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MAN ELECTROCUTED. [?] Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

MAN ELECTRObUT£D. 1 ? ; ./flnnARl1. Tuesdav. . -.'-S John William Wilt; A\hile \voikmg at ffi'.'.builiClilig. lii Ihis city,' teuehqa ft- h.ve. wire ovel-hcadj'..£nd«jiB'«0.,eIoi^roctttcil..

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEAT WAVE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

HEAT WAVE |i\! SYDNEY. ?SYDNEY, Tuesday - I A 'heat waye «\irept, over the city B and suburbs to-day. - The tempera- .? iiurevtt-noon.-rcgistcretl'^.g flegr-tes..

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNED GERMANS. SOLDIERS WANT DEPORTATION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

INTERNED GERMANS. SOLDIERS WANT DEPORTA- ' . . TIOJPJ. ' ?] . ADELAIDE, Tuesday. 1 : At the aniiual .meeting qf'thc Ke tunicd Sofdieri'-f.^ssdpiatioii it was resolved to urge tlieiFederal Govcrii .meiit to follow the lead if'tHc British Government and return .all' interncd Germans to the jfyacc whpncC- tliej 3)ad come. ? ? ... ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHALING STATION. PROPOSAL FOR JERVIS BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

[ WHALING STAHGN. | PEOPOS AIj BDI!, fE5.VI5 BAY. | f. Dnring. the recent visit of. inspection 'fit. Jcrvig Bay, tho -Chief Secretory, the ^ffin. George Fallcr, and the_Mayor of ilply - made representations .to tho feetober. for Edeji:Mofiaro,*' the' lion. ^Austin Chapman, regarding the proposed jsstablishinent .of whaling at Jervis Bay. it wa^stated that, a- business man was {Qretuired- to finance . the- establishment of a». up-to-date -whaling. station, but Jiad' icca considerably delayed in con Sequence, of . objections raised by Com monwealth authorities arising, from troubles connected with the Norwegian AVhaiing,. Syndicate, who operated jh'cTe jn: 1914.' The.ncfw.proppsal was to .make ^osft-.of.. the whole of the carcases and £verythiog- ii\ the -way of by-products, -by . the adpptionrof ; the latest scicntific smethpds of avoiding waste. Tho main treatment would ,'b.iv on the dry land, the blubber., would tie rendercd,down in retorts, and all ftimes and effluvia from the-.-w...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESULT OF ELECTIONS. WIN FOR SOCIALISTS EXPECTED. BERNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

RESULT OF^ELECTIONS. WIN FOR SOCIALISTS EXPECTED, i fBcuter.) BERNE, Tuesday. B Germany, has sent a Note to the Hus sian Government, protesting against the latter 's support of tho Spartacusites, It is estimated the elections will re sult iu the Majority Socialists return' ing 50 per cent., the Independents 5, . the Ccntrcists 30, and the Democrats ID per cent.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

Odop of fnd. \ iO^.oMndJ: -Elusive, tinlque^ ; thevaristDpracy of .perfume^ suggestive ? trf^ucis. . ;A^, ^ *?, fljttfE. scent 'it would- be' over? !- ^eHcate ^ tbH^-soaiii /iike ' TnHaw^r .- It'ad^tfae/IaaqabibiBJuxtf^ ^ ?? v ] l ' -y |

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY. EBERT RELIES ON WILSON. FURTHER DEMANDS TO BE REFUSED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

[?] EBERT RELIES ON WILSON, FURTHER DEMANDS TO BE ' ' i REFUSED. ' (Router.)'. ' LONDON, Tuesday. Bioting took place in . Berlin after i the Spartacusites attempted to, destroy the ballot boxes, llerr Ebert has issued a manifesto, which states: 'Wo will sign only a peace based 011 President Wilson's fourteen points; wo will not agree to a peace including ahy further doinands. Germany was not alouc re sponsible for' the war. The Spartacus ites liave been suppressed, but may vise again if Germany does notijget plentv uf food. As soon as, the economic situa- , tion clears normal life will resume and [Internal troubles will cease. It is a question of help from the Entente.' Small-pox is raging in Dresden.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

? . r FdraClean: v; -Hi ^ cooBhfl, Che m i' d 'gB £t| $ TAKE NO RISKS. ' ^ '' Of' ? ? i? This influenza may bo for a day, or, i li living come once may como again apl : .agaiii. Pneumonia does mora than . .-jnferfere Trith the breathing. It1 inter ? Seres with the circulation. WAWiTS ; JWOlfDE^rWOOL (tie Mjigic Wrap) is itBe boon of the times. Applied ovet ij ie chest it restores circulation. And . even as pain' was the messenger ot i danger bo is -its going the- iign thpt j this has t-een passed. ' Wawn'f Wonder-Wool stops pain in inflnenss, ' bronchitis and chest-attacks generaDy: in -rhcumatism.'lumbago and Sciatica; in headache, backache, and strains anti - jrains. But— keep it in the house. As prevention is better than r euro in in fluenza, carry on inhalant. WAWN'S WOHDEB-BA1M (the Magic Salvej i. the best known preventive. But a little ?up tho nostrils .now and again, and. also on the tongue.' It is equally good for ratarrh. Warn s Wonder-Wool, piie« . 2/6 a packet, and Wawn:...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MAJOR SETON. BURIED WITH MILITARY HONORS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

LATE MAJOR SET0N. BURIED WITH MILITARY ' HONORS.. (Reuter.) LONDON. Tuesday. I Thli! funeral of the late Major Sctjn ? took place on Saturday with full I military honors, in the Australian I burial ground at Urookwood. The Bj body remained overnight in the mor- K tuary. The coffin, which wsa drapc l m with the Union Jaqk, was transported I from London to Necropolis by the Australian Ambulance and Australian soldiers, thence by train to Brook wood. There were many beautiful wreaths, including one from the officers and men at Wcstham camp. t . r

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AUSTRALIAN BARONET." ALLEGED IMPOSITION AT PLYMOUTH. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

'AUSTRALIAN BARONET.' ALLEGED IMPOSITION AT I PLYMOUTH. ] (Bcuter.) 1 LONDON, Tuesday. j A sensation was causcd at Plymouth , during a victory ball, when the or ganiscr, who it is alleged, styled him self an Australian baronet, was de tained and cliavxed with wearing an i officer's uniform.- Tie had been in the town a week organising the bail j and a concert by massed naval bandf- 1 The proceeds were said to be for the | widows of Devon merchantmen lo.-t during the war. The concert was a great success ^ind the ball a brilliant affair, under the patronage of Admiral Taylor, principal naval and military officers, and leading members of so ciety. The detention followed a tele gram from Australian' headquarters in 'London. It is alleged the wan was a strgcailt in the A.I.F. and an j absentee. j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIAN AFFAIRS. DISCUSSION BY ALLIES. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

RUSSIAN AFFAIRS. DfSCUSSION BY ALLIES. (United Service.) PARIS. Tuesday. The leaders of the five Powers .being absorbed to-day iu a discussiou on the Russian1 policy, the Conference did not meet, iu committee. The five Powers examined the dolegates' credentials and the Conference is expected to meet to morrow, when the League of Nations will be referred to a special commit tee, which has been instructed to draft a joint scheme. A general discussion on the future soverignty of Powers will take place in public. The Confer ence has requested all- the Powers to supply the fullest information on Bus sian affairs. .- . The 'Preach juryists1 memorandum on the Kaiser's guilt has been circulated amongst the delegates. It demands nn- : conditional punishment and quotes a ! letter from the ci-Kaiscr Wilbeim to the late Emperor Fraiicis Joseph iu 1914, admitting he deliberately, chose the .j ''ravaging by tiro aud -sword, the slaughter of men, women, children, and , old' folk, and levelling , e...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIAN POLICY. PEACE CONFERENCE FACES BOLSHEVISM. FRENCH DELEGATES AND LEAGUE OF NATIONS FEAR OF RESUSCITATED GERMANY. MR. HUGHES AND JAPAN. PEACE ASSEMBLY. EARNEST, BRILLIANT AND PICTURESQUE. PRELIMINARY CEREMONY OVER. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

[?] lia. . ? PEACE CONFERENCE FACES BOLSHEVISM. FRENCH DELEGATES AND LEAGUE OF NATIONS ? : ? 1 : FEAfl OF RESUSCITATED GERMANY. ' f- *rT- 1 ' : ~H MR. HUGHES AND JAPAN. PEACE ASSEMBLY. EARNEST, BRILLIANT AND PICTURESQUE. PnELlMlNAHY CEREMONY OVEB. {Renter.} ' . I'ABIS, -^Tuesday. Large crowds, including journalists from the United Kingdom nnd jilioto- j graphers, assembled \early before the | Foreign Ministry to sec the arrival of j delegates at the opening of the great ! Peace Conference. M. Jules Caiubon j was the first arrival, and the rest iol W-ed in twos and throes. After enter ing the Porcign llinis try they passed j through the Salon de Congress and ] Salon des Ambassadcurs, reaching the Salic ilo l'Hdrloge, where they took their appointed places, which were j marked by little white gilt -edged cards. President Wilson, on his arrival, was j galutod with drums and fifes and lie smilingly posed ~f or the camera men. 1 The Indian and Hedjaz delegates, with brilliant turbans, le...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVOLUTION OF CONFERENCE. ALLIED AND GENERAL PARTIES. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

EVOLUTION OF CONFERENCE. ALLIK1) AND ,, GENERAL ; PASTIES. (Published in the 'Times.') I PARIS, Tuesday. The Conference's gradually evolving .into two groups. First, a parliament of nations, to which the , press will -be ad mitted. . It is meeting for plenary de- j cisions, and is assisted by numerous commissions;' secondly, a cabinct of five Powers leaders, in which matters will be debated' and decided. It is hoped the main work will bo finished in two months, leaving territorial aiid other questions for consideration by the League of Nations upon which to for mulate its principles, !M. Noulens, French ex-Ambassador to Russia, is a strong advocate of mili tary intervention as the only way of saving Russia from the Bolshevik*. He addressed the council in the morning and urged that there bo no recogni tion of the Bolsheviks. Jle -brands M. Lenin's Government as an attempt to apply 011 an immense scale tlie crude Marxian theories of class warfare, plun der and murder, with the help of...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE OF NATIONS. OPPOSITION FROM FRENCH QUARTER. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

LEAGUE OF NATIONS. — ' OPPOSITION. PROM PKENC1I ' QL'AHTKR. (United Service,) 1 PARIS, Tuesday. The greatest political endeavor iu the world '« history is about to be attempted , 1 mi the form of the League of Nations, or supcrnationa] authority. Extreme views can -be seen -blending with mod erate scheme? and- taking shape. The leaders agree St. will -he useless to in agurate, the League of Nations with out the world's whole-hearted suppport, but ..hope to -inspire a./cryent deter mination to make the 'league ' suceess- ful. . ; Opposition shows itself in the clev crost forms, For'iiistahce, istroiig Prericli parties wish, the league to ? take over tSio Russian dSlemmn. /This might Wreck the lengue during the lauiichlug. Tho Russian tohgle cflunot-.be cut by the recognition of the -Bolsheviks, for tho anti-Bolsheviks hold 7-IOths of fhe Russian foodstuffs;. Their : represent (i ; j five here scorns n eomprouii»e. i J The Proneh '.opposition . to. tlie. leagiie ' la hot inspired 'by,...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN LABOR AIMS. UNIVERSAL WORKING CONDITIONS. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

AMERICAN LABOR ' AIMS. : UNIVERSAL WORKING : i::^'-i^biTioNs. , i -PARIS, Tuesday,' ;.A private -conference was held this morning, settling the credentials and j appeals of delegates of sniuli nations, esiiectSlIj^ ptlie Balkans. vv '-v ? ? The . A^ricaii ^programme in ..Jlic: Reace. .Cbnfcrcuce for Labor legisiutidn I includes 1111 -international child-labor law, ^protection of -, women . workers,, agreements Jor .hours of labor, con-' stitutiug .!!?, universal work da v .. ^President 'Wilson this aftemooh- ^x changed - Sliows AY»Ji!i;«Sena.tor BouqpMS, the .3*!rench-'authorJtyiioii .the League of ? Nutioos. 'M, SusiinOfF is actively -eon- ? feWwg iftnil-aB; cjuiffdont. -irhai : Rusfiian i-c^rcskntutioii'SwIll^e;. dotenninedii this t v, eck ' 1 cold \\teather pi e\ ails in T^ijs

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PACIFIC ISLANDS QUESTION. MR. HUGHES OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 22 January 1919

PACIFIC ISLANDS QUESTION. MR. 11U&HES OUTSPOKEN. (United Service.) The Conference does not meet to-mor. j row. , Considerable agitation has been | roused in certain quarters by nn out- ' spoken statement of Mr. llughes in an I interview with American newspapers. 'If we do not get fair treatment con cerning the Pacific islands, f will hot I hesitate to appeal to the public opinion of Allied countries. Tho Japanese are a highly intelligent people, but their ways are not , our ways. We -would re gard with suspicion, any geographical advance by; Japan' towards Australia.-'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

[?] KEW ^SHfS: WALES : WCTOK*. . ;: 'l. ^ SS&KBT. .Wcdneatav. ' , The Victorian team amved to-ddyl t»Sr k h&^Sbiq of s^p^tebi. .' ...The jn?tcfa againBti Nefr btgrih &i Fri-'»j , .Titfe -sfcUtifon coaunhrte, Wis unaWe to obtain leav« .from thfej Metrijpfelftati wbai-d of XVo'rks fob' F.*.! -5. Spi4» to fttt 4s I twclfth .raan in Sydney. . E. R.;| Sta'fti'i! lias' infirtirt'tK'd ' c&tt¥kin ? of tha ^eam- which will be chos-en' froin the following: — :E. R. MAYNE (.capttin;. ? W/SfewARt, . : ' ? :? iK^'CO0im:R. ?? £:%. M'DO^ALD. ? i\ hYett., G. SPICER. . ; Tie /absents, .from the team of Arrii-: strong and .Bating is . regrettiible, but ; SftVife.iWfag' til i0flS^v f.' Couteur has a unique redord. Playiri]?, for Oxford University a^inst .Cjiia^ Ijrld^te' tjftlyerplir la lSHO %1r libwling won the, match. Ho took eight. vriekeU' for 99 Tunsj but he failed with the bat.: Nest year he \vas ^gaia inst rumen tsl. in jiaiiSrig- thtSS^h, siofihg 160; runs aid' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY DAY. MURRUMBURRAH HARDEN v. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

ANNIVERSARY DAY. ftrCRKO 3.!'B'0,RRAli - H ARf) E N v. WAXJfeA. ? ^a^e^-^i&fettm&^ardcr.^- nis^. ttictt Crlfltttfyfep^alsoii have ' for1 warded to Ihc .Wagga secretary, the ! foilbivinR.naiaes pf flleir teaiu to plaV against Wngga jvt the Wagga Cricket1 Ground on . MoK^y next: — R. j.1 A. Davisoii, \V. &ii-' dca j(Murr«rhbtirra}i):; D. Crammond.j H. H: Fla'tincry XHatden); R. Dav'fa6n, O. WCirttiy, -,f. Garry. 1. McCarthy (M'Mahon's Reef); ' P. W. Neville (Harden) -12), -P. King (13), 'X». Ar-^ thu'r (i4)* TlfC ioll6wingr will alsb.) accornpa'tiy the:, team: — L. G. Arthur' (ittSfiager); 'W. C. C. Sirtipson (tony pirc); ;W. Siihp'Soti, junr. (alncial scorer). . . ? The WaggS tc'aiii will- be- is. fol lows:^-R. Bifch, G. Dunstin,^ A. G. Reid, R. 'Hamilton, R. L. glazier, Sadieir, E. FitE^cra^d, Hayman, Df. Martin, G. Browne, O. Forbes, and R. Arthur (12): \^A^X'-S.s¥6Citil?$lN6AL. ' TH't following teairi will refiFesen't : Wagga'. Sgkinst StocJ^biftgjfT ASI Bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PURCHASE OF THOROUGHBREDS. ANNIVERSARY CANDIDATES SOUGHT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

..ot Tsmmws, v . ? ' brhds. :Aitij#BRSAS:Y AlNDID ATEiS . SOUGHT?. STDNTjy, Wedaegda^..^; ' The En-fiflish thoroughbred market ? ?' hisrteen practically clo'sed : agSTngt' vAUU?die buyers. This is probafty SresfKinSibTc for Mr. J.' IT.' ; HfiMfc', : iifeitig commissioned bi-. .a^i ,1^1'diah) sportsman to buy .eiliier ' J^t^af6'i;- Kennaouhair. or Gloaminir -if.'-thbv; V-' -tice^oi^Qe. »- The^^^f off-^blaroi., ''*. - wais; approached^ biit refused' to sell, ' /'? add. it is doub'tful_l^;:tlie'6wner£^ ofj ? jt' - 1 ^eniiaquliair would /.part with '. ' the j '?.9 hj-rse. It' is .expected a io,ooo . guineas offer .wHl ' be niad e for

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919

COMING SHOWS. / . . Kiajjia, jMuMy-2's, 26l add: 27. ;'? and' 14*! ' t ? r. p ? ~ ;ana ' i$. ;'.^yra--^«t-r«iSry. i8 and 19. . .,.^'^iree^iCTfuary 19 and so. Milt-3K— February ' rg and 20. CpX's Harbor — February 19 and 20, Wbljongong^February 30, 21, 22. j -^^eo^?ebroary.2s.ana'26. . . 1 '? , e b rua'ry 26 and 27. 1 ? ? ^rTrfllla— Kl»hriiarir' ?e '.9fi and « 'Iflverell— February 25, 26 and 27. ' 1 Dorrigq— February 26 and 27. V, .. iRjopeilsoB — February 26 and 27, 4 /Nevyiias'tJe— February 26, 27 and 2§.; '? Bafiiurst^-'March 4, 5 and 6. 4; 6. :. '-i ' ..'Be^t-Marc^i 5 and 6.- ^ ?Billingen— March 5 and .6. . ^ . ..:'. ; Braidwood— March 5 'and. 6. i : .11 - Eljnpt-^March 5 and . 6. . , ? .,'}? . is. '? ! .-??i r . i m j ^ ^~7i-xa» tp Ai ana iz. '?; ??: : ana 13.'' ? '„»»v 12 abd 13. ' : '?''^f^Ucca^liarch :ii:atia i3. ' - -- $mnbarjimba— March 14 and ig. P'£v^; : OjMfe— Jittrchfig, 1$ and 14. \ ,? H? .JWrortrMiM:a, ? t4'and 15.' ' - - 13, 14 arid is. j, , i8, 19 and 20. March 18,^...

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