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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

Whit© Star Line --VTA'raMA DUR REGULAR four-weokly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-scrow Steamers, 'AFRIC,' 'MEDIC '^'PERSIC,'' 'RUNIC, -nnd 'SUEVIC.' FARES — Capo town or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3s. London, £19 to *.30. Now York, Boston, etc., £2o/5 to £3G/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA TION. Cargo of all descriptions carricd at lowest ^Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, auu America on most favorable terms. . . . ,« j. Tho highost class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produco, Fruit, etc. For Rates of freight, Pamphlota, etc., ?nply to— DALGETY A CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastlo, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN, end LONDON, via : PLYMOUTH. 'DEGULAR. First and Third Class Pas Xa; eongors carried. FARES. — Saloon — Lortdon; from £'-7. . 3rd x Class— £10 to £20. . Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class— £13/13 to £.17/17. Round tho World 1'ickots from £120 10a. ? Freight...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

SMOKK CONCI'lllT. : A stuoko concert has heen arratmed ill aid ?viiAvv..: v.«if a distressed member of tlio Typographical fviuptv 'Tlie ( onri'i't. will take place ill tlio .. ? Oddfellows' Hull to-niornnv (Wednesday) night, mid tickets of admission are only 1/-. ,?/.«-? .. » -.? i ^Refreshments will b-v dispensed (lurinj; tlie .! ovenmg.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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LOCAL NEWS. ADDITIONS TO THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

LOCAL NEWS. ADDITIONS TO T1 1 H HOSPITAL. Al n spot nl incctiui; ol' tlio committee of ^ i nmun(;unieiit of tlio hospital on I'ridii y ni^lit v- lfc was decided to accept t)u-. tender of jlr, 1?. A. Stnnliold, nt £1)237/17/-, for additions ,. i to tlio institution.

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

GUNNEDAH. Messrs. Hawke and Treloar's' renort of Uimou .snlo on Friday last: — Old to Od ner dozen -- Butter, Ud to Is nor lb ' Vowls; 2s (-d to .)s lid per pair . ? ? ' Oranges, 2sdo 3s ' v- ? ? - Marmalado OraiiijeSj Is 3d' Lemons, Is 10d Autoes, 2^ LI - . '.w.-.-.--'.'..- » f^bbug-?'-. -hi to 0d ' Honev, Is. 3d AVines. ly

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THE NEW VICAR OF ST. JOHN'S. THE REV. AND MRS. JOHNSTONE ENTHUSIASTICALLY WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

THE NEW VIOAR OF ST. JOHN'S. Til K liKV. AM) MUS. JOHNSTONK KN Tll 1\SIAST1CAIjLY WKLCOAIKI). A verv large number of parishioners of St. John's Church -and representatives of other denominations assembled in St. John's school room on Friday evening last, in order to join in the welcome tendered to the Bev. Arthur Johnstone and Mrs. Johnstone. The Bev. llarxis Walker occupied the chair, and said it was a very pleasing duty to offer a cordial welcome to the new vicar! The hall was verv tastefully decorated, ro picsenung a drawing room. A high-class musical programme added much to the en joyment of the evening. Light refreshments were handed round, and were much appreci ated. . Apologies were received from the Bev. James Cosh, Dean O'Neill, Bev. K Pock- I rail. Adjutant Uilder. and Messrs. G. Loder, A. T. Johnston and K. .1. Hallidav. Proceedings were opened bv selections well rendered hv an orchestra arranged hv Mr. F. Den . As Alr.s. Johnstone entered the hall she was made the recipi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

SYDNEY. ? .Tub u Undue and Co.. Ltd:, report: — i Tidlow. — Catnloirues aggregated-. 2S2 caskf !? —the smallest: .total for- some time. Out of j 'K this number 100 Wore passed in. A few line? ' j of exceptional .quality reached last week's* , ?. higlirst price, j-nt, geucrallv speaking, value?' u.. . were 5s lower, deniand being, however, keen |v; ... ni'j well dNtrfbuted. i v - 'Sheepskins. — A soeno of great animation ? .. M*as witnessed while -tiur auctioneer was in thr I - hex. biddings minimr in with such vim and (: ranidity as to render the work of booking the j p..: sale a difficult task. All i-rades realised the h: .i . hi«.st rates -»f last week. AVe obtained tJie j zy. extreme j)ri-?e of 8Ul for a 1ar-:e and attrac v ? tivo line. j ?i: Hides. — Queensland contributions were nn *:? usually large, while Now Zealand was also re j presented on the., catalogues. Heavies firmb- 1 laaintaiued their position, .but medium and, ?/. .- light averages were frequently an l-8th 1 i? low...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING OF TAMWORTH AUXILIARY. ADDRESS BY MR. C. E. BOWDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING' OK TAMWORTH AUXILIARY. ADDRESS 15Y MR. C. E. HOAVDEN. At tile Contral Ilall 011 Kriday evening, tho animal meeting of the Tamworth Auxili ary of the Hritish and l'oiei;;ii ISible Society M'as held. There was a fairly good attend ance, but the coincident holding of other functions the same evening accounted for the absence of many sympathisers and rriends ivlir* wmiM ntlinru'ieit linvo ni'incnnt T1w- meetin' was decidedly uni-iue in one respect, inasmuch as no less than four ;rontlomv.n oc rupied the chair at various intervals, namelv, Bev. J. Cosh, Air. McKie, Bev. James Col well, and Air. T. M. Newman. Tliis un usual procedure was due to the fact that the gentlemen mentioned were cutting the ninht into more than one part in attending other gatherings. The rosiiion was humorously commented on hv the Bev, Cosh, under whose regime the . pvoreodings were inaugurated by the singing of a hvmu and prayer. Bev. Cosh said ho could not say t...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Mondav. A heavy supply of varied produce, totalling 80 consignments, was submitted at auction to-day before a moderate attendance of buy ers. Chaff niet with brisk demand, and prices realised showed an improvement of 5/ per ton on the rates accented at the end of last week. Choice (pialitv moved off at from -I/O to 4/0; prime at 3/11 to 4/4; good at 3/0 to 3/0. Dairymen operated heavily in lucerne hay, and prices ruling on Saturday last were well maintained. Prime quality in half bales was disposed of at 4/ ; medium at 3/ ; prime large bales at 3/7 and 3/8 ; medium to good at 2/7 to 3/3. Prime lucerne chaff changed hands at 4/ ; medium at 3/; inferior at 2/3 and 2/4. Prime oaten rack hay com manded 4/1. Medium c.hickwheat was pur chased at from SJ\h to 3/0; prime dry yellow maize 2/9 to 2/91. Potatoes were heavily sup plied, and prime quality sold well at late figures, while medium and inferior grades showed a weakness of .5/ ner ton. Prime redskins...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

SPORTING. ^ Tlie Collowing are the results of Salurdav'- Warwick .1' arm races: — ;) 2 miles.— Lenioiiwood. 5 H V , n1^ 1; Johnson, 9.1 (J. Stewart; ?V O . Won 1)V a head hme, Siiiiii. uSsecs. Winner, (i to i against' /II Tit 'i11! fm;|ong.s.—I,a Pistol, 7.4 !',; ?„ l!'cnnan) 1; Silver Hamilton, 9.7 (\ Mieid ; Ti nU-1'' i' -° (V-' n'vm,) ;5- Won i., 'o l aiiin't 0' lln''- li,JSUCS- 12 Bandwiek Stakes. 1 Miln ? r ., -iacK) j; Styria, 7.11 (AV w / ',y t,rn 'i.„d a half lonjuis. Timo lmin JV sees. Winner, (i to 1 against, ' lm,M' 4' E Pil'-e? 1 ? 111 ir \ ^ hixen, !).5 (,| (I. lI™Jl'i;;,riii, ti,7 (D. . Dinke) 3 AVri ?V I, head. Time, 2 miu. l.Tsecs/ ? -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

A MODERN REMKDV Dr. Sholdon's New Discovery f«» , Tniible. and C'^-'ds ;;cts to tho roof ol the f and cir--t.s a Dcrmaiieiit cure. 1 1 «.' . , ?AI. Obtainable at all stores and l'ulUw'1 ' Pharmacy.* 1)1!. SM HIjDON'S .MAGN'KTIC cures lliieiiinutisni. Tt will l'1'1'') 11 , ? 'r},,), vorv bones, soothe end subdue the p. ? j it in freely. It. will no! blister or b 1 shin. Hub il in. and the mini will '?-!, ? . -?11 11 't. belli but. do you ;;ood. o.-.-nij 'AI. Obtainable at till stoics and 1 ulljuan s Phunir'cy*

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FAILING TO SEND CHILDREN TO SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

FAILING TO SEND CHILDREN TO SCHOOL. the following were fined 2/15 and costs (5/ ill each case for failing lo send their children to school for a period not less than 70 days for the half-year commencing January 1 and ending .Tuue 30: — Henrv Ilall, Xeil Moy (two charges), John Cannon, Walter Markwoll (two charges). Samuel John Hunt was fined 2/(5 and (if costs for failing t„ send one child to school tho requisite number of days, and for failing to send another child (second of fencel was fined HI and Ctl costs. George AVil ton, iTenry Price, James Sanders and M:-r- garet Reynolds -were similailv charged, and notice was given of defence, the cases being, adjourned for a week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

| Marvellous lakes ? 1 § In Baize, Splash Mats, Sc. | 3 ? ?®«®l 8 @ We have just, received a whole £ @ shipment of Table Oil Baize and ? @ shelf Baize, Splash Mats, Etc. $ ® s 5 They are beautiful hard- wearing g ® qualities, designs and plain styles, ? @ scolloi)ed and straight edges. 9 U Bought from the maker direct 9 2 and offered at remarkably low® ® prices. # ® ? H Values such as we are able to offer J © now never were possible before — 2 J never would have been possible J @ if we had not bought direct from ? the man who made the goods. J ® .. -- ? (0 s-t/K, st\ t n A ^ f /y™{- STORE/? THAT f/J SELLS TOR CASH AND V-iAVES YOU iMONLY. X 5 WiaAm^tegam, Jmumd. i 6 PAL AC OF TRAD£ . .sN^JAMWORTH ^ X 90 $ 'VSTANTED. — General for Groat Northern W I J 0 t-'l . Apply »t once. WANTHD a Gerjrral iServeint. Apply, JUift. McCOY, District, School, Tam worth. TaTSTANTKD.-— A small Housemaid, jis.'-i.Tt VV ill h:ir. Also kitclienman. A i-|»ly, M is. TItTM, C 'silcclonititi Hold. ~X\T ANTED! —...

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SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

SEIUOUS CHARGE. \\ auiwTight Morgan Jack Jones and George Strike were charged with committing a serious offence at Tamworth on September Tho police asked for a remand for a week. .Tones said be objected to a remand. Tho P.M.: There can be no objection, if tho police say they want a remand for tho production of evidence. The accused were remanded. Bail was not applied for.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

.'?e dn-vtiir looked sad as he gazed at tlie lad M s nianiier was grave and uneasy. ? ?f 1 one only cluuice was a winter in France Or a sen trm as far as Brindisi. Ihe youth w.tli a wink reidied, 'Yes, 1 don't think !'' ' ' \V lr,',nS'r 'f 11 ''heaner niedicanient. tto-)(K Great Pepnerinint Cure was the thing to be sure, . ^'^diean'^T^* c'u^e ^iro11^1 Pre*

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TAMWORTH DISTRICT CRICKET UNION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

TAMWORTH DISTRICT CRICKET UNION. ? ? o :o ? ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of Tamworth District Cricket Union was held at the .Commercial Hotel on Friday night, Mr. AY. F. Tribe, pre sident, being in tho chair. REPORT. The vonoTt awl hnlnnrctshoct wore rend 5Uid adopted. Tlie following is a cony of the report Tho .council of the Tnnnvorth Dis prosentinix the annual report and balance sheet. The finances of the Union are very satisfactory, .showing a credit balance of £12 r-/. A now system of club cricket was intro duced at the hejiinnin^ of last season, in place- of divisional cricket which has been carried on for the oast three years. Under tho new scheme plavers are balloted for, and ?miv new plavers coming to the town wore dealt with in a like niannor. The new iden was a ixreat success, which is proved bv only points seraratin«r the three town t«*ain^ There were four clubs formed and affiUnt^d nith vcur - Union,-* viz.: — Carlton, Hoval Standards, Alhions, and the only countr...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

HARKET REPORTS. TA^nVOllTH. AV. T. Callcott and Co. renort last Friday's sale as under: — Butteis lOid to 1/0A. Kggs, Td tt» 8d lOggs, duck, 8d to Is Dripping, il id to od llacon, 7Ul. Brooms, Is 2d to Is B-! v Honey, 2s to 2s 3d 71b. tin Honey, 12s per ()0!b. tin Tea, Is Od.per olb tin Cabbage Plants, 2d to Id hunch Lottucc Plants, Id per hunch Ueet Plants, 3d per hunch Oranges, Is 3d to 2s 0d ^-case ^Oranges, 4s 0d to 5s (id ner case ?Mandarins, Is 3d to 3s 0d i-caso Lemons, Is 3d to 3.=; i-case Tiemnns. (-s i-case ; bi!(|uats Is 3d l-ca.?e ' Passion Fruit, 3/9 \-ease. * Apples, Is 3d to 8s Od 1-eascV. i C!ahhages, Od to 2s Od per dozen . : Cauliflower, good, 3s 0d to 8s Od dozen Cauliflower, small.. Is to 3s dozen . - (.'arrets, Is to 3s (id dozen bunches Turnips, Is to 2s J-ewt. Turnips, fis to (is Od per hag. Beet Hoot, Is 0d dozen bunches. Pumpkins, Is Od to 7.s 0d dozen lCsehalotts, Is Od dozen bunches Honsters, Is to 0s 3d pair ~ . Hens, 3s to os Od pair Ducks, 0s 3d to 7s O...

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WAGES CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

WAGES CLAIMED. I nomas _ Jones claimed £3 for wages due from ^ tho Trouch Gullv Copncr Company. Verdict for plaintiff, with court costs (-/. wit ness' ovirenses .C 2 I-f/11, and professional emts ?-!,'. William Williams claimed £0 IPs 0d f---' wni'es from smile coninany. Verdict for etnint'lr, with ().y court costs, and professional 21s. Edwjrd Hu-.'1'es clair''d Pr- f;ai' s:u--« -''iivuiv for W!\'es. V'M-d'rt. for i-ln-, b'ff -,.,fl, fi,. pni,,^ rr',fesci'Mv,l poefs 21s. ?Tuiii'is; I. ni l'e'-f'-'d c 1 'i -' -. K'1 f1;, j,,. w ? i- -? - f'-nm tamo foim-aiiv. Verdiet fur r ] n i 1 1 1 - f r with fis court costs, and nrofossional costs 21s

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CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

CONSULT Jilt, S. A. HASSICK, I Jlr. S. A. Uasscr, the. eminent Vienna optician, holds the very highest, certificates secured by actual examination in Vienna, .Berlin, Dresden, London and New York, lie is also a qualified .'muster of tlio liritish Op tical Association. Mr. Bassor desires to give tlio greatest liossiblo number tho benofit of his skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the night, ins coming visit 10 vnm town offers a snlendid opportunity of having tlio oyes nroperlV attended to, and all visual dofects corrected. Mr. Bassor has devoted nuiclt tim« to tlio study of tlie eyes of tlie young, niul parents should note this fact, and bring tho children to him 'for examination. A f»v minutes now may save groat expense in the future. Jlr. Basser is solo agent for tho 'So Easy' rimless glasses — quite tho most comfortable it is possible to get. Ho employs no agents, and may lie consulted ill norsoii at the Roval Hotel, Tamworth, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

. A GUICST POLISHING PROCteS. A now and astonishingly simple, method of - plating any metal service has been placed on tlio market under the name of 'Galvan- it,' which has had a Phenomena] demand in the old country. The preparation is a pow der without anv poisonous ingredient.':, and can be used without (Jio slightest fear oil . electric-plalet' ware and cookery utensils. ol.e. Tt is truly a wonderful invention, and should prove a great boon in tho home circle. Tlio application is most siinnle, no prelimin ary chemical required. Tt is merely rubbed oil with a piece of rag or brush, when the ar ticle is at once renovated as new. Iloffimiig and Co., are the Sydney agents.* OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 12 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GITIR A BREMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Optician? of G Hunter-street. Sydnoy. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Honrs : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of t...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.) ALLEGED STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910

POLICE COURT. ? :o : ? MONDAY, SEPTUM BJilt 5. (Heforo Jlr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.) ALLEGED STEALING. Ueorgo llcrnard .Icnnings and Edward Coupland Milns were charged with stealing one bottle of whisky, valued at 7s (id, the pro perty of 'William liichard Solomons, at Tam worth, on September 3. Accused were re manded for one week, bail being allowed, self in C20, and two sureties in £10 each or one in --20.

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