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THE WEATHER. GOOD RAINFALL. EASTERN DISTRICTS BENEFIT, SYDNEY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

' t, , . ' , ,.8 THE WEATHER. ?GOOD RAINFALL. EASTERN DISTRICTS BENEFIT. : SYDNEY, Saturday. ? -j . iLight to moderate rain 5iaB fellen f over -the eastern 'half of the ' Stated exceptonthe^orth coastandcxtreme] south-east -cottier. - f 1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

iWAGGA TEMPERATURES. 1 ' ' Baturdav. I .- .Majiin^in «G ' &?: ss »?-- w ?iWatinilim sx S3 X£ -93 ,53' 9ft* ^ j _S jiyl

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DROUGHT CONDITIONS. BAD POSITION IN WEST. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 6 January 1919

D&OUGUT CONDITEONB, . j , j'j,' ... ? bad poeim.N iir WEfli'. . _ . f-fe- ?' ; ' *:{?'? I-: '- SYDNEY, Saturday. ' It is reported that travellers is- the ? drought-stricken parts of thq'Stflte -aie 4 paying as much, as halfra-crown for a ^ bii'ckot of y/ater'for th'eir bprseu. Not p. ; single blade of grttss lsVi^ible for miles: and atOBb^ whfeh ^ve ,-noi bpen «ra-J moved tb -vtOTtf ukely spots Jivxn|;' by li^dng -iup grass eoeds in -th&i-dust.; Stock -in a number of.plBbes:aro alr£fcdy iying .andTeports ^fa^Bd^onght comingi'tp siand ' frfiin attracts of the State J ' ' ' *? ' '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY WEIGHTS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

ANNIVERSARY WEIGHTS. SYDNEX, Monday. The following weights were declared to-day for A.J.C. Anniversary meet ing:— CHALLENGE STAKES. ., Balarang.. ........ 10 4 Colugo . . . . ... . . . 9 13 . Poitriha ..' ? 9 10 Kennaquhair . ? . . . . 9 10 Dame Acre ........ 9 1 Amberdovvn ........ 8 13 Publican.. ........ 8 10 Aries .. .. .. 6 9 Briseis .. .. .. .. .. S 8 j Palm Leaf 7'. ? ? SO Norbury .. .. ... ... 8 C. Willie Ploma ...... 8 6 Cerise Colors ...... 8 4 ] Quaestor.. .... .... 8 3 j Auberic .......... 8 2 | Bimeter... ...... 8 2 Sydney Damsel.. ., ... 8 2 Keuilis .......... 82 Princess Lucy ...... 8 2 Suimyside .. .. .. .. 7 12 Bourcong.. 7 12 Irritation ...... .. .. 7 12 Sheila B, ... ;, .. .. 7 12 Ardrossan . . . . . . . . 7 11 Fight Ever .. ., .. .. 1 9 Ayrmagh.. .. .. .. .. 7 9 Anyhow ? '? .. ... 7 7 ?. Lord Bardolpb .. .. ..; 7 6 Parthos 7 5 WollaTa Maid -., .. .. 7 5 ' '^Queen -Acre. . .. .. .. 7 5 Kilmaine^. ... .. - . .. 7 3 Kilfoyle .. .. .. .. .. 7 3 Aranap .. ? ? ? . 7 3 ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VACANT VILLAGE. INTERNMENT CAMP AT MOLONGLO. SUGGESTION BY MR. T. J. LEY, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

VACANT VIIMQZ * itrfBBKSOBKT OA&PJLT ^ 2I0LDKOliO,* PHGMJESTION BY 3lB. T. J. LET, M.LA. '. ?' ' fn j-rcjpar&tion for feftme 3D0D Germans ( and their families, who were, to be in-, terned in Australia from tho East, the.; dommonwealth Government (built ft V&fit camp at Molonglo, near Canberra. 5t comprised 80 blocks -of buildings,- each containing 21 rooms, fitteci witn. eiectyu:, light,' sewerage, water supply and other conveniences. The cost incurred j On i behalf of the Imperial .Government * j was £157,000. When the «chc*no for internment fell through on account of representations ma^e to London from Berlin, this . extensive . enterprise .- as eumed tho nature of a 'whito ele-- bhant,' The Federal Cabinet is faced with the question of what to do with it. Writing on tho subject, Mr. T. j. Ley, M.L.A. for Hurstville, says: 'I botico that the future use of the Mo longlo Internment Camp has yet to bo considered by tho Federal Cabinet. Ac. cording to report, t...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

TEOTTINQ F1XTDBB3. 9.D.T.C., Junee — Peb. 19, Apl. 2, June 0, Temora Trotting Club . . ? . Feb. 26. The Summer meeting of the Albury Licensed Victuallers' Racc Club will - * - -r . - . J TLa he held on January ^4 ana zj. j »«- programme embraces six events, for each day,, the total prize money .-iinounting to £210. . Nominations for all events close at midnight on January *4. j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPSTERS IN COURT. CASE ADJOURNED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

TIPSTERS IN COURT. CASE ADJOTJBNED. } fiyDNEr, Monday. | Two .well-known turf tipsters. Alfred Vbckler and C. W. Hopkins, were separ ately proceeded against at the Central Cummons Court to-day on information alleging they caused to.be published an advertisement whereby it was made to appear they would on application give information or advice: with respect to an event or contingency relating to a horse race. An adjournment was grant ed till January 28.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISTS RESIGN. DEMONSTRATION AGAINST HOFFMAN. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SOCIALISTS RESIGN. ' j 14 1 DEMONSTRATION AGAINST HOFFMAN. LONDON, Monday. - j The Berlin Independent Socialists in ttfe -Prussian Cabinet,, as well as those :in the German State of Brunswick, have j decided to resign. Among them is Adolph Hoffman, whose course towards j the churches aud schools resulted' in bitter opposition even by his own. col leagues. Sixty thousand uatnoiics ana Protestants, after a mass meeting on Thursday, marched to the Ministry for Public Works, and demonstrated against Hoffman, Dr. Liebknecht was also a target for the crowd's anger. The pro cession sanjr 'Deutchland TJber Allcs.' Hoffman escaped. from the building.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOULD NOT BE TOLERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

aWaVD NOT^lG^EEBSSSraiD, ,?te^, ^because there ie; iio' tellhag ,-^hea Ssppeiidicitis or eoine other, aeripus ail :bl/?ttoayresultfpom^i^6,emnlatio -pi waste matter .jn'theS^em5^'iI)o not tnnlr'fl jinnffffrs of s al t Pj fl Ji q ^ : 'rritatetfifeletomachiand aie 'in. eyejys#e^^'^ifereM?!ifroyii this^ ^lisiial

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GROWING MENACE BOLSHEVIK FLAME SPREADS IN GERMANY. MUST PEACE BE [?]LITARILY ENFORCED? SUBTLE AP[?]LS TO AMERICA. GERMANY. SPARTACUS PREPARATIONS. BERLIN DANCING MAD. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

[?] [?] [?] . germanyS^^^. SPAETACUS' bemjn dancing mad. ' LONDON, Mondky. . The 'Tiuics' Hague conf fpwndcnt cays that Bosa Luxemburg, who the ?'* Vossisehe Zeitung' described jit the 'Syiiil of the Revolution.' speaking before the Spartacus Leagues, said tliey must prrpAre for a period of shaipest conflicts. Their -fir't 'duty was io un dermine the Ebert Government. ? Tlie tieriin --lagcwau. ui-^.v.ue | the New Year's dancing. Htfs the eabarcts' were overflowing and the number of dancing saloons .has doubled since November, ''We do not wish to moralise, but. must say 'Berlin ucver experienced such a New lcar s Eve he roic. People precipitated -themselves into the tauy:o like a pack of hungry wolves.' The London newspapers are, demand ing a prompt meeting of tlie Peaco Con ference and action that will stein the chaos threatening Germany. There is a dawning' recognition 'that if anarchy seizes Central Kurope the decisions of the Peace Conference, sucb «s the draw ing of 'boundaries ...

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. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SPORHNG. the turf. SOUTHERN DISTRICT * BACk ING ASSOCIATION. „ ' -? 1 SACIKa DATES, 1918-10. | Tumbahubba T.a. ?-. . . January IE, 16. Motiaro B;0. .. .. Jaauary 82, 28. iibpry li.V: B.C. .. January 24, 26. Ardlefba? P.B.C. .. .. January 29. Sinalong B.C. .. .. ?? Febroa^ 5. Joulburn B.C. .... ? ? February 7, 8. Jootamundra X.O. . . iebruary 12, 1». rumut T.C. ? ? February l.9, 20. Qandagai B.C. .. .. Febrnaty 28 27. Bampstead P.B.C ? v b' Oaysdale P.B.C ? ? f «? Toung T.Oj- ? ? ? ^flrchl' 8* Braidwood -T.C ? ? ? M»w:h, », 8. Junee Bacing Club .... March 11, 12. ilburv fit. Patrick Day B.C., March IP 3.D. Baeing' Association Meet- _ . intr ? ? ?? March 22, 23, A.daminaby J.C ? ? March 17, 18. Warn Memorial Meeting ..Mar. 18, , Suriowa B.C ? March 18. Ardlethaa P.B.C, ? ? March 19. Oaklands A.B.C. ? Marcn 19; Wagga St. Patrick's Day B.C., MarchM BareSan B.C ? March 88. Henty B.C ? Ma,rcll.12®- Yanko Picnic B.C ? 5' Urana B.C ? ? ?? -^'r %' Gonlburn 8*Hour Club ?* April ? 4, B. Qoulbu...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORNOWAY DISASTER. BLUEJACKETS' FATE. COME HOME TO DEATH. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

.. i- ? ? SKfflNOWAY DISASTER. [ BLUEJACKETS' FATE. _ ____ COME HOME TO DEATH. LONDON, Sunday. Further details of the shipping dis aster at Stornowav, where some 2;o British sailors lost their lives, arc available. The Iolaire, formerly the private yacht . Amalthea, was approaching Stornowav in the early hours of. New Year's Day; It was a cicar night, bllt the ?;-»n \vac rnrlin#»H rr»iitv1»n#-c; The vessel went ashore at ,-the .en trance. Apparently she was carried ' broadside on by -the waves, and be came unmanageable. There were some 300 011 board. All the officers and crew were lost. The survivors are estimated at from ' 35 to 50. Many jumped into the sea ' ?and were drowned. Two boats which had been launched swamped. A i man carried a line to .Jhe shore, and nearly all the survivors escaped hv this means. A boy clung to the wreck for eight hours before he was rescued. For many of the men it was their first leave of the war. Tiiev were men of Lewis Island (the Hebrides). Which se...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Duck Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

Duck Stealing. 1 James Harold Birmingham, Edgar ' Thomas Jackson, and William James , .Tackson, were charged . with having, on : vdr about January 1, 1919, at Gobba- 1 gumbaliS, Stolen six ducks, the property , ?jot ^'WiUiam'Eobinson. j Inspector Buprez conducted the prose- ? ? *. ciitioh anii ilir. Jif cured sot' undc- ! ?fended. v ? ; '. Constable Royal, stationed at.Xorth ; i . jWagga, {tayo -videnM ilia* about 30.38 1 p.m. on Januirv 1 .he sa-.y . the. thruo. ., j'afceused on the Xarutdcra-road. One ^of the Jacks''.® was driving a horse j ? -nttadlied to * snlk;r, aad Birmingham ' ' and the oilier JaciWon were talking, j ' JTe followed tli cm to i about two and a , ?. half miles alon^ tho main road. When Ihcy^ot (o :ne top - f Gobbagumbalin .. Hill they turned to the left off t}-e - jhain road towards th* river, {railing ! , up on a little reserve about -JOO yards j from the rend. Here- they took' the j horse out ot the sulky and after the ! ' lapse of £0 minutes or half su hour...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA CHARGES. EVIDENCE AT INQUEST. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SARDINIA CHWGES. ?f'.- '. ? ? ? evidence at inquest. ; ; Ir 'SYDNEY, ^londiy. The Sardiiiia inquiry was rertimed lo iiay. -Commander JBoss- said. thu .vcsEcl had -been ifitted -as a transport iinder the Imperial regulations, tjie work , being supervised liy lhe Admiralty- He had. a . look round to see how tlie ship was. fitted and was quite satisfied with his examination. ?Captain Cadiz deposed - that, just abont the ^iafe'i-t he vessel su-rived .it Capetown., .he' heard some question Taised' Sb'out ration®. ; He took no no tice of it.\ because : it was not coyj miiuiuated to him officially. M:r. Broomfield., who; represented 'he Retiii ned Sailoi-s and Soldiers ' Imperial Leajrnc, said the troops claimed they wort-, justified in refusing to. re-embark at Melbourne for the following reasons: (I) ?fhat they were improperly fed' regards the quality Sind quantity of the food- they liad been allotted: -2-1 on si count! o'f tSc absolutely inadequate dcci accommodation; (3) that Major Oes...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Sheep Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

Alioged Sheep Stealing, The above trio were' next chargcd 1 with having, ? on or about January 3.,' j 1919, at iCobb^guinbalin, stolen -onei sheep, the property of William Bobin son. ? .? . Constable ;!Sbyal ; gave eimilar - c vi dcnce in this as in the former case, adding that on the reserve near the sulky ho- saw tho -three accused etoop*. ing over something, and heard the bleating -of a sheep, tyhen they got 'to the North vWaeea lockup he saw the full earcasc pf a sheep in a bag tinder tho seat of the sulky. The head was] still on it, but the ears had. been cut1 off. The i sheep had, been skinned and dressed. -On his asking Birmingham where he had got the sheep, the latter replied it was- no 'good telling a lie' about it. They got it near Hodge's. ! i Witness said he bad 'been watching them all ni.eht, and that .they killed it on the river at Gobb^gumbalin. ? Birmingham then asked was it any u?t turning Queen 's evidence. Witness replied thai he (Birmingham) was .the. oldest; the...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OIL FRAUDS. BERS ARRESTED AT SAN FRANCISCO. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

- -..I V .. I ... ? ? ? ? ? OIL FRAUDS. SERS ARRESTED AT SAN ? FRANCISCO j SYDNEV, Monday j I ? information uas oeen rcceivea - at di^iNew South Wales hcad-qiiaif-ters »fv IfKSp.' Vrjrisf ^'.-'San ^Fran'ciico'^ offj&k&S tholomew Bers. or Albert $rea; charge ed in conncction with extensive ^oiJ - iitoudt is SyfrmyM

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAURIA GRACE CHENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

XAT7SIA OSAOE OBENEY. : '' The death occurred ' yesterday of Lauria Grace :Cheney, daughter. of: Mr: aud- Mrs. Robert. tJlipney, of : '^Boii.li Park.' -Jtibbag)imbalin, The .funeral takes plane to-day, moving from the parents' residenee at ? ji-iu. for in terment' in the Church. 0/ L'nglaud por tion of the' Wagga :Cemeteijy!at i p m.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

SEOHT Ot TBP *CT**. ?-wr.-i '» '.' Menda?., ; Wagga,/.. .. ». *. -. 2«- Gji ^ ?-? ?*» ? - . i» '»* -jft. 4in.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MR. JAMES BURLEY POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

. *====?;«, «f OBITUARY. ME. JAMES BUBLEY POWEK - The death occurred- in Sydney --*n\f!un- dajr last of James Burler Power, am of Mr, and Mrs. Morgan Po-^Mv'ipf, Eunonyhareenylia, at the age'. -of' % £9 ycars. In addition to his paTents^Vjij survived liv three brothers and Arte sisters. The remains will arrive- by tile mail- train from -Sydney this tjnoriiing^ for interment in the ' Church .^f £i-£-i land portion of the Wagga Cemetery

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919

BouilUl ViBitiai Committee. + Messrs. J. H. ^Skudder, -„W. H. Hirdyand H.Qates. TUit^^CwniBitt«: Me* - datoeiilpbney kid Ditchiield.

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