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DEMOCRATIC KRUPP'S MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

DEMOCRATIC KRUPP'S MANAGER AMSTERDAM, ' Thursday. - Dr. Hughcnholtz (general manager, of Krupp's) has resigned! aiSï is becom ing^ Democratic candidate for the National 'Assembly.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

CURES THE RIGHT WAY. Yon can drug a. cough into silence hy taking strong opiates, but that is not curing. Hooper's Cough Elixir cures tho right way-it goes right to the seat of tho trouble, quickly healing and soothing tho inflamed membranes, thereby removing tho causo of tho cough. Frica, 1/6 and 2.0, from R. F. Johnston, Chemist, Devonport and Latrobe . I I.X.L. Jams are the best. Ask for them and accept no ether.*

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LABOR'S MISTAKE. URGING RETURN OF COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

LABOR'S MISTAKE. URGING RETURN OF COLONIES. Tim London "Times'' states that Mr. Appleton, Secretary of tho Federa tion of Trades Unions in a sarcastic ally candid review nf tho election, says that tho Labor Party grossly blundered in Approving of tho restoration of tho Pacific and African colonies without consulting tho Dominion Laboritrs. "Tho elections showed," says Mr. Anpleton, "that any Labor Party Inu tile to the navy and army and tho colonies will never seciirn n birrie si and ina in Britain. Only SflO.flOfl of our 0,fir/),000 electors voted for revolution« ary candidates."_

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH POLITICS CABINET ASPIRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

i BRITISH POLITICS CABINET ASPIRANTS. It ¡3 understood tlint Messrs. Clyne.% Dames, Hodge, and Thomas will bo willing to accept olfice iindftv Mr. Lloyd George if tho Labor Party can bu in duced to rescind the decision ta re nounce the party truce. Mr, Lloyd Ceorgo's comest desire ii to seo tho reconstructed Government in eludo something libo eight La bur Min isters ns tho pre-vlfction Government did, hut this musi depend l.ir^ely irj:oj tho action of the Nntioual Labor li»? eutivc, which drove thc l/tl.or Mini> tcrs from tho Gorcrnnirnt just Mure the election, and who s'nuv, ni fir, let inclination to alter its ('etermiiiatiuu fur Parliamoiitars- independence li hopes for a Lahor Ministry after ni-xi. elections, perhaps tin ce years hence. .Spéculation i'¡ bur,- with the rnu stri't'tiii:! (¡f the Cabinet. Mr. I'ottar Law will lannie th? Chancellorship of tile lísclirqner and routine bimsen? lo tlio ler-'Vrshin rf tiio limiio ol uom mons. Loni Ciiram ivill retain tho leadership o...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DEVON HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

DEVON HOSPITAL Tho Mi'Rthly mooting of tiio bonn of management of tho Uuvau Hospita was lioiil !n tho boardroom, Latrobe, yesterday afternoon. There wen - presenl:-The hon, manager (Mr. J, l'restidçe), in tho chair; Me-srs. T. Ii'. Cutts, J. G. Matthews, J. F. Wright, 1!. M. Ritchie, H. Murray, and H. Beresford. Hon. Manager's Report. ?Tlie chairman reported that tho hot-water service to the Nurses' Home iind bern completed. This, with a simi lar service to thc ward*, bcd east £lft) lf)lt). Nurse- AiMhuti, Robinson, Mai-bin. Roi-M.lf. and Brennan had completed their four years' tenn and had pas-ad the A.T.X.A. examination. Tho Cuivrnmetit had ben asl¡c:l for an increased «rant, hut so far no re sponse hud come io hand. The over draft now stood at i'."-S3. and th"ir hankers very naturally asked far a re duction. Dr. Walpole, after roofer;¡nc; with the finance committee. Ind sub mitted a scheme of charges to bj made for the nw of the X-ray: it remained for tho board to consi.l, r it. ...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILBUR CHAPMAN STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

WILBUR CHAPMAN STORIES Tlio Into Dr. Wilbur Chapman, th« American evangelist, had a direct and forceful way of making In's points. "Say," ho would exclaim, pointing to a injin who was smoking in tho crowd, "what would you think if you saw Jesus Christ going down the street with a soegar in His mouth.1'" Dr. Chapman (old many stories dur ing his .Aiiitralian visits. Hero aro threo of them: A man who was never in time for anything, gut drunk, and some wnp» carried him into a big undertaker'.-) cellar where coffins were stocked. They lifted him into one, and put tho lid on, allowing it to overlap nr. tho side lo giro him nir. When h< woko up he pushed off tl».' lid and sat up wi;_h a start. Seeing thc [ empty coffins all round him, he ex . claimed, "Late again! Too hto evt'Il ! for the Resurrection!" j An old woman was told that tho 1 Biblical story of Jonah and thc irhaln was merely an allegory-- that it would be a physical impossibility for a whaln to swallow a man. "I don...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CABLES IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

. CABLES IN BRIEF Tho "Daily News" asserts that Field-Marshal Haig will refuse to ac cept further honors until the Govern ment redresses certain grievances of discharged officers and improves the treatment of slain officers' dependents. Thc principal allegation is the failure to recognise hardships. Overcrowding of all kinds of convey ances in London haS recently become gTcater than ever. The companies de clare that it is desirable to secure th" release of drivers from tho army. The Vehicle Workers' Union now threat ens to refuse to carry more than the pre-war licensed niimber of passengers on trams and omnibuses.: as a protest against tho extra work entailed.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Under entirely new management. FOX FILM CORPORATION, LTD. Will inauguarate a weekly circuit, Commencing tho GRAND OPENING on SATURDAY NEXT, JAN. 18, AT WYNYARD. LATROBE-MONDAY, JAN, 20. ULVERSTONE-TUESDAY, JAN. 21. i DEVONPORT- WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22. FOX FILM CORPORATION _ Will present- ? "AMERICAN BUDS." "AMERICAN BUDS." "AMERICAN BUDS." "AMERICAN BUDS." .7000 Feet. : ? We have.also secured for the Grand Opening the World's Greatest Actress, ~~" OLGA PETROVA T" OLGA PETROVA OLGA PETROVA In . "THE LIGHT WITHIN." "THE LIGHT WITHIN." -"THE LIGHT WITHIN." OQOO'Feet. Grand Support: Comedies. Gazettes, etr, Coming, one week later: 'Tho World's Greatest Super-Serial, ' * I "TOETrëïÎTING TRAIL." 7 I "THE FIGHTING TRAIL." 1 "THE FIGHTING TRAIL." f This tremendous Western serial is coming AT 60 MILES AN HOUR. Mr. B. T. CARTWRIGHT has been appointed Sole Representative 'to the above new Company, and wishes to in form his numerous patrons that he has absolutely NO connecti...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS ENTERTAINED AT BURNIE SIX-BINK MATCH TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS ENTERTAINED AT BURNIE J SIX-BINK MATCH TO-DAY. I Tho team of Adelailit bowlers which is visiting Tasmania was entertained yesterday by the Iliirnio Bowling Club. In the morning tho president cf the club (>ir. J. Stirling; showed tho visitorj over tho harbor works, and in the afternoon they wore taken for II motor run out to Fowcrdale. To-day a sis-rink match is to ho played he-, tween tho visitors and a local team/ Tho teams aro:- : Adelaide.-A. Richards, W. Dux bury, 0. G. Rchbcck and VT. .Wagger. ¿skip.); W. H. Keightly, W: Mnirden, J, E. EJminson, mid T. Lewis (skip.); F ; H Bridgland E. W. Castine, J. 0. Rundle and J. Robinson (skip.) ; J. Chamberlain ,1 1?>,n-W n n Sands and A. 0. Millen (skip); ii. Haven, A. Townsend, T. Wheeler, anti T; Williams (skip.); T. Crnse, W. Bar low, W. Gurner and 'W. ' Miller (<*>.).. Burnie.-Treibowcy, Jones, Brown, and Fannon (skip.) ; Cumming, But ter, Curnow and Sutton (slsip.) ; Riges, Schell. Stokes...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL RECORDS I MELBOURNE, Jñ-iday. - Mr. W. ! Elliott Johnson, Speaker of the House of Representatives, stated to-day that consideration was being given to the question, bf, resuming the publication of historical records of 'Australia by tho Commonwealtri. Public Library. Committee, of which he is chairman,1' ¡and it was most likely that tho work .would be gone on with. Eleven vol umes have already been issued, but publication was suspended owing to the scarcity of paper. These records are now regarded by thc various uni versities as essential to a completo study of Australian history.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

: 'ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. I ? -Pon't entertain a chronic running fore nr vround. Cure it ivith Pr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Price, ' 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable from H. C. j Spicer, Chemist, Burnie, and Stanley;' das. Thorne, sen., Grocer, Waratah; Yolla Suppl.? Co.; Yolla; A, E. Dixon, Chemist, Wypyard, and Groj Bres,* Smithton.* - « _ : ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NATIONAL ANTHEM ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. PRIZE. The ahscrico of any illusion to the Empire in tho National Anthem prompted the Royal Colonial. Institute through ita journal, "United Empire," to invite suggestions for an "Empire Verse" velden might provo suitable for incorporation in the National Anthem. Publicity was given to tho competition in the press of Great Britain and tho Overseas Dominions, and- some four hundred competitors sent in verses. " In tho opinion of the adjudicators, Sir Herbert Warren, K.O.V.O., D.C.I;., flato Professor of Poetry at Oxford University), Mr. Edmund Gosse. G.B., and Mr. Laurence Binyon, tho follow ing verso was the best offered: - Wide o'er the linking seas, Polar and tropic breeze, Our song shall bring. Brothers of each Domain, Bound but by Freedom's chain. Shout, as your sires, again "God Savo tho King!'1. (Can't any Australian poet do better thin this?)

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAITING FOR GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

\VAlli.\G Küu uui EHXMENT ISTKtt-V'ÈXTlON. JíEF-IíOUK.XK, I piny. - Tho sea men nie still refusing ty accent en gagomeaU from the steamer Loon gana, which is idle nt the .Mclbourno wharf, and there was no chango ia tito situation to-day, Interest in connection with the dis pute nuw eeiitieä nunn Hie Federal ¡liiivcnimont, which,~it is believed, U 'about to intervene to bring about a j settlement.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING SITUATION NO DEVELOPMENT ROTOMAHANA DUE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

¡ NO DEVELOPMENT ROTOMAHANA DUE .TO-DAY¿ if;'; I Tho. ss.Hotomahuiin left Melbaurno at noon yesterday «¡th '¿Vi pasMmgti\$" 'for Burnie and Uevunpu.t. the lui.* on hoard also öi t ons or eui gu (includ ing 2 inutor ears) tor Burnie, und 32 tons foi- Devonport. 'j ho Jlutoruu hana is duo ¡it Burnie ¡it 5 a.m. to-Uuy, jeai'iiig an nuur later for Devonport, which should to reached at 7.50. .Sho will,leave Devonport on return during ( tho afternoon, and is timed to take her dcpai turo from Burnio nt 8.30 to night, I .The-ss Wainui, on her way fruin Strahan to Melbourne, calls in at Bur nie to-morrow ti pick up passengers for thc mainland.

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TO-DAY'S SPORTING EVENTS STATE AND INTER-STATE. HOBART RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

TO-DAY'S SPORTING EVENTS STATE AKT) INTEfî-STATE. (Selections hy ' The Vet.") I HOBART RACES. At Elwick this afternoon the Tas manian Amateur Jockey Club will hold their'summer meeting. With a start the following equines may give a good account of themselves in their various engagements: TRIAL HANDICAP. Sis furlongs. Gwen's Rose, 9.3; ' Doited Knight, 9.3; St. Ivanhoe,-8.12; Dr. Bill, 8.12; Bise, 8.7; Star. Queen, 8.2; Miss Lau rel, 8.1: Mervana, 7.10; Roue, 7.10; Eileen Chiron, 7.7; Tortugan, 7.7; Pharisäer, 7.5 ; Rénnaissance, 7.5. .? BELTED KNIGHT or BISE. . B1IGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. Soven furlongs. Ardrossan, 10.12; Jlr. Sim, 10.2; Sweet Memory, 9.7 ; Captain Standish, 9.7; Sartolcra, 9.4; Daily Mirror, 9.4; Celeran, 9.4; Koagara, 9.2; Focdus, 9.2; Tom Splendor, 9.0; Shotfire, 8.12; Pulajnn, 8.12; Reject, 8.9; Portnroa, 8.9; Mvlntor, 8.7; Belted Knight, 8.4; Bise, S.2; Lady of Dreams, 8.2; r.>!eium Girl, 8.2; Drawing, 7.10; Firkin, 7.7; Lady Lanreta, 7.7: Rotte, C T . TI.V-1. «J«...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FATHER OF AUSTRALIAN STAGE MR. TOM BUCKLEY'S GOTH YEAR BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

FATHER OF AUSTRALIAN STAGE MR. TOM BUCKLEY'S GOTH YEAR BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. I There can hardlv he a better -title ; to be called the father of the Austra i lian stage than that, of Mr. Tom Buckley, who is non- visiting tho North-West as a member of the Al len Doone Dramatic Company. When tho curtain fell at the ?Thea j tre Royal, Hobart, on New Year's might the members of the Allen Doone Company assembled on the stage to show their esteem and appreciation of Mr. Buckley, who has just comple ted GO years' connection with the theatrical profession. Mr. Allen Doone congratulated Mr. Buckley upon his long connection with thc theatrical profession, and also paid a high tribute to his valuable assistance during the past ten years as a mem ber of thc Allen Doone Company, and emphasised his sterling qualities as a man always to bc relied upon. He then handed to Mr. Buckley, amidst tho enthusiasm of those present, a gold shamrock with emerald, bearing the following inscription:-"To Tom Buc...

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

,S(SE FEEt fëj Zirai-Buk ii wonderfully soothing indVîîï |ïj comforting tortore, aching and lender feet sj l^^lt softens l-.ard growths and "hoofs," p^re^^M

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

Don't Go a Honeymoon (OR ANY OTHER) . Trip Without "BM" An Unrivalled Remedy for Tender, Tired, Sore, Swollen, Perspiring: | Feet. Corns and Chilblains banished ¡ and prevented. Mrs. W. H. writes: " BIFF" is splendid for the (cet, ¡md it's all you claim for lt." Prices ia general have risen Kreativ. " BIFP " re mains the same-1/a & 4/- Chemists and Stores Stocked by Yrtiolesalo Druggists, [Hobart and Launceston.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS ANO SALES. ' . LAUNCESTON.''' ' Quotations:-Tasmania Gold, s od; Broken Hill, b 58.', "s 59,' ; Magnet, b 8/3, s 8/C; Mt. Farrell, s 3d; North Mt. Farrell, B 7/4, s 8/5; Bound Hill, I> 8/5, s 9/1 ; Bead and Rosebery, s 19/3; Mt. Lyell Blocks, b 4jd, s' 7d; Tasm'an*and Crown. Lyell Extended, s 3d; Mt. Bischoff, b £10/10/, s £11/10/; do. (paid), b £10/10/; Arba, s 4/8j Royal . George, s 3/; Tongkah E\ir bor; b 49/, s 51/; do. Compound, |) 12'6,'s 13:6; Dreadnought-Boulder, s 6d ;. Mt. Lindsay, s £12; do. (paid), s £13. '' : - ? MTLBOURNE. Quotations.-Mt. Lyell,, b 24/3; do. Blocks, s 5d ; Briseis, b 3'6; Tongkah Harbor, b 50/6, s 51/; Trong, b 23/, s 23/6. .

Publication Title: Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Y.M.C.A. FIELD SERVICE CAMPAIGN ANSWERS TO CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advocate — 11 January 1919

Y.M.C.A. FIELD SERVICE CAMPAIGN ANSWERS TO CRITICISMS. ? It has como to tho notico of thc j State Committee of the Y.M.C.A. that ¡ a sinister attempt ii being made to dis crcdii the military work of the associ ation. Whilo the committee realise that overy organisation and fund has its critics and that they must not espect to be im mure, they feel that many intending subscribers may hare doubts aroused in their minds by fal-« statements being circulated. It is felt that these cri ticisms aro-largely duo to misinformed individuals getting mixed up between the rural work of tho Siate Committee, tho heal association work, and tho Field Service Fund. Each cf theso departments is abso lutely distinct in every way. Tho rural work is financed entirely by the generous subscriptions of soma thirty gentlemen, mostly from the North West feast, and not a penny has been received frota either local associations or thc Field Service Fund towards the cost of this work. Thc local building funds at va...

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