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OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

OUR LADIES' LETTER. (By 'Reseda.') -I he tome of tho moment and one of all jj ... absorbing interest is the movement set afoot by Miss Nellie Stewa'rt on behalf of the jvm, .Kadttim I'und. It is hardly necessary to in h'ini lav readers that Iiadinm is the only i .i Kiiiiu ii ctue for that cruel disease cancer. . Hie iihivement has for its purpose the siip - l-l-ni^ ot Badium to Sydney Ilospita], and j I iluil tv(piire £2000 to so furnish the hospi- ' I: bil. I lie nuin in the street, who vets blamed i u«t luwst sayings, is reported to have said that the existing Government might easily Mitiply this smali sum for so national a need, liuwmer, the Government is not supplying tin; necessary funds, f.o the public are re l apmiiliiiy; most generously to the call. Dur : in^ the week, seats for tho approaching mati nee were auctioneered amidst much enthusi asm ami fun. Miss Nellie Stewart was pre heat and received no end of laudations and compliments. ''Our NVIie,' as site is popu hu'lv ter...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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DURI NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

DURI NEWS Hare Drive. — Another of a series of hare drives, under the auspices of the Duri Gun Club, eventuated 011 Monday, August 22nd, and, like it's predecessors, proved most, suc cessful. A start was made from AFr. ,T. Bielefeld's homestead, something between 30 and '10 shooters nut in 1111 attendance, ? and wit) 1 ideal weather and plenty of game a good (lav's sport was the result. A halt was H 1..- 1. ..i 711.. n ii:..i..r..i,l'- f...-.., mane ior iiiiicn in «? 'n-icii3-i .1 ....... (l'.R.C. Resumption). Hungry and tired, the shooters sat down to a sumptuous limoli provided bv Messrs. C. and Al. Bielofcld. Alcsdnmes Bielefeld (2) .and I'ankhprst at tended to the several wants. The hares wero despatched to Gunnedah for freezing purposes. * Political.— Air. .1. J. Lord, the aspirant for ? Parliamentary honors under tlie halior flag - was advertised to speak here 011 AI011 dav, 22iid,' at 3.:l() p.m., but as most of the male electors wero absent at tlie bare drive. 110 address wa...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

PIGEON SHOOTING. . Pigeon shooting matches promoted hy Tamworth Camsing Club were held 011 'Wed nesday morning, with the following re sults : — „ £10 Handicap, open to all comers. — Mr. G. IjYu, Tamworth (21 yards), and Mr. A. AV. Steele, Vi a'cha (~l- yards), divided with three kills each. Tho other comnetltors were AY. Wri'jrht 22 yards. D. Trim' 21, J. Kord 23, C. J. Written 28, J. II., Written, 21, AY. Lord 21, L. Dowe 23, Eiles 21. J. H. T,mVl. 91 G.r.eenhiOi' SO. ^£0 Novice Scratch Match, onen to novices woo have never drawn prize money. Shot off nt 25 yards. — Mr. Jeff. Written (Tam wortli), and Mr. Giles (Arniidale), divided with three kills each. The other competi tors were D. McKinnon, 1). Trim, AV H Weeder, 'Poni Pom' A Kafrn, AY. Carter, M. Connors AV Lord M. O'Connor, Dixon C. Davis, lircoks, and Jim Britten.

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. "OBSERVER" CUP COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. ? o :o ? '0BSKKVHKM CUP COMPETITIONS. (By 'Critic.') Aloonbi enjoyed a substantial victory over Kast seconds on Saturday. When those I teams met last the collision occurred at Aloonbi, and the result was a drawn game. Saturday's game was marked by a large am ount of interest in consequence and it was generally admitted thc match would be will ing and fast. Mutters were equal in the first stages of the game, and East held their own, although Moonhi wore putting in a lot of effective work. Tlie countrymen scored first through a try, which was converted. With a lead of five points, Aloonbi kept Kast at hay till the whistle sounded the ppell. ^ Karlv in the second half Kasts became ag gressive, and as the result of some nice work, .ioups scored. Bussell added the extra two points, and the scores were equalised. However, Aloonbi were out to win, and they set up a determined bombardment of the enemy's line, with the result that before time was up. they annexed two more u...

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A POLITICAL CRUISE. AND SOME PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

A POLITICAL CRUISE. AND SOME PASSING NOTES. (Bv 'Quanda.') O11 Thursday last, Mr. It. .11. Lorien loft Svdnev to, in another stage, further his poli tVja\ 'canipr.f&li. That the Father of tho House is still in good buckle, will lie admit ted, considering that after an all night journey to Tamworth, arriving at o.30 a.m., ho took vehicle for Niangala and Swamp Oak, speaking before live large meetings bo f(«e !ie returned to Taimvortli late 011 Satur (hlv niirht. Me drove close 011 a century of miles, and then took the Brisbane mail to Sydney. That is a trip many younger men would feel somewhat trying. At the junction Mr. J. Burr was iu wait ing and drove Mr. Levien to Xiangala, where the residents in full force were in waiting to receive him. All this part of Tamworth electorate, fnun Dungowan round to Xundle and Swamp Oak, has been con tinually under Mr. Levien's political eye since his entrance into. Parliament, 30 years come 2nd of December next, being included in Tamworth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

WANTED MAN to milk. A. STOKES, Farm 13, Tamworth. WANTED First Class Joiners; 110 duffers need applv. STANl'TELD'S Joinery Works. ' XTr ANTED MARRIED COUPLE for * t dairv farm, five miles out of town. Apply, H. N. FLASHMAN, Duri Road. WANTED Three Strong Lads for Dairy farm, to mill: and tr.eneril useful. '\j-- ply this office, or W. Jiruyn, Walla 111010. WANTED. — Man for country ; must be able to milk and kill. Apply, this Office. , WANTED. — Good general Blacksmith, ac customed to light and heavy work ; also strong vonth as striker. Applv \V; SILVER. ? 'V%7' ANTED. — General Servant to com '« V i meuco duties about 1st September. AVages 10/ per week. Apply, Mrs. JAMES MAGILL, Limbri. WANTED, a Competent Wrool Holler, to commence 19th September. Refer ences required. Also Youth, to mill; and kill and be generally useful. References requir ed. Apply rto ARNOLD H. PERFREMENT, 'Oakleigh,' Currabubula. DR. NASH, M.L.C., of Sydney, wishes it to be known that he has nothing to do with a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

AN HONEST RKMKD.Y FOR COLDS. _ Any druggist can offer you the ehoiec of a dozen or more cou^h 'syrups.'' Dut it behoves vou to use some circumspection 111 1 selecting *n medicine to put into your stom- , neh, as a cure for your disease. Homember| that you require, for the real cure of a dan-; gerous disease something more than a mere soothing svrup. This is why it will be best for vou to take Dr. Sheldon's ISow Discovery for Coughs and Colds. ^ it is a carefully made, and perfected scientific., curative me dicine, prepared witht he idea not mevely of relieving a cough, but of curing the disease which brings on the cough. It is an honest medicine which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lungs; or if the result is honest ly unsatisfactory to you, your money will honestlv be returned. Try it. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.*

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the of our correspondents.] "ELECTOR" and "MOONBI SAM." (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse tho opinions of our correspondents.] '?ELECTOR' and 'MOONlil SAM.' (To tho editor.) Sir, — Iviiully allow mo to trespass on yonr columns again to reply to 'Klector's' letter in last Tuesday's issue. He says I liavo gir -?11 tlie Labor Party in Tamworth very ma terial assistance. Well, I am :rJ;ul I have done good in some way, but his letter has ll'im fltnir r.ivifcnunf - vori» ivlum I lie accuses tho Covcrnmimt of class legis lation. Have wo not in evidence even* day the nets ol government? When* wove ever tlio conditions and wages ol' tho worker better than they are to-day? . Thc honest worker himself is well satisfied; thc men that used to line the roads carrying their swains have all disappeared, it is only tho paid agitator who is dissatisfied. Sincc tho inception of the Liberal Government, look at f Nil the good legislation thev have passsd. liook at the Closer Settlement Act that has put thousands of families on the lnnd. The Tioe...

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BESSES OF THE BARN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

BESSIOS O' Til' BAli.N BAND. I I Ho liesses o th liarn nand is again eroat ing n great sensation throughout Australia. It gave seven performances at l)uiux.lin \o houses crowded to sufFocation on each occa sion. Tho season concluded with a great open-air performance at which no fewer than 21), 000 -people paid for adtmssion, and iu the smaller town of Inverearmll two rmwnrtu were jjiven with tlie same marked results. ! The Otago ''Daily Times,' in referring to | tlio performances of the hand, who appear at TnmwortJi on 'Monday next, says: — 'Great things were exported, for tlie hand's reputation hud come on ahead, hut the rea lisation eclipsed all anticipatory joys. 'Hie instruments, each and every one perfectly mumpuiuieu, coiiiumeu to proouce a grand organ tone thiit set every listener's ears tingling with pleasure, and evoked storms of applause. It was a revelation in the possi bilities of bund music, and must he educa tive to our local handmen as it is enjoyable to the general j...

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THE LIQUOR PARTY AND THE "LIBERTY OF THE SUBJECT." (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

I/ 'THK LIQUOR 'PAttTY AND THK (-LIBKll- f TY OK TH10 SUimCCT.' I (To tho editor.) bir, — I lint able woman, .Mrs. llelon ton, scored oil the litiuor party -and their : pica for the1 ''liberty' of the subject' nicely j iu her address in the Central Hall -m Thurs- ' day night. The li-|unr party and many of tlie moderate drinkers cry out' against ^110- : hcense because it interferes with their per sonal liberty to sell and drink lienor after Mirei'-lifUis of the uuhlie have declared theiv |M)inion that in tho' interests of thc commun ity they should not — and as on example of how the li'jnor men interpret the 'liberty thc subject,' when their own interests aro »t stake, Mra. Haiton told the meeting that when she went to Moree the publicans instituted a boycott, and threatened to boy cott all the tradesmen who iu nnywav show on iavorahle eouutenanee to ^Irs. Barton's nieetings or no-license. Kven the 'busman JvJin drove her party from the station was liovcotled. Tn tlie light of such d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

YOU AVILL BE SURPRISED IIow much better you feel il your stmimcn in pjiod condition. Dr. Shuldon s iJigcs- | live Tubules will improvo your digestion at mice. Price, 2)0. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's l'lmnuacy,*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

The TAMWORTH OBSERVER A.\'I) NORTHERN ADVERTISER. 'I'll K, SPA V KVK.MXfl, A U (ill, ST 30, 1!)1q' ?

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CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

CONSULT MR. - S. A. UASSI5H. Mj-. S. A. .llasser, the! eminent Arienna optician, holds the very highest certificates secured bv actual -examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and Xuw York. He is also a (nullified 'master of -the British Op lical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give tlie greatest, nnssiblo number' tho benefit of his skilled services and makes no cliargo whatever for consultations, or for carefully . +..o(iiitr the siVht. His coming visit to this town offers a splendid opportunity of having tlio oves nropei'lv attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to the studv of the eves of tho young, and parents should note this fact, and bring the children to him for examination. A fow minutes' now may savo groat expense iu the fn '.lire. Mr. Basser is solo agent for tho 'So Easy' rimless glasses— quite the most- comfortable it is possible to get. He employs no agoutis, and may be consulted m i-crsoii at the Itoval Hotel, Tamwort...

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LOCAL NEWS. SPARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

LOCAL NEWS. MTAIMMJOWKKTT BUILDING SOCIETY, ^uiouier appropriation in connection with Jie ahov .. « ill take place at. the Odd lellows I hill to-morrow night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

NEW LEASE FOR AVKAIC 1,UNGS. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds cures 'influenza and all lung trou bles. 1/(5 and 3/-. Obtainable at. all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.*

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ATTUNGA NEWS HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

ATTtlNGA NEWS (From our CorrcsiumdciiL). . HOSPITAL 15AIJ,. ' The annual -n.C. Hall,, one of the i-liicf o\euts ol the j-ear buro, evontiialcd on Tuok tliiv evoimiK, m tlio Attun^a Hall. Tlio re sult must Jiavo ylafldciK'd tins hearts ol' our onm-Kotic committee. The arrangements lul't notlinig to he desired. Ilio hall, with hunting, intermingled with acacia and xanthorrhoea' and festooned with Kreoner.v, formed a liictnie whic.'i must Have delighted even those whoso ta.stes do not trend towards thc aesthetic. About !)0 ' couples, all devotees of Terpsichore, and aimnm whom was a fair sprinkling of Tam wort.'i visitors, assembled to do justice to tho splendid music as supplied bv Miss Mac Namara and Air. Tains. Messrs. -I. Carey, A. Doolan and Iv. Byrne made efficient Hi S.C. Punctually at 12 o'cJork an mljourmnunfc was made to our. newl.v-ercctod supper iwjm — a splendid 'acquisition — where tables tenia li ed under tile load of ^ood tilings jirovided which must have delighted each...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

I'-V: W i'V ^ White Star Line LONDON AND LIVKftPOOL, 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 3a. London, £19 to £30. Now York, Boston, otc., £25/5 to £30/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA TION. Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest rates. _ Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, arid America on most favorable terms. Tho highost class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produco, Fruit, etc. For Ratoa of froight, Pamphlets, oto., apply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Nowcnstlo, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN, and LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas sengers carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £16 to £20. Saloon — Capo and .Natal, £31/10: 3rd Class — £13/13 to £17/17. Round tho W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

{ WORKERS! ? { This is Important to YOU. ? © . ? ® As you very likely know Cotton Goods lately have leaped up in A & price ! 9 d This affects the price of DENIM and DUNGAREE TROUSERS. 0 ® BUT NOT WITH US ! 1 ? ? s ® We ordered huge consignments of these goods before the rise, £ ^ and so we can still let them go at THE' SAME OLD PRICES. £ £ 2000 Hard-wearing, well-fitting, strongly sewn, splendidly ?# finished Denim and Dungarees, such as you will pay 30 per £ j Q cent, more for in price elsewhere. 0 i . '? ® ' ' ? ft COME ALONC AND SEE THESE— ? ? THEY WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. ? ? .Men's Strong Grey Denim Trousers, sizes 3 to ?' 41 8, 2s Od and 2s 11(1.. w Q Men's Heavy Plain Grey Denim Trousers, ? ® sizes 3 to 7, 3s 3d.' w -ji Men's Heavy Grey Twill Denim Trousers, V ® sizes 3 to 7, 3s lid. (These also in I- and ? © -j- sizes, at 4s Gd.) ^ ? @ Men's Strong 331ue Denim Trousers, sizes 3 to 8, ? -j§ 2s Od. . . ' . 9 Men's Dark Fancy Striped, or imitatiou Tweed W @ ' pattern, Denim...

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Mr. J. J. Lord at Wallabadah [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

Mr. J. J. Lord at Walla badali (L1' roiii a Correspondent.) Mr. J. J. Lord, the selected Labor can- . didato for tho Tamworth electorate, address ed a. large and enthusiastic meeting ill the hall ou Saturday night last-, in fact, it was the largest political meeting ever bold in the present hall, and was accorded a very hearty reception. The president ot tlio local branch of tho P.L.L. (Cr. Geo. Golland), presided, and in introducing Mr. Lord, ap pealed to them to give him a patien',t ' iuid i.,.n,.;.wr ' «, i.;„i, l,,. Ar..- - Lord prefaced his remarks by saying i,fc waii. his second visit to Wallahadah, The firs'jt time lie addressed tlio members of the Labor league in support of bis nomination to coil tcst the seat, but now lie stood before thein as the selected candidate and in support of his candidature for the forthcoming election, He said lie bad pledged himself to support ilVe principles and platform of the Labor Party and commenced to outline the planks of 'their platform. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

' For over 60 years I havo always tept Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in tho house- My father often toldNme that it eaved my lifo when I was very young.' parents, then by the parents, and now by the children. For colds and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la grippe, inflammation in the throat or in the bronchial tubes, yii(er9$ %hcmi ffeeioral is the standard remedy the world over. It contains no narcotic or poison. Accept no substitute. Put up in large and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajsr fit Co.. Lowoll. Ha:#.. U. S. A

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