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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LIFE's TjITTLR things. If we were able to live just right nil tho time there would be little need for modi cine. less need for doctors. t!ut some little thing is constantly coming: along to put us out of balance—exposure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular meais are little things that will at times upset, the best of us. Nothing particular tho matter, but don't, feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us right right, away. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENT. TIVOLI ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

AMUSEMENT. TIVOU ENTERTAINERS. J lie al>ovi» company ot nmetv entertainers is advertised to appear in the Central Hall to-night and Monday evening. The combina tion includes Watts and Lucas, the English sketch experts, dancers, ami contortionists; Mvsio, magician, coin and card manipula tor: twin sisters Lucas, serins and dancers; Kelbo, juggler; Miss (-issio Moore, soprano; Joe Watts, eccentric comedian and clog dan cer; Miss Lena Darlev, sonhrette and dan sense. Til? prices of admission aiv !ty» 2/, and 1/, and the box plan is at Green's Bqok Arcade.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A PERFEGT GEM" [?] IN MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

"A PERFEGT GEflf!" M MUSIC Referring to Sir E. KlgarV, nc». w Roncevlo. which sent the audience "wild with pi Hie and delight," on its first uppearam >n Lon don, tbp 'Dailv Mail" says:— Aitho up y'n< ten for a comparatively small orchet «ra <'«0 (lutos, two oboes, two clarionet, til venbas soons, four liorns, two trumpets, tlm trom bones, tuba, three tympani, and tin ' usnnl strings), much of the music is purel. * s5'm" phonic. Sir Fdward F.lgar liar, not contenton »un self witii the writing of a hare accomj inm" inent to a scries of bravura pa;;sagos the solo instrument; as a matter of f: the orchestra plays practically us inn1 or" tant a part, throughout the three movemev 'Jn as the soloist. Like all groat works of ai there is nothing that one fccVs to l:e sntioy • dinate—the whole concerto is a perfect geni,. flawless in each facet. From beginning to end one is conscious of the wonderful How ' of lovely sound—a piece of melody tapestry I I across the warp...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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BAPTIST CHURCH. Sund[?] January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

i BAPTIST rvFmnnPT ? ~ . January 1J 1 '.nvmworut.—Pastor/'H. L. • Pritchard. Gidloy.—3 " Pastor H. L. Pritchard. TamwortK.-' -.7.30 p.m., Pastor H. L. Prit I chfQ^ i Philip-Pila.; Mr. F. Coles.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

METHODIST CHURCH. ' Sundav. January i; I Tarn worth.—Watch Night ,Service, Saturday I nigM). Sunday, llj Mir. R, Hurley .Tones; 7.30, Rev. Jaines, Colwell (Sag.. I romunfc.) . , ' I Wost Tamworth.—11, Mr..- "W. H. pJTyor: | 7.30, Mr. ft! Harley Jones. ^ Attmipa.—11, Ttev. J. O'olwell. y _ Hallsville.—-3. Rev. .T. .•tJolwell.' Wintoiu—3, Mr. R. Hurley Jao»js. Gidley»<—11, Mr. W. Keoly, Oxlof.—11, Mr. A. R, MeJjGod, I Gom-fie.—3, Mr. F. Dnv/0I1|

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, January 1. I Nundle.—11 a.m. (H.C.). Bowling Alley Point.—3 p.m., (H.C.)' I Nundle.—7.30 p.m. Rev. N. M, Lloyd.'

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Pariah of West Tamworth. Sunday, January 1.—The Circumcision of our Lord. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Pariah of 'West Tamworth. Sunday, January 1.—The Circumcision of our Lord. West Tamworth.—St. Paul's S a.m., Holy Communion, The Vicar; 11 a.m., Mat ins and Holy Communion, tiio Vicar; 7.30 p.m., Evensong, the Vicar. Duri.—3 p.m., Kvensong. the Vicar. Goouoo Goonoo Road.—a p.m., Evensong, Mr. Webb. Goonoo Goonoo.—7.30 p.m., Evensong, Mr. Webb. Westbroolc.—2.30 p.m., Sunday School; Evensong, 3.15 p.m., Mr. Wni. Powell. Cth Day.—The Epiphany. West Tamworth.—St. Paul's 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Address.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. "" I Sundav. January 1. TaniwortJi.—11 a.m., Ordination of Elders. "The .'willing bearers of the Ark of God." Tamworth.—7.30 p.m., "Something to go <>n witli for the New Year."' . Dnngownn.—3 p.m. i Nemingha.—3 p.m., 8th January. •

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

OAteOLIC CHURCH. Tamwortli.—St. Nioholns'; Church, Mass every Sunday at 7.30 and 10 a.m.,; on week days at 7 . a.m. Sunday ' School •from, 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. . Itosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Rvoning devotions every Friday at 7.30. Baptism and Churchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday. January 1. , Dunqowan.—Mass at 10 a.m. r Howling Alley Point.—Mass at 8 a.ro. Nundle.—Mass at 10 a.m. 1 Very Rev. Dean O'Neill, V.F. Rev. W. A. Mtillins. Rev. T. A. O'BrieD.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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INFLUENZA FROM A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

INFLUENZA FROM A HORSE. A case of influenza of a very unusual type, with strong presumptive evide&eo of direct infection froiri a horse, has recently been treated at St. Bartholomew's Hospital (England). The patient, who was n groom, aged thirty-five, was admitted to one of the KUriri cal wards for a painful swelling of his right left The disease was; not immediately dia# nosed, hut blood poisoning Was, suspected from the rise of the temperature and pulse rate. A few days after admission indica tions of pneumonia were noted, and a day or two later the left leg began to swell and became painful. As the nature of the ailment was not jet diagnosed -a quantity of blood was drawn from one of the patient's veins to deter mine if any disease germs were present in the circulation. A pure culture of the trua influenza bacillus was obtained. It was found that a fortnight before hi> had been tnkcMi ill n liorse. under his cure had suffered from au acute catarrh, with running at. the...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED GUNPOWDER PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

ALLEGED GUNPOWDER PLOT. A remarkable account. of an alleged nil IT powder plot against n rate collector was given before the Hinckley (Eng.) mORia trates, when John Bates. collier, of Ban worth. was committed for trial on a charge of endangering life by causing an explosion on November ii. Evidence was given that in the spring Mr. C. W. Hunt, the rate collector of Das. wortn, obtained a commitment order against Bates for non-payment of poor rate. Bates then remarked that, he would make Hunt, that lip could neither walk, run, nor speak if he had to "do time for it. - On Friday, November 4, he obtained about a quarter of a pound of gunpowder and about 2ft. of fuse from the colliery where he worked. Late at night on November 5 Bates, it was alleged, placed n ginger-beer bottle on the wall near Hunt's living-room window and applied a match to a fuse connected to the bottle. There was a terrific explosion. The lower portion of t-lie window was shat tered and the brickwork around'was much...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CYCLING AT QDIRINDI. A TAWORTH WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CYCLING AT QDIR1NDI. i A TAWORTH "WIN. i | Cycling, n4> which there were Tamwnrth I competitors, took place at Qmriftdi on 31nn dny. The following aro the results of the princip.il events:— _ _ , Half Rlilo Opening Handicap. First prize £'■!, second £1* . ■T. P. Moore, Quirindi, 70yds. .. .. .. .. 1 J. Huchcs, Cuss nock, 30yds'.. <_• •• •• 2 Quirindi Wheel Rare. First prize £'8/10, second € 1, tliird 10J. H. Kerxhoir, Tamworth, 120yds ...... 1 M. MeMahon. Quirindi, 110yds 2 J. Hughes, Cossnopk. IjOyds 3 We learn that. Kershaiv rode far from his usual form in the half-mile, bllt rodo _ a splendid race in tho linal of the mile, sprint* inn from the back of tho bunch, and win , ning, by several lengths.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

I A genuine positive cttro for Bloodlessness bas been discovered in NKMIA TONIC.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

-MR WILLIAM CAKTHKW. C&iof .Gnginicr in the ''Kveninp: Xcnvs" Office. Xvdnov. who installed tlw new ami , "P-to-'huj machinery in ihu "Observer" Olllce. Mr. Carthew served his apprentice tfcdp ' ^ ill" engineering at Orange, ami was also for three years :> student- of t-lio Technical College, Sydney. Ho has been 111 constant employment.' in the "ICvenin^ News" office for i?-i veals, and lias been throuidi every branch of the- mechanical portion of the trade; viz., on^ineorini;. printing, 11m! slcren typiiiK. AVhon the late Mr. Christopher lien iietlt died, 1"> years ago, Mr. Cartliew was appointed to his present' position, and has retained U10 confidence ol his employers ever since. AY!u\t Mr. Cartliew does not- Unov; about, printing machinery is not worth know ing. Throughout tlio i'ity ho is recognised as | i.! 10 most highly quaiilied expert <m jM-iniinjr j machinery. By dint of perseverance and hi | own personal energy. Mr. Ciirlliew lias vise:' to his p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

in ™IbH sAaoi ilSiaHeiF if,:: V AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, PROPERTY*" AND 'HORSE SALESMEN, r>> f; ]' ^r^aaci.^pirotar'tcla.. ; ■MANAGER: Hy. L. Covjais. ASSISTANT MANAGERS: F P. Cousens, H. L. R. Cousens. AUCTIONEER: A. L. Inglis. SECRETARY: C. ,T. Kickliam Stock and Properties of a descriptions folate in all parts of New Soutli Wales and Queensland. Write us for Lists and Property Catalogue. Expert Land Salesmen ; sworn Valuatd undei* Real Property Act. : . Auction Sales of Eat lid Store Stock k Municipal Sales Yards every Thursday. Clearing-out Sales conducted in any part of the District. [ESTATES CUT UP AND SUBDIVIDED FOR CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Horse Sales a specialif; we hold fivejjsales every year, and during the year ended 31st December, 1910, we sold 3128 head, prices realised being highly satisfactory to owners. | : Agents for CommerS! Uhioii Assurance Company, Limited* the leading office in Australia, fair, square and prompt settlements. . •" A^'eKts lor Robertswai Famous HigMaa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Whole Body Covered and Head So Bad She Could Not Comb Hair Sight Affected—Neighbor Beg ged Her to Use Cuticura — It Cooled the Itching Flesh and BROUGHT REST, SLEEP AND A PERFECT CURE " Words cannot express tho awful sliln disease I suffered with. My whole body was covered with it. My head broko out so that I could not comb my hair. For a month or more I suffered with a terrible $oro throat. When I should Ho down at night my oyes would stick to gether and I would liavo to batho them bcforo opening them each morning. I scarcely could sec for my eyes had failed mo fromthe effect of the skin disease. I tried three doctors, but they cave me no relief and then I tried all kinds of things that 1 thought would do mo eood but I could find nothing. I was a perfect prisoner with tho awful humor. "Ono of my neighbors bogged mc ia try the Cuticura Remedies,, and I made up my mind to try them but not think ing that X would ever bo cured. I would false a hot bath witli Cuticura Soap and then appl...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CRICKET. THE SOUTH AFRICANS AND THEIR PROSPECTS. (By "Cover Point.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CRICKET. THE SOUTH AFRICANS AND THEIR PROSPECTS. (By "Cover Point.") By performances of the South Africans since their arrival in Australia, it must bo admitted, with all duo credit to their keen ness, that tlicy hardly come up to tho stand ard of Australian cricket. .Probably this is due to tlie fact that they are not used to the turf wickets, although in 1902 tho Australians defeated tho Spring boks oasily enough on their own wickets. The South Africans have no doubt improved sinco then. Tho Australians, however, aro as much at homo on matting wickets as the South Africans, for the reason tliore are very- few Australians who have not played a good deal of thoir earlier cricket on mat ting. Tho batting of the South Africans, as compared with that ol the Australian team, is rather. inferior. . G. A. Faulkner, the best, all-round player of the visiting team, and the most .consist ent batsman to date, is an extremely grace ful player. D. Nourse, tho considered next best bat, is brilli...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A KNIGHT OF THE ROAD. INTERESTING EVENTS IN THE TIME OF THUNDERBOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

A KNIGHT OF THE ROAD. INTERESTING EVENTS IN THE TIME OF THUNDERBOLT. (Specially written for the "Daily .Observer.") ,lt is sold that tlie best way to judge of ft nion's trend of character is, not to. read what ho writes, l)nt rather to read, what his friends write to him; because, knowing Mm as they do. they supply him with that kind of material which, in their estimation, will he most acceptable to his mind. If this be true, then that great constituent of the lo cal press, the Tamworth public, likes its palate tickled occasionally with tasty dish es of criminal lore. And so wo find the editorial cooks, ever on the alert to noto the public taste, serving up' from time to time, literary "Entrees a la Bushranger." for their purpose exploiting quite a wide field, ranging from the bloodthirsty Morgan and many others who were either shot or carefully hanged, down to that popular "tit bit" -Frederick Ward, better known as "Thunderbolt. Dropping metaphor, I pro pose contributing to the fir...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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[?] ACCIDENTS. ZAM-BUK THE EVER-READY HEALER. ALWAYS KEEP A POT HANDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Ti'iLi^HOLD ACCIDENTS. X.Ut-lsliK TUK RVRU-iriSADY' HEALKR. AMVAYS KEKP A POT HANDY. "As n general nil-round Household healer I havo proved Zani-ilul; to bo invaluable,!' says Mrs, 'J'. Gilbert., of Young-streot, Uiiley, Adolnidn. "It is verv soothing, and especi ally xood for nuns, scalds, and all kinds of ulcoratavi wounds; while for cuts and ordin ary abnisions, it quickly restores the skin to its ordinary n«id natural state. My littlo prl, Daphne, was very badly burned on tho loft s.rm, which started to infl.amo and prc »ontod uti ■angry appoarance. Wo liad to got mixlic.'J attention, but tliis did not do much Rood ns thj wound continued in a bad state, H was extremely painful, and we feared i might load to a moro complicated state. ' 1 " Wo decided to uso Zsvm-lluU, and applied it to the bum. 'J'liis was very cooling, and .•illayed tho inflammation immediately. After uainp Ztiu.-liuU for about n woek the wound }«li compintolv lieai'ed, and all trace of tho iiljnrv removed. "*My...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

PERFECT HEALTH . • Can tie had onlv in connection- with perfect digestion.1 When the food is properly digest ed, tho': blood carries the nutriment to all parts 'of the body, and the process of as similation and' repair, is kept up uniformly, resulting1 in healthy organs and members. Dr. ' Sheldon's Digestive Tabules guaraatee perfect digestion, no mutter wh*t the con* dition of the'stomach is. The reason isplain. Tliey themselve* digest the food and permit the stoinach torest and get well. Dr. Sbei don's Digestive Tabnles.are sold at 2/6. Ob tainable at all; stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* m. 4 COACH, CARRIAGE, AND BUGGS • ' • FACTOR*. ' ' . SUCCESS in this lineis always our com panion. . We have at all'.times given satisfaction, and the reason is not far to seek. It is because we have always' used -the BEST of MATERIAL and commanded the services of ONLY SKILLED WORKMEN. , Vehicles of all designs mexle to order, re paired, painted, and turned out iri : first-class sty^o., All our w...

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