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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

Off They Must 6@ From Ow Shelves. We arc Coming mm the End of our Extension Sale. It positively ends on Saturday, 36th July. The builders say ' Hurry Up !' . And we are hurrying'. For the last 10 days of our immensely popular Extension Fair, we intend offering* real 'Hurry Up' Fairing's, - * that will sweep away most of our stock. Of this, we are sure! So we advise you to come to-day for these Fairing's. Buying* will indeed he brisk at these Further Reduced Prices. Usual Kair Price. AVOMti-V'S TWHHI) JACK UTS. .. ? ? -711 . 1/114 Further Iteduccd to /.I wnMli'V'f OS TWKl'.l) COATS ? 2//0 1 .?-/ l'urther I (educed to 1 J/() WOMAN'S COTvOHKD GOLK .IHIISKYS .. .5/11 3/11 Further Heduced to 3/0 AV*OMKN'S ClfE AM it PINK KIjANNKL- „ ,, , , , 15TH! NTGHTPTiKSSF.S ? AJ}} '- 1}} ^ A i ^ l V / i / Vv 'WOMEN'S PINK WOOIi TJNKERVJSSTS' . . 2/9 2/3 further Heiluccil to 1/11 WOMEN'S t'OXALIXR HAUM FUR NECK- : ,, lft,„ lili'l'S ? ?? ; 23/G -12/0 Further Reduced to 10,0 Gill- COLOR HI) CHIFFONS, -...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Gunnedah Show. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

Gunnedali Show. The attention of our readers is drawn to our advertising columns iinnniinein^ tlie dates of tile forthcoming Guniiedali Show to be held on 23rd, 2-1 til 2.') til of August next. This year's prize .schedule is the liugest and most liberal ever offered hy tlio Associa tion. Over one hundred new classes havo been added, covering nearly every section. The trotting and jumping havo been especi ally catered for, and tho handicapping ami management of the former will he under Jlr. liootle, of West Mnitland. The Associa tion will rebate one-third to owners of every full horse box comiiiir bv rail and exhibited at the slinw. In order to comply with the Givernineiit regulations commanding subsidy all .stallions over three years of age will havo to produce the Governnient Veterinary Surgeon's cer tificate for .soundness before being allowed lo compete, and for this reason a narade for examination will lie held in Giinnedah on Monday. August loth, at ID a. in. Intending exhibito...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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FOOTBALL FLASHES. "OBSERVER" CUP COMPETITIONS CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (Oy 'Critic/') , 'OliSKUVKH' GUI' COMPETITIONS CONTINUED. Competition nmtohos attended t a lai^o »mnl-er of spectators to llio Ovnl oh Satur day afternoon. Tho afternoon was out out for sport, and football votaries were out in large numbers. Two matches were played — ? North v. West and Kast. v. 'NVnlcha, both being first-urnde fixtures. North and West opened tbc proceedings but matters were extremely tpiiet in tlio early stages. Tho vim and lire displayed in tho North and ICast engage ment, the previous Saturday, were lacking, and play dropped info a monotonous swing, neither Ride showing any advantage. At half-time im^ scores bad been registered. On resuming, 'West took command, and looked winners early in the play. Tho ab sence of a couple of North's best men was no doubt n b:j{ handicap to carry, hut nevertheless, on late form, North were ex pected to put up a better game. West's first score was the result of some neat play 011 the part of Dunkerlev and Schom H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

ECZEMA DEFIED. i anus . -o Doctors of Two Continents Gould Make No Impression on Torturing Skin Disease — All Treatments Failed for Nineteen Years. ~v THEN CUTICURA CURED 1 SWIFTLY AND EASILY _ r 'I contracted mv discaso at school in London, England, when I was four teen years old — I am now thirty three. My father put mo under tlio - caro of our family physician who diag- . nosed my discaso as itch. But after Eoveral months' treatment without receiving any benefit, I was auvlsert to go to a hospital. I attended tlio — — Hospital, London. Then and on - two other occasions, without my get ting any benefit, they treated mo for eczema. My next attempt was trying different ointments from doctors ana druggists. Then I tried patent mcdicmcs, including ? , ? and— . 'I passed examinations for govern ment situations but was finally re j'ected at tho medical examinations. After tlireo attempts to enlist in tlio British army I succeeded at last but via discharged on account of my ecze®r: Tho d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

BABY'S LITTLF TUOUBLKS. Baby's cough, if not attended to, often results in croup and other serious troubles. Always keep a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery handy, and bo prepared. Every bottlo guaranteed. Price, Is. fid. and 3s. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* SOCIETY EVENT. Sarah Berks took Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules for her Indigestion, and can now* meet her social engagements. 2s. Gd. per tin. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Bowling Alley Point News [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

Bowling Alley Point News (From our correspondent.) S ^ Mining.— Owing to the lato rain tlio Travena Syndicate at Foley's Folly havo been enabled to start crushing operations. A visit there on AVednesday last by your cor respondent found the machinery under Air. Chappie's able supervision, working splendid ly. The said machinery consists of a Hunt ingdon mill, driven by a pelton wheel, which is operated with water by hydraulic prrs sure. In addition to the Huntingdon mill, the pelton wheel beforemeutioned, drives ail automatic feeder, a rock breaker, and a shaking table, to save the concentrates. The ore, of which there is a large body of about 15 feet in width, is trucked from the faco right to the mill, where the ore falls on to a screen, which passes through to a hopper below, which is worked by the automatic feeder. The ore that does not pass through the screen is fed into the rock-breaker, that quickly reduces it ready for the mill. Tho concentrates and slimes are to he treated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

IT DAZZLES THE WORLD. No discovery in medicine has ever created ono quarter of tho interest that has been caused by Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It has brought relief I in tho most hopeless eases, when all else ?l has failed. Pr«co, Is. Od. and 3s. Obtain able at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.*

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

SPORTING. THE TURF. Tho Julv meeting of Rosehill Racing Club was 'held oil Saturday afternoon. The weather was showery. Results: — Hurdle Race; 2 miles— Gay Hampton, 9.7 (Curtin), 1; Nitro, 10.12 (T. O'Donnld), 2; Knnismar, 11.7 (Kreehind), 3.. Won hy a nock. Time, 3 niins. 52 see. ' 'llio winners price was 4 to 1. h'lving Handicap; 6 furlongs. — Adjacent, 7.7 (Hood), 1; Penniless, 9.5 (Smith), 2; King. Haut, 8st. (M'Ltichlan), 3. Wo„ by n length. Time, 1 mill. 11 sec. Winner, 0 to Granville Stakes; 1 ' mile.— Tristram, 8.8 (iturke) 1; Volga, 7.11 (Wood) 2; Saynden, 7.12 (M'Lachlan) 3. Won by a head. Time, ,1 mill. 43 sec. Winner, 4 to 1. NuifaKry Handciap ; 0 furlong^. — Roy Scout, 8.11 (Connell) 1 : Meringue, 8.5 (A. Wood) 2; Bonnie Mura, 7.12 (Foley) 3. Won by a length. Time, 1 mill. 15J sec. Vi in ner, 8 to 1. . . lioseliill Handicap; H lirle. — Britain, 8.7 (W. Osborne) 1; Clavdon Common, - 7.9, 2; The Acovlte, 9.12 (Smith) 3. AVoii by a length. Time, 2 niins. 81 sees. Winner 1...

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RAILWAY SMASH NEAR MELBOURNE. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND MANY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

RAILWAY SMASH NEAR MELBOURNE. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND MANY INJURED. About 9 o'clock yesterday morning, just as 'the Brighton train was on the move out of Richmond Railway Station (Vic.), on its journev to Melbourne, the Windsor express dashed' into it, telescoping threo cars, and , piling up a heap of wreckage oil the line. The disaster was unfortunately accompan ied by large loss of life, the particulars so far to hand giving tho number of persons killed as eleven. Many other passengers worn severely injured. . . Tho smash occurred in a thick fog, which , rendered the railway signals invisible to the | drivers of the trains. ... Richmond railway station is about four miles from Melbourne. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for CouijhB and Colds, never fails. 1/0.* '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

You may talk of vivisection, Or of nl'ter-death dissection, And tlio subject of protection Wo must at all times endure. But Protection is alluring, If it's colds you talk of curing, No more coughs you'll be enduring. If you uso Woods' Great Peppermint Curo.

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LABOR ORGANISER IN TAMWORTH. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

LABOR ORGANISER IN TAMWORTH. (To tho editor.) air, — In your paper or lotii mst. appears a letter signed 'Henry Lovien' ' which should be tho means of losing him a great number of votes. Ho is in a hurry to deny that ho voted for the Coercion Bill. Now, Sir, I did not say that he voted FOR that Bill: what I did say was that Mr. Levion would be coming round telling the people that ho did not vote for it. And I say that it would be well for tho electors to remember that he did not vote against it, and seeing that he is well paid to attend tho House, surely the neople have a right to exptfet that he would be there when legislation which was against the people's interest; was brought forward, and vote against it. And if Mr. Lovien was against the Coercion Act, he should have voted against the Government that passed it when tho division 011 tho recent ('ensure motion was 011. He cannot deny that he voted with tlie Government. He savs that ho tried to get a iw».ir against the Bill and fai...

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COUNT BAKERS' AWARD OR "THE PRICE OF BREAD." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

COUNTRY ftAKF/RS' AWAKT) OR 'THE PRICE OF BREAD.' (To the Editor.) Sir, — I hope you will s»)are me a few lines of your valuable space as I feel sure the pub lic aro in ignoranco of a few facts as regards the baking trade. In tho lirst place bread is being sold in Tamworth cheaper than in any country town in New South Wales, and with the lesult that there is a loss to the baker who tries to pay his debts and give his customers a good lojif of hrnnd. Tt. rpi»ihs si stranne thinii that people will pay 50 r-er cent, too much for meat, but deny tho baker any profit at all. The wages boards are giving working men a satisfactory wage and surely the public will trv to seo that the. baker (who has a hard life and has to work at all hours of tho day and night) can earn r. living. Yours, etc., 'BAKER.'

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PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

~ PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL I I'ho following were present at the usual monthly meeting of the Peel Shire Council held 011 Friday last: — Councillors A. 11. Smith (president), W. J. Peek, S. Forge, D. Orinan, and W. G. ChalTey. A11 apology was recoived for the absenco of Cr. Phillips. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Dopartmont of Public Works, re lative to the provision of drill hall accommo dation in connection with the Ciiiniiionwoalth Defence Act, ]!)()!-. The cleric stated he had replied that the Shire did not possess a hall, but mentioned that the military nntlmrit ie» already have a suitable drill hall ill Tam tvorth, and this hall could, lie tlimmht., lie conveniently used for the trainim; of a large number of the residents if the .Shire. From the Town Clerk, Newcastle Council, asking co-operation in the direction of amending the Local Governnient Act to per mit local authorities to acquire potver from the Government to construct additional tram lines, and to provide locomotive faciliites h...

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GURRABUBULA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

CURRABUBULA NEWS. (l-Yont our Correspondent.) A meetiuy; -tf the Progress Committee is to ho held next Wednesday, 20th inst., at 8 71.111. . A good attendance is hoped for. It has been decided to ojicn tho Post Office for the delivery of mails 011 Kumln.v iii..r;i iii'» from 0 a. 111. to 10 a.m., and also on AVednesday evenings from (- to 7. We hn.vo had a lot of rain. Fine weather is much desired. There is a hit of wheat not vet sown, but if we have line weather Hie fai ni'jvs will soon' not tho remainder of their err.p in.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

SYDNEY. Harrison, .Tones and Devlin, Ltd., re port : — 18,537 sheep (including lambs) penned, the quality althrough ranging from good to prime merino wethers, with several drafts ef extra prime weighty. Ewes were rather scarce, chiefly comprising fair to medium de scriptions, with only odd pens of prime. Very heavy cold rain fell during the whole sales, which had a most detrimental effect upon tho market, and made sheep look wretched. There was a fair attendance of the trade; also the Sydney Meat Preserving ('o. , mid one or two exporters. Sales open ed slack, and prices ruled at a lower range of values. The market fluctuated consider ably during progress, and on the whole prices were about 1/- lower. A fair supply of lambs, including some prime descriptions ; market ruled very strong and was firm at late rates. About 1460 cattle penned. Generally the quality, was fairly good, including some prime weighty bullocks, but the niijority com prised useful trade quality. There was only a ...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTU. W. T. Callcott and Co. report last Fri day's sale as under: — Butter, 1/2 to 1/3 iter lb. Eggs, 1/ to 1/3. per doz. Bacon, 8d. per lb. Dripping, 2d. to Id. per lb. Lard, 5d. to Old. iter lb. Honey, 11/ to 13/ per (501b. tin. Do., 2/- to 2/3 per 71b. tin. Do., 1/3 per -lib. tin. Brooms, 1./- to 1/3 each. Tea, 4/9 per 51b. tin. Apples, 5/ti to 9/3 per case. Pears, 2/ti pet-.J-case. Oranges, 3/3 to 3/9 per case. Do., 1/ to 3/3 per J-case. Mandarins, 1/ to 3/9 per 1-case. Do., 3/15 to 4/9 per case. Lemons, 3/ per case. Do., 1 1 to 2/0 per i-case. Beet, I/O per doz. hunches. Turnips, Otl. to 1/ per doz. bunches. Do., lid. to 1/6 per J-cwt. Cabbage, 1/ to 2/3 per doz. Cauliflower, 1/9 to 2/G per doz. Parsnips, 2/ per doz. bunches. Carrots, 1/ to 1/6 per doz. bunches. Lettuce, 4d. per doz. Celery, 1/3 per doz. bunches. Pumpkins, 4/ to 7/- per doz. Eschalots, 1/ per doz. bunches. Rhubarb, 1/0 per doz. Fowls (roosters), 3/ to 5/3 per pair. Do. (liens), 2/ to 3/6 per...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 July 1910

PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Levion wero in town to-day, and will bo present at tho Catholic Ball to-night. The members of the local lodge of tho Manchester Unity Independent Order of Odd* fellows will make a presentation of a purse of sovereigns to their financial secretary, Bro. Jas. Lambert, at tho Oddfellows' Ilall on AVednesday night. Bro. Lambert, who is also secretary of tho district, has been tho lodge secretary for something like 35 years. District lodge officers will ho present at the proceedings, which will take the form of a smoke concert. Mr. A. W. Simpson, the senior solicitor of Armidale, has passed away. The news   reached Armidale (says the 'Chronicle') on Thursday morning that Mr. Simpson, who   had been invalided to Manly (Sydney), had reached that bourne from which no traveller returns. Since December, the late Mr. Simpson had been in enfeebled health conse- quent upon a stroke of paralysis. The late Mr. Simpson was born at Maitland on ...

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N.Z. FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

N;Z. FAiniRliS' UNION. Tho New Zealand conference of the Farm ers' Union passed resolutions that Crown ' tenants should have the option of purenai.ng freehold; that the Government be urg-.'d to spend £100,000 annually in reafforestali 111 the money, to be spent either by the Lan ls Department or to encourage private in li viduals to plant suitable trees; that native lands should pay the same rates and t;i\cs as European. I

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£1,500,000 YEARLY AT ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

,t;l,o00,000 YEARLY AT ISSUR. I Hie increase of 11 shilling or two per KMl 1 for shearing, and a few shillings a wctk f..- ] shed and ration hands may seem a smali mat ter to the labor organisation, but it is wtll within the mark to say that tlie nrese it de mands of the AAV.l!. would entail an o::tia annual expenditure of at least 1?, j which represents interest at 5 per ceil'. 111 £30,000,000 of capital.' ? The foregoing is an extract from (Ii.. ad dress of Mr. P. Onkden before the Pastora lists' Union in Sydney.

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