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LAUNCESTON POLICE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

LAUNCESTON POLICE NEWS   LAUNCESTON, Sunday. - At the Police Court yesterday Michael Forbes, charged with using indecent language, was fined 10/ or in default seven days. Tbnmas Edward Alexander, aged 33, was arrested yesterday charged with having committed bigamy at Launces- ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

Take DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and Colds-You will get sure relief. Quality talks for itself.-IXL. To mato and Worcestershire Sauces defy competition.*

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WHAT THE JEWS WANT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

-f WHAT THE JEWS WANT. NEW YORK, Saturday.-The "New York Times' " Poris correspondent in- terviewed Doctor Sokoloff (head of the European Zionist Committee), who said that Palestine should be bounded on the west by the sea, on the cast by the River Jordan, on the south by the River Littoni, and on the north by El Arish. Ho added:-"If the Jews are given their choice they will select England as their protector."

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ANGLO-FRENCH TREATIES APPORTIONING EASTERN CONTROL TURKISH EMPIRE DIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

ANGLO-FRENCH TREATIES APPORTIONING EASTERN CONTROL TURKISH EMPIRE DIVIDED. NEW YORK, Saturday.-The "New York Times' " Paris correspondent in- terviewed a high authority regarding the secret treaties to which M. Pichón referred recently. The authority said that treaties were drawn up between England and France in 1916, and be- tween England, France and Russia in 1917. By the terms of the France British treaty, France would control Syria, Lebanon and part of Ar-   menia, while, England would control Mesopotamia, and Arabia would be an independent kingdom. Palestine would have an international administration, and all portions of Asia Minor covered in the treaty now belonging to Turkey would be taken from Turkey. Tho authority added: "The exact boundaries of Turkey will bo defined at the Peace Conference. The peo- ples of Lebanon, Syria, Armenia and Mesopotamia will be allowed to choose their'own forms of government,   Franco and England , being merely ad- vise...

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BUKNIE. ARRIVALS.—January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

ARRIVALS_January 4. Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers Mesdames Wright, Lawler, Stevens, Sydenham and infant. Grant, Lums- den, Hillas, Brown, Slater and 2 chil dren, Foreham and child and maid, Davis, Yoemans, McNeal and 2 chil- dren, Owen and 2 children, Alex- ander, Bean, Andrews, Davis and 3 children, Williams, Townsend, Mel- bourne, Spangler, Sweetland and child, D'Assonville, Lamont, M'Cutcheon, Knapton, Andrews, Douglas, Hawke and child. and Reordan (2); Misses Dike. Andrews, Page, Harvey. Emb- ling (2). Bishop. Good (2), M'cGrow- ther, Prebnor, Cashmore (2) Brown- field, Roper (2). Sutherland (2), Sut- ton, Bates (2). Shepherd. Shelev. Ros- enberg, Sanders, Edgelev, Alderson, Ross (2), Sogar, Phillips, Wright (3), Lawler, Stephens, Hillas, Ciuett, Stooke and McGregor; Messrs. Fowler, Sydenham, Lumsden. Hillas, Brown, Gray, Foreham, Stooke, McNeil, Owen, Alexander, Trapp, Bean, M'Gregor, Phillips, Jakins, Addison, Hawey, Sutherland, Rowe, Bradley ...

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

FRUIT FRUIT Yon can buy all kinds of SEASON -ABLE FRUIT and VEGETABLES at   Wholesale Rates at the BURNIE     MART. Fresh-supplies coming in all   the week from every centre. BANANAS ripened on the premises.   Try them; no waste. All shops can save money and get satisfaction.       Bacon and 'Wheat prices will he     found right.'See report in to-day's paper. ' RW. WINSPEAR, Burnie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

STACK COVERS. - We have just landed a new shipment of first quality. GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS. New Season's Seeds Arriving. Write for Samples. CORNSACKS. CHAFF BAGS, ETC., ETC. THE RIVER DON TRADING CO..LTD Agents for MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF TASMANIA, LTD., The Purely Tasmanian Company. . Head Office ....LAUNCESTON . 'ALFRED GEO. SCOTT; Secretary.           A1 Departments of Insurance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

GOOD BINDER TWINES FARMERS, you all know the annoyance and delay caused by Twines Tangling and Choking up on the Reel and Knotter just when you are busiest and want to get a big day's work out of your Binder. You have none of this trouble with "KROP" Binder Twine. It runs even and'   smooth to the last, and is very Strong. Book your order with us now, and be Sure of a Tip-top Twine at Reasonable Cost. Stocks are very limited, and price cannot be guaranteed for any length of time ahead. TRY A. TIN OF OUR BINDER OIL. STENHOUSE & CO.. DEVONPORT, BURNIE, ULVERSTONE. TWINE, SACKS, AND PACKS.             We have now received supplies, and can quote at Cheap Rates. LINSEED OIL MEAL.   For Fattening and Keeping your Stock in Health, and suits the   Poultry as well.     MOUNT HIGH GRADE MANURES Should be Used to Secure Good Results; Also &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

I--1 THE TASMANIAN RED BOOK ALMANAC     Price, Four Shillings and 6d. Postage, 4d.       WILL BE READY ON JANUARY 10   THE SIXPENNY BOOK ALMANAC. THE SHEET ALMANAC. Fourpence. NEW READY, THE CHURCHMAN'S ALMANAC. 3d, 4d, and 1/ each.   DIARIES FOR THE OFFICE. DIARIES FOR THE POCKET. A. W. BIIRCHALL & SONS 118 BRISBANE STREET       LAUNCESTON. A REPUTATION FOUNDED ON QUALITY OUR SUITS ARE ALWAYS PROPERLY MADE IN   EVERY DETAIL, and the MATERIAL IS ONLY OF THE BEST PROCURABLE. You will get true value with us. This applies to all our HABERDASHERY as well as our TAILORING DEPARTMENT.   MAY WE HAVE THE PLEASURE OF A VISIT FROM YOU. COX AND WEBB, LTD., NEXT "ADVOCATE" OFFICE,   ROOKE STREET, DEVONPORT. ,    

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

DEVONPORT     The Steamer Service.-In spite of     certain rumors that were afloat, there were no local developments in con- junction with the seamen's dispute on     Saturday. The ss Rotómahana arrived from Melbourne in the morning and   sailed on return at 2 p.m. It is the   intention of the company to run her three trips this week, and in order that it may be accomplished, the ves- sel will leave Melbourne to-day, and     reach here again in the morning. The   return trip will be made in the after   noon, and the usual call at Burnie en route will not be made. The same will apply to the voyage from Devonport on Thursday. For Saturday the usual     programme will be followed. Booking for Tuesday's trip is unusually heavy. A Distinguished Visitor.-On Satur- day the Anglican Primate of Australia (Archbishop Wright, of Sydney) passed through Devonport, whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

POPULAR CASH COLUMN. Only PREPAID Advertisements are inserted in this column, and at the following rates: 14 words (not exceeding 3 lines) 0 6 (Six advts. for 2/6.) 20 words (not exceeding 4 lines) 1 0 25 words (not exceeding 6 lines) 1 6 A J. BARWICK (late Brander), Forwarding and Customs   Agent, Burnie. Prompt and careful. BOOTS and Shoes.-We stock only tho best and sell the cheapest. King's Champion Stores, Latrobe. BOOT repairs done at once at the Recruiting Office, Marine Ter- race, Burnie. Bring them along. CHINA cups and saucers, from 9/ to 14/ doz. L. W. Davis, gro-   cery and crockery store, Dvpt. COLD meat and salad, hot pies. Nonpariel Tearooms, Catley st.,   Burnie. CYCLE repairs to any make of cycle done promptly and cheaply. King's Cycle Works, Latrobe. CREAM ground striped suitings,   seasonable, new, black, navy,   brown, and saxe stripes, 2/3 and 2/6. Brown Bros., Ulv. DANCE, Eugenana Hall, last of th...

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U.S. MILITARY PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

U.S. MILITARY PLANS. WASHINGTON, Saturday. - Mr. Newton Baker (Military Secretary) told the House of Representatives' Military Committee that the Govern -ment did not intend, until the Peace Conference was ended, to decide the extent of the military establishment of the United States. The Government did not intend to maintain forces in Europe for two years, and no arrange-   ments had been made for universal military service in America.

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THE BRITISH DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

THE BRITISH DELEGATES. LONDON, Saturday. - It is offici- ally announced that the Premier, Mr. Bonar Law, Mr. Balfour, and possibly a Labor member will be the British re- presentatives at the Peace Conference. Leading permanent officials of the For- eign Office and several diplomats, in cluding Lord Hardinge, will be in at- tendance. The London "Evening News' an- nounces that General Botha, Sir R. Borden, and Hon. W. M. Hughes (Premiers of South Africa, Canada, and Australia) will represent the Overseas Dominions at the Peace Con- ference.

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FOCH'S THREAT NO BOLSHEVISM WILL BREAK OFF PEACE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

FOCH'S THREAT NO BOLSHEVISM WILL BREAK OFF PEACE CELE- BRATIONS. AMSTERDAM. Saturday. - The *T«.ttíki«V* vterlin corrosuombut stat's thai Marshal Foch's representa tive at th« Armistice Commission de clared that if the l!o!sliovt-.t element in Onnany prevailed, tin- Allies would br,ak.off the preliminary peace negoti ations. the German Armistice Commission ers have notified the Allies that the cissolution' of the German High Com mand is proceeding. Foch allowed the Germans in the wcupied territory to participate iu the ii'erman election.

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LIFEBOATS SPLINTERED TO MATCHWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

LIFEBOATS SPLINTERED TO MATCHWOOD. Two lifeboats were launched and   splintered to matchwood. Fifty or   sixty men, tempted by the nearness of the shore, jumped for the ledge, but the waves flung them down, and they were gored to death on the sharp rocks. Those who reached the ledge were washed off. Two sailors finally landed, and got lifelines attached to the ledge, by which a hawser was run out from the Iolaire. All the survivors were rescued by means of this hawser, but owing to the intense cold, many failed to keep their hold of the hawser. The Iolaire broke up in half an hour, and disappeared.

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WHAT FRANCE DEMANDS PROBABLE PEACE STIPULATIONS INTERNATIONALISATION OF RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

WHAT FRANCE DEMANDS PROBABLE PEACE STIPULATIONS INTERNATIONALISATION OF RHINE. NEW YORK, Friday. - The "Chi- cago News " Paris correspondent cables that France's demands at the   peace table will probably include the following: Possession of Alsace-Lorraine and the Saare basin. The neutralisation of the left bank of the Rhine and a strip 30 kilometres wide on the right bank of the Rhine. Unrestricted protectorate of Morocco. A share of the German colonies. Full indemnification for destruction caused by the war, the indemnities to take the form of coal and manufactured goods pending the rehabilitation of   the French mines and factories. Preferential treatment for imports of raw material pending the rehabilita- tion of French industries. The internationalisation of the Rhine. German recognition of France as "favored nation" commercially without reciprocity.

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WILSON IN ITALY ROME'S RAPTUROUS GREETING PRESIDENT TO VISIT THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

WILSON IN ITALY ROME'S RAPTUROUS GREETING   PRESIDENT TO VISIT THE POPE.   HOME, Saturday.-President Wil- son has arrived. He was greeted wih immense enthusiasm. King Victor met tho party at the station. President Wilson lunched with the Queen Mother, and attended a Par- liamentary reception later. A State dinner was given by the King, and Roman citizenship confer- red upon the President during the evening.   President Wilson intends to visit the Pope.

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TUMULT IN BUDA-PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

TUMULT IN BUDA-PEST   PARIS, Saturday. - A Communist New Year demonstration at Buda-Pest resulted in bloodshed. Several were killed. Mobs expelled the troops from the barracks, and are now besieging the government buildings.

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GOMPERS CONDEMNS INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

GOMPERS CONDEMNS INDUS TRIAL ARBITRATION. WASHINGTON, Saturday. - Mr. Samuel Gompers (secretary of the American Federation of Labor), giv- ing evidence before the Social and In- dustrial Investigation Committee, said   that any attempt by means of laws to prevent labor strikes would be futile. He condemned legislation for compul- sory arbitration, and contended that   Labor had prevented where possible   any legislation of this kind. Demobilis-   ation was creating considerable un-   employment. As a substitute for com-   pulsory arbitration, he believed in a   system of conciliation and mediation.  

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PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECH. ADDRESS'TO ITALIAN PARLIAMENT. "BALANCE OF POWER FOUND WANTING." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECH. ADDRESS TO ITALIAN PARLIA- MENT.   "BALANCE OP POWER FOUND WANTING."   NEW YORK, Saturday.-Speaking before the Italian Parliament, Rome, yesterday President Wilson said: "Your Majesty, Mr. President of the Chamber,-You are bestowing upon me an unprecedented honor, which I accept because I believe that it is extended to me as representative of the great people for whom I speak, and I am going to take this first op- portunity to say how entirely the hearts of the American people have been with the great people of Italy. We have seemed no doubt indifferent at times, to look from a great distance, but our hearts have never been far away. All sorts of ties have long bound the people of America to the people of Italy, and when the people of the United States, knowing this people, having witnessed its sufferings, its sacrifices, its heroic action upon the battlefield, and its heroic endurance at home-its steadfast endeavor at home touchi...

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