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THE SPORTS SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

THE SPORTS SCHEME. As we hoped it would be the case, Saturday last turned out to be tho turning point «in the policy of our pub- lic men wîhen they embraced the sports scheme, and like progressive ?men fell into line andi gave it their support. .Ulverstone has now assumed a posi- tion second to none in Tasmania; it stands alone in the matter of looking at the encouragement of pastime and all-the-year-round sports as .part and parcel of its duty to the State. It is favored by nature with appointments of doing this economically that no other place on the -N.;W. Coast lias. If you were te transplant the opportuni- ties for sports aixi pastimes from the most popular seaside holiday resort ut home ito Ulverstone t/here would bo no improvement on what Ulverstone is going to offer. The Council have taken tho plunge, and ¡have decided to buy land for the purposess of enabling golf links to bo laid down; they have decided to en- gage Mr Irving, the eminent golf pro- fessional], of Launceston...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

MKS-. VON BIBRA, Reibey-st, Uiver stone, stock the "'Malone" series of Photographic Picture Postcards of local views. WANTED - Men for Smithton-Irish Town Railway, 13/- day, 8 hours. E, H. [FENTON. fT^ILSON AND STURZAKER, the Ul . vT verstone Garage, Forth-road corner. Everything you want stocked, and don't forget it. [YtfTILSON AND STURZAKER sell ITT Tyres, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc., at rock bottom prices. 'Phone 17. X^TILSON AND STURZAKER have 25 I yr H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. [róTIIiSON AND STURZAKER make no i VT charge for reporting upon condition of motors or bikes. |¥X7"ILS0N AND STURZAKER give es ?TT'timates, with specification on the spot. 'Phone 17. (WT'ILSON AND STURZAKER, the last ITT to start, but the first to instal an up to-date motor-driven tube inflating plant. 'Phone 17. fTiriLSON AND STURZAKER, being TY. the ibest, give their customers the best by keeping pace with the times. 'Phone 17. [CtfTTLSON AND STURZAKER ' inflate ' T T tub...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WE CAN SUPPLY IN Sycles, Scythes, and Handlea, Hay Forks, Potato Forks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Caus. Petroleum Jelly. AT THE HOME OF (HARDWARE NOVELTIES. E. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. 'Phone, 56. NIPPER DEVLIN, THE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNER OF VICTORIA AND . REIBE Y STREETS. Goo. Lehman, A.I.F., and myself can give you satisfaction. Look in. fjJJLV-ERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNERS HOTEL. FRED. L. PARSONS "He Who Hesitates is Lost." -EASTER IS COMING.. You?ll want that new rig-out. Take. time by the forelock and gee measured to-da> at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. DEVLIN AND WELLS, . -, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S. ULVERSTONE, PLUMBERS - THE PLUMBERS, THE UNIVERSAL PLUMBER?. DEVLIN AND WELLS. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices... Now is the time to make ^,^^^Jflur Pu...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Timber, Time, and Training. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

Timber, Time, and Training. "Everyone /¿o his trade," is an old saying, and the truth of this was exemplified up at ¡Nietta recently, when Mr Grainger, the manager of Wool cott's sawmill, and his right-hand man. Mr S. J. Pearce, the tally clerk, handled approximately 50 tons of sawn timber on to railway trucks in four hours. Being practical men, both of them, and with their work at their finger ends, and their heads screwed on the right way, the}' put up this very creditable performance. This mill is an institution in the locality, and, with a weekly output of from 25,000 to 30,000 feet, finds employment for a number of men and horses. Mr S. J. Pearce is well known in the district as a tip-top tallyman, and Mr Grainger is fortunate in having him as a confrere and first lieutenant,

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Ulverstone's Electrical Scheme. (To the "Advocate" Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

Ulverstone's Electrical Scheme. (To the "Advocate" Editor.) Sir,-Re your report of my interview .with ithe Leven Council on Saturday. In ,the course of my criticism I mentioned that Mr Dent (the engineer-in-charge of tho plan) informed me thait if he could get coal to mix with the wood he could save from £70 to £100 per year. Mr Hobbs replied that Mr Dent did not know what he was talking about. I replied, "Mr Dent either does or does not know what ha is talking about, and if he does not know, he has no darned right to be whore he is." Mr Dent proved by actual results that by burning one bag of coal mixed with the wood he could save over a ton of wood per night. The ton of wood costs 11s; the bag of coal (estimated) 3s 6d. The point is, Mr Hobbs is responsible for putting Mr Dent in charge of the plant and when he asks for a little coal to fielp ouit the wet, sodden wood, and save ex- pense, he is ignored, on the ground that "ie does not know what he is talkinzg about. My object in a...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 August 1920

Football. The big match, is to-day (Saturday, 21st), and there ought to be a record gate, because the train arrangements, as will be seen by our advertisement columns, are perfect, thanks to Mr. F. B. Barber, the N.W. Union Secretary, who has been unceasing in his efforts to make this match worth seeing. The very best talent at the disposal of the two combinations will take the field, and a fine exhibition of football is sure to be the result. Turn out in your hundreds, and support the match. A game of this importance played in Ulverstone is a good thing for the town, and particularly the shopkeepers. It will bring a lot of folks amongst us. Remember, 3 o'clock means 3 o'clock for bouncing the ball, so get down early.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ulverstone Electric Light Scheme. (To the Editor "Advocate.") [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

Ulverstone Electric Light Scheme. (To thc Editor "Advocate") Sir,-MT Hobbs, in his letter of Tuesday last, stated that the mainten- ance account, if balanced, would show a credit. In the report of Saturday's Council meeting the maintenance ac- count shows a debit balance of £445 10s. I do not accuse Mr Hobbs of wilfully making a misstatement, but am, satisfied it is further proof of where tho "near enough for practical purposes" policy is landing the scheme. -Yours, etc., R. L. PARSONS. Ulverstone. The above appeared in a local paper on Thursday, the 16th inst. : Human nature will not permit us to refrain from commenting upon the awful hash Mr Hobbs has made of his reliability as an authority on Credits and Debits! "We are writing on Monday, and we haven't iliad any squeak from Mr Hobbs in answer to this knock out blow from Mr R. L. Parsons. Could anything be more, caustic than Mr Parsons's laconic and polite indict- ment of Mr Hobbs's misstatement? By a simple quoting of figures su...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

FARMERS SELLING AGENCY. Conducting Growers' Selling Business: Securing Top Mainland Prices; Advances Time of. Shipment. Wo Pay All Charge*. Consign to M. R. BURRILL, WEBB'S BUILDINGS, DEVONPORT. G RE AT FORWARD MOVE. A RALLY. REFERENDUM, ON 'PROHIBITION LIQUOR TRAFFIC." Takes place in ULVERSTONE TOWN HALL. WED., SEP. 29, at 8 o'clock. SPEAKERS : SENATOR MILLEN (Tua.) and others. MUSICAL AND VOCAL ITEMS. Free Admission. Collection defray ex- penses. MAKE IT KNOWN. TALK ABOUT IT. COME. COME. COMlE. And make this opening move a BIG SUCCESS. GOLFERS. Before buying your outfit have a look at a largo collection of SECOND-PIAND CLUBS of the VERY BEST MAKES which I am in a position to offer you nt most reasonable cut prices. AS GOOD AS" NEW IN EVERY RESPECT. All Accessories MUCH BELOW SHOP PRTCES to members of the Ulverstone Golf Club Balls, from ls each, quite good enough ¡.o learn with. Clubs, from 8s 6d each. RICHARD BOOTH, REIBE Y-STREET. (ULVERSTONE. WANTED .JTwo Returned Soldiers to t...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Linen Tea [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

Linen Tea iBy tho thoughtfulness of Mrs R. J. Robinson and her musical friends Matron Watt, of the 'Hospital, was . sent home from the Town Hall on Wednesday of last -week in the best of good humors. Mrs Robinson hearing that linen was badly wanted at the Hospital, organised' a Linen Tea. 'Everybody attending same either brought linen or money to buy same with." By way of an attraction the newly formed Ulverstone. Amateur Orchestra made their initial bow to the public during the afternoon. Mrs McDonough, accompanied hy Mrs James O'Neill, sang in her very best and finished style a charming song, which captiva- ted the listeners, and Miss Williams, with her usual willingness, materially helped the, success of the vocalists by rendering one of her choicest songs. When the Orchestra comes in for com- ment ono is tempted to let themselves go when writing of thom. The whole thing was ' A musioal revelation to those who attended the tea, in spite of the price of admission, or the deserving...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

COLLINS' EMULSION. Children like it best ! Now is the time to give it ! 3/-Bottles - 5/ A.J. COLLINS & CO., Medical Hall, Ulverstone. G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER. Running since i893 Still Going Strong DON'T FORGET IT. IN THE FRONT AGÀIN ! Magnificent Display of NEW SEASONS MILLINERY BROWNS LIMITED, THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE Is more than sustaining its high reputation this vear as the Leading .Millinery Store * of the North-West Coast. Our Window Display is Aattracting Crowds. THE VERDICT IS~ IT'S WORTH COMINO A LONG DISTANCE TO SEE. Excellence of Quality, Artistic Shapes and Designs, Delicate Shadings and Colorings are the predominant features. . OUR MODES REPRESENT THE HIGH-WATER MARK OF FASHION'S CREATIVE ART. Ladies to be well dressed must wear a BROWN'S HAT. Don't Forget thc Window Display of MILLINERY at THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE STUBBS & JACOBS (Lat© A.1..F.), Äaüway Station, Corner of Victoria «t., PAINTERS, DECORATORS. AND PAPERHANGERS. Estimates,...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WE CAN SUPPLY IN Syoles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Forks, Potato Forks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Cans. Petroleum Jelly. AT THE HOME OF HARDWARE NOVELTIES. OS. A. CLEAVER, THE mONMONGER. 'Phone, 56. NIPPER DEVLIN, THE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNEiR OF VICTORIA AND REIB EY STREETS. Geo. Lehman, A.I.F., and myself can give you satisfaction. Look in. (¡ULVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. FRED. L. PARSONS "He Who Hesitates is Lost." -EASTER IS COMING.. You'll want that new rig-out. Take time by the forelock and gee measured to-da^ at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S. ULVERSTONE, PLUMBERS - THE PLUMBERS, THE UNIVERSAL PLUMBERS1. DEVLIN AND WELLS. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices. Now is the time to make your Purchases in Ladies',...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

MR&^VON BIBRA, Reibey-st., Ulver- stone, stock the ''Malone" series of Photographic Picture Postcards of local views. ALL advertisements for next issue muse be to hand by Monday, ll a.m. nnrriLSON AND STURZAKER, the ui ' »T verstone Garage, Forth-road corner. Everything you want stocked, and don't forget it. pnrriLsoN AND STURZAKER ¡¡TI .TY Tyres, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc., at rock bottom prices. 'Phone 17. XX^ILSON AND STURZAKER have 25 H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. [TT^ILSON AND STURZAKER make no ITT charge for reporting upon condition of motors or bikes. WILSON AND STURZAKER give es- timates, with specification on the Bpot. 'Phone 17. (VT^ILSON AND STURZAKER, the last ??TT to start, but the first to instal an up to-date motor-driven tube inflating plant. 'Phone 17. ffXTILSON AND STURZAKER, being » T the best, give their customers the best by keeping pace with the times. 'Phone 17. (ITETILSON AND STURZAKER inflate .TT tubes without hunting in...

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Tit-Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

Tit-Bits. The hand hold a most successful practice in their new band room on Monday evening last. Twenty-two mem- bers were present, and "Adam," in his directors box, had no difficulty in pick- ing out "the deeds" everywhere. The town possesses the last word in butchers' shops in the establishment of Mr T. Shepheard. Marble slabs, fly- proof windows and modern fittings of all kinds have been installed in same. it is a pleasure to know that the minimum amount of handling takes place with his goods. A shop littered with flies thrashed to death with a greasy rag is not inviting, to say the least of it. Mr Shepheard offers no inducement for the flies to come and he thrashed, for he encloses his meat in fly-proof windows. All such improvements in in- dividual establishments are valuable assets to the town as a whole. * * * The story is told of a gentleman who had to dismiss his gardener for dis- honesty. For the sake of the man's wife and family, however, he gave him a "character," frami...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prohibition Rally. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

Prohibition Rally. From our advertisement columns it will be seen that Ulverstone is not asleep on the question of making an effort to rouse the people up to the importance of facing one of the great- est social problems of the day, namely, thc Liquor Trade. We all of us don't hold the views that the enthusiasms behind this Pro- hibition Liquor Traffic (Referendum hold-but at the same time we should be open to conviction and listen to ar- gument on any matter of such import- ance. To those who are adverse to the drastic proposals contemplated by the Prohibitionists we say go to the meet- ing and listen to the other side's argu- ments. They will have one of two effects upon you. They will either make you alter your present opinions or they will strengthen your antagon- ism to the movement. At any rate we deduct from the ad- vertisement that it is the wish of the Prohibitionists to get everybody to the meeting-friends and foes alike-so make a point of putting in an appear- ance on Wed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Cartwright's Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

Cartwright's Pictures. This Friday Cartwright's pictures offer an unusual programme. Gladys Brockwell will appear in "The Devil's Riddle." The story is very entertain- ing of a woman who pawned her soul. Then the ideal combination, Albert Hay and Elinor Fair, who made such a hit in "Vagabond Luck," will be seen in a photo-drama somewhat out of the ordinary run, described as a musical duet in pictures, entitled ''Tin Pan Alley," a Fox production, full of hu- morous situations; also James J. Cor- bett in our wonder serial, ''The Mid- night Man." Episodes 9 and 10, en- titled "A Society Hold Up'' and "The Blazing Torch." There will be no pictures on Monday nights until fur- ther notice. We would like to mention to our patrons that we have secured the famous Selznick photo-plays, and below are some of the artists you are shortly to see: Eugene O'Brien, Owen Moore, Elaine Hammerstain, Matt Moore, Olive Thomas (late wife of Jack Pickford), Ruby De Renier, Seena Dwen (wife of George Walsh)...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Cone West." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 25 September 1920

"Gone West." A picturesque figure in the life of the district has passed away over ''the great divide" 'this week in the person of William Frederick Von Bibra. An old gentleman in every sense of the word and one whose homely coun- tenance radiated beams of sunshine and health and smiling pleasure when- ever you saw him sitting with his life's companion in their hooded vehicle.   Such old worthies are getting very few and far between amongst us, and more than one person will miss the pleasure of seeing this happy old couple sitting side by side finishing long lives of duti- ful devotion to one another and to their children in peaceful contentment and happiness. To Mrs Von Bibra and her family we extend our sympathy, and trust she may yet be spared to receive the love and devotion of her children, and their children in increased quantities for many years to come.

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Council and Harbor Trust Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

Council and Harbor Trust Meeting This seems to have passed off without a liitch once Councillor .E. ¡French had had his say on the question of the unpunctuality of the other councillors, or some of them. Several interesting matters were - under consideration hy tho Council, and possibly th© most interesting one was tho last one reported in our Burnie contemporary namely, "agreement ¡be- tween the electrical engineer and tho Council in regard to tho contract and management of the electrical works. This is the only information given the puiblic who have to find the money in this matter. No doubt a really good bargain has 'been struck 'by tho Council, and, as usual, they will be holding the right end of the stick. Time will show how long Mr Armitage can stand the committee before he squeals, and when he does squeal we venture to predict there will be hair flying. Sit tight Mr. Ratepayer there is fun ahead of you, but unfortu- nately the fun will have to bo paid for by you, yet you "don...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cartwright's Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

Cartwright's Pictures. »Full house. Full to overflowing was Friday last at Ulverstone. The publio can be trusted to pick out tile best of everything offered them in the picture world. Cartwright has it, and offers it the public, and they accept it, ¡Look at to-night's programme, and judge for yourself. Ask yourself the question: Is it possible to improve on such a programme ? and you will un- hesitatingly answer "No, it isn't." Don't have «ny "ifs and huts," but just hurry through your after tea duties, send thc youngsters on in front of you, and get down to the hall 'before 7.59, and you will spend a delightful evening witnessing some of the best films in picture land. Observe that the same programme will be given on the llth, Thursday, at Latrobe, as on the 12th Ulverstone will have offered them.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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A Contradiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

A Contradiction. AVc aro in a position to statu that Mr Groom Butler, engineer-in-chargo bf tho railway to wharf connection at Ulverstono, never did, as reported in our Burnie contemporary, produce an elaborate plan at tho Harbor Trust meeting, showing tho erosions taking place on thc west side of the harbor. Mr Butler is a Government official, and as such lins no connection with the local Harbor Trust. How such a. statement carno to bo made is difficult to imagine, but as the Harbor Trust, wo understand, have bad legal advice upon this matter, and do not hold themselves responsible for the dam- age being done, but look to the Go- vernment in the matter if anybody, it is just ns well to clear up this mis- statement of the action of a Goret'A mcnt official. .Jr iàt ?it

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SHELL SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

SHELL SHOOK. An inquiry into the whole question cf shell shock and its relation to offences for which soldiers in the late war were in many eases executed is 'to be made :n (England by a departmental committee. (Lord Southborough, who first raised the question in the 'Upper House, is to be chairman, and he will be assisted in the inquiry hy several medical and other scien- tific authorities, and representatives of the naval and military services.

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