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The Tamworth Ladies' Benevolent Society. FAREWELL THEIR LATE PRESIDENT MRS. E. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

The Tamworth Ladies' Benevolent Society. FAREWELL THEIR LA'DC PRESIDENT, M.US. E. JONES. Sonic 30 ladies, comprising Mcsdanies Ilal idav, Page, Sexton,' liritz, l5nckhou.se, Desbon, .losephson, Dowe, Saxby, G. S. Brown, Senile, Newman, Johnston, Boylson, Collins, Sexty, Bielefeld, Vernon, 8. Walk er, Tribe, and Mills, and the Misses Halli day, Crcagh, Abbott', Tribe, and Irving, en tertained Airs. I'j. .Jones at an nlteruonn tea ill Jarniah's tea rooms, Peel-street, 011 Tues day afternoon, August 30th. Apologies for non-attendance were received 'from Mes (lanies Anschnu, Fielder, and Piper. Miss^ Irving, an ear'y menilier of tho Ladies' Benevolent Society, presented Mrs. E. Jones 011 her entranre to the ro:.in with a posy of violets and jonquils. Afternoon tea was arraiu'ed on a table, fragrant with violets At the' cross table Mrs. Ilalliday, the guest of the day, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. G. S. Brown, and Aire. Dowe, were seated. The refreshments were the very nicest, and the attendance was...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Bective Estate Subdivision HIGH CLASS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Bective Estate Subdivision! HIGH CLASS LAX D. . A riM u'i'soii tsi ( i vi? ol' tlii.s paju'r had in i.lto e;tjly pail of last week the j»ririJe«£tj of in lii:i( narl of llio Hoc-livi? Kstato, (oinprisin^ 'Jii, (Mil) arivs, which has now been .viibdividtw) inli) !l hums ami wi- 1, on Krklny, Orluln's- lltli, Ik* submitted to auction sale. ni(- land is Hiuaicti wiwim oasv uisinncc or Taimvorlh, hoin^ IL milo.s distant by a di ro:'t aurl j'/i.id road. Duri platform is (i,\ miles away, wlnK* Win Urn platform — now in courso tn const met it. 7} miles. Leaving Tnmworth Post Oflieo at 0 o'clock wo readied the twenty nimitles past 30. Making direeL for block No. 1, tlie iir.st impressions ijained were tlie hi^h-e)n.;s cluiracter of the land and the highly improv ed state of the jr.rr.umi which would necessi tate such 'iltlo initial expense to make it ready for tlie plough. In t his connection a notably feature' is the fact that tbe fences, which are in a j^nod state of repair, bare, iu most...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

SYDNEY. \\uichcoinhe, Carson, Ltil., report:— 'Jieat. — This market is firmer, . and prices nave unproved, best ntillimr wheat to-dav TOibsiiig from 3/11 to 3/1 H j while eliick iH c.it is sel nig up to _3/7£ lior bushel. - ,1 ' , ' values for this grain are maintain ?,!sf IJjp ruling ratos of last week, -'/i rei IniJlud t0 ',Ul t0 ufFMMin!i'_Sl''P1,li,0S grain have fallen ed' ? i ' IIs K° 111 ensequence improv Ij sah.rahh- t0 2/8 per bushel being white ' 1 ! llest yeilow, and 2/7 for ilitv n!!;—In:'nlu '!e,?'n';,tions -'f this commo Lulling really well at improved rates,. for (l! i'V *?' c''t' 's ''eing secured ini4 ,,ti i ,;:''rL'n '''fiiten. Oaten to 4/1, I Other, lots from 2/9 per cwt. Ht''.!rT,?''~i|liIISi is firmer, primo Mi it i' ? ,'!es to-; !./, good to V ; 't'ler descriptions from 2/0. tliern ! 'I;st weel('s report ill Hi,.. -V 11 cliange to quote I ' m, nj'inie .juality local redskins rcnlis p 'ml ''hiteskins from 5./G to 0/0 ' August 30, jyio. tlide'^'lik A^lgust^ ? ^'0'...

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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEA*. Thutsday. A moderate supply of varied produce amounting to 02 consignments was submit ted at aiictjon {o-dav peforo a large atten dance of buyers. The market was firmer in tone, and prices realised for all commodities showed a substantia) increase, Chaff moved oft briskly at tin advance of 5/ per ton Choice quality sold at from 4/0 to 4/9; prime to 4/3; good at 3/10; inferior at 31. Dairymen and retail merchants operated heavily in luccrne hav, and nrices obtain,*! showed an increil.se (if 7/(1 ner ton. Choice i/o' rSnl- tialps went under tlio liamnier 'at ..... , 'I1 ; cnoice large liates at 41; prime at. 3/o to 3/0 ; medium' g/S »o 3/1 : medium dumps at 3/8, Rvp straw show ed a rise of 10/ and - lucerne' chaff 0/8' per ton. 1 rime Jucernc chaff commandell 4/0 ? medium 3./0 ; threshings 3 1; prjiiip mi straw lu.,1 buvers ,4 5/. Wlipat, oats, inarL, and oaten bay' remained steady. Potatoes were 111 strong demand, and values aocontod for choice qual...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

electrical IN ST ALXATIONS. E. H. COUNSELL (Late of Federal Electric Co.), ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR. Estimates given ' mid plans prepared for evcr.v description of Electrical Installation. HOUSE WIRING A. SPECIALITY. Address : BRISBANE STREET, TE iim PRICES AT MY . _ Temporary Prem ises. Little Job Lines left over from my removal (xonuiuo mdfalljKtliat only coma once in a very long time; LADIES', GENT'S, AND CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR . Only a very few at less than cost. You can save money by getting hero ear' v. DO SO. =»?-;' -.- J. W. Donaldson, TAMAVORTH. JIAIIOH and C0.M)0\, Auctioneers, Ta^rci-^rort li . HAVE FOR SALE FIRST CLAirjS FARMING PROPERTY, Situated Jiandy /Manilla, bv a good road. School o'ose by. Area 010 acres C.P. country all first-class wheat land. The whole area arable. ,;Good houso, 5 rooms, 3 verandahs, hav and machinery sheds, , orchard of 10() trees, . 500 acres under wheat. Fenced hy G wires and- divided into two paddocks. AVatered bv largo dams. . Big su...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMAVORTH. ? Nathan Cohen and Co., Ltd., report: — Eat Cattle. — Very heavy yarding, .half of which were pi inn- quality bullocks, balance medium. Good attendance of buyers, who competed freely lor all crime yards, but t''e supply being iu excess of requirements, vi.l lies ruled loircr than last week. Best bul locks made to £8/8/, cows to £ l./l./. AVe sold account Messrs. Chaffev Bros. 1 bullock £8/8/, 3 do. at £8/1/, I do. at £8/2/, 5 do. at £7/19/, 3 do. at £7/1, 1 stag at £-1/1 ; ac count Mr. T.'ios. Pullman, 1 bullock nt £5 1)/-; acccunt Mr. .). ISowden, 2 heifers at C 1/1/. I do. at I' I. hat'iSlieep. — Onlv a li;;Ut sunclv of medium quality shreds ami merino wethers, the buy cur. were not operating to any extent and values were again weak and very little sold. (Vos'-breds made to 12/3, merinos to 10/(i AVe sold: arcount Mi. A. A. Laidl.-w, (SO shreds at 12/3; account Mr. .11. Mnxon, 49 young xbrcds at 7. Store Cattle. — AVe yarded 20.0 bead of mix cu. very i-....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

DR. SHRLDOX'S MAGfNKTIC l.INDMCN'T cures lilieuma1 istn. It will prnctrate tt your verv bonev, soothe and subdue the i*ain. It ill - it in.freelv. It. will not lilfsler er burn the skin. Rub it in, and the paiu will stop. It. can't help hut do yon good. Price, l/ij and 3/. Obtainable at it !J stores and Pullman's Phnruricy.* When You Drink e\. medicine sjici bevei'Sige a.1 the ssone time you s^re consum l%OLFE'S SCHNAPPS its section on ihe secret ive - organs is si once stimulative cursiive. JOHN AEM1BERO, THIO liUSV COACIllil'ILDER AND WHlilCriWlUailT. iJTrrrril 23 vears' experience in all branches VV of the trade iu . uiurmany, South Africa, and Australia,, you can thoroughly rely on any order which you may entrust to my care, boini; faithfully exo.cuted. Give mo a trial and be convinced. SHOEING A SPECIALITY. Note the Address — JOHN AMlil'.KG, JJrlsbani' Street, ? Opposite Town Pump.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Horb Medicines. [Harold A. Fairleigh, Nature's Renowned Herbalist, 4 Otaki,' Marius- st., ^ North Tamworth. Herbal Antidotes for all Diseases.' If you value time, or life, or limb, Delays avoid, nt once see him. REWARD. PEEL RIVER LAND AND MINERAL COMPANY, LIMITED. I HEREBY undertake to pay a REWARD for any roliablo information which may be furnished t-or me or my agents, wluca shall in any way conduco to tho detection 01 anyone DEFACING OR* ALTERING AN^ BRAND OR MARK which -has been register. 0(1 or recorded by this Company, and is in lists noon tho stock of - tho said Company - or wluch shall lead to tho conviction of any one STEALING, OR TAKING AND USING ANY STOCK, tlio property of tho said Com pany. ? The Reward will be made coninieiisurato, in my estimation, with tho value of tlie in formation iiiveji. This advertisement cancels all notices of t provious date in referonco to rewards. G. H. G. KING, General Superintendent. Taimvorth, July 1, 1901. ' BAIRD'S Souvenir of Tamworth,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

i illPiCOTTKB: CURE. ,, ( j,,,,,,) st(n*e or chemist and a.sk for a bottle, of PR UNO, and don't lie persuaded to take anv 'JUST AS GOOD' mixture, I-wUrs'K there 'is nothing on the market to-day thai is 'just as good' a.s PRUNO. 11EMEMMEI!! PliUNO IS AN AIWOLUTE Cl'HE KOIt COUOIIS, COLDS, lNKLUEN/A, AND ALL OI'lIER CU It A RLE CHEST TUOU1ILES. T*.*.^. Ill' 1 1 I M 11I\*1,*| I or*-! HOW (H'lt'KLV \N1) COMl'LHTKI.V PIM'NO eoni|Uers these t rotihlis. MOTHERS! Alwav*. get Pl.M'N'O for your ISabv's cold. It's absolutely r,,i! ' u ,v,t ?*— '? ? ? ? ^ ? ? ? * ? ? ? « *? ? ? - ' 1 - - ? ? ? ? v''- ?*,: Sole Manufacturer — ,y. SS. HOWLAKD, 247 11 unter-street, Newcastle. 1- m 'RiCKSHA' PAINT 1 I A COMBINATION OF FINEST QUALITY MATERIAL, Mixed In a Soiontlfio Manner. WW I ALWAYS READY FOR USE. NO WASTE. No Special Skill Required to Apply. COMPOSED OF GENUINE WHITE LEAD AND ZINC. Unrivalled Covering Capacity. Dries Very Hard ^Asj^yoxu^StorekeepeiMJr^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

. 'Doctor Ordered Him. to The Hospital.' BAD ABSCESS CAUSED CHILD AWFUL PAIN. FATHER AND SON CURED BY KAM-BUK ? I * ..?'?My son suffered ncutely from a very bad abscess 111 Jus right groin, savs Mrs. hvn Cook, of AY.vlio Creek, AVilsous Down In 11. ? N.S.AV. ''I was unable to do anything fol ium, and took linn to a doctor ill Stnnthorpe who gave hull a little ease. One night he hud a bad attack of convulsions and tlie doctor ordered him to tlie hospital at once. - '?However. I took him back home, and poulticed the abscess until it broke. I lien I applied some /ani-Buk. which bad an im mediate soothing effect., the pain being eased ill a snlendid manner. '*1 continued dressing the wound with Zam-Buk. which acted hi a wonderful man lier, drawing out all bad matter and healing tho wound 111 a .surprising way. \ oiv soon '*? ?? tlio little child was running about the hou.so again completely cured and fice 'r'm , ' pain, which was entirely due to /am-Biik. | ? ''My. husband sonio time aL...

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CRICKET CARLTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

CRICKET CARLTON CLUB. _ . Tho annual meeting of liienibeis ol tnu 1 Carlton Club was held at the Comma (i.il Hotel on Tuesday night, Mr. llojlo bung 111 - . . tlio chair. ..... -? Tlio balaiice-shoet submitted by the tieas :? lirer,' Sir. Klwin, showed a credit of Tlio folowmg ofheers were o ct-tcd tin . tlio - ensuing sc imiii -Presuh 11 1, Mi G Nu] [Wi vis: viee-mu?sulonts, Messrs. J. .«J. Iiclo.ir, 1 kimc, C Rtun, 0 A Idwaids, mil : Dr Shorter: delegates to Union, Messrs. \\ . ;H Leak and N. McNamara ; lion, tiensuiei, Mi AV G llwin hon sm«.tn\, Mi t TioaU- committee, Messrs. ,« . ? H. I.c.il., V ? Peak and J : Pattorson : selection committee. Messis I PiltitM.il, \\ IT Toil, and C . -.. Thompson. ? . ? . -Mention -was nindo::of the fact tJ1.1t tlio ? -/ Carlton's won -the : premiership last season, thus securing honor tans. ? v ? -Tho' following table ofl nvorages w as read -..-???.- ''-..v- BattniiiJ- , *-i* t' - ' -V ? *-v ' - .'-rv'3'' w;- ''V to ' ,-r:: ^ ? ,o \° I' J | Jf-'...

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ALBION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

ATiBIOX CLUB v ^;Xlio Albions also held their annua\ meet ing at the Commercial Hotel on Tuesday lui'lit Mi R J. O'Hallornn presided, v The following leport was read and adopt . : cd 1 — In l] resell ting the report for the past s°ison vour comnnttoo lias to congratulate tho club on a verv successful season both finnnenlh nnd ctherwise. j*i though - your club dul not will the comnetition it came a \oi v. oioditnble socpnd, and only for.the un ? ' ? voic]:lb]c uitselirt: of a couple of the best ? - lntsmen ill the Inst match against tlie Royal ? ? H til ml n rrls. ill whirb it was beaten by one i mi, it i leisonablo to say must have won '''tlio competition. Tlie bowling unpen rs to ??'... liavo been the strongest 'department, and ?: tho averaRe was won by Mr. R. Rowlands, i: .. . : w-lio secured 18 wickets at 'a cost of 7.5. .Mr. J. AV. Steele was second, taking 52 ? wickets at an average of 9.0 Tho battinK was won bv Air. C. AV. flreaksijear with '?- an average of 27.0, Mr. R. Row'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

^ THE DEADLA7 CHLOROIi'ORJI, A few days ago,- while undergoing an oper ation for goitre at one of our public hospitals, a woman died. I-Iur heart could not stand that deadly druir, chloroform. To women folk especially anaesthetics aro peculiarly dangerous, nnd every woman should hcsitirto before consenting to nil operation. Tlio Ladies' College of Health litis taken lip this matter on behalf of womenfolk, and puis for ward a Home Treatment Hint in ttionflmKivi of casos lias made operations entirely unne cessary. A book telling all about it se.it freo if 2d is remitted for iiostnge. AVrite to t dav to Dopt. T., Ladies' College of Health, ' 177 Liverpool-street, Sydney.* Those who cough, if wise, iiroeuro And take at once AVoods' Peppermint, Cine.; ' . Folks w.ho co'ds cannot withstand Ought to keep Woods' Cure at band; Sufferers, too. from frequent chills Kind AVouds' Great Cure saves Doctors' bills, AVJii'st all who of the 'Kill.' eomiilnin Should take AVoods' Cure aiid-smilo ntjiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

li. A 1I0I),':|(N I'lOMI'IDY. in, I1!.' i° K ^u'' Oisco\'(tr.v for Coughs mi i \r iS it'i't of the trouble, ; 1(1 ellocts a Iieruianeiit cure.. Price, X/0 and ' ^luirmncy Ht a' stoles nnd Pullman's

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Bowling Alley Point News [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Bowling Alley Point News (From our correspondent.) Tiie usual monthly meet ill;: of the United Peel - llivcr Progress Associut/ion was held at .Mr. K. S. Sclu;lield-s hotel on Saturday night last. The minutes of the previous m^etin^ were read and confirmed,, and aii'oniist ccrrcsimndeiice read and received, wii'. t''e following from Lands Department, through All'. '*? '? Levien, .M.P. ;— 'I have i ' . i ? ,?/-»! tliii loifitp (li tho 28th .)nlv from the .secretary of the United Peel ' Kiver P^ouress Association, Howl ing Alley Point,' presented by you with reference to the establishment of a cemetery at Woolomin, has been forwarded to the Dis trict Surveyor at Tamworth to expedite ac tion and state how the case 8tnnds.' 'Defer- ring to the letter of the 28th .Inly, 15)10, pre sented bv vou from OT. S. King. lion. .«ecre tnry United Peel Hiver Progress Associa tion, Dr»wling Alley Point, respecting site measured for general eemeterv, at Woolomin, I have the honor to inform you that t...

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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. Strange tricks Fate plays with some people. It was reported the othor day that a poor man had a ticket in a lottery. He died of poverty, and the next day news eamc along that his ticket had won the first i-rize, re presenting some thousands of pounds. Near Murwillumbah, Roy Worthington had iust. finished n lom» contract for scroll folline. As lie chopped- the last treo it kicked back in falling, pinned liini to the ground, and he was taken to hospital, only to die within twenty-four hours. At one time, Mr. JJona.'d Locke was resi dent master at Hnthurst Technical College, but it seems he gave up the job and went farming 011 his own. While away cultivating 'the soil, his house mysteriously look lire, ami with its valuable contents was burnt to the '-round, ? * * ? ? Mr. Turner, superintendent of technical education, has told the people of Maitland, that whon tho additions to 'the college now being undertaken were completed, '...

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Cycle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Cycle Notes. . (ljy 'Waratah.') The 30 nii'o 'Speedwell' road rate, pro; muted bv Messrs. lieimctt and Wood, Ltd., nnd ri|ii bv tho Tamworth C.wle Club, eventuated on Wednesday lust, and attract ed a good crowd of spectators. At 2.45 about Si staiters lined up and the limit men left the pest at ?'-:( minuter, pa^t 2. the scrat.-h men 12 minutrs later. Alter waiting lor nuoui i, .'001s uie nisi man appeared on the hill and caused some stir amongst the crowd as to who it was, H. Kershiiw being the honored iierson win ning the race by a length froni .1. Mi.rriss, with C. JIa,rks, G. Jenkins, and A. ICiefer a few lengths behind. The following are the prize-winners : — H. Kershaw (5.50), 1st. Riding time. 1 hour 23 minutes 1!) seconds, winning Hoynl Speed weV1, value £21/10,'. J. Morriss (5.0), 2nd. Time, 1 hour 2'2miu. 2i'sec., winning 1 set Continental tyres,' value £2/17/(i, and £1/1/ cash. C. Marks (G. I5), 3rd. Time, 1 hour, 24 min. 20scc., winning 1 set Flite tyres, value £2/5./, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Could not Eat Everything turned acid on her Stomach. Alsb suffered from Varicose Veins which ulcerated on account of a low condition of health. After the best Doctor's treatfhent failed Mrs. Cooper cured herself with Clements Tonic. People who are ill, Avith bad sleep, poor appetite, biliousness, sick head ache, sluggish liver, or anaemia, or poor blood, should read this letter, of this wonderful cure : 20 Franklin-street, ' Adelaide, 22/6/10. Clements Tonic Limited. ? I am pleased to inform you of tlie great benefit received from Clements Tonic. I was a great sufferer from, indigestion, ' so bad that everything I took turned acid in my stomach. I could not retain my food, and became weak and run down. I also suffered from Varicose Veins, which ulcerated owing to my low condition of health. I was recommended to try Clements Tonic, and felt great benefit from the first bottle. I have now taken three, and have no symptoms of indigestion ; my appetite is good, my general health good. T...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

SPORTING (By 'Amntour.') 1 ho Bntburst mure. Rose Ailie, generally mnnagos to pny expenses whon she is taken to Sydney. In . the Hvmg Ifnndicnp nt Sloorelield oil Saturduv sjio hud a very easy victory, winning bv live lengths, starting at tho nice inice of ten to one. (-oim; to the front nt burner rise she soon established n good lend nnd going in lino stvle nave noth ing a chance, nnd was fill-liter ahead of her hi' (I wJien the winning post was readied tlinn nt. ii nv (ltlier mirl. «if til.. A,. ..1. . engaged in the I'.psoni liundicnp with 81b li.-vS than she (allied on Saturday Inst she might lie more than n possibility if she starts in the Inst mentioned race Ill winning the St. Georire's Plate on Sut uiduy, Ha put up a rood iieiforinance, ns ho carried 1.11b more tlinn he will have in the IvKom. .Siibsetnient to Ins win !ic. has iidvauced to the position of second favorite foi the mile event, being onlv two points be hind Slultine nnd Abort'iine. who are equal f.l\oiit..-s. Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

SCKUTE, BELL&CO. LIMITED A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brokers. Each head of tlio Company directly controls a department of tho business, and gives personal attention to disposal of nil consignments. Tho Company sells only WOOL and PRODUC15, to tho whole time and attention of Directors nnd Stair aro * concentrated on Bccnring cntiro satis* faction to consignors of these lines. Call and see than when next in town. Offices ; 44 Bridge Street, Sydney. GRODNO WINES T~ Awarded SErVJEMfciVIy FljRST PRICES Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney! Glcntruim Whisky. ^ BROKER'S. , 1, | I FAT. STOCK SALESMEN. STOCK and STATION AGENTS j I RECUI'' | fl ^ SHEEPSKINS. HIDES. TALIOW. ]| - ( Sflirs or Wflfll BABBIT SKIMS. MARSUPIAL SKINS. () ' i Ik H W UUL WHEAT. OflTS. CHAFF fte.. & | J® ? ly Circular Quay, Sydney. — 'yr^^^^=:::===^::%:^==^===^S^^ ... SMART TIES. We're showing' an exceptionally dainty assortment of Oxford and Broadways* iii plain and fancy patterns. I The splen...

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