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THE BARE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

- I THE BARE TREE. At the edge of the woods was a young Tree. It was spring time ; all the Trees were getting new leaves, but this young Tree was still as bare as in winter. The Wind, passing by.one day, heard a sad, moaning sound. He stopped to find what made it. Then he heard a voice, all teary, calling to him. "Oh, Wind, what shall I do? It is time for my leave's to come out-all the Trees round have theirs." "Every day thc men walk past with sharp axes ; they look for dead Trees to cut down for firewood. They pointed to me yesterday, and said I was dead and must bc cut down soon. "But Wind, dear Wind, I am not dead! I can feel all my little leaves inside, but I cannot bring them out. Can you help me?" Then the Wind blew up and blew down and blew this way and that way, as Winds do when they are thinking hard of where to go next. He was sorry for the bare little Tree. He had brought it in his arms when it was a baby seed, and had laid it in the soft earth, so that now he felt like ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A REMEDY FOR SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

A REMEDY FOR SPRAINS. An excellent remedy for sprains and rheumatism can be made at home as follows: Half a pint of Hie best vinegar, half an ounce of camp- hor, half an ounce of spirits of wine, one ounce of thc best turpentine, one new-laid egg. Hreak up the camphor, and put it in the spirits of wine in a bottle. Heat up the egg into the vinegar and, when the camphor is melted, add the egg and vinegar to the spirits of wine; then add the turpentine and shake it all up so that it gets thoroughly mix- ed. Cork the bottle well.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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THE VALUE OF ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

THE VALUE OF ONIONS. Onions are almost the: best ner- vine known. No medicine is so useful in cases of nervous prostra- tion, and there is nothing else that will so quickly relieve and tone up a worn-out system. Onions are useful in all cases of coughs, colds, and influenza, in consumption, in- somnia, hydrophobia, scurvy, gra- vel, kidney and liver complaints Eaten every day they soon have a clearing and whitening effect upon the complexion.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

THE CARE OF THE EYES. The effort which our eyes are called upon to make in accommo- dating themselves to the objects near at hand requires the action ol several muscles. When this effort ' is long continued these muscles be- come wearied like any others, and ',? should they not be allowed proper ; opportunity for rest they become j, seriously diseased. This fact ¡I is j. which makes it necessary to give children frequent intervals of either j recreation or eye-rest during school i hours. The lesson which calls lor j close watching or anything lil;-- ! books, ligures, the making or hann ling of small objects common in kindergarten work, should bj fol- lowed by a memory lesson or one j which only requires thc class to i look at the teacher and a distant t blackboard. If thc eyes easily become tired, anil if thc vision be blurred or the j cye-balls ache after a short time, it is highly probable that there is some serious defect, and no time f should bc lost in consulting a com- petent ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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RELIEF OF HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

- RELIEF OF HEADACHE. ? An ice-bag, which some people [?; consider the best cure for a head- j. ache, is not always a success. There \ arc severe head throbbings which are the result of neuralgia, ur at least of an incipient chill, and the indiarubber bag, ice-cold and clam my, makes the pain a great deal ¡ more unbearable. Some headaches can be cured [ most easily by very gentle massage j at Ihe back of thc neck. Only tin: | base should be rubbed, the head I being laid on a cushion, while a see- f ond person, with a light but linn i touch, massages slowly upwards J and downwards with the linger- f tips at the very back of the I neck under tho hair, very firmly ann f evenly. Another good cure lor a ; headache is said to be that of rub- ¡ bing on a mixture of alcohol and ¡ menthol. The menthol and spirits í must be in equal parts, and should ! be dabbed over the forehead, or ! where the pain is most severe. This has the effect of making the ] skin deliciously cool. In any case, powde...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

; ç: . A Suit that Suits. YOU \VILL;,GETT.IT BETTER È^ÂND~cnË7\pËR FROM"'?: W. A. Hodkinson, ; The Premier Deloraine Tailor.? , A Splendid range of new samples to choose from.| DELORAINE DISTRICT. Dentistry Notice. Mr. Alfred J. Hall, DENTIST, 1878 (LONDON). NO. in ST. JOHN STREET, LAUNCESTON, may be consulted as follows:-x na. Kimberly Walkers Hotel .'? hatutday 8th April 9-30 to 4. Deloraine doodridges Hotel Friday 31st March West, bury Berridale Hotel Thursday 30th frcm ».30 till 5 p. m. Early appointments in Chloroform, Gas ii Stopping cues can be made with the local Medical men and Chemists,_ WHERE did you get those BOOTS? THEY are all right. I got them EF-- from HARRY POWELL, WHAT name did you say! J. H. POWELL, PailvVay ßtore. Deloraine. THE STORE where you get your goods CHEAPEST andi BEST.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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PARS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

PARS Thc booths for thc Easter Monday meet at Deloraine \\ ere soldat an advance on last year. The success- ful bidders and prices were as follows:-Committee booti), Mr. Kelly ¿49 IO; Ko 1., Mr. Kelly £44; No 2., Mr. Kelly _£41. Messrs Atkinson and Hope spoke at Mole Creek on "Tuesday evening before a good audience. Mr At- kinson spolie at length on the Refer- encia giving reasons for a "No'' vote. Mr Hope spoke on general politics and announced his candidature for Legislative Council honours. In conversation with Mr Hope we gather he doubts whether Mr Murray is likely to oppose him and that he is confident of an easy victory over Mr IJartrolI should that gentleman persist in his campaign. ¡ ß

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

£1,000 £1,000 REWARD REWARD Chopping. The two Champions CHELLIS V. TERRY. £25 Aside £25 Easter Monday Morning: 10-30 a.m. IN CARROLLS PADDOCK Admission ls G. L. OSWIN, Promotor.

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Chudleigh Agricultural Society. 13th Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

Chudleigh Agricult- ural Society. 13th Annual Show.. The lath Annual Show conducted by the Chudleigh Horticultural Society tool; place on Wednesday last. Oiiginally, this Society was formed to hold exhibitions ol pro- duce, Huit, lluweis &c, in the Hall. From small I eeinniiifs the event has grown, and recently livestock has been added io the schedule. These sections nie shown in a pad- ded; kindly lent Ly Mr. W. Flowers in which thc jumping events were also conducted. Heavy iain falling during the morning prevented any large number fioni a distance flem attend- ing. The wt allier improved greatly during the day; except for ont-smart shown' aloin i' ¡ti, pm was \ery pleasant. Despile the wet morning a vet y good ciowd assemble u the gate money reaching about .¿lo. winch «as consicueu salistacioiy '1 he s oek sections apail hem horses wen net very exlrns.ve but condoning the lateness ut tue sia;on weie as good tis cou u Le ex- pected ano the quality a! the txln hiis was highl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

DEMPSTER'S " THE BEEHIVE, Launceston Offer special facilit- ies to Country Clients, every Article bought on our guarantee. Namely: Any Client having'pi:iclinked an article tliat fails to give [satisfaction please return saine immediately and u e re fund y ur monty as cheerfully as tte take it in:ni you. Satisfaction Always WE aie i. < infal'nl-le. but no <?nc can be "MU'.I .u." herewith utidesire alile purcl,a-.\ through your mistake ci' ours. Agreeable Service WE aim ti iiv.ake it pleasant for yen to l.t.y a: the HI E-HIYE. DEMPSTER'S Ltd. Launceston We Insist On cur per-ple telling the simple truth ab. t.t '.vi.at we sell. WE PAY FREIGHT On ali -KU'- ? 1 Diai cry to thc value ul an; ? vcr to yr-iif ncarcs: i aüu av fiat iii a:u: pi-11. Tl,:- ('? L s cot apply lo 1 ll!'K> ;.itic!c= - i: as Kiuniture, Cai pi t Li::' Ul ivs i St wing niacliir.es rirui'.s. VALUE GIVING II:.- bte:: tl.e I asi* i t i ur great MXCC..-. YALUK IN MYLk. \.\LIK 1X IDEALITY. YALb'K 1&...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

Wise and Otherwise. Teacher: "Give me an example of a trantparent object." Boy : *'A kcvhol-i. ' I-adv (at th*: counter) : "Whv do you etil th'is 'boys' flannel'?" Clerk; "Bec.iusc it shtinks from washing. ' "Gadsbw h; dn't been married two dav* before his wife turned her back on him." "How many hooks did it have?" . . . . . "A case of love at first sight, eh " "NJ; second sight. Thc first time he saw htr ha dion't know she was an heiress." "Jackson is the man who makes lit- tle things count." "How docs he do .it ?" "Teaches aritmetic in a kin* dergarten school." . * . « # Swellsby : "So your father asked you what you saw in me to admirer" Miss Cooley: "Oh. no! He asked me what I imagined I saw." Long": "They say, you know, that people can be killed bv kindness." Strong: "Is that whv you are to at- tentive to your wife's mother?" Wigwag: "I never knew such a fel- low as Iones; he's always looking for trouble." Ilenpeckke : "Then why doesn't he get married?" "Don't you ever get homc-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

New, Odd, Interesting. ¡ Over 3,000th. nf roso potáis ;irc US«M1 ¡ri tho manufacturo of iib. of otto of roses perfumo. Both sosos of tho African olophnnts h uv o ivory tua Us, while in Asia these aro restricted to thu males. When telegraphs wore first om ploy- ed the speed of transmission was only four to livo words 11 minuto. Fat people, ns a rule, uro less liablo to resist tho attacks of disease than persons who arc comparatively thin. Chinoso make practically no uso of pins or buttons, strings, knots, and loops being utilised in their place. Gold can bo beaten so thin that ft would take 282.000 gold leaves tn pro- duce the thickness of a single inch. Tho first Hague Poaco Conference was hold at tho Hague in ISQQ, at the instigation of tho Tsar of Russia. Tho Koh-ir-nor-diamond originally weighed nearly Soo carats, but by suc- cessive cuttings has boen reduced to 106 carats. Tho farmers of Canada aro gener- ally thrifty and prosperous. Eighty seven per cont, of them own their own ...

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THE PERFECT BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

THE PERFECT BODY. A human being should be eight times as tall as his or her head, measuring from the top of forehead to the extreme pint of chin. The head itself, when viewed in profile, should come within an exact squate, and its length from the crown of the "head to the chin should be the same as the width, taken from the tip of the nose to the back of the head. With the arms fully extended, thc correct height is represented by the measurement from finger-tip to fin- ger-tip.

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BED-TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

BED-TENT. A bcil-fcnf for use on sleeping j porches, or when on camping cxpe I dillons. In camp, one end ot the I supporting tackle is made fast to a tree trunk, and at the other end to a supporting pole, which, in turn, is held upright by pulley blocks and tackle engaging with a second tree trunk.

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CONCERNING LIQUEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

CONCERNING LIQUEURS. Cognac, which gives its name to several kinds of grape eau-de-vie, is a small town in the department of the Charente, and Cognac brandy, like Tokay, only gains honour with age. It is distilled from wine, but as the youngest wine makes the best brandy, distillation takes place shortly after thc vintage takes place. It requires fifty years for a really good Cognac to arrive at its proper state for drinking, says a writer in the "Pall Mall Gazette, but such liqueur when seventy or a hundred years old is at its very' best. Thc cherry harvest in Da'matia is one of the most picturesque prelim- inaries to thc making of Maras- chino. Pulped wild cherries go to the making of this 'delicious liqu- eur, whilst honey is added as a sweetening medium ; Kirschwasscr is made from the wild black gean of the Mack Forest, and kohls a taste which suggests the romantic region of its birth. Anaconda brandy is made chiefly from oranges, its name being derived from the yacht on which t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

PIANOS, -JBrincismead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Steinmayer, ORGANS BY Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances 01 old Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENTS PINDI AY^> Tne Pian<> People, r inukH i w. George-st Launce; iceston. W- Harvey, Flour JVliller, $av\/, Plaining and JV1 o u ld i ng Mill? Etc. BE<T U-'M.r- Kt.niTK. <M » li PS POLLARD II lt AX, "ATMBA.L ! ri .) \TS A 1) LL M!LI. I' LIN'R- Al' Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. li il-riv-í 11. » V . . AT CUtillt-JXT It ATMS. Ti MUK ni-r I' . 'RDKn -K VS iNBD BOA III)-*, '' & a. FLOOIl IX<{ & ?."\>;|>< SVWV I, V TU 3. PAMN'OS A.VD FUXCING Ult II 11'I-: lt-: vi.WAV OX HAND New and Second hand Furniture for sale Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at The Mart Deloraine. J. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. If you are about to Build or make addit...

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A Complete Story. A MAN'S WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

A Complete Story. -* A MAN'S WORD. (By Florence Hope.) "You won't get an acceptance from Ralph Churton, so don't ex- pect it," said the tall girl in a mon- strous hat and skin-tight gown. "He never goes to dances unless there is some particular reason for him to be there, yet he is a div- ine dancer, and knows just how to hold his partner and to avoid col- lisions." "Ile will come to my coining-nut ball, any way ; he ti hi me he wooli!." was tile confident reply from the oilier girl, whose eyes shone and cheeks Hushed at the name of the man to whom already she had al- most unknown to herself given her heart. Cordelia Rawson laughed mock- ingly, as she drew a long suede glove over a slim white hand. "Letters." remarked Alison Venn, as a parlourmaid handed her young mistress Hie salver, bearing a couple of letters. "ICxcuse me, Cordelia," as, with a deeper colour stealing into lier face, and a slight tremor of the pretty lips, she tore open thc one she knew was from Ralph Churton, who...

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THE TIN ROOSTER ON THE BARN. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

i THE TIN ROOSTER ON THE ;| BARN. :| Hie little White Men had told the Bantam Rooster that the Tin Roos r ter on thc top of thc barn was able 4 to crow louder than the little fellow, i, and it had worried the Bantam so - * he decided to go up to the barn and .??<; see what the Tin Rooster was really , like . J He climbed and climbed until fin ! ally he was so near the Tin fellow . ;t that he could almost see his eyes, ::T although they were on the other ' side from where the Bantam was . standing. ' I say, there, you Rooster, I . > should like to hear you crow," said ? the Bantam. Hut the Tin Rooster , only turned round and looked at the little fellow, as much as te» say, "I \: am very busy telling which way the -.. wind is blowing, and I should ap . ' precinte it if ycu would go away and >- let me alone, for 1 have a lot of - business to attend to.*' Aren't you going to speak to mc . even?" asked thc Bantam Rooster. 1 he Tin Rooster said nut a word, but looked as w...

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Markets and Crops. LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

Markets and Crops. [LATROBE. Flt I DAY, Deliveries ot produce of Wednesday and yesterday were fair, consisting of 1,501 bags chaff, 972 tags potatoes, 276 bag* oats, 25 bags peas and 310 bales straw. i'rime reds were bought at Chaff was easy at 50s; other pnces as before. DEVONPORT. "J he deli vcr it s d'potatoes yesterday were larger than they have Leen kr thc past fojt nijjii th« total runil i-r ef beys coming into East and West Devonport being 4,963., Thc estimated deliveries tor this «eek are between io c*. il thousand bags. ïne deliveries by rail yesterday were 3,000 bags potatoes 1,133 baps oats, £t) tags peas, 127 bags turnips, bo bgs wheat, 24 bgs barley, and 23 bgs grass- i seeds. 'Jhe teams brought into West Devon- J port 1,363 bgs potatoes, 631 bgs oats, I45 bgs peas, 169 Lgs chaff, and $4 bgs turnips. De«' liveries of pontoes at East Devonport were ¡seo bgs. Potatoes which on Wednesday were bring- ing j£. t- a ton, were down to¿¿5r5s yesterday, the \Liy special lots only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 8 April 1911

Popular Column COME and get your Easter suit made by first class workmen at J. P, Sheehan's, We niabe a spec- iality of Ladies Work. Co/o Han- nah, The Sluicman, WANTED Good General or j( imp gill wil'ii.c lo learn no vî.ï-hit'g 1 aWng ? i cb'ii y voil;. Mrs 111 (.INAI 1J Oltb'IH!, ..Wc odlai.oV' Lemana Junction. I MEANDER ELECTION. i WILLIAM HARTNOLL Viii ai'di t»» the Lcj ¡slatiye Co"n I eil eli cte «r?. ai il 11 siclc-i.tt- ol Delnr j aine on Monday 1 Oth April at 8 p.m. In the TOWN HALL. REFERENDA.|¡ Mr J. Best, IVS.H.A. WILL A DDR ESS ELECTORS AT Brookhead"/..; Monday 1 Oth 8 p.m. Mr E. MULCAHY M.H.A. PE LORA IKE-Moncav loth «p.m. WESTBURY-Tuesday nth 8pm. (Authorized by J. HEb'i. Deloraine.) £ NOTICE Í £ Hn\inj, acain secuicd the Agency ii om ; ¡A. |> ¡J;. E. T. CLEMENTS Co., Devonport I wish to notify the public that I intend buying all kinds of produce at highest market pi ices. I also have the agency for thc following lines. ¿J I McComiick's Haivtstiog Machin- ery, C...

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