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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 4 January 1919

RAILWAY NOTICES. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. SUNDAY TRAIN TO-MORROW. SUNDAY SPECIAL TRAIN for Launceston leaves Burnie at 2 p.m., or on arrival of Steamer from Mel- bourne. By Order, A. J. WINTERSON,   Secretary for Railways. THE EMU BAY RAILWAY CO.,   From MONDAY, 3rd September, through trains will run between Bur- nie and Zeehan, leaving Burnie 7.185 a.m., and arriving Zeehan 1.10 p.m. Leave Zeehan 3 p.m., and arrive Bur- nie 7.57 p.m. Rail Motor, with limited Passenger accommodation, connects to and from Waratah with all Zeehan Trains at Guildford. LIMITED. J. STIRLING, Manager. KENTISH MUNICIPALITY. APPLICATIONS are hereby invited and will be received by the Warden, Council Chambers, Sheffield, up till FRIDAY, 10th January, 1919, at 4 p.m. for the position of working Road Overseer for the Wilmot Ward. Wages, 9/ per day. E. F. BLYTH, Warden. Sheffield, 17/12/18. MRS. Myer, L.A.B., Teacher of Music and Water Color Painting, S. Burnie, offers to visit Penguin and...

Publication Title: Advocate
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[?]AND HASTENING TO RUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

^J^'0I.\\n HASTEXIXfl TO RÜIX. - AMSTERDAM. Saturday.--T\>land is 1= t la commit industrially ruined hy mian destruction ami Bolshevist .anny. The Germans rendered the tories quite useless. Prisoners rc rnins: from Russia are ivithout work, d in other eases the workmen are dui; for extravagant payments and araut. i s v.hi'h cannot possibly, bo >n. The workmen tl.eroupon eject Flagrant hri^andaee occurred nt dz. uh-re armed ni. n looted the ners' houses or impri-oned them for Forth.T l.loodshed has occurred at' ar~:v.T. Tho troops fired on Hol Ti-t demonstrators, several beiri!» Ther- i s a considerable exodus from ¡ia ^is the Bol-hevist troops ap

Publication Title: Advocate
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SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM RUSSO-GERMAN UNION WILL FICHT ANCLO-SAXON "CAPITALISTS." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

j SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM >M RUSSO-GERMAN UNION 'Wi WILL FICHT. ANGLO-SAXON Ul "CAPITALISTS." . If^AMSTF-HDAM, Saturday.-The Eus '.-¡2* ^"5V Soviet delegate, Radck, in the *A¿,, «»<: ti of a Russian soldier, address W e. Spartacus, Congress in Berlin J ¿g^-rthy. Ile said that he was not I.-* M\¡.\\\ ot the Entente's intervention in t%JmM^---> f<r the Entente armies would XHflExoi inflated with revolutionary ^^?riniL'.'. like the (lennans. H'eprophe ^Bcl tim; a tremendous Hood of Bolshe ^B"> weald penetrate to the Wert and H i ground in France, finally inducing ijBliadek d.-elarcd that if the Spartacus 9j^L ip :?(.( power in Germany the Rns B^Bli'-rmiwi workmen would fight the ^Bir.e He hoped that the Interna jdSB-'l > -'et Congress would meet in fili^Bhu di-ciiss the world's pence. <$Bh" l>.ily Chronicle's" Rotterdam i-jt^Äc-t" '. i' nt outlines, the menace of !Ä^Br'':y M-hii-li is hanging over Ger 2^^By opines that the Majority -l^^Kh-t'...

Publication Title: Advocate
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[?]RMANY'S NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

JM?.MAXY'S XK\V COXSTITÜTION. ?\:,r.~ ? publishes an authorised .ni ?;ivinn details nf tho new ii 1,-titntiim, headed by a Fre v.-"nV. powers ranging between nf i!. American President and I Kir .; i.j Kii-lnnd, and who will bc ; 'cu t,v ihr. people's direct vote. The 'i'l.r.-. will he assisted by a Cabinet, to that of tho English Parha-V, : .ist o;; of two Houses, one a ; .llu iso and an Upper Cham- < '.m.o-eil of delegates clisen by ; riiaiiK nts of the Federal States. ; tl,', event of disagreement be- ; " Houses, or between tho ; ?».< '1 (he Houses, thc matter Sipote will i>e decided by national i. 'ill no longer enloy a pVe .> «' power, hut will b« enr a sulwiiv¡,¡nn of the el«tor leen tv, »idem MTTN1CH I MTS. , ' kmsterdam m#5'3c ttates thal jina citizens f l¡m¡ir¿ ^«4 « ! rested on Sunday 'night, when the police raided a big hotel where there, was a secret gathering of plotters against the Eisner regime. Tho leader of the plotters, when ar rested, de...

Publication Title: Advocate
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Marching on Berlin [?]000 POLES ADVANCING FRANKFORT-ON-ODER CAPTURED GERMANS HASTILY ARMING REPUBLICAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

i on |%,000 POLS ADVANCING. IFRANKFORT-OX-ODER CAPTURED CERMANS HASTILY ARMING REPUBLICAN ARMY. ' \M<TKltIXYM, Saturday. - Advices fr.mi lîi'i'lin state that 3D,(K;.:¡ Polish trewin ar« iul\ antin;; on Ut-rlin. Herr Noske (German Minister for Military Alfa irs) has ordere! the 5th Division to T?n.2.' them. Tho Pnli-h CovL-niiiK-nt lias ordered (wieral mobilisation.

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POGROMS IN POSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

M POGROMS tX POSF-V. I.Vn Amsterdam message states that jroms occurred ¡it Posen or Sunday, number of Jews boin"; kill.'d and a n.tgogue damaged by nm* hine cun L'. Numerous houses wera pillaged, ?I fishtin;; continues 1>< ".ween the rmans and Toles. Tre-ident Pnde .v -Iii is commanding the Utter. Piw»n is officially declared to lx> in a it.' of sieno. Poles are storming the iMie buddings, boys of between 15 ! IC 1TMI_' armed with rifles npninat e Germans. Thousands of Poles -mied t!:.1 artillery dep ts and dis "i-iteit !i!iin:unition to the crowd, ? !i tonk fes-e-^ion of the railways An ultimatum was sen: to the Oer an fra rn som at Pos. n demanding m-nder. ot!>"nvisi> airmen would imh.ird rh.' barracks. Herr Y»*., states that the German irernnient s first action must be to ppivss tli«- Polish outbreak.

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DARING RAID INTO GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

! DAKING RAID INTO GERMANY. Liter.--Hw Noske- states that the Republican army tu fight tho Coles will volunteer. They must dc nu r 24 and llave already served at the front. Vol unteers will take service for six months, and will elect their own officers. Tilt» ''Daily Express' " Geneva cor respondent reports that the Polish agency nt Lausanne lias boon advised from IVen that a Polish armv of be tiveen WO) and 40.0ft) infantry, well armed and supported hy anillery and Irv, has hejjmi a daring raid "into G.naaliy. jflio ultimate adject of tho advance is "rlin. 'avalry dave already entered lYank I".t he-Oder p) miles froia Ber lin), while infantry have occupied the rail centres at Reuthen (near lireslau, Prussia), Gnesen. and Hromborp, cap turing much railway slock and other booty. Thu advance is almost unresisted. Tho Germans are hastily re-nrmins the demobilised trnops, but many re fused to serve. The Gorman railways tie utterly disorganised, therefore it "is Jcs.sible that the Pole* ...

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MAINLAND RACES SANDOWN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

MAINLAND RACES SANDOWN" PARK. MELBOURNE, (Saturday.-A suc cessful race meeting " was held at Sandown Park to-day. Results: HURDLE. Two miles. Loo Matten. 11.4 . 1 Miss Rosslyn, 11.2.-. ... 2 Nick-a-Jnck, 10.9 . 3 Others: Common King, Bone gilla, Orien», Witch Doctor, and Jan Jena. Won by a neck, with two lengths between the second and third horses. Time, 3min. 45see. Bet ting: .6 to 4 against Leo Matten; ll to 8 against Miss Rosslyn. A pro test for interference was upheld; and tho first prize was awarded Miss Ross lyn. ./ ; MAIDEN PLATE. (Special Weights.) Five furlongs. Well Off, 6.9 . n. 1 Persian Plume. 8.0 ... 2 Warianna, 6.9. 3 Twenty-two started. Won by half a. length, with ft neck between the second and third. Time, lmin. "4J * ' SANDOWN PLATE. Six furlongs. Haylass, 8.3 .... I Scratcho, 6.8. ... 2 Thargoona. 7.3.» ... 3 Others: Beltane, Ordella, Mollie Malt, Pochee. Lord Cavendish, Earl dom: Won by two lengths, with ft length between second - and third. Time, lmin. 17sec. Be...

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DEVONPORT RACING CLUB NEW YEAR MEETING VICTORY HANDICAP—SEEK. STEEPLECHASE—WATTUWARRI. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

I" DEVONPORT RACING CLUB J NEW ím MEETING VICTORY HANDICAP-SEEK. STEEPLECHASE-WATTÜWARRI. . The Kew Year meeting of the Di vonport Racing Club . vcutuiwd ; tho Spreyton course on Saturday i delightful ivcather, and t]ie club w; farored by a very large atteudanci The courso was in scellent oi'dei though a trifle hard, »nd timei wei consequently fast. Tho popularit of the Devonport Club may now 1: said to bo well-established, and sine the lost meeting the appomtmenl have been further improved, so ths patrons enjoyed a first-class afternoon sport in comfort. The stri'ms of tli Devonport Band wero in pleasing ev dence. Tho experienced secreting Slr. J. Luck, was well assisted by th committee and nn excellent staff, an the events were got off v/ith but l'ttl delay. Mr. J. Leary uSictitcd a judge. Mr. J. Watt i's starter, en -Afr. E. Keen as timekeeper, whil prominent amongst the stewards wei Messrs. J. H. Henry, C. A. Clenui A. J. Parker, H. H. M'Fie, and J ¡H. Stanton. Tho initial Irace...

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MOOREFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

I MOOREFIELD. ! SYDNEY, Saturday. - Following oro tho results of tho rnces held Rt J Moorefield to-day: FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. . Goonhilly, 7.10. T 1 Happy Band, 7.5. ... 2 Willow Green. 8.10 . 3 Others: Fortrait, Herbie, Queen ] Acre, Daddy Christmas, Tasman's Me. and Malton". Won hy hnlf a length, with a length tctw'een tho ; j second and third horses. Time, 1 min. Ifisee. Betting: 7 to 2 against Goonhilly. KOGARAH STAKES. One milo. Lord Sundial. 8.13. 1 Mv Lnddo, 7.6 . 2 Stitching, 7.R . 3 Others: Royal Maid, Argylo Lass, Trillimah, Abbotsford, Min'nix, Per sian Gift, Earwig, Sir Douglas, and;' Kille Machine. Won by S length, with a neck between second and third. Time, lmin. Josee. , KUltSKllY HANDICAP. - Six furlongs. Cool'King, 7.7 . 1 Prudent Field. 7.0. 2 ? Webbacre, 8.0. ... ... 3 Others: Ooldea, Gunmnker, Gilpin, V.A.D., Cayley, and Duke Aryan. Won by a length, with a similar dis tance between the second and third horses. Betting: 3 to 1 against Cool King. ' HIGHJVE...

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SHIPPING SITUATION LOONGANA'S HOLD-UP COAST'S INCREASED TR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

SHIPPINGJITüATION 1 ;:; ' LOONGANA;? HOLD-UP J ~~ . M / COASTS INCREASED %'2 I During tlic week-end, Burnie 'full of visitors. Tiio RotutiuLi which arrived on Saturday mt,rL brought 223 passenivrs, includi-,^ soldiers. Most oj these lett liv early morning trains. 1 |i"u lar iw. trip at night, thu Itoioniiihami i sonic 184 passengers fi.mi Linnie. ' I gs ¡Wainui armed m fiuniii. nt \\ a.m. yesterday on her wiry to Sn«: - [She brought '<!) pas-eicid-, iW¡~\ . whom luit at 2 p.m. hy social <i for Launceston. 'I he pie-encc nf*U'S [passengers in Illunie was very áS» jcial to business, and the lui'^jpi. hoarding establishments in ie 'ed. " Tho conveyance ol the |u«iî .,. Iupon the railways mad.' trafic in \. ; direction heavy. The mai) lu.r, * which had accmiud-iU'l nt \l. livj-, owing to the IJIIIHÍIIM'- ln.l,î-up ^ brought hy the I'd.un IMIIII CH ; day, and dealing v ii li .i'..,u HM! of mail gavo th- i ,,,u- Put ij; staff a very busy l.i..e. This week, in i l l v...

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MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD. ADVANCES OF [?] PER CENT CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

MERCHANT SKI!VICK GOLD.,f ADVANCES OF I'Eli Cf \T CLAIM F.D. "f A new lng nf cl»¡tn« ha« Via ^w** upon shipowners at >\,hu v b- ; ? Merchant Service f.u;;.| IK-.,>«¿..^ two awards nuder rUa tm-iniV 'j the guild have Leen ..!-.:>;:. I.;*. ed, and the other wi'l .. i:i-nntf " ,' Juno. The new kr m j.r.^.-' for the position that will araiel'.! the expiration of the <,td ¡,w1tl| advance of »limit 30 per '. nt, in wa .. is claimed in thc u:w «di..hil., iv following uro the rate-- ¡¡«.J ¡w 1c of the tonnage spu-ificd: Masters of passenger v . -?!; of ! ; tons and under, £30 a II muli, » \\ £22 for first officer .-ind Ll- f,,r . *. second. For passenger v WL <. > 250 tons, £32; with lèVser i? ,f - fr.r- t officers ; 500 toils', £35; I "'..ti..' ; soco tons, et.-,; anno t.«.« tv.. ( ; tons, £C5; POfKi fons, £.;:.. ]»,.'?» i , £85; over 10,W) tons, i ?;.-;i¡| t. rates set ont for offii - r Wv ? other than passenger .«hip-.. :< ;1-<i| vw...

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PRICE OF SMALL FRUITS GROWERS SEEK INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

PRICE OF SMALL FIHJtB ]'_: GROWERS SEEK lXClil-Ust ¿? Tho Hon. J. V li m M ll 1 -, Franklin, introduw.il a di-p .-..-J.. Jk growers of small lnnu liam ¡! < ^- £ illy district which wailed un ".t KL. ft Jones mid "Mr, \ ll \ J Messrs. il. Jones ni.d ( ?> , lU-> g with a request that. Hie pru e vi.,... S company was paymn th>- 1:1 . rf ,raspberries (5jd i»v lb.i -a\.,uUU..J creased. Tho deputation si;,.tJ ' in many instances the crop, IM-,, , wvro only one-half, mid 111 !.<! ,* t only one-third, the size they h r<A in previous years and the L-IL""-^jf Ito pay increntod wapet to ire ~0" pickers. Tho present, pri e. . stated, left very little prent u *. growers. t,. Sir Henry Jones gave iin.T-i3¡te regarding tho quantities ol 1 >;????}& which his firm had pun lia- : » -E| the past few seasons, .tat,:.i -ffl whilo in 1014 tho totals had 1 -Bj 800 tons, in 11)17-18 thev h i l B cd to nearly 1GCX> ton-. Ik '.Bj stated that orders for ...

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NO FURTHER DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

XO PrTRTTTKTî DlivFJ/lPifB" l,Al -\L1'..S1U.\, Nimlay. -u : . word lins lioon received nf il« ? ., " of tho Loongana to-monvv.- toga) bonnie fpr Launrefton, ;¡!.d i' sumed fluiré will he no wr. '.<*. i<$f The smalj sfcafiier .twinr. !.'>:.*.' 'lo-day with 30 «ai-ffita.-.r«- all sis **? accommodation for. fc

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MOTOR MISHAP AT EXETIR [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

_ _ s MOM MISHAP AT EXEÏÏR | LAUNCESTON -.und \- *i car driven bv J«.-eph i«-inn.g containing Mr. and .Mi-. N..t r ?* of Hobart, was return)]-' li-.* ! «if consfieM this cveniTip, v.'-n « .' j$ cd with two steers on the r-wl bit ter. Tile animals were H,.nt.Ben-*-, tho'diner was unable te iVbííi'; One of the steers was killel I. ?., force of tho collision, ami i> . ir - - tho car was damag*!, hui ti.« | gers escaped injurv.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Blyth, of Don road, Devonport, have received advice that their son, Sergt. W. O. Blyth, is ex- pected back shortly. He enlisted in   1914, and was with the 3rd Brigade at Gallipoli. He will be the last Io- cal Anzac to return on leave to De vonport. Mr. M. Sullock, of Don, who was admitted to tho. Mersey "Hospital on New Year's Day suffering from in ternal trouble, and whose condition was serious, is doing fairly welL .-. Miss Houghton, of the". Riverstone Supply Co., has received a. ¿able'sta ting that her brother, CáMaln' Syd ney Houghton, M.C., has Been" award ed thc additional distinction of D.S.'O. Capt; Houghton is an Anzac;; and was on the staff of the Hobart ' Post Office when he volunteered for the' front. He is a son of Mr. B. Houghton, ' Mul grave street; Launceston. :Mr.-and Mrs.. James Redman, Wi venhoe, on Saturday received notice from tho Baso Records Office, Hol bourne, 1 that their eldest son, Staff Sergeant Frank Bodman, is return...

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POLISH DEFEAT CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

POLISH DFFEAT CLAIMED.   NEW YORK, Saturday. - The   "Tr .Ct.V-d Press Association's correspond- ent rat\nt Copenli.nr.en states that accord- ing to a dispatch from Berlin, the     Ottomans liare defeated th.> Poles at %.* ?.?» Ja" and P ilcel.

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HORSE KILLED—DRAY WRECKED FALL OVER EMBANKMENT. DRIVERS ESCAPE INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

HORSE KILLED-DRAY WRECKED FALL OVER EMBANKMENT.   DRIVERS ESCAPE INJURY.   A rmost unfortunate accident occur red on tho t road to. the Round Hill mino on Friday niternoon. Messrs. Gabbedy and J. Strawberry left Sheffield;with a horse and spring dray with the intention of proceeding to Lorinna. Whilst .passing, that por tion of the road between tho Round Hill Mining Company's mill and tho mino itself, tho horso and dray- for some unexplained reason went over the side of tho road, and rolhd down to tho bottom of the ' gully. From thc meagre particulars to hand it ap pears that the horte was "'{illed in stantly, being very much manghd. and tho dray itself was also wrecked. Tlioso who know of tho precipitous naturo of the embankment nt .- tho spot will understand what marvellous good fortune attended tho two nun, who wore able to jump Twar fro:n tho cart, and escaped injury. The hoi so and dray had only been recent!v pur chased by tho Mount Pelion . Mining Com...

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PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

PRESTON.           Patriotic Effort.The sports meet   ing held on New Year's Day is expect   ed to realise a very satisfactory total   for distribution among the patriotic socioties interested. It is anticipated that this will reach the vicinity of £60, which will make the aggregate distributed by the Preston Patriotic Sports Committee and Red Cross ladies during the war approximately £600. It may be mentioned that Mrs. J. J. Gil lard has been intimately connected with all efforts put forward with this laudable object. Roll of Honor.-A meeting of the committee in connection with the Preston roll of honor was held in the Preston Hall on December 29 for the purpose of discussing the procuring of a permanent record of the men who went to take part in the great war, and which will be a credit to the dis trict and the noble hand who volunteer ed. Misses R. Chisholm and B. Tongs were ap...

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A LYELL SENSATION HORSE AND SULKY DOWN 40FT. EMBANKMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

A LYELL SENSATION     HORSE AND SULKY DOWN 40FT. EMBANKMENT. .. QUEENSTOWN, Sunday. - A bad accident happened to-day on the Hos pital road, when a sulky containing W. Wilkins and J. Drake, the horse of which was being led by G. W. Burton, rolled down the steep bank 40-ft. to Macnamara street beneath. The occu pants were much bruised; Burton es caped injury. The horse bolted with the remnants of tho sulky towards South Queenstown, and when stopped was found to be only slightly hurt. Wilkins was readmitted to the hospi tal, which institution he had just left, having been an inmate as a result of a broken leg sustained at the North Mt. Lyell mine in November last. The leg was still in plaster of paris.

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