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THE MARKETS. PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

" THE MARKETS. PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday.-Eggs. new laid, 2/8 to 2/9; broom millet, £65 to £75 per ton- oats, Tasmanian white, to 5/9; Algerian, 5/2 to .5/3; milling, 5/8 . per bushel; maize, Northern Rivers, prime dry yellow, 7/9; white, to 7/6 per bushel; lucerne hay, Hunter River, dry, to £10/10/; soft leafy, to £8/10/ per ton; onions, Victorian brown Spanish, £14 to £14/10/, New Neuland, £13 pei ton; peas, grey, 8/6 to 8/9; blue, 9/6 per bushel; bran, cash, £5/15/; booked, £5/ 17/6 per ton; pollard, cash; £6/15/; booked, £6/17/6 per ton; potatoes, Tas- manian Brownells and Plunketts, £14; whiteskins, £13; Victorian, to £10/10/ per ton; oaten chaff, to £9/10/; oaten hay, to £10/10/; wheat chaff, to £9/15/. ADELAIDE, Wednesday.-Owing to the scarcity of offal in the city, supplies are being drawn from country mills; oats were firm at 4/7 to 4/8; barley was steady, English about 5/3 to 5/4; Cape, 4/ to 4/2; chaff was firmer owing - to higher costs conseouent on coal restric- tions;...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

POPULAR COLUMN. IO words, 2 lines 15. " 3 ,, . .20 " 4 25 " 5 ;, . /ViSK for Elco Brand 'Hosiery. Made in Tasmania. T}V>R SALE, Donkey, Monkey, and. . Crane. Apply Fruton, West Ulver- stone. OR SALE, 60 Paper-back Novels, 10/. Leven Office. T ET us know if you don't get copy of Lever every week. MEiNTlON this Paper when buying from, advertisers. ^UPPORT those who support the *^ Lever. WANTED, i-room House, Ulverstone, immediately. -'House," Leven Office. s. Û 1 0 1 9 2 6 2> 3 I Readers Please Note.-We guaran- tee a weekly circulation of 1000 copies in the Leven municipality. J. JONES & CO., . LTD., SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY, Specialise in Farmers Produce, sold by Principals of the firm personally. High- est Prices. Prompt Returns. C. WASHINGTON BROWN,' Ulverstone, Agent Leven District. Telephone 68.

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BLUE PEAS, AND WHY? [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

BLUE PEAS, AND WHY? Why are they called blue peas, when they are really green; whilst "grey" peas are not grey, but brown? Also, grey peas have blue blossom, whilst blue peas blossom in white. Think it over.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

VERY BOD Y BUYS TOIIR JEWELLERY," CLOCKS AND ELECTROPLATE WARE FROM HODGKINSON, / ? . ' ULVERSTONE. DO YOU? A. H. OOBERN, LADIES' AND GENT'S TAILOR, REIBET STREET, ULVERSTONE. My Motto: "Satisfaction to Clients, and with Credit to Myseilf." TRY ME FOR A COSTUME OR SUIT. FEED. PORTER, PAINTER, DECORATOR, AND . PATER IIA XGrER. Illuminated Rolls of Honour Specially . " Prepared. . KING EDWARD ST., ULVERSTONE. ? W A. PETERS, BULIDÍBR AND CONTRACTOR, Reihey St., Ulverstone. Buyer of Second-hand Furniture, Sup- plier of New BxiiRhng- Materials.-Stock- ed Joinery Work a specialty. Paint- ing and Decollating. Personal Supervision in all- Matters. J. M. M'DONOUGH, ' L.D.S., VIC. (Licentiate Dental Surgery, Melb. University), DENTIST, ULVERSTONE. Hours: 9.SO-5. Saturdays till 1 o'clock. Penguin : Every Wednesday, 12-4. WM. CRAWFORD, LAND AGENT, ULVERSTONE. Has- FOR SALE ¡good selection Farms, tlousea, Building Sites, And Business Propositions. MRS. MORTON'S LEVENBANK PRIVATE1 HOSPITAL, ULVER...

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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

FRUIT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. - The following are the Avholesale prices ruling at the Western Market to-day:-Apples, good to choice catii: g, 7/ to 10/; inferior eating, 4/ to G/ ; good to choice cooking, 7/ to 9/; inferior cooking, 4/ to 6/; Tas- manian 7/ to 10/; lemons, 11/ to 13/; mandarins. N.S.W., 14/ to 18/-* oranges, Mildura, .11/ to 1.3/: Queensland. 12/ to 14/; Navels, 10/ to 12/; passion fruit, 12/ to 20/; pine apples, Queens, 14/ to 15/ per double case. SYDNEY, Wcdncsdiay. - Apples*, local dessert, choice, 10/ to 14/; cooking, choice, 7/ to 8/; extra choice, to ll/; Tasmanian Jonathans extra choice, 31/ to 12/; SPM, extra choice, 11/ to 12/; special brands, 12/ per Imshcl casie; bananas, Tweed River, 20/ to 25/ per case; pine apples, Queens, 9/ to 12/; Commons and Ripleys, 8/ to 10/ per case; oranges, local, choice, 9/ per bushel case; mandarins, choice. 10/; pears. Victorian BDC, 5/ to 6/: Howells, 8/ to 10/; Keiffer, 6/ to 8/ per bushel caso; Tasmanian WN and WC, 5/ to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

TONE YOUR SYSTEM UP BY TAKING OUR ... VIN PERU The only Tonic Wine with a direct combat ve action on PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. Palatable and delightfully stimulative PRICE, 4/6. Obtainable only at A. J. COLLINS & CO. The Medical Hall, ULVERSTONE WATCH THIS SPACE ! CROCKERY VALUES ARE ALWAYS   GOOD AT THE BIG STORE, JUST NOW THE VALUES WE OFFER ARE UNEQUALLED ANYWHERE.   TOILET SETS, IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND COLORS. Our Stock , includes FULL-SIZE SIX PIECE SETS, decorated in Delicate Shades of Pink, Brown, Greens, etc. Your choice of 50 SETS from 35/ to 55/. BEST ENGLISH CHINA CUPS AND     SAUCERS, in White and Gold, Pink and Gold, Celeste and Gold, from 15/ dozen. BLAIR'S SILVER CHINA, and COBALT BLAIR'S SILVER CHINA AND COBALT BLUE CUPS AND SAUCERS. ASSORTED DESIGNS ENGLISH CUPS AND SAUCERS, in tasteful Floral De- corations. ENGLISH SEMI-PORCELAIN CUPS           &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

E. A. CLEAVER, The House for' Hardware, Brushware, Tinware, Cutlery, Crockery and Glass Ware, Guns and Cartridges, and all La- bour-saving Novelties.. . We strive to please, and wfant your trade. E. A. CLEAVER, IRONMONGER, ..Telephone 56. Ulverstone. T ALWAYS PUT MY HORSE ÍJP AT X FURNER'S HOTEiL, STABLES, RUN BY JOHN SMITH. There's a Square Feed and a Square Deal for Man and Horse. SAY, WHAT ABOUT THAT WINTER SUIT? Enormous Stock of Suitings to select "from". Prices Right. Lo*ok us up. FRED. L. PARSONS, TAILOR, ¡ETO., Successor to A. A. Devlin.. J. J. DROLIN, PATRICK ST., ULVERSTONE. is the man to consult if you want a good ROOF on your house, or a TANK hat holds-water, or a HOT WATER SERVICE that is hot. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Foott wear at Old Prices. Now is the time to make your Purchases ' in Ladies', Gent's, and (Children's Footwear. Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed. VICTORIA BITTER ALE IS THE VERY BEST. ASK FOR IT. DON CO., UL V( ...

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NOT PROVED A BRITISH SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

NOT PROVED A BRITISH SHIP. BURNIE.. Wednesday.---Two mem-   bers of the Timaru's crew' were charged at the Police Court this morn- ing with having deserted ship. They pleaded not guilty, and the charge was dismissed on the ground that it had not been proved that the Timaru was a British vessel.

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Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

"Hello! What's this all about?" A very natural question to be asked by anybody who handles the first num- ber of a small, unpretentious "local   rag," given away by the thousand. The question having been asked, it shall have an answer. This paper is "all about" the Leven Municipality in more senses than one, for it is cir- culated "all about" the Municipality,   and it will record "all about" the do- ings in the Municipality. "The Leven Lever." . Why "Lever" ? Firstly, be- cause it forms a jingle with Leven, and is therefore a pleasurable title; and again, because it hopes to act as such in pushing on the best interests and prosperity of the Municipality as a whole. Why emphasise "as a whole"?-be- cause its policy will be to not boost up one particular section of the com- munity or their whims and fancies ; nor will it be under the dictatorship of any caucus or motley combination of fanatics or extremists. "The Lever" is out to put up a good fight for the w...

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No Fair Representation Redistribution of Wards Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

  No fair Representation   Redistribution of Wards Wanted     TABLE CAPE, Tuesday.-One of three deputationists who recently waited on the-Table Cape Council, ask- ing for a re-distribution of the wards, said that he had been 50 years in the district, and considered that the coun- try areas had never had a fair deal. The Boat Harbor road was a disgrace. Twelve months ago a petition and over 100 names had been sent in, but no- thing was done. The Council decided that before the next annual election the matter should be fully considered.

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PORT REVENUE FALLS OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

PORT.REVENUE FALLS OFF. BURNIE,, Wednesday.-At to-day's meeting of the Burnie Marine Board it was stated that the port's revenue for the five months ending May, 1919, was £2016/17/11, as against £3905 6/5 for the same period last year. The Rev. Father O'Donnell is ex- pected to leave England for Australia soon. In a recent letter to a friend he stated that his stay in Tasmania would he a short one, and he would re- turn to Europe. On Sunday Sergeant Douglas George Bishton, aged 31, died at his mother's residence, East Devonport. Sergeant Bishton, who enlisted with reinforce- ments for the 12th Battalion, was gass- ed and invalided home. He return- ed to work, but recently was forced to take to his bed; He eventually died

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SLATE AT WYNYARD. Said to Equal Welsh A Syndicate's Intentions [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

SLATE AT WYNYARD. Said to Equal Welsh A Syndicate's Intentions The Wynyard Slate Prospecting Syn- dicate is operating on a large body of slate on its property of 124 acres, situated abouts three chains from the Deep Creek road, and about three miles from Wynyard. The slate runs right through a hill, and is splendidly placed for quarrying purposes. The development work is being car- ried out under the management of   Mr. Thomas Williams, a slate ex- pert who learned his business in the Penrhyn quarries, South Wales. He has a number of men exposing and opening up the face for several chains in width, and about 40ft. in depth, and is tracing the body of slate through- out the property. Mr. Williams states that the slate is an immense body, the best he has seen of splendid qual- ity and color, easily worked. It is   equal, if not superior, to the best Welsh slate. The syndicate, after it has fully   opened up the property, intends to ob- tain finan...

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"ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH DEAR FRIENDS ONCE MORE." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

"ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH DEAR FRIENDS ONCE MORE." Well, our Mr. Hobbs has come through a clean fight on his part, and once again will return to the Parlia- mentary benches to fight the good fight for Leven particularly, and the Darwin division generally. By the way, Mr. Hobbs, haven't we got rather a big millstone round our neck as a Municipality in the Har- bour, and its debts, something weigh- ing in the region of £35,000? And aren't you personally of the opinion that Ulverstone has no other, nor can it have any other, more im- portant matter to fight out in Par- liament than this Harbour question and its debts? We hear you say, "Yes, that is so." Well, that being so, does it strike you as an extraordinary thing that when you asked one of your fellow-mem- bers of the Leven Harbour Board to sign your nomination papers, he turn-   ed down the request? One would have thought that one and all of these men would have been out as your lieutenants, fighting shoul- der to s...

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REPATRIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 14 June 1919

REPATRIATION. It will be the endeavour of the "Lever" to keep Repatriation before its readers. Little is known of the full meaning of this word yet, and less is known of what it means to the peo- ple of Leven: If we are to be guided by the Repat- riation Act itself, by the Minister for Repatriation, Senator Millen ; by Mr.   Ovington, Chief Inspector in the Re-   patriation Department; by Lieut.-Col. J. F. Humphries, Deputy-Comptroller of Repatriation in Tasmania; and Mr.   Lindsay Gunn, Chairman of the Re-   patriation Board in Tasmania, we must ONCE AND FOR ALL drop any cranky humours we may have in our heads, eliminate all per- have in bur heads, eliminate all personal spites and prejudices, and toe the line to common- sense and common justice to the re- turned war heroes and their depen- dants, and accept as a fact the respon- sibility of doing for them what the Repatriation Act does not do, even when such is unmistakably just,...

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ULVERSTONE CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

ULVERSTONE CHATTER. Most of Ulverstone's "noble six hun i dred" have returned home, some ac- companied by 'their brides. Two at least of the warriors remembered the girls-tliey left behind them, Lieut. (Monty) Williams led Miss Lily Hall to the altar, where nhe said, "I will," and Miss Grace Archer was induced to give the same answer to Mr. Claud Drake. During Lieut. Williams' absence the pills and poisons were dispensed by the popular "Mac," who now makes way for a re- _ turned soldier. It is pleasing to hear that "Mac" will resume the pestle and mortar at another Coastal centre. The 'flu is widely prevalent through- out the district. Dr. and Mrs. Ferris have had a great fight with it,' and are not yt1! out of the wood. Dr. Gollan is working night and day, - and is, like a well-advertised distiller, "still going strong." «rf'll IThe "Lever*' gives a guaranteed cir- § ¡j culation of 1000 copies every Friday j in the Leven municipality. 1 An advert, in the "Lever" is one of I à hundr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

POPULAR: COLUMN. W ANTED, Competent Energetic Boots; Apply Fumer's .Hotel, Ulverstone. "E^ARMERS--What price did you get for . your cream before the Ulverstone Butter Factory came along ? 4cl. to 6d. pea' lb. What price 'do you get now ? --1/5 to l/6. : . ' ' T^AR'MERS, become shareholders in the . Ulverstone Butter Factory, and get your share, of the profits after receiving 1/6 for your cream. ARMERS !. Send your cream to the U.B.F. and support a local indus- try and benefit yourself at the same time. . . _ : T^OR SALÈJ, in 4 ton lots, best 2ft. Firewood, 8/ per ton of 50ft., de- livered Ulverstone. Booth, Reibey st. "|"'F you are building get a dorice for CONCRETE House no -paint; no fire insurance policy. FENTON; Ulver- stone._- ^__ - ? ' j WO G-ents. and two Ladies' second ' hand Cycles in thorough repair, new tubes and tyres, brakes, etc., to suit buyers H. and W. McDonald, Leven Cycle Works, Ulverstone. TpOR SALE-4 Handsome Blackwood Dining-room Chairs, covered imi- tation cro...

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ON DIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

. ... ON DIT. . The Council' will not pay any ac- count If rendered for plans and advice supplied in years gone hy for the new Town Hall'. They will repudiate hav- ing given any instructions for the pre- paration of same. - -Whilst Mrs.'Ferris, president of the Red Cross Society is laid on one side with 'flu and physical prostration, the result of over-taxing lier strength in preparing the Stn te schools for the I "pneumonies," the ordinary activities 'of the organisation are being handled by the secretary, and, with the ready help of outsiders, several families down with ordim-.ry influenza in the district have been supplied with broth and. eggs, etc., ano a daily visit of con- solation and encouragehient from the secretary. , . ,

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MR HOBBS' £150 A YEAR NOT WORTH CONSIDERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

MR HOBBS' £150 À YEAR NOT WORTH CONSIDERING. People are asking is it possible to' say anything mor." than has been said in the "Leven Lever" to shame the Harbor Trust into' doing tile right thing by the Diggers. We think there can something more be said, and the .Warden is to be pre- sented with a request to call a public meeting as soon- is the restrictions against same are lifted, to discuss the , pros and cons of tl;is case. It is more than likely there will be amongst the speakers two or three members for Darwin present who it is believed ' kno\v_rather better than Mr. Hobbs as to whether an educated Digger, with 30/ a week pension and one arm or leg, considers a i i 50 a year job "not j worth considering.' j So, until the Warden consents or j otherwise, let us k>-ep.our powder dry.

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"THE HUN'S PEACE BLUDGEON." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

"THE HUN'S PEACE BLUDGEON." "We are indebted to the secretary of the Commercial Travellers' Club, Launceston, for a erny of this valuable book. After reading, same our great regret is that it could not be put into . the hands of ever: business man and working man; into the hands of every mother, sister, sweetheart, and rela- tion of the boys who have fought, and alec! for us. . The subject of ' Hie German plan to' dominate the trade of the world" is of such importance a id carries such pos- sibilities with it .tMat organised public meetings throughout the Common- wealth should be held to fight their deep-laid schemes and -to bring home to the buying public the awfulness of in any shape 01 form now or at any time lending the slightest moral or financial support io these fiends from hell and their damnable plans for throttling our traces and starving our commercial and professional popula- tion, and again dominating - the com- merce of the Soul' ern Hemisphere. Rise up,Tassy! give the...

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(To Editor "Leven Lever.") [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

! - (To Editor "Leven Lever/""/ ? I Sir,-Would you kindly ^^>^£^^7' small space, in your vaíua^^^fíe^l^^-14 to lever up the Tourist Association a bit, and- ask when the order is to be given for the swinging-boats for the beach which wc ail subscribed to. : Here it is the middle of September, and nothing doué. Suppose they have still got the £22 subscribed by the .Are they trying to hatch more from people til rough the ball committee, it ? Surely the ball committee will want to know more about this. Wake ! up, you ball ?"?committee, and stir these dead, tn en up.- Yours, etc., . WATCHDOG. Like ? "Watchdog," we feel the Tourist Association is a- corpse. It is now practically a one man's show, - with a very bury secretary in addition,' who has asked to be allowed to drop the job some months ago. The life has gone out of the organisation since. Mr. Bonner stepped on one side for the present combination:-"L.L."

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