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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

1»;| cDONALD VlKH.MKS will bo pleased | 1»A to see you when making your nest futon-car purchases. Guiuiuituud t j pVnteo. 1

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Gaming Transaction. A GAMING TRANSACTION. FISH AND ANOTHER v. STANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

A Gaming Transaction. A. GAAIIXG TU AX'S ACTION. EISH AND ANOTHEtt v. STANTON. Ill _ the Supreme Court, Svdnev, Oil luesday, before the Chief' Jus tico, Air. ' Justice Pring, and Air ?Justice Gordon. Air. W. A. Walker, inl stru.eted liv Air. It. J. O'llalloran, of Tam worth (by his agent, Air. I{. II. Levien), ap peared' for the defendant in support of a de murrer to tho plaintiff's second renlieatinn ? ami Air. Mitchell, instructed bv Air. E. W. I,ee, for the plaintiff, in support, of the re plication rofei red to, and also in support of ii demurrer to, and also in supnort of a tle imirrer to defendant's plea. l'he plaintiffs, Adolpli 1 ,011 is I'ish and liewis Packer, tradiii' as I'ish and Packer, sued A. Stanton to re cover £300, being amount of a promissorv lioto at three months made by niaiiitiffs in favor of J. JO. Maidens, and endorsed bv tho latter to the plaintiffs. Tho defendant plead ed that tho promissory note was given to Maidens, who wa.s a bookmaker, in consider ation...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

W KDNIi.SDA Y, AUGUST 17. C. P. Dowe continued his evidence. He stated : I Jinve heard the District Surveyor's report read, and in which it is stated that a suspension of residence for a certain period would meet my case. I do not agree with that — I wish I could think so. I do not consider it would meet illy case from what the. doctors tell mo. To the Jicard: Before I applied for t.'ie land I was unwell, and went into a private hospital, but thought 1 had obtained a per manent cure on coming out. In, the first instance the doctor thought an operation would meet mv case. Since then one doctor has altered his opinion, and thinks my ill ness is caused by nervous trouble. I do not intend to go in for farming pursuits in the future, but for grazing. Grazing pursuits are less exacting. To Mr. Stevenson: I have myself found what I stated io lie the ease. I To the Board: I have had practically no return from the land so far owing to the fall in the price of stock since I went on. To Air. B...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WASH THE UDDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

/ 'WASll 'Jii1; UDDERS. KiivTo' ilenionstrnto -w'hv milk is dirty an' ex : pel iinuit wis tiled \t an experimental sta tion, uul ?jonu li jui es were olilaincd as t6 thu iinouiil of dill filling: Troiii udders ap ] iionlU clem uilid, md muddy. . A dish .. of the aame (11111110101' as an ordinary milk v !])iiil was hold under an. udder for IJ minutes, wlnlo ih- milkci went thiough .-motions simi lu to those inidi 111 milking, but not draw ing am milk 'I lit, dul thus .collected wns tlioimighh dncd and weighed. As nn avcr ago1 -if 75 trials inade at different seasons ol ? -tho'-vear it was- round that the' weight in gi mis of dnt wlni'i foil -from udders appar ? v:j ontlv clean was 0.0152, from udders slightly soiled 0 1316, and from muddy udders 0.8831. -.-?-From -those data it was calculated that from imiddv -udders 1 oz. of dirt would fall into tho milk m 32 nnlkiugs, or that every 275 ? lbs. of milk would contain 1 oz. of filth. ? After each ol the above tests the udder was - wash...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GREAT PORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

A GREAT PORKER. An immense hoy belonging to' Mr. William Harris, of 'West Sniilhficld, has just been slaughtered nt Springforcl Manor, Milton. Tho animal, w h iuh \\ is a Jersey red boar, 2J vears old, weighing alivo 100911)., and dress ing 1 J3') lbs It immured 21 ft. across the loin, .2.1 ft., across the hams, and G ft.' in girth. This made the hog. 3 ft. through. 'I lie hnius are ? monsters 111 size, and the vast . stretch -. of tiorn 111 tlio long waist is borne lust: above tne ground bv four comparatively ' .. . .-small lect.v .tl ho usual' norker is a mere pig mv bv its side; the biggest hog heretofore - . grown- was slnuglitered some two years ago i iu New loik Its dead weight wns 120? 11 s

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HINDOO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

nixDoo sj n clous. At tho last .mooting of the Casino district council of Fnrmors and Settlors' Associations, the following motion wns carried; — 'That tho Government bo asked to resume the selec tions -that have been successfully balloted for by Hindoos or . Asiatics, and confirmed to tliem, ns thev nro a source of unrest in tho locality 111 which- they reside.'

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICKLY PEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

P1MCK1 A' PEAK. Thu Queensland Government is grappling with the prickly near question, and with the' noxious weeds trouble generally. O11 both I mining reserves and general reserves nil ' areas not needed for tins purposes for which' tlio reserves were nroelninied nro to bo cut! out and settled, and from tho revenue deriv ? od from tho balnnce the shiro councils are to lie empowered to spend money 011 clearing ? 1 lio reserves of weeds. In addition, the com pulsory removal- of weeds froni ronds niul freeholds i.s to -bo provided for in an amend ing bill. ?

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

AN 'HONEST It I0.MEDY Kbit COLDS. . Any druggist n offer you tlio choice of '-'? a dozen or more cimjsJi 'syrups.' Hut it behoves vou to use some circumspection in selecting a medicine lo put into your slom ach, as a cure lor your disease. Remember that von require, for the real cure of a dan-' 'gerous disease something more than a lucre soothing svrup. This is why it, will be best for you to take Dr. Sheldon's New- , Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It is a careful .y mado, and perfected scientific, curative me dicine, prepared wil.ht he idea not merely of ' relieving a cough, but of curing tho disoaso which brings 011 the cough. It is an honest medicine which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lungs; or if the result i,-j honest ly unsatisfactory to you, your money will honestly be returned. Try if. Obtainable at nil stores mid Pullman's Pharmacy,*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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HOW TUBERCULOSIS IS SPREAD. AN INTERESTING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

HOW TUBERCULOSIS IS SPREAD. AN IN 1 l.liliS I ING STATEMENT. ? I he sub-commit tee 011 the dissemination of bovino tuberculosis (111 connection with the - International Commission) submit the ap peiulod rouort 011 tho means for the dissemi nation of this disease; based 011 the present knowlodgo ot the life history of tuberclo .- bacilli. 'Ihe nossible means for the dissemi nation oi tins disease are enumerated as follows — 1 Tlie introduction into a sound herd of a ' I'.n animal or minimis aflccted with tubercu- I : -losis ;' (a) open tuberculosis; (b) those in which the disease is 111 a period of incuba tion , nid (c) those 111 which the lesions are toni] qi irilv arrested. Ihe last group will ' not transmit the infection speedily and pos sibly 111 11 v never do so. 1 he first group is ? certain to spread tho vims. 2 By feeding calves the milk, whole or ^-?soparatad, from .tuberculous cows, or by 1 ceiling wnev lrom cnoese lactones wncnj liiu nnl'v his come I rom tuberculous cows. ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

FIODIORAL POLITICS. In the House of Representatives, Air. Kin layson moved that the sale -»f intoxicating liquors should he prohibited within tlie prc ciucis of the House. The debate was ad* iourned. Leave was given for the introduction of a Bill to provide for a referendum on the ciucs tion of amending the Constitution hy a mea sure which proposed to abolish State Go vernments for a unilorm system of Govern ment throughout the Commonwealth, and for the subdivision of Australia into pro vinces. The Ministers for Defence in moving the second reading of the Defence Bill in tho Senate, expressed the opinion that tlie sub ject of defence should be, as far as wissible, a non-party question. He e.nnouueed Iho Government would issue a proclamation in September with a view of introducing the system in January. The scheme would mcai» that provision would be made for about KM), 000 senior cadets, and in July, 10PJ, the first draft would pass to the citizen forces. Tho debate was adjourned.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ARNST WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

ARNST AVINS. Arnst won the sculling match easily. Ho took tin* lead at the start, and was a length good at the mile. Krom there home Barry rowed a forlorn hope and Jinally gave up . 200 yards from the finishing post. A rn s{. won hy two lengths. Barry was quito satisfied the best man won, and found A rust a stiff proposition, and was in trouble after going half a mile.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

In Meuioriam. WALTKRS. — In loviuy; remembrance of my dear husband, who passed away August . l!l, The Lord ;rave and the Lord taketh away, Blessed lie the name of the Lord. Inserted by his lovi:-. ' wife, Eliza 'Walters. , .i 'm. i j '..w . ij

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

CLOSER SIOTTLIOAHONT. A total area of 531.1 lo acres has heen^ re sumed for closer settlement and subdivided into 1138 farms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

YOU WILL 1510 SBHPBISIOD TIow much butter you feel if .Vour stomach is in good condition. Dr. Sheldon's Diges tive Tubules will improve your digestion at once. Price, %2ji): Obtainable at all stores and Pullmau's Pharmacy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND NIGHT—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

SIOCCXI) NIGHT— THTHSDAY. , There was another big gathering last night, which was more for the younger folk of tlie town. Kancy sets predominated :is on the first night, following are the particulars of the sets : — Advertisement set, arranged by Mrs. J, A. Hilcv and Miss Galloher. — Miss Mabhott, representing l^eis and Schdrowski's 'Namoi waltz'; Miss Hughes, 'Tamworth Observer'; Miss MeFadyen, 'Tamworth News'; Miss Collier, Arnott's 'Biscuits'; Miss Rowlands, Arnott's 'Luvo Cakes' ; Miss O'Neill, Kieh and Co. ? 'Dimla Tea*'; Miss Homeward, GoodenrPs 'Tents'; Miss Campbell, 'y\j. Saints' Wines'*; Miss Condon, T. J. Tre loar and Co.; Miss Tory, G. and W. 'Uii bault; -Miss Mahafle.v, J. A. Selig; Miss Mason, The State Stores, Ltd.; Miss lloban, P. G. Smith and Co.: Miss Dempse.v, Pres otitt'.s, Ijtd., 'Daisy Butter'; Miss Bussell, Clifford Love and Co. This set comprised girls only. Thev wore white muslin drosses, whito paper hats, and wands, each firm re presented having a different...

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STATE POLITICS. A HEATED DEBATE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

STATE POLITICS. A H10AT10I) DIOBA'l JO. (By Wire.) ? SY DNIOY, Fridav. \ cited charges made against the Govern- 1 mont in connection with trafficking in lands, ' comprised within the Barren Jack Irrigation! area, pjovoked a heated debate in the As- 1 sembly last- evening. 1 'file Minister for Works moved for leave to1 bring in a Bill to make certain nrm-ixinns m respect^ of the acquisition of lauds required for irrigation, and other purposes, in con nection with the Barren Jack dam. He ex plained it had been honed to bring iii a general Bill dealing with the resumption am! management of tno area affected bv the dam, but when it was found such a lengthy pleasure could not be prepared in time,°and in view of the report of some trafficking go ing on in lauds that would he directly af fected hy the irrigation works, it was de cided to bring in a short Bill to resume the area indicated. 'I here was a provision in the Bill that the value of the land should he valued up to date at the time...

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. OPIUM SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Press Telegraphic) Association.) SYDNEY. OPIUM SMUGGLING. 1''day? It w proposed to introduce legislation into the Kederal Parliament to make opium smug gling an indictable offence.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Cycle Notes. A TRIP TO "WOODHOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Cycle Notes. A Tit IP TO ' ' \VOODHO L'SK. ' (By 'Waratah.') A scecial general meeting of the Tamworth Bicycle- Club was held at Nail's Commercial Hotel on Wednesday night, when a good number of members were present. Air. R . Webster bein;; in the chair. A good deal of correspondence was received re tlie Speedwell road race, also a circular letter from the New castle Bicycle Club informing the members that a 'Great Northern Centre' is to be /ormed and asking the Tamworth club to co operate. Moved by Mr, E. Young, — 'That the Taimvorth club m.t fall in with Newcastle but form a Northern Centre, with headquar ters at Tamworth, embraciini all tnwns be tween Ouirindi, Glen limes and Bo^y;abri. ' Seconded by Mr. J. Rowlings, and carried. A letter from Mr. A. Bailey, containing a choline for Cl/10y'(i, was received, and a hear ty vote of thank?-, was missed to tho donor. After a .vote'of thanks was missed to the chairman, the meeting rose. A very successful run of the Bicycle (Till) was h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

GRODNO WINES -5*^- Awarded SEVERAL Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney ! Glentruim W^hisky. ('wool brokers. .{) I FAT. STOCK SALESMEN. STOCK and STATION AGENTS I regul»r \&g SHEEPSKINS. HIDES. TALLOW. | ( sales of 1 mi 11 fl I RABBIT SKINS. MARSUPIAL SKINS, (s 1 Ik ®f UWL WHEAT. OATS. CHAFF &c.. .. (L bj ' ® Circular Quay, Sydney. I ?B I Is Ihe safe I Slimulani ) If has recognised 1 Medical Properties. | SMART TIES. ' We're showing* an exceptionally dainty assortment of Oxford and Broadways in plain and fancy patterns. Tlie splendid variety will render a good selection easy. They're^ 'worth your .inspection for they are certainly worth more than we're ask ing* for them. Oxfords, 3cl to 2/6; Broadways 1/- to 4/0. J\HT TP '17 1? ^ ' AV licrc Me a Dress Eetter,' „ H . XV U M ^9 l'cc-stree , Tamworth/. Home Beauty at Small Cost. ? Nothing can equal tlie exquisite beauty of a Wuuderlich H EM Metal Ceiling. It is amply decorative— hygienic— germ H MB proof— fireproof— and las...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

: Ss i hmv lirddo'tho skin In to ^ '*, fcai'f r from ilisli^iirin * blotches 2 $- and eruptions ; nit, i how liable it j -f *-*. '«Uo, to j;et c»: t and hurt tu ii f nil en ilitiujn of life— at homo, ft $ in wi-sk nnd at phiy. Them § im'l a woman in tho home, a cr r. man iu Iho streot, but § !il?f ? I 'V XAM-BUIi BALM to-^| ?-« 'lav or to-morrow. h may be to g chock a au-lden onslaught of BE ' j j»Ij n disease, to soothe ami heal gj *i n n:My nut or burn, to remove & ? an un-!i:hil,y pimplo or sore, to §i .} Ktivn'jthou u sprained joint, or R *9 to ' rub out' a pam For all S llitisi- ihiip-'s there's notl'intf lij^^^

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