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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
I ? » I WARATAH. i I Hoinin-í.-The Wara tali F Kin; ftó 2 held a sinoje-nut. rare na .=at'irJ.iy « from Ridgier. Tile weather rn« iw.» with S.W. Winds. Mr. Ooo. W. HuslfT i iras tho liberator and Mr. I', fl- i Miieatdav timckreper. Thc r.-nh T*'¿ I!. V. Wyatt's Prvazill, i/,;.- I'Tin-J Sw., 1 : A. liubni'-k's l&rfm Ifcfc time -12min. Osre., 2; f)li>;:;.- ?.-ai M»* litran's Southern Cross, t n:,- 13m;ti- j l?!sp-f., 3. Them wer.» twelve (n!r;fi ¡ind four birds wcro shown. \
ANZAC'S WIFE ARRIVES OTHERS AWAITING TASMANIAN STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
SERS AW.urr.vf: TASMANIAN' STEAMER. Í. A. Wilkins, »-if., of Pto. Wil if Sprent, jirrivttl ot Mumie yes moriiiiii: liv the Marrawah from urne. Pie. ¡uni Mrs. Wilkins ii'irrieil in Kni'laml while the for as on ai tire service. She was met ? secretary (Mr. K. A. Winier), Wilkins." ¡ii a' brief itilervii'w, that lhere wiri- a laure number zac wives on the transport which it her out from Ki:-! ind. They fairly plea-in: trip, two or three live ur six nive; nf Tasmanian s in Melbourne at thc present traits t i their futur" homes.
LATROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
"LATROBE. Anglican Church.-Tho anniversary of St. Luke's Sunday School was cele brated on Sunday, when tho Rev. J. 0. Compton conducted three services, at which there were , good attendances. At 'tho afternoon servico the prizes won; py.rthc. scholars during tho year were awarded; Thc school picnic will take place to-morrow nt Bell s Tarado. "Tlie Virgilians." - There was a crowded audience at tho Oddfellows' Hall last night, w-hen an entertain ment was given by "The Virgilians," a party of boys from St. Virgil's College, Hobart. The ' programme .'took tho form bf solos, ducts, sketches, concert ed numbers, and a dramatic scene. Tho singing of A. Bono and T. Dalton is deserving of special mention. A sail or's hornpipe and a Highland fling were rewarded hy hearty applause. 'The Mal scene from "The Merchant of Venice" , gnvo the performers an op portunity of displaying their rcmnrk iblo dramatic ability. Most of the lumbers were ppçoredj ^ .
MORIARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
MORIARTY. A Broken Leg.-Mr. Harold Bauld, a well-known larmer of the district, was the victim of a serious accident on Saturday ovening, Ho was assisting Mr. F. Smith to handle a young halt bred horse when thc animal kicked him in tho legs, breaking tho right leg just above tho ankle, and badly bruis ing tho oilier. Ho was taken to thc Devon Hospital, where the limb was t:ct, and ho was detained for treat ment.
WESLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
WESLEY VALE. ' ' Last Rites.-Tho flincral of the late Sir. Jonathan Beswick took placo yes terday at the Wesley Valo Cemetery. There iraá a largo attendance', the ser vices ai the homo and graveside being conducted1 by the Rev. J. Ebery. Tho following Were tho' bearers :-Messrs. J. J. Sankcy, J. Piper, J. Beswick and A. Maynard. A largo number : of wreaths wero placed upon tho coffin, and tho family received inaiiy Mess ages bf sympathy in its sad bereave ment.
DELORAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
DELORAINE. Cycling. - A handicap bicycle race was run off on Saturday afternoon, tho course being about 9 miles (to Ex ton and back). About 12 started, AV. bakes winning; M. Barrett was se-j cond and Bird tbird. First prize was worth £2 and second 15/. AV. Barrett ! secured 7/6, given for fastest time. The j handicappers were G. Whitelaw and E. Batt." ? ? ?
SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
. SHEFFIELD. j '! -The Food Supply .-;At Saturday's ¡ meeting of tlie council, _a letter was read trom tho Acting Uiicf Health Officer "(Dr. A. H. Clarke) to the ef fect that complaints had . been made ] to his department that, foodstuffs ( were being conveyed about ;ihe district | in carts which wero also used for car-. iring hides and skins. He asked that j tho council take steps to Ijavo tile Act strictly enforced in this regard. The Council Clerk had referred the matter to the inspector, who said there was no truth in tho complaint. Cr. J. A. | Moore said that Chinamen were in tho habit of doing it. Tho Midwives' Act. - Tho Acting Chief Health Officer wiote Saturday's . meeting bf -tho council requesting j that they take steps to carry out the j provisions of tho Midwives' Act. For , tho infringement of this law, severe ! penalties wero provided. I Returned Soldiers' Concert. - In . responso to tho council's request for a statement of the receipts and ex penditure in connection ...
KIMBERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
KIMBERLEY. . Welcome Home.-A welcome social was? given to throe of the Kimberley boys, Trooper Iran Ibbott, Ptes. Chas. Vinoy anu.G. Knowles. Afc tho National, musical items wero render ed. Hr. E. F. Blyth, M.U.A., re marked that Trooper Ibbott was an Anzac with over four years' service; Pto. Viney had had about three years' service in France and Belgium; Pte. Knowles had not got away from Tas mania. Mr.. Blyth presented two of tho lads with medals, those being pinned on ; by Mrs. Ibbott. - Mrs. Knowles received Pto. Knowles' medal, as-he was away. Tho lads suitably re sponded, and "For They aro Jolly Good Fellows" was sung. Supper was then handed round by the ladies, and dancing was indulged in until mid: night.
WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
WEEKLY HEALTH BULLETIN HOBART, Monday.-Following ia thc weekly health bulletin issued by the Health Department: Hobart: Diphtheria, 3; phthisis, 2; scarlet fever, 2. launceston: ~ Diphtheria, 2; phthi sis. 1. Country Districts: Diptheria, 10; phthisis, 3; typhoid fever, 3; ophthal mia neonatorum, 1.
DELORAINE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
DELORAINE COUNCIL Tile Deloraine Council met yester day, üben there was n full attendance. The Warden reported having attend ed to various matters left in his hands. Cr. Loaroyd brought up tho question of a howling green once more, but af ter a lot of discussion the matter was again held over. An unusually largo batch of accounts were passed for pay ment. Several matters relatine to roads and streets were referred to the ward committees. Thc military au thorities wrote that thev could not compile a roll of men enlisted from [Deloraine, but would malte the records available to anyone the council may appoint for the purpose. Tho quos-1 I tion of allowing the ''Sydney "Worker" in tho reading-room was re-opened on a letter teing received asking the council the reason permission was re fused, and it was decided to ask those responsible _to send some more copies along for perusal. The council decided there was no objection to the closing of a road thrdueji Cr. Archer's. W. L. field asked ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
MINING c. J: AYEEDOX AND CO., LTD., SHAKEBROKEUS, St. Andrew's Chambers, 32 St. John Street, LAUNCESTON. (Firm lfeprcscntcd on Stock Exchange) Agents throughout tho Commonwealth. Inquiries Promptly Attended To. Telegram: "Weedon Co., Launceston."
WARATAH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
WARATAH COUNCIL Tho. monthly mooting was held last ! Friday, when there were present: Crs. IP. G." Pollard. M.H.A. (Warden), E. O. Riggs, Ü. Jones, E. N. JIatthcws, G. E. Brown, and J. H. Thorne. The Warden reported that during the past month the work had been con siderably interfered with owing to the holidays. The. work on the Burnic Waratah road was nearly 'completed." Owing to striking bad country, explo sives had to bo used, which caused de lay and slightly increased the cost. TV,« fo'nxo nt. 41,» TîneiWinn Rrnnnil "had been, completed in a satisfactory manner. Men hail been engaged on repairs on Wnratab-Wynyard road near House's Camp, and others employed getting ont stone in readiness for the crusher between , Dunkley's sawmill and the finger post. The tarring of ¡tho footpaths would be commenced as I soon ns the weather permitted. I Amongst tho correspondence was à letter from the Director of Education 'ro postal education.. The councillors considered thia would be a croat bo...
VESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
VESTERDAY'S OUOTATIONS AND 8AI.ES. LATJNCESTOX. Quotations:-Tasmania,, b 5d; Bendi go Amal., 1/2; Broken Hill, s9?2; Bead and Rosebery, s 19/; Mt. Lyell, s 27/; Blocks, h 4\d, s Sid ; Tasman " and Ciwn Lyell, s 3d; Tasmanian Cop per, s 5/9; Rischotf. li £1015/; do. (paid), b £10/15'; Arba, s 4/3; Iîoval George, s 3.'; Pioneer, b 9/, s 12/; Dreadnougbt, s Cd; Mt. Lindsay (paid), s £13. MELBOURNE. Quotations:-Mt. Lyells, b 24/9, s 25/; Blocks, s 4d; Tongkab Compound by 12/7, s 13/; do. Harbor, b 50/, s 52/; Trong, b 53./.
MOUNT BISCHOFF EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
MOUNT BISCHOFF EXTENDED. Fortnightly report, dated "th Janu ary '. Fjist fortnight's stoppage taken ad vantage of for repair work under ground, overhaul of plant, etc; The mill (15 heads) resumed crush ing on ßth inst. Crushed during past four weeks (9.2 days), 633 tons for 6 tons calcined tin oxide.
[?]EDERAL NATIONAL PARTY [?]EME FOR CONSOLIDATION [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
SHDERÂL NATIONAL PARTY I «511 : MK FOI! CONSOLIDATION'. IiiOl'IiNi:, .Monday.-Hon. \V. it. Acting 1'rime Minister, and '.?agues in i lie l'Yiloral Cabinet, liming tbc recess to formulate a boili financial anil domestic, will toirl lo unite al! parties on ibo Government anil its follow II depend for support at next 1 election, at ibo beginning of Thc leaders nf tbc National ii ion are striving for consolida no! a strong influence anion?; tbc t -' I'niuii is al-n at work to eon . ? the whole National Party, in thc last few months hryi ominous signs ci disintegration.
THE NEW CUSTOMS MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 14 January 1919
Jd.íiTHNK, Monilay. - Mr. (¡ivi'iio, «ho lias hoon appointed ir fur Custom, in succession to ni'i'ii, will lie sworn in OH I'ri ii^ Sydney, where Sir Ronald i Fi rjiuson. (!iiv:>rnor-C!encral, is ï. There is no need to swear ir "Russell in as Acting Minister nonce, as the ceremony was hrongli when tic was made Vice