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CABINET FORECASTS. LABORITES UNLIKELY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
: CABINET ?? FORE0A8TS. . ' LABOHITES UXLlKEtT.;' ' . CUuitcd Service.) . , ..,, .3 LONDON, Wednesday. ' Tire- 'Tiurcs,' iu 611 cdHoiikl,'Bays thafSdministrativfi-exjicrts- ;-«H- be needed for every post, preferably young iMMV.i£..ayailaljlc; ' ; ' ? \.'r ?-. 'The. 'E?pres6',!.says |iiat according to authorities in close touch . with the Prime -Minister- the Cabinet williWludo Mr. K'nlay as- ChancclUHyMr, -Austin Cliambcrlaiii ' as . Jjixcbequer if- -Mr. Bonav JjavyctircB^Mr.^WmBtQHOUurch ill will be Minister 'for War, Mr, ATaltcr Lo.ugji Spejeta-ry for-^hje CoVjuws, Mr, HobcVts, 'Minister foVXabbv aud Mr. Barnes in charge of Pensions. Sir Ed ward;, £a;rsou.; is uieutioiuid for the _id miralty. ? Tho 'Daily' News' lobbyist says it is ; unlikely,; that Laboritos will bo re presented in the CJjibiuct, as tlie party aims to become thoOpposition. » ^TJie^'tFimes'?, i.\arliauii.'i!lary corres .pondciit ,saj;s-that ihs. Prime jMinister will reeojistrupt the..-jabHiet,-Mi:4i few : days' in...
SINN FEINERS' VICTORY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
SINN FEINERS' VICTOEY. - LOKDON. Wednesday. The 'Times' Dublin correspondent reports that the Sinn Fciucre admit that the magnitude of their ? victory is cinbarrassiug-aud im))oses undivided rc Eponsibilitv. . ? .-?? Tu'cJuiajorit^' Of- ihoVe 'cltctett- are vouthful and obscure aud inexperi enced in affairs, including shop assist ants-, 'sblicitorb. clerks, ; doctors, journal ists, lecturers and league organisers. The party will shortly appoint delegates to lh'e'i'cace' Conference, thinking this will precipitate' ' matters, anfi' ' force i'lcsidc'nt Wilson ss hand. It' is sjtaled if tho Government refiises \q irclcaEc ))risouc;s u, cbunto'w'df strikp ..xvjli fol low. - djflocatiiig a'1 iu»ustrics. . It. re mains to ;bo::»een. whether the .farmers will tolerate the use of this, weapon,- \ :Count IMunkett.has-iccti;,set free, and other- Sinn Feincrsare.toibc r re- leased immediately. 1 -.;..'?''
GOULBURN RACES. GOULBURN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
GOULBURN RACES. GOULBURN, Wednesday. The Goulburn .Racing- Club's meet ing to-day was well attended and was ? favored with, fine weather. . Results: FLYING HANDICAP. 0 furlongs. Hildafare, 7.7 ? 1 , Last Tnimpet, 7.0 ? 2. Stitchwork, 7.12 ......... r. ... ,. 3 Betting: Even money Stitchwork, 5 to 1 the winner. Time, 1.17. ... : MAIDEN HANDICAP. 5 furlongs. Gentle Airs, 8.2 ? ,. 1 Hope, 7.10 .. .. »- .. .. ..... ?.. 2 Arable, 8.0 ? ? ?? ?? ?? ??'?'? 3 Betting: 3*01 the winner, 4£ to 4 Old' Iron. Time, 1 mm. 6 4-5 sees. JANUARY HANblCAP. 1 mile 200. yards'. , Stitchwwk, 7.10. ? ^. .. .... 1 Silverthread, 7.12 ..... ? ? 2 Gold Coat, 7.12 ? .. .. .. 3 Betting: 6 to 4 oh Silverthread, 3 to 1 agst Stitchwork. ' ? * Time, I.55J5. . ! j1 ! :pJJf NOVICE HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. Redeemer Jack, 7.7 ? ?? 1 ' Wobdihouselee, 8.0 .. .. ... 1.. . r - Miss Dot, 7-5 ? ??? 3'' The v'inner was. favorite at even I money. j Time, 1 min. 17 i-S sec. « j FIXAL HANDICAP. 7 furlongs. I Last Trumpet, 7.7 ? ». .....
ADELONG RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
ADELONG RAGES. The New Tear meeting of the Adte long^ Jockey Olub opened yesterday in hot weather Bcsnlts1 — ? OPENING HANDICAP. 5 furlongs.' Cool Boy, 8.4 -Hood)'.. .. .. .... 1 Bernanto, 7.5 .. .. . . ...... ..2 Kyennie, 8.0 -.. ? „ 3 Betting: 5 to 4 on Kyennie, 2 to 1 Cool Boy. Time, 1.7 1-Sth. ADELONO HANDICAP. 1 mUe. ? BreaBlnork, 70 (Grace) .. .. -. .'.-1 Bignold, .7.5 .. .* ?'.. .. ....... 2 Pitzinack, 7.8 ? 3 Betting: Evens Chicker, 4 to 1 Breast, work. Time, ,1.48. PDBST TBIAIi.. 6 fnrlongs. Nigger Brown, 8.2 (AUat) ...... 1 Hcathernmorn, 9.0 .. .. .. ?..-.. 2 Poselld, 7.0 ., ., ,k ? 3 Betting: 5 to 4 on Heathermorn, 2 to 1 Nigger Brown. Time, 3..B2 4^5th. BUSINESS PEOPLE'S PUBSE. 0 fur. Deltroit, 812 XHood) .. .... .. 1 Argopan, 7C .. 1 ? 2 Only two starter? Bottmg: 10 to 1 on Deltroit. Time, 122 1-Glh. ? ' HIGHTCBrqiHT HANDICAP. 7 furs; Beraantb, 710 XPerkms) ..... ... '1 floldffoy, S.7 ? 2 Brststitcli, 86 ? t .... .. 3 Betting; 6 to 4 on Pirgtstitch, 2 to 1 Tune, 1 36.
BRITISH POLITICS. COMPOSITION OF LABOR SECTION. SOLID REPRESENTATION OF MINERS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
5RITISH POLfflCS.; COWPOSITJON JQP . --t^^I ; . -$ECTldNp:'i^^fi ? .' . ' '? .' ' -V-:^. ??^C0!flA 60WD HEPKEBJJKTATl6l^0i^'l !, : .- ' ' '. ? M1NBBS.; '-;.^.vV^-.;.-.? ,' ' ? ' ' _! ? ^.'' ' ' -'-'Sv'a:'a ' ' ' ''.' ???'-?''.'?'-# (Beuter.) ?' ' 'J'M'^S- ? ?' Lo'lCDOK, Wedneswy?;?' A feature of the . L'abor .returns;!*; ?: Parliament is the extinction*1 .of-itne':;' Socialists, iOf whom there atr'e^J pfi)y''[ three, compai-cd with S3 trade unionists,;: includiilg.2i miners. ;The othorsicolu- 'i priso 3 'Co'-operatbfs/ l'S~ -Joalitip^6fe,'' S' National Democrat's, a'ud Mr .' flayc-. ? Ipch Wilson, of the ,Scamc')is'X3nibn;;% Apart from., the. miuore, who saved, the Ijabor position, not a suigle trade umpn is largely represented. There are five representatives- of nnskillcd : \v6rkeiK'_ . unions, four representatives of tUc transport unions, four of the. engineer ing aud shipbuilding, three of the «pt- ? ton operatives, aiid' one laiUyay man, namely ilr. J. H. Thomas. All braiu worke...
TATTERSALL'S RACES. WEDDING DAY WINS CUP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
OTi|wpWEs; wEbi-ntte day vi^iNs cup. C/J SyDNEY.AVednesday. Tattcrsnll's Club ran off its sccouri day's Cup meeting »rogrammc in line, n-a'rm^' weather to-day. There was 11' good attendance. Results: — JCOVICE HANDJICA-r. G telonps. Rouvray, 7.30, inc, albs, over (K O. ?.-?Gray). ? *????? ? 1 Native Belle, all. rlbsJ, car. 7-3 -.'? . Payne) .. .. ? ? „....-. - First Rain, all. ?lbs,, car. 6.7 (E. Kelly) ? ? ?..?3 Other starters: Kilmaine 9.0, Lucky Dip 'S.S. Legal -Biue'8.6, Tapioca S.fi, Peptase, 8.2, Bob'anut 8.0, My Bobby S.o, Willow Grove 7-i2- 'Sirifield 7.U. Jack Paddington 7.10, Jennie B. 7.8, Slanway 7.5, Rueposc 7.5, Belinda 7-Si Carolling 7.4, Red Gold 7.2, All Silk 7.0. ? Betting :/2 to 1 Native Belle, 5 to I Kilmaine, 7 to 1 Willow' Grove, 10 to 1 Legal Blue or Pcptasc, 12 to I Rouv ray or Jennie B., 14 to 1 First 'Rain.. 20 lo 30 to 1 others. As the field jumped nway, Tapioca, Native. Belle and L«gal BIjic were first oiY. When they settled down Native Belie jnsi led Jac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
ADVERTISERS, 3PLEASE NOTE! A GREAT INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION ??-?. ?DEI,.-'-' ? . '?„ .:': The DaUy Advertiser ddttfflaeiiced oil the * t-J^klEAtl6N 05* .WAR. NEWS-AOENTS IN EVERY fOWSW ETPE&INA ABE DAILY INCBHASIISfG T&EE& SfflPLIES. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING W TIME- FOE EXPRESS A2?D MAIL TRAINS. ....... BECOME A PERMANENT SUBSC^IBEB Jfhrough Y'oup News-Agent, If you are an Advertiser, and wig ii to know al»6Ut its Circulation, Ask Commercial Travellers, !Ask &U News-agents, Ask Stock and Station Agents, Ask the Post Office. Call at the 'Daily Advertiser' Office and .see the 'Madhin'ery at work, which enables us to give The LATEST CABLE and TELEGRAPHIC NEWS EVERY MOANING. The District News is from the Most Reliable Correspondents. ^ ; Wool, Wheat, Sheep, Cattle, Sprees, Pajduc^ and Fruit Prices—Current Wires Received Byery Day. PRICE— Id. $er Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. * To be obtained from all J^ews-agentsk Every Town inEiverina. Id. PER COPY, ADVERTKEi...
V.R.C, NEW YEAR MEETING. HEADWIND TAKES STANDISH. STAR COMEDIAN WINS BAGOT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
V.R.C, NEW YEAR MEETING. HEADWIND TAKES 8TANDISH. STAR COS1RDTAX WINS BAfiOT. MrLBOIJENE. Wnlnosdny. Tiic V.H.C. Xcw Tenr innpting -was ran nt Flem-ingtcm 1o-il»r. Besults:— nUPDI.E EA.0K. 2 miles. Thalclas, U.H (Baird) .. ?.. .. ... ...? 1 iliss Boslyn, 10.11 (ScoVic) ? 2 Sliaaow Dancer, 21.7 (Cairn?) .... 3 Betting: fl to i Shndnw Dancer, 5 to 1 JHosyth or Tlialetas, 9 to 1 Miss Boslyn. ?; Thalctas and Shadow Dancer were iflrst over the last hurdle, nnd in the ?rtin 3iomc Thalctas wnn onsily \-y fiva ilonglhs. Time, 3.45]. .?STAKpiSH KA'NTUC'AP. « --nrlMifff. Headwind, S.13 (I'ouWiain) ? ..- 1 ;Sir Iber, 10.4 (Harrison) ? 2 Weage, 10.3 (Cairn?) .......... '- Belting: 11 to \1 aj;st Headwind, S to 1 Wedge, 15 to 1 Sir Ib-?s. ? Headwind, Duvrrney, Tragic Star and Ghirbara were fir?t away, and Headwind was Clear of the field at the distance. Stalling off Sir Ibex, Headwind won by three-quarters of a length, with half a neck between second and third. Time, ll3J. ?JANUARY STEEPLECHASE....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
? -. ? . . ~ ii Illietijnatisin, Lumbago and Sciatica. ? ? # There are three forms of Rheuma tism — Acute ^.Rheumatism, ? Chronic Rheumatism, and Muscular Rheuma tism. Acute- Rheumatism Js the in flammation ot a membrane known as . Ujo synovlal membrane, which lines the Joints, and which also- -extends to various parts of tbo body apart, from ' '; thejolate. '.'Wherever this memhrane ?;i«ftfljjag- Acpt« RhenmatiBm may. This phase. of Rheumatism is heredi tary, and is not necessarily caused 1 by^ocposnre, as ia7supposed. Chronic Rheumatism is not bo ; painful, but ' ^re'.pcrsistent, -and may' attack dil sferept parts.uiitll It finally becomes ' 'fixed In one. joint, when It istnqst difficult to rpmovo. AMuscular.Riieu- ' -. ma:tlsni'!s niore of the nature of Neu ?;. mieta.*It .fs a iduii -pain, whJclv in :.' creases Jn'BQVyjrity'.uaiU 'movement , ';. ot any sort,Js:atfehdedl)y cbnyulslve ? end .crainpllltp.piiins, .svliich ^causes .;,.. flie^patle^t to^groan or .cry aloud, find ? ' ,...
KAISER'S FRIENDS RALLY. SYCOPHANTS SEEK EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919
KAISER'S' FRIEWdS-' RALLY; SYCOPHANTS SEEK fiVlDENC5E. ''The League of TGerman men ', and women to protect William' II. s per sonal life security' has been formcfl in Berlin, and has issued an 'kppcal ' denying that its purpose is other than described in -the league V officiaV name.. It is- exhorting ? diplomats and others to furiiish:iiiforniatidn.:for a projected White \iooii exculpating; the ex- Kaiser frqm.Jhe guilt .of. .the war. Prince Henry of.. Prussia' ha--. been offered the presidency of 'the league, but declined/ , sayiiijj: 'tljat. Tlindcnburg' should be' ;'ap])oin£edv. Prince Henry, in'acceptiiig1 tihetribcr- ; ship, says he *xpccts to Ijc called tas a1 witness -on -behalf of ? his jinVpcrial brother. ? - . ? ?? - . ? ?-!?'?