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The Mystery of Barry Ingram, Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XX. The Friend in Need. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
The Mystery of 1 Barry Ingram,! BY ANNIE SWAN.! published by nrrangemont with Cassell and Co. ? All ItiEbts Reserved. CHAPTER XX. The Friend In, Need. stephen Ingram dill nót go often to Ohsgow; he had small part or lot In cities To him It seemed all sordid md unlovely, the rain filtering through ¡lie lieavv, misty nir, tho greasy pave- ments the hurrying crowds, tho noise ¡uni din of traille, If It did not altogeth- er bewilder, nt least repelled him. Tim failure of tho bank was tho subject I" n" men's mouths. There was no nmblgulty whatever In tho remarks heard In public places, and verv little pity expressed for tho direc- tors who had been responsible for snell aa appalling sum of human mls orv. Thc newspapers were Ulled with ¡¡torios of gently nurtured women cast helpless on the world, of tired old mon bereft of all their earnings, having to fare tho storms of life once more, slenderly equipped nnd without hope; the cry of the widowed and tho father, lass was In thc air. All th...
Unmasking a Rogue. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Unmasking a Rogue. By Walter Rothwell. Tho girl who snt on ono side of thc fireplace was quite young, with sleek, brown hair nlninly und neatly coiled behind her small, beautifully-shaped bead. Her large, grave eyes and the almost solemn expression ot her Ince reminded one of tho Puritan malden Evangeline. Her companion might also hnve como from the New England States-but ot , a later period. The healthily-tunned skin on his thin but firm cheeks, tho broad, .determined jaw, und the defiant curriiigo ot his short-cropped head betokened tho man who hud fought his way through life-the pioneer and carver of lils fortuno In a new land. "You have no Idea how thu ali Cul I um that you have returned, Frank," the girl said, softly. ''I nm only an udopted daughter, but I hud grown to love your father aa If I were really ukin to him. It hurt me so to hear bim asking for you, forgetting in his Illness all that hud happened In twelve long years." The young mun leaned forward, his arm on his knee...
Wages B[?] NOMINATION of REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Wages Ber** *'5; -.? «o:- I NOMINATION ol REPKESEN TATIVKS. The "Gazette notifies that thc following représentâmes have been nominated for appointment to the undermentioned wages boards: Carpenters and joiners, including labouring work in connection there- with, (.other than carting.) Rrp resentatives of Employeis-James Dunn, contractor, Hobart; James McKenzie. contractor, Hobart; Frederick Russell, buildci Launces- ton; Alfred Henry Manser builder Launceston, Representatives of Employes-Vincent Barker, carpen- ter and joiner, Glenorchy; Harrison Faulklnef, cai penter and joiner, West Hobart; Percy George Phill- ips, carpenter Launceston; Alfred Arthur Gads! y carpenter, Latinees ton . Bricklayer«, stonemasons, and stone cutteis, (including labourers work in connection therewitn (other than carting) -Representatives of Employers Jas. Dunn, contractor, Hobart; James McKenzie, con- tractor, Hobart; Frederick Russell, builder, Launceston ; Alfred Hen- ry Manser builder, Launceston; Rep...
Bremner's Restoration. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Bremner's Restoration. By G. Addison. Thc rain fell with a steady Insist- ence that not only Imparted a tlrab aspect to the great metropolis, but also reduced the wretched Embank- ment wanderers to the verge ot de- spair. Huddled together on the benches or crouched under arches, they stared out with sullen eyes nt the ruin-washed pavements which for them stood In the light of home, The driving rain of that storm Gwopt night brought In Its wake a hint of suicido. The river, Mowing sullenly ulong the Embankment's side, suggested In Its insistent gurgle a swift road leading from want and misery to a real forgetfulness and peace. "It's got to come to that," mutter- ed James Urem ncr, shivering beneath the damp. "It's got to come to that, so why not to-night? There's no room in this Pharisaic city for the discharged convict. Who'll give a job to a man fresh from Portland? Not a soul. Wife dead! Child gone -Heaven knows where! "What is there to live for? Nothing, I reckon. Best end it, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Ofter special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: An\; Client having purchased an tir'ticle that fails to rive satisfaction please return same immediately and wc refund your money as cheerfully as we take it from yon. Satisfaction Always WE ate not infallable, but no one can be "stung1, here with unilesire nble purchase, tl;: ugh yi'ur mistake cir ours. Agreeable Service WK aim tr make it pleasant for you to buy at :!.'? BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth abeu! what tve mil. WE PAY FREIGHT On ail (miers i.f Drapery; to the value of £1 ard r.ver to your nearest railway sfaii r. and pc: t. .ï Ibis &lt;!.".! '«ot apply to bulky ' articles such ls Furniture, Carpet Linoléums, Sewing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Hat 1 cen '.he I asis of our great succc... VALLE IN ÔTYLE. TAUE IN QUALITY. VALUE- IN WORKMANSHIP VA LTE IN EVEHVTHIKG. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN ...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Local & Gçn&lt;Nrai In our last issue the name of Mrs. C. Sparks was inserted, in error, as deceased. The name should have been Mr. C. Sparks. Deceased was for many years a respected resident of the Bengeo distiict. Mrs Jonathan Best is now some- what improved in health, but the effects of her attack have not yet fully worn off. Kev W. H. and Mrs Taylor, jour- neyed to Bracknell last Saturday, where Mr Taylor conducted services on the Sunday. On his return he proceeded to Burnie to attend the meetings of the Mersey Synod. Fi om whst can be gathered, there is every prospect that after next liai vest, there will be numerous changes in the Dunorlan district, tjuite a iiumbei of residents are re- ported to be removing. In the majority of cases the North West Coast will bs their future home. In our advertising columns, Mri. JJ. Powell announces having accepted the Massey Harris agency ol Del- oraine. We wish him sjecess in his new venture. The Labour pre-election for Bass...
Baby's Death. CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Baby's Death. rORONIAL INQUIRY. An inquiry was held into the cir- cumstances surrounding the death of a child, Ella Franks, aged six months who expired suddenly st Yolla on Wednesday. Martha Annie Franks, thc mother of the deceased child, deposed that the child was born on May 10 last The child was weakly at birth. Ahout 12 3O pm. on Wednesday the child was lying on the bed and ap- peared well. About 3 pm. the wit- ness went to attend the child and found it lying on its left si ¡e. She noticed that the features were very blue and that red-stained fro'.h was coming from fne child's mouth and nose. Whilst bathing the child she noticed marks on stomach. She was at home all the time between 12 and 3 pm She brought the child to Dr Stephens on Wednesday, and he said the cause of death was pro- bably convulsions. After hearieg medical evidence, the coroner returned a verdict of death from heart failure.
Discovery of Caves. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 November 1911
Discovery of Caves. Series of caves of wonderous mag- nitude have been discovered at Circular Ponds, near Mole Creek, in a line with and almost midway between Baldock's and King Solo- &nbsp; mon Caves. The caves were dis- covered by Mr Byard. They con- tain some marvelous stalactite and slalagmitic formation unequalled in any of the known caves of the dis- trict. The coloring is unique, and in itself something beyond imagin- ation after spending six hours in the caves, the explorer did not see all the chambers, one of which would find seating accommodation for &nbsp; 3,000 people. The secretary of the Deloraine Tourist Association visited the caves, and states that reports of the beauty have been in no way ex- agerated.
Treed. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
It was at thc debating society, and the discussion had entered the learn- ed region of evolution. "Yes," said Knowitall, "there is no reason why .tho ape should not ut length become Hie equal of man in in- tellect." "He is now," declared Waggles. "Oh, no, certainly not as yet," sahl Knowitall. with an air of superiority. "I admit the ape can walk on Its hind legs* and even converse In a language of its own, according to one observer; but man's intellectual equal-no, not yet." "You forget one thing," persisted Waggles. "And what ls that, pray?" "You forget that the ape ls educat- ed in the higher branches."
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Ancient Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Ancient Rights. A Cockney angler thinking that his Highland boatman waa not treating him with the respect duo to his sta- tion, expostulated thus: - , .i.ook here, my good man, you don't seem to grasp quite who 1 am. Do you know that my family have been entitled to bear arms for the last two hundred years?" "Hoots, that's naethlng," was the reply. "My ancestors have been en- titled to bare legs for tho last two thousand years."
The Aeroplane Age. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
The Aeroplane Age. Maud Muller, one bricht, day in June-'twas either morn or afternoon -stood dreaming by the carden pate and silently bemoaned her fate. A swell ramp ll yins down the hill and, spying Maud, he stopped him still. "Wilt have a drive In my machino?" he queried of this rustic queen. "My car is new, the roads are prime; we will tie back by dinner-time." "I'm sorry. Bert.*' the maid replied, "but I can't join you on this ride. These motors arr so slow, you sec; there's naught, but aeroplanes for me, anti Tommy Dart will snort be here we're poing to Mars and back, mv dear." Thc swell crept slowly down the lane and well reviled the aeroplane. "Alas! Alack! My eyes!" said he. "This agc Is much too swift for me."
CHAPTER XXIII. The Sentence. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
CHAPTER XXIII. The Sentence. "Mother, I'm afraid you have not slept at all?" It was Evelyn Forbes who spoke, standing by her mother's bedside in tlie airy upper room of one of the old houses in Castle-terraco nt Edin- burgh, to which they bad travelled on the previous day. Eugenie opened ber eyes and star- ed round for a moment uncompre- hendingly. She hail passed an almost sleepless night, but towards the later morning had fallen into a troubled doze, from which she had awakened with a start and a small cry. The strain-was beginning to tell, and Eve- lyn, looking nt her white face and darkly encircled eyes, wondered how tho next days were to be lived through. "What day Is this?-oh, yes, It Is tho beginning of the end. I must have slept, I feel quite rested now. Pull up the blinds, Evelyn, and lot : me see the day." Evelyn moved to the window and drew aside tho curtain and pulled np the blind. They wore on the second floor in a room with two windows over- looking the incomparable pa...
FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
FARM NOTES. Trie weather conditions which Jfiave prevailed for some time are not favourable to the crops, and farmers are very anxious to see some rain. The ground is now very dry and un- less a substantial rainfall taKes place shortly the prospects are that the harvest will be much below the average. Mr. White, of the' Keanefíeld Estate is said to have a fine looking lot of crops. When good methods are combined with a suitable season for this property it is not strange that he is escaping better than the marjority. Shearing operations are in full swing among the sheep owners and some good clips are being recorded. There will be a fine shipment of wool from this district! Mr C. G. Hall has cut out, and is sending off a nice consignment. The Pleasent Vale flock of pure Lincolns is yielding A fine tally of high quality wool, some of the fleeces cutting 20lh and up-, wards. The Rural Workers Union on the mainland has issued a log of wages ranging from 35/- week and found upward. These ...
The Quaker's Deduction. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
The Quaker's Deduction. I A certain squire never nsii- ii for w accepted ndvlco. Ono day lu- drove lirtecn miles to a town and kft bf horse, and trap In a sido street lo charlie of a strange young man. Then he went oft In search ot an old friend, a Qua ker. "Thee didn't leave a valuable horse and carriage to a stranaer'.- cure. A nioM?" remonstrated his tried "Thoe'd better go got lt, an;! drive to the Hvery-stable. This town ls not like the little place thee lives lu." "I looked the young man over," sill the squire testily, "and In my Incle- ment lt was perfectly safo to levee him In charge. Let us say no more about lt." "Very well," said lils friend; but when at the encl of two boors the squire took his leave the Quaker slat his ofllce and accompanied Ibo "l"^' to tho place where he had left H' equipage. It had vanished, and IrwulrM , brought no Information ns to where lt or thc young maa left In cliarse i¡i gone. . Arthur: When we are married. I'* 1 swret it will be to sit in th....
Just a Little Favor. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
Just a Little Favor. li "Oh, George, dear, I have a lillie Bi favor I'd If ko to ask von before voa B po to town to-day," said Mrs. -Toiks. B the other morning, as her husband H was putting on his hat. B "Well, what ls it?" B "I wish yon would Just help Uz* B to move thc plano out of tho sit ting- H room, and got down those lio"!»asf). B And I want the couch carried nut ot B tho room into tho garden, « lioro lt B can ho thoroughly dusted. And then BJ If you'll just lend a hand lit -totHui ? the carpet on the lino, and lr lp Susan Bj . beat lt, nnd take down tims,- larra ? I pictures on the sitting-room wall and ? carry thom out, so Hint all tho dust BT can he brushed oft tho bael;, ind- Bj well, If ho hasn't gone! That's J«-«t ? like a man! Ask him to tin any Ht* ? thing about the house, and bo tiles cit ? ns If a mail bull wore after him! 1 Bj never saw anything like lt!" Bj
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
Popular Coluiun r\ON'T forget that the Baptist S.S.' Anniversary is to be held on Nov. 12 Rev. Field of Perth preaching at the three services. PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL goods left at ray rooms and not claimed within fourteen days, will be sold, MISS O'RILEY, C/o Don Store. TTO let in Deloraine rooms furnish ' ed or unfurnished. Apply X. Y. Z. This office. QEST flour 12/6, stone ground ~ wheatmeal for bread 10/6 bag Prime potatoes $j per bag. W HARVEY.
RADIUM AND RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
RADIUM AND RHEUMATISM. I Professor His, in an account ni the treatment ot gout nnd rheumatism with radium, stnted that in ono hun- dred severe chronic rheumatism rases under his care, which had bren treated without success with other methods, fifty per cont, showed an obvious amelioration when subjected lo the radium treatment, a great number showed a remarkable improvement, and Ave recovered complet fly. Out of twenty-eight cases of Knut, twenty-, four were considerably Improved, some completely recovering, and only four showed no change. In rep:, ni to the administration of radium. Professor His recommended the In!Kil;itif>n of radium emanation, but for this the patients must spend two hour? daily in a radium "emanatorium." Injec- tions of a fluid containing radium In ttie neighborhood of the nffeeu-il Joints are also very eincaclous.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renafldi, Steinmayr, ORGANS» BY Mason & Hamlin, Estey, iflfr* ttiflJ*«I ;.Estey,- - ^KSg« BASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT blNnLAY^- Tne piano People, rmwfc« ? w- George-st Launceston W- Harvey, lout JVIiller, 5aW, Plaining and JVIoulding Mill? Etc. ÍEST ROLLER FLOUR, SHARPS, POLLARD. BRAN1, OATMEAL | ROLLED OATS AND ALL MILL4Ü LINES AT ! Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. GRISTING DONE AT CURRENT RATES. llMDEH GUI' T ? ORDER. SEA8 )NED HOARDS, r. & G FLOO'Î SG&W. HOARDS SAWN LATHS. PALINGS AND FENCING DR APERS ALWAY ON HAND. (lew and Second hand Furniture for sale iurplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at i The Mart Deloraine. I Geo. Barclay. ' Dyer & Cleaner LATE OF Lawrence & J. Robertson.') Suits Cleaned 4s. fid. Dyed 1.6(1. Ladies di es cs cleaned and (ed 6s. 6d. Gloves c eanfd 4d and6'l. pair WORK GUARANTEED. 31 QUADRANT, LAUNCES...
FLOATING DERELICS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
FLOATING DERELICS. Captain Millar of the steamer Mon- aro whbh arrived from Albany reporte | having on November i sighted the boll of » waterlogged vessel in latitude 35 17 sooth longitude 123.25 east. A house painted white was showing with the sea breaking around. The marine authorities here hare advised Weet Australia to warn shipmasters that the obstruction ie in the direct track of jUamers.
SHORTNESS OF BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 November 1911
i SHORTNESS OF BREATH. I Respiration In health and under nor- mal conditions of rest or moderate oxcrci-o is nn unconscious net, almost as much so as digestion or the heating of tho heart, but lt is very easily dis turned, even In health, nnd In certain diseases Its disturbance is often one of the most distressing symptoms. Thc short breath following violent, oxer. Hon, such as running or hlll-climhlng. Is familiar to everyone. It Is due to' the increased call lor oxygenation of tho blood and the temporary Inability oT the heart to pump the blood In suffi, clent, volume through tho lungs. When shortness of breath ls brought about by moderate exercise or montai excitement, lt Is due to some abnormal condition, such as anaemia, obesity, a weak heart, or Indigestion. This ten- dency ls relieved by attention to the weak point, whntever lt may ne, and a judicious system of exercises. Permanent shortness of breath, or dyspnoea, ns It is technically calle,1, is a more serious affair, and i...