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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
MARKET REPORTS. TAMAVORTH. Garvin and Cousens reiiort haying held their usual weekly fat and store stock sale oil Thursday, August, 25th : — Fat Sheep. — A big yarding comprising principal'}- wetliers and ewes of medium qual ity with a sprinkling of prime lots; there wa.s a good atteudance of buyers, but the quality being below the usual average mili tated against values, and competition was not too keen, consequently a eood many yards were passed. They sold : Account 11. M. Barnc;, Ks(|., 50 hoggets at Jl/G; account Thompson, lOsq., 103 xhrcd ewes at 14/, 100 ditto at I I/, II hoggets at 9/; account J. .lohnston, Esq., 02 wethers at 11/. Eat Cattle. — A fair number offered., chief ly good quality bullocks and heifers including a fine draft of bullocks from liective, and an exceptionally prime lot of heifers on account of Mr. E.' . rentier ; competition was good all tlimnirli. jtf milled iiliniti. 111/ n/,r ln»nrl nrl_ vancc of last sales: bullocks made to £8/0/, aud heifers to £7. ...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
U^,_ ' RAINFALL. i ' A fall of rain occurred during Wednesday - night, and yesterday morning, the following ^jjheing the records to o'clock: — Armidale 20, : - Rarraba 37, Bendemcer 30, Bingara 28, ir~l!ourko 8, lioggabri 35, Coonamble 22, Clar - 1 oiu'c Heads I, C'oolah 12, Goodooga 2, Gun ?5-..:iiedah 32, Jlanilla lo, Jli'lio 23, Moree 15, un;;indi o, Jluswenibrook 10, Mogil Mogtl ?Vf'll, Narrabri 33, Newcastle I, Nundle 35, Single to 11 10, Sydney 1, Tenterfield 10, Quirindi 22, AValgott 20, Warialda 10, Yet . man . 2. Tamworth l-ailfall from 1st Janu A ary, 2255 points. Ri'.L'istralioiis from 9 a.m., yesterday, to rA* 9 - a. ,tn. to-day : — Annidale 2-1 'points, Bar ; rabn 2y, Beiideineei- 20, Bingiini 1. Nundle 2, Tamworth 13, Tenterfiefcl 20, Warialda 10, Yetman 30. - 1
THE ADVISORY BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
TIIK ADVISORY BOARD. Messrs.. 1«. Pea to and H. Seudall, members of tho Northern Districts Closer Settlement Advisory Board, are at present in town. The Board (the other member of which is Mr. / AY. J. Clonan) has just inspected estates in ' the Singleton and Mr.'sw'ellbrook -districts, ' including the we'l known Bengalla estate in the latter district. Tho next inspection . - by the Board will be in the Annidale dis trict.
ROWLAND WARD, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
ROAYLAND WARD, LTD. I 111 another column, 111 our advertisement V'_: si^ico, is announced the formal appointment :j , : of. Mr. R. S. Poison, the Company's super £p;' nitendont, a» sole representative of Messrs. . ' Rowland AYard, Ltd., vice-regal tea mer ..chants, to tlie Tamworth and Manilla centres. Air. Poison comes along with good credentials and should meet with .groat support.
CALENDAR—1910. AUGUST—XXXI DAYS. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
[CALENDAR— 1910. AUGUST— XXXI DA\ S. I'll ASKS OF TIIK MOON*. New Moon ? 5th, 4.37 p.m. First Qimrlar ? KUh, 12.1 p.m. Full xMoon ? LMsl, a 14 a. (ii. - Last Quarter ? ii8tl», 12.33 a.m. « . I m . e » c . ^ « UKMAUKADl.R KVKNTS. s-2 £ o ^-2 £ % 'T~ ~ i In .in p.m. l.M (i 18') 14| 3 4 lii -JS ti, I'll ' Ii 4'|5 15 -1 ID 1 40 3,W 0 47'') to' fl 1!) 2 40 'I, Ml « .lfi.f, Iti (i In 3 46 fi.l*'' li 45 5 17 7 4 4 53 fi.S ti 43 5 IS1 7 44 C 0 . . 7]^ lltli Sunday af. Trin. 0 4-2 5 1!) 8 10 7 3 ' -S.M Ii 41 3 20 S 40 8 4 . 0,1' (i 40 . j 20 !) 15 !) 2 , 10, W 0 30 5 21 0 42 0 58 , .1 l|l Ii , (i 38 5 22 10 8 10 54 ?12,K (i 375 2210 3511 CO - 13.S ' 0 3115 23 11,. 5 a.m. ? MS I'Jtli Sunday af. Trin. 6 3ti5 24 11 40 12 46 15.M 6 35 5 24 p.m. 143 16,1 u 0 31 5 25 1 2 2 39 1 7| IV 0 33 -- 25 I 53 3 3G lS.Tli 6 32 5 26 2 51 4 30 10K 6 31 5 2b 3 54 5 10 20,S - 6 30 5 27 4 50 6 2 21 [S '3th Siiiiduy af. Tria. G 28 5 28 0 ti 6 40 22, M G 27 5 20 7 13 7 17 23, Til 6 20 5 30 8 10 7 50 24, W 6 24 5 30...
Cycle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
Cycle Notes. (By 4 * Warn tali.') About two dozen oyclists and motor cyc - lists steerci the wheels to the !Moor Creek Caves on Simdav last, and snout an ehjoy ab!o clay. On arriving at tho creek many quenehed their thirst in the clear, cooJ, sparkling water of tho Moor, and afterwards started tip tho hill to explore the mystery of tho caves. Having lighted our lamps and caudles we descended into the idoomv dentils (slow music), there to view the sparkling stalactites radiating their glow around. Since our last visit many of these beauti* fill stones have been broken off and thrown about outside. Some steps shou.M be taken to preserve tho natural beauty of these subterranean pas sages. After seeing all tliat was to be seen, wo made our wav to the light of day and ? gathered . nrmfuls of watt.'o with which ovorybody heaped themselves and made our way home, reaching thc 'Good old City' in time for the mid-day meal. ; The following handicaps have been declar ed for the 30-miIo Speedwel...
OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
OUR LADIES' LETTER. (Uy 'Reseda.') I he pnssn,^ awav ..I' jr^at Florence -N i^htin^ah' ab.lhe ;nh';i iirrtl ;i of !)() years las aroused tho whole empire. Kvorv inem 01 °' J1; 0110 nnd all, has hastened to offer lospeettul sympathy. lOvon the smallest child Mio»s the Ill-oat work thc noble ladv did dm inn tin- Crimean War. As Jean d'Arc was 1- lance ;; lieroinc, so Florence Ni-htirii'iile is ours. iJn iianm lias liccii a liousehpld word for more than 50 years, and is written indelibly on tho corridors of time. ' l'or 'whene er a noble d ccd is wrought » licne er is spoken a nol,)le thought' Our hearts in y.lad surprise. To higher love's rise. ilouor to those wjio.^e Avords or cIoecTs Mills helo us in our daily needs. ' And .by their overflow,* liaise us from what is loiv!' 'On England's annals, through tlio long llerearter of her speech and song, 1 . i'A lady with a lamp shnl' stand - » In tho threat history of the land A noble type of good, Horojo AVomanhood. n„'iVoi' ever shall li...
DEEP BREATHING AND DOUBLE CHINS [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
'DKICP Jilt BATHING AND. D0C11LK CHINS It is not easy to estimate the benefits of deep and rhythmic breathing. According to a lady who has made a life-study of phvsicial culture, flabbiness and angularity, she as serts, are largelv due to the habit of breath ing with only tlie upper part oi one's lungs. Double chins, 'puffiness,' and other deform civ,* „ + ennw. nm.cn Pliv. sical well-being is, in a large measure, hound up with the breath and with well-developed lungs. And by a persistent practice of deep breathing, one may acquire brightness of eye, rounded outlines, and a qommaud of the body in all .its functions. Kven the out look on lifo may he improved, for the 'deep- breather,' we learn, acquires courage/ conii rience, and an invincible optimism. In short, deep breathing is an unfailing source of phy sical energy, bodily lightness, and buoyancy of mind.
BACK YONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
HACK VONDJCR. I When the time of toil is ended mul the stars | begin to show, And the firelight fades and flickers, and the shadows come and go ; j When the present day is fading through the I portals of. the past 1 To join tlie other dav.s that made tho journey nil too fast. You can't help going with it far enough, to say 'good-bye.' And maybe it will take your hand and lead yon; and you try — To laugh and hope, just, as you did when everything was new, And you were living in the land of thing? you meant to do. ' It takes vou to the, rainbow which showed treasure's hiding place # . ? It shows youth's starting point, where all were equal in the race. The Winter's fierceness there was all forgot- j ten in a day, ? J Kor nothing was so real as the blossoming o£ May. . The stars that shine afar then seemed so radiantly near That one might pluck them from the sky, should we but persevere. r ? Life's fairest, truest joys are those too fair to e'er be true. . They dwell back yonder in the...
BECTIVE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
BECTIVE NEWS. (From a corrosnoiident.1 Mr. LevieirVs Committee. — A meeting of ?supporters of Mr. It. H. Levieii, M.L.A., was held on Kith August, for the puropso of forming a committee to further Mr. Lovien's interests in this locality. A large and repre sentative nuniher of residents took advant age of tho opportunity offered of again show ing their appreciation of our present mem ber's valuable services, by forming a strong 'committee. Mr. W. j. Peek was voted to thc chair, and in a short, introductory ad dress. placed before those present the' ad visability of forming a coinmittee. Air. II. Farthing, junior, was appointed secretary. Tjlio following resolutions wero then moved and carried : — That this meeting hereby ex presses its continued confidence in Sir. 1!. H. I.evien, M.L.A., and that a committee bo now formed ? to assist in securing his re turn to Parliament at the forthcoming State elections. Ail present were enrolled, and others, who were unavoidably absent, luive sinc...
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. THE SECRET OF HOME HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
THE HOME COLUMN. j CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jouneviv.') THE SECRET OF HOME HAPPINESS. Happiness is a personal possession. To a very large extent it is independent of cir cumstances, indeed, tho most favored lives are devoid of it unless the quality of being able to he happy exists ; and tlio most liieagro existence can be full of a real happiness. Few women realise what assistance tliev could ii'iuiei men onsoaiKis in ine pursuit oi Hap piness, nor do they see that the overtures of such assistance must come from themselves. This hint also applies to tlie elder daughters, if there be such in the household, 11s well as to the house-mothers, whoso time may ho already occupied. It Ls rare that a man will make any suggestions of this kind, but let 1 1 i 111 see such desiro 011 tho part of liis wile or his daughter, and he will bo more than ready to make tlioni happy. What happi ness is there for any household when the master or mistress loses self-control, and scenes take place which m...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
MUSICAL NOTES. (By 'Pitchfork.') I think that tho Tamworth Choir, at their i concert on Monday last, surprised even their most sanguiuo supporters. On paper the programme looked enticing (even to the jaded musical public of Tamworth), and the way it was carried out should surely ho sat isfactorv to all concerned. Ono does not as a rule look for perfection or for even a particularly high standard ill tho doings of amateur choral bodies; tlioro foro tho singinjj of a chorus like 'Worthy is tho Lamb, lor instance, was all tho more pleasing. And thero can be no doubt that tho applause which followed that item alono, was not only sympathetic hut of genuine sat isfaction. . * * ? ? I hope, however, I may bo pardoned for remarking that the repetition of. this item was rather a mistake, as it was too much to oxpoct of tlio singers after such an effort. Ono might as well expect an athlete to re peat a liard fought race immediately after winning. On ' Wednesday next the Musical Society vwill ...
BOOKS FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
BOOKS VOU GIULS. There is in many homes, and rightly so, a rigid censorship of books for the maidens of, say, bashful fifteen. Hut doe.s it. always toilow that that censorship constitutes a barrier iu the way of girls reading what old er people consider hardly tlie right tiling? Not by any means. It can hardly be denied tl-*» irivlc nf in-dnv nro fill* ninro nrocn cious than those of a generation ago, and it is, to mv mind, to the liberty they are allow ed in choosing not only their books, but their companions, that this is attributable. There | is a greater possibility of lots of tilings than of a mother thinking .her daughter guilty of acquiring taste for books of a doubtful character, but- that taste exists,' neverthe less. This, to im; mind, could he checked to some extent by 'girls being given, instead of being allowed to choose, their reading mat ter.
ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. ? During last year 783 appointments were] made in the Public .Service, iltli of which were v to fill vacancies caused by deaths, resigna tions, retirements, dismissals. For iH blocks of land in tho parish of v ? Gooninbah (North Coast), there were 020 ap plicants last' week, 20 of whom were Hindoos. They did not got any. Premier AYade addressed the electors of ] - Burwood, and amongst other things he said — 'Neither the Federal nor the State Labor , Party could he relied on for honesty of pur- . pose in the programme it had put forward . for the alleviation of the Uisadvantages the ' people wi-ro supposed to lie labouring under 'The Statu Labor Party, m order to strengthen iLs own cause was manufacturing every kind of slander to displace the Govern ment that had done so much [or tho coun try. ? ' 'If the people felt called ujioil to give Air. McGowenVs parly I he reins of ollice, he was satisfied iu his own mind that it woul...
TESTED RECIPES. Cornish Salad. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
iTCSTKtr KKC1PKS. j Cornish Salad Kour raw yolks ol egg, one gin ot ou.mvi two tahlespoonsful cold water, one table spoonful vinegnr, 'one teas|«ponfiil clumped parsley, ono teaspoonful chopped chervil, one jtcaspoonful made mustard, a (lust of castor 'sugar, cavenne, and salt. Put the vo.ks ol the eggs iu a basin, beat up with t.ie colu water, add tho salt, sugar, nnd thinly mix ed mustard, also the vinegar, parsley, ana chervil. Whisk the cream till just thick. Stir it lightly, and serve very cold. Gunva Jelly. Twolvo pounds gunvas, four pints wntor; bruise fruit and put in pan with water, nnd boil wowly for 0110 hour. Strain through jellv-bng, and to six pints of juico add five pounds sugar (brewers' crystals). . Hoil lor ono hour, or until jtlie jelly is found to set. Sauco'for Steak or Chops. Chopped parsley, lemon juico, salt and pop per ; put into hot butter. Hnoiiim Cake. Four eggs, one dessertspoonful butter, four tnblespoonsfiil sugar, small cup of Hour, pinch of srwt. Hea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
Proud's 7 Strand nnd jiffi 5 Strand Jewelled Rings IB!) havo tho efTect of 7 Rings and of ,n ' 5 Rings In ono. . The blending of the Jewels in these lings is remarkable. The Diamond, the Ruby, the Sapphire, the Pearl and tlie Olivine, each with its own peculiar cliann, contribute lo the brilliance of tlie whole, giving a sense of richness, beauty aud colour. Thc Seven Strands or the Five Strands, each set with jewels, produce a singularly charming effect. 3 Strand Ring - -S3 3 0 1 Strand Ring - - - -£110 You cnti got tho Rings just as easily by Post ns by railing in person. mm w. j. proud, Jewellers & Gem Merchants, wiMi/J 187 J-iH S '? Cnear King Si J ^t/dnet/i £5/5/0 hatton garden. London.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
Whole Arm a Mass of Inflammation. llOfcU'ITAI- THIOA'BUCNT USKJ-ICSS llt'i' ZAJl-JJUK PROiMl'l'IA CliltlvS. 'While cutiiny, bread, tho slipped ti iid inflicted a deeii cm L on my wrist, says Miss lllsio 11 arris, of 2;»7 l'n, mer-street, b.vil ney. 'Tlio wound whs ;i very severe 0110, anil thero must have been mine dirt on tlio knife, ns mv wvist- utrtrlcd to swell, «nul liulauunu lion spread up my arm until it reached the siioultlor. The pain was terrible, and it wai!| oiilv with difficulty that I could obtain rest. I .attended Die hospital, and the doctors treated iuuI dressed tlie wound with djiteient ointments, hut their efforts went in vain, nnd, at tho end of n month my arm was ma worse condition than before. Seeing that /aiu-luiK was n remedy for all sorts of sores, and rciid inR of a case very similar to my own cliat had been etired bv it, 1 decided to l-'ive^ the Halm a trial. Ko' I procured a pot of .ani jluli, and nnp'ied it carefully. in accordance with directions, and u...