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1911 EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

1011 KISTKODKOO. Iho tn»men(h)iis sm-cess which attond«-d the hrst Kistedilfod and Hand Contest at Taiu worth will undoubtedly move the Tamworth Musical and l.iterary Competitive Society to a lurtlier effort— to eventuate early in illll. Iho work of organisation will oc cup.v inaiiy months, and our enthusiasts and , , , t .......hi iiiierest inem ?selves withoiil, delay. A sub-committee of tlie society was recently aimointed to draw up tlio first annual report,, which will be sub mitted to a meeting of the subscribers, to lie railed at au early date, when all matters doahiiK with the future work of the societv wilt be discussed.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

HOSPITAL BALL. I A mui'liny of the committee of the above' was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Tucs- 1 day afternoon. .Mrs. lie^an resigned ittie position of lion, treasurer oivinjj to unfor-l seen cin-uinstauces ineventiua her from de voting the lime necessary to carrvint; out' the duties of the position as she would like to, and Miss \\ alley kindlv consented to act in her place. Preparations for the ball mo well uiidej- way and the committee nntici pate Lhat it will bi» one of the most succoRsful balls held for many years.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I.O.O.F. TAMWORTH REBEKAH LODGE No 32 [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

? T.O.O.K. lAMNNOPTH \\ KBKKA II LODOK. v«. :v- 1 he usual fortniiihtly meetinir of the above . . was held in the new lodjj;e room, ad .loiniiiu; tlie (Vntral Hotel, Peel-streot, on I hursday ni^ht, 11th iust. There was a splendid attendance of members ; four pro posals for membership woro received ; and two ladies were admitted bv initiation. Final ar V^ r ; ' . K MK,ai wore made, the date fixed beinjj tln» 22nd iust. TJic mom bershi]) of this lod«:e is ranidlv approaching the 100 mark, due to the untiring efforts of the lad es. The next meeting will be held on the 2oth inst., .when a sale of 'mysterious parcels' will take place.' Refreshments will be provided.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SPECIAL, HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

SPKCIAT, HOlffiK SAI.K An important sale of o0() horses has been iixed to tako place at the AYt»llint;ton sale oii i' --» S-.ptomljor 20tlj to — ml, when Dal^etv and Companv, ljimited. Sydney, and M G. Carter, AYolUn^ton (in conjunction), will offer a i*t: od soleotion, in cluding 100 magnificent Clvde.sdales from Now Zealand, most of these bein«' mares and u lies, many in loal, and all of the rii'.ht a«os. I here will also bo all classe.s of X.K.\Y. bred draughts, .saddle t ancl Itariiess horses, ii' -? ?Var('in^ he worth the sr.ccial attention of farmers and station owners* who will find tho quality of manv of tlio horses above the average. Further entries from owners are invited by the auctioneers.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

HAPT1ST CIIl ttCH. l'our of the most interesting and vital (|tiest:ons that occupy the minds and inspire the religions of the human race will he dealt .'J th by tho liev. K. Pock nail 011 Sunday nif;ht. m tho Baptist Tabernacle. Tliev are, 'Is there a God:-'' 'What is His Nature?' JC'aii wc approach Him?' 'If so — llowr''' A Toxical and Intelligent presentation of these questions and answers to them will be pre sented. 'They will be dealt with sininlv with ?a desire to shed light upon them, to help some of the many who may be in doubt upon any point touching them and to lead people ''to feel after Him,' if happily they may lind Him. Those who are intelligently in terested in these (|Uostions are especially in vited.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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COBBEDAH POSTMASTER'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

COHHKDAII POST.MASTKH'S D10ATH. Jim District Coroner, Mr. C. G. Williams, held an iiujuest at the Harraba CourtJiouso, on Tuesday, concerning the death of A. LI. Hill, postmaster at Cobbedah. I)r. Podway said he was called to see Hilf, and found him in a stato of collapse. A box and a cup onktiniim strychnine wero beside the bed. He left Hill apparently well after two hours' treatment. In the evening lie received an i,ther call to JlilJ, and acivisod his removal to Jhe hospital, but he was dead upon ar rival. The Coroner adjourned the impiest to i.ierinit (of f mother evidence bein« pro duced. Hill left the following note: — 'Good-live, dear Mary, Uuh.v. .Mrs. II ? and good old Tom. Arch., 3.8.10.'

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

? AN/EMIA, POOR BLOOD ? OR APPETITE, SICK headache; OR « HEART WEAKNESS. IF YOU SUFFER THUS, TAKE THIS REMEDY Mrs. S. Reade, of March Street, Richmond, N.S. Wales, was a con tinuous sufferer from General De bility, Sick-Headache, and Poor Appetite. Read what medicine cured her, and then get it if you wish to be cured also. Clements Tonic Ltd. 'During 1901 and 1905, I suffered periodically from sick headaches and neuralgia, with attacks of biliousness. I used to dread the days and nights as they came. My relief came about in quite a- simple manner. I was recommended by a friend to take Clements Tonic, as it had cured her. The first bottle did me little good, but after the || third I increased in strength and appetite ; so much so, that I have .now splendid health, for never at any time Have 1 had any at . tacks of neuralgia since I took this well-known remedy. I am thankful to be rid of them and in good health once more. (Signed) 'Mrs. S. READE.' Whal this mcdicine has done in this c...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TENNIS. TAMWORTH v. MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

TENNIS. TAMWORTH v. MAXILLA. On Saturday' last an enjoyable inter-town match was played on the local courts be tween Manilla and Tamworth teams (reports the Manilla 'Express')* * It is some time since we have had the pleasure of a visit frcm the tennis representatives of Tamworth. On this occasion play was up to the stan dard expected of the two clubs, although Telfer, of Manilla, was 'o/l color,' and was, thciefore, not up to form. Vernon played splendidly for 'lamworth. Tlie ladies' and gents' games provided some good tennis, Mrs. Veness (Manilla) playing with great accu racy. 'Die visitors were entertained at lunch at the Hoyal Hotel, and the ladies provided afternoon tea on the grounds. Results: — GENTS' DOUBLES— Dutton and JJlaxland v. .Vernon and Halh day, -l-ti. Same v. McCoy and Vernon, 0-3. Telfer and Hartley v. McCoy, and Halli day, 4-0. 2-0. Duttcn and Rlaxland v. Vernon ai|d Ilal liday, *0-4, 5-6. .Totals: Manilla 27, Tamworth 31. MIXED DOURLKS— Miss Wilshire and Mr. Tel...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

Burns Cause Running Wound.. VOl'NG WOMAN'S liAD HANI) SOOTI1K!) AND IIHALHI) UY ZA.M-IIUK. Moulds wIkto /jim-ltuk is Ucnt luindy hit nxi'olUwU.v n^suust Zam- Htik aironls spuotly nt!iof iiom siunrtin^ pjiin ; prcvunts or poisoning, iiiul tlit) porfotiiioH of its Ju'iiliiuc is tli-- nilniirn t ion of nil tlio fjiinilv. - *'\VUiU- doing soim- ii'onin^ I sustained a very sovcro burn through an-idcntallv init: iin^ my hand against a flat-iron, 1 says Miss Klizaljetli Teppcr, of Pitt-slnusl, AVatcrloo, S.vdnoy. 'I Kiili'rrod jjroat i)»rn, and when ever I lmprnwd to put my hand into water, tlio heat, and pain would he intense. I H»vo the wound uVery attention, aud applied many home remedies, hut could not ^e.t it to heal, and not hein^ able to use my hand intuit) ifc very inconvenient for me. feome / times the wound would look us if it was tfet linn better, when suddenly it would break out n-;ain, and at thr end of two months the part presented a very unsatisfactory appear ance. ''A frien...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

Wrote Jlnrv Ami I'.lizn, to the Hl|ishtonv Av vertiser, 'My story I. am writing, kindlv print, Im a Inlly jiiowii adult and I'm well as thu result Of using. Woods' Great Cure— von gave the h:nt. I d a horrible bad cliesl, which was painful at the best. Woods Great Peppermint Cure vou said would put it right, I used it, cured my cold, and mv storv now is told, Yours truly, Mary Ann Eliza Illicit.' » ? McDON A LI) it IfOLMIOS, near I're.scott's, will do your repairs with every de.s-' patch nt inodenito priceii. Give tlioin a trial.

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"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. CHAPTER III.STEELE HOT ON THE TRACK, BUT FOILED AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

'UBIQUE,' Tlie Scientific Bushranger. . J1Y C! L A HKN CE '\V. A r A RTIN : : . AM.LJior of 'Tlie Uusli Emblem/1. 'Tlio Lu-t v : of Hate/' etc. CHAPTER. III SL'UVLi: HOT OA' THE TRACK, BUT FOILED AGAIN . 'Give 1110 .a life ill .the doar: old busli, - A lv, iy from civilisation; Auaj fiom tlie bustle of the lioisv crowd, And tho noise of tlio railway station M option t.nant ii, telephone to call uiva pall v^P join -in a vnio old .sni'ee; ? . AVhon we want a mato, liis luiiul to shake, , - , 'We just !J'o liim. a loud coo-uo ' ' r|TUI3..db0i- l.ass, of, the;.' finger's voice secni . ^ cd to diouil, c-veivthing else in tho bar ..of tho Minors Arms, at Chillaville. It oven - penetrated t-i . flm .. i Steele sat. at Ins table ? piccniff together' the tlnu.uls . of 'the evidence. Unit was to coin-* . i liletq the discomfiture: of '/Ubique'' nt tlie'r '(.\t meeting 'In is he would to coiiun .tiatjJ his'iiiiiid upon .his theories, tlie howling . . ,°f '^lio .drunken. bushmiiii insisted upon...

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FLOODS IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

FLOODS IN JAPAN. There is much suffering in Japan through floods which continue. Thousands of liouser. have been submerged and reports from all places tell of many lives being lost.

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

HONING. Tommy Hums is matched to box Toni Cajioni, at Winnipeg, in September.

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SAFE STOLEN AT MILITARY MANOEUVRES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

SAl'T'3 STOLEN* AT .ALlLITAliV MANOKUVKUS. The army paymaster's safe aC Cheyenne, containing .tl3U0, was stolen during m.m oeuvers.

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

ATTKMPTKI) ASSASSINATION OK THE MAYON OK NKW YORK. Mayor Gayuor, of New York, who was shot in the neck, is progressing favorably. His strength is ^ond ami lie has rested well and has taken considerable nourislmiont. Gal lagher says although h«j ir- not sorry he committed the deed, he now hopes the Mayor will get well. He wanted to teach high ol lieials to regard the rights oi' subordinates. His action was a lessi.n to tho country and he did it oil personal principles, unprompted by any anarchistic belief. He was not drunk. -Later. ? Tiie reticence fcof the doctors is causing I friends of .Mayor Goynar anxiety. It is he- j 'ieverl they' arc holding the real condition of tile 'ilayor l'lhm the public. It is stated it will he over a week before ho can he mov ed from Iloboken. Gallagher boasted he was followed by ilearst, who was a rival of Goy iioi-'s in the .Mayoral contest. Iloboken sur geons after consultation decided to perform an operation 011 Govnor, and have removed particles of...

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FOUND DEAD IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

FOUND DKAD IN THK STKKKT. An old man, named Fred Donee, was found dead on a footpath in Hrisbauc. Two men have been arrested oil a charge of being con cerned in the Jiflrair.

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (THROUGH INDEPENDENT CABLE ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Thursday THE SURRENDER OF CRIPPEN AND LE NEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (TUItOUGH LYDKriONDHNT CAliLli ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Thursday mi: si;im{|';ndi-:h cf ci;ipj'i-;\ and LF. -N10VK. - All papers 111 Quebec request the authoris ing of tlie siirrendei- of t'rippcn and he Sere to the Hritish police. Achice lias been re ceived that prisoners may be taken to ftng land any time alter August 15th. Later. Experts in London agree that the remains found in Cripnen s house are that of a fe male, who had a recent operation performed. This confirms the report tliat Crippeii stated he performed an operation oil his wife be fore she was alleged to have i^one to Ameri ca.

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

NAP ROW KSCAPF FROM F1UK. Two houses wore destroyed by lire at Ral larat. . Mrs. Rastow, who was lying ill in one, was rescued from the burii'iig building with great difficulty.

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DARING BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

DARING HFROKAP. A* daring burglar broke into a house at North Fibcroy, Melbourne, and tried to shoo*, a civilian who endeavored to arrest him. The shots, however, missed firr^

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BIPLANE COMES TO GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

BIPLA NIC COMES TO G1UKK. Purng a biplane flight near .Merlin, Oscar Hein was seriously injured when flying at a hoiglit of 2S.) feet. The pror.yllor broke and crashed into tho earth. ' 'Hie machine was demolished and Ilcin was ricked up uncon scious.

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