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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Burnie, Tasmania National Library of Australia latest song successes. .?.beavbb. ? Tii Bills. And kisses. Taxi. Hawaiian eyes. Along the Hoad to Gundagai. It Leen Adah. Love s cigarette. Price 2/ each. Posted 2/1. A. W. Birchell & sons pay. Ltd., " the music warehouse Booke st., Devonport. Of Johnston s Tomato sauce essence. Contains la the spices and preservatives necessary to produce a " sauce of very Superior flavor and appearance which Virili keep for any length of _ 8a.veb Money saves iia Bob. Hakes but Tab 8apce. One bottle is Buffi event for 25 pounds of tomatoes. ,7" �/9 postage 9d extra. Obtainable Only from r f. Johnston the chemist Devonport and Latrobe. 1 new world flight. Across the Pacific. ? preparations in hand. London world night Lina been organised by. Captains nor Man Giitl Malins to lie made via thu North Pacific route Over Tho Span of 3000 Miles from Jarn in to Alaska on which petrol and Landing grounds Are not available. An expedition to Rem Edy these1 deficiencies starts on May j .15. The steam yacht frontiersman in command of Captain Pocock will Survey the seaplane route Ami establish .10 depots at intervals of 200 Miles Between Hong Kong and Vancou ver. The yacht will also attend Hie Trinhs Pacific flight is a tender in ease j of emergency. # England Australia e proposed air service. Saving of two weeks. London saturday. The clues Tiki whether Australia receives any Bene lit from Tho Airship service within if months depends How far the Austin inn Primo minister Hou. S. M. Bruce is prepared to support the scheme. If when he comes to England in septem Ber he is prop red to say definitely that extend Australia s Lilian Cihla backing Tho Scheine will by under Way Early in 1025. This Assurance was Given the austra Lian press association in n Speedia interview with lord Burney who is now negotiating with the British govern ment to rim no Airship service via Iii Din and reducing the australian mails journey by. Two weeks. To said Tho committee of Imperial defence is now considering the financial terms of my scheme for no Indian service. I expect finality Early this year. I have not received any support from tile australian government and am getting somewhat tired of beating the air. As soon is the matter is de Eidos a com Pany will by formed the ships built and tic service inaugurated within 18 months. My present scheme embraces what i cell the half stage to India but if or. Bruce comes clothed with authority to Deal with this question Australia can easily be included i Hope to will As that is Tho Only.,sen sible. Course. I Hope to arrange a biweekly service to Liulin together with n weekly Extension to Australia carrying mails passengers and pro duce.," unknown Warrior. French ceremony. , 1ay. s to ivc a sepulchre at Tho ancient Cap ital Over tie body of i Uii kown Tail flier which Luis been exhumed from 80 Luxembourg volunteers who served with the allies in the foreign legion. Tho Romains were escorted to Luxembourg by French soldiers in ? preparation for the final ceremony. Empire s future. Navy essential. Must by pc lax we is. Lon Don col. Amory in a speech at Southampton said that if Tho command of the at lactic and Pacific passed out of our hands it would to Only a matter of n few weeks before our Fate was scaled. Whatever the future Olavi action might be the Navy was bound to be Ocean wide. The fascist. Support for Mussolini. Decision of deputies. Home saturday following the resignation of the Popularise ministers As the result of the Challenge of the. Brime minister Signor Mussolini meeting of 70 Popularise deputies Lias decided to support Signor Mussolini s fascist policy. Signor Mussolini stated of a Charger reviewed 10,000 fascists at the Celebration of the foundation of borne. Ile was cheered by the dense crowds As he passed along the streets at the head of the Long procession. Murder trials. Cold blooded crimes. Cibo Friday. The trial of 15 egyptians charged with conspiring to murder British officials was continued to Day. Tho prosecutor in describing Tho Mur Der plots plans were made to Hill englishmen with a catapult in tended to hurl steel arrows with poisoned tips for Uso it night thus eliminating the risk of detection by the sound of shots. He recounted Tho brutal murder of an englishman s ser vant because it was feared he had warned his master who was going to by murdered also How live members of Tho Gaag which is alleged to have Mur dered or. Alfred Brown when setting ont and asked whore they were going replied to do our duty As a curious action. Claim. For consortium. The Lar y in the Case. London furious action Lins begun at the King s Bench in which to is. Gray claimed damages from Muriel gee a wealthy spinster for. Enticing her husband. The Case follows upon a judicial separation Gran Ted to mrs. Gray in connection with the relationship Between her husband and miss gee. Counsel for mrs. Gray said the Gist of the action had nothing to do with misconduct. It was for loss of rim Soi Tim and the Benefit of having a husband who provided Lier Willi 1 Home and Tho amenities if family life. He contended that if those amenities Wein lost by the defendant s enticements adequate damages could be obtained Dray who had attained to Onia cinc As a veterinary surgeon married the Plain Tiff Iii 18 0. The couple lived happily until 10.17, when miss gee Appen red my the scene. Mrs. Gray Only Dis covered relationship Between her Hus band and miss gee in bum Coal mine disaster. English pit flooded. Loss of life feared. ?.London, a result of i Tho flooding of a coalmine it Pensa Ett Staffordshire five Aro missing and it is feared they arc drowned. Fifty Woro in the nit when the water rushed in. The men made towards tile Shaft but the water was sweeping along behind carrying Timber and everything with it. Presently the Cage became jammed., leaving five men behind. The water had then risen so High that there was Little Hope of their safety. Thousands of people ure lining the pit Bani and pumping is proceeding frantically. I Ireland. Membership of league. Now a Strong London . M White tie Irish Freo state representative at Geneva has handed to the Secretary general of the league of nations Hon. Sir Erie Drummond a note signed by i the minister for external affairs or. I i. Fitzgerald formally applying for i membership of Tho league of nations. In a interview he said that or Lloyd George after the signature of the treaty assured or Griffiths for Mer Premier that the British govern ment would support the request. Ire land proposed to act in the Lengie As a free country with the status of a Mem Ber of the British Commonwealth. The world would not fail to see that ire land was now a Strong country which had recovered internal peace and with Faith in fhe future. . London. Saturday. The j Reo Stato troops have arrested con. Meany be of the prominent leaders of the Irish irregulars. Menny was implicated in Many am Bushes against Tim British. King s visit to Pope protestant protest. Government s a Tew of the matter. London sat inlay. Flip Prim. Minister. Or. Bonni la replying to lie protes Flut demonstration Ngn Lus their majesties proposed visit to tin Vatican said Liat tie government we clearly of opinion that in View of tin Large numbers of catholics Iii the bin pin in .was-obviously., the duty of tin in. Koine to follow the sex amnio twice set by King by weird and pay a Courtesy visit to the Pope. ? i what. Was described As a great protestant Appeal against tie proposed Royal visit to the Pope was made at a packed meeting at Tho Albert Hull a fortnight ago. Lord Risborough who presided moved.1," this great Demon stration of Loyal subjects of the Crown regards with serious apprehension and regret the announcement that Tho King and Queen of great Britain arc visit ing Lui Pope. It respectfully and dutifully submits Thal As this would be a source of great grief to millions of his majesty s devoted subjects the visit should be abandoned and appeals to the prime minister a Bronni Law to submit to the King the ind Isabil Ity of the visit. ? the following re solution was also adopted this meet ing Calls upon Tho government immediately to withdraw Tho British envoy from the Vatican seeing that Diplo Matic relations with the Pope Ore an infringement of the British Constitution no in grave Mounce to Tho Wel fare of this protesting Egypt. The new Constitution. Essentially ? Salute of 101 guns marked Tho Public rejoicing to Day Over tie signing of the Constitution by the King of Egypt. Article three which provides for the exercise of the King s Power by Means of Cabinet ministers makes Tho whole Constitution essentially democratic. Prohibition. British Bill rejected. Overwhelming House of commons by -36 votes to 14 votes re jointed or. E. Serum scour s prohibition Bill. ? i i or. Scrymgeour Independent pro i Hibi zionist introduced a Bill for pro j Hibi Tibig the manufacture or Sale in or importation into Britain of alcoholic liquors except for Industrial scientific or Medicina purposes the last named to be sold in bottles labelled Poison and Only by a doctor s prescription referendum for Alberta. Edmonton Albert saturday. A special committee of the provincial legislature 1ms recommended a referendum on the four questions prohibition licensed Sale of Beer govern ment Sale of Beer and government Sale of All liquors. _. Indian extremists. And he in confinement. Of the same mind still. , interest ing details concerning Gandhi tie auction extremist Lia be been received from the Indian Printer and publisher mho was sentenced it Hie same time and who is now released. Gandhi s View Lins undergone no Cha Ugo. He still Hollis to lie old programme and is firmly convinced Thal the salvation of India is impossible unless Laud spin Ning become Universal be considers that without that Industry it will be impossible to banish pauperism. Gandhi spins daily for four hours otherwise lie is Hirgelt occupied Reading religious books. Tie housewife who Recognises Sliper a Iori to orders 1 re Sorves. Why ? not Ilo tie i German resistance crumbling sudden collapse terms of proposed settlement. Disorderly scenes in Mulheim. Nine killed and 70 others wounded. London saturday. The Dail express " Cologne correspondent say that the scenes at Mulheim suggest red revolution organised from some Ccu trill Headquarters. An unparalleled feature of the sit nation Ivas the spectacle of preach sol diera looking on unconcerned while Germai citizens and Small bodies of police fought the German workmen. The rabble careened through the streets and erected the scene resembled the Paris revolution. It is difficult to estimate., casualties which would probably number fifty. The daily chronicles Mulheim correspondent states that the communist army which for two Days held no the town was beaten Back to Day. Remnants fled to Tho Woods where the police Are endeavouring to effect a Cap Ture. They badly battered the town Hall and smashed vehicles remain is witnesses of the Inte exciting scene. is reported that the Tcasu-1 allies number Niue killed and 70 worst did. ? Moke towns occupied. I the French troops have occupied the stations at Baden Nassau and Dietz without incident. The germans As a reprisal Cut ont tie Telephone wires to Coblenz. Trade unions protest. Suit Tor Borah . Luis re Civ 1 Elf a letter from Secretary Knoll of tie general federation of Trade unions in Germany avowedly represent ing six million workers protesting against Tho French occupation of the Buhr which he declares is annexation and violation. A regards the German nation he adds that the workers of Germany will prevent the re establishment of Tho Mon Archy with their life blood. They believe above All in sex president Wil son s doctrine of self determination. More financial worry. The Murk has further fallen and the rate of Exchange is now 121,000 to the it. Unequal to the struggle. Tho " daily Tele graph v Dusseldorf Corros opulent says Hie truth about Ger ? Phi in tie unequal. Struggle against Frailey Slid has played a weak hand Ami Ranco belgian press ure is now lie aug reduced As resistance is of the thinnest mid a sudden col lapse is imminent. German Pride is die great obstacle barring the Way to a confession of utter defeat. The position of the leaders it Ber Lin is deplorable. Whatever happens doomed to be stoned by their i compatriots. ? one thing is certain Hie bands Are running out. A Way out a reported Timi Mons. . Bar icon for Justice Luis Ira Al Eil a sell me whereby France and Belgium proposes to approach tie reparations question not Morely from the financial aspect but by co opera Ting with Germany on an economic basis by limiting ail apportionment of Coke a lid Iron Between the three Powers concerned so As to enable each to carry on its industries on an equitable basis. This proposition combined with tie specie payment of thirty six Mil i lion Oil Marks would satisfy the Franco belgian demands. The newspapers however speculate As to How Britain and Italy arc Likely to View Tho suggestion. Be journal emphasises the need for making these countries understand that France and Belgium arc not seek ing to create an Industrial Combine but merely a readjustment of product lion Shell steel. Battlefield scraps. Protest against prance. Bondon saturday. Itch foreign of flick Lias protested to Hie French government against tie recen i order prohibiting tie Export to Britain of Bri Tish Sholl steel and scrap resulting from the breaking up of the British Shell dumps in France. A strange feature is that the French govern ment at the same time waived the Export prohibition is far As Belgium and Italy Wye concerned. The president m. Poin Enro attempts to justify the action on the grounds of National expediency but is silent on Tho Point of discrimination Between the allies. " meat subsidy. Alleged dumping. J High commissioner s dental i ? los of australian High commissioner sir Joseph Coo writing to the press in reply to or Harold Cox who. Alleged that austra Lia s subsidy on exported Moat was unfair Competition with the British Farmers states that Australia s Atti tude s that migration and markets Are interdependent. The subsidy is intended to equalise Malters Between Australia and foreign competitors. Ile denies that the method of supplying Britain with goods which she is no Able to Supply for herself is dumping As or. Cox alleged. Wireless rights. Chinese Concession. Protest by . New Vouk is learn Eil that tie United states government Luis made representations to China against granting monopolistic wireless ril Lifs to a japanese company. Tie object is to protect the rights of the american company. Still alive. Man who was poisoned. Trot Rev in tub Kremlin. London saturday. Tho daily express " Moscow correspondent says that Trotsky Lias disposed of reports Thal lie was poisoned and dying by appealing at a meeting in Hie Kremlin weighing iou move limn he did last year. Direct proposals expected. A Washington Telegram says it is Learnt on High authority that a set tic inert of Tho. Lihr crisis Between prance Nonh Gormney is in sight. A coiling to diplomatic advices reaching Washington direct a definite reparations proposal from Germany is Cupec i Ted within a month previous negotiations insuring that it will be accept Able to France a correspondent asserts that the uni Ted states is Likely to play a indirect part is a International commission Snell As or. 0. A. Hughes suggested forms part of the new move. It is understood Tho i situation is favourable to an agreement which is made Possi ble through the informal Good offices of Britain. Britain s position. I lord Buckmaster in tie House in lords a ked to government for u i statement of policy in regard to tie Kulir. He said to should make it Plain to France that we lid not approve of Hor policy which was fraught with danger and. Imposed upon us great and unnecessary disabilities. There was Only one possible any for the world and that1 was in enlarged operations of the league of nations. Lord , in reply said to limit Jar. Bonner Law s terms offered at Tho puris conference and refused by Franco were Moro than generous. He doubted if they would or could have been made by any outlier Power. He suggested the withdrawal of the British forces would not meet with any support from thu government Nind would cause Dis May among the allies. The guiding principle Lind been to preserve Tho in tente1, which was Tho basis of. European i recovery mid peace the policy of been of great value and i it was bettor to do nothing than to i do Tho wrong thing after reviewing the declaration made by France and Belgium and the suggestions. By Ger Many since the occupation of the Ruhr lord Curzon said that Germany showed a capacity for resistance which Lind surprised both her opponents and friends. Lie cent debates in the Reich Stag showed Complete Unity in favor of i continuance of resistance. Was there Ever a situation in the world More difficult the question to Day was who was to Lake the with a View to settlement the government was keeping in touch Willi both sides. The British policy was based on the fact that Germany must pay within the limits of her capacity. The British proposals were not stereotyped. We were prepared to resume discussion on Thom and frankly state our pro pos Ais on the question of Security. He was not without Hope that a solution might yet be found smuggling. Liquor and drugs. American complaints. Drastic action threatened. New York saturday. Washing ton correspondents state that Cabinet after a Long session concerning the it lactic coast liquor smuggling decided i Lin t immediate and drastic action Ris required to end what president thai Ding regards As tie gravest problem of the continual presence on the now Jer sey const. Of numerous liquor lad ii Craft Nuder foreign registry rendering the enforcement of prohibition almost impossible while it is announced that the government has no definite plan formulated it is believed that two lines of action arc being studied namely either to strongly request the co operation of other governments to sup press smuggling or use the Navy to disperse Rimini running vessels. How Ever there is considerable opposition to tie latter course Many officials removing that it. Would result in inter nation complications unfavourable to j the United states. " by shipment seized. Montreal saturday.- police announce that a huge shipment of drugs valued at half a million Dol Lars and intended to be smuggled into Canada and the United states was seized on an unnamed vessel in mid Atlantic by Scotland Yard detectives who secreted Thom solves aboard while the ship Lay in an English port in route from Germany to Halifax. The British secret service in Germany sup plied the tip which led to the smugglers being caught Rcd ended. The vessel has been handed River to the Canadian authorities at Halifax. Khat outrage truce of warring tribes j join . Lahore Punjab Friday there is no further nows As to the rendition or whereabouts of miss Ellis who was kidnapped after her Mother was Mur dered. Two of the Frontier tribes who have been fighting beyond khat pass have arranged a temporary truce to enable them to join the Tribuz operations Thal have been initiated with a View to res cuing miss Ellis. Quality Tallis for . To Mato Anil Worcestershire Ronco defy conference. Outline of proposals. Important subjects. London saturday.- colonial office in outlining Tho scope of Tho economic conference states that it will include consideration of 1 ways and Means for the Fuller development of the natural resources of the dominions. 2 inter Ini Perini Commerce and shipping communications generally. 3 coordinated action for the improvement of technical research. 4 organisation of economic intelligence. � unification of Tho Law or prac Tice in the Emp ii e in certain matters affecting t Rade. Lord Devonport pointed out. That re Garding Oversea settlement the Confer ence will review the Progress on the lines Laid Down by Resolution of the. Imperial conference of. 1921, also the possibilities of further Progress. Consideration will to Given to the work of the bodies already established on a inter Imperial basis for the purpose of economic co operation and probably the various aspects of Exter Nal commercial relations of the empire.?. Under these Heads will Como .1 the question of Mutual co operation among the various governments to safeguard their economic interests in relation to foreign countries 2 proposals for promoting International arrangements for a More equitable treat ment of Commerce 3 the position of government enterprises regarding taxation and Legal liability. Red Russia. Revolutionaries expelled. Further shootings. London sunday. The Politi Ken states that i. Krassin has urged that terrorism cease maintaining that it is not How justified. Ile would re sign if a moderate policy were not adopted. Cd. Tchicherin. Supported him. Coincide entry Hal Kingfors reports that 10,000 counter revolutionaries were lately expelled front Russia and 48,000, tie majority of whom belong to Tho educated class were imprisoned while in. Iii Olieff was making a tour of Caucasia. A rebellion broke out Tho population demanding Independence is a reprisal. There were .028 shot and Ito at other farm strikes. Magistrate s position ? . ? London saturday. In Ofreneo to the,-.criticism of Tito recent incident at Norfolk when the labor Magis i trate from another District attended the North Avn Simm sessions to adjudicate Iii farm strike cases the lord Chancel Lor pointed out that Only the exception Al circumstance could. Justify. Such a course As suspicion might be Engen dered in the Public mind. The mag Istrate so attending might be influenced. By some interests Cir prejudice on one Side or the other. Therefore doubts is to the impartiality of Justice might lie aroused. Apart from 1 Hilt the mag Istrate had the right to sit outside his own District. I. British another outburst. Londonsaturday.- lord pro Vost of Glasgow has declared that the unemployment Dole has a great Demor Alising effect Union. The Community. Hundreds stayed in bed declaring that it we s to work. To was struck with the extraordinary evidence of the incurable Disenso of British laziness. British politics. Ludlow by election. London in tin Day. Tho Ludlow by Cice Tion resulted col. Clive con. �9�g Pryce lib. 7-10 labor polled Only 1420 votes. America and the league. Lord Cecil s Mission. Washington saturday. Lord Robert Cecil Luis visited of president Wilson who was deeply int Creed ? Iii lie former s report As to How his Lea i gue of nations speeches were received in America. I before calling on the sex pc Sidcot Lorch Cecil made a statement that the Assembly of the league of nations is ready to Liston to a by proposal made Rby the United states for amendments i to the Constitution of Tho league with i an open mind. Not convinced. ? lord Cecil after culling on presi Dent Harding gave out. No statement hut intimated that Tho world court plan was discussed. He also met sen Ator Borah. The latter declared that no one could doubt bord Cecil s sincerity in tie be Lief that the league of nations would be a Good thing for the world but he added to has t convinced my it would be a Good thing for the United states mid 1 no quite sure he has not convinced Tho american the mandates. Committee to to p0kt. Geneva Council of tie league of nations Luis considered Hie question of the naturalisation of inhabitants of mandatory countries and has referred the subject to committee for report. Shipping Board s vessels. American instruction. Washington . C. E. Ii ugliest Hie Secretary of state Lias is sued instructions to America s Diplo i Miltie of fliers based on the communication from or. Lasker which stated that some foreign governments were doubt Ful concerning Hie status of the ship Ping Board s vessels. He declares that the United states does not claim that such vessels Are entitled to immunities or advantages usually accorded government owned vessels of a foreign nation. Royal wedding. Elaborate preparations. to be suspended. London Prepa a Tiona arc being in nolo to Deal Willi the traffic at Tho wedding of the Dulce of York and lady Elizabeth Howes Lyons. Nearly-9000 police including -1000. Specials have been engaged. Traffic will be suspended at the approach to Westminster Abbey is from in the morning. The Bride s Trousseau will include a Chic Day gown of simple straight de sign with rather High neck opening Down the. Centre of Tho bodice. It will be outlined in Gold embroidery with Gold embroidered. Ornaments of egyptian design beneath which full Ness the bodice will be draped. The sleeves will to Long and ? open to the Elbow and embroidered with Gold. The Kirt will by slightly Ope from the Iii upwards revealing a under. Ires s of Vinck divorce. The wife appeals. Never ending " Cash. Bondon �. Russell Luis appealed against the divorce do Crea ecu Eutzly obtained against Lier by her husband after prolonged litigation and much unsavoury detail. Turkey s views. Wants the Worth of peace. Imbt Pasha talks. Belgrade saturday. Ismert i Aslia Iii Ca route to Lausanne. Prior to leaving Herc to said that Turkey was disposed to Hinke concessions if tie allies evinced Goodwill lint lie added of we find at Lausanne. The same opposition is last time we shall i m mediately leave the. Conference which act would not Only he the beginning of enmity but. Very Likely commence a new War. We Are desirous of Tondini j big peace but we want the Worth of j Thal ponce.", a go la opens its most festive week with St George s Day and shakes Peare s Day hell ringing celebrations followed by. The Duke of York s wed Ding ,011 thursday and tie cup final on on thursday will be on practically the same scale As those at Princess Mary s wedding. Tho marriage of Tho popular Royal Prince to Tho Duke s daughter has seized the Public imagination. The Duke s Choice is universally approved As lady Elizabeth is a Pepito and charming girl who Lias won nil hearts. She displays obvious happiness and Frank Delight with the wedding presents. She is frequently seen with the Prince walking Iii Bond Street and Hyde Park. London is already full of visitors from America and the continent while excursions Are bringing thousands from Tho provinces. The. Big stores arc lavishly Decora Ted Many on Tho frontage besides the interiors. Hotels arc running gala nights All the week and there Are Dan Ces everywhere. Several great Pur Les have been to Buckingham Palace to Sec the last Abbey arrangements arc completed and Dilly line weather is Nee ded ? l strange rites. Late Prince Kita. Remains japan., Paris saturday. Tji Ere was an impressive ceremony it the japanese embassy prior to the departure Ollie remains of the late Prince Rita for Tapan. Ali outstanding feature were tie Pray ers cabled from Japan and read by vis . Iii View of the sol emn duties of the Viscount Titre Days were devoted to a complicated list of purification ceremonies. Jute workers strike. 00,000 i Nick. Calcutta Ute Mill workers Aro on strike anti there Are 20,000 Idle. 3l i. Choose a vocation and you May feel confident that. You a securing a phonograph of highest Quality Superior in tone in appearance and Richer in special features than any other phonograph on the Market. The vocation undoubtedly gives you the finest phonograph music Ever produced especially when placing the new vocation record. M m Sou to Kris Findlay s pay. Ltd. Apollo House George st., Sun Ctm Alu i Hobart Devonport i Baralt. Don t worry Well Dye for Yon m. Feldman and son Art dyers and dry cleaners factory to ii is Corner Rooke uni Oldaker streets West Devonport. We do All kinds of dyeing and clean ing. Fur Coats dyed and dressed., Lints remodelled. Satisfy aet Ion Itara it ced. 16 years " English experience. A two year guaranteed lever for the Farmer and Bushman. Without hesitation we eau re commend it 1 or reliability. Nickel Silver " screwed cases. Compensated and tested. We bold the most elaborate Stock of every known watch from the Rotherham �7, to the Hoy proof 9/ti. Call and see our magnificent Range before buying elsewhere. Hodgkinson practical watchmaker ring maker and jeweller. Ulverstone. Phone 12. Phone 12. Where mail orders receive prompt ? or. / Mumm Mem ladies visit our millinery department. We Are making a display of the latest creations in models and. Ready to wears. The styles Are exceptionally attractive. A special offer i one week Only to in a. By 9 the Block Rooke Street Pevon por

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