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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
GUNNKDAII. At the. School of Arts, Gunnedah, on Wed nosday last, Kleming, liohcy and Boss sub initted to public auction the uHartfellM sub division of the lluvigne Kstatc, near Gunne dah, on account Mr. T. B. II. Goodwin. There was a gntid attendance of buyers, and bidding was brisk; every block being sold undeu the hammer. Tho following were tin prices realised: — Block 1, 10Si ncrcs, C. R. McDonagh, Gunnedah, £7/11 ; block 2, 139? acres, P. Jarman, Gunnedah, £7/15; bloel; 3, 2-16.1 acres, P. Jarman, Gunnedah, £7: block 4, 323:1 acres, AVallace, £(5/12 ; block ?-, 487^ acres, A. .1). .Farrell,.Gunne tlah, £0/11 ; block 0, 405 acres, H. Lowcock lamworth, £0/2. lllock 0, coiitaihin^'^lGj acres, was retained by owner for his \%tm ^lca 1800] acres, averaginp
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
MARKET REPORTS. TAMAVORTH. ' . Garvin nnd (Joum iw, vriinrt Itsivin^ hM (Jn'ir usual weekly I'm nnd attire slock sale ?. tin 'Ihursdnv, 8U1 inst: — Kat SlKW'p. — A heavy varditp;', comijriain^ ..i\ few lots of puttie wethers, thc balance he . ? ing j:nnr (|Uality. There was a hir^e attend-' anee, )-nt buyer.-; n::t bein^ anxious tt) oper ?'iile, cotnnetition was dull at lower values. Thev sold: Account -T. Jolinston, Ks(|.f 3D . wethers at. 1 -'50 do. at 18/; noeonnt K. i\lorri.s. Iv-v.i.. 117 wctJters at DA-. I(,at Cuttle. — A stmdl lot I'orwartl, and with thc exeentinn of a few pens 'of prime luilioeh;; tlie rmality was rnly medium. Hid din^c was fres and yrit*«s shnv. :»d an advance all round on late ruling rate:u Tliev sold: Aoeoutit .f. AieDonnldj tel., 5 steers at £G »/, i- dn. at C 'W» ,r- do. at t'G/1, o do. jtt .Co li)/, T do. at atctjunt German Verj.cc, Kstj.y 1 st-»er at ; account Hen 'U'.stoers nt- .C-I/IS/; account Altorci Bros.^ 3 btdlocks at .C7/KI', 3 d-). £(»/!(-/, ...
ARTIFICIAL COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
AHTIKICTAIj COM 1MYKXI0X. line man s ideal is a good aud nure wo man one that he can revere for herse'f and her woman s ways. And it must come hard to him to revere a woman who has a ten dency -to dip into the rouge-pot for the re plenishing of a complexion which, through uuuiiik 10 me guuucs.s 01 society, or lor otjier reasons, may he fast disappearing. Perhaps we should not like to dub ns unwomanly every w.oman who resorts to subterfuge to mako herself attractive, for so very many of us have relatives or friends whose com plexion 'is aided by preparation. Hut there is, all the same, a feehni1; among men that the woman who user, roujv or any other form of paint for her nersminl adornment is des cending to practices quite out of harmony with the traditions nun so dearly love to associate with the gentler sex.
RENOVATION OF OSTRICH FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
HKXOVATIOX OK OSTHICU KKAT11KIIS. Ustrich plumes 111 light colors which have done duty should undergo a certain amount of renovation. One of the best methods of cleaning them is to place them lirst of all iu a basinful of soapsuds made with cold water instead of hot, and in which they should be left to steep for an hour or two. Thev should then he removed, nlumrcri in to boiling water and allowed to remain in it for at least a quarter of an hour. Kaeh feather should then he taken out, spread on a cloth aud every particle of dirt which may still cling to the fronds removed by rubbing these with a soft .niece nf silk dipped in soapsuds. They must then he rinsed in sover;*' changes of lu;t water, and tinally laid on n towel across the knee, the fronds being then dabbed gently with a towel made into- a hall, the object be ing to regain the curved shane of the feather before it is returned to tho hat. When almost dry the feathers should be well shaken until thev appear perfectly soft and...
ONCE ON A TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
OXCIO OX A TIM 10. Once On a time, there lived a man, A man and hirer, who asked the fair And dear one, who held his heart in thrall, To go with him, out — no matter where — And — .history has it, this maid replied And told the man, she had 'nothing to wear!'' ? Hut now — when u woman is asked to go j She sayA to the man: 'How. nice! why, yes ! And I'll wear my yellofr lace -gown . * . . perhaps 'Ilie black, ono is prettier — or — I guess I'll wear your favorite blue — come, please, I)o try and help 111© to choose a dress!' 'My last two new ones — but, never mind — Yon. admire me in grey? I think I seem Too much like a nun ... I might wear — oh, no — Mauve makes me look old. I know you'll scream If I mention scarlet! My while gowns? — well, . One of my ' white ^iwns is just a dream. Hut white is so common, ihe pink fou'ard Is a dear little beauty. Still, I don't care To wear it too often — my Xile-green is sweet!' And the poor man marvels, with wonder ing stare, * If there ever live...
TESTED RECIPES. Cheese Soup. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
TKSTUD \i KCIPKS. Cheese Soup. une quart niUK, quarter pound cneese, two ounces breadcrumbs, pepper, and salt. Hoil tho milk, add the cheese cut iu thin slices, and season to taste. Put the breadcrumbs in a soup tureen, pour the soup over and serve. Lemon Fritters. Three eggs, one tah'espoonful rum, bread, union j inn, ou0ui. nidi, t.io , flavor with lemon rind, add 111111, sweeten to taste. Take slices of bread, remove the crust, and cut in shaiies with a biscuit cut ter. Soak thc bread well in the mixture ; carefully take out with a slice, and fry in butter. ' When cooked, stand 011 brown paper to drain ; then on a hot dish, and sprinkle sugar over them. Moiled Babbit. After thoroughly cleaning the rabbit, put it on to soak for a couple of hours in milled Then put it with head skewered to the side ill a pan 'of boiling salted water. ' Boil gent Iv for one hour unci three quarters. Serve with a thick white sauco to which has been added a tablespnonful of chopped parsley. Gin;;erbre...
ABOUT YOUR EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
ABOUT YOUR KYKS. Kye strain is one of the most prolific causes of headaches. The eye strain is caused by forcing your eve.s to do more than they 1101 m-illy should, through the vision being defec tive. The return visit c.f Mr. Kruest Bosch, K.S.M.C., of Martin Place, Sydney, will he at tlio Boval Hotel, Tamworth, on Tuesday, tho 27th September, lor consultation 011 all cases of eye strain or defective vision re quiring correctly tested glasses.'
HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
HOIiSK SA LIO. 10 inose who are 111 uant 01 noises, a splendid opportunity of securing good draughts, or any class of horse for the mat ter of that, will present itself at Messrs. Inglis and Sou, i nd Landers and Caiitrell's sale, which commences 011 Monday wee!; next, l!-th ill-it. The auctioneers guarantee to yard 700 head, and included in this num ber there will be about 500 good draughts, broken and unbroken, all the right ages and iu- good condition. The sale will commence at 10 o'clock sham on each morning.
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 12 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB A BEEMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel, nours: 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eve trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam worth (Ciias. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beoinan, lato Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who liavo beon visiting this town for some years, aro tho -principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye sorvico in con sulting 11s. Next visit: Monday, September 12
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
BUYERS! Ploaso stlllo GRAZIERS! Is LLERS ! Bend your requirements, when ticulars of Sole Stock B daily - revised lists of CAEJMEDC I and Property. Wo ? Stock nnd Proper- iMlIlflkliO ? havo prompt buyers for B ties will 1)0 liolli. Lot us laiow your ? SELECTORS! I tru requirements. I PERFECT ARRANGEMENTS AT HOMEBUSH j have boon mado by us for tlio recoption of PAT STOCK, at any hour, day or night. 3 Splendid BE STING PADDOCKS with PLENTY P1.1RH WATKRhave boon provided. H AU consignments, great or small, will bo CAUKKULIA' CLASSED anil sold by our 0 ' competent salesmen. 9 Our onormous and rapidly-increasing wool buslnoss has been built up by brains, allied to up-to-date business methods. Each branch of our busi ness is conducted by skilled specialists, all of whom aro Principals In the Firm and ? 'hard graltors,' who 'don't get tired I ' JOHN BRIDGE & COMPANY, LTD FAT & STORE STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, glRGULflR QUHY, . . . SYDNEY. THE LEADING WOOL-SELLING HOU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
ACHING BACK. The bane alike of the housewife and ol tlie working man. In somo cases every move ment of tho body is accompanied by n sharp stabbing pain in the small of tlio back, and in others, llio pain is dull and continuous. Those are symptoms of kidney disease. Arrest its progress bv using Or. Sheldon s Gin Pills, which will act in a surprisilady prompt man ner. Price l./O and 2A-. Obtainable at nil stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.*
LUCERNE GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
LUCERNE GROWING. tn emphasising tlio fallaciousness of tlio , idea that only rich alluvial river flats are mutable for lucerne, this month's 'Agricul- tural 'Gazette' quotes tho experience of Mr. R. J-. Black, M.L.C., who planted lucerne in viri'in friable red wheat land on Booroomin, Uoggabri, three miles from tlio river, on March (i, and lias now a thick and -luxuriant crop. In tho middle of August ho brought down some specimens with stems 2ft. Bin. long. 'Die rainfall is 21 inches, and there aro thousands! of acres of similar land in tlio district. GLASGOW METHOD OF PIG KILLING. In the case of pigs there is a system adop ted in ono of tlio slaughterhouses of Glas gow (writes a Scottish butcher) which is very I yimple and most expeditious in its working, mid a great improvement on the old method of killing, and is most cleanly in its opera tion. It is worked in this manner. A small chain is fastened round one of the hind legs of tho animal as it stands in its pen. Tho chain i.s hi...