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LYELL DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC COST OF TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

LYELL DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC COST" OF TREATMENT. GORMANSTON,. Thursday. - Tho Gormanston Council last night consid ered tho Queenstown Hospital Union's account of £300/18/ for the treatment of recent diphtheria patients at Gor manston nnd Linda. The council de cided to offer the hospital £100 in full settlement. : The Hospital Union will probably accept this offer and close the matter. - _j_

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MUST HAVE PASSPORTS AUSTRALIAN GLOBE-TROTTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

MUST, HAVE PASSPORTS AUSTRALIAN GLOBE-TROTTERS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.-Notwith standing tho casing of thc war posi tion, it is not yet possible to abolish the passport system in connection with Australians who desire to travel abroad. Action in this connection will be taken in conjunction with the Imperial Government. ' ? Some of the objections to the issue of passports have recently been re moved._

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RABIES IMPORTATION OF DOGS PROHIBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

RABIES ' IMPORTATION OF DOGS PRO HIBITED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. - A pro clamation has been issued prohibiting tho importation of dogs from abroad to the Commonwealth. This action has been taken on account of the preval ence of rabies in some countries.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOLDIERS' BILLS OF SALE NEW REGULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

I SOLDIERS' BILLS OF SALE B NEW .«KCrLATIOS. , ] IAIFXnOntNH', Thurylav.-Á Fede ral isolation lias 1.n niado render ing it unnecessary f,,r bills of salo Riven »>y returned soldier* to tho Ttepatria taa. Department to h- registered tinder »lie State law A register will he kept In tho. departía, nt and they will bo toted in. tins. There is no prevision lor lodging caveats against such" bills

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

I LAUNCESTON. Tte. R. A. Cassidy. Rte. E. Cullen, 2nd A.G.H. Fte. R. J. ATooIcox, 12th Batt. Pte. E. A. "Wiedenamm. Pte. L. Singlinc, 40th Batt.

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VARIOUS STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

VARIOUS STATIONS. Pic. Wilkins, Smithton. Pte. A. D. Frcneh M.M.,- Barrington. Pte. C. H. Kerslake, Wilmot. Lient. R. H. Stephens, Beaconsfield. Pte. C. L. Viney. Moltema. Pte. P. T. Cos, Staverton. Pte. A. G. Dick. Penguin. Pte. J. P. Keogh. Penguin. Pto. T. L. Kingsley, Queenstown. Itu. J S. Leach. Irishtown.

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NURSING SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

NURSING SISTERS. Sister Booth. Sister Green.  

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ANZACS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

ANZACS. Capt. C. Abey, M.C., 1st D.T., laun ceston. Tpmporarv-Capt. E. D. Cummings, D.F.A.. A.F.C., Hobart. Corpl. AA". D. Saunders, 4th D.T., Ho bart. Brr. A. Sevmour. 1st D.T., Hobart. Scrgt. R. Timothy, 12th Batt., Laun ceston. Coq)!, A. V. Turner, D.C.M., 9th Batt., Launceston. Pte. AV. Woolnough, 9th Batt., Laun ceston. Corpl. L. M. Westbrook, Hobart

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ENTERTAINMENT AT DEVONPORT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

EXTCRTATXSIEXT AT DEVONPORT At Hie Devonport railway station the trnin was met by the Warden (Cr. H. H.iM'Fiel, members of the Red Cross and O.A.S. societies, and refreshments and comforts were, provided.. The War den heartily welcomed the men back to their native country, and spoke elo quently of the splendid services they had rendered.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNITION WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

MUXTTION WORKERS. J. R. Brown, J. P. Neilson, and -. Young.

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POTATOES OVER £20 A TON. RECORD PRICES AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

POTATOES OVER £S0 A TON". RECORD PRICES AT BRISBANE. PWSHANE. Thursday.-"] he puce of. potatoes, which has been Í; f xecedinglv high for snmo wceki, lind a farther ad vance 'to-day. when 18 bags from Ner ang were Sohl nt £30/3/4 per ton. This constitutes a record for. Queensland. Tba previous highest price was-paid 30 '.ears ago, when potatoes realised a fer' nrnco above or bdow £30. . .. In. maize, also, a record in price .was rf ached to-day. as 12'bags changed hands aW/lOjd. _

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE GRIP OF THE DROUGHT SYDNEY'S BIG PRICES NEW RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

IN THE GRIP OF THE DROUGHT I SYDNEY'S BIG PRICES j NEW RECORDS. Reports Saturday's Sydney : ."Daily Telegraph":- . . " -'? Tlié seriousness of the drought is finding a striking reflex iii . the "con tinued abnormally high prices for pro duce in thc wholesale markets of. the city.; ? , ; ..: :?- ó-If In Sussex Street yesterday all class es of forage and grain, together with potatoes, were scarce Uind ¡quoted at substantial advances on the high rates I ruling at the opcning^ofj.tneiweek. I The position in-the-potnto-market was particularly .acute., SupjilicB wero unprecedentedly ' lieht* apa -í new price records were . established. l^A small consignment of Manhattans from, thc Windsor district realised 24/6 per cwt. at tho railway auction .-yards. Other lots'sold from 22/' ncr «cwt. Those rates wero declared to be the* highest paid for local potatoes during ; the last 20 years. Thc North "Coast, po tato crop is reported "to" bo" practically exhausted. The .only arrivals from that quar...

Publication Title: Advocate
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REPORTS OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

?REPORTS OF TITE DROUGIIT.' ? Th ree paragraphs from" N.S.; \) ales country centres: CANOWINDRA.-Tlie drought con ditions throughout tho district aro causing considerable anxiety. There is a decided -shortage of water for' both household and stock'purposes. Many stockwncrs who were not well sup plied with dams are driving stock miles to water. ' . '{'.". ', SINGLETON. - Thc drought -con tinues; and tho district' is in a' very bad ¡state. During the past four months only a little over 2in. of rain fell, and the total for- the'-year was lcDo points. This was tim lowest regis tration for 32 years, with the excep tion of 1883, when tho year's record was five points less. Tu RR EN - JUNCTION.-For the yew just ended a total of 993 points of rain was recorded, which is the second Wet total during tho past 40 years, tho lowest being for 1902, when only. S22 ' points' fell. .Although not ío ttó comna'red with thc 1902 drought, pas toralists have experienced a very severe year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

HORSES AND CATTLE Are just as liable as man to cut;, bruises, strains and lameness. Ur. Maund'a Old Timo ICaledonian Oil, if ' applied according to tko dictates of commonsense, will bo found most ef fectual in producing a cure. 'Knle donian Oil can certainly bo called the farmer and settler's friend. Although it is not claimed to bo a- cure-all, it is certainty .very, close to it. At all events it is the most useful remedy yon caa havo on hand for all minor ailments likely to occur in tho Home br stable. For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Backacho and general bodily pains Knledoninn Oil, well-massaged into tho muscles, rarely fails to give prumpt relief. Numbers of well satisfied users constantly write us tell ing tho benefits iVcy get from tho uso of the Oil, and wc find that they recommend it to their friends. Try it .and be convinced. Old Time Kale donian.- Oil is an old and 'ric.! remedy of many years standing;, il relieves and« cures Bruises, - Cuts Headache,. Lumbago, Muscular ...

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"THINGS GOING WELL." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

? "THIXGS GOïXG WELL." IIS. Vftlncs.lay.-MrV" Terris . Chronicle"!, cahlcs: ts aro goint: well in connc-c ith tho. fortliconrns Peace Con Tho extraordinarily warm nt "¡iven to President, Wilson oublie, anil tile quiet, kindly finite resolution of the British .ment, have overcome the dan it Europe would revert to the humed system of militarism, ?an statesmen have come np t the American brain working on ireet disease of world pol'tics. ?suits will he revolutionary, hut appy elian;_'e would haw been ihle without tile enwiietic svm of the British Government, chiefs of tho British Foreign fame to Paris with definite plans far-reaehiiiL' character, which ave leen elaborating for a year, .loyd Courue is nut. afraid to ure the old-fashioned militarist ls. It t's practically certain he Allies ¡md America are deter to establish a world trustee or smaller nationalities. The will also establish a ivurld exo to solve future international neos without war. Cnder this e. parts of Turkey or the Ger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

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STOWED AWAY ON THE WAREATEA LAUNCESTON BOY'S ESCAPADE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

STOWED AWAY ON TflE WAREATEA ¡ LAUNCESTON BOY'S ESCAPADE. LAUNCESTON', Thursday, - A 15 year-old lad named Addison has been missing from bis homo in Lytton street, Inveresk, since Monday even To-night a message was received from Burnie stating that a boy correspond- . iug with Addison had been found stowed away abo.ird the ss Waroate.i dorine; tlie vessel's trip from Latinees-'{ ton to Burnie

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"ALARMING HEADWAY" BOLSHEVISM IN U.S. OFFICIAL AMERICAN STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

"AL4RMINTG_HEADWAY" BOLSHEVISM IN UN OFFICIAL AMERICAN STATEMENT NEW YORK, Wednesday.-Depart ment of Justice agents hare discover ed tho existence of a fund of £100,000 which was sent to New York by Lén ine for the promotion of Bolshevism in the United States. It is officially stated that Bolshevism is making alarming headway.

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RAGGED RED ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

RAGGED RED ARMY. LONDON, Wednesday.-Tho "Daily Chronicle's" Rotterdam correspondent telegraphs: A startling fact has been disclosed. The Workers' Councils have taken tho precaution to retain strong military forces in readiness for the present crisis. Councils so arranged demobili sation that they released only those who did not possess the revolutionary I spirit-mostly tho industrious, sober i clements who were anxious to return to their homes at thc earliest possible moment. Thus, the remainder aro now nader arms in the Red Army, with which aro associated many disorderly characters who rfrefer a Bolshevik regime to resuming civil work. Herein lies the secret nf the success of the Berlin coup d'etat. The plot was evi dently carefully prepared, and it has t.il-en Tferr Ebert hv surprise, but counter-measures aro likely io (lunge tho capital into the throes of civil FILMING THE FIGHTING. Details of the pghting in Berlin on Teosdnv aro lacking. It is believed that tho Government troops...

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