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WALCHA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WALCIIA NI'TWS. I The shire . election has created some changes. Owing'to the early closing of no minations, ex-president AV. M. Bosthwick was overlooked, niul 11n has dropped out as one of / the representatives of A Riding. Messrs. Tlios. Fletcher, Thos. Crawford, and A. D. Fletcher are now tilie candidates for that, riding.. For C Riding Mr. \V. Sciiraeder had just .been e.looted to fill tlio' sent vacated by Cr. Gillies. By sonio means this nomination was also delayed beyond the specified time, so that although chosch for tlfe by-election, Mr. Schraeder will not have an opportunity to test the opinion of ratepayers at the triennial election, Messrs. • Fleming and A. Jones having a walk-over for that riding.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

G T.F.N INNKS. ' On Friday night quite a number of mem bers of the loeal Caledonian Society assombl od nt Tuttomali's Hotel to bid farewell to Pipe-Major lljnmu, on tjho eve. of his de parture for Scotland. The,chief (Mr. A. A. Nelson) presided, and 1 during the ■ evening presented Mr, Minnie with a 'travelling'bag on behalf of the society; whilst Mr. J. How etKon, on behalf of. the. pipe bund, presented him with a gold sovereign case.. Compliment ary Ruaacbes were made as% to Mr. Binnio's wort'i,- iiftor which his Jic/iltk was honored. The recipient made a suitable, response. On Saturday Mr. Hinnie's fellow boarders at "St. Klmo" t?ayo liitn- a dressing case, Mr* W. T, Tratford being spokesman. Mr. Binnie suitably acknowledged the &ift. Ho loft by Sunday night's f,train for Sydney, a largo crowd, assembling nt tho" station to ivich him a final farowell. Mr. Binnio is coinjj abroad for lioalth reasons,..and also ,with tbo'objooi of seeing his aged parents,'but bo contem plat...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

ARMIDAfjR. At rv meeting of delegates from Nnrtlierfi Xcir England iiilli- Clubs, licit! at Armidalo 0I) 2Gtli Iilti.. tlic#'*following resolutions wore carried;—"That the delegates assembled, ex press their high appreciation of the manner in wliiclt thoyCouncil of tho N.E.I?.A., havo conducted tho meeting at Armidale, and es pecially of tile excellent cay in which 'Secre tary Mourn ha? performed the duties at tached to his olliee"; also, "That the atten tion of tho Council of tho N.E.R.A. be drawn to the inadequate target accommoda tion, and also tho indifferent condition of tie mound at tho Armidale ran^e, with a view to having someUiinii done in tho mat ter, which would assist the carrying out of further meetings." A correspondent; writes to the Armidale "Express":—I notice in ,vour "51 Years Ago'' column a letter from u Brisbane cor respondent commenting on a party who went to Queensland in tho early sixties in search of runs. .Mr. \V. T. Blair, of this town, well remembers when...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. HILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

INTER'BISTRICTKEWS. niLLGROVE. 0:i Tlwr.->ila.v evening last tlio hrdf-v early meeting' of tlio locnl Oddfellows wns hold, when tlio officers for next term were elected ns follows:—X.G., V.CI. 1) in. Towlisend; V.C., 13. S. J'™. H. Withcrdin; K.S., Bio, Gen. Snow; P.N.G. Hro T. O'Brien. IVO.G.M. I'r-'i. J. (■. Martin was elected dt'teiite lo Mo district meeting to lie lteld nt Ummavillf. ;ilul P.G. Bro. A. McNutt was nominated I'm- vmitioit of D.D.G.AI.

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MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

JIUSWELLBROOK. The "Chronicle" hoars that some officers from the' .Mines Department inspected the -Muswellbrook Coal Company's mine last week, the mine being under offer to the Government. Prom the Muswellbrook "Chronicle" we learn that the Government lftis definitely decided to resume 100 acres of Overton Estate for the purpose o£ an experimental farm. The area to be taken comprises, they are Informed, the river flat, a very rich agricultural tract.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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WOOLAND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WOOLJVND WHEAT/ ,The wool returns- to the Railway Depart-?, ment, as from the begeinning of the- season.''/ {.Tune 1), show that the quantity received'} at the three depots,. Darling Harbor, Mov-t poth, ami Newcastle, "Was 732,320"bates-,.>an'< increase of 36.31S bales, compared' with; the corresponding period last year. The quantity of wheat received ab Darling Harbor since the beginning of the season: (December 3) was 502,663 bags, which is an increase of 70,000 bags over the corre sponding period last season. During the) same period 250,000 bags have been shipped,. and the quantity stored in the grain sheds-' at Darling Island at the present time is, 83,025 bags.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CHRISTIANITY NOT WANTED THE JOY AND PEACE OF BUDDHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

! _ I CHRISTIANITY NOT WANTED ; I » > THE JOZ AXD PEACE OP. BUDDHISM. Aft Sasanx. Dhaja, the Buddhist monk' (or? "Hpoongyi," as the Burmese cal them) had ■ as liis audience at Nowtown on Wednesday: jiighb only a small knot of people, and tlio; majority of them wero women, reports "Xho Sun." Sasana Dhaja', who woro his yellow robV p.ml sandals, delivered an entertaining lec ture on Bunnah. and the Burmese Buddhists, who, ho said, wero expecting a newly-incar-' nated Buddha, a man whose flesh would be* white. Ho pointed out that; all the greatest religious loaders had been Eastern, tlioujfr i'lni'li.--h peoplo talked about Jesus Chrjjt' ns if ho wero an Englishman, and as if be dressed in tlio same garb ns Englishman. But 110 one in.the hall dressed as Christ did excepting their 'humble servant." Sasana Dhaja explained that at tlio ma of 1911 an army of Buddhist missioaa.ios' would visit Christian lands to tell tlicm \v I: o Buddha was and what his teachings were. No peoplo in the ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

riiEss tel;-.c;napi;ic association. PBWE SALES. SYDN'KY, Tuc.:uay Afternoon. A moilorato mtpply of varioil produce wan submitted at miction in Sydney to-dnv at the goods voids before n largo attendance of buyers. Competition was keen, and satls faetor.v values were realised. Potatoes .'•hawed an improvement of in/, and cliafC 2/1 per ton. Itye straw and derrick straw showed a weakness of 8/! per ton, v.'liilo other commodities maintained late vainer,. Choice v,-beaten chaff war, cold at -t/10, prime •1/ to 4,'3, good :t/s to 3/10. choice oaten •1/7, prime -1/J0 to ti/3 per .cwt.; prime lu cerne hay in small bales realised from 3/n to 3/fl, prime bales 2/S to 2/i>, medium 1/11. to 2/3 per cwt.; 'medium rye straw 3/7, prime derrick straw 2/-! to 3/7 par cwt. prime dry yellow mai::e 2 '"S'i and 2/0. Good cliickwheat was teid at 3/-1 per bushel. Prime potatoes went under the hammer at from G/7 to G/!1,. Rood 6/ to G/r>, medium 5/4 to ii/0 per cwt. Wheat was quoted at 3/ to 3/S, ba...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE JOHNSON-JEFFRIES PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

THE JOHNSON-JEFFRIES PICTURES. The Central Hall was patronised o" | Monday' night by a gathering that taxed it almosli to t!io limit, of its capacity, tlio oc casion being tlio exhibition of the nntch i talked-of John&on-Jetfries moving pictures. : Prior to til;; "staRillR" of the famous light ! picture.". several interesting dramatic scenes j woro shown and tlioso served to whet the : appetite ol the audience for what was to follow. The. situations were thrilling; in the extreme, of the lovo and minder order, and claimed the interested and appreciative attention of tlio large audience, the pictures being distinct and life-like "The light" pictures were.by no means coulined to tlio depicting of the actual battle between John son and Jeffries for the worlds supremacy in heavy weight boxing, but included many interesting scenes connected with that great) event, including street, scenes in Reno and n view of the immense stadium that was speci ally built there, in thirteen days,...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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AMUSEMENTS. "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

"a jiessagk raoii mars." Bishop Barlow, formerly of Xorfli Queens land, and no-,v Billion of Goulbarn, Now South Wales, in an interview recently with regard to "A Message from liars, which is to ho staged hero tomorrow evening, saiu: ''If I had gone to se0 this play. last. Satur day night instead of tile last night of its production,'I would have been better pleas ed. Having had a good deal of experience in London in earlier years, and some idea of artistic things, I can satolj say that the play has a really strong, edifying, healthy influeiwio. It is truly artistic. A visit to the theatre on such an occasion is calculated to send men back in a strong moral and elevated spirit. When I think of the com paratively small population of Townsville, tlio fact that tho theatre has been attended night after night by large and appreciative audiences,' I feel gratified; for it all shows refinement ami taste. I said to myself 11 Saturday 'nifclit I would not have hesitated to introduce a comme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

TO CURE INDIGESTION. aiul Stomach Troubles it is nocessary\to tsiko after meal> some harmless preparation which will supply the natural digestive fluids j which every weak stomach Iaclis. And tho best preparation of tin's character. is Dr. Sheldon's Digestive. Tnhiiles, which contain all the natural dirjestants which nature re quires for prompt digestion- One or +nyc>. talcon after meals will Jirovont souring, fer mentation, and acidity, and ensuro complete digestion-and assimilation, 2 s 6d nor tin. Obtainable nt all Btores, and Pullman's Phar macy.* And gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment to soothe and dispel eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations, chaf ings, chappings, redness and roughness of-the face and hands, and muscular pains, strains and weaknesses. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have no rivals worth mentioning for the toilet;obath and nursery.© Sold throughout the world.^ Depots: London. 27, Charterhouse Sq.: I'arls. 10, Kub do CbMiMca tl'AntJn; Australia,...

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NURSES' SULKY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

NURSES' SULKY FUND. Fm'Uirr donatio]! io ilie a bow iunrl of £1/10 !u>s U"Oj, !v.i;ulwl in y.vo of social h«l<l :'.i I3miRmv:i)i. Total j in hand to dato, £K!/."/. Tho following is a completo lit:t to dale:—Townsman 10/0, U.l\ 10.', Hx-pationt, A.V., 10/(5. I!. \V«ul iistnn .11 A. Krieiul Benefactor 1 (),'(!, ■ P.U.S. lrt/tf. Tigoi- £1, R'iS.P.' £1. P.P.C. Hi/ii, W'.O.S, '</, Andrew Amlronlco' £3, J. 11. Tassell 10/u. Proceeds of social, arrarig- I ed at Duusowan, £1.

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MISS NELLIE STBWART AXD THE BILL POSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

-MISS XELLIK STBWART AXD TIIE 131 LIj POSTER'. / A bill pester in 0110 of the Xi-w South AYales towns has written to Jliss Nellie Stew art, statin<_q that lie U an old actor, and that j lie war. once with her lather's company. So I delighted is ho at the prospect of her visit i11;the town where lie- plies life occupation, that ho has announced Iiis intention of ro Korvinu every available space in the locality for her posters. "I am also the town bell man/' he writes, ,:av.d although your risif. is not until the end of March, I shall an nounce it every market ilav from now oh.

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BARRABA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

BARRABA SHOW. ■\Vo have received the schedule, of prizes for the above show .ami judging by it an attractive programme will be placed before the public on March 1, 2, and 3. There are ten prizes in the blood horse section, four in the hackney, four for trotting horses, five for ponies, 17 for draught horses, and eight for miscellaneous. Tliero is also a jumping contest, aiul a goodly number of prizes for saddle and harness horses and turnouts. The prize lists in the sheep, cattle, poultry, mciciimery, fine art, and other sections arc on a liberal scale. Entries close on Febru ary IS.

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Third Test Match. AUSTRALIANS BATTING. TRUMEPR COMES BACK AND MAKES A DOUBLE CENTURY. (By Wire.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

, a0slt;A!.!Ar!3 c/yitjib. tru:>;kpu cojhcv; iv.ck and .maki:« a LiC)lH.'L!'0 (.'IJXTUIiY. (I5y V,";r, .1 OKI,AID]":. Tiro::rt*r. The (or! match wa<; resumed tl;L; morn The weather war. considerably wanner than on ?>I outlay. but. iho pitch did noi :«how any si?;n« oJ! wear, and if anything played faster than bei'ore. Kamsford and KeHowny resumed Iho Aus traliain.' first. inning to iho bowling of Llew ellyn and Sinclair. For iho first. couple of overs both batsmen felt (heir way. A few single?; by Hansford wore the only runs scored. In about. <10 minutes' play the bails men added -i) runs. siiOW scoring. Kclleway, .scoring rlowJy, had puf on only three ruin; to UaPi;»orri'a It*, when the latter v.* a o b'owlpd by Llewellyn. wiiu Uarcb'U-y in. Kelleway continued his sternly ;:anio, and ill ono hour his eonliihutkm Co the total wiis only S runs. The cent ,y was hoisted for two hours' play, ami j] runs later Llewelljn was credited with his third victim, Kcll...

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DEATH AT THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

DEATH AT THE HOSPITAL. The ilea ill oi'cniici] al 1T t o 'I'amworlli Hos ]>i 1 a 1 yesterday, w" Miss .''lay A!uKemiie, y^ho <mlv a low days jireviously licul boon admit toil to the institution suh'erins from typhoid fever. Tlio deeessed was about 22 years, of atu'.'an orphan. ami for sonic time prior (o Christmas, had been employed at an hotel in town.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

1.GCAL -AMD GENERAL NEWS. 1 I WEATHER FORECAST. Mnr<> slmv.-iM';; and ihuudor in tho north east (lujirior and isoiaual iuinml; oi tu-nviso lnio ami liot-, 11011]i v.ind;_, Im'.L a cool ciatiw.o is approachi;!"-, MiUlh-v.csi...

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APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. j Notifications ni)]ifur in the "Gar.oMxr' j that 1ho following 'appointments to the j Conummwonlili scrvioo liavu boon confirmed: ; —A. C\ Smivh, leio;;r:i}ili mosstJiij^er, "\Wo i ~\Vaa: C. 31. Vrnoss, iraj>h mo:'sen;^T, [Manilla; A. A. Conolty, 1-jtU'V vavriov, M»n 1 ilia ; K. l>r:u'kin, lim-ninn. An.iklaK1; .Tamos iKdward;, linenmi, tvhiiriiu:i ; C»ju. Holmisjn, [lineman. Glen Iiuks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

mm •&. C0U8EI88 LtillTBD. Stock, Property, ft Koyse Salesman, f ; 'X1 .a. i^cc "xx?" o 'Xj ::s: „ •.' Have For SaEo.— . ": i ... ■ /. Stoeep. . ; . ' ' ' BARRABA. 1O00 •Wethers, 3 and 4 years, liand shorn September-Octobcr,' well bred, 7/G. 1S00 AVbthers, 2, 3, 4 years, Long Arm bred, Rood condition. 7/-. 8100" Ewes, G years, Pallal bred, all but COO 2 years, ohorn October, 4/9. • DANGLEMAH. - BOO Ewes, 4 years, dipped, shorn October, Blekliam blood. G/G.. . DUNOOAVAN.- • 350 Ewes, C-tooth to fan., i»7 per cent. Shrop shire fat lambs at toot, ewes shorn Sep tember, S/> lambs paven in. UIDLBV. S00 Wetliers, 2 to 4 years, shorn early No vember, 200 fat, balance forward, aell a run of half. -Price, 7/G.. KINGSTOWN ' ; 800 Wethers, 4 and G tooth, well bred, slrorn November, good condition, 7/G. MANILLA C00 Ewes, G tooth to aged, "-l" mark, Hall's Creek'bred, shorn September; 100 per cent. Lincoln and • Shropshire cross lambs at foot, 7/-. • ■■ . ■ v. 200 Lincoln Cross AVether...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

s rn T*- r i'Ui iJ' h !M v \ . l!iX< Imy uMiik q. 4 (,*< ^ '* IkM ii'v'. c!J p (l *+$ m bi.GL"3£S WEDNESDAY, .I.V.VUARY 18, 1911. Account Gorman \ crge, Jiaq.;' AUunga, 10 DliAUJJX liURSES. Chiefly •! and o years, ami broken to at) kind:; of farm work*. fT~i A1! YIX and COUSEXS. LTD., wi'1 seil Vil as above. 'ih'.\;e horses are advised as being i ciid lot- r.f ynuiuj draught horses, in >p ,n::Kl condition, worthy ilio attention of buy er.; rt'(|iiirin;; i:ni''o; i'or immediate u'or'i GAI1YJN A.N'D COUSEXS, LTD., llorsa Salesmen. Bis. I3TIOOD ."WARES INr FOAL AND STATION HORSES. | WEDXESDA Y, J AXTJARY 18. I On account oi: tho Pool River Land and ^Mineral Company, Ltd., "Goonoo Goonoo" Station. i?0 HIGH-CLASS BROOD MARES IX FOAL | =" STATION HACKNEYS, j O AltVIX and COUSEXS, LIMITED, arc ; instructed to soil a.s above. The brood marojj v.'ill be found to be a roaiiy ^o°d lot, well bred, in fine condition, and in foul t-:i "Goonoo Goonoo" sires. They are worth...

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