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

gWMftf 6—fttf I Wire Mattresses OF DOUBLE STRENGTH! Wire Mattresses to-day are not -what they used to be. They have improved, and improved, until now we can show you special designs that will truthfully last a lifetime. Our present Stock, which reachcd ua early in the New Year, is from Sydney's leading Manufacturers— have strong frames—made by a patented process to prevent warp and stretch.' IF YOU ARE FURNISHING OR DESIRE A NEW MATTRESS-SEE THESE. THEY ARE BIG SATISFIERS. > 6ft 6in x 4ft 6in, Us 6d, J5s, 18s, to 27s 6d „ 3ft 6in, IQs 6d to los 6d 3ft, 10s to 16s Stretchers, 2ft 6ifl/ 10s 6d ."IT/ANTED, good plain cook, 12/ per week. |VY Mrs. Hyson, Hot*], Mooddi. XX 7ANTED Giris for tbo Tam worth Stoam •JtV • Laudry. WANTED at once, a Smart Boy. Hurvi son, Chemist, Peel-street. WANTED, Gaud GentAial. Apply Mr, Bourke, "Clifton," Peel-street. WANTED.—Competent Geoeml. Mrs. H. J. O'Hnllorun, "The Pines," Car thage-street.. WANTED.—Lad for Dairy Farm, must be £ood milking hand. W. ...

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

BIRTH. BURKE.—On January 2 1911, at Nurse Mc- Culloch's Private Hospital, Marius st., the wife of D. J. Burke, of Avondale— a son. DEATH. GUSTAFSON,—At midnight, Sunday, Janu-   ary 8. 1911. at her parents' residence, Parice street, Lismore, Ethel May, be- loved and only daughter of G. E. and Ada Maud Gustafson. Aged six and a half mouths.  

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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5,000 LODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

I , 5,000 LODGERS. Five thousand Scottish lodgers answered 'on masse recently citations served on tbem to sliow reasons before Sheriff Kennedy, at the Town Hall, Kinning Park, Glasgow, why objections to their names being on tho Parliamentary voters' roll for the division of East Renfrewshire should not be sustain ed. Tlie citations were the outcome of dis agreements between the agents of the poli tical parties. The lodgers were advised by one side to appear at 10.30 a.m;, and by the other side at 11 a.m. As the Town Hall of Kinning Park provides accom modation for not more than 500 persons, a scene of extraordinary clamour arose. as battalions ten times as great march ed upon the buildings. By 10 o'clock the hall was thronged with city clerks and young mechanics. Many were bubbling over with fun, but many others were filled with indig | nation at their loss of a day's pay. As some outlet for their mixed feelings the mechanics, who had a large store of greasy waste, aveng ed themselv...

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

ANXIOUS MOMENTS. une of the most anxious times, of a mo ther's life is when jier little ones have croup. Thoro is no other -medicine so effec tive in iliis terriblbe malady as Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. It can be safolv eivon and depended upon. No mother should ever bo without a bottle in tlio house. 1/0 and 3/. I Obtainable at all stores, und Pullman's Pilar maoy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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WHAT DAD SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

WHAT DAD SAYS. Necessity Uuo.vs 110 law—it is generally too poor to liiro a lawyer. It is easier for some men to adjust t-lio finances of the notion than to manage tlieir own. This is tlio season of tl» year in which you can got what you do not want cheap.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MISS BRADDON'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

MISS BR ADDON'S BIRTHDAY. "It is tho happiest birthday of nil in.v life," said Miss liraddon recently, as slio returned from a drivo rouud tho favorito haunts of her earlier years. And well it might he, for 011 tho first.ray of her seventy fourth year she had carried out unfaltering ly even a longer programme of strenuous action than that which first won her fame when, hoping against hope, she wrote the opening chapters of her first serial story in a single night. That day tho novelist was engaged on her sixty-soveuth work. Her morning, lllce Caesar's Gaul, Was di vided into three parts. Tho first, and not the least interesting, was tho perusal of her record mail bag, which comprised hundreds of letters of congratulation, ninny from lif j long friends, others from complete strang ers. Tile second consisted of a wander round tho garden of Lichfield House, Richmond, Surrey, which for many years has been her home, and which now, under the touch of autumn, is particularly lovely. The th...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P.R.C. SETTLERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

P.R.C. SETTLERS' MEETING. It is announced in the advertising col urans of this issue, that a meeting of dele gates will take place in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Friday, February 10th, at 3 o'clock, to discuss the best means of endeavouring to have concessions granted by the Go vernment as regards the payment of instal ments due on P.R.C. areas by the new set tlers.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST TAMWORTH ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

WEST TAMWORTH ALLOTMENTS. It will be noticed by advertisement in this issue that the Peel River Laud anil Mine ral Co., Intend holding a further sale ot town allotments in West Tamwortli, at an early date. Garvin and Cousens, Ltd., and Johnston anil Markham are the auction eers in conjunction.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, AVEATHKR FOUKCAST. Unsettled t<> showery generally. More flood rniiis and galea ill the east, particularly on coastal rivers, south of tlio HawUesbury, and easterly winds.

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

'•All .tlio world seems nay" when yon Uke NEMIA TOXIC.*

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GOONOO GOONOO CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

GOONQO GOONOO CREEK NEWS. (From our correspondent.) Heavy rain lias fallen here, about 335 points /laving been registered tip to this morning. •rho creet was running a, banker, but has ;iow subsided almost to its normal level. Tho ■water washed away most of the crossings. The fall will do a lot of good, as rain was needed, <;niong other purposes, for the corn crops. 'Hie Goonoo Goonoo Creek .Progress As sociation was to have hold a meeting last .Wednesday, but it lapsed for want of a quorum. Tho meeting will now be held next "Wednesday night nt 8 p.m., at Mr. George's residence, block 162, when a large attendance is requested.

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

FUNERAL OF JEM MACf PUGILIST'S SON THE OFFICIATING MINISTER. The funeral took place on Tuesday, 6th December, at Anfleld cemetery, Liverpool, of the famous ex-champion pugilist ,Tem Mace. Many well-known people Jn the sporting world attended the last rites, which were conducted by the deceased's son, the Rev. Alfred Mace. On one of the numerous floral tributes was a card containing the fol lowing verse:— "Where hardy heroes. nature's weapons wield, ' He stood unconquered, champion of the field. . ' . Time counts him out, but >niem«ry will re- j main— • We ne'er shall look upon his like again,"

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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NOTES. SOME COBWEBS IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

NOTES. SOME COBWEBS IN THE AIR. It seems a pity to disturb such thread have expressions as "vested interests, "the grovelling press,"'etc. These old timers do great service in election campaigns, but dragging them to light on any other occa sion, constitutes a brunch of confidence with such old and honored institutions. But a zealous correspondent, in to-day's "Dally Ob server," apparently has no qualms in this respect, for he cold-bloodedly deposits on our- breakfast-plate this morning those good old, righteous, piercing shafts. Exception is taken by the correspondent to a "Note" in the "Gaily Observer" relative to the visit of -Mr. "Andy" Fisher and Mr. "Jim" M'Gowen to the Coronation, and because it was - (thought, that these gentlemen may lunch With "a dook," a homily from this gentle • tban is our burden. There is also some men tion- of a fallen angel, but lest :i be con . Jiidered disloyal, not to say anarchical, it has fceen decided to keep out "his lower ma jesty" while touc...

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

NEMIA TONIC restores the bloom of health in exchange for pale bleached looks. ,

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The Tamworth Daily Observer SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS^ Our -local municipal governing body lias bow practically been dissolved by effluxion "of time and a new council is to be elected fcy the ratepayers 011 Saturday, 2Sth Janu ary. The suffrages of the people are to be sought by the majority of sitting aldermen and a number of names new to municipal life are mentioned as probable candidates. /Those who have borne the brunt of the .work for the past three years deserve the thanks of the vommunity. it must not be •••■ lorgotten that those u)>on whom the respon sibility of the advancement of the Jown rests, Insofar as municipal government is concerned, have had to suffer a certain am ount of personal inconvenience. The im portant matters before the Council have re quired careful and long consideration. Most .vigorous and instructive debates have oc curred and the discussions have resulted in all matters being dealt with in a practi cable manner. Some aldermen have tin dotibtedly shone...

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EXPLORER'S TRAGIC JOURNEY. BOYD ALEXANDER RECOUNTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

EXPLORERS TRAGIC JOURNEY, BOYD ALEXANDER RECOUNTED. llio lust great journey across Africa nil- ! "taken by Lioutwuant Boyd Alexander, who was murdered near Abeshir, in tlio 1'rench Soudan, early ]„3t year, is for tlio first tmio described in detail by Koutor's Agoncy.. The story is that of tho explorer's Solo companion, Joso Lopez, who, after long uol'oy m connection with , tho recovery of Ins master's body, and the subscquoiit fune ral, has arrived in Kuglund from the Lul.o Chad district. sonllTwi10"1'3 thnt nltll0»Sli all Ins per . onal belongings and equipment were looted ly tile natives, a book containing Lieutenant. AWndei s diary, closely written in (two largo volumes to within a day of the tra , 'V "'ith routo sketches of tlio traversed, wore, fortunatelv, discovered by tho Freudli in the ,V„,se of the King of Tama five days after tlio Trench punitive expedition had avenged the murder and recovered tl,0 body. Without these ven little would have been known of the fatal jonrney...

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HOW TO COOK THE POTATO. AN EXPERT ON ENGLISH METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HOW TO COOK THE POTATO. AN 13XPEHT OS ENGLISH METHODS. English methods of cooking vegetables were contrasted with Continental mothods by ill'. Hennaiu\ Semi in uu address to tho Royal Horticultural Society ut Westmin ster. Mr. Senn declared tlmt there is room for improvement in Englisli cookery. Too often vegetables are badly cooked, indigestible, tasteless, and unsightly, and their nutri ment wasted. To bo in perfect health a man should have at least one course of vege tables each day. Dealing as a practical cool; with the hum ble. potato and cabbage, "so often badly and disgracefully cooked," Mr. Senn remarked that in this country cabbage, was always boil ed whereas the French, Germans, Swiss, and Italians would not look at plain boiled cab bage inaro than onco a year. To ho well cooked the cabbage required tho addition of fat, real animal fat, and not tho coco-nut fat or other substitute of tho vegetarian. "No ono can persuade me,'' said tho lectur er, "that these things can repl...

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

I INTEREST AWAKENED. , Interest awakened everywhere in the raar ! velloua cures of Cute. Bums, and Wounds . with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, la • Gd and 3s. Obtainable at all stores, anl Pull- ; man's Pharmacj-.* i A boor, and ft bloaoiag to young women. NKMIA fONTC rt>Eu!nt«8 thr functions*

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

REMARKABLE NEW CURE; ISOTONIC SEA WATER. .For ^ considerate time past patients have been- treated at llio ".TJTs'i^iTsaTro Manns in Paris by M. M. R. Quinton,- by means of isotonic so a water, , or plasma marin, and from accounts which have been published from- time to time, treated with most satis factory results. Through the agency of the British Homoeopathic Society, M. Quinton had mi opportunity-■ recently ■of- explaining for the first time to an English audience tlie nature of the new trout merit. Tliis was at a meeting held at the Homoeopathic Hos pital. From the"large' '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 a scientist of tlie first order. He had specially studied biology and physiology, and lie was a Professor of Comparative Physiology at the College do France. Certain laboratory experiments led him to investigate the origin pL life...

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

THE GARDEN. ' <j (Specially written for the. "Daily Obson^flMfr by J.A.D.), ;■ •£, The Double Stool;.—'Die Double' StocK, iftf popular a flower in our gardens, is a. Uor?N(| of comparatively modern ifetel Ifa the of our early writers the "stock gilliflowarjfl as it was called, had assumed a Variety <2$ forms, and there wore even then double ered varieties* But the specialists durio®. rocont' years have improved tliev'flower' isr, such an (intent that the present double stockj scarcely bears any resemblance to the stooij ;<liiliflower. The exquisite spicy odour o£ '<*1 flower of old tunes ensured Its popularity, audi, the delightful fragrance of 'our prosant gran® stock flowers is a guarantee of their unfod-* ing popularity. About 30. species of atoctt^ .are kuown to botanists, all natives ot. th#> countries bordering tlio Mediterranean. • Th«h generie name is mathiola, an,d the-most'inut.. portant of the species are -mathiolu annua,,' o...

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