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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
Sudden Death. Jd?f aa w.' pu i.» prt'5? wt> l^arn that Superintv. uiU-ni Scott tliei t*udienly a hont ^ (K'itii'l; ii-su-rd ny afternoon. Thu catiT nf death (¡i Mated a? iumo rHge, Mr S.fft vrunwell for iome liny* pn*t sol h:s L'on litton had ..ansell Li* f.i.-n !- nun-h H. \'ety. Tho dejeist'ti luid tin* position of iSap'iintca tt*:.t i f Pel cc «i La uiL'i'-ion Ojvon^ort mi l L> 1 Tai m».
Stamdale's Patient. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
Staadale's Patient, j By J. W. Mayall. " J "Helen, you must marry me. Yoi ruust; you cannot KO out into tu .world-to earn your living; you don* know what that la. How should you And J can give you a home such a: you have been accustomed to." '?I know; I know. Please don' .^thluk,inp, ungrateful; but it would bi . so-so unfair ta you. Von are glv lng all, and 1 have nothing to giv&lt; you in return." "Indeed, you have. You can gl»'i nie companionship." "But 1 cannot give you what a gi. should give the man she marries." "I do not expect lt-for the prc sent, at least. I am confident that ii the end 1 shall win your affection "iou do not dislike me?' "Oh, no; I like you. How could do otherwise?" "Thea ïor the present I ask nc thing more. Helen, you will not re fuse me?" She did not answer; but her man uer led to the belief Unit her resist ance was weakening. Perhaps il was natural, for it would have beer dillicult for any woman to resis tae passionate wooing of this keen feature...
A Square Deal. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
A Square Deal. I'll o two trampa had acquired a live chicken hy tile simple process of lay- ing on of hands. ' "hooky here," said Weary William.' ?'we hos got ter dervide fair." ' "Hat's right, pani," rejoined linn- I gry Harrison. "Now, I ain't had nu tiiin' ter eat fer free days, an" youse ain't had no sleep fer tree night?, so I'll take tie pullet fer me break fas', an' youse lake de feathers, spread 'em on date ole plank an' per- eced tew injoy verseif."
Derby Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
Derby Notes. Messrs Lucas Shanhun aud Vollprecht and Rev A W Ashcroft have been selected to represent the local Debating Society in a debate with the Bridport Harbour League on the question of opening a port at Bridport, Mr W Muckridge's new JAP motor has attracted much attention the new importation being one of the finest seen on this Coast. The question of erecting a new hall which the Salvation Army corps here have under consideration will quile probably be brought into pro- minence once more at an early date. The proposal that the next relia- bility contest of the Tasmanian Aut- omobile Club should be on a route passing through Derby is a good one and should create much interest It would please East Coast resident to see such an event arranged. Quite a number of residents here are of opinion that a double train service should be run on Ihe Branx- holm line. However with the large traffic which will pass over this line it is probably only a question of time when the morning servi...
The White Man's Burden. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
The White Man'« Burden. Together they sat In the ol« armchair, I As lovers so often do; Heart clung to heart, and lip to lip, I As if tiley were stuck like slue; I Hut after titree hours, George couldn't I be called | The happiest man among men, i For the bundle ot bliss ho held in his ' Inp ¡ Scaled just upon twelve-stun-ten. j Like a hero of old he stuck to his Kims, Hut the strain was giving him beans, And Georgie began to realise What the "Whllo Man's Durden" moans. At length she raised her musical voice i And broke (lie silence intense; Sile said, "D'yen think I'm a nice girl. George?" t He simply replied. "Immense!" I
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER I. The Flowers Are Given. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
Tile Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN LYS. Author ot' "Tho Ilepswortu .Millions," "Tho .Mystery or L:nIyi>l:ico," "A landon Cobweb,", cte." All Rights Reserved. CIIAPTEíl I. The Flowers Are Given. "Well played, Indeed!" nnd there was quito a little excitement round the tennis lawn as a sharp, well-plac- id return ended a good rally. Hulking Hie games live all. "And they wore live gnmes to one!" Mrs. Hickson exclaimed. "Hose and Harry get careless when they are win- ning." "And Bannister ls a hard man to tackle," salli the Rector; "ho never knows when ho Is neaten." "An excellent finality, particularly l-ltiu'llsli." remarked old Lady Belford. ..Certainly certainly." tho Rector ac ipiirsrcd with alacrity, nnd turned to speak to someone else. He had a v. liolesotue dread of Lady nelford, who was controversial, and always right, according to her own estimation, 'whe- ther she argued on matters religious ur tho latest fashions in millinery. She was...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
WATER SUPPLY. j Another breakage occuried at the i pumping plant towards the end ut I last week with the result that lor thc I great« i portion of a week uo water I was obtainable. It is veiy uutoi tú- nate that so many breakages -hould j 'eua;- in such a short time. lu con .-r.ution with Mr H. ewe: he ix o c '.e I .he ipiuiou tha' tl; ? leiiuire j nients ol tue town have gv.ovii so , co"!]}' liri' the pump is II >t powct inl enough and in doviiu at the speed necessary to k- ep up the sup- ply it oversti.iins the pinn p ano 'his ha. ta-"-l tin- break..; - . l\> work at its i": late a suftic ; supply cannot bc obtained. W rat is to be d. ne under the circn-ost n .xs .pens up an inter -sting prc'-lem Repairs nvrc effected ? . I ucsday and on Wednesday ai .ai.ig tue giciter ,>.u;..t the : va ... " '.warn -.applied bot the -apply ... s .t lust °nl an intermittent one. Probably most of the requiems « ere ni t over confident oí the supply continuing and many drew it a reserve whi...
BRANNHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
BUANX HOLM. Widespread sympathy was express- ed wiieii it became known that Miss. Lena Cooper died at the General Hospital Launceston, on Monday night. Deceased was only 16 years I of age and second y ungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs I hos. Cooper who are old and res, ected residents of the place. Branxholm is badly in need of a larger hall than idle one in use, which is too small to meet the re- quirements of the public. Much public sympathy is extend- ed to Messrs -Th-.s Th-mps HI and li Harper of Derby through their loss by lire. Thc lad: yuri? m ..?feg «f th.- 1! isx htiliu Luigi- die A. I>. lira J Slurp pre- siding Ko-! cioiiili:^ w.re ini io.ied. »ni two [iruposi'i a:s r e iv&lt;!J. Th - fail owii.g Dtfierj WIT.' ;n-tull-.l A. D Bro. J. F. Auton; V. A. D. Br», A. Ii. White; Tr-mir-r Iii... [ S'aup; I.Cr. Itro. \V. .M..iit^,.:u ry;' O.G Hr. T. li.ii.ead..; R. A. li Hr.. . R Ma Miruu ory; L. A. 15. Ur... li. J. HuvKard L V. A. U. Uro. W Ilarvi-y; AsaU Hut S 0'eUry Hr.. ...
SKELETONS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
SKELETONS. Thia is not to be ii treatise on ana- tomy. Thc skeletons ive speak of are UIOMJ that ure popularly supposed to reside in cupboards, or in other dark corners of our houses. They are not áiieli skeletons ns we can dissect, bone from bone. They arc often intang- ible, shadowy-sometimes quite ima- ginary-and yet very real. How can :i thing be imaginary und yet real? Because the imagination is itself one of the most pressing of realities. Sometimes, perhaps, if wc 'care- fully examined the dark recess where the supposed skeleton lurks, we might /Ind nothing there; but wo should still go away with the conviction that somqwhero1 or other, itv another un- expected nook or corner, the unwel- come guest was hiding. The skeleton i in the cupboard, the skeleton at the j least-what docs it mean? It means that In this fife there is a trouble for us nil. »nick care still sits behind the rider; and It is not easy to un 1 horse him, A story ls told of a lady, young, beautiful, mid appare...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
WINTER SALE DON STORE WINTER SALE SALE PRICES. FOR CASH ONLY. SALE PRICES. we are forced to make internal alterations to our business premises in July and all goods must be cleared to make room before the bricks and morterffy. Sale Prices Absolutely for Cash Only BRINSMEAD EASY ; PIANOS; Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, ? Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Steinmayr, ORGANS ¡3Y Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old Pianos in exchange "ERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT The Piano People, " George-st Launceston ri Flou* ^/tiller, $aW, Plaining and jVlouSding Mill? Etc. TI.M UK I .Vi. .* IÍ'M.I.KI: n.ol'k' !;? Ul,Kl' OATS AN I Lowest Prices. i, ;. I.-, I INH li )N'É r > o i;i » I'M; -1 IA i; I'S S AUW \ K I'S, POLLARD. 15HAN, OATMEAL i Al.I. MILLKD LINK.> AT Quality Guaranteed. : AT lîUItltiiNT RATliS. ;\S>N'UI) lit) A UL) S, T. & G. F LOO ti- li \ l'IIS, l'A LI.VUS AND FENCING .A I AV AV ns II \NT> New and Second Iiaud Furni...
TOOTLEBOOM OUT OF HIS CENSUS. A Fierce First of April for our Old Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
TOOTLEBOOM OUT OF HIS j CENSUS. , A Fierce First of April for our Old Friend. "Why are they taking tho census?" was the breakfast-table problem that Amelia Tooilebouni Hung at her loni with tho second cup of coffee. "Eli? Heatly 1 can'f say exactly unless, my dear," said Archibald, sud- denly Inspired, "unless it's the only thing left for the Government to take! Any letters this morning, my love?" Yes; there were several letters. In fact, there's always a heavy mail at Hope Cottage on AU Foots' Day. "Now TU bet you what you like," Arch chuckled, "most ol' these letters 'll bu lirst-of-April gags. Hut they wont catch me with any old stuff of that kind, Amelia. Oh dear no!" "There you aro! What did I tell you? To begin with, hero's a couple of letters with the ends of lmitatiun enemies sticking out. Ha! ha! I thought that old wheeze was dead and burled years ago!"-tossing the let- ters across thc table to Amelia. "Then here's a note from .Mumford: 'Dear Toot,-If I don't see you on the...
WOMEN, MEN AND MONEY. An American Article Applicable to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
WOMEN, MEN AND MONEY. j An American Article Applicable to , Australia. | "I choose my friends absolutely ' without any reference lo their finan- cial position. "I'd just as soon bo seen on the street with tho most shabbily dressed of my acquaintances as with the most wealthy and beautifully gowned. "I am never in the slightest degree inllueuced in my spending of money by what people think. "I never nllow my admiration or liking of anything to be affected hy what it costs, but caro for things merely for their intrinsic beauty and worth. "I would be Infinitely more pleased if I were told that I was to meet to- night a man of sterling character and fine mind than a multi-millionaire without thcBe attributes. "I never try to appear as if I had more money than I really have." How many of you, sisters mine and brothers, too-could, with abso- lute and minute truthfulness, sign these assertions? Almost any day in the week, al- most any week in the year, you may pick up almost any large news...
A Re-Fined Holligan. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
A Re-Flned Holligan. ' A man was fined for assaulting a 1 policeman recently, and, considering himself hardly treated, made some abusive remarks about the magistrate as he was leaving the dock. An officer was sent to bring him back, and he wns fined again for contempt of court. "My man," said thc J.P., "if you had I been more chaste and refined in your language, you would not have beeu chased and re-flned!"
PUM'KIN-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
PUM'KIN-TIME. I 'Trop tlio windor opon with thc broad tin, Mary; Sit tho baby down upon thc Moor; Go an' take the shutter down beind tho dairy. Stick the wash-tnb up agin tho door. Bobby! Look if you can see yer father coniln'! Ain't that pum'kin In the oven yet7 Wash them dishes. Mary! Look alive! Ño slunimln'! Emma! Please the baby, there's a pet. 'Ere's them 'ens been layin' lu tho flour-bag, Joolyer! Watchersay? Ole 'Specky' wants to sit? Sool 'em out! Oh. shut yer mouth, or lil soon school yer! Now, then, .Marv! shift yerself a bit! 'Ow's tho moat an' taters dolli'? 'Ere comos father! W'ere's that boy to? Bob-b-e-e! Were's he to? 'Nutt to keep a body in a perfect lar ther! 'Hemma! Go an' please the baby, do! Stick the meat an' puin'kln on the tin-dish, will yer? 'Ow much longer are yer goln' ter be? Bobby! Leave that child alone, or else lil kill yer! Now, then, dad! Sit up an' 'ave yer tea." _
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
NOTICE Having again secured the Agency I írom I E. T. CLEMENTS/f; & Co., Devonport^ .I wish to notify the public that I intend buying all kinds of produce at hiebest market prices. 1 also have The agency for the touuv\u.& lines. McCormick's Harvesting Machin- ery, Check and Buffer springs, Lis- ter Cream Separators, Motor Buggys Lister Petrol Engines, Hassell s Manures, A.M.P Life Assurance, &c Geo. L. Oswin, Emu Bay Road, Deloraine LADIES-If you go ¡.ito Twelve Homes on Washing day and find tn | nine of these Velvet Soap. The washing done by noon that used to take ti!) after tea; hands that were often bleeding, now light and dain- ty, and Velvet Soap did it all-Lad- ies this should convince you to use "Velvet Soap. ... QENTISTRY C. H. MANSFIELD.' K .M.D., R.D.S., Vic. ¡R.D.S., Tas; M.D.S.S., Vic, 1889). 3EVEN years head of Dental Staff, Wangaratta Hospital, Victoria. All work Guaranteed, and of the best quality and at two-thirds the prices charged elsewhere ...
Transformation. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 17 June 1911
I Transformation. A noble old ash in a forest grew, With nothing its progress to hinder; But a forest fire struck it one day .Vow that nsh ls only a cinder. "I detest that tailor of mine!" ex- claimed a spendthrift. "I'd kill him with pleasure." '?Von can easily do so," rejoined lils friend. "Pay him what you owe him; lie will certainly die from shock!" .'Men of my profession are verj good stury-tellers," remarked the har ber. "Ves," assented Hie smarting sut ferer in the chair; "and they usually illustrate their stories with cuts." The old man had given his son a very fair education, and had taken him into his shop. The young fellow was over-nice about a great many things, but the father made no com- ment. One day an order came In from a customer. "I wish to goodness," exclaimed tho son, "that Gibson would learn to spell." "What's the matter with lt?" In ciuired the father, cheerfully. "Why, he spells coffee with a 'k.' " "N'o-does he? Î never noticed it." "Of course you never did,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
THE KING OF STORE-KEEPERS :eqyests| ;:i flYour TJ Atte week to FIVE Lines Til Bedrock Prices Intends to make Your Living Cheap, 's best roller flour at 12s. 6d. bag 150 lbs. Patent roller Flour proC® 8gníg. tag°lal Single barrell Gun, 2os. Best smokeless Cartridges 8s 3d hundred y> black 9> 6s. 6d. REMEMBER SULLIVAN'S MOTTO ''Always sell cheaper than your neighbour." Bedrock prices Every Week. A First Class DRESSMAKER On The Premises J. P. SULLIVAN, Deloraine and Westbury
THE SOURCE OF SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
THE SOURCE OF SLEEP. Why do we sleep? Because wo are ticed? Th o re Is a mor o profound ex- planation. "We sleep chiefly because ol' the natural rhythm of sleepiness which has been acquired in thousands of years hy thc rotation of the earth, ns nicht follows day," says one au- thority; another has it that "there may be a faculty of sleep, and that primitive man, like the animals, had the power of coins to sleep when he willed to do so." Som«» people, not particularly primitive, still retain this enviable power. There is not mur h ! doubt that if one took pains to culti- vate it and led a life with sufficient I open-air exercise it could be readily ? acquired. The causes of sleep, nc 1 cording to science, are so numerous i that nae wonders nt the existence of such n complaint, ns insomnia. Hut I the most powerful cause of all per I haps is tho ability to feel In peace and comfort, the power of banishing our anxieties as soon as wc lay our I head on tho pillow. -Why is it." queried th...