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

METHODIST CHURCH. ? An continuation - ? t the inaugural ceremon-' les of tlio proposed new -\T c t,li( ;(] ist Church ; the Rev. James E. C'arrutbors will I .?? ???jirencli at Tamworth 011 Sundav next at 11 - .J'M'Wl 7-30. Mr. Ca mi there will also preach at 'Oxlcv at 3 o'clock. 1

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, August 28. lamworth.— 11 a.m., 'In Everlasting He . membranco.' Rev. James Cosh, U.A., B.D. ; 7.30 p.Jii., 'Germany Upside down.'' Rev. James Losli, B.A., H.D. Tangaratta.— 2 p.m., Rev. James Cosh, B.A., B.D. .. Oxle.v. — I p.m., Rev. James Cosh, B.A., li.D. Dungowan. — 3 p.m., 4th September. Rov. James Cosh, Alinister.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE DEMAND FOR RAILWAYS. NUNDLE'S CLIM. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

THE DEMAND FOR RAILWAYS. ?NUNDLIi'S CliAI.M, - J-rtic:-3 to the 'S.M. Jlerald,' L/.I'.C. writes: — ' Tlio settlement of farmers on tlie land round about iNtuidle will be attended with one serious diflieiiltv in the want of railway communication. From Nundle to the near est. railway is Jti miles, tlie distam-o between Amide and lamworth beiiiu tlio same as that between Nundle and Quirindi, on the -v. Li.v.ii _ Liunay. it- is manliest that this (listanee is too great from a railway to per mit nroli table marlietin;; f„r the jin.tlucts of tlie lai m. I he residents have agitated for 11 railway, but hitherto tlie land was held iu 'a rye estates, and tlie need of a railway was not so pronounced as it is to-day, when the land is being closely settled upon. Wherever possible the young men of the district sur rounding Nundle have secured grazing areas for rlieep. This is, indeed, the onvl method utilising the land, owing to its isolation. Ihdre are many instances here where men made a start...

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

White Star Une LONDON AND LIVRRPOOL, VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'AFRIC,' 'MEDIC,' 'PERSIC,' 'RUNIC,' and 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £31 3s. London, £1!) to £H0. Now York, Boston, etc., £25/5 to £30/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA TION. Cargo of nil descriptions carried at lowest rates. Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and Amorica on most favorablo terms. The highest class of insulation ia installed for tlio satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozon Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, oto. For Rates of freight, Pamphlots, eto., apply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Port3. Aberdeen Lin@. NATAL, CAPETOWN, end LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REODIjAU. First and Third Class Pas songora carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £10 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10: 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round tho World Tickets from £1...

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

Iu Memoriam. llOBlNSON. — In fond memory of Eliza, wife of J. II. Jlobinson, who departed this life August 20th, 15)00, aged 77 years. Delovod by all who know her. BUlUrKSS. — lu loving memory of my dourly beloved wile, Kmily, who departed tliis life on 120th August, 1009. ?% ' lisjnird to break tlie tender cord, When Jove has hound the heart. ! 1 is hard, sr» hard to sneak tho words, We for a time must. nart. Inverted by her loving husband, AV. Unr gess. ? ? '* ? UURGKSS.-— In loving memory of our dear sister and daughter, Kmilv 10. A. Bur yess, who departed this life August 20, A painful slioek, a dreadful blow; Ob, iMuily, dear, we miss you so. Our loss is great, we'll not complain, out trust, in God to meet again. Inserted by her loving mother, sister and brother. ?g^fjn^;Traratwrrr The TAMWORTH OBSERVER AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2(-, 1910.

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Colly Creek Conditions. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

Colly Creek Conditions. Now that tho sale portion of Colly Creek has been definitely decided 011, wo have tak en early r opportunity .(says tlie 'Quirimli tlazette') of waiting 011 C. P. Thomas, Esq., solicitor for Mr. W'eatherley, and to whom is mainly duo the drafting of tlie conditions which havo been approved by the Minister for Lands. Mi!. IH.iomas very i:|;iirteously piaeetl me iimuuuit; iiimm imniuii at uui uift posal, so us to give the public the earliest op portunity of studying the conditions. Tho sale is to take place as early as. possible in No vember iu Quirimli, and the auctioneers will bo .Messrs. William Cadell, and Fleming, Mobey and lioss, in conjunction, with -Mr. Mrunker as salesman. Tlio laud will be ofFor ?.cded -subject to reserves which will bo ap proved bv the Minister, but , which we are assured will be by no means extortionate, as it would of course not be to the interest ol' the vendor to have any left 011 his hands. The area to bo sold will be about 15,0...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

METHODIST CHURCH. , Sunday, August 28. [ lamworth. — 11 a.m., and Y.30 p.m., Rev. Joseph Beale. ,' AVest Tamworth. — 11 a.m., Rev. James Col well; 7.30 p.m., Air. S. R. AValkcr. Attunga.— 7 p.m., Mr. R. llarley Jones. Hallsville. — 3 p. ill., Air. H. Harlev Jones. AVinton. — 3 p.m., Air. D. Bowman. Gidloy. — 11 a.m., Air. R. Hurley Jones. Oxle.v. — 3 p.m., Rev. Joseph Beale. - - Coekburn. — U p.m., Rev. 'James Co'well. Goonoo Goonoo. — 3 p.iii,, Air. J. Partridge.

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Manilla District. Saturday, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

Manilla. District. Saturday/ August 27. Airlie. — i .30 p.m. - . .. Sunday, August 28. Bendemeer. — 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Hailing. — 3 p.ni: Mnnilln. — 7.30 p.m.. (Supply). Rev.-Norman Alcivie, B.A.

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

SYDNEV. .lo}in Hiidjce and Co., Ltd., report having sold at Klemin^ton on Monday, the 22nd August, on account of AVm. Mulcahy, of Lii'.y»«r N'owley, AVee* AYan, a draft of ex tra prime bullocks and steers to £11/10. Thc 10/8/ 1*01 tbo splendid average of 2W10. Sfhutu, lVl nnd Co.. Ltd., renort under date 22nd Au:riist:— ' . , Judging by tho animated competition enr ?'^nt at i*re?urit for practically all descrip tlons «f sliooi'skins, wool values should he fairly well maintained nt this week's salon. LoiiK-stnjilcd wool in liVbt, free condition wn| nrolmh'v be in comparatively small bitp Jily until the roirular weekly sales open, so lhat any available at tho ensuing auctions should ( realise satisfactorily. On tlie other hand, ii is to feared that short, bnrry, nnd heavy -comli tinned lines ^enenillv. wil! bhow some wealcness as compared with Inst Month's auction prices. AVjnchcoinhc, Carson, Limited, report: — y hoat.--This market continues very uu fcutlleu ruling in accordanco with...

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

YOU WILL BE SURPRISED How much better you feel if youi^ stomach is 111 food condition. Dr. Sheldon s Diges ?' live Tr-bules will improve your digestion at once ?Price,' 2/(1. Obtainable at nil stoics uud Pullman's l'hanuaey.* I

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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

AUCTION SALES OF PUODITCH , .. ? »SjJ)XISY. Tliursdav ^vc.t.'ie auction .sales held this inornimi -ill commodities moved off brisklv and chieflv nt late values. The attendance of Inners wasl couslderablv better than that of the'provious ?? ' Choice forage, commodities met with strong suport, while other grades were I Of sale. Potatoes were in fair sumdy me buT cfIUtl,e ff l°- 'whit^kins fornuni1 t!-e at r/'! ;.^ - ' Prilnu redskins sold ni J' ' infelJJ' g°°d l^rownells at 0/ n c.hum at o./3; medium whiteskins at 3/4 to 3/9 inferior at 1/3 per cwt. Choice quality chaff changed hands at -I j, prime 3/9 to ?12, -good 3/-I to 3/7 luediun' 2;8 to 3/2, iu' nmv' l' 7r' t r lucerne hay jn small ba'es illui/ .j',- f10''.3/ to 3/0: prime large bales 3/ to 3/o ; medium 2/7 to 2/11; medium dumps- from 2/9 to 3/2. Jlediuni oaten hav «ent under the hammer at 3/5; good derrick a? T/4 n V8' M,f7io1' 'SV'Fde tl,niins sold 2/- nri n 1 . 'lute oats brought -/ - prune dry yellow maize 2/0 to 2/7 Curren...

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H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. ? Experience. — There are two distinct kinds of experience, and they differ vory much in regard to value. Tho first kind is tho ex perience of one man, the second is tlio ex perienco of a number of men oacli making separate study and investigation, and each subscfiuciitly comparing his recorded ''csults ? witb 'those' of his brother observers. . This liittorkind, this combining aud comparing . of different individual experience? is the scielitilic method for a firm like H. A. Har racloiigh, Ltd.. and it has been onuiloyed bv this firm for many years past. ' the firm possesses a stosk of accunnilated and svstematised know edi/e tiint eculd not be secured by anv firm of men, however com petent, in less than 25 years practice The fir in visits Tamworth regulai i\ , .iikI will shortlv notify tho date and place ol fortlicoining visit. Appointments by lellei to H. A. liarraclougii, Ltd.. 38o Gooiav Etreet, opposite Strand Arcade, Sydney.

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

MAil aud CONDI, Auctioneers, ' , ? HAVE FOR SALE . ' ' : | FIRST CLAtJS, FARJIINTi 'PROPERTY, Situated handy Manilla, by a good road. School o'oso l»y. Area 040' acres C.P. country all first-class wheat land. Tho whole area arable. Good bouse, 5 rooms, 3 verandahs, bay and machinery sheds, orchard of 100 trees, 500 acres under wheat. Fenced by (j 'wires aud divided into two paddocks. AA'atered bv largo 'dams. Big supply. Price, -.£5/5/, with one-third share of crop given in: Splen did home. Highly recommended. CHEAPEST PROPERTIES OFFERING IN TWO l-'ARMS OF, 2100 ACRES AND 2500 ACRES ADJOINING: Situated handy Texas. 25 miles from rail way. Country all low, ridijctr with rich' flats, siiiti'iTo ifor .fat^uiug, dairying, tobacco or lucerne growing. 'Timber all rung and dead , on liolh proportion. Fenced with 0-wlres and subdivided. Per manently watered by creeks and springs iu all seasons. Prico £2/1(1/,- and £2/12/0 per acre, Freehold. Good terms can bo . arranged. Owner will sell one...

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

REA1EA1BEH ! 3'HUNO IS AN ABSOLUTE CURIO FOR COUGHS, COLDS, INFLUENZA, AND AM, OT1IEK CURAHLH CUKST TKOUHLUS. IT'S HliALLY AlARVELLOUS IIOAV QUICKLY AND COAIPLHTHLY PRUNO conquers these troubles. MO'!' Ill'', US ! Always net, PRUNO for vour It:i liv's wild. Its absolutely flee from all poisonous mutter (tliis is a verv iniiM-rlant item for your baby's future welfare). It is very pleasant to take ami will cure baby's cold quicker than anything else .vou enn net, SO DON'T UK PUT OFF, ask for I'HUNO AM) INSIST ON GUTTING IT. PRUNO is sold hv all Stores and Chemists throughout this district at 1/0 and 2/6 per hot tie. If your Storekeeper has none in stock, I will send you if bottle (Post 1'aitl) for 1/G ch 2.'(J YOUlt STOREKEEPER HAS MV AUTHORITY TO RETURN YOUR MONEY IF PUUNO FAILS. , Sole Manufacturer — J. E. HOWLAND, 247 Hunter-street, Newcastle. ALFA-LAVAL' Cream Separators I - 1 r x 1 'L-K-c-' MILKING MACHINES. | jjO| IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. irifiM ?fH STAND^^T£^£^G1N]GS jRL...

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

REMEDY FOU KIDNEY DIS i ORUE15S. Mr. A. nnttclier, of tho Star t'.iul Gartar Hotel. Sluri-fltroet, Adelaide. writes us .saviiitr: — 'J-'or ten yearn I was ii great sulVeror from anil was uml- r ill. etui's' eai' ' Hie greater part of tlie time. While In nijony, some two months as-i, ur.e of * my friends Insisted up.ni my trying ?Warner's Hafe Cur.-. I am pi-'sed to say that, after tal.ins the ej:'!e:its o£ three bottle:', I found niy.se'.f relii.ved of pain and restored to ;;ni)..i health, t can and will recommend Warner's Safe Cure to anyone I may know who suiters from the same complaint.' Mr. Hotteiier's experience is tile normal experience ot tiio.se who resort, for relief ill eases of kidney anil liver disorders to Warner's Safe ('ore. For over thirty years this remarkable me dicine lias been ilolnu its benellcent work. If your kidneys or liver arc n (Tec led a few enquiries made amongst your friends nnd acquaintances will, no doubt, result In ynur iicarins' of cases similar to ...

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A GOOD BALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

. ' A GOOD BALL FOR A GOOD CAUS10. . Tlio town should go to tlio country in large millibars 011 Tuesday next, August 30, tlio oc . ..ciisioii of tho Attunga Ball, in aid of the -'.Tamworth Hospital. Excellent arrangements havo been made' for the function, including ' I he supply of first-class music (by Leis and Schdrowski) and, as usual, the menu for the '?j. 'Slipper will embrace all tho choice viands ? ? a rich district can provide, and ninny other -thiiigs as we»'l. The price of tickets is fixed ' at 4'. and at that fi'.'.ure the hall should be ,? .. filled wit.h dancers anxious to help a worthy ?.f .cause.

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

SCHDTE.BELlACO] LIMITED A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brolurs, linch liciul of tlio Counmny directly controls a department of tho' business, mill L'ivcs personal iittciition lo disposal of nil consignments. Tlio Company fells only WOOL and PRODUCH, so tlio whole time nnd attention of Directors nnd .Stall' nro concentrated oil securing entiro satis faction to consignors of these lines. Call and see them when next in town. Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney,

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TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

TO-MORROAY'S FOOTBALL. Last and AA est lusts are booked to meet 011 the oval to-morrow. Both teams will be without tho services of some of their best 'men. Nott (blast's five-eight) was injured : _ ill the union match at Maitland last Satur . ' day, and a couple of other prominent men are not nvai'able. The match between East Goeoiuls and Moonbi should prove, one of the - - ; most interesting of tho second-grade compe : tition.

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

GRODNO WINES Awarded -SJE$VJ3-R AI/ IfTRJ&'T' PRI^l^S Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney ! G1 en truim Whisky, ? -V ['wool brokers. ? 1 ? ? I FAT.STOCK SALESMEN, STOCK and STATION AGENTS j I I recul'-r \f&B sheepskins. HIDES. TALLOW. )] - I sales OF yl/nni RABBIT SKIHS. MflRSUPIftL SKINS, (I j M ITUvL WHEAT. OATS. CHAFF &e.. .. fi\ Jg Circular Quay, Sydney. ' SMART TIES. - ' We're showing' an exeei)tionalJy dainty assortment of Oxford and Broadways in plain and fancy patterns. The splendid variety will render a g'ood selection easy. They're worth your inspection for they are certainly worth mo.re than we're ask ing for them. Oxfords, 3d to 2/6; Broadways 1/- to 4/6. ? . ? i JW 'Wliore Meu Dross Better,' ? » f ? Peel-street, Tanrwortli. Home Beauty ™||f|Pr at Small Cost. |R Nothing cau equal the exquisite beauty of a Wunderlich H H Metal Ceiling. It is amply decorative— hygienic — germ H - M proof — fireproof — and lasts as long as the house stands, H I ? Our Il...

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MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

MDLLK. ANTON1A DOLORES' tlONCERT. 1 ' 3Idlle. . Doloi e.s' coiK'ert on the 7 til Seplem- | her' will be uudoublodlv 0110 of the pleasant : incidents of the present musical season. Tho great .singer, - wli-is-^ preparatory work for lior career as a public sin^or was remarkable for prolonged industry and unceasing atten tion to detai', has thus been able to nc()uire . met who has such a lengthy list of songs at her immediate command. At her concerts she sings perhaps ten or twelve soiigs aCl dif fering in Etylo and charm, but, undisturbed in tho slightest degree she with fascinating affability siliKs, encore after encore 'until 0110 wonders how all tho beautiful songs can be stored in one ?brain. To hear this sweet sin ger is to possess for all time a treasured mcm nry of a love'y voice and a delightful art. ? The 'Ian for Mdllo. Dolores' concert- will bo at Green's Bo::k Arcade 011 AYednesday, 31st just. ? i- ' '

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