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PRESIDENT'S OPENING SPEECH. ENEMY'S CRIMES DURING WAR. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

PRESIDENT'S OPENJNQ SPEECH. ENEMY'S CRIMES DURING WAR. PARIS, Monday. After the nomination of M. CJemcn eoau as president, the Peace Conference | adopted tho proposal of allotting one j vicc-presidcnt to each of the five great Powers, after which M. Clcmenceau said the testimonies of friendship from j President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George touched him deeply. Their ambition ivas a great one au-l they wished to avoidi a repetition of the world catas trophe. All must remain united if the League of Nations was to be practic able. As Tegards the orders of the day. M. Clcmenccau said he had consulted two eminent jurists on the penal responsi bility of the ex-Kaiser and their re ports tvonld be submitted to all the dele gates. As regards the responsibility for the enemy's crimes during the war and legislation for international labor, all the Powers were invited to submit u memoranda upon it. The question of ; the League of Nations would- head the ; agcudn for the next sitting. The con fere...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GENUINE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

- A GENUINE SCHEME. Nobody is likely to accuse Mr. ' Bowser, Chief Secretary of the State of Victoria, of any designs on the public morals. . His journalistic and political history proclaims liim rather :ts a watchful guardian of the pro prieties than otherwise. He has been identified with economy in Vic torian politics for some years, and .after the defeat of . his short-lived Government his inclusion ;iu the Lawson .'Cabinet found few com w^laliits.- y Jlc Jiiay ,be, expected to ex-. f h 'sob er, comm On sense vie w on j tr any subject brought under his notice, ' and 'his latest utterance on the matter , at vine-growing as an occupation lor returned soldiers realises .the expec tation. It is timely and it is true. It comes at a time when a campaign r is being commenced in Australia to ? prohibit the manufacture or sale of - alcohol, and by a simple statement places the prohibitionists in the wrong. Mr. Bowser caine to declare himself as the outcome of a project to -settle soldiers...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

WAGGA TEMPERATURES. ' Mondav. Maximum ? ? 69 '.Miuimum .......... 50

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

OY ?&» oJ UiH K'oit Bu«ri.»a«ia u Cbfinifta la thijObmtimiwllfc, ? fjerrtody.li .UUduajg^^oal Jl. , 09*:. ?n^ rtmret ihe lo.t ton* ht KUi NEYS: ait paU of -B&EUMA3!I8M; i*U«v«S aftar a frw doHf,' JA i(_*i ao a . fc. UMttir, OhonlH, MMtnO, 4 : j - ?? v : -?? -Or j _-n -,'vugj' i-; Mr, Aadfrwii, Chmlrt, Vr. Eriedlieb, OMMpV Atenijr^ llr. 7riv«tt; Chemi.t, Co6Iaai6*.: Mil BaUhiiiwa, CliemSst, OobtUiUi^t. ! Mrj Bnval, Karaadtra, Mr, Uatherion, Chemist, 4tnnM, Mr. George, Chemist, Loewkri. ' hainsen's 'Special exm onraMBNjy. ;, ; 'PEACHES the Spot: for o^ ?*? Skin Di.oarej, Out., Jgugu- Blftcldieaiii, Mouse Plara*, ,y»nBO» tricer„ tic- It .is fl boca-Sa» 'lemb'djr for, ftll SKIN troubles and ft'i jptrtillS' *T-»' ^en£sding it. In Largi Pot* S/8, ? Sold ev«ryTvhera, .or from - s ? ? HANSEN, OiemKt, .HMtf. . ... y&iL fleadabhes, Giddiness, Glariness ABE CUBED WITHOUT DBIIG& OB COliOBED SPECTiCIiEB BY i. mm # th» W«U-k»oim OPXOMSTBIiT, A.O.C., P.S.A., DOCTOB ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

I0B. PETER VEE LEE, - i CHINESE DOCTOB and ! j p; , HEBBALIST, ic SO. (JEOliGli-SIKEET WEST, f ' SYDNEY. ' V-jjJ Viiit this District ev:ery Font W««V». Every complaint in. male, or' t fftnilB skilfully arid fUeqijsrficMf' J trSitpa. 'Will Consult at ALBOBx' HOTEL, BAYfrTS -STREET, -Newtown, WMillA, 1MHDAY-, PEBItUAUY 7.: AL- UUB7, THUKSDAY, FEBBUABY C. i Honrs: 10 a.m. to {-,30 p.®, Aibnry— 10 a.m. to 8 pjn ? , I'raeLited ovor 30 Yew* ip. Australia, , .Consult byCorrespflndens*. , Nett Zealand Loan and Aflercaii .. . tile Agency Co., Ltd. WOOL BBOKKBB STOCK * STATION AGXNTi, Atutlbri Sale* offitock at Albnry -ui4 ^VTodosg* Alternate 1a»»a»y», i And Monthly at Howlons Walla Walla, I andT^angaUa. | AUENTB FOB ALL OOQP*£b DIP*. , *-V* ? i Mich and Loodoii Accidf*] Insurance A&Qfc&jiaii ? jam wobkmhn-b ooiten PATIOK AOTin Jortefromlit JTOV*. i*U OJsmm of SKTLOTEBB are MaM» tor ANY AOCtDENTB anfl DTDU0- C TKIM, DISRABBB anuriaa to i\»U 1 toployxms; WK ljtsue POLICIES aoyt...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

- ? — ? A HINT TO The Mother &0M-£R1NG WHAT BEST TO SEND TO HER SON AT THE FBOHT. To tlio thousands o[ mothers who hive ' sons ait the front and whose thought* are ' constantly with their boys and -what can belt be sent them to make their lot easier or eafeguard their health, it may not be emisa to suggest sendiug'a bottle of Or. Mor se't Indian Root Pills. A bottle of pills may seem an amusing or unusual thing to suggest, but seriously, could anything of equal aize or cost be sent that will be so neceaaary or useful. It ia s well-kno*™ fact that the men require such a remedy. The irregular life crises the system to get out of eider, and it is this . getting out of order that i» nfep&nsible for ' such an enormoua' loss ' from sickucw. The ebot and shell of the enemy arc only a part of the danger the soldiers face. To be .in cSective soldier, -good health ia {at and away the most important single item. Br. Morse's Indian Boot Pihs are too \rcll;Jknown to thcpiibjio to...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

NEWS IN BRIEF, ;i 5 . ? 1 XVo Corowa anglers oil Wednes day succeedcd in landing a big Mur ray coil weighing 9olbs. 4argc numbers of lish are being, cuiight in the Murray at and around Albury just now. Tlic Corowa Municipal Council lias 'Struck a park and gardens rate of ]{?,-!. in ill e £ 011 llie unimproved capital value. Mr. Grieve, who has been appoint ed inanagcr of the Albury branch of .t'he;,]3ajilc of Australasia, in succession to Mr. C. M. Sliaw, arrived in AlUury j 011 Saturday morning. W^t is probably a record output :of Coal for any one colliery company lias' been obtained by. the Caledonian Collieries Limited which, during the, .past ;ytar produced from the. Aber ,dai;|y Aberdare Extended, and Aber-1 .(lar^Cenlra! mines a million tons of eoa| - ti 1 . ?- Oji Suuday,. a lad named Henrj'. 'Iven'dall was adiniUcd to tile 1 Albury Hospital with a scattered thumb. He was- doing sometliihg to a gun wliiclr hiijijiened to be loaded, and the usti.il unexjicetcd explosion took p...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND NOTICES. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

LAND NOTICES. LAND SALES. At Lauds Ollicc, Tumitt. 011 Wed nesday, February 5. — Country lot of 5a. sr. 25p., parish Adeloug; upset price per lot £12. ' At Lands Oflicc, Parjvcs, on Wcd ucsday, February 12. — Suburban lot ol 3r. 9p., parish Currajong; upset pricfei, £113- ' ' At Lands Ofllce. Corowa, op. Wednes day, February 12.— Town lot of lr. 33p., parisli Toeuimval, upset price £400. .At Lauds Olliey, Goulburn, on. Weil- ; iicsday, February 12. — Coiiutry lot of j ,Ca . Or. otp.j parish of; Wologorong; .up ict price per lot £3S, including value of improvements. : At 'Lauds Office, oCrowa op WcdiieB dav, Febrlmry 12. — Town lot of Jr. 3Sp., parish Tocumwal, upset price X40U. At Lands Oflicc, Cooma, on Wednes day, February. 19.- — Couatry lot of 'JSa., pnrisli of Bransby, npset prico £50;.aiiso country lot .of 157a., parish of Brcdbo, ppsct price £1 5/ per aero.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD LABOR CONFERENCE DEPARTURE OF EX-COMMONER. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

WORLD LABOR CONFERENCE | DEFARTURE OF EX-COMMONEB. (Beotar.) . - 1 ' PAE1S, Monday. -- Mr. Arthur Ilcndcrspn has left for Switzerland. Before his departure he. stated arrangements have becn made to libld the Socialists' Coulcrcnco at, Berne, couiuicnciiig .ou January '27. ' ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL APPRAISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

Wool appraisement. In our repbrt* issued ol last week's disposal at Albury tlic following rea lisation was' oihittcd:— VVyanawah. frbui Cookardinia, fleece 25U., 22}$-i , SS'/lA., 22J4 d.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRELIMINARIES OVER. PEACE CONFERENCE BEGINS ITS TASK. FRENCH PREMIER PRESIDES. RESPECTIVE RIGHTS OF NATIONS. PEACE CONFERENCE. CLEMENCEAU PRESIDENT. "FRANCE'S GREAT YOUNG MAN." LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

[?] PEACE CONFERENCE BEGINS ITS TASK. ? \ -v FRENCH t^RENHER PRESIDE RESPECTIVE RIGHTS OF NATIONS. PEACE CONFERENCE. CLGMBNCEAtr PRESIDENT. 'FRANCE'S GBEAT YOl'N'G MAX.'' j (Bcutcr.) . LONDON, Monday. Following President Poincarc, Presi dent Wilson moved that M. Clcmenceau lie tho permanent president. He said the meeting must be regarded as the su premo crowning. f-f: 'diplomatic history. Sever before had. so many nations been represented with a view tb'se't'tiiug tho problems' of the world' in so. many, de grees. They all admired' M. Olcinen ccan-'s commonsense and had acquired a real affection for him. 'Wc all desire the same thing,' said President Wil son. M. Clemcneeau' here nodded ap proval. Mr.. Lloyd George supported tho proposal, referring to M. Clemeuceau as ?'the greatest young- man of France.'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' DEFERRED PAY. BRIBERY ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

SOLDIERS' DEFpiftEO PAY. BKIBEBY ALLEGED, The lengtli.of tiinc taken to sccurc. ?deferred pay from the ?Defence Depart ment lius exasperated many, and at various, times ' during the w?r it hBS been alleged that the quickest way to . sccurc ,;tliis jnoney . was by offering a Isuiu of money — -tantamount. to a bribe. ' A'.tlirill of excitonteut recently ran ithrougji the pay branch, when it was ;whi|pe-ftd.'that ouc. member of the staff jkad charged another with -acccpting a ibribe for facilitating a soldier's do ;f erred pay, : An Jiiquiry Coiirt w.as; aj-- ipointed to investigate this chaTgc and [other uia'tter^. '. ' ^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURRUMBIDGEE CO-OPERATIVE MILLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

MURRUMBIDGEE COOPERA . TIVE MILLING CO. ; At a Board meeting fcf the Murrnm bidgee Co-opcrativo Milling Co , Ait 1„ 1 held 011 Friday last, reforence was ;Kade ; to the death of Mr, Aliek Smith,, chflitr-;'! man of the Board, and. a vote of con dolence and sympathy ivas 'passed-7 jto ? his widow and family. Jlofcrenco. wftS. also made to the fact that the iat-s MrS' Smith was one of the foundfltion roem bcrs of the compaiiy, aiid one of tlie fii'it, directors, being elected to that .office in. 1889, and since 1891 lite licld tho posi: tion of ehairmnp of the company.' ..-i-it ' tvas also resojvcd 'to erects a fablet.on! the silos in ? memory of the Into Mrf; Smith, 'as. a record ,-of ,hi s ; efforis.iirthe'Jri construction. At the . 6omc mestbig .Mr,-~ M'Grath, who has been a director ; Bincov1800 oE the compn.uv, tyae elcctod'1 choirman, aud Mr. Allan. H. Smith vest I eleoted to fill tbe vacancy: on tbe Boara. l

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. THE ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

.- - - .. 1 DISTRICT NEWS. T^E;ROCK. j ) The local.. Public Sdiool liad . a very (narrow t.scapc of being destroyed , by jfirc.on Saturday afternoon. Slfprtly aftcr 1 p.m. Mr.-f. J. Burke noticed ?dense smpkc rising, from tlic wopdcij lliortion of the school. He proniptiy Jtallcd a nuiubcr of men. who burst an the door, and after some effort jmauaged 'to pill tlic fire oiit, but 'not [before the room bad been badly jcharrcd .and th; cbiitfiits. including ?the school library; destroyed. The brigiii of tlie outbreak is uiikiiown. ' A J)ush iire^prok? .^jiit on Mr. -G. Bender's property near Milbruloug, 011 Saturday afternoon, and, be'ing fanned . by .a^jstrqn^ ; -wijid, rapidly isprcad.. ' A large number of fire fighters quickly put jn an appearance an_d cvcj)tual|y got the fire under .con-. ^rp!,t; atid, jpdf ' acr^s of gj^ss.'vraffi^j^ojgfa;^ '' v

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE AT SEVEN HILLS. POST OFFICE DESTROYED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

FljtE AT §#18, Hlas. POST .9 PPXCE JOjipTRP Y ED. . '??? .'. ' ' ';?' : . : THifsilav. ? .- ; A general j-tore, une room of wliiclr pas the local post oflicc. at Seven AVitJi the cjcccptiftii of flic post' oflicc safii, , which -coniaincd »a considerable 1 biforc the -panics ^f^b ^rppcl-^-, nothing; was

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

PBESBiOTEttlAM' C^TOCH. ; A t tlic Presbyterian Church, q'J Sun 1 day inorning sci vicc, the subject d«iilt with by -tlie Hcv. W.Tulloch had. refer- ence, to our -lepMscntati ves'a t the Pcacc ConfercjH-c. 17o c.liofe as. his test,' f See., iiig that wc arc Jipt .bought, u'itb silver :ind gold but wiMirihc: prccions blood of .lesns -Jlirift,.' jaud' dcmoiistratcd that: a lasting- peace cojild only .be cstab iisliKd by being- ba^cd. 011: Hie cjter^al truth of God. „ \VJii)st jnoiicy hnd. a viilne. vet aceorjing: .to Scripture liu '(wwity and -it« -riglits. were of greater. viiluii . than silver flnil gpld. In the Ki-eaiiig tW tcst.cbpsin'was 'lTlic Lord tei^oiyetli what:.Ss Liii ^1?.. darkjicss''— |)a|iiel 3, J!2. Xj-'Iiuchiidjiezza dcnui iidcd of llis -wise uicn tlic inieipretaiioii bf a iOr|!ioi lie ?9|jrptten. Th cy. i u ahswer, sa id i t j^as im|-Q-s^i:l)ic to atiavcr ilie^iinfe^s dinain.' |4'jiii .Itanicl, one of.tjipsii^cbrcw prbpli *ggi a^eil G oil: for thc:-3 tttcrprctatibn o...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHIFTING SCENE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

THE SHIFTING SCENE. XBynViMiS.') SYDNEY. Saturday. It would1 appear that most of us hnvii been in error regarding what AuS': tr.ilia has done in the v.-av. There were tuauy people . who believed that,, what Australia- achieved abroad was due en- . iirely to 'the valor, the warlike .'jpt i; tude, and the sublime . self -eacrifice of tLe men, aided in most, cases, 'Out 110. in all,. by -.good and devoted leadership. There were many, too, . who believed that ; the imperishable records of tho Australians in Gallipoli, France, *.uid elsewhere in Europe . and Asia would have been greater (?tilt, if jio?sible. had thev not been hampered and harassed hv red-tape and departmental ineffici ency. But it would seem 'that- we were all wrong in these matters, All the real honor and glory attendant upou what the gallaut Australians did abroad are due to Senator Pearee. The Minis ter for Defence, being an excessively modest man, does not specifically make this claim. But no one can rea-d his reply ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

?jbjj'.'yMiotely Jcept iu jiwiia ^alycoiisflpaUou. siiould. not ho jtolar Wlpd, '-'because thcro is no tclliug iwli^n ippendicstis or «inio other scrionfi'oil. pcnt rujy'VrJsnil f rom the aecnm^aTtipiii j'f .wastg'^attpriju the s^ystcm.' floSiot ttiake matters' w%rsc ? |»y tho ItjiSu&im-i Jt.li^fici wilch irritate tho Etomacfi^^M hbvvoUi;

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BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

BUSINBSB ANNOUNpEMBNTS. r/ . An. open-air euchre jjarty will be- held nt Mount j J3rin i -on Tehitary, 3, in aid of . tUe.Conveiit stall at the forthcoming bazaar. ' 'A social and dance will be held at the Mangoplah Parish Vail on Friday nest -to welcome Jiotuo Private 13. Terlich. , Mr, Geo. V. Viucent., lato of Marrar, auuouiiocs that- he has purchased the bitsitt'oss of the Cliib House Hotel, Kin- : caid-street, 'SVagga. ! The balance-sheet in .connection -with .the -recent Wagjga' War JOliest- appeal is published iu the advertising columns of. this issue. ...... . -.1. . ?, A welcome' home will be eiveu Pte. ^D. 'Mortou: in ' the Lake Alhert Hall pii' 'January i *23.!' 'l A Meeting of ftlie Returned- Sailors find .Soldiers' J.^ag^ie will,.;ho-;heja in j;he.^3otvJi ,&ll jpji. ThurisdBy, vei' iu B'. . Mrs. Jt. .T. 'M6uld-,' of .lii widow pf tho ? late- W. Jl.' -J. Mould, oniiouuees phc iu tends to eontiiiue -the business of. iio and cordial uVajiufiieturei'/iu lCdgar-; .Jf...

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COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

[?] -+ ? ' . i..7- 4 ^ ' / ^ : mm The market (or clja(|A easier af tlic Alcxandri^galcs ttpfflay.. Oats \Vcrc a penny ilciircrs at frojn.s/ to 5/1 for- best -Algerian; QaWSu.' hay dropped 10/ a t«in: Oit acqbtkut of tho arrival of . a shipment of Jl^as manian potatoes values depreciated -£t ;i ton. /Whcatcu clVaff, prifnc'ft/ to 8/0, igiooft, r/ii.. . Uatcn citatt, primp $/6iio ?$/& W%atcn 'dialf, ex (janmairi,,8/; Ifow Iffutj^^iwi'Stov- jpnson, Cpglatnon, 8/4 tp S/O; Lucaf, Gpolainofi, 8/6; Briss, Gauniaiii, 8/4. Oats, cx Gaiiiuain, \Wagg:i, 4/io'/2- ' PRODUGE. liggs: New laid, ?i/C. to I/8j rail ways aud Northern UivcfS; i/ xo 1/4. . FRUIT/, Apples, a/6- to 20/; io/,;io 17/: chcrrics, 10/ to 11/; jpinons, 15/ to jo/; .piniajiplcs, 7/ -io pcadics, 2/O to 9/:. pears, 10/ to it)/. FAT STOCK. At' lloincbusli ' to-day. 1650 cattle were. yardc«l Tlit stiptkcl. tra^ 10/' to 20'/ deafer. Bcsl'biet.Cb/, sccoii'l quality 55/. inferior; $2/ ^r. ioo lbs. ?Bullocks, £13 to £26, cojvs £...

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