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Ex-Police Trooper's Romance [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Ex-Police Trooper's Romance --:o:- . Miss Giulia Mnrosini.' danghl'r of a millionaire, was married on Janu- ary 13th.' in' New York, to Arthur Werner, an ex-po'ice trooper, but now manager of her fathers' estate, says the "Daily Teleer-ph." Thc weddirig was the climax 'o a roman ce which beean when' Werner res- cued the lady, who is young, beauti ful, and wealthy; in un a runaway horse. The incident tonk p'ace five years ago. Werner was on his usual beat, and saw Miss Morn«ini trying to stop the bo'tinir pair she-had been driving. He spurred his horse and after a hard chase managed to grip the heads of the animals, and b'in^ them to a halt. "_ Miss Morosini had no chance to 'hank him then, in the exe tement, bul «as SJ imprcs-ed by his c urage and so grateful for his ga'lan try, that she went o the station and thanked him personally. Again and again the young lady called to renew her thanks, and finally Werner was engaged bv Mr Morosini as manager of his estate. Ile has served in th...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bacchus Marsh Murder. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 4 March 1911

Bacchus Marsh Murder.   MELBOURNE.   The jury failed to agree in the trial of James M'Cormack, who was char- ged with the murder of Constable Jones at Bacchus Marsh on New Year's Eve, by striking him with a beer bottle. The accused has been   remanded to the next session.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

THIS CONCERNS YOU Rf HEYES. R. STEWART PADMAN, Ophthalmic] Optician and Sight Specialist, Late with H. Â. Barraclough, Ltd., Sydney. WILL VISIT DELORAINE on Wednesday, March 22nd., ! . ' and may1 be consulted at \ Fitzpatrick's Hotel 10 a.nri. to 5 pm > WES TB UR Y, on Wednesday Evening, March 22nd. Berriedale Hotel till 10-30 a, rn. on Thursday. CONSULTATION INVITED. SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS MADE BY LETTER; ' Head Office: 62 ST. JOHN STREET. LAUNCESTON. Do You need a WATCH. We can thoroughly Recommend The "Guinea Watch" ; ?? v .à . ¿\ b : "-. J NICKEL OR GUIMJVIETAL. Guaranteed for O years. . .'. .V.l. . .1 .. li , " We will forward you one post free on receipt of F- T. WILLIAMS THE JEWELLER, 134 Brisbane Street, Launceston:- 15 ' Repairs by Expert Workmen

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Farmers Insure Your Live Sock Grain &c. w til tlie New Zealand Insurance Co." Lowest rates prompt settlements Capital £1,500,060. Henry Winter, LOCAL AGENT, DELORAINE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

J. Watts Deloraine. Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If you are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling bave a . chat with J. Watts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY t r SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS UN HAND. Funerals conducted on shortest notice

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Cannibal Marketing. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Cannibal Marketing. Probably thc mnst inhuman (can- nibal) pralice of alj is to be met with among Hie tribes who delibeiately hawk Hie victim piecemeal whilst still alive, Inciedihle as it may ap- pear, the stntemrnt remains justified by abundant pinol, as well as (li m personal observation, that captives were lrd from place to place in order thal individual might have the oppotliinity ol indicating by external marks cn the body the poiliVn they desired to acquire. The dîniinpoisri i ii JJ tu 'ls were £c:,eial!y .nade by j menus of coloured clay >.? stii|scf grass tied in a peculia; m.-diion. . . . ! Tlieri' is a preval i,t belief among ?nany ol the riverside (ril es rf the Upper Congo that the flavour of human llrs.li h hrpiovcd by sub- merging thc '-ir.speclive victim up tn the neck ir. water for two or three days pvcvi-.us losaciiljce.- Frem "A Voice dom the Cunt;o," by ll ci In rt Wan',.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Local & General Newa. ! Mr. \V. B-nvthsr of' Deloraine advertises his farm of 37 aees in, another column. Tue farm is well appointed with a six roStred ho ase outbail lings etc, And should find a ready buyer ' ' ' '"' 'Mr. II, Tasker, who wis connect- ed with the carrying oisiiess carr- ied on by the late Mr'. John C ittam, ; ann inness that he will now carryon ths busMiîSS on behalf of Mrs. Cott am. Mr. and .Mrs. farriss Cameron, of Gormanston who have been spendin ; ! a shir: li iii ly at U loraine, have j left: for,Blythe en-r.oute to the West ' 'Coast. * ' j Heavy rain fell throughout Tues- day night, causing the Meanner to rise considerably,-and many creeks If tc., to flo id, tiaju .continued at I If'ejaent Intervals on. Wod'n'ss liy. h irvestkig operations. h ive reesi ved a gre it c ieipie and l osses will be considerable.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A Broken Friendship. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

A Broken Friendship, -:o: As mw I gaze t:pon thy jiror ic mains ; All 1 lint is It ft Hiv friendship to ie call. Wlien oft thy sor thing comfort cas d my pains, / ml eileen d v hen gloomy hats 'lound nie did fall Well do I recollect when first we met; And unto n e thy virtues wete made 1 nown The pt ice I paid for thee I'd ne'et re- gret ; For loss of >lice nought else can e'er alone. And yet, al fitst, though thou dielst pitase the tye, Hiv lack of taste I oftimes would deplore; But when the glowing blush did beautify, 'Twas then I lea'nt to love thee mote anc! mote.' What cruel land did thrust thee fi ti ni thy place? What enemies to break the did .conspire? Though anger at thy loss doth cloud my face Meerschaum are f agile; now I'll get a "briar."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Read the Advertiser Popular Column Eighty seven and-a half acres at Reedy Marsh, seven miles from Deloraine, fenced, three parts cleared, good dwelling six room', good creek running thr- ough property, good stabling, out- houses, eic,one acre of good potat- oes growing. Four tons of hay. To toe sold cheaply.- Apply W. BROWTfdER. 'J. Care. Mr. Carrol. , r Deloraine. ¡ ¡: Men's Suits, t> measure, You can't do better than g ) to the DOM STORE. Deloraine COME and get your Easter suit made.by first class' . workmen at J. P. Sheehan's. We make a spec- iality of Ladies Work. Co/o Han- nah, The Shieman, H"T" ASK SR wishes to an ? ' nounce that he will carry nu the c>rryin~ business ris usual on' behalf of Mrs Oottatrt. DELORAINE Progressive Euchre Oddfellows Idall friday 17'h Good prizes. ' I'ickets "is: WANTED Girls' V',11 educated. Apply Advertise." Office.

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Be Brave [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Bc Brave The 'touch of .a liane!, the glance ot an eye, Or a woitS exchanged with a passer- by. A glimpjc of a face in a crowded , stieet, And afterwaids life is incomplete. A picture painted with honest zeal. And we lose the oki for the new idea!' A chance rcniaik, or a sonu's icfrain, And life is nt vcr the same again. A friendly smile and love's embrac- ing spark Leaps into flames and illumes the daile. A whispered" "Pc brave!" to otu'fel lownicn, And they pick up Ihe thread of hope again; Thus neve' an act or word or thought But that may be wijh impotence, fiaug t. ' For small things build up eternity And blazon the »ays for destiny.

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In Tasmania SENSATIONAL RAINFALLS H[?]BART EXPRESS BLOCKED MANY BRIDGES DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

In Tasmania SENSATIONAL . RAINFALLS II IBAUT EXPRESS BLOCKED ] M AK Y BRIDGES DESTROYED ' LAUNCESTON, Thursday. Hear; min again fell to-day, and the whole country side ia flooded. The ex- presa train from Hobart contd not pass Clarendon, with tba resnlt that tbe passengers and mails missed the steamer Loongana for Melbonrne sad the Coast train to Barnie. Railway traffic on the main line is greatly retarde!. No traine are monmir through, bnt the service is' maintained by vehicles making a detonr of fis miles of country. J The Sooth Esk ¡8 rapidly rising and all, the low lying Ianda are aireadr nnder water. It is feared that the find] vf ill ba the most disastrous ever experienced in Taa mania, and at Gonld's country the rain- fall Tor 48 honrs was 14 inches, 43 poinU The brilge over George's Rifer' al Goihen ha? been washed away and ia lying in an adjacent paddock, The water U eil fuet above the bridge level. Th« North George's Rifer bridge is in Haley's paddock. This strniture had a...

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Wearing out the Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

,. f * ! Wearing: out the Ocean. Tlic steamer Peisiau was speed- ing over summer seas, winn one of Hie gay, young, and inquiring girls, wlio arc found on every trip, skipped up to Hie captain, and as^ed- 4 "Captain, are we ically going last? It «ceins as if we were just crawling. ' "Fast," answered the captain grufUy; "of course ~wc at c g' lug fast, With nothing to sec but water & sky,, you can't judge our speed; but, my char young lady, the friofion of the boat is so great that it makes Hie water hot aft." "I don't believe it," giggled the girl, the captain, with a great show of, indignation, called for a rope and bucket to prove his words. These brought, he slung thc pail down directly under the drain-pipe of the galley, where hot water runs all day, and brought it up smoking, to thc astonishment of the awe-struck girl, A long, lean Yankee, who had been watching thu performances, came forwatd, and drawled, "Say, cap, that m\ist..ranke,.yol'JI.cl"y¡g.e your course mighty o...

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A CHRISTMAS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

A CHRISTMAS STORY. -:o: BY J. P. MC. CARTY. "Oh mamma I am going; to a dance alone to night, cried little Mol- lie looking at herself in tile clievel glass in her mother's room; "My dress is rather pretty and every one says I look real pretty in blue. Mol- ly, Molly you vain and naughty child cried her mother; "No, No, mother dear, only I do look nie in this pret- ty (rock and miliuna do you know that .Mabel and Janet aregoin'to act and, oh you don't know what fun we a'e goiurto have, ¡twill hi the most lovely party we hive ever had. .Mrs. Raymond had a large family sons and daughters They are all grown up and so us married others out in the world, and Molly her youngest quite ab iby compared with the others was the pet of the home. She was bright gay and happy; but only for herself; sh<; had never been brought up to think of others. Her parents were rich and M olly had all and more than she wanted, or wis good for her. She was really a pret- ty child and her ni ith:r lol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

THE DON STORE DELORAINE S,"S£S£SS Either for Personal Wear, Household requirements or goods that are wanted for the FARM or in the GARDEN. We Buy DIRECT from the MANUFACTURERS for SPOT CASH, Secure all discounts, thus supplying Goods direct to our Customers and saving them ali the Middlemen's Profits OUR SUMMER FAIR IS NOW ON You can now buy for 10 more days Goals in oar various departments at Prices certainly to your advantage. THE DON STORE DELORAINE ? THE CORKER, R. p. FURMAGE. PIANOS, Brïndsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Re nardi, Stein mayer, OR4ANS BY Mason & Hamlin, Estey, I- dpi* fi efl' " »'.. : : Liberal allowance* OB eld Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENTS FINDLAYS' Tne p"ano People, ? ?1 '?^??'^ ? w" Georg^e-st Launceston. Photo. Enlargements. MENDELSSOHN Sc CO, The Leading Photographer of Melbourne. Make a special offer of Enlargements, framed complete, from any single photo, for £1. Coupons fo...

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Devonport. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Davonport. Tliare wara haayy fori»arding3 of po tat033 yesterday, oamprisia» 10,283 I bigrpiUtoai, git bijioitî, 144. bi?) pus, 2i>5 biji t iraips, 4ÍJ b>$) w'.utt aii 14t babs straw. Tba price of the tibir s!i>wad a mitkol aifnua sinai fia p-jyiom diy, aal np to £j tran spD'ionof, tliDiijb fio «Torada prica for fir but qialitj na»ed from £4. I5 to ¿£4 I7i 61. 03äirt3 ware neglajted Uitä are ft-jrth up to 2s 31 for prim-, bit disjjl>rai 9ip?!ioj ara m^taitol. Al jeriin oils ara w>rt'i il 91 fir fiirl/ good qulity. Grey p«3 ara qa>tod at 5>; blue peas, 4? 61.

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Markets and Crops. Wesley Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Markets and Crops. _..._. Wesley Vale. Threaliin? is almost fiashad throngh ont thia and tho Northern district, and tho wlioat yields Intra ta rn od ont wot!; only in a very few instances his a paddock averaged loss Um') thirty bushels ta tito aero, whilst i> conplo of fields aro credited with a field of 47 bushels to tho aero tho average hi- ing about 40 or a little orar, Tho prin- cipal wheat grown is the Federation variety. This curial bas stood th3 put wet winter and spring better than the oat crop. It may bi nioationod hore that tho pressing of the straw and ex- port, also tho Immia» of tho stubble caisos a daad loss of hu;niu to the soil. Loss than a do mdo ago one waihi see f irrmrj with a draging ohain on th J plonrh cororing all tho stubble thiy could in tho ground, during plotrghint; Operations, thus inoroasing the soils fertility and conserving a oortiin amonnt oí lmuiis foro tho futuro crop. Now it ia tho rule to ont clue to th* ground, aid wliaro thia is not dono the...

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A Great Dramatic Treat NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

A Great Dramatic Treat --: o: NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Next Wediiesd iy night the Woods-Williamson Dramatic Com- pany will appear ¡rc the TJWH Hall, au:l produce absolutely o ie of the most interesting and most intense stai^e stories of niordern timss, en- titled "A Wollun's Sin," a pl iy tint appeals to the lien ts of ttie females sex and creates a touching and thrill- ing effect. The child interest in the piice touches th; chordi of every heart of those in the audience. It U a powerful domestic coua;dy diann of hum in interest anti which hi;? scored one of the yreitest successes in the company's present tour of the colonies. In the characters of P te anti Kite, Mr. Wo xis and Mi« Williamson will be seen in two of their ha îpiest and fliest creation characters they h ive succeeded in m a kin ({famous. Tlieplay, founded upon the story nf Hall C line's wide- ly read hoik, " The M.tnxmm," is one of absorbing interest, holding its auditors attentive from the opening till thc final of thc ...

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Burnie. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

Burnie. Tho s. s. liilopo aailal for -Jylioy with 1,492 birs pititoji, 1,033 hi;» oats, 54 bi»s psis and IO3 bi,»s of turnips. This shipment left abo tt n 10!)0 l>i*3 of oats at tbs local sinds. Tiiere wera nj arrirals ol pit it on yn torla)', arti aonsaiiently no buinis* wos lona, bat tho nomind vilae of tho tuoer is £4 2s 61 to £4 S*. Outs aro wirt'i ri 8 I for Al» mans aol j) (j.* best whites.

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DARWINISM. HAVE OUR EYES EVOLVED? [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911

DARWIÏMI3IVÎ. , i... i : rtr ? ?. .. HAYS OUR EYES EVOLVED? Jn (¡rsl ccnficli i.itic.n c f tliis ques- tion wc cannot c'o better than quote from Darwin's famous woik, "The Oi if.in cf Species." ttic o!I< wing in- teresting opinicn hy that ui lat anth- on!) :-"To snpprse that the eye, wi'h all its intrni'ablc con t¡ i vanees for adjusting focus to ci if ff rei it dist rt cr=;i"fl for thc coi reclion of sphcr :ca!."v.'.i chromatic ahenation, could have been foi med by natural selec- tion teems, I freely confess, absurd in he highett possible degree. Yet reason tells mc that if numerous gla- ciations from a perfect anti complex eje to one very im pei feet a' cl sim- ple, each p. ra dc being useful to its possessor, can bc shown to exist, ? then thc tli'fieri ty of bcuVving that a perfect and complex eve could be formed by natutal selection, though insuperable to our imagination c;in hardly be considered real" And then the wi ¡ter pi cceccls tn trace a few of thegnidalieiis f...

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