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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
Corns canse more trouble than a lot of really serious ailments. Most people let their corns'co uncared for just bc canno it is too much bother to attend -to them. Russian Corn Solvent is_ no bother; it is simply applied, and gives relief. Price 1/3/ post free, from R, F. Johnston, Uhemist, Devonoort and Latrobe.*
ST. LUKES CHURCH, LATROBE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
ST. LUKES CHURCH, LATROBE . ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. 1 Tho annual general meeting" of La trobe parishioners was held ' in St. ¡Luke's Parish Hall, when the rector (Rev. J. Cookson Compton) presided I over a fair attendance. The treasurer-warden (Mr. J. P. Wright) presented the balance-sheet and accounts for tho year inst closed,' which showed the total receipts to have been £386/1879, against iv total expendi ture of £238/6/11. The following ac counts showed debit balancés: - St. Luke's working account, £23/12/5; par ish hall account, £5/1/6; whilst the cre ditor accounts were: Burial ground account, £36/19/11; general repairs to church account, £-14/11/1; reduction of rectory mortgago nccount, £38/J0/ ; memorial to soldiers' account, £1/1/10. An amount of £28/18/2 was also held in tho memorial of the late Rev. Win. Hogg account. It was very gratifying to notice the substantial increase in both tho offertories and stipend collec tions during the year. The average attendance nt church...
ARMISTICE RENEWAL HARDENING THE TERMS GERMAN SLIMNESS IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
dälSnCE RENEWAL I HARDENING THE TERMS j I GERMAN SLIMMERS IN EVIDENCE. PARIS, Tuesday. - At a meeting of military and technical experts of the Allied army Marshal Fcch attending, questions from the _ conference for carrying out tho armistice were dis cussed, and new conditions examined. The delegates considered the Polish question, and decided on the manner of sending reinforcements to the Polish troops. Tiley also discussed the ques tion of German commercial shipping, ; which will bo used by the Allies in com ! pensation for the tonnage sunk by sub marines. They also considered the question of thc German ports which it ! is contemplated to occupy, some of them as a guarantee for carrying out the armistice, and as a punishment for obstructions hitherto raised by Ger many. j Other questions discussed included the German gold reserve, and tho vic tualling of Germany. I In connection with the victualling of Germany, it is understood that _ the Armistice Conference favors the utilisa ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
INTEREST AWAKENED. . «'rest awakened everywhere in l'.arvellous eures nf Cuts, Bums Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mng I.iniment. 1'0 and 3/. Obtnin from II. G. Spicer, Chemist, ie and Stanley; Jas. Thorne, Grocer, Waratah; Yolla Supply Yolla; A. E. Dixon. Chemist, ard ; and Grey Bros., Smithton.* i
CRAWLED BACK ACONY OF PRISONERS. "NOT MEN, BUT GHOSTS." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
CRAWLED BACK ACONY OF PRISONERS. "NOT MEN.1ÍÜT GHOSTS." England has been horrified by stories I from the front revealing the dreadful plight of British prisoners, who, re ! leased from German camps, have made their way, starving and in rnss, to tho Allied lines. This is one narrative of many pub lished in tho London papers: While an American band, to the great delight bf a large number of civilians and prisoners passing back to their armies, was playing at Mont nedy three Tommies dressed in German overcoats, Italian hats, and odd boots, nsk'.J how they could get back to the lîritîs'ii lines. Xever did one look upon wore silent, and pitiful victims of Ger man hatred of Britain. Their faces emaciated and blue with cold, tunics hanging from their shoulders like sacks, voices thin and low, bespeaking exhaustion-they presented a picture of utter misery.
IMPORTS.—January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
IMPORTS.-January 16. Per Hotomahana, BS, from Mel bourne: 100 bgs oats, Webb and Co.; also GO bgs superphosphate. 21 ess i currants. 10 bgs bran, 12 bags' wheat, 24 bg3 pollard. 14 bgs flour. 30 bdls butter box timber, 160 bgs Sti'gá?. 13 bgs salt. 151 ess fruit, and sundi ias.
EXPORTS.—January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
I EXPORTS.-January 15. i Per Koonya, BS, for Sydney : - i 206 tgs potatoes, Clements ord Co. ; í 632 bgs potatoes, Stenhouse and Co. ; 123 bgs potatoes. Don Co.; nlso 1140 bg« potatoes. 84 bes swe-îes, 177 bgs ^:>'nip3, 520 bdls staves and sun dries. j Tho ss Rotomahana arrived at Bur I nie yesterdav morning from Melbourne, and after discharging passengers and cargo left on tho return "via Devon port, j
NORTH-WESTERN NEWS BARRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
NORTH-WESTERN NEWS BARRINGTON. Welcome Home-A successful func tion was held in thu Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, the occasion being a welcome home social to Private Ai Di Fronen, M.M., eldest son of Mrs. G. French, tho church being prettily de corated with flowers and flags. '. . Mrs. French . also has a younger son in Egypt- Fte. French has the honor of gaining the Military Medal, of which his people and the whole district are very proud. During, the evening a programme* bf söng3 and recitations was rendered and eloquent anil inter esting patriotic; addresses wcro given by tho. cliairman (Mr. D. Russell), Pevs. Semmens and Higginbotham, Messrs. French and-Moody. A cold medal, suitably inscribed, was pre sented to Pto..French by Mr. D. Rus sell, and was attached to his tunic by bis sister (Miss Coral French)., Mr. C.: French (undo of recipient) responded. A.neat, bouquet,was also presented to Mrs. French (mother of the guest) by Miss Minnie Russell, president of the Girls' Pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
THE FRIEND OF THE FACTORY Home, workshop, or stable. Kaledon ian Oil, called by one well satified i ser, many' years back, "tho great pain reliever," and it still maintains the right to the name. Another Kaledonian Oil enthusiast tells us that it works like a charm, and so it does ia all cases of bodily aches or pains, rheumatism, lumbago, and similar ail ments are all benefited by thc uso of Kaledonian Oil. Sore throat or chil blains, in fact, from end to end of the body, Kaledonian Oil is a friend to the sufferers from pain; try it and be convinced. At tho first warning twinge of rehumatism, rub in Kale Ionian Oil according to the directions and get relief. Lumbago is promptly relieved bj applying a pieco of flannel wrung out in hot water and then sprinkled with Kaledonjan Oil. Tooth ache is relieved by a piece of cotton wool moistened with Kaledonian Oil 03¡ng put in the tooth. T1 e farmer and cattleman should always have a bottle of Kaledonian Oil on hand. Its worth cannot he es...
STILL SOARING SYDNEY'S RECORD PRICES. MAIZE. 8/ A BUSHEL. LUCEBNE TOUCHES £10/10/. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
STILL SOARING SYBNGY'S RECORD PRICES. MAIZE. sFI BUSHEL. I LUCEBNE TOUCHES £10/10/. Tho hoom in forage and grain showed no signs of diminution in Sussex street to-day (roports Monday's Sydney "Sun"). ( . , , As a result of the drought in various parts of the State and Queensland, there has been a big rush for supplies. Farmers and pastoralists have travelled hundreds of miles in order to obtain feed for their starving stock. Many visited Sussex street this morning, but were compelled to go away almost empty-handed,, na very few merchants had supplies. For the meagre quantities held prices went up in sensational fashion. Maize, white or yellow, put on 6d per bushel, and tho rate of 8/ asked was claimed to be the highest in.tho history of the .trade:. Duíirig the long drought bí 1903 tho top price was only 6/8. There are at present no supplies coming from any quarter in New South Wales. Queensland is not'in a position to help New South Wales, as in other ¡ years, and, ia consequence, ...
STANLEY TURF CLUB A PEACE-TIME PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
STANLEY TURF CLUB A PEACE-TIME PROGRAMME. Last Tuesday evening in the Stanloy Town Hall the annual meeting of tho ahove club took place, Hr. H. G. Spicer (president) in tho chair. Tlio annual report submitted was as follows:- Your committee beg. to ré port that since the last annual Sleet ing a race met was held on March 17. ! Owing to tho restrictions placed on racing by the military authorities, we were unable to hold our usual racing, and were forced to have our registra tion with the T.T.C. cancelled and hold an unregistered meeting instead. Although not satisfactory to us, this was the only course open to tho club. Tho meeting passed off very succssful ly, considering it was unregistered and the smallness of the stakes ; tho fields were up to the average, especially so in the trotting events. Our profit from the meeting for the Red Cross Society was £21/6.', ind considering tho con cert (the return froin which was good) was run separately from the race meet ing, also that the m...
ON THE RANGES PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
ON THE RANGES PRESTON. I Tho Preston Rino "Club fired a I match for a trophy presented by Mr. ¡ J. Peebles. Conditions wero seven shots and two optional sighter» at 500 and GOO yards. Weather conditions wero i not good, the mirago and smoky at mosphero making good shooting diffi cult. AV, Johnson was tho winner. Scores:- ,, ._. 500 600 ll. Tl. ,- -,_ yds, yds. AV. Johnson ... . 30 26 6 62 T.Peebles........-22 23 15 60 S. Paterson . 28 26 5 59 AV." Bott. 28 24 6 58 L. Torre'nts . 27 23 8 58 A. Johnson. 32 18 6 56 Range Prizes: 500yds., A. Johnson; 600yds., S. Paterson. _
MAINLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
MAINLAND MARKETS. j SYDNEY, Thursday/ - Oats, Tas manian white, 6/G; pota'toes. Tasman ian, 370/ to 400/; onions, 230/ to 240/; Tasmanian straw, 95/ to 100/. MELBOURNE, Thursday. - Oats, 4/5 to 4/6; milling, 4/7 r maize, 6/9 to 7/; chaff, 140/; hay, 150/; potatoes, 200/; onions, 200/f o 210/.
COO-EE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
- ; COO-EE STD OK SALE. T. Bell and Co., Ltd.; held theil usual fortnightly sale in the Tasmanian lVoolgrowers' saleyards at Coo-ee yea .terday. Market as" follows": Fat Cattle:.About 15 head Yarded; 'all sold: .price..beef. 52/ per IOOlbs.; 6 head from King Island, £18/5/, oth , . ers. £11 to £16/15. Store Cattle : Moderate .yarding j ?'" - prices still dull. Springing cows. £I0J do. heficrs, £9/7/6; 3yr. iteere, £8/10/; heifers, £7/5/ : year do.. £3 to £4112/6; calves, 10/ to 41/; dry cows, £7/5/. "Sheep: Large'yarding; prices firm for fats (especially lambs) ; stores easier. Fat ewes, 23/ to 26/ ; do. wethers, 26/; do. lambs. 16/9. 20/, 25'. to 30/9; do. hoggets, 21/, 22/3. to 23/. Stores: ewe hoggets, 17/6, 19/ : - ewes - ' and lambs', 29/3;'store lambs. 8/3 to 12/. Pigs:. Large yarding; prices late rates (good demand). Baconcrs. £3 5/, £3/16/, £4/P/, to £4/17/6; porkers, 32/6, 34/, to 37/; slips, 19/6, 23/. to 26/6; empty sows, 43/.
NORTH-WESTERN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919
NORTH-WESTERN CROPS. PARADISE.-The continued spcl of dry weather is having a bad eifec on the late crops, especially the pei crops. Those that are only just ii " the flowering stage will be light, evei with rain. Potato crops are hold ing out better, and with a- suffieienl rain in the near future there should b( some good crops. Mr. Morse commen ced digging this week in a nico crop of Plunketts, ho being the first in, thc district to get potatoes on the mar ket for this season. Feed is very short, and the outlook for stock for the coming winter is not nt all good, as grass has made no growth at all this spring, with the result that feed is shorter now than in the month of May in normal vears. RAHRrXGTOX. - Tho weather is still very dry, quite suitable for far mers gathering in their harvest, but householders are getting very short of water. GAWLER,-Harvesting is in full swing, and crops aro fairly good on the. whole. Fanners are making thc heat of the.fine weather, mit the .feed j i...