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REPORT OF SKIN, HIDE, TALLOW AND FURS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

EEPOHT OF SKIN. HIDK, XALLOW AXD PL'RS. The Albnry Wool and' Produce Brokers (Younghusband, Bow and Co., Pply. Ltd., Dalgctr uml Oj.. Ltd., and the Southern fiiverina Farmers' Coopera tive Associated, Ltd.) report holding their usual montlilv t-aW of butchers' anil station produce on l-'riday last. The catalogue consisted of 30.000 sheep skins, S00 hides, 30 tons of rabbit skins, aud 1C (bus of tallow. Sheepskins: Large catalogues Were offered, and competition was brisk for tall descriptions of bound skins. Eighth lo third wool pelts sold at an advaui-.c *of Id. to lid. ..per lb. on last sale, l-ut irougb, ilamagcd and bare pcits were ivciy diflicuit to quit. Best full-woollcd merinos from 11/sd. to L'ijd-. fthorl from 9id. to 10d.; lull woollcd, daiuugrd, from 103J. to 12|d., medium Sd. to IPd.: best crossbred from lid. tu 1-^d.. me dium 8d. lo lOJd.. shorn, cuaijc. Od. Io Sjd.: Lincoln Bkins.. soui.ul, 8d. to Sd.. others from Cld. tu Sd.: -»cst wtll grown crobsbicd pelts from Oid....

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED CUSTOMS FRAUD. SYDNEY MERCHANTS FINED. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

ALLEGED CUSTOMS FRAUD. SYDNEY MERCHANTS FINED. , .. SYDNEY, Saturday, 1 lie Jioncy -shipment pro^cculiciu.s were; -brought to a conclusion in the Police Court to-day, vrlicn }. J. Sul livan, produce dealer, and C J. Ham say, merchant, were each lined £joo. in' addition to professional costs. Walter J.' Smith shinning clerk. . -w:is fined JC'S. 'Mr. J.'A. Kcrspison, wliu appeared lor,, the Customs Ucpart meni. announced that tlic cargo of ll'oncy would bo forfeited. 'J'lie magistrate said lie regarded Smith a;. a dupe in the matter, and took into consideration the, fact that lie liad lost his position'. Notice of appeal: -vas giveij. Tin osi, oicujntd socti 4a\4

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE CONFERENCE. DOMINIONS' DELEGATES. REPRESENTATION ADJUSTED. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

PEACE CONFERENCE. ' DOMINIONS1 DELEGA.TES.- - REPRESENTATION ADJUSTED. (Banter.) VA NGOUVER, 'Saturday. ' Sir Robert Bordeti is accompanying Mn Lloyd George to Paris on Satur day as a fully accredited British dele gate. The difficulty PI the repre-: scntatiou of the Dominions has been overcome bv 'the creation ? of-, a Do minion panel. Mr. Hughes, S:r Robert Bordcn and General Botha will 'occupy a' scat in turn, trtit will be constantiy conferring with each other.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHT FOR WOLFF BUREAU. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

FIGHT FOR-WOLFF«BUREAtr. -Bente'rj : AMST^fiDAJJ, Saturday; Government -'-troops .jinsuccessfiilly have endeavored to recapture* the Wolff Bureau. '* . ' . '

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUGHES' INTERPRETER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

. ME. HUGHES5' iNTEEP^BTEE. \ (United Service;) LOJfDONj BaJuiday.. Mr, Hughes lias apjidimteil M. Chas-' sngie/ of the staff of .''PlgaVo,' as his liiterprotnr at jiiepoftcomiflsion.. .v- ,

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

AUSTBAUA'S MOD^BT SHAEE. Shown Jablbs.Jf rom, MolboBTUc with' objections ifl ? his-'abschec,' flir Joseph Cook said tliat ii' single Minister m-'ouia be iusuflicient at flic Conference. Tlie ; Austrnlian dolegation of tn'-» SKnisiers and a^ttnff of' t\yc)vcwas modfst coin Jparcd'with Cann9»Js: five Ministers ;rn-1 staff *of fbrfy, and South A-frica, witli three Ministers ^ind Mnff;Of t*n. 'The Politicians' I'nion 6lioulil teall'iis-'out* for black-logging,' eaid tho Minister.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR'S AFTERMATH. PROBLEMS IN VARIOUS THEATRES. DRASTIC THREAT TO TURKS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

WAR'S AFTERMATH. PROBLEMS IN VARIOUS . THEATRES. DRASTIC THREAT TO TURKS. LOXPOK, Saturday. Tlie situation in. the BaJkiins coiitin nes to be difficult owing to foort short age; Supplies have- nlrcady lieon sent under armed- 4juard to Vienna. The Turkish garrison in Arabia have laid. down, tjicir arm? with the estop: tion of Medina, whore Vnkhri I'asba; is still holding- out. The Tnrkish -Jovrl-ii- im nt, litJB lieen informed ihnt unless k lie conditions of--hc armistice in this par ticular instance, are complied with, the Dardanelles forts will be destroyed. 1'cgarcling the situation in Russia, ii is- again authoritatively emphasiFcii. from ilio viewpoint of the general staff. that the jircsent. position, is the outcome of measures desicftctl fiimply and solely Ivitli a view- of emlijig the war with Germany aud ensuring complete im munity from' German military apjires sinn in future.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE PARTY FOR PARIS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

EMPIRE PA*fyifdRl»ATRiS. ^BcWcirb - .'lfl^bi&:^ntur^ay;v ; ? '? ? An; official miisagie^'tBti^^i-'Mr. ?Lioyd' George, ^d'r^r.^p^pjiajv^ . jiccoinpanied.VJ»j''»th'eI.'P^ni't|^iin3sters! of Cniiada, Ajisir^lia^.'.Sb^i.i^i'fr^pa,' and ; Ncwloundland; ^ia'd^tli^'Maitai-a-' jali:- of ;B3kancf^ieftva^-\!?ariS^;ittiis- jtiohBi.M'itii tlie fytyAiijoiiiiif Allies i'ftnd1

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN MANUFACTURERS SOLDIERS' CLAIMS CONSIDERED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

VICTORIAN MANUFACTURERS SOLDIERS' CLAIMS CON SIDERED. \iLLBOLk\L bjtucda^ 1 lie \ iLtonan Cliambcr ot 'Man fjcturcr' mil sliorth consider the tc quest made by roiuriR'd.soidiers to the Vatioual jiaru for tin dssims al fio n lilt, cniplo) of maiiufjcturcr'- of il- gables in fa\or of uimiplo\cd '?ol dki Consideration wi'l also be (,ncn to tlic request foi tlic OiUrtsicm of mduitnes -i«d ihc c*tjblish1iio «f iUu ones

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCKS OF FLOUR. WHEAT BOARD'S ESTIMATE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 13 January 1919

STOCKS OF FIOUR. WHEAT BOARDS ESTIMATE, MLLBOLKM. Satmddv jAfcoiding to a rclutn jsiuttl to -;Uy \j tlie \ubtrj)ian Wnat TSoaiil t|i(_ ll^Ur 'sfodes held bv tlie Tour ivlimt ; gfowine Staits of tlic Coramotw cjiUU on account of the Imperial -Qo-fcl(f- anenl aggf egafe 2^,000 short tt-us, 4

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

LATEST SCRATCHINGS. . J SYDNEY, Monday. A.J.C.. Anniversary Handicap: Le Gros. ? ., Challenge Stakes: Stanway, Lord Bardolph. ..-.'? . AU engagements: Clubs, Kewpie.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. THE WAGGA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

eowts. '?'? .-???[ THE WAGGA CLUB, . ,Since last reporl *1jg following games Jiave beeto play*d, on tie %agga green in iionuection with the Opening Han-: dicap: — ; . ? .;.. ????. ? '?? :'. , .. - ;. ;: ^ii^dBflund.— ADivision-MFlclt (scrj. bijStCoilinB (5), 2S io .15- Dobriey- (i) sbeat EmWen -4), 25 to 19; ba*es;-2); beit fimith (owes ?),S7 to '.13; Gox jitscr,) , beat Mcads.--4), 25 -« jsi : Sj fiiyisjon— -Baleigh^} beatXJ. A. S..Da; siflson. .-6),'25'toj3.4:; Kcnneally -10V IieaJ Nail (7), 25to 20;' C.li. Bavid .*-£.:(?)'' beat; Bart ;-8)i 25 to 23; J. C; feainey . (3.0) beat Diipraz (-i)( 26 to 24/ V'JSenii-fflhals.-r-A:. Divisi6ii~tox: bf at; l?'et^ 25 ; io 'Si;^ 'Oates^wtt 'bpbncyj ^5' io'17, B DiySdoii^-O. :M. Bavidson 't»Mt Niamey, 26 to 17; Baleigh to play Ken-i neaUy. - ''-/??.-'^: v.: -, .:;' . ?, -. J;, ;, 'In the MitieTielnidre'Tjnt'iournanient,1 PJett.:;beat Cuiuiini|liam;'' F]e}.f : Kea't Ji',Keifeie,. -'20. Jo'-15.' ' ' :-;' . ? ? ', ./: ? ? 7, : : :.,X. -,J ifPJaye...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

The racehorse Escomb was sold in ^fe^bou^ne yesterday for 470 guin easr according 10 a tclegrapbic de spatch received last night. The two-year-olil brown gelJing l)y Featberftitoh from Sunshine C-iri pur chofed recently by auction at Wagga by Mr. «J. Cronrn. has been resold to Mr. .1. J. Lynch, Jffntone. The price j\as in the vicinity of £100. Xoniinatioris for ,iH events to be run at the Alburv L.V. Summer meeting, ou Friday a;id .SalviTday.. January '4 and 25, close at midnight in-nigut with the secretary, Mr. Aif. T, Siangan, Albury. Wagga nominations will be received by Mr. J. F. De Groot. An eventful afternoon was experi enced by the large crowd which at tended the Epsom meeting on Satur day. There was much applause when C. Boyd rode Le Mattan in -after the gelding had won, and an enthusi astic demonstration in Javor ot J. jn. M'Grepor when Jic rpdc Kalub back to scale after winning the Brush Steeplechase. The hoifting 1iy the judge of Ceridwen's number alter the exciting; fini...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Aries has displaced Palm Leal as fa vorite for the Challenge Stakes. Byd ncy Damsel is third favorite, with Bri seis close up, followed by Dame , Acre and Balarang, then Willie Floma and Sheila B., with Fight ? Ever and Sholl shoek some distance further Ijact. Arco Jlarella and Ureg arc joint fa vorites -for. tbe Anniversary Handicap, then Bee and Kennaqubair, withlKcni lic next. In the order named then come First Xcsson, Garibaldi, and Phast Boy, who is several points shorter than Bast court, Silent Way and. Two Blues, with Sydney Damsel next.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPARTACUS SUCCESS. EBERT'S TROOPS REPULSED. COPENHAGEN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

SPARTACUS SUCCESS. EBEKT'S TROOPS REPIXSED. j COPENHAGEN. Monday. Tlie Government troops tried to recapture the different building*:, among: them being tbe State renting ofikes: where the sum of 18.000,000 mark?, is in the- hands of the SpaYta cus followers. 'Jhey were every where repulsed. The revolt continues to spread in ibe province.-, and the Spartacusistf have usurped power, 'n Muthctut and Oberliausen. and' de clared a proletariat dictatorship. Fresh street fighting has broken out at Munich. Excited crowds tried' to rus-li the great banks, which were defended by machine-guns. ; There were a number of casualties.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. SOUTHERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. RACING DATES, 1918-19. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

\' ' ? . ? ' ''-''-^-^'-*;'- — ? 'i - ???? ? ?? ^ly'^ :i--'' ::; : .. IKG ABBOOIATIOW, ... BAOINO i)^MI, 1918-19. ' TumbarttinTjBT.C. _.i i.Jaiuaty^lC. Uonaro B.C. ...... 3ahuari 22,^83. Albnry L;y. B.C. .. Swwtf 4i, |5, Ardletban E.B.C ? January 29. Bin«longB.-? ? ,. ..; rebrnary B. Ooulbutn B.C. .» .,'. .''Eisibttaty ?,. 8. Cootamundta T.C. ... Pebroarj 12, |3. tumutT.C. .. .. i'i1.-. Februttrf 19,*( Gundagni B.C. . . . . Pebruary 26, 87. Eaninsteao P.B.C ? March 1. Davsdiils P.B.O. .. .. .. ..March 6. £ounz ?.G, .i ? ? « Match S, fl. Braldwood T.C .. .. .. „. Harch 1, 8. Jnnce Bacing Club .. ...March 11, -1£. Albury St. Patrick Day B.C., March *5. A.daminoby. J.Q, ., '?? ?? March 17, 18. Wagga- Jlemorihl Meeting . . Mar. 18. Burruwo B.O ? March 18. Ardlotban P.B.C ? March IB. Ooklands A.B.C.' ? March. 19. Wagga St. Tatriek1* Day B.C.,Karch 19 BareUan BC. .... .. .. ..March 26.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER FIGHTING BERLIN STILL A STORM CENTRE, GOVERNMENT TROOPS REPULSED. GERMANY. CIVIL WAR IN BERLIN. GOVERNMENT REINFORCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

j.-.f ;^».- -: js3.y*^ir,7 ittpZYigSrrZ. $Cs£ 1S^'5S|^r«SJ^^J^^g^iSi^Si^«^^ ?' . 'V*^^ * ? #~r '..'.'?? j ' ? ?? \ GERMANY. CIVIL WAR IN BERLIN. GOVERNMENT REINFORCED. ' ' ' ??'* ' ' '' _ '^ '?The*»Timcs' correspondent says the situation in Berlin, is still grave and undecided. Fighting continues, and is growing in intensity. ''Machine guns and bombs are I'rcely used. All .traffic in the principal streets and tubes and trains arc slopped.; -Cordons f oi soldiers are barring tnc Inorougn farc?. The Government is inarching Iroop? from J'otsdam. and .decisive developments are expected shortly. *

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

. tfiOTTING FrXTDBEB. S.D.T.C., Jnnee^— Feb. 19, Apl. 2, Junes. Temora Trotting Club .. .. Feb. 26.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND DEVELOPMENT. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION NEEDED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

LAND DEVELOPMENT. , RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION ,. ..., NEEDED. l' t -. ?' ' SYDNEY. Monday. ? iTbit- Minister for Lands states that ?Jloflg^term/.lea'ses still current cover iS/JWOOoj awes, hut of this1 area 'only $iioUtj MKWiOOO acres would jiavc any agri.tu1isir.al.' 'value, '?. and1' then -}».V Nyath ' railways /constructed. About' ,Ja3P9iP9O jiicpee cojUd^be. v.jtfidra\yw junofrstncwrpnoittons' o?_ leases;, T-at about :i{ per' acr^ --aiid^.ujc renja'iiidijr. ijsstfjijii'^ft'ja.bb^/tf^-'-/ but \ -j-H»$iUIyy SOOjOfc: xici-es' woiildrlje ?irthjni&; '5 f vr-_ .ijecctearjr.. ^.-ir^servesi.: , ?rjj|'« J'^W'iV ^poSSi '^icitc?!jwould*;fte '. jii^lesi ; \ for'' ?siettiemeriti' iiilt woulfl; iffbri :-£jieher;:i' shad* and cover. \ ';? -ThJe Minister also stated tiiat t!ie construction ,of the .BarniedinaiiKan kin's; Springs, ?Grifirth-HiHsloji, and Cponibarabjan-Burren . j viktioit. rail ways.woiild' opeii jip;3arge -areas,. The district land Offices 'liad'^ under cdu '8id«raUonj the qu...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUESTION OF PREFERENCE. SOLDIERS AND LOYALISTS. MR. FULLER EXPLAINS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

QUESTION OF PREFERENCE^ SOLDIERS AND LOYALISTS. ?': MR. FULLER. EXPLAINS. ?'] 1 ? SYDNEY, Monday, -i The Cabinet held a special meeting? to-day, at the conclusion of , which: Mr. Fuller stated that, when Parlia-i ment met, the Government intended^ lo amend the Industrial Act by in-| troducing a provision that preference of employment should be given/) wherever practicable, to returned boI-^ diers. ? , Mr. Fuller, interviewed, stated that] as far as the loyalists who 'had corni? to the assistance of the Gorernmeiji= during the strike were concerned.i^nec Government considered itself absp-; lutely bound by th-* promise; which jti made to individual. men, thalt/jt woiildt do its best tonnd,,thein#refercntiaiJ employment on the' wharves on the; same 'footing as returned soldiers. Jis far as the latter -w'ere concerned, Ihii* Government, was hopeful that all ,emi* pioyers of Jabpr wftyld recognise; vthej duty imposes upon them .of. filling,' wherever possible, all vacant position^ with m...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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