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RANDOM NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

RAND0R1 NOTES (Hy 'Humorist .'M One alderman MJ^resls thai in a remote period, 2-- years ahead, the municipality mav be able to budd a town hall. It is pleasing to learn that the Cmc Dad does not conw nnt himselt to anvthin-/ rash. Twentv-five years, and Tcmwcrth new the boss cit'- «»f the North! Tlicre is something so doii'dit ftillv indefinite ahonl ''-.*» 1 .... is inclined to wrap, oneself in a pair of warm blankets and settle down for a lew', low sleep. Why not a modernised |J-p Van W iuklt^ to siiooz(» I tn* 2o years. Summon the 'witch and the srinniferous scliuapp.';. Lights low, deathlv stillness, and sretdVal forms! Ip.h! — ah! Nasal accompaniment. ?Sleep. . .. . . . .^Twenty-five years my window, and wnlch t'.he glorious miu beating down on muddy Peel-street. ? the sparrows building nests in the ornamental trees, and the hc.Mitilul iM'oou grass growing on the footpaths — 1 dwell noon the wonderful changes that have taken place since Til MX. My hair, mavbc, is not so black ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not nec[?] cudorse the opinions of our correspondents.) THE REV. JAMES COLWELL, AND THE "OBERVER." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

CORRESPONDENCE, [We do not neciin^uily endorse tliu opinions of our corrr.xiMmilrijta.J Til 10 RKY. JAM10K COiAYKU, AND TI11C 'OI1ICUY Kit.' (To the Kditor.) Sir, — Those members of mv congregation \\ho listened to my remarks oil Sunday 'even- ing last will find sonic diflicultv in recognis ing the report appearing in vonr last issue. I find it difficult, to recognise the words my self. In tho portion of mv address which Villi IlllVO «.-.»!! fit l-HKnll'l ? i„ ? I l.. make dear these two facts:- — 1. The Mayor's refusal to allow .Mrs. Har rison Lee-Cowie to speak in Peel-street was due to his want of sympathy with the cause for which she stood. 2. And your refusal to publish my letter is explained by your desire not to admit* into your columns anything that would hurt the ti nder susceptibilities of those who thrive on the drink traffic. The explanation given iu your footnote does not help lyattors. An anonymous writer extolled His.hop Stretch for his attack on temperance reform, th...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

For Chronic Chest Compmints, Woods' Giout Peppermint Cure, llur j

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

A WISH FUf/KiU.Kl). From *Mr. Stephen .Tarn-M -*!iapinan, f»lG I.iunr»dale-stroei, ?*h ISMUirno, Victoria. * ^ 'About live yeaiv. n?o whilst living In Auckland, I rheumatic* fever v^ry M?rh»ir?iy and I- l«;f i nn. with my kidneys in a wry bad c«e,vlU;on. Kver since Uien. 1 ;:ul'f'*rod dre:t:Uu)!y from pain h, v\y Im*:!-:. rr ]. hent clown, Mralfihif-ninc; eairso'd nie tho greatest J could .only . sleep for au hour or -two every nh'ht. No sooner did I tnar.ac,*-- tn lal! tliati 1 was awakened ]jv tho agTmisim? pain. .My occupation, briny thnr'nC-'. an electric, tram driver, whs i.ot of u nature to promote my recovery a'» I; was constantly exposed to dnnight.^. My doe tor said ] had Hright'a discaso'. and ad'*:::-Mi me 10 take a sea trip.' I came to Melbourne and obtained em ploymer.t Willi a w»:!i-l:nown owi^r of raoehorres. Jb; was interested iu my case as ho hurt b'm.-elf suffered in a similar manner. «& He told mo that ho had been eured by takinjr Warner's Safe Cure. I had...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

MUSICAL NOTES. (Hy 'Pitchfork.') As wo are now in the very heart -:f the. season when Terpisehore holds sway, some remarks on present-day dance niu&ic liriy nol lie inopportune. ' Of course. I am aware that to many of the devotees of- the giddy pastime ( I don't dauce mvueil'), the music, at least, the time of it, is not a rreiit con sideration. Ono frequently hears some ;^\ish inj; damsel thus, 'Oh, I do so love soaiid 'o s I'layuis, he (or she) keeps sucli beautiful time.' Granted that {joud tiiiio and 'tempo' — for thoy are not quite tlio same thing— are' es sential to tho qrat:fieation of tho dancers, there is surely no reason why the standard of the music should not be above what it is. How rarely we hear one of tin; at times dreansv, atjain inspiriting, waltzes of Strauss, Gungl, or Wnldteufel. - ? 'Hie' Tamwortli Musical Society intend to hold a concert at the end of next month. I'ur a town of tho size of Tamworth, I cannot say that I think we are ov/'idone with publi...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"UBIQUE," The Scientific Bushranger. CHAPTER 1. THE STOLEN PEARLS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

'UBIQUE,' The Scientific Bushranger. v.-:: iiv CLARENCE W. MARTI N. Author of 'Tho Bysli Emblem,' 'Hie Lust Of Hate, '-etc. . CHAPTER.' I. '-'.I THE STOLEN PEARLS. - : jXRVING. S1EELE- sat in- his office, in Pitt ..- - V..street,:Sy dnev,_ one bright October -morning, vhis:,brow-s drawn together in a. look - of. supi'emo. disgust- and aiionvance. .- ?-: 'This fellow i-.Ubique,'.' ho remarked, 'is , . . . gotting om mv - nerves;.. lio seems positively i .uncaniiy.: - One can nover toll :irlien ho is « about to break out in a fresh place.' i ?: ..His- employer, - Geoffry Thurston, who was i „one oi Australia s richest moil, gnvo vent to a snort of disgust. - - . . thought you had:kept sight of him, .- 1 ? '? ?????...? 'lie ? snoored, 'since his roleaso from Dnrhiig , hiustj , I'vo: kept you -liberally, supplied with moiicn, too,' lie added, v v: 'True -.enough, ? :wy . dear . sir,' retorted Steele, 'but money will always get beaten In biains -ot tlint I confess to .i lack of : \L : i ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

i^eps Keach Both Throat ! and Lungs. ?'ALWAYS KEEP A RON IN TIIE HOME. l\i our climate, with its sudden changes ol . lomporulure nt nightfall, it is impossible to . leel sonuio. from illness, especially if vou havo n weak chest. Tlint tender feeling and sore ness. at tho back of .tlio mouth, that stiffness over the chest, that racking cough of bronchi tis; and that pain in- the region oi the lungs — nil' tlioso arc .clangor signals that it is tinio tn talco Peps if grave luini and chest diseaso is to bo averted. - . Pops entirely ;. supersede the ordinary methods of , swallowing drug-laden mixtures into 'tlio stomach to treat throat and chest ..complaints. Tlioso evils can only bo remov ed by a, remedy Mint is 'breathed, as Pops fire, and not swallowed, because Mature pro vides that only air shall pass through the res piratory tract to -tlio lungs, whereas liquid i modiemo lias to pass into tho stomach. i ? Divest a Pops 'tablet of its preserving sil- I -vov wrapper and- placo it m ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

THE ONLY TO CUBE. ' To cure a Cold When you have no Cough ; . To cure a Cough 'When you have no Cold; To euro Yourself When you have both ; Take Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery For Coughs and Colds. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy. * is a reliable old English Home remedy for — COUGHS/ COLDS, Asthma, BronchiMs'8L ThroaF Troubles. I VGirls and Boys I 9 grow up full of health and strength I B when their Httlo ailments, which H H are always arising, are promptly H H checked. Constipation is one of the H IB commonest of children's maladies, H Nfl and the cause of more complaints H IS when neglected than anything else, H H If you have a child that is con* SI ''cStipated at nny time give a doso cf B California Syrup of Figs and the H| costiveness will be quickly over R come. California Syrup of Figs is gentle in action, and its sweet taste w of Figs is just what the children }S like. Try it yourself. Ask for 1 Immiis E&w Nature's Pleasant Laxative, and look for tlio Tra...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

SU.SSIOX-.STIt KKT SAI.KS. n nil f^e siiiiph- was suluintted to-dav, and eonipetition lor ehnfr and notatoes wiis ani inafed, and increased values were rc-ih'zed Potatoes advanced to 7./(i, and chaff .'!/ 1 ton. I.ic-eme hav -showed a weakness of Ulb. Ian-erne chair, oaten hay (i/8 per ton: oafs U'ert,. unsaleable, other lines maintained* ill. I,'.'rt's- 1 h'''1' 'funhtv chair -l/ti to -I /ft, [.'rune :)/.') f.o l/;l, |..u,d t„ ;m, nie diuni L'/f) to ;»/:!. inferior Sjr- t„ p,-imu liK-.v-ne chaff 1/1 ; medium luccr.nu inv, small hales :!/, inferi,.,- L'/l ; inferior, lar-'e bales I /:- ; prime oaten rack hav -lA'i: iznod oaten derrick straw 2/(5 and 2/8;' inferior (-.'nv-l.-Jwhcrvt L'/C. AVbeat, . to .'-/li : harlev ?/(- to 'M. s iVOirnfKKX SAM-IS. Lucerne hay, F, Weik, Nemingha, T7 bales of green il/8, TT bales brown, nassod \ 2(7 W. Hetts, Moonbi. 1/9.

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THE HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

THE HOSPITAL , V]',1,''' t'llk ill town ,ip.; f 'i, t!ll^Il,,s-,Mti,h'il!i to tiie . HH..1 of affeiatioiis an-l minroveiiieiits should be :;one ru witfi or whether 1111 entirely new hospital .should be built, It is held bv the advocates of the hitter that no amount of alteration w;ll ni.-ike the building suitable for a lar;;e town like Taniwovfli l.nt, tl,iu ? of things i s disuuted in official cir--Ies. As we have previously pointed out, the plan of pror.osed additions and alterations shows that .eighteen additional beds will be pro vided for male:;, and that there will be an enlargement, of the female ward hy pullin;; down the private ward adjoining, portion of the corridor, drills; room, and dining room thus 11111'; in j; the whole into one lar.';e fcnialo ward, extending, the full widtii of the build ing. 'I he inijM-ovenieiit in this respect will be tliat the beds will be easier to attend to. I here wdl also ho two additional bedrooms constructed in the stall quarters: also lav...

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GOODWOOD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

GOODWOOD CUP. Result of Goodwood Clip: — Magic, R;ty ardo, Hud. Hotting, 20 to I on Magic,

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOMEBUSH SALES. By wire.) SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOJUiltUSIl SAI.iiS. (By wire.) SYDNEY. Fridiiv. I here were 10,(101 sheen iienned. Values wero sixpence lower. Wethers brought Iroii'i , m''s f!''ln ^ hl iambs to ' V , SM 0 f' ,,io miml,er -rf 1.'!')!) were yarded. I be market was firm, and best beef sold nt 21./, bullocks from CI to .CIO j-V, ,.mvs from C2/10/ to £8/ir-/.

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TRAMWAY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

TRAMWAY STRUvK. ? I he li-amway strike at ^ olombus, Ohio, continues. Troops were called out, and fa tal clashes with tho strikers occurred, Tho mob tore up the tracks and burned luitiu

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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GREAT HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

GRKAT UK AT WAYK. I lie Heat in Chicago is terrible. Four people have died, and hundreds .have become' prosl rated. Pravers are being field in the churches for cooler weather.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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CRIPPEN NOT ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

C1UPPFN. NOT ARRIYKP. i\o nyw.s has neon received at Uueneo con cerning Crinpon. Pictures of Crippen have been posted in conspicuous places with an offer of a reward of .f'WIO for his anprohon sion. Tt is believed in lOngland that Scotland Yard is not sure tho ecuplo on tho steamer Montrose are CVippeu and hir* tvui.st.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATEST ABOUT CRIPPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

TIT 10 T/ATKST A ROUT CRIPPKN. , A wireless bulletin trom Labrador says Crippen is on board the Montrose, which is to arrive at R'monski on Saturday. Lie will bo arrested there hy the provincial chief constable and sent back to London in chargo of Inspector Dow. The police believe Crip pen »s unaware thai, his identity is known, and havo asked that he he kept under close watch until he is handed over as the author ities fe»r he may commit suicide. Tt is un derstood there is no judication that ho knows ho has hecn rccognisod.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TAMWORTH COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

TAMWORTH COURSING CLUB. The third meeting of the Tamworth Cours ing Club was hold on Wednesday, 27th inst., on the Ple.mpton and proved one of the most successful meetings ever held by the club. Tho hares wore very strong and out of /iviii* .in rwiii v»:ikf. rmlv I'mn* wnl'n killed. The decisions ol the judge, Mr. Scully, met with unanimous approval and the .secre tary, Mr. lleber, and his committee are to be congratulated on a most successful meet ing. Full results follow: — All Age Stakes, for 1(5 greyhounds at £1/1*. Winner C10./1O, runner-up C2./2, Fine Feathers heat llathrang. Sir George beat Shadow Land. Gitana beat Fallnroof. Seddon beat Loaf Sugar. . . Millionaire beat Hazelproof. Wonderscupe beat Rap. Happy Kit, a bye. First Tie.s. Fine Feathers beat Sir George. Gitana beat Seddon. Millionaire beat Happy Kit. Wondeiicope, a bye. ' Second Ties. Gitana beat Fine Feathers. Wonderseope beat Millionaire. Deciding Cour.se. C. R. Woodhouse's ((Juirindi) b and w d Wonderseope, Hrad...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

CADBURY'S COCOA I* rive's valuahJe support to the whole syatem. It contnlnn & A everything essential to the maintenance nnd rcr,torntton of m it vi\ality» is ca;.ily digested, txnil vor.r.cjjscs the delicious. i j Ja a A ^ Kcnui'c cocoa lluvour. (n ...fc.ga ? ; r-. _. S UPP o R'fS „. - - - M 1^. L I ON S .. .. ? : Afl« cannot wUh^r nor custom s^a'e the piquant appetizingness ,fUKiJ//^^pL JtMrniwEm* of & Perrins' Worcestershire 1 ^auce- Wherever good diners wrWXmlf ' flBuSI gatherthewhole world over, there W WM/fl Wi' be^ ^ound~ to-day as ever, f WUf ' F l~J'' proached. ^ Your Grocer of course ct&CL O^eh^vnd ^ THE NEW CLIP. IN SELECTING YOUR AGENTS THIS YEAH, DON'T EORGET THAT Wiichcoinbe, darsoti & Co., Ltd., is the Loatliiii; Firm — tlio best and tlio most successful. If you lmvo boon dealing olsowhoro, and have not been altogether satisfied — try AVINCHCOMttK, CA11SON tt CO., LTD., and note bow the. results compare. Address Letters or Telegrams: 'WI...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Stop It Now. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

Stop It Now. It you have a pain in your back, if yon have n liiniu back', or an 'ncliinn bnek, stop it no''; for, remember that backache in in t. ' en live of kidney disorder; it is :- spy 1 1 -' there hv nature. to warn you tnnt your kid need belli. Don't nerlect the wnrr.jiiv,. strip it now, for it 'may he ton late n yon lint it off. Von ask how to stoo n,.' \\ell let this 'oil known woman toil yon. James Ingram, Gate House, Diirliii^-slree.l, Tamworth, says: — 'I recommend Dean ? iVookaoho Kidney. l'ills t;. all who suffer with backoehe, lor they have --u- oil mo «.r tlMA niluieut. I wan very Inul, the pains across the Mio.ll of my liac ; were so ii.rero thai I was often (put;' pro:-trated. I could, lot , ? ? about owi.,; which mnvini', -*suiso*1. Donn k Ba-U(!ic Kicliinv Pill- u'ove me .-.linost immediate i i:0f, and in the olid cured me ol my toitm . One of my daughters also used tlu-i ''''j'1? with advantage, and a neighbour o nu u. who suffered with a had back Mas ennui rnrv ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

Often result in a heavy cold, °V\)Os!- nvians Pneumonia or Consumption.

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