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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

Hands Covered with ^ Eczema. - ORDINARY TIUCATM.ENT PROYKS USE LKSS. KlYJO YIOAIty MfSKRY BNDBO--IJY ZAM .' ,1UK- ' - 'Ki i live yearn I r.nlferod with oczoma on liotll iu\ hands,' says Mrs. S. A. Moore, of , . Ruthveu -street, Toowoontba, Q. 'I found ; ? it most inconvenient to bo thus nllii-tcii, ? o»l ccinllv ' on tvnshing days, when tlavroan and. t'oda used to cause me great i .? ' ' miffurmg. Tho soreness (and itching irrita tion bacame so unhparable at laBt that I had to fiigago a girl to do mv hoiispworl;. I con f.ultcd a chem'st, but his treatment did me no good. I also went to a doctor, who pre scribed medicine and ointments, and, al though I- followed his instructions consciVntw iously, my hands still remained bad. My. mother strongly advised nw to try Zam Bulc. and happening to read where a la.I.v 1 i,d been cured of n bad case of eczema by Zam Btik, I made up my mind to test this haltn. The l'ehef I derived from the lirst few appli cat'ons was very comforting, and after ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

RURAL SIFTINGS. (R.v .'Qiihnda.') .. .l!u these; -niyV notes, your sludy- aiul delight, ?/Road them 4iy day nnd- med'tate bv night.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Football OUR BOYS v. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

Football 'OUR BOYS v. NORTH. ' ' (Hy '?Hallev.') ' A gou.d deal of interest u-»s evinced in tho second -£radu iilatoli^'Our Hoys v. North Tani ivorth, ? played at on Saturday Inst.. A jirent munliLM* of spectators, including mam* ladies, ar.semhlod to witness tho stru^ido and olu'^r t'lieir invoritos to victory. Tito crowd was roiiHirsr'eat of tlio days when tho wearers of tho old ma^pio jackets ivoiv a power in tlio land, lmt contrary to expectations tho play was cf not such an order as mi»rht have'heen icasonaoiy rxpoeieti iront tlteso two teams, [ and w;).s mostly of a scrambling nature. Our Hoys kicked eff, hut North (juickly returned and sunn had their opponents in trouble, and kept them mostly so- throughout tlie first half. Four ''fives,'' hi quirk .succession, were jiiven against tho locals for infringing tho rules of ''lunger,' and although in y,ood posi tions Patterson failed to land the hall over the bar. Then IVrrv snapped u»- in the loose and put :n a fine I'ttn and wou...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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LONDON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

LONDON LETTER. (From our correspondent. 1 Since the (Jth ol May l.ondou has been iu ?a general state of. mourning and gloom I through the death and burial of the univers ally esteemed and beloved King K.-litard. Tlio, i recession from lluckinghnin Palace! to AVestniinster llall, tho l-ving-in-State, and , lastly the fun'cre.! prc;\:.ssinn 'which took place last I'ritluy, have been the onlv tonic d.sciissed. 'Ihe advent of nine kings and ii| large number of princes and representative;; of Europe, Asia, Africa, .America and Aus-, tralin to be present nt the last journey of . the late King through London made quite an epoch in. one's life, and everyone made an effort to witness such an important oc casion. , The firing of gnus and the sad pealing of bells, thc strains of funeral inarch, with the streets draped with mourning and j laurel j wreaths, announced the sad event that 'the King's funeral procession bad started. Any scene more imposing and magnificent and- yet so mournful and sa...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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NO-LICENSE DECREASES THE CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

- NO-LICENSE DECREASES THE CON SUMPTION OF TjlOUOR . . (To tlio editor.) ?'Sjiry^-As p.to no-licer.se -movement advances one after another of the liquor party's argu ments have to be given up. For years that party boasted that despite no-license the drink bill of various countries increased. Even notv where tho public are ignorant, this arguniont is used. But in- Now Zealand since the big no-license victory in 1903, there lias been a., decided decrease in the drink lull tor -the; Dominion. And in America where at the present time over -10,000,000 people live under no-license thero has been a steady fall in tho consumption of liquor. The fol lowing clipping'from 'Grit' is instructive: 'Tho parrot cry of 'Prohibition does not prohibjt' was often declared to be a fact, because the general drink bill of the United States showed an upward tendency, lending color to tho absurd statement that more liquor was sold tinder 'prohibition than un der license. Side by s'do, however, with the rece...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH, CURRABUBULA. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. ? ,:o: — : — - [Wc do not occessani}* endorse thc opinion# of our correspondent*.] ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH, CURRA BUBULA. (To the editor.) Sir, — Regarding the letter which appeared 'n your issue of June 24, under the above heading, I decline the honour of being drawn into a discussion with 'AYt .Smith,' of Cur rab'ibula. I must, however, remind him that I am vicar of the parish in which Currabubu la- is, and responsible for; all matters relative to the Church of England therein1. In spite of the would-be 'admonitions contained in - his letter, I intend to persist in doing my duty, and taking an interest in the Currabnbnla district -as heretofore: nor shall I delegate either duty or responsibility to an irresponsible person. I havo just re turned from that district, and find that no one there authorised AV. Smith to write to the public papers oil their behalf, much 'less re r reseii t them as 'ail aggrieved people.' Yours,, etc., . AVM. .1. GERRAR1), Vicar of Tamworth A...

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CONVICTS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

CONVICTS KILLED. Eight convicts who escaped from a Russian prison were pursued, and seven were killed, also 11 warder.

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DROPPED DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

DROPPED DEAD. ; j During a speech in tho Deputies at Rome, j Signer Muzza, a Republican, dropped dead.

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOMEBUSH SALES. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. IIOMEBUSH SALES. flJv wiro.\ SYDNKY. FrifW. bhcop. — 12,11)1 »i(emied. Values were 1/, to 2/ higher. Wethers 9/6 to 21/, owes 4/ to 18/2, lambs to 14/-1. Cattle. — 1780 yarded; prime firm, others weaker; best beef 23/; bullocks £3 to £9/15, cows £2 to £7/10. '

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SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

SUSSEX-STREET SALES. At thu auction sales at Redforn, potatoes increased another 15/ ; clioico realised 8 J to 8/1, primo G/G to 7/7, good 5/2 to G/3, med ium 3 j to 4/1. Competition for all forage lines was animated with the exception of lucerne hay. Chaff advanced 0/8 per ton, pumpkins 2/, choice chaff 4/4 to 4/(1, llrilm' 3/9 to I/, medium 3/1 to 3/8, good lucerne hay in small lmleK 3/4, medium lnnro balni £/8 to 2/10, inferior 2/2 to 2/5, inferior lucer ne chaff 2/0. Northern Sales. — Lucerne hay: A. Carditis, Nemingha, 2/8; R. H. Suttor, 2.'2; Ross, Tamworth, 3/4; R. Lnidlaw, Moonhi, 2/5; J. Sago, 2/10 per civt; barloy 3/ to 3/3, wheat 3/7. ?

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

TENNIS. (By 'Racquet.') 'ihb following /games have been played off ; in the captaincy: — First Round. McCoy v. Do Lon-d) (5-2 1-G 0-3 G-4. G. -I'almer v. Wikner G-2 G-2 G-5. Dr. Stanley v. Scott G-l G-l 1-G 2-0 0-1. t Second Round. Halliday v. Stevenson 0-1 G-l G-5. McCoy was in very goo it form and did well to beat Do Lough. Tho match between 1 Dr. Stanley and Scott was very evenly con tested until the fifth sot when Dr. Stanley ran away from his opponent by beating liiin 1 0-1. Halliday again played a very fine game and must be ranked among th0 best single players in the club. Wikner has not yet struck form which accounts for his easy de feat by Palmer. In tho mixed doubles, the following match- : es were played : — - Tioathley and Miss 0. Couseiis v. F. Hal- - liday and Miss Piper, 70-58. G. Palmer and Miss V. Harris v. Reed and Miss Evans, 70-05. Scott and Miss E. Harris v. E. J. Halli day, jun., and Mrs. Av, E. Thomas, 70-62. ? Shepherd and Vernon will play off in the first rou...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

HELD OVER. ? I Several .'items of news ana unavoidably. H held over this issue, including letters to the H Editor, district news, etc., H

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AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

AORTCIILTURAL ASSOCIATION. At tho . annual meeting pf tlio abovo as sociation tho president declared, as the ro sult of a ballot conducted on Thursdtv nigti. by the - scrutineers, the following gentle men were elected as tho committee for the en suing year:— A. Fisher, 49 votes, A. Mathe son 49, W. G. Cliaffey 48, W. McLeunon 48, C. J. Britten, sen., 47, M.~J. Connors 4'. ? S. Forge -17, G. B. G. King 47, W. 51 Wilson 46, E. B. Backhouse 45, C. I»B«J' 45, F. J. McMalion 45, G. H. Wiseman Ad, A. Thibault 42, E. II. G. King 41, A Cardnlo 40, J. Mal.ony 40, W. 37, It. E. Proctor 37, G. Nankervis ?«', Loder 35, AY. F. Studio 35, l'\ P- Couseiis 33, G. A. Codrington 31. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

BABY'S LITTLE TROUBLES. B I'.Mhy's cough, if not attended to, H results in croup and other serious troume.. Alwavs keep a bottle of Dr. Sheldon s IA Discovery handy, nnd bo prepared. ''Vu.v ?, bottle guaranteed. ' Prico, Is. fid. and ? W Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman s 1 liar M 1)1 SIC v.* ? Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. §? for Couchs and Colds, never fails. !/'?

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE PAPER MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our Correspondent). THIO PAPER , MOXKY. IJtr. Fisher's statements to tlie press respecting the intended issue nf paper money would lead to -the eon . elusion that there is' very little divergence between his views and theirs. That, however, would be a mistake. The bankers, as loyal citizens, ale prepared to submit to lawfully enacted laws whatever they may. bo, even though thev are thereby subjected to heavy I and unmerited penality and to much incon venience. It is absurd, however, to suppose tliat they have abandoned the sound prin ciples en which the business of banking is lmilt, or that they can possibly approve of proposals which run directly counter to them. Information Respecting tho Government scheme as vet, is very meagre. Mr. Fisher, however, has stated that it is intended to tax tlii! present issue of bank notes out of existence by increasing tlie impost on them. This course will mean that the hanks will be compelled to retire their notes. This is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

Hard to Bear. ' ' When tlio barli nclioi and pains so badly ? that yen can't work, can't rest,, can't uat, can't s!oi'i-, it's hard to bear. ' Thousands of , acliinn backs have been relieved nnd cured. if People are learning tliat 1 clcarhu pains come )(?'??? from wonk kidneys, lilt Bonn's lineUaclie .'?- ' Kidney Pills cure every kidney ill, ciire hind is?,. dcr troubles, gravel, stone, dropsy. Mend ' this testimony to tlio merit of tlio greatest .- of kidney specifies; : Mrs. .John Hrad.v, Marins-slreet, ? Tani :/ ' north, says: — 'I had a troublesome pnin in f?; ? my back, which caused me a great deal of !, inconvenience; I never knew the reason why I waa so. afflicted. One day I saw an advertisement about. Doim's ITacknehe Ivid . 11 ey Pil's, and lis seemed to explain my case ..so well that I [jot a box of tho pills at i Pullman's Pharmacy, and I was soon -|uite ? free 'of nil mv pains. I nm very glad, to be ]'?; free. of backache, for there was not only the constant ache, but t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

Return Thanks. MR. and MRS. GEORGE ALLEN desire to return their sincere thanks to all friends, for their kindness, sympathy, and floral tributes during their recent sad be- reavement.

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DEATH OF MRS. JOHN SCHOFIELD. ONE OF NUNDLE'S OLDEST RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

DEATH OF MRS. JOHN   SCHOFIELD.   ONE OF NUNDLE'S OLDEST RESIDENTS.   The news reached town yesterday morn- ing of the death of Mrs. John Schofield, an old resident of Nundle, and a lady who was not only held in the highest regard in that locality, but in other parts of the Tamworth district where she was known. She was a kindly soul — one of those genuine, upright people it is good to meet. Nundle loses a worthy resident, and many are the words of regret now spoken. The death was rather sudden. On Wed-   nesday morning she sustained a seizure, and Dr. Stanley, of Tamworth, was communicat- ed with. The doctor proceeded to Nundle and attended to the sufferer, but human aid was unavailing, for she died, as stated on Thursday morning. Her age was 67 years. The late Mrs. Schofield was born in Eng- land, and travelled to Australia when quite a young woman. She came to Nundle, which was then an active mining town, and sub- sequently Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

ONE THING AVANTED. . 'There is just one thing wanted to com plete our happiness,' said a husband the oth er day, 'and that is the arrival of His Maj esty,- the Baby.' In many lionies tho littW King does not make his appearance, much to the regret of both parents. In such cases womenfolk should write to Dept. T, Ladies' College of Health, 177 Liverpool-street, Syd ney. If 2d is enclosed with their letter, they will receive by return post a book telling how Motherhood has been made possible in thous ands of such cases. Don't think your case an. exceptional one. If you are in earnest writo to the College to-day. You will bo all the happier for the information' and advice given. - For Bronchial Coughs tako AVoods' 'Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6,* To prevent dry, thin and falling hair, remove dandruff, allay itch ing and .irritation and promote the growth and beauty of the hair, frequent shampoos with ' And occasional;, dressings, with Cuticura are usually effective , ?? when all other . me...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910

In Memoriam. SPILLER.— In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Elizabeth Annie, who died July 3rd, 1905. "Gone but not forgotten." Inserted by her father, mother, brother, and sisters. HOSPITAL BALL C'OMMITTEE will meet Tuesday, 3.30 p.m., Mechanics' Institute. A. L. RILEY, Hon. Sec.

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