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AMERICA SUFFRAGETTES. WATCH FIRE DEMONSTRATION. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

AMERICAN SUF^AGETTES. .- ' ? ? . ' - ? . ' ? WATOn-FlfcE DS^ONfli^TIOKfl '? , WASMNGTO^Y Thursday. - An outbreak occnR-cd iu front ol ' -White House, -.when 'soldiers, sailors and ^ittee&sundcttWk. taend the watch-fire ? ^demonstration. ' The fires were started jMi 'Lafayette Park by sentinels of the National] Women's Party'. as a protest .^gainst the failure uf the -Senate tq,pass the canal suffrage resolution. ?Worn™ ? carrying banners wove knocked douu, aiidtho banners destroyed. The fire was : ? quenched- and after the polite restored ? order the veoincu started a new Hre; a : ? big one, in :Urn? Park, when fire' were arrested tor violation of the park regu lations. ? The women carried n banner, denouncing Dr. Wilson as 'the falBe prophet of -democracy. ' Soldiers sur rounded the banner aad screened it fronf :tbe 'Bight of Bio cro\vd. The fire -was . still ' burning- at a late boar. . - ? ?'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. SOUTHERN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

;.-. i,Al|«U^|pii^g;;S;: / ??.?.;' iBdul^raW-ftt0TOftBB.'::;:;'--'^:-- ; /*fanie%hiBpeTing.-aor«*^Mta'j-toto- ; play, which, fronu-eports;' deals' graphic- ally -with ineidetfte;.^Jtti^'pccJirtf Via.' jire^ept-day 'ii*e.lf -Thfe iitieinel,Ss'!,t%t jof ; .'jnan.'p isupre'me^crifice; U*^!'^1* v^^nefit ; fit ^^/^^^inj^'iiii^^ii^ii^^Lpf^^'.fx- '-? |^sl^||^|b^||;ii||idiptt.'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED ASSAULT ON CHINESE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

i ALLEGED ASSAULT ON ;r Chinese;' ?r* ?? — — ??? ; .'.-,. . SYDNEY. Th'ursdav. ? Charles Herbert Lyons appeared at the Police Court to-day charged with ? haying been armed with a revolver , aiid haying assaulted Lingr Sing oh the . 17th of last month, at Maroubra, with , intent. to rob him. The case 'was . adjourned, and accused -was aduiittcU . to bail, , ? . ? . w ? . ' '? ' » ? ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOATING DISASTER. HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

?? BOATING DISASTER. ,'Jjf HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE. , V . LONDON, Thorsdnj. ?. Two hundred and seventy sailors were drowned by the wreck of tlit British steam yacht Volaire, off Stornaway, Scotland. There were 300 sailors aboard on a holiday, and the vessel ' struck the rocks near Stornaway harbor. Only 30 were saved' and inany of these were terribly injured in reaching the shore. AH the officers of the Volaire were lost.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORAL COMMISSION MEETS. NAMES TO BE COLLECTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

ELECTORAL COMMISSION .MEETS. NAMES TO BE COLLECTED. '1 SYDNEY, Thursday. The Electoral District Commission, , appointed under the- Parliamentary \ Electorates Amendment Act.! facld-a ~, preliminary meeting to-day in con- 'v nection with the scheme' to rcdis- * tribute seats for the Legislative. As- sembly and provide'^ for proportional representation, judge Harnityon was formally elected chairman, 'and; Mr.. G. Xcwmarch, of the Chief Secretary's Department, secretary. The'.' Com mission made ..arrangements' for ihe collection of names of electors by. tlie police and until that is done it will' not be possible for m'Uch. progress to be made. ? ' ' . ? ? '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA SWIMMING SCHOOL. SUCCESSFUL OPENING OF SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

WAGGA SWIMMING SCHOOL. SUCCESBFDIi OPENING OF SOHEMB. ' ' '. ? '?'?: ?'?'?' ?,'.'? ?'?'? ? ! . The Taoation Swimming; School a» Wagga eoinmenced yesterday niornuig at tWsaudy Beach, site, belong -he la dies' -3rcssijig »^ed«vwhen r large num ber of parents' aud interested ritizeuf n-«/O present. The enrolment was ma terially ?supplemented. *videncihg 'tbat every advantage is to foe taken of the. opportunity offered to have the girls and boys made proficient in the art of natation. No distinction is made as to the denomination! -of the pupils. Mrs. Bitharas. of Paddington; holder of Ae hou. instructress's and profici ency certificates, and bronze medallion, arrived yesterday morning- afterhavjDg conducted, a very successful siviinmin£ school at Oowra. . '?' : j Those willing to become mtbilitrs should^nialiti-iD-raiigenieiifs ivith *«e in' sti'uctoi's, and if possible bring a bottle of cocoanut oil. though the instructors take every precaution that the pupils do not suffer from sunbu...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNED GERMANS. QUESTION Of RELEASE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

INTERNED GERMANS, 5 QUESTION OF RELEASE. ..% . MELBOUBNE, Thursday. . ?The Acting ? Prime- Miuisterj Mr. :W, A.' Watt, said to-day' the. whole question of releasing iutcrned iGfeTmaiis was un der carcfui re'rieiv by- the; ''Government. Tliey were pursuing +bc-.ppli-5y ho had announced in rarlianient, aid fo.rltlie present, tliey .\ysrc 1-cleasjng tie inore innocent persons -of enemy .origin, sucli as those;, to wbom. clemency -:con-d be j shown without iu auyl'w3y'-«udahgei'' iBTg- the Comuiouwealth. ' '?/??? ? '. ?-' ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

WAGGA TEMPERATUBES .?.'???; - ?? : ' .ThniEdar. '? Maximum ??'. .'.... ... . .' 101 Miiiiinum -* . ? ? ? ^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PELAW MAIN MINERS STRIKE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

O/^^STRlkE^r'^^: ;? ..;? '::' - ?synMiE'^'.Tii'nfWit.1:'.-.' . A stoppage' of -«ork occurrediatPelaw ;.-;: Vain Colliery, 'this' morning- $hiqngh'.aj ^ . ' complaint of tbe'-in-en . .tliat the - ^ujtBBge- .-'? i went had: euiploycd^a,; nou^uiiioiijst -durJ 7V ing- .'tht absence :of a; uieokaujc^:'' ;^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 2. (Before Mr. M. J. M'Mahon. P.M.) INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

WAGGA i^klGEflJUBn Thursday, -Janiiairy .2?^ (Before Mr, M. % J^Maflon. P.M.) ' lXDEOEKT LANGUAGE.' *' Martin Haj-«s/wvaS -.?charged with drunkenness and1 :tne use of indecent language in Ba-1is-6treeV'Me pleaded guilty, and' Con stable John 'M'Carthy gaye evidence in :. Support- -.oT: -the charges. Ou th« iSrst/ciiarge Hayes was fined £1 .'or'.i^'.^ajjs'^-jiiid-.oh the second £s-'.dr^^W'9-^i![ib^iiii5^HtV'*Albury gap). '? ??„-..'.- . -':.;..:'i-o'i -i^w; j.js,1-^.1?.;^;^'. .',

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED BY MOTOR CAR. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

; -iflLiSp^ mmm^0^:-. ? % .;a ?}'':r: v-;{0':Avi^k^^^^ftfM ;-.- A. ^e^etvof^ accwe^tat^4Bat^«w**;:a rei*iv4«a:,:.1by tiiel.^OT0n^riS[n the-.iagB-il ,; 'M iit.^ycih-iM^^^j.^j'dJ^^vlfsi^Si?^ jng;itoikfed6^^)^-JSu^^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

OBITUARY. MR. JOHN HOGAN. .'Mr. Jobn - Hogan, Wagga, an old and respected citizen, passed away JaSt- night at tlie residence of ' his daughter. Mrs. A. Bannalyue. Best street, Wagga. . He was j-q years of age, and bis end Vanie after a painful itlries?. ' which extended' oOer six months. He was well known as a road . contractor, and was for many years resident in Peter-street. Borr. in* -County- Clare. Ireland; he came to Australia at the age of five years with his parents, and jias been a reiident of the Wagga district lor over 40 years. He -leaves one son and' two daughters — Mr. Eugene Hogan. of Forbes. Miss Lorrie Hogan, of June;, and Mrs. A. T. Bannatyhe. .He also leaves two step-sons, Messrsl Oscar and Arthur Chon'der,'OfJunee:,Tj is wife died some' .};ea^s ,-aga -The funeral will' move * to-day'- : a't .' ..'4 p.tn., from the' residence of Tiis daughter, 'Mrs. . A.. , T. . ^annatjiie. Best-street, Wagga. The interment will be made- in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Wagga.- . : ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

THE WEATHER. Though, the. highest shade reading yesterday; as recorded at the Wagga post Office, 101. degRtes, was little different, ironi preceding days, the heat was'mo're oppressive. There wcre.signE 01 thunder, but beyond a freshening of the ivind in the late aftcrnpon, -no change came, and as night VvoWoi),. there was lacking- tli.it coolness -which has been a welcome feature; o£:tht present hot spell.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

?'?'???.j^p^^Blfe-v-:' VITAV STATISTICS. * The vital statistics for -Vagga Jor the quarter Voditoer, December 31 art as foliowsi— Birth*,: J03 (male 52. »'«-? male' 51); marmges, 19; deaths, '38 (male '22, fem^e^j.' The totals for the past ?twclvevnipnths are i-^Birtbs, 431; marriages..^; 'deaths, J62. The ? quartei-lj meeting of the Liquor Trades Ujiion ''^Bl be %eld in the Senool of Ar(s, Wgga, *P:?'feht :?**?'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH TEMPERATURES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

HIGH TEMPEBATUKES. MELBOUBNK, Thursdav. The temperatnre again reatlied 100 degrees in. the city at 12.30 today. v. ' ' BVDXEY. Thursday. . ?.The1 maximum ?haa«regi9tra«on was P+^'inJ fiija'aey today.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

LATEST FORECAST. . -; SYDNEY. Thursday. Hot and sultry; -with northerly wmae ana vseatteTea tbiindBrstorms in the north-east, tool squally southerlies later in the «intb-wcst.. locallr, passing to coast: -'.- ? ? ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUMANIAN ELECTIONS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

ROUMANIAN ELECTIONS. ** ? LONDON. Thursday. 1 The elections for the Bouminian ChinAer of Deputies and the Senate will be held during Mart U and the Par-, liament will assemble .on April '15..

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOY OF BATTLE. AS SHOWN BY GERMAN DRAFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

' THE JOY OF BATTLE. ? ? \ ?? ' . AS SHOWN BJY GERMAN: .:-{ ,.;'?; DRAFTS. ?'? » - ';?? ;- ?.//'., (By Lieut. A; A: Mijne.) ? From statements made recently, by prisoners, and from information .con tained in captured orders' and letters, it is clear that tlie discipline of- the German army in the .fifth year of war 'is as 'poor' an imitation of the real thing as is. its tobacco. ^Tlris is par-. . tieularly so iu the case, of drafts leav-. iri-g for the frolit, many of which fail ?altogether to show that 'unbroken joy of- battle,' which (we 'have been told) is so characteristic of the German , soMier. ? . to give a few examples. A draft, for the Body Infantry, Regiment X'Aipihe' Corps), which was leaving' Munich last Jmic, mutinied ^nd fjred off its rifles. The shooting-, how , ever, was poor.' It ''severely wouVid-. ed a major,'1 and that was all. The'! draft was taken back 10 the depot' and! sent to the front in small batches — r presumably after further musketry instruction. 'lit A...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

\:i^^f0^i^:.: (From Our Special Correspondent) '-'^.:Sappy Xew'Year/' 'The old, familiar worils tor^ay have a new ca dence, a new meaaing, for they 'herald in, a year of peace for the ?world/ and one .End all must rejoice Unit the con- ditionB under, wkich the last Kcw Tear 'ycii ushered; in. have gone. for ever, and that, 'however momentous the coming otic may be, tie great war with ell its attendant horrort-JB over, and we' may indeed' rejoice and1 be' glad. ?? At Srst it seemed a»; if th« war would paralyse everything in the ahock conununicated by.. Us-intensitj-; fcnt. 'instead of that, Jt really added power to, all our move ments and gave .us a place among the nations . of the -woria. What our men, nye, -and women too, have done to help on the great cause aj» matters of his tory, engraved- on tablets which will hold for all time. The year which' has gone down into the1 ivide deep sea of Time has tafcen with it, perhaps, much that. . we treasured and1 yesteryear thought secure. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday, FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

COMMERCIAL. * -A TBJE MARJffitS. SYDNEY, Thursday, FORAGE. ?'-'? ?'? The market for chaff was irregular at the Alexandria sales to-dajv''- 'Hie yardings being small, .there tyias a good demand. Oaten chaffiTpse..;5/, but the quality of w^eateh. was, 'not so good and prices were -unchanged. Wiieaten dia^, prime 7/9 to 8/- good 7/6 to 7/8. Oaten chaff, prime 8/ to 8/3. Oaten and wheaten -:hafr mixedv good 7/6. Wiieaten _chaff, from. Mutton' and Stevenson, Cool a - moil, 8/ to 8/1 1 ; ex Derraih, 7/10; ex Harefield, &/; ex Grenfell, S/j ex Ariah Park, ?/8 to- 7/jo; ex Y«rong Creek 7/9; ex Hcnty, 6/s 'to. 7/2. Oaten chaff, ex Matong, 8/. . PRODUCE; ' ' . ?Eggs: New laid, 1/; case, ud.; railr ways.lldi. to 1/. '-.'?'-. FRUIT. Apples, 2/6 to 15/; bananas, 15/ to 27/; cherries, 6/ to 11/; .brangcsi commons, 8/ to 14/, navels 22^ 'to 25/; lemon^, .18/ .to. 24/;. pirifeapn.les, ii/_ to 18/; peaches, 2/6;to. ja/. ' ?

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