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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

THE TASMAN 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. 3.1, 4d, and 1/ each DIARIES FOR THE OFFICE. DIARIES FOR THE POCKET. A. W. BIRCHALL .& SONS.118 BRISBANE STREET LAUNCESTON. A REPUTATION FOUNDED ON QUALITY OUR SUITS ARE AWAYS PROPERLY MADE IN EVERY DETAIL, and the MATERIAL IS ONLY OF THE BEST PROCURABLE. You will get true value with us. Thia 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, " BROOKE STREET, DEVONPORT.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAPAN NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

JAPAN NERVOUS. NEW YORK. Monday.-The "New   York Times'" correspondent reports that a distinguished Japanese has pub- lished an article advocating an offen- sive Chino-Japanese alliance, in view of the growing strength of the Ameri- can French and British fleets and arm- ies.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

POPULAR CASH COLUMN. BE fashionable and have your vehicle renovated at Lawson and Luck's, coachbuilders, Devonport. -JINKERS painted from £2, bug- gies from '3, and motor cars from £6 at Lawson and Luck's, Dpt. A T Jacobs', Burnie, for prime corned beef. Large quantities at reduced prices. BELLS Parade River Trip. - Boat leaves Devonport ferry, 2.30, to day; high water.       BOOT repairs done at once at the Recruiting Office, Marine Ter- race, Burnie. Bring them along. BRING or send your watches and jewellery to be repaired at Stokell's, Jeweller, Burnie COLLINS, Ulverstone, for prime corned beef; large quantities at reduced rates.     CAR to Allen Doone, Burnie Thea- tre, Thurs, and Friday next.   Book seats. Clem Counsel, Pine rd. COLD meat and salad, hot pies. Nonpariel Tearooms, Catley st, Burnie.   CHINA cups and saucers, from 9/ to 14/ doz. L. W. Davis, gro-   cery and croc...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING [?]EVCHPORT. ARRIVALS—January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

SHIPPING   DEVONPORT ARRIVALS-January 7. Koomeela, ss, 100 tons, T. H. Holy- man, from Launceston. Lady Loch, ss, 400 tons, H. D. Tace, from Melbourne.   Hotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers Sa- loon: Mr. Bird and son.

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WYNYARD COUNCIL'S LAW COSTS A BILL FOR £130. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

WYNYARD COUNCIL'S LAW COSTS A BILL FOR £130. Included in the accounts passed for payment at yesterday's Table Cape Council meeting was one for £108   15/10, verdict and costs in the action for damages brought by Charlotte Smith against thc council in connection with the accident she met with owing to falling into an unprotected drain. There was also an item of £21/6/11   paid on a garnishee order against Mrs. Smith. This brought the total amount paid by the council in connection with the case to £130/2/0.   The Warden formally reported the facts, and said the case was unfortu- nate, but to a very great extent was unforseen. When the culvert was con- structed there was no footpath; it was simply in scrub until the fire came along. In reply to Cr. Neal, the War- den said there was only one fund from which the money in connection with this case would have to be paid, and that was the general fund. Some of the councillors might say it ought to come...

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WYNYARD HOSPITAL DEADLOCK WITH DOCTORS STATE ACTION DESIRED ALTERNATIVE—"CLOSE THE DOORS." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

WYNYARD HOSPITAL DEADLOCK WITH DOCTORS   STATE ACTION DESIRED ALTERNATIVE-"CLOSE THE DOORS." Resolutions of a drastic nature in re- gard to the future of the Wynyard Spencer Hospital are carried at the monthly meeting of the board of man- agement last night. The discussion was initiated by the chairman (Mr. I'. A. Callaway) announ- cing that the special sub-committee anointed for the purpose, had met the doctors with regard to their agreement with the board. The doctors proposed that they be paid for work done. The medical men would render a monthly account, and would charge 7/6 per visit   to the hospital. For this they would give the necessary lectures to the nurses, assist in the general supervi- sion of the hospital, and advise as to the management of the institution. All operations would be between the medical men and the patients them- selves. The medical men also suggested that in connection with operations all dressings should be charged to the pa- ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

That Tasmanian conditions lend themselves to the production of a sat- isfactory article is exemplified by the superiority of I.X.L. over other brands of Jams and Preserves. THE SPRING TONIC. Our VIN PERU contains the valu- able tonic properties of Cinchona bark (the mother of Quinine), dissolved in the best Port Wine. Price-4/6. A. J. COLLINS AND CO., THE MEDICAL HALL. ULVERSTONE.

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CHALLENGE OF THE NEW ERA METHODIST PRESIDENT'S NEW YEAR MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

CHALLENGE OF THE NEW ERA METHODIST PRESIDENT'S NEW YEAR MESSAGE. Rev. Dr, Carruthers, President General of the Methodist Conference, has issued a message, under the head- ing, "The Challenge of the New Era," to the ministers and members of the church in Australasia, in which he says: "In any outlook upon the oppor- tunities confronting us as a church, too much stress cannot be laid upon the necessity-the absolute necessity of personal service as a condition of discipleship and a contribution to human well-being. In the crucial struggle through which the world has just passed, it has been accepted as a necessity of honorable citizenship that every one should 'do his bit.' Shirkers and slackers have been in disrepute, and justly so. Service, even up to the point of sacrifice, has been so urgently called for, and has been so splendidly rendered, that the world is demanding that profession of loy- alty to the diviner things of life should be evidenced by a service in which there shall b...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHINA SUPPORTS U.S. PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

CHINA SUPPORTS U.S. PRESI- DENT.   NEW YORK. Monday.-The "New York Times' " Peking correspondent states that Hsushit-Phang has cabled President Wilson, saying that the Chinese Government supports the for- mation of a League of Nations.

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GENERAL CABLES CHINA EXPELS HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

GENERAL CABLES CHINA EXPELS HUXS. NEW YORK, Monday .-The "New York Times' Peking correspondent   states that the Chinese Government has agreed to the principle of repatri- ating all Germans. The liquidation of German property is being con- sidered.

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JUGO—SLAVIA NEW UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

JUGO-SLAVIA NEW UNITED KINGDOM. NEW YORK, Monday. - A Govern- ment representative of all Jugo-Slavia has been formed at Belgrade, and has notified the Allies that the Serbian kingdom is now united in the Serbian- Croatian-Slavacian kingdom.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COST OF WAR AUSTRALIA'S SIC BILL. "LARGER THAN SUPPOSED." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

COST OF WAR AUSTRALIA'S BIG BILL.   ''LARGER THAN SUPPOSED."   Owing to the Cabinet crisis in Italy and the necessity for reconstructing the British Cabinet, the Paris Confer- ence has again been postponed. The Dominions delegates have been notified that they should be ready to go to Paris by Wednesday. Mr. Hughes and other overseas Pre- miers have drawn up lists of the Dom- inions' war costs. Australia's list is larger than is gen- erally supposed, including losses of trade. The lists have been presented to the Cabinet, and the Dominions' delegates will be given the opportunity of pre- senting the lists to the conference, re- questing indemnification as small na- tions backed by Britain.  

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HONORING COLUMBUS PRESIDENT WILSON'S TOKEN. INSPIRING SCENE AT GENOA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

HONORING COLUMBUS. PRESIDENT WILSON'S TOKEN. INSPIRING SCENE AT GENOA. GENOA, Monday. - To-day, Presi- dent Wilson laid a wreath on the sta- tue of Columbus. A driving rain storm spoiled the reception. Nevertheless thousands greeted the President, and sought to shake hands. Speaking At Columbus' statue, Dr. Wilson said:- "Being free, America desires to show others how they may also share in the world's freedom. The people of the world must dictate peace, not the statesmen."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOULDER TO SHOULDER BRITAIN AND AMERICA WILL FORCE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

SHOULDER TO SHOULDER   BRITAIN AND AMERICA WILL FORCE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. NEW YORK, Monday. - The "New York World's" Paris correspondent de- clares that from direct intimations, given to American correspondents, it appears that Britain and the United States will stand shoulder to shoulder at the Peace Conference, and through their power will cause the adoption of the League of Nations, thus greatly simplifying the details of the final terms of peace. "Le Matin" wants the future peace of the world guarded by international police, commanded by Marshal Foch. These police should consist of the sol- diers of all nationalities save Germany.

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CRISIS IN BERLIN SPARTACUS COUP D'ETAT SOVIET DICTATORSHIP PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

CRISIS IN BERLIN   SPARTACUS COUP D'ETAT   SOVIET DICTATORSHIP PROBABLE. LONDON", Monday.-A very serious crisis has occurred in Berlin. The government dismissed Herr Eichorn from the Presidency of the Police, whereupon Eichorn called on the Com-   munists to effect a coup d' etat, and overthrow the Government. A gang burned "Vorwärts" and other newspaper offices-, and piled the Majority Socialists' pamphlets in the streets, lighting bonfires. It is expected that a dictatorship of of the Socialists will be established.

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CEKMAN SURRENDER DEMAXDED [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

GERMAN SURRENDER DEMANDED   A Berlin message states that the Poles have occupied positions in Ger- many that have never been taken be- fore, and have sent an ultimatum to the German commander demanding sur- render. The Germans have decided to defend the positions in order to pre- vent an invasion of Brandenburg. President Paderewski and General Pilandski have conferred, but were un- able to agree as to who should exercise authority in Poland. A split is threat- ened.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

SHIPPING. UNION LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weather and other circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNE S.S. ROTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Tuesday, January 7, 6 a.m.   Thursday, January 9, 6 a.m. Saturday, January 11, 8.30 p.m. From Devonport-Tuesday, Jan- uary 7, 3 p.m., direct. Thursday, Jan. 9, 3 p.m., direct. Saturday, Jan. 11, via Burnie. On Tuesday and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, and midday train from Burnie con- nects. - Saturday, from Burnie as usual. Cargo received only subject to spe-   cial arrangement, and must be booked at local offices, S.S. TAVIUNI. From Burnie- Wednesday, Jan- uary 8.   From Devonport- Thursday, Jan- uary 9. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly.   Agent for Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers.   FOR SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE From Stanley-S.S. Perth. From Devonport-S.S.Perth.   MELB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

After the cold snap DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs is the right thing.-(Advt,),

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE. ARRIVALS.—January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

BURNIE. ARRIVALS.-January 7. Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, from Melbourne, Passengers-Mesdames Chaffey, Morris, Davies, Allen, Taylor,   Bonwell and child, Young, Phillip, Mather and child, Fitzgerald, Mills, 2 children and maid, Lugton, Wood, Bayles, infant and nurse, Grant Gra- ham and child, Bishop and child, Ed- munds and child, Dance, Cock and child, Guard and child, Burgess, Boyle and child, Connors, Pearce, Watts, Hosking and 2 children, Roderick, Murdoch, Armitage, Daniel, Tuck, M'Kay, Gunn and 2 children; and Smith; Misses Barnes (2), Garude, Glanville, Burns, Dance, Montgomery, Miller, Peterson, Dunn, Hickson, M'Kay, Prior, Hughes, Sheffield, Smith, Corbett, Martin, Wall, Per- roltet, Aggar, Lessen (2), Dixon, Pretty, Byrne, Gennell, Ward, Armit- age, Greensill, Jowett, Eldridge, M'Kenzie, Grant, Overend, Davies, Webb (2), Okins, Young, Watt (1), Wood, Neal, Grant, Bishop, M'Kay, Pond, Edmunds ; Nurse Figgis; Messrs. Attwell, Williams (2), Cook, Russell...

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EXPORTS.—January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

EXPORTS.-January 7. Per ss Hotomahana, for Melbourne: -53 bxs butter, 59 ingots tin, W. B. Cocker and Co.; and sundries. Per ss Marrawah, for Melbourne: 40,000ft. timber. Cumming and Co.; 20,000ft. timber, F. H. Haines, and sundries. Koomeela, ss, on her usual light- house trip, was an arrival from Laun- ceston yesterday. After landing   stores, she continued the journey to Burnie and King Island. Lady Loch, ss. reached Devonport yesterday from Melbourne. She is a Federal lighthouse ship, and is on a tour of inspection, which will be con- tinued to-day. Hotomahana ss, from Melbourne via Burnie, reached Devonport at about 8.0 a.m. yesterday. She sailed for Melbourne direct in the afternoon, and is due again to-morrow. Marrawah ss. loaded a large quan- tity of timber, and took her depart- ure yesterday morning for Melbourne. Taviuni, ss. is due to-morrow from Hobart via Burnie. She loads pro- duce, and is to sail the same evening for Sydney direct.  

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