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DARLINGHURST ESCAPEES. INQUIRY DROPPED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
DARLINGHURST ESCAPEES. ? ? ? /. INQUIRY JX^OtPSDr . SYDNEY, Monday. The military authorities, have decided not to hold ah inquiry into . the circuin evinces attending the eseipe bf the foar German internees from Darlinghurst de tention barracks. They, have accepted ihe skeleton key iStory told by Reiser 4 US usjJJiiituug- ilv termination was reached as'.ihb r6sult pf a practical d'emonstratiou of the use pf the skelcton kcy; iprior to which it \yas thought to have beeii -iinpbisibU to ^pcu .the cell door iii Uie manner sug- ?; gested! 3'.; 1, , . I'..' J.;
GOODS TRAIN DELAYED. ENGINE DRIVER INUEED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
GOODS TRAIN DELAYED. ENGINE DRIVER JNVRED. SYDNEY, Monday. While a goods train 'of 'iix -truckr containing coal and a brako'-vari, v. As being shunted at Valley Heights eyily this morning, the train ran' back .and Ms detailed. Pour trueke andi the vau went of'er an embankment. A mi earned Fiuney, a locomotive driver, who was a passenger in the van, had his shoulder dislocated. The -traffic on the down - main line was blocked' for spmfc considerable time.
WOOL CUP FOR 1917-18. VALUED AT £41,000,000. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
. 9. ==» .. WOOL CLIP FOR. Idf 7-18. VALUED AT, £li,000,000. £ , ? ? ? ... 1 MELBOURNE, Monday. A bulletin issued under the authority of the Central Wool Committee, shows that the 1917-18 -wool dip was valued at nearly ? £41,000,000. m 1 ' ''ii -
WHEAT SOLD. 50,000 TONS TO NORWAY. PRICE, 5/8 F.O.B. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
. ?- ; 1 WHEAT SOLD; I GO, 000 TONS TO NOttWAY. ,il j PRICE, 5/S F.OB. ^ MELBOURNE, Monday. Senator Russell, Minister in charge of the Wheat Pool, staled fo-daj' that the s?le of 50,000 tons of wheat to Nor way had been effected at a priee equiva- . lent to 5/8 per bushel, f.o.b. ' ThOAvhcat will be taken from Victorian, and South Austelian/port s. ' , . . ^ \ 1 ' FIVE SHIPS FOR THIS ; STATE. MELBOURNE, Monday. The Australian Wheat Board an nSunces that live wheat ships, ranging from 3300 to 3 WOO tons, iiill load at Sew South Wales during the end of January and the beginning of Febm ?ary.. -'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
- W, H. WH^TttY? - AUCTIOUEEB, ;8TO(K ' BTATION AGEIJT -30RLBU^N. Sales oi Pat HOTJLBUBN Myth?) WEKJTOSMY. , - -. flpQd paddoeki baadyi to:6aleywd» and Bailway. '* - Sf^pod demand ?or «!u eUrnil ? ? . -- ? 'ii'S ' . .'..lnolll|»... ? '? iV k&8j-)67 SHEEP ' r f. ' , r, J, .1 W. '. . ' 108,791 OATTLB. . *. - J
WAGES OF SHEARERS. MANY CONCESSIONS DEMANDED. SOME STRANGE PROPOSALS. GOOD PAY, BUT CHEEP COMMODITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
VSM JHBWtas, SOME \STRAKiSE .P»0|Q^^ [?] ?;At;pis!'forA'coriiing po.fiyetifipni tie JVufetraHan Workers' Union rl(a'c- ' cbrding^to tlje M^Hboiiirie 'Argus'),ni var)efe6f question's Will be' idistussed ilowGn^to be stillifaittcdi fromA'arions sheTs^and Bcctibus in Queensland and Is (&;-.Sfiuth Walfes Sb. far iircalated. would 'fill about two , columns. They are pevotea almost cxcmbiveiy iu ut ntands for higher wages, _ shorter ^ours, .iipproved acco^nnodation, ex tended, privileges, and ' cheaper, com liio'di'ties. l-'oilo wing . arc some of the -motions to be submitted:— *' ' That all shed, hands be .paid _ the same rate b£ wages per week, irre spective of age. .' Tjiat. a clause be inserted in ihe award agreement fixing the price of meat at ad. per ib. . That in castis of lost time through stoppage, except through wet weather, the shearer 'be paid at the rate o! £1 per da^. ,. . That station : owners be compelled to dciivcr the 'Worker' to etatioa hands along with other ma...
EAST PRUSSIA. POLES OCCUPY POSEN. COPENHAGEN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
EAST PRUSSIA; # v POLES OCCUPY P0SEN. J ',',.'1 . (Center.) / , COPENHAGEN, Mnday. A message from Berlin states that, the situation in the Pm-inee of 'Posen is critical. Poles occupy the town of Posen and the eastern part of . the Pro vince. also the railways, and have is sued. a proclamation urging the coun try's- re-uniou 'with Poland.: Several f ^onticr -conflicts hiave occuned-between the Germans and Poles, -in the course of which the Girman artillery defeated, the -Poles.
AUSTRALIA AND THE WAR. LIST OF HONORS. SIXTY-FOUR V.C.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
/jusififcm C0O THE Wi ' LIST OF HOWORS. ' ^ -; SIXTY-FOUR V.C.'s. According to the latest infoirmatiOJi , available the Victbria Cross hjs ? beert awarded to the following Aufitralianst Jj.-Cpl.. T. U. OXFORD, tWestertj Australia. Pte. R. M. 'BEAT HAM, BtH ffiatt, -Vic.). . : . , Second-Licut*. * F» iBIRlCS- 2n.d' iField Anlbulancc, Victoria. Second-Lieut. A. S, R L'ACKBU R^. » ?i6th sBatt., South Australia, Incut. A. ,C. BORE.LI.A, ,26th 1?att., . 'Queensland apd Tasmania. Cpl W. E. BROWN, L.H., U-SJW. Gpl! A. H. BUCKLEY, 54th Batf, Homebush, N.S.W. ,Pte. P. BUGDEN, 31st Batt., ' : Cpl. A. S. BURTON, 7th3att., Vic. ' Pte. J. CARROLL, 33rd Batt, W.A'. Pte. G. CART WRIGHT, -33rd Batt., . .Iv.SAV. ...... Sgt. C. C. CASTLETONi, Stli MS. Company, N.SAV. Capt. P. H. CHERRY, 26th Batf., Ta& Pte. T. COOKE,. 8th Batt, N.SAV. Pte. W: M. CURREY, 53rd iBat^ Leidihardt (N.S.W.), . D vr. H. DALZIEL, 15th Batt, O: ? Second-Lieut. \V. T. DARTNELCj Royal Fusiliers. (Vic.). Cpl P. DAVEY, S.A...
AMERICAN SUPPORT. CULTIVATED BY GERMANS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 7 January 1919
AMERICAN iC SUPPORT.: ' CULTIVA13ED ' BY GEBMA1&. i 5,: ? ~ — ?; — - ^ (Rcuter.) ^ . LOKDON, liondiy. ?The German ncwspapers-arle lately de veloping the idea: that Gei'many^ ,v can safely count upon the. ccononiie strength of America :to accompli th luy thing .thai is uuaccomplished through the political j programme 'of President Wilson. ,The 'Frankfurter - Zejtottg' sets,- out to, show New York has become the finan cial capital o£ the world, that the Ameri can flag is taking- the plaoe.of the' Eng lish, oter --the- world seas, that America has become the most -important, exporter of Taw. materials, especially cotton and cbru. !. It predicts while England is chgrossed ia the problems of internal reconstruction, America will make rapid progress with' world trade. The. 'Zcitung' asks if this wonder ful, wealthy America wjll permit Im perialism to »'ob Germany of the pow'cr to lire. The newspaper laments the fact that Germany's . West front collapsed at ihe momeut^ when Germany...
DISTRICT NEWS. CULCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 8 January 1919
DISTRICT JEWS/ ,.': €ULCAIRN.' V' :* Miss Els^'c Glenn; of the staff- of the Culcairn Public Scliool, has . b'cen transferred' id- ihe'Pcak Hill School. Her father. Sergeant J. W. -Glenn, is -tationed at.Pcdk Hill. Miss Glenn rose from pupil to teacher at tlic.Cul t-airn School, and took' a keen interest in lior work. She. was also iioitorarv sccrtlarjjof several committees .of tthe Church1 of England. :'?.'.' .?''' :'; ' The annual meeting: of .the Culcairn; Show Society takes place in.MafcJi. Many accounts' arc still outstanding for donation's and ^fticmbers' sulsscrip tio.nf. aiid it is -ytj)ectc,di /Ibcsc .'-vill comii'.intduring , th'c*. next few weeks, With the greatly increased member-. shi|/ and .war, work- practically ? ccjip lilctcd, .there 'slwmW be/ greater, inter-'. est' in slto\v. jiiattcrs this year. ? -r The'addiUons and imprpv£meuts to. tiic Culcajrji' JBublic Sclippl jircyto; be carricU. out early ihfs'.y'iiix.; An officer. \yillJivisit. tlic school before thc^yaca...
OBITUARY. MR. W. H. OAKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 8 January 1919
« ' ? a- ^ .i- OBITUARY. v.' ME. W: H. OAKLEY. The death has occurred of a wcll kuonn aud respected business' man of Albury, Mr. W.*H. Oakley, wUo passid away suddenly iu JiisjfctudiOj Dtau street, Albury. about 2.30 011 Monday afternoon. Tlitf Jatt Mr. Oakley was. a jialivJi of LouJolj, where he was lioiu on IVbrua'rv ]3; ]S01. and 'was therefore only a few weeks off 5S years of age. H» learned ;thc profession of photo grapher iu the Old Country, and came out under engagement to the Talma Studios in Melbourne. Tlie Jatc Sir. Oakley was elected to tlie Albury ?Mu- nicipal ?Couuc-il at a Jjy-electiou iu Oc tober, 1316, when he defeated J)r. A. Xathan and. Sl.i. AV. IJ. Ball, the otlier aqjivants for the vacancy, He held the position 'until September, last year, when indifferent health caused his re sigiiutioii. As au aldcruiau, tlie late Mr. Oakley took considerable interest in ic alTairs of the imiuii-liiiiHtv- 11-- was also at one time u aiwuljcr of. tlie committee of Die Aibuiy Di...