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TEACHERS' SALARIES INCREASES AND WAR BONUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

TEACHERS' SALARIES INCREASES AND WAR BONUSES. HOBART, Thursday. - The Minis ter for Education has approved of sal ary increases and war bonuses being paid to teachers and ofiicers employed uuder the Education Act, in accordance with the conditions indicated hereun der. In respect to the.salary increases the method to bc adopted in determin ing the salary for tho year 1919 sholl bo as follows: The salary shall bc fixed in the new scale in the relative position : occupied" by it in tho old scale, reckoning from the bottom, and the increment, if any, shall then bc added in accordance with the previsions of regulation 27. The following rules have been appro ved for the payment of war bonuses: (1) Subject to the provisions and qualifications mentioned, there shall be payable to each teacher an allowance by way of war bonus during the finan cial year 1918-1919 at the following rates:-(a) To teacher^ who were mar ried before July 1, 1918, £15 each; (b) other teachers, £7/10/ caeü; (c) for ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

1Children taite DRAKE'S CARRA GHEEN for Cóughs and Colda. and I «it tor mow.-(Advt.).

Publication Title: Advocate
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YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. Pnles.-Round ffiíl, 8'ïand 8,'6. Quotations.-Tasmania, b Set ; Bendi go Amalgamated, s 1/2; Broken Hill, b -v«'; Magnet, b 8/3, s 9:8; Mt. Far rell, s 3d; North Farrel!, b 7;C>, s S/: BouKd Hill, b 8/5, s 8/8; Mt. Rend and Roseberv .Amalenmated, s 19/; Urll. « 27';'Hincks, b 4d, s 8d; Tas man Crown, b 2d, s 3d; Tasmanian 'Wc-r, s 5 5: T;VcV<T. s ?11'?.': do. .-v.Mi. s /i«'v': .Al!a. « ' H: Rcval Oeoree, s ".': l'Innrer, E H': Tn'.rrknli Harbpr, b 49/; Compound, b 12/G, s I?.: ; Frc-'nT"!ht -*.» .. Mf«-l I ind say, s £12; do. (paidi, s £13; New Ruby Flat, s a.- - . - . MEIHÖÜRNF. Ouotatinns.-Mt. Tvcll. h 21/10. s 25'; do. Bb-Ws, s "ri; Tonpkah Com nnund, b ]9'7. s I0': do. Harbor, b 49/3, s 50/; Trong, b 23/, s 21/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

"SPANISH" INFLUENZA. . In London, in July, tho death-rate from influenza roso from 4 per weeli (ordinary) to 287, owing to tho visi tation of "Spanish" "influenza. This can bo largely avoided by-carrying a case of Nyal's Laxacolds almul with you. Ono tablet taken in time will frequently check an attack of influ enza. They aro no trouhlo to havo about with you. A box comfortably fits into your vest pocket. - They are a medicine chest in vest pocket , capacity. . Portable, Concentrated, Efficient..' ? -NYAL'S LAXACOLDS. Price,' 1/6. A. E. DIXON. Wynvnrd. . TI. G. SPICER, Burnie. A; J. COLLINS, Ulverstone.; t/ta yow tùitdr? f - cTnnjs cu cup o¡¡ 1 Jto4wri} kw

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CRICKET MATCH AT ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

CRICKET MATCH AT ULVERSTONE. A match was played on Wednesday afternoon between the Wednesday Half-Holiday and Leven cricket teams, tho result being a win for the Wed nesday team, which evidently has a sprinkling ot good batsmen in its rani«. Scores: Ulverstone.-A. Jl'CulIoch. b Ellis, 2; W. Bricknell, c and b Shaw, 10; W. Smith, b Shaw. 0; J. Hiscutt, not out, 14; A. Guthrie, b A. Devlin, 0; J. C. Curnow. b A. Devlin, 34; C. Tomkinson, c Close, b Ellis, 5, Kidd, b Purkiss, 0; Hov. Roberts, c and b A. Devlin, Ö; Broadfieid. b A. Devlin, 0; j. Lang, b A. Devlin, 0; sundries, 7; total, 72. - Wednesday Half-Holiday. - G. Shaw, c Hiscutt, b Tomkinson, 9 ; T. Tucker, b Tomkinson, 2; A. Devlin, run out, 33; B. Coombe, run out, 12; G. Close, lbw, b Smith, 5; S. Ellis, b ÎU'Culloch, 52; W. Lockett, b His cutt, 2; R. Beard, c and b Smith, 0; Scott, o M'CulIoeh. b Smith, 3; Pur kiss, not out,'8; W. Roberts, run out, 20; sundries, 6; total, 152.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPOOKS IN BOARDING HOUSE AMUSING INCIDENT IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

SPOOKS IN BOARDING HOUSE AMUSING INCIDENT IN ADELAIDE. A mysterious disturbance- in Aldgate boardin<¡-houso (Adelaide) on 31st De cember, seriously attributed to spooks, electrical agency, and an earthquake, has been explained by thc cbnfêssibn of ono of tile inmates that during the night he "must have got up and smash ed pictures from sumo unaccountable impulse." Ono of tho pictures destroy ed was -that of tho ex-Kaiserin, and another large picture that of the Ger man Emperor William f. on his death bcd. Tho Government Astronomer and Mcteorrogist visited the place, hut af ter investigation, ajthoiigh impressed by tlio apparent sincerity of the in mates, refused lo .express an opinion. The occurrence has been a nine days' wonder in Adelaide. -

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ULVERSTONE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

ULVERSTONE STOCK SALE. W. T. Bell und Co., Ltd., and thc : Tasmanian Woolgrower.s' Agency Co., Ltd.í held their usual .joint fortnightly sale yesterday. Market as follows: Beef: 20 head yarded. Quality in ferior; competition, keen; price to 55/ per lOOlbs. Store Cattle: Fair yarding; prices still dull. G 2-ycar-old' steers, £7'5/; others, £4/5/ to £6/7/0; 2-year-old heif ers, £5 to £7; cows in profit, £510'. £617/.'6, to £7/12'6; springing cows, £10, £10/7/0 to do., heifers, £9, 7'6 to £10/7/6 ; cows and calves, £8 j 2'6 to £9; calves, 15.' to 30/: yearlings, £3 to £3/14/; working bullocks, £28 10/ per pair. | Sheep: Moderate yarding both fats, and stores; prices shade keener for fats; stores very dull. 'Fat spring lambs, 18/9, 20/ to 23/; do. ewes, 25/3 to 27/6; Leicester rams, 50/; ewes and lambs, 23/. Pigs: Fair yarding both baconers¡ and stores. Stores, easier; bacon ] pigs, very firm, to 8d lb. Baconers, £3.18/. £4?7/, £4'14/6 to £6.9'; pork ers, 27/9 to 41/; slips,- 12/6 to 20...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAINLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

MAINLAND MARKETS. &\DXEY, Thursday.-Oats Tas manian white, 5/3 to 5/6; feed, 4/6 to 4,'0;. potatoes 360/r to,':380/; maize, 7/3; onions, 2o0/ to 260/; Tasmanian straw, 90/. , . . M^B0U?XE Thursday-Oats, 4/3 to 4/4; feed 4/2; maize, 6/6; chaff, 140f; hay, loO/; potatoes, new, 280/ to 320/ ; onions, 230/. . . i

Publication Title: Advocate
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SHIPPING DEVONPORT. ARRIVAL.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

SHIPPING DEVONPORT. "ÂHRÏVAL.-January 9. Botomahann, ss, 1777 tons, E. Evans,, from. Melbourne. Passengers Saloon: Nuise Damnum; Mesdames Hicks, Proctor and child; Messrs. Sol omon, Burkes, Paton, Eastland.

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HOBART MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

HOBART MARKETS. HOBART, Thursday. - The fall of rain on Monday has donev!» large amount of good'; in . thor te'uth^eastern portions bf thc island. ;&T.ycut_jig end. carting arc now being proceeded with, iu'nd farmers are busy erecting. ,their,: .stacks. New hay chaff of.good qual ity ? has : been bringing £7,11), per ton. at the railway yards. It is Understood that threshing machines will be at work this week in some, of the earlier dis-, tricts, and that new corn will be on ihe markeT at the end of the week. Uii iïbrtunately^thc quantity of cereals will .lie very limited. The yield is reported to be quite up to the" average, but tho acreage, as shown, hy the report 'of tho Government Statistician' sonic mouths ago, is even less-than in previous years. The following are. the.; ¡am factory prices for -fruit:-- Raspberries, 2Jd per lb.1; black currants, 3d.; apricots, lid per lb. ? for "No. gride 3 peaches, ld ; golden drop plums; CJ per bushel; other varieties, 5/. ' '? . ' N...

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DEPARTURE.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

DEPARTURE.-January 9. Rotomahann, ss, 1777 tons, E Evans, for Melbourne. Passengers: Saloon: Misses Meeson, Bishop, Har ris, Murray, Canberry, Stubbs, Bash ford., Corrick, three Sisters of Mercv, Carton, Taylor, Shelley M'Gee (2), Cullis, Denison; Uren, Evans, Wilson, Dellngamt, Shelton, Con-en, Hooke, Gardiner, Travers. Cummins, Heath er, Saunders, Symmonds. Greig (2), Eggleston, Carroll, Paul, M'Cormick, Bowling, Morley, May, Cody, Pa tience, Bignall, Cook (2), Massey, ^Manser, - Nicholson, James, Tait, . Brookman. ;M'Kenzie ; Mesdames Pat terson Stratford, Brown (2), Gould, Taylor, Evans, Eggleston, Lloyd, Barry, Gay, Hug, Meyers, Newton, .Wiles, Cochrane, Elcsbury, Allenbor oughj Williams, Wells, Love, Clark (2), -, Raymond Arnall, M'Cor mick," Blackrook, Arnall, Mas sey, Brookmen; Messrs. Arnall, Dr. Eccles, Stretford, Barnett, Pearl, Paterson,. Dr. Beck, Brown, Capt. Beddone, Barry, Dr. Hug, Gould, Hutton, Coombes, Kennedy, Spiers, Jojrco, Anderson, Frazer, E. and N. Smith, Fa...

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EXPORTS.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

BXPORTS.-Jnnuary 9, Per ss Rotomnhana, for Melbourne 1 -37 bgs ncas. E. T. Clements and Co.; 4 bxs butter. River Don Trading Co.. Ltd.; 13 trestles. 10 tables. Sten house and Co. ; 1 cs fruit, 21 bxs but ter, AV. B. Cocker and Co. ; also 7 ess fish and sundries. Rotomaliann, ss, from Melbourne, ¡ via Burnie, arrived at Devonport yes terday morning, and sailed for Mel bourne direct at 3 p.m. She is due again to-morrow morning, and on this . occasion will call at Burnie both ways. Wpellomni, brig, was to have left Melbourne yesterday with a cargo of j "wheat" Fôr'Devonport. Koonda, ss, from Melbourne, is duo at Devonport to-day. She loads 2000 I tons of limestone, and on completion sails for Newcastle direct, Marrawah, ss, is to leave Melbourne at % 'p.m. to-morrow for Devonport, via ther usual 'Coastal ports, and is duo here on Monday. ' :.Wallsend,-RB, en route from Adelaide to_New Zealand, is expected to reach Devonport to-day. She will lift stores and bunker coal. Taviuni, ss, was...

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BURNIE. ARRIVALS.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

BUHHtZ.. ARRIVALS-January 9. Rotomnhaña, es, 1777 tons, ii. Evans, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Garder and chlid, M'Gregor, Iiowie, ^oliffe, Ward, Ferguson, Wal ters, Denn, Stuart, Pritchard, M'Clure, legue and 4 children, M'Kiven, King, (2), Rycroft, Hccman, Jenkins, Hog dale and 2 children, Leighton, Whit ley and child, Meek, Dunn, Collings, Ely, Taylor and infant, Lack, Boys and child, Barclay and 2 children, Bcttetlc, Bewley and 2_children, Watt, M'Kenna and child. Wright and Crcs pin; /Misses Caughcy, Walters, M'Clure (3), King, Wright, Davidson, Betheras, Rlnod. M'Xcil, Rowbottom, Salmon, Mitchell, Elvins, Foster. John son, Stewart, Featherstone, M'Lcan (2), Barber, Atkinson, Meek, Long den, Davies (3), Campbell, Rowe, M'Ewan, Jack, Freeman, Morey, Rob erts, Hayes, Hickton, Lnxon. Bax, Clarke, Ferguson, Manton, Carter, McKenzie. O'Kccfe, Sproute, Wil kins, M'Kenna, Fowler, Quentcnton, Cochrane, Lawrence, Crespin (2), Pznn, Phillips, Downward, Murray and Kelsh; Xurscs S...

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AUSTRALIANS AS FIGHTERS "RECORD UNSURPASSED." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

AUSTRALIANS AS FIGHTERS "RECORD UNSURPASSED." In n statement nt Melbourne thc Minister of Defence said it could bo claimed for tho Australian Imperial Força that it was the best equipped, tho best fed, and thc best clothed force that had been raised for war scrvico m any part of tho world. It had been transported over n greater distance than any other army, with tho excep tion of the New Z?aland force, and not one man had been lost on the way as a result of enemy action. As a fighting f'orro the A.I.F.. ns n-whole, had a re cord unsurpassed by any army in the world. _________ I -I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

. . Dit. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES Pave, tho way to Success ; By giving you y> " ' . . A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Disposition. They digest what, you cat. Obtainable from H G. Spicer, Chemist, Burnie and Stanley: Jas. Thorne, sen., Grocer, Waratah: Yolla Supply Co., Yolla: A. E. Dixon. Chemist, Wynyard, and Grey Bros., Smithton.* V Cycle Capes, Driving Aprons, Leg gings, Horse and Cow Rugs, cheapest »* -» Depot, Devonport.* DRAKE'S CARRAGHEEN for Coughs and Colds. Adose relieves ¡'9 bottle cures.-(Advt.).

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RE-MOULDING FEDERAL CONSTITUTION "LATER ON," SAYS MR. WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

RE-MOULDING FEDERAL CONSTITUTION "LATER ON," SAYS MR. WATT. ¿lr. Watt, Acting-Prime - Minister, 'was asked if the forthcoming confer ence of Stato Premiers and Ministers which he had convened was to be ask ed to take into consideration the ques tion for moulding the Federal Con istitution. "For tho time being," replied Mr. Watt, "I am concerning myself only I with immcdiato problems, such ns re patriation and finance. Later on, however, the question of the Constitu tion will have to- be dealt with."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

BUSINESS NOTICES. (lominonivealtÄJBan^'HiKiimKa I¿ * HEAD OFFICE **»^MV**^ SYDKI-X - .fSFÏIi General Banking* Business Pl?nl%a, Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (Salisbury Plain), and Ra ba ul. Cable remittances made to. »nil lintis wn on forriira thees direct Ford en billa negotiated and collected. Lenci ot credit iasutd 'c any part of the world. Bankin-; and Exchange Busings of tv*ry escription tnnaacted within the Common^ wealth, United Kingdom and atir-id. Current accounts opened. Interest paid CB fiieij deposita. Advancxa made açaiLst iDpruïLd securities. Savings Bank Department Minimum At all _ _ Deposit Branches, and over 27 ÖO Agencies at Interest at ay j i Post Offices In Australia, Papua, Solomon per annum /o I/" Islands, New Britain, and The Pacific, up to £300 INTERSTATE md INTERNATIONAL Siringa Bink FaciUUel. JAMES KELL, Deputy Governor 1918 DENISON MILLER^Qovernor J WBmummmmmÊiÊammmt ism SHIITE'S BOOT SALE NOW IN PULL SWING. BARGAINS FOB li DAYS ONLY T...

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CATERING FOR TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

CATERING FOR TRADE (By Mersey Valley.) Tho query often arises in one's rajnd as to the best means for stimulating the profession trade, or production one is most interested in. It hap pens sometimes that, trade ts lying around, waiting as it were to to pick ed up by the individual with his eye skinned for such opportunities. In the writer's opinion it more of ten seems that whether the natural resources are awaiting development, or the "goods" aro an invention-some factors frequently arc wanting to 1 bring tho business to ultimate suc cess. , Tasmania is a bundle of possibili ties, and the man who says ^ other wise is commercially blind, deaf, dum, dead 1 It is not to such a one wc appeal, but to the man who is interested in the development of his country, who believes in individual enterprise, who believes we are herc not to sleep (al ways), but rather to work, think, and plan, and if possible attain-to this man we appeal for the adoption of a moro vigorous, pushful policy. A famou...

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DEPARTURES.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

DEPARTURES.-January R¡ Rotomaliann. ss, lr"7 tons, E. Evans, for Melbourne, via Devonport. Passengers:-Mesdames Oliver, Berry, ShugÇ, M'Cormick, awl Shiite; Misses M'Leod,. Carson, George, Dar ling, O'Keefo.. Irfihsdell, Aiidrews (2), Shute (2), artd Duke; Messrs. Oliver, M'Millan. Roberts, Berry, Taylor, Shngg, Evans, Rigg, Somerset, Baker, M'Cormick, Freeman, Alexander, Lowe, Darline, Backblock, Shute, Hart, Atkins, Jessen, Priest and Coun sel; Dr. Beck; and 5 steerage. Wareatea, S3, 500 tons, F. Chap man, for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

BHIPPINC. JJNION LINE OF STEAMERS. SAILINGS (weather and other 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. 0, 3 p.m., direct. Saturday, Jan. ll, via Burnie. On Tuesday and Thursday proceeds from Devonport direct to Melbourne, and midday train from Burnio con nects.' 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 S.S. TAVIUNI. Etom; Burnie- Wednesday, Jan uary 8. From Devonport- T'lursdayf Jan uary 0. TO VANCOUVER AND TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM SYDNEY. Steamers Monthly. Agent for Orient Lino of Royal Mail Steamers. ÉLB0URNE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. SYDNEY AND NEWCÄSTLE fErom . Stanley-S.S. Perth: . . - .From" Devonport-S.S. Perth. ; MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO., . LTD., DEVONPORT, . : Agents:. "' Tas. Farmers' Association, Bu...

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