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BLUE PEAS OUTLOOK A HOPEFUL STATEMENT SHIPPING SPACE PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

BLUE PEAS OUTLOOK A HOPEFUL STATEMENT SHIPPING SPACE PROBABLE. HOBART, Monday. - On December 5 last a deputation waited on tho Premier with reference to tho exporta tion of bluo peas, and immediately af ter a cable was sent to tho Agent Geucral to interest himself in the_raat ter.' A reply has now boen received from the' Secretary of Siato .for the Colonies that Sir John M'Gall had ask ? ed whether shipping space could he al j located for blue peas. Hie Shipping i Controller anticipates that space will' > become available for all classes of edi ble peas as soon aa increased tonnage ! on tho homeward berths is available. lit appeared that there was every pro I Lability of space being secured. The Minister of Agriculture will be ¡in Melbourne next week, and ia to fol low matters up.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

Yon coVt rio hotter than tako DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN {or Coughs and CbJds.-<Ad¿M; , ;

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SUCCESS OF REPATRIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

SUCCESS OF REPATRIATION Tho statement by the Minister for Repatriation that out of tho 70,000 soldiers already discharged only 3 per cent, have not been provided with em ployment, if it means that tho rest are all satisfactorily placed, entitles the department to sincere congratulation, irmight be thought that moro thar that proportion would be practically unemployable. In any class of men 07 1 per cent, able to take and hold steady jobs would bo remarkable. Rut to fin'' that number amongst tho discharge!1 soldiers after what they have gone through; and most of whom have go' their discharges on tho ground of phy sical unfitness for further military ser vice, is almost incredible. If 07 per cent, of tho demobilised are industri ally eligible, what percentage may we expect to find so amongst those whr were in good health when the fighting stopped? But it is ono thing to place men in employment and another thine to make sure that they will prove equal to the work. That is not the fault...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEVONPORT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I DEVONPORT COUNCIL The Devonport Council held their monthly meeting yesterday afternoon, i'reseut «ero tho Warden (Cr. H. ll'. M'Fie) and Cw. J. Luck, li. Driscoll, Geo. M. Spilsbury, W. ü. Cunvon, S. .Bcattifc, S. P. Holman, A. W. Mar shall, J. Leary, aud H. A. Dumble ton. Apologies were received from Crs. G. AV. Murray, W. Innes, and W. ¡B. Cocker. I Rabbit Poison. I The Acting Director of Agriculture .(Mr. L. A. Evans) wrote that tho de partment bad secured a quantity of strychnine for tho destruction of rab bits, which could be supplied at ",'3 per oz., which was the cost prico at the department's office in Hobart. I This was forwarded to tho inspector .for his information. Sunday Trading. I Mrs. M. C. Kennedy, of Forth, ap plied for permission to sell fruits, sweets and cordials on Sundays, also to open a tearoom, tho hours to be from ' 2 till G p/.n. Cr. J. Leary moved that permission bo granted under the same terms and conditions as previously. I Cr. Holman seconded the moti...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IRISH PROBLEM NEW FEDERAL SYSTEM PROPOSED). [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

NEW FEDERAL SYSTEM PRO ?POSFT). The correspondent of the London "Daily News" at Dublin says that Mr. Stephen Gwynne, a fortner member of the Houso of Commons, is heading a campaign to introduce a new federal system in Ireland. The mnin object is to overcome Ulster's objection to Homo Rule, simultaneously avoiding tho par tition of Ireland by creating at least two, and probably three. State Gov ernments, which would bo federated under tho Central Irish Government. Mr. Gwynne states that tho scheme «hould bo formulated, signed hy in fluential men, and submitted to the Peace Conference, if the latter is will ing to receivo it.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ELECTRIC POWER FOR SPREYTON SCHEME TURNED DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

ELECTRIC POWER FOR SPREYTON /SCHEME TURNED DOWN. Tho secretary of trie Spreyton Brick and Drain Pipo Works (.Mr. A. G. B. Keene) wrote yesterday's meeting of tho Devonport Council in connection with tho proposal to extend electric power to Spreyton, His company would I take power td the value of £125 per annum if I*' wcro available. _ It was just possiblo they would require half as much again, but they could not commit themselves for tho present. It was trusted tho council would adopt a forward policy, and they could rely on jhe assistance of his company in thc matter. In the same connection Slr. Keene wrote as a director of tho Tasmanian Freehold Investments, Ltd... regarding power for tho cool stores.. Thé season was fast approaching, .and it was essen tial to havo rr-liable nowcr for the works. They underfoot to purchase power to tho extent of £325 per an num. With tho pottery works, this would bo £450, with every prospect of an increase. These requests had beeti placed be fore t...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"I NEED A TONIC." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

r- "I HEED A TONIC** .How often have you heard the re mark passed:-"I need a tonio"? If I you are feeling fagged out physically, Xii Jfour aln won,t act Quickly and Clearly, you should not hesitate about " i?í;i?í"a course °f HEANES TONIC NEUVE NUTS. They restore to the hlûï.i.n s>'stem, tl>e clemenU of 5iiiî,hy^nerïe ttssue> and 'Ich wood, thereby overcoming lassitude and the hundred and ono aches and pains which afflict the lives of neur asthenic subjects. Hean's Tonic Nerve Nuts are sold by all leading chemists and stores, price 3s. per box, or six boxes Xor 17s. 3d, - ^ . "* .

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DISTANCE NOTHING FOUR DAYS TO CROSS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

FOUR DAYS TO CROSS WORLD. Messrs. Hblt and Thomn3, leading aeroplano manufacturers, in a London interview, stated _ that they were con fident that within a reasonable time mail services of 100 miles an hour net between London and Mclboumo would be regular. ? No place in the world is more than four days from London, with Australia four days from London, Bagdad a day and a half, and Capetown thrco days. The trade of the Empire ïâ bound rapidly to increase. Aeroplanes will stari from and land j at post offices, keeping absoluto sche dule limo for letters lietwern London I and Paris, and beating tho telegraph. Captain. Lang, who recently made the record high'Uight, and was after wards technically arrested for reveal ing the distanco of ii, states that it js his ambition to fly across Australia and across tho Atlantic. Captain Lang believes that aviation will revolutionise Australian transport within n penerntinn.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
INDIAN CONGRESS NATIONAL CONGRESS MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

NATIONAL CONGRESS MESSAGE. Router's correspondent rit Delhi re ports that 6000 delegates and visitors attended tho National Congress, the Moderates mostly abstaining. The President, Mr. Mohan Malaviya, who is a member of thc Vico-Regal Coun cil, in his address offered loyal and dutiful greetings to the King-Emperor upon the successful termination of the war. The people of India were particular ly glad to think that while tho des potic monarchs were disappearing, tho King-Emperor sat ever moro firmly in the affections of his people. 1 He suggested that the Congress should send a message to the Peace Conferenco that India was prepared to Contribute in every possible way to wards its success, and to support the League of Nations. He tnought that. India's representation at the Confer ence should be more numerous. Referring to India's great contribu tion to tho war, ho asked how far India would share tho fruits of victory. Ho repudiated as an insulting sugges tion that tho people of Indi...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A NATIONALIST SPLIT QUEENSLAND TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

A NATIONALIST SPLIT QUEENSLAND TROTJRLT? ' Tho recent split in tho Queensland National forces, which resulted in the formation of the Australian Democra tic Union a few weeks ago under the leadership of Mr. Macartney, leader of the Opposition in tho Legislativo As sembly, has given rise to an effort to co-ordinate the forces opposed to the Labor Government. For some days negotiations have been proceeding between representa tives in tho National Political Coun cil and the . Australian Democratic Union, with a view to tho adjustment of the differences between the sections but it is officially stated that the overtures have, proved'abortive. It was agreed an all hands that it is lamentable that there should be a split at a time when it is so neces say that all forces ; should bo^united, .-.nd that a deadlock should anse over a romparatñely unimportant matter. There aro some, hiwover, who refuse to take a pessimistic view of the nre sent situation, believing flint things j will presentl...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
170 MILES IN 85 MINUTES [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

170 MIT/ES TV RS AITYTITFS Major-General Sykes, Chief of the Air Staff, delivered an address of great interest and importance on commercial nviation in the light of war experience, before members of tho London Cham ber of Commerce. In tho course of a fascinating story of tho recent feats of passenger ser vices he told how two members of an American mission mado a record trip to Paria and back in 4 hours 20 minutes. On another occasion a trip of 170 miles from Manchester took 85 min utes, tho course being largely steered by compass. A pilot over 40 years of ago crossed tho Channel 287 times, frequently in bad weather. "Aviation." ho said, "is now on the threshold of a new existence'in com mercial life. In a technical aspect wo can put tho brains of our inven tors and engineers against tho world. Wo have already gained for ourselves thc foremost place in tho design and technique of aircraft and engines. "Thc risk of danger is much less than is often supposed. A consider able proportio...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STANLEY COUNCIL MATTERS CHILDREN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

STANLEY COUNCIL MATTERS CHILDREN AGAIN. Last week children were dealt with at the Stanley Police Court for throw ing stones. At last Friday's council meeting Inspector Harman, of Stanley, reported another dangerous practice indulged in by tho juveniles, which was to dig boles in the streets and cover them over with sticks and. a layer of dirt, making traps of them. Tho council took a serious view of the mat ter, as thc practico may lead to somo bad accident. It is trustrd it will be discontinued beforo action is neces sary. School Attendance.-Councillors were still in n serious attitude when Hoard of Advice matters were being discussed, and parents, for neglecting to send children to school, in glaring cases are to bo prosecuted. Straying Stock.-Owners of unreg istered stock in Stanley and Smithton are to bo prosecuted. This was agreed to on thc motion of Mowbray Crs. Brooks and Moore, and was quickly endorsed by all councillors. Tho writer does not know how Smithton fares, hut cows...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NO STAVERTON GOODS SHED [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

At Saturday's meeting of the Kent ish Council, a letter was read from tbs Minister for Lands and Works (Hon. J. ii. Hayes) acknowledging the council's protest against thc reappro priation of the vote for tho goods shed j at Staverton station. Tho matter had 1 been referred to tlie Commissioner of Railways, who replied as follows:-I "This matter was very fully inquired ' into some time ago, ¡ind it was decided that tho work was not necessary. Should tho traffic handled at the sid ing increase sufficiently to warrant the erection, it will bo'easy to make pro vision'in thc estimates foi tho amount required." The Warden (Cr. E. F. Blyth): That money is still available. Cr. J. Braid: And why is thc work not done? Tho Warden: If West Kent ish doe; not warrant it, no siding 'n Tasmania warrants a shed. Cr. Tyler: If they wait for tho stuff before build ing the shed, they will wait for ever. Peoplo will not tnkb their goods there if there is no protection. Cr. G. Morse | moved that the repl...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MR. HARRINGTON REYNOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

MR. HARRINGTON REYNOLDS, j This famous actor-manager writes to tho proprietors of "Nazetha" as follows:-"I feel I must write you cx f>ressing my thanks for tho great re ief and advantage I obtained through the uso of Nazethn Pastiles. I had a nasty col in the throat, with threaten ed loss of voice, bnt îïazetha Pastiles fixed me np splendidly, and Father Brinn Kelly, of " "Tho_ Rosary," was able to give his blessing onco again. ; "Nazotlm," in liquid form, is obtain able from, all chemists.'

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
12,000,000 EGGS STORAGE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

12,000,000 EGGS STORAGE IN SYDNEY. It was stated at tho annual contcr lenco of the National Utility Poultry I Breeders' Association of Australia, held at Adelaide, that in Sydney there were nearly l.COO.CO!) dozen e¡>gs in cold stores in shell and pulp. These, it was asserted, were under tho control of .'.peculators, and were only sold to tho public while eggs fresh from producers were sent into cold stores. Federal legislation was needed in tho interests of consumers in all tho States. Mr. Fanning (Q.) said hugo profits were made by speculators in cold store eggs. "

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOUTH AMERICAN STRIKES [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

«SOUTH AMERICAN STRIKES !S\V YnlMv. Sunday. - A United s me.-aiîe ir-HM Buenos Ayres rd. Ktiplwyew liave (/.ranted yr trails aral .-horter hours to the ers. The narine strike is still un

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT OPENS WITH POMP ON FEB. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

I IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT HpEXS WITH POMP OX PKT). 4. i,OXI)0.\, Sunday. - His Majesty i rr George will open the Imperial linmcnt on February I. There will a resumption of the old-time stntli s and splendour in the ceremonies ch were abandoned in war tillie.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET PENGUIN v. ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

erar A match, played on tve IVnJM Iîccreation Ground on ^Utinb.' a^.iinsi Ulverstone, result td in an ffi* | fltialined win for tito visiter-. .cTf'i 1 Ulverstone: F. Pearson, e C. Ito'"' staff, IC: W. Smith, mu n>a. V);[t Hiscutt, b J. Kidd, ¿tl; C. Pifkrtt. o A Davis. 63; A. Johnston. !. J. KiJf I'-1: I. C. Curnow, c A. Sr¡n¡.-. ° White, c and b A. Davis, l'l: -. j* Itinson, not out, 12; A. M l'nll»1» ," C. Ilar.l^af., (J: F. Ferrk .. Hsnl-tjS. O; S. (luthrie, b J. KhI.i. .-*; MtnJni't J ll. Total, 201. . r Fondín: n. Hardstafí. r awl " ['o Frrrh, 7; X. H a nb-Liff, b WluV. ''r W. Snooks, st. M'CulUli. í¡; C. H^tt: staff, b White, .1; J. Ki.!.!, . K. f"'";,'ív 10: A. Cunibni-, e .InliH"«.'. H: VIP írinh, b M'Cnllorh. lt V. -i*'-,5 I: Ferris. 0; jr. M'Aiilifio. b M-(*;-ci ": A. Ruis not nut. 13: I. >»T'¿'tn 1) JÍ'Ciiüoob fl: sundris. 7. 1«tal^« Jfesrs. A. Bird and F. A- "rö T neted as iini|)iros. la

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

For that tiokliiiï nicht < T?'' '"L'S DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN'; it's !K5j

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919

WYNYARD. Y.M.C.A .- Lient. J. E. BlatUr and Mr. A. Jameson incl -.vend those interested in Y.M.C.A. 111:1110» al tho lied Triangle after . 1.'in li I Sunday night. An informal di-riK"; on Y.M.C.A, matters tool; pl.w, it was decided to convene a meeting shurtly to consider v.-.iys means of assisting the opp,-;-' tte 'ft now being made for fun.!- : ' fiiaV' tho association to carry nu <.-.IMII; ¿'{ demobilisation period. A Church Meeting.-.Sever,!I matdr.a importance to tho member-" «ill W'lfs cussed at the annual meetiiu ii Stephen's congregation to !. lu'd "> night in tho Parish Hall ¡it .- niki. 1

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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