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FRUIT AND BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

FRUIT AND BILIOUSNESS. Scientific investigation bas shown that fruit is, of all foods, the most usoful as a means of purifying tho stomach and alimentary canal from germs. A fruit diet for a few days is much to bo proforred to a dose of salts, mercurial products, seltzer aperients, or any other medicine for so-called biliousness. It is not, tho liver that is at fault, as is generally supposed, but tho stomach. A per- son suif Cling from biliousness is in a stato of general poisoning from the absorption of poisonous substances from thc alimentary cana). Many persons would find it advantageous to take nothing but fruit for break- fast, making tho dinnor tho hearty meal, and the supper, if supper is tliken, also of fruit. Periodical attacks of "biliousness" may be avoided by adopting a fruit diet for a day or two prior to the timo of ex- pected attack. A fruit diet for ono day out of each week, or for an oc- casional meal, will also prove help- ful.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PARKHAM [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

PARKHAM Exceptionally adverse climatic conditions have been experienced during the past fortnight. As a re- sult c inside: able quantities of grain which lind just been cut, still remain in the paddocks awaiting cartage. Some of thi' grain is greatly dis- colored, which wili t i some extent decrease its value. Pea crips have had a bad time; especially those cut previous to the recent rains. Many of th- peas h.ive germinated. Ac- cording to several farmers reports, thc Irish Blight has made its appear- ance amongst the potatoes. The wheat yield will Iv p'or owing to tile grain not ti'iing well. Oats were badly affect'd by ins!, and cater- pillars plnyn! havoc with the Italian H ve-grass crop. Therefore the outlook Í fa;mets is innot >> bright. LADIES - li y i; q : int > Twelve Homes on Washing Day aid find in nine of these Velvet S ap. The washing done hy noun, u-cd to take till after tea; hands that u¿ed to be often Weeding, w w light and dainty, and Velvet Soap did it all....

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEED OF BATHS FOR THE LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

THE NEED OF BATHS FOB THE LUNGS. According to tho recent dictum of an eminent, physician, "Our lunga quito as much_as our bodies need baths." Especially do they need a bath after we havo sat for three or four hours in tho impuro and stalo air of a theatro or a church. Thou, if we could see thom, our lungs would look as unsightly as the face of a coal-heaver looks after a hard day's work. "They need a hath, but not a water one. Air, puro air, is tho cleanser of thc lungs, and to bathe them the head should bc thrown back, and through the nos- trils puro, fresh air should bo in- haled till the lungs aro distended to their utmost limit. About twenty fivo of tho deepest possiblo lungfuls of puro air should bo slowly in- haled and exhaled. Then the pure air rushes liko a torrent through ali thc dusty, crannies and hidden, grimy corners of the lungs, and it callie.-; out with it evory impurity. After a long sitting in a theatre's ul a lo air, try a lung bath. You will be amazed lo find how...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

AT THE DON STORE New Goods for Autumn Wear. VVF. ARK nc S Y AS I'OSS.nLK, OPENING IT New Goods for Autumn Wear. NEW GOODS IN OCR -llO'.VRoo\i LOVELY MILLINERY, RICH .'L'l.v . ICRS, UP. UTI KUI. FEATHERS, RLfll -ATIN and VKI.VBT TRIMMINGS AT The Don Store. I.Al'Esr DLOUSKS, NEWEST ? TI'MES, TAILOR MADE; FASHION. ARLH -siciKr.s. FI:RS »nd MITES UNDERCLOTHING Charming: Goods in Children's Millinery : : AUTUMN :~ ANNOUNCEMENT TUE MOST CH MIMING EXHIBI I TION of STYLISH GOODS, EY ti li CF. I'M!KO TO DELORAINE ITIH.IL'. DRESS FABRICS IN NRWEST UK. SIGNS and LATEST COLORIN'-?,--'. NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS, KK.V DRE-SS TRIMMINGS. NEW I ACES and INSERTIONS. NEW ALLOVERS and NET CÍO Hi?, NEW FLANNEL lil.Ol'UNGS. NEW K10BON.S, UO.ilEliY .a; J GLOVES. DENTS GLOVES in newest úndes. New Autumn Goods St Liv, OAS 11 MFR';, md LISLE I!"-'. ( IF.tlY. NEW IIAMDKURCIIIEFS, .di I':-., .-s j, We invite you to our 1 er. Dhp. iv of Au-' Fashions. Never Before was anything to ba seen ; like it on Deloraine j NEW...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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CURIOUS CLUE DOG LEADS TO OWNERS ARREST [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

-1 CURIOUS CLUE DOG LI!ADS r<> iHVNKKS AHRKSr A bou-taued h.el¡no dog was tit-; cumt; af providing information which let! to the ar rest ot its owner, Henry fimiston Ashien. 4S years, on '.wo charas cf hor-j s eal- ing. Un October 20 Messrs Sargeant and \V. Il, KJwards missed two valuable hors-.s which were gfasmij at Peechelba near H'un^ Éîatta Al the same lime a hoh-taiied and its o'.vner werT mi'scd from the district. Thy doi; was rem irked on by mus: of those who saw it, and the police were able tu ascertain where its own-t wa*.. I><_-:ective Sullivan of Wangaratta, recently heard tint the hnr^e* had been sohl in Melbourne, lie cnn* to make inquiries respecting the s;.le, and ascer- tains 1 lint the mi i - in j* man h.ul yone tu lîrownsvale, near Newtown He and De- tective Lonsdale followed. They saw a bob- tailed dog in the street. Sullivan became int-rested. "I think I nave s- n that dog in Corowa," he s-id, addressing the mvn.-r. "1 was thee with i...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Church Items [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Church Items "" In connection with the Deloraine circuit of the Methodist Church the is to be a complete chance of the cleric. 1 staff. Rev. Delbridge after thiee yeais residence amongst ns is being transferred to Latrobe. He will be succeeded by Rev. \V. H, Taylor, at present stationed at Bracknell. Mr. W. J. Wihy the Home Missionary at Mole Crrek is removing to Wilmot. Mr. Len. Harris was named as his successor, hut this appointment has been alter- ed, and Mr. L. Howard, of Lilydale, will be the new Missionary Mr. Howard, who comes from Lilydale, is reported to bc one of the best men on the Home Mission staff.

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GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

G ERM S. Tho modern subject of germs lias brought tn light a good number of avenues through which the causes of disease may como in contact with the body. The feather linster is evi- dently nu excellent moans of keep- ing germs stirred up and floating about in the air so ns to facilitate their incubation. Evidently tho usc of¡ this article in the sick room is wholly out of place. Housewives and chambermaids should invariably protect the mouth and nose by tying a handkerchief over them, or by employing some other form of -atraillar fur the breath, whenever the uso of tho linster is required, and after tho duster baa been used, tba doors and windows should bo opuued to allow a free circulation of air un- til the floating dust has been re- moved. A room occupied hy con tmiuplivcs should novcr be dusted ju this way, as thero is great danger of inhaling tho air containing germs of tho disenso, and thus com- municating the affection to healthy persons.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our Guarantee. Namely: Any Client hiving purchased ¡ai arliuie that iaili to wive jsa-.isf ictioi please return same immediately nt we refund your m iney as cheerful!' as we ta]^e i' from you. Satisfaction Always Wi; aie not infallable, but no om can be "stung" here with tindesire able purchase, thong i ymir inis'a~e or O'irs Agreeable Ser/ice. WE aim 11 ma la it pie isant ¡for you to buy at the 313E-HIVË. 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 jo the value of .£1 and over to your nearest railway stati ni and post. This does not apply to hul~y articles such as Furniture, Cirp-'f Lineolum as, Sawing rnachinest Pianos. VALUE GIVING Has been thc basis of our {»real succu". VALUE IN STYLE. "VALUE IN DUALITY. VALUE IM \VO.,'K\IANSrIt[> VALUE IX EV KRYTHING. WE SELL. AND VALUE IX THINGS...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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THE NUTMEG IN MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

THE NUTMEG IN MEDICINE. Many familiar culinary sub- stances have been found to have valuable medicinal properties, at. least, in household therapeutics ; but Ibo nutmeg, so far as we aro aware, has not been among the number. Its turu has now como, however, for Br. J. O. Shoemaker tells us that it is useful in tho treatment of summer diarrohca, many cases yield- ing readily to doses of half a drachm administered in milk. In- somnia is said to be olfec'tnaHy re- lieved by it when opium has failed ¡ind chloral is objectionable. In de- lirium tremens it can bo employed with safety and bonofit., when any other sedative would bo dangerous. For itching irritable piles au oint- ment of two drachms of powdered nutmeg, ono drachm of tannie acid, and one ounce of lard, is an excel- lent application. Powdered nut- meg may be administered in doses of from two to ten grains for chil- dren, and from ten grains to two drachms for adults. Ijargor doses have produced profound colive last- ing for hou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

A Suit that Suits YOU WILL G KT IT BETTER AND CHEAPER FROM W. A. Hodkinson, The Premier Deloraine Tailor. A Splendid tange ot new samples to clioose from.

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GREETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

GREETINGS. Every race has its own way of say- ing, "How do you do?" The Ko- reans, do not give or imply any of- fence when they greet each other with the remark, "You do look old. " Persians say, "May Allah preserve your beard and cover it with bene- dictions." Among' a tribe of Fiji Islanders the correct form of salu- tation is to pull one's ear. A Caro- line Islander kneels before his friend, whose foot he grasps and slaps himself vigorously in the face with it. In the Soudan a traveller was addressed by a native chief as "Mighty Sun," the said chief fin- ishing up with "Glory to thee, O splendid Moon," the remark being accentuated by expectorating in the travellers' right hand !

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RICHEST HEIRESS IN THE WORLD. GIRL OF FOURTEEN WITH FORTUNE OF £6,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

RICHEST IIKIUnSS IN THE WOHLD. GIRL- OF FOURTEEN WITH FORTUNE OF ¿"(¡,000,000. Miss Catharine Harker, of Chica- go, who ia only l-l, inherits ¿,'«,1)00,0011, t.ho entire li.rtuue of hor father, John Barker, const ructor of tram and railway ears, and a highly successful investor. She :s now tho richest, girl in the country, hoing worth just double as much as Miss lición Gould, of New York, and thrco times as much ns Miss Jennie» Crocker, of Sa)» Francisco, tho two yening ladies nearest her in worldly possessions. Catherine lost, her mother, and is now in charge of a governess. The cstato is adinini' lerod hy the Chicago Trust and Savings Bank. "It's just j horrid having so much money," i Catherine remarked to an inter- viewer, but tho governess present at tho interview said, "You must try to enduro your affliction with pati- ence." Catherine is very popular with ber '_'ir! friends, who declare that she will always be Catherine, and that money I cannot spoil her. Ono of tho lato milli...

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Health in the Home. A SIGN OF INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Health in the Home. A SIGN OI; INDIGESTION. Coldness of feet and limbs is al- most invariably an evidence of indi- gestion. Tho coldness may bo duo, not to tho weakness of tho heart or fcebloness of circulation, as is gene- rally supposed, but to tho contrac- tion of tho small artorics preventing blood from ontoring tho parts. Thero is generally an irritation of tho abdominal aympathotic nervo centres which control tho circula- tion of the lower extremities. This difficulty is not to bo removed by exorcise, or hy any special applica- tion to thc limbs, but. by romuval of tho causes of irritation.

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MORE LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

MORE EIGHT. "Vader, I vant a money-box to put mine pennies in. A good big box to hold a lot. Don't buy a penny tin. Und ven I take pen- nies out I'll put 'em bade again un- til I baf enough to buy a golden vatch and chain." "Ab, Isaac, you vas a claver poy. You make my heart feel gay. Shust save your pennies and you'll lind you'll make a pile some day. Now you Cíin haf dis money-box dat hangs against dis vail. You put your pennies in dis slot and hear how nice dey fall." Then Isaac put in twopence and father turiK-d the crank. Thc poor boy felt quite proud to have so large a savings bank, whilst Isaac's father chuckl- ed as lie heard thc coppers pass, and knew thc little boy had paid for 20 feet of gas.

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Poetry of the Week. TO MY UNKNOWN FRIENDS! [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

Poetry of the Week.] TO MY UNKNOWN FRIENDS I Friends ! "Unknown tu me," but com- prehending Much that I wish to say. How I thank you for your words so cheering, And hope that we shall meet upon > Life's Wayl "Unknown to mel"-but is this really so; Ia other lives than this in Ages past, lu lives to come, shall wc not meet Once more? If not, these comprehending^, dim and faint, These subtle warnings, whence? Are they not recollections of past worlds, Which wcj poor mortals, sometimes bring From Thence? -Irene E. Tove Warner.

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CONVENT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

CONVENT CONCERT. To be held in the schoolroom on I Wednesday next 22nd. A good I prog nmmë will be rendered by the . j children assisted by leading local artists I ' Funds in aid of school repair j fund. Admission 2 and 1 shillings.

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

MUSIC. There's music in the sighing of a reed; There's music in thc {rushing of a rill; ! There's music in all things, if men had cars; There earth is but an echo of the spheres. -Byron ("Don Juan.") Music! thc greatest good that mortals j know, And all of hrav'n we have below j Music can noble hints impart, j Engender fury, kindle love. With unsuspected irloquence can move, ¡ And manage all the man with secret ; art.

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WHAT PRODUCES DEATH? [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

WHAT PRODUCES DEATH? *_ Someone says that few men die of agc. Almost all persons die of dis- appointment, mental or bodily toil, or accident. The passions kill men sometimes even suddenly. The common expression, "choked with passion; has little exaggeration in it ; for, even though not sudden- ly fatal, strong passions shorten life. Strong-bodied men often die young-weak men live longer than th-j strong, for the strong use their own strength, and thc weak have none to use. The latter take care oí themselves, the former do not. As it is with the body, so it is with thc mind and temper. The strong are apt to break, or, like the candle, run ; the weak burn out. The inferior animals which live temperate lives have generally their prescribed term of years. The horse lives twenty-five years, the ox fifteen or twenty, the lion about twenty, the hog ten or twelve, the rabbit eight, the guinea-pig six or seven. Th'j numbers all bear proportion to the time thc animal takes to grow its full si...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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USEFUL HANDBAG. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

USEFUL HANDBAG. This may bc made at home at a trilling cost. It is cut in three pieces-thc front, back, and flap be- ing all in one. anil the two other pieces being used for the gussets. Materials required aro i yard of waterproof material (such as Am- erican cloth), about join wide for thc front, (jin fur the bot I nm, loin for the back, and oin fur the K;p. thus leaving .tin for the Hap. The two gusset pieces must inensiir'j io in. by 6in. Mark off one end of tire large piece at a distance of loin. from thc end on either side, then round off corners and bind them «.¡th un edging of leather to form thc top ll»p. Next edge one of thc narrow ends of each gusset in same way to form top. Three buckles and loops must be sewn firmly to i . front piece before sewing the three pieces together. To make the handle, take two pieces of lea- ther lin wide and 14'in long, and a piece of cord. Stitch cord be- tween the leather strips. Cut off cord at ends and fasten neatly.

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 18 March 1911

CONUNDRUMS. W li,it kind of sweetmeats did they bave iii tho ark 1-Preserved pears (pairs). ITow many foreigners mako a man uncivil )-Forty Pules make ono raile (rood). Whatkind of business never makes progress ?-Tho stationery (ary) Imbi ness. Why is tho figuro 9 like a peacock? -liccause it is nothing without its tail. Tell us tho best way to make tho hours go fast?-Uso the spur of the luomont. .Why is a poor singer hko a coun- terfeiter?-Because ho is au utterer of bad notes. What part of a locomotive requires tho most attcntiou?-Tho "tender" part. What fish docs a servant like best when ho is out of a situation?-A plaice (place). When does a farmer iiend hiä sheep without, hurting them Í-When bc folds them. Why is a lucky gambler an agree- able fellow?-Because he has such winning ways. What proof havo wo that Moses woro a wig 1-Because he was some- times seen with Aaron (bair on) and s-oinetimcs without. Which of your relatives are depen- dent upon you for a living ?-Your uncles...

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