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Lucky! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

"We must ahvavs Ionic on tho bright side," sahl Mayor «rice, of Fort Wayne, discussing a party setback. "We must all take lesson from Hiram Husk. "Hi Husk, you know, visited tho theatre and had lils pocket picked. " 'I should think.' his wile sneered, on his return homo, 'that you'd have a party good opinion of the piece after bein' robbed of vour purse like that.' ."Yes, that's right,' said Husk; 'lint I come out better'n some folks did. Why, Marla, the old banker's ward in the piece hud all her jewels swiped, mid the banker's wife tbrowed vitro! in bis face durin' tho same act I lind my wallet stolen.' "

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Can't All Do It. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Can't All Do lt. Ono of thc lending singers of grand opera makes her own hats. What is more to the purpose, she wears them. Vet tliis does not argue that ali women should make their own hats. Tile man who rates ns a multimil- lionaire can dress as shabbily ns he likes. A prima donna with a salary of C2Ô0 per night can wear any oíd hat she prefers. Eccentricity backed by money bo comes an admired virtue. Moral: Make your fortune before you do your hat.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mole Creek Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Mole Creek Acci- dents. On Monday nord wag received of so accident which happened to a Mole Creek resident ltst Saturday making the third within a week. Stanley Rogers a lid ot about i7 wu working at Borne clear- ing at Gad's Hill with bis brother when hy some means the axe Blipped and cut hie foot very badly. As the wound was bleeding profusely and there were no means at band ot staying it his brother hastened to take him to the nearest medical practitioner. He carried him for some distance until he could obtain a Vehicle and thea drove into Sheffield where Dr. Rattan attended the injury. Some idea ol the extent of the cot may be bad from tba fact that nine stitches had to be put i ', The lad wai almost in a state of cohapie when Sheffield waj reached which perhaps is hardly to be wondered at for the journey had taken about six houri. Mr. J. Rogers brought his brother home and the latest reports state that he is doing nell. Mr Gloater Richards the young man who was badly injured in...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AMUSING INCIDENTS. He Was Right. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

AMUSING INCIDENTS. He Was Right. A schoolmaster had just finished n lesson on "Food." «hen n little boy put up his hand. On being nsked what he wanted, bo replied: "Please, sir. Jones said he knew a baby that was brought up on ele- phant's milk, and lt gained ten pound in weight every day." "Jones ought not to tell you such rubbish," said the master. Then, ad drchsini; Jones, he added, "Tell me who3e baby was brought tip on ele- phant's milk?" To which Jones hesitatingly replied: "Please, slr, it was the elephant's baliy."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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LOSS OF MEMORY. GIRL IN MALE ATTIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

LOSS OF MEMORY. GIRL. IN MALE ATTIRE. While patrolling in Hyde Paik short- ly after midnight a police constable dis- covered a young woman dressed in male attire lying nnoonseious on the grass. Sbe nae abont 22 years of age had her hair croppod short and nore a pair ol trousers a criffian shirt big belt and heavy boots. The constable bad her at once con- veyed to the Sydney Hospital where she was admitted. When tho young woman returned to consicionsneBS she could give no coherent answers to ques- tions. It eeemed as if the patient had completely lost lier memory as ehe was not able to give any information con- cerning her personality or the causs that led to her being found as she was.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

A TOAST. Ye have drunk, O my friends, lu the victors, Vc liavo toasted thc valiant and st ron g; To t!»e great of tho earth ye have drunk in your mirth. To tile wisc you liavo lifted your song, Tt is well-they are worthy, my bro- thers, As aught that the firmament spans. But T pledge you a health to the others A health to tho "also rans." To the men who went down in the struggle. To the runners who finished un- placed. To the weak and tho young, tho un- known, tho unsung. The depraved, the oppressed, the disgraced. Yo are blooded, developed, completed : They were brod without stamina, class; 'Tia to them, tho surpassed, tho de- feated. I bow as I drain my glass. They have lost, tiley are ill. they are weary; Ye have won, ye are well, ye are strong. liv the drops that they bird, by tho tears that, they shed. Hy your mirth, by your wine, by your song. Hy all that has e'er helped to sweeten Your lives; by your hopes, by your plans, I pledge you tho health of tho beaten. The health of t...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

DRAPER & SILK MERCER. T. CRAWFORD. IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER. WRITE for CATALOGUE & PATTERNS. Shopping by post, as COMPLETE as sitting down at the counter. Est. 34 Years. Novelties by Every Mail QOMMERCIAL, convenient, convertible too, RETAILING, receiving, refusing but few, y^DVANOING, acquiring, and giving attention, y^E'REoff to CRAWFORD'S needless to mention r^OR fashion, lor littinc, and favourite styles, ^RDERS are often gathered in piles. REMEMBER! endeavour always to call, i-»EPEND on't they will satisfy all. MEN'S and BOY'S Clothing Made to Order. s AH inforrnation regarding Shopping by Post is ^ßuppli^d irj our CATALOGUE, and vVherj orjc<> YOU Iventure to entrust us With an ordçr, you will be, of Commerce. (Surprised and dejightçd and wonder why you have been so long thinking about it. Special attention paid to all orders by post A complete Staff of Attendants and Dressmakers. SOUTH MELB., & HAWTHORN, VICTORIA,

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renard!, Steinmayr, ORGANS BY Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT FINDLAYS- Ine pia"° People, rnivkn i w- George-st Launceston FIOUi W- Harvey, jVHIIer, 3aW, Plaining and {Moulding Mills Etc. BEST KILLER FLOUR. Sf!\RP3, COLLARD, BRAN, OATMEAL ROLLED OATS AND ALL MILLEU LINE i AT Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. GRISl'ING DONG AT UU'lltdSl KvriiS. TIMBER CUT T > ORDER. -SEASONED IO VRLH, V & 0. FL')Orî INO & W. BOARDS SAWN LATHS. PALIVUS AND FENOING DR »OPERS ALWAY ON U \N'J New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Mart Deloraine. Geo. Barclay. Dyer & Cleaner LATE OF (Lawrence & J. Robertson.") Suits Cle.mcl 4s Cd. Dyed j5s.0(i. ; Ladies dies es cleaned and I dyed 6s cd j j Cïl.ivcs e'eaned 41! and 6d. pair WO UK GLÎAKAN TEl...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Church News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Church News í!ev W. II. Taylor returned from llie Mersey Synod of tile Methodist Cnuieli un Thursday. Ou Sunday evening Pastor Fisher preached at the baptist Tabernacle, this service being conducted as a Mein'ii at seivice in connue i m with Hie death of the late .Mr. 1'. Barber. Thc tullo AI.ig Anniveisanes are being held (Mis ni inth: - Nov. lath. Deloraine Baptist and Caveside; l'J Parkham; li-itti Dairy I\aius and Exton. The .Mole Ci et k Methodists have fixed mi Janna') -'ls' for their Aiu.i versa. y elf nt Rev. G. Wong con.looted the ser- vices m the Westbury Methodist anmvei sary on i>uuday, and gave splendid aldi esses. The large con- gregations include I quite a mun brr of visitors from U.loraine.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A FISH-SKIN COSTUME. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

A FISH-SKIN COSTUME. Ij Among tho most wonderful cw monta worn nt the present <>:n' af the etirlous flsh-skln lires», s "f ",e wealthy women of thc fi old in'"", liv- ing along thc Amur nicer. i-Mst licria. Though they cnn neill.'r r<T nor write, these peoplo are prmbn'l"' astonishing ornaments, do?id" nr'" embroidery work. Tho dress is rom posed ot several layers nf fi^h-stifn, the undermost representing tl"1 «'» of the garment proper, thc n; ; rm"^ showing (lie ornaments In tir i." <.«.? out forms. Detween these | v" ors ls Inserted a middle lay r, "'lil'' serves ns a backeround, throning o»1 distinctly nil part« of the ornament Tho pieces of fish-skin fun.uri-- 1D? ornaments are generally colored The front and back of tin' dress * adorned with these cut-out pit "cs nsh-skln with (Ish-skln thread. '.Don't you find Tom rather rough said tho older summer girl. . "Yes, I do." replied the oilier: "a"! yet he says he shaves every day. t«» Squalid: Th...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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National Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

National Disasters. Mr. Will Crooks lias hoon giving tils Coronation experiences. One gorgeously arrayed gentleman -Mr. Crooks thinks ho was a duke said to ldm: ''Ah. Mr. Crooks, you think we never have any troubles, don't you?" "What's tho matter now?" Mr. Crooks asked. "I've Just lost the huckle off my shoe." was tho worried reply. "That's nothing to my trouble," Mr. Crooks assured him. "I've just bro- ken my bootlace!" When Horace Greeley left the ''Tri- bune" office one day he put a card on his office door : "Will Return at Three O'clock." Ile got back about two, however, and as he was about to enter the room he naught sieht of the notice. Then he sat down nn a chair In the hall and waited for himself till three!

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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IBSEN PUZZLED HIMSELF. Left Critics to Explain Meaning of His Plays. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

IBSEN PUZZLED HIMSELF. Left Critics to Explain Meaning of His Plays. As every other great author, Ibsen was perpetually asked to explain what ho meant by his plays. Just as per- petually bo protended not to know. "Somebody," he onee said, "will one doy come and tell me what I do mean. Tho critic is always ready to see a double meaning In everything. In 'A Doll's House,' for example, there is tho scene In which Nora enters, followed hy a porter carrying n Christ- mas tree. Nora takes her purse and gives the porter a shilling instead of the usual sixpence. A Swedish eri- th', if you please, found a symbolic meaning In the act. Nora, he thought, was a Socialist, who desired to equal- ise wealth, and Ibsen was a Socialist propagandist!" "You never notice anything," Ibsen once said to a friend. "For instance, you don't remember nt this moment tho color of the wallpaper In your own bedroom, nut when I enter a strange room I notice tho very small- est details. Nothing escapes me. Yes, I se...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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FASHION HINTS FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

FASHION HINTS FOR MEN. I The fashion of wearing a high price lng on ono's coat for a (lay «r (wo attor purchasing new 'clothes contin- uos to he popular with nbsent-iuinilcJ men. Tho «arno air of complacence should ho worn with n hired dress suit with ono that you own you.-solf o' owo your tailor for. With tho cost of food prndacts sn high, it ls considered vulgar ..-tenta- tion for n gentleman to wear e^'S o' other traces of hlB morning repast a\ his waistcoat. Ties that nre birthday gie- fTra fond relatives aro rnrely wera mure than once or twice, and then "n!y en Informal occasions, such ns ti\im,' furnace, shovelling snow, et . In the tompornry absence Í one'* watch or diamond ring lt is net in good taste to lot thc ticket protrude even slightly from tho pocket.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

MR. L D. FISHER, PROFESSOR OF PIANO, ORGAN, and SIXGIN'G, having established a connection at Delora- ine, wishes to no'ify the musical public, and surrounding districts, Ilia' he has a few vacancies for ntending studen s.aiid gives lessons a' St.Marks schoolroom, or at their residence ii desired. Terms reasonable and reduc' ions made tor two or more in family Mr. L. D. Fisher, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC Cr, GOODIIIDGE'S Briseis Cash Store Next to STATE SC BOOL DERBY WE EXPECT TO DO A BIG XMAS TRADE THIS YEAR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

NOTICE _ INSPECT OUR_ SUMMER DRAPERY. DISPLAY A FIRST - CLASS DRESSMAKER On The PREMISES. SULLIVAN'S CLEARING SALE! THE BALANCE to be *G1VEN!AWAY, AT ASTOUNDING, PRICES THE KING of STOREKEEPERS, Deloraine & WESTBURY Best Roller Flour, (Monds) ONLY 12s. 6d, per bag.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOOKS THAT ARE READ. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

BOOKS THAT A RE READ. During thc past lew months quite a number of new books have been added to the collection in our Public Library, some of which are of considerable literary merit. Among these, there is perhaps none of greater interest than Mr Leyueux's recent work "Revelations of the Secret Fervice" To those in- terested in the welfare of the Empire this book will make a strong appeal, and the disclosures of what is going on af! over Europe, ihould cause readers to do some earnest thinking. "Dixie Hart" by W. N. Harben, -This is one of the best of the American stories, recently published. The characters are interesting and linely drawn. "Joan Mar Detective," by M. C. Leighton-In this book, the true history of a ct ¡me for which an in- nocent girl had been sentenced, is cleverly discovered by the heroine. This type of stoty is a faTourite with the authoress, but ''Joan Mar" is perhaps her best production. Among the older books there are perhaps no greater favourites than Miss Ros...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Did Not Believe in Them. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Did Not Believe in Them. "Po T believe in lawyers?" said tho Ii ti lo man, bitterly. "No. slr, I do not." "Why ls that?" somebody asked. "Itecause," replied tho little man, "a lawyer will never say outright what lie means. He twists things about so. Suppose he wanted to tell you that two and two make four. Ho would begin : 'If. hy that particular arithmetical rule known as nddilinu, we desire to arrive at tho sum or two added to two, we should (ind-and I say this boldly, without fear of con- tradiction-I repeat, we should find by that particular arithmetical formu- la be rein lief ore mont i on od-ami, sir, I take all responsibility for the state- ment I am now about to make-that the sum of the two ulven, added to the other two, would bo four.' No, sir. I do not believe in lawyers."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Popular Column MASSEY.-HARRIS. HAVING taken-up the Agency for thc above Company I am pre- pared to execute, gill orders for Binders,. Ploughs and" all other Im- plements'. Prompt attention will be given tb all " enquiries. Duplicates hept in stock. J. H. POWELL, Deloraine. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. HIS Excelle.K-y thc G ivei nnr-in Couiici Ii is approved of the following Hank Holiday in connect- ion with the Western Agricultural Associations Show: Westbury - Wednesday the 15th. November lilli (whole day.) Delor ii.ie- Wednesday the 15th, November, l!li t ({rom noon.) G. H. BUTLER, 27,10/11. Chief Secretary. r\ON T forget that the Baptist S S. *^ Anniveisary is to be held on Nov. 12 Rev. Field of Perth preaching at the three service.

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TWO KINDS OF BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

TWO KINDS OF BOYS. little boys aro really divided into just two classes-the kind that will light and tho kind that won't. lt's queer how the old warlike spirit of past ancestors crops out in a small boy. U it doesn't crop, woe is his lot. i There Is no ago at which a boy ls most pugnacious, if ho's a fighting small boy. If o's always pugnacious. It takes less than nothing to start him off. Some other small boy may take thc seat ho left; he may walk through his marble ring; p. hoy may pick up a stick just as hn was about to pick it up-any old tiling will no j as a proper cause of war. I His ideas of his personal rights are badly swollen-worse than his nose j In their defence, and that's saying a i lot. Kater on he may grant the right I to other people to walk on the same I pavement with him, but not in hoy : hood. j This ls the sort of hoy who howls i bitterly at having to wash the back of j his ears, and who combs his hair with I the towel, and goos swimming In i early March, even t...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Great Lake Routes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911

Great Lake Routes, j I i connection witu Hie routes to the Great Like, Mr R. J. Sadler, M.H.A. received a letter dom the Minister of Lin ls, informing him that he had setected Mr Trappes to provide a report giving full particu- lars of the work required, and thc éslirnated cost'of the route« froiriDel- oraine and Cressy to the Gre.it Like. These are lo be obtained as soon as the inspector can furnish them. Mr. Trappes is the gentlem ni wli-i laid nut the M miu Nelson-i.iai and IMIinger D.ive. The receipt of the above news has been a «nuce of much satisfaction lo lesidents of D loraine, to whom il is tx reinely gratifying to fi id tnat the importance of ihis work has re- ceived such prompt recoguiti <a. lu selecting MrTiappes to carry out this woik it is evid. m that tue G ,v eirnn.-tit have taken a correct view ol its importance, and intend to have a satisfactory report on the matter The ??ntcome ot his examinât! > i of the [.vu routes is awaited with uitei est, ihotig...

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