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TOWN COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

TOWN COMMONS. At the eonclus'on of the Council business the alderinen sat as trustees of tho Town Commons. It was reported that the receipts since tho liyst monthly meeting wore: — Agistment fees, .£!)/!); eamn fees, 3'(-; firewood fees, 1/3. There is a hank credit of £233'10.'9. The following stock are 011 the commons: — Inside: 52 horses, 30 head of cattle. Out side: 52 horses, 90 head of cattle. The ranger's account for £5 was passed for payment.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. The Orange Lodge of Wollongong held its annual celebration last weok, and Rev. F. H. Cowling told his audience this — 'During the past 10 years High Churches had increased to large proportions in the Mother Land, and something would havo to be done to prevent them increasing.' After living in an unconscious condition for several days, T. Tiogan, of Cumnock, is beginning to return to tho normal. Recently, a horse threw him violently, and he sutained a badly fractured skull and concussion of the brain. ***** Apparently there are still plenty of peo ple who 'dearly love a lord,' or anything pertaining thereto. Over in Hay a middle-aged man told the people he was a brother of I.ord Beaiichamp ; and tho people believed him. The pubs, allowed him to get drunk, a groom lent him 25/-, and boarding houses accommodated him. But the day of wratli came along when a constable discovered lie had 'done time' in Wentwortli for larceny. Then...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

Doctors gave lip Case as Incurable. ASTOUNDING AM) COMPLETE CUItK OF PILES BY BILE BIOANS. Mrs. Annio lieedree, of (i llru'i;..virk Street, Auckland, N./.., says :— '.My ln::, iiand suffered terriblv from ilehiip'. piles for four years. During I .'nil time he tried every so-called remedy, hut not. from one did he derive any relief whatever. The pain });a:i to intense that he coukl not obtain a proper ' night's rest. For four months he was an in mate of the Melbourne hospital, hut though lie was carefully attended to there, the doe tors wero unable to do liini any good, and finally ho was discharged as incurable. No less than sixteen doctors attended to him during his illness, some of whom told him that it was an impossibility for him to live more than six months. He was frightfully ill, and his nnpetile had completely di::\p noared ; he had no desire for food whatever. Ho became to enianeiated l.liat we all de Hpaired of his recovery. About this time I rend of f:ome striking cures b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

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MY LADY'S KISS. CHAPTER XXI. ON THIS MARBLE STAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

BIY LADY'S KISS. (By Norman Innes, author of 'Tlio Surgo of ' ? 'Parson Croft,' ''The Lonoly Qi)ard,' oto.) CHAPTER XXI. ON TH.13 MARBLE STAIR. GIERS DE ST. EUX had sot tlio wntcli !,t the AVcat -;nto iincl6 'v\ :i s mounting tn rule for the palace, his foot wa.s in the ?stirrup, his hand inn Irs horse's withers, 'when a . man forced his way through thc crowd of t iwnsfolk who, as if for their greater security, had been witnessing the inspection ol the ouard. ? .1 no . oflicir cved tlio fellow as he swung himself to tho saddle but said nothing : St. Knx's temper was short, tlie long' day - .. thioukri tho^o citixe.'i.-! had Ijeen plaguing linn ..with, their iears iind lhe!r requests. 'A letter,, and for von. Here Captain,' cneii tno man. a snocK-!iaire-i lenave with . . a., eel tain air of insurance in his bearing. ? ?St. .Ens snatched the writing, broke the seal., i t ud bont above h:r; horse's neck -in ? tlio flioUor of an oil lantern that was liiimr ? i ing Uiion- the wall of thc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

BABY'S LITTLE TROUBLES. Baby'n cough, if not- attended to, often results in croup nnd other serious troubles. Al\vavs keen a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery handy, and he prepared. Every bottle, guaranteed. Pr'je, Is. Od. and 3s. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* QttlMP ? 9 'NATURE'S PLEASANT LAXATIVE.' relieves the congested con dition of the bowels, the liver and kidneys without causing the slightest aggra vation. ?' It is the natural remedy, made from tlie luscious juices of figs, grown in tlie richest fruit land of the ^ world— California, in com biriation with other laxative ingredients. No other is so pleasant to take, so mild and gentle-, yet so absolutely t effective. California Syrup ' of Figs strengthens as well I as relieves,, and so gives lasting bsmjfit. The safest laxative for. children.^ '' j Avoid substitutes— remember to get ' California ' (at all Chemists and Stores, in' two sizes), and see this trade mark in blue on the package. THE ONLY TO ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

JJ PROUD'S ] H sPecia| ? n One Guinea y Line : B Silver Wristlet Watch with Leather Strap and Silver Buckle. Good, Souiid, Reliable Tiiuc ? i keeper. JWm Snecia! i. EV^iFourGuinea w . %#yu « , , vMP Gold 13f Wristlet bj Watch /'j (Ii i^e)i with Leather ( I Strap and Gold Buckle. \ s-V; Fine Lever Movements, j*; thoroughly adjusted for ? tv. J wrist-use. A pcrfectly ; made Watch, absolutely ! reliable. l;lat, shapely, the most up-to-date U ! style. You can get either the Silver or IVj! Gold Wristlet Watch IfT as easily through the 'A ? j post as by calling in jjCj person. ffi w J, PROUD 7 Jewellers and Gem \J/- Merchants 187 PITT STREET f (near King Street) . SYDNEY -? Uatton Garden, London Robui ^ I'm the Robur Tea Girl. I'm having n jolly time 1 I'm here, there and everywhere and I talic to everybod) — men loo — nud everybody takes notice of what I say, cxcept perhaps, grumpy old women who are only jealous because they can't ottract attention like I do— I'm ! a very lucky girl, don...

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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. SHOULD LOVERS BE EFFUSIVE? [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

THE HOME COLUMN. OHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jounoviy.') SHOULD LOVERS UK EFFITSIV10P In tho vast majority of cases, when two young peoplu become engaged to bo marriod, their first impulso is to aslc and to toll every thing which thoy. can think of concerning their mutual affairs. More mature lovers, having .usually been taught bv experience, are apt to lie less elfusive. It perhaps is a natural desire of over whelming affection to lay bare one's heart and soul to the beloved, to have lio con cealment, 110 secrets, one from another. Which desire, like most natural instincts, when properly exercised, is an excellent thing, hut when misdirected or overdone it becomes a mistake, it may be a misfortune. Confidence between lovers is not only a I good thing, it absolutely is necessary if I there is to be harmony and consequent )iap- ' piness for the two who are to ho one. I lint confidonco and confidences are hv 110 means identical, and the latter may, and of ten do, injure,- even destroy ...

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GIDLEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

C1DLEY NEWS. (From our correspondent.) Since my last the weather has been rather changeable nnd we have had Eonie nico rain which is just what is wanted for tne grow ing crops. So far we have had 101 roints of rain for tho month, and a total or 1910 points for tho year. Everywhere is beginning to wear a green tinge, and tho district looks lovely and «reen. Last week the weather was very cold, with showers of rain, which, 110 doubt, were the tail end of a few snow storms, and thus made 0110 more inclined to remain beside a good file, instead of venturing out of doors. At our local school last Thursday after 11011, tho annual 'Arbor Dav' was held, when a number of parents and their friends came to the. school to help in the making of the day one of enjoyment, and judging by tho way they provided, I think that every one could not help but enjoy themselves. It was intended to hold 'Arbor Pay' 011 ?Saturday, the 2nd inst.. hut it had to be. postponed 011 account of the rain, which fell s...

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Business Maxims. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

Business Maxims. . ? During our extended business career we havo always striven to supply goods of the very best quality. This is the way our busi ness has been built un, and this is the policy wo intend to imrsue in the future. 'We en deavor to so 'conduct our business that no customer can consider ho ever Had just cause for complaint, and same was not rec tified by us. We believe our method of do 111H business is appreciated by our many thousands of customers. AVo mention a few (if the best-known lines we sell : We award the of honor to the world renowned {-Alfa-Laval' cream separators, without which dairying would never have made such wonderful progress ; next wo will mention the 'L-K-G' millviny: machines, which, in a few years, will be installed in all dr.iries milking over 20 cows; then there is tho famous 'Standard' niarine oil engines, which aro used by public bodies and shipping companies throughout- Australia, and the 'Standard' stationary engines are getting just as popul...

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TESTED RECIPES. An Excellent Curry. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

TF.STUD RECIPES. An Excellent Curry. Cut a large onion fine, and fry a light brown. To every two cups of cut-up cold meat add one tablesponful of dessicated co coanut, two tablespoonsful each of tomato sauce and flour, one dessertspoonful cuny. powder, and one small apple. Mix well to gether in a dry state : and add ono pint of cold water, simmer one and a half hours; serve with a garnish of- cold, hard-boiled c.'.'s sliced, and small balls of boiled rice at intervals round tho dish, and slice lemon over tlie whol'j. An appetising and dainty dish' !-.... T.ninl. All excellent braise for lunch 011 a cold day is as follows:— Cut up and place 111 a French earthenware hotpot tho small stems of a head of celery, a handful of trinimpd sprouts, two largo onions, finely cut, some very small carrots, two lettuces, some pep porcorns, a few cloves, three ounces mush rooms, and three ounces huttor. Ijpon this put some trimmed neck of lamb rolled in flour peppered and salted and scattered with f...

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TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

TO-DAY. Be wise to-day! For if you wait Until to-morrow's at thc gate, You'll wait full many a weary day; To-morrow never comes tills way — Be wise to-day! , - .' To-day is yours at- any rate. This is Time's most illusive hait; He paints next week ill purple state, This hour lie drapes in hodden ^rey — Bo wise to-day 1 Dream not — dreams make one lie too late, The only way to conquer fate Is, make each minute, ore it stray, Yield vou it* substance, good or gay, Would' you be learned, loved, or great? He wise to-day 1

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HOW TO SPOIL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

HOW TO SPOIL CHILDliEX. Laugh at llieir faults ; encourage white lies; give them their (\.vn way; tell -them rreitv untruths; n;ive them what they cry for ; shout at the top of your voice to them ; never oncournge their efforts to do bettor ; flv into a passion with them several times a day ; punish them if they break some trifle bv accident; don't enter into their games; when they ask for information tell them to be quiet; let them think the street *1... l,.,-!f ulnnn In nlnv : never tako any notice of thoir childish sorrows; don't have any tovs or playthings tossed around the house;' don't bother yourself about whose house they go to; don't trouble inviting their coinnanion to your house; always ta.jo part a.'ainst thoir teachers; and try to for get as much as possible that you were once young yourself.

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WASTED LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

WASTED LIVHS. ' There is nothing bidder ii, this world than the lost or wasted liver, of men ; sadder to tho o.vo which is able to discern tliem than rovertv cr death. Tlioso who are the suf ferers ill til's generally i*etain a lifelong de lusion, namely, that they aro caused by any body's fault rather than their own. And tliev do, in fact, ri:e commonly not out of any great fault or crime, but from ignor ance of tho world or want of conduct, or neglect of opportunities which never recur. Who has not met with tho helpless, half ?'ntalligcnt man full of many schemes, who in middle life lias nothing to do, and is so liciting his friends, to obtain for him an of fice which he is unfitted to hold, that he and his family may have the means of sui-- rort.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

BAPTIST CHURCH. Kundav. July li. -Tamworth. — 11 a.m., Mr. J. H. l'orcl; /.ol) n.'m., Hev. E. Poeknall. Philip.— 11 a.m., Roy. E. Poeknall. ISective.— 3 n.ni., Rev. E. Poeknall.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. GUNNEDAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

SPORTING. THE TURF. , GUNNEDAH RACES. Tho. races on Wednesday were lield in hue ? .weather. .-There was a uood attendance. Results: — : Park Stake's, G furlongs. — Phagocyte, 8.0 ( Walker), 1; Jmrlic, 7.5 (Meagher), 2 ; l$ull f'mhter, 7.2 (Goddard), 3. Betting: Evens - Higlilaiid Fiing, 5 to 1 the winner, who le-l 1 .air tlie way and won by half a length. ?Jockey ' Club Handicap. — Thompson's ar assie, 7'.7 (Karnll), 1 ; Kenwick's Eastern Q neon, 8.0 (Walker), 2. Betting: 3 to 1 tho winner. There wero live other starters. Won comfortably. Timo, 1-loi. First. Hack Hace. — Ball's Brilliant Lad, 8.0 (Osborne), 1; 'Cook's Jena, 9.7 (Walker), 2; Molly Hampton, . .15.12 (Farrell), 3. Tlie winner ' was' favorite. Won by a length. Time, 1-lij. Railway Jlandicap, ' 7 furlongs.— Cushan's - Chrissie, 7.1 (Page), 1; Anatroif, 8.12 (rnr kinson), ^2 ; King's Lady Simon (Meaulier), 3. Bottiug: 2 to 1 AnhtroU, 0 to I Chrissie; Won after a hue raeo by three-i|iiarters of a 'length. s Tunc, 1.30. Pub...

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(By "Amateur.") TAM WORTH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

(By 'Amateur.'! TA5IWOHTII ..RACKS; ? .. Next-, weok hails will again be flying in Tamwortli, and the Jockey Club liavo great cause to he on !?-iod- terms with themselves at tho liberal response from owners. Given' .. lino weather this moetin;; should be written down as the most successful one held in Tamworth. for many years for nil off meet ing. The' entries are equal to those obtained at tho Annual Meeting, and from all ac ? counts there will be a lar^e crowd of horse? put in the:r appearance. . ^ The following are the weights with the selections for eaeli race : — , FIRST DAY, . The Opening Handicap; G fur.— Brightie 9-5, Mni'lowan, 9-5, Combination 9-0, Mun i dowa 8-7, Jena 7-7, Barrassio 7-7, flavin 7-7, Dormaid 7-2, Elliana 7-0, 1'rilliant Lad- 7-0, Highland Fling G-10, Molly Hampton G-7, . Kathleen Harden 6-7. ^ OPENING HANDICAP. Jlundor.a ? .. ..1 .Ten.i ? ' .. . '. , v . .. '2 Brightie . . . . . . .. ..... -. . 3 . Tiie July Handicap; 7 furlongs. — Murlo- . wail 9-7, Alice...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

MARKET REPORTS. ' ? TAMWORTH. Ciiirvin and Cousens report having held 'their usual weekly IV. I and store ^ stock sale nfc Tamworth on riiur.sdav, 1 1 th inst. Knfc tSlicep. — A 1»ic yarding t' a small at lomlnnoo of buyers, tlie majority ol' the sheep were only medium to j^ootl trade mutton with a sprinkling of prime .nous. Compe tition was keen althrou^h, and prices bet ter than for some time. They sold: Account daek Perfremeiit, 50 merino ewes at 10/, '27 ? ditto at 7 j\), JW Inmlis at 8;'; Account IWc Namnra Uros., (JO merino ewes at U/(», 15 Iambs Csmall), at (\L Kat Cattle. — Tho smallest number forward for some weeks -comprising chiefly j^ood qual ity bullocks and heifers, with a few extra heavy pens of prime bullocks. Bidding was spirited for all classes with the exception of tlio heavy cattle, and prices quite equal to last week's values. The sold: Account G. McMnugb, 5 bullocks: at C7/15/. (5 ditto at £7/8/: account Athol Baldwin, (5 steers at £5; Ii ditto at £1/1(5/ ; acc...

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

GUNNEDAH. Hawke and Ireloar, Limited, general mer chants, report': — Thu following prices wero realised at our , Union sales of farm and dairv nrodueo on tlie^ 8th inst : — . Kggs, 1/1 to ]/.'- per dozen. ? Mutter, 1/1 i-er lb. Fowls, 3/ to 3/0 per pair. Turkeys, 0/, , Kish, 1/3 each. Oranges, 2/ to 2/li per case. . Mandarines, 1/0, 2/3. demons, 2/. Pumpkins, -1/0 per dozen. Cabbages, 4d to Od caeh. % Bacon and Co.'s Renort: — Weather. — Showery durini; the week and still threatening; 28 points last ni|j)it. Crops begiiuiing to show well up, and prospects for tho coming harvest good. Store sheep demand continues active for all descrintions, especially wethers, in wool and off sltears and young woolly erossbreds. Latter scarce. Wo sold 8000 imx-nl privr.te ly during the week and have 11,000 ewes and wethers undergoing inspection. Store cattle buyers operating for reason ably priced lines of bullocks, steers and young i cattle. We sold several lines during tho week and 3iave others un...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910

SYDNEY. AViueheombe, Carsn» and Co.,' Ltd re port under date 12lh .julv, 1010: — AMieat.— -rl his market is very firm, with prices ruling a little higher for .milling wheat, and it is possible to secure as high ns 3/- { for the best grades. Chick wheat is abo in better demand at from 3/3 to 3/5 per bushel. Oats.— Values for theso are still fairly well nmmta.'ned, best whites selling from 2/0 to -/♦per bushel, and Algerians to 2/5. Maize. — This commodity is about on a pnr with last week's prices, best yellow niniKc selling to 2/7J, a choice sample occa sionally bringing 2/8, and white to 2 /(- per bushel. Chaff. — Owing to the lieavv supply coming forward this market is easier, best wheaten bringing to -1/3, and oaten to 3/9 ner cwt., other descriptions to 3/. Lucerne. — There is no notieeablc change jo report in this produce, last week's prices being about the basis on which nriees are \ ruling, prime green in small bales* being rt\s poscd of at up to '1/ per cwt, other descrip tio...

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