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DEVONPORT [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
DEVONPORT i There was another great rneli of pc tat6rs yesterday by road and rai', nearly 15,000 bags beiig brought it). Those prseimisln who anticipated a emull ship- ment this weil?,, are very mach out in their ralcnlitionB, as nbont 22,000 LagB will he available for the etcameta. Tho Inhere too, were a rcniaikably good and clean I&lt; t generally and veiy few were placed imder the Inspector's bon. The IcaniB brought into East Devonport 2,06i bagfl if potatoes 359 hage of oals 57 tape pt BP, 36 bags tnrnips, 3I bora 11 wr.rnt, 343 bags of (.cap, 24 bega c»f lares, 7 bigs rye, and 144 balea cf straw. In additirn to these taree Quantiles rf.irodnti, thr keilli Preser pine, arrived on ber weekly tiip (rom Tort Sorell wiih 45O hags. Thero was B Tory nnceitain tone in the potato mar- ket, and the J.vge deliveries bad a weak- ening effect, aa dniing the morning £5. . was sioken 1 f, lint lefore the day closid £4 12». di. waa the bighrat quotation, and very few nierclenla earii'p...
LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
LATROBE. There were Leny di literie* of tarers jcíteidaj morning, accoontirg (or 2107 huge, oats contributed 214 bag?, wlnat KÎ9 baps, ehiff 152 tag?, turnips 29 tags, and hay 25 ba'ea. Hedtk n pc UtceB vero t ought hp to I_5 otfcerwiso lim markrt was unchanged. At LatroVe on Wednisday Mr G Atkinson told:-57 ems 12s Cd, 10 do 12?, I7 do 9s 6d, C do i0?,' 8 fat do lO* Sd, 13 fat ewes 149, 4 baiomrs 26s Gd, pm porkete ll?, 2 do 2O?, i2 stores I49 61!, 5 thia ten sli lliigp, 8 do 12?, BOW 40a, 5 alipa 99 Sd, 5 do 10?, 2 do 16?, fat steer L6, ten ttreis and heif- ers L4 59, pen two year o'd heifers 81?, catt fill} ¿25, t ay pony Lg I73 6J, ß tnlloeka for L3O. Prodace, &c, at good ratea-.
LEITH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
LEITH. -:o: An o'd landmark.-Improvements ar >! being eiïeeted to what now is tire oldest house on t tie Kort h River and which possesses much hisloii-e, juiciest. 1 his is the house occupied by Ur Thus Vei dyan, on t-a east side of the Uiver, near ti e draw- bridge. The building was erected either in the late forties or tbe carly i-.fties, and was used asan hotel by the late Mr. \V. Williams, sen., grandfather of the wellknown Will- iams family, and is often mentioned in Kenton's hook, "Pioneer Days ii» West Devon " A Strange Sight -Two Leith resi- dents, whi'e fishing off the draw- bridge were witnesses of a remark- able sigh i bel ween 8 and oo'clock on Tuesday evening. A large globu- lar ball ot pale blue hue was noticed some degrees up in the sky,hoveling over Leith Mill. Then it travelled at a very rapid pace towards the Forth, Humiliating the country as it went, and was lost to sight in the cloud.
The Demands of Unionists LAUNCESTON RAILWAY TRCUBLE SETTLED [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
The Demands of Unionists LA UK CES! ON RAILWAY TECUULE SETTLED The threatened, trouble in the Railway Department has I cen sath factorily adjusted. The reprimand which tlie Gcneial Manager issued to Mr. Bewsell the sicreiaiy of the Railway Employee^' Association, was kee nly resented l y his fellow cm. plovers, as he w as it structed to withdraw the letter he had forward- ed to the press or lake the conse- quence!9. It .vas felt by tl e men that Mr Bessel had been ai. ting in their interests as a body, and by theil iiiftiretiens, and if be was to bc rrpiiinai did llu.t repiinland should aso extei.d io the whole of 'he men. As the position was assuming an ug y aspect, Mr. It. C __H.cwic.yr1, MU A. t&lt;;ik a hand in tb matter, and, lor the purpose r;f sticnjLtlit'i'ing bis position si cured the co operation bf the Hun C. Küssen, hon. Minister, Num e rms leleyiams and telephonic comnwit i:ations resulted. It was pointed out that if Mr. Iîsssell had broken the tegul lions hf ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Popular Golumq. "WAWTED au «rose who hnvc articles foi .sale, »a t" buy any- thing, want si i \ ni t- ant woilc, in fact al! tlio^e v.l. «ant io ina e anything I new n, sr' r m a sixpenny advertifeiM nt to th' '-Advertiser" foi int el ti. ii in Hie j . I ulai co'unin. Men's Suits, to measure, . Yon can't do bel io Him g" io the ' DON S I ' RE, Del'lame We Sell PoMaue Stamps. THE D&lt;>N STOKE. #"> OM E and tet your Easier suit macli- by first &lt;-l.v.&lt; workmen at J. P. Sheehan's. We make a s- ec iality ol Ladies Work, t'o/o llait uali, '1 lie Shulman, Municipality of Deloraine "T*f KD> ES invited for crushing " sr me 2,i (Hi lai r's cf metal for Fonds in varioi s qiran'ities at various places-Tenders to be ad- dressed to the Walden and dr ivered at the Council C'hanib is, Deli raine by I tam. on Monday 131h. of March lilli.-,No tender necessarily ac» cepted. Woik lo be commenced within li', e i'a}s tf acceptance i f tender. Pr order H. H. FREEMAN...
Railton [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Railton The diamond di iii which has been under the management oí Mr Coo- per has ceased opperations it the Mersey shale deposits, and is to le forwarded to Me bourne. The men working on the diill, under the man- agement of Mr Cannon, liave also ceased work, but tliere is a probabil- ity that the machine will bc sent to Beulah to test sítale deposits lhere.
EVANDALE. EVANDALE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
EVANDALE. EVANDALE, Wednesday The farmers in and around this district are experiencing a very bad time, as re ards t'ie yield of ceria's^ a number of >he returns being less than five bushels to the acre tn one instance a paddock i'id not yield one bushel, white another farm turned out tl bushels to the acre Eight or the bushels per acre is about the highest average. One farmer in the bongforl district ob- tained 4OO bushels fi nn lOfl acres oí fallow land, and 15 to 18 bushels oí A'gerians were considered very high The result is attributed to thc wet season, causing rust and blight while in many instances the cater- pillars were very numerous.
Postal Unrest. MEETING OF SORTERS. DELAYS OF LETTERS. MELBOUHNE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Postal Unrest. -tee SÍEET1N0 OF SORTERS. DELAYS OF LETTERS. MELBOUHNE. A iii 'ding of Lellei-s.ii-&lt;; s* Asso- ciation -was inKl last week. This association is one nf the largest im the Costal depailment of Victmia. and it is cairned that more than 38«« s irters ont nf 4U0 employed arc in its ranks Tile meeting Listed for 'several horns, and a great many pro- blems a'fcctiiig this particularly Anch of the service were discussed. 1 xoeption was fallen to the recïas sification of the einpli ymtnt which bas recently txkcii p!.n e. and which, if established, wou'd defeat the rec. ommendatioiis ot the Postal Commi- ssion. The salaries hit lierto paid Ice sorters commenced at .CI4I, and ad- vanced bj' two £G annual increments to ¿156, Senior sorters were paid frc'mv£lfi2 to .£ 118, while despatch- ing otlicers received ti oin £l 74. to> £180. The Royal commission reen inmended that the s 1 ries oí sorters should be from £150 to £190per_ annum, and the salaries nf despatch- in...
LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
LATROBE. -:o:- Governor's visit.-A meeting of the reception committee was held on Wednesday last ot which the Warden presided. Consequent on the Governor arriving on Monday evening, the public welcome was arranged to take place at the station on arrival of the train, at the Latrobe station, when the presentation of an address will be made. A dinner will then be given at Lucas Hotel at which about fifty guests will be invited. On Tuesday morning. His Excellency will be driven round the &nbsp; district, and a visit paid to the Sassa- fras, Harford, Wesley Vale, and Green Banks schools, returnng in time for lunch at 2.30 p.m. The opening of the show will take place and at 4 pm. a visit will be made to the Devon Hospital. Should time allow the Tasmania Shale and Oil Co. works will a so be visited.
Support the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Support the Press. What is supporting the local press? Is it sending complimentary tickets and hand bil s (piinted ont of the town) willi a request to a'tend and give a ref o't (for the good of the cause) of the concert, sccia', demonstration, or religious meeting, when the s:-me has not been advi tised in the loral paper. Is it sup- porting the press lo give a one inch "advt.'' and want a £2, report? No my dearly belovered brother, the p ers pin mt Journa ist cannrt wash his hands in inntceiice and find the tread and l utter for his family, pay his lent, taxes, wages, and other heavy charges, unless he is suppôt t- d decently, unless a'l punting be kept in the dist!¡ct, or unless he receives good ndvei Using support. Not- withstanding a custom veiy lamely folluwed, 1 say don t be mean with the press-encour ge and support it; don't send work out uf the town and distiict. Itcmcniber the pre-s is what you make it. Pressmen .»ill give you good va ue if you st pport . them wei and you w...
Purple Patches. THE WOODS OF TUE TOADSTOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Purple Patches. » ar, WOODS OF TUE TOAD- STOOLS. "7,1- Sun >&lt;-.' r itsá .Autumn had lem to «ef 1\ *i in Viiter the corn was atanding And that ir th« BI rt . f season and «onditiou wiiiciï g'addeKS the strange lilli- l»riih ul ¡¡ie I i u lu&datools ul *hei jeai'u latter end ind dissolution. «"The woutis decay, tie wooda decay und Tal," «nd not in tlie glndreas of tlie Bun, not oafs of growth and development and up- ward B'.riviig, do lliu fungus-people «pring into existence, but ont of the rafting "f Iib' imo tli.ii.ber, when Jintnrp is about to will-draw into her deeper sell, abandoning her outward .x yreseion md all ¡IB /ulmus for her own gof.ri purpose. The Northern Anturon drifts plsin - lively into the silence of the lioithitn Winter with all tlioeo "great, pntlielio atsnset which grieve their beal ts away;" &ot before the frost comn>, and while «ll the woodland »»ja eliitu with mo - atnre ind th* fallen leaves aie beappd in wot masses in every r...
Editors Fight it Out. THREE-ROUND CONTEST. LIBERAL DEFEATS LABOUR CHARLVILLE QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Editors Fight it Out. TU REE-ROUND CONTEST. LIBERAL DEFEATS LABOUR CHARLVILLE QUEENSLAND. A unique glove comest took place in "the Albert-hall, nt the opening of the new gymnasium c ub let ween Mr, Cornelius Minphv, the editor ot the Liberal organ, the "Charleville Timi s," a id Mr. John Klner, ci i ur of the " Guardian," thc Labour01 gan. The hal.was. crowded. The fight was the out come of challenges published .hy. the two ediotsin their respective newspapers, The contest, was,of three mundi duration , V om the sound i.f thegong Iwtl) gentlemen fought fiercely,-, there he- ilig niiich wild hitting and clinching : The first rotitid resulted in f; vjur of Mr. Murphy. In. the . second round. Mr. Kilner.lind all the worst of malters, tushing in!-) clinches to avoid punishment, , The g-mg saved bim fr, .m defeat. Lithe third and last round,' Mr. Murphy jumped - dom his coiner.and went after his opponent, who was entirely onida: s ed. Ile was in trouble a ^once, and in less than a minute...
Confidence Tricksters ENGLISH VISITORS VICTIMSED [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
Confidence Trick- sters -:o : ENGl.ISII VISITORS V1CT1MSED Englishmen tiavelling appear to be peculiarly easy prey to the confidence men who infest the coastal b ats, the trains and the quays. "It is li uly remarkable how simple these people are," said a Me bourne detective on Wednesday night. ''At home in their own coun tiy would probably be an impossible matter ti get any liing out of them but just as see n as tl.ey step ashoie in Austialia the fiist taunt mags man who comes along can pick a few as easy as picking ripe plums." 'J he dett dive's rtmaiks were ap topo ol the woes of two young Eng- lishmen who arrivtd on Sunday per H M.S Cuanto, and who at Adelaide made a bosom Iiiend with a smart . looking and well spoken young man who boarded the boat theie. On . the way fie m Adelaide Il e young Australia!', fi r tuch the new comers ¡?aid he was, FO impressed himself upon the goodwill of the two English- men that he soon established him- self as a confident al friend, and was' able...
"Como" Estate. SUCCESSFUL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
"Como" Estate. SUCCESSFUL SALE. The Urge snow-white msrqae gay with coloured bsntiog, the green tnrf, the wtll-drj'sed crowd including many ladies gave the Pale of the Como Estate on Saturday afternoon the air rather of some fashionable function than of a business affair. With its subdivision there has disappeared one of tba few re- maining 10-acre blocks in which Toorak waa originally laid oat. The sale was conducted by Messrs. Charba Forrester and Co., and C. J. and T, Ham, associated with W, H. Tackelt and Son«, nndjr infractions received from the trastees of the Ute Mr. C. H. Armytage. The old house, erected ia the sixties, and in those days considered one of the finesd hoases ia Melbourne, was pat ap first. Two acree of land were reserved with Ibis. Bidding starting at .£5,000, and going ap by £500 and £250, wai brink. ''Como" was knocked down to Mr John Bochan, for £7,500 who it was learnt afterward», was acting on behalf of the Misses Armytage. Before patting np the allotment...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
READ THE ADVER- TISER. Subscription 4s. per year ¡cn to the ER" Your local paper, which contains all local news« Four Shillings Per Year, Post Free. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO RECEIVE ANY ITEMS OF INTEREST WHICH OUR READERS MAY CARE TO SEND ALONC. Give Us Your We can do it as cheaply as any one and at shorter notice. il LEADING OQMEOi OF JTHE1 . . ' Cinderella Opera Company DECLARES THAT CLEMENTS TOI Has No Equal for Giving Confidence and Nerve Strength and Curing Nervous Breakdown, and Recommends it as the Best for Nerves & Blood. Mr. TOM PAYNE, of the Criterion Theatre. Sydney, r-.i:i cess Theatre. Manchester; Cmrt Th-'.itre. Liverpool; King'« Th air.-. Olasfrow; nnd the Lyceum. !?: lin bur^-li ; through cllmnt c condi'.li.ns, unused to him. surTereii rrotn general lassitude. w»:;ch llirent -n, &lt;1 nervous breakdown, rollowlnç advice, he took Clem, nts Tonic, willi tho usual reBiiIt-ho hec.ini** rapidly healthy. Ho pays lt a Kracfiil tribute In. the following letter. ...
PURSUED BY PRESSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
PURSUED BY PRESSMEN. -?-o-:- ? Evf,rjbedy who :ol tainn nntotioty in America is in dent cr of the proe". If ho eetks sc. lu-inn or talca* to flit lit. Ihn reportera Hy niter hi ii*. Rum Iv Mr. Challes Hjil', city chnnili-ri lin, with- drew into retirement on thc ground of il-heall!', whin wanted to give evidence beforiïi a Lig'glative con mir tee on the for nm lien i f a "foi die fun.'," allesed to havo horn rui-td todtfeat anti-race leg-, isla ioT. The pressmen nnder-took to find him, and they snccecded as far a'»ay ns Florida, in thc ex terne south of H e Unite! Slat s. Thus t lcgraidi'il ono of the special, corresi ondet t« :-"After a piff« of 48 hears, ne sn.oki tl int iho misting chamberlain. A emull tb ct oi motoi-ltinnchis, chaite'ed by tho press roi ri'Fcntatives, ingsged in the linr-1 st of thc chrisp. The occupants of t s hi.u:e-boat Stuf-awl il- first refu?rd to admit that Hide iras nboatd, but the launches wh'ch tur'ounded tl o house- boat, and made escajc ci i I fi c ul...
The Referendum TO THE ELECTORS OF AUSTRALIA. SEE YOU ARE ON THE ROLLS MARCH 15 LAST DAY OF EN ROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911
The Rçfçrçnduiri TO TOE ELECTORS OF AUSTRALIA. SEE YOU ARE ON THE ROLLS MARCH is LAST DAY OF EN ROLMENT. Electors ol Ao.3tra.lU, see that TOO I are on the rolls so ae to be able to vate ia the au nentoa* roferenliuias to give I additional powers to the Pdt« out of the Commonwealth. There will be no canvass of nairns by the Government as ia préparaient of the ordinary rolls. It therefore devolves apon yoa to see that yoa are on tba roVl. If not get on yoa can do so np to t be date of the jea- ne of the writs, They eta be received ap to 6 o'clock oa March 15th. Those entitled to the fraaahiae and not already enrolled, should d > 33 with- out delay. All electors who have moved from one labdivieion to another since last enrolPa; eboald immeaditlr proceed to see about enrôlement or transfer, io or- der that they may be included ia the lapplementary rolys to be printed just a'ter the issne of th« write for tbe referendums, i Commonwealth electoral forms can be obtained at any PoBt Offi...