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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
. r Correspondence ï : -:o: (This paper is pleased at all times to receive and publish correspondence, but our readers wilt understand that we do ' not i necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed therein-'Editor.) I Published at Deloraineevery; Saturday. i Subscription, 4s. per annum in advaace post free. Ss- if booked j To the Editor In your last issue, the terrier t came out with another liny yapp which clearly denotes the distemper to growing on ..im, it ;s so very feeble and weak if it was not for having a good cure for cases of Iiis sort, I should think it beneath my notice, so I will recommend a three course dose' of my famous Muck Rake pills. Though you are a true Socialist Mr. Secretary, you are pleased to cast insults on the poor sundowner and beggar although cost clown by poverty sickness and hunger, your superiors morally, you might be equals with nature. Thinking you for your valuable snact*. Dear Mr. Editor. The hst part of Mr. Daly's correspondence of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Bros.' Famous Jinkers FINEST BUGGIES & WAGGONETTES. - Used all over Australia. - Write for priced catalogues of rehicles andi hjrntfs. .te-187 Queon-sjtreet, Melbourne, and Works, 620 to 640 Church-street, Mouth Richmond. il HOING HMHIU OP TUB Cinderella Opera Company DECLARES THAT CLEMENTS TONIC Has No Equal fop Giving Confidence and Nerve Strength and Curing Nervous Breakdown, and Recommends it as the Bast for Nerves & Blood. Mr. TOM PATNE, of tho Criterion Theatre, Sydney, Prin- cess Theatre. Manchester; Court Theatre. Liverpool; Kingle Theatre Olasgow; and the Lyceum. Edinburgh; through climatic conditions unuaed to him. Buttered from general lassitude, which threatened nervous breakdown. Following advice, he took Clements Tonic, with the usual result-he becam« rapidly healthy. He pays it a graceful tribute In the following letter» Cinderella Opera Co., Criterion Theatre, lO/O/'OS. Clements Tonic, Lld., .Tn Australia, I bava experienced, great lassitude and nervo...
The Squaw man's Revenge. Wilson Forbes Dramatic Co. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Thc Squaw man's Revenge. -:o : Wilson Forbes Dram- atic Co. Ou Tuesday evening last the town of Deloraine was , visited by the Wilson Forbes Dramatic Com- pany with that facinating Drama "Tile Squaw Man's Revenge". This play was splendidly staged, the leading light being Mr. Wilson Forbes, who takes the part of Gonion Lindon, The Squire, whose striking ability was well appreciated by the audience, Frank Lindon, the young soldier, who returns to his sweet-heart, Edith Watson, after two years absence at the Boer war, to find her married to his Uncle, also deserves credit. While Lorènz obe Ribas, the villan of the play took his part with remarkable accur- ateness. Edith Watson, the soldier's sweetheart^ remarkably well, while Tabitha Timide who took the comic side of the play caused much merriment by her love making to the corporal. Mr Phil, Morgan the squires corporal. On Wednesday night the "Belle of the Bowery" was played by the same c un piny with remarkab'e suc- cess in which Miss...
Annual Report. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Annual Report. The annual report issued by the Department of Public Health has just come to hand, and containsr some very interesting reading, from which we make the following ex- tracts : The natural increase of population in Tasmania was higher between and ' 9o8 than any of the Avsir alion States. Comparing the six Commonwealth Sates, The Statistical! shows that Tasmania has the largest proportion of Australian-born population,viz., 86 per cent., and the lowest prop- ortion of population born in the United Kingdom, Il 52. More than a third of Hie people are located in the two chief towns, Hobart and Launceston including contiguous suburb m areas. The percentageof population in the meropolitanarei of Hobart to the rest of the country is 22 39. The population of Hobart is given as 41.620: Launceston, 24,535. These figures show. As to sex distrubtion, there are ilO males to each 100 females in Tasmania, ascontrated with Wester an Australia and Queensland, with 537 and 119 males lo ea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Subscribe $.0 the Deloraine . -¿in c! - "Westbury "ADVERTISER" Your local paper, which contains all local news. Four Shillings Per Year, Post Free. If you want to buy or sell anything, you will find our Popular Column has no equal The "ADVERTISER" has a larger circulation throughout the Deloraine Municipality than any other paper; Give Us Your Job Printing, We can do it as cheaply as any one and at shorter notice. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO RECEIVE ANY ITEMS OF INTEREST WHICH OUR READERS MAY CARE TO SEND ALONC.
LATROBE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
LATROBE Thirty-three ti nek loads of pro- duce «ere sent to Devonport yester- day. The deliveries aniounied to 1,533 I ags potatoes, 345 bags oats,. 114 tars w heat, 467 haps chaff and 4O baps turnips, (Prices remained, unchanged. DEVONPORT. There was a great rash of produce, prim really potatoes, yesterday. In all 15,118 bugs of the taber came in to Devonrort to which has to be added the delivery earlier in the week of 3,143 baga which made the purely local stocks last night I8,26I bags. To this total hare to l e added 5,282 bags shipped at Burnie by tbe s e. Kekapc, and 272 bags ship- ped at Siai hy by the s.s. Glnocus, malc iiiir a grsDd total of 23,815 bags of pi tatr.es available for shipment by tho steamers named for Sydney, The day's beliveiifí at. East Devonport were-iy"G hais [o'ft' rp, 73 lai s of than*, 48 bugs of cat?, 36 tags turnips, 141 bis straw. At \Vfst Devonport the teams brought in 2,428 bags potatoes, 203 bags oat». 1" bags tnrcipe; ar.d rail Iraflh- wa» lr-,714...
CRICKET. Tasmania V South Africa [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
ep.GKET. Tasmania V South Africa The second match between Tasmania and South Africa was . suited nt Hobart on Friday, Jan-, uai y äuth. There weie several changes in the Tasmanian team the only representatives from .the North bring Martin, Smith and Winds ir. The Springboks included Faulkner and St'icken in place of Milich and Pegler. The game was delayed two hours, owing to the sinked wicket, Snub Africa went in first. The wicket played fairly well, but they did nit show to advantage, Windsor w is in great form willi the ball, brea ing fara both sides, and the South Africans admitted his bowling was a source of great trouble to them. He wound up with seven wie ets for 95 runs, Carroll toak 2 for ll», and Biddaji, the fast bowler, 1 for 2ij. The visitors score was l"fi, of w'iich Snookes male 7!, by excellent civ;'! et; Sinclair 1.23), and Nourse [ 18; were the next b.st. The champion. Faulkner was a disappointment, as he only made fi, and was then out. The Tasín lilians lost one wi...
General Booth. TO UNDICRO AN OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Genoral Booth. TO UNDICRO AH OPERATION. "Oeiieral" B loth, n >w in his eighty sujoai J'eir, 'S shortly to undergo mi operitinn for cataract on his left eye, "flu '^eaerai' is mw practically lil i ri J,*' .'.Major" P-rry, nf tho Salvation Anny h'iijqn irt irs (L ind in), re :ently anted. ' dutverer, aUluiig'.i thi sight is IVHII utely lost in the right eye and the grow- ing oatiracfc ia the left maltes it imposs- ible for him to recognise anyone stand- ing trios i io bim, he refuses to bs an invalid an 1 carries ont his work dlily. When he has gifen his secretary and typist enough work to go on wich he writes himself, feeliag his way over the pago hu cannot see. It has not been deeided yet winn tho cataract op'ration may be performed, bat his doctors think it may ba safely undertaken shortly. The 'general' himself is very eagsr to lose no time, as the operation, if suiiess fnl, will brin£ him bick from almost total blindness to prictijill/ complete sight in one eye."
Liffey Falls. 16 miles from Deloraine. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Liffey palls. 16 miles from Delor- aine. Liffey Fill", arriving at GoHen Vilify 10 mil'« from DM faine aid condoning alonj; ihe. great IjiAc trick until a few yards bayoud tin lt milo pe&lt; tlmro is a bridle path lealinir to the most beantifnl series of Watorfilla in Tiisinaiiiu. Four ni all, within n space of tlireo huudrod yards, two milos from the Lake tra-k and 16 from Deloraine, Arriving at the Liffey, tile first of the in inj ii i'nr il jAttraetiun is a tesMla'ed pavement spreai over tlie hod of tho o IM.'V, net in ."quires as evenly ai if hid d i vn hy thu hand of man and flushing at the top of Hopetoun Fall, Rome twenty yards further, is tin Alexvrlra Fill, passing down tho Leap is reaehed, t iii is thonnst p ctiPar of tin pe-ies, the wntjr having worn worn u ch* . nel MI the limestono rock thro-! feet w de md about t'ireo feet deep soint oight yards in length an 1 falling in'n a natural bisin some twenty hot hoi iw, Cro'^inj the cr.'ok over a na'.tiral liri Ige the...
State Properties TRANSFERRED TO COMMONWEALTH. Payment of interest appiled fo[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
State Properties TRANSFERRED TO COMMONWEALTH. Payment of interest appiled io". The conference of Premiers of New South Wales, South Australia, and Viet -lia was continued at the I', cniiîi 's office on Saturday morn- ing. The p incipal subject for dis- cussion was the altitude of the States toward t!io C' iimioitwt-alth in t elatt ni lo t' ausfei i ed pio,iei lies. When the Commonwealth was established it t mk over properties to the value ol' .iver Ctt.UiJO.UD'l from tilt-» S ates, h it has never paid either principal or intci cst. The feeling on the part of th« Stat--* is that, with the readjustment of financial rekit i MS lintier which the Comm >tt weahh has taken for its own pur- poses i I it-ge amount of revenue that previously w is p lid to the States, the time has c mi . when the C iiiim.ni vealth sh-mid make s »me retino foi property it has ta'cen. The discussion on Saturday showed thal the Pi eniL-is^VvJcw Saith Wales, South AuS^Ha,' a i l Vic- toria (Mr. M'Gnven, Mr. Ver...
Meander. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Meander. It won'd be »til if the Meander peo- ple wonld lake to breeding lersey cat- tle to rmi on the road they do not ap- pear to gel molested by motorcars or collide mlh the local policeman and a fine milking strain they are too to far tbi« season bas the appearance of a prosperous one for the /armera of this district everywhere yon go the crops look well hay catting has started and some heavy retoma are expected the pea crops are an exception and very heavy yields are i'xpected from thi* particular grain Mr J. Hop« bad rather a 1 veiy time on Wednesday night ia Msander Hall with tbe laborites.
Advertiser's first three months. PROGRES[?]ING FAVOU[?]ABLY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Advertiser's first three months. VW »GRUS -INO KAV0U.IAI3LY To-days issue January ¿Sdi. marks the end of the hist quarter of the publication of the "Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser", During the first three m mths of our existence we have received support from the lesidents, both ol the towns and and district, which has far surpassed our very wildest imaginations. Our s ibscip ion list is growing flatly, new subscriptions being Drought by every mail. It bas been the aim nf the proprietor to cater fir all dishes of the o immunity a t I the m tnagc inent have been well regarded in this respect by the m ray and varie! compliments which have been received from all sides, ever siucj the dite of th-; first publication. The far reaching extent nf the circulation hus had tilt effect nf making the "Advertiser" wli.it the proprietär desires it to b;-vu; a ¡irst clasí advertising m -diam, evi- dence of this fact cia be seen by the great numb.-r of business people who use its .o llamas. IVacti...
Farming in Australia SOME CANDID REMARKS. SCOTTISH COMMISSIONER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Farming in Aus- tralia SOME CANDID REMARKS. -:o : SCOTTISH COMMISSIONER'S VIEWS. Piiorto the dejadme of the mem- bers of the Scottish Agricultural Commission for Wist Austialia, Slr E. E Mallison, M.A, ene of the ex- perts on claiiyinr, freely discussed the merits of the business as he had seen in variouss States, Queensland he said to a "'Register" repoi ter, was the home of veiy primitive dairies. Few South Wales was a little moie rclvanced; and Tasmania was ahead of all other States, so far as he had journeyed. Taking the industry as a whole, and comparing Austialia with Denn ark and Holland and other Kinopean countries, he re- wan! ed that "out here you brue n&lt; t grasped the rudimentry principles of scientific dairying '? -'Bad faimimg he added, "is one of tho most, com- mon ft atures of Austialian agricult- ure, Theie aie millions ol acres of land suitaMe for settlement, and your people clo not seem to know how to USP it. Fvcn in the setted aiea,atid on the best land...
PARKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
PARKHAM. Much sympathy was expiessed throughout tlie whole nf the di.-tiict last week winn it Lu came ? kim wu that Mrs. Reynolds had been found diowncd in the Meander Uiver, lt is understood that the deceased had been tn failing health for some time past, much sympathy was expressed for Mr. and Mrs Roi ert Home. Del- oraine. Mi s Rejno'ds being tin ir eldest daughter Sincerest sjinpatliy is also fell foi I lie bcieaved husband. Mi Renrlds being well known ard having many friends in this distiict. The weather leniains beautilully fine in this district. Hauest opera- tions are in full swing, many of the farmers aie cai ting in hay, while some of the oat crops are quite green A few houis .1 nin would do an im mence amount of good to the pastille.
TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
TIT BITS. China possesses a Dictionary of Biography restiictecl to women. One of them certainly deserves to be remembered, for when her husband contemplated writing an essay en- titled ''There is no God," she stopped 'him by staying. "If there is no God why write an essay about Him?" >^ Hegau: "I think Miss de Blank is very rude." Jones: "What causes you to think that? I never thought her so." Hegau: "I met her out (or a walk this afternoon, and asked her if I might see her home. She said yes, I could see it from the top of the high school buildings, and that it wasn't necessary to go any further.
Much and Nothing Much. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
Much and Nothing Much. -:o: (By Bin Bolt's Assistant.) Lat our and libe tal ai e still fight- ing over the hall up Meander way. 'I he best . hint' they can do is to meet behind someone's fence with the gloves on. What c'o you think cf the can of cream that refused to go to the fac- tory? Slust be tl e hot weather. Did you hear about the champion Lady walker? Well she left Golden Valley to walk to the Great Lake, with three children, youngest 6 years She got on the wrong track and came out at Jackey's Marsh. She found out the right track and walked up the mountains again, reached the Lake late at night and walked home &nbsp; again next day. I reckon someone will have to put some finger posts up now. &nbsp; i »as admiting our Light Hoist" troop the other day. . Wond r will they give us pretty clothes a-d 'eathers to wear when we have all to be srddieis. Do you know that wattr trough out Ntedles way. Well I was out there and my horse complained about the state it is in....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 28 January 1911
DEMPSTER'S ? THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies io Country Clients. Every Article bought on our Guaran tee. Namely: A ny Cli nt having purchased an aru'cle'that 'aili to nive satisfaction please i eturn same immediately and we i-fund you ninney as cheerfully as we take il from you. Satisfaction always WIC .rc not infallable, but no one can lie "stung" hire .villi uidjsir-i able purchase, tiring i your mistake or o TS. - - WK aim tn make it plc isa it for you to liny at the B'>MI I Vii. - DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On tu- pc>ple Mun!.'! the simple rnt'.i ali mi w i it Wi -ell WE PAY FREIGHT On all i.i-ilei-B nf D.aiK-ry tn the value of fl andover io vim' neares railway station and po:,t This (Ici-s not apply to bulky articles snell as Fitriirure, &lt; 'arp .( Lineulumns, S.-wmii machiuest Pia;.i s VALUE- GIVING Has been the basis of our great i c ct.. . VA MT« IX STVI.R. YAI.UK IN IJI.TAMTY. VAr.nc r.v WORKMANSHIP VAI.UK IN KVKRYTHIVG WK SKT.L...