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HOSPITAL BALL PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

- ? ? HOSPITAL BALL PROFIT. - The final meeting of the committee in con nection with tho recent hospital ball was held at the Mechanics' Institute yesterday afternoon. 'Hie statement of accounts showed that the gross profit was £317/11/7 and the expenditure £12/17/11, leaving a * net profit of £301/10/8. This is the biggest profit vet. made, and those ladies who are responsible are entitled to a deal of credit. A cheque for the amount was handed to Mr. J. G. Grav.ston, president of the hospi tal.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

In Memoriam. x LANGSTON. — In lovinc remombrnnco o£ our dear mother, Alison Lnngston, wlio died nt Manilla, Soptomber loth, 1902. Gentle in mind, patient in pain, Our dear mother left us. Heaven to gain. With notions so noble, sonorous and kind, I'Vw in this world liev etjvval could find. Not Kono fnnn memory, not none from love, Hut gono to Father's home above. Inserted by her loving daughter nnd son ' in-law, Margaret, nnd Lionel Hodder. WILSON. — In loving memory of mv deal wife and our dear mother, who depart rd this life .September 13, 1909. Oo not ask us it' \v« miss you, I There is such a vacant place. Can we e'er forget your footsteps, And your dear familiar face? Inserted bv her affectionate husband and - daughters (.Maude and May), Trunipin^ ? ton,' Drunimoyne. The TAMWORTH OBSERVER A XI) SOUTHERN ADVERTISER. '? ? . TUESDAY KViiNINO, SKPTEMBKll 13, '10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

Whit© Star Line LONDON AND HVRRPOOL VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-weekly Bailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'AFRIO,' 'MEDIC,' 'PERSIC,' , 'lltiNIC,' mid 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3a. London, £19 to £30. Now York, Boston, etc., £25/6 to £36/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OP ACCOMMODA TION. 1 Cargo of all descriptions carried, at lowest rates. Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and America on most favorable terms.* The highest class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriage and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Produco, Fruit, oto. For Rates of freight,. Pamphlets, oto., ?pply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Nowcastlo, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN. and LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First and Third Class Pas sengors carriod. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £16 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10 : 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round the World Tickets f...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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INDUCTION OF REV. A. W. JOHNSTONE [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

INDUCTION OF REV. A. W. JOHNSTONE The induction of tho Hev. A. W. John stone will take place at St. John's -,n Wed nesday, at 7.30 p.m., by the Right llevd. the Lord liishop of the diocese.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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LOCAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

LOCAL NEWS. WEATUEH Ft) K EC A ST. Mostly cloudy over N.li. and coastal ureas, with scattered rain and sounlly . toutht'rly winds. l''ino generally from west ? of hinhl'ands.

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TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. MONTHLY MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. MONTHLY MEETING OF COMMITTEE. The usual monthly meeting of the com- | mittee of management of Tamworth Hospi tal was held at the Mechanics' Institute last night, the following being present: — Messrs. J. G. Grnyston (president), T. M. Newman, G. Nankervis, C. Lve, D. Carter, C. Wane. C. T. Piper, C. R. Adams, Dr. Buckley, Dr. Sexton and Rev. Jas. Cosh. Hie following letter was read from the Under-Secretary, Chief Secretary's ofliee, :-i l- dressed to Mr. Lovien, M.L.A.: — 'With re ference to a letter presented by you to the Minister for Public Works, in connection with a contract for hospital additions »t Tamworth by Mr. Henry Prince, I have the honor to inform you that the preliminary deposit of £27 will be refunded to Mr. Prince. It is suggested that the question of tlie refund of the security deposit of C13i be referred tlirougli you to tlie iiimworui Hospital authorities with a view to ascer taining if they have been _ put to any Josy or inconvenience by tlie ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. Mr. S. A. Basser, th-\ eminent Vienna optician, holds the very highest certificates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London nnd New \ ork . He is also a qualified master of the British Op tical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give tho greatest possible number the benefit of his skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to tins town offers a splendid opportunity of having the eyes properlv attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the voung, and parents should note this fact, and bring the children to him for examination. A f'iw minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. Basser is sole agent for the 'So Easy' rimless glasses— quite the most comfortable it is po-ssiblo to get. He omplovs no agents, and may bo consulted in person at the 'Rovnl Hotel, Tamworth, on Tlinrsdav and Frida...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. - A\. J.. Callcott and Co. ropurt last Fri day s snlo ns under: — Butter, lOd. to V. Egg i, '('d to 8d. Dnpping, 3d to oil. Lard, (id lo 8Jd. Lettuce plaut-s, 2d j;er bunch, loinnto plants, 2d por bunch. Cabbage plants, 2d to Id por bunch. . Honey, 2/ to 2/H per 71b tin. Do,, 10/ to 13/ per GOlb tin. Brooms, 1/2 to 1/8 each. Tea, -J/i) per 51b tin. Oranges, 1/0 to -1/3 por J-case. Do,, 4/(5 to .ri/(S per J-caso. Mandarins, 1/!) to ',/ j,Pr i-caso. Lemons, 1/ to -Y[ per J-caso. l)o., 4/SJ to 5/9 per J-caso. Lot]uats, 2/ i-case. Passion fruit, 1/9 to 2/ small box. Apples, 4/l- to i)/3 por case. ? i Cabbages, i)d to 2/(3 per dozen. Cauliflowers, 1/0 to 8/3 por dozen, runups, 1/ J,o 1/(5 per i-ewt. Do.. -1/ to (5/3 per bag. B.idislies, 1/ per dozen hunches. Ijsclialotts, (id to 1/3 per dozen bunches. Beetroot, 1/(5 to 2 1 per dozen bunclics (.?airot«, 1/ to 2/ per dozen. Lettuce, 2d per dozen. Pumpkins, 3/ to 8/3 per dofcen. .S«iet potatoes, 1/(5 jier small bag...

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ABOUT YOUR EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

AliOUT YOUR EYES. str-iin is one --r the most prolilie causes ^ bs0 pfe km w tho 27th September, for consultation on all cases of eye strain or defective vision quiring correctly tested glasses.

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

GUNNEDAH. : Hawlte and Trelonr, Guuucduh, report that the following prices wero realised at their union sales, Friday, September 9th:— Eggs, 7d., ild., dozen. Uutter, 9jd. per lb. Fowls, 4/7 per pair. Apples, 3/, 5/7. Lemons, 3/1 per case. Cabbages, -I/, (5/ per dozen, large. Cabbages, 3/ small. .Pumpkins, 4/ dozen. Honey, 1/3 per tin. Cocoanut.s, 2/ per dozen. Loq unts, 1/9, 2/ per case. ? 'Wine, 1/- per bottle. . ' ~

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COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

nnrucnURN SHIRE COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of Cockburn (Shire Council was hold on I' riday, those pre Vont beiiv Councillors Lord (piesideiit), Park Rodgers, Jlal.er, Cardale, and Dowe. Ilia president said that he regretted to 1 e imt that Mv. A. C. jrdieod, the clerk, was lory iil, and was not likely to resume duty for somo timo. lie naci sec-u ? Elvnn, Peel vShire Clerk, and he had expres sed his willingness to act as clerk until Ml. ^Mend's recovorv. Ho had also seen the pS.nt of Peel' Shrie and he w-as agree to this arrangement. He moveu tnai Mr Flvnii be appointed temporary clei k f.nt'il Mr AIcTjeod is able to resume duty. M he nuition was seconded, and earned Mr. AViH r shire engineer, took the minutes of Iho meeting, , a report of which will appear jn our next issue.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

SYDNEY. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., report: .18,000 sheep and lambs wero penned, in . ''...-.eluded in which was a good ' proportion of extra prime heavy merino wethers, carrying full fleeces, a fair number of merino ewes of all descriptions, including a proportion - f verv prime heavy weights. Medium qual ity sheep were also well represented. Cross breds were only iu small numbers, princi pally .fair to good quality. As the above niiinlx rs included nearly 10,000 lambs, the market opened, we are pleased to say, to good competition at prices quite equal to tho best of Monday for all prime wethers, while other descriptions, especially ewes, . were cheaper. Owing to tho excessive can cellations which reduced the number from (-0,0()() lo 33,000 actually yarded, and owing to arrangements which aro said to havo been entered into by one largo exporting firm to kill at Glebe Island, yesterday's buying power was increased by another export pur chaser, and this had the effect of streng...

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'BUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

'BUS ACCIDENT. Picnic parties do not always end with ploasure, as was exemplified on Sunday night. During Sunday a cQiiplo of 'bus loads of young men and women were driven to tho vicinity of Dungowan, and with a beautiful day in their favor, had a real good outing. As dusk began to fall, tho home trip was commenced, everybody being in ex cellent spirits. Somewhere close to the 13 mile peg, and near a fenced embankment, the horses of one 'bus got beyond control for a time, and during that period one of the members of the pleasure party — a girl — was thrown Out, heinc somewhat injured, whilst another young lady suffered from fright. The horses ran tiie 'bus against some fencing, and the result ol' the whole proceedings was that a wreck was made of the vehicle and it had to be left on the spot until next day. A messenger was dispatch ed back to Dungowan telephone ofliee, and information being conveyed to Tamworth, another 'bus was sent out and picked up the gentlemen members of the pa...

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AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

AUCTION' SALES OF PRODUCE. SYDNEY. Monday. Competition nt the produce sales this aiorning was lifeless, and prices realised on ill comomdities showed a decided decrease. ?V heavy consignment was submitted, and salesmen, except in a few instances, expor ?enccd considerable difficulty in obtaining fair prices for their lots. Tuber buyers .vero not disposed to operate, and auction eers rather than have consignments left on their hands, sold in some cases at weaker rates.. Choice cliafT was selling at 3/3 to 3/(5', prime cuts 3/9 to 4/1, good quality 3/5 to. 1/8, which indicated a fall of 5/ per ton. I'rime large bale lucerne hay sold at 3/2 ind 3/4, good 2/7 to 3/; good small halo lay was knocked down at 2/9, and fell to -ho extent of 10/ per ton. Oaten hay and lerrick straw failed to attract buyers. G--od ?diichwheat brought 3/5 to 3/75 : while maize 'cached 2/2. Oats 'were passed in. White skin potatoes accounted for 5/1 and 5/2, and nedium redskins brought 3/7 to 4/3. Current quotat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

OPTTCIAN'R VISTT. , September 12 is the GIBB & visit to Tamworth of ® HERMAN LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-Street, Sydney. Consulting rooms - Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p m. All sufferers from any eyo trouble, failing Bicht or headaches, should consult us. One of ff.o principals personally vis.fcTam r films Gibb. lato principal , of Charles „V-f-n anrl J. W. Beeman, lato Man G,W' Zfl Sight ' Specialist for H.* A. Barra ager .,0SmT0 been visiting this town for *'!;-,'' Lr« aro tho princinals, so clients cm pomo yean., aro ine p ^ '8ervico in cnn. suiting us. Next visit : Monday, September 12 A MODERN -REMEDY. Dr Sheldon's Now Discovery for Coughs ,nul Co'ds gels to tho root of the troub e. nnd effects a pormanent cure. 1 nee, l/o nnu ?'M.. Obtainable at all stores and 1 ullmmi B I'lmrniacy,'

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

, ACCIDENTS. On Saturday night a lad named .Edward Norman Yates, Tli years of age, was stand ing in front of a shooting gallery ill Peel . .street, when a man took tin the rifle and proceeded to examine it. 'I he weapon ex ploded, and the charge passed through ] Y..(W li.ff, liand into his abdomen. Tile injured lmv was taken to the residence of Dr. Stanley who ordered his removal to tlie hospital. Oil inquiry at the institution to-dav we leanit that Yates is progressing .satisfactorily. The lad is a son of Mr. M. Yates. — A bov named Ernest Northen has lieen admitted t'- the hosintal suffering from fracture to the leg, caused through tho leg being caught in a wheel.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

- FOOTIJALL. Tile following veam will - represent East Tamworth against South Arinidale, on the Oval on Saturdav, ill the Sawyers' Shield match : — Full back, W. Robinson ; three quarters, llritton, Shaw, L. Morton, Lus combe ; five-eight, Nott : half, Frazer; for wards, F. Chaffev. W. Godbold, A\ . Matlie non, P. Godb'old,' E. Upjohn, Snow, Robin sou Burton. Emergencies: Forwards, R. Johnston ; backs, N. Morton and W. Ab bott.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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BECTIVE SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

IIECITVE SUBDIVISION. We understand thero lias been eonsmei tible inquiry in regard to this subdivision, | in the Tamworth district. A Initio ..umber of lithographs have been applied for from South Australia, - Victoria and New South Wales. Those who have already in spected tho subdivision have expressed tliur nutiro SatlHUlClilOH «IWI n»t3 ? aeter of the land. The fact of the vendors offerin' 17 years' terms is undoubtedly a factor In promoting the inquiries which are thoroughly genuine. . Arrangements -have lieen comnletod by which parties of ^ lie accommodated on the -sy 'li vision dining their visit of inspection. Wo sale will be held at Tamworth on Octobor 14tli next.

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GOLD MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

GOLD MINING LEASES. The 'Government Gazette' notifies that rents are due and owing upon the undermen tioned gold mining leases, and if the rents be not paid within tilirtv days from date of no ' tieo (August 31st). such leases may he - can celled:— No. 153, 15. Rackham, g.l. 11-,_ c. Farrv. p. Nnndle. nven 2 acres, application - No. Nundle 2-8; No. -I.TI, W. Cook-and an other, g.l. 119, e. Parry, p. Nundle area 2 acrcs. application No. Nuudle t— 10; No. 455, J. Deegan, g.l. 112, -'? Pn vV' 'ii lN''U n ' ?' rea 2 acres, application No. iNtnullo i — !?- ; No -181. White Rose Gold Mining Company (No liability), g.l.. 107, c. Parry, p. ^undle, area 3 acres, nnplicnt'on -vo- Nnndle 10 — *'?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 13 September 1910

1 F°Rm WOMEN® who some - fiflfi! times recjuire^^H a Stimulant, nothing is Mffp purer or saier^^^^ than WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS it is an BSg55« effective health &? Preser v£x.f.i ve . ? WHEN looking for something to rend, consult BAIRD'S Hook Shelves. A hig rnngo of Gel, novels just opened up. OUR Sight Tests nro tlio Rest in Tam worth. 'We givo satisfaction. HER MAN BRITZ, Optician. Ronisch Pianos. 8ol« A^tnti — Paling's. These fine Pianos commend tKemselves to the art istic buyer New Models. New Designs. New Scales. Price consis tent witH grade. Old Pianos ItKfli In Mchan^t. Catalogue* Wrmm. t Sole Agent! ; Paling's 338 George St. (I Sydney HMSHHBDBHB Just Another Fond Couple. He: 'I see ' DAISY ' BTJTOE^^ declared^ for quality and flavor ?' She : ' It's ' Daisy ' brand we get, my dear ! He : ' Of course, naturally, in BUTTER you get the CHOICEST.' PRESCOTT, LTD., ™0SASo„t, i ? ' ? ' ? ' ? ' BniliJIa ' Cham -f:- Ik. TM h rn» kM take* 80 FIRST PRl/ittlH . ?tlk.Kaj*! Afitaltanl ah*...

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