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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. i TJio Itoyal Princo Alfred Hi ipital board is inviting country hospitals to assist it in an effort to get the Federal Government to amend the Federal Old-age Pensions Act. j It is claimed that at least 5/- a week -f pension money should go to a hospital duv ing the time that an old-age pensioner1 is an inmate oT such hospital, and that the cost uf funerals should bo defrayed out of pen sions. Dmigar Cottage Hospital Coimnitee, .Sing leton, has decided to co-operate iu the move ment. Some would-be reformer is now publicly maintaining that the public-house bar 'is the happy hunting ground of bacillus tubercu losis;' and recomenmds tho National Associ ation for tho prevention and cure of con sumption to have the hotel bar abolished. Moreover, he declares that with the liotei bar gone, 'men will seek the. fresh air, the simhght, tho snrch enemy of the white plague.' And this in view of the fact that it was pointed out tlie freq...

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

SOCIETY HVKNT. ^ Sarah lierks took l)r. Sheldon's Digestive Tabuhw for her Indigestion, and can now moot her social engagements. 2s. (id. per tin. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy,*

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

? BABY'S LITTLE TROUBLES. Baby's cough, if not attended to, often results in oroim and other serious troubles. Always keep a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery handy, and be prepared. Every bottle guaranteed. Price, Is. Od. and 3s. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.*

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

A Hint of Value I Thoso who net oil in tho world aro thoso ' who nover fnil lo take n valuaWo hint, .when I it comes their way. Horo is a hint which may prove of great values to you. Mr. J. iSheolah, wheelwright, George-street, Quiiin di, say.s:— -'1 can toll you to-day that Dunn's Backache Kidney Pills lira tho best pills tin oiu tli for backache and kidney trouble. I told you this, livo years ago, and I can say ! 111010 to-day ; .tliey are nut only tljo bust pills1 lor, curing these ailments, but t!io cures last. I ; i ha\o not sufToicd with my back or kidnoys b.nctvl used these pi.ls; I am ' permanently ciucd.- I recommend all who suffer with dis ordered kidneys to use Donn's Backache Kid ney Pills, tliey cured me, . and will euro others. Sudoior.s should not.- waste time and money getting tli:s, that and tlio other rem - ''fly, bill got Dean's Bnckacho ICidnoy Pills at; once. I shall be glad to give full parti culars In sufferers, if tliey call.' If you aro sick oi- 'feel hadly'...

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RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

RURAL SIFTIN6S. | (By 'Quanda.') j Bo these, in.vNiotos, your study and delight, Head them by day, and meditate bv night. &01110 of i,n lOiidors smo!o a smile when lo-ulmg last week's notes, on reachini; that ? 'feather bed of stones ' . — . \ ^u^-. know, oven newspapers mako mistakes sometimes,, and somo iiltor through. 1'iltei bed, that s \ihat I meant, and also an an- chamber, where tho rootlets will find .m easy ontranco into the fine sweet soil , ^ « hich would have become mixed into this bed, -mid allow of them stretnhimr out. in re liof lftor their transfer to str.-iupe soil. You will. remember the prospect and soil t f AVostbrook are exccntionallv good for fruit giowmg. — -*~-J - think all the selling Sydney s liursei-ios had been lieav . ily. -taxed, to sunnly the orders seen being rartecl out. ' ,-Two of tho firms, in tlr.s narl alone, have : bnokod orders running into something like ' 8000. So, in n vear or two, we may be able to maefc tho local demand, and not re...

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What the People on the Spot think of No-License [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

What the People on the Spot think of No-License (Hy Rev. K. Pocknall.) The casual visitor to New Zealand, whe ther ho be a liquor or temperance, partisan, is hardly capable of forming a perfect judg ment as to the value of No-License, lhit the people who live there, and especially thoso who live ill the No-license districts, wln-re tliey see the prohibition operating under their very eyes, iu some cases for p. consider able length of time, or at least are able to procure definite, reliable, and direct evi donce of its results, are the people who can, and do, speak with authority. And the peoplo of New Zealand, as a wliole—and not a few partisans of either side — have spoken, not through tho press, but through the bal lot box, which is the most conclusive and re liable expression of public opinion, it is pos sible to obtain. If yon want to know what tho people of New Zealand, as a whole, think of No-license, just ray attention. Tlio first vote taken 011 tho question was in 1801 when ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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The Man on the Land. "WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

The Man on the Land. WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES.' ? Professor Watts, the iirst appointed to the new cliiiu- ot Agriculture at tho Sydney Uni versity, has just loluiiicd from a trip lliipiigh tho western country of New South and ho finds it a wonderful land. . 't ho i'tvlc.wir su:d - — i 'It i, hi oat uui.ilo 'Hie mora I see of .this ;Sfc.!t.i the niOit } .) in impressed ivif.h the ,v. underfill possibilities of this land. I would ? . ,,nvt. hesitate ; to influence anyone I could to - '»» ,;l't .'»'I t'!-c lip land here. The conn t:j . .njiiiitely preferable to - Cajuula or Siii.th Africa.'

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AN ENGLISH FRUITGROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

AN E\~GI JHH FR riTGHOAVEU. VlJ-3: J oo.jt-knmvn Fruitgrowers ;in Ihiglmid, Mi. .John AV.itkuis, Pomona Farm. . 4~' Hereford, lias recentlv passed away. v: He grew. no fewer than 800 varieties of op , .pies foiv testing purposes, and was considor cd . .one. ,of; the foi oinost authorities on hardy uifc culfcuro ^nnd tho cidt_'l--ni:i k:i:^ industry. , For - sovernl years -lie had been on !-;i ;-ed in - compiling material for a descriptive work on IliS list included more than 1000 namti cf iai :et.e.*i, m addition to IS00 syn onyms.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

BAPTIST CHURCH. . Sunday. July. .10. lamworth. — 11 aud (.30, Bev. E. Pocknall. Duri. — 3, Rev. E. Pocknall.

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

Terrors of Constipation | TUUHI5 VISAS S A VICTIM TO DISTRESS ING PAINS. BILE BEANS A SURE AND RELIABLE REMEDY. Mr. 11. H. Byrne, of 'Cairnsfoot,' Arn clifTp, near Sydney, says: — ''About throe years ago I suffered frr.ni constipation, tlie usual sjmptoms incidental to that complaint lio'ng vorv distressing. I tried many pre - scribed so-called cures in vain. I was linally advised to try Bile Beans, which I hapnily did. After the first bos of Rile Roans I found myself getting better. As co.-ifinued ? - 11 ith Bi!» lieans the awful pains ceased. I lias no longer troubled with headaches, and after persevering I was restored to perfect I lic.ilth by Beans. In mv oiiiiiion Bile Lean.-, are the best remedy oil the market foi constipation and biliousness, as I know from personal experience and that of othors, t.hev are wonderfully efficient in producing good results.' 1'or all stomach and liver troubles a short course of Bile Beans will prove invaluable. Bile Beans act in a natural and ea...

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THREE IMPORTANT FACTORS IN DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

THREE IMPORTANT FACTORS IX ?DAIRYING. ! There are many factors (said the mana ger of ail American dairy farm the other da v) in tho production of butter, all more (-1- Iwi ini'-i'.rtnnt, but tlie three factors that aro of more importance than all others com - li ned lire the man. the barn, and tho cow. To be successful in dairying a man must fol low tluj business for tho love of it and not for the money connected with it. A man 'niu't attend to it 365 days every year, and ho right on bis nerve all the t'iiie. There is no place in dairviug for the idler or the loaf „ er or the dreamer. There is a peculiar knack about handliii'. cows which comes naturally ti some men. and which others never ac quire. Tl ose latter men should neither engage ?u dairvin:/. nor lie employed by a dairyman. The men shiiiild have tho full confidence of the cows, and be vo.rardod by them with affec tion (ii'fl ns a frio;id and protector. If he cannot pain their confidence, let liini get out of tho business. A...

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A USEFUL CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

... -. A USEFUL CURE. ?A'S«pjyinK-.-to.:aii-. inquiry as to the best . msr.sui 03 to take in the case 'of a horse eat ? . ,ing;an oyer-doso of wheat, the Government .- veterinary surgeon m South Australia gives - the following advice: — '-Give the horse the following drought as soon as the case is diagnosed : — Turpentine, 2oz. ; aromatic spirits of ammonia, 2oz. ; raw linseed .oil, ono pint; mix. An enema of soap and water, or linseed oil, soan, and water, should be .-.Siven and repeated in two or three hours. Gentle walkm™ exercise and massage to the abdomen prove beneficial. If acute symp . inmr. eontiiiiic aromatic siiirits of ammonia in 2oz;, doses should be administered in a mil of water everv two hours. Water should be withheld until all acute symptoms . havo subsided- Should laminitis .supervene. . the feel must be placed ill cold baths or in clav.'

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INSTRUCTION IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

INSTRliCTIOX IN AGS ICULTUSE. 'J lie Minister for Agriculture has determin ed to initiate a scheme of giving courses of lectures, from three to sx, on subjects of in terest, for- tho benefit of farmers' sons and ether .persons who mav desire such instrnc _ tion. '.v He. proposes to utilise the services of ll:o- experts and field start of the department ill arranging for those courses of lectures, - some of tliem perhaps on one subject by one - v; man;-' and- others combining several subject: to bo dealt' witli bv different experts. It is thought that the subjects ill most demand : will ho, the principles of agriculture, dairy A nig,- sheep and wool, potato-growing and po tato:: diseases, veterinary science with de , mou.sti'it.-ons, |fruit-growing, and poultry-1 farmmg. It is not possible to make any de / finite arrangements till implications slinl' ? lmvo ; been received and dealt with, so thai ? : a suitable itinerary -mav bo arranged to fit in with tho other ditf irs of tlio expe...

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OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

OUR LADIES' LETTER. (By 'Scscda.') Lord Chelmsford bids fair to outrival Mark Twain as humorist. The other day at tho opening of the sheep show be related a funny littlo anecdote about a lad sent to school in a dirty, unkempt condition. The hoy's tea cher objected to bis dirty condition and wrote to his mother expressing a wish that the child would be sent cleaner to school, the odour arising from liini being most ob jectionable. Tho teacher's note mot with the following rejoinder from tho fond par ent: — 'Dear Teacher, I know Johnny aint no! bloomin' geranium, but I sent him to school to be taught, not sinolt.'r Lord Chelmsford wont on to say lie too came to be taught at tho sheep show. But what suggested the rest of the story ho leaves to the imagination to fill in. 'Ihe subject of anecdotes suggests to my mind another, related bv Mr. Robert Wal lace, IC.C., who is reiioiviiod for his success on the Bench, and whose success is attributed mainly to bis humanity. 'Advice,' he said, ...

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

SPORTING. (By 'Amateur.') Dinyah is proving . useful to Joe Brown, having won two hurdle races during the past month. After a spell Matchmaker war. not long ill winning a race, having captured the Flying Handicap at AVarwick Farm on Saturday last. Matchmaker promised well as a two year old .but although he very often ran in to a place bo onlv managed to win two races in the Metropolis. He scored a couple of races in the country, and iron a Flying Han dicap at Newcastle a couple of years ago. He was treated to a holiday, which might, havo a beneficial effect on him. The country horse Black Prince has struck wining form again ,and captured the AA'av wick Farm Handicap on Saturday. Ho is owned by Mr. H. R. Munro, who it will be remembered annexed tile big handicap at the last Tamworth races with Boombah. Black Prince lias won numerous races around In verell, and also won a couple of handicaps about Maitland and Newcastle some time back. He was well handicapped with 7.9., for it will be...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') Fixtures for to-morrow (Saturday).— First- grade : West versus Walcha, at Walcha ; North v. East, at Tamworth. Second-grade: North v. Attunga, at Tarmvortli; East v. AVerris Creek, at Werris Creek; Bectivo v. Moonbi, at Moonbi. The following team havo. been -selected to represent East Tamworth firsts in tho match against North Tamworth: — I' ullback, Robin.Toii ; 2, Britten, Lus conibe, Flyiin, Burton; five-eight, P. Nott; hall', Frazer: forwards. Prank C'liaffy, ]''red. C.haffoy, . Goflbold, P. Godbold, ^latbef:oii, Snow, A. Robinson, Vpjohn. I'jiiiergencies -. Back,. Tolfer. Forward, R. Johnson. t ? ? # § » On AVednesday a Manilla Union (earn visit ed Tamworth, and met a combination repre sentative of the AVednesday Half-Holiday clubs. There was little or no attractive foot ball, due in a largo measure to the heavy state of the ground. Numbers of diversions, lion over, were caused by the precipitation of various players info a miniature river that ...

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

F'' Chronic Chf-si. Ooiiipmmts, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/0.

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

SYDMCY. S;-I:iite, Bell and Co., I.td., re; nrt : - .A I {.' I f ugh it is (I iflieii 1 1 to '/arige the course ( f the market accurately iii the absence of sale:: of any great, extent recently, there np pears to be evidence of a slight weakening tendency in prices of wool. Doubtless lin eas'iiess iu the l.endon money market of Into has had its full effect upon the wool trade, nnd it is qpite possible, therefore, that sonio weakness may be in evidence at the London .sales opening on the 12th prox. | It is dear, however, that prices could not advance further without danger of a serious1 relapse ere long, so that probably the steady- I ing effect of an easier tone nt this time of year will. react to the ultimate advantage of. the grower by tlie time the main selling sea- 1 .soil comes round n-!aiu. |

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

Winchcotnbo, Carson and -Co., Iitd., report: WII MAT. Tim T.nndon market being dull of sale has slightlv affected the market here, and tho demand is a littlo easier ; but there is not much, if any, alteration ' ti values, milling wheat .soiling lo 3/6, and chiokwhcat from, 3/ to 3/5 ner bushel. OATS. j This eominndit.v continues about the same, and although the demand is not a spirited ono, still values do not to any noticeable ex tent change, whites selling from 2/6 to 2/7 per bushel ; Algerians to 2/5. J1AJZE. The continued large arrivals are responsible for a further fall, best vellow selling to 2/7, and white to 2'6 tier bushel. C'lIAl'T. Continues in fair demand, and is firmer, best wheaten selling to 4/6, oaten to 3/10, and! medium from 3/ nor cwt. LUCERNE. This market is verv sick, supplies being heavy, prime green in small bales selling ta ?I/-, while other descriptions are bringing from 2/0 per cwt. POTATOES. Tasnianians are very scarce, shipments hav ing dropped off verv c...

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FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

KAiniEltS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. A heavy supply of varied produce, amount ing to 68 consignments, was submitted at miction this morning, before a moderate at tendance of buyers. Competition for foragy aud potatoes was extremely dull, while pump kins wero eagerly sought after at high prices. Chaff declined iu value to tho extent of 5/. lucerne 3/4 per ton. Choice quality chaff was purchased at from 4/5 to 4/0; prime 3/10 to 1/2 ; good 3/6 to 3./0. Lucorno hay was found hard to sell owing to the quality being very poor. .Choice hay ill small bales realised 4./1, primo 3/6 to 3/10, medium 2/8 to 3/2 ; gotn1. I dumps 3/; good largo bales, 3/; inferior 1/8; I inferior lucerne chaff commanded 2/1. Good Swede turnips sold at from 3/3 to 3/6. Millet was unsaleable, while 3/ was taken for wheat en straw in bundles. Medium chick -wheat wont under the hammer at 3/4; prime dry yellow maize sold at 2/8; medium Algerian oafs at 1./10, 2/2 and 2/. Choice pumpkins for table use were purc...

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