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The Advocate. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919. CERMAM BOLSHEVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL 7 THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919. CERMAM - BOLSHEVISM. ' "Muddling through"' is' a sneer that lias' frequently, been' flung'1 at. the constitutional methods of the British Empire hy mure . niethodically gqverried communities. Yet the most amazing fact in tho world to-day' is .thai the British Empire- a loosely-knit band ! of: T nátions-stands . firmer '&lt; than; |evor,- while all around thc exponents of bureaucracy and meticulous govern ment have collapsed utterly. Inexor able and irresistible . up to a certain point,, tho German Government machine has been" cast to tho scrap heap; its machinery has fouled, and v.hero was order, method and ruthless efficiency is now utter chaos and dis order. The whole fabric of constituted authority has been rudely torn asunder, with such effect that those who seek to pick up and mend thc broken ihreads are faced with appar ently insurmountable difficulties. The opinion bas been expressed by Lord; Northcliffe that Bolshevism ...
PENOUIN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
PENOUIN STOCK SALE. Mainwaring Bros. report:-YVe held our. first stock sale on Monday, and Bold nearly all lines offering. There was a fair yarding of bacon pigs. Sales were as follows:-3 baconers, £3'1/; 4 do., £4/2/; 4 slips, 16.'6; 2 porkers, 24/; 1 baconer £3/12/6; 2 do.. £3/4/; 3. baconers, £2/5.'; 1 fat cow, Vc E. Ling, £10/10/; 1 milch cow, £11; 2 baconers, £2A2/; 1 2-year-old steer, £7; 1 yearling, £1/7/.
NORTH-WESTERN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
NORTH-WESTERN CROPS. WEST. KENTISH.,--: Farmers are busy hay cutting. There are some very good cropä, and a few-nice paddocks of wheat are noticeable, but not.nearly the acreage of .10 years ago: Some beautiful paddocks of blue.peas are to be seen in the district. Messrs. Dyer and Braid have splendid crops of goidr en tares, thc heavy land being the home of the tare. ï*otàtoes have come up well, free from "misses," and some good crops are promised. Feed is scarce, and there is not much fat stock. Cows nrc only "doing fair,"- although butter fat is à good price. Quite a new iden of reaping and doiug all farm work is hcin^ carried'-out on Mr. R.'C. K&lt;>rmode's estate. The manager, Mr. Arnold, has got a new S h.p. tractor or the "Mogul" American type, which is fast going to take the place of horses for farm work. ?\nyone taking a visit to'"Glenmark" will see the little trac te? drawing the binder, cultivator or wagon with ease and comfort. It trurol? a little faster than t...
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER. Thc Imperial authorities have advis ed thc New Zealand Butter and Cheese Committee that an advance payment will he made on butter and cheese after it haá been in the cool store 14 days, Instead of 28 days, as in tho past. This is regarded as being n concession that will materially assist tho dairy com panies' finance. The embargo imposed by the United Btates on tho importation of rabbit skins from Australia has been with drawn.
POTATO MARKET DROPPINC. SYDNEY VALUES LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
POTATO -MARKET DROPPINC. ' SYDNEY VALUES LOWER. SYILNEY, W «'iliifiday.-Messrs Bry ant and Hayes, Sussex street, Sydney, report:- . Tho position is decidedly easier for potatoes, owing to increased deliveries of Victorians, COGO bags being landed in tbo last .two. days. These are selling at from £17 to £18, and are now of fering at £14/10! on rails, Albury. We anticipate a further drop on Monday if tho Tasmanian shipment exceeds hags, ns the demand is not moro than half the normal - level. Turnips :.re wanted up to £14, but a_ fair supply would reduce values quickly. Thc oat position is unchanged. Whites, 5' to 5/3; Algerians, 4/6 to 4/8; oaten or wheaten chaff, £8 to £8/10/; lucerne chaff, £10; Blrnw, £4/10/; peas aro un altered. " ... ? MELBOURNE, Wednesday - OnU, 413 to 4/4; feed, 4/2; maize. 6/41; ch-.ff, 135.1; liav. 150/; potatoes, 280/ to 300/; onions, 230/.
INFLUENZA MILD CASES AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
". '-ÏÎAl.".ÜMl¿! INFLUENZA MILD OASES AT ADELAIDE. MELBOURNE, -Wednesday. - It was .stated to-day-by Dr." Cnmpston. (Director of FedcraLQunrhntine) .that: .the. four additional 'cases >bf ' influenza which had occurred nt tho Adelaide Quarantine Station were mild in char acter. , Sydney has been free from new cnse3''of influenza since December IO,» and Fremantle since January 2.
INFANT LIFE PROTECTION LAW'S SAFEGUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
- . INFANT LIFE PROTECTION LAWS SAFEGUARDS. HOBART, Wednesday. - Al tho City Police Court a married woman was charged with committing a breach of the Infant Life Protection Act by taking charge of a male child under tho age of five years, for a. period of moro than 24 hours. Inspector Bain said the Acting-Commissioner consid ered the offence a serious ono, as the _Act was designed to pro hibifFplieit dealing in children. The. Act' s'tjpiilated that before any person took charge of a child, his or her home had tri ho registered as a nursing' home, t Tho defendant pleaded ignor ance of the law, and admitted that she had received 24/ for maintaining the child, but declined further payment, when she discovered it was lilegal. She proposed to adopt thc child to take the place of her own baby, which had died. ? Tho Police Magistrate (Mr. A. T: Wal ker) pointed out to tho defendant tho seriousness of her offence, and said she was liable to a heavy, penalty, ^¡toolc into consideration ali t...
TASMANIAN BOY IN TROUBLE ALLEGED CHEQUE FORGERY ARREST Af MELBOURNE. REVOLVER AND RACING NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
TASMANIAN BOY IN TROUBLE ALLEGED CHEQUE FORGERY ARREST Af MELBOURNE. >?"' REVOLVER AND RACING ;¡ ;' NOVELS. ; ^ÍMEÍ.BOUrbCB, Wednesday.-Infor-' ma'tiáa was received by the police from Tasmania Jhis week that a warrant .had. been issued for thc arrest of a boy j lS'ibars of age on a charge of having ' forget} a cheque for £30. The lad! was arrested to-day at St. Kilda, and. will bc sent hick to Tasmania. He .came to Melbourne a'week ago aboard the Loongana, and while on board j carried n large revolver. At thc house where ho"was arrested tho de-, tectives found a largo number of rac ing novels and comic papers, besides a I number of cartridges. Since the Ind r bas been in Melbourne he has been a ! constant visitor to picture shows, thea- j tres, and shooting .galleries.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS VISIT TO NORTH-WEST COAST AT DEVONPORT YESTERDAY. LOCAL TEAM DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS VISIT TO NORTH-WEST COAST i AT DEVONPORT YESTERDAY. LOCAL TEAM DEFEATED. I ? 'lile South Australian bowlers who I have been touring Tasmania, and who reached' Devonport on Tuesday night, commenced their Coastal campaign yes ! tcrday. In the morning they were ac ¡ commodatcd in two. large drags, and .taken; for'a drive to Wesley Vole, and I Northdown, the Devonport club hoing I represented by Messrs. C; Ramsay and A. W. Marshall. Morning tea was serv I ed in the shade nt a point from where ia good view could be obtained, and the 1 party - returned to Devonport by thc ¡ Rannock road after a very pleasant idrive, and expressing themselves as delighted with the country they had 'seen. After hinch they met Devonport ; in a four-rink contest on the locnl green, where a thoroughly enjoyable tim*> Trna Rnii'nl. Afternoon tea was dispensed.bj thc ladies of tho Devon port club. After dinner, the visitors were taken for-a motor launch trip on thc river. Tho tide was...
SOLITARY HONORS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
SOLITARY HONORS There appears to be some miscon ception as to tho military honors awarded for special acts of conduct, or bravery, and the order of awarding the various medals or decorations. Thc highest distinction is tho Victoria Cross, awarded for conspicuous brav ery on the part of either commissioned officers, or men. Then tho D.S.O. for officers only, and tho D.C.M. for non-commissioned officers and men. Next comes tho Meritorious Servicos Medal. Then the Military Cross for offirers only, and then tho Military Medal for non-commiKigjjed, çffjccrs aud meg,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY Is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered for thc cnro of Coughs and Colds. It will relieve you when all elso has failed. -1/6 and 3/. Obtain able from H. G. Spicer, Chemist, Bur nie and Stanley, Jas. Thorne, sen., Grocer, "Waratah; Yolla Supply Co., Yolla; A. E. Dixon, Chemist, Wynyard, and Grey Bros,, Smithton,* » BUSINESS NOTICES. i JANUARY, JANUARY, JANUARY, 1919. 1919. Í919: FROM THIS DATE UNTIL; JANUARY, - - 1,920, .? SHOP AT OUR STORE. -. ' SHOP AT OUR STORE. . SHOP AT OUR STORE. . JUST THINK OF THE SAVING IN JUST THINK OF THE SAVING IN JUST THINK OF THE SAVING IN TWELVE MONTHS 1 TWELVEMONTHS! TWELVEMONTHS! Right hero we SAVE YOU MONEY. Under are one or two linea that will Çrove to you wo are starting the New car with some real live BARGAINS. ILLINERY T^EPARTMENT. REAL PANAMA HAT, trimmed, Very neut (ind smnrt, ^^^"J GLOVES. WHITE LILE GLOVES, all sizes, 1/11 PAIR DRESSES. PONGEE MUSLIN (wash Uko your face), in very neat designs. SPOTS, very sui...
CRICKET STANLEY v. BLACK RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
CRICKET ? STANLEY v. BLACK UIVER. . An interesting game was played at Stanley last Saturday afternoon be " tween teams representing Stanley and Black River, resulting in a victory for tho" former team, 'flic gnmc proved very exciting, as Stanley, only had n few minutes"'to secure enough nins to Bin. Scores: Black River.-Arnie Ollington, c and li'Ri Anthony, 42; H. G. Cotton, b A. Reardon, 32; C. Horton, b L. House, 12; A. Horton, b A. Reardon, 0; A. Wyllie, c J. Ferguson, b R. Anthony, 56; Ii. Ferguson, b A. Reardon. 2; F. :Erhmerton, b R. Anthony, 9; G. Hor ton, b Alb. OUinpton, 4; H. Stokes, not out; 12; W. Franklin, b Alb. Ol lington, 0 ; T. Horton, b Alb. Ollineton, 2; sundries,-10*. total. lál- Bowling. -R.. Anthony, 3 for 56; .T. Burley. 0 for 5; J. Ferguson. 0 for 21 ; A. Rcar _ don, 3 for 33 : L. House, 1 for 15; Alb. ; Ollington, 3 for. 4. Stanley.-Alb. Ollington, not out, 71 ; A. Reardon, b G. Horton, 4; L. House, ci. Wyllie, b G. Horton, 6; D. 0. Lewis, b A. Ollinpton, 0;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
BUSINESS NOTICES. FINLAYSON, BROS. AND .CO., LIMITED. Wo aro Builders of all Classes of .SAWM1LLING PLANT. Our different designs can bo inspected at work in many parts of thc State, and will bc found to havo always given Complete Satisfaction. Full particulars and prices on ap plication. j We are Buyers of Good Cast-iron I and Brass Scrap. Top Prices Given, Any ' Quantity Taken. ESPLANADE ... ... W. DEVONFOIII Telephone, No. G. M'CORMIOK -AND DEERING BINDERS. MOWERS, PEA HARVESTERS, HAY RAKES, SCUFFLERS, ETC., ETC. FOLL STOCK REPAIR PARTS CARRIED. DUNCAN LOANE, DEVONPORT, ULVERSTONE, BURNIE. JP ARM E R S, Consign Your . POTATOES. GRAIN. TURNIPS, Etc., * -To ROBERT ROBINSON AND CO., SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. Prompt Returns. Correct Weights. Advances Given. THOS. FANNON, .' Agent. DEVONPORT. F. T A L L A C K, DUILDER & CONTRACTOR, WILMOT STREET ... ... ... BURNIE. All Kinds of Building Materials in Stock. Plans and Specifications Prepared. TATLOWS ROYAL MAIL MOTOR SERVICE. MYALLA TO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
Take DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and Colds-You wilt get «ure relief.-(Advt). SHIPPING. NION LINE OF STEAMERS. circumstances permitting) FOR MELBOURNE- ' S.S. ROTOMAHANA. From Burnie-Thursday, Jan. 0, 6 a.m. - Saturday, January ll, 8.30 p.m. From Devonport-Thursday, Jan. , -.9,' 3.p.m., direct. Saturday, Jan. ll, via Burnie. On,Tnos.day' and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, and midday train from Burnie con neets..; rr Saturday)' from Burnie as usual. ..Cargo received only subject to spe cial arrangement, and must be booked at local .offices.. ? . . .FOR MELBOURNE- " S.S.. WAINUI. " . '.From Burnie only-Sunday, Jan. '12. FOR SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE :a.s.;TAviuNi. ? ? From Burnie- Wednesday, Jan . ..' . ' dary 8. \ From Devonport- Thursday, Jan >. ' 'nary'9. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly. ¿Agent for Orient Lino of Royal Mail Steamers. ? SAILINGS (weather and other k/TELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., TA LIMITED. 1YDNÈY AND NEWCASTLE- . Fro...
THE PEOPLE'S FOOD WYNYARD PROSECUTIONS A DISMISSAL AND A FINE. INTERESTING ARGUMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
THE PEOPLE'S FOOD WYNYARD PROSECUTIONS | A DISMISSATÂHD A FINE, 1 INTERESTING ARGUMENTS. Threo interesting cases in connection irith alleged breaches of the Pure Foods Aet wero heard nt yesterday's Bitting of the Wynyard Police Court, before Messrs. J. T. Johnston (chair man) 0. J. Mackenzie, G. J. Game, F. W. L. Hamilton, and W. C. Ander son, J.'sP. Tho first case was ono in which a Chinaman, trading under the name uf Fung Krtt, was proceeded against for having sold coffee which was adulter ated contrary to thc provisions of the Puro Foods Act. Mr. J. W. Hudson appeared for tho defendant who plead ed not guilty.. David Si Clark, an inspector in tho employ of tho Public Health Depart ment, deposed that on IOth September he called at defendant's shop in Goldio street, and asked for iib. of coffee. This was supplied to him in the tin produced, and for which ho paid lld. He divided the contents into three parts, ono of which he sent to the Government Analyst, tho other he gave to the d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
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MOTHER SAVES CHILD BURNING ROOM ENTERED BY WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
BURNING ROOM ENTERED BY WINDOW. The first serious, fire in Tallangatta' (Vie.) tor six years occurred recently, when a house owned by the executors of the estate of A. li. Carkeek. of Euroa, occupied Ly Mr. H. Wright and his family, was burnt. Tho fire bri gade was quickly on the scene, but could do nothing to save the property. Mr. Wright was away fighting a bush fire, which was threatening tho Fairy Knowe Estato and adjacent proper ties. Tho outbreak was caused through a candle igniting a curtain. Mrs. Wright immediately rushed to savo her six children, two of whom lind only recently recovered from dip theria. Five were got. but Sufëly, and the other one was sleeping in a cot iii a room the entrance to which was blazing. ¡Rushing around the house, she smashed the window, in with her hands, seized the infant, and forced her way out, cutting her hands and body severely. Meantime Miss. M'Eldrew, her sister, who had been suffering from illness, was in the front of tho house, and was r...
RETURNING TASMANIANS ON THE WAY HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
RETURNING TASMANIANS " ON THE WAY HOME. Thc following Tasmanian soldiers have been listed for return to Aus tralia, and are actually cn route from abroad. No further information can be supplied excepting tho approximate time of arrival, which will bo publish ed in the press shortly before disem barkation : List "E." Pte. Bender, F. T., 12th Batt., Glen' Huon. Pte. Carter, G. A., 12th Batt., Long ley. Pte. Christophers, C., 12th Batt., Tre vallyn. Pte. Davis, E. H., 1st Gen. Ser. Rfti., Georgo st.. - Pte. Dennis, H., 40th .Batt., Rocky Capo. Pte. Dickenson, AV. J., 12th Batt., Port Cygnet. Pto. Edgerton, A., 40th Batt., ,Reni son Bell. " ' ' Pte. Fagerstrom, A., 12th Batt., Rus sia. L.-Corpl. Hawkesford, W. G., A.M.C., Hobart. Pte. Higgins, T.. 49th Batt., Camp belltown. Tor. Hines. J. "ff., 59th Batt., Bea consfield. Dvr. Lewis, H. L., Sth F.C.E., Al bury. Pte. Pursell, K., 40th Batt., London. Pte. Raynor, J. A.. 40th Batt., Ringa rooma. Pte. Smart, F. A.. 40th Batt,, Hobart Pto. St...
ON TBE RANGES ULVERSTONE v. PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919
- ON TBE RANGES ' 'ULVERSTONE v. PRESTON. .A team-from the Ulverstone Rifle! Club journeyed to Preston on Satur day to try conclusions with' the local' club. - A very enjoyable timo ivas spent, thc lady supporters of tho local club providing afternoon tea on tho range, which was greatly appreciated by tho shooters. Tho day was ideal, and some good shooting took place. After an interesting match tho visi tors proved successful by. 22 points. Conditions were 7 shots at 200 and 2C0 yards. Scores: Ulverstone. yds. yds. _ 200 300 Tl. C. Davies . ... . at 29 63 H. Stratton (Capt.)'.. 32 29 Cl \V. F. Bott . ... 32 . 29 61 J. S. Shelton . 33 27 CO R. G. Teaso . 29 29 SS E. A. Rott. 30 2S SR R. Masc- . 30 28 58 J. Butler .... 2C 25 51 246 224 470 . _Preston. yds. yds. _200 300 Tl. Ii. Torrents . . 33 31 64 S. Paterson (Capt.) ... ... 32 29 61 A. Brooks. 31 28 59 A. L. Cullen ... ... . 31 26 57 A. Johnson . ... 30 27 57 L. Cullen ... . 30 22 52 C; Burgess . 24 25 49 T. Peebles. 26 23 49 . ? -...