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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
TOWM HALL, DELORAINE. Ns.tt Wednesday, March 15th. WoaJs-Williamson Company. "A Woman's Sin." HETUTIN OF THOSE BRILLIANT ARTISTS, ALFRED WOODS a»i MAUD WILLIAUSO.V, To/:i!i:r with :i powerful Comvnny in * Tlic Euunnously Üuc-ceaifiil Domestic Uumcdy Urama, A WOjVlAfJ'ß Sl|\f. A PLAY H J ll HUSBANDS. A LB3ÍON FOR WIVES. AI.Filï» WOODS a3 Pete (Juillfarn. MAUD WILLIAM SOM .ti Kale Creergeen. T.VJ pf their Greatest ani JIosL .S'JKejiful I-ini.Tij:ia!Íon». " A t»li/ of Iii.irt interest th it h-ikls thc lliraor na tg .N.urre,"-'^yJney Mjrnm,, ilcr.iU." "U«ryM.manJ Wo-nai s'uuldjejiHU grsit iihy.a.i.l !j.irn .vhit ill« witt do far a Woman."-"Daily Telegraph." Prices: 3s. 2s. and 1s. HOX PLAM AT GEO. lt ARLEY'S, HOOKSKLLF.R. io the RTISER" Your local contains paper, which ail local news. Four Shillings Per Year, Post Free Kursors mmmm Cindepeiia. Opera Compasiy DEL'LATiES THAT CLEMENTS TOHIG Ha3 No Equal foti Giving Confidence mid Nervo ,_, Strength and Curing NOPVOUS Bi'Qa.kc!ovvn, and ¡(...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
This Style ir-6d Sizes 20 to 30. Other New Styles 7s.11d 9s. 6cl. 10s.6d 12s.6cf 14s.6d DON STORE. Agents for the Celebrated P.D. CORSETS. THE WORLD'S BEST. Read The Advertiser Only 1d DEMETER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our Guarantee. Name!1/: I Any Clie nt having purchased ai» ariicle^tliat''aili to five satisfaction please i et tim same immediate).' nd we r> fund your money as cheerfully as we take it from you. Satisfaction Always WE aie not infallable, but no one can l e "stung" heicwith ui cn sire able purchase, thong1' your mistake or 0'irs. Agreeable Service. I WE aim to make it pleasant for yon to buy at thc BEE HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On our people telling the simple truth about what we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On all ord et s of Drapery to tb. value of £1 and over to your nearest railway station and post. This, does not apply to l ulky articles such as Furniture, Carpet Liiieolmnns, Sew...
Prevention of Potato Blight by Spraying. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Prevention of Potato Bfight by Spraying. Tho following leaflet ia issued by the Agricultural Department; In tbn leaflet issued by the Depart- ment of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland on the preven- tion of Po'ato Bli?li', and the results cf experimente, and the following statement regarding its . utility is mada --"TheexperinnT of reocnt years has conclusively proved that the loss caused by potato blight can beprevented hy spray-1 ing--An operation which has now como io be regarded as rm essential part ' of tho work connected with the sacces fnl cultivation of the potato crop. Tbn reports received ' by, the Department from a larga number ot districts show that those who takp, the trouble to carry oat tho work, properly are abun- dantly rewarded, while those who ne- glect to spray spiter heavy loss, both in quantity and quality of the crop. SULT-IUTB ' op CorrEK ASD WASIUNG SODA RECOMMENDED AS A SrnAY. Tha spraying mixtures recommended are either of the two following...
Floods in Melbourne. VERY HEAVY RAINS. MELBOURNE AND SUBURBS FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Floods in Melbourne. VERY HEAVY .RAINS.,' , MELBOURNE XtfD?UBPRB3 FLOÜÖ iD. MELBOURNE, Wednesday.- Yesterday the rain fill in torrents* "OUeu inhabitants searched thsir reiolleitioni fruitlessly to try and bring to mind some occasion [hit would .enable them to say, "Oh, thia is noihing loth* 'rain that fell in nineteen huadreJ and umpty six," etc., but from t p.m. till about 1.30 ( nearly *n Inch of rain fell. Wnile the down t'pjur lasted p;opte who venture 1 to criss -the stre;t were wet to the skin before they com- pleted the run. Owing to thé oppressive niture of the w3ither,.most of tlie ladies who . were ,t in the city wire attired in the summer raírn ? errt their predicament «us deplorable, and their frantic rush from the unsheltered "black" ro refuge Wiï the causi of mîtrimen: to p?r. sans who were so fortunate as to be'under shelter. .'.,". While the rains were '"'hiaviejt,'and fjr a considerable time after cessatiou, the lower portions'of the city and mburbsi wert under', w...
The Mysterious Sword. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
The Mysterious Sword. It Tina a fino sword, wiuj jewelled ïiilt »nd handsfiriflj chased iilridp. "It's n queer «word, too," said Major Million»» ht" laid il on 'tie tat)". "It «ame fri ni the Mite y"_der, »nd it 1 m 4oraeof th« Ird\m :.V'In:nit in it I bcleive." I looked at '.tra cnq-iirin^l.-", orad Bs'd: "]' .-reV irr?-' Hfl nr. The night w«> wile?, »üb &lt;? 't.-.-.M-» «ind bîpwtnç high op, and ii *:.¡» weitd lo bear it rn'Iînp uiitl toai!i&lt; ; in ttie hcuvens, while tl.e si li- teral Irer8 and bushes in the leve of the »T'.I hardly ftirr 'I. The Major fat with HIP swed orrc=3 Slid kr.ee?, glarit'g Bt it. refiV' tivi Iv, "This nus poor Min tin'*/' said he. "Ynnftidn't know l im, did yoi ? "No," I rf|li«d, «nd lidded: "He hit it to ycu, I enppoee, wi fn he died?" "No," he fini it h crop, bnt it came lack io mc ell tho lanie." "His family M ave. it to jon? ' Cntio aity prompted mo to puisne ni? querré*. lint that either," faid Mahon. It's a queer Btoiy. I'll le...
Conundrums. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Conundrums. What tree r inches Hie Jews?-The Jew-nipper. Why is a hen immortal?-Because her son never sets. 1 Who was Jonah's tutor?-The 1 wi a'e that brought him up. At what time of the day was Adam borní-A little before live. How long did Cain hale his I ro thci?-As long ns he was Abel. How can you mahe a tall man short?-Borrow five pounds of him. What is the longest sentence known in history?-The life sen- tence. When isa man obliged to keep his word?-When nobody will lake it Why is a blacksmith a great rog- ue?- Because he is always forging. What part of a clock reminds you of Clnistmas Eve?-The weights (waits). What paris of the body a e fond of Irave ing?-The twi) wrists (tour- ists) , Why is an egg T e « colt?-Be- cause it is not fit for use until it is broken. j
Derby Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
Derby Notes. Wining operations bave been veiy brisk ,ewing to a tplcndicl supply of waler tliis Suirircr, and with tin at a bit; piice everything is very prcsper ens this ye«r. The business pecple ¡ire i e juicing in t'e splendid Fummer. For st nie days past beautiful Sum- mer weather has prc vailtd, and the town looVs at its best. The new footpaths on Main Street have c-ffi eitel a meal improvement, ai.d are greatly, appicciated. It would be an excellent idea, however if the deep gutter opposite the Sal- vation Anny ipiartcis were piovidrd with gratings as used clscvtheie for crossings. Mr. IC. V. Best, our progressive saddler, has recently purchased Mr. VViP, York's cottage and land in Charles btiect Hcis effecting some add tious which will g'eatly im- prove thc property. Mr Edwin Best, who ran the Bri- seis Ca:-li Plores here for thiee years is on Deiby at present, and his meeting willi many old fr'cnde was a mutual p'casun-. Another ex-res- ident at present with us is Miss. Coni...
BATTLING [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 11 March 1911
BATTLING (By Battling Willie) Its awful when a fellow Rets out of collar and not a proverbial beau in his "kicker" and yer takes on a job of "awking'' jewellery .ind enlarging some of grandmothers features, on cardboard, sb much down and the balance I tter on and its c ill again when mi 'usbands 'ame. Well it br.ik s-a fellow up, when he's alw >ys getting those sort of bombshells of refusals, every tima 'yee g 123 for business. I tried machine 'awking bat I met the same fate, the first day I tapped at the door, tin woman stormed at me something awful, kicked me bag of tricks, all me ward robs, a tooth coa'j, a era i'cajack mouth organ and swore that I ruined her machine some months afore and annexed five shillings f >r doing it. Well do yer know I tried with me aching 'art and a sigh ot bit.email to rekonsili the lady tout it wu; un- less she would have that I was the culprit. Well I said to meself this is stronger than Keen's Mustard, I then tried a. bloke with a drapery stov...
ROBESPIERRE'S GAME OF CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
ROBESI-IERKE'S GAME OF CHESS. Ono day Maximilian Robespierre entered tho Cafe do la Rogeuco to find it desertod except for tho pre- sence of a foppish-looking Iacl who offered himself aa an adversary for the habitual game of chess which waa tho favoured recreation of tho des- pot's busy day. They seated them- selves at a table, and the boy soon proved himself a master at tho game. Robespierre, biting his nails with annoyance-for he was a poor loser, and hated to bo boat on-saw one pieco after another disappear, until gamo after game had boen won by Iiis adversary. Finally ho rosa to go, having lost the last cont in his pockot. Mis companion, however, detained bim. "Como, citizen, the luck has boon against you, but I'll givo you au-, other chance ' * "I've nothing left ; you'vo emptied my purso," scowled .Maximilian. "What would you havo mo bet?" "Surely what you deal in," laughed tho other. "Will you wager mo a head ?" The gamo began, and Robespierre lost again. The boy, flushed wit...
Random Readings. EXCUSABLE CONFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
j Random Readings. I EXCUSABLE CONFUSION. ODO who construes strictly tho words which aro found in ancient story and song may not infrequently read into tho text a meauiug ex- actly opposite to that which tho writer attempted to convey. A little study of sonic of these words almost convinces ona, says a student of words, that black may bo whito, and vico versa, lt is related that in tho panie of 1857 a frenchman in Now York said ho feared ho should lose all his "propriety." Wo smile at Uris, and yet we learn that "pro- priety" and "property" have oxactly tho samo French dorivation. We hear ono speak of an "anecdoto" and know that a short, diverting story is reforred to. Etymologically it means something as yet unpub- lished. To provont, which is now to hinder, meant in its Latin origi- nal to anticipate. A girl was anciently a young person of either sox. Paradiso, in Oriental tongues, moa nt only a royal ark. A knavo was once merely a lad, and a villain only a peasant. To bo silly wa...
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A GUINEA PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
AUTOIIIOGRAPHY OF A GUINEA PIG. Arny A. Edwards is tho author of this pretty story in "Little Folks" : 1 am u little white guinea-pig, with a broad band of brown round my waist and two little brown spots ou my face. 1 am called "Little Man," and I am very taino. Tho first thing I remember is a largo coop wired all round, where I lived with my mother, and I ran round and round, trying my best to get out. Thou whoa my mother had driven ino into a corner to provont mo from slipping through a hole in the wiro, a big animal (I thought it was, but mother said it waa a girl) carno and opened a door to give us sumo fresh food. When she saw nib, "Oh, my!" sho cried; "what a dear little cuinca-pig!" and she took ni" out and fondled mo. But I didn't liku it at all, and 1 squeaked until sho put mo back. When sho had gone mother called mc and bade ino look through the bars at tho world outside. How nico it looked to me, such green grass and bushes! I longed to get out and run about, but tho wire...
Railton News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
Railton News Methodist. Church.-Harvest Thanksgiving services in connection with this church were held on Sun- day afternoon and evening Crowd- ed congregations were present. The serv ces were conducted hy Mr. Baz- eley, home Mi-sionary, whose app ropria'e sc m ms wjre atteut vc y I.s tened to. The choir rendered some appropriate hymns and the manner in which they acquitted themselves was indeed creditable to the conduc- tor (Mr. J. Ulenkhoin, sen) Tlu chutch was nicely decorated by the ladies, and the scroll work (lone by Mr Dazel y eave a plea'uin; effect to the other decorations
Launceston News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
Launceston News What might very easily have been a serious fire occurred at Hussell's Kestaurant in York Street on Wednesday last about 9 pm Misses Bilby and Lizzie Hardy had gone to their room and by some me;:ns the window curtains caught file very soon a brisk blaze was going. Messes Sayles and Keeami saw the fire from a skating rink opposite, and promptly ran out, into the restaurant and dashed upstairs. They found the two girls in a tainting condition and conveyed them to a place of safety. Prompt j measures averted a ser nus out break ' and the fire wai soon put out. Miss ! Huby Haid}-was very much upset by the occurence. On Thursday morning about &lt; 11 ad am a sensational accident ' took place. A tum nut belonging: tu Mr Kelly, carrin-, of Loafioid 1 collided with a 'akers cart at the '? corner of Bathurst and Canning ' Streets completely wrecking the lattei. Thc carriers horse three bolted, and after colliding with a big pole at the Frederics and Chai les Street cor...
For Young Folks. JIM'S NEW PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
For Young Folks. JfM'S NEW PHASE. Mrs. Dillon was one of those ir Julgtnt mothers who are so la about administering deserved pun ishment that their very kindness bt comes an evil. She had Studie books on child-rearing, and eoul' lecture for hours on the stages o growth through which a boy pass es betsveea childhood and man hood. So every questionable ac that her son Jim did she attributei to some natural "phase througl which he was passing, and smiled and allowed it to go unrebuked. She would send him on an urgen errand, and when he came bael only in time for supper, bearinr. signs of a long swim in the river she would sigh at his unfaithfulness but say: "Oh, he'll grow out of i in a few years. He's just pnssinf. through a phase." When she sent him to dig a pai of potatoes, and lie stayed lonj enough to clean the whole field then brought in barely enough po tames for dinner, she would genttj inquire if he was tired, and rewarc him with cake, and promise herseli that he would have mo...
Poisoning Mystery Explained [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
Poisoning Mystery Explained The following are the particulars of the mysterious death, on Decem- ber 31th of an engaged couple (Grace Loeser and Charles Twigg) in Maryland U.S.A., under circum- stances which suggested that they had been poisoned. They had'Oiti mited suicide, or, perhaps, eaten sweets sent by_some jealous rival. A different complexion is put on thc story by a discovery, reported in the "Daily Telegraph." made by Dr Liitlelieki, of Cumberland, Mary- land. In the diawingroom of thc Lo sers home home lie found a small square gass stove, with a brok- en mica door, there being a little apcture through which tum-s could escape. Dr Littlefu-ld had b en making a study of Carbon Monoxide and concluded that might have been thc cause of death. Carbon monox- ide is a product of impef'ect com- bustion, and is said to be so deadly that one-ha'f of one per cent in a small room will cause death. Dr Littlelield and Dr Hawkins Rot a cat and placed it in a box on the sofa where thc swe...
PIMPLES ON THE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
1MMIM.ES ON THE FACE. Facial eruptions often caiujc moro worry and montai misery to those af- flicted with this form of disease than do more serious disorders. It is a mark of shame to a moro or less extent, indicating a continued broach of tho simple laws of hy- giene. Those who attempt to romovo pim- ples usually uso only temporary methods, ('nhl cream or some nt her lotion is used, which heals them pre- maturely, but this is only a transi- tory euro, and as a result tho erup- tions reappear in as virulent a mau nor as before. Another method is tho uso of as- tringent lotions. These simply dry up tue impurities appearing on the skin, but do nut drivo them out of tho system. The only suro and proper method for removing this disease is to find out tho cause, which is usually an improper diet that a physician can correct for you, and eradicate the trouble in this way. The euro may not appear as rapid as when face 'otions arc used, but tho cure will bo permanent. 64
BREATHING EXERCISES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
BREATHING EXERCISES. Breathing exorcises aro of great valuo, most easily practised, and givo oxccllcnl results. It is not no. cossary to havo an olaborato system. Tho nostrils aro tho proper organs of breathing. Man, unlike some othor animals, is capable of breath- ing through tho mouth if tho nos- trils aro obstructed, and many from habit or debility continually do so -a practico, whether by day or by night, attended with many ovila, whoroas every breath of [juro air a mau inhales through his nostrils is a breath of life. Ono exercise, re- peated fifty or a hundred timos a day, roq turing no moro than ten minutes altogether, is of tho great- est advantage and can bc dono out of doors as well ns in at almost any season of tho yoar.* ft consists in inhaling through tho nostrils a deep breath, rotaining it a few seconds, and then, willi tho lips adjusted as if ono intonded to whistle, expelling it slowly through tho cont racted orifice. Thero is no physiological objection to oxhaling ...
Markets and Crops. ULVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911
. Markets and Crops. Í. ULVERSTONE. Yestérday^akh-ju^h considerable qua: tidies of potatoes had b.-tn broi gilt in each day during the week, lhere was another large delivery, raisnp the total quan*ity sent to Devonport for this wet-k's shipment to 3,34.6 sacks, The whole of ti.is number wtnt for ward on growe s acctunt, ow rg lo merchant net caring to operate un account of the . un- certainty cf the tuber passing inspection. SHEFFIELD. Mr G. Atkinson reports having sold at Sheffield on Tuesday:-13 lar^e pigs, sos 6d; !7do'( 29s 6d; fat sow, 49s; io stores, 33s; 9 do., 2is; 4 do 25s; 17do., 24s 6d; 4. do 14s; 13 do 20s 6d; 19 do, 18s 6d; pen saps, 14s; 14 do I2s 6d; 8 do lia 6a; 4 do 13s; 5 do 6s gd; rf do lls-; 6 dr> 13- ; 28 do ?s Gd; 6 do 13; I do 17s ¿d^5 taconers, 273 6d; 8 do 25s, 2 do 28s;: 5 do 43s; 12 do 35s; 7 do 35s; todo 335^ 2 do 35s; Ii porkers, 20s; )6 do 19s; 8 do 193; 6 small baconer's 24s; sow 305; I barrow, 39s; few odd lets, gocd rates; g fat sheep, 13s 3d; 25 ...