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Mr. R. H. Levien in the Country. OGUNBIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

Mr. R. H. Levien in tho Country. OGUNBIL. (From a Corrosnondont.l At lioon on the 27 th instant, Mr. It. 11. Levien met with a hearty re ception from a fair sized audience at Mr. It. Stone's lesidenee, where he gave an address on the political situation. Mr. J. 1''. Bow den occupied the chair, and in introducing the candidate, referred in a kindly way to tion with the' electorate. The' candidate made a good- and tolling speech and at its close, on the motion of Messrs. It. Stone and It. A. Bright, received a unanimous vote of confidence. At 3 p.m. the same date he addressed nil appreciative audience at the G.T. Hall, tip per Dungowan, where lie was entertained at afternoon ten. Mr. Levien will receive al most a block vote at these two places, and taking tho three polling places, Ogunbil, Upper and Lower Dungowan, lie is sure to havo a big majority on election day.

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

MUSWELLBROOK. Tindale and Co. report: — ? l*Yjt Hieep. — Rnyers operating for fifll- - wool, good quality, paddock delivery. Account Culiingrnll Estate, Mcmwa, JM) fat wethers; account R. Moore, Rayswater, 100 fat sheep, and with Svdnev agents, 330 sheep. Store Sheep. — Demand not so keen as a few weeks back. A good fall of rain would alter . the market considerably. Sales: Account A.. R. Rettington, IJrindlev Park, Merriwa, MOO station-bred, cast for ajje ewes. Properties. — Under this heading M».vqn- have been standing off for some time, but we have good inquiries for , well situated places. AVe. havo sold: Account AV. 11. Mac kay, Annambah, 117 acres freehold, heing portion of Sandy Paddock, Rasin Creek, Pur chaser, P. Roujdian; account Mrs. K, Tin Jale, Lochinvar, her property at Kernhee, containing 230 acres as freehold ; purchaser, Mr. F. Corner, of West Maitland. Account . S. Andrews, AVoodside, block 8 of Bel mont subdivision containing an area of 77J acres freehold. Purchas...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

- OPTICTAX'R ATISIT. September 12 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB & - HEEM.AX, LTD.. the vroll-known Opticians ? of 0 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to ? fl p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of tlio principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, lato principal of Charles Gibh and Co., and J. AAr. Beeman, lato Man ager nnd Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who-havo been visiting this town for Borne years, aro tho principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eve service in con sulting us. Next visit: Monday, September 12

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

VACANCY for Hoarders. Mrs. J. Bussell, ; j Darling Street. '] WJfl. hnv-» a vacancy for a .smart, iiifclli- \ gent boy iu our Drapery Depart | ment'. Thc State Stores, Ltd. ; WANTED. — Twenty Ra^s Charcoal. C1. INGALL, Upper Street. - ' GENERAL Servant wanted in 3 weeks' time. Two in family. No washing; J Good wages. Apply this week, Mrs. ^ ? PALMER, Coppingford, White Street. Political Labor League. . A AIlil'lTING of tho above will he l\. FRIDAY NIGHT NKXT, at 8 o'clock, ' at the Coininorciiil Hotel. i Bii.viness imrortaiit. - ? J. KLWIN, Sccrctnry. :. STOBE STOOt Ii BY APC'I'IOX AT AIUNICIPAL SAI.1'1 YAltDS, TAAIAVOBTIl. ON-TMUltSDAY, NHXT, 1st SKI'TWIHW'' , 1' OAVCOCIC KING (in ? ? ? 'i1'1 ' J Alessrs. Ashton Bros.), have been in- j striicted to oirei- as imdei — 820 AVethers, .1 years, November tshorn, . Plains bred, good condition.

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NORTHERN AND NORTH-WESTERN DISTRICTS RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

XOTtTHKUN AND NOHTH-AVBSTKHN ?nrsTiucns racing association. 'I ho l-dhiwing are the different dales for race meetin-s allotted bv the committee up to tho end of Jl.arch, 15)'ll :— September, 1910: Tnverell, 1-ltb and lfith ; Tinirjia, 21st and 22»d : liiiiiclari'a . 28th and 29th. Octo ber 1910: Moreo. 19tli and 20th ; AA'arialda, 12th and 1:1th : Nainoi Picnic H.C.. 19th and ootli ; Gunnedah, 2ot-h and 27th. Noveinhor, 1910: I'ralli, 2nd; Arniidale Turf Club, 9th; iM oi-' j j (Farmers and Settlers'- Grast'fcds), iltii aiuLlOtli; Glen limes, lltli; Xarrabri, Kith and I7t.li; Tamworth, 22nd and 23rd. t». ? i ? linn.- n........ 7*ii ? f!n,-i-„ii ijti, . liundarra, 1-ltli and l')th ; Arniidale Jockey Cluii, 21st and 22nd; Tentcrfield, 2'Jth and 27nd; Tapibar Springs (Amateur), .2(-th ; ltoggabri, 2(Hh and 27th : Nuiulle, 2!ith. .Tanuarv. 191 1 : Bendomeer, 2nd; AVerris Creek (Amateur), 2nd ; Deopwitter, 2nd ; ? Vogotahlo Creel; (Kmniaville), 7th; Inverell, lltli and 12th; AVallahadaJi,...

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

Should know that the purest, Sweetest and most economical method of preserving, purifying and beautifying baby's tender skin lies in warm baths with (MMASQAT And gentle applications of( Cuti cura Ointment. For cczemas, rashes, itchings and chafings of childhood and for thc prevention of the same, as well as for the sanative, antiseptic cleansing of ulcerated, inflamed mucous sur faces and other uses which suggest themselves to women, these gen tle emollients are indispensable. Sold throuehout tho Trorltl. Depots: fconrton. 27. Charrorhousfi Sq.; l*nris. f-. Unc -lo la Pnlxr Atntrft lla. Jt. Towns Co.. Sydney: India, n. I\. Paul. Calcutta: China. Rons Kons Drue Ov: Japan, Mann*' Ltd.. Tnklo: So. Afrlrn. Lcnnon. huh. Cnpo Totcr #*'«.; TT.S.A.. Potter Drue «t Chrr» Corp., Bole 135 Cfthimbns-Avc.. Boston, Mva. gegrPosMrcc. Cuticura Book oa care ol tU-J Skis. F. J. POTTS; Painter, Paperhanger, and Decorator. All work executed by expert workmen. Estimates given for all branches of the tra...

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

'I'll lO LA'l'IOST AND TH 10 1JEKT ri'ineily for Chest Complaints Is Dr. Sheldon's Xew i)iscovi'i'v i ;;r Cou^li.s nnd Colds. It cures when all else tails. Price, I/O and 8/. Obtainable at all stoics nnd Pullman's Pharmacy.* ? ? Asthma. Bronchlils and ? i M Lun| trpublcs Quickly cured bv^t f POWEIXil V BALSAM 1 1 ANISEED I Of all Chemists Fx~~

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DUNGOWAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

DUNGOWAN NEWS. (From our Corresnnnrl..... 1 'V ♦V11' to ee'lebrato 'the open i«t of the new hall on Tuesday night, was a gigantic success, upwards of 1-10 couples' bouig present. Tho music was supplied by , '.u ^,eo1 Quartette, being relieved at intervals !? . Messrs. , M. Hays (violin) and A. Foster (piano). I ho duties of -M's.C. wero carried Alessrs. I). Hayes, J. Gardiner. A iuewollaiul, and A. Sipnle. The supper tallies were very ably attended to bv a strong committee of local ladies and gentlemen. A juvenile ball was held oil Thursday night, when a huge number leathered to' gether and had a very oiijovalile night. I he annual R.C. ball has boon arranged to take place on September 20th. A strong committee lias been formed' (with Airs. Have? secretary, and Aliss Ahearn as treasurer),' to carry out a rr.angenients for the hall Afr. 11. II. Levien hold a vorv successful meeting at tlio Dungowan note! on Satur. diiy night last.

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SUBDIVISION SALE OF EULELLA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

. .SliBDIVIfelOX .SALK OF EULKTjLA ESTATE. „ -Messrs. .Johnston and Alarkham will offer i»|. Public auction on otli October, on 'the : -bovo estate, tho following portions: — No. 1. SJO 'icie-, (j)0 leres freehold. 12 acres 1 rood ' P 220 acres 3 roods c.l.) : Xo. 2, 112 acres f'cilinld. Xo. .522 acres 3 roods freehold; Xo I. 800_ acres (200 acres o.p., (i()() acres , ► 1 ' I ' 'I.'- acres Ireoh.ild. 1 lie subdi vision IS '-itualed on the Peel Itiver, 20 miles fiom liniuoitli. and adjacent to Woolomin ' ? post and 1 1. 1 (? -i 1 on I , oflice. The terms of sale no lull ( ish, balance in two and three years at (- nor cent.

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Death of Rev. Joseph Beale [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

Death of Rev. Joseph Beale The sad neiys was received in town to-disy of the death of the liov. Joseph Beale, wliirii occurred i(t AVillonghby hist night. 'I'lie deceased was one of the best known and most popular of Methodist' ministers, lie entered the ministry in tlio year 1878, anil was one ol a group ot ministers who gradu ated in the Kiama circuit, his companions in tho early days being tho Hev. J. 10. Cnr ruthers, his brother (tho liov. AV. II. Beale) the liov. Richard East1, Rev. AV. Dinning' and Rev. B. Dinning. He did faithful piol noer work ill such circuits as Narrahri and Gunnedah, and othor scattered parts. In re cent years he ministered In important cir cuits, including AVagga, Tnmwort'h, Lisinnrc and Willoughby. He was a valuable con nexional man, having rendered very great services to the church as chairman' of dis ?triits, reprcseiitr.tivo at conference, mid property secretary, n post which he held at the time of his deafh. His name had been iroelv mentioned as a p...

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ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

' AN &A\ Lit TO ( ORUKSPHxtm.-vt IjIcLtoi ' wiites strongly contradicting a icpoit, which ier- ;'i 1 1'.' appeared in vho vol 'n tvimins of the 'Observer.' in regard to a meeting In Id b\ Mr. Levien, at Ciirnihubulu. evei ll letters have, of late,, appeared in our ro'mnns fiom this contributor, but for obvious ion oils we tic not publishing this last effort,. in concliminir ins letter 'Elector'' refers to in interruption which apparently occurred at ? manor meeting, and states 'lie may give Hit n line of a. certain individual unoiimfort ibh prominence in print..'' Perhaps 'Elee- J'i m.i\ Inst of all feel disposed to disclose - . his own ldontity.

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. Sl-.SSEX STREET SALES. 'Wheat sold 3/S).J to 3/HH. The suppy ot produce forwarded was not sufficient to oopn with the demand, and sellers experienced no difficulty in commanding hiidi prices for all commodities. Chaff increased 3/ 1, oaten hay 1/3, potatoes (i/8 per ton, maize Id. per bushel. Lucerne hay, lucerne chaff, oats, and turnips, were firm at late figures, (.'hoirn fjuality chaff was purchased at -1/8 to -I/!), prime 3/5) to 4/2, good 3 /!- to 3/S. Good lu eornue hay small bales brought 3/f-, prime lucerne chaff 3/0, prime oaten rack hav 4/1, prime dry yellow maize t?/8. good Algerian oats 2/ per bushel, prime Earlv Rose seed |x-- tatoes 7/i-, choice table redskins 8/3, prime Rrownelis (-/3, medium 5/8, wliiteskins I/O to 4/10, medium Swede turnips 1/8 ner cut.

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BURNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

PL ItNIXG FATALITY. ? ' A shocking burning fatality occurred near AVallsend on Sunday night, when Mrs. Mary Ann Kuxton. aged G9, and her grand daughter. ^Ivrtle Huxton, a;cod 1 year and ? -. ]0 months, wero burnt almost to cinders. Airs Puxtoii was tho mother of Mrs. -S. lTnrvov and Alls. E. Harvey, of Tamworth. Mrs- Huston and the child lived at the homo ' of -.Mr- Isaac Hiixton, the child being his ' -daughter, and Mrs. liuxton Ins mother. -Mr. ^.-'?Tsaae IJuxtoii and wifi^ left home at about (i 45 i) ill-, to attend church. The mother ' -and child wore left in the house, in which a -- -kerosene laun- was left burning oil a table, ? - and a lire in the ;rrate. At about 7.30 p.ni.. - - the house was noticed' to bo ill Hames. The AVallsend 1'iro Brigade were called, and ar rived -s-'H'odilv, bu(. as there was no water ' laid on to the structure, little could be done, ' and the dailies, which had gained a strong liold bv this time, swept the building practi cnllv out of existence. Hi...

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

FORECAST. At first fine in the north and east, hut becoming unsettled, and later followed by general rain^ before the close of the week, associated with warm northerly winds and. thunderstorms. Messrs. Garvin and Cousuns report having held a most successful sale of horses at Tam worth on tlie 29th and 30th. insts., when they yarded 280 horses. The attendance of local and outside buyers was the largest seen at the Tamworth yards for some time, ami the number of ho.rsos yarded was insuflicivnt for the demand. This was occasioned by tlie winter not being a good one for horses. They lacked condition and in consequence sellere were not disposed to place their consign ments on the market in low condition. Com petition was exceptionally keen althrou^i the baic, and record prices were obtained es pecially for draughts and farm sorts wliicli made to £11/10. The horses were only me* dioere and beimjj on the thin side, prices ' were considered the. highest for a long time. Almost every lot off...

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HOSPITAL BALL AT SOMERTON [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

HOSPII M ISA 1.1, AT SOAIKKTON't I 111; lull held nt Nuuortou -m .-'lugtisf 19 iili.l JO, hi aid of the Tamworth nospital, | was vorv successful. Owing to rain the at tendance on the lirst night was not as large us it would have boon under more propitious conditions, but the juvenile ball on the se cond nii'ht was lamely attended. The i music was supplied by Messrs. G. and AY. ?? Moflatt. and the committee desire to thanl; those 'cntlcmcu for tlieir favor. The gross receipts were approximately £l(j, while a sum of Ll-I was netted for the hospital. 1 hose ladic; who comprised the committee ? were: 'Mosdiimes G. 1). AVoolaston (secro -tarvV L'lwson. Chaffe.v, C'lifti.n, Lister, and Smith- while splendid assistance was render ed bv other ladies of tlie district.

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GOLD MIXING LEASE [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

GOLD AlINlN'f; l.lf.AKM Jho following notice appears in the Go vernment 'Gazette,' (if 'a-ltli August:— limit is due and upon tho undermen tioned lease, mid if it bo, not paid within thirty days from tlio date hereof, such lease may In- cancelled. No. 1713, AV. G. Dow dell, g.l. 2-, ('utility Puny, parish Dungowan, area (mo aero: application Nn., iNundlo. Hi)!).

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PLAN FOR DOLORES CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

r PLAN KOI? DOLORES' CONCERT. j mh' pi.ui 101 me uoiores concert will open at lueen s tn-niorrow morning. August 31st. llio moderate tariff I. hat has been fixed will enable nearly evorv one to hear this charm ill jj; sniper.

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"CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

(u Mil n mucin's? at hoaik.' I lie public are reminded that tho Tniii ^ 111 Musical Societv's Philharmonic Con oujt and operetta, 'Chbritr lie-ins i-,t UrtniL, till c. 1 lace, ill the Central Hall to won on CWednusdav) evening. To date the booking of iccived seats has boon fond, and r IS 11 large audionco will gather In i Hint is siiro, 'to lie a (irst-elass entertaui Il'»!lt

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COURSING AND PIGEON MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

Opi'KNIM; A XI) R1GKO.V MA TCI IKS. « Iu lo(,i] C .'Im kuu; Club will hold another moid m- mi the Plumpton to-morrow (Wed m.sd.i.O, and has also promoted pigeon matches for tho same dnv. Tho pigeons Will bo in tlio trap at hair-past S), tlio following lionm tho programme: — CIO handieai), ii|ion to all corners: £5 Novice Scratch Match. . Coursing will start at half-past 1.

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

ACIIINCi JtAOK. Tho bane nlike of tJm iiuusnwifc nnd of tlio wrrliiiiK in h n. Iu sumu caws uvory move ment ol tlio body is accoinpnniiul by a sharp stabbing pain in tiie KinaH'of the back, and in others, the pain is dull and continuous, i rlioso aro sympt-mns of kidnev disoase. Arrest its pro^resH by using 'Dr. Sholtlon's Uin Vills, I wliieb will net hi a snrpribinjily proinpt mail I ner. Price I/O and 2/0. Obtainable at all stores and PuUmau'e Pliariuncy.*

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