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STRIKE IN LONDON. ENGINEERING TRADES OUT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

STflIKE IN LONDON. ENGINEEKINO TRADES OUT. (United Service.) LOXDON, ' Thursday. A strike is threatening to llt^?olve the whole eugiuecring aud allied trades iu London owing to the withdrawal of eeiluin privileges, touscquent uuou the granting of a -17-liours week. Fifteen thousand liiou are already idle.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACTION BY STATE CABINET. PREMIER TO REPORT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

ACTION BY STATE CABINET. PREMIER TO REPORT. SYDNEr, Thursday. Upon learning of the outbreak of iu fluenza-pneumonia at Melbourne Hospi tal, .Mr. Fuller, the Acting P-roinicr, summoned a special meetiug of the Xew Sontb. Vales Cabinet this movning. As a result they decided to telephone to Dr.. .Cumpstfln, diiector of ^quarantine in New South Wales, and Dr. Robert son, 'Victorian- health officer, for a statemcttt of -the /facts;' They -also .'3c- eidedfitosreviye thief machinery for inocu lation in New South Wale§,i and; to TU'ge all citizens to be inoculated. Cabhiet also' telegraphed to Mr. Hol tnan',. who is in Melbourne, asking ??h.iiii if the report l-rovcd to be true, to ecc the Acting Piane Minister and. takctlie necessary steps to have Victoria pro claimed an infected StatP and isoLite.2 from all tiaflic. The. Cabinet has requested that the Federal'- GoVcrnmcnt should suspend all. traffic, except goods and mails, between Victoria and the other States, provided that inter-State...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REASSURING REPORT. MEDICAL EXPERTS CONFER. LOW INFECTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

BEASSTjfilNG EEPOET. MUDICAli EXPKBTS COXFKR. * . ?' - * 3,OW ?KtFECTn'lTT.' A. conference between Dr. Gumpston, Or. Robertson, chairman of the Board ot Health, Victoria, and 3Jr. Klkington, vliiwf quarantine officer of Queensland, Dr. ilitchell,''quarantinc officer of Syd ney, Dr. Penfpldi officer' in charge ot. the seram labi)ratiesr and.Dr,1M'Meckiu. supcrintendcut of the Melbourne Hos pital, investigated, the cases of sus picious influenza in Melbourne. They decided that while the easo? present an appearance generally simi lar to some cases which have been dealt with in quarantine^ they do not present the same severity of toxaeniiaj and are not inconsistent with an occur rence of pneumonia following after prevalent throughout Australia for nearly a year. The infectivity is low and these cannot be described, as pneu monic influenza of the extremely in fectious kind experienced in other countries and1 on vcsscl6 arriving in Australia from other countries. The evidence is not at pr...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA'S PEACE STATUS PRESIDENT WILSON HAS HIS WAY. DELEGATION TO MEET IN SEA OF MARMORA FRENCH OPPOSITION OVERCOME. PEACE PROBLEMS. RUSSIAN REPRESENTATION. ACCREDITED DELEGATES SOUGHT. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

ipiilllipiffll DELEGATION TO MEET IN SEA OF MARMORA FRENCH OPPOSITION OVERCOME, PEACE PROBLEMS. BUSSIAN BEPEESENTATION ACCBEIHaL'ED DELEGATES SOCG11T. I'ARIS. Thursday. President Wilson* proposal to settle the BuBsian question was discussed this afternoon. The 'Daily Mail1' says President 'Wilson and Mr, Lloyd George aie in complete agreement and auxious to stieure the evidence of accredited Bolsheviks aud their status 111 anairs, while French opinion does not favor this. In London it is believed Mr. Lloyd George proposes that rcprescuta llvcs of alt Ru'ssiau political life should - conic to Varis to testify.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA INQUIRY. MAJOR CRESPIN'S EVIDENCE. UNABLE TO STOP GAMBLING. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

xSARD»iNIA INQUIRY. MA70B OBSSFIN'S EVIDENCE. UNABLE TO* STOP GAMBLING. .. .?? SIDNEY, Thursday. Major Crespin, giving evidence at the Sardinia inquiry to-day, said he gave the ? Provost jSergcant; instructions to stop- ;a)l gambling, but the latter re ported that if- would be impossible un iess- half the ship's company were put iindcr arrest; . Witness added: 'If wo had; -put 50 mop 'Sn/the cells I. do not think tie gambling would have ceased. T \vas quite aware gambling did go on, but I was pow'erlDSs to stop it myself and :ipy staff : were. given charge of an. i^ieged uivaiid1 ship without any faeili iifeJB.Jjpi ng ; provided for m ai'utaiuing th e d^eplne 'ieijelsaiy pn 'a: troopship.' , .' j' Wttjiess/jCuHhcr, ptiitei; that when the. ^&A.'^;ew'VrAuj^t'i,j)cfo.re'::bim'-fi)i-''isoine:. (tCen^dJt-'^'^^oun^itiwr'we'ro^inentaUy' irre^6^.|)3|b ipivihcir^ actions.'. ''I' did. liii- rpiiiiTre thc'vsiipxiiort.il^shpuld1 have jiujjl/ i*pB9-«6me -bf.i.*he- .officers, ?.' eaid W'&...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILSON'S PROPOSAL ENDORSED. CONFERENCE ON FEBRUARY 13. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

WILSON'S PROPOSAL ENDORSED. COXFEBEXCE ON FEBB U.AMY -15. PABlS, Thursday. President Wilson read his ]»roposal ou the Russian question. After further dis cussion, at 3 o'clock, President Wilson's proposal was officially endorsed. It is as follows: Every organised, group, exer cising or attempting to cxerci/sc political nuthoritv, or- military -.control, over any part- of HiiisiapiilWbb Incited to feiid rcpresentativesto confer with the peace delegates aud associated l'owors re garding the llussian situation. The con ference will ibu licld on February 15 at Prince's Island, in the Sea of Mar mora. ''

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL PASTIES INVITED. ASSEMBLY AT PRINCE'S ISLAND. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

ALL PABTTES INVITED. A.SSEMBLY AT PRINCE'S 1SLAXD. '? (Beater.) VANCOUVER, Thursday. | It is auupuueed that a plenary £es- ] fcion of the Peace Conference to dis cuss Mr. I.loyd George's proposal of a League of iXatious will be held ou Saturday. ' ? . llcgardiug Russia, the Powers recog nise the revoljitipn but do not conu lenaucc the counter-revolution and they wish to serve Russia unselfishly. It is proposed to.iuvite all the organised groups in Siberia, or within the pre war boundaries .of Kuropean Russia, to send representatives to Prince's Island, 'providtd a truce of arms is observed meanwhile.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MRS. SARAH ANN SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 24 January 1919

LATE MRS. SARAH ANN SMITH. The funeral of the late Mrs. Sarah' Ann Smith takes -place to-day, moving from her late residence at 9 a.m. and reaching the, Ladysmith Church at 10   a.m.. when a short service will be held. The cortege will then proceed to the Wagga Cemetery, where the interment will be made at 2 p.m.

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

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the Family of the late MRS. SARAH ANN SMITH, relict   of the late Mr. Charles Smith, of Green- meadows, Ladysmith, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral, to move from her late residence. TO-DAY (Friday) at 9 a.m., arrive Ladysmith Church 10 a.m. for Service, arrive Wagga Ceme- tery 2 p.m. McINTOSH BROS., Funeral Directors, Phone 112. Baylis-street.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIDS TO HEALTH. A DOCTOR'S NOTES. Meniere's Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

^tbsTO ^fALTH.' J| a pdcTors Norai. J:: Mcuicrc's Disease. . i This is a term -trhidi is really. out of date.. Mcniere was a piiysician who described a certain group of symptoms which now arc. known- lb be due in different 'cases' to differcn'l ?diseased conditions. Therefore it is more useful aud convenient tp speak of Mcnicrc's symptoms -than of' Jle nicre's disease, although;. the latter icrm is still used by the public and tvun by doclors. The principal symptoms uescnucu uy mtunn ?»«. deafness, giddiness, ringing in the car*, and, in bad cases, vomitini;, fainlncs.s. and cold sweats. It is not recognised that any diseased con dition affecting the :iuditory nerve or certain parts of the inner car may ;:ive rite to any or all of these symp ?ijnis. The particular lesion wjiich Mcniere assumed as the cause of the; symptoms which bear his name was oi tin-, part of the inner car called the labyrinth. The whole matter, how ever, is -ii far loo technical 'a charac ter to be understood b...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

: Tempting dishes *': ^ for children f /f —and thoroughly Wholesome ? ''] ^ ou know what I he children arc eating when ^ m, you give iKem blancmange' and other dainty ? |g ™- chshe's made wilh ? * ' -. ;W I ... ; WA13^§;:;;| : ?fv-;;GofTi W®u0-: ?| ^ — ihc corn flour tliat combincg economy with fine ;P ,,,?: flavor and perfect purity. . ' '-.'. ? ' '. .. -1-. ' '' M ?- & 1 ')' tliii deliciou* recipe— -equilly good (or grown-upi, too. . ? Wi. '?.'$&? ? , ? CoJd c«»tMi*.*^pi»r . /V'.'.- ,'?: ' -.'|| ,'., ? **i' ' l':oz!, \V'j,H-'s ( -,in |loBi, I pim milk. )oj. *in«ri^ yo'ttiofttn. r«ml!»i' * iJP ??£*? flo.ljl.r -nlt-.na-»i«in in ihe C.»m t'l»ur;%ltiid^:iah «? Hitk^lUiV ) jVj ?\%/- '.old ? milt, Boil4or debt mininrc. «liriin»,»ll the.timc. ? Addihe nit' Sgg ? fe *nd-.n-llniri *icai. CooV for on* mimenl. ,:gfitiii.« mould rinied tut .imlji ?», W. , ? '? . niM niin. r«rn oul wlien cold. ? ?- -:.'';T- .- ??*' . ..-?''? --??'*?? ?'. ? S.P.J (?; VOUR tootici of Savour Reeij...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEAUTY OF THE ALPS. NOT CHANGED BY MOUNTAIN WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

BEAUTY O^*I#ALPS/; NOT CHANGED BY MOUNTAIN WARFABEi .1 have seen plenty of account? of landscape as it appears from military maps, but none that seemed to me to ctttdi Uic sjiccial joy of lighting; in '??'*' setting' tliat is appropriate tp war (writes A. V. Cooknian. in the 'MjUi-; ehester {juanljan''). LatMlscape.-- in war is coroinbnly. supposed to be quite accessory, arid in a certain sense it inav be nothing -wort, yet it would sewn «|n accessory just ns important to '.the. spirit of the soldier as stage accessories arc important tu'llic actor. A inafi may iiatc to feel that his liii: story-is become a. dark and violent one. .Only )vlicu lie. considers liow subtly in accord with the story arc the surroundings may. he turn a bold face to his fortunes; and even i'cr;; cxJiil.iwicm in llic tense of fine coji ii'rnitics. ? On'ainlost tlie whole ai the western I'rpnt the setting was -.woefully incon gruous! There shells whined over homely fields of corn and stubble and burst in wood...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA LIBERAL LEAGUE DISBANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

WAGGA LIBERAL LEAGUE DISBANDED. A well attended meeting of the executive of the Wagga branch'' of the old1 Liberal Association was -held on Thursday jiiqht last. Mr. H. Oates (president) was in the chair. lie pointed out that since the formation of the Xatioual Party 110 regular meetings had been held, as the branch - became practically merged into the National Committee that managed the last elections, but it was essential that a '.meeting be held to aujusj^ ^financial, and other matters prior to being; dis banded. It was certain that, owing to the new electoral laws,' ' Wagga must be attached to some other clect orates'to make the required quota for a country constituency. It was re coinniende*! lliat the Central Execu tive of the National Association ar range for the Premier; to address a public meeting in Wagga at an early date with a view towards organising in the interests oJ the National party. A resolution was then carried that this branch of the old Liberal Associ ation be ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONCESSIONS FOR SOLDIERS' RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

CONCESSIONS FOB SOIiDIEES' EBLATIVES. Tho increasing nuni'ber of uicu retuin.. iug to Australia means au iiicrensiug stream of relatives to tho city, to meet them. .Country relatives of soliliers ?' may obtain i-oncesBion ' railway tickets when travelling on this mission., eii titling them to pay tho single fare ouly for the return jouruuy, 3?ornJs of ap plication for' these concessions tickets; may be had at the AVagga Hcpatriation Committee'* office, A.B.C. Chambers, Ifilzuiaurice-Bt reet.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

PDBTAX, ABrlAK^MENTB TOE - The usiial h'|lid'ay arrhugeiniotK.wiUi be observed ou Monday.'^' 'th^^V.ifggdi Post Oflicc. AH niaiis will close kit iO a.m.. and there will he oap;dje|ivjc-f:;i»y; letter-carriers. Tlie office 1 Hy«i^e\.jopen;- froni 9 a, in. to 10 o;ia.:for aUp^tsrt^n^; telegraphic businoBS. ., .'? ?-,; j;. , ' -^ j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

ANBWEE TO O0BE^|^)SfiB»5K:'*-T ' A G K ' ' Your tun ir*o'jflaiiw ,?»¥-i cubic -flrds ??/'..''?. '?-'??'''?: ? In the mimufactmo of i-iauos,-fthe^ wrast-Blarik ihns alwavfl been a .eource': of consl-lerabte tioublc''.- When fully *tii.a^, theie 11 a strain .of liearly. Jlurt\ tons on Ihe wieet-plank; iiia-'as1 the tuniu/r pins wait i1iei''.j)Iaoed.--.' -.C0': «lofc«U' to^ctliei, the *bros 9,fvtUe wppd: iilrjuwtolv cijbb, and Jiffleiilty:::'4'» _«jj-; poijcjieed )n I'oppjiig the ?anstnwieiit'jSji; tuno Onlv one fiim of.plajio.iiiakprs:' ji- the wojld hns sueioesfully .'flv«r4jp«io] ihe trouble and it wjjl .ebnie-as .;'a ''.siir'T ^)M*c tfl-inflnj to l^oivr-tlitititvjp an AjUBtraJmn mm — Bcile ;diid?^vp.,, IjtoV .'. ^Ws' organisation does-':'ii'#^%e. Jraj vogdeif wr«?VpUiik a^^'ill, ,'.,:. tDllwt'i nwefll-iaiil- is of 3*911, cast jin; this drpu^ tiainp w^ijch of -iourM,^c3ii)ib|1'ie-fTi ffctba 1)- -the lornfic^'trpijii.'l'iJ^bigii'v iTMus wtoien frames TJie -einplbyment; of a» non ivUs...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. LEETON CANNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

ITEMS- t)F ' MEWS; LEBTON CAHtnGET. . r WoVk will be. eo'uijneiiecd at. ih'e Lee-; ton canting works nertweek, opera tions to bo started with the eanuiug of JSlberta peaelie's, of ; wWcb, Wcprding' iotWvaanoger of. the ?canw»g; works, Mr. W, 51. Jobnsoiiy there is- a /.very , liea\-v-tiiop tiiii'scason Tlie'flwt'Siat'ch! of n«meu and girls, engaged through , the Wagga 'La'bor Eschaiigoiiflr-ijie; itomngr of the fiuit Jj6twe6#£^P-»iiaf JO wiH ho despatched iy^tt&n^^ii!'. woiks at 7 25 » m on Hof^^^-'yiUU be follqj/cd later 1-\ ,otbeivtt^Ji|^ntM

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

AGRlCUaURAL ttD PAS TORAL NOTES. ???;,.. 1 ' m t 1 r ii ? ?'' 'I'Iicsp. notes are issued .every weet,;; under t!ie personal supervision of the ]lon. W. G. Graliamc, M.L.A., Minis ter of AEriciilture, and are bssed mainly on the experience of the De liaunient. ? . '-..'.. Should any farmer, desire informa tion relevant to his work on the land not referred, to in these notes at the lime, a ^m^y addressed to the Under secretary of Agriculture, Sydney, will lie answered by Idler as quickly as possible. When points of general inlcrest are raised, tlic reply will, as f:n- as possible, lie repeated in' these columns. : AGRICULTUBAL. GROW RAPE FOR PROFIT. A Farmer's Results. Amongst ihosi- who have proved '.lie value of rape as :t feature of the vviic.it and siicep farm and who have -:-ii:cjm'ri ilie results so good as m jrslijy them in increasing the area frnin year to year, are Messrs. Gilles ]:ii; r,i'ij(lici-, of 'Yarrjindalc,' in 'the iii!s;vnili-.i distvicv. H^'was in jwr ^liaiii-u *j...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACE BARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

-?-:,'--ii^|i^RBiERS;, -\- Indian ^legates iiow sit upon the Imperial:,; S^rCfiuncil and India is renreSc^teh.^al'tltfe.^Kcafe, Cpnfercncc by two^riiS'tf^&.-i^e 'same number a& Australia;, iitienef illy there is a move-, tneilt in .-India- to .demand an equality of footiftgitvitii other 'nations included ;n the British Eshpire.: Tlie-UepoH on Indian 'JConptitutional Reforms, presented^; jLo iidtb Houses of the ..British Pariiameht by Lord Chelms ford and Mri *E, S. Montagu, Secre tary for; India, visualises a central Government' of India which shall represent; 'the interests of ail India on .equal terths; ;with the seifgovern ing links of the British Empire.' That is one jof the ideals' set up 10 encourage governmental reform in India: and, 'although it will not be attainable until the component Slates o£ India have themselves reached the stage' of 'frill responsible government, the aim is definite enough. And iii' :lhe luipjsaai '$olicyV which has taken more concrfe...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. A National Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. A National Necessity. Enquiries about the educational in stitutions of the Department of Agri culture are no numerous as to suggest an extensive interest in the combina tion of tlie practical and the theoreti cal. ' 3fx-ur primary industries are to nuke tlje contribution to national prosperity and progress that are ex pected froni them in the next four years, tliere must be not only a great extension, of the area under cultiva lion, but an improvement in tlic yield ing rapacity of ilie. crops themselves. and- ilie adoption of better methods — conditions that can only be met by an increase, in the efficiency oi those en— gaged therein. Jn its educational programme, ihe' Department of Agri culture seelcs to meet the require ments of. the occasion that is arising, offering opportunities for the train' ing of competent agronomists at Hawkesbury .Agricultural College, of intelligent and 'capable farmers at Wagga and Kathurst, and of^practical reliable men at tlie ...

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