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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

CATHOLIC CHURCH. lamworth. — St. Nicholas' Church, Alass ? every Sunday at 8 and 10.30 a.m.; on week days at 7 a.m. Sunday School from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. Rosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Evening devotions every Friday at 7.30. Baptism and Churchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday, August 28. Dungowan. — Alass, 10 a.m. Very Rov. Dean O'Neill, \T.F. Rev. AV. A. Alullins. Rev. T. A. O'Brien.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

Saunders and Siittor, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND PROPERTY SALESAIEN, FORWARDING, TRUCKING, AND GEN ERAL COAIA1ISSION AGENTS, URALLA. LAND AGENCY A SPECIALITY. AUCTION SAL US OF STOCK AND FARAl PRODUCE) ETC., EVERY SATURDAY.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. 14th Sunday After Trinity, August 28th. Tamworth.— St. John's, 8 a.m. (ti.C.); 11 a. 111.,- Itov. C. Dickens: 3 i-.in., Cnild l-cn's Service; 7.30 p.iii., Rev. \- . F. Harris- Walker. Attuuga. — 11 11.111., (H.C.)), Hov. W. F. Harris- Walker. Aloor Creek. — St. Luke's, 3 p.m., Rev. W. F. Harris-AValker.

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NEW PEEL STREET BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

NKW PKN1, STREW BUILDING. Mr. It. A. Stan field's tender has been accepted for the erection of Mr. \V. .Johuston\s new premises in Peel-street, in ac cordance with Messrs. Bishop and Alderman's plans. . 'lho premises will consist of three commodious shops with 12 upstair officcs. The whole will be constructed of brick and tho roughly up-to-date in every respect, with marble and metal fronts to the shops and handsome covered awning over the footpath.

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THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

THE UNION. r lho following are the averages for tlio ?o6s)U ,0 ' ^1 ' l-Jl'S'l 'C' Union niatclies, season Batting. ?S ^ ? ? ' = £ ~S 2 S * w . - - Read. II. G. II. ..... 9 2 87 312 11.5 Breakspear, C. AVr . . 7 0 67 184 20.3 Leak, AV. H. . . 8 0 101 101 21.2 Alaguire, A. J. ...... 8 1 33 111 15.9 Hayes, Joe. . : . . r. . . ?! 0 3-t 52 13. AIcNamara, N. . . . . . . r6' 1 21 55 11. Scott, AV. D., 5 0 27 GO 10. Tribo, AV. H. ....... 4 0 21 39 9.75 S-sloy, 'S. N. 4 0 17 31 7.75 Rixon, H. AI. ...... .7' 0 10 48 6.9 Steele, J. W. . . ; i . . 6 2 8 14 3.5 Ewens, H. 4 1 -1. 8 2.7 ?Bowlins. . ' - -. to 0) _2 = M : - 2 k I - ? £ t ? Head, II. G. H. . . . .*?' 25 313 12.5 Rixon, II. AI. ... i. ....... 16 , 212 15.1 Alaguire, A. J. . 8 122 15.2 Steele,' J. AV. 14 229 1G.3 Scott, AV. O. .......... 11 '185 16.3 .Tribe, AV. H. ........ . 2 52 20. Breakspear, C.r'AV. _ ? 3 94 31.3 The annual meeting of tho Union will ho held at the Commercial Hotel 011 Friday night next, Soptomber 2nd. All cricket...

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PHILHARMONIC CONCERT AND OPERETTA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

PHILHAHMOXIt: CONCERT AND OPERETTA. I In England it is no uncommon thing at the present-day to find institutions endowed and dedicated for a certain purpose, ana still carried on a'through the object for such endowment is almost forgotten, and the in stitution become obsolete. Such an instance is taken by Stephenson, the clever librettist, of Dorothv. as the theme of ono of the wit tiest little mirth-making operettas every pen nod. It has been set to music by Cellier, the composer of Dorothy, with the result that 'Charity Begins at Home' is one of tlie most' tuneful little eomic operas that oyer de'iglited an audience. Readlecot is ft vill iage which has seen better days. It was then that tlie charity which goes by the name o[ 'St. Swithins-by-the-Pump was endowed. Mr. Bum*ms (Mr. p, G.' Smith), . tlie fieadle, who has charge ' of ' the institution, is in troublo because the nonfulfilment of certain conditions would mean the loss of his salary. These rules demand that' the village p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

B. Confinement Indoors, hafd a B work, Lick of fresh air, and home J ? wordes, ? 'renders' the women-folk ? I more prone to indifferent health B ? I than any other member cf the S household. Both' her^nervous and H physical systems get out of orders I she bicomes 'nervy' and irrit- I able, and suffers from biliousness, R headache, digestive disorders, I stomach trouble, loss of appetite, B constipation, anaemia, blood im- I purities, and other ailments that owe their origin to deranged liver action, ^ For such troubles, Bile Beans are unequalled. Being purely vegetable, they work hand in hand with nature, regulate the» stomach, liver, and bowels, strengthen' tlje enteebled organs, tone up the nerves,' and purify the blood. * Price, rs l\tl and 2s (Jit per box, - of till Chemists twd iitoiYS. ONE BEAN-ONE. POSE. '

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

TENNIS. On Saturday last Manilla visited Tam worth, and alter a pleasant game, defeated the local team. Scores : — -Men's Doubles. Wall ida. \- and j.UcCov v. Telfer and Jlhix and 6 — 4. o— (i. B&nd! (^5. Sh01,he,'d V' Hartl--V i,'d Mixed Doubles. „ . IllaxTand0?— (i.UU' J,cC°-V V' M,S' List'' »'-' an«lTrffePrf2-8aml V' Miss AViIsl,ire Telfer3 i-t' 1,1,(1 JlcCo-v v.' Jlrs. J.isttm and anaXtfih'-T1 McC°y V- Ve'ess nndBIatt - «rs. Liston and1 TclfoerX5-6''d ShelI,,ord v' Miss Wilslure andlafe? S,,C^ .^-. Veness W{&oPAnHTS'4^. Vml0n V' M!SS M.-ss F. (Wens and Vernon v. Mrs. Tyiston and Tllaxland 0—1. Miss F. Coiisens and V'ernon v. Mrs Voncss and Hartley fi — I. Miss O. Cousens and Hiillidav y. JIrs Vctness and Hartley 0 — 2. ' iJi'i** °' i,,ul Hallidav v. Miss A\ilslnre and Blaxland 0 — 5. °. t'onswis --nd Hallidav v. .Miss lVilslure and Telfer .6— 4. Miss O. Oonsens and Hallidav y. Mrs* liioton and Telfer 0 — 1. ManilV 9 sets 85 rramcs, Tamworth 8 set* (8 £ames. ' ? ?...

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PROPOSED THROWING OPEN OF LAND ON THE HIGHLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

PROPOSED THROAYING OPEN OF LAND ON THE HIGHLANDS. At the meeting ot the Municipal .Council on Tuesday night, a letter was read from the Acting-District Surveyor, giving parti culars of a proposal to throw open land on tho hilly couiitrv to the east of tho town. On further inquiring wc learn that the land is within an area bounded by a line running through tho trigonometiea! station, north about half a mile, and' about 15 mile to tho | south, following the top of the ridges, then easterly to tho road ad.ioiniii': the holdings «'f Messrs. Carniiehnel, Godliold. and Clearv. | The town lands wi'l not. be encroached upon | for the nearest part of tho area to be thrown onen is the other. side of the range of hills. The land described forms part of a reserve under tho control of the Council, and that body's sanction is necessary before it can be oil, up. The proposal is six blocks of from 108 to 100 acres, in addition to four blocks further back over which tho Council havo j no control. Th...

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CRICKET ANNUAL MEETING OF ROYAL STANDARD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

CRICKET I ANNUAL AIEHITNG° OF UOVAl, STAN DARD CLUB. Tlio annual meeting, of the lio.val Standard Cricket Club was held at the Imperial Ho tel on Monday night, Mr. .1. Viekery, vice president, being in the chair. The report, as follows, was read and adopt ed : — In presenting the Annual Report of the Koyal Standard C.C., it may be said to the credit of its members that, notwith standing having suffered to the extent of five points loss on the lirst two matches of the season, which made a difference of G and I points between your club and the Cari tons and Albions respectively, your club lin islied up the season level with Albions on ?! points in front, and 2 points behind Carltous, the winners of the competition. Your club was most unfortunate throughout tho season. Though the first match of the season was won by Albions, it was iu reality a three point win for the Standards on account of the umpire making n very pronounced blun der. However, tho Hoval Standards had to .submit to th...

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IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN A R HAS. The Peel River L. and M. Co., Ltd., no tify in this issuo that they intend submitting If; auction sale at the Central Ifall on AYed nesday, 28 September, a number of bu.siness and residential sites at AYest Tamworth rang ing in areas of from 31 to 15 1 acres. 'Hie land is very conveniently fituated, is out of flood reach, and has a natural and oasv drainage. No better sites cou'd bo obtained for residential purposes and the suburban portions are of the richest soil and admirably adapted for market wardens and orchards. There is such a demand for land within the municipality that these areas should prove an exce'lenl investment. Messrs. Garvin and Cousens and Johnston and Markhani arc the auctioneers in conjunction, and thej; will lie pleased to supply full particulars. |

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P. R. FARM TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

I P. R. FARM TRANSFERS. I In connection with tho applications for traiisfnrs of Peel River farms heard by the 'ocal Lair! Ihiard. recently, the following, figures will be interesting. In the caso of ; the application for transfer from D. Hayes to K. F. Byrne, it was shown that the con- 1 sideration money was £500. Tlio improve- 1 ments oil the land amount in value to over, c.inn ...wl ii, „ uiivi ..r r-QQ/o/i*. „„:.i ill deposit fees. C. P. Dowe to A. iMcKin-| lion : — Consideration liionev .€500, improve- I liients £202/1/8, deposit, k-es £114/12/1. E. AY. Stewart to J. J. Carey: — Consideration money. £500, inuirovements £300/3/, deposit fees £101/5/0. T. Siprel to J. Gore:— Con- [ sideration liV-.ney £587)10 /. improvements C249/5/, deposit fees C282/0./10. Tn estimat-j ing ithc value of the improvements no ae-, cninit was taken of the time and supervision of the holders of the farm.

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LOCAL NEWS. HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

LOCAL NEWS. HOSPITAL BALL. Hio eomnnttee of the recent ball in aid of the hospital wish to thank Messrs. Gray stou Bros, for cooking poultry ami hams, and air. ilobson for dressing poultry.

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AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. A .special meeting of the committee of the Agricultural Association was held this after noon. A sub-committee was apnointed to carry out arrangements for tho stallion par ade on Sentember 22, when a Government inspector will attend for the linrpose of mak ing examinations with the view of the issue ol certificates as to soundness. It was de iiueii Mini i-ne 11111 SHOW lie lie.il on iMarcli 20, 30, and 31. Six applications wore re ceived for the position of secretary, under tlie new conditions. A ballot resulted, in tho appointment of Air. J. R, AYood, tho - present secretary. Further particulars of | tho meeting will bo given ill our next issuo.

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A PECULIAR EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

A PECULIAR EGG. .Mr. »J . MJuett to-day showed us a duck c-g'.; of peculiar formation. Ac tually there are two eggs, which are joined together, and 111 Clio Clin bo seen through tho shell tlio yolkj \\ hi st the other e«jg shows the wiiite.

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

HELD OVKU. Owing to pressure on our space wo am compelled to lio'.d over several items of in terest this issue, including a report of the. Gimiicdah Show, Mr. Lord's meeting at AVallabadah, the Attunga R.C. Ball, and correspondence.

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THE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

'I'M E HAND. r 0 . °''n Rand will render a lirn^rainiiu; of iniisie in tlio Brisbane-sired park -on .Sun day afternoon, eoinmonoing !tt, ;] -i clock. It ; . is tlio intention oi tlie Rand lo take part in r-w tlio approaching musical contests at Narra . ?. bri.

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

AYEATHKR FORECAST. I 1 assing coastal showers, otherwise gene rally lino with .southerly winds. Cold, log-' gy, frosty nights inland. I

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PROFESSOR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

PROFESSOR A? ATT 1 m lessor H ; 1 1. 1 visited Manilla 011 Monday 'd was nif't and driven to several farms ? . 1).\- M r. Stoddart . president of tlie Farmers . , Settlers Association. He lectured at v-;.- night- to a la rue audience. O11 'Wednesday : £' -\ Professor 'Watt journeyed to Annidale.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. ! September 12 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of- GIBB & BEEMAN, LTD.. tho well-luiown Opticians of 6 Hunter-stroet, Sydney. Consulting | rooms : Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any oyo troublo, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. I Ono qf tho principals personally visits Tarn- i worth (Chas. Gibb, lato principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman, late Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra cloiigh), who havo boon visiting this town for some years, aro the principals, so clients can rely on tho most expert Eye service in con sulting us. Next visit : Monday, September 12 ARK YOU KORK? i Does vour back ache? Have von neural gia? Do vou know that Dr. Sheldon Magnetic. Liniment, will cure you? It is the only external i omedv that will take out all the inflammation. Tt can't help biit do you good. Obtalnab'o at all stores and Pullman's l'hanuaey.*

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