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LOOK PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
LOOK PLEASANT. AVo cannot, of course, all be handsome, . And it's hard for us all to bo good; We are suro now and then to be lonely, Aud we don't always do as wo should. 'IV Iih imt.innt is not always easy. To be cheerful is much harder still ; But, at least, wo can always lie pleasant, If we make up our minds that we will. And it pays every time to -be kindly, Although you feel worried. and blue; lf'yiiu smile at tho world and look cheerful, The World will soon smile back at you. ' So try to brace up and look pleasant, No matter how long you aro down, Good humour is always contagious, But you baii'sli your friends when you frown. i'
STATE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
STATK PA1U.TAMFXT. In the Assembly the 'WorkineiTs ('ompen s»tioiia Hill was read tlie third time. The Council's amendments - n the Industrial Dis- I putes Amendment Act Hill were accepted, also that Chamber's amendments on the Closer Settlement Promotion Hill with the execution of one alteration, which tho Go vernment considered would have the effect of excluding from tlie provisions of the Bill persons holding less than home maintenance areas. The Fisheries Amendment Hill was restor ed to the business paper. Tjie Premier gave notice of a Hill to amend the Fleetoral Act and will explain its pro visions next week. Parliament is expected to prorogue before the end of the mouth. The Council missed the Crown Lands Amendment Hill and the Oaths Administra tion Hill through committee.
AGRICULTURAL APPRENTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
AGRICULTUR ATi PRENTICES. l.'io selected Labor candidate, Rov. T. S. Orawford, speaking nt Marnckvillo, said pro v sion should be mado for tho apprenticeship of boys lCnvmg: the primarv schools to land holders iipoii. dofimte: terms ns to 'remunera tion nnd instruction and sorvices. In this \\n\ patent.-, might send their hoys from tho city : to become practical farmers, with tho cei till nty that thoy would receive propor euro and undergo proper discipline. The Statu .should follow ui- such a practical coursu of training, with, tho ? 'allotment of areas largo enough foi-: tho iyoung moir to make a .reason able living upon, giving thenr oxtended peri ods in ?which tn pay. for tlnj. land.
POTATO GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
l'OTA'l O GROWING Expcrmients carried, out at Pymblo last reason in .a small - frnrdon withpotato seed showed that pioces containing two eves with half n tuber (jnvo better results than one ove only, : with no fiesli, . or ono . eye with lialf ]-ti tat ii, or three ores with half-potato or tlio -.'?wholly potato. Those results, though not ?. uniform, conicido with experiments conducted elsewhere. Cutting tlio tubers has tho addi . , tionnl : advantage, of facilitating detection of ? unsound seed. ... v ?
BEFORE AND AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
. BEFORE AND AFTER. (Milk . from ^excited or irritated cows is, ac .coiding to tlio latest scientiiic opinion, more harmful than that .which contains' disease . germs., '.1 lie blood of - an excited, animal . throws out; poisonous .toxins that are most insalubrious.) .0 . niv Butcher, 'please,- state if : Susiinnah tl'O sow, 'Whom you rosontly turned into bacon, Wore ii look of ineffable peace. on her brow. If her lieives weio -unsti'iuiu or wore - thaken. ? - ? , Oh, had Oswald the- ox, when -.vou severed his till. Boon a mntjr to mental disquiet' ^ i AViis - there ;;in.vthiug -;- known - about. C'on .stancotherjii.nl . ^\Vliich would make her unlit for mv diet? Pinj e\iihi.n,'oio Ins h.mi on my pl.ittoi 1 - - . pile, - ' ' ' Wiethei I'u luck tho x-'U 'lei his death ? - with a smile. . . . s i — London paper.
SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
SOUTH AFRICAN El . KCTIOX EKTIIN G CAMPAIGN'. Preparations are bemi; made lor a lierce election e.inij-ai'_;n in South Africa. The un biased impression, so far, is that the Go vernmont will hold their own, which is due to the faith in liotha rather than in a Cabi net formed bv Dr. '.lamieson. At .loliannes burn this impression was emphasised in th- personal belief that liotha's intentions art I ?iood, but that he would be tumble to carry them out as the head of a Coalition Go vernment which is not really a Coalition.
THE CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
THE CALF. Calf-feeding requires, skill . jind good com mon sense. . 'Iho art of; calf-rearing 'cannot ho .taught nut. «r books. ; There . : must hu lirnms: and c intelligent interest to' properly ai ticiilato the calf w illi its feed and environ ment/. Liiere.are no liard-und-hist-rules that can be laid down. ' '.1 lie intolhuence' thnt tliu herdsman nuts into Ins. calf-feeding will have n-.gioat- influence upon tho future cow. lliero aio- meat- possihilit:es m tho production of good cows, .hut these are seldom, if over, seen, .appreciated, or attained cxcept bv an .intelligent, thoughtful feeder. The earmarks :of an iutelli-jeiit feeder are seen in liis herd. '1 ho .calves aro thrifty, active, with bright oyes, ' smooth, glossy , coats, always hungry, nnd .plavful; and lusty. .
A HUMAN DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
' - A HUMAN DOCUMENT. I v . From: 'the .'Stlandard of Empire,' -the fol lowing is clipped : — - - ' ? - . i : 'Week^by . \vouk additions .come 'to. ? tlie series of human documents .which ..reach .tho 'Standard :of -Einniro'.' from tlie nion . wlio ?lonii jto -take ,m- their, sliaro in our . Greater -? JJritiiiii' inhentanee and are unable to do so. ?Tho Mmpire!s greatest asset is tlio .Bntiah tnian-ijowor.',.. The . lack of it delays develo]) ment lii'somo parts,- while it . runs to seed in ' abimd.nice in another 1'iti-fc of the one Empire, i' and .still- wo : have no Department of Migra tion. 'Hero is another , snecimen document : ? a letter — rimrovisod — from 'G.V.', of Poplin ; — .'?I nm ono .of those that would like to go to Australia, dint have not the money to get -there. T' am married ; age, thirty-two,- four children, a-j;e3 twelve years, ten years, eight years, and three months. I was born and bred on tlio land, and am .anxious to get back theru again. I love tho country...
FODDER CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
FODDER ; CONSEltVA TION. ?.aNIr. W. .T!. -Fry, inspector, in the Depart mont -.of . Agriculture, : n;as at Narrabn re coil tlv and gave some cood advice oil that es sential of farm life — coiiservation of fodder. ? Mr. -1ot. pointed out that owing lo timely lams there was. 'this season a superabundance | of natural , fodder. This should be conserved I as ensilage: in jut. silos, scooped out of the black soil, .at a cost of about 2/ per ton. Bv tln.s provision d;ury farmers could keen up n regular nulk'supiilv from their herds during the- dn' portion of the' vea r. Maize proved to hostile best milk-prodncui!; ensilage-niaker, and could lib grown m this district to profit able advantage. Crops yielding from 10 to .30 tons. to' file acre had been produced, and this qould he nut into stocks at a cost of about 0/ ;per-ton. - Australian native grasses had -proved better than those linnorted, aud lie advised tho protection nnd collection of seed, i as it was impossible to huv it in tlio op...
ONE THING WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
ONE THING WANTED. 'There is just one tli in v; wanted to com plete our hapmness.' said a husband the cith er day, 'and 'thnt is the arrival of His Maj esty, the Baby.' In many homes tho little Kiiig does not make his appearance, much to tho regret of both parents. In such cases i womenfolk should write to Uepl. I., hadics College of Health, 177, Liver|ibol-slreet,, Syd ney. If 2d is enclosed with their letter, they will receive bv return post a book telling ljc-., Motherhood lias Jieeh made passible in thous nnds of such eases.. Don t thinly your ease an excentioiml one. If you are in ^ earnest write to the College to.day. You will bo all the happier for the information and advice given. '