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SYDNEY'S WELCOME TO ANZ[?]CS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

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Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEFT OF DRAPERY. THREE MEN CHARGED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

THEFT OF DRAPERY. THREE MEN GHAB1ED. 'f ? SYDNEY, Thuriday. Bobert M' Ewin, i5r Edward Buckley and Alfred Parker, both, 33, were charg ed- at the Central Policir'Courtr ? this morning with entering tlie warehouse of Simon Toorey'-at 'BedfcTn.-and Bteal ing IT rolls of 'flannelette, 27- ladies' silk blouse's, aud 28 -silk shirts, valued at- £94. , Sergeant Newall said lie saw the two jnen leave the yard of -an un occupied dwelling. Ou seeing him they made off but he succeedBd in cap turitgJBifciu. He wcut back, to Toorey 's place and saw* a., horse aud cart con taining the rolls of flannelette. A third man, Buckley, ' tlieu. appeared, carrying ..another roll, but. witiMfs pointed a revolver at Buckley, who put up his hands, sayiug, 'Don't shoot, the game is up. '...???? Accused werccoiumittcd-for trial.

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

AN ARREST MADE. ';, ?, Later?; Tho police -to-day arri'sted-a mail who was subsequently identified as Btiser, one of tho Germans who escaped from Darlingliurst last night. ???-????

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

[?] FORTNIGHTLY MEETING, j ? The itortniglitly . meeting. °^- ? lM Municipal Council was held1 -A the Town Hall last flight. Present : Tlie Mayor ; {Aid. E. E. Collins), and 'Ald crmen It J. Hurst, B. F; Moiti, U. Si Cameron, T. Dbbncy, J. V. O'Rcgan, Fl C. Stellway and R. J. Cunninghatti. ? PreviollS to the minutes being rcadi the Mayor spoke of the death of AH. J, Grav. He ^aid that probably Mr. Gray had done more for tlie jntcrcsts of thecityithan many realised; He would be greatly missed, and lie ask ed that sympathy be expressed by the council. This was done, the Mayor and Aldermen standing in silence. In passing -the minutes, the Mayor mentioned!' that the gasworks loan had been duly met, and that it had only necessitated the transference of one liond for £iooa, which 3iad been taken from money at the disposal of . fhc waterworks .committee. This was very satisfactory. The Department of Local Govern ment, in a communication' gave notice 'Bint in view of the demand' for irianu ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANS AT LARGE. MYSTERIOUS ESCAPE FROM CELLS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

GERMANS ATJM -??????, ?'-?? - f- - .Vi-;-; *-.»?': ??'-?;o :'*:?..'.?{?????. MYST€RJOUS Er'APE FROM ^ cELus., ? ;* ? SYDNET.'SPuttrjJaiiyi..1 Bet ween 5 o 'clock last nlglit and day break this morning four German 4n tcrnecs, named Beawann, Kirte, Shal lock and Bciser. escaped from. Darling hurst aetention barracks iii tl* old jgaol. Using a rope made of three- blankets they climbed the WglrVaTl, arid then jumped into tho street. The inctliod of their escape is a mystery, as each ccU is ventilated b,v V windWVitb. strong iron bnrs. The irrfii doom ^arc sccured'br. a big lock on 'tho. outside, but early this morning, before the doors were opened, the locks were intact, showing no evidence of having- been tampered' with, aud everything '' ap peared' as when the guards locked tlie men away last nigit. To reach tjie grouiid floor tbe Germans had to walk down a spiral staircase to a pared courtyard, the door.ito whieb. «l«o.lft-.d4o lie oj^nca, but the lock on. it was slso intact, anparen...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOLISHING CONSCRIPTION. FAVORABLY VEERED GERMANS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

ABOLISHING GONSCRIPTION. ? ? FAVORABLY VTEYfEl) $Yp 'v : -? ^--° ? ;:-,.-^,#iiaasj^?::*?'. ??:*.-. .f ? ?;: -.-.?, . r ???:?-.? ??*£?%. ;;-' v- :'.. ,.:; ;.^',; , ;?' .;;:'';' ? ?;-;?_'; .tuSDOUi.Thvt^y-}; ; . It is ,rep'orted f f rpm'.'^^Iii^^iai ||er»\' Eberftold an.'A%er)^nf^vi^-fu-^v*n^n Jtoi.'flirmany^viir^eV^e^^^jiS^j^^ -to fld^tfeate' tne-;HiWiiiitto^i^iiip^jW.n'' :*iiy&^P!iilsB*y:-ijii|^^o-^^i!f^«-r' Ebert said the^crm^-*p)i(le^.ldejegifion ? m^'/^rpt^ '.fijS^^'ttB'/cpjE V**eVS whs '

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

SCHOONER ABANDONED. LONDON. TJiuMdaT. The aehooncr Jane Cox, from Halifai. lias been abandoned, at sea.; ;,.TJie 'crew. \vere rescued aud laudcd.iit Queenetowii, in Ireland.'- ?- ?' I:'.. '.'']'?':'/??'!'.' -::. ? '?..'

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYRIA'S FUTURE. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

~*~——**— ??-?'—???-*?' » ? ', '? SYRIA'S FUTURE. t ?-?-,?- (Bemer.) ? -VAXOOUV-EB, Thursday. A message from Pans states that the 'Franco-American Congress will meet -at Marseilles' to-day'to discuss tW future of Syria. ';?' ? ..' '.v

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. PROTESTS BY COMMITTEE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

HET^RiyEO SOLDIERS'; ?:- PIJOTPSTS';BY -jqdMMl^TisE^ '' '?? ? V '': :'' ??'- ? ? ? ' rSYfiNEY;'. :.TIiursda|Q'7 ?At !a meeting of tlie ekecutiye'-cpra^'' mittee of vrtie; New ':. South. ; Wyafc . branch of-,the; Rctiir'ned'iSoldiars auil. Sailors' iniperial L'tiagite' tion?ght,;re soiutidns ;iycre ' .; passed .''''protesting.-' .against thfe.li'eleasie 'fr'oft /.interhftf'eiij^ camp s ;Jpf ;'any. ?'i*ifey^Jen;Bj''-'aiiii-^CT'.' niaiidiiiJEf ; ??thfiri^p]pri^bh/':--aer^-iit!ie5: ??WasO4iwnsiajv*p^ .jter;-.p^n^n^»jut^at-ja^«^f*Sn^^»%p'i; a gray^.v^reficli 'j3i:-piiicc '^i^0vi&^(, ^B..t^Sciontrol^tiie;d iijie -^i|K^;-i«^'pQta3|n^:-.^^!;^;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW EARLODOMS. HAIG AND BEATTY LIKELY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

SEW EASLDOMS. HAIG AKD BEATTY' LIKELY. LONDON, Thursday. Among the long list of military honors for Canadians, General Currio lias been created a Eni«-ht of the. Grand Gross of St. Michael. ' According to the 'Dailr Mail,' earl doms are to he -cpnfcrred on FieldMar shal Sir Douglas Haig and Admirul Sir . David Beatf-r.in recognition of their, services. The' announcement of the honors is not emected, until uento is. cpncluSed, as Sir -ppnglas. Haig aud Sir David Bcatty intend tuking a leading part in esta/MisKiiig the .ai-niy' and nav-r on a peace'basis^ . : .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPIENTS IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

RECIPIENTS IN NEW ZEALAND. ' Vv ELLIX'GTOX. Wednesday. ? Among tnpse T.-np. nave;, recerv.ee. Xcw Year honors' are: — '? - * '' ?- Knights Bacli'tlbr:' -&'.- Justice'-E'd-| wards- ftcnior judge of the ? Supreme Court), and Air. Josepli Kinsey, oi Ghristchurch (who did valuable work, in connection with the Antarctic ex-; peditions). i C.M.G.: Mr. W. It. Morris (secre tary of -the, Post and Telegraph De partment) and Colonel George Cainp bell. ^ Mr. Justice Edwards is well known as the instigator oi trie lash as a pun ishment for serious offences on juven iles and others. Tbis be instituted at the time of thf last Auckland Ex hibition, when a large clement of transient population entered Auck land. He has always been an advo cate of criminal reform, both in Jaw and in treatment, arid has been a de votee of the prison farm system. Mr, Joseph Kinsey is a member of the firm 01 Kinsey and Co.. shipping agents and produce brokers,. Christ-' church. He was an intimate 'friend, of tC...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEW YEAR HONORS, AUSTRALIAN MILITARY RECIPIENTS. (Reuter.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

NEW YEAR HONORS, RECIPIENTS. ; -'?' ?' -' '-''(Bitntw.)'-' ' ?'?'??.' ? ? . -, ' LOKDON, TliuridaJ1;. :, The Australian. Sew *e**- ?»»?'? ^KuTght Commandet of the Bath: Gen eral BosenthaK ' :_' Companions of the Bath: Colonels J. Brnclic, W. il'Kicoil, W. Colon. E. Foott, ' . ? Grand Cross of St. Michael: t.cuer als Birdwood.and Monasli. ? Knights of St. Michael: MajorGen erals White and HoUbs. . Companions oi .St. JHicuaei: cuiuui' E. Tivey, E. AVisdom, J. O. Stewart. I. Mackay, H. Goadara. J. Dick, O. Jess, H. Caddy, E. Herron, W. Allsop, H. Lajii, V. T, Moore, B. Stacy, J, Lava laek. and C. J. Martia. \ Commander of the Empire Order: Military Divissidn— Matron Grace .Wil son. ....... - OlficcrE of the Empire, Order,. Medi cals: Majors S. Emblcton, C. Finn, A. Manure aud Coloucl W;. Upjohn. Infan *rv- Majors J. M'Coll. A. Hymau, Cap tains B. C. Anderson andS. Hunu. Avmy Services: Colonel H. Henley, Major 0. W. Robinson, Captains W. L. Hamilton,. 8. Laccy, H. J. Line and F. V. Sand...

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

THIS YE^-A BETTER Slllt TOR YOU. '£ : ! fofs^b. 1-Q ^ccy s'eP w*t'1 t^'i tillics jn-' *^e - &&*S'^& opportunities every man should see to '?'. \$9 '9'W it tiiait his clothes are right. - /. ji^^il \ ' j (jjuality was never so important an ?!— irfilw!lfytoffis?7 *' 's -o'(^la.v) liOr '''? 5t ever. been ;?«) /5™['l ^wSnRi ^Wk J»vA to obtain. To kuow- tlio namc^bf '?'mm*' mm ?'?' *^^SMHl!'sSlr however, .ite tM know whole good Udor ' '— ^^l§Mn'l lira1 ' illS cau bo olltaincd w't« *''- mitlibluui v^S^f^m S'l ?' ?tro'l)]0 a'(1 ---:fl'eilSl'- l| JiSMffll/M ' ih' .'Wo begin with, the 1110 I laieftil so llSiiflllilal lectioh «f fabrics. Thc-c bv bkillul ffwfflffl F' - cutting and expert bench tailoring, aie v I|!|JJ|JHk !l'( ? made up to your exact bodv inea6U)C llflBll '? luftdts to whatever, style you dictate, ipljWIIv ? I ' ** ' ? ''-^'^i i»ua'l.v'. absolute sitisfnUioji 111 ii'iwf III i iH? ' ''*' I'*'8'1'01' illIll' I'^iurie' js guaranteed ff'fll |OT ' Suits to M...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP AGROUND. WOUNDED IN DANGER. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

WAfiBOWi : WOUNDED IN DANfiEfl) ' VAKCOUVEB, Thursday. The transport, Northern racuic, »s ashore off Nc*r York. A storio as ris ing this afternoon and rescuers art un able to approach. It is believed 1700 wbundsd arc in peril. KEW YORK, Thursday. l-'V.,, Vorlr hnsnital trauBDort. - the Nortltcrn Pacific, inivard- 'Jwund AVit-h 2300 wounded on board from BreBt; stranded' during a fog on Fire Island, 40 miles from the city. Twenty rescue ships, iuclnding cruisers, were soon on the scene hut. 110 danger is anticipated unless a gale occurs. A lifeline has been shot aboard and the ship is ex pected to be hauled off at high tide. The transfer of tlie soldiers is antici pated to be unnecessary. (Reuter.) - Later. Xaval officers have asccrtawed that the transport North Pacific . probably cannot be pulled off. They do not fear that she will break, up as was reported at noon. At 4 p.m. high seaa were breaking- over the. decks and the nia.sts were beJng swept to the tops. Tlie north-west wind ...

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

I SEND FOR THE DQGTQR AND GO TO BED. :\ ^ ' for auS golt®lj^&'^^ ' any day m spite of the tigid quarailtme reguia phs. If you liave ati attack of the i^l Influenza ?, i ' ^siTjdigfJStioi^ wi^^^^reck,' 0^^M,^^ ' and back v/iO ache, your he|rt;actaon may be aSecled^ ao4 you will Have a temperature. These conditions need ffie attentioa of a skilled medical attendant . v It stands every member of the community in hand td so look afte* theft ; general health to prevent If |-o'$sible becoming ih^cled witli'this 46^1^ ' germ and to accomplish* l|u!S'-Bo'*better. remedy1 could top 'Jaiegit tfiaii ; D*r Morse's Indian Root i|U!s/ ^ey are ^ - They are mild in their atiti)M$|M£1fi§^ effective jMctea^mg the s^teitt* ? of all impurities and prevf^lai^ Wrms' getting a chance fe Mc*B*ate. ? Peti-bi&shi Oils, Salts, TohicMnW^O«iW^^lledre*«^eswe*H«ttlfc«sc ? toHeahsfe the system a^^ ; have a tendency to aggravate an aiffiiwfy deranged gastric condition, tt ?? i would alto be advisabl...

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

CA^S-jN BRIER ; LONDOX Tlmrsdav. , Holland has refuted' the' request of fhe , Allies to. .'permit them the use of the railways : and. watenvitt.vs^for the transport of trotSps aud materiulfi. : ? Mr.' George' Barnes, M,P.,' told an American correspondent that Labor wonts*n intc'riiational yniuimnm wage,1* the regultttjon'of diild labor, aiid the ?^TiofiHon'-)f-'.g«*Bt-'*)iops.;:-'--.i:'.'! ?'-, ' * j ? i '??? A .horde of '^olBhfi'Sys are ''lioniiiard- $ng .Lembefg with '??' smail iflnsV - '; -' '?%, ' S'wediBh' volunteer troops liave landed ^iii::EBtbolii*i..--; .'/?.- -'' /{:?? ii sr. iv'--.w-'!1 ;? '?-. ;rr''A'-: ;^r4ar-?otfi' 3ir:'.--L1ojrd' GeorjgjB' ail-,. ;|ioiuii;^3'?{iMti^unW^i:'^e^:Goy'!iii^6nt'''. ;ai9e.B^'^£iii't^;iaUl'it\'pro^lws'^'-tVb' p'epple .'.her'jviU- noti remain iv. ? 'office;: '?. o'|, #ui'ks/ Xtubs and; :iA^etjans',''|iavij .' ;afi:.ited it pjLjjata'A IVenpJi; JBitidsIitiBiian-1 A^ooptf'^v^^^^^^p^y.igtiLnraoHivViS^^^^B^

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

'; ' . ADVEftTIfiERS, .' PLEASE HOTE ! A CHEAT INCREASE IN THE CIRCUIATION The Daily Advertiser -3©mmen:ced. on the PECI4BATI0N Q¥ MA& NEWS-AGENT^ SfiT EVERT TOW tS BOT3JE&A 4#fi '#$|t#: iNCSEAsmG amm spppiiiES. PUBLISHED EVEEY MORNING JN TpiE FOR EXPRESS &$m MAIL TSAiN«s BECOME A PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER Through !?our News- Agent. p #fil &e ati Advertiser, and wish to know, about its Circulation, Ask Gdlomercial Travellers, Ask all News-agents, Ask Stock and Station Agents, Ask the Post Office,, ' Gall at tlie 'Daily Advertiser' Office and see the i^acMnery at wotk, which enables us to giv« the LATEST GABLE and TELEGRAPHIC NEWS EVEIY MORNING. The district News is from the Most Reliable Correspondents. Wpc^ Wheat, Sheep, Cattle, .Horses, Produce, and S|ult Spaces— Current Wires Received Every Bay. PBICE- At per Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. To be obtained feotn all News-agents in Every, Towai in Riverina. Id. PER COPY. ADVERTISEMENTS from 1/. THE 'MY ADVERTISER'...

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ALLIES IN RUSSIA. DISFAVORED BY UNIONISTS. DURBAN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

ALLIES IN RUSSIA.' DISrAVOEED BY UNIONISTS. (Biuter.) - DUBBAN, Thursdac-. The South African Trade Union Con gress- adopted, by 32 to 1, a motion in favor of the withdrawal of Allied troops from Bussia.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-19. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 3 January 1919

[?] ; ? . THE JURF. SOUTSEHN DISX3^IC3C* ^AC '^ ' W ASSQCI^r»N. v ; ;'?/ EACOTG HATES, 1918-19. : . low.' ? ??. : Tutnbarumba l.C-'i. -. January 15, 16/ '? : 'Stojiaro ;1J 0 .'. .. .- January 22, 23. ! 'raabwyliiV.B.C. .. Januatjr 24, .*-». « 0 JB^lctbaii P-B.* ? January. 29,. i; ^fthalone. 3S.C,' . . ?? ?- ? ? IfebHWHT & . ^;*SSiS E.O. ? »l«n?«*'i»J *? '' '-'Sijfilkmunflra :T.C. . . Febroarf 'IS; 18. '?' Ji- :Mwtia&& '' -B.C. ... V. riebrtiaiy 28, 27; ^ :-#i^8t«aa P,«.-3. - .. .i M»cV 1; '..^'ISiyMale P.B.C. .. .. -?' - Martk Z, '?- Sbnila TC .. ...... March 5; 6. ??: '--a&iidwooa T.C ? Match 7,8. . J-inee Bacing Club .... March -11, 12. ;? i iiSllmry St. Patrick Day R.C.Marcli 16. *?'- ®D. BacinE Association Meet- ' V'. ?/ ;^ ihg ?..'??.: .. .- - March 22, 23. ' ': Adalninaby J.C ? JSSarcli 17, 18. r^^raro^-aC. ? .. March l» OaHanoB A'B.C; .. .. .. Mareh IS. ?: Wagga St. Patrick's Day B.C., March Ifl liarollan B,C ? Mar^h 2«, ? Henty B.C ? March 26....

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