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WAR TO END WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

WAR TO END WAR. Even in their censored form the re- ports of the proceedings of the Peace Conference which is shortly to assemble are likely to prove vastly interesting reading, for there are many indications that the Allied belligerents do not alto- gether see eye to eye. They may agree upon the main principles of the peace settlement, but this is a vastly differ- ent thing to agreeing upon all the details of the practical application of those principles. President Wilson's tour through Europe has made it tran- sparently plain that America's ideals, as enunciated by the President, centre upon the abolition of future war. This aim the President has made paramount over all others, and in the present state of war weariness, people the world over will hasten to acclaim him, not only as the peacemaker, but as the war destroyer. "This war," they will say, "was a war to end war. Let us see that it is so." President Wilson has summed the position up thus: If the war which has just been con...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

  WYNYARD.   Council Meeting. - The monthly     meeting of the Table Cape Council will   be held on Tuesday.   District Schools.- The Hon. J. Bel- ton, M.H.A., has been interesting him- self in regard to school matters in the   Table Cape district, and in response to   his inquiries and requests has received     the following information:- "The Min- ister has approved of a provisional   school being opened at Preolenna in a     room to be provided by Mr. Kaine.     The Lapoinya school was closed in Sep-   tember last, when the teacher resign-   ed. As the attendance has fallen be- low the required minimum, a subsidis-   ed school would he approved if the resi-   dents nominate a teacher. So far as   the department is aware ther...

Publication Title: Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

Jones' I.X.L. Canned Fruits are of unrivalled quality. Made from freshest fruit and purest cane sugar. LADIES! Velvet Soap must be best; nine in every dozen use it." Farmers! SOW TEFF GRASS TEFF'S PLENTIFUL SUPPLY FINEST SUMMER FODDER, iii Farmers declare Brunnings Teff produces finest Sum- mer fodder either for Grazing or Hay. Can be cut 8 to 10 weeks after seeding.   (F. H. Brunning Pty., Ltd.). Everything for the Farm.   ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE Among the hosts of Ridd users through the Commonwealth are to be found a great array     .of dairy farmers who have had some com-   petitive milking machine converted into an up-to date Ridd. Users of competitive machines every- where are realising that whilst they are always having trouble with their machines the Ridd is silently and honestly working-giving satisfaction and delight to the user. Consequently we are continually being asked for quotations to convert some co...

Publication Title: Advocate
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CARE OF SOLDIERS GRAVES WHAT IS BEING DONES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

CARE OF SOLDIERS GRAVES. WHAT IS BEING DONE? Recognising that the maintenance of the graves f' Australian soldiers who have fallen in the present war is a sacred obligation upon the Common- wealth, the minister for Defence (Sen- ator Pearce), on behalf of the Federal Ministry has kept himself fully infor- med of the action taken by the respon- sible military authorities in connection   with the correct identification, mark-   ing, and registration of the graves in   the various theatres of operation. In the conditions of war, he said the oth- er day, it was inevitable that, a num- ber of the graves could never be loca- ted; nor had it been possible, during the progress of hostilities, to do much more than register the position of graves ,and to see that they were tem- porarily marked with durable wooden crosses, bearing a metal inscription, with the name, number, rank, regi- ment, and date of death. Wherever   possible, photographs...

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The Advocate. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919. THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

THE ADVOCATE. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL SATURDAY. JANUARY,1919. THE PUBLIC HEALTH. One of the marked features of pre- sent-day civilisation is the greatly in- creased amount of attention given to public health, both publicly and pri- vately. A few generations ago, when the sciences of physiology and patho-   logy were non-existent, the general attitude towards health was one of Turkish fatalism. Ill-health was sup- posed to be an evil that attacked man from without, so that health came to be looked upon as a lucky immunity from disease which ought to be used for purposes of reckless license while it was enjoyed, because the evil time might any day begin when the evil spirit would turn a man's meat and drink to poison. The idea that poisonous victuals might in time generate disease was held by only an occasional wise man here and there who believed at the same time that the will, or the soul, was quite incom- petent to hold the fleshly appetites in check. We of this generation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

Mistress (who pr¡des herrself on eco- nomy):- "I wish you would be more careful Bridge t- you have your thumb in the soup." Bridget (in a temper): ""Well wan' if Oi hev, mum, sure it's the only bit of mate as was put into it." Take DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and Colds - You will get sure relief _ (Advt).

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GENERAL CABLES GERMANS IN ENGLISH JOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

--:- ll GENERAL CABLES GERMANS IN ENGLISH JOBS. LONDON, Thursday. - Sir J. Nor- ton Griffiths has addressed an urgent message to Mr. Lloyd George, protest- ing that a number of Germans who were interned in August have now been released and allowed to re-estab- lish businesses in Britain. He demands that all interned aliens bo repatriated at once, and that Englishmen be given   a chance of employment.

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BARS TO DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

BARS TO DISTINGUISHED CON-   DUCT MEDAL. Australian Infantry.- Sergt.-Major J. M'Cash, Sergt. Collett. Distinglished Conduct Medals are awarded to 60 Australians and 17   New Zealanders. O.B.E (Air Force).- Colonel R. R. Muecke.  

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THE FOURTH CARRIAGE MORE HAIG STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

THE FOURTH CARRIAGE - MORE HAIG STORIES. A London cable states that the ''Sat-     urday Review," without mentioning     the King's name, intimates that his       Majesty vetoed the plans for having     Fîeld-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig in     London when Marshal Foch and M.   Clemenceau recently attended the War Cabinet conference. The article says: - "The genuine warmth of Sir Douglas Haig's greeting must have made him smile inwardly at the proposal recently inviting him to drive in the fourth carriage of Foch's procession, behind the Italian repre- sentatives, Daron Sonino and Signor Orlando. "Of course, Field-Marshal Haig, as a loyal soldier, was ready to run after the tenth carriage, if ordered by the War Council. "Happily, a very august person then in France, vetoed the arrangement, which probably would have provoked a riot. "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

STOMACH " tas. "Ma causo of son '' causing pain ¿trir.il, or mi- s'-Magnesia Com acidity, clears out othes and setU^ ' makes you fed at all chemists for Hatton and Laws, , "" Aksolute NV«nliy. <!uTi!,lie] ? »n wnuU en iy coolness d kr'Ä yThe d"Komloï» ol «ai Freight «jTfcr'lQ/' you CAA obtain a well tailoreayS ling lui!, cnlirely in keeping with your 1 Weather needs- made in neat striped plain grey Sefton Goths- comprising; garments, coat featuring strap l>a< ' patch pockets ; trousers with cu/í b For »heer downright value, nolhing t< thia »u:t at 30. - is buyable anywhere Australia. IO per cent, discount l< ~ Soldiers ts allowed on this line., article we stoci. POS I YOUR Olj LINCOLN, STUART fly. Ltd. Flinders Street, Melbfl HANCOOK & RAY|(Í0ND 1 BAY VIEW CARACE SAY VIEW CARACE NORTH-WESTERN AGENT THE MOST UELIABLE AND ECONOMICAL C Car Buyers, get in touch with us for a SECOND-HAND GARS, ALL MAKES WE CAP RY THE URGEST STOCKS OF...

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[?]GFORD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

". . j:' MEETING. , Im PX (ommittce of the reorganis V lt » "^;<1 Club -were greatly de- li ,M '""''i 'he pronounced success of tin- w-m !tir.i on ycffir Year's Day, and not on«.y ;,Jthe hoVíiny fijttnre j¡kcly Il ii."--I jT-f-'pblished on a firmer basis Jl JL ¿r' í1"* 't 's highly probable that ,n": ^'j«if ! Jigs will bc held during the "."^".?J lae club would no doubt like ;HMv^ its November holiday. Tho r-'l'Ml1 two ß00(l tro's made al] the 'e-'^B 'Io 'no meeting, and as jnst pn,,T"BB ras invested on these two ' BH r showed a handsome profit. Ü^H ic altogether should show a J-A\m\ l^10 or moro . Finc sP°rt * All 'K^' cxc<>pt for the disas

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THE NEW[?]THAM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

THE NE\V>{ mi)l MEETING. . Though a^par wai anticipated on Suturday, ii prise to find ll: BBOossful than I tb» club's Cup feator ret (ir iii only ona Cup Hurdle was h' «rs in R.D.T. Wishful bad r¡ lumping. Jfi.-' R.D.T. at th. pace stood te stickily, and nuanced soi ri: ed up iu thc won tho ll ig! si« with You: Stone repics. : Tim la.t-nar.i. In« ground i JJinniciincer form. Thc good field, quite a sonsa of Earistinc. ran away am! which, of re- cord. Silv and Warnofoi Bretty sure u rmis«a was !:it than showed v classy mare, h ii that great maiv enly four year? ftlinkor. Sh.' i¿ piny. She h appearance sin' dara's stable. M'Gladery, Lan W. Claro. It i won easily, but margin to spar, lng out and U natural to sup; hara gone mm I may not s'ay ; still ls hor.'ld costón Cup^ .T mission, ntid Steeple wrj warri, fan ' rery well Thoush c; race h rea, ond the ! way lost running ( and the.« just cn.it ,paz, w a . place, itical lauron! winn Aulñrly good meeting bv thc Newnham club 'still came...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR, AI'KAY, SAMPSON, & M'KINLAY. M'KAY, SAMPSON, & M'KINLAY. M'KAY. SAMPSON. & M'KINLAY. WE MAKE A E MAKE A SPECIAL PECIAL NEW YEAR OFFER TO-DAY -Don't Miss Seeing These Goodsl« -Don't Miss Seeing These Goods -Don't. Miss Seeing These Goods Ci0T : 1- ' ' i 12 ONLY-LADIES' WHITE ORGANDI BLOUSES. Usual Price, 4/11. . TO-DAY'S NEW ; YEAR PRICE -? _ 2/11 r 2 18 ONLY-LADIES' OR GANDI MUSLIN BLOUSES. IN WHITE, SKY. PINK. WITH SELF AND COLORED STITCHINGS. Usual Prices, . 8/11, 9/11, 12/6,14/6. TO-DAY'S NEW YEAR PRICE - 4/11 iM 3 12 ONLY-LADIES' WHITE ORGANDI MUSLIN BLOUSES. ALL BEAUTI- FULLY EMBROIDERED AND SPOKE-STITOHtED, WITH SELF AND FANCY COLORS. Usual Prices, 18/6, 21/, 24/6, 25/6. I TO-DAY'S NEW YEAR PRICE 8/11 M'KAY, ßAMPSON&M'KINLAY'S, M'KAYi PAMPSON&M'KINLAY'S, M'KAY, SAMPSON & M'KINLAY'S, BEST FOR NEW YEAR SPECIALS, BEST FOR NEW YEAR SPECIALS, DEVONPORT.

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NORTH-WESTERN NEWS LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

NORTH-WESTERN NEWS LATROBE. Y.M.C.A.-Tho hon. treasurer of the Y.M.C.A. (Rev. V. G. Britton) desires to acknowledge the receipt of the fol- lowing amounts:-Per MissesRichards, Ifi/: Miss Jowett, 14/;'donhtfobJMrvC. ?Walker, 4/; total, £1/16/.; '? Theso amounts are' in connection with the £200 allotted as the Latrobe ; quota (special-donation) for 1919, to ¡be-.col- lected during January a"nd February. Of the £200. over .£70 is in hand, and it is expected that tho full amount re- quired will be reached.

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OURANG-OUTANG RECOVERS VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

OURANG-OUTANG RECOVERS   VOICE. The cage of Mollie, tho ourang-outang   at the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne, was rescued before she received much   injury from the recent fire in her cage. As the result of the fright received by the animal, she found her voice, after having been dumb for about 14 years.  

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BRITAIN'S GREAT ELECTION EPOCH-MARKING EVENT. PARTIES AND POLICIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

BRITAIN'S GREAT ELECTION EPOCH-MARKING EVENT. PARTIES AND POLICIES. The general elections in Britain must rank as the most momentous in the history of the mother of Parliaments. Greater and more intricate problems than any that ever previously confront- ed the Emipire have to be solved, and many of them solved quickly, by the party returned to power. Legislation passed last year increased the number of members of the House of Commons from 670 to 707. The fran- chise was greatly liberalised, embracing all civilian male adults over the age of 21 years, the age limit being reduced to 19 in the case of soldiers. The vote was also given to women over 30 years of age who paid rates, and there were several women candidates in the field. The new electors totalled near- ly 8,000,000. Tho delay in making known the results was due to record- ing the votes of the soldiers and sail- ors, and to the period of eight days allowed for the return of postal votes. When Parliament was dissolved the Coa...

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BRITISHERS HUMILIATED STRIPPED BEFORE GERMANS. RETURNED PRISONERS' STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

BRITISHERS HUMILIATED   STRIPPED BEFORE GERMANS. RETURNED PRISONERS' STORIES. LONDON, Thursday.-Among those recently repatriated is Lieut. C. Fitz-   gerald, of the 19th Batt. He made   half a dozen unsuccessful attempts to escape, once with Captain Nott, who   got safely away. Lieut. Fitzgerald ag-   gregated 90 days' solitary confinement   for these attempts. Once he was   roughly beaten by soldiers and civil- ians when recaptured. Lieut. Fizgerald relates how Nieme- yer, of Holzminden Camp, caused some   British officers to be stripped in front   of and paraded belofe German sol- diers, Niemeyer personally reviling the   prisones the while. Several repatriated officers, when     the armistice was signed, volunteered   to assist in clearing the prisoners from the larger German camps. Lieut. C. McLean, of the 16th B...

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"RAISING HELL" SINN FEIN'S PROGRAMME. WILL SIT IN COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

"RAISING HELL"   SINN FEIN'S PROGRAMME. WILL SIT IN COMMONS. LONDON, Thursday. - A Sinn Fein   member states that if the Peace   Congress does not establish Ireland's independence, the Sinn Feiners will at- tend the House of Commons sittings   and "raise hell." Owing to Mr. J. Dillon's defeat, the re-elected Nationalists will probably   resign, allowing Sinn Feiners to re- place them.   Correspondents point out that the Countess Markeivicz, being the Irish wife of an unnaturalised Pole, is not a British subject, and cannot bo elec- ted to sit in Parliament. Count Plunkett has been released.

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CROPS AND MARKETS. TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

CROPS AND MARKETS     TASMANIAN MARKETS. DEVONPORT. - There has been interest in anything but potatoes this week, owing to there being no direct boat for Sydney. Potatoes have sold well owing to the demand in the other States, and from Devonport and ad- joining stations 2600 bags were sent to Hobart for the Westralia yesterday and the Oonah to-day. Locally up to £16 was paid yesterday. It is expec- ted that Sydney will open at £20.   BURNIE. - The uncertainty of the arrival of a Sydney boat has had a bad effect upon the produce market. Yes- terday, deliveries totalled only 25 bags of potatoes. There are now well over 1000 bags upon the wharf awaiting shipment for Sydney. The Rotom- hana will to-day take a consignment for transhipment to Sydney. The market yesterday opened at £15 per ton, but this was hard to get later, and the ruling prices at the close were from £14 to £14'10/. ULVERSTONE. - The notification that no Sydney boat would leave De-...

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PEACE CONFERENCE BRITISH DELEGATES CONGRESS MEETS JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

PEACE CONFERENCE | BRITISH DELEGATES CONGRESS MEETS JANUARY 13.   LONDON, Thursday. The British   delegates to the Peace Conference will be:- Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. Balfour, Mr. Bonar Law, Lord Hardinge and the head officers of the Foreign Office. Lord Robert Cecil is going to Paris   in connection with the League of Na- tions. The probable conference date will be January 13.  

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