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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

AVOM KN W 110 SU l1'!' rill . Women .sufTi'i- more pain than men. Thoro is no reason why tlio.v .should if they pay pro- ? per regard to their health. The Ladies' ('-)!- li'Ke of Health, with its wondeiTiil 'llonio i Treatment,' has dumoiiHtrated lliis a^aiu '('1 a^ain. For every pain there is a cause. If the cause is properly treated the pain ceases. If you al e a sufferer from any of Uio iTnesscs peculiar to women, don't sudor in silence any longer. A cure is easy ' and inex pensive. A book telling all about tliiH new treatment will be sent free provided you re mit 2d to cover postage. Read what tho treatment lias dune for others — some of them very had and chronic eases. Address letters to DeimHliient T., Ladies' (Vle^u ol' Health. 177 Liverpool Street, Sydney.'

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

White Star 'Line LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. ? T) EGO I. An. four-weekly sailings of 12,00' J_\i tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'AFRIC.' 'MEDIC,' 'PERSIC,' 'RU NIC/' and 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 t- £31 Us. Loudon, £19 to £H0._ Now York, Boston, etc., £25 ju t( .£30/0. ONLY ONE CLASS OK ACCOMMODA TION. Cargo of nil descriptions carried at lowesl rnto3. Through bookings to Continental Ports English iMamifaofuriniT Centres, and Amcricc on most favorable tonus. Tho highest class of insulation is installet for tho satisfactory mrrin^o and milium o1 Frozen Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, otc. For Rates of freight, Paznphlota, etc., ftpply to— _ DALGF.TY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Tortr.. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOV/N pod LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas sengers carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class-- £1(5 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £!)1/10; 3rd Clara— £13/1:) to £17/17. Round t...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Quality Always Tells. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Quality Always Tells. Dairymen requirin;; a Cream Separator must -bo. frequently sorely perplexed at tho extravagant claims of superiority made by Agents of the numerous separators on our niarkot. There arc probably twenty makes of Cream Sciiarators and the so-called merits claimed for most of these machines is both I v.\'rl/ous ,'iud misleading. T)afrymeir 'w'ho have been m:sled by the extravagant and misleading merits claimed for these outsido makes of separators and thereby have been induced to purchase one, may get along to lerably woll for the first few months, but in a year or so at the latest these outside makes of separators aro nearly always discarded and an 'Alfa-Laval' purchased. Air. S. J.. Hines, of Gundagai, says he finds the 'Alfa- Laval' Machine a perfect skimmer and con siders they aro the leading machines on the market; he says lie has had two other makes of machines, but he finds they aro not to bo compared wfth tho 'Alfa-Laval.' Mr. Ilines' experience is that of ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

MUSICAL NOTES. (lty 'Pitchfork.') | ' .Matters nuisical in our midst will -lie fairly lively ill the immediate future. The Tain . north Choir idve their concert on .Monday next, and we shall then have an opportunity of seeing how far they have progressed since their winning performance at the Eisteddfod held here last September. I use the word . 'ero^ressed' because it is reasonable to suppose that the impetus t;iveii to any e.horal body by such success, should spur them on to further efforts. I'nfortun atelv, tec tendency to 'rest on their laurels is a fiiilini; common to more than one coun try musical organisation, with the inevitable result that their former prestige is decadent. That this, however, is not the case with tho lamworth Choir, there is every likelihood that Monday's concert will rrove. ♦ ♦ * * ♦ Admitting there is a difficulty of combining local forces for an attack oil the choirs which would have to be met in competitions alield, are the singers of Tamworth who take...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

HELD OYER. I Owing to the demand on our *pnce we are I coniiiellcd to hold over a la r;;c' amount of mtorestnig matter, including correspondence.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

ARE- YOU- SORE? ' Poes y^m' back ache? ITavo you lieural ria? ]-o vou know that Br. Sheldon's Matrnotic Liniment will euro you ? Tfc is f],„ V.nlv external remedv that will take out all the inflammation-. It can't help d° you good. Obtainable at all stores aill I Wl inan's Pharmacy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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NEW ENGLAND PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

NKW. RXGTiAM) PKIWUVTISKY. A lueetiuv; of the New Kn^land Presbytery was held sit Manilla on Tuesday under the .|*re.st-lencv of the Moderator (the Kev\ N. E. ALnrkio, There were present the Kev. A V. (;amcron CGIen Tunes), the Rev. Jas C;osli (lamworth), tho Rev. H. S. Bimtinc (Armulale). iSles:-:rs, Willis (Guyra), A. (Jar diner (Glen rimes), and A. T. Veness (.Man illa) Die Prcsbvterv nominated the Rev. Hobert Kay, M.A., of Gerinanton, as Jlod- I orator of tlie next Slate Assembly. The mem bers of the presbytery were entertained ai dinner by the Presbyterian congregation, af ter which a public luectin^ was held. Ad dresses were deliveiod by the Hev. A. Came ron, of Glen runts, the Kev. H. S. Jluntinc. of Armidale, and the Itev. James Cosh, of Tamworth; At the meeting Mr. T. N. John-. stoii'J was presented with a handsomv silver trav, inserilunl. as a wedding I'.i H. frinn the - lneiiibsrs of the church tliroiitdimit the charffe.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

H. A. ISAHHACLOIIG11, LTD. Good MeUuids. — Tho inLeiition to do good to humanity was one of the original (?hanic- toristic3 of this linn. As years went on, the constant repetition and action of this inton tion dovoloped into a habit of goodness in business methods. It would be hard to mag nify the nositive «ood done to humanity by .scientific 'sight-testing, by the employment , of scientific machinery in the manufacture of glasses, and by tho use of tho best mater ials? Good glasses put back the clock of Time for twenty or thirty years, and smooth from tho face tho wrinkles caused by oyo strain. Good glasses and good methods are the chief factors of H. A. liarraclough's suc cess. The linn will visit Tamworth on Thurs day AuL'iist 2oth. and may be consulted at the 'Caledonian Hotel from !) a.m. to (i p. in., and at Werris Creek on Friday, Aug, list 2(ith, at the Commercial Hotel, from f) a.m. to i p in Appointments by letter to II. A. liar rnclmigh, Ltd., 335 George-street, opposite ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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NEW METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

NEW :M IOTHOD1ST CUUIiCH. As aiiiiDiinced elsewhere the inaugural fes tival in connection with the proposed new church it' i 1 1 take Hare during the cominji week. The Kev. W, Woolls. Htitledge, in whose time tlie present church was enlarged, fome twentv-iivo years since, will preach on Sunday next, both morning and ovenin;;. On Wednesday atfernoon a social remiion win take place in the Central Hall. At 7.30 the j.aiiie evening a grand inaugural festival will bo lield in the same buildinij;. The following lniniuters are expected: l?evs. W. G. Taylor, of the Central Mission; W. Woolls liutlodgo, .Joseph Healc, -1. W. Ilolden, and George La vorty. The choir in charge of Mr. A, J, Mc Coy will render the followinn choruses: — 'The Radiant Morn,' 'King of Kings,' 'Praisu the Lord,' 'lie-hold the Lamb,' 'And tho Glo'rv of the Lord' and the 'Hal- ? Mujah Chorus.' Tea will be provided for country visitors. Admission free, by invita tion ticket.

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DOES ANYTHING PAY? [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

DOES ANYTHING PAY? Who S1JS aihcitising duosn't piiv? Hero's Rilt\ Hi as , tlio big drapers of George-street, ..bidncn, opposite tho Cathedral, with anotliei h;i,ni)v advertisement in another column- i . . Iast - ildvei tiseiiu-nl. in this newspaper drew - sueli -a Jot ixit business that thev aro con iinumn it n--1it ilong. Without a doubt ltilej Bits no doing' a gigantic business in tho l bait.' mi pncpls I he (joods hi the vari .oils-; parcels cannot lie bought sei-ar:itelv at W'. aiiyfclinii; Iilte llio price.'

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VISIT TO EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

VISIT TO liXPKHIMUXTAL PLOTS. rrotessor Watt, trom tho uopartment of .A^riunlture, arrived at Tamworth this morn ? 0 o'clock lie was met at the Royal Hotel by jMr. Creagh (lion, secretary of the Mechanics' Institute), and other townspeople. Tho visitor was then driven bv Mr. Cieauli in his motor. to the Government experimental plots on Mr. S. Forge's farm on Oxlev sec tion of the .P.Hi Estate. Air. C. W. .Jenkins also placed Ins motor-car at tho disj.i sal of tlio party. The party were met by .several I armors at tho riots, and Professor Watt Mas shown the different varieties of wheat.

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VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT ON MONDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

VAK1LH IjN'J I1RTA1NM1 \ 1 ON MONDAY \L\T ?,,; '.lhu public are loinindu-.l of tho (iilortain- j vinont to be niven m tlio Central Hall next ; Monday nivht. It lias been organised by the .Tninnijith Choir, who aro bein^ assisted li\ ?tho lamworth Orchestra (15 slnim:), iliss , .May Full.iamos, Miss Isobel Jlarkham, -Mr . ? lMorRan, Air. Ucorso Wilsnu, etc. The len Kthy prngraiiime includes four full choruse; b.V tho choir, two orchestral items, three moil s choruses, a whistling solo, 'several vo cal solos, r.n item on the violin by Mr. Solo mons, while Mr. lioIliiK^s will 'tell and ring .of tiro coming fight between Mr. Lord mid ,:Mr. fjevien. A very pleasant oYoiiin-i's in itiucticn and amusement should result and ' us tlio tickets are only . 2/ a:ul 1/ there should . ba r;00'! patronage.

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LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

L \ ND APPLIt A I IONS Mil lollouni^ ipnli ation Inn bicn lodged ,i/.-;Wi till ? ; tlio local Grown Lands Ajjent: — Klisut- e-.ibotlr; McDonald: a.c.n^ UOOa, p.. Dnrlinn, p. . -.lLilI; vWm. luedli. Mason, .n;e.l-..' 300a, c. Dulinu, p Noith Uni ibi, 'ihos ) Hall, i a.«.p.- i30a,- e., Tnglis; . Attun«a ; Edward . .Hnll, a.c.n. 200a, c. Inulisy p. Moonbi; Por «i\al Ij V Mug deton, u p 10'Ua, i Darl m,'-, p Uni ill, Cms Paco\, o- p 80i, c. Pain, p Cill i^li-ui , H N iiiraiuil, a c p. 100 1, c Dnliut: p Lumui , W U Soles,' ot|) loh, ( Pairv i) You on m , -'CliiTTr Pacov,c.l. 210a, .-v. Pnrrv, ? p. - Callaghan : J oil II Giei-n, c.i. I.SOa, c.l'anv, n. ; Amslov : - .A\r. ..If. .Soli's^ c.l . . -KtOa, o.rParrv. li. Yorro Min, Albeit Jonts, il GOa, i Diilin^;, p. IjOW i it.

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LONDON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

LONDON LETTER. (From our Correspondent.) I The London season, the small portion tliero has been of it this year, will soon be over, and- at- the end of this month, the sea-side and country places will bo full -of departing visitors from town. During the last two months evorvthini' lias been rushed to iret all through that had been unavoidably post poned, so that by tho arrival of August, a change of quietness antl rest will be much appreciated. King Georgo and Queen Mary aro paying a visit to Aldorshot, their Majesties being anxious to see the army at work. It is stat ed that the King nnd Queen' spend almost every hour of tho day in inspection of men, training schools, hospitals, and colleges. By their keen participation of in every aspect the soldier's life their Majesties are adding greatly to the interest of the troops in their work. T.ho King is an untiring horseman, and tho Queen shows herself just as eager to learn all that is being douo in the army. A dinner-concert to meet M...

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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (l''rom Exchanges.) WITH STltAY COMMENTS. -.. At. 'Wellington, Mr. W. Lavender has 110 . isheep, most (if which are ewes; and very pro lific ewes they are, as nearly all of them have - just given birth to twins. Of the others, two luul triplets, and ono a quartette. ? v . So. enraged agniiist tho common black piow is the Caicoar P.P. Board, that it bus - determined to banish him from tlio district, ? ???:? ovon at tho cost of a eight-penny per head bonus. . . On Caloola estate, Hatliurst district, in eight months three men only raised 1*100 by v. ; rabbit-trapping ; and yet the inspector re ? -.ports that the place is thickly infested. . . Harrv Livingstone, a Queensland shearer, ; ill five successive days fleeced the slieep at tlis into — 233, 2*25, 237, and 221; total :: for iivo daws, 1153. . ? - And as he gets 2-17 per hundred, ho made ; close un .1.2/10 a day. Tho four-roomed cottage of Mr. W. With ers, at Hohvarra Heights, near Maitlaiul, was totally destro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Serious Chances ARK TAKKN IN NEGLECTING A COM MON CASF. 01-' PILIiS. Any person takes serious chances who neg lects mi attack of piles. This ailment has u tendency to become chronic, anil there is tho further tendency to ulceration and forming ol' listula, which we know are most dillicnlt to cury. The safest remedy for any form of piles whether itching or protruding is .Dunn's Ointment. In using it there is no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made' by it have made it famous all over tlio world. Doan's Ointment enjoys a greutei demand and more enthusiastic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed on tho ' market. Here is a case: — Mi's. J. Webster, Ma rills-street, Tamworth, says: — 'l'or about eighteen years my hus band suffered with itching piles. Tile irri- ! tation wa.s very annoying, aud lie lost a lot ? of sleep. All sufferers know the agony of this complaint, so I need not go into details, ' suffice to say that for eighteen years he suf fered nil th...

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TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. TUESDAY, AUGUST, lti. - Before Messrs. .15. J. Hallidr.y (chairman), JI-.G. Cunninuham, and T. -U. Newman. for withdrawal : — Chas. J''ouracre, o.c.p. 10-101, 320 acres — withdrawn. C'has. Kntu acro, c.l. 10-0, 800a — withdrawn. Ooiisiden'.tion : — Hdward liic'iriard Didlick, s.p.l. 10-1!), *Hyn — refusal rc.-innmcndod. Fran cis Baylis:;, s. i). Is. 10-2'J, 70:1a — refusal rceuin lueuded. Allowance Charles Duck, st. i-ur. lO-.'i', 2il!)a — allowed ; residence to commence any date within twelve months from date. Application to reside in adjacent town: — Wm. Jlartin, st. mil'. O'J-!.1 7, K!J ;la — with- drawn. APPLICATIONS TO UKSIDK IX a.o jacknt town iit'ii''i;sKi). .lames William Couiiland applied lor per mission to perform the condition of residence attached to his Peel River .settlement jmr chaso from 0!)/l.'il, 100 acres, at Tamworth. Applicant deposed to .Mr. M'Donald: 1 have spent about £(-'-0 on this purchase, and there is a contract outstanding involving ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Acute Stoma cli Trouble. jiHiSTOHKi) to moAi/rri hy biuo JiHANS AT 73. '1 tun '.'i years ol' age, and for uuiiiy year:; suffered acutely f rum stomach trouble,' says Mi'. S:i miK'l Hill, of drey-street., Smith lli'ix bane, Q. 'I could mil. keep n particle of food down, for whenever T used to try In lalso anything in the way ol food, T would vomit and retell Kaniethin^ t rightfully. | stomach was in a shoe!; inn condition, and ' | became so bad that I lost nearly -8 noundsi in weight. . I 'I was also tortured I-y severe noli in a pains ( between my shoulders, and over my hips. At. last my health wive way oomplcU'ly. I broke down altogether and became s o weal; that I was compelled to jiivc iin all idea of work ing. I was ill a nhorliiiiL; stale when an ac quaintance conviiieed mo that llile lleanu would 'do me i^ood. I nurchascd a supply, and .started a course of Bde Beans. 'Soon after eonimuwing with this wonder ful medicine, I was able to eat and enjoy my food. As I continued the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

WANTED a BUTCHER. T. KELLY, l''arn\ I'M. 'Lcombcrah.' WANTED. — A Benchman for Sawmill. Aprlv, G. 11. SWAIN, Moonbi. W ANTED; Smart Honest BOY for Back Stcre. P. G. SMITH * CO., 'Where Biz Bu'/.v.es,' Tamworth. '57. OP, COUNTRY.— Wanted a youn;: Girl ..a.' to assist in all duties; j'nod homo. Ap ldv Mrs. SNI-IDEN, Peel Street. W ANTI-ID.— Good General, no washim; or ironing. Annlv, Mrs. II. li. COUSKNS, Nanit-r Street. WANTED. — Two or Three Youths, 15 er lti vears, for Sawmills. Anply, \V. - SILVER. V-iTANTED. — General Servant to coin 9 V ' mence duties about 1st Senteinlier. Wanes 10/ |;or week. Apply, Mrs. ,1 AM 1!S MAGILL, Limbri. '\T5TANTED. — A Boy. to ^o on errands, a ml V V p;encrallv useful about store. \V. 1.. SEXTY, Chemist. WANTED. — At once, good IlulIiKik Driver. JOHNSTON & MAlilv II AM. KITCHEN MAID required for the Armi dale School. Apply, MISS AllllOT'l, West Taimvorth. Gil. SANDS, Peel-street, for your . Bread, Cakes, and Pastry. ACHES AND PAINS, such as R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

| mm SOAP I In the treatment of affec tions of tlie skin and scalp, which torture, dis- , figure, itch, burn, scale and destroy the hair, as j well as for preserving . j and purifying the com- j plexion, hands and hair, | Cuticura Soap and Cuti- j cura Ointment are well nigh infallible. | I 8oI-J throughout thr vrorld. TVpnt.': Ten- ' don. 27. Cliartflrhomi Krj.: Paris, Hup -Ip la IV.lx: Austr.illi. I?. Towns Co.. Sydnry; i 1 n:lla. U. K. Paul, Onlrntt.n: China, Horn: Kong I)r;n Co.: Jntvri, Marilyn. I.nJ., Tokln: So. ; Afrlra, Lcnnon, T.td.. Capo Town, etc.: U-S-A^. Pottrr Urui ft Chrm. Corp., Bole Props.* llio ] Oilijmbus Ave., Dogton. ! Vfl-32-pasrc Cutlrura Book, post-frrp, clvlni? I dMcrlptJon. treatment, ami cure of tnrt*irlr,s;t - -dl3fU;urlas humoure cf tlio Ekin aud scalp. ' Billiards. Alf. - l Boko') Thompson WISHES to notify the public of Tamworth that ho has taken over the spacious billiard saloon in connection with Mr. T. Newman's tobacconist ' shop. Civility and cleanl...

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