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RISE IN FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

lilSE IX KLOUlt. Floor lias advanced 10/ per ton.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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MEMORIAL TO KING EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

JIK.MOIUAL TO KING EDWABD. Mr. Wade says some substantial memorial to King Edward will be erected by the State.

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LOCAL OPTION VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

LOCAL OPTION VOTE. In vieiv of tlte no-lirunse cainpaign, am' tlie fact that a local option vote will be taken at the coming State election, We give belniv tlio figures in connection with Tamwortli elec torate at tlie last election (September, 1D07' It will lie seen that the electorate voted f n ebniimuincc of tho existing licenses:— Hon. linrl. No. Tj. Attinma ? :. 120- 37 7.1 It A. Point ? 22 - 10 0' Castle 'Mount un 12 2-1 ~-9 f!urral)ubiiln 01 33 1 ' Diinean s Creek- . . ? . . -. 10 . .S - . tn T--.ivi 21 S 2 G.isimkI 20 t 1 ' 1 Gidle\ 21 21- U :? Goonoo Goonoo 23 '.\1G I' TT.iIIsmIIl -?2-'s 8 '^ ' F- Haiuin^ I(olK 2' 1 y 7 Kepiiit 21'_-- li T ,imbi - 'IT , 'I 'j 6 ' liOHtr Dtiugoii in 1 v ^ Aronibi 19- 20 1 . 31 Monr Cue't 91 ^ is A-*4 2 !NVm n *li i , ?0 ? 20 ? ? TCinnc* iT i ^13^ 4 ^ t KiiikIIw ' ?i T tn Ocnnb 1 -* ^ 27 Omrinili ^ k r19 - J Jft Rvwunc ? 90 9s* I1 Romerto' * * 1 ' ^muoitli / 'lOfVT 0 7 211' 50« Tnmi 8 ; O i l tinnoi tn 't. A 11 *Trvo Omrtlh \ 5- ' ^'0 * ^07 1 ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. N.S.W. weather conditions during the week ended f) a.m. Friday, July 22, U)iO:~ The chief feature in connection' with the weather in N.S.W. during the past week, wa? the development of the severe cyclonic storm on the coast last Sunday night, which, aftei hoveiinir in the vicinity of central and south ern parts until Tuesday, gradually worked eastward over tlie north Tasnian sea to New Zealand. Its presence on our coast was re sponsible for violent S.K, to S.W. winds, rough seas, and persistently heavy downpours south from Newcastle. As the result of * be latter, both the Hawkesbury and Shoalhaven rivers overflowed their banks; nnd ^on the whole, the disturbance caused considerable damage to trees and landed property. On Monday and Tuesday snow occurred at ?many places on the highlands, and reports show- tliat it extended as far northward as tlie Southern Down of Queensland. The heaviest rainfall totals reported dur ing the storm period wero mostly confined to...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

SPORTING. '1H13 TDltF. ' ' (]W 'Amntour.') 1 lie iw.st polled meeting of iluj. AlaitlunJ .Toekoy Club was bold cm Saturd.-iy last, at Rutherfoid and ean be written down as a very sueey&si'ul ^atherinjx. Uuilievfovd is s'-tualed about three miles from iWaitland, and is 111 decd a thoroughly up-to-date racecourse. Thy spcrt'tary, Mr. A. J. Prentice was not pre sont, as he was actinn in tho capacity of . sti ? pemlinry steward at tlio Hroken Hill meet in}?' Nevertheless the? arrangements weif. Vt*rv eomplele. and everything passed o»f without a hi tfli . As si general rule when ;i meeting is postponed., tbe Uulds ;n*e too lav^re. Imt the reverse was the ease tlrs time. Nc- loss than 10 horses face«l Uie Imrrier in the Novice Ifandicjii), so the postponement did 'ot Icoop mn'iv liorsos away. The track, ah 4hmi^h n trifle )»nldim^ w,\a in first-class or dor.^ and slmwi«:l little ill effect at tbe enn ftusiou of the dnv's racing. A few Tamwortn Roortsmep could b-» seen weodiii'^ t...

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MR. J. J. LORD AT NUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

MR. J. J. LORD AT NUNDLE. A correspondent from Nundlc writes:— Mr. -J. J- Lord, - the selccte.u Labor candidate, addressed a small audience in front of Kelly's hotel on Satur day night. Ho addressed himself entirely to pointing out. the imperfection, and in most cases the iniquity of the laws and conditions under which we live. The Nundle people had no railway and if tbey bad there are 110 trucks. There were pitfalls into which tlie unwary may full iviien tbey buy property, without first investigating the titile. No one iu Nundle could say that lie approved of Wade's 'Coercion Act,' and since that was tho case how could they vote for Wade's sup porter, Harry Levien. lie recapitulated tbe liianv and incontrovertible reasons why be should be returned to Parliament. Had ho not been for years the representative of the Farmers and Settlers' Association at Tamwortli. Then he also had been President of the Coekburn Shire since its inception. The 'meeting' listened nuietly and decor ously, ...

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Official Correspondence. SOMERTON BRIDGE—RE APPROACH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

Official Correspondence. SOilKUTO.N' 11IUDGK— HE APPROACH. 1 ubliu AVorks Department, 'Sydney, 20th 'lii'J'i 11110, Sir, — Hel'errinii to a comimini ratioii presented by you dated 8th ultimo, '?'iitainiiitf eopies of certain resolutions pas Ml at n pnblie ineetini; of the residents ol ?Niiiierloii iirotestiny; against the manner 111 'inn i;ic iiortueni appvoaeli to the Somerton ?TOWs, I'ei-] Hiver, has been set out, I have Wo honor to inform you that the work of ? pasnifr tn„ ctii'vo conipiained of was arranged lor some time a 150, and is now in hand. The approach, however, was constructed on tlio mcs pc-K^od out. I lmve, ^-e., AV. Hann.i, emlL-r-Svcretai-y'. To !{. H. Levien, K«|., Piii'haiiient House. U®W Secretary's Office, Sydney, 20th July, I' continuation of mv letter of the 2nd ?'Hy, m ivplv to yours of the 28th .Tuiip, 1 directed to inform von that n l)i'o vl, ? 1 ^l,s haa' published in tho 'Go- 1m„v ,, 'z'tte' of tho nroreut date, 0.1 itl l'L , 'visions of tho Police Olfcne...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

THE COMING ELECTIONS. M r. I -ee declares the forthcoming elec- | tions will be the most important ever fought in this State. * I

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NUNDLE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

NUNDLE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Tlie tennis match between Peel Hiver aud Wallabada'n elubr, recently postponed owing to bad weather, was played off on the Nundic courts 011 Saturday, Kith July. The players from AVallabadah arrived 011 Friday after noon' ami ill the evening were entertained at a 'social' in the School of Arts. O11 Sat , lirdav the courts v.ere in irood order, atul au [excellent ilav s plnv resulted Hi a win for he ilccnl club. 'I lie detailed scores oiq as fol- I I lows: — M. Payno and Miss Jlemcke h, v I. Cramer I .and jrys; laimer l. I I. Ti. Turton and Miss P.'iilierton 0, v. H iTnnnpr and Mrs. Jenkins 2. 1 T. lie and Aliss Pavlor v L. Tanner ?and Mrs. Maldoek o. | - A. I. MeTs'iae and Jliss .Tones 6j v. It. iCrninor and Mis^ Kearnev 3. | I , StiKiki'onle and Memeko 3, v. IV Jenkins I andO. f;ramer 0. 'I l.-.-.-Mics .Tones aud Aliss Pinlcertoii 3, v.' Mrs- I |Jo'i'-:i'« and ST it. Tannc-v 0. - .1 I M. Pavno and lurlon 6, v. J/: . Tanner and I I. Crani'!' -*...

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. COST OF INSPECTING FEDERAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Pross Tologrnphici Association.) SYDNEY. Tuesday. COST OK INSPECTING KEDEI1AL Sl'l'lv _ inspection liy Parliamentarians ol the Federal capital site has already cost £15,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

SOCIETY IJVl'lNT. Sarah Herks took Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules for her Tndiyest'on, and can how moot her social ensiasemonts. 2s. Otl. per tin. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

v v '-i'- '!- ^ ^ -!' -J/ ❖ 4: -)- ^ -|e5?c ^ , mm J'111 the Robar Tea Girl. Src that teapot — it's just an ordinary earthenware one still it's as :;00'.l a teapot as yon can get lo make tea in. \Varm it— — tlicii nicatiire into it tlie liecesfsary quantity of tea — fill it with water just to the boil — let it draw for 5 or 6 minutes— and you'll be able to pour as good a cup of tea out of it as anybody needs drink— this applies especially lo Ihe No. 1 Grade - Rolmr— the No. 2 Grade i» yall' [jood ten, too. - Obtainable , from P, Q. SRilTH & CO. W'AN'TIOD ? Good Girl lo as.si.st :n Housework. Mrs. S. IIAHVEY, Carthagc-street. BOST in TaniWQiUi on Thuividay, black J ]:arasal cut i:f sulky. Kinder plea::o leave same at 'Observer' Office. HAI1K DIUVK at DUIU, on .MONDAY, AlKJUST 1st : sLartu from Post Office. Iiiinch i'rov'dcd. j' OS!' in Peel Wtreet, on Saturday Night, fi J COM) (..'HOS.S, with Pearls, and Neel: Chain. Howard o« returning to 'Observer'1 Office. 1' OST, ONK HAY ...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWOllTH. W. T. Cnlleott and Co. report last Friday $ salo as under: — Butter, 1/1 tn 1/2J per lb. Eggs, 1/2 to 1/1 .J pur dozen. Bacon, 7(1 tier Hi. Lard, Gd tn 'Id pur lb. Dripping, 2jil to -lid ]H'1' lb. Honey, 10/ to 12/ pur (iOlb tin. Do., 2/ to 2/3 nor 71b tin. Do., 1/3 pur ?lib tin. Brooms. 1/ to 1/3 oacli. Tea, -J/0 per 51b tin. Oranges, 1 / 3 to 2/ por i-caso. Do., 4/3 per rase. Lemons, 1/ per J-case. Do., 3/0 to 1/3 per 5 -case. Apples, -1/, to 7/ per j-caso. Do., damaged, 3/9 por 1-caso. Cabbage, good, 2/ to 3/G per dozen. Do., small, 1/ to 1/0 nor dozen. Cauliflowers, (rood, 5/ to 6/0 per dozen. Do., small, 1/ to 3/ per dozen. Carrots, 1/ to 2/ per dozon. Parsnips, 2/0 per dozen Imnclies. Beet, 1/0 per dozen lninclies. Turnips, Gd per dozen bundles. Do., 1/3 to 1/0 per J-owt. Lettuce, 4d to Gd per dozen. Esclmlotts, 'd per dozen bundles. Pumpkins, 3/ to 7./G per dozen. Grammas, 1/1 eadi. Pie melons, 2/0 to 7/ per dozen. Fowls, roosters, 3/ to «/ per pair...

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THE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION PLACING IT IN A FINANCIAL POSITION. THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

THE AGRICULTURAL ASSO CIATION PLACING IT IN A FINANCIAL POSITION. THE 1NTEIIKST OK TJ1E PEOPLE. A special meeting uf tlie committee uf tbo Agricultural Association was held un Friday afternoon to consider a proposed prospectus in connection with placing the Association iu a /iuancial position. There were present: Messrs. Alex. Mathc 5:«n (president), G. Lrnler, G. A. Codnn^ton, H. E. Proctor, W. C5. ChafTov, C. Jeffries Oritten, E. lvinic- M. -I. Connors, A. Car dale, Ci. Xankervix, V, J. M'Mahniij and \Y. Kishcr. Anolojjies were received for the ab sence of Messrs. AV. M'Lennan, 10. Back house, K. Forye, G. 1L G. King, and A. Mad den. The president said he regretted very much that there was not, a larger attendance when the importance of the matter to he placed before the committee was considered. He took it that what they decided upon to-day : was to be the ground work for the placing of the showground upon a propor basis. The ouestion was of very ^rave importance, as t.bov liiifl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

IT DAZZLES 'I'll 10 WOULD. No discovery in medicine has ever created 0110 (ilia iter of the interest- that has been caused by Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs itnd Colds. It has brought relief in tho most hopeless cases, when all else lias failed. Pi-ice, Is. (id. and 3s. Obtain able at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* For Chronic Chest tom|)iainls,' Woods' Great Peppormiut Cure. 170.'

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MR. D. A. EDWARDS, P.M., CONGRATULATED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

MR. D. A. EDWARDS, P.M., CONGRATULATED. When the Mudgee Police Court was opened on l'Viday morning last, and previous to the commencement of the business of the day Mr. Davidson said he had only noticed in tho paper the previous day that Mr. lid wards -bad been transferred to Tamwortli. lie had thought that Jlr. bdward s next promo tion would have been to Sydney as a stipen diary 'magistrate, but presumed that it was owing to the fact that no opening was there that he had been promoted to Tamwortli, At any rate lie was pleased to tijse tliis opportunity, 011 behalf of tho profession, to congratulate Mr. Hdwards on his promotion. Ho was sorry, and lie thought ho could say the same 011 behalf of tho other members of the profession, that Jlr. Edwards was leav ing, but 110 doubt tbe promotion was bene ficial to him. Mr. Edwards bad been a great number, of years in tho district, and was highly thought of. He desired, in conclu sion, to express his warmest congratulations. Sub-inspector A...

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GOONOO GOONOO CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

G00N00 G00H00 CREEK NEWS. (From our Correspondent). Progress Meeting.- — The usual monthly meeting of our association took place at the president's dwelling. Messrs. A. J. Bridge (president), J. G. Keccb, K. Wise, Kdmonds, W. George, M. Hohau, M. Hoff man, 11. S. Sacomb, A. Worbovs, T. Swain, C. Scott, and K. G. Keech lion. sec., were present. Some of the motions were as fol lows: — Moved by .1. G. Keech, seconded by C. Scott — That the secretary be instructed to write the Peel Shire Council asking for repairs to the road between the -r)i and rl uric pegs. — Carried. Moved by K. Wire, seconded by A. Worbovs — That the secretary be instructed to inquire when a bridge is to he completed over the creek between farm? lfii) and IftO — Carried. ..loved by Mr Kdmonds seconded by M. lloban — That the secretary he instructed to apply for the clearing of the road between farms 23 and 2i), and 22, 29 and HO on Peel Biver Private Sub-division. — Carrie:!. Moved by M. Hoban, seconded by Mr. Kdmo...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') Last seconds and Attunga played a com petition match 011 tho oval on Saturday. The game was a poor exhibition of rugby. Knst won by 11 to nil, and missed several good chances of scoring. The Land Office and .Banks, and Other Olliees played a good-humored contest on tlie Oval 011 Saturday afternoon. A dire con spiracy, it is alleged, was hatched to make the game a draw, but the fates were mi- i kind and Other Offices won by \) points to ;j. There were no accidents, and the pro ceedings went without a hitch. The Land and Banks seemed a pretty good investment for a sporting bet on the appearance of the teams, but Other Offices had something up their many-colored sleeves, and emerged victorious from a bloodless fray. Mr. Aiken had charge of the whistle. Tamwortli Union put up a big fight with New Kngland, at Arniidale, on Saturday. The game was strenuous and most evenly contested. Tamwortli forwards were in fine fettle, and played well throughout. The re...

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

GUNNEDAH. Haivke and Treloar, Ltd., Gnnnedali, re port that tlio. 'following prices wero realised at their Union sales on Friday: — Eggs, 1/-1J to 1JG dor. Fowls, 1/7 to 3/0 pair. Turkeys, 11/0 pair. Bacon, lOd. lb. Cabbages, Id. to Od. each. Cauliflowers, Id. to 8d. cadi. Pumpkins, -Ul. _ Mandarins, 2/0 to 2/7 case. ? ; ' Oranges, 2/ to 2/1 ; case. ; , . . ? Piemelons, 3}d each. ' 'Wine, 1/ bottlo. ' . . Also a quantity. of furniture at very favor able* prices.' :? July 23, 1910. . : t . V . '

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SYDNEY. WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910

SYDNEY. . WOOL MARKET. John Bridge and Co., Ltd., report tney held their first sale of the new wool year on 'Wednesday last. The selection was only a medium one, but there was a firm demand foi all sound, well-grown wool,s, free from burr. Short stapled sorts were in disfavor, .ind wo impress on nur wool-growing friends, 3S pecialiv the owners of the smaller clips, the iie?essity of keeping the short fleeces out ol the leadii)!! lines. The 'Amondale' clip from Gnrali, and 'Woiidaliree' from Burren each made lid while the 'Clover Hill' clip from Barca!dinr (Queensland), scoured, made 22Jd for second combing; 21Jd for first pieces; 15Jd . for Etained nieces, etc. Sydney, July 20, 1910 Winchcombe, Carson, and Co., Ltd., re nort : — AVOOL. Tlio first auctions of the new wool yea) wero held on Tuesday and 'Wednesday last, when 9099 bales were offered, and the total sales by auction and privately amounted to 12,530 bales. The selection was largely com prised of Queensland wools with a num...

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