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BOONAH TROOPS RETURN. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

B00NAH TROOPS RETURN. ( . MELBOURNE, Saturday. ? This afternoon a further eontiugciit' of juice from the recalled transports JBopuah arrived in Melbourne. The 5 partV' eoutdstod of 150' Victorians audi 95 *troops *for Kew South' 'Wales'.' The ; men for this Estate were taken to the' 1 Base 'Finalisation'i Depot, where they ] ?net their relatives and their cases were.; dealt with. Tho remainder of the troopa loft for Sydney by train, ' An additional special- train bringing;' soldiers from the Boon ah was expected', ou Snuday. ? ' - :

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT POOL OPERATIONS. STATISTICS TO JANUARY 13. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

WHEAT POOL OPERATIONS. STATISTICS TO JANUARY 13. ' ? ? -' ? v ... ;? ?; ;? .. . . SVD^Ki'. Saturday..' ' j ' Statistics issued by Jlic AusitViiliaii WJieat Board of Its o^oratibns in the throe \vlioai ^jou1.- iu Jaiiuarv 3i», slio-y*' thai buslioJ-s ' l^ivc bo^' ljaiLdlod. The wliciit -}jipjjod a^i'e- , gated llU^L'OjUOU bushels. The ? iloiix iirnl tha baulv balauees sijrgrc^atoil - £]tMM7-' of-.wJik'Ji tlio Now South . ppi tidii ' -j ; '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHT WITH SHARK. SURFER SERIOUSLY INJURED. RETURNED SOLDIER'S PLUCKY RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

- ' FIGHT WITH SHARK. ' SUBFEB SERIOUCILY INJURED. ]niTLTi-'LD SQI.DIKH 'S PLVCliY RESCC13. At about j.oU p.m. 011 i^iday JJoug.as Alke'J, capiaiu of tic K'e\vcastlc tsutf Club. 19 years of age. was attacked by a shark in tho surf, as a result of which he lost iiis left leg. He U was standing ia about -ft. (Jin. of water at Newcastje jjrejjaring for a 'shoot,'' when someone called out the alarm, 'Shark! -r The Warning was apparcutly unheard, for Arkell and others dived into a roller. Immediately afterwards Arkell, 011 coming to tli? surface, littered a cry of pain. Tliei, tlioec'-'iiesr him wore shocked to soe that the water was hlood-staiiievl, and that a shark had hiui»l-y the le?. Without a moment 's: hesitation a re turned soldier, Harold Bay, a Military Medallist, rushed to -the rescue. JI-.' seized Arkell by the Uraist, and en deavored to drag him away from the shark, 'which is said 'to have been 10 feet -long. The struggle. between mail hud moil-., stor was exciting, when- th...

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

A CORNER. 'IN CHAFF. - - ? * -There is a growing feeling that all is not right with the' operations in the hay and chaff marliet. Whilst the de mand in the metropolitan markets, and also for direct delivery to drought cen tres in the northern and north-western districts, is exceptionally heavy, and the prices ruling higher 'than since 1902, farmers are experiencing the greatest difficulty in making contracts at satis factory priees; Eeports are coming- to hand that fanners are being approached : to put a price on their li&y in the stack. ] If, they shown disposatioii to retain the j hay and cut into chaff they are faced j with the problem of securing a chaff- 1 cutting plant. One after another the tjwners of plants reply that they are engaged .weeks ahead, sometimes months ahead. The buyer later returns to the farmer and presses for a sale, quoting 3 price below -the market, and pointing put thai the fanner Will be unable to procure a cutter until the high prices pass away. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATIENT'S CONDITION IMPROVING. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

PATIENT'S CONDITION :.. BapEOVOTO. ? ' - j Si'DKl^i', tSaturday. j tivo doctors wore in attendauco when Arkell' had his leg amputated yesterday, in. addition Arkell had large _gaslies 011 hii 344fd« lliroughiSfcriking the shark in. tho'iii6utli: 'when attacked. His condi. tioii Is iiu^i»vi|ug;.:'

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

SWIMMING CABNIVAL. The fall programme of the C.Y.AI.S. swimming carnival on Anniversary Dav is published in another column. It is an attractive one and in 'view of the incentive recently given to this health ful exercise in Wagga, should draw an exceptionally large gathering. Entries . elose with Mr. G. Hornby on Friday next, and oii -Saturday the handicaps *vill be .aidvertised.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VINE-GROWING FOR SOLDIERS. PROPOSAL IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

VINE-GPOWING FOR Bootes. PROPOSAL IN VICTORIA. ; , M HI.iiOl'KN 1'^, Saturday, j Xlr. Howser, thxi Sccrciarv pf A ictoria, said to-da.v 110 more genuine soil cine for the settlement of return ed soldiers 011 thc^land had been put' fpnvard than that submitted to Mr. Clarke, . Minister for Lands, on Thursday. ? It scenicil to him that the proposition was one that should be taken up. ? S'jiiakiiig tjf the advantage^ Mr: Bowker said liiat ? a guarantee of the purchase 01' grapes at £7 a ton for: lo years wa^', given by the large ' vigiidroiis. i As Mr. M'l ver. chairiuan 1 ?9f Mio Closer ScttJc.nicnt -Board, Iiitd stated, about 3000 acres would lie re -4i'ire-1 Io eiiaiile =0 men lo use Oo Hpcrfcs ' cacli lucres ^h'cli iiij'; reserve ,/|or-v''-Vuw^rd,'; ..extensions, wijd'liavc $0 acre? tach /or i-:rs wjHi'Ai-OrS-^w)^)oir -viiicS Were 'J'Jie - oi)jcctioiiV'fg{(i/ ' teiiiperaiici: Uoclict. Mr. 'Tipivser held, were un warirailt,i:il.: .. yjgncrojis' in the north ^^eru-dutH(H-#crc all mcii...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBSTRUCTION TO WATER SUPPLY. DEAD DOG IN WATER MAIN. EXCITEMENT IN BAYLIS-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

OBSTRUCTION TO WATER SUPPLY . DEAD DOa IK WATER' 'MAIN. RXCITEMRXT IX B'AVLI S-STBEET. A11 obstfuction in the . Wa-gga . water ; scrvice was reported to the waterworks engineer, Mr.' F.: - Bohinson , i'by Mr, - G. -'Hudson, fruiterer and. noft - drinks vendor, b£ Bdyiis-street,«t 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, 'and Mr. '.T. Silver, oyster saloon proprietor. Baylis- street, also reported au obstiTiction to his supply. Both are served by a J-ineh pipe, from the lOiu. main. The engineer lost 110 time iu sending three of the council's men to investigate, and they found Mr. D'Hudson's service pipo completely, inoperative. There being 'a great demand for water at that par ticular time, and later, in the day the demand being certain, to increase, it was decided to leave, further investigations and action, which would necessitate the temporarily cutting off of the whole town supply, till Sunday morning, when the need for water would not be so im perative. Accordingly, yesterday morning th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' BADGES. ARMISTICE DESIGNS ISSUED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

[?] jARMIfJiCE Ol»iGN§ ISSUE!?, j ?*4 ' ? MELBOGRN E;''Salurday. Details of the arrantjemcnts Issue of badges to Australian %mpcnx\t t'orce recruits who were not sent abroad owing to the signing of v'tUe armistice appear in Commonweal ill Military Orders issued to-daj'/: :1?. , t.. -An arm badffc showiug (lie b'uc Commonwealth design 011 . khaki will , be issued to cacli mail, .to be worn, wiih uniform, and a White . intta]' badge for use v/ i 1 1 1 civilian clothes. These badges will be issued to; all: A. 1.1''. rceruit? who were in camp ill Australia 011 November 11 -or had actually enlisted, but had not Irtcn Called to he camp, also to those iilcm-; bers of ihc Royal Australian jGarHson Artillery who enlisted -in -the unit for; training as reinforcements for the. Sicire Artillery Brigade. A.I.1*.. . and-' who' actually volunteered fol' service in the A.I.'F. ' ?' The District Headquarters in tacil State will distribute the badges upon' the recruits producing their discharge ? cer...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. WAGGA BRANCH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

AUSTRALIAN/ LABOR PARTY. WAOOA BBANCI* ATONAL MEETINO. : - -rhe-'. '? annual- meeting of -the Waggn Branch of the A'L-P. was hold, in the School off Ai tB on Saturday evening. .A large iiumbcr of members w-ere present and, the annual- report stated: - that ?.it' lad; been a successful year as regards membership and finance. The balance sheet showed tho receipts to he £138 jC/i and expenditure £5i 18/3, leaving ncredit balance off S3. 13/. Jhe cleejion of officers resulted as Ipliows:— Preiadent, Mr. T, Byajij vice .prpsidents, Messrs.' Brentnali and R i(0e.ke, Mrs. -M'Crflcken, a£id j&l[rs. Afldi- ? son; treasurer, ^XTr. J.' P. 0 'Ecgnn ; sec-,; }-etary, , M r, J. IVttct: aesisiant secre iaries,- .Messrs. A. Anderson and G .' I.jfernfc.r; '.auditqi^,; .Messrs. Jjockeajid Deieg^tesib r.oiif crenci1.. — Mr, ITKly.hitc wa's'ii'6iii5ii6tcd as.deleghte io. .^Sptifbrf |ice ; olid Mr, B. Perrv alternate'; ^?^ate.-STho^ifi»nifdc^Bjbu rests witli Sjifi'. ^V ag-ga : ^Sita t p v ljjcii...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. LEETON CANNING FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

ITEMS OF NEWS. . ZJ3ETOK OAmnNO- PAOZOKY. 3 11 Wgiud to the enijiloynionl ..of women nnd .girls tor pitting fruit at the J.eeton rflniiing' faetory the- TVagga j X'abor-.Bmeau lias repelved the follow ing lotter froin 'Jlr. W'. R. .lolnipon. the niniidger: : ' The : present indieatious j I-oi nt^to -tlij! »i'Hnni ng fractory being able to utUiw ihe' help yon have registered with' you ahonf January' 2'. The preeeot eooVweatiieras hoidiiig baek the xipen iiig tif the fruit.' , ,

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

SECRET DIPLOMACY. Any ideas of a totally-rfi'onstnu-tH world as the immediate outcome of the .-war and the subsequent peace negotiations are exploded practicaljy belore these negotiations begin. The proceedings of the conference are to be quite secret. There will be a:i ] (lfiirinl rnmmuninuiv nil flip lines of ! the military news to which we liave been accustomed, no doubt. This is tantamount 1 o handing out to tlie people concerned that view of the proceedings and the results which i« compatible ' with ' the international political situation. As to the merits and' requirements of that situation the world at large will know nothing. ?Secret diplomacy is being maintained \ in the decision of these vital issues. No doubt, the multitude of interests ? interwoven with the peace settlement 1 ?have manifested .themselves during ilie preliminary negotiations, and the ^f^wrjpus 'controversies and adjust 'v'iitSehb, if iriaSe' jiublic, would iiot tend ??to harmoniotisaccepiaiice of the ulli...

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

FAME AXiABM OF FIRE, Borne excitement was caused just be before midnight on Saturday by the clanging of the filebell, and people in motor care and -other vehieWs, on bi eyeJes and on foot, followed the direc tion taken' 'by the firtmen; but tliteir curiosity remained unratified. 1 .The alarm was received at the fire station through ihc. fire alarm box situated at the intersection of 'Morgan and Baylis streeis. In a few -minutes the motor eo^inc^njaiined' byrthe pffieer-^-ejiargeji ill-. B. Joyncr, and eight firemen, was hurrying to the spot whence the alarm had come. - On jeaehiug the alarm bos, however, there was no one to be seen, nor' any indication of a lire in the vicinity, or anywhere else. On satis fying themselves that it was a false alarm, the firemen returned to the sta tion. Mr. Joyner.is of opinion that the false, alarm was deliberately given, as if a genuiue uiietaUe bad been made, the person responsible for the turning out of the brigade would have, been there to oxpla...

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

BAKZ- BBOITAZ.. ?' ?? Tliii AVagga Brass Band gave a recital in the r*To\v» Hall.Gardens, last night, under ^Sfr. P. H. Philpott, in aid of Jfr. George Bauiner. The following pro {^atnmo was submitted. Match. 'Con-, stcllatioii' (T. Clarke); waltz, ''Wild. flower1' AV. Rimmer); soered fantasia, 'Tlic Celestial Ctiy ' ?' (G. A. Frost), presented to the band by Bandsman C. ] Black; two-step^ 'International Bug' j (Irving fiei'tin); American fantasia, ] 'DaT^er's Drc34Hland!; (Thus. Bid- j good); coVnet solo. 'God, Send Ton , Back to Mb'' jAdams); poloiet,. A. B. Sadlcir; mareli, 'It's a Long Way. to ] Berlin'. (Flatoiy). j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEACHERS' CLASSIFICATION. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

TEACHERS' CLASSIFICATION. t '' DEPUTATION TO MINISTER ; fil'DKEY, Saturday. I A number 01 secotid-cIabs'tcach-y-£? in State Schools-inlcrvicwed the Min ister for Education' to-day and urjje V that tonic alteration be made in- lilt:; classilicaiioi! of -.tcaclicrs. James j replied that (lie ;classitieiaioir scheme i was now under yeviijtt',, and iiothiutjl eonld be done niitil a decision ? upoliy the whole 45chvpic;had liccii 'rcafrhefls' a

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CAR CAPSIZES. TWO MEN INJURED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

wot OR CfflCAPSIZES.| TWO MEN INJURED. -SYDNijv, fiatiirday.^i's Through the capsizing of a iuotoljj oar..' iff tlm Jjiai V iiiiic'B ^ districjl; day,. Mr. M. Piiiistaii, District'iGtaud^ Mastcri of' tht.^OiJdlMlo^Sjiiisas ously Iijjurod, jiciwaspiu^ieAliiu^fc; tile 'xarv-aiifl' liad hiu-lcft ;feai-''aliiji6^tv torn'- off, .and his foreliead ? -gaehiBd^ AnotfiW. pasEcu^cr. aljout i?ad' , , . -~3- ':4

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

[?] ? '^^UtAMDEBA. , j ' The double drowning fatality -cast 'al gloom over the town. Peter fSulUvan'j \vas so long and well known here andj highly respcctcd. The sad event. bae| 'aroused public 'opinion , autchscly, es-| nqciaUy coneidoring th'o big toll in ,paft| yoais that this etrotch -,ot the river ? has| dcniawlcd; so a public meeting ha? hoenl tailed to deal with, tha niattcr. .The in-| ijiiost pu the victim^ was held-on Satur-| day afternoou and tho Coroner, Mr, l'l.-, T. L'apthonic, returned a verdict ofj drowninjf. Ilc clfprCBsed deep sympathy .; With the bercSvisd. ^ -..wlativeji- ajprecifi-i tibii for' thc'ilcioSsm of Mr. Sullivan,'; and the opinion ihat something Bhould;' be. done in the w:ny of prevention in! the future. \ : Private M' CroS6in, soji oi Mr. AV. C.: M'Cirossin (actiug eliiro clerk), who was a prisoner iii Gcriuany from July, 1916,' w^s' releasa^ and roaclned England on! Doccmber i3. During the timo of liii iuteriiincut 'life was in' three internment cnuip...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. KAY WINS FROM UREN. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

BOXING. XAT VfXpS ^ SYDNKY, Saturday. A crow-l e&iimatcd ft 7U00 yttciidcu IJic fitadiuui lost night, when the 20 round, contests were resurrected, i'lio ftar ovent. between Tommy Vren ami Krcd -Kay for the welter-weight chain-..' Viinnsliin of Australia', proved tame, al; tlioujrii the first I luce romids weic fought at n great vaee.-. The verdirt was cvcptusllv awarded to Kay ou' points. ? A itreliiniimiy contest bctweeii Franli paircy, lir'otber of Ihe- failious Les parcy, and A1 Ivullen. proved highly at tractive. if short. After 40 sueondV' Ji^hting in \he first rouiid, -Darcy liit Cullon hard 011. the jaw with a right, Jtiiockiiig: him out. Ben Tmeey /.ir^H' -vvitii Fred. Fitzsiuiinbns nt tho llippo drouic .af-er ten . hard.', rounds.

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

[?] A mooting of tlit coinniitteo of Iho 'iMt-;-^tile Club ^B ^iddCatvjtiiei, jlechanicfr'. lostitnlc Jftst ebmmoiicing 'buEinesa, Viee^Captaiii Morton briefly welcomed Mr, ' Itvan (who succeeds Mr. tV. If. Frew ^ as captain.) . Tlie following programme, xyiis adopted:— February 1, 50.0 yard?, Citib . and AflUjatiou? 'March A, 30D ' jmr'dB;' -March 2f. 1COO yards; Ajiril 13, 500 yardii; May \T, 700 yards: Juue- 14, 500 yards; Messrs. Pcarce and' Uvan moved that: tit .'iiws 'of tjjc Willi's eye bo revcrtsd to '20 inciios instead of *1S iiitbc'5 at iiOO. COO and TOO yards. The trophy presented by Messhs. Ucihnanu ljrof. was allotted to be competed , for in a special shoot nt the end of the :lialf-year for Die -first alid «ccond man , Ut each dub shoot. -V tirpijliy presentoil I by Cuptttin Uvan was aJloltei' for '.the. best four out of six .Aooti for the half vfflr Jlmit 70 l^r fchoof.

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

BOWLS; I ?J -Ja the Wngga greeu ou Saturday, J£oiu -? mk -be«v-PbttV.%jr-4S-t'to'«^ 9ud tlic 3VTitf,)i fl ly yre .. Jtounmjawit ?- , A btSld^ffli5 sadpsttor5 ^henaks 4oj »W fiem *t auibovjjM*1 mwm

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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