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GLORIOUS BRITISH TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
GLORIOUS BRITISH TROOPS. Sir Doughs Hnig ha's; had to wrih despatches. which probably caused hin more pain, than ".they did to the multi tudo of readers; For a. great war i never a -continuous-record of victories Thc victories have to be mcasurcc against defeats; And defeats an not always tho result of unforseen cir cumstances or of the enemy's superior itv in force. Some of them are thc penaltics'of bad generalship, of imper fect apprehension of strategy by subor dinates,, of faulty co-ordination. Ami tho despatches' which are the basis ol history must bo truthful and candid. But in describing events as they werr related to his command between Si h August and 11th' November. Sir Douglas Hain; had an enviable task: "Tn tlTine months of epic fighting the British-armies in Franco brought to a suddph and dramatic end the great wcaiing-ont battle of the past four years. The confidence of our troops throughout the years -of strain never wavered. The annals of war hold re cord of no moro ...
HAD NO CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
HAD NO CHOICE. A man was rebuked in Court for en doavorim; to confirm a paloably absurd story told by his wife. "Yon .should bo moro careful," the judge said. "I tell you candidly I don't believe one word of your wife's storv." Tlio man looked at tho judge, ¿nd sighed mournfully. '^'That's nil very well," he said. "You may do as yon like, but I've got to I*_
BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
BURNIE. Tlio ss Ttotomahana left Melbourne "? at:noon yesterday .with 219 passengers for llnrmo and Devonport. She has on board, also. 101 tons of cargo for thin port. She is due here at 5 o'clock thij morning, leann* ni 6.30 for Devon port. She returns from that port .dur ing the afternoon, leaving for Mel bourne to-night. The ss Taviuni is due on Wednesday to load produce.for Sydney. . Tho ss Marrawah leaves Melbourne to-day on her usual wceklv trio to Const ports.- She is. due on Monday.
EXPORTS.—January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
. EXPORTS.-January 17. " Per ss Koonya, for Sydney, Nev castle «nd -Brisbane;-lO.EOÓít. ,t'irc her, 313 hgf'potatoes, Cumming an ,Co, ¡-269 bgs potatoes, T. Fannon; ti .» . bgs potatoes, Tasmanian Woolcrowen Agency Co., Ltd. ; GcO bgs potatoes, 3 bgs. turnips, ICQ bgs peas, Stallions nnd XV; 17C bgs potatoes. 169 bi? pens, D. Loane; 130 bgs peas. C02 bg potatoes, River Don Trading Co.; 100 bgs potatoes, 410 bgs peas, 33 bgs tur nips, 66 bgs oats, E. T- Clements am Co.; 560 bgs potatoes, 65 bgs tur nips, "Webb nnd Co., Ltd.; 297 bg potatoes, W; G. Carey; 133'bgs pota toes, J.-A. Drake; 117 bgs potatoes . . Edwards and Strettlc; 222 bes pata toes,'17 bgs turnips, T. Rosevear; ate 1131 bgs potatoes. -Koonya, ss,,which lifted produce ni Burnie nnd Devonport, sailed at an early hour yesterday morning for Syd ney. Rotomnhann,' S3, is due this morning from Melbourne via Burnie. The re turn trip is advertised for 2 p.m. Wallsend, ss, is expected on Mon day from Adelaide. She is eh route to ...
POSITIVE PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
?POSITIVE PROOF. "Bad luck for poor old Bill," said Jinks tho chauffeur. "He pot fined tor taking, out his employer's car with out permission." "But how did the boss know he took it?" . "Bill ran over him." She: "And what will you do if I re fuse your" He: "Hitherto, I have committed suicide.'.',
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
Children, taite DRAKE'S CARRA GHEEN" for Conpjis and Colds, and así. ¡OT more.-(Advt.). Jones' I.X.L. Cannod Fruits are of unrivalled quality. Made from freshest fruit and purest cano sugar.* "SPANISH" INFLUENZA. In London, in July, Uie death-rate from influenza rose from i per week (ordinary) to 287, owing to tho visi tation of "Spanish" influenza. This can be largely avoided by carrying a case of' Nyal's Laxacolds about with you. One tablet taken in time will frequently check an attack of influ enza. They aro no trouble to havo about with you. A box comfortably fits into your vest pocket. They aro a medicine chest in vest pocket capacity. Portable, Concentrated, Efficient. -NYAL'S LAXACOLDS. Price, 1/6. A. E. DIXON. Wynyard. H. 0. SPICER, Burnie. A. J. COLLINS, Ulverstone.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ROLL RENTAL "BASIS ILLECAL. "MUST BE £30 ASSESSMENT." RULING BY ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
j LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ROLL RENTAL "BASIS ILLECAL "M1JST BE jciölsSlKSMEXT." RÜLLVG Bi' ATTOHXEY-GEXEIlAL. At ' ft meeting of the - Notional Fe eration- at Hobart this week it wai r ported that, iu reply to a qucstic asked in the legislative Council 1 Hon. WV M. Williams, the Attorne, Genural (Flon. W. ii. Propsting; hi ¡stated:-"If tho annual value of property is shown on th« nssessniei roll as less than £30, tho occupier h: ¡not tho occupancy qualifiction r&lt; quired by ftt Vic'No. 5, and is ni entitled to have his »anio inserted i the Legislative Council roll." Dh satisfaction with this reply was es j pressed hy several members, and i 'was contended that it was not J'igll I lo disfranchise a man who paid JJ30 : [year for his homo just becauso th 'house was assessed at £28. It wa j resolved to send ii deputation to tin i Attorney-General on the matter. I The matter is of interest in tin I North-West, where the rental bast : has teen pretty generally adopted ii the compilat...
CRICKET NORTHDOWN v. DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
CRICKET j XORTHÓOWN v. DEVONPORT. Tim.first cricket match played on the j rosene for about three years is to ' ' take placo at thc ICast Devonport lie creation Ground th« ?afternoon. lt will bo contested by combined teams representative ol' Northdown and De vonport,'and promises to create » good deal of interest amongst "knights of .tlio:»iUoH\" ' lt is Impod to have the association' on a found footing again . host year.
ZEEHAN SOLDIERS AND POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
ZEEHAN SOLDIERS AND POLITICS I ZEEHAN, Friday-A branch of the 1'cturned Soldiers' and Patriots' Poli 1 tira! Party ivas formed at ¿echan to I night. Tim following officers were [elected :-Major T. Vincent, presi dent ; Chaplain Hichard, vice-president; Lieut. Harrison, secretary. Lieut, Harrison was elected as delegate to attend the executive meeting at Hur nio on Monday, when a programme is to ho drawn un, and thu nominations of Darwin candidates received.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
j STANLEY. j Dental Notice.-Mr. Lucndou Wells, j Dental Surgeon, Burnie, will - visit I Circular Head next week. Owing tn j tlie inclusion nf Marrawah in tito trin, I the day at tonio of tho places is ul-j tered. Patient« aro requested to read ¡ ntlvçrtfcçmçntu..carefully, and avoid j mistakes,* " ¡
SHIPPING DISPUTE DEREGISTRATION OF UNION PAPERS SERVED ON SECRETARY. APPLICATION WILL BE OPPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
DEREGISTRATION OF UNION PAPERS SERVED CH ÍECRE VARY. ?APPLICATION WILL I'K ; SYDNEY, Frulay.-A lvpiv« ni,it¡V[ of tho Crown Solicitor's I;??'?:u 1i,",., ,.t day Rfrvctl on Mr. Vi. Kiiiv.iul,, ¡,(tjr, general secroiary of th» Federal.' Seamen and Fircnifn's lu'n.n. menta connected with the aitinn M tho ¡¡art cf the Cnmnmmvcalih |.,r ||" dercgistralion'of thc union, v.h'tli fe. tends. lo oppose tho iirphcfctioii.
SOLDIERS' WHARE UNION. DELEGATES LEAVES FOR LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
SOLDIERS' WHARE I'XIO.Y. BELKSATFS i \vi'- rou SYDNEY, fiii*y;_j|r. I.. Sfe, secretary «f til«: ll'lunn,! .-'"M;,... and Snliurs' Sliip ami Wii.'n |.;,|,-,. nrs' Union, stated to-day t!i:i G. II. Moss would lem« tn-n,i,innr (,. London on nn importan! in;--ic,n ;. ronnection wit JJ (lie union. Ti.,, pate's main mission will li" t -, qt»rldrt Australian wiltliers in umm'iimi T;v, industrial matters. Ile will . ,trry j assurance of tlie good feeling iii.it u' isis at the present titne tow-ink j. turned soldiers cud sailors.