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Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 10th. Commercial. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser. S ATURDA V, XOVKMB EU. uitli. Commercial. PRODUCE MARKET. Produce d> liveiies yesterday com- prised ''aus ' nts. iS-i cl ) pe.is, 26 do p.' atoes, fi'' do wlie.it, yl do chaff, and ^:l bales sPaw ai rived hy road, .iud jrju bay, I SS ch i peas, 26 do p it it 1-1. 6" do wheat, BIHI 273 hal s st aw hy » ..il The market n-as qiret a 1 1 ht 1 Ic business, ?was dohiy, Qnota'io 1 s nominal y are as fol- lows:-P a it'es, p: iinil-re ls £7 [Hs, indium -75s, darks £6 15s; oats. White Cii.i'i'ts -'.lih Sparrow bills 2'ld, Algerians is i)d; peas, grey .ris 2d, bl ie 4s 8; chaff, IT-J Js fid ti £2 5s ; turnips ,5s ; straw oat^n 225. 6d, wh-ate:i -O's' The Wakatipu cleared for Sydney with 19 I'.ljts potatoes, JSW4 do oats, 93 do peas." j-iii diTthaff, 997 bales straw, and 86 tons of ore HOBART MARKETS. W. T. Thorpe. auctioneer. Hobart, reports having sold at (he Hoba t railway station:-13 bags white potatoes, at i'6 5s per ton ; 4 trucks of chaff, at fronï £...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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[?]it Pests. SECTION I.) [?] DELORAINE MUNICIPAL INSPECTOR. [?] [?]OTH, (Carpocapsa pomomella Linn) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

vii Pests. SI-X'TliiN I.) .IS Di-I.lJi AINE Mt'SICIVAl. It« sri- cn m. O LH.iN N OTU, (Cavpocapsa piiuiünu Ila Linn ) This mullí is ot a general greyish brown colour, w'li the lips of thc fore-wings nun ked with several bronze or ct'ppct-coloured bauds funning a iomit eil, metallic-tinted patch, that gives it a very distinctive appearance. The usual habit of the moth in the day lime is to rest with its wings folded over its body, so that it is seldom seen by an nrchadist, for its dull colmn a--imulates with the surrounding I ai I;, while ils small, size, about half inch in length when at rest and not more I han an inch acioss its out spiead wings, enables it to escape delect inn. Tin moth lays its eggs usually (but m t always) un the side of the apple, from early in November and as the eggs last for but a few days, il can be seen that any remedy I however effective it might be against any eggs touched hy it) would have to be applied so frequently as to render it It o expen- sive for...

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A LEGEND OF CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

A LEGEND OF CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL. Au amusing case of Imaginary ill- ness-though, aa will he seen, self Induced-was recorded by a former vicar of South lilrsted, a village close to Bognor. Chichester is, roughly, 10 miles distant to the north-west. One afternoon in tho latter half of Febru- ary, 1SB1, the vicar was sitting down to luncheon when word was brought that the gardener particularly wished to see him for a moment. The mao was shown Into the study, where tho vicar joined him-a sturdy Sussex laborer, but completely overcome, has gard and trembling. "Why, Robert, what ls wrong?" "Head so bad, slr. Fit coming on, I expect. Perhaps you would give nie a note to the doctor. Can't see ob- jects, though I try ever so." "Can't see objects? Why, you found your way Into this room." "Yes; but I can't tlx things at a distance." "What things did you look at?" "I was digging, and I looked up to- wards Chichester, and I could not seo the cathedral spire. And I shut rn? eyes, and opened them ...

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To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

To THE EuITOU DRAU T I II O.H* c?mid nit help noticia.: iii your issue ol' last Saturday a long winded, narrow-minded scrawl by "ínetoiiious" on Drunkeness et?. I have often heard the same cry raised by lirst one a^d then anotherof these would-be temperance reforméi s, blue rib 'liners etc. but in more cases than ?one that 1 know of from personal ex- perience, some of these fore-men- tioned people are a thousand times worse than the mau who openly has a di ink and doesn't eve who knows it. Why Mr, which is the worst in your opinion, one of Hie latter, or one who has a live yallon cask of James B lags' best in his private house and then goes out and preaches temper- ance etc. Tile thought of it is enough to make any man or woman sick let a'one to decide which is the best of the tw >- ii there is a best I am neither a temperance man or a a drunkard, but if "suetonius" can't give me a de .'eut objection to me having a drink when 1 feel inclined for one, I must still keep as I am, I ...

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THOUGHTFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

THOUGHTFULNESS. A little thoughtfulness goes u great wuy in the home, us well us lu the larger social Ute; ami the inure close una lntimute tue ussuciuuon, m<= greater tue ueed ot luis luoutjnuut uess m Utile tuiuss. Tnere are lew thlugs so trying us thu constant ne gleet and lorgettulutss of trilles. Many a grouter fault, many a serioui: error even, falls to give as much actual trouble and produce so iuutti discord in general us the habit of never returning the thing that ls bor- rowed; of undue delay m answering notes; of neglecting to perform thu little service needed at tue moment of any and all of those "trilles light as air" in themselves, out which, in the aggregate, make up no small u sum of human happiness. In fact, liiere ls no more exaspera- ting trait than thoughtlessness lu trilles, lt is even more exasperating than in larger ¡iud more signllieaiil mutters. The Important affair can well be spoken ot and recalled duly to mind, but the unimportant one is often ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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WESTBURY SHOW. Under the Auspices of the Western. Agricultural Association. A REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING List of Office-Bearers Preident: Arthur Hart. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

WESTBURY SHOW. Urjdçr the Auspices of the Western. Agricultural Association. A REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING List of Office-Bearers Prrident: Arther Hart. Tice Piesii'fM.-: Hon. C. T. Collen?, KFIJ., W.M. Bonni'y. Esq., D. Burlie, Esq., Percy Hart, Esq., aDd Robert Hall, Esq. Hon. Treasurer: A. H. Davis. Secretan : E. G. Hall. Handicappers: W. Herbert and J. Garra t Judges and Stewards Draught Horses .Junina. STEWAP.DS. John Porter John Badeock Daniel Viney Woher Scott Blood Horses, Pony Stillious. Etc. Geo. Scott Ila-ks »nd Haru'ss Horses. C. Tetlow B. Sudler W. Lyons C. F. Hail F. Lung Tonies. .las. ISrami' h Henrv Scott W. Heibert C. G. Hi.ll A. J. Sterna Fal Callie and Fat Sn.cp. IC. A. Fawkner M. C. Heazlewood H. T. Hall Mi'eh Cow-* and Ayrshire?. F. G. Murray, Rae Hogarth, Allen Badcoik, John Gillan. Jersey?. M. Whitfield, H. R. Gardiner R v W. Thomas, G. M. Barnnrd, Devons and Durhams. H. It, Trethewio, Turton Thoma?, J. R Alcock, Ja=, Murfett,. Lincolns and Leicesters. LP?. Oppen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Wedding. A very pretty wedding took place in the Baptist Tabernacle on Wednesday afternoon last. The beautiful spring weather lent its charming rays to the festivities which were carried out very daintily, and was freely spoken of as the   prettiest wedding in Deloraine for some considerable time. The contracting par- ties were Mr. Henry Whitely and Miss Alice Cubit, who were both residents of Meander. The Rev. Fisher officiated at the cere- mony and the church was tastefully decorated by the girl friends of the bride. The bride who was given away by her father wore a dress silk striped Voile and the bodice was elaborately trimmed with silk overlace, with the usual veil   and orange blossom.   Miss E. Cubit acted as first bridesmaid and was assisted by Miss M. Whitely,     who wore white silk muslin dresses. Miss E. Cubit wore a sky blue silk straw hit, trimmed with pink Roses. Miss Maud Whitely wore a silk straw hat, ...

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Mole Creek Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Mole Creek Bridge. The council clerk of the Kentish Council   wrote to the meeting of the Deloraine Council, enclosing a resolution passed by that council at their last meeting in connection with the proposed bridge over the Mersey at Mole Creek to connect the two municipalities, urg- ing on Deloraine council the necessity of co- operation. The clerk stated at the instance of the War- den he had written Kentish, asked that     council where they proposed to erect the bridge, and Mr. Suter had replied that their Councillor Lee would supply them with the necessary information. The bridge could be built out of the waste lands money, and each council would be asked to contribute a small sum towards clearing the track to it. Councillor Lee said the exact spot had not   been decided on, but it would be somewhere near Rose's property about 1¼ miles from his     own ford over the river. It would depend on the best route to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

DELORAINE SUPPLY CO. FOR Drapery, Groceries, Ironmongery. BEST VALUE. READ THE ADVERTISER 1 d.

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Methodist Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Methodist Sunday j School Picnic. J Thc Deloraine Methodist Sunday Selie] picnic wa* he'd on the reeve- ; atkin groundutiWYdne^dav afternoon j last. Thc weather was not very ! piomisiug, and this doubtless kept sonic frtmi attending. In spite of this, however, a 1 ii i e number were present and thc financial lesultswero alu ut the average. The spread pro- vided was excellent, and was fully api it dated. The'-'.school children hcaitily enjoyed their outing. Thc usual games on such occasions were '¡ entered into with enthusiasm, and j the scene of so many young people ; making merry wa? one to gladden the heart, The proceedings were kept going until evening, by which time a vet y good u lister w as present. 'I he recieatitm ground isa very con- venient spot for Ihese gatherings and tl e fine tea moms are a conven- ience which is much appreciated, just after tea the youngsters were. treated with a fine lolly scramble, which needless to say they entered into with enthusiasm. The officia...

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The Worst Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The WoTBt Friend. Some men there are in thia old world Who cause a lot ot woe, The fact that they're a nuisance, too. They do not seem to know. For instance, take the mnu who calla To horrow your cycle lamp; Or thc chap who, whether it rains or not. Appropriates your "gamp." Another friend will "commandeer" Your overcoat or "mack," Or horrow half a sovereign And forget to pay it hack. Dut ho's the mun that gives you pain Who in hilarious tone Relates your favorite joke again And tells lt ns his own.

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The Only One. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The Only One. Two Englishmen were dining ut a restaurant in Germany. In answer to a remark about the. Emperor, made hy one ot them, tho other said: "He's a hot-headed fool." His friend warned him that lt was lese-majesty to make uncompliment- ary remarks about the Kaiser, and that if he lind been heard he would probably have to reckon with the police. Sure enough, as they were leaving the restaurant, nn inspector of police touched the culprit on the shoulder, and told him he must take him Into custody for UBing an offensive epi- thet In connection with the Emperor's name. "Oh, hut I was speaking of the Em- peror of Austria," iled the English- man. "Oh. no," said tho inspector, "yon can't stuff nie like that. There's only one Emperor who's a 'hot-headed fool.' " A pennyworth of salts of lemon dissolved in hot water will clean all kinds ot white straw hats. A little nailbrush should lie dipped in the solution, and the straw scrubbed gent- ly. Afterwards rince the hnt with cold water, ...

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The Old Lady's Question. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The Old Lady's Question. An old lady wns taken by the night boat to Ireland tor a holiday by her daughters. She had never been on a vessel before, and was the recipi- ent of plenty of advice from her daughters as to what she had to do, etc. Just before going aboard, one of tho young ladies handed the boat ticket to her mother, saying: "Now, if we get separated from you during the voyage, you have your ticket." They did get separated, for the old Indy began exploring on her own ac- count, and finally settled down In tho first-class quarters without much ario. When the tickets came to bo ex- amined, tho old lady tendered hers. Tile man looked at it, and then told her she was In the wrong end of the boat. "Tho other end with that ticket," he sahl. "Why?" questioned thc old lady. In surprise. "Isn't this end going?"

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Much and Nothing Much. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Much and Nothing Much. ;[By"Bp.M BOLT"] My literary comrade The Puritan who writes for the Critic is rather amusing at times and last week he wrote this little item which I thou- ght was rather neatly done, j At a recent meeting of thc Furniture Trade Union in Sydney, it was resolved to send for the consideration of the next gathering of the Political Labour League, a proposal to limit the wealth of all persons residing in the Common- wealth, Unfortunately there is at j present a lack of detail in connection with the proposed scheme. The following will perhaps serve to ex- plain the lines on which the scheme is worked. Each man will have four- pence in his pocket in the morning. And lo! one man will spend two- pence therefore and save twopence And the other man will spend fourpence in beer, and when he ariseth with a fat head tho next morning he will go to the Labour Party, turning out his empty pockets saying:-"Fourpence thou gavest to me, and fourpence have I, spent on beer, there...

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Husband and Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Husband and Wife. An old farmer, whose wife was 111, went for some physic to the nearest town. Calling at a roadside Inn, ho spent all he had, Including the money for his wife's medicine. Not wishing to go hack without it, and to save bother, he borrowed a bot- tle, filled lt with colored water, and took lt homo. There be sweetened lt, and gave lt to his wife. Some time after she had recovered he told her of his deceit. She Bald nothing, but a month later, when her husband came In to his tea, she was busy churning, so she asked him if he would churn, as sho was tired. Ot course he started churning. In about an hour ho said: "This cream is a long while 1' turn- ing to butter, lass." "Aye," his wifo replied. "I've heen at lt nearly all t' afternoon. Tba had better get tilt tea an' rest a blt." "Nay," he said, "I won't get my tea till this job is done." So he turned at the old churn for another hour, and then, tired out, he sahl: "I think this is never goba' to turn to butter." "I don'...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The pupils of the Convent school intend holding an entainment in the Town Hall on Friday evening next "ÏVÏiners Greivances. Mr, Martin Kean and Mr N. Cunn ¡0 gham, Vice-president and Secretary respectively of the Gormanston A.M.A. ar'ived by tho express yesterday, and I nccomr»I>'('d hy Messrs Ogden, Belton «nd AVnikins lils. U.A. wailed on thc Minister cf Mines this morning to bring before him errtiin grievances of miners on the wes'ern mineral fields. % READY TO WEAR SUITS ^gj^P^ WE HAVE JUST OPEXKD A SPLENDID ^RiKflB^^S Navy, Serge, bestand Stylish ^QNKI Tweed Suits. y Wnföp Price from 20s. to 50s. / BM THESE ARE WORTH YOUR INSPECTION ? I THE DON STORE, I I DELORAINE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Geo Barclay. Dyer & Cleaner, LATE OF {Lawrence & J. Robertson.") Suits denned 4s. 6d. Dyed 6s. Od. Ladies , dresses cleaned 5s. dyed 6s 6d Gloves cleaned 4d.and6d. pair. WONK GUARRAN TEED. lt QUADRANT, LAUNCESTON. All Work locally done. Ostrich (eathers dressed and dry cleaning dane. PIANOS BY Brin elsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Steinmayer. ORGANS BY. Mason & Hamlin, Estey. Liberal allowance on old Pianos in exchange. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. SOLE AGENTS. FINDLAYS- The pîano People, ? 1 ^*Tr^ 1 w* George-st Launceston. Guaranteed GOLD BROOCHES, From 6s 6d. to £5 Each. A Good Assortment to choose from. get., iSs. Gd.¡ 150t, 30s. Sleeve links, Trinkets, Silverware. Ladies and Gents. Watches & Chains. 9ct , 24s., I5ct.. 37s. 6d. Set with Pearls and Red Stones. Wedding and Engagement Rings. oct. iSs. öd. ; 15CL, 30s. The Jeweller, F. T. WILLIAMS, LAUNCESTON. The DON STORES, Deloraine, Househol...

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Fire at Hobart. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Fire at Ho bart. A rather cHsastions lire occurred at Bismark, Hobart dining the earlv liours of Thursday mot ning last. Thc brigade proceeded in thc direction of New Town, but on reaching Augusta-road it could bc seen that the lire was away at the back'of the hills. Subsequently it was ascertained that the conflagration had taken place at Bismark, where a sawmill, residence, huts, stables, blacksmith,s shop, and other outbuildings, toget- her with a large quantity of tim! er, had been destroyed. Thc pu pei tv belonged to Air, E, Di vine, .-incl everything was burnt t> the ground. It is estimated that thc loial d.nn;,gr will amount tn al < ul ./"M'1', orly a small poilk n of ike loan being cover- ed by insurance. The origin of thc lire is not known.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

WipTH BROß: GREATEST SHOW OX EA NTH. Appearing in ntl Us gl'nions splend- our and opulent vastness, at | DELORAINE. E,\C'IXori.Sl. MONDAY, NOVEMBER aS th POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. A Mighty, Moral, StiipciidnusOrgan isali'on, Established 31 Years, Introducing New Sensational Spec- ¡ ialities annually. This season thc CH CL'S is full of Kowl, Original, and Dating Features. A three hour's j wlih) ti Sensation, Novelty, and j Illinium. 'I he luimeu.-c MEN- : AG HEH.'K is thc-Gitntesl and liest, ever in the Southern Hemisphere. I liens ot the Fiercest »nd Most t.'uique j Animals xatherctl from all pails oil the Wot ld, including,. | LIZZIE I.1ZZ1K. LIZZIE. ! The Km.i nions lile d-swtating i Ail ¡can ll;| pi ip. .tamils. The linc-st ! anti "iilv Hippo in Australasia. Tri; he sci ii'evei v afternoon at ,| oe'lock. ' Toei-tlnr »iii the ./.'i",ooo Men-] ngeric "I Kare Wild Animal , as ) well as at e. eli evening poi i'oi-malice | PRICKS--AlH.'ino'in, i,-. children dd } Kvi-nint!, J -5 *, -,...

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Much and Nothing Much. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Much and Nothing Much. 1 feel just like writing something awfully funny to-day, but 1 dont knew cf much just now so if I write about nothing much you will have to excuse mc this lime, Mi. Editor. The other day Mnlchny snkl he was Ruing to say scnielhiug that would dislui b Ewing, but any how, he didn't so I supt ose that it was nothing ninth. Hut the excitement in Our Pailinicnt never if. Hinch lately, except when om fi ¡end Whilsitl g> ls started, anti he set ms ¡netty quiet lately. 1 was told a pi elly ii' 0(' yalu the r llier day about a man pounding a 'pt ssuni for titspacing on his land a fi w j cai s ago. lt sei ms the law wrtild not allow Un tn to he killed, anil this was the only way t ut of Hie licuble this faillit r ci uki lil.il. 1 <'r nt I now lu-w il wi uki lu- if the tame v ere done willi a li u ol the p.vi ir. iin. nt mbini.--. Tiny dont sum to l.tii* lliimvlcwii too \xcll. * 1 dont know what loial Council h i > nieanl the oilier clay about-cows I (ii...

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