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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT GRANTS IN AID OF MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT GRANTS IN AID OF MAIN TENANCE. HOBART, Wednesday;-Thc regula tions of tho Education Department provide that grants in aid of mainten ance of the annual value of il'2'2, ten able at a State High School for two years, may be awarded to applicants between the ages of 13 and Ifi years who desire to qualify for tho profession of teacher in tho schools under thc Jliiiisfer of Education. Tho grants arc awarded to candidates who show suf ficient merit at tho qualifying certifi cate examination. Tho number of grants available this year is 18. and the -Minister bas awarded them to the following candidates, subject to proof of age being given. Tho list is pub lished in order of merit:. Nora A. Bevan. St. Helens. Gertie H'L'onald, Geeveston. Janet V. Wise. Queenstown. Eardley J. Herbert, Derby. Pauline Denholm, Linda. Eileen I... Jionks. Nen- Norfolk. William Dynan, Deloraine; Elizabeth Davie, Hobart Arthur K. Fulton,. Franklin. Georgina Harnett, Launceston. Eileen Faga». W...
"THINK BIG." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
- . "THINK BIG.!' .R.A^A. ¿writes:-There is no divi sion " bf ^opinion ns to tho desirability, in- fact, the duty, of the citizens to raise a fitting memorial for ' the ' men #ho have fought so valiantly for us. But thero is some discussion ns to tho form it should take, .Before finality can be reached, it-is necessary to reai iso: that J there-is a dual object to be served-a lasting - token of love and homage.to those who sleep beneath thc little.whit«, crosses on the shell-torn fields of , battle, and something of bene fit to thoso who hare returned and are yet to return to us. It is possible ta fittingly serve both purposes-with, say, tho ono scheme, but only by keeping very clearly in view the. specific objects ty bo attained. Cr. S. Beattie sug gests that the people would bo willing that the council should purchase the site in front of the Town Hall, which, used in the way bc suegests, is cen tainly tho best obtainable. It could bo made a very pretty snot, where a memorial such...
"LET US PASS" KAISER AT FRONTIER. ANGRY WITH SERGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
"LET US PASS" KAISER AT FRONTIER.' ANGRY WIT'' SERGEANT. The Dutch sergeant Finckcrt, who [was on guard at the frontier when William II. passed with his suite to Holland, gives the following account of tho incident. "It was on Sunday morning, and I was on guard, when I saw ten automo biles arrive. Just ns they were cross ing the fruitier I called out: "Halt, there!' Tho cars stopped, and some officers descended from thc first. One of them said to mc: 'Hy friend, we havo to go to Holland.' 'Very well,' I replied, 'but in that case I am going to disarm you.' Meanwhile tho Kaiser had descended from tho second car. One of. tho officers, addressing him as 'Excellency,' explained the incident. "Tile Kaiser, furious, came towards me, and said: 'Let us pass; tho Gov ernment of the Netherlands has been informed." ?'Yes, your Excellency, hut I have not been informed." "Tho Kaiser then said to mc in a threatening tone: 'We will not con sent. I and these superior officers, tc be disarmed by a c...
BILL—HOHENZOLLERN [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
BILL-HOHENZOLLERN One time there was a fox, Bill, Who grapes on high vines sought; He sprang, ears back, to get them, But landed rather short 1 And once there was n dog, Bill, Who a nice bone had got; He trotted o'er a streamlet Contented with Iiis lot. But in the clear, Btill water ' He saw another bone, And dog ; 'his greed possessed him, He grabbed-and lost his own! Now like that dog and fox, Bill, With envy in your blood.' You sprang to get the wide world ? But missed-and hit the mud I You, planned the thing up finely Worked hard for years on it And, ycs¡ you nigh succeeded Just missed by half a spit I You spread your weak opponents And homes and churches burned, - And kept the whole" world guessing Until the tables turned. Then, at the hour appointed, . Your foes with curso and clout Swept in and made no error But sent you down and out I I wonder what you think. Bill,"" Down in your little hell; . If you're sorry that you sprung,. Or think: P'rhaps 'twas as well! Say, don't it ...
SOLDER SETTLEMENT THE WHITEFOORD HILLS ESTATE VARYING CONDITIONS. (By Our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
SOLDiER ShTTLEliENI THU WHITEFOORD HILLS ESTATE VARYING CONDITIONS, (Dy Our Special Reporter.; Tho first comment ono incvitabl} hears in regard to the Whitefoord ííills ostato which has been acquired or soldier settlement is tlia£ the boart ihould have secured Mr. J. T. Field's 3state. This is tho estate which the train traveller will notice as ho skirts it after leaving" Kimberley station en route to Moltema., Tho land is ob viously good, and capable of being put to more profitable use. When the news of the purchase was first an nounced it was the impression that it was this property which had been purchased. That would havo been better for intense culture than the property of Mr. W. Field, which is more suited for mixed.farming, a large proportion being grazing land. To form",.an accurate impression of the character of-the estate which has been purchased ono has to make a per sonal inspection.. Tile views of district farmers cannot bo tnken,' as they will provo ' as diverso as num...
STABLE PEACE WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
STABLE JEACE WANTED How aro the Allies to make peace with tho enemy countries whilo poli tical chaos is the characteristic of all of them, and more particularly of Ger many and Austria-Hungary ? Turkey and Bulgaria do not matter much, be cause they hnvo comparatively little resisting force, positivo or passive. -.But even whilo they aro in temporary ruins Germany and Austria-Hungary are potential Powers. There is the in I telligence and energy of great races in I .them. Reorganisation on some basi" ! is a certainty. A peace-making ani mated by the snirit of plunder would I be an irreparable wrong to tho dead. But il is also duo to tho dead, and tc the living who' have shared in service and sacrifice, that thero shall bo no blind rushing into an unstable peace. Tbe Allied peoples desire a peace thal shall be clean and secure. Whatever can bo done by inquiry and argument to flood the issues to be ' determined with light ought to be dow». When the Peace Conference assembles, the dele g...
A WORD OF ADVICE. TO THE USERS OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
A WORD OF ADVICE. TO THE" USERS OF "DR. MORSE'S INDIAN KOOT PILLS. To the many thousands of people who are daily using Dr. Morso's In dian Root Pifts, it might not ,to amiss to- suggest certain precautions in view of tho danger of the Influenza epidemic extending to Australia. The one thing af paramount importance is to keep the system in proper working order so that no germs get a chance to start incubation. There is nothing better sold for this purpose than Dr. Morso's Indian Root Pills. They are a search ing, cleansing remedy, but their action though mild and gentle is thoroughly effective. Petroleum Oils, Salts, i Tonics, Cough and Cold Cures nnd other so-called remedies are of little use to cleanso tho system and keep these germs in check; in fact, they will have a tendency to aggravate an al ready deranged gastric condition. At such a time it stands each indi vidual in hand to keep a .close watch on themselves to maintain their usual standard of health. A dose of Dr. Morse's I...
SENATOR MULCAHY A KEEN CONTEST MULCAHY, 26; MARSHALL, 21 SECTARIAN BITTERNESS LABOR VOTE DECIDES ISSUE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
SENATORMULCAHY A KEEN CONÍEST MULCAÏIV, 26 ; MARSHALL, 21 j SECTARIAN BITTERNESS LABOR VOTE DECIDES ISSUE II ORA UT, Wednesday.-Thc first joint sitting of both Houses of the l>'g islatnr.' to elect a Senator in the Fed eral Parliament, to fill the vacancy caused hy -Mr. .1. J. Long's retirement, was held to-day, and attracted members out of IS. thc only absentee beim» Air. \V. J. Fullerton, who is in Sydney. An informal meeting of members was held in the Assembly room in the morning, the Hon. W. H. Lee (Pre mier) being elected to tho chair. At this stage members noticed that the public were being asked to leave, and .Mr. Lyons asked on whose anthe.-1 rity that was beim» done. Thc chair- j man said the meeting .was only an in formal one to arrange preliminaries for the afternoon session, and it was not desirable to have it 0|ion. A long ilNou.-siun ensued, after which it was agreed to permit the attendance of the public and the press. PROCEDURE. Rules, as set down for the guidance...
THE CANDIDATES' CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
I THE CANDIDATES' CULMS. IMr. T.vous ilion addressed members on behalf of Lient. Hurst, who when in the Assembly had stamped himself as a eapahle Parliamentarian. Lieut. Hurst's ijiialifieations would stand Tas mania in good stead at the present time, because of the critical period through which they were passing with regard to the repatriation of soldiers. Since hi- return Lieut. Hurst had dune exceptionally good work, he being known throughout the State for what be had achieved for recruiting. Again, if they believed in the principle initi ated in the State electoral law, to give the seat to the next un the list, then they should pass it on to the Federal sphere, and five Lieut. Hurst the seat. Mr. Siiuoliridi'o was nest on the list nt last election, hut' he was standing down in favor of Lient. Hurst, who could liest represent returned soldiers. Slr. Ogden said he had not been honored by the receipt of a circular letter distributed among members, but he did notice in tito newspape...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
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THE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
THE VOTE. I I A resolution to then proceed to'the j ballot was carried. The presiding of ficer appointed Messrs. Sadler and IM'Kenzie as scrutineers, nnd the vote 'was taken on the preferential system. ¡The Clerk of the House announced 20 ' minutes later that the 'result of the i rotins was that 47 valid votes liad ? leen cast as follows : I Afulcahv. 26 I Marshall. . 21 Thc details of the voting were as ' follow : Primary Vote: Blanchard, Bottrill, M'Fie, and Mrs. Petersen, nil : Mar shall 14; Hurst, 12; Mulcahy, 8; Morrisbv, 5; Payne, 3: Shoobridge, 3; Nichols, 2. ¡ Xi Nichol*. Payne, and Shoobridge | had not received one-twelfth of the votes cast, tbev were discarded, and the S votes they received between them went:-.Marshall, 4; Mulcahy, 4. This left the voting:-Marshall, 18 : Hurst and Mulcahy, 12 each ; Mor esby, 5. Morrisby was then cut up, and his votes were given:-Marshall, 2; Mul cahy 3; makins the totals:-Marshall, 20:"MuIeahv. tr,: Hurst. 1?. r Tho latter was then counte...
AFRIKANDER HATE BITTER ATTACK ON LORD MILNER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
AFRIKANDER HATE BITTER ATTACK ON LORD MILNER, CAPETOWN," Tuesday. - Tho Na tionalist press is extremely bitter re garding tho appointment of Lord Mil ner as Coloniel Secretary. I "De Burger" (Capetown) accuses j him of being the man who plunged South Africa into its blood bath, and says that Lord Milner's declared policy is to encourage British immigration in order to swamp tho Afrikanders, and that he is now in a position to carry out the first step, which will bo the explosion of the Gcrmaas. Then he will treat tho Afrikanders in the same way.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
j NO HOUSEHOLD ! Should ever bo .without a bottle ot Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic ; Liniment, a relin bio... remedy for cuta, bruises; aches, pains, rheumatism, lumbago'. Obtainable from U. G .-'Spicer, Chem ist, Burnie" and' Stanley ;'Jas] JThorne, Sen., Grocer, "Waratah; Yolla Supply Co., Yolla; A. E. Dixon, Chemist, Wynyard; and Qrey Bros., Smithton*
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
WYNYARD. I Abandoned.-Offing to tho difficulty in obtaining a tote Iieenso it has been decided to «bandon for this year tho [holding of tho anniversary race meet ing which was to havo been held on tho Wynyard race-course on 27th inst.
STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
STANLEY. Foreign Missions. - Last Monday evening tho Hov. Gibson (Anglican) delivered a very interesting lecture in tho Parish Hall on tho work of thc mis sions in Papua. Tho Pcv. Surridge occupied tho chair. Tho attendance was unfortunately small, as there had not been sufficient time to make tho meeting well known. At tho conclusion of tfie lecture n hearty, voto of thanks was'accorded, on the. motion of Mr. H. ,G. Spicer.
THE SHIPPING TROUBLE DERECISTRATION OF UNION JUDGE HIGGINS TO HEAR [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
THE SHIPPING TROUBLE DERECISTRATION OF UNIO JÜDOE HIGGIXÍ~TO HIÜÜ f: MELBOUKXE, Vedi.,,-lav. - Justice Higgins, President 1,1 tl*! monwealth Arbitration dun, t. informed tho Commomn a!; ii t Law Authorities that li,: itviuld an application at Dromana, «!;,? is spending a holiday, for an (ink calling upon the Fvdi&lt;u>iid Sri Union to show cause why v Jim!: ho deregistercd ns the r, -uli «i !. of certain of its member* esr; the Commonwealth Arl.itraiiuu I. ' award. I -
EARLY SETTLEMENT EXPE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 16 January 1919
EARLY SETI LEM KM" \SVll' SJD.NKY, Wcum-ilay.-- .Ito. coi ved lo-rlny from thu 1'iiiuu üliip Co. r.tnte that » mai|T&lt;.o:-: ' twoi'ti owners and se.me II i, rsr to be effected .shortly. As a rr:., is anticipated that the Makiirn, Mocraki, Atna, 3k' Levuka, Moira, and otln r^ ¡itfio.- - tho disputo will bo able mw . their usual running next wi