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CHAPTER IV. The First Carnation. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
ci IA mai iv. The First Carnation. ' A quarter of a milo out from Sel- bridge UK* roail forked sharply. Ti» thu loft it went hy Thc Priory, and tilca hy Ford's Farm lo a little ham- let called Itushuni ; this road was au old ono, iii hud condition, and not much used. The road to the right wa.1* comparatively a new one. and lcd past The Cul tage, sweeping round to the left presently to pass Selbridge Park, crossing the Irrst road cl«we t«> Ford's Farm. It was along this road that livelyn Ashworth had driven that afternoon. The Priory, therefore, might be de-, scribed ns the centre of a rough , cirilo, on the circumference of which lay Selbridge Park and Tlie Cottage, almost at opposite sides of that circle. | Tile path across the Heids taken by Colonel Grainger and Harry Hickson was a short cut to The Priory, and I also tn The Cottage, for it joined tlie road about a quarter of a mile beyond Mrs, liicksnn's house. If Dawson's story were true, and Iiis mistress bad got out of the c...
THE THREE CARNATIONS THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER III. Dawson's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
TENBEE SOIIIllJKj A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN LYS, Author of "Tho Heiiswortli Millions," . rho Mystery of Lnilynlace," "A Ixnulon Cobweb," etc." All nights Rcsorrcil. j CHAPTER III. I Dawson's Story. Mxcept for Ha alzo ¡inti tho pictur es'iucness of its surroundings then was nu particular Interest attachliuj lu oiibridgo Park. Thu housu ivas comparatively modern, and, although a gossiping villagor might iuform a st langer that lt contained Immense wealth, ho would not hare a single legend to recount either at' thc huusc itself or ¡ts family. Jiiis was the moro remarkable be cause the neighborhood was not want- ing in legend. A spot where tour cross-roads met had been "gibbet corner'' since time immemorial, und uns haunted still by some malefactor «hu was said tn have paid the penalty lol his sins there. The I'riury was rail in legendary lore, had its Priory walk where nobody went after niglit lail. Hs haunted room, ¡iud a story concerning It which cast a some...
PRIDE AND WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
PRIDE AND WEALTH. Wealth built a splendid mansion and Invited pililo to inspect it. Pride came gladly, but found fault with the house and everything In it from ced lar to garret. .?Why," said he, "Competence bas- as gooil carpets and furniture, and Well-to-do lias more costly draperies | and pictures and a much more eic- ; Kant main staircase. Furthermore. I see yon have consulted Convenience in regard to some of the arrange- ments, and this f ran construe only as a hitter insult to myself." To placate Pride, Wealth sold his house for a fraction of its value and built a far more costly one. This ti nu? Luxury, and not Convenience, was consulted, nnd the result pleased Pride so well that he took up perman- ent quarters in the mansion. He in- vited in his comrades. Van itv. Osten- tation, and Prodigality. Wealth was tho only one who cnnld not seo that the house he had paid for belonged, not tn himself, but tn Pride. Moral: Wealth builds and Pride oc- cupies.
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. Familiarity with the Great. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. Familiarity with the Great. "Who was tho gentleman ot idiotie appearance wlio had breakfast at oar groaning board?' asked the star boarder, as he wrestled with a pieeo of steak. "You should bo ashamed of your- self, Mr. Todhunter," replied tho land- lady, severely, "to speak ""In such in- sulting terms of a perfect gentleman like Mr. Purvis. He ls going to hu ono of our regular hoarders here- after, and fm sure he'f! be a credit to the establishment." "All tho same, ' grumbled tho star boarder, "I'd insist upon his paying in advance, and submit his money to crucial tests, to satisfy yourself that it isn't counterfeit. I have a melan- choly foreboding that your Mr. Pur- vis ls a gold brick, and it he's going to be a regular hero I must insist upon a new lock for my chamber door. Only this and nothing more, I don't mean to lusinuutc that your Mr, Purvis would enter my boudoir and steal my diamond oar-rings and necklace. Perish tho thought! Hut ¡io might acci...
LETTERS OF A MOTHER-IN-LAW. Addressed to Her Daughter and Son-in-law. Saving Money. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 June 1911
LETTERS OF A MOTHER-IN-LAW. Addressed to Her Daughter and Son-in-law. J Saving Money. My Dear Ellen,-I think it very wise ol' you to try to save money. I say ''try," because 1 know what hus- bands ure. When your poor father was alive I suffered such agonies through my desire for thrift that 1 positively used to envy the gentlemen who formed the illustrations in n cherished book of Foxes Martyrs wu stood the globe of goldfish on in tile dining-room. Tiley had quite a happy time compared- to what I went through. I remembec.ohee, when wc arrived by a latu'^tnUftiät .the station, nnd the last tranis viraifrgone, and there were no cabs, -anduve had to walk home in tile wet, and I calculated . that we bail saved at least three shilllngb, your father, In the Intervals of sneez- ing that would have shaken the roof of nu ironclad building, was quite an- noyed when 1 asked him for tlie saved money to put towards buying a new tent for the garden in tho following .slimmer. Husbands are all alik...
CHAPTER VIII. The Second Carnation. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
CHAPTER VIII. The Second Carnation. Bannister's nation with regard to ! Tom Dawson cuused considerable comment, Tiloso who suspected him before nodded their hoads ns though their suspicions lind been tully con- firmed; many who had believed in him began to doubt; and even those who persisted that he could not know anything about Miss Ashworth's dis- appearance called him a fool. Colonel Grainger called him quixotic, and was evidently greatly annoyed. To take up Dawson in this ostentatious fash- ion was tantamount to declaring that tho boy had been unfairly dealt with, but tho Colonel found some excuse for Bannister in the fact that Hickson had treated him badly. "One ls quixotic and the other ls a fool," was Colonel Grainger's re- mark when hi3 opinion was asked for. Constablo Purkis was more puzzled than ever. Aristocratic criminals, ns ho Informed his wife, were dlllieult to understand. Without attracting much notice, they could do things which, lt - done hy an. ordinary criminal,...
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VII. Purkis is Doubtful. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. Dy CHRISTIAN LYS, Authur of "The Ilepaworth Millions," "The Mystery of Lndynlace," "A London Cobweb," etc." AU nights Reserved. j CHAPTER VII. ] Purkls is Doubtful. Lawrence Bannister did not return for throe «luya. 'He arrived hy train from town, and Harry Hickson, who was waiting Tor tho un train and caught sight ot lilm, wondered how lie had been occupied since he had ¡eft Thc l'rlory on horseback in tho early morning. His movements were suspicious; the ilowor and the glove found in his roora wero strong evidence against him, and yet, ns Hickson journeyed lo London that afternoon, his thoughts turned quickly from Bannister to the luau Dawson, who had called upon him on the day of tho garden party. His aunt's close questioning troubl- ed him, for it was evident that Daw- son's appearance at Tho Cottage had made her suspicious, though her nep- hew could not determ'lno exactly what direction those suspicions took. She hud c...
Proverbs Barred. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Proverbs Barred. Thu milkman struggled to lils [roi from amid the ruins uf lils broken cart, 1 libbed tho mud from his eyes, scmiicd tile dirt from his coat, dabbed lils fart' with, his handkerchief, glanced at Iiis horse, which was just disappearing ruund the corner, and turned to face thu crowd of interested spectators that had just collected. "All I've got to say," he besan, roll- ing up his coat-sleeves, and screw ¡na his face into a hideous scowl, "is that tho first rulllclaa who says something about lt being no good crying over spilt milk, ls going to get his heal punched!" A lady carrying a little dog In lier arms was riding in a 'bus that wy- along Park Lane. All the way up shu worried the conductor to know whether they lind come to N'o. -? mentioning a house nearly at the tot1 When tiley reached this Hinüber tho conductor stopped the 'bus, thinking that the lady wished to alight there. Instead of (loin;; this, however, nh" wont to the dour of the 'hus ami, hold lng up the d...
The Cat Again. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
The Cat Again. Tim lodger came down to breakfast In a hungry frame of mimi. ".Mrs. Rodgers," ho cried, "where is my breakfast?" "I'm sorry, slr," sntd Mrs. Rodgers. "1 cooked a nice piece ot* fish for jon, but tho cat-" "Confound tho cal! Bring mo some cold chicken then." "I'm sorry, slr, but the cat-" "What! Then bring jue some eggs." "There ure no eggs, slr; tile rat-" "Hang it, then! Cook the cal, and we'll have Hiern all at once!"
Factories Act. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Factories Act. _ i We have received the following definition ot the Factories Act, which will be of great int erest to all employers of labour. "FACTORY'' maana (1) Any building, structure, premises, or place, including any laundry, in or in connection with which (a) Four or mote persons, including the occupier (other than a person Df thc Chinese or other Asiatic races); or (b) any one or more persons of the Chinese, or Asiatic race are or is employed, directly or indirectly, in working in any handicra't or in preparing, working at, dea'ing with, or manufacturing articles, for or in connection with any trade or for sale; (2) Every bakehouse and every claypit, or quarry, worked or used in connection with and occupied by the oc- cupier of any pottery or brickyard; or (3) Any building, structure, premises, or place where steam, water, gas, oil or electric power is used ii. preparing, working at, dealing with, or manufact- uring articles for trade or sale, or packing them for transit. B...
Spoilt the Effect. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Spoilt the Effect. "LucJIes and gentlemen," said tho entertainer, "having blindfolded my oartucr 1 will now proceed to test her tuougut-readlng powers. "1 have in my hand an apple. Will you kindly tell tho audience what it is that I um holding in my hand?" "Au apple." "Correct. I have hero a watch. Kindly tell tho audience what I hare." "A watch." "Quite right. You see, ladles mi gentlemen, lt ia Impossible to catch Uer." Tho entertainer produced a jileco of wood and a saw, and comiuenieJ to saw vigorously. "Kindly tell the audience what 1 arc doing." .No reply. "This is rather a difficult Coat, ladies and gentlemen. 1 will try nguiu." "Can you tell ino what I am doini?" said tho entertainer, continuing his sawing. "Yes. You are singing!" Loud applause.
SANITARY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
SANITARY Dr. Pnrdy visited D-loraine daring the week in order to consult with the Council re sanitary matters. He «as ander the impression that last Tuesday was the day of the monthly meeting-, bat finding; this w«9 not BO, h'ld arl in- formal conference with those) Councillors who happened to be on the township. As an outcome it-rill be mored, at the meeting of the Council on Monday next, that a sanitary service be estab- lished on Deloraine. The doable pan system will probably be adopted. From the tenoar of Dr. Pnrdy'» remarke, it is just possible that it doeB not matter Ter? mach whether the Conncil decides in favour of the proposal or not. Under the Health Act, the powen ol the Chief Health Officer are pretty extensive and he does not inteud to let the matter elide. If necessary it is in his power to e-taMi h th? se'T:c« aid arrange f r it to be conlncted at the Connells expense The question of adopting the model by. laws is also likely to be brought forwar nt the meeting on Mon...
Hurry Up! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Hurry Upi Slr Joseph Lyons, who says he is preparing a musical comedy, ls cer. tainly one of the most versatile men In England. The other clay lie was giving some hints on brevity in story- telling. Tile long-winded story-teller, ha says, is to his audience what tho mo- torist was to the old villager In the following story. Sir Joseph was motoring through a tiny village In Somersetshire, ¡md, coming across an aged inhabitant, he asked him: "What is the speed limit ia this village?" "There be'ant none!" he said. "What do you mean?" Sir Joseph asked, puzzled. .With a dry chuckle the ancient ouo explained: "You motor chaps can't go through our village fast enough to please us. The quicker you get through and away the better, says 1!"
Farewell Social. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Farewell Social. A large number of friends gather- ed together in the Oddfellows Hall on Monday evening to b:d adieu to Mr and Mrs Ritchie and Miss Rit- chie. The early part of the evening was spent playing off a euchre tour- nament, and the latter portion was given ov«r to dancing. Supper was laid out in a marquee at the rear of the hall. Mr and Mrs Ritchie were presented with a handsome silver cream and sugar basin and stand, while.Miss nitchie was the recipient of a dainty silver breakfast cruet.
Local & General News. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Local & Gçriçral DEPARTURES. Mr A. Parsons, stationmaster at Lemana Junction, is tobe transferred to tile new position at Legerwood, on the opening of the Scottsdale lo Branxholm line. The report we mentioned last week as to Mr J. Ritchie and family, leaving the district, is onfirmed. Mrs and Miss Ritchie, were tender- ed a farewell social,on Monday even- ing. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. One day during this week a mob of horses were driven into Del- oraine, from the Westbury dist ict, -vith the attendmit s^me distance in the rear. The animals ealloped past the "Advertiser'' office, towards the bridge. Our reason for ment- ioning this matter is that we may emphasize the fact that the practice is a dangeious one and should be checked. With so many little chil- dren about as th ere are on Deloraine it is not desirable that unnecessary risks of this kind should be allowed. CHURCH NEWS. The qmrterly meeting ol the Delor- aine M-'thodnt Church ir »9 held on Tuesday. Tho nsaal general bn...
START LIFE RIGHT. The Way to Success. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
START LIFE RIGHT. i The Way to Success. A bank clerk borrowed ii couple u thousand pounds irum his employer witlt willett to play tho stock mnrkol He was so sincere about his iuteul Hon to pay it back that bo noglociei tu ask tneir permission when lao tuol the uiouey. ia a week or two he UU covered that hu was not as good stock prophet aa be baa supposed uni that so much, oí the borrowed moue; waa gone that he could never liope ti pay it all back. So ho put what wa: lett into a suit case aud went t&lt; anothtr country, lint although temporarily sato iron pursuit, ho was not out ol roach ot i torturing conscience. Ile rejllcctei that Hie money did not belong to him and that bu ought to havu consulte» its owners before he borrowed it lie thought it would be a good ide: lo pay back as much as be could am to try to make up tho rest Later on So hu wrote to tho bank that In wanted to come back, give up all tin money in his, possession and make : i'resh start. Ile was deeply grieve...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
GOLF. A foursome was played on the local links on Wednesday afternoon tor a trophy consisting of a box of cigars, presented by A. Collins Esq. it was won b Messrs S. Woodberry and T. Jardine. The "boys'' are fmoking the donors and winners good health. The scores were as follows. H'cap. Gross Nett I S. Woodberry [ T. Jardine 8 95 87 E. Murray W. Murray J 9O Boj J. Hugnes A. McGregor 17 IO7 90 Dr Cole A. Fitzpatrick 3 95 9.2 F. Parsons E. .Morgan 16 109 1O3 E. Hart J. Woodberry 22 116 94 J. McDonough A. Price 24 127 1O3 Miss Edwards W.Webb I5Ï 132 1O6-J,
Smoking in Winter. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
Smoking In Winter. A physician of note asserts that smoking has a worse effect on most people In winter than In summer, and he advises all smokers who fin«l their health and mental faculties Impaired In winter for no apparent reason to aceept tobneco ns the explanation, and to cut down their smoking dur- ing the colder months. Tobacco, lie saya, is a very powerful dru?;, and cannot he consumed in larj-e quanti- ties without affecting the heart. It must be remembered that tl.iring the winter the heart has a great deal more "work to do than In summer, for the cold causes the blood vessels to become small and pinched. It is thus less able to bear tho extra strain put on it by smoking. A ship built oF iron weighs about foiif-flfth les» than a wooden vessel nf Hie sanie dimensions. TTapninot-p. ;\t leapt. not solitary: lt joys to ronnniMiirntr; it loves oth- ers, for it depends cu them for its existence. Women succeed best with poultry because they are more careful than men.
RED HILLS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 July 1911
RED HILLS On the kind invitation of Mrs. O'Meara, a large number of friends assembled at her residence last Tuesday evening to say good-bye to Mr A J. Parsons who is leaving the district. The Rev. R, H. Brown presented the ''guest of the evening" with a travelling rug and wished him every success. With music and games the even- ing passed off very pleasantly. Mr Parsons will be greatly missed , from the district.