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PEACE—WITH HATE Germany Will Accept YIELDS TO OVERWHELMING FORCE "The Honor of Our People Will Remain" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
PEACE-WITH HATE Germany Will Accept YIELDS TG OVERWHELMING FORCE 'The Hjrcr of Our People Will Remain' PARIS, Friday Evening.— Herr Vor Hauid lias in formed M. C:.'rr:i--r..._-;:ti as follows: — 'I am l!.-!r::.-:od by the German Minister for Foreign Affairs to s'..u-' that the German Government has seen, with eonsten T.irn. from the Allies' last comrausication, that they nr. r.-.-olvcd to wrest from Germany, by sheer force, even ir r!:o i;rrPj-ts the new conditions, a peace which, thoi:-'!: d.-void nf material significance, pursues the j object of tnk.-^ nw.iy tlie hor.or of the German people ' People's Honor Will Remain ' i But t''c; [:'.-c-.[..;e's hon'r will rcranin untouched by any ' act of vio:ri;.-e. I 'The Ger:nap. pcoiile, af'cr the frightful sufferings of the last few years, lark all m car.3 of defending their honor by rxtcrnr.l action Overwhelming Force 'Therefore, yielding to overwhelming force, but with out, on that account, abandoning the view with which it re gards the...
Good or Bad? WHEAT GIVEN TO PIGS Treasurer says it is Reject [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Good or Bad? WHEAT G|VEM_TO PIGS Treasurer says it is Reject r,!t\\r,K. Saturday N.-v — Mr K ? h.'l.l Mr poultry and pig Ice! su.'ubl, tor ni.l.liis. Mr. J. C. 1. Fi'r:u-rl k ( I.' nia.lr. 10-1 tie followiDK r»iily Jr..™ Mr V. s Plsbr (mana»fr M \h- siot : I ttti™t n»-i) v.. recelTed nt firam, td- | i ?:»-? --?Wlih rc-ttrmct Jo Mr. TiitCt t-- , I irrrl.» rrfmrdlng I be uunlllr it v. r,..,i! ' l.ring Bold tor pig, poultry, an 1 nT.-k t'^.l rurposci at Orange and Sy-1 1;-- - th,- »r.iit fa ptackt &t OrsQi;0 cont«(n« tilt r';.'-t« ot Ihp 1818-17 harvcat. an4 n ot ''iN'h'unrcp voul.l It be flt for milling .ry The [.ricca at which thin «t-.i ii | -..H ar' Pis feed, being I In l..««l ?.'..il.'y. nmrh damaged br «er»ll. «? «?! I' r UttR. »n4 povillry feed, ah*^p u*-\ , ? ... Ii. Inc I filer iiualltx. t- ?il P-r \.-c ' ? 1 ?-.irr-rul «ntrli Ii kept orer anr '-f- f'f !j.'IIt q.irillty vbeat whlrh thr ;*;h v 1..TU for F^cori'l-Rrade flour. Th.'r.' .- | l.n»...rr. v. rr little auch »Vn...
Tivoli Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Tivoli Theatre Only five more performances of 'Thin Better 'Ole' will be given st Ibe Tlvoll. On Saturday neit It will be replaced by 'A Meauge From Mars.' which will be revived by a apneiElly formed dramottc organisation. Ineludlna; Grecor MMabon and Elley Mslyon. lu production will do doubt create s cood. deal of Interest.
Snowy Baker's Column Mr. Reg. L. Baker Answers Questions on Boxing, Training Methods, and Physical Culture, and Gives Advice to Athletes Answers to questions addressed to the Editor of Athletics will be published in this column every week. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Snowy Baker's Column Mr. Reg. L. Baker Answers Questions on Boxing, Training Methods, and Physical Culture, and Gives Advice to Athletes Alu»t« to qneationa addreaaei io tie Editor of AthlfUca sill be publlabed in thla column erfry week. ROWER (Newcaatle): I am trytnt to learn rowing In id outrider. Can you tel] wt bow to help kfrp mT balance. A: You should really gel tne advice of aome eipert on Ibi: apot However. I hope tbe following will help you:— Kppp tho bladra rial on tbe water till you bare the boat atesdy and you feel readr. Then lift tbi- bladea off lie wairr fkeeplug lb« blsdea on the Dat to prevent the boat rolling right over, for aa a con «a Bbe roll, luBcleotlr for hladea to drop on the aurta.ee It Itekdlea her), and balance by oelns your kneee. by throwing them ellghily to the opposite tlie to wblcb the boat la rolling, and back again If necnaarr. You mual be quirk with tbom, but It la noaelble «llb prscllcj to alt In tbe boat with -cul!a off tbe water for eome eecond...
Stipendiary Stewards How They Could Improve Racing [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Stipendiary Stewards How They Could Improve Racing Br Mertoa Thf ilipendlarr Bltsard trtlpnj hilt &K It haa mecil the sport from th*.1 dtptbs of eu'^icloti to a standard Mgh r than Id »r,y o'.her part of the nurld. We liaro only to luok Into racing ceiitr-*e not controlled by paid atrwardB. to ret nbucr that are detrtroeotal to the Fport. naming cm ccTcr Aourlah nnrvbeif ur. tll dHlnlen.lcd purtlca cootrol the game ai clewarda. OI ctvurae. It IB Iraneratlrt that cup abjp mro fbould be appoiotr-d to UK'S* porltlooa. ae the locumpetcnt Elontrd It ' thf *rra'.eat danger of l!:e lot. A» tar an New South Walca It conctTD«4. u- j thxn ether reotrre. rar!Ito(«-ir VI,-. I as to the conduct of 4uo kport, owing to j the Innltncr °- tbe ttlpendlarr itcwardt, I pud tbr fact that tber arc not f.Kfo fufflcfnnt Dotrcrc. Nprorthrlrti, »hllt admitting their good xcrk. It muet be pn|ct-d out that In majir direction! the atlpepdlirr ele« irds tliat control ruclnc around Erilner could more In m...
LISMORE J.C. For Combined Meeting Weights for Wednesday and Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
LISMORE J.C for Combioed Meeting Weights for Wednesday and Ttarsday LIBUORE. B*iurday »L|bt -Th* fdlowlni tha local Turt ml Jockty Club. Ir HO or OPENIKG HANDlCrVF. I furlotujt.— Sornr Ml Hi., wra wuia t, iorJ wauRtn «. oannj Hoy T.U, Collar Boi Ml, Amorel 7.12. E)M On U BUdttut 7.1. Tbu : .8. Uurttr Cor a*-»n IX Munllo Oun 7. I-adr 6-ne«ch»l «.T. 0wx*rf-o ???'. MAIDEN HANDICAP. C furlonffl Hale* kua Ht. Brian Moor. M3. Th.K- 1.7, UalTa I.I. UtUHy 1. 1. Mln Jtwoblt I, Randlbronk 1.1), BweM Rt-ck 7.10, Toun* Mali?* T.I, ChfttrtAU qua T.t, Bolilna-lM) 7.0. Vljrm N. 7.T. Bam I a. T.I, Mirronir ?'?-? Thfiirr '. ph«ji P^'! *??'? r'r«*B 1.1. eWDWINTER FANniCAP. 1 furbor jonrvj* ttt Sib. EppUnai I.S. Antt*r»la f. . OoUar Bflx'l'.U. Amorrt T.li,' Eyw On 7.K. IT. *P tTW NOVICE HAXDtCAP, I ftfH.jnf..— Jaromarie }.h. lA. JCMM 8.10, Lndr Cltumnda I 9. Oow lioor* 'j'tt. Tbilwll, Aprrolvc '.3. tulliy T, LJLdf Orli C.li Tfnolatn fl It Warrant C.T. HiaHWEIOHT HANDICAP, I ni|l- M y»rflp. — Belaj 1M ...
IN A Y.M.C.A. HUT Entertaining Demobilising Men [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
IN A Y.M.CA HOT Entertaining Demobi lising Men A vivid picture of the neceaaary place which the Australian T.af.C.A. la filling In demobilisation to-day la given In a recent report from one of tbe ejsocla tlon's representatives at Hurdcott, Wilt shire, England. He tells how originally his hut wai designed to serve a training brigade comprlalng two battalions. Oraq ualiy, however, drafta were sent over to France after Ibe armistice until the camp was left practically empty. Each evening eaw Ins and lees patronage ot ibe bute, wblcb began to have a very cold and cheerless appearance. ?The olhrr an. however.' be adds, 'a draft ot 1000 strong arrived from France, and we became busy again. Gee! we bare been Dticy, changing French notes aod silver, arranging hospitality for men prior to their leave, Sting up a hundred and one little tblnga for them. I have honeitly never seen a ball so packed a. a ours during the few nights when the men were In camp, and one night early this month tbe con...
Bands and Bandsmen Corowa's Great Record [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Bands and Bandsmen Corowa's Great Record [?] Corowa Border Dr»»s DanO clalira lo and patriotic purposes than any olhfr Blmll«r corablontlon In the world, end would like lo bear of acr band tbat tan beat their Gguris Tbe bUBlca pirioJ „, lhflr ,-c,r „ ,L, BJirmg. riify uiwnya conimcuco tliclr work for Iho Imal hospital on the leal continue taib Sunday unill itn y have tonipleled visiting eleven dIOrrunt cen Their work laal apason reacted hlgb ffatlDg £6h7 JSa Id. la ad'ttllou lo wblrh ibcy booked up promleea of 2\'i baea ot wheat. in addition to tbe money collected taat year, the wbem diapoaed of during tbc year from the prrvloiiB yfar'fc promlaca relumed £1116 7e 3d. brlnslns tli« caMh total to £704 5e -d. Aa they get - for £? eubBldy on all this n,oney, tbrlr work wa.a resiionelble for flSSS 10a «o Ubi yeor. They do thplr Iravelllnc 10 tilBcreul **yt, bat taet aea^un nit of thv Irlns bad to be done In a fuur or nve. lorry, and two In motor c&ra (tbe lorry and core bclD~ len...
Fantastic Gowns and Colored Shoes at Royal Ascot [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
Fantastic Gowns and Colored Shoes at Royal Ascot The amillsh Aicbt wu famous for IU s-oaullfiilly*gewaed womea. Sbi decorative color scheme included avery tbaoa In tha rainbow; yet ladlvl duallna. waa the keynote of tbe majority of tha draaaae. Moat of tba frockin* wag fantastic. Clgaaca and acroll ambroid «1e» wan alibanuly iwcd far decorative «eTMt JaOa, carlaa, tana, and ?aa-graeia were tbe gaoat popwlar colon, aad band baja ot tba atftaf fanlaaUe dealgn, oa wall u paraaoU. anaUhtd the color of Ibi gowu. a fashion art at Aacot, wblcb may Be come papular, wan Ik* wearing ot differ aat -Morw4 tboa*. . Wonjea waarinl V.natUa Was aad lUa trcati drewea bag Sold aad p»trjr-a««orad shows : bat. with al, taar* wu no JrapetlUoo of cut or «e alga.' «ach woman selaoted Ue material, Dr. aad attja taat b*M aultad bar par tlealar obartna. - Ai aaa amart Parlilaa ?tinankar Jaw» aatW: -5k»oot wu amart: taFwatemeatk it. #11 wa» atepliyad tbt wtvlMlda) «C the'womta's oaaractera. None Masai to bow ...
Forthcoming Events [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
forthcoming Events 1 1 Cl: i i 1 « , 11 1 «e U \ea\li at 1 ' TI.. I. - r : rvo mil I k , W I nc ? I V m\ '.',', I VBT Sprlne r.iniliuls Tlio lmpo-t.il Cupn, '111 l.i- Iimim! mi !UI* ilny. ' held on July 1-. SK ei.-nts ne.-d the nl re receive.! liy th'.. te.r. taty. Mr. W. I. Pavln, at 111.- odl. .-. 11. lin.mi llnlljlne. 1 I Thursday for the New Souili Wales Tmt- | tine ritil/a ni.ctliic. in |.i- hrlJ at Kpnlug on Monday. July 11. Mr. 11. f. Hunncr ftt ihi* flfllce, Tatt4-r«fill-B Dwinlbere. 20 rill-alreel. City. The next me.'iliiK nl the New 5nnlh %V»l/-» Tr.ittlni: Pluli »lll lie li^ld -m M»n dpy ii.M ill 5 n'clock lit the office. T.it lcr».1ir.i I'luimhers. :ol I'll! ali-ccl. Clly. Caliashan'a klcklnB »a- the featuro of the North Pydney-Annandale Lcacuo Eatcb at .N'ortb Sydccr yetterdar.
The grand total invested in the paddock and in the larger reserve was [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
TJio cipnil total invested In the paddock and In the Lr^er mtm -?? .1491 15. ? I.. iw.,:hrr ih.uch line. h»d ? rcisu. .??: HI the -i-t.ir two. F»or.| ot !?? -r ? ? . r.-i. r '.I ib.- 1lnr.il' Ha. . I »as Mi. I .'..i'. r .he lM-,iktii3W- n «.-? ...I : !v;, I :, loF,;IE ,|a) W|iu the The Racing ih- 'iii'i.-iiv ):»..?. J.-...HH .mm iu,».r n lid l.n -KinE f.ir Frlg.iip inrd riic Lit rice. T.u.ili.. had an olijeillon :o in. firm Junui. v. lil.S, «.» ,,Ifo r.iul ii, S'C'I at the Jumps in such a green way as to (on easily hy five Knglhs. His b-'rkcrs j u.iv in doilL'l lllilll he il-ar.-i ill.' I :i r- '- J t ' * 'h .'-' ^'t 'Th*' W ' *?' i^.'intliitli'-l1 h' ' nipi. roi-don i:-i-i,-.- «c» :?.?; inpiiii fur- ] tli. r hn.k. «hili' II. 'Mil lliv.liiiss ris n l,r..'-d. ' Th!t: »iu Sj/.ril n.' ll«.-i/rs Cr-I i;i v In. h lie sinoil of! ..ml ii.-?niiHi. I Tii.-:u King's Gilt erlilliiR h:iF \. Liny nl n... . »!l!i|| m m.-lul In b:ii, li. .' v . . n -h v. mi,?. Tlio loikt-yn »hi' r.iinr- I,. ..ir-:...
Record of Yesterday's Sporting Events Kensington Races Macthos and Halston Win four favorites Score [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 29 June 1919
? Record ot Yesterday's Sporting Events ? Kensington Races MactJios and iialston Win four favorite Score Tbt pour meeting at Kenalngtoa y.e u.-Jr,T utlracttif about MOO penoni. Mil r::« »ere run. the Iiiorlte' eelzellun Ki-tliDg come on four occaefonf. Tbe racing -n mtereaUnf. tad aome ot Inn fr/ates were kctnli fought eat. t« ,':i--3 CH.K! 10., of retch £18SI vu tk.en In Ibe I'lilJotk, and £4544 In Ike Tiit denarii hid a Utrlr buir time. ?ni Iraued Ibi following report*:— (1) An Ir.nalrr «' U\d lota el!efe4 latertcreace In Hit KtoBlogtoo Handicap. It »u A'.- ' ti.ifj la ciirrnd. H. curran, tbf rifler ut I'aragenK and II. Slockdale, Ui- rider or Crlmroo end Black, for three moolht. for -«rrl.i« rldinf (») An Inquiry ns I held luta tbf runnlnc o( Jack Mtnli la liu U.I Knna'lcap. It «u 4*clfl«d to dle n'UlIlT tlir oner «od trainer. T. J. H'Nvnarl, tti-j rider. A.. C. Thomaa, aud t£c ooric for (veitt tnoatbi. The RKSg Thi Maiden Handicap -u ran In 4i»l arcnt, eleven ilarllof In the bra...