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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 6 September 1910
PERSONAL. Mr. G. A. Solomons, of Tamworth, secured third prize in the champion violin solo com- petition at the Commonwealth Eisteddfod, now being held in Sydney. Mr. H. Rudd, headmaster of tlie public school, at Manilla, will retire from the ser- vice at the end of the present month. He has been in charge of the school for 16 years. The death occurred at Bendemeer of Mrs. Isabella Mitchell, aged 80. The interment took place in the Methodist cemetery, Bende- meer, on Sunday, the Rev. Mr. Foreman officiating. Messrs. Callcott and Co. conduct- ed arrangements. Alcssrs. G. A. D, Simpson and 11. A'orke made their debut as singers in Tamworth at the welcome t-- tho Bev. A. AV. .lohnstono nid Airs. Johnstone, on Kridav night. Tlio gathering was much impressed with both gentlemen, particularly Air. Simpson, who nlaycd his own accompaniment 011 a guitar. The death occurred on Sunday of Mrs. Mof- fat, of Church-street, West Tamworth. The deceased lady was 33 years of age, and leaves a widowe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
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Whose Fault Is It? LET TAMWORTH PEOPLE DECIDE THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
Whose Fault Is It ? I i^r TAM\\ 0irm^PK0PLii ukgidio the V i hc-ii ti fotshorn wiu iis a mariner to Mimm' -t ,u C''st'( ,f 10 stl' 1»«B tlw shore nnd ' - t-cK upon It, whoso fault IS itf If tliu red siuteh-ljght is up nnd tho engine-driver de hbciatcl\ pull ahead into another train hlamo tl,,, driver, if u careless woi'l'nnn m1 ! IM, NVi or,,vnm,nB» lr.v to find -,ut how 1U||U.- teeMl ;- hn^jr Bjiir ....-i ji. tiio& to JiikI nut how inanv titmcrs thn tnm has, blamo.tho workman, not tho saw ir I unworth iieoplo who liavo hidnev , pliunt . - niur hackacOio will not take l)o Wr llackacho Kidney Pills, when tliev are pul,'! . tiiL(hcnic 1,1 ''L ll,U »--t tlio u 3I.'iS' - ? J!-I''ns' 'oiirke-slreet, Tam oith, -'n,,. ^ul,s li;o , v-; 1 lia,|u»r'» m.v back and limbs As 1 fo'lt I '! ; 1 Ila-1 l)ai,ls fr-»» head to l-»rtie«lnrly in Uie vieinitv of the Kidneys. I Jmve been .so crippled tint my little Kir I had to help ,„o out'! Tt bed 1 n, rv g', , 'i'' ,T fuI s' pl-md out - .that I -...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
SYDNEY, * AVinchcoiuhe, Carson, Ltd., report: — Wheat. — 'litis market has improved sinci im« l'«t report,- and tliore is a. fairjnquirv or nulling parcels at from 4/ to 4/0J pei. bushel,' wihile chickwJieat is realising from 3/o to a/8. -? °ats.— There is a si iuhtly better demand lor these, but jjrice.H have not changed t/ iu,v ' .extent, best whites selling \t *- Algerians to 2/3 jj«»r bushel. Mmze.— ^Tho bulk of the business in con . '« hein:; transacter il . u1' 1,n,m' althou'di some ol the holders are asking 2/10. while white mtme is realising tip to 2/8 per bushel. Chair. \ allies for this commodity * have ! declined u little oil liist week's ruling nitos.-' nlioiee Hiverintions cf wboi.ten selling in «»»? I 11,0 t!''''1 '/ toN-l/(i, niedium from ? o to 3/1). Heit oaten is briiiging un li ?1/ »er cwt. . . Lucerne. — There is very liltle if, am' clninge to renort in values for this, print, green 1,1 sm-ill' lMles. selling lo 4/, go()(| tc !!/('. other lots, from 2/(i. _ ' Poti...
AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
AUCTION SALES OP PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursdiiv. A heavy supply of varied produce amoimt ng to 75 consignments, was submitted at uiction to-day before a moderate attendance ?f buyers. The feature of the market was good demand for choice quality potatoes, uie domand for redskins from the Northern districts and for ISrownells from Crookwell vas strong, the sellers experienced no diffi ulty in obtaining an increase of 7/(i per '.oil on the rates ruling yesterday. Medium 'lid inferior grades, however, showed a weak icss of. 5/. Forage aud main commodities noved off well at unchanged prices. Choice (Uality chaff sold at from 4/0'to 4/7; prime 'I to 4/4 ; good Jl/7 to 3/9; medium 3/2 to 1/6; choice lucerne chaff brought 4/9; prime rom 1/ to 4/3. Choice lucerne hay in 'dump iale3 realised 4/6 -, irrime 3/6 to 3/11 ; inferior :/8; prime large bales 3/6 to 3/9; good 3/ o 3/6; prime Prownell seed potatoes went inder the hammer nt 7/9; prime table red kins made from 7/ to 7/6; good 6/2 to 6/8; ?ne...
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. Comprehensiveness. — If you cannot l^'l what you want in glasses from H. A. Barra eloiigh, Ltd., you-cannot get it ill Australia, nor iu London nor New. ^ork. rlho firm in il.s equipment keeps right abreast of tlio limes, nun ii-. iiiiieiiiuui - , o..... ? ? ? ? aro most modern. Its capacity to meet re qiiiroinents'nnd to meet them to ii nicety has brought the linn very hi.gh testimonials from ma ny - of our leading public men. It you fool any- discomfort in reading, or any straining or tenderness in your eyes, con sult H. A. Barraclough, Ltd. 3'he firm visits Tamworth regularly, anil will shortly notify the. date and place of forthcoming vis't. Ain—inlihcnls by . letter lo H. A. Bar raclough, Ltd., 38 'i George-street, opposite Strand Arcade, Sydney.'
MONSTER HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
MONSTER HO US 10 SALE. ' Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., annouilcc their monster annual horse sale at Wellington, N.S.W., from 4th to 8th of October next, when they will yard over 1,000 superior horses, comprising 500 magni ficent draught colts and lillies, active farm horses, lorry and plough sorts, also choice iioavy breeding Clydesdale mares nnd ,i number of good useful working station horses, Uncus, miggy norses, auu l«'i'^- Messrs. Bedford, 'laylor and Weston, Ltd., are now tho recognised horse salesmen ol the West, so buyers can attend this hugo annual- sale with confidence ; there will be plenty of horses to choose from and every attention is given to visitors as regards trucking. The bulk of the horses aro coin ing direct to the sale from most of the Sending breeders in the State who always sell to the highest' bidder, lhiycrs are not kept hanging about at the above firm's sales as over 200 fresh horses are yarded every day. Buyers from this district should get ill...
SUBDIVISION OF GLENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
SUBDIVISION OK GLENDON. Closer settlement grows steadily. ine demand for good farming blocks lias to be satisfied and the latest estate to be cut up and put on the market is -4Glendon, yfat well known station near Warialda. Jho property has unusual railway facilities tor «iw. 1 1 1 w, tf'ivi.rsi's tlm subdivision and there are 5 stations practically on the land, 110 point is 11101*0 tiian 3| miles from a railway .station. The whole estate is particularly fortunate as to water, for besides the Gwydir ljivor it has a double frontage to the 'Wari alda Creek. This land is high class country, slightlv undulating and has just tho soil for wheat' growing, lucerne growing, and dairy ing. Some 20U acres of it is at present un der lucerne. Tlio rainfall is ample and aver ages 28 inches. Altogether this subdivision otters a real opportunity to farmers to ac quire choice farms. 'ihe terms have been fixed so as to. give buyers a chance to suc ceed ; only 15 per cent, deposit (that is 3 1 in the ...
BREACH OF THE LIQUOR ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
RRKACII OK THK LIQUOR AC1. I At thc Police Court on Ihursllay, botore the P M , Mr. 0. A. Kdwards, James Alex ander Gilchrist, licensee of tho 'lamworth H::tcl, was charged with keeping his licensed ? A.w%«wk» shmrliiv. Aiomst 28. for the sale of' liquor. Mr. O'Halloran, who ap peared' for Gilchrist, entered a pica of guilty, and stated, in extenuation, that a new barmaid was in the bar 011 the inorn in,r in question, and the licensee did not know of the sale, as he was having breakfast at the time. It being the first ofFence, the P.M. said he wouid impose a line of 10/ with 0/ ? lnlm r.iirmll was elm rued with be ing 011 licensed premises oil August 23 nt a ?time' when such premises were not lawfully open for the sale 'of liquor. He pleaded guilty and was fined 20/, or three days im prisonment, 0110 week being allowed 111 which to pay the. fine.
Casual Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
* Casual Reflections. Adi ei tm ' to 1 -leading article appearing in tho 'Obsorver' some little tune -nil?, it is 'satisfactory to realise that tlio committee of ho Agricultural Society is determined to folio cii'lv -tons for tho embellishment ol tho now show ground area, at West lam worth, and tho decision to hold a show 111 1-)11 ic in he commended. Having gone so fir it is incumbent 011 tho committee to make ovrv effort to hold the show undor auspices that will win popularity and pres ' tigo for the Association. Jo win public patronage and favor, to arouse a keen 111 torest among those who comprise the. pro Slicing interests of the district, should oe tho set purpose of that body, and once es tablished on this basis the show will assume that status the importance of the district demands. Surrounded by rich possibilities, and being excentionally endowed as regards agricultural and pastoral potentialities, Tamworth should well be able to run a sterl ing exhibition, and when - the p...
TELEPHONE CHECK RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
TKLKPHONK CHECK. RKCORDS. I he Deputy Postmaster-uoneral writes : — It has been brought undor notice that a cir cular has been issued to telephone subscrib er;:, advertising a telephone check recording system. The form to be used for the pur pose has a column for each day of the week, Sunday executed, and a place to show the cans aim i no uaiut. ...... .. record of the calls transmitted by the sub scriber to the Telephone Account Depart ment, for comparison with thc official re cord. These forms are unauthorised by the Department and in order to save subscrib ers the trouble and expense which would bo caused them in sending them in, it is noti fied for public information that no notice whatever will bo taken of these check re cords.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES. Taken after meals, digest tho food. Tlii« in the natural cure for Indigestion. I'oud half digested is poison, as it creates gas. aseidit.v, pnlnitation of the heart, h»»d aohes, and inanv other troubles. When von take Dr. Sheldon's Digestivo lalnile. you can fool certain you aro not^ ^taking into vour system any strong medicine or powerful drug, but simply the natural di gestive elements which every weak stomach hicks. One or two taken after each meal will positively cure Indigestion, Dyspopsia. nnd nil Stomach trouble.1?. 2/(- per tin of 80 Talmh's. Obtainable at nil stores and Pull man's Pharmacy,*
LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
' LAND APPLICATIONS. The following applications for land have bejii lodged with the local Crown Lands A- ent: — 1\ H. Capel, n.c.p. 4'iG\a, p. North Br.rrana, e. Darling; R. G. Chapman, a.c.p. HloOa, p. Kumur, c. Darling; W. V. Doyle, sp.l. loa, p. Cli ft, c. Ruckland; G. K. W. Kinhlcm, sp.l. 110a 2r, e. Parry, p. Moolum m oia.
THE DOLORES' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
THE DOLORES' CONCERT. Mademoiselle Antonia Dolores is quite by horaelf whou it comes to clnssilieation. It is the case with most singers, or instrumen talists, for that matter, that one is apt to compare them with others within our recollec tion. Hut the consummate vocal skill of the world-famous artiste, whom we were privi leged to hear once more on Wednesday M'SJW, ..W.MO .-M.M.VM,.,, Ill nil IIHiiy nun mo ordinary critical functions, and all that is left is to record an account of the program mo so fascinatingly rendered. We think it is generally agreed that Mademoiselle Do lores is at her best ill the lyric stvle. Few would venture, we maintain, to dispute this after hearing the exquisite interpretation of Haydn's canzonet, 'My mother bids me hind mv Hair,' or of tho bracket of Brahms' Lie del', anil it must not for a moment be con sidered in the light of deprecation of tho artiste's ability in more dramatic numbers that we should express our appreciation of these and similar it...