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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

Popular Column, g ICYCLK i ¡i s.ii aliuiisi iii-u-. Ca-n o; ;.;:¡i í. Api ly Alveston Mi at Ma-1. UKI J Hi A IX K. 1000 vf ,r^;Ac'-:: Making literati -ms, anil pimin.e down prices, CLl'NH, thc Paperhanger. Cnmc carly ami secure bargains. IX THE CUCKT Ol-' UEOl'liSTS UK LOKA I XE. (Local Courts Act .Iin isilicti- n.) NOTICE OK S\\LE. ArcliL-r C. M. v. Johnston Arthur. Hy virtue ot a warrant of Execut ioii issucit out of the above nained Conn, anil dated the Mb day ol August hill a constructive levy or seizure was malle on the ¿Sill day August 1 '.ll I upon one cow and call the pioperty ot the defendant wnich I shall cause lo be put up for sale by public auction at the sale yards Elizabeth Town un the J Itt] instant rt '1 pm, unless lins Execution is previously satisfied. Dated at Deloraine this Sixth dav ot S.pteinber It'll JAS DOXOHPE. Bailiff

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Ben's Logic. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

"Hen," said his friend, waking up from a reverie in which he had been gazing; abstractedly at tho shiny ex- panse of Ben's skating-rink-1'or-flies, .'is there nothing you could do for your baldness?'* Ben, by the way, is only forty. "So, lad!'' he replied, with decision. "Kittccn years ayo 1 was courting strong, and 1 tried lots o' things. [lui about that time t' Prince ot* Wales Kdward, yon know-came to opeii t' new hospital, and I said to mysel. an soon as ever 1 saw him liftin' his ¿at to t' crowd,'Ben, my lad, thou can Jive it up as a bad job, and save thy 1 /flss. If there was owt 'at 'ud cure a bald head they'd ha' cured his.'"

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Of Course Not. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

Of Course Not. From some unexplained cause the engine attached to a Scottish express once 'broke down near V-. A wor- thy quickly put his head out of thu window and impairer. "What on earth's wrang, gaird?" The guard was cross, for no records could he broken that journey, and test- ily replied: "Well, Scottie, the driver's a coun- tryman ol' yours, and the beggar has used all the hot water in the boiler tu mix grog with." "Na, na, gaird, Hie eh lei's nae a Scot," came the retort, "or he widna trouble mackie aboot the water."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

PERSONAL. Kev M. Lowther returned to Devonport from Melbourne by the Oonah on Wednesday. The Hey. F. A. Woods of Latrobe was a pas- senger hy the same boat. Mr Richard Grice, a well known pastoralist, died last Thursday from heart trouble.

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Sorry He Spoke. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

Sorry He Spoke. A man who moved to the country and bought a farm was Just getting settled, when a mun with a book un- der his arin leaucd over the fence and said: .'Just bought this land?" -Ves." "Very line farm. .Must be worth JL-iOO." ".More than that. I paid JJ GOO for it. Then there are indications of coal on it, too, which are alone worth JC1000." "You don't mean it?" "Yes, slr; there's coal on it. Then the new railway is going across one corner. I consider my farm worth I XiîOOO of any man's money. 1 wouldn't take a penny less. What are you put- ting down in the book?" "Oh, nothing much. You see, I am the land tax assessor. Other farms ! round here are not worth more than i X'¿úú or JJ400; but I've just put youro ! down at JJ'ïtiOO because you insist. 'Good morning, sir! Citad you've moved into the neighborhood, and hope you will stay some time."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Magaway's Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

Magaway's Holiday. Mrs. Chatterton: Well, Mrs. Milga way, and how did you all enjoy your- selves on your day's outing? Mrs. Magaway: Precious little en- joyment I 'ad, I can assure you. Mag away took 'is tishln -rod for ltshin', and I made a beautiful steak-puddiu' for us to eat cold on the grass. We got there all right, hut the puddin' "ad been put in 'is bag along with tho tackle, and w hen ll was got out blessed if it wasn't smothered witli worms and maggots, so we 'ad no dinner. Then our Bili 'as a tiff witli Mary Ann, an' goes off with a 'ussy all feathers; what 'e could see in 'er I don't know. Why, when she walked 'er feet p'inted at ten minutes to two. After that Jim got argeyin' with a stranger over air gun shootln', and came off with a black eye, and Magaway went on the drink; he's bound to have 'em again. To finish up, in the train, comin' back, little Billy put 'ls return 'art in 'is mouth an' swallowed lt, so we 'ad to pay double fare. No more outings for me; give me a ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Where They Met. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

Where They Met. Two hi.n.I*. Martin a-xt stokes, ar- ri viii tl n i- i li ii am ii ultural show work in n certain town, and lound :>!] tho available spaco m-cupicd l'y \isiIors. 'l'Ile ut'iiial host, know nm tho two Konlloimn wei!. :,ar Hiern his ow n bedroom, on I hoir cornelina,; to on-upr il tdcether. Tho followinc murnini: Martin 011111 plainrd of liaviiii: passel a very bad night, occasioned by iiokrs simrins sn torrlbly. Knnwine his own failins. tile laltor decided lo sh oji at .mot lin hold near by. so 11s not to annoy Mar. tin. wlio was In poor health. Stokes, roturiiinir to tho [tine Lion lo'Nt day. mot his friend ni breakfast, and sa i tl: "Well. 1 did not keep you from slorp ins last night." "Sa," replied Martin, ''yoi! did not, for I wein M .mother lintel. Hut a tuan in the next room to mo snored ovi-n weirs-, and. tin- partitions Ji.-in:; ur wood. I passed a dreadful n'mllt." To their mutual surpris", <ui mm parini; notes they found both had itono to tho s...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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As Done In France. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

As Done In France. "Some years ugo." wriles a well known nu xor j st. "1 was being il riven liv ;i French friend <if my acipiaintaiu e. He is as careful over his personal ex- penditure as he is reckless un his Fan hard. 1 did not like ihe combination, but ii is best to be tolerant to foreign- ers. Passing through a village near tít. Albans wu encountered a hen. Sip. was stalking across the road like a conspirator one inonielU. and dead the next. -Siie never knew « hat M nick her. Adolphe, whit h is my friend's name, pulled up. " 'it is useless tn go to her assist- ance.' said I. "Hat. Adolphe jumped out of thc car and went. 1 t hmm ht it very kind nf him. ¡le picked np thc dead bird and cani" running back. ? -Helas! she is um vonni:.' he panted. 'Hut she will do well tor tr soup, ze bouillon de paulet, tres deli cat.' ".flood heavens, vou're not going to take her home?' " 'Mais cert a in tunen t ! Here she would be wastell. Ii in as ue do in Frnnce. vive la i hasse! ' 'I ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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CHAPTER V. The Players. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

CHAPTER V. Tho Players. Evelyn was tho only cheerful mem- ber of the party driving out to Car dyke that autumn Saturday after- noon. Ewan Forbes sat well back In the carriage looking straight before him, saying little, hut his eyes were often fixed with an inscrutable yearning on tho sweet face of his daughter op- posite to him. His w-ifo partly understood his thoughts, nnd had moro sympathy wita him than sho would have had hart ho not told hor of the troubles that might come. She knew enough ot his nature after all these years of wedlock to grasp tile fact that ho was not a maa likely to exaggerate or minimise calamity, still loss likely to imagine It whero it did not exist. Onco under tho covering rug she gave his knee a little pat, a wifely touch so rare in their relations that ho turned to lier with a swift glance ot Questioning surprise. Then his lingers closed over hers with a force which hurt. ' All unconscious of these under- currents, Evelyn chattered on, happy in the prosp...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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CHAPTER IV. Nancy's Last Tryst. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

CHAPTER IV. Nancy's Last Tryst. When thu door was dually closed, on Alan Hastie, and lie lind disappear, cu among tuc trees, Nancy binious wasted nu more time, ölio whisked ruund Hie little kitchen, pulling every tracu 01 Hie meal away, and banked thc lire, willi many a «lance at the liunesL lace ot tho Kitchen clock lu uctwecn. Having made everything trig and taut, and set Hie kettle on tho hob, =iiu slipped tho bolt« in both doors 01 Hie collage, and went up to lier little room lo dress. ?'.Nuw I hope l in in luck Hie day, mid thai 1 muna cunio across Alan lu Hie wuods," sile imulered to her- self ns she sot out, keeping ber lace towards Ty rio Hoch. "ifs a plly talthcr didua tak ulm to i'Kalrn wi' bini." She did not meet a single person, and certainly she had no idea Ihat she bad been seen, or Hutt someone crept alter ber, lils heart Ulled with black iago and jealousy. As she neared the httlu open dell sile gave a low whistle, which was immediately answered. Then she sprung lurwa...

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The Mystery of Barry Ingram, Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER III. The Cottage in the Clearing. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

The Mystery of Barry Ingram, [j BY ANNIE SWAN. jj published by arrangement with \ Cassell and Co. All Muhls Reserved. CHAlTEIt nr. The Cottage in the Clearing. T|,L. "uuickceper's liouso at Car ! ,ivke stood ia a milo.flouring among o'," i reos in a somewhat lonely part Hie Cardyice woods. It waa In I il.it, d l,y Joseph Simons Head keen ! ' , Mrs. Dundas ol' Cardyke, and ! u s daughter .Nanny. Simons was im i Vsok proud of lils pretty daughter, ! ./jealous of her. too. Ile watched ' her so closely Hint she lind no r Viv except what she could steal. ! i',,ve' laughs at locksmiths, and ¡ , ","? thing dnsh Simons feared had .?"/.eue,!-Nancy had found a lover al'j.oe lier in station. lush hud heard the rumors, lie hap .",',".,1 tc, he in Glasgow on a certain Saturday morning on sonni business ' for his mistress, and a chance remark m."|o to bim at the guushop hud l"'""ght him home brooding. ?I heard something in Glcskle 1 di,|na like," he broke out suddenly. .'That, might very wool be,...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

I FOOTBALL. The Sheffield Sen, Cadet« paid a Tisit to Deloraine on Wednesday aad played a Football Match with the Delo- raine Caàete. Th« reinita were as fol- lows:-Deloraine 37 pointa, Sheffield 6. Those that did (rood work for the winners were Batt, Barding, McMahon, McCload, Gridley and for the losers McGrath, liong and Febey. Mr Leatoyd gate every satisfaction as central ampire.

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A BOTHWELL TRAGEDY. FATHER SHOT BY HIS SON. HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

A BOTHWELL TRAGEDY. FATHER SHOT BY HIS SON. HOBART. Tilt; Commissi mor of Police has I received a report from Sub-Inspect- or Reardon of Nev Norfolk of a fatal accident which occurred on the Southern Field Estate in the lioth wc.l distiict whereby a mai was accidently shot by his seven-year-old sun on Sunday evening. The ni tn who was a trapper was about to go out rabbit shooting. Ile left his double-barrelled gun, which was loaded in his son's hands while he let his dogs loos.'. The boy began playing with the gun winch exploded wounding his father in the breast. Phe man succumbed t.) his injuries.

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Local Photographers. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

j Local Photographers. ; Tilt- Sec ehtrv ,,f [lie De'-.uai.ie ? aiifl DT.toct ii; provcn-nt anti li.tuist Ass o :ia:ion, would !>._. picas t-tl lo itccive o local pliulo^iapliers any u;iiu niii:ed "snaps' of l'cloraiiic U.sl'.ic.- :¡i.cr, I.a-es, Mountains, Kalls, Kern' W" .chauds and Rural "'t?t ncs, for reproduction in interstate illustrated papers and any pamphlets llif association may issue also for framed sets of local veiws. X.uv i, your chr.nce nf assisting die a.;s i.iation in advertising your own eli-.*.i ¿ct. Veiws neetl not I'e i limited to one copy each as the I ¡is,, ci ¿it io ii hope to distribute sets j ni \iews fin m -tl iii various centres. C.liO \V. CAMERON', Secretary. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

PÍANOS, 3rindsrnead, Broadwood, "Collard Sc Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Rohish, Renardï, Stein mayr, ORGANS» 3Y iViason & Hamlin, Estey, !.¡!>e-.i! allr.win:cs on old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT FlWnf The Piano People, rttv^L*^ E v¿. George-st Launceston M ïïcAS E ii U *w<tUH W **** JJ J Flou» fVHHer, 3aW, Plaining arjd Moulding Millß Eic. 1 |!V-T K I.I. !." ..>;.!<. - ll A !< VA. I*. ILLA H I». lil! AV. OATMEAL : ? . . ' I - A - l> s 1.1. M . Ui".H LIM-:- Al' Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. i, 1« . ... ii.i.V . AT i;Uiili,',Xl KA ITS rt. -!?- .t r i : . . uri' i M:;IU-:H M:\-¿ I.M-;I> IIOAUHS, i' & <-. rr/)') {. IMS ,v ,V : - . > S v .V .V I.AMS. CAI, I WS A .VU FKVCl.VG ::.»? ...!:!{- vl,«'.\ V OX I1A.VI). Mew and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Mart Deloraine. J. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. ycu ere...

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FOR VALOR. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

i FOR VALOR. I By Muriel Mathias. Eva Stuart sighed, and turned im patiently away from tho latticed win- dow; yet the scene, as viewed through tho casement, was protty enough, from the smooth, well-kept lawn und beds, gay with spring Howers, to UM little silver stream that rippled mur niuringly past the end of tho garden. Nothing appeared to spoil the per- fect hurmouy of tho girl's surround- ings^-yet she sighed! Her Aunt Kuth, sitting plncidly knitting in the armchair, looked up quickly as the soft sound caught ncr ear, and her faded blue eyes rested pityingly 'on tho fair young fae.'. "liva, dear," she said, geutiy laying 'one trembling, wrinkled hand on tao girl's arm as sho passed by on her way from tho room, "when are yoi and Donald going to mako it up; surely you have let your foolish uuar rel last too long already?" Eva hesitated, then tossed her head defiantly. "When ho apologises! It ls his place tu do so, auntie!" "Were you so entirely blameless in the matter, Eva? Did yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies [to Country Clients, every Article] bought on our ? guarantee Namely: Any Client having pmclasod an article that'ails to live 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 undesire able purchase, throng1' your mistake or o rs Agreeable Service WE aim;to,make it pleasant for you to buy at the BKK H IVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telUue, tiie simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders '.)f Dra('try| to Die value of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and pott. This* dues not apply to bulky articles such as Fuini'ure. Carpet Linoleums, Sewing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been '.lie basis of our great succt. ». VALI.'K TN STYLE. YAH R IN QUALITY. VALUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVERYTHING. WE SE'.U. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN T...

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IN THE ATTIC. AN APPEALING STORY OF A SUCCESSFUL AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

IN THE ATTIC, AN APPEALING STORY OF A SUCCESSFUL AUTHOR. '.It's a dreadful position to be In to care for a man without his knowing anything about it." murmured Kitty Stanford plaintively. She wns addressing her reflection in a mirror in her bedroom. Except for the plaintive expression the re- flection was simply delightful, and, ofter all, perhaps the expression dirt not detract; lt was really rather touch- ing. "He might If lt was not for my wretched money," Kitty continued. "Eight thousand a year is a tremen- dous lot. Mow overjoyed ito was when his uncle left him three hundred a year. What wonders he was going to achieve through it. Poor Guy!" A tender light came into her eyes. "How ho reckons on his book being a success; there is no thought of fail- ure. And yet if lt did fail, what an awful blow it would bo lo him." She lay back In her chair, eyeing her reflection pensively. "I don't think he can care," she murmured, "or he would have spoke.i. I-I've tried to help him. Oh, dear...

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Food and Drugs Act 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 September 1911

i r ood and D:v¿3 Act I 1 31: Û. ¡~i>y.:-: Ol' Ta il ' AK \) I;f_.G'.'L..-.':T T !.'O H CK. , Uv u-im.in.' .M ii: Tilt' IMO! '"StlA- UHil.t." O: 1 I ? y V- n len |J floria! ur I» ; a.-I: ur.e coMuniir-.; i' ¡¡ .IL. J. ... .j; :..r {'<r.ii-i.:- ..f Un: pr'- i- ; ;. 'J:. vt.. H. lil.' c.-,H ct i'....: ...d ai'.::td ur blc-ccd u louds '.Li word.. '':UJU tat;on", ..«,.;",...« cl" or -I,....-." he u-iü UH the cu^e inuy nip..re. (c.) iiuiiinetits u jiigrvJ -.ni -f detivutiw or urutiuu c., '.._,:e ;ie:.t.s rtijiiiicd to lie derkired ai.:: nt 'do ip.amity ut |>r^i.»|.'t,a i-, w..' -u t.. v »re prirent ui-u L' tl weight H; V -1 .:.t A thc cou'.i ii s oí ¡ u- k-t umi . ..-.. ?.>..'y ::a!"Ui?iit rr«.iidioi5 crail- . i , (e) Name ol Mair.ifuutt.rc- lujpir-. i't, ii mpiiied, w Le give:;. ..!*> j,.a'.-e ul nuiuutui'* r.r-'. unicof food, (''."cpl HS -p-\..i.y |«.-. mit tdd I.JT lim ngulations i- ¡ . , :.i fti, Copes of tili-. ie_-iilutio:i- i»-. hs¿ from tin-C. m-munit l'iii...

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CHAPTER VII. In the Lovers' Dell. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 16 September 1911

CHAPTER VIL In the Lovers' Dell. Tho boat with three men on bonn sped across tho now darkening water! of Tyrie Loch. Stephen at tho las moment, fearing to overweight them remained behind. Flncastle, a strone rower, took the oars. Ingram steering Ewan Forbes sat silent in the bow They talked little; Flncastle bendlnp to tho oars, caused the light craft tc move across the quiet water with ns lonishing speed. Very soon they be came Uko specks in the distance tr the solitary watcher at tho landlny stage. Ingram needed no guiding to thc Lovers' Dell, having been familiar willi every rood anil polo ot ibo Cardyke woods since boyhood. When tho kool gritted against tho gravelly shore he sprang to tho shelving beach and drew np the boat, the others follow- ing with tho same quiet haste. A small strip of rough grass inter- vened between the water and the .fence which shut lu the woods. There was no wicket close at hand, but tiley easily cleared the low fence where there was an open space. The...

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