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DOLORES AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
DOLOHHS AT 1I0MF. (liv our l,adv Itepivsentative.) I tie lamworth ladies did honor on Wed nesday afternoon to Millie. Dolores, one of the world's sweetest and most-loved singers. A recentiim was held oil the balcony of the Caledonian Hotel, which at Mrs. Trim's ?ible hands, was converted into a drawing room, furnished with Oriental rugs, , easy ?hnirs, couches and small tables, witli lace ?overs, and the daintiest of refreshments and (lm Mimrn-if -111/1 most flowers seen in Tamworth for some little time. The flowers wore sent specially for the occeasiou by .Mrs. S. H. lleatty, of Maitland; every vase had a different bloom, ind jardinieres held bunches of wattle bios ;om and feathery palms. Opposite the en trance door a red, white and blue banner ligured conspicuously, bearing the word, 'AVelcome.' Afternoon tea was dispensed at 1 o'clock, ?ind a little later on Mdlle. Dolores made her appearance. The great singer was re ceived with a warm outburst of npplause. She was gowned in blac...
THE WHEAT AREA. TAMWORTH AND SURROUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
THE WHEAT AREA. TAMWORTH AND SUHROUNDINGS. AVe 1110 indebted to the police of various patrols for the following particulars of the wheat under area : — Tamworth.— In the county of Inglis the total area under wheat is 5235 acres. The area expected to be stripped for grain is 1593 acres, and for hay 042 acres. The es timated average yield for this portoin, pro vided the weather conditions continue favor .,lili- fi-din t'l,. iii'pso lit. no to harvest time, is about 18 bushels. Many of the old paddocks are' fairlv dirty with black oats. The total area under wheat in county Parry is 33,571 acres: area expected to he stripped for grain, 3-1 ,GU3 acres; for hay, 3378 acres. Estimated average yield, about 1G bushels. There is a considerable increase in county Parry of land under wheat this year, due to about 11,000 acres having been put lin den' crop by the new settlers on the P. 11. resumption. ?Attnnga. — 14,126 acres under wheat; about 1054 acres likely to ho cut for hay. Somerton. — 22...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
| Sfill fiie old li | Priccs for mjjm jh® | Ladies' Shoes. CTrydP.1 ® j $ That's where you gain by buying / J ® £ your Spring Footwear at the J® @ ®- 'PALACE OF TRADE.' / ® m ® § V/c have bought largely and for cash and are still able to sell at @ ^ the old Low Prices. ||j J| Nearly all the Boot Shops have advanced their prices— but not ^ || REGAN'S, LTD. We are still sailing along on the old figures— |g and no deterioration in quality either. - ® Ladies' Ol.'icn Kid Strap or'Lnco Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, 4s Gil. jg Lulies' Tan or Blaclc CJIaco Kid Shoo.', sizes 3 to 7, 5s lid. . @ Ladic»' (ilaco Kid Iiuee Shoes, patent toe-cap, giant eyelet?, Cuban ^ A 'liBels, sizes 3 to 7, 6s lid. f A aea. Ladies' Glneo Kid Laco Shoes, patent toe-cap, giant oyc'ots, Cuban jgs heels, sizes 3 to 7, 7s Cd. jxf Ladies' Glace. Kid Derby Lace Shoes, patent toe-cap, giant eyelets, .tg9 @ Cuban heels, sizes 3 to 7, S3 lid. ® ' ? (§fe Lsdiei' t-Jlaco Tan Lace Sliaes, self toc-cap, giant oyclots, Cuban /£» lia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
White Star Line LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'Al'TUO,' 'MEDIC,' 'PERSIO,' 'RliNIC,' and 'SUEVIC.' PARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £31 3s. London, £10 to £30 Now York, Boston, otc., £25/5 to £30/5. 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 tornis. ..... j Tho highest class of insulation ia installed for tho satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, oto. For Rates of freight, Pamphlets, oto., »pply to — _ DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, nnd all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN, and LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas sengers carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £10 to' £20. Saloon — Cape and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class — £13/13 to £17/17. ! Round tho World Tickets ...
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. At such n tune iis tho present, » review of tho records ol tlio two grout political parties — Liberal and Labor— is mado diffi cult to tho nvorngo porson by tho incessant ami clamorous strife that is unfortunately -associated with the period immediately prc ? Ocdiug a general election. Endeavors are ? made — ami to n certain extent are attended by success — to submerge the true position of tho resnueUve narties and throw dust in the eves of tho electors. It is a fact, how over oxtrnordinnrv that a Government party alienates a certain amount of .sympathy from itself. A fair and unbiassed survey of the work of tho retiring Government, must, porfnrcn. lead to the conviction that laws havo beon placed on the Statute llook which havo and will .continue to bear productive ness 111 tlio country's good, and many mea sures liavo heen instituted wliicli - redound to tho credit of .tho- administration. There should bo little, if any, need to refer to the effectiveness ...
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. YOUNG GIRLS AND PRETTY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
THE HOWIE COLUMN. ' CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jcunuviv.') YOUNG CUItl.S AND I'll HTI'Y MUX. Up to. twenty the aveiago gii\ is irrcsisl ibly swayed by good looks. 'Iho good-looking man, no matter how stupid he mav bo, is sure to have a number of ^irls.of that ng-» hurtling incense nt* bin shrine. Hut as the girl grows into .a woman she demands more of a man. llor ideal man is my. She. does not demand genius or h'ril Jiancv, but she ejects iutoKi«jence and broad-mindedness. Ot ecurse, ;;nod looks add materially to the charm of any nrm or woman, and the fortunate p:;F.sessor of beauty lias much to bo thankful for. Women are not such beauty wc.r hinjiors as men are, r.nd the plain inan, if he ia manly, honest, nnd strong, has just ris inanv admirer.* as the Adonis. There U ono ciuality which all women in tensely admire in men, and that is physiesi! strength. . The strong man, who i.s gentle withal, i.s sure to win his way to the heart of n woman. His strength as eoninared to her weakne...
DISTRICT NURSING SCHEME. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
DISTRICT NURSING: SClllOMli. -.(To tliu. Editor.) on-,— 1 am anxious tlirougli t:ie mcaiuin of tlie press in* Australia, to 'endeavor to get into synipathotie touch with every section of the public in this country with legard to the matter of tho Australian District Nurs ing Scheme. I feel that tae moment has come' for llio to try and make myself clearly imiWatnnrl not, 'rnilv. as rd'ards the scheme itself; but, also, where my position ill re lation to it is concerned, it will be remem bered that it is now more than a year ago, since, during a visit to Hrisbane 1 put for ward thc suggestion of the inatigui ation of a comprehensive and carefully organised system of District Nursing for Australia, ex tending to country districts. In December last, at a public .meeting in Melbourne, I was invited to draft a scheme for this purpose and authorised to obtain highly qualified expert opinion to assist uie in so doing. In order faithfully to cany out this .undertaking 1 travelled to England,...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] THIS DECENTRALISATION SCHEME. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not nm'sjcu ily ctul«.ir.«y tin.- opinions of our corrvapomlvnta.) THE DECICNTH ALISATIOX SCHEME. (To tho Editor.) oir, — \\e desire t-- bring briefly under your notice, the claims of Woolgoolga in connection with tho decentralisation scheino that is at present creating so much interest throughout tlie Suite. \ # . In doing so wo fec'l that no apology, will bo required but are confident that - you in common with all taxpayers will lie only too* desirous to see an; oversea . harbour con s li in lcu in .me loruiiiiatiou ot a railway that will confer the greatest benefit upon ' tlie greatest area of New ? South Wales ; and re lieve the congested tra file, the existence of which is at present n menace to the develop ment, of our, State. It ta considered that tho line of railway that will best serve tlie purpose will tap the Norlh-Weslern area including iUiiiigindi, More;'. etc., thence olong the Guj i a, Guy. . il-mvkos, Dqrrigo, Glen reach route. ' From Glenrenir...
Inverell. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
Inverell. One of the most prosperous and progres sive districts in New South Wales, is that which takes its naiiio from ? its population centre — Inverell. The claim set up that it is the finest iii the State, lias much to re commend, for one may travel far and not 'find land so fertile, prolific, and diverse in ,its production ; and it may be safely said ?that few are eyual and none are superior to it in that respect. The district is very large ly devoted to lucerne, wheat, and maize growing, and dairying and since the intro duction of closer settlement the progress made has beon both steady and pronounced. Arrawata, Hannockburn, livroii and Myall Creek are names in the closer settlement ?history of the Commonwealth, which stand for. development and the farmers who secur ed Tilocks upon occasions of their subdivisions are now prosperous, and have no cause to Tegret the day thev selected Inverell as their future home.' What has been done on the occasion 'of these subdivisions will l...
"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. Chapter V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
'UBIQUE,' Ilie Scientific Bushranger. IIV CLAHENGE W. MAK.TIN. -. Author of '-'iho Bush ISmblcni,' 'llio Lust of Hate,' etc. Chapter V. — Coil turned. , .rqini-. Kooti snip longaia drew alongside ? j . -L . '1 ownsvillo jetty, and a few moments ill tor discharged her crowds of passennors. , It was a Klonous morning; tho sun's rnvs reflected back- from Castle mil, and lit up N. -tiio white roofs sholtered bv its frowniii' ? ? l.eiaht. , ? . ? ' - , ? Hut to bteolo tho beauties of the morning : made but scant appeal. He was wondt»rin-' how many moro times he was. to make tho ? . trip up and down from hvdnev. 'I must tako- more pains,' lie. thought .. and mentally registered a vow that he would rust neither : night' ?. nor dav until the moek , s. nig face of Jus beto noire was safe under' lock .-and key. Ho put up at ono of tho ; .('-ommoieial hotels,- and- after inquiring as to - the departure of his train, took opportunity. - , ol his spare, timo to call upon several of ? his,ae(juam...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
CRICKKT. »ne grading ooninmtoe oi tne union nas allotted new flayers as follows: — Royal Standard club: Smith, Lipscombe, Steven son, Hopkins, Henesleigh, Read, Connors, Wallace. Albions: Hvnian, Taylor, Kort lanir. Punch, Walker, Andrews, O'Riellv, F. Wallace. Carltons' Trennery, Wallah, R;ivlsc.n, Smith, llanuah, ^hepherd.