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OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

OUR LADIES' LETTER. (Bv 'Reseda. Tho aeroplane and biplane are not the only things in the air at present; the Sydiicy'iiir is full of ideas and not the least important of these i.s the idea ef importing unmarried Brit:sh women into Australia. 'I hey have I too many women in 'the Island' and have (oo few here in this vast expanse. The suffragettes have proved too much for their opponents and it looks like giving them t.'io mill rage very soon, ha now ( lie wise men put on their considering caps, look serious, and with finger raised in awe-inspiring atti tude, tell them that 'duty' i.s a more im portant call than 'rights' for women. With these few remarks thoy pass on to the sentence 'you must go out of Knglmul,' go out to Australia where they already enjoy the privileges you demand and where 'love- ly women is a scarcity, and where it is your plain duty to go and settle down as a wife and help extend the Empire across the sea.' So, it seems women, like money, are not equally d:strihu...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ANNUAL R.C. BALL. THE GREATEST SUCCESS YET ACHIEVED. ESTIMATED GROSS RECEIPTS £180 TO £200. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

ANNUAL R.G. BALL. THE GRKA'I EST SUCC1CSS YET ACHIEVED. LbllUATED GROSS RECEIPTS (.180 VO /.'200 - ^ . 'I he ladies- of (lie ltomni Catholic coniinun ? itv have reason to be prmid of 't.'iis year's hall, which was held at the Allianibra Hall oil 'luesdav and Wednesdav lnjihts last. '1 lie '.function was ti real tnuninli;. and mav be. written down as the irreatest success vet ? — .1.: ? ,1 - 'Hie floor on the opening ni'-'ht, which ivas ?; for adults, was cmwdi'd with dancers, and .' danriiif! was not at nil comfoi tablo at times, ; but this did not mar the enjoyment of the evening. AH came to spend a happy time. The gallery was packed with onlooker?; in fact, at n quarter past 8 the doors had to lie closed against the crush. W' 'Die interior of the liall was artistically de corated, the decorations consisting of flags mill greenery, with mirrors hero and there around tho sides, whilst small colored elec tric lights added to tile attractiveness of the ' scene. A couplo of cosy corner...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE FASTING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

THE FASTING IAN. I'ATiy now ami tliun, from New Yor\. LoucUui, -ir stinu* olluu* city, vou hear ol' n man who can !S-- I'nrly days witlniUl OkkI. lint (»vc»ry «iich man, al fhy enrl of ltis fast, looks \v-v,\U and ill! Il-» Vias scnyrvlv stroui^ |)i oiuhil;Ii io walk, ami i.s as t'.iiu as a lalli. ThnL is Ktiflifuwil proof that Wf ipm.t ont lo iMiithiM*, wo jn»st tliuost. what wt- oat, or wo shall lm weak ami ailing, liko all dvs HI V\ II \-HI iin- UVillx, * l«-». uini, nun no roltsh for breakfast and dreading your work; if you havo hoadaclios, InliousiH'^;, constipation, div./Jiu'ss, imm-voumio.-s or low Kp:rit8, you ii'.'od -?idy tho ncavisr t;» di^i'st food to iuuUo y.»« w-«ll and. str*)n^ ai^ain. Vou iiood tho holu tiiat Mother Soijiol's Syrup ^ivosl Tt 'helps your 'Stomach, liver and bowels to do their \vt-vk pn-i:ei'lv. Then you can dijie.it food, and good health follows naturally. Take, for oxamnle, U:-.» experience oi' Mr. William Cretan, Morse Street, Tito Valley. Hrisbano....

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

When Doctors recom mend and the public universally use a remedy for one specific purpose you may be .sure it has merits which entitle it to such high recognition. This is the case with California Syrup of Figs, .. the safe, gentle and reliable laxative that soothingly cleanses the system and successfully stems the habit of constipation in man, woman or child. Insist on having the original and genuine ^ 'natures pleasant laxative.' ' 'Of all Chemists, in two sizes. Pullman's Pharmacy, (Next Tost Office), i HER11ERT A. PUNCH, M.'PiS:, . - . Malinger. SOME OF OUR CASH PRICES:— -! Usual Prico- Our Price; Scott's Emulsion ? 2/(- ' ? ' . 2/2 Scott's Emulsion .. ... .. -I/O ? . . . 3/SJ Keplev. Malt and Od .. 2/ti . ' 2/ : Kepler Malt and Oil .. I /(- . 4/ Woods' Peppermint Cure .-»r-3/;J . YVood.s' Peppennint Cure 2/(- . 2/3 Clements' Tonic, ? ? ? 2/0 - : 2/3 C.'lenients' Tonic ? ?!/''_ .'1/ ' Cuticura S'lap V)'' 1/ Ronnin;:toii's Irisli Jli.ss.. l/(- . -;;r : -. . 1/3 l!onn:n^ton's Irish...

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

| Start baby rlgtit. f H Mothers ktiov/ Hiat n sound and vigorous body acquired by H H baby durinaihe firstye3rinsurcsstronir6.hcaUUycUilclhoo-l M « 1 NGdVGS 00-d | ? | has for more than 00 years been the I jfl infant diet of hundreds of thousands of strong I H and healthy men and women, and is a perfectly | 0 safe food for the most delicatc child. e ilt contains all the essentials for flesh and bone-forming I in an excepHonat dc-;nr, assists teething, reticves'infa'nlite n constipation, and when used with milk as directed, forms fl A COMPLETE DIET FOR INFANTS. g Neave's Food was awarded GcfJ Medals, London, England, I9C0 and 1935, H © Sold in 1 lb. Tins, specially packcd for Australasia, o 2 by all Chemists, Grocers, Stores, &c. . ' f FOR PERFECTLY FITTED SPECTACLES ^H^^.-Gibb.&-Beeman ' THE WELL-KNOWN OPTICIANS 6 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY, Who Visit this Town Every Month. Tlic principals liavc li.nl 20 years' practie.il experience, therefore, intending clients can rely...

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

Chapped hinds and |J^gej**£K chilblains are often a || ^ E2»£7 source of positive tor- 1| $|g turc. The finders and hands he* || come red, inflamed, swollen, ]fe ^ cracked, nnd liUiiUn;^, particularly about '''n! ||

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

,+ ^7flfie'JS&s^rce'oyVJ!^'&?ljttv^^^ ? . CADBURY'S COCOA Jj * gives valuable support io the whole system. It contains W A everything essential to the maintenance and restoration of m mk is -.V^ antl poSf[CSSC5 l'lc dciicious, ^ ^j1. , j jratu ,-feai ? a. _ v_ &*?& imWlWfeSiij

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

$6' '^\h ? JO--V COSh^^) C 'Sy^'P* rrv f\?iM roaMf WOMEN® ? ? l?l§i who some- S&$- times require a Stimulant, nothing is purer or src\fer[ M theai ? , WOLFE'S I SCHNAPPS S it is e-.n mSM-M ef fee t ivc health £*? Preservative. ? V.j'cDONALl) -V HOLM ICS, near Preseotl's, Lt.S, will do your repairs with every des -atch at moderate prices. Give them a trial. BILIOUSNESS AIID SSOSC HEADACHE. Caused Chiefly 'by an Unliealtliy Stomach, . HOW EASILY CLEMENTS TOKIO CUKES. Women are often martyrs .to sick headache, which has its origin often in an unhealthy and uncared-for stomach. It may be classed as a Kind of stomach neuralgia, and the only euro for it Is to keep the stomach healthy, and through it the nerves, heart, and Mood. Stomach is a master all should dread; ? Upon jts perfect action the life of tho body depends. All vital organs which form working parts of the great human machine are affected 'and controlled by It ;?? therefore, it should be kept in order by tho careful se...

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Dry Farming. CONFERENCE OF WHEAT-GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

Dry Farming. CJONKEIUCNCK OK \\ H KAT-G1U)\V|0RS . 'Om eonferencu ol wheat-growers calletl by tlio jMimstei for Agriculture, in conjunction with tho l-\ii ntt-ts nnd Settlers' A^soeintion, to.d.sRtiss the subject of dry fanning in grow liig wlieilt, .was opened on Tuesdav- at tjio .King's llall, Philliii-strcet. Jlr. liobert Patten presided, and thoro was hTnirlv largo attendance of delegates. - i )n; ( li,ui Hum mi opening the ? conference , fc.utl- tiiiit thoy very much appreciated tho ? liow. doparturo on the ijart of tho Miiiister . .-Jot Agumltuio unci tho tlopartnient m call - : J'lS totjotliei n conference to .dual ivitli nmt . . / tms of- such . ..vital , linportance. v JIo linned, ..'r.licmcvei', .that, the movement would not' bo confined merely to the ono subject: lliero . « ei o ni.tiii other phases. of countrv industry that lou Id bo discussed with eijunl advnnt «BO. --Tho.. Atinislcr ? for.. Agriculture, .Sir.- Perry; ? o\pios.sed great: pleasstiru at seeing such h , l....

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INSTRUCTIVE PAPERS. SOIL AND RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

INSTRUCTIVE PAPERS SOIL AND RAINFALL. all-. G. Al'Is-oown, manager of the Wng^a lOxpenmental Farm, .read a ?pnpor on 'Farm- ing Experience : at 'Wagga j. Soil Variations and Rainfall.' Ho said, 'among other things, that- the formation of. the soil in relation to rainfall was' u ; most' important factor in .determining the extension of the wlieat growing areas of the State. Variations of sail iioceisitnted lnodifications of treatment in order to obtain the best results, and the one unvarying result that must be striven for was tho most thorough 'pulverisation of the soil. It was necessary to avoid a smooth surface, 'biit it was desirable that the soil should lie compacted below the surface. Land -fallowed in the spring, when mois ture was most ?aliniidniit, lent itself best to thorough preparation. It was desirable to leave the land in a broken state so long as seasonable showers could bo expected, and then to work first with disc cultivators or harrows, followed by scarifying implem...

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

PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS. Jlr. T. .1. Gorman, of Plentyana, Corowa, ' who read n. paper on, 'Practical Observu- I t:ons on Dry Farming,'1 said be wished to ^ deal with practical work only, lie had found j that to ensure n good crop iu dry areas the wheat-grower should be busy now preparing I the land for the crop of 1911-12. The lita joiity oi wheat areas were ploughed with the disc plough, but he held the opinion : that land could bo packed more tightly with ' a mould-board plough, and the better pack- 1 ed land held the more moisture. A striking ' instance that came under his notice was a ' ciop that had been sown on a racecourse, tho 1 track of which had been scarified every sum-' iner. The top was therefore friable, and tlio bot tom punched hard by the galloping horses. AA hen cultivated in a dry season all the wheat except that grown on the track with ered and died. That oil the track kept green and filled nicely. In dry farming, time was the essence of tho. contract, and flmiiMi...

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IMPORTANT POINTS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

IMPORTANT POINTS DISCUSSED. Jlr. Tom King, of Wyalong, opened tho discussion, and promptly pointed out that cutting and threshing as recommended by Jlr. Mclveown, wr.s rendered difficult by tho trouble in getting labor. He also stated that if the system became general straw would .be worth 2/0 a ton, in stead of the £2/10 secured by tho Wagga farm. Treating .such, the relative values of tho disc and mould-board ploughs, and the mer its of cutting and threshing, as against strip ping, wore mainly discussed. The value of moisture conservation by tillage seemed gen erally admitted. One speaker asked if any delegates had ever seen a self-sown crop affected with smut-. Ho got a surprise when three hands went up in assent, as ho liad depended upon negative experience to nrove It's argument. Mr. Sutton also said it was news to liini. Illuestojie, as a smut preventative, had a majority of supporters amongst the speakers, and appeared to hold the strongest place. On the other hand, formalin ...

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

Pastime Pars. By this time Arnst and Barry, who are to row for the championship of the world short ly, have probably been out together on the Zambesi River. They should havo arrived there some time ago now, and should be thoroughly settled down to hard work. It was published by cable from New Zea land at tho beginning of the week that Fog well, of Sydney, and ^Vheleli, of New Zea land, are about to meet again in another match. A. J. Clarko was not long on -t.nieriea.i soil after his European tour before he struck form. .Last month he was fairly flying, and in a mile bicycle handicap won tho raco from tho scratch mark in tho astonishingly fast time of lmin. -Kisec., which knocked a second ofT his previous world's record. Clarke also es tablished another world's record by winning a four miles' scratch race in 8nun. lGs^c. Clarke's wonderful .riding is attracting lingo crowds to the Salt Lake Saucer track, whet'3 racing is being held twice a week. Kbenezer ('Abe') Ilicken, at one time ...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. 9th Sunday after trinity. — July 21 tlu Taniworth. — St. John's, 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. (H.C.), 3 p.m., Children's Service; 7.30 i-.m. Attunga. — 11 a.m. Jloor Creek. — St. Luke's, 3 p.m. St. James', A.Jl., Jlondav, July 25. Tamworth. — St. John's, 7.30 a.m. (H.C.) Rev. C. Dickens.

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Parochial District of Nundle. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

Parochial District of Nundlo. Ninth Sunday after Tnuitv. — July 21. T.iower Dungowan. — 11 a.m. (H.C.). : 'Woolomin. — 2.30 p.m. JNundlo. — 7 p.m. Rev. G. E. Brown.

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Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

Parish of 'West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gorrard. SJth holiday alter j runty.— July 2-itn. JVest Tamworth. — St. Paul's 11 si. in., Jlat tins and Litany; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Gowrie. — 3 p.m., Evensong. Goonoo Gannon. — 7.30 p.m.. Evensong. JVestbrook. — (Mrs. Jlarlcwell's), 2.30 p.m., Sunday School ; 3.15 p.m., Evensong. Currabuimla.— 10 a.m.,.. Children's Service; 11 a. in ., Jlattins and Holy Communion. Piallaway. — 3.30 p.m., Evensong.

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

PERSONAL. It is understood the Rev. A. \V. Johnson will take up his duties in the East Tainwortli parish on September 1. On Wednesday, Mr. W. H. Leak, of Tam worth, received the intelligence of the death of his father in Adelaide. The deceased gentleman was 70 years of age. At the invitation of a number of residents ot (Jaspard, .Mr. Levien, M.UA., visited that place yesterday. Air. l,evieu was suitably entertained, and assured of siipnort at tlio coining election, Mr. J Mortimer, who at one time was one of tlie draughtsmen in tho local survey (-r- 1100. is back again— this time relieving.' Mr. Mortimer will remain until a successor to Mr. li. Ii. Mauiiery arrives. Mr. John Benedict Harper died at his residence at North Tamworth to-day, at the age of 80 years. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. A ser-   vice will first be conducted at St. Nicholas' R.C. Church. Mr. W. I In l»a lid-Sin itli is a victim to the iiln.g epidemic of diphtheria and h...

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DEATH FROM BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 22 July 1910

DEATH FROM BURNS.     Mrs. Burton, wife of Mr. James W. Burton,       residing near Niangala, was yesterday en-     gaged in baking operations, when her dress   caught fire. Mr. Burton, who was about 100 yards away, ran to her assistance, and   extinguished the flames. She was, how- ever, seriously burned, and was placed in a conveyance for Tamworth. The patient's in-       juries proved fatal on the road for she died at Dungowan. Her age was 79. The   funeral took place at Dungowan to-day.  

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOMEBUSH SALES. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOJIEBUSH SALES. (By wiro.) SVDNEV. Tuesday. Sheep, 17.137 penned. Values wero slight ly unproved. Wethers 10./ to 22 A owes 8/4 to 17/0. Cattle, 1329 yarded, tlie market improved. Best beef, 21/, bullocks 1*3 io .Cll/10r cows, ,1:3/10/ to 1-8/10/.

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SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

SUSSKX-STB EKT SALKS. Pric»s rcalne-l for all e.-mmodi'.t »y wiVn the exception of potatoes at the 'motion s-ai.;.- were practically unchanged. Choice qu*i:i'V c! aff 1/9, prinv» 3/9 to 1/3, good -'J 3 ??- H7 nu;lium 2/8, .inurior 2/1. Choice quahiv lue^'no hay 3/9 to I/, prime 3/0 to 3/8, good 3/ to 3/3, inferior 2/ to 2/3. Medium truss hay 2/1, inferior, large, 2/, prime rack oat en bay 4/9. Prime lucerne chaff 3/9, lucerne (du.'t) 3/ to 3/2, lucerne threshings 2/3, me dium wjieateu bundle straw 2/0, good* chick wheat 3'(), wheat 3/11 to- 4/; barlev 3/ to 3/2. ' * Northern Sales. — Lucerne bay, P. Sage, Moonhi 2/1 ^ lucerne eltalF, G. lj. Wiseman, Ajtunga, 87 bags, lucerne threshings 2/3; 17 bags dust 3/; ex-Tnnnvorth, 3/9, 21 bajis duat 3/2 cwt.

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