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MINING C. J. WEEDON AND CO., LTD., SHAREBROKERS, St. Andrew's Chambers, 32 St. John Street, LAUNCESTON. (Firm Represented on Stock Exchange) [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
C. J. WEEDON AND CO., LTD., SHAREBROKEIÎS, St. Andrew's Chambers, 32 St. John Street, LAUNCESTON. (Firm Represented on Stock Exchange) Agents throughout the Commonwealth. Inquiries Promptly Attended To. Telegram: "Weedou Co., Launceston."
MR. NEWELL HARPER [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
MR. "NEWELL HARPER, bharcbrokor, Stock Exchange- Build ings, reports thc following sales and purchases made bv him for the past week:-Union Banks, £59; W. T. Bell and Co., IO.-; War Bonds, £911/, £9/12/, £9/13/; Lyell Blocks, Cd, 5Jd; Knmpongs, 47/6 : Mt. Bischoff*. £11/5/; pauls, £11/13/;'Mt. -Heid and Hose-1 berrys, 18/; Tas. Crown. 2d; Bound Hills,; 8/1, 8/6. 8/10; North ??Farrells. 7/7* . .?'.-"
SMITHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SMITHTON. . Shipping.-Tho aux. ketch, Lialeeta, I was, a departure for Melbourne laden with timber, while her cargo included C!) cases nf butter from the local fac tory The ss Hall Caine arrived from Melbourne with n full cargo of general merchandise for Smithton. Dairying.-Suppliers to . the Duck Uiver Butter Factory are to be con gratulated upon tho way the cream supply is holding out, but with the. price at 1;5J (December pay) you can: not wonder at dairymen sticking close ly to thc milking shed. Back From the Front.-One of our soldier townsmen, in the person of Private Stanley -Wilkins, was an ; arrival at Smithton on Wednesday, and was heartily received- by resi ' dents. Privato Wilkins, who has seen 3i years of active service, is a son of Mr. Thos. Wilkins, nf Stanley, j and brother of Lieut, ii. W. Wilkins. A public welcome social is to bc tcn ! dered to-night.
SMITHTON POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SMITHTON POLICE COURT I At thc Smithton Police Court on Fri-^ day, before .Messrs. G. Er Allen, Geo. j I Acheson, and Thomas Brydgeg, | I Vernon Smith, Alwyn George Ed- . i ward Walters, and Charles Streets were leach charged with larceny and reçoit'-'I ¡ing stolen property from tile railway , jgeudshed at Marrawah, and each de j iendant was sentenced to 14 days' im 1 p.-isonmeut in the Launceston Gaol. . j Thc . two first-mentioned defendants, \ Smith and Walters, were also charged with stone throwing at Marrawah, bat j ;on the application of tho police the | charge was withdrawn. I I Before the same Bench, G. Cun-1 ningham pleaded guilty to disturbing the public peace by lighting near tho Bridge Hotel, Snjithton. A convic tion was recorded with Court costs 8/. The Bench complimented both Ser geant Eyles and Trooper Sleeth on tho way they had brought the cases beforo tho Court.
Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN j Lieut, J. E. Blackney, who is to conduit a -speaking and organising campaign for tho Y.M.C.A. field sor- i vice effort;' arrived at Barnie on Sat- i urday evening, and this morning goes | on to Waratah and thc West Coast, returning to ttho Xorth-West Coa.'tt next week. Lieut. Blackney recent ly arrived from Victoria, where he had been assisting in campaign work Ho hap the advantage of being able to speak with practical experience of the Y.M.C.A. at tho front, and ho states that no higher testimony to the work can be advanced than the fact that tho military authorities earnestly re I quest tho assoeiation to continue its activities amongst the troops during flin nnrind nf rinmiihilicnlirn T" "f_ íectively carry ont its full service pro gramme, tho Y.M.C.A. will require a round sum of money. It is expected to get £10,000 from Tasmania, and £1200 lins linen allotted as thc portion which should he raised hy the AVest Coast and tho North-West, from Bur nie and westwar...
STOWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
STOWPORT. Red Cross.-The last meeting of thc Stowport Red Cross League was held in i thc Publie Hall on Wednesday last, when tho-following donations and sub scriptions wero received :-McsdnniPs Hoare, Mollison. II. Marsden. 2/ each; Mrs. G. Elphinstone. 2'(i; Mesdames T. Rutherford. 2Í6; W. Viney, 1/3; W. Rutherford, 1/8; T. Atkinson, C. Pishopt 1/ each; salo at fvir, 1/5/9. The president (Mr?. T. Rutherford), after consultation with the members, an nounced that the league would bo dis solved. All moneys and materials (made and unmndr) have been dov natchrd to the headquarters of the leajrue. After thnnkinp: th.' members for their constant and !uynl efforts, a vote of thanks to tho president for her unremitting attention to thc work of the leaguo was carried unanimously. Illness.-The mahv friends of Mr. John Stnrzakor. of Tipper Stowport, will regret to hear that, ho is snffer ina from a paralytic stroke, which oc curred in thc earlv hours of -Monday morning. The ministrations of Dr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MR A. STEWARD LUCADOU-WELLS L.D.S. MR. HAROLD LUCADOU-WELLS, L.D.S. DENTAL SURGEONS, WILSON STREET, BURNIE, AND WYNYARD. Visits (appointments advisable) WARATAH-Atkins' Hotel, monthly, ll a.m., Tuesday, to 2 p.m.; first AVednesday, Feb. 4 and 5. STANLEY - Rowlands', ll to 5; third Wednesday, Jan. 22. SOUTH FOREST - Gourley's, Thurs day, Jan. 23. FOREST - Emmorton's/ Thursday, Jan. 23, 12 to 4. SMITHTON - Morton's; Friday, Jan. 24. 2 to 6. - IRISHTOWN - Reid's, Friday, Jan. 24, ll to 1. MONTAGU-Williams', Saturday, Jan. 25, 3 to .8. . MARRAWAH - Quilliam's, Monday, Jan. 27, 9 to 2. BLACK RIVER - Medwin's/ Tues day, Jan. 28, 4" p.m. DETENTION-T-. Dallas', Tuesday, . Jan. 28, 5* to 6 p.m. ? WYNYARD - TitleyX Monday and 1 Thursday afternoons and daily ex cept during visits. N.B. - Above visits a week later than usual on account of holidays. > -, MR.* ARTHUR C. REED, DENTAL SURGEON (late of Hobart), may be. Consulted at his , Residence, Gilbert street, Latrobe,...
The Advocate. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919. NORTH-WESTERN NEWS DELORAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1019. NORTH-WESTERN NEWS . DELORAINE. Theft of Wool.-At tho. local Court on Saturday, before tho Commission er (Mr. Hall), Clarence Brewer was charged with stealing a quantity of wool, tho property of J. lt. Alcock, and after considerable evidence had been taken was convicted and s?nten ccd to six months in gaol, sentence io bo suspended nuder thc First Offen ders' Act, providing a surety of .?50 was forthcoming. -Mr. Clark appear ed for accused. Supt. Browne pro secuted.
LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
I LATROBE. Watering Gardens.-Owing io tho continued spell of dry wea flier and the excessively heavy consumption: of wa ter, tho Water Service .Committee ha.s been compelled to restrict the usc of ¡water for garden purposes, as follows: -On week days only, from C to 8, both morning and evening, the high levels being allowed one hour extra. No watering of gardens is allowed on Sundays. Thc residents are urged to observe these restrictions, as these hours will have to be strictly kept, or the committee may have to forbid watering of gardens altogether so that consumers may have suîïicient water for domestic purno-os. Thc Virgilians.-The talented com pany of college performers from St. Virgil's College, TRibnrt, will give one of their mueh-apnreriated performances in the Oddfellows' Hall this evening, when it may lo anticipated that, as at other .contres chev have visited, a crowded audience will be present.
BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
Excusión Train. - An excursion traiu was run from Launceston tb tho Coast yesterday,? and was largely pat ronised. When it arrived at liuniie at iJ p.m. it carried 70 passengers, and a similar . number lei; on the return journey at 5.15 p.m. It seems a pity that tho department cannot see its way clear" to mu Sunday or week-end ex cursions from the Coast to launceston. There is little doubt that -North-West Coasters would bo pleased to avail themselves of such an opportunity of visiting Launceston and places cn route. Shortage of Petrol.-One of the re sults of the shipping hold-un is a very i incon\ enient shortage of petrol on thc j Coast. Vessels will bring petrol only as deck cargo, and owing to tre'mcn ! dons tax unon passenger accommoda j tion the Kotoinahana has not been i able-to bring any across for some ; weeks. A climax was reached on Sat j urday, when it' was impossible to buy ¡even tho smallest quantities at any 'of thc Burnie, garages. The garages, ! on Saturday and yest...
COO-EE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
; ; / COO-EE. S.S. Anniversary;-Tho anmVorsary of-tho Methodist Sunday School was celebrated yesterday afternoon "and evening. In tile afternoon tho ser vice was conducted by Rev. 0. Dows ing, nf Camberwell (Vic), who took for his text thc 11th chapter of Deu teronomy, verses IR and 19. In the evening* Mr. A. AV. Tattersall preach ed,'from'tho text. "Why stand ye all the day idle," treating his subject from patriotic, parent»], and churrh view-points. Special singing by the children was conducted by Mr. F. C. Wilson, Master George.Lamb presid ing at the organ.
SOUTH AMERICAN STRIKES GREAT DISORDER AND BLOODSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SOUTH AMERICAN STRIKES f.HEAT T)l>f)HDE1l AND DLOnDSHEl). Í'NTT?FAL, Saturday. - Serious .iare rornrrtid from thc Argen The ili-onler has led to murh ?Ld »u,1 it is estimated that 100 :,r.s have 1".,.n killed. The trains ughont the i.Mintvy are not run ;. The I'ul-í¡. viks' are organised te Guard- a tttonsand strong. ting to the rioting nt Buenos . the oubli- buildings have been . :,M. A general strike has been 1 hy the unions.
SHIPPING DISPUTE SITUATION UNCHANGED BOTOMAHAN'S ACCOMODATION TAXED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
V SHIPPING DISPUTE I SITUATION UNCnANGED I ROÏOMAHAN'S ACCOMMODATION TAXED. INearly COO people passed through Barnie and Devonport* on Saturday .and yesterday fruin and on their way to Melbourne. The ss Kotoinahana Inrriicd '>t Burnie on Saturday morn I i«g with 211. passengers. On the 'return tr;p she took 33 passengers : from Devonport and 225 from. Burnie. Sa heavy has he-en the passenger traf fic at Barnie sinro tho hold-up of the l.iioni.ina. that the wharf .has been barricaded at the time of the arrival and departure of the Kotomahana. The Wainui left Bnrn'e yesterday with 70 passengers for Melbourne. Th's « eek tho Rotumahana will airaio run three trips, arriving at Bur nie amt Devonport to-morrow, Thurs day, and Saturday. To-morrow and Thursday the return trip will be made direct from Devonport. The ss Wainui will arrive at Burnie on Wedne.-iday with passengers from Melbourne. ,
MT. READ AND ROSEBERY ORES RISDON TREATMENT OF CONCENTRATES. ARGENT FLAFIXD ZEEHAN SMELTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
I MT. READ AND ROSEBERY ORES RISDOX TREATMENT OP CON CENTRATES. ARGENT FLAFIXD ZEEHAX SMELTERS. TIOTMRT, Sunday.-Tho Minister of Mines on being asked what was being done at the State Argent Flat mine, replied that Parliament having deci ded that no more money should be spent there, the mine was now being unwatered with a. view to recovering lb" rails ami other mining appliances left there when work ceased previ ously. The Minister of Mines was also fjiie/tioned as to the point raised by Mr. Ogden regarding thc treatment of the Mt. Head and Rosebery ores at ? Risdon. Sir Elliott stated that the .Government had no control over that I company, and. if it decided to trent ;it. or, s near Hobart, Ministers could not prevent it. It is understood that negotiations aro itt progress for the ; treatment of a large parcel of West Coast ores at Ttisdon, but that willi only le concentrates. 'The ore wi'l j first have to he smelted on the West Coast. Whether this will lead to the I utilisation of...
MINISTER OF DEFENCE HIS PROPOSED TRIP TO ENGLAND SEAMEN'S UNION TO BE APPEALED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
MINISTER OF DEFENCE HIS PROPOSED TRIP TO ENGLAND SEAMEN'S UNION TO BE AP PEALED TO. At tlie weekly meeting of the Re turned Sailors' Imperial League of Aus tralia, Queensland branch, a discussion tonk place regarding thc intention of the Minister of Defence (Senator G. Pearce) to proceed to England. As it appeared, it was stated, that tho Minister was absolutely indifferent to the very strong feeling expressed by returned soldiers' organisations throughout the Commonwealth, that his visit would be of no value, a mo rion was passed that a letter be writ ten to the headquarters of the Sea men's Union asking them to support the returned soldiers in the effort to prevent Mr. Pearce from travelling to Kngland by refusing to work the ship he intends to travel on, as more com petent men, it was contended, could be found amongst A.I.F. officers abroad.
DEREGISTRATION OF UNION. FEDERAL APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
DF.KF.CtfTKATJOX. OF TJXIOX. FKDKR.UÍ ArPI.ICATIOX. I MF! rnt'ltXE. Sunday. - Applica j iiiiti is tn ho tiiado for the derieistra tion of the Federated Seamen's Union, owing to its actions ' in the present shipping trouble. Mr.. Watt, Acting Prime Minister, to-day made the following statement regarding the Loongana dispute:-Mr. Groom, Acting Attorney-General, on behalf of the Government, is applying: forthwith for thc deregistratinn of the union. I understand that Mr. Jus tice Higgins, President of thc Arbitra tion Court, is in vacation, and I am not able to state when the application will Lo dealt with : that is for tho judge to say. Probably it will be be fore the Court on Mondav or Tiies day. _ .