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THREAT OF DEREGISTRATION. UNION OFFICIAL'S REPLY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

THREAT OF DEREGISTRATION. UXIOX OFFICIAL'S REPLY. SYDNEY, Monday. The acting general secretary of the Seamen's; STJnion, referring to the' .Commonwealth .Government's threat to apply forihe'deregistralion of the Seamen's Union, explained that the ?men were not on strike. Xothin? !iad been done which gave' grounds for deregistration. . '

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

DQNIT LET.TOUB HVEB '.BDiJE SJjJT Don't let your stomach, liver ,:ihd:; boiVc1« .rule you pr they will tiaJko ypaii miserable. Insist on your stomach and liver acting jiarurallyj then your iieaflv wou't get. a -ci/micc to aolie.i : Take'i (^iamberuiln^ Tablets' to:niglf-ajiaJ«e8| what *eUet yon. Hyill 'get. yTato a boutiqf fClwniberlBin^ Tablets ana you vM; b» *«ew bolngAreolk nerfwbwt. v :--?

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

MEN SEEK CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, Monday. At an adjourned meeting 01 *ne Federated Seamen's Union to-night -to 'discuss what action tiiey would take regarding -the shipping holdup, it was agreed io appoint a deputation to Wait oa the A.U-S.N. Company and the Union Steamship Company- to discuss matters. It is ascertained lhat the men ?will hold out until jhey are granted a rise in wages in lieu of the Uorni?. which has already been of fered l-y the company affected.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING DISPUTE. NO FRESH DEVELOPMENTS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

SHIPPING DISPUTE, NO FKESH DEVELOPMENTS. SYDKEY, Monday. There are no fresh development t in the shipping dispute. Tie men. declari' that, before they will accept any offer, the word 'bonus' must disappear from the proposed agreement. Mr. Edwards, the general secretary of the union, said that had the clause proposed by the owners read ' 'in- crease in wages,, things might liavc been different. The men had had enough of bonuses. They were promised them l-y the Federal Gov ernment for working vessels through *tte war zone, and in some cases had not got them yet. - ? .

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

Hospital : Visiting Committee. \:-i ^iMeswii. Il/M' Doiiouig'Ti, r.'G.'fes«hatd- ? ?? epii^ujd. F. .C. StelUyay. . .,;^a$ei' .Visiting. Committee: Hci : , .igraet. Dobney and Ditchfield: .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SARDINIA INQUIRY. STORY OF SIX SILVER SPOONS. GAMBLING, DRINK AND FOOD. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

'liil wiis STOBY QF SIX SILVER SPOONS.^ GAMBLING, DRINK AND FOOD. SYDNEY, Monday. Major Crtspin, the officer conj usanding the Sardinia's troops, giving evidence at the inquiry to-day, stated that a parcel containing ; *ix. silver spoons was left at tlie Hotel Australia tor him on Saturday. He explained that there were various articles stolen from the ship, and added. 'Whether they arc now return ed by some conscience-stricken people 1 don't know.' Lieutenant William Burrows, ship's quartermaster, asked whether he did not know that gambling was carried on uninterruptedly outside ihe.O.C s office, said he couU not say how often he had seen a 'two-vup'' school. there. He did not think it his duly to report it. Witness stated that complaints canu- from every part of the ship. ; Some lie- could rectify straight away, while with regard to others he' saw toe purser, and always found liini willing' to help. . Witness aim said that -the ship's officers and passengers were remonstrated with ...

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

f- '' !.'j'Wajg-g»; ??: Benevolent. Society. Bookiold« foi ti» »ODth:— 3tt».

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASUALTY LIST. PRISONERS ARRIVE IN ENGLAND. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

T CASUALTJ LlST^ § I : PRISONERS ASRIVE IN viS? .:!, ? ? ENGLAND. '*.-'-?. ??|pj . . ?? -r ^—^ - -...'??. ??*?$$& . ??????? SYDNEY, Jlondkyiif; 'The 454th casualty list cbntains^^fle1; foliowing prisoners of war afriv?a'*4filf England:— , ?' : ;% ? .'-J'i:*#; Pte.' W. CAUR, CJrong Grong. '' ' ' »? Ete. E.'JPKEXZIE, Branktbu. -..:'%'X'- « Bte ,H.'. HARTIN. The Ropk: ' ? *? K 3?te: H.' aiCHARbSON.-AIbuS-. Sil ?.f«. J. ;WAf2ELYJf, Ttirf^ootiB, ?f|l

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

CALENDAR FdR THE- WEEK;— - ?' ?-'?? jancary: ' i, phases of the moon. '; SCfew Moon, 2nd,'at 6.24 p.ni. ? Kirst^Quarier, oth, at 8,55 p.m. ' 'Full Moohj lfitK, at 6.44 P-m. . , Last Quarter, 24th, ,af 2.2? fcsa, ' Perigee, iHh, at 8.12 $in. ) .' ??' Apogee, 34th, at 9.34 i.m. ? ' . Sun Rises. SetSi Saturday, 11th ... ... .. S.18 7.54 ( Sunday. 32lb ? 5*19 'M . Mouday. 13Ui.. ... .. .. .r-.30- 7.53 - ? Tuesday; Hr h ? 5.21, 7.53 Wednesday,- J5th- ? 6.22 £.53 Thursday, 36th ? '. 5.23 7.5? Friday, I7th .|,. .... 5.24 _ 7;52

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

AMUSEMENTS. J ' SOUTHERN PICTUIUES. I ? Picture patrons are reminded flbVt. Metro's 'T-c-a We Forget' will /fie,, screened at the Southern Pictflris to-night. Rita Jolivet is the slarMijf ' this, great' production. . It Vas; wjiiie j in Ita!y tliat Mif s. JoVivet first ;$£t1 Count -ie Cippico, who is an TtalJSn j nobicman. The meeting soon fifieaii ca into romance and they were -PW- 1 rieJ.t Togetherthcy have doneKySti? derful work in this great ?production of 'Lest We Forget,' and the picfi«i4' is considered by critics to be oheSiif. the most notaWe productions of flbfl year. ? '-. ?'- - .? ' . '?-. ?7^

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

IN KESlOKXAIf. .KEXDAli. — In '?6v:ing. *i«nory of our ' ' ' darling -!&aj»hter; Evelyn Adelaide, , who passed a\vay January 14., 1918. Tii£ lovely 'bud, so_ young.. So fair. , . Called heuce by ' esriy doom. Just came to show bow sweet a flower 'in Paradise would 'bloom. * ? Ere sin. could- inarm, or. sorrow fade. Peath came with 'friendly caw; Tlie opening fcud to heaven conveyed, . ? .And' bade it bJoseom^ticr.e. —Inserted if her loving parents. ';.' . . ? ; ? ? . 1 ». .-:.---, ? . ? ? #AGfiADAMlD?lBT181E ' SUi 1* tnie,Iib«rty wkik fmbora aum, ? ^i^TUESDAy^^UARYli^^eie.

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

PERSONAL. * Wawaut-Officer W. Talloch, son of the . Rev. Vt. TuHocTi, of Wagga, ia expected to land in Melbourne to-day, being in cluded hi T-ist 'E.' He is au original Aozac and has- gai&ed liis present rauk by promotion in. 1he field. Tlie death if announced; in I-ondou of' Sir Donald Mackenzie Wallace, G.C.I.E., K.C.T.O., at tie age of T-. Sir Donald had resided and travelled in many countries, and for five years jvas private secretary . to two Viceroys of India (Lord: DufferiiT and Lord Lans doVne), and later -was assistant private secretary to the present King when, as Biike of Cornwall , arid York, His Majesty made ais colonial tour in 19B1. He became extra groom-iu-waiting to Kinjg Ed-ward VU^in iSH9. and to King jGewge in the folloj-ing- year. flc edited tie JOtb editioa t.f the . En ej-elopacdia Britannica, and was the author of books, on Buffia, Egypt and the British Jimpire. ? :Str, L. Grieve, inspector of the Bank of Australasia, Sydney, and formerly of Melbourne...

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

'iEX AMIS ATION SYST EM S. A great d«a5 has been written lately oh-: the subject of -educational ex . aminationgj their value and', .their .tuethod-of conduct. In the main the- controversy has tamed Upon the 1 higher examinations, connecting the ^ secondary schools and- the university, and : university examinations them selves. There is room tor reform very mi:ch lower down the scale, namely, in the qualityine certificate examination, which is the'- open . -'sesame of secondary education. Chil ; dren taking this ' examination , are. generally about twelve, years of a£e.' .The ground which they are asked1 to, cover m's -fairly, extent ye for that age/ . It affords ample scope for the «jcl.-. airliner to set a thorough test without. re sort -Hto-. trickery of any Jcind.. if. may be argued, that the 'catch' *juiE-; tion is useful sn causing caiidjtettS^iP exercise fheir powers' x-l-JSjdcnrtujia.-J lipij. The argument iHs'^Ps jSreigitfi but'slioutd not be' applicd'ioi^o -ieariy :. an is...

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

by an fl#1^S^jS;^^haiuJJ8|l(ilni'^tain aim; if well *ubbb3 In it penetrates ... . ? ?? ? _?-?*» -;- '. .'../J*''... . ? .' ? ' ? .-.,» xm '? ' ?' . ??. . ' The !)aily Advertiser Commenced oft llie *'?? ? ? . ME#S-A-ates DT W&RY ^6WN IN IlIVEEiNA ABE DAILY INCR1ASIN& THESt SDPPlJffiSs PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING in mME for Exiptos tm litffi] iMlfijb, B'EC0Mfi A PERMANENT StTBSOEtBlR Tbrongli Yoiir Ne\7s-Agent/ H you ire an Advertiser, and wisii to Tjnow; about its Circulation, Ask Commercial Travellers, ' Ask all News-agents, Ask Stock and JStation 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 iB from the Most Reliable Correspondents, Wool, Wheat, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Produce, iind Fruit Prices — Current Wires Eeceived Every Day. -BICE— W. per Copy; 5/6 per Quarter. To be obtained from all News-agents in Every Town...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS IN BRIEF, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

NEWS IN BRIEF, * ' 'Noiiciag that Brigadiej-Gt-ncial T. H. )odds intends to organise athletic con-, |eBts among the Australian troops in; Jpngland during demobilisatiou, the Vic torian Football League has forwarded to London a, supply of footballs for use Ui that particular branch of sport. „? The Victorian Director of Agricul pyce announced on Thursday that tabled *3vico had been received from the ftgent-Geueral, stating that half the ijiace allotted for hides from Australia fcftd' been- reserved for leaWirv. This Ipcant that 1250 tons of leather might o shipped1 each mouth. ;';At Tongala on -Friday Mr. Afthvr H.( Catthews got out of his gig witli the itention of Ehooting a ra'bbit. He did' ot lire, and was replacing the loaded reapon in tike vehicle when it went off. lie charge shattered Matthews' right ore-arm. He was motored to Echuca Dospital, nherc the arm «r»s ampufatcd, clow tlic cihow. t Tho privileges in iouuoetion with the' Dimmer meeting of the Albury L.VV ace Oh)) (od J...

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

i CElSESfi BOOTOB and £.:?»?.-: mXB&iJST, . \ ?I 5g GEdJBGErSJBEET WEST, F. ..-..?;-- . - SYDNEY, . .'. ; . viH«l:v VWt this District every -iW Weeks.;.- Every, complaint in male ior female skilfully and. successfully treated. WUUConBult: at ALBUBY HOTEL, BAYLIS-STBEET. Newtown, WaiGGA^BIDAT.. FEBRUARY t; AL BUBY,rTHUBSDAY.:FEBBUARY 6. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Mbury — 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Practised over 80 Tears in Australia, Consult by Correspondence. New Zealand Loan and ISercan u. tile Agency Co., Ltd, WOOL BBOKBBB 'STOCK ft STATION AGfiNW, Adefeitt Baferot 'Stock *t Albary ui Wfldong* Alternate Tueiaaya, iaailortUr at Howlosg Wail* gatta, fart Tallangatta. AGENTS FOB ALL C0OPEB8 DIPS. ' 'Offices': Cofcmereial Banking -Jo/# Buildings, Kiewft-stre»t, ALBUBY, ftotwich and London Accident t. insurance Association, »t-N«W WOBKMEN'S COMPWC tATION ACT in tone from lit JBLY. JaU OlMMt «{ EMPLOYEES are ISMb far. Alfr -ACCIDENTS «na DTDITS fBIAXj DISEASES OKnrriig to tbtlr BCLQYEE...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEIGHT OF THE RIVER. Above Summer Level. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

'^pS*ra: of= m biveb) ; ' ?^?~#\ftbove1 Summer Level '.-§?'J'*^-'.'''' :' ' ??'??'? ??? '' Monday. ? -,-|3wia»«el;^-;-,: -. --???? 3ft, 3in.

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

lr?»?SouV»i: 10 va.in. 'to 5' p.m.' ' . ;4if-9tJe':?!!rJniEs*r:': Appointment. - ?A'Jg£;iv -^ Telephone ' M5. : ?:!*'^*|lice: Yetulied Tbilriday, - January 3^kt^r.sVfVMt^ :Bbree CrVelt.-iitoiiasy,'

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

COMMERCIAL THE MARKETS. gSDNCT, Taesaay. f6ra#e. A solid market itflei for chaff bt Alesanjdjia tojdiay. Supplies were heavy ain4 an esrtrenifely heavy demanA ruled. All consignments were soon dis posed of. Lucerne chaff was scarce and sold to £11 per ton; maize reached thj great price of 7/ per bushel; oats wfero steady at S/ per biishelj-ipotaloes' ad vanced 30/.j-cr ten. .'Whestcn-caatE, prime 8/ to S/7, good 7/10; eaten thaff, prime S/ to S/4, 'WUeatin clmff from Uraiuittiiiiy, 7/10; TeWng Oreek, 8/; Mutton-ind Stevehsoii, -Coolatabn, 8/7. Oaten chaff from Henly, '8/3. -Potatoes from Albury. 16/ to lfe/6. '?..PRODUCE.,.. , Eggs: New laid I/Cjcase -1/S. f . 'I ? FRUITJ. - j Apples 2/6 to O5/,. bananas 21/ to 23/, -jhctries:7/ to -18/, wariges, *om inftns -S/'to l7/6,;.aaycls 23/6 -to .25/, lemon b IS/rto-'SlZ/pineapplos?/ to ID/, peaches 2/C to IS/6 j)cr;«ase. FAT STOCK. Catile: 2100 yarded. The market was ?unaltered. Best-teef -53/j-second qual ity '46/, inferior '43/ ;pcr 10&am...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BANK NOTES. ARRANGEMENTS FOR EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 14 January 1919

mmmmm^ AHR&NGEMEW1SVFOR \Wt EXCHANGE. . A.j| - --.' ?;??'?-. , ' ? ..: .:.?..,-?.- i'ij? . : AlUike!yJpor.tE..orii).lBpjBs^of'ci]lTfo? Australian troops returning to', ,tha ' Qommon wealth, arc ihciudod .-/uk'-aa arrangement which nas ' jbieb -. jppm^ completed by : the Acting ' PjiftiB $in ister (Mr. Watt) fpr thie ixchangg-or Australian, British or foreign paper rur,renrv\ . ^, ; Mr. Watt said on Saturday .flbai;. in Entelahd Australian notc6, 'will' be castied. free -of exchange' it thjj.'3pon -lon offices' of the -D*nitn6ftnftllth Ban!;, and also at the vaHo'us branches and agencies . wiiich have beeft^cstab-. lishedi at the Australian ' camps-ij'-ia England. ? They will also iie^ashcd free of exchange , bythe -Bank t.t-i Eiiglandy the National . Proviacial Barilf of England. Ltd,, ..and1- Barclay ami Co. Ltd., at Pl-iiiouth, ind byvthc National. Provincial Bank oi. England arid Barclay arid : Co. ttdi; of'.5onth- arnpton. T4ie notes vill be.caisJicd at par at this Bahko...

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