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Electric Light Longford [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Electric Light ILongford The electric lighting system at I Longfore failed cn Tuesday and Wednesday nights, tho town hoing plunged into darkness, The failure was decidedly nnconJortable for those who, when the light was installed, dispensed with other illuminants.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Visit of the Scottish Delegation. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Visit of the Scottish Delegation. Some of tlie members of llic Scottish delegation were very interested in the Government experiment at Cheshunt towards securing closer settlement. After an inspection Mr E. E. Morrison M.A., remarked that this system would give an opening to Scottish farmers, which the purchase of high-priced agric- ultural land would never give. The Cheshunt experiment impressed him most favorably. Mr W, N. Hurst of the lands department, related that the Crown leased blocks to desirable tenants and there were now I47 homes founded in this way, where previously the land was in the hands of a few. Even tho Isandula blocks had been allotted, and thc failure alleged respecting this prop- erty had not been verified by time.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE OUTING OF THE S.A.S.C. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

THE OUTING OF THE S.A.S.C. The little village of Slocuni-super Ocean was enfete. That ls lo say, a certain proportion of Its inhabitama were. These were distinguished hy a festive rosette of purple silk, aitixed in the lapels ot their coats, and beal- ing the mystic symbol, S.A.B.C.-let- ters woven In gold thread, which shone out bravely in the morning sun- shine. It was not an old Institution this SIocum-Antl-Swearword-CIub, and bad been in existence only u lew months; even .Mr. Podd, the honorary treasur- er, found to his horror that tho "swear-tine box" contained the amount of three pounds nineteen shillings and eightpence, contributed from time to time as the members fell from grace. Mr. Podd bad suggested that this sum should be sent to the Cot- tage Hospital, but in this he was not upheld hy the members. Farmer Joues, lu particular, whose lapses had contributed at least halt of the total sum, was stroug in his protests; in fact, by tho time he had expressed himself adequately,...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NICE DAY FOR A SAIL! It'll Have to be a Nicer Day the Next Time Tootleboom Tries it. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

NICE DAY FOR A SAIL! I It'll Have to be a Nicer Day the Next Time Tootleboom Tries lt. It waa due moro to the boatman's persuasion than to Tootleboom's own inclination that he decided on that yachting trip. The man said it was a line day tor a sail, and at the mo- ment the sun happened to be shining brightly. Tootleboom looked round with pride on his family and considered the mat- ter. Since he's appeared at Pudsea In white duck trousers, and that new style of yachting cap favored by King George the Fifth, the other visitors have been impressed. And Amelia might be anything from a duchess up- wards when she's dressed In white pique. If you Just add the children In new holiday clothes, and Susetto look- ing as chic as a countess's companion, lt's easy to imagine them creating a stir. "Amelia, my dear," said Archibald, "I think we might venture. A smooth sea like this will Just suit you and the children. You do not anticipate any rough weather, my man, I presume?" "Lord, no, sir!" sai...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Commercial. General Produce-Prime Algciinn hay chalí. £2 \$< ex sue. Hay at stuck, nominally 80¡s to 82s 6d to». White oats ex rails Launceston, 2s per lushel Algerian, ls 8d ls t)d ex store. Potatoes, ¿ti 10s to ¿7 per ton ex sioie Oiiiors £y >o£S per ton ex store. Linseed, 2Ad per lb. Rye, 4s per bushel. Cape Bailey, 3' lo 3s 6d per bushel. Bees- wax, ls to ls ld pei lb. Honey, 3d per lb. Hides, Skins, Eic.- sheepskins Dry crossl'icil pel s bare, gd lo ls Sd short woolled, ls (!d to 2s; Memo skins in the wool, 7s 2d, 7s sd, iud 5s to 4s 3d, ; cross wooled skins, 7s 6d ,7s , 6/8,6,7 5111 to 5/7 ¡small skins 4s 2d to 3s 4d; hogget skins, 7s 8d 5s 6d to 4s Butchers lots-Lamb- skins, 3s 3d, 3s, 2s Sd, 2s 3d ; shorn lambs, is.; crossbred pelti is gd to is 3d; crossbreds in Hie wool, 7s to 5s 6d. Hides-sal'ed, 5^cl to sid; green 5|d to sd; calfskin 5s 6d, 3s, to is od each Vegetables -Cab' a.'es 2s to '-s p r doz. wholesale, 2d to 3 letail. < »nions 7s 6d wholes...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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CHEMISTRY OF FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

CHEMISTRY OF FEEDING. The chemical composition ot milk haB a direct bearing upon the nutri- tive requirements ol the feed. The average composition of all grades of milk bas been carefully worked out, hut lt 1B sufficient to give the com- position of only milk testing 3, 4, ,5 and 0 per cent, butter, as is given, lu tho following table: Per cent. Fat. Protein. Carbohydrates. 3 2.8 4.5 4 3.2 4.9 0 3.6 5.0 G 4.0 4.9 As milk increases iu per cent, of butter-fat it also increases in protein. Further, lt Increases In carbohydrates up to 5 per cent, fat, and then there ls a slight decrease in milk testing better than G per cent, butter-fat; that a cow yielding milk testing 4 per cent, butter-fat needs more protein in her feed than does one giving an equal amount of milk testing 3 per cent, but- ter-fat, and the same ls true as be- tween cows which give milk testing 4 and 5 per cent, fat respectively. There should be more digestible pro- tein In a daily ration than the amount of protein tha...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A MAN OF SPIRIT. HOW HIS VALOR WAS PROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

A MAN OF SPIRIT, j HOW HIS VALOR WAS PROVED. By E. Newton-Bungey. "I do Hice a man wot'B a man," re- marked Mrs. Jower, with a meaning glance at her husband. "1 never met ono wot weren't," re- plied Mr. Jower, with a feeble smile, i "Though they do say," he added, thoughtfully, "as 'ow man is descend- ed from monkeys." "Aa' a very good sayin', too. Gim j nie a man with spirit; non o' your i milky sorter softies," Mrs. Jower stared scornfully at Mr. Jower. That gentleman scratched bis head thoughtfully, and thea Bpat ou bis blinds. j "That's for luck," he muttered. "Just s ¡¡ce a black cat go by the winder." j "D'you call yourself a man?" do- it mundell Mrs. Jower. ? "1 wero christened Willyam 'En j cry," responded Mr. Jower, meekly, j ' YUH oughtcr 'ave bin in skirts. X you'll run from a goose, you would. ! Ain't got no moro pluck In you than \ a starved 'errln, you ain't." "Talliln' about 'errlus," began Mr. j Jower, with a fervent desire to change j too conversation. But his wife ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Events to come. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Events to come. j NOV. 27-Exton S." Anniversary, ,, 27-Dn ry Piatas S.S. Anni- versary. ., 28-Wind's Circns at D'l nrninp. " 29-Wtrth's Circus ot West bnrr, DEO. 2-OniiVpiit School Concert. ,, 4-Blmkmonr S.S. Anni- versary. ,, 7-Po)i|iy fuir, in Deloraine ToiTD Hall. ., 7-Western Creek Sports ,, ll-: Fun st Hali S S. ADDÍ ier-»ry ,, H-Atv tun sale of Reed's DunotUn E?tntt>. ? ,, I4-Ueluiiine Holt culturtl Slimy. " 18 - Del .taine Prt-.'hy t^ri tn S.S Ann'versnrv. " 27-N-fleo S| crt*. '

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The Hippopotamus. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

The Hippopotamus. Tfr first -p rm rn cl tin'- lu.coiilli nml powerful ampliilm us monster iii 11 cul need into Ausinia i- " Lizzie,' ' which ;uriv il ,'in M-ll omni' hv t i' ti. i1 iir lin i Annal i-i.r,' . n Hie 3'li tie i l er, l'.'b1 itcct lum Uambine', Cn i many, v l ei e il «as purchased lvilit.se rmi M ju ising cit cns prop- rietors, M. «MS IM iii anil George "Wini), ulai paul 1.1 Gail Hagenbecl:, t I I lie II ami lng Zen J/j.JJo Tile animal. \\indi i« only a lillie one, lui vcai s oki. anil weighs Hu ce tons, ari iv'cd in the Lest ol health in two huge luxes, which weir kept cn I deck: om sn vedas its bath, being I lin. d v. i h Z ! i and lilied w ith fresh, I clean vi ah 1 daily, and the oilier I sci vcr as it' raie, wittie it returned ! eveiv ev cuing int 1 a nice div bed of shaw Thest animals live in water by day and on laud io night, and rt quite gteat ? are and attention, for although not so th licite as the giraffe' (thc Iii ms p¡ ev ions ventine). it must have a man co...

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: Children's Column: A FAIRY STORY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

: Children's Column : jj A FAIRY HTOIiY I Francesca uns :i ptihce-s. Slu w-s ..Fo very handsome, as you tnav imar-ine. Mio hoard iiolhm" (rom mn-mn i lill ni^ln »ul t ll rt t she was thc most lief feet ri enture ill ll:--' «holt: tv.,. M. At l.-isl it le-, titre nt-ios'try to tenth lief st 1, ... lier lett,-ts, au,i a le-snll tva? fjicut. Kratl.-isr.-i Iot.kt.-J at il a few minutes, au.l iiniiini* that she hud no! it-;.rm it yet, <zo\ cut of patience, and sent for. ne of her trans leam thc lesson fur lier. I lie li.¡lo m.ii.l learnt it; an.' «hen tile prt.f.-t.or anita.-,!, supp; ! forward to say il. "Whee is the prime,.; asked the jitufessor, "tlh! I .lom know it!" answered lite princess. "My maid lia« learnt ii f, r n.e. If .-he has not got it pet!. div, you mint !«t her. fur I want to lie .- ever. " nm y-.ti will never be very clever if vom iiuij Wat m tr von" answered thu- teacher I ' "Why nt«:-, said France».-». liv maid i :t< -e- me, I nt the dre.-s ii mi...

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Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than the Present? YES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than the Present? YES. [C.in'.ri-uvi by Gor.DKN WATTLE ] Tin present cnuditinn if li'e in A l ? trilia, although uonipina» «ery favor I ably with those of noy part of the world, are far from perfect, and the moat able minds are seeking oacnp itions ia dif ferent spheres in efforts to secare still further advancement. The politic il wirld is still striving to find a solu'bn of nany problems, and i\<ih pirty is endeavoring to secure in legislative form its particular views of what is necessary to produce that result which is hoped is the honest aspirations of all-the peopl- ing of Australia with a race of citizens enj lying conditions of life as nearly perfect as is possible to expect in this mundane sphere, ' Durin-.r the past ten y-»ars Au'tralia bai adopted a protective fisial pol' -y, has made provision for securing good wages and industrial conditions, and is now with a labor majority adopting drastic means of settling tho land ques-...

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Methodist Sunday School Union. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

IWethcdlGt Sunday ir ScE-.col Union. I m m, On Tuesday evening a spo ¡al §?, meeting of Sunday School wmkris ffj' was held in.the Methodist Chm eli at É Chudleigh. Riv, Grove, the beti. - %. tary of the recently formed Sunday ft school department of the Methodist !¿ Church, had leached Deloraine, ainl'f the meeting was appointed for it"'.. Chudleigh, as being the mos' sui lal le Si; centre. The Mole Creel», Cavesidc,tg Deloraine and ClindltigH S'clu olsïi were represented. Those attci.diugjfri, partook of tea, and Kev Dell" ¡<'i;e,J^. Mr. Wiley (Home M issionai y) andy. Adjutant Robinson gave the visit.us» a heat ty welcome. Al lei lea was d s- if posed ol' the meeting was ad-'res-sed (S by Rev. Grove.'Plie spea er b i fly outlined the work- ard . bjects ol' the Department, ami gav e a number of p.actical illustration-, pf tuet' , ds which are being slice-si ody ad..]' c-l io other schools, -p- ci -I i ric MI e be:ng made to inlaid i.kiss work. The objects nf the I loire ...

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My Experience in a Mining Town. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

My Experience in al Mining Town. I By "BEN BOLT" Tlosc who have lived all liner days on farms or in agricultural townships would probably know little or nothing of the conditions of life which obtain in mining settle- ments. The social conditions, the people themselves and lite menial outlook on life are so entirely dif- ferent that for some time persons re- moving to such localities are cet tain to experiauce sore difficulty in meet- ing the position \\ ¡th satisfaction to themselves and to the approval of those among whom they have set- tled Discret and courteous beating will of course smooth the path consideiably, but in any case some little time will be necessary before thc conditions can be met with assntance atta nable by famial arily. During a three years sojourn in such a locality the writer attained some little experiauce in their ways lt must be remembered that to married folk conditions do not so much vary in localities, except pcr ' haps in such lawless places as new set...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

ADVERTISER OFFICE FOR CENERAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 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 immediately and we refund your money as cheerfully as we take it from you. Satisfaction always WE are not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with nndesire able purchase, though your mistake or oars. Agreeable Service. WE aim to make it pleasant for you to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston Wei Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders of Drapery to the vtlue of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and post. This docs not apply to bulky articles such as Furniture, Carpets Lineolumns, Sewing machines Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the basis of our great si cet!"». A'ALUE IN STYLE. .VALUE IK QUALITY.; Y A LUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE I...

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Fruit Pests (SECTION 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

. Fruit Pests (SECTION 2.) HY THE DELOIIA1NE MUNICIPAL IüsrECTOIl. APPLE SCAB-Tasmanian Block Spo'. (Knsicitodinni dovdriiicnm, Ecke.) Hiia is perhaps tlic most formidable fur pas difetse apple- growers have to Minti nd with. Tho Scnb or Black Spot attm ks both leaves and frrtit (and to ti erlnin estent the bork), the prin- cipe dnimge hoing done to tho Fruit. Tho Scab ia easily recognised, forming dink or black colored Scabs that soon spoil the look cf tho apple when growing, and muse an immense number to fall of nlltogether. The Si a's upon tho fiuit cracks as the fruit iiifieoBi'S in size, The pest is worst in damp, low-lying situation, in ¡nilliiB and hills where fogs Bud mists are frrqucnt and districts tillich liavo freqntnt rainfalls (especial- ly of n fine showery nature). The St ob is cnpnble of Attacking tret s oil iii*- year round, but appears to be most active just »bout thu times win n the tiecs bursting into bloom-and the young fruit getting, and later on during the la...

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TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 November 1910

To The Editor DEAR, SIR Your correspondent "Worker" is angry. I notice he is full of the good   old stock arguments of his class, the seven boot and the savoury egg. So it is up to "Spetonius,, to be a man and sign his name, but others   may be rude enough to think it lays   to "Worker" to set a good example. In fact, considering the effussion, no   man should think of putting such a thing in pr¡nt without his name to it.   Then again, Mr. Editor, what is moderation I never knew a man yet       to admit being anything else but       moderate until he got to the gutter     slceping stage or pretty near it.   I also find the man who can take a   glass or leave it alone, don't get the leave it alone fit too often. The man who really can leave it alone (I am     &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, .'{Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies to Country . Clients. Every Article bought^ on our Guarantea.. ' iNamely; Ä ^!"'""*'' Any Client having purchased an article that fails to rive satisfaction please return same immediately and we refund your money as cheerfully as we take it from you. Satisfaction always WE nie not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with updesire ab!e purchase, thoug'i your'-mistake or onrs. Agreeable Service. WE aim to make it pleasant for you to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist] On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT . On al! ore!eis of Drapery to the v'rlue of £1 and over to-your nearest i ai!w;iy.station and post lliis c'oes not apply to bulky ailicles a:ch as Furniture,. Carpets Uncoil nu s, Si wing nimhines 'I'iancs. VALUE GIVING Has been thel asis of our great si cci. VALUE ¡N ST VLF. . VALUE IX QUALITY. VALVE IN WOT! KM ANS HIT VALVE IK J.VEHYTIJING WE SELL. AK...

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New York Fashions AFTERNOON PARTY IN PYJAMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

New York Fashions AFTERNOON PARTY IN PYJAMA!». Some interesting deUi'sare pntlished (fays the ''Central News" New York correspondent) cnncem'njr a pjjuma party held at th» re?¡dence of a well knoon member of CHICI^O fociety. " The rar»T wa« an »f'e rno<-n »ITair, and was very s-lect, cnly »bout a doz a ladies at'er.dii ¡j. but >n .('if rf rff-rt* to keep it a secret, ifoesip quickly ppread It seen s that pyjamas Were worn nut only at the party but on the way to it. 81omber coatnmjs ofm»nv l>e*ut fnl I > e were donned at the hon.eJ of the 7arii.ni gae9tp, »cd during t fdr re <u tbe honJe were concealed wi'h long roats or nio'tr cloak«. What if the motor bad sk'dd ed and spilled 'oi ont on the «irvet".* queried an in'rrtiew»r o' one matron. 'T ueter thought'«.F tliet" she gaffed "I wot;H barr, died of en barra-rrent." Anuth. r Indy >au thai ii was a com fortnble way to «p-nrl un arterrr"-n nt d rXf.re»r<i ihn (.|,;u¡, n Ul» r tr« ll j BI ti...

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Municipal Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Municipal Conference. A conference of Mnnioipal inapec'orB of Northern Taeminis was opened at the banqueting rooms, Albert Hall, included amongst the inspectors pres-nt were Mr O. W. Cameron, the Deloraine Munici- pal inspector. Mr A. E. Wardswortb, chief inspector of tba Department of Public Health. Hohar»; delirered « 'e* tare on bonse to boase inspection; an I Mr, J. Cole of Devonport, read a piper on ''the doable pan sanitary enrice," in which hn referred ta liri ff'e*t benefit to ne derived from a health i o nt of view. A aUenssiou foM'iwed, oj*i.f ul thu in- spectora narrating how the i«vst»ra work, i'd in their reí|i*ot:ve <ti« ric

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Changes in the Education Department [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Changes in the Edu- cation Department Important alterations are shortly to take place in the Education departmen eansed hy the retirement of some of tho head teachers in the leading Bchojls Major Reynold?, head teacher in th" central f-ehool will retire shortly alter haring been in the Department for over 45 years. Mr. and Mri. Shaw head master and mistrees of the Bellerive achoo], who bare been in the department for over 20 years will also retire shortly. Mr Knight, who has been (or (our aj years at Gape Barren Island baa betn promoted to thu Braixliolm school. Mr J, BladeD, of Bangor will succeed Mr. Knight at Cape Barren Island.

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