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The Man on the Land. MONEY IN FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

The Man 011 the Land. MONEY IN* FARMS. Two years ago, a Quirindi farmer bought 11 farm* at Gunuednh for £2000. A little lator bo sold for £8201), and thought lio did remarkably well. Tlie new owner quickly sold out for £1000, and tlie other day tho property changed hands for £10,000.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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HINTS FOR MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

HINTS FOR MANURING. Tn a bulletin issued by the .Stillwater Ex vtcriniental. Station, U.S.A., the chief points ill manuring the land are thus set out:— 'Jo manure the subsoil, use all the liian ni'o produce:! : prevent losses by washing :i \i-:i v ? null, hnriiiiof straw. and lialll the i''in!;rc t:n to the licit! somewhere, tonic time, and somehow 'Manure tho highest and. poorest spots j'ivc n good application at one time — from 15 to 22 horse-loads— and manure another - place next time. 'Manure with reference to the timo of rainfall, to tho . next crop which is to be ? grown, and to the other work which must ho ilono ; late autumn nnd winter, wliei. ? . otlioi' work is not pressing, is a good timo: light, . tpodrcssings may be applied to wheat ii-. .tho -fall. ' ' 'Growing crors for green manuring alone, ?n not the most profitable method. Pasture ? them and uloug!' under 'the remainder when' about mature. This applies, chiefly to cow roas. If sorghum is to be ploughed under, it sh...

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The Approach of Spring. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

Tho Approach of Spring. . « it li tlie near approach of spring all dairy farmers are recommended to carefully examine t.ieir Cream Separators ami refit their machines with the ne?essarv new dupli cate parts. Also, if the bowl requires re balancing or any other repairs, we can lend a bowl to enable the bowl in the machine ta be sent to us for = 1V„ ? ? * fully ask our numerous customers not t- wait until the last minute before having their separators overhauled, air! !:i avoid any dclnji -en our j'Sirt which may po*sibly occur if everything is left over until the ? busy season sets ill. AVe have duplicate parts in stack for every 'Alfa-Laval' Separator ever so!:l hi us, even if the machine has been in nsi twenty years or more. Thc question of he'll;; able to obtain duplicate parts does not re ceive the consideration it should. Many people .have bought odd outside makes of Cream Separators and when duplicate parts are needed it lias not been possible to oli i tain them nnd conscouentl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

ANNUAL liSi SALE, ' - ?- 1 . ? ' - ?? ' - ' ' % . ? ' v . .'--'Mir Jiit 'f.: - ',- t9th September and Following Days. 7/X-. ^ ; ' - - ? ' ; 'S,y/r*: \ C GUARANTEE YARD 700 HEAD, 'Z3 Wc hold our next Horse Sale at Tamworth on above dates when we guarantee to yard 700 Head, but will probably have 800 forward. Out of this number- there will be about : ; 500 DRAUGHT HORSES, - ; ' broken and unbroken, and the right ages. Also several consignments of yearling draughts; balance comprise all classes of Harness Horses, Saddle Sorts, and Ponies. ... Sale commences at 10 o'clock sharp each morning. . : WM. INGUS ft SDN, 244 Pill-St, Spicy, ' -''v . ' -i , IANDERS S CANTRELL,' Tamworth, ?- ' s 5 .V _ - Auctioneers iii Conjunction. i ' ^ V; - ? ? ?? I ?* V :? r. ' ; , . V=;^='v . RUBBER STAMPS! - RUBBER STAMPS! : ^ - - . -? - _ ? . - ????. ? ^ * , ? : . ? *.«- vv- ? | May be obtained at the 'Observer' Office on the shortest notice. ? '-4v%C.', -£.??.?: : ' i Vlfe V '' -? ; 7 JJV.All Designs Manu...

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GOLF. BOGEY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

COLF. BOGEY HANDICAP. A bogey handicap (sweepstakes) wiis play ed on the links on Saturday afternoon last. Some good play took place, nnd Mr. McKay ha.d the better of the 'colonel' to tho tune of 7 holes, which is a specially good result for tho Taniwortli course. ? Results: — Hep. score Al„ir.„. Cl- - ? '' ? ? t up. R'Ktlott ? 21 5 un. O. A. Edwards ? ? 22 -1 up. -AlcTiiggart ? 24 1 up. Harris ? ? 21. square Johnston ? ..,..'22' square ,? ? ?? ? ? ? V. :;1G 1 down C. Ivlwards .. . . . . . . . . ' 22 1 down Henderson .. .. ... .. ,.J 21 3 down Backhouse. .. .. .. .. . . ? 21 ' 1 down AVilslnro ? ? 13 5 down

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TENNIS. TAMWORTH V. WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

TENNIS. TAMAVORTH V. AVINTON. A team of four ladies and four gentlemen from AVinton played a 'lamworth team on the hitter's courts on Saturday last. After a ploasant afternoon Taniwortli were returned tho winners by 13 sots 10,'i games to !) sets 85 games. Hie following are the scores: — Miss Sexty and Reed v. .Miss Prvor aud I'.mblem, (i-2 — ti-'J. Samo v. Miss Davics and 10. Prvor 3-0 ? Same v. Miss Maunder and Prvor, 0-3 Miss Piper and Baxter v. Davics and h. Prvor, (i-2— 2-(i. P'l'cr and Baxter v. Miss Prvor and 1'.. I'.mblem, 5-0 — 3-0. Miss Piper nnd Baxter v. Miss Maunder and Prvor, 2-0— 3-0. Miss O. Cousens and MrDougatl v. Miss Maunder and Prvor. 3-0— (S-|. ? Miss O. C:-iisen.i and McDoin'nll v. Miss Dnvies and E. Prvor, (!-()— (-_4 .' ' Miss 0. Cousens and -Mz-Dougnll v. Misf I'iiiililetn and Prvor. 0-1 — 0-1 . Miss Hnlidnr. and Stevenson v. Miss Em blem aiifl Prvor, H-li—C-:'.. Miss Hnllidav and Stevenson v. Miss ?Maunder and 1'ryor, 0-3— (i-3 -Aliss Hiilliday and Stevens...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. COMMERCIAL EMPLOYEES' ASSOCIATION FINAL. WON BY TRELOAR'S. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. - (By 'Critic.') ? COMMERCIA l-r.0AIPI,OYfS. ASSOUlX - ^'OX BY~TRELOAR-S. BstsatgA Pie loans on Ue.lnesday atternoon, , t ?beV' V'n^irf'W 'r ' to /b, cent, f ' l,l,,y '''S W'fiued to t ie centre lor some tune, Fuller saving liieely once for Regan s by a well-directed k^lv. Some mnrKs and intcrchnngo of kicks lollowed. iMcLeod lucked and Fuller niis.si,ig the bounce, the former gathered nicelv and scoied an easy try beneath the posts. Maber converted. Irehmr s o, Regan's nil. Kick ed ofl, the ball hit the post, mid eluded the '''d ?' (i.uplc i.r greens coming along hccied. 1 ullii ln.ssed an easv goal Tre lo.irs o Regans .1 1' rees followed for both sides. ho greens keut attacking, and IVe C'l!l'S ,''|C \l I llu' l'i1'l's n,avko-l ''''it mid luld, and Maher made a goo( though unsuc ? o slul vht t | I h^iites kicltcd, ami tollc.n t J -,u we ll, but was jostled on tho Jim., ,iml .i /n,' yords .^cnini followed. Tre lc.ai s bu.uvlit t)w. -ivn I nway, but the greens retu...

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Cycle Notes [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

Cycle Notes (Bv 'Wnratah.') ' 'A -'-ni|iiitlco meetin-r oi tlie Jamwortn -Biovcla Club was held at Nail's Commercial Hotel on AVednesday evening, the 7th inst., ?when tho followim: gentlemen were present: -'Messrs. R.AA'. AVebster (chairman),. F.J. Mor riss- J- Mason. 1'. Mc.Guiness, M. Mcllraith, G Priic l-: A oung (c.i' tain), AV. Tobin, R.J. Harrison. S Morris, li. Curtis (treasurer), ami '? i . iti.iim:ns (Mi ii--i.il, )? , was received from Mr. A. Bailey. Ihe bal : unco sheet of the Speedwell Road Race and Si'iil was received, and showed a profit of ibt ut £:J'10/; On tlie motion of Mr. Hnr i ison veconded bv G. Curtis, it was decided to Moid a J.U nine ruml ra I'e on tile 21st Sep tember, the prize list to be as follows: — - h irst Prize 7 — £2/2',' donated by the Club. - Second Prize. — i set of raciii^ tubes, do nated by Mr. AA'. Tobin. Third' Prize. — Open order for 15/, donated by Mr. R. AV. AVebster. Fastest Time. — 10/0 cash, donated by Mr; D- P. Mullins. ' A vote of tha...

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MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

MUSICAL NOTES. (By 'Pitchfork.'} The visit to this town of the liesses' o' til' Barn band suggests a line of thought. It is futile to ciiticise such performers, tor the simple reason that we have .here no -standard by which to institute such criticisms. Much might be said as regards oiir individual likes and dislikes, but tlie fact romains that at present this touring combination represents the acme of brass band nerformances that have hitherto been heard he're. , That it- (or rather they)' must be an ob ject losson to those of us who t-ako an in- ' terest in this sort of music, cannot bo gain said. Their iVniidcrfi;l tone,' .attack, and / Jisenible, has arouscU, the enbhitsijasm of all who understand tlio capabilities -if tile brass birtul. But tho fact remains that music, inten ded by the composers thereof, for mixed or chestras, cannot by any manner of means, be properly interpreted by a body of instru ments who has at its command only one 'tone color.' This was fully exemplified...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

^TJh^JE^senco'af' VxteFlitVL ^ . CADBXJRY'S COCOA 1 cives valuable support to the whole system. It contain* W A everything essential to thc maintenance and restoration of m vitality, it easily digested, and possesses thc delicious* . 1.1 w f , ^ full, genuine cocoa flavour. ^ wffilpluHBw, . fe'. ,1-gacy r - ' '''??fe.'-Vfej1- .Aa,.. ..a. ? : ? ? ? ? ? SIOMC, GRAVEL, AM) BLADDER TROUUIjKS. & So many poople, especially ;is they nrivanco in years, suffer from .stone, gravel and bladder troubles, that the following letter will prove interesting to those of our readers who are thus afflicted: — 'For some years I was a great sufferer from catarrh of tlie bladder. I hud great dilllenlty in urinating. There was a dull. .aching pain in the lower part of the body and intense inllammation of the kid neys. ' The discharge of urine was very scanty and of a idood-red ..colour, my bowels seemed to swell ami were very much bloated at times. I spent many pounds In medicines but could get not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

RKMUMBElf! 1'ltUNO IS AX ABSOLUTE CURIO FOB COUGHS, COLDS, 1NKLUENZA, AND A I . l' OTIJIOR CU It Alt 1,10 ClltfST THOUBLKS. IT'S IMOALLY MARVELLOUS HOW QUICKLY AXI) COMPLHTELY l'KUNO conquers tlu-s« troubles. MOT11K11S! Always not PRUNO for your Baby's old It's -il« l.,i I ' ' free from nil poisonous matter (this is :- vim'.v important- item for. your baby's future welfare). It is very pleasant to take and will euro baby's 'cold uuirlci-r tli-m ?u\il.;,, i you c-an gel, SO DON'T UK 1-UT OKI'', ask for PIIUNO AM) INSIST OX GUTTING IT. - ' --'' ,|niUlU Ul''1 ,l'-U!m,o e|s° „ : PRUNO is sold by all Stores and Chemists throughout this district tit l/(i and per licit tic. If your Storekeeper litis none ill stool;, I will solid von -i i- -i\ for 1/6 or 2/6. YOUR STOREKEEPER HAS MY AUTHORITY TO RETURN YOUlt MONEY IF PRUNO KAILS. U 5,1 aul) Sole Manufacturer — J. E. HOWL^MD, 247 Hunter-street, Newcastle. jpiF^Vou SUFFER 1 - FROM ; HEADACHES, PLATULEKOY, PALPITATION, INSOMNIA, . INDIGESTION,...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MWUTING. , I lie following weio present at tlio usual loitninlitl.v meeting of tho Municipal Coun cil, hold mi Tuesday night last:— Aid. Alex. Matlieson (Mayor), Austin, .Sclnrnrtz, Green, ? Jlowlott, Adams, Pippr, AVliito, Britten, Is on, and Bi'itz. An apology was roeoived for . tlio absence of Aid. Nnnkorvis. v-OmUOSPONDENCK . 1 wane, applying tor permis sion to use ill connection with the building ; of nn oflice and shop, portion of tlie footway and street immediately in front of tlio pro-, lnises known as timber yard. Granted. From Landers and Cnntrell, on belinlf of Owen IJiomas Keilly, submitting for tlio Council's consideration proposed plan of sub division of allotments in Upper-street.— Re- ferred to Works Committee. From A\ . F. Karran, asking approval to a subdivision of an allotment in Fitzroy street, West Taniwortli. — Granted. I' rom tlie Acting Secretary, Postmnstcr General s Department, Melbourne, through Mr. F. Foster, M.l\, as follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

PROMINENT ® NURSES RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TONIC TO ANAEMIC NERVE-WRECKED WOMEN If there ii one place where a good nerve and strength-recuperating medicine is required it is in the sick room. After any severe attacks of illness, a patient requires a reliable medicine to assist in regaining strength and health. Nurse Jamieson also declares that to be her v experience of the use of Clements Tonic* She writes from Macleay-street, Potts Point, Sydney, N.S.Wales. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.?— 'I have had considerable study of wasting diseases -and convalescent cases after severe attacks of fever, , diphtheria, accidents, nervous break down (through business worries), insomnia or intemperance. I have often seen .the . direct result of Clem ents Tonic in many instances, and have found marked improvement re-; suiting ia the restoration of nerve force, healthy appetites and perfect rest; ClementsTonic is undoubtedly a medicine the convalescent invalid may use with benefit, as well as the man or woman who...

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SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

SUSSEX STREET SALES. Ihe market was dull. Wheat 3/11 to 4/, barley 2/0 to '/, chaff declined 3/4, oaten hay 5/, potatoes 10/ per ton, and maize Id per bushel. Lucerne hay met with a strong de mand and late values were well sustained. V .ni.iiin ? ? I 1,1, III, pi line .y:i in 4/3, good 3/5 to 3/8 per cwt., prime lucerne chaff -I/O, medium 2/11 per cwt, good rack oaten liav 3/!)-to 4/ per cwt. There was no demand for rye straw. Prime dry yellow maize made 2/8 to 2/8!, medium chick wheat 3/0} a bushel, good lirownell potatoes (ij, medium -I/O. to 5/0, good blue Derwent's 5/i), prime whiteskins -l/(i to 5/. Northern Sales. — Lucerne hay, R. J. John ston (Nemingha), passed 2/11 ; Fulljiimes (Tamworth), new 3/7, old 3/5 ; .W. H. Sage (Moonhi), passed 2/11; T. fiarr. 2/0 : I!. II. Suttor (.Venifngha), 3/5; .1. Lord 3/2 per cut. Lucerne threshings from Wiseman (Attnnga), 2/11 per cwt: lucerne chaff from Laidlaw (Moonhi), passed 3/7.

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MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) A successful two days' horse sale was held this week, and every class of horses were very dear, especially nondescript and draughts. An old resident in William Hodges passed away at his residence on Monday last, at the age of 57, after an attack of pneumonia. A meeting of the Muswellbrook Jockey cidcd to hold a two days' race meeting at the end of October, when £150 will be distri buted during the two days. Mr. J. O. C. Davies, chief accountant at theConimorcial Bank, has been promoted to be bank manager at Burren Junction. He leaves on Thursday. Mr. A. E.'~ Scion, of Blayney, succeeds liiin. Races are to be held at Aberdeen on Saf in day next, and promise to he very good, as twenty-seven horses have been entered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

Thc final meeting of the season of Armi dale Coursing Club took place on Wednes day. In the Club Stakes Beth Gellert beat Lautana, the Maiden Stakes went to Flying Dreadnought, Jolly Guard being runner up, whilst All Blue beat Snowora in the Class Stakes, Diamond Sparrow beat Emneror in the Dog Sapling Stakes, and Extra Good dofcate?! iVticTToss of Vork in thy Bitch Sap ling Stakes. WANTED Smart BOY about II. Ap ply, DR. SEXTON, c/o Sinclair and Co., Chemists. WANTF.D. — General Servant, 2 in fami ly; wages 10 1 a week. Anpiv, Mrs. KRECKLER, Peel Street. WANTED a Bov or Girl, assist in k it— c.'ion. Apply, IMPERIAL HOTEL. WA NT Ii I) a BUTCHER. Apply, T. lvELLY, Farm 101, Loomberah. WANTED at onco, Kitchen Maid for Ar midale School, 12/ per week. Apply, MISS ABBOTT, West Tamworth. WANTED. — Good General Servant. Ap ply, Mrs. G. S. BROWN, Fitzroy i'treet. BOY wanted for farm; mill; and gener ally useful. Apply, 'Observer' Office *jr J. II. Robinson, Farm 219, Dungowan. WANTED. — A go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

ETC wm Ijritat ions, scalings and crustings of tho skin and scalp, with loss of hair, of ... infants, children and adults instantly relieved and speedily curcd by warm baths with' Cuticura Soap and gentle 'anointings with Cuticura Ointment. Guaranteed absolutely pure. fV-Id Ihmuilwut tlio Tporlfl.' IVpotar.T.omton. 27, ChartcrIiMi:,rj s ; ; ParK f». Hue «U- la Aurtrn- llrj. It. Towns Co. Sydney: India. J). K. Paul, Calcutta: Iron-; Korrr Dnt:: Co.: Japsn, Maruya, Ltd.. To!:i'-: Sj Afrirn. Lcnnon. I.td.. (.'npa Town, etc vvi.s.A.. I'ottcr JJrc^ Chcm. corp.. Bole Props., 'ij.j r'ohin:!)u^ Avr»., Jinston. :;-n:icn bonk, clvlnc elcFcrlptlnn. treatment c.nd curc of torturln z. db'flsurlus humours I71RUIT and CONFFCTIONIORY— Fresh supplies always oil hand. G. H. SANDS, Peel-street. t' The ' 1 Corsets , that Lead 11 012 j| jjpjjll Fashions' Tins statement tuny appear broad fl to you, but Ihe reputation o.f J generations ol Corset cou-truction J ? backs up our claim to be the lead- j ers in...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

1 BOXING. If Wolgast accents M.oran's challenge it will probably ho the former's last fight, as he has announced 1. is intention of perman ently retiring fro'.ii'tlio ring in October.

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BRITISH IMPERIAL EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

BRITISH IMPERIAL EXPOSITION*. Viscount ' Hill, representing the commis sion which wilt carrv out the arrangements of the British Tmnenal-Esimsition to be held in Lpndon in 1015; says the promoters are urnuigiiig to curvy out tho proposal ou u scale never before attempted anywhere. No foreign country will be represented lit the Exposition. Tlio products of manufacture, art, agriculture, mining, timbor, fruit, and grain, aiitl proTnbly cattle, horses, and sheep of every British x-ossession will be shown. Each self-governing and Crown colony will havo its own committee to ar range matters and as far as possible its own bnihhng will hold its exhibits. No subsidy will no askeiT for the exposition.

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) Si-DN1'j\ , Tuesday. I _ HOMUBirsiI SALES. oueep. — .-o,i-:i ? penned. I'nme wethers were lid to 1 j lugner ; others were nnalter- ' ed. Wethers 0/ to 21/1, ewes 8/ to 10/, Iambs 'to l-l/ti. Cattle. — 1355 head yarded. Values were Unaltered. Best beef was worth 24/ per 1001b. Bullocks made from C0/10 to £10/10, cows £4/10 to £7/10.

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