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BOXING. GODFREY DEFEATS SAUNDERS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

BOXING. GODFREY DEFEATS SAP^E^, 8YDKEY, Saturflay. Sid Godfrey easily defeated Bam SaundtrB on points at tbo Btadium to - iiight Cb{irlip M'Grath knotted, ofit llarry Baff at the Hippoiliomo in tbo fonrfrh round. -?* Of *\o contests at tbe HippoilEOn^j three wol« woo. by tho knock out ro^to %i& etl^er 5ght ha& to be rtopjeA'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAPAN'S AMBITIONS. TERRITORIAL DISCLAIMER. TOKIO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

JAPAN'S AMBITIONS. TEREItORIAL DISOLAIMEK. TOKIO, Saturdny. Spcaluiiff in ' the Diet, Viscount Oohida, Foreign MiniKter. dvelaTCd Ihat Japfln liad 110 territorial ambitions i» China or elsewhere. ? Upon tlic iicijuisi' tionof the right of the free disposal of the. leasod territory of Kino-Ch^u, i' tbe Chinciic moinontniy of Shantung, Japan would restore it to China in ao cordanw with the terms of the treat,'- ?bl May 25, 191~-, TOgsiTfting the provinec of Shanhmg N

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKE IN PARIS. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

, STRIKE IN PARIS. PATHS, Saturday. Tlie discomforts of li vine in Paris nro dnp to blgli- pviccfi and tlic Jack of ac eomtnodatinn Thov are mtcnsLfod by n strike on the underground railways and on tbe tramways. Troops arc gunrdiii? tbe stations -and policemen guard (lie drivers. A few. trains are running. Tlie strikers yesterday rejected -the conces sions offered b\ the employers. ' The Government may iptervone.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. WAGGA AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. WAGGA AND DISTRICT. Following are tbe hours .it which 'the various mails close at Wagga and stir -rounding district Post Offices. It should be specially noted that the laic fee box , elected is intended fiiv all places i of which the «losiujf Iiout is 7 p'.in. Xo letters Bbould be- placed in the late fee box excepting between the hours of 7 anrl 9 each evening, anrt tben only for the places enumerated in the 7 p.m. Rcr-tion below. 5 a.m. — S.outh-West daily, Mondays ex copied, all railway stations, Wagga to Cootamundra, Juuce, Narandcra, L'ecton, and Tocum wal. * .. Railway stations ibctween Lceton and Ilay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, alii Saturdays only. 7 a.m. — Mail coacli services to Tarentta, Holbrook, Little Sillabong nml Uiana Road. ' * 8.30 a.m.— Hailway stations via Albury and Melbourne, daily, per the Albury tnail 'train. ? 9.15 a.m.— Tumbarumba, Karandcra Uoad, Oura Itoad, Bruccdale, ClonegonneH (fiarham's mail), Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days. ' . ' 1...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DR. MANNIX. REPORTED DEPARTURE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

^OftltJANNIX. ; K.M--T: '-?Mi&aaidufiNE, Sunday. -li'lB'^ndeVstbbathat the time is due for Di\.jiaiinixjSJ6man Catholic Arch bishop.fpi.ililoJb'ourne, to visit the P4oue ou fleiilesjasiieaifJjusinesE. He will be leaving. forjioitte.i£ihortly, accompanied by Dr;Duh|g';' of'BriEbane. : ??? : ':

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT STATISTICS. OPERATIONS OF BOARD. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

VVrtEftt; StATfSiiCSi OPEEATION8 OF BOARD.; SYDNEY. Saturday^ : The Wheat Board slates that .on. January. 20, only 4,230,000 tons of whpa| -roiuaiued of the J91C-1G scaton, this be ing- sliijipers ' stocks in South. Australia.1 Of that pool 163,000,000 bushels ,wer6 iaudied, ? Vi^9l),W0 ^ jmsii&j being' ing sold to the Commonwealth. .?'.? OiLrl3Si3ftti000-}jU8hcls .Mndled ' dur: ing the 1916-17 season, 17,729,000 bush els ,/weive; Bhipped and-..52,OPO,000 ?' odd vreTo sold : in': ; 'Australia, leaving 68,202,000 bushels in the -hands of luiil-'' crs anil shippers.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. FORAGE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

7 COMMEBCIAi; ?;? ^aMfcjttARkETS. -%?- 'V\'l^ 'visSrijIBy, Saturday. ?^.'ip^wjbuyers we.r*'B'per*t?nS at Alex aridria 'this ; iftorning, -^witli itlie result! .tliiti'saij&'i^crSi^tferivtiljrrdull;: Oaten 0haff *vyas; s'lciddy^.-'wliile. wheaten cuts .^ere^c^iiejs to'^jl'in i-r(ce,Ayiiealcn. !&iti0eW&$$ⅈ]$orest 'Hill,' 7/9;. P0&-^S&pan* Walla, $/£ f .:-;s ^?v^'iv^ ??-?:$ .:?,--?.? Cv ?:'.;??:: ,-ii- jiepTosontatiTe gathering- ol trout ;i§^BJci^^';^^^ipf':.^'cM«-i:-lo?: take 6teJ)s:.tb'«ouibat; tlie.aesttuetiou of trout. .l^j?Br^offi^;^'i|^d^_»%'^bIijliea,; ind^^j^iiso'ly Q&'lo -:-3-uy ;? «? bowls Jof ? :i^;.']^i;;:':io^-!.^ii'.i^1-^l.iiorideat»rpS,; ^'ii^^t:i5:.shbpt^)ie^i)49.o^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT URALLA. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

FIRE^iffT URALLA. - : '? ',',.-.? SYDNEY, Saturday. A cottag)E!--..jit''1Uralla, occupied1!, iiy Mr. Fribdcr^cfc Dixon, nvas burnt- to the groundithis1, morning. Tlie occ.Ut, pants. awbke^toiLfind' the place in, ilames and liad'scartely time to make their escape/^ith their cloihing;. ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLOCATION OF ISLANDS. CLASH OF OPINIONS. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

ALLOCATION OF ISLANDS,' /: ?:-a^iaC:W.'OPKcioxs.' , :: PAHIS, Saturdby.-. \ - At 'Saturday's eonfereucp the maia argumoni .concerned theJPacifie.. cEEpre. therQ: A\-asi a ??disiinr-t cJush of opinxon; Atuciica desires: the ? uoutralisatibli of ill the- captured isluuds under Britain, ^hcrcas Britain Jesuff s' J^ew Zealand ?'to aJnicirSamoa.'.-Attstraila. ijj. sainex. is.mv -.guinea /and .the'«Jlier. koUth is ?lalrcif.-, and Japaii desirds- ti) aiines: tljose iri- tic nortn.-r' Tte'Wminibnfc''- tl^ega' fibn wcrc'greatlj':disaj-p6iiitcd; when in formed, atr Hid last moment th* 'Council'' woulcradmifiouly.one'repreEcutaliviB-for. each I)ojiiiuio|r. The whole proceeding was rather uaesjlectofl.- : 'li:C , '??

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN COLONIES. DIVIDED CLAIMS IN PACIFIC. MR. HUGHES PLEADS AUSTRALIA'S CASE. UNION ENTITLED TO AFRICAN POSSESSIONS. SUPREME COUNCIL. GERMAN COLONIES' FUTURE. AUSTRALIA WELL REPRESENTED. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

?.-..' ? '?', ; '?.!' 'C . ':?'?? '- '? .'?.&* s'j''^ ?.?????' ??'.? -? .- . ?' ??-?',?..?-? i '/ :&.;i^?Swi¥;*;HiHfe-f.£;'.:. MR. HUGHES PLEADS AUSTRALIA'S CASE. ^..?^^iw(M|W::-ft'.^BWW;'^' POSSESSIONS. : SUPREME C0W1U. GERMAN COLOKlES' rVTUEE. AUfeTHALIA WfiLL EEPKESENTED. PAK1S, Saturday. ? Uueomproinising feeling ?'. towards Germany intensifies as the pace of the Peace ?Coufcrcnee quickens.; President Wilson is ^particularly, indicating a. far Kriihilnr ili*j-riirnttttion' of llHr fOUrtOCUi points thau was expected. Tlie Jiace is real, though Sir. Itcfccrt Bo'rdeu, rrimc Minister 'of tJunada, iii a: -Uunt leticr. 'to the British Govcriiiuont,. lias com plainod that nothing is: being done' / -The T'oniinious' delegates aio Jikcly. to beheld- iu- Saris till JunW As a mfi4.inr.rtf foi-f'+.h«'ilei!iaoii asto.Kussia ha'sjieou readied far more quickly than Mr. Lloyd;-3eor^c, tho Prime Minister, cspected)(and the 'Council twJll' ptoba-bly proceed to-day, to discuss tlic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 27 January 1919

Wood ducks (maned geese) are rfoinB a good deal of darnajjp atnontfit tl»P iHceinc *nd the millet w tlie WthcMt irn^alioh seltlcmcjits oT Vjctqrjvapd tiie Tisiienes and faatne dspajrtmflnt has taken «teps to rledijoc the pest, ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS GROUP PURCHASES. AREA No. 4. (TARCUTTA). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

SOLDHiRS GR^UP. PURCHASES.^ :: .?,H*A*isA.No:i»aaJA!Re.Olti?«S:::-t';! LSTtid TSistfict of AyaE^ra-ianjJ;iKye: at^ba Shire. 'Of^lie'io.KIpqks'ior^-; al§^thrown .o^eniUha^e be;en;'tenti-'i t]yely allotted.^espfptjng N.0S. 9. i» anil i2 (EaiisJi:«f^Ob'erne},;aiid.Ko'.',23i i(Parish of Keajurii); V-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWN SETTLERS ON ACTIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

GROWN SETTCURS ON . ACTIVE ??- '???? ??-.??. SERVICE.' ?' ? .:/??' :An additional regulation under the; Crown Laiids Gbrisolidatn)'n Act -1013, has been -gazetted. It provides that; toheVe' an - a^plicatiph J -form, is . re-i fliiirea to' lie si'giied. on a flecl^faifipi) rn^iie: 1-y;a Groijw^ -sejttler.!'- .-.'jdiV ': is: absent !on 'acfiye -«frvieey it may - .be'f perlbrmea bj'.a person. authorised .by, twVettier. 1The -application iriust4)fe fttcorapanied ,bir a . c^tj^jCSite of-tb^e Nayal,orMi|H'ary authorities thatjtWj ffbjjfersiisabsent on service, and 'bine by the auflion^ed 'person that he.'Uas^ not ?. receiyedViiotlficatiDn of the re vocation of the authority. ,..'''.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCUPATION LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

; :'.6dGcii^x6N^BriaEKBEl-'i ^iv^i^ary^il^ir.cupsWoii -lit ;-'{§.j l|3:4) -^E %30 'acreSj^aripliVi ;nf :Qi'rto^»} |Jnla!:'5Siiderry, upset;.annnal liiieBK-ifCji' cii^s/s; v- - ????.. ;??;.' ?' .,'' . ????'.''?,'-

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL SUBURBAN HOLDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

[?] \v3^ihd;:i^i^rifcr'pf.'^^tfra.-^iiy|J'Kur:' rafcurra SliireV '.;SJebufban '-. H.bjalliii} &r-a ?. No:'; i62j.-^Nine flocks, :i'a.' to) 6a.-Qr.'i6p., pirisli OGun'difiindyal/rent 8/ to 2d/^0pen:F«'bfuairy 3.:' ..?'.? ? ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISCUSSION OF LEAGUE. LEADERS IN SUPPORT. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

DISCUSSION OF LEAGUE. LEADERS IX SUPPORT. (United Service.) ? . P'ABIS, ilonday. ? Discussing the .'League of Xations, President Wilsoii said the league was the keystone -ol Ainerica's .'pro- gramme: He a^pealed'.to the dele gates not tp: disappoint the peoples whose sole thought.: centred on the league; let them remember that select classes no longer -governed man «Hmi uiiu- umcsb iuc . }ji-iin pcupje were satisfied no. jieacc couldilast. Mr. Lloyd Gc6rjge3ri a ieiy im pressive words in sppport, told how he had' visited the rent, torn and tat tered parts of. France: . Hip saw the awful havoc which he dared not ~dt scribe, yet war was the only organised method ' whjcb civilisation $-dsses-scd ibr the scltlenicnt:of national differ ences.' SureJy the league would supply nobler 'inacbiherj-j ?-. . . . , aignor Urlaiico .said none would more truly support ittic project than the Italian people, who withA juridical; tradition itlieved'that' 1aV'--prd}li;cie^ ? justice against violence an...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. STOCKINBINGAL v. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

^tffi^; 'p*. OTOOKIKBENO'AL v. WAtHjX, A temn of *ricketeri! frtm 'Sto'slifti bingal visited Wagga yesterday ;ana pVayed b Witch against the Wag^a Crieltet Club on fiolton Park. There Ws a fau gathcrihe of SpectatPra ondlj th!e -g^iinc, which '?wag deciaed' ':6n tB»|l first Winnings, \\iis a closelj;*ontclrtetls piae, 'rtsuHJng in a win for the.VisitPrt by » runs. .... - ? LunqhcPn wis partaken of « Mrs? Jiippenlati's Wagga Hotel, afteT whieh' tliqic ;was a little speech-mailing. TheJ folloiving .-.tpa's** wpre honored: ?'The: King,' 'The Visitors, '-and 'IThel ^Wagga. Cricket. Glub;'.- ; y P/iilnii-inD- vcpfe : the WOTfS^ 1 STOcklXBINTvAL.— riTst Innings. ;| W. Westpn, b Br.leigh .... .. -. 1?' M.- Wiiaieii. li Tivey..'.. .. ..;:.. .../»? j.- Seville', b Cody .... ?.*,;.?'.. .- ? 25j- P. Dun, b Cody .. .... ...... ??? 19^ ;M. Neville, c Baleigh, 1- -Hamilton, 27; L. Neville, i- Baleigh ..-..?? ?? 7i '3. LoiighurFt, c- Watt*, b ?Ilanuiton fl( T. narrold.'b Lyneii .. ...... '«£ 'C. B...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONS' LEAGUE. DRAFT RESOLUTIONS DRAWN UP. AUSTRALIA'S INTERESTS IN PACIFIC. PRESIDENT WILSON OPPOSED TO JAPANESE CLAIMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

lpM;]i|iili AUSTflALlA'S INTERESTS IN PACIFIC. PRESIDENT WILSON OPPOSED TO JAPANESE ;CUUI«S. T ; .{Eeuter.} LONDON, Monday. A commuuiquo from Paris, 'dated January -S3, states that the following is 'the draft resolutions for the Lcaguo of Nations, to be submitted at the full conference: — * Clause A.— It is essential to tbe main tenance 01 world settlement iviucii mo .associated nations have liow^niet to es tablish, that .the League of Kaiions bo created to promote interuatioual co operation, to cusuro the fulfilment of oecepteji international obligations and; to provide eafeguards against war.. Clause B. — The League should bo treated ai au integral TjaH of the gen eral peace treaty and should be open to every civilised^ nation which can bo re iied ou .to .promote its objects. Clause. G. — Members of the League should periodically meet in interna tional conference and should liave per manent organisation and secretarist to carry on me Business ot tne xcaguc. in the intervals betwee...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND NOTICES. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

[?] 1 pw- ?» ???*?.? ... .... .-.?_. ,^ia- .-. ; r-At ftabifls Office, 'TCoiul:,:. to w*d-^ jiesdaj', February s.^-Countty iftt^lSj ja. 3r. 2Sp., Jiinsh Adelbne; upfifi price per'ititJEirS. :r ? ;--. '?'?'.; V.^.' ?? At tinfcs %«;sJPafiles,:-op mfa nes^ay, ivtbrliaVy ^.^^ujlitftM^I 3r-'rgp., 'parish X:urra)bifg;'flpset;$w5?,] : At- iABfls Office, Corov^v on ?^OBta-* ^a^, February i2.^Td^4lot^jiif,;'85j.li parish ^Pfchmwto, 'iffifet j1rt€e^*50'.' .. 4 . -At 'Linas Offiii^j Gpulbnrn, -on %,ed-f ue»day, Pebrunty 12.— ^nntry lot -otj ^X^t^r^pi'm^elu^ft^viJie pjri sli I'^rpcun^^'tf^jEt^ii te^^P.^ '? ; ^ £ {?^tJw^B^»^^fi^^-.'«n;''\^fp»!; ^jr7^b)^^5t9.^pnii1^lo^vB|?'^ c'wptrf^;^iC7a^^:^f^Sr^ VpBet^price;:£V C/,* je*.«cwi'' ' ' . \ _'?' r-^»

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. GOOD RACING. WALL WINS CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 28 January 1919

SWIMMING CARNIVAL . GOOD RACING. i .WALL' VtfxS CH/VMflO^StllP - The swimming ? carnival promoted by the Wagga Catholic Young Men's Society was held yesterday at a spot ucar the gasworks; - The -day ,-was , bpautifutly iine lor -thc^event. The tieat-was tempered by a cool breeze, which m.ad-Tit more ' pleasant forjthe onlookers. Notwithstanding lUis.. there was a measure of discomfort as ladies had, to stand for the greater part of the programme. . . In addition to being tiresome and causing^d-ust to rise it interfered with some of them following the events more closely, through the congestion on the river ba'iik. This was not the fault of the Society t-y: any -means. They have labored hard to make the rendezvous prcs-entablc. :Ycstcrday's function also, showed' their enterprise in cater ing for a clean, healthy sport. It is understood that a band of enthusiasts . sorties tim,c ago took up the matter of . erecting an iron fence there for the' purpose 'or providing suitable ac cumuiu...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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