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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon, L.M., and Mr. W. Purtell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919
COURTi MONDAY, JANUARY (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon, L^I., and Mr. W. Portoil,- J.P.) The quarterly report :=bv tie licensing inspector was submitted and showod t) le' hotels generally' wihiii this licensipg district had been conduct c'd in a satis iacioiy nianiicr, An applica£iou had. beiin Ipdijei by Williain .'Vffjfiiy. 3?ollqrd, ^teiiseBj of . yie Lo\vei* Tarcuttn Hotel^ for ii iednetioii of bis licensing fee. that consideration -.of 'tlie mutfor l-e de /errodt till li'.ebrnary S^^vlilch i-was granted. S - \ '
ALBURY L.V. RACE CLUB. WEIGHTS FOR SUMMER MEETING. FIRST DAY—FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
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BOXING. INVITATION TO CARPENTIER. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
*7. ? ? ? 3®- IjmTATION TO OABKBirareB. J |; MEIiBOCESEj Tncpday. j Mr. John Vfrea, the well-known 6port' j ing maji. is in negotiation with Georgce. Carpcnticr, inviting him to visit Ausr tr^lia. His agents arc also at work in America, and Great Britain, endeavor* iae to secure the best aarailahic boxing tafect. . - VCarpentier -was bom in Lens. France, ?in U9ffis 6ft. liu. high and weighs lli-t. 121b.,. and' is chnmpimi of . Franpo. IJf camo: itiio prominence by his sensa - (toniil knock-out in one iut of Bpmbar-. -3ier Billy Wells, the English chajnpipn. ''Gunboat' '.Smith fought him in Parie, :but lost the decision in' tic fifth ro,und' '?on a foul. At that stage Smith appeared: .much 'the stronger. Mr.- R. L. I^.aUer ^offered Carpentiyl a large sum,- stated. :io'.bc~thc biggest oyer aSomdi here; for a, match with; Darcy, but he declined^ Hp has- -been in the French Flying Corps, during the war and was av,-ard£d dis tinction for his, scrvwesj -
A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. HURDLE RACE. About 2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
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SENATOR PEARCE'S TRIP. MR. WATT IN DEFENCE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
SENATOR PEARCE'S TRIP. MB. WATT IN DEFENCE. ; MELBOURNE, Tuesday;. ? Mr. Watt, referring tfl the criticism of Senator Pearce 's visit to England,' -declared1 that the decision' to ask Sena tor Pearce to undertake demobilisation work in Lpmdiin was arrived at -by tho Government . as -a deliberate act of policy. Close Ministerial supervision was necessary at the other end of the world. The Parliamentary National Party ? at a meeting unanimously ap proved of the sending of Senator Pearce to London, Parliament had the oppor tunity of protesting against the pro posal before, it rose, but no movement 1 of that Irind was made. The prSper ad ministration. of demobilisation' -at -the other en-di of the'world would \save ten times oyer thc 'expenditure connected with the voyage of Senator Pcareo. Mr;-. Watt pointed out that Canada had* live .Ministers ill London, South Africa three, in addition to a very large official staff. It -would be 110 ''joy ride' for'Senalor Pearce, but uu- ( remittin...
SARDINIA INQUIRY. BRIBERY OF POLICE ALLEGED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
SARDINIA INQUIRY. BRIBERY OP POLICE ALLEGED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. At the Sardinia inqniiy, to-day, Pte. M'Milcs, recalled, said he did not sec any civil or military offences that would call Jor severe rebuke while he was on thp ship.' Prom a conversation with eoihe of the men he knew there was a bad element oil board, but some of the 'bad eggs' made the best soldiers in the firing line. Driver Nipson, assistant storeman 011 the Sardinia, said he saw all stores is fcucd according to scale. Mr. Bloomficld:- When did you dis cover the police were taking hribesf — I learnt that before we got- to Capetown; some of the police were pretty 'bad eggs,' too. Who told you there were 150 unde sirables on board? — I can't say who it was. Warrant-Officer Berry said, taken nil round the men on the Sardinia were a decent- lot, bnt they must have had a few of the worst characters that ever left .Australia on. board. The strange part was that they seemed to influence the other's. The majority of the of f...
TRAINING NOTES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
S»EA1»1NG ITOTES: A SYDNEY, Tuesday- 1 - In the, semi-final gallops at -- Rand-; wick this morning, Aries defeated; Poitrina .by tliree . lengths over.' five furlongs, in 1-514- Aries 'vent well. Bee went takingly over seven' fur longs in 1.31'^. ArclivMarclla and -kennaquhair were, associrfted-'for. .a. mile and. tHfee furlongs and were not ?fully . extended 'for the -first half ; mile,, though the first six furlongs were run in .1 .22, and;. th? . full distance in aj|St ihe last; mile. .-qtiajtj^srvoc&ip'^ 2.20 and the cdncluding in:!e\ The pair went' in good style. Rebus looking the -.picture of health, put in iS.steady inile.' Greg was not cxjppd pd:. 0\'& nine ' furlongs'; but ran- 'tte last mile comfortably in ; 1 .49* and. looked in splendid condition. Palm leaf, went- cieely*X)verscvea^ furlongs, io 1-3316. Amadis. and Kilmaine ran seven furlongs together in 1.32 and Cetigne and Kaipi did five furlongs --in ** }'£?? Shell Shock, ran.' seven furlongs; witH, Jv...
REPATRIATION. CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. PAYMENT FOR LOCAl, COMMITTEES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
Mation. , X';1 1 . 'I'll ( CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. : PAYMENT FOR LOCAL . COMMITTEES. SYDNEY, Tuesday! At the Kepatriation confCrence to day, in proposing a motion' that ..the Department of Repatriation ' be plac ed -under the management of a highly-'- qualified commercial officer, the Cootamundra delegate urged- the j necessity -of a more expeditious man- i ner of. dealing with the committees' | correspondeucc. Tlie chairman said the department was already under the management of such an officer in he person of Colonel harr. On ' the motion being put only Jive delegates stood up. . Mr. Mergcrthcim proposed that the department reimburse the local com mittees for all out of pocket ex-, penses for administrative -purposes. An amendment that the department pay half the expenses of a paid secretary was put to the coitfer-cuce' and lost, the motion being declared carried. It-was suggested by a delegate that if the conference could ' take tlier promises as made by Senator Miilen: yesterday a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919
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