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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 6 May 1911
WEDDING A very pretty double wedding took place at Golden Valley on Wednesday last April 26th. The contracting parties being Miss Ger- trude Fanny Barnard second young- est daughter of Mrs Geo Barnard of Golden Valley and Mr. Edwin Quinn son of Mr and Mrs John Quinn of Liffey, Miss Edith Rosabet Barnard second daughter of the above to Mr John Napper eldest &nbsp; son of Mr J Napper, Golden Valley. &nbsp; The ceremonies took place at the &nbsp; &nbsp; residence of the brides parents Silent Shades. The contracting parties were married by the Rev &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J W Fisher (Baptist), Rev J Riley (Anglican) respectively of Deloraine. Miss Rosabel Barnard looked very graceful in her Bridal robe of white floral satin and silk insertion she also wore the usual veil and orange blossoms. Miss Jean Donovan of Launceston was bridesmaid and wore a very dainty frock of cream voile. Mr Percy Napper acted as best man and Mr. Will Barna...
Random Readings. GOETHE'S MISTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Random Readings, j GOETHE'S MISTRESSES. Many Englishmen and' English- women are acquainted with the name of Goethe, the great German poet, as the nuthor ol "Faust." Goethe was twenty, young, hand- some, and aristocratic. Women turned to gaze at him, and girls blushed when his ardent look was directed at them. His whole per- son clearly expressed that Nuture had intended him for love, to love and be loved in return, and he obey- ed the dictates of Nature very scrup- ulously. It was in Strassburg where his first love affair occurred with two sisters. They were the daugh- ters of his dancing master, two channing girls of 19 and 17 respec- tively, and evidently destined by Na- ture for the interesting game of love. But "the course of true love" and so on -. Whilst Lucinda, the elder of the sisters, concealed a vio- lent passion for the poet, he fell in love with Emilia, the younger. But, alas, his love was not returned, for young Emilia had already given her iittle heart to another. Gre...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
CONUNDRUMS. What is tho difforonco between a jowollor and a gaoler ?-Ono soils watches and- tho other watches cells. Why is a cat's-meat man liko an inspired poet ?-Hccauso his efforts aro encouraged by tho mows (muse). Why aro artists liko washerwo- men ?-Becauso thoy aro not satis- fied until their works aro "hung on tho liuo." Which hns the hardest life of it, coffee or tea ?-Tea, for while coffee can settlo down, tea is compelled to draw. Why cannot a deaf man be legal ly convicted 1-Because it is not law- ful to condemn a man without a hearing. -Why is an old chair tbot has a now bottom put to it liko a paid bill?-Becauso it has boen re-seated (receipted). Why should a man always wear a watch when ho travels in a desert? -Because every watch has a spring in it. Why Bhould soldiers bo rather tired" on April 1st ?-Because they have just had a March of thirty-one days. Who had tho first entrance into a theatre?-Joseph, when ho was taken from the family circl« and put ¡cte tba pit<...
TWO GOOD PARTY GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
TWO GOOD PARTY GAMES. Tho Buccesa or failure of a party for young pooplo dopends largely on tho amusements suggested. There aro times when the introduction of some novel game or diversion serves to "hreak thu ico" and put everyone at ease. Hero aro two simple forms of entertainment, now to many per- sons. Tho fiiBfc requires no special preparation. An empty bottlo is placed upon a small table, tho cork being set loose- ly in tho top of it"in such n way that the least touch will dislodge it. Tho members of tho party aro lined up some distance away, and with right anns extended horizontal- ly, walk rapidly by the table en tip- toe, endeavouring as they pass to dis lodgo tho cork by a snap of tho finger. No one must stop or slow up as he roaches tho table, nor may tho bottle be touched or overturned. Tho trick appears so simplo that tho surprise of tho performers whun they miss the cork and snap at tho air, as they ure almost suro to do on tho first trials, novor fails to excite mer- r...
DUNORLAN [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
DUNORLAN The meeting arranged by the Dunorlan representative of the Laun- ceston City Mission (Mr H F Step- hens) was held in the Brooilicad sia'e school on Friday night and waa presided over by Mr L Step- hens. lhere was a attendance and much in ciesi was manifested. The city missionary (Mr H L Mason) dealt willi ihe needs of thc city poor It was pointed out that in Launces- ton, as in all cl'ies, there were a number of unfortunates who requir- . ed assistance. A committee was formed to arrange way« and means to send firewood to the Ciiy Mission ery.
The Wilmot Election. MR HAYS' CANDIDAT[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
The Wilmot Election. MR HAYS' C.\.vDI DATIVE. Mr Hei bert Hays, a candidate for the Wilmot cid ti n , p. red his campaign in the "dr! ell \vs' Hall to- night, and received a «ie d and ap- preciative liea; i g M' &lt;\h-.\ Lil- lico prc ided. Mr I ho s . welt up- on the necessity f.-r ¡i-f construc- tion of tramway* to e-. elop the hack country, and advocated m >: .- liberal treatment to settlers. He o it'cised the present incl ine lax regulations, and also questioned th. utility ol the unimproved land tax. Ile advocat- ed more attention beinp raid i" the dairying indusliy, bul did mu con- sider it desirable to remove the ex- isting uuarantine régulations. Mi Hays also touched upon the subjects of railways, education, emigration, and experimental lat ins, and was ac- cord, d a vote rf thant? at the close of his address.
Markets and Crops. DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Markets and Crops. DEVONPORT. . Produce deliveries yes erday were much heavier than on any ' previous day in the week, over 5,500 bags cf potatoes coming in. The Tuber was the main item in the teams' de- liveries the totals being:-I,j85 baçs potatoes, 163 bags of turnips, I39 lass of oats, and 1O1 bags of chaff' Kail traffic also was largely a tuber one, 3.897 bags of potatoes being brought in, together wi'h 491 bags of oats, 369 bags of turnips, 342 bags chaff, 118 bags of wheat, lil! bags of wheat, 1I6 bags peas, and 582 bales ot straw. The deliveries at East Devonport for the week amounted to 417 bags of chaff, 274 bags of potatoes, 52 hags of turnips, 50 bags of oa's, and 779 bis of straw, most of the potatoes being delivered yesterday. The potato market was consider- ably easier yesterday, not to use a more expressive term, and values ranged from £5 to ¿"5 iOs with the majority of deals at £5 5s, Local stocks ot potatoes last night were over 7,000 bags; the S, S, Karori had abo...
RINGWORM. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
RINGWORM. Tlie idea that this is, as thc name implies, indicative of tho presence of an animal parasite is altogether erroneous. lt is duo to a fiinvns which locates itself within tho hair follicles of tho skin, and frequent'v spreads over a considerable area lt is not often met with in adults, hi.t in children it is common, and alwavs extrcmoly difficult to got rid of. lt. radiates from a centre-hence the name-and destroys tho power of tho hair bulbs to develop new hair. The bost way of treating it, pro- vided it bo recognised in its earlitst, stage, is to apply acetic or carbolic acid in solution, or strong mercurial ointment. Before doing this, how- ever, tho part, of the scalp affect t d should be washed with carbolic snap to free it entirely from grease. Tho health of tho patient must be at- tended to also, plenty of nourishitu; food given, nnd in soino cases this may be supplemented by cod liver oil. The discaso is very contagion*, and children frequently get it from each othe...
Caveside. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Caveside. Debating S&lt; cieiy -The initial meeting of the Caveside Literary ec Debating Society was held recently Mr N. Oliver was appointed presi- dent, and Messrs B. Mou eis and C, M ya rd vice-presidents, Mi-s Nairne treasurer, and Mr T. P&lt; «e secre taiy in place of Miss A, Oliver, who Ird to icsign on account of 'cmuval. Very high compliments Were paid by several members to the manner i that >be bar) filled the office since the inception rf the Society. A soc- ial evening was spent on Friday last as an opt mug o tl e session, which all seemed to en; y :o the full. The attendance was g"">.t. The West- ern Brass H.n,t> >; dereel valuable assistance with inu-ie I selections.
HURRIED MEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
HURRIED MEALS. A physician onco said: "It dorn not so much matter what wo eat as how we cat it." While this is only partly true, it cortainly is true that the most healthful food hurriedly eaten, and immediately followed hy work which engages tho entire avail- able physical and mental forces, is much worso than a meal of less nourishing food oaten leisurely, and followed by an interval of rest.
THE CAUSE AND CURE OF HICCOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
THE CAUSE AND CURE OE HICCOUGH. Hiccough usually attacks persons of nervous temperament, anti yinilia children who have overloaded (lie stomach ; it may also bc induced by ealing foods which have been ton highly seasoned. A variety of means have been suggested to stop hic- cough, among the most efficacious being thc following: - It is recommended to distract the attention of thu porsona who are seized with tho paroxysm ; they are advised to count, tho Hies on thu ceil- ing, etc. ; sometimes an attempt is made to frighten thom, and if this is successful tho hiccough is stopped. Another of tho means adopted is lo hold tho breath, either hy couulini; up to thirty or by repeating loudly and with volubility tho samo son teneo ; or, what, is much hotter, m drinking a glass of cold water in lit- tle sips, at tho saine timo pinchin!; thc nostrils. A good thing ia to pn> voko a snoozing fit, eithor by tickliin; the inside of the nose, or by thc ¡lid of snutf ; if a sucezo ia induced thc h...
Local & General News. A WHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Local & Gçnçral A WHIPPING From reporta to hand wo boor that some hojB went ferreting the other day and were nnwis- enoagh to enoroach on private propr j without permisión. He is however, not liMy to make di. Bam" mistiki again, at any rate on tbs same estât-, as the owner came a !o ig with rising anger and a big stock- whip. The boys it is stated h-»ve been v ry severely handled daring the inter- view which followed, and to be marked heavily about the legs. The sequel is expected to be a coart eas», which read- ers of our ivxtHS.i* will, we anticipate find to be very interesting.
FOR BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
" FOR BURNS. It is BO oasy for tho housewife with hor novor-ending dutios to scald or horn hor lingera by handling hot kettles or attonding to thc oven. Often »ho ia too busy to fly to oil anti cotton wool, but she has at least, two romcdies ready lo hand in the kitchen itself. Flour, shaken from a dredger upon tho part affect eil, wilt give considerable relief; ami carbonate of soda, put on dry, ur better still mixed into a paste with a little water, will allay tho pain at once. This should be renewed again and again, as soon us tho pain reas- serts itself. This will also provent blistering.
An Explanation [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
An Explanation Just prior to the breaking up of the Municipal Council meeting nu Monday, in connection with til e board of,health business, the liveli- est five m'imites of the meeting . oc- curred. Councillor Hingston stated thal in last week's "Advertiser" it was stated that the municipal Inspcc tor had sent a copy of a pi evious issue of that paper to the central Board of Health drawing attention to an article on sanitary matters upon which the Secretory had com- mented favourably. The Board and this Council,-in fact the Board and several councils were not in re- lations of harmony. It was not a proper thing for an official to draw the attention of the Central Board to any criticism of health matters on Deloraine. Although not stated in so many words, it was evident that Cr. Uingston was under the impression that Mr Cameron sup- plied the article in question to the "Advertiser" Several interjections were made by various Councillors one of whom expressed the opinion that the "Adve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Briseis Cash Store Next to STATE SCHOOL. DERBY. BOOTS. I» this Department we give the veiy best value whether for light or heavy wear. Whether the line re- quired is Inr Gents,' Ladies,' or Childrens' wear, you can rely on it being cheapest at the B. C. S Tasmanian Boots for Tasmanian Feet made by Tasmanian Labour. Ask for the celebrated "B.G.C." and "Ray's Reliable" brands. STATIONERY Pirase inspect our Stocks which are offered at cut prices to reduce. We wish lo make a big clearance. General We carry a big range of assorted stock at the B.C.S. Please note the following, which we do specially well: Tin Buckets and Dippers, Galv. Baths, Saucepans, Washup Dishes Table and Dessert Knives, Forks and Spoons, Brooms, Scrubs, W. W. Brushes. A Big Line of Cups and Saucers which areVery Cheap. Popular ^Column IUIR. G. ELMER of Meantler \v shes t ) notify ' the public thâthe is running a carrying service weekly between Deloraine and Mc ander. DOY to learn type setting 7s 6d to ^* start incre...
Deloraine Council. Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Deloraine Council. Monthly Meeting. | ! _ :o-- I Presen!-C Ü I- i ii-&lt;. S Symmons, (Wanlen1 Hr so e Flowes, Lee, l£ve>et: l'i'z¡>:itiiel-, Gilbet. Lea royd. (Jlin n, Huiyston, McMahon, Smith and Worner. The min ut >-s "t the previous meeting uvn rea I and con fu merl, Correspondance were read from the D'-l niue and Limine Teiinij and I'r.'qtiet i bibs, a*l«i:vj permiss- ion to eiect a pavilion in the euclos . ure, midway between ibe ¡¡rou -ds. I The subject lias discussed at s-une length, some little difference of op I pinion arising as to the best posi'ion Councillor Fitzpatnel; moved and Councilor Smith seconded rhat the request be granted--Car ¡ed. The Deloraine Golf Club wrote requt-st ng a gram nf ¿li towards erect>ngo pavilion and pointing om that the club had expendí d £31) on improving the Golf Links the past year Afb-r some discussion the matter was allowed to stand over until next Hireling, ai it was decid- ed to request the Club in the mean- time to...
ALCOHOL AND DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
ALCOHOL AND DIGESTION. Sir William Roberts, with a view to ascertain the effect of different alcoholic drinks on digestion, made an exhaustive scries of experiments. With regard to ar- dent spirits, such as whisky, brandy, and gin, he found that moderate doses, well diluted, promoted rather than retarded di- gestion. A tablesponful of brandy to a basin of arrowroot promotes its digestion. It is surprising to ob- serve, says Dr. Hillier, commenting upon tbis in bis book, "Popular Drugs," how slight, the effect of al cobol is on thc chomical acts of d¡. gestion. Under 10 por cont, of proof spirit thorn was no appreciable retardation. With 10 por cont, re- tardation waa only barely traceable. With 20 por cont, thero was quite a distinct retardation. Over this amount, however, tho inhibitory cf foct was markedly incroasod. Tlicso oxperimonts, theroforo, iudicata that ardent spirits as consumed by a temperate person, in small quan- tities, will diluted, not as stimulant to gastric digest...
Council Con inned. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Council Con inned. Correspondence- was tabled from the Audit Department re water main- tenance account. Kemp and Co tendered for the supply of an acetylene gas plant foi Clluidleiili Hall, ahn Mr G. VV. Fox No action was taken. At this stage an adjournment »as made to enable Councillors to attend the funeral of the late Mrs McUosde proceedings were resumed after an interval of twenty minutes. Thc question of lightini.- the pub- lic hall at Chudleigh »as refer.ed to the Warden and the Chudlei h ward members who were inst.neted ; to leportnt next meeting. A representative of a Sydney firm of bioscope operators waited on the Council iii reference to a rental of hall for four Tuesday nights for showing pictures, with the option of renewing for future t;rms. He explainod the special l'ueproof pro- perties of his machine Some dis- cussion took place as to the Councils position in the event ot fire. The appl canon was eventually granted at 32s. 6d. per night. Councillor Lee moved that a li...