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NEW PUBLIC WORKS. Tenders for the following works were opened by the Tender Board of the Department of Public Works on Monday:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

MEW PUB LEG WORKS. .Tenders for tlio following works wero olH'Uod by Iho Tciulov Honrcl of tho Dopart nio.'.it of Public "Works on Mondavi— K lection of nmiim :!ied ::t Pumjog, first, section, North Const rnihvay, viz., AYe.st, •Maithiiul to Dimgo;;, so-von -tenders, D. H. Quisjfiin, .01 Jo'i, lowest. Kreebioii <>f drill hall, Singleton, revon tenders, Ellis and t-'oiis, .'£110-1, lowest.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POINTS FROM LAST NIGHT'S COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

POINTS FROM LAST NIGHT'S COUNCIL MEETING. The Council decided to cMl applications for a collector, and fixed the salary at £2 10/- per week. After considerable discussion it was de cided to let certain milk vendors, whose milk was found to be not up to the stand ard, ou wilh a caution. The subject o£ persons' starting to de molish buildings and afteywards applying for permission to use the footpath was again discussed, Aid. Austin stating it was "a jolly shame." Applications for licenses for motor cars plying for hire wore dealt with, and the li cense fee was fixed at 30/ per annum, and the maximum fee to be charged was placed at 1/ per mile, or portion of a mile, for two passengers. The inspector reported 21 cases of infec tious diseases, 10 of which came from out side the municipality. The Mayor announced that the valuator had sent iq'liis returns, which showed that the values of rateable property in the mu- 1 nicipality had increased by .£40,000. The question of the supply of saw...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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GENERAL CABLES. THE WARATAH. LONDON, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

THE WARATAH, LONDON, Monday Afternoon. The Board ot Trade Inquiry into tho loss ol' the 'Wnrntah was. resumed to-day. Sir AVm., II White,' the eminent naval archi tect, late director l'or Naval Construction, testified tliat tho stability of the curve of the Warnt-ali was very gooil, nnd th/it t.'io complaints that the vessel was too liig|i out of the water were' unwarranted. If the cargo was disposed, according to evidence, the vessel could not have foundered through instability. The metacentric, height was satisfactory. •

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THE CLAPHAM COMMON MURDER. LONDON, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

THE CLAPHAM COMMON f/lURDER. LONDON, Monday Afternoon. The man', who was'so dramatically ar rested yesterday in a restaurant, near Sid ney-street, and described as an actor, gave his name as Steiner Morrison. He was identified as having supped with M. Beron, 3io murdered man, on Xciv Year's lire, and us having been soon with him on other oc casions. Morrison made a voluntary state ment to the police that ho is an Australian, having been born in Sydney, but- was brought up in England. Latterly he had worked as' a journeyman baker. At the police court to-flay-tlio'police testified that blood stains have been round on Morri son's cuff and. collar,. . Accused was re manded for a week. ■ ■ /

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M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

' •sr.uito.o.p. The annual meeting of the Tamworth District Committee, Manchester Unity,, is was lield ''at .-Barrnba- yesterday. The eleu tion of offieera resulted in the appointment of Bros. SecltoUli of Walcha. as'D.G.M., and. tiro. W. 13. Scholleld, as D.D.G.M., Bros. W. Rudfi (Manilla), and .ras. Lambert and Andrew Matheson (Tamwortii), were elect ed to represent tlio Tamworth district at .the forrOicouiing G:A.M.C„ to be held at Goulburn in May next.

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Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT VABLE SERVICE ATTEMPT TO RESCUE BANDITS. ROME, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

! r.Y TUEIXDKCI'IXDKN I-CAIILIC SERVI® ItOAIIS, Monday Afternoon. ! A (lelachtneni. of police carbineers, heavily armed, surrounded the Viterbo station-yej. torilny, anticipating the arrival of ;',2 bcrr. of the C.miom bam'. who r.ra to stand their Mia) for tho liiiu-'.ci' of Ctioccio, the ^ leader or the hand, who incurred the ven ceanee of the Camorrlsls for alleged trench cry. Ciioko'.o's body war, found near the ■ seashore at Naples on Juno 10, 300G," aafl . the body .of his wno. in a mutilated condi I lion, v; a a discovered in a house near by. It war. expected elVorln would be made vester ' day to at tempi, a re.-,cue, and when the Cam arras appeared, tiie mob attempted to bvesk , through tin- cordon, but. the police forced : liieni baek at the point of their cunsj.

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

PERSONAL Mr. J. Anscliau, Tamworlh, post.and tele graph master, is at" present an inmate of the West Tamworlh Private Hospital.

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

GARVIH & CGUSENS, LTO. horses WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911. Account German Verse, Esq., Attunga, 1-i DHAUHT HOUSES. Chiefly *1 mid 5 vonrs and broken to nil kinds of farm work. GAltVIN and COUSENS, LTD., wi',» sell as above. Those horses are advised as being a splen did Jot of young draught horses, m ipvi;:Kl condition, and worthy the attention of buy* ers requiring horses for immediate tfork GARVIN AND COUSENS, LTD., Morse Salesmen. Alorscs BROOD MARES IN FOAL AND STATION HORSES. WEDNESDAY, JANTJARY 18. On account of the Peel River Land and Mineral Company, Ltd., "'Goonoo Goonoo" Station. 20 HIGH-CLASS RR00D MARES IN FOAL 5 STATION HACKNEYS. Gi ARYIX and COUSENS, LIMITED, are ' instructed to sell as above. Tire brood mares will be found to be a really good lot, well bred, in fine condition, and in foal to "Goonoo Goonoo" Aires. They are worthy of the attention of breeders who should take tho opportunity of attending the snle and securing some good brood mares. Note datfl: WE...

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

MURRURUNDI. Of late theTimor caves have been an Attrac   tion to townspeople, several parties having visited them. A party which went out at Christmas time are said to have made more discoveries. Mr. J. Cust took a photograph in one cave—apparently occupied by the bushrangers in the early days—with Fredk. Ward's (the bushranger) name written in red.

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

MURRUNUNDI. Of late the Timor caves have been an attrac- tion to townspeople, several parties having visited them. A party which went out at Christmas time are said to have made more discoveries. Mr. J. Cust took a photograph in one cave - apparently occupied by the bushrangers in the early days - with Fredk. Ward's (the bushranger) name written in red.    

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ROBBERS' CAVERNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

ROBBERS' CAVERNS.   The recent discovery of immense caverns just north of San Antonio, not far from the San Antonio-Austin turnpike, in Texas, U.S.A., revives the thrilling stories of early buccaneers; and highway robbers who in pioneer days operated in this country. These caverns are supposed to be united by underground passages and are being ex- plored. Entrances, though narrow and concealed, lead back to the great caverns cathedral like in size and hung with beau- tiful stalacties. The exploration of these caverns is rather-dangerous and is proceed- ing with a great deal of caution. It ap- pears, however, that they reach back miles in extent. As this is a limestone country similar to that of Mammoth Cave, Ken- tucky, it seems that there will be some re- markable underground discoveries. Wild stories are floating around the coun- try-side to the effect that there is a cham- ber in one of these caverns filled with gold and other treasure accumulated by the old robbers....

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The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

' >,. The Dasliwoocls. , •;By Steele IlU(id» author of "On our feeiec tion," "Our Now Selection," etc., etc.). "Oh, 1 can't be Warned! I can't! 1 can't!. It's not my mistake. Oh, that awful fool of u clerk thai .'ones audKoberi^on scut lo point him out!" mid' the baililf showed sym ptoms oi biTouiiu^ seriously ill. 31 r. ^Liypolo itood and ''Oh, dear, th.s is auHi!!'1 whined' the bnililf. ' Oh, do riu«£ up •h'iu,.< and Robert sou liKo a good K-IUmv aud a>k one of the firm to como up :U oiue! ' too unnerred to do anything myseli. 01:. there«vrill be (troublt. over litis!" "That lust ease u v.r.»i;.:iil urratt," IP marked i In- I'lfik rtinli'i"if}y, "cost the of fice what, about mm- lt«i:idred pounds, aud two jjii'ii tlicflr bill'-i--. "Oh. do jin^ in/ • ■dieitors!" eried the n>L»i>r;i!>)f baiJiJl. nJii-V Ms knees rattled to gether lilt- the ban • when on duty. Tlie i.»ii;' < ;• Joiiea mid Robertson, and alter aii^wri: several ijuostions, atld chue...

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FARMERS' WEEK. FRENCH COMMENTS AT SMITHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

" FARMERS' WEEK. FRENCH COMMENTS AT SMITHFIELD. Says a ml Mitglfsh exchange: "UPHOLSTERED1* CATTLE. Among visitors to the Smlthficld Shaw at the Royal Agricultural Hall recently, were some French merchants and a well-known Indian, nu ex-Civil Servant! who is scien tific adviser to one of the Indian rajahs as well as a large farmer himself. The Indian representative was buying at the show an extraordinary variety of the new wheats and oats, especially the French, with a view to experiment on a consider able scale in India. Hitherto practically all the (softer English wheats have In India suffered from the attacks of the weevil, which does not attack the native wheats, which are harder but yield less heavily. ENGLISH MACHINERY. There Is no doubt at all, he said, that England Is the place to come to for first fate machinery, and he was taking back to India some of the most expensive steam ploughing tackle. The only piece of agri cultural machinery which was not to be fouud in England a...

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OUT IN THE [?]ASP[?]IAN. ASTRAKHAN, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

OUT IN THE CASPIAN. ASTRA KHAN, Tucsdnv Afternoon. Eighty-five fishermen wore or.rriw! out in (no C'n.S]:i;t» S«»n b.'-cimin^ caught in an ice floo. A steamer was requisitioned at, Urtku to mtilco n rosrue, but c!i:;nces of sue ccsd are small.

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Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE. BOMB THROWING. SAN FRANCISCO Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SfcuYICE. SAX ERAXCIsL'O. TtinvJnv Afti»rii A dynamite bom!) win hurled i»y ait Italian fisherman, which wrecked the entrance of nn hotel in the Latin quarter tc-day. The hotsl was moiily occupied by mrmbers of an alleged (ish trust*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INTEREST AWAKENED. Interest awakened everywhere in tho mar rellous cures of Cut?, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheld-on's Magnetic Liniment. Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable at all stores, anl Pull, man's Pharmacy.* WANTED, Dairy Kami, on Sharea, or position on farmexperienced. Apply by tetter, K.C., this oflice. ."V^T'ANTED, nt once, a Puntry Maid; also Housemaid. ■ Apply to Hoyal 'ANTED.—Smart Boy I'or our Iroumon* ▼ V gcry Department. Apply T. J. Tre loar aud Co WANTED for General Country Store, a Jtmioi' Assistant, with some drapery experience. Apply T. 0. Hardaker and Co., "Walcha. ACANCIES for three or four boarders. ▼ Mrs. W. Turner, Griffeu-streot. O ALE.—Boy's biko, good order, suit child O (j to 12 years. Jomes Cosb, Mvius street. Hotel. rno LET.—Two shops in Peel-street, next 'X Deuuing and Sons. Apply K. A. Stan iiold. TO LET.—Two cottages, Xorth-street, 5 rooms, bathroom, Kitchen, electric light, and water laid on. Grand position. P. G. Smith and Co., Tuwworth. ALL outstanding de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

A "WONDERFUL NEW PILL. 1 Gin has from time immemorial been uni versally recognised as having a peculiarly beneficial effect on the kidneys, blnddor, nn^ the tinrwry system ge/ienilly, «j>d ia- fre quently prescribml by rawlicql mon in tho treatment of diseases affecting these organs. A grout many people, owing to their having conscientious scruples against the use of tlmfr liquor, were debarred from its use, and cdn» soquently debarred from the curutive treat, ment they would otherwise have obtained. Having regard to these considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Gin I'illg have boon put on tho market for tho fcroatmont of all Kidney Troubles. T5iey contain all tho curutivo medicinal properties of gin without tho alcohol. In them aro combined certain other powerful diuretics which go to make the finest pill of ita kind over offered to the pub lic. % All sufferers from Aching Back, Rheu matism, Gout, Madder Troubles, Sciatica, Luiubago. Kidnov Complaint, will find Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills a s...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion of our correspondents.] NUNDLE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

CORRESPONDENCE. (Ws do cot nfccmrilj' endorse the opinion of otir coneapondeuts.] KUNDLE I'KOGRESS COMMIT'i'EE. . To the Editor. Sir,—l note on reading tne rsumlJo news in your issue of 10th January, that the Nundle Progioss Committee are about to approach the Apsiey Shiro re opening out the road from Uio Black Gap to Walcha. Mad it read from the (stack Gap to Nundle It would be correct as th<« committee would then be moving lo him; \h» worst put fn order. As it is the road liom the said Gap and I ho two roads from Callushun Swamps lo NValcha are far superior. anil -how signs, of receiving better attention ihsui many more important roads within th<- Xundlo Shire. Surely reform should suit at i homo. | Yours, etc., • - "nrco." | Xundle, January nth, 1011,

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GENERAL NEWS. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

GENERAL NEWS. SVDXKY. W«v!nr.s.lrv XiVM. The industrial prcspecU in ac cording to a report which the Directors of Labor have prwieuLed to the Premier, aro in a satisfactory condition—in fact, they were nei'er bettor. Senator Kindley, Acting .Minister for Kx tcrnal Affairs. was married in Melbourne to day to Miss Fovle, a prominent Labor en thusiast ami president or the Women's branch ui the Australian .Natives' Associa tion. The l'rime Minister gave the bride Mr. McCowon, in replying ta an influential deputation, who urjjed the resumption of the Harbour inreshores nt a cost of about £150,000, said the payment of ?o largo a sum might cause an outcry on the port of the country people, some of whom might think the money could bo beater spent on railways. He would consult the Cabinet. The Minister for Customs has approved of uniform method* beinu adopted in all the States from the lltJi o? Heart month lor the inspection, under the Commerce Act, of meat for export from the Commonwealth. ...

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SECTIVE NEWS. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

BECTIVE NEWS. (From our Correspondent). The weather has been anything but picas* ant during the holidays, temperatures re corded being extremely high. Thtrndw storms were frequent, but falls of rain very irregular. The contractors for repairs to the local school have commenced work which con sists of paint lug and otherwise renovating the building throughout—a much needed improvement indeed. In the majority of cases the surrounding farming community has complete* vheat carting. Owing to pooraess of • a few loads sufficed to meet require. A long-felt want here ia the "Daily Observer," and It may safely b* do scribed as an achievement- that the com munity should be justly proud of, at the same time speaking volumes of the energy and capacity of the promoters. Now, a great responsibility rests upon the com muuity in fostering the growth of the local dally, and in so doing encourage and reward industry and talent. The new daily receiving the support that it rightly should, must at an ea...

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