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FAREWELL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
FAREWELL CONCERT logóte ut . lie h"»vj thunderstorm whi&lt;*h iKCtiiei on Wdne^daj ereoirip, a [all hou?e greeted the | roruotí-r? M the farewell concert to Xl ss Winnie M&lt;l!er. The programme was a good one every item riceivingr ac encore. Miss Milter d*lii(hted tier andience, and responded to numerous recalls in the lighter numbers such as ' Butterflies' and '1T-I«DC1 of Dreams', the beautiful quality of her voice was apparent to er^-rY^n'', bat in ''Picolomirii's beautiful dramatic compositicn 'üra Pro Nobis" she dis jilajei dram-tc f uwer and sweetness eont'jiricd. wti ch is pare to win furn*- for her in her fritare career. MUa Vida Alexander contributed two recitations and bad to respond io an encore each time. This clearer young lady who is a Hobartonim also act-»d as acnompan'sta part of tba evening. Mi is Fitzpatrick fil I in er the other p&lt;trt. Mr E. Kian etng'T'iin B iwlin^" "fith SQB efl wt, hÍ9 yjica beiai lai'eI tj th's c'iss ot singing. Siv...
I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
I.O.O.F. On Friday evening last Novemlv r nth a special meeting of tlc Past Grands was held iii the lodge room of the Loyal Pride of the West I.O.O F. M.U. to confère the Purple Deg- ree on six merni ers P.G. R Maxwell. G. Winch, E. Murry, H. Winter, P Fleming, B. Cameron. The lec- ture was conducted by P.P.G M. W. D. Davis assisted by P G. J. Cass The P. Grands thanked the officers for the trouble they had taken in giving thc Lecture and thc Lecture ing Officers suitably responded. lt is hoped that another Lecture will be given at an early date when several members will take the Deg- ree. Thus showing the interest taken in the oldest lodge in the dis- trict with a membership of 226.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
LOCAL AND GENERAL. By request, the local Municipal Inspector has consented to supply our leadeis with a copy ol his report ou Fruit Pests- Regulations and reci.mmendations. The repoit deals with-"Codlin Sloth," "Bia USpot," "Pear or Cherry Slug,"''Mussel Seal," "Shot Hole," Peach Leaf Cut!," "Powdery Mildew of the apple," "luscticide and Fungicide Mixtuies" 'Regulations" and "Geneial Infor- mait n" The repoit will appear in live sections the first of winch will be found in the other section in the ii ext issue of tl is paper. The tourist season is now com- mencing, and indications point to its l ein a succesfull one. Each fear a ci nsidernble numder if tourists visit the district, and this year prom- ises to hiing us the customary in llux. Th I otels and boarding houses are prepaiing for a good season, and others intel eeted in the tourist traffic a: e endeavouriiiK to obtain their share of tl e advantages derived thereby. At this juncture the proposed preparations nf a new Guide B'...
Children's Column: [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
: Children's Column : Theie was once a very vain boy called "Phaeton." He lived in those eat ly clays when the wot Ul was young and tor his father he had no otlici personage than the God of the Sun Of com se, this was enough to make any-body a little proud, but ceitaiidy not as vain ns Phaeton became. The Goddess of Ucarty honoied him willi her altuition too giving him one &lt; I her temples to take care of, and this quite spoilt the youth and made him so overbearing and conceited that he became quite a nuisance. Even his friends almost ceased caring for him and lots of people disliked him veiy much indeed. At last one boy who couldn't bear to see his haughty overbearing manner, determined to try and check him. So he told Phaeton that he had really nothing to be proud of at all. He was just a mortal like the rest of then), certainly no better and very probable}' worse. Them Phaeton got very angry indeed, and said that certainly he wes bet er than anyone, for was he not the S...
Baptist Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Baptist Anniversary. Tlie Anniversary services of Hie Baptist Sunday School were held on Sunday last in thc Tabern- acle, when Iîev Dunkley officiated at all Hin e services The attend- ances wei e very good, and the col- lections fail ly satisfactory. At the aft moon service the preacher drew some very interesting lebsons from a selection of watches. Pastor Fisher distributed the prize*, which were a very nice selection of books. At the Evening service the text was chosen fi mn Matthew xviii, 2. ; "And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the nvdst." The preacher drew attention to the following points. When Jesus set the child in the midst, lie set him in the place of peri I, and also in the place of protection. To-day our polititiotis recognise the child is in the central position, as the contro- versies over Educational matters prove. The Roman Catholic chinch recognises thisby the iffor s it puts forth to instruct the children and by the extention of its own schoo...
Much and Nothing Much. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Much and Nothing Much. I llave been studying politics lately, but don't seem to see much sense in ll e way they goat things nowadays I noticed Premier Lewis brought ni a new Land Tax and a line hand- some Income Tax the other day He was going to make a man pay in- come (axon the value of his house if he owned it, hut tie Labour party :uid one or two more injected, lt seems to me I would like to own the house and pay the tax-the tax is cheaper than tent anyway-Hut I see Lewis gave way, and I suppose lie thought any old sort of a tax ?would do as long as it was a tax, and it dont bo to be too disagree- able about a lot of trilles T'ho-e chaps in the Lords have got some gi eat ideas. Fancy Charlie Davies finding out that men should be paid extra for overtime, and women and girls should not. The poor men at e s i delicate, not like those great strong female people. Yes, Charlie, these girls can work overtime, so they can. Let them work twenty lour hours a day; or better still. like the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
DON STORES R. P. FURMAGE, Deloraine. A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL. This is OÛT 22nd. year. Many persons who began trading with us in the beginning, are still our customers. We also enjoy the patron- age of the second generation-the children of our pioneer cvstomers. Ocr idea is to give every customer a square deal. No trickery, decept- ion or trashy goods; honest methods and honest goods only, We have built up a big trade on value. Our Xmas Fair is Now On We are offering very special bargains in all Ddpartments. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, MILLINERY, BOOTS, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, FURNITURE, FANCY GOODS TOYS, ETC., FOR CIRLS AND BOYS.
Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
. . Correspondence . . (This paper is pleased at all times ta receive and publish correspondence, but our readers will understand that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the of linons exprès;; ! therein-Editor.) Land Tax Tn TffB EDITOR OF TUB Aovfturtssa Dunn ila. lu c3:inec:ioii with the Federal laud tax JUS W juders to what extent ic is likely to ba effective Í i: cluer settlement purpjses. Tue valuable ty sites cannot ba cut up, and big ire is of sheep land west of Bourke lu I other cl-oaghty ci mtry wju't be, became sal ill men dont wan't it. ? ne thing the big tax nt ly do is tj swamp the market and cheapen land for a time. A few ligures will show the present position in Victoria ot estates over 640 acres: 641 to IODO acres 4002 estates loo i to -500 acres 3728 estates over 2^00 acres 1O05 estates Total SSJ.S estates Willi the present tax it is verv doubtful wli i- will happen, hat it appears likely that if the reilly decent sized est ates are cut up the Wggest part ...
Sheffield News [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Sheffield News [ Obituary.- The remains cf the late Mr Percy E. Ford were intel red in the Sheffield cemetery on Sunday The funeral was headed by the members of the Druids' and Odd- fellows' Lodges, and both Lodges [ were well represented, while relat- \ ions and friends from all parts were in attendance. The funeral was one í of the largest witnessed here for a ; long time past. Hie decased was a J member of the Druids Lodge for \ a number of years, and always took Í a prominent part in its affaiis. I Railton News \ A Child's Dentil.-The inquest OM tba ii child ef Mr. Bellchnmbe'B wa? Wei en I Fr:d»y by Coroner Bontwiglit. A . ? verdic t was leturned of death hy con- ¡ vnUions. The lunrn.1 took pla'e orr j Saturday, tl e Rev. W. Hcgo of:, ia- « ting. I Ten Meeting - Th» Metlmdi't i-« f meeting was held in tl e church grounds on Munday, and a large crowd &lt;; assembled. The youngsters seemed to E= enjoy th'-niselves tlieronghly tinder thí I: manniement of tho new superinten...
Algernon's Love Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Algernon's Love Affair, j By Llewellyn Thurston. j Algertou Bayford contentedly until- ed aa, reconstructing na elegant wave lu his nair, he stepped backwards the bolter to criticise its mirrored ef- fect. "Al." ho muttered reflectively. "It ought to do a treat. If Vincent plays tho game properly I should net the damsel. What ure the use of good looks and a distinguished appearance, if I um to draw a blank in this mar- riage lottery?" Algerton paused, ar- ranged his tie with Immaculate care, then added, "Wonder who the new ar- rivals aro? Cheertul it would bo it Carsou-Urown picked out .Margate for a holiday. Just my luck if Ire did. People say that when tho old sinner ls tired of bleeding luckless boggaiB like myself under the pressure of his money-lending heel, he comes to Peg well Bay to recoup. His last letter, thank Heaven, proves him to be In London, and-tut! tut!-lu such a naughty temper, too, If one may cre- dit lils epistolary eccentricities." Slipping Into his evening suit...
CARE OF THE CONVALESCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
CARE OF THE CONVALESCENT. Tho care of tho convalescent is as important as the nursing of the very sick. Every woman should under- stand how to look after a patient who ls recovering from a severe illness, for sickness is a thing that is bound to come-into her life at some time or other. Now to the duties of the nurse. The patient should not be encouraged to think that ho or she is too well, but tho nurse should do all alie can to en- courage nn atmosphere of lazy con- tent. This Ms -'olten rather dlffloult,' and needs much tact and thoughti'«»' lits of depression may occur owing to thc .weariness ¡Qui lnngor thU. always follow An illness. This atmosphere of leisure, ls the secret ot a. successful rocovcry, and tho nurso cnn further, this, a. great deal by apparently tak- ing, things easy herself. Another difficulty which often arises is getting the patient to take, sufficient nourishment. /This may call.. for a vast amount of patience. In most cases, however, thought nnd tact will a...
H. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
There was a sound of footsteps on the stairs, and Dick Hartnell looked up from the black and whlto work lie was doing for a magazine. An Irre- solute tap at the door was followed hy his Invitation to "Come tn." He sprang to his feet on catching sight of his visitor. "You, dad!" he cried in surprise. "Yes, I, my boy!" replied tho father, crossing the room with long strides, nnd taking his son's hand in a firm grip. "I want you to come-home." "To come home?" bo repeated In- credulously. "Do you mean that you are willing to overlook the past and take me back?" "That's lt, lad. Get someone to finish that work. If you can. I should like you to come with me now-it ls very urgent." David Hartnell sat down to the table when hi3 son had gone, and hur- riedly penned a letter. It ran "Dear Brother.-I have had my eyes suddenly nnd providentially opened u> my harsh and unkind treatment of those around me. Some time ago you applied to me for assistance, which I reiuBed. I very much regret that...
HIS HOUSE IN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
H|S HOUSE IN ORDER. By Walter W. Warner. I "I supposa you want to know the truth?" asked Slr John Manon of his visitor. David Hartnell was struck by the gravity of tho specialist's tono. "Yes; I want to know that," ho an- swered, regarding him keenly. "Well, I am afraid," was the slow- ly spoken . verdict, "that I must ad- viso you to bo prepared for tue worst." "Ahl How long do you give mo?" "Not many days-not moro than throe-perhaps less. You eeo. tlio symptoms are developing with startl- ing rapidity, and In taco of that I should imagine tho crisis will bo reached almost at once." "And .you elvo mo-no hopo?" groaned Hartnell, moistening his parched lips. "I am sorry I cannot do so," said tho doctor feelingly, with averted face. "There ls every Indication that tho vital hour will bo the twelfth from tho accident." "So soon as that?" "I fear BO. And It ls my duty to advise you to put your bouso In order." "And can you do nothing for rn«; nothing?" Sir John Mason sat down and wrote ...
Deloraine Council [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Deloraine Gouncil The monthly mering of the local Commit was hehl on Tuesday last, t ,e Warden Councillor R. Simmons a id all the Councillors being in at- tendance, The Warden rep n ted that since the last meedng the auditor' had been through the boolcs of the coun- cil and considered them very satis- factory. He also reported that the Committee for die sale yards and had not been able to meet, but they would do so as soon as possible, A discussion took place on the state of the Rubicon bridge, and it was decided to write to thc dep.irt ment in the matter. The warden said tbcie was a dan- gerous culvelun the road to Golden Valley that should bc fenced, It was decided lo leave the matter in fie hands of the M ea ml sr Ward Councilors C. n. Hartley wrote drawing at- tention to the rubbish growing on the side of the road near High Plains. Ile wished it cut away, as he » ¡shed to fence, lt was decided to accede to the request The Methodist Sunday School was granted thc use of tile recre...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Cricket. Tho Northern Tasmania Criiket L*ag'ir,-he junior cricketers rep-esetit "ititv, sent i te.un ont to W --t^ury on M >nday, where they mot the West- bury association team. The. Litter hedy bas re ci ily Kcnted some valuable ac- cessens. T. Fern erly of D I ra¡n.', and the Fi zpitn k ainily noni Derby hav- ing lecectly fette eil nt Weed nry. Tho result UM? an rney «in for the heal p'ayers. Th" r s were as follows: X. T. C. League Fisher 2*; Harnes 2; F. Iieid 0 Thoma? 5: &lt; >'liri n 2«: J. Ri-i-l 2."); not ou ; Smith 5; Sloore 10; Briscoe 5; Glover ;i, l'e .nefnther n ; Sundries 4.; totnl US. Bowl nu-If cz !w nv', fiv« 'or 58 j French two 2^: ''ndcoek two for 18, WEST MORL A Xl» A SS' KTATION Fr neh lol; W-.rfoii li); Ueazelwo ..1 2-2: -Monis 52; J. Ki z,..trick il; Droite 10; Scott 3; \\". Fi'zparick 5; A, Janies 8; M. Jam s 7; llndcick tl. nut ont; Sundries Sj, to'sl ¿75 Bowling-G Petinef'liier liv« for SO O'Brieu three Tor 3O; II. R-id ene for 2_3!_
Egg Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 19 November 1910
Egg Laying Competition. The rfs'il 1 f ih« Tnjni &lt;. i.n ein: Wy ÍDÍ; competí inna ï»r laal mont*» are t > h«nd. Th» r----lt- ii r hr fi at six mon bs &lt;?[ f" «" r ur» l.iijlily »aiisfacl o'', thu belt re-11 t* sp-t'i-rt«le are No. f ,r T..tal. Mimth. Mr B. H. Wit-'», Lmnc Pt- ii (WL) 141 fi"6 Mr O, H O'.'- n Karo» Win I67 786 Mr F C. 'lo r-.p R .'inn R.ml (11.0.) 145 75y Mr O ll Ol m Karaola 161 7^7 Mr W. T. St-rona B»n'ah rS W) 724 Mr C. W CaW, Lmncpsi n fW L.) 161 71S Th« fn'lowini "ihi~r pen* tom ld 161) or ov*r f..r tlie inonih:-Ea;t Lan-re-!on IVultrv ya'cl« (W.L ) lui'; B'ÍL'?S «nd »nD (S 0 ll.I«.) 160; (}. G'íhmirnr (W.L..) 162: Mrs L Wil linn l\V I.! 160.