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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
White Star Line L0ND%ATAK5Fg?WIA D™ REGULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-scrow Steamers, 'AFRIO,' 'MEDIO,' 'PERSIC,' 'RliNIC,' and 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3s. London, £19 to £30. Now York, Boston, otc., £25/5 to £36/5. ONLY one class of accommoda tion. Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest ^Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and Araorica on most favorablo tornis. The highest class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriago and outturn ol Frozen Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, etc. Fpr RateB of freight, Pamphlets, etc., ?pply to— DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Ncwcastlo, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Lrne. NATAL, CAPETOWN; snd LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas scngors . carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £10 to £20. Saloon — Capa and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round tho World Tickets from £120 10s. Froight to all Ports on ...
A UNIQUE LAND CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
A UNIQUE LAND CASE. At the Land Board at Uralla 011 Friday last, Messrs. Hogarth (Chairman), Fitzger ald, and Lane (members) presiding, an in quiry was held as to the cancellation of a special lease of 350 acres, situate between tho Congi and Muluerindi Rivers, about a quart er of a mile from Tara homestead, standing in the name of the late G. H. V. Jenkins (docoased). Tile claimants were Messrs. Car tan, Thompson, Marshall, and Scholes. Mr. A. 'W. Simpson, jun., appeared in the inter ests of tho lessee's representatives and asked for a postponement. Mr. Kearney, instruct d by Mr. AsJiton, for the claimants objected, and the Board decided to proceed with tho enquiry. Evidence was given by Mr. -W. M. Thomas (Staff-Surveyor), and also by Messrs. Car,ter and Thompson. Tho Board adjourned , the enquiry . to next Arniidale Land Board meeting to allow of the parties being officially notif/ed. ? Diiring the evidence, Mr. Thomas stated that tile present enquiry was the first of his experien...
SOILS FOR MANGOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
SOILS FOR MANGOLDS. 1 Ainngolds thrive well 011 a great variety of soils. . All that the crop needs is a healthy soil and plenty of food. It is generally be lieved that* mangolds require a good and rather stiffsoil, and that they must be cul tivated 011 woll-sheltered or low-lying ground. To some 'extent this is true, for if GO to 70 tons per acre are looked for sucli crops must - bo sought in favored situations. If, 011 tho other hand, the grower is content with 20 tons per acre, these may be obtained 011 coin-, paratively poor soils and 011 high-lying fields. The peculiarities of mangold cultivation are chiefly due to tile soil selected for its growth, i.e., to its strong nature, which demands aut umn cultivation and manuring. Another feature is that mangolds are sown earlier than swedes or turnips, and that consequent ly the preparation of the I.ind demands ear lier attention.
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 3. : Tnmworth. — 11 a.m., Mr. R. Harley-Jones ; 7.30 p.m., Rev. J. Colwell (Sacrament). West Tamworth. — 11 a.m., Mr. C. Kinred; 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. Harley-Jones,'.' Attungn. — 11 a.m., Rev. J. Colwell.. Hallsville. — 3 p.m.. Rev. J. Colwell. . Winton. — 3 p.m., Mr. R. Harley-Jones. Gidley. — 11 a.m., Air. A. Howlett. Oxley. — 11 a.m., Mr. D. Bowmaii. Gowrie. — 3 p.m., Supply.
CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
CATHOLIC CHURCH. I Tamworth. — St. Nicholas' Church, Mass every Sunday at 8 nnd 10.30 a.m. ; 011 week days at 7 a. 111. Sunday School from 0.30 to 10.30 a.m. Rosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Evening devotions every Friday at f.30. Ilapt:sm and CJiiirchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Vory Rov. Dean O'Noill, V.F. Itov. AV. A. Muliins. ?'Rev. T. A. O'Brien.
LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
LAND APPLICATIONS. Tim following applications have been lodg ed with the- local Crown Lands agent: — Robert Thomas Maunder, a.c.p. -125 acres, county Darling, parish Baldwin ; James J , Charlton, a.c.n. 6 acres, county Darling, parish North Barrnba ; James Schofield, a.l. 200 acres, county Inglis, parish Mooubi ; Ludwig Albertson. a.l. 320 acres, county Parrv, parish Callaghan.
LADY'S KISS. CHAPTER XIX. [?] ON CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
PAY LADY'S KISS. I 0:0 — '? (By Norman Innes, author of 'The Surgo of .War1,' 'Parson Croft,' /'The Lonoly Guard.' otc.) CHAPTER XIX/ -,j ON„CONDHTON. 'TVT Kt/l'llFrli tho Count nor li:s .guard had thought to arrest St. Kux after such a fashion. Stricken he might be, hut 110110 thu less not a man of them hut misliked his errand ; better face a wounded bear in his den ilufn Giers de St. Kux at bn.v. Know ing t.lie hazard of tlie business 011 hand, gues sing that the dragoon rather than suffer ar rest would sell Ins tile, von ixeufols with tlio four at h:s back had mounted the stair with nil caut'on, had tiptoed along - tho corridor, add, to the mirth' of the lady of the Red Homo who followed them,, had on a sudden flung themselves ujion the door and hurst it open. I11 n eurtiiined room, wnn and haggard in the half light, lav the man thoy sought, rigid ns though lie were dead. Count and pike men stood in a knot in tlio dorway ngapo for wonder; never lind thoy looked to find hini thus....