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Movement to form a Trotting Club. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Movement to form a Trotting Club. A m . (inp «ns l-e!d at Walker's Uoiini Hi/H'l eu. Huirsdey evenn« last lo I I filler 1 lie advisi bil I) of form nf ii !. ?!.> j' v.)..!, lime was a fair ot- ic mil M if im. nu. d jersiais nrerenl rons iii .;> g lin' Unfit milt ne nitice of tl i - iiicet-ii. Slr 1' SMiun wes voled to tlie chaii mi tl» II ..H. n <>) Mr. Garratt. Thc !..-t buiiiits of the evenii g wm t.. <].<? TITI lory, aid Mr A. Ai «l-l «cn wu- iii Iv opiointid cn the namoi ul M. f r. Wu k. r i.nd Dikscn. Mi W-lkir iiu.ved thai a racing 1 1. : I e. foi. io be. ca'l d iho De on.¡li- li: i km.il troting club, frcoidcd ly Slr .Inn ci- Ganalt ard camed. On the molino ol Messrs F. Welkei neel II. Burnie, Slr J. P. Sullivan wo> . he rd Prrtidrnt cf 'hi' club, arr M i st rs A. Tinkoid, F. Wi Ike r T. .luidine, P. Kdwoids .1. C. Gcodridpi Dr .lohnsor, E. J. Bmr.ry, E.SIunry. il. Watlf, were njptiintip Vice-preM dentp, snbject to llie al ove name...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Somewhat Hard! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Somewhat Hard! A st.c*.-.! ¡m.I rass.-l l<|.| wandered allum iii.- 1 .i\eip.ini .lu.UM lin- hours ill scar, li nf work. Ile lia.I uni lasic.i mod suire in.H ll Inn. A uss.-I clime hun .luck Lue ill 111. liriellliii.il. lill.I ll.ill. socilic the hey. lin il. .1 Ililli tu ..ai'in himself ¡in.I .In his rans al Hie hillery lire. Ile then Kine Hi. ia.! a Lune piece nf perk upon a ships biscuit, which i., as hard ¡is a hoare. The famished 'id Immediately ran off to tell his mei her. soUlim matches near bv. ol' his miod luck. In a sholl tlioe he returned willi tho biscuit wrnpp. .1 in imper, iiu.l said: '..Mother I hunks you. sir. for tin pork, and ls nindi nidified fm- thc us of the plaie!"

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Announces Deloraine & Westbury His Big Gigantic Christmas Fair Has Commenced. Enormous Bargains. Stylish Goods. Low Prices. Your Early Attendance Requested Men's & Boys' Suits Specially Selected for Xmas Trade. UP-TO-DATE GOODS AT BEDROCK PRICES Our Show Rooms Teeming with pretty Hats & choice selection of fancy goods. Our Dress Department Comprises The very latest fashion in Dresses, Muslins, Prints, Etc. At LESS Than city prices. Our Crockery and Furniture To be sold at very low prices the chance of a lifetime. A Bankrupt Stock of White Embroidery to be Slaughtered at 4^d. per yard, worth Double the money A Big Sacrifice obtained by Tender. Remember J. P. Sullivan's Motto Small Profits and quick returns combined with the best value in the Commonwealth. This is the foundation we have built our business on, hence our Great Success FARMERS: We Can buy every article you produce and sell you every article you require. Bring along your wool and sell for Cash and ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN IT ALL STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

WHEN IT ALL STARTED. When Ailinn met live he wat* bash- ful ami shy, Ami he stammered and blushed every time she raine nigh. Till ni last he grew bul.I and began tu pay court (You univ ji.it all vmir trust in Ibis faithful renom. A ¡id tic murmured tu her on an O\CM hu; serene, ..You're the 'r.olliost girl that I ever have seen" And that's how- that stinted. When live, with a beautiful blush -ni her face, Yielded shying and sweetly tn Ad- am's embraie. And put up her red lips for the true lover's pact I Voil may set all tills dow n as an . absolute fuel), She inquired, while he breathed the fond names un his list: "Have you said that to all nf the girls you have kissed?" And that's how that started. When Adam asked live If she would be Ills bride, She looked np and looked down, and she sighed and she sighed. Ami she let him take hold ot her lily white hand IThls is history now-, as you must understand), Then she said in a mice that was dulcetly low: "I must lake lime tn mink: 'Tis s...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE FUTURE OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

THE FUTURE OF JAPAN. I!;ifon Dairoku Kikuchl, of Japan, President of the Imperial University of Kyoto, unit formerly Minister for 10.1 nea Lion, made a 7000-inlle journey for the primary purpose of deliver- ing a single publie address in the United States. Baron Kikuchl's sub- ject was "The New Julian: Its -Mora) und Intellectual Development." He said: "At the present moment we are perhaps approaching another critical' stage; there are many Important pro- blems arising from the clashing of old-fashioned order and new ideas. Thus, for Instance, our social system ls built upon family as units, and not as individuals; many young men, und women, too, are beginning to chafe under lt, und nie no longer willing to submit quietly without question- ing to restraints imposed upon them ,by such a system. There seems to bo a need of readjustment ol' the old systems anil new'ideas,'so as to retain the best of thc old and intro- duce what is good in the new. In fact, there Is a general restivenes...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A DOG'S MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

A DOG'S MEMORY. A minister relates the following: When pastor In Southbridge, Mass., a gentleman eonneotcd with the church Irecjueutly called at the par sonagc. accompanied by a dog ot ratio:! small si/c. which became a itel al the house. Ile always went with nis master on Sunday to church, and would Ile down at the doorway ot thu pew, which w;t6 near the pulpit. As soon as 1 commenced thc ser- vice die dog would invariably start ami walk in to tho altar and to the to]) of ibo pulpit steps, and there lie down i.iring the congregation, and re- main :i iplli-t. and attentive listener through ihe service. As the congrega- tion msc al the singing of thc last hymn, thc .log would retrace his steps to his master's pew. respectfully wait there till the benediction was pro nouuc.-.l. and then retire. The gentleman removed to au ad- joining town. Six weeks after his re- moval 1 exchanged pulpits with hie paslor and entered the church and ¡j it J pl I, not inn inn seen him or his dog since h....

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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IN THE ROYAL NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

IN THE ROYAL NAVY. Captain Kay, R.S., was at anchor in Alien harbor aller ihreo years in the East indies. Hoing nuw mi ln^ way home, lie begun in eleni- uni lil--, eabiu. Among bis traps was a hál- ense, which, being opened, disclosed a chapeau which lia.l once been new and iashionatile, inn wai, now uiolii eaten and out nf date. Inside ii, m Indelible ink. was primed its owner's name. The captain glanced at tin- hut, and said to Iiis servant, "Throw lt overboard." Overboard ll went. Soon afterwards one ol' the crew ot ¡1 boat 1111111 tin.' flagship, coining hum lin' shine, espied Hie hat Homing in lin.' water, picked it np. reatl the name inside, and car- ried lt to the Commander ol' Ute »hip, who in turn sein it to Captain Kay, with his compliments, supposing it to have fallen overboard. "Hung the bat!" said Captain Kay; and he chucked it overboard again, ¡nilling. "Tell ymir eiininiiiiiiler lin very much obliged tn him." I Two hours afterwards the hal, again reappeared, tills lim...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Children's Column [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Children's Column       Dear Children, It is our intention to start a column     in this paper for the benefit of the   children of the district, and we will publish short stones suitable for our   young readers from week to week,   and we kindly ask all our little readers to write short letters to us, and we will publish them in our   Children Column, thereby giving     expression to the thoughts of our       little readers as well as those of the parents. All we ask is that your letters   be written as nicely as possible on one side of the paper only, and not   too long, and be sure to sign your   full name and address. We would also like you to state your age and   the date of your next birthday.     Please address your lett...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Deloraine Recreation Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Deloraine Recreation Ground. The Deloraine Recreation Ground is   always causing interest. This Municipal   owned racecourse (by the way , is this     Socialism, or an unlawful inteference with Private Enterprise, is always there     to cause interest (I understand it used     to be about six per cent one time.) The     Turf Club has spent some cash on it,         and somebody generally wants to use   the ground, and the club is afraid they     will put mud on the wet paint, or tread   on the grass or else this somebody thinks the club is frightened about     nothing; or perhaps it is the golfers   think somebodys horse has been rolling     on green No 26 , or wants to stand on its hind le...

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The End of the Strike. By Ian Grosvenor. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

The End of the Strike.   By Ian Grosvenor. James Helllingworth was a hard man. He was also inordinately rich, and. if never known to give sixpence to a charity, it was universally agreed the best dinners in bachelor London were to be found at his table. From an epicurean standpoint Helllngworth was a celebrity. From a woman's he was detestable, 1f withal interesting, since he had for seven years foiled the astutest wiles employed by match- making mothers for his capture as a son-in-law. Hard in London and uncompassion-   ate to its squalor and sordid misery, Hellingworth was even yet more un- compromising in his attitude to the                 workers of the millls from which he derived his colossal wealth. Strike succeeded strike, to find him left un- moved and with his operatives cowed by an overmastering personality that never failed to reduce the rage...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Westbury Sunday Srbool Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Westbury Sunday School   Anniversary.   The Sunday School Anniversary in Connection with the Westbury Methodist Church was celebrated on Sunday last when three services were conducted by the Rev A P Blatten, Launceston t te coti^reiations were exceptionally t;nod especially t ie nuntin : service. Tue morning service was opined by sin in< H yin is O for a t oiisand tongues to sing etc... After reading by way of lesso i the second Chapter of Ex tins Mr. I3Iade.ii sp-Us for a s ort time to the c iklen " on t e little story Uoi the Robin got the red breast'' the 'able he slid taught them to bs ¿oocl an I kind. Tie text upon w lic'i he based Iiis nuntin s disc mrs i was taken from the second C'tapter ot" Exodus" and ' patt of the iiiut i verse ".Take this C iild a «av anti nurse it for in« and I will «ive tie thy wages . At the after tuyn service held at three O'clock the attendance was a iain larje notwitistaitdini tie heavy shower of rain which fell...

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BRIEF NOTES ON RECENT INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

BRIEF NOTES ON RECENT INVENTIONS, There seems to be no end to the various methods of advertising. One of the latest novelties along this line is a rocking chair, the anns of which are arranged to display advertise   ments. The advvertisments are print ed on a web which is mounted on rollers in the hollow arm of the chair, and are displayed through a glass covered opening in the upper lace of the arm. As the chair is rocked to and fro, a lever in one of the rocker is actuatedl to turn the rolls and bring new advertisements into view. Not long ago, during a pest of moths a novel system of catching the in sects in large quantities was adopted, It consisted in throwing the beam of a searchlight out of the mouth of a large suction fan, and. as the moths gathered, they were sucked in to the   fan and thus entrapped, A similar idea for household use has eloccurred to an inventor in Chicago, who has patented an apparatus consisting of a suction fan and an electric ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Municipality of Deloraine. KATEE-FINAL NOTJCE. Dcfini'e ins'i celions having bern I issn il fin I lie recovf iv of all rales eic ovrtdtie tl.ose ia epayers wi o 1 ave no' ye paid same aie notified '1 a' tiny must do sn l efoie ll c I5'l inst: io nvi id ix i tine nieasutes bein.? 'akin and ile pay mt nt o' cos's, »I ¡cit viii be entra ce* in eve: y case. DELORAINE 3/11.10. H. H. FUE EMA N Council Cleik. Mr. J. Geo. McÑicholl, IHK UNIQUE ENTERTAIEER Who is micUr engagement ficm Victima as adjudicator for Queens IdHii Competitions visits Dtlotaine Monday, November 7th. And « ill nive an Entertainment in TOWN HALL. Prices 2s. & ls. TOWN HALL ONE NIGHT ONLY. The Famous FISK JUBILEE SINGERS Farewell Performance Wed. Nov. 9th WESTBURY Thur?. Nov. 10th. DELO' AINE Old favot iles, New Artists, New Choruses, New Glees, New Planta- tion Songs, New Coon Stings, and the Po entier Male Quartette Absolutely The * Last Tour Of Australasia Of Tl e Famous Jubilee Sitiçeis The Combination, Bli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

A Deloraine Singer. Miss Winnie Miller, a young lady who's name is well known to us all, and who has been studying singing in Hobart for the past twelve months, under one of the leading teachers, is amongst us again. Her visit to Deloraine is for the   purpose of saying good bye to her rela- tives and friends, as she is about to go further afield, having secured an engage-     ment with Mr J. C. Williamson, of the   Princess Theatre, Melbourne, where it is understood, after a course of study she will appear in opera. Whether Miss Miller intends holding a concert in Deloraine during her short stay, is not   known to the writer, but should she favor us in that way, and being a native of the town, coupled with the fact that in the past she has at all times been ever ready to assist at entainments held in and around Deloraine, she should be greeted with a bumper house, to hear her perhaps for the last time for years. See A...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Methotlist Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Methodist Sunday School   Anniversary.   The Anniversary Services in connection with the Deloraine Methodist Sunday School were held in the Town Hall on Sunday October 23rd Mr R L Mason, the City Missionary of Launceston, con- ducted the service, and his addresses were greatly appreciated. The morning subject was chosen from Revelation upon which he based a very instructive address.   At the afternoon service Mr Mason used the shipping signals as a basis for   a very interesting address to the child- ren illustrating each point with the cor- responding signal, shown by displaying the flags according to the recognised     code. Following this the usual dis- tribution of prizes took place, the follow-   ing being the principal. First class girls; Myrtle. Parry. 1st First class girls; Edme Dunham. 2nd Second class girls; Elvie Dunham., 1st Second class girl;Lily Parry. 2nd. Third class girls; Jan...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Westbury Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Westbury Police Court. At the Police Court, Westbury, on Monday, before the Warden Mr. D. Burk, Mr. O. W. Allen, and Dr. An- derson, J. P.   Mrs. Richardson, charged Thomas Creely with having assaulted her by striking her with his shut fist on the shoulder. The Defendant Creely Plea-   ded not guilty and was defended by Mr. M. J. Clarke Solicitor Launceston, after hearing the, evidence of Compain-   ant and her witness Mrs. Harris. The defendants statemen and an able address by defendants counsel "Mr. Clarke" the bench retired and upon resuming their seats informed the defendant they considered the assault was committed       and inflicted a fine of ten shillings and costs amounting to eleven and sixpence also, Counsel's fees. Alfred Taber of Bracknell was charged by Srgt. Fitzpatrick with having com-   mitted a breach of the Police act at Br-   acknell on the fifteenth inst by ri...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DELORAINE AS A TOURIST RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

DELORAINE AS A TOURIST RESORT. The attractions of Deloraine as a tourist resort are becoming more widely known year by year, but as yet its possibilities in this direction have been   only very partially realised. The excel-   lent work done by our local Tourists Association has been instrumental in a great increase in the number of visitors   who have selected Deloraine as the scene of their summer vacation. Those, however, who desire to see Deloraine take its proper position among the holi- day resorts of Tasmania cannot fail to   recognise how desirable it is that in     many respects further efforts to attract the travelling public should be made. Very satisfactory accomodation, both hotel and private, is obtainable for a considerable number of tourists, and the attractions of scenery in quite a number of directions provide ample means of spending time very pleasantly while in the district. But it is unfortunate th...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Interstate News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 5 November 1910

Interstate News. j j \V. Leonard, the liquor abolition j advocate who contested the P.lilli p i elector .ie at the recent elections in the interests of the no license party and found himself with only 51 \otes was arrested yesterday charged with sly grog selling. He will appear before the court to-morrow. A number of counterfeit sovereigns "ere passel at the Flemington race- course on Saturday, aili three men, Henry Scroggins, George Mont gomery. and William Ryan were arrested. Scroggins was charged with having been found in possession of 30 coun- terfeit coins, resembling sovereigns willi intent to utter the same. Montr gomery and Ryan wjie cliarg;d with having uttered. 1VV. J. Piggott, who was proclaim- ed the winner of.the Kiiig,s Prize at the recent meeting bf the Nitioiia'l Rifle association, but subsequent y disqualified for life, has been sus- pended from employipent' by iii; 'tramw iy department in. viqw.oi the criminal proceedings taken against him on a charge of fraud in c...

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THE MIDDLE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

j THE MIDDLE AGE. I A few days ago a leading news- paper stated that women were at their best between the ages of forty and forty-five, and the Idea is all the more notable because il emanated from a man. lt is really not difficult to realise that the middle-aged woman is dis- tinctly charming, .filio has discovered that she ls not tho all-important fac- tor In life, however delightful she may he. Young girls are apt to over appreciate their attractions. They are inclined to think that the world was created for their benefit, but experi- ence teaches that their wills and fas- cinations are of very little real use when they enter upon the stern bathe of life. A middle-aged woman realises that too much sweetness cloys. A man values a companion as weil as an ornament, and shu knows that it answers ber purpose to cultivate her mind, so that he may appreciato her conversation. She does not neglect her appearance. She is careful to dress suitably and daintily, for al- though a man judges ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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"FLYING MONEY." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

"FLYING MONEY." Tin- French Minister ot Wal', tiene ml Ullin, announces that In future a .special bonus will bo paid to every soldier engaged in aeronautic work. Tho extra |iny ls lo lie allocated lu proportion to the services rendered Hie greater tile personal risk Incurred the larger will h.. the bonus. Mill tiny in 11 i|il a ii Is I s-that ls to say bulli the pilot of each machine and tile "ob- server" accompanying li lin-are to re- ceive I/- Tor every Hight not exceed- ing two hours, witii a minimum dis- tance flown ot three miles. Tho bonus for a Hight or from three to six hours will be 12/-, ami for Hying for over six hours £1. Otlleers on board air- ships will be paid on a different scale. IC the flicht lasts from hair nu hour lo two hours tiley will each re ccivc I/-; if from two to six hours. S/-; and Tor a Hight exceeding »Ix limns. Iii/-. Thc crew of an ordinary balloon will also he entitled to a bonus, tile tariff for oflieers varying from 2/li lo S/-. The foregoing pay-...

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