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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 November 1911
THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: Any Client having purchased an article that fails to five satisfaction please return same immediately and we n fund your money as cheerfully as wc take it from you. Satisfaction Always WE are not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with undes'ue able purchase, through your mistake or onrs. Agreeable Service WE aim|to make it pleasant for jon to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders of DraperyJ to the value of £1 and over lo your nearest railway station and poit. This does n»t apply to tulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Linoleums, Sewing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the I asis oí our great suect.«. VALUE IN STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. VALUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVERYTHING. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE PRICE IN COURTESY ACC...
Deloraine Turf Club. SPRING HANDICAPRAHENY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Deloraine Turf Club. -:o: SPUING HANDICAP RAHENY. There- iva.- not « Iorgo attendance at tin' S (.ring nneiitg of lin, Deloraine Turf ('lui) wh" li »n- held Wednesday, although thc prunier country institu lion ciaiM t.rt have I)'eu favored ni li more delight ¡id weither, Tia- special irain 'rom !-.>"ru'eston «Pf fairly pit , uni.-.d lau il.er.' v«. a noucub!. ! :il;-t ¡ rt' ii .soi rtng li'lk from coastal cuülrt'ä and lueal rusidenta did not seem to bc iii et ron force. The course and enclosures looked splendid despite the fault, to lio found with the arrangements the rnrrymrr ont- of wh:r*h rvn umb r Hie nip&lt;TVÍHun ot the secretary ¡ (Mr 1!. bar-yd). Music ms snpplhd j hv tfiu LMoraiiie Band and apprecaUd hy tho pal run s of the lawn. Tho club dtcided on the tolalisator being worked on th« Indi ticket principle and the investment.! aggregated X80i ld. With the Haiden Hurdle tim rnring , opened »cd ordy ihrcocf the «leven I horses li.-trd failtd to (?»ss thc ?cu!e, N"'...
For Married Men. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
j For Married Men. "Maria." h- paid, ns lie entered tho house, sponkinc before Iii? wife had liin,> in Hay a word, "thi.s house is in an awful rnnditioii." "Wliy. Henry-" she beean. '?Don't try to ox.-use yourself." he interrupt ed. "I,"ok at this room! I was -'nilli; to brine a friend home wiih me. hut I n-rraiiii'il for fear that tile house would be just in tile condi tion that I now lind it." "ll von had sent word. Henrv." ' Pent word. Maria' Why 'should anyone who claims to tie a house- keeper have to be notified so that she van seurry about und make thlncs lnuk respectable? And that eown, .Maria! It's'mitrae-ous to be dressed in that fashion at this time of day." "I could have chanced it--" "Oil, of course. Yon ronld have done lots of tilines, but you didn't. You should be ready lo entertain lour husband's friends af any time. I sup- pose the dinner is cold, too." "It's not so uood ns it was. You're late, von know." "Of rourse: and if I had brought mv friend with me he'd hav...
He Pleased Himself. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
He Pleased Himself. I The head tra rd en or of a certain puh- lin pari;, whoso work is admired by thousands of visitors every summer, is as outspoken ns lie is capable. Not ano be was ordered to ap- pear at a meeting to explain why be lind made certain alterations without consul tine tho board. "Well, gentlemen," ho remarked, in answer to tin» charge, "the alterations mv a success, and that satisfies me." "Hut that li n't the point." said the chairman. "Why didn't you consult me on the matter?" "Recause, sir, I'm satisfied with my place at present, and intend to keep it." "f don't think you're poinc the rieht way about, lt to keep your situation tuen," said the chairman. "Wi'll I do. an' that's where we dif- fer." returned the gardener boldly. "I've had the job five years, and be- fore came you'd four pardoners in twelve months. Why? Recause the VirM tried to please tho chairman of the hoard and failed. The second tried to please the gentlemen of the j board, and didn't stop :i mont...
Oh, Those Women! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
.Oh, Those Women! They met In a busy thoroughfare, kissed enid) other fondlv, then: "So, I.uey is married?" "So I hear." "NIee Kiri. Isn't she?" "Yes, very." "I wouldn't say a word against her for nnythlnjr." "Neither would I. How rio you sup- pose she managed to Ret him?" "I enn't think-ran yon?" "Xo. I'd love tn know." "So would I. It certainly wnsp't hnr ¿rood look?." "Oh. no. N'er li' r eleverneff." "Tim Idea'» absurd." "I ean't umb'vstnm! it I linit he wn = »hi'plv draïiieil tn the 'burri,." "I suppose sn. Lucy wouldn't take anvbndy's rancv." "Ko. Dut I'm alud she's landed sonienne. She's ;i dear trlrl. I wouldn't snv anything against h"t." "Wither wou',1 I, not for worlds! (Inod-bve, dear!" "Goodbye, dear!"
Parkham. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Parkham. A mi ivers.irv-.ci vil -- in ve .>..-..: iou woli th-" I'.ir li .ei Mc;1 Sun ¡.i v Sch i ri we: c In :,i ! .'"?..., div. Hie -ertia'i livvie; I.e.:" '. ternlea. liv. \V II. Ta;. , . . t I »cl Kim!' c Hiiliiv'U'tl l!- c . e: ?. ? ? - At thc ai' tc r ii >.i . i c th- v :. tribiiilou 'il I'll,' ", ! . t.| I V, .Old in M iii Liv cvi'iiine .1 uv: ::''."" ec; was hold, "which wa; wei', atlevcv lu tile evening ;i c merit .lin! outee flippe- w is he!.I, the scating .ive : .> in -.Uti ni heme, taxed t ¡is up:- -e.. Thc chair wis o,'copied hv Kev W. II Taylor, a rl item ; reidero¡ hv Misses'M. Ive:it rn, il. Pole. M. sos C. au i A K uh ii.!, So:phe- . \. Wils 1:1, I". II. T iv i >?-, O. .M:!--, A H-i.ve, an I Mr I'.eil in liv riir ll-.-'. W 'll Pari ir nu lc, special "r.'eiv-. ce t i the a ;¡s:a icc .e-adored > .>;':.: chmctie ; .il; . lin' good -e. - d .no l>v thc ' ' it Í ntl Iv. The pi o cods am united t > O'-'- Special pii/ -s ! ir o i ul c ia luci wee aw....
Preparing. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Preparing. Tilo minister's wife engaged a new servant. Tile Kiri was very friendly with a constable, and one day she invited him to como round to soo her. When ho carno it was washing-day. She wont mid fetched him some heer, biscuits, and cheese; but just then a voieo called out; "Marv, have you started to wash yet?" "Yes," replied Mary. Not satisfied with thc tone of the reply, "Mary's mitsress followed her first question up with: ''What are you doing now?" "Oh, I am Just filling up the copper," the too truthful girl answered.
AMUSING INCIDENTS. A Greatly Relieved Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
AMUSING INCIDENTS. A Greatly Relieved Edltjîr">'-.- ' Hu slided imo tho olllee and iiulet ly ¡i|i|ir.,:icliüil iho 1'ilitcir's desi;. "I lirivi? written a poem-" lie tit-gan. "Well." e.velaimed thu editor. I le th un went on. "I have written il puelll on 'My Fa flier's Ham,' an-" "Oh," Interrupted the editor, "you don't unow how greatly I am relieved. A i io'1 ni written on your rather's barn, eli? I was afraid lt was written on paper, and that you wanted mo to pub llsh it. If I shmiltl ever happen to drive pan your father's barn, I'll stop and read tho poem."
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. Artificial toot li niailo of paper can now lu- obtained. They aro said to retain tlu ir color, and are less likely to (hip than ordinary raise teeth. Stool which ls rusty should be soaked for several hours with linseed oil and then polished with unslaked lime or emery-powder, which ls verv easily worked if it is used on a rork which has been dipped in linseed oil. A substituto for radium, consider- ably cheaper, has been dlsenvoreit, which Is stated to be quite as valu- able for medical purposes. It ls call- ed mesothoriuni, and is made from thorium, a heavy, metallic, iron-groy powdor extracted from thorite, a min-1 oral found principally in Norway. A now source of rubber has been found In Borneo, according to a paper read on the subject herore tho Ara demie des Sciences hy Professor Dy bowskl. H conies from tho milk of a plant known as Dycra cosnilata, and after coagulating tho milk forms a white gnni known as ".jeliilonc." When quito dried tile matter is al...
THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
THE HOUSEHOLD A Simple Omelette.-Ueat together I in an earthenware bowl live ounces ot' powdered sugar, the yolks of six . Q^'tí, anti a tlavoi lug of vanilla pow* j der till a smooth cream is formed, ihen stir in lightly the whites cf the six eggs beaten to a stiff froth. Pour ! ibis mixture into a shallow oval pie : dish, after buttering it well at the bottom and sides, and bake the onie lotto in a moderato oven for twenty five minutes. Kive minutes before it is dei'u sprinkle it over \-lth a linîu i i-'ln:; ¡.i.gur, and gla/.e it »n thu o-.tu or under a Salamander. It must be served the moment it comes out of the oven. A savory omelette may bc I prepared in tho same way if grated j 'cheese or tomato puree is used in-! I stcaj of sugar, willi a soasuniiif, rf ! s.'ilt and popper. These baked omu ' letica make an agreeable chaine J rom the fried varieties, moreover they are easier for an amateur to cook. I Dato Chutney.-Six pounds of dates, I two pounds raisins, stoned, une pound ,...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Local & Gçrççral -: o: M US "COGEE (America). Two (¿owoiys rode up tv» a church during service .md shut out the lights .'iud tired through tile windows. The members of the congregation crouched on the 1! >or for safety, and afterwards the men of the congre- gation secured idles and pursued the cowboys, hut failed to catch them. Cartwrights pictures were on ex hi Iii tiu: i on Wednesday evening last at the Town Hall. There was a good a'tendance, and a number of new hims were shown. On Tuesday evening a children's concert was held in St. Marie's Sch 'olroom in aid of the fund loi building a parish room in connect- ion with the chinch work un Bind- ers Island. The concert had been worked up by .Miss Ida Keans, and au interesting piugrainme was given the performers ticing mainly the ehildien attending St. Mark's School. There was a gu xl number present, and a fair sum was raised in aid of the fund. 'Tasmanian Farmers are very much concerned over Uie recent action of the Fcdei...
Still a Bore. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
"Do you know," paid IWr. TalS*' ! "that wo formerly existed on th:.* «.«" In some other form?" . M "Oh. yes." replied Miss Ma' '"? Ij" had had quite enough of lt "Yes." added Mr. Tnlkal.d. "I «; just wondering what I was in »;y »-". exist enee." ( . "¡» "Well," answered Miss Mahej. . there is anything in heredity. ! *J*» say you must have been a hoar. "Ferdy, nm I tho first woman r1 have ever loved?" "No; I was In love with my t-'-1'"^,1 at 10. and with a circus rid- r at >~ But you arc the first girl I have c " proposed to, my dear."
Madras Mosquitoes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Madras Mosquitoes. The late Henry Guy Carleton, the playwright, when thc mosquitoes were bad, would tell his Madras mosquito story. "There are no mosquitoes." he would begin, "in Brittany, and a Bre- ton woman, about to emigrate to Ma- dras, was warned by a friend: "'Beware of the Madras mosqui- toes. They have long suckers hanging from their heads, and they will draw the very life blood out of you.' "The Breton woman arrived in Ma- dras duly, and, as she disembarked, she saw three elephants drawn up near tho pier. I " 'Ciel' she cried. 'Are these mos I quitóos?' " I "Thorp's ¡i lioliof that summer girls are always fickle." ! "Yes; I got engaged on that theory, hut It looks as If I'm in for a wed- ding or a breach of promise suit."
Tender Memories. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Tender Memories. When tho Iceman came out of No. 37 he found a small hoy sitting on one of his blocks of Ice. "'Ure!" he roared, "wot are yer a-slttlng on that for? Git off of lt!" The small hoy raised a tear-stained face. "Was you ever a boy'i ' ho quer, led faintly. "Of course I was!" fumed the ice- man, "nut-" "And did you never play the truant?" cut in tho youngster. "Of course I did," snarled the ice- man. "Now then, you-" "An' when you got home did yer fnther take a stick an'-" A lump rose in the Ice-man's throat. "Sit where you are, my little man," he gullied; "I understand."
COLERIDGE'S LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
i COLERIDGE'S LOVE STORY. I In lils young days tho peet ("&lt;*. ridge had n little love níT.-J: ivliirh I ended In disaster, for the lady ivfuN .him. In despair ho enlisted in a Tv' ! airy regiment, which ho Imp.-d would i be ordered on foreign servil-», iInt he might end his blighted car." - ca «V tented field. For family rm*-** i! dropped lils correct name, but, ima a feeling of sentiment, retained the Initials; so Samuel Taylor r. .loralee became Private Silas Tom ;>*; I ti s Du berbatch. The regiment did net leave tue country, and lt was nut fore his soul wearied of barr .irk Ute. and Its utter absence of romani c. HÜ military life ended In a e-irW ft* ion. One day, vvlillo ho ir.r doutt} weary sentry-go, two offlrers ftrollfl past Ono of them made use ot > Greek quotation, which the ether tor rected. The first insisted un ii!? cor' melness, while the other wa? J"!t " positive he was wrong. \VhIl¿ they disputed, the t-^'-rr ilonly presented arms, and respe'' frill...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
DEMPSíER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: Any Client (laving purchased an article that faib to jive satisfaction please return same immediately anti we refund your m.'Hey ai cheerfully ns we l:il;e it fr."ni yen. Satisfaction Always WE are not infallible, b':i no one can be "oUmc," heit with undesire ablc purchase, throng* your mistake or onrs. Agreeable Service WE aimito make it pleasant for you to buy at the BES-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling thc simple truth about what wc sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders vi Drapery] to the value of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and pott. This docs not apply to bulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Linoleums, Stwing Machine Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the 1 asis of our great sucée.-.. VAL UK IN STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY, VALUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVEKYTHIÜG. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE P...
Beyond Endurance. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911
Beyond Endurance. A thief lirnkc into an Amer.ran mil- lionaire's mansion thc other morn I rn? nnd found himself in the music-room. Hearing footsteps, he took refuse be- hind a screen. From eiiiht to nine o'clock the eld- est daughter had a sin^incr leeson. From nine till ten o'elnrk the second daughter toole a niano lesion. From ten to el oven the eld«\«t son had a. violin lesson. From eleven to twelve the other son had a lesson on the flute. At 12.1 "> nil the brothers and sinters assembled and studier! an oar-spllt tinir piece for voice, piano, violin, and flute. The Intruder st ackernd out from behind the screen ten minutos Inter, and falling at their feet, cried: ''For Heaven's sake fetch a police- man and have me arrested."