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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

LOCAti, A,?ÍP GENERAL We are pliastdto be able to reLOid that it ev. Hoy of the Presby teiiau Church has returned amongst us in implored health. His recent holiday has greatly benefited him, and-we-hop~e lie "will Tong continue to enjoy lobust health. Miss Winnie Miller, our talented . young vocalist, left here a few days ago en route fur Victoria. We fully expect that when Miss Miller again visits us she will have attained a prominent position in her profession, Th'e Deloiaine cricktters are rather late getting a ( move on this season^ á£. far, one |-game played aboiit a month iago has been their only jáuting. .¡íV The Presbyterian , Anniversary was postponed 6n! account of Rev Boy's illness) buV as he is again amongrt'us ¡ri health, the original date will be óbsei ved. The anniver- sary will therefore be "held to- morrow. ' , The many friends of the late Rev. W. and Mrs. Hamilton will be inter- ested to hear that Mis. Hamilton is making a short visit to Deloraine. Miss Greta Keati...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Children's Column [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

i. Children^ Column Ivf}* dear chums.-THere'are limes* when we get lazy tits, they usually come on when the weather is close and sultry, or when it is dull and showeiy. Now it lias been neither sultry nor dull lately so I presume you l"ia\e not been lazy. Nol you have been full of life and vigour I am sure, it:ha's) heei/» such weather as to allow bf you getting out in the' open air and enjoy yput selves, flying' kites and all other games, that boys and (jifia just know how to play. I' am waifing this hecaugfc'I have beeh ' lpoj;.¡ngífar.some reasi.tn,jvhy I have! hadi-nú letters or shórt»iitdÉ¡esu>Howy ever ".-am content'to wait)£or<a 'little-* whiteout. I want to appeal, to ..ydu, to try and. let me have some isooh. If you can't write a story, therVplease write me a letter.and tell me.:aome thing-ofiwha.t \iui have beerf". doiiig. TJinpw^that'riiost ot' you -are very busy fruit . picking and I am sure that theie aie tilings , that happen while you are doing that, whi...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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M.C.L. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

M. CL. I The Westbury Branch of the I M.CL. held their annual fete on the Rectoty grounds Westbury on Saturday afternnn, the weather was favorable for out-door amusements and a large gathering assembled including some visitors from . Laun I cestón. The proceedings were open- ed in the usual way by singing '"Onwatd Christian Children" during the : afternoon all kinds of ' sports, were indulged in, snch as fóbt-races rounders &c. The great centre of attraction being the' decorated bicycle parnde in this event the first piize for ladies was awarded,, to Miss Claudia Field, the second | honors falling to Miss Marie Fitz- patrick. For Gents, the fit st prize was taken by Mr Douglas Davis and W, Ingameils coming second The prizes weie awarded by voting papers. The Rev. R. Weld-Thomas add- ressed the children and friends on the ubjei ts of the league, and presen- ted the prizes. The thanks of the League are due to the Rev. and the lawn at their disposal but "tor thc many ways they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Popular Column lo words inserted in this column for fid 15 words inserted in this column for ls 20 words inserted in this column for ls 6d 15 words inserted in this column for 25 WANTED-Smart Lad, to learn Prill'ing trade. Apply by lette: to "AUVEKTISER'' Office, Deloraine, P. H. Gilbert's stud bull, services 5s. each cash £1 if booked. Good young cow for sale thoroughly reliable reason for sellirg have too many Apply W. Eide Deloraine, G RAND POPPY FAIR. SALE OK GIFTS, COM I'KTITIUNS .'¿C. AFTERNOON AT j. EVEKING AT 7. WED., DEC. 7th Deloraine Town Hall ?STALLS, SIDE SHOWS, I'ANO Y MARCHING, ACTION SONGS ETC. NUMEROUS & VAR] ED ATTR NOTIONS AFTERNOON TEA. REFRESHMENTS Admission 6d Children Half Price NEEDLES SPORTS Lemana Junction Tues., Dec. 27th. See Posters (t r Progriimme.

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Potato Ring or Brown Rot. PARTICULARS OF THE DISEASE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Potato Ring: or Brown Rot. PARTICULARS OF THE DISEASE .' . Some time ago,'-remarks'a *-'e'-. f-ournc paper, samples of potatoes fruin South Australia sho .vs signs of decay. 'I hey appeared to be iii m and s mud when dry, though some o( them were discolored on the sur- face. When stored for :i time the tubers went rotten The varieties in winch thc disease was bad were "Prolific" and "Warrior." Samples of the diseased p italoes were sent to Mr D AI'A'pine, the Victorian Government Vegetable Pathologist He pronounced the disease to b- "brown io ." In a report to the S ruth Australian authorities on thc subject, Mr M' Alpine, pointed out that the disease cursed costlier able loss in the Bun- yip district (Victoria) some years ago. The land on which the affecied potatoes grew should not be put under potatoes again for two or j three years " Selectionsof soundjiealthyseetl is of the utmost imp inane . Messrs Smith and Swingle, who have in- vestigated the disease ¡¡L-t^c -Unred States, st...

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Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than the present? YES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than ] the present? YES. [By GOLDEN ^A.TTLE.] I Ia my introductory article I placed on record tbe genenl outlines of th« policy which seems to oH>r the best! dasie np; on w' ich to build np1 a 'prospérons t Australia, lt .l'.ïs-".' how' ray parpóse, ,M.r Editor, with your kindiipermission' to.jupre folly .detail soma of the princip- al f-atarei of th< poliay profiomded.,, The fi-«t:> qnestioa ii' fondamental basis of all jthatt follows, namely the fiscal policy. '.Ibis has been;'a contro- versy ra.nging over many years, and'.'jul af].nations, and the I ezpériance of .'al important nation«, ia a commercial sence is available. Aranog many protective cnnntrixs Great Britian bas held to freotrado principals. When ic isconsiiered that ber system has been each.aa to baoditwp the princip'e with every element of risk it pos'ea, and deprive it of evMry edvai'age extepi its own inherent virtue, it CT tain ly seems that given the proper safe...

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Fruit Pests. (SECTION 3) BY THE DELORAINE MUNICIPAL INSPECTOR. MUSSEL SCALE. (Mytilaspis ponporum Bonetir) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

!. Fruit 'Pests . (SECTION 3 ) nv THE DELORAINE MUNICIPAL I IKSPECTOB. J MUSSEL SCALE. (MytilaspÍB po-nporum BonetiVi Next to the Collin Moth this ie the most eeriom insect peet in Tasmania. The Insect 'itself when foll grows, ia small and legless, an! remains attach- ed to the trnrik (or other parts of the tree attacked:-) by itB rostron)", being protected by i » ¡'efa'y covering. Thia; covering is brown and curred, being' spmttbinj like m cutaway seel in general appearance. Tho Massel ol the apple ie fels? kiowa to attack the peaiycberry^nincee, plum, hawthorn, .ont;very rarèly'tbe peach. ¿íSue-vani* eel scale is répródn?ed by e^gs -those in' Tasma-iia' batch ont in November and Dscenaber. The Larvae, when first I hatched ont a'e minu'e Bixlegzed crea- tures of a pa'e yelow co'nr. After Tan- ning abirat for a 1 tte while they, settle down and commence to fo'in Beale- aid when the teile is first being fo'mel, they can be-mos"- reah'y destróyél but the tree at this etage ii so accep...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A Trip to the Alum Cliffs and Lobster Fails. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

A Trip to the Alum Cliffs and Lobster Fails. The visitor who comes to Deloraine with the intention of //doing ii", in three or four days ?always goes away with a longing to have' another three or,'four.tci spare. Amorigst.the onetday strips 'a party bi Victorians lately made was one to the Alum Cliffs at Mole Creek, 16 miles distant, and then back to the Lobster Falls (eight and a ha'f miles). The parly left Deloraine at a quarter to 9 o'clock, and had a pleasant drive. through Lemana junction, past the picturesque resi- dence of Mr. Reg. Grubb, nestled so cosily at the foot of a number of hills, all clothed with green - foliage, the blue of Hie Western Tiers form- ing an excellent background. A little further on and the roadway to the River Falls is passed (five miles), then Red Hills, and the Needles. From here the Dairy Piains-road branches. Arriving at the top of "Bentley" H.ijl, a. bsautifnl panoram- ic view is spread- before the visitor. The township-of Chudleigh a few miles a...

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Convent School Concert [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Convent School Concert The annual entertainment given by the pupils of the Deloraine Con-     vent school was held in the Town Hall last night. Heavy rain had     fallen during the day which probably     deterred many Country residents   from coming into town, but in the   evening only one shower fell. The   hall was i'omt Jaiilv li'.c l ..: .1 .1 though better audiences have at-   tended these entertainments, still, all     things considered, the house was a     very good one. 'll e vari...:- irr.i   ments were carefully planned, down     to the smallest detail, and were effi-     ciently carried out. For some time       past the teachers at the Convent of       ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A young man employed as groom at Brown's Hotel, Wynyard, named Henry Jacobs, had a narrow escape from a seri ous accident on Monday evening. He was riding home from Burnie, and when near the Cam Bridge he was thrown from his horse, and one of his feet becoming entangled in the stirrup, he was dragged some distance, until the girth breaking released the saddle, and   thus saved him. After resting for a while, no bones fortunately being broken, he resumed his journey, Wednesday.-The Premier has re- ceived a despatch from the Agent General notifying that Mr John Forbes is voyaging to this State by the R. M. S Orvieto, which left England on Oct- ober 28 for the purpose of the fisheries of Tasmania supplying outside markets, and also regarding the manufacture of fish manures.   Mr Forbes is expected to arrive in this State within the next few days, .The regular trader "Eliza Davis" struck the sand at Smithton during the week while entering the...

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Westbury News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Westbury News A nice shower of rain fell again last night and freshened things up splendidly. The crops and grass have benefited considerably by the recent rains. Throughout the West bury District thc crops are only moderate   nothing sensational in the way of heavy yields can be looked for this coming season. In the bend and Quamby some of the wheat is looking fairly well, but the most is rather light. The same thing may be said in regard to hay and white oats ; in the latter theris likely to be a shortage on account of the continuous rainfall in the early spring. A good deal of oat land intended for crop remained too wet and to the acerage is below the average is   together with the light yield will give a shortage. In the Glenore district the crops are said to be patchy and agriculturalists are not loooking forward to big returns. The barly crops will considerably benefit by these splendid showers of rain and the yeild may be fairly good. This is not wha...

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MAN LOSES AN EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 3 December 1910

I - MAN LOSES AN EYE. The attack made by an elderly man named Hugh M'Conville on his son-in-law William Kavanagh, at Montague on Monday week, has resulted seriously. Kavanagh asser- ted that he was having a joke with   M'Conville when the latter suddenly lost his temper, and seizing a bottle struck him near the head. In a struggle which followed the jagged end of the bottle, which had broken off at the neck, pierced Kavanagh's left eye, inflicting painful injuries. The wounded man has since been an inmate of thc Eye and Ear   Hospital, Melbourne. All efforts to save the damaged member, however, proved futile, and in order to save the sight of the right eye it was necessary to remove the lacerated one. The artery of the left temple   had been severed by the bm.v. Mcconville, who is charged with inflicting grevious bodily harm, ap- peared at the South Melbourne Court, but on the application of the police, who stated that the injured mau would not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

PATRONIZE LOCAL INDUSTRY I The Dçlorainç Cordial and Aerated Water Factory. Try Kean 's Hop ale A Sparkling Non-intoxicating Beveridge none like it

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THE MOST Popular Man In the town. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

THE MOST Popular Mart In the town. We have decided to make several special efforts to render our paper interesting, and our first project is to give the residents of the district an opportunity to express an opinion on a subject of some interest. On the attached coupon we ask you to fill in the names of three gen- tlemen whom you esteem. The idea is to ascertain who are considered thf three most popular men in the Delo-aine district. If thU poll is - successfull one. we shall probably carry out a similar poll for the Westbury district. The condit- ions are as fol'ows: Fill in names and address of three gentlemen, living in the Deloraine Municipality, not being members of your own family and sign your name at bottom of coupon. The voting is confidential, only totals of votes given will be published. One person must only record one vote. Any person over 18 years of age may be voted for. This "coupon will appear for four issues. Votes will be counted at 4 oclock each Friday afternoon a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

WalterS. Bell&Co. Customs and For- warding Agents, St. JOHN STREET, LAUNCESTON Fanners pr-'duce shipped tn all marlcels in ih; Coni.mwealth. Agencies throughout the World. AGENCY FUR THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE CO. Ltd TRY DELORAINE SUPPLY CO. FOR Drapery, Groceries, Ironmongery. BEST VALUE. IN THE ESTATE .OF THE LATE HENRY »EED. DUNORLAN ESTATE. 15 RICH AGRICULTURAL FARMS, WELL IMPROVED FROM 160 ACRES TO VX> ACHES MESSRS. ALFRED HARRAP & SON, have received instructions to offer at public auction at the Oddfel- lows hall, Deloraine on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 at na m. The above farms on easy terms Plans and full information as to terms of sale may be obtained 011 ap- plication to the auctioneers. Solicitors for reference-Messrs Ritchie and Parker Wool FARMERS SHOULD PONSIGN THEIR WOOL TO Alfred Harrop & Son. LAUNCESTON, TO BE SOLD AT THE WEEKLY AUCTION. Held every FRIDAY at the CAMERON STREET MART. The Competition of the Buyers ensures good prices. AN INTERE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

- READ THE ADVERTISER 1 d. OUR GREAT XMAS FAIR. ' IS NOW ON THE DON STORE FOR See our Big Toy Window. CLOTH TEDDY BEARS iOJid Plush Teddy Bears with voice ls. Ucl. Plush Teddy Bears large size with voice 4/6, Big variety of Dolls from 3d. to ys. fid, each, The Plush Eskimo Dolls with voice 3s, lld, each, A Big variety of cloth toys including Tigers gd , Cats gd., is and 23 6d., Eleph- ants 6d., «jd,, is. and ls. 6d,, Rabbits od., is. each. Horses ls 3d to 2s 6d. Wood Toys of all kinds, Mechanical Toys in Galore, See the tumbling Teddy Bears, China Tea Sets from fid 103/6 per set, Best quality lo in Baloons T£d. each, Novelties in Spiders, Snakes, Skeletons and Trink-ts. FANCY GOODS Suitable for Xmas presents, Ladies Peggy and .Hand Bags from ls, ta t4s. 6d. each, Glove and Hand- kerchief Boxes Trinket, Tie, Hat Pins and Glove Boxes from ls. each. Newest in Photo Frames from ls each. Xmas Cards Packets 12 cards for fid , 25 for is. Art Xmas Cards fid. od and ls. each. Japanese Post C...

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AROUND THE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

AROUND THE SHOPS. With the advent of the approaching Xmas season our local storekeepers are looking forward toa larger trade than that conducted in recent years and perhaps the most njliceable of our enterprising houses will be found at the Don Stores. Our representative calle 1 on Mr j R. P Furmage the proprietor who i introduced him io sevaral departments and kindly j explained the different novelty lines f characteristic of the festive season. The fir-it department vhited was that curtaining a heavily stocked variety of general g-ocery lines in- cluded am irigst w'licit ai - sime very li ie Xmas f:Mi:s Mr Furmage has a very special line of soecialy cleaned Mildura currants and rai sens, which a.-e. finding a ready sale we understand this is a special ship- ment obtained by him on his recent visit to the main-land. There is also to be seen a splendid array of the best brands of cordials on the market, s lowing the desire of the manage- ment to cater fully for all tastes. One ip?ci...

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Westbury Convent Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Westbury Convent Concert. j The annual entertainment ¡a connection with the Westbury Convent school was held OM Friday evening 2 December in the Public I Hall and «ot with-standing the heavy rain I thal (ell through tne day and the frequent showers in the evening there wai a large attendance. The arrangements were very complet». The platform being nicely decorated for the occasion and did credit to those who undertook the task. For some time past the sisters have been busily engaged training the children and the result oí their careful preparation wa« seen tn thc renderimg of the various items submitted on Friday night. Following is the programme. Overture, Misses G. anj M. Fitzpatrick; Song,-"Come Birdie Come", Pupils; Recitat- ion; Infants Song. "Merry Dancers"-Juniors. "Drill"-Pupils; Ilecitation. "Tradesmen" Junior Boys Song-"Canadian Boat"-Pupils "Dialogue"-It and M Mackey; Song "Mile May",-Pupils, Recitntion,- "Gentleman" Juniors; Song, - "Wagoners Chorus" Boys Kecitatiim,"A t...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

Local and General News. Mr Isaac Stephens of Longford ' met with a serious accident on Fri- day Dec 2nd.. He fell from his waggan and a wheel ran over him. He was admitted to the Launceston General Hospital, and was found to have received serious inter- nal injurits. The injured man ls a brother of Mr Leonard Stephens, of Brookhead. Mr Len. Stephens has been since advised that his brother also has one leg and one arm brok- en. The first batch of returns in con- nection with the English Elections show a net gain of two seats to the Unionists, the Liberal and Labor parties each losing one. Perhaps the most important change was the Liberal defeat at Great Griinbsy. Twelve seats changed hands, the Uuio.nsts winning seven and losing live. Liter returns appear to have a similar tendancy. One return Has a rather humerous appearance: Liverpool (England), Scotland divi- sion; T, P. O'Connor (Irish Nation- ist). A discovery of what it claimed to be kerosene shale has been made at the lower en...

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DELORAINE POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910

DELORAINE POLICE COURT I Before the Warden, Mr. R. H. Í Symmons, and Mr. R Lear >ydj.l> s j Superintendent Scott prosecuted. Charles Sherlock was chat ged with having driven a vehicle on the night of the 2nd instant not caryiug I a light pl-;ul ¿cl guilty fined 2.6 and ; half casts 4 -. I Elton Heazlewood of Glenore was i charged with cruelty to animals by j overloading a railway truck with ; c ttle at Glenore consigned to j Ulverston, pleaded not guilty. Ser i ge«nt Donahue stated that on the : morning of 22nd ultimo he saw a \ truck at the Del «raine railway station i loaded with 18 head of cattle, two ' and three year olds One beast was ; down and could not get up for the want of room and was almost trampled to death the truck had to i be unloaded to get the beast on its 1 feet, it w is a j>ross eise of cruelty, j and migh'. well have been avoided ' by not putting so many in the one truck. Constable Gordon corrobar ated this evidence. Defendant gave 1 evide ice 011 his o...

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