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FOOD VALUE OF CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
FOOD VALUE OF CHEESE. A comparison of the food value of cheese with that of other highly ultra, geuous food materials may be of in terostlng value. No kind of meat ex- cepting dried beef carries such a large percentage of protein ns cheese, arni as dried beef contains a much greater percentage of water, the other loud constituents, apart from the proteja, are much less than ls found in cheese. Fresh beef as purchased has, weight for weight, little more than bah tue food valuo of cheese In either protein or fat, and the same Is true of prac- tically all other fresh meats, which have in many cases such a large per- centage of refuse and In all cases such a large percentago of water that they aro noticeably inferior to cheese In food value. Bacon or fat pork are exceptions, but their food value ls mostly in the fat, which caa be and ls replaced to u great extent by Hie carbohydrates of vegetables at a much, less cost, and sometimes, per haps, at a benefit to the health of the l consume...
THE SMALLEST INHABITED ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
THE SMALLEST INHABITED ISLAND. Tho smallest, inhabited Island in Hie wurld is that on which the Uddyslone lighthouse stands. At low water it ls ."fl feet In diameter; at nish water tho lighthouse, whose diameter at the base as 2»% feet, completely covers it. lt I» inhabited hy three persons, lt lies nine milos off the Cornish coast, amt fourteen milos south-west or Plymouth Uronkwuter. Klatholms. an Island In the Urltlsh Channel, is only a tulle and a half in circumfer- ence, but, consisting mostly of rich pit stare land, supports a farmhouse, besides tho lighthouse with a revolv- ing lieht 1«r, fool nlinvi. tl.,, HOM
THE AGE FOR MARRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
THE AGE FOR MARRYING. Ia France the man must be eight- een and the woman sixteen in order to marry. In Germany the man must be at least eighteen years of age. In Portugal a boy of fourteen is con- sidered marriageable and a girl of twelve. In Greece the mau must have seen at least fourteen summers and thc woman twelve. In Spain the intended husband must have passed his fourteenth year and the woman her twelfth. In Austria a man and a woman are supposed to be capable of conducting a home of their own from the age of fourteen, lu Turkey any youth and maiden who can walk properly and can understand the ne eessary religious services are allowed to be united for life.
HOW GLASS-MAKING BEGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
HOW GLASS-MAKING BEGAN. Glass-making dates from tho earli- est times, and originated, no douM. with the Egyptians, ns the oldest known specimens found are those dis- covered in tho tombs of Egypt, and tito earliest mention dates back to 3300 U.C. Second to the Egyptians, the an- cient people most renowned for thu manufacture of glass were the Phoe- nicians. The legend ot that people concern- ing the discovery of the art ls rnit slstently retold. Some Hioonician tra- ders, returning to their home in a ship laden with soda, were compelled to land on a sandy track on the Syr- ian coast. They built a Ure on the Band to pre. pare their supper, and placed tlu-ir cooking pots on a lump of soda. The sand ami the soda were both molted by the heat of the fire, ami, flowing together, formed a Bubstance which, although they knew lt not, thc sailor-t recognised ns valuable. Such, sass tradition, is the origin of ono of our mest useful commodities.
"SOCIETY RULES TO BE OBSERVED." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
"SOCIETY RULES TO BE OBSERVED." Nev ri* appear absent-minded in rom- pa nv. To bo absent minded is indi- cative thai the person is th inking, and fn.-ietv has no use for people who think. When dining at a private linn sc. if you feld \ our napkin ft indicates that you ha\o no servants nt home: if >ou do not MM it, ft Indicates that von have no sense. Most society peo pío prefer th.» latter. . When rising from ymir chair, never touch ;!ie »'lair with your hands. It : :> unnatural not to enid«' er help your- self with yr ur hands, but anything , that is unnatural and idiotic generally
THE ART OF PUTTING THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
THE ART OF PUTTING THINGS. YVurds are our servants, and if wo wit; wo may make thom convey our meaning with so much tact and de- licacy that a strom; reproof may lit- ad m mistered without, iriving offence, it takes some thought and trouble tn acijuire "the art of putting things." bur it ls one which is well worth cul- tivation, fur it will win for us many a vic.hc'v 'Ahere without it we must , have met defeat.
A WEDDING-GOWN SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
A WEDDING- GOWN SUPERSTITION. 'flu; dressmakers and seaillslressea ot Paris have a nualut superstition that, ¡Í a hair Irom the head ot one ut mein hu sewn into a bridal gown, that yiri «-iu bi conic a bride shortly aitur the bride whose ouUli is being ptepaied. The result of this super .stition ls that when a trousseau order is received, the employes besiege the head dressmakers begging them to stitch a hair from their heads into the gown, and as hair ls fine aud easily hidden, it is generally easy to humor the girls.
Accuracy at any Cost. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Accuracy .it any Cost. ?,1 Nalino her il an udniiri'r tense surprise Unit you assume i.&lt; tho second IHM?" ..Friim .Vatiire. sir. from Xalnrr. Tu si-i-iiiv tli;i' expression I asked ! an intimate friend fit (cpd int* r.s. He refused. This IMM'J me no sur- : prise. I tried scver.il more. Ktll:l 1 Iv 1 asked on.- Wim was williim tn oldiío Ulf. ami as hf han.If.I nif tlu- money : I studied iti a trlass tho expression of | my own (aro. f saw then- surprise, j lint lt was not what I wanted. I was allover] with suspicion that one of' the half-crowns misht hf a bail one. ' I wa» ip despair." Í ..Well?" Siiiil tlie other. hreath-. lessie. ' .?Th.MI an idea smi,1; nie. I rc suive,I upon a desperate enurse. t returned the r.s. tn my friend Uv next day. and un Iiis astonish.-.! countenance I saw the expression of which I was In search."
The Woman wit[?] the Icy Han[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Tlxe Woman wita tliçj Icy Haul. ! By Annie Hopkins. j That ls liuw I ul ways iliink ol' her In my own mind-thu woman with tho Icy hand. 1 shall never forget tho touch of that hand. Sometimos even now 1 lay awake at irisht and fancy 1 can feel lt as I reit it oni e pr.-ssed close, ly against my forehead, su Icily chill -a dead cold weight. lt was it beau- tiful hand, perfectly lorin,'d, with Ion;;, slender lingoT ami Miaul nails. Hut so white, and always io cold! lt makes mu shudder to recall the touch of lt. lt ls now live years ago since first lt lay for a moment in mino, lt was a hot and sultry afternoon. Weak and III. 1 crept down from my bed- room. I felt sure a Utile frosh ait would do mo good, i had been very lil. Worry, overwork, and disappoint- ment had culminated, alter a lout; bout of niling, In hrain lever. In the first place, 1 had overworked myself In preparing for my final ac- tuarial examination. I had passed the preliminary and intermediate examin- ations at the Ilrs...
HIS LIFE FOR HIS SON'S. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
: HIS LIFE FOR HIS SON'S. ! Tho bravest deed t ever saw per I formed was on a night when our life í boat was called out to a ship In dis- tress in tho North Sea, off the wild Yorkshire coast. The sea was a seething, hollín» heap of nngry waters, and our hearts sank within us for tho safety of our lifeboatmen, as their boat rose giddily or sank from view In the deep troughs of water. It had not proceeded many yards before lt "turned turtle," liing. lng Its occupants Into the sea, In front of the seawall. Hopes were thrown to the struggling men who were making frantic efforts to scale tho wall by tho ledges, as each wave receded, only to be wash ed "off again ns the next wave came roaring In. At Inst all the men wore hauled, up save one. He had managed to reach some stone steps leading from tho sands to the top of the wall, for fortunately at tho moment there was a retreating wave. He had strtig. glod half way up when his father dashed down to meet him, at tho risk of his life. Catchi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
BRINSMEAD PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, . Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Steinmayr, ORGANS 3Y Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Li'en! al!u\.-a...:es o "old Pianos in exchange EASY TERM ii WRiTE FOR CATALOGUES rOLE AGENT Cl IV! P'S AV^- The Piano People, rU>L*!U/-\ I w- George-st Launceston Flou. garvey, JVIiEier, $a\A/, Plaining aqd [Moulding Mill? Etc. K 'LLFtî FLOUR. SHARPS. POLLARD, BRAN, OATMEAL :¡'&lt;l LED OATS AND ALL MILLED LINES AT Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. 0WISTING DONE AT CURRENT RATES. TIM BK- CUT T') /ORDER. SEASONED BOARDS, T. & G. FL0OR i\-'r. K- W BOARDS SAWN LATHS, PALINGS AND FENCING 1 ' DROOPERS ALWAY ON HAND. or New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought Exchanged at The Mari Deloraine. U. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. you are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Watts Deloraine A F I" L L SUPPLY OF SEASONMVI' TIM UER ALWAYS ...
Wilmot Divisional Council LIBERAL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Wilmot Divisional Council L113KKAL LE AG I'E A metung ul council was held on Saturday at Fitzpatrick's Uotel Del. raine. There waa a good représenta- tion of branches. The' lion John liope president was in the chair, Tlicre were also present two delegates from the Bass Divisional Council «lio were heartily welcomed and tiley assisted the council materially in their deliberationí. Tho alterations of the constitution e.nd rules which had been recommended bi the conference at Launceston and which the Slate Council lind sent to die Divi- sional Council for their snegesnoi.s were carefully gone into and were pass- ed with some minor dentils which tin y suggested thut the connell sliund con «Wer. d&U^.*-.? The report of the finance committee was received Bnd it was decided that tile Wilmot Divisional Council should ap- point a secretary and organiser for Wil- mot alone and they appointed a subconi niutec to deal with the matter, J
Lighting Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
Lighting Charges, a The subject oí lighting charges lias nt last reached finality at least aa far as the present year is cou ct! rued. Atter a juristderable quantity of debate, motion, umendment, and ie amendment, the charges were fixed at Od. 3d. and -ld. per unit without re bat«. Thia wad how the position stood at the conclusion of the June meeting lut nt !a>t Monday's meeting it was moi fd by Cr Hall that u rebate of one penny per unit be grunt- ed to all users of current provided that the account is paid within one month of demand. This was seconded by Cr. McMahon. A lengthy and vigorous discussion took [Ince which was conduc- ted on the opposition side by Councillors Gilbert, Uingstor, Flowers and Grnbb, while the i rii.cipaî si eakers in favour of the pruju-M- were Crs Fitzpatrick Lca royd and Lee and the iiiuvtr and secon- der, ííe ver ü I lively exchanges toole j lac-. Os Uiny-ton Learoyd and GU beit Ut jug prominent in ibis respect. Cr Flowers described the \ roceedíng a...
Social [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
tos»«- Social,,, t-_' li wu? recently deciden to hold a luir io tiid of the !Ncw G nineo- Mission con- ducted hy thc Anglican Church und in eormetion Milli this elimt u social was lu-ld in the club room al the rear of Mrs Pitt's residence the proceeds to be used in purchasing material to lie made up for the fair. The venture was main- ly a children's effort but was under the supervision ol' Miss Myrtia Smith and pruved very successful a satisfactory amount being netted. There was a j good number present and an enjoyable evening rías spent a variety of parlour games being indulged tn. A nice sup- per was handed round and much apprec- iated. Much «edit is due to other members of the family and friends who assisted in providing the supper and in other nays but the actual organisa- tion was duo to Miss Smith's efforts and il was a big undertaking for so young alady to corry out su successfully.
WHY THE SON WAS ABSENT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
WHY THE SON WAS ABSENT. A wealthy farmer, aged ¡ll years, named Kindor. lias boen married to n young girl at Orsova, ¡ii Hungary A large number o[ lils children by bis two previous WIVPR were present, but Hip venerable bridegroom had to excuse lo bis wife the absence of bis eldest son. aged 70, ns bc hap- pened to be celebrating his own be- trothal on the same dav. After HM' WI ddlng Kinder led the'dance in gal laut style with his bride, according to Hungarian custom. Tile happiness nt life ls made up of minute fragments, the little soon-fur gotten charities of a kiss or a sniih". a kind look, a heartfelt compliment, and the countless Infinitesimals ol' pleasurable thought nnd genial feel- ing.
CHAPTER XXIV. Fire! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
rjIIAPTKH XXIV. An hour earlier two other men had driven to fJurdett-road. Mr. Davis lind eaten ins dinner with relish, as a man will aller a long day ot satis tactory work; the Colonel merely playea with his food. During tho me ll Mr. Davis would not talk business; it was against Iiis principles, ho said, willi a smile; nor could iho Colonel got him to say much during the drive. Arriving in iront of the building, Mr. Davis just glanced to right and left, and had anybody been in sight he would probably have passed on and waited a few moments ; as tliero was no ono, lie put tho key into tho lo.-k, and they entered the silent building unobserved. "ls she here?" asked the Colonel. "She has boon very comfortable," tho lawyer answered. "You would be surprised at tho possibilities of a place like this. Conic with nie, let me take your arm, as it is awkward lo lind your way In the dark." Davis piloted the Colonel to '.he private room. There he produced a lantern with a caudle in lt, lit il...
CHAPTER XXIII. On the Tow-Path. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
CHAPTER XXIII. On the Tow-Path. When Colonel Grainger arrived in town he drove to Gray's Inn. Mr. Davis would see him in a few minutes. Mr. Davis was encaged In dictating- letters to a shorthand clerk. I anil he finished this task before the Colonel was admitted to ills private room. "Well, Colonel?" ''There has been a tragedy at The Priers- ." The lawyer nodded. Ile was never astonished at. anything. Tho Colonel went on rapidly to rive details. "It was horrible," he said, "utterly horrible. What is to be dune now?" "You do not give evidence well," said Davis. "You are not precise &lt;uiuugh. s.i much depends on little things. This man Utilice saw Hick son: what did he tell him?" "He said that Bannister hail run away with my niece, had her lucked up in a building off the Runlett-road, and that ho was helpino; Hnnre tc marry her." "Ho told you, tho same story?" "Precisely." "He did not give the exact address Jf your nleco's prison?" "No." "And Bannister had gone trom The Prio...
ELECTRICITY AND BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
ELECTRICITY AND BEAUTY. lt romains for the philosopher to dé- cide whether the natures ol men and women as they exist in the electric age will he finer or less line than those that were bred in days of great- er simplicity, harder work, and lesa luxury. Hut this one can say with certainty, that much of thc squalor and tilth, the dirt that makes both buildings and people unseemly and hideous in our great cities, will have disappeared, and their smoky dens will have become as clean and whole* some as a country villa; trees will ¿.row in our city streets, and if en- vironment counts for anything in the development of the human being, one may say without much doubt, tho people will be a brighter, happier, and less sordid mee than they have been under the domain of steam and coal. It is to electrical engineering, we believe, that one must look for much of the progress we hope for In tho beautification of our towns, the preservation of our buildings, and the reduction of useless labor, ¡i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 August 1911
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