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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE SECOND BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. j (From our Correspondent). Tm.,. sivrnvn \\ vi.i.d'r 'I ]j-« Coveromcnt can ccrtainly be congratu lated on their ability to keep a secret. Un til the Chief Secretary introduced the Bill for the second ballot, r.o one knew what shape their proposals for electoral reform would assume. As the second ballot is the. simplest mode (on paper) -»i' securing a ma jority vote, and thus n! allowing the elec tors to do their own selecting at the ballot box, instead of having i(, done for thorn by tlie party wire-pullers, it was thought pro-', bable that the choice won).'} fall on this ex- J pedient. But no one mib-ide th« charmed rneie was c.uiain uui.'i itie annoonceyueiiL was actnallv made. Tho object of the re ticence, apnareutlv, was to evade llio storm c.f adverse criticism which bursts upon any: definite proposal sis soon as it is made known. That is to s:iv unless it. is a proposal which is in accordance with the fallacies which are cherished by the uoisest croud. As ...
STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910
statio politics;. In I no Assembly leave was given to intra diu-e a Hill for the socond ballot by :i| voids to II). The .second reading, was lixed for to irght. The (Tcrirul Work'-is' llill ami tlm KMierios' Hill were passed through commit tee. The House sanctioned llio purcliaso of :US.) acres neiir Goiilbuiii, 11!, 1(1 1 acres near Gunning island railway station, and 1HI0U acres near Forbes for closer settlement pur poses.
AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 16 August 1910
AN APPRECIATION. &nbsp; &nbsp; We heard to-day many expressions of re- gret at the death of Mr. Cohen, and words of appreciation were spoken of his life. Mr W. F. Tribe, solicitor, is one of the oldest friends in town of the deceased gen- tleman. Speaking to a representative of his paper, Mr. Tribe said they had been as- &nbsp; &nbsp; sociated together for over 45 years, and had had business transactions for something like 35 years. They had been fast friends, and &nbsp; he felt the loss of his sincere friend keenly. Mr. Cohen was always an upright and honor- able man, and never oppressed anybody. He &nbsp; was ever ready to extend the helping hand. As a husband, father, and brother he knew him to be lovable and loyal. In public mat- ters he did not fail to take his place, having as he did the welfare of the town at heart. He might characterise the late Mr. Cohen as being 'straight as a die' in private, pub- lic, and business matters, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
j Local! QpiEoai PoBB, 1g)1©J ' ? TO 151515 ' ELECTO'Si®. j * ? HOW TO I i I Vote that the Number of Licenses existing i » in the Electorate continue ... ... j ; I Vote thnt the Number of Licenses existing | \ in the Electorate be Reduced ... ... f * I Vote that No Licenses be granted in the j Electorate ... ... ... ... ... ; | k.b. — THE THIRD RESOLUTiON means that ALL ; EXiSTIRG LICENSES in the Electorate I j WILL BE CANCELLED. f: 1 VOTE in the TOP 8Q8ARE for GIIIIIIfjlKfiE !. I C? LISSISI Iindep GOVERNMENT SDPERVISiOH. | ARTISTIC MILLINERY. The Laclics oC T amworth and District arc invited to inspect our Stock of Trimmed Millinery just opened. STYLES ALTERED TO SUIT. Ercsh consignments continually being opened at Taiiiworth's Leading Millinery Parlor. MIBS IE. 1^, ^eel-Stxeet. THE LEADING WOOL-SELLING HOUSE IN AUSTRALASIA D ALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED WOOL, GRAIN & PRODUCE BROKERS STOCK & STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN SYDNEY Excellent Wool Warehouse Acco...
ANNUAL HOSPITAL BALL. BIG GATHERING OF DANCERS—A PACKED GALLERY. PRETTY AND NOVEL FANCY SETS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
ANNUAL HOSPITAL BALL BIG GATHERING OK DANCKRS— A PACKED GALLERY. P1IKTTY AND NOVEL FANCY SETS. AuotVer big .success has to be recorded in j the .social history of Tamworth, and this is in connection with the Hill) ball in aid of j Tamworth Hospital. The first night, for adults, was on Wednesday, at the Alhamhra Hall, and dancers assembled from the fmir ((darters of the town, whilst the district, it self sent a fair representation. The dancing portion of the population looks forward to ibis annual event, for besides knowing that, they will spend a nij/.ht of enjoyment, they are aware that- by their attendance they are helping in a ^ood cause — to increase the finances of a worthy institution. And the large crowd of onlookers in the gallery know that they also will assist the cause, and that independent of this they will be treated to a gay and pretty scene on tlie floor below. The hall was eliarmincly decorated in shades of pink and green. Above the eentrnl exit a trellised archway w...
FUNERAL OF MR. NATHAN COHEN, J.P. Necropolis, August 17, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
t'UNKRAL OF MR. NATHAN COHEN, J.P. IA recent photo, of the late I Mr. Nathan Cohen. I Necropolis, . Auirust 17, 1910. I know tliou lmst (Trunk of the Lcthn tliut Hows J Through a (und where they (to not lorfc'et, j Thut tsliJvja ovor memory only ici/ose, I Ami takes from it only reyrec. . , ~T. K. Hi:kvi:y. All the charms of early spring prevailed last Wednesday. At Sydney ^Necropolis, ' tho air was redolent of sweet perfumes, for flow ers bloomed luxuriantly all around; while ill the trees and shrubs the voices of many birds made merry music. Tnere, in the afternoon, ivas laid to rest all that was mortal of one .vno in lite for half a century, had occupied ,i proud position in Tamworth 's community: the friend of everyone, the enemy of none, i liarly in the morning of tho previous day, ?iad 'passed to his long home, at tlio ago ol o5 years, Mr. Nathan Cohen ; and now were gathered together - a numerous* congregation )f relatives and friends, to pay to him their last tributes of aff...
OF INTEREST TO THE MAN ON THE LAND. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
'OK INTKRftST TO THK .MAN ON Till-:. LANi). ' (To the editor.) Sir, — 111 a recent issue of the 'Observer' ippoars a letter under above heading, signed 'Elector,' which, although containing 110 .i'.ing remarkable, rwj'uires a little attention. From the contents of this l.'tter it would 1'jC'in that 'Elector' is opposed to the plank .a the Labor platu/rm, winch provides lor cessation of sale of Crown lands, and he is presumably a supporter of the Liberals. Now for the purposes of this letter it is immaterial ivhether the cessation of sale of- Crown lands is a gyod thing or not, but 'Elector' may lave observed that tho Liberals are at the present time buying back for closer settle ment purposes at from £3 to lo per acre land which -they sold for £1. J.meurrently with this there is a Hill at pre sent before Parliament which, if carried, will ?.uceessfully alienate !i, 000, 00(5 acres of Crown land at prices which obtained as far back is 1805, and which might safely be put at, ay, half ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 12 is the date of next regular monthly visit 'to Tamworth of GIHB it BEEMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians if 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All sufferers from any eyo trouble, railing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Qibb and Co., and J. W. Heeman, late Alan igcr and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra ?lough), who have been visiting this town for iomo years, are tho principals, so clients can -oly on the most expert Eye service in con sulting us. Next visit : Monday, September 15
THE LATE MR. S. A. BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
THE LATE'MR. S. A. HARNKN. A correspondent writes : — No better ex ample could be given tho young men of- the district as to what can ho done on a small area of sound grazing laud by a man whose only capital is grit and perseverance, than is afforded bv a portion of the career of the late Mr. S. A. Harnen. He was tho eldest son of the late Dr. R. M. Harnes, of War wick, and followed the profession of a chem ist for some years. Hut the rough and tum ble of the bush had more attractions for him, and the late seventies found him mar ried and working among stock on the out back stations. Coming, to Woolbrook in 1882, he took up laud on the granite for graz ing, but with sheep selling at three or four shillings, wool down to five pence and less, anil everlasting war with flukes, worms, and dingoes, life wasn't all beer and skittles with him. Hut he plugged along through it all, and luck came his way later on when he se cured 700 acres of good, sound, box country at-Limbri, where, by stea...
MDLLE. ANTONIA DOLORES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
SIDI.LE. ANTOMA DOLOR ICS Arrangemenls have been made for .Millie. Antoina Dolores, the charming siie'er to 'ive a concert hei;e on Wednesday, September 7. Among all the great singers she possesses the Jiff™!)1!,,!, ,S aV!J!'i'':'.V-I.S ''i-l--' 'I'l'icciation an-l affcition. Mdlle. Dolores is one ot tlie sweet est and most cultured Kilmers of Imt Hm.. iter womanly personality lias secured for her whole armies ot admiring friends and from end to end of the Commonwealth her name always .evokes kindly reference. And her fame m Australia has not been without bene it to the singer herself when in other lands, because tlu- regard for her was so complete one, ui.il. ino records ot her triumphs tra velled far beyond the confines of this country. Indeed her tours in these lands have left be hind them recollections of musical succcsscr. as unequalled as they were delightful. Mdlle. Dolores is sure of a cordial welcome in Tamworth.
HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 19 August 1910
HORSE PARADE. I'.xaminatioii of stallions by the Govern iitent veterinary surijeon has been proceeding in tlie northern districts for somo weik, past l,he remaining fixtures are: :Taimvortli, Sep tember L'.'J ; Manilla, September, 10 ? Boirna bri, Sootember 1: Invnrell i--. Bundarra, Saotomber 13 : Jlarraba, Septem ber 15; Wnlehn, September 23; Arniidnlc, September 21; Guyra, .September SO; Glen Tillies, September 27; Dee]) water, September , 23; Tcnterlicld, .September 2s).