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TIN PLATE INDUSTRY ESTABLISHMENT IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
TIN PLATE INDUSTRY ESTABLISHMENT IN AUSTRALIA. -UELBOüK-N'K, Sunday. - Mr. Watt, Acting Prime Minister stated to-day that as a direct result of tho policy of the Government to cucour j ago now industries in Australia, he expected shortly to bo able to an jnouncc thc establishment of. tin plate manufacturing in tho Commonwealth. "Hitherto," said Mr. AVatt "the Commonwealth has been depending on j overseas supplies. During the recent i war, owing to the shipping difficulty land tho lack of tin plate for all pur poses, Commonwealth industry was in jeopardy, and. frequently arrange ments so worked as to incommode manufacturers dependent on the sup ply. lt is thought that the manu facture within the Commonwealth will bo extensive, and will supply the whole of Australia."
INFLUENZA DANGEROUS COMPUCATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
INFLUENZA DANGEROUS COMPUCATIONS. Files from England speak of industries "half-handed," schools shut, shojö like wise, temporary hospitals and doctors " worked to death." Influenza has been raging, claiming countless victims. Tho thing to dread most with influenza is lowîred vitality which prepares the way for thoso complications that result in chronic bronchitis and consumption. Beware!-pain always lowers yitality. Wawn's Wonder-Wool stops pain tho mo ment it is applied. A medicated cotton-wool, every fibre is thoroughly impregnated, with specially selected pain-relieving essences tho soothing virtues and healing properties of which ara felt immediately. For such reason it is known everywhere as tho "Magic Wrap." It never fails. It I cannot fail. It_stop3 pain in influenza, I bronchitis, quinsy, ordinary cinghs and colds ; in lieadacho backache, neuralgia, I and toothache ; in rheumatism, lumbago, j ichiica, strains, sprains, 6Ü1I jointä and ctiaiy. Ecfipitinthohouso; itiacssential...
GERMAN RAID TOLL WAR, STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
GERMAN RAID TOLL WAR, STATISTICS. LONDON, Saturday. - An official return shows that during thc war per iod there wero 50 airship raids over Great Britain. As a result the casu alties wero: Killed. Injured. Civilians . 493 ... 1230 Combatants 58 ... 121 There were also 51 German acro olano raids, tho victims being: .- i Killed. Injured. Civilians .T019 ... 16.50 Combatants ... 238 ... 400 By warships there were 12 bombard ments, with the following results: Killed. Injured. Civilians . 143 ... ?04 Combatants ... 14 . 30 The grand total of casualties were: Killed, 1570; injured, 4035. ? _________
DEMOBILISATION LLOYD GEORGE NOT HURRYING STRONG ARMY STILL NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
DEMOBILISATION i .LLOYD-GEORGE NOT HURRYING - STRONG- ARMY STILL NECESSARY. , LONDON, Friday. - It is officially itated that Mr. Lloyd George, Prime .linister, has been carefully devoting ittention to the speed at wh'ich de . jobilisàtion is taking place. He con iders. the .first i¡uty, ii to 'ensure fie ruits of the victory which had ? been won by the loss of so roany by brave deeds. He states: "The army would be jeopardised by apparent weakness on the part of Britain. During the criti cal months of peace negotiation, and before, it is imperative to maintain a [strong army, on/the Rhine, and for necessary services behind the front in France and at home. Although the fighting is stopped, the war is not over. Tho German armies are undemobilised* still, and very powerful. We cannot tell what the Germans will do, ...or whether they will, all agree to the terms of peace and reparation which we seek to impose upon them." Continuing his remarks, the Prime Minister added: "Impatience now m...
DEPARTURES.—January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
DEPARTURES.-January ll. ! Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. 1 Evans, for Devonport. Rotomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, for Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Townsend, Orav, Carrick, "Wisc, M'Intosh, Moyser, Searle, Ker mand (2), Jackson, Jones and 2 chil dren, Greßc, Jewell, Nightingale. Tre foskis and 2 children, .Brown, Young, Anderson, Casey, Heppinghall, Noble, McCartney, Cullenane, Acres and child, Heather, Dodds, Antees and 2 children; Misses Hardy, Caudry, Stubbs, Kelty, Bashford, Trcuerton, M'Laren, Harrison (2), Robinson, Mil ler, Crump, Bond, M'Lcan. Doyles, Kyte, Dunn, " Semmens, Harvey, Crow, Roberts, Antees, Corti, Saund ers, Bassett, Crawford, Knowles (2), Harper, Carolin, Arnett, Ramsay, Cop pin, Honeyman, Anderson, M'Cartney, Heather, Weeks and Smith; Messrs. Bridgeland, Craso, Hagger, Duxbnry, Dundie, Muirden, Townsend, Doone, Phillips, Robinson, Miller, Isaacs, Moyser, Carolin, Searle, Edménson, itaiiew, Rcdbeacli, Wheeler, Willinms, Barton, Pearce, Ct oed, M'Cartney, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SHIPPING. NION LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weatbor and other circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNE S.S. ' ROTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Tuesday, 14th. 6 a.m.; Thursday, 16th, 6 a.m.; Saturday, 18th, 8.30 p.m. From Dovonport-Tuesday, lltli, " 3 p.m., direct; Thursday, ICth, 3 p.m., direct ; Saturday, 18th, 2 p.m., via Burnie. On Tuesday and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, and midday train from Burnie con nects. Saturday, from Burnie as usual. Cargo received only subject to spe cial arrangement, and must be booked at local offices. FOR SYDNEY and ÑEAVCASTLE STEAMER; From - Burnie-"Wednesday, janu ary 15. . From Dovonport-Thursday, Janu ary 16. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly. , Agent for Orient Linq of Royal Mail Steamers. ELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE From Stanley-S.S. Perth. From Devonport-S.S. Perth. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP .CC LTD., DEVONPORT, 0. T, Smith, Stanley. OLYMAN'S LINE OF STEAMERS. XX . - PASSENGERS AN...
PAPE FROM BLACKBERRIES LEVEN SCEPTICISM. MR. NICHOLS, M.L.C., PROPOSES EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
PAPE FROM BLACKBERRIES LEVEN SCEPTICISM. JIU. NICHOLS, M.L.C., PROPOSES EXPERIMENTS.. Tlie Hon. H. A. Nichols, M.L.C., I waited upon tho Leven Council. on ¡ Saturday with the view of placing be i fore councillors a scheme tor dealing with blackberries and firewood. He said that tho roads and people gener ally had suffered, and were now suf fering, from theso two' pests. Some experiments had been tried in refer ence to tho use to which blackberries could bo put, which might lead to success if properly taken up. He was there to ask tho council for the sum Of £10 to purchase materials, etc. If 'these experiments proved to be suc 'ccssful, tho benefit accruing to tho 'country would bo exceedingly great, while if the scheme failed the amount would never be missed. Ho consider ed thc council would bo justified in , trying to secure tho eradication of any pest, and that the amount. could, be voted legally. He was hopeful of suc cess, but it was only fair to say that possibly ¡'thc 'expendi...
DR. WILSON'S MODESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
DR/WILSON'S MODESTY. PARIS, Saturday.-President Wilson has informed if. Clemenceau, the French Prime Minister, that he docs I not trish to bo considered ns the head of a State at tho Peace Conference. Tho other'American delegates will be Colonel House, Mr. R. Lansing (Sec retary of State), Mr. Henry White (a former Ambassador), and General Bliss. The leaders of all nations are anx ious to speed-up the decisions of the conference, in order to secure peace at the earliest moment.
BRITISH LEADERS START FOR PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
BRITISH LEADERS START FOR PARIS. LONDON, Saturday.-It is officially announced tliat Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Donar Law, accompanied by the Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, and tho Maharajah of Bidawer, will leave for Paris this morning to take part in preliminary peace conversations with thc heads of iho "Allies and Associated States.
BROTHER HUN BRITISH PACIFISTS' MESSAGE OF GOODWILL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
BROTHER HUN BRITISH PACIFISTS' MESSAGE OF GOODWILL. BERGEN", Saturday. - A wireless message received in Germany an nounces that Mr. Bernard Shaw, Mr. Israel /"angwill, Mr. Jerome K. Jer ome, and other British _ spiritual and intellectual leaders and jurists, as well as Labor leaders, including Mr. Smil lie, sent a Christmas message to the German pcoplo as follows: "A new era is ahead. Tho modelling therof will he humanity's united task. Our earnest hopo is for a step forward in peace, thus transforming discord in to liarmony, so that tho old evils will disappear, and the true unity of na tions bo realised. We send you a message of hope and friendship."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
FROM CHILHOOD TO OLD ACE. ] "Dr. Mound's OH Tim© Wine" gives health to all who aro ruiylowu, nervy, -weak and deprcsscdi This is not a thin, cheap wlh% got up for pur poses of salo Ohly, nor is it an untried Ípreparation. It is made from a' splen did full-bodied Australian Wino which comes to ns direct'from the vineyard, and. whilst unraedicatcd is used by very many households as an excellent table wine. ,- We chose this wine for our purpose aftelf tlrying and compar ing many qualities, and wo'are* satis ! tied that this is absolutely the best. ;"T)r. Maund's Old Time Wine" ts made. by. incorporating tho medicinal ngents with this fino wino without any dilution, and as we appreciate that any one who is ill doesn't want a cheap preparation, but tho best medi cine, wo emphasise tho fact that "Old Timo Wine" is not a cheap wine. It is Australia's best, and contains the soluble nitrogenous constituents, of Australian lean beef, combined with Iron, Aromatic Tonics and Stomach ics, As a t...
BURNIE'S TIMBER TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
BURNIE S TIMBER TRADE Tho following table shows the ex ports of timber from Burnie during the (ll days' from January 1 to Saturday ! Celery, log, feet . 14,621 Blackwood, log. feet . 1,636 Blackwood, sawn, feet . 3,700 j sassafras, lor;, feet. 33,209 | Hardwood, sawn, feet. 24,200 j i King Billv, sawn, feet . 7.C35 i Weatherboards, feet . '8,000 'Lining boards, feet . ^,0C0 i Flooring boards, feet .... 17,000 Total, feet . 250,418 Lathes, bundles . ... 888 ! Palings, Ort., number. 0,126 [Palings, 5ft., number ?. 29,000
HUSBAND AND WIFE QUESTION OF ASSESSMENT ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
QUESTION OF ASSESSMENT ROLLS. . \\ At Saturday's'.meeting of the'Kent ish .Oeuncil an opinion was received from the solicitors of the Municipal Association on thc question as to whe ther a husband is entitled to appear On the assessment roll in respect to property owned by his wife. If there I was an: agreement of tenancy, there was absolutely no question about the rights of both of them to appear on thc roll, ns occupier or owner as tho case might bo. Tin's would bc so even in England, where the statute was dif ferent._
CRICKET. BURNIE v. YEOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
BURNIE v. YEOMEN. ' On Saturday afternoon tho Elliott -Yeomen journeyed to Burnio and de feated tho local team by ll runs. The Yeomen are shaping towards, their prc ivar standard, their fielding Ming fiht ticiilarly good. Scores: Yeomen: IA Gale, stp Tattersall, b Westbrook. 11¡ L. Armstrong, e Tat tersall, b .Mitchell, 68; J. Ray, h Mit chell, 35; T. Armstrong, s A. Page, b Mitchell, 2; P. Bogg, s A. Page, b Westbrook, 0: Franks, b Mitchell, 10; F. Bogg, c Tattersall, b Westbrook, ll; P. Armstrong,.c Page, h Mitchell, 6; F. Howell, c 6. Page, b Mitchell, 4: 0. Wragg. lbw, 1> Westbrook, 4; H. Gale, b Westbrook, 4; L."Shep herd, not out, 12: sundries, 18. Total, 183. Burnie: W. H. Tattersall, e F. Bugg, b Ray, 8; Delves, C Wragj* bl F. Bugg, 86; Westbrook, ,b,H. Gale, 16; A¡ W. Tattersall, d «nd li Li Gabi, 3; A. Page, c and b H. Gale, 2; J. Ballin, b L. Gale, .0; B,. Mitchell, b ÏJ. Gale, 6; 0. Page, s Armstrong, b P. Bugg, ll: Melbourne, c L. Gale, b F. Bugg, 1; Poulton, b Howel...
SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SATURDAY'S QUOT AVIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. Quotations:-¿Tnsinnriiii, s 5/; Ben digo Amalgamated, s 1/2; Broken Hill, b 37/0; Magnet, b 8/3; Farrell, s 3d; North, h 5/, g 8/; Hound Hill, b 3/7," s 9/G; Rcad-Rosebery, s 19/1; Lyell, s 27/; Blocks, b Sd, s 5Jd; Tasman and Crown Lyell; b ljú. s 3d; Tasmanian Copper, s 5.9; Mt, Bischoff, b £1010;, s £11/5/; do. (paid), b S'S; Dread nought, s 6/; Mt. Lindsay, s £12; Tongkah Compound, s 13/6 : New Ruby Flats, s 4/. .
METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
METAL ÖARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Quota tions on tito metal market to-day in cluded : Copper: Standard, spot, £95/10/; do., titree montlis, £87/10/; electro lytic, £104. Lead: Soft foreign, spot, £40; do., forward, £33. ~ I Spelter: Spot. £56; forward, £43. Tin: Standard, snot. £257/5/; do., three months, £247/15/. Silver: Standard, 4/0 7-10.