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

YOU WILL HE SURPRISED How much better you feel if yoiir stomach is ill good condition. Dr. Sheldon's Diges tive Tabules will improve your digestion at onco. Price, 2/(5. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* I is a re'lioble old English 1 Hom'e remedy for — 1 COUGHS/ COLDS, J Asfhma, .SronchiMa, t ? J ail Lung 8: Throat- Troubles. w ' — MCeXA*. Asthma.BronchlikflndW^' — ? -M Lcnj troubles quickly cured bv ^ — fPOWELLSl V BALSAM 1 IaniseedJ Of all Chemists g~~ Heartburn AND Bndigestion. Heartburn ,5 a symptom of indigestion, and consists -f a most distressing' and gnawing, pain in the stomach, often with sour, acid beldiings. nausea, and faint ing. When the food is only partially di gested. it gives rise to an accumulation of wind or gas yenoratcd from the im pcifcctly-dijrcslcd' food. To overcome this complaint, you should eat sparingly* of plain digestible foods, and take a course of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which will strengthen the digestive organs and remove al...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

A BEAUTIEUL GIRL. One of the sweetest features ol luiinaii mo is to watch- a beautiful girl, young, straigut iimbod and fair of feature, develop into early womanhood. Unfortunately at tins time, owing to the organic change taking place, girl's often become weak and (ineiine. 11 tlie.v do not have special attention most dangerous symptoms may ensue. The Ladies College of Health nuts forward a treatment that helps young girls over tliis trying tune aim carries tlieni forward to robust womanhood. The treatment is inexpensive, and has re stored vouug girls all over Australia to sound health. Send' 2d postage for hook telling alJ about the treatment. Address Dept. 1., Ladies' College of Health, Ii7 Liverpool St., Sydney.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. RHPORT l''01l THE YKA1I liJO'J. -\o have received from tlie Commissioners of the Government Savings Hank a copy of their report for !!)()!), which shims that great progress has been made by that institution in all its departments since the last report I was issued. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. ! Depositors' balances show an increase for the year of 110 less that £1,181,81(5/8, thus evidencing tho continued prosperity of the Stato. Now branches were opened during the year at Balmaiu, Dublin, l-'orbes, Inverell, Lith- ' gow, Newtown, Parramatta, Orange, South Leichuardt, \\avorlev and AYollon{j;onji, and new agencies at eight post ofiiccs. | 'Hie depositors for the year numbered 853,71(1, the amount deposited being £10,- ' (ill, -118/3/11. The number of repayments wero | ()13,5!il anil the amount withdrawn £!-,810,- 01)3/5/10, showing an increase of deposits over withdrawals of £831,32-1/10/1. Interest cre dited to depositors' accounts during the year was £.353,5l...

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

ATTUNGA NEWS (From our Correspondent). Ha'rti Drive. — One of the most successful drives of the season took place 011 Thursday last at 'Rockvale,' tli'e property of J. T. Byrne, Esq., J.P. About -I o shooters as sembled and participating in tho day's ex cellent sport accounted for about 400 hares, of which number 237 were trucked. A start was made at the homestead and the district covered before- lunch embraced the proper ties of Messrs. Phelan and Rodgers. After participating ill ail excellent lunch, tho drive was continued through Mr. Rodger, s' property to the li -mile. ..peg, then back to the homestead dam. Mr. J. J. Carey offi ciated as captain, and was ably assisted by Messrs. J. J. Byrne, T. J. Phelan, and S. Green. Cartridges and lunch were provided by Mr. J. J. Byrne. 'Football. — The football match, Attunga v. Moonbi, which eventuated 011 Saturday, nroved to be .easily the best game seen on the Attunga ground this season. Though Attunga was without the services of three of...

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

SYDNEY. Sihute, Bell and Co., Ltd., report under date 8th August: — Early clips are steadily accumulating iu store, pending the opportunity of offering at auction towards the end of this month. Transactions in greasy wool have, been of too nominal an extent of late to serve as a criterion of the trend of values, but such locally treated skill wools as have changed hands have been placed at about the parity of last auction rates in this centre. All vis ible factors seem to afford good ground for anticipating continuance of a steady mar ket. Wiuehcombe, Carson, Ltd., report miller date !)th AiiiMif.t, 15)10:— Wheat. — 'Ill's market 13 tinner, shippers being mole inclined lo operate at about Id per bushel above prices ruling last week, and to-day it is possible to secure mi to 3/104 for i;u- best milling wheat, v.'hihi chick wheat is selling to 3/7 per bushel. Oats. — These are dull of sale, . although J prices have not altered, best whites selling! to 2/7 and Algerians to 2/5 per bush...

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

GCNNEDAH. Bacon and C:\, report: — Store Sheep. — Keen cjH|iiirv for well bred young wethers for 'olf shcais' delivery up to 8/. Cro'.sliix'do continue iu demand, also ewes lambing ti Lincoln rams. Sheep snit alilo for canning and boiling purposes asked' for. We require a lar^e line of yiinn;', ewes in Central Queensland for a northern client. Our sale? tliis week, I l.-K.'O. | Store Cattle. — Buyer.-: operating cautiously; reasonably lines of hu!':.:'!;s and steers close to calving arc alsri asked for. \Ve have an enniir;' lor-a line of cow; or bullock:: suitable far ca~ni:i.;. We f.rlil £50 ill lots rri v.itcly t'lis nee'; and yard 200 mixed for auc ti -in -n 151th instant. Kilt Stock. — I'iligiblc lines scarce. We can obtain full rates for b:-tli sheen .and cattle with paddock deliverv and have large orders to an: . i I.Iorses or all descriptions selling readily I nt '^ood i' rice1:. J Properties still in good demand, but locally, not many places changing hands, as with j prospec...

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

QUIRINDI. j Fleming. linliey i- i»;I Rims, Quimuli and Gunnedah, report liiivin^ completed the re sale of l)lm;ks 13, I I, and li), of t'10 'Hur- burgiite' subdivision, area acres, for Dr. C. K. McKellar,. of CurniinbcdL-, at a highly satisfactory juice.

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

General Gleanings I One firm of British brewers reports a profit of £1,300,000 on the year's working. A Tatliam (Richmond River) farmer reali ses £o() per month from his ducks and fowls. One lucky Clarence River cnncgrower has made £1000 iici- auuuni from cane during] the past two years. A Richmond River farmer, who .selected 700 acres of land iu Queensland recently, ? finds that he has timber on the holding worth £2000. A11 American mann^er has offered Lc.Ncvo £200 a week to appear iu vaudeville. ^ . Towns having a population of 2000 or inoiaj inhabitants may acquire power, under the Local Government Act (sec. 105), xiviii.), to insist upon the numbering of buildings. Cordelia MeCluskey, who has been living with Karquhar George .Macintosh, went to the watch-house, Melbourne, on Sunday night and reported she had killed her three children, and set fire to the house iu which the bodies lav. She had used a tomahawk and a carving knife. Tlie police found the bodies of tho three children...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE EMPIRE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

THE EMPIRE ENIIIIIIITON. The llritish Government will give their patnniage to tho gland festival at the Em pire Exhibition. A party of colonial fann ers will be present.

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PLOUGHING AND HARVESTING BY MOTOR TRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

PLOUGHING ANI) HARVESTING 15V .MOTOR Tl! ACTION. At the Hoyal Agricultural Society's ex periments of plongli'iig and harvesting by motor.. traction, tho results were excellent.*

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A RECORD IN AVIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

A It ECO I'D IN AVIATION. i.c lilane outdistanced all competitor:] to day in the big aviation content. ' I11 a ter rific 't.hundtfr.stonn he went one hundred nulos from Nanev to Neziere.'s in ;V- minutes. When he landed lie was shouldered by a crowd of 50, (Kit), who witnessed tlie descent. Seven other aviators started, but thev had to give up dnrng the storm, but resumed Hie ':ght later on. Auburn arrived second. Lo lilane's'oflicial time for 23'- miles was five hours 58 ni'iuites.

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SCOTT'S ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

SCOTT'S ANTARCTIC EXI'KIMTION, ^ Considerable anxiety is felt in London for Scolt's Antarctic expedition. The Teiraiio va is _ now eleven days overdue at Capetown, and is unspoken sinco leaving Maderia oil June 27th.

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BRILLIANT WORK BY PRUSSIAN GUNNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

llRILLIANT WORK 1!Y PRUSSIAN GUNNERS. Prussian held gunners demonstrated their -.bilitv lo destroy suiltlv moving balloons. Several balteries of field arlillcrv practiced riiaiiist. aerial craft., wliiuli were l.owod by cruisers. Tlie result from thu standpoint of jiiiirlisnicn was brilliant.

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

Children's Coughs and Colos. PUPS STKISNGTllKK 'H1UOAT AND ' CHIOS'!', Mothois! Wiitcli vor.v joiilontly miy. tend ency in ymic little ones to catch ciild or ilo volup a misty croMpy cmi^h. ru'^lcotud wilds lay tlio fi-nndiit:o!i of lifc-h-»n iveak iiuss in children. Von will find n liiindy Ihix of Peps n trusty snfeKiiiird n^niiist winter's perils. Whoop ing cnu^li, sore tliroat, croup, hnmchiti.s, and pneiiinonia are kept at Iiay l-v the judicious use of these wonderful brpnth-ablo tabids, and that without the introduction into the system of any of the dun^eroua and obnoxious drills to he found In elienp lozeu Hus, and old-riisliioned coU'-'h-mixUircs. Pops 'rtet in a new nnd novel way. When a little tablet is taken from the silver jacket, ill wliieli it is sealed and preserved, and allowed to dissolve on the tongue, certain rich medicinal fumes are yiven ofF and car ' lied with llie air we liveathe down the throat, : hud into the furthest corners of t.':e lunys and elic.st., wher...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. At a meeting of Pnrkes Methodist circuit it was decided to have a special retiring eol '^.i leetion taken, in tho Parkes and Peak Hill ..s; chmdics, for the purpose of assisting the N.S.A\. Alliance no-Tceme fund. a Viie Waa hosiptal ball, last week, was a ^ i ill In illiimt success. The first prize for U fami sit was awarded to 'Carmen,' promot es ed hv Miss Holcombe. Hippily for it, broken Hill district does not ipptav to be afflicted with much poverty. 'I lie local Benevolent Society has a credit bal . Vv. since oE £315. Til P irkes police court last week, several land owners were fined for neglecting to con tinuously destroy' rabbits on their holdings, 'lliougli bunny is still very numerous, there is not .so much of liim, hy a long way, as there was n few years a^o. One evening last week, Mr. William Ma ??fiick, manager of Yoweudah station, was found dead in hod, at TattersaH's Hotel, 'Walgett. Natural causes brought abo...

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

MUSICAL NOTES. (Uy ''Pitchfork.') Is the tialy as important and legitimate a factor in the art of music as the beautiful f 'Iho jfrcat modern composer, liiehard Strauss (not t:i be confused, by the way, with him of waltz fame), maintains that music may represent any feature of life, that for him absolute beauty or ugliness does not exist in music; that whatevi-r is truly and sincerely felt, and faithfully and properly reproduced, is beautiful. A goad anecdote is told of Professor Kb enezer Prout, the noted English composer, and writer 011 musical subjects, who died recently at the aye of 71. I11 his early days he was ashed to compose something for a new magazine called 'Pleasant Pages.' He did so and when the proof was sent to him he found several passages marked by the read er, 'consecutive fifths.'.' As all students of harmony know, this is tho 'unforgivable sin' of musical composition. Hut it led young Prout to more seriously study the theory of music of which he afterwards be ca...

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

Official Correspondence. The following correspondence has been re ceived from Mr. Foster, Federal member for New England, from the,, Postmaster-General's donartment : — TELEPHONE. S15P. VICE. Wit-h reference to the communication of the 3rd May last; presented hv vou on be half of the Nundle Progress Committee. (Mr. v. J. bcnonold, Hon. Sec.), relative to the Aundfe-I)uii(i|')wnn-T'.imwort!i telephone ser vice, tho conversion of the two \vires between laniworth and Dungowan into' a motallic ei rein t ihas impif.mnl ithis service. Tlio switching arrangements at. Dungowan, how ever, provide for direct service between Mindle, Swamp Oak, and Taimvorth, .but up to the present direct service has been giveii on the Nundloi section onlv, I)ungownn' switching Swamp Oak se-Hion' 011 to ' Tam worth, as required. The Postmistress' at Dun gowan has now been instructed to leave both Nundlo and Swamp Oak sections connected through to Tamworth.. POSTAL FACILITIES AT UPPElt XEMIN'GIIA. Adverting to c...

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

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

AUK YOU SOU E V Does your back nclici' Have vou neural gia? I)o vou know that Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment will cure vou? It is the only external remedv that' will take out all the inflammation. lit can't lieln but do you good. Obtainable nt all- stores 'anl Pull man's Pharmacy.* ']\/| eDONALD .t HOLMES win |lu 1)1(,aKuJ Xtj. to see you wljon making vour next fotowenr purchases. Gimwntced t0 p!ense.

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

PERSONAL. l*ord Chelmsford and party were passen gers on the Urisbano express on Monday morning to' tho: northern capital. Thev will return to Sydney on August 18, Mrs. Ping, a resident of Yarraman Hully, died at the private hospital at AVest Tam worth last evening, aged 'I. The body was taken by train ibis morning to Scono' for interment. Mr. ,1. Hassall, chief draughtsman at the Armidale Land Board office, was entertained at dinner at Tattorsall's Hotel, Armidale, on Saturday nivtht last, prior to his departure for head office. Florence, the 19-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Reid, of Goonoo Goonoo, died yes- terday morning as the result of an injury to the head. The interment was made in the   afternoon in the Church of England ceme- tery at West Tamworth, the Rev. W. J. Gerrard officiating at the graveside. Mr. J. H. Leggett had charge of the funeral ar- rangements. Mr. A. T. Julius died at his residence at North Tamworth on Wednesday afternoon from influenza and h...

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