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ONE BIG UNION. SCHEME DRAWN UP. UNIONISTS TO BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

ONE Bifi UNION SCHEME DRAWN UP. UNIONISTS Td Ü.U.I.üT. MRTJBOI'UXE, Friday, - ihr | terence of trade union di'li^owí io' isidor tilt» amalgamation ni all in-ln-'.' organisations into Our ll'i t'r jwhieh has hoon sit 11*11-4 . » M>H»'f this week, concluded it- l,¡'?..n i'--1' A .scheme for One Big IV- ti lu."-! drawn up, and will lie ¿a!.mitt.J !.? ballot of unionists. ; ---- i

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOLDIER SETTLEMENT THE DUNORLAN ESTATE THE POSITION REVIEWED. (By Our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

THE DUNORLAN ESTATE ÏHâ PCSiTiCH REVIEWED. 1 (Dy Our Special Reporter.) B Every train trat eller who ¡s a judgo I of land should tu at'e to lum eo:no I wurt of opinion oi" thc Dunorlan estate,. . IIB latest purchase for soldier settlors, .no prope.;y Yus hstwoea Dunorlan iP.ihvay station and Lemana. Its north ern boundary is within half a mile of jiuuorhin, and tho train bisects it. Tho sirca acquired is just v.uder lt?JJ neves, . ant the price paid was £10 per acre. 3)istric¿ lamiera speak of the property sis büiiu; worth the raoncv. One of the reconinienda'jons is that it is sub-divid >.d and honsjd, and the expense of new uuiUin;;B, which is going to cripple ¡ rosny on tho Whitefoord Hills property, .rill bo avoided, at laasi in most cases. 'Jut this very fact constitutes an ar RuiR'.n& against the nurchase, ns was voiced by Mr. E. F. "Blyth in the As sembly. Thc settlement cf soldiers on ilsa land is a two-sided problem. Wo want to do justice to the men who have ionj^...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SECULARISING THE SABBATH To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

SECULARISING THE SABBATH - I To the Editor. ~ i I Sir,-Permit mo a. little space in I your widely-circulating paper for a few I words on tlio above subject. Notwith standing the passion for pleasure char lactcristic of the age in which wo live, II believe thero are not a Tow in our own community who, with me, deeply regret that tho Christian Sabbath, or j Lord's Day, is by so many turned into | a day of pleasure-such as the run- j ning or travelling by Sunday trains, tho making up of Sunday excursion parties, ,or otherwise desecrating the lord's Day by tho performance of unnecessary (work. An eminent authority has said -thaï.our Christian Sabbath Ls the bul .wark of our national purity, and if this be so it is surely something to he jealously guarded. Whilst I do not claim that the Lord's Day embodies [nil tho prohibitions of thc Jewish Sab . bath, I nevertheless believe that being j the Lord' Day it is a holy day, and that it is binding upon us to observe it ¡as such, and that much...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AT MESSINES THE 40TH BATTALION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

AT MESSINES TUE 40TII BATTALION. (Ry Lieutenant Norman Mcaghcr.) M'o entered on our silent, steady march to th« point of assembly. Wo were shelled from billets to tho trenches. Our inarch was a night mare, not because of our dread of tho tilings ahead of us, but because of the devilish happenings all around us. The trenches at last, and in the palo i moonlight wo set about reorganising; our commands. There were gnp3 in the ranks; lads who would never greet, us again. A deadly hate again began to settle in the hearts of our men, and ngly sayings passed along the waiting line, mid ugly deeds were planned in. those last few minutes of waiting. "Three minutes to go! Every man. take a drink from Iiis water-bottle' Get bridges ready." Two minutest j One minute! And then a deadening, monstrous crash, and Messines was no- ; more. A smaller minc went up ] yards to our light front, and thc. grnund heaved beneath our feet. I looked at my watch again-a quarter of a minnie to'zero. What would th...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
[?]ELD HACK RACING CLUB [?]ARY 27, 1919—(PUBLIC HOLIDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

ÍKI.D HACK HACINO CLUB I RV 17. 1919_(PUBLIO HOLIDAY). Bn.r> HANDK'AV.-Of £8. B. 'Jud tl. Distance, C fnr B N'ciin. For horses tliat Ri'.vcr won £ö or over in any M ilAXDICAP TROT (Ree;.) Bt-t CP. Cud Cl. Distance, 15 ! B Noni. c.'. Time limit, 3.5 BIKU UAXDICAP.-OÍ £ii. B'> Omi Cl. Distance, one Bj Noni. li)'. Open to all. ?¡WAY STAKF.S.-Of £6. 1st ?pl Cl. Distance, fire fur ? .WINI, ,V. Conditions same K IlAXniCAV TROT (Reg.) ?tl!. M £V2. 2nd £2. Nom, Bfli'-i iiii e, 1 miles. Time limit, B*I'\TH>\' STAKES.-Of £0 Bf. -nd Cl. Distance, 6 fur BJ Noni, ii.'- Open to all. H:i n- rlo-e FRIDAY, Jan. 11 Bli -. FRIDAY, Jan. 24. Bk"'- tliree to start or no ian Bj - i omi. Bv'. 71b. for a win; two 1 Bl."., on dav of race9. ??time for Trots; last thr ? JAS. FORD, i ? Secretary j

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

H c. I-.XKHAI.. 'iiji vu Lilts will appear on ni tin- iii.iiüi.inil have n ro ' ni of 'linvü ¡ii flio Ilo hf luto years. ami it loóles as .nM lo it this year, Tl¡rro :n Syilnfv will mn ill thc -mamau owners. . i? to cm into W. Clare's lw reaches Tasmania. In lias pour- amiss, nidations for thc jumping 11 fe!,art are as miserable ns a long time. . v. ill hare a fancy Cup double in Two B!ue3 and Karlstine, and one sure to ba hurd to bent. taratine seoras to bc doing well in her Cup preparation, snd no eic ubi will bo reserved ur the Launceston Cup. , bbc may, cf cour.o, not get the iui;c nnd a hair, but has cs good a chance of doing it ns the majority. Two Ii!u:s nt present strikes tire wri ter as tho nio:-t, likely winner of the Hobart Cup. lie is in ferai and is a sound stayer,.which can be said uf few of tile candidates. Tile thro.'-yeai-o-d Bronsino lilly; Stitching, who is coming to Tasmania from Sydney, should te worth follow ing et CUD time. Thou-jh sho is a mai den, she has be...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
[?]ACING AT ELWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

IACTXG AT KUVICK fon. -ii:;;,- iini'Xnwtcd results Saturday," and a great rn! my not prove reli ris.-.'wl'.n passed over un- for tho T.A..T.C. vilv backed, hut found :i 'little leo good. Tho ,;! at l leiniiiïton and liefere coming hero, and nreminint in second-class Cnn tim-». The Chiron filly -o -.viii «piin slow to leave the m .),,. ¡i very likely to win a n's cl:-s diirircî the carnival. ld ia. doubt have won e hut for hluadering .nu's (reu home. Tho |th him is ilia', he makes mic ,es in practically every tVo is vi rv risky. Kvca ¡it I Hiac-stm he just .?r. Ha;"".' av vus reailv i iv.nii i of The Clan's niel cane more. Ile 'arr. lait ihr s nut riso ? iaht-. He von willi ul I will! Ike ll." ? 1 1 ihe V. nuceston, iiii^e,1 tlio hnish t < -f :y ihrew the ¡limp-ami then m Ifnliart. Theare wla ni the public \vr =t nul," and m. He is al! thc v . 1! a- a iv^iarl; ?- little .n's r-'ia fit. Cel ui rs ere if the last ulnveioht taken South (or a hair ii-.», »nd . V .e i-V.-v !,:T...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LEAGUE OF NATIONS ROOSEVELT'S IDEA. LEAGUE OF FRIENDS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

LEAGUE OF NATIONS ROOSEVELT'S IDEA. l.F.AOI-l' OF FÍÜKXDS FIRST. NKVV YORK! Wednesday-Tho In*..; ?luni'l Roosevelt's hist article, wilier s lîpi'ii oubli-lied, says: "Wc- all ili'siri" a Lvalue nf Xaiicns liv wc should ho sure that it will l)i. ami lint hinder, thc cause nf nhl ncaee ami iustiee. Nobody kmras lat President Wilson means liv his lirteen iioints.' All talk of a'!ni)titi;î ?m as the basis of pince for the run is nun-cnec. Would it not le ii to begin by forming a league ..( m ir-tl of Allies who have fought this ?at war together? Let us see that 1 ju«tioo is ilone to these Allies nt peace table."

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RECORD PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

IMTOliP IMÎOFIT. »iali-atcr ligures siigr-'estcd thc Irr i :i|l> iviiiiM flinn' n, good pro fit-; itiMiti-: "ii >rannary -I,'lint jin- i-l ci?! i-iiMii' as a senora! i ami a rel um like this should ie the club tn aim at further i"; the ii'.otiuii. There is no jar the irv» trots were largely Intal in achieving (lie satisfae iih. a- apart from the nomin II t y. which amounted to near li ? -talie. the lolalisatur lurn tlie-o two rarers was above the 'Ihe ililli multi therefore j male thc divided trot liOO lu vie'.v of the pivifi! already e <lub will no I'OIIU hold its !tin..i this -ea-oll. I

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TURF NOTES THE CUP NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

TURF NOTES HIE CUP NOMINATIONS. ni:» uuiueal (:oíi:i¡.a..i;:iá are c ii'aw ilinraeter, aii'i tiiU'U itv tl; jwiiu-iilar;}- good, -ike iaUe m a huge fAtuit leen Lrai:g.j ll, a Ullllill'i. spOlVsm lil S'-'C'.li-.ll, ). ij.l !.or.-.', I.oin t-iytiiiey, ilessrs tu:,i!il ami li. l'anl.-un ha>e ob [ kerne.!,-, ji'r. "S. M. Wilson' f..h -, lililí -He-.srS. J. I*. l:o.it> V..IM.Y A .-.I loss a 11. All tlirei l.;:v. >i"i»n ii cent lui ni ¡11 Syd ? i Ju1/ « ii! [ lobaMy head (lu ; i,i m i', his mi .Mouthy in tin : -ei -that is if "ul-..- Ho 1:.;i:- Hujier ¡ictvpt.s tile estimates i Mino A..I.C. official, air. iaiy. Ail i nc.' horses have been id ii.r t!t« Anniversary Hnndi u¡;e ,ei!e ard a .[liart.-r, t,i Li i:-;:i.!ttv!i en ll:.' ¿fill ins'.., so !'i-iil,l li' rn Liimb'o in wcight -i. ! ii t ee lu re. Their imposts r.ii e in :i ! ii »net I aro: Mondie i;H l.'ui -? 7.7, and Ardrossan jeal Kui;: and Kiiri''or:i are lira v.: i :? 11-li'lat s nominate! from ?ne. 'Iii" en!y Coast r.'pres...

Publication Title: Advocate
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UPPER CASTRA v. ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

UPPEli ÔÀSTIU v. WA'EiCSTOS'H. ! Tho'following will reprasent TJlter- ] ' stone Club in their match ngninst Up- ( per Castra to-day:-O. S. White, V. > l'cnrson, Dr. F. A. Ferris, J. M'Dnn 'ough, W. Smith, A: J. M'Culloch, C. E. Tomkinson, James Hiscutt, W. El lis, A. Guthrie, and 0. Neighbour. j

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

RTJItXIE CliT/B FORMED. j j Although several gamea of cricket ¡had been played during the last few ! weeks hy llurnie cricketers, no club ¡had been properly formed. A well j attended meeting for this purpose was ; hold nt thc office of Mr. A. AV. Tatter sall, Mr. It. M. Mitchell was voted ¡to the chair, and pointed out that it seemed desirablo to re-establish cricket in the district. .At tho present time there were not sufficient players avail able to form ,two clubs in Burnie, but he hoped that next year all the "boys" would be homo from tho front, and i that two clubs "Would he available. Ho ' naid n fine trihnto to tim mn mr erieknl. I ors who iiail gone from the district to fight for liberty nnd right, and regret ted that some' had laid their all upon tho altar of sacrifice. Upon the mo tion of Messrs. J. Bnhen and E, Tra cey, it ives decided to form a club, to he called the Burnio AVnnderers' Crick et Club. Thc following officers were elected:-Patrons. Messrs. C. ff. Hall, M.L....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOLDIERS IN POLITICO—3 To tho Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

SOLDIERS IN POLITICO- -3 To tho Editor. Sir,-To carry ilio simile of a disease and the prcsint slate ol' our i.oiitios a little tuKher, there ¡ac lime main points, to u lajmail's iu'nci at any iritc-in a disease-résultant effect, symptom, and callie, i have nut these in Tovorse order ol tejuence, ior ii wo I will bat ivaiire thai tue ¡'wul" way ba i (katti, Ci* werie, it may couijci us to ; £cck a cure. I'revennon, of course, would h.'ivù Laen better, but we are too late lor thai. Ï may be wrong, hut I cannot' help considering party govern ment as being, but a sympiuni, tho main cause'of most of our, diseases poli tic being tho carelessness wo exhibit in not seeing to it that the mon v.e elect ns our legislators aro possessed of the qualiucutiou3 such it position'demands, it is proposed by many to cure-soma of these discasos by a counter-irritant, 'but we must remember that these in variably leave n scar, if not something worse, behind. .Only carry parly gov ernment sufficiently far...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOODEN SHIPS COMMONWEALTH CONTRALS CANCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

WOODEN SHIPS COMMONWEALTH COXTKAiB CANCELLED. MFJJÎOUKXE," " 'Friday. II,,.;, tlie last period of tit:' war, \U i ping position got so lind tb.r iii« Ci,', [monwealth Gurcrmmoit <:¡'...,,| ¡r .contracts for the eonstnictiini < i .1 BK. her of vessels in Australia an I Anuri' S.01110 of these were to he iii -'..I, ir. I sonic of wood. Killi e tin- .? !. ning -- the armistice, anil the ruhr MI., nt id ling ol' the shipping position tîf r '(diction of freights, it ha- I..-, n f" . that tho wooden venn-k that - r.- ti¡:. constructed in Australia wmiM nu1, !profitahle. Tho <niitnu t Í' r tlc striieiion of six in Sydney lu timi i heell cancelled. I Mr. I'nyntnii, Minister f"t ri-N'.-r states that ho is not yet. ii: <. ]?.-::. j to publish tho terms upm . I,./li : cancellation has boen arran..,1 .

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

. To the Editor. I I sir-AS ont! who tried repeatedly to pass thc physical tests, and who, if ac cepted by tho military authorities, would have been either a dead soldier or a returned soldier in due course : and , as one who has had every male eligible 'of his clan "knocked out," I wish, with your permission, to take thc very strongest exception to the uncalled-for remarks of a person styling himself "Duke," appearing in your iss.ie of Thursday. Writinn from hi« .-'.-i^-'« seclusion, and from tho standpoint of one who is self-centred and self-suffi cient, he bas often burdened jour read ers with a lot of twaddle that was not worth the space of a reply, but when he offers a gratuitous insult to the dead and tho living who have saved the Em pire from tho prehistoric brutality of . tho Hun, it is time to show him that ho bas not got a monopoly of tho things that matter. j lu his shortsightedness, and bis de sire to maintain an antiquated econo mic system for bis comfort and con venien...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ENCOURAGING GOLD PRODUCIE £5000 FOR NORTHERN TERRFIC [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

ENCOURAGING GOLD PRODUCIA £5000 FOR'XOHTIlKiiN ii -;!:Jk I MJáLBOUKXK, r ridai.--St., Glynn, Minister fur iioiin- .-.ul !.. tories, stated this atti nimm t '£.5000 had been ailcited uni n -M-r.. ling vote to assist |iii)-j.ei tn.j Kr: in thc Nwt hem Territory.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

A EE1IABLB HOIIE-HADE BEHEB.? TOT. COI33, ESOH-. CniTIS, ETC. The trentn-.ent cf Asthma, Rron- ' chltis. C'JÎrls, inilticriza. and sore ; throatn eilis fer something that will destroy distase corms freni . the throat ari¿.tror.chlal tubes, sootho anil heal InSamcd mucoaa mcTbrane, iooa c. phlegm, ar.d tone, up the general cystcm. Ter this p-rpase tue ney can not )...'>. a better rMilliire than that, a ¡lint of which niiycsc ran y prepare in j thílr own homes sn a lew rnoraenls by niMxt HEE.V2-J (registered n.mne for J l!e?n'n Essence) to warm water and ¡ Ewe.-'e»ta-r . .. < PT e-.sy dl-ctthaj ! ttipj.tt.-rt v'.::i each bottle. As I 1 !!.:!-:S"'.0 co-ts only 2/-. anil a »int- ' cf rcií"v-r;-.a¿o coush mixture vonlJ I io«t «I icast. 12/-. it wtit ls .'?cir. that a Ll? rrr.ry f3\!nï is t" lie elected l y moMr.',' ymir own HEEN'ZO cough mixture. MJEEN'ZO ls stocked by che mist? and ctorc3. SURPRISE PACKETS. Surprise packets have been a dis tinctive feature in obtaining mon...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.I.F. AT COLOMBO WILD SPIRITS CAUSE DAMACE. TOWN TO BE PICKETED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

A.I.F. AT COLOMBO WILD SPIRITS CAUSE DA MACE. TOWN TO IIB I'K'K l.'l KU, , I MïiT)ôiVuxB/''^-V;'<ii.V.''." "st. Pearce, Minister fur Di-íi-m-i ,\A: liny that it was propo-'-d u> -? nd .i-: I of provost corps trimn. n;- ii,.!,;.try ; licemeii to Culumba to wai'li IIH IL when Australian transpon- ;i;i >v!. I This action has Wu in;'!- i c.. sary hy thc fact that on tu ,,:(,,.: recently, when troopship- : i .-d ( .umbu, tile soldiers land-d, :i I 'wild spirits cnu-vd con-id><:?.' !,? (?«.' [mont. It is stated -lint iii. ,h<.:.. I done in this way io -IHM:. . i. l <??/ premises amonnlcd tu UK I- 7 rupees (ahout t'i'M.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

PERSONAL Mr. W. H. Stewart, tor many years n member of the Tasmanian Police Force, and well-known at lju/uie and Wynyard, lins been one ot tba suikrcis from tbe influenza epidemic in New Zealand, where he has resided tor sonic time. His many Coastal Iricnds will be pleased to learn that he bas fully recovered from bis illness, and has re sumed his duties as Supreme Court ord erly at Wellington. ; Lieutenant-Colonel V. IS. Heritage, Acting Director of Personnel at V ic toria Barracks. Melbourne, has gone to Western Australia to take up the duties of State Commandant. l.ieuc.-Coionel Heritage is the eldest son of J!r. {¡co. Heritage, senior State School Inspector in this State. He served in the South African «ar with distinction, and for several years was un the headquarters military staff in thia State. Several of his' brothers also served in the wiîr with Germany, Captain Keith Heritage mak ing the supreme sacrifice, while Lieut. Austin Heritage WBB badly wounded. Thc latter was als...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 18 January 1919

DEATHS.   GOODWIN. — On January 17, at the residence of her parents, George street, Latrobe, Annie Louisa, second eldest daughter of Charles and Emily Goodwin, late school teacher at Legana. No mourning, by request. MEDWIN. — On January 17, at his re- sidence, Black River, Charles Edwin, dearly beloved husband of Clara   Medwin, aged 50 years.   FUNERAL NOTICES. GOODWIN. — The Funeral of the late Annie Louisa Goodwin will leave her parents residence, George street, Latrobe, at 3 p.m. TO-MORROW (Sunday) for interment in St. Luke's Cemetery, Latrobe.       MEDWIN. — The FUNERAL of the late CHARLES EDWIN MEDWIN will leave his late resi- dence, Black River, at three o'clock TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTER-   NOON, arriving at Forest Cemetery at four o'clock. — H. B. EUSTACE, Undertaker.       THANKS.         &a...

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