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LEAGUE OF NATIONS THE ECONOMIC ASPECTS HOW CERMANY CAN BE PENALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
LEAGUE OF NATIONS . THE ECONOMIC ASPECfS HOW CERMANY CAN BE PENALISED. LONDON, Saturday.-Tho Paris cor espqndent of tho "Morning Post' ;ays'-tho impression has gained grouni .bab tho economic side^will play > ¡mall part in the proposed League o .«/alione. But the exact contrary i he case. Thcro is a possibility of ira posing economical conditions aa laid down by "tho associated Powers on Allied enemy countries ahite, and this >vi!l be tho main justification for the league's existence. In tho opinion of many judges the lcaguo should be the best means of securing adequate com pensation from Germany without com pelling tho Allies to bolster up Ger man industries. If the Allies pool all raw materials received from Germany, and fix the prices whereat tho goods iv i ll be sold to the associated Powers and their friends, tho league con sim ultaneously fix higher, prices for Ger many, the difference being Ger many s indemnity. Such a group of as sociated Powers would ultimately de vel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
INGESTION' OrTSOUli STOMACH hummer brings along many stomach roubles indigestion, sickness, pain in toe abdomen, and flatulency amongst them. Iles' Magnesia Compound is% splendid antacid, and settles tno stomach, thereby relieving indigestion awl other troubles. Price 2/, at all chemists. -Wholesalo agents; Hatton and Laws, Launceston,*
R[?]NE BANK FULLY OCCUPIED [?]AILURE TO COMPLY WITH ARMISTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SINE BARK FULLY OCCUPIED HfclM'Kr: TO COMPLY WITH 510 ARMISTICE. I« Sictininy.-Tho Atistra I'nss Auency learns that thc i have no«' >eeiirod the occupation Hie left hank of tho lihine and I hridjjes without any untoward nu. lint tho Gormans have i i onsiderahly short of cnmplyinu [the armistice conditions regarding liandiro; over of material at the cf the first month. Pfiô heavy 1 seven thousand machine muns, 11 renell mortars, and six hundred lianes, with t'.'tii railway engines, p!i trucks, and 50&lt;¡0 motor lorries,
MORE BLOODSHED PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
M)IÎE nr.nonsnF.D PREDICTED.' ÍSTF.« PA M. S-.timl-.iy.-The situ ill P Hin is unchanged, hut do fiL'hting is experted .it any mn Trnins mid trams are stopped, mvs refuge to operate them,, dc g it Mii'afe ti traverse the s whil" tho Spartacus*T aro at lier T'Lert declares that he ?s a hattie to further negniia Thn Government hclieve that are now nhl,, to overcome armed ame. A cavalry division has ar . prevalen: heiief in Merlin is that ?icm troop- will ho sent to restore The ?'Frankfurter Zeitung" aves the -tr. eu of Merlin on Tues to a hatt!.411. Artillery fire was minus fer ii;: hoars.
BURNIE. ARRIVALS.—January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
BURNIE. ARRIVALS.-January ll. Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, fi. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames M'Croa, Black, Harden, Wcavell, Tbomas and 2 children, Clark, Christie, and 2 children, Scott, Bray, Holmes, Wootton, Vincent, Gar diner and 2 children, M'Kcnnon, Ilad dow. and child, Proud and 2 children, Gladwin and "child, Bleakley and 2 children. Richmond, Johnston, Walton, Vasey, Dodge. Talilnteau, Bates, Fran cis, Ivory, Saltmarsh, Davis, Wilson nnd 4 children. Seeley and nurse, Mul len and child, Pntkin, Lloyd, Corrigan, Perhigson and 2 children, London, M'Konzie. Jameson (2), Israel, Camp bell, Holden, Sanderson, Cole, John ston, Murray and 2 children. Clarke, Wen veil. Baker, Curran and infant, J. Newlands, and Waterhouse: Misses Brown, Mooro. Chilvers, Johnstone (2), Foley, M'Kcnzie, M'Ewan, Mac kie, Bates. Hadnell, Francis. Watts, Battey, Pattison, Tait, Simmons, Ream, Parry, Root, Carrigan, Rich ards, M'Christie. Young, Bouchard, Greener, Miller, Kemp, ' Wynne, Hamil ...
DEPARTURE—January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
DEPARTURE-January ll. Rotomahann, ss, 1777 tons, h. EVans, for Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Browne. Reid, ROSS,t Cors tophnn, Brice, Solomon, Harden; Misses White, Williams, M'Coy, Simp son and child, Britten, Drake, Hani ford, Mason, Lowrey, Plumb, Cocker, Phillips, Brice, Bretnall; Messrs., Brocklehurst, Cowper, Pearce, Ross, Brice; and 6 steerage.
SHIPPING DEVONPORT. AERIVALS.—January 11 [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SHIPPING I DEVONPORT. AERIVALS.-Jnnuary - ll. Rotomahana, ss, li 77 tons, E. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Thompson and child, Wade, Brown; Miss Ray; Messrs. Williams, Stannus, Gooden, Burgess (2), Mooro, Walton, Mathews and son. Koonya, ss, 1092 tons, P. J. Moly ncaux, from Newcastle.