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CRADLE SONG [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 February 1911
ORADLE SONG I The-sua has long since rmok to ri at : Behind the violet hills; Tho golden I'ght fades from tho nest, : And. the(distant whip-poor-wills Mournfully sing their "doleful ' strain, And thebiislc little' tree-toad chirps again--,: '? .'. ! : ! ? 'Sleep,' ' litt lo one,'?' sleep. " - The clever I n« folded ita pele green learee, Lilt.- ihe lunila of n child in prayer; Tin» bird* ore twitleritg order the eaves, ¡ As the} I nt er their nestlings near; 'AMI tt.e rijih! »ir.ef nutnmis, (. amt low, , . '." As it moves the Irce-tops to and fro Sleep, little one, 'Bleep. Tile botterllf gay ¡3 quirt at last In the heart of a crin.eon rose; Tin' n mnnririp I rne k, o« it ripples punt ., Tho bank whore the columbine grow?, Seems to say in a soft and dreamy, tone ;ri Aa ii goes on it» busy way aluce Sleep, little ene, sleep. The new n POD sherie lier silvery light Ovi.r (I, dc&lt;l;.Ur&lt;>. ; And one lc--ne star, so large and bright A Lcmtnly Fer.tir.cl ttands; Whi...
Sunday Picture shows. MINISTERIAL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 February 1911
Sunday Picture shows. MINISTERIAL PROBLEM ADELAIDE.-An interesting posi- tion bas risen in connection «¡tb tbe Yerran Ministry's attitude concerning Sunday Picture entertainments. A week ago tbe Ohief Secretary (Mr. Wallis) promulgated a regulation resino -ting Sunday entertainments to (acred meeting and sacred concerts, the pro -grammes of which had to be submitted to his approTal. The pictures on Snn -day eights had become exceedingly pop -ular, bat «hen the programme» for last Sunday were submitted to the Chief Secretary be declined to pass thom, and announced that in co cirenmetances wonld he give his consent to such forma of ent»rtiinment. Consequently there nero no picture shows on Sunday. Yesterday, however, it waa announced that three lawyers, one of whom was Mr. J. W. Denny, the Attorney-Gen- eral, bad given the opinion that it wonld be impossible for the Government to sustain an information againBt the prop- rietors if they showed the pictures on Sundays. Tba fact that Mr....
WOMAN BADLY BURNED [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 February 1911
WOMAN BADLY BURNED Mrs, Annie Donohue, aged 08 yeats, et a lamp drog in herbóme at 130 Ailiei t-stieet, East Melbourne yestetcliiy i vening, und >vas badly burned. The I mp exploded, and set lite to die bouse. Some m-U-bbciiiis, ittracted by her cries, rus1 ed in and removed lier to ap ace of s fety. The tire bi igade was quick- ly r.n the scene, and rendered first (id. Mrs. Donohue was severely burnt about the face, body, arms and legs. She «as taken to the Me lioiune llofpital,and admitted in a critical condition. PERTH.-A. fire bri ke out tn the Collie Proprietary crlliery on Tueada, nnd ii still barning. The poisonous fames are so bad that shifts have been rhortencd, and a namter of men hate been thrown oat of work.gi,. J£J T° TheTfire brigade extinguished the flames when only slight damage was done to the side wall and the stair- case of the building, which is a two story brick structure.
Forth. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 February 1911
-Forth. j A Karr» w Escape-Mr. Mict-ael,; Collins, ol Forthsicfe.'TúYríít"; rf marl; > ?ably narrow escapu^rorn. being bit -ten by a snake one day last .'week. He was engaged shocking up gr ain, and bad picktd up a sheaf, when a large black snake came out of the middle of it and crawled over Collins1 arm, and fell to the ground. Only foi the fact that the young man tept .per fectly still, the replile wfniliriincloiiMedty have bit-1'" ten Jiirii. >! . ' ' - Traction Engines.-Several of the traction engines passing through this district are not fitted with spark'ar reslers and fires have been traced lo this cause. One pnssirig?' àlorg the Forthside road the other day set alight to a lai ge str mp near a pad- dock ol ripe oats, and the tree vvr.s only extinguished with difficulty, The owners c f these engines should be compelled to carry out the law. ' An Important thoroughfare-. The road connecting Forth and Bar- rington has just receiveb its first coating of metal' but neirly I...
A Commonwealth Bank. Contributed by "GOLDEN WATTLE." [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 25 February 1911
A Commonwealth Bank. Contributed by ''GOLDEN WATTLE." Recent utterances by Mr. King O'Malley lead to the conclusion that a Commonwealth Bank is now within the sphere of practical politics. It is no longer a mere plank on a party platform; the time when it was a dream of financial and political theo- rists, the fond fancy of the building of Utopia is even more distant. To- day it is a question; before the year ends it may be the question. The public must take its stand, and careful consideration is required. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; There are two classes of thought &nbsp; whom to enlighten is impossible. One is impressive in numbers, and colossal in its ignorance. It is on the platform and the Labour party &nbsp; says so. That ends it with class one. Why it is rank Socialism, says class two. This class is not impressive in numbers, and if it's ignorance is colossal it is in spite of such advant- ages as leaves no excuse. This class is mostly educat...
Bull enters a surgery [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Bull enters a surgery GEELONG,.- A sen- sation was caused on Saturday after- noon by a bull, which broke away from its owner in Ryrie-street. Ob- serving that the door oí Dr P. A. Croker's residence was open, the animal entered, and, running along the passage, turned into the patients' room, and then passed into the surgery. The doctor and his sisters were at dinner at the time. Great difficulty was experienced in diiving the animal our, but eventually the groom (Charles Lysaught) opened the front door, and the bull made a sudden dash for the street. Beyond knocking down a few pictures it did no damage.
A Sensational Experience [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
A Sensational Ex- perience Yesterday afternoon, as Mr RockHD", of Barrington, accompanied by Mrs Rookliff and a child, were retarding home from Devonport, they narrowly escaped what might have been a serions accident. They were seated ia a pony cart and were travelling at a vcj fair pace, wheo sndda, ly the wheel came off, precipitating them to the gronsd. Luckily, the boree waa a qniet one. and etood perfectly eti l. Several will- ing hands came oa tho ecene, and mat'ers were pot as right as tbe circumstances would permit. Mre Rockliff an 1 tba ciili where transferral to a neighbor's trap that happened to pass homeward boond.
Wallan Tragedy MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Wallan Tragedy j MELBOURNE. In the Criminal C >urt Tuesday Mr. Justice Hodges s ntenced Fred- erick C irmody, who had been con- victed of mansl .lighter in connection with the Wallan tragedy, to two and a lia'f years imprisonment with hard labor. His Honor said that the crime committed was as nearly mul- der as manslaughter could be and he was afraid that in passing such a sentence ht was not doing justice to the community,
South Australian Finances. FEDERAL LOAN ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
t -. South Australian Finances. FEDERAL LOAN ARRANGED. Arrangemeiils have been made by I the South Austral an Government to obtain a loan firm the Corrmcn- I wealth on the same lei ms as the other Stales. Yesterday the Tieasu rer and Minis'er for 1 ands ot rotuli Australia, Mr Vaughan, interviewed the Piime Minister, Mr Fisher,at 'v>Inch he explained that the State Goverrinent, t'cugh not st prefent in i etd of money,wou'd he g ad at a laler dale t:> tal.e advantage rf the plier iccenlly made by the Ctm monwea th Gove t.m- nt to the States to hud moneys at 33 per cent. Mr Fisher said flint the Crnvnionwralth «Puhl be in a position to meet the needs of the State and undertook to provide whatever was icquircd when railed upon. The money will not be needed for several- months,and the amount that will be borrowed was not determined.
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Loca. & Gérerai News. -:o : Mr and Mrs Clayton left Delor- aine for Launceston enroule fjr Victoria on Thursday ni lining Mr Clayton has been engaged in thc c'ei ¡cal ch parlaient of Mr J. I', Sullivans establishment as chief ac- countant, and his genial manner has won him a «ide circle of frit nils throughout the distiict. We with him every success in his mw held of opeiations. 'Jhehaivest thanksgiving seivicc in connection with the lhiptist Church Deloiaine wascelebrated on Sunday. Pastur Fisher conducted . the three set vices which were well attended. Tho decorations consist- ing of sheavis of coin ' dressed on the _ ends, of each pew whilst tables in front of thc pulpit weie laden with all the good things of the ea'th. every vaii.'ty in the manlier ol' vegetates in season were there in abundance and S' me very fine samph s were to be s en thus showing that the chinch foll h id brought along their beat with which to decorate the church. , Pastor Fisher delivered . sermons...
"A SENSATIONAL BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
' "A SENSATIONAL I30LT. j ' A mild sensation was caused at Deloraine on Sunday afternoon last wlien a pair of ponies attached to a four wheel trap were seen ' career- ing along barrack street and through the main street sometimes in the middle of (he road with occasionally taking to the footpath. The pouieá are the property of Mr W. Carrol of Deloraine, and he had harnessed them to the trap that M s Carrol might take a'drive in the sun- shine. The ponies evidently anxious for exercise started off from the yard before their driver had an eppor tuniiy to slcpinto the trap, and rac- ing down the right of way that leads into, Barrack street jumped down the embankment to the metal road, jaming the pole of the trap against the wall of the stone building at the back of the Deloraine Hotel they then turned to the left and galloped in the direction of the old mill for about a mile or more, then making another turn to the left over broken road they'eventually found' them- selves on the main r...
IRISH BLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
IRISH BLIGHT The question whither it is politic to allow potat es affected with the Irish blight to be transfered from one part of the St te to another was raised at Tuesday night's meeting of the Queen' or ugh Muircipal Council. Councillor B«rker sa'd Hie other Ftates protected themselves against infected potatoes from the North- west Co*st of Tasmania, but the authorities allowed potatoes to be brought down he e lisking the spread of the disease, and : poili g the mar- keter local tubers. It was decided to write to the Agricu'tural Depart- ment on the matter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
YOU CAN CET IT CHEAPER AT THE DON STORE SUflMER SALE R. P. FURMAGE, DELORAINE. PIANOS, Brin elsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, &lt; Renardi, Stein mayer, ORGANS BY Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS . WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENTS FIN DLA YS- Tne piano People, 1 ? w- Gcorere-st Launceston. Photo. Enlargements. MENDELSSOHN So CO, The Leading Photographer of Melbourne, Make a special offer of EnlargementF, framed complete, from any single photo, for £1. Coupons for Ibis splendid lino may be obtained from the Managers of this paper, who aro appointed Solo Agents.. If you require an enlargement, or copies of any photo, please send to or call at tliis Office when our agent, MR. SULLIVAN, will submit samples etc MENDELSSOHN & Co., 80 Swanston St. Melbourne. W. ABEL. Deloraine. House Painting, and Paperhanging, i " Signwriting and Decorating taken in all its branches. Estimates g...