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Mr. F. Poate VALEDICTORY FUNCTION AT MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Mr. F. Poate VALEDICTOltY FUNCTION AT MOREE. Mi. I1. PontOj for some years District Sur veyor and afterwards Chairman of the Tam worth Land iBoajd, was presented at Moreo on June 29 with a memento of esteem by the residents of Moree nnd district on his vacating the position of Chairman of tho local Land Board to take up duties as Chair man of the Northern Closer Setlcment Ad visory- Board. Among those present was Dr. Poate, son of Mr. F, Poate. Tho presentation, which was a very' hand some and costly ono, took the form of a set of three solid silver tazzas, one large enough to serve -as a loving bowl for a Christinas party, end the otlior two slightly smaller, to gether with two hon bon trays, also in solid silver. The centre bowl bore the following inscription : — 'Presented to Ered. Poate, Esq., on his vacating tho position of Chairman of the Local Land Board by tho residents of tho town and district of Moree, 29th June, 1910.-' Each piece was engraved with Jlr. Poate's motto and ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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SALE TIME AT THE "WHITE HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

KALE TIME AT THE 'WHITE HOUSE.' A11 event of importance to both city and country people is the great winter sale now in full swing at the old-established house of David Jones, Limited. The vast interior of the 'White House' presents always a busy aspect. Just now, however, it is the scene of great activity, and the sale, which com menced oil' June 20th nnd continues through out July, has been responsible for a great rush of visitors: The surplus winter stock must be sold and. in order to facilitate this operation, enormous reductions in prices have been made all round. A huge i 1 Insti-a- 1 .tod catalogue and a newspaper supplement, also freely illustrated, arc be:ng sent free of cost to anyone sending name and address, j Real solid bargains are to lar-had in a wide variety of goods, and, as country residents are 011 eactly the same footing as cilv dwel lers, ? manv of our readers will, doubtless, take advantage of the splendid opportunities offered to acquire first-class gocds at v...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. _ Clergy: Tho Ven. Archdeacon Abbott, Rev. C. Dickens. Seventh Sunday after Trinity. — July 10. Tamworth.— St. John's, 8 a.m. (H.C.) ; 11 a.m., Bev. C'. Dickens; 7.30 p.111. Nemingha. — All Saints', 3 p.m., Jlr. A. A. Monoypenny. Moor Creek. — St. Luke's, 11 a.m. (II. C.).-.-.- Upper Jllior Crcfck. — (.Mr. Warner's), 3 p.m. Attunga.— 7.30 p.m., Bev. C. Dickens.

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Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Parish of West Tamworth. Clergy: Rev. William J. Gerrard. Seventh Sunday after Trinity. — July 10. West Tamworth. — St. Paul's, 11 a.m., Mat tins and Litany; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. We.sthrook. — (Jlrs. Jtarkweli's), 2.3.0 p.m., Sunday School : 3.15 p.m., Evensong. Goonoo Goonoo. — 11 a.m., Holy Communion ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Gowrie. — 3 p.m., Evensong. Currabtibtiln. — 11 a.m., Jlattins and Litany.

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Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, July '10. Lower Dungowan. — 11 a.m. (Holy Commun ion). Woolomin. — 2.30 p.m. Nundle. — 7 p.m. ' ? Rev. G. E. Brown.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Tamworth. — St. Nicholas' Church', JIass every Sunday nt 8 and 10.30 a.m. ; 011 week days at 7 a.111. Sunday School from 9;30 to 10.30 a.m. Rosnry, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Kvening devotions every Friday at 7.30. Baptism and Wiurchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.111. ' Sunday, July 10. Attunga. — JIass at 10 aim. Very Rev. Dean O'Neill, V.F. Rev. W. A. Muliins. Rev. T. A. O'Brien.

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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

METHODIST CHURCH. .Sundav, Julv 10. Tamworth.— 11 a.m., Jlr. Hat-lev Jones; 7.30 p.m., llev. James Colwe'l. West Tamworth. — 11 a.m., Jlr. Bourne ; 7.30 p.m., Jlr. Harley Jones. Attunga. — 11, Jlr. S. Ti . Walker. Hallsviile. — 3, Jlr. S. R. Walker. AVititon. — 3, Rev. James Colwell. Gidlev. — 11, Rev. .Tames Colwell. Oxley. — 11, Jlr. A. Howlett. Goonoo Goonoo Road. — 3 p.m., Jlr. Harley Jones.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sundav, Julv 10. Tamworth. — 11 a.m., 'The Church Immov able.' Children, 'At the Cross.' Rev. James Cosh, B.A., B.D. Jloonbi. — 3 p.m., 'Christ and the Universal Need,' l?ev. James Cosh, B.A., B.D. Tamworth. — 7.30 p.m., 'But — ,' Rev. James Cosh; B.A., B.D. '

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

PERSONAL. For the 2otli year in succession, Mr. G. Lodcr has been elected hon. treasurer of tho Agricultural Associat'cn. | At the quarterly meeting of the Past Grands ot the LoynL True Friendship Lodge of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows, held on AVednesday night, the Past Grand or purple degree was conferred on Hro. AV. K. Sehoheld, he having passed through the various chairs ol' the Mr. Levien .has received the following from Mr. J. P. Quinn, secretary of Ouirindi Dis trict Hospital: — 'T have been requested by my committee to return you their hearty thanks for assisting Mr. Home, M.L.A.,' in getting our subsidy for last year paid. You have always been a true friend, to our, hospital, and the good work you have done in that particular will always redound to vonr credit.   A quiet wedding was solemnised at Christ's Church, Sydney, on Wednesday, when the Rev. T. K. Abbott (late Archdeacon of Tam- worth, and who has been appointed head- master of the...

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NUNDLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

NUNDLE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) The sudden death of Mrs. Schofield, the wife of Mr. John Schofield, the well-known proprietor of the Peel Inn, Nundle, came as a shock to her many friends. The deceased lady was following her usual avocations un- til Tuesday last, but early on Wednesday     morning she was stricken with paralysis from which she never rallied, death occurring early on Thursday. On Friday she was bur-   ied in the Nundle cemetery, the funeral be- ing the largest seen in the district. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Davidson, and the service at the grave was read by Rev. G. E. Brown, Vicar of All   Saints', Nundle. To write an account of the life of Mrs. John Schofield would be to write a history of Nundle and the surrounding dis- tricts. Suffice it to say that she was widely known for her charitable acts and that her lovs will be sincerely mourned. The fu'jids of the proposed Cottage Hospi tal w...

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Marriage of Miss Harriman [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Marriage of Miss Harriman A message from New York, dated May 21, stated :— The simplest wedding in the annals of the very rich of America was solemnised to-day when at the country church of St. John at Arden Miss Mary Harriman became Mrs. Charles C. Rumsey. Aliss Harriman is the daughter of the late 'railway king' and inherits fabulous wealth. The bridegroom is a sculptor.   There were no bridesmaids and no ushers. The bride, who was attended by her sister Carol as maid of honor, wore a gown of white lace over white satin without a train. Her long veil was fastened to her hair with a cluster of orange blossoms. She carried a bunch of large pink roses. The bride- groom's brother Lawrence acted as best man. The friends of Miss Harriman had persist- ently urged her to postpone the wedding un- til the end of the period of mourning for her father, but, disliking all social ostentation, she rejected determinedly their entreaties. The private railway car of the Harrimans broug...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

In Memoriam.   BROOKS. — In sad but loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died July 9th, 1908.     Pale death could scarcely find another   So good a husband and fond a father. In all his actions he was kind, And left his loved ones all behind. Inserted by his loving wife and daughters. In Memoriam. HINDS. — In Loving Memory of dear Mother who died at Jewry St., Tamworth, on   July 7th, 1909; aged 79. Inserted by her son and daughter, S. W. and E. J. Hinds.   In Memoriam.   SCHOFIELD. — Mrs. John Schofield, died     June 30th, 1910; aged 67 years. 'Forasmuch as ye did it unto one of the least of these, my brethren, ye did it unto Me.'   We miss thee, Mother, dear — The poor, they miss thee too; 'Twas our's to hear thy voice of cheer, And now, alas! to say 'Adieu.' Peacefully sleep, sweet be thy rest,   God's angels watch oe'r thee...

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Tamworth Land Board [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 8 July 1910

Tamworth Land Board The Land Hoard held a sitting 011 AVed nesday, when the following business was transacted : — Suspension granted for three months —St pur. 90-72, Edgar ltussell Steinbeck. Extension refused.— O.e.n. 00-118, Henry Newman. Cci tific.ites Granted.- — O.c.p. and 11. c. p., George Dale Peters; o.c.p., AVm. Hyson. Bond Enclosures— Postponed.: C.I., Jlie hael Ryan ; n.c.p., Clias. Greer Kelly; o.c.p., Patrick Jones. , Granted O.c.p., Alphonsiis Thomas Cantwell. Consideration. — Recommended : A. I., 1013, 7 a, Andrew Doolau. Refusal recommended: A:l,.t 1015, 7 a, John Hunter Andrew Jla eMl. Pre! miliary Investigation. — ? Postponed: A.c.p., JaiiSlfls William Sehoficld. Confirmed: O.c.p., Artlvjr Ernest Ilolconibe. O.e.n's. Disallowed: Sydney Arthur Adams, James Hall, Thomas 'ijobn Hall, Alphonsiis Michael Wright, John /Xieoll, Hugh Jeffrey. Allowance o*4 Application. — St. pur., Clias. Davis, sen., Alfred Thomas Thornton, Tho mas Murker. Application reconmended to erect ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

Kor those in peril, tui„the sea, We oft for succors pray, Hut lots of people here ashore, Require some heli- to-day. They are troubled with a bad sore throat Or cough that's tiVht and backing, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure's the help These victims all are lacking* TSiir ECHMffl wis Itching, Burning Eruption from Head to foot— Doctor Gave Her Up Entirely— First Application of Cuticura Brought Relief and Sleep. CUTICURA REMEDIES EFFECT PERFECT CURE 'Four years ago 1 suffered novcrely with a tcrriblo ec/.ema, being a mass of teorcs from head to feet and for six weeks con fined to my bed. Dur ing that timo I suffered cont inual torturo from itching and burning. After being given up by my doctor I was ad vised to try tho Cuti cura Remedies. After I he first bath with Cuti cura Soap and applica tion of Cuticura Oint ^ ment I enjoyed the first good sleep during my entire illness. I also used CJuticura Resolvent and tho treatment was continued for about threo weeks. Afc tho end of that time ...

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Central Northern Rugby Union. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

Central Northern Rugby Union. The usual weokly meeting of the Central Northern Hubgy Football Union, held on Kridav last, was attended by Messrs. H. K. Hritz (in the chair), Godbold, Loelirin, Smjth, Leatbley, Cameron, JUiynardt, Carey, Upjohn (lion, sec.), and Omedio (treasurer). The head union forwarded particulars of j tuspensions and expulsions hy the New Zoa I hind Union which had beep made general : throughout tho jurisdiction of the I\\»S.AY. I Union. the lion, secretary ot tho Upper Hunter Kootball Association wrote asking that a team be sent to Muswellbrook on a date to bo arranged. The Upper Hunter Union of fered half the i^ate proceeds. It was decided to write to the Union and ask what sum they would ejuarantee. The C.N. Union has a fine set of upstair rooms near the ' Central Hotel. The meet ings of the Union are held in an ofliee at the toj) of the stairs, and further along is a large room (tho old ^ymnusium); wiuuli is used for training purnyscs.

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FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

FARMERS' PRODUCK SALES. , SA DNEY. Monday. jt nii go aim vai-eil supply ot produce, to talling 01 consignments, 'was submitted at auction to-day before a moderate attendance of _ buyers. Competition iras devoid of ac tivity, and prices accepted for all commo dities showed a slight weakness. Chaff de clined to tho extent of' 5/, lucerne hay 0/8, and potatoes 7/0 per toil. Choice quality chaff realised 4/4; prime 3/ to 4/; medium 2/8 to 2/11. Prime lucerne hay in bales moved off at 4[; prime rye straw' in bundles, from 1/7 to 2/7 : prime ohiekwheat was pur-' chased at 3/J anil 3/-U ; prime Algerian oats at 4/ : inferior to medium Sivede turnips, sold at from 2/1 to 2/4; prime Queensland dry yellow maize at 2/8. ? Primo Early Rose feed potatoes changed hands at 9/9. and prime table varietvs at 0/2 to (i/4 ; good at from 5/3 to 5/0; medium, 4/10 to 5/-. Current quotations wore: — Maize. — Northern river, prima dry yellon, 2/7: occasionally 2/8; white, 2/0 to 2/7 per bushel. Hurley. — Vi...

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ANOTHER RECORD SALE OF OPOSSUM SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

ANOTHER RECORD SALE OF OPOSSbAI SKINM Pitt, Son and Badger.v, Ltd., report having sold 32,000 opossum skins up to 83/ dozen, averaging all round, 24/3 nor dozen. The market for ruinpors and 'reds improved 1/0 to 2/ a dozen, and blues 3/ to 5/ 'a dozen. July 8. i S.-hute, Uoll and Co., Ltd., report under ilato lltli July: — Our London agents lead us to' expect a decline of up to 5 per cent, ill line crossbreds and_iii all descriptions of merinos, and of 5 to 7} per cent, iu coarse crossbreds. at the sales fixed to open to-morn^.v, compared, that is, with the closing rates ol the April May series. Neither the position of stocks nor the com mercial outlook would seem to justify anv li'arked decline iu prices. A slight reaction, however, will do no harm at this juncture, as a definite basis for operations should thus be arrived at before the opening of the week ly sales in Australia.. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., report on July 11th: — About 14,000 sheep and lambs penned, comprisin...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

SYDNEY. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Associ ation report: — AVOOL. A quiet week has been experienced ill this ii'iirket. Some traiisaci-ons in skin wools have been completed at late rates, buyers showing I :-.s reserve than was noticeable tho previous fortnight. 'Hie London sales open on Tuesday next and it is cabled that a de cline in values is considered likely. The next Svdnev auctions are to held on .lulv 19 and' 20. ' PHODUCH. Sheepskins. — Merino declined id per lb., while rrossbreds were unchanged. Quota tions: — Merino fullwoolled 0 to 7U1. per lb., threeqliarter woolled 5d. to Old., hall'woolled 3d. to IJd. ; pelts lid. to -Id. ; crossbred, threeqiiarter to fullwoolled, 111 to. 7Jd; short woolled 3Jd to Old; lambs, -lid. to 7d. ; bro ken pieces, 3U1. to 51d. Hides. — AVet conditioned sorts were gene rally 1-8:1. per lb lower, while those ill good order were unchanged. Quotations: Queens land hides, heavwweights (001b. and up), 7d I MM* lb, and up, medium (401b. to 521b....

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

MAITLAND. fiV/il 'Vi^m ?' 'S's at « »t £5y«./,'cmv « flWlV(--''at at £9 to ; 'i io. . *'*/''/ » Lxors. J. lv. Mackav 18 nt 18/ to- £0/18/, 7 at £-1, 18 bullocks -it {-8/19/ to £10/2/, 14 at £7/7/ 'to £7/U/,T at £fff J. Horham, 2 at £HJir,/J J Htem. llt e| 'i e^ows at £2718/ ; AV. J. Corbett, 2 hi llocks -it £0/13./; W. H. Mackav, 2 at ^7/14/ J Jl'. leelior, 10 at, £5/9/ to £0./7/ ; ? J. N. Laurie. 2 coirs at £1/1!), 2 at £2/10; J. Wake, 2 ?'-- £?'/ 1'/'. W. J. Corbett, 54 cows at £3/1/ to £4/14/ ; 1{. Landers, 23 bullocks at £5/13/ to £(i/2/, 2 at £4/4/; J. E. anil J. R. Laurie, 32 cows nt £3/2/ to £4/17/; J[rs Gollan, 8 bullocks at £0./i7 /, 12 iit £5/3/0 to CG/2/; J. McMeniiiuin, 8 at £7/8/. 8 at £6 8 1, 9 cows at £2/0/ to £2/10/; H. Hell, G cows at £4/4/; P. Slattor.v, 1 cow at £2/10/0: J. 'McPhorson, 4 cinvs at £2/14./ to £4/13/ ; P- Hayes, (i at £3/3/; J. E. and J. Laurie, 0 crfws at. £4/13/. 14 at £3/9/0 to £3/19/, 0 at £3/l(-/(-, 5 at £3; A. .McLend, 1 stag at £5/10/; J. AVil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910

DR. SlIIOLDON'S MAGNIO'RC LTNIJ1I0NT. Will rol.evo at onco Rheumatism, Lumbago, Lame Back, Cutsr, Bruises, or Burns, and continued application wil effect a curo in a remarkably short time. Price Is. (id. and 3s. ~ Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* \Jror Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Curo. ]/(j,°

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