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"THE FOOD OF PLANTS." LECTURE BY PROFESSOR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

'THE FOOD OF PLANTS.' , LECTURE BY PROFESSOR WATT. 1 rolcssor AYatt delivered an' illustrated lantern lecture in the Oddfellows' Hall on I'l'iday afternoon to a fairly largo attendance ol farmers and others. n*t10 !il'V' C(;J-h operated the lajiterji. I lie lecturer «a« inti oduced by the presi -l(''t of tlie Agrieultnral Association (Mr. Alex, iifatlieson), w.'io said he Has pleased to see so many farmers uresent. ,,.T' his introductory remarks, Professor Matt said it would be impossible to avoid using technical lernis, but lie would endea vor to um, as lew as possible. The subject lie bad chosen was ''I he I'ood of Plants' huicii was ol perennial interest and world wide importance. Although there had been a great deal of speculation as' to tile source of plants food, if was not until 300 rears ago that the first experiment was made,' and it was bv a Dutch chemist or alchemist nam ed Van Helmont. He took a tree weighing olhs and planted it ill 2001l-s of soil in a pot? After the- t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

W Elite Star- Line LONDON AND LIVER POOL, VIA DDH BAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twh--scrow Steamers, 'AFKIC,' 'MEDIC,1- 'PERSIC,' 'R^NIC,' and 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capotown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 8s. London, £19 to £30. Now York, I3o3ton, etc., £25/5 to £36/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA TION. Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest '^Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and America on most favorablo terms. The highest class of insulation is installed for the satisfactory carriago and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produco, Fruit, otc. For Rates of freight, Pomphlota, etc., apply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN, and LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas songers carried. FARES. — Salnon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £10 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round tho World Tickets from £12...

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HOTEL LICENSE TRANSFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

iiotrl license tkansfekkkd. ?-u tno Itemising Court yesterday, the li cense ol tho Imperial Hotel, Tamworth, was '!?; ?*-' 1 '? °d fiom James Yickcry to Arthur hittlo, late oL New Zealand.

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LOCAL NEWS. R. C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

LOCAL NEWS. ' «? C. BALI,. HIO. mwss proceeds of the lt,(J. Ball rc - ???'?{?yjiold amount .to £207/10/. It is us-! llu'' -ro'it will renoli from ?LlbO to.JtJSu. '

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MR. LEVIEN AT CURRABUBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

MR. LEV1EN AT CURRABUBULA. ? .. (From a correspondent.) Un Saturday niidit last Mr. U. II. Levien opened his campaign at H. Davis' hotel, Cur rabubula. From the number of callers during tlio day it was easy to predict a largo meet »'£?.. At 8 o'clock the room, passages ad joining, and also the verandah, were packed and amongst, the number, which totalled over 100 persons, ivoro a good sprinkling of ladies, W.ho took a deep interest m tho mattbrs in troduced by Air. Lovion. .Mr* J. Proctor took the chair., and in a iiicoj coneiso speech, a^ain. iiitrodueed Mr. Lovieii . to -tho . electors . -jf Currabuiiula. Air. Jjovieii ivas lit home ..front the outset, mid ;. in - treating. -with each of the measures past'-hy tlio' noiv retiring. Goverhnient, ex plained- the stand he had taken in each case. Mr. Luvicn then - treated with tlie prospec tive- liiensures, outlining very plainly his ? stand iii respect of them, which met * with unanimous approval by the voters present. The speaker expl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

ARE ArOU SORE? I . Does your back ache? Have you neural gia?. I)o vou know that Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment will cure yon? It is the only external remedy that will tako out all tlio' inflammation. Tt can't help but do you good. Obtainable lit all stores a iu Pull man's Pbnrwaey.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

AX HOXKST HUM 101) Y KOlt -COLDS. Any druggist can offer you the choice of a dozen or moro cough ? 'syrups.' Jlut it behoves you to use some eimimsnection in selecting a medicine- to nut into your stom ach, as a cure for your disease. Remember that you require, for the. real cure of a dan gerous disease something more than a mere soothing svrup. This is why it will be best for you to take Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Cough* and Colds. It is a carefully ijjach1, and perfected scientific, curative me ihi'iuo, prepared witht he idea not merely of riM^vinii u emurh, but of curing the disease N'lucli^ brinn'j on the cough. It is an honest inetlii'inu which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lungs; or if tlie result is honest ly uusatislactory to you, your money will honestly be returned. Try it. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* . ^ General Servant. Ajm'v n Mils. MICHAEL, Macqutiric St. WANTCT). — Had; Storeinan for Ironnion Kory Department: movious know tolKt...

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DAY TRAIN FOR THE NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

OA V Til A IN FOR T'llH NORTH-AVEST. It is currently reported, says tile ^veil ing Nows,': that when the .summer rniluaj timetable comes into lorec, in O|'t(,,c' ,10x^ tho train which lenves Sydney, at iibout . ?, ill wil' be diverted fr-im tlio main northern line to Nanabri. This alteration is genj'-^ .v ?iDDi-oved bv the travelling public, and will servo a lai'L'ci- ^nmber of important districts - ,1 is now the case by the tram ruiiiiing between AVerris' Creek and Tamworth. f*Vo to cJifrer witli tlio snmmnij; tip of 'vortli. An' alteration .which, is neces.sa ry is the continuance of tins tram noith. lho travelling public will then he much hctti served liv larger and nuicli lnore important districts than in the north-west. In nnj casi, if the imnortaiico of tin- north-west uai rant'i a better service, why not run a sepa rate train from AVerris Creek on, and con nect with the present seryieo. Hio present il-iv Korvice is nuicji availed of by women and children, and the town should ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

Huckster Goods Al the OM Prices ! A very big purchase we made through our Agents in Manchester some months ago has now arrived. These comprise Calico, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Table Damask and Serviettes, etc. All bought at the prices that existed before the rise in Cotton Goods. Now's your opportunity to stock up your sideboard and linen press at special prices. We have tacked the old price tickets on to these goods and they are at least 20 per cent, lower than those elsewhere -for similar qualities to-day. Real 'snap' values in Table Damask, White Calicoes, Serviettes, Mada polains, Sideboard Covers, White Twill Sheeting, Tray Cloths, White Linen Sheeting, Grey Sheeting, Turk ish Towels, Quilts, D'OyJeys, Linen Table Cloths, Bed Spreads, Etc. STORE/7 THAT SELLS TOR CASH AND ^?5AVE'S YOUiMONLY, \JwJiMdy uzga//i V PALACE Or TRADE fflNjAMWORTH 'JVJICllAKli A- CO., Plilil, STREET, 1* I. require an Kiqicrieiucd Dress Maker and two Young' l-adies for 'Drapery Depart lV'.'iit. Apnlv at...

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NEW METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

NKW Ail'VlHODlsr CHURCH. . . Oil 'Wednesday the Methodists are having a 'neat day in 'connection with the erection of 'their new church. At 3 o clock m the (Vnti-il llall there will be a social reunion to' meet the llovs. AV. Atolls lt'^dge Josepli Beale, and J. H«ldeii. lea Mill ho r-rovided for the country friends. At / 30 p.m. a urn nd inaugural dem°nsti atioii « ill tako place in tlio same m iwinii to tho above-montioned clergymen; the Key. AV cf. Taylor, of the Central Mission, and lte'v Ocorie Laverty will spoak. Hie fo.lon in' choruses will be rendered by the choir:— i 0f Kin^s, Behold tlie Lamb, the Itadi ?uit'lMorn, And the Glorj; of tho Lord, and j Praise tlie Lord. Admission is ilea by invi tation, ticket.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

A MYSTERIOUS EVENT. Many physicians seem to tliink it :i mys terious event ''lien tlicir patients — whom thuv cannot cure — aro quickly relieved and restored to health by Dr. 'Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds hut there' is nothing mysterious about it. Dr. Shel don's Now Discovery represents the latest knowledge of the day in tho practice of the science of healing, and does not follow my of the old-fashioned methods of the materia medica. It goes right to the point of infection in all cases of throat and lung trouble, aiul by means tha'/ are all its own drives out the disease and. heals the affect ed parts. I/O mid 3/-. Obtainable at all stores anil Pullman's Pln'tmacy.* Sounding iho praises of Ayov's Hair Vigor. That's what every one does who uses this splendid preparation for tho hair. 5vfyouao*'fc /w.an.fiit0 \ i raise it, then Rife' you must ,iot use it. You see, fw/ 1 youwillbosoploased Mil [V t with-it that yon will jU/jjny just have to toll your ^ friends all about...

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COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

COUNTRY STOR I0KEI0PERS' ASSOC! ATION. At the annual meeting of the Country storekeepers Association, held in , Sydney on luesday, the folowmg were elected as' the office-bearers for the ensuing year :-l'resi- 1 (lent, An*. John Wocdon (Tuinut) ; vioo-presi- ' dents, Messrs. P. Rosenthal (Bega), C Ro-' Kan (laniworth), A. Shaekel (Cowra), aiul K. I lyorr (\Vrst IMaitland); tr--asuror, Mr. Gis sing (Glen 'times); trustees, Messrs. j T I McKit, trick (Smith Grafton), C. K. .Moore-! (Broken Mill), David Copland (AVagga), and ?J. ^ . Iluinnliries (M.uswolll)rook) ; si»ori»tary, i^Ir. Jno. H. Kinn; committee, Messrs. \\r, j. .Clinpnuin (Wyong), AV. Curtis (Armidale), G. Donaldson (Wilcniinin), K. ICdgley (liathurst), A. Grainger (Singleton), Owoii J. Howard (Parkos), U. II. Hankinson (Narrandera), .J. !v. Kellett (Mtidgor), 10. H. Mtttnford (Diih ho), K. K. Mor^nn (^loroo), A. C. Koid (Cow ra), William Keid (Tcntoriiuld), James Thom (Pemora), C. W. Turner (Goulhurn), K. T. AVobb (Bathurs...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before Mr. A. O. Edwards, P.M.) DRIVING A MOTOR CAR AT A DANGEROUS SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 'AUGUST 22. ' (Mefoiv M r. A. O. Edwards, JL'.M.) DRIVING A JI O'lO 1 1 C A II. AT X DAN - GKH0U8 SPEW). ? Sanuiol llonry'Armstroiit; proecodod against' Chuulo Shorter for dnviinj a vehicle, to wit, ' ?i inotoi car, at a speed ? dangerous: to tlio pulihr at the inter, suction of Peel and Bris b.uio-sti nets on tlio '12th of August. iMi-. O'Halloraii nppenred for complainant, , and Jlr. England for defoiidiint. I ?Siunuel Monry Armstrong, court keeper, .Tamworth, deposed : On. tho 12th '.of August,1 . ill - tlio forenoon, I was coming down Peol street, on public business from the Rank of . \Now South 'Wales to the Court House- At : the conior of Peel and Brisbane-streets- the defendant caiuo at a fast rate in a motor cur. lato «f 12 lo io miles an ' hour: I was pass- ' ing fiom Treloar's store to iSinclair s ctiem 1, ist!.shoi-. Tlio (lofoiidaiit came,/ uiiti conunu' Ml rmiiid tlio corner* n't tlio samo snecd as ho ?« .is ( online; down .I'eel-street. I mis in t...

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EXAMINATION OF STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

KXAMIN'ATIOX OK K'l'A LLTOXS. I At, tlie veterinary exanuiiation of stallions comhtcted by Mr. .Max Henry, M.II.C.V.S. ?i G',''e-!llh xfiowground on Jlonday last' tlio following horses received certificates as to soundness.— I). Ciishim's Hull Kincli, V J. Aoung's Royal Prince, .1. Kinlav's Kin' Lawrence, AV. K. Studte's (Taimvorth) Young Balmeadie, ,J. B. C'lii t.'.s Loclinaiiar, C BahN wins (Durham Court) Yeulba, R. Brown's Wonbohbie, R. Brown's Coronet, 10. I'eiru SOI1 s Ivan hoe, I! Sutton's Osterlev, .lull. ,-„J '™IU1 s Brewonele Bob, .1. Swin dle s Black Jluon, |.\ A. Riley's Prim e Cliar J: --? Sniiths Cock Robin, R. Parnell's .Stared.) R Paruell s Max, R. Davidson's forest Hill, Messrs. Grant Bros.' ltoval .Standard, .John Aates' Mooki Gault, .lo|,,i Antes Aouiig Chance .Shot, J. Cameron's Dornson, J. C. Smith's Cnijan, S. AlelvilV Stranger, A. Onus' (Inverell) Ronuo, ,J ? oii indles Don Clove, J, Swindle's Claredo. '

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WALLAMORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

v x AVALLAMORIO PUOGKLbS ASSOCIATION. ? . ,T)io annual mooting of the- \Y allainoio Jro nav/.'.: s,vgross -'Association', was- lield ljist Wednesday. 'X«'.i'-VA!Uio.oronorb.;,and- balanpe sheet- were adopted !tr ,.y iiiitl j f.l i (- .retiring officers were re-elected. A - ? - denu t:U lull i:i to meet the ! i.ifiic Inspector . in lefeieiuo to a siilinj; on the Alainlla line, on A^ edncdaN , 21th, at 1.1 a.in., on tlio spot whyro the ro:Kl:- from-. tlio 5-mile ni-g on the „ Gunnmlah loid meets the hue. I hoso 111 1 toieslul no muted to lie t'iue

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WELL BORING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

?\\IJfjTi IIOIUVG Ml J P BnttLii his just tomplLled the '.work, of nutting down 25 bores on uectivo. ea tili Mi ilutlcii, u ho did not find it licces sarv tousothedivinmg rod, found the groat ' e t dentil lu h id to bore was 140 feet. 'Hie o| 1 1 itions of tlu liliint will next lie nb'Telbu stition C n lull Mi HntUn, uitli Air. iinl luhv Ins dccidul to comniLiice the business A of \\ oil boini^

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MELLE. DOLORES' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

AIDLLE- 1)0 1 .0 R KS' CONGEttf. IJio Mdlle. Doloic.-s lias always had a Kiiuciit: cluu'in on account ol its es sential sweetness anti nuuiralu™. plat- form demeanour is in itself a doliglit, as sue stands tliere smiling '''I singing faultlessly tho melodies that everyone loves. Incleetl it would bo hard to find so pleasing a singer or one who so readily finds favor in the hearts of her audiences. The genuine qual ities of this artiste, both artistic and wo nninlv, hnvo enabled nor to uecomo iuim^ ensconced in tlie iilfections -?£ Australians. Aldlle. Dcloves' concert here on \\ eanescla5, September 7th, will be much anticipated by music-lovers. ?

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EMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

I-'AIUS A\iit,in^ to i S\dne-v p ipt i , i c oi respond ent t, us —'I ti nvolled by the mail train ^ 1 ? om Iiloito 'ibt I*i id u liUinoon, nid wit : Iiii-sstid Uui rare .slight, - J 1 two thul-s of emiis, l itltiiM content(dl\ tho joiui^ horbi^i on the ill un unong llotks ol siiemi. Ibis ioregath 1 1 in r (to a student ot Australian his ton) ,i cm i nit idmixture ol the indigenous Mid the lmnoittd, Seldom nowdajs are floe k'. (,' 21 iiul 22 to be seen so near civil .. jsfitum^ I ho hiidfi lotik no notice, ot tlie pas . Ajnir . train, but continued biow»in^. unnlarm (.(l'' I alto noticed several sma:l lots (ol twos throes) ou Giulov bt-ition, l)et\\ct?i) Aloreu and Isan-abi i.'

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DUNGOWAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

DUNGOWAN NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) I I'luks&oi Watt, of tho Department of Agriculture, delivered a ' very interesting ad- 1 i dress at tho Dungownn Hotel on .Saturday night last, tho subject being the food of plants. 'I lie lecturo throughout was illus trated bv lantern slides, and was mucli ap preciated bv those present. ihe long looked for hall is now completed and it is n fine structure, being croeted by Mr. K. Henry, of Nemingha. it will be opened on Tuesday next, 23rd inst., by a granu nan and .supper, ana snouiu no a great success. The local football team were defeated by Wnolomin on Saturday last by 0 points to 3. j The weather for t)io last fortnight bus] been very mild and every place is wearing a beautiful green appearance, and with a lit tle more rain we should have a very early spring. 21/8/10. ?

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GOONOO GOONOO CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

goonoo goonoo creek news. (Kroiu our Correspondent.) Tim. AVoatlier. — The nji.st month lias been ? sprin^-liUo; -tbu result has heuutiitad our1 rurnl laml-sonyes. HI r. 'K. ttuoomh lost a' dairy cow from an oror-gorge of clover, t)iis | l)oing the iirst cow to ??blow*' hore this spring. The output of cn»am Itas increased ten-fold though it. can not be solely attri buted to the herbage. I Progress Meeting. — A moderately represen-! tative meeting was lield on 17ih inst. ..I?usi-J itess was slack, tViou^h a:; usual, some road' repair was asked for, this time between J j and 10 mite. pe^s. The livst term of our ;\s-j sociation expires in Syplember. Tliorrl'ory next meeting is expecterl to be ^oml, ;is elec-l place. Political. — A committee of nearly twenty of Mr. Levien's supporters was formed at Mr. Bridge's, on 20tn. Mr. »I. EvtMHm oc supied the chair wlii'e Hlr. Uridine was ap pointed secretary. Mr. 11. Xcsbit, speaking fust, gave well-thou^lit-out views. Mr. Dunn (late of South Au...

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