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WAR CHEST BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
WAB OHE8T BEA3JCH. A meeting /of 'tlic committee of the j ubora was Leld at itessr®. and Wafson 's office cin Tuesday evening, un- 1 der the 'ebalriuansliip of Mr. H. O. Ucath. x Ju. response to n circular re ceived from Mr. -5. Dartj secretary of the Soldiers' Memorial Fund, it was de cidetl to appoint. Mr. .T. S. Dill as dele gate to -meet the 3feiuorial Snl»-eOmniit- ! tee on'JPridav,
EIGHT-HOURS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
EIGHT-HO0BS ASSOCIATION. A special' meeting of the 'NVagga S Boure Assbtiation was held in the Em pire Hall last night. , . Mr. A. Murrell preside® f^nd there -vas a good attend ancfc:of miemhers.' IjCtters were received from ilr, -5. X)art. liou. secretary of the Soldiers' Memorial - Committee, asking for a: Relegate to. jneet the nieinbers of from thA Albiiiy 8-Hour Committee, in- . -\-iting a representative from Wa'sga Assotiation t-rflie5r gathering on Wed nesday, February 26. Jfr. A. E. Murrell (presideut) was elected as a represen tative on the Soldiers' Memorial Sub committee.
FIRES ON MATONG RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
FZEES ' ON MA.TONG BESEEVE. t Extensive busli fires hiave oecutred during .the 'week on the Crown laud re serve at Matbng. The outbreak was first noticed on Saturday, 'but the prompt action - of the settlers in that district stamped! it but. It broke out again on- Suuday and was again extin guished'. .'A1 further conflagration start ed on-Tnesday and -last' night it was well unde^ c.ontjol and practically ex tinguished.' The blaze was on the north side of thie river and burnt in the di rection of Gaumain. The jSie-fighters did particularly good work in making lire-breaks to stop the progress of the flames and subsequently in extinguish ing them. —
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
'THB Cost of Tfaret Line* in Thil Paper ii 1/; over 3 liaM fid. p *t Use is charged. YXJTANTED, a Boy. — Apply II. Bastian, stationer, Fitzmauricc-strcet. YI^AjiTED, a'&nart Lad for garden. — Apply B.' Nixon, North Wagga. 'ITSf ANTED, Good Cook, wages 30/ ; also Good Waitress, wages 20/. — Ex- change Hotel, Wagga, VIJ'ANTED, Good Strong Woman, look after Old Lady; good1 wages; good home. — L. M. Evans, Wolsclcy Park. VyANTEDj Competent Downstairs Waitress; good wages-— Apply at once, L; J. Cooney, Hotel, Ganinain. YlfANTEi),'a Good Cook; a country ? girl preferred: reference required. ? — Apply to JiTva. a., R Bonier, Annau daylo, Holbrbok. \YTANTEB, an Undcr-Housemaid; ' wages IS/ per week.— Apply Ma tron, Wagga District Hospital. \\T ANTED to Buy, JI owing Hacliinc, 4fifc. . Bin. or 5ft. cut. — Reply C. Condon, Best-street, Wagga. \WANTED, Tenders for jiplittbig and * Eriectiag- about 40 chninB of Fcucing, close , Wagga.— Particular W. I'lirtcll. iyA^ti® Known.— iloustcv B...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
tombsaii yonoBL '? ^liiv Fiipuds of tho Familv of the lati) li«t l^iieral,. to ^avoi'ter late .rcsidoni'.?, %»'Htprlv rii^.r' I^i-strectj THlS D^Y (Thurj duv) tti 3 «.m. \ ? .. r.\v.:-- : j.M'TNTOSH BROS., ? :.vi; : ;'iPoiJfiraI Director#, c; .? ?- Phone 112. Baylis-Btrect, /Waggiii. ^ ,T9»EKftIi»0XI0E. ^HE'I'liehtlK blShC Faially 'of the late . nwv^f rdm'-Ti^ a't'^I,a.Jui.-, nrriyp Jjadyfmitli Ghuieh 3D fz r- ?-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
[?] Tlie High Water lttark M Sale History. SUCH A GIGANTIC SUCCESS HAS NEVER BEEN ACHIEVED. : 1 IT HAS COMPLETELY SATISFIED ' THE MULTITUDE. THE TOWN AND DISTRICT HAVE RESPONDED ' ROYALLY. ,V / ? — ? ' BUT, ALAS, THE FIAT HAS GONE FORTH. ONLY TWO MORE DAYS REMAIN. Since our last communique the Sale has been pur suing its 'meteor i-* career aud it seems a tremendous pity tliat, it should be rut off in its prime. But our word is pledged and from that there can lie no retrogression — SATUKDAY, 25th INST., will mark its demise. THE REMNANTS ARE STILL EVINCING THE GREATEST ANXIETY FOR A HOME. BEING THE SILVER AND EXERT ITS PRESSURE TO THE UTMOST THESE FINAL DAYS. - TAKE THE TIDE WHILE IT IS AT THE FLOOD FINAL DAY-SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. BLACK GARTER ELASTIC, Silk Finished .... '4 id. per yd. MOTH BALLS, Special . . .... .... . . . . jGdi per box. LADIES' UMBRELLAS ...... . . ! . . . . . 3/11 cacb. ALLOVER LACE, 18in.' wide ? ? 1/ per yd. LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE ? 10^d. per pair. ?WOMEN'S...
SELF-DETERMINATION. PROPOSAL FROM ARAB STATES. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
SELr-DETEBMINATION. : / TirbPOSAL PBOM / ARAB STATES. ? (Beater.) . PARIS, Wedneilav. ? , 'Lnnr Feisu1,.iou of the King pt Jled jaz;- is-ut- Paris awaiting instructions from ,li»S' J^ther, concerning two dele gates to represent his. kingdom' at -the conference. An i«iportaut proposal' has been submitted'.' to , tho Pepce Confer viicu.. Jmmt;jv. AUVVJ-vuiuii4Uii Uj si ^gTCHJ fedOration of all. ,tlic Arub. Statesf f roni tho Bed^Sea iO 'the/Pcrsiaii Gnl^ 'free from anv.- ^urlusli SoinSnuJion and tiuv der the protection of : the tinned States. 1.
DOMINANT PRINCIPLES. BRITISH CASE COMPLETED. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
DOMINANT PRINCIPLES. BRITISH CASE COMPLETED. (Bcuter.) v 'VANCOUVER, Wudnesday. While informal exchanges ana pvo ceediugs upon questions arc constitut ing the real difficulties of the Peace Conferonte. various delegations arc fol lowing tho suggestion made on Saturday by M. Cleinenceau and; p'rcpariug' writ ten statements of their views :ou. the. three cardinal Subjects. ? The British case is complete, and was prepared; in London by a special committee, ihclud-; iiig the Dominions' Ministers, advising upon the. questions of, penalties,., the authorship of 1\vaV' 'criirief, and iiitcr 'natioual la_bor. legislation.
ELECTION RESULTS. MAJORITY SOCIALISTS SCORE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
? ? ' I ELECTION' RESULTS. I ' ! MAJORITY- SOCIALISTS SCOIJE Beuter's Berlin correspondent states: —It is estimated that the. Majority So cialists polled' 40 per cent, of ' the en tire rote in Germany. ' The Democrats come next. The National Liberals lost more than the -Conservatives;' Tiie Centrists lost^inore than they gained.' The Democrats may be in a position to form a majority by throwing their . weight to the right or the'1cft. . ! AMSTERDAM, Tuesday^ f ? The elections pt -iluniBh^riiulted :'as follows:— Majority? ^Socialists,;' 100,000; People's Party, 8.5,000; Democrats, 65,000; .Independents, 37, $00; 2vntional Liberals, 0000. , ; At Baden the voting was:— Centrists, 390,000; Majority ^Socialists, 340,090; Democrats, 350$00; :Natibnalsi :S0, 000; Independents, 40,00b. . . ' A message from Berlih''stafes: The cloctioo lcsjilts in«the distrjiotrof Wur tetoburg. aud Uphcnzojlcrn .show that the Centrists obtained lour scats, the Bourgeois and .Peasants ' League - two, the Demo...
TEN FEDERATED REPUBLICS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
TEN FEDEBATED REPUBLICS. LONDON, Wednesday. The new German constitution for sub mission to the National Assembly pro vides federation for the. ten - republics, namely, Berlin, Prussian, Silesian, Brandenburg, i,ower Saxony, Westpha lia, Hessian, Ttliine, Bavaria, GerniaT Austria.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS. ADMISSION SOUGHT BY DOMINIONS. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
LEAGUE OF NATIONB. ADMISSION SOUGHT BT DOMINIONS. PARIS, Wednesday.. New claims,- internationally, charac terised as momentous, will he raised by the British self -governing Dominions in connection ivitli the forming of the League of Nafthus. The Dominions will,, ask. admission to tho league with the Etatus of individual nations, whose sovereignty as far as international af fairs are concerned, shall be recognised, clearly by the world, although tho right of Great Britain to control their foreign relations will be admitted.
PEACE CONFERENCE. PRESIDENT POINCARE'S ADDRESS. INTERESTS OF JUSTICE AND PEACE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
PEACE CONFERENCE. PRESIDENT POINCARE'S . ADDRESS. 1 INTERESTS OF JUSTICE AND PEACE. LONDON, Wednesday.. ? two hundred journalists ouscrvei the opening from ail adjoining room. President Poincare, in his opening speech, at the Peace Conference, said 'You hold in your hands the future of the world. Germany willed to rule by iron: she perished by iron. The Allies won a total victory. 1 11 j the interests of justice and peace it ! now rests with you to reap the full fruits of this victory.. The solidarity whicli united the Allies during the war ought to remain unimpaired during the negotiations and after the peace treaty. The truth as to the origin of the war. which has bathed the world in blood, has already es caped from , the German archives. The premeditated character of the trap is to-day clearly provcd._ Britain. Australia, and Canada made prodigi ous efforts to prevent the war ending in a triumph for the spirvt^pf conquest and destruction. That vM were right to intervene was the s...
INSPECTION OF DAIRIES. QUESTION OF OVERLAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
INSPECTION OF DAIRIES. QUESTION OF OVERLAPPING, The oi'erlapping ,of inspection under the Dairy Supervision Act and the Dairy. Industries Act, was , the subject of an animated discussion at the quarterly meeting oi the executive of the Primary Producers' Cnion in Sydney last weelc. The president (Mr, M'Rae) said tliat lie had been interesting himself in the matter and ,'fcad found that the liinistcrs interest -ed appeared to be anxious to elimin ate the ^overlapping. The bugbear, however, appeared to be the local authorities, the police and the coun cils, but this could.be tasily removed., Mr. W. R. Hindmarsli (Southern Tablelands) . said that it was unreas onable to saddle the' police with duties of this kind; THey had much to do in connection with tfie preven tion of cattle-stealing, and _^t was inecessary for them very often to ask dairymen for information. If they harried' tlie dairymen for minor of-, fences under the Dairy Acts, -they could not expect assistance, and thus many ...
WASTE AT ALEXANDRIA. DETERMINED ACTION BY P.P.U. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 23 January 1919
WASTE AT ALEXANDRIA. DETERMINED ACTION BY , PJP,U. S- . . At the tnpeting of - the Central ?Executive of the. Plenary Producers' ?Union, ?m Syikieyv last week, Mr. L.'J. -Lord : (Tamworth); teported -that. ;in connection M# 4Uie ?-roi)t-Salv that consigners fee ijiarged 3d. per Iruck of . produce forwarded - to Alexandria, in order to raise 4 fund to -pay ? a specjal ' officer-'to guard -aga«n^t wasts by excessive s^wpling ahd- iiilferirffe;, Jje bad 'yistttd jw«r?y all, the, sellings agents, '.''M-CiE't -iift W'.Q , wer^'sralfinffj.tOjTtaake H}te charge ;?f authorised to -60'1-y the consigns | ofej.* :lt w£S t decided that the vj-resi- jdent;iMr.'M^at^:and;Mr. .Lord ? ®on';' signgrft a6ki«g^hein to at^tnorise the