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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. THE ART OF BEING GRACEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
THE HOME COLUMN. ? o:o ? , CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jeunoviv.') Till': ART OK BEING GRACEFUL. | Jho first step awl tliu most important iu' the whole subject of physical culture is style. ill walking, and a graceful carriage of the head. A really plain girl can create such all attractive personlity by mastering this step that her companions will have no inclination to analyse her skin-deep beauty. Wry few people understand the great secret -if 'per- sonality,' and would deny that it is largely j physical. At first thought it seems like :i i moan quality, but nrovided a girl has just j ordinary mental , ability, and a good stock of sense, sue can possess this myster ious attraction of personality by means oF physical culture. Learning to stand proper ly and to walk well will be the unconscious: euro of many ills, bcsules being essential to* porsonal beauty: it is a certain step toward.; good health, which is the keynote of beauty. What every plain girl has to say is this: 'I* cannot...
A NEW IDEA FOR BAZAARS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
A NEW IDEA FOR UAZA.AKS. American churches havo many curious ivaya (i of raising funds, and ono of the latest is , 'basket social.' Tho ladies of tho church | each set to work to trim a basket tlaiiifcilii and prettily, and put in it as nice n suppf/r for two as they know how to, and take it to the church where the social is to be held. Tho baskets aro then taken jn cliavgo by the parson, and no 'one butv tho ladv -win* tilled, it is supposed to know who is tin* owner 'of any particular basket. 'At tho appointed, hour the baskets are put up for salo by auc tion, and the highest bidder not only gets, tho basket and contents, but also tho privi lege of eating tho supper in coaipanj' ivitli tho lady who put up. Of course, tho girls generally let the swain they a.ve most fond. of teasing know when their basket is put up for sale, and when, as is often the case,, thero aro two of tlieni, tlio (lidding becomes brisk. Married men are allowed to bid, which, tlioy do freely, aud to stimulate...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] THE TAMWORTH ELECTION. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. tAVe do not necessarily endorse the opinion, of our corrrapoudciiU.] THli T AM WO If TIL KLKCTION. (To tlio editor.) .Sir, — I have been thinking out llns coni ing election in my own crude way, ami so far I 11111 puzzled, jlr. Lord is in tJie field, so I hoar, ami the fact that there, is going to be a contest shows that we electors are ask ed to make a change in our representative. Mow, I have known our iiresent member for 25 years, and 1 do not know Air. Lord. Why doesn't he let me know him, and his views? If he emnes into Tamworth, Quirindi, or any large centre early aim ma ices a sneecn we people, who cannot adord time to travel miles to out-of-the-way places, would have a chance of -forming an opinion. Hut ho doe.s not do that. They say he is in the field, hilt to llpo a cricket phrase, I think lie is scouting 011 the boundary. Let him come to the wick ets wliero wc can see his form, and then we can form an opinion. If he is genuine he should do that quickly, bec...
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
FOOTBALL FLASHES. (Hv 'Clitic.') I'he Knglish League team concluded their tour of the Antipodes ou Saturday by de- 1 leatiug a New South Wulr.s team by o0 points to 1-. 'I he home Stale was completely out-] classed, a result, attributed to the fact that all the best league men wore awav in yueena land plaving tin* Hanana Slate! The Kng lisluiien have Mailed for '.home' carrying £7000 in their pockets; their share of 'the profits of a Irghly successful tour. Central North »rn ( Tamworth) meet the Hunter Union at Maitland ou August 20. I lie winners cl tbi.s mutch will meet the win ners of the far northern division for tlio championship of the northern district for tlie season 1U10. On Wednesday, Treloar's beat Smith's, and Helm's received, a forfeit from State Stores. On Wednesday afternoon, a Ouirndi eom b. nation, assisted by some Tamworth players, met the combined stores 011 the Oval. The ganio resulted in a win for Tamworth by live points to three. The following team has been sel...
TESTED RECIPES. Orange Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
TESTED UECIPIiS. Orange Cake. One pound flour, four ounces castor sugar, rind of .one orange, two eggs, eight ounces Jbutter,- two Iteaspoonsful baking powder, juico of two oranges. It lib the butter lightly in the flour, then stir iu baking powder and castor sugar. Grate the rind of the orange into a bowl, and squeeze in the juice of two. Beat tho eggs, add these with the orange juice and grated rind to tho flour until the result is r. very st:ff paste. Put it in small, rough heaps on a greased baking sheet, and hake in a quick oven tor about 111 teen min utes. Frangipani Cream. This is made by putting a cup of thin cream or rich mill; into a saucepan with two scant tablcspoonsful fl'.ur m'xed through it. i'ut on fire, and w'.iiii it thickens add tho volks of two eggs, a piece of butter, and two tablosponsful of sugar. Mix well and cook where it will not curdle for five min ims, then cool, and an ounce of chopped al monds, and a teaspoonful flavoring. Indian Pea Soun. Put a pint of...
THE KISS FEMININE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
' THE KISS FKMININIS. The kiss ought to be abolished — thai, is, of course, the woman's kiss. The masculine kiss is entirely exempt from these renin.'.ks. Women kiss each other so much— and for so littlo — that it lias quite come to lose its significance. They kiss when they meet, and when they part; they kiss each other ^vhi-: they love each other, and they kiss each other wlieu they Jiato each other. ' It is positively absurd lo see women slobbering each other iu the street. Many of tlieni say they bate it, but the lit'ideet to bestow the kiss might' be taken to assume that ill-feeling exists. Which is neither logical i: v reasonable; but woman never win; very logical. Convention's chains bind her too tightly. This salutation is now such a delusion that it is time it was abolished.
A WONDERFUL HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
A AVONDERFUL HUSBAND. The bride's fair cheeks wore dampened with the tears. born ill her eyes, As sho gazed on the wreclcage of her lmlf cremated pics ; And as her 'mind reverted to somo othev things she'd spoiled, ' . The grief within hor bosom like it scthing cauldron boiled. ' ) 'I make' so many blunders, ' she unto ber husband said, 'That you must almost hate me. Oh, I wish that I were dead!'* And that eccentric husband, thus sweet con solation spake, 'Tlicy are nothing to the blunders that my mother used to make.'
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
... CUA1UTY IlKCilNS AT 1IOMK. I lie .Musical Society announce in connec tion. -witji their Grand Philharmonic Concert, which they intend to produce on Wednesday, August 31st, that an operetta, entitled, 'Charity begins at Home, ' will be staged. '? Niuitli, who was .so successful in the Society's last production, 'The Geisha,' in the part, of 'W'un Hi,' will take the part ot lleadle lliinipiis. Miss llaiiibury, who lias won such encomiums for her acting, will ]-ortrny the character of Mrs. liunipus. An enjoyable night's entertainment mav be pre dicted.
AN HONEST REMEDY FOR COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
AN HONEST UEM1WY FOIl COLDS. Any druggist can offer you tho choice of 11 dozen or more cough 'svrii.ru.' Hut it bejioves you to use some circumspection in selecting a medicine (o put into your .sioui ach, as a cure for your discai-o. Hcnieniber that you require, for the real cure of 11 dan gerous disease something 111010 than n mere soothing syrup. This is wliv it will he best for vou to take Br. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds.. It i;j a carefully mado, and rerfected scientific, curative me dicine, prepared with tho idea not merely of l-el'eving a cough, but of curing the disease which brings -111 the cough. Tt is an honest medicine which will honestly cure ,-inv disease of throat or lungs: or if the result is honest ly unsatisfactory to von, your money will honestly be returned. Try il. Obtainable at all stores mid Pullman's Plmnimcy,* 1
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
COURSING. The Coursing Club hold a very successful meeting oil tho Pliimnton 011 Wednesday af ternoon. The weather was line, and the pub lic attended in satisfactory numbers. Visitors were present from neighbouring towns, Armidale especially being well repre sented. Good coursini; was witnessed * throughout the meeting. Mr. J. liradv acted as slipper, and Mr. W. Scully as judge. . The following arc tho results: — All A^ed Stakes, lor 8 greyhounds at £1/1/. Winner £0/(5./, runner up £2/2/. Seddon beat Lantana. Millionaire beat Sir George. Hazelproof beat Miss Wobb. No. 13 boat Gitana. FIRST THIS. ; Jlillionaire beat SeO.don after ail 'unde cided coisrso. No. 13 beat Hazelproof. DECIDING COCII1SIO. Mr. C. 11. Woodhonse's (Quiriiidi) b and w d., No. 13 liraddon's Blot — Lanollno, boat Mr. O. II. Hall's (Manilla) b. d. Millionaire, liraddon's Blot— Lanolinc. Novice Stakes, for 1(- i;ro,vhound.s at 15/ that have never won more than £3/3/: Winner 08, runner up 1'2, two do;rs at £1 each. N...
MASONIC BALL. A BIG SOCIAL EVENT. BRILLIANT SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
MASONIC BALL. A lilG SOCIAL EVI'iNT. HIULLIANT .SPKCTACLIi. When the members of the Peel Masonic Lod^o decided to hold a ball this year it was generally considered that everything would be can;:ed out in a hiMi-t'lass manner. This proved to be the ca.se, for all who at tended the Alhambra Hall on Wednesday evening last carried away with them pleas ing recollections of a brilliant and ^ay function. eTlie interim* of the hall was most artisti cally docorated. The decorations consisted of palms, oalace « nd and statuary, with a porch at tlie entrace to the ball room con structed of lattice worls, covered with wis teria and colored electric lights. Messrs. \v. Green and \V. !*. r»»iohn were responsible for tlie decorating part of the ball. Hundreds of small colored electric lights displayed 'theni^lves throughout the hall, the effect boiiiis most pleasing. Mr. G. All hut supervised the placing in position of these lights, which were supplied by Messrs. Noyes llros., of Sydney. The galle...
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. August l.'.th is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBll & BEEMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. worth (Chas. Gibb, Iato principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman, late Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who have been visiting this town for somo years, aro the principals, so clients can rely on tho most expert Eye sorvico in con sulting us. Next visit: Monday, August 15t.ii,