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FRANGE AND AUSTRALIA APPRECIATION OF THE DIGCERS' WORK. WARM TRIBUTE TO MR. HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
FRANGE AND AUSTRALIA ; APPRECIATION OF THE DIGCERS' WORK. J WARM TRIBUTE TO MR. j HUGHES. PAMS, Friday. - M. Pichón has'1 mado ¡1 statement to the Australian j Press representatives to the effect that the inclusion of Australian representatives at the Peace Confer ence has gratified tho French nation, which was keenly appreciative of Aus tralia's part in tho war and Mr. linches' warm support. The latter's rdvocacy of a war policy and his clear demands for a inst peace had won ererv Frenchman'* admiration. Tile nation rcr/arded Ir's presencn nt the Peace Conference ns an acquisition to the Allied cause.
THE BERLIN RIOIS HOW ORDER WAS RESTORED DEFEAT OF THE EXTREMISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
m mm MOIS HOW ORDgit WAS RESTORED DEFEAT OF THE EXTREMISTS. LGXDCOí, Friday. - A wireless re port frum berlin states that before ihe ¿partacusers »ere routed they captur ed tho Rusaian Ëmbas&y and fired on thu Out eminent troops at the Hotel UlHol, killing 70. The Spartacus disturbances were put down on January 12, with the storm ing of the Police Presidency and the Silesinn railway station. The bom bardment of thc Presidency began on Saturday night, first with machine gnus and then with artillery. After tn only-five shots the building was sil enced, fl renado parties advanced through an underground passage and blew up the main entrance and occupi ed the building, imprisnning~-150. The iSpartncttscrs lust V2 killed and 30 woun ded. The Silesian raliway station was occupied after a short engagement, mid prisoners were made of the garrí yon. Herr Ellhorn, the Communist leader, fled. The Daimler and other works near Rerlin were liberated, fol lowing which a large procession of ...
LIFE UNSAFE IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
UFE UNSAFE IN BERLIN. Ï.OXDON", Friilay.-Tho correspon dent of the "Dailv Express" at Der im says that notwithstanding tho re cent events many theatres are still open, ami are attended hy men and women in evening dress. Parts of the city are qnite normal. The street cleaners are working. «nd the offices are open, but life is nowhere safe. Many men have pet machine guns, and start battles on their own account. The "??irish Embassy is untenable, and t! Ked Cross workers and Re patriation Committee have been for-. ced tn abandmi the building. ! Hindenburg has been 'appointed to conduct the defence of the eastern frontier. ,
DR, LIEBNECHT SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
T)li. MF.HXECHT SHOT DTCAD. ZURICH, Friday. - A Berlin report states that Dr. Liebnec-ht was arrested and attempted to escape from the enan] conveying him to the Rerlin Po lice Station, hut was shot dead. An in furiated crowd attempted to lynch Frau Rosa Luxembourg while the guards were motoring lier to tfie prison. An assailant boarded the car and shot lier dead.
SATURDAY'S RACES RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
SATURDAY'S RACES "ICHMOND. I MELBOURNE, Saturday.-A race 'meeting was held at Richmond this afternoon. Results of the chief event: RICHMOND £500. First' Division. Simpitrol, 8.5 ... ... 1 . iànrcm, 9.5. ..«..«.. 2 Maori Mat. 9.4.... ,. 3 I "Won hy four lengths; with ; threo lengths between , the second and third. Time, linin. 39sec: Betting: 7 to 1 against Simpitrol. . 1 Second Division. Drewy, 9.10 . .... ... 1 ? Muusquetterie, 8.9 ... ... 2 Springlike. 8.0 .... 3 . Won by n head, with a length be tween thc.'second and third. Time, ¡lmin. SSJsec. Betting: 8 to 1 against Drewy. ? ' -J Third Division. " Footspring, 9.2 ... . 1 Black Steel, 8.4. ... ... 2 Dowio, 8.9 ... . ... ... . 3 I Won by half n length, ' with two lengths between the second and third. Time, lmin. 40scc. Betting: 3 to 1 against Footspring. j ' Fourth Division. . Piuk Lady, 8.9. ... ... 1 ' Autolastie, 8.3. ;'.. ... 2 Tachrect, 8.9 . ... 3 j Time. lmin. 42sec- Betting: 7 to 1 against Fink Lady.
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE MINISTERS AND MINING MEN. NO INFORMATION FOR THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE MINISTERS AND MINING MEN*. ¡ NO INFORMATION FOR THE I PRESS. HOBART, Sundny.-An important conference lina been sitting for two days between Ministers and Messrs. Baillien and Gcpp. of the Electrolytic Zinc Co.. and Mr. Bowes Kelly, of tho Mount Lyell Cov but tho subject un der discussion ha's not been disclosed. Pointed questions to the Premier as to whether tho treatment of tho Mt. Read-Rosobery ores was under re view elicited the reply that it was not discussed. The next guery was ns to the Kinpt River power scheme. The pressman received the same reply. « Tlic only other matter that can be hinted at ns tho basis for the confer ence as the repatriation of soldiers, in order that tho Premier and his'col leagues may be armed with informa tion prior to tho Premiers' Confer ence. In order to take part in the con ference Mr. It. Sticht arrived at Bur nie from the West Coast by rail mo tor last evening, and goes on to Hobart (his morning. .--r
LABOR CONFERENCES INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS IN SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
LABOR CONFERENCES INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS DÎ SWITZERLAND. PARIS, Friday.-ÄTabor and So- ¡ cialist conference opens at Berne on I January 21. German delegates will attend." Simultaneously an Interna tional Trade Union Congress will ns- ' semble at Herne. | Both conferences will keep in touch ¡ with each other. Mr. Arthur Hender son has arrived at Paris, and will at- ; tend loth. He experts to devise. I means to submit tho findings to the ! Peace Conference. It is understood I that negotiations aro in progress with ? the peace delegates to that end. Mr. Henderson hopes the conferen-1 ces will be of service in helping to solvo thc Russian problem. | American Labor has not yet decided j to participate. .
OPEN OR CLOSED COORS? A PEACE CONFERENCE ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
OPEN OR CLOSED COORS? A PEACE CONFERENCE ISSUE. PAWS, Friday.-Following the vig orous protest against secrecy Bent to Mr. Lloyd Gooree hy the British Em- | pire press, and by the American press to Mr. Wilson, the conference, before j it announced its decision in regard to meeting of French, British. American ¡ and Italian journalists, find requested them to formulate a scheme for secur ing fidler publicity. Tho British jour ! alists favored that one of their mem bers should attend tho conference and furnish a semi-official statement daily. The Americans appealed for practically an open conference. Tho French press considered the conference would be able to maintain secrecy, but there was a danger of its "proceedings being re ported by hearsay. Probably the outconie of the consul tation will be dealt with at tho opening of thc Peace Conference to-morrow. representatives "io a |
WHAT FRANCE DEMANDS A BIG BILL FOR BROTHER HUN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
WÜAT FRANCE DEMAND* A BIG BILL FOU BRÖTHEN 1IÜN I LONDON, Friday.-A correspondent at Paris slates; that France lias ' formu lated the following demands: The enemy shall bear tho .burden of the French war loans and pensions, and repay the fines imposed and taxes levied on occupied territory. The enemy must pay a general in demnity on all war destruction; for example, of machinery, tools, and se curities, i I Thc enemy shall indemnify French ' . collera», factories. landlords, and farmers for the period during ' which ' j their capital lay unproductive. j
THREE PRELIMINARY QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
THREE PRELIMINARY QUESTIONS NEW YORK, Friday.-AVrordtag'to tho United Press correspondent there are three questions concerning tho opening session of the Peace Confer ence on Saturday which dominate in terest, namely:-(U Will the session !he secret? (2) Will the Bolshevik problem or the League of Nations be first considered? (3) Will M. Clemenceau or Dr. Wilson preside? It is impossible to lenrn whether the (session will be secret. It is expected that the league proposal will be first considered, since M. Clemenceau has pledged himself to that effect. It is most likely that M. Clemenceau . will preside; hence Dr. Wilson will attend merely as a member of the American delegation. LEAGUE OF NATIONS PROPOSAL 1VANCOUVER. Saturday.-A Paris message state» that the Peace Confer cnce decided to refer the questions of] a League of Nations to an inter-Allied Commission for an early report. Ger many will not be represented until everything of importance has been set tled.
ALL EYES ON PARIS CONFERENCE EVE PEPRESENTATION PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
ALL EYES ON PARIS CONFERENCE EVE P.EPRESEXTATIOX PROBLEMS. PAMS, Friday.-The great hotel3 and bureaux of Paru are a babel of world politics, wherein plans lone pon dered are being mcdified, ready for th: meeting of the Pesco Conference, and t're rcrsibilitics of compromise arc be ing disclosed. Mr. Lloyd George am: Mr. Banar Law had several confer ences with Mr. Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook and other Dominion representa tives, in order that the latter may be able to pit at the conference tahlo in turn as full British representatives, 'f Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Bonar Law are compelled to return to London in connection with the opening of Parlia ment, as is likely. Though the fact that thc British Empire has 13 spokesmen is arousing criticism, tho importance of the matter may easily be exaggerated. Tho nurn bpr of delegates has no connection with roting power. Voting will prob ably not play a large part in the con ference, otherwise it is impossible to reconcile the fact of Britain's s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
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ENGLISH AND FRENCH TO BE SPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
ENGUSII AND FRENCH TO BE SPOKEN. PARI?, Fridav. - Mr. Fraser, news paper correspondent, states that though tho newspapers assert that the Domin ions will lie granted two delegates at the Fence Conference, thero is no offi cial confirmation. The preliminary con ference to-day was discussing the langu age to be used. Probably both French and English will be used, the latter as a compliment to tho English-speaking delegates. It will also be useful for the Japanese representatives. Arrange ments will probably be made to permit international journalists to witness the opening ceremonial on Saturday. It is expected the conference will de vote immediate attention to tho Rus sian situation. The French Government has allocat ed a large mansion in the Chumps Ely sees as a club for the journalist corps.
SHIPPING DEVONPORT. ARRIVAL.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
SHIPPING DEVONPORT. - . ARWVAL.^Januàry 18. ' ' 'Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers: - -Saloon: Misses Knowles, Giblin, . Robinson: Mesdames Creagh, Brown; Messrs. Creagh, Ready, Miller, Roach, : Orr, Barker, Williams.
DEPARTURE.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
DEPAIlTUltB.-January 18. Rotomahana, ss, lill tons, Ji. Evans, for Melbourne. Passengers: Saloon: Misses Craigie, Imlach, 'Hughes, M'Guire, Hodge, Gallagher, Frcwellyn, Wishart. Stoody, Stephens, M'Michaei, Boyer; Mesdames Palmer, Glendenning, Law, Henderson, Hol land, Spangler, Boyer, Hughes, M'Gann, M'Guire; Messrs. Henderson, Holland, Glendenning, Brown, Spang ler, Mall, Palmer. Page, Smith, Dalli more, Coleman, Barnett, Howe, Os mond ; stecrago, 18.
CENTRAL CASTRA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
- 1 - CEHTRAL'CAÍTRA. - j ¡ Accident.-While working at Cope's stonecriisher on .' Wednesday: ' on tho. I Preston to Cemr.il Cistnv road, a man named Bounds met villi-a rather seri ous accident. Tho draw chain nu the I sclf-fe:dcr_ came undone - ami let the . ! true'; down, . which caught tho mari : against n sluhin. 'Tho. sufferer was. j taken to his Kami'Inter in tho day, and " I)r. Ferris attended and found throb ribs broken, besides bruises. From in- j quirirs later it was learned that lib twas doing well, and in the course of a f j little while would be about again. ' j