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HOW THE MONEY GOES [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

HOW THE MONEY GOES Somewhere in the wilds of the Fed eral Territory there has been, built in censored secrecy ai new town. The Com monwealth has spent £157,CCO on its construction onjjehalf of tho British Government. It includes BO blocks of buildings, each containing 21 rooms ; its appointments make it a. model town ship. It was constructed for German internees and their families, who were to have been brought here from the En,st. And not one German was im ported. So wo have a new, complete, and up-to-date township without an in habitant. And the Government doesn't, know what to do with it; It might possibly bo suggested that hero was a heaven-sent opportunity to settle thc question of tho Federal Capital. Can berra is stil} 'n tho initial stages of construction, and apparently it will be years before it becomes ready for the transfer of tho government. Why not shift the whole machinery of our Fede ral Government to this new model township? Thero tho Cabinet might live with Spartan...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"WHAT A WELL-BUILT MAN" POCKET-PICKING UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

. "WHAT A WELL-BUILT MAN" . POCKET-PICKING UP-TO-DATE. T James Concile, of Belmore, street, Burwood, was in tho bar of a hotel in Elizabeth street, Sydney, when some men, after eulogising bis physical pro portions, proceeded to mensuro him against tho wall. When tho job was over, and the others had departed Condie.put his hand' in his yest pocket to ascertain' tho time, and found that his'watch and i chain were missing. They'were valued', at £20. -±_ i

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

WYNYARD. Collision.-Mr.: Clyde Biggins lind a i narrow eîçapp^ from serious injury oil Wednesday "' n'ljiht.' ' '' "He was leaving ! Phillips and -PliiHips* motor gnrago on this motor bicycle, arid"while waving to I a friond.:fáilod'to notico the approach I of ? "'car from au opposite direction. Hie car swerved out of its course in its endeavor to avert an ' accident, but notwithstanding this precaution th 3 col lision could not bo avoided. The car passed over tho back wheel of the motor bicycle, badly- damaging it. Mr. Biggins escaped with bruises and a severe shaking. '. . _ . ? . Fire.-Damage to tho extent of over" £150 was caused hy a fire which broko ont in the laundry of the Commercial Hotel early yesterday morning/ ;Be 'tncen *. 1 and %_¡ a.m., 'ono. oflMn !'Hrbwn's' daughters was awakened." by the flames coming from tho laundry, A /good muster of .firemen, together with j Sèuior-Constablo Matthews,- were soon : on the scene, and 'heir united efforts ¡ succeeded in preventing...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PENGUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

.r PENGUIN. Timber Toll.-^A meeting of tho Pen guin Council will be held at thc Court House, Penguin, on Saturday, Febru ary 1, to confirm the by-law passed at a meeting on January 4-"That any person being the owner of a vehicle car rying timber (other than firewood or timber to be used within tho munici pality fpr.buildin&.purnoses) over any road ini jthe municipality :of Penguin ! shall pay'n'toll .to be.fixed from time tu time and not, to exceed 2/6 per 1000 feet OT any ,iraction ¿or part thereof. , Returns to hp furnished to the council by 'all such ¡parsons so cart ing-" .,. . .- -.' -. ?? - -

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MR A. STEWARD LUCADOU-WELLS L.D.S. MR. HAROLD LUCADOU-WELLS, L.D.S. DENTAL SURGEONS, WILSON STREET, BURNIE, AND WYNYARD. Visits (appointments advisable) WARATAH-Atkins' Hotel, monthly, ll a.m., Tuesday, to 2 p.m.; first Wednesday, Jan. 7 and 8. . STANLEY - Rowlands', ll to 5; "third Wednesday, Jan. 22. SOUTH FOREST - Gourley's, Thurs day, Jan. 23. -? FOREST - Emmerton's, Thursday, Jan. 23, 12 to 4. SMITHTON - Morton's, Friday, Jan. 24, 2 to 6. IRISHTOWN - Reid's, Friday, Jan. 24, ll to 1. ... MONTAGU-Williams', Saturday, Jan. ?', .25, 3 to 8. ' MARRAWAH - Qiiilliam's, Monday, Jan. 27, 9 to 2. " / .. - BLACK RIVER - Medwin-'s,. Tues " day, Jan. 28, 4 p.m.. .." DETENTION - ¿Dallas','. Tuesday, ? . Jan. 28,.5 to 6 "pVnt. " '...-"! WYNYARD.- Titlcy'sl- Monday and Thursday afternoons' and daily .ex cept during visits! . N.B. .- Above visits a week later than usual on account of holidays. r M. M'DONOUGH, L.D.S., P . . VIC. (Licentiate Dental Surgery, Melb. Universi...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

? J ''il DEVONPORT: j^, } \ Thc Rotomahnna.-Tho iioldihg-i of tho ts Loongana still operates fi the benefit of the .Coast. >'Yestcrds afternoon^ the ss Rotomalmna left f< Melbourne direct with 215 passenger of whom 170 travelled saloon and -I steerage, and some were still unabl to secure berths. Tho chief clerk i the Ü.S.S. Co. (Jír. F. Kemp) is sti relieving nt Dunne, and in order t cope with the nish. .Mr. J. Saviguy. c thc Launceston office, has been tempe rarily transferred to Devonport. Ther are heavy bookings for to-morrow' trip to Melbourne, the rush appear ¡likely to continue till thc ordinary sci Ivico is restored. ., Making->Xew Streets.-As-announ ced yesterday, Cr. H; A. Dumbleton in tends to bring before Monday's meet ing of , the council a proposal for th construction of new streets./ .AVhei seen in regard to it, he explained tba some owners were willing to, construe tho streets facing their properties i the council would remit thc rates til they we...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ROUND HILL MINE. NEW LODE OPENING UP WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

ROUND HILL MINE. NEW LODE OPENING UP WELL.. SHEFFIELD, Thursday.-The new lode on the Hound Hill mine is open ing up very well indeed, and the fur türe of tho property now seems át I tamed. As well "as splendid milling dirt, appreciable quantities'of firsts'.are being broken; 'and lt-is 'stated ,tha.t¡a [parcel of clean ore will shortly [be I carted to Staverton^'railway station. The lode is very large, has now been driven on for more than 100 feet, and is strong and well defined. Assays have given np to one oz. gold per ton, and COO ozs.' of silver. _ The mine is clear of debt, and equipped with an up-to-date concentrating plant, and should become a dividend-payer in the not-distant future. This mine is on the great mineral belt which ex tends across Tasmania, from Zeehan to Beaconsfield. The writer considers that as the Round Hill mine develops, a continuation of this belt of country will bc found to exist in the vicinity of the Minnow Rivulet, where very en couraging indications h...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRODUCTIVE, NORTH-WEST THE GARDEN OF TASMANIA SOME INDUSTRIAL POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

PRODUCTIVE, NORTH-WEST I THE GARDEN OF TASMANIA SOME INDUSTRIAL POSSlBlLI* I VIES. It is à truism that the North-VVest Coast is the most. productive tract in Tnsmnriirij iirid Tasmania iä noted as being the Garden Stato of Australia. Acre for acre no State can approach this island for production. But many parts of tho island are .not favored. The Midlands aro noted as sheep country, but big ,areas; are. essential to success there. Tho West Coast ¡3 rieh in min eral wealth, though not suited, except |u isolated localities for intense cul ture. Even tho fruit lands of the South nro very patchy, though tho pro duction of fruit is great and íhe pos sibilities greater. It is the North-West which stands out. as being pre eminently tho garden ,arêa ..of Tas mania. The bulk of its soil is rich, suitable for thj> raising of enormous pofcata crops. Cereal returns, especially when the crops aro cut for hay, arc uniformly heavy. Tile fact that blue peas havo become of late years a ventablo p...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CROPS AND MARKETS TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

. f CROF^AN^ SABKETS - .TASMANIAN MARKETS. ' DEVONPORT.-The ss Tariuni was expected to reach Devonport yesterday co load produce far Sydney, hut did not arrive nt Burnie [rom Hobart till tho afternoon. She is due here at an ? early. Jiflur this morning, and is to sail in the. nfternoon: It is exuected she . . will'take between 12,030 '¿nd? 13,000 bags* potatoes, which is a good deal in excess of tho earlier expectations, and, of eourse, had. a considerable effect on tho* market. ''" Sydney reports the re ceipt of fair quantities of locals, and is easing back. Possibly next week will . seo considerably lower values. Locally, £15 to £15/10/ was paid for Brownells *, and £1-1/10/ to £15 for Bismarcks and 4. Up-to-Datcs.. A few-t brains were.sent .* in, nnd sold for £8. Chaff realised £6 for new season's, while some now peas also.came along. .These sold,for 10/ to 10/6. No oats were on' offer, but the quote was 4:6 for Giants and 4'1 for. Stouts. There was no business in straw. Hail del...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IMPORTS.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

IMPORTS.-January 0. Per . ss ? Rotomahan.i, from Mel bourne:-! cs confy., 13 ess temples, W..B. Cocker and Co.; 1 pkg hose, 13 lengths piping, Finlayson Bros. and Co., Ltd. ; 8 ess machinery, T. Rose vear; 8 ess pickles, 5 ess tobacco, ¡Ai bgs flour, River Don Trading Co., Ltd. ; IQ bis twine, Stenhouse and Co.; also 192 bgs sugar, 34 bgs pollard, 20-t bgs flour, 53 ess fruit and sundries.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TMPORTS.—January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

TMPORTS.-Ji\nïmry 9. Per ftotöniahann, "BS, from Mel bourne:-129 ess fruit, ll pkgs bed steads, 66 bgs pollard, 204 bps sugar, ll bps onions, 173 bis flour,' JO 1:K< rico. 20 bgs salt, 40 bgs bran, and j sundries. J.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMMONWEALTH MAY INTERVENE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

COMMONAVEALTU MAY INTER VENE. ll ELIJO rn.N'K, Thursday.-Thr ro is mi change in tho position in connection ivith thc ts Loongana. It is expected that tho Federal Government will inter vene shortly. i biter-Tho Federal Cabinet decided to-night to instruct the Attorney-Gen eral to consider the question of inter vening through the Arbitration Court in connection with the Loongana dis pute.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TEMPERANCE REFORM METHODS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

TEMPKRANCE REFORM OTOflS To thc Editor. _.Sir(-It is .doubtful . th:ü ll»' » totallers will do iimrh 1 I.}' methods of the campaign ' .'li iii are bringing Air. Tennyson --~mith '? lead. .Air. Smith nimuiin.. * il¡,u '; ». is part uf his platform H 'li-'"": every liquor seller in the > u- of r community, and make ii ii.;.e-iW'' < ¡him to hold any offiei- in .. 1er thur or State." Jtut if the >;W sw*' is to le made a pariah .. * »*..' ' tho liquor buver? Win : -;i 1 hypocrite would the coiisti . r nf aw hoi la who remained to ¡.ray in church, from which, in .,).. matu f dignation, he had expelí ; |W der of it? And, if even. ? .? ul:» l'i drink is to bo cjt-coniii.-.m'.iwA ? well ns everyone who fl! «tmipt ns is tho way and naliv a- .' Rato, there will he more '.han suC:, cient room for all the ri. 1 lts !° ^. in.thereat. ' When the .¡.-.iii-*1.', to te disqualified* ns a ?.AnW"* eternal bliss, what will !?. '>'' of tho man who crows tut UIÜIB it the grape from whi...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS. NORTH-WEST COAST TOUR ULVERSTONE DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS ¿ NORTH-WEST COAST TOUR ^ ULVERSTONE DEFEATED. i Tlíc South Aiitniliaii team nf \mtr¡ eis who arc touring Tasmania ai. ' rived at Ulverstone yesterday iiiorii. ing by tile goods train from l)L.VllIl. port. The visiturs were met ¡it tl,, railway statiun by several ol' ihe |w.jj team and on arrival at the giuunj ti» Warden (Cr. A. S. l.ahiii) gave ¿ vivitori a cordial trivetin^ tu üu. j,'., trict on behalf of the people, and ' pressed a hope thal their vi>ii vun]r be a pleasant one, and result in il,,., intcr-Statc contests heniiiiing anim,,; fixtures. Mr. C'rnse, secretan ,,f ¿ South Australian Howlers' A-xi iatii,., responded, assuring the Wanlen ||ia. their vis't lo Tasmania lind l"eu ,,r,, ? of unusual pleaMire; th.' Iio-j.iiüliiy * I experienced had l-er-n bnnnd|i".¡, an'i they would carry away with livia th,. "?; I most pleasing recollections 1,1 tl« trip to this island. I The weather was ideal fur \uwUt-, land the ground fn.-t. Munmin u, was provided...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ARRIVAL AT BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

. .. .ARRIVAI/ AT W'líXIi:. Tlio loam anil friends aiiiv.il : Rumie by Inst evening's train. T* were mot i-y tile president ni t lu- I nie Rowling Club (Air. J. Miilii. the secretary (Rev. J. Tiy..n Mil and njenibers. This mornin', 51 Stirling will conduct the u. iy c.- - the breakwater winks, and tur ita ternoon a motor trip tu li i.it Jinc has boen arranged, with ai¡>-rt»MB at Wynyard. Th« following team; will tty**: .* Burnie in the four-rink Kanu- aar. Adelaide on the Burnie lireliaj ute to-morrow:-Fnnnnn [AÚ\K. ÏU'.V wey, Jones, Rrown. SuV.n i-îti; Cummins, Rutter. f'urin>-> Shit (skip), Riggs, Schell. Stol-.,-. Nt/f .'skip), English, Stirling, 'leia. 'As the visitors have cii."di BUT hers tn form another linl.. tin1 d' lowing Riirnie players fcav.- 'mi - leetcd to meet them : - - Ilwk'ii..: (skip), Southwell, Wisi-maic Rev. M son._

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
KING GEORGE'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

KINO OEOKOF/S SYMPATHY. Ki'i¿ CU-orge ¡uni Queen Mary have rnbleil i i.mluJ.iHi's tj Sirs. Roosevelt. Their Mapsti.-s said:-"We had a personal regard for your distinguished husband. Ile will he missed hy many friends in England to whom he en deared himself.'' Queen Alexandra raided:-"I nm indeed grieved io hear of the death of your great and distinguished husband, fur whom T had the greatest regard. Please accept my deepest sympathy on the irreparable loss von have suf fered." President Wilson has cabled his. sym pathy to Mrs. Roosevelt.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FISHING AT LAKE LEAKE. SOME EXCELLENT CATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

, FISHING AT LAKE LEAKE . L,SOME EXCELLENT CATCHES. j îriî.H manager fli. thèiGovernmenf Ae\ <*>mmodation House-.at .Lake' Jíeake rei ports:- ; ,.?".,,.,.-. ? - ,,T(S¡nco my.last report the following aro tho catches of rainbow trout by anglers at .the Government Tourist House, Xako Lcako:- Mr. and Mrs/ Wo (Vic.), 2S fish, heaviest 5{Ib. lo **'?..> "J' ""«I spinner; Hr. M'Farland (Vic.)," 8 fish, "heaviest Tilb. to 3}lb.; Dr. and Mrs. Smellie and Mr. F. and Mrs. Von Bibra, -12 fish for five days' fishing, heaviest 6'lb. to 2}lb.; Mr. G. S. Magill (India), 20 fish-, heaviest Gib. io 2$lb. ; Mr. and Mre. Nichols and party, 4- fish, heaviest alb. to 2jlb.; j Dr.,. Mrs. and Miss Shuter (Vic.), 10 fish, heaviest 6lb. to 2Jib., fly and spin ner- Mr. S. Napper, 7 fish, heaviest 5 lb. to 21b.; Mr. P. C." 'Warn er, 7 fish, heaviest SJlb." to 2ilb. ; .-Mr. D R Davis 4 fish, heaviest 51b; to 2 ft.^Mr., Mrs. and Master Chas. Wal lis, 22 fish, heaviest ÇJlb. to 2}lb.; Mr. A. G. S...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. BUILDING PROPOSAL AT DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

' SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL ""H BUILDING- PROPOSAL' AT DEV05Í .. .rr. POUT. A."."meeting- of the Anzac Welcome Committee was held in tho Council 'Chambers, Devonport, last evening to take into consideration a proposal to erect a^enitable soldiers^ memorial for tho town."'' , "'..''. ;..Tbe Warden (Cr. H. FI. MTió),.vrho presided, said that; the scheme had come belora"tho" council, but had been referred, to that -, committee as thor oughly representativo of tho various prganisations iii.Devonport. : ,llo.would, however, like tb have seen a larger at tendance. , It would bc valuable if they could have an 'expression of opinion from.tho H,S;A. -Thc returned men, ho understood, favored a-scheme which would be. useful rather than ornamen tal. Mr. J. H. Henry : It has been stated in thc' press that sanction will not be given to any memorial costing more than £25, unless it is of direct benefit to the soldiers or their dependents. ' Lieut. Williams said" ho was there as representing the returned....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LATROBE T. AND I. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

LATROBE .T. AND !. ASSOCIATION I ;A meeting of tlio Latrobe Tourist and Improvement Association was held on Wednesday night at the Tourist Un read. Hr." L. E. 0. Heady occupied the chair. A letter was read from the Council. Clerk complaining of the waste of wa ter nfc' Central Réserve, and nskiitg that more cilre'be'exercised. , f .' ".It was decided tn reply: stating that . the overseer had taken every care in the I past to avoid wasting' tlip water, and if waste had occurred it was' iicci'deà- ' tai. . . .' ..'?,", ? Tho fceretary reported that he had requested .thc council to erect a finger post at Atkinson's corner. _ The. chnirninn reported that the har liormasteri'of. the Mersey Jlarine Board had visited tho Latrobe Inlet, and had promised to have it dredged before the carnival. The monthly report of thc overseer. was rcâJ|ahû.ijdoptcd. It was'resolved that the official opening of L'ott's, Gorge should take place on Jañnáry 27. It was decided that a picnic bo held, and a commi...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ALLEN DOONE CO. OPENING NIGHT AT BURNIE. "MOLLY BAWN" TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 10 January 1919

, ALLEN .DOONE CO. OPENING NICKT AT BURNIE. . "MOUY BAWN" TO-NIGHT. A real Irish play,* genuine îlrislrae-i "tor«, tint! a- warm-hearted crowded au dience made thc opening of thc Allen Boone Ca,'-i Burnie season at tho 'I neu tre last night a triumph.' Thc play chosen for the opening night was "Lucky O'Shea," iii which' the com pany scored a notable success on thc inainlaud recently. Larry O'Shea,' a care-free Irish officer in thc army of Napoleon, is married "against his will to a pretty Irish girl, Mather than cause, lier pain, he conceals his identity, pretending thnt he is dead. He re turns to Ireland, and ns a bnilür-pur Siied actor wins the love of the girl to whom lie is already married. The act ing, tho setting, and int iden till music wero excellent. 'Allen Doono's irresisti hV nercnrnilii«. iran flu.- Wiri. ,if Incl. uiu personality won tlieT hearts; of last night's "audience as it lins won,, tho hearts of ; audiences the worldfpvûr. When hp first appeared he was greeted b...

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