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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. W. T. Cnllcott and Co. reuort last Friday's sale as under: — Huttor, 1/1 to 1/2 per lb. Eggs, 1/ to 1/2 ner dozfn. Dripping 2d to *ld lb. Lard, (id nor lb. Bacon, 7d*por lb. Honov. 2/ tov2/3 ner 71b' tin. po., 12/ io 13/ ner (-0)b tin, Hrooms. 1/ to 1/(5 each. Tea, '1/9 per 51b tin. Oranges, 3/ to (5/3 per i-ca.se. po., 1/ to 3/ per i-case. Mandarines, 1/3 to 2/6 per i-case. Apples, 3/ to 7/3 uor A-case. Lemons, rough, !)d tq 1/ per J-cnse. Do., Lisbon, 1/ to 2/(5 per J-casc. Pass'on fruit, 1/9 per J-case. Cabbage, 1/ to 3/3 per dozen. Cauliflowers, 1/ to 3/9 ner dozen, lurnips, 8d to 1/ per dozen. Do., 1/3 to l/(- per i-ewt. Parsnips, 2/(5 to 3/(- per dozen bunches. Carrots, 1/ to 2/ per dozen bunches. l-oet, 1/0 to 2/ per dozen bunches. Lett nee, 3d to 7d nor dozen. Pumpkins, 3/ to ;'-/(- per dozen. Pie melons, 2/ to *1/ per dozen. Grammas, 3/3 per dozen. Celery, 2/0 1U- 3/0 per dozen bunches, l'ischalotts, 7d per dozen bunches. Rhubarb, 2/ per dozen bunc...
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. At the usual monthly meeting of Cockbnrn ?Shire Council, held on Friday last, the fol lowing we're prcsont: — Counciflors .1. J. Lord (president), A. T. Rodders, G. Park, I). Mailer, A. Caidnle, nnd C. P. Dowe. C ' 0 1! 1 1 KSPO N D 1% N C K . From the C'reniation Society of New South AValcs, asking the Council to pass a resolu tion asking the Parliamentary representa tive of the district to support tho vote of lnnnev towards the erection 01 a crematorium in a central position in the Stale. The So- [ ciety, the communicat'cn adds, does not ad- j vocate more than that the necessarv faci lities should be afforded to the friends of those persons who wisli their remains to be incinerated without interfering with those who do not desire it. Consideration of the letter was held over until next meeting. I I1 loin the I nder-Secretary, Department of l.ands, inviting attention to a notice in the Government 'Gazette' of tho 22uil Juno, I relating to the proposed resump...
DROWNED IN THE PEEL. AN EMIGRANT FROM SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
DROWNED |N THE PEEL. AN EMIGRANT KROM SCOTLAND. -, 'J lie Coronei-j Mr. H. S. Hawkins, held nn inquest at tile Court House yester'dny eon-, corning the death of a man' named John . McEiven, who had not been lonix in the State, having come from Scotland. Mc Ewen's dead body was found in the I'eel River about three miles from town. The following evidence was given at the inquest: — sergeant Ualilwo^l deposed : — About -1 p.m. on the 10th inst., Mr. James Richard Jirown, who lives about three miles from ramworth, came to the police station and told me he saw what lie thought was the body of -,1 man in the river close to his place. Accompanied by Senior-Constable Sinclair and Constable Beatson I went to the place ?} I'! there - saw the body of deceased, John Mc.lsweu. The body was partly covered by water, was lying face downwards, and was caught on n snatf. AVe removed the body from the river. Tho budv was. fully dressed, with the exception of the hat. On search ing the deceased's cloth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
slkJk, White Star Lira© LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. - REGULAR fonr-weokly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, 'AFRIC,' 'MEDIC;' 'PERSIC,' 'RUNIC,' and 'SUEVIC.' FARES— Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3s. London, £19 to £30. Now York, Boston, ? otc., £25/5 to £36/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF 'ACCOMMODA- TION. Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest rates. Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and America on most favorablo terms. Tho highest class of insulation is installed for tho satisfactory carriago and outturn of Frozen Meat, Dairy Prodiico, Fruit, etc. For Rates of freight, Pamphlots, oto., ?pply to — DALGETY & CO., LTD., Agents at. Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Lira®. NATAL, CAPETOWN, end LONDON, via PLYMOUTH. - REGULAR. First and Third Class Pob songera carried. FARES. — Saloon — London, from £57. 3rd Class— £16 to £20. Saloon — Capo and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class— £13/13 to £17/17. Round tho Worl...
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. Weather conditions in N.S.W. during tiio - week ended Friday, July 8, 1910: — Since last Saturday, the chief feature- in the pressure distribution ' has been tho per sistency with, which the 'highs' have kept in central ana nortnern parts oi tlie eonti- . lient, which is their ideal winter position. As a conseyuence, inducement was given to the .operations of the Antarctic disturbances over 'southern ^areas of -Australia, including New South Wales, and to these latter, and a short lived monsoonal tendency in northern parts, some light to heavy rainfall generally was- due. Tile heaviest amounts were re corded along the 'western slopes, aiid in the N.E. -districts of the State. Some of the ' largest quantities were: — 371 nuints - at Ki andra, 210 at Emmaville, -10!) at Adelong, 1!!G at G len limes, 187 at Tenterlield,, aiid ' 180 at Yetman. ' . , Favourable conditions for snowfall appear-' y ed at various' times, 'and some was reported from the southern tablela...
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') Wist did not make the journey to SValolui ' on S.ituril-iy. Snow in tho highlands — some feel, of It---waM the car.-so assigned for the poiti'.niienient of the visit. The !'.cci:;ui !;rade fixture 011 the Oval on Saturday whs a nint'.'h- between North nnd Attung.i. .The homo team, 011 the -day's form, woro immeasurably superior to tlie visitors. Tho^men from the place where tho Manilla train 'ijoes to sleep for a weary stvutch ' were minus n knowledge of the tell ing points of- the cnnid. Many of tliem ap- j parently didn't know what to do with tlio ball when, it came into their possession — if they did, thou, they .didn't nuu;e most of their opportunities.' However, writer still adheres t:- an opinion that Attunga have the. material for the making of a formidable combination. They only- need coaching in itrj finer .points when they would become worthy exponqnts of rugby. Ere tho first, beads of perspiration had appeared, North mado a. score, althoug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
For 0- ildren's Harking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo. 1/6.* Wo regret t -- bear of the illness of Mr. S. A. Burnes. of West Tn-mworlh. Mi-. Harm's Km been i' bed for ten days, hut we bono that, he will r.-.inn be about a^ain. A most s-ii.-wefiil dnneo was held ill tho A'hambra Hull 1 1' v t niglit, under tho aus pice,-- of the Mercantile Dance Club. About (iO eoui'le-; tok possession of tho floor from 8 till IS. Messrs. - Tiiy-'gett anil Inlanders supplied the music, extras being played by M!»-9 Ashiiry 'n-l M.r. J'). Jlullins. The v.-nltzi''; cnnmvtit ion for ladies was (von by Mi;-: ATeCiiine-s. and for ^i.-iitUimen, by Mr. 'J\ fSutmau. The next, social will be held on I'.ron-liv, ISt.h July, when a grand cham pion waltzing competition will fike place.
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
SPORTING. THE TURF. The Moorefield races 011 Saturday resulted as follows : — Hurdle Race, about 2 miles. — Nitro, 10. -I (T. J. M 'Donald) 1; Highrnck, i).2 (W. Cur tin) 2; Manitoba, !).3 (,). J. M'Gee) 'A. AYon bv six lengths, 'lime, -linin. -IJsei1., AYiiiner, 7 to -1 011. Steward^' Mile. — fj(«*oinot.ion, 7.7 (l'\ Hood) 1; Glaze, !).0 (J. Pike) 2; Tinsell, 7.0 (K. Jlead) 3. \Y011 1- v 1 1 length. Time, 1 liiin. -1 Usee. Winner, 10 fo 1 against. Filial Stakes, t mile. — .lilie, 7.1S (S. La moiul) 1: Playwright, 7.5 (P. Byrne) 2; Tris tran, 7.13 (A. Wood) 3. Won bv half a length. Time,, linin. -I7sec. Winner, 8 to 1 against. NursiVvv Handicap, 10 furlongs. — .S|,reet Adeline, !).-j (W. Al 'Laehlan) 1; Tartan Triimnings, 7.5 (K. Hood) 2; Holline, 7.0 (K. Mead) 3. AV011 by three lengths. Time, 1 min. Gsec. Winner, 2 to 1 against. enem Handicap, ii mile. — iUioeene, (-.!) (P. J. Kolev) 1; Clavdon Comimm, 7.-I (W. II. Smith) 2; Lunoo,' 8.5 (W. Jl'Lach lan) 3. Won by a neck. Time, 2min...
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. July 23ril h tne_ date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB & IJRE.MAN, LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting r/mnis: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to fi p.m. All sufferers from any eyo trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of tho pri'i.'ipals personally visits Tiim worth (Chns. Gibb. late principal of Charles Gibb rind On., and ,T. W. Beem.in, late Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who have been visiting this town for seme years, are the principals, so clients can relv on the most o^nert Eye service in cori M'.iIUng us. Nest visit : Saturday, July 23ril,
MACDADE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
MAGI) AT)n'S PICTURES. v.- rluv:attrai:tion at- tho Central Iiall on rf.1 liursdavr ovemna: will be Mncdade's pictures ? «f~ vtlin -/-lato---Kina JSdward's funeral. Mr. M/ifthideoi.vonc of five in this State who have . lu-ccured . from the celebrated manufacturers . ill lioiiilon , of Gaumont and Co. these latest .: fi'mn of :t!ie mannificent pageant which re eontlv. moved the nation to tears. The full .fun oral procession is shoivn as it leaves West minster- Hull- until it linallv reaches St. iro ir^e s onapei,. ? i ue wnoie occupyini; i^uu feet, of- lilm. ' In add'tion a series of port raits anil. nictures will be shown of (lie King, the . death ? chamboi; at Hiickiiighain Palace, ?anil ot.W interestiii'i views. Then there are beautiful illustrations which accompany tlie . ? fiieplioiie— an iin-it!iv-;ineut on the grania -J hc.ue—t.vhieh gives wondeii'iil reproductions . /. cf. tbo .. Iiuuian voice. I he Queen Mother's | . .. favorite livnin ' Abnlp A\ ith 5le'-' as rendered by Ma...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
PERSONAL. Mr. T«. Moxhain. teller in tho local branch: of the Government Savings Hank*, has been promoted to tlie West Maitland branch. ? Air. jMoxham has not been a resident of' Tamworth for any 'teat length, but, not withstanding, ho made litany friends. | At the musical examinations held last; month, under the auspices of- the Royal Aca-| demy of Music and Royal College of Alusic, tlie following punils of Miss T. Hadkin se cured passes : — Rudiments of Music: Miss Kmilv Matheson, ]\liss Lily Burgess; Prim ary: Miss Marjory Haling.' ?A private dance of an enjoyable nature! was held at the Oddfellows' Hall on .Friday lU^ht. Mr. Tarns provided the music, and extras were played by Miss Hobbs and Mr. Johnson. Mr. Rovce carried out the duties of M.C. Son^s were rendered by ^liss K. Rurt and Mr. Rovce. During the evening light refreshments were handed round. . Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. Rupert Carring ton, C.V.O., D.S.O., has been appointed to the command of the 2nd A.L.H. Rrit;ade, vice ...
WHAT OUR FARMERS' SHOULD CONSIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 12 July 1910
. ' AVHAT OUK. KAKMKK.S SHOUM) CONSnyjOK. 2-' _^-J))tiiiii n. \\ . I'eaiso writes to tho . ? ? 'VRveiinip; . News : — 'J he evidence given lie .?..;: i.v'-,foio the Conciliation Hoard iji-New Zealand by soma of tho union officials as to tlie ]iosi .- -jt on-of Iho limner oniKlovihi; li's sons on, tho fi ill liould be ( uefiill\ noted.' The decla : . . ] -i was omobatK! tlinf 'sens , of farmers ? ^ ...'.must' join the union, anil bo treated in every, war as m«nibers of the -union. If tliev did not .10111 tho union thev would hiive to stiinii down if Union men were availably' anil m . wanted ; t!io ivnrk.' . This aniiouncenieut ? : .-.l-eillv ..'.'tnlifls tho caW for tyranny .anil in so' pace, and we lioiio it will be duly consider- ' r- cd bv. tlio lnri'e number of small farmers whrt : : supported tlio Labor onrtv at the - Common : v.-oDltn elections.- .T.'ie snirit .'in which farni .un^'mattcra .are -vnVved bv that party is fur - ?thor . illustrated lif n recent remark of the Jinder...