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Quarantine [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
Quarantine The question of relaxing the regulations in reference to the im- portation of dairy cattle, is a live subject at present. At last Mon- days meeting of the Municipal Council, it was moved by Cr Flow- ers and seconded by Cr Hingston, "That the Council considers the new regulations proposed will not he a sufficient safeguard, against the introduction of pleuro, and that they should not be adopted. Thi' propos- al was supponed by Council ors Flowers, Hingston, Lee, McMahon, and Smith, and strongly'opposed by Cr Griffin. When the question was put to the vote, a substantial majority was recorded in its favor. Councillors Everett and Griffin vot- ing in the minority. On Wednesday the small daughter of Mr. J. Sheehan tell off a table on which she was seated. The child landed on her head and sustained a nasty concussion. Dr Cole was called in and gave instructions as to treatment. The patients condition gave much anxiety fur a time but on Thursday she improved rapidly, and is now ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
Popular Column. -:o: Blind, Deaf, & Dumb, Institution, Hobart. (i) Any blind person able to ..cac! nj-:>;II&lt;7. can be supplied Cree of chart*. ?' in.i'M/ines or books from our 1'iaille Library. (") Airangeineiits will bo made i i tt-.K liing, in their own homes, any binid person so desiring . TJiose who know of any one to whom the ftojve offers apply aro requested to communicate with JJ.BREEN, Hon. Secretary. TENDERS. FOR SALE OR TO LET. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to Monday July '24II1 for the purchase or rental of a 6 room biick house with ueces*aiy out buildings and one, or ten, acres ot land. Within 7 minutes walk of Deloraine Railway Station. W. L CARROLL Deloraine apecia.1 monee THU Manager ol the New Zealand insurance Company, wishes to notify that Hr Henry Winter, is their ONLY travelling agent for DELORAINE and DISTRICT.
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
THE WEATHER The week has been noted tor the stormy nature of the-prcvailtug wea- ther. At a very eany hour un Monday morning a heavy thunder storm was experienced with some unusually vivid lightning. During the following night, a severe hail- storm, with downpours ot rain occurred, the rain continuing to fall heavily on Tuesday. Strong west- erly winds prevailed at frequent intervals, so that the weather lor the greater part of the week was very unpleasant, especially to those whose dutics"requrred them to spend any part of their time in the open air. v
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
FOOTBALL NOTES. Special interest attaches to the next two rounds of matches under the auspices of the local Association. At the present time Westbury has a lead of one win (rom Red Hills with I Deloraine third. With thc except- ion of Kimberley, however all the clubs still have a chance of premier I ship. The next meeting of the two i leading clubs will be of special in ! terest._._
An Unfortunate Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
An Unfortunate ! Accident. The friends of Trooper Tierney of the Burnie police (and late of Deloraine) will regret to hear of his ! unfortunate experience, while on outy last weet, He had occasion to go to StSIarys Plains and when near Payne's bloc* on the return ¡ trip, his horse stumbled and fell heavily, breading its leg, The troo- per shot the horse, and walked the long distance to Oonah siding, and then caught the Emu Bay Company train to Burnie, Much sympathy is felt for the trooper, as the horse was a valuable one aasting between £35 and £40 and the police depart- ment do not present the animats to the men._
THE ELECTRICAL POSTMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
THE ELECTRICAL POSTMAN. Edison is said to look forward to til«? timo w*lien most of our house- work will ho done hy electricity. Au invention known ns the antonin Ur. housemaid van already he bought, which, by supplying motivo power to brushes and irons, savrs more than half the trouble nf brushing carpets and clean inp: prates and hoots, an.! ls n very welcome a&lt;Idi(lnn io a laun- dry. And now it luis been left to llndapest to devise an fleet rim! port- man. This Invention saves tho post- man the time and trouhle of mount- ing the stairs of a flat In deliver tin letters at each door. Kvery storey han Ita own let ter-hox, willoh auto- matically descends and ascends with Its load of letters. Thc postman slips the letters which he has co trie to de- liver In their respect i vc boxes, and. hey, presto! up tiny pru on an auto- matic lift, tho entire hu lld inp belnn warned by the rinpintr of an electric bell of tho arrival of the post. Once empty, the boxes eau bc filled with...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
Local & Gçnçral -:o: Tliere has been a great clearance of pigs from the town, as a result of the regulations prohibiting these animals being kept within 5U leet of any street, or loU feet of any dwell- ing. Many complaints are heard in reference to the fares and freights on the Branxholm line, which are Hinch higher than those charged on othrr 'ines. As an example of the rates, it may be stated that general groceries cost 3s gd. per ton more to convey from Scottsdale to Derby that before the railway was built. Owners of property on the town- ship do not appear t > be in for so go rd a time as they have experien- ced (or some years past. The rents asked for available properties are much lower than have been paid by previous tenants The Secretaries of the Coronation Celebration Committee, having de- clined to take the presentation voted the £5 reserved for this purpose has been handed over to Improvement and Tourists Association towards the planting of trees at Coronation A...
CHAPTER III. In the Wayside Cottage. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
CHAPTEH III. In the Wayside Cottage. Her feet were throbbing painfully, for she hud not had a chance to put on tho shoes she still carried, and tho comparatively long walk over stones and earth had worn away her stockings into holes,.and her feet into blisters. There was no light in the carriage, which was being driven at a rapid rate; but, peering through the dusty window, she could see by the moonlight tiley were now on the high road, as telegraph posts llltted by. She could se% nothing of the driver In front, and again that mysterious sense of fear stole over her. But Dick would know best was her reassuring thought, and she endeavored to be bravo and remember lt was to help him she was here. Yet what could she do? The whole affair seemed wrapped in mystery. Taking out her handkerchief, she put this around ono of her wounded feet, and lay back up- on the cushions, though these smelt musty and worm-eaten, and, closing her eyes, at lust fell into a kind of slumber, from which she wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston 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 return same immediaAelT and we refund your money as cheerfully ai we take it from you. Satisfaction Always Ç WE are not infallable, but no on« can^be "stung" here with undesir- able purchase, through your mistake or ours. Agreeable Service WE aim¡to;make it pleasant foi you to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTERS Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders of Drapery! to tht value of £1 and over to your nearesl railway station and port. ThisJ does not apply to bulkj articles such as Furniture, Carpel Linoleums, Sewing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the basis of our greal succc... VALUE IN STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. VALUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVERYTHING WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE TRICE I...
LITTLE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
LITTLE MEN. I.ii tie iitni ntv ft,.ut [kilters fer til'' ¡ilea that lie' lil iii- cns.' is mest tiften file shrine of crcat spirit. A professor of th.. Kimlish l'nS.í.. ni Sur«.-ons luis i- i iv. .1 th.- i,i,..-i. His examples. however, aro in.t very surpi isinc ; ¡o' l.ns.-s his throrv on III.' ¡letty -tature ,.r .lillias Caesar, Napoleon Ilona j-u te. isaac Newton. Lloyd (Soors.-, ami the .Lipanose na- tion. Tn these have lieeu ail il-il In an onsiiiiis &lt; -ni rcs |..m,l. aiee: Thomas M.xne, Aloxaml.-r Ho' (¡rea;. Welüuu ton, Mlihuel Anéelo, M oiitaitriir, Mo- i-art. Spins.a-, l'ope, nn.l it..,!f. ir this is lin- Pest Ilia! can In- (lune, il ls th. ve an : h.-is-ht an ;a> ivrain: lanius lea-! «. kin lo carrv: hnr apart ri-.nn tin- iloiHit .m the fa. t. woul.l the p'nv-ii al aetlvity nf Hie Ikht lindy lie liio-ly tn have echo in the mental il. pi li by which n'ouii all /
THE USE OR WASTE OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
THE USE OR WASTE OF GOLD. i Tho use or waste of gold lu tho mis luis recently been made tbe sub- ject of some curious observations. It is remarked that there is au immense Increase In its eonsuimitlon in watches, (lintier services, ornaments, and iii.- like; this itt practically every country, but. especially in France, Germany, England and tho I'nltod States, pot-hups must of all In Uer liiany, which beats tho world lu the present lAeuoratlon in tho rate of its pniwth in weultli, if not yet In the lota! it luis acquire.!, lt ls found ar CHlinlated that tho total innsinnp lion ul mild in Hie arts and crafts or the world during Hie lust ten years lias amounted to one hundred ami niuet; millions sterling-about niue teen millions a year. Thc total .-o!.l pro.lunion of the ten yours was vu.i.h 'J Ï-' V-' t ! pl : about - I per cent, ol' the total gold production was. th-iv i.n... UH .'il in the pursuit of adorn- ment. When the gold used in arts lind evatts ls added lo the gold In,ici up...
Deloraine Council. Monday July 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
Deloraine Council. Monday July 17th. The monthly meeting was held 01 Monday, Present-Councillors R H. Symmons (Warden) P. H. Gil be:!. R Grubb F. Briscoe, C. J. L P. H. E-vrsi;, R. Hall, J Griífii.. ti. r H-.r(r.y.i: F. BrUoe, G. L, fbwsîs G.'Ue, V/. Fi-zpat rick, and lt. Learoyd. HOARD Ot' HEALTH Correspondence- fi om Dr Hurd; i c sanitär matters was read. The report prepared hy Clr'e Inspector Wadswm th, in reference lo Iiis recent inspection i f th« tnwr was read The state ut affaiis nov. existing was dealt with at consider aule length and extensive rfconi inondations were nnde as to UK best means ol niakim; improve men's un present conditions. Correspondence I:om the Hoaid ut Health in reference to the Factories Act and Pure Food Act was read. lt was intimated tim' !!i&lt;- appoint: meut o- inspectors was desirable and that the provis.n. ni these acts be strictly enforced. lt was recoin mended more particularly that the simpling of t ii i t k and th«: marketing of offal ...
ASTONISHING FEATS OF SAVING. Workmen Who Are Worth Thousands [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
ASTONISHING FEATS OF SAVING. Workmen Who Are Worth Thousands What self-help mill thrift can du fur u man Sa strikingly iliMiiunstratL-d by Un,' casu ut .lohn .\1 unison, a York- shire, cuiueuter, wlio, although his wages had never exceed ed :;û/- a week, has been uble lu leave behind him the substantial sum uf £3UU0, every penny of it the fruits uf sav- ing. "Impossible!" the seeptie says; and nu wunder, fur niicii a ieaL seems tu ^ burder on thc miraculous. And yet it was really quito simple, as John .Morrison used to declare. When ho married, a little over forty years ago, he looked round to see what econo- mies he could effect. Ile found that lie had been spending at least 5/- a week un beer and tobacco; these he . ?auld very well dispense with. That meant a weekly saving uf .">/-, or Sil'A a year. And this was the nucleus of lils fortune. A few weeks later his wages were raised from :;0/- to weekly, lie could rai) along without the extra -V-, and was thus able to put by .il'2...
Fatalism. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
In n speech on "Fatalism." tile new IJcir-.A.iiulral IVjn-v told a story of an Olil follow (Alie hy name) who was firm in his helli Í that lhere was a certain time lived for him to il ii-, an.l that nothing eoiilil happen to make him die before that time or livo after it. Abo lived in a rentóte sett lamont where there was always a i>essili|llty of Honlile with the Indians, and al though he was such a convinced fatalist he always refused to veurm-e forth without, his rille, evidently de- termined to lie on the safe sMo. "Why do you bother to carty that oí-I pun?*' a to ¡abluir oro e asked. ..Voil suv you can't die helor.- your time and von can't live after it. li that's so. it seems to nie you're In no rn at dancer fruin tli.- Indians." "Ah. .ves. that's t i ii II f ..irons:)." re- torted the "1.1 niui; "lint supuse I was to meei an Indian, ¡ind hiss timo had come. It wouldn't .lo for me ti l.e without my tun thou, would rt'.' There would hp fewor failures In racine poultry If peo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
PIANOS, Brindsmeadjl Broadwood, Collard & Collard Lipp 3c Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Stein mayr, ORGANS» BY rviason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowance? M^old Pianos in exchange CASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES ? SOL.S AGENT FS SW DLAYS- Ti',e piano People, F a ä «i m> ¿«iA ¥ borgest Launceston W- ;. Harvey*,.: Fioui jVüKjeiy ßaW, Plaining and Jtöoulding- Müls Etc. ROLLER FLOUR. SHARPS, POLLARD. Ii HAN', OATMEAL «Di LEI» OATS AM) ALL MÍLLK1) LINES AT Lowest Priées, Quality Guaranteed. G IM.-; UNG DONE AT CURRENT HATES. Tl M HU'! CUT T i ORDER. SKASOVKD BOARDS, T. & G. FLOOR IX'', .t W. HOARDS SWVN LATHS, PALI NI}S AND .FENOING DR1 iijpERS ALWAY ON HAND. New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Mart' Deloraine. Builder Contracter and Undertaker. you are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Watts Deloraine A KCLL SUPPLY OF SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND Funerals conducted on ...
CHAPTER XIV. The Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
CHAPTER XIV. I It would have surprised Harry nick pnu could he-have known The effort In's love affairs wore having on a l-mnhl« Individual in the East End of London. Amos Hunco, so long as his ambitions had remained Indefinite dreams which might come true In 'hut future which was In the hands of 'oli' rather than in his own-had boen i good workman, taking keen intér- êt In what he did; under present nnilitlnns work had become a hard .hip. tlio mere filling up of nn inter ul. tfe hativl the sight of leather. .ii&lt;- smell of it. the feel of it. Since li*1 had first seen the woman .vim had been the cause of this chane" nearly two months had passed. Ho hail seen her ninny times since she "had asked him for proof of thc decep- tion which lind been practised upon her; and, although she always seemed pleased to see him, he made little pro- gress with her, she evidently did not Intend to trust him. Bunce know that tho gulf between them still existed, and he was too nervous to atte...
Fatherly Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
Fatherly Advice. Timo, 2.30 a.m. A darkened cham- ber; night lamp dimly burning. A fretful cry, followed by soothing words from the young mother. Anon tm .plaintive wall, accompanied hy n choking gulp. Again the mother's voice, In higher pitch and Imperative . tone; "Algy, dear, get me a weo pinch of sugar; the little darling ha» tho hie cough." The Father-of-a-Fortnlght (anxious- ly): "Gracious goodness, Gladys, don't think of giving her sweets. Why, you'll ruin her teeth before she's « month old!" A circus man recently ordered a large advertising poster of his show to bc printed, and objected heciittfe there was so much clear sky In it. "I ain't a-goln' to advartlse the sky." he said to the lithographer. "I pa bl you to advertise roy show. Draw a few camels and stick them tip In 'he 'eavenly hine. I ain't a-goln' to have all that good space run to waste." Love is a lottery and marriage ls the allotment
CHAPTER IV. A Cool Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
CHAPTER IV. A Cool Proposal. "I do not believe it," said Dick Col- wyn hotly. "She did not do it! She could not do it! It la a dastardly plot on the part of EOmeono." "But whero can sho bo?" asked Lady Souta plaintively. "Why did shu disappear in this mysterious man- lier? Besides, what did that confes- sion mean?" Dick Colwyn rose with a troubled sigh. "Dick," she said softly, '-'do you think she wrote that to shield you?" "I cannot tell," he said, "lt is a most mysterious thing altogether. But one thing I am sure ot-Phyllis did not kill him, neither did sho write that letter." "But tho writing!" began Lady South timidly. "It ls remarkably like hers, I will own," he said; "but it is not-" Ho stopped abruptly, for a man- servant entered tho room at that mo- ment with a letter. "For you, Slr Wellard," he said, holding out the salver; and as Dick toro it open ho turned to Lady South with a cry of astonishment. "Look!" he cried; and she took it from his hand. "If Sir Richard Colwyn wou...
CHATTER XIII. Rose Oliver is Happy. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
CHATTER XIII. Rose Oliver ls Happy. IL Is uuiicult ior mo mun wau nus to sit quietly and await tho result of an Inquiry to believe that those who are engaged in making that Inquiry are doing all. that might he done. This was Colonel Orainger's position, and as soon as he received the soli- citor's letter he went to town and to Gray's Inn. If Mr. Davis could give him no news there was some satisfac- tion in going to see him. and (he more fact of talking about his trouble made tlie Colonel feel that something was being aroomplished. He wns really no easier in bis mind when he re- turned to Selbridge, he had not done any good by going to Tendon, and In face and manner lie showed that sus- pense was beginning to tell upon him. Haniilater. on being shown inlo the Colonel's room the day after bia re- turn to the Park, was astonished at the change. The last time be had seen him was at Mr. Oliver's, and be had not taken any particular notice of him then; but lu the daylight, and without the...
THE THREE CARNATIONS A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XII. Mr. Davis of Gray's Inn. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
HE TPjEJiPTIÔliS A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE ' AND MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN .LYS, : Author ot "The Hepsworth, Millions," "Tho . Mystery ot Lndyplace,'! ', j"A." London Cobweb,":, etc.',' AU Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XII. . Mr. Davis of Gray> Inn. Certain taces scorn to be identified with certain professions and trades. Physiognomy will betray the parson though he don unclerical garments; .1 doctor can hardly hide his calling «ven on a holiday; yon may know a grocer or a linen-draper almost any- where, even it you And them gambl- ing at Monto Carlo; and a lawyer could not hide himself behind an act ot benevolence. Mr. Davis of Gray's Inn nad a typi- cal legal face. Had he been, anything else but a lawyer you would have said that he had missed his vocation. This ia not to Bay there was no benevo- lence in him; ho bad, in fact, been guilty of a good deal, although his critics declared that he alway» look- ed for a return in some form or other. He was certainly a typical lawyer, . highly r...