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A Valuable Testimony Regarding "L.K.G." Milking Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
A Valuable Testimony Ke garding 'L.K.Gr.' Milking Machines. ' f A Tow months ago wo supplied M'r. A. H. Woods, of the. noted Glen Elgin iS'trnl, Tn- j veroll, with an 'Ij-Iv-O''' M'lkinir Machine | Plant. This 'jjenllomani writes t« us this woolc a.-, folknvs :— 'I' have- now had a fair trial,, with tlio 'Tj-K-C!' Millsmfj Machines. I e'm . quite satisfied' that they are alright and dp no harm to the cows. I am milking uj- tfi 'fO-coivs; thoy- are- nil valuable pedigree Ayrshire sludi cows. After four months' t rial- the cows' teats are ill perfect condition. None of. my cows havo been affected in any . way. Some of their teats had cracks on be- ;i fore tlio machines were used but that trouble disappeared when the cows wero milked by j iho 'L-K-G Machines. In another por tion of the letter All*. Woods says: — 'I liavo* broken in fcveral heifers with tho machines .» nil I hev :'ive down every di'oi) of their milk do net. rc iu:re anv si ripping.*! We receive many such letters as llie...
Politics of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Politics of the Country. Ml-. Tudor, Fodoral Minister for Custom:-:, lias liad a shoddy boot sent to him, said lo havo been mndo in one of the Stales. lie intends lo havo inquiries mndo. Tho Sydney correspondent of tho Financial ' Supplement of tho 'Times' condemns the Federal nolo issue, partly as a desire to bor row without appearing to Ihiitow. Siuco a bank cannot allon! to storo notes mid gold, tho scheme will havo tho effect of depleting the gold stock which enabled Australia to ship £20,000,000 of gold abroad after . the drought of 1002. -Considerable opposition is shown iu Liberal ' circles to tlio '-.'suggestion that tho N.S.W. electoral system should bo. iimoiidcd by tho introduction -if the second ballot. Tho Pre mier says that tlio, question is not- finally de cided. Mr. Fisher, roplyiug to London . criticism on tlio note issue,; said apprehension of dan- . ger to tho gold -reserve or bank interests - would not bo realised. Tn tlio House of Represonta lives clause 8 of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Local Option Poli, '8 91 oil j TO TOE ELECTORS. § ' HOW TO VOTE. I j I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing B j ? «he Electorate continue ... ... Jftk H ; I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing B j in the Electorate be Reduced ... ... B J I Vote that No Licenses be granted in the I i Electorate ... ... ... ... ... § 5 N.B. — THE THIRD RESOLUTION means that ALL i j EXISTING LICENSES in the Electorate i : WILL BE CANCELLED. | ! VOTE in the TOP SQUARE for CONTINUANCE 1 ? | 6F 1IGENSE under GOVERNMENT SUPERVISIOnJ S— — 3CTnm^n«aa— eg—T^TtfrjiiTmaiuag— I 50% Increased Efficiency I FROM YOUR HORSES BY USING I No Qpoclal Whool or . Hub required. IfgL Sultnll Vehicles Light I iiftgl or Heavy Old or Now. | fell— ? : ? I [?] I Obtainable from all I 'U ' ^ Coachbulldors. ^ r= ? Evory Axle ? Guaranteed. I Figure out YOUR Inereasod profits grained by the oxtra work dono by your Horaee* W. S. FRIEND & CO., 113 York Street, SOLE WHOLESALE AGENTS. SYDNEY. ; V*THE SECRET^V / OF MX ...
STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
STATU POLITU S. Tho Stato Assembly agreed (o the con struction of a line of goods railway to Darl ing Island, at an estimated cost of ,L81M,000. The House approved of the introduction of a hill to constitute a tribunal to lis the mini mum wage for persons engaged in clerical work. Preliminary notice was given in con nection with tlie. introduction of Bills to amend the 'Parliamentary Elections Act and iix ^liKn.if i-i vnl'di'iiiwIninNlii. f.iw.ut reduction of members of . the I-og-'slative Council ; also for (he prevention of a dead lock in the latter chamber. The Council's amendments in the C'rown Lands^ Amendment Hill were agreed to, and the Kire Hrigades' Act Amendment Hill was read the Iirst time. Tho Council put tlie Saturday Half Holiday H:ll, and tho Workmen's Compensation Hiil through their Jinal stages.
OF INTEREST TO THE MAN ON THE LAND. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Ol-' INTEREST TO TH IC MAN O.N T11K , LAND. (To the Editor.) Sir,— 111 the coming election matters of minor importance seem to bo forcing them selves to the front, while really important points are more or less overlooked. for instance, hardly any landholder ever seems to realise that tho' Political Labor Party have committed themselves irrevocably to doing away with freehold tenure. Plank 1 of the Lahor'platforin lor lilld provides for Iho immediate cessation of Crown Lands sales, which means 110 freehold will be given for any C'rown Land if a Labor ministry should come into power. Plank 22 of the Labor Party, 1!)1(), is the mitiomilisat:oii of land, which means no free hold to anyone, and that all existing tenures will be done away with. Mr. Neilson, member for Yass, the recognis ed mouthpiece of tho Labor Party 011 all land mutters, -leclares against the conversion of the homestead selections and settlement leases into freeholds. Speaking 011 the Convention Bill; ill tho Legislat...
Cycle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Cycle Notes. (liv 'Waratah. 1 Tho l()-nrle road rate, promoted by the Tamworth Hicyele. (Hub, eventuated on Wed nesday last in perfect weather and attracted a good crowd of riders and spectators. Tho race was a good one and presented an ex citing finish. The .successful competitors were: — .1. Morris (2.M), 1st, riding time, 2!)- 10; .1. Creevev (tt.HO), 2nd, riding time, .'30-12; (_'. Sneddon * (2.M), 3rd, riding time, 2!)-l2. Fastest time was also secured by tlie winner, who won by about three lengths, hall a wheel separating second and third. Tho ollieials did their part* well and special mention may be made of the way .Mr. U. A. Hritten. junr.. handled the watch. The pri/.es were presented at night at Nail's Com mercial Hotel,- where a good crowd gathered, Mr. Tobin being in the chair. A vote ol thanks was passed to Mr. ,J. Morriss for a donation of iO/l) to the club. Kiders an* reminded that unless they are legistered with the 'I.oagr^ f-f \V.heelmen they cannot compete in any ...
Guyra to the Coast Proposed Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Guyra to tlie Coast Pro posed Railway. A largely-attended railway meeting was held at Guyra on .Monday last, under the presidency of Mr. Will. Jloore. Tho chairman extended a welcome to the various delegates. He was very pleased to seo sncji a represontativo gathering, which augured well for the prospects of the Guyra route. Mr. Moore then went on to point out why Gnvra should bo the starting point of a railway to the coast. 'Ihrut, miles south way between Sydney and Brisbane. From Guvra to the coast, splendid, country existed, which,, if opened up, would maintain a large population, and. must at all times support such a railivay to the benefit of the Stato generally. What they wanted, however, was an over-sea port, and the delegates from Coif's Harbor had recently pointed out to tlioin that Coil's Harbor was the best natu ral port on the eastern coast. Tho object of the meeting, however, was to devise means, of procuring evidence to place before the Decentralisation Commission. Tho...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. J'ORj MOHILY '\IJiIJHNG 'JJie nsinl foi tnn;lith ineetuig of (ho A hi- j lucipal Counnl was held 011 'hiesdnv night' list,i.theie heiujf piesuit Aid Ales Mntht son (Jli\oi), Sihwait?, Howlett, l'tpoi, Ui it- j to i, lson, But/, .inti Ad mis Apologies foi absonco «eio letened fiom Aid NanUeivis, ' Austin, Gieen, and Wlute COR RESPONDIONCK. . ' 1'ioni A. iSloUes, linn, sccrctarv or Wnlla moio Piogiess AbsoLi.ition, stating that nt .1 I 4 meeting tho following inotiun was passed: — 1 'lh.it the jUuineiiiil Council he 1 efjn ested ? to fei 111, gravel, and diain the load- fiom 1 At est 'I amwoi tli 1 ulw ij gates, past the tonio- 1 . . ten, to block 3 j Peel Jtiver settlemont area. ' I Iho lettoi was rcfeired to tho Works Com-' Jiutteo ' . I .- I?' 0111 Hai vej- Bros.;- asking ; pennissiou to .. liang..two toniporar.v: signs : at their shop- in':' Peel-sti eet -^Gi nnted j From 11 number or residents at the top end of Bi isb.n,e-stioot diawmr; the attention of tho Cou...
ALD. SCHWARTZ CAUSES THE COUNCIL TO ABRUPTLY ADJOURN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
ALD. SCHWARTZ CAUSES THE COUN CIL TO ABRUPTLY ADJOURN. Aid. Schwartz, who had been continually called to order by the Mayor throughout the mooting with reference to a coniplnint about Rawsoii-street or Rawson Avenue, here said ho wished to know what the Council intended to do in the matter. M'as tliis street going to I10 dedicated? he asked. Aid. Schwartz .became, quite dramatic in his attitude and speech, and tile Mayor said if he would only resume his scat he would answer tho question. AVhon Aid. Schwartz was prevailed upon to sit down' thu Mayor said il was through Aid. Schwartz's own action that nothing had boon done.. Tho AVork.s Committee took levels, and Aid. Schwartz found that if any thing was dune to the street* his prijj'.oi't.v would he interfered -with — the footpath would have to be built up against his pro perty.' Aid. Schwartz thereupon asked tho Works Committee not- to do anything. Aid. Howlett: That's a fact. Turning to Aid. llowlclt, Aid. Schwartz culled him u lja...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Terrible Indigestion. 'I'AINS IN 'I in: HACK. MM KM I 13 ???«? THRUSTS — DISTENTION AM) WIND .. CAUSttl) GREAT DISTKESSRE CAME COMPLEI EIA INSISNSlliLE bile ui.ans riis'iori; pi:uki-ct ? :v. . HEALTH '10 A SUFFERING ' H0USL3AVIFE ''I suffered- torribly from indigestion,' says Alia. C. Olnrksnn, or Davev Park li\. ... . , liitu, Clyde; near .Sydney, 'and but for Bilo , / .Humis I do not, know what would bnve ' be ,-(:ilio (if lnu. When I .used to take a breath . - /^h.up p.uns like kmfu-thi lists would catch mo butn con tlio shoulders, making mo gasp in agony, whilo tll? heavy weight that seemed to settle on my ch est used. to bo most ([is . tiessing. . 'lhon my liver not disorganised and became enlarged, nnd lrliiJo living nt Auburn I had; n miist terrible bout of bili .. (lusnoss. 'Iho ...wind and vomiting fits used ? to cause mo agony unbearable, and I was tlmt Kiddy , that I'luudlv (lined trust nivself to . stand. . M.V stomach would swell up, and II used tn belch forth sour, nau...