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OVER THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
OVER THE HILLS. By Eugene Field. Over the hills and far away, A little boy steals frmn his moraine: Play, And under tile blossoming apple tree He lies and dreams of the things to be; Ot battles fought and of victories ?won. Of wrongs o'erthrown and of great deeds done Ot tho valor that be shall provo some day, Over the hills and far away Over tho hills and far away! Over the hills and mr away, lt's O for tho toil Hie livelong day' But it mattered not to the soul nunnie With a love for riches ¡md power and fame! On, O mun! while the sun is high On to Hie yonder joys that lie Yonder whero Mazeth tho noon o! day! Over the hills and far awav Over thc hüls uncí far away! Over the bills and far away. An old ma?, lingers at close or day; Now that his journey is almost done. His battles fought and his victories won Tito ohhtlino honesty and truth. The trustfulness and the rrlouils ol youth, Home and motlier-whore aro they? Over the hills and Tar away? Over the hills and far away!
UNITED MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
UNITED MISSION. Urning tile ti -t «-JCS of the mis- sion thu attendances were only lUoocr.ite, lint l!i ;e ot Hie piesent week wire a mar.'.ed contrast 'hi Sunday evening s unewhere about jud were present ami most of Hie - ither meetings were well attended. &lt;>n Saturday müht. Sister Winnie ¿¿ave a thrilling ,'hl'lress on "The lVidigal Sou," which was well re- ceived. The Sunday afternoon subject was "The li.irren Fig Tr. e" anti Sister Winnie dealt vigorously with the j .evil ell'ect ol' kuy Chiist.ui poifes sion. In thc evening visier Milhun .yave a Hillie reading on 'TCarth quakes," and showed how (.he great inciense of these events was pie dieted in the Hilde. She dealt veiy plainly with the sin and indiffeieuee ot the present day, anil proved that evil will certainly bc punished. j On Monday evening cister Winnie ) was again the speaker and took up ¡ the subject of "(Jiving to G >d s Work"' urging that Christians ought at least give God a tenth of their in- ' co...
An Awful Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
An Awful Penalty. Mayor Whitlock, In an address In Toledo, America, said ot a proposed law: "Now laws must be made to Dt new conditions." Mayor Whitlock smiled. "Vou know how," he Raid, "ns I'"1 frigid winter season congeals tho streams and ravage» the wood«, tramps are apt to commit some trill- ing offence in order to bo locked up In n snug, warm gaol until th« time ot the singing of birds ls como again." "Well, a Toledo policeman arrested one of these tramps the other day, and on the way to the station house the captive was so delighted that ho danced, waved his arms and sang. "But the policeman said to him very sternly: "Hore, keep quiet, or 1 11 ht yon go.' "_ There ls nothing that makes i " rich ami strong hut that whh'h tu&lt; carrv inside of them. Wcaltu is the heart, not of the hand. Srandal is a foul noel In wh'.''11 every scoundrel fills his own buch - to harter Hs contents as R-atera truth.
ROAD VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
ROAD VOTES. j We publish herewith the detailed ; hst ut mad votes 'or the Municipal- ity, supplied by Mr Jonathan Best, j M H.A. by request.In our next issue we hope to publish the subsequent I additions to ¡his list. D IC I., ORA IX 13 MPXICIPALl TY 1 Tongataboo Road i'diiO Coder's ('.'ree's t . Alain road ! via I ¡.rm.m's 100 Parkham to Goodlcigh iou Parkham road to Flower's and Shaw's lou Redhill, to F.ilP. a id Webb's 2511 Webb's t 1 Chilcott's K.O : Russell's to Watson's and Paris' KM) Meander Bridge t 1 Long Uill ! vi i Hammond's 1 ^11 j Golden Valley to Great Lake ' | via Mansfield's lOO Humphrey's to Porter's Bridge via Morris' loo Elizabeth Town to Christmas Hills, loo Sullivan's. Browder's and 1 others 100 j Caveside to Western Creek ¿00 | Mole Creek to Liena 200 1 D^g's Ilea 1 R >ad t.) Ashdowns and Rose's 100 Back Creek R KU! to Baldock's Caves and selections 100 Sugar Loaf Run R.iad. 100 Miles' and others 100 Black Creek Road 100 .Meander Road, South, to Bowies' and ...
LOVE ROMANCES OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. Pictures Which Led to Happy Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
! LOVE ROMANCES OF THE ROYAL I i ACADEMY. ? Pictures Which Led to Happy I Marriages. B| Only a pictured ince on the Academy «.uti. A pair ot blue eyes lull ur lausu. ter and tutsclnet, a dimple mat sec-uig lo como and (jo as you look at lt, a tiny rosebuu ot a -mouin, and a dainty mite nead running uvur with goiuui curls, utily a painted lace. Um wiiat liuit'illialities ot roiniiuce may turn m Hs pictured beauty! buen was tu« sweet vision that arrested tue eyes ui lidward t'ortescue, tho wealthy scum ot tnu aouie lumliy or mat name, at tua Acuucmy hixnibuiou ot 1S54. Tuc plc turu was by a young and unknown ar- tist, uud_lt-oore tue simple but exprvs. ¡.ive lille," '''Springtime.' At the inst aigtit oí Unilair young tace, witli us merry, dancing ej'es, jüdward Fortes, que lust ms Heart, ile determined at any cost to lind its owner, ¡md arter weeks ot pursuit ran tne artist m eartn in a small village lu the Heart ol Wales. From him no learnt taut tho original ot "Springtime'' was lils...
Then He Came Home [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
Then He Came Home It WHS Giles' first visit to the sea- side; he had been with the village choir for one day. Ile was asked his experiences, and lie replied: ..Why, you have to he allus givin' to sunimat. I went on th' promenade at D, band made a collection at 10, the niggers at ll, next thê. pierrots came nt 12, and then I noticed a pillar-box and it said on it, '.Next collection at 12.30.' " No man is quite such a victim of his gullibility as he who is impressed with his own importance.
FIRST HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
FIRST HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. Wo've started to plan our vacation, We've started discussing tho dato We sliall fix for our brief recreation, Whether go early or late. Up to now, though, we haven't docided The place unto which we shall speed, So far Bile has only confided The number of gowns she will need. We're going to go somewhere next summer, The lime and thc place matter not, Tho trip will, ot course, be a hummer And start when the weather is hot. But all that 1 know of it so tar- is tile warning she wants me to heed, That whether we do or we don't go far A lot of new dresses she'll need. While I'd like to mention some places And decido on the biko or the sen, She talks oaly satins and laces And gowns for an afternoon tea. There's plenty of time left for choos- ing The month and the spot, shu's de- creed; But I have no time to be losing In getting the gowns she will need.
Obituary [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
Obituary The ile.ith is announced oí Mrs William Wyall nf Dunorlan while on a visit to her sou Mr Robert Wy- all at lienlah, The deceased lady has been in very poor health lor some cjnskletab e tune a:ul was ser- iously ill a few m jiiths agu but ral- lied and wjs able to be about, being so far improved as to ni die the trip mentioned above. On Tuesday she became SJ s.-iiously' uuwe 1 that a doctor had to be brought from Shelfield the illness re idling a fatal termination on Thursday morning. Mrs Wyatt was a daughter of the | late Mr and Mis W. Oliverand caine 1 to tins distiict with her parents about 50 years ago when the family settled at Northwood. .She was mar- ried to Mr Will. Wyatt, and since then has resided c mtinti nisiy ia the Dunorlan distiict, She leaves three sons and two daughters ta mourn their loss These are Mr Robert Wy att (Beulah), Mr Hedley Wyatt (Kimberley) Mr Cuatíes Wyatt (Dunorlan), Mrs A. 1'lapp (North Motton) and Mrs Mullett (Victoria). Mr and Mrs. Wyatt ha...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
Local & G^ï\&lt;^ra\ -:o: Da Tuesday Messrs |. Must, and J. A Lyons Als H.A. * vUite.l the AVedey Yale, tireen Hauts. Har- ford ¡.nd Sassafras State Schools, and inspected the roads in those ! icalnirs. Mr Bestretnrncd to De1 ¡r.iine ci Wednesday morning. Tile Koyal I'ortraits committee, met on Monday evening in the ante ra nu of the Town Hall, when it was decided to hold two cjucerts during j the next three months, the dxles to be lise.I t i avoid clashing with other local interests if poss hie. On Tu-'sdav '"Vening a little son of Mr l'rauic Walsh of Parkham ( 1 while playing about at home led and j I Ivolje Iiis arm. Ile was brouglit in- i ! to the town where Ur Cole set his : I ann, 11 e is now masing favourable ; j progress. j I On Wednesday evening Sister Mir- I j iain spof» on "The New Birth", and I I on TTuirsday Sister Winnie dealt I I willi the necessity of receiving the | j indwelling pawer of the ll )ly Spirit í j The meetings were bjth impressive |
Legislation [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
Legislation Two little bille »re in cinvilation which will eenie before the Ho'JSS of Assembly nt an early dale, Oje is to provide fir proper BTonwIation for shearers wbil-t employed at this work lb» nioBl important rltuses of which refer to the size of rooms provision ol proper Bleeping and eating coaveni-r ces that men Bhall not he r-q«ir-?d to sleep and eat meald in tb» time room and that W. Cs. etc ebal 1 be at a proper distance from the living nccomodatmn. The other ie called tb« Testators Fam- ily Maintenance Hill the provision* of which are intended to prevent persons from leering their families without pro- per provision. ThU ÍB a class of leg- islation whieh ia Tery badly nueeded as in the first place it will prevent disin- heritance of a malicióos nature and in tbe second will do away with the induc- ement to work nndnly on the religions feeling of the aged to obtain wealth for churches or charities. Ia these days there ar« some who will not gire to tbe work of God in a pr...
Up with the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
I Up with the Times. (liri wtth tho Gibson Girl Nock: What's that curious gilded ornament you ai'e wearing on your neck chain? Girl -with the Julia Marlowe Dimple: lt's a chicken bone I nearly choked to death on -when I was little. It seems almost providential that I've saved it till now, doesn't lt? Terliaps a rolling stone gathers no moss because it isn't on the level. Take oft the dead bird's plumngo now, O, Sally In Our Alley! And deck the hat that shades thy brow With lilies ot the valley. rolice (to clubman returning home late) :Ilere. you can't open the door with that: lt's ymir cigar. Clubman: Great Scott! Then 1 have smoked my latchkey!
Tourist Association. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
Tourist Association. Th» North-Western Tourist Associat- ion decided in conjonction with other coastal associations to ¡usn» a hanger this year the details being left with a sub-committee. It was also decided to issne a booklet dealing with tourist trips and accommodation charges as it was too late to issne a guide book. The finmoe committee's statement showed after paying the accounts presented there would remain a credit balance ot £35
Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
' Current Events. ' The political position in Nuw Sonth ' Wales is Btiil a very mixed, one. The BCèDes cf Wild confusion and the pecul- iar methods in connection with the elec- tion of Mr Willis did nat tend to im- prove the position and as since then the Opposition continues to dispute the leg- ality of th? election Parliamentary pro- cedure in that State is becoming a source of levity to the irreverent aDd of dis- pleasure to th"? thoughtful. The prom iBed writs for legal action if forthcoming will complete the comedy. The Hnon people are disgusted to find that their canal scheme is not regarded as a nat- ional work by tbe powers that be. Con- sidering some of the public works that have in the past been carried out as national tbe Buonites would seem to have some grounds for complaint. The water v. steam row in Launceston seems to have died down somewhat. Doubtless the football premiership and other important éventa bave helped to draw attention from this subject. At the same time...
FEDERAL TRAWLER ON THE NORTH COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
FEDERAL TRAWLER ON THE NO HT ¡J COAST. Thc stearn bawler E:ide.iv '".r own- ed by die Federal Government Wis observed on Thursday t i be operat- ing along the coast lins between Bin nie and Table Cape. The vessel was obsei ved by the harbour master at Hurnie who presumes that the vessel is testing the fishing beds off the - east. Thc vessel came close in at annul 7.;," p.m. but shortly after- wards prcceided about 1} miles out and dropped anchor. None of t he oflicials on board the ve-sel came ashore and their movements for to iday ate unknown.
A TALE OF THE 44th. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
A TALE OF THE 44th. In tho oiricers' moss of tho 1st Uat lalion Kssnx llcglnienl thcro is a frag, mont o! a color preserved with the ut- most rare. Tho story of this failed piece of silk is one of tito most striking talcs of deeds that were done for the Hag. Ensign Christie, who had risen from tho ranks, carried ono of tho regiment's colors at Quatre Dras ia lSlfj. A French lancer made a des- perate attempt to capture the flag, and succeeded in wounding Christie with his lance, which entered thc ensign's left eye and penetrated his left Jaw. The lancer endeavored to seize and carry off the Hat;, but Christie, though blinded with blood and In agony from li is shocking wound, managed to throw himself upon it, and so saved the pre- cious color from capture. Part of the flag was lort unprotected by Christie's body, and as lt fluttered upon the ground, the Frenchman was ablo to tear off a piece with the point of his lance, lie was bearing it off in tri- umph, but he had not gone far when...
LARGEST ELECTRIC CLOCK IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
LARGEST ELECTRIC CLOCK IN THE WORLD. Tile largest electric clock ia thc world ls one of the features of the buildings of the Hayal idvcr Society in Liverpool. Each, of the dillis of this wonderful timepiece, which is now ap- proaching completion, is 115 feet in diameter, and ls built up In 27 sec- tions. By an automatic arrangement light will ho switched on at night, when the clock is to bo illuminated, and switched off in tho morning when daylight makes tho hands readable. The arrangements aro so Ingenious and perfect that tho lighting and ex- tinguishing operation will follow the natural order of the seasons, giving longer or shorter lighting hours ac- cording to the period of tho year. When the clock ls thoroughly finish- ed in every way, structurally and electrically, tho case will be "closed" -eo speak, as it were, la household clock phraseology-and will not be touched again for 30 years. In other words It will "go" for 30 years with- out being "wound" or "set." At the end of t...
The Tourist Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911
The Tourist Trade. I 1Í Tasmaaia desires an cxemplai in the louiisi business, New Zea i land should b e tu: ned lo, lor with New Zealand, the tom ist trade is rightly lei med '.business ' and as a i i cs dt the count! y has reaped tens ! of thousands sterling in consequence ) i If the small sum voted annually by I our own Government at the pi cseul ' time, will give such splendid icturns j I as it docs, wdiat would ten tunes its : value produce. , No doubt the tourist traffic is [ - worth fostei ing and one of the ellie! I means of doing s i would be a well : I tunned road, to the Great Lake ' ? from the Northern end along the i ¡ lake und cornice, at the southern , 1 end accommodation house willi Uat j lands Hoad, I It has been the wish of thc ass >c- | i,ilion in Deloraine, to see il vehicular i drive to the lake lt has alway» ¡ been recognised by them that s ieh ; is thc grade of the Golden Widey \ route that it must ere long come to | an established fact, and hence this ; ass...