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ARE YOU GOING [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

ARE YOU GOING You won't forgot the social and   dance in connection with M.U.I.O.O.F. Look into oour advertisement columns for particulars. We can say nothing more by way of recommendation than they say unless it is that as everybody seems now to he out catering for the dancers they are all using strenuous exertions to outvie one another, and what the com- mittee of this particular social and dance have omitted to provide in the way of the best of everything cannot be mentioned, for it does not exist.     So roll up and make the evening a bonza one for yourselves and all your   companions there. The music will be of the best. The floor will be speci- ally prepared. The tucker will make your mouth water to eat it; and the general arrangements being in the hands of a vigorous committee, with Mr George Wells as the star turn in same-what more can anybody wish for. So reserve the 26th for this social.  

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 24 January 1920

CRICKET. Tho following will represent the Wed- nesday Half-Holiday Club in a challenge match with the Ulverstone Club on Cen- tenary Day at Ulverstone, play to com- mence at 11 a.m. : A. DEVON (Captain).     CLOSE {Vice). TREBELCO. SHAW. LEHMAN. HOUSE. PURKISS. SHARP. ELLIS. SCOTT. ROBERTS. Emergencies : LOCKET, BRICQNELL. REYNOLDS. G. E. SCOTT, Secretary.        

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"HIS WORSHIP." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

"HIS WORSHIP." The immortal bard, Shakespeare, can always supply us with an apt quo- tation to fit present day circumstances. "Thc seven ages of man" put into the mouth of the melancholy Jaques speaks of "The Justice wit]) fair round belly, with good capon lined." ""With eyes severe, and bearded ol' formal cut," "Full of wisc saws and modern in- stances." The particular condition of the beard or the absence of it altogether and the rotundity or otherwise of tho '^Little Marys" of our present day Justices count for nothing-but the severity of the "glad eye" they fix on the unfor- tunate occupants of thc box on their right band and tho weak jokes they crack aro things all to be reckoned with. Recently, in fact within the last few days, we have had a slice of good luck from headquarters in their appointing Mr Fred. L. Parsons to tho office ol' Justice of tho Peace. Wo tondor him our congratulations upon the recognition by the authorities of his efforts on all occasions" to play the par...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A Challenge Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

A Challenge Match. Much local interest is being taken in the Devlin-Wilson match, arranged to come off at tho Ulverstone Regatta on Wednesday next. Negotiations have been in progress for some time be- tween the representatives of the two parties, and Ave are pleased to be the urst to announce that at last a person has been found that both parties could trust in CVIr Richard Robinson, a new- comer to the town that neither of them knows anything about, so they are tak- ing the risk. The encounter is the longest out of three dives off a sta- tionary board. £50 a side has actu- ally been entrusted with Mr Robinson -a- fearful risk, some folks might say, seeing he lives in such a lonely part of the district. The timekeeper is Mr George Patrick Taylor, and the starter is the scurrulous Editor of the "Leven 'Lever," whilst it is understood a pro- minent local medical man is to act as . judge, and may be called upon to pro- vide "first aid to the drowning" if things go as is expected they w...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WK CAN SUPPLY IN Sycles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Forks, Potato iForks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Caus. Petroleum Jelly. AT THE HOME OF HARDWARE NOVELTIES. iE. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. 'Phone, 56. [ULVERSTONE F0R TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. IALWAYS PUT MY HORSE UP - AT ?FURNER'S HOTEL STABLES, ' BUN '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 'time by the. forelock and got measured to-day at THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S, ULVERSTONE, Are the men 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 the time to make your Purchases i...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"Spuds Aren't In It!" [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

"Spuds Aren't In lt!" "Why bother growing spuds at £¡28 a ton, Afr Farmer? Isn't Mr A. B. . Marshall, of South dunn's Plains, on à far better wicket? '"What dd you think of this for a dun oat fact? Ho grew a single.stool with 39 heads on it, and in three of the heads taken promiscu- ously^ from the stool '246 grains were» counted. This ¡means . that, from one grain of oat set by Mr Marshall ho has a return of 320O grains. There isj no fairy tale or fish story ateout this the heads have heen on exhibition in the towrn. Wc shall he gladi to hoar if anybody can go one better either in spuds or dun oats.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Ulverstone Rowing Club Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

Ulverstone Rowing Club Regatta. This has caught on ; it is the talk of the town, and if the weather is warm and fine will draw the biggest crowd to the river banks and on the river that has been seen for years past. A sub- division of labor on the part of the members and an energetic hon_ secre- tary and assistant secretary, working under tho eagle- aye of "Parsons, «J.P.," is making it a moral certainty that success will bo written across the whole enterprise when the curtain is .rung down on it in the late hours of the 25th inst. Remember the programme is Re- gatta, Picture Show, Dance, and home to bed. ak ak ak

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"Justice is my Plea." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

.T- T- ^ "Justice is my Plea." Copy of letter read at the Council meeting on Saturday last: Ulverstone, February 12/20. The Warden and Councillors Leven Municipality. Gentlemen,-As I feel I have not re- ceived fair treatment at thc hands of tho town councillors on electric light malters I desire to lay my case before you. Some time ago I .applied for installa- tion at my residence in Moore-street, and offered to provide the poles and pay for erection ; this was turned down by thom. A few months later my nearest neighbor in Moore-street, and nearly straight across, asked ¡Mr Lakin if he could get thc light, and tho reply was "Yes." This without any poles being provided. Then I applied again, and mentioned Messrs. Brandon and llobinson as re- sidents in thc vicinity who desired the light. This was over six months ago, and was dealfc with last week by the town councillors, when they also con- sidered a large scheme embracing sev- eral other boutes and estimated to cost £.38. This was a...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Cartwright's Pictures EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

Cartwright's Pictures EVERY FRIDAY NIG'HT. Another splendid audience on Friday last enjoyed one of tho best pro- grammes ever offered by Mr Cart- wright, and certainly if such a thing is possible his reputation as tho premier picture king on the Coast is increasing as the result of his untiring efforts to secure absolutely tho best and the lat- est of everything in pictureland. To-night, Friday, 20th, as our ad- vertisement columns show, there is an-evening of absolutely unsurpassed enjoyment offered. "Gambling in Souls/' featuring Madlaine Traverse, apart from "Fox Freedom," with Wil- liam Farnum as principal actor, should .fill the Town Hall, but in addition there will be thc sixth section of "The Railroad Raiders," and our old friends, "the long and tho short of it," "Mutt and Jeff," and Fox's World's News. One word in our readers' ears, next Saturday George Walsh in "Never Say Quit," and the following Friday "Du ¡Barry" and the sensa- tional Japanese film, "Fan ¡Fan." Keep Frida...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

XMCediosbl Hall. j Tomato Sauce Essence Produces a Riehly-flaforeü Sauce, bright in color, with good koeping qualities. No Vinagrar Required. Pull Directions with Each Bottle. PRICK, 1/9 ; Postage, Oil. Tr* thiB Esx-nce for Makiujj . PLUM SAUCE. A. J. COLLINS & CO., Family Chemins, Ulverstone. G. P. TAYLOR The old established JEWELLER. Running since 1893 Still Going Strong DON'T FORGET IT. BIG YIELDS Result -wheo, particular attention is paid to the character of the seed sown. We confidently appoal to you to oome and inspect our old seaeon's "Vic- torian Algerian Oats. The quality is tip-top, and> the price is right. Big, plump grain-clipped, graded, and drossed-what more can you desire? See, too, our sample of old season's Tasmanian Algerian Oats. Tho quality and price will appeal to you. Why be content with thc second best when tlie best awaits you at our Store. ' . You cannot do better than "The Beat," so come and inspect our stocks. Genuine, Belfast Sewing Twine of th...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

POPULAR COLUMN. MWORDS for 3d. Cash with adver- tisement.- We guarantee a circu- lation of 1000 copies. Can any other paper in Tasmania give you this value? No! r 'VT'OU want Suits at fair prices. Cottle rJL to me. J. BURNS, Ulverstone. ? ^ ALL adverisements for next issue nlust bo to hand by Wednesday, ll a.Qi. A. H. COBERN is Ins name, 1 / A popular Tailor is the same; '?.)' He cuts and measures all himself, ; No misfiits thrown upon the shelf. ?. ; What about giving him a trial order? rWÄTILSON AND STURZAKER, the UI . v ? verstone Garage, Forth-road corner. Everything you want stocked, and don't forget it. \:'. r\«TILSÖN AND STURZAKER . isell 'TT Tyres, Tubes, Oils, otc, etc., at ;*ock bottom prices. 'Phone 17. ; ¡\\fTLSON AND STURZAKER have 25 I*» H.P. Limousine for hire, day or night. Steady reliable driver. rWlTlILSON AND STURZAKER make no charge for reporting upon condition of .¡motors or bikes. rClTILSON AND STURZAKER give es [Tv ' timates, with specification on the epot. 'P...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
What Next? [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

What Next ? "Ho put in lu's thumb and he pulled out a plum," And said "What a good !boy am ll." -Nursery Rhyme. Has anybody ever heard of a Warden in cold blood deliberately asking his fellow councillors to propose, second, and pass a motion of confidence .in a. committee of which ho is the chair- man ? At the Council meeting on Sat- urday 'last such a thing happened, and our Electric Ijight Committee were duly whitewashed. "Thc Advocate," in winding up a special jmragraph in Monday's issue, headed "Not fairly treated-Ul- verstone grievance-Council xipliolds Warden-remarked that a motion of entire confidence in the E.L. Commit- tee was moved by Councillor Filleul and seconded by Councillor A. D. W. Tongs, and was carried unanimously. "The Advocate" didn't also remark that the chairman of that committee had publicly asked them to bo good enough to pass such a motion ! That is the other side of the picture that you Don't always fpet in "The Advocate's" Ulverstone news. A chairman aski...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 21 February 1920

HODGKINSON. ,m " 'Phono 12. LOOK HERiE FOR FACTS ! THE OLDEST Watchmaker's and Jeweller's ESTAB LISHMtENT in Ulverstone. Always a runner, and first past the post every time. NOBODY FORGETS THIS. HODGKINSON. ,_. 19 'Phone 12. NIPPER DEVLIN, THE HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCO- NIST. BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING. CORNER OF VICTORIA AND REIBE'Y STREETS. Geo. Lohman, A.I.F., and myself can give you satisfaction. Look in. W. GUY 'Phone 23. MOTOR CYOIiE WORKS, RE1BEY-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 ithe Famous RED INDIAN MOTORS. All Accessories and Spares Stocked. DAY" AND NIGHT SERVICE. RICHARD BOOTH, ~ Late CF.S.A., (F.M.S.A., Eng., ARCHITECT, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENT, ULVERSTONE. Telegram: R. Booth, Ulvers. Telephone N. 7. ~~ ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Clipped Wings." [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

^ T ''Clipped Wings." The publication last <wcck of thc anonymous letter headed' "Clipped Wings" has aroused such local interest, and, like the "Hidden Treasure1' com- petitions of a few years back, the search for the writer has "caught on." We have had numerous replies to our request for our readers to help us in the quest, and it is remarked what a large proportion of them have "spot- ted" the same individual. ¡By holding off for another week nt any rate we shall give our readers a further tour in which to amuse themselves and Our anonymous friend an opportunity of doing what some of Iiis friends advise him to do, but which at the moment does not nppenl to him. But a twist or two of his tail in the right direction over tho week-end may bring him to earth and his senses. So we leave the gentleman to turn the matter ove" and he advised '^v his friends and relations.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

FARMERS YOUR HARVESTING REQUISITES WE CAN SUPPLY IN Syoles, Scythes, and Handles, Hay Forks, Potato (Forks, Scythe Staves, Harvester Oil, Reap and Binder Oil, Separator Oil, Caue. Petroleum Jelly. AT THE HOME OF HARDWARE NOVELTIES. ¿E. A. CLEAVER, THE IRONMONGER. 'Phone, 56. jlJLVERSTONE FOR TOURISTS. NOT THE LEAST OF ULVERSTONE'S ?MANY ATTRACTIONS ÍFOR TOURISTS IS FURNER'S HOTEL. IALWAYS PUT MY HORSE UP AT FURNER'S HOTEL STABLES, RUN 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 by the forelock and get measured to-day at . THE TEMPLE OF FASHION. DEVLIN AND WELLS, Opposite DR. GOLLAN'S. ULVERSTONE, Are the men to consult if you want a good ROOF on your house, or a TANK that holds water, or a HOT WATER SER- VICE ,tliat is hot. T. W. SALTMARSH, THE BOOT PALACE, Can still supply your needs in Footwear at Old Prices. Now is the time to make your Purchases in...

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

Bowling-. The following have boen selected to represent "Ulverstone at Devonport to- day in their Pennant match with De- vonport: H. Cox (skip.) C. 'Pickett, R. Robinson, R. O Stanley. A. Pic- kett (skip.), A. H. Cobera, M. Wil- liams. Les. Pickett, H. A. Nicholls (skip.), J. J. Devlin, A. Harman, T. Wilson. ?Emergencies: Frecl. L. Par- sons and A. Cruickshank.

Publication Title: Leven Lever, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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You're a Bowler, Sir! [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

You're a Bowler, Sir! Saturday afternoon was made the occasion of the presentation of a col- ored cartoon and1 an auto strop safety, razor to Charlie Pickett, from some of his bowling admirers in Ulver- stone, at the close of the pennant match between Burnie and Ulverstone at Ulverstone. The Hon. H. A. Nichols, M.L.C., vice-president of the club, made the presentation at McGowan's Hotel before a room full of bowlers. He spoke in complimentary terms of the work done and time given over to the building up of a name on the roll of fame for Ulverstone in all realms of sport by "Charlie." as he is popularly known as. As he re- marked, had Charlie devoted tho time he lias given to the town under the heading of sport to his own private af- fairs and advancement, he would have been a much richer man than he is to-day. He wished him every success in his new sphere of life, and hoped the cartoon, bearing as it did the names ol' many bowlers, amongst whom he had moved and with whom he had play...

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Ulverstone the Unrivalled. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

Ulverstone the Unrivalled. The early pioneers along the_C'oast, and it is pleasing to know there are yet a few left amongst, us, could hardly be expected to have foreseen the use that the various rracks they cut through the virgin bush from the beach along which they travelled from river to river lia ve been, and are be- ing, put to. The old Forth-road, for instance, has even up to quite recent times been looked upon as a re'.ic of those pioneer days. Very few people knew of its existence, let . alone its name, but look at it now, and what- do we find? Tho speculative builder and tho private individual i ia ve both got their Hands on its throat, and it is rapidly becoming one of the prin- cipal, and ultimately will become tho prin- cipal approach to 'tho beach. Tho credit for opening up saine and for seeing tao possibilities' of the locality is clue to Mr R. L. Pearl, and he iinds no difficulty in get- ting reatly purchasers for his building plots. 'lhe lamest venturer into "bricks ...

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New Town Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

ir -T T Mew Town Hall. A public meeting is advertised for next week to receive the report of tho Committee that h ¡ive lind this scheme in hand. Tliey set out to spend £4Ci>0 on the Town Hall proper ¡md £1000 on fur- nishing;, etc., ii nd if the introduction of a tower -which they asked for was going tu run the cost np above that amount such additional ¡c-ust was to 'be stated by the competitor. They now come before the public- and ask them, to '.¡íive them authority to borrow nob £-1000 for ¡bricks ¿md mortal'. but £¡0750, and also not £10GO for .fur- nishing, etc., but £1250, and then they also ask for a further ¡£1000 io juggle with This means to say that ¡it 6h per cent. £520 a year would have to be found to pay the interest on the bor- rowed money '(fiSOüO1) alone, and1 then the salary of a caretaker, possibly two, a.nd upkeep, and. general expenses are to be considered, iu addition the revenue from four offices may be as- sumed to find £2 a week, or £104 a year if always le...

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"BIRDIE'S" VISIT AND THE REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Leven Lever — 6 March 1920

"BIRDiE'S" VISiT AMD THE REGATTA A pretty full clay everybody will ad- mit is was, and a memorable clay fur Ulverstone. Tho arrangements for these two 1 unctions taxed the patriotic and citizenship instincts of our towns- folk almost to breaking point. When the Warden in his shirtsleeves had to set to and carry out forms and tabïcs from the Drill Hall and from thc Wharf, so that those who had loaned them might have them hack safely before the shades of night began to fall, and to enable the evening audi- ence at the 'Town Hall to be seated, it looks as if everybody else was, or shall we say, ought to have been equally occupied doing their bit. But oi course they were not, or the Warden and Mrs. Lukin needn't have taken the job on between thom. To detail the doings of the day would occupy more space than om- lit- tle paper has at its disposal, and some people ¡may have íelt a bit up- set at the diggers cutting out the speechifying after the Birdwood Lunch by getting up from their sea...

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