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

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, I Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.*

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

THE RAINFALL. Tho following aro tho registrations from O n. 111. Tuesday to !) a.m. Wednesday: — Ar- midale i)0 points, Bathurst 17, Barrnba 17, Bendeineer ?((-, Bingara 25, Boggubri 31, Coonamblo 13, Clarence Heads 2, Glen Innes 44, Goulburn 3, Guniiodah -10, Manilla 10, Millie 2/5, Moi'--e 10, Mungindi 10, Muswe.l lirook 70, Narrabri 51, Nundle 31, Singleton G, Tamworth 50, Tenterfield 50, Quirindi 17, AValgett 24, Warialdn 1-1, Yotnian 30. Tam worth rainfall from 1st January, 1030 points.

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

* .V -- ' ' ? : ? -? ? ? — ?- ?? - - - - : ' ' ? ? ? ? : ~ — /'^THE STORED THAT (7~) SELLS FOR CASH AND -^^5AVE5 YOU - MONEY. — VnMMeJyxega^i Jj/rriZiea. - — N^. PAL AC E or TRADE ^N^JAMWORTH ^ Our Boors Opened with a Swish For bur ' Eifeision Fair ' To-day. ( . And we are going' to make the Palace of Trade ring with the ? * news of our possible money-saving oi^portunities for the humble « . . , h. ' worker, as well as the millionaire. - ? - - i v: 'v v Read the prices — .you'll find that we have the seasonable goods 'S) alright, and you'll .lind,. 'too, that they are worth a good deal more - . ' than we ask. t - I NOW FOR 'THE GRAND MARCH' OF THE BARGAIN SETS. MEN'S CLOTHING. I 12/ti lor Men's Wnternroof Coats that were 19/6. . ? ? | 3/(5 tor Mon's 4/11 Worsted Trousers. _ . | -4/11 tor Mon's'i-leavy .Scotch Tweed Trousers that sold.at (i/li. ? I . 4/!) lor Men's Heaver Jloles tliat were 5/6. ? ' ' ' | -I /i ior Jlen's lirown Moles that sold up to 5.'(i. , I 19/11 for Men's Tailor ...

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

No aiatterhow you may go, you cannot travel to correct time if your Sgf? watch is wrong. Thnt is true ivith a motor-car ; and it is painfully true ' I,m' who, ™»s 'or n train just after breakfast. The sun, the earth, f ? ,.c, nIl °thcr heavenly bodies come and go with unerring I punctuality. 1 unctuality is the law of the universe ; it is also the law ol T( .PR9.yP'S WELL-KNOWN 3-GUINEA WATCH. s^^CT..r 't , ' \s,n sol' .s vcr' ®PCU *ace- three-quarter plate, extra-jcw'clled, lever ?' 'T watch. It is as good a watch and as good-lookiug a watch as any man /' _ ? ? — ^ nccit wear, vou can get it as well by post at by calling in person. ap^.' ;3§§?*~ ^ PROUD; Jewellers And Gem Merchants, ess- 187 PITT STREET (Hoar King Street', SYDNEY. HATTON OARDBM* LONDON, ??tar i§m I'm the Robur Tea Girl, and wish to explain that fine quality teas, being made from' tlie tenderest leaves, break easily and come through tlie teapot's spout much mora than common teus do. We have a number of Sterling Silv...

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

j g-ocai Option Poll, 1 Q1oT1 TO USE ELECTORS. . i HOW TO VOTE. I I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing ? i ? in the Electorate continue ... 6 | I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing R j ? In the Electorate be Reduced ... ... „ ? I I Vote that No Licenses be granted in the I Electorate ... ... ... ... H N.B. — THE THIRD RESOLUTION means that ALL I EXISTING LICENSES in the Electorate I | WILL BE CANCELLED. I VOTE in the TOP SQUARE for CONTINUANCE I QF LICEN8E under GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION. 8 ' iifflHf r7TH^— yy hour tr \ P Vo) T ii EH. careful classing ik mervwii. l \P^ vj/ &. Kun\&r\e freZklmeiAf be on Ihe spor &r Homebtish [-ri ^ ro receive your consignment -'§: . .J* THEN .ourliveSklesmei^ t I 6ood pricea a, your - , ©[ ? . -? - x future influence on our/0ur^e^PV'anonas I ! v '-4. ' KpK-IC f r w°o1 BroKeri \ \ ??'Sir ? Der\&l|v f Speaks for Itself ^ ^ A Stromg Feature- v - ~ _ STORE stock and property department. - - ? - irnluhv -?J i i '...

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

1\ is a reliable old English ? I Homo remedy for — 1 COUGHS,' COLDS, H| Asrhma, BronchiHa, &, Pi oil Lung & Throat' Troubles. /^lAljIi' 'ml see MeDONAl.l) & HOLMES, two doors IYohi Present t's, when buy ing your footwear. Good qualify, low . prices.

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

SGHUTE,BELL1G0. LIAUTBD A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brokers. Each head of tho Company diroctly controls a department ot tho business, and aivos poroonal attontion to disposal of all consignments. Tho Company sells only WOOL and PRODUCE, bo tho wholo time and attention of Directors and Stair aro concontratcd on securing entiro satis faction to consignors of thoso linos. Call and see them token next in town. Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney.

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

GRODNO WINES -£??- Awarded SBVB-RAI/ FIRST !E»RI2?E£& Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney ! Glentruim Whisky. When You Drink a. medicine &nd a. beverage a.t ihe ssone time 3'ou a-re consum 'Wolffs SCffHAPPS its cxction on the secret - ive - organs is cxt once stimulative curaiive.. We're showing an exceptionally dainty assortment of Oxfords and Broadways, in plain and fancy patterns. Tho splendid variety 'will render a good selection easy; They're worth youv inspection, for they arc certainly worth more than we're asking for them. . JW YT- 17 P ^ 'Where Big Values Rule,' ? i T ? iV v/'\X IOj Peel-street, Tamworth. Olicap Towu Properties Roderick Street. — New Brick Cottage, 5 rooms; laiul nearly J-aere; paled in. £100 Darling Street. — New Weatherboard House, 5 rooms, kitchen ; corner block let nt 1 5/- per week. £450 Darling Street.— New 'Weatherboard Cottage, I rooms, etc., splendid position, lot at 11/- iter week. ' £350 Jlaequaria Street. — Brick Cottage, 5 rooms, w...

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

; m ? GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Head Officc: MOORE STREET. SYDNEY. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. INTEREST is raid on the minimum monthly °.n dePosits up to JCSOO. NO CHARGE for keeping accounts.. Advances made up to ^25,000 at moderate rates of intcrc:t. on city or country lands. ADVANCE DEPARTMENT. Cheap Money to Farmers and Settlers on advantageous terms. Repayments ox tending over 31 years. Full particulars on application to Jtrnnih Man* ?Kcjs, rojjt Masters, or at the Head OIKce, 3. H. DAVIES, Secretary. DR. SEXTON wishes to inform his pati ents that he may now bo consulted at his rooms (over -Latimer Bros.' store), Peel street. Telephone 108. Hours: 9 to 11 a.m., 2 to 3 p:m., 7 to 8 p.m. Messages between above hours may be sent to Sinclair & Co. (late Glyde & Co.). Night calls to Royal Hoiol. CHESTS Drawers Dutchess Chests M.T. Washstands, Side Boards, Chairs Tab les, Prams, Go-carts. Ac. Lowest prices al ways at R. G. McLEAN'S, Peel-street (next Ma...

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

WET FEET. Often result ill 11 heavy cold, neglect of which means Pneumonia or Consumption. A posi tive preventative of these ills is Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. Small dose. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guar anteed. Price, Is. Od. and 3s. Obtainable at all Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* Ayer's Sarsapa rilla is a prcttygood W\ 1 K traveling Nfey conipan- vjf-4!/ if-r 'V ion. Better (fl/m | tako a bot- jl ^ yen wbcn^i^J | \ you go away 4&S3 from homo. It may savo you a long illnoss. And if you are not going away, lcoop it with you, always, in tho house. AYEFTS Sarsaparilfa is tho host family medicino you caa havo. A thorough courso of treat ment Willi it makes good red blood, brings tho old color back to tho lips, fills out tlio cheolcs, aud gives tho glow of perfect health. Porhaps you suffer from tho en feobling effect of a prolonged spoil of warm weather. If so, Ayer's Sarsapa rilla will vitalizo your blood aud givo you ronowed forco, vim, and energy...

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

THE ONLY TO CClltK.; :; , ??,;- ., To euro a Cold ; When you have 110 CouMi ; To cure a Com:h When vou havo 110 Cold; To cure Yourself AVhen you havo both ; Take Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery 1-m* Coui/hs and Colds. Obtainable at All Stores imd Pullman's Pharmacy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our Correspondent). I PA 111 JAM K XT. I The assembling of Parliament under eou d.tions unprecedented and hitherto unheard of in any British-speaking country is, of course, tho dominant event of tlio wcok. These unprecedented conditions havo inspir ed boundless hopes in one party and scarce ly less pronounced apprehensions in the other. Now that Parliament has really 'met and tho Government programme is before the coun try the 111'st of uncertainly is beginning to clear away. Both sides aro getting a clear er conception ot what they may really ex pect. It is not loo much to say that, among the working class— by which i mean those who work for 'wage-slavery''— tlie feeling is one of keen disappointment. l'\u- the ne cessity of earning wages and earning them from the men Hio have been so systemati cally denounced -is soulless plutocrats, cal lous, . b'oodsuoUinj.: parasites (fattening 011 the sweat and blood of the workers still con tinues iii full force. Yet ...

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

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. Nathan Cohen and Co., Ud., report: Kat Cattle.— Onlv a moderate yarding coii Histin' chiefly of bullocks of medium (piality. There' was a poor attendance of buyers and the demand was weak, several yards being withdrawn. Prime quality sells well, but very few coming forward. Be:,t yards ot liuliocks made £6/15/, cows £ 1/15/. We sold, . account Jlr. Geo. Brown, 5'bullccks at £H/lo/, 5 ditto, £6/11/, 5 ditto £0/11, 5 ditto £6/10. \ crmi n h Mr. T. 0. Scott, 2 heifers at £2/16/, 2 rows £2/0/. Account Mr. Geo. McMwugh, 2 bullocks £5/15/. Fat Sheep. — There was a heavy yarding of fat sheen being principally wethers of medium quality.' There was one pen of prime heavy woolly wethers and they met with keen com petition making 13/9, but the supply was above requirements, and there was no com petition for the plainer descri;itons and some pens had to be withdrawn. We sold, account Owner, 75 wethers at 10,'G; account Mr. H. ' (!. Dinning, 25 ewer, at 4/9, ;-1 ditto a...

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

I MAITLAND. l''at Cuttle.— W. 11. Mackuv,' 10 bullocks at «5'ir/ to £7/10/, 1 COWS nt £3/0./; G. W. Dicht, 18 cows at £5/3/ to £6/8/, -l 'at £3/10/ ; Mackay lhos., 10 cows at £3/5/ lo £3/10 ; .1. '? Christian, 0 steers at. £2/10/ to £3/10/: 'mvman Bros., jun., 18 liglit bullocks at *«/--/» to CO, 8 at £4/13/ to £3/17/; W. T. Miiison, bullocks at £6/14/ ; Northern Agents 10 nt C5/-I/ to £5/10/. 1'nt Calves.— W. H. Mackav's at 41/ to 54/; ? ll- Christian's, 4 at 52/ to '53/, 5 at 23/-, 2 't lO/: W. Kirby, 3 at 48/-, 2 at 42', I at W. 1 at 30/-, 2 at 28/-. 2 at 25/.-. Fat Sheep.— Clift Bros., 60 wethers at ]??' b 121 at 18/i), 108 at 17/7 to 17/0, avcva'fi '»K 18/5, 21 crossbred wethers at 10/0,' 10 crossbred ewes at 17/. ii'? rho'riar, merino ewes— tops ''. seconds 12/6 to 12/0, others 11/, merino lora 13/0, hoggets 12/; J. Palmer, merino ll'rs. 12/2; J. K. Mneknv, 0!) .crossbred -V(ltWs at 15/fi to 17/4.. 170 merinos at 11/0 ' ' G. AIK'ti, crossbred ewoa at !tyl .l:-7' aif'i'inox a t...

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

GUNNEDAH. Ilaeon and Co.'s report: — ? Weather. — Kurther good rains this week . making a total ot 360 points for past fori nifiJit. A good spring is now assured, and feed is growing nicelv. Crops promise well. Store sheep of all classes in keen demand, and prices are advancing. Woolly wethers selling at 10/ to 12/-, young niixe.d crossbred.-, 8/6 to 11/ ; ewes in lamb or with lambs at foot, 8/ to 12/6, according to age, hree.l iag, shearing, etc. ; wethers 'off shears' in quired for at 6/ to 7/6. We havo numerous lines undergoing inspection, and sold private ly, during tho week in lots 6500. Store cattle receiving moro attention. Well bred fattening age bullocks, well grown steers ami young cattle in active demand. Our sales this week, 230 mixed. Fat Slock. — Prime sheep and cattle for immediate or forward delivery at Vendor's Yards readily saleable at full market rates, lint eligible lines scarce. AVo sold 50 fat bul locks and 10(H) wethers and havo some good lines- of bullocks un...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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The Gateway of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

The Gateway of Australia | The present courso of University Exten sion lectures 'concluded in St. John's Hall on Tuesdny night, when Jlr, Clias. Hedloy, F.L.S'., delivered ti looting on 'Torres Strait, the Gateway of Australia. Tho loc turo was illustrated with lantern views, tho Rev. Jus. C'osli operating the lantern. 'fhe attendance was poor, without doubt caused by tlio unfavourable weather condi tions. » Jlr. Hedley dealt with his subject ill ail interesting manner, and the views thrown on tho ecrcen woro excellent. The lecturer said lie preferred to call Tor res Strait the gatoway of Australia, becauso it, was through Torres Strait that Australia received its original human inhabitants. The gateway of a country played a most import ant part ill tho history of that country. If Australia had other gateways, if for instance thero were a chain of islands to Now Zea land, the inevitable constvjuenco would have, been that those capital sailors and vali ant fighters (lie JIaoris would...

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One Million "Alfa-Laval" Separators [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

One ? Million ' ' Alfa-Laval ' . Separators _ Just think for a moment what this means! One milliou 'Alfa-Laval'' Cream Separators have been sold to dairymen the wide world over. Think of the drudgery in tho dairy of 25 years ago and contrast it with the cleanli ness and quickness of the present 'Alfa- Laval' Separators and the fact that the largest pattern hand machine — the Alfa Re gina — now separates 130 gallons per hour. Dairying, as now established in these States, would have been absolutely impossible but f . tho 'Alfa-Laval' Cream Separators. Is any wonder, therefore, that the dairyman speaks so affectionately of the 'Alfa-Laval' Separator f The machine has bocome part of his existence, so to speak. The 'Alfa- Laval' Separator was ahead of all competi tors 25 yours ago, and it is further ahead of all competitors to-day than it has over boon during its distinguished career. The sales of the 'Alfa-Laval' Machines vastly exceed those of all other makes combined. Tho agents in th...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Free Sample of Cuticura cured Skin Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Free Sample of Cuticura cured Skin Humour. That Cuticura is tlie most successful treat ment for torturing, disfiguring affections of the skin and scalp could receive no move striking proof than tho remarkablo state ment made by William Wliyle, 325 'J,\idor load, Leicester, England, 'A samplo of Cuticura ointment cured my baby's face. Sho had the lheasles when -1110 year old and it left her with a very scurfy forehead and face. It was very irritating und would bleed when she scratched herself. I took her to the doctor and ho gave her some ointment. I tried it and it did 110 good. One night I said to my wife, 'How would it bo to send for a sample of Cuticura Ointment?' I did so, used it and my baby's Taco grew better.' Sho has now a lovely skin and I can- safely say that.. Culticura on red her.' Those wishing to try . for themselves tlio eflicacy of Cuticura Ointment 111 the treat ment of oczemas, rashes, itehings, burnings, seallngs and crustlngs, from infancy to ago, should send at ...

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

sill IMBSAPE1Y I Sr.Ulthrouqliodt tho world Pcpotv London. I 27, ciuicicrhmiso Scu: Parl3, G. Kuc da la I'&lz; 1 Aujtral!.i K. Towns -fc Co. Sydney: India. II 1 K. ratii. Calcuun: Chl«3, Hong ivona Drue i Co : J.mnr., Maruya. I.tu„ Toklo: Russia, Fcr j mn. Moscow: So. Afrirn. Lcnnon. I.ltl.. Capo I 'J'own.ctc 2 U.S.A., Poller Druc&Chr:n Corp.. iJ-j'.c i'rops., 135 Columbus Ave.. Uovton. I'oii-I/cc, cubcura Bookoa Care olUic Skin. Billiards. Alt, ('Boko') Thompson WISHES to notify the public of Tamworth that I10 has taken over tho spacious billiard saloon in connection with Mr. T. Newman's tobacconist shop. Civility and elcanliness a speciality. Calrossy Gardens ami Nursery, Tamworth. FMcGARRITY, Nurseryman, and Florist, ? has commenced business at tho above address and is prepared to executo orders for all best varieties of Fruit Trees, Vines, Shrubs, Foliage and Flowfcring Plants. Plants for Bazaars and Fairs supplied on most liberal torms. Wedding Bouquets and othe...

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

Belief for ' That Old-Age Cough' the splendid advantages of peps. Most elderly people aro troubled »i(h chronic chest coughs, which lmvo urown Bluiidily worse year nftiT year as the result of constant bronchial colds and coughs wrong ly treated iu the had o'.d way — by dosing thu , , , , v v ( tlivonidi the stomach with drug-laden inixlurcs and lozenges. It is n striking tribute to the true medi cinal value of the Pe»s treatment that even in the most obstinate cases Peps havo ban ished old folks' coughs, Even whero the bronchial tubes lmvo become brittle and havo lost their elasticity through many de cades of chronic inflammation, Pops have coni|iiered this incessant irritation, cured the cough, and brought hack restful nights and peaceful days. The beneficent, Peps' fumes encourage easy and natural expectoration, stimulate tho bronchial glands, and mako breathing delightfully easy. One or two tablets wlleii rising in the morning will clear the bronchial tubes of the accumulated im ...

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