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SLAUGHTERMEN'S STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 August 1910
SLAVGHTKRAI KN'S KTUIKH. I he effect ol the lirst- days strike of slaughtermen at Glebe Island is hardly per ceptible. There is every probability of other slaughtering firms being able to keep tho re tail shoes going. ? The employers anticipate tho Government will come to their assist - mint. LMnviuw... 4 Iwm trial Dismitcs Act. The Master Butchcrs' concerned in tho trouble met last' night in camera. They do not think the strike will last Ion::. It is rumoured the Glebe Island trouble is likely to extend to other large master but cher?, in the suburbs, and that a geuerr! strike in the Irade may be declared withi.i the next day or two.
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 August 1910
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. UOMEBUSH SAL ISS. (Bv wiro.) SYDN15Y, Tuesday. SUSSKX-STH KKT SALKS. Notwithstanding a large attendance of buyers at the produce sales, competition was devoid of activity, and prices for all com modities were considerably weaker. ChafV declined oj ; lucerne hay !?/?!, lucerne chaff 0/8, potatoes 10/ ner ton. Wheat wa.s re 1,1 ln.ot.sJ ttini'j.M ...ntc en hay, and Swede turnips maintained late rates. Choice quality chaff sold at J/l to 4/9, prime ftfi) to 4/3, good ♦!/(- to 3/8, me dium 3/ to 3/5, inferior *2j\) ewt., prime small bales lucerne hay 1/ to 4/1, good lucerne chaff 3/8, lucerne threshings *2/5, medium oaten hay 12/8, medium to good Swede tur nips 2/3 to 2/!) per ewt., prime dry yellow maize. 2/8, modium white oats 2/ 2.}/ good chickwhcat 3/(- and bushel ; prime red skin potatoes moved off at 0/1 to G/(i, good 5/0 to (J/l, medium 3/i) to 4/S, prime white skins 5 1 per ewt., wheat 3/1) to 3/!U, barley, 2/(i to 3/. Northern Sales. — liiieernc hay, John Sage...
LICENSING COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. (Before Mr. H. S. Hawkins, chairman, and Mr. T. M. Newman, member). [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 August 1910
LICENSING COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 0. (Before Mr. II. 8. Hawkins, chairman, and Air. T. M. Newman, member). J. l-\ Hyson made application for t?ic re moval of the license of tho Railway Hotel, Moonhi, to a new building on another site at Moonhi. Mrs. M. I. B. Swain opposed the application ou the ground that she was tlie owner of Die premises to which tlie license was attached and had na?d a large sinn nf mmi.-v fnr t.hn nrmnwn^ Mr A 11 Piddiniiton (instructed by Creagli and ' Creagh) appeared for the applicant, and | Air. R. Windever (instructed by Air. T. Kng lamB for tho objector. There were no ob- ! .jectious on tho part of tho licensing in spector. Formal evidence was given as to lodging and publishing requisite notices. Air. Windever produced tho certificate of title in the name of Airs. Swain to tho land on which the hotel buildings are situated, and also put in evidence statement of claim and affidavit of applicant in connection with recent equity proceedings. These documents ...
BICYCLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 August 1910
BICYCLE RACE. A ten nrle road race will take place ou Wednesday afternoon. The folowing officials have been* appointed : — Judges, Messrs. h\ J: Morris, Jeff. Britten, and W. Tobin; starter, Mr. I?. W. Webster; timekeeper, Mr. .10. -J. Harvey; turning point steward, Mr. A. Tan The handicaps are as follows: — *S.- A; Sketchley and ~S. 3\ Collins scratch; S. Mor ris 30see., P. MeGuiness 30sec., H. Webster tfOsec., A. Bailev SOsuc.. W. H. Tohin 30sec., Briley 30sec., 11. M'llwraith Imin. 30scc, A. Petersen and A. Young lmin. 4osce,t A. Lord and II. Kershaw 2min., H. Harrison, S. Marks, C. Snedden. and J. Morris 2min. 30sec., B. Bagles, 13. Homewood and C. Gal hraitli 2min. 45sec., G. Robson, C. Lambert, 11. AHwocd, and G. Curtis 3min., C. Cole, C. Carrol, J. W. Rodgers, J. Mellick,- and K. Yates 3min. losec., J. Crcevev, W\ Bos son, II. Page, and B. Morris 3min. 30sec., K. Allen 3min. 4-5sec., I. Snedden 4min. 30see.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 August 1910
PERSONAL. At the Mwlgee (.'ourthou.se or I'Yiday, .Sub inspector Atkinson presented an illuminated address and travelling bag lo Mr. O. A. Kd wurds, police magi.stivUo, on tho ere of Jus departure to Tamworth. 'the presentation was made on behalf of the police of the dis trict. At St. John's Church of England, on Sat- urday evening, a quiet wedding was celebrat- ed, when Florenee Gertrude, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edward Swain, of Ranger's Valley and Tamworth, and of Mrs. Swain, and Ivor Darley., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dowe, of Tamworth, were married by the Rev. C. Dickens. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. T. G. McShane, while the bridegroom was &nbsp; attended by his brother, Mr. Alan Dowe. &nbsp; The presents included a valuable and hand- some diamond brooch, presented to the bride by her mother. Yesterday, at West Tamworth, the death occurred of Mr. S. A. Barnes, a gentleman hold in high esteem. The deceased, who was 68 ye...
Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Paiisli of West I'a imvnrt Ii Ulergy: Her. tVilliam ,1. ? ? ?MiiKlay, llth August 1 tj t li .Sundm- '„||lT «? , Irinity. ? '' 'est iaimvorth.— St. PanJ'.s, 11 v . tins and Litanv ; 7. MO », i,' J''1- es't-hrook. — ( A I ,\S. ' .Uiu-Lwen'i' « S T'-'' -:.m..i..,v ? ? ? ? Gowr.ie. 3 p.m., Kvensoip'-. Currabuliula. 1 1 a.m., Alattins and l.ihnu
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
I (JKEAT . COUGH. .CURE. (ill to vour local store 111- chemist si nil a.sk lor ii bottle of PIMWO; and don't lu- »,.,-oi-/1,„1 i„ i .,i-„ i hot i nnrmn ? i i ?HiF BECAl'SK there is nothing on the market today that is -jnst as good' as lVlINO ' ° Ah 000i) 11EMEMBEK ! l'RUNO IS AN AIISOLUTE CCKIO KOI! COUGHS, CQ1,I)S, INb'I.UENZA, AND A 1,1, OTHIOU CUKABLIO CHEST TliOUIiUOS. IT'S HKAIjIjV MARVKU.OUS HOW QUICK I. V AND COMPl,ETIOI;Y PllUNO conq ncrs these troubles. MOTIIKKHI Alwavs K«i PHUNO f„, VOI,r |) ,bv\- eld It's .,l««l„loJv free from ill] poisonous matter (tliis is a very important item for your baby s luture wellare). it is very nlcasant to take and will r un' hibv's *,.4,i i 'i.',,. .1.' ......il,!,,,, you can get, SO DON'T BE PUT OKK, ask for PIUJNO AM) INSIST ON GETTING IT. '' lul'-Vh 11,1,1 a'-vt!''= cLs0 PRUNO is sold by all Stores and Chemists throughout this district at l/-- and !!/-- per hoitle. If your Storekeeper has 110110 in stock T will K..i»l ™u n ln.nl.. HW for 1...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
CHURCH NOTICES. OhUIlCH Ol'' ENGLAND. Parish of East Tnimvnrt.li. ?Sunday, llth August. — l'Jtli Sunday al'tL., Irinity. '1 ainworfh. — St. .lolui's, 8 a.m. (II O- li a.m. (1I.C.) Her. «\ l-\ I lariis-\V:i'lk,.r - ;.?!! p.m., liev. \\ 1-\ Harris- WalluT ' Neiiimnlia. All .Saints', :! j,.m .M,-. . ?Moiiypeiinv. ' ' ? ? !,&£-*'? 11 «-»-? ii»- u ' Attunga. , ..'HI p.m., Hl-v. C. Dickens,
VISIT OF PROFESSOR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
VISIT OK PUOFKSSOl! WATT. It has oceii found necessary to make miiiii! alterations in connection wii.li the visit of Professor Watt, of the Sydney University, ?« this district. The arrangements inaile ii|- to date nrovide that Professor Watt will arrive in Tamworth next I'Vidav, August lit, and will deliver a lecture in the. a f lei noon at 9 ttll nl. 2i n!nr«» tn ln» !irlvr»rt.i«»wl KiO nn-_ bablv at the Othlfellows' llall. On Saturday I Ounjicwan will be visited, and a lecture do- 1 livered in the new hall at 7.30 p.m. Mon- . 1 day will be occupied J»y visiting Manilla, where l'rofe^sor \V7itt will deliver a lecture at ' 1 1 ni|;Tit. On Tuesday he will ho in the Bee- I tive district, arrangements having boon mado I to deliver a lecture at Uectivc in the even- ? ing at 7.30. ' B
TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. _ Tlio Land Hoard coiiiiuuiced n silti'ii' on liiesday. ' The business transacted is as follows-— TL'KSDAV. Certificates.— A. C.P. OoilS, 57a Ir :itln I'aul Allied J'risli, to issue; O.C.P, Dllio'i' ?'''li :'r, Win. Krcdk. Itushlirook, to issue O.C.P. 00/21, .)0a Mr, Alex. Archer l)orria,'l toll, to issue; A. C.P. 0j/l--, 1 21a, Jl;irv \n'J, C'oonaii, to issue; A. C.P. I /'.)?'), .|0a, tSaimul llunter Magill, to issm-. Conlirmatioii.-— A.C.P., 1 l!-a Dr, Tims. (Jen ?Morrison, continued ; A. C.P. lO/ol, It-Jlln I'atrick Alc.Malion, conlirincd; A. C.P. H'Oa, .lobii llallantyne, continued ; A.C v' 10/101, 1 til a l!r, Arthur .1 oh n Poole, eon'lir ml I'd ; A. C.P. lo.'l Ki, 'ili-'a Mr, Win', .Martin Wilson, confirmed -. A. C.P. I(l/;t5s. 1 0;i , I' n.di; llerde*-, ?,'onlirincd : A. ('.I'. HV:i!) ' AMV,, l''redli. Herden, con li lined ; A. C.P. ' lOjl'jli lOtla, Michael McCorniack, con li rilled ; A.Cri'' 10/ US, :100a., Henry .lames nilson, conliniN ed; A.C.P. 1(1/...
Northern and North-Western Racing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
Northern and NorthWest ern Racing Association. lhe^/ir.st annual meetinji of t?u» Northern and .North-AYestern l^acinix Association was held at Oliphant's hotel, Tamworth, to-day, Friday, and^ there wero present, a representa tive natherinii of delegates of all the prin cipal clubs in the Xorth and Xorth-'\Vost. Tho following are the names of those pro sent: — \N\ M. Horthwiek (NYalcha), in the chair; 10. Hull (l)cepwator) ; J. J. C'nrley (Werris Creek1) ; A. .1. Swale (Quirindi) : H. ?f. Martin (Cralla); .1. J. .Maclntyre (Glen Tunes); G. Nott (Armidale Turf Club); G. K. AYrij»ht (Moree);'lj. Hiee (Inverell) ; 15. H. McGVe (NVarialda) ; H. AV. Curtis (Armidale); John McDonald (Narrahri); 11. U. Munroo (Hin^ara); M. K. Bruxner (Tenterjielcl) ; C. J. Hritten (Tamworth) ; J. K. Iionij (AVallan f^ara); Dr. .J. P. Sexton (Tamworth Amateur Kace Club). The report and balance sheet were road by the secretary and adopted on the motion of tlie nresident, Mr. NY. M. Horthwiek. Mr. Martin, Ura...
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Friday. SUSSEX STREET SALES [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (Dy wiro.) SYDNEY, Frhhy. SrSSKX STBKKT SALKS AN heat :)/HA to I/, barley 2/U to Ji/. Com-1 petition was nevoid of animation. Prices «'-?- c«»pte?l Vere considerably weaker. Chaff de clined n/: lucerne hav --/8: pt»tatoes 7/(- per ton. Choice duality chair Jtyfi to 1/7, prime R/S to 1/ |»ocid a/- to medium 2/5 to :ij, irrlerror Vj per cu t. Prime lucerne hav, largo bales. ,V-t, medium Mj to 12/1, inferior 1/T), choice small hales I J'A% priim» l\ji) ])er cwt. ( 'hoice lucerne diall' -1/0, inferior %2}\) pt»r cwt. AN beaten derrick straw and wheat, were unsaleable, wbilo l/i) was taken for choice oaten rack hav, and tyl for j^ood oaten der rick straw. Prime redskin nolntoe* (j/S to 7/: tfood at -»/ ; prime whiteskins -l/f) to fi/J per ewt. ('hoico table pumpkins 71/ ner ton. Nort-hern Sales. — Lucerne hay, AV. 0. Chaf fev, Xemin^ha, i II'): A. Laidlaw, Moonbi, 2/5 \\. Suttor, Xemin^lia, ; 10. 11. Br.vnni , 15 halesjiassed Jl/2, 18 bales 2/(-. Lucerne chntT, »). NToo...
NORTHERNER IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
NORTHERNER IN OUKEXSI.A.WI). i A Clarence River native, who lias treeked Iv. to the Northern State, writes to a local . ; paper:— ? ' 1 'Queonslaud is a land abounding in cattle ticks, lunatics, politics, and several other kind:; of insects and pests. Personallv, I do not care much about the place, hut as we all more or less worship tho golden poddy, the general j ; trend of the N.S.W. speculator is Queens landwards. The -Queensland native is about the sloweit animal that ever walked, most of tho natives ht-ing satisfied to take up 200 ' acres of land, fell o acres, build a- bark lint, put ill a few dozen fruit trees, and then wear out thu seat of a few dozen pairs .of pants waiting for the fruit to - riven. The New ft'iuth Wales selector siniplv took tlie s':;tcr ?State by storm, and the place here (Nortli Coast lino from Brisbane) is quickly chang ing from a wilderness of .scrub and forest to ?a succession of well-kept dairies. The tick * question is still a very troublesome one, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
A MVSTIOIUOUS KVKNT. Many physicians secin to think it a mys terious' event when their patients— wliom they cannot cure — are quickly relieved and restored to health by Dr. Sheldon's New l)iscovery for Coughs and Colds; but tlicro is nothing mysterious about it. Dr. Shel don's New Discovery represents the latest knowledge of tho day in the i-ractice of the science of healing, and does not follow any of the old-fashioned methods of the materia lnediea. It goes riidit to the point of infection ill all cases of throat ami lung trouble, ' and by means that are all its own drives out the disease and heals the affect ed parts. 1'') and 3.'-. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy,* WANTKD. — Smart intelligent liny fur Shop. HUTLKK AND CO. ? WANTKD. — A First Class Waitress. Apply at once to ltOYAL IIO'IKIj. WANTKI).— A Yoimir Girl to assist gene rally, sleep home. Apply, .Miss l.'AMKHON, '1 araville,' Brisbane Street. W ANTKD. — Good Plain Cook. Wages 12/. Mrs. Fit til). llYSON, ...
VARIATIONS IN CREAM TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 August 1910
VARIATIONS IN CHTCA5I TEST. Circular 37 oC the Missouri Experiment .Station gives a short review of the more com mon causes of variation in the tests of cream, wliicli will be found useful by those butter makors who have more or less difficulty with cream patrons wherever the tests of tlieir cream sliows sudden variation. 'It is impossible to run a separator under farm conditions without having variations in tho test- of cream occur, savs Prof. J'.cklcs in tho circular, 'and, in fact, if the cream buyer should always ijive the same cream test, it would he more suspicious of dishones ty than when it varies slightly. Our e\ _poriments indicate tlie following to lie tho common causes of these. variations:— (1) Variations ill tho speed of the .'.epavator ; (!2) varations in temperature of milk separated ;. / (3) rate- the. milk flows into tho machine ; (1) amount of water or skim milk used in flushing ?out the bowl; (5) change in the richness o[' tho iijilk separated : (0) adjustment of...