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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. WHEN IS A GIRL A FLIRT? [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jcunoviv.') AVH13X IS A GIltl. A KURT? A girl is a flirt when she deliberately and wilfully leads a mail oii to suppose that she loves him, whereas she is only gratifying her own vanity, and has no intention of accepting him. Others lead a man on for the sake , of what they can Kiiin thereby — theatres, concerts, and all the little attentions a man loves to shower upon the girl he admires. The bright, lively girl who has plenty to snv for herself, and does not openly court tho admiration of men, but who has a cor-! tain charm about her, is not a fliit. The frank, straightforward girl seldom is. It is the maiden with the soft, dreamy eyes, and the soft, .seductive voice, who becomes the dangerous flirt, and whose chief amusement consists in fooling her admirers. To be popu lar with men, girls need not necessarily flirt with tliem. Girls should he gracious without being too forward, and not allow their ad mirers to overstep the mark. The bri...

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

TKACH1NG HOUSliWIFKBY. To tho uninitiated it seems remarkable that it should be necessary to teach house wifery. Who is to blame that girls grow up ill home surroundings without even being able to cook the proverbial potato? In most cases they evince a decided aversion to try ing to learn. School-days left behind, they gleefully hie themselves to factories, shops, or dressmaking establishments, and to them the girl who has no ambition above scrub bing floors and looking after children is not worth considering. And yet these girls aro pre-eminently those who should have train ing ill housewifery duties, and, above all, in marketing. Given a limited income, the hap piness and security of tho household practi cally hinges on the wife's managing capa bilities. Surely, if a man is not justified iu marry ing unless he is certain of being able to pro vide the household daily bread, no girl should attempt to superintend a liomo without being fitted for licr duties.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. AYcather conditions during the week ended a.m. Friday, 12/8*10: — Tlie various weather systems which travers ed the continent during the past week, tra velled at 1111 abnormally- rapid rate, with the result that, although one wa.s a rather ener iroHc ileiu-ession. its onerations over New Smith AVales were but transitory, and tho attendant rainfall, light to moderate, associa ted with thunderstorms, chiefly along the slopes and tablelands. During last Sunday night some light to heavy rainfall and rough seas 011 the North Coast also occurred as the result of the influence of a tropical disturb ance near New Caledonia. The heaviest falls were: 247 points at Ballina, 110 at Capo Byron, 00 at Tweed Heads, 78 at AVoolgoolga, and 05 at Clarence Heads. High pressure conditions prevailed, for the most nart, with fine weather and northerly winds,' together with an inclination to mild ness, influenced to a ureat extent hy the presence of an extensive low pressure belt ov...

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

PROUD'S 20/- TRAVELLING GLOOli \\ //. No Clock to compare with ? ^ *T10nCy' jf - SIS I't Strong French Gill. Case, H ' wilh Eevclli'd Glnss Fronl-, Sides, 1 '1 ' ||iji| Top mid .Duck. |j Fitted in a strong Velvet-lined $3 'W ft ( Leather and Leatherette) I l|| Cuso. I K V. J. proud, ? n Jewellers atjd Senj jYtarcljants, ' 187 piH J/, C near King St.) A good-locking Clock; well finished. Made on tho watch SudflQlf. principle, with cylinder es- ^ capemont. .Keeps accurato hatton garden, iondon. time, very serviceable.

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TESTED RECIPES. Curd Cheese Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

TliSTKD RECIPES. Curd Cheese Cr.ko. Have one quart of milk; a few currants, four ounces butter, two ounces sugar, two eggs, a littlo finely-shredded lemon peel, a littlo nutmeg (if liked), and a good teaspoon ful rennet. Make the milk lukewarm, put iii, tho rennet, stir, and leave till it curdles. (Of course sour milk may/ bo used instead, if liked). Strain through a piece of dead muslin un^il quite dry, liut it into a basin, and break it up well with a spoon uulil quite smooth ; add °the butter, iind work it well together, then add tho other dry ingredients. Boat up tho oggs well, mix them, and beat tliem well together I'111' at least leu minutes. Make a good puff-paste, line tlie patty pans I with it, and fill in tho mixture. Bake in a moderate oven. Test with a skewer. J his is an old English recipe. - Oyster fatties. One dozen patty cases, two dozen oysters, two ounces butler, a little lemon juice,- halt a pint milk, cayenne, and one and a half ounces flour. Strain tho oysters, ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SITTING DOWN A DISCOMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

srrnxG down a discomfort. There is a class of men, all day workers, perfectly healthy and normal in every other respect, who cannot sit down without pain, and often their legs swell from this most un usual procedure. These iire tho tramcar drivers, who stand un ererv moment of tho time when they are on duty. These men will say that when they are really tired at home and want to take a good rest without going to bed, they pick out a soft leaning post. This is about the only way they can take real rest and comfort. It is because they have been trained through years of hard experience to take rest standing up. Of course, this does not apply -to all who .ourn their living standing up.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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HE SUITED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

HE SUITKD .HIOW. ' 'The man I ever wed,' sho said, 'Must have accomplishments. A'es; he must play, and sin;;, and dunce, And ride, and row, and fence, v And lake a skilful hand at bridge, A tennis racquet wield.;. -. And chase the bounding golf ball, too, Across the dewy field.'1. ' The man who won lior lily hand AVus bald and stout, and slow. He couldn't sing, or dance, or play, .. Or fence, or ride, or row. - - He didn't care a rap for golT, - And never led cotillions, -But ho sould sign a cheque, you see, For half a dozen millions.

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The Man on the Land. "BUSH SICKNESS." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Tho Man on the Land. 'HUSH SiCKMiSS.' , I It I1113 been found that stock suffering from wllat ia locally known ns hush sickness, due to tho shorta»o of phosphates in thu soil, iii sonic parts of Now Zealand, havo been cured villi mi 11 1 Iowa lice of two or three pounds- oC brati our dav. The disem'orv is l-ogai'ded ns of ureal importance. It. is cal-l ciliated tlint there is an area of n million ' acres of this class of country, where en t tic, I after a year or so, died olf unaccountably ! amongst- plenty ot feed.

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

'W.G.' HEALTH CORSELET ! The Latest Production cf the Corsetier's Art. NOTE THIS I'LATE. IT SPEAKS .1-0E ITSELF. Very highly recommended hy tho , Jjledical.rrolession. y '' No need to send to Sydney now l'or these Goods, as we stock them in every size and style. ^ ELASTIC lot in the back makes it £y ,- — N'v-\ pliable and comfortable to war. ''s^/ — ~-,j \ ||i , 4! / You get absolute physical freedom in Shi,' » J Hi v Sic HEALTH COllSELET. |g| mM It is specially adapted for straighten- I j ing the ligure, and it is most condu- ^ 1 - cive to producing a smart;, yet ornin- j/ * V\' ' ently healthful e'lTcct, in Girls', Maids', - V' . J and Ladies' sizes, 5s lid. xlkliJri ? - : ? ? ' ... ?. ' '? Gives Ercedom Avith every movement of the body. Other Special Lines are — Ladies' Corset Pelts, for stout figures, Suspenders attached, 4s Od pair. Accouchement Pelts, Ss lid, 10s Od. ? . 11 Hip Pads, Is 3d. gplgll Pust Supports, 3s [pip Jiust Improvers, Js. ? ||p The Self-adjusting ' Perfectii...

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

Weakened Vitality Impoverished Blood . Read what Ayer's Bp Sarsaparilla did for a Avell-known \ x missionary, i who -writes : I / 1/ 'I -was for many years L ' / a sufferer {j-om boils and other eruptions of a lileo y nature, caused by tho impovor ' ished stato of my blood. My appctito was poor and my system a good doal rim down. Knowing tho valuo of AYESTS Sarsaparilla by observation of tho good it had dono to others, I began taking it. Jly appo tito improved almost from tho first dose; tlion my general health im provod, and now it is oxcollcnt. I fool a hundred per cout. stronger, and I attribute this result to Ayer's Sar saparilla, which I racommond with all confidence as tho best blood modi ciuo ovor dovisod.' As now made, Ayer's Savsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sa'rsaparillas. Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' Preparod by Dr. i. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Man., U.S.A. AyUIl'S PILLS, ttto boat family loxativo. EVERY WOMA!^ Needs Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pil...

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WHAT DAD SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

AVHAT DAD SAYS. Many a girl has lost a good friend by marrying liini. When a man tells a nirl he would kiss her if he thought 110 one was looking, ten chan ces to one sho will shut her eyes. Many a good husband has not the nerve to be anything else.

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OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

OUR LADIES' LETTER. (By 'Reseda.') I Tho glorious, golden wattle, bein^ sold .it present in the streets, with its wild scent, drives city folk to madness in contemplation of thj golden glory of the bush in spring j time. Nature's call of spring has come somewhat I early this tunc and wo aro already beginning to bowail a prolonged f-.unimer. Let us not think of that, however, for indeed, we can not with an exhilarating morning freshness, which makes us suddenly realise we are in tended for something other than .stifling room nnd dusty streets, but — 'Turn from tlie city, its trials and stress, Troubles that grow nnd joys all too few, The 'Hush' is waiting to soothe and caress Nature, the Mother, is calling to you. Our native flowers are much in demand in perfuming factories, especially the boronia, or as ue prefer to call it, the 'Native rose. The strong scent it possesses makes it a ino-:l valuable trade pnwluct in the manufacture, of scent. And now that scented cushions for: the dr...

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

You hear a lot of people sing, 'Plant me among the girls,' And talk as though each maiden fair Had curly, curly curls. I don't mind planting with the girls, No ! that I could endure, But cure their colds, for goodness sake, With Woods' Groat Peppormint Cure.* t;:k siT/iTJu i.rxixn. V.'iion ir.vi h 'ho'.vod iVrv:! by . \V«:i^'»;l Of -V«K\' .«?!' 1:4 S 1 frj.ll - p.il;i or Jt i;i oi.'Jiouit io b» i evo H oi nnvUiir.i; In the \v »r5.V Ih f.i : r*. . 'I l) ;jl' . ?* . ??-.)r.V«vt:ry clouVl, tho -oilier J.' !;r;;;liL 'and shlmr.:-!'.' ? ^ ? Vet we are a*!! hero lo ni:;ko t'ao host of li.'lt.::.? a ml must endeavour in '? . . . Inrn our clouds about A* I I \ wear i-ioni inside out 'IV sh'^v the liui.icv.' : It.. Is H:;rpris»l!-Jf the r.t:r.:l»CT of who '«»a suTerlrtf ilay In t.ay from eoioni oi ailments ruch riicu mat.isin 'g-.nil. hunbaso, m?u:;;li;!a, back ache, sehtliea. blootl .tMsordor.*. it;;ae:nta, tn«' 'Section, biliousnv^!'. Jauntliee. sick h.Milaeho. Eener.il 'lebllily, grave!, ...

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SPEECH BY MR. LEVIEN. ON THE SECOND BALLOT PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

SPEECH BY MR. LEVIEN. ON THK SKCOND BALLOT PROPOSAL. ppoiidctl is i\ report ol Mr. Loviou's 10 marks on tlio second ballot proposal, taken from 'Hansard' : — | Mr. Ijovion (Tiumrnrlli) [?').!()]: If there i.'i olio man in tin; public life of L'lis country who is sure of his .seat, I am; hut I do lako cxt'oplioii to the introdin-tmn of this mea sure, on t 1m* eve of n general eleetion, and I tell the Cioverniueiit (hat 1 .shall he no party, to it. I havo no interest lo serve. 1 am op-] pOHOt! hy a Lahor representative, a Jul I Ihpvofuvo ran adopt i\n independent nttituiie. j I do not approve of this land of legislation just on the eve of a general election, more especially as there is j/.tave do*;!/t its to who thor we kIiouM adopt the seeond ballot or thu proforontial voliuu prineiple. I have not mndu up my mind, and there aro many thou sands of others who are in the .same position. 1 As tho Tinader of the Opposition has pointed | out, the second ballot would entail consider able ex...

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RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

RURAL SIFTINGS. (Uy 'Quandn.') Travelling around amongst tlie older farms, tint! can already see tlie old blaek oat trouble .slmwiii!; out very prominently. This pest will liayo to bo tackled in a systematic May, anil with a full1 determination tu expel, if possible, or if not', to utilize the product to Mime purpose. In general conversation with farmers around, it is wonderful how 'don't- give-a-care' seems to have taken possession of tliem in this matter. Some say the oats makes no difference, being more vigorous ill growing and ripening earlier, when they shell out, and so the wheat ctom is fairly clean after all.. These arguments are all against t,!;e grow er, for in tho event of a more vigorous plant coming on it must absorb a greater amount ' of moisture and choke back the wheat in its endeavour to climb skywards. That fallow ing the land is one way iu which this pest can be cimiiieted with is admitted by nuiny. Hut against tjint comes tho argument that on some of the older fa...

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Proposed New Methodist Church, Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Proposed New Methodist Church, Tamwosfa. Twelve ni'.nths sin:-e, the trustees decided to commemorate the .Jubilee of Methodism in the Tamworth C'rouiL by the erection of a school hall, costing £3000, and the pur chase of an mini). Thi» or;:in is now in uro; but the school hall was not built. When tho trustees went, move fully into the project, they found that the better plan would bo to build a now church, tints setting free the present 'church ior use as a school halj, for which, with very small expenditure, it is well adnptcd. Competitive designs wore called for a new church, and from the nineteen de-signs received, that of Messrs. ^ Jinn eland and Thomas, of Tamworth, was selected. The estimated eor^t of this building is .C3000. Tho trustees have bound themselves not to accept any tender until half the es timated cost is covered by cash or promises. With jrenerous help, tho trustees believe that this can easily bo dolio. Payments may be extended; but the trustees will he pleased ...

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

SPORTING. (By 'Amateur.') With the Kpsom and -Metropolitan only, abnut six week oil now, all tlie horses are beginning to slip along ill their work. And' almost every (Saturday from now out will something that has been given a good chance in one or other of the big spring events be seen with the colors up, unci fresh develop ments in the betting market will be eagerly1 watched for by those punters who always try and find the winner of the big events of the siwmK. I The public, as a rule, sum up thu pp!$ pestj oi' a green horse fairly well. It must have even surprised his trainer to see Gi gandru open up a pronounced favorite for the Dundas Handicap, at Hosehill, on Sat urday, seeing that it was the colt's iirst run for several months, and .he had done nothing cut of the way in fast galloping on the track. Nevertheless the sol) of U-ex showed tlio confidence reposed iu him ivas not mjp phiced, for jumping out of the barrier lie set the pace lively from the start, and was able to .hol...

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

Nl'.W LKAS10 FOR WHAK LUNGS. T)r. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds cures iullucn«a and all lung trou Dlcs. 1/0 and 3/-. Obtainable at. all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* /y Co] 'i ^ Asthma. Ilronchlils anrt^ ? ~ — -y lung troubles quttkty tiirtd b\ 'fe. ? ? mm ELOf I BAgi! I I AMISS® I . Of all Chemists jj~r and Stores'.

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Bowling Alley Point News [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

j Bowling Alley Point News (From our * correspondent.) 'ike committee of 'tlie recent ball in aid of tho ipnnvorth hospital, lirid a meeting a Sew e'/jmnviji a^o for the purpose ai .vetmn;; p.p in connection Wiin tho function. AlU'r paying all ex:cu.«:oi, U.cro is the ver* ;ritisfact::ry sum of ;L'31 odd to be handed li. tlio institution. A vote of thank?; to ;Mr. .ind Mrs. hchoiield i':vr th.s free u^o of Ihei) .;ail an:l Hino for both nights of the ball I ;*as carried by acclamation. | Mr. McUairy, M.I-.A.,. addressed a meet- i ng of about tbirly elector.1-, on behalf o! I ? lr. J. .1. liord, iu ?Sehoticld's ball, last night ' ? lr. IJ.. I'\ A'olan occupied the chair, aw , riefly introduced .Mr. -.WeOarry. The prin | .pal portion of Mr. MeCJarry'.s address tva j kistt.ry of the Labor ^ movement -1:: t i i: ?aok twenty years, lie dealt mare partiet. arly with the Lalnr doing, during the te ears from ISO! to the year, I5M/I. Durin o t-'n years, :;r. ill Mr. MoGarr/, owing i -.0 Labo...

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

is a reliable old English H Home remedy for — 1 .COUGHS,* COLDS, B Asthma, B ro n c h i tis , 8L SB oil Lung & Throal* Troubles. chost^ taking Pap3. Nd J mDdicino brings such prompt re« VL/^T s \ llcf or so thorough- /^-w/ 1 \ ly combats counts, ^\y^\ colds. Jpid othqr * oheat 05 np'riints, as Peps. You ' ? s;mply pir»cc n Paps tabtot on tho which arise as tho tablet dissolves, These v;cnderful Pop3 fumas reash overy part of the lungs, soothe all Inflam.iiatiort and Irritation In the bronchial tubes, subdue even the most obstinate cough, des troy the -jerms of disease, and ma'io bre:.thing easy and natqral, With a bqx of Poj^a always kept handy tho task of defying the perils of tho woathcr is easy and simple. Sold all i'/u';/iis/s and stores at 16, -5? S - latx e box ; or from I\-ps Pastille Co. , 39 1'ili Sf.. Sydney ^ j. H. L. FISHER' (Late J. T. Robertson.) PliODUCR MFdlGHANT AXD FOItWAllD 1NG AGENT, liRISBANE-STRBRT, TAMAVORTH. Choice ClialT (Oaten and AVheaten), Maizo, ...

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