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DAN BARRY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
DAN HARRY CO. A wet and miserable night did not prevent a large audience being present at the Cen tral .Hall last evening to witness the Dan Harry Co. present the drama 'l.ove that Iiives.' As is nsivil with thi.s company, the play Went with great swing, and captivated and held the audience 'throughout. The characters were all well sustained, especially those represented bv Miss Loris Henglinm and Mr. Robert Hollyford. 'I'liis play lias plenty of exciting incident, and at the end, wlien 'all nre made happy,' the audience, 111 testimony of their appreciation, vigor ously applauded the performers.
HANCO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
HANCO TO-NIGIIT. ^ At tin* ^ Central Hall to-night- Mr. R. .1. Carroll will pre.sont for the lir.st time in Tani worth, the sensational and mystifying act of Hanco, tlio Handcuff King. ' Haiico'« ill lie seen in the daring trunk and tank esobipo, A strong vaudeville company of all star ar tiets will apenr in conjunction with - this novel attraction. To-niorrow night a com plete change of piogi'.ininie will be presented, including the moving pictures of the 11)10 Engl'sh Derby.
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (THROUGH INDEPENDENT CABLE ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Monday. CRIPPEN BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. (TUttOUGU INDEPENDENT CAIiLE ASSOCIATION.) LONDON. Monday. CRIPPEX HE KOI MO TIIK COUKT. Crippen and Lo Xevo wero brought before tho court at Quebec yesterday. The former was charged with murder, and the latter as an accessory. Uoth protested their inno cenee. Efforts are being made to get the girl to turn King's evidence. The mother of the girl cabled her daughter to- tell the police everything she knew. She savs she doe.s not think her daughter knows of the crime. It is reported the authorities have found new evidence which will prove that the body found at Hilldrop Crescent wa.s that of Mrs. Crippen. The stepfather of Mrs. Crip pen believes that CVippen should have a chance to toll the story, lie says his dsvugb ter seemed .happy with her husband, but he was evidently f.\koM with, other women's charms. The prisoners are kept in a cell at Parliament buildings, Quebec, which is usual ly mod for political prironers. A packet found in Orii-»en\s pocket is believed ...
FACT'S WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. Mr. S. A. Rasser's many local patrons will ? bo glad to loam that this well-known Vien ncss and London Opthalmic Optician and Epcclablo Makor, will in future pay Tam wortli a visit every six iveoks, and his next visit will be in August. He may be consulted at the Roval Hotel 011 Friday, liltli, and S.-iturday 20th AiVl'ist. During a trip round the world Mr. Hasscr visited the renowned optical colleges nt London, New York. Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from each of which ho holds credentials, and is also a qualified master of tho British Optical As sociation. All defects of tho sight corrected, nnd glasses specially adapted for ocular head aches. Your sight tested with tlio latest in vented instrument. Consultation free of clu'trgo. Mr. Basser may bo consulted in pe son, so ns to guarantee tho best result. No travelling agents employed. Solo, agent for tho 'So Easy' rimless glassoe.*
LEAFE MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
U'lANK MISSION. Mr. J. 'J\ Leafc commenced his evangelistic eainpnigii 011 .Sunday last. Ill the 'morning ho preachcd to a large congregation in the. Methodist Church, basing his remarks upon Christ'!', words to Peter, 'Upon this rock I will build My church.' In the afternoon he conducted a young people's service. At night, tho Central Hall 'was well filled, and Mr. Leafc prcachcd a powerful sermon 011 t.he text, 'Choose ye this day. whom ye will serve.' Tile Methodist choir rendered Alex ander's li villus. The mission will be held every night during this week. O11 Friday night Mr. l,eafe will speak in tlio Central Hall upon the subject of Temperance Re form.
THE HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
THE HOSPITAL HALL. Tlio ball ill aid of the lamworUi Hospital eventuated 011 Fridav night last, and was a, huge success, financially mid socially. Short ly after 8 o'clock dancing commenced and was kept merrily going until ;)..')() a.m. Tlio . hall was jiicely decorated with ferns and cur-' tians, and being blended with the many' pretty dresses worn by the ladies, the hall being splendidly lit with acetylene gas, made the sctMe a brilliant one. At midnight supper waa partaken of by all present and thoroughly enjoyed, the committee receiving many praises for the good things provided. Tho supper was laid under the verandah, which extends the whole length of the hall 011 0110 side, the sides being covered in with hessiaii, and the tables, lit up with acetylene gas, presented a pretty picture, being prettily decorated with flowers and autumn leaves. The Nundle dancers turned up in great force, and visitors were noticeable from Dungowan, SVoolomin. and Duncan's Creek. ?On Monday night la...
ALLEGED VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
ALLEG12D VAGRANCY. lestordav, at the police court, beforo Mr. II. S. Hawkins, P.M., a young man named J oh 1 1 Pearson Rowe wa.s charged with having insufficient lawful visible means of support. Accused pleaded not guilty. Evidence for tho prosecution was given .by Senior- Con stable .Sinclair anil Constalilo J'nulpoc, and then accused iravo ovidence 011 his own be half. 'I no P;M. said lie would discharge ac cused if he would leave tlie town within 21 hours. Accused said lie would depart, and lie was discharged. In auwer to Soigt. Cald well, the P.M. f/.iid if accused did not get out of the town within the 21 hours he was to bo brought before liiiu again.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
A MXSTKHlOl'S KVI'IXT. A |.ji n v plivsiciahs seem to think it a l«ys t„S event when thou-, paticnts-whom they cannot cure— are .wuekly relieved and rested to health by 1-r. SVldon's JSew I UXiscoveiy for Coughs and Colds', huj, thei' I us nothing mysterious about it. Wr, ,!?Hel don's 'New Discovery represents tlio lawnt knntt'ledge .of the».day in the practice ot the science, of healing, and does not nnv ot the old-fashioned .methods ot the materia w.ediea. It goes ru-ht to the point of infcctio** jn all «t*ust\s ot tliroat iujci luii}-, trouble, and by moans, thai are nil drives out the disease and heals he aWect cd parts. 1J0 a»d 3/-. Olitiiniahlu .ut .alt i at ores and Pullman'' ti Pharmacy..
TEMPERANCE REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
TKMPI5RANCE REFORM. As advertised elsewhere, Mr. J. T. Leafe. lecturer and preaclier, will sneak on Teniper niico Reform in the Central Hall, Friday evening next, at 8 o'clock. Jlr. I.eafe lias travelled far and wide. He lias studied the . temperance question in Canada, America, and J'jiiglnnd. Jlr. Leafc lias just spent .two , years in Now Zealand, and for many years ho was associated witli that, well-known reformer, Fred. Oliarrington, of liast Lon don, who relinquished a huge fortune derived from the liquor traffic ill order to give his ?life, to rescue work in the Kast End of Lon don. „ ?
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
SPORTING. the tobf. noting of tlio Moorelield Rae TI10 July iik --n Saturday afternoon, re ing Club, held . - suited as follows 1 2 miles.— Treat, 11.10 Hurdle Race, aboiu ''on, 10.0 t.Mnore), 2; (Crimp) 1 ; Gay Hamx). i. Won by three Scrutineer, ' M.0 (Clarke) . cs. The winner lHll.rl.bs t;.,.,. .i,,»;„ o started lit evens. ' -rTornla, 7 .'2 Tho Klying Handicap, 1 mile.- 2; Lnn (Smith) 1; Ocean Pilot, 0.12 (l'Vile. Apnjjths. toka, 8. 'I (Betlike) 3. Wo 11 by two ' ( Time, lmin. 5secs. Winner, a to 1. All Aged Stakes, (i furlongs. —Punnii ** 8.2. (X. Wood) I; Ra, 8.1 (A. Wood) 2; 101c. trie Wire, (i.12 (Karrell) 3. Won by a head. Time, lmin. 17see. Winner, ti to l'. Kogarali Stakes, 1 mile. — Moorilla, 8.1 (Osborno) 1 ; Queen's Medallist, 8.1) (Mc Lachlan) 2; Magadone, 7.7 (h'oley) 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin. loSscc. Winner, H !??-? 2. Moorelield Handicap, 1:1 mile. — Ocean Pi lot, (i.10 (l''oolcy) 1 ; Tin- Acolyte, il.!) (51c liacldan) 2; Dialmlo, (i.7 (Karrell) 3. W011 by six ...
STARR BOWKETT SOCIETY No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
SlAlUt J50WI\.niT SGCIl,n No 1 A 11 npproprnition 111 connection with the abovo society : will be held at the I.od'ie-ronni at the - Oddfellows' Hall, to-moi-row (Wetl ? ncsdaj') J nnrht at -8 o clock. A iew more ; fill ares are still available 111 No. 2 Society, and tlioso. desirous of reaping Die mutual bene :fit bv . investing a 'few sliilling a week aliouid ?loso 110 tunc in making on application to tlie (jecrotary, Mi''. Gordon Mclieod. It is anti cipated that 'sufficient funds will be available to hold nil . appropriation in the Junior So ?oiety. towards tlio end of next month.
TAMWORTH PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
TAM WORTH PXCIURI, SHOW .- An excellent picture show 13 given each .week night. within the structure next lo tlic Oddfellows' Hall. ..-J he 'entertainment is un der- the- open. skv,. and. the seats for the audi .. enco '.nre conveniently arranged. A large s3ioon recoive3. some very interesting pic- 1 ^turos'throwir.by a.i:owei'fiil lantorn. A plea sant -couphi/tjf hours can ha silent at the I slioMY- to, en£er. which (inlv a small charge is 1 niiulo.. -. The;: pictures represent both the serioUK and -.comic side of life.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910
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