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TO-MORROW'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
TO-MORROW'S RACES. Early Bird fancies: — Hurdles: Jowol Caso, Nimrod, Dinyah. Farm Stakes: Wntcli- 1 chain, Gay Hampton, Well rjino. Flying Handicap: Empericnl, Kiltie, Torula, Nur sery Handicap: Earl's Court, Boy Scout, Hymenial. Warwick. Handicap: Simonides, Blue Hook, Vanadium. Welter Handicap: Queiitin, Claydon Common, -Lady Hasty. Martuidalo fancies for th0 Hurdles, lNnn rod, llighrook, Jewel Case; Farm Stakes: Blazing Star, Slioalhaveii, Terra gong; Flying Handicap: Curry, Classic, Empericnl; Nur sery Handicap: Boy Scout, Bonnie Murn, Anson; Warwick Farm Handicap: Vanadi um, Baal Gammon, Simonides: Welter Han dicap: No/Truinps, Claydon Common, Km liorical.
THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
THE FIGHT Bob Fitzsimmons anticipates that Jeffries will prove tho certain winner inside of .15 rounds. Ho adds that Johnson's . loft will never stop Jeffries when tho men are in the ring. Jeffries states his wind is good. White, of New York, is the second referee. A thousand spectators witnessed Jeffries to-day. He did six rounds in high spirits nnd with plenty of snap and go. It has been decided that the ring shall be 22 feet square. . Governor Dickenson is tho guest of both camps. He says Johnson is faster that Jef fries, but tfiinks lie lias not tile power bo liind tho blows that Jeffries has. Johnson was talkative to-day. ' He state? 'I am koking for a fight in which I really can let myself out and show the public just what I can do. That's the reason why I am anxious to get up against Jeffries.' Tho preparation of Jeffries is tlio hardest training work ever undergone. Special gloves have been niado at Frisco for tho fight. It is expected the gate -will be £80,000. The betting ...
Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
Casual Reflections. Tlio value of now settlement. — Tlio deadly i pea-rille. — Tlio health of the community. — j 'If 11 (load star approached.' — \\ by not n' Town Il'all lor Tamwortli? I The computation that the new settlers oil tile Government ivsumed area of the I'eel River Estate have tn date silent about IM00 each -;ii improvements gives somo tangible evidence of the lirst results of closer sottlo * Uioii t in this district. ' Tlie aggregate amount expended in improvements sinco tlio occupa tion of tlie farms is estimated to reach £85,000. Tlio greater part of tliis handsome sum, it can bo taken was circulated in this district, and by adding the largo sum of money that lias otherwise been spent inciden tal to the establishment of new homes, ono is enabled to appreciate the advent of intense settlement to Tamworth. And ti g movement is going merrily along. The intention of tho Peel If iver CVnnpany to throw open ovec_ HO, 000 acres for settlement should material ly help the rapi...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
In Meinoriam. I N loving memory of my dear mother, .Airs. G. E. LOFIVEHG, who donarted ? this life July 2nd, ]!)()!), in her Cfjlh year. We miss Dice from our home, dear mother, AAro miss-thee from thy place. A shadow o'er, our life to cast, AVe miss the shine of th\f faco. AVe nriss tho kind and willing hand, : Thy fond and earnest care. Our homo is dark without thee, AVe miss thee everywhere. Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law, Alice and Tom. Cameron.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
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University Extension Lectures. TORRES STRAIT: THE GATEWAY OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
University Extension Lectures. ? :o : ? TORRES STRAIT: THE GATEWAY OF AUSTRALIA . Tlie concluding lecture in the courso will be delivered in St. John's Hall on Tuesday night next by Mr. Clnis. Hedley, F.L.S. The subject is: 'Torres Strait: Tho Gateway of Australia.' The following is a copy of tho syllabus : — Divides the smallest continent from tho groatest island. Here entered the aboriginal race and a largo proportion of the Australian Wnniin ...1,1 Vl„vn - IIow Captain Coolc met the keepers of the . gate. The reception given to the Papuam liead hunters. Weapons of border wnrfanv. Triple division of the Torres Islands; (a) '?i- : the chain of lofty Continental islands which continues the Cape York range scross to Notr Guinea ; (b) tho line of Cora} Cays east of the Coptino)if;al' Jela-nds (c]fc the group of volcnn' iplaiuls east of- tjheiiK Murray Inland:, the least Australian of ^ Ijind within, thu Commonwealth. Tlio jjvo'it ash. crater ; how tho trade-wind built i- 'TOOTj'll. ta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
iFOxynuR CHILE'S CHEST TROUBLES | TV'? J-IOOPING COUGH, tore g W throat, croup, bronchitis, anJ even ft pleurisy end pneumonia, arc kept | at bay by thc timely ucc of those novel ft i»rvillie-ab!cTab!ets, Peps. The medicinal g fumes which arc given on as a Peps tablet rj dissolves in the mouth arc inhaled dircclly fc down the throat and into thc lungs, where ft liquid medicines cannot reach. Peps not jf) enly quickly end a cough and keep theR throat -clear of phlegm, but they soothe and g fortify the clclicolc membrane which lines b thc air-tubes from throat to lungs, anddes- E troy thc dircasc germs which attack thc g weak spots in the throat and chest. When- P ever there is any tendency to cough, or to | hoarseness, or soreness of the throat, give re ^your c 1 1 i M p s tablet. 1 ,'G & 3 'per box COMMON CAUSK OF ILTjMOSS. I 'For years I was troubled with a severe form of liver complaint and indigestion accompanied by , sleepless ness, very bud headaches,0 lassitude, and gr...
MUNICIPAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
MUNICIPAL NOTES. The alderman who at the Council meeting on Tuesday. night said that wo have not a de cent park in Tamworth spoke the truth, and tlio whole truth. The matter of preparing for a park which will be a joy for ever does not seem to have troubled the aldermen of the past, and consequently we are parkless, if we may coin a word. The only approach to a park is the recreation reserve in Bris bane-street. It certainly contains a few trees, but they bear a similarity. The place is not laid out in the form of a nark. Tlio Council is moving in the .direction of securing control of the 'nark' from tho trustees, and if the municipal body be successful it will no doubt take steps without delay to effect con siderable improvement. ? *. ? » ? An. important proposal for Tamworth is the establishment of a sewerage system, and although it is some t'lnc since the proposal was mooted nothing of a practical nature has bcon done. When ill . Sydney recently the Mayor saw tho authorities in t...
Requirements of the Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
Requirements of the Dairy AA'liethor it be an '''Alfa-Laval' Cream Separator, or an 'L-IC-G' Milking Machine, a steam engine nnd boiler or an oil engine ; whether it be a steam pump or a set of scales, a Babcock Tester or a milk pasteuriser and coolor, or hoops and vats for making pheene, or a refrigerating machine for cooling or freezing purposes, milk cans and vatSj or machinery oils iiyid belting, or caigineers' sundries of all kinds, always go to-the woll known firm of AVaugh and Josephson, who have made tho requirements of the dairy and butter' factories the study of a lifetime, and whose li.-yne is sufficient guarantee that everything supplied is of the very best. AA'e respectfully ask' those customers of ours' whose separators are duo for an overhaul not to wait until the spring season sots in, but to please have the repairs effected before our busy season commences. Waugli and .Tosoph son, Sus»ox'-street, Sydney.*
WESTWARD, HO! [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
?: , V.;. j' W.KS'L'AA'ARl), HOI - L;U.t weeU's re)i;ail-:.i Were sufficient . ? til, -^attract the attention of some .. .\iji-y ..uortli.v units 'on your subscribers' lists, and also i Qilan'da is glad- to notice called fnrt i same very nice little criticisms, which are generally helpful to kith sides, and in this particular instance contained just stif licio;it lire to give pleasant anticipations to tho writer. ?' To help and be helped is good; and Qtianda hopes yet some ill reading this, and other contributions, such as may follow, may find the substance worthy of the heading preced ing this article, and in like manner for the bsnciit of all concerned (the writer included) I'wictienl corrections of any defects are in vited. 'AVell, YVestbrook 1 that Paraguay of the - AVorker, inetiiinks there is something yery practical here, .which, by the way, was ? in troduced to lis by one of those progressive ?South Australians T spoke about in my last article. Something very practical indee...