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SLAUGHTER STILL IN PROGRESS. HUNDREDS OF LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
i RUmïTEH ïTH,!. IX PROGRESS. I lirXDliEDi OP LIVES LOST. LONDON'. Mm! 'iv.-Hcrlm reports ..tate tl;nt fUrl'iiing h still in progress in «fver¡l quarters. The extremists _ liol.! Rn !&lt;>. pt.itW awl the police " jtftuliwart. rs and the ''Ilerliner Tagt Witt" MMwr«. Since Dr. I.iel.hnwht ilisippevri .1 lyrhorn ha1! Income tho real leader. The Onverr.men* lesses are:-lMt> kill«!, while the Spart ac cusers have last hundreds. It U re : ported that the veurbnen in several fnc-torie-i ure tired nf rtrert Pj-htinjr. ami liave ilí'i'W to rr-n-r« cork. A poneral frelinc- is [rro^ir.c; rirainsi El.ert and Klii. .lemana, and mane op eratives ure dcmandii'.H thc Govern ment to rel iie or nrüiimsp. It is reported tint General Ilinden lmri-; is non- in Herlin.
SHEFFIELD AS A TOURIST RESORT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SHEFFIELD AS A TOURIST RESORT (Dy Kentish.). Une of tho most picturesque dis tricts in tho State is the' Sheffield district, which starts at the foot of the magnificent Mount Roland, which stands out in all its grandeur at an elevation of over_ four thousand, feet above sea level. It is a beautiful motor trip to the foot, through the magnifi cent little farms of the famous Ken tish district, into the Dasher Valley, along which is a beautiful gravel road. Then comes the one and a half hours' mountain climb up tho big gorge, and you are landed on top, where half Tasmania is visible to tho naked eye. The scenery is marvellous, and to crown it a beautiful spring of cold water to quench your thirst is al ways running. So much for Boland. Now for the romantic drive rouhdr Mount Claude and Vandyke .Ranges ' td.' the Ttöund Hill mine, and on toward Lorinna, which is acknowdelged by visitors to be ono of the most beautiful drives that can bo procured.' A regular thriller to seo tho ravines b...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
CRICKET I Teams representing Stanley and Forest met on the ground of the form I or last Saturday afternoon, the result j being an easy win for th© homo team, I A. Ollington putting up the handsome score of 124 runs. Scores:^ Forest.-L. Smedley, c J. Ferguson, b R. Anthony, 17: J. Smedley; b fy. Anthony, 18; J. Blake, b R. Anthony, 0: Wilfred Ollington, b R. Anthony, 0; E. Smedley, b R. Anthony, 0; A. Phillips, b R. Anthony, 9 ; S. Murray, c Lewis, b R. Anthony,-9; F. Houso, st. R. Anthony, 0; S.-Horton, b Ira Ferguson, ö; T. House; not out, 4; F. Oldham, l.b.w., b Ira- Ferguson, 1; sundries, 4. Total, S3. Bowling: A. Reardon, 0 for 28; .R. Anthony, 8 for 15; Ira Ferguson, 2 for 6. Stanley!-A. Ollington, c and b J. Blake, 124; Ira .Ferguson, h.o.w., b A. Phillips, 1; J. Ferguson, b L. Smedley, 25; D. C. Lewis, c and b J. Scmdley, 39; W. Andrewartha, c A. Phillips, b J. Smedley, 19; L. House, c and b T. House, 26; R: Reardon, not out, 35; J. Burley, not out, 7; sun dries. 7. Total. 23...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
I PERSONAL ! Mr. George Jacobs, West Direr stone, bas been advised , by Base Records Office, Melbourne, that bio j son, Fte. E. It. Jacobs, who has been a prisoner of war in Germany for i about 18 months, has been repatriated to England, whero he arrived on De cember 23, 1918. Word has been received that Sergt. J. R. Wilson, who enlisted nt-Smith ton, and who lins been a prisoner in Germany for some time, ia now in Eng land and is quito well. . R. E. J. Smith, one of Ä 40th Bat talion was in the'^hst big stunt of the battalion, and was awarded; tho Military Medal. - His brother, ? P. "W. Smith, was wounded^ at * Bullecourt, and returned to Tasmania. Their par ents Tesido at Irishtown. Although Sir Arthur' Stanley ha3 several months of his extended term as Governor cf Victoria yet to expire, tho ouestion of the selection of bis succes sor ¡3. being freely discussed in oortnin a-inrters. Amongst the names of the; distinguished men who have been as sociated in current rumors with the p...
IMPORTS.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
IMPORTS.-January 14. Per 89 Rotomahann, From Mel biurno:-1 cs samples, 13 ess goods, W. B. Cocker and Co.; 1 cs Adamax, Edwards and Strcttle; 1 plcg belting, Finlayson Bros: and Co., Ltd. . 20 ogs rice, 3 ess goods, River Don Trading Co., Ltd. ; 5 ess agricultural machinery. T. Rosevear; also 133 cs3 fruit and i sundries.
CROPS AND MARKETS TASMANIAH MAHRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
; Ci« AND MARKETS ! DEVONPORT.-LVïïi erics yesterday . were confined to 256 bags »eas anc 63 bags potatoes by road. > Nothing carno io hand by rail,. Consequently, business iras almost nt a standstill. Tho quote for Plunketts, Up-tu-Dates, and Bismarcks was £14, and for Crow nolls £14/10/. The Koonya is to return from. Burnie to-morrow to-finish load tug, and it is forecasted that she will - get about 0000 bags in all. There will . be about 4C0O bags at Burnie and 6000 or a. little more here. New season's . peas are coming to hand and blues are selling for 10/. A slightly highe? price lins been, paid. Greys, , which are - also in demand for export, are firm nt 7/. Giant oats were quoted nt ..4/9 «rid Stouts nt 4/8, but there wero no sales. Chaff figured nt £6, with fair » . ? :.;.' irtquiry, but turnips were flown to £7. If many come'to hand, it is consider ed that Kiev will not realise this price. . ULVERSTONE.-Yesterday ' deliver ies -of produce comprised n couple of loads of p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
After the edd Snap DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN' for Coughs is thi -\ght thing.-(Advt.). SHIITE'S m B00T SALE STILL BOOMING! COME I SNAP THE LAST CHANTE OP BARGAINS I . COME I SNAP THE LAST CHANCE OF BARGAINS! COME! SNAP THE LAST CHANCE OF BARGAINS! SHIITE'S, BURNIE . . AND . . WYNYARD. STOCKA« SALE All our Seasonable Goods . aro now GREATLY MARKED DOWN for abso lute clearance for cash beforo nest month, when our annual taking of stock commences. STAR BARCTAINS. Ladies' Costumes, in Voile, Linen-and Gabardine, 28/6, for 20/; 85/6, for. 25/; 40/, for 28/6. Mnids' Green or Brown Gabardine . ?. ? Dresses, 36, 38 and 40 inches long, 10/6, for 6/11. Children's Muslin Print and Voilo Dresses, marked 3/6 to .4/6, now 2(11 ; marked 4/11 to 6J6, now 3,'11. This Season's MttLINERY at half marked prices. 3 pieces of Navy Print, 4/11 doz. 28in. Dark Grey Dress Tweeds, in neat » checks and diagonal patterns! Stock taking Price, 1/6 per yard. 40in. Fawn Tussore and HerringTiono Gabardine, marked 3/0, to cl...
PEA EXPORT PROPOSED DIRECT SHIPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
PEA EXPORT PROPOSED DIRECT SHIPMENT. . Arising out of a meeting of the Coat Harbor Improvement Association, a deputation consisting of Messrs. P. D. Ridge, Wr. C. Anderson and Cr. Chap ple recently waited on Warden John ston and Mr. J. D. Telford, chairman and secretary respectively of tho Table Cape branch of the Farmers' and Stock owners' Association, and who aro also interested in the proposed Co-opera tive Association, Wynyard, and sug gested that out of ono of thc associa- I tions referred to it would be. in tho interest of tho rural community to form an export board for the ship ment oversea of produce direct from the growers to tho world markets. Tin's, both the Warden and Mr. Tel ford agreed, could be achioved by co operation on the part of farmers, and ?they promised to look into tho matter J in the very near future. It would be well for producers to keep this in mind, and roll up to the first meeting that is called to go into the matter.
FATHER-AND SON KILLED TROLLEY STRUCK BY GOODS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
FATHER-ARD SON KILLED ! ? TROLLEY STRUCK BY GOODS I TRAIN. f ^ WARWICK (Q.). - A railway acci dent, as a result of which a father and his son lost their lives, occurred on the main southern railway near Hendon. John Raskins, a leugthsman, resid ing at Ellenthorpe, between Hendon and Clifton, accompanied by his two boys, aged eight and seven years, and another lengtbsnian, named Henry Drier, went to Allora to obtain pro visions. On the return journey,, which was made on a trolley, they collided with a goods train. Drier first noticed the danger, Calling to Raskins to jump, he 'eeized tho lad nearest him and managed to get clear. Ian Pas kins, aged eight years, was thrown under tho wheels of the engine nnd was dreadfully mangled^ " Apparently his father also got.clear, but he heroi cally tried to rescue his son. He, too, was struck by tho engine, being sev erely injured in tho chest, and was hurled down tho embankment. He died without recovering consciousness.
NORTH-WESTERN MINING ROUND HILL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
NORTH-WESTERN MINING ROUND HILL MINE. SHEFFIELD, Monday.-It is well known that n great mineral belt ex tends across Tasmania' from Heemskirk to Beaconsfield, and tho Round Hill minc is undoubtedly on this zone of country, which has proved to bo ore bearing from end to end at intervals. Some years ago Mr. L. Keith Ward, B.A.B.E., then Assistant Government Geologist of Tasmania, and now Gov ernment Geologist of West Australia, contributed a VOIT interesting article on '"The Heemskirk Massif-It's Structure and Relationships.'' - Reprinted in the Tasmanian Geolo gical Survey Bulletin, No. 21, tho South Heemskirk tin field, by L. L. Waterhouse, B.E., late Assistant Gov» crnment Geologist. Mr. Ward writos.intêr alia, as fol lows:-"Taking tho Heemskirk massif ns our starting point, and following the mining fields, wo pass along a zono which is absolutely continuous lh one direction. From "Heemskirk we pass to tho Comstock, thence to Zeehan, and on through the Fire Stile, North Dundas, Cole...
IMPORTS.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
IJIPORTS.-January 14. , Per Rotomahana, ss, 'from Mel bourne:-4 bgs onions and 51 ess fruit, R. Winspear; ll ess fruit, Don Co.; also, 103 bgs flour, 62 bgs pollard, 40 bgs bran, 40 bgs rico, 20 bgs salt, 49 ess fruit, and sundries. Per Koonya, ss, from Newcastle: 450 tons coal.
TASMANIAN TURF QIUS. THE NOMINATION'S [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
TASMANIAN TURF QIUS. THE NOMINATION'S..-' LAUNCESON, Tuesday.-Nomina tions for thc T.T.C. Cup meeting clo sed to-night, and were as follows: FIRST DAY. Triol Handicap.-Loch Castle, Tout j tous, Pauope, Mle Louise, Pharisäer, Renaissance, Belgos3, "Menghoo, Cloo ! tie, Chirolil, Jack Law, Bise, Belted i Knight, Goodwin Star. Corra Lynn . Stakes. - Sybarus, Fleeting Folly, Indian Game, This ¡tlettc, Harpréss, Thrapple, Banoon, Rocklynn, Boorandal. Boorgana, Har vester, Kcrnianuka, liberty. Launceston Cup.-Seek, Sweet Tok on, Broodsei'ndo. Earlstjiie, Cantilena, Chnnco Elite, Felim, Capt. Standish, Warneton, Prince Moeraki, Princess Vimy, Nadir Shah, Two Blues, Ardros san, Silent Maid, Sir Diff, Stiching, Keuilio,. Earlborn, Wallachia, Musk Star, Vocal ? King, Ordella,- Lord Cavendish. Mowbray Hurdle.-Flagas, Wish ful, Light Dragoon, Thc Clan, Knight of tho Spear, Koagara, Rbse of Mel bourne, Laybye, Torpaz, Common King. Blackwell Handicap.-Ormissa, Capt. Standish, Golden Wiro, Wnrnefo...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SECOND DAY. All Aged Stakes.-Ormissa,- Capt. Standish, Daily Mirror, Laird. Minnie singer, Clearen, Booran Light, Boy tah, Daru, Bright Spear, Diomedon, Mr. Sim, Merwin, Tom Splendour, Pangooneah, Chance Elite, Light "Action. Sweet Memory. Chas. Youl Handicap.-Capt, Stand ish, Warneford, Warneton, ' Prince Moeraki, Princess Vimy, Nadir Shah, Two Blues, Ardrossan, Kenelic, Or della, Lord Cavendish. Limit Handicap.-Manorway, Tont tous. Lpck Castle, Booran's Favorita, Duldar, Drawing Renaissance, Belle Louise, Watching, Lady of Dreams, Elathan, Bonnie Simon, Chirolil, Boor aldine, Belgian Girl, Pelomina, Belted Knight, Godwin Sine, Jack Law. Jumpers' Flat.-Wishful, Thurla guityah, Flague, Geo. Gunn, Sweet Memory, Jacntra, Drawing, Torpaz, Jati, Kilowatt, Simon Square, The Clan, Knight of the ^Spear, Lao, Tho Lyre. Czaranus. Wortupa, Royal. Tims. Gatenby Handicap.-Golden Wiro. Seek, Broodseinde, Chance Elite, Miss- Fort, Felim, Warneford, Elathan, Boytah, Secret Code, _Nadir Shah, Oomoo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT. AT THE .MAJESTIC THEATRE. DEVONPORT Is your only chanco of witnessing the greatest .JPicture Programmo ever screened in Devonport. First and foremost is the celebrated actor BERT LYTELL ' BERT LYTELL BERT LYTELL BERT LYTELL - In - ''TILE TR AtL - TO YESTERDAY." "THE TRAIL TO YESTERDAY." ' "THE TRATL TO YESTERDAY." "THE TRATC, TO YESTERDAY." (Metro). His Horse-A man's best friend - in J Tho. Far Country. . Also . GEORGE BEBAN GEORGE BEBAN . GEORGE DEBAN GEORGE DEBAN In . "THE MARCELLINI MILLIONS." "THE MARCELLINI MILLION'S." "THE MARCELLINI MILLION'S." "THE MARCELLINA MILLJOXS." The above Programme _ STANDS ALONE, and should be witnessed by all lovers of good clean pictures. FULL ORCHESTRA. - TO-NIGHT. TOWN' HALT...'. .:.DEVONPORT j R. A. Walsh's Masterpiece "THE INNOCENT SIN'NER"0 Acts. "THE INNOCENT SINNER"6 Acts. Featuring Beautiful Miriam Cooper. A Magnificent Production. Also, "DIVORCE AND NON-SUPPORT" (3 Acts). And "FOOTLIGHT FLAMES" (2 Part Comedy). ?A Ro...
WELCOME HOME HONORING OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
HONORING OUR SOLDIERS. TULLAH_On Monday night nt tho Tullah Academy a very pleasant social was held by the Reception Committee to welcome home Private M'Auioy, whose parents now reside at Waratah, but formerly lived at Tullah. Mr. James Geddes presided, and warmly welcomed Private M'Aulcy back to Tul lah, and spoke in appreciative terms of his sen ices to tho Empire. Mr. J. Cryan Epoko in support. Private M'Auley replied, and thanked all for their kind welcome, nnd said he was glad to get back again to Tullah, where ho had spent his boyhood days. "Ear Ho's a Jolly Good Fellow" was lustily sang, followed by cheers and the Na tional Anthem. 'Dancing was then in dulged in until midnight. During tho evening Miss Doris Lynch sang a song, and Miss Olga Birch gave an exhibi tion of skipping-rope dancing. Tho hall was very prettily decorated Kith flags, etc., and a nico supper was pro vided by tho ladies. ^IRISHTOWN. - "On Fridny c. very I pleasant evening was spent nt Irish- \ town in acco...
RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS . To the Editor. Sir,'-As the question of adequate ac commodation is of very, great import ance' to tho large number of people who travel by rail, I addressed a let ter on this subject to the Minister for Railways, a copy of which I enclose herewith, and the Minister's reply, and trust you will find space in the columns of your popular journal for the publication of tho letters. I de sire to point out that tho Minister's letter is very inconsistent and unsat isfactory. _ Ile says that on the re commendation of the Commissioner it is proposed to expend £7000 on a cen tral railway refreshment room at Conara to serve thoso travelling by the Main and Western lines, and "then goes on to say that the average dis tance travelled is so short that those making, through journeys take meals before joining the trains, and arrive at their destination by the time they require another meal. If this is cor rect, why go to the expense of erect ing a costly building_at Conar...
CAUSES OF THE DEADLOCK. "A GENERAL AND DEEPER UNREST." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
OAUSES OF TUR DEADLOCK. "A GENEIiAL AND DEEPER DNltEST." Thu general publie lins be.-n vor? much in tho dark about tim 'erb^ shipping deadlock in Sydney barbi r. There aro man}- who cumuler tli.it ila request Wy tho men to bc rn-uH before risking their lives in vny.çvs to influenza-infested ports was a ju-i tm) reasonable demand-ns, indeed, i; seemed to be, though the dem .ml fa nn increase over award wages do s nut seem to rome into the fernie rTikfinrr of reasonableness. There are mlnri who consider that tho men have In timate grievances against tho roinpntrj. Hut what those grievances are, ur \\h':,i their relevancy is, few pco|.le kniiï. ]&lt;ignt has been fhrnwn upon ¡lie mb Sect bv letters published at Sydwr, Mr. Val. Johnson, manager er" iii? Union Company, wrote officially to tl;., general secretary of the. 1'Vib nhl Seamen's Union, pointing out that tli-3 solo objection raided against the m ti signing on had been the quarters fir tho firemen and trimmers; thar tl.. ...
The Advocate. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1919. THE SENATE VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1919. THE SENATE VACANCY. Both Houses of tho State .Parliament 'will meet in Hobart to-day to appoint ¡a successor to ex-Senator J. J. Long. Tho meeting will be unique for an Aus tralian Parliament. On rare occasions Ivacanoies have been filled by a State Executive, in South Australia, for in stance, an\l in tho famous case of the resignation of Mr. Ready, nearly two years ago. Tho present position being'without precedent, rules havo j had to be formulated to meet tho case. ;The voting will bo on tho preferential ¡method, in the event of thero being I'moro than two candidates, and the members of both Houses will meet in tho House of Assembly and voto as one .body. It seems to be taken for granted that a jneinber of tho Parliariient will bo chosen, and in view of the doubts which have been raised as to tho con stitutionality of such an appointment the Attorney-General has been at pains to explain that the Houses will have plenary authority in...
SOME CROP FICURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 15 January 1919
SOME CROP FICURES. I Tho usual forecasts of crops for the current harvest have been received from the Government Statistician, and they, are of a cheery character in com parison with previous statements. Thero is an increased acreage under tho principal crops in all lines except po tatoes and wheat. It has been notorious that in both these lines the acreage has been a lessened one. For many years tho Tasmanian farmer has been competing with the mainlander ia growing wheat under obvious difficul ties, and with price fixing in vogue ho 'has not had the promise of a partici ' nation in values that aro usually to be anticipated when the crops fail- on the 'other side of the water. For tho-re grettable decline in potato production there are doubtless many contributing factors. One of the most notable is the "drilling"' growers -have received in previous years by tho blight.ibut it is very unfortunate that many of them' went to tho eitreiho" of leaving tho crop alone altogether. " For ins...