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CALENDAR—1910. SEPTEMBER—XXX DAYS. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
CALENDAR— 1910. SUPTHMDHK.-^XXX DAYS. i'ii.tsi:s oi' tiii: sioox. ? New Moon ? 4th, 4.G a.m. First Quarter ? I2llt, (i.U ii.ni. Full Moon ? J'.'lh, i.».5i)i.ni. Last Quarter ? — Ot Ii, (1.51 ii.in. ? 'II. «RHA11K.U.U5 hvknw. ! I !!| |g | li — r i 1 i i n. m. 1 1- «|T ] Til « 14 5 :ifi 5 II a 40 op li 12*5 ;w 5 41 3 4(i I fiS fi n;n s' o is 4 51 1 4 ^ 15th Sunday af. Triti. (i 10 5 3H, (i 40 5 52 I CM R «5 30 7 17 (i 51 flTu « 7 5 40 7 42 7 47 7 \Y - fi 0 5 40 8 8 8 43 o'TIi II 55 41 8 36 !- 40 o'p - ' (i 3 5 41 0 4 10 35 ]0'S (I 25 42 -9 IK. II 33 lis- iotli Sunday uf. Trill, (i 05 42 10 II a.m. ioM 5 0(15 43 10 51 12 30 , 13 'Pu 5 585 44 11 41 1 20' 14 \V 5 00 5 44 p.m. 2 1!) 15 Til 5 55 5 45 1 30 3-9 ' . kj'io rj_.M 5 4(5 2 40 3 55 jy|s 5 53 5 47 3 47 4 3G 18IS ''111 Stnulay af. T'rin. 5 515 47 4 55 5 12 . ]n'jl . 5 505 48 0 2 5 4G oq'Tii ' 5 48 5 40 7 11 0 10 oi|w 5 10 5 5' 8 22, 0 45 oo'tIi 5 45 5 51 9 33, 7 24 23 K ? 5 44 5 51 10 4(1 8 0 o.j'y 43 5-52 11 57 S 43 2ri!s IStli Sun...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
SPORTING. (By 'Amateur.') ' It' is very seldom that the hnish ol a Hur dle race proves exciting, but the hurdle event at Warwick- Kami on Saturday last provided a close finish. When Johnson lan ded over the last jump, his defeat appeared out of the question, and his rider evidently took matters a little too easy. The favorite, Lemonwood, kept plodding along, and put ting in a remarkable run down the straight, got up in time to snatch a head victory from Johnson, while Host also finished well and got within a neck of the lirst two at tho winning post. AV. Kelso has no cause to regret his pur chase of Soil of tho Marsh -m the occasion of his visit to England, a few years ago. On Satuiday the horse further demonstrated his galloping ability, when ho accounted for the Randwiok Stakes at tlio AVarwick Earnt. Af ter Styria bad made the pace for a couple of furlongs, Son of the Marsh dashed to the front and soon opened up daylight between himself and the rest of the field, -after which he ...
Nundle Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
Nundle Shire Council. The following Engineer s reports were sub. mittod at the last meeting of the Nundle Shiro Council : — Sharp Turns oil Roads. — In accordance with your instructions I have inspected the sharp turns liitrtJie Tainworth-road at Bacon's anil Prisk's. These turns are dangerous, but no more so iJian any other turn in a side cut ting where the cutting sido is the side turn ed. I submit a sketch of tlie turns at Ba con's, an improvement could be effected by laying out the road as shown by red dotted lilies, but even this alteration ^would not ef fectually enable one to see an approaching vehicle at any great distance. At tho spct marked A'on the sketch there is an available space ot about 15 feet ; outside the presei.t road, and IT the road was made to cxte id that distance more in width, it would give a fair amount of room at the corner. I fail to see any benefit to bo derived by removing tlie point at rcdline, b. c., for by so doing you would create two corners round...
AMBULANCE GLASSES. TAMWORTH AND WEST TAMWORTH RAILWAY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
AMBULANCE GLASSES. TA.MWOimi AND AVEST TAMWORTH it A I LAV AY' MEN. At Tamworth railway station on Tuesday afternoon, Dr. Harris, local Government medical officer, conducted an examination in first aid of those comprising the railway am bulance classes at Tamworth and West Tam worth. Air. J. Bewcs, tho instructor, was present and put the men through their work. The l'tailwav j,ena rtmont is naviim consid erable attention to ambulance work, and it is desired that railway employees ill all branches of the service should be conversant with tile principles of lirst aid, especially in the country. 'I hirtceu instructors have been sent out to different districts this year. Till! work done al Taniwortli oil Tuesday iiicludcd attending to supposed fractures and arterial bleeding, and bandaging all parts of the body for wounds. The men showed a good grip of the work. In the work of rendering first aid for fractures, articles of clothing were utilised, even to a man's shirt. All the members o...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 9 September 1910
PERSONAL. Mrs. De.shon, of Tamworth, is on a holi day trip to Victoria. She will spend a few weeks at Beechworth, prior to visiting Mel- i bourne. I Wo are sorry to hear that Mr. A. C. ! McLeod, Cockburn Shire Clerk, is laid up with pneumonia. We trust, however, he will soon bo about again. .Miss Baxter's friends will be pleased to learn tiTat 'under Dr. MacCormack's caro, she has much improved, though it will be some weeks before .she is quite recovered. Mrs. Lucy Stele, of Walcha, died at At- tnnga on Wednesday, aged 82. The body was taken to Walcha for interment, Mr. J. R. Leggett carrying out the funeral ar- rangements. Our lady correspondent writes: — Mdlle. Dolores graciously accorded several of our local amateur lady singers a hearing after her reception on Wednesday afternoon, nnd wnvmlv encouraged one voung ladv in the rci'fnrilliinro nf hor vnr-:-l i-rl ikmi finn Dr. Green, Bi.-.hop -,f Ballnrat, and for merly of Grafton and Armidale. has received information from England ...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. CAMPAIGN HUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our Correspondent). CAMPAIGN HUMOURS. Of course gentlemen who are certain, liko I Mr. McGowcn, . of winning oS scats out of 90 can afford to take things very philoso phically. Probably this is the reason why tho task of demonstrating to tho electors tiiat they would be better off under the rulo of the Caucus than under that of the present Ministry is so systematically , neg lected. It would be a very tough, if not au impossible task ; and the average human ! mind is so constructed that it dislikes stren uous aiuilicatiou and inveterately inclines to the lino of least resistance. It', therefore, tile work is believed to be unnecessary, it' is easy to understand why it is not attempted. It is easy to abuse the Government — large numbers 'are 'agin the Government' on principle — U) distort and' ilcnnitnoe their best actions, and to exaggerate- those which aro not so good, and thus to present an odious caricature lo the listening public. Itut those who pursue th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
SPEECHLESS WITH WONDER aro tho friends of those cured ol hidoges ion, and all Stomach Troubles, by Dr. Sheldon s I Digestive Tahules. Price, 2/tS per tin. Ob tainable at lib', stores, and Pullman s 1 har macy.* ? . ? ? The Chemist fumbled at tho shelf, His thoughts wero very much ol self, ''This substitute will bring inoro pell, I'll offer this brand to her.' The lady smiled and shook her head, 'No, oilier brand ivill do instead, Excuse me, Sir! I plainly said ' | The Woods' Great Peppermint Cure; -
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.) SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
POLICE COURT. .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. (Before Mr. 0. A. Edwards, P.M.) .. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. . Mr. O'Hallornn appeared '.air 'Margaret Reviiolds, and entered a plea of guilty on her behalf to a charge of not sending her child to school the required number of days between the period of January 1 and June 30. A fine of 2/o was imposed. George Wilton was charged with neglect ing to solid his child to school tlie required number ot (lavs m tlie linn year ana pieau ed not guilty, oil the ground that the closest public road from his home to the school was over a distance of! two miles. After hearing evidence, the case was dismissed. Henry Price was charged with neglecting lo send his child to school the required number of days, ami pleaded not guilty on tho ground of the * child :boinii sick alter nately within tlio period. After hearing evidence,, the case was dismissod. James Sanders was charged with failing to send his- child to school the required number of days, and pleaded not guilty...
THE LABOR CAMPAIGN. TAMWORTH SEAT. ADDRESS BY MR. J. J. LORD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
THE LABOR CAMPAIGN. TAMWORTH SEAT. ADDRESS BY MR. J. J. l.Oltl). tho Labor campaign in connection with Tamworth sent nt the forthcoming State elections, was carried into Tamworth on Kridav night, when Mr. J. J. Lord, tho selected Labor candidate, delivered an ad dress. There was a large gathering of elec tors, and Mr. Lord received a good hear ing. _ „ ? Mr. \V. Scully occupied tho ciuur. in introducing the candidate he said ho was pleased to see such a lar^o and represent!!- ! tive gathering. It at least showed that i « people of this community took an interest in matters affecting the country, lie thought it the duty of every citizen to attend the meeting of the various politicians irrespec tive of policy. (Applause.) Actually, thero was no necessity for him t-- appeal for a good hearing for Mr. Lord— that jvns the courtesy due r.o every candidate, no matter \vhat poilev he believed in. * PKUL1MINAIUKS. Mr. Lord, who was received with applause, said that in the past .he had appear...
SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
SUSSEX STOEET .SALES. The market was considerably hotter, ancJ prices realised showed a sMbstantinl increasi!. Chaff advanced S/, lucerne hay 7/0, oaten hav 3/4, notatoes 0J8 rer ton. Maize was iia'rd to sell, and rates accepted show ed i . fall of Id. per bushel. Lucerne chaff and wheat were without alU-r:-tioii. Lxl ; a. .fhoico duality chaff moved on »t ?-', 4/0 to -1./7, prime 3/9 to 4.2 . good 3/1 to -ih, medium 3/ to 3/3, inferior pel t. , ex tra choice liicerno hay, , sinnll hales, o)B, choice 4/(5 to 4/9, prime 1/3, medium -*/?- t»' 2/9 inferior 1/11, choice largo bales I/, good 2/7 to 2/9, inferior 2.11 per ewt. ; niedtu n hicorue chaff .'1/1, prime oaten rack hay .4/0, nindium Swede turnins 9d. to l.'l pel primo drv yellow maixe .2/7 to W8, ,ue-\,'j11 ?h ckwheat 2/9 to 3/3, inferior 1/0 to 2/4-1 MU,,m\Mtu^aV 2)7 : 'l;. lia, (Mo'mbi) 2/1 ! Wviidham .('IVniworth), 2/8 : ^ hi), 3/1; Haynus (Tmnwoith) passed -1/ pel C&'tt '
SALE OF THE OXFORD DOWNS STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
, SALE OF THE OXFORD DOWNS STA TION. Messrs. Trebeck, Son and Co. report linv ' inn snhl this station near Richmond, Queens ' land, on ac. of H. C. Taylor, Esq., comprising 220,000 acres leasehold, together . with fiO, 000 .sheep, 13,500 lambs and the cattle and . : horses to Mr. Leslie Spraguo for cash.
LIMBRI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910
L1MBR1 NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Sheariii' lias started in this district, Swamp -fnk being the first shed to com mence A new Horsnby engine has been installed and everything is running ly. Tlie wool this season is veij li^ht aiiu urn becoming numerous, several having been seen lately on the . swamp CreTbo contractors liave nearly completed Mv. Magill's house, which they pu led dow n and ao-Tereeted luear the p attor i . J l o ulaco was of 12 rooms and built of pine , on Jin* been re-built with linrdly a b\'ea^at? , ilft ve/v 'relitable perfor.nanco. The School also has been removed from the old site, ' to bo erected at the rear of the Catholic Church. It will be completed next ' Mr E. A. Barnes has sold part of liis holding here to Mr. Thomas, of New Liib Soptember 7, 1910. i ? ~