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Federal Capital. DESIGN COMPETITION ENGINEERS APPROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Federal Capital. DESIGN COMPETITION ENGINEERS APPROVE. Tíie presiden! of the Vicloiiaii Institute uf Knyineeis called upon Mr King O'Malley, the Minister for Home Affairs, ailri prrsented him with the folluwing resolutions which had ticen passed hy the institute: 1. That the council discl-ims any sympathy wi h the request of the Victorian Institute ol Architects that the draft conditions f >r the de- signs competition in connection willi the Federal capital1 should1 be first submitted for the revision of thai and kindred b i tics Nor has this insti'ute authorised 'he use of its name iu this connection. 2. Tint the subject matter of the pres-nt competition relates to the whole territory and a'most exclus iv ly to engineeiing ques ions and the ins'itu e, as repiesenting the engineering profession, expresses every confidence in ttie ability a:id capacity of thc professional advise: s o'the Ministers to submit conditions which will be thoroughly acceptable to the profession and will ...
Width of Tyres. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
--I Width of Tyres. o: C. E TURC ccuneil clerk for St Lenard proceeded against G illiam King f»r a breach ot the by-laws of the municipality in lhat he drove, a truck of timber atong \he road with a pro at est loud than he was allowed tu under the byW . Mr G W \Vute»hou:C represented thc . p osccution and Mr V C Hall orpearad for the defendant who p ended not guilty Mr Waterhous said that on January îS ihe defendant had driven a liwid of ttmher along the road whhh when weich ed showed a net weight of 8388 KH. i Hi« by-law under which the defendant was charged fixed thc maxi n.um .weight.allowed lo he carried at 400! b«, for'eich inch of lite. The defendant truck .had four wh els, euch with four inches of tiri, and (hin entitled him lo carry a load of 640.7 11)3. He had therefore had cu his load |HSS lbs in 3ucess of tlmt which could bc earned. ? Cou neel exp a i ned that this provision was niíidtí in order to try to prevent the roads heing cutup, C. H. I'a^e council clerk and 1*\ Wa...
Exton Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Exton Young Men's Club The Annual Meeting of the Kxtr-n Young Mens Club was held on Mon- day evening last. Mr, T. P. Drake was voted tn the chair. , The balance sheet.showed a credit of £\ 2s which was considered very satisfactoi y as the club had started the siason slightly in debt. Two games weie played against Hagley; winning one end losing the other. The Member- ship re theil 20. The new commit? tee appointed were: I,. Badcock, P.McLeod, T. P, Diakc F. R. V Harris secretary re-elected, A K. Dyer Treasurer. The. subsc- ription was fixed at 2s. Cd, The opening night to be March 9th. and practise nights every Thur sdny. A success'ul season is looked tor« ard toalso a stromr membership. A vete of thanks to the chair closed the meeting.
General Items. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
General Items. To Be Brought Bick -Constable Hill left Burnie last Wednesday for Melbourne to escort back to Tas.nania a man who is to answer n charge of bigamy. The offence is alleged to have been committed at Burnie during the Chiistmas holi- days. Kedera: Land Tax.-Information was received from Hobart to the effect that the federal land tux returns received to the 7th inst, will be regarded as in lime. Where the course of the post is greater than seven days additional allowance will be made. In difficult ciscs further extension will be made on applica- tion to the Depuly-Oommissioner, subject to taxpayers accepting liabi- lity to pay tue t«x witliin the prescr-! bed time.
Farewell to Mr. N. Clayton. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Farewell to Mr. N. Clayton. -:o: A large number'of friends gath- ered at the res'dencc of Mr and Mis &lt; W. Ca'roll on 'I ucsday evening last, to bid farewell, to Mr and Mrs N. .Clayton, who were, atout to leave for Melbourne. Mr and Mrs Clayton had resided in Deloraine 'or 8!¡ years and had earned the goodwill of all with whom they had come !ii con- tact In business relations, Mr Clayton had a'ways been known for his peniality anti readiness, willie i'rs &lt; lav tun had al>v;.ys laken lier pan iii Church matters About 80 friends assembed, and the evening passed away with the ht st o' good wishes for the guests of the evening in their new home. The tim F. Riley presented Mr Clayton with, a sovereign case, in the name cf his many friends, and Mr J. \V Fisher, on behalf of the Baptist Tabernacle, pre>ented Mrs C avion, willi » handsome fruitdish. During t'>e evening songs and re c ta ions were rer.tlered by some of ihose piègent, after which supper was serve...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Local & Genera! News. -:o: Tile first session of thc stationing commitiee in connection with the annual Methodist Confer ncc has apponted Rev \V. H. Taylor to Deloraine, and Ilev K. Dethridge will probably go to Latrobe. These . appointments have yet to be con- , fumed by the general Conference. We aie infoimcd tl.a Mr. Canots ponies are making rapid progress from the injuries sus'niued during the exciting bolt on Sunday after- noon last. Thc ponies have been under the care of Mr, W. Smith Wtennniy Surgeon of Bow ci bank Deloraine. Under the new postal regulations the Deloi ailie post office »ill close for t e sale of.poslage stamps and postal notes at tip. m. Mr. R. P Furmage isaliceused ven- dor in pes'age stamps which will prove convenient to persons w o eel I massed thiough t e new regul- ations. The Del raine Council are calling for ttnr'cis, hy advt cn tin's page from persons wiitin-' to supply 2,U(.'0 yards rf metal. Also for erecting a bridge over needy Marsh ene1, n...
NORTH MOTTON [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
NORTH MOTTON -:o: 8^hool Anniversary,-The North, Motan Anglican ' Church Sunday school celebrated its anniversary servioes on Sanday. The morning service was taken by Captain Hart, and . very large congregation «as in attendance. The speaker spoke aboot leprosy, and said that while being stationed in India he bad seen a great deal of that dreadful disease. Hymne were song by tbe choir and scholars. Mrs Hewitt presided at the organ. After the service the dietribation of the prizes took place, and judging by tbe sizes of the books, the children ought to have been well satisfied. The Rev. H. B. Atkinson took ] tbe evening service, which also proveb a success.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Farmers Insure Your L:ve Sock Grain .&lt; c. it th the New Zealand Insurance Co. Lowest raies prompt" Settlements Capital £15,000,000. Henry Winter, LOCAL AGENT, DELORAINE. Read the "Advertiser" STOP. j Here vie are again. , There is only one make of Bicycle lhat will give you general satisfac- tion, both for plensuie and lacing i^tliey almost run themselves). To obtain one of these cycles, call at the Depot and pay a. . miall deposit they may be had on rei y easy teinis also your itpairs and accessories hy first class workmen and at Cily piices. Don.l forget the address W. IW. MORGAN MASSEY COMPANY, Opposite GPO, Deloraine A Suit that Suits YOU WILL GET IT BETTER' AND CHEAPER FROM W. A. Hodkinson, The Premier Delaraine Tailor. A Splendid range of ntw samples to choose fi om. NOTICE IIa\ing again secured the Agtncy ficm E. T. CLEMENTS & Co., Devonport I wish to nct'fy the public that I intend buying all kinds of produce at liiglnst market piices. I also have the agen...
Overboard in Mid Ocean. SAILOR'S LONT SWIM. SAVED BY PASSING STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Overboard in Mid . Ocean. SAILOR'S LONT SWIM. SAVIiD BY PASSING STEAMER. While the Nolîsment was steaming about 58 railes south-west of St. Vincent ( ape dc . Verde Islands), the man at the wheel report- ed thnt hf heard cries from the sea. Captain , Young expressed lits beleif that the cries came /rom sea-birds, but the steersman insisting . that trey were those of a human being, Cap : tain Young eagerly scanned the ocean with his binoculars. Ile saw not far away an ob- ject which on closer inspection proved to bea man swimming towards the ship and shouting loudly for help. Ordering the engines of the Nolis tent to be immediately stopped, Captain Young caused a hoat to be got ready for launching, whilst blasts from the steamer's whistle indicated to a castaway that his plight ha i been observed!. A few minutes later the man was hauled into the ships boat by will- ing hands, and subsequently placed on board! ? the steamer, where he received every atten- tion. According to his accoun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every ' Article bought on our Guarantee. .Namely: AnyClit-nt having purchased an article^that tails to tive satisfaction please return same immediately nd we r (und your money as cheerfully as we ta^e it from you. Satifaction Always WE aie not infallible, but no one can be "stung" here with uadesire able purchase, though your mistake or ours. Agreeable Service. WE aim to make it pleasant for yon to buy at the BEE-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT _ On all orders of Drapery to the value of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and post. This does not apply to tulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Ltneoliimtis, Sewing machines! Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been the basis of our great succc». VALUE IN STYLE. VALUE IN QUALITY. VALUE IN WORKMANSHIP VALUE IN EVERYTHING. WE SELL. AND VALUE IN THINGS NOT COUNTED IN THE PRI...
Deloraine Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Deloraine Turf Club. --rec Tbc follow inp are the weights for thc reli-mne Imf Club's mcelinjr, to be held t0d:'J' MAIDEN HURDLE. ?BRIC KPC/KT to o O. 0. io o MOI io o MULTAN io o CAIIOSIKER to o . BUNGANA . lo o PETER FELIX io o KOW THEN io o REMISSION > - to o ALLANDALE lo o ICICLE io o' . PAD HY MAG JO o ? HKSPlillUS io o . Jil-r i. o SCOTTISH RUSK lo o ENA ,. I o TRIAL HANDICAP. AUDRIE 8 g RANNOCK K 7 11YMANUS 7 12 VICK RHINE 7 13 ICICI.R 7 to : r>E\VHAM 7 io COLLIERY KING 7 io CADDY MAO 7 7 MOVK ON 7 7 AEROPLANE 7. 7 MATILDA7 7 UOMELIGIIT 7 7 ORPHAN. GIRL 7 7 IlARrlTFLD 7 7 MERMAID KILLY 7 7 HANDICAP HURDLE STEAM ti 13 PATCHES' tl o RANNOCK lo io ASTERISK o 9 Bil.FX 9 8 1ROGUESS 9 7 YARALLA g 4 MONITOR 9 , WA Rill I HST EU g 1 M UTBUNG y o . BUMMER HANDICAP. FORT LOGAN 9 1 CARMAN* 8 8 MENGUA 7 i, STIRLING'S DREAM 7 1. SWEET MARY 7 16 ' REBECCA 7 j, CYMBAL 7 A ARMITAGE 7 ¿ HESPERUS 6 to STEEPLECHASE, STEAM n 3 WYNYARD LAD 11 13 DEVONPORT II 4 MAY DO II 4 KYBER ll 2?I MOUNT...
WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
--. ! WYNYARD. The produce trade at Wynyard has I bren rather flack far potatoes lilia «eek, lint oihir prodnce has been ariÍ7Íng freely. The local shipment to Sydmy via. burnie thia week waa only 3O2 bags and the ketch Gladys left with that .quantity on Wedneeda/, There were 600 bass oats, 500 baga peas and 400 bale* of sr-nw left on thewbaif. These linea will be shipped to Barnie by the Gladys immediately. There is no tocal market 1er potatoes, which may be qnoted nominally at np to fire ponnds. Algerian oats are worth is. 7d. and whites from is. lOd. to 29. accord- ing to grade.
SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
. SHEFFIELD. RIr G. Atkinson repotts laving sold on Ttireday et Sheffield:-4 BOWS 25« CrJ, 25 store pigs 85», 2 porkers 25, ÎC EIÍ|S 10r, 9 l«roneip,27ï 3d, ll do 35s, anti eevotal lois of stores at good rates 10 fat lanita 12s 6d, IO ewes, ls?, ram 13s bull ¿'4. A feireundiirs at gocd rates.
Markets and Crops. RAILTON [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Iflarkets and Crops. «AILTON ... Tl e proiliire market has bern brisk it Li week, 2,000 bugs Laving been io - whirler! to ïjeTrnpiui. PriciB leafed dave bren np to £q 10a per ton: 2a 2d I er I uti el ie lu ii g edi« inri fer cat?, I at «hiten; 4e for grey jieop, »nd 43 8d .or bines. übst uf ti e liüivestiL« iVnidrlicd in iliip dieirii t, arri tliropliinp «nd eraft iiiltinf; ern bril ;; i rocrtdid nit)', willi tani) gund jil lils; but in niBny cases unfoitunately ceriubi aro discolored.
ULVERST NE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
ULVEKST NE The appearance at the station jards on Wednetdoy, gave no token that the growers were at all anxious about til) condition of the Sydney mara et. At 8am. a steady stream of teams, laden with potatoes and grain began to arrive ] and for three honrs everywhere was at high presmre, both buyers and growee being desiiious cf gi tiing tbr'r produce away I y tho goods train, (ailing whiih it word i be delayed for a week. Fu.ly 1,800 sacks of potatoes alone came to hand. Buyers cfîerrd £5 for ptinin reds, subject to passing inspection at Devonport. A few lots changed bands at that fiçnre, bnt values Blackened later cn, £4 iüi being the best offer, growers however, declined to trade at this figure end a large portion of the dajs delivery was sent tor wi rd for shipment on the, growir'o account.