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FIGHTING IN POLAND. BOLSHEVIKS ADVANCING. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

FIGHTiNQ IN POLAND. ? .. -., . ?.- SOliSBBVJKS ADVANCIKCt. ' LONDON, Thursday. The ' ' Ttart ipoiji'ftsijou^cut at Pe tro- .? grad, Mr. J. N.t Jeffries, snvs the Poles are defending Vilua and, are usiiig^arr' inoreil ' trains ??for ' tfie .'passage of .;t^(jdps jat '^threjiteiied-; poJritB. : The .jpcagaiiti'y'; aro/1beijiff strongly reinforced' «ad' are: determined to 'light to the- utmost tho Bolsheviks, ? wlip.; ai'c appi'oachiug the eitv on three sides.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIAN DICTATORS. LENIN'S ARREST REPORTED. COPENHAGEN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

RUSSIAN DICTATORS. LENIN'S ARREST isrORIED. , ' (Beuter.) . COPENHAGEN. Thuriday. j Trotsky has arrested 'Lenin in -order to. secure a irierrhiind for. teModan.^

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACS' BRIDES. MINISTERS KEPT BUSY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

ANZACS' BRIDES. MINISTERS, KEPT- BUSY. 1 — -!*— ^ ' LONDON, Thursday. Aiizacs' marriages' in Great Britain avejfage.-joo per mQxilh,. an increase of 40 per cent® since the armistice, Tlie total number' of ' Anzacs who ' ha vie married , in 'Britain is 7,518.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON THEATRE SOLD. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

LONDON THEATRE SOLO. * (Reucer.) VANCOUVEll, Thursday^* . The Alfred Butt Syiidicatc have bought Brui-y Lane ' Theatre, Loudon, for £109,375. , ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUBILEE SHOW. WHEAT ATTRACTION'S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

i jubilee Show. ) (WHEAT ATTRACTIOXSi iff . The Royal Agricultural Society !taS| tnad« additions ? to the wheat section: of -the juhiiee, show, and the prizes have also been increased. Oneof the important changes in the conditions 1 is -that, instead of a sample of one : Chapman bag being asked for syith : each entry, only a bushel is required for this show. j; It was found- that the special ?freights on single bags of wheat com ing from the country , were 'extremely high, as much as S/6 having to be paid for one; bag, of wheat' on the railways from .the. wheat, districts to Sydney. By-reducing the wheat to one buSliel the competitors will be able to make their samples , up into smaller copi .binei lots, audi will be able to send ;them-to Sydney at a reasonable fate.. Schedmlcs and conditions for the competition have been distributed, and arei4feifeable at the office bf the Royal Agricultural Society, Entries close .on FebVuary 14, the-, early entry bein'g wade -necessary through th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO V.C. WINNERS, AUSTRALIANS DECORATED, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

po^ v$. iwiisiSHil p AUSTRALIANS DECORftTBCP, !] The roilert'jug ll!»straliari3 ' lia'vS been awarded . th e. V ic tpria.CTO.ssifJ* i; tlEtiTi G. M. INGRAM, 24$ :Ba§. jtalibn.— baring an attack, on jipnt* bf^iain, eastward1 of Pcronne,. oil October 5, Wa- platoon. was (^cckied bjfj la strong point. Lieut. .Ingram un hesitatingly 'headed his inch, rnsnedl the post, and captured nine machine guns and. killed 42 men after stubborn resistance.. Later, when hi's company sCiffered - severe! casualties^and many) l^»B&^ailk,^lM,''Eicat.' Itagranx:lc(olc fe^ntrffll.'-'-'jlTc' '-rallied the' , men - under, intense? fire, ?'?a'tiii persoh&lly rufehed1 a! pplt,' -«it6t ;'six men, 1 attilr''cai-i7ii^d-. R macHine-fewn'. AUo on two otlier. oc. casions hc showcd' great dash arid re- sourcc, -cagfuring- posts, inflicting many casualties,- and- taking 6a '. prist oners., All'day long lie set an jnspir'-. ing example, and. exposed Jiim self reH girilless of danger. . LIEUT. J. MAXWELL...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

? 1 i;:. '?!; -MA& STEAMSmPS /; ^ \ TO L0^P0$, . -p ^ Ivia Goloinbo, -Suez Canal, Staple!. : JEitst Sailing, ' O^ONTES,^ » :.s¥M tons,' , i . , -during. EEBBUj^y. ?' .- For aU;-informat?on apply ! ' . . OBEBIIfiPfSiNi .Op^ Eta.; : ?;4-6 Spring-st., SSDNESr, ?; Or to Wi-H/^taATLEtf, Local Agent. TO OYOWSTB. ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARWICK FARM RACES. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. MAIDEN HANDICAP. 1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

Warwick farm races. - JVBJOHTB TOB SATTOPAV, j L - S-Xll3 ' ^MAIDEN HAXDIOAPv l.milc./ \ Ilctirant ;? h High School . «, : j ?; ?+¥_ S 2 j 4i '-?; ' ?' '1 ^a^teno S 0 j Ottltov,^ .i, Q j Black ,-?- .**. -?.. r ^ j JJarwife ... ,2 Btjjaijliinti .. ... ,7 1.2 j Lady.jC^aris ... ... ... 7 12 j *. ij- * », -?; ' , I '?*? | j 6iiecn\'s. Cotn'mon '7 8 ; wifeWffg.'..''-.'* -. ;?» i-i. 7 . 8 i fBld'Setil-.i, .. .. .. 7 S Bfrfae^igb. .. '?». 7 8 ? ' ?' (South;.;. . . .. . -7 .8 M^^^-Medal-V ». 7- 7 7 fi T6^i^a.'.'. : '?* .» 7' 5. Allivo rih .. .. .. ? ? 7 {5 TiplSc ...k. , ... ?? ... 7 4 Bratony 7 '4 ? Tarefc-V- Pride ?? -.w 7 ,0 Vivo ...... w. 7 O PACE^ELTOR. fi furlongs. ? WillpWrGroeTi ID i ' 'f3heiiii-;.P^ii .. .. ... -.. W . ' Faiilifnl' Laddie .. .. ... i» W ? jllincfor . . . . .. .. . ? !- 13 (TiOsSiillyi.':.. ii ''». -. 5)H ' MtrbSt ^ n 7 Moditau: Jack ..... .. 0 ^ j Dave; Whit ton » ... 9 Ifappy .Band .. .. ... 1* 2 j ? Mer-v®?^nt ?«.?». 9 ' E^ady Aye, Beady .. ... 9 0 Liothian .. ....

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCKING THE MURRAY. BETHANGA RESIDENTS' PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

tOCKING THE MURRAY/ li«i ? protest, ?'. , : ,ir A'., large aiiHl representative, jjie.etiftg vpas'heldiatBethanga.Qn-Saturdaylast ;i»-. regard .tbithe^pppipd. Bjprage bf iihe- Mitta: andi SOirray. ': Rivers. 'At -Ebden. Resolutipn9 ? : were.. ,^arp|d ^unanimously emphatically prote'sling gainst 1 the .submersion of ,30,000 ^o«4o)baa-acre.$' o£^^j^.o.,!anil?;i-qM the . consequent depreciation - of prob ably loo.oooacre^.-between the ..two irjihgts/; jwi-- rejiii^ sting ? tijc ( Federal f ivernment,;to,.'in£triict . tie.: Pub.^'c. orics -Coinmittee br,_ ,S9Tne ?similar tb;tl}pState vStarn4' section j of al ternajte,, j V41u ,«|bmtof ,fte-Rst , .or ,cut .pff,,aridl,'t?ke evidence -lbcall}', ari-t reporttothpl^yfrn^nt.^ Imaich ind fey Mr. .Watt at.'Gorryjjng'. ^Mr? .!L tH. Samb^vG^.» e5gWlce;f :9f t)le i^atihb' - estimated toads, brtd^s,j3ndy,pji)l,Q»)es .,,:tp pe submerged ?jvoulOMitJl-e^short. - »f

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRY SEASON WHEAT. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

'ISffr3 SEASON Ifl/fiEAT, 3 A'CktCULTURAI. DfePARTMisNT , TESTS. . -For a dry season very fair yields were obtained -from the farmers* wheat plots sown; by. the Department -of Agriculture on the farms of 'Mr. S. H. Robinson, at Tallewang. . 1 .The . results are a farther: tribute to fallowing and rotation of crops.. The . crops were .sown early in May, no distinction being made, .between early, andi late maturing varieties. , ?„ The. land, which was fallowed^ 444 previously been occupied* by. green fodder. crops, wl)ich had be^n eaten -plf by. sheep, leaving a good deal of the green growth to he pioughed uiider, SHperphosjihate was applied! at jtlio rate;of'4olb per acre. , The, rainfall :during;- the.'grbwing -period was ? 66r ,pomts, ipf -which 372 points feil;in**July. ?arici AuBust, 'The fallow had 14 infches of rain between October end April inclusive^ In a variety trial the acre' yields :were:^-Yandilla- King, , - 18. bushels ii61b.; Ryiiier, : 17:35; Canberra, 15. '4^; ; Fede...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKES IN BRITAIN. RAILWAY AND IRONWORKERS OUT. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

-STRIKES IN PRIT^IW. . BAIL WAT AND .IBPNWPRKEEB .tReuter.l'.''*'- - ! TAKGOWEfi, Tliutadav ' ? -Bailwa'y siritcB! for 'u ;47-hi)uj' Iweek ' are extetiding over the LpiidonvBrigh ton and South Coast . railway. ': Kb* line , is disorganised. The Teeside ^hiiiy^rds are idle^ claiui5ug-'fdr 'a ' 14-hour'Nvoot, i Th^ T^ue;; jgjep|t)8ii'nioa. ? i workers arc striding' ji wallav flis- .- pute, ; r ' j

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR IN COMMONS, WILL CONSTITUTE OPPOSITION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

LABOR m €0MWMS, WILL CONSTITUTE : OPPp8lTJPN. LONDON, Tbuwday. I' A1, joint 'meeting of the executive of the Labor party and the . Labor 'mem- bers in the 'house of -Commons carried n . resolution, vwi th one .dissolvent, in favor of 1 lie Labor party ;iir the House ' of Commons iocouiiiig the oiBcial 'Op-; position. ?' ? — 1 '-. , The 'Times' lobbyist 6ays. that La-, bor's acceptance of the : oflici?i Oppo sition is little lets than a.revolutii-n iu; the British Parliament,. It is a sigiiili cant porteut that, Labor has decided, to go its own way.'' Britiifh politics in; future will be bound up -by ihe sucebss or failure of- tho byld 'c^perjmeiit.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE CONFERENCE. ALLIED DELEGATES. FRENCH PRESS FORECAST. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

PEACE CONFERENCE. - , -. 1 . j-; - ? ? . *' : I FRENCH PiEBS FORECAST. : VANCbUVEB, Thursda.v. . Preneh newspapers maintain that the; Allies have now agreed to 'admit Japan as . a full partner with; live i delegates sitting iat-; all .meetings, i ficlgittm 'and Serbia will be given a special place a mongst ? the small * nations ? with ? three delegates,- then' Preeae, .Boumania; Por tugal and Siam with two each. Slam has' been ffcpVtscutCd at', the 'frout bV aviatofs. ' Other nations will ? hftve a single delegate possibly, txecpting Bra zil, owing- to the, imiJortaucc of .that country, - ? ? i .. ,

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

Such, of Iht cable n-^« «n' this z[ftg« M is «o headed- las appeared 5?fmes,V antt J», iatoleft'.tb AdFertlger^ly 4peci^l,;eriitiiai^it'. rlf ihoul'd We unaer^tood wiw'iui; *r« not thoM of f' Tbl

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE CONTROLLED. BOLSHEVIKS IN CHARGE. THE HAGU[?]. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

? ? ? — ; ? v.'-vj « E tpUCE C0NTR0Li|Pv- J . BOLSHEVIKS IN CflOARPI- '? (Published in . the ' Tim.ee. THE HAGUK.. Thursday, A spccifll Berlin despatch .aoscnoes the polite presidency as n lmKvark of fiolsbevism, wlierc anti;CT0vcrl^mqiit plaus are debated aud executed. '^Tbe presidency is tilled with rifled, riiacliine jjuiifi and grcuades, partly _ -puielaascd' 'by lltfssian. money, nnd ? partly requisi tioned or ptolcii. One facto vy, wlik*b jvas requisitioned lianded over 3500 rifles,. 0000 ievoivers and 120 :ijiacliine guns. Ceueral yoii Eittliborn/s lirst oflSeial act *\vas to create an aimed military -guard,, a Boldier aetvinpauyiEg cacii policeman . TliA lattei' ^cic -lts- ariued, and be also armed the^wortcrs in order to as&lst the. sailors;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. POLICY OF INTRIGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. . POLICY OF itfTRIGtJE. ? ' ' - -'K' 4',V . ^e':'Telegraphs' Sottprdan^ .comsp^ndeht de scribes the MachiaveUian policy of num^mof soldiers in tlie councils of Germany, ivho have- been secretly. aih ranging demobilisation so as to ensure a great inajpritv. , ^The remainirig troops a rti : in^Bu'eiJ: witli' the reVPlu^oh- ^ aiy spirit, eonsequ6utly tiib jG^iinan force ;%tiU -ii^csi:H? arms is largely a red army, v This^ -policy, vras specially ;. successful at - 'Bnuiswick, ' ; jy|i^re ,?tue hpldf., the reins of power and should- be .exerting' a^rcat iu

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMOBILISATION. MACHINERY IMPROVING. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

DEMOBILISATION. ; MACHINERY IMPROVING. # x ! ^(Beuter.) - , . JAJNDON, Jhujisday. .Beuter .understands that general ac mobilisation cannot be ordered until after the Peace Conference, as an ef ficient army must be maintained in order to meet auy contiugency during the Peace Confeicutc. ' Ten thdusaud 6oldiers arc -being discharged 'daily and the number dealt with in Franc# has increased to over 20.-000 daily, includ ing those from -the Dominions. .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLISH AFFAIRS. DEFEAT IN GALICIA. COMIC OPERA POLITICS. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

POLISH AFFAIRS; DEFEAT IN GABICIA, COS11C OPERA POLITICS. - ' /fiflntir.1 - VAXCOUTOB, Thujesday. Advicca -from V taiinu -say* J-eBiberg J was surrounded and- the Poles- driveu ^ from Lubachoff. -A division of- Polish women- suffered, severe losses. iUid JJ'any were captured. . Mr, J. N- Jeffries, the ' Times .cor- refpondent, says a political group at Warsaw, led by Prince Eustsche Sa |)ieha, of the Colony - of Lanuszauiis-, .overthrew tbc Polish Government v.itb H view of a coalition of all parties. The coup' d'etat was a mild affair' and a small force surrounded the depart ments and arrested the Cabinet. Gen eral Szeutycki. chief of the general staff, did not resist, and was released. ,Pade irewski wa^ summoned from Cracow to form a National Government. The Associated Press oorrpfpoiideut a.t Warsa^v says Prince Sapieha 's at tefiipt to gain, control of the Ofovern nient and forni^a coalition on Sunday was unsuccessful. The military^lcadcrs apparently refused to allow the ajmy to...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIANS RETURN. 14,000 THIS MONTH. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

AUSTRALIANS; EETUBN. 14/000 THIS ' MONTH. '? SVIi NEV Ti-ur*4fT. ' Between the middle and end of . Janu ary 13 transports are dne in; Australia . with about 1 4,1)00 returned soldiers;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919

DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. Tlie 'Times''' Brighton correspon dent states that S000 'soldiers brdke camp aiid marched, to the Tpwh- Hall, in high 'spirits but orderly, carrying L' iii on Jacks. The deputation demai).4cd nn immediate investigation ii^to their claims for demobilisation. Men . from Islcworth Camp marched to Donning Street and; finding the Prime 'Jfinistcr not at home, went to the Ministry, for Labor, which promised that spy man who liad a job awaiting/him .would be demobilised- in ten days. .

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