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Intemperance WRITTEN FOR ADVERTISER, BY SNETONICS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Intemperance ... \ WRITTEN FOU ADVEBTHKB, BY SKETO-KIUS At the present stage, intemperance in drinkingalcoholic liquors demands special attention. There is intemper- ance of many kinds, as of speech, of excercise, of eatinr, of drink. "Beware of self indulgence." It is upon a basis of stern morally alone that a truly healthy life can be bnilt up." Sloth, idleness, greed, luxury, inordinate eating and drinking, excess in any of the pleasures of life, all tend to, destroy the body that they seem to pamper and satisfy. Excess of anything is unwise, and generally harmful of speech would make us objectionable and disliked; excess of excercise leads to disease of the heart, while an undue quantity of food ruins the digestion and makes ?lie body gross and inert. There are other habits too in which excess is very baneful, as the smoking or chewing of tobacco, and the taking of snuff, while the eating or smoking of opuim always forms a dangerous habit. Bat the worst of all these practises li...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

. . Correspondence . . (This paper is pleased at all times t receive and publish correspondence, but our readers will understand that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed therein-Editor.) Publiihed at Deloraine every S^turda/rJ Subscription, 45- per annum in ad rance Z?99t free, 53- if booked

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

To THE EDITOR OF TUS ADVKIITISEB DKAH SIR. Alluw tue to oxpress my appreciation, of your eniorpriso in establishing tho Deloraine Bnd Westbury Advertiser. For years past tbis important district Ins bjcu unfortunate is not being rep- resented by any particular paper, and tlint, to a great extent, acconnts for tho lieT of interest shown in local affairs, and tbe apparent deadness of tho town and district. I hare lived in districts on tho main land which, througn the means of the local press have been trans- formed from a state of stagnation into , ono of prosperity. Thoro are many i little thing, Mr Editor, that need ox posing through tho medium of your columns, which yon no doubt hara Your columns will also bo involved I in Vf hick to champion tho cauBes ot the district which maj arise from time to time and in this particular yonr jonrnat should be an asaot to the district and should ba supported by all who wish to eee the interest of the district furthered aa their is no way, other ...

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

I . . - N0T23. j The first twa destroyers of the Gom moawe*lth Nary will shortly arrive in Australian waters, These ships will ba the first boats built to the order of the Commonwealth. j In the South Australian House of Assembly Mr.Jackson called the'Pre raier's attention to the fact thal Mr.. Wade, the Premier of New South Wales, was reported to have'said that he recegnised it to be his dujy to resign immediately after the result of the elections was made ¡nown al- though his party was equal in strength to the Opposition. He asjed, in View of the ridiculous way in which' the last South Australian Minister/ had hung to its seats, after it was defeated at the election, it was not abviiibte to alter the Constitution of the State, so that a defeated Premier might re- sign at once. Mr. Verran, in reply, promised to consultthe Attorney General on the matter. The Admiralty are désirions of burn- ing Australian coal in. the armored crui- ser Australia so that if suitable coat is obtained ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Column THE GIRAFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

: Children's Column.:j THE GIRAFFE. j Ï expect very, few of you have lever seen a giraffe, because they j are rare animals to find, even ina j Zoo. I A great many difficulties attend the bringing of these animals to any country. First of all, a special expedition must be organised consisting of very experienced hunters, and a great deal of food and water has to be taken, and quite a lot of baggage also. Then the animals have to be found and this is very difficult, for they live in the m:>st secluded forests and thickets in the interior of Africa, and sometimes weeks and mjnlhs pass before one is seen. The capturing ot tliem is also ¡ difficult, as they are very timid, ami j take flight st the slightest alarm, and | can gallop away from any but a very ¡ fast horse. When they are caught j they have to tramp a very long way, i often over sandy desert, until they j reach a seaport, from whence they j are shipped to their destination. j The London Zoo has frequently j received giraffe...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE HENRY REED. DUNORLAN ESTATE, is RICH AGRICULTURAL FARMS, WELL IMPROVED FROM 160 ACRES TO 300 ACRES MESSRS. ALFRED HARRAP & SON, have received instructions to ofter at public auction at the Oddfel- lows hall, Deloraine on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 at 11a.m. The above farms on easy terms. rians and full information as to terms of sale may bc obtained on ap- plication to the auctioneers. Solicitors for refeience-Messrs Ritchie and Parker Deloraine. House Painting, and Paperhanging, Signwriting and Decorating taken in nil i\< branches. Estimates given. Day work or contract W. Harvey, Flour JVliller, $aW, Plaining and JVIoulding Miiiß Etc. LEST HOLLER FLOUR. Sll.MJl'S 10LLARD, ll"AN, OATMEAL ROILED OATS AKli ALL MILLED LINKS AT Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. GIUSTINO DONE AT CURRENT HATES. TIMBER CUT TO ORDER. SEASONED BOAIM'S, T. oe G. FLOOD- ING ci W. BOARDS SA Wis' LATHS. PALINGS AND FENCING DROorcns ALWAY ON HAND. New and Second hand Furn...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

PATRONIZE LOCAL INDUSTRY Tte Dçlorainç Cordial and Aerated Water Factory. Try Kean's Hop ale A Sparkling Non-intoxicating Beveridge none like it

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 12th. Tho vexed holiday question ¡a «gain befare Parliament, and it is boped that atlastsomo settlement will be reached. But judging by the solution offered in tho Kill proposed, it is very doubtful whether any improvement will be mado. It is not proposed to fix either ?Wed- nesday or Saturday, the only two days deserving serious consideration, bet districts aro to nuke local arrangmonta. Eat whit concerns us very largely is the propoml to groop certain municipalities with each of the two cities. This is a propoinl which slioull be strenuously reseted by the members representing country districts. ThB argument weged is that the city business will bo injured but no just b«6is is given for this con- tention Tho plain truth of the case is one of veted interests against juatic, and as frequently happens the formar ¡B strong enough to make it-i influence felt. Lot U3 briefly review tho probabla position to bo creatod, which their mo...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

JOHN W. CLUNE DELORAINE FAINTER PAPERHANGER & DECORATOR. Twentjfonr jetrs practical experience all work executed at modérate rates, Onlj thc beat material ng*d, large a toe li of papen ete on hand, eight rolle ol paper and border 4/9-good.

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 — 12 November 1910

Westbury Police Court. At the Court of Reneral session held at Westbury on Friday 4th. inst. There were present The Warden Mr. D Bnrke Messe« O. W. Allen M. J. Maloney R. G. Heazlewood S. Badcock A. A. Hingston and Tbos. Armstrong J. s. P Foy 7 J. and It, Brown. The aboTe case occupied the attention of the Justices from 10A.M. until 6P.M. on Friday. The Plaintiff Mrs. Foy of Launceston sued to recover the sam of thirty ponnds from the defendants John and Robert Brown Westbury for dam- ages alledged to be due to the plaintiff iu respect to an agreement entered into by defendants for the rental of ten acres of lind with cottage and ont buildings thereon situated in Westbury. Tba defendants agreed to keep the property in proper and teiiantable condition where as t hoy the defendants were failed to carry out their agreement by allowing the property during their tenancy to get into such a state of disrepair as to becorao untenantable. The preperty being subsequently sold to the defendant...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Your Early Attendance Requested toys' y its Speaia JS^TO-L/^L 0000 îCted je, or Amas ï rad. ;.> Owr Show Ito ii.... Tczmiîig with pretty fiats & choice selection of fancy goods. Our Ih<?&¿ Department Comprises The very latest fashion "in Dresses, Muslins, Prints, Etc. At LESS Than city prices. Cv . Cf zkery and Furniture IQ fee seid ai very kw prices the cib.ii.ee é a lifefce. ? r'' ?drn^; : Sícid d Eiá,n:Mory tc k Slawghtexcc? 'at 4R F^4" v.'orth BouMe the À Big Sacrifice cbf>?r~cî ty Teri:1 v. ; .7r-:.- d P: S n \ d il: End" ï\d''* -J ç^d retaras ?:nd:nzà vildx Ûn Usl ni t:rn {.rr^r-^r^à. TL23 i? the f oimdatior* we have built our business ou, lacs ce our Great Success ' - f^ - r7t CSP. hy every arad:/ ye: rroà.ice zzi ttV- you cv..y article yon reqrrre. Frk g chry yenr wed i sell for Cash and yov will obtain the highest price. For OBC 'u'r^,^* vye paralize all ether Stores, with mi low pricer, nv. gr-od Yrlrr. ' rrr;^-;;..irrrc ;^cr. y G; y.;1, is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Wool FARMERS SHOULD CONSIGN TJIEtU WOOL, TO Alfred Harrop & Son. LAUNCESTON, TO HE SOLD AT THE WEEKLY AUCTION. Held every FRIDAY at the CAMERON STREET MART. The Competition of the Buyers ensures good prices. Edwin Best. limn to announce Hint in vii « of di XMAS trade, lie is | rv\ nre.l tn Mi)') ly ¡ nico vnricty of scii=»nnli]e ¡rooils. Tluvi include nninnir o'l rrj*. A lé¿r r.-iu-e uf rd-rc.ir.r.-. (iric'urlm.: Í $¡1101:1' line ¡it Si.tpcnie per rï>-in-ri. Picture ni ?! .Star- Hf.,V. Clinic" n-nrtin ? ts of' (.'(.tiTeofi<,tf ry A'so ll ll.il |;, ner:l! stock tit r, n-r.u"|.!i |. tiers. Deloraine, Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If you are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Wat ts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY. r SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS O IN HAND Funeral» conducted on shortest j notice. j

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Visit of the Governor [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Visit of the Governor On Tuesday afternoon last the Governor of the Stale Sir Harry Barren and I.adr Barron visited Deloraine cnrote lo Devonport to attend the I annual .«how at the last mentioned place On arriva] at the platform he wan welcon.cd to Desmine on behalf of the citizen? hy the warden, Mr R.H.Symm onds.. Councillor Learoyd, »nd the Council Club. His Excellency was then driven to the Deloraine Hotel hei>H«<t by au rerort or mounted police. The following morning, Ilia Excellency «nd Lady liatren attended the State School and wei e given a very cordial reception by the children, Ilia Excellency was received by a guard of honour consisting of a detachment of School Cadets. AB the Vice-Regal party entered the School. The children sang ''God Save the King" Mr Scott, Hoad Master then welcomed Ilia Excellency on the behalf of the Children on his first vis t to the Doloraino Schools. The Governor then addressed the Children corjguatucatmrj them on their fin« sinping...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Deloraine Tourist Association [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Deloraine Tourist Association -:o: - . -II - A. meeting o! tho above sr?ocÍBiinri w»í li' l-l in tho ante room ol the Town Hall ni Tuesday evmiig, Dr. Cole presiding. The secretary (Mr Geo. Conten t ) reported vnriuis ridai] Hort that 1 nd leen done finco last meeting. P' in?i . nrlenco wai» tnHed from tb« WfPtrrn Tourist Association lie Gordon Uiver reserve and asking lo»n of Deloraine district Lantern slides. Roo»¡wi end approved of. L. S. Bruce eerrdary Northern Tnsniania Tourist Ar-striation wrote re !Fsn« of enide books (liiceivru) »I»o re read to pleat LnUit Vi» Gi-Mm Vfller (Rccioved) P. C. Douglas under secretary wrute acknowledging reciopt of oriiniiuiiication re road to Baldocks Cave*, rorreppond'-nc0 was tabled from, lion the premier's olTire re Higgs track anil npph' ation for grant of ¿50. Mr Oi-amhera stated Mr Archer (Survtryir)had been written to re same. It wm unanimously decided to again crge tho trmnl. Tho Under Secertary wrote regarding i.«ue of hsnd book s. c'io...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Make a Note of it. por Everything ir] the Building line, go to W, C.Cameron, Builder and Undertaker. DELOP/Uj\ÎE.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Mr. J. Geo. McNicholl, [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Mr. J. Geo. McNicholl, This attractive country town \va~ on Mon. night favoured with a visit by Mr.J Geo M . .Nichol! on his way to Queenstown to act as adjudicator to the competitions of that place. Mr. Mcnicholl under the auspices ot thc Methodist Church took the entire programme of a concert in thc Tow n Hall. A wild wet night was againsC the attendance, out the performer gave evidence ol' uncommon rhetori- cal and dramatic powers. The aud- ience were submited to rt rare treat in this line ot cultured talent. A most agreeable variety of items were rendered in remarkably fine S'yle in- cluding the dramatic, pathetic, and the humorous. Monologues, Remin- iscences, Stories without word;;, Recitations with, ant! without, musi- cal accompaniments, Ventriloquism, and prestidigitations, made up a pio giamme of a, uniqi'eiy entertaining character. The rendering of thu di.unatic recital "Lasca" a st iry of Texas, and a piece entitled the "Looking Glass" with a nuisicaî accompaniment, were...

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REALISTIC SHAM FIGHT IN MID-AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

REALISTIC SHAM FIGHT IN MID-AIR. War in the air lia« buen pru. Used in tile most remarkably fashion by tile French Anny airmen at the camp at .Mourinelon. A telegram from their colunel warned thu airmen thal 'hus tile aeroplanes were about tu tty from Rheims to .Mourmelou, ami bade them intercept the "enemy." Lieu- tenants tironier and Clavenad took the air in a. Faruian biplane, une oí them carrying a lignt magazine rifle. A biplane and a monoplane-also dri- ven by Army pilots-- were sighted coming from Khcims. The oriners rose to a thousand feet, t'sing their glasses tiley saw thal the monoplane had only ono occupant, wiiose right Ininti was fully occupied with Hie controlling ot tile levers. According- ly tiley attacked bim on his right, hy- ing to within alana -lui) valais ol lilia, and shooting carefully as bu passed. It »as decided that the bullets would certainly have struck either tho air- man, lils motor, or his. propeller, ami that the monoplane would infallibly have been ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRECT BREEDING TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

CORRECT BREEDING TERMS. | In referring to the fast that many get into the huhlt of using certain terms in connection with breeding, whether they ure right or wrong, .Mr. C. S. Plumb says that the custom is calculated to lend to confusion. The i word "thoroughbred" ls commonly i used In referring to stock from ances- try of pure breeding. This is .incor- rect. Tin! word "thoroughbred" ap- plies to the racehorse of that name, lt hoing thu name of a breed. It should nut bo used to express purity of breeding:, for it is jiist as distinct ii breed name ns ls Clydesdale. What one should say ls "pure-bred." One farmer says he lins n "thoroughbred pig." Uut he lins not. Ho means that he has n puro-bred pig. The word "pure-bred" is meant to signify that an animal is descended from stock from registered ancestry. At some tliuo In the history of each breed the breeders ol lt have come together and established a breeding association of that brscd. The work of such an association Is to adopt som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

L. SCOTT, Rising Sun Bakery. BEST BREAD DELIVERED DAILY. WEDDING OAKES A SPECIALITY Refreshments at all hours.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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NEW FACTS ABOUT IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

NEW FACTS ABOUT IRON. Sume i m inus observations have, heen math' on the sounds given out by bars ol iron on receiving a blow. Tile Intensity of Hie souinl depends on temporal uro. ali.i with increase ot the temperature Hie intensity dimin- ishes mull lt. reaches a vanishing point near tin.' boiling temperature of watir linn centígrado), lin rising from l.'al .legres« to a .lull roil lieut, Ibo sound returns, roaches a maxi- mum, and again fulls olf und ceases. Tile "ext illelioli inti-rial" depends oil the prnportion of tarben in tho hun or stool, lt is nm to i.-,o denrées fur pure iron, ti;, tu lt;, ,logrees for low carbon stool, and sa degrees lu IL'u .logróos tm- high carbon steel. Stool, having a still higher percentage nf carbon, does mit show tho peculiarity. Maud: Si. Helen and .Jiu k have minio up their minnel, haw tina? Kthol: Yes. lint univ temporarily. They are going io ho married soon. "Mr. Heavyweight." said the minis- ter, "is willing to subscribe Llii.UU'l tor ;t new...

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