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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THEjJACK (TAIL TlWOfcS. ^ it nHtoof .non.v Tki remady which cU?m> to crjfe ' «veiv disown . ,vu! tinin to which hunuin Ii'nci^s arr li«*» to — alo <.hr |>ck \il ail frAcIos—ij jpagsinc «•«». Itetts' Clavis Itheum* is not a curu-nll. It will not euro all pains) jyi(] troubles. But it. will what it ii m.*Jo to cure, viz., ilhohiua tiom, (Jwit, l/iimbago, and Sciatica. Ono let ter, ro.:oiv«! from a well-known par.toralist »nads "Considering my age (76), I consider the euro a .marvellous one. I took a course of Diaria liliouina 12 months auo and have not had a return of the old enemy sinco." Wo can show j;ou hundreds of such lot $crs—lottors which liavo come to us without asltim:. We have hovci- ]>nid for a testimon ial, and, novor will. Those who read around tlio bottlo of Clavis Hhouma you ora.going to nurchaae to-day come to us spontaneous ly. Tliiv inohov von invest in a' bottlo of, CSnvis Rheuma will return you dividends ill wlief from Hhoumatic pains. AH ch...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

New Galvanised Iron. CHEAP. NEW GALV. CORR. IRON, 20 GAUGE. 5 to 8 feet lengths £17 ton; £8/10 tho i-ton case nett. 5 to 9 foot lengtlis £17/15 ton; £8/17/0 the, 1-ton case nett. 5 to 10 feet lengths £18/10 ton; £9/5 the i-ton case nett. NEW- SLIGHTLY DAMAGED 2ti .GAtJk.i2 GALV. COR. IRON (sold with nil faults). 5 to 8 feet longths £3/2/6 per j-ton caso nett. C to 9 feet lengths £8/10 per i-ton caso nett. G to 10 feet lengths £8/17/6 pet J-ton case nett. (With 2/15 cartage extra). "REDCLIFFE" NKW 2G GAUGE. 5 to. 8 feet £8/13/9 per J-toh caso nett 5-to 9 foot £9/1/3 por ^-ton.case nett. .5 to 10 feet £9/8/9 ner 4-tbh caso nett'. PRIME CORNED BEEF. 17/ per lOOlbs. Second Quality, 15/ per lOOlbs. TARPAULINS. 16 x 20, Best Navy Canvas, 40/, CREAM SEPARATORS. 9 gallons per hour. £3/15; O.G. GUTTERING (Gfb. lengtlis). 4 m., 3d.; 4Jin., lid.; Sin., lljd.;. 6ii.j 11' RIDGING (6ft. lengths);. 12in., 1/; 14i«.. 1/2; 15in., 1/3; 10in.. 1/3J; 18in., 1J6. WIRE NETTING. 42 x 1J x 17, £26 per mile...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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DEEPWATER The following are the weights for the principal events to be decided at Deepwater race meeting on Monday next:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

DEEPWATRR The following are the weights for the principal events to lie decided at Deep water race meeting on Monday next-— «ew years Gift, 1 mile.—Willarie 9.10, 7 i2Sn^oi i * 9'7' Pyrus 8-°- Alarlc na T.O GauIea G.7. Gate Aldon J. C. Handicap, 1 mile 1 furlong.—•Wil larie 9.8, Midge B 9.6, Mortar 9.6. Pyrus 71® Alaric 7.10, Orzildom 7.10, Golden Gate 7 3' Aldonna 7.0, Gaulea 0.7. '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LOCAL GOVERNMENT EH QUEENSLAND. (Written for tho 'T)r.ilv Obscrvoi-.") Brisbane, the capital, ri;y of Queensland was incorporated as a municipality by pro clamation on September 'iitt. i;.';j!>.':iiu! thus ■was founded, i:iu/e than half ;i clmiUu-.v ago., the decentnilipnrion system of Local i.'o vernmbnf v.'hirn, though -amplified, extend ed 'and; amended, lias served ll;n state splendidly durlnv; liie- intervening period, marked by wijuu-kabte' do'veloomont and progress.. Queensland. in tiioi-c days, so tar as: white KcUlor.-.unt wan-concerned, was practically confined'fo the More ion Bay dis trict; tout 'as .population .. increased " and sprep.d itself over wider areas, so arose (lie need for a broader measure of self-govern ment. The. Local Government 'Act of 1878 for the first time fiifferenilated as between town -and country. the powers of munici palities being amplified at. the Fame time as . provision v.*as made for. incorporating rural . areas into shires. Then came the ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LIFE WAS HOT WORTH LIVING. TWELVE YEARS' GENERAL DEBILITY ENDED. ANOTHER LIFE SAVED BY BILE BEANS [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LIFE WAS HOT WORTH UV5KC. PVYEIjye years' general debility j2xdjkd. another ufe saved by bile beans VFcr rears I was aivrnys ill and tiding,'' .<;r.rr: Mrs. K. V»". Goodman, 279 Fitz gor;\ld-:>t"voet Perth, W.A. "This state of tJii.-i'.is wiiii caused through a nervous brtmk down. My iuvinmo run-down, and 1 suffered ^re.Ajy from severe attacks of in digestion and biliousness, wliirh would pros trait mo tor days. Work war, impossible, I v.'C'.r, unable to walk ; in fact, 1 could not evon lift r- head up from the pillow. Life I '.iv ;:;rdrd ns -aot. worth liviir:;, for severe attacks of vomiting would strain inv system iriirl ' :• u. 'j mo \rroa I ,• misery, i had a very bad time of it, and landed for death to brin" mr relief. H;-w<vn tne shoulders I had terrible nains, and nxr-d lo K^t a dread ful weight on i ho chest. .just as; if n brick Hn.d been placed undo:' lh{» heart, and I wb ffi«'htiMn'f! to breathe. r'or twelve yean ,! suffered in this way. and was ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

AmULTOJUl NOTES. (By "Unicorn.") | la liioso! prosaic times it is necessary, or at all erects is .considered good manners, to in troduce oneself, and I'mooru lias much pdea suro in. introducing birosolf to the readers of tho "Daily Observer," also in wishing all a happy und prosperous Now Year. Tho word ''Unicorn," it is hardly necessary to explain, means "Ono Horn," and tho reason for the writer adopting It for his pen name is that in llis Writings under this nam do plume he hus -only cae. object in view, viz., , the- betterment of the conditions of the agri culturist or " the man oh tho land" gener aily. This can bo achieved in a variety of ways, and oils of these ways in particular will commend .itself to all, viz., the bringing about), por medium of the "Daily Observer," of a means of co-opercvtion, as it were, among thoso winning their livelihood from tho soil, l>y the interchange ot ideas, matured opin ions, and prActical experiences, Tho average mah on tlio land lias neith...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

I Headache, Indigestion, Constipation & Biliousness The immense number o£ orders-for Froo toids, seiit by post, direct to Hhe Proprietor, is convincing proof that the Public appre-. ciate their splendid surplaints. | Frootoids are. elegant in appearance and/ pleasant, to take.: Their beneficial effects I are evident by- the .disappearance- of head ache,'a'bright, cheery'sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish, depress ed feeling,' by' the;; liver ' acting ■ properly, and by thei food being, properly digested. ■ Frootoids act splendidly on the' liver; a dose taken at bedtime one a week is highly beneficial. . A, constipated habit of body/will be com pletely'.cured if the- patient will on each occasion, when suffering, take a-dose of Frootoids', instead of ordinary aperient. Price 1/0. Chemists Medicine Vendors, or the Proprietor, W. G. Hearne, Chemist, Geelong, Victoria. A REMINDER. Of what does a . bad taste in the mouth, remind you? It indicates that your stoma...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOVE'S LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LOVE'S LAWS. Be sura you're right, then lose your head. A ring on the hand Is worth two at the door. A fool and his money are soon married. A little debutante Is a dangerous thing. Proposals make cowards of us all. There's no fool like a bold fool. The longest way round is the sweetest way home. One good kiss deserves another. 'Tis love that makes the man come 'round. Kisses speak louder than words. He loves best where love lasts. People who live in glass houses shouldn't hold hands. The woman who deliberates is won. Where there's a will there's a .wedding.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"STRIVE ALWAYS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

"STRIVE ALWAYS." The heights by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flight, But they, while their companions slept, Were toiling upward in the. night. Standing on what too long we bore With shoulders, bent and downcast eyes, We may discern—unseen before— A path to higher destinies. Nor deem the irrevocable past As wholly wasted, wholly vain, .1 If, rising on its wrecks, at last To something nobler we attain.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TESTED RECIPES. Plun, Sauce. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

- TESTED RECIPES. ' • Phnn. ftaiiop. I Eight pounds plums, three pounds brown I sugar, three pints vinegar, two tablespoons ful cayenne pepper, two teaspoonsful salt, half an ounce each allspice, cloves, and pep ' percorns, and a good handful whoje ginger (bruised). Boil all together till well cook ed and the stones leave the fruit clean; strain through a colander, and bottle when cold. If corked securely, this sauce will keep for years. • Sweet Potato Croquettes. 1 Boil half a dozen potatoes, and when soft, peel and mash while hot, adding a large tablespoonful of sugar; a saltspoon of salt, and a dash of pepper. When cold mix one egg with them, form into balls, dip in a beaten egg, then1 in breadcrumbs, and fry. 1 Trifle. Put sponge cake , in deep dish,-pour half a pint sherry or sweet wine on, let it soak well, then take two" ounces almonds, blanch ed and cut in . strips, and stick them in the cake. Make a good custard, and when cool pour over the cake; then cover up with whipped ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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WHAT DAD SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

WHAT DAD SAYS: Many a man who claims to be self-made was made what he is by his wife. A mail's idea of a good memory is one that enables him to forget everything pre judical to' his own interests. Husband's of pretty women are apt to be more useful than'ornamental...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL. A TAMAVORTH STUDIO. APPLIED ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THE HOUSE'BEAUTIFUL. A TAMAVORTH STUDIO. . APPLIKD, ART. That, keen observer Thackeray gives lis in "Vanity i>'air," one of his bright side lights on the society of the time when ho shows lis poor Amelia Osborno in ll2~ widowhood, trying shamefaced and secretly to earn mon ey by iviiat in theso degenerate days we c.\ll '•parlour tricks," the futile accomplishments ! in which in her girlhood she had taken such | innocent prido. i\:o one wanted feebly exe cuted water colors, and a cold world was ab solutely indifforent to card board frames and Wax (lowers. i That was less than a hundred years ago, but happily for tho girl and woman of to-day we have changed nil that. She learns draw ing and /painting on more solid and accurate : lines than Thacuery's Amelia, and then not ; so much as an end in itself, unless indeed sho bo blessed with exceptional talent, as a ; means to an end. For tho world has lately > begun to find that it does not want its walls I indiscriminately plastered ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Nursing Hqme. NURSE ROBERTSON, Certificated Royal Hospital for Women and A. T. N. A., | lms established the above for Midwifery cases, at "DARRAGH," CARTHAGE-STREET, TAMV70RTH. Telephone 161, ■- •' « | When Doctors recom mend and the public universally use a remedy for one specific purpose you may be sure it has merits which entitle it to • such high recognition. This is the case with California Syrup of Figs, the safe, gentle and reliable laxative that soothingly cleanses the system and successfully stems the ■ habit pf constipation in inan, woman or child. Insist on having the original and genuine A WOMAN'S LETTER, T"! "Some years ago I was taken tit with pain in the head and fainting sensation; there \vvaa also » a severe pain between my shoulders and dt>wn my back. .*> I could scarcely got my breath; Jifter nearly every meal I WAS seized with such violent pains in the stomach that I was almost afraid to take my food. A nervous sensation would frequently overtake mo with fl...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. SERMONETTES FOR THE FIRST SUNDAY IN THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION* (By "Jeunevir.") • SERMONETTES FOR THE FIRST SUN DAY IN THE NEW YEAR. No real greatness can long co-exist with deceit. The whole faculties of man must be exerted in order to call forth noble en ergies; and he who is not earnestly sincere lives in but half his being, self-mutilated, self-paralysed. There is nothing purer than honesty; no thing sweeter than charity; nothing warmer than love; nothing brighter than virtue, and nothing more steadfast ' than faith. These united in one mind form the purest, the sweetest, the richest, the brightest, and most steadfast happiness. Natural ability is a, wbnderful gift, but when it is expected to take the place of painstaking industry or studious prepara tion it loses its prestige. There is no mis take more fatal than ;that which imagines genius to-be independent of labor. Only through labor can It be developed and bear fruit.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

. FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. Rarely lias Tamworth been favored with such perfect summer weather as has been the case this Christmas. True, the sun has shone down on us with ardent mid summer warmth, but his ardour has been tempered with a delicious breeze, and the showers that have fallen seem to have made the air feel peculiarly fresh and clean. The night of Christmas Eve was indeed almost i cold, but in spite of the pleasantness of the atmosphere, there did not seem to be quite as many crowds about the streets as' usual. The streets themselves were even gayer than usual. Every year there is an increase of electric lights, which make the. handsome shop-windows ever so much liandsonier. The band played gayly, indeed it is difficult to imagine what Satur day nights would be like without the band, and people, big and little, fathers, mothers, and children dashed here and there, moth ers into the stores, patiently waiting to be served with some almost forgotten ne cessity for the Christma...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO PUT A HAT ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

HOW TO PUT A HAT ON. 1 When the Tent-maker of Tarsus put on record his opinion that "A woman's crown ing glory is her hair(" it~is to bo presumed that no prophetic vision had at that time been, vouchsafed to him of that amazing pro duct of modern civilisation—tho Twentieth century Hat. From the point <Jf view of the averago man, tile feiiiiiiiiio Iiat) is merely an object which frequently obscures his vision( but at tho snmo time quickens his eloquence) in places of public entertainment; while, if it is the property of his own womankind, it is frequently the cause of. what seems to him a wholly unwarrantable deflation of his bank ing account. From tho feminine point of view,, however, t.he hat is the most prominent, and, for that reason, the most important, object in her en tire toilette; and sho realises that even a plain girl may look pretty in a becoming hat, while the prettiest (girl in tho world can look quite unattractive in uncongenial head gear. Unfortunately, how...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOSSIP SOCIAL FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THE GOSSIP SOCIAL FACTS AND FANCIES. (By "Panella.") Lots nnd lots of cousins come to town to | see—well, not Mary Glbbs alone. Country cousins having no end of a good time. Came bright and early tills year; quite a week or more ahead ot schedulo time. Consequence the lamps of the boarding bouse "Marm" , not trimmed. Such rushing about. making up lieds, turning rooms ■ round, the family | sleeping on tliemat, and the host bedrooms 1 given over to Duls and Hums and the small fry. The influi unexpected nnil unpre cedented. All on account of the cricket match. Cricket the draw—"It don't make no sort of difference a week or so, does it Hums?" "To. le sure not," says mums, " 'twill give nieand the girls a bit of extra time to look artmd and see the sights, and buy that bit of jretonne for the parlor cur tains." Sight-seeing tielr greatest relaxation. That and tea tinkltig. Tea shops full of . the nroma of tim leaves; habitues quite put out. "Too hd, really, we've been com ing to this tab...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PAGE FOR WOMEN. LONDON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LONDON LETTER. (From our Correspondent). Many Christmas greetings and the best of good wishes for a happy nnd prosperous New Year to nil in Sunny New South Wales, anil especially to the good folk of Tarn worth, who have every reason to ho proud of their picturesque country town and its general goodwill «"") prosperity. London, bo fur, seems scarcely to realise the near ness of Christmas, perhaps on account of so many important events taking up its attention at the present time, for we are threatened with a general election, which would be flii/te disastrous so close to Christ mas time,! for trade especially and most pro fessional cinusesi however, to-day will de cide our' fate, nnd ail are hoping for the best, to happen. King George is having an anxious and ■worrying. tiu\o in tile almost daily consulta tions with his ministeis through the poli tical crisis. It is' well he Is a young mon arch, hut well-experienced and wise, ami able to, hear the continual strain of public affairs si...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

NEW SERIAL STORY. "Steele Rudd" has gone on the land and lias now lqss leisure to devote to the writ ing of his inimitably humorous stories. Therefore, we are fortunate and happy in securing a story, bearing the title "The Dasliwoods," from this popular author's pen. The story is admirably adapted for serial publication, as each chapter is com plete in itself, and the rollicking humor that, characterises its pages is sure to appeal ta those who love a good laugh, while tha "situations" are worked out in that execo1',. ingly comical vein of which the author 'aas proved himself a past master. "Tivo Dasli woods make their initial appenrnr.ee with the first issue of "The Daily Observer," and wo commend their doings for the perusal of our readers.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

WHOOPING OOUGM. This disease is more likely to be con tracted when a child has a cold. Accord ing to published statistics more deaths re sult from whooping cough than from scarlet fever, yet in all our experience wo have never heard o£ a case that did not recover when Chamberlain's Cough Reiriedy was used. It liquifies the tough, mucous, makes it easy to expectorate, and renders (lie paroxysm of coughing less frequent and less severe. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.* Rheumatism and other blood and norve disorders cured by NEMfA TONIC.* LynfseSd College Principal: MISS SAXBY. And an efficient Staff of Teachers. DAY, BOARDING, AND KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL. Pupils prepared for Junior, Senior, and Matriculation Exams. MUSIC: Pianoforte and Violin. Pupils prepared for Trinity College and other Exams. _ SinRinp, Painting, Wood-cnrvinp; Class, or Private Tuition. For Prospectus— "* LYNFIELD COLLEGE. FITZROY-STKEET, TAMWORTH. Pioneer Motor Service (Passenger). NUNDLE—TAMWORTH. CAR will le...

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