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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
MAITLAND. Fat; Cattle.— Fairly largo supplies wero yarded. - Extra prime and weighty bullocks sold at £10/9/ to £13/9/, prime £9 to £10, good £7/15/ to CO, medium £Cyl0J to £-/10/, ? inferior £5/10/ to £0/10/. Primo yards of cows made £5/0/ to £0, good £-1/10/ to £o/5/, -medium £3/10/ to £4/10/, inferior £2/10/ tu £3/lUf. Fat Calves. — Prime and weighty vealers sold at Go/ to 85/, prime 55/ to 65 /, good 35/ to 557, medium 20/ to 35/, inferior 10/ on 20 1. Fat Siieep. — Prime aud weighty wethers sold at 17/li to 20/, prime 15/11 to 17/6, gooJ 11/ to 15/11, medium 11/6 to 14/ ; lioggots sold at 12/G to l-J/3. ' ' Pigs. — Heavy baconers and backfaltors sold at 52/ to 01/; good baconers 44/ to 52/, light ditto at 33/ to 41/, heavy porkers 30,. to' SB/, light .24/ to 30/.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
PERSONAL. Mr. S. A. Barnes, of West Tamwortli, is still very ill. All his family have been sent for. The Bev. W. I''. Harris-Walker, from 1 ho metropolis, is assisting in the Church of l'liigland, at Tamwortli. until the Nov, A. W. Johnstone arrives to take up his duties. Word has been received in town of tbe denth at Gulgong last night of Mrs. Linvson, wife of Mr. K. C. Lawson, who a few years ago was accountant in the Tamwortli branch of the A. .).('. Bank (now the Bank of Com merce). Mr. .1. T. Leafe, a remarkable preacher and successful evangelist, coninieiices a lii's sion in the Methodist Church, Sunday next. Mr. Leafe has- travelled far and wide. He has preached to large congregations in manv parts of the world, and be is remarka'ily successful in dealing with men. On Sunliv evening next Mr. Leafe speaks in tin- Cen *.ral )? tall . at 7. H0, aud the Methodist Cln,n l.-ill siiijj Alexander's hymns. Mrs. Butler, wife of Mr. Jas. Butler, of Swamp Oak, died at Tamworth on Sunday ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 26 July 1910
Death. ARMSTRONG. — July 21, at Hampden-road, &nbsp; Artarmon, George Herbert, aged 18 years, late of Lands Department, Coon- abarabran, Tamworth, and Walgett, eld- &nbsp; est son of James Armstrong, Nowra. In Memoriam. SHAW. —In loving niemory of our brother &nbsp; and uncle, William Shaw, who departed this life on 25th July, 1909. R.I.P. Inserted by his brother and family.
Tho Depths of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
? The Depths of the Sea. Tlio above is the title of a .lecture1 delivered by Mr. Charles Hedloy, F.L.S., in connection with tlio Sydney University Kxtens'on Board, at the Oddfellows'. Hall on 'J liursda.V ovoniifg. - Tliero - wa-i :i . - liiij'ly large attend ance. 'I ho lecture was, most interesting, and i.'iH. unmn lii.n ? I ? ? made n:i .instructive audi nlcaSant evening! Hcv. James Cosji lent assistance in manipu lating the lantern. Lecturing 911' the ocean aby.'s, Mr. Hedley remarked t.'iat it differed; from, the world of air and suns'.i.iio in which, wo -live bv throo principal characters— the. c«Jd', the darl;iic;:s, and the pressure. '1 ha cold aud darkness wo can appreciate, but tjio, trenieudous r. res-sure is a sensation wo. cannot imti'iiie. ' TIioeg animals that c11d111v.it have o'nTv beconio ac climatised through a long series of generations. Wliou a person- is buried; at : ca. thi' coroso must bo so squeezed when it arrives at tlio bottom as- to resemble a folded umbr...
MUNICIPAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
MUNICIPAL NOTES. Tho nkWiiUMi, nt their muutm' on Tues d«y »ot u dC'lil ot' ness, some i-f it hein-r of »n inmortnnt ohnr ncier. In the coiTOspomleneo \r;is a communication lrom tlio U ndor-becretnrv, Public \YorUs Do- | pfli'tinonfc^with reference to Tjunworth water j supply. The present worhs have long ago I be?n proved a failure, and an addit.onn) work , is proposed. Tiiic will comnrise a pumpin-i wheme tfrom the drift near' tlio junction of, tho Cockburn and Peel Hirers, and there will be a new service* reservoir somewhere in the hilly country to the east of the town.. The pumping machinery will be (Occtiically driven : hv rower generated at the Council's 'existing ylectrte li^.ht statioji. The cast of the addi tional work fails just short of Cti0,000. The whole ;pie.slir-n of water snpnjy is not one to '*.o discussed has-tilv, and so'the Council made consideration of tho eoniiminteation an order of the day for next meeting. In connection w.'Uj water snpyi.v and other miniicinal...
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. . August l-'-th is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth ' of GIBR A BEEA1AN, LTD.. tho weil-known Opticians of 6 . Hunter-streot, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. AH sufferers from any eyo trouble, failing sight or headaches, should 'consult us. Une ot the principals personally visits Tam worth (Clias. Gibb, lato principal of Cliarjes Gibb mid Co.. and J. XV. Reeman, lato Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Harra clougli), who havo been visiting this town for some years, are tlio principals, so clients can rely on tho most export Eyo service in con sulting us. Next visit : Alonday, August loth,
TO-DAY'S ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
TO-DAY'S ISSUE. As is usual for 1' rulay, to-day's issue com prises 10 -pages. On page (i will he found sporting notes by 'Amateur,' a report of Mr. Hediey's lecture 'The Depths of the Sea,' and Our Ladies' Letter. Page '- con tains full market reports, and on page 7 MPrtelifork' supplies his wcpklv musical notes, while on the same page particulars tho Tamworth Water Supply, and the Sydney Letter will be found. 'All Over the State' and 'Jeuneviv's' chatty Home Column are placed on page -I. Report of the Municipal Council meeting, 'The Golden Calf': the Mayor's reply to Rev. J. Colwell, are on page 3, and tho new serial story 'Uliique' is com menced in this issue on page 8. Items of in terest lo tile man oil the laud and politics of the country will be found on pages 10 and 1 respectively. Itaudom Notes, Casual Re flections, Municipal Notes, correspondence, district, local and general news, and latest telegraphic and cable informations will be found on jiages 2 and 9. The leading art...
THE TAMWORTH CHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
THIO TAAIW0RTH CIIOIK. I ho lamworth choir announce 'in tin's issue that in conjunction with tho Tamworlh or-' ehostra they intend lioldiiif their first Phil harmonic and Orchestral Concert on Monday nvniiitur An. ruct 00„,1 _..i 11..1I As is woll known, this oliorT^wnn tlu* first prize and the Paling Challenge C'un at the ICisteddfod last year. Among other new items .the choir will sing two high-class choruses, '^Worthy is the Lamb.' and 'The Summer.' The men's chorus work will include 'Comrades in Arms.' The orchestra, lately organized by Air. Fred. Dean, will be heard for the first time. Tamworth's viol-'n artist, Air. G. A. Solomons, will also take part. Solos, duets, quartettes, etc.. bv singers now t,a Tamworth. will be included in the pro gramme. The conductor of the choir is Air. G-. Kriinsdoii, and the accompanist, Air. A. Cmisterdine. Wo understand that the choir do not intend coinneting in Sydney, owing to tho expense attached to the undertaking, but propose to give a sec...
NEMINGILA REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
N1CM INGH A ? R EO UIR EMENTS. Air. J. J. Lord has received the following o.aniniiiiiicatioii from .Air. Smith, -District. SiiperintoiKhint of ? Railways: — 'With refer ence to our conversation, - 1 bog lo inform ?Sou that ..approval has boon given for the | ? if a weighbridge at Nemingha, and that it will bo nut down shortly. , Coinmenc nig tin wiu .isd august, .it will lie arranged to placo eiupty t ruclcs in the siding at night, instead . :of ni the' lnorifing. and the loaded trucks will lie lifteiL in t.tio ovoninrr as nt proaent.' ,???? ' ? . '* i
A SHOW IN 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
A SHOW IN 191 i. Another proof -if tile .sympathy of the pre, sent Government in tho development of tho country and their realization of tho import ance of an annual show with its educational influence, has been demonstrated by- the no tice received of the approval of a grant of i £'2,000 to the Tnimi-m'tli Agricultural As sociation for. tho purpose of acquiring a new show iiround. The dismission ivtWr.Y, *„„i. place at tho recent meeting of the commit.' tco of. tho Agricultural Association, and the. report of which' appeared in our last issue, il lustrates tho difficult-', position the Associa tion has now been .released from. There should. bo littlo trouble now in raising a suf ficient sum to meet tho requirements neces sary for .tlio. establishment of an up-to-date Show Ground. 'And. if matters are taken in hand promptly- and vigorous action shown by the committee- there is little doubt a most successful exhibition could be held next year, ovou if in a later part of the year than...
A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ? 'I ho. substantial progress inado - by Tam worth '.duruur the past few voars,- and -the consequent expanfion of commercial. uidus tviosy naturallv L'lve. rise . to tho tpieslion' ol establishing some body- to preserve t! i e busi lioza- interests of tins rapidlv-devolopmi;: cen tre. -'jliero is evidence on; nil . sides of^ sou'nd ousiness .progress, : ana i5'occoines'iiei:cssnrv tl-.at these interests should be ? protected. ??TV hat' is needed is a .Chamber, of - Commerce, eompnscd of business, men: whoso ; affairs will bo best ? served bv unitmij to enforce: their claims ; for : better conditions. here -ore many mutters through.: which- business -men. are directly affosted ; that i.reqniro - attention. Rmhvav facilities often-. hamper aiul restrict -commercial operations, and in „ this connec tion a Chamber of Commerco eoijld do much in effecting relief. . llnihvny .time tables ? very often prove . a Inj^ drawback to business transactions, and we- believe t...
ATTUNGA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
ATTUNGA NEWS (From our Correspondent). 1 Conceit:— -A concert,- to inovide lunils lor tlio Church: ol' l'jnyland bazaar, was held in tho locat balloon Saturday evening. The ?itlcnilaiico -niiist: have, irladdened tlio hearts nt tho pn li'olu-,, s emu tlio hid to /con- tend siLjaiiist' two ipicturo . shows in tlio same week. ? - . - ? ... . „ , ft*!.-,.;.'.... i m r Iwn mirk; 1- An: exhibition ol. lantern views, by Kev. C Did ens J Sony, oti , is pu ippended programme.;- 1 ho views-, shown woie really ovellent' oiii'N, coinni i.siihj A\ nidsui- Castle, ^vurscrv L'hvnies and coui'oaliticii. At the conclusion -Mr. . Dickens -thanked all those who had contributed to-, \avdrt the (?veuinjjfs a in ii*o ill cut. the nudicnco lor their support, and the (n-LraniKers ol tlio entertainment, illiss Johnston and nil-. Uodi.ii. l'ro^rannuo ol Pal u II. — Oveitiuo, Jhss Johnstfiiij soiut, Mr.' 11. lio'len; comic sons? -o!U'ored)u. ALr. 1). Campbell; isunn, Hiiss P:p:-r; piano solo. Miss ISovlsoii ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 29 July 1910
TI. A. HAURACL0UGH, LTD. Style.— The extra care and attention which this firm eives tp each individual case is very -learly exemplified in the lit and style of it.' glasses. Tt is a remarkable -fact about classes, that they give cither a touch of inferiority or suneriority lo the face: they .ither cheapen the appearance, or else im ?irove the appearance, of the wearer. Goad ?t.vle glasses 'give altractivenfr-s, chrrr.rtcr. and d'.stinction to a face; the other kincLas tho 'American housekeeper said in thc»storv. 'make a 'irl look like a iob-h.t It is bv their extra care, attention and thought t.''il fl. A. Karraehnigh. Ltd., irivu :-t;.'le. 'I he linn visits Tnniworth rcgnlarlv, and will shortly notify the date and place of I'orlh. comiii' visit. Ai-noiutmonts by letter In M. A. Rarracleugh. Ltd., HSo Georgc-strect, op posite Strand Amide, Sydney,'