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POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

POPULAR. My sister Bes« is popular, most ev'rywh.Mo abb goes, They say she'9 awful popular with nil the meu she knows; I hear about her pleasin' ways, an' of her ehec-ry smile, I hear that there word "popular" about her j all tb' wliik*. At- home she gets up niornin's with a grouch ' that's profcty bad, 1 An' spends about ait hour jest sa&sia' me an' Olid; I guess she works so hard a-beiif popular away That when she's in th' family she don't feel very gay. I often Ret to gue&sin' how th' folks 'ud like )*»r if They'd hear ih' way she jaws at me when we get in a tiff. An' then I'd like t* hear what they 'ud say h'hind Uer back, If they c'd see her sloppin' round hero in her dressin1 sack. She's popular, of course she is, espec'illy with the men, T 'specb some timo she'll marry some poor feller, "but till then I wisht 'at she 'ml think' of us a bit. an' try V be A little hit more popular witih ma, and pa, an* me.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARE OF THE MIRROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

CARE OF THE MIRROR. A mirror should never be hung where it will lie in the direct rnys 0f Uie sun or ex posed to arty intense lieat of n fire or stove. Both them conditions have u disastrous ef fect on the mercury, and In time will com pfot-ei? spoil the mirror.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HOME TRUTHS. It will afford sweeter happiness in the hour of death to have wiped one tear from the cheek of sorrow than to have ruled an empire,* to have conquered millions, or 10 have enslaved the world. \outh js the foundation which determines life's building. The choices of youth are the nil important choices. The lad who thinks thru he can fling away his toons and his twenties and then "settle down/' is only right in ono sense. He can settle down to the bottom, along with the other wrecks. Good manners, as has been pithily said, nro only the absenco of selfishness. They arc the doing to others as we would wish to he done unto. A thoughtfulnens for tho coin fort of those about us, a pleasant smile, a kind word—those are the ingredients ot which manners are chiefly composed. Good advice to young men is to let the hu.sinc.4s of everyone alone and attend to your own. Don't- buy what ^ou don't want. Tse every hour to advantage and study to make even leisure hours useful. Think twice ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, Chairman, and [?] W. H. Leak.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

LICENSING COURT. . (Before Mr. 0. A. Edwards,- Chairman, nntl i .: 3Jet;w. H. Uik.) I • A colomnrwme'license n a« granted to 0. A., M. Xankerris. .Mr-. W. F. Tribe for the applicant. 'Mahomet Serang was srniited a collector's JiOPOSe. ' '

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CHARGE OF LOITERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

CHARGE OP LOITERING. •Polco v. Win. White and John Seymour, loitering. . Mr. K. J. O'Hallotan appeared for both defendants, who pleaded not jfuifty. Both cases wer« takea together by constat of thy parties. Constable Larelle - deposed: About G.45 p.m. on the iHlth Dtoember, I saw defepd ants on the footpath in front of tho Groat Northern Hotel, !*«el*atre«t. They were in company of two others, strangers. I heard White say something about lighting a ten stone man. I said to Whits, "Who's talk ing all the fight here." Ho replied 4iI am doing a bir of It." I then said "I don't want any disturbance here, the two of you roust move away/* 'Seymour replied 4,I won't, I'll stay a* long as. I like, you can't shift me." The two strangers then walked away, tyit defendants remained. I returned in 10 minutes, On the opposite side of- the. street. They were stilt there. Their pre sence on she footpath would cause incon- j veniencc. They Wdfe in th® centre of tho footpath, iwraodJfctely in front o...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

In the Pan; on* Hunter 11 ircv ,000 Acres! cut into 100 Farm Blocks of-from 100 ae?es to 2450 Acres.] Dairy Farms, Mixed Farms, F@ or rnwte sn on Real Easy Terms. • Farms that will pay for themselves on these easy terms. 11 ; . sj^ ' v Ravens worth Estate is on the main Northern Railway .Line between the big market towns of MusweUbrook and Singleton. There are four railway, stations on the estate (Glennie's OEeek, RayeirswoEth, Liddell and Antiene), four Post Offices on the estate, and five Public Schools, and several Butter Fae-V tories not far away (rail freight only f d- p$r gallon). Permanent Water Everywhere. Rainfall 29 Inches. Dairy Farms, =£4 10s to <£8 10s per acre; Grass Country for dry and young stock, =£3 to £4 15s per acre. vendor WANTS 10 percent, down, 15 per cent. March 15th, 1911; 5 per cent, March 15th, 1912 ; 5 per cent. March I5th, 1913. Balance in 14 equal half-yearly pay-* ments, with interest at 5 Descent. Der annum ; BUT specical terms can be arran...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

NATHAAI COHEN S CO., limited. Stock & Properly Saluiman, tamwobxh, "" HAVE FOR SALE. SHEEP. j , ATTUNGA. 7"!" s 7.S£L££• cs^4*' Cand. S T., shorn August, in i j 'forward' condition, with 550 .marked lambs at foot given in. 7/*. 350 Wethers, G-tooth, well bred, sborn Sflp« tembor, good condition. 7/« NUNULE. 1050 Wethers, C T. to f.ra., big frames, in • -forward condition, sborn October. 6/9. S00 Kwes, 3 to 0 years, shorn September, now lambing to Collaroy rams. 5/. r BEN'DEMEER. -.740 .WetlierSjj 4, ••6,rand 8 T., Laura, Wins .•> j combe fljiji. Auburn Vale bred, shorn early*November, in good condition. 6/6. *1300 Ewes, 4 T.. Laura and Ironbark bred, dry, shorn November. 5/9. . . PCXGOWAN. 300 Kwds. G-tooth to K.M., hand sEorn first week .September, with 87 per cent, of marked Shrop. lambs at foot given in. TAM WORTH. 1200 Wethers, f.m,. Goouoo Goonoo, st. bred, oue mark, extra big. frames, forward, some fat. S/ UOo. \V«ihers.\2-tooth, Coonabarabran bred, one mark. well g...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M., and Mr. W. H. Leak, J.P.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

POLICE COURT. tfJefMT Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M., ami A\\ U. Leah, J.P.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 Tho polite proceeded by summons against '• Charle* .Murphy,- who plejidcd guilty, to a .*'charge of indecent'behaviour in White-street. In reply to tho P.M., who asked him why ho did not •;« into the tiotet, he said it was Sunday and hf was afraid to go.on licensed prerutsM.* The P.M.-inflicted a One of 5/, with 0/ nssts of court. 71«* poJiri? prdrceded against Krio Dunker • ley tor "language." Throe charges were ptoferred against him, to all of which Mr. U'ffuliorun, on behalf of defendant, pleaded guilty. Mi ' O'HiilIoran said, in extenuation, that .defendant was tt respectable young fellow but had b(K>n drinking and got into bad com. pany. Drink was the cause of tha offence, otherwise'he always behaved decently. • Defendant was fined L'O/ and ti/ costs of ,-ccurt» in t-ivO' and 40/ and 0} costs in -'tho-third. • . ■ ■ RIOTOUS BEHAVIOtTR, oAjihur .Giles was summoned for riotous! '•ffehaviq...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LITTLE GIRL'S PAINFUL ILLNESS. Prostrated by Weakness and Debility. A Rapid [?]overy brought about by [?] Bea[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

R'. LITTLE GIRL'S PAINFUL ILLNESS Prostrated by Weakness and Debility. A Rapid Fterovery brought about by 9:le Beanr "When ray little girl was two years of age she began to suffer from general de bility." says Mrs. G. Arrason, of High Street, North Botany, Sydney, N'.S.W. "She seem* ed to go iuto a decline, or wasted away. Before this Ulnes she had been able to walk about, but now sbe became weak, and could only lay about on a chair-bed. She was so prostrated that it was too much trouble to turn her head. Doctors could not do anything for her. We also tried cod liver oil and emulsions but these did not have the desired effect. "I thought that a careful use of Bile Beans would do her good, and clear away any irritation on the stomach, and stop the fits of vomiting that she was subject to. 1 cut the Bile Bean in half and put It in jam and made tier take it. 1 per* severed with this treatment dally until she was able to get about slowly on her feet. From ihat time she improved and fina...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DANGER OF ANAESTHETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

THE DANGER OF ANAESTHETICS. During the past month the number of deaths from drugs administered for surgical operation purposes has been tiotlceably large. So much has this been the case that a coroner In another State has drawn public attention lo the matter It *a note* worthy also that the majority of the victims have been women. The Lddies' College of Health still continues its campaign against operations on women, knowing full well the great danger and risk. The College puts forward a Treatment that In numberless cases makes operations' entirely unneces* sary. Those who would Uke^to know more about this home treatment should write to Dept. Ladies' College of Health, 177 Llv erpool-streeti Sydney. Enclose 2d. with your letter, and a descriptive book will be sent you free.* / 0 j. .

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REMARKABLE NEW CURE. ISOTONIC SEA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

- REMARKABLE HEW CURE. ISOTONIC SEA 'WATER. • For a considerable time past patients hare been treated at the Dispensaue Manns in Parb by M. M. K. Quinton, by means of kotonic sou water, or plusina niarin, and from accounts which haw been published from time to time, treated with most satis factory result*. Through the agency of the British Homoeopathic Society,. M. Quintan had an opportunity recently of explaining tor the first time to an Hngllsh audience the nature of the new treatment. This was at a meeting held at the Homoeopathic Hos pital. From the largo attendance of medical men, it was evident that the lectures had aroused an unusual amount of interest. The lecturer was introduced by Dr. Robertson Day, who said that M. Quinton was u scientLsc of the first order. He had specially studied biology' and physiology, and lie was a Professor of Comparative Physiology at the College do Franco. Certain laboratory experiments fed him to investigate the origin of life, and he had traced...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HEADACHES ' BILIOUS ATTACKS— PArNS; AFTER EATING • CONSTIPATION-', AND OTHER./. STOMACH TROUBLES Nearly even- woman has her " bad days "—days when she is tortured by splitting headaches, when she is irritable and nervous, or bilious and dizzy, when she feels heavy and listless, or so dispirited that only " a_gj)od cry3'.will savd her from a breakdown. When ever j-ou feel like ..that, be assured that vonr stomach, liver and bowels are out of order. Headaches/.bilious attacks, constipation, nervousness, pains after eating, low spirits and sleeplessness are only possible when there is some disorder of those digestive organs. _VIEID TO THE WORLD-FAMED TONIC " To restore your stomach to working order, and thus rid your self of all such troubles, take a few doses of Mother Seigel's Syrup daily, after meals, and you will soon be a different woman. This herbal .tonic has no equal in the world as a sure and swift stomach and liver tonic. It is incomparably the best friend a woman can have at...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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BOWEL COMPLAINTS IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

I BOWEL" COMPLAINTS IN CHILDREN. The most'successful medicine In use ror bowel complaints in children is Chamber* Iain's Olic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Rem edy. It can always be depended upon 'to core diarrhoea and dysentty.' This pre* paratlon has been , in constant ' use for nearly 40 years, and has met with uniform success everywhere. Sold by'all chemists and storekeepers.* Every dos* does it3 wovk—create* new blood, builds up tho nerves—;NEMIA TONIC.*

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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

METHODIST OHI7RCH. I I Sunday. Jnntiarv ifi. I Tam worth.—11 a.m., Mr. R.'Harley .Tones; 7130 p.m., Rev. Giles Moore. West- Tamworth;—11 a.m., Mr. L. Kemp Ihorne; 7.30 p.m.. Mr. R. Harley .lout's. Attunga.—11 a.m., Mr. \V. A. Bourne, Hallsvllle.—3 p.m., .Mr. R. Harley Jones. NVInton.—3 p.m., Rev. Giles Moore. Gldley.—tl a.m.. Rev. Giles Moore. ' Oxley — 3 p.m., Mr. W. H. Pryor. Durl.—3 p.m., Mr. T). Bowman. Cowrie.—11 a.m., Mr. D. Bowman.

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Manilla District. Sunday, January 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Manilla District. j Sunday. January loth. I Manilla.—7.30 p.m. (Supply). Bemlemeer.—U a.iu. auU 7.3U p.m. •. Himing.~3 p.hi. Olen Barra.—10th. Retreat.—11th. AirHt».—14tb. . .... Bungjedore.—(Pine Glen), 16th.

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WEE WAA NEWS. WEE WAA, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

WEE WAA-NEWS, WEE WAA, Friday Afternoon. Mr. Doherty. one of itie candidates for B Riding of Ibis shire. notifies his would*be* supporters not to vote for him. as he has been legally advised that hit; position as a pound-keeper precludes his taking a seat on the Council, If elected, despite the fact that he resigned though such resignation has not yet come before the Council. The Treasurer of St. Augustus' Church of England, Mr. Witts, in nine months, col lected over £217, thus clearing the new vicarage of debt. His successful canvass was much appreciated by officials and ad* herems of the denomination.

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BARRABA GETS IT. BARRABA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

BARRABA GETS IT. BARRABA. Friday. Phenomena) rain has falJen during the past two days. 41Xr Inches being recorded. Other stations report:—Barinda 472, Wee Waa 552. Brlgaiows 582. Maryvale 490, Cob badah 347, Caroda 400. All the creeks in the low-lying country are flooded. The Hor ton and Manilla rivers have risen several feet, and there is every appearance ot fur ther rain. Fences have been washed away in the Horton district, this being the only damage done so far.

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RAILWAY BRIDGE DAMAGED. WARIALDA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

RAILWAY BRIDGE DAMAGED. W'ARIALDA, Friday. Following Wednesday's two and a half in ches of rain, further rain fell last night, making a total of five incites in two days. Two inches fell in about an hour last night, causiug u big How in all creeks mid gullies. Railway truflir to some extent has been a{footed. A temporary bridge near WariuWa-'station was sufficiently damaged to bo considered dangerous, and trains up nd down are transhipping there. The weather is still unsettled.

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Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, January 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Parochial District of Nundle. I Sunday. January Ifith. Howling Alky Point.—11 a.m. Hunting llock.—3 p.m. Xunille.—7.30 p.m.

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Parish of West Tamworlh. Janary 15.—Second Sunday after Ep[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Parish of West TnmworLh. Jaiiary !•>.—Sccntul Stniduv after lM»it>hnnr. I West Tawnorth.—St. Ham's 8 a.m., Hoi. Communion, the Vicar; 11 a.m., .Mat tins and Holy CVimuunion. the Vicar 7.30 p.m., livensony, ,Mr. W'm. Ponvll. Westbrook.—2.30 p.m., Sunday School; :*.l p.m., Kvensong, tho Vicar. Puri.—(Mr. Pnyno's), 7.30 p.m., Kvonsonj; tht» Vicar. Gnmino Goonoo Ror.d.—3 p.m., Kvonsonj; .Mr. AVobh. Goonoo Goonoo.—7.30 p.m., Krcnsong, .Mr Webb.

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