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An III-wind. (By L. B. Jopp.) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

?"-Vs;. Annïl-wïnd. (By L. B. Jopp.) "Ita «o ill-wind that blows nobody any good."-Old saying.' The ann had set in' a broad bank of pot| la clond, edged with' a'fringa of ? silver and gold. A Deep bloodied rilty ragged and toro, gleamed angrily »9 ,ne pale stars atola into a »ky all daffodil and ? rose. A hoFt of dusky shadows invaded the wide, wind-swept flats, across which the loan and white cat le trooped in a leisurely procession, long-drawn ont For tba third time that afternoon I frustrated the frantic efforts of a herd of grunting swine to pen' trate into tbe inormost re ceasea of ray private apart- ment-* he door opens on to a' meadow driviog them forth with liberal ki-ka and heated imprecations. That they were in aotnu remote degree akin to ' their Gadarene' forbears of Scriptural renown, wae, I consider, made manifest by the devil of adf-wi1] which animated their obscene bosoms, nrging them to repeated trespass, regardless of blows and coninmeiies. I had jost lilted a squea...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Flies and Fleas as Factors in Disease. (PART 2) [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

~ Flies" äiid= Filas.. as Factors in v fl " i Disease. (PART 2 ) Fi um notes taken hy t lie Vimi cipal Inspector- a- the .recent ."anilaiy Inspectors Conferene . I li; îi^-_ ' - . . . ! . '' Regarding flies in ic'ati'.u to typ- hoid Dr Pi'n./y stated that whilst serving ivifn .''Plumets column re- mained 'p'a'ctiially immune until after they lesh-d a fortnight in a standing camp at Waiker strom, The i eástfn the column escaped the first nine months s: i vice was prob- ably due to the fact tl at they seldom camped in the same place two days running and seldom reoccupied a previous camping ground Coin- cident with the outbreak of typhoid they had a plague of flies The Latrine-speedily' became their breed- ing and happy hunting grounds in the iiitcvals between their visits to ?the sitpply stores and the different messes'^ In New York special at- tention has been paid to the fly nuisence and it has been clearly Fhown that whenever flies became prevalent the death rate from in ster'ial d...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

j Local and General News ;o¡ From tho anonnl report of tho Cin- tra] Board of Health, no ascertain that Deloraine lins n splendid record in the matter of infectious diseases, or more correctly, in the matter of their scarcity. Frr tim year ending Juno SOtli, 1910, tho record woe ns follows:-Scarlet fever 2; typhoid fe7er, 9; Puerperal Fover 2; Pulmonary Tuberculosis 2. Tho West- bury municipality figures were spoilt by a big outbreak at Carrick, n little settle- ment ten miles om, I he fetal befog Typhoid 38 and Pnbnounry Tuberculosis S, Scarlet Fever, Puerperal Fever hnd Diptberio, all nil. Of these 38 coses of typhoid 18 occurred in six weeks at Carrick, including eight from ona bouse and fivo from another. Apart from this outbreak tho returns show that the Westbury Municipality was about the averngo of the State, and Deloraine district ranked among the lnaltbieth, The unenviable, distinction of thc biggest outbreaks of certain diseases went to Warnt»li for Scarlet Fiver, Latrobe ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Drowning Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Drowning: Fatality. A gloom was cast over Cliesunt yesterday morning when it became known that tl c dead body ni Mrs. He-vim ds had been found dead in the Mi an.lei i iv. r. It appears that that Iii ? d--cease! was teinp .rariy absent from lie 1: nie having arran- ged to stay at ^r. Don B iwiiian's lcsi.lence ti cue for tl ie childi en while Mr. .md Mrs. Br.vmin were away at ! Inhait .it tnuiing the Wed- ding of Mr Bowman D.-ceaseel was la-.t seen aliv e ab ut nirc o'clock on'I liur.-day e. cuing ;a-:, v. lien she was i rc: a iou t jieti'c t r'tlie night. When decv.vc l did ¡,..t cone fruin her io .ni on I'liday morning a search -as made i a her. and on au Jn-po ti ti n her I.J.III being made, i' wa- lound that be- be I had not been slept ii that il i ia lit. Search parties weie ot ? :.ce . ..ganbed anti and t was not logu before they carno across the body ll >atmg in tile river. An int|ii st was held on Fi ¡day altem i m Deceased was a daughter nf Mr, 1?. G. Home of Del iraiue a...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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WARNER'S FALLS. A DAYS OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

WARNER'S FALLS. A DAYS OUTING. [By E. MURRAY.] That grand chain of mountains, the Western Tiers, which extends almost ac- ross the centre of our wondrously beau tiful isle, is unique in the many attrac- tions it presents to the tourist, both as a summer and winter resort. In the bright Summer time, arrayed in all the glad colors of nature, the beauties are manifold, and the fishing in the uplands excellent. During winter the mantle of snw that covers its sides, and also the   summit, tranforms the Tiers into a   scene of indescribable grandeur. The side of the Mountain is serried with pic- turesque gorges and gullies, some of which are rocky and declivitous, while others are remarkible for the wealth of foliage that adorns the banks of the streams. The water from the creeks or rivulets, in the hurried rn'i down the mountain, assumes many curious and interesting forms. In no place is this more remarkably displayed than at Warner's Falls and several other wat...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Localand General News ' On Monday . evening Messrs Jonathan Best and 'John: Hope,;Ms. H.A.. addressed a well - attend- A mee'ing at .Mole Creek. The ad-, dressy we¡j;e ^principally ' on the ?^forthcoming Referenda on the alter- ation of the Federal Constitution. Mr. Best also referred to the changes in State finance since Federation. , Mt. Hope h.iielly spoke on the pro posed track from Sheffield to Mole     Creek, and the necessary bridge       over the Mersey. On Tuesday a rai tv consisting of Messrs J. Best M.H.A, and J. Hope M.H.A. and a number of Mole     Creek residents specially interested . visited the Mersey river and inspect- ed several posible sites for erecting a bridge. A certain amount descuss   ion took place as to the practicability   of different points, and it was gen .erally agreed that as direct a route   as possible was desirable. Mr....

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Chudleigh Show. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Chudleigh Show. , A Committee meeting in connection with the Chudleigh Agricultural, Horti- cultural and Industrial Society forth- coming show was held in the Chudleigh Hall ou Saturday night when the fol- lowing members were present:-The Chairman (Messrs E. W. Oliver) Messrs A.. Brnmly, C. Ashdowd, N. Oliver, H. Scott, W. Scott, J. Benuet, H. Ritcliie, W. Tillyard, \V. Oliver, A. J. Richardson, A. Kirkham.-J. By- ard. G. Howe. F. H. Hilmes and the Secretary, G. L. Flowers. Snow GrtonsD. The Committee who wis appointed at the previous mieting to in'pset a pad- dock kindly off-red by Mr W. Flovera for the ptjrpno of holding the show in, reported that the paddock wai most suitin'e, an 1 s'.'ong'y recomum led that fie off jr be iceeptel, after consider- able discussion a motion movJd by Mr. Tellyari and scanted by Mr Bennett, was carried to that effect. DATK or Snow. The date for hilling tbs show was fixe! for Wednis lay Anril 5th. PllOTBCriSG ISSI UK EXIIUIITS. i As there li ivs bien ...

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Classification of Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 21 January 1911

Classification of   Teachers. In. this, months "Educational Record" the, appointments and   classification of teachers and schools   is published! The following list shows the arrangements which are of intetest to our readers.   Deloraine (Class IV) John Scott (H T j; Mary,Scott.VU Af». .Thomas Lay (I T ); Monitor to.be appointed. Wet bil: y class IV ; Harold Black- I wood (ll T Elizébetli M. O Brian (V. A ) ¿Wallace Hope (J T); Mm ¡tor io b, appo n eel., Kim .eily (V)-Vernon H , Smith (H. T ); Olive Ibbol (V A.) ' Hail on iV)v Herbert .Tomlinson, M A (H T.)¡ Mildr-cl >'cott (V A) Exton ! VI) Mary Acar (H T ¡ Voni'or lo be appo'nted. Mole Creek (VI) Arthur Dalziel (H T ¡Monitorio be appointed. Hagty ! Vi) Cornelias Hope (H T) Monitor to be appointed. Dunorlan (VI) Joseph. H. Ozame (H.T.). Dairy Plains i VI ) Eleaner Paton Beulah (VI' Winnie Lovall(H.'T) Monitor to be appointed West Meandcr(VI). Mary John- .-* stone t Pieivisjoii...

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Irish Blight. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Irish Blight. Tlie Diiecloi cf Agrictillcic slates tliat 18,000 bags of Tasmanian not- aires were shipped to N S. Wales la:-t week, and none of them show- ed any ti aces of Irish blight. The ctcps gicwii g on the Noith-West Coast aie being sn icily inspected and spraying opei niions are bring can ¡ed out under the supei vision of Mr, A. M. Lea, Government Ento- mologist. The potatoes being shipp- ed are inspected before being sent away. Mr. Benson does not anticipate any restriction in the receipt of shipments by the other States He thiiil s that the} will be quite satis- fied with the precautions taken at the port of shipment, as they do not wish to precipitate a shot tage of tubers on the mainland. HIE POTATO TROUBLE Thc Chief Ins¡ ector (Mr T. A Ta bait) has retuinid to Hobart hom the N.W. Coas», where he has leen ir.quiiing into the potato tiouble. His report, will te submitted to tie Dilector r f Agriculture (Mi. A. H. Bensen). The Dil ector, when seen bya"Meicury" leporter, sa...

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Heavy Storms in Victoria'. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Heavy Storms in Victoria'. -'?-:o : A very severe storm burst over Geelong on Tuesday afternoon at a quarter to three o'clock and for. twenty minutes there was a remark- able fall of lind and rain. The rain registered during that period was 120 points. Channels ovei flowed, and many business places were hmndeiated. The hail stripped trees " of I lie ir foliage, riddled skylights and windows and peiforated flowers and plants. Many of the hailstones weie as 1 ig as pid{.e< ns eggs, it was a remarkable sight to see numbers of peuple shovtllit g hailstones off their roofs at the cir se of tile Ii envy ¿ storm. The oldest townsmen couldn remember ever having witnessed such a stol ni in Geelong before. Channels suffeied badly, and many of the roads had the blinding wash- ed elf the sui face for a considerable distance, lt will cost the City Coun- cil a (good deal lo effect repairs. The loi-s to the lnish.css pee pie will stmi into tin usancls of poiu.ds Thc stoim was piraticall...

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Legislative Council. MEANDER SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Legislative Council. -:o MEANDER SEAT, Sh-As the lime for this Election is drawing near and several names is mullioned as likely lo come fbr w ai cl amongst Hiern I notice is the Hon. \V. Hailnoll a betier of more litling person could not be found lo lill the \ncancy as he is a man of gieat cx| tiience and has a large ineiett iii the distiici is thoioughly inr epci dent and plenty of time at his di.'pcFal io lt ok after our interest another name I see mentioned is Mi Jr hu Iltpi who is already ii. Fal linn ni ai.d doing veiy good wi ik. Then 1 say keep tl.eie, as if 1 e's seat became vacant there would ' be Hie cost of ai.otl e elidion, and peihapswe vr.uk! not be as well i ( pi t teni ed. to e'etlcis be up and t!i ii g arc! ;e!rct Hie best man. ¡ Ye m s and old elector.

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RICHMOND SMASH COMENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

IUOHMQND SMASH OOMEN SATIOÍÍ. Already JE125,000 lina been paid in conj),i nsaturn ia lODDectien with the Uichmcnd ra'Inraj disaster, and it is hkfly tlint before the accouota are fully eettled another JËiO,00 will have been expended. The compensation pa> mm,ts iii connection with the Sun si int accident amounted to Lia4(noo. NORTHERN ASSOCIATION. LAUNCESTON, Tlnisday-At a meeting ul tile Northern Tasman- ian Ci ic et Association tonight the Circular Head Association app'ied lor a fi'in i ion thf request was not Braut«!.

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Funeral of the late Mrs Reynolds. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Funeral of the late Mrs Reynolds. -:o : The funeral of the late Mrs Reynolds, whose body was found in the Meander River on Friday morn- ing lait, too'' place lask Sunday. The funerat lett Chesunt about 12 30 and was led by the Waiden and councill- ors, and followed by the many of the family; there were about SO veli cles and eq'ially as many horse- men, while all-out 270 pedestrians marched behind. On arriving at the English Church Delorane, the coffin w.is carried into St Slarkg, church, when the service was c inducted by Rev B own. Th a church was crowded to its utmost capacity. The servie* in the church was concluded by the singing of thar touching hymn. Abide with Me' in which ¡he .vhole assembly joine3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Popular Column io vvotja inserted in this column for (id 15 «ords insetted in this column for 13 30 words insetted in this colun.11 for Is (xl 25 words inserted in this culumn for 2a WANTED. To leant Printing Trade. About 14 yeats of age. GIRLS WANTED, "Advertiser Oliiee. P. H. Colbert's stud bull, services 55. each cabh £1 if booked. lt EPA I Cn-ani Sepetators, Haiveslors. Mot' 1 Kngines, ldtycles eic, J_ I Al li EV, DELO ti A INK. B E R EA V E ME NT N OT IC ) ' Wu. AND Mus. MAXWELL wish to tl.auk the Menti ers <f the Oddfellows Lodge, for kind letters tif syit't-atl y, .db" for pumpt pay nient of fiuteial bet.cfit rn tl.e death of their beloved son Ted, DON STORE DELORAINE Coopers Sheep Dip, Kemps biar.cing lluid, 1-,ay Iviks, sythe blades ar.ct handles, sick'cs, binder twine pure mouilla, I'ussion hemp sewing twines a special line, harvest ing oils in one and four gallon tins in any puantity. KEKTISH CHITHIES W'AÎTED IN ANY QI'AKTITY. Buy your harvesting rcquirenents a...

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Hobble Skirts Jeered at. Young Men Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Hobble Skirts Jeered ] at. i -:o:- j Young Men Arrested. Hobble skirts were made the subject o£ a leerse criticism by a number of young men in Melbourne on Saturday evening, and, as a result many ladies were obliged to suffer insult. Sjme were even followed and molested as they proceeded along the thoroughfares. About IO o'clock two arrests were made. Gerhard Wictorin. aged 21 years, was arrested by Constable Madin on a charge of having behaved in an insulting manner in Klizebeth-street. A similar charge was preferred against William A. Clinton, aged 24 years, who was taken into cusody by Constable Harrison ii» Bourke-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Here We are again. There is only one m.i'se it Bicycle tint will j«iv<- y ul general satisfac- tion, hitit Ur pleasure and racing ,thev alni est lain themselves). To obtain one of th es ; cycles, elli at the Depot anti pay a sm til clepis.it they miy he li ta on v ¡ry easy terms also y mr repairs a id access nies by first cl iss w ir'cmen .and at City prices D i:U forget the address - W. M. MORGAN MA SS ICY COMPANY, Opp isite G.PO. Del i ailie PATRONIZE LOCAL 1NDJSTÄY The Deloraine Gordiai and /grated Wat3i" Factory. Try K?zn's Fi jp ale A Sparkling' Non-intoxicating Bîverage none like it. J. Watts Deloraine. Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If you are abril to Build or mike additions to your dwillin* hive a chit with J. Watts D s lo raine A FULL SU I* .'LY u- SIC \ vj N' KD Ti.UBICR ALWVVS Ü.V ll WD. Funsrais conducted on shortest notice It may be A Good Butcher (f S3 il.) Tt fi-í-Jl i i l.'iv. vii- -lr :i, til. Alverston Meat Mart. * Where you .ire nure tn gc: The Che...

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The Woman on the Land. BAKING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

The Woman on the Land. -:<y 1 BAKING DAY. (By "Experience.") I hare » lively recollection of my first Attempt at bread making. Nut that i' vra9 a failure-far from it, in lee I. Jof the anxiety I gaitered lest Euch i stupendous ander taking should fail short of the expectation of the family plaited the first grey hiirs io my bead. A irpiuJIy iieigbour ¡m l Bent ran a b iitl . of home made yeast, which she said wai "working beautifully. 30 it was. It worked all day in a corner of the kitchen miking most alarming noises, and try- ing its beat to explode as the cork was firmly tied down. In the erecting I se', to work to make the bread. With torror in my heart I seize! that bitt! < of yeast and carefully turning the cirk end away from me I cat the string. With a load bang the shot oat into epaea followed by a fountaiu of yeast; but I managed to save enough for my bread. ÀLA.RQE BUCKET FULL OF FLOUR. AB there mast bo many among oar new settlers «rho liare no practic...

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Meander [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

Meander ( Hy Mrs Mcc\vceiii y) . I < Surs I trust that my f ¡end Daly M iii teach tl«itu Pviiitichmis the devils I awn lesson for pliat they calls justice It's nivself that knows the tactics played by thim, the poor workin' man lias allus been ri 'nigel {or their spontane HIS combustion, faith he has indeed. Meander, yes be gob, it Wvjtild be a 5;real «.lay tor the coun- try if thim liberal politichun-, w mid take a Meander, and iave the rulin' o' the cornil y In the h nids o' the lab tr pai ty As me husband mee'-ly says Biddy, the devil fly away with the lot o' tin-ill, fur the biaguards are in good, anti its lime Hie crook of the UcGuiness s was put upon the lot o' thim. Moie power to thim Mr Daly, strike thim hard. Ve have a gootl name, sine ye ll ive. Faith we'd show them tit the next election what the wilkin' ..ian will do sure, we'll wip.- th . finie wid thim iud, the fellow wid the muck rake too, begum he'll b." seeking a hame in some of titi.11 bantlyo it li desat...

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News From Various Sources [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

News From Various Sources Parents and guardians ate remind- ed tliat the date fixed for the last day on which their IKjys can be en- rolled for military training is Jan- uary 31st, whic'i is Tuesday next. The amount of wheat stacked at the various railway stations around about Victoria yesterday morning amounted to nearly two million bags. Owing to the drain on the timber supplies by thc opening up of the Powlett coal mine the State Forest's department have decided to take immediate steps toward meeting the demand. Three hundred and fifty bushels of wheat weie destroyed by tire at Fingal during the week. The wheat was the property of Mr Von Stieglitz.

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News Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911

News Nuggets. U iji ig J ii!i iii nts w 1 bi i ute : "...lin tie ittr.u'tii-o prijr.i'iftli s ih ni'te 1 hy the new duli, the Dil .i-ii i . lh:i u 1 P, ,ttiug Club. Toe p i-bu s. whieh w -re printed at the "A.leei tiser" ol't'ue, and are wi bb- ! i 1, S', nv that g > > 1 prizes af being ottered. Tin tiaiiit traffic grow* every ye ir. Di. Hg the 11 sh w.'c'; wo understand there have b-eu ab nit littytiii-ds staying at tue Del U' aine ll itel, au 1 thc other h 'tels an 1 noa" ling h mses have been well put I i used. There a-e alsi a nu'iiV-r ol' visit m w'i i li iv : I i'cen ro ian. Plie C invent of Mercy opened their ['rep ira'orv School on Monday m oriii lg when t u;re was a gul ateo lance. The IT gh Schul chil- dren li ive au extra week linne they assemble. Reports are coming t i ha i l of s une big cops. Mr. 1». C. Heit, of '.Pleasant Vale" h is thirty acres of wheat which is expected to average fifty bushels per acre, and other crops which s'l nil 1 viel 1 well. The Kdit or...

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