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INFECTIOUS DISEASES REPORT OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

I INFECTIOUS '"DISEASES ^ REPORT OF HEALTH DEPART - MENT. I Tlic late Chief Health Officer (Dr (Park), in his report 1917-18, report j ing on infectious diseases, says : TUBERCULOSIS. One hundred and ninety-nine cases I were reported, being a reduction of l l, or nearly 22 per cent., from the noti I Mentions of 1916-17. Tho greatest re , duction in numbers is in thc city of i Hobart, from which 26 per cent, of ¡the total cases have been notified, as 'against 10 per cent, in 1910-17. i Hie only public sanatorium in the I State is at Newtown, where the accom modation has been increased by the erection of six chalets, each to contain four beds. These have just been, com pleted. The proposed accommodation for 28 advanced, cases will be commen ced nt a later date, and assuming that the chance of infection from tuherclo depends to a large extent on tho size of tho "dose" to which any person, is sub ject, should prove a valuable preven tive measure, for it is tho advanced cases that are ex...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TURF NOTES DEVONPORT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

TURF NOTES LvOXPORT MEETING. Di vnupurt meeting on satur i a i,-reat success, thero being crowd with brisk speculation, ?.is «eve easy to find, b;ti lt Hr tho trotting sccucu that the (.fathering through. Tho fJlvi-VH!,' was handled cn tin L<, which is a fine rolnrn, and : ;;;iad profit to thc club. If ruv slake raising, it looks ir:',l:; are entitled to thc first ":»:!. Vt'h¡>ro thero is so ni y on i he tutnlisntcr trotting rill ::il,e their horses, though Ca-.ter fixture, of course, thero the c'<mpctiiii)n of thc I^inn lei-iinif. ' Th» class in tho first ( vi nt was no donht the best . been seen at a Devonport The arrangements at Dcvon ??tillira still leave a great deal -iiid. After all tho::; years it -inp; that the names of the ire not posted, even if they v writ ton on a iliert of rar.l < is dune in some places. The .r fa"i!i;ie". were also unequal um handled. Mr. Fran); ht, v.-lio wa", on the Coast for wai prevailed upon to take hut the hand...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

CRICKET . Tilo team to represent Ulverstone O.Ç. against Penguin CO. io-day will bc Tlcnrj',-Pearson, TomkiiisOn, White, M'Donough. Ferrto,'Guthrie, Smith, Ciirnow, Hiscutt, Johnson, M'CulIoch. The-team will'leave Ulverstone at 1.30 p.m. .-..'A match will, bo played on'tho South ''Burnie'Recreation Ground this after-, noon 'between a Eurnio team and Yeo men. Hie local tram from Ballin, Bir mingham. T, 0. Jones, Pease, ' Mel bourne, Bodman, Mitchell (2), Paqe (2), and Tattersall (2). ' Mrs, H. H. M'Fie, . of Devonport, has received word that her Mephow, Lieut. Keith Johnson, has reached London and is'well. lieut. Johnson was taken prisoner by tho Germain nearly three years ago, and for n con siderable time nothing has bsen heard of him. Ho is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson, of Harvey, W.A., who formerly resided at Devonport, whew ho is well known. Ula many friends of tho family will rejoico with thom at tho good news that has come to hand. * ' ' ' '

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

Thursday's Returned .Soldiers.-| Two soldiers of thc Emu Bay "Munici pality were omitted from the publish-] ed report of soldiers who arrived at'. Burnie on 'Thursday. *'! The: two men were Corpl. T. 0. Jones; of AVest Bur nie, -'a' 12th Battalion man with 31 years' service; and Pto. AV. H. Carr,] of Natone, 12th Battalion,"who was joined by his mother and left for his home duriiigi the afternoon.' The men who landed on Thursday were motored to tho station and1 to Alford's Hotel. Moro ¡cars were on offer than could be utilised,-owing to tho delay in ex amining'and. passing the soldiers at the -. wharf. A Launceston car owner Wis .among-tho list of those offering. State School Appointments.- When tho Stato Schools of the .limn Hiv . re-nssemblcs on January 27 there will bo several changes in the staffs of the various schools. Thc Director of, Education'(Mr. W.-T. M'Coy) has no tified tho Emu Dav Council of thc fol lowing appointments:-Burnie School, Misses K.;Kerrison..E, J. Craw, V....

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

DEVONPORT. Tim Rotomahana.-Tlio ss Rotoma hana left Melbourne at noon yesterday with 217 passengers for Burnie and De vonport, and is due here at 9 o'clock this morning. She will discharge 52 tofts of general cargo, and sails on rc turn^at 4 p.m.. calling nt Burnie, en rou^e'. While the Loongana is held up., the same programme as was adop ted for. this week will, ba followed. Overseas Tobacco Fund-Tobacco for the troops at the front is urgently needed, and the commissioner bf the' comforts funds has cabled asking that every effort be made to forward sup plies without dclav. In order to as sist this object^ "Edwards and Co. have donated a handsome ' doll's cot, which they are disposing of. . It is hoped hy this means to raiso a sub stantial amount. In all centres it is asked that steps he taken to raise the necessary finds. East Devonport Fair.-A fair in aid of tho East Devonport Sunday School and church trust funds will be held in the local hall on tho afternoon and evening of Wedne...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

EPSOM RACES. In Melbourne this afternoon thc Ensom Racing Club bold n meeting. Tbo following are tho weights and selections: Hurdle, two miles.-Lo Mattan, 11.11; Bitter Ale, 11.1; Wortupa, 10.5; Common King, 10.5; Sir Carl, 10.1; Jbnegilla, 10.0; Litmus, 9.13; Bunroy, 9.1-2; Explorer, 9.10; Salient, 9.7; Amyntas, 9.G; Post Impression, 9.5 ; Hassendene, 9.5; Avlona, 9.3; National Bank, 9.0; Evieta, 9.0. SIR CARL or EXPLORER. Open Handicap, six furlongs. Wedge, 10.13; St. Mira, 8.7; Sister Satellite, 8.5; Haylass, 8.1; Ordella, 8.0; Anteuor, 7.13; Lingerie, 7.12 ; Cbal, 7.10; Tongkah, 7.9; Afflatus, 7.7; Queen Battery, 7.6; Mollie Malt, 7.6; Gucrino, 7.4; First Oaks, 7.4; After Glow, 7.2; Palos, 7.0; Antonbridge, 0.12; Carafon, 0.12; Kil foyle, CH; Bessin May, 6.1Í); Vamp, 0.9; Lord Cavendish, 6.9; Problema, (5.8; Stratus, 6.7; Battleplane, 6.7; Merrimba, 6.7; Sun Cloud, 0.7. ANTENOR or ST. MIRA. Crush Steeple, two miles and 15 chains.-Kinghorn, 12.0 ; Common King, 11.10; Wortupa, 11....

Publication Title: Advocate
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VENEREAL DISEASES SOCIAL PREVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

VENEREAL DISEASES " SOCIAL PREVENTION. (By the Rev. J. ll. babb, E.A.) 1 Already we have shown the necessity ?for paying* attention to this serious evil, and in this article we will con sider in what way tho dangers can host be met. However, before proceeding along that lino, thero is. a question that must be answered-Is it right to seek to prevent venereal" disease? I have often been told that these dis eases aro in a peculiar sense a-Divine punishment for sin, and that therefore I it is wrong to endeavor, -to prevent them. We do not believe this for one moment. In the first placct we remem ber that a great number ot cases arise without sin at all on the part of tho infected individual, as,' for example, children who are born with a disease, and cases of accidental infection. In these cases it'cannot be said that the disease is a punishment for the individ ual's sin. Again, even in thc case of the "guil ty," the severity of the disease is, not in proportion to the guilt. One may by...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

STACK COVERS. - We have ¡ust . binded a new shipment of first quality. GRASS AND, CLOVER SEEDS. ?.-.New. Season's Seeds . Arriving. Write for Samples. ' ' CÓRNSÁCKS. CHAFF BAGS, - , .ETC., EIO. THE RIVER DON TRADINC CO.. LTD., Agents for MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF TASMANIA, LTD., The Purely Tasmanian Company. Head Office . ... LAUNCESTON ALFRED GEO, SCOTT; Secretary. Al1 Departments of Insurance. SEPARATOR BUYERS. Br"1 - ^^îij^T^ir^TT^g'rrn''*^'*^^ AYo aro Agents for tho famous "BALTIG" SEPARATOR, and have . limited Bupply of favorito sizes, from 8 to 70 gallons. V For. clean skimming and simplicity tho "BALTIC" is among the world's best. Prices aro lowest possible After present stoeEs aro exhausted they will be much dearer. Drop us a postcard, and we will quote you. ? ' .". .":.> STENHOUSE & GO.. DEVONPORT-PENGUIN-BURNIE-; ULVERSTONE. JAPANESE APAÑESE M IL LETT. LLETT. SOW NOW FOR' SUMMER AND AUTUMN FEED. ^Exceedingly strong, rapid'growth, standing 0 tofft, high. When ...

Publication Title: Advocate
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COURSE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

H rnrnsK TÍECOTÍD. Ífrill ahvays bp somo sc^ptlsm »her Pork ran tho milo in Biis V,a- not he:>n on any Bs.' in Tasmania lint Mow m ¡ts hnz r:»-inii stretches, ? from tlio milo barrier. Tlio I oflïrial. unlike ir.nst timo ?pi-r.nod t'.vn watches, which |il.-.l 1.11. Ilcmvver. if there I slight error it must have fcaff-hins the start." The pies in s mic of tho other races 1er than other watches made [The time occupied hy tho jes not make Devonport a tl.v fast course, while Satnr !d ivas well bunched all the h horses like Creacydalo and risht up in the first lialf i.h one would h* surprised to mile were nm in 1.41.

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THE FICHTING. [?] CIVILIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SjMTHE FIGHTING. ».!» CIVILIANS. pr.-(l;iy, - 'fin1 latest | ! «mn« iii Tter . stiitemcnis: cir- I ircio-s. phew tlic tl c cmir-o of | [League mi Sunday enilcllt f-ii'-i.-ilists, un ./>. lir.'liran.l, Dr itomptcd io seize | " object lieing 1 election. Kbert | were (alien M1 I irresolute. IIow linst tlieir personal I lilied them to resist fighting on Mon i'l.iy, soldiers wearing >i rifles from windows . .md grenades were | that 3ft0 wre kill Killed in the Wil li- the Brandenburger [nilling Spartacus sol nos of main- poli i.'i-s. though thor. . nf ordinary pill ii4m--i!av the Covern '?ii-i delegates neizoti . but were unable to thc leaders of both ? to tontrol their re Inp- appeared with a i Pl 'i-orn'hod tho fordon Mips. They clnminilwl ruinent troops sur gi luis opened r. re tín order to arm mem Iiors of tho Social Democratic Party and the factories against terrorism. Oilier messages state that Berlin is separated from the" rest of Germany, all railway telephonic communication...

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WHO SHOULD BE PENSIONED? SOLDIERS OR CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

WHO SHOULD BE PENSIONED? SOLDIERS OR CHIEF JUSTICE. At a meeting ol thc Returned Sol diers' Association at Brisbane a motion was carried-"That while this branch has co personal feelings against Sir Samuel Griffiths, it emphatically pro tests against the granting of a pension of £33 a week to one who has received £S7.0CO in salary from the Govern ment, and also travelling allowances, at a time when thc pensions for totally incapacitated soldiers aro inadequate and all available funds aro required for repatriation." Tho following motion was also pass ed-"That this branch, joins in the emphatic protest of the West Austra lian and New South Wales branches against the proposal that Senator Pearce should proceed to England to join Air. Hughes and Sir Joseph Dook tn assist in demobilisation." It was con sidere;'; that this was a reflection on the TTi tri i Commissioner representing Aus tralia, and the various A.I.F. officers, in whom the branch has every confi dence. The association's expe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

RECRUITING SPEAKERS. Ministers, Singers, Actors nncl Act resses-in fact, all Orators, should never bo without NAZETHA PAS TILLES, 1/G per tin, of all Chemists. They keep the voico mellow and pre vent hoarseness and loss of voice.* (13: That Tasmanian conditions lend themselves to the production of a sat isfactory article is exemplified by tho superiority of I.X.L. over other brands of Jams and Preserves.* LADIES I Velvet Soap mnst bo best; nine in every dozen use it.* \§2ZSÍ ESSÏSJl 'CSZZSà ff .71 «m nr^TM cs Oïî SHOUUD ME For Stomach' and Liver "troubles ' you should take Mother Seigel's Syrup, because, by its gentle but efficient tonic action on the stomach, liver, and bowels, it restores these organs of digestion to a state of healthy activity ; as a result you are _._ then able to digest what yon ?at ; to extract the nourishment your food contains, and thus secure fresh stores of strength and vitality. Such is the experience of thousands of grateful users of this world-famous re...

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LITTLE DAVID! THE ROMANCE OF LLOYD GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

I LITTLE DAVID ! THE ROMANCE OP LLOYD GEORGE. Mr. Harold Begbio gives this picture of tho British Primo Minister's ro mance:-"His father was a village schoolmaster, who died and left wife and children to tho mercies of chance. An unclo received that little homeless family under his roof, and to earn bread for them worked harder than ever at his cobbler's benth. David stood beside his toiling unclo learning tho great orean music of tho English Bible; tho old man would pause in his work to read a passage, and thc boy would repeat it after him. And behind tho shop, David's mother, in the kitchen, was striding so to economise this and that that she might have a sixpence over at tho end of the week. 'That was my mother's life,' ho once told men; 'a, never-ending anxiety to hove sixpence of my uncle's money sav ed at tho end of each week. It is the lifo of the poor.' And now he an nounces the overthrow of the Hohen zollerns! This little David of the Welsh hills, more than any one man in t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

PROMPTLY STOPS ITCHINC. REXONA. THE RAPID HEALER. Are you aware tliat Rexona, the Rapid Healer, will stop any itching of the skin instantly? That such is the case a trial will quickly demonstrate. If you are suffering from Eczema, Ringworm, Pimples, or any other un sightly eruptions try a few applica tions with Rexona, the Rapid Healer, and you will be astonished how quickly it will clear the skin, leaving same both sound and healthy. Rexona Skin and Facial Soap is an oxcollent adjunct to use in the treat ment of skin diseases; this Soap if specially prepared for the faco and for delicate and tender skins. It's effect on tho hair is marvellous, leaving it soft, glossy and silky. There are no strong alkaloids in Rexona Soap, and you need not have the slightest fear ir. using it on the most tender skin tis sues. There is nothing in Rexona or Rexona Soap to harm the tenderest surface, and these Remedies are particularly prepared so that tho most fastidious neeu have no fear of their ca...

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SOLDIER SETTLEMENT TASMANIAN EXPERIMENT WHAT THE STAVE IS ATTEMPTING. (By Our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SOLDIER SETTLEMENT TASMANIAN EXPERIMENT WHAT THE STAVE IS ATTEMPT ING. (By Our Special Reporter.) Tasmania, in common with the other otates, is making a big, or at least a costly, effort to settle returned soldiers an the land. ' The general policy ia to purchase occupied estates. Individual farms are also bought in instances) and soma soldier have preferred to start on Crown land, which to them is free. Tho policy of the Stale towards re turned men has been made easy by various provisions-that is, «pay as compared with tho ternis matre with or dinary settlers under tho Closer Settle ment Act. Mr. E. F. Blyth, M.H.A., who is a .ural representative-thero aro too few men in the Parliament with rural cnowledge, by the way-is entlniis'as ic ns to what Tasmania is doing for saldier settlement. .He states that our hw has been regarded as the most 'iberal in Australin towards the re turned man. For tho first 18 months ?\o rent is demanded ; for fonr years ;he returned soldier settler is to...

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RT OUT [?]TS HOLD BERLIN [?]RTILLERY FIGHTING [?]AR SPREADING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

'S HOLD BERLIN HILLERY FIGHTING ! AR SPREADING. nr-ilny.-It is reported Un eminent lias been v. ar H spreading to :iTI I Havana. Tho v i s lin v.' proclaimed a it, ;it- lierlin. r.?»'.?' states that Cer :it¡il troups have driven tains troops from the positions of the city, artillery lighting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

ARE YOU RUN DOWN. I AWAKEN TO THE DANGER AND I - AID THE WEAKENED KIDNEYS. Kidney sickness often runs dunn to : tho vergo of collapse beforo you know I the cauco. When you seem unable to ¡pin your mind to any task, your back ' aches, and you cannot do an ordinary day's work, it is time to ask yourself this question: "Are my kidneys work ing right?" Weak kidneys slacken their filtering work and tho uric acid circulates with tho blood, in many cases, attacking brain, nerves, muscles, and vital organs. Don't wait for tho ser ious trouble, begin using Donn's Back ache Kidney Pills when you feel the first backacho-or first notice urinary disorders. This remedy has given new lifo and strength to thousands. Read this case: Mr. T. Miller, Best street. West Devonport, says:-"After suffering for some time with pains across my back, I heard of Doan'a Backache Kidney Pills, and got somo at once. I used them as directed and they gavo me complete relief. Wo aro exposed very much to tho weather in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

co MAUI; QOSD THISTLY covan LUSSÜSE A1ÍD SAYS MUCH BIOSET, Obtain from your chemist or store a bottle of 1IEEXZ0 (registered name for Hean's Essence), and add it to a large brcaltfastcupful of warm water sweetened with treacle or honey and sugar as per easy directions print ed on the label, and you will at once have a pint of superior quality cough and sore-throat mixture. A pint ot ordinary mixture, purchased in a lot of little bottles, would cost at least 12/-. HEENZO costs only 2/-. Thus each bottle used shows a clear cash savin? of 10/-. Xo bolling or fussing ls needed, the mixing being a matter of but a few moments. If you experi ence any difficulty in obtaining HEEXZO in your locality, send 2/-, plus 3d. for postage, and a bottle will bo sent to you per return mail hy G. W.'IIcan, Manufacturing Chemist, 178 Castlcreagh-street, Sydney. jglG gARGAINS AT jßARRATTS QORNER, DEVONPORT. -SHORT OP MONET - GOODS MUST GO - - IN EVERY DEPARTMENT - CLOTHING]-""DRAPERY, ' BOOTS, MILLINERY,...

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[?] AIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

l§n> ALMS. Sw .-'ñrro-pnni'.ciit sim» i_'iivi ri:n:o!it hy ami Hr mw-t he carriiil on jjjSë aim ii ti s:'izo ail Ajmrm thc polia- ami sol flHriilitariats; al.-o to îv HKiuinistra!ion ly siip uBiroh'tariat : ¡ui'1 to r-« Hyar. inrlwüui» Loth thc H I.iulcnilorir. HimhM SBii'l all countcr-ievohi ^ftnii-~t hi* absolute focial jjHj^ pour, and tho' coii ||Brtain low- liTcl.

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ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

ULVERSTONE.     Death of Mr. A. Horsham.- Mr.   Arthur Horsham, an old resident of Ulverstone passed away at: the Ul   verstone Hospital. He had resided in the town practically all his life, and had been-ill for several years. A few days ago his condition became worse, and he entered the hospital, but grad uallv sank and died. He leaves two brothers- Messrs. T. and A. Horsham. The funeral will take place this after noon in the Ulverstone cemetery. De ceased "was greatly respected for his honesty of purpose and kindly disposition.     Hcachv Vandals.-Thc Tourist As sociation lias - shown a commendable disposition to improve the condition of affairs .'dong the rsnlandae,, in regard to 'providing conveniences for persons having their tea while enjoying-a plea sant afternoon on this incomparable stretch of beach. Men were em ployed'brffire thc Xmas holidays to put the seats and tables in order, and tidy up the...

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