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Another Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
Another Loss. Ono of Loni dimmers Lost stories is about :i man, oin iousl\ an Irishman, bo met in New York. '.What parr of Inland do von rome from?" his lordship asked. "As a matter "f f¡"'t." the New York er replied, '".'it one time 1 was a dis- contented tenant rf yours." Lord Chm niel glanced at him in sur- prise. "Yes." tile other for.tinuet] thnneht fully. *'T was. nut Ainerira's a tpieei* place. Here a iv yon and I drinking together, but in Ireland Ï eould never get close onotuih to von to hit von with a shotgun. I know, because I used to try!" "1 understand that TïnshTWch made bis fortune out of a simple invention." "No. Out of a simple inventor." lt is no usr spin-linn taree sums nf ninney tea« hin« the children how to read unless wr provide them wirh suit- able reading afterwards.
Horrible Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
Horrible Thought. The conversâtinn turned upon sur- gery, a gentleman relating how a care- less saw-hones li ad st it eh ed np a sponge in a wound. Another said it. was not an uncommon expérience, and a third offered his opinion that in the case of death under such circum- stances the doctor should he found guilty of manslaughter. Then did the lille palo gentleman In the corner put down hip paper .and say: "Gents. I wish you wouldn't talk nf such things; it upsets me dreadfully." "How?" inquired tlie originator of the conversation. "Well, throe weeks ago T was oper- ated upon for appendicitis, and only this morning I have heard that my doctor has lost his umbrella."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
Owing to ptetsnre on oar space we »re ;oonf elled to hold eyer a report of the meeting in reference to the proposed new pomp for the waterworks nntil oor next iesne. The constant drop of water «ears away a piece of s'one. The constant gnaw of Towser masti- cates the toughest bone, The constant cooing lover carries off the lovely maid, And the constant ADVEKTIÖER ¡3 the one that gets the trade. NOTICE INSPECT OUR SUMMER DRAPERY D I SPLAY A FIRST - CLASS DRESSMAKER ON THE PREMISES Sullivan's CLEARING THE BALANCE to be (GIVEN AWAY, ASTOUNDING7 PRICES SULLIVAN THE KING of STOREKEEPERS, Deloraine & WESTBURY Best Roller Flour, (Monds) ONLY 12s. 6d. per bag.
Caveside. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
Caveside. The Caveside Debating Society held the last meeting of the session on Friday evening last, when Mr 13. Flowers presided. The meeting proved to be one of the most inter- esting that have been held. It took the form of impromptu speeches. The handling r f the various items caused great amusement, and was apportioned as follows:-"Is Mar- riage a failure:" Mr T. Kose. "Do Animals Think, or do they act only upon instinct?'' Miss Nairne; "Should Women Propose?" Miss O Oliver; "What do you consider the best time of the day? ' Mr C. I llyard: "Is lighting ever justifiable?" Miss Oliver; "Opportunity," Mr Dal ziel; If the man of the house leaves his wife without wood, should she j ci ok him a good dinner?" Mr Gor- don Crowden; If you were a mill I ionaire, How would you spend your money?" Mr y. Oliver; Is dancing a commendable pastime?" Mr H. Parsons. The above were the means of biinging out latent talent. Messrs Rose, Dalziel, and Oliver did some interesting reviewing at the close...
THE MODERN DAIRY. Correct Construction. Factory Equipment. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
THE MODERN DAIRY. Correct Construction. Factory Equipment. Mr. J. W. Blick (Grafton, N.S.W.), at tho recent conference of the Dairy Factory Managers' Association, out HnOil tho requisites of a modern but- ter factory. It was necessary, he affirmed, that the cream-room should bo situated be- tween the receiving platform and the churningroom, tho floor being suffi- ciently elevated to allow the cream to gravitate from the vats to the churns. The room should he roomy, well ven- tilated, and liberally lighted. The floor should lie absolutely water-tight, and tho walls constructed of brick, cement, or reinforced concrete, lined with porcelain tiles. The ceiling should also ho tiled, though if the walls aro sufficiently high no objection could bc taken to a wooden or Ptecl lined one. The vats should he either circular or rectangular, set In a line on substantial stands, sufficiently high tn allow them readily to be cleaned. Tinned copper sheeting is a suitable material with which to const...
Deloraine Sensation SHOOTING FATALITY, THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
j Deloraine Sensation J SHOOT! VG FATALITY, 'IHK INQUEST. I Evidence of a general interest to the ciistiict attaching to the si:outing fatality on "auirday ninbt, was to be had in a crowded court chamber during the colonial enqniiy, into the ircunistances of the occurrence. Dr Cole, the coroner for the dis- trict, empanelled a jury of five, of which Mr William Harvey was foreman. Mr M. J. Clarke, appeared on behalf of the widow anil next-of kin of deceased, and Mr A, H. Cooke watched tlie proceedings on behalf , of Clark present in custody. Addiessing the jury, the coroner advised them to disabuse their minds of the fact that ambody was under arrest. Their business was to determine thc manner in which the deceased met his death. Benjamin Clark's evidence was to the effect that he and Solomon Eade had been out fishing and shooting, and on returning, they went to the house occup ed by de ceased and his mate to sell some skins. They stayed about an hour and as they were cominu away, he...
CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
I CHAPTER XIX. By the Irish Mall. Whorl tlio Irish mall ran Inln Euston soon nftor six o'elork on a cold, foggy morning, (hore was ono passenger u'lio lind a very hazy Idea what his next move was going to be. Tho passengers were few in number, but there was nothing to attract.at- tention about a slim, well-built youth wearing nn overcont of Irish frieze, with tho collar turned up about his ears, and lils bowler bat well drawn over lils brows, currying a small, rath- er well-worn brown portmanteau. Ho appeared to know Euston station well. Firmly gripping his bag he passed be- yond thc station portals to tho al- ready awakened trafile of tho Euston road. Ho walked briskly ainag In the direction ot Gower-street, but pre- sently hailed a passing hansom, and asked tho man whether ho could drive him to Bridgownter-snunre. "It's n long way. slr; couldn't do lt under flvo bob," he said with a glance at the very portable handbag which could so easily have been con- veyed by tho Underground. ...
The Mystery of Barry Ingram Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
The Mystery of j Barry Ingram BY ANNIE SWAN. rutilished by arrangemint with, | Cassell and Co. :¡ All Rights Reserved. J CHAPTER XVIII. j Dust to Dust. i Tl,,, r,.», shops in CardyUe village ».??ri' .ln-'ed. nn(l nn "lr 01 Kloonl ,nn-,|v mingled with expectancy, w inni tn lirood over thc quiet scene. ?, ,vn the second day ot Novemhor, ini Xitiire moved to uphold Imme- morial'tradition, had drawn her groy curtain across the shy, and sent a linc "in tillering through the mist. At half-past two tho klrkyard bell began Ù toll lt was the signal for many a l,,,iil in ho popped round the edge ot drawn Minds, and for moro open-j mont Ind curiosity to appear nt door-' steps rind garden gates, walting for what wai coming. I It wa.» Nancy Simons' funeral day. | The sad little cortege came out punc tnallv through the open gates of Car ilvhe lodge and slowly wended Its wm- towards the village. | There was no vehicle except the,, simple ono on which tho flower-j wreathed coma lay; a handful of me...
PAPER INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
PAPER INVENTIONS. I The latest norelty In combs is one marte of paper. It ls made of « harri, smooth-finished cardboard, lt ls not a flno-toothed comb; In fact, lt- teoih are Hbo long-drawn-out saw tc-ili, lut lt serves Its purpose. The paper comb is one to I»1 used once nnd then thrown away, lt is rle signed for travellers and for use In public baths and In various other plnc.es where now might he found combs kept tor common use; in such places these comba might be supplied hy tho establishment free. It ls not costly, the paper comb: put up In a waxed paper holder, lt is sold at retail In America for ono cent. There is now on the market n pnper towel, nnd for lt runny advantacs wc tlnlmed. The paper towel is made of ;i tomb, soft, absorbent crepe Ussm- paper made up In long strips which nr.' roll- ed. For uso pnpor towels are curried on a roller fixture. The lour: rolled strip is cross-pcrfornted at recular In- tervals, giving, to each roll Kel BOC tlons or towels, ench nbont a f.....
ARE FATHERS STERNER THAN MOTHERS? [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
ARE FATHERS STERNER THAN I M0THERS7 I Thia subject was recently discussed by a company ot motherB nnil fathers' the discussion elicited some opinion» worth recording. The general notion Í3 that fathers are moro Btern to. wards tholr children than are thc mothers; that Is a, natural idea, and the commonly expressed threat that "I'll see what your father had to sny about It when he comeB home!" toads to confirm this view, lt has come down to us from the time, long dis- tant, when mothers scarcely counted in the country, nnd when they hnd very little voice In tho government ol the housei Nowadays, however, it cannot be regarded aa. representing the true state of affairs. Mother hnB much to do with the ordering ot tho household and tho management ot tho children; there are exceptions, but, as a rule, we may tako lt that mother knows how ia bring tho young people into line, n may, therefore, bo arsuod that fathers are not more stern than mothers, and that the latter can quito malntaia a ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
A week passed willi continual fric- tion, and Meryl found It hnrd to de- cide whether her father's hasty tem- per-for tho outbreaks of which it must be owned he had a great deal ot excuse-or her mother's Irritating coldness and hardness, were the tinni- er to bear. Dut lt'slowly dawned on her with a touch of pathos that they both clung to her, both seemed to feel that In and through her lay the only hope of an ultimate reconciliation. How was it to be engineered? Mrs. Ffolllot would not admit sho had done wrong, and Beryl's father was un- doubtedly an injured man; yet his was a generous ' nature, and if lils wife would have met him half-way, or even a quarter of the way, he would have forgiven nnd forgotten every- thing. Sustniiicd hy tho hope that Lionel's parting words had left with her, Beryl was resolutely cheerful; shutting her eyes as far ns possible to tho unpleas- antness, and going on with her own small engagements (which neither of her parents wished her to give up) with n...
AFTER LONG YEARS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
AFTER LONG YEARS *~ By M. Heward. "Good-night and good-bye," said Lionel, as they parted at the gate; "when I come back tho partnership v.-Ilt be settled, and then-" He did not conclude the sentence, but Beryl's cheek flushed and her eyes felt before tho unmistakable light in his, and after he had gone she stood a lons while looking down the road by which ho had gone. Ho was not the first man who had made love to her, tor Beryl Ffolliot was pretty nod well to do; but he was the first who had awakened a kindred emotion in her heart, and the world was fairer than she had thought It could be In the knowledge that had come to her. She hardly knew whether she wished he had spoken moro plainly or not; he was going to. and that was enough, and she looked forward to a rosy fu- ture. Her mother, n cold, unsympathetic woman, who had never sought her love or lier confidence, had gone to London for the day, so there was no one to disturb her musings, and she was glad of it. She had nearly reach...
Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
Anniversary. ? The Snrdsy Schill anniversary tea son commenced on Sunday when the Methodist celebrations took place in the Town Hall. The morning service only drew a moderate attendance bat the af- ternoon and evening congregations were large, and finances satisfactory. The interest displayed by the children was a pleasing feature. The children bad been diligently trained for tho mnsical items and acquitted themselves with credit. Mies Abey deserves praise for her efforts in this matter and also for presiding at tho organ. Miss Kitty Hail also rendered valuable, service as pianist and a strong choir was a great help the addition ol MPBBTB H. David- son and J. Sherriff of the local Baptist Church and and Mr G. Byard of Cave- side being a sonrce of strength. Rev. W. H. Taylor conducted the services and gave useful and instructive ad (iiet.sc.-. His uiurLiug subject waa a strong appeal to the yonng peo pie r oto form bad habits which would rob their life of all Taine. In the afternoon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: Any Client having purchased an article that (aili to t ive satisfaction please return same immediately and we refund your money as cheerfully as we take it (rom yon. Satisfaction Always WE ate not infallable, but no one can be "stuny" here with undcsire able purchase, through your mistake or ours. Agreeable Service WE aim to make it pleasant for you to hm ;,t lix- BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our pei pie telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On al! ouleis . f Draperyl to the value of £1 ar.d over to your nearest railway stall- n and pot t. lin's &lt;!? i« oct apply to tulky articles such ns Fuini'ure, Carpet Lim.lei.ins, Sewing Machine I'iar.i s VALUE GIVING lins leen 'l e I asi.- i l our great Miccc... VALUE IN STYLE. VALLE IK QUALITY. VALLE IN WORKMANSHIP VALLE IN EVERYTHING. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 October 1911
WEDDING BELLS. Rev. W. H. Taylor has had rather a busy time this week. In addition to the work incidental to the Sunday &nbsp; School Concert and Supper on Monday &nbsp; &nbsp; and the Picnic and Tea in the Recrea- &nbsp; tion Reserve on Wednesday he has tied the Nuptial knot in two instances— On Wednesday morning at High Plains he performed the Marriage cere- mony between Mr Rupert Lee and Miss &nbsp; Keegan who after the marriage took &nbsp; the 10a.m. train for their future home &nbsp; at Campbell Town. On Thursday morning at an early &nbsp; hour in the Parsonage a quiet pretty wedding was celebrated between Mr Leslie Cooper of Exton and Rosa May &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; daughter of Mr Ibbott of Deloraine &nbsp; and immediately after the happy pair &nbsp; took their departure by 7.30 train for &nbsp; Hobart where the honeymoon will be &...
Number Thirteen. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Number Thirteen. "Kvcr sit down al a (aldo where there WIT.' just thirteen?" usk.'.l tho tuan in tin- ulster. "Otico.' replied di,, mau »uh tim tierce moustache "Well, von never ol.scvcd that »uv had luck followed it. did MUÍ?" "Why-haw -M s. lind link for most of the thine.TI '' "Any of them die?" "Not that I know of. Ni» er heard of nm- of them di ¡na." "Not pnnusii victuals tn ?.i round?" riucried (lie man with tile snuli nose. "Wile's talking about victuals? There wasn't am victuals." .T thought von said von sat down to a tahle wlicre there w.-re thirteen persons?" "That's what I said. Tho tahle was In a laWMT's office. |; was a nicotine of creditors. There were twelve of them. ! was tho oilier mun." Tlicr,. was ti ione pause, and then the man with the huggv trousers in- quired: "In what way did thc meetim; prove unlucky, if I may tish?" "None of 'cm ever cot ti shill:';: out of nie." answered the man with tho fierce moustache, heaving a deep sigh.
Not According to the Original. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Not According to the Original. Cralisnn could not oct on very well with his people ot linnie, sn ¡ie en- listed, mid, after n time, wen! to India. After some years he returned tn his native village. How surprised tiie nhl folks would he'. Un walked ilium; the village street, in lils smart-looking unil'nrm.' Iiis heart heating fast as lie neared the old homo. Opening tho uate. he stopped np tim er.'ivo! pal ii. .tust then a IV-rncioiis ,lng rushed ont and grahiicd the soldier's leg. Rlmkinc the dog off. he speedily re coined th(, rond, and \\;is stan.¡lug on the nth-r side nf the fence when his old father came ont. "Ah! my son." said the old man, "like tlic prodigal, you have return- ed?" '.Yes," growled the soldier: "hut lt's ymir confour led dog that's colored the fatted calf."
Not For Her. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Not For Her. The plumber had hoon called lu tn repair a Ieakairc In the bathroom, and was doing lils best to smash up tho bath, while the housemaid looked on admiringly. Me hud worked diligent- ly for about (ive minutes, and now he thought he deserved a rest. "Ain't y or 'card about it. then?" he inquired, pausing for a moment in his toll. "Wot d'ye mean?" asked the tiri. "Why tho Workmen's Compensation Bill. It embraces domestic servants.*' "Oil, does it!" exclaimed the house- maid, with a ring of indignation In her tones. "Well, you just (ret on with ymir work. Ï don't have no workmen einbracht' nie, and so I tell vcr ! "
Would Be Quicker. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Would Be Quicker, Ho simply couldn't help it. Ho ".vas born lazy. As a rule, if not too sleepy, he would Ret through a shave in about thirty-five minutes. nut to-day, after only fourteen hours' sleep, ho appeared more sluggish than ever. As he applied the lather to his customer's beard, lils brush lingered haltingly, as though loath to leave the stubbly chin to which it was being applied. His customer was a patient man. and stood this for a considerable time. Dut at last his patience began to wane, and lie interrupted a forty winUs' interval with a loud rough. "S'ere, lad," he suggested. "A'avo, an idea. Hand your hand, heep th" brush still, and Aa'll wag ma bead for yo!"
Wilmot Election. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Wilmot Election. I Thc following gentlemen have been chosen to represent thc Lab- our l'a ty, at the forthcoming State election:-Messis .1. A Lyons M .11 A iD.vonpoil;) W G Curwen, (Devonport;) M U Retie (Bea'.ons held; and ll ííhackluth, (.Long (ord ) IM Hie other tour who weie candidates at th: p: e-e'ection Mr Palam Min'aiu was Hie only one to taUe a prominent pasitiuu at any stage of the poll. Messrs Lyons and U Keefe may bc regarded as lairly certain to cap- ture two of the Wilmot s.ats at the general election Whether a thi'd cm be won, and which of the other two could secure it, would be hard to say at the present juncture