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DR. PURDY CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
DR. PURDY CRITICISED. At the Fingal Council meeting on Tuesday last a motion was moved by Mr M'Hugo and seconded by Mr Viney-"That all correspondence relating to the outbreak of diptherii at St. Mary's be laid on the table." -Cai ried. It was then proposed by Mr Cullenan and seconded by Mr Fitzgerald-"That this council condemns the Chief Health Officer's action in supplying in'ormation to the press relating to the outbreak of diptheria at St Mary's before report- ing to the council a3 requested by the Warden." -Carried.
The Ayes and the Noes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
The Ayes and the Noes. Hubert Pinkerton once toi tl n story of bis [inlier, tlie founder of the de- tective, annley, which illustrates the eider Pinkerton's caution. A noted criminal was detained In i'inkerton's Chicago ellice. The elder I'lnkerlon left the room, und when lie returned took tlie precaution of holding a re- volver in iront ol him. He saw the criminal standing by Hie door with a siiutfljox lie had lucked up from Pinkerton's desk in ills hand. "Tills is good snuff,'' affably re- marked the crook as he took a sniff. "For the eyes or Hie nose?" asked Pinkerton, wini knew ihm the crook hud intended to blind him In an effort to escupe "Well," remarked Hie criminal, "I'm sorry to suv that Hie nose gets lt this time."
The Worst Had Happened. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
The Worst Had Happened. .Mr. Jerome K. Jerume objects to being labelled ¡is ti humorist pure mut simple, hut ll was, of course, as a hu munnis writer .uni lecturer that ho li rsi atlracle.l pulilic ulieiition. toil- ol' his lecturing toms was lu tin' 1'nltc,I Slates, and on lils arrival On Hie other siilo li» was niel hy tho usual urnup ol' repnriers. ..Aren't, you rather nervous." asked ono, "alunit submitting your particu- lar brand of humor lu American audi- ences?" "Young man," was tho solemn re- ply, "I have faced a Scotch audience on a damii night, and now I fear no foe! "
The Heckler Scored. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
The Heckler Scored. Describing his platform oxpurlcil» cos, Ur. .Macnamara says thc heuv ¡est "fall" he ever ha.l was at an agricultural laborers' meeting in Dev- onshire. While he was speaking a man insisted on asking a question. Dr. Mucnnmara told him to sit down and ask the question nt the close of thc meeting. Tile man persisted, and so did Dr. Macnamara, until another man cried out to the Interrupter: "Sit down, you ass!" Still another man arose nnd. iii very emphatic tones, repeated the nib "I verv unwiselv intervened," said Dr. Macnamara. "and said, 'There seem to be a great many asses herc; let ns hear one at a Hine," when thc man who lirst interrupted, pointing his (inger at me. said, 'Von bogim then.' "
Making the Cashier Cough. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Making the Cashier Cough. "Hut 1 linn"L know vim. MKiilain," tin: batik cashier said to tin. woman who hail iirosi'iih'd a cheque. Tho woman, however, Instead ot' saying, haughtily. "I do not wish to make your acquaintance, sir," merely replied, willi an engaging smile; - "Oh, yes. you do, I think, lin the .red-headed (dd virago' next door to yon, whose scoundrelly little hoys ar-; always reaching through and picking your Howers. When you started for town this morning your wile said: 'Now, Henry, ir you want a dinner fit to eat this evening you'll have to leave me a little money. I can't keep this house on plain water and six- pence a day.' " "Here's your money, madam," said tile cashier, pushing it towards her and coughing loudly.
A REMARKABLE FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
A REMARKABLE FEAT. 1 j For one man to do tho worts of twenty willi his own hiinils foi- iliree days anil nights, and willi forty lives linder his charge, is a [eat thal Hikes some boating. It was clune liv rap tain Morell, wini brought the steam- ship Scindhla hoine by li I m sel f. al- though the rl'ew considered necessary to «Olk lier was twenty-live. Includ Wlth' UTIIIIO worth of cargo nuil fifteen passengers on hnar.l. she broke down in the Atlantic, niel wu» driven hundreds of miles ii.nth eui of lier I ciiurse. An accident spoiled the fresh 1 water, and distilled water gave Hie ! crew dysentery, which, together willi I mishaps, left the captain without an : ollicei- or a man rnpiblo &lt;if work. Tin- I first oflicer and five oT the crew were ! washed overboard. Ule two chief en- I ginoers were killed ill Hie mishap, | ¡mil the third only managed to make ¡ Ihr damage good before lie was laid ii 11. Tlie captain, when the storm subsi- de!, ¡ictu.illv started one of I lie...
CHAPTER XXI. Mr. Bickers is Mysterious. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
CHAPTER XXI. I Mr. Bickers is Mysterious. I »lr», HUHU waa sun uuiiiinoring at thc iiuor auuvu when Kunu lunuwuu lao manager up tue stops, nom lue "iiiiu wit« ot yours guts ou my nerves," sniu lao iiiaiiajjer. .'iálio sometimes gola uu mino," was tlio answer. "You had bettor no to her, or sho may upon a winnow unit begin lo call out." "I'll lind moans lo quiet her pre- sently." 'liiere was a Brininess about the iiouseuoeper which appeared lo satisfy Hie manager. "You needn't worry about her." "You must consider your own neck, eh, Itollit? Hut we are quilo sale." "How about ilunce?" "Ho ll probably return to-morrow no wiser than hu wont. Now that this business ls settled 1 shall cease to ho tho manager as soon as possible, and in a day or so you ought to lind a much belter paying job. There's no hurry; indeed, you must not burry. If there should be any questions nsn ed, your sudden disappeurance would look suspicious." "Awkward for both of us." "A little, yes. I shall be here to- mor...
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XX. The Leather Trunk is Delivered. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE' ANO MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN LYS, Authur ur "The llepsworth Millions," "Tile Mystery ot I.ml y place," "A London Cobweb," etc." All nights Reserved. CHAPTER XX. The Leather Trunk ls Delivered. As (lie Iradi «ns moving out of th« Malina Lawrence Bannister mnnngei m seramlilo Into lt, at considerable risk lo life and limb, it would seem for Ike station-master called, out tc liim to stop. Bannister put bis head out of the window, nodding to show I hat he was al! right, and tile station- master rouhl therefore tell Constable I'llrkis next morning that Mr.- 13annis: f.-r had certainly gone to town last night, and, since he "had practically risked his. life to do so, must have gone upon some important business. 1'iiikls nodded lils hoad wisely, hut said nothing, for tile news of thc mur dor ai mu i-nur, ,v.,¡> HUI. JUL H""". nllv known In Selbridge. The carriage happened to bc an empty one, and for some minutes nan ulster sat panting In a co...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
The operetta 'Nodding Mandai in' was again'repeated on Friday even- ing in the Town Hull to a good attend ance. As on the previous occasion the perfotinance passed off satisfact- orily.- As' a result of the two perfor- mances" it ' is expected that a nice balance will be available for. charit ablepuiposes. The children connecte^witth"... the Baptist Sunday School ate practising for their annual winter concert which is arranged to take place oji Tuesday, August 29th. It is hoped to present a very attractive programme. . DAIRY SCHOOL. Tlie Director of Agriculture (Mr A. H. Benson) will -open thé thin annual Dairy school ' at -Burnie 01 Thursday. There are eighteen stud ents, and the work will be of a prap tical character, including milk\ test ing record keeping practical butte and cheese making, field demonstra lions, and illustrated lecture by Mr T. Philp, veterinary surgeon. Dr Purdy, and Mr. Wadsworth. A practical demonstration will be giver in silo building and farm buildings and ...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Thon rtlehuru loft (ho barber trade and became a dealer In hair for wi;-' making, in those days there could be hold, especially in t.anc.nshire, fairs at which young women went to sell their bair. Ho became au expert buyer, and succeeded In making a scant living. Now tills youth as ho tramped about his native county bogan to wonder why girls sold their tresses. Ile saw that they were poor and that all tho occupation most of them had was In spinning by hand. This start- ed up a thought In tho hack of lils head, which suggested that perhaps spinning could be helter done by ma- chine. He turned his attention, ns count- less men have, to invention, and cen- tred lils elfort on the spinning ma- chine. In his spare time lie studied (as countless men have also done) the problem of perpetual motion. But principally he kept lils thoughts on the spinning machine, and though he grow poorer and more poverty-strick- en every day, ho believed he could master the problem, for he kept think, lng of...
THE STORY OF SIR RICHARD ARKWRIGHT. The Barber Who Revolutionised the Labor of Thousands. I. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
¡ THE STORY OF SIR RICHARD ARKWRIGHT. The Barber Who Revolutionised the Labor of Thousands. Dy Thomas Tapper. At leimt three Brent men were horn In tho year 1732: George Washington, llrst President of tho United States; Joseph Haydn, composer of tho "Cr-j nllon," and Wellard Arkwright, la venter or the spinning, machine. Richard Arkwright's parents were poor; that is no handicap in many eases. They had thirteen children, anil elrlldren are a blessing. Wellard was the thirteenth, and had, so far as ls known, no superstition about that unpopular number. This boy never . spent a day In school. His iirst job was that of a barber's helper. Then he opened his own shop. His sign' read:---"Come tn Ibo subterraneous barber. He shaves you. for a poniij*." - I do not, know whether thero was a barber's union in those days or not, but a penny was a cut price, and pretty soon all the rest of them had to come down to Richard's level. Then he lint up another sign, which road:-"A clean shave for a h...
DELORAINE[?] Young Mens' club. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Young Mensl club. . :o: - " At last the yoong men of DalorVoe ha« «tirrfd np from their flamber. On W>dn*td»y l«Bt . meeting wa* bt-11 in StM«ik- '?(.hool-oopi, »he otj-ct bt-iig the fur . >t'OD of a elah. I; was decided that.thu. Dewly formed organisation should known ai the "Deloraine Mens Cl ih. There «aa an attendance of abooi ¿Oj which was considered eaata f»ctor>. The following offi«rs wer« eppointed:-President, Re? Riley; Ser r.tary, D. H. Brook»; Triasarer J. W Clan»; sad B committee of Beven. The members enbfcription wag fix-d at is on mminiition and la per month, pay- able in advance. The objeo's of tbe clnb. are for' the mntoal beni fit of the yoong :/ men " of D'] iraine nnd distric. Gamer will be played between the hoars of 8 and iOpoi ev-ry Frida? eveniog. The first meet- ing wi 1 take p'oce on Friday next. Arr»ng-mentB are being made for a ma ch to be played with Red Hills or Exton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
PIANOS, Brindsmead, 'Broadwood, Collard & Collard Lipp & Sohn, Ronjsh, Renardi, S.tein m ayr,- - ORGANS BY Mason & Hamlin, _Estey, liben!1, allowances on old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT Flftiry ÄVQ- "I"ne Piano People, riiiL/UM i \J. George-st Launceston PÍANOS Flou. Harvey, filler, SaW, Plaining JVloulding Mills Etc. and BEST ROM-F.fl FLOUR. SHARPS. POLLARD. BRAN, OATMEAL Rill.LED OATS AND ALL MILLBD LINES AT Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. 0 HISTING DONE AT CURRENT RATES. TIMBER CUT T > ORDER. SEASONED BOARDS, T. & G. FLOOR- ING & \V. BOARDS SWVN LATHS, PALINGS AND FENCING DROOPKRS ALWAY ON HAND. New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Mart Deloraine. . Watts, Builder Contractor j i and Undertaker. ] you are about to Build or make itions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Watts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY OF. SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND Funeral...
A Property Qualification. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
A Property Qualification* Hi-own Wils full of military ardor, and ho was endeavoring to enlist In the London ScottIsh Volunteers. Ot' cours,-, he was asked If he were a Scot,.hiuau. ".Ve; not much." lie replied. ? Parents Scotch?" asked the Start Sergeant. "No: Itethnal Green." said llroivn. "Well, unless you have some cnn neiiioj, with Scotland you can't join," he was told. And ho i um il« ' it'll fur a lui.ul ,'iM' mit sollie pruperlv in Seulhilul," 1 he said, at last. i "Ah. that will he all ricin:'' said ' llic Sergeant, and proceeded tu en- list him. Itcfore he left, however, the Sci g-eant turned to linn: "Would iou in î ti « I informing nie In what ¡ian ol' Scot hind yum- propertv is situated?" ho asked. .nh. yes." said Hie recruit. "I've ¡ gol o football jersev In Hie Penh live Winks:"
A DETERMINED MISCHIEF-MAKER [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
A DETERMINED MISCHTE F-M AK E R By H. A. Milton. "Ullina." sahl Mrs. licdingflold. "Yes, mintie?" "t have seen .Mr. Hartford. I hap. pei.oil to bo passing Paston Hall, though, of course, if I had had tho least Iden lt was ho who was talking to tho lodge-keeper. I should not have stopped. Wc introduced ourselves, and ho really is ohaniiins. Ile pro- mised to cati to-mor"ow. 1 am sure he Isn't a day oidor than thirty." ..Thirty!" said I lilma. "Certainly net moro than thirty two-thirty-throe at the outside." "I thought inillfoinires wero always old,'' answered nilma. "Nobody could call Mr. Rail ford old. Thirty-live nt thc utmost. He went to ATrlea quito young, you know, Hlltna. In diamonds, 1 understand. I am sorry I Invited your cousin Gladys just now." "Why?" asked ll ilma. "I really do wont you to be sensible tills time, my dear. A millionaire nt your very door, and not a day older than thirty-six-or thirty-seven, and somo persons might call him almost handsome." "I will Rive you ...
Sydney Express Stopped. A MYSTERIOUS INTRUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Sydney Express Stopped. i BY ALÀkMED PASSENGERS, j A MYSTERIOUS INfftÜSÍÓN. An incident occurred on the limited ExpresB train from Melbonrno to Syd- ney in the early hours of Monday morn ? ing which the police are uncertain whet- her to call a practical joke or the act of a desperado. The train was running he tweon Wagga «nd Junee abont 1 a.m. travelling towards Sydney and two women well known in Melbonrno society circles together with their maid were asleep in a fonr-borth compartment, A smell like turpentine awoke one and she saw a. man in the compartment. With a shriek she rouged ber companions one ot wbcm twitch.'.. . u I he vUcUio lifcbt just BS a man rnshed into thc corridor, The Blsrmed yonng ladies togged the communication cord, end the train was stopped. Explanations followed and a search foiled to reveal anything except some- black smudges on tho girls' faces. The police were informed wheo the train reached Junee and word was eent to the Criminal Investigation Depart- ment...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 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 rive satisfaction please return same immediately and we reiuiid your money as cheerfully a1; wc take it from you. Satisfaction Always WE are not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with undesir- able purchase, through your mistake [. or oars. Agreeable Service WE aimitojnake it ple»3ant 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 all orders sf Drapery! to the value of £1 and over to your nearest .aihvay station and pott. This] does not apply to bulky a; iicles such as Furniture, Carpet Linoleums, Sewing Machine I'ianos. VALUE GIYÎNG Has been thc trasi:; cf our great VALUE IN 3TYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. VA UK IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVERYTHING. WE SE LT,. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE PHICE...
Meander Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Meander *y- Racing Club. I ^-ANJJUAX.. MEE-TIN®.-'- ""' The annual meeting of the above club wai held at the Deloraine Hotel on Wednesday last. The following report was presented showing a very satisfactory yeir. Gentlemen, Your Committee herein beg to submit the annual report and bal nuce sheet, for the I2 months ending July 1st. iyt r. Two race meetings were ueld during the year, one on the 29th of i>ecember, and one 0:1 Easter Tues- day, the former resulting in a loss of £7S 163 7d and the latter in a profit of £3^9 ls (VI. During the year the sum nf £Io was contributed toward the erection i f new scraping sheds, for.the conven- ience of trainers using the tracie. The amount of the clubs fixed deposit was increased by .£150 mak- ing them now stand at iMiuo. Tho overdraft standing in the clubs name was paid off and after allowing f ir I outstanding cheques, we are able to show a credit balance of _£-l&lt;5 tl's, a condition of affairs tint must be gratifying to all conc...
Tasmanian Vocalist. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 August 1911
Tasmanian Vocalist. Miss Kitty Longsmith who has been visiting the mainland returned &nbsp; to Launceston last week. Whilst in Melborne she sang to Signor Lacer - dote and Mr Henry Bracy (of the J. C. Williamson Co.) Mr Bracy said that Miss Longsmith had a glorious voice splendidly trained and regrett- ed she had not been with the Com- pany long before. He could not un- derstand where she had hidden her- self. He wanted au immediate en- gagement for the "Melba" season but Miss Longsmith had to decline the "immediate" engagement wish- ing first to confer with her parents and her teacher (Mr Jensen). Most probably Miss Longsmith will return to Melbourne later in the year. Signor Lacerdote was also much im- pressed with Miss Longsmith's voice and said all her notes rang "true as a bell."
WHAT ORANGE BLOSSOM MEANS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
WHAT ORANGE BLOSSOM MEANS The orange-tree is looked upon as the emblem ot genius, lt bears fruit and llower at the same time, its leaves are evergreen, and. as it grows older, it increases in beauty and fruitfulness, lt is typical ol' love, be- cause although its fruit is golden, and its llavor delicious, its rind is bitter, and as everyone knows, love causes pain.