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THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. A BRIEF REVIEW OF THE POWERS' RELATIONS, 1910. (Written for the "Daily Observer.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

■iT n . i .... .mi.' THE SITUATION IN EUROPE." a- BBIBP lUjymW^OF THBJOWB&S* ABLATIONS, 1M0. . • • . (Written for the "Dally Ofeasmr/.'.)'. The year 1910, which has ju»t drawtt-to" a close, has played Its put ataoug the' great Powers, and the force of CUtfgflt poU-4 tics In Europe still eddies round the uuifc tlon -which exists more particularly -■ tie-" tween England and Germany. . . On the whole, however, the relationship between these two great nations hBfl 'Itn .proved a little dnring the last'half-of "the* year under review, but unfortunately-It Is' stiU thought by many to only require spark of mischievous jingoioin to, at ilny moment, set the guns firing at<one'another when all the old time passions will; be aroused and there will follow Shch a dm flict as the world has never s4eh; ■ Notwithstanding the honeyed assurance of the German Emperor and thd courtesy of the diplomats, the position between Eng land and Germany has been more or leBa one of mutual dist...

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

COokBURN, SHIRE. 1 Perhaps' nt> Council in ill a North hat! to I ace suchan uphill fcidk as had the Cock burn Shire after the memorable flood of 1910. To a Shfte embracing as it does S20 milet of Toad), t&e |$<&ter. te&gth winning oyer liiHy country. arid' tbofoforo liable at times to be cut aiidsotoirefl to pieces with heavy rains/ nutubors or its bridges and culverts ' In' a practically *ot ten state, such a visitation must have meant disaster., But the diffi culty was faced; and to the credit of the Sbiro and tie ratepayers', was surmounted as satisfactorily, as the means at the disposal .Of .-.the Council would ali» low. In the-- 'first plapj the Shlre!; Engineer estimated 'the . Bood dam age alone to be about £8000, to meet which it wh9 decided-"to increase the usual' pennc- rut© to ljd.)' which; would yield' ap proximately £5,200/abd .isith ab^ut- £1630,. endowment, made £0,860' to go on witTi. Fortunately representations to the Govern-1 m...

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£200,000 Country House Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

I £200,000 Country House Fire. Ijtfcs Court, near F.avorsbam, Kent, tho nnc/istrnl Iionio of Karl Sondes, and n splen did. specimen of tho genius of Inigo Jones, «'f ,s completely destroyed by lire during tin; tf .irly hours oi' one day last month. Tlio his '/orie house—wbare Piinco Henrv of Prussia was recently a guest—ajid nearly all tho [ contents were destroyed, tho damago being 5 estimated at £2)0,000, The loss is covered f by ins'jraneo. [ The firo broke out between 1 and n. o'clock, t r.d continued burning for about four hours, f Tlio flames were fanned by .1 strong wind from the north-east, and the lire leaped from point to point till tlio wholo. of tho great pilo was ablaze. It was a magnificent spectacle, [ ind crowds thronged to tho spot iron*, -ill 1 tile countryside. Tho Hon. Henrv Milles hac'io and Lady Violet Milles, brother\ and lister of Karl Sondes, camo from Nash Court, ft the neighbtiuring parish of Eoughton, ■mil wntched the destruction of their ances tral homo....

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

BOWEL COMPLAINTS IN CHILDREN. The most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints in children is Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Rem edy. It. can always he depended upon' to cure diarrhoea and dysentry. This pre paration has been in constant use for nearly 40 years, and has mot with uniform success everywhere. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.* WANTED a General Servant. Mrs. Sex ton, Koyal Hotel. ,"V\7"ANTED a young Girl as nurse for y Y throe or four weeks. Apply Mrs. G. B. Sowerby, Brisbane-street, WANTED, by Literary Man, permanent aboard and" residence; in private fam ily preferred. Apply, stating terms, to It.C., "Observor" Office. . WANTED Men to contract for suckering. Apply S. H. MagtH, Pine Ridge, Moonbi. "^X7ANTED, good plain cook, 12/ per week. Vl ; Mrs. Hyson, Hotel, Moonbi. "—■"•■ANTED, Good General. Apply, Mrs. Y V BOUIIKE, Clifton, Peel-street. ANTED.—Clearer. Apply C. W. Al derton, Taugarnitta, Winton Road. ANTED Office Boy. George Palmer and-C...

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PONY RACES: [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

PONY RACES: The Gunnedah Coursing Club Pony Race Meeting was held on Monday, when the various events resulted:—President's Stakes, Royalty, Volley, Jack Johnson; Club Handicap, Daisy, Bushman, Zorlada; Gun nlble Handicap, I Know, Tgnatus, Report; Kurrembede Handicap, Dolly Grey, Bonnie Bess, Ply; Plumpton Stakes, Ennlsteen, Jessie, I Know; Judge's Flutter. Bonnie Bess, Marvel, Flv.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not [?]necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] A DESERVING CASE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CORF/FISPONDENCE. [Wc do not.»*jeccpsnrily endorse the opinion# P f our correspondents.] • A ^DESERVING CASE. To tlip JCditor. Sir,—'J'hw nppenl in your issuo of tlio'23ni is of far '£7/eater importance that mere as sistance t*> our sink brother, as the disease itself is mennoo to the community. • rumor b & -correct, the Benevolent Society has i £400 b'inUcd. It' so, why-do not the rover lend unjbnssadors promntlr use it in such nn tmiorgijr.cyp. -Yours, etc.,' A. J. ROTH.

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ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

AXOTBlSTt SCC.-CES.SFnL YEAR. j.owcock JUKI King. stock and station aser.ts of Tamwortli and Gunnedali, report iii'Ving r.nt completed another successful year. Tlie property market, "has been verv active; right. through the winter Ihere be visited ns late in the spring hart a bad in" a bis demand. The disastrous frost that offset, still notwithstanding Hint, the demand continues pood. Prices 011 the whole this year have been quite as good as last year, in many cares an advancc being shown. They conducted four successful subdivision sabs. the ■ foremost beins 22,000 acres of the iunions IW>tivp Kstat.c, near T;iniworth, averaging £5/2/0 per acre; !t200 acres of th'a well-known Oimnible Estate at Gunne dali, averaging: .CG/.')/3 pur acre; 2710 acres of Glenevon Estat?. at Manilla. and 1R63'4 aoros-of ■ Carroll C!ap Estate, near Somerton. comprising'iA'all, 107 blocks. I11 addition the following blocks changed liandfl, viz.:—.Account Trustees B. N Case ment. "Tliorniield," 9700% acr...

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

BOHUTE, BELlABi. L\.VilTED A Hr:£fs:siv5 Ooir.pin-j Woo! end Frolics 0;okiK, Ki?h r.cr.'i c: tV.o Co:n;-;.:.y directly control? n of I;:e business, • av.tl ^\ve5 *>::vo:ul v. v»u.Uv-': lo dUpcftM of ell c-C'n?JC'.:;r.e::u?. The Cct.-.-c.-jv on'.y WOOL Mil PROPL'Cli. *o the ho'.e tiir.e r.nd of 1 *.: c--1 ,--i^ nnri SInlY are c^nccni^.ic'l s-ccn:;!!^ entire satis faction to ccn^nois of ;hoe lines. Call ar:i 'c ;.v:n u\\.\-; v.izi ir. .'cirri. Of(iG5S: '44 Bridge Sireet, Sydney.

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. NATHAN COHEN & CO., LTD., report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWOKTH. NATHAN" COHEN CO.. LTD.. report:— r r.t, Ci:«o—ir.t-ro was an exceedingly . heavy suvpJ? cou:;>:in- ..onitk nice quality ' light weigtV. hullc-eks ami odd prime cows, j Tue u^urd jr.unbc-r of buyers were present, | bu:- the supply beirji such u heavy oms the j iunvkoT- naturally declined. Bullock:; made U> £vi..*u'Jd c>vvs to £"/Wi^. Wo sola ;..'c Suhc'ield. !>ii*lock !'"» 10/. ti i\\ £•"> 1U. , •hat £5 ">l7 1 u*. £•"> steer £3 ; a.c /la^. Bridges. our.* 19/. ht»if«*r £•* i 1.., voaler £1 ^.j. u/o Ohus* Iii^d!. cow:. ?.t £;J •"» : a v C. lCc4n.11, c<w £G 13/ steer £3 10' do £:1 Id/, 'vealer £l Fat t?hcep.—There was a fair yarding <>f Uietp, comprising MJim. very prime crossbred wo:.li<jrs and'1a;nb<5, ba!a:»-o merino euos and aethers of medium quality. 'i'rime quality foM woll/ but. other descriptions were about <?v» a par vith last sa.lt*. Crossbred wether* Su^cl.»_u> 0/1. do...

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IT IS SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

IT IS SAID. That the old year'haa not been too kind to Tamworth and with the effects o£ the January flood and the November frost still fresh in memory, not a few people have a firm grip on the door knob to hurry 1910 off the premises. « * » That despite serious reverses Tamworth has made great strides during the past year, which is a crumb, nay a loaf, of comfort to the district. • • • • • That with a fair amount of luck Tam worth should sail merrily along on the waves of prosperity In 1911. ■» *.».«• That "these days the Sun disguises not his warmth of regard for the earth, and the fluid in the barometer is bubbling with. great activity. * » • • » That the municipal and shire elections are peeping in at the window. ir * • • • That every ratepayer should realise his or her responsibility in the matter, and place a meano of the date of election in memory recesses. ♦ • » • • That the ratepayers are largely respon sible for the success or failure of Local Government. » • • • • # That T...

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RACES AT MOOR CREEK. Pony races were held at Moor Creek on Monday, the following being the results:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

RAGES AT MOOR CREEK. Pony races were held.at Moor Creelc on Monday, the following being the results: — First.Race.—Sovereign (Campbell) 1, Clo reen (J. Prince) 2. Second Race.—Swagmah (W. Bourke) 1, Lady Blue (W.(Cameron) 2. Third Race.—Dorrison (J. Prince) 1, Taf fey (W. Bourke) 2. Fourth Race.—Sovereign (W. Cameron) 1, Laura (E. Short) 2. Fifth Race.—Small Boy (Campbell) 1, Dungowan (W, Bourke) 2.

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

boxing. ihiwi Ol'tod Bi"y Richardson in niJ ,nt tlle Gunnedah Stadium ffi Saturday night, and on Monday night ■ verificf 'Ir^'tho a"' s.v<liiev, secured the Bldf^ortley? ote^}ueens°and. 'n * fiSht wIlh

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

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

«* • ' - NUNDLE SHIRE. •' ii.-i'tve Revision Court to revise the lists of ■electors,* was held in the Court.-House,-. Nun* die, oh 7th 'Oecember, 1910, by Mr. O. A. ' Edward's,' P.M. There were no claims or objections, anS the certified volla -will con tain.331 names, a decrease ot 43. . ■The rate levied at id in the £ amounted to ..£1489 for tho year ending 31st Decem ber, W10; £1476 had been collected up to 20tli, December, 1910. Government endow.-:. inetst, £1279 increases thb revenue. with; , sundry /receipts; to. £2770. . During' the year contracts' for roads, and ■ bridges .to the amount of £700 have .been euterednnto and. £1410 has been expended in road maintenance and.construction, and V pes; hi bridge'.iticin 1 talned-tltlon. ' :ti, qui: •IJOS-SSS0^8' f «1 -i-eSnoii, [arid a'.sufficient sum Is re on ; until receipt of next 'Stem (duplicate pan) has V .and is well carried out avy ' area,, village 6f Nundle, Councillors have every rea led-with their work during jiod 'oT. offi...

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

GOQNOO GOQNOO CREEK. (From our Correspondent.) Progress.—The last 18 months accounted for great industrial advancement due solely i to closer settlement on the Peel River Go-1 Ycrnmeut subdivision which (in this local ity) is in holdings averaging a little over 400 acres. The settlers have changed the vast timbered and unenticing sheep pad docks into prosperous farms, on which farm ing ot all kinds is "in progress. The prin cipal industry is wheat growing (which, un fortunately, almost failed this year).closely followed in importance (especially oil creek frontages) by dairying, maize and lucerne growing, while, poultry, pig and hee-farmlng are also carried in. . The additional population in this country has brought about the building of no less than three bridges over Goonoo Goonoo Creek, besides these we have a school just completed. We hove n.Progress Association one year old which ha l twenty-four members • - last year and did good and satisfactory work. The Church ot England an...

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

GlDLliY. * . (l'rii^i our oo-.TcupondoJit,) During th© past year wo iiavo been visited by a Kcrica of ni'flhapa. in January we had tu# largo .Hood, wlucti wrought destruction to the fanners bordoimg tho river bunk, carry lug awny thoir fences. 'ihen wo had a very <|i'y up'wi which prevented -.o farmers from plougning their lurms, and tnus not got thoir ero£s ,;it tho proper time. Xlio crops woro voj-y laio iu bomg plan ltd, as the ram did not agaio visit us'until June, so that many wero not (in:ahi;d sowing until the end of July. Aftor taut tiiio crops wero x>rogiesaii)g fa vosirably, until they came out into the ear, wluva tho heaviest frost of the year visited lit and cut olf almost all tlio wheat. Nearly all Wi'S tbun cut lor bay, as it was thought hotter to got a little than none. The .wheat that was loft lor grain gave very poor re turns, in soxno instances only yielding a bag to about 3 or 4 acres, but most yields were Irow 1 to 3% bags per acre); Mr. Britten's c...

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THE SHIRES. PEEL SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

THE SHIRES. % PEEL SHIRE. a lure work received a severe check in tho oarly part of 1910, tho record January UuoQs destroying a great number ot the road and bridge works, and generally daniagirig the roads. Notwithstanding this, the Peel Shire Council placcs on record its most suc cessful year. -As far as the road and bridge making is concerned, about ninety contracts for roud and bridge «'ork have been lot dur ing tho year, at an agRreiiato cost of £17,000 Tho works carried out by day labor, in tho maintenance and repairs oi: roads and bridges; amount to approximately £3000, so the total cost of works undertaken' in tho year • will amount to £20,000. A great quantity of the work done, or contracted lor, is within tho P.R.C.S. Area, and includes about 85 miles of road clearing, also the construction o{ Timinuubmi Creek Bridge, bridgo over Goonoo Cioonoo ■ Creek nt AViso's, Wisher's Ijano bridge, two bridges on tho new AVinton .road, bridge over Clay ully, and bridge oyer Tangarutta C...

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

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

wooiom (FromToiiirClorrcsptsirdont). -; .. . Going back a-few years, this littlo Tillage I only -had a . few homes, but now.:nil liave I .about a quortevjoX.,^ century of (louses, which goes to gjiow that ill point of-mnibers of population'arid^value df Jidditional popertv wo wo making rapid'.'progress. Amoig the I buildings,, Mr. - Prjsk has a very iriio - brick house, whilo Messrs. Newman, Mils, and ! others havo nice comfortable homer, having ! spent n good sum of money aid labor. These, additions tond.to iprovo the lonfidenco they have in the'district. ' The Qauroh of England- people li avo a- nic0 bridt church, and a Minister from Nil ndle hods service hero twice a month. The .Methotists have' the same number of sorvices, so'it will be seen tlie spiritiiiil needs of tho oommunity aro not neglected. . , Wo have a well built rusticated weather Jfoaj??"' bnluiihgV' Ehvilig ' all lli'o latest. i'pfj:' provonn>nts, as for as ventilation., tjttt.** know of no school grolliul that ...

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DUNCAN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

DUNCAN'S CREEK. ' (From our Correspondent.) tiio year wnich is on tlie eve of its close, has seen but few changes on Duncan's Creek. The beginning of the year saw "tl»< flood," which did some damage, particular ly to our roads. These were patched up as early as possible and the usual business of the Creek resumed its peaceful existence'. The corn crops turned out well, but the re sult from potatoes were poor. Our Creek was noted for its fine potatoes at one time, but now .corn has been substituted.. The reason lay in the fact that for some years high prices prevailed, but.were, followed by. years of low prices—so low . that it . didn't pay to cart them to the market. The -winter was a niild one and the stock heldt their own very easily. Then, when spring .haij come and all.seemed,bright and glorious, there came "that frost." The re; suits are so well-kn,own that there is no need to revise them. ■ Some. hundreds of poiind's worth of fruit 'was destroyed. We were next visit...

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