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SCOUTING GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

SCOUTING G AM KS Tho boys who liko Xiaro and hounds, I-spy, and such outdoor gamos of quick wit and agilo muscio, aro pretty suro to find something worth trying in these two gamos » used by General Badon-Po well's Boy I Scouts, and called scouting games. J Door-stalking calls for alertness, 't eloso observation, and tho same abili I ties as woodcraft. The "door" (ono f of tho boys) takes up a position in f tho middle of a picco of as rough f country as is at hand, and tho other Í players, starting 100 or 200 yards ! away, stalk him, creeping from.lroo i to rock and from rock to bush as ; silently and invisibly as possible, i Tho deer docs not hide, but stands, f moving about occasionally, as tho [ real animal might do in feeding, and I keeps a watchful oyo out for his I hunters. When he detects a boy, ho i call» to him to stand up, as having I failod. At tho end of half an hour I timo is called. All tho hunters stand f. up, and tho one wdio has como near I est tho ticer undiscovered...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TONGUE IN DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

TUB TONGUE IN DISEASE. Ono of our medical contemporánea ubttrs that different complaints aro indicated hy tho condition of tho tongue, aa follows:-A while-coated tonguo indicates fohrilo disturbance; a brown, moist tonguo indicates dis- ordered digestion or overloaded prima; vire ; a brown, dry tongue indicates doprossod vitality, aa in typhoid conditions and blood-poison- ing; a rod, moist tongue indicates de- bility, as from exhausting discharg- es; a rod, dry tonguo indicates py rcxia, or any inflammatory fever; a "strawberry tonguo, with prominent papilla?, indicates scarlot fever or rothcln ; a red, glazed tonguo indi- cates debility, with want of assimi- lative power of digestion ; a tremu- lous, flabby tongue indicates deli- rium tremens ; hesitancy in protrud- ing tho tonguo indicates concussion of- the brain ; protrusion at one sido indicates paralysis of tho muscles of that side. A laugh to bo""joyouj must flow from a joyous heart, for without, kindness there can be no tru...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PAKKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

i I'AhlvHAM. On TiiL-d-i t.e i.ing Vi J-i a: i.ejt M.H.A. i i i ned l.is |. cd I ut lice. Uwiio. .?. ile hui ii «.ie uns only a sinai audience, ; t ut twenty being in. s -nt He sp .eat a inc lenght, in « a £? st: i gly ag .inst the Keti i c. cu ^»«.(.«.sa . His . «.nia ks were tee . \. d with u ni ion and the | oints hu ught fiwaid inipiesscd his hea' rs will the I" p. rtaute ( t the>i.b;cet Parkham i . i.«-i.i the plpces w e l will recottl an einpl.at c "No 01. A, il 26th.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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TURF. Deloraine Club. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

TURF. Deloraine Club. j Tlie hll'in'in» nre the resu'ts öi Monda, a races: Handicap Hurdle Of '15 s "ivs; seou l horse, ló s n-s: third h irse. 5 sovs. from ttie stake Ab mt one mile and a half. .Vi!»-J. V. Gibson's ch g Darracq liv Arsenal-Cerise, aged 9 7. (Wil- liamson) . I 373 -Mrs T. Wallers ch g Sea Ur- chin, 4>'''«. 9. " (Morton). - I 00-T. J. Donelly and J. Maddern's I b g Avenge, ó yrs, y.u fKelley 3 Other starters-iy'2-Alcoy, il. le (Pearce); 293-Waterloo, JO. 3. (Rinse); 4'2-Eft, 10.0 (Hingston); ?I4-Iona, 9.li, (McIntyre); 47-Se milca, Ö.10 (Morp'ietti; 2I7-B ir 1 muth.i, 9.7 (Nicholls); 8 -doti, «j ' i Pever); 35-Moni, y u ÍÜ ag <; 4I - Wilmot 9 0, 1 Woods): 0-Saund- ridge, 9.0 (Smith i. Trial ^Handicap Of 113 s JV -, ;e-'ind horse, losovs; and third horse .i.e s ivs. from the stake One mile. 52-W. I. Sutherw ods b g Icicle, by L ard G i- -o .v-Zero, óyrs, 7.10, I Danu i. 1 127 - W. vVilïi.i ns' blk t N inna i ICing 4V1S, 7.7 ( D >v el. J .-'4'i - li. C...

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 — 22 April 1911

BktjNSMÈÀÔ PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, [¡Stein m ayr, OS3JVNS 8Y Mason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old-'Pianos in exchange EASY TERMS WRITE FOR CATALOGUES SOLE AGENT EH IM DI AYQ> Tne Piano People, ? ? Geo rere-st Launceston W. Harvey, Flour jVliller, 3av\/, Plaiding and JVloulding M ¡I Iß Etc. BE T R »hijV.lt FLOUR. -Ut VRP3. POLLARD, Ii i VN, OAIWH'.VL n ' 11. L i; ! i OVTS AND \i,t, Mt LLB o IAXR* AI' Lowest Prices. Quality Guaranteed. (iüHl'IV'i li IN'.-: AT (.'U ti li K NT I' lt AT H.S. Ti\i!ii-:'¡ mir r 1 -m^'t S'O vi tT^o a-y vans, T & 0 VL-vfx isn fi, w. ao.vnix svw\' I.SMS PALIM-JS ANTH tuisrcttfa iHi-i'ipi-::;s AI.w.vv ON nvxn. New and Second hand Furniture forsaJe Surplus Furniture and Machinery bought or Exchanged at ' The Mart Deloraine. J. Watts Builder Contractor and Undertaker. you are about to Build or make additions to your dwelling have a chat with J. Watts Deloraine ...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

Wise and Otherwise. De Quiz: "Brczy is a splendid talk- er, isn't he?" De Whiz: "One af the finest I ever escaped from." "I wonder what causes the Hight of time," echoed the maid. "It is pro- bably urged on by the spur of the moment," rejoined the brilliant young man. "You think Jinks is a better con- versationalist than Smith ? Why, neither one of them ever says any thing sensible. "I know but it takes Smith longer to say it. Fond Mother: "And was my ItuJc b'y smart at school to-day?" Little Boy (sadly): "My teacher didn't say I was mamma, but he made mc smart before I left." . . . . . "Yes, he's very dark. You see. one of his parents was Spanish and thc other American." "And on which side is Iiis Spanish blood?" "On the inside, of course." . *«... Brown: "Where are you going this evening. Jones?" Jones: "My move- ments will be uncertain old fellow." Brown: "Oh, going to try roller-skat- ing again, are you ?" . . . . . ¡ Algy: "Perhaps you are right, Miss Tartun, but sometimes I ca...

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 — 22 April 1911

iNew, Odd, Interesting, j Sugar alone will sustain life for a considerable time. Prior to 1820 all women's shoes were made without heels. Except on thc coast there are. no ^ inns or hotels in Morocco. I Only i out of every 15 persons fías both eyes in good condition. A meteor whose weight is estimated at fifty tons, recently fell in Mexico. Out of 1000 German families, 173 keep servants, as against 207 in Eng- land. The average length of life among Paris-born families is twenty-eight years and one month. Acetylene torches for use in cases of dense fog have been supplied to the police-stations of Paris. Scales for weighing diamonds are so accurately poised that an eyelash will turn the balance. The mills of thc United States every year export more flour than all the rest of the mills in the world produce. The Jordan is thc most crooked river known, measuring two hundred and thirteen miles in a distance of sixty miles. Henry the Second of France was thc first man to wear a pair of sil...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
INFLAMED GUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

INFLAMED GUMS. If tho tooth aro washed twico daily with thc occasional help of some good disinfectant tooth powder, in- flammation of tho gums will rarely occur. When it has actually set in, any matter botwecn tho tooth and gum should bo pressed ont, all tar- tar removed from tho teeth, and the following mouth wash used frequent- ly:-Two drachms of chlorate of potash, 5 dr. of glycerine of borax, and water to make 10 ozs. Hero is another useful mouth wash which is both soothing and antiseptic: - Half a drachm of salicylic acid, 3 dr. "f rect ified spirit, and camphor waler i to mako 8 ozs.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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A Complete Story. THE INDIAN SWORD [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

A Complete Story. THE INDIAN SWORD (By Agno9 Blundell.) I It was a fine sword, with jewelled hilt and handsomely chased blade. "It's a queer sword, too," said Major Mahon as he laid it on tho table. "It cania from the hills yon- der, and it has sonic of the Indian dovihgcnt in it 1 believe." I looted at him enquiringly, and said : "Thcro's a story ?" Ho nodded. Tho uight was wild, with a strong wind blowing high up, and it was weird to hear it rushing and roaring in tho heavens, while the sheltered trees and bushes in the low of the wall hardly stir- red. The Major sat with tho sword across his knees, glaring at it re- flectively. "This was poor Martin's," said he. "You didn't know him, did you J" "No," I replied, and added: "He left it to you, I suppose, wdicn he died?" "No, ho sont it home, but it carno back to mo all tho same." "His family gave it to you?" Curiosity prompted mo to pursue my quories. "Not that oithor," said Mahon. "It is a queer story. I'll tell lt you. This sword...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Health in the Home BAD BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

Health in the Home BAD BREATH. Perhaps tho most froquont cause of ill-smolling breath is somo acute or chronic disorder of tho stomach. In all such cases an aperient should bo talton, and great caro must bo paid to the diet, so as to rostoro tho stomach lo health. Sometimes this very offensivo condition , is due to neglected tooth, in and between which food accumulates, and then fórmenla and decomposes. If any tooth bo in process of docay, they also contribute to tho unpleasant smell produced, and in tho holes of tho carious tooth food and salivary secretions accumulate, and help tn the work of destruction. Such tooth should ho slopped at once, or, if too far decayed, they ought to bo ex tractcd, and twico a day at least ovoryono should thoroughly cleanso tho teeth by means of a slid tooth- brush and a little powdered charcoal or precipitated chalk.

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 — 22 April 1911

Local & Gçnçral Considerable discontent was expressed by press nen at the way in whi :h thc Deloraine Turf Club catered for theni on Monday inst. Til'? custom has Deea for che reportara tj hare access to the weighing enclosure and to copy from the book used by the clerk o[ the se iles. This seems to be a general custom in Tasmania. On this occasio.i they itero ejejtid. by the eiub official' and wore supplied with lists which proved un- satisfactory.j The chopping eintest between John Terry of Scottsdale and Walter Chellis of Mean 1er for £?_'ï vs i le was h»ld be- fore a gool crjwd on Monday morning. Che event was held iu Carroll's paddock. .Vt trio wor I go bith men got off the ¡nark to an even start ani the event was closely eontistad through. Tho victory eventually went to Terry who downed Iiis block twj bl i vs ia alvanceof Chellis. The time (33.see) was rather slow for i g> .iet,veon|jtwo reuguisel first :.as* men. ..Tl On Suuday last a big tree was lying . nero-, to...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Easter Handicap [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

I Eîster Handicap >)< I là s JVS; sec on .i a i j;, 10 s ivs; third h irse 5 sovs, in ii the stake .?.ix lurlúiigs id-A, Piiikàrd's br m Amelia, by Ar-hurst-Elusis, 4>'rs, fl t (.Haines) 1 i'Jú-0. A. H Yo ni's hr c Riot, 3yrs -.'> lAlctrr).2 333-Thir ell B'os' ch c Carman, 4 yrs tl 0 graham). 3 Time, limn 17sec;. Totalisator - I IM ie---Ol 011; dividends, £'.) os a .d'i'is Outside-(d7»j<»i; divi- de.1 ls, fl J Isa ill 7s.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE RAIN TREE A NATURAL MARVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

THE RAIN TREE A NATURAL MARVEL. According to n writer in "España Moderna," Peru is wonderfully on dowed by naturo with useful plants and trees; it is the homo of tho tree called by tho Indians "Tamaicaspi," or tho "rain tree." This is a thick,« leafy tree, en- dowed with the singular property of condensing the watery vapour sus- pended in tho atmosphere and re- turning it in continuous and copi- ous rain to such an extent that un- derneath tho troo tho water is.de- posited in largo quantities. It is surprising to find that, in tho dry season, whon tho rivers aro low and tho heat greatest, tho quantity of condensed vapour reaches its maxi- mum ; at that timo tho water is pre- cipitated all over tho ground, fall- ing in the shape of rain from tho abundant foliage and trickling down I tho thick trunk. Tho water coming from this won- derful tree runs over tho land liles i tiny streams, partly filtering into tho ground and fertilising it. If these streams wore collected by ? moans.of dit...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Municipal Election [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 22 April 1911

Municipal Election I 1:0: i ! There is much interest being     taken in the local Council election         Tue only c viteste-.l seat is I.ir the central war i, where Me<svs | math.» i Best U HA anl llich ir J "Le.inyd are nominated (or the vacancy. lu the other wards the tollo.viug gen- tlemen have hen returned. Chud- leigh Ur G- L. Fo.vers (re-elected) High Plains, Ur P ll Everett ¡rc elecod. Mei,ide.-, Messrs C J L.. Smith (re-elected and .fohn Warner Midhurst, Mr M. Griffen, rc elec- ted.

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 — 29 April 1911

CL EBBING ¡sALE-, LiELOBAINE. \\EIMM A ") , 5¡c J" AV. m. T BELL AND' CO., LTD, VV . have I ctn favoured with in- structions hum Messrs Hancock bros., who are leaving; Hie state, to sell by public auction, on the farm; as above, at ll o'clock sharp, the whole of the steel , implements, tra- duce', fuinilnie, and sundries, com I ris.it gt - S MT'K P. 14 4 and 6 tooth pure Leicester ewes e/' F. M. p::te Leicester ewes 45 pine Lticestv 1 ewe lambs 40 4-trrih Lei< esici cre ss ewes J5 o lo E. M. Lcicc.-tercioss ewes 12 ci« ssbied InivK. Lt-¡ci slt-r ian.s i S, D ran. '! liefe au- all ¡high class sheep ano in high conditi >n. F< T i-ES. 5 tiaeghls ] tay maie by champion, in foal to Hoynl 1 en I gi ey marc by Coining King 1 grey mare l y toyal King Voiun: Chamberlain and foal at toot by Colin 1 bay ma' e by Royal King 1 bay gelding by 'trafalgar King ; H ¿i ll boises Ï bay gelding, by Glen Esk 1 grey gelding I y Mozart 1 b ack pony AU tl en.i.gi,iv re'iable? and g...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Referenda [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 April 1911

Referenda1 Tlie greaLcon'csl over lix liefer eucla pu.posais, lias taken place, and tlie verdict of the {.rtat Australian public Iras'been reioidcd. In the main, it lias tx err a Mining for mas tory between the Liberal and Labor parlies yet there has I ecu other in- fluences at work which drew the contest off strict party lines. By gioupi g four issues seme thought lite Labor was striving to cany the whole issue by securing the big ci» il service vole, w hich had a special inten st in one issue being carried Il so, the scheme proved to have a boomerang effect, for it resulted in many possit ly thousands, \\ ho would have voted "Ves" on one, two or even ihn e proposals, ravine: a solid "Nu'' again, many took the broad view, that it was only rhe maltet- of thc besi business, as to .vhethcr State or Commonwealth should use the specified power. lu all t lie States the question of Feckration Ol- li nilicati m came up, and in N,S W. many piominent Labor leaders were out o' sympathy. In Ta...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Referenda COUNTING THE VOTES [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 April 1911

Referenda COUNTING THE VOTES Die nicthcd ndcpted of¡ conting the votes under the Federal electoral system is most interesting differing so widely as it frcm that usually a dopted. There arelktce classes of voles-pestai aHent and ordiraiy. The postal vote is recorded priet to polling day on the specified fri m and sent Ly post reaching the Re turning officer ne t later than pelling day. The absent vole is mc fit cn by a pt ison voting outside bis ow n district and is fem en later. Hit ct dinary vete ls that of anyone voting in the i tdinaty way in his own. This time there were two I etti-i euria and the lits! weil, dent is tc iori cut thebltie (Legislative Fovc-i) papéis from the buffs (Mcnope lies As the V ni ii it" h.Nts allier at 'hr aj pointed ci t ti es ll is weil ii- IM ried eut. Erich division, as Hie El- ectorates are teimed is divided in- to sui-divisions v\ 1 : it li aie til the head ol several polling bretts, counting is dtvie at the small l ei tbs the boxes behn; blt ligh...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 April 1911

TOWN tl A LL, TOWN HALL Deloraine, Wednesday night, ..nd every Wednesday night CARTWRIGHTS' PHHTO PICTURE PLAYS. A B. The home of the A.B. The worlds best pictures. [Front Chairs i* Cd. Back is. Children half price. CECIL SCOTT, Manager.

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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End of a Battleship [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 April 1911

End. of a Battiest ip Mnioctic though her propoitioi>r-( prac hil ihcuyli lier linea and swif though her movements the cruiee1 Powi ifni bsa been condemned to hum- ble senicein the lowest ranks of the navy. The Admiralty hoc ordered her reduition und conversion at Devonport I i Mo a hulk. When the Powerful rame to Australia five years ago ne the flag- ship of Y ire-Admiral Hawkes she «as hailed.ns avery fine example of thu type of first-class protected emiter. She was only launched in 1898 and fully equipped for active servie lind cost tho nm ic ii nearly three quarters ol a million With hen pister tho famous Terrible whore gam were used in the Hoer tvnr she ranked high amongst tho best of her class in thc British navy. lier days of distinction »ra numbered and before tho year Iras ended her menial.dillies at Devonport will have begun. . i...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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PARS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 29 April 1911

PARS Only a moderate amount of interest appears to have been taken in the Referenda polling 'in. the., district. The day passed off veiy' quietly on Deloraine. ? . t The sympathy of all is extended to Mr. and Mrs. W. Walker and family of Deloraine Their youngest daughter left Scamander some live weeks ago for a holiday at her fa- ther's residence nt "Northdown" Deioraine and about ten days ago was ¡taken suddenly ill. Dr. Hogg was telgraphtd for and ordeied her at dice to Nune Massey's hospital in Launceston ut ie an operation was pei foi med. She lingered until Sunday night when she passed away. Sorrow is expressed on all sides at i her decease. I '/Owing to the inclemency^ (fie weather quite a ,nuin£)e,r of gather-"* ings ^linouncècU-îor^tllis week- fell though. Among these were Lynch Bios, entertainment at Deloraine and Mr. Jonathan Best's Referenda meet- ing at Hagley on Monday night, and the Referenda meetings at Deloraine and Caveside on Tuesday. Mr. E. Best went as far as Chu...

Publication Title: Deloraine And Westbury Advertiser
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