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WAITER'S STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

?SÈ.MTFR1-. STRIKE. Iwaiter*' lu Perlin has i extent that tin- pity l¡y pure terrorism, Irv. The pólice did not I waiters ¡ire either

Publication Title: Advocate
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BE NEIGHBORLY! WILSON'S IDEALISM PLAIN WORDS AT TURIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

' BE NEIGHBORLY ! WILSON'S IDEALISM ¡ I PLAIN WORDS AT T'JRIN. I NEW YORK, Monday. - President i Wilson; nt luncheon at Turin to-day, said: Your Excellency, and Fellow Citi zens,- . *. 1 You show your welcomo in many de-, lightful ways, and , in to more delight ful way than in which you hare shown it to-day.. Tho words which,the Mayor has uttered havo' touched me . vei-y inuch, and 1. have . been both touched and stimulated by the words which the Senor has so kindly uttered.on behalf of tho Government of this great King dom. It is very delightful to feel my association with that Government and with this city, and I know how-much and .with what vitality the Italian ef fort comes out of this great centre of industry and thought. .:. As I passed through your Btreets I had this sensa tion, a sensation which I have often had in my own dear country at home, a sensation of friendship, of close sym pathy and contact. I could have believ ed, myself in on American city. I felt more than that....

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FRENCH MISSIONER HECKLED NEWCASTLE WORKERS SCEPTIC. CREDENTIALS UNAPPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

FRENCH MISSIONER HECKLED NEWCASTLE WORKERS SCEPTIC. CREDENTIALS UNAPPRECIA TED. A stormy meeting was held at the Trades Hall, Newcastle, at which M. Thomson, the accredited representa tive of t}io French Labor Party, and a member of thc French mission, who was interpreted by Mr. Meadows Smith, delivered an addreks. At a particularly noisy period, Mr. Mea dows Smith charged ono section of thc audience with trying to terrorise the other side into accepting its opinions. "You will not do that either with Mi Thomsen or myself," ho added. "We respect your views probably, but wc do not hold them, and it is up to you to show consideration for our conven tion." "Our great objection to Bolshe vism," ho said, "is that we arc con vinced that it means reaction, and dis order. It is a system which will throw the world's progress back prob ably a hundred years." M. Thomson then declared Iiis un compromising opposition to Bolshe vism. Disorder again occurred, and M. Thomson was accused of being "a...

Publication Title: Advocate
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AYRSHIRE TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

AYRSHIRE TYPE. Ayrshire men aro emphatic, in their claim that the breed excels in true ness to dairy type and character, says the "Breeders' Gazette.'' " This has leen demonstrated time and again by the line-up of symmetrica! Ayrshires at our leading shows. This result has been obtained because Ayr shire breeders have adhered closely to type in their breeding operations, and in tho craze for big records they have not lost sight of this. Ayrshire type may be described as follows:-A clean cut head; broad and high forehead, with upturned horns; strong nostrils, lips, and jaws; long, clean-cut neck, which indicates fine quality in breed ing; clean shoulders and fine withers; good heart-girth, denoting substance, a strong, straight back; strong, broad loin; long and deep quarter; a large, well-hold-up abdomen, which denotes J capacity;, a long, deep symmetrical ud der, which is one of the special charac teristics of the breeds; also good teats : and mammary development. These, combined w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOXIOUS WEEDS DANGERS OF NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

NOXIOUS WEEDS DANGERS OF NEGLECT. tn view of the discussion at tho last j meeting of the Table Cape Council with referenco to tho spread of noxious weeds, and in regard to tho need for action to exterminate them beforo they get out of control, it is interesting to not© that the authorities in Victoria are »live to tho danger of allowing the evil to go unchecked. Contemporary with tho suggestion that a large area of. the richest lands in the North-East of Victoria . should bo quarantined to prevent thc spread of St. John's AVart comes the encouraging news that the noxious weed has succumbed to spray ing. Mr. Davey, of tho Victorian Department of Agriculture, was the experimenter, and lie has stated that tho solution was weaker and cheaper than arsenic chloride previously tried. To make sure certain the heads of tho department have suspended judg ment until the spraying is repeated at another part of tho year. . At pre sent they havo withered stems and root3 of thc weed in their posse...

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SHIPPING LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SHIPPING LOSSES. Tlio German submarine bas destroy ed over 10,000,000 tons of non-belliger ent merchant shipping in the last four years. In August. 1914, Germany and Austria possessed between them some I thing over 6,000,000 tons of merchant shipping. Of this the Allies have cap ! turcd 2,300,000 tons, and haye in thc operations of war destroyed perhaps 100,000 or 200,000 tons besides. There aro in neutral ports a few moro hun dred thousand tons, leaving perhaps ^OI.OOO tons io German and Aus trian harbors. If tho enemy were to surrender Hie whole of his existing ton nage to the Allies, he would not b? making good more than one-quarter of the wanton damage he has done.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CULTIVATION OF MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

CULTIVATION" OF MAIZE. Possibly no crop responds to cultiva tion to n similar extent as maize, (food yields of either grain or fodder are largely-in fact, almost solely-de pendent on tho frequency with which intertillage is practised. Once a week is not too often to go thrmiLth the crop . if weather conditions arc suitable. Cul-1 tirntion destroys weeds, conserves mois ture, and loosens the soil so that tho roots can obtain the necessary air. riants oan no more lire if their roots nre in a compact soil-, that will not al low the air to enter, than human he ines can live anil remain healthy in ritiatcd atmosphere of a closed build ing. The loosening of the soil also pires the roots a chance to spread out >n search of food, tims extending tho feeding ground. The two-horse cul tivator, which is now largely ucod in the leading maize-growing districts of tho State, makes it pavdMn to give more cultivât ion than if a single-horse implement is employed. TIIP depth of working is more ea-...

Publication Title: Advocate
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HIGH FLIERS 70 DEGREES OF FROST ENCOUNTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

HIGH FLIERS; "í 70 DEGREES OF FROST EN- ? j ' COUNTERED. , LONDO.N, Thursday.-Lieuts. Lang, and Blowes, who recently ^established a record for high flyings encountered 70 degrees of frost at the highest alti tude. .'They wore, two pairs of socks, tbreo pairs' of stockings, three sweat ers,wool-lined goggles, and electrical ly-heated gloves. Lieut. Lang's left eye watered and froze, and- swelled hugely, while Lieut. .Blowes' injuries to his hands .were serious.. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SHOWEOOM SPECIALS -AT BEATTIES MILLINERY.-Ready-to-Wear . Hats, in Saxe, Vieux Hose, Nigger, Navy, Black, Black and White, Green, Mastic, Fink and Black, 8/6,10/6, 12/6, 13/6, 15/6. Stitched Silk Hats, in Tussore, Brown, Navy, ~ Black, White, Cream, Pink, V. Rose, 2/11, 3/6, 4/11, to 10/6. " Panama Hats, Special Value, 9/6, 11/6, 12/6, 14/11, . . ,v . ,,17/e: ,;,. COSTUMES.-Tussore Palm Beach Coat and Skirt, with Navy Stripe, Plain ' Tussore Collar and Cuffs, Special at 49/6. Palm Beach Costume, Sand O olor, with Brown . . . Buttons and Stitchings, Cheap at 67/6. " v Smart Over Check, Grey Effect, with Sash, nt 65/. Poplin Costumes, in Sase, Tussore, Navy, 39/6, 45/, 47/6. Ivory Whito Silk, with Blue Stitchings, at 79/6. ROBES.-Checked Zephyr Robes, in Saxe and Pink, with Plain Collars and Cuffs, at 27.C, 29/6. White Linea Bobe, Saxe Collar and Buttons, it 37'fi Vieux Bose Bobe, White Collar and Cuffs, at 2l)'G. Pink Check 7ephyr, Plain Collar and Cuffs, at ?...

Publication Title: Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

BUSINESS NOTICES. J¡10RTH ]^/J0T0R ARAGE. | W. . A. DAWS O N, (Late A.I.F.), HAS OPENED AN .UP-TO-DATE | GARAGE AT FORTH. REPAIRS, TIRES, TUBES, ALL ACCESSORIES. AV.A.D. lias eerved two years in France with tho. Electrical Mechanical Company, thus gaining unparalleled experience. 'Phono 2, Forth. M'HUGH BR0S-' TASMANIAN STEAM PIPE, TILE, | AND POTTERY WORKS, SANDHILL, SOUTH LAUNCESTON. Manufacturers of Drain Pipes, 8in. to 21in. Diameter; Agricultural Pipes, 2in. to Oin. Diameter: Chimney Pots, Flower Pots. Also all descriptions of Earthenware, in Bristol, Cane and White Majolica. PRICES AND QUALITY RICHT. Storekeepers, Patronise Local Industry and "STOP THE LEAK." | Price Lists on Application. r PAYS TO BUY The World-re nowned ALFA J^AVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. ¡Gets all tho Cream. Over 2,000,000 ii [daily use. All Duplicates Stocked. WRITE TO THE AGENTS: WEBB & GO., LIMITED, DEVONPORT - and - BURNIE. For particulars. Also of the L.K.G. Milking Machine. "ARMER " FRIENDS. PLEASE N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

WRIGHT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY. Two or three bottles of DR. WRIGHT'S Remedy will «ire most cases of Rheumatism, Sciatica, or Lumbago, but with SIX bottles purchased at ona time a SIGNED GUARANTEE is given to CURE OR REFUND ?MONEY. 5/6 Bottle; Six with Guarantee, 33/. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. The Repu tation of our Agents Demon strates tho Genuineness of our Guarantee. Agents: HATTON AND LAWS. FAIRTHORNE AND SON. H. T. GOULD AND CO. A. P. MILLER AND SON. -the Aiiílnlian-roids Artenxal Dip-n chemically .nd Pkr¿c«8» «i. r.\ of «nï dip «vcr imported. over, "Vallo" l'ovdcf i-herp Dip on te immediately supplied lo meet thc wholi of Amtr.tlasia'a extemive demanda. Sheep owr.cn endorse it aa bein« supr. mc tn ita deanatDK and disinfecting action. Manufactured by A. Victor LeraoitCo. Arlente Minei -Soulhern Croat and Quecnalar.d. Worlt.1 -v and Bendigo. Hcad^Office-Melbourne. Diitributora for V ic ina «rtd.Taam.ni. A. Victor Leggo ¿Co., MELBOURNE Procurabla AU Slere> Among the hosts of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

AMUSEMENTS. ?TO-NIGHT; JKSTIG THEATRE. DEVONPI Direction ... :.. H. Lane JESSE L. LASKY ."Presents- .'., WALLACE REID WALLACE REID WALLACE'REID TU i T T icu'iinn MYRTLE STEDMAN In "THE WORLD APART." "TnE WORLD APART." . "THE WORLD APART." "THE WORLD APART." A Story with .an Unusual;Plot full of Thrilling Inridcnt." "Keystone CoaicTy, Pnthé's Gazette, Fdiientional, and Triangle Comedy, MOX!) A Y NIGHT-Mar jery Wilson in "Mountain Dew." rjlO-NIGHT ^BURNIE THEATRE. GEORGE LERAN . GEORGE BERAN OF/KÎGE BERAN GEORGE BEDAN . '.'THE MACELLINI MILLIONS." ": :"TTTE MACELLINI MILLIONS." . ."THE MACELLINI MILLIONS." "THE MACELLINI MILLIONS." ' (Lasky.) . And MARiJERY WILSON MAR JERY WILSON MARJERY WILSON "MOUNTAIN DEW!" (Triangle). "MOUNTAIN DEW (Triangle). "MOUNTAIN DEW" (Triangle). . "MOUNTAIN DEW" (Triangle). SDAY-Central Hall, Wallace Reid "The World Apart." Etc. Fall Orchestra. In In TO-NIGHT. TOWN HALL..DEVONPORT Stuart Paton's Big Super-Feature Just as Intoxicating at it Sounds, . "THE W...

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LATROBE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

LATROBE STOCK SALE. W. T. Bell .md Co., Ltd., report: We conducted our usual sale on Tues day last, but owing to harvesting op erations only a moderate yarding bf stock carno to hand. All the fat' sheep and lambs yarded were cleared urider the hammer at prices slightly iu_. ad vanco of last sale rates. Littlo demand existed for store sheep, but a firmer tendency was noticeable'in good sorts store cattle. Baconers were firm nt late rates. Principal sales were:-Bacon er, £4/5/; pen baconers, £3/167: do., £3/0/; do., £3/16/6; pen slips, 1//; pen fat wethers, 28/; do., 26/3; do., 26/; pen hoggets, 22/6; do., 22/9;. 'nen lambs, 25 9; do., 20'6; do., 17/9; do., 20/; do.. 20/; 60 4-tooth ewes, 20/; fat cow, £11/15/; do., £10/7/6; do,, £8 10/; store cows, £5 to £7'5'; springers, £10, £9/10'. £8/15'; 3 yearling stccrsi £4; 1 yearling heifer. £4'5/; 3 do., £3 5/ ; maro and foal, £30.

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BALKAN CONFEDERATION LEACUE WITHIN A LEACUE. GREECE'S PEACE AIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

BALKAN CONFEDERATION LEACUE WITHIN A LEACUE. GREECE'S PEACE AIMS. NTÎW YORK, Thursday.- The United Press Association's correspond-, ent at Paris has interviewed the Foreign Minister, the head of the Greek peace delegation, who said that Greece had reached completo under standing with Serbia, Roumnnia, Czccho-Slavia and Jugo-Slavia, con cerning tho formation of a Balkan : Confederation, which will be a Balkan League of Nations within the world league. The Balkan Confederation, bc said, will not interfere with the work ing of the world league, but will guard the interests of the Balkans and prevent futuro Kalkan wars. Tho Greek Minister added:-Bul garia can enter the Confederation whenever sho gives guarantee cf fdelitv. Greece is in tho fullest accord with President Wilson's proposals for a League of Nations.

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BRITISH DELEGATES IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

r.nmsTT DELEGATES IN PAMS. LONDON, Thursday.-Several lead ing Foreign Offico officials havo gone to - Paris. - President .'Wilson,- Mr. Lansing. Colonel Honso (America) : Mr. Balfour and Lord Robert Cecil 'Britain); Signor Orlando and Daron Sonnino (Italy); and M.M.'s Clemen ceau and Pichón (France) will attend tho preliminary conference on Thurs day. Mr. Lloyd George, President Wilson, M. Clemenceau and Signor Orlando will consult individually with the var ious delegates during tho coming week-end. Theso conversations will possibly be prolonged for a fortnight, after which representatives of Britain, Franco and Italy will confer for. the purpose of considering Austro-Ger many's and Russia's representation at the full confeience. After this repre sentatives of the .smaller States, in cluding Belgium and Portugal, will be called in until the representation of all interested nations is complete. It is new expected that there will he four British representatives, prob ably the Premier....

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SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL " To the Editor. Sir,-It seems to me that nil the proposals of tho Anzac Welcome Com mittee re a fitting memorial to our lovril dead do not promise a memorial to thc dead, but a place of amuse ment for the living. Let us hy all means provide rooms nf comfort-or halls-for our returned men. They deserve it, and it is the least we can éo for them ; hut let us placo a rever ent monument in our town to those who never will return to it-or \us. Would we pnt a dance hall or billiard room over onr graves in the ceme tery? No. Then let us treat our honored dead with honor, and keep the two things separate. I have no doubt that the restriction with regard to the £25 limit will be revealed be fore long and we will bo allowed to spend our money to put a lasting manument with due decency to the memory of those who cave "all" for I tis. -Yours, etc.. HELEN C. LITTLER. Devonport. Thc Canterbury State Labor Council vf.S.W.)_ lins, by resolution, expressed the opinion th.it tho na...

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CORPORAL'S OWN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

CORPORAL'S OWN STORY. A representative of tho "Petit Parisien" has interviewed the Scottish corporal, the hero of Moeuvres. The corporal related in simplo words how he and his comrades held ont in their den, without provisions, and with no water but what they had in their flasks. "I knew," he said, "thntthe Bri tish had boen obliged tn retire but T had not received any orders, so wo de cided to wait and see. Thc men with me wero splendid fellows. "The Germans attacked us three times by the light of the moon, but 'hov were repulsed by our riflo fire, without necessitating the use of our machine cnn. Then they hoped to re -t"co os liv starvation, but fortunately the British artillery forced them to fall wk:" Tho onlv reference which the cor poral made to his personal suiferinas was to regret his delayed leave. Uh only dream of reward, says tho journal, was to see aaain his wife and two sons in his little home in Fife.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

THE Money Valueof tho Exhibitions won in open competition by M.L.Ç-, Students in a singlo year amounts to £1030. METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE, HAWTHORN, VICTORIA. President: Rev. W. H. Fitchott, B.A., LL.D. Head Master: P. R. Le Cou teur, M.A. (with Honors), Melbourno and Oxford^ Rhodos Scholar, 1906; late Lecturer in Mental and Moral Philosophy, University of Western Aus tralia. ' Tho ordinary Staff for 1917 included Nino University Graduates. THE M.L.C. HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS "A SCHOOL WITH IDEALS") THE IDEAL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, with its natural reward of hraltli, and the grace and efficiency which go with health. THE IDEAL OF DOMESTIC" TRAINING, fitting a girl for happy woman hood. THE IDEAL OP BUSINESS EQUIPMENT, preparing a girl lo earn lier own livelihood. THE IDEAL OF PREPARATION FOR A UNIVERSITY COURSE, so that a girl can enter ono of tho profewions, THE IDEAL OF SOCIAL CULTURE, giving a knowledge of social duties and usages. THE IDEAL 08 MORAL TRAINING, so as to develop a pure...

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ENFMY ALIENS POSITION IN AUSTRALIA. CABINET COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

". ENFMY. ALIENS ' ' ' POSITION IN AUSTRALIA^;-. CABINET COMMITTEE TO IN . VESTIGATE. MELBOURNE, Friday. - The Act ing Primo Minister stated to-day that the Cabinet had appointed a sub-com mittco to give further consideration to tho question of , enemy aliens in Australia. "This committee.," ho re marked, "wilT consider tho recommen dations made and compare them with the British recommendations, and the Cabinet will then finally deal with the report." 'flio sub-committee of the Cabinet mentioned consists of Senator Pearce, Minister for Defence; Senator Glynn, Minister for Homo and Territories; Mr. Groom, Acting Attorney-General ; and Mr. Greene, Assistant Minister for Customs.

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[?]-FOUND WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

Iri/Y-FnUM) WINNERS. int often that winners looked to pirti as in the galloping md though tho card was tin lis column before even soratch e made, perhaps Seek did Hot o many as likely ttl seo nut put in including her the writer he opinion on her running nt and Longford that she would Ito run a mile in the Devon t'ltiv. She was probably cut ii' beginning of her Longford ?lie was so «low ¡n getting to t Molly Chiron and Soiourn a long lead, hut Seek finish Iv, ,U Devonport- on Satnr v.-ns nlwavs in front on the li Port ah alongside, and once re turned for home she came II forfa hiv. Poy tah just stall [innir«iti2or fur wornl place. as slow in shaking up Mr. mare, and "b» finished well, loo late. Crcacydale looked lg trouble rifht un to the n, hut he then faded ont. He on soft goinc, and that is hör h« umie to finish so thirl plarp at Mowbrav on )¡¡v. I.yiucns, who has bern l'.e|f for a ivhile, waa pro . tbs mm, and he kent up 5"M ii the carly starrs. Wh*n :bnt I"1 nevr finMies. P. iii...

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