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IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910

IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION SALE. Messrs. Fleming, Robey and Ross announco     in this issue that they have, received instruc tions from T. H.H. Goodwin, Esq., to sell by   public auction at the School of Arts, Gun- nedah, on Wednesday, 7 th September, at 2. 30 p.m., about 2,220 acres of his valuable   'Ruvigne' Estate, . known as 'Hartfell,' The property is situated 2½ to 6 miles from the town of' Gunnedah. Full particulars are advertised.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

M A I CLAN D. Fat Ciltle. — A lari'e supply yarded to a gooil atl ciidaiice of buyers. Consignments were made up chiefly of medium and lighl wei|-,ht bullocks, with one or two lots of prime biilloeks and the usual number of cow's. Coniiiet itiou was brisk for prime, aiul value; were about equal to lasL week's rates, l.ut^ medium and inferior descriptions were incline:! lo be lower. Prime, and wciehtv y.'irds of bullocks sold at I'S/l.V ,C!)/1()/, prime CS to .tS/15/. good C7 t.o .CS, medium £!i to L'7, inferior £5 to C(i. Prime t(* weighty yards of cows sold at C(i/19/ to £7/19/, prime £5 15/ to CO/19/, good C 1/10/ lo £5/10/, me dium £3/1(1/ to £1/10/, inferior £2/10/ lo £3/10/. ^ , Fat Calves. — A fairly large supply penned to a good attendance of buyers. Consign ments consisted chiefly of medium quality, 1 with very few prime and weighty lots. Coi'n pciition was very brisk for prime, and values were well up. to those rilling last week, hut medium and inferior descriptions were ch...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

GOLF. Mixed foursomes were played by members of the Golf Club 011 Saturday atfernoon. Scores : — Gross Hep Nett Dr. Buckley and Mrs. Buskley 81 13 68 Newman and Miss Kellman .. 75 4 71 Dr. AValloy and Miss Consults.. 82 10 72 King and Mrs. Backhouse .. 86 12 74 Loweoek and Miss Hutehings. . 82 5 77 Cohen and Miss Sininson .... SO 2 7S Johnston and Miss A\'al lev .... 87 7 80 Crouch and Mis. Sexton .. .. 8-1.4 80 Boylson and Miss Backhouse . . 80 sc. SO

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

GUNNICDAH. Ilawlic and Trcloar report the result of i their I'n ion sales on August 12, as follows:— F.ggs, DJd. to 1/1; butter, 1/ per lit.; fowls,) 2/, I/- per pair; ducks, (',/ 1 per [(air; turkeys,! 13/fi per pair; oranges, 2/'i per case; mi'in din-ins, 3/(i per case; cabbage:!, 3/', li /- per dox. : pumpkins, -l/,l per .do/..; cauliflowers,' ?l/!i, ?-! per do:'..; New Zealand lish, l/l each.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

NEW LEASE FOR AVKAK LUNGS. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds cures influenza and all lung trou bles. 1/G and 3/-. Obtainable at. all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* The Best Cough Drops ^Cherry Pcctcrnl. Sixty years ago physicians first used Ayer's Cherry PccLorai, and ever since then it lias been tho standard cough remedy all over tho world. Thousands of families, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, keep a bottle of it in the house TAadv for 5in omorormrw. Hhemi 9edofd controls the spasmodic efforts of coughing, relieves tho congestion in the throat, quiets the inflammation in the bronchial tubes, and prevents the lungs from becoming involved. There are many substitutes and imitations. Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Put up in large and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. Ji C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mast., U.S.A. STRENGTH AND DURABILITY ? Strong'th applies to all sizes, capacity, ac cording to your requirement...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. AV. T. Callcolt and C'o. report lust .Friday's sale as under:— Butt-jr lid to 1 1 per lb. ; . Eggs, Did to 1/2 nor dozen. Dripping, Id to 5d per lb. Bae:m, Yd to 8d l'or lb. Honey, 12/ to 13/ per (it)lb lin.» . Do., 2/ to 2/3 per. 7 lb tin, ' - Do., 1/3 per lib tin. Brooms, 1/ to I/O- each. v Ton, -l/'J Per.Glb till. . Oranges, 3/!) to 5/3 per I-case. Do., 1/3 to 2/9 per J-ease. ? ? Mandarins, 1/0 to 3/9 per - i-case. . -. Lemons, 3/9 per j-ense . . ..'-..v , .- l)o., 1/3 io 3/ per J-case. ' -. ? Apples, 2/(5 to 8/ per i-case. Pears, -1/3 per i-ciu:o. Turnips, I/O per ' -cwt. I)o., 1/ per dozen hunches.- ~ ' Cabbage, 1/ to 3/ per dozen. - Cauliflowers, 1/3 to 3/9 per dozen. . Bed Cabbage, 2/3 per dozen. Carrots, 1/ii per dozen'- Imiicbes. Parsnips, 2/ per dozen bunches. Beet root, l/*to 2/ per dozen bunches. Lettuce, -Id per dozen. llhubarb, 2/ 'per dozen bunches. Pumpkins, 3/ lo 7/ per dozen. Do., small, 1/1 per'dozen. Grammas, 7 j per dozen. Kschalotts, (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

AN HONEST REMEDY FOR COLDS. Any druggist can offer you tho choico or a dozen or more coug.li 'syrups.' But it behoves you to uso some circumspection in selecting a medicine to put into your stom ach, as a cure for your disease. Romoinber that vou require, for tho real euro of a dan gerous discaso .something more than a mero soothing svrup. This is why it will bo best for you to* take Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery for 'Coughs and Colds. It is a carefully made, and porfected scientific, curative me dicine, prepared witht ho idea not morely of relieving a cough, but of curing tlio discaso which brings oil tho cough. It is an honest medicino which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lungs; or if tlio result is honest ly unsatisfactory to you, your money will lionostlv be returned. Try it. Obtainable ' at all stoics and Pullman's Pharmacy.*

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Cockburn Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Coekburn Sliire Council. monthly MKKTING. t I ne councillor;; of the (Joekburn Shire held t:U'ir usual monthly nuuitiny; on Friday last. Hie toilowiuj; \\en» present: — Cry. J. land (president), A, 'I. Kudger*, (?. l'ark, Maher, mid C. J*. Done. An apology was received for the absence of (.V. A. t'ardale. COHIUOSPONDHNCK. From W. Mitehell, '\Vo(dl-rool\, with re ference to tho last piece of engineering work on the Sandy Creek road. — It was resolved to forward a copy of tho engineer's report on the question U) .Mr. Mitchell. Krom tho District Surveyor, Armidale, in it'Ham io lecier oi ic/tn oeptemoer, asking the Department to defer alienation oi' nortions 7 Ut Kl, j:M, and 3 -13 to 1 parish of Wendemeer, county i»f Inglis, pend ing, establishment -»f road deviations applied for by ibe Council. The D.S. 'asked to .bo. advised whether the retiMition of portions 7, J), and 10, as shown on heliograph' attached, is still desired. — A motion was passed with drawing all objections by the C...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Official Correspondence. Mr. 1{. M. Levion, M.L.A., has received tlie following comnumiration from tlio C'liiof Secretary's oflico, d:iU*d Sydney, 10th Aug ust, 1PU):; — I am directed by the Uhief Sec retary to inform you that his Kxeolloncy tho Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, lias been pleased to appoint a pub lic holiday on the day and in tho locality named .hereunder and that the necessary pro clamation under tlie. 'Banks and Haul; Holi day Act, IBM,1' and amending Acta, has been duly published in this day's 'Govern- ment Gazette' : — pay, Wednesday, 21th August, 1010; locality, Tamworth district.

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Professor Watt among the Farmers. A PRACTICAL MAN AND A SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Professor Watt among tlie Farmers. A PRACTICAL MAN AND A SCIENTIST. Professor AVatt, the newly-appointed rro I'essor of Agriculture at the University of Sydney, is visiting many of the country cen tres in tho State, our :;wn among the num ber. ill's purpose is to lecture to the farm ing community and derive practical bene ;it from' discussing with it- tlio problem..- pe culiar to agriculture in Australia. Professor Watt was 'himself a farmer and knows his business c:i bo'. h the practical and theoretical sides. He is descended from a well-known familv of Siottisli farmers, and was trained oil his father's farm, where for three years he was solely occupied with agricultural ,nwl liciVnh nU'li-i. details of faun man agement. It was enly alter that, that lie went lo the University and tool; the various degrees and -li; loiuas that be nmr holds. Ut ilise attended an agricultural college, where as a- student bo eclipsed all previous records and gained the gold medal lor highest place in ...

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LOCAL NEWS. OFFICES CLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

LOCAL NEWS. OL I IC'I S C LOS l.l) Ihe ofhcu- of Alessih. Nathan Cohen and : , ?. Co., Ltd., will l)o closed to-morrow;: Wednes- day, and on 'Jhursdnv.

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TAMWORTH MOURNS. FOR THE LOSS OF A VALUED CITIZEN. DECEASE OF MR. NATHAN COHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

TAMWORTH MOURNS. FOB THK LOSS Ob' A VALUK1) CTI'I/ICN.| 1M0CKASK Ol'' JI1!. NATHAN COHIOX. I Gi-Oiit was the sorrcw in lamworth this iiininiiig alien Die sad intelligence whs made IviioiMi that Mi. Nathan Cohen had passed .iway at o orlocK. 1 he news eaine as a great shock to the townspconle as the first intima tion of the seriousness ol Ins illness was oiilv known to a lew outside his immediate family ?aide. It is almost, impossible to record iii « ords the gloom east over tlie town, as a per sonal loss was felt, bv the .'reat majoritv of townspeople. I lie late .Mr. Cohen's genial disposition, Ins Iriit. and- valued friendship bis kindly and charitable actions-, his keen ness and enthusiasm for aiivllnmr foi its obj i:(- 1 tin.- uellare and advanceiinHit of tlio town, Ins true interest, in sport, anil his true patriotism and love of his country, ' won lor linn the Inkiest esteem and good lull amongst, all (lat.ses of the eonimiiiiilv, Jlio love and adectum that was always mani fes...

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MANSE AT MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

AIAiNSL AT M \MLI,A I . ... . Alussro.- Unlbiaitli, Brothers, ot Tnmworlh, ? .~\lia.V-, slciii cd , tho toiitiucl for- tlio erection . -:t a .Presbyterian manse at Manilla, at a cost ol £6 SO. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Said Thomson's wife, 'lnsiiiv your life, And tho r.olic.v givo to me.' 'We are insured, bar accidents We can't, foresee,' said ho. 'IVo Wonds' Great Peppermint Cure lor colds, And eoiigbs, here at my '''id. Slid she, 'It's clear we needn't fear, Your (aillt X understand, '

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DENTISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

1)1 iN I1MKV .it i-s notified in oiu, advertising columns that Uli . A. Masmi, who comes I com Mos liuiii, is . carryim; on tlio dental nrdfession in conjunction with iUiv St,. Ceorjjo

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FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

FACTS WORTH KNOWING. Mr. S. A. Hasser's many local patrons wil' bo glad to learn that this woll-luiown Vien ncs» and London Oplbalinio Optician and Spoetable Maker, will in future pay Tam worth a visit every six weeks, and his next visit will be in August..- He may be coiisulted at. the ltoval Hotel en Friday, 19th, and Silurday 20th Ai^iiftt. During :i trij) round the world Mr. Hnsser visited the renowned optical colloges at London, Now York. Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from eacli oi which ne nom.s ». u a qualified master of tho British Optical As sociation. All defects of tlio sight corrected, and idnwos specially adapted for ocular head aches'. Your sigbt tested with llio latest in vented instrument. Consultation- fren or charge. Mr. Basser may bo consulted in per ' son, so as to guaranteo tlio best result. No travelling agents omployed. Solo agent' for the 'So Knsy' rimless glasses.*

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HOSPITAL BALL POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

HOSl'lTAL IJALlj POSTPONHl) vw.ug ui tno (loatn ot .\ir. iVatlian Uohon tho hosimtal ball ban been postponed from to iiiKlit till to:mniTow , (Wednesday) niglit and Iliursdiiy and Ivridnv niqlit!)- ^

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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 12 is tin* date ol next iv^ular monthly visit to Tamwortli of GIBB & liREMAN, I,TD.. tho well-known. Opticians of 0 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a. in. to (- p.m. All sufferers from any eyo troublo, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam wortli (Clias. Gibli. late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. AV. Bconian, late Man ager and Sight Specialist for II. A. Barra clougli), who havo been visiting this town for somo years, aro tho principals, no clients can rolv on the most expert l'-o sorvico in con sulting us. Next visit: Miinday, Kentoiiilicr 12

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WIN FOR PINEAPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

'ftT.N FOI1 PINIOATPLIO M',.s.sia. .1 lo.n.ott, Ltd., ? kSydnov, have ad vised tnei r local branch. that their sole agenev v ol Pineapple bacon, hams, Inrd, and .Stras bourg sausages have a^nin- boon' successful in ?sweeping all pmcs for; those lines at tho Nris . ba no -National Show by securing 1st, 2nd, ?: and 3rd nrizc-'i. .

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TAMWORTH'S NEW P.M. A WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

TAMWORTH'S NEW P.W. ? --:o ? A W1SLCOMIO. Hi-. O. A. lCclwnrtls, r.silii.e innnislrate, j,i who has Ijcon transfoncd from -Miuliici! to ;jj 'i'ainwortli, was welcomed at the Court 'Houso i: yesterday. j'; On the Baneh with Air. I'M wards were -Nlessrs. K. Payne, AV. U. Leak, and li. S. Pii^ott, J's.P., whilst l':o r.ro^eut in 1 Court were Police Sin-t. lOviuis, Aicssrs. .1. j. Patturson, A. -J. CVeaidi, Thcrj. I^niilaiul. C'. AV. licdwell, AV. I1'. 'IVibc, and G. H. Kew- 1 man. .solicitors: Messrs. AV. A. liouiiie, AV. K. Potts, and A. J. Jolmston, J's.P., and ;i Air. C. AV. Jenkins. Sir. Patterson, for the leiral profession, ex- 'j? tended a ntnat hearty -wolcoina to Tamwortli K tiihti let in .ur. iMiwarcls, antl al?o ('(Higratu- !?' tilled It i 111 (III the appointment. Tliev luid '' heard how satisfactory he had discharged his duties at Aludfjeo. He hoped 'that when Air. V; lOdwnvds had to leave Tamworth he would havo as kindly, remembrances of the town as any ether in the State....

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