There .ore uiany reasons why : ^oui'sliouhl take ^e^ier'Sgg^'A . Kyrupif yoa suffcr from stomach ?? I -Ipr livcr troubles, lint llic best : :? ; Reason of all is that according to ;. y the cxptricncc of Icns of ttiou- 1 i 5' fim ds of f oirlicie;r sufferers .sLoinach J i ,4 -irid liver troiililcs aire iint likcljf I ^ irpnbic' if you give this j ? .Mvqrld'fatnous rcmtdy a' fair ? ; ? '^Miance XO restore ybur Momaeh , . : jaiid liver to uorfual and healthy i - ''activity.-'. ; . - ' . . '' 1, Mother SejeH'sSyruppossessei ^ '- in aTemarkable degree tbepowcr_ ^ y i of loning.and slrcnsthening the~ 1 tVonueliandrtgulatingthcaetioit ?- ' of the liver and bowels. That is . ; the secret of its world-wide sue. i cess. It costs little, but it saves much pain and discomfort, l'ufc it to li'.c tcit. T1jr«ew2?*i7ftc8nlainr.r';rfe tint? a* mueh^*»-|helnai si&t'ftojtTat ll.virer ? MOTHER ^ Straight Talk/ TO THE 5KIN SUFFERER. J^fiorasel' ? Ointfti'eat'is a preparation...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE BIG UNION. COST OF ADMINISTRATION. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

[?] ? con or ? At iu final sittings yestpruay, uie-upg Big cost 'of. ad^niet rating ;,the!.^|sj^Si One Big Tho coufcrcncc. carried -i r8fo))liioii Ih^l . all unions/ iiai)ii-r.: parti^Wd^iattUjfl. 1 orgam»tion? iprpugnwi thclr'huT;^Tuen' SrOie ffispa^l^f 'fte New' South Wales &ljor ''CouV^ ihc purpose .ot publislied tion and demand tor the' rejfcase bf'%B , I.W.W. men oir tho ,grounUs;5tli5at'-rtieT . lie re!' rcceiveiln fair trial. ?''n'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARIS PAPERS CENSORED. SATURDAY'S OPENING CEREMONY. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

PARIS PAPERS CENSORED. j SATURDAY'S OPENING i CEREMONY. | PARIS, Saturday, j Owing to a British complaint 011 Wednesday of indiscretions on the part of the French press, M.' Clemen- ( eeau, Prime Minister of i-rancc-, ; undertook to prevent the publication j in France of any news concerning the Conferehcc, except the communiques. The result was a scries of ugly blanks in yesterday's newspapers, which show that the censors have been chis elling at them, including M. Clemen ceau's own journal, 'L'Homme Libre.' The council convened a meeting of all the allied coTrcspond- ' cnts and requested them to formulate a publicity scheme. Several journals and members of the Chamber, of Deputies attack M. Clemenceau for not securing separate representation for the French; colo i-opi-t.awj -HBWiu. J la probably, merely malicious,,; , To-day's formal opening will he attended by gri/at cercrtiony. if. Poincare, President ot-France, . will arrive at 2.30 p.m. and receive the delegates in alphabetical...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

.VLBLRV WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. The Alburv brokers (Vouiigliuhband. Bow and Co. Pty Ltd., Dalgcty and Co. Ltd., and the Southern Riverina J'ariu ers ' Co-operative Association Ltd.) re port the completion of Ihc third series of wool appraisements for this season, when tliey disposed of catalogues to talling 7000 bales. Following are some of the principal priccs .--ccurcd, viz.: — Tiverton, 27d.. 25Jd., 25 Id., -lid. WiUow Park, 20jd., EoSd!; 23-Jd, 23d.,. 22Jd. £Cm7WW, 23|d., -lid., 23fd. CAJ/Walla Walla, 25jd., iid., 'J4d., S3 3d.,'' 23Sd., 23d. CEM/R, 2oJd., I'lid. EGTV/Sunnysidc, 25}d.. -ojd.. LSd. Wandara, 2{jjd., 22d.; 22id. JM/X, 23Jd. WO/Hill and Dale, 25d. 1* (iu triangle), 21Jd., £4id. / Bros./Freeliug, E'tjd-. 22ld., '£d. Walsh/Tallaugatta, 2Hd„ 23id, OVD, 24R, 22id. Uyanyah, 24d., £3d^ 22id. IVIV/T croug Creel;, £3£d. O (ju. circle)/Ebdeu, 235'd. FC/Corralyu, SSJd., 23d. ?HI/B, 23$d., 22fd. . WSN, 23Jd. CM/Avoridalc, iojd., 2o*dl,, 23d, Quartz BiUs/GB. 23Jd., 23id., 22ju. . G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LLOYD GEORGE'S ADVOCACY. BRILLIANT PLEA FOR BRITAIN PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

LLOYD GEORGES ADVOCACY, j ? I BRILLIANT PLEA TOR BRITAIN | TAR1S, Saturday. ! A United Service cOrrespondeut writcsf — So far the main decision of the confcrencc has proved of Jreat im portance to the British dominions, so far-reaching, indeed, that tlie effect cannot be judged until the years roll by. As 1 confidently forecasted, the 1 Conference agreed to .admit the Dominion? as separate and independ ent nations. It was only after a long and. keen debate. Reconstruct ing it from very reliable sources, I can say that Mr, Lloyd George fought the, British case brilliantly. France proposed a plan whereby (small nations would be' divided , into three classes, the largest including Belgium, with three delegates. Britain urged- a reduction on the ground that a large nutiiber of 'delegates would' mean prolonged debates and difficulty in coming to decisions at a time when settled peace was the whole worldls urgent need rind 'passionate desire.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONOMA RELEASED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

S0NOMA RELEASED. : ?^jSJHJNEir. Saturdav. The- utail- «'teim^t^^ibina was re leased - from''titaft(^iNic this! aftc: iioo'ii. ?

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PROPORTION OF DELEGATES. OPPOSITION BY WILSON. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

PROPORTION OF DELEGATES. OPPOSITION BY WILSON. PARIS. Saturday. In the discussion at tlic' Peace Con ference on the question, of the repre sentation of the Dominions, Mr. Lloyd George, the Prime Minister, pointed out that the principal basis of representation should be the actual war efforts, and that some ratio should be observed. Britain men lodged a claim for the full rcprc sntation of cacli Dominion, as well as India, and tiie native States. The Americans, in a friendly, but most stubborn manner, unremittingly opposed this, and the argument was prolonged. President Wilson declar ed that it would be a great pity to fill the Council Chamber. Me objected to the British Empire having so many delegates, claiming that this would lead to the complete domination of the Conference. When the Confer ence adjourned on Monday night the question was delicately poised, hut on Tuesday a full agreement was j reached, though America did not withdraw her resistance.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

[?] Bi^sh] ^^i'lVhich iis^scd'fdr^drmktng ppr^j ;iwfek- ~'5iTotth] will fatfc |he': --!^he'fe*:ligy^. bWti .;soinie.;fiieverc ^ Mffe/.isX-jttpt iKram' hnrigS5^ter fr0tnrGriffith,7 / .. ????*£ ' The ; {orfeatloni^oT a Fire Brigade' is bcin'g tiken up with enthusiasm. A ?strong^coinmittcc has been jformed, and a fiocd^mbnctary response niad^. Mys^rs^ '(jjOwT.ind'nowiJiayc pur^: cljaaed lroni Jylr.' iJicker thc ball owiT1 ,ed.' iiy' him;. -^Ilie.'ptirtjIitLsers intend; ?to use it as a 'grain abd. producc shed. There iiow tieing iio -hall for public «nt crtalnirnch ts, Ht -is Jiojied tliat otir fOlk wiU gct a move on for' a local hall. . ' ' ' ; , The : iievv-! Methodist Church will' he ; opetierl on' Siin'day, January 19,' aTter-j noon and evening. A conccrt will-, be held, in the* old'.buildiug op Satur-i day. Thc Vorms and piano of tlicj trustees of the ScJibcil 'oF Arts will be: loeated in the new church for' the; time. ' ! The total delivery of. wheat atj Garoolgan Siding is 12, 'g...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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DOMINIONS' RECOGNITION. SATISFACTION OF DELEGATES LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

DOMINIONS' RECOGNITION. SATISFACTION OF DELEGATES (Published in the ' Times. '1 - ' IiONDON, Saturdav. Telegraphing from Paris, the cor respondent of 'The Times' says: — ' Dominion delegates are delighted with the decision of the Conference yesterday regarding their representa tion. They specially warmly apprcci- 1 ate Mr. . Lloyd'- George's advocacy of j their claims . .and' scj in the arrange ment the 'creation of, a precedent iii Imperial affairs ' which is hound to lead to . further developments. . Ope Dominion representative 111 an interview said:— ?? 'The Spommibns; have now received recognition.' Apparently there is no doubt tliat. thc ijeace. Conference will Jiave to be followed l^y an extremely , importantlmperialConfercnce, at whicjt^ 'i the internal , relations of - : the Empire. must, be overhauled. .understood; ]th^ the-.Doininion representatives, will attend the general ^onfer^'hee' ' ^-heneyer the smaller Allii&'ire'fnvitedto^^^ Thus Uie J)oRiinions will he pl...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Saturday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

COMMERCIAL. | THE MARKETS. SYDKlii-*, fioliirday, 7 FORAGE. / j\oi cuicji Dusincs& -^vu^ iransucieu ai Alexandria this nibniing. Most con tigments offered were passed in for re sale. Whcatcn chaff- sold at 8/5 per cwt,. Whilc oatcu iiiadc to 8/-J. Wheat-', cn chaff from. Logan, Matong. S/2; 05. Gan main, '8/2: ex 'VVagga. 8/6; ex lJail dalc, f/7: jjyitip, The 'Hock, S/4, S/2.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VITAL DISCUSSIONS. PEACE CONFERENCE DELEGATES BUSY. REPRESENTATION AND PUBLICITY. FRENCH AND AMERICAN VIEWS DIFFER. MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S BRILLIANT ADVOCACY. GREAT CONFERENCE. PANEL SYSTEM ADOPTED. REPRESENTATION OF THE DOMINION'S ASSURED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

YITAL DISCUSSIONS. - PEACE CONFERENCE DELEGATES BUSY. FRENCH AND AMERICAN VIEWS DIFFER. MR. LLOYO GEORGE'S BRILLIANT ADVOCACY. GREAT CONFERENCE. PANEL SYSTEM ADOPTED. REPRESENTATION OF THE DOMINIONS ASSURED. .(Beuter.) LONDON, Saturday. A communique from Pans states: Hitherto it has been the practicc for the Governments participating in the preliminary peace conversations to issue separate communiques regard ing the proceedings.- From to-day it Ji 3s be^n. decided to issue a joint com inunique of which the following is the Engjish text, adopted by the British and American delegations: — The President of the United States and the Prime Minister and Foreign j Ministers of the Allied . Powers, as- j sisted by the Japanese ? Ambassadors j in Paris and London, held two meei mgs to-day, lasting for four and a half hours, during which .the ex amination of the rules oi the Confer ence was- continued and' almost com pleted. It was. decided; among other tilings., that the following should be ...

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FRENCH STEAMER MINED. HEAVY DEATH-ROLL. ROME, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

FRENCH STEAMER MINED, j ,, HEAVY DBATH-BOLL, , (Renter;) ' ' J BOME, Saturday, j The French steamer Chttproi, carry ing 650 ^reck; (Serbian, and Russian jias- . sengers froin Marseilles, ^*as mined : off. Messina; /and sank in 4 minuies, It .isr feared 500 'were dion'nod,- ' The Brl.Hshl rtei^r 'O-pbheBtcine' «*«iied;.

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