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A Bush Heroine. THE STORY OF THE [?]OMAHAWK REEF. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 February 1911
A Bush Hçroinç. THE STORY OF THE TOMAHAWK REEF. CHAPTER 1. "Its about time, Art;e," paid Williai GnnM', similimtly addressing h yonger brother Arthur, ,'to give np yon Tomahawk . Reef hobby. Inslead c conjuring up visions of gold-spannl i reefs, a young fellow should come t&lt; close grips with what is practical am rnatter-of-f»ct, else he'll find himself 01 th« wrong side of things in general1 "Then you don't believe my state menta," rMnrnod the yovnger brother hotly. ' Yon seem to think that I've concocted a deliberate li« about tbii discov-ry of gold hearing stone. That' j broiherly of course," he added bitterly I "bnt I'll prove my words yet, or I "Artie, lad," interrupted tho eldei brother, soothingly, ''neither Dad, Mani the girl-", nor anyhody els» think yon art wilfully pitching a fair/ tile, bnt we'n fairly well satiffi-d that you were deceived by appearances. There's a good deal ol mica in quartz, yon know, and a novice might be easily deceived. It's a pity yon los...
"MUCH MARRIED". [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 February 1911
"MUCH MARRIED". The Edwin Geach Dramatic Comp- any is pay-in* a return visit to the N^rth-West Coast, on their way to hobart, where they will open a new theatre that is nearing completion tn the capital. They will appear at Latrobe on Monday and Deloraine on Tuesdav in the (arcial comedy, "Much Married.1' The play is based up ii the old mnlher-in-'aw joke, combined with the equally an- cient je-t about the appatently err- ing 'but in reality, quite faithful hus- band. The entertainment is pro- ductise of hearty laughter through- out, and the charade s will be sus- tained by Misses Willie Lempriere. Nellie Florence, Kathleen Arnold, Enid Bowman, and Messers Bran- don Cremer, Walter Vincent, Law- rence Lenny, and Baby Cremer, the last-named taking the patt of the mau about town. Popular prices will be charged.
Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 February 1911
: Correspondence . (This paper is please J at all Mmes to receive and publish correspondence, hut our readers «ill understand that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with thc opinions expressed therein-Editor.) Published at Deloraine every Saturday. Subscription 4=- per annum in advance post fru?. 5S- if hooked ÇVo l'un EDITOH) Dear Sir,-I was pleased to read in y mr last issue, at Hie Hie success with which your efforts in establish- ing the "Advertiser" have h-en crowned. ' I am sine that I am heartily ple- aded with the advent of the "Adver- tiser" and hope that during the e 'mini.' moni hs that y 'ii will suc- ceed in ace implUhing the en I you have in vie*. Dining my experi- ence of coun'ry papers on the main- land I have found them to be a great benefit lo the town a news- paper in a town is or should be in my opi it m the organ of the public the m uithoiece of the people thnio gh which to ventdite any rriev nn'-es which from lime lo time mav advi-e, I wi l be pleased to...
CRICKET. PARKHAM v. LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 February 1911
. CRICKET. " ' -:o: .« .PARKHAM v. LATROBE. The Lalinlie Cri. lift Clnh morie its nt midi trip to Patkhom on Monday, lr vii g Chamberlain's r-tables with u ll.ne-in-band nt Feten oMork, passing ll'opgh Sassafras a few minutes te foie tight. The Ind ll et the local c-rit ket club ie a go-nbrad concern was eli arly demonstrated by the fact that in going through sneaffrtis they had the lovel isperi*Pre* cf paBtii'g a motor bus conveying a patty .to the Mole Creek caves for a days ruting-rather the writer should bate Enid that the majority of tho party were walking be- hind the bus, whether it was they had been in it to long and wished to stretch their legs or «ere studying the necban ii-n the writer is not puite sure, bot the i ticketers came lo the conclusion li nt after all there may be times when a thier-in-hand is preferable th evin a n ntrr hue, Pt>rkliam was reachid at elev« n o'clock, and after light refresh- ments had he>n partaken of the game was commenced. The result WB...
Wong Toy Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 February 1911
Wong: Toy Sun. :o: ? ? Quite a Urge gathering assembled in the Deloraine Town Hall last Tuesday night to witness the second performance in this town of the marvellous Chinese conjurer, Wong Toy San, whose mar- ' reloua feats on the stage of tbs Deloraine Town Hall about a month ago won for him a reputation which no doubt was tba means, to a great ex- tent of bringing forth soch a large ass mbly. Wong Toy San is un- doubtedly a wonderful magician, and the many acta which be preformed thoroughly mystified the andiene«. Wong Toy San's preformance was . preceded by an np-to-date series of Bio- graph 61ms which were also mach ap- preciated.
BURNIE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
j BURNIE The steamer Kakapo waa expected to arrive yesterday to load the Barnie shir ment, but ewing to delay at Strahan pile did not reach Burnie uDtil early yesterday morning. The potato ship- ment from Burnie, inclusive of gOO bap? brought by the Gladys from Wnyardw ill be slightly over 4,000 bags, There was very little tnsinese in potatoes yester- day Jbnt a few lines of reds changed hands at £sß0/. Bismarcks were worthy.
ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
ULVERSTONE! Yesterday the delivery of potatoes totalled 1,000 sacks. Oning to the Syd- ney sdTiceB being of a itora hopeful chnractor vaines hardened somewhat and Inyers advanced their quotation 15/- por tr n, .£5/5/ hrinrr on offer for prime rrd íkinF, At this fie ure« couple of bunj- il d bags changed hand* the balance of the day's delivery being chipped on growers' arconnt. The opinion is held that with a raed i em shipment the market «ill open at £7 OD Monday at Sydney.
DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
DEVONPORT. Heavy dcliterif» oT potatoes, total- ling iOjOOOtaep, Wire made yesterday Tlie auxiliary ietrh, Proppf rpine, com- menced her regular rnnning frcm Port Fell ard brrngljt roond 287 bags oats and 2O4 bags potatoes. At East Devonport there was a continooB stream of trama to the pier, where last evening; the stocks amounted to 3,224 bags, and these were beirjg pat aboard tho S. 8. Glaucus. The teams brought in to Weet Devonport 1,975 r,Rs. potatoes 5O2 bags oats, 49 bags turnips, i5 bags prap, and 286 bf»|cs straw. Hail traffic was 6,503 hogs potatoes, 1,036 bBgB oats, if 5 bags tnrnipp, 100 bago pens, and 78 brigs wheat, 42 bags chaff, and 273 biles straw. Local stocks of the I «brr last night wero a tout 14,000 sacks. There wai an improvement in in the vnalue of pftatoo- yesterday, »ad local tnyers, anticipating a shortage, advanced to £5 iOs. for choice reds; ard in a politely instance an ' adtanre was poid to lave teen given. Bismarcks were quoted at £4/15/. »nd whitts fr...
AN OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
AN OLD IDENTITY. -:o: Residents of Deloraine for any period will probably be w- ll acqu- ainted with an old identity named John Burte, who has resided for many years in this district Some timeago he became the recipient of an old aue pension, .which* he has since enjoyed. Recently hisstateof health necessitated a removal to the La'nceston l>ni ral Hospital. It was there decided tha his removal to the Inva id Depot should be effected at an early date. Whether he considered the restrictions which attach to life in such institutions would be loo irksome, or what other motive have influenced him is not stated, certain it is .John. Burke h"d other views of the future, and taking advantage of the absence of an at- tendant, he made his escape from the Hospital. This escape was re- ported to the police on Monday, and on Wednesday information was available which located him at Deloraine, to which town he had travelled by rail. It was ascertained that he had obtained accomodation at Edward...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
Local & General News. Mr, II. G. Homo bas gone to the East Coast for s change, At present he is staying, ne understand, at Scam- ander, which is becoming a popular re- sort among Deloraine people «ben they feel desirons of a »pell by the seaside, Interest in municipal matters ia very flack around Deloraine at present. The prospect of keenly contented elec- tions is not very great. Even the Cen- tral Ward vacancy fails to elicit any great excitement. The Batman vacancy in the House of &lt; Représentatives «as filled on Wednes- day. The polling was as follows: Brennan (Labour) 9385. O'Neill (Liberal) 6982, Labonr Majority 2453. At the general election Labour bad a majority of nearly 6000. The present figures however only prove that less people vote at by-elections and that tbe winning party suffer most. The Liber- als had the same experience last year at Kcoyong. , The Society of St Vincer.t de Pani has decided to hold its weekly meetings at dilferentcountry centres oc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
Popular Column* P. fl. Gilbert's stud bull, services 5s. each cash jQi if booked. REPAIIIS Cream Separators, Harvesters, Motor Engines, Bicycles &c, J. I ATEJEY, DELORA! NR. WANTED ioo readers of the "Advertiser" to forwaid to this office six new subscribers, together with tin ir subfciiption for one year in advance, when the person send- ing in the names will have the "Advertisei fotwatdtd to them for twthe montis fleet f chaige, WANTED all those who have artichs for sale, «ant to buy any- thing, want si rvants, want work, in fact all those who want 'o make anything known, send tu a sixpenny advertisement lo the "Advertiser" for it serti' ti in the popular co'umn. WANTED RUSTIC CA UT Appy '. advertisei'' 'Thee, WANTED to i er) I .1 house 8. 4, or 5 rooms, permanent. Apply "Advertiser," Office, Deloraine. THE CHEAT Serge house, all qualities from is. .id. yd. Navy and black best value in the land. Don Store, send for samples. I bey to Infi» m the General Public that t am pre...
MUCH MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
MUCH MARRIED. Tile Kelwin Geacli Dramatic Co. visited Deloraine Town Hall on Tuesday night and played that amusing laugh producing farcical Comedy, ' .Undi Married' to a somewhat scattered audience wnicli was no doubt due to the large num- ber of similar plays which have ticen staged (kiting tue last ¡cw w_- ks. Tue opening scene was -Mr Uiim niingiops. wuere some amusing scenes ta e place .Mis Gellibrand, Mr Uumuiiiigt >ps Argus eyed m jtlier-iu law being the cause of all the misehie . The second ac: was prud'.iee.l at much merriment, and when the cm tain dropped tor the second time lett the audience in shrieks of laug .ter. Hie rendering of Maggie schneid- er, by Baby Grenier was splen ed, and called f ir a .most entlutsia'tic encore.
VIRTUE OF TWO MEALS A DAY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
YIIttUE OK TWO MEALS A DAY :o: Dr. J. S. Hooker, in a lee ure be- fore the Physco-Therapeutic Society said two meals a day and occasional fa^t would bring health and lon« life. "In (he two meals a day plan" "'lies a gi eat | leventive of catarrhs, influenza, and a host o other disease under the form of dyspepsia, gout, and liver affections. The best time for these two meals will depind to sonic exte.nt un i iicumstances, but I believe if it were possible for us to take our lu st meal about eleven or twelve, and our second at six orseven in Hie evening, we should be all the better for it. 1 m self have not hada o-Ul f >r years,and am aclu l'y feeling younger rather than older as the days go i n Hie fasting cure is essentially a clean'¡rig p'ocess. and is specially good for such diseases as gout, rheum.iti-m. dyspepsia, in ttrinal trimbles und growth«, diabe nes. ' b-sity, pamks s, blond diseases c>f all kii ds, and *kin affections. Bi t certain conditions are advised. These a c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
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LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 February 1911
LICENSING BENCH. Mr Jonathan Best M. II. A. has been appointed Government Nominee viie Mr R. G. Horne, resigned. Tbe Bench held its nsnsl qnarterjy sessions on Monday last. William Walker jon. applied tor a transfer from William Walker aen. of the licen- se of the K mberley Hotel. Owing to certain fo'mahties no' hading been ob flervd. and the applicant not. being present, the applies.ion was held over. On Friday the Bench again met and the application for the transfer of the Kimbell y Hot ! was »gaia brought forward. Messrs W. Walker sen. aod jon. were present. Afier bearing the parties the appl cation wai granted.