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PRICE OF MEALS. THE INCREASED CHARGES IN OPERATION. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.20207] page 5 2019-08-20 17:39 "V, Business people in the eity yesterday on
found .that. inflated price tickets were issued
to 'them." Under tlie new sralc the mini-'
mmn chat'jes for afternoon teas have been
increased Irom 7d. to 9d. Cafe meals
wliich formerly cost 1/6 have been raised
lOd. the charge has been increased to 1/,
The advances in the price of meals is at
tributed to the increased cost of commodi
ties and 4I10 liighei- wages and shorter
Business people in the city yesterday on
found that inflated price tickets were issued
to them. Under the new scale the mini
mum charges for afternoon teas have been
increased from 7d. to 9d. Cafe meals
which formerly cost 1/6 have been raised
10d. the charge has been increased to 1/,
The advances in the price of meals is at-
tributed to the increased cost of commodi-
ties and the higher wages and shorter
NEWS OF THE DAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.20207] page 4 2019-08-20 17:33 NEWS OF TEE DAY.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
NEWS OF THE DAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.20207] page 4 2019-08-20 17:32 tne recent meeting of the Board of Health
disease through the consumption of im
by Ministers— have been made iu tho past
excluding from the Health Bill any provi
sion for tlie control of tho milk supply.
There was no necessity for hurried prepara
tion of the'bilL Tlie Cabinet had more than
twelve months in which to got it ready.
sselcing to excuse procrastination, an
will be iutroduccd next session. It rests
with the public in general, and all organiai-
tiens with a healthy community as their
promise does not meet with tho same fate
given in' tlie past.
the recent meeting of the Board of Health
disease through the consumption of im-
by Ministers— have been made in the past
excluding from the Health Bill any provi-
sion for the control of the milk supply.
There was no necessity for hurried prepara-
tion of the bill. The Cabinet had more than
twelve months in which to get it ready.
seeking to excuse procrastination, an
will be introduccd next session. It rests
with the public in general, and all organisa-
tions with a healthy community as their
promise does not meet with the same fate
given in the past.
NEWS OF THE DAY. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.20207] page 4 2019-08-20 17:30 Althongh press cablegrams from Great
Britain report the progress of the prepara
Prince's arrival. Nevertheless, as indi
cated in these columns yesterday, prepara
tions are to be put in band almost at
appointing an organiser, tvlio would, in
nrcliminarv work of draftiiur the nlans for
military officer with the necessary qual
ifications as an organiser should he selected
throughout the Oomntionwoalth, all of
whole of tlie Australian fleet, including
recently issued by the uhder treasurer of
the activities of tho War-Service ' Homes
Commission are allowed to go on unihtei>
and should be finished early m the year.
blocks of land and layiug them out on the
for public gardens and conveniences. Re
cently a large tract of land at Cobnrg
was bought, and Boldiers homes are to be
as many homes which were previously oc
vviin me ODject oi suppressing roe uucii
throughout the State, a systematic in
vestigation is . to be conducted this year
trained in domestic arts schools prove suffi
cient to go round. Although only a re
cent development in the , education of
young girls, tho courses provided by tbe
popular, and tbe demand for the establish
at these special schools are cookery, do
A girl is obliged to buy as wed as cook
cast will bo minimised. Up to the present
from tlie shore line.
bouorne. Oversea stopping in Melbooume
119,000 tons gross, and representing Eng
Swedish tonnayc, as compared with under
sailing vessels, as compared with nnder
largest oversea ship dn port yesterday was
the Medic, 12,032 tons gross. In the clos
110,000 tons gross, as compared with letH
are usually found on the beaches at holi
day times, and this holiday period haB
rule. On Wednesday evening, after tbe
6.40 pun. down train had arrived at Chel
A porter who intervened was . assaulted,
nnrl Piteoirofl n flnrrinrawl ava n innn
named A. Cotter, of Richmond, was ar
rested and charged with assault, and tho
them away in a motor car. ,A prter
was assaulted, but fortunately not seri
ously hurt. Tho police are endeavoring
tne recent meeting of the Board of Healnli
amount merely to empty vaporing. Un
Although press cablegrams from Great
Britain report the progress of the prepara-
Prince's arrival. Nevertheless, as indi-
cated in these columns yesterday, prepara-
tions are to be put in hand almost at
appointing an organiser, who would, in
preliminaryy work of drafting the plans for
military officer with the necessary qual-
ifications as an organiser should be selected
throughout the Commonwealth, all of
whole of the Australian fleet, including
recently issued by the under treasurer of
the activities of the War-Service Homes
Commission are allowed to go on uninter-
and should be finished early in the year.
blocks of land and laying them out on the
for public gardens and conveniences. Re-
cently a large tract of land at Coburg
was bought, and soldiers homes are to be
as many homes which were previously oc-
With the object of suppressing the illicit
throughout the State, a systematic in-
vestigation is to be conducted this year
trained in domestic arts schools prove suffi-
cient to go round. Although only a re-
cent development in the education of
young girls, the courses provided by the
popular, and the demand for the establish-
at these special schools are cookery, do-
A girl is obliged to buy as well as cook
east will be minimised. Up to the present
from the shore line.
bouorne. Oversea shipping in Melbooume
119,000 tons gross, and representing Eng-
Swedish tonnage, as compared with under
this total, fully 30,000 tons gross comprised
sailing vessels, as compared with under
largest oversea ship in port yesterday was
the Medic, 12,032 tons gross. In the clos-
110,000 tons gross, as compared with less
are usually found on the beaches at holi-
day times, and this holiday period has
rule. On Wednesday evening, after the
6.40 p.m. down train had arrived at Chel-
A porter who intervened was assaulted,
and received a damaged eye. Later a man
named A. Cotter, of Richmond, was ar-
rested and charged with assault, and the
them away in a motor car. A prter
was assaulted, but fortunately not seri-
ously hurt. The police are endeavoring
tne recent meeting of the Board of Health
amount merely to empty vaporing. Un-
A NEW RECORD TO VICTOR HARBOR. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Friday 2 January 1920 page 6 2019-08-20 16:47 yesterday to give an exhibition of acria.
feats. He left Nailsworth in the morn- <*>
j ihe outward journey in the teeth of a
; stiff southerly wind occupied 35 minutai,
i out -with tbe <wind behind him on "the it
? torn trip, which he made via Yankalilla
1 Captain BirtJer reached his aerodrome '2t
| ncnutes after leaving the southern water
| ing place. People who have done thf
! tedious joornej- in the so-called "express"
j train to Victor Harbor, iwhieb takes 3 br
i 5? P" n-? may ?"'ril feel envious of the ??wjfl
; ni^nt of an aeroplane. The journey war
j uneremfnl, save that the aviator had to
| fly nearer the earth than he quite liked
owing t> the clonds beinj very low.
ANOTHER OOOL DAY.
TSmrsday'e weather chart resembled verj
jdossly that of Wednesday. the slight
strengthening of the high over the Bighl
] being the oraiy change. This development
| together with the lacfc of mavemen: in tin
yesterday to give an exhibition of aerial
feats. He left Nailsworth in the morn-
The outward journey in the teeth of a
stiff southerly wind occupied 35 minutes,
but with the wind behind him on the re-
turn trip, which he made via Yankalilla
Captain Butler reached his aerodrome 27
minutes after leaving the southern water
ing place. People who have done the
tedious journey in the so-called "express"
train to Victor Harbor, which takes 3 hr
33 min., may feel envious of the swift
flight of an aeroplane. The journey was
uneventful, save that the aviator had to
fly nearer the earth than he quite liked
owing to the clouds being very low.
ANOTHER COOL DAY.
Thursday's weather chart resembled very
closely that of Wednesday, the slight
strengthening of the high over the Bight
being the only change. This development
together with the lacfc of mavemen: in tin
MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. (Article), Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.1232] page 2 2019-08-20 16:35 It 13 better to bo born lucky than rich,
is a truism that, no doubt will bo accepted by
Mr. p. Best ami family, after tho experience
driving his 0-cylinder motor home to Kan
Mre. Best senior, Miss Ella Wales and
Morby got out and oponod tho railway gates,
and ss tho car was about to cross tho line
tho Temora mail crashed into tho front of
tho car, knocking it clean off tho lino, and
tho other carriages hitting tho rear of the
car, turned it over. Fortunately tho hood
of tho car was up at tho time, and this no
doubt saved tbo occupants from fatal re
sults. Mr. Best was the only ono thrown
clear of tho car, all tho othors boing under
neath. Tho mail was quickly brought to a
standstill, and tho occupants speedily ex
tracted from their unonviablo and perilous
position. As may bo supposed, tho car was
damaged to a considerable extent, but for
crossing, whore Mr. Best and family wore
i?/\*-i ¥ n V»lo rlnat.Vi tron oa if ia imnrtceiiiln f.n
see a train approaching from tho Harden
Bide until it is almost at tho crossing. Tho
oeoupant3 of tho car emphatically declared
that no whistle was blown 'to notify tho
approach of tho train, and Mr. Best statos
in this respect. Seoing this is such a
this precaution might at least bo takon.
Fortunatoly nono of tho occupants of tho
car wore injured to any extont. although
had to seek medical advice. All of them aro
escape. If the oar had advanced anothet
that fatal happonings would have resulted
It is better to be born lucky than rich,
is a truism that, no doubt will be accepted by
Mr. P. Best and family, after the experience
driving his 6-cylinder motor home to Kan
Mrs. Best senior, Miss Ella Wales and
Morby got out and opened the railway gates,
and as the car was about to cross the line
the Temora mail crashed into the front of
the car, knocking it clean off the line, and
the other carriages hitting the rear of the
car, turned it over. Fortunately the hood
of the car was up at the time, and this no
doubt saved the occupants from fatal re-
sults. Mr. Best was the only one thrown
clear of the car, all the others being under
neath. The mail was quickly brought to a
standstill, and the occupants speedily ex
tracted from their unenviable and perilous
position. As may be supposed, the car was
damaged to a considerable extent, but for-
crossing, where Mr. Best and family were
veritable death trap, as it is impossible to
see a train approaching from the Harden
side until it is almost at the crossing. The
occupants of the car emphatically declared
that no whistle was blown to notify the
approach of the train, and Mr. Best states
in this respect. Seeing this is such a
this precaution might at least be taken.
Fortunately none of the occupants of the
car were injured to any extent, although
had to seek medical advice. All of them are
escape. If the oar had advanced another
that fatal happenings would have resulted
Personal. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 page 5 2019-08-20 15:35 ■iPcrs'piia,!.
At Tuesday's "Board meeting 6f the
.New: England Building _ Society the
YBireetore ieaitily greeted Jtheir old
.exepmpaimn^tr Qje;fioa®fl—jpfai C, 5.'
Wilson, the ' 'father"^ of"'the Society
Mr. Wilson, wlio looks swell and hearty,
, tljanked the Board. - t
Mr. Frank M, Oliver, who w»* formerly
a junior in the Commerml Bank at Sinn-.
iUn» was- ordsitied by-^i#p hfflgit B»
tlrnrst on Sunday last ' The yonng clergy !
man-eleot was tendered * farewell aocial at
PwH*. ' ' • ' - • '
Fatal, Explosion.—The death' of Mis.
W. Walmsley, of Bed Range, as a result
on ^Christmas ev ec,ast (says the Glen
portion of this district dnrinjg the
come in from her home at Bed Bange
to.stay a short time with the family of
occurred*/ The unfortunate woman's
injuries ...to the body, and face and. arms.
Mrs. W^ulo' tsas. immediately taken
in a seripns conditinnT-SQ serious, in
deed, that death ensued ion the follow
ing day. '•
Cares of Tuberculosis,—-The Health
cases, of-i tuberculosis have ' been re
'nprfspj|1fh& year, as against 1328 last
year. J ' , • ■ > '■ ■
-/ The Defence Department despatched
three first-class mechanicsto. Brisbane
to assist Sir Boss Smith in effecting re
pal tb to his machine.
Personal
At Tuesday's Board meeting 6f the
New England Building Society the
Directors heartily greeted their old
ex-companion on the Board-Mr C.G.
Wilson, the "father" of the Society
Mr. Wilson, who looks well and hearty,
thanked the Board.
Mr. Frank M. Oliver, who was formerly
a junior in the Commercial Bank at Man-.
illa was ordained by Bishop Long at Ba-
thurst on Sunday last. The young clergy-
man-elect was tendered a farewell social at
Uralla.
Fatal Explosion.—The death of Mrs.
W. Walmsley, of Red Range, as a result
on Christmas ev ec,ast (says the Glen
portion of this district during the
come in from her home at Red Range
to stay a short time with the family of
occurred. The unfortunate woman's
injuries to the body and face and arms.
Mrs. Walmsley was immediately taken
in a serious condition-so serious, in-
deed, that death ensued on the follow-
ing day.
Cases of Tuberculosis—The Health
cases of tuberculosis have been re
ported this year, as against 1328 last
year.
The Defence Department despatched
three first-class mechanics to Brisbane
to assist Sir Ross Smith in effecting re-
pairs to his machine.
LOCAL MD GENERAL NEWS. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Friday 2 January 1920 page 5 2019-08-20 15:21 LOCAL MD GENERAL NEWS.
Sew Tear's —The opening of the
Xew Year was nsheredm by the ascaJ
ringing of etoreh bells sad thei whist
ling of £he railway engines, bat no
other demonstrations were,, in evidence,
sad 1920 came in oaietiy and modesttr,
. » -3L " •
everything . being very tpaet before
12.38. The «ul midnight services .were
not heard of any*. miscMevoas pranks
being played, "and the FireBrigaae did.
cot give thfe nsaaliireworfcx display.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
New Year's Eve —The opening of the
New Year was ushered in by the usual
ringing of church bells sad the whist-
ling of the railway engines, but no
other demonstrations were in evidence,
and 1920 came in quietly and modestly,
everything being very quiet before
12.30. The usual midnight services were
not heard of any mischievous pranks
being played, and the Fire Brigade did
not give the fireworks display.
Display Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.22,907] page 6 2019-08-20 15:08 IK) NOT UK WITHOUT CLKMKNTS TOKIO IV
WINI 13t. IT STKIiNGTHKXS THE SY_TbM
AGAINST WINTER ILf-KKSäfcS. »
that is hirongof't bcft re*iits them. It ia a pood
pinn to keep tlie stomach healthy, tlie nppetite
keon, tlie body küohít. bj the u^c of Clement*
Tonic fluriiiK Um winter month!, nnd thus cji_urc
airnLttst «inter links. Clements Tonic is rciotr
m>_d everywhere as tlie nerve "ud blood-medidne.
All Qbemi-t-. And stores-»ell it. Get it und get
welU-lAOvfcl
DO NOT BE WITHOUT CLEMENTS TONIC IN
WINTER. IT STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM
AGAINST WINTER ILLNESSES
During the winter the system is often menaced
by various chest and lung troubles, but the system
that is strongest best resists them. It is a good
plan to keep the stomach healthy, the appetite
keen, the body strong, by the use of Clements
Tonic during the winter months, and thus ensure
against winter risks. Clements Tonic is recog-
nised everywhere as the nerve and blood-medicine
All chemists and stores sell it. Get it and get
well.-[Advt]
NEW YEAR'S DAY. AN ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 January 1920 [Issue No.22,907] page 4 2019-08-20 14:54 laints of damage done were received. At
plaints of damage done were received. At

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