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LAUNCESTON CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
L A UXCESTOX COXT Ks i ~ UUXCESTOX. Sunday. - Tl:* N.T.li.A.. pennant .'Hill shield: lli.ilrilii un Saturday resulted as follev - - I Pennant.-Smitli, 00; Ii,-., muy. 93 (after playing au extra 11:. 1 eain4 to the Kaine iinishing Ol) a!!*. 1..U.C., !V)5; East, 84. Shields. - Smith. IfK); luv. muir, 70. L.B.C., 103; East. 01. The match against the «Vith fer M'fimvan's cup, to he played iv nest Saturday, is exciting COIIM'.I. r;.v.' it terest. '_
ON THE RANGES DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
ON THE RANGES PEVOXPOliT. ino Hevunpnrt Itifle Club 'r.«l ll' first iniitcli in T) stage un -".ifinl:. nfternoun; 10 flints ¡a i-i ? mnl M yards. Host scratch semor- -uro ll. a Green. Cl ; G. P. iluHi-. - v ll. Miller. 83. Tiru possibles ». , H pre 1 nt £00 yards bv K. .«mb-, »mi f. Weller. Results: goo fi . ll.T!. _ yd-. ? '-._ H.-l). Orren ... :."ä i.' lt H G. P. Mulligan . -17 ' 1" I1'1 G. E, Watts . j fi : If I1"1' R. Amlraws . .1." r i5111' R Hiller. .¡I bl N G. Green . ?. . ii !>'. H. P. Viirrav ... T! ' ' Ll f" James Wilron. |-' " H fi I?. Poden . Til ... ll fl A. fi. Turnbull ... 17 ? 1' " A. Chain-in . ft» !?' >.> F. Aialnnln . .11 " 10 ?" C. AVcllcr. -i: - ll 'J Rango nrircs: pMvds.. ' «',11.1 and E. Soden; RfOyrls.". H. : .H.T.
RABBIT PEST DRIVE OF DESTRUCTION IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
RABBIT PEST DRIVE OF BEST RUC ll' X IN* VICTORIA. A telegram received Ly ; VHW* ian vermin destruction b:.e ii '"° tho rabbit inspector in i. iwr'l'" eastern district, stated : "Rabbits urn swarming . ?>-" '''' li\cr. Cannot action bc ,,.;.rJ "> that side?" Tlio chief inspector u>lr. i.'i'y' .3" a largo quantity nf poi-i :¡ -J stock, and, would bo supplinl iii hr''-' owners not aldo to buy il pi niely The simultaneous drive in \'v against the rabbit pest »>..iM carly in February. Ito could not sec that nay ' Iv.'lit»-'; would be gained by pruii^n; io V1 South Wales.
COALITION LIBERALS [?]PTURING THE ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
I COALITION LIBERALS ' ITTRTXO Tin-: cnf.AX'f?vTiox. j IOXlälX, Saturday.-An-Malin» (i> "Haily Express." thc Coalition frais in thc r.ett Parliament ar:1 ¡iii'i a (h'tmnhii'il attempt tn o Afr. Lloyd Oort.,- iiyho posh-i..:, [?rations. Already tin- lvi:>tcns ptios' Federation has !, vu c.tp U. If the C..a!iii.m Uh^t.xU r.n.fnr [organisation, the party fiends trill i (distributed fw-tn« th ? Fedora-1
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
PERSONAL Mr. H, L. Hanuy, who for tho past two new year carnivals at Burnie has acted as drum-major for the Burnie Brass Band, left for Victoria on Sat urday, and will in futuro tesido at Melbourne. During recent years tho activities of tho Education-Department have, in creased and expanded to such an "ex tent as to render tho appointment of a second professional officer, at head quarters a. necessity,'and at last meei*: inp of the . Executive Council Mr. Bohcrt .Henry Crawford, Inspector of Schools; was appointed to tho position of secretary,' in* succession to Mr. J. Masters, who recently retired from the service. Mr. Crawford entered the Education Department in 18P5, passed through tho various grades as a teach er, and was appointed to the position o' Inspector of Schools in 1911. .. He has, therefore, had considerable experi ence, both hs a teacher and an inspec tor, and this should provo invaluable to him and to tho-department in his new position. Mr. Thomas E. Long, Hobart, Ci...
WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
WARWICK FARM SYDNEY. Satnrl-iy. _ Following are the chief results of the mee meet ing held at Warwick Farm to-day: Maiden Handicap.-Lndv Charis. 1 ; Stitching, 2; Telegram, 3. Betting: 5 lu i ixr.ninst Lady Charis. ' " Pace Welter: Morns, 1; Cnnanray,' 2; Faithful Laddie. 3. Others: Hanny T.iml, Bimeter. Goonhilly, Xilmaine, Willow, and- Green Finke.:. Won hy a neck, with a length between the se cond and third. Time: limn. 15} ¡ sccs. Betting: 6 tf. 1 against Moms. Liverpool Mile.-T. Bounce, 1:1 Peat, 2; Lord Bardolnh, 3. Won by a length, with a similar distance be t tween second and third. '
[?]ERLIN'S STREETS RUN RED COMPARABLE TO ARTILLERY BATTIE EXTREMISTS [?] [?]BOLSHEVIK COMAR[?]S ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
COMPARABLE TO ARTILLERY BATTIE EXTREMISTS F ;TED. nOLSHKVIK COMIU S ASSIST. AMSTKUDAM, Saturday.-Respect if thu Derim fighting, the latest re iirts from Hcrlin state that thc Spar icusors aro discouraged hy the icagro results they secured. The ovcrnment retains possession of the lief buildings, including tho Jlcich ag. They ejected tho Spartacusers nm the State printing office, but the Uer stole eighteen million marita' nrth of paper money. Tho Govorn rnt are concentrating troops in the [burbs for tho suppression of dis trainees. The Spartacusers have pro aimed a new Government called a evolutionary Government Committee, nsistiim of threo members. Dr. eWtneelit, Rerrs Ledhour and Tcik. A Copenhagen message says that idendnrff has received tho Govern -nt's permission to return, and has rived at I.eipzeig, The Spartacus, ju nu outbreak nt miicli on Tuesday, attacked the uk, hut mahcine guns were brought hear on the rioters and they were irised. \nuther Copenhagen message states i' the...
REVOLUTIOARIES ROUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
fflF.Vf)I,rTIO\.\lilß TCCU'TF.D. IBX POX. S:»-.ur.-l;iy.- At Ticrlin br B un rHiur-!ay tin- Government ms stormed and recaptured the Bquartcrs nf the Spartacus revnlu prii s, mid destroyed tiie premisos. I íifiíitinii reached the climax (in rtuesduy nijiht. Many «ere killed . wounded (lorim; ;he Government jps1 assault. A Wolff's Tturcan «neo states that the unmade an I -hine pm fiiilitinn iliminsbeil on irsday. and the streets are now îparativcly quiet. The Oov.rnmcilt lolctely won ¡he day. >n Friday ilie Sparv.icusrrs, in at iptins to create a famine, cut off water, ;;as and electricity, and the lulaee wen- panie-srticken.. A mob rmed thc baker* shops.
EXPORTS.—Janunry ll. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
EXPORTS.-Janunry ll. Per Rotomahana, s-, for ûiei lourne:-69 bes peas, Clements ami (Jo. j 1 pfcee, Finlayson Bros. ; also 6 boxes butter, 5 bg3 green peas, and Bundries. Rotomahana, ss, arrived from Mel bourne via Burnie nt 8.30 on Satur day morning, and left on return at i o'clock. . Koonya, ss, arrived from Newcastle with coal at 10.50 on Saturday morn ing, and is expected to leave this evening for Burnie.
IMPORTS.—January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
. IirPORTS- January ll. . ? 5Per Rotomnhana, ss,, from Mel ourne:-8 bdls steel, 1 cs tea, 3 ampers samples. Cocker and Co. ; IW bgs, 2 bales, D. Loane; 4 ess drugs, 2 . ess drapery, 64 bgs sugar, 1 pkg wheels, 2 pkg», Don Co.; 6 ess har vesters, T. Roseveai ; also 21 bgs ce ment. 65 ess fruit, and general mer chandise
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
After the cold snap DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN far Coughs ia tho Sgbt thing.-(Advt.). . - TO-NIGHT. MAJESTIC THEATRE. DEVONPORT Direction. H. Lane, ! Beautiful Margery Wilson in i "MOUNTAIN DEW" ; Mack Sennett comedy, "FRIEND , HUSBAND," Australian and English. Gazettes. TO-MORROW (Tuesday); Central Hall. Burnie:-Wallace Reid in "THE AVORLD APART." AYEDNESDAY, Majestic Theatre, Devonport. -George ? Behan in "THE BAR CELLINI MILLIONS," and Bert Lvttel in "THE TRAIL TO YESTERDAY." HB T7IRGILIANS. ! ODDFELLOWS* HALL, LATROBE, TO-NIGHT. MAJFSTIC THEATRE, Devonport. To-morrow night. TOWN HALL, Ulverstone.-Fridoy. AVYNYARD.-January 21. BURNIE.-Jan. 22. Tho Collegian Stars. Don't miss them. Prices: 2/ and 1/, NOTICES. ,EVONPORT LICENSING ' DISTRICT. NOTICE IS GIVEN that tho first Quarterly .Meeting of tho Licensing Court fur the District of . Devonport will he held at tho Court House, De vonport, on 'IliEaDA"t, February 25 next, at IO o'clock m the forenoon. Dated at Devonport tho 10th Janu ary, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SHIITE'S BIG BOOT SALE STILL BOOMING! COMEI SNAP THE LAST CHANCE OF BARGAINS! , COME! SNAP THE LAST CHANCE OF BARGAINS I COME! SNAP THE LAST CHANCE OF B AUG AINSI SHIITE'S, BURNIE . . AND . . WYNYARD. LADIES' COSTUMES. . THE NEW SEASON'S MATERIALS THE NEW SEASON'S MATERIA US THE NEW SEASON'S MATERIALS THE NEW SEASON'S MATERIALS HAVE ARRIVED PURE INDIGO TWILLS. Also Brown, Fawn,' and Grey COSTUME CLOTHS. JONES & MUNN J Oatley Street, BURNIE, WHERE THE GOOD HATS ARE. STOCKA« SALE AH our Seasonable Goods aro now GREATLY MARKED DOWN for abso lute clearance for cash before nest month, when our annual taking of stock commences. STAR BA.RÇA'.NS. Ladies' Costumes, in Voile,' Linen and ?.? Gabardine, 28/6, for 20/; 35/6, for ' 25/; 40/, for 28/6. _ ' Maids' Green or Brown Gabardine . ?Dresses, 36, 38 and 40 inches long, . 10/6, for 6/11. Children's Muslin Print and Voilo Dresses, marked 3/0 to 4/6, now - . 2/11 ; marked 4/11 to 6/6, now 3/11. This Season's MILLINERY at half marked pr...
CROPS AND, MARKETS [?] MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
. CROPS' A ND, "MARKETS I '" "UktHANlij)*- 'MARKETS. "DüV tlM'UüT.-There «vro no 'de Uvcriei of- pbtatoe3 on Saturday, and - price i could nat bo quoted, even nom ' inally.: &lt;.llie whole .valuó question will bo decided by the iato of the" shipment to Sydney by the steamer Tavinni. Xcw chaff was quoted nt up to JCS, the apparently choap-rato being due to the uncertainty of the keeping quality ol thc noaly-cut-hay, and buying is now only done for immediate requirements. Peas were quoted at 10/ per bushel for blue3, a few lots of new season's arriv ing from East Devonport. In the opin ion of merchants this rate cannot hold, ns there is so far no assurance, of an outlet for the legume on tho London market. ' A couple of oversea boats are coming to Hobart, but they are going to load up chiefly witli wool, ac cording to thc advice received1. Peas . are yielding well, and there promises to b? a vcrv heavy crop on the Coast. DURXIE.-It is expected, that.tho nest produce boat will...
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT A SHUFFLE OF PORTFOLIOS MR. GREENE SUCCEEDS MR. JENSEN. SENATOR RUSSELL ACTING MINISTER OF DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ¡ : A SHUFFLE OF PORTFOLIOS MR. GREENE SUCCEEDS MR. JENSEN. SENATOR RUSSELL ACTING -MIN ISTER. OF DEFENCE. MELBOURNE, Sunday.-The Act ing-Prime Minister announced tooday, that Senator Bussell will be Acting Minister of Defence during tho nb sencc of Senator Pearce in" Europe Mr. Massy Greene will be Minister for Customs, and will be sworn in at Syd-;, ney by tho Governor-General next week. These arrangements . will be until the Prime Minister returns. Senator Russell will continue iaj charge of tho Wheat.Pool; he will be assisted at thc Defence Department bv 'ur. Wisc. .Mr. Poynton re mains Actitig Minister for the Navy, anti will a I--(j assist Senator Millen in tho Repatriation Department, re presenting it in the House of Repre sentatives. Mr. Orchard, Minister for Recniitinp, will* retire from the Cabinet, that office beinfr no longer required; he will, however, continue as chairman of tho Peace Celebration Committee until the celebrations rire completed.
EPSOM HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
EPSOM ilURDLE. MELBOURNE, Snturday. - The ! Epsom llacing Club held a successful ?meeting to-duy. Kesults: I Hurdle, two pidos. '- Le Mattan, 11.11, 1; Hassandene,. 0.5, 2; Wortu ipa, 10.5, 3. Others: Bitter Ale, Ex plorer, Salient, Amyntns, Post Impres sion and.Evicta. Won by a length, with 5 lengths between the second ano third. Time: 3min. 41sec. Betting: 4 to 1 nuainst Lo Mattnn. Open Handicap, six furlongs. - Mol lio Malt, 7.6, 1: Afflatus, 7.7, 2; Guo rino, 7.4. 3. Others: St. Mira, Sis ter Satellite, Ordella, Chai, Tongknh, After Glow, Palos, Dessie May, Stra tus, Merrimba, and Sun Cloud. Won by a head, with half a length between tho second nnd thirds Timo: 1min. 14J sec. Betting: 5 to 1 against Mollie Malt. Brush Steeple, two miles and 15 chains. - Kalola, 9.2, 1 ;" Watamur ra, 9.3, 2; Kidman, 9.3, 3. Others: Common King, Sylvan Lass. Jan Jena, Goodland, Harmbert, My Donald, and Johnnie Collins. Won by two lengths. Time: 4min, 16sec. Betting: 7 to 2 against Katula. I Two-Ypa...
SATURDAY'S RACES ROBART RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 13 January 1919
SATURDAY'S RACES liOBAKT I?AGES! HOBART, Sunday.-Tho Tasmanian Amateur Jockey Club meeting at .'ilttickjesterday was largely attended, and some first-class racing was wit nessed. Tho weather was warm. Tho fields were large, and some good divi dends were paid, notably by Rondolct (£12A'/ö) and Prince Moeraki (£5/0/6). A total of £7470/5/ was put through the machines. Results: TRIAL- 'HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Belted Knight, 9.3... ... ... 1 Biso, 8.7. 2 Star Queen, 8.2... ... ... ... 3 Others:-Dr. Bill, Miss Laurel, Mer vana, Roue, Eileen Chiron, Tortugan, Renaissance. AVon by half a head, a length between second and third. Roue was fourth. Time, 1.20 1-5. Dividends. 19/6 and 10/6. HIGHAVEIGHT HANDICAP. Celeran, 9.4. . 1 Tom Splendor, 9.0. 2 Pertama, 8.9 ... ... ... ... 3 Others: Drawing, Sartolera, Koag ! nra, Foedus. Reject. Mybitor, Lady of i Dreams, Flekla, Lady Laurota. Won by three-quaters of a length, with a length and n half between second and third. Focdns was fourth. Time, 1....