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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion of our correspondents.] STATE POLITICS. LABOR ORGANISER IN TAMWORTH. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. I We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our eorrvspoudeuU.J STATE POLITICS. LAliOi; OHGAMSKU IN TAMWOKTH. (To tlio editor.) Sir, — I was somewhat sunmsed on reading a renort of a speech delivered lir i Sir. An drews, who is 'described as ilii organiser of tlio Australian 'Workers' Union. Mr. An drews is renorted to havo said that I voted for the Wade Party against the Labor Party oil tho Coercion Act; that since I have heen in the House 1 havo always voted against the interests of the workers and for tho monopo lists, and that I would continue to vote for measures inimical to the 111511 who have to work itard for scant remuneration. * Now, Mr. Editor, had there lieen two Leviens in tlio Mouse, 1 would nave iieen lienuiiiu:, eo ouglit to think that there had been some hon est mistake of identification, but as there is only one l.evien there, and as a profes sional political organiser is presumed to know his facts, even my mental generosity can not prevent me f...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
MUSICAL NOTES. (By* 'Pitchfork.') In these .notes, which wiJ appear from time to time, it. will be my dfUiro and en deavor to r.timulato the intcivst of reader* in matters 'lnmioal, both local' and in tho outside (or porlup;; I should say tlie inside), world of the divine art. With regard to local happenings I shall gratefully welcomo news or suggestions from 'oriespondents, and I trust that anything n the sho'-c of criticism that mav emanate either from their non or my own, may be prompted l\v kindly feelings an:l nothing but the \vish for the advancement of music in Tamworth and district. So far as I can learn no steps have yet - been taken towards promoting au Eistedd fod here this vear, and I a*;reo with many others, that, apart from the want of a suit ab'e building in .which to held such, that it is too much to expect an annual rendition of the event in one town of this size. Neither from some other noints of view, is it desir ahle. ^ # # ? What I should like to see would be on...
HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF MEMBERS. The half-vcariy meeting of members of the Institute was als:) hold. In addition to tlie committee there wero present, Messrs. Po well (2- and Johnson. REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. Mr. Creagh read the following report of the committee for the half-year ' ending 30th J une During the half year the fol lowing .subscriptions havo been received;— Gentlemen : Yearly 25, half-yearly 8, quar terly 131, monthly 23. Total 187. Ladies: Yearly 1, half-yearly 1, quarterly oi, mommy u. Total m. For tlie .total number of subscriptions, 273, the sum of £5i 18/(5 was received.^ At the close of the half year there were 207 financial members on the roll. There were 3551 issues of books and 892 issues of ntagaxincs on loan from the librarv. 10 new hooks, costing £(-/0U, wero added to the library, in which there aro now 3(-|3 volumes. The small number of new hooks added is accounted for by the fact that purchases were not msrdo while building oper ations were in progress. Th...
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Press Telegraphic Association.) SYDNEY. . l'Yiday. .STATU POLITICS. The Legislative Council agreed to the first reading of the Hill providing for notification of cases of consumption. '1 he second read ing of the Closer Settlement Promotion Jiill was moved and the debate adjourned. 'I'lie Assembly passed the Railway Loan Hill through Committee. It authorises the Government to borrow two million pounds, but the duplications decided upon will cost three and a half millions, 'the most urgent works are to be undertaken first. It is hoped to have these completed within 12 months. tives which the Government have in view sire : Werris Creek in tlie North, lo'.i miles at a cost of .CI ,^07 ,000 ; Hlaynev, in the West, 03 miles, at a cost of £8!) 1.000; Harden in the South, 117 miles, at a cost of £l,l(i7,000 ; and Waterfall to Otford, 011 the South Coast, six miles, at a cost of .C231,00(-. The Crown Lands Amendment Hill was read the liist time. The Minister explained t...
MOOR-BECTIVE ROAD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
MOOH-HECTIV H UOAl). (To the' Editor.) Sir, — Kindly allow me space in you esteemed .journal, calling attention to the disgraceful state of tho Moor-Hcetive road 011 the Cock burn Shire portion. Iu the event of wot weather this portion of the road is rendered almost illitrafiicable hv several large holes of water and mud which obstruct tlie way, making the jouriieyv. tedious, uncoinfi. liable, and dangerous, while an unlimited supply of first-class gravel lies within a stone's throw of the road. It would cost tile council but very little to turn this gravel to good and ireful account to the gratification, comfort, and safety of the travelling public. Trust ing this matter will fiiul immediate atten tion. Yours, etc., . It. A. HALL. Gidley, 1-7J7/'10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
Mini COB i CO., \ LIMITED., Slack & Properly Salesmen, I': TAMWORTH, 1IAYK FOlt 8ALI5. . SHEEP (In Wul). TAMWORTH. 000 AVetliers,. I, (-, and 8-tootli, shorn Sop- „ tuluber, l'lains bred, well grown, forward, condition. 10/(3 COO Xbred Hoggets, 5(50 aro Shi-ops., olio marl:,* bal. Linoolns, well grown, un shorn, tioiid condition. 8 / 560 Uwos, .1 and 5 years, merinos, shorn October, nice clean fleeces, big frames, 1'20 to lamb end July, bal. to lamb end ; .September. Bargain, 0 / 500 Wethers, 1, (i and .8-lnoth, shorn Sep tember, well woolled, in good condition. 10)6 avoolomin: 000 Imi OS, F.M., Manilla bred, shorn Septem ber, big frames, grand condition, imp. Border Leicester ranis, joined early , A 1 1 1* i 1 , and were' taken but in June. 7/ . . URALLA. - lbOff-Ewos,*.' lOl-.-i -dry ,-* shorn- November, car rying nico. clean fleeces. -I/O DUNGOAVANr ' 800 EweSj 3 '?and: -I years, J.loonlii bred, one mnrk, shorn Ofctohor, and dipped ; Pliroj-. rams joined Anril, an'd were ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
— PAIACE Or^TTRADE ^^SwJAMWORTH ? ~ YesterJay's Efforts Eclipsed by To-Day 's ! Fairings that wiil Fairly Surprise Every Fair lady that . Reads Them. Tliey are prices tliat help you to help yourself. ' They are bigger and better and more .attractive bargains than we have yet published. We are determined that they shall leave us, and not be left to the * ' 'tender mercies' of the builders, when making* the extensions to . our store. . : / ; These Fairings mean that we have a thought to your good tastes— ' ~ a consideration for your purse — and a care for your comfprt. / CALL AND PROVE OUR WORDS BY THESE MAGNIFICENT FAIRINGS. ; BLANKETS, etc. . j , . . 7/j for !!.-} White English Blankets, Mingle lied Sisse. | . ]3'(i for White Double Hod Size En^iish Ulunliet.j tliat wero lli.'. I 1-l/li 'for 1(5.'!) AYliito S'imie Hetl Size Australian Blankets. I ? 10/ for While Double lied Sizo Australian Blankets, j 0'3 fin- 7/0 B.'ue Grey lilankctii for Single iieds. '12/ for Blue Cirey Blankets ...
RURAL SIFTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
RURAL SIFTINGS. I .(By 'Quanda.') I Tlioso my notes, your study and delight, Road them by day, and meditate by night. I hurry 011 to take up my thoughts and notes at Mr. F. II. Robson's farm oil the liill, with a frontage of a good mile to Gun liodali road. This property runs back to the railway line. Standing on tho high land, 0110 obtains a. good view of surrounding im provements, lot acres of wheat aro now smrn, and although Somewhat late iu planting, can he seen breaking ground well and wo hope Mr. HoKson will reap well whoroof ho lias sown. At the l-niilo I must sav our Peel Shire has dono well to convert that hack bog hole ) into a well metalled roadway, and the way j it. looks I should think speaks well for its ! contractor. I To this job lay the credit of breaking in the new roller, lately purchased, which . should prove a good investment from tho way in which it puts down all before it. ' Mr. .1. E. Smith has entered 011 more im provements, by way of a neat avenue of trees ...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MONTHLY COMMITTKK MH1CTIXG. _ The usual monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Wednesday night, there being present Messrs. J. 0. Grnvston (president), A'. J. Creagh (hon. secretary), A. Butler (hon. troasuror), H. Nankervis, Q. Lofbenj, H. J. Hober, C. J. Shannon, O. H. Peek, J. Den ning, and Rev. .las. Cosh. Aimhuiics wero received for the absence of Messrs. M. B. Bvan and H. MeVen^h. WKLCOMK. I he president welcomed tlie Kuv. Mr. C-osh, who is i\ new -'ommitteeman. lie was sure the committee would rcao a irood (leal of benefit through Mr. (Tosh's election. Mr. Cosh thanked the committee for the welcome. When he took on a tiling he tried to carry on the duties, and he did not think he would fail here. PROPOSED VISIT OF PROFESSOR Wa 1 V The following letter from the secretary of i the Sydney University Extension Board was read : — I am trving to arrange for a visit by Pro fessor Watt, the tiewly-ajrno.inted Professor of Agric...
SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
.SUSSI5X-STRKET SAIiKS. I'otato buyers wore nresent iu la rye iiiini hers at tho auction sales, and competition wan animated. Prime table redskins brought 7 /?'- to 7/10, good (i/7 to 0/11, nrime wliite siiiii HIK,. Prices paid for all commodities with the exception of maize wero consider ably weulior. 'Chaff receded 0/3, and lucerne liny .r'/. Maize advanced Id. per bushel; c'loico quality chaff -l/l to i, ), prime lots 3/8 1 1 !/, good cuts HI to 3/7, medium sorts 2/8 t--i ' 9.jl), prime -|iiality lucerne hay 3/8. me flium 3/ to 3/2, inferior 2/3, good, larue bales, 3/, prime wheateu straw 3/, inferior 2/, prime drr yellow maize 'V' AVlioat, 3/8. Rarlev, 3/ to 3/0.
MUSICAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
MUSTCAT, SOCIF.TY'S CONCKHT. llio Iainworth Slusical Sot'ietv and their conductor, Sir. T. G. SlcShane, L.A.H.. have been busy lately in the nroini ration of 11 con cert nrogrninine. which 'will be rendered at an early date.' 'Sly love dwelt in a North ern Land,' is a very pretty part song;- with u'i'iuuitio effect. It is oxvjected the chorus will do it full justice. 'Thanks be to God,' mid 'The Singers' with other musical and humorous items should delight the musical people of Tamworth. J
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. ! July 2Mrd is the date of next regular niontiily visit to Tamworth of GII3B & UEICMAN, LTD., tho well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydnoy. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to G p.m. All sufferers from any eyo trouble, One of tlio principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman, lato Man ager mid Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who have been visiting this town lor somo years, aro tho principals, so clients can rely on tho most export Kyo service in con sulting us. Next visit: Saturday, July 23rd,
THE WOMAN CATHOLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
THK ROMAN CATHOLIC HALL. Arrangements are well forward for a most successful hall on Tuesdav and Wednesday I 'Cvcnitms next at the AlHamhra Hall. A' £pee:aUv fine supper is bein^ prepared by ' the ladies and the decorations are in the hands of tho Hibernian »Sooi'Hv\ Palms are boini; obtained from Newcastle. .Four teen ' fancy .sets have been arranged, and tlie uii^uu cuM,uiiien oi wiose ljikiui^ nan win p;o a loiii£ way to make the ball a brilliant func tion. Spectator* of the gallery should there fore, be narticularlv woll^ catered for. .l:r names the fancy setn are rs follows: — The Geisha, Floral, Puritan Maids, Debutantes, Starlight, Snowball Niirlit, Liberty, Comet. Harp of Krin. Court Cards, G'pry, Hunting Set, and Medieval Queen. Special prizes have been offered by Mis. R. H. Levien; and a gentleman from Syd ney for the best, fancy set. A juvenile night will bo held on 'Wednesday, and several nn vel nets have been arranged. The hall will be opened with a Grand March, and a r...
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 15 July 1910
FACTS 'WORTH KNOWING. Mr. o. A. Iiasser s many local patrons will ! be glad to learn that this well-known Vien- ! jicss and London Opthalmic Optician and Spoctable Maker, will in future pay Tam vwth visit every sis weeks, and his next visit will he in August. Ho may ho consulted rk the Roval Hotel on Fridsiv, 19th, and S tturda^v 20th AiV»iV^t. During a trip round tho world Mr. Basser visited the renowned ontical collorrns at, Lonrlnn. \Tnw Tork. Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from each of which he holds credentials, and is also a qualified master of tho British Optical As sociation. AH defects of the sight corrected, and glasses specially adapted for ocular head aches. Your sight tested with the latest in vented instrument. Consultation freo of charge. Mr.'Basser may bo consulted in per son, so as to guarantee tho best result. No travellinc agents employed. Solo agent for tho 'So Easy' rimless clafwpR.*