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

. -GRODNO WINES ; Awarded SBVI5KAI/ 2r*3S]T^13-© Royal Agricultural Shows, Sydney ! GlcntrUlHl Wllisky,

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

KAltMlittS* PKODIX'IO SAhliS, SYJ)NI0V, Thursday. A email supply ol mixed produce, amount ing to '27 consi;jninehts, ' was [iii'omitted iit auction to-day before a moderate attendanci: ! of buyers. Competition was spirited, r.tul all commodities niaintained late values, ^rinie -lii-.il i !y wheaten chalf sold at' l/1; choice lucerne cuts at. 1/8; prime at -I/; medium at '.\l'2 to Prime lucerne hay. in (lump bales brougiit I/; good 3.'(i; medium large '2i'i to 2/S; medium small from 2/i) to 3/. low maize went uiider the luuiiiuer at i!/7-i and li.y. Prime redskin potatoes were puv cliasod a|. .I'rtjni (1/(1 to. (1/8: gixid at o/I0 tn (i/; | rime whiteskins at . Aleiliuni Swedu turnips ('omma'ndeil 1 /il and '2J per cwt. - Current (pinta tains were: — Alaize. — Xoi'thi'i'ii ' river, nriinu drv yellow 2/8, good a/7: white, L'/(i to 2/7 per 'bushel, liarley. — Victorian: Cane, 2/(1 'to 3/ per bushel ? ? . ' Pe ls. ---Tasmanian -. Illiie. 0/(i to 0/il ; greys nominal per - bushel. - ' . ...

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

[?] \\ liiciicomhe, Careaii;' bikI; Oa:, Ltd., re p nt x \Y lien t.— ?' Tins ninncet .n ; very Mi nil at prices inling It tt e litter e- I of li t week, liz,: up to t/ Ft. t p brat imllinnr iP1t Ch ck 11 heat is Mjc bit'o del md, nnd i soil ing nt fi- m 'f'7 t: 3 0 nci lu'hel Oiits.-TT;! . 1; : pit i.ianro :;:i ? the market fin the, 'cst ritt- sl 'ni-j to 2/7, ina Algerians to., y.*:. . . . ? : ? ;Maiz«,— Jhji contmi:03 ill fa-.v- demand at 2/8 ?; for . the best yellow, white to 2/7, and weenlv from 2/1 oer bushel Chnff.— 'I lie market for tins is a ?l ltlt . mmer, pi nue esocciaiiy selling weil at up to 4y9 pur cwt., oaton to 4/, and nied'uin from 3/ '-or cwt. Luceiiu-. — I. here i.-; no improvement in this market, best green in smnll bales selling -to JVC,- .other .dcscrmttons from 2/3 ncr cwt Potatoes.— Owing to the lar.'e truckings ,-i .local, potatoes, prices for these are rulin-' somewhat in biivcr.s favor, best redskini Eo.lin^ to iblitj choice to 7/2 and whiteskiiii ? ti'om ...

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

' INV 10!'. KM i. A If r--:l l''ii ri :i nd, auctioneer,' Iiivercil, ie |:. rt,s having vild on account of the J'.xeeu l.or in the estate of the late lOdward .Me C.;nrt!iy to Air. IVitsch, ol Niillainauna, HI.'O acres of (.'..I', and C.i,. land, situated on-. I'indaii. On account of Mr. J. T. Oale, 12-. acrc-i of freehold land, Auburn Vale to Air. r. I'j. htirton. Un account, of same owner his modern residence, together with fw acres ;:f nr.st valuable land adjainiu^- the town, aho. to Mr. I'. 10. Stiitmi; and sold in con junction with .Mr. C. Murray, on aieomi: All*. Jjis. Kanaley, bl-ick 7 of Stirling suli division, 200 acres to Air. (Jobbert r.f Gun l''lat. ife has also transacted voiy satiafnr factory business oi a large number of clients, fat and store cattle and sheen, a consider* able number having changed hands incliidint a ..very fine draft of 1 l(! iat bollocks on ac count Air. X. C. llucki'el!, -n' .Mice Downs! near Alnreo. The demand for a'l c!.i..::m of stock :: j excep...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FOltTNIGUTlA' M Ml '/II NO . At tho usual fortnight, U- meeting of '.he. Municipal Council, held on Tuesday ni.uiit lust, tho following were present Aid Mnthesnn (Mayor), Aust:n, Schwartz, Green. ITowlctt, Ada ms, Piper, White. Britten, and Blitz. Apologies were reeeived for the ? b seiice of Aid. Nankervis and Ison. CORBESPOXOKXCIC. From AI. 0. Tweedie, .secretary of Gunn ?- dali P.A. and II. Association, nskin;; that tho Council make application to have Amnist 2-1 th (second day of the showl, proclaimed public holiday in Tamworth.- Special trai i- will he run from Tamworth, N'arrabr, and Quirindi as in former years. — It 'was resolve) to comply with the re.|!iest. From Taylor Pres., asking pernii; sion ' - erect a si;:u across tho footpath in front - f their business premises.— Granted. 1.*... .?-- niiiiilw... i\ f litiililnrt ?lkcl.-Mi.i' til. if tiie nrnvision with- ros'ard t:- coi'ner post 'j 'II wooden cottages bo altered from .1 x ?'- to 1 -v ?I on account ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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"THE GOLDEN CALF." REPLY BY THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

'THE GOLDEN CALF.' - RKPLY Ii Y THK -MAYOR. At the meeting of the Municipal Coum'', 011 Tuesday night, the Mavor said there was a little matter in regard to aii attack mado oil him by the Rev. James Colwell in the pulpit 011 Sunday night. He was not aware the miloi't wa.. the usual place for a man to attack anotlie-. He always thought that if a person had rea-... onable grounds for an attack lie would come out in the open. Re would not mind if the statements made by Mr. Colwell were cor rect. Coining from a reverend gentleman of his standing one would expect them to in correct. He regretted that, he did not go little out of his way to find the true facts before he made the statements. The' Mavnr proceeded to quote from sermon delivered by Mr. Colwell. The ii rs i extract reads .-—'They had had instances oi men not doing what they knew tn be right, because of the power of the .'olden calf The Mayor said he d'd not know what the golden calf was; he had. not seen it. Continuing: — 'X'o...

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

TT DA/,/,LKS 'I'Hli WO.lt I/O. o discovery in medicine has ever created one ouarter of the interest that has been caused hy Hi. Sheldon s Xew 'Discovery for Coughs and Colds It has brought 'relief ill the most hopeless cases, when all else has failed. Pr'ee, Is. Od. and 3s. Ohtnin ablo at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* I''or ttluKl roji's Hacking Cough at Night, uoous- Greufc Peppermint Cure, I/O,' Regard Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment as unrivaled for Preserv ing, Purifying and Beau tifying tiie Skin, Scalp, Hair and Hands, for Sana tive, Antiseptic Cleansing and for the Nursery., , ATTost rrce, Cuticura Booklet uu tho BUa. Billiards. Aif. (?' Boko') Thompson WISHES to notify the public of Tamworth that ho has taken oyer tho spacious billiard saloon in .connection with Mr. T. Newman's tobacconist shop. Civility and cleanliness a speciality. Calrossy Gardens and Nursery, TaiViworth. 1^ Mc-GARIUTY, Nurseryman, and Florist, . . has commenced busines.s at the abovo address an...

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

Father, Mother and Son j Cured. ? 0:0 — — BILK, llEANS, A GRAND FAMILY MEDICINE. Mrs. P. Christ eiisen, of 'Water-street, South Bimdaberg, Q., says 'Hilb Beans have proved a blessing to my husband, self unci family. Somo time nuo I was 11 victim lo acute biliousness. I could not eat, and tho very smell ol' food used to make me fed sick ami ill. 1 used lo suffer intensely with ter vihl.. luvirliK-lins nnd fits of dizziness. At oilier times I would lmvo severe bouts of wrotchod nauseous' sensations. I hecamo worse and worse, nnd at times was so bad that I used to throw myself down 011 tlio bed or couch, and did not wish to see or speak lo anybody. I docided to undergo n ro urso of Rile Beans, and soon after commencing was 011 the wav to perfect health. As I con tinued with Bile Bonus m\- ailments one by ono disappeared. No longer was I troubled with headaches, pains, or dizziness, and bil iousness was a tiling of the past.^ My soil also was a martyr to biliousness. So bud dnl lie boco...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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ALL OVER THE STATE. WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. A land-holder in Rockdale proposeu 10 hui Id a cottage and stable ? for the use of a ? Chinaman, and applied to tlio Council foi ex emption from providing a bathroom and bath, because the placo was 'only foi a Cl.imimnn.' Aldermen held different opinions upon TJiu subject, and the council's inspector .declared that tho Chinaman would not- bathe .himself ? in ?- the oath;- though lie might wash turnips Hi it 't. '1 lion- tho entitled . determined the pi.oniiseo could go -bnthless for. all it caied. Lalelv, GI011 Junes' factory lias been each week turning from 00, to 00 nigs into b. 10011 and ham ; and -the prospects from , pig-raising seem so rosv ' t hat :iiiany ..(armors arc turning '.their attention to it. Enimaville selectors are .much annoyed at having to 150 to Dcepw atev 01 . Glen 1 11 iu. when tliev have lo do any land business. 'I lie- consider the board ; should sit t at Einimivillo, as it did some veals ago, when 1...

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

DJOATH UNDER AN OPERATION, pining the past few davs this heading has again been seen in the daily papers. This time tho victim was a woman, and statistics prove that women generally do not itako kindly to the anaesthetics used nowadays. For this reason the Ladies' College of Health is against operations 011 woniiiu all the tinio, and instead puts forward a treatment that is most successful, niul in thousands of cases lias made operations unnecessary. Women before stibmitting to a surgical oporation should write to the College, nnd find out about tli's wonderful treatment. Hook tell ing all about it will be .sent, free nil receipt of 2d for postage. Address Dent,. 'I'., Ladies' College of Health, 177 Liverpool street, Syd ney.* ? ' -

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. FATEL TO FEMININE BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By 'Jounoviv.') FATAL TO FF MINIM') 11KAUTV. Politics and business, according to a femi nine observer, art! not conducive to beauty ill women. '1 have noticed,' she said, 'tluit women who take uji these masculine occupations of ten develop n curious hardness of feature. Their faces become lined with care and an xiety, nnd although in tlio case of men these lines give tin impression .of strength of char acter, they considerably detrnct from the chin-ins of women. 'A business 1111111, 110 matter how severely lio is taxed by his vocation, has a greater resisting power, nnd retains his youth and elasticity long after tlio .business woman lias begun to show signs of ago.'

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

'.ON HUSBANDS. ' Nobody except the woman alio is married to him knows how bad a husband a good mnn can lie; 1 . A 11111 11 may lie faithful lo his wife, yet never sny a -..pleasant word to her. He may provide her with . n luxurious home and the best of clothes, yet make the very bread sue oais miter .witn 11 sense ot depend ence. . He mnv ho incapable 'of striking her 11 blow, yet lie may keen her sotil bruised lilacl; and - lilno wWili the cavji.tic and sarcastic tilings lie , snys to her. On the' other hand, a mail may fall from grace half-n-dozon times a year, and be tween the falls bo so. adorably loving and kind, and tendc*', - and considerate as to innko his .wife's .spells of happiness- worth the price she pays for lliein.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GIRLS HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

A GIRL'S HEALTH. 'One of tho girl's first duties to herself imd to all those around her is to keep her health in perfect order. Carelessness of one's health amounts in reality to sel fishness, m'nee ill-health uiakVs a woman useless and dull, and also a trouble and expense to others. Rosy cheeks and bright eyes bring pleasure to the beholder; and the iovous manner which health alone can prodtico helps to gladden those whose youth is gone. More valuable than beauty is health, and girls should never forget that, sooner or later, they lifay marry and be come mothers, and that they chiefly will b responsible for the physical as well as me - till strength of tjieir children.

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A HOUSEKEEPER'S SYMPHONY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

A HOUSEKEEPER'S SYMPHONY. To do the best I can from morn till niglf And pray for added strength with comber light ; I To make the family income reach alway, With some left over for 11 rainy day; ' To do distasteful things with happy face, To try and keep tho odds and ends in place ; 10 siniio, instead 01 ttown, at rate, Which placed mo in a family nlways late, For meals; to do the sewing, mending, air] The thousand small things always rienr.' i.'t- hand. And to do them always with a cheerful' heart, ? ' -?; ,Jv. Because in lifo they seem to bo my part; To know tho placo for everything, ahdkoep It there ;- to tliink, to 'pin 11 ,' to 'eook, 'to sweep. To brew, to bake, to answer questions, To be tho mainspring of the family clock (Or that effect), and sec that 110 ticktock Is out of time, or tune, or soon, or -Into. This is tho only symphony which I Can ever hope to operate. .

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SCRAPS OF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910

SCRAPS OF PAPER. Any scraps of paper or old newspaper, if soaked in water and then rolled into tignl balls, and put -111 the back of the fire, will burn brightly and keep the fire 111 for hours. If potato-parings, etc., are wrap ped in neuspa pors tightly, tliev will burn without giving smell.

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WAVERING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

WAVKRJVr, There are indications at Itonre that the VatHfin is wavering in its hitherto firm stand. Alfonso, tho Spanish Cabinet, and ^^N'taries of the Church, believe the Pope .stands in danger of weakening influence if the clericals force matters.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PLOT FOR A REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

PLOT FOR A REPUBLIC. It is said the anti-clerical movement iu Spain land Portugal is. part of a plot to unito the countries as a republic.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

RAILWAY COLLISION. In a railway collision in London 30 people were killed.

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THE CRIPPEN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

TlilO CRIPPEN CASE. The prevailing imprcssihn of sill aboard the Montrose who were brought into touch with Lo Neve is that she was wholly . ignorant of the crime. Her submission in following Crippen induced the belief in .hypnotic in fluence; even her gaoler was affected at her distress on receiving her mothers cablegram !mploring her to tell -the police everything. Unconfirmed reports state that Crippen in tended to land at Kather Po'nt, and had his luggage ready. Crippen drew a revolver on entering his cabin. Roing prevented using it he threw it out of a rort hole. 'lhe crowd \Vas so large in the vicinity of the Court House that the judge convened a court in a private house near Parliament buildings. The crowds were disannointed at not seeing Crippen.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. August loth is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamwortli of . GIBB it BEEMAN, LTD.. the well-known Opticians of G Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Ilntol. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. AH sufferers from any eyo trouble, failing sight or licadnchcs, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam wortli (Chns. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., nnd J. W. Bceman, lato Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Rarra clougli), who liavo been visiting this town for somo years, aro tho principals, so clients can rely on the most export lOvo service in con sulting us. Next visit: Monday, August loti-,,

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