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

v Busy Men. SIIOUU) WIOIOIL THIS QUES'llOiN, AND ?PKOIW JiV ANOTilldl^»Sf 'KXXMOIU ENC1&. yuccess in business is olleii handicapped. A man may have plenty of capital^ .^lay know bis bttsinos well, ^lay liavo energy in abundance, Ami still success comes s!owlv, It's a case of. too threat a burden, The hack can't' carry il all, A lame or aching back is a handicap, Drive the ache away and mako work a pleasure. Learn wiiat oacKacnc means, hea rn that backache is kidney ache. liOiivn how to shake it oil'. Head how this man did it. ^lr. A\r. T. AVhitin^, tinsmith, lVel-.street, I amworth, says ; — 'For the past seven years I have seen a statement appearing in the I local papers setting forth that Dean's Hack nclie Ividnev Pills had cured me of backache and headaches. That statement is true,' everv word, and f am now pleased to confirm it bv tellim; vou tliat I am still we!I. Doan's J*aeknehe Kidney Pills did their work thor oti^hlv. they got at the seat of the trouble — tho kidney...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

ggurs¥g. Th' fifth meeting ol the present season of Tamworth Coursing Club was held on the* Plumpton on Wednesday afternoon. 'there was a large attendance of tho public. 'Ibe JoHowinj* are the results: — A-l-Ag«»d Stakes, for 'an unlimited number ol greyhounds, at L'l. 'Winner £8, run ner-up £2. Sir fienrpo bent Prettv »S)lot. AVontlerscopo beat Gitana. I'Mie Keathers beat No. 13. Scddon beat Latana. Duke of York beat Jolly Guard. First Ties. W onderscopo beat Sir George. Scddon beat Fine l'eathei'3. , Duke of Vork, a bye. Second Tie.'i. Duke of York beat 'Wondei scone, hieddoii a b.ve. Deciding Course. Air- S. 'Whyte's (Glen Innes) Wk and w d Duke of York, by AYapping — N.C., beat Mr. J. H. ? Tioitrli's (Tamwortli) r d Seddon, by Larrikin bad — 'White Snx. \ovico Stakes, fov 1(5 greyhounds at 15/ that have, never won more than Ctt/3. Win ner £5/5, runner-un 1*1/10, one dog at lo/: less 10 per cent. - . Star Gazer beat Grand Hone. Warranted Proof beat Beer Boy. Hntten's Band beat Mo...

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

t ALLEGED THIPLE AIURDEIi. ^ a case, similar to the Crippen caso is cans ing a sensation throiiirh Scandinavia. Tlio accused is a brewer, named John Eliland, who is charged with poisoning his wife, who diction Alay 1.- There was no comment until a rumor gradually spread that she died unnaturally. Exhumation of tho bodv prov ed tlio presence of arsenic. Tliev had been married (. months, and .-he was his third wife. I.lie i two formor are said to havo died under insure I -'''cum?tl!nccs ,m-1 substantially

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

_ REMARKABLE DISCLOSURES. At Chicago disclosures threatening to re volutionise t.ie system wherebv phvsiciiins and lawyers were admitted to practise wore followed by the discovery that until recently a principal of a high school issued certificates to unqualified law and medicine students for sums varying from £1 to CO.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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AUSTRALIA THE MECCA OF BOXERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

AUSTKALTA THE AI15CCA OF BOXERS. I ? : . Washington.. 'Junes' savs ' Australia is the AJoccea of boxers at present, and Air. Mcintosh finds himself on tlie top of promot ers,' not only in the antipodes/ but in the entire world.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ESTATE VALUED FOR PROBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

KSTATK V-ALrHfi FOR PliDRATK The csfcite of the late Andrew Faithful Giltfon, jrrnzier, of Hurrun^urroolon^, near Goulbnrn, is valued for nrohate purposes at £42,330. *

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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FIRE IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

FIRE IN THE CITY. A fire broke out early this morning ill thc premises of Tyreo. Spray and Bagesses and Co., Pitt-street, City. The flames were Jis suming ;serious dimensions, when they wore extinguisned. A good deal of damage was done.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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A MISSING MAILMAN FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

A AIISSING AlAILAIAN' FOUND. I'ho mailman reported missing a week ago, in Northern Queensland, was found 70 miles away iu a starving condition. Ho could not .have lasted more than a day or two longer. His horses and mails are safe.

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

THE CRIPPEN CASE. Inspector Dew stated before the magi- j strate that Crippen planned to commit sui- ' cide. When arrested he had a note in his I pocket addressed to Miss Le Neve, which 1 stated 'I cannot stand tho horror through which I have gone every night any longer. I havo made up my mind to jump overboard. My money has now run out. I know I spoil forgive met'' On the homeward voyage Crippen begged his captors to be allowed to see Miss Le Neve. He said she had been his only comfort the last three' years. AVith his guards within earshot Crippen was allow ed to bid her good-bye, Crippen was charged formally with the murder of his wife. The prosecution against Miss Le Neve was being an accessory after the fact. She was also, charged with tiiiving assisted, maintained and harbored a fugitive from justice. Tho prisoners wero remanded till September, (5th. The police had great difficulty with the crowd in the street out side the court.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE STRIKE REPORT CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

THE STRIKE REPORT CONFIRMED. The reported decision of the international federation of transport workers in favor of a strike has been confirmed, but a strike is unlikely, and a correspondent at Copenhagen says the decision is to be operative only in case negotiations with the shipowners failed.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (THROUGH INDEPENDENT CABLE ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Monday. LONDON, Monday. THE FEDERAL LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (THROUGH INDEPENDENT CABLE ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Monday, LONDON, Monday. THE FEDERAL LAND TAX. The '.Money Market Review'* .says tlie Federal Land Tax Rill is experimental, but is intended to benefit the country and de serves success. The 'Scotsman' * savs the Government is hitting heavily at tlie inof fensive and useful Rritish investor.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BIG ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

A NIG ACTION'. In tlie Supreme Court tn-dav, Henrv Mc Donald and -lane Miller, trading as .McDon ald and Company, skin exporters, commenced an action against Dal^ety and Company, claiming C12,(K)0 for alleged breach of con tract and contravention of business instruc tions regarding the disposal of a consign ment of rabbit and sheep skins. The defence was, never indebted. Tho case is proceeding.

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

I In The Home I I I zM .tlL^ ? JflS! SCHNAPPS is Ike Friend of the Family. IT is Ihe puresl spirit known. Tamworth Livery and Bait Stables. OPPOSITE I'TELDElt 'S MILL. lll'TST OF FEED AND FIRST CLASS GROOM. GOOD STABLING. HORSES AND TRAPS FOR HIRE OR FOR SALE. Richard J. O'Halloran, Solicitor, Proctor, and Attorney, Peol-street, Tamworth. Office: Garvin and Cousons' Buildings. Trust Funds to load on approved Freehold Securities. lifpifi Pineapple Biy.'on. Pineapple Hams. Pinoapple Lard. Pineapple Strasbourg Sausages. Gained 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes at tho Brisbane National Shoiv. SEE A'OU GET 'PINEAPPLE.' PRESGOTT, LIMITED, Sole Agents. F. J. McMA.ION, Manager Tamworth Branch. 'Bodalla' Cheese A Xk« HiiMt fat On Hufcot, hu Ukca SO FIRST PRIZES U th* Rojal Afrioultwml Bkow. ^MH| CAUTION The word 'Bod*lla,' in kMUIob to the above Trade Mark, U now regi»- ^8 tered throughout the Commonweal tk vl \ 7 and all pereom are hereby oastioaed aaainat SaUaa ito ^J£ Colonial ClweM u » Bodalla.' ...

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A TERRIFIC GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

A TEBTtlFIC HALF. A terrific gale was experienced at llid.lell, Victoria. Thc police station was partly wrecked, and many other buildings were blown down.

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THE KENSINGTON MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

THE KENSINGTON AIA'STKHY. David .John Brown, son of Nurse Brown, | has been arrested and charged with being an accessory after the fact in 'connection with Aliss O'Brien's death. The police theory is that tho body was disposed of hurriedly, and it appeared as if persons convoying it had received a flight. ? Later. David John Brown, 22, ironworker, was I charged at the police court to-dnv with being an accessory after the fact in eonnootion with Aliss O'Brien's death, and was remanded till | to-morrow. Bail was refused. According to ] the police, 'the inquest which opens tomor row, will provide fjonio startling evidence.

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COST OF EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

COST OF EDUCATION'. I he Minister for Public Instruction denies that the cost of education ti) children attend ing State schools is more than before school fees were abolished.

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FIRST-CLASS CRUISER FOR THE COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

, FIRST-CLASS CHUISKl! FOlt THF C'OAl AIOXW1C ALT! I . A first-class cruiser is now being built on the Clyde for tho Federal Government, and will have a normal displacement of 1!),200 tons. Her armament will be eiulit 1 liiti. guns, and 20 quick-firers. It will also have a speed of 20 knots.

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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910

AUCTION SALES OF PliOmiCK Tim ,u;„l ? 'SV,T)X.,,;Y'. M9'dny. i'g were largely attended by wh^l'' m'i u-tail mercliants, coin.ietitioii was spirited, and prices realised for chaff showed an inl cruise | of »/, and potatoes 3/4 per ton, while all other commodities were firm. Choice quality ( chaff (inn at late rates and sold at, to ?'/*; l-nm«. 3/10/ to -t./S; good 3A- to 3/9; medium at 2/10. Prime lucerne ?v, slm.11' ''ales connnandod -(/, good 3/1 to 3/(i ; prime largo bales from 3/ to 3/4. Prime dry - yellow maize moved off at 2/7 - good Algerian oats sold at l/DS ; good chick wheat at 3/ ; prime llrowiioll potatoes were purchased at from 0/(i to (./!) ; iiood at 0/ to (i/3; medium 5/; prime wliiteskins 4/0 to 5/; medium at 4/4. Inferior Swede turnips were disposed -if at 1/1. Good derrick straw sold in j/iu per cwc. Maize. — Northern Hivor, prime drv vollow 2/7, white 2/5 to 'If1', per bushel. Barley. — Victorian : Capo, 2.'0 to 3/ per busliol. Peas. — Tasmanian: Blue. 5/0 to o.'O...

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

SYDNEY. John Bridge and Co., UU\ report under date August 20th, 1010: — Habbitskins, — In .sonio quarters it was feared that the unfavorable news recently cabled from London would adversely affect this week's local sales, but it appears as if the fall iu the Home market had already been discounted here, as we found prime stuff — which made up to ISid at our sale— a Id per lb higher, while ordinary grades read ily realised the previous week's equivalents. Tallow. — This week's offerings were ex citedly competed for at a further advance of l IJ/ per ton. 1'rime samiues reached &dl/lo, a price which we obtained for the Cairns Butchering Co. and Tweed River Butcher ing Co.'s output. Sheepskins. — The demand was intense, buyers in their anxiety to secure a share of thq of{ariiiiis frequently ? bursting through the old limits and paving an extra' farthing for -desirable lines. The appreciation was most noticeable on merino full-woolls. Hides. — Good hides were unchanged, but unatt...

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

-SCALP DISEASE PUZZLEDDOaORS Began with a Little Pimple— Itched andLSpread Till Whole Head was Raw— Hair Fell Out in Bunches — Suffered Three Years and Cure Seemed Impossible. IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND EASY CURE BY CUTICURA 'My disease started with a littlo pim ple on my head. Then it began to itch. The more I would scratch, the worse ib . grow until it spread all over my head. So X went to tne doctor. I continued his treatment for some timobut, finding no results, I decided to change and try ' come other remedy. Littlo warts began to grow on my head. X would wash it every day but it grew as raw as a piece of ^ beef and my hair commenced to fall out in bunches. So I changed doctors.v This doctor prescribed a wash and a salve . My head at this time was so sore I could nob touch it. ' After trying several -doctors and many patent medicines, nothing .... would cure it and I lost much time from work, a . ' f ? . 'Then I decided to go to the hospital. Several doctors wero called in to look ab...

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