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Gainst Kith and Kin. A STORY OF QUICK-MOVING INCIDENTS. CHAPTISH 1. The Duel is Arranged. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
'Gainst Kitti and Kin. i A STORY Or uuiCK-MOVING INCIDENTS. CHAPTISH J. The Duel ls Arranged. "Dy heavens! ' [mil tile young man's voice Bhook with suppressed lury; "ii. 1 thought you meant lt-"' His nostrils were twitching, his breath was corning quickly, and ne wore the uppc-arauce ot ono laboring under great excitement; yul his com- panion, a swarthy-sklnnc-a young mun, only smiled lightly as lie lazily nicked the ush lroiu ms cigar, indeed, hu lookeü secretly amused. ".My dear Colwyn," lie drawled, "you tnko things lur too seriously, upou my word you do." "lt Is a serious matter," hotly In- terrupted the other. "A. wuuiun s re- putation ls a precious thing, and ls not to be lightly bandied tr oin mouin to mouth by such seoutiureis as yon.' Then his companion's face lighted up and his hand trembled. "Take care. Colwyn," ho said, with slow, even suavity ot tone, but wita u malevolent gleam lu Ilia eyes; "taiio cure now, and don't try me too fur. Alter all, what ia the girl to you ...
CHAPTER II.. At the Cave's Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 July 1911
CHAPTER II. At the Cave's Mouth. Phyllis Voisey sat Initialed up In her room, her "whole attitude one of terror, her face white and tenr-staln e&lt;l, willi st thc hand in which she held an open lutter trembled liku a loaf. Since she hud seen Hie lt lr.l away a few hours before she had shut her- self up here, refusing to MC anyone, and Lady South, who had KUOSS»'*! her young friend's secret, had prudently left her alone. lïut the letter which had heen de- 1 livered at Twinely Court half-anhour at;o hy ex proas messenger had been 1 taken to I'hyllis at oner, for the bearer had said he must wait for an "Tell him T Ray 'yes,' " said Hiylils at last in a trembling voice ns she read and re read the brief note, and the maid who had taken the message wondered to see how agitated she was. " Tia my belier as how she's in love with that Sir Richard," waa her comment afterwards in the servants' (¿juli. "At any rate, she's frcttiui over something or other," It was plain enough to seo th...
Where They Met. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Where They Met. Of the two men standing at a street corner, one was o[ that type always aching to display their smartness. .'Watch nie take a rise out of him!' he muttered to his companion, as a ragged old tramp hove in sight, and started to recite thc usual tale of pa- thos. "Why that's not the same story you told me last time you accosted me," said the brainy one, when the vagrant had run down. The latter looked nt him In sorrow- ful silence for a moment. Then ho asked: "Mebbe not-mebüe not! But I don't remember speaking to you. When was it?" "Last week." "That explains it. I'd forgotten meeting you," was the tramp's quiet retort. "I was in prison all last week."
Appropriate. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Appropriate. Scene: A Sunday-school boys' class; young lady lu command. "Now, my boys," said she, "1 want each of you to subscribe something to- wards the mission to the Cariboos. I shall hand the box round, and as each of you contribute you will, I hope, say some appropriate text. Now, Charlie, you should show a good ex- ample." Whereupon a ruddy-faced urchin stepped forward, dropped in his coin, and observed: "lt is better to give than to receive." Then another contributed a copper, saying, "Waste not, want not." This was ruled somewhat out of or- der, but lt was fairly capped by a third youngster, who evidently parted with his penny with extreme reluctance, as he dropped it Into the box, he mur- mured: "A fool and his money are soon parted I"
Her Choice. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Her Choice. A lady heard that her two sons were ia the hnlut, eaeh at separate times and quite unknown to each other, of taking one of thc maids ''out for a lark." Kearing ta bring down on their heads the wrath of their father hy making a bother about lt, she asked them quietly if it were true, but could get no satisfactory answer, lt occurred tu her that by a little strategy she might get the truth from the girl, so she said in a jocular man- ner: "Now, Mary, I want you to answer me candidly, which of my two son3 ?do you like going out with best George or William?" "Weel, ma'am,'' replied the girl, re- assured by the lady's manner, "if ye mann ken, o' tho twa I like Malster George best; but for a rale dounrlcht guld spree, gie me the malster!"
Born That Way. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Born That Way. Mr. Smith was conversing with Mr. Joues. "Du you know," Inquired Smith, "win* it is you are like a donkey?" "No," said Jones, in surprise. "Wliy, because your better halt Is stubbornness Itself," said the brilliant Smith. Jones thought over the matter all the way home, and on arriving, he looked at Mrs. Jones with the expres- sion of a man who is about to do him- self proud, and said: "Do you know why I am like rt donkey?" There was a long silence from Mrs. Jones, and then she smiled pityingly, and said: "Well, I suppose lt Is because you were born that way."
A VALUABLE STALLION [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
A VALUABLE STALLION Mr, Arthur Hart of Exton, pur- chased at the -Melbourne sales, the siro stallion Doro Marmion, which bas just been landed from England. This horse comes form Mr K. NV, Griffin's famous English shire stud and was toned in lyuor. His sire is Upwards Marmion,. and bis dam Upwards Kosebud, both of them noted prize winners. His grand sire was Marmion H., a celebrated rire being [rom Lockington Beauty, dam of the other great sires, Momus Mars Victor, and Prince William, who won first and champion at the London S. H. Show and was sold for £2000, as a two year old. Boro Marmion is a good boned colt, very clean, with good pasterns, and nice silky hair, It is understood that ¿Ir Hart's purchase price ran close on to four fi¿ures.
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Out of Danger. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Out of Danger. On one occuslon the precious heir of Horsforth hud un uccident while out hunting. It was supposed that his skull was fractured, and his mother, In an agony of fear, was about to summon the apothecary. "Walt!" insisted John of Hors- forth; and he set his nephew a diffi- cult problem In Euclid to solve. Upon the boy doing lt correctly thc lawyer bade the groom saddle his horse. "Send for the apothecary, madam aye, and let him do his worst!" he announced complacently to the anx- ious mother. "We know now that the lad's brain Isn't Injured!"
PARKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
i PARKHAM. I I - Last wetk was a very wet one perhaps the wetest during this wioter. Every oreiIc and rivulet in the district has been lloodid. As a result of this soaking «ihit-h th« ground received farming oper- ations wera, suspended for,,a few days. During tho present week the weather has been beautifully fine the days being bright - and Bunny. At nights we have experienced the heaviest Froat of the, eeason. A few acres of early: sowo-Algerian oats ere looking well «Ithoogh very l'ttle growth is not- iceable . Toii district can never claim to be an early one owing to eomo patts low-ljing and therefore fro3ty. A good Dumber of fat cattle are located on the Arendt estate. It ie understood that Messrs Radford Bros . hare a fair .«amber-on'lïancl also. Considering the time of year the anpply of feed through oat the district is satisfactory Stock on the whole are in good condition. The most trying time for young and old cattle is during the next couple of month!. There should not be ...
DAIRYING. DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
D A I R Y I N G. DAIRY NOTES. With a good dairy bull at the head of the dalry herd, rapid Improvement can be made by selecting and rearing the calves from the best milkers, at the same time culling out those cows whose butter records ha vu not proved satisfactory. In this respect no one can say with certainty, "This is the best and that is the worst cow in my herd," unless he has a record of this quantity and quality of the milk dur- ing a whole milking: season. Complaints are frequently heard that dairying does not pay. The rea- son for this condition of affairs is as patent, and may be summed up in a single sentence. Too ninny so-called dairymen are guided by prejudice more than by reason. Just as soon as men select cowa as they select other animals uncí machines, and then feed and handle them with half the dis- cretion tiley feed and handle horses, then, and not till then, wJIJ dairying become profitable. A purebred dairy bull, with an an- cestry possessing; good mi I king re- co...
LAUNCESTON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
LAUNCESTON SHOW. Aa executive meeting of the T.A. sad P. Society was held on..Tuesday Mr. J. Gunning occupying, the chair. The Chairman referred in feeling terms to the ead death of Mrs 0. B. Grnbb and it was resol red that a letter of sympathy be sent to Mr. C. B, Grubb and family. Correspondence was read from the Dir- ector of Agriculture (Mr H. Benpon) notifying the committee that Mr Terry the Gtoremment poultry and Pig expert was preparing an exhibit of these indus- tries and it was decided to allot tho whole ot the epace in tbe.-haoqueting room to thia exhibit. Sewi applicat. ions were granted to erect permanent building in which to show working ex- hibits. The conditions for the chopping matches were adopted and it was decid- ed to appeal to several supporters to Ba- tist in the prize money which amounts to £15. The stewards reported that 2o cases of apples had been placed in a cool atore entries haring been received from both ends of the State. Tin schedule, is now printed an...
CHAPTER XVII. The Packing of the Trunk. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
CHAPTER XVII. The Packing of the Trunk. Evelyn's statement that Amos Uunce had gone to Selbridge had an Immediate effect upon Rolllt. With bluster and oauis ho had demanded to know what had become of him. but the answer caused him to stand still suddenly, and his mouth fell open for a moment. All his inter- ests in life seemed to be drawn to- gether In thc one fact that Bunco was at Selbridge; it was tho one su- premo fact In the world; nothing elie war of very much consequence. "You are disagreeably surprised, Mr. HolliW Evelyn said quietly. She was perfectly calm, her eyes fixed upon the man. Ho might show vio- lence, she did not Know, but lt would bi:, safest to exhibit no sign of fear. Rull i t's behavior was unexpected. Without a word he rushed from the room, slammed the door and locked it; then another door slammed heavi- ly, and, when the reverberations han died away, there was silence. Kollit rushed down the steps to .'he ground floor and into the private room. The manager w...
Farmers Agency [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Farmers Agency Produce Grower's Agency-A meet- ing wis held in the Barnie Town Hall for tho purpose af launching theprodnco Growers'Agency, Mr J, T. Whitaitt U.U.A, presided and explained that farmers were making a more to help thcnuelve?, and were looking after their own interests, Mr J. A. Cameron mored-"That HUB meeting emphati- cally confirma the scheme outlined in the prospectus and hereby agrees to do all in their power to make the company a success" This was seconded hy Mr T. Dnnian and carried, Mr J, Morey mored "That this meeting authorises the directors to reg- ister the oompany without delay, BO as to be ia readiness to commence operat- ions without delay next Season,, second- ed by Mr C. Davey and carried. Ia reply to a qnestion the acting secretary stated that it wat intended if possible, the companys operations to Devonport sad Sheffield and when it was properly launched organising work would be un- dertaken in those towns. Over 3OO j shares vrero applied for in the ro...
CHAPTER XVI. The Truth, and a Few Lies. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
CIlAI'TlOn XVI. I The Truth, and a Few Lies. lt ls ii very tum line sometimes which lies between love and bato, and cortainly, as Ilnrry Hickson walk oil back to The Cottage, ho came near to hating Rose Oliver. Sho had wounded his self-esteem, had made him feel despicable, and a maa finds It dlfllcult to forgive n woman who does this. She had probably guessed the object of his visit, and he was convinced she had found koon satis : faction In refusing him. At present ho could not think of all Hose Oliver's refusal meant to him. Ile and his aunt wero dining out that night, and he was Rind. It was a. respite. He would think out tho whole position later on. when he was alone in his room thnt night: and In tho meanwhile he must not let his mint think that anything was amiss. Ho knew perfectly well that she expected him to propose to Rose, that nhe looked upon her acceptance as a foregone conclusion, and he did not want her to guess that he had failed until he bad made np his min-r what t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
NOTICE. EDWIN I. W. BEST Land Estate & Gen- eral Commission Agent LABOUR BUÜEAU, & REGIS- TRY" OFFICE. Agency of the Royal Insur- ance Coy. (Fue, Accident, Employ- ed Liability and etc. Commission work of al kinds uudeittken; propeities bon gilt and sold; rents collected; income tax, and other forms prepared. Business arc units, balance sheets j d all kinds of schedules drawn Charges moderate.
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All nights Reserved. CHAPTER XV. A Friendly Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORV OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN LYS, Author ot "Tho Hepsworth Millions," "Thc Mystery of Ladyplace," "A London Cobwob," etc." All nights Reserved. CHAPTER XV. A Friendly Enemy. Evelyn Ashworth folded tho lotter deliberately, exactly as Bunco had handed lt to her, and gave it hack to him. "It looks genuine," she said, and I he man could not know how great an effort it was for her to speak calm- ly, lie had expected tears of disap- pointment, and was prepared to com- fort her; he had no words ready to meet her in this attitude. "But you don't believe it is genu- ine?" he said. "Will you tell me how that letter came into your possession, and to whom it was addressed ?" "The name's torn off. so I don't know who received it. Chanco put lt into my hands." "A very strange chanco," she Bald. "And moro lucky than strange," Bunco returned. "I'vo been trying to get you to believe me, to make you trust me. and you've done nothing but ask for proof. Well,...
V.D.L. Co. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
V D.Li. Co. SALE. -:6: The cablegram published fiom London to the effect that Mr. W.L Bailliéu. representing a Victorian syndicate, has purchased the whole of the land, assets, and other busi- nesses of the VD.L. Company as .from January 1 Jast (subject to con tiimation by shareholders) has arous. ed Considerable interest in the Circ- ular Head district. The1 Company ; owns a big property oiv'the North West Cyast -, some of the most valu- able land bovng in and around Stan fey." Thc estate altogether-is com puted at about 33o,OOl),;acres.' The disposal of the .estate was not unexpected, for it has'been ' porsist emly rumoured for mbntbs past that the syndicate had beeta'in'tiegotiation with' the company. During the visit of-the'*London secretary, à few 1 months ago,;i few prominent Me'-* Bourne gentlemen inspected the pe- ninsula. No particulars o the transaction have yet been divulged, It is stated however that Mr Bail lieu will promote ia b g emigration scheme subdivid ng the prop...
Accident [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
Accident On Tuesday morning last, Gordon Lawson was the victim of a painful accident, by which he lost several fingers. lie was attending .to the ilour plant at Mr Harvey'» mill and by some means his hand was caught in the rollers with the result stated. Medical aid was promptly obtained and he was made ai comfortable as possible for the time being and des- patched by train tá^Jhe launceston Hospital, where his injur es will receive the treatment required.
EMPIRE OR SECESSION? [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
?KM.PIKE uk SECESSION? Mue repon of il' Fisher'« Bpeeoh was rece.ved ff.tb m tig ltd feelings ia tim D lira i.F district. If taken HB printed r. is en .ir ly oppoisM io tin trmd oí public opinion nerf, Tuere is however grave donut itt to mue brr il should ba to taken al.hough the recSlefll ea^gestion of « fake i repjrt off r.-d bj Mr Fisher's apoligists is scorned... Whatever Mr S end's ifrnioi may think a» to Lia be,n¿ Print]' CT ri-iouary DO atcu.-ation of t.iin lc nd ii tak-n seriottely. It ia marti fea eibl 'thit sjine niUcoacp ion of what Mr Fisher sa:d or meant his occurred. lt will be a wiser course to await lulle; .ipi jnation. At the «ame timo lt id significant of tho tendency of the age thu a 1 ader uf any considerable tejtion of poltx'al i fe can be foti 'J 1 whoso re- marks on Imperial matters uro of such a ? attire aa to render suth a construction poss ble. Tba signs of the times point to a period of great impórtame to the Empire and it is desirable both for Grail Brita...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 July 1911
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