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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
The Benefits of the ''LKG' Milking Machines. The benefits derived 011 dairy farms from installing tho 'L-K-G' Milking Machines are now being acknowledged far nnd wide. Tho following experiences of prominent men in tho community aro very valuable: — Sir. Tlios. James, Shell Harbour, says: — 'I am glad to say the mac' lines are working nun Him n'vin^ ehuuiiuumuii aim reuuy UUI11H tho work bettor tluin T expected.' Mr. L. H. Hildur, Mullumbiinby, says: — 'Vou have my full permission to invito all dairy farmers aroiuul hero to inspect my plant nnd I shall bo only too glad to explain everything to them.. 1 I would never tro hack to tho old style of hand-milking. The Iittlo 'L-K-G' is tho difference between drudgery and ldeasure.' Mr. J. J. Grey, Palmer's Island, says: — 'I am doing nicely with the mach''n« mid these last two days have milked ? l'ortv cows | morning and evening by myself in two hours and 0110 nnd throe-quarter hours respective ly-' Prices and full particulars from tlie So...
The Man on the Land. GRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
The Man on the Land. GHAINS. A stock owner was lined ,C5 al tlie 1'arkes police court for failing to furnish his annual returns to the Stock Department. Cut up the big estates into closer settle ment areas, says Professor Watt, and the rabbit will disappear. The Government will shortly proclaim for closer settlement H7,8:i8 acres, situated from four to 22 miles from Itiugara, and known as the Bangheet — Giveroi estale. It will br, cut up into from (-0 to '0 farms, averaging OoO acres each. The annual report of the Lauds Depart ment of New Zealand states that new settle ment during the past year totalled 2082 per sons, who, with families, were estimated at 80(10 souls. The total area opened for '? 'I classes of applicants was 2,:)2('-,0.1' acres. Tin total area disposed of was 2,IH1,M3 acre'. Tho T*mlor-£!i-pr*»f »rt' T ? ? favorably on tlu* system of robot-*; t:I rent to Crown .settlors on prompt pay ment. Professor Watt, of the Sydney Univer.-etv, lectured to farmers at. Duhbo last...
THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
„ . THIS IS' 'F. I coinp'ises' 10' ^pa..''^'^!! follows :-llan l m v found plaeed as 'foii.au Call, olio Hall,' |° ll(lr ,'j f 1 ' ' epo' t o[ '); Man on The Land Vl,,? n '/. (l'-Ke 8); All- Over th',. it t i'!'' -0',ln'- -'Ks, Musical Notes ( ,, c'o -n'.' fleotions (page 7-) ? |,„ (1'? . ; -- asual . 1'esides a' u!n [y .f'?!' 5 matter. On pages 'J and -) the T'y .t'!'a,''-v graplue, local -nwl i .'''c latest tele he found. ' ' ' nunl nilellig,.i,et. will
THE BENEFIT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
THH lSKXKI'TP SOCIAL. In connection with tile benefit social, held last week, tho committee of the United. Friend ly Societies' Association desire to thank Misses Sheahen and MeNainra for supplying Co., for loan of piano; K. II. Nail, S. Smith, tho -'Tamworth News,'' 'Tamworth Observ er,' l'\ Co. (Infantry), for donations, and al so tho public who' helped to make the' fune- I tion so 'successful, whereby tho sum of till 12/- has been forwarded .to tile widow of u deceasod brother.
CHINESE UNREST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
CHINESE ITXItEST. The danger of the present uniest in Chin 1 is that scheming and ill-adviied upstarts, with n sniattering of modern education an.l with the. connivance of the most ignorant and incompetent of the lesser officials, may turn the animus of the people into antifor o:gn channels, and IJmis bring about a crisis. This is the real danger, and it. is 110 use try-:' ing to minimise it. — 'National Review,' Shanghai. ' '
FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. -V % ' Tasmanian experience shows that sbiiiu-. tiling more requires to be done than merely ' to scud apples to England.. Growers re quire S.11110 assurance that when their apples roach the English markets they w'll nut bii saerificcd owing to' a temporary glut. Ho-.v to overcome this difficulty, assuming that it can be overcome, is the pivot upon which tho future of the- fruit industry hinges. — 'Tiis- manian Mail,' Hobart.
OUR NEW SERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
? . J- OUli NIOW SI'IRIAL. ill:. next I'lidav s issue we will eonmienco ii UeH' serial storv. entitled ? Ubi(|iie,' the Scientific Bushranuer. 'UbKiuo' is written . by Clareneo AV. .Martin, author of . 'The Rush Kmbloiii,' 'The Lust of Jlate,'' etc. Tlio story [_;ives the Slierloek Holmes of tho other side, and will be found an enthralling rosumo of the doings of a most remarkable personage in tho world of romance.
WHO INVENTED THE PNEUMATIC TYRE? [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
'WHO INVENTED THE PNEUMATIC TYlllS? - There seem to be rival claimants to tho distinction of having invented the pnounuiti-; tyre, and the proposal to erect a meinori.il to Mr. Dunlop has evoked a proposal o erect one to Sir. /!. AY. Thomson.. ' AVout.' it not he possible, we wonder, to conipro niise by making a rubber bust, with an inner lining ; tho features of one Jjero to be 011 tlio outside, and tlioso of tho other 011 the insula, o.ceessible by means of n puncturo? — ?'Punch.'
OUR TASK IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
OUR TASK IX EGYPT. A reputation for folly or for fear aiming rulers in the East is the almost certain pro lude to disorder and to crime. Disorder and crime we could of course put down with the strong hand ; and our whole task 1.1 Egypt will be lightened whenever ihos.i changes in the capitulations, which Sir Ed ? ward Grey declares to be urgently liecessalV, can he carried out. Rut surely it. is bette.'. wiser, and more merciful to prevent tlisi'l ' to punish! Wo have 110 ri^Jit to risk blood shed in Egypt out of deference to Radic.d theories or Rndical sentiments at home. '1'lve Government, we believe and. trust, re alise this truth, and we accept Sir Edward Grey's statement as a warning to the Nation alists and an assurance to tho rest' of tho world that they intend to act lipoil it.— 'The Times.'
LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
' liANlS APPLICATIONS. llie following apjikeations for land have been v lodged : .with ? the local CrnwiV Lands a^e!it:-7-.Joliii ':Ci'o»-ltiy,: a.f:,i)., of ISO Meres, *-; -.Darling, ixlOiimn'r:: Percy- James* Newman, a.c.p.,:. 5Si .acres,; e . Parryy D Ogunbil ; .Jose phiiio'M;. Cantwcll. o.c.p.v.S-H.1, acrcs, county Inghs, p. - Alooubr: -J./.l^vCaiT;' Kid, 1 3 acres, p Tam«oilli;,c Tnglis
The Country Party [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
The Country Party Tho platform of the new Country i-'arty was disenssed by the conference of tho .Farmers and ' Settlers' Association, and ad optecf in tho following form : — a l.Lnud settlement to be paramount over revenue — (a) Resumption of improvement lease-j scrub leases, and 1H section leases sui :- . able for residential settlement, (b) Resumption of large estates for pur poses of closer settlement, provision to ? bo made for workmen's blocks. 2. Freehold tenure, as opposed to the nit tiounlisnlion of land. 3. The choice of tenure to applioiints tin3 dor Crown Land Acts. '1. Permanent right of I'eappi'aistnnent oil application of all land held under rcsideil tinl settlement conditions. o. Railway extension, including tho open ing of now ports, tho duplicating of railways, improvement in transit laeilit:es generally, including tho connecting of border lines. n 1IJ.1... ? ? i: ? I 7. Administration of tho Department ol ?Lands by commissioners. 8^ 'Encouragement 'to desirablo il...
BINGARA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
J3Ii\G'ARA SEAT. (ho result of tile ballot taken by the La bor lo.itruc.s for the selection of a candidal' JJ- tho Uingara seat- against . Jlon. r Mooi'u WIiliistcr for Lands) at the foi th spilling State eleclijn, will bo miultt known to-morrow. Mr. G. It. W. nl'Donald. ol Taniworth, l's. one of the.- candidates, ami it . is generally . predicted he will bo selected.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
sislis= White Star Line DUR' REGULAR. four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'AFRIC,' 'MEDIC,' 'PERSIC,' 'R^NIC,' and 'SDEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £3-1 3s. London, £19 to £30. Now York, Boston, ote., £25/6 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 Amorica on most favorable terms. _ The highest class of insulation w installed for tlio satisfactory carriago and outturn of Frozon Meat, Dairy Troduco, Fruit, etc. For Ratos of freight, Pamphlets, oto., ?pply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen* Line NATAL, CAPETOWN, end LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas sengers carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class — £16 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round the 'World Tickets from £120 10a. J Freight to nil Ports on ...
DEFENCELESS OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
DEFENCELESS OFFICERS. An o Hieer 011 service is armed with a sword and n revolver for self-defence. Onite 90 per cent, of the officers so equipped r.re ut terly unskilled in the use of either weapon. T11 every barracks, however small, therj should be a fencing room and a revolver range, and nil oftTcers should lie ordered i'j . attend once a week for instruct'un and prac tice. — 'Army and Navy Gazette.'