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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
SYDNEY. AVinclu'.jnibe, Car.snn and Co., Ltd., ro iM-vt : — \Vbc-il. — This market has -materially im rroved, and millers a»o nayitr.: as^ much as a/10 for the best samn'v-s, while siiippers are noL far behind with their MUotal/ons. (Vck w;uvit is also in better demand at higher values, from 'M'l to 8 per bns.hel being ob tainable. Oati. — Values for't?iesi» have been pretty w.'il aL a timuisMii lor some nine, ami ai thouuh » i;li'/bt change may be. felt now and a:/ain, vtill vahies as a rule just about main fain the rn' standard, best wlrtes selling' fn.ni -/' - to i?/7 ner bushel, and Algerians to -/r-- A'.m i:*:1. — This ?.?.rain is slightly (inner, best yellow maize selling to. 2 /S, and white to 2/7 ! ]?(']* bushel. '' j C-liaff. — There is very little change to re-, port iu values all round, although best i whe:iten is little lirmei', selling to !/?*-, and oaten from to'^/10. Tiiiceine. — I'rces are still fairly well main tained for tnis produce, prime green in small bales Fel...
Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
Casual Reflections. The act:on of the Agricultural Depart-, mcnt in holding a Dry Farming Conference is a token that the authorities are alive to Die needs of testing theoretical forms through practical channels, and gaining the opinions cf persons qualified to deal with questions directly affecting the primary industries of the countrv. ^I'uell u:ood should arise from the conference, inasmuch as the practical ex perience of men compared with the theoreti cal w.ill marl: a line for the Department in future to follow. The dissemination of know ledge concerning, sav, tho growth, of wheat, under dry conditions to which many parts aro prone, li'ust be of value ill the treatment of tlrs grain. The experiences of delegates make useful and interesting reading, and prove the truth of the old adago that we live to learn — which may appropriately be inter preted to mean, in this instance, the farmer reaps tho benefit of tho knowledge of his brothel'. There is very good reason why ratepayers s...
FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
TAPMHIIS' PnODlTCK S A MCS. . SYDN K\j 'Unnsday. 1 A large supply of varied produce was submitted before a large attendance of buy- I ers to-dav Chaff was eagerly sought after, I and sellers had no difficulty in obtaining an increase of 5/ per ton on the rates ruling i earlier in the week'. Choice cuts made 4/3 I to -1/0: prime 3/9 to 4/; good 3/(5 to 3/8; me- 1 dium 2/8 to 2/11 per cwt. Lucerne hay wars I ?hjird to sell. Prices accepted showed a weak- j n ess of 7/(5 per ton. Prime hay in small bales I made 3/(5 to 3/0; good 3/ to 3/1 ; inferior 2/1. I Good large bales brought 2/(5; medium 2/1 to 2/2. Lucerne chaff and wheat were unsale able. Medium derrick straw sold at 2/2, and prime dry yellow maize at 2/8. The market was over supplied with potatoes, and .seller:; had to he content with a reduction of (5/(3 per ton on the rates accented on Wednesday. Prime redskins brought 7/ to 7/4; good 0/1 to (i/7 ; medium to good 4/3 to 5/-. The price of whiteskins was 5/7 to 5/10; medium -1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
agfigpgvAi'o you easily tired ? your work a ^ c%jpP\l-ur den? Do you ft . WjR often Ceclweak A faint? Is / your appetite poor? (_ /r Arc you easily dis Wr couraged ? I£ so, your nervous system is weak ened, your blood is impure, and serious illness is not far away. AYER'S Sarsaparilla was made for just such eases. When tho blood is impure the whole nervous system be comes poisoned. It is im possible to throw off that terrible .feeling of depression, and there is no ambition to work. Ayer's Sarsaparilla will purify, vitalize, and en rich your blood, and life will again bo worth living. As now made, Ayer's Sarsa - jtarilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsapariltas. Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' - Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. Notice ANY PERSONS found SHOOTING SNARING or otherwise trespassing 11 any of my paddocks will bo prosecuted. 6LEITH GILL, » Moonby. KaannBHBi Musical Instruments at Paling's. No matter what you want in the shape of ...
Sore Throat and Cold in the Head. MORE PRAISE FOR PEPS, THE GREAT LUNK AND THROAT REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
Sore Throat and Cold in the Head. MORE PRAISE TOR PEPS, TIIH GltEAT LUNG AND THROAT REMEDY. The' undoubted superiority of .Peps— tho 'pino forest in. tho lioine'' euro— is asserted ' by tlio effective manner in which lung, throat ( and chest complaints are eased and relieved by . the Peps funics. . Jfr. Roger Gowland, 'of Baree, via Jit. Morgan, Q., says:— 'I sufTored from lmbit liiil soro throat, wliich goienillv follows a ««1«1 in tlw. T.. ji._ t ? ? I '''m ??? - t'»«J nisitvi ± «as t'spuci i ally had. After trying mnny . medicines in f. ' v'-» I «as pleased to lincl n sure and reli f «hlo romody in Peps. My throat was eased ?v. hy .the Peps fumes,- and nil irritation was f ? allayed. ' ?: ? ,...-f'As my ...calling., keens me ? a lot outof I find Peps handy to put into my i- - poclcot, atid n Pop or two - ponped into my j. inouth soon lias a bbnoficinl effect. «I shail i . always keep a sutml.v of Peps by 'mo and will ; . i ocommond them, to my. friends and custom i ois, for they ...
RANDOM NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
! RANDOM NOTES (Hy 'Humorist,.') Alley 'all lainwortli football barraekers are : not the most ingunioits and up-to-date in the world. ?'?Humorist' thought so at olio time;, but after reading a' par. in a paper tho - : other day, ho has reluctantly been compelled : to change his ntind. One of tho Northern ;.v River: towns has a butehcrs' football team. . and tho ear splitting war cry of both pla.v ers and barrnckors is: — 'Sausages, sausages! .German sausages! Trotters I Bhick Pudding! Black Pudding! Spiced Beef! Spiced Beef! Saveloys for ever! There's no flics on lis.' -Retire on your laurels, Tamworth. . 'I lio Farmers and Settlers' Conference dis cussed a resolution, 'That the law should be amended to permit of landowners outside v municipal boundaries carrying iirearms on Sundays, on: tlioir. own properties for the de struction .of -noxious animals and birds.' . . . . Oiio of . the . delegates told the Conference . of a sad position, he was placed in some weeks : ago., He was sit...
Eczema. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
Eczema. XuLhin^ iiixcs a nuin'.s pntienco, Nothing spoils a fjond disiinsilioii (jnickcr, 'I'Iihu auv irritation of Uio skin. Piles almost- drive you mml. , ^\ll day Dm'V imikp you inisurnMo. All ni^ht tlusy yoti awake. | ,.niSt 1110 S.IHIU umi riVA-iiiii. ?Stirii miseries are daily decresisin^. Pi'oplo avc U';\niin«s Uiev c:\n he -\irvd. Ijini riling tlie merit of Donn's Oiiitnu'iil. Plenty of pi-oof tliat Dunn's Ointment will euro Piles, Kezeiiia/or si n y kJ-i'ii tronlile. Hero's, nroof of tliis .stateineiit : — Mr. J. Oile-s MneksntiUij Hiisden-J.tieei.. Arniidnlo, says: — 'Mv litlle boy wnr; ironliled witli eczema for a lon^ time. At first- it was on his ht»:ul, and on different pnrts of Ir's bodyj but at Inst it .settled in one part and proved iuienstdy irritating, lie was al ways scratching H, even when asleep, and this made tho i'iii't very sore. We tr.-.'d many remedies, without ever «.'etlinj4 any good out of them, until at last we heard of Donn's Ointment and koL a »'ot. ...
ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
ALL OVER THE STATE. (I'rom Exchanges.; WITH STRAY COMMENTS. I .:ist ivcol:, -1111102 co-operative storu was deslroveil bv hre, and the account, looks v.ere badlv hunted. Also, some haul; notes arc a:iid to ho imssin-r. p If laimvoi'th boasts tlie i:ossessi:m of --.u c uivlo-date horse-sliiii'i-, here is an item which alinuld nilerest linn. !p - i\fi*. R Cool:, of Orange, made a set f ?V' . shoes for » draught, lior.se, wlueh required 19 ^.... jnches of iroji for each hoof protector. : Glen Tunes -hcsnital committee has decid? ! - to spend at least. £000 imon tlie erection cf '? ; on isolation ward. - .? According, to tlio Dean of Newcastle, the . modem political . situation is thus summed 1111 ? , ? . Modern loi;islation was. rarclv K'lided by ilie old, hardi ?uneomprmuisiiij; sense of duty. ? Jlie absorbing questions in polities now wore: —Is it « sl'- AN ill it i;tt \olt-5 AVill it .-pay? .. Jiut'iiut— ' Is it riyht?.' Mi J ^ otliLis] oon, SL Ii C , told the ife- I'liliDurs and -....
RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
RURAL SIFTINGS. (By 'Quanda.') Ihese my notes, your study, amV deliglit, Read them by day and meditate by night; My not^s of last week, readers will remem ber, finished with piot No. 0, Marshall's, which brings us to 'Yandello King.' This wheat is a general tavorite 011 the South jiijftbi.iuHH hiue, ais.0 111 victoria; and in this trial Mr. Forge is very confident. Yandello King will come out well to the fore, and in Irs case is a proved quality. In growth somewhat short, it is more adapted for grain than hay purposes — yielding well, a nice plump grain, of above the F.A.Q. standard, on a strong upright short stem, with a good head, nicely set, and tho gruin well shelter ed in a fine, close-laying husk, not liable to shell, yet responding readily to the beaters, '.ind strops well and clean, medium in season, and n wheat that should recommend itself to Tamworth growers. Besides the above good qualities it ,is a good flour producer. No. 7 block puts us on to Comeback. This wheat will,...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
MUSICAL NOTES. (Hy 'Pitchfork.') .. It was uorsd to notice the watchfulness of the conductor's baton displayed by tho Methodist Choir at their performance of 'Esther' last Friday night. Some members of our larj/er choirs might eonv with advan tage. Another young Australian \v!\o gives pro mise of making her mark ill the musical world is Miss Joyce Brown, a native of Tas mania. Though only 13 yonrs of age, this' talented young lady has won first place in the violin classes at Jlrussles' Conservatoire. aiauamc .uary conly appears to have won great opinions as an oratorio singer in tho Old Land, where she has been . for several years. It is probabk. that she will be heard in that branch of her art during her vif.it to her native country next month. It speaks volumes for the popularity of Madame Dolores that her Sydney season has been such a triumphant success, following, as it lias, so closely tho visits of artistes of the fame and calibre of Jlelba, Calve, and Amy Castles. And right w...
PRESENTATION TO MR. JAMES LAMBERT. THIRTY-FOUR YEARS FINANCIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
PRESENTATION TO MR. JAMES LAMBERT. ? o:o ? BY LOYAL TRUE FRIENDSHIP LODGE. TUIKTY-FOUR. YEARS FINANCIAL SECRETARY. 'lhoro was a large gathering of members of the Loyal True Friendship Lodge of tho Manchester Unity Independent Order of Odd fellows, at the Oddfellows' Hall on Wednes day night, to participate in a presentation to Mr. Jas. Lambert, who for 31 years has been linnncial secretary of the lodge. Mr. Alex. Malhc.son (Mayor of Taniworth), n- n.ci n. ...... i ..-? it... t ...i.- ? i . ? .. i.ui, ui me jjimgu, prexiocu, anil there were also present: Mr. H. liudd (Man illa), Grand Master of Tamworth district; Air. Seckold (Walchn), Deputy Grand Mas tei ; nnd Mr. R. H. Levien, State Parlia mentary representative of Tamworth. The chairman read apologies for lion-attoudauco from 7(i members of the Order, and a wire from Mr. Morgan Stephens, of New England district, who extended coiigratulat-'ons to Uro. ^Lambert on the occasion. During the evening a programme of enter tainment- was ...
To Grow Hair on a Bald Head. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
To Grow Hair on a Bald Head. (By a Specialist.) 1 housamls ol people suiter troni baldness and falling hair who, having tried nearly every advertised hair tonic and hair grower without results, have resigned themselves to baldness and its attendant discomforts. Yet their case is not hopeless ; tho following sim ple home prescription has made hair grow after vears of baldness, and is also uueijual led for restoring grey hair to its original color, stopping hair from falling out, and for destroying the dandruff germ. It will not make the hair greasy, and can be put up by any chemist: — Bay Rum 3 oz., Lavona dc Composes 1 oz, Menthol Crystal -,:v dram. If you wish it perfumed add half to one tca spooiiful of French Foil Fleur Perfnine, which unites perfectly with tlie other ingredients. This preparation is highly rcconmicudcil by physicians and specialists, and is absolutely harmless, as it contahis none of the poison ous wood alcohol so frequently found in liair tonics. Do not apply t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
ATTRACTIVE ADVERTISING. Advertising nowadays is becoming more or less of a lino are. To induce people to. read an advertisement it must be put in a form 'which will compel attention. A step in this direction has been taken by Messrs. Winch comb, Carson and Co. This firm, so well known in the wool' trade, has issued a set of G booklets, each containing a number of photographs depicting pastoral, agricultural, and city- l-'fe., and an excellent photograph of King George and Queen Mary. Each booklet also has a line nicture of the firm's extensive wool stores at Pyrmont, and a panoramic view of the show floors in tlie same buildinir. .The whole is enclosed in an artistically desii'iicl cover. For c.ttractivc advertising wo think the booklets would he difficult to excel, and tlmv will doubtless prove not only acceptable, but very interest ing to the wool-growers of the State.* -IVI'eDONALD HOLMES will bo pleased IT I. to see you when making your next fotowcnr pitrchuses. Guaranteed to p'...
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
METHODIST CHURCH. . Sunday,* Jtuy z-t. i Tamworth. — 11 a.m. and /.JO p.m., liov. J. Colwell.! 'West TamwDi'tli. — 11 a.m., Jlr. 1*. S ynious; 7.30 p. ni., Mr. D. Bowman. Attunga.— 7' p.m., Jlr. R. Harley-.Tomw. T-lnllsville.— 8 p.m.. Jlr. R. Harlev-Joiies. 'Win ton. — 3 nt.in., Jlr. JV. Kelly, flidlev. — 11 u.in.,- Jlr. It. Ilai'ley-Ioiie.s. Oxle.v— 11 :'.viii., Jlr. AV. A. Bourne. Cocklmrn. — 'i ;-.ni., Jlr. S. AValker. Goonoo Goo uoo. — 3 p.m., Rev. J. C'olwell.
CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Taniworth. — St. Nicholas Church, Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10.30 , a.m. ; on week days at 7 a.m. Sunday School from 9.31) to 10.30 a.m. Bosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Evoning devotions every Friday at 7.30. Baptism and Chttrchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday, July 21. ! Timbri. — Jlass at 10 a.m. ? Vory Rev. Dean O'Noill, V.F. j Rev. W. A. Mulling. ' - Rov. T. A. O'Brien.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910
. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, July 24. iTallworth ? 11 a.m., Rev. James Cosh. 31. A., B.D., Seniors: 'Head AVins,' Juniors-: 'The Toilette.' Thimrortb. — 7.30 p.m., Rev. James Cosh, B.A., B.D., 'Beware of dogs.' Tansaratti:.— 2 p.m., Rov. James Cosh. iTliilliji. — 4 p. m.I Rev. James Cosh. iNoinrnftlia. — 31st July, 3 p.m., Rev. James Cosh. Manilla District. Rev. Norman McKie, B.A.