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Cycle Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

-T- ~T~" -T Cycle Racing. Thc first overture of the Ulverstone Cyclo 'Club was pronounced a great success, and tho large gathering of spectators testified to this hoing so. After the men lind all got off their marks thc enthusiasm amongst thc spectators gradually increased until ?when Goat Island and the turn had. been negotiated, and they wore seen to be crossing tho Levon Bridge on their way back to the winning post, it was almost impossible to keep thc street clear at the moment. Thc result was: P. Turner, iOsec start . 1 S. McDonald, 30sec start . 2 E. Heazlewood, 30see start ... ... 3 Tho fastest timo was P. Turner, 16min 25sec. A trophy donated by Mr Cliff Ellis, a gentleman ever ready to show his sportsmanship when, opportunity offers, was won by E. Heazlewood. The judges worn Messrs. Frith, Dawson, and H. Nichols. Tho well-known make of bicycles, "Tho Leven," carried the first, second, and third riders. Mr AV m. McDonald, of tho Levon Cycle Works, acted as hon. secretary, an...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Scissors and Paste. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

* * * Scissors and Paste. "Wo have received requests on all hands to, if possible, continue the publications of "the improbabilities of real lifo as compared with those of melodrama." We aro in the position to do so. and therefore take pleasure in announcing that for the next few weeks wo shall each issue give our readers absolutely unique reading matter of tin's character, an ri also next week wo will give them the story of the MOST MYSTETUOUS MURDER, the world has ever known. <ind which has baffled all the criminologists of tho world ever since.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

ROLLAND FRASER. L.D.S., Victoria, Successor to laite A. C. Reed. .Telephone, 60. LATROBE. VISITS SHEFFIELD AND RAILTON EVERY THURSDAY. W. R. DAVIES BLACKSMITH, SHOER, and GENERAL SMITH. Every thing (Large or Small, hero or any .where, will receive our prompt attention. .Personal and prompt attention given to ¿ll work. Try me, and test me. Too busy to bother with cutting rooster's nails-¡the L.F.C. attend to that branch "Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds." K. F. SCHULZ TAILOR AND COSTUMBER, Will turn you out fit to face your best girl, or your wife. Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices, and the Best of Workmanship. ALF. R. KEEN . [WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHER. LATROBE'S LEADING MEAT MART. (My Sausages Defy' Competition. Try them. You'll come for more. Telephone, 19. WHICH KING? KING OF THE CHAMPION STORES. HE COVERS YOUR SKINS-Try his £4/10/- Made to Measuro Suits; or HE BUYS YOUR SKINS-Take Cash for your Wool or Skins from Rabbitol He doesn't mind which, so long as you do one or Ithe oth...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

CAMERAS! Picture-making Easy with our New Cameras. Inspect early while Range is Complete. A.. J. COLLINS & CO., Photographic Chemists, "ULVERSTONE. G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER, Running since 1893 Still Going Strong . DON'T FORGET IT. IN THE FRONT AGAIN ! Magnificent Display of NEW SEASONS MILLINERY BROWNS LIMITED, THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE Ia more than sustaining its high reputation thia year aa the Leading Millinery Store of the North-West Coast, Our Window Display is Aattracting Crowds. THE VERDICT IS- * H'S WORTH COMING A LONG DISTANCE TO SEE. Excellence of Quality, Artistic Shapes and Designs, Delicate Shadings and Colorings %re the predominant .^features. .: OUR MODES REPRESENT THE HIGH-WATER MARK ;OiF FASHION'S CREATIVE ART. Ladies to be well dressed must wear a BROWN'S HAT. Don't Forget the Window Display of MILLINERY at THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE STUBBS & JACOBS (Late A.Ï.F.), Btilway Station, Corner of Victoria «t., PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND PAPER...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

jnVrR& V0N BIBRA» Reibey-st,, Ulver ELu. stone, stock the "Malone" series of Photographic Picture Postcards of local views. [irCriLSON AND STURZAKER, the DI ' TT . verstone Garage, Forth-road corner. iEverything you want stocked, and don't forget it. nnrriLSON AND STURZAKER sell ITT Tyres, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc, at rock bottom prices. 'Phone 17. TTTTLSON AND STURZAKER havë-25 ITT. H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver., r^rrULSON AND STURZAKER make no I TT oha rge for reporting upon condition of motors or bikes. HHETILSON AND STURZAKER give cs ' T T . timates, with specification on the spot. 'Phone 17. rr^-'ILSON AND STURZAKER, the last IT» to start, but tho first to instal an up to-date motor-driven tube inflating plant. 'Phone 17. ITTflLSON STURZAKER, being * T T the best, give their customers the best by keeping pace with the times. 'Phone 17. nnrriLSON AND STURZAKER inflate '?T tubes without hunting in dark and dirty corners for obsolete hand and...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 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. 1È. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. »Phone, 56. NIPPER DEVLIN, THE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNER OF VICTORIA AND REIBEY 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. J. JONES & CO. LTD. SUSSEtX-ST., SYDNEY, Spécialise in Farmers' Produce, sold by Principals of the firm personally. High- est Prices. Prompt Returns. >' C. WASHINGTON BROWN, Ulverstone, Agent Leven District. Telephone 68. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S, ULVERSTONE, PLUMBERS - THE PLUMBERS, THE UNIVERSAL PLUMBERS. . DEVLIN AND WELLS., T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPROBABLE BUT NONE THE LESS TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 13 November 1920

IMPROBABLE BUT [NOME THE ¡LESS. TRUE. Mr Adam 'Gordon, of ¡the Castle of Ardoch, which stands on a rock above the waves of tho North Sea, was walk- ing in his grounds one evening when he heard a gun fired as a signal of dis- tress. Jt was a stormy night, and a strong wind was blowing. Gordon of Ardoch called his serrants and his ten- ants, and together they hastened to the beach, but no traces of the vessel were found, only wreckage that came floating to tho shore. Among it was a tiny wicker-work cradle, inside which was a baby girl still alive. Mr Gordon took the little waif of the sea home to his wife, and it was brought up with his daughters. The little girl grew up into a charming young woman, and was beloved by the Ardoch family. WHEN SHE AVAS SIXTEEIN. Mr Gordon was walking one evening iu his grounds when again he heard the alarm. Once again there was a wreck. Only a singlo passenger was saved, and he was taken to the castle and hos- pitably entertained. At breakfast the next ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

/ / Personal. Owing to the serious indisposition of tho editor of the "Leven 'Lever" tho issue of thc paper will bo suspended until his recovery. In deciding on this course 01 action ho confidently bespeaks the patience and gen- erosity of hÍ9 readers, hut his inability to fulfil his duties has left its mark on re- cent issues, aind being now wholly laid asido and racked with pain, makes a con- tinuance of tho duty impossible for the mo- ment. The last quarter's subscriptions for advertisements are now overdue, and as ho is unable personaly to collect same, being confined to his bed,' lie will tako it as a personal favor if all those indebted Ito him will forward their respective amounts at once. Wo much regret to learn that the illness of Afr Booth is so serious that ho is cot» polled to temporarily withdraw "Tho Leven Lever'' from circulation. We sympathise with him in his illness, and trust that he will soon be on the mend and able tu resume publication.-Manager "'Daily Telo grap...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Cartwright's Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

Cartwright's Pictures. Theda Bara, the vampire, and Theda Bara, tho ideal wife, have come face to face. The noted screen star has proved that she is able to play the ono as af- fectively as she can play the other. In "La Belle Russo," which -opens this Fri- day at Cartwright's Pictures, Miss Bara plays the parts of two different charac- ters. One moment she is shown as the demure and devoted wife of an impover- ished artist: tho(next sees her as a woman who outwardly resembles tho first charac- ter, but whoso soul is black. She is a notorious woman of Paris, yearning for conquest, and absolutely unscrupulous. The conflict between these two women forms " tho climax of this absorbing photoplay, which was adopted for the screen from the drama by David Belasco. Miss Bar« scored a distinct triumph in tho dual ro'e. Also charming Shirley Mason in her lat- est "Love's Harvest," 5 acts; Serial; and Sunshine Comedy. Coming-Georges Car pentier in "Thc Wonder Man;" the lute Lieut. Locklier in ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Problems for Criminologists. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

S f» 1* T Problems for Criminologists. Perhaps tho moat fascinating- problem ol' «ill is what is known ¡is the Battersea 'Flat Mystery. One- night in the middle of July, 1910, an actor, Thomas Anderson, entered an unoccupied flat on the ground floor of a 'block of buildings du n street alf tho Bat- tersea Park-road. ¡He. ¡took off his booti, put them on the mantelshelf, and similarly disposed of a small handbag. Then he put on a pair of cu-rpet slippers. Ju his coat pocket ho had a. heavy life-preserver. In the flat above lived a lady with whom An- derson was on terms of the closest inti- macy. She -was a professor of elocution, and iu her company thia evening was An- derson's oldest eon, a youth of ninetoen. Tho lady had been on friendly terms with Anderson's boys since their childhood, and ?had been, interested hi their education. The father was quite avwio that his soire visit- ed the lady at the flat, and that she helped them ' in thoir duties. Shortly after 9.30 young1 Anderson...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

ROLLAND FRASER. L.D.S., " Viotoria, Successor to larte^A. C. Reed. Telephono, 60. LATROBE. VISITS SHEF1FIELD AND RAILTON EVERY THURSDAY. W. R. DAVIES BLACKSMITH, SHOER, and GENERAL SMITH. Everything (Large or Small, here or any where, will receive our prompt attention. Personal and prompt attention given to ¿il work. Try me, and test me. Too busy to bother with cutting rooster's nails-ithe L.F.C. attend to that branch "Pino [Feathers Make 'Fine Birds." K. F. SCHULZ TAILOR AND COSTUMIER, Will turn you out fit to face your best girl, or your wife. Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices, anu the Best of Workmanship. ALF. R. KEEN WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHER. LATROBE'S LEADING MEAT MART. ¡My Sausages Defy Competition. Try them. You'll come for more. Telephone, li WHICH KING? KING OF THE CHAMPION STORES HE COVERS YOUR.' SKINS-Try his £4/10/- Made to Measure Suits; or HE BUYS YOUR SKINS-Take Casii for your Wool or Skins from Rabbito ! He doesn't mind which, so long as you do one or ithe othe...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Missing." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

í " Missing." A number of mysterious disappearances invariably follow any great catastrophe in ?which there is a sudden and heavy sacri- fice in human life on land or sea. A great war, such as that from which, we have just emerged, was bound to leave behind it many mysteries of missing men. A cer- tain number of these missing men may bo alive and remain alive for years, and yet for some cause or othor fail to communi- cate with their relatives. liven in ordinary civil life, when there is neither holocaust nor catastrophe to bo connected with tho mystery, men and wo- men are continually disappearing, and of , many of them THE 'FATE REMAINS FOR EVER UNKNOWN. .1 have during rocont years been brought into personal touch with tho search for missing relatives, and have dono my best to assist, but jn no case, has the mystery boon solved. Ono of tho most remarkable instances of a disappearance mystery that waa cleared up many years afterwards happened in a caso in which I, as a journalist, ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"'WARE BACCA!" [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

" ' WARE DACCA !" TJic Pussyfoot ure not going to be satis- fied with tho ¡total prohibition of beer, wino and spirits, and all 'forms of alcoholic refreshment. They are organising a big campaign to make tho use of tobacco a purmhablo offence. Wo aro to have the piping times of Peace without ibo pipe. It. is all very well to smile at tho cam- paign of those frenzied fanatics, but they are j'ri deadly earnest, and they have any amount of money behind them. Unless an officient opposition to their campaign is quickly organised and vigorously conducted THEY WILL GAIN THEIR ENDS. Encouraged <by success, thoy will presently endeavor to abolish all forms of theatrical entertainment and sport, and certainly Iboxing and horse, «racing. Pussyfoot hails from a land where until quite recently there ,was a law in force which made it a punishable offence for a man to kiss a wo- man in any public place, even if tho wo- man were his wife. "Dagonet," London "Referee." It takes a wise man ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Popularity. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

Popularity. During tho last week we have had two cases in our immediate neighborhood of citizens of Ulverstone gaining appreciation from their co-mates for being popular. Taking them in tho order- they carno be- fore the public we read of Mr E. Hobbs, Ri.H.A., receiving a compliment from the Speaker of the House for being popular amongst his fellow members. It wasn't reported, but no doubt our worthy mem- ber blushed to tho back of his neck, but ho can take all that class of eye-wash they care to give him if ho is gaining Iiis point. He's a clovcrer man than Mr Whitsitt in many wa.ys, for the latter gen- tleman makes no bones about what he thinks, and is going to do on any sub- ject, and nobody needs to give his policy .a second thought, but not eo with our Mr Hobbs. He gets up on tho fonce occa- sionally, and wobbles about thero at the peril of his life until thereat has jumped, and then down he comes. Ho is what might be termed a clever exponent "of running with the hare, and hunt...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

CAMERAS! Picture-making: Easy with our New Cameras. Inspect early while Rauge . is Complete. A. J. COLLINS & CO.. Photographic Chemists, ULVEESTONE. Watch this Space. IN THE FRONT AGAIN 1 Magnificent Display of NEW SEASONS MILLINERY BROWNS LIMITED, THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE lg moro than sustaining its high reputation this year as the Leading Millinery Store of the North-West Coast. Our Window Display is Aattractiug - Crowds. THE VERDICT IS~ rr'S WORTH COMING A LONG DISTANCE TO SEE. Excellence of Quality, Artistic Shapes and Designs ^ Delicate Shadings and Colorings are the predominant features. ' ©DR MODES BËPRESENT THE HIGH-WATER MARK OF FASHION'S CREATIVE ART. Ladies to be well dressed must wear a BROWN'S HAT. Don't Forget the Window Display of MILLINERY at THE BIG STORE ULVERSTONE STUBBS & JACOBS (Late A.Ï.ÎF.), lailway Station, Corner of Victoria rt., PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND PAPERHANGERS. Estimates, with specifications, for ail alaaae» of work. btipport a "Digge...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WE CAN SUPPLY IN Syoles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Folks, Potato Forks, Soytho Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator (yil, Caus. Petroleum Jelly. AT THE HOME OF HARDWARE NOVELTIES. E. A. CLEAVER, v THE IRONMONGER. / 'Phone, 56. / NIPPER DEVLIN,' THE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNER OF VICTORIA AND REIBEY STREETS. Geo. Lehman, A.I.F., and myself can give you satisfaction. Look in. JJLVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. J. JONES & CO. LTD. SUSSEX-ST., SYDNtEY, Specialise in Farmers' Produce, sold by Principals of the firm personally. High est Prices. Prompt Roturns. C. WASHINGTON BROWN, Ulverstone, Agent Leven District. Telephone 68. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S, ULVERSTONE, PLUMBERS - THE PLUMBERS, THE UNIVERSAL PLUMBERS. DEVLIN AND WELLS. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

MUS-. VON BIBRA, Reibey-st., Ulver- stone, stock the "Malone" series of Photographie Pidture Postcards of local views. ILSON AND STURZAKER, the Ul vorstono Garage, Forth-road oorner. Everything you -want stocked, and don't forget it. ILSON AND STURZAKER sdi Tyros, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc., at rook bottom prices. 'Phono 17. WILSON AND STURZAKER have 25 H.P. Limousine for .hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. ILSON AND STURZAKER make no oharge for reporting upon condition of motors or bikes. ¡T1TILS0N AND STURZAKER give cs * Y. timates, with specification on the spot. 'Phone 17. ÍTT7TLS0N AND STURZAKER, the last ' to start, but the first to instal an up to-date motor-driven tube inflating plant. 'Phone 17. WILSON AND STURZAKER, being the best, give their customers the bes: by keeping pace with the times. 'Phone 17. [V\fELSON AND STURZAKER inflate ? Y ? tubes without hunting in dark and dirty corners for obsolete hand and foot . pumps. 'Phone 17. [TITILSON AND STURZAKER believe '...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scissors and Paste. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 11 December 1920

^ T- -T Scissors and Paste. "Hush, little baby, don't you cry, You'll be an angel by-ea nd-bye." .1 have been writing about babies anti doing my best to save babies for the last thirty years, but this is ono of the MOST INTERESTING BABY CASES 1 have over come across. Thc other after- noon I was introduced to a dear little new baby who was just three weeks old. I was introduced to him by his sister, a charming young lady of eighteen, and that young lady's eldest sister is nearer sixty than fifty. "Bayonet," London "I'oferee."

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