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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.—JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

£ -:: OU^EisDAR TOR THE WEEK. ^V-*:^'-'-^ .:. JANUARY. ^?.; fT PHASES OF THE MOON. .*'-,., v New Moon, 2nd, at 6.24 p.m. .;/ ; : ifirst Quarter, 9th, atS.SSPm ^ ;: rJfjilL^tppn, iuth, at 644 p.m. ?:;vt 'i'v-tLABt'.Qa^rter, 24th, at -2,2a jtjn. &i,\ ^ Perigee, nth, at 8.12 p.m. ^ '?'?? ? V '{ .^Apogee, :24th, at 9.24 a.m. ^-U-.- '???'?''' ; '??? ; - Sun Rises. Sets. Jr.: , Saturday, agth .. .. .. 5.25 7.51 fi ','.?' Sunday, 19th.. '.'. .. .. 5.26 7.51 !£''? Monday, 20th ........ 5.27 7.50 '.' Tuesday, 21st, . ;. .. ;. ? 5.28 7.50 ?'? ??? Wednesday, '2Sn'd ...... .5.29 7.49 ;'. , Thursday, 23ra ., «'....- 5.31 7.49 ? I'iiday/sith ? S.32 7.48 v' ?? '.,- . THE ? WAGGA DAILY AC VfRTISER. ? / . . . ' This is true liberty, when freeborn men, *-?'? Having to advise the public, may epeak :. free. ,' ;. ?'.. ..... —MILTON. , TRIDA-Yi JAliuATRY, 24, 1919.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUNAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

? ' ?^'v'V;:5;;/;»trNAWAY. ? Some excitement was caused by a run- - nWay In, iio^piiyu: about 9 o'clock yes terdayJjnoTniijg. . 'A h6r6c attached to a vegetable fcaVtbeionging to a Chim-Be liawker h^Jbecn left staudiug in front of Jfr.'SiiicV* barber's shop, Gur-K-oofJ-' street,. SifbitC:1ie owner Was attending to custonierB. * A passing motor car si a riled .the animal, which made off at top *p'eed^ti& cwner, who .returned just in time to witness the start, following at ijs;.1)e8fc;:*peed. The frightened steed safely;' negotiated lie intersection of Gurwiood ;«nd' ritzmauTiee-streetSj anfl continued; on towards Morth Wagga, hut was. eveMually. brought to n standstill by a 'teamster near Hampdeu Bridge aud restored to its anxious owner. No damage' was done.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF NEWS. CONTROL OF WAGGA BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

'??S^pi^iiws.; .?;??? CONTS&0O& WAGGA jPEACH. It is pfficially, notified Uiat Mt. Robert .jaickson Jhas ieeir apppiiiieo! cawtaker?,.Jjjf itlii: ilresiing sheds «nd .beacntsv;ifi.;cpnncc.i'on' w'^' river bathingr^iliHe^is Waccd. in full con-. trol.'and 'lib instructions must be obcy«d_b^'y;b.atl-crs and otbers. It i'. furtbe'r «6ti0eli¥'thti bathing must cease at ,B o'clock each evening.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

11 0 W- 'tllfi:^lS^^6F ijgr;L'^^}*^'?^13^^l1J ^3PX^JH^^lLQ-3;ci's,unj3^a'ej?aaft ;pl J Mr.'v^.'-»M.'-- Wilson,' ^avc'-'.bWff ?atSplted.:&iV^(S^f.yiv,n;*e.. ?VHohait- Cup.': :-J*n-.:W3ls.on.-w»fl.rthe:i:ace..''itt' ,1908 Jwith; AdtnSrcV ;ani';)ji./9l2 rydti) ?l'laycl,- aii^s'Ws'wivs'-BSpftis&S^tives ; this ,j;car-.have .bccnt a!i6fte(i'.'9.f, it/ ? vi-oulrt appcar-thatiV$e:,hap '^tij^^f a trpoii chance of staking the Cujvagair,.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAINING NOTES. PALM LEAF'S FINE GALLOP. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

;.; .?;? TEA3pi^fl^rQTES.';'r .'?? ' : PALM LEA^^INE-'OA.tLp'P:.' ' , -rriiWcilinaf^ilbps .^.a't: UiiiawicTt* Ha{{ ijt^o^iiieajjthj, o\yr;isjx (furlongs in i.ii?J^,;:f .Mirciiage .aiid.ai-cosvpiaioaj 'piit.'in.!-etea^^acmg; for.,S ilwHcifliiSii Bqc Xecpujited for -nine furioggs- ^ a ? itpapy, 3?a-:e, 'moving:. freeljr^jVwJvile' i'ialni'X.caT rah ' five 'fiirlprips mV.-£2.: 'E6 ?aVpcara'ticlsr she. yKtuKI .ao.tvfcata toer^alJenkcStatcs.'y'ei^tJ&)V'.:l5fJi^. record tas^osfr1 I**'11 ? '$i@ten -; ' ipnee ijrfoj-e..: vSa!;i|ir3-^,agdfEfe|iJ5'ftliiJiGlIi Sfae'HvSpodc .accouiiifi!j|or.;.5^vi?n: ljir iongs in. =13^ ; and^ (Bear' led:.' ^rfolki py/pr sue l^tlgngsiin'' iJSjJL': ? '&fg% ^~ fc^a jah^ ^AjpaafeiScrc; iiov^wjyl, :;«f t-Jn&d:- -toTg«tet»5er;; .^ii13?^!?? ^P ^^^pS^JisiSiPsr^etlia] :8^tfj45'^ iinisliingvrjse^wj jc^Btits ia.?«dnaaw. .Greg ,«*.n^' a*ii* JErpid iKe-inptd ;.:pp'stj at^i steady jjai.t and increase^; \~^s speed as'.'Ke''jji«gr«ssed.; -Xhe: Iqst 'sev...

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LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

?' 'jf' XA^jFEST JM6T3^II«3. ' ;;- . : '? ? ??:i-*r . ? c^ ? ^YDNifey. TboTOSw. ?'? ?v'jFjfiaJ acceptajicesdidoot affect -the. ?c^ndjaatjCSl now/rankun. tne- foilo'Vrin^,1 ?of perii-A'r ies, * PaifeiLeaf ? ; ..'SJ^lriey. l&fflVel^V-BalBwnaijiglit'Eviy.r.Wil.- ^ie* 3Ploma,- ^ Darne, Acre. NorJiurj', Jjimeter, biiell i^ioci:. Monrs, y«a«s ?tor, .Kaipai. 'Kirinagjiriair, Aranap;..;. : 'Anniv-ersarjr--'-iuiatatibii8 were -. alBO, practically ,ujjai^c^f .? Followins is' ?the prd'er 6FcaniMa*es: Creg. ?ift*;cV Vfflx'cVa.. 'Bee.' '.Pfcast: JBoy. fi»st .cp4rt. .Garibalidi, ''? Salary. Irinaiark, ;'KeniJera/' ^iu^^^atrv. ? ;,; ' '-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

'THE Co»t of Thn* Lint* in Tbi» x Paper ii 1/; oV«r S liAM Od. p« tint i» charged. ? - VyANTED, a Smart Lad for garden. — . Apply Ji. Niion, Kortli Wagga. . \ WANTED, a Boy.— Apply H. Bastiau, stationer, Fitzmaurieerstrect, ' VJ^ANTED, Smart 'TM|y WaitroBs| good .wages,-— Hive Tea Booms, Baylisst.' VyAKTliD,- a, Pantrymaid.—Apply : , Scott's Australian. Hotel, Wagga. ... yiTANTED, Good Man witU Plant, to ' Clean out Tank, about .700 yards; . elos«. tVagga.— Win. Purtcll. lyANTBD, Experienced -VaitrcsB; good wages and easy hours. — George Tea- Rooms. ^ ? r YVTANTEDj Competent Dowustairs ? Waitress; good wages*— Apply at once, L. -J. Cooney, IlotcJ, Ganmain.' WANTED, au Uudcr-Housemaid; wages 10/ per week. — Apply Ma trou, Wagga District Hospital. ? \VANTED, Bricklayer to repair and ''donic uiidcrgrouud lank and brick sheep dip.— Apply G. Kingston, French Park. ? v ? \VTAKTKD to Buy, 3-yard AVJiccl Sceop. — State price and where 'in spect, to 'Contractor,' care (his office. WANTED to ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERE TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

^V/S^K^BS& ? ;;:;J -;;:;; ?? .?? i By -CHIFFONNIEfc' ..! ^?'?Boyalty isii't what it was. In spite of tbo £3,000,000 worth of gold plate produced;: fit; Buel^iugiuijlu Palate for fresIu^nt^wiiBoiiW.iaUleatiouiAve liave Ibst bin- dasli. PriaciSss Patricia's jewels were atoltn by a dishonest fpjt-. man tbe*otUor. day — it's' generally the dishonest peoplo who do these, things. And at Bow Street 'it was swortf iu cviilenco .that1 they were .worth £Cd; Oh, tlio glory that'was Bomc. And now comes -the story jo£ ;fh© Tihico of Wales playing Us'O-uy -witU tuo Australian sul dicrs. Wliieb is cause and which is effect f I've visions ofa field of. elotli of gold, Of roj-al knights iu armor oil embosE-jil, With jewels that were a glory.ro behold, For which a liiugdom 's treasures wore weir lost'. When stately daaics a.stutoly meafiure Ami t'ourlicrs elalkcd in doublet ant! iu hose, Aud-eaxiU auOi aU \\Hk costly bluffs wore laecd — Where arc -our glories to compare ?with those! . ' ?? ? ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE MR.M'GARVIE SMITH. ESTATE VALUED AT £28,739. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

LATE 'MR. M'GARVIE SMITH. ESTATE VALUED AT £28,739. SYDNEY. Thursday. The estate of the late Mr. John ? M'Garyio. Smith', founder' of llie J M'-Garvic Smith. Institute, has been ? valued for probate at £sS,73')- Tes tator confirmed the loan of £10:000, without security, and- the ultimate giit thereof, to the' institute trustees, made between testator and Hoii. T. Waddel), Hon. A. E. Hunt, Hon. .1. Ashton, M.L.C., Mr. W. F. Latiracr, M.L.A., Mr. K. L. Cudmore, and Hon. \\'. A. Holnian.. M.L.Ar, for the pur pose of the formation and .promotion ' 01 the M'Garvic Smith Institute and the' carrying out of the necessary tests of. .the matured spore of anthrax vaccine, discovered and .perfected by him. Testator declared that if from any cause, llic institute should not be completely 'established-, or should it be wound up or dissolved, such part . of the trust premises as were not iy his trustees. under the provisions of the will, should, be jieid in trust - for the Slate pi New 'South -Wal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAILORS AND SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. MEETING OF WAGGA SUBBRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

i^ioipl^D^iiERS'' r '????;-.;30EAisUE,o:^:-'- ?:?? MEETING OF WTACK3A feUB BRANCH. ,,-..? i ( ' '? '. ? -'? '.-V' .?'? .- ' '? 'A meeting of . the- Wagga Sub- .'?' brandi.of the Uciurncd Sailors and Soldiers' League of' Australia was held at the To«;ii*Hall last night, Mr. J, A. Mulholland, president, being in tlic. chair; -???',;'' A letter was read from Mr., A. J, Kcnncall}-, accepting, the- '?position of honorary auditor to the sub-branch, and it was decided to write in reply,, thanking him ior his i-r6ttered ser vices. The president stated that Mr. W. L. Shaw had notified iiim |)crson ally that he also would act as honor arv auditor: There being no other nominations, Mr. P. H. Trimble, who. bad been acting temporarily, . was appointed nernianciitlv hon. secretary, the mo tion being carried by acclamation. The president then intimated that it was competent and desirable that the sub-branch should send suggestion', in the form of resolutions tor the consideration of the conference...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. FINANCIAL SESSION. IMPORTANT COMMONWEALTH PROPOSALS. EMPIRE WAR DEBTS COMMISSION. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. FINANCIAL SESSION. IMPORTANT COMMONWEALTH PROPOSALS. EMPIRE WAK. DEBTS COMMISSION. - MELBOURNE^ Friday. The Premiers' Conference resumed its. sittings to-day and finance was discussed. ' Mr. Watt, referring to the per capita payments of 25/ by the Commonwealth to the States, said the provision was that surplu.5 rev enue thould .go to Ibe States, 1 b'Jt actually therfe was never any surplus revenue. . , Mr.. Walt alluded; to 3hi gronring financial liabilities 'of Pf Commonwealth. He intended asking tlie Federal' Parliament to order that, on the expiration of tlie present Sur plus He.vc.uue Act in ig20, the pay ments to 'the States be diminished1 at the rate of 2/6 }-erjicad p'f population eacli year until the total anuual 3-ay- meiil to the Stales readied 10/ per' head. He proposed to ask Parlia ment to fix thai payment for ihe of that time. In other words, start ing at 'the end of the period durinij wliiclLlbc Act guaranteed 25/ a head, tl;t diminished payment ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION. MEETING OF MALEBO COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

REPATRiATiON. MEETING OF MALEBO COMMITTEE. '.??' A meeting of the Mnlebi) Auxiliary Committee was hold 011 Saturday; 'Jatt :, in (lie Mulc'bo School. Tlie- attendauce. was fair, aud 3Jr. Flokbei1 {cbaijman) presided. . ? . . :- . :. ,/ . ? Before jwouecdiug ta busiijcss, - tne ; oliaii'iuan .spoke culogistieally of stiie late Mr, Alkk. Smith, nnd ,was wicJl1 supported , by Mr. Tibeiiudo..- Mr. J?let-/ cljci'.iiiovcG.that this juonnuittee teuacr its iiiicerC' Bylnjjallir \v5tli Tii?...KmitU a»iV. faniily, flint aUo its apprcciutWn. :\ of tlioJine work the Jate Mi'. . Suiitli liui doiib, 'Jfr., Tlbcnudo seconded, and '? the riiotionj'.^Y'Uli.flll members «tandiug,. was t'tttrjed in silouce. ?. ?;;' -fr, .^ea^iugS' inpTcd tkat Mr, and;. Mrs. Peacock .!--* eo.ugratulatud by iWs. coamiitte* ioij' Uic distiuctiou gainoi at Hie fjoiit 'by';ti!pir^ou,'Pic. Ashley P*a coo):. ... JWjc - eliii jrjaiin ,sj)oke. eyiniuiciii-. iugiy. ol Uifc young soldier; Mr Tilipaudo, sobomlBi},'' vniul iiijp.1...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRISONER IN GERMANY. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

PRISONER IN GERMANY. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER'S STORY. Private K. J. Skcwts, who was wounded and taken prison by the Germans in July, 1916, has written from Ripoii Camp. England, lo his sister. Mrs. J. J. Mumford, Esplanade, WasriM. as follows: — ''You can guess how one feels ivith his fool on good old English soil, after spending two years and four months of misery, amongst a lot of savages — that's too good a name for tSh^iit. One could not say much in his letters from. .Germany, or1 (hey would' not get through, but you can believe anything you hear about the ili-trcatment of prisoners in Germany. You cannot describe it. The people arc beginning to believe it now the boys arc reluming, and you can sec for 3'ourself by the state some of them are in. Eight of us left Dus seldorf on Tuesday, night at 6 o'clock, reached the; border at 10 o'clock, but had to walk about the waiting-room all night waiting for the morning train. We reached Rotterdam' about o o'clock in the morning and were well...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

Si^^lM'^SSiR^H;*; {From Our Special Correspondent.). /Tfo'e harbor presented an unusually picturesque 'sight on Saturday after noon—quire reminiscent, of pre-war 4ays— when the yachting .season was officially opened in ideal sailing weather. -„ .Early in the afternoon the yachts of lhe Hoyal Sydney Squadron assembled in Neutral Bay, and under the direction of Commander Sir Alex ander M'Corniiek on his yacht Morna, proceeded to an anchorage under the lee at Hose Bay. There they were joined by craft on Ihc register of the Royal Prince Alfred, On arrival at the- appointed spot the . signal U- 'Anchor and dress ship' was ilown, and soon each vessel was gaily de corated, and the effect, as mav be imagined, with the kaleidoscopic colored Hags, the blue sky, and blue water, was one not easy to beat. The flagship ot the .day was the steamer 'Argus.' As soon as the 'fleet' had got its bunting aloft the signal was given. 'Come on board flagship,' and the order was promptly obeyed by. yacht ow...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRES. SOME HEAVY LOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

;r.%: ;^^FJ|E|.u, ;?;:,''?'?- ' »oi«E JBBA^ j4-WU. '? ? The sawniiliing prisniBCS : of Moiloy niid^iOov itai., :#uUi,,;*f:pre dwiroyod by . ^'reibctivoViy iitmA, y'oWock^on Wed- ?? 'jiesaa-^ nio'ruJM^. 'Tt&b'uliaiiigs -jjovcrcn ^ lui'ge -ufca, jiud1 ^oiitfiiupd jiiuoli.ot «T/arg« i;.«toi^;pi:.-tjiubp,rj.-\y!-^ ;al$i- ww11 Wav'au$ijttfe;or'npthi^AvaWEaV«a. The losgi ;a^iu^ ?auto/.^iiufyr ri^EandsrV.l-llt . ^c;'-,p^.Jt;i?:W^^d.i^|U^utoi:c: .? M;}t ; .^ca^vbo.^ V^vkBlion;;ii. .stock ^?tiu^pr^onft'^p^^e^)^: io; Aiv.' |?uiK^h^i^^:;l)HJlldor Vpyp .ppniraclor, ^'?.^&^tfato^o».^^'.'^)Bitr£^cd--lu-'.»--firo ^n^|^^ig!^J*||^Ms,- cttjinaiea ' ^fj^llll^^^a^jy^^nraf'cc'' ;^|uc^i^nPllilSii?pg?.:'' »i:i's^''';ii«Mc4-^8;i|pBaj'ea .in 'T!'«-. 'j^^^iii^^U^tMijSld^.'^f^TW Daily ' jshovlditiB^hpSWoavth^ih^ ^©??loi-apw^fe^^o^inics'i.miilcw.

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AUSTRALIA AND THE WAR. LIST OF HONORS. SIXTY FOUR V.C.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

AUSTR-ALIA flND THE WAff, LIST Ofc HON6RS. il ' I *. SIXTY-FOUR V.C/s. ,jf , According lo the latest interaiatiiSn available the Victoria Cross.has-been awarded to the following Australians: L./Cpl.. T. L. AXFORD, WcWent Australia, ? , ' Ptc. R- M. EEATirA-M, Sth Eatt o:ic). r Second-Lieut. F. ,BIRKS, 2n3 Field Ambulance, Victoria. ? . SccondrLicut. A.- S. BEAiOKBOJEN, 18U1 Batr,- South Australia. Lieut. A. C. BO'RELt.A, 26th Batt, (juecnslana and iasmania. Cpl. W. E. BROWN^L.H., JT.SJV. Cpl. A. H. BUCKLEY, 54th Baft. Homebushj N.S.W. Pte. P. BUGDEN, 31st IJatt., QJ3. Cpl. A. S. EURTOJf,'jth Batt, Vic. Pte. J. CARROLL, 33rd Bat!;., W^M Pte. ii, CARTWRIGHT, 33rd Batt, N.S.W. Sgt. C. C. C.^TLETOX, 5th M;a Company, N.SAV. Capt. P. H, CHERRY, 2pth Ba.tr, Tas. Ptc. T. COOKE. 8th Bait., N^.W. Pte. W. M. CURREY, 53rd Bart., . -Leicfihardt (5T.S.\V.). Dvr. H. DALZrEL, istli Batt., Q Second-Lieut. W. T. DARTNELr, R'oyal- Fusiliers (Vic). . CpL P. DAV-EY, S.A. Cpl (noiv Lieut.) W. DUNSTAJf, y...

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LEAGUE OF NATIONS. ADDRESS BY LORD CECIL. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

LEAGUE OF NATIONS. ADDRESS BY LORD CECIL. 1 * CUnitcd Service.) PABI6. Thursday;' . At the conference of British Douiin iou correspondents, Lord Kbbcrf Cecil ?spoke with vehement advocacy of the League of Nations, He said that crim inal jurisdiction, public ihealth,,- trans- port, international waterways, should be added to the .list of thencw league's obvious responsibilities.' Lord1 'Cecil ; said' certain places were not to bo ne signecl by the Peace Conference, lo. any single country, ... An instance was ihe Dardanelles, and' tfiis implied that Con stantinople was, -to; be inteniatioiialised. Lord Cecil -l»es -not liropose . a, tr,l.-. bunal, feeling that a rigid Scheme, with mujority rule, would bring nbont.an 'early shipwreck and- be iiriablc to in torfcro with national sovereignty. Thus the league would' '--'be ?it.' body charged with tlib general welfare oi tlie nations, aiii.partieuiarly ? the p'rer eeryation of pcaiie. . Oc.i;taiu- surrenders ot' national liberty weroj etse...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND REVALUATION. PROPOSALS CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

[?] ^*b*iiia;spBeS*k^ ??? i.t a BicotJiqg^of 'tlie lfejd)ei'S rffiW piti&ns'' -PoUycai ycdeioliii .^?Brd' f Wj- the foilowinjf T0soluVi«-i ,wi9 nnanioioasly iaftied1: '-that; ttis^ist in» of Boldicrs- snoV^itieBtts vJowa.^ltit great alarm and giEpfcioh-'rho ptop*$i of tuo MinisMjr for xnaias-ia.wvemo 3ind scTcc'tcA for Ebjafcrs if'to* two ycats; occupation, fcirin'g flint -meii wotlipas will often loaajo.tjft^'&Tjbr- valiiatipas npdtho depariurp | o£ tho eclier witn Itis jrrcciaitiiabio;, ;;;' price, *oilo ultimately tho gencTOl^jblieotpU bp~ eaiidlod' with- tho pnymeiit'' of «ho iniffcrence betSveen the rani-' Value arid thp hasty- ovcT-valuation.' . ??';. tieatenaiit Cprtis, orgaftieing bcm** tary, stated tHat tlio advisftVy couiftca of ffio . SoSciftlion vcas iiial^ig'.a ctoso cxamliiaOon of tlief land. eettJeffienl; policy, and,- the goneial opiiipn of 'tha boys'' was that all efforts ottko M^il* isters for liana's and Expatriation so far.-v\-cre eleariy doomed t...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COUNCIL FAVORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

SUPREME COUNCIL FAVOBABLE. A Peace Conference communique states that. as # result of the Jiseus sion on the Eugsiau-qucstio«j the Su preme Council very greatly progrcBscil towards an agreement and hopes to f or 'mnlatc a concrete proposal iu regard to h; ? ? ?-.?'??.[??? ''.?!&

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUESTION OF PRIVILEGES. SYMPATHY STRIKE IN WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

QUESTION OF PRIVILEGES. . SYMPATHY STBIKE IN WALES. A wave of labor unrest is at present passing ov^'r the country, involving mincit, engineers, boilermakcrs and many kindred trades. The concession uf a ?M'-hours week! in tho engineeuuE trades has been causing much, friction, «s the result' of -which 15,000 men in London alone; are Striking. The incn complain of the stoppage of a number, of recognised privileges, ? including breakfast at 10, iutcn-als and a few minutes grace in arriving at work. . The members of the union concerned lutt thc.Londou district employers, after which a representative of the employ ers declared that the troublo was well in hand. On the other hand men threaten a general strike of, they do not get satis faction. Many thousauAs of fchipbuiM ing dngiuecrs -in various parts of tk-v country ar.o involved in the 'breakfast strike,' -while tlie .South Wales steel workers and several hundred engineers and allied trades at Lowcstoff, struck in ^yulpathy.

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