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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

PERSONAL. Our congratulations to 'Messrs. AV. F. Tribe and J. Denning. To-morrow is the ?I 1th anniversary of their arrival in Tam worth. . At tlie annsiial meeting of . the Koyal Stan dard Cricket Club last night it was decided to send a letter of condolence, to Jlr. A. A. Cohen, one of tho members, in tho death of his father. ? ? ?

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

HHt KIP.K. Ihrco large busines.; promises, together with the stock, were totally destroyed by lire at Warrackiuibeal* Vii-toria.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA'S DRINK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

VICTORIA'S 1)111 NK I MI.L. The amount spent ]ier bead last, year in Victoria on drink was tho lowest during the history of the State.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W.A. TRAM STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

AV.A. THAM STHIKIO. The West Australian Covernmeiil is being urged to institute proceedings against the Assi-mbly J-abor .Member-; who are nl'eged to have interfered with the police in tho exe cution of their duty in couueetisn with the Perth tram strike.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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GIDLEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

GIDLEY NEWS. (From \ our correspondent.) ..On' tjie ltltli rust, a hare drive tr.ok place at Gidley. when .'il3 hares were iicroimted for. There we:'f. 3'JL ,sl:cr:ters, who started from Mr. Oldban^s residence, and aho liuished up the day there. J'.r. Oldhain acted as cap tain. Tlie top S'.'nrcr oi* the day was iMr. Geo. Kvans, .inn., who shot 35 hares. A fox was seen during the drive, but he soon dis appeared from sight.. The members of the shooting rnrf.v -had hmrh at Mr. AY. J. Peek's, aiul tea at Jlr. Oldham's. Ou the 17(1, ? ? ,„1 «-n= lii.lfl over Tnn.rnrat ta, the start being from Jlr. \V. Hallidav's iTsideuce. The 'bag,' comprised 51!) hares and two foxes. The hares from the both drives were sent to Gunnedah freezing works. Another drive will take place on Wednesday, over the new blocks along Goonoo Goonoo road. The wheat is looking we'l ill the' vicinity of Gidley. Twenty points of rain fell ou Friday.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (By wire.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

TO-DAY'S MARKETS. (Bv wircO fe'VDNKV, Tuesday. Sl'SSKX NTItKKT SALICtj. At tho sales to-dav, .wheat brought .1/10J to it/Ill, and barley l 'I liere was a decline of 5/ ner ion iu the price of pota toes, the reducfion being due to continued heavy arrivals from all parts of- the State, Victoria and Tasmania, i'rinie table redskins realised good 5/7 to 0/1 . medium -I /?:» to 5/, prime whiteskins 1/7 to 5/3 per cwt. (.'haii sold' fnirlv well at late values. Prime (|iial It ? ? ' „( -AH) ((, .1/1 irnnr) :«?' to l(/;i, medium S/j to 3./, inferior -'/5 per cwt. Prime lucerne hav, sma/l bales, brought -1/2, medium 3/, inferior '1/7,, choice large bales 3/5 to 3/!), good '2/10 per cwt. Prime oaten ruck hay sold at -1/3, good lucerne chali 3/10, inferior' to medium Swede turnips 1/5 to SI per cwt. Prime chiekwheat changed hands at 3/85, medium to good 3/ to 3.ui, in ferior 2/111 a bushel, prime Algerian oat' 2/3, medium skinlt^.s barley 2 3, prime dry yellow niai/.e 2,/(i and 2/(iS per bushe...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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THE BRISBANE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

THK mm-HANK TUAGICDY. j Tbe Queensvnnd Attorney General has re- i fused to tile a bill against the two blue jack- 1 els charged with the alleged murder of an old-age pensioner. \

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THE RICHMOND DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

THK lUCUMOND DtSASTKH. It was stated at the Richmond disaster inquiry that Victoria was literally miles ahead ( i New South AVales as regards up-to-date signalling.

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PRODUCTS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

PliODirCTS OF VICTOIMA. Tito nroduets of'' Victoria last vear were worth I'll), -I1 1,000, as against five years ago.

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THE POLICY SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

TlIK POLICY KPKKCfL The Premier will deliver the tioveinnient policy speech on Tuesday next.

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THE DEFENCE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

'I'll F, HICFKNCK SCil IC.M K. I .hi? .Minister fin* Defence estimatc.s that nine years hence I here .will he in existence 100. (KM) senior cadets, 111,000 citir.en soldiery (from ages IS to 2'»), and .'.t0,0'H) res-»rv-'s.

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PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MJilCTlN'ti. 'jlio usual monthly meeting (if the I'cul bhiro Council was held at the Shire Olli,,, on l- riday last there being in nttendanco (.oimcillor.s fcmitli (president.), Chalfev 1VM.| Oniian, and l'hillins. 'Ihe Clerk informed H1.' Coumil that Ci . l'orge was on a trin to Victoria, thus accounting for his non-al.' tendance. II Kl'OUTS. 'Ihe luiiance Committee's renort y'riop V' ''''liming to luenci al rund), and ( I rust Kuiid) : aptnoval to es tras contract -IH/10 on'Calala Lane; lines -?') '! rnicd contract L'.-WIO. !»? rninHt.,,1. /:!.*.!' ci lied L'-.», colli l'act 11/10 be 1 educed to t'l ? hues accrued C7, contract 10/1)!), he remil ' ; fines accmfed, coniract bVli) ;H. [ ted. Ihe rcyort showed that the ooiitriirU o the amount of L*!«!70 had been let si,,™ the _ beginning ol the current vear, of wliii-l. .CI-illO had been coiindeted and naid for — Adojitnd 011 Die motion ol! O. Oiiiian 'the. Tender Hoard reporled: — . Contract No. 511/11)1(1...

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Tangaratta News. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

Tangaratta News.. (From our Correspondent). The usual meeting of tho Tangaratta Pro gress Association was held at Mr. II. Woods' residence on 20th inst. Present : Messrs. T. B. Peek (president in the chair), P. Mc. McDonald, A. G. 1-aiikhurst, G. Dobson, 11. Woods, O. W. Ahlerton, J. 1). Hixon, J. H. Wood, K. C. Price (liou. sec.). T'lio minutes of tlie previous meet 1115; were read and confirmed. Moved bv Mr. Alderton, and seconded by '.Mr. .McDonald, that the meeting endorse the action of President! and Secretary in furnish ing additional information re siding at Wal lamore. — Carried. Moved liv Ml'. Wood, and seconded by Mr. Pankhurst,' that a vote of thanks be tender ed to Mr. Lovien for presenting petition to liaihrav Commissioners. — Carried. Moved by Mr. Wood, and seconded by Air. Pankhurst,' that the secretary bo instructed to write to the .Minister for Hdncation urg ing erection of school. — Carried. Moved by Mr. Hixon, and seconded by Air. McDonald,' that the secretary be ...

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HOSPITAL BALL. CHILDREN'S NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

HOSPITAL BALL CIllUMUOX'S NIGHT. lho annual ball in aid of Tamworth Hos pital concluded on Kridav ni^ht, in the Al hambra Hall. The last ni;{ht was for child floor0' Tl ''' ,V°-° ' -»- tlie mi. I bote was ajsam a bi«j crowd of on lookers in the gallery. Mill', '.I Y!'lsi(- 'ils:ts'i'ldi.'d hy .Mrs. Itovlson,' .Misses Iliggms, Moore, and lilair. K ' \ '''I Messrs. O'Donohue and toVs 'S -:i,mu(1 ''t- the duties of 11111s tois ot. ceremonies. 'l ho fancy sets were as follows :— Kitten, ail-allied by Mrs. II. E. Britz — cou;: km^p;, .P™!-0 Vn11 son Mvrtle Nash. Dnphn(» Movers; Samuel Prit?' C'amnhcll. V. Tiornev P !i''' 10'!(' °'1Iiur' Wi,li' wc-o dr^cdii^duh/r;!;;;;!;^' „,mic bol! 3:i|y ' with red rib! byGMi-'s Ti'1 G'()-1 arranged M T I i P ''''Vs 'l,'! Heathcolo. i- 't ,, o ' Robertson, Annie .lohii'on Hi ta McSparau, Constance Pigott. l,ucv Henderson, Beta llansoine; T.'umi. Kindand I . Alderniiin, 1) lliggi„.s, JI. s tiiuli-v,' w' lev 1 V- l'i!!--tt, G. Stan wiiito 'I?'! { ? -'.' a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] "FOOLS WALK IN." ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not ncce5sarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] ' FOOLS WALK IN,' ETC. Sir.— -Kindly allow 1110 space iu your paper to tlianlr Mr. Ma^ill for his ably advocacy of l.ahor cause. In n couple of letters ivhicii appeared in your columns, one in last Tues day's issue, and the other some fortnight, back, lie has given the Labor Party in Tam worth very material assistance, indeed, for if there was anything on earth calculated to put Laboriles upon their mettle, it was Mr. Magill's splenetic allusion to the imprison ment of Howling and his mates, and his open approval of the infamous Coercion Hill. Hut his stock of malignity .was not exhausted ill Ill's first- letter, for in his efforts to effectually (III mil the cause of tho men on whose blood, sweat, and labor he has attained 11 position from wjiich lie thinks he can ali'ord to insult liabnritcs, he accuses me of advocating class legislation. liv this line if argument Mr, Magill endeavours to prove tha...

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TAMWORTH CHOIR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

TAMWORTH CHOIR CONCERT. I Alter a retirement of some months, dating from their Kisteddfod success last Septem ber, the nbovo choir again appeared before the public at the Central Hall last night. That the intervening time bad not been un profitably employed, was abundantly evident. Naturally and inevitably, the personnel of the choir has changed sumcwhat from that of their previous appearance, but though many .oval and useful members have, from various causes, dropped out, others have taken their places, and Inst evening's performance show ed that in enthusiasm and general efficiency v..u uir om» iiiciiaiui iu uuiu men own, or at all events, to make mighty efforts in that direction. The first choral effort was tlie priae part .song 'The Summer,' by a Welsh composer, Gwent. 'Ibis opens quietly with a. suggestion of 'winter i/loom,' which is speedily followed by strains liera.'die of tlie spring, whic.h are again succeeded by a burst of summer gladness, this last move ment bringing to...

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. THE STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

TO-DAV'S TELEGRAMS. I (Prosa Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, TUK STAT 10 KLKCTIONS. It is understood the State elections will bo htt'd not later than October UStb, and that Die new Parliament will assemble about 2s'o « ember ~ht.

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MR. G. R. W. McDONALD AT BENDEMEER. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

MU. CI. II. W. McDONALD AT UKNDK MRKR. (To tho editor.) Sir, — At Bendeineer, on the evening of 20t!i inst., Mr. G.,1L AV. McDon^'d addressed the largest political meeting I have seen in this town. Tn vour issue of 10th inst., Air. S. 11. Magill, of Moonbi, writes, 'When T go to a political meeting X like to hear a political ad dress.' I am like Mr. Ma;n.'!. Who. i t went to Mr. McDonald's meeting irom the lame that nreccded him, I anticipated hearing a good address, oven if I miMit not have agiood with it. „ . , I have had going on forty-six years ex perience in tlio colony, have attended many political meetings, nave ne.uti . .wim. political speaking, but for pure unadulterat ed nolitical scurrility and abuse, Mr. Me Donald's address at Hendemeer was nar ex cellence. Of course that is on.y my humble opinion, and as I am not a member cl the Bendomeer Political Labor League, I am a nonentiety. From the sarcastic ^anathemas hurled at tho 'Daily telegraph, b- Mi. McDonald, it is a mar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 23 August 1910

  In Memoriam.     WHITTEN. — In sad, but loving memory of         our dear Grandchild, Stanley Joseph Whitten, who died on 25th August, 1908.     Dear to the grave,   Where our Stanley is laid   Sweet is the memory which never will   fade.   Roses may wither     And flowers may die,   If others forget you,     Never will we.   Inserted by his loving Grandmother and   Grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Peterson.   SWAIN.—In loving memory of our dear   Father, Edward Swain, who died at   'Glenyarrah,' Tamworth, on August 21, 1908.   'Peace, perfect peace.'         Inserted by his loving son and daughter-   &n...

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Parish of West Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 August 1910

Parish of AVest Tamworth. Clergy: lley. AYilliam J. Gerrard. 28th Day — Fourteenth Sunday -after Trinity.' St. Paul's.— 11 a.m., Alatlins and Litany; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Gowrie. — 3 p.m., Evensong. Goonoo Goonoo. — 7.30 p.m., Evenson'. AVestbrook (Alls. Ala l'.l; well's).— 2.30 ° p.m., P.IIiirliiv Selmnl ? '- 1 I I,- ? !... ' Piallaway. — 10 a.m., Coiiriiiii'ation Class; 11 a.m., Alattins and llolv Communion. Currabubnla. — 7.30 p.m., Evensong. 24th Day. — St. Bartholomew- A. and AI. St. Paul's. — 8 a.m., Holy Ccimiuinicn.

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