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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

FOR NATTY TASMANIAN SOUVENIRS GO TO HODGKINSON ULVERSTONE. Tassy 9ct. Safety Tin Brooches, 4/6. Tassy 9ct. Bar Brooches, 6/6 to 12/6. Real Silver, 3/ 6 Pair. Tassy Sugar Shell Spoons, 4/6. Tassy Salt Spoons, real silver, 6/6 Pair. Blackwood Pens, 5' up. Tassy Serviette Rings, 4/6 up. GOOD USEFUL PRESENTS   TO TAKE HOME TO YOUR FRIENDS HODGKINSON WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, ULVERSTONE.   TO WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW   YEAR. THE STORE THAT SERVES Y0u BEST Has Full Stocks Of BINDER TWINE, BINDER TWINE, CORN SACKS. CORN SACKS.     WOOLPACKS. WOOL PACKS. Local Agents: CUMING SMITH & CO. SICKLE BRAND FLORIDA SUPER, NITRA 8UPER, TASMANIAN FARMERS' CO-OPER- ATIVE ASSOCIATION, LTD., BURNIE.   Support Tasmanian products and always call for I.X.L. when buying Jams, Canned Fruits, or Sauce. Children take DRAKE'S CARRA- GHEEN for Coughs and Colds, and ask for more.-(Advt.), Wet weather Buy your Oilsk...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

TO-NIGHT. MAJESTIC THEATRE, DEVONPORT Direction ........H. Lane         LENORE ULRICH LENORE ULRICH in           "THE INTRIGUE," "THE INTRIGUE," A story written round the World War. "SAUCY MADELINE" (Mack Sen- nett comedy), Gazettes, Educational, etc; TO-MORROW (tuesday), instead of Wednesday: FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and BEVERLEY BAYNE in "THE BRASS CHECK." Full Orchestra, whicii includes Italian Band. BURNIE-CENTRAL HALL. BURNIE-CENTRAL HALL. TO-MORROW NIGHT. JULIAN ELTINGE in "THE COUNTESS CHARMING.". ENID BENNETT in -     "THEY'RE OFF."     Wednesday, instead of Thursday : Francis X. Bushman and Beverley Bayne in "Thc Brass Check." TO-NIGHT CENTRAL HALL-WYNYARD. HERBERT RAWLINSON in "THE FLASH OF FATE" ROBERT WANTRILL and GENEVIEVE HAMPER in   "THE GREEN-EYED MONSTERS Two Magnificent Productions. ULVERSTON...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EXPORTS.—January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

EXPORTS.-January 4. Per ss Rotomahana, for Mel- bourne:-225 bgs peas, E. T. Clem- ents and Co. ; 1 pcl books, 13 pkgs transports, W, B. Cocker and Co., Ltd.; 4 bxs butter, River Don Trading Co., Ltd., and sundries. Rotomahana, ss, from Melbourne, via Burnie, arrived at Devonport on Saturday morning, and left during the afternoon on the return trip. She is to leave Melbourne again to-day in order that three trips may be made this week. She is due here'in the morning, and on the return trip sails for Melbourne direct. Wareatea, ss, reached Devonport on Saturday morning with a cargo of wheat; she proceeds to Launceston to complete. Marrawah, ss, from Melbourne, via ports, is due at Devonport to-day, and is to sail on return as soon as the usual engagements are complete. Tavuini, ss, is to be the produce boat for this week. She is due on Thursday from Hobart, via Burnie,   and is to sail the same night for Syd- ney direct.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE PREMIER'S PLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 6 January 1919

THE PREMIER'S PLEDGE. Mr. Lloyd George, in a speech at Pwllheli, said that he had always tried to be faithful to the principles of de- mocracy, freedom, and right, which Pwllheli first elected him to represent. He never departed from them one iota. He added: "If I betray them now, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth." .

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING HOLD-UP MARRAWAH PEINOS 51 PASSERCERS. ROTOMAHANA DUE TO-DAY WITH 219. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

MARRAWAH HElHCii 51 PASSEN GERS. IUITOMAHANA HIT. TO-DAY WITH 1'IU. Tn order ¡o relievo in a mensuro ¡he pressure upon tile Strait passenger ser vice caused liv the hold-up uf the Loongana at Melbourne, the ss Mar rawah, which arrived at lliirnie yes terday morning, brought .51 passen gers. ' In accordance with the arrangement for tile I'oiomahaila to make three hips this week instead of two, the vessel is doe on the X.W. Coast this morning. She h is on board 21!) passengers. Site is ex nected at Burnie at !> a.m., and at ll'vonpurt at ? a.m. The return trip v iii he made from Devonport direct.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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50,000 TONS OF WHEAT SALE TO NORWAY COMPLETED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

50,000 TONS OF WHEAT SA 1.1-. TO XOR WAY COMPLETED. 1 MFLÜOn'.N'K. "Monday. - Senator l!t¡-!1. Miui-ter in Charge of the Wheat Vina rd, stated to-day that tho »ale «f -"".'"O tons of wheat tn Norway liad Ie< i: i Ifcrted at a price courraient to .IS per bushel f.n.li. Tfe had just received confirmation of this from Lon don. Tlie Mini-tor "-aid that the shipments would he spread ni or the period from January to Juno of ibis year, and the r win at would la.- taken ¡rom Victorian and South Australian ports.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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36 WHEAT SHIPS FOR LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

30 WIIF. \T SHU'S FOI? LONDON*. MELBOURNE, Monday.-Tnrludine vessels now in Australian ports, 32 steamers and four sailinp; vessels are i listed to load wheat in tho Common- i wealth this month and eailv next I month on account of the Royal Com mission on Wheat Supplies. London. <

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

C. i. WEEDON AND CO., LTD., SHA11EBROKERS, . it. "Andrew's Chambers, 32 St. Jobi-. Street, LAUNCESTON. (Finn Represented on Stock Exchange.) Agents throughout tho Commonwealth. Inquiries Promptly Attended To. Telegram: "Weeden Co., Launceston." YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS ANO SALES. LATJNCftrÓN. Quotations:-Tasmania Gold, s 5d; Broken Hill, b 58/6; Magnet, b 8/.; Mt. Farrell, s 3d; North, s 8/; Round Hill, b 7/, s 8/; Read-Roscbery, s 19/9; Mt. Lyell Blocks, b 4d, V 9d; Tasman and Crown Lyell Extended, s 4d; Tasman ian Copper, s 5/9; Alt. Bischoff, b £11, s £llflO.'; do. (paid)," b £11/5/; Arba, s 4/9;"Royal George, b l/, s 3/; Pio neer, s 12/; Tongkah Harbor, b 47/; do. Compound, b 13/6 ; Dreadnought Boulder, s Cd ; Mt. Lihdsav, s £12. MELBOURNE." _ Quotations: - Blocks, b 4",d, s Cd; Tongkah Compound, b 12/6, s 13/; Har bor, b 48/3, s 50/G;' Trong, b 22/, s 24/.'

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

METAL MARKET. ] MELBOURNE, Monday.-Fo'lowing arr the latest metal quotations: ; Copper: Stamin rd, spot, £112; 3 months, £F3/10.'; electrolvtie, Ï121. Lead: Soft foreign, spot, £37/10'; forward, £37/10,'. Spelter: Spot, £52; forward, £52. , Tin: Standard, spot, £236/5/; three fifonths, £231/15/. " eaves iStaoslarcl, 4/0 7-1«.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARINE COARD FINANCES BURNIE AND TABLE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

MARINE COARD FINANCES BÜHNTE AND .TABLÉ CAPE. r ollowing is _a comparativo state ment oí wharfages, harbor dues; etc., received nt Burnie and Wynyard for the month of-December, 1917-1918: ,lM , , 1917. , . 1918. :_Wharfages. ' :?.,?:£ . s- d s d Inwards . Burnie .., 320 - 2 8 : 220 15 8 -Wynyard ,.. 26 ll 9 24 I? 4 Outwards Burnio ." 118 7 8 205 13 0 . Wynyard ' 6 10 10 13 10 3 Harbor DueS Burnio ... ... 105 15 8 108 18 10 Wynyard 1 0 8 13 4 Storage Burnio . 0 7 3 4 2 7 Wynyard ...-. Receiving Char- ' ' gos, Burnie 3 5 1 13 14 10 Totnls ... 582 1 7 591 15 i The following is a comparativo statement of the wharfages, * hainor dues, etc., for the 12 months ended 1917-1918:- :-;.?'/. ;. 1917.; '- 1918. 'Wharfages. £ s d £ s d Inwards Burnie . 2707 8 2 ' 2765 i Ù Wynyard! 134 4 .0 211 8 ll Outwards Bifrnio.1241 0 1 3167 4 4 Wynyard 36 10 4 115 13 1 Harbor Dues- ? ,. Burnie. 1282 15 7: 1448 16 6 Wynyard 7 9 8 9 ll 10 Storage Burnie., 87 10 9 94 IO 4 Wynyard 2 3 6 - 1 ll 0 Receiving Char- ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"COMMONWEALTH YEAR BOCK" [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

R..j"Crt!MI)NWE\i:H YFAR BO(K" BVj; '-TV Commonwealth. Year Book" ir'i- produced under the able direction of eät -Mr (;. H. Knibbs, C.M.G., ' the Com |H ir,.ii!u-.:iltb Statistician. It furnishes uiir,.fted statistics for the whole per ii.r >.f Australian settlement, ? from 17- tn 1917; not only are the re sub - given for the Commonwealth ns a i^H uhol-. but also for each State fhere '^B in. In addition, however, to what >^H nv.iv bc called nurdy statistical matter cur b i.site contains "special articles on f^H subi, r ts nf more or less permanent in I^Bt. ri-t. Tims in this, the eleventh fj^B is-ii'-. which reached us yesterday, g^Htbere is a special article dealing with I^Htlie climatic- factors influencing scttle ?^?ri'ient in Australia, a matter of out |^H*v>,rld development after the war. A f-a I ere nf this volume is the usc jj^Hwltifk bas been made of mans and din j^^Bcrranis, which help thc reader or stn ¡?^?dem properly to appreciate the pro 9Hp.'-s nf events or th...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and.Colda. A dose relieves : t> bottle cures.-(Advt.). 8HIPP1HO. jJNION LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weather and other circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNE S.S. ROTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Tuesday, Jannary 7, 6 a.m. Thursday', January 9, C a.m. Saturday, January ll, 8.30 p.m. From Devonport-^Tuesday, Jan " -uaTy~f, 3-p.iii., direct. Thursday, Jan. 9, 3 p.m., direct. Saturday, Jan. ll, via Burnie. On Tuesday and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, nnd midday train from Burnie con nects. . Saturday, from Burnie as usual. Cargo received only subject to spe cial arrangement, and must bo booked at Iceni offices. FOR SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE S.S. TAVIUNI. From Burnie- Wednesday, Jan ".-.tiary 8.' From Devonport- Thursday, Jan uary 9. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly. 'Agent for Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. M E (.BOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE From Stanley-S.S. Perth. From Dovonport-S.S....

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THE GERMAN WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

THE GERMAN WAY. ' ' i jmb ia mu uerJuan w.iy, LHO leaflet continues. "Do nat1 be fooled by chattering tongues,'nor seek each day for a fresh stimulant to your nerves; think of those who/unwoary ingly performing trivial tasks, wait and work and help out there, cease lessly carrying out their duties, small and great alike. Do not forget how many million German citizens]. * must also do their bit, until something great again comes to pass. _'-, "And if you would know how mat ters stand-how far wo have advan ced, and how far we still have to go' -then sit calmly down before the ¡Ledger of your Fatherland-Hinden burg's Ledger. Everyone of you can (glance through its pages-everyone lean read it and see the tremendous entries which we have been able to post to our credit up to the present time."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LLOYD GEORGE'S TEAM PROBABLE APPOINTMENTS WHO WILL LEAD LABOR? [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

LLOYD GEORGE'S TEAM PROBABLE APPOINTMENTS WHO WILL LEAD LABOR? The Parliamentary correspondent of ¡ tho London "Times"' says that Mr. Lloyd George will reconstruct the Cabinet after a few days seclusion at his home at Criccicth. He will find almost the whole of tho leading offices nt his disposal, owing to necessary changes and impending retirements, which will include those of Mr. Donar Law (Chancellor of the Exchequer), Lord .Milner (Minister for War). Sir Eric Geddes (First Lord of the Admiralty), Lord Robert Cecil (Assistant Foreign Secretary), and Mr. Balfour (Foreign Secretary). It is believed that Mr. Winston Churchill (Minister for Munitions), Mr. Fisher (President of the Board of Education), Dr. Addison (Minister for Bccoastruetion), and Sir Antkland Geddes (President of the Local Gov 'firnment Board) twill receive promo tion. Mr. Fisher is mentioned as Mr. Bal four's successor. Mr. Montagu (Secretary of State for India) and Sir Albert Stanley (Pre sident- of thc Board of T...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THREE WAR STORIES HERO OF THE FORTIETH. AUSTRALIANS' PLUCK AND RESOURCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

THREE WAR STORIES < HERO OF THE FORTIETH. AUSTRALIANS' PLUCK AND RESOURCE. Tho following incidents, illustrating in turn the pluck, astuteness and in itiative of the Australian soldier, have been culled from official reports which recently reached the Defence Depart ment from A.I.F. headquarters, Lon don: During an advance a sergeant of the 40th Battalion, seeiug tho 37th Bat talion was held up on his left, organ ised a small party on his own initia tive, and in broad daylight, and un der very intense machine gun firo he dealt successively with five nests of enemy machine guns. He rushed three guns ono after another, and did wonderful execution with his pistol, and finally, when this was empty, had a hand-to-hand fight with a German, who ha'd charged him with a bayonet. His dash completely surprised the enemy, and the crews of the last two guns made off, leaving the coast clear for tho 37th Battalion to advance." Four Australian soldiers succeeded, somewhere about the sam...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RETURNED MEN JEERED AT VICTIMS OF DESPICABLE CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

RETURNED MEN JEERED AT VICTIMS OF DESPICABLE CONDUCT. In .i speech at Armidale (N.S.W.), Licnt.-CoL Abbott, M.P.. replying to complaints by members of the Glen In nes Returned Soldiers- and Sailors' Im perial League that "dirty slurs" were being cast on them by various sections of tho community, said that Glen Innes was not alone in that respect. Queens land members had told him that in cer tain parts of that State returned men had bad to take their badges off to avoid getting "a rough time," that they had been jeered at by certain ?sections for having been "fook enough"" to fight. Lieut.-Col. Abbott urged the men to stick together. When the other boys came bick there would be enough to mould public opinion, and it would bc their own fault if tlicy were not soon the most powerful force in Australia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH-WESTERN NEWS DELORAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

NORTH-WESTERN NEWS ! DELORAINE. '] ?Ton-Ut Koi.l t.. (iront Kike.-Mr.!; A. Jîaxnell and a gaily of «urkmen pro- , ceeded to the Great Lake yesterday nf- ; ternuon to carry on further construe- \ tion work «ii the Tourist road, for | uhit'li anutlior JCIUOO has teen made* available. Thc gang will be roinfor- j ced at (¡olden Valley and Lilley, .so , good progress should be made with tho J work this .summer. A splendid sailing ( boat has Leen secure;! for thc Chud- , leigh Lake district, aud will be avail- | ablo in about three weeks' time. Tho , enjoyment of tourists visiting this-lo- j cality should, as a result, bo mntori- ¡ ally added to. . ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SHOWROOM . SPECIALS -AT BEATTIES MILLINERY.-Ready-to-Wear Hats, in Saxe, Vieux Rose, Nigger, Navy, Black, Black and White, Green, Mastic, Pink and Black, 8/6,10/0, 12,6, 13.6, 15/6. Stitched Sdk Hats, in Tussore, Brown, Navy, Black, White, Cream, Pink, V. Rose, 2/11, 3/6, .4/11, to 10/6. . Panama Hats. Special Value, 9/6, ll/0¿-12/0, 14/11, ; . . 17/6. COSTUMES!-Tussoro Palm Beach Coat anil Skirt, with Navy Stripe, Pla¡n ? Tussore Collar and.Cliffs, Special at 49/6.. Palm Beach Costume, Sand C olor, with Brown ? - Buttons and Stitchings, Cheap at 67/6. ? » Smart Over Check, Grey Meet, with Sash, at 651. ; ? Poplin Custnmcs, in Saxe, Tussore, Navy, 39/6, 15/, 47/G. Ivory Whito Silk, with Blue Stitchings, at 79/6. ROBES.-Checked Zephyr Robes, in Saxe and Pink, with Plain Collars and . . Cuffs", at 27/C, 29/6., * ? ????? Whito Liuo-i RobepSaxo Collar and Buttons, at 37 6 . Vieux Roso l:obe, White Collar and CufFa, at Pink Check Zephyr, Plain Collar and-Cuffs, at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUSAND'S PAID FOR CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

THOUSAND'S PAID FOR CALVES. Tho boora , in-stud-cattle in tho Uni jted Kingdom continues, nnd each ?week, according to mail ndvices, new records in prices arebeing established, despite the embargo on - the export trade. At, thc October sales of Short horn - cattle, for instance, fabulous sums wero paid for young stock. At tho sale of Mr. Duthie's . draft of Collynio Shorthorns a dark roan bull calf,"dropped on March 28 Inst, was sold at tho record price of 4200 guin eas, : while another record was 1550 fruineas for a white heifer calf. The latter record, however, was eclipsed a few dava later at a sale nt Aberdeen, when Mr. Mitchell, of Boquhnn, rea lised-1800 guineas for 'a six-months old heifer calf. . At ah inquest on the body of Samuel 'A. Hulley, 40, boot operator, who shot himself with a Winchester rifle iu Dare bin Creek on 27th ult., a verdict of sui cide was returned. Dr. O'Brien, De puty Coroner; said the evidence showed that deceased was in bad health, and drended having ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOST PROFITABLE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

' MOST PROFITABLE MILK. Tho North Coast Co-operative Com pany (N.S.W.) made 2203 tons of nutter during the half-year' ended October 21: ' ' The average price re "ceived for tho butter was l/5.3d per lb. The company in dealing with cream ? and pork turned over a mil lion and a quarter sterling during the , year. These prices seem very good now to the dairy fanners, but some authorities in the industry believe that they can be increased. There is a strong movement in New South Wales towards the adoption of measures by which the last shilling could be extrac ted from the production of primary products. The dairy farmers, being combined in co-operative« association, are in a better position to deal with the matter than any other producers in the State, having already the ma ' chinery at hand to protect their in terests and improvo their marketing facilities. The president of the Primary Producers' Union is the spokesman for tho leading fanners, who urgo that, if it pays better to produc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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