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Y.M.C.A. WORK [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
Y.M.C.A. WORK j _ i j In connection witli thc Y.M.C.A. spe cial appeal, it is interesting to have the testimony of the Tasmanian press 'representative un thc Empire Delega tion which toured thc old world last year. ' Mr. AV. H. Simmons, editor of "Thc Mercury," writes as, follows in one of his letters on "Britain at War": j "In common justice ono must not 'omit some mention of the exceedingly [valuable work that is being done for ! Australians, amongst others of our sol diers by tho Y.M.C.A. I have the moro pleasure in hearing testimony to the extreme value of thc Y.M.C.A. in stitutions in the streets of London, be cause the Y.M.C.A*. has lately been cri jticiscd in certain quarters. Tho asso ciation's chief executive officer, Mr. H. A. Wheeler, has made a thoroughly j satisfactory defence which is hoped to : have silenced these critics. I cannot |hero go into details. "All I can do is to declare that in my opinion, after (what I saw of »the association's war work and tho facts brou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
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ARCHBISHOP MANNIX SAID TO DELEAVING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
- i ARCHBISHOP MANNIX i SAID TO DELEAVING AUSTRALIA, i I Speaking at the 5'Jtli anniversary of jtlie Prince Alfred Ledge of the Loyal ¡ Orango Institution, -Melbourne, the ; Grand Master (Mr. Snowball, M.L.A.), 1 after criticising the influence of the "Papacy, said that its representative in Australia, Archbishop Mannix, was leaving the Commonwealth. "Perhaps it might be said," added Mr. Snowball, "that bc is leaving his adopted country for his adopted coun try's good." (Applause.) Statements of the intention of Arch bishop Mannix to leave Australia have been in circulation during the past few weeks. Hie administrator of tho diocese (Father Barry) has on various occasions denied that Archbishop Mannix proposes I to leave Australia. . .... = I
TASMANIAN RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
TASMANIAN RED CROSS ' The Honorable Lady Newdegate -; (president) announces that daring the1 month of December, 1918, thc.following snms of money have been forwarded by her to the Central Council Australian lied Cross Society for transmission overseas:- Our Dav apncal. B.R.C.S., £2,129/14/5; Prisoners of War Fund, £63S/9,9; Belgian Bed Cross, £12/10/; .French Red Cross, £12.
REY. A. G. ROY ORDAINED AT OATLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
REY. A. G. ROY mi ORDAINED AT OATLANDS. (The joint ceremony of ordination of | the Rev. A. C. Roy into the Presby terian ministry and of his induction into 'the church at Oatlands took place" at Oatlands on Wednesday afternoon. The Moderator of Tasmania (Hov. J. D. Rentoul) opened with the leading pray er. The Rev. J. B. Millar narrated the steps leading up to the call; the Rev. A. D. Leckie read the Scriptures, and tho Rev. W. Mabin gave the charge to the minister. Tho Rev. P. Hope gaye the charge to the people in an eloquent and impressive address. Thc Rev. A. G, Roy, who has just completed his theo logical course at tho Ormond College, Melbourne, has had considerable exper ience in mission work throughout Tas mania; in North-Wcstern Tasmania he served at Ulverstone and Deloraine. In tho evening a welcome social was ten dered him and his family in tito Oat lands Town Hall, which was crowded. An excellent musical- programme was rendered by local and visiting artists, and addresses ...
LAW OF THE GARNISHEE IMPORTANT BURNIE CASE. COMMISSIONER STOPS' DECISON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
LAW OF THE GARNISHEE IMPORTANT BURNIE CASE. C05DIISSIONER"CTpPS' DECISION. 'Iii« Commissioner of the Court of Re quests (Mr. l'\ N. Stops) lias given his reserved decision in a case which came before him at Burnie on September 26. The case related to tho right of a judg ment creditor to garinshee wages of a judgment debtor which had been pre viously assigned to a trustee for the benefit of the other creditors of the judgment debtor. Tho matter was one in which Messrs. Brown Bros., Ltd., of Burnie, applied to have a garnishee order nisi issued by them against the Magnet Silver Mining Co., N.L., on tho 30th ult., attaching wages camed by ono Walter George Brown, a miner in tile company's employ, made absolute. Thc company entered n de fence alleging that all wages due by it on that date to W. G. Brown and not protected were assigned to Mr. L. Hudson in trust for Brown's credit ors, excepting the sum of 13/6, which was paid into Court 4with the de» fence. Hr. W. Hbdgmnn appeared for ti...
ITS PALATABILITY [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
ITS PALATABILITY I Allotrs of "Dr¡ Maund's. Old Time j Wine" being readily taken by child [ren and delicate, sensitive patients, j Puny children who don't grow as they : should need more flesh and better thone. "Old Time Wrine" sharpens the I appetite, makes them take enough food, help3 them to digest it, thus stimulating nutrition. -If you are weak and-worn out, become easily tired, are pale and thin blooded, you are evidently not getting enough benefit from your food. "Old Timo ¡Wine" helps you to get all the bene fit possible, because not only docs it contain good food itself, it tones up and strengthens tho digestivo or gans, not only causing more food to be taken, but more nourishment to he obtained from the food. Tho iron it contains is a direct tonic to the blood, and people in poor health always need good blood and plenty pf it.' To all who are "run down." "off color," "out of sorts," or in any way seedy, we advise n course of Dr. Maund's "Old Time Wine," 5/ a largo bottle. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
-"SMITHTON. ' ::.TDefitñr XoficcT-Mr.'Lucndou Wells, Dental Surgeon, Burnie, will _ visit Circular Head this week, Owing to the inclusIoktSfiXiartawali in tho trip, the day at some of- tlie places is al tered. Patients are requested to read advertisement carefully x.. and avoid' mistakes.*; ? . '-' . ,.¡
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
. WARATAH. í Young WiféV'Dtam-The 'funeral took place at Burnie yesterday of }Us.- Winifred Tapp, of Waratah, who died pf nnennionia at tho Devon Hospi tal.on friday, at tho early age of 20 years/ Deceased was tho daughter "of Mr. ancf SfrsT D. Donovan, Waratah1,* formerly of Forth, and leaves a sor-, rowing husband and infant daughter., Kev. P. Hayes officiated at the graïe.,
MAGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
MAGNET. 1 Recovering.-Tho many friends of tMr. Charles Johnson Trill he pleased to learn that ho is recovering slowly from' : his accident which occurred about three months aso. Ho has been an inmate of the Mt. Bischoff Hospital lever since, I Cricket.-A cricket club has been , formed, and a working hee arranged to prepare tho ground. A cement pitch was made some years ago, but it was covered with tailings. It has now been cleared, and the pitch found to ho still in good order. Knights i of the willow are anticipating some en joyable eames this season. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
i- : V WYNYARD. I ¡-For England.-As a result of a cable I from Sir. Arthur Pearson,-received on 'Friday afternoon. Lient. Marriott has! definitely decided to leavo- for Eng land nbout thc.; end of-March. AYiiiio his many friends-»will rcjoico.?.to' know .Jihatf tba departure will considerably enhance Lieut. Marriotts prospects of future advancement, they will regret to hear., of his departure, for since ? his. return from the war he _has ac tively, associated, himself with all forward movements, in the . district, [and .'Will be - much, missed on various committees, ., ,. ,., j |. Mothers' Union.-The Anglican Mo-| thors' Union will hold its picnic on Friday next. |- Mri 'W'il. J. Allen, representing ,:Tbe Leviathan," of Melbourne, will be at j I Brown's Hotel, to-day.*
MYALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
MYALLA. Picnic-The annual Anglican Sun ¡day School picnic was held on Friday .at the residence of Mrs. Kinch, who ^ kindly placed her residence and grounds at'the. disposal of the committee. A , most-enjoyable time was spent ty the ;chiI3ren, teachers, and parents. Var jious events were competed for by the ¡children for prizes donated by Mes j dames Wilson and Besscll, and Messrs. Wilson; Pegus," Murray and Jncklin. In the evening a most enjoyable concert was given in a large marquee erected by Messrs. Kinch, Massey and Balde nnch. Songs and recitations were giv en^ by .Miss/äs, D..,arid.. E. Wilson, M. anuw. ]?og)ie, E. fAùstin, J. Edwards, and' E.'/Kinch, Mr. lH. Pogue, and Master Elphinstone, "each item being well received. The thanks of the pa rents and scholars are duo to Mes dames Bessel! and Pogue, who worked ¡hard 'in conjunction with the commit jtco to make the day a success.
BOWLS NORTH DEFEATS SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
~ BOWLS . NORTH DEFEATS SOUTH. '.?.LAUNCESTON, Sunday.- The first gamo for tho season between Northern and Southern Tasmania for tho Mar> gowan Cup, was played on the East Launceston bowling green on Saturday, tinder fine conditions. After a keenly contested game the North won by 37 points. Scores:- ' . F. Webb, J. Wright, A. Bar nard, G.- Mackiulcy (skip) .. 20 - W. T. Nettlefold, AV. Ramsay, AV. W. Atkins, H. O'Brien (skin) ... ;.r. - 24 AV. Armsfrong, B. Cox, ll'. LiUicrnp, J.' E. '?-Williams : ; (skip). 26 - A! C. Seabrook, W. F. Fos I ter, A. G. Love, AV. B. I Crooke (skin) .... ->- 17 E. Munro, J. E. Thruston, G. , Cox. A. F. Scott (skip) ... 26 - J. Gillott, J. J. Breen, E. T. i Mnegowan, J. E. Hawson !' (skip). . - 20 J. Donnelly, H. E.'Itatclilf, A. F. Abbott, E. Burnett (skip) 27 - E. Rowland, L. Brownell, C. B. Smith, H. Burcald (skipA ... - 15 A. C. Ferrall, G. Bond.". V. ; Gurr, W. J. Johnstone '&lt; (skinï. - 22 J. J. Sims, C. H. Lnmprill. AV. ! Bradshaw,...
DANGER OF DROUGHT STATEMENT BY CATTLE KING WIDE AREAS ALREADY AFFECTED HIGHER FAT STOCK PRICES PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
DANGER OF DROUGHT " STATEMENT BY CATHE KING I WIDE AREAS ALREADY AFFECTED HIGHER FAT STOCK PRICES j PREDICTED. "No one can estimate what a really j good rain would bo worth to Australia just now," said Mr. Sidney Kidman, when seen at Melbourne. Air. Kidman was speaking of the drought, threatening or already actual, in tho pastoral areas of the mainland, and said that tho position was very serious indeed over a large part of Queensland, New South Willes, and .South "Australia. A really good rain within the next turee or lour wuua would, however, bo in time to save tho situation. "I saw moro grass along the railway line from Albury to "Melbourne than you can see along the line all the way from Albury to Brisbane, and away be yond that," said. Mr. Kidman. "Tho Queensland Gulf country should be all right now, for they have bad heavy rains around Burketown and Cloncurry. I have just heard that there has been three inches at one station on the Bar coo River, so apparently these rains aro ...
DEVONPORT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
! DEVONPORT CLUB. i A match in tlie rink competitions of tho Devonport Howling Club was de-, cided on Saturday afternoon. A. ¡Parsons (skip). G. H. Webb, H. II. I T. M 'Ville, and TI. Findlay boat H. !J. Richmond (skip). J. "Milroy Smith, F. Richards, and Rev. J. H. Dahb by 24 points to 7 points. Only ono match is required to complete the first round. Last year tho competition wns decided on the total points scored, but on this occasion a win is to count two points, and a draw ono point.
SERIOUS SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 20 January 1919
Huon; SITUATION. IFriday.-Thc. Oeneva car il" thc "Daily Express" "?cording tu an Innsbruck «.rc a serious situation Slat nd Italians. Moon ieT Wed by the South fm xt week, including ela , who will endeavor tun with the Czechs at Tl: chief centre of tho hun thither the Italians a fleet to support their