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HAS ALFONSO A CHARMED LIFE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
HAS ALFONSO A CHARMED IM'o King Alfonso's friends arc asking if liis Majesty is actually under ilio protection of a ring of gold. diamonds, and peari;; Oiiit iias played a sensational part in tlio life of ilio royal family for many yours. Thry rccal I tlio lailiiio of l!n> attempt to inati&lt; liim i>n tin' d.iv of hi-, wedding, and li;n"e ;;rmvn used to .stories of liis dare devil hoi'.semiim.hip-, such as dashing on horseback down l!io garden .stops of tho palace at 1-iu Grnnja, and autoniobiling -it brcakncclc speed. And now, when danger ludks at every turn, with the overthrow of the monarchy threatened, lie goes his gay and funloving way, apparently with reckless regard of consequences. Ilis friends are be ginning to think the king at least believes he bears a charmed life. Tlie l iny; is supposed to bring long life and joy to worthy Spanish monarehs, and disas ter to every one else who possesses it. It. was first presented bv Kins; Alfonso XII'.! tho father oi the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
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LORD CHELMFORD'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
LORD- CHELMFORD'S HOLIDAY. The Governor, Lord ClielniBford, sails for England In the R.M.S. Mooltan at the end of April on a holiday trip, having received permission from the Secretary of State to take six months' leave of absence. Lady Chelmsford, accompanied by lier two younger children, also goes to England, pre ceding his Excellency in the Macedonia on Febniary 2S. Lord Chelmsford assumed office in Queens land in November, 190r,. So far he has never been away on leave. ■
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
SPORTING. (By "Amateur."} Adjacent had run well enough at Rand- j ' wick to make It look as if a Flying Handi . cap at some of the suburban courses would ; soon go to her credit. At Moorefleld on Saturday, punters soon sorted her out as a good thing, and those who left their betting until a bit late had to take a very short price, but she won, and any price Is a good winning price. This was Adjacent's first A-ln since she won a race at Rosehlll some months ago.. • The country horse, Murlowan, had a bit of bad luck In the Opening Handicap at Mait land on Saturday. His connections backed bim for a good stake, and as there was no thing in the race that was supposed to have a mortgage on the prize, the Murlowan crowd were able to obtain five and six to ■ 'one about him. After the horse had gone a couple of furlongs some of Murlowan's • gear became undone, thus making it diffi cult for the jockey to keep his horse to gether at all. Yet under these clicuinstsin " ces he was able to challe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
"SeEectecS Farms FOR SALE BY !Lantisir& £k CastBreBU 103 acres, 2 mile's out, all first class wheat land, timber all dead, creek frontage, flats suitable lucerne, house, outbuild-.' iiigs, fenced, 0 paddocks. £1860, free hold basis. Terms. (174) Si acres, Workman's Block, nice cottage 4 rooms. £800. (l'/Bi 120 acres, Bective, all first-class wheat land, 2 dmns, house, sheds, 7 paddocks. £7 per acre. (195) 1G5 acres, 7 miles out, 2 miles siding, 50 acres lucerne laud, 23 now under luc erne, balanco lvhoat land, 2 cottages, hay shed, 5 paddocks. £3105. Terms £1450 cash, balance end of 10 years at 5 iipr cent. (196) 128 aci'as, about 2 miles out, double water frontage, about- 40 acres under lucerne, brick house, shed, dairy, well, etc. £29 per aero. Easy terms." (37) 4G acres close to" town, practically ail un •-dor lucerne, house, shods, yards, etc. £60. (79:1) 180 acres, C miles Nomingha, about 100 acres .rich lucerne, good homestead, sheds, dairy, every convenience. £30. Eas...
MILKING BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
milking by machinery. The prejudice which at first existed again 6t milking by machinery Is rapidly being dispelled, and dairymen throughout tho State are now taking a lteen Interest in machine milking. The reason of this change of opinion is on account of the very satis lactory work performed by the famous "L.K.G." milking machines. We are now actually receiving more orders than we can supply promptly. Customers who Jn a, doubtful mind ordered one "L.K.G." machine Just to see whether the machine would be successful or not, quickly found out that the tnachine had many advantages over hand milking, and ordered one or two more ma chines. The saving of time by machine milk- ' log is so great, and besides it enables the dairyman to increase his herd and conse quently increase his profits. The "L.K.G." milking machine Is worthy to rank alongside that other world-famed machines of the dairy—of course we refer to the "Alfa-Lavel" Cream Separator—and when a dairy farm is equipped with "L.K....
Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE RELIGIOUS RIOTS IN INDIA. BOMBAY, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABI-E SERVICE RELIGIOUS RIOTS IN INDIA. BOMBAY, Friday Kvening. Troops wore called out to quell a religious riot, and fired several volleys, killing 11 and wounding 14. The cause of the riot, in which 12 wore killed and 2f wounded, was the re suft. of diiferonecs betwouu thb bunwites, Orthodox Mohammedan:*,, and Shielts ovor thy celebration festival of .Uoborum. A «£reat parade was plmu.od, and Tearing rioting, the authorities liavo ordered ite abandonment. Tlio leaders paraded despite orders, and troops advanced to interfere in a prooossion of Mohammedans, who rushed the soldiers. Tho soldiers replied by firing, which uncheck ed the movement, and it was not until many volleys were fired that the urst paradora re treated. A renewal of rioting is feared.
POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
POPULAR. My sister Bess is popular, most ev'rywhero she goes, They say she's awful popular with alt the men she knows; I hear about her pleasin' ways, an' of her cheery smile, I hear that there word "popular" about her all th' while. At home she gets up mornin's With a groucli that's pretty bad, An' spends about an hour jest sassin' me an' 3ad; I guess she works so hard a-bein' popular away That when she's in th' family she don't feel very gay. I often got to guessin' how tli' folks 'ud like her if They'd hear th' way she jaws at me when we get in ft tiff. An' then I'd like t' hear what they 'ud say | b'lrind her back, If they o'd see her sloppin' round hero in | her dressin' sack'. I j She's popular, of course she is, espec'illy I with the men, I 'spec'ti.some time she'll, marry some poor feller, but. till then I wisht 'at she 'nd think" of us a bit. an' try t' be A little bit more popular witlh ma, and pa, an' me.
HOME TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
HOME TRUTHS. It will afford sweeter happiness In the hour of deatli to have wiped one tear from the chock of sorrow than to have ruled an empire, to have conqtiored millions, or 10 have enslaved the world. \ outh i3 the foundation which determines life's liuilding. The choices of youth are the all important choices. The lad who thinks that he can fling away his teens and his twenties and then "settle down," is only right in one sense, tie can settle down to the bottom, along with the other wrecks. Good manners, as has been pithily said, nro only the absence of selfishness. They ' are the doing to others as we would wish to lie done unto. A thoughtfulness for the com fort of those about us, a pleasant smile, a kind word—those are the Ingredients of which manners are chiefly composed. Good advice to young men is to let the business of everyone alone and attend to your own. Don't buy what you don't want. Use every hour to advantage and study to mako even leisure hours useful. Think twi...
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. REFUSING AN OFFER BY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (Bjr "Jouueviv.") REFUSING AN OFFER BY LETTER. , When a girl receives nu offer of marriage ■ by letter which sho must refuse, sho Bnould answer it without delay. A short, concise reply is nl> Hint is retjuired, which should not bo curt and yet ix>t too fritudly. * As for tlie fetter of proposal, it is boat to destroy it wliere n negative lias been ' sent; and the man would be extremely ' grateful for this little service, for proposing by letter is, at best, disadvantageous. ^ He will also estoem her for observance of graciousnoss, and feel as if a burden Iliad been removed, if ho discovers that his I proposal has not been made public property.