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ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE INVESTITURE AT SYDENY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE   INVESTITURE AT SYDNEY.     SYDNEY, Monday.—This afternoon the Governor-General and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson gave an "At Home" at Admiralty House, Sydney, and held an investiture in connection with the Order of the British Empire. Those in- vested were: Madame Melba, D.RE. ; Sir Owen Cox, Iv.IVE. ; Mrs. Mary Antill, CHE.; Mr. H. E. Bud (l.n. CU.E. ; Mis; Oladvs Owen. O.ll.E. ; Mr«. Ethel laidley, M.R.E.; Mi.s Nancv Consett Stephen. M.B.E.; Mi« Kate'fein. M.R.E. ; Mr. Ferdin- and Du [loise. M.Ü.E.J and Mr. C. E. De Walker. M.P.E. There will be further investitures when the necessary insignia arrives.  

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

SMITHTON.   After lim Holidays.-Smithton has < settled down to solid business after ¡ theXmas and New Year holidays, tho workers and others bavins; got baek into their old stride. The town it- , self has been full of visitors, the an nual conference of Christian Brethren having drawn a full complement from far and wide. Bacon Factory. The «proposed co operativo baron factory not having met with the success which tho provi sional directors expected from tho district farmers and settlers, a move ment is afoot to start a proprietary venture adjacent to the town. Welcome Home. On Friday night, in the Smithtown Town Hall, a wel come home was tendered to Ptes. C. V. Boote and E. Cure, both soldiers having done their bit on the battle fields of France. A hearty welcome was accorded by those present, after which supper was provided, and danc ing was indulged in till a late hour. Bush Fires,-Thc weather has turn ed out hot of late, and the summer bush , fires, if smok...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WOODEN SHIPBUILDING CONTRACTS NOT CANCELLED THE PROGRESS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

WOODEN SHIPBUILDING   CONTRACTS NOT CANCELLED THE PROGRESS AT SYDNEY. MELBOURNE, .tfunday-5ír. Porn ton, Minister- f.ir Sliipnii.;;, R:;:te;l to day that no stft'S "»d kaeix t-\l.ca by the Commonwealth Government to <an»el any of tho three contract for i nihllng wnudcn shins in Sydney. Three contracts are prout'ding í't   Sydey, csch fur t'ai' conitiv.ut'on of M':; nv.-den ÎC-..VN. -U .Mesura. Kid man ai!;'. Jh.voh's yards actual ship building h.-.< h.Muu, hilt mit much pro- gres; ins yet iii cn made. At Messrs. Hughes, Martin, andWashington's   yards two Lvl-i have bern laid, and a beginning made with the construction     of the main timbers. The Wallace Boat Power Company has a number of frames erected, but has not yet reach- ed the construction stage.  

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE INVESTITURE AT SYDENY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 7 January 1919

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE   INVESTITURE AT SYDNEY.     SYDNEY, Monday.—This afternoon the Governor-General and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson gave an "At Home" at Admiralty House, Sydney, and held an investiture in connection with the Order of the British Empire. Those in- vested were: Madame Melba, D.RE. ; Sir Owen Cox, Iv.IVE. ; Mrs. Mary Antill, CHE.; Mr. H. E. Bud (l.n. CU.E. ; Mis; Oladvs Owen. O.ll.E. ; Mr«. Ethel laidley, M.R.E.; Mi.s Nancv Consett Stephen. M.B.E.; Mi« Kate'fein. M.R.E. ; Mr. Ferdin- and Du [loise. M.Ü.E.J and Mr. C. E. De Walker. M.P.E. There will be further investitures when the necessary insignia arrives.  

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

SMITHTON.   After lim Holidays.-Smithton has < settled down to solid business after ¡ theXmas and New Year holidays, tho workers and others bavins; got baek into their old stride. The town it- , self has been full of visitors, the an nual conference of Christian Brethren having drawn a full complement from far and wide. Bacon Factory. The «proposed co operativo baron factory not having met with the success which tho provi sional directors expected from tho district farmers and settlers, a move ment is afoot to start a proprietary venture adjacent to the town. Welcome Home. On Friday night, in the Smithtown Town Hall, a wel come home was tendered to Ptes. C. V. Boote and E. Cure, both soldiers having done their bit on the battle fields of France. A hearty welcome was accorded by those present, after which supper was provided, and danc ing was indulged in till a late hour. Bush Fires,-Thc weather has turn ed out hot of late, and the summer bush , fires, if smok...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"GROWING DAILY" SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM IN GERMANY SPARTACUS COUP REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

I "GROWING DAILY" ?SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM IN GERMANY I SPARTACUS COUP REPORTED. ÍNEW V073K. Mondar. - Tîic United Tress Association's Kerlin correspond ent states that although" German Bol shevism is primarily an intellectual movement, unattended hr violence, it is Kroiring slowly. Thu growth is duo to several causes-rhielly to Rumian a(d tators, who are speudinü ninney and ül>readin£ propaganda freely anions thc (¡orman workmen, and to the prowins Tear that capitalism intends to exploit Germany. Later.-It is reported that the fipar tnrusites have attempted a coup d'etat in Berlin.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BERLIN ISOLATED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

H BF.RT.IX I?OIiATF.T). !A Berlin mcssa'-'e states that the Spaitaeusites nu Sunday attempted to seize power. They occupied the AVolff newspaper office and other moans of communication with the outside world. Ko details are available. |

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHORT CUT HOME MEN MAY PAY OWN FARE. MEDAL REPLACES GALLIPOLI STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

KL SHORT CUT HOME 7j£ MEN MAY PAY OWN FARE. I' MEDAL. REPLAUSS GALLIPOLI STA H. Demobilisation orders in Loudon pro vide ior extended Icare to enable ap plicants to return to Australia for busi ness, educational, or family reasons, provided they pay their own fares and 6¡nn au agreement forego:ng pay and allowanced. Similar provisions govern return to Australia for discharge. Colonel T. II. Dodd, officer in charge ¡it llorseferrv road, announces that decision has been reached by which the 1011-15 modal will luke the plate of the Gullipoü Siar. It has been decided that the medal shall bo issi:ed to all Ilritish soldiers who fmmht iii IOU ami l!'l"). including the Australian mechani cal transport, tho siege-gunr.ors, An zrcs who fought in Ky pt, tho first New Guinea expedition, and the Aus tralian naval unit-; aboard warships. The lV.'H-l.j ribbon is similar to that nf the Mons me ¡al. A sinnll quantity has boen sont to Australia, b<:t Colonel . Dodds has ordered large supp...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. Sale.-Tasman ami Crown Lvoll Ex tended, 2d. Quotations.-Tasmania, 1> od; Bro ken Hill, b 51'; Magnet, b 8/3, s 9/3; Farrell, s 3d; North Farrell, s 8/6; Hound Hill, b 7/9, s 8 o; Mt. Read and Rosebery Amalg., s 19/3 : Lyell Blocks, h od, s"8d; Tasman and Crown Lyell Extended, b 1 Jd, s 2Jd; Tasmanian Copper, s 59; Mt. Bischoff, -1> £11, s CU'10'; do. (paid), b £11 o', s £12 10'; Arba, s 4/8; Royal (ieorge, s 3.'; Pioneer, s 12.'6; Tongkah Harbor, b -IS'; Compound, s 13.'; Dreadnought Boulder, s 6d: Mt. Lindsay, s £12; do. (paid), £12; New Ruby Flat, s H MELBOURNE. Quotations: Mt. Lyell, b 25,', 5 25/4-, Lvel! Blocks, b lid,".s 5d; Compound, h'12/0, s 13'3; Harbor, b 48/6, s 50/;. Trong, b 22/6.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TO-DAYS WEATHER FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

TODAYS WEATHER FORECAST HOBART, Tuesday.-Following is to-morrow's weather forecast: Generally fine and cool, with south westerly winds, moderating on the coast; smooth to moderate seas.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TRADE OF THE PORT OF BURNIE SIX YEARS OF STEADILY SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

; . TRADE OF THE PORT OF BURNIE -j -* SIX YEARS OF STEADILY SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT ¡j Thé" following interesting table shows nt a glance how the trade of th( port of Burnie has increased during the years 1912-1918: IMPORTS. 1912. 1913. 1911. 1915 1916. 1917. 1918 General eargo, ' tons ... 11,006 9,155 7,760 7,930 7,860 C,110 Fruit, mea sured, tons ' 870 1,027 816 707 471 1,011 Flour, bran and pol- ? ' lard, tons 1,066 1,827 1.351 402 - G61 1,070 Wheat, tons ll 107 77 24 58 77 Oats, tons 59 116 ? "135 112 213 191 Chaff, tons 7 5 ' 4 ' 285 44 124 . Potatoes,. . . tons;.. ... CO 268 : 36 42 89 69 Sugar, tons 439 ' 580 580 580 65Í 644 Salt, tons 102 107 170 211 124 125 Kerosene, cases ... 4,930 5,920" 5,371. 5,813 6,047 4,703 Motor spirits, ? cases ... 1,811 2,959 3,265 4,197 5,236 4,7'S Manures, tons ... 982 1,436 1,613 1849 3.C081 ' 1,543 Cornsucks, ? - j . tons.. 203 .? 303 499 552 -, 441 .. -, 245 Explosives, ,... . tons ... ... . 73 79 ' 42 49 : 48 52 Con! and coke, tits. 5,658 5,88...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SENATE VACANCY SUCCESSOR TO BE NAMED NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

THE SENATE VACANCY - SUCCESSOR TO HE XáJIK!) NiAT WEEK. 1Í0BAHT, Ti.i-sd«>-Spchins t., .!.. Attornoy-Oeiicrnl as lo tl.* c'i<ti..n ,.. a senator to lill thc vacancy cm-, d l,v Mr. J. J. Long's retirement. ¡¡mi ¡li, method of election tu he follotvi il, il:'. Propsting said he did not thiid; il t.. - covary fur ii member of the fit .ii.- I'..' liameiit to resign before being *...'.<?:, :, as this war, not r.n c-Iecticn in the . r dinary sense, hut a choice tu hr in ?<'. . by members of both Houses. 'Iii r . could be no nomination in the u-u.d way, but candidates nou'd have l i ? nominated and seconded by a nu mli r of Parliament, and from lim e -i brought before the IHm-cs a r-le.ti.a would lie made hy exhaustive lull.it The joint sitting of the two Hui;-i for tho purpose uf making the sclec-inn viii he held on 'Wednesday, January 15. _

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

Tho friends of Captain Ons. i;¡]. i mour, D.S.O., will bu plcand to Km I that ho is on his way home tu 'ins. mani» after activo servira in thc ¡Iii tish Aviation Department. CVptaia Gilmour was turned down on i""r,, than ono occasion, and then he *.,i!i-d for JCnghind and was ncu-pic! by [|". Homo utithoritii-3. Ile enlisted ¡m,| served in the Royal Air Force, and Wim distinction ns indicated. Ile h,-- ;|I." scoured tho Greek war medal and thu Grecian Order nf tho Itedc nn r 1er ic; ill air work in that country. Captain Gilmour has been ahx-iii t¡,r Ur.co years. His brother, Duncan, wi,,, 's an Anzac, is also returning. ll<,t|| aro sons of Mr. Chas. Gilmunr, "f Somerset. Mrs. I/. Middap, of 'Wynyard, lin been officially inr.irmrd that her M,n Keith, who has been in Germany ns a priror.tr of war for some time, has been ivp.itrhted. Un arrived in lin», la lid on 2?rd Dcceinher. Sir ll. A. K-.'tsvt. K.'.V-'.Ï.. K.C.V.U has been appi-inted t-> the c<>i"-t nf ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"ALMOST DISAPEARED" MENACE OF INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

H "ALMOST DISAPPEARED" HMKX\CB OF INFLUENZA. fCUiOVUMï, Tiieday.-Dr. Cump (¡lircctnr of Quarantine) lias re ,*ii lins iihnu-t disappeared from iyl tlic Pacific Islands. He states # ii ? it 11 rr outlreak may bc expee ffi alunit 12 months' time, but that MM «jiiarantine authorities would be IHII io « casi's have occurred in any ^^Kho Commonwealth Quarantine Stn MjiuHÎ.VRT VACCINE DEPOT ^BfiPiAftT. Tuesday.-In view of the I^HK.' in tho influenza epidemic, the ^Hrino 1), put at Hobart is to be ^Bil mi Saturday,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

^^Brns causo more trouble than a lot j^^Vili; Eerious ailments. Most people M^Hicir corns RO uncared for just be it is too much bother to attend gM^Bcm. Russian Corn Solrent is no j-W^Bi, it is simply applied, and gives Price 1/3, post free, from It. gBflvinston, Chemist, DeronDorî and

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HEAVY LAUNCESTON LOSSES. FUGEST APPEAL FOR RELIEVING STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

HEAVY LAUNCESTON LOSSES. FUGEST APPEAL FOR RELIEVING STEAMER. IcUíXCESTOX, Tuesday.-A move ment is teing made by the mercantile community in Launceston in an endea vor to brins about an improvement in the shipping trndo of the port. This morning. Mr. W..T. Miller (president of thc Chamber of Commerce), forwar ded the following wiro to the Premier: The launceston Chamber of .Com merce strongly supports the resolu tion to yoiir Government by tho Ho bart Chamber in connection with thc shipping difficulty and the consequ ent holding up of tho Loongana, and sincerely hopes that steps will be taken as soon ns possible to relieve the present serious position. To-day, thc Master Warden of thc Launceston Marine Board (Mr. E. H. IJitchie) dispatched the following wiro to the Melbourne manager of tho Union Steamship Company: Will your company endeavor to re place the Loongana by tile Manuka or another delayed boat in Sydney for a couple of trips, to relieve stranded passengers and tourists? I ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LOONGANA STILL WAITING FOR CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

T.OOXGAXA STILT. WAITING FOR CREW. MEL-BOURNE, Tuesday.-No change has t:>ken piare in connection with tho ? teamer Loongana, which ia still wait ing, fer a crew, thc old crew having ceased work and no other men having come fenvard to tako their places. Meanwhile, no vessel is leaving for I.ai'Bceston. end the only sea communi ât inn with Tasmania is"ria the North West.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STATE PREMIER'S SUGGESTION. "DISSOLVE THE UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

STATE rnroiiEU's SUGGESTION. "DISSOLVE THE TJXTOX." I HORART, Tuesday. - The State Premier has wired to the Acting Prime Minister conveying thc resolution pass ed hy the. Hobart Chamber of Com merce on Monday night, with regard to the holding up of the Loongana. The Premier added: The State Government very strongly supports tho resolution, and emnhasises the serious loss to thc railways and business generally in this State through tho action of the T.oongana's crew". Hope you will pive us your sympathetic assistance and influence, nnd that every effort will he made by thc Commonwealth Government to compel thc immedi ate resumption of thc service. Subsequently the Premier wired Mr. AVatt, on behalf nf thc Chamber of Commerce, asking him to use his influ ence in scouring thc renewal of the Loongana service, even to thc extent cf dissolving the Firemen and Trim mers' Vitien, if tbev failed to secure n crew for that steamer.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
VICTORIAN MINERAL PRODUCTION RECORD FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

VICTORIAN MINERAL PRODUCTION RECORD'FIGURES. MEL-UOURXE, Tuesday.-Tho Mines Department announces flint tho min eral production for 1917 was valued at «12,902,719, which is the highest in the history of the State, and it is expected that thc 1918 figures, though they will not bc available for some weeks, will come very near the 1917 total. The department estimates the aggre gate mineral production to tho end of 1918 at about £200.000.000. Coal con tributed £5,000.000; silver lend, £SO, OCO.COO; and gold. .£62,000,000. The coal production for tho past year amounted to 8,292.867 tons.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ELIGIBLES IN PUBLIC SERVICE RETURNED SOLDIERS' PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 8 January 1919

ELIGIBLES IN PUBLIC SERVICE RETURNED SOLDIERS' PROTEST. " MELPOÜRXE, Tuesday.-À" * depu tation representing the Returned Sold iers' League, waited on Mr. Watt (Acting Primo ^Minister) this morn ing to urge that eligibles who had not enlisted should be dismissed from the Public Service in order to make room for returned soldiers. Mr. Watt said that tho matter was one for the Repatriation Department, and he would lay their request before Senator Millen. Preference was giv en, Mr. Watt said, in all temporary employment whoro returned soldiers could bo found to do the work.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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