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EXPORTS.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
ÏXPOTtTS.-Jnnunrr 9. Por Warcatea, r.'. for Melbourne:- I 6?. sassafras lon« HO.?O0ft.V 83,5W>ft. . sawn mvrtlc, 29.1C0 5ft. páünes: 1025 ? 6fs. nalinps. 14C0ft. sawn blackwood : and sundries. Ttí?i ss Potnmahana arrived at Bur- | ni» from Melbourne, ycsterd-ny nt 5.10 a.m.. and after discharging her cargo, icft for Devonport. Tho return trin to Melhnurne was made direct from Devonport. The ss Taviuni arrived yesterday af ternoon; and' war. duo to get away dering the early hours of this roorn inq; with a cargo of produco for Syd nev. The ss AVareatcn left .yesterday morning with ii cafgb of timber for Melbourne._._
HOBART-STREET DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
HCBART-STREET DISTL'RBANCf' p HOBART, Thursday.-Ai i'&lt;&lt; >Ä ' Court ttw'ny two tildi, nniivd '"j; .and' ^'Guinness, wen- v.r.'«"1'; f against for creating n distill! :!""'/'".',&lt;L weekswback in front of CliaiN- M'"' butcher, shop in Eliiaboth 'inti. ,l! both caws « 'conviction, waa recur dw&lt;
SHIPPING SITUATION POSITION UNCHANGED HEAVY COAST TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
SHIPPING SITUATION POSITION UNCHANGED I HEAVY COAST TRAFFIC I Peiuiiiort and Burnie Vero busy ports ¡»gili» yesterday. The ss lioto iiiahaun arrived at Burnie at 3.10 a.m. with 'iii) passengers, ami at Devonport at S n.iH. Forty-five passengers for Melbourne went aboard at Burnie, and win n the Hetoiii.iluv.iii left Devonport yesterday afternoon she carried a total ei -l.'i. Therefore, inter-State pas sengers pa-s»il tlirougu Devonport and Turne yesterday. The increased steam er trade has had the elfei-t of increas ing the railway traffic to a substan tial i .\ti nt. The llutumahana ii due on the Coast again lo-morrinv, when she will run as usual, sailing from Burnie at night. The ss Wainui leaves Burnie on Sun day n ¡th passengers fur Melbourne.
THE MARCH TO THE RHINE [?]OTH BATTALION "NOT IN IT." [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
TÍIE MARCH TO THE RHINE .JOTH BATTALION "MU IN' IT." Private NCR. Ellis. l'I'h Ma-Li finn Convprîny, A.I.F., in a inr.r . lu's parents, Mr. ami M iv S C. W of Burnie, mentions timi tia' _ .)'} n.ittalion did not liana-i|iati' in i march to the Birnie. Writinu i.n >'. vcmber 1&lt; from Fn«nei-Wirsr: Pte. Ellis related:-"AV.. are i: about to start on a 209-tMÍe mártir, the east hank of the H hint-, a* i army of occupation, an.l i. v? - tn ; there hy December 2. MI it will ' fairly stiff marching. It : wry li ly we will be there quite .1 Lai.: tilt ns the educational scheme r-t.irts soon as we arrive. Ail !li'> Au-tr liens will he there with ti,, evvfti of the Third Division, sn tl..; M V. Battalion will not he in ii. 1 dot know yet where the Thir l liivi-inn going. AVe expect to haw LM«1 tie in German territory in 'he «¡iv 1 sports, which are now b.ti:_t m^anjV and our billots will be vet.. ..««1. T weather is very cold, hut line, api looks like snowing. Par . 1- »rill U...
HONORING THE DEAD WAR GRAVES COMMISSION. MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
I HONORING THE DEAD IWAT! CHANTS COMMISSION . MKKTS. ILONDON'. Wednesday.-At :v meet in}; nf thc Imperial War (¡raves Com luissiou, at -A hil li Mr. W. Long pre sided, all the British and overseas' representatives wire present. The chairman s.ate.1 that ell Over seas' Governments had unreservedly agreed to hear their share ul what ever expense was involved in wurtlulv honoring the memory of their dead. The commU-ioii, therefore, could dis ehnrge it- task in an mijrradging spirit. The eommis-L.ti adopted the ncom mendatiuti that. ;he must suitable method of honnriug thine whose graves could not lin tumid ur défini il, wullld !«. to place a tablet appropriately in scribed in a cemetery near the spot where the men vere believed to have been killed. It is estimated that there will he at least 1000 cemeti-rie« The cc.mmi-.-ion ile.áded tn ask the Indian Government to formulate pro posals for the e>tal)li-liini'nt of an agency in India fer the care of British war graves there. The comm...
LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
'UÙ^CESTCNÍ/PQLÍCECOÚBT. ? LÀtîkcîlSfOX/ Thursday.-it the' Police 1, Courti lorday John Cox and John Vimpany .pleaded guilty to" a cljarpio oiF-iBtealins; a duck and a pig, the pïqpc'rty.'qf. George 13. Hammond, aVl'rofpect on Christmas.Exe. Each \v.is sentenced to turco months' impri sonment* ..
STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
. STANLEY. j î'CluUran'r :Gourt.-iLnst "Tuesday à i ChildrèhV Oaiirt 'waa: held/;-*'vfhën'twô i juveniles wero'elinrgod' with ¡throwing j stones iii the street. , A connctiriií was I recorded, and the youngsters" received a-severe reprimand from tho.Bench! 1 This sluMild be a warning to others,- ai? I many children indulge In this dangerous .habit, which, in addi.ion to .the anuoy ratice it^ causes, iniirht easily bb \}¡¿ : iiieans uf snnie had accident. Xcxt' tinïe the Bench limy not take such a lenient view of the mattetv1!' , ' 7 >'?'? - . .'? j
METHODIST CHRUCH DEVONPORT CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
DEVONPORT CIRCUIT. I 'iTliO quarterly nieotinR of tho Me-J thodist Circuit" was held at tho par- . sonnge on Wednesday night, the llev. ] H. Wilkinson presiding. Tho at-1 tendance waa smaller than usual, ow ing to many of the members hoing on their holidays, seven apologies being received. The finance, Sunday School ¡and devotional reports were reviewed, and were most satisfactory. Mr. -R. P. Hunt was appointed .senior circuit ' steward '- for the- ensiling year; and Mr. "JV*. Eastman, junior circuit stew ard The mpetinu exnressod. its deep appreciation1 of- the services rendered the church bv the- retiring' steward (Mr. T. Whitfield), also sympathy in the- illness to which he has been sub jected during the term. Tho hope was expressed that he would com pletely and permanently recover, «o was appointed representative to thc conference which meets at the end of February in Melbourne. Mr. C. Ramsay will also be present hy virtne of his" position ns treasurer of the loan fund. This gat...
TRANSPORTS ARRIVING PROCESSION OF BIG SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
TRANSPORTS ARRIVING PROCESSION OP BIG SHIPS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.-Tho fol lowing is ft list of transports duo to arrive nt Fremanllo between Onwwry 15 and January 31, th* dates given being approximate only:- ? Ship. Date. Officers. Others, AruOlshire, Jan. 16 ... 70 1302 Leicestershire, Jan. 16... 123 1.121 Nestor, Jan. 18. 103 1622 Burma. Jan.' 19 (for W.A.) . 9 690 1 Burma, Jan. J9, for. other States . 20 850 Somali, Jan. 19. 49 1191 Wiltshire, Jan. 20 ... ... 48 600 Saxon. Jan. 20. 31 1165 Karoola, Jan. 20 . 28 403 Orontes, Jan. 22 . 49 942 Aeneas, Jan. 25 . 48 942 -, Jan. 25. ... 48 1110 Marmari. Jan. 26 ... ... 21 835 Bakara, Jan. 28. 13 ' 775 ? Thc Barambah on Jnnnary Si is due with 583 war workers. The Somerset is due at'-Melbourne on January 14 with 721 troops, including a 6f. leave draft. The Port' Hacking is due at. Albany on January 16 and at Melbourne on Janu ary 22 with' a 750 leave draft.
NORFOLK ISLAND'S "JAG." ARMISTICE NEWS HAILED WITH DELIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
NORFOLK ISLAND'S1 "JAG'! ARMISTICE NEWS HAILED WITH DELIGHT. MFXnOünXÉr'TKiiTstlay.-Mr. M. ¡ y. Murphy (administrator of. Norfolk Aland) has written to Mr. Glynn (Min ister for Home and; Territories) des cribing the joy pf tne' NorfoJk Island ers nt thc signing of the armistice. The news, says Mr; ' ' Murphy, was rewired with demonstrations of frantic delight. Such n demonstration was never" witnessed on the ¡«land be fore.. Tlie announcement of the hand ing over of the -German Fleet was made nt a public hall, and the Admin istrator was carried shoulder high by the residents,
"CUSTOMARY BUNGLING." SOLDIERS RETURN TO PENGUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
"CUSTOMARY BUNGLING." SOLDIERS RETURN- TO PENGUIN. Bv tho goods iniin from Bunne yes terday morning Private Gordon Dick, nf Riana,.and Private John Keogh, of Penguin, returned from active service. fHvin'c to the customary bungling .of the department, no official word wns received of their return; but, on tho contrary, relatives were advised they would h ive to entrain, for .Launceston. The reception committee were thus misled, and tho usual welcome to re turned men had not been arranged. Arrangements worn immediately made to have the soldiers and their friends matorrd to their homes, and tho official welcome will be tendered later.
WHO'S AT FAULT? MELBOURNE BLAMES HOBART FOR ANZAC MUDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
WHO'S AT FAULT ? MELBOURNE BLAMES HOBART FOR ANZAC .MUDDLES. HOBART, Thursday.-The military authorities in Melbourne haring de clared that the last bia blunder with respect to the notification of the re turn of Anzacs and other soldiers was at this end, a statement is being pre pared bv the committee in answer, and it iiclaimed that documentary evidence is in hand to prove the fallacy of the above assertion. An instance is quo ted that a little while back five urgent telegrams were received in one day from Melbourne as to the departure of a number of Anzacs, while as a matter of fact those very men had previously ^arrived and been duly welcomed. The State Government has intimated tn the committee that if it is desired the Melbourne tourist officer will cabin to Tasmania the news of the de parture of soldiers from Melbourne.
PROMINENT POLITICIAN PASSES DEATH OF ROBERT HARPER. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
PROMINENT POLITICIAN PASSES DEATH OF ROBERT HARPER. MELBOURNE, Thursday.-General regret was expressed tù-day when it became know that Mr. Robert Harper had passed away. '. Tile deceased gentleman was born in Glasgow in 1842. and was, therefore, nearly 77 years of-age when he died. He was the head of a large firm deal ing in'dry goods, but entered public life at an early, age. . He became a member of the "Legislative Assembly, and with oue or two breaks, remained in the Victorian Legislature until- Fed eration was accomplished, when he was elected as member, for .Mernda in the'House.' of Representatives. ; He retained the scat until the electorate was abolished on a re-arrangemont of seats. He was a' firm Protectionist, and a speaker of ability. .. ...
£30,000 FOR CHARITIES £500 FOR RELATIVES. APPEAL FOR CONSIDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
£30,000 FOR CHARITIES £500 FOR RELATIVES. APPEAL FOR CÓXSIDERÁTIÓX. I - I MELBOURNE, Thursday. - When the late Mr. T. H. Whicker died Sn England some months ago he left j ££O.CCO, chiefly to Ballarat ehariSablo j institutions. These institutions have been circularised by Mrs. J. Bell, of I Essex, England, who states that'out of i the £30,00) only £5(!0 was left to near relatives. She appealed for - sym- 1 pathetic consideration for her daugh ter. At a meeting of the Ballarat Hos-1 pital Committee to-day it was stated ! [ that the hospital solicitor had advised j : that nothing could be done in tho mat- I ter of the appeal, and it was decided'' [ that no action bo taken. I
TROTTING INQUIRY RUNNING OF GOLD PATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919
TROTTING INQUIRY RUNNING OF GOLD PATCH. LAUNCESTON, Thursday. - The stewards of thc N.T. Trotting Club continued their inquiry to-night into the unsatisfactory running of the mare Gold Pa:ch at the club's race meeting on December 21. After hearns further evidence the inquiry was adjourned sine dio to give Woilly, the owner and ;traincr of the mare, an opportunity of producing a veterinary surgeon's evidence as to whether tho mare was lame..