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"THE GOLDEN CALF." SERMON BY THE REV. JAMES COLWELL. THE MAYOR AND THE "OBSERVER" CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
'THE GOLDEN CALF.' SERMON BY THE REV. JAMES COL WELL. THE , MAY0It AND THE 'OBSERVER ' CRITICISED. The I?or. James- Coliv 'ell's discourse at the Methodist Church on Sunday night was has od on versos ii and 2-j of the chapter of Exodus, as- follows: — 'And when Aaron saw it (the golden call) lie built an altar be fore it;' and 'Then Moses stood in the gale ol the camp and saui Ulio is on the Lord s side? Let liini come unto me.' The preacher contrasted the actions of Aaron and Moses and then spoke of present day matters. IJe said that quite recently in Tuiiiworth they bad evidence of the golden calf. God had ^iven this town and d-'stnei much prosperity, hut ho sometimes thougnt it would he a curse to the people who enjoy it. They bad had instances of men not doing what they knew to be right, because of the power of the golden calf. Not long ago ,i request was sent to the Council lor a woman highly thought of, a distinguished woman, Ui be s\llo\ved to speak iu Peel-street. They know ...
TAMWORTH AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL GRANT OF £2000. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
TAMWORTH AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL GRANT OF £2000. 111-. R. 11. Levien is in receipt of the follow ing communication from the' Denartnient of Agriculture, Sydney, 21st July, 15)10:— With reference to the letter presented by you from the secretary of the Tamwortli Agri cultural Assoiation last month, asking for a special grant to assist them in acquirin;; a new show ground, I have the honor to 'in- form 'you that in view of the special circum stances of the case, the Cabinet b'*s appro ved of a irrant, of £2000, This sum will be placed 'Un the Estimates for the current fin ancial year.
THE DECLARATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
THE DECLARATION BILL. The -clerk of the House of Coihuioiis wo overwhelmed by an avalanche of amend ments '' tl-- Declai 'ti'ni Bill IVnni all (mut ters of the House. It, is probable that party lines will -lis' linear when the measure c'tucs l—fi-i--- t1'' House for t''e ;-'eond readiie . Dispito. the violence of the Opposition, Jlr. Asquill) is determined on unaccentaiicv of :iiii-'-duiei'', of jlie Govcriiiii ('?!; bill, '.ami in tends to force it through without conceding ttfiv changes, . .
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. Mr. S. A. Unsser s many local patrons will be glad to learn that this well-known Vien ness nnd London Opthalmic Optician and Speclnblo Mnlcor, will in future pay Tam wortli n visit every six weeks, and his next visit will be in August. He niav be consulted ill. tlie ivo.vai iiotei on rridav, am! S-iturdny L'Oth AiV.'Vst. 'Diirin.c a trip round the world Mr. Rasscr visited the renowned optica! colleges at London, New York. Vienna, Berlin nnd Dresden, from each of which be liold.s credentials, and is also a qualified master of tlm British Optical As sociation. AH defects of tho sight corrected, hnd glasses specially adapted for ocular liead nchqs. Your sight tested with the latest in vented instrument. Consultation froo of cbnrge. Mr. Basser may bo consulted in per son, so as to guaranteo tbo best result. No travelling agents employed. Solo agent for the 'So Easy' rimloss glasses.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. August Kith is (be date of next regular monthly visit to Tamwortli of» GIBB & BEEMAN, LTD.. tho well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Cnlodonian Hotel. Honrs: 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam wortli (Chas. Gibb, lato principal of Charles Gibb nnd Co., and J. W. Reoinan, late Man ager nnd Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra clough), who linve been visiting this town for some years, aro tlio principals, so clicnts can rely on tho most expert Evo service in con sulting us. Next visit : Monday, August lotli.
BREACHES OF THE GAMING ACT. THE GAME OF "SPOT KOW." [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
BREACHES 'OF THE CAMING ACT. THE GAME OF' 'SPOT KOAY.' A nuniher or (Jlmiese wero iiresent unuer arrest charged with breaches of the Gaming ? Act. Mr. A. J. Creagh (Creayli and Creagli) aj) poared for accused. Cluing Sills; (storekeeper) pleaded guilty to a chariie of beimr tile keener of a cniniiinu gaining house entered, by special warrant at Tamworth on Sunday iiiyht.' JMr. Cieayli said lie understood tho ? men did not plav for lii^li stakes. Tliey played more for recreation. Sei'nt. Caldwell said accused had previously been cautioned. Mr. Cren^li said Clunijj Sinj; was left tn charge for the owner of the store. And after all, there was not a great deal of harm do.iu bv the Chinese,' who played by themselves. * III answer to the P.M., Scrgt. Caldwell said no European was found on the premises and this was Cluing Sinn's first odencc. The P.M. said ho would fine accused lightly oil account of this beini; tho first offence. A' fine of £-j, or two months' imprisonment was imi'oscd. T...
A RUNAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
A RUNAWAY. A good deal of excitement was caused in Peel and other streets this afternoon bv a bolting horse attached to a cart. They 'aio tho property of a Chinaman, who had driv en to the goods shed for some articles. He was told the articles were at the railway smwon, .so me celestial started lor there. A wheel of the cart skidded on a rail, how ever, aiul John Chinaman was thrown out, falling, we believe, on his bead. Tbe horse bolted, aud the owner, who apparently did not, sustain anv injury, started after' him, but the animal was in a proper bolting moo. I, and rattled the cart alon^ at a ^reat rate. 'Die horse raced (o Lower-street and return ed into Peel-street by coming un Hrisbane strcet, around Messrs. T. J. Treloar and Co.'s corner. In front, of Messrs. Nnih.ni Cohen and Co.'s establishment the runaway bumped against a saddled horse and knock ed it over. A little distance ahead tlie bolter was stopned, and then tbe Chinaman came along and drove awav. He wore a worried loo...
AN OPIUM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
AN OPIUM CASE. ? A. second charge was laid against. -Cluing Sing, viz., having in his possession a quantity of opiiriii, he not being the liolder of a liccnso authorising the sale of poisons. Accused, for whom Mr. Croa^li appear j.l, pleaded not uuiltv. Senior-Constal'le Sinclair deposed: About 1(1 o'clock last night, in company witli Sorgt. Caldwell and other police, T wont to a houso ill Peel-street occupied by Chung Sing. 1 entered the premises from the rear and in a room on the left hand side of a passage i' saw a largo number of Chinamen. ' I found the two pots of opium produced in tho room. They wero in some old eases on the floor. I also found a small quantity of opium in a tin rolled round with paper lying on the floor. .Accutcd was qnest'oiiod and at the lock-up I hcird !-'er;-L Caldwell ask him if he had a certificate to deal in paisons. He said 'No.'' Siugt. Caldwell then charged him with tho present charge. He -made, no reply. '11) Mr. Crcauh : All the opium was in tho o...
THE DAN BARRY DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
THE BAN JSA15KY DRAMATIC COM PANY. jRy l-efereiKv lo mtr advortisinn columns it will' be noticed that- the above company will appoar iu the ('''U ! 1 Hall next l1 rulay niulit, Aumist 1st, for one ni'ht onlv. J no connuinv is well known, and ackninvled^ed lo bo tbo foromopt exponents of d'aniatic iilays toi'i-in1-' the foiiimonwealtli. TJ'e neces ix- i. ? .1 ? .1 /iniMiwr 4l»o Konsim liavo been rccont'v secured bv Hollyford, tlie inan n-rer of tbe company, for m-oduct'un I' Aus tralia. and h.-holds the sol- n};bte »f tbojii from tbo author's awnts. Tbe ccmpany lias been innteriallv stren-.'t.lieiied in rome re; snoots, but .manv of U-o cM fi.vonfcn will still be in the on st. Mi-s Lons n-UHbam. the rrninrkublv clever and tiilented voun? emotional actress, who created muIi _ .1 profoun 1 iniprefsiott last year mirin.- i eompiinv's visit,, will a-ain cimcl, tlio ea.l l-olos. Tho luecos to be cndurc'l bavo been si or-iallv chosen with the view of ??Vm. imr her the fullest sco-e for w w...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
COLF. ? :o : ? A Stroke Handicap competition fol' Pre sident's Trophy was played on Saturday^ Ro« suits: — l'igott .. ...... 105 . HO 09 Suttor .. .. ;. .. 10(5 J 30' 70 King .. .. .. .. loa - .30 7!l Henderson .....10.) ?:5 ? Creiich ? ? ? ? 100' 20 7H Clark.. .. .... 101 23 7(Y . lliicUloy .. ..... 100 . , 20 ?« Ellis .. .. .. .. !-S '--1 11 ' Began ? .. .. ll:- ISO 11 .Ti 'Taggart . . . .' 110 - '82 78 ' Bovlsou .; 100 . 21 7!) Harris. .. 107 28 70 ?-.Galloway .. .. .-. 115 oli 70
"SAN TOY" FOR MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
' f'SAN TOY'- FOR 'MUSTCAL SOCIETY. An 'ox- .1 aniwortlrto . writes: — -Uiuli-r scpai ? a to cover. I am kimuIiuu; yoir.iv nrofrrununo »l 'Sin 'loy, produced by the Petevshain Choral Society this we'oli. -It may, perhaps, ?bo of some uso to your musical editor ~-y ''compiling bis (or her) notes, and further more. of interest to members of the Tani wnrt.li Musical Sncietv. Tlie excellent pre .-entntion of Sidnc;.- Jones' popufnr work wljieb T witnessed last n ii;b t, has not sbakt-ii my faith in mv old soc-'ety, the T.M.S., biit rather leads mo to simcest. that the cnniniU tee of mananenieiit miirlit well consider 'San Toy' as .i local possibility. With one ox' coptipn. all tbe principals in tho Petersn.uii .So'ciety's production, wero' amateurs and, as doubtless you lnivo road in the nietrouolilan press, tboy acriuittod tboniselves creditably. Tbo chorus worlv wiis Rood, tbe dross:n.u nnd (Tonorj' iii barniony,*and t.bo dances, arrang ed by -Miss -Minnie Everett,' a very special fon...
CELESTIALS IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
? CELESTIALS IN THOUPLi: boiiiQtliing hko two dozen op. tho Cliniosc portion of tlio poi-ulation of Tamwortli. not into trouble on, Smidiiv night: Tlio iiolice ?inado a, raid on - their- quarters and found ail illegal 'jpinio in progress.' All nr tlio room, ??whether they wero plavuiii or not-, we.e placed uiidor arrest and broutrbt. to tin: lock-up', whore tlicv snent tlio reiuaiudcr of tlio niirlit. fJ lio dock was. not .Iny cikuik-'i to bold all tbo accusod at tbe.court yesterday, so luroifi seats bad to bo availed ol. homo ol the (jbinameu d:d not' scoin to liuud bein^ produced at. . the .'temiilo uf. Justicc. . but t hero wero ? others :. who : considnrod it rather.- Imrd . thati tbov:.Kliould , bo prevontiid Irom plavin^ wluit lo tboir , - nunds is a liannlcss gnmo: fl hen suraui; tho liiw. is that n norson - must'' bo arrested^ oven- if lie is not ' pbivin;;— benm 'on :tbn .-premises justifies ,'ns - arrest. : All tlio colpstmls - woro fined, as w:il bo seen' bv 'our, ronorfc...