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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
\t the Big Drapers STERLING VALUE IN THE FOLLOWING Single and Doub'e width Sheet- ings plain twill and herringl-oue. iOjd, lt, Is. 3d, is 6d, is, ?s 3d. per yard. CALICOES. Crewdsons. Horrocks, Dac a Calicoes and long cloth, also Mada polams at 3s nd, 4s d, 4s 11 to i'>s. per dozen. SHIRTINGS. Crimean, Linen, ITmvard, 'en- nis, Pyjama, \Vnvetlt v. Ox- ford, from 6d to l's 2d per yard. FLANNELS W averley, French, Saxony, Vyel la, and Victoria from ls to Is j id yd PRINTS. Head quarters and «gents for Hoyles prints. Special cut price 5s lld dozen. HATS. Mota Lounge and various s yles from 4s nd to20ä. LADIES COATS. "Warm cosy coats for Winter Prices 15s to 47s fid. The Don Store f»moua for Dress materials, Famous for low prices. . \rvdLare jtltl baçjtng oui ay (R. P. FURMAGE) DON STORE PIANOS, Brindsmead, Broadwood, Collard & Collard, Lipp & Sohn, Ronish, Renardi, Stein mayr, ORGANS BY iMason & Hamlin, Estey, Liberal allowances on old Pianos in exchange EASY...
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGH BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
ANSDAL MsicTtso OF TMK Bm TIRU AND FORKIOK fillILK SoClltTV, Mr H. Symmons, of the British and Foreign Bible Society is visiting Del- &nbsp; oraine and will address meetings to- morrow. The evening Service in the Town Hall shall draw a big audience. Rev Riley has kindly consented to pre side at this gathering. &nbsp; FIRE AT MR BONNEY'S On Tuesday evening a fire occured on &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr H. Bonneys farm which resulted in &nbsp; &nbsp; the loss of a wagon, » ¡j. io-c of straw and &nbsp; &nbsp; other produce. &nbsp; A NARROW MINDED JOKE. Some persons of a very narrow mind as to what constitutes a joke tarred Mr Smiths gate on Tuesday evening, &nbsp; &nbsp; This silly kind ho-sin-ss wants put- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ting down. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MRS KERRIS ON AT DELORAINE. Mrs Kerrison, of Beaconsfield »nd...
Pars [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 13 May 1911
Pars The people of Dunorlan and Blackmoor forward two truck loads of firewood last year to Mr R.H. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mason the City Missionary for distri- &nbsp; bution among the poor of Launces- ton and collected the amount neces- sary to cover freight locally. This &nbsp; year the organisers of the movement have decided forward two more truck loads to the City Mission and in order to raise f'unds to pay freight intend to hold a concert in the Dun- orlan Hall. At the Council meeting on Monday Councillor Hingston moved that the hall be granted free for this concert which was agreed to without any opposition. The act- ion of the Dunorlan and Blackmoor residents was very favourable com- mented on by several of the coun- cillors. Cr Everett drew attention to sev- &nbsp; eral necessary repairs that were &nbsp; needed at the Tongatabo school. One or two minor items were order- &nbsp; ed to be done and the other matters re- &nbsp...
Band of Hope [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Band of Hope The meeting for this winter of the Band of Hope held under the aus- pices of the local Baptist Church took place in the Tabernacle on Wednsday evening Pastor Fisher presiding. There was a good atten- dance and a very interesting pro- gramme was submitted. It were rendered by Pastor Dunkley and steele Miss Lathey Mrs Fisher Mrs Mrs Henry Miss Bullen Miss Somer field Mr I Sherriff and the following Juniors Eileen Harris Jessie Winch Ivy Lawson and Joseph Sherriff.
PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
PRESENTATION Quite a number of friends asBPmbled in the in the Convent Schoolroom on Wednesday evening when a presentation of two sacred pictures handromely fram- ed wag made to MTB T O'Mearn on be- half of the (loman Catholics of Delor- aine. The evening was ppent in a ecc'el way eeTpral nm?icil items were rendered and parlour games enjoyed. The Rev. VV. Best, successor to the Rev. E. Julinu, of the Strahan Anglican Church, was tendered a welcome at the Bay View Hall Strahan, The parishioners mustered in forced to extend their good wishes to their pastor. An enjoyable evening was the outcome of the gathering
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
FOOTBALL. The match Derby v. Branxholm, did not take place on Saturday, for what reason these Banxholmites had of not turning up i.o one seems to know. However a fair crowd of Derby players assembled and after having a few kicks decided to have a practice match. Mack Williams (late of Branxholm) and Joe Wicks one of Derby's best picked sides of about 18 men each and after about an hours' good solid running with no smokho the game ended in a draw 6 goals 10 behinds each. J Crompton of Zeehan and A. Krushka, (Buster) were far the best on the ground. Several juniors were tried and shap- ed well Steve Kerrison in particular who is the making of a first-class footballer. Mr Chas Maddox gave I every satisfactian as central umpire. I_
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
CAMPHOR FOR PNEUMONIA. A new treatment for pneumonia has, it is claimed by an authority, recently been tried with consider- able success at thc St. Francis I Hospital, New York, based on thc I hypodermic injection of large dose? of camphorated oil, thc injection? being repeated every 13 hours until the crisis is past. The physician who originated the treatment has now used it in a considerable num- ber of cases, and it certaiitiy stands to the credit of thc new method that not a single death has oci ur I red among the patients thus truat j ed. ea
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
PERSONAL Mr Will Able left on Tuesday for Melbourne where he intends to spend a well earned vocation. Mr. T. 0 Meara was starting a motor the other day, when the handle suddenly jumped, causing »n unpleasaut jar to his hand. Miss. Langham of the Tongataboo State School, who was for some time seriously indisposed, is now, we are pleased to record, much improved in health.
GLUTTONY. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
GLUTTONY. Gluttony lins Its victims, hardly I less numerous than other vices. Tn I over eat is to over burden the digi--- j tive organs to such an extent thai j it will be impossible for them to per- | form their duties properly, dclelcii- 1 ous products are created, and j licalth is finally destroyed. No [ man can over-eat and live out his j expectancy. It is as important tn I inquire into the habits of a man j proposed for insurance in this re- | sped ns in drinking. Men havr j been known to kill themselves in thi- J manner. A prominent judge used j to say such men dig their graves I with their teeth-and it is so. I
FOR EARACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
FOR EARACHE. I For caniche take five parts oí i camphorated chloral, thirty pails ¡ of glycerine, and ten parts of oil of j sweet almonds. A piece of colton- j wool is .saturated and introduced well into the ear; it is also rubbed / behind the car. The pain is reliev- i ed as if by magic, and if there bc \ inflammation it often subsides quick- i fy- I
A USEFUL EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
A USEFUL EXERCISE. [ When one is in that condition usually described as ".sonictliiit! wrong with tho liver," a measure ; of immediate relief is obtained by "massaging" that organ. Ono of thc best ways of doing so is to bend side- ways, as is taught in almost all gym- nasiums. If all sodontary jicopto would do this for five minutes every morning, and ho a little more care- ful in regard to what they cat, holli in quality and amount, there would be fewer sick headaches and moro clear complexions.
OFFENSIVE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
OFFENSIVE BREATH. I Offensive, breath is sometimes duo to bad teeth and sometimes to dys- pepsia. When tho tooth aro decayed a visit, must be paid to thc dentist, ! When dyspepsia is tile cause, the in- j halation of a few drops of puro tcrc bono from limo to time, acts as a ! preventivo. It is a condition which : eau be readily cured by a little at- tention to the general health, ami especially by avoiding constipation.
TURPENTINE IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
TURPENTINE IN INFECTIOUS 1 DISEASES. Jj i M. Vilandfc writes in a foreign | contemporary concerning tho value ft of tho oil of tui'pcntiuo in the treat- | mont of diphtheria and the eruptive "r; fevers. Ho stales that he has never * seen any of these diseases spreaa -, front 'a sick child to other members * of tho family when this remedy was omployed. In many of his cases no isolation could bo attempted, as thc mother was tho oidy female in the family, and was obliged to take care of both the sick and well, continu- j ally passing back and forth from ono . to the other. His method was to pour from twenty to forty drops of a mixture of equal parts of turpen- tine and carbolic acid ¡tito a keltic of water, which was kept simmering over a slow firo, so that the air of ) tho sick room was constantly i'm- ? prognated with tho odour ol these \ two substances. Ho claims also that by this means a favourable influence is oxertcd upon tho exudation in diphtheria, although it is hy no moans cu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
Briseis Cash Store Next to STATE; SCHOOL. DEPBY. BOOTS. In this Department we give the veiy best value whether for light or heavy wear. Whether the line re- quired is for 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 Please inspect our Stocks which are offered at cut prices to reduce. We wish to make a big clearance. .General We carry a big range of assorted stock at the B.C.S. Please note the following, whicli 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.
NOISES IN THE EARS. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
MOISES IN THE EARS. This is a very common complaint. | It may arise from quite a variety of causes. In tho first placo it may he duo simply to au accumulation of wax in tho ears. This is often 1 caused, loo, by putting water ia tho | oars while, washing or after bathing. | Noises in tho cars may oven indicate ¡ actual disease of tho organ, and is ï then oflen attended by moro or less Í pain and deafness. Constipation is S sometimes a causo, and ono which is I easily remedied. Bloodlessness, too, ; I may lead to noises in tho ears, ami I then tho usual accompaniments arc weakness, giddiness, breathlessness, and palpitation.
DERBY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
I DERBY NEWS I A.t tho L'i MI ur tin mina during the two w-'oka onling Miy 6 sluicing wa? ¡carriol on cmt:nuo is'y with by h j el jctrie pWnta, N > 1 oloitri; plait rai j 233.25 ho irs, i ii N). 2 p'ant ¿SI.75 hours. Tin ra.inf.iU was 123 points, I a'iJ t!ie watar sipp'y Im l)3;n ¡pol, Tnrou^h tin w u ;r d.ippU sUîk'inin 2; a week's pl iijing wu Int nt tho I Wyniford tin mino. Tua f.ua is 18ft. dep. and th ire aro 2ft. of wish at tin bottom, witli pro3p^3ts i:upriviiij.
NORTH-EASTERN SAWMILL S. [Newspaper Article] — Deloraine and Westbury Advertiser — 20 May 1911
NORTH-EASTERN SAWMILL S. In vw of tho fact that a 48 hours weeks wao décidai on as from Jans 1 at a m'ciingof tin iwlhora sawnilli-rs h?ll recently in Lvinc3íton Mr das Goftoa tho w.'U kmwa proprietor of tho Liel-i Uoil Liouuna sawmills and Springfidili sawmilli his defied tint on an! after n'x', Monday all his mills will work a 48 h jars week. Work is to commjice cash mirninir at S am and the nnn are to h ITO 40 min. for dinnor and knock oft at 5 pm aai 3 00 p.m. on Saturdays no liach timo b;i^g allowed.