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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

AVUATIIER FOBKCAKT. 1' urtlier showers .over the southern, part of the State extending along the highlands and the south coatst, in tho latter chiefly. West and X.W. winds.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

M Ell BY DANCE. i Disciples of 1 erpsichore arc renrnded that tlio Mercantile Dance, Club purpose holding a social in t,ho Alhambra Hall on .Monday night, Julv 11. A waltzing competition is to be conducted, and a cordial invitation is extended to attend and become initiated in- 1 to tho gliding mysteries of the New Zealand waltz. Gent.'s tickets are 1/ti, and ladies by invitation.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSULTS TO DOORKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

TXS;;i,Yo TO DOOltKICKPEHS. correspondent complains of insults some times hurled at doorkeepers at the local halls. He says that the other night at tho' Allianibra a person attempted to gain access to the gallery, his ticket not being a gailer.y tiokot, and because 'the attendant refused him admission he used very discourteous language. ,

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

DB. SHF.LDON'S MAGNETIC L1NIMEM. AYill relievo at once Bhoiiiiiatisni, Lumbay). r,nni-i Hack, .Cut;/. Bruises, or Burns, and continued application wil elfect a cure ' 0 rema-.'kablv short tun'. Price Is. 0'L ''l'; Obtainable at All Sftores and Pullman s Pharmacy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Casual Reflections. llio cond.tion of Pool-street. — Democratic Candidates. — Tho show of tho North. — A great profession. — Alorc work for the Council. The success following . the asphalting ex periment on Peel-street gives rise to the sug gestion that some improvement could be made to other parts of the road. In wet weather the benefit of the asphalted portion stands out in bold prominence against other muddy and slushy parts Tlie work of as phalting was only carried one block and terminates at the i'ost office corner, leaving a marked difference between the central and other' blocks. 1 he work was carried out at a heavy cost, but the result justified the ex penditure of approximately £600. AVhat. is now needed, however, is that other parts of Peel-streiet should receive attention. In view of the expenditure entailed in asphalt ing, it is perhaps not practicable just, now to similarly treat other portions of the thoroughfare, but there are other ways and means of effecting improve...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

HELD OVEIt . Owing to pressure on space this issue, we aro compelled to hold over a deal of intc: esting matter.

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LOCAL NEWS. HOSPITAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

LOCAL NEWS. I HOSPITAL BALL. The dates definitely fixed for the Hospital . Ball aro August 10, 17 and 18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

A BEAUTIFUL GIRL. Ono of tho sweetest features of human life is to watch ft beautiful girl, young, straight limbed and fair of feature, develop into early -womanhood. Unfortunately at this tiipe, owing to the organic change taking place, giri's often become -weak and anemic. If they do not havo special attention most dangerous svinptoms mav ensue. The Ladies College of Health puts forward a treatment that helps young girls over this trying time ami carries them forward to robust womanhood. Tho treatment is inexpensive, and has re stored vmiiig girls ail over Australia to sound health. Send i2d postage for book telling all about tlm treatment. .»dress Dept. T., Toadies' College of Health, 177 Liverpool St., Sydney.

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Award for Country Butchers. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Award for Country Butchers. 'i liu 'Government Gazette' contains tho award -.f the liotail Butchers' Board, ill the Industrial Dispute between tho Australasian Kedurntc'd liulcliLMs' Shop limployoes' Union ol' i\ew .South AVales Branch, tlie various omplnvi'is engaged ill tho retail butchering I: ado at Armidale, Tamworth, and other adjoining district, 'llio provisions of tho award include tile following: — The hours of labor shall not exceed GO hours in any week for all persons employed :n.-or in connection with the process, trade, or business (if a retail butcher, seller, of meat, or unaker or seller of smalliroods or un cooked meats. 'Tableland Area' shall mean and include tho shopping districts and towns of AValcha, ITralla, Armidale, Guyra, Glencoe, Hill grove, Glen' Times, I'lmuiavillo, Deepwater, Black Mountain, Tentorfie'.d, Tinglia, and Inverell. 'Plain Area' shall menu and in clude tho shopping districts arM towns of Muswullhrook, .Scone, Murrurundi, Quirindi, Blandford, A...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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NARRABRI RACES. (By wire.) NARRABRI, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

NARRABR1 RACES. (By Avire.1 NAlUiAUKI, 1'riday. The Narrabri races were held to-day. Ivo MlPark Stakes.— Mr. McGee's Lady in Blue (Mea«di) 1, W. O. Kemp's Chevnne (Miller) 2 J limit's Revolver (Parkinson) 3. Other starters: Mozeinnar Comrade, M'Liss, ierra Virnui. Winner evens. Won in a canter foj three lengths. Time, lmin. 24secs. Nnnioi Handicap. — J. alden s Anatioft, 8-3 (Parkinson) 1, Palmer Hros. Volsloan, (llarvev) 2, P. J. Fenwick's Eastern Queen (Walker) 3. Other starters: Alice Court, Attention, Mllrlowan, Bloom. Betting: 5 to 1 Anatroft, 3 to 1 l'.astern Oiicon : -I to 1 Attention and Bloom. Hack Race.— K. Hawko's Fiddlestring, P. King's Lady Simon, J. Dodd's ANalnia. Time, ? 1.2-1. ,, Committee Handicap. — J. 1' letchers A ulla Nulla. MeGee's Lady in Bhle, Sinison s Si mon Pure. . - .Stewards' Purse. — V. . ltickett s Gold Lock, S. 'Cunningham's Mozionna, f. l'enwickes Dudley.

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SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

SUSSKX-STl' I0ET SALES. A small supply of mixed produce was siin niitted at auction in .Sydney to-day. Com petition for forajie was extremely dull, and lower nrieas were taken for all hues with the exception of oaten hay, which showed an improvement of 5./ a ton., ChalT declined ?'-/, lucerne hay 7/0. Puuinkins were again in small sunpiv and sold briskly at ail increase of 1/ Potatoes were reduced by 10./. Choice dinlitv clinff was opened at -l/IS; prime 3/9 to -I/:' medium 2/!) to 3/5; prime lucerne hay small bales 4/, medium 2/!), choice oaten rack hav '1/9. prime derrick straw 2/9, medium 2/(1 per cwt. Lucerne chaff was unsaleable, while nrime ch'ckwheat was disposed of at 3/6 1'rimo Algerian oats 2/1.1, ???ure nnmp kins -18 J to 51/ medium 37/ a Ion _ Prraio potatoes at 0/7 and 0/9, good jj I .o 0,3, medium -Ull. , , ir „' , Northern Sales.— Lucerne chaff, ?- Hr.i J shaw. Nenriiglui, 2/11, 50 bans luc. -.ie ll jtsh ings 1/6 per cwt. . . „ 'Wheat 3/4 to 3/(-l, ehiekwheat o o.C. ,...

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KELVIN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

KELVIN NEWS. (From our Corresimnrlm,#. 1 On Saturday afternoon tho monthly maet t'10 Kelvin branch of the Farmers ami .Settlers Association was held, uith the object of selecting two delegates to repre sent this flourishing branch of the associa tion at the forthcoming annual conference, to be held iu Sydney 011 July 11th. After a lengthy, and somewhat heated debate on the eligibility of certain caiulidatos owing tn Ihoir expressed sympathy with a certain political party, a liallot was taken, react ing 111 the e'ection of Mr. Frank O'Brien. Mr. F. A. Porter and Mr. O. Perrett tied for second place. A second ballot was taken with similar results, A special meeting w»s then held 011 AVednesday evening to deei'do t'n-. momentous question. The ballot re sulted in a decisive victory for Mi-.. F-. A. Porter There are several important ques tions that the reisdents are anxious to seo pushed forward. Some time ago a movement was afoot to have a railway via- ICelvin, but it was allowed to dr...

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Nundle Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Nundle Shire Council. At the usual monthly meeting of Nundle Shire Council, held on Saturday last, the following woro present: — Councillors Payne (president), Bright, Crichton, Rya', ^An'ollicial letter with regard to drill Duriwses under tho new 3?^nc^Act was referred to the committee of the School I, 4.1... f. mtimi Societv a letter was received askinn sup|H)rt in its objects. It was decided to support the proposed - bill for a central crematorium. ,!? A sub-comniitee was appointed to report on the advisability of taking over the Re creation Deserve and School of Arts with ?tlio view of adding to the present buildmgB, additions for use as Council Chambers. It was deeded to call tenders for clearing oil Barry-road. ' Permission was granted for tho planting or trees in tho streets under tho supervision of : tlio engineer. ? i ?

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IT'S SO HARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

IT'S SO. HAHD ta reiuso certain articles of food at meal time. « on want them, but there's the dis tress that always follows. Heartburn, Blont mg, Headache, Cramps or Vomiting make you feel nrserable. In. Dr. Sheldon's Diges tive lalmles you'll find sure relief. Tliev d-gest who,t :(o\x -eat, and strengthen the digestive organs, thus preventing these*ikU ments, which would develop into Chronic Dyspepsia if not attended to at. once. Sold in tins containing 80 TfTbuIes, at 2s Gd per tin. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] A SERIOUS MATTER. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

- CORRESPONDENCE. [Wc Jo not necessarily endorse the opinions .of our conrapomlenta.] A yiiUIOUS lUATTJOU. (To tho editor.) S i\ — In connection with an advert lseiuont which I havo in another column, the perpe trator may find it is a more serious mutter than he experts. The ^ate in question is tlio property ol' tho Railway Commissioners, and placed there for my convenience. . Yours, etc., T. A. CAIN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

C10TTAGH TO 'LKT. — Every convenience. I Apply E. H. DAIllD, Peel Street. LOOK out for the Grand March and Fancy Sets at the B.C. Ball. A magnificent Display. R(~\ BALL, 19 and 20th July, Grand ,\.J % March and Fancy Sets worth witnessing. ' OUIt Suro-To-Wake Alarm Clocks aro now in stock. Can we sell you one? 4/9, G/, 10/, 12/0. DHITZ, tlie best jeweller. Special Notice. STAFF OF LIFI'l. TO TIIF, PUBLIC OF TAMWOHTll AND DISTRICT. BBEAI) 2!d. PER LOAF. ' COUNTRY CUSTOMERS (CAPRIAGE ADDED1. - G, n. SANDS. WANTED. — Junior Grocer. No Idlers need apply. W. JACKSON, West Tamworth. ,'V\T ANTED. — Competent Cook and Latin ' V dress; also Housemaid. Apply, Pri vate Hospital, AVest Tamworth. WANTED. — Housekeeper or Married Couple for Gleiidon, near Bendeiiieer. Apply, T. S1SSOX, Moore Park, Armidale. ANTED, a Good GENERAL SEll VANT. Apply, MRS. LAWSON, Bank of New South Wales, Ciirralnibula. WANTED. — A Second-hand Plough. Ap ply in person to L. MOXAM, Go vernment Savings Hank, Tamworth. V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

'WET FEET. Often result in a heavy cold, neglect of which means Pneumonia or Consumption. A nosi tivo Preventative of these ills is Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds.' Small dose. Pleasant to take. ICvery bottle.guar anteed. Price, Is. (id. and 3s. Obtainable at all Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* He llirew him on the counter, Then h(i hanged him on tho floor, 11c. took him gently by the ear, And kicked him through the door; 'Twas not with any bad iiilont Ho hurt .his friend I'm sure, He felt so well since he had used That 'Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.*

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. UOMIOIIU.SH SALES. (Bv wire.) SYDNEY, Friday. Thero were -l(,ol.'l sheep puniul Prune Here higher, hut others unaltered. Wethers brought from 1 CI,.' ' j to 21/, ewes from 5/ to There were lo3l cuttle yarded. Values u-oro slin-'itlv higher. Best beef brought 21/, bullocks £3/5 to cows ,C2 to £'/o.

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(To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

s (To tho editor.) ' Sir, — The residents of Moonbi have lately | been stirred into action by correspondence through your papers re Moonbi Cemetery. The result is a committee has been formed and God's acre is to be made into a beauti ful garden. Now, Mr. Kditor, I was hoping that some Tamworth-folk would copy our Moonbi friends and have can* cemetery made into a garden. This year death has claimed so manv of our peonje and when thev were amongst us they loved to see everything clonn and bright to look upon, and now they have L'«ne to their last home, could not we make it as bright and attractive as possible? I'ralla, Glen Innes and Quirindi, : although not so large and prosperous as our town, have each got their cemetery well laid out and kept in jfood order, and it's a plea- j sure for residents and visitors to j'.o and see. ! Heinn a woman, I could not personally do anything in the matter, but I'm .hoping that some of our gentlemen in the town will make some move. If they cannot, ...

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PRICES OF MEAT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

1MUCKS OV MKAT. (To the ICditor.) - Sir, — I have beforo me a printed list of the prices for. meat charged by a butcher at Forest Lodge, Sydney. The prices are very much lower than those at Tamworth, and I would ask why is this soP Further, tho cat tle are sent to Sydney from the country. I The following are some of the prices^ on tho list; — Best fore-iuarter mutton, Id lb; hest hind(|Uarter mutton, ljd; hest log mutton, 2d.; hest shoulder mutton, lid.; best corn ed mutton, Id. ; best blade or round steak, 2Jd. Yours, etc., INQUIlilOit.

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