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Health in the Home. ORANGES AND INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Health in the Home. ORANGES AND INFLUENZA. An orango taken boforo break- fast ia a very helpful laxativo, and at any time of thc day it may bo oaten with advantage. It has often boen recommended as a specific against, boils. In influenza it is also useful, as it reduces fibrin in the blood, and hotter than almost, any- thing is calculated to assuage tho ex- cessive thirst. Of course, it is also a gentle laxative, and this property it retains when made into marma- lade, so 'that anyone whoso bowels aro sluggish will do well to finish off his breakfast, with a tablespoonful of j I good marmalade. I
Egg-Laying Competion THE FINAL FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Egg-Laying Com petion THE FINAL FIGURES I WON BY BLACK ORPINGTONS I The final figures in the second Tasmanian egg-laying competition show that the pen of Black "rping ions entered by Mr F A W Gisborne of liisdon-road have bren success- ful with a mei horions performance of 1318 eggs-an averae of nearh 22o eggs each. They were clnseh followed by Mr Olson's White Leg- horns only 20eggs behinds while a good contest resulted for thirri prize between Mr Whittle's White Leghorns with 12I5 epgs and Mr W T Stephens Silver Wyandottes with I2I3 eggs No less thar iS out of the 32 pens engaged laid over 1000 eggs. Tbs total number of eggs laid during the competition was 31,641-an average ot nearly 988 eggs per pen or nearly 165 egg per bird. This result in average- ; compares very favourably with tl ? ; j different competióos in the other s I states but would have been betti ' > had not a couple ot the pens ber withdrawn before the close of tl e ; test. i
Pars POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Pars i POLITICAL Now that tho candilales for tin Wilmot Boat aro definitely knowD, tho coolest is likely to proceed along moro settled lines. All three caudidatea aro expected to get going suonlv, Mí.-ers. Ingledew and Hays ate ii advance oí Mr. Caiuerou ¡a this respect so far, but tho boutley Spuir is certain to innho the pacu pretty willing before it ¡a ull over, liiuis are hoard that Labour may duuid«! to uso its balance of power to pu; Mr. Cameron in. It U hoped tuat this ii not so, nd to se.ojt thu moat CousL'rvativc of the threo candidates cither officially or not, wjuli ho ooo of tho txnibitions of political humbug known in Australia.
METHODIST CHURCH PAR [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
METHODIST CIIUKCII PAU Rev F 13 Reed completed a tour of tile circuí last week hi the inter- ests of the Home Mission Fund mid had at in >3t places very satisfactory audiences. The c jllection 0:1 Sun- day last were in aid of the sam; fund. As a result of th; effort a substan- tial amount will be raised. The morning service at Deloraine was conducted by Mr L Stephens and the evening hy Rev F Taylor. In the evening the attendance was much ahove the average. A special meeting of the church of'icals took place at Chudleigh last Wednesday week at which Mr L Stephens was engaged as hired preacher for the current year his duties to commence as from June 1st.
Tasmanian Wages [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Tasmanian Wages The Tasmanian public lias heard fO much from Labour oratora sud others abjut tho lnv standard oí wages paid ia Tasmania that th) uftreitcrated ussertioa has assumed tba form ol hard hot. That was the roason ¡nit forward for so oiaay artisan aud you Mg maa leaving the state, and alä) fur tho institution of Wages Boards, Arbi (ration Courts, aud other dev.ce for raiding rates of reumusratioa generally. But Air. Kaibbs, tho C juiinouweulth statistician, asserts that the ontontioo is a frau I and a dvhsioa and that the rates pail ia Tasmania are a bo ac JM per head per anuuai above those for the Commonwealth us a whole. Ou page 56 t of fio UOIY Year Lio.ik ho u,ivos tue averages of wages and salaries paid per nnpl ly p;r aa» nu al foll nvs. Kew South Wales 87.27 Victoria 73 57 Q leensland Si'.Uo South Australia 83.US West Australia I22 jl Tasmania 87.78 Commonwealth 8.3'H
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Dentistry JNÍotice. Mr. Alfred J. Hall DKNTIST, 1S7S (LONDON). NO. III SI'. JOHN' STREET, LAUNCESTON', may he consult, d as follows: Briseis CasTi Store Next to STATE;¡SCHOOL. In this Department we give veiy best value whether for lit' heavy wear. Whether the Iii .? quired is tor Gents,' Ladies. Childrens'wenr, you can rely 11 n bting cheapest at the B. C S. Tasmanian Bot ts for Tasmr Feet made by Tasmanian LM Ask for the celebrated "B G C. ' "Ray's Reliable'1 brands. - STATIONERY Please inspect our Stocks v are offered at cut prices to te We wish to male a big clearnt * We carry a big range of a?1 stock at the B.C.S. Please nr following, which we do spc well: Tin Buckets and Dippers, ' Baths, Saucepans, Washup 1 Table and Dessert Knives, 1 and Spoons, Brooms, Semi'*. W. Brushes, A Pig Line of Cups and S which areVery Cheap. DERBY. BOOTS. General
A Complete Story. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ROMANY'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
A Complete Story. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) , ROMANY'S REVENGE. By COMRIE COLQUHOUN, Autor of "Horatio Brown: Knight Errant," "Thc Salvation of Sue," "His Better Self," "Love and a Motor-car," etc. In the quietude of the reading room of a London hotel sat a young man plunged in deep thought. So engrossed was he in his cogitation that he did not hear the hilarious laughter in the smoking-room ad- joining. The fact is, Bernard .Riv- ers was making up his mind. He was engaged in a warm argument with himself as to whether he should adopt a certain course at once or wait until circumstances oc- curred which should render his project less liable to failure. For an hour he thought, turning over the weighty matters in his mind. Finally the arguments for speedy action outweighted those counselling delay. He had made up his mind ?-he decided to take thc plunge. So packing a Gladstone bag he left the hotel, and took the train for a village in Surrey. During the railway journey only one thought oc...
Dairying Industry. AYRSHIRE BREEDERS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Dairying Industry. AYRSHIRE BREEDERS' i A movement is afoot for the for- mation of an Ayrshire Breeders' Association in Tasmania and a meet- ing lias been convened by Mr. E. G. Hall to take place at the Westbury Show Ground nt 10 a.m. on May 2a, in the secretary's office with that object. The Ayrshire has of late years made such a host of friends in Tasmania and the breeders have shown such increased interest in this hardy little dairy animal that it is considered the time has arrived when the breeders should form an assoc- iation for the protection of interests which cannot, provided they are pre, pared to be satisfied with a fair thing and produce good represenlatives of the breed fail to be of solid advant- age not only to themselves but to the dairying industry at large.
Farm Notes From Exton. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Farm Tíoíes From Eîcton, Fanners Imo a;".ii.i settlo.l down . to the plough and a: e g .i;ig in fu!I swing. The ground is in -plendul : order lor sowing and the weather is all that could be wished for. There . are s une paddocks of early s uva algerians about and tiley 1 > >k splen- did. The seasons has been very free tui.u frost which ¡ms resulted in a splendid growth in the feed. Thc , stock all look remirkobly well cattle in particular. It has been a good seas JU for root crops and some good paddocks of swe.lss and mangolds ! are to been seen. The potatoes , seem to be a complete failure as : they arc effected with Irish blight. ! Mr E West who recently purchased ' the Cluan estate has arrived from the Don and has taken possession. A young man namsd Wiirnm Harper was aliuitted to the hospital from Branx i holm, lie was tho victim of a bicycle ! accident tho result 'of which was that he sustained internal injuries. His con. dition is regarded as serions, No par j ticnlars of...
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
METHODIST SUNDAY ggSfc. SCHOOL UNION Haft.' The Circuit Union met on Tues- day ev;nine at Deloraine. Repre- sentatives from Mole Creek and Deloraine Schools were present. Only formal business was transacttd and the date of the next meeting was lixed for Tuesday August 14th to be held at Chudleigh. After the business portion of the meeting was concluded a discussion on school methods was held. Miss. Langham read a paper sent in by Mr Byard of Caveside which contained some useful hints 01 school work. Rev Taylor and Messers VV. Wheat and J R Smith spoke on the subject. A duet was given by Mrs Taylor and Miss Winnie Taylor. After the pro- ceedings concluded re'reshments were pat taken of in the vestry.
Election Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Election Meeting Mr, E. Ingledew addressed a email meetinp of electors in the Deloraine Tonn Hall on Taesrlay evening. He briefly outl'ned hi* views on the main points of polit'c 1 intérêt. He favoured libernlisinp; the legislative Council franchised:!^ construction of roads in advance of settlement, and the devel- opment of tim wag- 8 hoards system in the manofai turing indu "trios of the stite. His address was favourably receired by those present
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
QENTISTRY C. H. MANSFIELD. R .M.D., R.D.S., Vic. ; Ii.D.S., Tas; JM.D.S.S., Vic.iSSo). 3EVEN years head of Dental Staff, Wangaratta Hospital, Victoria. AU work Guaranteed, and of tho best quality and at two-thirds the prices charged elsewhere. PENGUIN', BURNIE, AND COUNTRY PATIENTS. Can consult Mr Mansfield every Saturday at Deloraine, From 9 am. till 11 m. and from 2 pm till ó p.m. WHERE did you get your BOOTS? THEY are all right. I got them fi om HARRY POWELL, WHAT name did you say! J. H. POWELL, PailvVay 3tore. Deloraine. THE STORE where yen get your goods cheapest and best. .
A LITTLE MISHAP [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
A LITTLE MISHAP While Mr Ii Cranwell was chiving Mr A tankards bread carl to Exton on Monday last his horse swerved suddenly near Mr Allan Iîidock's and bro.e the shingle tree. Happ- ily the horse was steady one and was quickly under control, Mr Cran- well fleeted temporary repairs and was able to complete his round and return home without further trouble.
Modern Transport. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Modern Transport, j Last Saturday morning tho arrival of the Commtr motor lorry in LannccE ton marked a ni:W ëtBge in tho progrès? made since tho introduction of thc petrol engine ns a means of motive power fer vehicle*. It attrnctrd a con- siderable amount of attention the huge vehicle maning BB fmootbly and as noieelpssly a* many pleasure cars whilst tho e»Fy ninoncr in which the lorry threaded itp WBy through the heany trtffic in the principal elude of the city was very freely commented uprn. As a feeler" for the l ard ling ol the lorry, under full load Ino ton* of Bupcrj bcBf hate wae rut aboard at the wharf and hustled efl np to McEBrB Meredith and Room's stores at a speed that caused the drivers of floats and louis s to stscd and stare hard. There was co splatter or fnff, twiitine, or bocking and filling, bnt right into the stores and alongside tho etach without a moments delay thc lorry being steered to an inch of the de- sired spot. The eolid robber tyro are gnarantiod for 1...
What is a Wowser [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
What is a Wowser The above was the title of an address 'giren in the Collingwood Methodist Mission Church by the Rev. A. Madsen of Clifton Hill, once of Launceston. The Speaket proceeded to onfold his definition by describing what a wowser iras not. The wowser, he said, Ind several aliase?, stich »B "crank ," killjoy," etc. The man who had no ferions aim in life, who boasted of his liberty to drink and gamble, and waa generally lax in MB moral?, might be a scoundrel, bot he wonld b'nsh if be were called a wowser. He would say that a wowBer was in the first instance a church going mao, s man who belitTed in the public worship of God, and a man who was not ashamed of being Been going to worship. He wae a Bible reading man who believrd that the message was applicable to everyday affairs. He was a keeper of his own conscience, and a keeper of his sou!, and the man who was a wowser was usually a Protestant' who believed that it would bs the beet thing (or the commonity if tlie Bible was ...
WESTBURY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
WESTBURY The annual public meeting of the Home Mission in connection with the Methodist Church was held at Westbury on Monday evening. The attendance was only modérate. The Rev, Ilambly (minister of the circuit) occupied the chair, and read the financial statement for the Westbury circuit, which showed that the amount subscribed for home mission work was 4332.16s. 3. which was considered very satis- factory The secre'ary for home mission work (Rev A. P Bladen of Launces- ton) was present as n deputation and gave an interesting and instructive address. The choir rendered seve- ral anthems. Mrs Whittles (organist presided at the organ. On the mo ¡ tion ol the chairman a vote ol thanls ! was accorded the deputation choir and collectors.
NIGHT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
NIGHT SCHOOL We hear that Miss Poole is con ducting a night srdiool and that several boys are attending, lt is I remarkable that this class of venture does not draw bigger support as . here are large numbers of lads who ; leave school "both in Deloraine and; I els.rwhere \vh>es education is far i short ot what it should| be, j