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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
THIRD DAY. Tamar Hurdle. - Light Dragoon, Gangway, Tho Clan, Elathan, Knight of tho Spear, Gooree Gunn, Flagus, Miss Eminent, Wishful, Koagara, Rose of Melbourne, irr. Sim, Laybye, Wor tupa, Common King. St. Leonard's Handicap.-Sybarus, Fleeting Folly, Indian Game, This tlette, Harprcsa, Thrapple, Panoon, Rocklynn, Boorandal, Boorgana4 Har vester, Ksrmwwkaj Libertj4 George Adams' ríate.-Broodseinde, Earlstine, Cantilena, Chance Elite, Capt. Standish, Felim, Minnesinger, Warneton, Secret Code, Prince Moo rak!, Two Blues, Ardrossan, Sir DifF, Silver Spear, Silent Maid, Kenilic, Earlbon, Musk Star, A'ccal King, Or della, Lord Cavendish, Princess Vimy. Steeplechase-'Wanmarri, Sultan, Baheny, Tapall, Jïontiimana, Torp.nz, Subsidy, Gangway, Chester Queen, Bcllcnzn, Gold Slecw, Button Grass, C.J.C., Charlie fraser, Good Morn ing, Royal. Invermay Handicap.-Miss Fort, Broodseinde, Seek, Drawing, Booran's Favorite, Renaissance, Daily Mirror, Sweet Token, Panguoneah, -Laird, Jlin niesinRor,' B...
NEWNHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
NEWNHAM.' LAUNCESTON, Tuesday. - Nomin ations foe the Newnham Cluh carnival meeting: Plate and Purse.-Booran's Favorite, Ma'norway, Ormisin, Dioniedon, Blight "spear, Booraline, Jack L-iw, Brccardo, Chirolil, Bonnie Simon, Menghoe, Cap tain Standish, Napatan, Drawing, Belle Louse, Lady of Dreams, Rena's-« sance, Pangoonenh, Elathan, Panope, Duel d'Or, Isay, Godwin Star, Lysan der, Light Actipn, Avolona. Myalla Jumpers' Flat. - Thurlagun yah, Knight of the Spear, Sweet Memory; Tho Clan, Simon Square, Lao, Belgium ..Girl, Light Dragoon, Kilo watt, Drawing, Jacatra, Mr. Sim, Thc Lyre. Czaranus, Clootie, Wortupa, Royal. Newnham Cup.-Golden Wire, Molly Chiron, Enigmatical, Diomcdon, Celer nn, Felim, Capt. Standish, Tasman's Sister, Warncford, Cantilona, Chance Elite, Earlstino, Bise, Nadir Shah, Sar tolera, Two Blues, Ardrossan, ' Silver Spear, Isay, Music Star, Wortupa, Or dclla, Lord Cavendish. Mowbray Handicap.-Napatan, Darn, Diomedon, Boytah, Celeran, Drawing, Miss Fort, Watching, Mi...
BENISON BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
BENISON BELL. The members of tho "Renison Bell Rifle Club completed thc first stage of a match for trophy presented hy Mr. J. Jardine on Saturday. Tho weath er was fine, but a changeable light and a front fishtail wind mada good scores hard tp obtain. Conditions were, 8 shots and 2 sightors at each rango. Scores: SCO 503 H. TL yds. yds. K, Gillow ... .... 34 37 &lt;TTZ T. Thomas ... ... ... ... 28 3d 9 73 R. J. Hetherington 8-5 33 4 72 C. Chandler ... . 30 82 8 70 0. Mouzie ... . 30 31 7 CS C. E. Jones-...*... ... 30 33 4 67 JV Taylor;.". ... 30 - 32 4 66 W. Chandler .....22' 28 15 65 *\W Kenwortbv .;. ...29 . 26 5 CO E. \f iltrr-on " '.. ... 16. 2=^ ll 55 C. WeUter ... . t.. 22 Ti 9 55 A. Dohm ... ... ... ..; 9 30 12 51 J. Hudson ... ... ;.. . 18 -18 15 61 »' \
THE LOONGANA HOLD-UP NO SETTLEMENT YET. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
THE LOONGANA HOLD-UP NO SETTLEMENT \yv \mi 1 MATT li Vin rr_i I MELUOÜKXE, Tucsday.3;ö 1:t. I tlcmcnt of tho shippitiis di.-.M.U- ¡lM yet been arrived at. -1 hough .1 niiet ing of tho Federated Seamen ¡md Ht*, linen's Union last night a¡|^i'¡tt.(| dclcgntcs to put forward CITU.'H p,^ I posais' for settlement, an iiaiLVKnt I was no nearer to-day. .Mr. "wi .!"i,a. ison, manager of the f/niuo .SiÎM::;-',^, ¡Company, said th h morning i),at |;8 ?had not made, any appoint nient (i )e. «?iva-a delegation from th" r;c:i, .,,.¡1 '«.«3 unable to do £0, as, the uiii"a h:&lt;l ¡not officially notified him of iii dwi. ! sion.
ON THE RANGES SMITHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SMITHTON. On tho Smithton Birlo Bango on Saturday afternoon a match waa fired for a trophy presented by Mr. Geo. Acheson, and was won by L. G. Em mott, 6: Brown being second and Frk. Parker third. Conditions were: -Two sighters and seven shorts at 500 and COO yards. "Weather condi tions good. Scores: h. G:-Emmett ... G. Brown . Erk. Parker ... ... A. E. Grey . N. P. Mausen ... N. ? White."..-. F. Henld...V. J. Coward ... ... G. Heid... . A.-Bilung. Mt'." Boag ... ... ... 500 OOO H. Tl. yds, yds._ ~28 25* 18 70 30 £0 7 67 25 22 16 63, 18 -23*10 61 33* IB 10 CO j 24" 17 18 50 13 16 30 59 21 'll 26 55 9 5 33 52 16" 21 14 51 14 19 16 49 .Exceeded limit.
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
WARATAH. The Trip from tile Coast.-A motor party from Burnie, including Messrs. J. T. Alexander nnd Mark Southwell, visited Waratah on Sunday vin tho Wynyard road. Thc running time oc cupies} was 3} hours, anu they report that the road is in good order, with the exception of a few places, the wont part being tho .Coast sido-of tho Hell yer River. As* tito beauty of tho drivo becomes known it is expected that many parties will take tho trip, which will givo. them an opportunity of see ing the mines nnd also motoring to thc 19-mile peg on thc Corinna road, along which some splendid views arc io be obtained. Mainland visitors will great ly appreciate the clean mountain air and mild bracing climate. ¡ Homing.-Tho Waratah Flying Club held'a general meeting of members on Monday evening, Mr. R. V. Wyatt in. the chair. . There were a fair attend ance of ' members. After routine busi ness had been disposed of, tho follow ing roster was drawn up:-Jan. ll, . Guildford Junction; Jan. 25. Ridgle...
ROSEBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
ROSEBERY. Accident.-Leo. Rossin, a miner in I tlie employ of tho Mt. Rea dánd Rose bery Co., "met with a painful accident on Tuesday morning, a large piece of rock falling on tho back of his band, and fracturing the middle fingers. Athletic Club.-The annual meeting of tho Rosebery Athletic Club took placo on Saturday evening, when thero was a good attendance. Mr. D. Con nolly occupied tho chair, and compli mented the committee on tho success of last year's meeting, there being a credit balance of £7/lC.'6 in hand. A strong committee was formed to carry out this year's programme, which is to bo held on March 15. Tho programme will appear in a future issue of this paper. Football. - A football match was played on tho Rosebery Recreation Ground on Saturday between Williams ford and tile' local team, and after a slow _ and rough game Rosebery finish ed winners by 7 goals 5 behinds to 1 goal 12 behinds. The best football was shown by tho local team in the first and third quarters, when t...
IRISHTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
IRISHTOWN. Accidents.-A succession of occi dents occurred here recently. Tho most serious being tho ono suffered Hr. lt. M'Pheo, who was serious ly injured by beinjr kicked bv a horse in the region of the heart, both feet landing full force on Mr. Jl'PbeVs chest. Wo are very pleased to hear I he is now out of danger. A young ¡adv from Trowutta wis thrown out of her trap through the horse receiv ing a fright, fortunately the lady was. not seriously hurt, though partially stunned. A motor çar coming down John's Hill collided with a trap as cending thc hill. Hie. driver of thc car is not hlHmcd for this, although tlie occupants wero fortunato in es caping severo injury. , i -
QUESTION OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
QUKSTIOX OP DRRI"fU?" íí ''ii¡j'* j to n question as tn wln-n" ti,,' :i; ¡,>.''; ; lion for tin; dVrcg'Ur.tiK)n t.i iii,. i crated Seamen's Union v.-.n v, y iheinl, Mr. !.. i!, Groom, Ailing \¡. ,torne.v-í¡encral, stat.':! to-day tímt'|," ; Iii:».! nu infoi'iuation lu ¡»ive. j If tho Government is lam-Tern* ¡n ¡its attempt to get the union il,-io;i¡¡. ;tered, it does not appear likely i|ut . the case will come before thc Arbitra, .ition Court for a day or two.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
WRIGHT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY. Two or three bottles of DR. WRIGHT'S Remedy will cure most cases of Rheumatism, Sciatica, or Lumbago, bat with SIX bottles purchased at ona time a SIGNED GUARANTEE ia given to CURE OR REFUND MONEY. 5,'6 Bottle; Six with Guarantee, 3.3,'. Sold by aU Chemists and Stores. The Repu tation of our Agents Demon strates the Genuineness of our Guarantee. Agents : HATTON AND LAWS. FAIRTHORNE AND SON. H. T. GOULD AND CO. A. P. MILLER AND SON. LADIES! Velvet Soap must¡ bo bert j nice ia wwi dozes ssa iL*
COAST PASSENGER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
COAST IMSSEXfíEJl TIUDE. I Tho ss lîotomiihnna brought îll j passengers) to tho Norlb-YVcst dust > yesterday morning. (Ju the outward , journey she took HI passen ..'cr-. Tho ¡ss Karrawali left Burnie la.-i n\-fa ¡with 35 passengers for Melbourne, nul tho ss Wainui is due at A o'clock tiri, afternoon with passengers lunn tin same port. The Holomnhnna is IIMO on tho Coast again to-morrow, -ailinj on return direst from Devonport is the afternoon. There aro indications that the mum. land visitors who were in Tasmania, and who were anxious to fret \r.\i\, havo all secured passages. Thc out ward list of tho llotouiahnua yuin day was lighter than expectwl" only fs3 travelling saloon and 31 .stoenj¿ Possibly now that the conti stimi ii re lieved, and tho "rush" is over, tln-r« will bo a greater disposition un ú.¡¡ part of tho public to travel l>eUw-s tho States.
NORTH-WESTERN NEWS LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
NORTH-WESTERN NEWS ^ LATROBE. Back from tho Front. - By the. morning train. yesterday there arrived Corporal ,Thos. Schill, alter four years' service at the front, AS his return was quite unexpected, there was no formal welcome home, which no doubt will, bo given later on. Corporal Schill, who enlisted in N.S. V"alest has bcen/,inyalided home,, he having been badly wounded in tho ' right arm. Pictures.-Another ' big . programme will bo shown to-morrow night, head ed by Miriam Cooper, in "Tho Inno cent Sinner," in 6 acts. There is also a 2-part Fox comedy, otc.
SYDNEY'S RECORD PRICES MAIZE REACHES 7/6. £11/3/4 FOR LUCERNE CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SYDNEY'S RECORD PRICES I MAIZE REACHES Ï/6. ! £11/3/4 FOR LUCERNE CHAFF. j Reports Friday's Sydney "Sun": - i Record-breaking is now n daily occur rence in either tho Sus«« street or Alexandria forage and grain markets. To-day, for maize, tho phenomenal figure of ¡7/S per bushel waa secured. This represents a rise o'f 3d per bushel, and heats tho record of tho 1902 drought by lOd. Usually, at this time of the year, New South Wales depends for her sup plies on Queensland; hut merchants in ¡that State, because of the drought/are .searching other States for supplies. Victoria has been able, to send about 2000 bags weekly, and irregular ship ¡ments have come.forward from South ¡Africa. These, however, have not been sufficient to meet n quarter of the ¡orders received, particularly from tho drought-stricken areas of the west and north-west portions of this State. Lucerne chaff was 15/ per ton dear er. A consignment sent from Wim bledon sold at Alexandria nt tho high price of £11/3/4 per ...
BIG CHERRY CROP ONE GROWER, 10,000 CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
BIG CHERRY CROP OXH GROWER. 10,000 CASES. ORANGE (N.S.W.).-The last of the cherry crop has been gathered, and thus an unprecedented season in this district has closed. Scarcely an hour has been loht through rain in the picking - of the crop, which lins lasted longer than any of those of previous years. The yield was abnormal. One grower took off 10,000 cases, and an other 8000. The instances in which failnre was met with may be counted on' the fingers of one hand. Right through thc price netted was about 7/ per bos, clear.
ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
ULVERSTONE. Timber Trade.-Tho sHamer Hill meads, Captain G. Davis, which ar rived at Ulverstone to take in logs, etc., on account of G. and A. Elli?, ¡Ltd., sailed last night for Melbourne I with a full cargo, consisting of sassa-j iras, blackwood, selcry-top, and hard wood logs, 6575ft. sawn timber, and 2412ft. blackwood, tho wholo npproxi- j mating 63,180 super feet. Messrs.- Ellis , aro expecting tho ss Wareatea to call | and take away about 160,000 feet in i tho courso of a week. j Thc Parade. - Anzac Parade con tinues to be a serions menace to the peace of thc council's officials. No soon er lias Ü10 problem of tho boundary been settled, and each party knows the extent of its possessions, than another difficulty confronts tho Warden. Own er.? of cow«, bullocks and horses are now running their animals on this highly-tilled property. Thc animals havo varied their meals by absorbing the contents of tho flower beds, on which so much caro and attention had bren lavished, but which n...
FRENCH LABOR DELEGATES WELCOME AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
FRF.NCH LABOR DELEGATES ?WELCOME AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, " Tuesday. - When MM. Bani Thomson and Adolf Hodee, Labor delegates* of the French mis- j sion, arrived at Spencer street by the Sydney express to-day, they were wel comed by M. Fliehe, Vice-Consul for France in Victoria, and a representa tive gathering of Labor political and Tr»des Hall officials, including Mr. Tudor (Leader of the Opposition in tho House of Representatives. 'Mr. Prendergast (Leader of the Opposi tion in tho Legislative Assembly), and Messrs. Higgs. Fenton, and Matthews, M's.H.R.; Messrs. Solly, Hannah, and Clough, M's.L.A.; Messrs. E. F. Russell (president), and C. Gray (sec retary of the Trades Hall Council), and Mr. M. L. Shepherd, Secretary to the Primo Minister's Department. After chatting for a few minutes with Mr. Tudor and others, during which time Mr. J. F.' Meadows Smith acted as interpreter, the delegates went by motor car to Scott's Hotel.