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METHODIST CHURCH. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

METHODIST CHURCH. BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, August 21. lamworth.— II a.m.. Mr. .1. I''.j(|: 7.30 p.m., 'Ihe AY ert.'i oj a Man.' Rov. 10. L'ock liall (Communion). Philin. — 11 a.m., Rev. 10. VswUunll. iJective. — 3 p. 111., liev. 10. VoeknaU. Rev. 10. i'ockuali^ Pastor.'

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

C1A LL and see MeDONAM) A~. 1I()I,M I0S, 1 two doors from Prestrol tV, ?when Inly ing your footwear. Good (iunl*ty, 'ihv prices. Deiiiiam Cottago JSrwrsiMg' Home. ARMll)ALK-l!OAl-, TAMAVORTH. Prineipa! .. .. ? ? Aideitonj Resident Nurse . . . . . ? ? ? Nurse Kalilier, Alembcr A.T.J^.A, Teluphono 134,

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, 21st August. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. .Sunday, 21st Aimust. 1 lamworth. — 11 a.m.. 'The Dew,' Rev. .James Cosh, U.A., l!.l). ; 7.30 11.111., 'A way back disciple.' Rev. J'. 'Cosh. Currabubula.— 3 p.m., 'The wounds of a friend.' Rev. 0. Cosh. Tangaralta. — 2 p.m., 28th August. Philip.— 1 p.m., 28th August. I Rev. James Cosh. .Minister.

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Manilla District. Sunday, 21st August. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Manilla District. Sunday, 21st Aintust. Manilla. — 11 a.111. and 7'. ISO i«.in. \ ' Sonierton. — 3 p.m. (Special Anniversary Ser vice), liev. A. P. Cameron, I!. A.., of G!eu Inn*.-. Rev. Norman MeKic, 1! . A .

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Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Parish of AVest Tamworth. Clergy: Rov. William J. Gerrard. 13th Sunday after Trinity. — August 21st. AVost Tamworth,— St. Paul's, 8 a.m., Holvl Communion; 11 a.m., Mattins and Holyj Communion; 7.30 p.m., Hvensong. ' I ^ estbrook.^— (Mrs. Markwell's), 12.30 p.m.,', Sunday Sriwol ; 3.15 p.m., Kvensoni;. G001100 Gcoiioo Road. — 3 y..m., Kvensoiig. Goonoo Goonoo. — 7.30 p.m., J'Jvensong. 15'r'- — (.Mrs. Payne's), 7.30 11.111., Kvensong. Parochial District of Nundlo. Rev. G. E. Rrown.

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

CATHOLIC OHITnnn Tamworth. — St. Nicholas' Church, Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10.30 a.m. ; ore week days at 7 a.m. Sunday S--ftool from 9.30 to 10.30 a.111. Rosary, Ser inon and lienediction, nt 7.30 p.m. Evoning devotions every Friday at 7.30. Rapt'snr and Churehings everv day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Very Rov. Dean O'Noill, V.F. S L. Rev. AV. A. Muliins. » ?' ? Rev. T. A. O'Brien.

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Northern and North-Western Racing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Northern and NorthWest ern Racing Association. . The first annual meeting of the Northern and ^sorth-Westerii Racin;; Association was hold at Oliphnut's hotel, Tamworth, on Fri day, and there wero present a representa tive gathering of' delegates of all tho prin cipal clubs in tlie North and North-West Thj! following are the names of those pre sent: — W. SI. Borthwick (Walclia), in |,'i ? clinir; E. Hull (Deopwater) ; J. J. Curley (Worns Creek); A. J. Swale (Quirindi); j r . SHii'tni (Uralla): J. J. Jlaclntyro (Glin w-. Innes); G. Nott (Armidalo Turf Club); G li. 'SVnght (Moree): Ij. Mice (Inverell); H. I. SlcGee (Wiu-ialda) ; H. AV. Curtis (Armidalo1; ???:.: . - John SlcDounld (Narrabri) ; H. B. Slunro - v . (Bmpra) ; SI. -P. Biixner (lenterfield) ; .. (lamworth); J. Js. Long (AVallau ? - garra): T)it J. P. Ssxton (lamworth Amatour It ace Club). . «bv«KsW.-- -.5 ho. .following. -import . was read by tlie fya-z :.v.v---.socretarv,- Mr. Y. J. Cohen: — 'Yom committee lias much pleisur...

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

RKJIEMBICH! l'RUNO IS AN ABSOLUTE CURE KOK COUGHS, COLDS, INELUEN /A, AND ALL OTHER CURABLE C ill', ST TROUBLES. IT'S REALLY MARVELLOUS HOW QUICKLY AND COMPLETELY PRUNO conquers these troubles. .MOTHERS! Always get PRUNO for your Baby's cold. It's absolutely free from all poisonous matter (this is si vorv important, item for your baby's future welfare). It is very pleasant to take and will cure baby's cold quicker than anything else you can get, SO DON'T BE PUT OKK, ask' for PRUNO AND INSIST ON GET'lING II. PRUNO is sold bv all Stores and Chemists throughout this district at l/ii and 2/(- per liottle. If your Storekeeper has none iu stock, 1 will send you a bottlo (Post Paid) for I/O or 2.'6. YOUll STOREKEEPER HAS S1Y AUTHORITY TO RETURN YOUR SI 0\M II' PR UNO I' AILS. Sole Manufacturer — J. K HOWLAND, 247 iluutor-street, Newcastle. HOW YOU MAY BUY I ; AT SYDNEY PRICES. 1 : SHOPPING with DAVID JONES, LTD,, is tho easiest, cheapest and most H cflootivo way of buvin-; anything you rcq...

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

A MYSTERIOUS EVENT. Many physicians seem to think it a mys terious evoiit when their patients— wlipm they cannot cure — art? quickly iv'iuved antl restored to health by Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds; but there !k nothing mysterious about it. l)r. fc'liel d 'ill's Now Discovery reprerents tho latest knowledge of the day ill the practice of tho science of healing, anil does not follow any of tho old-fashioned methods of tlio materia medicii. It goe.i right lo the point of infection in all cases of throat and lung troublo, ami hy means that are all its own drives out tho disease and heals the affect ed parts. 1/0 and 3/-. Obtainable at ull stores and Pullman's Plu'imacy.* '

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWOKTU. (Jamil ;md Cousens' rurort Craving held their usual weekly sain of tat nnd stnre stock on 'lliursday, ISth insc. : — Knt Sheen. — Tliuro whs » very b.'^ yarding of fnt. sheep, with only a few yens of i',ood cjuality, the balance comprising very medium wethers and owes. The deniiind whs not keen and owners' values appe;irin£ to he in ad vance 'of owners' ideas of vatuo, few sales were effected at rrires .« lightly lower than last sales. They sold: Account Mr. K. -J. Pr.vor, 17 merino wethers at 12/!, OJJ do. at 1 212, It) do. culls, at- VJI. I''at Cattle. — A small number forward, com l-i;isiny; chiefly nrime quality bulbrlis and steers, including a line lot from Uestive es tate, which made to Competition : was very brisk all through, ami the sale. war- a good one, all lines making to values in excess of last week's rates. - They sold: Ac count -Bective estate, 0 bullocks at C8/13/, 0 do. at .C8/0/, fi do. at £S/7./, () -!-». at £3/3/, 4 do. at £3; account A...

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

gfnnedah. l.ncon an*l Co., report:—-* *. Store sheep market continues active lor * all descriptioi;-. especially early shorn young wetllers and e\\\v;. Crossbreds and ewes with crossbred lambs at foot also selling well. Our , ' sales this week, (1500 wethers and 000 mixed; in lots. , ' Store cattle in fair demand at reasonable {'icrm'tvi. ImMocks. \vell-t£lOWlK steers ttlld llOI fcrs in-|uired for, and cheap cows suitable for boiling ami canning purposes aho selling. AVe offer 200 mixed at auction on. 19th. l'^at stock readily saleable lor station de livery. AVe havo lar^e orders for fat cross bred lambs. Horses. — Draughts aud farm sorts, . spring cart aud lorry , s'irts bringing top prices. Good useful saddle ami harness heroes aud well-bred ponies also selling readily at full values. Properties iu GuimedaJi district continue to attract inquiries, also leaseholds in north west, AValgett district and on wes'.ern ' liny, cheap properties Mudgt'e-Bunedoo wov up tu £ HHi() ^ureluiPc. ...

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

1NVEKELL. Alfred Earrand rep.orts h.aving sold during the hist week (direct fr.'»m owtwu-s^: Account Messrs. AVanu*r, McLean and Uacon, of Gjmnee, 5000 wethers, a very line lot; Mr. AVillinott, Easthohn;'. 309 mixed wesuiern: Mr. Grice, Oa1-wood, l-'O fat r'leep: Mr. J. A. Autlemm, Newslead, 150 e\vcr.;Mr. Dnn aM biewisrl, 'laic.dev Guyer (In conjunct ton with Ware, Urnmdit'in and Co., Tamworth^, 700 wethers. A .strong demand rtill exirfa and several lines are. now beitu»; insjiecteil. Account Mr. T. (J. Eatlu'r, of Oakwood, 200 acre^ of freehold laud, portion of his valu able farm, one of (he best in Iho district, at a satisfactory price, lie ha:; inquiry for other, properlier, from oulsido buyers in tho oistnet and hopes to report satisfactory busi ness in tho near fuiuro,

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

SYDNEY. AYinehcMnbe, Carson, Limited, I eport : — T.Jie usual fortnightly auctions of lur skins were held yesterday. Buyers attended in large numbers, but opossum values were about 1/ per do/.oji lower. Prices, howerer, are still about /?- per rent, lusher than iln.r.c ruling at this time last y.ar. |'o\ jjntl other skins .ioltl yesterdav at about late rates. We sold 71.9V, skins. ' Sydney, Augiiot 13, J9J0. ilarri-;ou, Jones and Devlin, Ltd. . re port : — Wheat. — TJie continued reports of general ly improved conditions on the London and continental markets have materially altered the condition of affairs lately prevailing lo cally, and tiiis, combined with some cheap interim. freMita j-fFeriug has enabled jdiip .jing buyers ta increase their purchasing lim its to 1/ for prime K.A.O.. delivered at Dar ling Irtl'.'ud. Millers have also eorresponding Iy advanced their bid;, hut far, are oper ating wrv sparingly. Second j.rades an? jell ing at 'Ai& to 3/9; chickw!ic:it, ?)/?.)...

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Politics of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Politics of the Country. The Minister for Defence .(Senator Pearce) statos it might be a subject for considera tion at the Imperial Conference next year what international recognition might be ac corded to the Australian flag. The Federal Government was urged by Air. Horton to advance money ' for tlio erec tion of central sugar mills in Queensland. Mr. Fisher thought tho Government- had no constitutional po\ver to advance money in tho way suggested. Tiio members of the Amalgamated Hailway and Tramway Association on Saturday night expressed appre ciation of the Government's action in re gard to the superannuation scheme. Speak ing ill support of the scheme, Alv. »T. H. Catts, AI.H.ll., said that there had liecu,' within eight years, 10,000 railway and tram way men killed or injured in this State. At tho first annual dinner of the Public Sorvico Literary and Dobating Society ot New South Wales, Air. Acton said the So ciety had started well, and .they were pro gressing triumphantly. As...

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

People enlightened by experience take California' Syrup of Figs for two reasons— because it effectu ally relieves constipation, and because its tonic effect on the organs tends to overcome the possibility of the costiveness becoming habitual. It is this two-fold assist- . ance, combined, with its pleasant taste and gentle action, that has made California Syrup of Figs the most successful and .widely - used laxative in the world. J3e sure you. get the original and genuine ft '' NATURE'S P LEASANT LAXATIVE,' ^ \ Of all Chemists, in two sizes. - THOSE WHO . SUFFER FROM WEAKNESS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS OF SLEEP, POOR APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, OR INDIGESTION, SHOULD READ MRS. MORLOCK'S LETTER WRITTEN TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND HOW IT CURED HER For ihe relief of indigestion, and the creation of good appctit*, ihcrc is no equal lo this reliable medicine. Women who suffer from indigestion should read this document, as it is true and of value in every p.-xiticalar. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. 'F...

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CALENDAR—1910. AUGUST—[?] DAYS. [?] OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

CALENDAR— 191Q. AliClJST-XXXl DAYS. 1-M.1KK.S »-!?? Till: JI-IIIX. Nuw Moon ? : ? ill ii. 'I..W p. mi. First Quarter ? IHlli. I J 1 pin. Full Monti ? ii 1 st . 5 14 a in. Lust Qimrler ? 281 Ii, I- I!:! it in. S'l S' llUMAKIt.UII.H HVUN'Rij I ??? ' § 1 I .£ I J- % O p |t/. — .?/. i. x I ' ' I hi. i' !-- '-? 1 M (i -is,-. I I :i *1 12 IS 2.T11 0 .17'n i,-- .1 1:1 1 in 3 w fi 47 '5 io a hi if 4 Th - fi .ifi'fl i« fi ir. :i ifi 6.F (i 17 7 I ?! n,S ii 43 is 7 m fi 11 V*- 11 111 Sunday uf. Trin. (I I!) 8 HI 7 :i 8 M Ij 41 5 211 8 4fl S I O.'Tn ' II 405 20 !) lo I) 2 10W ' (j :!!) ;'- 21 !) 42 !l nS 11 Til li :W 22 10 8 1(1 '1 1 12,1' «.:i7.'- 22 10 :i.'- II CO ' III S. ?' ' .' (I 311 5 2311 f) n. in. 14 S 12tli Sunday (if. Trin. fi ;)(i/j 21 II 111 12 4fi 13,M fi 35 5 24 pill. 1 l-*t lGi'l'il 0 315 25 1 2 2 30 17 W li 335 25 1 53 3 3fi ISiTh « 32 5 20 2 51 4 30 1!)V fi 31 5 20 3 01 fl HI 2(1 R fi 30 5 27 4 5!) fi 2 2l'S l.'itli Siinilny uf. Triu. (j 28 5 2S fi (i fi 40 22'M fi 27 5 20 7 ...

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

SGHUTE.BELLiCO. LIA1ITHD A Progressive Company of Woo! and Produce Brokers. Israeli head of tlio Company directly controls n department of tho business, and eivos porsonal attention to disposal of all consignments. - Tho Company sells only WOOL and PRODUCE, so tho wholo time and attention of Directors and Staff nro concentrated on securing entiro satis faction lo consignors of theso lines. Call and sec them when next in town. Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney,

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FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

EA H.A1 1'lliS' PllODUCK SALES. ' SYDNEY. Thursday. I 1'he pniduce auction sales this morning worn largely attended hy retail merchants and eveorters. Choice -|tialUy elm IV met with fr'trrng suerort. Prices acecpterl showed an advance of 5/ person. Medium and inferior grades funned tho bulk of tho offerings. Sel Irrs had to be content with a reduction of 07 1 per ton. Lucerne hay declined to the ex tent ol ??/ p'jr von, whi'f wiieat, ,vh(;wed an improvement oC Id and mai/.j 1/2 bushet. Potatoes iirin at late prices. Choice quality chaft r.old at fiom 4/3 lo 4/3: prime 3/9 to 4/1; good from 3/ to 4/4 ; medium 2/0 to 2/10; inferior 2/3. Inferior lucerne chaff com manded 3/. Prime lucerne hay in largo hale.; realise;! 3/ ; inferior 2/. Coed Manito ba wheat brought 3/11 \ : prime ch'ickwheat 3/9 J ; medium 3 3 ; inferior 2/3 to 2/91. Prime dry yellow maize sold at 2/3 and 2/7 ; me dium Care barley 2/3A. Choice table retf-j skin' potatoefj went under the hammyr at 7/3; prime 0/4 to 0/10...

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Nundle Political Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

Nundlo Political Notes. (I!y 'Toiler.') -\ 1 tli the advent of Air, MeGarrv unon tho public platform, the i^Iiticnl li'dit lias liero contnu'iicod in ciuni'st. A!lh(m:;h Mr. Lord had, uroii t«o riircnt occasions, yisitc:l the district in furtherance of his candidature, there .seemed to he 110 interest taken in tho lort.'icomini; content, but since -Mr. .McGarrvl has poured the contents of his political gut tling Klin, with 110 uncertain aim, into the enemy s camp, the friends and sunporters of the old war horse have accented tlie challoiijj;e and are now galvanised int:- activitv, mid Jud^iiiK by their- rn wa id nmrcji thev 'proinise to rout the enemy upon the oventfiil dnv in no uncertain ipaamer. . Mr. McGarry addressed 11 well-attendc-l meeting in the Kuliool of Arts lien- on Mon day eveniiM; last ill .simeorl of tho candida ture of Air. l.ord, and received ail attentive | hearing. He i:' a ;(or:d. fcircihlc .sneaker, and made out a i.'ood case from his point of view. At the conc...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of liast Tamworth. X./tJi fcunilay after Trinitv. — August 21st. ' 'lamworth— Sb. John's, 8' a.m. (.H.C.) ; 11 a.m. (H.CJ.), I?ev. \V. 1''. liarris-AValker ; 7.3(1 p.111., Rev. W. F. Harris-Walker. Xemingha. — All Saints', 3 n.in., Rev. W. b\ Itanis-Wallcer. Linihri. — St. Rarnabas', 10.30 aim., Rev. O. Dickens. Moonbi. — St. Andrew's, 3 p.m., Rev. C. Dickens.

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