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

The Rainfall. -From I) a.m. luesilay lo U a.m. Wednes day.' .- , Points. : . Arniidalo . . . . .. .. ...... .. 10 ? ? Bnrriibn . 15 . Dendumeti 25 Bingara ? . . ? . . . .' ? 22 ? Bogg.ibrt ? 13 Helen - ? ?....- ? 20 . Glen Inncs ? * ? ? 30 Goidbuiii ? ? 3 Guiinednh . . ' ? 21 Manilla ? ..- 18 I Millie ? ? , ' . 8 Muugiudi .. 13. Muswellbiook ? 2 Mogil Mogil ? (, I Nnrinbn 1 ig Nowcnstlo ? 10 Nundlo 21 Singleton ? 7: i. . 1 i 0 Svdnov ? - ? * G ? ? Tnniwoi lb ? .. . .. vj - 'ieiiterficld ? -.. n ?: Quiiineli ? '. ? , .. .. ?. 28 Win mid i ? T (j West Mnitlnml ? \ 7 ? -.5 otmnn ? r ? 5 Tnniw-orth^rninfnll 'from -1st .'Jnniinrv, ^2182 points

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

DURI NEWS (From- a corrospoiuloiit.) / iiaro iiiivc.T-A ;hnro di^ivc uiidor tho aus picos-/ of :tho, .Dm t GVm Club, took plncc on Alondaj,'. August 1st, mid proved uiuloninbly a splpndid (In.v s outing, both fiuniionllv mid from- a sporting point of view. 'Notwith standing, tliu molomojit statu of the weather, over oU shooters put in an anpcarance- A I stai t was made from tlio post oflice, audi a good deal of country was traversed- No I -strict account was kept of all the hares tfhot, but nearly 200 pairs were despatched to CrnnncdaJi for freezing . purposes- Mrs F Studte Kindly provided tho sportsmen with lunch. It may be mentioned that tho gun club is now on a verv financial basis Mooting. — A well-attended meeting under tlio presidency of Mr. Geo_ Bielefeld, was lecentl.V' hold at the public school, relative to holding tho annual school pienie. It was i unanimously agreed uuon that the picnic be | held on Saturday, September 17th. I learn i also that, a social .in aid of the pu...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Sale of Duri Allotments. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Sale of Duri Allotments. Mr.' I{. M. Galloway, for the Crown Lands' Agent,' coiieluctcMl a sale of Duri allotments at- Taniworth Lands Oflice on Wednesday. 'Jho lollowing were sold: — Allotment 5, section 1, H. I(. N. AVare,' Alio. . - Allotment s, section 2, Jlarv Jane Jlof rat, .C1G , 'Allotiuout 2, section . 2, Marv Jnne. Jlof Fat, £12. Allotment 3 .section 2, . Jlarv . Jane Mof Fat, X!12. , Allotment *1, section 2,' T.' N. AVare; -£13 ' Allotment 5, section 2, I. IV. Ware, £17 Allotment 6, section^, Boris Isabella ''Ware £15. Allotment ,7, section 2,:. iilorbort Goodinij bnm, .CIO. Allotment' b, section 2,- W. J.* C'aliill, £10 ; ? Allotment 1), soction 2, b'arah A: 11 'Pavn'e - flO Aljotinent 10, section' 2,.'F. W. . Moffatt, £M/V. Allotment 1G, section 1, Belitli I btudte, £0. - Allotment 17, section I, Kdith I. Studte, £0 ^Alleilmont 18, ; section. ?!, ICditli- J: Studte, Allotment 1!I, section -I, Ulsie-M. SStudte, : Allotment' 20, : section. ?!, KIsio Al- . Studte '.'0 . Al...

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MONTHLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

M0NTHLY WEATHER REPORT. AVealhcr conditions during the month of Jul\, VJ10 — r.'.Blu mg i tbo :-montli just '.ended, : unsettled conditions , predominated over the .southern JialF and m pints oF cential distnct-s or the State, due to - the influence of portion or an Antarctic low pressure belt. -'Jho highs pur sued tbe-r noininl winter tiack over the cen tial parts of the continent. « - ? ?Three, storms passed over New - boutli . Wales I resulting in 'general..; rams; but their opera- | tions woie confined chiefly lo southern pnrts. i ? .Slight monsoonal v. tendencies, ? : at' various times, wolo le.sponsible For somo northern bolder tains, which, however, was mostly light - ''Iho Uiverjna Mind- .Western .-.Slopes experi-; encc-d very persistent, Falls indeed,' on liearlv every day oF the month. ' ' ; . '1 lie- most pronounced feature;' however, in; .connection with the month s -weather was f/io development oF a severe cyclonic storm on liiio-coaston tho 17tb (Sundnv), ivliich, afte...

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

NF.W L I0ASF, I'XVIt WIOAK liUNGS. Dr. .Sheldon's New Discovery lor Coughs and Colds cures influeiiKa and all lung trou bles. 1/0 and !1/-. Obtainable at. nil stores aud I'ullinau's I'linniiiicy.*

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

COURSING. A successful inectmg under the auspices of tlio. Gunnedah Coursing Club took' place - at Giitinihle: :on bntui'dav afteriiooii- 'Iho' fol lowing aro the results: — - - . - All-ai£ed Stakes. ^ - Full Moon beat Blue Bnnd ' . No. 13 beat Blue Cloth. . -Old Sudor bent Antonius r ' , ... Golden. bliopcr ? bcat-''.ltninUmsrJack.°- -???r'/f':'. '? - First 'lies. - : : -No. ,13 beat 1- nil Moon, nFtor .nn.undecieled. Golden .Slipper bent Old Snilor.' - -- . *-? F'lilnl. 1 ? ; C. Woodliouse'sv.blc el .No. 13,' ; Braeldon's Blot-rt-Ijanolmo and W. D. : Clarke's bk el Gol den ; Slipper- divided, .i -iiFtei' '.v.'an ;? undecided course... ? . ?: ... ? Betting ; 2 to: 1: cm Golden .Slipper, evens No 13 Novice Stakes, lleatjien bent Guttn l'erchn. North King bent Fizzle. Little Zoe beat Lager Boer. Lion Chaser beat Zveler Zeo. ? : .'.. First Ties. Heathen beat North lving. Little Zoo beat Lion Chaser. Final. ? ? .-?... | C. Woodhouse s blk w el Heathen, 18 Carat I — Half Caste deFontcd ...

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HEROIC NARRATIVE OF A PRISONER OF THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

llliROIC MAHHATIVB OF A PBI.SON1CR OF TIIH T1DI5. Imprisoned uprigiit in the sea bv -a Fallon cranc, with the tide slowly rising till it Was n loot over Ins head, and then loscued by tbe .boio.c; dockniastor of Workington and 'brought' back: to consciousness, Stephen John stone was in clanger suffering From acute oroni'liilis nnd apparently tlio injuries caused iu the Tall (savs tho 'Dailv ftlail '). His reseller Qua vie, who in his clothes dived at once, to ascertain how the Fallen I'rane held the victim, said that Johnstone, though ho bud the I roe use ol Irs arms, made uo struggle. Ho bad - mvoluiitarilv stretched hiinsolf to his full height the moment he en tered tho water. When Quavle came to the surlaee a^nin Johnstone looked hi ill squarely m the face and asked cjicetlv. 'Is the tide coming iu or out.'' Quavles replv was, ?'llie tide is eronimg in.' 'llien,' said ?Jolniitcuo again qutetlv, but with a stocism and nil ail- lit resignation that made tears well out of the eves ot...

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

SGHUTE,BELL&DO. LIMITED A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brokers. Each licad of tho Company directly controls a department of the business, anil pves personal attention to disposal of ail consignmcuts. Tho Company sells only WOOL and PRODUCE, so tl c whole time and I attention of Directors and Staff nro concentrated on securing entiro satis*'' faction to consignors of these lines. Call awJ see them when next in town, Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney,

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CALENDAR—1910. AUGUST—XXXI DAYS. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

CALENDAR— 1910. AUtsUST-.WXl DAYS. I'll ASKti Ul' Till; MOON. New Moon ? ? oili. 'I..}/ p.m.' i First Quarter ? ........ KJlh. 1:2.1 p in. | Full Moon ? ? I l-a in. - Ust Quarter ? ...???v2ijtly Ii! ,'l.i u;in. ; S'L' lU'.M AUKAI'.I.K TiVUNTS j ={5 1=5 S-~ SX ap ' Y' jr. fO -' 7 '^ - ^ ~ | ? -- v , I- | n.iii p.m. I M 183 U 3 4 1-2 -IS '.Til - ' li 475 15. 4 11# 1 -10 3|\V -1 471,1 10 !i l'J 2 in ?jiTIi ? ... . ' 8 46.5 10 « 10 3 -US (i;K - (i 43 5 17 7 4 4 53 OS ; ;r ' - 0.435 IS 7 44 (- 0 7 S lltli Simihiynf. Trin. 0 42 5 14)j S H). 7 '.1 s ji ? . o n .5 20 s in! s .1 fllTu . 0 40 5 20 0 15 !l 2 10 w ? 1 , 0 an 5 21 '.) 42 !) 58 11 Tli ' 0 38 5 22; III 8 10 51 1» K 0 37 5 1 0 .'15! II f-0 ];) S 0 30 5 2.-I1I 5' 11. in. 1-flS I2lli Sumhty'af. Trin. 0 30 5 21 II 4!) 12 40 15 M - : G 35 5 24 p.m. 1 43 ] 6 Til -. v . 0 315 25 1 2 2 3!) 17 IV 0 335 25 1 53 3 30 18 Th 8 325 20 2 51 4 30 10 1? ' ' 0 31 5 2b 3 51 5 10 20 S G 3D 5 27 4 59 0 2 21 S tilth Sunday uf.Tihi. G 28 5 2S G 0 0 40 2...

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

California Syrup of Figs ? is a safe and reliable ; laxative, of proven and established value. It does not purge or gripe, but ? gently and soothingly cleanses the system, cor rects torpidity, gives tone to the sluggish organs, and promotes regular activity of the bowels. Pleasant in taste, in action and effect, the children as well as adults relish and unquestionably benefit by this truly whole some laxative. Moreover, the good it does is permanent. Remember to ask for £*a®pi& laiwB 'NATURE'S PLEASANT LAXATIVE.' I Of all Chemists, in two isi::cs. i RoniscJh Pianos. ; 8olo Atfenta— I Paling's. These fine Pianos commend themselves I to the art- j istic buyer I New Models. New Designs. ! New Scales. Price consis tent with grade. Old Pianos t%X«n I In eiehan^e.': Ctttalotfuoi fra*. ? Solo Aifonta j Paling's 338 Gaorge St. | 61 Sydney ; Stove Wood ! TUB N I0W VAliD.S, . Corner Peel and O'Coiincll Streets, TAMWORTH. THE nbovo Yards liavo been started, and orders are being receive...

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Confirmation of the Prince of Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Confirmation of the Prince of Wales. Tho 'Daily Mail' of June 28, says: — The l'rincc of Wales was continued in tho private chapel at Windsor. Castle yesterday afternoon, and all who were privileged to bo present carried awnv with tlieni the memory of having witnessed a verv beautiful cere mony. the young Prince,- in his naval cadet uniform, was a inaiilv figure as ho stood alone .'Facing tho .-Archbishop of Cniiterbui'V. liis modest but- unpoi turbed demeanour made a deep impression oil all present. At half-past three o'clock, the King and i ^ueon, Oiieon Alexandra,, the Fnipress Mario .u'eoelorovnn*' of Russia; and the other liieni lers of the lloval 1' nmilv were:: conducted to ilieir sents in the chnpul bv. the Lord- Cliiim- i lerliuii. si - rile King and Queen were , seated, on - tl . »?' i -iglit side of the' chapel, '.having on: tboir light Prince Albert and .Princess MaryT . . Queen Alexandra aiid 'tlie lOiiipi'e;;s- i\lai'ic Fcodorovna were seated on the loft sielo of tho c...

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

-VX'LJCIJ. — A Ho.v for the Shoo. Applv, YV H. A. PUNCH, Chemist.' 'Y\7 AM 1 D . — Good Plain Cook. Wages 12/ Mrs. Kit I'll). HYSON, Kailwav Hotel, Moonbi. VS7 ANTED. — Youth with 1 year's cxper t* icnce for Grocery Department; also Hoy as beginner for Draperv Department. Charles Began, Ltd. AXTKI) IK)Y~ta~SU,ck an.rStathm Business. Apply, WAIIK, niiOliGli TON it CO., 'Observer' Chain hers, Tani worth. jjTUiUIT TKKKS, \'INi:s7lTo.SKS~T,7^ile 1 at UUKHN'K llook Arcade. S^OI{ SALK. — Sulky and Harness, in fair order, cheap. Apply this office. LOST, ROLL OK MUSIC ill Leather Case, name on case,' MISS P1IELAN. Re turn to this oflice. !OST on Tuesday afternoon, either in -J Peel «:? Kitzroy streets, a pearl and tonpioise car-ring. Reward this otfice. T OST iu Fifteen MinuLes a Splitting Head J-i ache, after taking Sexty's Headacho Curo. T OST LEATJHCH HAND BAG containing i.J Gold Cable Bmude and a kev. lie ward. G. and W. TIliHAULT, West Tani worth. I^AKLY 1)00 It TICKETS (Gallery) Ilosp...

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

Arm Ripped Open by Barbed Wire. 1,1X111 SAVliD 15 Y ZAM-llUK. Hero ia nnoUicr .striking exiimiilo (if tlio wisdom of nlwn.vs ki'i'jiiiiy liniid.v 11 pot -il Znin-Muk for the ncnidpiiln that will linppen. Jinny iioimda would lie saved in doctors' bills if Zam-liuk wn.s promptly applied in all cases of mils, minis, scalds, hnitKi's and scrntcnus. Sir. AV. Hrouncr, residing at 88 South ]timd, Cavorshain, Ihiiiodiii, was saved from much sulforiiu:, nnd may lie a ^serious opera tion, by lliis timely use of Zam-liu!;. .Mr. Urennor says: — 'Somu numUis ;iuc- I Ir.ul tho misfortune to rip open inv anil with bar bed wire. The wound was about four innhes long and three-sixteenths of an inch deep, nnd I suffered intense pain. The wire beinji old nnd nistv caused the wound to Ik-come inflamed and fester; the pain was so bad that I was compelled to hold my arm in one posi tion, and I knew that unless some reliable romed.v was promptly applied it was (|iiiti- possible I should be laid up by 11 pa...

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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.} WITH STRAY COMMENTS. '''ken Hill Municipal Council determined lo ti,\ and increase its revenue by going into the ? ? picture business. \\ lien the season had completed one week, the balance-sheet showed a clear profit of lotii iLPM-jx'iicis ; wncrunixm tlio aklonnoii con c I licit -1 that, they were certainly not a suc cess lis theatrical managers, and the picture business was dropped. 'I he Church of England ball at Gilgandra, gave a profit of £:«, and a similar affair at Gulai gnmbone yielded ,C2-j. Clearly tlie church folk up that way are not so sensitive in the matter of dancing -is; tlie.v are in some parts of tho State— Lithgow, for instance. ? . ? ? ? ? Mi . AY. K. Rovds, tlie well-known pastor ?ihst and racehorse 'owner, of Hraidwood, died last week of paralysis, a 'eil til t\ears. ' He was considered 0110 of the best judges of blood stock iu il:e Stato and ofton judgeJ for the lio.val Agriculturil Society AVilh Tricolor, he won the Sydn...

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A Recreation Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

A Recreation. Ground Mr. I,ovion, M.L.A., has receiyed the fol lowing communication from tho Department of Lands, dated Sydney, 20th July, 1910:— In reply to your personal enquiry on the subject of the lamwortli show, recreation and auuetic sports gvouiul, I am -directed l-y tlie Minister for Lands to inform you that, as the purposes of tho present dedication liavo par tially foiled, -viz., in the use of the land ns a show ground, it will be' necessary to revoke tho existing-dedication and grant, and to re dedicato an area for public recreation and athletic sports. It has accordingly been de cided to take the necessary steps to revoke the existing dedication and grant of 17 acres 2 roods 3 perches for show, recreation and athletic sports ground, and ro-dedicate the reduced area of 14 acres 2 roods 30 perches for public rcereatioir and athletic sports. I am to explain that the effect of the re vocation of the existing dedication and grant will bo to cancel the present trust, and that...

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

A MYSTKHIOUS KVHNT. Many physuMiuu; uoom to think it a invs erious event whim their patients— whom Uiey oannot euro — nvo (juiekly relieved inu\ lestored to health by ])r. Sheldon's New Discovery foi' Coughs aud Colds; hut there is nothing mysterious about it. Dr. Nhel uuu s inn discovery represents the latest Knowledge of the day in the practice of tlie science of healing, and does not follow any ot the /»ld-fashioned methods of tlie materia medica. It goes right to the point 01 infection in all cases of throat and lung trouble, nnd by means that are all its own dnves out tho disease and lieals the njfoct ed parts, l/'j and !*/-. Obtainable ut nil L'u.lij'iun'a lMmrnuiey,*

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

MUSICAL NOTES. (l!y 'Pitchfork. ') 1 Now we are going t;i have some music! j W'lliin a lew days of' each other, the two local choirs are to meet in friendly rivalry, and there is no reason whatever why such rivalry should not, ultimately, be productive of much musical good. I will have more to sav of this anon. Some would say, no doubt, thai it is a groat mistake to hold tho concerts so eloso together, but, as I previously remarked, there has been a dearth of local concerts so far this seiison, and now that our two local bodies are rising to the occas-on, so to speak, I see. 110 reason why' bath should not meet with adequate support, if only for the .sake of instituting cr-inoarisons, which, though odious, aro inevitable. At all events, I wish good luck to both, aud it only remains with those who call themselves musical in Tain worth to attend both concerts and (:f they chooso), institute the aforesaid comparisons, provided tliev do not do so too forcibly. Librettists of the present...

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Money Saved is Money Gained. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Money Saved is Money Grained. It is tho sum total of small economics and savings effected in all businesses which trans forms a moderately paving business into a really good paying business, it ml also it ii, the neglect to watch these small economics and, savings which prevents some businesses from making any progress at all. We there fore have pleasure iu bringing under tho liot'cc ol all companies and linns using power, the- merits of the Ihfatt. Holler Hearings and also the Hyatt Holler Car Hearings for Main Tubs, Trucks, Cranes, Trolleys, and all work involving heavy duty at slow speed. The saving iu power efleeled by equipping fac tories with these Hyatt Holler Hearings is very considerable land we will bo pleased to send prices and particulars to anybody who 's interested. A\e also supply shafting, pul leys, belting, piping, and engineers' supplies of all kinds, and undertake all general en gineering work. Waugh Josephson, 312 Sussex-street, Sydney, Boilermakers and Contracto...

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The Pirate Queen. BROUGHT CAPTIVE IN A CAGE TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

The Pirate Queen. JiKOUGUT CAPTIVE IN A CAGE TO 1'TlAXCli. In the steamer Ainiral Polity there arrived at Marseilles, with a party ' of thirty-four Anamite pirates and malefactors, a remark able woman, one. of the wives of the redoubt able pirate Do Tham, who has given the I'VencJi so much trouble in Tmln-Cl-mn Co-Ba, as the woman pirate is called, ex ercised a dominating influence! over the pirate king and his followers, a power she evoji pre served throughout tlio voyage, which the prisoners made in a specially constructed iron cage built amidships. 1 lie other prisoners on receiving their rations immediately hand ed them to Co-Ba for distribution, and she laid down iron regulations for the prisoners' life on board. Her word was always scrupu lously respected. Co-Ba, a small, hard-faced woman of about thirty, enjoyed the reputation of a witch among tho pirates, and slio ferociously hated the white men. When the prisoners landed it was she who inarched proudly at their head, taking...

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

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. LIVERPOOL PLAINS AUXILIARY. Dapat ? GREEN & CO/S.. PEEL-STREET. BIBLES, TESTAMENTS and PORTIONS in »I1 l»i!«u«Kor *«(] ,tyi«- Cunt Prio*. IMHMD SCALPS Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applica tions of Cuticura to the hair roots clcar the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, allay itching and irritation, destroy microscopic life, soften the scalp skin, stimu late the hair glands and promote hair growth. -, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have bocome the world's favourites for the skin, scalp, hair and hands. f-otd throughout the Dppots: T.ondon.2t, Cnarlcrhousc Sq.: I'nrir.. U, J*uc«lc la Pnix; Au«ra. lin. R. Tinvns h Co.. Sydney; India, Ji. K. PntA f'alcutta; China. Hunt; Kong Drus Co.: Janaa, ? Marilyn, Ltd.. Tofclo, Uti.srln. Fcrrrln. Moscow) 6c Africa, l.cnncn. Cftpo Town, ctc.; U.S A,, Toiler £-rus & Clicu. Chp-j Solo Propa^ liosto# Billiards. Aif, ('Boko') Thompson WISHES to notify the public of Tamworth...

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