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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

. . Correspondence . . --:o: - (This paper is pleased at alt limes to receive and publish correspondence, but our readers will understand that we do not necessarily ùlentiïy ourselves with the opinions iipresicit therein-Editor.) I uLIished at Deloraine ever> Saturday. Subscription 4s- perannum in advance post free, ss- if booked

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than the present? YES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Can Australia Adopt a Better Policy than the present? .... :., ?;;. , YESy ., U . ' [B/GoLpBNfiVVATTLE.].' .'. As «^natural .' serial tir tlië:;tax-__ ätion policy outli'ed in din previous article conic- the question as to what method of settling tue laud is to be adopted.' The c utribulions required from ihe land toward the nee ssities of the Sta'e and Commonwealth have been outlined, and it is seen that the ace ululation of large areas hos been strongly discouraged by the rates impostd. The taxation being graduated, it is obvious th t pu chasers will find it impracticable to secure large arcas, as owing to ix tra taxation they will not b< able to give equal prices to those who only wish \ to hold . small areas. Again, owners of estates will lind t ;mure profitable to sub- divide and'obtain higher prices from smaller buyers. The next duect policy best suited to ! Australia would appear to be that of limited freehold, com- bined with a system of closer s tile ment on leas...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

J. Watts Deloraine. Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If yon are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a - chat with » J; Watts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY OF SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. Funerals conducted on shortest notice.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

I PATRONIZE LOCAL INDUSTRY The Deloraine, Cordial Aerated Water Factory. Try Kean's Hop ale A Spi^rdiB^« NW-ÎHt*xic»ûng Beveridge none.. like it : »' . . ' ll t *.f . r .

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients. Every Article bought on our Guarantee. Namely: .A ny Ci Ml li iviny purchased an ar ijlj that sails to eive satisfied m |! iss letinii same inneiliatelv nil iv i- r-fti;id your money is cheerfully ..o e 'uke ii fro.u j>> .. Satisfaction always Wli a'e not infaillible, hut no one eau he "stung" here with niidesire ab e purchase, tliouyi voiir mistake or o i s. Agreeable Service. WE aim tn|make it pleasant for you to buy at the BKB-HIVR. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On mir people telling the sinmle hrnt.iii nit what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT O ali ?.rders of Dr.t.-ei y t<> the value .' ¿I ;tid over to y mr neares rai'w.iy síali n ¡rul post ilr.s (Kirs nut apply to bulky articles such as Kmniiure, Carp ts LiiitnliuiMs, Sr winji in.icliiiiest Pianos ; VALUE GIVING Has iieen the basis of our giea' st ixe*.,. V W.f' ' INT STY l\ v -, i.i-i: ix q -,\I,I rv. VALl'E IN WOKK.UAN-tlir V...

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AUSTRALIAN NAVY. Arrival Of The Destroyers. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

AUSTRALIAN NAVY. Arrival Of The Destroyers. Turi dark grey patches ag..m*t a e'ear sl;y lir.e, two tlii i inhnmis i.f smoke-tliese w.-ie the firs I indi- cations on Satu-day lint tile Aur¡ tialian fieri hail anivtd-in Af. 1 li-itti nc-, Til ere >;i^ nothing that coull be called .1 nu al p «cession or pageant:'-Nm- was there anything resembling the display mad-* by the . sixteen American war vessels when they steamed through tlie Heads a little move than two years ago. These Australian ships are merely the be- ginnings of a fleet; they nie not the fleet itself. That is to come later. The pioneers, however, were wi 1 comed both for themselves and for what they signified; for what they are now, and for what they suggest will be, They reached the Federal capital-their tillimaie destination on a clear day, with shores, houses and shipping showing tokens of good will, with people lining all points of vantage, with pleasure steamers and foils vaving salutes, and with the ?u-n itself smi...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Marie and the locust Fairies (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Marie and the locust Fairies (Concluded.) "You mustn't bc afraid," »lid thc Fairies. ''That's the .chief thing. .If you're quit« h-ave we carChelp. you; Mi*.-if you're afraid we won't be able to do anything at all" "Not afraid," said Marie decidedly. "Come along, iten/i-said-the Faires, and they each took a hand of the little girl, and together they flew along the grass The Squirrels remained to finish their feast. The highest gum was vervtall Marie look- ed sadly on to it. "Whn lone way" «hs saiH. The I* air.«.s dew Lp to the Iii st brunch, and they held their hands dowe to Marie. Lnckliy she was a have little girl, so she clung to them all the time ti.I she found herself at the top, at d in the most wondeaful workshop thcwcrld.- The w.-il.a ard rorf were made of bluegree- leaves, tint the «un Phone throuzh with a soft radiance, and the blue ol' the sky seemed.very near, soft u.uonses »ed gay colored flowers grew sround and hanging fr .ni the leaves were the rrost wonderU little, m...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A SUMMER FLIRTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

A .SUMMER FLIRT- ATION. (BY OKLU) Mary. Grey stood in lier garJ-u watch ng the flowers already in bloom, and pazing wi ll longing eyes on the rose bushes and climbers, that as yet had n^t blnnmed. It was cady bummer. Winter had .just fled and left in his place th« remnants of Sp ¡rig. Hnkcdiwit'i thc breath of Summer. Marr Grey \va<= dreaming in h-r gnrden "If said s.ie, ?'! could see one ruse blooming my Lover will come this week for me" In vain she scanned th' bushes, no bloom was in vi-?-, and rhen she turnedJier eyes l ' ? he beautiful green - stretches of hills, faraway to where the mountains 1-JO ned up blue in ihe,distance <*'.v r "Su h a r<ay" Mused Mary -'and :I could love so i e-one so- much-if ' they won d only come,,' ,. Karly in - th?..week .Maty Grey received a Ie ter from Franc s Day to say he WHS coming t i visit her. Mary was delighted, down she flew to her rose g >den and sine enough one or twill "liridel rose* were bloom- ing. T...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Worker No 2 and Albert Collins. (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Worker No 2 and Albert Collins. ' (To THE EDITOR) Sir, I notice the champion of moder- ation Mr A. Collins, to the fore once again, with his moderation doctrines I am sorry to see that the bagin cap- acity of Mr Collins, is so dull of com- prehension. The utterances con-       lained in my last letttr, "are some of     the same old stock arguments.' According to his "undigestable pal ate" and he cannot "swallow the   dose" he echoes forth in majestic array, wilh an assurance of success,   like a Roman Toreador calling upon my friend Edwin and Sontonius       to still enlighten this Masterpiece for moderation, as he is unable to       comprehend, and exercise these God   given faculties of common sense and   reason. Be not afraid friend Collins,   I will furnish you with all you ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Who drank the Beer. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

Who drank the Beer. Who drank the beer; that is the question that is bring asked to all the men on a new building about   ten miles out of Deloraine.   One of the men a painter by trade   went into the township to spend the Saturday night, and his money also, thought it a good idea if he went back on the Sunday night so as to get an early start on the Monday morning. This idea he carried out, he also carried out a bottle of three xxx pale ale, Being proud of it he started flash- ing it about to all he met; and his   mates seeing it wanted to test its strength; but this he would not agree to. He said that he wanted it for his work over graining &c. &c. He then put it away in his box, and the men went to work muttering dark deeds to themselves. Next morning when he went to get it, he opened his box, next moment he was seen to stagger and nearly faint. When asked by a boy who stood   near by what was the m...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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THE MOST Popular Man IN THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 24 December 1910

THE MOST Popular Man IN THE TOWN. We herewith publish the final results of this competion. The vot-     ing has been very heavy and great   interest has Been taken in this matter by the public of Deloraine and dis- trict. Considerably over a hundred different gentlemen have beenb men- tioned in the voting. We offer con   gratulations to the gentleman men- tioned in the list below, whose popu- larity is fully attested by their having received so large a vote.   The following is the final list of gentlemen receiving 225 votes or over The following gentlemen attained over one hundred votes each. G. W. Cameron Rev. Risley T, Quililm H. Freeman Parsons H. Symmonds M .D uaugli E Murray W. C. Cameron N. Kock No. Votes Mr. J. P. Sullivan 375 Dr. Cole 361 Mr W. Fitzpatrick 356 375 361 356 33O 333 33« R. P. Fu mig 330 J. Best M.H.A. 333 W. Carroll 330

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Deloraine Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Deloraine Police Court. The annnsl meeting of tLe magistra- tes was held at Deloraine yesterday for the parpóse of electing the chairman and the Licensing bench for the ensu- ing year. Mr ll. H, Symmons was re-appointed Chairman and the follow- ing were elected members' of tao bench :-Messrs R. H. Symmons, F" Cole, R. 0. Qrnbb and R. Learoyd. Mr R. G, Borne banded in hie resignation as Government nominee on the LicDBing benah. « Forged Cheques. At the Deloraine Police court on Wednesday last, before a foll bench of Magistrates. Roy Creswell, ayonthof abont i7 yerre of age waa charged that he feloniously did offer, utter, distóse i f, and pat off a certain forged chepue, or older for the payment of £3 48. drawn on the Commercial Bank, Deloraine, in favor of Ii. Fraser or bearer, and purporting to be signed by F. J. lio«ni'in with inti-nt to ? defraud, well knowing the said cheque to be for- ged. After bearing the evidence of Henry Winter-upon whom the accus- ed passed the cheque-F.J....

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Funeral of the late E. Maxwell. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Funeral of the late E. Maxwell. The funeral of the late Edward Maxwell, who sustained injuries at Carrick, which proved fatal, took place on Saturday last. The pioceas ion was a large one, and included a big attendance from the Loyal Pride of the West Lodge, I.O.O.F, of which deceased was a member. The Kev. Riley conducted the ser- vice, at the conclusion of which Secretary Uro. N. Hart, read the Oddfellows burial service.

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Hanging on to a horses tail. ACHILDS TENACIOUS HOLD [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Hanging on to a horses tail. :o : ACHiLDS TENACIOUS HUID Mr W. Johnston, of Newton Hill, Victoria, drove to Nort Geelong, on Tuesday, to do business with a local blacksmith. He was accompanied ly his two little daughters, aged seven and five respectively. After he had transacted his business he entered his buggy to return home when the winkers fell hack on the horse's neck, and caused it to bolt. Mr Johnston jumped out of the veh- icle, and was thrown to the ground by the reins tripping him. One of the children was thrown out after the horse had travelled haifa mile, but , the younger child clutched the horses tail, and hung on so tenacious- ly, that when the runaway was pull- ed up in the city after a gallop of two miles and a half, there was such a tangle of horse hair among the childs finger?, that it had lo be cut away with a scissors,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Read M j The "Deloraine an&^^^J bury Advertiser^^^H Published every ?^?l.^^^l morning. ^^^^H

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SLEPT IN A PIGSTY. THREE CHILDRENS' ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

SLEPT IN A PIGSTY. -:o: THREE CHILDRENS' ADVEN- TURE. A mild sensation was created at Cohuna, Vic. during the holidays A boy named William Pe'ers, aged 10 years, and two other children named Johnson-a girl aged 6, and a boy aged 4 years-suddenly disappeared. The township was searched without avail, and attention was then given to the outskirts, with no better success. At 5 o'clock the following morning Constable Pocking picked up their tracks, and located the children about six miles from Cohuna sheltered in a pigsty, on Mr. Grimes' farm, where they had slept, with the occupants, the night before. The children were brought home, and the lillie girl said on hearing the doics balking they went to the pigsty and slept there until daylight. When they woke up thev had a little talk and went off to sleep again. As the sty was very dirty she look off her pinafore to lie down on. They did not mind the animals, who occasionally came up to the childem gave a few grunts, and retired. Asked if ...

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Record Rainfall at Caveside. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Record Rainfall at Caveside. Th a :UKI:U o' Ddjeuwr close 1 with .limit a rejiri riiufa'.l for tnis Jisirio: ani it wai no; tiia":swdt oxy, bit tia c iii ir in irilly, tînt ¡mojen ant trying fir li .rnan bjiugs aa w,>ll as cattle. Thu tiial fall wai ¿Si paints io.- mo ..ninth, wi'.h lö iiys on wWie'i rain ff'l. Wwa.u Jar, l:li>a. >%"iSi pjiJt.», ".'??a 10 .rit,di'y*'-TiiH mitü a tnal for tba yeir!jt<iiïîS hei S7 pnn".s ¡or 137 wot ?l.iy4,<*yb|ij^u?i 1 ; Ult y ur ic wu 4I ¡neb.ia'Jy^riits, »ni 130 wat days. Tba new yeir ie jim to hire euterei with iiuprovel weithiiis.tjoniitioos so iar. We have h ii » leif àijrfc that bava felt iiuite like sii!n!uer.<2$§)4 desirable that it should be so, for tíie JíJiV. of those who are ba*y with hs'vest."'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

Subscribe to the Deloraine and Westbury "ADVERTISER" Four Shillings Per Year, Post Free. And Give Us Your Job Printing, Photo. Enlargements. MENDELSSOHN fe CO., The Leading Photographer of Melbourne. Make a special oller ol' Enlargements, framed complete, from ' any sirgle photo, for dBi. Coupons lor thin splendid line may be obtained from tho Managers of this paper, who are appointed Solo .Adonis. If you require an enlargement, or copies ol'any photo, pítate send to or call at this Office when our agent, Wit. SULLIVAN, will submit samples etc. MENDELSSOHN & Co.,80 Swanston St Melbourne. PIANOS, B rinds mead, Broadwood, Collard. & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Roish, Renardi, Steinmayer, ORGANS BY .Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liltigi 'gi'tvt nceifon titi Frer.ts :r> txtl.trgt^'" ffiili:' SY TERMS ¿ti WfflT>E~~igÔ R CATALOGUES 'KUISOLE ¡ AGENTSIE* ; C-1 Kirk I A VQ. The Piano" People, HIT^ r IPJULATO: George-st Launceston! PH Popular Column. IO words inserted...

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Mole Creek [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 7 January 1911

jVlole CreçK 'Tua holidays pa=s'd oil very (¡oietly at Mole Creík, the weather beia¿ most unse»3iiji l'île. Tue OurHtmis Tree wu hoi 1 as usu il, the irattieriat; bein* InMiu the Mach >JUt Can roll oa M>a day evania;*. Tin atten lance w is only fair aid most of th »se pros-at were re wird'l with a wett: \¿, ns h?avy raia ?;o um ''io'd t) fill vms ii o'olook. Go Cues 1 ay the neither wis Siill 110 settl 11, lain rnrh an i <!>':!, with heavy sa «vjrs at intervals. Bat in ¿pita of these onlicaons "a nuai'i'r of spjrt lovers *sä mtraited t» the Onul lei¿h sp)rt»; while others atteadid the annuli Bor-iogCty pi Ali at 'Uro olchili' (Oavesile) la«<in{ MoWereek ahnoit depopulated for the day. Oa Snaiay l«t Ute Presbyterian porhoa )¡ thc co ujirnity held their r s M'-^JI^^ÉI^BB^^^^jiwd close .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HtalB service! ^Ji^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ê

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