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CHAPTER XXIX. The Prodigal's Return. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
I CHAPTER XXIX. The Prodigal's Return. Tho child Caro had nat forgotten | tho bond she hud entered Into with ( Christabel. Heh old her in pursuance' of lt, waiting ¡it Curdyke station for lier father's return from town. In tho year she had grown, tho little thick-sot figure, once the despair of her motlier, was shooting up into young womanhood, giving promise of singular grace. Her face everyone loved to look upon. IC there was not much repose about tho lightning play I of Cooling and expression gave a sin- gular charm. Then Caro was always perfectly unconscious of herself. A loyal Jittlo soul, her affection for him so simply and beautifully shown, had been an immenso comfort to Ingram di.ring that trying and anxious year. Although in comparison with others who had lost all Ingram's financial distress could not bo called in any- way acute, still it is hard upon a man, having unco built up a position by his own sheer exertion nnd hard work, to have to forego thc greater pnrt of it. I...
The Mystery of Barry Ingram, Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXVIII. To Pay the Price. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
The Mystery of ] Barry Ingram, i I -'? ^ BY ANNIE SWAN. Ipublished by arrangement with Cassell anil Co. All Itlghts Resorved. ICHAPTER XXVIir. To Pay the Price. Tlic «ext uniment they were In ono Mother's arms. Thc elimnx to a long le ot strain made havoc ot Chris'.:. self-control. Lady Welldon nnd HP other cuesta looked on helplessly ?¡I tlio extraordinary scene, at the ¿motion which the man who had call, .a himself Bertram Landcck seemed ñmble to control. Christalle! was tile to ..onie to herself. Half-laugh ¡ni," half-crying, she turned to til ''""DM. Lady Welldon, pray forgive mo forcivo us! A mirado has hap- pened. T|lls ls '">' brother of whom j toi(| you. and whom we had all niven ti¡1 for dead." She surveyed him proudly, yet with an inevprosslblo sadness. Barry struRüled with his emotion, and spoke at last, in a somewhat husky and un stea.lv voice. "How ai'' >'°u. here, Christabel, of all rilares in the world? Lady Well- don will forgive this-'this strange .cone in li"...
The Milk Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
The Milk Supply. ¡ COMPLAINT BY DAIRYMEN. i :o: I A deputation from thu Southern ¡ Tasmanian Milk Vendors' AsHociation, i waited apon the Mayor and Aldermen i at Hobart on Wednesday to discuss ! mitten ?Beding the milk nnpplj of i the city. lt was stated by the dopota tioniBtB tbst daring the spring and early , lammer months * email army of anro i mistered milk vendors catan cpon the scone and thatthoir competition was au Î fair to tboBe regularly engaged in the trade who bad to go to considerable ox ! pense in patting their cow-uhedd and i dairies in a condition eatisfactory to j the Health Depormemt. It »faa also , BUted that the milk sent in for sale from the conntry districts was ia many . instances produced nnder very nndonir j able surroundings, the cow-sheds and I dairies not being up-to-date the Coun- cil wa9 ask"d to take action to secure i an improvement in thia respect. Tho Mayor promised to enqnira into j these and other grievances and soo ! what could be dooe in tbe mat...
THE IMPORTANT PART RUBBER PLAYS IN OUR LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
I THE IMPORTANT PART RUBBER I i PLAYS IN OUR LIVES. I To tho chemist tho turning-point In the history of rubber is the power by which the manufacturer enhances the natural qualities and durability; this can only be compared to the conver- sion of Iron into steel. It ls not quite so wonderful, for steel possesses a S quality iron does not, that very pro I porty which distinguishes rubber , plasticity-but the analogy may stand. For there are innumerable degrees of resiliency in rubber, from tho olastk ? threads which are In a golf ball-per- haps the purest lorni of the substance lhere Is-to tho stoppers of beer-bot- tles, which are naturally its most de- based form a? the other ls the most refined. Rubber, in fact, plays a most Im- portant pnrt in our lives, what would the infant "mewling and puking" In its nurse's arms do without ItsVub bor teat, or its ring when,teething, or Its squeaking doll 'and the'gaudy' globe that succeeds? Then comes his foot ba'.I, his bicycle, and, most imp...
WHITE MAN'S FRIEND. The Grateful Deeds of Crippled Wolf. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
j WHITE MAN'S FRIEND. The Grateful Deeds of Crippled Wolf. By Walt Mason. j "I've Just boen rending un nrtiele ; on Indian customs," said the oldest In- habitant, laying aside a cheap maga- zine. "The author explains that ho lived five years among tho Indians, ' ns though, that nmde him an nuthor tty on the subject. A white man would j need to live anions the Indians from I lils earliest infancy if ho would un ' derstand them, and then ho wouldn't know it ali. To understand an Indian you must be an Indian. 1 "Oceans of stuff have been written ' about tho red men by whites who have ¡ Etudier! them from ear windows. They have been described ns lazy, ungrate- ful, vindictive nnd generally worth- less. Other writers have taken thc opposite view, and all those writers seem to forget that the Indian's point nf view is entirely different from the white man's. I will tell you about Crippled Wolf, to explain what I mean. "One day I went Into the woods on my Nebraska farm In search of n Btray...
ONE WAY OF SAVING MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
ONE WAY OF SAVING MONEY, j The Hlvlings ure n methodical cou- ple anil lt ls seldom that anything ever happens to them; everything j ls urranged for In advance. Mrs. Hiv ling even does her conking by a sort of card index system she has fixed : up. On Saturday night Hlvllng brings home his weekly stipend that tho boss has forced into his hand, turns ' lt over to his wife and then deducts ' a certain amount for lunches, cigars, j car fare and miscellany through tho I following week. Hrs. Ilivllng Is thus ' the treasurer of thc house, and li there's nnything lett over after she hud paid the grocer, the washer- woman, the butcher, thc milkman, thc I electric light man, the gas man, thc i laundry man, tho paper boy and the Instalment house man,.has had her- self coiffured and manicured, has bought threepenny-worth of mixed candy and a matinee ticket, she puts tho money In tho bank. If Ilivllng has any change to spare at the end of Hie week ho does the same. Then at the end of the year th...
SISTER ANGELIQUE AN EPISODE OF THE DEVASTATION OF MARTINIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
SISTER ANGELIQUE AN EPISODE OF THE DEVASTATION OF MARTINIQUE. That mor nins of Ascension Day, l'aul Carollac had married Heloise, daughter of J eau Kiveroiles, vvhose plantations at Fond-Kougo snread o\or thu foothills surrounding tue ex- tinct volcano. UfjtHcLii two massed, tau Cm a uf St. Josephs had heard the yoting couple* confess and had uni- ted thom. Tue civil marriage, which was all Paul cared for, had been cele Drated ni lue uuui-. nauor ol M. ie Maire, at St. Pieire. tío they were souled to uno anothtr, tight and fast. I'uul-a bi¿, sturdy Gascon-hailed fruin D,i¿c. The girls down at St. fierre, on tho seashore sonic miles away, had thuugut him handsome. At iure de naneo, as all lus neighbors knew, he had broken heans. For stalwart, manly mea are rare in Mar- tinique, a hind uf dreams, and snakes, and unmuuig women. He loved her m his own way, wu icu was brutal. In a..is, which was-well, natural-she luvud him, too. A Cn.ole, in the Cull sense of the word, the had the Credo ...
Eloping Up-to-date. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
Eloping Up-to-date. I Thc coatloss mrtn puts a careless arm Hound the waist of the hatless girl, While over the dustless, mudless ronda In a horseless carriage they whirl. Like a leafless bullet from hammer- less gun, Hy smokeless powder driven, They fly to taste the speechless joys Cy endless union given. The only luncheon his colnless purse Affords tn them tho means Is a tastolnss meal of boneless cod. With a dish of strincless heans. Ile smokes his old tobnrcf>lePs pipe, And laughs a mirthless lattin When papa tries to coax her Daok Dy wireless telegraph.. The Candidate fhnvinc quoted the words of an eminent statesman in support of an argument): And, mind you. these are my wonts. This is not morely my opinion. These are words of a man who knows what be's talk- ing about."
Shs had to Pay, though. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
j Shs had to Pay. though. A lailv crossing from Friin.v lo Knalaml was n*fc.-.l In- the Customs officer if she hail -inything ii ut ;:i M,v Slip assured him tli:i! she hod nntlilnc lint venting apparel in tu-r lnink&lt;: hut nt th,, liolloni of the lat-, -st on.\ which lo him sc mc.I Hi« nt,Mt s Plcimis, wore f..un i twelve bet;'... of hrnndv. .?Madam." said tho otiKvr stitvasM, nlly. "do von cali these w. aring ap- parel?" "Certainly." she replied sweetly, "those aro my husband's nightcaps."
THE BEAUTY OF LARGE FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
THE BEAUTY OF LARGE FEET. ll: s' : i. .uss ho prof, vs u, rait il. lie iii i l. &lt; thar il' ri Ow prominent pur. !? ii' paint,-rs emil,I persuade their sit. P is lo (ie painted in Hie pew eostulur, S-lVrS how lu -&lt;?' n ii i TI u ii is. the publie eMe. lion weill.] so. e. disappear. Kn:.' ll..!, woroon, ho l.e'i. i. s. obj,-rt to Ibo li ir.Mn shir.aiise lie y have been told that tl'ev h,i\,, la ruo fort, bul ibo I'. ,-| e:i!l be as elïorllwlv biddon hy ll- harem skirt as hy any oilier. This 0- iortinn to rr:iso:::o .0- Sarre f, et is P o . of ibo "1,1 ¡ilea "f iv.iinino sub J, ibm. ibo old id-n iii;,; worn. 11 »no ea ? .ilvatinu' in prcporl :..p to Iii, ir lo :, losstio.s.s ;in,i .iopotidenoe. 1; ls stran-,. !."w a "m. a will nu I'oise al,0:11 tho oin s" al porfi-etions of. -ay. tho Venus ,],. Mil... and yet re- fus., to imitate either- lin- large feet ,.: her rnlwianil.il w.iNt. AH tho e issi,- hoaulles ,,r il,,, H.,rbi ba\o had birr,. |-,.,.( Trill.-. .* r.-t «...
THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
-I HE HOU S F>CL D Veal and Ham no.-Cu'C «Uli.:« u: veal imo .-.mle!.-: pound uf hidl.-d ham or 1. a h;&lt;If ;m hour in a moderate oven. !-r:mre&lt;-v Pudding.- Haifa pound nf Hour, mic teaspoonful of baking-pow- der, ihre*« oimr-s nf good, well-rlari lied beef dripping, four minees of sugar two wei).beaten eggs, a very little milk, about three ounces ot' pre groeisuagc. Buller ba = ln and de* eornte it with tho slices of ginger and greengage. Minee tho hits of ginger lort to davor the pudding. Sift the Hour and powder, rub in the drippinc. and add ibo sugar. Jb-:u the egg? with a pinch rd «alt and stir them thnr oughlv into the drv ingredients, adding a little milk. Tho mixture should bo rather stiff. Bristly, stir in the minced ginger and peur gently into tho basin. Cover and steam for two hours. Turn out carefully niel pour a teacupful of ' hot syrup from the preserved ginger I round tho pudding. Rhubarb Fritters.-Three tablespoon. fills of Hour, ene eu::, hal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee Namely: Any Client having purchased an article that tails to j ive satisfaction please return same immediately and we refund your money as cheerfully as we take it from yon. Satisfaction Always WE arc not infallablc, but no one can be "stung" here with undesir- able purchase, Huong'', your mistake or o n s. Agreeable Service WE aim.to inal.c it pleasant for you to buy at '.hu P.EE-HIVK. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On nut people telling the simple truth abutit what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders vf DiapeiyJ to the vali.eof iii ai ul mer lo your nearest railway station and pott. 'Iltis does not apply to bulky articles such as Kui nit ure. ( 'arprt Linoleums, Sewing Machine Piarn.s. VALUE GIVING Has I ecu thc I au's rf t 1:1 great succc..... YA LEE IK ¿TY LE. VALLE XX ULALITY. VALLE I>' \\ OK KMANPIlir VA LTE EV K VE KVT II INO. WE SELL. A iii i VAL...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 2 December 1911
Wedding Bells. &nbsp; O'CONNOR—BRENNAN On Thursday morning last at the Church of the Holy Redeemer, Deloraine, the marriage of Mr George O'Connor, eldest son of Mr G. O'Connor of Melbourne, and Mary, second daughter of Mr and Mrs M. Brennan of "Kia Ora," Deloraine was solemnised. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father O'Reilley. The bride who was given away by her father wore a travelling dress, of navy costume. Miss Bernice Brennan was bridesmaid, while Mr G. L. Oswin accompanied the bridegroom as best man. About 20 guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast. The toast of the newly wedded couple was proposed by Mr George Oswin and responded to by the bridegroom. The presents were numerous and costly. Mr and Mrs O'Connor left by the morning train, for Launceston, en route for Mel- bourne. In the evening Mrs Brennan en- tertained some 40 guests at an &nbsp; evening, at which an enjoyable &nbsp; time was spent.
Warning Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
Warning Needed, Waller C. Kelly, the famous Amer- ican humorist, has 'returned homo aftor a wander round the world. Some of tho stories he has picked up hy the way aro excellent. Just before he left London, he says, a big touring ear loaded witli audible aad obvious Americans shot into thc court of the Savoy Hotel. The occu- pants of tho car piled out and filed into tile restaurant. The big car throbbed and groaned and complain- ed rtt the entrance, for thc chauffeur didn't shut off the engine. "Here!" called the general manager of the party, tossing ills gasolone stained coat on n table. "Get busy, waiter. First bring us a lot. of drinks. Then bring us the score card, permise we want a lot of food. Step lively now and produce lltniid and solid re- freshment forthwith, because we're all New Yorkers." Thc walter bowed with cold civil- ity. "Thank you." he said. "I will warn the other guests!"
An Ominous Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
An Ominous Warning. A widower belonging to a country village lately lcd to tbe altar a fourth bride. After tho honeymoon tho hnppy couple settled down In his home, nnd, as tho surrounding country was new to the lady, she was anxious to visit all tho places of Interest in the local- ity. Among the spots visited was the village churchyard, and there the hus- band and wife paused before a very elaborate tombstone, tho property of the bridegroom. The bride, being a littlo shortsighted, ashed him to read tlio Inscription. In solemn tones he road: "Sacred to tho memory of Sarah 1-, beloved wife of John -; also Jane -, beloved wifo of John -; also Mary -. beloved wife of John Ho stopped abruptly. "What are the words beneath?" In- nocently asked the lady, and her hor- ror can be Imagined when he read: " 'Be ye also ready.' "
Why Tommy Wants Wings. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
Why Tommy Wants Wings. Tommy's mother wns an Invalid, and so his auntie looked aftor his re- ligious instruction, and let no occa- sion pass to enforce some precept. Ono day Tommy suddenly said: "Oh. dear; I wish I had wings!" This angelle aspiration was regard- ed with great joy by tho two slstors, and they eagerly asked why he wish- ed for wings. "Oh," said Tommy, "I'd fly up in- to tho air and take Aunt Susan with mo, and when 1 couldn't go any high- er-" "YOB, dear; what then?" asked the proud mother. "Then I'd lot her drop!"
When They Quarelled. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
When They Quarelled. "Overcrowding?" said tho man who I was hoing squashed to doath In the tram-car. "Why, this ls nothing-no- thing nt all. I have seen flvo families In a collar, one In each corner and one in tho middle." , . . "Dear me! Five families? nut how did they agree?" "Pretty well, until the family In the south-west corner began putting on airs. But even thon they didn't quarrel." "Whnt caused tho broak-up?" "Oh, the family In the middle went too far. They began taking In lodg- ers."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
THE "DELORAINE & WESTBURY ADVERTISER". FOR ALL CLASSES OF GENERAL PRINTING On Shortest Notice. At Reasonable Rates. fl HUM MEM OF THE Cinderella Opera Company DECLARES THAT CLEMENTS TONIC Has No Equal for Giving Confidence and Nerve Strength and Curing Nervous Breakdown, and Recorrí monds lt as the Best for Nerves & Blood. Sydney, Prln breakdown. Following advice, he took Clements Tonic «ho usual result-ho bocam« rapidly healthy. He pays lt a sr tribute In tho following- Utter. Cinderella Opera Co., Criterion Theatre, lO/O/'O Clement« Tonic, Ltd., "In Australia, I hare experienced great lassitude and ncrvou ness, due, I am sure, to your climate. In my profession ner strength and health ace necessary to perform arduous comic part The strain ls always nightly on the nerves. Finihn? mysetl rt down, and ill, I was advised to take Clements Tonic (the reco nised Australian standard remedy tor weak nerves), with t result that I now have health which ls a pleasure to enjoy. ...
A Xmas Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
A Xmas Appeal. ' :o: For the p.ist three years an appeal has been made to the general public to assist in an effort to bring some share in the joys of this season within the reach of many whose circumstances are such that they are unable to celebrate thc Xmas festi- val in the customary way. Last year we invited the people of this district to take a part in the effort, but owing to the short notice the response was I not all that was desired. This year with a longer notice we hope to do ! much better. In the city of Laun- ceston there arc many families in which Xmas is only what the kind- ness of others makes it. Last year Mr H L, Mason, the City Missionary was able to say that so far as was known not a single child in Laun- ceston found an empty stocking on Xmas morning. We appeal to our readers to take a part in securing a similar result this year. It is desired that collections be taken up. in the various Sunday Schools on December 17th. and that parents will encourage their chil...
AMUSING INCIDENTS. Why He Coughed. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 9 December 1911
AMUSING INCIDENTS. : " ' Why He Coughed. . At a school recently the master observed ono of tho,hoys take an ap I pie from his pocket. Ile at once or- dered the boy to bring lt to him. Tho little fellow, having no alter- nativo, reluctantly complied. Some timo after the master tool: tho apple from his desk and com- menced to eat lt. ; .; " The boy, seeing this, started; to cough violently, and on being asked by tho master what was tho matter, re- plied: "My apple is going down the wrong way, Blr."