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IN POLAND. A CRITICAL POSITION. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

JN POllANO: A *CR JTICAL VOSitlOK. .'. , ...... PAJHiS, Wednesday, Th*c s.ituatjou at.^osen is.cxtrciuely critif al. ?_'.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPLAINTS BY CANADIAN SOLDIERS. MONTREAL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

COMPLAINTS BY; IGAiiAOVAN SOLDIERS. ?????It.- ?'?. ? li^'TuAHUJfAV : .; MONTRteAL, Weducsday. The Canadian Goveriiincnt has opeued' an inquiry jnto.Uio lec^it.cpjuplaiuts.of Veturniiijr soldiers thai they were given rotten rfnod and subjected, to grafting aboard Atlantic .traiispprts.',' '.'._ '.'? . . ? '.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICANS STUDY BOLSHEVISM. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

awericaws stjupy; BOLSHEVISM, f/ PARIS. Wednesday. ' ?' The United States delegates |d;ihe peace conference .have .giv-}ii. -.serious attention to Bolshevism thisi:;weclc. The progress of the Russian .? Bol-, sheviks in' Poland and Eslhoiiia Jiqs/ t been carefully watched. and.theV^deJc gatcs are conferring with the' Pjilvsh representatives. ?'_ '' - '~ ^ ', . ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELGIAN REPARATION. SATISFACTORY CONFERENCE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

BELGIAN REPARATION;! SATISFACTORY CONliiBENCE. LONDOK, Wtdnesaay. Three leading Belgian. Ministets have returned! home entirely satisfied with tlie result of the conference with, the Colonial Minister. ' They, eaid: ?'J2ie financial -arrangements for the recon struction of Belgium 311 th'e.peudiug neucc t.rcatv, and the payment of . tho German-indemnity, are TBatisfuctorj-.-.'Wc wish to prescrs;e absolute integrity. Our colonies and African pobsessiouacaii only be gicat as ' the ' ejpoiiomic ? 'nnii;' moral condition of the pijople is ste.adH.v improved.' . ' * .;?.-'?''?.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN'S LABOR LEADER. (Reuter.) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

BRITAIN'S LABOR jLtA^ER. (Beuter.) .' ...'.-'. ' VANCOUVER, Wednt'sday: Mr. J. H. Thomas; 'M.P.. secretary of rthe Railwaymcn's Unioii, succeeds Mr Arthur Henderson in' the chair-., manship of the Labor party: '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. ALBURY v. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

SpG)ii^-j;« ALStray y. vjaogaJ ? ,^|| ,?? 'A± the Wagga Orickfit Gi'p-anai^|-!|j^ today « mntcli AvaS.r.byc^i^l^S^^fs teams rcprescnlinjf ??Vf.agga-finfl.VAOi^fJ'j^ Albury, won tlier.tosh niil clqctexl*tp?ba}i S? Tooy '-wcro dicims-sed f or- S&.&ifc!!WSegi&'0 replied with 13j», thus ^yiIbi^^g ou^S ' first JuwTigs.1 Albury; on tli-t-socoiiit'^t'j.;; t«nipt, *foicA:;i'd3. -for the Ijiss -i'f 7 wickets. Fnllow-iiignre {he Books:— . MiTlVJit.^*- irirst Innings. .:,,. S. -Birtles, j- Knid ?..-' ..: '..: -?; ?? ?»1 '.-P. Ei. Anderson. 1- Rei'.t -. -.. ..::?? '?'!,-,** S. Thonnan.'c Mircli. 1, ]-. Hamilton -SO C. Carrick, 1j Hejd .. .. -- -...?.??. 3 E. Hore, not out .?? ». ?? v«. »?: «'.'!&. T. Haywood, li.H. Hamilton -. — -U '?'; ?.. .1. Moir. c BalciRh, 1- Beid ?: ?? ... jv '' B. Bingliam, c .aniii «- !?? IfaTnllton .iH h. fite«-art, -? Birch, 1- U: Hamilton J2 J. Hamilton, h Haleifi'l! .. .. ... -. -.'i- C- Ilarri^. li HamUton -. -.. ?..- «?? - 1 Total ?...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

W. H. WHEATUY, . ^ AUCTIONEBB, STOCK 'Boa , . STATION AGEJJT,. ^ ] GOOLBUBNi '-.'- 1 { Sales -of F«t and Store jBtock held &t : GOULBUEN Every WEDNESDAY. Good paddocks handy to Saleyard* ana Eailway. ? ? ';'?'-' i ; .? ? ' . V : -f Good cftmand/ for all claisei of Stock, ?'? ^ ?'.,. -?? ..BALES WOB, 10J« *l ^ .-?:'? iBcitiae V ' % ,'- 638,007 'SH3EEP » T | ^ 102,7si:' OATTIiB. ^ ' 1, I Letters «nd Telegrams EBCCiv«l j Prompt Attention, ; M Account Sales nod Ohcijuc day after M Stte.- ' '?-. . ? ?: .?: ..;. *| 00. ' ? '!'?. '.'.?' ?'. .-,?, ?'?. '1 ?* ' Btflhch .Office:— :, ,.; 'TE J WHEA*TLEV & GDIiBK^ * 1 WigRft ?Wagga. '.':;; 'I f DEBIBB^^opfx^o9?uliU6-M ^J , Wagga and District timti liftve I OPENED; A CYGtBDEPOT in ^ATT- 'f J IjIS-S^BEJET, opppsitp. South Wagga / 'J Post r$jffl^B.i'-. _'. .'A3l^ *%cle,': flna^Qos a SU Olaflfe's^f EppaSftiPjomiitV B*e- 1 «nted rftt'-eiibrteSti Niitico- by^flallM 1 «WteBl^;:---..vf-..^.-.-r-?' -s:.uf ;';f V J 'W^^^iU»':Ja^GWBS''^«a ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ARMSTRONG, 162 NOT OUT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

VICTORIA v. SOUTH ACSTEAsMA, ? AHMSTBOXG, 1C2 NO3? OUT. MEL'BOTJfysiTr.'Wean-rsaS.r. ' ' A match between-' Victoria -and Souti AtiEtraiia was commenced' i-o-ctay on the Melbonfne OrjEtet Olnb's'GiounB.. Pol lowing were the scores:— : VICTORIA— Krtf. Innings. C. Kcirnan, llnv. h TVhifly ? 0 . ?TV. Sewart, e, Hill, 1- Iiundel! 5. ..16 P. J?.Le Contenr, h Hundcll -«??-..? -ww.J'S Ij. Keating, e Uiolinrtison, 1- liridgc man .. .. ..- .... -. ?.. ?..';.»1- X. 8. J?ansford, c. Richardson, , b Bridgeinan .. .. .. .. .. .«'?? 1^- P. Baring, c Townscnd. h Kidiard'soa 8 J. Ellis, l) Whiffy ?.. .. :.-.- -. ,.' 0 J. Rydor, T.b.w.. b WJiilty .... ... -S Gj Truman, b Hill ? :.. - Z4 E. A. M'Donald, b Richardson .. S W. Armstrong, not out .. .. .. ifc Sundries .. .. .„. .. .. ..? -» 3G Total ? ???»: 374 Bowling:. 'Wliitty S for 77, Richardr son 2 for 58, Rundcll 2 for 117, Bridg man 1 for S-. Hill 1 for 7. ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA.-r-First : ' inning-i. . . R. Townscnd, !-? -M'Donald .v,i;!''j?- D. R. A....

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. H. DAWSON. SOLICITOR AND SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

1 ? »i— -,.... . a... , „ ? J DEATH OF MR. H. DAWSON. SOLICITOR AND SPORTSMAN. After aii illness of over two years' duration, Mr. Henry Dawsou, senior partner jof the firm of Dawsou and Herford, solicitors, Sydney and Cooma, died at his residence, Ballall aba, Hcrbcrl-strcct, DulwicK Hill, on Wednesday morning- at 3 o'clock. Kor over a year Mr. Davson had bec.i unable to attend to his business. The late Mr. Henry Dawson was born at Cooma 69 years ago, and was a son of the late Mr. Robert Dawsou, of that town, who arrived in this State in 1838; andwho was for a period ex ceeding 40 years police magistrate at Cooma: Mr. Dawsoli was articled tc. Mr: Btrnjarniu Lipscombc, solicitor, of Cooma, and was admitted to prac ticc'in 1873.- ? He established himself in iSydncj1- about 30 years ago, and after practising for about ten years. His' artieJcd clerk, Mr, Stephen Mans field Hcrford, joined him in partner ship. The late Mr. \V. P. Crick scrv. cd part of his articles under him. Mr. Dawson ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESSFUL BORE. HUGE FLOW OF WATER. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

., SUCCESSFUL BORE. . HUOE FWW. OF WATER. .. ? ADELAIDE, Thursday. It is reported from Anna Creek Sta tion, near Lake Byre, Contral Australia, that water has beeu struct at l?50 feet and' that the bore' was yielding water at tie i-a'to of a million, gallons per day. The . discovery has opened; up a large tract of country for «hcep and- cattle, uhich lias never hitherto been stocked owing to. the absence of waterholes.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

keww, H, A. Batraciougli, LM.i thV Jionrpe; »nd', Newcastle, visit this towa' *t,rcgalariBrjodE-r-tlie dates A-ei&c &d- WBtUB^p'y^t^tii aavince. Their'wide ?: txperience ,*nd' recofijifc«a »kni in the

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERE TRIFLES. EPILOGUE AND PROLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

MERE TRIFLES; - ' By 'CHIFFONMER* EPILOGUE AND PBOE60UB. ? Goiic, uuij whithcrl — . , '? j The year that brought black dread and dawu oC peace, ?????? Fear for the morrow, then the light ened' .heart. , ; A curtniu dropped that hid-waj's horrid' mimes, And from the ivinss a thorus bearing palms. The river 'that flowed1 rod is crystal clear, ' ' The sword is sli'cathcd, the helm is east aside, Dread diapason dies, celeste sings swtct, Fate tit the organ scat Uus changed his theme. Here, and for what? — The veil of future slowly draws apart, So slowly that we never sec beyond; But we advance and know the things that are, - - Oiiuc shrouded iu a future that is past. The dawning year briugs hope of things to be, , - ' But hope builds little, 'tis an atmos phere.: 'Tis work that shall accomplish, liuncst _ work iVionc shall realise tlie world's true peace. Once it was, What shall we do with our boys? More lately tlie problem lias been. What shall we dc with our girls? To-day the problem ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN'S DELEGATES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

BRITAIN'S DELEGATES. V' . LONDON. Thursday. ' It, ie announced, that Viscount liard iug, Sir Williain Tyrrell. Sir.Louis Ma5 lett, Sir Esine Howard. JSh- Ealph Taget aud Sir Ertio Crowe have ibeeii selected as part of the British peiieeydelcga:1 tion. TJiey arc Jeaviiigr in Safurday' for Paris. ? ? ... ?:''.„'' ;-;.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNMENT PROMISES HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

GOVJSKfcTMENT PEOMISES HELP. The Chief Sccrotary^Mr; ft. W. Fuller, the representatives of about 50 Xcw. Zealand girls, who arc stranded in S.vtlL ncy anil who ore going liojne by the Durham, that tlie Government would give them fiuauda] assistance during their four days At Brisbane,, aud if needed, would arrange matters will) tlie Queensland G-overumcut. It is cvptetcd that about 53 women ouu 7y m«u will travel \)y, the steamer, '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE CONFERENCE. OPENS JANUARY 30. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

PEACE .CONFERENCE. OPENS JAmTAKY-30. . ? . ' LONDON. Thursday. /. The 'Pall Mall.'.Gaette' Bays tlie Peace Conference opens on January 30.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS DELAYED. INQUIRY INTO SARDINIA CHARGED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

SOLOIERS DELAYED. - lN^JIEY INIO SARDINIA -. ' ' CHAEGEfl. '?'-'. '? ... STDNEY, Thursday. : Returning. sold Jcrs pu 'BV.'lirt. vvei-o due I'kt noon- jtp-diiy, lbu^pwing to traiji delays th&'tnvU did not ieaeji the ci'y till -thUfaf tjDrnpou. The military autli-. pfUic's w}li'At''«iice comnicnce. a thorough ' iarestiga'tipii'j'iito tiio soldiers ' ullcga- . tipus in cpiinqctiou' '.. with . the rsteamcr Sardinia, -tout H is dpubWul-Jf 'the in qttiryT.w.HlJbe ;.opejl«d.jg:tho,pub)ic.:: ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATISFACTORY RESULT. DR. WILSON'S MESSAGE. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

, SATISFACTORY RESULT. .DR. WILSOX'S -MESSAGE. . fBenter.V YAXOOUVEB. Thursday. The London 'Eyeuing Xews' sayei I)r. Wilson has sent 'a message to Tiee Prcsideiit Marshall. assuring the people of -the Uaiited States _ that he has ar rived at a satisfactory agreement \vitli prance Innd Britain with regard to ar laugeme'uts for- the preliminary peace deliberations. -'-.;'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARING THEFTS. SHEEP KILLED AND STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

PAflING THEFTS. SHEEP KILLED AND STOLEN. There have been numerous com plaints made to the. police in Wagga in connection with missing sheep and poultry from paddocks and fow! runs, so that for some tune past certain persons who fell under suspicion were quietly kept under surveillance. ??? On Wednesday night, Constable J. Royal, who is stationed at North Wagga, saw three men leave in a sulky and drive along the Xaraiidcra toad. He tollon-cd, and when about four niiVcs out, he saw the three men cuter a reserve' and catch a sheep, which they, killed and skinned. The skin was thrown into the lagoon and the men loaded the carcase into the sulky. The sheep was the property of Mr. William Robinson, of Gobba guinbalin. The fowl run of the same gentleman w^s next visited, and there the haul consisted of six live ducks, which were also placed fin the sulky. After sx-me further ramifications, the men returned, and when close to their homes iu Xortit Wagga. Con stable Royal arrested them and l...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL TO LONDON. PRESIDENT DEEPLY GRATIFIED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

FAEEWELL TO LONDON. PBESIDEXT DEEPLY GRATIFIED. x (B«nteT.) ? . ,-'-:*'*' LONDON; Thursday. ' JLarge crowds throngea tne route ironi Buckiugliam Palace to Victoria Station and loudly cheered when the process.ion passed. The King anil Dr, 'Wilson ntTfi iu. the. first eswriage, . aud-^he Queei, Mrs. Wilson,; and; Ponces* ^Majy.-rja the second. Dr. Wilson ..inspected ..a. guard of .honor of the. Scots 6uar0f. *-ith aSjaitdof the Irisli Guards.'' drawn up at the station. Mr. Lloyd George.' ilrs.-Hoyd GeOTge',' the Earl and Coun tess of Beading', Ifr. BbnarXaw, Lxird Bobert Cecil. Mr.'Walter Lo'u^, 'tlie American Ambassador aud others fare celled the guests. In the Boval. xwiit ing. room the Countess of Beading pre sented Mrs. Wilson with, a handsome bouqpei. The President's party left in a Sqyal train. A member of President WJikou's suit*', interviewed, taiil the President was extremely pleased -with hi? Wsit to Britain and deeply gratified at the warmth of the welcome every where. ? 'A...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRANDED IN SYDNEY. NEW ZEALANDERS' DILEMMA. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

STRANDED IN SYDNEY. NEW ZEALAOTHBKS' DILEMMA. 8VDNJ3Y, Thursday. The Kcw acalanauoverninent Agency Office iu MflOTe-streot was packed this morning Tviili 2Cc»- Zcalanders anxious to return home but unable to do so owing to the stoppage of the steamer traffic. Many arc practically destitute au-3 others arc losiiijr heavily owiug to their extended absence from fcusiue&s. In. all probability arrangements -will be made tliis afternoon to accept Bii-t and Company's proposal to put on a special steamer.

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