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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') 'I'lio rep. team play New England, at Ar midnle, to-day. They will bo 'opposed to a strong and clever combination, and a good j gjimo should result. Good luck! ?. ? ? There are 110 first-grade matches sot down to bo played to-morrow. Secon 1 grade' fixtures are:'— North v. Boctive, at 11 nnt.Vn- 'Rnst V. Attunga. at Tamworth;! Moonbi v. Worris Creek, at Werris Greok. * » » » » Following team has been selected to roprs sent Now England against. C.N.R.F.U. to morrow : — Full back,' Wright ; three - nuartersj Trimley, Thomas, ,M 'Crol'an, and Teaglic ; five-eighth, liuthven ; ha 1 '-hack, Snell ; for wards, Gray See, Henderson, Oliver, St.011 1, llirschberg, Woarmouth, and Spicer.
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
SECOND DAY. RAILW AY HANDICAP, of 20 sovs., second horse to receive 2 sovs. from tho prize. G furlongs. E. T. Cohen's ch 111, ALICE COURT, by Jolly Hampton-Zebra, 5 yrs., 9.5 (Osborne) ? 1 J. L. Cushan's ch 111, CHRISSIIO, by Wal lace-iMahariiii, 4 yrs., 7.13 (Kubn) 2 A . P. Walker's b g GAVIN,, by Gaulus Sparrow, 4 yrs., 8.7 (Hood) ? 3j iicUi'.ii- . ? Evens Alice Court, 2 Chrissie, S to 2 Gavin. ' Gaviu was first to liud his legs, but after they had gono a little distance Alice Court went to the front and led past the hall-mile by a length from Gavin, with Chrissie three lengths away. Gaviu ranged ni- alongside tho favorite as. they came round Die turn, but the Jolly lluiinitoii mare shook him off oel'ore tho distance was readied, and going along easily, won by a length from Chrissie, who cut Gavin out of second place by 2 lengths. Time, lmin, 2.'-]sec. THE ATTUNGA HANDICAP, of 20 sovs., second horse to receive 2 sovs from the prize. For all horses that havo never won a prize, exce...
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Prosa Tolographic Association.) SYDNEY. ? l'Vi.lntF I ho House of Representatives has decided u- send an address to the King endorsing tlio modification form ol tlie accession oath sug gested by the l'rime Minister, Mr Kishcr said lie hoped not another lvin«' would be asked to suhsjerihe. t-» the oath in t 10 objectionable form it was represented to the lute lung. Sir John (hiirL- vm/n-nuei,. ? i -t . , , ? , ? ? ? * »?*-'»? ci mnscii 1 no telephone (marges. ffie Postmaster-General declared the' tele phone must he made to pav, expla iniii' if Ulo proposed new rates uero found excessive it would be Hi,, easiest thing in thu world to reduce them. 'I here is a feeling of satisfaction through out the railway service with the conditions proposed by the superannuation fund. The directors of the ..lelboiirnc tramirav intend distributing .CI.'DIX) among the emiilov eas by way of bonus. The New Zealand House of Representa tives by (i!) votes to I decided iu favor of re p...
OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. the Ant4,0. atlvo,'Ee ''Cteorological conditions-, tlio Autumn races were attended bv a good measure of success. * Xeiv Kiiglnnd has experience;! some rea winter wciithcr diirit ig the past few davs, am', be.uy snow has iallen in i»a»v of tlie north ern towns. ? * ? ?- ? |J,'!1(! ',i,U ,v;,s ??} success, with iai^o attendances on both nights. It is hoped the Hospital ball next month support ^ muasm'--' of public * * # # « ilio Hospital is our most deserving insti tution, and it is im-iiinbeiit 011 the miblie t- do their best on its behalf. The State elections are drawing nearer and candidates are commencing to woe tho suff rages ol the electors by oral suasion. Early in the. 'campaign stakes',' tho old groy horse appears tu have the best chancel ot winning. The establishment of a third party in politics is not the happiest of ideas just now. The movement should ha susnended to give tho Government an opportunity to fulfil its promises of progressive legislat...
NO-LICENSE, SLY GRONG, AND HOME DRINKING. WHAT THE VICAR OF ASHBURTON SAYS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
NO-LICENSE, SLY GROG, AND HOME DRINKING. WHAT THE VICAR OF ASHBUUTON S.YfS. .. ? ; v - (To the Editor.) Sir, — \\e hear many assertions that were no license to obtain, it would at once give rise to an unlimited sly grog trade and would encourage home drinking. Liquor, It is loured, would bu introduced into and. drunk iu many hollies, to the danger of children and of women, where now it is un known because tho drinking is done ill the. bar. Doubtless, ninny of your readers have already gained this impression. It would not bo out of place, in view of the poss'bil ity of such a catastrophe, to hear the testi mony of one who has moved in and among many of the homes in Ashhurtou, a no-license district, in New Zealand. The -Anglican Vicar, Rev. E. Whitehouse, in a public ad dress, said tho following: — 'I was told of the mail who was in the habit of getting one glass of beer, and going straight homo; he was to ^ot it into the house itself, and the wife and children, who1 knew nothing abou...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] LABOR ORGANISER IN TAMWORTH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. | [We do not ncccswirily endorse tlic opiuion# , of our correspondent*).] 1 LABOR ORGANISER IN TAMWORTH. (To the Editor.) S-1'. — in yours of the 19th, under the above heading, Mr. Andrews sees fit to fur ther criticise Mr. Levieu and his career. Had it not been for the closing sentence, I should not have thought it necessary to take pen iu defence of one so callable as piiit experience has shown to take care of oimseu. - 'That this will be the first clean light 'I.evien lias put- up duWug his iiiunierous election campaigns,' is unwarranted, and can only 1'® the outcome of an impulsive and thoughtless opponent— an assertion which will he refuted by Tamworth's majority. At (no last election and also those quoted by Mr. Andrews, I assert that eoinpariii' with other electorates, this was favored with far less personality, which, to niv mind makes elections of to-day oftentimes some tiling not desirable fin* storage in one's memory. If, as Mr. Andrews suys, Labor always ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
DR. SUKLDON'K MAGNETIC MXHIKN'I', Will relievo at once Rheumatism, Lumbago, La mo Back, Cut:i. Bruises, or Burns, and continued applical:on wil effect a cure fit a remarkably short time. Price Is. (id. and .')s. Ohtainahle at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* . . . imS? ] jsife/ll1 I'm the Robur Tea Girl . Being in the trade I'm naturally interesl d in the way people make Ihi.r tea — I know 1 liow it ought to be made, and I also know.liow it is ofttimcs ' .. spoilt in the making— lite water may not be boiling— it ?may be overdrawn, or any one of a dozen things may happen which with very little care might he avoided — there is, however, one point ? which needs special attention, and that is to' see there are no old leaves left iu the pot — slinking them out isn't sufficient, you must rinse your teapot with boiling water, for, nothing so effectually spoils a pot of tea as a few stray stale previously used leaves. Anddon'tpulfreshteainon top of leaves that liavc had the goodness draw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
^ m Ff^ff FTTH PROUD'S ^ / J MOTOR BAGS, HAND BAG?, TRAPEZE ZV\S^ BAGS, PEGGY BAGS, RACE BAGS. rj Now Styles Ahead of tho Soiison. 1/ ^ \ vvv^^\ f ^^.)NV A wide range of these Choito |r^|L V^AJ / ^'n^s ftt/ pi icca so low that thoy 7 Jl \Mvr\ 1 n|Q beyond competition, Morocco, Seal, Crocodile (J.ilf, : J| lleuu'r-lii^sia,. rntn.i,^ and New Autumn And Winter Fashions — AT— j&®H£,gs. su. S3-. 2ia^.'sr's, . Costumes, Blouses, Furs, Jackets, and Millinery. MRS. OL 0-. Tamworth's Fashion Leader, Peel-street. One of tlie Big Ends OI -nir business is our Mat Depai tinent. Mako u liole of tliis when requiring your r.ext New Mat. Wo call your attention to— Oh, what's the use! Kpaee won't, permit mole than a hint of tho many 'good things'' at our Men's Emporium. Just make sine you inspect our stock — that's all. *.'? HAaCOU Si,*®?, Men's Wear Emporium, ? WHO CATERS FOR MKX'.S Al'IWli Kl, US I A'. - TAMWORTH — MANILLA. riTirmiiBiraiw 1 .n ., .nlliW,..ifcmiij.riiinfaagM^MMsra— — aw j . ...
LONDON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
LONDON LETTER. (From cur own correspondent.) I »_iow]v nave matters assumed their ordi ! nary aspect and routine since the death of the Ivin^. To-day is tho end of the period of deep mourning and from to-morrow until the end of the month half-mourning will be worn. King George, with his usual thought for the nation's welfare, had the time for mourning shortened, as trade and so mam employed in its branches wore seriously af fected. ^votwithstandin^ that f-ocial events, those of necessity, had to proceed as before, mourning was seen everywhere, and th-? wearing of black quite general, even at wed ding.?. At the races at Ascot, the huge orowtls of men and women were all iu black, sccietv was, of course, conspicuous bv its absence, but tho whole appearance was that of a nation in mourning. The Jtoyal box in its emptiness and desert'on, sneaking for it veil. 1 he ?tupano:x--Hriti.t:b Inhibition open ed itself, and the Festival of Kmpire has been postponed until next year, when ;\Ii othe...
SECOND NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
SECOND NIGHT. There was another large attondancp, ljotli on floor and gallery, op Wudnesday night, which was for juveniles. A grand march as 011 the first uigbt. open ed tho ball. The following wero tlio fahcy sets: — T-„,„ Tliini ? ? ? 1 1... -Jl.... ' r- ? L ? Tho i;irls wero dressed in wllito evening dresses, scarlet straps and pom-poms; white caps with streamers and poni-pmns; carry ing red and white striped wands. Their part ners were in plain dress, wmring red ros ettes. Girls in set:— Alisses E. Lane, E. Cartiyright, N, Roddop, G. Lpiinan,- O. Jones, F. l-luglies, li. Wilkinson, and E. White. Partners: — J. Grayston, V. Cohen, A.. Carmichael,. C. Fulljames, C. Aioere, E. Al len, J. Coyne, and F. Yeuoss. Regimental, arranged by Airs, Greentroc. — The girls were dressed as Da mshlers (1j the Regiment, wearing scarlet coats with gtdd braid and buttons, cream braided vests,, kilted skirts, leggings, Gauntlet gloves, hav ersacks, and carrying military canes. These, with their part...
LADY'S KISS. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
MY LADY'S KISS. (I3y Norman Innes, author of 'Tho Surgo of War, ' 'Parson Croft,' I' The Lonely Guard,' etc.) CHAPXJ3R XXL (Continued.) jjhx s tjice greiv black as Ho bent nbovo tho dying woman, ho nil but let fall tlio cup pf -w:ne that lie held to her lips. 'It was ill done,' lie muttered. 'By God, .... ???y. done; may Ho have mercy on you. Tins ciowns -liiy shame.' 'liifi' slwmA l-tinii. _i? i.« - 'Heicy,' slio subbed. '.'\Iercy, I jisk it - net, bufc vengeance, since my hones are dead. IV; - '.Vciigenneo on thee, to whom I have so long ben fetleied, fiom whom I would havo hro -? hen this night. Think'— she rhoked and ' ' . tho hlood rose to her lips— 'think yon it was tho Count iihoso end I sought? Chanco ?' led him to his ruin; liot I. J)!d you mark . them, my .husband, my. countrvnien that . thronged beneath? ']'is for 'thee they have .mu'tcd. .-.'...-.-Djillnn^ -..so ,-;my bait lured . llieo,. and-, you came; drawji by: tho letter ? written -by the., ivoman's. cousin? So yon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
Sluggish Liver and Split ting Headaches. BILK MOANS, TiJIi HOUSEWIFE'S FlUliND. Mrs. J . . C. A\ ilsou, of Broad Street, off Uamford Street, Woolston, N . X . , says: — 'For years I was affected with u sluggish liver. At times I was completely prostrated so that I was linablo to attend to my ordin ary household duties. 'I would havo severe attacks of biliousness, accompanied with splitting headaches, which would mako mo fool awfully dizzy, sick and ill. I was also a victim (n enstiveuoss. and iu time mv ?m.h.mmi? health gave way altogether and I was redu ced to a physical wreck. I consulted medical men, and tried many medicines, hut without gaining any relief whatever. One day when I was awfuly ill a friend persuaded mo to test Bile Beans in my ease. I did so, and niter tlio first- few doses began to feel I was on tho road to recovery. I continued with Bi!o lleans ; and tho attacks of dizziness, J sickness and headaches gradually ceased. I Soon all traces oi oosliveness disappeared ...
TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUM RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. AtJTUMX RACE MEETING. Owing to the heavy rain on Monday night and lueSdny, the Autumn Meeting of the I ..I.C. was postponed lYo,n Tuesday and Wednesday to Wednesday and Thursday Ill's considerably interfered, with a record success that, was undoubtedly in store for the. meeting. Nevertheless, the Club will n»- ci, „ » ?it s V ol ^u' »M»iior and lilt spoit provided was interesting through out. All arrangements for the conduct of the meeting were very complete and every thing passed eft' without a hitch. Owing tov the soft state of the track n number of horae owuers did not start their horses and tlio fields were not as large as anticipated. The going, however, was better than one could have imagined after the weather that has been experienced the hist few weeks. I he Indies did not patronise the sport in such large numbers as usual, the iuclemencv of the neather being also responsible for this state ,v» miner was present in his capacity as .stipemliarv steward b...
HOW TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
HOW TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL EYES. ueauuiui eyes may lie kept into Into life, and plain eyes may be beautified, says an authority. 1' irst realise diet plays an enor mous part. Gross leeding, over-rich dishes, rich sweets, and, above all, continual drink ing will rob the eves of their brightness. Glasses should be fitted ::t once and worn regularly, if the sight be defective, or ret. eyelids and wrinkles will soon show them selves. \ eils, especially spotted ones, are vei.\r bad for the eye.- : thoy often tire and strain and make delicate eyes verv irritable. If they must be worn, tie them round t ho brim of the hat to keep them well awav from tho face. Crow's-feet, wrinkles, heavy sha dows under the eyes, denote internal deli cacy, trouble with the liver or kidnevs, or over-fatigue or over-work. Study tlie eyu in relation to your general health. If tin; e.vo i.s yellow or not clear, and it refuses to right itself by home treatment, a doctor should bo consulted.
SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
SITSSFX-STllKiOT SALTiS. Competition for all classes of produce was extremely dull. - The attendance of buyers was tlie_sniallest for -some considerable time. I'btatoesTleclined 7/(i, lucerne l.av ')/. 'There was no demand for lucerne chaff, wheat and oats. Chair: Prime cuts 3/!) to i/, good 3/(i and 3/7, medium 3/ to 3/3. Prnio lucerne hay, small bales, 3/(5; inferior, large halt';, 2/2. Prime seed potatoes 7/5 to 7/1(1; prime table redskins -i/7 to (i /!). good 5/(i to '(-/. nie,'li,',i.-i at -I /It) and Mil; prime white skins 5/7; wheat 3/9 to I/; barley 2/0 to 2/10. Northern sales.— Lucerne chaff, D. .Woods, Taniworth, passed at 2/7.
FOR THE ENGAGED GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
FOR THE ENGAGED GIRL. 'I air-maidens wear 110 purses,' says all old proverb, implying that their nialu ad mirers are always willing to defray tho ex penses of providing their pleasures. Nevertheless the i rl who has a trijo re gard for her lover will be careful not lo carry her privileges in this respect too far. It- is a fact that men not blest with an abun dance of cash are positively frightened of of fering attentions to girls because of the ta.- 011 their, slender purses. As a witty bachelor once expressed it, 'I can afford to marry, but I can't afford an engagement. ' A girl who looks forward lo matrimony, therefore, should be careful not to involve her lover iu expenses that may delay his saving towards their future home.
LOOK AT HOME FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
LOOK AT HOME FIRST. It, instead of cultivating tlio disagreeable habit of telling people homu truths, more women would follow the oxamplo of tho lady who, every time she found a fault or weak ness in her friends, tried to discover who vuu oamu 11 us awinicauio to norseii, lue would bo much pleasanler and easier for all around us. Try to do the same for a iveek,' and you will bo astonished to find how greatly you benefit by tho result, while your friends aro all tho happier for not having their faults pointed out by you.
THERE ARE OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
THERE ARE OTHERS. Don't imagine, my boy, if you throw up your job, ' That tho firm that employs you will Tail; That tho whole office force in their anguish will sob, ' ' . And tho senior partner turn palo. .. ^011 aro highly efficient, and active, and bright — 00 you say. i 111 unwilling to doubt you; But the chance of all tlr's is incredibly slight, ' lhoro aro plenty of others without you. Don't get mad with tho girl, and to mako her feel bad Fail to go for your Usual call. It's tho truth, though 1 know it sounls awfully sad, That sho may never miss you at all. It's a mighty poor policy staying away, Though I grant that at times sho may flout you, But I know that-I'm in a '-position lo say There aro plenty of others without you. Don't get soured ou the world and do any thing rash; - Not to speak of the good of your soul, If yon jump in tho lake yon may mako ? small splash, But you'll novor leavo much' of a hole. Don't expect folks to mako such a terrible fuss hen tho.Vj think very...