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

WANTED STRONG BOY for dairy farm,1 to inilk and general useful. AV. BRUYN, Farm lo, AVallanioro. | A YOUNG MAN, used to driving, also a . little' knowledge of butchering, wants situation. I.D., Post Oflico, Tamworth. STURDY Tomnto Plants and all season able Seeds at GREEN'S Book Arcade. CU1ALMEHS lias four Chairs iu his Ilair - dressing Saloon, 110 waiting. Razors ground and set. IOST Black Greyhound Bitch. .CI re ward 011 returning to G. 'ITltN Klf , Tailor, Peel Street. ? \T AO A NO Y for Two Boarders in Private - Family. Apply, this oflico. VACANCIES for Hoarders, private resi dence, no children. WILTON, Raw son Avenue. HORSKS taken for agistment, 9d nor week. Apply, ft. A. THOMAS, Block 2f}, Gowrio, CATERING for Balls, Picnics, etc., etc., carried out in first class stvlo. G. H. SANDS, Peel-street. WEBSTER— £8/10 Bike guaranteed for 2 years, and can bo bought for cash or terms. ACHES AND PAINS, such as Rheumat ism, Sprains, Backache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica. SEXT\''S Excels...

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

NEAV LEASE FOR AVEAK LUNGS. ? Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and- Colds cures influenza and all lung trou ?'% V' i,m' Obtainable ut all storoB auu Pulliutui's Pharmacy.*

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

Earned, Not Bought. How html it often is to maintain a good reputation, ami how easy it- is to lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in overy-day life. Some tilings achieve a reputation which stays with them. Tlmy are founded on intrinsic value. They face the public hacked up hv honesty, anil work their way quietly, hut thoroughly. People want no better proof of merit than is contained in tlie following experience. Mr. J. Keys, butcher, I'eel-street, Tam worth, says: — 'I used Duan'.s liackacho Kidney Pills for severe backache and for headaches, with excellent results. 1 thought that mv suffering was due to my kidneys being out of order, and hearing those pills spoken of its grand for tlie kidneys, I re solved to try tlieni. Dean's llackache Kid ney Pills have -|uite cured 1110, and I have never had backache or headaches since I used them, anil my general health is far better than it was. I not this remedy nt Pull man's Pharmacy, and 1 can testify to it be...

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

AN IIONKST REMEDY FOlt COLDS. Any druggist can offer you tho choice of a dozen or more cou^h 'svmpx.' But it behoves you to use some circumspection 111 selecting a medicine to put into your stom ach, as a cure for your disease. Remember that you require, for the real cure of a dan gerous disease something more than a mere soothing syrup. 'This is why it will he best for you to tako Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It is a carefully made, and perfected scientific, curative me dicine, prepared witlit he idea not merely of rolieving a cough, but »f curing tllP (]ispasp which brings 011 the cough. It is ap honest medicine which will honestly cure any diseaso of throat or lungs; or if tlio result is honest ly unsatisfactory to' you, your monoy will honestly be returned. ? 'iry it. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* iwsr L_ »-JFCql4a, BtonchUlg cpd M lung troubles qulcftty'ciirfd bv^ ? ? f POWELL'S! I BALSAM 1 - I ? OF 1 I ANISEED | EEft Of all Chenwsla - ^...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our Correspondent). THIC l'MOD I'l ICA I , 'A If J3ITR A'JIO.V HILL. ij-t, i l'assV£° of tllu Federal Arbitration Jiill through the Sonata emphasised some of the most, menacing features of the present political position. In the lirst place it brought into prominence the fact that the .Senate is as comnletelv under tho control of the ono and only Caucus as the House. In i c, 'act, tneretore, anv discussion in the Senate is purely sunerer'ogatorv. If tlie Caucus has passed a Bill through the House m a particular forni it can also miss it through tho Sonnto in tho same form. If, for the sake of appearance, it admits 1111 amendment in the .Senate it would have ad mitted^ the same aiijf:ndni9nt in tho House. It fol ows that tho constitutional purposes for which the Senate was inaugurated are 21.C onnmlntnlv ? ditlons,' ng jf jt had been formally abolished. Its function now is that of n tlicrel v formal, and quite superf(uous, registering' depart ment. 'J hose Sen...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. 'Hie following n the concluding; portion of the report of hist meeting of I'cel Shire Council : — KNGINEWS KHPORT.S. Iload l)uri to Gowrie (letter from Mr. J. Smith, Linden Vale, Gowrie, complaining of bud state of road between Gowrie and .Mrs. Hough's). — The! track previously in use has Ooen cut on ny r.'io I'laimway ., suo division, making it necessary to provide and . partially clear a new track,' and to repair j gullies tliereon. At another j'.htco near by a gully has been badly scoured. Maintenance man Strcetim; was instructed to proceed to Gowrie on Monday lust and effect the neces sary repairs. — Adopted. Cutting and removal of'j'.reen timber on tho P.It.C.S. area roads. — 1'' . I,cath!y, as sistant engineer, reported. — On a recent trip 011 tho road along the northern side of the Manilla railway line, I noticed that some green timber had been cut on the roadside, along tho lino of fence oE one of the now P.H.C.S.A. Farms, and 011 inquiring I found that t...

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

you arCi you wau( jlealtij ^ WKJ »nd y°' are Pretty sure to liave it, so long as you keep your ® Ml stomach and hver in working order— able to digest food H ? thoronghly. .Mother Seifiel's Syrup, the purely herbal tonic, 9 wll enable you to do this. It will tone and strengthen your £1 stomach, stimulate the action of your liver and bowels, and thus cure euch troubles as pains after eating, headaches, Duiousnessj^iiidigestton, constipation, sleeplessness, suijcniia. mother j SEIGEL S SYRUP fetter still, it prevents all such digestive ailments, makes food nourish you, and thus builds health on sound digestion. Mr. » Murray, 177, Berkley St., Carlton, Victoria, says: — 'For ^ suffered greatly from indigestion, headaches and con* stipation. After only a few bottles of Mother Seigel's Syrup.* Ijwas as healthyjis ever I had been.' yfMft CREATES APPETITE - GIVES 'GOOD DIGESTION fW ENSURES GOOD HEALTH W\ ^ ? Take it daily, after meals. ? ? ? ? ? n OUSS SMEBUSH ARRANGEMENTS ''l g aro now com...

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

A iNLYSTEHIOUS FVKNT. Many physicians seem to think it a my»- I terious event when thoir patients— whom' they cannot cure — are -quickly relieved and! . restored to health by ? Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds; hub therej is nothing mysterious about it. Dr.* Shel- I don's New Discovery represents lh«j* latest' - '? knowledge of tho day in tlio piut'tico oi l Die science of healing, and does not follow ] any of the old-fashioned methods of tlio I materia medica. It goes right' to the point'-} of infection in all cases of throat and lung^ i trouble, and by means that/ are all' its. owm ? drives out the disease and heals tlie nffcctt-b ed parts. 1/(5 and 3j~. Grrtainable at alJl/j stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* Notice ANY PERSONS found ? SHOOTING, SNA1UNQ or oDirnvise trespassing 1x1 uny of my paddocks ivill ho prosecuted. KI5ITII OIIjIj, Moonby.

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

SPORTING. .. . (Hy 'A»iatuur.'j j I V i.tllior n strange tiling Una hoiws , -l!' tint fslmiu over u distance on the I.U, nearly always, when nut to tlio jumping business, turn out good Hurdlers. ' Lemon- i hurdle lace on Sntuidiiv t Cant,.rl;llry P.y-li, ,R of (lie number, n as il, is tins I torso s second attemiit-nvor lah-l/ eart 1 '''S At some tuiiiMir other. u hc.rs0 tlini Wi * cm c l»inK sonsntionnl tfnliops on tho tritiumi t atk. manages to reproduce that form witii till! colors ill) , a!tlioii»,li at times it wears a punter out following tlieni. During the last couple of weeks notJiiiii; lias been imlloniinr hotter (!,«„ Fortius -„? the tnu'l' ^till' lVis foini in a coupln of races recently was verv disappointing. On .Saturday lie was onii-'lit in a galloping mood, and putting in a bril ll?n Vl''S- ' 'mniV-'ed lI-!,vn tl,e 'fiVvorite in : the I'l.Miig Handicap by a short head. His win wns-aiiticipatcd by a lar-d» majority as f'i' ron'to'' l,ut-»'een liim and tho -..Hv 'Ti4 n'...

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

What a grand family modicino Aycr's Sarsapa rilla isl Good for tho IhJ'—./J? child, good for tho par out, good for thc graud parent. Genera gTf of itinthohouse. Sometimo jypr during tho year somo momber of tho family will cortainly need it. Yoiicansurclytrustaincdicinotliatlias boon used for ovor sixty years. Tested and tried, aud uovcr found wanting. AVER'S . Sarsaparilla is tho host family mcdicino that ovor was mado. It makos puro blood, aud uuro blood is tho source of good health. vis tioiv made, Ayer'.t Snrsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are manyimitationSarsaparillaa Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer& Co.. Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. FOUL BREATH The old saying that 'Distance lends cn point than when applied to those people whose breath is laden with cvil-smclhng ' and offensive odours. Many persons ;-p-r pear most attractive at a distance, bi.t difference iiow \ .bdautiful a. M H ii woman may be vantage when ever she comcs into contact with other peo...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

, BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, August 28. I lamworth. — 11 a.m., Air. A. G. Warner; 7.30, p.m., Rev. E. Pocknall. ' Duri.— 3 p.m., Air.' F. A. Dawson. Oguubil. — 11 a.m., Rev. ii. Pocknall. Dungowan. — 3 p.m., Rov. E. Pocknall. Rov. fi. Pocknall, . Pastor.

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

It was Paddy Muldoon's silver weddin', Muidoon, sor, is one of tho best — But 'tis whisky and tears they were shed ding, For Pat had a cold on his chest. He'd pains in' bis feet and his throttle, And 'tis thinner he was than a skewer, But we saved 'the spalpeen wid a bottlo Of AYoods' Groat Peppermint Cure. WANTED.— A Benclimaii for Sawmill., Apply, G. H. SWAIN, Moonbi. W ANTED. — A Young General. No wash ing or ironing. Apply to Mrs. AYhite, Fitzroy Streets ? ? WANTED MARRIED COUPLE for dairv farm, five miles out of town. Apply, H.' N. FLASHMAN, Dnri. Road. 'VrOUNG LADY, 24, requires situation ill .V small adult family at Lady Help or Light Gonerai. Good references. E.C.B., post Office, AYest -Taimyoi'Ui. ? ' WANTED.— Good general Blacksmith, ac customed to light and hoavy work; also strong vouth as striker. Apply AV. SILVER. ? ? ' '* \rANTED.— General Servant to .colli ?y Y i inonco duties about 1st Sopteniber. AVages 10/ per week. Apply, Mrs, JAMES MAGILL, Liinbrj. ' ' . ? TT7ANT...

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SALVATION ARMY. Sunday, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

SALArATION ARA1Y. Sinuhiv. Aniiust 28. Taniworth. — 7 a.m., Knee Drill; 11 a.m., . Holiness Aleeting; 3 p.m., Free and ? Easy; 7.30 p.m., Sa'lvation _? Aleoting, , Adj. Hilder. ' ~ Bectivo. — 3 p.m., Capt. Alarsh. ?

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

What the Post Brought Us from London! When we opened our mail this week, we found some very palatable news. Our London, buyer writes that he has purchased for us 200 pieces of Floorcloths and Linoleums at the low prices that existed before tlie rise. Hence we can promise our friends some marvellous values this season —prices fully one fourth— perhaps a third in some cases — -less than these . goods -can be boug'ht for in Sydney or elsewhere. Don't buy yet — wait for these new Floorcloths and Linoleums to arrive — you'll be glad. ?«.^W PALACE TRADE ^dsN^JAMWOKTH ^ IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION .SALE, TAMWORTH DISTRICT. HIG1I CLASS AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING PROPERTY. RICH LUCERNE FLATS. ACRES. EULELLA ESTATE. acres! .. Situated on tlie PH10L RIVER, 20 miles from TAMAVORTH (macadamised road to tlio door), adjacent to AVoolniniu Post and Tolepliono Oflico, Daily Mail. XOHNSTON & M AHKII AM (Tamworth), liave been favored with instructions from J. 1'. Perfrement, list | . , to sell hv Puhl...

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

MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. ? 0:0 ? (From our Correspondent.) . Tlie tender of D. Jordan has been ^epppt ed for th© erection of a Methodist pav-son.ago near tho }iosnita.h Mr. Pierce Healv will deliver a IectiU'o on ?'Character Study1' on Sopteniber Cth. Raccs 'will be held by the Jerry's flams Amateur Club, early in October. Steps aro being taken to havo a watev sup ply for the town, and levels have been ^akr en, and, so far as the Public Works Depart ment nio concerned, tlioro need be 110 delay In having a .supply schemo put in execu tion, It is rumoured that Overton' has changed hafids, and that, the purchasers will turn it into 1111 experiment and stud farm. . Belltrees exchange blocks will ho available for selection 011 September 1st; a large num ber aro likely to go to tlio ballot. A fair number' aro having their applications pre pared already. New buildings aro in course of erection, and strange faces aro to be met in the streets. Tliero is 110b a vacant house in town. Mus wellhrook i...

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

Fatal Bronchitis. i'Jil'S, THIS NEW UHJSATllAllLiS JtliMEDY. 11', iis the winter udvniiees, ,v-iu begin to l-u trouhxd witli it dry rough that gets more rrequrnt and nicUs tlio elirst — if you Imvo heiirsrness nnd shortness of breat h 'and often1 make a rasjiin^ noise in tlio throat on account of tin* phlegm accuiuulalcd therein — if you I easily take in- arc made to eolith vio lently -m rximsiiij^ yourself to tlie. raiv open air, anil il you ehe.st leets raw, pain-j fill or ti;;lit. then you must know that vou aro already in the grin of lironchitis. ' ' ltroiK'hitis simply means inflammation ol' . Urn bronchi : that is, tho tulics that fork right aud left helow tho windpipe and eonvev air to tho liui-;s, Tho terror of linmrhitis is that it threat-' ons to stop up the breathing passages, the1 ? cough beini' Nature's effort to clear an open-' lii^ when these passages are getting blocked up. I lho rational and up-to-dato remedy is found in Peps. l!y tin, iimeiiuitv of man a spletulid ...

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Proposed New Methodist Church. INAUGURAL CEREMONIES. £1020 IN CASH AND PROMISES TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

Proposed New Methodist Church. IN AUGURAl' CEREMONIES. £1020 IN CASH AND PROMISES TO DATE. # The Methodist community havo just held inaugural ceremonies in connection with tho proposal to build a new church, nnd they havo been very successful. On 'Wednesday afternoon a social re-union took place at tho Central Hall to meet tho Revs. AY. 'Woolls Rutledgo, J. \V. li'olden, and G. Lavertv. Tlio Rev. .Jas. Colwell was I cMairmiu1, and thero was a largo attendance. Words of welcome were extended tho visit ing clergy by Messrs. AV. A. Bourne, A. Hewlett, P. J. Arnold, and S. R. Wa.lker. I he clerics suitably replied. Beforo the gathering dispersed, tea wjis handed round to visitors and country friends. In the' hull, at night, there was another big gathering, Mr. John Denning presided. In asking Mr. Denning to take tho chair, the Rov. Jas.^ Colwell spoke of Mr. Denning's long connection with the church, and inci dentally remarked that that# day was tho 44th anniversary of Mr. Denning's arr...

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"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

'UBIQUE,' Ihe Scientific Bushranger. ., 11Y CLARENCE AV. MAHTIN. ...Author of 'The Bush Emblem,' 'Tlio Lust - of Hate,' etc. CHAPTER IV. — (Continued). lou speak somewhat bitterly,' she re turned^ 'Has a woman deceived you?' ? 'Not up till yet; but a friend of mine — ?; aye, and one of the best friends a man could : wish for — died by his own hand through tho filsenec3.of a woman.' -'I hope yon do not think us all alike, ' ?: sho said, conscious of her duplicitv as she spoke. 'No! I do not go so far as that. Still, I - think a woman of tho description named wit1 have a lot to imsfivor for. ~ A woman like - that would make a devil of any mail.' 'What would you do, if a' woman decei ved you?' silo questioned, at tho same timo ; wondering how this jriant of a man would . tnko .it.'.. A curious 'dark-blue, voin sprang up in the centro of his forehead. If. gave his usiiiilly ? good-natured face an expression of lierce and ? settled determination. ? 'Sho would bo sorry.' lie sjioke tho wo...

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TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. MONDAY, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. MONDAY, AUGUST 22. Application by James William Couplnnd for three, years' suspension of the residence condition attached ' to his settlement pur chase osyiai. It was agreed that the evidence taken in tho caso of tho application to reside in Tam worth should he the evidence iu tlio present caso. 1 lie Hoards decision was as fo.lows:— \\ e consider that due cause has been shown for a suspension of the condition of residence. Wo accordingly suspend such a condition for a period not exceeding three years, such per iod to terminate, however,, before the expiry of the three years should the Government iii the meantime provide for the purpose of carrying children to or from s-liool a vehicle travelling by or from any point within two miles of subject land or erect a school house within two miles thereof. Any period ofj suspension' thus obtained to be added to the ordinary period of ten years' resilience, and while tlie suspension obtains the applicant to keep a deputy...

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The Man on the Land. OWING FOR SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

The Man on the Land. OWING FOR SEED WHEAT. Tho information lias been elicited from the .Minister for Agriculture by Mr. J. C. L. i'itzpatrick, in regard to seed wheat supplied to farmers, that the amount written otf to June 30 last was A'17,-193. Of tliis amount no less than £10,029 has been written od dur ing the last three years. Other sums have since been written oil. ine unlancc now ow ing is £11,177/7/3, and nearly the whole of this amount has been allowed to stand over until tlie end of this year, and in the mean time inquiries are being inacle as to the ability of the debtors to liquidate the am ounts' owing. In any case where it is found that the debtor has gone under owing to bnd seasons or drought, the claim is not pressed, and the amount- of the debt invar iably written off. lho same will be adopted in the future.

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