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WAR DEVELOPS INDUSTRY SHIPPING POSITION EASED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

WAR DEVELOPS INDUSTRY SHIPPING POSITION EASED. Mr. F. G. Kcllaway, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions, in an interview with tho "Sunday Observer" (London), said that the war had led to tho establishment of new industries in tho United Kingdom, and had immensely strengthened dozens of others. As an example, in 1914, only one firm in the United Kingdom was pro ducting magnetos, and their output in 1913-14 was 1514 magnetos of a simple type. Now 14 firms were pro ducing 128,037 magnetos yearly. Tile quality of the present British magneto was thc highest in tho world. It was lighter and more re liable than either the pre-war German magnetos, or latest examples of Ger man magnetos. Prior to tho war three firms In the United Kingdom were making spark ing-plugs, and tho total output in 1914 was not more than 5000. To-day, five firms were producine pines, nnd tho output for ti>e year "ending Octo ber 31 was 2,148.726. Tho British plus to-day is the best in the world. 'M...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ANTI-BRITISH BLOC IRISH AND GERMA-AMERICANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

ANTI-BRITISH BLOC IRISH AND GERMAiV-AMEliïCAXS. Thc London "Daily News" Dublin correspondent reports that he had a remarkable interview with n highly placed Englishman, "who stated that he had received advices from America that" the Irish-Americans aro forming a close union with tho German-Ameri cans. "Early spring will probably witness thc formation o£ au Irisli-Gcrman-Ame rican bloc, definitely hostile to Britain, and immensely powerful, numerically, financially, politically, and socially. "This bloc will use every factor to thc uttermost for Britain's injury, and ls a real and threatening danger, strik ing at tho very roots of the idea of a j world's peace."

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW SENATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

THE HEW SENATOR. Tho many political friends of tho Hon. E. Mulcahy in the North-West will lieartily congratulate him on his ap pointment to the Senate. The feeling in Wilmot will be tinged with regret that the constituency anB the State, are losing such a useful member. But tho Federal sphere is the higher and more handsomely remunerated, and if tuc position be regarded as a reward for political work well and faithfully done, then few of his friends but will com pliment the new Senator on his trans lation. Nor must it be assumed that thoro is not strenuous and valuable work for a Tasmanian member in the Senate. At this juncture in particular there are questions of special concern to us. Many are wondering at the true in- ' wariness of the failure of the Federal authorities to renew the offer io tho 'State Government for the supply of oil from the Latrobe shale deposits. Wien tlie Legislative Council, with ill-direct ed judgment, turned the agreement with the Federal Government down,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

At the Launceston Police. Court yes- ? torday, Daniel Callaghan was senten ced to a month's imprisonment for vagrancy. Take DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and Colds-You will get sure relief.-(Advt)._ SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MR A. STEWARD LUCADOU-WELLS L.D.S. MR. HAROLD LUCADOU-WELLS, L.D.S. DENTAL SURGEONS, WILSON STREET, BURNIE, AND WYNYARD. - Visits (appointments advisablo) WARATAH-Atkins' Hotel, monthly, ll a.m., Tuesday, to 2 p.m.; first 'Wednesday, Feb. 4 and 5. STANLEY - Rowlands', ll to 5; third Wednesday, Jan. 22. SOUTH FOREST - Gourley's, Tfcnrs day, Jan. 23. FOREST - Emmerton's, Thursday, Jan. 23, 12 to 4. SMITHTON - Morton's, Friday, Jan.. 24, 2 toO, IRISHTOWN - Reid's, Friday, Jan. 24, ll to 1. MONTAGU-Wilhams', Saturday, Jan. 25, 3 to 8. MARRAWAH - Quilliam's, Monday, Jan. 27, 9 to 2. 7 BLACK RIVER - Medwin's, Tues day, Jan. 28, 4 p.m. DETENTION - Dallas*, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 5 to 6 p.m. WYNYARD - Titley's, Monday and Thursday afternoons and daily ex cept during visits. N....

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THE TASMANIAN FORTNIGHT THE TWO CUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

TUE TASMANIAN FORTNIGHT THJD TWO CUPS. (By "The Vet.") Following are the horses nominated for the HOBART CUP, A handicap of £500, with trophy, Ta llied at £30 j second horse, £70; aild third, ¿30 from the stake, li miles. ORDELLA, br f, Positano-Tragedy Queen, 4yrs. VOCAL KINO, bh, Vocal Memnon -Miss Kingborough, aged. WALLACHIA, b m, Wallace-Carissi ma, aged. EARLliORN, b g, Earlston-Libon, nged. ÈARLSTINE, ch rn, Earlston-Mal tine, 4yrs. KENILIC, ch g, Kenilworth-Ruenic, 6yrs, SIR DIFE. ch h, Moister-Lady Diffi dence, 6yrs. SCARLET CODE, ch g, Sir Laddo Secret, 5yrs. ' FELIM, ch g, True Blue-Jewellery, aged. SILVER SPEAR, blk g, Simon of the Spear-Silver Cup, aged. SILENT MAID, ch rn, Silent Friend Complex, aged. ARD ÍIOSSA'N, br g, Featherstitch Tranquility, Cyrs. PRINCESS VIMY, b rn, White Star ... .Oakdene;, Sjfs; . . ... PRINCE MOERAKt, br g, Riding Master-Arawnka, 4yrs. NADIR SHAH, b g, Capture (imp.) Delhiann, 4yrs. LORD CAVENDISH, ch g, Andria Frolic, 6yrs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

FREE MEDICAL ADVICE. BY A REGISTERED CHEMIST. This is on influenza. It is important. As to medicino, tho words ara throe See a doctor. With respect to "masks" why not an inhalant? WAWN'S WON DER-BALM (tho Magic Salve) is by far tho surest. Carry it in tho pocket it is put up in a sanitary collapsible metal tube. Ere mixing up with people pat a little up tho nostrils, a little oa tho tongue. Eepoat this as occasion de mands. Bot with all the care there is the possibility. Then learn this-pneu monia discharges its humors into the lungs, clogs the? air-'cells, arrests th« circulation, and, if neglected, inevitably stops the hoart. WAWN'S WONDEB' WOOL (the Magie' Wrap) must be kept in the house against this contingency. On tho first touch of pain, the sar« sign, apply it as directsd. Tho pain will disappear aa though by magic, showing that the circulatiou has been lostored and tho danger averted. Wawn's Won« dor-Balra, price ll- a tubs, and Wawn's Wonder-Woo], price 2/6 a packet, aro oi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

Altor tho cold snap DRAKE': CARRAGHEEN' for Coughs is tl« -\aht thing.-(Advt.). SHIITE'S SHOE SALE WE .ARE J^Q'^ SELLING OUT, BUT "WE ARE SELLING CHEAP. PRICES PROVE IT. DON'T DELAY YOUR VISIT. WONDERFUL VALUES. SIUTE'S, . . STOCKAKING SALE All our Seasonable Goods aro now GREATLY MARKED DOWN for nbso- £ $ lute clearanco for cash before next month, when our annual taking of steck commences. STAR BARGAINS. Ladies' Costumes, in Voile, Linen and Gabardine, 28/6, for 20/; 35/6, for 25/; 40/, for 48,6. Maids' Green or Brown Gabardine Dresses, 36, 38 and 40 inches long, 10/6, for 6/11. Children's Muslin Print and Voile Dresses, marked 3,'6 to 4/6, now 2Í11 ; marked 4'11 to 6/6, now 3/11. This Soason's MILLINERY at half ' marked prices. 3 pieces of Navy Print, 4/11 doz. 2Sin. Dark Grey Dress Tweeds, in neat checks and diagonal patterns, Stock taking Price, 1/6 per yard. 40in. Fawn Tussore and Herringhone' Gabardine, marked 3/9, to clear at 2/6. Best Tasmanian Flannel, in Dark Grey, Natural...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

I-HE yiltGILIANS. TOWN HALE, Ulverslonc-To-night. ! PENGUIN.-Saturday, j WYNYARD.-January 21. ! BURNIE.-Jan. 22. f Tho Collegian Stars. Don't miss them. Popular Prices. |Q.OVERNMENT OF TASMANIA. HYDRO-EIyBOTRIC DEPARTMENT. WANTED AT ONCE, 12 CARPEN ITERS for Power Station, Waddamana. ! Long ¡ob Wages, 12/ per day. Ap ply HYDRO-ELECTRIC DEPART MENT, T. and G. Chambers, Collins street, Hobart. PROSSERS' English tennis rac quets, from 22/Ö to £2/2/. Hopo's, Dpt. "SPANISH" INFLUENZA. In London, in July, the death-rate J from influenza rose from 4 per week (ordinary) to 287, owing to tho visi tation of "Spanish" influenza. This can be largely avoided by. carrying^ case of Nyal's Laxacolds about with yon. Ono tablet taken in time will frequently check an attack of influ enza. Thoy aro no troublo to have I about with you. A box comfortably, its into your vest pocket. They are a 'medicine chest in vest- ] pocket capacity. - . . - Portable, Concentrated, Efficient. . ; -NYAL'S LAXACOLDS. ' P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

SHIPPIHC. u MON LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weather and other circumstances permitting^ FOR MELBOURNE . , S.S. ROTOMAHANA. From-Burnie-Tuesday, 14th, 6 a.m.; Thursday, 16th, 6 a.m.; . Saturday, 18th, 8.30 p.m. From Devonport-Tuesday, 14th, . 2 p.m. direct; Thursday, 16th, 3 p.m., direct; Saturday, 18th, 2 p.m., via Burnie. On Tuesday and Thursday proceeds .from Devonport direct to Melbourne, from Devonport direct to Melbourne. Saturday, from Burnie as usual. I Cargo received only subject to spe cial arrangement, and must ha booked ! at local offices. FOR SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE- | ."STEAMER. From Burnie-Wednesday ¿ ¡Janu - ary 15. From Devonport-Thursday, Janu ary 16. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly. Agent for Orient Lino of Royal Mail Steamers. M ELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. -SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE From Stanley-S.S. Perth. From Devonport-S.S. Perth. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., DEVONPORT, Agents: : Tas. Farmers' Association, Burnie, O. T. Smith, Sta...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

To tho Editor. Sir!-"Duke's" letter in your issue of this morning was not half emphatic enough ns to 'the claims (if the soldiers to havo representatives in the House, and though ho drew attention to the largo humber, of peoplç who will give a soldier candidate their. hinüber ones, he forgot to mention their sweethearts, and tho vast body of patriotic workers, who havo supported him all through tho piece, and who will not desert him now. Does "Duko"iufer that a man who would not allow modern, or rather German, methods of war to thwart his ' purposo, will allow a handful of fun makers to put him off the track ? ff ho does. 1 would adviso "Duke" to guess again. Given a sound policy, there is nothing in. Darwin to prevent a soldier from topping tho poll,'and in view of "Duke's'' closing paragraph, I fancy ho will back the winner. I notice none of our politicians aro game to say the soldier, ought not to take up politics. As a matter of fact they frankly confess that they look upon his ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAUNCESTON CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

LAUNCESTON CUP. A handicap of £500; second horse, £30; and third, £10 from .the stake, lj miles. i SEEK, br rn, Tho Scribe-Watchful, 5 yrs. SWEET TOKEN, blk g, Simon of the Spcar-r-Remcmbrnnce, ,6yrs. . . BttOODSËINDË, b g, Simon of tho Spear-Athata, 3yrs. CANTILENA, b rn, Chiron-Rondel, ÔJTS. CHANCE ELITE, b or br rn, Challen ger-Finsen Light, aged. CAPTAIN STANDISH, br g, Mountain Kine-Poi Dance, oyrs. WARNEFORD, br z, Coil-Conne mara, aged. WARNETON,, ch fi, Oraiel-Lady Nightingale, aged. STITCHING, br f, ? Bronzino-Braid ing, 3yrs. MUSK STAR, b E, Mousquoton-^Star ry, 4yrs. ORDELLA, br f, Positano-Tragedy Oueen, 4yrs. LORD CAVENDISH, ch g, Andria Frolic. 6yrs. NADIR SHAH, h g, Capture (imp.) Dclhiana, 4yrs. PRINCE MOERAKI, br g, Riding Master-Arawaka, 4yrs. NADIR SHAH, b g, Capture (imp.) - Delhiana, 4yrs. PRINCESS VIMY, b rh, White Star Oakdene, 3yrs. ARDROSSAN, br g, Featherstitch Tranquility, Cyrs. SILENT MAID, ch rn, Silent Friend _Como'.ex, aged. FELIM.'ch g, True Blue-Jewe...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

To tho Editor. Sir,-The nbuvc subject lias been dis cussed by "Dad and Slum" and others in your columns. Certain returned sol-» diers havo entered the political arena, and it seems possible that our return ed soldiers and their claims will become a political factor among us. So far 1 such soldiers as tiaro entered j political lifo havo done so under tho ! banners of existing political parties, j but it has been contended that the re- ¡ turned soldiers and their sympathisers should become a separate, party or en tity, politically. Under these circum stances it may bo as well to consider this aspect. j Every soldier is a citizen, and the returned soldier possesses full citizen rights," and as .such is entitled to re Íiresent his fellow citizens in our Par- . iamentary institutigns. But if his con- j ! stituents consist only of soldiers and : their admirers, the basis of representa tion becomes somewhat l'united. As-a successful candidate his usefulness would also bo limited. A purely ...

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TOUR OF THE COAST A COMING FEDERAL PARTY THE PROCRAMME IN BETAIL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

TOUR OP THE COAST A COMING FEDERAL PAE¿ THE PR02HAMME If) DETipj MELBOURN* Hur , torri\-;poiident of "ll* .Yn^.^-i day interviewed lin- I:,.- ¡ Spence, M.H.K, for ¡,M-MU ¡ ? ing tho forthcoming H-"L U| jt members lo 'ht.-UKima. Mr. Silence luid "Th.- .u, r?prt»c»tnlho that HX.C- . had been mooced it hal . in Federal circles. Ile i..i, l. . sieged by niembcr.-i desirun, (ll ¡ ' tho trip, »nd ho had ha-.i tm. nearly twenty metiibe:.--. "However," said A:,-. .-;.,.",. shall certainly organise a - ^iiiij later oil, possibly tai Iv i;- .,¡ v have been 'tallan- ¡.|.' i!"! ;., Vf¿Zk Coast lati'lv, U-IPR ¡:-t,^:.i find itCV many s.>nn;ai, as-| haro lievVT been tu 1a-:,:.-.|.a, ; aro very kci*."' to .-..i- i,.? when they hear W «.« i*. tics." Ibo party, v. luth lc..ilt., on January 23, will (uii.-n ti:- ,-; Senator and Mrs. i humas \> Senntor and Mr.-.. ltinl. (^u.... Senator and -Mrs. At maud, st Senator Enrlu. Ins. Hoi!. W. WCIMM I' nij , General. Mr. R. B. Orchard und i Orchard, X,S...

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DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

DEVONPORT. Thc Rotomahana.-The es Rotorua hanan, on her tri-wockly trip from Melbourne, was an arrival yesterdaj morning, bringing a_ number of pas sengers and a quantity of fruit ant general cargo. Sho sailed on returr in the evening with 185 passengers, oi whom 157 were saloon and the re mainder steerage. _ The vessel is dui again in tho morning, and on the re turn journey will call nt Burnie. Jfcrrey Marine Board.-The monthly meeting of tho Mersey Marino Board takes ' placo on Monday afternoon. There will be no business of a special nature, tho miiin item 6? far being thc usual official.reports as to thé'progrésâ during the month. Contractors aro-lit work raising tho floor of the sheds, and as soon ns the slip is ready thc dredge Agnew will bo taken on for overhaul. Life-Saving Apparatus.-Respecting the provision of life-saving apparatus at the Bluff, to which a correspondent referred yesterday, the Warden stated that on two occasions this had been provided, and each timo it was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

Children take DRAKE'S 0 GBEEN for Conphs awl ('..'.-. : ask for moro.-(Adrt.). Wot weather! Bur your »' and Motor Cyclo Suit-, <~ Saddlery Depot. Dovn""ort.' \0/0 STAMPED NIGHTS, /j /ll I 0/ 0 Artistic Stamped tt/ 1J C/6 STAMPED NICHTS, 4/11. Artistic Stamped Nightdress De signs, ready for working, on good quality Madapolán!. Worth 6/C, nt CRAIGS, 4/11. 1/11 STAMPED CAMS., 1/6. .Stamped Cnmitolo Designs, on samo . quality Mridnpolam as Night dresses. Worth 1/11, at CRAIG'S Fancy Dept., 1/6. IVORY WHITE FLOSSETTE (will wnsh white), 3 star, Jd pscskein, ,. or 1/0 dozen. "CRAIG'S" ART HEEDLEY/ORK BOOK, instnietivo to Beginner and Professional nliko. Or'er 100 pages, 250 illustrations, price Kl posted. ALSO, "CRAIC'S" BOOK, embrac ing three mn.-t pnpülnr Arts-Fen painting. Stcroillinp, and Pokor work. Price l l posted. A 5 rAM ort IL STAMPED Q'OYLEYS, damped rendv fur working. Her",. snow ion easily, worked designs, |.) others to dip,,.,, from. Wort], Ah\ e«h, at Craig's' CRA...

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PREFERENCE FOR SOLDIERS ADELAIDE CONGRESS IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

PREFERENCE FOR SOLDIERS ADELAIDE CONGRESS IN MARCH. : MELBOURNE, Thursday. - "When thc annual congress of the Returned ¡ Soldiers' League meets in Adelaide on March 1, many important qucs-¡ tions will appear on the agenda paper.1 It is desired by the league that re turned soldiers should not only have : preference in the public service of the Commonwealth and States, but that there should bc preference in promo -tion. The Governments of the States will doubtless be asked to make room in the services for as many men as possible.

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TASMANIAN PAINT PREFERENCE BY THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

TASMANIAN PAINT PREFERENCE BY THE GOV ERNMENT. HOBART, Thursday. - Messrs. I Lyons and (VKcefe, M'sH.A., wait ed on the Premier (Mr. T.ee) to-day to urge that the Serpentine Co 's paints should he giren priority over any product manufactured outside Tasmania in all Government work. They pointed ont that the company had incurred considerable expense in establishing the industry, and had proved without doubt that the local product was equal to the imported ar ticle. Unfortunately, they had to fight prejudice, which in Tasmania they were endeavoring to fight down, and so enablo the factory to bo kept in full work. Members urged the Premier to give the company a sub stantial order for paint, and also sug gested that the Government should make provision in departmental con tracts that only Tasmanian paint should he used. The Premier promised to refer thc matter to his colleagues immediately. In fact, he was at present in communi cation-with his officers on' the subject.

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WIRELESS INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

I WITîKI.ESS INTENTION. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. - The Navy Department announces that an imdertrrnniid and siih-sea wireless fun.. rican invention has Wen put to I'f.u tit ni use in the navy and. army ¡111 r i n pi the nar. The invention hither to was practical only in rcecivint: mess ages. _ Now they can he readily sent. Ilie inventor refused any remunera tion.

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ADVANCE AUSTRALIA! BIG ADVERTISING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

I - ADVANCE AUSTRALIA ! md ADVERTISING SCHEME. LONDON', Tuesday.-The Austra lian cruiser Brisbane arrived at Ports mouth from the Grand Fleet to-day to lie re-fitted prior to returning to Australia. She entered the harbor amid sounding sirens, whistles and blue ?jackets' cheers. i The Commonwealth is erecting a large screen in front of Australia House on which cinematographic views will be thrown from four o'clock till sereu o'clock daily, with thc object of demonstrating to the English soldiers the possibilities of Australia for emi gration, /ind to jiromoto Anglo-Aus tralian trade.

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BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 17 January 1919

BURNIE. Ïnter-Stnte Passenger Service.-1 Itotomahana did not arrive from M bourne yesterday morning until 5. o'clock. The Launceston train was < layod an hour in order that it coi tako mails and passengers. Altogotln 22§ passengers travelled on the voss nf whom 29 were returned soldie Tho return trip was commenced in t afternoon direct from Devonport. T Rotomalmnn is_ due here again i morrow. Sho will pay n visit to I vnnnorfc, and leave hero on return Meltuunip nt 8.30 o'clock ai nighl Burnie Soldier Returns-Only one soldier who enlisted in the Emu Bay municipality returned by the Roto mahana yesterday. He was Pte. Gor don Garland, of the 40th Battalion who is a native of Sprent. He was met at the wharf by his father. Pte   Garland has obtained special leave per mitting him to spend a few days in Burnie before he reports at the head quarters in Launceston. Old Resident's Health.-Tho opel tion performed upon Mr. H. Billett tho Devon Hospital some weeks ai has...

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