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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. DECIMAL SYSTEM OF MONEY WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Press Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. Friday, DKCLM Alj SYSTKM OF MONKY W Kid JITS. The House of Itepreseutatives by 35 votes to 4Jj carried a resolution iu favor of the adoption of the decimal system of money weights and measure*'. Mr. Fisher support ed the proposal.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

An Ex-Matron of the Condobolin Hospital Praises the Great Remedy - — Clements Tonic ? Many persons recommend this medicine because they see the dircct result of it in Tenewed strength in convalescent patients. Many others also rely upon it, and recom mend it to sufferers because it is a good nerve remedy. Here i; a testimony given by Nurse Holland, late Acting-Matron of the ? Condobolin Hospital, New South Wales. She writes: — * , ' 'Your medicine gives rapid relief in cases of Indigestion, Nervousness, Biliousness,, Sick Headache, and Anaemia, or in poor blood in women. Often in cases in tne country, where I was acting-matron,. I' have seen evidence of its wonderful health- \ restoring powers in weak, anaemic and nerve- wrecked 5 women, who, after taking a brief ?- course of it, have recovered so much:as to surprise their friends. I think this rapid nerve recovery is due to the healthful and strengthening effect the medicine has upon the stomach, creating '? appetite, enriching the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

^SaZf^ Arrangements have been made by which . jjjk readers of this paper can now secure. gSg J ^V\ ABSOLUTELY FREE OF ANY COST, full par- - //' -XX tirmlara ho;v to cure themselves from all ? Head or Kar Troubles, .such as Deafness, , ' ? ? ' 'i ? * jr.'}] Head-Noises, Hinging in the I-'ars, Di.s 'ii § BW. lW lilt's, Nervoiis Headaches, A-e. , |g g j Esa S Thlsis nota ntwlieal orstirslcal treatment, Sgg and cloca away entirely with any. probing, g . ' J J r-yringiiig, or spraying in the ear which Kgt % ? ? ilLuL-'* ft'i'inicatlv iniure tlio tender nerves of this H* nto^l- eoniiilieated organ of lhe entire biiiaan gap Iatiiiloniy, thereby causing tbo trouble to Sg Tlti- uTll-km.wn TIkv. O. P. advance to a much move severe stage. SStj This discovery does not consist of any ffl t«ir- h»':o,v )-ilN untill tlic.v pro- {bugs or clccti icily, but simply l.iuo 5^ rltiiincd my rimfncsH ninl ticad- Natural Aural Kinetics which can be jg§f % i;'''',; «pph««i '»-? «unnrerS .igi,i at their m Kii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

YOU WIIJ, 111': Hl:lt PUIS I'll) Itow much better you feel if vour stomach '5 Ur- Sheldon's l)i.-es- live lahulos will improve vour di'^stioiT nt onco Price., 2/(i Obtainable at nil stores and Pullman's Pluu'muey.*

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Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Casual Reflections. It is gratifying to learn the Department has decided to re-dedicate tho old show ground site as a recreation and sports ground, lieing^plendidly situated, no better site for a public ground could be found, and pro vided the area is suitably fitted with the ac cessories necessary for requirements, Tam worth should, in a little time, possess an up-to-date and valuable asset. It is essen-» tial, hewever, that the management of the ground be placed on a sound business basis. With suitable conveniences, the ground would he largely patronised, and be come a revenue-producing source. In sum mer outdoor evening entertainments are popular, a fact that will tend to enhance the value of a convenient and suitable ground. The Council will have offered them the man agement of the re-dedicated area, and to a. very large measure the future .success of the ground will rest with the aldermen. Should tho civic body feel that a special committee of management, apart from the Council...

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OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

OVERHEARD IN PEEL-STREET. Football, as it is sometimes played, could easily be called another game. A wicket keeper would sometimes be as handy on the football field as on the cricket field. The farmers, like Oliver Twist of old, gen erally want more — this with regard to rain. Lately, however, they have received quite enough, if not more than enough, A man lias reported to the police that he was robbed of a sum of money on the river bank. So far no arrest has been made. #?: P. * ? ? There were more blocks for sale than buy ers -m Wednesday, at the sale of Duri al lotments by the Crown. A Peel-street business man went to tho Central Hall the other ninht with a set of handcuffs for Hanco to try his skill on. He says, however, that Hanco did not give him an opportunity to produce the implements. Had luck besets the. Chinese opium smoker. When lie is caught with opium in his posses sion, 'his apparatus i? confiscated, and he has to start all over again. Those eligible to have their nam...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

PERSONAL. Constable Lavelle, previously stationed at Tamworth, has been transferred back again from Werris Creek. We hear that the death took pilace at Coh bedah this week of Mr. Archie Hill, an e.v Tam worth resident. Mr. 11. .1. King, manager of the Hank of Australasia, is laid low, suffering from the prevailing epidemic of rheumatism. He liopes to be about again in a few days. 1 ^b\ W. Ilubaud-Smith, who is in the con valescent stage after an attack of diphtheria, has not vet been able to leave his residence, and it is expected it will be another fort night before Mr. Smith intends returning to his business. Mr. Nathan Cohen, who is still confined to his bed, underwent a slight operation to his neck in the early part of the week. We are pleased to report, from -inquiry made this afternoon, that Mr. Cohen, is now pro gressing very favorably, although some lit tle time must elapse before he is able to move about amongst h»s friends again. _We regret to have to record the death of K...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') Neweastle versus 'lamworth, on the Uval, to-morrow afternoon. * ♦ ? ? ? lie^an'.s heat Treloar's oil 'Wednesday by 8 points to 5. ♦ Fixtures fur to-morrow: — Second grade: North v. l£ast, at Tamworth ; Heetive v. | 'Werris OeoU, at Heetive; Attunga v. Moon- , hi, at Attuufia. # # # # ' Home of the lOast players state that ;- Moonhi man started the rough J-lay in last Saturday's match, and if it hadn't' been for this incident everything would have gone swimmingly. 'Whichever side the oflenders were on tliev should be called to. account for their violent behaviour. » ? * « » Football on' tho Oval on 'Wednesday alter noon was played under dilliculties. Owing to the lain the ground generally was slippery, whilst at one corner- there was a r.ither large stretch of water. A good deal of amusement was caused when the ball found its way there, for players tumbled over each other in great style ; and tho leather seemed to pos sess unlimited elusive powers.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our corresponds.] FLOOD RELIEF BALANCE SHEET. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. [Ve do not necessjirily endorse tho opinions of our correspondents.] FLOOD BKLIKL'' BALANCE SHEET. (To tho editor.) Sir, — I have read the published balance sheet in the last issue of your paper, and I thank the secretary (Dr. Me'l'aggart) for | making the figures public. I am sorry, how ever, that 111010 details were not given, cs pjoeially subsoi/ibers' list; and I certainly cannot compliment tne secieiaij on um wu: of showing an important necessary publica tion; there was certainly a look oi tired feel ing about it. I am well aware that tlie sec retary bad 110 end of trouble in attending to this matter with 110 pay attached and very little thanks, still what is worth taking in hand, is worthy of the best effort. Yours, etc., W. T. AlUrSTHONG.

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RANDOM NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

RANDOM NOTES (l?y 'Humorist.') ltecent happenings have filled the lulitoi with trepidation. IC I were, a ^ woman no doubt I would tell you everything, but it is sufficient to say he is .SKCItKTlvV GUA1?D KD day and nijilit. There now, isn't that enouirli to startle you? Well, then, if you must know, I will let you luiow all about it. The Kditor is safely stowed away in his commodious little oflice iu the depths of the building surrounded by bis worthy pilie inen, ready to 11m through the lii'.st who has the temerity to cross the threshold. Secret electric bell's, cunningly contrived and laid, peal out a warning of trespassers. Impish forms (i.e., the ottice devils) lurke in (lark corners ready to spring 011 a would-be assail ant with feiine ferocity. The foreman car ries in his 'wuskif' pocket a diabolical bomb, while his valet carries in his hand a taper to immediately light the train of gun powder 011 the slightest alarm. And the Kditor— beneath liis clothes, the Editor wears a su...

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Cycle Notes [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Cycle Notes (Bv 'Wnrntiili.') A iiieeiiiiK of (lie cmmnitloe nf the Jjini worlli Bicycle Clnli w;is lickl at Nail's Cinn inerrisil liotel -111 Wednesday evening last, the following lieinj; present: — Messrs. B. \V. \Velister (chairman V- J- Mairiwin, 1'. JlcGiiiness, II. Mcllraitli, G. I'rice, K. ^-11111;; (captain), G. C nrUs (treasurer), and J). iMtil lins (secretary). Apologies Here receievd from .1. Mason and I1'. Morriss. After tlie minutes were read and correspondence re ceived it was decided to liolcl a social on tlie ni^lit of tlie 'Speedwell' HO-milo road race, 011 tlie JUst August. A vote of tlianks was passed to tlie following gentlemen for dona tions to tlie funds of tlie clnli: It. A. Stan field, Cl./l : 10. 11. Nail fcljl ; l'\ Morriss, 10/'li. After a vote of tlianlis was passed to tlio chairman for presiding the meeting rose. liiders are reminded that entries for the 10-mile on Wednesday, close with the secre tary, or any cycle agent; 011 Saturday, Gtli instant. Cons...

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A BIG SALE OF SUM AND WALLABY SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

A JUG KALE OF CR-U.Al AND WALLABY «KIXS. - AViachcombe, C.hboii and Cu\- l.td in. ' poit: — _ ^ * . k;!1:1!'. .u ;^'!l ')v s-k ins a i e : in „ gi-oa t : demand at tile hignest nuees on lecoul. 'llie louest 1 pi ico noil for tho smallest uallahy being a s-ulLiig, . oac.i Oi.orf iini:? skins: , cont i nuo ? in splendid deniaiid. i^ A'aluos for .riimpers 'and small iicio unchanirc I. Rcdi .-nd blues were about 2/ per. dozen .lower.,:- AVo sold 55:291 at miction to-day. ? Svdnev, August 3, 1910. Harrispiii Jones aiKUDevlIn, Ud., -report :— \\ heat.— Since pur;.last rei:(;r.t. -.values' ftnrc' steadily continued , to depreciate and wher-ts uMn, 1 ?? nneif^ have commanded o-isV® to 3/11 are now-being ofTered at 3/8 to J/8} without finding: buyers. Millers are not operating at present, and- the limits of ship ping buyers .offer no inducement .to the trans action -jF b\is]npi,5. Cureiit .qiiotatioiis lire nominally 3/3 for choice liar.il southern sam ples of E.A.Q. standard, ctlier descrip...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

SYDNEY. W ini-liL-imibe, Carson and Co., I.td., re rorl:— \Mie.it. — 8itice our l-.iKt rey.oi-t lhe market 'is eased a little, and to-da.v best milling N. it. .it is selling ui- to 3/10 nor bushel, while biMl -| 'Umk 's 1L'a'ls'n' from 3/0^ to. 3/8 per p.. P.-'^- — 'Iho market for these ' lias been ? *a,,1- well maintained, and prices are on a i »/- ' ''eek, best wliites realising and Algerians to 2/5 per bushel. f 2/8 j:er busliel has been realised best yellow for aoine time, and to i-r' 10 change to renort iu the coii !n' ,lf 'I'li'ket, white is selliii'- to 2/7, .l'(l weevilv from 2/1 ner busliel. ^ Uiiiir.— Prime samples of chair are, selling |..' ,' '1' j'''1' 1 be:ii!: paid for the '!/ ii.,' ''i 'a^u' lo -I/. and lneiliuni from 01 aur cu t. »,!l is til-Ill at 3/(1 per , V'' ll(:.st «-?-?«.'- i' small hales, other de «Ml. lni,s I,.„m 2/(i per ewt. wirli snr.plv coming I'or miil | ls '--1,!''s'|lt' l'»r better values riilim:, riM- f'''1 0/0 lo 7/0 i Mbileskins lrom -J/0 to 0/. A...

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

GUNNEDAH. Ilaeon and Co , report: — ? htore flieei) 'coiitlmio strong for all lines, eligible lots of -woolly wethers scarce, and in iu(|He.st.. Wethers off shears madily saleable W to 7/0, also cheap owes, nnd iiumeroiis^lot:; (?iuiiinui;; Ir.imls. Our sales tins week 7000 in lots. fatore eatLIc moving slowly, and business railiiiml tt- cheap lines of steers and young cuttle. Dairy heifers close to calving asked i»r, nut, scarce, uur sales lb.) neaa. I''nt stock buyers operating froely for both slirop and cattle, with paddock delivery, Our sides 222 fat bullocks and !-'2 fat sheep. Rums moving slowly. We have quitted -iumu ycod southern merinos to go to Queens land. Hnrsc's. — Private inquiries include farm snrLs, draughts, buggy pairs, hacks, sulky serfs and Monies. I'loj-i.ities in Gunnedah continue to at tract linviM-.-i ; we expect another party of \ a-lnriaiiii lo anivo shortly. Inquiries for In.rfio rfjei'ii station In New Kngland, pro VJ'i'ty of £1001) purchase or under IJuu...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

MARKET REPORTS. tamayorth. (Jamil- and Cousens report bavin;; ., hold, tlu-ir usual-. weekly ,s:ilu of fat and -; .store, stoi k on Thin sd.iy last. l':i t Cattle. — -A. -fair.-. yarding-. to., ar good ? atr. tendance of buyers.' : 'Jho (|uahty. was ;good. nil through; 1 »M ns_j thu host yarded, for some t:nii! being principally prime, bullocks,-, handy; weights, including:: a'- very nice consignment ?from Bertivo-Stat«m-im«km2-?to--.-£7/12A.v.-\W...i m Id : AornuntvBeetive Estato, 5 bullocks . at LT/I-, '- .il (.7/11, 5 .it C7, 5 at £ 7 , 5 at £7 \ i \\ . lindgera, Knq.j 7 aU\ers-nt.£t-A-'3 (small)l nt LI'lll', 1 licifei .it £r-/l-, 1 stoci .it CI/17. ^Iford. firm., 3 cows at- £M7, ? 3 t ,{..3/10 : Oiiiici, I tim mid - ilf at f2'10. Knt Sheep. — A good yarding but on account, nl several outside buvern hem jj-.prescnt^tho number forward was below 1 the demand/- mid la coasc'iuenco competition -was keen; through^;' out. and values fullv 1/ to-l/O-iii ndvance;of. last d-.iv's high rnt...

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AUCTION SALE OF PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

AUCTION SAUi OF PliODL'CIC. 1 Me feature of the produce auction sales this morning was the strong demand for choice quality wheaten chaii. The Mipnly forwarded was ituull, and .sellers experienced u:i difficulty iu securing hi^h values. Choice cuts moved off at 4/5 to -f./f) ; prime 3./11 to 4/1; good 3/!i to 3/8; medium 3/ to 3/4; in feri()i- at 2./:). I.ucerne did not meet with much support. Good quality in small bales brought trom 3/ to 3/4; medium from 2/ to 2/0; good large bales 2/7. .Medium lucerne ctiair changed hands at 3'J. Good oaton derrick straw went at 2/0 aud wheaten straw at 2//; Prime chiekwheat realised 3/10; me dium 31 to 3/5. Inferior ,sliinles.s hurley 2/(i. A purchaser ivas (ibtaiucd for -prime Algerian oats at 2/2J. Potatoes were i'ouiid hard to sell, and auctioneers had to bo content with a reduction of 10/ ner ton. Prime tubors 1™.'^ 'Vji lll° 'li''mor at u-,;5 to 0/9; good Curront quotations wore: — Maize.— Northern river, prime (In- yellow, 2/8; good, 2/7 ;...

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BREADSTUFFS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

I1HEADSTU1'M''S. SYDNKY, Thursday. , l'coplo 111 the wheat trade were not anxioua to purchase yesterday. Priyatn cable ad vices were that the London market generally was dopressetl, consequent 011 reports of bet ter weather in Europe and America. Steam er parcels were quoted at 30./, ami there did not appear tn be any inquiry for cargoes. Shippers were not prepared to' give more than 3/9 per bushel foi- parcels, and Id. lets for small lots. Sellers were willing to accept 3/10 and 3 1 ()\ . but very little businc^ was reported. Millers were sitting back, doing nothing. Flour remains very quiet, and ajv p.cars likely to continue so lor the present. Leading brands are quoted at £9/10/ per ton.

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"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. CHAPTER II. HOW UBIQUE ROBBED THE MORAN. VILLE COMPANY'S SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

'UBIQUE,' The Scientific Bushranger. . ... — : ? ? :o : ? 1)V - CLAUENCE AV MA1MIN ?/' Autliqr of . 'Tlie Hush Emblem/'-'' 'The Lust of Hale,' etc CHAPTER IT IIOAV.UI5IOUE BOBBED THE MOBGAN A'lLLE COMPANY'S SAFE. ?A pelting rain volleyed against the ver /?andali. of the Boval Hotel at Morganvnle, a roarmg^wiiid boomed upon tho iron roof; r minors, gust, oft shift, rushed to the shclt-r ./.of' tlio bar, -. where- -thev spcedilv forgot their vvoutor soaking bv the application of li(|iud inwardly. ? Steele strolled the length of the balconv, I stopping now audi again to peer into the blinding rain, to search for a figure that i'c had expected to-, see hours before. , 'Evidently afraid of gotting wet,'.' lie mut i teiod,, angrily. 'After all, ln.s information may piove rainless. Any way, ho ought to .bo hero soon.' ? . A if in answei'to his linitteicd ej.uuh tion, 'a li^ure of a tall man uoased the street .and entered- the door. ? v. *'Soi ry- -I- am-, late,'' apologised tlio ma l ; 'bu...

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A HUMAN OSTRICH! [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

A HUMAN OSTRICH! It is reported from America that, n man I diod tlioro recently under the most startling conditions. This poor, misguided follow used to wager that ho would swallow nails, chains, and similar articles. In an attempt to save tho man's life, tlio doctors removed from his stomach a watoli chain, sovoral keys, and a number of iron nails 1 No wonder' the poor follow died, for such things aro not food, nor arc they such wasto as can hu naturally expelled I . And every tiling you put- into your stomach must oither feed or nourish you, or bo ex celled, as waste, by the bowls. In other words, .it must .'be thoroughly digested, or you will be 'sure to suffer and, in tbe end, to die 1 But if your stomach is out of Order, oven plain wholesome food docs not digest as it- should. , Then, instead of ' nourishing you, it actually poisons you and clogs your system. -v- ' ' This is the cause of pains nftor eating: headaches; bilious attacks, constipation, sleeplessness, rheumatic trou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

gp^iasg^l ProuiS9s '' , . ??» . Uultons in assorted iCuniiicls and Turquoise, Keel, rmF*Wgss&: Ml m mh Wtl ji v\ As illustrated, m J^SSF/ \\| with case, |te^=$ I &/& ?US- ??'? /^RV /*.-/ Postaf/o, Oil. extr& to m. Wvr) imJi l» °'y''°', :w i/J w. j. proud, lgS$/ ' ** vfjy/ 0!^ J0 Jewellers and Gem '?'?? i. Merchants, Nctir Kuik Ht„ SYDNIiYt llaltujj Giutlen, Louduu, % HARCOURT'S'Hats _ jyiM0 (\ are designed and ninnufacfcuvcd in models ^ral /4§) to suit the taste ol' 'Every Man,' from tlie 111 J vt 'Young M.'llmi-,'' ivlio Avants n dash ol' I /\Za originality, to his 'Elders,' who prefer J zT^SFv*i quiet dignity ol: style. Jim HARCO CJRT'S v* The Largest Importer of Men's Hats North - oi: Sydney, MEN'S WEAR EMPORIUM, Tamworth and Manilla. ' ' - ''? ??:.- ' ; '? ' Tamworth Livery and Bait Stables. OPPOSITE FIELDER'S MILL. BEST Of FEED AND FIRST CLASS GROOM. GOOD STABLING. HORSES AND TRAPS FOR HIRE OR FOR , SALE. F. J. POTTH Painter, Paperhanger, and Dec...

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