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Cheap Town Properties [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
Oiieap Towu Probities Roderick Street. — New- lirieU -Cottage, 0 rooms; land nearly i-acre ; paled in. £100 Darling Street. — New AVeatlierboard House, 5 rooms, kitchen; ccruer block let at. 15j- per week. , ; L £150 Darling Street. — rNew Weatherboard Cottage, 4 rooms, etc., snlemhd : position, let at. 11/- -loi week. JC3oO Alacquarie Street. i — JJrickT. Gottage7':if rooms, i water laid on, good 'posibon j let-- at 11/ 1 per week. - ^ -- £31u i I AVliitc Street.— Ha iidsonie lirick .Dwelling; (i rooms, every convemunco, :orchard ; land i-acre. Corner block let at-fl^Kor week. Easy tonus.' . . - : . - £750 Napier Street. — New Unci; Cottage, 5 rooni3, every convenience, J-acre land; lot lit 12/0 nor week. .. ' £375 tipper. Street.—1 'i'wo half -Blocks ? adjoining, splendid position ; could build 4 cottages, £150 I lie two.
Make Your Own Hair Tonic. A SPECIALIST'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
Make Your Ov/n Hair Tonic. A SPKCIAMST'S ADVICIO. In a recent issue the ''Daily Alail' of Lon don published a special article oil the care of tlio hair, in which was given tiie formula for a. home-made hn'r tonic that was highly recommended for its remarkable bailgrow ing 'properties, as noil as for stopping falling hair, revitalizing the lia r roots, and destroy ing the d'.indrutf reri'.i. 'I iiis article was of special interest to me, as the formula was one which I, mysilf, have seen used in count lefs oases with most astonishing benefit, thus confirming my belief that home-made hair preparations are the best. For the benelit r.f those who have not seen it before, I give the formula herewith. Procure from your chemist a four-ounce bottle containing three ounces of bay rum, one ounce of l.avona de Composee (Sini:h's.) and drain menthol crystals. Dissolve the crystals in the bin ruiu^ and then add the Lavona de Composee : diake thoroughly and apply night and morn ing to t.he roots o...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
SPORTING. , (By 'Amntour.') Joekrv Clm- will hold their annual I rare lm-titinjj mi 1 7th nnd 18th August: £270 programme, flop -|mib]c; nnd with iine woat.ier tho Hub expect to lmvo a verv suc cessful meeting. Gnv Hampton. who won tlm iii*» Im.vii., i ace in which lie started n few weeks airo wa.s served up pretty warm for the hurdle ace at Canterbury Park on Saturday, hut -lundenn^ at the first leuce came to «rrief and nn outsider in Kielder ^ave the hooks a good beginning. Owcenie, who has been ruuniii': verv eon sistently nl hite, started, n hot favorite for the v lying JJandicnp, and justified the confi dence placed in ?u*r by pullitiir her supporters through. .Some few weeks n«jo Oweenie gave the books a turn up In- winning a welter race hi which her stnrfciim mice was '20 to 1 his time did did the punters a i^ood turn! thus etjunlisinij matters. How often does it hnpne.n that a stable, having two horses ?n a race, declares for t.he uionji one. Another instance was brought to ...
OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
OUR LADIES' LETTER. (By 'Uosodn.') This wools, 'ushered in l-v floods of tears from tho clouds nnd violent long drawn sighs from tho boisterous winds, was full i.l happenings. Tho lirst was very sad and will long ho vomembered by its death roll. I re fer, of course, to the gruesome railway smash in- Victoria. Our deepest sympathies go out ?to tho wounded sufferers and the rela tives ol tlio deceased. Sydney was never more lively on a holiday than during tile early days of this week, 'folopohno hulls ringing incessantly, windows smashing up, chimneys falling down, roois caving in nnd cataracts of water liter ally tearing iu- tho roads 'in their mad rush to somo destination. Never was there sucli a' wild -seen© of desolation and destruction. 'Whole gardens dripping wet wore positively lifted up and 'rudely deposited across a neighbouring fence. Added to thin boisterous horso play of tho elements the tompcraturo dropped to freezing point. , Trains from tho mountains where a jilenti fil...
SODIUM CYANIDE FOR FUMIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
SODIUM CYANIDE FOR FUMI , GATIOX. . Professor Woglum, of tho Californian De partment of Agriculture, reports on experi . incuts in respect to the use of sodium evan . ide instead of potassium cyanide iu the fumi gation of trees. In view of his definite state ment as to its safety, efficacy, and clieap ?lioss, the question is one of ;;rcat interest to our citrus-glowers. Ho savs — 'Potassium cyanide, when absolutely pure, produces 100 ? per cent. !j,as. Sodium cyanide of equal' purity will produce 133 per cent, gas, or one thud more than the potassium. Results ob tained by use of sodium have proven- just as satisfactory as .potassium in the killing pm, ' ? er on tho* different scales. The cost of tin best sodium is 3 cents to i ccnts ;i pound moio than potassium. The sodium produce.1 at least 25' por cent, more gas, saving there ;..? b- fioin (i cents to 7 cents on each- nound It in, therefore, readily nol K-eahl'e that it! una will save considerable money. Should its iiao become gen...
MAN AND BOY CLEAR £1000. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
' MAN AND HOY CLEAR £1000. lloie is another strikim; example of wln.t a man of hunted means — the small man — v.CPn do on tho land. 'Jlioro is at. least one farmer in Riverain --who has_ solved tho labor problem for liiir. v. self fn tho last dry season he had 325 acre! ?r. of land under wlicat, and in cropping and ::;.v'lini vesting ho did not employ a single lian l. . 'ills omy assistant was a son, a lau oi aooux ? foiii teen -years of age. Unfortunately for '? ?Ins grit in facing an uphill task lie had bu! poor harvest to gather in. After bis &? ed ?vlmd-boon provided ' for he had little or no .t thing left for himself, aud his splendidly cou -l'ageous industrial effort was practically bar-' ; ren of result. . But .the man who cheerfully undertakes the task of cultivating over three hundred acres of land without lieli) is not ' likelv to bo deterred by even such a discour aging experience as this. In the followinp year — still with no assistance but that of i t ? boy — he...
TO TELL AGE OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
' TO TELL AGIO Oh' CATTLE. At 12 months; nil t animal should havo .'il ' lis niijk-' (calf) incisors, niipliico. :. Fifteen months — At Uns iijio tlio central .unir of incisors, '(imllr'tcothV.iiiav bo reiilaeed :-.!-by: a .pair, of- pormaiient ? nieisors (pincers), - a;tboso; being .through tho . .gums, but not in wear. .? , '.F,iid-lr»i»n mntif.lis — -fI h» ? lilidrlln - mir nt central incisors nt- llus ago should be fus y up and in wear; but the next jiair (first in termediary) not vofc tlirougli tlio gums. Twenty-four months — 'lho mouth at tins stage will, show two middle (nermanent -broad) incisors, fullv up and in wear. Thirty months jjonernllv show six liroa t, pormanent incisors, tho mitldlo and first ii -tcrmodiarv fullv up and in wear. 'I he next pair (socond intermediary) well un but not in use. hirtv-six months show three pairs of broad teeth, which should be fullv up and in wear, and tlio corner milk teeth mav to shedding, with the corner iiermaiieiits appear ing tliro...
SMALL HOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
SMALL HOLDERS . Tiieriv is .need ;-if n; Farmers aud Settlers' Association — savs ..tho. ''Sunday 'limes.' But there is need/ .too, of n Small Holders' : Association, which -mil include tho men wno ?-; .'aro getting, a l'.vin;* . 011 Jioldnurs ranging ... frcin 0110 aero un :to 100. wh(i are omto he r. iiioath tlio notice, of the F .- and S.A. '.Ihore - .fore, . let tlio small ' holders conic together ? light away. - Co-opointion: will help thom en ormoii'dy.' ' ' -
DURI NEWS DURI BRANCH FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
DUR i NEWS (From a correspondent.) Dli HI HRANCH FARM 10RS AND SKTTLKUS' ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly mooting was held here oil Monday last, 23th inst., at 7.31) p.m. Yice-Pre.sicient, Mi*. W. Donaldson, occupied the e,hair. After the minutes oT previous meothig and correspondence had been dis posed of, it was decided to invito experts (through the Department of Agriculture) to deliver « series ot lectures nere on me pun eiplos of agriculture, as suggested by the .Minister. IS names were handed in of those desirous of attending, and anv other farmer or farmer's son, or others interested, who desire to attend are invited to forward thoT names to the Hon, Sec., Mr. JL Owen, Duri as earlv as possible. 'I he chargo is nil, other than h-eal expenses, if aoy. 'I he Sec retary was thou instructed to forward the amount collected for 'Farror 1'und ' to head* quarters, and was also directed to communi cate with Minister for Lands through H. 11. Lcvion, lOsq., M.L. A. . asking him to have ti...
Tamworth Gas and Coke Company. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
Tamworth Gas and Coke Company. 'Hie half-yearly meeting of shareholders of j Tamworth Gas and Coke Co., Ltd., was held j on Wednesday night, when the following re- ! port was read, and adopted: — | Tho profit for the period, after providing for depreciation and a proportion ol the cost i and renewal of mains and .services, has been CoS2/l7/(», which, with the balance from last ; hall year ot L isijs/oy i. ami t.'ie extra pre mium on 10S0 shares allotted during the per iod (L'OII/2) leaves to be divided t: lo2'-i 1/10. Your directors propose a dividend of 10 per cent, per annum on the old shares, absorbing £of(i, and a dividend of It) per cent, on the new shares, absorbing £21.-2, carrying for w.ard to next account £10-m/2/10. 'During the half-year, by a resolution passed at an extraordinary general meeting of share holders, the capital of the Company was in creased to .£].*», 000, and 1000 shares were offered to existing shareholders at a premium of 10/ per share, and it is a source...
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FEDERAL, POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Press Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. Friday. fkdkraIj rouTics. Tho House of Representatives carried I through all stages the Hill 'for an appropri- | at'on of £^,oU0,000 to create a trust fund j for old-age pensions. .Mr. Fisher explained | tho Hill would relievo Parliament of the no- | eossitv of troubling about old-age pensions i for about two years. | Ml- 1'\lll..,. I, w, 4l.nl ? i in,„„.,i.,Ml I., prosentative of the six Stales, tie erected on the Federal Capital area. The proposal way opposed by the Victorian members.' and de bate was adjourned for a fortnight.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
Boys will b0 Boys'. ZAM-lllilv INDlSVUNSAHLli IN TilK i I OAliC. Kverv mother should alway.-i keep handy a pot 'of Zam-I!ul; ; fur the little one ; at, plsiv nr« nlwnys 'n^° wsir;-:. Kikk-ks, i cut's, liumiis and bruises arc evory-dv.- trou- . Mrs where children arc, and t,:e. l misunl into application ol' Zain-Bu!« would prevent sun- j oils eomnliratiniis arising nnd &iVL* e:\su and j coint'H't to tlio little v't'tin\. M.... ll rj/„. Pri n-M»-xf rod,. finiitoll. N S.\V., Hiiv.-: '/am-lluk is my home fir.i siiit, and I always kron a supply handy. A few mouths my little hny, ^C.i'^il, wlio is only k:x ycavs of irry. Imd Hk left fnat ?i'-nlflefl verv lmdlv wliilt? I was ninliiin? U»:i. Tim wound dovrlopcd into a nasty pi'oii'.l -v-n» and caused tlio child terrible naiii. Il'4 was linahh; to walk ahout, and 1 had to I;im']) liini awav from school. 1 dressed his tool with. Zam-Huk, which »:nv-» him iinmcdiat'j cjisc, and c(;ntinuin,r, to use Zam-Huk for a fi»w days, tho little c...
OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. A show should be held in 1011. # * » ? * .Steps should bo taken .for the formation of a 'Chamber of Commerce in Tamworth. Tamworth finds two Labor candidates — ono each for Hingara and Tamworth eloetor 'tfaelc Frost' has been more than usually attentive tho last low mornings. The Government lias dealt handsomely with the Agricultural Association. *A £2000 grant puts a rosy hue oil things. | Investigation parties in connection with the proposed auxiliary water supply and the sewerage scheme are ill town. Necessary records are being marie. Since the beginning of tho year '-2 new houses havo been erected in Tamworth and West Tamworth. » « About a dozen goats were killed by a train on tho railway near AYost Tamworth this morning.
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. UPLIFTING HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (l«\om our Correspondent). j UPLIFTING HUMANITY. Australia is out for the u»d»lt ot Inunari itv.' Tlio catchy phrase seems t:. enter in to everything wo think or .vay or do. It seems indeed to be regarded a.s a kind oi 'mascotU'' or incantation which is hound tu' bring success, unci which, imliko the jr ilinarv run of maseottes does contribute to some' extent towards it by influencing the F minds of the .simple and easily heguded in the direction that is desired. A 'straw will -lio\v the way tho wind blows. The commit tee of the Prince Mfred Hospital for in stance approached the W aires Board to ask a relaxation of tiie eirjine-drivcrs' award. It specified that onlv ms days per wei'k shall , lit. worked, and that .Sunday work shall be paid at extra rates. At tlio hrspital the work is continuous, the funds are low, the men are contented, and lie management da sire to save extra exnen.se. Suruly this w/.» ,i strong enough case, without a statement ' that the liosnit...
POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. H. S. Hawkins, P.M.). THURSDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
POLICE COURT. Tlil'IlSDAYj J l'IA' 23. (Ueforo Mr. II. S. Hawkins, P.M.). John Thompson, alias Patrick Crouoher, alias Harry Kcrguson, was charged with us ing indecent' language and was ab:o charged with imposing on a private person by false representation. ? ? ^ Accused pleaded guilty to -the charge of indecent language and was lined C3. 'lo the other charge accused pleaded not guilty, and evidence was taken. I Constable Beatson deposed During the af ternoon of' 27th instant, \I not:eed t-ke no- | eused going about the Tamworth Ooursing Ground going about shouting out the odds | on tiie heats. About -I p.m. T heard Alfred Wilbow say, 'How about paying me now?' Accused replied, 'You have no chance of get ting it.' When 1 accused him at the lockup lie said, '1 know nothing about this.' Tick-' ct.s produced were found on accused. To accused : I d'd not accuse you on the course, because I wantad to 'get -more evi dence. .. / Alfred John Wilbow, drover, Tamworth, de posed: I was on the ...
TAMWORTH WATER SUPPLY. THE PUMPING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
TAMWORTH WATER SUPPLY. THK PUMPING SCI! KM 10. 'I In; following commiinicatiiin from tlio Un der-Secretary, Public Woi!i« Depart men:, was read at tlic mectina of the- Municipal C'eunc:!, on 'luuiday niglit. . 'I lie que.stirn. \ta:; made an order of the day for next lneet in.v. :— I lmvo the honor to inform you that the Honorable Minister for Public UorU:; has tliven this matter full consideration, after having; before liini reports by the 'Country Town Water Supply Debts Committee,' a;id the 'Knuinecr-in-Chief for Water Supply. ' It appears that the cost' of the works con tracted under the existini; scheme is £?!/,- i.j(i/l'2/!). Accumulated interest on disburse ?uents to lilst May, 1!)U), amounts to £20, .?SO/l/.j, ay;i;nst which there is to the credit if the Special Deposit Account, bcin^ th. lalance on the (lej)a rtluental working of tiie scheme to :ilst, May, liilO, the sum of C13, 2iil /17/2. The Minister if prepared to lix the capital debt of the existing works at £86,328, a...
LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
LAND NEWS. An application for an original conditional purchase of 427o4 acres, situated in the county of Darling, parishes of Welsh and Nangarah, has been lodged hy Allan Horry. Tho Crown Lands Agent (Mr. Vernon) held a sale of town lots, two roods in area, at. \Voolomin on AVodne^day. Tho following arc the nart;cular.'? : — Aflotmont 1, section lo, fronting Monro and nuncan-stivets, village of Woolomin, «T. '\V. Newman mirehaser, at the upset price of Allotment. 2, fronting Monrn-stroot, ,1. AV . Xcwmait, at unset price of £10.. Allotment 3, fronting Duncan-street^ I . Ij. Pvrke, C8/7 : allotment -1, .£(5; o, £0; (-, £8; 7, £8; 3,' £8/10 j same purchaser.
Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
Casual Reflections. The notion of tho Council in deciding to j consider the udvisableness of building n 'l own j Hall is commendable. A .special committee ! was appointed to inspect suitable sites and , draw up conditions for inviting competitive dos:gus. The Mayor in submitting the mo tion has hearkened to the voice of Need, and tho Council may be congratulated on the initial steps taken. It is hoped the sugges tion will reach practical form within reason able time, and another town requirement be supplied. In making a special grant of £2000 to the Tamworth Agricultural Association, the De partment of Agriculture has acted liberally, and responded splendidly at a tiuie when circumstances made substantial assistance necessary. The Association is now enabled to move more quickly ahead in the making of its now Show Ground at West Tamworth, and the relief from immediate financial re -trieti»»ns, afforded by the Department, should bear good fruit in tho future life of tho association. K...