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

I HE RGSelS OF LIFEi ? I How tliey may Elooui in tlie Amwnic Checks of Women. A ItK.MEUY OK ItAltR AND . KliMAUKABLE TOWEIt. A healthy woman is a valuable ass'et to h r country; sho has much to (lo with Hs progress anil national life; sho is capable of much towards the expan sion of its prosperity, A sick, weak, unhealthy wojuan la a burden upon her friends and her purse. Whore women aro anaemic, run-down, weary of life,' with listless, pallid ? cheeks, Clements Tonle soon restores the 'blood-tints to those checks; it puri nes and enriches the hlood, increases the appetite, and strengthens aud regulates the heart. Persons who are unable to follow busi ness duties, easily tired, with, inr.ur fcct vision, poor appetite, bad nerves, moiancholic thoughts and bad memory, suffer more or less from debility, ami they shouhPusc this great remedy. MRS. CAROLINE SAt)L13R, of. Cluirl ton street, Wiekham, Newcastle, -who was dangerously ill for many years, relates how she was cured by Clements T...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

? VfltE 'o'f' A--Y't«sV , W.l - ' '' tt\ Umilai* lio'tV to mirn I !iciiist;lv«-.-= i' n: ?? Pi&iwUW tS'4l Jlcad or Kar TroiiMoii, such 11s Iv-un' -. j..; 1 Heiul-Koises, Ringing to Ui-- _ h.«s I'* j-V 'Ma H N eM k fiiPW L 3 i « II 't-.11 ic.ll or e n i'H i c:i 1 irailiat ??ni, ££-' V ami dou amy' entirely witli any prohir:;, M. nyringiiiB, or graying in the car which ?'??-?? -' ? ????'?? -r-ZjzZZif fronucntlv injure tlio tender nerve* of tins few* A The tvcll-fcnwn Tlr.v. 0. P. J J'OSTMK. writes 'For llio last l ?*» \cai'H 1 liiivr* been pn.v in;; j tors lunvy Mils milill Hum pro* i cltiiiUL'd ntv deafness nnd head* J noises ln«:m'.»li!c. I Imvc now Sn«cd Ihe Pure Natural Aural Ivinel it'H of tlio Knrn=«'opo for i three wcel;-, ami am s'mply do | lighted with it.' most complicated organ of the entire human ^ anatomy, thereby causing the trouble In advance to a much mOro sovcrc stage. ggj This discovery does not consist (if nny flings or clcotiicity, but dimply Tine ££. Natur...

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

the Serse^ Season I In eonncction with the coming horse season, owners of stallions are reminded of the ad vantage of advertising in the 4 Observer.' The 'Observer' circulates throughout the district, and the distribution of papers each issue is very large. Of late months the circulation lias in creased at an extraordinarily rapid rate, and its value as an advertising medium has con sequently greatly increased. Advertisements are now being received, the insertions to commence in August. A. JOSEPH ? Proprietor. ^^|||P Home Beauty at Small Cost. ^®jg B Nothing can equal the exquisite beauty of a Wuuderlich H El Metal Ceiling. It is amply decorative— hygienic—germ ? Ml proof— fireproof— and lasts as long as the house stands, B I Our Illustrated Catalog Free. B B- If you vrrile your name below, cut it out and post to us we B B will »eud you our handsome illustrated catalog free. It B B illustrates aud describes the installation of AVuuderlich B I DAIRYMEN ! You ean only Affbrd t0 have H...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. A CHAIN COMMON-SENSE [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

THE HOME COLUMN: ? o :o ? CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jeuneviv.') A GRAIN OF COA1MOX-SENKK. 'God made you, but you marry your self,' wrote a witty author who ' had 110 belief in lovo's young theory that marriages aro made in lionven. This is a point well worth remembering and taking to heart, for you will find much of life's success depends upon a happy marriage. Still, there aro many amongst us who be lieve that falling in love is ono of tho mat ters over which wo have littlo or no control, the part of life that fato pro-destines for us, the one timo when wo lose control of our selves and aro exalted to something above this humdrum existence, to a state of beati tude that the gods might eiu-v. So much for hinli -romance: But beautiful and ideal as this theory sounds, sficli a state of bliss cannot last for ever. There conies a time when it must sink to lower levels, when tho lovers have to deseond from their dream-castles in tho clouds to prosaic earth, and all its every day practic...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Damp Saddle C«nsod tiles MVE YEARS' AW lit. SUEKE1UNG. ^ ZAAl-BUK PROAiPTLY CURES. . ? Air. J. H. Livingstone, an engineer, em ployed at the Chilling Works, Young, New South AVales, says 'Km- lire years I suf fered terribly from itching and bleeding piles, ' and attribute riding in a wet saddle to their cause. No one knows what agonv I endured, at limes becoming so bad that I was forced tv lay up 'h,ys together. I tried every possible so-called cure for piles, without de riiriiwr nny lastimi benefit, for immediately I left olf using tliem the piles would come on as bad as ever. A few of my friends, know ing what agony I was undergoing, frequently recommended Zam-Buk, but, after using so . many other remedies in vain, I naturally did not placo much confidence in it. Continuing I tn siilfer untold agony, however, I eventually ?fave Zam-Iluk a trial, and I am happy to : say that aftor a few applications the wonder ful easing and soothing effect was very com t forting. Persevering with ...

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

FACTS 'WORTH KNOWING. „ I Mr. S. A. Basser's many local patrons wil' bo glad to learn that this well-known Vien ness and London Opthnlmic Optician Spectnble Maker, will in future pay Tam worth a visit every six weeks, c..d his next visit will be ill July. He may be consulted at the Boval Hotel on Monday, 13th Julv, Tuesday, Mtli July, and Wednes day, loth Julv. During a trip round the world Mr. Basser visited the renowned optical colleges at London, xsew York. Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from each of which ho holds credentials, and is also a qualified master of tho British Optical As sociation. All defects of the sight corrected, and glasses specially adapted for ocular head aches. Your sight tested with the latest in vented instrument. Consultation free of charge. Mr. Basser may bo consulted in per son, so as to guarantee tho best result. No travelling agents employed. Solo agent for '.he 'So Easy' rimless glasses.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. i July &lrd is the date of next regular I monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB it , BERM.AN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians' of 6 Hunter-streot, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. t-o | 6 p.m. ^ All sufferers from any eyo trouble, failing siftht or hoadaclies, should consult us. One of tho principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, lato principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beemnn, Into Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barni -lough), who havo been visiting this town lor somo vears, aro the principals, so clients can rely on tho most export K.ve servico in con suiting us. Xext visit: Saturday, July 23rd,

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

SECOND DAY. Bailway Handicap.. — Gavin, Brilliant Lad, Alice Court, Combination, Mllrlowan, Lady Simon, Barrassie, Highland Kling, jnolly Hampton, Ellinna, Chrissie, Brightie, Mun dowa, and Simon Pure. Highweight Handicap. — Kathleen Haydon, Gavin, 'Mavus, Amba, Portrait. Mulwaree, Brilliant Lad, Simmagree, Knrrar, Combina tion, Terra Firma, Barrassie, Mo'Iy Hamp ton. Ellinna, Long Loch, E.T.C., Simon Pure, and Cheyenne. Attunga Handicap. — Lucky Shot, Mavus, Amba, Portrait, Mulwarreo, Lurlic, A.L.G., Farrar, Miss Brook, The Sheave, Black Har ry, Barrassie, Highland Fling, Molly Hamp ton, Long Loch, Cup Bose, Cheyenne, and M'Xiiss. - iAutuiiin Handicap. — Vnda, Burley Boy, Dormaid, . Archligljt, Black Harry, Boy Hampton, Crimson 'Wing, Brightie, Eastern Queen, Jena, aiul Goldloch.

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

' FROAI LIFE. A young English lady, a Miss Aladge Champion, recently conceived tho idea of writing n novel founded 011 hor own personal experiences, and, as she had had 110 experi ence!) of a kind sufficiently thrilling for a 'to-be-continiied-iu-our-next' romance, she determined to live the life of her own hero ,:ni. This involved taking some rather seri ous risks. For example, tho heroine had to visit a London bank and invent a story, plaus ible oik ii''i to induce the manager In part w:th a book of blank cheque;. This tiho actually a; c niplishod. Sho sought an inter view with the bank manager, ? represented lierni'li' t - be a connection of a ladv of title who had an acniint at the bank, aud talked so charmingly that tho official was, to use bis own words, 'taken off his guard,' and agreed to allow his stylish-attired visitor to carry off tho c.hcquu-book. All would havo been well bad tlio would-be novelist slopped her excursion into tho realms of realism there. Unfortunately sh...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. ? ? ? t.o1 ? The following are the entries received foi the Tamworth Joekev Club Autumn, meet ing ; — FIRST DAY. Open in'y Handicap. — Kathleen Ilaydon, Gavin, Brilliant Lad, Barmaid, Combination, Mu'rlowan, Barrassie, Highland Fling, Molly Hamilton, Klliana, Brightie, Mundowa, and Jena. Welter Handicap. — Kathleen Haydon, Ga vin, 31a vus, Ambn, Portrait, Mulwaree, Bril liant Lad, A.L.G., Combination, Arehlight, Terra Firma, Lady Simon, The Sheave, Ellinna, Long Loch, E.T.C'., Simon I'll re, Ellayana, Long Loch, E.T.C., Simon Pure, Black Harry, liarrasaie, Molly Hampton, and Nulla -N'uJln. Parkcs Stakes. — Lucky Shot, Mavus, Am bp, Portrait, Mullwaree, Burley Boy, Lurlic, Siinmagreo, Farrar, Arehlight, Miss Brook, T.ho Sheave, Black Harry, Highland Fling, Molly Hampton, Long Loch, Cup Bose, Nul la Nulla, Cheyenne, and M'Liss. July Handicap. — Vnda, Burley Boy, Alice Court, Sliirloiran, Anatroff, Darrassie, Boy Hampton, Chrissie, Crimson AVine, Brightie, Mundowa...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MR. EDISON'S FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

AIR. EDISON'S FORECAST. Air. T. A. Edison (says tho New \'ork cor respondent of the 'Daily Telegraph') lias been expressing oracular view;: rominsoent of Mother Shipton, and predicting that with in 200 years tho world will witness -wonders surpassing all imagination when man, who will bv moans of science have learnt to ex tract all the power I10 needs for tho purpose.' of life from the earth, wind, and tide, and when living shall bo so cheap that an ordin ary laborer will live just as well as a man of the present day with £40,000 annual in come. Air. Edison believes not only in the wonderful resources of radium, but even tlio stoam volcanoes will be exploited for the uses of civilisation. So far, he declares, we have only been groping in the dark, and this dospito the statements of many learned scientists. 'How ignorant, wo aro! AVe don't know what gravity is, neither do we know tho nat ure of heat, light, and electricity, though we handle them a little. AVe aro only ani mals. AVe a...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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A HUMAN OSTRICH! [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

A HUMAN OSTRICH! H is reported from America that n ninn diod there recently under tho most startling conditions. This poor, misguided t fellow uspd to wngcr that ho would swallow nails, chninn, and similar articles. In an attempt t - .save the man's life, Die doctors removed I rum his stomach n watch chain, several keys, and a number of iron nails! .No wonder tlio poor fellow died, for such Uiings are not food, nor aro thev such wnsto a** can he naturally oxmOled! And everything you put into your stomach must either feed or nourish you, or ho ex pelled, as .waste, hy tho howls. In other words, it must l»u thoroughly digested, or vnu will hi: sure to suffer and, in the end, to die! Hut if your stomach is out of order, even plain wholesome food does not digest as it. should. Hheu, instead of nourishing -011, it actually poisons you and clogs your yystem. I ihis is the cause of pains after eating, headaches, bilious attacks, constipation, I sleeplessness, rheumatic troubVs,^ low spirit...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MY LADY'S KISS. CHAPTER XX. THE TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

IY LADY'S KISS. (.Uy Norman Imics, author of 'Tho Surge of War,' 'i'arsou Croft/' /'The Lonely Uuard,' etc.) UklAPTEK XX. j ? THI5 TRAP. rjpiltili hearts manned tho walls of Neufels, - clear heads directed its defence. Gicra do,St. . J^u.v had tho caro of tho southern and western quarters of the town, while tho 1 iimp,ii Is fi oni the Xorth gate to beyond the liiiist. ,\\ ei-c liohl by tlio Count himself, and. in . f-]n to jif lack of men nnd scarcity of vic luaiw, (September had run out and tho enemy . had made but little impression upon tho ? ? placc;-. , - .'1 ho SaMin -rudiment, tinilor 'the command ? of iUii.|(-i A\ itzhnf, together with their allies fum Keinmol, were hardly sufficient to ren der the siege, effective, and though their can non had breached the walls in two places, assault after assaiUv had been nircessfully beaten off. Nor had th» Swedes cmne to the help of tlie ; Gustavus had marched Westwards bout -;n joining hands upon the Rhine with Duko Bernard of Weimar, a...

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BENEFIT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

UKNUFIT SOCIAL. A beui'lit social under the auspices of tho United Friendly Societies' Association ;s to lie tendered to the widow and children of a deceased brother in the ?Mhambrd llall on Wednesday next, 13th inst. The price of Itickets ,aro — Gent.'n 2/-; LadiVs' 1/-; and Gallery (id.

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

GYMNASIUM CLASSES. Gymnasium classiM are held in St. John's Hall on Monday and Friday, evenings— on the former night lor juniors und tho latter for seniors. The instructor on Monday even ings is Air. Snow.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TAMWORTH PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

TAAlWOlim PICTURE SHOW. The management of the above show in Fitzroy-street notify that everything is now in full swing and a first class programme is now guaranteed. An entire change of programme is to be liresented every AVednesday and Sat urday. A special feature of this week's pro gramme lire the scenes depicting the highly interesting art of pottery making in Japan. The prices of admission are 1/ and (id, child ren half price.

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

SUSPENSION OK LA HOI! CONDITIONS. 1 At the AYarden's Court, Nundle, on Wed nesday, before Air. II. S. Hawkins, all appli cation by Peter Jensen, of Howling Alley Point, for suspension of labor conditions for a period of three months, for gold lease No. 21, parish oT Dungoivan, county of Parry, was granted.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

H A. MAItlt ACl.OrGH, LTD. Special Advantages.— In buying spectacles vou have to consider two things your eye sight and yoiiV money ; but your eves-ght first. S'our monev is well spent when you get full value for every penny, but money in itself is no equivalent for the great bene fit given to the evesiidit by correct ghisros. H. A. Barracloiigh, Ltd., in proscribing glas ses. give a service so special in its .advantages tliaVthe cost is very small compared with the permanent benefit uiveii to the evesiulit. Comfort and accuracy in glasses uive loiijr life to the eves. The firm visits hunworth reiiiilarlv and will shorllv notify tin- date ?UH\ y. lace of forthcoming visit. Appmntniunts bv letter to 11. A. Harraebr.';h, Ud. , 38:. Georne-street, opposite blrand Arcade, byil ney.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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"ESTHER." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

'ESTHEB.' The attention of the musical public ot Tamworth is drawn to an advertisement in to-dav's issue with regard the grand cantata 'Esther.' which the Aletbodist _ Church Choir will render on Friday, .July loth, in the Central Hall. It goes beyond saying that this choir, now highlv thought of on account of Eistedclfod achievements will receive generous supnort. Tliey aro to be assisted by In,, .liner nmnteur soloists, viz., Aliss Baiiihur.v, Air. AV. A. Bourne, Air. G. B. Sowerby, Alessrs. A. 11. Consterdino and Brunsdeii ; also ail or chestra, under the baton of Air. T. U. AIc Shane. The excellent, work of the choir is sufficient uroof of .Mr. A. J. McCoys ability ?as a conductor. Altogether the cantata, promises to be one of the best musical tieats Tamworth lias enjoyed for a very consider able time. The tickets are at pomilar prices —2 /- and lj, and can be obtained from any member of tlie choir.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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