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MEASURING DEPTH OF WATER BY SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

MEASURING DEPTH OF WATER BY SOUND. Ali electrical il ev UT wheri'liy a Mull ii ? I wave ls sent tu the sea but tuni. m relatively shallow water, and ilium belli}; relleeleil bink ti) tile vessel is received by another part nf the same apparatus, hus been uti- lised in Norway fur ineasuriiiL- Hie depth nf tin.1 sea. Au uitluniutic re curd is made nf the time elapsed be- tween Hie departure and tile return, and, as the velocity of sound in water is known, tho depth is at once ascertained. Tho apparatus makes a continuous record, alni ls so construct- ed as to give an alarm when the water shallows to a certain depth. Several tests of tho apparatus are said tu prove ibo absolute accuracy or the method.

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

FUTURE COURT PLANS. Tin' Klug anil tineen, wno aro o\i ili'iilly enjoying thi'ir well-earned holl .lay lo llio lull al Halnionil. have their plans up lo t' li r I si mun pretty well dc llni'il now, says a London writer. Their Majesties will remullí In Hie north till well on lu October, not mak- in", any journeys longer than motor- ing tours among the Unuupinns and about Speyside. There will be none of the format visits to shooting boxes or festive hospitalities of anv kind, and the Highland Clames will he shorn of their brilliance tills year hy- the absence ot royally.( Tile King's recreation just now consists of shoot- ing exiled il lons, on which he ls nc-' companied by lils elder sons and his brothers-in-law. the Duke of Fife anil IJueeii .Mary's brothers. After leav- ing llnlmoral Hie Court ls to proceed straight to Windsor, where the change Inlo half-mourning will take place early In November, and lie the signal ror a succession of house parties of int luíate friends and diplom...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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HOW THE CROWN JEWELS WERE STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

I HOW THE CROWN JEWELS WERE j ? STOLEN. Dilling the reign ot Charles the First, the Deputy-Keener ot tho Crown Jewels was one Talbot liMwunls, .in obi mau ot eighty, who, together with his wire, danell ter and servant-maid, lived lu a lonely quarter of the Tower. fly permission of the Master of the Regalia, this old man kept thc keys and allowed anyone who would pay a fee to go In and inspect the Crown Jewels, consisting of thc Crown and Sceptre, Globe and Stuff. One day a clergyman and his wife knocked at Edwards' door and asked if they might see the Crown Jewels. Kager fur fees, Edwards readily con- sented, und showed them ¡ill the jewels worn by English Kings. They made themselves so agreeable that Edwards ¡ind lils wife invited them to como again, with thu result that the' two families became un vory lu ti II KI tu terms, and each time ho call- ed the parsuii seemed muru kind to thu aged couple and their child. One day ho Informed them that he had a ward with n good estate in la...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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FLY, DUST, GERM, AND HEATPROOF SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

FLY, DUST, GERM, AND HEAT- PROOF SHOP. .Mr. W. .M. HllKlti'S, of 1.7 Wella street, Xowluwn, lias pulclilcd all in ventliui to roncier butchers' shops 1'rce t'roni liles, ilusl and heat, and the ac- companying disease germs. A small jet ot water, neting through au ele- vator, plaeed lu the corner near the celling and shop window, draws the partly-routed air through a ;!in. pipe from tile ventilator. The same water is then conducled by perforated pipe across the full width of the front, consisting of brass gauze. Hy this simple means tile incoming air ls cool- ed and cleansed ot' all dust, microbes, etc.. which are taken away to the sewer. Owing to thc large expanse of Hims or water thoth sides or which are exposed to tho air), and tho con- sequent evaporation, a much lower temperature is obtained In summer lhau hy any other practical means. Tills, to the butcher, means a saving of meat from decomposition or taint. A ily-proof door consists of au ordin- ary gauze back Inside the frame...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Martha's Left Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

Martha's Left Hand, j By Dayle Chesney. Martini was at thu rubicon ol' thlr ly-llvr, when tho averngo woman ceases to dunmnd or to expect ro- mance. Romance never hail come her way, anil ot' course now never would -so pondered she as alie watched Hie out-going tide from u sunlit rock. At length she twitched her shabby scree skirt awiiy from contact with lin' dump Binni, anil scrambled into ii inoro comfortable position. What was Unit glittering In the Kami close to lin- rock from which tho waves hail wnw receded? A shell, or a blt ol broken glass, or what? 1'ruinplcil by curiosity alic Jumped down ¡mil scraped the sand away from lt. lt was il dainty little turquoise ring. "[''liney mu having such ti lucky timi!" .Marilin exclaimed; ¡uni Uluru WHS a cynical melancholy lu her voice that betrayed kuen memories ol life's many disappointments. Slut tried the ring on lier lingers, iiinl the utily one it would lit was the third of her left limul. Murilla «ns ulil-fushioneil enough to blush...

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

WELTBURY SCHOOL ll u. PICNIC. H Ê Westbury Methodist Simd.|¡rJ " school. Tlie officers and Teacher*: 1 of. thc Methodist Sunday scliooí : ¡ . Westbury accepted an invitatio!! I fi oin Mr A. Hart of Exton house;'': this year to give the Simd <y scho<jJ4¡ children a picnic on "the Extol»:.' Estate" instead of their usual annual-. Tea in the Sunday school room!" and so the date was fixed foi, ? Wednesday last the o,th ot-, j November. The weather wai ; : perfect there fore the childrenf| j parents a'd fri nels looked for 4* 1 thoiough days enjoyment, vehicle*! . in thc shape of drags cabs and wag-|i;' . guns besides nunibeis nf private.*' traps were prov ded for the purpose^ of conveying all the school cliildi en t and friends to that i 'eal spot on the".". 1 Exton Estate known as "Jacksons"? ? o at the appointed hour loam Wednes-J day a large gathering ass.'inMed at^; -. 1 the Methodist Sunday school, aiid|S j with as little delay as possible aj'v 1 start was mad...

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A NARROW ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

A NARROW ESCAB One of the most senM escapes from death ever luipin Tasmania occurred on Weolie] morning at !'e rail wa,' eros opposite Fitzpatricks HÔtcB.i.l Slate School children had beeng a lioliday iu connection wVpi Governors visit, and were di amii a little prir to the time thelcl train left the Deloraine StatioffliJI line crosses the tiver andMss equently the main road at thisçpl which is also crossed by thefjst School children living on the|nq side of the river. What aclu« occurred cannot always be |nb\ but from the statements of Iheoçh and of witnesses of the occup'en tue particulars would be praçtia as follows:- jfc'.-j A party of the School clfudrj were running from the School wt; crossing, and a number had croiisi Greta Keating, aged about |«iä years, did not notice the trainfcial raced accross the line immediate tn Í oat of the engine. Atiothe ?stt and she was safely across, but 1 efo; she could make it, the co cad sr j the engine struck heraus tlitev îh<; She...

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

We?ibury Council Tlie usual monthly meeting of the Westbury municipal C<nin»il n-ns held in the coucil chambers \VcMi.)i-.i y on Monday there «. re présent. Ti e w.nelen Mr.D.Bourke and Council' leis. C W.Allen. Councilleis JAVal I er. J.J Towns and R.E.Fie'd Coun cilcs w J Trethewicand A J Hadcock Councillors lî.G HeagWnod. W Lansrlell and P.Pearn. Ccnmcilleis J.Goodgcr and Mr Dialce adologes were received for the attendance cf 'Counciller A.W. Monds and M.J. Maloney. Tlc warih-n said be ore i nti ring upon tb- geiie>al business of the council tluy had better deal will, thc case ol complaint entered by Mr. Priestly against The Public Pound Keeper Mr. G. Herbert in in which case Mr. Herbert refused to pay to Mr. Priestly the sum of 2/6 damagers claimed by Mr. Priestly when impounding Mr. Herbert's cow the matter hadpreviously been before the Council at a previous meeting but no decision had been arrived at Mr. Herbert said that as poundkeep ei- lie had simply carried o...

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THINGS BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

' THINGS . BY THE WAY í I have bean thinking', and really I mast admit tome thing! seem very Btrange. Perhaps it ii my limiter! comprehension bat perhaps yon csu explain some of these matters. Now however do°s Ohtrlie Howorydt thinks his precious half holiday scheme is going to work. If he had gone straight for the Saturday ono coull understand it, or ht eaoh district fix Its own day. Bat fancy joining Langford »nd Westbury in with Launceston. These townies think the country johnies will pick a different day and take the townies customers. Bat if they do, whore do tho customers lire any way; und who have thu best right to tho few bob. Kully if r Editor the cheek of some people would make a pig sick. A-nd hare you ever liai my of thoBe 2/- books from the Post Offi'o with 1/llJ worth of stamps. I dont know wiiether this was one of thc "Complexi- ties of Complications" of rei tape the Federal ministers are tired ap with, or whether it happ-a-vl when they were Jriïtiug Uk-; "Anim.fed ru...

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

THE DON STORE DELORAINE. Dresses, Dresses, TUE DON" STOKE FOU SUM- MER FROCK I NOS. qi indi Silk sripeT Crepes in new- est s-If colors Robe length JOS. eni.li, worth p;. 42 inch ilk Striped Voiles, in newest silk c i/onrs. nolie lengths jo/- ca-.-li wort!, 30/ «jo inch ChrysUlinnes, 2/6 yard Tussore Sill;, ijti jard, worth 2(6. 36 inch Dress Linons, io\d. yard, worth 1/3 yarcl Wain anti Striped Cotton Crep'ins od. v u cl. SMART GO0D3 AT COPULAS PRICES The Don Store. NOTED -H'H-SE FOR BLACK DIJESE GOODS Sicilians. Kie;u:(i Cashmeres, Canvas Voiles, Ta ii Wa-,', Conliiiirs, Serges Crêpons Navy serges, we are selling at ad- vantageous prices. Write for Samples. JUST OPENED. A big assortment < f Camisole E111 I>ioideiies, from 71I. yard to 2/11 yd. Ask to ste them ic\_Cn_r ___*r_i" JL/U11 UlUI C 1 Ul f cn uv. Summer Suit Orders. NOW PLEASE GET YOUR KEW SUIT TAILORED AT THE DON STORES 3,000 newest patterns to select from STYLISH SUMMER SUITS STYLISH SUMMER SUITS ?ST 42/ STY...

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THE HEAD OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

THE HEAD OF THE HORSE. JJ »eli emphasis is properly laiil up- on Hie heail ul' a hui se, no muller of what breeil lie ls. Hobbles entering hugely into Hie whole sum of a horse's beauty, from a practical stand- point, the bead hus a great deal of signillclincu regarding the breedlncss, the dlspusliion, thc siainina, ami vi- tality ol' its bearer. A neat, trim, proportionale head is desired if beauly ls to be attained. A large head is ungainly, and indica- tive of luiilcr-hreuiilng or cross-breed- ing. This is especially true In the lighter breeds. Yet a large head ls pruL'ernhle to un unduly «mall one, it being pretty largely accepted that a horse with so small a head lacks lu vigor. In heavy draught horses the head is preferred to be always quite large, yet in proportion to the scale of the entire animal. lt is especially desirable to have the forehead broad, and thu eyes prominent, full, clear, placid, and fearless. Width between the eyes denotes courage, and bespeaks the Intellige...

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AGRICULTURE. ROTHAMSTED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

¡ AGRICULTURE. j ROTH A MST ED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION. Halt ¡t century ago thu narnu of llothnitisted wa» unknown to the worhl outside thu small county of Hertfordshire. No historic event was associated with its name, no mediae- val castle uttracted tho attention of travellers. Itothamsted was simply one uf the many stately homes ol' England, surrounded by a beautiful park. To-day thu narnu of Itothamsted ex- perimental station is well known throughout thu world: lt has become a household world wherever the sci- ence of agriculture is studied. The station ls due to the genius ami generosity of John Lawes-the late Sit- John Ilennett Lawes-and partly to Ur. Gilbert, whose nanto will always Itu associated with thu experi- mental work. Both men have passed away, but their memories will retintín green for many generations. "Peace hath Its victories greater than war." lt ls appropriate that at the en- trance to the buildings there Is a me- morial, cut !n a huge rough block ol' ...

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

Popular Column. Tenders invited for about 120 yards excavation at Don Store. P. H. Gilbert's stud bull, services Ss. each cash ¿1 if booked. Murrays for Boys Suils 4/6. This is splendid value. Murray's for Hats, Caps, Ties, Boots and S hoes, splendid va'ue Murray's for Calico, shee'ing, prints, rte. All sterling value Don Store Yates Yellow Globe, Long Red Mangold, t ugar Mangolds Don Store Leading Grocer* Square deal for a round coin. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY, NOV., 13th Preachers, Rev. F. J. DUNKLEY, Superintendent Baptist Home Mis ions, Services at 11 a.m , 3 p.m. and 7 p m. Special singing by the Children. CONCERT & COFFEE SUPPER MONDAY, NOV., 14th Action songs, and recitations, by the Children. Adults is. Children 61. TOWN HALL DELORAINE. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16th GRAND COMPLIMENTARY Farewell Concert WILL BE TENDERED TO Miss Winnie Miller Prior to her departure for the main- land where she is about to take up the musical profession. ALL LEADING LOCAL TALE...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 12 November 1910

LOCAL AND GENERAL, j The Horticultural Show Commute secured (hy kind permission of the Director of Agriculture) the atten- dance on show clay of Messers Terry and Osborne, government experts, who will be present to give residents full advice and information as may be required Farmers - Poultry Fanciers - Piß Breeders - Fruit Growers Horticulturists and others are strongly advised to have a chat with these gentlemen on the 14th. ^Residents are reminded that they can obtain (rom the Secretary oltlie Tourist Burieau guide boo*s and literature of the district can for distribution to distant friends. It is only by such means that ilie district can be thorouuhly advertised and its many attractions ai d beauty spots made known. Thc director of Agriculture visited Deloraine on Monday last and made full arrangements for a visit of the Scotch tlelegates No.l Party with Mr. Tabarton Nov.lOth No2 Parfy with tin) director himself on Nov23rd July. I YIIR Deloraine State Sehool Cadet* fired their ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

TIT BITS. ¡i lírutvn: Is it correct to speak of a man as "? i ti e male persuasion"? I jnes: Yes; if the subject ii not married. Brown: What has that to do with the matter? J sues: Why, when he ii married,hÍ5 wife) persuades him. ''C.iptain, is there no way in which the -hip '.nay be saved? "None at all, sir. We an going to the bul :om; but 1 should not worry about the ship -ir, il 1 were jou-she ts fully insured. j Ycu'd better find a life-bell.'4 1 Dickson: Dobbins formerly opposed my virws, tut n cw he agrees «¡th me in every- thing Wicksoo: How do you account for it? I>i< kscn: Dont know. I'm not sure whether I convince him or only make hint Hubbard: I estimate thal adveiticing rosts HR* fi-ty ¡Kjund¿a year more than I can afford. I..y-*: What ^re you talking about? You d-in't advertise! Hubbard: No: but the drapers do, and my wiÛ; is a confirmed bargain-hunter. ":>i> much has been said and written fruin IÏIIIÏÎ immemo'ial about the endurance ol womer.," rf m...

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Caveside Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Caveside Anniversary. The anniversary nf the Caveside Met! odist Sn day School was cele- brated 'a*t Sunda"'. The fervi-i-s we-e conduct d hy the Rev A. It. Cocks of B-mie who prescheJ. an elcupent sc mon to a crowded church. Number^ at each servie were unable to cain admission. On Monday'as' the usual T'.i and C u cert tool; place, and both wi e a (tr'at succ ss. Ttl - tables were daintily decor-ted with flowers and heavily laden with (he finest nssort men' cf tea-meet ny delights. The Western Creek Brass Band was in a't-ndan e and rendered several selections under the baton of Mr Frazer the band master. Af er several sitings had beni served at the tea, an adj "uniment was made to the Local State school where tve Concert was held. The School was crowded to its utmost capacity. The chair \v>s occupied ly the Rev F. Dlbrice B. A Th' programme include! the following items: - Over- ture Mr Anderson, Recitati ns by the Bev F. and Mis Dethridge, and Messrs Rose, Albert Wilson, Amb- ro...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

NOTES. I Tue l'ortagneso Government ie inffi: creasing the taxation on land and build ? ¡ug. . '." '. fe China bas established a Pnrliomen ip with Upper and Lower Houses. í J Yankee land ia becoming notorious fol,! c rooked politics. Th« latest news give an account of public moa charged witnt^ eon.-<ptrecr at Spokane. li v Federal revenue btill increases. Tl.* Sipurubrr quatta thuw? au iucriate ut.' £471,034 over last year's total. Thif : J . xpettditare increased ly £332,888. 1| The no-laud cry should Suun b» ii Üiio¿ of tho past in Tasmnnh. About 300o5 acres bare bien advertised for Auction during the past few days. | .-. Alioat 8,000 applications were placed, for l,10övac«ncies on tho Victorian raiilV ] ways. Last year about !),OOO applied foff?. j rtU- positions. J ( It is stated that indications of alltjvmj i tin deposits have been found »t<--\ Timputaboo. Probably within lim ni at ' future more will be heard of the uiatterr Subdivision of estates in the D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

WIRTH BROß.' GIÎËATJÎST SHOW ON EARTH. Appearing in all its glorious splend- our and opulent vastness, at DELO KAINE. RACECOURSE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28 th. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. A Mighty, Moral, Stupendous Organ- isation, Established 31 Years, Introducing New Sensational Spec- ialities annually. This season the CI I'CL'S, is full of Novel, Original, and Daring Features. A three hour's whirl of Sensation, Novelty, and Humour. The Immense MEN AGRERJE is the Greatest and Best ever in the Southern Hemisphere. Dens of the Fiercest and Most Unique Animals gathered from all parts of the World, including, LIZZIE LIZZIE. LIZZIE. The Enormous Blond-sweating African Hippopotamus. The finest and only Hippo in Australasia. To be seen every afternoon at 4 oc'lock. Together wi h the ^10,000 Men- agerie of Kare Wild Animal , as well as at eoch evening performance PRICES-Afternonn, 1/-, children 6d Evening, 2/-, 3I-, and 4!-. Reserved chairs on Special Klevated Platform, 5/-. Plan at G. Harleys. B...

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Have You Seen Lizzie. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Have You Seen Lizzie. One frequent!; bears thia question in I the street. The stranger unfittingly in qnirea as to tie identity of the lady, on'j I to ascertain to bis chagrin tbat the in- quiry retell to the bilge bi) popotamna noir on exhibition at Wirtbe' Circus. Lizzie, the new pet of the eirena, ¡¡tts as much attention as a first-bom child, ora probable Melbourne Cop winner. In the morning r he gets a dishful ofcaie fullj-felccttd cern, to «hieb is added a quantity of slicid turnips, wbicb bare si- tes cly teen eoaking in bot water an bonr. After tl is meal, she looks for her all daj lath, prepared in an adjoining tack. Great care is taken tbat the water is not too hot nor too cold. Abont 4 o'clock eaeb allendoon the gets ber Pt eon cl feed- ing. At abont this time, Lizzie become a ratler ref tire, possibly bi cante thc is hnDgrj. After Ibis meal, she is fnriher indDlgid with an aimfnl of hiy, and then retires for the night upon a straw ted, spic:a!ly iniarfd each day. Tbe'Mady...

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Wirth Bros.' Circus and Menagerie. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910

Wirth Bros.' Circus and Menagerie. Wirth Bros., greatest show on earth will j perform in Deloraine on Monday Nov. 28 in its PDtirety. Wa »re assured that the whole of the enc rmona enterprise will be her?, »s the Wirth Bros. never divide, but travel and perform every- where. Tba circus thia season is fnll of novel, original and daring features engaged from the best circuses and music halls in the world. Each year Mrssers. Wirth Bros. introduce new and sensational specialities, and since the visit cf this world-renowned eirene, two years ago, many additions to both eirena and menagerie have been secured. Among the circus artists to appear here are the wonderful Franlz troupe of society acrobats; the Htaly'a in their marvellous and unique barrel jumping act, somereanltng in and out of or- dinary barrels in a wonderful fashion; Mdlle. Millie Sagmar, with ber beautiful school of trained dogs and ponies; the tossing teatros, marvellous equilibrists and jugglers ; the Lentous, acrobatic c...

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