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DAINTY RIBBON CASE. Tom Thumb Ribbon and Bodkin Kept Inside. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

DAI.XTV RIliliOY f.!AS)K. Tom Thumb liihhon and Bodkin Kent Inside. A very daintv little present can ho made by taking a piece of flowered ribbon, from six to eight inches wide and thirty-six inches in length, 'litru tip about three inches of the ribbon tlio entire length, and feather stitch it down nt, i n f l« c, .... four little pockets. Into these slip four cards, two wound with narrow white washing ribbon and two with pink or blue. At one end put a litt-o loop for a bodkin, and at the other 0110 for a small pair of scissors. This little case can easily he'slipned into the travelling-bag, and as the narrow ribbons are constantly needed for dainty underwear, it- is a present that will assuredly nrove a boon.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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HOW TO CLEAN IVORY [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

II0W TO CLE AX TVfHfV \\asli the ornaments well in soan nnd water, using a soft toothbrush to remove the dust from anv fine work that may bo upon them. Dry .tlieni bv putting them in bright sunshine, keeping thoin constant'v wot with soap water for several days, while thev are in t.he sttn. Finally wash and rinse them again. If tho ivory is much stained, but not very deeply, rub the surfaco with finely 1 ground inuvice-slanc and water, moisten it well, and lay in the sun to bleach.

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

FAILURE AS A TOXIC. 'No man over lived who did not at least once havo to face failure,' remarked a stu dent of human nature. 'It .has, not always been his own fault. Poor paint or a bad brush has often ruined the work of a good artist. .Many a singer has had his song spoiled by a close atmo sphere, an unsympathetic audience, or a faulty accompaniment. Hut the failure was there, and often tho victim of it has been charged with the full blame. Yet to how m itch of strength of nature and greatness of achievement, have failures led iu the case of men of courage ! It has boon said that the mail who 'never liiado a mistake never made anything,' and it is eqtia'Iv certain that un broken. success has spoiled luanv a man of talent. ? 'A failure- now and then is a splendid tonic to the character. It makes the successes not onlv sweeter, but- greater by the lessons it teaches.'

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

' Are your lips white, feSfy your cheeks colorless, IB El your ears transparent? m And do you look thin 1 ' and care 'vorn? 11 doesn't take much imasina iTiii,., ? viaLQ tiontosco IP'S' ' ^rj\ilSre^ l'Ps- — ^77^') 111 -blooming ' cheeks, and a bright, cheerful face, in cvory bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If your appetite is poor, your digestion imperfect, and you feel nervous and weak, you ought to take AVER'S Sarsaparilla It expels all impurities frorn tho. blood, and gives strength and vigor - to the nerves. It will surely re store you to health. As now made, Ayer's Sarsa parilla contains no alcolfol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prtpired by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, -Mm., U.S.A. A7£B'S FILLS, tho best family laxstir*. Constipation Overcome. Constipation brings many ailments in its train, and is the primary cause of almost all sickncss. Keep your bowels open regu larly and your blood pure and you will cscapc many of the ailments to...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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WHAT DAD SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

WHAT DAI) SAYS. Sorrow is the parent of many a song. To work for 'ove is to learn to love yom work. The finest prospects in life are found nt tho summit of disagreeable duties.

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TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

To-day. Other suns will shine as golden, .» Other skies bo just as blue, Other south winds blow as softlv; Gont'y drinking up tho dew; Other golden rod and asters With tho sun and sky agree, Those for other men and women — Just to-da.v for you and me. Other fruit of winoy flavor Wanderers will pluck and eat, Ot.'ier birds with winsome voices, .Other songs will sing ns sweet; O'er the dappled brook will midges Dance an hour, then cease to bo, All tho world may havo to-morrow — lint to-day's for you and mo. Other gardens will be planted Fair as this which' we ci\'I ours, Other blooms will put to shaming .Those benign, old-fashioned flowers; All the glories of the snnset Iu tho sunrise ono may see, That which others call the dawning Is tho night for you and me. — Kdith Mintcr.

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TESTED RECIPES. Houevcomb Rock. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

TESTER' llKCTPES. Ilonevcomh linck Two tnblc.spoousful honey, a small piece of butter, -1110 teaspoonful carbonate soda, two tfiblospooiisfu! sugar, tli;ee tablcsnoonsful hot water. Cook the same way 11s toffee, until it hardons whon dropped in cold water; then a(W the carbonate of soda, stir c|iiickl.v, and pour into a buttered pie-dish. Muffins. Muffins are easily made from this recipe: To every pound of flour, mix 0110 egg, one ounce of butter, and two tablespoonsful of yoast. IWclt tho butter in half a pint of milk. lleat tho mixture Hhorouglily, and set to rise for two hours. Form into cakes, and bake on a griddlo. AYIi'en the bottoms are brown, turn, ? and bake on the -other side. » Caramels. Ono bound sugar, one ounce honey, half a giH hot water, ono gill cream, t|uarter tea spoonful butter, vanilla, or essence of lemon. Boil all until tt few drops .in cold water crackle slightly 011 coming into contact with the water. Then add a small teasjioonful of essence. Pour on a slab ...

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The Man on the Land. BEST COW IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

The Man oil the Land. BEST COW IN AMERICA. ; A coinnion cow without any nanic, nt tlio farm of tlio University of i Cornell, New Joi . soy, is Enid by I'lol'essor Ij. H. liailev to bo tlio best row in tlio ? United Status, and to prom it hi' recently took her along on n loot uro tour. Siio travelled ill a private car, not in a st,ocl- ear, but a real un-to-dato pri vate ear with padded sides, and all the eoin torts of licnie. Kite was foil bv a eol'ego pro fessor, nnd another rolle^o i rolVssor groom ed and washed lier ni^lit and morning, ano ther milked lier, and two others talked ti bolt t her. Professor li'.iiley showed by this cow what the farmers -v-n do with low-priced stock in the breedin;; line.

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

Just Another Fond Couple. He: 'I see .« ^ for quality and flavor ?' Sue : ' It's ' Daisy ' brand we get, my dear ! He : ' Of course, naturally, in BUTTER you get the CHOICEST.' PRESCOTT, LTD., TA¥W01g'™'Agonts. . I BUYERS I Plcnso stato I GRAZIERS! I [sELLERSI Send par- I your requirements, when ? ticulars of Sale Stock daily - revised lists of EARIMIEaRQf :uu^ Property. Wo Stock nnd Proper- FHItlllfcllO ? liavo prompt buyers for ties will bo - both. Let us know your forwarded. SELEC TORS ' tr'!ck requirements. PERFECT ARRANGEMENTS AT HOMEBUSH havo been. made hy us for tlio reception of FAT STOCK. at .any hour, day or night. Splendid RESTING PADDOCKS with PLKNTY PUKE WATER have been provided. AH consignments, great or small, will be CAREFULLY CLASSED and sold by our competent salesmen. Our enormous and rapidly-increasing wool business has boon built up by brains, allied to up-to-date business methods. Each branch of our busi ness is conducted by skilled specialists, all of whom aro ...

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

MSMKWMIMIIHMnH* | 'EMU' Corrugated i s ROOFING IRON. I Wc regret ihe many disappointments caused our customers during ® @ the past five months through our inability to supply regularly this $ © celebrated brand of Roofing Iron. 9 @ This has not been through any fault of ours to provide regular # @ supplies, but the trouble originated owing to the works being un- 9 to ship our orders, due to the increased popularity of this $ @ brand combined with the necessity of having to oomplete various ® @ Government contracts entered into by them at the end of last year. & The manufacturers lately advised us that they have enlarged the capacity of the works, giving them facilities for a largely in- # @ creased output, thereby enabling them to resume regular ship- 0) ments with promptness and despatch. $ We are further advised that the bookings this current year con- $ stitute a record, though there are several months still to go. . & £1 ® 15 llapidly incraising sales arc therefo...

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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. "OLD-FASHIONED" WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jeunoviv.') 'OLD-FASHIONED' WAYS. How often ill reading we 11111 across some such phrase as this : 'Uld-fashioned ideas of morality!' Or wo bear someone say: 'I liiay liavo old-fashioned notions about the sacred lioss of t.he marriage vow,' but ? . Or a mother savs: 'I am going to bring my chi! (li en 1111 111 i iu* uiu-iii.MniMit'u n ii \ . .»iy ^1115 shall know how to cook nnd do housework, i if necossnry, and they will make good wives and mothers.' . | Hut there are worse things than hcing old- i fashioned. Pto^res.s is all very well, provid- \ iti^ it takes us in the rinlit direction. Not unseldom the noisy motor-car that whirrs past j the jojiuini: horse nnd trni- has to halt for ! repairs a mile or two farther on. The .old fashioned conveyance mnv he slower, hut it's sn for. And why shou'd we feel it necessary to call ideas of riyht living old-fashioned, and to sneak of them m a semi-apologetic man ne.r? If old-fashioned, so much the...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. loth .Sunday after '1 rinity— Sentem x;r lt!i. Tnmworth. — ^t. John's, ^ a.m. *'*V';' a.m. (H.C.). lifv. \V. F. llnrns-AN iilker ; n.111., ifov. W. I''. 'tlanis-Wa'kei*. ^ .Mcoiihi.— St. Aiulieii 's, 11 a.m., Itev. C. llickblis. Uprer Neuiiu/ha.-- St. Martin's, :! u.m., I.e.'. Dii-kcns. Xcmin^h'a. — All {-'aints , (.'10 n.iu., ltcv. C... Dickons.

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Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Parish of M'ost Tamworth. Cieriiv: ltov. William J. Currant. ?1th Day— 1' ! ' t t :i Sunday alter _ I runty. ?it. Paul's. — 8 a. ii'., H: ly i oiiimnnioii ; II a.m., M-ittias and llolv Communion ; 3 p.m., Children'.; Her', 'ice ; 7. Even- song. Goonoo Goonoo Road.— :i p.m., Kvonsfii'j;. Curi-almhiila. — 11 a.m., ilattinii anil Litany. Duri.— 3 p.m., Kvensaiv;. Goonoo Gocnoo.— 7.30 p.m., ICvcnscn^.

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Parachial District of Nundle. Sunday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Parochial District of Nuiullo. Sniidav. S;-:*.tcinl)er l. Xundlc. — 11 a.m. (llolv Communion). llaiii-'ihii Ilock.— 3* p.iii. N'undle. — r-j.m. ? Rev. G. E. Drown.

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

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Tamworth. — St. Nicholas' Church, Mass cvurv Sunday at 8 and 10.30 a.m. ; on week (lavs at 7 a.m. Sunday School from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. Rosnrv, Ser mon and lienediction, at_ 7.30 P^m* Evening devotions every Friday at 7 .30. liaptism and Churchjigs every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. 'Sunday, September 1. Attunga. — .Mass at 10 a.m. Very ltov. Dean O'Neill, V.l1. Rev. W. A. Mullins. Rev. 1'. 'A. O'Urion.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

PR ES 1 1 V T 101! T A N CHURCH. Smidav. S*.*!.teuil-.'i* I. Tamworth. — 11 a.m., 'I'.ren a Vapour,' Rev James Cosii, l!.A., li.l). ; 7.30 p.m., Y'.niug People's Night, 'Giaduation Day.' Rev. Jani's C'csh, H.A., 1 i . 1) . Dungowan. — 3 p.m., 'In everlasting reniem l;raiii*e.M Itev. Jaiues Cos!', II. A., It.D. N'emingha. — 'J a.m., .Septoinlier 11. Mociibi. — 3 p.m., Sciitemhei* 11. Lconiberah. — 3 p.m., Septenihui* 11. Rev. James Cosh, Minister.

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Manilla District. Sunday, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

Manilla District. Similar. Sei'temher *1. Ue-jtive. — 11 a.m. S'oinerton. — 2.30 -1.111. Manilla. — 7.30 i-.m. Rev. Norman McKie, 11. A.

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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

f METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, September l. Tamwortli. — 11 a.m., .Mr. R. Ilarley-Jones; 7.30 p.m., Rev. James Colwell. West Tamworth.— 11 a.m., Mr. E. Symons; 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. Ilarley-Jones. Attunga. — 11 a.m., Mr. AV. II. Pryor. Hallsvilie. — 3 p.m.. All*. AV. II. Pryor. Winton. — 3 p.m., Rov. J. Colwell (Sacra ment.) Gidley. — 11 a.m., Rev. J. Colwo'l* (Sacra ment). Oxlcv. — 11 a.m., Mr. W. A. Ilourne. Gowrio. — 3 p.m., Mr. A. Howlelt.

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

A HUMAN OSTRICH!! H is reported fj-oju America that 11 man died there rccentl.v under tho most startling conditions. This poor, misguided follow used to wilder that ho would swallow nails, chains, and similar articles. In an attempt to save tlio man's life, (lie doctors removed from his stomach a wateli chain, suvoral keys, and a number of iron nails! No wonder the poor fellow died, for sueli things are not food, nor are they such waste as can he naturally expelled! And everything you nut into your stomach must either feed or nourish yon, or ho ex pelled, as waste, hy the howls. In other words, it, must he thoroughly digested, or you will he sure to suffer and, in tho onfl, to die! ltut if your stomach, is out of order, even plain wholesoino food does not digest as it. should. Then, instead of nourishing you, it actually poisons .vou and clogs your system. This is the cause of pains after eating : headaches, bilious attacks, constipation, sleeplessness, rheumatic troubles, low spiri...

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"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. CHAPTER V. UBIQUE SHOWS SKILL WITH THE STOCKWHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

' UBIQUE,' ?Hi© Scientific -Bushranger. IIY CliAllEfsfCE AV. MARTIN. Author . of ? Iho Bush Emblem,' 'Tho Lust ? ? of Hate,' etc. CHAPTER A'. L.I5IQUIS .SHOW'S SKILL AVITH THE ? STOCKWHIP. ?S ir ;' snt,'-' ,thu, duress, bound for Jsnsbane, his head thrown back on the cushions, with an intense look of ennui upon ills face, and from time to time a frown fli-' okerod across his brow, as he brought his tense bus together with a gesture of sup pressed fury. I he worry of the past few - weeks was beginning to tell even no liio hardened frame. His cheeks were sunken, I but the eves still retained their old look of, lire mid determination. I wonder how it will all end?' lie nuit-j H-1?'- '/ Thurston will not get sick of the whole business, and refuse to go any further. That would, indeed, be hard,'» he thought, lie .sett ed himself into a brown sttidv for several minutes; then he sprang to- his feet, to the consternation of an old ^;ent, who shared his compartment, and evi dentlv thought, l...

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