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THE "TIMES" COMMENTS. ADVICE TO THE NEW GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
TttE 'TIMES\' COBiMENTS; ADVICE TO. THE ' NEW ' ? ''J ^ ?'? ?r(Publislicd in the 'Times.') .The 'Times,' in a.' leading article',: states: — The electors tested the candi dates of the parties haa-are alive with' unpreeqdeqted' severity _and^ impartial ity- accordin'e to the vftfr teeord. It is the death-knell to- old party divisions, lacing a victory of patriotic trade union ists! 1 tie veals the hoilowncss /jfHhe. claims of rival1 leaders, carefully engin eered and the falsity of the card -vote 6f Labor con'feren'ces. Thc^ very size of the Government's majority is ' itfi chic'f element of weakness. This regret able majority show* few jrroih'i'f-iirg peW! men and is certainly critieistible on -the ground ^tiia't it includes' an ':ejcceaiv-e 'numbCi-^Sf 'rlcV miifmUffi'^Si# flflffltr y will 'clostsly scrutinise the'' Prime Min ister 's use- -ofvan- almost uniquo nia-; jorit'y. Tn making Cabinet appointf-.o mpn-JsiMi-; Lloyd G-y)rgC;l should 40 1' de lav in securing a renewal of the m...
SINN FEIN PROGRAMME. NEWSPAPERS COUNSEL FIRM ACTION. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
SINN FEIN PROGRAMME. , NEWSPAPERS COUNSEL FIRM action. ' LONDON, Tusidky. The 'Tinies'' Dublin coirespon'den t 'states that the immediate future of Ireland is dark and dangerous. ' Ife un derstands that, the Government is ready to deal with the Sinn Feiners' proposals to establish (a constituent assembly in Dublin without rcc6gnisihg theTlritish Parliameiit. * ' ij Tlie 'Daily Mail's' Dublin corres pondent says that any attempt to treat with tlie Jirovisional government vvonld be seditious and likely to result ii. a genera! Strike. 'The Sinn Feiners. be lieve thcy ate fighting a winning battle and'-vvill be able to make British author ity -in: Ireland impossible. ' ?
SINN FEINERS' VICTORY. PROPOSAL FOR IRISH SOVIET. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
SINN FEINERS' VICTORY. PROPOSAL' FOR IRISH SOVIET. (Published in ' The Tihjfis. V) LONDON; Tuisday. ,S i r'iOd iv.'H-d' On re on, in it letter to his constituen'fs, says that the election-' has cleared th? air. in Irelan.dJ,' where, the issue was between fiu independent re public. and government under the rar-; lia-jiieitt of the United: Kiagdom. . TJie Dublin eoi'respoiidi/nt of - the ' Times ' .states tliafc majiy elected fiinn J^einprs arc in gaol -or interned. 3Jnst of tlie ginn Fein majorities were over whelming# Women voted Sinn Fein in regiments pint their enthusiasm wn? ex traordinary. Hveryuhere Sinn Fein or ganisation was perfect) There; was no disturbance and -tlie relations -between all the candidates- were of the friendli est. ; The Sinn Fein organisation- ex pects the, early release of 'the internees, ,.Y proposal to establish, a ?constituent assembly in Dublin is being w.idely. sup. ported in aaany electorates. ? .
MR. ASQUITH'S DEFEAT. PROBABLE SEAT IN ROUSE OF LORDS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
MR.- ASQUITH'S DEFEAT. J /PROBABLE SEAT IN BOt^F. . - 1 1 OF LORDS, ' ; : ' LONDON, Tuesday. . oTIic ? '-Daily ICxprcss' ' - says Mhi? might ' almost be ' called' -Mr. Bornn- . Ijnw's; ? election . . and ' -says he has led 1 back ? tlie ? Coalition Unionists ' into almost , unparalleled Power.' Th.er tlioroughlv deset ved their success but 'must keep their jvromiste and e afry out1 social reccrnstriicfion; Other: wise ) reaction was bound' ti) come.' ; All papers .regret ' Mr. jAsquith 's de- ' feat, and i' it is suggestcdi that he . be a-shed : fo go to the House of Lords. .
COOTAMUNDRA SEAT. A DISPUTED SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
COOTAMUNDRA SEAT. A DISPUTED SELECTION. A Labor selection ballot has been taken to choose a candidate to contest [the Cootamundra seat against the Premier at the next election. The candidates were Messrs. C. B. Trcfle. hroiher of the iate Minister for 'Lands, anil E. fioad. ? Mr. Trcfle secured 412 voles, as against his opponent's 408, and thuK on the voting, grained the selection. However, certain objections to the leading candidate have been made, and- the endorsement of the executive, of the Australian Labor parly lias been withheld pending inquiry into these matters by its disputes com mittee.
COALITIONISTS' SWEEP. FAVORABLE PRESS COMMENTS. "GREATEST IN PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY." LONDON, Tuesday. O [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
[?] ; FAVORABLE PRES.S^. ; '? ;C0M«IENtS.v%,';;- i ''GREATEST IN , PARLIAMENT. , ARY HISTORY.' . ^ \ ' ' ' ' . ;lon!don. Tuesday. ? i Tjlic^ '''Daily.- ?Chronicle' .fta.ti'i ..ljtai the couriirj'jii'fs iieyej-' 'Jjjoie 'demo cratic, progressive aiiil patriotic than when it rallied ? -rountl 'Mr. 'Tiloyd tieorjfe-ij-'-neprcscMtiug. a patriotic democracy. ftccause it wants big tilings.. (iipJfO, it' frill gq.'fll with auv part-' or' section ' that stands between liiiii and tlie'cxecution 01 the people's mandate. Therefore the fact, that tiie unvvjeldy '. pia'j.ority' is a 'decided t.'nioiiist' niajo'ritj' heed not perttirb us. ?' '' 1 ? . ' The ''Mornih'jr Post' Says- that- the nation lias decreed the political ban ishment of ..two .parties whom the people regarded as unfaithful to the iiation'af 'cSiffei ? it returned1 by an overwhelming- majority* a party which, best, ^presses ,its national love of solid British institutions. . . Tlie /'Daily Telegraph''* .'. comments tliat' it? is ...
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT' RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-19. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
;fSfORTJN6. ; ' -TEE TOSF. W~ ? ' .Hill ? SOUTHERN DtSTEIOT' BA0« ma ASSOCIATION. , BACINO DATES, 1918-19. ' 1 1819. i Young T.C. ? . .... ? ? January 1. Adaminaby J.O. .. .. .. January 1. Adelong B,C. .. ? . . . . . Jftnuajy 1, S, Goulburn B.C. .. .. .. .. Jaunary 1. Fumbarumba T.C. ?? January '15j. 16, Uonaro, B.C. . . . . January '2, '23. Albury L.V, B.C. . . January 24, SB, Ardlethan P.B.C ? ? January 29. Binalong B.C ? February 6, Goolburn B.C. . . . . . . February 7, 8, Cootamundra T.C. ... February, 18, 13. tumut T.C ? February 19, SO. Gondagai B.C. ... .. February 26, ST. Hampstead P.B.G. .. .. .. March 1. Daysdale P.B.C, .. .. .. .. March S. Founz T.C. .. .. .. ?? Starch 5. 6. Braidwood T.C . . . . . ? . . March 7, 8, Junee Bacing Club llaTeh 11, 12. Alburj»St. Patrick Day B.C , March 15. S.D. Bacing Assoeiation ileet- . . ing .. .. .. .. .. March 2fej 23. Adamiuaby J.C. .. ... ..'March 17, IS. Burr own B.C. ? ? Match 18. Ardlethan P.B.C. ? ? March 19. Oakland® A.B.C. '... ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
The V.R.C. committee has decided that in eases where a horse which has been backed on the concession system ruus a dead-heat for first place, the backer is entitled, to receive half the ?n inning amount on his ticket, just as he would if he had backed the horse w ithout a concession.
FRANCE'S FRONTIERS. REMOVING THE ENEMY MENACE. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919
FRANCE'S FRONTIERS; REMOVING THE ENEMY MENACE; (Beuter.) PARIS, T.uosdav. M. Pieliou. Foreign Minister, . in ?a- spceoli in the Chamber of Deputies, said they did not want a policy of -ari- ' negation but reserved entire . liberty concerning the frontiers of. AlsaceLor raine.. He siiij Germany was conqueted-' but not crushed and must be jnevcnSed from- .finding compensation -for. . . her losses iu German Austria, M. Picjion declared that the action of the Allies in Russia was confincd to re-organising Russian forces so as to enable the lat ter to effect an economic, cucirclcment of Bolshevism. M. Franklin Bouillon, President of the Foreign Committee, said .that .the, Saar mining basin must be included .in Al sace-Lorraine and 110 enemy troops; or fortresses must remain on the left. liant of the Rhine, and 110 cneii?y must be. within five, miles of the Great Rhine.