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Training Ship ALLEGATIONS of MISCONDUCT [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

Training Ship AU.EC,xv i oXs ci M i ícav U t OT An enquiry im,, ctr.ï.in allegat- ions of misconduct to 1>-.).«, made hy cadets, on ¡lie 'ioec: nrtlrnt train- ing ship John Murray, agaiusî a former seaman instruct- u , '-vas held by Mr Lhvyc.. P M. -;t:i:ig as a special board, j Counsel l r tile Creva Law I'e ! pai tinhut, in opening fe case s id Í that the: e was certain iuo iMncv cu j the pa: t oi the committee of I yemeni to re..pen thc-a-c. bat ¡he i Government c .nsa.keed -.hat a full - emjiiiry should lie made. Tuc alli - gations \vc:c seiious, in-.' iviug a serious charge. Three '> vs ai the ! .lohn Murray deposed to ar.p:- p::e fies.on the patt ..I a I .-mer ?::-ti-o l : or. The father of one cf the ia!;, stated that from A hat his tc!d I him, he kept the la I at heine, '.".! the officers >.t the ship S.;ul appie hended him mid brought htm bac... Mr Boyd, Chairman of the com- mittee, stated that the c 'innnttee ! dismisser! the win. Alter ittve-ti gating the evidenc...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Boy Scouts Week end [?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

Boy Scouts ' Week cml Brea:.!": ier.t s. A meeting uf :!ie l' u.vs.i! f the [!i>y Scouts As-ociati m wa- livid VI Wednesday, when the .cst-, :: nf holding a week end i -..mp was brought nnjer notice I1'.- -.lie j ? }' oV ing resoluti- ni ut tue 1 'i vied i l churches, I 'innce-toii : "Tii.it ¡hi-. Council nf Churches deoto-t I enter its strong protest against t;ie ;-e - Í Sunday as a day for v; .pu-.cuts, in connectr. n with 'die 1J. y -cent trot ips.'' After a very tull (hsca-Sicu had taken puce. *!:e c uticil v...vive -;:s ly decided : - I -nv.;! 1 t.'ie t bowing resolut! vi to the «'". uucil I Chur- ches and \arious : e'Utaiastei s thiougho-.l the State " ¡'hat the attention if -c .utm.istvr- '.-a- .'itect eil to thc i eguiation. icpi-iug ttie sanction of the dish iel i orn:::|.-i. vier to the h '.lingot wee!: end cumpa; The e vinci! dvprevaivs the c iutitiu ance nt i .coping ":i Sui.days, a id mpicsts the district inr,wiiv.wm, only to i'i.ti m Sunday vamps, ¡md then .?::'?.- ...

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Sanitary Service [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

j Sanitary Service ' i Ii w i'd imw appeal- tli.it (ur C-mici! ha- ikenk-U on est.i'.h-hiue I a -ei vu e wiilrait lt:rtln-r tit-lav I Iii- s ipplv ol pans, lids, i ini;s. ,-tc j »ls . |..r a'c.iu lo l>c delivered with I in a ni' Killi alter succeo -1? J 1 applLaut ; lia< been notiticd. Th .se willing j Í ti .indcrlukc th-.- caoviue. ..-at of th 8- wwc luve al'-i been n ''il:c:l . appiv, fut partie.:' i: s lillie dude d«J 'e-uiditi .it -ntract heine, set mt. The dep .t Ila- ..Iso l.^-n --. .v e.!, s , that tlie probable date ut thc :;,-!a!!a'ion will be ab »ut the end ni January, li is a pity that irn-aler expedition had n t been pine-Used sn that the system c >;ild have been .' : ¡ti ..; -n li -s I he c mi.nciict me::t ot the suniaiei. Having lost tins cipportmiity it would appear as thoued, little pií> puse will bc served by rushing thc s. heine near the end cit the hot we.nhei 1*11î-i service, n it he in g available for the summer, j it would have been ol c nnp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

PIAtMOi, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Steinmayr, ORGANS» BY Mason &. Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT ?fRIDF AYS- The päail° People, Wmt-ti**^ t G>. George-st Launceston 5 'loui JVHIIer, SaW, Plaining arid {Moulding M?!fß Etc. Ijc-r K 'i,i.KI,OCR. sn \ RPS. roi,i,vi:n. IHI.ANT, O.ATÍMKA.L ¡; ' [.''M i>\TS A Nil AL!, MU,I,-:H I.IN'IO-i Al' Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. '¡.¡I->¡IN>¿ i'O.v:-: AT i.riü; ;NT HAT KS. ; <.;. r !' > . >;:;>.<.:» INKU IMUID-Í. r & r. pr,i>ou. ' .'. ' > \ =¡ 11 - S \-.VN LATHS. l'A'.IV'ÎS A N" i > KKSCiyrt IM; »'¡'::i¡s AI.w.vv ox it \xii ^ew and Second hand Furniture for sale ppius Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Msiri Deloraine. ¡Geo. Barclay. Dyer & Cleaner I.-UL Ul tLaw renee & J. Robertson.) .:- Otvir.-.f 4-i. iul. byee '...

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The Mystery of Barry Ingram Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXVI. Murder Will Out. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

IThe Mystery of Barry Ingram I BY ANNIE SWAN. Ïpublished by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXVI. Murder Will Out. lt war, not surprising, perhaps, that Christabel slept very little that night. For her it had hoon nn eventful day; Ll ii"«' as she lay resting on her small, narrow lied In her cubicle at ? he ilnstel, she was weaned away for a little from tho fulness and the poi-'mni-v of her London experiences, back to the' village of her youth. She ".,lHed that night, and a nt ot weep- ing followed realisation, that sho was very homesick; that she must soon make some effort to see some of her ovia people, unless her usefulness was to bo impaired. She went back In thought to her last year at home, and all the strnngo «ad episodes it had held. Tho bank disaster was now a thing of the past, and Christabel had never so much as heard it named since she came to Lon- don; but Its consequences were far reaching and Immediate. Ewan Forbes was expiating his crlmo ...

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WONDERFUL PRESENCE OF MIND. Calmness Under Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

WONDERFUL PRESENCE OP MIND. -, Calmness Under Difficulties. Shortly after leaving school tho father of tho present Lord Kinnaird nnd Mr. Gladstone, both youths spent sotuo Hmo together In Italy. One dav they were In tho Mediterranean i" ., light craft when n furious storm sud denly arose. After struggling ' for' some considerable timo against lt \\w boatmen gave way to panic, and cast themselves down In the bottom of tho ' boat and began to pray. Left tn her t-.eir, .tho little vessel was in Imminent danger of foundering, and hud it not been for"'tho prosenca of mind of Glad, stone who, being, aware.of tho serious nçss.of the situation,, sprang to tho helm, and told his companion to at. tend to the sail, a groat man would ún. doubtedly have been struck oír In his youth, and the modern history of En-, '.and considerably modified. ' ' ° Lady Halifax tolls a story of an In- cident which happened to her grain], mother, when a little girl, ilvlng in the great mansion close to Saffron Wal...

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WATTLE BARK. Method of Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

WATTLE BARK.] I Method of Cultivation. "Ia tho gamo worth the candle?" That queatlon was asked recently with reference to the cultivation of tho golden wattlo for the sake of tho hark. To answer It satisfactorily re quires a knowledge ot the circum- stances of tho intending grower. It cnn be stated, however, on tho author- ity ot leading exporters that the busi- ness ls well worth undertaking, If ono wishes to utilise land which is un- suitable for other purposes. There are, and have long been, suromnrkets for South Australian hark; hut, owing to the difficulty experienced In secur- ing sufficient labor at tho right time, nnd various other causes, the Indus- try has not prospered ns It should have done. Interesting Figures. Discussing the subject, Mr. J. M. Reid (of John Reid nnd Sons) men- tioned that during tho 1911 season hundreds of tons of hark lett on tho trees could have been removed If only the essential labor had been available. As it was, the cost of stripping show cd an a...

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"MY PAL JIM." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

4 . J'JfcY PAL JIM." ' I By Frances Brown. ¡ It was an exceptionally lint day In April when a tall, full-bearded man walked with a quick, firm tread ut the garden path lending tn a long low, white houso standing far back from the main road. Without slackening his pace ho reached the hall door, which stood invitingly open, giving a pleasing view of the gardon beyond through a fur ther door which also stood open. He gave a sharp, Imperative knock, which was almost immediately answered by the appearance of a trim maid-ser- vant, who gazed at him with some little surprise, as well she might, for Jnmos Darrell stood six foot three Inches in his stockings, was propor- tionately broad, and presented a splendid specimen of healthy man- hood. His aspect, however, was so forbidding, his brow so dari; and low- ering, as to cause the girl a momen- tary uneasiness, which was not lessen- ed when he asked, In abrupt tones, and In a voleo which matched his frame, if her master was at home. "No, slr...

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Saving It. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

An nhl farmer lay on his dontli-bod. Ho was so far gonn that the doctor told his daughter that she could in- dulge him in anything he might rravo in tho matter of food, to the end of making him happy If possible, as nothing could delay the end or really hasten lt. Tho daughter asked her father ir there were nny particular thing his appetite fancied. "Yes," whispered the old man, "a bit of gingerbread cake." A neighbor, who heard thc old fel- low express his desire, bad a fine cake make, rich enough to produce an at- tack of acute indigestion in a wood- en Image. Tho doctor hoard of lt, nnd was not pleased with the old man's choice, but, having given his permis- sion, he inquired the next day when lie called how it suited the patient and how he lind enjoyed lt. "Well, slr," the dnughtcr replied, "to tell you the honest truth, father hasn't had a taste of tho cake." "And why not?" the doctor wanted to know. "Well, slr," snid she, "lt was such a perfectly beautiful cake that wo hadn't ...

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SOME GINGERBREAD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

SOME GINGERBREAD RECIPES. Gingerbread Figures.-Those aro al- ways popular and very easy Indeed to I make. One pound of flour, a quarter of an ounce of bicarbonate of soda, four ounces of butter, four ounces of ' brown sugar, two ounces of finely. ? chopped peel, a quarter of an ounce of mixed spice, half a pound of syrup. Mix the ginger, spice, and soda well Into tho flour, rub the butter In finely, add thc sugar and tho cut peel, then mix up to a nice dough with thc syrup, roll out very thin, and with cutters ' cut out diffcrontly-shapcd figures, put them on a tin, placo currants to repre- sent the eyes, etc., and bake in a slow oven. A box containing an assort- ment of cutters-men, horses, etc. can bo boimht at most ironmongers' for six pen r.e. Gingerbread Huttons.-Ono pound and a half of flour, half an ounce of ' cream of tartar, a quarter of an ounce 1 of bicarbonate of soda, a quarter of a 1 pound of butter, six ounces of brown ' sugar, a quarter of an ounce of ground ( ginger...

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Mole Creek Caves. A NEW DISCOVERY. "THE FINEST IN TASMANIA." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 November 1911

Mole Creek Caves. A NEW DISCOVERY. "THE FINEST IN TASMANIA."   Reference was recently made in "The Daily Telegraph" to the dis- covery made by Mr. Byard, of some new caves in the Mole Creek dist- rict. On Monday Messrs. L. Bruce (secretary of the Tourist Associaton) and S. Spurling, jun., visited the caves, and Mr Bruce said that the   discovery was, perhaps, the most important ever known in the district and when the caves are opened up   they will become a real attraction. "We motored from Launceston"   said Mr Bruce "to Mr Byard's home- stead, which is within a mile and a half from the cave's entrance. Though a portion of this road is not one of the best, still it can be put in good condition at a very little ex- penditure. Mr Byard, at the cost of much trouble, has cleared a good track of an easy grade to the mouth of the caves, The scenery along the track is most picturesque. We   reached the caves at 1 am. and aft...

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ROSE AND GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

j ROSE AND GARDENER. , Tho rose In tho garden slipped lu; ' j hud, I And she» laughed in tho pride of her j youthful blood, I As she thought of tho gardener stand* I lng bv- - j "Ho is nhl-sn old! And ho soon must die." The full rose waxed in the wann sum* mer air, And sbo spread and spread till ber heart lay hare; And she laughed en re more as she heard lils tread "ile is older now! ile will soon be dead." Hut the breeze of tho mornincr blew, and found That tho leaves of the blown rose strewed tho ground: And he came at norm, that pardoner old, And lie raked them geri tl y under the mould. And T wove the thing to a random rhynie. For the Rose is Beauty, the Gardener. Time._

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CHILDREN IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

I CHILDREN IN INDIA. i Japan, said ihn rotnrnod missionary, Is sometimos railed the paradise of ' children, hut that name cnuld not by any means 1m given to India. Here children, and ospoc.ially tho small ones, are sadly neglected. In tho roo! season you will soe the men bundling themselves up in lils sheets, while the little ones are shivering around en- tirely without clothing-a custom that seems tn bo due to a strange Idea that no matter how cold it may be a , child docs not need any covering. Tn consequence, children suffer greatly from colds and coughs, and, of course, ] many die. I I saw a pretty Incident when T was preaching one early morn in fr in De- j comber in a country village when it was really cold. Two little girls about five or six years old were In the com- pany before me. One of timm had managed to get hold of a piece of old cloth, a yard or KO square, and this they proceeded to share hy sitting down side by side and drawing tho cloth around them both, making, in s...

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PLANTS BREAKING UP AN ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

PLANTS BREAKING UP AN ISLAND I Tho layman would scant!; ass> ¿lato groat strength with so ili-luaie and fragile a Hiing as m a : ieiihair '.om, yet If Us roots have- n>'i susï clent room they will break thc pul " which tho plants grows. Itl.iJM o' grass will torco tho kerbstones i tween which they spring op out Iheir idace, and in a single "is1»1 a crop ot small mushrooms has I"" Known to lift a largo s'oue. IiiJivJ, jdauts are on record as having br* sen tho hardest rocks. I Tho Island ot Aldahra, to the no* west ot Madagascar, is t.i cumins smaller through tho action ut tLe mangroves that grow along inc of tho cliffs. They eat their way i»w the rock In all directions, and l"!J ihe gaps thus formed tho waves tori« their way. In time they will [>"* ably reduco tho Island to pieics. A miner took lils boots fur rera" hut was not in a hurry to pay [0i 'hem. After a tew weeks had rla¡>fOj he shoemaker called to as'-: f"r money. Tho miner's wife .in.-'vcr( . ibo door, and on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

THE DELORAINE & WESTBURY ADVERTISER". FOR ALL CLASSES OF GENERAL PRINTING On Shortest Notice. At Reasonable Rates. Cinderella Opera Company DECLARES THAT CLEMENTS TONIC Has No Equal fon Giving Confidence and Nerve Strength and Curing Nervous Breakdown, and Recommends it as the Best for Nerves & Blood. Mr. TOM PAYNE, elias Theatre. Manchester Glasgow; ami the I.yeeoir unused to him. aiirferfd breakdown. Koli usual result-he be ? linhur^h; through climate c ru..litton;*, ai (relierai lassitude, w'-.lch tltreat.-iK J ni advice, he took Clem.-nta Toni.', willi rapidly healthy. Ile pays it a Kraceful tribute In tho iollowlns loiter. Cinderella Opera Cn Criterion Theatre, ld, J Clements Toaic, Ltd., "In Australia. I hate experienced ere.-it lassitude and nen ness, due, I am sure, to your climate. Ia my prolessio". r strength and hc.illh ate necessary Ul pcrlorm arduous cornie p. The strain is always nightly on the nerves Pinding invi.-u do»-n, and ill, I was advised to tak...

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STATE HOTEL. BILL PASSED THE SECOND READING. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

STATE HOTEL. ; -:o: ! BILL PASSED THE SECOND I READING. j P E R T H. Wed nesday,-Thc Leg I isl.nive Assembly, by W votes to 10 ! passed the second reading ot tile j bill to establish a State hotel at I Dwellingup, wheie the IjViveniment I has a State sawmill. The first St.rte I hotel established at Gwalia eight j years ago, lias been a decided linan I cial success The main objection urged against the Dwellingup State hotel was that the local option poll decided against any increase in the number ol licenses.

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VARIATIONS IN APPETITE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

VARIATIONS IN APPETITE. I There are obvious variations in (te degree ut normal appetite in .mu-rta; tiidhiUuals and at diiioreni pt-imiisol lile. The man of sédenla... iialj;;s cannot, expect to compele A .Hi o:ie who spends an active liie oui ul diw;s. The man and thc woman difu;, ¿o il) the younger ami thc elder, ana in I notaulu degree the hoy and :ric nun. i'he vigorous appetite ol ImjimuJii virtually a synonym of heaUa. A rai« ol daily consumption which wmiij 13 most men be gluttony is m julita, blowing lads almost too > »inatoa w attract notice. The cxpUmutiun U uot dilhcult when we u¡«c u;io ac- count two chief conditions ot e.Vxii euee at this age-the growth ¿<nw¿ oz m every organ and tissue, ami a ury liberal allowancu of active boililv ti' erikin. In the cireumstaiioA .'¡mnui ruie of diet would bu UIKM! md aU injurions. Measures of restm n»-u are must wiso when they are lu-fd n> rosu lalo tliu wholesomeness ot i"..i mi the times of eating rallier lian tilä...

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Potato Blight, Re[?] stictions.[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

Potato Blight,Re {,':-. I stictions.3Jiii2f:... mrzsz t-'-t* \ .. I The Victorian potato tracie holds tint it hts a just canse of complaint against I the Queensland and Weatralion system-* cf inspection . In regard tn tim treat- ment of potatoes reputed to be suffering from Irifh blight. Officera of tin po tato inspection branch of the Viotorian Department of Af?ricnltnre state that in their opinion Westralia is nnnecesearilj> severe, in view of the fact that it is nn open secret that the disease existsin tin: btate. A leading nrpert in another State has declared that «tout three or lour years ago potatoes tholing mark* of blight were actually ejliiHted at a show in one of tho principal Westralian centres-,Que' nslaod's attitude they hold is eten leis justified becaoae the bhght is practically as prevalent in that Stat» an in Victoria. Still consignments of potatoes which have been rejected there have on being subjected tn careful ex- amination shown DO signs whatever of blight. ...

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Deloraine Court [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

Deloraine Court At the Deloraine Police Coori on Tues- day before the Police Magistrate (Mr. L, E. Chambers) and the Warden (Mr. R, H. Symmons)Arthnr Ports who wai arrested th» previous day for being draak ail liiorliri/ UH dael 5». Henry Ronnel! wan chattred on infor- mal,ou wini using oDSJDUe languag» ou the Deloraine racecourse on thu 22nd inst. The case wis heard ex parke and after hearing the evidence of Sergeant Donohue the defendant was fined 10) and Ds costs, in default aeren days mprieonment. Before the Commissioner alone John H. Powell was charged with the misuse ot treat's watet by watering his garden during prohibited honrs and was fined is court costs iOa and witness expenses 3a total 14s.

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WHAT QUEENS SPEND ON DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911

WHAT QUEENS SPEND ON DRESs I Queen Mary has not yet boon sum clently long on thu Tbrono for uer " bo nblo to estimate exactly «hat it Aili cost her cncii year for ilress li takes at least three years for "nn.. Queen to be able to gaugo this closely from actual experience. But so far owing to the ceremonies which nero«' sítate costly variations of ilress (|,"c' Queen has found that she can hardly do what ls required in thia way 1 a less cost than JJÜOOO per annum though this sum may (and probably will) bo considerably curtail. ,] |" ' year or two when she has got all this department Into full working order Queen Alexandra' used to lind not less than £2000 necessary for a sim*, lar purpose, she had, as a rule, <?¡gh¡ really gorgeous dresses each year Jmm Paris, and she mude lt her prac «tice neveb to_ appear twice in the sam. gown. Yet she was not extravagant as Queens'go,'for stïèT kepL a staff ol 3.dé,ver>.se^mstress'os, who recast such gowns after., they had ' been on...

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