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WORMS IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
WORMS IN PIGS. The United States Department of Agri culture recommends the following as a re medy for worms in hogs : For a 10 to o0 pound shout- give -I grains' of calomel ill tho morning for three consecutive days. It should he well mixed in a small amount of slopsaiid given before other feed is eaten. It the caloino'. causes t:.o free purging 011 the second aay, oeiay uio um-u uuto 101 .. u..- or two. It. does not matter much how the medicine is given, so each pig gets his share and 110 more. It is suggested that the me dicine ba fed to the pigs in small bunches so the greedy ones will not get too much. It will be safest to have your druggist weigh out and put in papers the dose for say each ten pigs, and then feed the medicine to this nuniher at a time.
THE R.C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
THE R.C. BALL. lo-da.v a meeting was held of the ladies at tho Deanery to wind up the recent R.C. Ba»l.. Dean O'Neill presided. The statement of accounts showed the gross receipts am ounted to .t'JlHWl I/O, and the nett receipts C180/0 }\). Tlie Dean thanked the ladies for the energy manifested in making the ball such a pronounced success, and in particu lar manner, he thanked the two energetic sri'M«i.;u iea i.^|(-s(ianies v.. itcgan ana «J. r. M'Caffrey). He expressed his deep grati tude to hts many non-Catholic friends for! their patronage at the ball, which manifest- 1 ed a very kbidly feeling amongst the various creeds in Tamworth. He honed this kind feeliiiii would be always one of the leading characteristics of our prosperous town.
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.). ALLEGED STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
POLICE COURT. Thursday/ august 23. (Boforo .All'. 0. A. Edwards, P.M.). ALLEGED STEALING FROM THE PER SON. .I0I111 Lee and AYilliam Richard Brann, on I bail, wore charged with stealing from tho person of John William AYoollett, the sum ' of 1*1/18/, tho property of tho said John I AYilliau AA'oollett, at Tamworth, 011 August, 23, 1910. Mr. O'Halloran appeared for ac cused. Constable Smith deposed: U11 the ovening' of the 23rd instant, at 4 p.m., in consequence' of a complaint, I arrested the accused Leo ill Kitzroy-stroet and charged him with steal ing from the person of John AA'illiain AYoo'. leit. O11 tho way to the lock-up lie said, 'All I have on me is twopence, which you will sco when searching 111c.' When search ing accused at the lock-up, I found 2d. -in his left coat pocket, also 3/0 in his right boot (produced). I said to him, 'AVhere did you got this 3/0?' Ho said, 'A man gave it to me.' I then said, 'AYliv do you carrv it iu .vour boot?' and he made 110 reply. I also said...
MR. G. R. W. McDONALD AT BENDEMEER. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
MR. G. R. AY. MeDONALD AT BENDE MEliR. (To tho editor.) » i should be sufficient reply to Mr. Rob. D. Dixon's letter appearing in vour issue of tho 'J.'hd inst., to sav that lie was 011 v present for a very short time at the commencement of mv meeting at Bondemeer. Surely this admittedly big meeting must have contained some friends of Mr. Moore, hut although I ant accused of hurling 'pure unadulterated political seurrilitv and abuse' at that gentleman, not one word was heard iu protest. If Mr. Dixon had only remained at the meeting to hear what I said, instead of going home to write to the 'Observer, ' it would not have been necessary for nu» to again encroach upon your space. The con tents of his letter would indicate that it was partly written before he went near the meet ing, evidently in anticipation of tilings I would have said had I on*y come up to his expectations of what a Labor candidate should he. To be brief and explicit T cla^s the 'statements contained in Mr. Dixon's le...
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. v. ? ? — (By—wiro.).. .. ? SYDNEY, 'Tuesday. SUSSEX ST 11 EFT SALES. Chaff increased in value by u/, lucerno hay 3/4 per ton ; maize. Id. per bushel. Po tatoes-showed a weakness of (S/8 per ton, and wheat; Id. per bushel. Derrick straw, lu cerne chaff and turnivs remained unaltered, while oaten hay was neglected. Choice qual ity chaff sold at -I/O to -1/8, prime 3/8 to 4/2, good 3/4 to 3/0, inferior 2/S per cwt., prime lucerne hay, small bales, 4/2, medium 2/11 to 3/, good dump bales 3/ to 3]2 per cwt., good derrick straw commanded '~I, inferior Swede turnips 1/ per cwt., prime redskin potatoes (5/4 to 0/8, medium to good 5/2 to Of; prime whiteskiiis 5/2 per cwt., prime white maize 2/0i, good yellow 2/«J per bushel. prime chickwiieat 3/9*. good at 3/0 per bushel, j wheat 3/91 to 3/101, barley 2/3 to 2/05.
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Prosa Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. | Fridav. 1 A woman mado a remarkable statement to tho police with regard to the Kensington mystery. She states she was at a house when tlie deceased came and knocked at the door. She was admitted and went upstairs with an elderly woman, who was also in the house. They remained upstairs for some time, and then tho elderly woman called her up, and pointing to Miss O linen, said, 'This girl is dying.' She was terrihlv agitated and helped the woman to carry tfio girl out on to tho balcony. She did not know how tho L'irl was taken out to Kensington nor who took her there. The woman, after mak ing the statement, was allowed to go home under police surveillance, while the detec tives are investigating her sensational al legations. The police are satisiied they know where tho sulky was secured, and by whom. If the men are identified then the mystery will be solved as to how tho dead girl was convoyed to Kensington. Another applic...
FARMERS MUST ORGANISE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
FARMERS MUST ORGANISE. Ill the course o£ 1111 address at the oiglitn annual convention of the Victorian Cham ber of Agriculture held in Hallarat the other day, at which there wero more than 300 delegates present, Senator 'SI 'Coll in sisted 011 the necessity . for organisation amongst farmers. Ho asked 'Had the ag ricultural industry its proper place in Aus tralian enterprise? Had the agricultural in dustry' its nroner representation in the Le gislatures or the country? (Cries of ('No'). '1 hen whoso fault was it? When every other industry was organised, and the .agricultural industry was disorganised, it .'became the sport of the rest. Farmers had helped to build up the protected industries to make ' markets' and good prices for the industries ot tile towns. 11 was nw i.m »»»? '?'==-= town industries should turn round and de mand duties 011 the expo'rts of raw products. Nothing should come between tho farmer and the outside markets. Australia could, not use all the natural producti...
A GRAND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
A GRAND COUNTRY. I Prosperous Australia. — 111 lus presidential address at the annual meeting of tlie .bya nov Chamber of Commerce, Mr. \\ liicli coii'be, M.L.C., said Australia gcnornlly, and New South Wales in particular, was rul ing upon a wave of prosperity. Mocks and liords were multiplying, tlio area ol land under cultivation .was increasing every year, money was piouuiiii «-»? . V ., wa.s emrlovmcut for every willing woiKei. Good seasons have been the rule lor several years past, and when seasons were lavoralifc nothing could hold Australia back. Ihe ca pacity of this country lor the production --r wealth was so great in good years that tlio draughts and plagues of other days werj quite forgotten, nnd urged 011 by sight ol the nYntc:)iis clips and crous oi to-oay, nien scramble for bind at ovor;iiierensing prices. Thev hoard 'little nowadays ol the rabbits and' lb.' v:i'assho|Micrs : .for the tune being thev were relegated io obscurity. Closer j sell lenient pvo«''d« rapidly;...
A REMARKABLE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
A REMARKABLE MAX. Thc 'Adelaide Observer recently gave an account of a South Australian farmer who started with nothing, and now owns 5UUU acres of. land and makes £2000 a year. Ho will never learn of tho publicity lie lias achieved unless he is told verbally, for he can neither read nor write. 'His signa ture is X. and a book or a newspaper never outers bis house. ) et lor economic man agement and the fashioning of use-fill nnd substa ntinl farm requisites I do not think lie is to be equalled (says a correspondent 111 an exchange). He is not a grower, however ; a portion ol his oOOO acrcs is devoted to horse and cattle breeding, for which, purpose he maintains about 20 blood mares, a stallion, and numerous cattle, all of tho best stamp. Ho spends 110 money 011 repairs to machinery A but (loos all tho work himself, and such is his management throughout that he nets £2000 a year. He is an ongineor by instinct, nnd when 1 saw him last lie spoke about providing the home with electric l...
MRS. HELEN BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
MRS. HELEN BARTON. &nbsp; Mrs. Helen Barton, a temperance advo- cate from Sotland, and the first lady in Scotland to occupy a position as councillor, addressed a meeting in the Central Hall yes- terday afternoon. The Rev. Jas. Cosh pre- sided, and on behalf of the Mayoress (Mrs. Matheson), introduced Mrs. Barton to the audience, which was comprised mainly of ladies. Prior to Mrs. Barton's address, Mr. &nbsp; H. L. Finer, of Sydney, rendered a vocal item, Miss Denning acting as accom- panist on the piano. Mrs. Barton, who is a forcible sneaker, dealt with the subject of temperance, and the influence of women in the home life of the country. During her remarks she stated that the press of New South Wales was one-sided on the great question of temperance, and gave more space to the other side. At the conclusion of the lecture a vote of thanks was accorded the lecturer on the motion of Mrs. Deshon. In conveying the vote to Mrs. Barton, Mr. Cosh said they were fortunate i...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910
PERSONAL. Mr. F. I). Fisher, of the relieving staff, is acting as relieving Crown Lands Agent at Tamworth. AA'ord reached town that Mr. Cliarlio Lad, who .has been travelling on the northern line for a number of years representing tho Aus tralian Drug Co.,' Ltd., died in Sydney to day. Rev. A. AAr. Johnstone and Mrs. Johnstone were farewelled at Gleij Junes on Wednes day by a large and representative gather ing. The lev. gentleman was thp recipient of a purse of sovereigns from the parishion ers. The Rev. and Mrs, Johnstone leave Glen Innes for Tamworth on AYednesday r.ext. Tho death occurred at the residence of Mr. C. Evans, Gidley, on Wednesday, of Mrs. Charlotte Stengert, aged 92. The remains of the deceased lady were interred in the Me- thodist portion of the general cemetery at West Tamworth, the Rev. Jas. Colwell of- ficiating at the graveside. Mr. J. R. Leg- gett conducted the funeral arrangements.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
GOLF. A Stroke Handicap competition was play ed by members of the Golf Club on Satur day afternoon. Scores: — . . Han. Now in a n ? - 80 13 07 ?™tt ? ? .. ..100 30 70 Boylson .. .. .. , . '-M 21 Y3 Henderson .. .. .. .^10' 32 75 Pigott .-v .. -103' 32 7G .Tohnston .. .'. .. J07 30 ii M'Kay .. '113 . 30 77 Lowcoek .. .. ... .. ... ., -)0. 12' 7i.! Harris .. ..... .. V. . . 107 ' 28 ,» 80 is tlie competition' record' for thc couisl'.
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. A SHOW IN 1911 ON THE NEW GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. A SUOW IN 101 1 ON TI1E NteW GUOUNJ). A siii:i:ial meeting of tin; commit too iif the Agricultural Association whs held oil Friday ill toniiioii, those present being Messrs. Alex. Mathi'smi (president), (i; Nnn'kervis, \V. .M '- Ritchie, G. A. Coilrinv'.hm, II. E. Proctor, K. II. Kin;;, K. Rirkhniisc, A. Madden, .M . Connors, J. Mukony, K. 1'. Coiisens. G. H. U-.- King, f. Ingall, W. M. Wilson, mul W. G. Challcvv. Apologies wero reivived for the absence of Messrs. G-. Loder and G. 11. Wiso lnan. COR It HiSPONDKXCK. A communication was read from the Stock Department with reference to' the Govern ment examination of stallions to he hold at Taimroi'th on Thursday, September I'L'ml, at ? 10 a.m. It was decided to advertise the matter, and a snh-eonimittee consistin;; of Mosssr. Ingall, 15. Kim;, and AVilson was appointed to carry out arrangement;. Tlio lTiider-jSeerotni'.v, Yf.'pai'tment of Lands, wrote with reference to an advertise lnont inserted hv the Assoc...
GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
GUNNEDAH. n.£'''ko rn-1. Tri'1,'ar' Giimiedali, ro.Kirt puces realised at their Union sales of farm and^Iairy produce on 30th inst., were as fol J'W- Old to Sd per dozen. Buttor, lOjd to 1/ per lb. 1 iimpkiiis, 3/(5 per dozen. Cauliflowrs, J)/ per dozen. Oranges, 1/4, 2/, 2/3 per \-case. lioinons, 1/7 per. i^ase. A\ ine, 1 J per bottle. Honey, 1/3 per tin. Pigeons, 2/0 per pair.
Friendship in Business. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
Friendship in Business. . I( '5 ,i'1 fc. I'opeated statement that tliero! is no friendship in businoss but there is some times a very considerable amount — tho re sult frequently of many years of trading to getner, the paying of careful attention to r°ii ? wants and particular requirements of this or that customer; ako the dominant lactor in making and maintaining business lriendsliips is that the qnalitv of the goods supplied should always be of the liiirhcsfc ?. have always been very . fortunate 111 lieing able to olfer our custoniers goods of the. highest merit carrying World-wide repu tation, such .as the famous 'Alfii-Laval'' Cream Separators, of which one million aro 111 daily use, if'so the famous 'T,-K-G' Milk ing Machines which are now 'being fitted oi) till up-to date dailies; also the 'Standard' j['l(l 'C'undall' Oil Murines foi' all pur\iofies. Ihese and numerous other reasons constitute the bond of friendship which exists between our customers and ourselves. Waugh and -...
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
MARKET REPORTS. TAAlAYOltTH. W. T. Calleott and Co. report ln.st I'Yidiiy's sale as under: — Fresh butter, lOJd. to 1/0} per lb. Figgs, 71d. to Md. per tlo/.en. Dripping, 3d. to -Id. per lb. Bacon, 7 Ad. to 8:1. per lb. Ham, 7d. per lb. Lard, 7d. per lb. Cabbage Plants, :ld. to (-d. per bunch. Brooips, 1 J to 1/(3 each. Honey, 10/ to li-/ per (-0lb tin. Do., *2j to 2./3 per 7lb tin. Tea, -l j\) per olb tin. Oranges, 1/3 to 2/0 per i-case. Do., 3/ to o/3 per J-case. Mandarins, 1/3 to 3/0 per I-case. Lemons, 1/3 to 1/fi per i-case. Do., z/b to -IM per i-case. Lnquats, 1/3 to 1/0 per i-case. Passion Fruit, 1/(5 per i-case. -? Apples, ?!.' to 0/3 per i-case; Cabbages, 1/ to 3/ per dozen. Cauliflowers, *2/ to I/O per do/, en. Carrots, ty to 1/(5 per dozen hunches. Beet Hoot, 1/(5 to *2/ per dozen bunches. Parsnips, 1/ per dozen bunches. Turnips, 1/3 to 2/ rer .\-ewt. Grammas, 3/0 per dozen. Pumpkins, '2/ to (-/ per dozen. Fowls, roosters, 3/(5 to TWO per pair. Do., hens, 42./(- to 5/3 pe...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
MUSICAL NOTES. (B3r 'Pitchfork.') The woK-worn adai_rc about -tlio supera bundance of rain when it once, starts might he anpliod to the musical conditions here .just now. Closely following on the excellent performance of the 'l amworth choir, comes the concert of 'the Musical Society, a like wise worthy * entertainment, which is dealt with elsewhere in this issue. Then on Monday next we are to have a welcome return of the Boval Besses o' th' Barn hand; probab'y the last visil we shall have, for some time at least, and I should strongly advise those who have not already heard this splendid combination, not to ne glect this opportunity of doini; so. Kven those who do not take an especial interest in band music cannot fail to have their taste for, and knowledge of, good music stimulat ed by the- renderings of this world-famous band. # # » Then on Wednesday next we .have the — hall I say honor (?- — of an opportunity of irtistcs of our time. To hoar Mdlle. Antonia Dolores, is indeed mor...
A MYSTERIOUS EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
A M VSTKRIOIIS lOVKNT Many phvsieians seem to tuniK it «i m.\&- lerious event when tl.cir .lat.ents-whom il, ..V /,-i 11 1 wif eu re — II'O (Mi'cWi- 'relieved and .'stored to health by -IV. Sheldon's New Diseoverv for Cou-rhs and Colds; but tluc is nothing .m-rtorious about it. Di. Sliel ?l'-n's Now Discovery reiirerents the latest knowledge of. the day in the practice of j 1,.. nf Iwitilmtr. nnd does not follow nnv of the Wd-Miioned m»thods of the ttfiforiu moduli. It. goes ru-M to tin. point of infection iu cjihcs- of i-hroat and lunj. Knnblo. and by means thai are all its ovw drives out t-- clisi»-R' am' 'A11- '?c°j'l ed parts. 1/0 and N-. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's I'luHumey.*