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GENERAL TREATMENT OF COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

GENERAL TREATMENT OF COLDS. For gonoral troatment nothing ia suporior to a full hot troatmoiit lo produce vigorous perspiration. Tins is best accomplished in homo treal - mont by giving a hot log bath at. Hw bedside. Tho bath should como well up to tho kncos, and hot water should bo added as fast as tho patient can boar it. Tho pationt should bo well wrapped in blankets, and as soon as he is perspiring freely, ho should bu put in bod, still wrapped in tho same blankets, and tho other clothing tucked snugly around him. Ho may now bo given a glass of hot water, or, better, hot lomonado to drink. If he now sleeps sovcral hours, lie will probably awako freo from Ins cold. On arising, ho should he spongod in cool wator and rubbed with a coarso towoi until a good re- action is induced. This troatment is efficacious in proportion to tho promptness and vigour with which it is given. Dur- ing a cold ono should eat lightly, of simplo food. Indeed, it is not a bad plan to Bkip a meal or so.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CANCER NOT HEREDITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

CANCER NOT HEREDITARY. Dr. Ralph Bernst-jin, of riiila dclphia, addressing; the Homoeopa- thic Medical Society of Pennsylva- nia, said "it hardly seemed prob- able that cancer should still be ron i sidered a constitutional disease," and added that "we can most cer- tainly deny that cancer is really transmitted by inheritance." Hr admitted, however, that some fami- lies do have a type of cell Striaton which has less resistance to the cancer germ than do others. But he insists that it is strictly a germ disease, and tells of the success of his treatment of skin cancer with solidified carbon-dioxide.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WHEN TO TAKE COLD BATHS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

WHEN TO TAKE COLD BATHS Dr. Cyrus Kdson says that a cokl bath should not be taken when a person is tired or exhausted, as the reaction on which depends its ben- eficial effect does not follow when the system is tired. The result of a cold bath at such a time is likely to be internal congestion. It does not follow, however, that a perspir- ing person should not bathe until cooletl off. As a matter of fact, if the person is not exhausted, the fact that thc pores arc open is rather advantageous than otherwise, as the reaction is enhanced, and will probably follow more energetically. A bath should never bc taken within two hours of a hearty meal. The first effect of immersion in warm or cold water is seriously to derange the digestive process, if that is pro- gressing at the time, and by a phys- iological effort that naturally fol- lows, to unbalance or derange the whole nervous system. The result of this is extremely dangerous to the bather.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry of the Week. LOVE'S PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

. Poetry ,oí the ^ Week, LOVE'S PHILOSOPHY. The fountains . mingle with thc river, And (he rivers with the ocean; Tho winds of braven mix fur ever With ,i sweet emotion, isothinff tn the world is MIIC/IC, ¡ AU things by ;i law divine, tn one ami theres hciny mingle Why »ot I u uh thine ? Sec the mountains kiss high heaven. And the waves clasp one another; No sister-ilower would he forgiven If it disdain't! its brother;1 And the sunlight clasps thc earth, And the moonbeams kiss thc sea What are all these kissings worth, If thou kiss not me? , -I'. H. Shelley.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Church j News. The Sl-iUi^lnn at l'Vdst Hail hilt their ha'vest festival serried* oa Sunday last, The Church was decorated for the occasion aad emh dur vico was nell attended. Tue Uev. Delbridge c>i dueted tile afternoon service and Air Lea. Stevens preached iii tue evening. On Wednesday evening a concert aad collée sapper wai held in the Dunorlan State-school and was moderately attend- ed. The following friends contributed items:-Mrs Oeluridgo, .Miss Ably, Messrs Parson), ä tenuous, Boiinily, aud Itev Uoloridgo. Cue Parkua a services wero also C-indiwtei hy the same preacher, Mr. Stephens taking tue uoraiii;; nan) an 1 Uir. Djlondgi preacuing iu tin e.'eiii ii. Ol both ucuaiious lae euri! was lilied, i'ei delations were very t nt if illy atraugjl Dairy plaina «Iso ueld its 1'hank-igivittg áemcjson diiiiiy. Mr. C.¿ Byard >v is I'a/j.irei wi'.h i vory ai.'', gitlurin; : iu toe aitj.-iujii, aii Mr, \V. .1. \Vii >y j hil a fall Jo.igreg iti j 1 at nu evaiiug .urvice. On Tuejdi...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Can Nothing be Done for my Girl?" [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

"Can Nothing be Done for my Girl?" :o:- ¡ Tlie above quotation from Iiis re- miras, a question often pat both to ; himself an i to other worker* pledg- ed "for G id a id humility" oy' anx- ious parents was practically Mr.R.L. Maso i's text in a rece.it appeal far his proposed ho ne fir women and girls. Glsee. M, to which wi refer e.l ia i reee it a 'ti-le lias di ie greit things for men in Launceston, and a similar hom; f ir wo nea ail girls is a subject Very near the hearts of Mr. Mason and his friends. The oll owing is a free translation of his ! remirks after referring to so ne cises Í and to t!ie preva'euce of the evils which drag many down. "Bat we j can do nothing. We have ni hom; to deal with such cases an 1 they ! have to go. Tue poor parent comes j to me "Can nothing be d me to save my girl." Ah that is where it ¡pinches. X£y boy! My girl! We catii heir these things, bjt when it be- [ comes my girl it comes right ho ne,1 Wu en we see the sins and sorrows: of o ir cities as ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Deloraine Presbyter- ian Church vj jSunday April 2nd Harvest Thanksgiv- ing Services 3 p.m. ,7p.m. At the evcuirur service tilc RJV AG 'toy will prc.u-li i ¡ ii ¿.vü semiiii, .Monday 3rd. Farewell social will be tendered Rev and .Mrs li iy Presbyterian Church in cmuccti in with Harvest home Soci il and .Sale of Gifts. COFFEE SUPPER Admission 1s. RTMÄTOTICE L. Scott BaKçr & j Pastry j cook a j Wishes to ^announce that he]{has ! removed to larger premises J ¡¡next j door lately Occupied by Mr. Harris j Read the Advertiser Price 1d Popular ..Golurnrt. CT ME nd get your Eis:er s lit midi by lirst class workmen at I. P. Slieehan's. We make a spec- iality if Ladies VVork/ 0o;o Hau nah, Tile Slneman, AM I EU 'iood G;iie;-1 ÔT y m 14 girl willing to le ira in wasting ina ii or cl iiry w >..!:. Mrs t iGKN'.ViD i ta 53, " vV odlands" Lam ina Ju.icti > i. 1ÏT\T. lt ADFOKD of Purkhan will bs very grateful if t ie pers m w io found Iiis Silver-ai ) lat- ed liUc-tw )3:1 walkin r s'....

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TO TEST DRINKING WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

TO TEST DRINKING WATER. To test drinking water put one teaspoonful of granulated sugar in a pint of water you want to test. Cork tightly ; place on the kitchen mantelshelf. If pure, the water will remain clear; if not, it will cloud densely and ought to be analysed.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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FOR TIRED FEET [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

FOR TIRED FEET Those who stand a great deal upon their feet are pe<uliarlv liable to swollen ankles and weary feet. This is relieved by avoiding the cause as much as possible, and sit- ting down whenever it is conveni- ent. There should be a high stool such as is used in shops, in every kitchen. It lifts the sitter to just about thc proper level for the height of an ordinary ironing board and .the ordinary table where vegetables are peeled and dishes washed. There should also be plenty of low chairs, about the height of thc old fashioned, rush-bottomed chairs, which are so restful because they are lower than the regulation height of the average chair now manufact- ured. The tall stool and the low chair would bc valuable because nt the, change of position they give if for rio" other purpose, if one cannot sit, next to sitting is a standing po- sition on a soft pad. Such a cushion or pad may bc made of layers of blanket- ing stitched together and covered with soft woollen ....

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Fair Play? [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

t.::r Fair Play?¡ -;o: Wi toke (lie following fiom Ibo "Critic." ^ "Thc Doily Post niider tlio heading of "Our trueted .Representativo" makes a great mouthful of the circumstances that Mr W. J. Mcwilliams (M.H.H. and Liberal member For Franklin) was lined at tho Glenorchy Police Court for not cutting thistles growing on his land, lint when some timo ago, two Labor M's P. were fined for bemg in posession of undoreized flounders, tho Poet hadn't mnch to say about those trusted representatives. Apparently all ¡B fair in politics and war. The Bagdad scribe for tho "Daily Post" expands his chest thns:-"There are people in this district who hold that the subject of the referenda should not be made a party question, bot should be dealt with according to its merits. How- ever there is a sttonp disposition on the Liberal side to vote for party reasons," Exactlv-just so. No Bagdad Labourite will ba influenced bj party reasons, Eh-did somebody, speak? Beg pardon? Oh, only the cat smiling1, yon...

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Health in the Home. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR NEURALGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Health in the Home. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR NEU RAI.üI A. It has been proved beyond ques- tion that the great majority of cases of severe pain, quite commonly called neuralgia, result not from real disease of tho nerves themsel- ves, but from the poisoning caused by improper digestion and elimina- tion of the products of digestion. The term autointoxication, or self poisoning, is given to this condi- tion. There is one remedy which is al- ways harmless, and it is practically sure to effect complete relief in these cases, und that remedy is cas- tor oil. An ounce before breakfast is a common dose. If fresh oil is secured, its odour and taste arc by no means as objectionable as the half-rancid oil which so many are forced to take in childhood. Buy a small vial of fresh deodor- ised oil from your chemist. Us; it with discretion, and it will alleviate more digestive disorders, neuralgia, and uncomfortable conditions of nameless ill-hculth with less danger and possibility of evil effects than ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

READ THE ADVER- TISER: ATJTHIj DON STORE, New. Goods for Autumn Wear _ WE .VRE- mw,-. AS rOSS.BLE, OPENING UP New Goods for Autumn Wear NEW GOODS IN OUR bllUW I OOM LOVELY. MILLINERY, RICH FLOW- ERS, BEAUTIFUL I-LATHERS, RICH PATIN and VELVKT TRIMMINGS AT The Don Store. LATEST I.I <, USES, NEWKST COS. TUMIS, TA ll.OK HADE; FASHION ALLIS : Kilns, ILKS und MUFFS UNDERCLOTHING Charming: Goods in Children's Millinery : : AUTUMN : : ANNOUNCEMENT THE MOST CHARMING FX11IBI. TioNof S:YI.ISH GOODS, V.VUR OF. FERKD TO DIU CHAINE PUBLIC. DRESS FA PK I CS IN NEWEST DE. SIGNS and LATEST COLORINGS. NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS, KEW DRUSS TRIMMINGS, NEW' LACES nd INSERTIONS. KEW ALLOVERS and NET GOOD«, NEW FLANNEL BLOUSING*. NEW RIBBONS, I10SIKUY and GLOVES. D15NT8 GLOVES in newest shades. New Autumn Goods SILK, CASIIMI-RF, and LISLE HOS. I ERY. NEW HANDKERCHIEFS, all Trices We invite you tu cur lest Cisplay of Autumn Fashions. Never Before was anything; to be seen like it on Deloraine NEW SILKS...

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GALLANTRY UNDER DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

GALLANTRY UNDER DIFFI- CULTIES. "Shame on you! Vou came home last night actually, tipsy." "So I did, my dear. I Just couldn't re- sist thc pleasure of seeing two of you at once."

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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EGGS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

EGGS AS FOOD. . German doctors have been inves- tigating the length of time that eggs are retained in the stomach. If it be granted that the length of time that food is retained in the stomach is n measure of its digesti- bility ligtly-cooked eggs are the most digestible ; next come raw eggs, then buttered eggs, and finally hard- boiled eggs and eggs in an omelette. Tile nitrogen of hard-boiled eggs is absorbed to about thc same extent as that of meat, but the fat is much better absorbed than that of meat. Another investigator showed that lightly-boiled eggs anti raw eggs have a higher food value as part of a mixed diet than a corresponding amount of meat.

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TO CURE WARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

TO CURE WARTS. Dissolve ns much of the common kind of washing soda as the waler will take up ; wash the warts with this for a minute Or two, and let them dry without wiping. This re- peated will gradually destroy the largest wart.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OTHER ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

THE OTHER ONE. Sweet little maid with winsome eyes That laugh all day through the tangled hair ; Gazing wi«h baby looks so wise Over thc urin of thu oaken chair j Dearer than you is none to me, Dearer than you there can be none; Since in your laughing face I see Eyes that tell of another one. Herc where thc firelight softly glows. Sheltered and safe and snug and warm ; What to you is the wind that blows, Driving: the sleet of the winter storm. Round your head thc ruddy light Glints cn thc gold from your trcs sci spun; But deejj is thc drifting snow to-night Over the brow of thc other one. Laugh, little maid, while laugh you may 1 Sorrow comes tc us all, I know; Better perhaps for her to stay Under the. drifting robt* of snow. Sing wliilc you may your baby snngl Sing till your baby days are done! But, oh 1 tho nclio of tho heart Unit longs Day and night for thc other one.

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ROYAL TASTE IN PISH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

ROYAL TASTE IN PISH. Despite thc royal patronage it has enjoyed, the lowly herring is often scorned even by thc poorest. The Kaiser's grandfather was so fond of that common but nutritious ¡ fish that one of his nicknames was the "Herring Emperor." The present Tsar of Russia is specially fond of fish, and when, on his visit to Taris, President Faure asked him his favourite dish he re- plied "Cod cooked in olive oil. I should like to eat it twice a day." It is probably true that no royal meal to-day is regarded as com- plete without fish. Queen Victoria was a notable lover nf fish, but pre- ferred the old-fashioned ways of cooking it. When her famous chef, lrrancatelli, was told on one occa- sion that "whitebait a. la Reine" would look well on the royal menu, he replied "The Queen is a constitutional monarch ; I nm a constitutional cook ; your suggestion is revolu- tionary ; I am sure her Majesty would not approve." Like his grandfather, the Kaiser is fond of fish, but he affects carp...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VERY MYSTERIOUS STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

A VERY MYSTERIOUS STRANGER. A man in the North of England recently received the following let- ter from a mule friend-"Dear Jack -A peculiar fellow turned up at my place the other day. He hadn't a penny of his own, nor had he a poc- ket in which to carry a penny. He wasn't even in rags, for he was without any clothes at all. He could not, or would not, give his name, but he set up an awful squal- ling, and, for the sake of peace, we had to provide him with clothing. He would have nothing to eat. ¡ind was only pacified by drink. Il-j is a queer chap lo look at, for he is nearly bald and is toothless. He upset the missus, who has been in bed ever since. Thc doctor expres- ses confidence however that she will recover in due course, but he says she will require great care and at- tention. Thc impudent intruder shows no signs of departing ; he has evidently taken up his quarters here, and I hope that you and your wife will come as emly as possible and give us some advice with regard to t...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARKHAM [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

PARKHAM Mr L. Atkinson, M.H.H., address- ed a Iieltienda ireeting here last Thursday week, and was well re- ceived. Mr John Hope, M.H.A.. also spoke en a large lange ot sub- jects, evidently with a view to Legis- lative Council Hcnois. Pal kliam fo k are desirous of hear- ing Labor speakers give their reasons why we should vote "Yes." We are also giaiilied to lind our own) mem- ber intends giving us his views, and will bc pleased when the dale is announced in the "Advertiser," Wcod foi the peor-Thc City Mis sionniy (li L. Mason) addressed a public muting at Mole Creek on "Lights and shades ol Mission Work" in thc Mithcdist Chut ch on Mon day night Notwithstanding thc in- clemency of tl c weather, there was a most satis actory attendance i!e fcrat.ee was made to tlie splendid donation of wocd made hy the residents cf this district last year, and it was encouraging to hear the missie nary's tepon ol riie distribut- ion. Mr. How, in thanking Mr. M ascii on 1 ehalf ol these present for ...

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Excursion to Devonport [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Excursión to Devon- port _i The Annual , excursion of . Hie Plate and Sunday''Fennels around Chudleigh was this year1-merged in- to the excursion organised under the" auspices of/.the Methodist Sunday: School Union. It was arranged; . that certain State Schools should co- operate,''and that other Sunday Schools should have' an opportunity, to join .in the trip. . The following ;schopls were represented by con- tingents varying in size. Mole Creek State,and Methodist, Caveside State and Methodist, Dairy -Plains State arid. Methodist, Blackmoor Methodist Deloiaine Methodist and Presby- terian. Odd ones fiom other Schools wete also included amongst those who made the ti ip. A special train left Mole Ci eek on Saturday last at 8 à m., and Deloraine about fl.20. a m for Mei.sey B'uff, beyoiv' Devon- port, returning to Deloraine abc ut 8 30 pm,.ancl Mi le Ci ct k about 9 3(1 The time tab), gave six hours at the Bluff, which was availtd in many va\s. Tl e beach prov« d the main attraction ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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