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BURNIE. ARRIVALS.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
BURNIE. . AHMVALS.-Jnniiary 14. Rotomnliana, ss, 1777 tuns, E. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Smith, Austin, Bowering, Carnegie, Ucarno, Hough, Ronalds, Wood, Jiothroj), Brown, Sparks and z children, Wyllie, Digncy, Stearncs, . Newman and child, Geddyc, Malcolm, Norman, Dunning, Lee, Wells, Long, Mooro, Gatehouse, nurso and child, Hadwell, Dawson, Lucas, Hooko and infant, Sutherland, Shandlcr, Pember ton, k Casey, Williams, Liscombe, Drown, Lade and Leech; Lady Bridges and son; Misses Kay, llolloday, Kand, Haig (2), Holyan/Ilopkins (2), Hart, Drew, Duncan, Sheedy, Spark and child, Loving, Disney, Campbell, Ray nor, Hogarth, Sprigg, Duckniau, ! Tolle, Pern, Malcolm, M'lxiughlin, | Kelly, Lancaster, Nash, . Rodd, Mad- j dos. Joliffe, Smith. Ruffles, Waugh, Lairance, Richanfcnn, Arthur,- lHcw ley, Cope, Spalding, Wright, and Camp bell; Messrs. Tremayne, Connor, Dip rose, Noothrope, Webb, Prior, Maples, Wildon, Schräder, Sjtës, Hay, Towel!, Brown, Sparks, Allen, Ruffles. Hi...
CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
CO-OPERATIVE MARKETINO. Thc report and interim balance sheet of the N.S.W. Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society for the sis monti« ended September 30 last, to bo sub mitted at the half-yearly meeting of shareholders at AVest Maitland on tho 22nd instant, shows gross earnings for the period amounting to £50,382. The credit balance of profit and loss was £8463,. including £456 from the previ ous half-year, which will ns usual bo _--vjarried forwards The directors' report that since tho closo of the financial year a.substan tial number of shares have been sub scribed of the new issue, and in this connection the liberal subscription by poultry farmers (in their determina tion'' to ' embrace co-operative market ing) is much appreciated by the . board. In tho grain (farm produce) Bectioh the turnover was well maintain ed, the gross earnings being £4534 and the credit balance £1203,, including £741 brought 'forward. The fruit and ? vegetable section showed a net profit of £356 after writi...
SHORTACE OF BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SHORTACE OF BUTTER. Melbourne retailers aro com plaining that they arc finding ic a " difficult matter to obtain full supplies of first grade butter on tho Victorian market. They affirm that consignments are being transferred direct to cool stores for despatch to Britain, the iri ducenient to exporters being tho extra ailowanco for butter grading over 90 points.
MAINLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
MAINLAND MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday'.-Oats, Tas manian, white .i 'G; feed, 5/ to 5/2; | Tas Brownell's, £18; Bismarcks, £1* ; ! maize, S/;.onious, £12/10/ to £14; Tasmanian straw, 95/ to 100/. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. - Oats, 4'5 to 4/G; feed, 4/4; maize, G/9 to 7/; chaff, 137/6; hay, 150/; potatoes, OOO/ to 23!)/; onions, 200/to 210/.
NEWSTEAD STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
NEWSTEAD STOCK SALES. ' ^LAUNCESTON. Tuesday .-At the Newstead fat stock market to-day there was a light yarding of sheep. Better demands prevailed for wei hers, with prices slightly in favor of sellers. Lambs were in over-stmply. Opening sales wero on a par with last week, but towards the close, lower values had to bo accepted to effect a clearance, 160 being held over for nest week. The yarding of cattle n.rored more than re quirements. Bidding was very slack, withdrawals being numerous." Best beef sold nt 50/ per lOOlbs. : light weieibts of medium quality, 45/ uer JOOlbs. '
OVERSEA PASSENGERS BOCKINGS FOR SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
" OVERSEA PASSENGERS' TCC'KTÎÏGS FOU SOUTH AFRICA. I Jlr.XIïOOît-îvE, Tuesday.-Messrs. Dalgety end Co., nfients for the rioa'air Mr.ve.liion, cn which Senator .Pennie, Ministry fur Defence, is to learn fur Loudon, have hoon given pcr mhsion to book li civilian passengers j for South Africa, but net for London, j Sewn passenj^rs may, bo booked in j Sydney and seven in Melbourne.
ANZACS' WIVES EIGHT FOR TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
MAGS' WIVES EIGHT FOR," TASMANIA^ ilELEOLIBNiO, Ti:e=day. - Among tho passengers loaring Melbourne for I Launceston "to-day "by tho steamer Awaroa wcro the following ? wires who : had been 'detained in Melbonnio for: some days' through tho Loon'gnna j trouble:-Mesdames. Conrad, Clayton, j Simmons, Harding (and infant), Hill (and infant), LVnihey, Smühtirst, Pursell (and three, children).
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 — 15 January 1919
C. J. VEEDOX AXD CO., LTD., SHAREBROKEHS, St. Andrew's Clinmbers, 32 St. John Street, LAUXCESTON. (Firm Represented on Stock Exchange) Agents throughout the Commonwealth. Inquiries Promptly 'Attended To. Telegram: "We'Mon Co., Launceston."
EXPORTS.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
. 7 , EXPORTS.-Jlumary 14. Per Marrawah, ss, (or Melbourne: 9 bgs hides. 2 esta tallow, 7 bdls sheepskins, 12 csks, 7 bgs bottles, 26 myrtle logs (17,030ft.), 28 sassafras logs (6100ft.), 16 celery pine logs (4999ft.), 2 figured blackwood logs, (812 ft.), 12 hardwood, logs (8185ft.), 22,339 ft. sawn hardwood, 33,89&ft. sawn myr tle, 12,144ft. sawn blackwood. 620Oft. dressed weatherboards, 11,527ft. caso material, and sundries. The ss ' Koonya arrived yesterday from Newcastle with a-cargo of coal. She leaves tolday with produce for Sydney, nnd cargo will bo received up ti midday. Tho ss Rotomahana arrived hero yes terday morning shortly after 5 o'clock with pnssenger9> and cargo. She left during the morning for Devonport, the return trip for Melbourne being made direct from that port during the after noon. Tho ss Marrawah left last night with passengers »nd cargo for Melbourne. . Tho ss Wainui is due hero nt 4 o'clock to-day with passengers from Melbourne. After landing th...
DESTRUCTION OF MILITARY CLOTHING SCANDALOUS WASTE ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
DESTRUCTION OF MILITARY -CLOTHING SCANDALOUS WASTE ALLEGED. . Tho destruction of a large quantity pf military groat coats, tunics and hats is. stated to have been carriod out ioino little time ago at the South Mcl bourno orderly roams. Good serviceable jvercoats which, it. is said, would have jrovcd most acceptablo to many a per ;on of small means, aro alleged tu iiavo been ruthlessly hacked.to pieces, while tunics and hats aro said to hare been similarly destroyed. ; Orders for tho destruction of these articles aro re ported to have been issued by the Defenco authorities, apparently on thc ground that the clothing was unfit for further wear. Biit it is asserted by a person who actually saw tho garments being cut to pieces that they were of quite a serviceable nature. In his opin ion tho destruction of tho clothing was scandalous and wicked waste.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
Hie magnitude pf H. Jones and Co.'a operations contributes to tba quality of I.X.L. Jams, Canned Fruits, and Sauces. Alvrays cheapest and he.st.* RED CROSS PRODUCE STALL, I DEVONPORT. THURSDAY, JAN. 16. A'! donations Fruit, Calces, Jam, Vege tables accentahle. * ! D. M. EDWARDS, C. A, INNES, Joint Hon. Secs. DEVONPORT FLOWER And VEGETABLE SHOW, 'TOWN HALL ON TUESDAY NEXT. Schedules at Hope and Richmond's j and Kempling's. 225 SECTIONS CLASSES FOR EVERYONE.
THE SUMMER CARNIVAL CLOSING OF NOMINATIONS TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
THE SUMMER CARNIVAL I CLOJSG OF NOMINATIONS | j TASMANIAN "RACING CLUB. j HOBART, Tuesday. - Nominations for the T.R.C. summer carnvial are: FIRST DAY. Trial Handicap.-Star Queen, Lady ] Fraise, Mervana, Rullecourt, Risc, j Ht. Ivanhoe, Mohreny, Tortugnn, Rone, Eileen Chit ou, Beiledv. Knight, I Miss Laurel, Lady Lauretta, Stitch ing, Master Chiron,- Chirolil. Brocardoj^ Renaissance, Pharisäer, Godwin-Star. First Hurdle Race.-Laybye, Col umn, Flagas, Sylvan Light, Koagara, (.laneway. Waverley : Handicap.-Tucks, Snrto lcra, Air. Sim, Fire Un, Jferwiu, Per tama, Shuture." Mylator, Tom Splen dour, Coloran, Lady of Dreams', Draw ing, Sweet Memory, Lao, Musk Ctar, Light Action, Hobart Clip.-Secret. Code, Princess Vimy, Prince Moeraki, Nadir Shah, Two Blues, Ardrossan, Sir Diff, Silent Maid, Silver Speary Kenelic, Felim, Rarhtinc, Earlborn, Wallachio, Vocal King, .Ordella, IiOrd Cavendish. Elwick Futurity Stakes.-Harvester, Kermannkn, Venture, . Queen Boor R¡ma, Thistle, Sybaris, Thrapp'....
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
, SECOND DAY. _: Encourage Stakes.-Star ' Queen, j Lady Fraise, Booran's Favorite, Mer- ( vana, Bullecourt, Bise, Roue, Belted i Knight, Miss Laurel, Tom Splendour, Elathan, Brocardo, Renaissance, Pharisäer, Lady of Dreams, Drawing, Belgium Girl, Godwin Star. Tattersalls Stakes-Prince. Moeraki, Nndir Shah, Ardrossan. Oomoo, Ron delet, Palamona, Tom Splendour. Isay, Fancy Light, Coloran, Diomedôn, Gol den AVire, Tasman's Sister, Napatan, Earlstine, Ordella, Lysander. Jumpers' Flat.-Belgalus. The Lyre, Torpaz, Shotfire, Czaranus, Re ject, False Dawn, Flages, Jati, Draw ing, Lao, . Stiller Stakes.-Princess - Vimy, Ar drossan; St. Ivanhoe, Silver Spear, Kenelie.-Stitching, Warneford, Diome dôn, Fcfim, Earlborn, Musk Star, Or della, Lord Cavendish. Moonah Handicap. - Secret Code, Comic Song, Mr. Sim, Merwin, Shot fire, Mylator, Stitching, Master Chiron, Lady of Di earns, Light Ac tion, LvBander. Elwick Handicap.-Sartolcra, Bise, Chore, Trashore, Pertama, Palamona, Coleran, Gold Wire. Wnl...
THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
THIRD DAY. Second Hurdle Hace.-Làybye', Col umn, Mr. Sim, Sylvan Light, -Mylator, Ronnie, Simon. Koagara, Flagas, Gangway, Jati, Glenorchy Handicap.-Booran's Fav orite, Bullecourt, Bise, Fire On, Pala mona, Bone, Belted Knight, Miss Laurel, Tom Splendour, Elathan, Mas ter Chiron, Renaissance, Pharisäer, T.adv of Dreams, Drawing, Belgium Girt, Godwin Star. StceplchihO. - C.J.C., Charlie Fraser, Good Morning, Torpaz, Melo kim, Bbllenzn, Wattuwarri, Chester Queen. Wilson Handicap.-Secret Code, Princess Vimy, Prhïco Moeraki, Nadir Shah, Two Blues. Ardrossan, Sir Diff, Silent Maid, Silver Spear, Kenelic, Etrlstine, Fefim, Farlborn. Musk Star, Vocal King, Ordella, Lord Cavendish,. The Lord Handicap.-Han "«ter, Kcrmrnuka, Venture Queen. Boo gana, Thistlette. Syharis, Thrapplc, Cunning Vox, Hnrpress, Rock Lynn, Bonrondal. Banoon, Liberty Loan. Final Handicap'. Comic Sang, Nadir Shah, St. Ivanhoe, Oomoo, Chore, Merwin. Rondelet, Pcrtanin, High tide, Palamona, Tom Splendour, Isay, Fancy Light...
2,000,000-DOLLAR ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
2,000,000-DOLLAK. ESTATE. NEW YORK, Monday. - Mr.'Her bert Lethbridge, co-executor, has filed the will of the late George Yüill, dis posing of more than 2,000,000 dollars I held in deposit in the Mt. Morgan G.M. Company, Queensland. Tho money has been divided between the servants nnd daughter, the Countess of,Portar lington; -Mr. LethDridge lina filed a claim for exemption from the trans fer tax.