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Launceston. CONSTRUCTION OF TRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Launceston. CONSTRUCTION* OF TRAMS Tlie slow progress that is being made in the completion of thc Laun- ceston ttnm'.y-iv system is becoming a source of ii i llation to citizens. The contract tims bas expired and from present indications it looks as if the trains would not be running before October and !he whole scheme not , finished before early next year. The cost too will far exceed the es'-' . placea* !?efore citizens ^'.en they de- cided that the trams should bc built by the corporation, _I_ I
Pars [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Pars Keeping Tasmania Back.-It is uiulerstocd that a proposition for the subdivision ot a large Tasmanian estate lias beeA abandoned for thc reason that it is poetically impos- sible under the existing quarantine regulations to obtain the necessary cows ficm the mainland. A local agent said yesterday that at least 200 Victorian dairy faimers would be glad to eenie and settle in Tasmania within a year if only they could bring (heir dairy slock with them. They could not be obtained in Tasmania he said proof of which was that one man had advertised for 500 dairy cattle and had not received a single offer. Home for Wemen.-Tho City Missionary (Mr. I?. L. Mason) hopes to have a hrme for womm opened within the nixt few dnyp^'tho neces- sity of a home for wemen is jnBt as great now os whfn first I broached it ; and 1 believe that it will very shortly bc opened. It will be started on expelimental lines, and if it proves tho success and nccissity I expect its establishment upon a permanent ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Latir» .meston Offer special .facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: Any Client having purchased an article that fails to give satisfaction please rellim same immediately and we rrfund your money r,s cheerfully as we take it from you. Satisfaction Always WK are not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with undesir- able purchase, through your mistake ur ours. Agreeable Service WE aim to make it pleasant fot you to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders sf Drapery to the value of fl and over to your nearest railway station and port This does not apply to bulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Linoleums, Sewing Machines Pianos. VALUE GIVING Mas been the basis of cur great succc*.-. VALUE Ils" STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. V A L U li IX WORKMANSHIP VALUE IX EVERYTHING. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN TH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
¡Wise and Otherwise. "Vou bay you are iii luve with Miss li.iggrs.''' "I'm sure 1 am.'' "But I isn't soe nnythintr attractive abuut lu i." "Neither can I see it. Hut its in the bank all right." Il was at the club. Waiter (at II li.iil.): "There's a lady out>iilc who 3:iyj her husband promised to be hume early to-night." All (rising): "Ex- cuse me for a moment." . . . . « "Do you regard Wilkins as a man nf great depth?" "Mn," answered Mis* Cayenne; "his conversation is. hard tu follow. Hut his is one of ihe natures that avoid seeuiiníí shah low by being opaque." The Actor : "I say, you know, I'm getting awfully popular. 1 see sume tobáceo people have named a new &lt; i gnr after nie." The Manager: "Really: Then I do hope it'll draw hotter than you do." Village Constable (to villager who has boen kn..eked donn by a passing motor-cy. li-! ) : "Vou didn't sei. the number, bul could you ?\\oar to die lunn?" Villager: "1 did, hut I dnn't think 'e caril me." The Wait, i : 'Bog p...
Western Creak, Wood Cutting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Western Creak, j Wood Cutting Ácci- j dent. j A very painful accident happened to Albin Higgs, the son of Mr, E. Higgs, of Cubits' Creek. The lad who is 17 years of age, waa sawing through a kg, when it suddenly parted in the centre, pinniug him to the ground and breaking his leg above the knee, His brodier had to dig the leg out from under the log Owing to befug so far from the Doctor, it was nine o'clock before he could be eased. If some of our Councillors had to be driven through some of the bad roads with a bro Ken leg, as the young man was, the re- pairs to the road would receive attention. NEW CHURCH. The members of the Church of Christ feeling the need of a place of. worship at Cubit's Creek met to- gether last week, and though the foundation was 'aid on Monday last the building was opened for wor- ship last Sunday, when gospel ser- vices weic held by Mr 1 yard, Sen, t and Mr T. Johnson. |
Railway Union MEETING AT DELORAINE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Railway Union i I MEETING AT DE LO KA IHK I Messers J. H.Catts M.II.tï and C. Tl. Uowroyd M.II A paid a visit to Deloraine in connection with the establishment of a branch of thc Hallway and Tramway Emp- loyes Federation. On Monday evening a meeting was held in the ante room of the Town Hall nt which a large number &lt;-f railway employes were present. Mesa s Catts and Uowroyd ..ddi essed the meeting at considerable length the same gentlemen moving and seconding that a branch of the Federation be established on Delor- aine which was carried. The following officets were appointed President Mr. raisons Secretary Mr Jordan; Committee. Messrs. Ftidelpli, Fitzgibbon, Reid Sweeney Guards Iiig¡»s and flay were app' iti'ed ns collectors. It was decided to meet on the first Saturday in each month.
A STORY OF THE GREAT CHAKA. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
A STORY OF THF. GREAT CH AK A. The great and lorriblo Chaka would not allow anyone except him- self to own cattle ; and h« for hado anyone, on pain of death, to givo food ot- assistance of any kind to men found driving herds of cat- tle. And in order losco whether his commands were being obeyed, ho sent out men with cattle and b'ado them drivo tho herd north, and see whether in any kraal they could get food. Tho men with tho cattle wont oa and on, and at every kraal they wore repulsed. At last, faint and worn out, they carno to a kraal far up in tho country and piteously begged for food. Bul tho inhabi- tants feared Chaka and would give them nothing. Yet ono young girl, a chief's daughter, was filled with compassion for the men in their hunger and weariness. So, sinco she could not persuado anyone else ty succour them, she herself went out by night and brought them food. And when the people of tho kraal knew what she had dono, and found also that the men were Chakn's, they were very...
A FAIR CITY OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
A FAIR CITY OF SPAIN. I looked at thc town that seemed to have too full a beauty to bc quite | rcfli, writes C. Gasqnoiuo Hartley in tho "Tram])." Vigo was illumina- ted for a fiesta night. In tho white town, set upon its hill, with its granito houses rising in sharp up- ward lines that composa perfectly Uko natural encrustations upon tho rock, row after row of lights spark- led and gleamed as in a fairy city, fantastic, improbable. From tfie ancient fortress of tho Castillo del Castro, a dark mass between thc town and tho sky, which stood ont in tho changing flame of lights from tho silver green of trees and the grass of t lie hillside, reports of cannons r.ine; and echoed. Ever and anon rockets shot up into the night and fell in showers of stars; and every colour was reflected in diminishing shades, above in thc luminous moonlit sky, and below in the pallid silver sea. The scene was as beautiful as a ro- mance. Charming from ita beautiful strangeness, when seen at night, or from a...
A CHIP POTATO CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
A CHIP POTATO CUTTER. - Chip potatoes aro an article of food which, judging hy tho enorm- ous consumption, aro appreciated hy many people. As usual, Hie home- made article ia preferable to the shop variety, no matter how good the lat- ter may bc. The regulation cutter is expensive, bul with tho article wc illustrate and describe, an efficient substitute can bo provided. Obtain a thick pieco of strong, hard wooíl. Next obtain an old clock spring, and cut i% into suitable length*. Having cuta circular bolo in the block of wooil, hammer tho lengths of clock spring into tho wood as idiowu. All that is now required is another block of wood to press tho potatoes on to the springs, which act as etitters. A handy man will per ccivo how to obtain thc best results from the idea which we have roughly formulât ed.
Rolls of Rice. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Rolls of Rico. Tho most important of tho agricul- tural industries of India is tho cultiva- tion of rice, of which a uuuilicr of var- ietés aro produced, differing in sisse, shape nnd colour of grain, as well as in suitability for culinary pu rpo? os. Moro than seventy million acres aro annuaUy put undor rico in India, und samples of all tho varieties produced havo recent- ly been analysed by Doctor David Hooper. Ono of those is peculiar in that it ¡a too glutinous tn bc boiled in the ordinary way. This diihYulty is av- oided by boiling it in bamboo tubes, and after being thus prepared it is left in the tubes to bc eaten cold, especial- ly by travellers. When tho rico is to bo eaton tho bamboo is peeled oif, and a long roll of rico appears, which forms an escollen* substituto for bread.
Speed indicator for Trains. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Speed Indicator for Trains. The Flaman spred-indirator, used on many French locomotives, is an interesting1 instrument. Uv means, of clockwork, moved by gearing con- nected with one of the locomotive wheels, the speed per hour and thc time elapsed are shown on graduated dials, while upon a roll of paper are traced graphic records of thc speed, the duration of thc tuns, and that of the stops. The speed is shown by the movement of a hand over a semi- circular dial graduated in kilometres per hour, and the time by a shorter index moving round a small circular dial, one circuit of which occupies ten minutes. Thc registering paper is moved by revolving drums connected with the clockwork of the dials
The Diet of Ancient Athletes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
The Diet of Ancient Athletes. Interesting comparisons may be drawn between ancient and modern athletes. The athletes of ancient ? Greece, for example, if they appeared io view to-day, would not be taken | for a football team. The old-time ! man of muscle wore his hair cropped, a distinguishing feature in a land of long- hair. Thot-e in training led ai very careful life. Their bill of fare consisted of fresh cheese, dried figs, and wheaten porridge. A little later in the era meat was allowed, with a preference for beef and pork. Bread was not allowed with meat, and sweets not at all. At one time a strange cus- tom of diet came into vogue. Kvery day at the concludion of practice thc athletes were obliged to consume enor- mous quantities of food, which was digested in a long-continued sleep, j The amount was gradually increased until huge meals of meat were taken. Thc diet produced a corpulence of ad- vantage in wrestling, but undesirable in other sports.
THE CHARM OF WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
THE CHARM OF WORDS. It is wonderful to note, says an American contemporary, how many persons of exquisite literary tastes agroo that "rosemary" is entitled to the "beauty" crown among words. It certainly has the advantage that, if broken up into its component parts, each of them is still beautiful, lt is true that a roso by any other name would smell as sweet, but then it might not sound so well. Slaty is certainly a beautiful name, unless you join it with Ann. On the other hand, if "Mary Ann" bc written '"Marian," wo have a name that in itself is delightful, and has the add- ed interest of conjuring up visions of Sherwood Forest and Hobin Hood and Friar Tuck and other romantic figures. There is probably somo in- tangible influence about, words that gives thom for some people a pecu- liar charm which for others is en- tirely absent. Thus not everyone will seo with De Quincy a subtle sug- gestion of tho greatness of Rome in Livy's oft-rcitcrated phrase "consul Komanus." Virgil, indee...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
CONUNDRUMS. How do you know that tho King approves of tho penny postage? Becauso ho gives his countenance to it. Why is it easy to break into an old man's house?-Bccauso his gait (gate) is brokou and his locks aro few. Why is a melancholy young lady tho most entertaining of all com- panions?-Because sho is always a musing. What is that, which Adam never saw, never possessed, and yet ho gave two to each of his children ?-Pa- rents. Why aro blacksmiths tho most dis- contented of mechanics?-Because they aro always on tho st riko for 1 wage». ] What is tho difforenco between a ^ made-up belle and a burglar ?-Ono ' wears falso locks, tho other lal se keys. j
TO BANISH FATIGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
TO BANISH FATIGUE. Thoro aro two aorta of tiredness' nr i fatigue, that which we all have after a spell of hard manual work. :~ and that after a long day of (ravel ;| ling. Thoro aro two ways of ban- ishing this, if ono is over 55. Th»* ?_ ; wrong way is that adopted hy a good many, namely, taking an aleo- ¿ holic stimulant and a gelid (linn r j almost immediately thereafter. Tl "-, glass of wino or spirits may got np S-¿ an appctito, it is I ruo, hut it is falso ono, and causes tho partaker lo oat far moro than is needed or good for him under tho circuía - p stances. This is Uko loading up a » tired horse who has already moro eu his back than ho can easily bear. Tho stomach, oven though sfimu- Sj lated hy moro wine or beor, is un- I; able to copo with that meal, ami ?; tho night's rest that follows is ni«, a wdiolcsomo ono. Tho individual K feels moro tirod next day than he dm on tho previous evening. Tho riglïï L way is to rest for a short limo after coming homo, thou to go in for...
JACK JOHNSON in trouble again. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
JACK JOHNSON In trouble again. Wailing under dale San Francisa I Mareil ai the "Referee's Atncricai cortcspondem states:-JacU Jolm^ot is nowa prisoner in thc Country Gan of San Fiaiicisco. Two days ago In was sentenced. by Judge Treadwel to 25 days without the option of ; fine. His offence was excessivelj speeding his automobile. Jolmsoi resorted to all (lie legal quibbles bi: attorneys could think of to have thc lenience cummuted to a tine but th&lt; judge refused to make a change Johnson dodged the cell for one night by going before another judge intiniaiing that lie had made an ap peal and securing the light tr deposit cash bail Hut the nex morning when the second judgt found that there was no appeal il being quite impossible through Johnson having enteied a plea ol guilty the service cf the sentence commenced. On Wednesday March 2!) the giant boxer went to the county prison and started Ins 2Ti days. The story of his arrest and the manner in which he came to be making suc...
A Complete Story. COUSIN JULIA. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
A Complete Story. COUSIN JULIA. (By R. Murray Gilchrist.) When Cousin Julia came, Libby went down to the village to meet the station wagonette, lt was a May afternoon, the thorn was in full bloom-from end to end the valley was hoavy with its fragrance. Lib- by was thankful that she livud high up the hillside, near the moorland. "Seems to me as if I couldn't live for long down here," she said to herself. "Ne'er a breath of wind comes through Grassbronk. 'Tis more nor I can understand the way the folk keep in such gntxl health!" She was neatly dressed, hut with no striving towards the fashion- able. Mer gown was of grey cot- ton, figured with white sprays; her hat was broad of brim and severely plain; her linel.y-turneil shoulders were covered with a prim black cape. Nobody could say that Lib- by was pretty, anti yet nobody could wish to look upon a healthier, kind- lier lass. As she passed through thc Nether lind little children came to grasp her skirt and to crow ; she stooped to ki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
MURRAY'S MURRAY'S for Mcintyres famous Tea ls. 3d. and ls 6d lb. MURRAY'S have opened newest styles in MEN'S OVERCOATS. MURRAY'S are showing pretty designs Winter Blouse pieces at cjd per yard MURRAY'S have just opened Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes MURRAY'S Russell's Dining Room Tariff 2s. 6d. per Pay All Meals, gd CHARLES STREET, .LAUNCESTON N«r Pfince'3 Square, WHERE did you get your BOOTS? THEY are all right. I got them from HARRY POWELL, WK AT tiSîuû.Çl'd y°u say! J. H. POWELL, FaiWay Store. Deloraine. THE STORE where yon gel your goods cheapest and best. jtEAD Deli or aine Adi xertiser. Briseis Cash Next to STATE SCHOOL UtfCtSY Grocery Our Special Cash Prices are the lowest on the North East Coast. By stocking reliable goods, combined with our attractive prices, we hope to secure a liberal share of your sup- port. When you are giving your next order, you cannot do better than give us a trial. Drapery Our stocks are carefully selected and purchased from the best Ware- houses,...
FUNERAL [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
FUNERAL J The hu nal of Hie lata William Baclcoc! which (cok place at Hag- ley nnc'ay \\as&lt; necf the largest es. i IK I,' ilieie. The Kev A Ham bly coi . i.cicd the service in the M ethunia Church and alterwards ii ll.i adjoining cemetery where rn- ol Glenoi e's most respect- ed residents vas then laid to rest, The .'eceaicd had longbeen con- necter' \&lt;ith the church woik; in fact hib experience as a trustee of the Wl itemoie Methodist Church dates bath to the sixties and many of the improvements noticeable at Whikmoie ar., due to good judgment and help. He was also a model laimer using most up-to date methods. His demise is much regretted and sincere sympathy is expressed Inwards his soi lowing relatives.
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911
Local & Gçnçral I _:o:- J Doth of om Iceni l;,;,jis were occll. ' pied for prívale dances on Thursday I evening. Vt is rot cftcn that this occurs.. 'Mr Walter Hem y left Deloraine on Monday for Springfield wlieie he is spending a brief holiday with his biGlher-in-Ia\v and sister (Mr and Mis C Thotpe.) It is announced that Constable Perkins ficm Mathinna is to be the successor to Trooper Tierney. Con- stable Gordon's successor will be notified at an early date. Theie are to besóme brave doings on Deloraine in connection with the Coionation and we lu pe in cur next issue to make some inipoitant an- nouncements on this subject. . WEDDING I Hev. Kiley officiated ot n vciy pretty widdirg cn Widnesday the contrtciing ! attire teing Mr. Forty Ycnd nr.d Miss E Skipper btth of -Needles. The harpy roupie left by tho C7eting train for Ltmicestoti. STATE SCHOOL CLOSED In ccnftqtunee of t»o coses of ¡lítese iinoDgft childn n ntter.ding lits State gchcol beirg dirgnosid as diptlieri» the ...