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MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

\ ' ? MOTORING. i Air. A. \V . fstiinton, or Manilla,: arrived in ?? ..Sydney on J ltursdav in lus Fiat. Ho drove I from hi3 home to Newcastle; a ' distance - of | ? 201: miles, in .91 house,- and found .the roads l . .. - in .excellent .order, : with tlio execution of a Btrotclr near Goonoo : Gocnoo .rnicl ^Wallaba r .. dull; . llio xar . was trucked from Nowcastlc t-) Htlnov.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH LAND BOARD. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

TARiWORTH LAND BOARD. ? :o : ? AV I3DN.USD AY . To Eucloso Roads. — 0. L. Oli/83, Leslie 'ay- lor, granted: C.L. Oj/77, Alex. Mcllveen, granted ; C.P. 01^21, Charles Greer ivoll.v, granted. Consideration. — A.L. 10/11, 320a, Thos. II. Barbour, held over; A.L. 10/17, 320a, i,ud wi'g Alborton, refused; A.L. 10/11, 110a, ?fames MeConnaek, recommended. Givo-nnd-tako Fence. — O.C.P. 00/89 and C.L. ? 00/C3. Wm. Walsh, granted. Section 03/33. — O.C.P. 02/15 and series, Amlrow Allen Thibuult, granted ; A.C.P. 08/GJ, Thos. Hamilton McFarlane, granted ; C.Ij. 09/46, G. A. Rowlison, withdrawn. To AVithdrnw. — C.L. 09/16, G. A. Rowli son, withdrawn. Preliminary Investigation. — O.C.P. 10/123, ICOa, liobt. Routlodgo Webster, survey di rected ; C.L. 10/12, '180a. Rolit, Routledgo AVobstor, survey directed ; _A.C.1\ 10/128, 202a. Geo. Alfred Rowlison. 'survey directed: C.L. 10/13, SJGOa, Geo. Alfred Rowlison, sur voy granted; O.C;P. 10/127, 121 Ja, j-ames Hall, confirmed. Section 35, Act '95. — C....

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Politics in the Country. ENTHUSIASTIC WORKERS FOR MR. LEVIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Politics in the Country. Els '1 ITU SI A STIC AVORKERS FOR MR, LEA'IEN. ' .? n«Vmn -n corresnondent.) I '-? A largely-attended meeting of the friends ?'?and supporters of Mr. 1\. II. Levien was lield nt -'-Mr- If- Hyson's Hotel, Moonbi, on Satm div, * 13th August, 1910, -'?????for' tlio purpose of forming a ^ strong committee to secure that gentleman s ? 'roturn ab the forthcoming election. Several v strong supporters wore present from Tam .worth including Mr. Alox. Matheson, J. T. Flvnn, 'W- Ahorn, W. J. Laidlaw, and others. ? Mr 'W- M- Wilson was chairman, and was ?tho initial speaker. He explained tlio * ob ieete of the meeting in a very neat speech, bringing fncts and figures prominently for ward and giving verv solid reasons why tho Moonbi electors should rally round their old friend, Air- It. H. Levien, and return him nt tho coming election with a substantial majority. , , Mr- Mnthosoii (Mavor of Timtworth), fol lowed and made a really good speech, giving a brief resume, of Mr...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

SPORTING. the turf. The Rosoliill races on Saturday resulted ns follows : — „ _ . „ , Hurdle Race, 2 miles.— Emnsmar, 11.4 (Freland), 1; Dinyali, 11.0 (Curtin), 2; . Arizona, 9.10 (Kolly), 3. AVon by four lengths. Time, 3min. GGsec. Tho winner s price was 4 to 1 against. . - Dundas Handicap, G furlongs.— Gigandra, 7.12 (D. Callinan), 1 ; Maori King, 9.5 (Mc Lachlan), 2; Arauntie, 7.7 (Smith), 3. AAon by a neck. Timo, lmin 141sec. Winner, 7 Graiivillo Stakes, 1 mile.— Queen's Medal list, 8.8 (McLaehlan), 1; Nangar, 7,.3 (Towns ond), 2; Volga, 8.4 (N. AVood), 3. AVon by two lengths. Time, lmin 43ilsoc. A\ inner, 2 to 1. _ , . i\faiden Handicap, G furlongs.— Duko Footo, 8.4 (Smith), 1 : Blue Gem, 8.0 (Burke), - 2 ; Cueini, 8.0 (AValkor),3. AVon by two lengths. Time, lmin JGlsec. Winner, 4 to 1. - Rosehill Handicap, li mile.— Son of tlio Marsh, 9.5 (Pike), 1; Claydon Common, 7.8 (Smith), 2; Erin, 0.10 (Burke), 3. AVon by two lengths. Time, 2min 8Jscc. AVinner, ' 11 io 8 on. Carlingford ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

PERSONAL. Air. T. A. Fergu'-on, from Sydney, has been appointed to the duties (if draughts- ? man iu the Tamwortli survey oflieo relinquish ed by' Air. AV. 11. Klannery, who recently was transferred to head office. A convocation for the election of a fellow at the Svdnev University in the place ?» «?!»- lato Mr. C. H. Stephen, was held at tlie Uiu vemtv on Saturday. Only one nonunation was received, that of Air. A. H. i'iddington» barrister, and the Cjiancellor declared luiu eleetcd. ? ?

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS, flU wirnA SYDNKY, Tuesday. IiOMlilll'.SH SAUO.S. b,!ioep.— yoM peuueu. \ a lues were tuttii tered. . AVotliors 10/ to 20/, ewes 0/ to 19/0. Gattlo, 1070 yarded. Values were slightly worker. Best beef 25/, bullocks .Lo to ill 10/, cows .£3/5/ to £8/10/.

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SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

sussrcx stukiot salks. | Competition for all lines of produce \r;is devoid of animation, and prices realised wero ! considerably weaker. Chaff declined. Lu | ceme hay 1/, oaten hay 5/, lucerne chalf (i/8, second quality potatoes of. Maize was easier | and showed a weakness of Id. per bushel, j Prime chaff found buyers at 'M, good -tyO to 3/(5, medium 2/0 to 3/2, prime lucerne hay» small bales, 3/7, medium 3/ to 3/1, inferior to 'J/J), prime -I/, prime oaten bay Ij'ii, primo lucerne -?ha iF ?!/, medium 3/2 t-- 3 /(», wheaten straw 2/2, prime yellow maize 2/l- to 2/7, me dium whit(5 oats 2/, good Algerinn 2/1, me | dium chickwhcat 3/5A, inferior 2/10, Swede j turnips 1/(i tu 1/7 , medium table jvimipkins (-3/, ]:rime redskin potatoes -»/?) to 7/2, good ' ?')/{- to li/3, modinm ?')/, prime whiteskins, tu bers, o/3 to o/(), primi! Itrowuells (seed varie ties), 7/(5 to 7/3. Wheat, 4/1, barley, 2/0 to 3/. | Northern Sales. — Lucerne hay, Cardalo (Nemingha), 3/1 ; W. .Johnston, ?( halc.s 1...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

BILUAHOS. | in tne champion billiard match Roberts de feated liiudrum hy '2-Y2 pnini }. I In a match at Melbourne, 'Williams, tho English professional, made a break of OT. ' _

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PRIEST ELECTED COUNCILLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

P1UKST KIjKGTKI) COrNC'Ud.OK. a uomau ^attiotic i'nest has been elected councillor for Amythsdale, \ ictoria.

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MURDER THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

MITIiDlOl! Till! 10AT10N 101). i.'ie secretary of the Victorian Coiuiipssion of inquiry into the accounts of the M'orking mens' College, received a letter threatening murder.

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POLICE RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

| PGLIUtt RAID. Ihe police rnided an alleged gambling den ! at Darlinghu'.st lasL night, and arrested ID . men. Thov were remanded till Friday.

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LIVELY SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

LIVJ5LY SCKXK IN* Till-: ANSKAIllLY. i. I here was a lively scene on the motion for adjournment being submitted iu the .Assembly . this - morning, arising out of a -|uestioit regarding the al leged leg-ironing of Kerguson and other pri .?;f)nors at the time of Un; Ujoken llill strike, many years ago. Mr. ('aim said the Labor : Party had deprecated the prisoners in (pies tmn being treated in such* a manner. Air. Oakes declared .Mr. (.'aim and his friends had not bson particularly solicitous as to whe ther tliev were loir-ironed or not. as thev did u::t move their condemnatory motion against tiie Dibbs' Government until six months la ter. Mr. McGowen said the fact of the Dibbu' Government putting leg-irons on the prisoners did not justify Air. Wade in doing so. He concluded excitedly, 'Vou leg-ironed ; -iionest men, and you will be punished tho ' samo as tlie Dibbj* Government was punish ed for le ironing men who were not crimi nals. ' Tiie iiouse then adjourned amidst disorder.

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THE MEAT TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

Til 10 MliAT TROUBLE. I surprising developments aro expeetcd m connection with thq nicat tnaible. fJotli sideJ ar» determined to fi^ht to a iinisli.

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ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

ATTl^fPf TO AVUKCK TliAIN. A deliberate attempt was niado yesterday tu wreck the Warburton passenger train in Victoria. A sleeper was placed across tho rails, but it was knocked aside by the loco motive.

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THE CAMPAIGN OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

TH 10 CAMPAIGN OPIONIOl). Ihe .Minister for hdiicatioii opened dm campaign at Glebe last night. An attempt to break up the meeting failed.

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"THE ONLY INSTRUMENT OF DEMOCRACY". [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

'TI110 ONLY INST It I'M 10. N'T OF DKMOCli Af!Y ' ' Mr. 11. 1!. Wise, supporting a Labor caniii dnte, declared the Caucus was the only ex isting instrument of Australian denioenicv and referred to the Federal Note issue ai a most prudent, statesmanlike act.

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DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

niOATH OF A C10NTI0NA I! I AN. Thus. Hamilton died at the Hnllaral llunc volent Asylum, aged 101.

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MINORITY REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

MINORITY I! lOl'Il lOSlON'TATION. Mr. McGowen, addressing a big meeting :iL .Surry Hills, declared the. Government Piirtv represented a minority of the electors anil their occupation of ollice was a negation of power.

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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

ATTrrnnv saij-:s ok PitomiCK. SVDNKV. Monday. Heavy supplies of varied produce, totalling 80 consignments, were submitted at auc-| tion to-dav before a fair attendance of buy ers. The' market was over-supplied with j chair, and salesmen experienced considerable difficulty in disposing of their offerings, i Prices accepted' for all grades showed a j weakness of 10/ per ton iu comparison with, those ruling at the end of last week. Choice j cuts moved oil' at 4/3 and l/l; prime 3/0 to; \t ? wl '«!/ fi/.l . i.uulnii.i O/O on I ; in ferioT- sold at 1/0. Kxtra choice lucerne jn small hales br-mght the hif.di i-riccs oi ~)jf while inferior was disposed of at 2/0 per cwt. Derrick' tftraw and lucerne chaff were unsale able. A strong demand prevailed for pota- ] toes, and values realised showed an improve ment of 10/ ner ton. Prime redskins c.hang- j ed hands at 7/ and 7/1 ; good from 0/2 to 0/0: ; medium o/O to .fyS ; prime whiteskins made' 0/4 to 10/; good -l/l 'lo o/. ^ Prinu^ cliick-j whe...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910

SYDNEY. The Sydney ^Voul Selling Brokers' Asso ciation renoris : — \. WOO h. j The conditions of the local wool market continue without change. Business, which is confined to dealing with fellmongered par cels proceeds on satisfactory lines, all.avaiU able supplies meeting with 'good competition. ? The next local auctions will be held on Mon-' day, Tuesday and 'Wcdmrsdnv. August 22. 23 and 21. ' | PRODUCK. S.ieepskins. — The market ruled linn nt lato.1 rates. Quotations: Merino, fullwoollcd, 0\(\ to 7:Jd. per lb., thre?-(|uarter-woolIed, ojd to ' 0;Jd., half-woollcd -1 id. to (id., quarter-wool-? led tid. to ltd., pelts l£d. to 3jjd.. crossbred threc-|uarter to fu!lwoo!led -Id. to -id., .short woolled, 3]d. to O^d.', lambs Md to 7d, bro-| ken pieces, 31d. to od. - | Hides. — Best sorts were at times l-8d. per lb. better, while other lines ruled Jinn. Quo tations: Queensland hides, heavies ((iOlb. and up), 7d. ner lb and un; medium weights (10 to r»21b.), (-ul ta 7 Id. liirlitu oi'.b...

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