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

When Doctors recom mend and the public universally use a remedy for one . specific purpose you may be sure it has merits which entitle it to such high recognition. ?_ This is the case with California Syrup of Figs, the safe, gentle and reliable laxative . that .soothingly cleanses the system and successfully stems the habit of constipation in man, woman or child. ° Insist on having the original and genuine ( 'NATURE'S PLEASANT LAXATIVE.' - Of all Chemists, in two sizes. PRELIMINARY notice. G. A. Jacob and C. A. Park, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. 'VVERIllS CREEK. PROUD S Suites of n ose Pink and Green Cornelian Set with Pearls, In 15ct. Gold. \ Obtainable only nt W . J. PROUD'9, ^ 137 Pitt Slroot, noar Klntf St., Sydney. ' Kec lnco, £3/10,- ; Hnrrtnge, 2r/- tho

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. RADIUM, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our Correspondent). RADIUM. K'iC. Great are tile virtues of radium. AYiien backed by a handsome woman, ondowed with kind expression of countenance and. a win ning presence, it can make the sovereigns -fairly jump. -;yt of tlie nockots which other wise would have been ste.rnly buttoned up. Two scats at Nellie Stewart's radium fund matinee realised, we are told, guineas, and for lot) seats, usually obtainable at from ti) to 7/0 each, from '21/ to 31/0 was obtained, the whole tutallin;: over £180. Of course it will be said that it was the winning personal ity aforesaid that did the wluv'e of the busi ness. It is very doubtful, however, whether even a favorite like Nellie Stewart could arouse Mich a furore about any of the fami'iar remedies which the family physician still finds so useful in mitigating the internal' woes of his young patients. About these we imagine that wo know pretty nearly all that can bo known, whereas abnut radium there are 'potential- itie...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. ALLEGED MURDER OF CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Pross Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. AM.HGKD .Mini DICIt OK Clllld). alary Louisa Hardy, a nod L'O, was placed mi trial at the Criminal Court, churned with liiiirderinn her male child at Cnpcrtrcp. The ? Ci'nivn Prosecutor stated the bntlv of nn in fant was found buried in tho siind nitli a (Japing wound in the throat. It would pruved the child hud lived and tliat tlie it)J jury in -|iiostion was the cause of death. The case is proceediii!;. Malt Kine ran (i* fiirlnniis in liniii. ITUec corded.1' TI'S ' l,:t' £

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Murroon News. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

Murroon News. (From our correspondent.) lbo rainfall for August at Murroon (P.R.iS.) amounted to 121 points, 10 being re corded iu tho last 'rainfall. More rain is ru ciuirod now as the ground is getting very drw Tho grass and crops are growing splendid ly, while the stock are all beginning to 'et that glossy sheen on them. T Tho Murroon people are very interested in tho Government experimental plot on .Mr. l'nrjro's fsirm T1w» ikh.i;.,,. ii... .\nr ? , plots has made a lot of difference, 'as he who runs may read, ' whereas before it was only conjecture as to the names of tho differ ent wheats. Buildinn is Koiin; on stoixlily. Mr. K. Mae Namara has a nice cottage just completed, while Jlr. Sharp lias a commodious cottano ill course of construction. The Hoser Bros, are nhout to commence, liavin;; their timber on the ground ready. Tho Muroon and 'Winton people are verv ploased to see that hridnes are to be built over tho Cla.v Gully and Tan.;aratta Creeks. They hope that these will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

CUTICURA CURED TWO BROTHERS _ .T-y^r^ ' ' 1 One had Face Covered with Itching Eruption— Eyesight was Affected — Raw, Itching Humor Spread Over the Other from Head to Feet in a Single Day— Dreadful ? SKIN-TORTURES YIELD TO EASY TREATMENT 'In 1007 my faco broko out in a mass of itching sores which finally ntTectcd tmy eyesight. I tried Ecveral highly recom mended salves that cost ono dollar an ounce, but to no avail. A friend of mine urged mo to try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment as he was Buro of good rcsulia from his own experi ence. X Nuscd tlio Cuticura Ointment for about six weeks, after washing thoroughly with tho Cuticura Soap. My faco Is in pcrfect health now which I owo to tho Cuticura Remedies. 1 shall always stand by them as ono of the greatest blessings to tho suffering thousands. Arthur D. Gridloy, 532 Dean St., Brooklyn, U. S. A., April 0, 1909.' 'In tho middlo of tho night of March 30th I wolto up with a burning itch in my two hands and I felt as if I could iiull t...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNBY, Tuesday. SIISSFY STBFKT ^ALFS. The produco market was very firm and prices realised showed a substantial improve ment, with the exception of potatoes, which remained at late rates. Chaff increased by o/ ; luccrno hay 7/(5 per ton, wheat by Id. per bushel. Chaff moved off briskly, choice cuts 4/0 to ;-/. prime -l/'i to -1/0, good 3/7 to ?I/: medium from 3/3 to 3/5; choice' quality old summer hay, in small bales, -I/O and *1/0, prime 3/8 to ?!/, good new season's 3/3, prime new large bales 3/0, good truss bay 2/3 to 2/11 per ewt ; prime chickwheat 3/9 per bushel. Prime Brownell potatoes 0/10. me dium whiteskiin -t/10. AVheat 3/11 to -I/; barley 2/(5 to 3/. Northern Sales. — Lucerne hay, Ftilliames (TamwortM 3/G ; -wheat, .Af.r*Kenzio (Alanil la), passed 3/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

BR, S111C1. DON'S MG15STIVE TA BULKS. Taken alter meals, digest tho food. lhi« is the. natural cure f-n' Indigestion, l'ood half digested is poison, as it creates gas, aseiditv, palpitation of the heart, 'end- aches, and instil v other troubles. „,«hen you take Dr. Sheldon's Digestive laliulos vou can feel certain you aro not taking 'into vour system aity strong medicine or powerful drug, but simply the natural di lieslivo eloinonts wliic*)i overy weak stomnch larks. Ono or two taken after oacli meal will positivelv cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia/ nnd all Stomach troubles. 2 /(- per tin of 80 Tahules. Ohtainablo at nil stores and Pull man's Pharmacy.* ' [ii^er -? life alright I The only Mouth Organ worth buying. made in one quality only the VERY DE8T. 6(1, 1/3 11- 3/- cacft. 1ALL DEALERS '' SELL THEM. I '4 1 1 ' iinwwJ I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

SPKFC1ILFSS WITH WONOKU are the friends of those cured of Indogestion, I and all Stomach Troubles, by Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Price, :?/(- per tin. Ob- | tainahlo at aL* stores and Pullman's Phar- i macy.# ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

IT DAZZLES THK AVOULD. No discovery in nuMlicino lins. over created one quarter of the interest t)iat lias been caused by Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs ami Colds. It has brought relief in the most hopeless eases, when al! else has failed. Ohtainablo at all ttores and Pull man's Pharmacy.* T. G. NlcShane & Co., Music Depot, BRISBANE STREET. Solo Local Agent for Paling and Co., Ltd. The woman on tlio right nover used Ayer's Hair Vigor. Sho neg lected her hair, and now herself suf fers from neglect. On tlio contrary, the woman on tho left has always used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and 6wea to it much of her youthful appear ance and attractiveness. ftair Vigor produces beautiful hair. Long, rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky hair, free from dandruff. Prepared by Dr. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, U.S. A* Mil. A. K. CONSTERIXINE (Organist of St. John's Cliurcli.) TEACHER OF SINGING, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN AND TIUOORY. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Address : 'MERRIMBULA,' Brisbane Street. N.B. ...

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THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

THE RAIIAVAY COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. (To tho Editor.) Sir, — TJie anil. i ll report of the Chief Com missioner for Railways is now available. It. shows that the total earnings of the railways and tramways for tho year ondin^ 30th June, 1910, were £(i,(i71,283. Tlie working ex penses were £.f,2o!l leaving a balance of £2,111,237. Or that balance £1,813,120 went to pay interest 011 the cost of construct-, ing and equipping tho lines. The surplus was £i568,l(i7. A number of now lines are now being built, and important deviations, duplications and improvements are byng carried out. In the near future there will be a much larger interest bill to pay. Rail ways and tramways already built and those under construction arn especially benefiting those who own land. Land owners, as such, do not pay for that benefit. The public gen erally pays tho interest on the ' traffic it provides, and the landowners secure the un earned increment due to railway construc tion. Suppose that the people decided...

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LABOR SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

LATIOR SPTCEOHKS. Mi. .T. J. Lord, tlio selected Labor caiuli r 'to for Tuniworth seat at tlie forthcoming .if a to elections, publishes in this issue a list - of mooliinfs to bo addressed l-v him. It will he i.eon that Mr. Tiord syonks at Tamworth ill the Contral Hull on Friday ni'lit next. — , Mr. McGoweti.tho leader of the Opposition ill Pailiamont/, will address the electors in . 1 t.'lo Central Ilall on tlio loth inst.

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THE PURE FOOD ACT. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

THE PURE FOOD ACT. (To tho editor.) Sir, — The far-reach in ;.c character of the above Act docs not appear to be generally recognised. Many people imagine that the manufacturer is alone liable for breaches of the drastic provisions of tho Act and regula tions, but some recent prosecutions show that the innocent (so far1 as intent is con cerned) vendor is liable equally with the real onentior against puiilic ncalin. Count.rv storekeepers lnav be offering for snlo well known brands of goods which yet rondel- them liable tn hoavv penalties, and even the neglect to exhibit certain regula tions will le'ive them open to a penally lint exceeding £20. ' Every person who deals ill foods of anv kind intended for human consumption should make himself acquainted with the law, and thus i-;rovont, unpleasant surprises. Yours, etc.. II. C. nRIERT.EV, K.C.P.A. Sydney, 31st August, 1010.

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HEAVY BOOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

HEAVY HOOKTNO. Wo .have boon asked to state that in conse quence of tlie lioavv booking for Dolores' ? ; , eoiif »vt- tp-morrow ?' -fWrolneodnvV night, it : V'oidd be.adyisiihl' for- ticket-holders to be in ? ^.;tbe-v:uvTts ns bnrly as.i:nssil-'o. It is reques ted the+,. tlios'i -re.--'lo J-oldiii;' t.'ckets for ? . ritihl ' sido of, the lie'l. fiiohiij tho stnim. will . ;?«!.. +.bo. entrance. Mt O^lleoK's yard, and tlios' linlrjin'r for tlio loft-, sidn 0f f 1.(1 l];i]l ;-:\villt-ike tlia entrance in tho hino.

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IGNORANCE IS BLISS. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

IGXOlt ANCIO IS I1I.ISS. [?] Sir, — Moonhi Sam's hist- letter mado its appearance in your issue of 30th ult., but it was so weak that I bad to cut it out and loan it up against, a copy of Wade's Coercion Rill in the dust bin for support, while I read it. 'Hit1 poor debilitated effort needs 110 con tradiction, it is simply a glarin;; advertise ment of Sam's appalling ignorance of all political matters, past and present, in tho State of Now South AVales. And further more, and moreover, Sam will remain a po litical nonentity, while lie takes the gospel of bis political creed from the untruthful and utterly unscrupulous daily press. Sam's in ference drawn from tlio heading of my last letter is altogether incorrect. ' Yours, etc., ELECTOR.

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WERRIS CREEK EIGHT HOURS' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

W13UTIIS On^T^rc ICTOTTT- HOURS' DE ? ? MON.STR ATION. , ; 'I ho '.seventh bight hours demonstration .will be held at AYerris' Creek on Monday, Rcp lombcr'19. A i*ood programme of oveiits has hetin arranged, and wo ere assured that the s.V;;5 V^phirtMitloh' ' '=WH ' easily be the best yet hold.. Cadets will lip present from Arniidnle. Tcowort\ lhirrntvi, Gimncdah. find Ouir ~:-:iv'jncli,'-;»-nd :'cot»irctit/»rs ' for nnti--nnl dnncine - frnni Newcastle, Armidalo. and Tamworth , ; ; A rtists .have ? licdn engaged from several nor .- ? ..therii , towns for the concert at iii;;ht.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do nut necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] BUSINESS COMPETITION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. [We Jo nut necessarily endorse thu opinions of oar corrrspondeutH.] HUSIXl'IS.S CO.MI'KTITIOX. (To tho Editor.) Sir, — Referring to my letter under tlie above heading in your issue of the 2nd inst., I un derstand that the liev. .lames Colwell consid ers that reference is made to him and has given bis assurance that- he does not derive any personal gain in connection with any music agency. I am nloasofl to 'i\'i. mililici i v in tliis state ment at his request, but at the same time I do not admit that my previous letter re ferred lo him. HUSINK.SS MAN.

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A POINT POINT FOR ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

' , A POINT I-'0U ALD1CRMICN. , „ Sonio littlo. tiiiio a;jo ail extraordinary va ' - Vancv occurred in tho Molong Council owing ;fc -.io tho: resignation of Aid. Uennett. An elec tioir v.as notified;, and II.' C. Butts and George yr. J'.t'ishm- woru nominated. The rotiiniing oflicnr, C. J. Waul, town clerk, however, ruled that both nominations wore informal, v.'. because neither had conformed to clause 70. 'men provides that candidate to be eligible must have paid all /?grates and obiiriro* due loathe council seven ; clear daya before tho date of nomination. In j- J-Parsloiv's 'case ho was indebted to the extent , of ls (id for sanitary charges, but 110 account -.?-'had been 'rendered for the same, nor would nnjr liavo been rendered till a week later, as 'the; payments for this service are exacted monthly. Parslow appealed against this de-' 7: eision of the returning officer, lnaintainiiig . that to conform with this clause of tlie Act it would be necessary to pay the fees in ad van...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (Bv 'Critic.') Saturday was not an ideal day for football Old Sol burnt blisters on the earth, and it. consequence the thermometer ran too big] tor physical exertion of the Bugby variety It was a day for exercise in easy stages; anc the weather suggested cricket. * 1 ^ A rmidate Nor{h seconds mcjt TJumwuj th North seconds on the Oval. The match was, evenly-contested throughout, and light up to full-timo it was cither side's game. The visi tors won by 10 points to 0, scoring two con verted tries against Tamworth's three uncon verted tries. One of the brightest nieces of play in the match, was when Snell scored foi Tamworth. Ho used good judgment and ini ative, scoring in a good position. Air. Shaw was referee. Fast went under to North on Saturday. The northerners came with a cyclonic gusl and submerged their hitherto unbeaten rivals. It was a hard, fast game, and keenly contes ted, overy minute of it. North deserved to win, thev were out for victory, and at nr. stag...

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BESSES O' TH' BARN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

Tir ItAliX. -A lvolcomo return visit from this world rc .^.nownod. band, was made to Tamworth on ;^#lfnda;v?'^.Pm^afteriiooH perfonnance was fslirl.Yjwell -attended,' and those mesonl were, as usual, dolii.'!tled_ with the inimitable ron 'dorin'gs ofitlio various numbers. Coninienc ' Sjitr with 'tt. -siw-ibed march 'Punchinello' r; (Kiinmer) the .band' then gave tlie ever-green .'Magic. Flute. Overture.' One might, per i-sniai:s:nio. inclined to think, that tho wondronr ?* .7'jjrarA.nnd dolicaey of AW, art's music can * liardlv be fully oxen\i)liSe-l bv brass instru i ^s'iiiohts,- but;-it was, nevertheless, a fine per T-.;v;s'formance. A.))retty selection from tho fani ;.-v-:;;ilinr :''Mikadb;'vwas succceded by a likewise pleasing arrangement of airs from 'II Trova . ''* toro!-' (Verdi), whorein several of the accom . ' ' j:lis!i'od soln i)layers met with opportunities, M-liioh, needless to say, were admirably ear :: ; ried out. In the second part of the programme [-' -?-somewhat co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

The TAMWORTH OBSERVER AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER. TUESDAY KVKNING, .SIOPTliMBEll '10

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