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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
You wït rio Lol irr tli.in Uh DH ARK'S CARRAGHEEN* for CougU nn.-l OiMs.-(AilvU._ rp HE Molloy Valuó of tile Exhibitions won ïu open competition !,y M.L.O. JL Students in a single year amounts to £1030. HAWTHORN, VICTORIA. President: Rev. W. H. Fitehelt, R.A., LL.I). Hoad Ma',tcr: P. 1!. Le Con teur, M.A. (with Honors), Melbourne and Oxford; Rhodes SohnUr, U".*i; lato Lecturer in Mental and Moral Philosophy, University of Wi stern A"* tralia. The ordinary Staff for 1917 included Nine Universitv Cradu.u.-. THE M.L.Ü. HAS" BEEN DESCRIBED AS "A SCHOOL WITH I2EALS"! THE IDEAL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, with its natural reward of l.caltl, and the grace and efficiency which lin with health. TnE IDEAL OF DOMESTIC TRAINING, fitting a girl for happy u&lt; nm hood. THE IDEAL OF BUSINESS EQUIPMENT, preparing a girl to cam br own livelihood. THE IDEAL OF PREPARATION FOR. A UNIVERSITY COURrT. «, ûn a girl can enter ono of tho professions. THE IDEAL OF SOCIAL CULTURE, giving a knowletlgo of soc...
BRITISH REPRESENTATION A PROBLEM FOR PEACE CONFERENCE FIVE TO SPEAK FOR THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
BRITISH REPRESENTATION ' . A PROBLEM FOR PEACE - CONFERENCE j FIVE TO sfËÂK FOR THE ! EMPIRE. PAIUS, Wednesday.-A m:vcmecí is believed to be undér nay to reduce the representation of small nations at tho Peace Conference, in order to prevent :ho Congress beinr; too unwieldy. It is expected that thc various Powers will l.o ¡-.'presentad secording to tho import '.nce of tbcrVp-'rt played in tho war. Later.-1 he Ccnferencó decided that Bolgium and Servia should each have two delegates, and Brazil three dele gates. ' Tho United States, Japan, France, Italy and Britain are to hnve five mern b-rs cacti, and other nations between ? »e mi three members. I
A NATIONALIST SPLIT DISUNION IN QUEENSLAND. THE "BOLSHEVISED" SOCIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
A NATIONALIST SPLIT I DISUNION IN QUEENSLAND. THE "BOLSHEVISKD" SOCIALISTS. At a joint inci'tiny; of tin- hui | nu. eipaf sci ííons of thc nliti-Lalmr lurtes in Queensland recently an dbut was rando to consolidate a union, li iail,.(|, despite a strong appeal by tlie l.e:nlcr of tho Opposition in the Assembly (,.Mr. Macartney). In commenting on the situation, tho Brisbane "Telegraph" says: - Mr. Macartney has failed. Il- set ont to heal the party dividions, awl the chief rift is not Io.-s a rift. S'rin ingh? thc situntion is unaltered, i-.i.p; in three particulars; that Mr. M:irt ncy is the leader nf one of the :.>? w,n¡, ¡that the section has chunked it- j,mir, and that it will be at liber! v fi &lt; its policy. Rut lim places the .V.ii.ia lalists very much where they v., iv !i¡ fore. Mr'. Macnrtney's exccflnit iiiti-n tioii is mainly defeated. 'Iltei.. a party which is under his accepted l -:nl lership and has a brand-new nain., Inn it is not the all-inclusive patty &am...
ENGLISH CRICKET AUSTRALIAN TOUR DOUBTFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
I INGUSH CRICKET I AITSTHALIAN TOClt DOI'HTI.TL. LONDON, Thursday. -Vt« wal to srnrt ¡in Kugli'b tricM't ir:un ui Australia lias bein ir-iuh C.I:¡I¡, Ono reason for postponing a «t>: i n ¡, that the Marylebone' C.C., con-i 1, i; ih;it after four yean of e.-icket :?l:,:,nat .&lt;» in Britain, the questions of liliane-' :m'I players form demand further loii-Mir ation._
CURRENT COMMENTS WAR AND THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
CURRENT COMMENTS WAR. AND THE CHILD. I An uncanny stury comes from Vienna. | A large number of children have been examined with n view to noting the effects upon them of the war. Four out of five were healthy, but the ma jority were »pccimcii« of arrested growth. In the case of grown-ups, th« scarcity and low quality of tile food reduced the weight of stout fulk. j ¡Many of us who are beyond thc grow-' ing age, and perhaps beyond the agc ' in which the active sports are a plea 'sure, ure apt to "put on flesh." That 1 is the penalty of the cessation of vig-1 orous exercise. Nature punishes us ¡for otir inactivity by compelías us to! carry ii bout a lot of tody which we do' not require, which is only a burden, ' which wc would gladly bid a long fare-! I well to, which lins to be carried up hill and down dale, which is with us in our uprising and in our down-sit ting, and which insists upon insepar 'nblo companionship'with us; You see i that you may get rid of this pertinaci ous tormen...
PENCUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
I , PENCUIN. , I j .Padre's Return. - By the evening j train on Thursday Captain-Chaplain ! Armson returned to Penguin after tra ! veiling to Devonport to meet Mrs. 'Armson, who has been an inmate of the Launceston Hospital for some months, 'and later of tho convalescent home nt Perth. On arrival of the train tho War den, Cr. ¡F..JI. .Fielding,' tendered to Chaplain Armson a welcome home on behalf of the residents of the municipal ity, congratulating him on the splendid work1 on -which he had - been engaged, and also upon.tho fact of Mrs. Armson's partial restoration to health. Mr. Wv C. Stuart, on behalf of tho Patriotic ' Lcague. and Red Cross ladies; also wei- ' coined Captain Armson, endorsing-what had been said by- tbo Warden concern ing Mrs. Armson and her restoration to health. After cheers had been given, i Captain-Chaplain Armson,' Mrs, Arm son, and friends were motored to thc I Tcsidenco of Mrs. A. Ballantyne. ¡ Brass Band. - Tho committee met in tho Bureau on Thursday eve...
METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
METAL MARKET. MELBOURNE, Friday.-Metal quo tations on 'Change to-day included : . Copper: Standard, spot, £95710/;. do., 3 months, £83/10/: electrolytic, £104. Lead:'Soft, foreign, soot, £40/: do., forward, £32.10/. " . Tin:. Standard, snot, £253/10/; do. ; aonths, £246/15/. Silver,: Standard, 4/0 7-16. Grocer: '? "Did that watermelon . I sold yoii do your whole family?" Cus-' tomer: "Very nearly. The doctor is calling yet." " She: "Don't yon think it is easier to coax'a woman than to drive her?" "He: ' "Can't-say;' but I think'it's n great deal safer." .Bolshevik Soldier: "Why do- you awake me to bring mo this uniform?" Orderly': "It is your turn to bo the generaL to-day, sire." A jury recently met to inquire into a case of suicide. After sitting through tho evidence the 12 men re tired, and, after deliberating, return ed with the following verdict-"The jury aro all of ono mind-temporarily insane." Willie (who has just been taught a new prayer).-"Oh, mummy, I wish. I could say shor...
LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
r LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT?' LAUNCESTON. -.Friday. - At the Polico Court to-day Jack Lyons was fined 10/ and&lt;costs.for carrying away a bottle of liquor ;froro the: Volunteer Hotel during prohibited hours. A.charge of the .larceny, of an an chor'against James Harr» was beard, nnd tho defendant was given tho bene fit of the doubt and discharged with a caution Magistrate: "You can take * your choice-Twenty-one shillings or ton days." Prisoner (still in a foggy con dition)-. "I'll take tho money, your worship."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
STACK COVERS. - We have just landed a new shipment of first quality. G' KASS AND CLOVER- SEEDS - . New Season's Seeds Armine, Write for Samples. / , CORNSACKS. CHAFF. RAGS, ETC., Ero. THE RIVER DON TRADING CO., LTD., Agents for- . MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF TASMANIA, LTD., The Purely Tasmanian Company. Head Office ... ... ... LAUNCESTON ALFRED GEO. SCOTT, Secretary. 'AP Departments of Insurance. SEPARATOR BUYERS. We aro Agents for tho famous "BALTIC" SEPARATOR,and have limited supply of favorito sizes, from 8 to 70 gallons. For clean skimming' and simplicity the "BALTIC" is among tho world's best. Prices,aro lowest possible. After present stocks aro exhausted they will be, much dearer. Drop us a postcard, and we will quote you. STENHOUSE & CO.. DEVONPORT-? PENGUIN-BURNIE-ULVERSTONE. JAPANESE APAÑESE ILLETT. ILLETT. SOW NOW M FOR SUMMER AND AUTUMN FEED. Exceedingly strong, rapid growth, standing C to Sft. high. When cut before flowering it starts again rapidly and yields . ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
BURNIE., _ Tho Rotomnhann -The ss Rotomn . hana left Melbourne nt noon yesterday with 219 passengers for Burnie and Dovonport. Sho ts duo here about 5 o'cloek this morning, and after dis charging 101 tons of cargo she leaves for Devonport, at which port she dis charges 47 tons. She returns here dur ing tho afternoon, leaving for Mel I bourne at 8.30 o'clock to-night. Tourist Association.-A meeting of tho Bumio Tourist and Progress Asso ciation was held on Thursday night. Mr. A. W. Tattersall presiding. From information gatherd from many 'sources it was found tliat tourists were being booked on to various parts of Tas mania by thc first trains after th* arrival of thc Rotomalmna. It was de cided to write to tho directors of the mainland Tasmanian bureau requesting them to acquaint intending visitors to Tasmania with the scenic attractions of the North-West Coast and its splendid hotel accommodation, and also to point, out the advantage of breaking the journey at thc first port of cal...
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
WYNYARD. I Water Supply. - Householders aro I ívarned that the water will he turned 'off from 0 a.m. to &lt;f p.m. to-morrow (Sunday) during urgent repairs to main. Pictures To-night.-William Far num'is a hig actor, who does things in a big way. He never worked moro arduously, never threw the full force j of his personal magnetism sa unre jscrvcdly into a screen drama as ho has ¡into "Thc Conqueror," the eight-reel AVilliam Fox feature, which will be screened in the Central Hall, Wyn yard, to-night (Saturday). "The Con queror" is full of dramatic incident. Tn .the same bill Mme. Olga Petrov«, lAmeriea's foremost actress, will ap pear in her second National produc tion,, "The Light AVithin." The other subject will bc a Sunshine Fox com edy, the first to be released on . the Coast. ' Tlie entertainment, will . bo managed and conducted ty the com pany's representativo, Mr. B. T. Cart wright, who will screen . tho nbovo programme in the following towns: Latrobe, Monday next; Ulv...
YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS ANC SALES. I . LAUNCESTON. Sale.-iNorth -Mt. Farrell, 8/. Quotations.-Tasmania Gold, b 5d; Bendigo Amalg.. s 1/2; Broken Hill, b 56.'; Magnet, s 9/1: Mt. Farrell, s 5d; North do., b .5/. .s 8/1; Bound Hill, s 9,3 :.Read and Rosebery, b 17/6, s 18/; j Mt. LvcR Blocks, s Sd; Tas. and Crown Lvell ."Extended, s ld: Tas. Copper, s1 5;9; Briseis, b 3/3; Mt. Bischoff, s £10/15'; do. (paid), s £11; do., Ex tended, :s £12; Arba, s 4/6;. Royal George, ;b 3/. s 3/; Pioneer, b 9/9, s 10/6: New Mutual, s 3d; Mount Lind say (paid), s 13/; New Ruby Flat, s 4/C; Tonghah ConiDound, b 12/, s 13/. MELBOURNE. Quotations.-Mt. Lyell, b 24/0, s 24'9; do! Blocks, s 4d; Tongkah Com pound, b 12/. s 12/9; do., Harbor, b 50/, s51;3;Trong, b 23/.
"ENDLESS MILES OF RUINS" A VISIT TO LIBERATED FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
"ENDLESS MILES OF RUINS'' A VISIT TO LIBERATED : ' FRANCE. ! Mr. D. H. Illingworth, Director General of the British Committee of the Red Cross, after a tuur of tnspçeV tîon in French territory, lately releas ed from tho enemy's grip, writes asi follows: The Allied thrust has brought to view the grim reality of suffering^ and destruction, ihe measure of tho Ger mans' unrestrained barbarity. '.Start ing from Rheims, now a shapeless mass of ruins, the great cathedral, a" thou sandfold more impressive os alone it stands defying human power, to des troy; through tho plain, remembered , resplendent In waving corn, liow in describably desolate, the fertile soil hidden by tho upturned chalk and cov ered with countless miles of barbed wire, rusted and tangled; past, the 'shattered Fort of Brimont, which re sisted tho heroic assaults of succeed ing years, to fall at last, outflanked, in the sweeping advance: through the charred remains of familiar villages; passing with increasing difficulty ...
DO YOU MOW THAT? [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
DO YOU MOW THAT? When the war ended there were 5,000,000 women in Great Britain doing '1701 dilierent kinds of work previously performed by men? Hie diseases most commonly convey ed through milk are typhoid fever, diphtheria, tuberculosis, scarlet fever, and septic sore throat? I Arrangements have been made by the American meat packers to send 2,600, 000 tons of meat to tho Allied armies from October, 1918, to July, 1919? 1 When war broke out thora were three national arsenals in England ; when it ended there were 150, and no fewer than 5000 State-controlied factories? I Daylight Saving was in forco both in the United States and Canada during 1918, and there was consequently no dislocation of inter-State train traffic? j Up to the end of March, 1918, the German air raiders had killed or in jured 4568 persons in Great Britain? Of these 842 were women and 757 chil dren. I During 1917, 500,651,080 _ barrels of oil were produced in thc United States, .the total produced since 1857 hoing...
BERLIN AND THE BOLSHEVIKS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
BERLIN» AND; THE BOLSHEVIKS. Tho latest news concerning Berlin is that the Spartacus revolution has defi nitely failed. '"" This may not . and probably" docs. not mean final -defeat. The SpartacusitcSj encouraged by their sympathisers in many parts of Europe, may try again and again for tho mastery. All that can be said of the present victory is that the ex tremists have been beaten in their first attempt to get hold of governing power by violence. All depends now on tho troops. If the majority of them, though supporters of tho repub lic, .aro adherents of moderate Social ism and moderate methods, then mode ration in policy and action has an as sured future. Bolshevism will not be; able to prevail against it. ' Note that j Bolshevism's violence is not confined to the recourse to arms , with n view to installing itself in tho office's of rule ; it defies economic' laws and also pro poses to repudiate and confiscate in imitation .'of the precedent set in Rus sia. AH these madnesses »r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
DEVONPORT MILITARY CADET ASSOCIATION. The Annual Meeting of Members and nil others interested in the above will be held in the Drill Hall, Devonport, on MONDAY NEXT, January 20, at 8.15 p.m. : Parents of Cadets especially invited to bo present. I1: ?? ? J C. L. RICHMOND, ? , Hon. Sec. r-. EVEN PATRIOTIO CARNIVAL. A Committee Meeting of the above will bo held in the Court House on MONDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. sharp! A full attendance of members is re quested. - Business : - Important. F. B. BARBER,, S. HARMAN, Joint HOB.--Secs. AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT. J DEVONPORT - DEVONPORT r MAJESTIC THEATRE DE LUXE. 1 SESSUE HAYAKAWA. > Is perhaps thc most popular actor on ?. the screen. This glorious son of tho . I LAND OF THE SETTING SUN . ', has created a vogue for Japanese act ! ing. He will ho seen to-night in ?I ."HASHIM Ult A TOGO." 'I Have you.never heard of Hashimurn "ITogo? Gee, you're right behind the ! I times. -'Ho's tho most popular maga 1 ¡zino character in America. Hashi ' : mura is an ...
WIT OF THE WORLD THE CROWN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
WIT OF THE WORLD THE CROWN riUNCE. | His nose is red ; His eyes are blue; His chin recedes; His armies too. -"New York Life." Fritz: "They now have three meat Jess days a week in France. Hoch, Hoch I" - Gretchen: "Yes, but you forget J they do have meat tho other four days in the week." -"Le Rire," Paris. "Germany," says n correspondent at tho front "even threw in bandsmen io stem the tide." This should simp lify the nfter-the-war boycott question. '- "Punch ' It is doubtful if eating her own words about the American Army is affording Germany any substantial sustenance. "New York World."
MELBOURNE LAD SUICIDE COULDN'T CO TO PICTURES. STRANGLES HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
MELBOURNE LAD SUICIDE COULDN'T CO TO PICTURES. STRANGLES Hi ll.-I'I.'-. 3IEM10UHXK, Friday.-Tiir of a boy of l-l years nf v,, ported to the J'ii-liiuoml l-l-'1 ¡'. Tbe lad ill question wa« Al1, il Eh Post, who is said to haiv i -n ;> school boy at the hu al .v,.te fi; His father is a tiuu lovi" r in ll.'1 ' ¡torian railways. Last u'A : li.1 * ¡ed to go to a moving pa -mv il:&lt;-:: hut permission to du -u n ie-"-' lils mother. Ho was miali up-i '-?' cried. Shortly nflcrnar.l-. !n found him in hi> n« in hoi: : floor with a strap round II- thru''-.; other end being tied tu i! .WI** Ho was unconscious, aral al-! n'iJ1 r dieal aid was suilinmne,! I.a ihd ' cover, life being pnnioiii: , 1 IV!Í"
MELBOURNE FACTORY DESTROY. INSURED FOR [?] £50,000. 600 HANDS OUT OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919
MELBOURNE FACflMtï DESM¡ INSURED FOR £50,000. CÜÜ llAXUS OUT Ul- VVIM. -MKLBOUKXE, Fi ¡day. - l.ul;' morning ibo coim-ctioiii-i.v i.n-urji: Hundley and Co., in foin li .Mt ¡boc: Was completely destroyed liv liiv. : outbreak was observed nln-ui l.ïi.i and beforj tho (ire brigade -q-p-r, could nrrivo the bilge biiiMinj,' «.. mans of llames. Tin- ell««- ui lin' men were directed lo Minn-- ik r cent premises, which include ti» i fence Buildings, jimmu a, Vu:. Barracks, which conlnin ail muri tho A.I.K. .Suldiei-. livill-i M útl main Camp were calleil n'i:. mil . valuable work. The facnu-y muli:-! tents were insure? fur '.'.Vi.' Six previous fires have cc. urn i! factory, ono of which did MI ii ile . Six hundred hands aiv r. wini ? employed._