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ULVERSTONE THEATRE—"THE KING'S" [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

ULVERSTONE THEATRE-''THE ¡ KING'S" J ..Private enterprise is about to. do ¡ what a whole Town Council, wi til the , ' addition of a, trinity of shining lnniin-, L aries.outside the portals of that. august ~ ; body, have been tinkering at for weeks ? j now. ' ! Eight or nine years have been o ccu- j - pied in the discussion around the ad- ' j visability or otherwise of erecting a j new Town Hall at the ratepayers' ex- . | pense. It has been the ambition of j .-. most, of the Wardens during that.time j "to have Iiis name on the cart" of a j . new structure, and our present. War- I den is no less enthusiastic than his j . predecessors in office in wishing to " j bump the ratepayers into a £4000 or ¡ £5000 expenditure on a structure to j take the place of the verminous edifice j . at present in use. - ; j (But, as the old saying goes, "whilst ¡ the grass grows the horse niáy die," j and. so with the "new" Town Hall." j Whilst the wire-pullers of the Caucus ! have been selecting sites, e...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

TONE YOUR SYSTEM ÜP BY TAKING OUR . . / > VIN PERU The only Tonic Wine with a direct: - combative action, on PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. : \ Palatable and delightfully stimulative 1 ;. PRICE, 4/6. Obtainable only at A. J. COLLINS & CO. The Medical : Hall, ULVERSTONE . BUY A - ' SEWING. . MACHINE That is guaranteed-till' the year*; 1929. Scores of homes in this district are in happy .' possession of a STANDARD ; -SEWING ; : MACHINE .Purchased under a ten years' guarantee at ? ?;. THE BIG STORE The construction of these Machines is high-class and in every way modern. Every part and movement is tried and true, «? They are perfection through : and through, They run so easily and quietly; and sew so perfectly that the most inex prienced can use them without the slightest inconvenience. We show them in niany styles. .The latest are set in all-wood) frames made in Australia from the beautiful Queens- land maple and other woods. The stand "wheel, and treadle,, ball and pivot-foearing ru...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

E. A. CLEAVER," : The House for Hardware, Biuishware, Tinware, Cutlery,- Crockery and Glass Ware, Guns and- Cartridges, and all La- bour-saving Novelties, We strive to please, and Avant your trade. E. A. CLEAVER, IRONMONGER, Telephone 56. Ulverstone.",. ULVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS FURNER* S HOTEL. T ALWAY« PUT M,Y HORSE UP AT X FURNER'S HOTEL STABLES, RUN BY JOHN SMITH. There's a Square Feed and a Square Deal for Man and Horse. AY, WHAT ABOUT THAT WINTER SUIT? Enormous Stock of Suitings to.-select from. Prices Right. Look us up. FRED. L. PARSONS. . TAILOR, ETC!., Successor to A. A. Devlin. .J. J. DEVLIN, . PATRICK ST., ULVERSTONE, is the man to consult if you want a good ROOF on your house, or a TANK that holds water, or a HOT. WATER SiEIRVICE that is hot. T, W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Foot- wear at Old Prices. Now is the time to make your Purchases in Ladies', Gent's, and Children's Footwear...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

]j] VER Y BODY BUYS ' THEIR 1 JEWELLERY, .' ; CLOCKS AND ELECTROPLATE - WARE PROM ? ' \ HODGKINSON, ? . ' ULVERSTONE. : DO' YOU ? - : ,A. H. GOBURN ,. . ' . ' . LADIES ' AND GENT'S TAILOR, ; ' REIBEY STREET, ULVERSTONE. My Motto: "Satisfaction to Clients, and with Credit to Myself." ' . . TRY ME ' _ FOR A COSTUME OR SUIT. . y FRED. PORTER, PAINTER, DECORATOR,* AND PAPER HANGER. Illuminated Rolls of Honour Specially Prepared. Cqöice selection of up-to-date Wall Papers just to hand. KING EDWARD, ST., ULVERSTONE. W. A: PETERS, . - BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Reibey St., Ulverstone. Buyer of Second-hand Purni ture. Having in stock Gunn's Hardwood Flooring, f and £in., also Cement and Lime. Stocked Join- ery work a specialty. Painting, Decorating Personal Supervision in all Matters. J. M. ' M'DONOUGH, L.D.S., VIC. (Licentiate Dental Surgery, Melb. University), .-, DENTIST, ULVERSTONE. , 1 ' Hours: 9.30-5. . Saturdays tili 1 o'clock. ' . Penguin: Every Wednesday, 12--4. A. ,M., CRAWFORD, ' LA...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROSPER NIETTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 20 September 1919

PROSPER NIETTA.   Good news for Nietta and Ulverstone is to be reported in the fact that Mr. Kemp, of Messrs. Kemp and Denning, of Hobart, has been in the district,   and has purchased the output from   the timber mills belonging to Mr. Al-   fred Hingston and the Ulverstone Pine   Co. Ltd. This now assures constant   work for a large number of men and   horses back in the go-ahead Nietta dis- trict.  

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

E. A. CLEAVER, The House for Hardware, Brusliware, Tin- ware, Cutlery, Crockery and Glass Ware, Guns and Cartridges, and all Labor-saving Novelties. We strive to please, and want your trade. E, A. CLEAVER, IRONMONGER, Telephone 56. Ulverstone. jlJLVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. IALWAYS PUT MY HORSE UP AT IFURNER'S HOTEL STABLES, RTUN BY JOHN SMITH. There's a Square Feed and a Square Deal for Man and Horse. FRED. L. PARSONS "He Who Hesitates is Lost." -XMAS IS COMING. You'll want that new rig-out. Take 'time bv the forelock and get 'measured to-dav at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. J. J. DEVLIN, " PATRICK-¡ST., ULVERSTONE, Is the man <to consult if von want a good ROOF on your house, .or a TANK that holds water, or a HOT 'WATER SER- VICE that is hot. T. W. SALTMARS II, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices. 'Now is thc lime to make your Purchases in Ladies', Gents', and Children...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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"KING WILLOW." Ulverstone and Upper Castra. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

"KING WILLOW." Ulverstone and Upper Castra. Tiie visitorü and an enthusiastic pow- erful voiced barracker gav-e a good account of themselves on Saturday; at Ulverstone, winning Avith 118 against 93 of the home team. The "whits elephants" gave a wretched display when facing the bowling-five, ducks. 'Wc won't ment on their names, and if lYlcDonough hadn't come away with S-5 after Pearson and A. Page had made k21 and 29 respectively things would have been anything hut rosy. Al- though the president was on thc spot, the game just drifted out of the' grasp of the Pearsonites. A team faced with anything under a 1O0 doesn't justify any lengthy trial of even the best bowlers if not successful. ¡Run through the team if necessary, and then turn the tub. One never knowe but that even-well we won't say who may fluKe into getting wickets. We have recollections of scoring. Even J.J.D. with, his ruhibish made a clearing out of Ulverstonc's pets one Saturday last season. The ga.me calls for little ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DO IT NOW. BUY! BUY! BUY!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

DO IT NOW. BUY! BUY! BUY!!! -Keeping the shops well stocked is de- mocracy at its feet; dt spells national (prosperity. It may ¡be taken as certain if the shops are well stocked there is a 'buying public about demanding tho stock, and a world of labor manurac turing the ßtoc'k. Once get the worker, the seller, and the' huyor in the same harness, pulling the same way and the good time coming for all of us will have come. Christinas will he on top of us di- rectly, and for goodness sake lose no time in sending for cither 3our old friend of 35 years-' standing, in the town. Fred. Porter, the man with as good a record, "we maintain," as any- body for work done for the town as a public man or tend for Stubbs aud Jacob. the former known by ever'/body for the past 30 years in the town, and the latter hack at his old' job af tot "jobbing" the Huns: or send for .Ward and Schill, strangers in a strange town, hut as in tho case of tho previous firm, 50 per cent. of their firm has been doing hi...

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An Apology [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

An Apology I; Mary A. Stephens, of Upper Castra, hereby sincerely apologise to the Na- tional Mutual Life Association of Aus- tralasia .Limited, and to their represen- tative, Mr Nolan, of the North-West Coast, for the adverse comments I have made in relation to thc non-payment of moneys clue mc on the lite of my son, E. W. Stephens, who was killed at the war, as I find that such moneys were promptly paid over hy the above asso- ciation to my solicitors, Messrs. A. and A. Solomon," of Ulverstone, in full and satisfactory settlement of any and all claims that I had upon them, although the cheque was not forwarded to me till nearly twelve months after it had been sent to my solicitors, and then only aftdr J had authorised Mr Tîich.vi-d Booth, of Ulverstone, to secure it for me, and I trust the National Mutual Life Association will accept my thanks for so promptly and honorably fulfil ling their obligation by sending the ?Y^choque for '.-£108 18s within two or three days of receiving a...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

T ONE your system up by taking our VIN PERU; The only Tonic Wine with a direct combative action on PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. Palatable & delightfully stimulative. PllXCIS, 4,'ti. Obtainable only nt A. J. COLLINS & CO.. Medical Hall, Ulverstone. G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER. Running since 1893 Still Going Strong DON'T FORGET IT. THE BIG STORE. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS FRUITS FROM US. No fear oE a shortage herc, as our stocks are big and ample. For the oTd-time Christmas Puddings arid Cakes try our new-time Fruits. Our Seeded Raisins, Sultanas, and Currants are Fresh and appetising. Our New Muscatels, Dates, Figs, Al- monds, and Nuts will be forward for the ? approaching festive season to put you in a festive spirit. Our Mixed Peels save you trouble ; 'hey are cut and ready for use. Try thom in their variety. Lemon, Orange, Citron, etc. Óur_Spices and 'Flavoring1 Essences aro the very thmg you want-delicate in flavor, ^xipk in quality, -low in price. ?Yr -wai/t a coo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

Tho merry mud motorist goes fast as tlie wind, Till each of his wheels, So tired it, feels. Ht has ito drop off and come running 'oe- il i nd. (It's a fact, I've been told. That the poor wheels were tyred before 'they were sold.) And this M.M.M. is the well-known BILLY GUY, known throughout . thc length and breadth of Tasmania as an up to-date, skilled motor bike mechanic. He has bumped into the town and taken np "stage centro'' right in the newly develop- ed business end of Reibey-srrect. The pivot is moving rapidly towards making the Big Stores the centre of an important business life. With Iiis brother, equally qualified as a motor mechanic as himself, as his right hand man, and nu up-to-date workshop, lie can "do all that may become a man." ivho dare do more is not. as the poet said, but not about motorists, in the year 16Q0. Mo- tor cyclists should bear in mind that they have in this firm one that handles motor bikes and motor bikes only. No dabbling nt sidelines, such as cars ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

POPULAR COLUMN. ^jOOD job for good Men till April at MWORDS for 3d. Cash, with adver- tisement. We guarantee a circu- lation of 1000 copies. Can any othsr paper in Tasmania, give you this value? No! FENTON, ULVERSTONE. ANTED, 20 Men, Marrawah line, IS . » ? miles, 1/4 per hour. MARRAWAH (tram leaves Smithton Mondays and Thursdays ; carries men free. PROVISIONS at Smithton are cheapest on Coast. OD job for £ 12/- per days. IlF you are building, get a price for CONCRETE House; no paint; no fire insurance policy. FENTON, Ulver- stone. "VT'OU want Suits afc fair prices. Come J- to me. J. BUHNS, Ulverstone. SIX-R. House, 23 acres land, South-rd . offers invited. Garrard, Ulverstone. FOR (Sale-Coinf.4-ropm cottage. Early poss. ; cheap. C. W. Brown, Ulv. FOR SALE, in 4 ¡ton lots, best ?ft Firewood, 8/- per ton of 50ft, deliv- ered Ulverstone. 'Booth, Reibey-st. FOR SALE-First class Farm, 165 acres, close P.O., school and store; price, ¡S12 10s per acre. Particulars from D. W. SHAW. Upper C...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

JgJVERYBODY , ? BUYS THEIR JEWELLERY, CLOCKS AND ELECTROPLATE tVARE 'FROM HODGKINSON, ULVERSTONE. ; _DO YOU ? RICHARD BOOTH, Lato T.S.A., ÇF.M.S.A.. Eng.. ARCHITECT. HOUSE. LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT, ULVERSTONE. Telegram : R. Booth, Uiver*. Telephone N. 7. C A T H 0 L I C CHURCH. ULVERSTONE PARISH. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1919. SERVICES : L'LVERSTONE, 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. FORTH, ll a.m. REV. M. J. DOWLING. ENOCH DAVIES, ULVERSTONE BACON FACTORY. I lia VP s tar tod a weekly personal "visit io the Yolla and Wvnvard districts to buy ter Factory..- J. -istiutara's'' "¡ítore, or J or ' dan's Boarding TTpuse, promptly ' attended' to, or 'Phone 35 Ulverstone. ~^ïpp^ And LEHMAN. His One-legged Digger Assistant. I've bought a Pie! I leave "Sympathy" to others! (.'onie and sc--1 u- at the Tfairdrossiiifj ¡iud Billiard dubious. W 7 GUY" ~~ 'Phone 25. MOTOR CVCTJB WORKS, REI BE Y-ST., ULVERSTONE^' THE MAN VY'iTl! VICTORIAN AP- PRENTICESHIP and 7 years' experi- ence in TASMANIA. THE ONLY GARAGE SPECIALIS...

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THE LAND VALUATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

THE LAND VALUATOR. There are several alleged anomalies that call for attention. We referred to one last week in connection with the Harbor Trust of our own town. Anoth- er instance of a man serving in a dual capacity is shown when a man plays the part of Government Land Valua- tor, say, and yet at the same time acts in his private capacity as a land specu- lator. Now that kind of thing is open to very grave abuse. To take only one aspect of the case for the purpose of illustration. A man (not the valuator, by the way) owns a block of land, say, a quarter of an acre in extent, and the   Valuator assesses it, say, at £75. About two chains away the same valua-   tor owns, say, two acres of more valu- able land and assesses the lot at £80.   The result is that the average man asks, why is this thus? and the ques- tion that faces us is this : Should a Valuator, who is at the same time a land speculator and landowner, be al- lowed to assess his own l...

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The Cultivation of a Public Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

The Cultivation of a Public Spirit. Everybody will agree that our town is growing in size and importance, aa it deserves to do, and must do, and everybody will assuredly agree that it is everybody's business to ' do their litttle bit to help in-its growth and development. Ono way, and a very important way, in which this may bo clone is tho cultivation of a true public spirit by every individual. By a true public spirit we mean of course, the spirit that puts and seeks the well-being of the community first. Nothing so mutilates against the best interests of a town as the purely per- sonal spirit that puts selfish interests first and last, and which breeds small- ness, meanness, pettiness, and bicker- ing. What town has not suffered in the past and had its progress hamper- ed and delayed from this latter cause. Instead of agreement to a common end and the working of all with might and main for the fulfilment of a common purpose, one section of a community pulls against another sec- ti...

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The Condition of Reibey Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 29 November 1919

The Condition of Reibey Street. Apropos our remarks in last Week's   issue re the above, it is significant that while our comments were in the print- ers' hands Councillor Turner, of Kin- dred, came to town, and noticing the condition of the street, without sug- gestion from any outside source im- mediately interested himself in the matter, and set men at work to clean it up. The same wide-awake spirit, generally cultivated by councillors, would soon result in a general im- provement. Well done, Mr Turner, your action shows how necessary our comments were. Keep going and you will do good work.

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Rowing Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

* * * Rowing Clubs The Rowing duh has been put on its legs again, and soon the skiffs will he skimming over the "waters of Leven" as they did in the good old days before the war.

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Work for Two Men, Pay for One [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

* * * Work for Two Men, Pay for One Mr Vertigan, the inspector, has re- signed. ¡md his resignation has ¡been accepted, and provided it is a year since he had his last holidays he ia to bo given a fortnight's holiday on sal- ary as from Saturday last.,,, ile, by tho w<ay, has had two weeks' holiday in three years. His place is to Toe filled, and by a returned man for proferencc. À division of opinion for once in"' a way exists in thc Council on the ques- tion of duties. A minority of the members think the duties should bc split up, and done 'by two men, ns they are too much for one man to do effici- ently. The majority on Saturday thought ono man was mil they could pay. It was pointed out hy Mr Hobbs that tho municipality couldn't pa-v two men, and therefore, done o\- undone, the duties must bc undertaken hy ono man only. It Was admitted on Saturday that the sialary paid to Mr Vertirán was not enough to enable him fto live and keep * a. horse and bicycle, and that heine: ...

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Peeping Toms [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Peeping Toms The plans for tho new Town Hall are awaiting the appointment of an architect (by tho Institute of Tasman- ian Architects to adjudicate upon. Idle curiosity is evidently pulling the stringd to have a peep into the parcels ¡before the proper time, for the "Ad- vocate" asks why the public shouldn't have a squint at the plans beforo the adjudicating. Wo do most things the wrong wavy round in Ulverstone, and this would add another to our long and healthy list of such indiscretions if carried out. THEY WRIGGLE. The committee^ are between the devil and the deep sea in the matter at pro sent. They are bound by tho terms of the competition to submit the whole of the competitive drawings to an architect to be recommended by the Institute of Architects. Tasmania", and if they don't do so they lay themselves open to be proceeded against for dam- . ages hy the competitors. They are now wriggling, for they find them- selves with a probable outlay of £50 before they have paid the acco...

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Tourist Association [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Tourist Association There is on thc hooks of tho Tour- ist Association a resolution proposed by the then president, Mr ¡R. JJ. Par- sons, to the effect that a water carni- val l)o held on Boxing Day. 10T81I Where is tho. carnivta1 P THE OAVES. The Government a couple of ' years ago spent a sum of money at the Gunn'.s Plains Oaves making concreto stops at the entrance, otc. The Tour- ist Association recently spent a sum of money having the gas plant over- hauled and put in working order. The visiting public find that unless they take a. "tallow dip'? in their poc- ket they cannot go into the caves with safety, in spite of the stops and the gas plant, for there is no fodder for the gas plant, .consequently there is no light in the caves. Ye gods, don't we do our 'best to annoy our visitors and send them homo 'blackguarding our methods of handling the' wonder- ful gifts of Nature in our midst. Come on. Mr (President of the Tourist As- sociation, you aire doing good work at the foot of ...

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