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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

The TAMWORTH OBSERVER .1 XI 1 NORTHERN ADVERTISER. K1UOAY l'lYKNING, AUGUST PJ, 1010.'

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALUABLE MANCHURIAN MILLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

VALUA W/IO MAXClUimAX ' MILLKTS. i Tho year huforo la.st Sir. C. l'\ .Tcnu'orott sii]i]ilied the Department of Agriculture with small trial packets of the Manc.hurian var- j ieties of millet, Hsiao-mi (white) and ITsiao- - j mi (vellow). These wero sent to the Graf- - toil Experiment Farm, where tliev havo | . proved two of the finest millets yet intra- ' duced. Tlie manager of the farm, Mr. A. ji, H. Haywood, has furnished tho following Si report: — 'The seed sown was saved from a triiil plot of these millets grown last year. Onc-twolfth of 'on acre of each variety was sown in drills 2ft.. (iin. aiiart, and during growth was cultivated with a one-horso Planot Junior. Tlio jilot of ground chosen had previoiislybeen cropped with lucerne for scvoraV years, and tlio soil and basaltic (cho colate), both varieties gave about equal bulk of green fodder, estimated at 10 tons per acre. The Hsiao-mi (white) . averaged 6in. in height. The yellow variety did not grow so . tall as the white (ab...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

MECHANIC'S' ' JNSTI'J'liTli. Iho usual monthly meeting ot the com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Wednesday night, there being present : Messrs. O. J! Shannon (ill the chair), II. Nankervis, C\ H. Peek', A. J. Counsell, H. I\I'Voagh, C. Podmore, and A. Duller. Apo logies were received for the absence, ol Mod ern. J. G. Grayston and J. Denning. 'I by v chairman welcomed Mr. j. odniorc, a new member of the committee, and that gentle man suitably responded. Correspondence was read from tin- secretarv of the Sydney University ICxtension iloar(l, with reference to tho approaching visit of Professor Watt. The lion, secretary (Mr. Creagli) stated that Professor Watt would leavo Sydney on Thursday evening, 18th August, and . arrive at Tamworth 011 the following morning. His visit to Tamworth district would conclude 011 Tuesday evening, ii.'Jrd. The committee pas_ n'-l for payment amounts, totaling £17 n,io.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PROPOSED GOAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

PROPOSED GOAT INDUSTRY. A proposition has .been put before .the Queensland l.ands Derartment for the nc qiii'i-enieiit of an area of about ir,,()00 acres of hurl to establish an, industry which is new to that State — breeding goats lor their skins. It is not intended to rear high-class goats, tho skins being tho main object. In con junction with the goats, it is expected that ducks, etc., will be raised. It will he some what difficult to meet the rcquireincuts of the promoters, whose main object i» lu got nonr vu'hvnv communication,

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SANITARY ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

SANITARY ADMINISTRATION. Tlio most important phnso. of Municipal Government ami tho administration of tlio Local 'Government Act is undoubtedly in connection with tho adoption of up-to-date sanitation for country towns. As tlio popit hition of a town increases ,so does the urgency for nioro stringent methods in thu interests ill pubic health'. 'I ho importance of tho duties of sanitary inspector is therefore of the fust Older. 'I ho present occupant of the position has onlv been in Tamworth a short time, but those who havo come in close contact with his administration realise that ho is a capable ofheer bent on currying out a vigorous interpretation of tho Ordi nances. .An itiiforluiialu circumstance has, liowover, arisen, and which was brought into prominence a(i the meeting of the Council oil Tuesday even in;;, last. It appears that, half the salary of tho pre sent inspector is paid by tlio Public. Health Pepnitment. 'the ' inspector is therefore re sponsible to Iho Department for...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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LOWER DUNGOWAN PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

LOWKR DUNGOWAN PUUL1C HALL. The new hall at Lower Dungowan will be opened ou Tuesday night, i'.'jid August, 1 13' tlie holding of a grand public' ball. Special ai rangomeiits have been made for a success ful function and a high class supper will be prepared. Messrs. Leggett (violin). Inland ers (piano), and Walters (cornet), will pro . vido the music. Mr. A. D. Wilson is lion, secretary, and Mr. A. 11. Sippel, lion, trea surer.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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The Man on the Land. RAILWAY POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

The Man on the Land. ? JiAriiWAV POLICY. 'Cuiistnirf t.'ie niilivavs first and let lliu ; !' ^pcnplo I'olloiv''- advised a Kiicalccr at Clio an- \ nual -dinner of the Chamber -il' AKi'ieultuiu . j' last week. ''I'hore is no life sending t)io. j lieonle first to break tlieir lieriHs n'ul lose. ; i tlieir money.' And nobody doubts that the ' i' advice is sound and henltliy. I5ut, ivo hnvo ; I. always ]:evs:sted in' doing (he oilier thinj;. ; Given railways, petiole will follow and wax ' wealthy, comments the 'Stuck and Station |( , Journal.'' jli

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

White Star Line | DDR- 1 RF.GUI.AR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 | tuna Twin-screw Steamers, £ 'Ai'iuc,' '^n^nicy' ''PEi!Sic,n - 'R^NIC,' and 'SDEVIG. | FA R1CS— Capetown or V\nh™, to 6 £31 3s. London, £1!) to A. .HI. ; ^ Now York, Boston, cto., £2o/5 to ^ £36/0. ? | ONLY one ci.ass of accommoda tion. Cargo of all descriptions carricd at lowest Through booking!! to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and America on most favorahlo terms. . , Tho highest class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produco, Fruit, cto. For Rates of freight, Pamphlets, eto., ?pply to— DALQETY g, c0 . LTD ( Agents fit Newcastlo, ^ and nil Australian Ports. ^ Aberdeen Lm@. J NATAL, CAPETOWN end LONDON, via ( PLYMOUTH. ^ REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas- ^ sengers carricd. ^ FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd i ? Class— £16 to £20. J Saloon — Capo and Nnt^l, £31/10 ; ' 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. A Round the World Tickets from £126...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THOSE "DREADNOUGHT" FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

THOSE 'DREADNOUGHT' FARMS. ? Jlr. Perry, Alinister for Agriculture, says j! ; f.he Goi'orninent is preparini; to receive 100 ii lads each year, who wish to get practical ex- :fc ' j:orienee in Australian agriculture. ? These j- : hul.s will go on the 'Dreadnought' farms ' for a year under Government control. City |) lads from any part of New Smith AVnlos will i ? also be received on the forms, same terms j as:Britlsh boys whose fees are to he paid from the Dreadnought fund. 'Hie fee will be made J1 to suit the class of lad for whom the schemo 'is intended. Additional room is also hcvjiy ? .j made for lads at the experimental farms. '

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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RECORD TURN-UP OF TURNIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

11KCORD TURN-UP OK Tl'liMi'S. | . Mv. -J. O'Toole, of Spring Mount, near ? .Milltlvoipe, hint in-odueed a record cnn- of - i turnips of tho Swede variety. The tuher.-j j wero of extra fine quality ami attained an i enormous size. In several ins'tanees tli« weight of a 'single tuher was 8lhss while nearly 10 foils were taken from half-an-aere of land. This lindonhtedly constitute!! a re cord turnip crop for the Millthon:e district, : and speaks well for it., and in consequence *j all increased area will he jjiven to tlii.i class. j of vegetable next season. 1

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MR. O. A. EDWARDS, P.M. FAREWELLED AT THE COURT HOUSE, MUDGEE. CONGRATULATIONS BY MAGISTRATES, SOLICITOUS, AND THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

MR. 0. A. EDWARDS, P.M. j EAItlCWl'j'LLIOD AT THE C01M«T HOUSE, MUDGEE. c°NG1!ATU I , ATIONS 11 Y MAGISTKATICS, ; SOLICriOllS, AND THE POLICE. ,...At. tho Mudguo .Police Court, -in Kritlay , morning last, Jlr. 0. A.. Edwards, 1»:5I., says tho ?Alud^co 6uardiun,M was tho rooiniont of hearty congtntnlntions on J)is i)roinoti()n to 1 annvorth by Mr. W. Kollctt, 011 behalf of tho magistrates of tho district, and hv Mr. Edward Clnrko, on behalf of the le^al pro fession. Sub-inspector Atkinson also nresent 0d. Mr. Jfrhvimls with an illinmnatod addroas aud a handsome travelling bag, a srontane mis expression of congratulation amf respect 011 behalf of tho nokce of tho Jludgee dis trict. Ali- \v ir»ii.-M ^.,;,i. 11.. i,m ? 1 ? 1 Gentlemen, — I am here this morning to dis t-hiiL-go what is, to some extent, a verv plea sant duty; pleasant because wo know that, although Mr. Kd wards is leaving us, it means promotion for linn, and, perhaps, a bettor 'screw ' as well as promotion. I hope it will...

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OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

OUR LADIES' LETTER. 1 . (15y 'lJeseda.') ? ' I .SpiniK Hitli all its doliglitful freshness has ' iMiiied and with. it the dismal iiuws'- of n .stnku in tho meat trade. ?:.? 'I . . Strikes nui lieccnnini; so. niuch n- nmttor -il Ireijuent uccurronee Tliat we hardly no- ' tico tliom noiraiiavs, but tlioug;!i we mny ' be moderate cunsumers of meat, \ve shall . ; , ccrtamly miss our- lnodieuin if thu- lablo is ? not so sui)-)ltctl. 'i AMiiUL hu leave thu settlonient of such Wondrous, ponderous difficultic.s . to tlio inuii ? . 4; folk, we oxiSroisu' our bruins as: to' tlio host moans of doiim without t.luv mwmn« m-Hr.!.. domed us mvin» to a striltu. Somo suggest . n voKolannii diet, . otliurs -n corinl mid milk iiioiiu, ulnlst tlio would-bu wisu ones suggest no menu .it .ill, and .1 tnal of tlio fast cine . ^ 'th all duo - dofei unc.-o. to .the 1 fast euro ? ; and other, valuable, hints, \vu shall bo very deliKbted when tilings -rottini . to tlieir «or - mai atnto. - ;. ? . Tlio domesti...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, 14th August. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, 1-ltJi Amriist. I laiuworlli, — 11 a.m., 'The Prevailing Nnmo | of .fesus.' (1) ''Its Power in I'rayer. ' I / .30 p.m., 'Is there a God, ran wo a i-- ? proa eh IJini?' Kev. 10. Pocknall. I Philip. — 3 D.in.. Mr. I'1. W. Dawson. ? Diin.%-3 iV.in., Kev. 10. Pocknall. I

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METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, 14th August. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

METHODIST CHlIIfntI Sunday, l lili Aui'iist. 1 amwerth. 1 1 a.m., 3 n.ni., aud 7.30 p.m., West Taniw.irth. — 11 a.m., Jlr. .1. tlaslin-s- ' 7.30 n.111., .Mr. K. llariev-.lones. ' Atiin.»i.— 11 a.m., Mr. It. liarley-Jows. : llallsville. — 3 11.111., Mr. U. 1 larlcv-,Jone:i. \\ intcn. — 3 p.m., Mr. A. Kiured.' (»idle.v. — U *a.mv Mr. A. Kinrrd. Ox ley. — 11 a.m., Mr. W. Kelly. Goonoo Goonoo. — 3 p.m., Mr. S. li. Walker.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday, 14th August. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

l'RESBYTEHIANr crtnur'n .Sunday, llth Ai,.ri,.t. lannvcrth -n a n, ' A better . I.irthdav,' {e* James tosh, 15. A , li.l). ; 7.:)|) At I'eiiben's Watercourses. Ituv j' Cosh. Xemiii';lia. il a.m., Kev. -James Cosh. .Moon in. —U p.m., Kev.. .lames' Cnsli. Ciirrabubula. 3 p.m., on '1st August, l!cv I ?I. Cosh. i

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

CAT1I0I,IU CIIUItCMt Jannvoi'tli.— S't. Nicholas' Cluircli, ,Ma« every Sunday at 8 and ID.IIO a.m. ; ,„- week days at 7 a.m. Sundav ' School from !).:)() to HOH) a.m. I{o.,iin- S™' I1''' benediction, at 7,:)() * Evening; devotions every Kridav at 7 111)' lia])t.'sin anil (Jhurehji^.s even'' dav ,.r cepting; Sundays, from 10 to 11 a in ' ' Very liov. Dean O'Neill V F Rov. AV. A. Mullins. Ilcv. T. A. O'Brien.

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EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

EXPERIMKNTAL PLOTS. Inspector l''ry, of the Agrici.Ttural De piutinont, was in Taimvorth yesterday. In company with Messrs. ,31. J. Connors and J. Bielefeld, he drove out to the experiment al plots on Mr. A. forge's farm, about 5 miles distant. The object of tlio visit was to placo distinguishing tickets on tho various plots. The party found tlie wheat, which is a number ol incjics' above the ground, look ing well.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEAFE MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

]-E-\ KK MISSION. Mr. J. T. Leate is continuing his mission ! until Sunday next. On iiednesday he gave his lecture !m '.Mission Memories, -when a good gathering assembled to listen to his ex periences ^iu mission work in the Jiast End of London. Oil uiiday next Mr. Leafo preaches in the Methodist Church at 11 audi

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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CLAY'S VAUDEVILLE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

*CIjA^ & \ ALULX IIjLL (0 On Monday and luosdav evenings Ilarrv ?;:!--:.«Clay'8' Vaudevillo Coiiipaiiv anpoarud in the Centi il f lail, - and was accorded extensive putionage. Iho company is well up to the htuuhid, ud old tavontes met with a hearty l c 'option

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NEW COACHBUILDING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

NEW C0A01LHI ILDING HUSlM SS jli John Amber.': .announces m this issue c: that , he has purchased the coach-building ? .business, recently earned on bv Sir. A. Good will, and trusts to earn a fair sliaru oi pub lic mtronnge. |

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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