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BOAT HARBOR FORESHORE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

BOAT HARBOR FORESHORE I The Sécrétilrjr for Lands on Tuesday notified the Table Capo Council that ¡ when the existing temporary license i of the foreshore at Boat Harbor to the Boat Harbor Amenities Society cx jpired on 25th August, 1910, it would j not te renewed, with a view to a license being issued to thc Table Cape Coun Icil on that date, at an annual rental ] of 10/. Cr. Chapple moved that thc I department be informed that the Amcn j ivies Society had expressed its willing ness to hand over thc lease to the council, and that thc department be asked to cancel the existing agreement I and vest tho foreshore in the coun ! eil. Warden Johnston said apparent ly the Amenities Society had not in I formed the Lands Department that it ¡ Was willing to transfer its lease to the_ council. After discussion, it was decided, on tho motion of Crs. Hes and Callaway, to leave tho matter in the hands of the Warden, with a view of getting the foreshore vested in thc council at once. . At a later...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEVONPORT SCOUTS ON TREK [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

DEVONPORT SCOUrS ON TREK (By "Tonderfoot Tim.") It was an exceedingly happy com pany of twenty-three officers and hoy: that entrained nt Devonport on Lox ing Day for Lemana Junction. 'lin boys were just Loys out for thc mosl "fun" in the shortest time, and ever tho chaplain, austere disciplinarian db pensing fatigues, entered into the pre liminary enjoyment of putting scouts underneath thc railway 6eats. Now, according to programme, the main bodj marching under the orders of the O.G. (Rev. J. H. Dabb) should have met thc transport carrying food, bedding, tents and general equipment nt the Delor aine road junction; but alas! the horse decreed otherwise. But n0t knowing the reason for the non-arrival of the transport, we journeyed on to the Needles and the junction of tho Dairy Plains road. Here wc sat down to wait for lunch. Eleven o'clock, no lorry; twelve, no lorry; one, still no lorry I However, tho commanding stores (M'Cliffin) had one cake, and this was 'divided muong twenty, so...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

-- I Yon cso't rio bettor than take ' DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN: foi Coughs and Colds.-(Adjt.)<

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"WET OR DRY?" HOBART REGATTA PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

I "WET OR DRY?" ?HOBART REGATTA PROBLEM. (H) \I¡T. Wednesday. - At a mcct nf iii.' Hobart Regatta Committee nkht considerable interest was ii m a letter from the Town Clerk, UL' Im- the views of thc committee n tl,, prohibit ina nf the sale of in «.!i!i.er lii|ia rs on the regatta ml. as re,|ii.'-teil by the Tasmanian 5>. : .,i.: i- Alliawe. This gave rise tn ei:ei.,l iliseiis.Moii. during which e iva i iv Menee of nhrolutc unaui ' iii resenting any interference with eonmiittee in the management of ri villa. especially ns they had, un Ouvcrninent control, been allowed 'gin-, tn the Dnmain for many Eventually Mr. Sharp moved: That the committee expresses thc «. that the Regatta Association nhl be allowed the free use and its it has enjoyed for the regatta iind un Regatta Day. was seconded by Mr. T. S. Nek !. and carried.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A NOTE TO ALLEN DOONE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

ÏA NOTE TO ALLEN DOONE S. To tho Editor. I-May I through your valuable ns prefer a request to my talented yiuan. Allen Doone, on behalf ot '«li people in anil around Beauti iiruie; anil it is this: WonM be .n our hearts by singing at the et inn of "Molly Ban n" on Fri ticht that grand old Trish song, Wearing nf the Green"? A song will live in the hearts of all Tri«h whih;*. the said "organic member" I know that he will es me for making hold to ask hiw favor, and also wish him, on bobah I gond, Inval Irishmen nf this dis , "fend Mille Failthe," and I m °"THE AVli.n TlîISHÎLiX.» OL . ^ (Jack Crowe.)

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY'S SHIP REPAIR WORK A MELBOURNE PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

MONEY'S SHIP REPAIR WORK IA MF.rmirRXK PIÎOTKT. ?: I-ü< H-it NI :, " W.'.hi.*"^iny.-X de- \ [ion to-day wailed .m Mr. Poynton ¡ic: Mini-tiT fm' t!u> Navy) to ilairi that tm) much ship repair n> done in Sydney, and not L;II in JJcllioitriie. ?. I!. O'llalluran fsccrctnrv of thc rumker.-' S.;.eii-:y) said that while ,- of the Ixuicrmakfrs in Mclhuurne out nf work, there was a event tle l for laliiuMii Sydney, and it could Ir. Poynton informed the deputation would see « li it could l e dune to m ise the amount of repair and other .k in Mi'llnnirne. especially at the vrnmont yards, ¡ii order to provide -e employment. Îr. Poynton tonk occasion to utter .1 ling against what lie regarded as unsatisfactory attitude of some of ?dillivard workers in .Sydney, "it is givini! me a fair deal." he re vd. "The hnlierniakers have ra il tn work overtime on the collier 'ockntuo Dael;. If this thine erni es. I mnv have to reconsider my {».inn tn push _.m with the 0000-ton anil collier ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRINCE'S MARRIAGE THRONE RENOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

I PRINCE'S MARRIAGE jj THRONE RENOUNCED. VMSTF.rWAM, Xoveriiber 7.-Are .t fruin Czernovitz tn tb*- "Xeue MP Fresco," omited in the Berlin agobiatt." states tbat the Crown ince of Uoumania. whom the King ently ordered io lie confined for 75 s for marrying Mine. Zizi f.abrino, Odes-a lady, has warned his par 's of iii- finn resolve to renounce the one. The journal asserts that the it and (Jileen offered -Mme. I.arrino MW in compensation for relin hing all claim', on the Crown ice, hut she rejected it.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

STANLEY. Police Court.-Before lfes?rs. A Smith nuil \V. P. Collins, .l.'sl'.. Sr Rennt Eyles prosecuting, for II lirc.u-li of tho Licensing Act, IX. Bute, va nned 12/6. costs 9/: A. firidlev, 10 awl 9/ costs; Fi. O'Boyle, 7.6 nm! I and A. Wilson, 10/ and O' rust- V Willis, for fastening a horse sn 'li'' stood across tho footpath, was fined 1 and half costs 4/. Billiard lio-ii'o were granted to R. Shaw, CommetT' Hotel, and A. Rowlands, Union Hotel.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A GREAT AMERICAN" TRIBUTES TO ROOSEVELT U.S. SEMAVTE REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

"A GREAT AMERICAN" I TRIBUÍES TO ROOSEVELT | U.S. SEMAVii REFERENCES. j NEW YOlîK, Tne.day.-Cokníl llonsiHi'U'i Uxwtû wilt IRÎ.C placo on \\ rdr.csdav (iu-murrow). - Eulogising Colonel «oosevcit ia ilie Sí-nace, che Democratic Leader, Mr Ail ti», s i;!:-"His patriotism -ana íihiütv 'nero unquestioned. He was trul.v a croat American of ur.qualir.cn courage." , ." , Senator Ledge said:--"Ho devoted his life to his connery, and always sought tu servo it."

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PELHAM MURDER NO FRESH DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

PELHAM MURDER XO FRESH DEVELOPMENTS. TIOBART, Wednesday.-There have been no further developments regard ing the Pelham murder. [The inquiry into the Pelham tra gedy was concluded on Tuesday, the fourth day of hearing. The Coroner said that John Duncombe was wilfully murdered nt Pelham un or about the seventh day of December, 1919, by some person r,r persons unknown. Su-1 perintendent Conlan asked that all papers of the-inquest should be for warded to the Crown Law Depart ment.]

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN DELUGE AT KEMPSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN DELUGE AT KEMPSEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday.-Following a cl.ind hurst at vieorgtf's Creek, near Kempsey, seven inches of rain fell in an hour. Tho extraordinary down pour washed away a cutting, and sev eral road communications with Kemp sey._

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

WYNYARD. Accident. - "S". Davis, nn employe at the Reeky Cape mill, met with an accident on Tuesday afternoon. Flo wns riding on a wagon, when lie was thrown to the ground owing to ono of thc two sections coming apart. The wheels of tho wagon pas?cd over him. He was taken, to the Spencer Hospital, where ho was found to be suffering from bruises and a dislocation of the shoul der. Hospital Assistance.-At'thc hospital meeting on Tuesday night it was decid ed to anneal to tlfeï public for donn tioná bf fruit arid ciigs for tho institu tion^ Several members of tho commit tee volunteered to assist the committee , .in charge nf tho anniversary race meet ling on ilTth inst., when the proceeds Inf the tote will be given to the hospi ta!. The acting matron reported that there were three patients in tho hospi tal on December 31. Durinit the month ll had been admitted, 17 had boen discharecd, and 3 had died. It wei decided Io grant a fortnight's holiday on fuji pay: to members nf tho household...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEAD IN A TENT EDITH CREEK TRAGEDY EX-JOCKEY' LONELY END. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

DEAD IN A TENT I EDITH CREEK TRAGEDY I EX-JOCKEY'sHToNELY END, I STANLEY, Wednesday. - A man nnincd Louis Tasman Smith, whu was working on the Stanley-TrownUn rail way linc, was found dead in his tent at Edith Creek nt IO a.m. yesterday hy C.. Spinks, who was on his rounds with provisions. JVc.wd waft a lion t 02 years of age, and had only ai lived hom Lamm-tim Ilia night before, niter three weeks' holiday. So fat1 ns eau be gathered lie was n widower with a grown-up fam ily, and had been working about tim Stanley district for a few years. Ho was an old-time jockey, and, it is be lieved, has a brother ut Devonport,

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

" LATROBE. Welcome Social.-A welcome social was tendered to Corp. S. Bonfield and Ptes. K. Harkness and R. Wright, in the Bapt'st vestry on Tuesday night. During the evening, the Rev. V. G. Britton presented to each return sold ier ii wallet, and expressed his plea sure at welcoming them back to their homes. Harmony and parlor games were indulged . in, after which/supner was provided by tho ladies. The singing of "God Save the King" brought the proceedings to a close. Red Cross Work.-A meeting of tho -Latrobe branch" of tho Red Cross So ciety was held in tho Soldiers' Club-, room on Tuesday. The sum of £-12 was received frôm .Mr, Bellchanibers.. This represented a 'portion of the Wes-, ley'Vale, Red Cross fete. It 'was de cided to write and thank " the Wesley Vale committee for this splendid dona tion. Tho monthly instalment of f20 is being forwarded to the head office; next month £25 will bc sent. It was decided to send a New Year card with special Red Cross wording to each returne...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NIETTA. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

NIETTA. Snakes.-Snakes seem to be very nu merous and savage this summer, and largo numbers bave been reported kill ed. Mr. Chas. Ling, who has had a team carting timber to thc station, and had- turned his hor.-cs out for a few weeks' spell, had tho misfortune to have one of them bitten hy a snake. "He estimates his loss nt about £35.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LATROBE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

LATROBE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY AXXUAL- MEETING. Jlie .munni meeting of thc Lilr-aV Ebrticnlttirnl Society was hell >i-ii r day, Mr. J. Ciiamberlaiii |.r.?si.liii;'. I Tho report, stated that three .-ln-vs lind been held during the yt ar. 'Hie Autumn Exhibition was opened liv iiis Excellency tho Governor O'ir Train i-i .Newdegate-), who spoke \.-iy bithry of the excellence of the exhibits. 'I lu profits on tho three shows ninuiiiitci] tn £129IC, which was given tn lin- Hi¡l Cru=s nurses at the front mid ll.A>'. Funds, mnking a total of £2:,a 7 rai ed for patriotic funds since ila- uar started. The following officers were rc-i 1.11. .1 ; -Patron, His Exci-lleniy thc dYvir nnr; vice-president, Hon. V,. T. Cul lins. M.L.C, ; bon. treasurer. Mi. W. H. Tlnirteli; bon. nuditnrs. Mc-rs, .1. Chamberlain and J. F. Wright ; secre tary, -Mr. lt. Clarke. It was decided 'to hold the Ant Minn Show during March, and to j. iv, all profits on the show tn the Y.M.C.A. Field Service Funds. The Pre...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. HOBART, Wednesday.-Thc wea- ! ther forecast for the ensuing 24 hours is as follows:-Except for some light showers in the West, generally fine and cool, with W. to S. winds; Bmooth to moderate seas.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WAR INVENTIONS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

WAR INVENTIONS . To the Editor. Sir,-I trust you will allow me space in your valuable paper to draw atten tion to the question of inventions and patents, of military . ? value,, such as would provo valuable i on the battle field. I would- ask this question; .Will tho Imperial Government givo any in ventors encouragement and help to bring such patents or inventions to success? I would like to have the opin ion of tho -Government on this ques tion ; also tho opinion of the public. Yours, otc, - - INVENTOR. South Road, Penguin, January 7. "

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

MELBOURNE. Quotations.-Lyell, b 24/10, s 25'3; 'lo. Blocks, Ltd. s 4}d; Tongkah Com pound, b 12/9. s 13'4: do. Harbor, b 49/3, s 50.'6; Trong, b 23 '9, s 24/.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURNED SOLDIERS' PLAINT DEPUTATION TO SENATOR MILLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 9 January 1919

RETURNED SOLDIERS' PLAINT DEPUTATION TO SENATOR MILLEN. MELBOURNE, Wednesday.-A de putation representing the Soldiers' National Party waited upon 'Senator. Millen (Minister for Repatriation) to dav to present various requests. _ ît was suggested that all eligibles in the Commonwealth employment who had nat enlisted should be displaced in favor of returned men capable of doing the work. It was also urged that thc Common^ wealth should foster industries ; that the department. take over from' the States i the1 settlement of > returned men on the land ; that suitable men be pla ced in small businesses, and that thc sustenance allowance be increased. Senator Millen, in reply, said that of the 75,000 returned men who had applied to the departmept, only three percent, had not been placed in work. It .was impossible to have on absolute ly clean sheet in the employment book. The Government had asked mnnufac tarers and others to suggest plans for new industries. He would prefer that indust...

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