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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
PERSONAL. Air Thomas Barber has been un- well (or some time, and is at present unable to leave his home. We are pleased to lind that Mr John Tidey is able to be about once more. Mr James Wadley is making good progress, but we much regret to learn that his shoulder was more ser- iously injured than was known at the time of the accident. The little son ot Mr John Elmer who broke his arm last week, is doing well. He takes his injury very cheerfully and insists the arm is not broken, but only cracked, when the subject is mentioned to him. Theearly departure of Messrs Will and Ernest Murray, wke have given up business, will remove two popu- lar citizens from Deloraine. Departures fronvthis town still con- tinue In addition to Murray Bros. we learn that Mr H. lordan, and Mrs H Cato, and lamily, will be- - leaving within the next few weeks. A horse attached to a trap, driven by Mrs Skirting, of Elizabeth Town, became very restive, and, but for the prompt action of Mr T. O'Meara it is proba...
GOVERNOR'S CHAFFEUR FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
GOVERNOR'S CHAFFEUR FINED. At the Prahran Court Albert G, Davis chafieur to the Governor was proceeded against on charge of hav- ing driven a motor-car at a rate of speed which was dangerous to the public. Constable Rose said that at 11.20, p.m on July 29 defendant drove along the Toorak-road at the rale of 2.} miles an hour. In the car were the Governor ami Lady Fuller and Captain Wheatley. Defendant who admitteo. the offence was fined £5.
Wireless Telegraphy. THE KING ISLAND STATION. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
Wireless Telegraphy. -:o : THE KING ISLAND STATION. MELBOURNE, Moncl.iy. The Postmaster General stated to day that he had seen the Rev Father Shaw who proposes to establish an experimental wireless sta ion at Ring Island, No objection was raised to the application of Father Shaw for an experimental license and formal permission would be granted in due course. The license would be simi- lar to the others granted under the regulations and the licensee would not have any permit to enter into commercial project for the transmis- sion of messages by wireless telegra- phy.
THE HOME CIRCLE. FOOLISH ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
THE HOME CIRCLE. FOOLISH ECONOMY. It ia surprising to note that, lu apile of the extravagance and wasiu we ure continually maring ol un ^vcrj tum*, timi a is a considerable amount ur foolish economy practised, and that by people who ought to know , uetter. lt is well known that the \toor, who ought to pay least tor everything, really pay the highest prices ot all prices which even tar wealthier pou- lie could not alford, l*or they buy cheap clothing which rips and has to be constantly re placed, llinisy boots with soles of urowii paper which come to pieces al- most directly they put them on. They uuy coal by thu Hundred weight when sometimes they could really alford to buy a in larger quantities, and, of course, at a lower rate; they buy cheap groceries, adulterated coffee, janus, etc., the worst kind ot economy, flus is the economy, to use a truism, that "spoils the ship for a ha'porth ut tar.'' W hat would be thought of au en- gineer who ruined the delicate me- chanism of his mach...
A SWIFT RETRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
A SWIFT RETRIBUTION. Ait aged couple named Mamisory, li\ing at .Maat», who wore rou- st a n I ly (-Harrell i im, li ad a pa it i cul ar- ly bitter altercation on the evening of May S. 1ÍM)*;, and after it had ond ed Mme. Mamisory derided to mur- der her husband. So. aided by her servant, she placed bundles of fag- gots under the nhl man s bed while lie was asleep, and then saturated both the faggot* and (he bedding willi oil. After tî ti TI K tug a large ipiruitity ot" neat brandy !" fortify their cour- age, they set tire to the faggots. Hut in their drunken condition, the smoke half-asphyxiated the women before t hey could escape, and when tho firemen arrived on the scene they found Mme. Mannsory and tho ser- vant, both terribly burnt, lying on the floor beside the blazing bed. Mme. Mauusory died on the way to tho hos- pital, and her husband, who never re- covered rniiscionsiiesp, died two hours later.
A Thoughtful Moment. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
A Thoughtful Moment. Our lioM mav lu1 :i small lirM. hut. il is a li.'Ul: llllaiso is possihlc, a i-ni|» is i«)ssil.li>; «lin ran toll vliilhor ll»' «¡nd may «TIft ¡is FOO,ls wlion ¡lie trill) is ri]ii!?-&lt;\ Kiimsloy. rii.--s 1,. ti.it ,11 li. Ult: «trun th.- r,,:l,l MS- in' - lr, nulli: .lu h is n"r ii~.il rialiilv »I1-11 f. HUM.- irr ¡lis It IS tun th- USO Of llir i!l!!&lt;v .".". amusomoTits of Ufo which ia danger- ous, hut tho abusa ot tbum.
Imitative. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
Imitative: Must tunk at Palsy'.- shrieked Mrs, ; Mode. "Whatever is the child think , inn of? Silo has put 'ior root through ; a kolo in a pillow caso and Mod il i mid.-I- lo r ano«, and a. tuallv sh.- has ! i-ov.T. .I hoi- h.-ad up in ll..- whl.. r I "'--lliiii 't' lil- írkíliton. -.1. molli,'i-; -said ¡ Pni»»'H lililo brother: "»ho'» only ' pb-, III: at ilrr.-r.ins lil.o a grown up , lady!" I Politeness ls benevolence in little Ulla*'- ,.
CHAPTER XXVI. The Solving of the Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
CIIAITKK XXVI. Thc Solving of thc Mystery. ll would bo difficult lo sive :in adp-1 I quate Idea of the excitement In Sel- bridge next day when thc return of IMiss Ashworth became known. Pm kU wein up lo Hie 1'ark, bm Mis Ashworth was not well enough to se him. The doctur endorsed tills sum nient. She was not well enough t soe anyone. Lawrence Bannister returned to Th Triory the next day, where, It wa expected, he would be arrested fo the murder ot Amos Bunco. Marr, Hickson remained lu town for the prt sent, aggrieved at Kvelyn's trea mont ot him. Ho wrote to her-a lov letter with.complaint In it. He dwcl upon what he had suffered, the effort he had made to trace her, ami aske. uer tor Just one line to tell him ti come to lier; lint Kvelyn w-as not wei enough to soe nnyone, und thc on line was not sent. The elucidation of tho mystery oe copied some time. The story leukei out In the village only by degrees l'urkls complained thal there was toi much reticence on all sides, and meanwhil...
THE THREE CARNATIONS A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXV. Rescued! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
A THRILLING STORY OF LOVE AND MYSTERY. By CHRISTIAN LYS, ,\ullioi- ot 'TUB liepswonb Millions,' ?.'Pue Mystery ot Lailyplacc," .'A London Cobweb," etc." All flights Reserved. CHAPTER XXV. Kescuedl Utlioiigii Uaw son threw Iiis whole \u*ir"i against tao dooriwltii despor au ^i iiorAy, savagely ciiruiug tito un nlluull Hands willen liad secured it, pu- huhs which nclü lt were strong ami snowed no signs ol giving. ?is there no ouiur way in.'" said Hnnnistor, while Hickson, shouting lui- help. endeavored tu push in tho lar v uour, willen was almost as fast int" iiuiuuvalilc as thc walt itself. "Lei mu try tills," said Couper, Inhaling a jemmy with tue deftness ni a uurglar; hut still the bolls held. ? Ill try the iront," saul Dawson. ".No no; get mat pblnH," said tlau Histor.' "Wc can ram thc dour down »itu that." iiieii Hickson uttered a cry, and .willied upwards, dmoko was rolling iro.u winnows High U[> lu tile bllllu ing. There were peuple ou thc bridge utT.v, calling and gesticul...
A GREAT INVENTOR. Sir Hiram Maxim. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
A GREAT INVENTOR. I Slr Hiram Maxim. ? Slr Hiram Maxim, who has recently celebrated his seventy-llrst birthday ha» taken a conspicuously active mit in the Held ot Invention during £ whole course of his long and -tctivi life. He was horn in Maine, lu tin. United States of America, in isT» his parents hoing o£ French descent and their ancestors Puritans. His father was a mechanic with clever ideas for a machine-gun and an apparatus for aerial navigation But good as the original Idea of the ropenting-gun was, it was tho son who waB nblo to put It Into practical form, while he also developed thc flying apparatus, devoting himself for some years, among many other thincs to the study of aerial navigation ' Sir Hiram, having started lifo as an apprentice in rt carriage bundine yard, where, among other things lie designed an automatic mouse-tran and later entered his uncle's works' Pie was next a foreman at an instru- ment-maker's, where he Invented an automatic gas-machine In his sparc tim...
The Man Who Could Not Sleep. A VERY HUMAN STORY. I. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
¡ f he Man Who Gould Not j Sleep. A VERY HUMAN STORY. I. "It's «ot a question of tho child; lt's you I'm thinking tibuut; no bruit can stand lt. If you persevere witl ene lifo it means inacuosa ur-" 'i'm not uiraid. Say what ls pass lng In your mind. Ol course, yoi mean a breakdown-death, perhaps.' "I wish I could give you more cheer iug news. I'm not here to disguise Die truth from you. ' The bard, grey eyes of the doctor carefully searched tue face of the man before bim, till l'aul Carson turned away to avoid tile steady stare. And only vaguely he comprehended the meaning of the next remark, "You're beating your self out against a brick wall, Carson. You've got to realise when you have reached the Unlit of human endur- ance, and you have reached it now." "Cannot you give me till to-mor- row? I must go through with that speech to-night. .lust think what lt means to me." Carson dropped wear- ily into a chair, but the other only lounged against thu table and gazed nt him. "I um not g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
BRINSMEAD PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronîsh, Renardi, Steinmayr, ORGANS 3Y Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal ailuv, mc onjjold Pianos in exchange EASY TER [Vi WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT PIN HI ZlVí%. Th 3 Piano People, rilYUUMVO. George-st Launceston W. Harvey, Flou. [Oilier, $av/, Plaining and jViouiding Mills Etc. HE-T R' 'LLEU FLOUR. SHARPS POLLARD. BKAN, ' 'A I'M EAL Ii" LK\&lt; t>AI.> AiD ALL M'LL-.I' LINE-* AT Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. GRISTING DONE AT CURRtiNT KATES. TJWBER CUT TO ORDER. SEASONED BOARDS, T. & 0. FLOOR- ING & W. BOARDS SAWN LATUS, PALINGS AND FENCING! DIIOOFERS ALWAY ON HAND. New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought Exchanged at The Mart Deloraine. or J. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. you are about to Bulla or make additions to your dwelling have a cnat willi J. Watts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY OF ahrt...oi\fc:L TIMBE...
A Wife from the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
A Wife from tlie Sea.' By Arthur Inskipp. Mary Darrell tapped tier dainty little loot impatiently un thu balcony ot the Mersey Sailing Club. She usually wunteu lier own way, and in- variably got it. Just now she wanter; it very badly. Her pretty, curly hoad was held high, and the blue eyes gazed detiant ly up luto the honest, big grey ones or her companion. "I can see what it ia," she saul, indignantly. "You just don't want to take mo tor a sail. ! suppose you are tired ot' my company." A hurt lcok came into the grey eyes. "How can you say that, Molly? You know lt isn't true. You must know there's nu one In thu whole world I would sooner have with me than you. It Isn't that, dear; but lt is not a fit day tor you-tor any woman-to go out in a small boat. Don't be cross, Molly. You know I'd do anything tu please you." -Molly tossed her head contemptu- ously. "You can hardly expect mo to be- lieve that, considering the only th lug I've asked you, you refuse to do, and make some paltry e...
MOTTLED BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
MOTTLED BUTTER. Tm [imper salting and improper ripening of cream arc the principal causes of mottled hatter. lîi pening cream should he mixed several times daily, so that it may ripen uniform- ly ; otherwise certain portions will develop a higher percentage oT arid than others, and the incomplete illum- ing will result in mottled butter. A n-mihir mixer or churn-dasher, work- ed up and down through thc ripen- ing cream, is th*- best mivrr. Cream ripens faster in hot weather Mian i! does in tobi weather. Cutnived cream will uravitate anti the lay er of skim milk which forms nt the bot- tom nf the ran. becoming excessively sour. 1111s the butter with sinai! white specks of rurd. Cream should be churned at a low temperature so that the butter will ¡rather in about 4â minutes, and the temperature of the cream should not he suddenly ch aimed either during the illumine or after tb«' baiter has formed. Sudden chances or tempér- ât ure cause streaky butter. If the salt is not uniformly work...
THE RESTFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
THE RESTFUL WOMAN. ! Tu come in contact with a really I i esuul w oman is, in these days ut I hurry-scurry, akin to niiding water atiur a iona maren across the desert I under thu nut rajs ai tau sun, Wheu 1 ever we meet wah friends, aequaiiu ' anees, or re talions, we perceive that they are cousiahuy "at u in sumo i way or other; either physically or mentally they are constantly on thu 1 run, so to say. Une has "such a lut to do," and auother is always saying sucU brilliant or witty things. Wu -or many ot us-have grown so ac ; customed to tuis rapidity ot aoUou : that we are just a niue inclined to 1 loon, down upuu tue woman who is ditlerent. Vet this diitereiit, but not Indiffèrent, woman is just the olio . wno ls wanted, just me one whom I it is good to meet. alie is simply a woman wno. Dy dis* j position or determination, has not joined the rush; she goes ou quietly, ; not seeing, nuanna, reading, or doing ; so much as others, but not by any means Idle or ignorant. Don't shun ue...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 26 August 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies Ito 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 undesir- able purchase, through your mistake or oars. 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 thc simple truth about what wc sell WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders sf Drapery" to the value of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and port. ThisJ does not apply to bulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Linoleums, Sewing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the basis of our great succc-. VALUE IN STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. VALUE IN WORK M AK SDI r VALUE IN EVERYTHING. WE PELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE TRICE...
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Knew the Reason. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Knew the Reason. "Papa," said the hopeful youth, "can you tell me what la natural philoso- phy?" "Of course I can," snid papa, proud and relieved to (ind that there was at last something he could tell his off- spring. "Natural philosophy is tho science of cause and reason. Now, for Instance, you seo the steam coming out of the spout of the kettle, but you don't know why or for what reason it does so, and-" '.Oh. but I do, papa!" chirped the hope of the household. "Thc reason the steam comes out of the kettle is so that mamma may open your letters without your knowing it!"
THE POPULARITY OF MONACO. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
THE POPULARITY OF MONACO. The extraordinary popularity of Monaco anil Monte Carlo ns pleasure, health, anti winter reports has, a cor- respondent of the "Lancet" points out, created administrative problems such ¡is are not td ho found no- where In Kuropr. In ihe n.'in ?; pnlity had :¡M;¡ inhabitants, and thc railway statistics show t lint ISO.LMT persons booked for Monaco, dip inc 'he course of that year. Some of th-'.u» travellers remained for only a ¡e's hours. Many went front N'ire, Men- tone, or other piares rinse at Un nd merely for the puriKise of iiulul^fa« their jamill i UK propensities. &lt; Wit TS. on the contrary, came to reside some weeks, months, or perhaps for thc whole season. In any ease tile Casino prospered, the revenue increased, and the number of visitors and residents augmented beyt>nd all possible pre- vision. The fixed population is nr.v at b-nst I'O.Htm, am! the number ol' visitors com i ni: in the course of a year exceeds a million and a h&...