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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
CHURCH NOTICES. OHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. Clergy: The Vcn. Archdeacon Abbott, Rev. 0. Dickens. Sunday, 3rd July. — 0th Sunday after Trinity. Tamworth. — St. John's, 8 a.m., (H.C.); il a.m. (H.C.), tho Archdeacon: 7.30 p.m., the Archdeacon. Moonbi. — St. Andrew's, 11 a.m., Riev. 0. Dickens. Upper Neniingha.— St. Martin's, 3 p.m., Rev. C. Dickens. Neniingha. — All Saints', 7.30 p.m., Rev. 0. Dickens.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
IT'S SO HARD to refuse certain articles nf food at meal time. You want them, but there's the dis tress that always follows. Heartburn, Bloat in', Tlisidaehe, (.'ramps --r A'ciniting mnke von I'eel inferable. Ill Dr. Slieldon's Diges tive Tabnles you'll Hud sure relief. They d-'gest wiuiit ;(.iu eat, and strengthen the digestive organs, thus preventing these ail ments, which would develop into Chronic. Dyspepsia if not attended to at once. Sold in' tins containing 80 Talmles, nt 2s. Od. perj tin. Obtainable at All Stores and .Pullman's Plinrniacy.* (''or Children's Hacking Cough at Night. SVooiIb' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/0.'
MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. ? 0:0 (From our Correspondent.) The ? \ bnerahle Archedeacon \\oodd, wiio' lias .succeeded tho Venerable Arch deacon Hogg, Was inducted last Sunday by the l!:shop of Newcastle. The congregation was very large. A social wel tnniB was extended to tlio newly-inducted clergyman 011 Monday at the Slicool of Arts. The building was filled, and other denomina tions were represented. Furthor and extensive improvements and deve'opnients are he'ng carried out at tin local coal mine. A new opening has beer made and the rails connecting the mine with the railway have been laid and preparation.' to run the trucks straight to the rnilwai j are being rapidl.v completed. The Potts' Point Tenuis Club played M us we'lbrook Club 011 Saturday. Tho former wor by three sets. The last week very unpleasant weather lias prevailed. It has either been raining or threatening, and is consequently cold and damp underfoot. Thn Jocky Club held a committee meeting on Monday evening. A rough balanc...
SHEEP SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
SHEEP SHOW. Tli,, Sheep Show was held at Moore Park, Sydney, this week. There were over 800 sheep exhibited. The Esk Vide stud re peated former triumphs, winning thrcu grand championships — best fino wool ram, best medium and best strong wool. To take the three championships in tile housed se ction - is a very fine performance. Great interest centred in the contest between the two Tasmauian ranis from the Belle Vuo nnd I'j(ik Yu'fi ? estates inspect', ivoly, Pa'tron 'II. and Slyvander. These two rams met «t the recent Campbelltown show, Tasmania, alien championship honours went to Patron II. Tlio judgment at 'Mooro. Park reversed the position, the honour of championship be ing secured by Sylvander. This ram is a son of Sylvan, who took the championship in 1003, and was sold for 800 guineas, and afterwards re-sold and exported to South Africa at a prico of 1000 guineas.
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
THE RAINFALL. I 1' urtlier rain foil on Tuesday night, the following being tho records to 9 a.m., Wed nesday : — Armidalo 18 points, Batlmrst 72, Barraba 22, Bondomeor 10, Bingara 30, Bourko 07, Boggabri 10, Coonanihlo 10, Clar onco Heads 0, 'Coolah 28, Eden 3, Glen Li nes 20, Goulburn 10, Goodooga 52, Gunnedah 33, Kinina (i. Manilla 18, Millie ?!'-, Moree -15, Mungiiuli 2o, Muswellbrook 22, Mogil Mogil -10, Navrabri 28, Nowcastle 't(T, Nun dlo 78, Singleton 25, Sydney -18, Tamworth 18, Tenterfield 10, Quirindi 42, AValgett 32, Warialda 45, W. Maitland 30, Yetman 75,. Rainfall from 0 a.-m. Wednesday, to 0 a.m. Thursday: — Annidalo 05, Bathurst 33. Bar raba 21, Bendomeer 8.), Bingara 30, Bourke 2, Boggabri 10. Coonamblo 15, Clarence Heads 4, Glen Innes 74, Goulburn 25. Goo dooga 4, Gunnedah lf-. Kiania 12, Manilla 35, .Millie 10, Moree 10, Muswellbrook (-, Narrabri 20, Newcastle 1, Nundle 82, Siimlo tnn o, Sydney 1. Taimvorth 53, Tenterfield 30, Quirindi 00. Walgett 11, Warrialda 28,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. Mr. S. A. Basser's many local patrons will be glad to learn that this well-known Vien ness and London Opthalmic Optician ana Spcctablo Maker, will, in future pay. Tam wortl) a visit ovory six weeks, ana his next visit will be in July. He may bo consulted at tho Royal Hotel oil Monday, 13th Julv, Tuesday, 14th July, and Wednes day, loth July. During a trip round tlio world sir. i-nsser visneu h™ renowned optical colleges at London, Now | York, Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from- 1 each of which he holds credentials, an4 a]so i a qualified master of the British Optical As sociation. All defects of tho sight corrected, I and glasses specially adapted for ocular hoaa- 1 aches. Your sight tested with the latest m» , vontod instrument. Consultation fr.eo of rhargc. Mr. Bnsser may bo consulted m per son, so as to guarantee tho best result. No travelling agents employed. Sole agent for Mm 'So fiasy' rimless Rlmwns.*
WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
WIRTII'S CIRCUS. Despite the inclemency of the weather, there was a large audience at Wirth's cir cus on Wednesday night. The 'star' turn of the show was the performance given by tho Fran/, troupe of acrobats. Each member of the troune is -a clever artist, and eveiy -item of their performance was smart and neat. Datns, the man of wonderful memory, n.,BUKri.d the many questions that were asked from all parts of the. tent, while Raymond did smart thin»s in ridding himself of handcuffs, log-irons, etc. Ihe wild animal acts were up to the usual stand ard and the equine feats showed up the great intelligence of the horse and their clover training.
"POT-BELLIED" CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
'POT-BELLIED' CALVES. Young stock should never show much ten- ? dency to be 'pot-bellied?' It is a weak- - ness, particularly of calves that are being reared on cold skim milk and thoso that are after weaning time arte grazed on nutritious pastures. 'Pot-bellies' rarely occur with , grown cattle of any age 011 tho * ! grass, or with nature's treatment. It is a . result of artificial feeding, and often as- ? ! sociated with indigestion. A beast with a ' 'pot-belly' is never a beauty (says an ex change), for its irregular form is not attrac tiro. Tllf- fftrp. mirl liiml niini4Ui-c- of an every-day form, but the belly is bulged out to an inordinate extent. The back ap pears hollow, and it droops much beyond tliu usual. No one looks On these cattle as suf fering from a serious disease that will spoil them wholly for all time, or cany tliein off hilt 'pot-bellies' are an undoubted hiiidor anee, and wlionever there are beasts of tho same stamp and age some in correct form and others extre...
PROPERTY FOR AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
PROPERTY FOR AUCTION. At Manilla on the 20th August next, acres of high-class wheat country will be of fered bv auction by Ware, Broughton and Co., in conjunction with W. T. Armstrong, of Tamworth. This property comprises some of the best wheat land on tho well-known Meiiedebri Estate, situated about 4 miles from Somerton township, and should sell readily. Failing a sale in one bloc)., it will he offered in small areas to suit all classes of buyers, full particulars of which appear in our advertising columns to-day. Buyers will be met a Manilla and driven to inspect htr niif«f.in»ners.
GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES. The following are the acceptances for Grand National Hurdle Race— 3 miles, of 1270 sovs. run on Saturday : — V ernier lEst 21b., Ataabua list, 'lb., Grenfell list. 51b., Lord Desmond lOst. 12lb„ The Reckoning 10st. 111b., Maui lOst. -Jlb., Tho Cotlibrack 10s. 71h., King's Ransom lOst. 71b., Zalslti' lOst. 31b., The Gaul Ost. 131b., Harvest 9st. 131b., Volts Ost. 111b., Y udnapinna Ost. 111b, Rogue's March !)st. 71b., and Obie Ost. 121b. 'Amateur' fancies:— A taaliua 1, Grenfell ?2. The Gaul or Yadnapinna 3.
APPOINTMENT OF POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
APPOINTMENT OF POLICE MAGISTRATE. Wlul« it is wise and essential that senmis cons:deratioii nnd caro should be exercised in tho. appointment of polico magistrates, and circumstances fullv tnkon into account, we can sco no justification for the protracted delav of . the Department in making some ? clohnito . announcement regarding tho magis tracy of the Taimvorth district. It was only right and liroper to expect that on the re ??????.'?tsremont'of Mr. Jones, which fact lias been known for a considerable time past, an; ap pointment would have boon made, but tho Departmental machinery evidently revolves .?..-.'.♦?'.-?..toovslowlr.- to-- have brought about the desir v -nolo end. In Mr. II. S. Hawkins, who ic temporal ilv enrryinj* out tlio magisterial ' j.; .dut:e3, the Tamworth district lias a qualified and capable' gentleman, who, m tho short 1 :t.ni3 ho has occupied tho Bench, has given ' . s iJsiiostantial ovideiico of li:s fitness to occupy ? - .the important position, but, wo unde...
THE BIG FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
THE BIG FIGHT. Wo have made special arrangements for tho receipt of particulars of the bi-j boxing contest to take placo in America on Mon day next, between Johnson and Jeffries. The time of the light will correspond with early on Tuesday morning in New South . W'ales, and for our issuo oil Tuesday we will have full particulars. Our information will come through the Country Press Independent Cable Service, which has a direct line, con sequentlv enabling full details to be nub lislicd in the 'Observer' before nnv other iiowsnaper nnd particulars which will uc gathored from a' different source to that which appears in the metropolitan morning
INCONVENIENCE OF RAILWAY TIMETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
INCONVENIENCE OF RAILWAY ™e TABLE. -'-Iho Riu.way Commissioner* have lately in : f-titutod. a tune-tublo that causes a large ??- ^? amount of inconveniunco to travellers on the north and linrtli-westoin lines. The ultera t.cir involves a long and tiresome wait at Werris Creek. The tiniu-tablu now provides ? .for. tho ? G.eii limes tram, travelling to 8yd ncy, to reach Worris Creek at 10.25 p.m., ? and tho r.nrtn-westoni mail travelling from ? - ?SvdiiDv, to ranch the junction at 12.20 a.m. l-hisv; arrangement means that anybody ??????:- jouritovntg Out north-west from any northern ?part oil tho line as far north as Glen Innes ' : (the t.me-table affects passengors consider ably more beyond that point) is compelled, to . - wait nb Worris Creel; two hours. But that . is a e.ight luconvemence compared with tho effect tho time-table lias on - the journey from nnv of tnu north-western fawns to the north. 1 lie north-western mail on its way to Sydney urr.ves at Werris Creek at 9. 30 ' p.m...
WEST'S PICTURES AND THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
WEST'S PICTURES AND THE FUNERAL. Residents will be afforded an opportunity of witnessing up-to-date pictures of the funeral of the_ late King Edward which have heon attracting thousands of patrons throughout the world. In view of the im portance of the picture attraction the man agement .have completed the following ar rangements: — To-night (Friday) the picture will be seen, then again for the benefit of school children a special matinee will be held and tho final performance will take place --n Saturday evening, when in addi tion to the funeral picture an- entirely new programme w'iil be screened.
FAREWELL TO ARCHDEACON ABBOTT LARGE GATHERING OF PARISHIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
FAREWELL TO ARCHDEACON [ ABBOTT 1 LAHGE GATHERING OF PA T? TST7Tni\Jir!i- q I Dospit0 unfavourable weather conditions tliero was iif largo gathering of parishioners of St. John s Church of England in St. John g Hall oii 'Wednesday night to say farewell to this Yon. Archdeacon Abbott, who ? s taking up tile duties of headmaster at the Armidalo School, Arnndale. Tho interior of the hall was tastefully ar ranged in the form of a drawing-room „,ii '? t presided, 'read, npologtes for absence from the Rev. A. John-' \'ivii xnuin; , toe liewiy-apixmited in cumbent; Rev. 15. Pocknall, Rev. F. A. Dar luig, Mr. Vernon, .Mr. G. Loder. Salvation Army Cant. Dry, and Mr. and Sirs. G. 11 G. Kmu. j During tlio evening a programme of enter tamniont was gone through, those contribut ing being Miss Jennings, Miss Kathleen Mnrltham, Mr. Johnson, Sirs. Horn, Mrs. Itadgers, nnd ]\1 r. iMoxhn-iii. At an interval Mr. Newman said it fell to Ills lot to say a few words of regret at the departure of Archdeaco...
LAND SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
LAND SETTLEMENT. I lie fll mister tor Lands has assured Mr. Levied that it is his intention to resume about (50,000 aeies of the Warrah Estate for closer settlement. With reference to Colley Cheek Estate, the Minister says the Govern ment is going to send an agreement to ..ir. Weatherley, the owner, as to what terms lie will be permitted to sell. Should ho Tefuse to accept the terms offered by the Govern ment the estate will be resumed for closer settlement.
The Man on the Land. AUSTRALIA IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
I The Man on the Land. AUSTRALIA IN ENGLAND. . . MancJictiter ' Guardian' comments : — 'Re- iii;'.! cent exchanges .from Australia describe the |h| season as a record one, and think that the ! ; ' lambing which is now in full swing will result !j : m another big increase in the number of |i , sheep already depastured in tho Common- I' : U-lMllHl. Tt. k t.lin.l.rl.t, tl t n f . fl,'.-. Ii; ' ? ? ? ? - ? ? y I census is taken 011 the 31st of December- next j r. it will be found that Australia once again pos- »l! i sesses more than 100,000,000 sheep. We are iij i bound , to add, however, that many experien- m' j ced pastoralists are of opinion that Australia 1 ir now dangerously overstocked, and that [ i ; when the next drought conies there will 1)8 [,S heavy losses of stock, especially in Queens- i': : land.' 4