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ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
ULVERSTONE. Well Done Darwin I-The po'sitio won by tho pupils of tho TJlverston State School in tho Qualifying Exam inations-is most gratifying, not only-1 tho pupils, themselves, but.to Uhci parents and the headmaster, |Mr. H:E Blackwood, who devotes his energies ti the welfare of his pupils with con scientious and unflagging interest. Ou of 32 junior country bursaries opeiHti the whole island, 1(3 ihavo como.,tc Darwin, and three to .Ulverstone Stnt&lt; School, and one to thc, Church.Gram, mar School, conducted, by Mjss Poole These were:-State School.-Keg. Wright, Gordon (Charlie) Nichols, Doris AVilkinson. Church Grammar School.-Jean Gollan.. Jean. Feilton, of the latter school, won a bursary in the Junior Publie-.Examination. Miss Poole may also be congratulateóf upon the success attained by' her ^pupils. From Fields of Fame.-Another of our Anzac warriors has arrived home from tlie seat of war, in_.the, pcrson-'oF Private Cecil Stubbs, who' 'enlisted in Queensland in 191...
DEPARTURES.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
. DEPARTURES.-January 18. Rotomahana, ss, 17/7 tons, E. Evans, for Devonport. Botomahana, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans, for Melbourne. Passengers:- Mes dames Craigie, Palmer, Glendenning, Goucher, Sydenham, O'Hanlon, Hen derson, Mocker and child, Wright, Hollands, Spangler, French, Jakins, Axcup, Baker and child, "Wale and nurse, Bompas, Kelly, Hughes, Payne, M'Gnire, Gordon (2), Willard, Hall, Stewart, Gallaghan, Llewellyn, Haya, Wishart, Dryer, Merritt, Slater and children, Smart, Meade, Smith (2;, Geetchcan, Holloway, Robertson, Mur phy and 2 children, Anderson, Ora ?iain, Coghill and -Í children, Ogden, and Gabriel and child ; Misses O'Rourlto (2), Grubb, Beresford, Morris, Glenden ning, Rowe, Keir, Fisher, Wilson, M'ln tyiCj Vaughan (2), Rutherford, Foley, Johnson (2), Hush, Wale, Imlach, Hughes (2), Cook, M'Guire, Coliison, Fogarty, Anderson, Reardon, Cliativin, Gordon, Pryor, Hodge, White, Stood ley, Stephens, Mitchell, Apted, Bryer, Süden, Astley, Kcnnear, Stevenson, Cocking, Bla...
IMPORTS.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
IMPORTS.-January 18. Per ss Kotomahana, from Melbourne : 2 bgs onions, 12 ess fruit, 12 bgs salt, .10 ess groceries, AV. B. Cocker and Co.; 2 ess parts, D. Loane; 6 tgs pol lard. 6 bgs bran. 10 bgs wheat, Ed wards and Co.; 1 pkg belting, Finlay son Bros. and Co. ; 1 tn'»"g belting. F. H. Haines.; G bgs flour, 4 bxs butter, 3 ess drapery, River Don Trading Co., Ltd.: 2 pkgs parts, T. Rosevear; also Tl ess fruit, 24 bis sacks, 4S bgs sugar, 07 bfri oats, 29 bgs salt, 4 bgs rice, and sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
STACK COVERS. - We have just lanàed a . new slúpmout of first quality. GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS. New Season's Seeds Arrivinc. Write for Samples. CORNSACKS. C1IA FF RAGS, ETC., ETC. THE RIVER DOH TRAOINCCO., LTD., Agents for- , MDTCAL FIRE LS'SURANCE CO. OF TASMANIA, LTD., The Purely Tasmanian Company. Head Off ico. LAUNCESTON ALFRED GEO. SCOTT; Secretary. Al1 Departments of fnsnrenr* JAM MAKING IS NOW IN FULL SWING. WE HAVE FULL STOCKS OF JAM JARS, All Sizes in Stock, AND PRICES ARB CUT TO THE VERY LOWEST. jgNAMELLED JAM jp AN We have a fine rango of these on hand. ' SEE OUR WINDOWS! SEE OUR. WINDOWS I AT THE STORE THAT SERVES ... "? YOU BEST. VÏHË TASMANIAN FARMERS' CO OPERATIVE ASSN., LTD., BURNIE. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MS A. STEWARD L'JCADOU-WELLS L.D.S. HR. HAROLD tue/.aOU-WELLS, L.D.S. DENTAL SURGEONS, WILSON STREET, BURNIE, AND WYNYARD.^ Visits (appointments advisable) WARATAH-Atkins' Hotel, monthly, ll a.m., Tuesday, to 2 p.m. ; first Wednesday, Feb. 4 and 5. STANLEY _ Rowlan...
N.S. WALES DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
N.S. WALES DAIRYING. CANOWINDRA (SS-TC)-Tlié 'local1 butter factory manufactured 82791b. of first-grade butter during December, for which suppliers were paid 1/41 per lb., and 7441b. of seconds ^it .lj3i per. Jb.. Tho total amount paid to suppliers for tho month was £617. An increase of 2d. per lb. was paid to suppliers to meet tho increased cost of feeding their herds._'
RAILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
RAILTON. Thrown from ¡i Horse. - A young mau named J. Gaffney met with an accident while exercising a horse at Flowery Marsh racecourse on Friday evening. Owing to a stirrup leather breaking, the animal bolted and throw him heavily. First aid was rendered by Detectivo M. A. Summers, and with tho assistance of the railway officials be was put on board tho train and taken to Latrobe. At tho station, tho patient was met by Dr. G. A. Wal pole, who ordered his removal to the Devon Hospital. Gaffney was found to bo suffering from a fractured left thigh, which has been set. Upon in quiry later ho was found to bc doing nell." Bicycle Burned.-Mr. Albert Dea con, of Lorrinn, was.recently bathing in tho river, leaving his bicycle on tho bank some distance away. While ;he was iri tho water n fire started j through the grass from a burning log, enveloping the machine, and rendering it useless. A brother of the bather [made an effort to save the machine. He plunged into tho flames and secu red it...
The Advocate. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1919. NORTH-WESTERN NEWS KIMBERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1019. NORTH-WESTERN NEWS KIMBERLEY. I Church oí England.-Tim annual meeting of tho parishioners of thc Church of England was held on Thurs day evening. Tho financial report showed a credit balance of £09/10/6. Out pf this it was proposed to pay off the small outstanding debt on Die church. Tho Sunday School, under ,the superintendence of Miss Field, was showing good results, and satisfactory progress had been made in the clearing of the church ground. The repaint ing of tho church was being consider ed. The rector («ev. W. A. Best) .thanked the church wardens for servi ces rendered during the past year. Also Miss E. Field (organist), and Miss Ibbott.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
WYNYARD AND DISTRICTS. Ordere for thc above Districts must l c booked with my Agent, Mr. B. CARSON, except where a yearly arrangement exists. Orders atten ded to after JAN. 22. For Sale.-Two latest model "Allison" PIANOS, Ene land's best; also a lovely "Chappell" PIANO; cash or terms. A. A. FRITH, Piano and Organ Expert. Kempling,' Jeweller, Devonport.»
UNCOMPLETED SHIPS. A £30,000,000 DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
UNCOMPLETED SHIPS. / A £30,000,030 DEAL. j ! LONDON, Friday. - In robard to thc recent purcliase of uncompleted standardised ships, Lord Inchcape and Sir Owen Phillips, who have taken over the contracts from the Government, will distribute them as equally as possible. Tiley state they do not intend to make a profit or favor their own companies, but will retain absolute discretion re specting the allotment of tho purchases. Shipowners aro asked to npke a gen oral application by January 24. Steam ers ready for service will not be sub ject to the. requisition at Blue Book rates, but if the Government wishes to charter them terms will be mutuallv ar ranged. Otherwise the ves-els. will be on the same footing ns other prrvately owned ships. The estimated aggregate cost of tho ships is £20.000,000. j It is anticipated that Lord Inchcape ¡and Sir Owen Phillips will be able eas ily to dispose of all the vessels. [A previous cable stated that Lord Inchcape and Sir Owen Phillips had jointly bo...
SHIPPING STATISTICS ENORMOUS TONNAGE UNDER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
SHIPPING STATISTICS ENORMOUS TONNAGE TINDER WAY. i LOSEOS, Friday. - Accordins to 1 Lloyds' Register, 425 merchantmen of an aggregate tonnage of 1,079,952 were under construction in the United King dom at tlia end of December. Ferro concrete vessels aro not included. Tho Allies and neutral countries.are con structing 17fö vessels, aggregating 4,952,037 tons. _ I The Kirkeudbrigsiiire has arrived in London docks from Australia via New York, being tba first sailing ship to arrive in the 'íbamos since sailing ship.; were permitted to traverse the danger zone. .
WAR SAYINGS CERTIFICATES CHIDREN TO BE REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
WAR SAYINGS CERTIFICATES j CHIDREN TO BE REWARDED. A certificate of honor is to he issued through the Education Department to children who have done meritorious scr- . vice in connection with the sale of war ; savings certificates. Tile certificate has been designed by ; Mr. Harold Herbert, of the staff of the ! Ballarat Technical School, and is a tastefully decorated card, printed in three colors, is signed hy Mr. Watt, the Commonwealth Treasurer, and copies j awarded will be signed hy tito Min ister and Director of Education of the State in which they are issued. A ! larger cop3* will be awarded to schools which have been especially successful in connection with the sale of war savings certificates.
EXPORTS.—January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
i EXPORTS.-January 18. Por Rotomabann, ss, for Melbourne: -308 ess apricots, 6 ess fruit. 27-brita ' sheepskins, 41 bgs hide«. 10 csks tallow, 12} tons ore, and sundries. ! Tlic ss Rotomahnna, with passengers and cargo from Melbourne, arrived here on Saturday morning, and after visit ing Devonport, left on return at night. I Th« ss Marrawah is due here this morning with a cargo from Melbourne. She leaves on return to-morrow, i -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
SHIPPING. -JJNION LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (n-eathcr and other circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNF S.S. KOTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Tuesday, 14th, G a.m.; Thursday,-16th, 6 a.m.; Saturday, 18th, 8.30 p.m. ^ From Devonport-Tuesday, 14th, 2 p.m. direct ; Thursday, 16th, a p.m., direct; Saturday, - 18th, 2 p.m., rio Burnie. ' > On* Tuesday and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, from Devonport direct to Melbourne. 1 Saturday, from Burnie as usual. ?' Cargo received only subject to spe cial arrangement, and must be booked nt 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 Line of Royal Mail Steamers. 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. Smit...
CROPS AND MARKETS TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
CROPS AND MARKETS TASMANIAN MARKETS. ÖEVOIS'POR'f.-Funding tho re ceipt of advices from Sydney, . there ' wilt be very little to report m the produce market. The Tammi will be along on Thursday, and it is probable that she will lift a larger quantity of notatoes than was taken by tho ss koonya last week..; - The ss Jlototna hana. which sailed on Saturday attcr rioon for Melbourne, took 363 bgs peas ? and 30 bxs butter. , n , BURNIE.-Included in tho Rotoma har.Va cargo from Melbourne on Sat .ùrday were 176 ess fruit, HG bgs oats "nd 50 bgs barley. Her outward cargo included 308 ess apricots, 27 bdls sheep skins and 41 bgs hides.
NEXT FLAX CROP. £6 PER TON GUARANTEED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
NEXT FLAX CROP. J>K PRU TON GUARANTEED. I It has been decided by the Federal Cabinet, on the recommendation of the chairman cf the Coard of Trade (Sena tor Russell) to extend the price guar antee for flax produced in Australia to thc 1919 crop, and tb^iacrease the guar anteed price from £3 to f0 per ton green fibre. ' Tho Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) states that the indications are that the extension of the gnarantso and the increase of price will lead to n larger area being cultivated. The Cabinet is much impressed with tho prospects of securing n good market for thc fibre.
TROTTING AT CARRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
TROTTING AT CARRICK. ¡ LAUNCESTON. Sunday.-The Car- ; rich Trotting Club held a meet at Car- ' rick yesterday, tho first since thc re- | strictions on sport have been removed. ' The attendance was satisfactory, and £1007/5/ passed through the tote. Re sults LIMIT HANDICAP. A. Reid's Dick Huon, scr. ... .. " 1 S. T. Bartlett's Jean, 90yds. beh.... 2 A. E..Easioe's Jack, COyds. heh.... 3 There were 14 others. Won by 8yds. Time, 2.51. Dividends, 43/, 19/fi and 13/. -, VICTORY HANDICAP. It. Wilson's Innisvale, 100yds. heh. 1 P. J. Peter's Mac Huon, scr. 2 T. Spence's Plain Rill, 35yds. heh. S Three others started. Won by 4yds. Time, 3.15. Dividend. 16/. CARRICK HANDICAP. J. Vincv's Rob Rov, scr. 1 j P. aud S. Davis' Whitcfoot K., 16 I yds. bob. 2 , H. Savage's Lady Don, 45yds. beh. 3 I Nino starters. Won by a yard. Time, 4.6. Dividends, 22/, 8/ and 0/0. OAKS HANDICAP. T. Spencer's Plain Bill, COyds. beh. 1 E! Vincv's Fearless, 20yds. bell. ... 2 S T. Bartlett's Jean, 100yds. beh. 3 Four...