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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
AN UOXKST RKMIODY FOR COLDS. Any druggist can offer you the choice of a dozen or more cough 'syrups.' Uut it bejioves you to use some circumspection in selecting a medicine to put into your stom ach, as a cure for your disease, liemember that you t reqii'i'e, for the real cure of a dan gerous disease something' more than a meru soothing syrup. This is why it will be best lor you to take l)r. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It is a carefully made, and perfected scientific, curative me (ii'ine, prepared with the idea not merely of removing a rough, but of curing tho disease which brings on tho cough. It is ait honest medicine which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lungs; or if the result is honest- . l.V unsatisfactory to you, your money will honestly' be returned. Try' it. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.' OUR Sure-To-Wako Alarm Cloeku aro now in stock. Can \vu well you one? 4/0, G/i 10/, 12/0. liRITZ, the best jew&lier.
MR. ROOSEVELT'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
?Mil. UOOSEYFLT'S IMPllESSIONS. Mr. lloosevelt, accompanied by his family, embarked nt Southampton yesterdny in the ICaiserin Auguste Victoria for New York, where a -popular welcome awaits, him (wrote tlio 'Daily Mail' of June 13). . His last day in England Jlr. lloosevelt en-- joyed as much as any tliat had gone before.. Indeed, he spoke of it as the 'crowning ex perience' of his three months' trip. Ho went with Sir Edward Grey into- the Mow Forest to learn the songs of British birds. He i.s a keen student. of AnioTican birds, and is recognised as an authority. upon them. But he knew little of our 'woodland clioir, and the opportunity to roam-abiiut Die coun try with, so enthusiastic a- fellow-orir'thologisl, as Sir Edward Grey was very , welcome to liini. They left the train at Basingstocl; al one o'clock, and roamed about up the valley of the ltchcn and through the forest tlje whole afternoon, only reaching their hotel ill 'h.ock enhurst at a quarter to eight, very wet and muddy,...
THE "TOWN PUMP." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
THE: ' TOWN PUMP.' A correspondent, 'J.W.,' writes: — As there lias been a lot of talk concoriiing the 'Town Pump' of lato pcrlians you Would publish lhe following: — , When all the world is Dry, _ And pints are pints no inorej You'll no frothing' beer dcr.cry As you did in days of yore. To the pump .you'll havo to go, Place a 'tray' within the slot. Then there'll come a lovely IIo\y : You niay liave it cold or hot. When your great extended thirst Seems in length quito full'a mile. And your throat scents like to burst ^ ou must gulp it down and smile. Oh, the joys 'of water sweet (Pure, pellucid, without sin), AVe shall quaff it when we meet, Though it does run rattier .thin. ''Havo -a taste, vou will sav to Hill; 'Fill 'em un again. 1)0 Jim,' And you'll have another- fill ? j . :Til! your eyes grow mistv.: dim. ' You'll wt lnei'i'v there's no doubt; . Beautifully, some lino night,-. .. -: ? And the wife- will lurk vou out - ' Cause vou dared get' water-lighl.- - 'Oil, vou lianghlv,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
EAR SPECIALIST'S DISCOVERY. Ol all the ills that flesh is heir to, dcaf ncis is ccitainly the most harassing and most d stvessiug maiady of mankind. Besides be ing deprived of tlie sense of hearing — tlie great gift of God, the (leaf are usually sub ject to the distressing liead-uoises, ringing iu the ears, nervous headaches and other complications which oiteu follow in its train, and il is indeed gratifying to have in this country a branch of the Earoseopo Associ ation from London aud New York to make their home treatment' within the reach of Australasian sufferers from these horrible afflictions. ,. Unlike so many treatments sold by ad venturers and quacks ill -this country we w ere pleased to learn that tlio Earoscope is no amateur theory, but- the discovery of the well-known .car specialist, Dr- C. M. Jordan,' and the Australasian manager^ Mr. J. C. SMver, comes to this enuntry Willi a sterling reputation and most highly recommended. We have just had brought under our no tice a ...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. FEDERAL ARBITRATION [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (I rom our Correspondent) 1' J'.DMIAl, AUIUTI! ATinv i'i 'lllst;i a,'° heginning to stand nwli,ist at their own work. For the uni/i citionists, W th 1 solid ,„d snceung L I c 13 hound majority in both Chambers 'l,Bw taken the bit between their teeth, and are tieit.iu Stit. njil w 1 1 h the -nine ^ lirv coiuenipt that - t.'iev show for tlie rights o't p'' '. l lf,V ' no tho nusFortiino to dif rti lioni thum. ihe c-;utrol oi industrv is -lite. Ill, u -( i \ ed to the -t t.s, eNLeiit ' ben .1 dispute extends beyond the boundaries of .1 s n^lb State. I lie Ilill appears to be fram ed with the \ lew ? ol innUiii;; llio exception 4 IL ' giound. It y;ives power to the ! e(l--i al Court to regulate the conditions 0 employees of the States themselves, and .iltliongli this pretension seems so arrogant .md .tiuuilmt ,if» to btj jilniost mcrodiblo, tlibie seems to he no possibility of effectual 1 obist.inu.. Moji-ovl-i tho Hill j)ropose.s to make it mandatory on the l''e(lera...
OUR LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
OUR LADIES' LETTER. U*i 'Ilescdn.'') . C-Mliam -Hill, the. inventor lir lhe tele- : iniont, In, |,u , sm)1!; S)mo m|cq t] ?luoiib Auslialia and the Australians, nl tlioiij'h be « is j»ie-ont dining tho ten tluclv ? tllu t(--M-one combat. -]le is nice enou','h i' s.iy ui.vL \\ e liave not tho '.'tired fceli'- i of Amenta ns in similar latitudes, arid on tV 'bole miKis no m.i \ t,o„d of omsches nil . , our counlrv. ' ' No (i i lain Viofc.isor Trorln-„ who snvs lut Au-luli -„ wonun, fin tho most pint, . Ii.no. iiiniij b.i(:!,,s iind htmi's ; -and ? Aim -'l-'1 Inn intii nc un tid\, *| niliin -? jait, ind dp i.1.\.i\s- In Ih- seen supiiortiim 1 t''enii ' -e' .a^iHibt a i ole oi piling, if theie is one ,vril- 1 able ?Some oil' el-e sr\s of women the n..ild i.wu that foi tho most unit llioio are k ul ' no tm not 1 ve, tlnne .md be actne, o\f i pt i in .in .itinosnliuie of contradiction -i A bi^.pippprlion of them,vsnvs this critic;. h..s .i; nicii fc.il . Kink which alwn vs . nuts them is ...
HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
HOSPITAT. BAM.. The annual ball in aul ol the hospital tji he held in the Alhambra Hall on August It), 17, and 18, promises to he the most ? succoss 'ul vet held. The first night will he for ulults,. the second for persons over 1-1, and ?lie third for children under It. A number -f fancy sets have been arranged, and will give an additional air of attractiveness to the ball. The fancv sets on the first night will lie as follows:-- -Portia, arranged by Mrs. AY. E. Thomas and Mrs. Kansome: Operatic, Mrs. Kotverhy ; Doll pincushion (10 girls dressed as dollic pincushions), Miss Cohen; debutante, Mrs. C. Hegan -and Miss Cob-en ; puritans, Mrs. C. lfegan and Miss 'oh en ; committee, Mrs. Brit /, ; Duchess of jiiiusboro, Mrs. I1' . A. Thomas (gentlemen in ?ourt dress) ; Girls of Gottenburg, Mrs. Ham noncl (dark green military dress, the gentle noil as German similiters) ; Dutch, Miss Wise Miss Ingall (ladies and gentlemen both iressed in Dutch costumes) ; school for scandal. \frs. l'\ A. T...
TEMPERANCE SPEAKING IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
TKMPEUANCE I'PI'.A kING l.\ THH STKIOET. I lie llurns-.lojinson fight l.s not the only one the police of Sydney have stopped (says the. 'Evening News'). A fight against tile demon drink nitli the liev. Air. Schafer as principal was stopped by the guardians of the law after about, the second round — that is, when 'the lighting parson had been talk ing for about live minutes. Mr. Schafer I sought to address the crowd from a cart ill Moore-stieet, Sydney, opposite Hull's Cham hoi's. There were several hundred persons present, including a fair sprinkling of clergy men of various denominations, but proceed ings had not got very far when the reverend gentleman was told bv the police that such meeting was illegal. It is understood that the drink-fighters thereupon telephoned to the Inspector-General of Police. If Ihoy did, that gentleman must have decided that his officers were capable of using their own dis cretion, for the meeting soon elided, and the crowd dispersed.
CLAY'S VAUDEVILLE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
Of, AY'S VAl'DKYIl.l.K COMPANY. Tho above entcrtuinin'.'. organisation wil ?in-iefr for a short .season in.tne Central ilall on Mondav, August 8lh, after having -lust, completed a proloiu/ed and successful tour of Oueoiishind. In view of then' return visit to the C't v tliev have engaiced the following ' .'nnTrnnnlilim artists and entertainers— Mr. T-fnrrv Clay (who is a host in himself), Mr. , Will Wvuiiud (comedian and patter artist), Mr Frank Herbert (the popular picture smg ciV Mr Harrv Elliott (the Irish comedian), aivi Miss T.uln Km'ene (legniania and sketch M-ti-tX Also the old favorites 'led 'I utty, Stan '» orridi'-'. 'nice n.-vsdale, Lvla 'Ihompson, Hil-en Capel, and Elsie Maguiro. ?-e.w illus + «m'S and ninvim! pictures will bo ?bc.wn liv the iheatreurapb, operated l;.v Mr. T.-n. Coiirfenny. and Air. Percy Havi.s tvill r.(Rci:'te at the iiiano. Tlie price of admission will be as usual.
WOOLCOTT'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
AY00I.C0'ri'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. Some old and well known favorites com prise the above dramatic combination, which will appear in the Central Hall on 'Wednes- day and Thursday next, 10th and 11th iust. \tr. YVoolcott is to be congratulated on the ttrong company ho is bringing to Tamworth. His leadini' man, Mr. AY. N. Carroll, is well 'mown along the northern line and in Queens land, and is universally popular both on and iff the stage. He was leading mail for Mr. Philip l.ytton for some years. Miss Oriel Hot-son, as leading lady, a position she has just reliiujuislied in Mr. I.ytton's company, s a host in herself. Her performances are ilwa.vs a pleasure to witness and her popu larity undoubted. The very name of the comedian. Mr. Arthur Alberts, reminds one if the hearty laughter enjoyed at his clevel lcting and comic son^s and recitations. He 'ias also left Mr. l.ytton to thrownjii liis lol with Mr. AYooicott. Mr. Martyn Keith, also mother late prominent member of Mr. Lvt ton's Compa...
GUNNEDAH SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
Gl:NNKDAll K110\Y. Special trains will leave Narrabri and Quirindi on Wednesday, '21th August, being the second day of the? Gunnedah show. The ordinary passenger train leaves Taniworth the same day at 7. joining the Quirindi special at AYerri.s Creek. Intending exhibi tors are reminded* that entries close on Mon day noxt, 8th instant, for tho forthcoming Giinnednh show. Entries are coming in well and a big catalogue is expected, so intend ing exhibitors are requested to assist the As sociation as much as possible by sending their entries in early. The trotting pmmisoS to bo a special feature again and the half-mile trotting track has been banked at the turns, the Liverpool Plains Shire Council's road grader is beint; put on for the purpose of levelling all lumps, etc., and the late rains have made the ground look nice and fresh and green. Stallion owners are also reminded of the parade for examination to he lield in Gunnedah on Monday, loth instant, at 10 a.m.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
??I'll KSIIYTKHIA N CHURCH. NoN.t Stindav ovenim;; is the young * niMil .It St. Andrew's I'resbyternm Clime ? TKu'Vonluro ot'. the survieu will be its nttrac t-ivcn(Jss lor voting folk. The music, is uiidei the '.lie of Ml'- Oiling Weaver, assisted bt IV.U Villi ? 1 AtiM-«lt»u. The liev. James Cosh av ill deliver ail .-iddress Kiiecially for jVoii»f-' folk the title of which is A countiy bump kin.' ?
PRIZE FIGHT REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
l'lii/.lO I'TGILT HRPOItTS. Jlr. lianil'ord -().), asked the J ostmasti'i General, in the Home oC liepresentatives, v.'liet.licr he could give such nii'!it lie necessary to prohibit the deliteij of linv liri'ss cable message relating to tbe trainiii' of pugilists in preparation for a pri/.e-fight, whereby public interest was con tinually being Kliniuliireu, prior to any pei u ing contest, and would he prohibit tho de livery of any press cable messages which in scribed an'.' nrize-fiiilit in detail, and which «ave particulars of every round of those So-called brutal and disgusting exhibitions. Mr. Thomas renlicd that he had no pottoi under the Post and Telegraph Act to take action.
DAISY BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
n A IS Y 1UITTK1! . A 4 advertised in another portion of oui paper, Messrs. l'rescott, l.td., claim to have the ?ohoioesfc of creamery butter on the market in thoir 'Daisy' brand butter which is sell in' freelv on the Rvdiiev and Homo markets, u.t?. ? if' t.i.I .In a lariro exnort trade in 'Daisv'' batter, including the' Phillipino Is londs. Vancouver, South Africa, Olnna, and ?lima n. and tliev notifv that local storekeepers can supply the article or the local agents can advise where it can bo obtained.
RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
RURAL SIFTINGS. (Py 'Quanda.') Wonders have at tim- experienced t.'c srothing effect:; id* hearing llio palUv :»1 the rain droii:; on the n:ol, whilst in bed, a*id m- doubt that is the case to-u:ghl, uhiht 't\-uanda' is trying bis best to make 'mat- tir' from his note-book, alter a perishii!;', day, when Ik: L It heart and imagination havo been chilled quite sulliciout for the- voyage to some distant place. This rain, when will it take off? What 's to be the result? Looks mighty li!-e an other repetition of. last January, but v.o hope not. The effect of that last visitation is still with us to-day, and will rema:n for some time. lint, ':-.;5e;i'-!.n.g -M' being chilled, brings us to (me effect from a season, such as this, and -one which, to a very material extent has an influence on the chilled meat trade: An abundance of feed will result, and stock will enter the spring months on a good pas ture, and will in consequence be sooner fit ted for that chilling process I have written abo...
MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910
MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) A lire occurred last nig).c in Mr. A. Park's drapery establishment, in liridge-strcet, a few doors from Eaton's hotel; the building was burnt to tho ground, and none of the contents were saved. The building was full\ insured, but the contents were only about half covered by insurance. It h not known how the lire originated, lile Municipal Gas Works wore started in 01, with a debt of £ 1000, and during the following eight years the work .was carried on financially, with difficulty, and it. was seriously considered in 100SJ of selling the works. The following year tho works be gan lo pay, and a sinking fund was estab lished from tho profits. The debt is now ro duced to £2500, which should, in a few years, be extinguished. The Municipal Council propose to lower the price l'oi' gas to con sumers. Stallion l'a.rade. — About 20 stallions were paraded on the Show Ground on Eriday for examination by .Mr. Jleiir.v, Government Veterinary Ollicer. M...