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Fruit Pests. (SECTION 4.) BY THE DELORAINE MUNICIPAL IHSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
. Fruit Pests. (SECTION 4.) BY THE DELOBAIHE MUKICIPAL IHSPECTOB. - ? \ Tiiis section will deal with Insesti cida und Paag»:iJä mixtures mist commonly usai with notes ou their, preparation and use. PARIS GREES. loz Paris Own 1 Jj t ba fresh quick liras, llb Mdissaaor Black Sugar. Mix the P.tU Grdon with a little water so as to mike a paite. Tnen. add rain water-abo rt a gal'on, Slack the li ne witt a Ii.tia niter and make the milk of lim up ti six gallons-»ddin&lt; ilis m i asses or su;«r strain into a c isk, a td the paria gwen and make up ti 12^ g ill iris. Lia! mast ba fresh quick li u3, it is no gold otherwise. Ia asiag thia spray the main, thing is to keep tha mixture constantly stirred Unless thia ia done mach injury is caused to fruit and leaves, as paria green has a tend incy ti settle, when baying ask for paris green for spraying purposes, guaranteed pure, NOTE,-Three Bronze pennies weigh one ounce. Also-it is not absolutely necessary to ase the molasses or sugar, b...
Deloraine Horticultural Show [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Deloraine Horticultural Show The Committee met at M re Cameron's on Tuesday night and appointed Btew ards, stall holders, jndges etc, It waa decided lo mn a shooting gallery pea puzzle weight gaesjinj, time guessing competition a peony postal service Xmas pudding and nail driving and hat trimming competition, a special feature will be the photographic and post card display in the art and crafts room. It wis decided to irire 251b bag of flour as second prize for garden competition.A lot of details matter was gone into the committee adjourning till Monday evening next where the larg« number of trophies in hand and promised will be allotted ehedule may be bad from the secretary Messrs Boy or Jas Scott or from Mr Geo Oswin Special interest ÍB being evinced in the sbow on account of the visit of the two Government experts Messers Terry anal Osborns who will be only too pleased to impart all the information to thoa« requiring tam« that ia in their power to do.
Correspondence.. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
. . Correspondence . . I mast think yon correspondant Worker foj bis kind words ot appecU tion of my humble efforts in trying to bring before your numerous readers the evils of Intemperianca au i th» degrad- ing influence it ht) up vj aufortuuita humanity. Now Sir tha late H. M, Stanly one of th» greatest of Explorers says that no drunkard caa lire in Africa it is a wall known fait thu British Soldiers ia warra olimates Buffel from disease. Or W.Carpenter oitea taproot oj the fact. The returns of sickness of Eueropeau Troops in the Madras army for I847, abstainers and interoperates admitted to the hospital. The report Bhows that the relative bain? 60 abstain- ers to one hundred Intemperate. In the late South Ajrican Campaign it has been shown that in many long marches preformed by the troops those who fell oat were drinkers. Insurance Societys now divide its its Insurers into two classB abstainers and moderate drinkers and it has been proved during the last few years the the mortali...
Methodist POPPY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Methodist POPPY FAIR. -:o: This Fair, arranged lintier the auspices of the Deloraine Methodist [ Churcli was held on Wednesd y j Inst The object of the ente tah ment was to raise funds to pay off the debt on the Chinch Vestry. The Warden had been advertised to open the Fair b:i; was unable to be pres I eut on account "f n prior engage j ment at Western Creek, and Dr. Cole kindly consented to fill the I gap. The Rev. Delbtidge after ex j plaining the unavoidable absence of I the Warden, introduced Dr, Cole. I Dr. Cols aft-r apoligising for the I absence ot the Warden, commenled j on the ait stio decorations of the Hall and eulogised the ladies on the i manner in which they had carried ott th* i!:essiii2 of their stalls, continuing he said he recognised that they we e engaged in a good work, and one that should be pat- ronized by the people generally, he ! then co"cl-tded by declaring the j Fair open. j The ha'l was open to the public I during the afternoon and evening, i and a consid...
Wild Cow in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Wild Cow in the i Street. j A sensa'ional incident aroused some amusement c iiipled witli a deal of danger in the Deloraine township on Tuesday afternoon last Mr Best, of the Alveston meat mart was driving the beast to the yards when the infuriated animal became unmanageable and sought its revenge on a horse that was standing near the roadside opposite the Don Store' The aniirul next turned his attention to a young lady who was at the moment passing along the street, who fortunately mana/ed to effect a hasty retreat from the Danger Zone the animal then sought to give the affrighted onlookers an exhibition of his jump- ing propensities and with one leap cleared the fence between the Post Office and the corner near the bridge from where he was soon captured by his master much to the satisfactiou of the pedestrian traffic. READ THE ADVERTISER ld.
Children's Column: [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
: Children's Column ; Dear Mr. Editor-I think it is time some one wrote to yon, so I will make the first one. I am not firing very far away, bat ia a pretty place, and I have . beautiful garden, it is full of pretty blossoms, and it looks quite gay; do yon like flowers|? I do. We hare ten horses and I have a little pony and I ride to school every day, I aoi nine years of age and in the fourth class; I am very fond of ponies, are you Mr. Editor? I have a little kitten and would like a name for it please; it is full of fan. We hare a lot of turkeys and geese. So now I must close, I an not goiog to tell my name, it isn't that I am afraid of my readers, but it is my fancy. Yours sincerely, FIÎOGGIE. My Dear Froggie-1 received your letter yesterday and am pleased to con- gratulate you for the very nice letter you have written. I consider it very good for a little girl so young as yon. If yon will write giving me a little more description of your kitten I may be able to snggeat a suitable...
Presbyterian Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Presbyterian Sunday School Anniversary. The Presbyterian Sunday School Anniversary was held on "?'linday. The School -was very unfortunate in striking such a day, a* rain was falling copiously at frequent intervals. Under the circumstances, nobody could expect anything else than moderate attendances a- d reduced finances, which, lnv.u i>r, w-re bit- ter than one would anti. ¡pate. Rev. A. G. Roy conducted a l three services. His morning text wa* "In quietness and confid nee shall be your Strength" and lie described how a Christian life did not show itself by developing a continual state of bustle and tun.ult, but rather by a calm and untrnublc' mirri even under trying condition-. In thc even- ing his subject was "Go Forward'' when he set forth that quietness did not involve laziness and that true Christian life was only fully sh iwn by Christian service, and that the call was ever onward to higher attainments of character and exper- ience. In the afternoon the childrens address w...
Much and Nothing Much. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Much arid Nothing: Much. [By "BEN BOLT"] Brother "Putitnn" of 'he Clitic bumped up against some of the Fed lat Ministers over the recent note issue nf one .£1 note and one fiver. The Single was presented to Andy Fisher Our brother laments thus by. ' It is not, I believe, a plank^of the platform that Labour menbers should is- sue notes presentation among themselves. Of course the face raine of the notes is a trifle, but to collectors of postage stamps, bottles, etc., they, as a first issue are very valuable indeed, although, of course, the Ministers who holds them haven't considered this beastly sordid side of the matter." That old chap in Adelaide that didn't know who he had married was pretty lucky. Some men reckon they know too well, but oí course that's when they arrive home after a evening down town on business or been detained at the office. He mast hare been an obliging sort of customer. Anyway, may he lire long to enjoy his fortune. Talk about our Mr. Census man want- ing to ...
Blackmoor Sunday School Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Blackmoor Sunday School11' Anniversary I The above Anniversary was cele- brated last Sunday under very infavonr able weather conditions. The Rev A, V. Watsford of Sheffield discoursed o'oquent sermons morning afternoon and evening, but. tho' congregation were much affected by the boisterous wind and rain. Valuable prizes were distrib- uted to the children at the afternoon service. TheJ singing of the children in the choir was effective and much appreciated, Hiss L'. Sharman pre- sided at the organ, On Monday a tea meeting was held »nd wis largely at- tended, A nnmber of spotting events took place before the tea. fcc'uding a large nun.ber nf raeps for the children who eagerly ccrupetod for (he large bag of toys in the charge of Mr A. Craw- ford. After the tea a concert and coffee supp« was held. The Church, which has just bien enUrged, waa crowded and an excellent programme was presented. Th« Rev. F. Delbridge B.A, as chair- man expressed regret at the unfortunate weather of the prev...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
LOCAL AND GENERAL His Excellency' the Governor and Lady Barron have been d ing the North East Coast. At Scottsdale His Excellency and Lady Barron attended the Show and Competitions which were held there. The Vice Regal party visited Bi id port and were entertained by the North East Coast Harbour League. His Excellency expressed himself as impressed with the progress of the district, and greatly with the at- traction he had observed. At Derby the State School and "the Brissies mine were visited, and a banquet att-tided at the Federal H tel. A Salute of ai, shots (nr more correctly explosions) were tired at the Brissies on the arrival of the I arty. Subsequently Pioneer and other centres on the coast were visited, the party eventually crossing the dividing range, and reaching the the East coast The rou e traversed took the part- throiiüh some of the most : magnificent scenery in Tasmania, particularly the Weld Hill and the Weldborough, Lottah road. Ii you have frequent headackes, dizz...
Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser. SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 1oth. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Deloraine'and Westbury ; Advertiser. SATURDAY. DECEMBER, loth. &lt; Tlf-ptrpr.sol to Test oar Tasmanien ^ RailwajB in n Commiseioner, the, tallie1 ? ' ns is doneu'o other States is worthy of the greatest consideration) There ia no. doubt that, there aro some disadvantages in tho System of administration by corn n isMon,'but SB nd scheme ¡3 ever perfect, it is no nee condemning a system oil1 minor plinto. That there will be oppoei tion is ctrtain.'No new plan, however beriefrcinl rr otherwise, escape* the * kcenett criticism, both of an intelligent' and a potty and carping critic Tho chief opponents: are the log-rolling typo 'bf ' politicians, wboBe opportunities ' for meddling .are..likely to ebe>i3'curtailed, Little expedients for gaining popularity will rite I ,less effective when a sturdy Commissioner, unhampered by paltry considerations of political patronnge or expediency ist responsible. .The present' 1 system is very greatly hampered by tho political atmosphere in ...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Pifie ßhooting. A match of nine mea aside, took place on the local range Wednesday afternoon last, between teams picked from the Deloraine Rifle Club, and the Deloraine Light Horse, and resnlted in a win for the Deloraine Rifle Club by 5O points. The day was all against big scoring owing to the bad light, and a very gnsty wind which troubled the shoo- ters very mach, The following are the Deloraine scores: 5OO yds 600 jia Total C. Scott 27 28 55 W. Mitchell 24 J. Dunham 30 B. Smith 2=; 0, Smith a'3 J. Rosa 2i L. Harley 20 H.J. Oswin i7 T. Jardine 22 Total 209 Light Lieat B. Sadler Serg't H. Broom Prt E. Barrill Pvt. E. Hancock Baglsr C. Hall Pvt. M. Spicer Pvt. T. Drake Pvt. Creswell Prt R. Talbot Total, Horse. 31 19 17 I3 lO l2 21 19 2G 20 20 24 I5 23 12 12 19 (381 ? 5^ 45 37 37 35 35 33 31 21 I54 171 33I
Western Creek Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Western Creek Sports. Western Creek was en-fete on Wednesday, in lact quiten red letter day when the new Public Hall was opened by His Worship the Warden (R. H. Symmons Esq.) From early morn any casual visitor to the "Western" could easily guess some- thing was "on foot". Carts, and even drays with baskets of cakes began to assemble at the new Hall, towards noon visitors from Deloraine, Mean- der, Mole Creek, Chudleigh, and surrounding districts, began to assemble The young folks being particularity interested in the chopp- ing and athletic events which were held on ground kindly loaned by Mr. Higgs. The Western Creek Band discoursed sweet music during the day-surprise and admiration being expressed on all sides at the manner in which their band have progressed with their playing. At 3 3O p.m the Warden officially declared the Hall opened. Mr. C Byard being voted to the chair. The Warden expressed in no measured terms the great pleasure he exper- ienced in being present at such an i...
THE DELORAINE COUNCIL AND THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' SPORTS COMMMITTEE. (To THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
THE DELORAINE COUNCIL AND THE' FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' SPORTS ? COMMMITTiiE. (To TUB EDITOR) Sir,- In your issue of the 3rd. inst. I notice a few notes re the above by "Ben Bolt". In his notes he says don't blame the Friendly Societies Who llieii, Mr. Editor, is to blame? Not the Council surely, at least that is my humble opinion. I am convin- ced that the Deloraine Council were studying the society's interests by charging them the 15 per cent tariff for it gave the committee sole right to the ground for the day. If the Council had fixed the tariff at 10 per cent, the tennis players &c had as' much right to the ground as the Friendly Societies people, and all one had to do would be to carry a tennis racquet and pass in. Of course I do not say that the tennis people would resort to anything like this but still the game could be worked that way and no one be any the wiser. I think .myself that the Council treated the Friendly Socie- ties people very fairly and if all one hears is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
The "Advertiser" for General Printing of all Description. 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 fails to pive satisfaction please return same immediately "nd we refund your money as cheerfully as we take it from you. Satisfaction always WE nie not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with undesir- able pinchase, though your mistake or ours. Agreeable Service. WE aim to make it pleasant for .you to buy at the BKL HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple ruth about what we sel 1 WE PAY FREIGHT On all orders of Drapery to the vrlueofül and over to your neates railway station and pi tt This does not apply to I ii I ky articles such as Fin ni'i:i i-, Cai pi ts Lineoliimps, Sewing n-.-n lints Pianos. VALUE GIVING ! Has been the basis of mir gréa I si eec... I VALUE IK .. 1 Vi I'. VALUE IN QUALITY. VALUE IN" WORKMAN...
Deloraine Druids. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 10 December 1910
Deloraine Druids. On Tuesday evening the 2oth, . the members of the Meander Lodge &nbsp; NO, 88 U.A.O.D. held their usual fortnightly meeting. It being quarter night there was a good at- &nbsp; tendance of brethern and a large &nbsp; amount of business was transpired the matter of the Consumptives Sanatorium proposal was discussed at some length and following motion was carried That the corres- pondence etc. relating the above scheme lay on the table until after the Board of Directors meet. &nbsp; After the initiation of three Candidates the following were selected for the respective offices A.D. Bro. W. Moran, V.A. Bro P. O Riley, Treasure. Bro T. F. Jar- &nbsp; dine re-elected Secretary Bro W. F. Smith re-elected A.D.B., Bros Farrell and Clarke V.A.B s Bros. Slater and Wingrove, J.G. Bros. D. T Bidelph, O G., Bro W. Atkins Auditors Bros Bidelph a id Farrell. The installation ceremony will be &nbsp; preformed by the District President...