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TELEGRAPHIC CODE ADDRESSES ABBREVIATIONS ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

TELEGRAPHIC CODE ADDRESSES ABBREVIATIONS ALLOWED. I Tho Deputy l'ostmaster-fieneral no tifies as under: The Defence Department advises that the prohilition of tho use of ab breviated fable addresses, registered since July. 1911, is withdrawn, and such addresses will be admitted in all telegrams in which registered address es may be used. New addresses will be registered in the United Kingdom for persons or firms for whom an ad dress is not already registered, and there is no censorship objection to adoption of similar course in British territory abroad. No alteration will be made for the present in countries between which the use of registered addresses is not permitted, or in the regulation which prevents the use of a registered address as a signature ,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IMPORTANT SUBJECTS. STATUS OF SMALL NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

IMPORTANT SUBJECTS. STATUS OF SMALL NATIONS. l'AHls, .Monday. - A conference to day of tho Supreme War Council dîs : cussed the question of sending mili tary assistance to Poland. The inter Allied High Command considers that two Polish divisions which will be sent should support the Allied detachment, enabling them to hold tho Danzig Thorn railway. American opinion is that if Toland needs more support, they «ill be willing to send an American army corps. There is some, uncertainty concerning iRoumnnia's status. She entered the war on a promise of territorial gains, which apparently canpot now stand in tho light of Dr. Wilson's points, which had been accepted ns a basis of the armistice. The Treaty of Bucharest also raises a difficulty, but it is Tin likely that Ronmnnïa's acceptance thereof viii be regarded as the termin ation of Bonmania's role as an ally. Tho conference is also obliged-to decido exactly the status of ft new Serbia, which is supposed now to include Mnn teuegro, hut...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THREE HOURS' DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

THREE HOURS' DISCUSSION. " PARIS, Monday. - Sunday's ses sion of the War Council began at 2.30 p.m. Tho armistice discussion occu pied three hours. Tho discussion on the conference preliminaries lasted an hour. The conference resumed this afternoon. Among to-day's tonics will bo the status of the British Dominions. It is not anticipated that any objection will be taken to tho British Government view. Questions anent the censorship j question will also arise.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NO BOLSHEVIKS NEED APPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

NO BOLSHEVIKS NEED APPLY. PARIS. Tuesday. - "Humanitie's" unautlioriscd announcement ns to diver gencies between Britain and Prance regarding the admission of Bolshevik delegates at the conference has .arous ed intenso interest. There is much com ment, and the opinion in France is strongly opposed to admitting the Bolsheviks.

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DOMNINION REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

DOMXIXIOX REPRESENTA TION. PARIS, Tuesday. - An important point in regard t» procedure at the Peaco Confcronee has been settled. Two delegates each are to be allowed to Australia, Canada, South Africa, and India, and one each to Newfoundland nnd New Zealand. But each country is to bc allowed only ono vote.

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MEASURES FOR FEEDING EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

MEASURES FOR FEEDING EUROPE .PAMS, Tuesday.-The first meeting of the Allies' Supremo Council for sup ply and relief to-day established a secretariat and discussed the financial aspects of measures for feeding Europe.

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FRENCH DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

FRENCH DETERMINATION. T.OXnOX, Tuesday.-Tho Paris cor respondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says there is much astonishment at "Humanité,'"- despite the strict cen sorship, being able to publish the text nf a diplomatic document showing that tho RritLsh Government suggested to the Allies that nil Governments of Rus sia (including tho Bolshevist, tho vari ous anti-Bolshivist Governments, and all other Governments constituted by the different Russian nationalities) should bo invited to stop hostilities, arrange peace among themselves, and send delegates to the Paris Peace Con ference. M. Richon renücd to the suggestion as follows:-"Wa cannot havo any as sociation with the representatives of blood-stained tyranny."

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[?]ENCH TAXATION PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

BENTH TAXATION* PROPOSAL. IA li IS, Tuesday .-Tho Government l 'aplatis imposing n, tax on capi Miuniiilated during the war; and a tax on tile dividends of coraraer and industrial firms.

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MURDERED BY HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

H MnîDF.Rr.D HY HIS AVtFE. IKW YOHK, Tuesday. - A ilomcs tragody is hoing featured in the the victim bein« Jaques Loban illo famous French explorer, who shot hy his wife, tho wound prov fatal.

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DELEGATES MEET PROCEDURE DISCUSSED FORMAL CONFERENCE ON JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

DELEGATES MEET PROCEDURE DISCUSSED FORMAL CONFERENCE ON JANUARY 18. LOXDON, Monday. - A Press ¡íoresiu communication from Paris states tlint the British Imperial Dcle wtion .consisting of the British anr ¡).imiuíon Jiuustcrs, nntl Indian dele ,;utes, met. this morning and discussec i :everni matters connected with thc Peace Conference. ' Later an informal general confer ence was held which exchanged views regarding procedure and other matters connected with tho Peace Conference, rt was decided to hold tho first for mal meeting of tho preliminary Inter Allicd Conference on January 18.

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ABDICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

H ABDICATION. ILMSTTODAM. Tuesday.-The abdi ion of tlie (¡rand Duchess of Luxem K is expected to take placo immedi ly. lt is her intention to retire and î jirjvately ia JJavariiti

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WESLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

WE8LEY VALE. I Qualifying Exams.-Mr. E. D. Kelly, 1 the head teacher of the local State I School, has been warmly Complimented , ' on the results shown by' Iiis pupils in .the recent - qualifying examinations.] Out of 15 who went up, nine passed, j (The figures are very creditable to all concerned. ? . ,

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DROUCHT IN NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

DROUCHT IN NEW SOUTH WALES A Syndey journal" reports that the wheat crop is being harvested in ideal weather, and the sample of grain is of tho best-in sharp contrast to that of the past two years. But that is no consolation to the farmers whoso crops have failed, and their name is legion. The whole crop equals only two ecvenths of that garnered by New South Wales three years ago-which alone means £10,000,000 less in produc tion. The reports coming to hand from farmers in need of assistance indicate only too 'plainly that successive crop failures will inevitably drive many hun dred moro wheat-growers out of tho in .dnstry this season unless unusual means of tiding them over are provided. The dairying districts have been fav ored by showers in parts, but as a whole they are having a bad time, though not so disastrous as in 1914-15. Tho scarcity and dearness of fruit is à sufficient index to the seasonal ad versities that are pressing upon the orchardist. Tho bright spots in the fruit...

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NORTH-WESTERN NEWS SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

NORTH-WESTERN NEWS BHEFFIELO, About a Bull. - Somo mild excite ment was caused on Tuesday aiternoou in thc JIain street after the stock salo was concluded. A bull which was be ing driven from the yards proved rath er stubborn, and resisted all efforts to proceed in the required direction. Sev eral of the shop fronts appeared to have ii great attraction for the beast, and it was only after considerable ''shooing," shouting, whip-cracking, etc., that he was eventually turned on the right road. Fortunately tho ani mal was good-tempered enough to with stand the attentions of so many follow ers, and no damage resulted.

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TWO PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

TWO PENSIONS. I Before tho 1918 session of the Federal j Parliament closed, that body, in its wisdom¿ decided to grant the Chief Jus-1 tice of Australia (Sir Samuel Griffith) 1 a retiring allowance of £1750 per an- | num. The Chief Justice, during his | I period of judicial service, extending i over 35 years, has received about | £82,000 in salary. In round figures, he j has received £70 per week, in addition to his share of the £5000 per annum divided amongst judges to cover ex penses. Yesterday, the invalid pension which had been coming to Mrs. E. L. Hayes, of Burnie, for some months, was with drawn. Mrs. Hayes has been totally blind for 13 years. Her husband died three months ago from miners' disease. Mrs. Hayes is left with two children to provide for, the eldest being but 12 years of age. Some time before her husband's deatli Mrs. Hayes applied for and received an invalid pension of 17/ per fortnight, or S'C per week. Tho department has found that Mrs. Hayes has £282 in.the ban...

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BUHNIE. ARRIVAL.—January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

Bunnie. ' .'ARRIVAI/-January 15. ?Wainui, ts, {rom Melbourne. Passen- ! gers:-Mesdames M'Donald and child, Cairns, i'orsaith, Hortin. Reid, Traf- ' ¡tord , and M'Hae; Misses" Garland (2), , (Cairns, Connell, Kellian, Gabriel, Clay- | ton, Pilley, and Graham; Messrs. ' (Chapman , Woodhead, Rogers, Bill lüouso, Fysh, M'Donald, Forsaith, popper and 2 children, Bond, Heath, j spurling, Jenkins, Carotte, Peebles, j . Campbell, Douglas, Barker, Morley, j May, Keines, O'Brien, Brosnan, Hill, , Kcays, and Cameron; and IO steerage, j

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SHIPPING. DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

DEVONPORT. Ttotomahann, ss, from Melbourne via Burnie, is due at Devonport this ?morning. She is timed to sail at J* .p.m.-for .Melbourne direct. Koonya, SH, is expected back from JBiimie to-day tu complete her loading iof produce for Sydney. Departure is' to be taken this evening. Marrawah, ss, is to leave -Melbourne «on Saturday afternoon for Devonport yin the usual Coastal ports, and should reach here on Monday.

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PROHIBITION IN AMERICA SOME RECENT FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

PROHIBITION IN AMERICA | SOME RECENT FIGURES. Mr. James Marion, general secretary, New South Wales Alliance, writes that by tho last American mail the results or several important prohibition con tests in U.S.A. on November 5 were re ceived. He says that it is now beyond sdi doubt that tho Constitutional Pro hibition Amendment will bo ratified, and that tho whole union will go "bone dry" next year. . x. Stato prohibition was carriál:'in Ohio, Florida, Wyoming, and Nevada. Ohio has Leen tho storm centre of fotir State-wide contests since 1014, and an indication of the progress made can bo gauged from the fullowing results: 1914, majority against, S4,152; 1915, 65,408; 191", 1135; 1018, majority for, i'4,719. , Utah, whero constitutional prohibi tion was rejected last year by a narrow majority, but has legislativo prohibi tion, carried tho "dry" issue on Nov ember 5. Chief interest rested in tho elections of the State legislatures. Be fore the American Constitution can in clude prohib...

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DEPARTURE.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

DEPARTURE.-Jnnunry 14. ! Koonya, ss, 1091 tons, P. L. Moly neaur, for Sydney. Thc ss Koonya left Ournie last night ?.. with a cargo of produce far Sydney. Tlie ss Marrawah leaves Melbourne on Saturday on her usual weekly trip to Coast ports. She is duo here on Monday morning. Tho ss Wainui called in yesterday evening shortly after 7 o'clock, and after landing 50 passengers from Mel bourne, proceeded on her way to Strahan. ' , " The ss Potomnhana is due here this morning with passengers and cargo from McIbonrm>, After discharge, she leaves for Devonport, tho return trip being made direct from that port during -this afternoon.

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MAINLAND MARKETS. POTATOES VERY FIRM AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919

MAINLAND MARKETS. POTATOES VERY FIRM AT SYDNEY. SYDNEY, "Wednesday. - Bryant and Hayes Teport:-The potato mar ket is very finn at present. Spot stocks are light, but Victorian Pinkeyes and Carmens are offering at from £10 to "£11 aboard ship. Anticipate a heavy .'. ? shipment from there onMonday. To-day Pinkeyes were worth £19. It is quito unlikely these rates can hold next week. Turnips are selling at £10; pood supplies available via Melbourne. No change to report in chaff or oats; the market is finn for these lines. The weather is unsettled, and this mil possibly canso an easier feeling later. Straw. £5 to £5/5.'. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, - Oats, 4/5 to 4/6: feed, 4/3; maize, 6/9 to 7/; chaff, 140/; hay, 150/; potatoes, 200/ to 220/; onions,'200/.

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