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HOSTILITIES CEASE. TRUCE REPORTED SIGNED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
HOSTILITIES CEASE. 4 ?????%?? 'v.' TRUCE REPORTED SIGNED. . Reuter's Berne correspondent states --that -Star Le deboui* and three others weve sent as envoys to idiscuss with -the Goveiimient party weasures r necessary : ,|o avoid further bloodshed. A itiite of truce restUtedf i^e, -Spartaci.stsa])parieutly aecejjting thd GoyeftoneJi^'s 'con ditions, namely the di^]wa^etft.^.all'p3i$dri% esj^t soldiers, the iniihediate c^aciiatiou' of 'all buildaigs jand the submission of General von Ifiichhoru. :
FIGHTING FLUCTUATES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
FIGaTIN0^LXJCTUATES. ' - . '.LONDON, Thursday. r Reuter's Basle correspondent states tliat the Spar taeists have seized the arsenals' at. SpandU.- Fighting continued in the streets o£B$j?lia all night aiid gigantic demonstrations occurred in ;ihe Alexander Plats?; Later on General von Eichhorn was Aipmentarily mastei- of the situation. Dr. Liebkiieeht lialrangued the ci-owds and urged them all not to returji to work and declared; the Government must resign, - ? The 'Franlcfui'ter ?eituiig' states that; the Spar taeists were eventually- ejected f'i'din ;the- Chancellor's Palace: They th^n oecupied^he po'stvQffice. c«
INTERNECINE WAR. FORCED ENTRY TO [?]HANCELLOR'S PALACE. COPENHAGEN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
INTERNECIIfE WAR. P0R€Et) MTRY*lM^^5gELLdRj$ PALACE. ? «' ' COPENHAGEN. Thursday. ' ' Messages f roin FraukjuH .'StSi;e' t^rat a Council of 'War' was held in BerliiLat the Claneellpr's Palace on January 6, the Soviet executive- pariicipating. The Government decided to* use all force to subdue tlie Spartacists and General Npske Avas apppiiijed eonnnaiider-in-cliief. The Government troops ^were cbuvcy eel in inotor cars to the centre of Berlin, concentrating' neat., the Ohancellor's Palace iind the Govermnopt refused , to negotiate with the Spartaeiats. l?oth sijles occupy , positions in the Wilhelmstrasse,: a hundred -yards; apart, prepared to fiffht. i . - 1 Reuter's Basle correspondent says the 'Fi^kiseher- juricr' reports that' the cdntre oi Bprliii was the scene of heavy lighting. The ^partacists forced their way . into the Cbaneellor',s Pa-Ujce,- from, .where they fired 011 the 'Yorwaerts' buildings. General von Eiclihorn with troops have taken up- strong positiou in the Royal s...
FRACAS AT NEWCASTLE. SEAMEN ATTACK OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
-FRACAS AT NEWCASTLE. I SEAMEN ATTACK OFFICERS. A fracas occurred on the Bussian barque Bowena at Ncwcjjstle on Wed nesday between the seamen and a ship's officer. The Bovrena was leaving the wharf for an anchorage in the stream pre paratory to putting to sea, when a, num ber of seamen, who wished to bq put ashore, rushed tho chief mate, Ivnn .Tohannsen, who waB navigating tho ship. They assaulted him, and for.-; protection he haid to climb to the top ' ?of tho main mast. A seaman climbed' up after him with a knife. Whilst thci chief mate was being attacked' a sec-: tion of the crew 6et upou tho second mate,' Bowhuin,.' and maltreated him; Tlio arrival of the police stopped iho, trouble. Tho nffray was caused through ..the; seamen wishing to be paid off. The articles provided for their being paid off at Newcastle, but. as they are Rus sian subjects, and there is 110 Russian consul iu - Australia, .the captain was msbls.io.i4o this, aud-ia4. to ;4Wp'the- ,WR pJL
AUSTRALIAN POLITICIAN. TO VISIT SWITZERLAND. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
AUSTRAy^NPOLITICIAN. ?i iv ? - ; 4, TO' TJRIT, SWIXZBELAND. (Uiiited Service.) , LOKDON, Thursday. . The mo vements of Mr, Frank Austey, M.P., are- ekeitihg interest. Be goes, to Switzerland very ehorth-. (iir. AnBtcy is tb^ ntember lor Bourke in the Federal 'Parliament. He was born iti Jvnjjland and came ,to Australia as a poor/bov, IShqf tly befpre the Australian Peate 'lHsteon left he was granted per mission to Jeave the Commonwealth to visit his aifik''UKitlier '.'iu';Engiand and worked his -passage fts n sailor, lis old avocation. ;. He -ii one .of the finest ora tors iii. Australia.) 5 *?
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.— JANUARY PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 10 January 1919
: v CALENDAR . FOR -THE WEEK.— y.$ . k: -l 'JANUARY; £ ' ?' PHASES OF THE* MOON. ^ 'Kcw Moon, 2nd, at -*.24^).ni. , j 'First Quarter, ptb,. at: 8.55,- p.m. j ; Full iMoon, 16th, at G.-54'i--m. . Last , Quarter, 24A,' at a^a;|^Ei. ii :2?erigee, nth,' at S.ia.p.m. i Apbg'ce, 24th, at 9.24 a.rn. : ' f . 'Sun' Rises. Sets, j Saturday, 4th .. 5-!2 7-54 ' Sunday, 5 th ? ... - ? .5.1 a 7- 54 Monday, 6th .. ... ?? ; 5-J3 7-54 Tuesday, 7th .... ? ?...? J5-M 7-54 Wednesday, Sth .. ?? ... ' 5-r5 7-54 Thursday, 9th. .. ? ?? S-\6 7.54 Friday, 10th ... ., .. ?? 5. 17 7-54 MBBi DULIilDIKBTlSlB . 4 .'? . fill is tnit wiil* ft*1!0' Savijieto adTiM tht ,ptiblit^*ay . *? $M. ^.^tcuEpsr. :1: FBIDAY, ; JANUARY -10, 1919.