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DISLOYAL SOCIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

DISLOYAL SOCIALISTS. CHICAGO, Friday. - Five Social ist leaders, including Congressman Bernier, secretary of tho National So cialist Tarty, have been found guilty of conspiracy to violate thc espionage law in Germany's interest. j

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WHITISH STEAMER MIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

WHITISH STEAMER MIXED. U).\DC).\. Saturday. - Tho British steamar Northumbria lias been mined. Most of the crew were lost.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AMERICAN FORCES IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

AMERICAN* FORCES IN RUSSIA. WASHINGTON, FViday. - The total strength of America's forces in Siberia is 7,000 men, while in Russia 12,(XX> Americans are engaged.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HUNS GOING HOME [?]ATRIATION DECIDED ON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

I HUNS GOING HOME - j ?MTKUTIOX DECIDED OX. 1;i>0X, Saturday.-It n official- j ni that diiriiiji thc muntli of De r interned aliT enemies repatriated. Tiley wer? either J- or persons over military aire, lilitaiy authorities have nov." de nial it is no longer necessary to I enemy civilian-. Therefore dé pens bepm on January 6, when pied for Germany,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
APPEAL TO CAESAR E[?]MAN ELECTORAL STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

I APPEAL TO CAESAR Í»t.\X ET.I'OTOIÎAT, STRUGGLE. I! NH, Saturday.-Tho general IM campaign in Germany is in íiiij;. The Ci reran Majority So s nie < undiieting a vigorous eam f.ir the Cai-iiuient Assembly. li.ive been a series of colossal ral ions in every constituency :. eve of the pall. In some constit - the Intl'.'pcmlent Socialists are katine the extremists. Their lead live joined forces with the major ity whose cry is everywhere "Xo i .i-ni." They hope for a clear ?¡iv over all other parties. The )l;e (Ceittrul Party is the only ie. ialist Party with any prospect curing a large support from the

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GENERAL CABLES "WORLD'S PRESS CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

GENERAL CABLES "WORLD'S PRESS CONGRESS. LONDON, Saturday. - Tile next World's Press Conßress will ho held in Sydney on November ll next.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLIED INTERVENTION AN INTERESTING SURVEY THE INTERFERENCE IN RUSSIA. SITUATION IN TURKEY AND THE BALKANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

ALLIED INTERVENTION AN INTERESTING SURVEY THE INTERFERENCE IN RUSSIA. SITUATION IN TURKEY AND THE BALKANS. I.OXBOM, Saturday.-An intorcstúv official statement lias been prepare: respecting tho activities of tho Allie in Russia and Turkey, as well as th S'rnr East. In view of tho criticisms at Allic« intervention in Russia, and thc de mand for a withdrawal, it is pointe:) out that tho expeditions are solely aimed against tho Germans, in order to prevent the further .transferring of troops from the West front and to sto" the German penetration of Rus sia, enabling Germany to absorb the rich resources of minerals, foodstuffs and oil. The exact determination of tho vari ous spheres of occupation by tho new nationalities in thc Balkans has caused some friction, which is now settling down. The Allies have successfully adopted the principle of occupying the disputed localities with troops of disin terested nations. Counter measures are being taken to resume railway com munications, in orde...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CIRCULAR HEAD MUNICIPAL FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

-j iCfflCüLAR ÍIÉAD MUMCIPAL FINANCES I At tho Circular Head Council meeting held last Friday, tho following financial' position "of the various accounts Was read: Dr. Cr. * ? s. <(. £ s, d. Stnnlcy Ward 4 4 10 - Horton Ward... D7 3 4 - Emmett Ward .692 5 4 ? - - Mowbray AVard 1020 10 8 - Marrawah Ward 177 12 10 . - . General account 125 15 -9 - Stanley lighting 30 19 10 - Stanley Town Hall 9 10 8. - Stanley sanitary - 186 15 3 Smithton lighting -: 1 16 6 Smithton Town Hall - 9.15 ll Smithton sanitary 48 3 10 - Total debit, £1007/19/5._

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. Don't entertain a chronic running sore or wound. Cure it with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic liniment. Price, l/'G and- 3.'. * Obtainable from H. . C. Spicer, Chemist, Burnie, and Stanley; Jos. Thorne, sen.,. Grocer, Waratah.; Yolla Supply Co., Yolla;.A. E. Dixon, Chemist, Wynyard, and Grey , Bro3.. ¡Smithton.* The housewife who recognises super iority, orders I.X.L. Preserves. Why not do the same?»

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

I NEW. ZEALAND BUTTER. New-Zealand butter factories havo agreoit 'S" aixopt thc Imperial Goveiu juout'» offer.ol 1"; a cwt. a= a share, o tho- surplus profits. ' Producers have been'holding out for nearly six months for-19/ a cwt. _

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

FRUIT^FRUITÍ You can hwy all kinils of SEASON ABLE FRUIT and VEGETABLES at Wholesale Rates at tho BURNIE MART. Fresh supplies coming in. ail the week from every contre. BANANAS ripened on the premises. Try them; no-waste. Al^ shops can save money and get satisfaction. Bacon and Wheat prices will ho found right. Seo report in to-day's paper. R. W. WINSPEATt, Burnie. 1 SEPARATOR BUYERS. Wc are'Agents for tl¡^fámous'ii'BALTIC,'SEPARATOR.and have limited supply of favorite sizes, from 8 to 70 gallons. For clean skimming and simplicity tho "BALTIC" is among tho world's best., Prices aro lowest jiossible. After present stocks aro exhausted they will bo much deader. Drop us a postcard, and wo will quoto you. . : STENHOUSE & CO.. DEVONPORT - PENGUIN. - BURNIE -- ULVERSTONE. rjl WI NE, 'g,'A OK'S, AN-D pAOKS., We have now received supplies, and can quote at Cheap Rates. .J^ INSEBD Q I L jyj- E A L For Fattening and Keeping your Stock in Health, and suits the ? Poultry ns well. -»r ?y...

Publication Title: Advocate
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COASTAL AUCTION MARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

COASTAL AUCTION MARTS. ' DEVONPORT. - Trait anil Fogarty report : We held our usual sale of farm and dairy produce on Saturday. Wc had good supplies in most lines, which realised satislactory prices. ) Live poultry in fair supply, which sold readily' at late rates. Dressed poultry in lighter supply, with prices firmer. Average quantity of pork to hand, for which the demand was good. Lamb in ' heavy supply, and* all cleared nt last week's prices. Butter in fair" supply, with strong demand. Eggs scarce. ? Stone fruit is more plentiful, and we had tho first consignment of this sea son's apples to-dav. Our sales were: -Live poultry: Fowls, 3/6, 3,9, to 4/ per pair; ducks, 3/ to 3,'S per pair; geese, 3/, 3,'ß to 4/ each. Trussed poultry: Fowls, 4,'C. 4/9, to 5/ per pair; ducks, 4 6 to 5' per pair; geese, 4,'C, 5> lo & each. Pork, 7|d. Rd, 8>d, to 9d per lb. ; Iamb, Pd, 8>d, 9d to 9J<1 per 4b. ; mutton, Td, 7¡d, to 8Jd per lb. ;' hams, 1/ to 1/1 per Ih. ; ba co...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEVEN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

LEVEN COUNCIL Thc monthly meeting of tho Leven Council was held at Ulverstone on Saturday. Present:-Crs. A. S. La kin (Warden), F. A. Tongs, J. J. Fil leul, AV. J. Carter, A. D. W. Tongs, T. llinghnm, E. French, J. F. AA'right, J. Johnstone, and E. Hobbs. E.L. 'Prices. The council confirmd a resolution increasing the prices for E.L,' current j from eightpence, to ninepence, and power from threepence to fourpence per unit. I . Finance.' The council clerk tabled a. state ment showing balances of various ac counts on December 31, 1918:- ? _ Dr. Ch-. General . 672' 6> 9 - Castra ... . 75 10 2 - AbotbsbanU.-: - ;.,97..16 10 Motton ... - ' ... 12 ll 8 Lighting Main- . ; ? tennnce - ...'609 4 3 - UM:rstone ... - 141 711 Bcscrves . 9 2 2 - Cleansing ... ... - 12 1 0 B.L. construc tion .... ... 731 6 8 12 1 0 Health .:. . - 61 ll 7 Water main- - tenance _ - 379 13 6 Codlin moth ... - v 32 8 8 Road, general - 7 6,4 Street repairs - 22 7 8 Town Hall . - 179 10 5 Water construc tion . - 6 12...

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EUROPE'S FOOD PLIGHT 1[?]00,000 TONS FROM AMERICA TO AVERT FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

EUROPE'S FOOD PLIGHT CoÓ.OOO TONS FROM AMERICA . TO AVERT FAMINE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. - The Washington correspondent of the 'New York Times" give publicity to a.statement from the United States Food Controller, Mr. Hoover, to the effect that 1,400,000 tons of food will be needed from tho United States to save Europe from famine. Tho cost of delivery alone will bo £70,000,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

The magnitude of H. Jones and Co.'s operations contributes to the quality of I.X.L. Jams, Canned Fruits, and Sauces. Always cheapest and best.*

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NORTH-WESTERN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

NORTH-WESTEFiM CROPS. ULVERSTONE.-Harvesting of the hen season's crop of blue peas may now. be said to have fairly commenced. .Mr." G. Keswick and Sons started on Saturday at Slr. F. G. Frampton's iaim ("Belmont"), and threshed 14 aeren for 441" bushel;-an average of. pl bushels per acre. Toe sample is said to Be good, 5îr. Beswick having had the machine specially fitted for the work. STOWPORT. - Harrest is now in full swing..- Some farmers have cart ed their hay, of .which the crop is ex cellent. Peas are being cut, and pro mise a good yield. Potatoes are look: ing splendid, and some farmers, tempt ed hy the .high price, have commenc ed digging. _ ....

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EDUCATING THE CHILDREN To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

EDUCATING THE CHILDREN To tho Editor. Sir,-I am glad to soo tho Education Department are at length putting in to operation tho suggestion I made to tho Director some five or six years ago, with the view of giving tho un fortunates in the backblocks some chance in tho battle of lifo. At thc timo-1 wrote I was informed my views were, "unpracticablo," but "af ter many days" of consideration it seems to .be the only scheme sn far evolved which will bring enlighten ment "to those whom I havo nlwnys pitied above all else. Tho only altera tion spoken of is that'of making Ho bart the centre for such work, whereas my suggestion was that the nearest Stato school should send out .and re ceive such work, and I still think on tlio ground of economy and. expeditious working tho latter would be far and away tl$ best, as the enrolment; of "outsiders" would add to tho status of other . schools, ; and thus «retiro v hiaher crade of teachers for all classes. -Yonrs,' etc., " , ' B. HORTON, wynyard.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONDITIONS IN AUSTRIA AND BALKANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

CONDITIONS IN AUSTRIA AND t. BALKANS. I PAMS, Saturday. - Tho internal j I situation in thc Balkans is stated to I ' be difficult, owing to the serious food shortage along the whole Adriatic coast and tho interior. In Austria the position is similar, and food is be ing already sent to Vienna under arm ed guard. At Prague, in Bohemia, large crowds desperate with hunger pillaged the food stores. The troops were called out, but refused to desperso tho riot 1 _________

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

Convalescents after influenza, or those troubled .with that "run-down feeling," tiro result of overwork or mental worries, etc., should take "Pomona" Tpnt'c Wine. It is a splendid invigorator, end is inst the tonic needed. Prire, 2/6 and 4/6, from j R. F. Johnston, Cherai*1-. Devonport and Latrobe.* For that ticklintr night cough take I DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN; it's tho' ;test.-<Advt.). i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN FLOUR STOCKS 237,000 TONS HELD FOR BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919

AUSTRALIAN FLOUR STOCKS . 237.000 TONS HELD FOR BRITAIN. MELBOURNE, Sunday, r- Thp flour ¡stocks hold by the four wheat pooling | ¡States of the Commonwealth, on ac- i count of the Imperial Government, ag gregate'237,000 short tons. - I Senator Russell, Minister in Charge I of the Wheat Pool, said to-day that when it was remembered that the ( largest export from the Commonwealth ¡in any one year before tho pool oper ations were tingun, wa3 221,CC0 short I tons, the value to wheat growers and ¡tarnicrs generally of thc present grist '.ing arrangements with the Imperial , Government could he a ppreciatcd, es pecially nt the present time, when .there was such a strong demand fdr offals.

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