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TESTED RECIPES. Potato Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

TESTED RECIPES. Potato PuddiiiiT. ?Line aim grate iwo nrca kiast cupstul ol raw potato, add three cupsful of sugar, ono cupful of butter beatun to a cream,, and two cupsful of milk. Pour into a pudding dish, and hake for two hours iu a hot oven. As the top and sides crust over, stir tho crutt down into tho pudding, and let a fresh one | fonu. At tlio time of serving the pudding should be mottled blown and yellow. Serve hot with a rich boiled custard, or cold with whipped cream and sugar. Milk I lolls. Three-quarter pound of good flour, quarter toaspoonful salt, two ounces butter or lard, two teaspoonsful linking powder, threequar ters pint .solir milk. .Mix flour, salt, and baking powder, rub iu butter (sweeten with a little line white sugar if liked). Stir to n light dough with sour milk, turn out and knead a lit'Je, then make into eight fancy shapes, the greater variety the better: glaze with egg, and bake about fifteen minutes ill a hot oven. Rhubarb Jam. Six pounds rhubarb, six ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

IMPORTANT CLEARING HA 1. 1.1 I lie. special attention of our readers is 'di m-tod to the advertisement appearing in t.us labile of n clearing out sale of horses, sheep and dairy cows, and farming machin ery, which takes nlnce at Mr/Cardales I'aim.at Nominnlia, on Wednesday next, the 2*th inst. ()2 head of liinh class frtrmine horses, mostly lioavy dranglits of tho right a^o, mchuliuit a number -if heavy draught bleeding, mares with foals at foot, by tlie uvlUbrown SufTolU 1'uudh stallion 'Mooki iMiav'' will be offered. Farmers and otlier.s should not miss the sale, ?as besides the horses, some high class dairy cows, sheep and farming machin ery will also be offered. Owiim to the farm henujc sold, everything is for right-out 'bona- fido' sale. Luncheon will he provided, and the K.at Ik will commence luinctnuDy at 11 o'clock. Messrs. Garvin and Cousens and Frank ^Vyndham arc the joint auctoneers.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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"THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

'THE DRPTHS OF THR SIOA. ' ' T|. ii /'I the Oddfellows' ill. /l S' KL'S'' » 'leliver an I nst ated lanter,, lecture on 'The Depths ol tho Sea. I lie lecture is nrovided' bv .Sjdnoy Lniversity Intension Hoard, and is I conti oiled , by the coniiirttee of Tamworth Mechanics Institute. An interesting sub ..... .,0 l wiin ov :M r. Medlev in ail liitei esting manner, and undoubtedly those tov 1 nsp.M.ple who attend will not regret it. Refei once will he made during the lecture to n 'loiiutam under the sea discovered bv Mr iJedley, and named by liini after Dr. AVool nough I lie coimniltee of the Institute aro I1he1.1l 111 their scale of charges. As a mat ter of fact there will be 110 'charge to those «ho were rievented through wet weather from attending the last lecture iu the re cent course, whilst, those who did attend wiil lie admitted to the coming lecture 011 pay ment of (id. Admissio,, for others will be 1/-.

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HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

HOSPITAL HALL. ?inn loiioiniig lames nave ueeii apnointed as collectors for the Hospital Hall, to be held on- August l(i, 17, and 18: — Peel-street. Mrs. J*. A. Rilev and Miss Cohen. Ma ri us-st reet . — Mrs. 'Stanlev and Mrs. Codrmgton. v-ii. uutge-sireci. — .mis. w. j-;. Thomas and ?Mrs. Ransome. Upper-street. — Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Newman. . Napier-street. — Mrs. Pullman and Miss Flynn. North Taniworth ? Mrs. Searlo. Nemingha,— ^ Mrs. Lord. West Tamworth and Westbrook. — Miss Thibault. Moor Creek. — Miss AValloy and Miss Cou sens. M.oonbi and Old Moonbi. — Mrs. Swp.in. Limbri. — Miss Perfroment. Somerton. — Mrs. Moffat. Goonco Goonoo nnd Gowrie. — Miss Studte.

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ELECTRICAL FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

ku'Xjtiucal mm. oy rctcrencc to an advertisement it will he seen that' Messrs. 'Cameron and Klvnn luivo commenced business as Electrical Engineers and Contractors. Uoth partners have had several yon l's . experience in electrical work, and iHit.li commeiK-ed their electrical studies at the Sydney Technical College. ? ? ? ' neo. v Jvnn i.s well known in Tam worth, and has for the past eight vears been employed m the electrical engineers' depart ment of the Government tramwavs, where lie ha* had practical experience in the Power Houses', comiccted with the tramway, and -vas lor four years shift electrician in charge North -Sydney Power Station. He has gain ed considerable knowledge 'in tho various uses to which electricity is applied. Mr. Donald Cameron needs no introdiic t.on, as he has already been in the electrical business on his own account here for several months after having been employed for two years in the Taniworth Electricity Works.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. July 23rd is the date of next regular monthlv visit to' Tamworth of GIRB it nF.EMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians if 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any oyo trouble, failing sight or lioadachcs, should consult lis. Ono of tho principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Clinrlos Gibb and Co.. and J. AV. Reeman, lato Man ager and Sight Specialist for II. A. Barra -lough), who have been visiting this town for ?ome years, aro the principals, so clients can relv on the most evnerfc 75 ve service in con sulting us. Next visit: Saturday, July 23rd,

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H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

II. A. HARRACLOUGH, LTD. A l'rolessionaf hervice. — this firm con scientiously adhering to the duties of its high profession, has never lowered optics to the lovel of a trade ; in other words, it has never sacrificed quality for ;'aill. A trade-level — i mechanical service can turn out factor.v niadu spectacles at .low cost to the manufac turer. but then, spectacles have to be 0011 'iderod not in regard to the manufacturer's pocket, but ill regard to the eyes that have to wear the spectacles. Since factory-made spectacles can give onlv factory results, sen sible people once warned, will come to II. A. Riirraclough, Ltd., who stand alone for high professional service, who specially manufac ture each pair of spectacles for each custo mer and who charge a very low price in com parison with the comfort safety and aeeuracv of their glasses. The (inn visits Taniworth regularly, and will shortly notify the date and place of forthcoming visit. Appoint ments bv letter to II. A.'Rarraclough, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

Only 7 Days left for oar Extension Fairings. We're 'having' a line 'clear-out' — as a matter of fact, our Extension Fair beats all previous Fairs hollow. And we want you to be in it bet ore it is too late. The Fairings are the richest, solidest, most attractive bargains that we have ever ottered — and there are only 7 days left for you to come and get them. What do you say to this fresli list we publish to-day? ? Usual ?? l'air Price. , ^ °j'o()'r.liiu! .MOSEYS S 1UU 'IV l,t- 2/11 I mlhu minced to 1/. \ . S' ' A1 to 5/6 21V to J/11 1 urtln^ mine BOY'S' NAVY SAVI4ATERS with Red ami- : - 7 - , - , ?, Blue Stripes, sizes- 2!'ii., 23.ii., 28.11., ..2/3 lo 3/0 . .1/3 to 2/3 Kurthor 50in. NAVY TWILL SERGE ? ? ? 2/11 .,^.2 /-- Fuillier reduml^ 10^2/3 MEN'S 1II4AVY MIT) AN'I) '.DA UK GRLA i , , ir TWKKD TItOUSKRS .. .. - - - - - luitlici induced to b0. ? MAN'S DA UK GKKY AND 'VSAirit- ^ f . . , , lfVn PKOOK COATS ? ? ? ? — - ? 19/o'.. ' ..luitbci uducud to 10;.). 'MUX'S KANCY CASYdIKHK HAT ...

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WHAT DAD SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

WHAT DAI) SAYS: Never put in 1 v l'aith in tlio virtue that labels itself. The man who can turn his hand t:- any thing seldom turns it to profit. One of the hardest things in (lie world is to get other people to become excited over a dream vou have had.

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Politics of the Country [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

Politics of the Country Jlr. Lord, the Lulmr candidate for Tam worth at tlio cumin;; State elections, has lost no time in gutting into the field, lie has already delivered addresses al some of tlio country places. Mr. Lord lias y;reat hopes of Ijeini; elected. We hehVve, however, that Harry Levien has greater. Tt has been -decided by the runners and Settlers' Conference sitting ill Sydney that a Country Party should he formed for Par liament. The '.Sunday Times' says 'tho Party may possibly he developed into a high ly useful organisation. It may. That is all that can bo said a! the moment. There jiio possibilities the other way, too. Hut for the present wo will hoe« for the hest. If tho Farmers' Party readjusts its idea of tho 'living area' — in the direction of reducing it considerably, so that the land of selectors may be utilised instead of being kept merely to breed pests, both vegetable and animal — and ? gathers' into its fold the over-growing body of small holders, including ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

| nLoeaS Option PoH, 191ol i TO TOE ELECTORS. | I HOW TO VOTE. ? ? | J I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing I i in the Electorate continue ... ... fl j I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing B | in the Electorate be Reduced ... ... I i I Vote that No Licenses be granted in the I ' Electorate ... ... ... ... ... I i N.B. — THE THIRD RESOLUTION means that ALL J | EXISTING LICENSES in the Electorate! | WILL BE CANCELLED. | | VOTE in the TOP SQUARE for CONTINUANCE B [er*UCERSE under GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION^ When Dining^ at W-& VvO i Restaurant - A ' ?a '* 's «ot enough to order ? ' i - ^ ' 'Worcester Sauce,' oor even ? ! '^63 ? mfere'y % ' I LtA &P E R R IN S'. J You further need to see that it comes vJL to you in the Lea & Perrins' bottle— only then can you ensure that some substitute is not: being foisted on to ^oijl at th© expense of your THE NEW CLIP. IN SELECTING YOUR AGENTS THIS YEAR, DON'T FORGET THAT WinrhMiiilie. ('arson & Co,, Ltd., i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

A NOVEL METHOD OK ADVElt'i' j t i- ,, i''. .ri'rnis go to advertise their business and kc before the public. . ^ their namo Ono largo Sydney ho'- ' ... , . ' ., i on ono i ? ..SO, which claims it has, 30,000 customers. . * i ? . -.. , -(V- ? ^ : nave for -10 years . ad- vertised I la main , „ -, ,. , c '» ?? 'n /nvcels' at all sorts of m-i.ees to s\yfc al1 .. . , Th\ in .' Classes of people. ... ¥r u,' ^T-'Urothers. Limited, corner of Ucoi'go ail u ^atlnivst-st reels, and right op . £ositO P»V.* Andrew's Cathedral. This enter prising firm 'nnd clever advertisers now ad Vtrtis'B thes& bargain parcels all over Austra lia and are sending them away in hundreds. Ono liarcel for men at 30/ w-? note contains dven a suit of clothes as well as shirts, col lars, lint, ties, sox, handkerchiefs, and so on— nil for 30/! No wonder there is a run on thoso parcels. Truly, they are bargain parcols. A' dress parcel for 2 5/ contains an astonishing number of articles from dress lengths- to hab...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

MAITLAND. Light r, implies of t'al cattle were generally yarded on Thursdav. Prime -bullocks sold ?from £W 12J Io £9/ll/, good £,/10./ to 18 10/, medium £6/10/ to £7/10/, prim' «'«'s sold at £5/15/, good £-11121 t» £S'K ? «'-' ; ilium £3/10/ to £1/10/, infer'.or £2/ 10/ to ; £3/10/. ' . . , r .Fat — Priniis nnd wui^nty HllJ^ ol vethors kM »t to IS/ii, y.Y\\\w Uh ? 1G/!), jrood i:UI to 15/7, int-.liuni V2/ to ; priino ami woi'ihtv owos sold to l-»/o, iy',nu' to 13/-, Ro.xl 10/10 In V,\L imuluim ?-/ to 10/10; ««oa quality lainlis 10K'- to V2}.

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

I. GUNNEDAI1. Hacon and Co. 's vonort: — ? ? Store SIhm']).— Huvcrs opto-aUn-/ irroly lor nil descriptions. Woolly and ull-s!io»r wi* tliers, a'ao crosshn-ds in wool, mnndiniE inosl attention. AVe reanin* a line of 10,000 wethers for a (}ncensland elsenl.4 Our :;^les tins week total *1000.^ Store Cattlf. — Inquiries roiitinw for rea rnnablv jirieed 1'iies of bulloeUs and sieers. hIeo vonncc mixed calile. Hnsinoss limited \q small lintjs. Our stiles, 185 head, I'aL Stock selling readily with naddock de livery, est:ecially cattle. »Snles, US lat cat Lie, !:,r»0 fal sheen. Ifor.ve.1!. — .Market still j^ood for all dnsfcH, and ftdl nriee:; ruling. Prijvcrtic4 for mixed fjirmin:; Ontutcdab, I' ibri un'l - -n : riticl i district in j^.ooiI (le j-vuid. Cli'.^ap ^ra/.in^ ptopertici inquired for in CofiP.a ruble district, North \Ve;;t and iu Queensland ; clump j»;raziii^ and wheat 'and c-n v.-cslern line or abr:ut Parkeu or Tnindlr'l asked for. ?21/7/10.

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CALENDAR—1910. AUGUST—XXXI DAYS. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

CALENDAR— 1910. ?AUGU.ST— XXXI 1-A \ S. i'ii.\si:.s or Tin: M''N. ,Vcw M ooii ? olli. 1.1/ p.m. First Quarter ? IStli, lil ji.ui. Full Mi, mi ? Ii I -si , 5 I! a in. I^nsL Qtmrtcr ? ? -Stli, I*J. .'t'l a.m. (3|jS' KBMAKH.Mll.n l- VI' NTS. J^j.= ^ j S. -~ i ^ | ~1 j j a. III. I p m. i m ii -is,-; ii s 'i i^ -is 2Tu I! 175 IT, ?! !?'. 1 III 3 w 0 -I7l5 Hi; 5 111! -in 4 Th I! IC .-I 1(1 (i 1') :! -u; I 6 F (I -ifl 171 7 i -i r,:t | ? 6iS (i -III 5 I Si 7 M 0 I) 7S llth Siuulny uf. Triii. U ?l-.'r, I!)' 8 HI 7 3 , 8 M '' '? . G ?u!.'- ai; S .|il 8 4 1) Tu (i in!.-, 21) 0 1.1 !) 2 : 10 W O ' (I ;«l.5 21 9 -12 11 88 II Til U :isr. L'i',10 8 10;', I . 12 1? « :i7 r, u-2 to :r- n so . i:iS o :»i5 2.111 r, a. hi. 14 S I2lh Sunday af. Trin. 0 30', 21 1 1 111 i'2 Ifi ' 15 M (i 3.',.') 21 p.m. 1 -111 18 Tn . . '11313 2.'- I 2 2:1!) 17 W « 335 2« I f-3; .3 :1'3 18 Th (i 323 2(1 2 5lj 4 3(1 ' , JO b1 (i 3 1 5 lit, 3 'it] r- I!) 20 S ti :)iir, 27 4 ol), (i 2 2| S I3tli Smiilay af. Triii. u 2S .'- ...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. Garvin and Coiisens report having Jield tlieir usual weeltly sale of tat aim store stocti at' Taniworth on Ihur.sdav, 21.st lnst. : — I'at Sheep. — r'l here was only a small vard ing' to a good attendance of huvcrs,' ami tlio number bein^ well within the l'ecpiire nients, and a 1'eiv outside butchers o. in^ present caused comntliiion for jirinie weth irs io oe very Keen, aim ^ooil iu-:ces were rea lised all through. It was a much better niar 5fe-. I-et than for some time. Tliev sold: — Ae- lount U. Chaniuan, I0s(|., Go wethers at lt/8; i .iccouiit .J: Ityrne, 25 wethers and ewes (mix ^ ed), at 11/1, 41 do., 10/3, ,'J9 lambs 8/7 to 8/8; account H. M. Ilarnes, 91 ewes 10/8. ^ Fat Cattle. — A full yarding, the majority being cows ami heifers of medium good -|iiai- iiy, with a few prime pens, liufioclis were not well represented, being much below the 'j;''.' usual (|iialiry. 'For prime cattle 'lidding was ;; very brisk, and jirices quite eoual to and ill many i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

GRODNO WINES Awarded SEVBRAIy FIRST PRI2JE)S Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney ! Glci\truim Whisky,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

I? AMY'S LITTLK TltOUHLKS. I!;il),v's rough, if not attended to, often results in croup nnd other serious troubles. Alivavs Keen a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery bandy, and be prepared. Kvevy bottle guaranteed. Price, Is. Od. and 3s. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* I\ is a re'liable old English I J COUGHS^ COLDS, . al all Lung ^ Throah Troubles. Bslliotss Attacks. Suffered for Years. Dr. Mcrse's Indian Hoot Pills Restored her to Health. Mrs. Maitha Simmons, S Covc-strect, . Ualmain, Sydney, tells how she was ailing for years, subject to bilious attacks, pcrioth- . cal headaches, and constipation from her school days to womanhood. 'Dr. Morse's Indian Knot Pills were,' she states, 'the salvation of her life.' Read what she cav.s : 'In my teens I suffered very badly from Bilious Attacks. My blood was very pojr, my whole system became com pletely -run down. and on many occasions I was so weak that 1 had to be supported ? home by my schoolmates. As I grew older ...

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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. New South Wales weather conditions dur ing the week ended Kridav, loth, July, 11)10. During the past week the tracks taken by the hi^h pressures, or fine weather .systems, were very similar Iti those of the preceding period, i.e., over central areas of tlie con tinent, a feature peculiar to the winter months. The weafher cf the southern ivarls of Australia, on tlie other band, was do minated by the extensive Antarctic low pres sure belt over the f-;uthern ocean. As a consequence, alternations of line and (old, and unsettled, showery conditions, witli comparatively mild temperature were ex perienced in .Vow Soot1' Wales: tho rain area beim? confined chiolh* to the western slopes and t:i dixtrvK south of the Laehlan. Some li-'ht to moderate amount:; oc curred also o'i Thursdav and Kridav, in northern districts west or the mountains, as the result of the operations in that area, of the relatively low pressure conditions be tween two iK'iijhbourini; 'hi^hs. Speaki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

SCHUTE.BELUCO. LIA1ITED A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brokers, Each head of tho Company dircctlv controls a department, of the busing, nnd gives personal attention to disposal of all consignments. Tho Company sells only WOOL and PRODUCE, eo the wholo time and attention of Directors and Staff ore concentrated on securing cntiro satis faction to consignors of those lines. Call and see them when next in town. Offices ; 44 Bridge Street, Sydney,

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