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Ulverstone's Harbor WHARF CONNECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Ulvsrstone's Harbor WHARF CONFECTION Thc news of the actual building up of n construction staff for the wharf railway connection under Mr Groome Butler, was received ~ii,v the watching public, who road thc L.L. with great satisfaction ; 1920 looks like registering one progressive achieve- ment at any rate in the completion of this connection to the wharf. MARINE OFFICE. A BENZINE STORE. Tho s.s. "Hill mead" arrived hero recently with sonic hundreds of cases of benzine for consignees in this district. Amongst them was a quan- tity for a Penguin firm consigned to Mr R. R. E. Hamilton, shipping and commission agent. These he removed, and promptly had them deposited under lock and key in the Marine Board's private office,"im- mediately adjoining thc Customs De- partment store, .and between that building and the wharf sheds belong- ing to the ratepayers of Leven. Can we assume that the Marine Board arc placing their office at the disposal of anybody who requires stor- age accommodation f...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"Au-Revoir" [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

atc afc afc "Au Revoir" It is with regret that we refer to the removal from the district of Mr Binney and family ; it seems only yes- terday that they came amongst ns, but in his very indifferent stat« of health, and, acting on advice from his medi- cal attendants, Drs. Gollan and Ferris, he has gone up ' to Sheffield to see if the change will supply him with tho strength he is so much in need of. - A reference to our advertising col Timns 'will show * that his beautifully situated home is to bo sold. This should not bo a difficult matter, aa everything that either farmer or pri- vate individual requires is there to bo had in first-class order.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Snapped by the Sergeant [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Snapped by the Sergeant Tlic smart work of Sergeant Tom- kinson and Trooper Brown in snapping thc seaside qwlferino; in the hud is to he admired. L¡aRt year our visitors had to hntho in relays, one-half of a family sittins guarding tho clothes whilst the. other half took their nblu t'ons. The thing is scandalous, and pends visitors home to ^ivo tho nineo the worst of names. TJntil this and the larrikin element and behavior is stamped o"t. our lioach and its attrac t:ons for the visitors will never do us the good it can do. The trcntmont of the bn+hîuiï hnvc= is a tme indirn ? finn of whnt wilf nl^destrnetion is cap- able of doTig to mar the pleasures of tho visitors.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORMS OF ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

FORMS OF ADDRESS On. pago &-Í5 of om- "Concise English Dictionary" wo find the above head- ing, followed by "in ceremonious com- munications with persons of ' title or official positions." Judging by the lack of good man- ners on the part of our Warden at the Council meeting on Saturday last we should think a little study of this and other valuable information on etiquette and common politeness would repay him for the time spent on such an educational occupation. In referring to this matter we are not telling tales out of school, for the Council meeting is a, public meeting, and all that takes place there is for the public edification. ¿By way of in a friendly way giving him the opportunity of not failing in his good m«nners in the future in other cases we will point out, for his own and his fellow members of the Coun- cil's guidance, where they showed themselves to bc only veneer thick in their decorum and gentlemanly be- havior. As a member of a deputation wait- ing on the...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Correspondence COUNCILLORS' TRAVELLING EXPENSES. The Editor "The Lever." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Correspondence COTJ^CIL'LOtRS' TR AV EL LIN G BXPENlSiES. The Editor "The Lever.." Sir,-I understand that some of our councillors have been in receipt of as ¡much ns 12s (xl per day for attending the monthly meetings, and as they can hardly have "disbursed'5 that amount I have a suggestion to malee. The beautiful Anzac Parade is par- titioned iby the tarooiis "knob," "which was offered to the Council for £70, but declined hy the wise heads, to he im- mediately snapped up by a visor ono, who again offered it io the Council for tfîlôf) and subsequently said he would sell for £150. '' Would it he ".siting those councillors in receipt of travelling expenses io forego same, slay, for 12 months,' and so make good the bloomer they made in turning down thc offer We have it, on the authority of the Warden that tho councillor? are all successful (business men, and this hoing so it would not entail much sacrifice on their part. Thc three town councillors, who, tcit is understood," were primari...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WK CAN SUPPLY IN * Sycles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Porks, Potato Forks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Harvester Oil, Caus. Petroleum, Jolly AT TI-IE HOME OF HARDWARE NOVELTIES. . iE. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. 'Phone, 5ó. ¡"JJLVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS*! NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS IFOR TOURISTS IS FURNEicS HOTEL. IALWAYS PUT MY HORSE UP AT 'FURNER'9 HOTEL STABLES, RI UN BY JOHN SMITH. There's a Square 'Feed and a Square Deal for Man and Horse. FRED.Ï. PARSONS "He Who Hesitates is Lost." -XMAS IS COMING. Yoii'll want that new rig-out. Take íime by the forelock and gat measured to-dar at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. J. J. DEVLIN, PATRIOK-ST., ULVERSTONE, Is tho man to consult if you want a good ROOF on your , house, or a TANK that holds water, or a HOT WATER SER- VICE that is hot. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices. Now is 'thc time to make your Purc...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

POPULAR COLUMN. MWORDS for 3d. Cash with adver- tisement. We guarantee a circu- lation of 1000 copies. Can any othar paper in Tasmania give you this value? No! IF you are building, get a price lor CONCRETE House; no paint; no fire insurance policy. FENTON, Ulver- stone. YOU want Suits at fair prices. Come to mc. J. BURNS, Ulverstone. ENTION this Poper when buying " om advertisers. M'S A. IT. COBERN is his name, A popular Tailor is the same ; He cuts and measures all himself, No misfits thrown upon 'the shelf. What about giving him a trial order 1 f SOCIAL AND DANCE-Are you going to it? Of course I am, and so is my old man ! M.U.I.O.O.F. rw^rriLSON AND STURZAKER, the ci. . TT vorstone Garage, Forth-road corner. Eveo'thing you want stocked, and don't forget it. [Y^TILSON AND STURZAKER sell ITT Tyres, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc., at /ode bottom prices. 'Phone 17. [V17TLS0N AND STURZAKER have 25 ¡Tr H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. JWÄTULSON AND STURZAKER make ...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Elastic and Elusive By-Laws [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

Elastic and Elusive By-Laws Saturday morning had a slice cut out of it hy the Council trying to decide to pass a hv-la\v about straying cattle. The difficulty appears to be that some- times they would wish to enforce it 'when Mr Somebody or other was tho victim, and on other occasions they would wish to forget its very existence when Mr Somebodyelse was at fault. Thc good old game was _ at work of spending the ratepayers' money pass- ing 'by-laws that from the outset they don't intend to enforce except where , they want to do so. 'As the Warden said, we. quote his own words, "the Iby-lavv may not al- ways he .put into operation''-and there you have it in a nutshell. Mr ETobfos as usual humped in with a sen- sible remark that they were just beat- ing the air and wasting time talking such twaddle. hut our Warden knows hetier and the thing was passed, and . henceforth the inspector will be fur- ther hampered and handicapped in the carrying out of his duties hy this "we will if you like...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

HODGKINSON^. LOOK HERE! - LOOK! XMAS PRESENTS FOR GENTS. Shaving Mugs, 12/6, 15/-, 17/6. Solid Gold Links, Same Prices. "Wallets, Cigarette Cases. BARGAIN PRICES ! ENDLESS VARIETY. " NIPPER," THE BABBETl' And LEHMAN, His Ono-legged Digger Assistant. I've bought a Pie! I leave "Sympathy" to others ! Come and see us at the Hairdressing and Billiard Saloons. . W. GUY 'Phone 23. MOTOR OYOLE WORKS, REIBEY-ST., ULVERSTONE. THE MAN WITH VICTORIAN AP- PRENTICESHIP and 7 years' experi- ence in TASMANIA. THE ONLY GARAGE SPECIALISING IN MOTOR CYCLES. REPAIRS PERSONALLY ATTENDED TO. No Motors leave my Establishment unlesj as good as new. Stabling Free. Exchanges made. Sec- ond-hand Motors in stock. Agent for ¿he Famous... RED INDIAN MOTORS. All Accessories and Spares Stocked. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. RICHARD BOOTH, Late (F.S.A., (F.M.S.A., Eng., ARCHITECT, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT, ULVERSTONE. Telegram: R. Booth, Ulveia. Telephone N. 7. /CATHOLIC . CHURCH. ^ . ULVERSTONE PARISH. SUNDAY, JANU...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 17 January 1920

IVIe cl ¿o ¡al Hall. Tomato Sauce Essence Produces a Richly-fhiv-orfil Saucp, bright in color, with sooil keeping qualities. No Vinegar Required. Full Directions with Euch Dottie. PRICK, 1/9; Poitftge, 9d. Trv this E«si-i)ce for Making PLUM: SAUCE. A. J. COLLINS & CO., Family Chemists, Ulverstone. G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER. Running since 1893 Still Going Strong DON'T FORGET IT. BROWNS THE BIG STORE. ULVERSTONE. "We have specially laid ourselves^ out to cater for your HARVEST REQUIREMENTS Ia every shape and form, and to cater for them in a way that will he to our mutual satisfaction. . "We ask you to make our sales of harvest requirements this year pass all previous records. We confidently appeal to you to do this, because WE KNOW our stocks are large, varied, and well assorted; and YOU KNOW from experience that our prices are right every time. Test our Binder Twine, 8-Jd lb. It has no equal at the price. Our Reaper and Binder Oil, 5s 6d per gallon tin. 1 So w...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES \VE CAN SUPPLY IN Sycles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Forks, Potato IForks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Harvester Oil, Caus. Potroleum, Jolly AT THE HOME OF -HARDWARE NOVELTIES. 03. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. 'Phone, 56. j^JLVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S 'MANY ATTRACTANTS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. IALWAYS PUT MY HORSE UP AT 'FURNER'S HOTEL STABLES, . R1UN BY JOHN SMITH. There's a Squaro 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 timo by tho forelock and got measured to-day at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S, ULVERSTONE, Aro tho men to consult, if you want a good ROOF on your house, or a TANK that holda water, or a HOT WATER SER- VICE/ /that ia hot. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices. Now is the time to make...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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A SAIL! A SAIL! [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

A SAIL! A SAIL I Just as the shipwrecked thirsty, sail- ors welcome the sight of a distant sail so wo shipless <and resource less proprie- tors of a silting-up harbor, with n worn-out wharf, may be pardoned for exclaiminp;, A sail ! A sail!! when we hear of the possibility and probability of one coming our way. ' Whilst our "Little Five" members of the Harbor Trust spend their time telling our Premier what they think about the neglect of this port from the point of view of railway connections, other folks are and have been for a long time at wont tackling the problem from another quarter. This latter body of progressive men sees now hopeless it is to ibother -with tinpot trumpery politicians whose vista is hardly wide enough to get them out- side of their own little back yards, and have approached not Premiers and carpet bag members of Parliament, whoso 'laws may be at present as full as they can hold of . . Strings for Pulling; purposes-but they went to shipowners -men w...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Vaudeville and Pictures [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

~~ Vaudeville and Pictures Tu tlie Town Hall on Monday 'next Y.Tanuary 26) -Mt- Frank Chapman will présent ia pera nd holiday programme hi aid "nf tho riverstone Brass [Rand. Master Terry, who is recognised as .Australia's only soprano, and thc lad who has earned tho title of "thc boy ?with golden voice.'' has hoon specially engaged to sing, and h is items will in- clude : "When the Great 'lied Dawn is Shining," ''.La Tosca/' 'Destiny," "The llosa ry," otc. Laurie Bud, thc wp.i-id'p.^ 'lins also ; . boen: engaged^;' ^îrtd/ will lie seen iii. .liliany comic acts. ' Two star pictures and a "C'a zo tte" will be screened. A full orchestra. hns hoon engaged to sup- ' ply thc music. A grand " danoo will follow thc pictures. As the proceeds aro for a worthy object a crowded house should ho thc order llr <X> U,

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WHY THIS THUSNESS? [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

WHY THIS THUS.MESS? Our contemporary the "Advocate,"' in its Ulverstone local nows, reported in tho issue of Friday last that tho "s.s. iHillsmead" had ¡brought 200 cases of benzine for the (River Don Co., 200 eases for 'Messrs. Gr. and A. Ellis, and 125 oases for Parsons and Gilmour ; but they 'did not report tho fact that our . latest Jinn of motor garage proprietors, Messrs. Wilson and Stu ranker, had 10 cases of benzine and 5 cases of lubri- cating oil by the same vessel. Now, Mr House, you know "what's what" in thoso matters, and that tho sauce for tho goose should be the Sauce for the Gander and in giving' a. cheap '''advertise- ment to somo of your advertisers you ought to have remembered, as we rio, that Wilson and' Stur/.aker «pond their money in your advertise- ment columns, just .as P. and G. do. In this matter .you should hnvo used moro than ordinary caution, for +^r> Parsons of P. and G. is your son-in-law, and you know pooplc will draw deductions and' nm to conclusi...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

SVSCed&csfcl- Kall. Produces u Itichl.v-tluvoreil Simce. bright in color, with (.'owl k''ui>int,' qualities. No Vinegar Required. Full Diivctions with Knoll Buttle. LMUCIÎ, 1/9 ; Postale, Oil. Trj this K-ist-ncc for Making l-l AT M SAUOK. A. J. COLLINS & CO., Family Chemists, Ulverstone G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER. Running since 1893 .Still Going Strong DON'T FORGET IT. BROWN'S THE BIG STORE. ULVERSTONE. We have specially laid oureelves out to cater for your ~ HARVEST REQUIREMENTS Ia every shape and form, and to cater for them in a way that will be to our mutual satisfaction. We íisk you to make our sales of harvest requirements this year pass all previous records. "Wo confidently appeal to you to do thiß, because . WE . KNOW our stocks are large, varied, and well assorted; and YOU KNOW from experience that our prices are right every time. Test our Binder Twine, 8'd lb. It has no equal at the-price. Our Reaper uno "Bmuer' 0ii,~5s" öd per gallon tin. ...

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THE NEW ARITHMETIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

THE NEW ARITHMETIC. "In all half-a-dozon swing boats will be provided-two at the rear of the first bathing shed, and the remaining couple on the West Beach."-"Advocate." "It is understood" that the distributiv« ha3 taken some considerable time to- work out BO satisfactorily to all parties con cerjjedi

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The Late Mr. William Garrard [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

T- -T The Late Mr. William Garrard Ono ot' XaLtiro's gentlemen, a true Christian mid a perfect citizen. . lins passed over the Croat Divide after a long lite cd' activity and work. Mr Cairn rd was ol: what we term tho old scliool-really if wo sat down to analyse wh.al is meant hy old school we should probably lind-we might not admit it-- that he was ol' the school that had an its members nobody hut perfect gentlemen. Such schools are few and far between nowadays, and their mein hers are limited-very limit- ed in number. Mr Garrard was a gentleman in whom there was no guile -he wasn't capable of doing a mean underhand action, and that being so he couldn't detect the doing of same by others. Ho had a profound love for his religions beliefs and for his church. His educational accomplish- ments permitted nim to enjoy many chapters in the history of the world during his long Jil'e mat were denied to the less cultured. He Avas a pillar of the church throughout his life, and as recently as...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

POPULAR COLUMN. IA WORDS for 3d. Cash with adver tisement. We guarantee a circu- lation of 1000 copies, Can any othar paper hf Tasmania give you this value? No! IF you aro building, get a price Tor CONCRETE House; no paint; nu tfire insurance policy. FENTON, Ulver rStone. "VTOL1 want Suits at fair prices. Como iiJL "to me. J. BURNS, Ulverstone. .m/TiENTION this Paper when buying i-TjL from advertisers. A. H. COBER.N is Iiis name, A popular Tailor is the same ; He cuts and measures all himself, No misfits thrown upon ¡the shelf. What about giving him a trial order? SOCIAL AND DANCE-Are you going to it? Of course I am, and so is mv old man! M.U.I.O.O.F. flTtTILSON AND STURZAKKR, tho Ü1 ! T T vorstono Garage, Forth-road corner. Everything you want stocked, and don't forgot it. [\XTILSON AND STURZAKER sell (Tv Tyres, Tubes, Oils, etc., etc., at .-ock bottom prices. 'Phone 17.. JT7T7TLSON AND STURZAKER bave 25 I H H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. [\\71ILS0N ...

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The other side of the Picture Anzac Parade—The ruined beauty spot. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

The other side of the Picture Anzac Parade-The ruined beauty spot. "Ib is understood,'' to use a familiar phrase of the local correspondent of tho-"Advocate," that this thorn in the nosh of tile Town Councillors. Commit- ? tee is beginning to foster ¡and give them pain. It;is all very well for them,when, like a ranting parson six feet above contrac- tion, to ride tho high horse and just bluff this (bungle through and let it take its place in tho pigeon holes of thc municipality as an addled egg. But we thought the day would dawn when this crow would come home to roost, and it has done. The ''Advocate," as is their practice in local matters connect- ed with Ulverstone, content themselves to "circulate7* tho expressions of the opinions of their correspondent, and for confirmation of this we refer our readers to the "Advocate^' of Monday last. They will find under "th eheading of "Ulverstone" the principal item of newe is "Anzac Parado.'' It is a 'wonderful production,of rcfc>»>i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

HODGKINSON. LOOK 11 ERIK FOR FACTS ! TUE OLDEST VvVatelmuiker'* itttel Jeweller's ESTAB- LISHMENT in Ulverstone. Alway* a runner, and first past the post every time. NOBODY FORGETS' THIS. HODGKINSON. NIPPER DEVLIN, TIEDE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. ¡BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNER OF VICTORIA AND REIB IC-Y STREETS. Geo. Lellman, A.I.F., and myself can give you. satisfaction. Look in. W. GUY 'Phone 23. MOTOR CYCLE WORKS, REIBE Y-ST., ULVERSTONE. THE MAN WITH VICTORIAN AP- PRENTICESHIP and 7 years' experi- ence in TASMANIA. THE ONLY GARAGE SPECIALISING IN MOTOR CYCLES". REPAIRS PERSONALLY ATTENDED TO. No Mo to i's. leavo my .Establishment unley as good as now. Stabling Freo. _ Exchanges made. Sec- ond-hand Motors in stock. Agent for ithe Famous RED INDIAN MOTORS. All Accessories and Spares Stocked. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. RICHARD BOOTH, Late (F.S.A.. (F.M.S.A., Eng., ARCHITECT. HOUSE. LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT, ULVERSTONE. Telegram : R. Booth, Ulvers. . Telephone N. 7. WILSON ^^-MXTL...

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