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THE TOWN WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THE TOWN WATER. | nro asked t-o state that the ;iw iWher heavy in their use «il' the fcmvn w.'it.M* just, now, unci »'|. w neoc^nrv that they should ^o. easier or the supply will nm short. Aii advertisement iu this issua warns con sumer using the wuter during De cember Hist and January 1st. And 'Jnd. «*x eept lor domestic purposes and Uu> earvyiufc on of business.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS EVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CHRISTMAS EVE. l.lin-it nas Kvu in Tatnworth was a busy o>"\ and shops of nil kinds won' invaded Willi buyers of speeial goods. lVelks'.i eet^ held a hin crowd oi" people, and dull cam was wafted away. Oliristma.s was oeleUrated as royally as of yore, and the ennip&ments of the sea son Were passed with whoh-hcni tuc'.iio.ss. Toys in failure were purchased U>r tile young fry, mid ulial if t-hi-v <h'(! a row with their nmsicil instruments:1'—ii> was C'luinl 111:1s time. The shops in their display ->f yiirislinas goods, and liiTJIiandv lighted up, were indeed an iiiterestini: spiv>t.n:lo 011 (Jhrist'ius Kve. TaniworWt woli held its own in "shoi> dressing."

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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GREY HAIRS AT THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

GREY HAIRS AT THE .POLICE/ COURT. A grey-headed and grcy-beardo("' ma'' nam ed Mattliew Bradley, appeared/ at the po lice court on Thursday to ansy^'or a charge ot having insufficient lawful rtieans of sup port. Accused pleaded gul/to'* Constable Lavelle stated that for the rifast month Brad ley had been about the toiiyn following no occupation, and lie had ncj place of abode. As a matter of fact he hJ been sleeping in the open without any'VtiWlng, wet or dry weather. The P.M.. Mr|n?- A. Edwards, said to accused that he shorn;':, to.ontpr. some home. In reply to liI:B :VorshIp, Brad ley said lie came from New .'.'ealand three years ago, the doctors liavSf 'ordered him to Not South Wales. Mew 'dwards sen teji -p'' -iccuaed to a wejjr^ apnsonment.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ADVERTISING AND SUBSCRIPTION RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

ADVERTISING AND SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Tlio MiWiintiou to the "l?<aily OWrver" is: Yearly lM/ !ti advatnv: )ml!-yearly, 12/0 in advanco; and qunrtoHy. t»/<i in advance iuul "i'O booked. Kuril mmj.'.I',» copv costs ono penny. T!u> ordinary advw tism«„«; y:\U* is *\j jhm* inch, an(| 1°'' small u dvert isenionts in what is Unown as tlio "WuniisV column, IS words for /I, aiicJ Hd lor orory mic reeding i) words. Special, arrangements ran ho made lor contract advertisements lor quarterly, halMvarly, o/- yearly periods.

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CURRABUBULA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CURRA3UQUI.A NEWS. (I''rom nnv fotTespmidont.) fc'hristmns Day psisii'il oft iiuietlv, but Christmas' ftve whs celebrated very well in deed. The new and tip-to-date ItoM. btiilt by Mr. 1!. I). Davis, was opened on I'hrist mns .live, -ami, buini; well lit up, presented ;i very guy appearance, tlu> uas jamais im i-lio balcony making it look a [cram! addition to tlio risini; town oi (.'ttrrahubula. It is a two-storey building, with well laid out rooms, one as » ctmiiiR'icial room, and the travel ling public can rest assured of Retting lirst c.la.ss accommodation. Mr. Daris is to bo com 1 plimented on bis enterprise, and wo wish I him every success. His enterprise speaks : well lor till) prosperity of tlio town of Curra bubula. [ Mr. W. Pickering %rul a splendid display of l'ruit, eonfcclionur.v" etc., in liis window; a vei'v creditable display indeed, and one that did credi'j to the town of Curralrabida. Lewis Urotbors bad a C-hristmas Tree, well decoratod and welj attended, a bi;; ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LIMBRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

liMbri; (From our correspondent.) Xjimbri is 20 miles north from Tnimvovth, I and is a thriving grazing district, no other I farming being carried on. The wool jpown | hero is of 'a good class, anu sells readily at prices in the vicinity of 1/ l>er lb. Annually about 1000 boles of wool are loaded at the platform. The school hero lias boeai removed to a cen tral site, and repainted and renovated, and also converted to a full-time school. Till! -average attendance is .about 20. A boarding house and storo have recently been erected adjacent to the railway platform. A good deal of labor is employed hero dur ing tlie year, improving the properties and ■loping: them to the proper standard for grazing sli'eep.' . - L

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MOONBI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

MOOMEI MEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Sine© the Into rain tlio country about Moonbi looks splendid, abundance of grass nn<l water, every where. But. I am afraid 1 he grasshoppers are going to trim up all the nice yoinijc grns*. The harvest is all com pleted. but the yield has been very light. Some of tbo farmers not even secured one bag. Mr. George Suviiii, ot "Tauplewood." won tin* bpst return I have heard of. Sotno of bj\ paddoeks went, seven ba^s to the acre, lu all he jrot vi>vy near 7lH> ba^s. There is a Koctl ah'.'i .bein^ planted with corn and pnmjv kins, and if this showery weather continues theiv ia every prospect or a good crop. The early eot'n and" pumpkins look well. The want of a goods shod has been verv keenly . I'elh by the people this year, especially by : the wool teamster*. who sometimes when a truck was not available had to cover up and leave their wmu'ons in the yard am! get a raddoek for their -Mi Hocks or hordes. It is a long time sinc&amp...

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NUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

, \ • NUNDLE. '•I l(Erom , our correspondent.) "Now Bpq<ir.?mdlistry, illustrious power Bids tlio rbleak hill, with verdant verduro jl bloom : Tlife hiuint of flocks, and clothes the barron shonUi-f—---■ — - With'wavina. hurvests nnd tlio golden grain." The gentle roaijer. who picks up his paper for a fow minutes' relaxation nftor tlio uu wonted excitcmont 'of tlio Christmas week, may wonder ■■what comes next after such a beginning under the rather prosaic heading of "Nundlo in 1910."■ ho .(or skill gentler sho) is u disciplo of SSfr ^ Hplmes, per haps another quota&P^ .wvo to give iiitn a clue :— • ."It's th.-; .siJSf ,tt'i IVero's no I Ah! ' twcon KAstsnd 'Wesr'TahwereJPTrtnr-cosfrl of ;\b<nit. JtVJ.OOrt. ImU'v on, the • Nfcvyor (AK1. Alex. Mathesou) came ulohi:' with "ail additional scheme—tho construction of river embankments nt- a cost of about; JC11S00. Tho Couuoil favorably received tlicj idea. Nothing practical lias yet. however. bq£n • done'lin...

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GIDLEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

G1DL.EY NEWS. (Frmn our Correspondent). The weather Iiere, for the past month, ! has been of a most peculiar nature. In the beginning it was hot,':uul dry, with strong westerly winds. About the 7th or 8th we ■ were visited by a thunderstorm, coupled with a gale .of cyclonic force, which unroof ed some hay-slieds. During this storm M points of rain fell in the space ol' 20 min utes. I We then had nice, mild weather, and then : some more vain, nearly 2 inches being re ; corded: after which warm weather prevail ed until the 18th inst., when another gale 1 came along, and unroofed hay-sheds, besides tearing up and snapping, trees. Ilio farmers havo n!l been hard at | harvesting the remains of their crops, from the frost, and nearly all have completed it. Since the vain the grasshopper plague re ■ visited our locality, and ate off all the green ; shoots, brought on bv ilio rain. No doubt wo i will again be troubled by their progeny, | in the shape of 'hoppers, which are more destructive ...

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DURI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

—o:o— PURl. (From our Corrosnond<mfcV This district will "compare favor ably with any in the vicinity ot Tamworth for progress during the past 12 months or so. "VSince the resumption of the Peel River tyuja which available for settlement- in*.June'. lj9Qg,j$ie. resumption of •'Woodlands" area.,in^uie Jarly part of 1910, and, Bective private "^Subdivision, the big holder has disappeared altogether. Every inch of available land in this district Is now held by farmers and graziers, and in almost every case is being worked for all it is worth. Some big returns were expected, but from a wheat grower's point of view, the year 1910 has proven-one of the worst for a number ot years.-- During'ploughing and seeding time there were no seasonable rains, and the land was prepared for the crop1 under difficulties, being too hard for the, plough, . and even then. a record area was sown with wheat. After the winter' rains the crops made fair pro gress up to the fatal 11th October, when t...

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BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Christmas Day passed away, quietly. On Boxing. Day, horse-racing at Nundle was tUe attraction a good crowd .journeying from this cent,re to witness the various events. A goodly number of visitors was present from Tamworth, including several book makers. At night a grand hall was held in l.lio School of Arts, Nundle, which was uncom fortably crowded. Mining matters have been very slack during the past twelve months. The Tra vena Syndicate has closed the mine down for the holidays. Mr. Chappie, manager, has gone to Sydney, to spend his holidays. Yesterday morning, wliilp returning from the Nundle bail, with a load of passengers, Caipin's motor lorry broke down, midway between Nundle and Bowling Alley Point. It is said that, a fan was broken. M>\ Gal pin expecls to have the lorry lixed up this afternoon. The past two days have been very hot, The rainfall for tlio month, up to date, lias been 541 points, making a total sine0 the 1st...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. "Killed. 3S0I: injured,' 82.S74," is the to''* rlble record of railway nccldents in the United States in the year ending June. 1910. writes the New York correspondent Of the j "Daily Mail" (Kng.K As the "New. York Times" disconsolately observes, those startling llgures )>rovc how utterly unfounded is all the "rocent tnlk about measures and devices lor the preven tion of'accidents and the safeguarding of life' on American railways. The casualties enumerated show an increase over the pre «odiii(r VDBr of 1013 in the number.- killed and IS,45-1 in the number injured. There wore in the twelve months pre ceding June ill 'he United States CS61 col lisions, in which 433 persons were killed, 7765 injured, and property destroyed to tho value of £925,S55. There were also 5910 derailments, which caused tho death of 340 persons and injury to 4814. In tho last three months of the year tho total killed and injured was 20,650. Tho British railwnv figures for 1309 (in eluding ...

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SWAMP OAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

SWAMP OAK. (From our Correspondent.) The late rains have worked a wonderful ! change in the appearance of the surromul- ! in;r country; here the hills, which were be fore bare of grass, are now looking well—it i is more like springtime. •Mining operations during . the last .2 [ months on the Highland Mary mine have been going in very well. Several good crushings, yielding good cakes of gold, have ; been obtained; the battery was crushing up ; to Xmas. The whole plant is worked by > electricity, and is lit up at uight by the i electrio light. At present 24 miners are employed and after the Christmas holidays as many more are to be put on. 'With the battery going day and night the owner. Mr. Charleston, Bhould be doing well. There ar& other mines at .Swamp Oak well worthy of a trial, notably the Storm King, Routine Flush, and Rainbow, and several others, all of which were paying in the early days of Swamp Oak. A very good property has been taken up at Niangala, the one time...

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BUILDING AUSTRALIA'S ARMY. FIRST IMPORTANT STEP UNDER THE NEW DEFENCE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

BUILDING AUSTRALIA'S ARMY. fir st important' step under the new defence act. Many proposals lmve been made sinco federation with regard to the building of Australia's Army, Mid various schemes for universal compulsory training have been submitted to the Commonwealth Parlia ment: but while the subject has been freely j debated it is only at the present, time that substantial steps are .being taken to give practical effect to the movement. In the past tilo dofeiino forces have (IcnrinIcMl en tirely upon voluntary enlistment, but this system has proved anything but satisfac tory, as the men enrolled for service cmnii ami went as they pleased, and there was a total absence of uniformity of training Some men remained in the forces for periods extending over 20 years: others again, relinquished their connection with the corps with which they were associated in a few weeks. Such an arrangement meant tlint the Commonwealth was receiv ing a minimum of benefit from a maximum of expenditure, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

PREMIER iVItGOWEN. • SpoaUing on tlio subject of Immigration, N.S.W. Labor Premier McGowen. assorts that better than all immigrants is tbo baby born in tbo Ststto. Tliis is undeniably true, but unfortunately there is a big dearth of babies. There aro many married folk -whose great desiro is to, have 'children, but some how tlio little strangers aro tardy in mating their appearance. Those so ejrcumstancecl should' write to-day, to Dopt T, Ladies' Col logo of Health, 177 Liverpool-street, Sydney. If a 2d. stamp is enclosed with thoir letter they will receive by return post a valuable Mctlicnl Guide telling of tlio thousands of rases in which .Babyhood lias become possible where'couples had begun to give up'all hope of such ever being the ease.* NO HOUSEHOLD P'liild pvot be without'a bottle of Dr. Slick tlon's Magnetic Liniment; a reliable remedy for outs, Tmuses, aelies, pains, rheumatism, lumbago, otc. Absolutely guaranteed. Price, 1/6 and 3/.. Obtainable at all stores and Pull man's...

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BREEZA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

BREEZA NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) The ■ Farmers and Settlers held a day's snnrt here yesterday under favorable con ditions, the weather being nl) that, could he ^desired. .The programme was a lengthy yme, but was gone through with hut one exception, that being the married ladies' race, which lapsed for want of entries. The ^officials were Mr. J. Perry, judge; starter, W'i'R. Bowden, handicapners. Messrs. D. fPliillpot. E. llownrth. .1. B. Clift, ,T. Gilles pie.- The following is a list of the events: --Bicycle race, about one mile handicap, E. 'Mills',- 10 vards. 3 ; J. "Court. 20 yards, 2; ,T. Rniley, 10 yards. •'!. In the first heat H. Mcintosh and J. Ellis collided, both coming down heavily. Luckily they escaped with a shaking. Throwing at wicket, 44 entries, prize 10/: R. .1. Bowdon. Fool race, handicap. 100 yards: ,T. Gilles pie, 17 yards, 1; W. Goodsir, scr„ 2. Stepping 100 yards, prize £1: J. McMahon 1st. Twenty-five entries. . Egg and spoon race: J. Pickering, 1. A grea...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

SUMMARY. A man was committed, foiS.,trial.) af AtW TamwortU Police Court yesterday, onar charge of maliciously damaging a frlndow; at John Hunter and Son's baotshopj Peel street. . . . :j A number of Tamworth competitors'wera successful at the rifle meeting at Artnidala this week. "The Hoad". was won by Capt, A, J. Smith (Tamworth), Lieut. X3.^(VNor« ton (Tamworth) being third., ir ., - - A little hoy named Leonard ({lames Mann, •living-with his parents in Alurrajr-stiiwsit, • was accidentally shot by a brother on Box* iris Day. He died soon after. * ' I ' • The jockey,-Hill, of-Tamworth, wa9rtreTj( successful at Nundle races. He rodofoue . mounts to victory. ••• ', ' There was an Increase of about £4000.la revenue at the local -goods shed during-th'« year 1910. ' • I A shocking accident occurred in a grfcTQt pit at' Boolaroo, Moree, on Thursday^ in which three men were killed and two - lit" jured. The names of the men killed are Thomas Joseph Smith, a native of Tam« worth, H. Savag...

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LIMBRI MEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

LIMBRI MEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Mr. 'Fogarlv. a loenl resident, has pur chased from Mr. A. Milchell, of DanRlemah, a property of 1000 acres. . - Wo regret that. Mr. Morrill's boy. who hart such a Ion:: spoil in tirie hospital a couple of years ago, with a bail leg, hail to return lo that institution and undergo another operation. Me is progressing fav orably, and has returned home. The infant daughter of My. John Murphy met with an accident a few days ago anil sustaine'd concussion of the brain, lie has nearly recovered. Mr. Jl«<»ill's shed ivas tmrmifi'il on the 1R|h inst. by a wind storm and a few sheets : of iron were blown from his residence. i A'cricket club has been formed here and matches have been arranged with Moonbi aud Kentucky, lo take place shortly. Abundance of Vain has fallen during the month and the country looks splendid in consequence. Miss Perfrement. lias returned home after a lengthened stay in the metropolis. Christmas was very quiet hero. Mos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Line /pool, via dor jSJPETOWN. . kly sailings of 12,000 w Steamers, _IC," "PER8IC," ,nd "SUEVIC." • FARES—C:/.' • or Durban, £15/15 to f.Sf . . London, £19 .to £30. " !• /' irlu Boston, etc., £25/5 to ,6/5. • ' 'r:> i CLASS OF. ACCOMllODA / tion: • >111 descriptions carried at loweBt bookings to Continental Porta, ilanufacturing'Centres, and Amerioa .. favorablo terms. highest class of insulation ia inatallod ^ {ho satisfactory carriage and outturn of yoien Moat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, oto: For Rates of freight, Pamphlet*, ate., epply to— . DALGETY A CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. &foer<f©@ei Lin©. NATAL, CAPETOWN, end LONDON, ria PLYMOUTH. EGULAR. First and Third Class Pal sengors carried. FARES.—Saloon—London, from £67. 3rd Class—£10 to £20. Saloon—Capo and Natal/£81/10;' 3rd Class—£13/13 to £17/17. Round the World Tickets from £126 : 10s. . Special Return Tickets, arnilablo for out ward passage by Orient Line. Freight to all-Port...

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ORNER FOR THE WEE ONES. [?]STORY OF TWO CRACKERS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

FOR THE WEE ONES. -'ac\v^OHY OF TWO CRACKERS. /■acrt VaV PART I. 27tf*eil little heads dropped <m their I V«iiul Gilbert .and Grace were fast Mcy.ost before mother finished drawing F-ffito note round the two v.'jiite outs. SSOflwpn such ii rei'y long clnv sitK'e 'a/ci people woke bi-ifjlit as buttons, an^rly emptied thy naeks that liunr: C.ih cot, and lifted up a bulgy little <3»n the floor. Grace felt .sure, that n./aus was her very particular friend, C.e found lie had left, her a longhead , a box of paints, :: vcr.il golden a story book, and a doll ;rith really 1 really eve-lushes, as she called -..'•While Gilbert thought' Santa .3' was a very clever l'ellow ,-ietl to know that, he wanted a Teddy ..silr, a real stockwhip, and a motor car .with a-real engine, that, sputtered and liz .zed, for Gilbert had quite made up Ins mind wlicin' lie was a man to bo a chauffeur, and r.over to drive less than thirty niles an hour. Then after they had shown everyone what Sa...

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