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MAINTLANDERS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

MAINLANDERS fohTEEl ) 'Additional New Year hlr=:-I H. B. Lefroy. Premier.'- \VosB ' An<traKn, created K.C.M'' 1 .?. Samuel Hordern, head- he I ^ mwn Sydnev fi'/'j and |ddi«. V « New Pouth.V<I des \ 1 A(rH i 9L^.^f. »... ~t lU3

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EXCHANGE ON BRITISH NOTES SOLDIERS" GRIVE[?] RECTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

ECHANGE ON BRITA 1 SOLDIERS" CRIEV.I ïif3 Ting to-day to the comnl^i-tB*'"*' s dim returning with Br.'i-hÄ ';e"su notes »ere compelled to [uv B' ^uonj on them, Senator Pearce <}.\ W'c'ter fi Defence) pointed out that <}M''\ "otc were exchanged for their f...-el!;.'«»« o; the Commonwealth Bank. {iW'e «of" dieri would take the not. - Wt . "lat bank there would bc no fur h l «con renience. K Senator Pearce added tl r 1 'neefe. ing staff of 30 member: .?;" " Pay Corps is to be dispatched v -'and immediafely in connccti<,n -\ dc- J mobilisation. / Senator Ponrco explained i 'he / men would deal with «ol«! nc- j Counts, and that they had In lKi'al /, experience of the matters wl,Vl,|lSed J1 flelays at this end. Tn this f it / fi was hoped that the worf* ^ j\M »»»3,1.15 aiderably hastened. > "

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

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Publication Title: Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

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Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT BISCHOFF EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

MOUNT BISCHOFF EXTENDED. Fortnightly report, dated December 21, 1918:-     Stoping has been proceeded with at the several levels on ore of the average grade and width. No work has been done below No. 6 level this fortnight; general opera- tions ceased on December 21. Repairs and renewals are now under- way, and will be completed for a start up on Monday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COUNTRY'S FINANCE COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

THE COUNTRY'S FINANCE COMMONWEALTH. MELBOURNE, Thursday.- For the six months of the Commonwealth financial year, which ended on Decem- ber 31, tho Customs revenue amounted to £8,032,478, as compared with £6,723,804 for the corresponding six months of 1917. This is an increase of £1,408,674. Details are for six months ended December 31: 1917. 1918. £ £ N.S.W. ... 3,250,657 3,786,158 Victoria ... 2,053,349 2,684,709 Queensland 566,782 653,166 South Aus. 414,441 521,725 West. Aus. 264,712 310,978 Tas. 66,171 71,357 Northern Ter. 7,692 4,385 Totals ... £6,723,804 £8,032,478 For the six months, the net postal revenue amounted to £3,076,966,. as compared with £2,746,795 received in the first six months of 1917, an in- crease of £320,171. The revenue for December, 1918, waa £531,247. as compared with £419,410 in December, 1917, thus showing an increase of £111,837. Details are, for six months : 1917. 1918. ££ N.S.W. 1,076,680 1,223,589 Victoria ... 723,851 797,977 Queensland 405,536 452,32...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

BURNIE. The ss Hillmeads is loading timber for Melbourne. She should get away to-day.   The ss Rotomahana is due to leave Melbourne to-day for Burnie and De- vonport.       The ss Wareatea is expected here to-morrow to load timber for the re- turn.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUN, MOON AND TIDE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

SUN, MOON AND TIDE. PHASES OF THE MOON. | First Quarter - Thursday, Jan. 9, at 8.55 p.m.   Full Moon - Thursday, Jan. 16, at 7.44 p.m.     Last Quarter - Friday, Jan. 24, at 7.22 p.m.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PHASES OF THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

PHASES OF THE SUN     Rises. Sets.     a.m. p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5 . 5.39 ... 8.31 Sunday, Jan. 12 . 5.47 ... 8.29 Sunday, Jan. 19. 5.55 ... 8.27 Sunday. Jan. 26. 6.3 ... .8.23

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
INTEREST AWAKENED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

INTEREST AWAKENED.   Interest awakened everywhere in the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns and Wounds,with Dr. Sheldon's Mag- netic Liniment. 1/6 and 3/.-."." Obtain-   able from H. G. Spicer, Chemist, Burnie and Stanley; Jas. Thorne, Sen., Grocer, Waratah ; Yolla Supply Co., Yolla; , A. E. Dixon. Chemist, Wynyard; and-Greg Bros., Smithton.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ACCOUNTANCY LAMINATIONS TASMANIAN PASS LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

ACCOUNTANCY EXAMINATIONS TASMANIAN PASS LIST. Tho results of the advanced account- ing and auditing section of the final examination of the Incorporated Insti- tute of Accountants, Commonwealth of Australia, held in October last, have been announced in Melbourne. On this occasion the number of final candidates was very large, being 414 for the whole of Australia. Tho follow- ing Tasmanian candidates succeeded in satisfying the examiners: James Crawford, c/o Commonwealth Bank, Hobart. Thomas John Felmingham, 309 Up- per Park street, Newtown. John F. Gibbs, Hobart Gas Com-   pany, Hobart. Fred. Gilbert, Federal Taxes Office, Hobart. Alan Raymond Hewer, c/o Reynolds and Cummins, Hobart. Thomas Layton, c/o T. S. Nettlefold. Liverpool street. Hobart.   Herbert Charles Orbell, Department of Repatriation, Hobart Georgw Alfred Robertson, "Mer- cury" office, Hobart. One candidate in Tasmania secured a partial pass. The subjects covered by this section of the final e...

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EMPIRE CRICKET AUSTRALIA'S INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

EMPIRE CRICKET AUSTRALIA'S INVITATION. LONDON, Tuesday. - The London "Daily Telegraph" says that Aus- tralia's cricket invitation needs serious consideration. England will not be able to test new talent until the end of the season, but Australia is prob- ably in the same plight. The chief difficulty will be to get enough ama- teurs.      

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTHROP—FERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

NOTHROP-FERGUSON. , A quiet wedding was celebrated on New Year's afternoon at the residence of the bride's uncle. Mr. W. H. Shute, High street, Burnie, the contracting parties being Roy Nothrop, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nothrop, Burnie, and Violet Ferguson. The bridesmaids were Misses Agnes and Edna Shute, and Mr. Carl Nothrop, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man .The presents were numerous and useful. The happy couple left by Wednesday's boat for Melbourne, where the honey- moon is to be spent. Their future home will be at Penguin. The Rev. F. A. Leeder was the officiating minister.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOLL OF THE HOLIDAYS DUNOLLY MOTORING' FATALITY. CONDITION OF THE INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

TOLL OF THE HOLIDAYS DUNOLLY MOTORING FATALITY. CONDITION OF THE INJURED.   DUNOLLY. - The condition of Rev. W. Goyen, who was injured in the col- lision between a train and a motor car on Friday last, shows slight im- provement.He is still suffering se-   verely from bruises and shock, and it will be some time before he is able to resume his duties. Douglas Cain is still in a critical condition, and there is slight hope of recovery. The child Mollie, daughter of Mr. C. W. B. Moody, one of the victims of the tragedy, underwent a successful opera- tion on Monday for fracture of the base of the skull. The outlook for her recovery is favorable.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTOR CYCLE SMASH. THREE PERSONS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

MOTOR CYCLE SMASH. THREE PERSONS INJURED.   MELBOURNE. - The rider of a   motor cycle while proceeding along the St. Kilda track to the city, within a few hundred yards of Princes Bridge, about 10 o'clock at night, tried to avoid a collision with a woman and child who were crossing the roadway. In order to save the pedestrians, the driver steered into the footpath, and he and two others who were seated respectively at the back of the cycle and in the side-car, were thrown vio- lently to the ground. The cycle and attachment was badly damaged. The injured were taken to Melbourne Hos- pital for treatment. They were:- William L. Andrews (rider of the cycle), about 30, living at 94 Domain street. South Yarra, abrasion and in- jured thumb; Clifford Smith, 26, liv- ing at 85 Rosebery street, Auburn, severe cut on the head and sprained ankle; Victor Crowhurst, 28, living at Blazey street. Richmond, lacerated wound on the head and lacerated lip.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

BURNIE VISITORS   Holiday visitors at the Club Hotel, Burnie included Miss May Poke, Stan Mr: t^^r^!^15^] J^9m^rtt~rmis, Queensland; Mr, "and Mrs. Sheehan, Launceston; Mrs. lionn<#t, Melbourne; Messrs. Wilson, Zeehan; Ber. and Mrs. Lowther, Mel- bourne; Mrs. and Miss Graham, Hb bart; Mr. and Miss Hadfield, Hobart; Mr. and Mrs. M'Clnrcy, Melbourne; Mr. Lennox, Hobart; Mr. Smith, Mel- bourne; Mr. Woolcock, Melbourne; Mr. M'Millan, Mcbourne; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Hobart: - Mr. M'Clean, Melbourne; Mr. Waldron, Waratah; Mr. Ashman, Melbourne; Master Vern Hopton, Melbourne; Dr. Ingram, De- vonport; Mr. , and Mrs. Miller, Scotts- dale; Mr. Brooks, Smithton; Mr. and Mrs. C. Hinman, Launceston; Mr. M'Kay, Waratah; Mr. N. Smith, Launceston; Mr. Bushby, Launceston; Mr. Fooks, Queenstown; Mr. Patter- son, Waratah; Mr. H. Smith, Laun- ceston ; Mr. Nicholas, ' Queenstown ; Mr. Cnrr, Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, Hobart; Mr. Munro, Laun- ceston; Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith, Sp...

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PERTH TRAM TROUBLE A PROTRACTED STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

PERTH TRAM TROUBLE A PROTRACTED STRUGGLE.   PERTH (W.A.).- The position of the tramway strike is unaltered. In a statement to the press, the secretary   to the Labor, Federation (Mr. M'Cal-   lum) states:- "It is apparent that the Government are determined not to listen to reason. Practically all the     Ministers are away from town enjoy-   ing their holidays, and seem bent on starving the men into submission. We   have put into motion all the arrange- ments for a protracted struggle. Or-   ganised labor throughout the Com-   monwealth has been appealed to for assistance. It is well that the citi- zens know how things stand."

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GERMANS UNCHANGED GENERAL PATTS WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

GENERAL PAU'S WARNING. WELLINGTON (N.Z). - General Pan, the leader of the French Mission, speaking at Auckland, said that he was not one of those who believed that   with the Allied victory the German menace had been finally slain. The German militarists had shown no signs of repentance. Their regrets were for their fa¡lures, not for the wrongs they       had perpetrated. Though defeated, they would await the day of revenge, and the world must needs be watch- ful. There was no sign of change of heart.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNIE S TIMBER TRADE EXPORTS FOR 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

BURNIE'S TIMBER TRADE       EXPORTS FOR 1918.     The exports of timber from Burnie for 1918 were far in excess of those of any previous year. They totalled   4,810,500ft. sawn, 7,730,100ft. lo..? 28,0,900 palings and 43,200 staves. This brings the total to about 13,500, 000ft. The Marine Board of Burnie and Table Cape derived a revenue of £2,144 2/4 from this trade. This year it is expected that the export trade will be still greater. The Marine Board is anxious to cater for shippers, and when the new timber wharf is built the facilities offered will be such as to make Burnie port one of the finest - so far as timber shipping is concern- ed - in the State. Following are details of last years timber exports from Burnie:   Sawn Ft. Log Ft. . Palings No. Staves No.       Jan. 422,800 456,500 11,800 - Feb. 325,400 377,700 63,100 3,200 March 222,600 533,000 1...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] for [?] [?] IN BERLIN. BOTH SIDES FULLY ARMY. STREET [?] AND BUILDINDS MANNED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 3 January 1919

lil J /for /Ile TENSION IN BERLIN SIDES FULLY     STREET CORNERS AND BUILDINGS MANNED. —The "D

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