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A DAY IN BED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
A DAY IN BED. If you »ru "too tired tu live," and every une wau approaches you conies ia tue guise, ut an enemy, take a day in bed, and you will ue amused to Hud how mu eli better >ou teel next morn- ing. Have a big lire in the room it necessary, but keep the windows open. Admit no visitor, whether iriend or loe, sleep all > uu eau, and take light but nourishing diet. .Milk is excel- lent, and if you can drink it in sutli eieiit iiuantilicH you will need little else during your short rest cure; but anything you fancy will do you no harm. Uefore settling down tor tn« night take a warm bath il possible, and have your room thoroughly aired. A good night will be the result, and you will wake uext day to lind half your woes dispersed. lt ls "tired nerves" that so often make life In- supportable, and sleep is their surest medicine.
THE LADIES' COLUMN. "THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE RULES THE WORLD." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
j THE LADIES' COLUMN. "THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE RULES THE WOHLD." k'vW [ii_Ujllu JiUUW iii»; .tllthui ¿IiiJj OÍ tho wt li-kuown motto, "Thc: hand that rocks lin» traUlu rulos tim world." lt originated in a curious way. .Many >ears uno John Brougham, Lester Wal atU, Artemus Ward, and othejs used to meet alter the piny and discuas things in general, LUM ui^h t some- one said, "What rules tho world'.' ' William Ress Wallace thereupon wrote the lollowing Hues, iii LÍLJUÚ "What Rules the World?": - "They say that man is mighty, Ile gove rus land and .sea, ile wields a mighty sceptre O'er lesser jtoweis that he. fun a mightier ituwer and stronger.. .Man fruin his throne has hurled. Auri tiie hand that rocks the eradlo ls the hand that rules the world."
Road Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Road Inspection. | Ou Tuesday evening a Parliatnen- i tary piny visited Mole Creek to ern- i fer with residents on matters of interest, and to inspect the various roads on which votes are cl sired for further improvements The party comprised Messrs John Hope. M.L.C J. Best. U. C. Field, H. Hays. W.H. Lee. J. Lyons, and E. .Mulcahy, Ms.II.A. The patty were present at a public meeting held in the even- ing. About S-jOam. on Wednes | day a start was made in the direction i of the proposed bridge ovet the j Mersey, and the desired site and the proposed line of the traclt to Sheffield were pointed out' Other roads in the direction of Mersey Hill and Bald ocks Caves were also vis- ited, and in the aitemoon the back road to Caveside was traversed, and the party inspected roads in the di- rection of Western Creek. On a road leading to an area known as the 1,000 acres one of the traps land- ed in a mud hole, owing to a trace getting free. The resident who ac- companied the party, said "the n...
Father Adam Again. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Father Adam Again. "Well, dkl buy, you're titted cnn' ¡II stvlo positively. Just oil tor your holidays?" "Ayo. just oif. my lad." "Wait a minuto. Hob. Apropos of your tour, do you know bow Adam was ctpiippoil for tile journey of lite'.'" "Can't suv. 1 lick. Give it up. ' "Well, I'll tell yon. H.. was started in a bare skin, armed willi a poll, de- pendent for transport upon a eoupie of rnlvos w lik-li moved back wards. His iiard cash' amounted 'o a crown univ, for which lu- had no pocket: and ho ramed u small stock of nails, as- sorted si/es. fer which be bad no ham- mer. He hod a full chest, which he couldn't open; a timmie, a heart, and a pair of soles, which he couldn't oat. and a lol ol' I.s which br couldn't pick." .I'om- fellow! His case was hard. Dick. Hut 'twas con worse when he had a Hounder, and. although bo after- wards procured a Cain, 'twas a very poor walking-stick. Good-bye: I'm off like a shot."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
HAVING Purchased a nice parcel of CALICOES, SHEETING, and TOWELS Etc. the Underwriters, Slightly soiled by From Water in the Ship "Waiera" steaming direct from London to Beauty Point, at L WILL OFFER the SAME for 4 ri ii -4 AT Will be y er j ems iii JàJL Dis Now is Your Time TO INVEST Pounds in Drapery, Boots, and Grocery. a few Best Roller Flour 12s 6d. bag, J. P. Sul!iyan| King of Store-keepers, Deloraine and Westbury
Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Presbyterian Church -:o: On Monda last a number of Min- isters and Elders, members of the LauncestouPresbyteryjourneyediroin Launceston and tire N. W. Coast to Deloraine, Among the visitors were Kevs. W. J. Holt and J. 6. Cope af Launceston J. Scott Hagley S. Byron Devonport, Messrs A. D. Lecsie, Burnie; Ewart and Jus. Hope, Shef- field. The vsnots met the beal officers in the church at 4 3(>pm to discuss congregational business It was moved by the Kev S.Byron seconded by Mr Leclie, and agreed to that the tullowing l'indin¿ b= read to the congregation at the public meeting, and also (rom the pulpit on the tallowing Sabbath.-"That this presbyters, having met with the office-bearers and congregation of Deloraine, and having put the pre- set ¡bed questions, thank them for the fulness of the information re- vealed, and the cordial welcome ex- tended to the Presbytery 011 its visi- tation. 1 he Preïbylcty realises the uphill nature of the Woik which is being carried on heie and sympat...
The Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
The Mystery. The oilire vin w as dca 1. Caught in Uie UCL ot" devouring th;? nea 1 clerks lundi, it caine in contact with his hout, and died suddenly The questions were; "Where could it be buried in the heart et tho ».tt>i" aud "Who would bury it?" Bob, the olliceboy, ottered to ge', rid ot il lui* a consideration, and pro- ceeded to consult a friend ot Iiis at a neighboring hotel. Alter the ullK-o clubed, Bob took u seat on :.'ie out- side of a tramcar, carefully carrying a parcel containing the cai.). tro,,i which protruded the tail leathers of a pheasant. The parcel was careiui ly labt lied, but huh h'fr it under the seat when he got oft tue i.r. Another passenger noticed the f eulin »rs. and gradually shifted his seat until he was able to lift th»'par eel, when he speedily tedi Ids de- parture, taking it with aim *i,m got rid of it, hut to this day mi «me In that ellice knows who buried *.he cat.
FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
I FIRE Vu Wednesday evening a cottage sit- úan d at tue corner ot Goderich and WiLttr Stutts was de=troyed by fire. The pruierty :u mier-tirn was ownid hy Mr Kd^ar Hards and had teen tenant- ed tintü a few days ago by a family nan.ed ka-hutds wt,o hud remeced down the N. \V. (Ans: on rneatinjj. The outbreak occurred about 7 \ m and in a eliott time the dtstruction was ccmpbte. Nobody appears to hare been in the vic- inity at tte time and even ii tiley had teen it ,s doubtful if anything could have leen done. Th s tire Bga;n points ! ont th« etea: importance cf estai) Utting ; a pro;er y esnirpcd tire brigade for the j town, lt is understood that there was I 1 seine insurance on tb" f roteriy. I
Accident [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Accident Un Tuesday afternoon Reg Green and Eric Elnur went down to Harvey's mill on« message »nj returned vi» Par- sonage Street. When they reached Han'* grain Hore they c'irubed on the landing which IR'ÎPS the street. Reg Gr?en j imped off and the other boy then jaar ped and striking against yonng Green rolled off and broke his arm. He was walking home when Mrs Cole who was driving a motor met him and t iok him to Dr Cole'i surgery enabling him to receive prompt attention. Ila ia now making good progrees.
Just a Taste. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Just a Taste. A farmer prided Himself eu know- ing tile taste ot the ale al every uuulic-hoimu tor notes around; hut uno day ul murk ul lie heard ol a liuuse ut which he n;id never called, ».hero tho ale was reported to be e.vtra good. That very evening he made a detour ou his way hume, m order to call at this particular house, and, rattling the siyn with his whip slock, ho brought me maid out. ..I've beard say as yo' keep good ale 'ere," he said, "an1 Td like to taste lt au' see tor myselt. fr'otch tue a quart." Thu yuan having been brought and handed up, the farmer drank it at a draught, smacked his lips like a con- noisseur, and said: "t'otcli tue another." Another was bruugat, aud went the same way., "Well," said tho farmer, "they towd mo yo' kept good ale, au' by gum! yuu do. I'll get daan aa' ha' some."
Too Much for the Lawyer. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Too Much for the Lawyer. lt is iwi always tho witness who \ sinters during eross-c-xumiuauou. A lawyer who was trying tu gut a wil- li ess to admit there was such u thing as a. miracle as Ked: "ll a mun slwula fall from a third story window ou io the pavement, and yet up unhurt, what would you cali mai? ' . Au accident, sir." The counsel-squared himself to pin tile witness down. "And ii he should do the same Hiing thu uext day?" hu asked, pu* in'iiuy. "That would be a coincidence." "And iL he should go through the same performance tue third day ?" persisted the barrister, "Tile suntu man?" "Yes.'* "And lilli fium the same window?" "Yes." "I should say it had developed into a dangerous habit."
Dressed for Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Dressed for Dinner. , The missionary smiled benevolently , on the native trilles around him. "I will cure thom all of cannibal- ism." he said hopefully. "They have treated me kindly so far, and I am sure 1 shall couvert them all." After being Introduced to their chief he retired to the special hut the tribo had prepared Tor him. where he was shortly afterwards joined by a native. "The king has sent me to dress you for dinner," said the man. "Ah!" smiled the missionary. "How thoughtful of him. You are the royal valet, I suppose?" "No," replied the native; "I am the royal cook."
Deloraine Council Monday August 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Deloraine Council Monday August 14th. -:o: The monthly meeting was held on Moncay. Present-Councillors H. H. Symmons (.Warden) P H. Gil- bert, K Grubb F Briscoe, C. J L. .- milli, P. H. Everett, R. Hall, J. Gniïi.i, i. T Hingston, F. Briscoe, G L, H'iwers G. Lee, W. Fitzpat- rick, J. Worner, and H. Learoyd. The munîtes of the previous meet- ing wete read and confirmed. The monthly accounts were pass- ed lor payment. Thc Warden referred to a number of sheep owned by Councillor Grubb having been impounded by the In- spector and considered the 1-'/ which was charged for trespass fees shou'd be refunded, Cr, Smith expressed the opinion that it was a monstrous charge and moved that a refund be maoe Waich was agreed io. Tue Warden reported that he had not yet found a building available wnich he could recommend as suit- able for the proposed isolation of Cases of infectious cisease. He would consult ihe two local doctors in refe- rence to the matter. Cr Lee gave notice to move that the ti ...
Council in Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Council in Com- mittee. During the luncheon interval last Monday Cf. Hall in speaking to unr representative criticised the repot ts given in the press generally ol Coun- cil proceedings and cxpres-ed the opinion that the press should either report more tully or not be allowed to leport at all. Yet within two hours o( resuming it was Cr. Hall who proposed that the Council should re- solve into cummittee over a letter (rom the Inspector re the question of commission on dog licenses. When in committee the press are precluded from taking notes. It will be generally recognised that on some occasions it is necessary to discuss important matters tn private but in most public bodies there is a recog- nised procedure by which either on that or some other day the matter comes up in open Council on what is known as the repoit stage. It is a polite fiction that Council only knowns as much about what ,was done in committee as is presented in thc report, even though Council and committee consist ...
A BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
A BOLT. -- :o: On Tuesday afternoon Messrs. Larcombe and James Wadley came into Deloraine for a supply of artifi- cial manure to be used on Mr. Lar. combe's farm. On the return they had gone as far as the Drumreagh estate when the team Mr Wadley was driving took fright and bitted. Mr Wadley caught thc shaffer and tried to pull them up but instead of this he was dragged off his feet and severely knocked about, and i". is suppnsed 'ha; the wheel ran over him. A telephone message brought Dr Johnson on the scene and he rendered temporary relief after which the injured man was brought to the township and taken to Mrs t-Jjia^--'a ii-au.; wilgie ne waa made as comfortable as circumstances would permit. He was severely cut about the head and face and it wai not certain whether his leg was broken or not. Internal injuries were also feared. It was subseque» nt! y discovered that the leg was not broken and the other injurie» were not as serious as was feared.
AMUSING INCIDENTS. She Was Hopeful. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
j AMUSING INCIDENTS. J She Was Hopeful. ..That was aa excellent Insect pow- der you sold inc tho other L*ay, Oiler," said ciie lady lo thc chenus.-. ..indeed? 1 am so glad you lound lt satlslactory. It is guaranteed tn remove all beetles and other insects. It really ls jiood. Would you like a ftirtlicr supply';" replied tho mer- chant. "Ves, please. I should Ilk.; another hair-pound." '.Half-pound? Certainly. I sup- pose your house is now nearly free from tire pests?" "Oh, no, not yet; hut a beetle atc up the last packet I bought, and it made him very ill Indeed. I think another packet should prove fatal."
Celebrated Dairy Herd. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Celebrated Dai>"y Air ¡J, \V. Howman, of "Hirniroo," Deloraine lias purchased Major Bey Dolda' entire herd of Jersey s iud cattle. The stua was founded Eouie jears ago hy iuipuitutiuiis Hom the most noted breidera uu thc luuiuluud imd also stock bri'U Hum animal* imported direct trout J ei tey uud since then the best bulli obluinnblc have beeu selected fur service with the result thut Major Rey- nolds hus won ot least. 3U champion prizes, ID special prizes auu 9- rirst, lo ouy nothing of the numerous cetonds auu third piizea the lutul number ex ceidmg 3UU 11 Inch is » uuitjue rtcoid. Mr iiowuiun ia tu be commended uud cuugruuUuied upuu liuvtng secured the wuoie hera ot such noted pr.ze-tukcr.-, and it is to be hoped thut he receives the euccesi thflt tie deserves. Mujer butter tesis but ou ihe lew ocuusious he hus done to he has always beeu awong the prize-takers. At tue Latrobe snow in lyüs his noted heifer Lady Ni.se Fox which al the time waa oulj- lutea jeara old hud ueeü ia m...
A NOVEL FORM OF PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
A NOVEL FORM OF PROTECTION. lu tho different towna and villages alouii the southern shores ol the Moray Firth a novel form of protec- tion leia boen In vogue for year.;. The young fishermen in one village >oiing mon from another town or vil- lage coming to their neighborhood ia quest "I a sweetheart, and «lion an tm«orv youth makes an attempt lu* ls almost certain to meet willi a hostile reception. When it is known thal one ol' their lassos is being; courted by an outsider, a number of the natives will combine to drive him from tho pim e. and if tho courtship |a to pcm I I d tin pan ics most closely concerned must r.-sort to strati'!.'}-. l'or this reason it mav be observed that u-r.v K-w fisherman niarri- «iris ri-si.Ung at a distance, their clínico be- ing confined to their own locality, while muons this class ot people quito a number many relatives of their own, inarrinm-s between cousins lie in^ a common occurrence. Fisher folk and townsfolk have very little matrimonial doali...
The Three Carnations A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXII (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
I The Three Carnations! ? A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE t AND MYSTERY. jj By CHRISTIAN LYS, i Author ot "The lleiisworth Millions," I "The Mystery of Lndyphice," S "A London Cobweb," etc." All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XX.II (continued). i Thc) butler illil not answer. IIIE f:ioe changed, looketl suddenly young- er, and there wcro tears In his eyes. One hand, willoh trembled, rested on tin- table. . I am telling tho truth now, but 1 ran understand how difficult lt must have boon for you last night, and 1 thank you, nickers, for coming to nie to-dav." Bannister put his hand on his companion's for a moment. "Oh, slr. there aro no words to ox press what I fool. Still, lt might be «ell not to return to The Priory Tor a little while." "I believe I have found Miss Ash worth," Bannister went on. "I shall Know to-night, know the whole mys- tery, I hope. To-morrow I expect to return homo." 'Then who was lt ran nway with Miss Ashworth, slr?" "I don't know yet." "Was it Mr. Hickson?" "I do not know...
A CLUB WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
A CLUB WAGER. Of the many stories told of lxjnl Charles Beresford, few are better than the following. It ls said that he made a wager ot £100 with soaio clubmen that he would drive down Hotten How In broad daylight. (Ve- hicles were forbidden in Rotten Row.) Those interested pOBted themselves on the railings In the Park and await- ed developments. The first thing to come along was a water-cart. The driver came slowly past to the rail- ings and pretty nearly drenched tim waiting ones In the Kow. The water cart man at once became the subject of forcible searching remarks. To the amazement of the bystanders he pushed his oilskin bat back and re- vealed thc beaming face of Charlie Beresford, who said, "Hand over that hundred, old man." Lord Charles had squared the water-cart man to let him play the part, which ho did lo per- fection. His friends lind been watch- ing for a smart turn-out of some de- scription.