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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
PERSONAL. Glen limes 'Kxamiiier' says:— 'On Fri day evening la^t the Bov. and Airs. John stone were presented with a handsome sum mounted salad oak salver by the members of the choir, Air. .1. C. AlcCausland as con ductor, making the presentation. I nor to the commencement of service at Dundee on Sunday morning, the adherents of the church assembled, and through Air. C. H. Kiehne presented the Hev. Johnstone with a purse of sovereigns. The rev. gentleman made a suitable response on* both occasions.' A welcome will be tendered the llev. Air. .lohn ston by the parishioners of St. John's, Tam worth,' oil Friday evening next. On Wednesday afternoon last the stalf, of the State Stores, Ltd., met to bid farewell to Air. A. T. Morris, the late head draper, who is leaving Tamworth. All*. Halliday, the accountant, on behalf of the staff, presented Air. iUorris, with a handsome travelling-rug, and spoke of that gentleman's many good qualities and the general regret at his de parture. lie was ...
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Prosa Telographio Association.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. FHDIWAL POLITICS. Tho Minister for Fxtornal Affairs states the Government aro in earnest in regard lo the transcontinental railway. Evidence of that fact will soon be forthcoming. It is presumed that tlio money for tho commence ment of the work will appear iu tho csti. mates. Tho Alinister for Customs stated the Government intended to go straight on with the Land Tax Bill and would puss the mea sure or go out of office. Tho Federal Budget will he delivered on September 7.
Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 30 August 1910
Weddings. The marriage of Mr. John Cleary, son of Mr. Edward Cleary, of Moss Vale, and Miss Agnes May Ponsonby, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ponsonby, of Tamworth, was celebrated in St. Nicholas' R.C. Church on August 17 by the Rev. Father O'Brien. A largo concourse of friends were present in the church to witness the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father, and was prettily attired in a gown of cream ninon, a tulle veil and crown of orange blossoms. She also wore a gold diamond brooch, and carried a pretty shower bouquet, which were presented by the bridegroom. Miss Ada Ponsonby, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and was robed in white embroid- ered muslin, and wore a white silk hat, with tulle trimmings. Her gifts from the bride- groom were a gold brooch, and scarlet bou- quet. Mr. C. A. Nesbitt acted as best man. Immediately after the ceremony the wed- ding party adjourned to Sands', where the &nbsp; wedding breakfast was served, and the usual toasts pr...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
PERSONAL. 4 Mrs. lla'lidav, who has had considerable experience in benevolent works, was nomi nated by Alis. E. .Jortes, and unanimously elected in her stead as president of the Ladies' Benevolent Society. Lord Chelmsford, State Governor, accom panied by Ladv Chelmsford, has been on a tour of some of the north and north-western districts. On Wednesday Lord and Lady Chelmsford were at Moroe. The newly-appointed vicar of Tamworth, the Rev. Johnston,, Mrs. Johnston and fami ly, arrived in Tamworth last night, 'they were received at the railway station by the Rev. Dickens and Messrs. Grayston and Routh. Dr. Arthur Nankervis, late of Tamworth, has satisfactorily, disposed of his practice at Berehip, Victoria, and leaves for Melbourne early this month. The Berehip residents are giving Dr. and Mrs. Nankervis a send off ball. Mrs., Edward -Jones, owing to her early departure from Tamworth, resigned her po sition as president of tho Tamworth Ladies' Benevolent Society at the last meeting hel...
BUSINESS COMPETITION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
BUSINESS COMPETITION. (To tho Editor.) Sir, — In these times of keen business com- 1 petition, it is remarkable to find that tho church, or its ministers, are entering into the fight for the Almighty Dollar. I was surprised when recently reading a local iiiurcn paper u- learn mat tho minister of a particu lar denomination had taken unto himself the agency of a music firm, and I thought it rather striking to read in these davs, when murstcrs can find s-- much t:- occupy their minds, if they desire, in following their holy calling, that a rev. gentleman »!or medium of an advertisement made known to the world that he had entered tho field of com merce. Sti.relv this particular rev. gentle man's stipend is sufficient for his earthly wants, instead of him cutting into local busi ness men. T for one believe, there is no occasion for him to depart from Hie recog nised custom of tho clergy living on the emoluments derived from their sacred office. Yours, etc.. BUSINESS MAN.
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] MR. G. R. W. McDONALD AT BENDEMEER. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. [We -3o not ticcessarily endorse tho opinions of our coiTCrtpojidvuU.l MR. G. R. W. MoDGNALD AT BENDEMEElt. (To tho editor.) te:r, — Repynig to Mr. * Donald, as per your issue of 26th iiust., I owe Mr. Mc Donald a humble apology — judging from ippcurances : unless it may be a case of Shv 'ock's estimate of Portia: 'O wiso young man, IIow much older art thou than thy looks?' I should say that I am old enough, or if lot quite nearly so, to be Mr. MeD.\s grand father, and that therefore I should have had better sense than to be ealigraphicalJy repri nanding him. Unfortunately, for me, o-'d ;i^e does not ?lire me of impetuosity. When I go to a )olitical meeting 'and hear an aspirant for Parliamentary honors, made enticing with -hat curse of politics, £300 a year, accentu ated by a free railway pass all over Austra 'ia, sav that the 'Daily Telegraph' owned it1, the banks and the coal mines, that the hanks paid 12.J per cent dividends: that Mr. Wade had some errors explain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TA RULES. Taken after meals, digest the food. This ]s the natural cure for Indigestion. Food *ialf digested is poison, as it creates gas, isciditv, palpitation of the heart, hoad lc.hes, ' and nianv other troubles. When v-ai take Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules '?on can feel certain von aro not taking nto your system any strong medicine or powerful drug, but simply the natural di gestive elements which every weak stomach 'acks. Olio or two taken after each meal vill positively cure Tndigest'on. Dyspepsia, uid all Stomach troubles. 2./G per tin of 80 Tabules. Obtainable at all stores and Pull nan's Pharmacy.*
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
H. A. BARRACLOUGIL LTD. The Name. — there are two chiet reasons' why the name of Barraclongh is so frequent ly quoted both by trade and public in connec tion with optics. The foremost reason, is that the firm originated and perfected the optician method, which consists in sending thoroughly trained refractionists into the ountry, in scientifically testing each eye, in nauufaeturing the spectacles iu the firm's )wn workrooms, and in guaranteeing satis faction to every client. Tlie second reason is that three members of the Barraclough Family direct the business; Mr. .1. A. Barra vlough is the general manager, M.r. A. H. Bar raclough supervises the Melbourne branch, tnd Mr. II. K. Barraclough represents the 'inn in London. The firm visits Tamworth regufjiHy, and will shortly notify the date 'lid place of forthcoming visit. Appoint ments bv letter to H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., 385 George-street, opposite Strand Arcade, Sydney.*'
THE MUSICAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
THE MUSICAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. All excellent house greeted tlfo appearance of tho Tamworth Musical Society at the Central Mali oil Wednesday night. The chief choral items essayed we.re of a very ambitious cider. With regard to difiiculty of oxeciition and the pourtrayal of varying emotions, the first number on the program me, 'i no .-miners, a setting. ot Longfel low's poem of thi|t name by Sir A. C. llc Kenzie, stood eut by itself, and strangely enough, we are inclined to think tliat tlii's number was better rendered than anv of the others. The composition is not of 'the or dinary 'sing son;:' variety. lOaeh line of the poem is treated with due consideration to the meaning of the words, and it is no small compliment to the conductor, Mr. McKhnne. when wo .vay that lie secured full' measure ot* adequate expression from the force at his command. It is a work, moreover, that re quires more than one hearing in-order to fully grasp its nianv beauties.' The next fu.'l choral piece was Si...
ABOUT YOUR EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
ABOUT YOUR EYES. Eye strain is one of the most nroulic causes \ of headaches. The eye strain is caused by forcing your eyes to do more than they nor mally should, through the vision being defec tive. The return \ isit of Mr. Ernest Bosch, E.S.M.C., of Martin Place, Sydney, will be it the Royal Hotel, Tamwort!., on Tuesday, the 27th September, for consultation on all ?ases of ? eye strain-nr defective vision re quiring correctly tested glasses.*
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
AGUKTLTl'IM L ASSOCIATION. I he usual monthly nieetnw of the commit tee of tho Agricultural Association was .held this afternoon, those present being Messrs. Alex. Matheson (president), M. .1. Connors, \V. Eisher, W. G. Chaff'cv, \Y. M'Lcnnnn, G. I Wiseman, A. Cardalo, G. A. Codriugton, E. | it. King, v . P. (. ensens, and . M'Hitchie. Apologies were received for the absence of Messrs. Leder and Backhouse. The secre tary stated that on looking through next year's almanac he found that a mistake had been made at the last meeting with regard to show dates. Tho dates were fixed for a Tuesday, WedMosdiv. and Thursday, and- rear* March 20, 30 and 31. They should read March 28. and 30. The letter from the Agricultural Department, with reirard to tho proposed formation of an agricultural bu reau, at Tamworth. and held over from last meeting, was considered. Mr. Cardale mov ed that the Association fall in with the idea, and informs the Denartment that it is considered t-hore is a good prosp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 12 is the date of monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB &, BETCMAN, LTD.. the well-lcnown Opticians of 6 Hunter-street. Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from anv eye trouble, fnilinc sicht or hendaohes, should consult us. One of tho prinomals personalis visitq Tam worth (Ohas.-Gibh. lato'principal of Charles Oihb and Co.. and »T. W. Beemian, lato Man ager and Sight Specialist for IT. A. Barra Mough). who havo been visitrng this.town lor some years, are the principals, so clients can rolv on the TiH»«d oxnert 'Eve service in con sulting us. Next visit: Monday, September 1J
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 September 1910
Iii Memoriaiu. IiANGSTOX. — In loving memory of Our dear lather, William Henry XiUiigston, who died September I, 1002. Released from sorrow, sin and pain, and freed fiom every care hy angels hand to heaven ; Conveyed to' rest, for ever there. Inserted l»v his loving daughter and son in-law, Margaret and l^onel Hodder. — ? o to—; ? SlfKIU DAN*. — In lovinu; memory of our dear brother, Ahmso, who passed away Sep tember )th, 1!H)S, a/jed i?l? years. Dear is the jrrave whore brother is .laid. Sweet is the memory that will never fade. 'Roses may wither, flowers mav die, If others forget von, never -will T. Inserted bv his loving sister and brother in-law, Annie and George TnUstin. The TAMWORTH OBSERVER AXD SOUTHERN ADVERTISER. \ KJUDAV EVEXIXG, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. j