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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
BOYS AT THE FBONT. Those sending to relatives and friends at the front will'find that a tin o£ NAZETHA PASTILES enclosed in tho parcel will be much apprecia ted. NAZETHA is a preparation of tne health-giving properties of trees and plants, and its curative ef fect in coses of Cold, Catarrh, Bron chitis, and all complaints arising from congested air passages is well known to our boys. Owing to its antiseptic properties NAZETHA is of great value in the prevention of Meningitis. NAZETHA in liquid and pastile form is obtainablo from all chemists. Price, 1/0.* (3) , 8HIPPIHC. ¡JJNI0N LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weather and other circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNE- . S.S. ROTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Tuesday, 14th, C a.m.; Thursday, 16th, 6 a.m.; ' Saturday, 18th, 8.30 p.m. From Devonport-Tuesday, 14th, 2 p.m. direct ; Thursday, 16th, 3 p.m., direct j Saturday, 18th, 2 p.m., via Burnie On Tuesday and-Thursday proceeds I from Devonport direct to Melbourne, from Devonport direct to Melbourn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
ASTHMA. An attack of Asthma is a most dis tressing thing, but there is no neces sity for the attack to bo prolonged. A smali quantity of Corvisart's Inhala tion, which may be obtained from any chemist for 2/6. will give quick relief. It is a first-class preparation, and very E°PUlM«* '
BRITAIN'S GENERALS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
BRITAIN'S GENERALS Tho Imperial Government proposes to confer peerages upon Field-Marshal Haig, Admiral Beatty, Generals Bird wood and Allenby, and other command ers who have rendered invaluable ser vice in ,tho Great War, . No ono who believes that.-tho British Empire is worth tho sacrifices its preservation has cost will object to tho bestowal of membership in the House of Lords, the most august House of Parliament iii tho world, on tho mon whose pa triotically devoted gifts of leadership have helped Britain and her Allies to win in Ibo unparalleled struggle. These men have been personally pit ted against the strategists of the Central Powers. German militarism, it was said, was nu incomparable soil for thc growth of unconquerable gen eralship. Germany imagined that if all else failed, tho generalship she possessed would of itself assure thc final victory. Well, all else did fail, and the generalship too. At the end of the fighting it is not tho reputations of the British commande...
HUN EQUIVOCATING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
HUN EQUIVOCATING. PARIS, Tuesday. - Tlie German nrmistice delegate.. Herr Winterfelm, notified tlie Entente representatives at Spa that Germany has resolved to loyally perform the undertaking to restore machinery abstracted from oc cupied territory, and as part of the undertaking to repair material losses, but declines to undertake a detailed settlement, which would "anticipate the peace treaty, tho conclusion where of Germany had repeatedly urged." Tho German 'Government, c'omraent |ing by wireless on/Herr' Winterfelm's note,, gives statistics of the available restornble equipments, and adds ' that a refusal must be made in all the cir cumstances to demand that Germany shall replace machines broken by oth lers, which were essential to German industry, because such a step would bc Ito inaugurate an economic war. which had been depreciated by Dr. Wilson.
BIZARRE CONDITIONS IN BERLIN. CURIOUS INDIFFERENCE TO DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
IBIZARRE COXDTTIOXS IX BERLIN". ICURIOrS IN'mi'ITRKXCE TO IÍLOXnOX. Tuesday.-Tlic corrc iondcnt of tilt! "Dully Chronicle" at >ittenlnm says that thousands of tiieimik llave Hoiked to lVrlin varti pating in tho looting and raiding of mps. They smiled anns hy joining ie Heil (»lianK al-o motor lorries ?hereby or^anUed hands of criminals lrry ont extensive pillage. Despite the street fighting thousands F sightseers gather in the streets and iirriedly (iv when filing is heard, treet hawkers are Incoming aceus jmicd to the fighting, and do not re love their stalls unless the firing Inies eli», when they retire n few inls up the side of the street, re Irniiig as soon as the firing ceases. phNecrs alxi return similarly, and fr simps re-ume business. Organ ïeet. imisiciaiis continue playing ?iii-; the firing, while street beggars main at their posts.
1300 KILLED IN PERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
8 VW KII.I.KD IX PEU MX. IAMSTFTtDAM, Monday.-After a ¡cf nrmsitico on Saturday the Berlin ?eet finhlins was renewed in the weaner quarter, and continued for c ni'tht loin:. Thirteen thousand neminem troups readied Berlin on ?turday, niakiinj a total of -10,000. le Spnrtncusers killed since tho out rak is estimated at KÎC0. including 0 around the ''Vonvnerts' " office. The troops arrested Herr T-cdobourj
PUTTING THE SCREW ON RENEWAL OF THE ARMISTICE STOLEN MACHINERY MUST BE RESTORED. ADDITIONAL SUBMARINES DEMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
PUTTING TIíií SCREW ON RENEWAL OF THE ARMISTICE STOLEN MACHINERY MUST BE RESTORED. ADDITIONAL SUBMARINES I DEMANDED. &lt; PARIS, Tuesday.-At tho meeting I of tho Supremo War Council General Foch reported -that 28,000 prisoners »ere still duo to return from Ger ! many'. Tho Germans had delivered only 19G7 locomotives out of the 5000 stipulated fur. Tho council, there fore, decided that the prolongation of the armistice would only be accorded on new conditions. Tho re-victualling of Germany would be undertaken in return for .acceptance of the new con ditions. - Later the conference again met, nnd laid down tho terms for the armistice renewal. It was stated that the con ditions were based on questions con nected with tho treatment of German shipping^ the surrender of German submarines hitherto under construc tion or repair, the completion of the transfer of railway engines and trans portation material, nnd tho restoration of industrial machinery taken from Allied territories.
TROOPS DISARMED AT LEIPSIG. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
HtoniS WSAiniET) AT LEir.SIO. IAMSTFRDAM. MomI.iv. - Thc 'oi'kiTí' anil Soldiers' Connell at i'i]>^is. reliiM'tl a passive for troops ' train to Ih rlin. on the urotind that ri.- motivos were anti-rvolutionary. r-volutinnary I'olioe attempted to dis m the soldiers and firing on both les caused nvernl deaths. Fventu ly the police were voetor'oir,. Similar leoiinters occurred subsequently on e arrival of other trains, but the imp* were all ilisnrmd at Copen igcn. _
LEAGUE OF NATIONS NOVEL FRENCH PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
LEAGUE; OF NATIONS NOVEL FRENCH PROPOSAL. PARIS, Tuesday. - A prominent member of tho French Cabinet, M. Bourgeois, when interviewed as a rep resentative of France on tho League of Nations Committee, said that the com mittee is urging the Government, be fore opening the Peace Conference, t.-> ask thc Allies to make a solemn declaration that they will maintain a league among themselves hencefor ward and forever. Obligations must hs inserted on tho peace treaty whereby the nations' assent to compulsory ar bitration and tho limitation of arma ments should bo secured. A universal conference should be convoked imme diately peace is signed to determine tho titles atid guarantees of all other States regarding their admission to the league. _ _...
THE EXCHANGE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
? THF. EXCHANGE PROBLEM. VASHINGTON", Tuesday. - The Al i are discusing the possibility of ming a colil trust fund, to be de nied in tho Hunk of England. Tho ^cr: is to eliminate tlie necessity for pping l-'olil between the two coim es as the exchange varies. It is CX Hed that mcmliers of the Paris Peace pference will discuss the. scheme.
AMERICAN STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
'AMERICAN STATEMENT. XEW YORK, Tuesday. - It is | stated liere that a, similar memoran- . dum to that disclosed by the French paper "Humanité'' Trna presented by Great Britain to the .American repre sentatives at Paris. It was only ex pected that similar proposals wonld be presontcd to tho French authorities. The latest report indicates that no difficulty will be found in Teaching n decision respecting tho Russian Bolshe viks. A semi-official exchange of views revealed n general agreement vrith the Pichón stand-point.
FIERCE CIVIL WAR EXTREMISTS' LOSING BATTLE NEWSPAPER OFFICE BOMBARGED [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
Ï FIERCE CiVíL WAR ' EXTREMISTS' LOSING BATTLK . NEWSPAPER 0?F!CE BOMBARDED COPENHAGEN", Tuesday. - Capt. Noske, «lio was in command of foin regiments and man'- volunteers recap tured the greater part of Spandau, líe also captured Herr Shutt, a Spartacus, lemlrr. Tlic "Frankfurter Zeitung" state* tliat the Spartacusers barricaded thc "'Vorwacrts'' with large reels of paper and posted inachinu guns behind them. They also posted machine guns at tho windows. The Government's artillery demolished part of the front of the building, burying sonn of the defenders under the debris. Others fluttered handkerchiefs or white paper from tho windows proclaiming their surrender. Three hundred were captured.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
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GERMAN BOLSHEVIK METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
BERMAN HOLSHF.VIIC METHODS. CnPF.XHAOEX. Monday.-It is re torted that the British troops occu licd Dusseldorf when- the Bolsheviks lad seized i/nivr. Tho Mayor and 150 itrzcr.s aad officials of the tov ti had lcd to (-«.ipo imprisonment. A Bol lien!; dictai or namoi Cohcl, who bo oro the ivar carried on a typical ¡orman matrimonial aponcy, and fled i Holland tn avoid military service, ns tito head nf thc movement, asso rtiert with i Russian «ornan named purs'ain. who was intermediary for ie di-trümtlon nf Russian Bolshevist rney itsrd io promote anarchy. Collei ld Vuei'stnia «menert the prison and t out 17&lt;> (riininals. wh;> occupied the »lice station*. The town guard, num irini; I A-1, which crime into existence , N'ovcmher i-' entirely U.ilshvist and i sympathy ivjth the dictator.
THE UNKNOWN CURE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
THE UNKNOWN CURE , A mysterious new remedy, entitled "Whisky," has been discovered in the United States of'America,, whereat is said to be of wonderful efficacy in eases of influenza. Nb particulars aré given of tho hstiiri of ''Whisky," but there aíé indications that it is either a lini ment or a plaster. Possibly it is put up in both forms, and there may even bo others. Thç origin of the strange and outlandish name is not stated, but it is believed to have relation to the Indian word for a root , discovered among the rocks of tho Rocky Moun tains by tho old nurse of ' George Washington. Among the "tesimon ials" arc tho following!- * . "After taking fifteen bottles I felt distinctly better. Pienso send three dozen more.-Sincerely, Harrison K. Grogblossom." . &lt; ? _ "Matchless for 'tho complexion. Birdio Tsvarigvoico) acknowledged Quoin of Revue." "My beautiful curly hair and daa iline teeth aro entirely due to 'Wasley.'-Mamie Cuwllclfjootr., ack nowledged Queen of Ragtime...