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INFLUENZA PLAGUE ONLY FOUR PATIENTS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I INFLUENZA PLAGUE ] Bxi.Y rori: PATIENTS AT SYDNEY. IUîOrnXE, Mnmlav. - It was ...I to-day hr Or. J. S. ftking ? rting Federal Quarantine Direc liat lie lind rereived rallied infor 11 Ur.it tl». Solomon Islands and ll. lu id.'- were now free from in line Sydney riuarantiiie station line only four patients in the hos ten! of six ship-loads of pnssen fce are IT."_ ruiilrets in Fremantle I patients are . dangerously ill, prc ill, nod. '10 ¡ira eos^^est,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ROTOMAHANA DUE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

ROTOMAHAXA DUB TO-UAY. The ss R itomahann Irffc .Melbourne nt norn; yesterday with 219 passengers for Burnie and Devonport. She lins on board also 53 tons of carno and 2 motor cars for Burnie, and 32 tons of cargo for Devonport. The vessel is duo at Rumie this morning, leaving after discharge for Devonport. The re turn trip to the mainland will be made direct from the latter port, The ss Marrawah leave Burnie to night for Melbourno upon tho arrival nf the evening train from Launceston. Iboking is exceptionally heavy. The ss Wainui will call in nt Bur nie to-morrow with passengers. Sho will leave, for. Strahan immediately Upon I landing them.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE UNION VIEW. "NO OFFICIAL RECOGNITION." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

THE UNIOX VIEW. "NO OFFICIAL RECOGNITION." MELBOURNE, JIonday. - As thc ? loongana trouble is regarded by the Seamen's Union as entirely an individ ual matter, no official récognition hav ing been given to tho dispute, it is considered unlikely by that body that tho Federal application for deregistra tion of the union may lead to any ex tension of tho present difficulty.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MEN REFUSE BONUSES. "U.S.S. CO. DOESN'T KEEP PROMISES." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

MEX REFUSE BOXUSES. "TJ.S.S. CO. DOF.SX'T KEEP PROMISES." ' SYDNEY, Monday. - There was no fresh development in the shipping dis pute this morning. The men say that before they will accept any offer tho word "bonus" niust disappear. Mr. Edwards, acting general _ secre tary of the Seamen's Union, said this morning that the terms made by the Union Steamship Company would have been in operation before had it not been that the increase of 35/ was set out as a bonus. "Tho men have re ceived so many promises of bonus money," said Mr. Edwards, "that they will not agree to any more snell «lifers. They have been treated badly in respect of bonuses. They cannot get the payment nf bonuses promised a year aco. That is why the Union Company's terms were not accepted."

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
KILLED WHILE PLOUGHING [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

KILLED WHILE PLOUGHING SYDNEY, Monday. - During a thunderstorm at Camden on Saturday afternoon, Hebert White, while en ! Rased in ploughing his orchard, was j killed by lightning. Thc horses which were attached to thc ploueh were also i killed.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WAGES BOARDS HATES FOU CARPENTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

WAGES BOARDS HATES FOU CARPENTERS. I HOIiAHT, Monday. - The Carpen-' j tors' Trade Wages Board determination ¡has been gazetted. It provides for the award to como into force on Febru jary 1 next. Tile wages of carpcn I ters and joiners arc fixed at ljT- per ¡ hour, and for black work at 1/9} per I nour. The weekly hours aro to bo 47 hours, Si minutes. For laboring work ! the rate is 1.3 per hour; foreman, 1/ j per dav extra. Travelling expenses ¡are lo lie allowed. Xo piecework is al ;h),vod. Apprentices are to start at L- li and finish in the fifth year at 32/6 j per week. I Tl>e l'liiiirmülers' Wages Board met ; to-night to consider thc existing de termination, and the Bricklayers' j Board meets at Hobart on Thursday.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DISEASE IN DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

DISEASE IN EOCS I HOBART, Monday. - Tho Acting {Chief Quarantine Officer for Animals (Mr. Tl. A. Black) has received a .communication from the Director of Quarantine, Melbourne, requesting the attention of the public to the fact that in view of rabies having appeared in Devon and Cornwall, England, tho Federal Government has passed a pro-1 clamation prohibiting importation into Australia of dogs from the United Kingdom and from Kew Zealand.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A BIGAMY CHARGE MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

A BIGAMY CHARGE MAX COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. L-U:XCESTO\V Monday. - At the Police Court to-day Thomas Edward Alexander was committecd for trial on a charge of bigamy-of having on September l l last married Myra Made line Williams, while his former wife. Rubina Wylie, was aliso. Bail was al lowed in ony surety of £50 and two of £25 each.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEVONPORTS WATERWORKS PLANS APPROVED NEED FOR HASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

DEVONPORTS WATERWORKS I PLANS APPROVED , [ NEED FOR HASTE. At yesterday's meeting of the Devon-, port Counci! thc report of the late Enigr.eer-in-Chief (Mr. T. AV. Fowler) was received in roferenco to tho im provements to tho Devonport water supply. Mr. Fowler had visited De vonport and conferred with the War den and water committee, also made inspections and conducted tests. The discharge of tho present compound main between Diprose's and Kelcey's waa 0COQ gallons per haul*, or .230,000 gallons-per-day, as against 8ÖÖ0. gal lons poi- hour mentioned in the over seer's ¿eport.. As tho resistance of the' ball valve and-meter would increase with the square of the discharge, it was evident that full advantage could not he obtained from tho new main until "ii moro satisfactory arrange ment was made of the inlet works to" Kelcey's reservoir. TTe had discussed ?tho question of a 9-inch main through out, nointing out that this would be sufficient for a population of 7000 people, whilst the"...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOT STREET FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

fl nOT STREET FIGHTING. ?ttNÍSTEHDAM, Katunl.iy.-On Fri jSS morning tin- strutnilo ivas fiercely jjp&tii "a i» tl»1 central avenues of Ballin, al-o around the "Vonvnerts" janees, which were scarred with" ma ¿hipe (¡un I.ellet-. Tim Government ${g$ps cleared nu: the Spartaoists fesn Vnter der lauden to the HranñVn IGate nf H-rlin, whn«e fine en es were Iwred hy machine muís. ¡ni ii ]ini;eed¡:i(í aruund the ted und it- fa'o is uncertain. ? Government ha* orçnni^od inili Kuards for tho suburbs which are ..eminent troops while shooting at vspaper office building ignited it, Zurich "n port states that Herr .rn ha« tied towards IWlin. Merlin Government wireless iness s'.et, ; iliai lîadelc is uryina the neuters ta hold on until tho Rús trenos arrive, as the 'Soldiers' il nf ila- Tenth German Anny et tla- ün-.-iiMs tiirnueji. This is n=i<al and untrue, as nn Soldiers' ?il wi!l tolerate tho intervention r.«ian tronos in nov revolutionary i Reich Hank and other hanks opene...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DISORDER EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

Ir.MISTS AT HAY IX Ui'RUX. EXHAOF.X, Saturday. - Re pwcivi'd frnm Amsterdam state m Thursday forions collisions lace between tin- Sparlncusers ie Eliertiti-ä. nt Dortmund, in lidia. The extremists occupied I'.-npl, '- Council at Hesse have I to ^n,\u,n tho Bert Govcrn Tu mty thousand Rrunswick =. anil.irs. iiiul civilians, armed n.icliiiii' ^uns. moved in procos I the Die el 1'alaco, demnnstrat uiii-i tli ' Government. Tile Pro of the Rniiililie addressed the Orators, Mailling tho Govern wealiiieis fur the present chaos. ... have hein fresh Spartacus «liv ic= at Dresden, F.sscn, and Mu V crowd entered the cathedral uieh and de-t roved valuable arti Many women were injured. Independent Socialists at lierlin ?^ret that they left the Govern anil as seeking to return as me rs between tin' Government and aartac us« rs. The . Goverument i-e would ref iii.- meditation un ' Spartacu-'i rs were evicted from «-paper office ami other public Government troops stormed the inerts" buddina, and ca...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RUSSIA AND PEACH COMMITTEE TO WATCH INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I RUSSIA AND PEACH HoMMITTEE TO WATCH IX BB TEHKRTS. Iutfr learns that a central cora v composed of leading Russians la-en lotnied io watch Russian in ;ts at the Peace Conference, re l.viiff, a former Premier of Rus v ill act as President,'ami will bc lori cd by the former Ambassadors i l.iin.luii, I'aris, Rome, Madrid, is esjiected thal M. K.izanolF bign Minister of the "All-Rus V (ioveninieni at Ekaterinndar) Quin the committee as representing uiiiverniiK-nts sitting south of the la^us and Admiral KoltchaVs ad pt ration at Omsk. I Tchailnwski. tho well-known re liiinary hut anti-Iiiiishevik, who is Bieail nf the Archangel fiovern B, has also been invited to join tho mp fommitteo is regarded in well »urd quarter» in Tîritain as a Xa B Coalition which seeks to arrive I common programme for suhmis B'i the Allies for their decision

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BILLJIM'S WIFE 7518 IN BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I Biiunrs WIFE I 7;>1A TV TIP TT A IV I I Anzucs ívhn ur,, nutrrvmg in ii average :>m a month,'nn in > »f 10 1«-, c at. since thc armis I Australians «ho have married (tam nw number 7518,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
OUTRAGING LAWS OF WAR ACTION AGAINST EX-KAISER. RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

OUTRAGING LAWS OF WAR ACTION AGAINST EX-KAISER. RECOMMENDED. LONDON, Sunday. - The British committee which has been reviewing the enemy's breaches of the laws of war has "already investigated 100,000 cases of ill-treatment. It has still to consider 15,000 cases. A sub-commit tee has unanimously decided to recom mend proceedings against the ex-Kai ser.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GERMAN CIVIL WAR GRAPHIC DETAILS OF DISORDER MIDNIGHT BATTLE IN STREETS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I GERMAN CIVIL WAR IKAPIIIC DETAILS OF DISORDER 1DNICHT BATTLE IN STREETi LOMJON', Saturday.-Further de nils have boen received respecting th. ¡vii disorder in Germany. Writing ot nntiury 8, tba corespondent of tilt Daily Express" at Berlin says: "This is no drama. This revolution just a sordid killing every few min tos. I see hand-carts going about il of dead ititd dying. The (Jovcrn eut says th» present state uf affairs n.-t continue for two days, perhaps, indenbiirg will then enter at thc ;ad of troops anil establish order. A Copenhagen newspaper's corre inndent at Merlin, in describing the Oiling which resulted in the Gov nineui victory, states that Ebert's imps on Wednesday beat off tho Spar cusers' attack on tho Foreign Office, ic hattie raged till midnight in iiith-Ka-tern »nd Central Herlin. The ivernincnt troops assisted by aero Imes hoiuhed one railway station, and ity-fivo were killed. Subsequently [?y attacked a station where the irtacuscrs fired on the incoming lin. The...

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

Talco DRAKE'S CÁRBAGHEEX for Coughs and Colds-Ya", Jfffl fiot |«ura rejiof,-(Advtïi ..".'Y. _ BUSINESI NOTICES. WELCOME» THE NEW YEAR !. WELCOME THE NEW YEAR I WELCOME THE NEW YEAR! WELCOME TUE NEW YEAR! "TH ERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING.'* "THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING." "THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING." "THER E'S A GOOD TIME COMING." NEW. BROWNELL'S YEAR SPECIALS. RIG DIG BIG BIG BIG CAMISOLE CAMISOLE OAMISOLE CAMISOLE CAMISOLE WEEK. WEEK. WEEK. WEEK. WEEK. COMMENCING ' TO-DAY AND CONTINUING FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING TO-DAY AND CONTINUING FOR ONE 'WEEK ONLY. COMMENCING TO-DAY AND CONTINUING FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, Brownell's present in Windows and Department a collection of Camisole. -Values tlmt cannot be equalled in Tasmania'.' . .. . FINE QUALITY CALICO CAMISOLES, nicely trimmed Embroidery, -worth 3/9. SPECIAL PRICE 1/11J.. - . ' FINE MADATOLAM CAMISOLES, trimmed Val. Lace, -worth 5/11. SPE CIAL PRICE, 3/0. < FINE MUSLIN CAMISOLES, trimmed fino Embroidery; worth-'6/G. . SPECIAL ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LABOR TOPSY-TURVY [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

T.A Wm TOPSV-TTTRVV Warsaw, Lodz, and other Polish cit-| ios ar« reported to be in a state of virtual anarchy. The rougher element Ls in control, and much firing from rifles has occurred. Xo casualties arc reported. Thc workers have adopted thc habit when they need money of demanding it from their employes, when they meet them in the streets, or of going to their houses, and imprisoning them until they get what they ask. Em ployers have already subscribed n fund of £1,000.000 for laborers who are still unsatisfied, and now demand £'2ö each. Waiters and janitors have gone on strike, and house servants arc expec ted to follow their example. Domes tics now only consent to work if thc mistress washes the dishes, and does tim ntW nnnln-iannf nnrt. nf «in linnea me uuiiT iiiijuL'iisuuL purii 01 mu House hold labors. Waiters aro demanding 15 per cent, and cooks 25 per cent, of tho profits of the hotels and restaurants. Jani tors demand a ten-hour day, and the closing nf the front doors at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SHOWROOM SPECIALS -AT BEATTIES MILLINERY.-Ready-to-Wear Hats, in Saxe, Viens Rose,' Nigger, Navy, Black, Black and White, Green, Mastic, Pink 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, : ¿i :* .. - ' 17/6. ! . . ',"..,/ COSTUMES.-Tussore Palm Beach Coat and Skirt, with:Navy Stripo, Plain" Tussoro Collar and Cuffs, Special at'49/G. " . . '1 - ? . Palm Beach Costume, Sand C olor, with Brown Buttons and Stitchings, Cheap at 67/6. Spart Over Check, Grey Effect, with Sash, nt. 657. Poplin Costumes, in Saxe, -Tussore, Navy, 39/6, 45/, 47/6. . . Ivory Whito Silk, -with Blue Stitchings, at 79/6. ROBES.-Checked Zephyr- Robes, in Saxo and Pink, with Plain Collars and Cuffs, at 27,C, 29/6. White LiaovRobe, Saxe Collar and Buttons, at 37 0 Vieux Ruso Robe, Whito Collar and Cuffs, at 24C>. Pink Check Zephy...

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HOW TO MAKE A GOOD NONPOISONGUS COUGH MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

HOW TO KAEZ A GOOD NON POISONOUS COUOH MEETUBB. To avoid the danjera atteadant up: on the glvins io children of couglt mixtures containing such habit-form ins opium drugs as paregoric, lauda num and morphia parcats will be well advised If they make their own fam ily coush mixture from HEEXZO (re gistered name for Hean's Essence), wiiich ia a compound of non-poison ous herbal extracts, needing only the audition cf warm water and sweet ening to make a most reliable treat ment for chest and throat troubles Kach Lottie of HEEXZO will make a pint of ready-to-usc mixture. A pint of ready-made cough remedies would cost at leant J 2/-. HEEN'ZO costs only 2/- (by po.n, 2/3). and is ob tainable from all leudinc chemists and stores, or direct from G. \V. Hean. X'anufactprin!,' Chemist, ITS Castlc reagh-street, Sydney. .?' n,"J

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAINLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

. MAINLAND MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. - Messrs. Bry ant and Hayes, Sussex st., report: Owing to the small shipment of Tas manians, the market is, firm. Best Brownells and Bismarcks sold at £18; Victorian Pinkeyes, £16; a few locals "from £U to £17. There is every prospect of good rates for tho next week or more, owing to strong export inquiry. Turnips aro selling at £10, their Oeing n cood demand for primo quality.. . Tilinte oats aro scarce "itt from 5/3 to 5'6; Algerians. 4/6 to 4/9. Oaten or wheaten i chaff is very firm from £R.'Ö/ to £8/10.'.- Strawy-to £5 5'. Quotations for pears are'nominal. MELBOURNE, Mondav. - Oats, . i '5; feed. 4/4; maize, 6/C to 6.9; chaff, 137/6"; hay, IfO/; straw, Tas manian, 75/ to SO/; potatoes, 240/ to 200/; onions, 210/ lo 230/.

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