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Empire Day at Deloraine. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911

Empire Day at Deloraine. On Wednesday the nsunl Enif ire Dnj celebration was held nt ti e Sute School. Thc early j »rt cf tin» n»'-'*j:ng session waa tit:li.-el in leeson» ni the ting tind its origin mid meanimr »ir.d on the Empire with special reference lo the responsibility and privilege of citizenship About ICO children wer- [>re.=< nt. The public rrrceedinr/s conirc^Lced about ll a.m. Kith the | lunting of a tree to he known us Kini» George V., whieh fnnr tion was perioruied by Mr .1 liest M.H, A. The next event was t!.i< hoisting ol the L'iiion Jack ly ci.e i : t! e junior scholar?, nud saluting th» f!:»g by the school. Those present thtn intered the SC1H« I, and the children wire nridressid ly .Mr. .1. Suit», the bend l-.n-li-.-r, who introduced tho other sroekits. Short addresses, appropriate to the occnsion wen» i;ivfn hy lier?. ,1. W. Fisher and W. il. TV}-lor, Mr. .1. pP-t. .M.. ILA , tlie Warden!, IÎ. II. Symmons. Esq) Or Johnson (ind Conucillor L...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AFFECTION WITH A MOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911

AFFECTION WITH A MOTIVE. .?* As a well-dressed elderly London- er slopped from a train at one of the busy Manchester stations a pretty girl caine briskly up tn hint, rapturously t li re xe her arms ubi mt his tieck, anti kissed him several times. "f)h, father, I tint sn de- lighted that you have come!" she cried. Then, drawing hack, she h inked into the face ni thc new ar- rival, her own countenance sudtlen l\- expressing shanie and horrnr. "Why. von're not my father!" she nuirnuired, etideax miring lo free herself from his embrace. "Vis. 1 nm," insisted the t rax tiler, pressing ber rinser; "voil are my long-lost daughter, and I ant goinj; tn keep vuu in my arms till a policeman ar- lin's." A constable ix as fetclu-tl. anti Iben the Londoner's diamond srarfpin was discovered in the girl's hand. "Well, that's n new trick h.'ic!*' said thc policeman. "ls it?" said the traveller. "lt's .-tn nhl one in London!" lt is not from thc edge of steel a wound takes longest to heal. Knell man c...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Eyes and the Men. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911

Eyes and the Men. All mon of genius aro said to havo clear, slow-moving, bright eyes. This is tho oyo which indicates mcnt.il nhil ity of some kind. Hine oyes aro suki to bo tho weak os b. Upturned oyes are typical of devotion. Wide open eyes aro indicativo of rashness. Side-nlnn cing eyes uro always to he distrusted, ïïrow» eyes aro said by oculists to be the stroni;est. Small eyes are com- monly suppitscd to indicate cunning. The proper distanco bntwoen tho nyes is the width of on» oyo. Kyes in rapid and constant motion betoken anxiety, fear; or care. Eyes with long, sharp corners, indiruto t;reat discernment '»id penetration. Groy oyos turning ^reen in allder or excitement are inti ¡cativo of a choleric temperament. When tho upper lid covers half or more of the pupil the indication is of cool delibera- tion. I'll; tcady eyes, rapidly jerking from side tu side, are usually signa of au unsettled mind.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Random Readings. OBEYING ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911

j Random Readings. OBEYING ORDERS. Whorl the street-railway com- panies in New York posted notices that passengers desiring transiera must ask for them at thc time of paying faro or otherwise forfeit right to receive thom, of course people constantly forgot. Tho troubles of tho street-car omployces wore mate- rially increased thereby-except in occasional instances. Tho conductor on an Amstordam-aveuuo car was ono day accosted by a quaint little twiukling-oyed old woman, who de- manded her "thransfor." "You should have asked mo when you paid," ho objected. "Sure, but I thried to do ut, mo bhoy," she said, her innate friendli- ness overflowing in a smile, "but ye wuz that quick 'n' loively yo'cl sthopped off befure I cud say a wur rud 1" Tho conductors evidently reserved tho right to make exceptions. Thia ono was a good-natured-looking young man ; indeed, by this time overyouo about had begun to Took good-natured. All right, grandma," he said jovi- ally, "I'll give you ono this time. ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Burglary at the Don Store. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 27 May 1911

Burglary at the Don Store. _ i Considerable stir   was created on Deloraine   "' .... on Thursday morning when it became known that a. big burglary had been committed at the Don Store during the night. The generally accepted theory is that the deed took place in the early morning hours, some time after the town lights had been put out. Frcm what could be seen when the staff arrived on Thursday morning it was not difficult, to construct a pretty reliable theory   as to what had actually occurred. A lump of rock lying in the window told its own tale as to the means first employed to gain enhance. The scene which was displayed was one ol confusion. The side   panel of the new window put in some few months ago was broken a gap large enough to admit a man   of moderate size being made near the bottom of the panel. The stone previously mentioned explained this   and blood stains on various articles along the win...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

Dentistry Notice, i Mr. Alfred J. Mal, (LONDON 1iS7.1l NO ni ST. ,!OllN STREE r, LAUNCESTON, may be consulted as follows: HAGLEY Roe's, Wcdnc-day, june 7th, io am till 12. YVESTB U R Y-13 E It RT ED A L Ii Wednesday June 7th, -pm till lOpni DELORAINE GOODUM DOE S Thursday June Kth, r iain till 4.30. KIMBERLEY WALKER'S Thursday June Nth. 7 tili lOpm. Fi ¡day <) till I SHEFFIELD MADDOX'S, Saturday June 10th nam till ¡pm, WI EM OT C fi AW FO li DS, i-aturday June lUtli. a. yt till 10pm, and Sundays from 9:1111 till lipin. RAILTON I'EDDEK'S Monday .lune Ijth Pani till liam LATROBE LUCAS' Monday June lilli j(noon) till 6pm. DEVONPORT GRAND Tuesday June 13th yam till 6pm. ULVERSTONE FU RENE'S Wednesday June 14th 'Jam till 7pm. PENGUIN M'AULIFF'S Thursday June 15th Ham till 9pm. Friday evening 7 till it» pm. RIANA BENNETT'S Friday June 16th nam till 4pm. Appointments ingas, chloroform and stopping cases can be made with the local medical men or chem- ists, or direct by letter to...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Rice Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

Rice Paper. Chinese rice paper has no rice in its composition. The curiously brit- tle, pure white material used for the marvellous, drawing's of Chinese ar I tists, is manufactured from the pith ! of a tree peculiar to Formosa. The first paper was not made of raw cot- ton, nor by thc Chinese. Rag paper was made in Arabia more than ten centuries ago, and thc Crusaders brought the industry to Knrope where the first paper manufactory was es- tablished in the last years of the thirteenth century.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Oriental Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

Oriental Advertising. Some Japanese advertisements .pos- sess a weald) of imagery unknown to the Western advertiser. A Tokio draper announced 'hat "Our goods arc .ient to customer's houses with the !-peed of n shot from a ritle." A large store displayed a poster inscribed: "Why not visit our shop*? Wc can satisfy every possible want of yours. Kvcry one of our assistants is as com k plaisant and obliging as a father who socks îo dispose of a dnwerlrss daugh-1 ter. You will bc as welcome as a ray j of.1 sunshine coming after a day of ceaseless rain."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
New, Odd, Interesting. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

New, Odd, Interesting. | Pennies contain ninety-five parts of copper, four parta of tin^ and ono part of ' zinc. ? : "Noiseless paper" for thoa tro pro- grammes is hoing manufactured in Ger- many. A railway line I teing eons tr neted in South America will reach a height of over 16,000 foot above the lovel of tho sea. The motor car industry is so rapidly using up tho supply of hickory that a non* wood must soon be found for spok- es, rims, otc, In Britain the annual consumption of sugar amounts to 85 pound*, for each i juli vidual, «nd in the United states to 61 pounds. Tho next generation will be as famil- iar with tho handling of aeroplanes as this one is with tho management of bicycles und of motor cars. There were 5g performances of tho Pasfsion Play at Oheram morgan last year, attended by 225,000 persons, about 3,700 at each performance. Tho telegraph line at Attitete, Gold Const, is interrupted from time to time by the gymnastic exercises of the large monkeys who haunt tho neig...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A GERMAN DOLL'S HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

A GERMAN DOLL'S HOUSE. In the seventeenth century in Ger- many, when great luxury in living; was spreading rapidly, magnificent dolls' houses «ere constructed; for- tunately a few specimens remain to show how beautiful and complete was thc self-contained mansion of nobleman of that day. One such fine house bus no fewer than twelve rooms, besides n large square entrance hall and bindings ; it is'dated 1(131). On thc ground Hour are eight small rooms, of which one is the birder, where miniature bains and poultry hang from the ceiling ; three arc servants' bed- rooms, one ¡1 cowshed with cows in tho stalls, and burnished brass mil- king pails, a beer cellar or store- room or shop, without which no great house was complete; here tiny bales of cloth und silk ure stor- ed, rolls of string, morals of sponge, tins of spice, rice, "ligar, and all that was required in all de- partments of the great house; and a till and account book shows us the order and method of the housekeep- er, whose ta...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SLEEPING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

THE SLEEPING ANIMALS. When ono comos to think of it, how tremendous a part food plays 'u tho lives of birds and beasts-and th our own also, for the matter of that. Ail aliko must eat to live, yet many animals succcecd in passing many wcoks, or even months, without eat- ing a morsel of food ! These aro thc creatures which "hibernate," that ij to say, which at the approach of win- ter fall into a dcop sleep. They do not starve, because before tho deep sloop came they made tho most of tho timo of autumn plenty, and ate, and atc, all day long, thereby becom- ing enormously fat, and this fat is slow ly used up by the body to sup- port life during the long fast. Tho hedgehog, the squirrel, and tho bat, as winter makes itself felt, seek out some dark and cosy nook, in thc bolo of a trco or elsewhere, and drop olf to sleep. Winter storms, and frost and snow, have no terrors for them. They wake when the How- ers wake, at the touch of thc warmth of tho sun when spring has roally come. Tho fro...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
JOURNALISTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

JOURNALISTS' UNION. Having beca satisfied that certain amendments of the rules asked for by the newspaper proprietors and directed by him to be made had been effected the Commonwealth Industrial Registrar made absolute . the conditional registration of the . Australian Journalists' Association as an organisation of employees under the C «mmonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act. j

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SEVEN TIMES NINE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

SEVEN TIMES NINE. Tlic multiplication-table bothered Johnnie. Ile had worked over it for five whole weeks, and was only as far as the "sevens/' " I don't b'licvo I'll ever learn thc seven fines; 'specially the seven fines nine. O dear!" Ile winked very hard as ho said it. Grandpa looked up from his paper and laughed. "That is one of the very 'times' that used to bother inc, Johnnio," said he, "and my teacher taught mo to remember it by saying: '¡Seven times niuo are sixty-three, Think of a squirrel climbing a tree !' " Then grandpa lookod down at his paper again, and Johnnie brightened up wonderfully. "What fun!" said he. "Now I know I can 'member it." And so ho did. The very next day the teacher was putting au example in multiplication on tho blackboard, and pretty soon she asked, just as if she did not know : "Seven times nine-aro how many 1" Up popped Johnnie's cager hand. Teacher smiled ; sho know just what a hard time ho had been having with his inultiplication-tablo. | I "Cnn ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
OLIVER GOLDSMITH'S KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

OLIVER GOLDSMITH'S KINDNESS. Ono of tho kirntest men who ever lived waa Dr. Oliver Goldsmith, a writer of hooks which were so clever thal he heeamo very famous. Though ho was so famous, how- ever, Dr. Goldsmith was a very poor man. Ho was poor because when- ever he had any money he gave it to anyone who asked him for it. Mc was so kind-hearted, indeed, that if he had only a shilling in his pocket he would bc certain to give it to a beggar who asked him for money ! Ono day kind Dr. Goldsmith was walking down a busy street in Lon- don, and willi him was a friend. In tho streot he mot an old beggar wo man, and she held out her hand, say- ing: "lMeaso help mo, sir; I am starving for food." Dr. Goldsmith gave tho beggar woman a shilling and then walked on with his friend. Now, his friend knew tho beggar woman, and he said: "You have thrown your money away, air, for that, licggar woman will not spend it in tho right way, on food." .But kind Dr. Goldsmith did not feel sorry, and ho said : ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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For Young Folks. THE NEW LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

For Young Folks. THE NEW LEAVES. I think all my little readers will see the lesson taught hy this pretty si orv from thu Christmas Number of tho ''Sphere": - "Wake up," said a clear little voice. Tommy woko and sat. np in bcd. At thc foot of tho bed stood a boy about his own age all dressed in white like fresh snow, lie had very bright eyes, and he lookod straight at Tammy. "Who aro you?" asked Tommy. "I am tho Now Year," said tho boy. "This is my day, and I have brought you your loaves." "What leaves?" asked Tommy. "Tho now ones, to bo sure," said tho New Year. "I hoar bad ac- counts of you from my daddy-" "Who is your daddy?" asked Tommy. "Tho.Old Year, of course," said thc hoy. "If you do not, stop," ho said, "you will grow worse and worse every year till you grow up into a Horrid Man. Oo you want to be a Horrid Man?" "No-no," said Tommy. "Thou you must stop being a hor- rid boy," said tho New Year. "Tako your leaves," and ho held out a packet of what, looked like copy- book leav...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
[?] Cameron at Deloraine. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

i líe loraine. j Mr. Norman Cameron addressed ; a well attended meeting in the Deloraine Town Hall un Monday evening in cotiuecti >n with In's c.tin ; paign tor the Wilmot seat. Mr. .1. j P. Sullivan was voted to the chair i anti introduced the speaker in com . pliuieut.iry termsi Mr Cameron sad he wis i n ir a ' purp i.se that of reducing direct tax- ation winch was far heavier here j than in any of the other states. Mr ¡ Ingleden had pronounced in favour j o'" immigration but he did not think I ¡ intelligent people would select Tas ¡ mania where the laxes amounted tu. ab mt .Oi f .i- each b tr.nlwinnor I j when the mainland sfates levied j j were so much Ijwcr. In leference ; ! to Ke leration. other speakers liad ¡ j urged the n to Federate In; he bad just as stn >ti Lil y urged I hem nut tu i d i so. Now who had given them ; the right advice (a vnee-"Von") j Ile then c intrasted the concessions j other slates had obtained with the : j ireatmeiit meted uut to Tasmania. I j I...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
[?] CE[?] [?]RRANG[?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

> CEI .).',¡jl:.\'l :i . AHKAM.h I T),. i ubi- , ? . convene I» i >:.-i:m,.i- '.ur ci . g tb, C e ? ,i. ;. t i Kinji Cb :. ^ un June JJ cl was held in ibi'i < Hali wi I .n>- y Ajay -Otb ai i* v> arge anil tp resciilalive gain,, ^. 'J he Wai den (li. H. fy nine i s h.qi was in lin chair. Amuii.-: ruse wini loni, a lcac.iug pail in Un ; mceedings weie Mc 1. I isl M li.A. tí. \\ Cam j »:(.! (sec mi]"u\inient association) j 1 M'^ivan ai.i. ev hiiey I he vani lla pu pi sa s subniiiled were caie u 1 ly cuiisnicitcl and discussed at seme length and the following list of events agi ced to: Pub ic Divine .-el vice. P an ting avenu, of Ir.ccs in God ei ii b stn cl ¡Mngiug National Antlieni. Public piucession Upen ail demonstration, with patriotic addresses. Ik m Iii u and hrewoiks. lt was decided to assemble the children from the outlying distiicts on Deloraine, wheie the special ile tc. - : :11 :: ' r. is imposed to be bi id. i i.i- pu j"..: al was keenly debated, as i...

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Pars [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

Pars Ministers are prosecuting bishops I in Porta »al lor pr-tests ag ainst the J separation ol' the church from the I state and have ordered the civil j G iveniors to take aa inventory of the cathedrals and churches. C unnitssi-mers of the Iii"*! exhib ', iti ni have { >niiulited industrial bur- \ l salies to enable talented science V.u- j ! dents to tide nvj a year or two | j while gaining experience and secur- j i ne: remunerative employment. ' ; Employment proposals in the ! British National Insurance Kill are ' Intituled on actuarial calculation and j Mr. Sydney Maxton says it is hnpor ! tant to start in years of g voil trade j in order to accumulate a substantial reserve.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE VALUE OF LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

THE VALUE OF LEMONS. Lemonade front ihe juice of fresh fruit is ono of tho best and safest drinks for anyone, whether in hcal.ii 'or not. lt is useful for most slom ach diseases, gravel, liver complaint, and fever, lt is a specific againsi skin diseases, being ono of tho best antiscorbutics we know. If tho gums are rubbed daily with a little lemon juice it keeps them in good condition, and used for the hands once a day in washing it makes the skin soft and smooth, and removes dirty stains. It is good for a cold if taken in hot, water on going to bed, and in intermittent fevers it has been found useful when mixed with hot black coffee without sugar.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SICKNESS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 June 1911

SICKNESS Tile majority of the juveniles who have been laid aside by illness are making satisfactory progress and we aie glad to be able tosíate that no fresh cases are being lepoited during the past few days Miss Irene Taylor who was con- fined to her room for a few days with a throat trouble is making ex- cellent progtess and was able to be about once more during the last day or two though of course she is not yet sufficiently restored to be out of doors.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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