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

. DELORAINE DISTRICT. . . JJ ICM it lui. Dentistry Notice. Mr. Alfred J. Hall, DÍNTI5-T, 1878 (.LONDON), NO: HI ST: JOHN, STREET,. as follows:-Jw"» I.ÉC~ . Esroii Kimberly Walkers H ¿iel *>. Saturday t 8 th April 9-30 to* 4. Deloraine.- Gcodridgea Hotel Friday- ' 3'« March West- bury Berndale Hotel Thursday 30th frtm lJ-30 till 5,'p.m. Early appointments in Chloroform, Gas & Stopping catea can be nade with the local Meaical men aod Chemists, y be. consulted

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

Branxholm . At the Alba tin ruine Tuesday i shiting is guing on toniinuously at j holli laces, willi the exception of | nine hours lost to renew liner in No. ! 2 travel pump. Men are engaged j in putting in a new dam at Black | Creek intake to replace the one car- ried away by the late flood, and the unit wasexpicted to bc ci nipleted ytsteitla). Duiiig last v.cck the wt ather was line and warm and the water siirply good. Lleavytain fell yestcida) morning, and is still con- ! tinning. I

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SCOTTSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

SCOTTSDALE. SCOTTSDALE,- The meeting held last Mi nday nij.ht to consider what should be urine on Coronation day fell through. A meeting was held last nit lit and was faiily well attenc'td, ¡nu igst those present wtiese\cial adns. Ohe Walden occupied the cbaii. Mr Button \\as appiinttci sectc taiy and Mr Al an M aullaw treasurer Upwards of 3U gentlemen and it) laclit s were appi intid a lotiiinittie willi the cffiteib tx cilicio and with power to ai cito their number. The nt xt mci th.g vr.s lixed foi Mot.c'ay April ill at H-SO pm. when an execu- tive si.b-ctnimittee will be chosen. It M as t Miivcc-that Rev. T Al Lott, ami Missis leech ai.cl Hose wait 11 j oil thc Mm iii| ni Council at its next meeting and ash lor its co opciation and assistance. Gladstone Mr T.J.K, Bakl.ap addressed a well attended meeting here on Sat 111 day evening, in opposition to the lîeleienda. ile had a guod hearing Mr l'litchard moved a vote of thanks lo the speaker, which was earned and a similar complime...

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

Wedding Bells ¡o: A very pretty wedding was cel- ebrated at the . local, Methodist , Church on Saturday the 18th' Mareil the contacting parties being' Miss Mary Elizabeth Elevens si crud eld- est daughter of Mr and Mrs Stevens of Albert ' Park, Victoria and Mr Aithur Laurence Sullivan thud eldest son of Mis J.-Sullivan cf East Mell ( uine. Vied na I ev Delbiidge tfheiated, and the bride -was given sway ly her brother Mr ?) Stevens. The church was vt ry prettily decorated bj Mrs Delbrif'ge ai ri olheis, and amongst the deo r ^lions, included a beautih.l white wedding bell suspended fri m the ceiling and also the initials cf the bride and bridegroom. The bride were a dainty muslin white finch. Tl e tiidrsmaids weie Miss S. levi ns sislei of ihe bt ide Mid Hiss E. Sullivan sister of bridegi oom and wore white muslin frocks. Mi Harold Si Divan ailed as best man and Mr Lis Barker was groomsman Amongst the gues's wtre a number of fi ¡ends and i ela ti ve s frc m'. Hol ait and Vienna ¡Vis ...

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

Winner's Adventure A New í-'otitl. Wales visitor, who was attending thc laces at Dowling Fotest ti-day, c'rew ,£i.~u a" Ins winnings cn one ir.ee. His success was evidently noted byan individual, wli<: eudtavi meo tn strike nj' ,'ni acquaintance with him, and follow ed bim to the grand-stand. The i visitor was watching the next lace, j when he felt a hand in his breast pod et, in which he had placed thc toll of notes. With one hand he seized the notes, and with tl e other struck down thc would-be lobber Mr and Mrs Farquhar were tendered a faifwtllin the Derby Town Hall on Friday March 24th. A large nnml'cr attended. The «ardfD (W. T, Tucker EFOJ presided and srrke in very high tenus of their guest Coucillore Clarke and Grace Hiv. Afhemft ard Mr O Ltirae also »pole m the same Btrain, Mueiral items wire rendeitd by Mesdames Ashcroft and Mc Kinnon, Mrefra Stephens abd Evans. Cinncillor Clarke on behalf of .thc n.coting jicFeDted Mr. Farquhar with a puree of sovereigns and Mr...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Beulah. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Beulah. The Clops.-The principal occupation otfainièrsin this distiict just-now is pea threshing, other ci ops being all in, and in a few casts threshed. 1 he yielc's are peor, and the quality very much damgtd h weather. Potato-digging has been discontinued. The Telephone.-Telephonic icm inunication to this distiict has been advanced another stage. After the lapse of some tuo months since the receipt for the required guarantee, the pegs have been placed along'trw road, showing the position of the poles.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Farewell Service. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Farewell Service. _ Eev M. Bullas pi cached his fare- ; well sermon al the LilverMon Meth- j odist Church on Sunday morning 1 rior lo his dipaituie lor Brighton, (Victoria) Theie was a large atten- dance. Tie uvtiind gtiitkman and lan.ily made n.any fiiends dur- ing their term in the Foith and Ulvt istoi.e Circuits Al the Methodist Simony school at Forth the Supeiintendtnt spoke in eulogestic teimsof the good work done in the school dining thc last three years by Mrs and Miss Bullas He regiettetl their departure and wished them every lappmess and God's blessing in their riew spheres. He then handed, on behalf of their itiptclive nasses, to Mis Bullas a a beautiful silver scmeltc ling, and to Miss Bullas a veiynice leather hand-bag.

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

CENSUS*'* - i O.-' I write for society papers, I have soürces of news all my , own; 't.? To me Mrs Smith, and her capers, And secrets of Johnson are known. Mrs Brown may be most circum- spect o'er Her Bi-weekly afternoon tea, But I am the Census collector, And nothing is hidden from me. The family cupboard I open, 1 yank all the skeletons out,1 My silence \oure building high hope on, Yet somthow tin se things get a br ut, Your mnials may have a defect, or i-onic part of the past yon would hide, But 1 am the census collector, Ard must be on the inside. What's the age ot your daughter Teresa, And when was she mariied 'o Jre? It is useless complaining, for these nie The things a collete r must know. I si all i arefull« i ' it cad', objector, ]-.\ei\i,e wit, it i lits with a frown, For I am ihe census collei tor. And jolly well boss of the town.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Local «& General News. :o: . .--. The Federnlcd Railway Engine men's Crnfeierce: in Launceston took a very tb cided sinnii in si pport of lhe Federal Referenda Among those piesent weie Messrs A, Jensen M.H.B.;C Howroyd, M.H.A; Frank Best, (n£ Mole' . Creek), piesident of the Federation; and G. Stanley (president of the Tasmanian division). The latest population statistics show that Austialia now has 4.J82, Kflfi, peisons within lier borders.' 'J i.smai.ia cuiiiaii.s ) 87,100 1 t these, an increase during the jrnr 1 1 335 in our finíale pi pulaiioii, while males have deci eased by two in the same period. The Eefeienduni campaign is now in fu l swing The Libeial party ¡is aunngtd a stiong progiamme for this district. The dates will appear from ¡me lo time in our advertising columns We undeistand the Labour parly intend to hold a series ot meetings of whir li we lope to receive early paiticulars Very encouraging reports continue to come to hand respecting the nil and shale depo...

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

NOTICE Hading again stemed the Agency fi cm E. T. CLEMENTS & Co., Devonport 1 wish to net.ly tlie public that 1 intend bt.yit g all Kines ol pictiuce at highlit maihtt piicts. I also have tl e ¡IJ.II.i;. hi the following lines. ft!cCoimich's UaiMbliig Machin eiy, Chi cK ai d lltifft i sjnings, Lis- tel (it; in rc| ara iis, Motor Jiuggys Ustir Petri l Enjjtiis, Hassell s Mamuts, A M P Lift Assui ance, eec Geo. L. Oswin, Emu Bay Road, Deloraine THY DELORAINE SUPPLY CO. FOR Drapery, Groceries, Ironmongery, BEST VALUE. J. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If you are atout to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Watts Deloraine A FULL SUPPLY OF SEASON ED 'UMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. Funerals conducted on shortest notice He Who Hesitates is Lost. Order your Easter suit now. Parson's the Tailor, PATRONIZE LOCAL INDUSTRY The Deloraine Cordial Aerated Water - cFáctory. v . Try Kean 's Hop 'ale i-t. . - J. *> i -.fi A Sparkling Non-intoxicating Beverage non...

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Irish Blight APPEARANCE IN THE HUON [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

Irish Blight .APPEARANCE IN'I HE HUON irish blight has m heh- its appear- ance in the Huon distiict Two lumelnd bajis cf | otatces which weic uct ivtd fi om the quarantine store last \v< tl» hom the Noith-W'tst Ci ¡n-t, and new the tubeis arc showu'g signs of the disease, in fact it has developed to the fruiting stage.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE USE OF THE LIFEBUOY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

THF. USE OF THE LIFEBUOY. In most places, where at all pos- sible, the authorities considerately place lifebuoys for the benefit of per- sons in danger of drowning;. When the time does come that a person is in such sore straits, it is hardly the time to issue instructions how to use thc buoy. Seemingly a simple mntter, but just try (provided you are inexperienced) in safe water, and it is very likely you will not put up too gre-it a performance in its manipulation. That is why we would suggest that instructions in the usc of a lifebuoy should be post- ed by its side, a forewarned is fore- armed. The easiest method is to place both hands together on the side of thc buoy nearest to you, then suddenly bring all your weight to bear on that part, when the buoy will immediately jump over your head, and encompass you, as shown. All that now remains is to put the arms and shoulders through.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
New, Odd, Interesting. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

! New, Odd, Interesting. ! A ton of coal produces noarly ton thou Band cubic foot of gas. Thc two most populous cities in the British Empire are London and Cal- cutta. Ten Barnardo singing boys, who re- cently toured Australia, raised £17,000. An old book, picked up 70 years ago for 3s. 6d., has been sold in Lon- don for ,£1520. Refitting1 the battleship Irresistible! will cost £80,000, and thc work will occupy eight or nine months. A motorist driving a 200 horse- power car at Indianopolis, U.S.A., re- i cently covered a mile in 35 3-5 seconds. The iceberg detector is. the latest instrument that science has evolved for the better protection of life at I sea. Spain gets more sunshine than any other country in Ku rope. Its yearly average is 3000 hours, while in Eng- ¡ land it is only about 1400 hours. During the nineteenth century near- ; ly one million one hundred thousand pounds was wiped oft the National ¡ Debt by property left by will for that purpose. ' ! "Thc Science of Larceny"...

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

AUTOiMATÏC MEALS. In Sydney tlie pcnny-in-thc-slot machine is common enough for the simpler wants of life, but we must admit that thc contrivance is only in its infamy herc as compared with l'aris. In what are known as the Express liars there you can get a quick meal, and don't have to "tip" the waiter. You're in a hur- ry. You rush in to an Express Bar, put a penny in the slot, and at once obtain a cup of hot soup. While drinking this you drop two pennies in another hole, and out pop two sandwiches-one of sardines and the other of pate de foie, or of sausage. If you have still a couple of minutes to spare another twopence will pro- cure you a cup of coffee, which you can sweeten to taste. Hut if your desire runs in the direction of beer, wine, whisky, or brandy, you can also have them. lie cannot, lead others who is irv- ing to walk in two paths himself.

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

DEMPSTER'S THE BEEHIVE, Launceston. Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our Guarantee. Namely: Any Client having purchased an article that rails to i ive satitfactinn please return same immediately nd we ti fund your money as cheerfully as v e take it from you. Satisfaction Always WE aie not infallable, but no one can be "stung" here with urdesire able purchase, thiougl your mistake or ours. Agreeable Service. WK aim to make it pleasant foi you to buy at thc BIO-HIVE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On otu people Icllinc thc simple truth about what we sell WE PAY FREIGHT On all nrtleis if Diapciy to the value of Ü! and over to your neales' railway station and pest This dois t.ot apply to tulky articles Mic! as Furniture, Carpi t Linokiimns. Sewing macliincst Pianos. VALUE GIVING Mas bi en thc hnsi.- i f ¡ ur great succc. -. VALCi: IN r-TVlF. VALUE IN ta'AI-ITY. YA IA H IN WORKMANSHIP VAL.UK IN EAT RYTUIr- G WK SF,LL. AND YA LUE IN THINGS NOT I...

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

Wise and Otherwise, Null : "She's an awful gossip. She ti-lls everything she hears." Belle: "Oh, she tells more than that." The Breakfaster: "Waiter, there's a chicken in this egg!" The Wait- er: "Right, sir. I'll fetch a knife and fork, sir." . . . . . Clerk: "This is an improved skate that can he put on in three seconds." Customer: "But I want a pair for my best girl." . . . . . Professor's Wife: "You haven't kissed mc for a week." Professor (absently): "Are you sure? Then who is it I've been kissing?" « « « . . "My wife made an engagement for me at the Bingscs. I forgot and went fishing." "Catch anything?" "Not until I got home." "Yes," said the humorist, "it was enough to make a donkey laugh. I laughed till I cried." And he won- dered why everyone smiled. . . . . . Mabel: "Of course, you speak to Lena when you pass her?" Helen: "Indeed I du not. Why, I don't ev- en notice what she has on!" "What do you think makes the sea salt?" was a question put to a school class. A brilliant ...

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

LEARNING TO COOK. Apparently it occurs to few boys that it is important to know how to cook. Bul if a boy is going camp- ing it is desirable) that ho under- stand thc simpler methods, at least, of preparing food. lt is not enough to bo ablo to fry fish and to boil eggs and potatoes. Some member of tho party must havo a wider knowledge. Tho boy's mother or sister will bo glad to givo him tho necessary les- sons. liroad-making - especially corn bread-should bo tho subject of tho first half-do7.cn, tho only prelimi- nary to this course being a recogni- tion of tho necessity of cloau hands and finger-nails. Tho boy learns to wash and peel potatoes, and to su- perintend tho baking or boiling of them. Ho also investigates tho mys- teries of toa and coffco-making, per- haps practising by "spoiling" his sister on occasional mornings. Tho second course of lessons should havo to do with preparing meats, baked, broiled, and boiled, and the making of stews and soups.' When a boy has bceomo fami...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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WHAT FOLKS DID NOT HAVE 100 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 1 April 1911

WHAT FOLKS DID NOT HAVE 100 YEARS AGO. The world has changed more in the last one hundred years than any thousand years that have gone before. In the first place, there were no canned floods <rf any kind. There were no tin cans. Neither were there any cars to bring fresh fruits and vegetables. Oranges, bananas, pineapples, grape fruit, olives, Malaga grapes, and other tropical fruits which arc so familiar to all of us were never seen in the markets of 1810. Boys and girls of that day only heard about them from travellers or read of them in books. Dinners were cooked in fireplaces. There were no ranges. There were no gas stoves; no oil stoves; no cooking stoves of any kind. House- wives had no baking-powder, no self-raising flour, no granulated su- gar, no flavouring extracts, no ground spices, no cocoa, no potted meats, no catsup, no prepared breakfast foods. All the coffee had to be roasted and ground at home. '' Housekeepers then had very few of the conveniences that th...

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

1 I Markets and Crops. o ! DEVONPORT. , F-UDAY, There .vas a m íder.ite delivery oE ' fi out les yes 1 ly deliveries by all j routes appr aching 3">0) bag». In I addition ti ni:l and rail deliveries. ; the ketch P.-><;rpiiii a rr¡ v-sd -ca lier 1 weedy trip triai Pjrt Sorell with a ' cirgi it pridace. Itiil traffic was ; 2,4fi bgs p it.it íes, 2,114 bgs oats, i 5G2 bgs peas. I-il bgs chaff, 67 bgs I turnips, and 5.1 ogs grass seed. The teams b-nght ti West Devriport 1 ,3 H Ogs oot 1; >es 4S7 bgs nts. bli , bgs pe is, 2:;.' ogs turnips, IO 3 bgs I wheat, 73 hgs chut, and U) bgs : beans. At East Devonport the de- liveries were S17 tigs pitaties, 1O1 bgs o its, 5 I iigs chaff. Business in the toilers was fairly brisk yester- day, best reds bringing up to £6. i up-to-d ites were qu Hes at .£4 t i ^4 SHEFFIED. Ur G. Atkins 0 1 reports having sold at Sheffield 10 Monday: g bic otiers eSs, 1 tl 1 3ts, ft do 4O5, 1 do 4I-S, 4 do 33s, '/slips os 6 1, 6 d 1 tils, 3 di Ss ó...

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

K.W'CY C li KIO ic r.s. co. I'Aliy K HOM ¡I VU'-Y15\U:,Y K::IYV¡ r. F >:- the six "1 > líhs e-: V ie. ' in a-v ¡I-:' lui: 1 > ! ms -»v:, - \v. .?>( <:>-e r:i . t ti i v_-e -.-il I > l ic -neil- in.- .v ; -.. i-i 1 ;i . i I i efl .: ! ll-' (.ni 'Pue p rit ri 1 i i¡; u.: i ; i Iv- fio six rarillii s'i iv. i pr vit 0'^ S I. I) i: -1 : i ? * td.' jijri TI 1er revi JU- the water s ipplv lia-; beca fail Iv g md. G niki's face iii into ie;:a lito country which ma le it liii'lic-'itt to work mi l has been cl uc l dnvn. Thc other faces are lo i'd ig .voil. Qi antity if ground w irked: f}oui.ls face .-'?),','o yards; No. t alluvi il, ii >t st.ite .l; Ño. 3 alluvial [S,70i yards; other faces, ;:uill quantities. 'I'lie plant and races ara in go ni working order. A tramline was put in al mg the warding fací j (Gould's).

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