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GERMAN CABINET. SEVERAL NEW APPOINTMENT'S. COPENHAGEN; Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

GERMAN CABINET. ^EVERATi NEW APPOINTMENTR* fReiirer.) OOPENi;AGEX, Tuesday . A ne-v Oermati Oaliinet lias hecn -ap- | pointed, llerr ReJieidemairn is in-con- j trol of Foreign Affairs; 'Heir Kiske, : Minister for Military; Hcuc Wished So cial Administrator. .. i | There were huire demonstrations of ! the Independents and Spanaens 5»ailors ; in Berlin on Sunday on the' occasion of the funerals of the victims, in khe recent fighting. J?niy fall and there was ; no disorder. ? . |

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIANIST PRESIDENT. PADEREWSKI MENTIONED POLAND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

PIANIST PRESIDENT. PADEREWfKI MENTIONED 'FOR . POLAND.' , '?* LONDON, Tuesday. Mr. Murdoch, the 'Tinies' Copen-. hage-i correspondent, .states:— ' '2 Polish committees have, .beerr -con- ferring at Posen to propose a republic, ineulding Dantzig nnd' Pbmera'nia, with Jthe pianist M. Padercw.skKas the. first President.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURKISH UNREST. CONSTANTINOPLE OUTBREAK. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

Turkish Unrest. CONSTANTINOPLE OUTBREAK. (Reuter.) VANCOUVER. Tuesday. The disturbances in Const atitinoplp. continue beyond the Golden Iloi-n' to jhe suburbs of Kadakeni, '' : .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGGA RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

WAGGA RAINFALL. Year. Jan, ' Feb. Mar Apl. May June julyi Aug, Sep. Oct. Nov. Dee. Pts 1872 166 1S3 287 22 ( 204 662 lsi 171 209 | 351 317 211 3024 1S/3 316 124 — 267 | 72 362 m 297 173 I 43 254 61 2083 18(4 344 51 483 270 . 263 288 ;-;os 278 370 ] 165 15 — 2835 1575 122 29 8 28 297 J 345 390 J30 195 158 124 159 £10 2454 1576 19 63 130 — 380 s 77 75 282 125 141 272 50 : 1014 1877 98: 26 177 278 . 325 345 59 37 318 78 50 312 2103 1878 11 431 261 337 18 318 ESS 95 171 362 389 — 2478 1879 68 194 171 217 319 85 299 242 248 240 186 ? 2269 1880 70 92 188 351 J63 385 85 135 85 284 761 139 1853 1881 63)190 193 56 ) 264 219 57 US 176 186 190 77 1813 1882 77 87 82 335 276 167 140 361 35 351 297 i89 2400 1S83 26 167 157 103 174 102 120 119 260 367 109 23 1727 1884 25 49 131 335 P.5 372 45 12(1 344, 222 ) 170 66 1531 1885 476 257 31 179 80 239 67 103 240 52 227 201 2151 16S6 63 30 J 100 66 122 67 194 545 240 448 232 277 2404 1887 176 471: 834 32 102 277 233 20 0 JS4 £93 16p « 435 8867 1888 135;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

ADVERTISEES, PUEASE KDTE I A GREAT INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION i ► ' ' OF, Tiie Daily Advertiser Commenced on the DECLAEATIO# OF WAR. NEWS-AGENTS ENT EVERY TOWN IN BIVERINA ARE DAILY INCREASING THEIR SUPPLIE& . « PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN TIME FOR EXPRESS AND MAIL TRAINS., BECOME A PERMANENT SUBSCRIBER Through Your News-Agent. If you are an Advertiser, and wish to laiow about its Circulation, Ask Commercial Travellers, Ask all News-agents, Ask Stock and Station Agents, Ask the Post Office. Call at the 'Daily Advertiser' Office and see the Machinery at work, which enables us to give The LATEST CABLE and TELEGRAPHIC NEWS EVERY MORNING. ' | The District News is from the Most Reliable Correspondents. I , j I Wool, Wheat, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Produce, and Fruit Prices— Current Wires Received Every Day. PRICE— Id. per Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. To be obtained froin all News-agents in Every Town in Riverina, Id. PER COPY. ADVERTISEMENTS from l/r THE 'DAILY ADVERTISER' PRINTING OFFIC...

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JUNES RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 1 January 1919

J0NEC RAINFALL s Thi following table is t^ken irom figures sujgpliod l)y Mr. J. F. Quilter, ? of Cla^ Parl^ Jimee:^-- ?j'- Year. (J^.:|F$]|}i' j3Mw.] Apl;l Jiayl JunejJnly lAug.jSep. j Oct. j Nov.) Doe-) Pta, '1888, M i :mil4S ip5 i 16i J 111. 1 :100 j 27 iTl6 167 3367 18B9 179 258 0 I 373 { 522 i 838 81 254 j 308 ! 121* 368 93 2894 1B90 J 36 852 236 ) 302 34131440 243 217 ( 323 357 392 134 2890 1891 658 ? g4 3330 323 ,132 ] 4J8 710 195 163 3SB'|1S1 j .77,-B£54j 1898 214j;, 10' : '::S6\2B1 Stif.' |00 229 277 302 225 *174' 52 2271' 1898 66' - JTH S25' £98 31B 832 280 228 213 105 280 364 2781 1894 2^7 p((, 4S? 482 llOi 295 447 3U i)S 24.3 79' lbs', 32ft6 ?5I8W5 IBJl 389« WOi 76 - 79 383 96 290 119 192 5 225 1898* 1896 99 ?1»;: ' TP 167 304 249 53' 213 157 43 233 63 1970 J897. ? SB7 45 ; 50 /— 1 .7: 174 229 2S8 161 129 83 71 18j)i .3^98 -61 $71 76 46 97 364 143 173 64. 253 ) -52 \ 86 149)5 . ?W' . .S?' 4R ; 212 : 53 342 117 253 18 S14 286 SB £8iBS: , 1900 ? 63 8 494 861 1 349 1 354 323...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH BANK AS EMPLOYER. (we do not necessarily endures the views of our correspondent) (To the Editor, "Dail Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

COMMONWEALTH BANK AS EMPLOYEfl. (Wo -1-- »'?- npcestiainy oiKJuree the viesys. ol' our .corrcs~poudoiit.fi.) (To the- Editor,- -'Dailj' Advertiser. !:) Sir^As the Commonwealth Bank is a national institution it .should set au exauiple''as- a fair employer, or pay tin; extra wages for overtime, as a private owner is compelled1 to do— and ^uite right too. On Monday uiglit, at the Wagga branch, the staff of young lads and girls; were working uiftil 11 p.m.; on Tuesday, -night, until after 12; and all day this, JCew Year's, day (a public holiday). It is a shameful act, with the mercury over 100 in the shade. If the manager caunot get his work done dur ing working houi'Sj lie should be granted moro hands, for making dividends by grinding ilesh and blood is not favored by free Australians, — Yours, etc., ( FAIR PLAY.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

?pHE Cost of Three Linea in TMi L Paper is 1/; over 3 line! 6d. per line is charged. , VS7A.KTJ3D, Competent , TaukbiukW, must uiideistund the work; good wages, to good man.— Apply Box 22, Loekhart Post Office. AVANT15D, Kxjierieuced Housemaid ' T Waitress.— Apply -Mrs. Thomas, Cflobe Coffee Palace. \\JAKT15«. a GcnDral: £J.pcr week; ,110 washing. — Apply Airs. -Srcon- field, ' ? Wyobie, '' Trail-street, Wagga ?WfAXTKl), a Benchmou, at ouce; long job; good pay l'or good nmn; limit bo a ;pin(itiea] haud.^- Address 1\ Bu chanan, sawmijl Tiverto^ Station, via Holbrook,, New South -Wules. . . A WIDE Tturige of Uaint'y Voile and, ? Oi'cartdi Blouse's, traveller's samples, vedueud priced — Eiimoiiusson 's. WLAIR'S Bazaar, This Day at 2 p.m-T for Big Sale of Furniture and Sun dries; .. further' entries' invited. tgOBAMBOLA Repatriation Auxiliary Committee \ 'Meeting, iit Schoolroom on Saturday JSveiilng,, ill S o'clock. — K. Sullivan, president. j-OB. -Suit. Louy Hoitc 7 M^ib v\&, ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW YEAR HONORS. NEW SOUTH WALES SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

NEW YEAR HONORS.^ ; NEW SOUTH WAIVES BHARES. ' It was )iotiflcd ou Tuesday evening' Hint the following JJow Tcnr honors had 'been conferred1 on Australians:- — , ? : jpUGH^ $A£HEL0B.. \| . Mr. Samuel Jlorflcru, governing di rector of Anthony Hordcrn and Sons, Ltd.,1 Sydney. ? Sir ?Samuel Hordern is the eldest sou of the 'late Mri Samuel 'Ho'rd«rtt,-;ana the ga-andson of the -late' Ilr. Arithoniji Hoidern, whose father — also au An-' thony — founded the- firm of Anthony Horderu and Sons, Ltd., away back in 1821. Sir Samuel is governing director of that great concern, and., as such, js probably lithe largest tingtB employer t)f labor south of the Line, as be is also probably the wealthiest captain of in dustry. Born at Darliug Point-42 years ago Sir Samuel -was educated at the Sydney Grammar School tind afterwards at BatU College, England. He married Miss Lottie Soe, the eldest daughter of the late Sir John Sec, at one time Pre mier of tlic Stutc; and the nest genera tion of Horderns ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

CSlA Mr. James Kniser, Chief Commis sioner of Railways in New South Wales. Mr. James Frasei-. C.M.G., who was born in 1861, holds the distinction of being. the first Australian-born engineer to have charge of the railways of New South AVales. He entered the railway construction Ibraucli as a c-ndct in 1S78, anil worked his way up till in 1903 lie was .app.oin.tcd e.ngineor-iu-ehief. : Iu 1914 he -\\-as appointed assistant com missioner for railways, and) on the re tirement of Mr.' Harper in 191fi beeii'iic chief commissioner.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINN FEIN PRISONERS. BARRICADE, IN GAOL. BELFAST, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

SINN FEIN PRISONERS. BAERICADEIK GAOL. ' . BUIiFAST,: Wednesday. ; Sinn; Feincr prisoners havo barricaded tliemsolvcs in -their, w'ing in gaol aud declared their, defiance to the nuthori tics and uiilitary. Officials have re ported.1 to-day that;. prisoners arc -.said to have accumulated enough provisions for a long siege; Tliey have hoisted ?the 'Irish . flag improvised: .. from a' bed coverlet arid are .playing* revolu tionary tunes 011 instruments made from kitchen utensils, i : ' ' ? : . ? . ' - ' :* ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRY-SPELLS. METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS FOR 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

??*? '^RYv SPELLS. SIETEOROUHHOAX. CONDITIONS I ' .'.??' ? ? , ? ? The inost important feature in con liection with tho wcathtr over tbis State duruig the, year just o'udetl -n-iis the decided: tendency to the occurrenco of dry, spells. There were two main periods of disercpout rains, one in May and June and the greater part of July, and the other ; from Scptcuiher to De cember inclusive, both of which oc currcdi during the cereal growing- period (April to dctober) . Reviewing the conditions for the year, Mr. D.'J: Marcs, the divisional officer, states that the southern dis tricts of the State were better favored than, elsewhere iu rthis critical period, but even there the rain shortage was of such a nature as to warrant appre hension. In central' and northern parts, and in the west the dry spells were more protracted audj considered in conjunc tion with the devastating bufili fires and heat waves, left much to. bo desired. However, throughout tho lost three months of the year there...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS. SUGGESTED RETURN AS UNIT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

iiipiplfi^iliG tibfpsg flOCHJESTBD BETOBK AS ONTT. : ' LONDON. Wednesday, : The oflieers.aud men of tup Australian Flying Corps, strongly support the wig-, gcstJon;of their very early return as a unit,- but tlie question is held up ^for decision; The Jlclbourne Ckirps-feells if they return piecemeal they will- be: scattered1 throueiiont ilie Comhtoiwealth and: it:\vill be impossible to rc-fornxthe' squadrons and' preserve .the corps' nia'g; uificciit tradition's. If they return, as a unit it will bo possible to arrange a striking dcmoiistfolion. worthy of their brilliant services in France and 1'ajcs -tjile. They would be headed by 60 de corated; men. ? Taking, the full equip ment ,of -eight fccmaGrons to be valued; at £730,000, jt is pointed out. that 200 cadets could finish training.: .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANUFACTURE OF PAPER PULP. VICTORIAN TIMBER TESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

MANUFACTURE OF PAPER ' .... PULP VICTORIAN TIMBER TESTED. A year ago samples of white moun tain ash and silvertop were sent from Victoria to Christiania, Norway, for tests at a wood-pulp paper mill. The mechanical pr^grinding process; only %*s eriiploycd, and reports wliich have now reached the Forests depart ment indicate that these timbers are not suitable for ordinary pulp, as the material was so fragile that it wvis impossible to remove it from ih» rollers. It was found, however, that as a supplementary pulp for paste board and thick paper the timbers could 'be utilised to advantage. Owina to -the shortness of the fibres, the strength of the sheets of pulp was very slight, and :.n general- tjuality it was inferior to Norwegian spruce pulp. The report agreed. in the main with' the conclusions arrived at in Mr. H. E. Surface, who in 1915 made wood-pulp tests .in Tasmania. Mr. Surface formed the opinion vthat the soda. process for pulping Australia' eucalypti was likely to be more ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS AT SCHOOL. PROFESSION AND TRADE FACILITIES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

;ibL6iE|s'^Aipsc^&py.! -EOFES8IOK AND TEADJE ??:.. ? .-j-AbitmiBS.;' -'?',?- (tjjiitcd '.-.Bervlce.) LONDON, Wednesday. 'We are getting ahead,' »«idJBishop Long, of Bathurst, to^ay. ? '.';Wc have Bstablished extensive., workshop's at Weumoat, near Charleroij where . the Hermans left mi enormous partically destioyed plant. Here we teach a variety of trades, from «ign-u-riting to saddlery. There is valuable Btoam. g&s aud electrical machinery. Tn-elv/.' hun dred apprentices and journeymen have enrolled: and another thousand are cu gagcdl in the workshops, at Diuaiit docks, ship-repairing. A number are' in attendance at the wireless schbdls auH many agricultural: clashes jare operating. We are just establishing in the Agricultural College at ' Suttori Vcny to accommodate 3000. It. will be staffed' by former teachers of 'Austra lian colleges and we are,siicudHig.£10Q0, including the cost id 'eattlo, aud pigs. Two hundred acres of arable, irrigable pasture laud is availab...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
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NATURALISATION. DIVIDED VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

v^Al^pfp^^ StVISBD YtBytB. ; : One «f :tlie;ai6st interesting rdlscus sibns hold at jtho Imperial Wax ;Conf cr- enco, wWeb. met in Iiondbn in Jiily, was on the subject of jaturalIsalion.-Sir-Gv Cave (now Lbrd Cav«), Sccrotarj-. of Stato for Homo Attairs, was am'oues,t the British Ministers present.' . Proceedings commenced Vwitli a iuo tioa Iby Mr. Ma'ssey (Now Zealand) that 'this conferenco is of opinion that legislation should be parsed throughout the Empire restricting foi- a period af ter the war,, so far1 as in the \iircum-. stances o'l each country ,inay be' pos sible, the naturfllisation, of citizens. of -present enemy 'iiffuntrics, and also pre venting them^froin becoming entitled to aljy form of polUical lights or acquir-, injj laiid- or mining privileges.' -'? . Sir C^orge^ave «aid-all were deter rained to get rid'of'tboGerman'stTaiglc- ? Jhbld.A 'l)iilhad'bec» passed by the House pf Commons preventing ?? thc; naturalisation o£ citizens of enemy coun tries for'flre years f...

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NEWS FROM AMERICA. QUESTION Of NAVAL ARMAMENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

SNEW??FRO- AMERICA^ QUESTION '-'pf&'&KL '?'' ' ?? ' V^BMitiCBNT. I-'',, ? TfReuier,) ?SYDNBr, Wednesday. The followJiuV official wiiclejs news' lias been received by the .American Cou isul-GerieralJn Sydney :-T- WnBTiington.— The Scerctnry for the JCavy, Mr, Jo^jfphus Duiiiols, on'Uondfly, licfore ihe.^House Xnval Committee, said: 'jt Js my firm'' conviction that, if the fonferenfe at Versailles does not j-esult-^ in. a general agreement to put an end tp.nflval baililiflg' on the part nf all the nation*, then the United States hjnSt- bend her will and bend Act eucr^ieB, m^t give hov tikiiv and get the moneVvfoNJttie taslfof creating the greatest iiiayy in' the ?n-orld.' '. : Mr. Daniels .-said he jTroposed » new threeyears .building programme, adding 10 DrfadiibVigh.'ts,-. G battle-cruisers. 30 6/coiit erniKors, and 30 smaller craft to the .^e«t. ! America ? ^vould rank second ininava^streiiglh to Great Britain. .' Repjesehtative . Keilyl of Michigan. ;a5ked;'.'Ppes'...

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COMMERCIAL. HIGH PRICES FOR PRODUCE. FAMINE IN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

^COMMERCIAL. ' - HIGH PRICES FOR PRODUCE ? FAMIXE IN POTATOES. .Exceptionally' high p.ricts ruled for practically, al] lilies of farm produce on ?: the'.SydJicy inarkcts pn-T^esday, ' - Supplies were ihosttylimitcd.v and wholesalers and agents everywhere Reported an insistent demand. Orders; \viire: said tote uiiprecedtntedlj' large iu -number and -votume'. ' ;- Dairy; pro duce was in fair .supply; ' ' ' .- ... ' ?. ''Siissex Slrect'. reported a- positive famine in potatoes: About 1200 bags, lhade available -1*1:0111. West Australia, realised £20, peijton'^-,. So also did New' South Wales . supplies of . .ifan liattans: ? wjiile .:. Victorian- PinTveyt* ctiarcd rapidly. at '£'19 pir tori.: . . 5 '. J'nUhe^city, ye^etiibie^iparkcls po tatocs of rip/ better'jitjiaii^f air-, average^ quality tbrpught: 23/',pif .fcwjc v,:'i*a0s equivalent- .to*^riniSiI|y!' -Jdr'.'per'' -jb.' 'wjioje!6?l.e. ;? Tiier-'syburba.n, house wife wis ^c^Hed:;^Jl)p«/t6;pa^;taS ~inuch ' as; 4d. per.!b.;7»paV^ii;ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

6uch : of -he table new» on thii pag* »e.i«,fo headed -kaB, appeared in 'The: ^me8,'7tanrf4'i.'ciiWei! to 'The I)«Uj Adyertijer5? ,by itpecial perminion. ' It thjuld be uii$er«tood th«t th« opinion! »r«- op.t '^Mffiyp.t ' *,'?. Th'e.'TiniM' ! naltli ipn||ip^:u.^ ??,\v.',--;. '?

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ENGLISH AND AMERICAN OPINIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 2 January 1919

, ENGLISH AND- AMERICAN .'? ',??-??.-;?. ''.OPINIONS. ,- .';-. .,- -'?; LONDON, /Wednesday, ;: . Cables rpceivedin XjEw, Vbrk;' this' afternoon from Dover, pict.ire. Presi- ;. dent Wilson as . midisturbc'J over M Cltnienceaii's statcnieiits. ';-fle will ? reply at the proper ti|jje,'.said Dr. Wil son's associates.' . ''':???.?:?- ' ?';? ? ;. .The London 'Daily .S'cWe,*' coin mciTting; «'n ,.Jii«5 Majichister, . speech., say®: 'If that jb not avpea.ee- cdnfer-' ence' we iieed'not haVe-'iniggivings- as to the '.outcome.. There can be ? no' iccj6ajau-dation '; betweeri\ tKe ;: old. ?'. . / j '^ —? J ..?.,.- ?''...??'? ?,' ?'?','?;'?' ???' ? balance of power* — the order of things which Clemenceau U reluctant to iorsake — and a universal concert of powers to which President Wilson summons the world. It is a vital test whether the peace conference is a gathering of victors to divide the spoils or a. gathering of statesmen pledged to subordinate every sectional national interest to the in...

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