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MOONBI TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
MOOivDI TKIiliPUONIO. I Ho-..follon-ni(r loiter has been received fiom Mi J' ( h'oster, M.ll.l!., from the . . iJOjjuty Postmaster General: — 'With refer ?? to previous correspondence respecting 0,'1I. * e.'l that a public telephone bo es .... tablifilu-d at iHoonbi, separate from tho rail ? ' 1 'ia-e r.'ie Honor to inform Jon (hat it is considered advisable to retain tho existing post and telegraph office at the Moonlit [.i.Im.iy station for the present, and tho pio\ islou of Miiblic telephone facilities at 'that i lace \\ ill he dealt with in conjunction with tho proposed trunk telephone line be tween Tamworth and Glen Inties which v r.tid under consideration. To provide public telephone facilities at the present stage foi Moonbi railway station would necessitate the ? oros'tion c f ^ eleven miles, of metallic circuit toiephone line, and the expenditure involved would not be warranted.'
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
AVEST'S PICTURES. it ,, sr 'lctln-'!') shown in the Central . -- 11,1 II oil .Sataurday. night, were excellent, tile : ? -. . .-.aitdiciii.o .greatly appreciating them. Special pictures were shown of the Kine's funeral Amongst the othoi suhiects depicted wero . ncemo. comic, topical, educationa'i; and dra ... .... ruit n. ?? An entovtamment will he given in the hail every Saturday night.
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
RAINFALL. ^ i\noT,nei tail ot rain occurred during Mon ? f, ay luglit, t-,ie rcgist rat. ons to 0 a.m. to-day being as follows :— Aimida'e 10, Barrnbn IS, . ISoiidomeer 26, Bingara !)8, Ilonrke 22. Bog ? Kahri -15, Cnoiianiblo 18, Clarence Heads 12. Glen Times 77, Goodooga 35. Grafton 7, Gun : nedah 41 . Manilla 33, Millie 33. Moreo 70. -Mungiindi.GO, Mbgil Mogil 4-I, Narrabri 70', . iannvorlh_.«, Tentorrield 1)2, W'aljjett 19, , .AA^iii.ild.i 71, Aetman 135. Tamworth rain fall, from 1st January, 188 points.
AUCTION SALE POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
AUG 1ION SALE POSTPONED. uwmg to t.ho heavy mm on Tuesday last,1 . AV . Hnband-Smith -and Co. announce in '..this,' issue that the sale of Mrs. Doolev's : furniture and effects, which were .to have iiosii submitted to auction en that dnv. has . been lxist, poned till Thursday next, 7th inst., at 11 o'clock. Tho furniture is practically Ptuv, having been purchased this year, and tho lot will he disposed of without reserve.
GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
GUNNEDAH. Messrs. Hawke and Treloar report : — The following were tho juices realised at our union sales of farm and dairy produce on tho 1st inst. : — Eggs, 1/5 to 1JG per doz. Butter, 1/1 per lb. Fowls, 3/U to 5/ per pair. Turkeys, !)/(- per pair. Mandarins, 2/4 case. Oranges, 1/8 to 2/4 por case. Pineapples, lid. each. Apples, 5/1) case. Pumpkins, 3/ to 4/ per doz. Cabbages, 0/ to 7/ dozen. Fish. — New Zealand, 1/3 each. AVino. 1/- bottlo.
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
QUIRINDI. Fleming, Itobey and. Ross, of Quirindi and Giuincdaii, report as follows: — Sheep.— During tho last three months there lias been a steady inquiry for all classes, young wethers and crossbrods boing chiefly in request. They have completed sales aggregating 40,000 (direct and in con jumiiim wiiii onier agents; lnciuuing vno following: — A/c A. B. . Henderson, 25G0 wethers and mixed hogget^; a/c George Hobinson, 1532 mixeil shoep; a/c AV. Hyom 1'5() crossbreds; a/c A. E. Bigg, 11' 0 mixed sheep; a/c. F. C, Nicholls, 1G38 mixed sheep: a/c J. H. Juril, 2703 ewes ; a/c Geo. AVhite, 2008 wethers; a/c B. J. feeerv. 1417 wethers; a/c G. D. Robey, 2237 ¥i? 1Si' A. Godhold' 1080 wethers; a/c A\ a hallow Estate, 10G7 owes; a/c 10. J. 3075 wethers; a/c H. E. .Proctor, 1/37 wethers; a/c B. Porkins, 1(530 wethers; n/c N arious Owners (in small lots) 14,77(5 mix ed sheep. classes have been fairly cheap, aim not much doninnd, with the e'xeoptiou !|,„v ''''l -r»20 head of cattle, in-: ? bu,...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
SYDNEY. ,,, , , AVOOL. , the 30th'nHSU ''n15 mMon lf)0i)-;l0 «» 82'' 7ifl i i \ ! swisnn was a record one, ? Rv-]»oy market, as 7-,-',jn0 bales in 1908-0. The 3.1211, ?in,l r , f''' K'eiisv wools was ivornV. ' S('0,''cd wool, 23311). Tho t.o values per Ualo were Greasy £13/ 0/7, clean £15/13/0, greasy and clean £13 1I//I. The net exports of New Smith AVales wool wero 1,033,89(5 bales valued at £11,181, 00(5/1(5. as compared with 973, 13G bales val ued at £ll,47l.S95/G/3 during t';:e previous soason. The sales in Svdney, 822,718, wore greater than the combined sales of Me!-.| bourne, Geclong, Adelaide, Brisbane, anil Tasmania, viz., 807, 8G1 bales. Adding 257, 4(5(5 bales sold in Now Zealand gives air Aus tralasian total of 1,838,045 bales against (578, 500 bales of Australian wool sold in London. PRODUCE. - Sheepskins. — Crossbreds were unchanged, but merinos wero generally a quarter lower ; rough and hurry sorts being Jil. to Id. per lb. lower. Quotations: Merino full-woolled Gd. t...
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
LICENSING COURT. A sitting of tho Licensing Court was held yesterday before Messrs. 11. S. Hawkins (chairman), W. II. Leak, and T. M. New man. WINE LICENSE. A renewal of the colonial wine lincenso held by S. A. Braze), Niangala, was granted. Mr. W. F. Tribe appeared in support of tho application. PERMISSION FOR ADDITIONS. Approval for additions at R. D. Davis1 Locomotive Hotel, Currabiibnla, and for ex tra stables in connection with E. II, Nail's Commercial Hotel, Tamworth, was granted. Mr. AV. F. Tribe appearing for both appli cants. ADJOURNED. Tho application of J. F. Hyson, Moonbi, for removal of his license to other premises, was called on. Mr. Creagli (of Croag.h and Croagli), for applicant asked for an adjournment. He snid that proceedings were being taken in tho Eipiity Court with a view to restraining the objector from going oil with the objec tions. Sir. Enl\;and, for the ohjcctor, consented, and tlio matter was adjourned until tho 25th. J. F. Hyson, application for now lic...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
PERSONAL. Air. W. B. Flaunery, who for a number of years, has beep connected with tho focal survey oflico as first draughtsman, will liu leaving about tho lGth inst. for Sydney. Ho will ill future curry on duties in. head oflico. Mr. Flaiiiiery's departure will bo regretted by many, for ho is a popular resident. Dur ing his. residence in Tamworth lie has taken great interest iu musical, football, and cricket matters. M'ss Maio, a talented actress, will shortly arrive, in Sydney, 'flic young lady wiio is a niece of Mrs. Pcariiinn, of West Tamworth was in this district about eight years ago on a holiday. She was then quite a child, and those who heard her sing remarked oil her wonderful voice. She is now prima don na in 'The Arcadians,' being plavcd in Melbourne. Until the day she left for Lon don (where she won tho Royal Academy Scholarship) she .-was a v pupil ^f Jlr. W. Shottun, L.A.B., of Newcastle. A successful meeting to make arniange liients for a send off fo Mr. J. Everson was...
QUEENSLAND MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
(Hi EENSI, AN D MATTERS . A new curriculum is being prepared for tho Queensland State Schools, including in struction ill scientific temperature. Tho Minister for AVorks savs ho docs not for a moment entertain tho idea that the public are tired of liberal administration in yitecnsiaiKl. The Premier holds that his Parliament should noxt session pledge itself to a trans continental line. In tho Assembly to-morrow tho Treasurer intends to obtain leave to introduce a Bill for the purpose of obtaining a loan for rail way duplication.
Johnson and Jeffries. Jeffries' Great Reception. No "Shake Hands" THE NEGRO WINS IN 15 ROUNDS. RENO CITY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
Johnson and Jeffries. Jeffries' Great Reception. No 'Shako Hands' TllH NEGRO WINS IN 13 ROUNDS. RENO CITY, Monday Afternoon. Tho crowd was intensely exuberant. Fitztimmons was dragged into the ling and accorded a great reception.' Sharkey and M 'In tosh were similarly treat ed. Other well received were : — Gleeson, M'Cartliy, Coffreth, and Choynski. Johnson entered tho ling at 2.30, and re ceived a tremendous cheer. Jeffries followed three minutes later, and was given the gratest reception yet given to any boxer. Johnson's hands were bandaged with tape. When this ivas discovered Jeffries' hands wore bound with muslin. The combatants did not shako hands. Particulars of the Fight The gong sounded at 2.-1U p.m. Round 1. — Both men advanced cautiously. Jeffries feinted with the left, and John son gunned. Jeffries feinted again with left, and Johnson lauded a blow on the left eye. Jeffries clinched. Johnson appeared strong er in the clinch. An excliango of lefts to the head, and Jeffries...