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CZECHO-SLOVAK MINISTER. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. PREMIER ESCAPES UNWOUNDED. PRAGUE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

czECHo-swy*k; MtiiisfEfl -ATTEMPTBD .'AaMsaOTA^KW V- PBBMTKR' ESCAP^^lTXWOtr.Vi)33t-;? (Renter.) PJiAGtE. Satiirdiiy;, alight., revolver shots were. &t*0,a%i ,Dk. KraroorcKj tlieilCzeclio^lpvak'(P:r'||nii.: Minister, '-:' vrh?,' -'tLOyrtiferfi :fysA '^ji^tf .'.? ??? ? .-' -. i-!?'1 i''-'--:~-'--i!i,;.i'.v;;'«-S:«KJ

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SICK SOLDIERS. RETURN BY FEBRUARY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

SICK^SOLOIERS. ':'?? .; J^TI^N; BV ?.?rBBIlVAEV.-. ':?'?: \ XmMotlJtVli. Saturday. -. ;TUe|4lin!8tCi- ? .for ? Defehico ' iai rc ceSvfid^ii cable message f rom Mio pirec tmtf^tfyu-ofy BcmottHsajtion,in;'Lpn- diny HB)^' ihie ^*ffcct ? that arrangements _^^-|g\^to:^.'^cjtfirii;.to:i^rttili- ? '? ^Epgt0n^^ona;^^,i-;-^-:'^'-.: \ ????'?:

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH POLITICS. CABINET APPOINTED. EXPERIENCED TEAM CHOSEN. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

^BRITISH POLITICS. - CABINET APPOINTED. EXPERIENCED TEAM CHOSEib ' ' VANGOI1V15R / Sa«urdav. ?It is definitely, announced the follQwv ing is the Lloyd George . Ministry:^1 Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury Mr. 'Lloyd George; Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House. of Common)), Mr. Bonar Law; Lord Presi dent :of tuc Council aud lradj-r.i-f t^ie Jlouse of Lords, Lord Curzon; Home Secretary, Sir Hamap Greenwood;. Par: liamentaiy Under Secretary, Mr. Cecil Hninsworth. . . Sir F. E. Smith. Lord Chancellor,;. Mr: Winston Churchill, Minister for War and Air Services'; . -??.; !l-ord Milner, Secretary of State for ,the*Colonics. ?Hon. Walter Long, Secretary to the/ Admiralty. ?'.??'? ? Mr; ;A. J. Balfour, Minister' for Foreign Affairs. ? ? ? , ; iLord Weir, Minister for .Munitions. Sir Auckland -Jedffes, Minister for Reconstruction. ' / . ?'-.????: Mr. Austen 'Cliamberlain, - ChanceJ-' lor of the Exchequer. Sir Eric Geddes' and Mr. G;--3!Z Barnes are_ Ministers --. without'.' p...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE WHEAT SHIPS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

?^iSwPSB^iP-:- %KDN5Gt.:^8turoav. ew-en-.^ore -^IJit^fiaV sViipss ^w jiow ??:onUheir':^y;W'^i^jff:^ciii4'WJ)e»i

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION. (To the Editor "Daily Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

^-;?$Epktm$Mm (To the' Editor 'DaUy; Advertiser.'} :Sir,— tht action -of rMr/-M'Q«een in mo^ng the motion, reported in *lje 'Advertiser' ot January 4 last, should, be. highly commended, and , it -do.es ?seem peculiar that some members .of. the committee ;Cvide the rebort) „ ,al tliough not actually, opposing; ,the' motion, appeared, from, the tori e of, their remarks, to be .uridtr'the' im pression that the '-^Government -were' doing everything necessary for the welfare oi tlit 'soldiers'' Oriei must' ieel surprised,' too,' that a g-ehtleman of Mr. M'Queca's practical . experi-. ence, in .speaking to ? liis motion, pmitted to state tbe obvious and, most iniportant phase of 'the disabilities kliicir.thc soldier settkrs are suffer ing from and which in anany cases,' must, even like a millstone hung to the -necks of the settler's, eventually 'settle' tlicm hi dead earnest. The most noticeable of those are tht TMnt ?of necessary improvements, urgently required to make the land ?returns ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

THE WEATHER. Yesterday proved the ?hottest day of this season, the thermometer registering ]05;degrecs in the shade. To add to the discomfort, a hot westerly .-wind was blowing during Dhe greater part of the day .and it was not .until rfcarly five o'clock in the aftarnoonVhat there was any appreciable fall in the temperature.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING TROUBLE. £500 INSURANCE GRANTED. BONUS ALSO PROVIDED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

SHIPPING TROUBLE, r * ' '?'-??' - % - ' - ' £500 INSURANCE GRANTED. BONUS ALSO PEOVIDED. ' II was announced to-day that thp Sli^utc Actjvceii. {hf.X'nipn (Steamgdlp,] Company and tho seamen, had freen ] yim*A. / /??'.' ';' .' ?! ?:' ile goon jjis ac'aWe ofcoting terms, wiis j tcieived. t «mi . the. Taninn., Coropany'f i he'a4 'o'ffinr''in New Zealand, Mt. V. Johnson; 'the Sydney manager of the. company, cntrt-cd into- Conference with ?Mr. AV. Wlward?, acting general secre tary- of the FeAorii tod. Seamen's Vnion. Subsequently it. was announced' that a settlement had. been arrived at. ?T)ie terms rutimitted by the company au* accepted by 'the. men include iwOO insurance ojfoinst death through in niienzo payment for time loft through illuef ?, and si honus of 35/ a month from trip to trip from the time of signing on till the Commonwealth authorities de clare the port free of influenza. The agreement covers the. TTniou Company's' vessels sailing to1 Xew Zealand,. Pacific' Islands. Hono...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

, WAGGA TEMPERATURES. Saturdav. 11-aiinmm ? .. 100 y, Minimum , ? ... .. OS %t Sunday. . llasinvum ? ,. .. IGfi ': Hinimum .. .. . . .. .. 62

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

PERiSNAll Mr. iWaiiam Cfcartes HiU, a member oftiic-firiii of nyi.'jQiark aiid Co., ttd., stopje a «d :^ta- ioii- .agents. ; d ied : y e jtcr- . -;By^lie;wjll pf-MrirJtvHoward/; a shecp^fjrnierLof.i , -Vaipa.wai,'v 35cw.: Zealand^ 'Who ' died. v recently, all^liis 5e4tate, worth £iop;Oob; is-bequieathed to iiictCrpfiigpst&of. '. He express ed the^pp,e-'tli-tHits*farra vould: be nsed. f6r:'nh£:ejrtai(|jsiinicht -- of I'.aji agricultural college. . S. Driver jC. J. Evans, 3rd Battery, an Anzac, 'lirother^of f,Mrs. T. J-. Gray, of ' Vo^rsfreet AVa^ga, arrived- un announced iiy the Jiiail train on Satur day. . JDriver^-aiis'.eulisted iu Syd liey in- 59J4,'Ana'i,?Sj»w service on Gal lipoli. cHewas-ipifeseiu at the evacu ation aud'then.weiVt'.to I-Vance.; VHe itas' jil'tlie'Spnime'liattles, aud during his jfour';yeans';service. had; only ;beeu pa'^ick Ijeave-once; ;~^ie receiyed'seV eral partejs-.throiiiyia'thc WaggaSol -UerX' Goniifbrts^uuiaV andt'hese were greatly-'.-appreciated...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FORECAST. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

LATEST FORECAST. SYDNET. Saturdav. ? Uqt and sultry generally, with some isolated showers and thunder develop ing;, northerly winds, cool southerly off soutlier batdcr districts, extending to the coast later.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREFERENCE TO LOYALISTS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

PEEFEREKCE TO LOTAUSTS. MEt/B0OR9SE: Saturdav. Begaiding the alleged, victimisation of the members of the- .Wharf .X.ahbrcrg! Union bj- reason of the Eyst«ni of preference to what lie .described', as '-'j-o-ealied LoyaHstf.' Mr. 1.. Cadden, vigilsuce officer of the- Wharf Laborers1 Union, said to-day that lie- knew of men with three, and four sons at. the -war who, because they wcrp unionists, could not get a job. One of these, men had had two sous killed, aud could cars only ten shillings a week. There -were many men with two sons at tho war in the- same position. \ . ' j: ?''If these men. i\-cre not loyalists,' who wore! : ' asked Mr. Caddeu. ' ' These men arc competent, skilful, sober, and re spectable working men. able to'do any work given them in loading and die chargingfVesEeJfs. ' ;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAIN PREDICTED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

BAiN PREDICTED. SJTDNEr, 6aturclav. ?Mr. : Marcs, the fitato Mctcor'ologii-t, states tho int'ensificfltioa' in rooonsoonal activity over. Central .Australia favors the development oWurthcr ': widespread rain ob-1 tHunderstorms in New South Wales during -the next few day'f.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROUBLE IN VICTORIA. GOVERNMENT TAKES ACTION. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

TROUBLE IN VICTORIA. GOTEBXilEXT TAKES ACTION. HELBOTTBXE, Saturday. An application is to be made for the dercgistration of the Federated Seamen's Tnioh. Mr.: Waft, the Actiug Trinte Minis-' ter. to-day made the following state,.:; ment: — In .regard .to the Loougana dispnte, Mr. Groom, life Aetiny AttorneyGen eral, on behalf of the Oovcrnmest, is applying, forthwith for the dfregie tration of the union. I understand' that Mr. Justice Higgius, the President of the Oommonwealth Arbitration Court, is iu vacation, and . I am, not able to ita,tc when the. application.; will be dealt with. That is for the judge' to ear. Probably.it will come liefore the.' Court oh Monday- or Tuesday. '.Union S.S. Company advices to-day state ^hat the steamer 'VTauiuij -vi-hici/ leaves Strahan for Melbourne to-da.y by. way of Burnic, will Wait at Burnie. till 2 p.ai. to enable the _ Melbourne na^ ECngcrs travelling from LauuecstoAto connect with the .ste.aniw,.. Arriring here on, Monday a'f tCrnoi/n; the ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORNER IN EGGS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

||biiiEKiN'iii&;:i;' ..«.?,'.-,.-, -ii.... .. . .. . ?? -x-vV.irr i'li::;.-..- - ..» ^#I-NiiV-;^aiuraiy;, ._ ^*,;t^!OM\ap^'\j^B^re'*eld.;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

'r:::mmmm ? V^a^k^pwn^itp^;; ?-.?'. :- Ilie deat1i:bfi^liJ;'ir6liHiBrifoiV «Cr-- curbed itat! tivi ^^ Trepideifce of ;.': .--fr. 'i it. Car$wrjglit;; ^bteiaWpii;- la^t^Thut'sday ino)ruiiig betwieft 5: ahd'6 ? o'clock. T%jilat.e .7iljf; ;JJrifo)j. lia'd nssSdtd in ' Coolamon and Wagga -districts for SP^ear*. : sJ%e vms)73. years of., age. VorS&omi tiine he had iiortieen en jpyiiiB' the best 'of lieaUli; .arid ou1. \Vedntsday everiiug.he .^pok..a - ba-! turn:'4:'- The cause , of .death; was' senile d,ecay. JJe had' been iresjding. with Mr, .jCartwrigtit, a nephew, for a perjo|.6i three' .years. -.Deceased was. ii.uative iyrrCanipbelUowfl. He al jo^fesjjtjihe ,;.«wi|c4 a iarni :-j»t ,. Cot tee,; ?jiyfeijjfjs knoWii:;jp-day is ..'.liritoii'*: ?ap-fc', .jDeceasea.was;a ?haclielpr, and .|T»»'dai5ile-.^art^lrtr*iia.'«iJp;b'otl|r iPlf -Wagga; are Jiis^isiers; The ^jine'riil; topje ?'place ori; .Friday afternoon. ; '? . ?. ?'?':[.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIER'S ILL-LOCK. ACCIDENT AFTER RESCUE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

SOLDJEU'S ILL-LDCK. ACCIDENT AFTER RESCUE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. 'Private _-iprniau, agcd: 24, after being rescued from drowning in Mel-' bourne, yesterday, -was being taken to the. hospital in a motor ambulance when a collision occurred with- ta: military Jiorse waggon. Gorman was thrown from the ambulance and had his skwll fractured, Jfis condition/ is seriousj-. .... -,.''- r'-i'.;.i-' .:;?-? .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE CELEBRATION. GOVERNMENT ARRANGEMENTS. FULL DETAILS ANNOUNCED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

PEACt CELEBRHVlON, GOVERNMENT ARRANGE :\-;-^:\ MEN^-y-'^-.?; FULL DETA&ft ANHOUNCED. i / ? - - ?: ?'_ ? ? ?^HBLBOrBNii. «a1urday. . In inilitajy. Orders isfnicil.-.to-dny the full prriunihin-y-'reeoininemdfltjons op-' proved 'by \ihe -OloramonweaUh. Gove|n inent in 'regoVd -''to eelebrtfious nn'fhe proclamatibu'oX'p'fOi'f.. nrc'jriVen ag'-fol-' lows:-' -??? ??*--? ?..'*??- **?? ' i;:: (I) Tlie e.clebratioui«.wiH:ext$n.d.over three days. Sunday, Monday anil Tuef Aay. the latter two*Jjc'sng x»ioclaimeij public holiday*. (J) (.a; Tbanksgjying Day,— i-Tlie e?li bratioris on thp first dajy.Bunday, wi'i take the form of ibankBgiving services in all churchO!!. fhape\tt tte., uioming and evening, the. service* being, ns far qb possible, uniform in -all denomina tions. ? 'i^'i^W; In tlie afternoou1 special ssrviros should be arranged iu parks, jiantei^, etc., men meetings being- assistc:! by ba,nils (naval 'and military), clioiry. members of philharmouie.aiid choral fii cicties. Tlic...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABINET ALTERATIONS. DEFENCE AND CUSTOMS CHANGES. MR. ORCHARD'S RETIREMENT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

CABINET ALTERATIONS. DEFENCE AND CUSTOMS CHANGES. -MR, ORCHARD'S RETIRE- ' MENT. , . MELBOURNE. Saturday. Mr. Watt, the Acting; PrimeMinis ter, announced to-day ihat Senator Russell is .to -be the Acting Minister for Defence, Mr. W. . Mas»- Greene the new Minister ior. Customs, in suc cession to. Mr. Jehsenj and Mr. Poyn ton, Actinsr Minister for the lCavv.- is to assist Senator Millen at the Re patriation Department. ???-. ' In dealing with the re-arrangement;' Mr. Watt. made the following-, state ment: . ? ?? '-,. .-.??;? 'T!-e i-e-arj-ansenicnts will . optratt until. Mr. Hughes, the Prime Minister, returns.- . Senator Russell isrto act as Minister for Defence, assisted ?'by Mr. Wise, the present Assistant Minister. Senator Russell will also retain charge of the .Wheat Pool arrangements, which havesrown iiji with -fcraj.-' ' 'Mr. Greene, is to fill the vacancy at the Customs' And will be sworn, in; in .Sydney next' week. llr. ?Pbyptori will con^nuc to fee Acting : Minister for .th...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TASMANIAN SENATE SEAT. STATE MEMBER'S PROSPECTS. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

TASMAWAN SENATE SEAT. 1 '...-? *.-^ ? ?' ?.-??- ' ? v. * STATE MEMBER'S PEOSPEOTS. HOBARX, Satnrday. ? iBoth'JHfi-ttBos b£- tho State Toriiamoht : will- meet- on.-. 'VTodacsdaj- lo choose someone- to fill the seat vacatcd.%- Mr. J. J.-'liong-inthe'Pedcrarfiflnate. ? -IMj.^B. Mulcahy, -.JEHjL- wlioi was formerly ?'«.- SSnW«r, ,is- -generally; re gardtft- ai a ecrtainty- for- thfsuoeHion: l$hc 'liarJor'party.'still-inaJjttaiJiB' that the wat- should 'bft ? piven ? to ar Labor jrcprcseiitativc. 'liienteitant'5 Hurst, -ro. retorne4vsoldicr. f.-wiJl- be it* nominee, .but. he has'-no'caanci! of election: The Xabor party -is ; outnnmbRrcd in the Bouse of 'Assembly, smA ha?' only one inP'n)hcr:in.th©iCouneil.- ? ? .:-.-? ~ilr. George Poster: MJ9'.A., fl letuine/l saiaier,' has -decided; not to1 become ?? a ciudidata/in: deference to -the requests of 'returned 'soldiersj tvlio consider that ?it ?wi-H-*e'in their interests- for hinu to remain in- too State PartiomPiit. .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO MINERS INJURED. EXPLOSION OF CHARGE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

TWO/MINERS INJURED. EXPLOSION OF CKABOE. , ? SYDNET, Saturday. Two- miners, worlung nia^es, nameft Arthar ?waimott .and John IHand, were ecverely, injured ,ljy, the, premature ei plosion of a, charge in the .opal face at. Atierdare CollieiT last night. Bland '£ skull was fracturcil nnd tooth his eyes so badly injuro'd that ? there^ is little or' no hope 'of tho sight being: restored. ?A large number t-f navvies : liare, pitched. thcir^'tents' in the vicinity- of the Mu'rrnmburrali' railway station; creating at that spot quite a miniature calico town, lijemen are engaged in repairing- the railway line between Mur rumbnrrah ? and. Bemondrille.

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