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

MARKET REPORTS. T?;)io :-y :»nd Cor..;-. ray. Umiu'd, from I.ondon otuce, uiuiyr date beeember, lSUU:— 'Ihe vi.sth and but s en'i's* of coluuial Wool ■ -»o . lor the at year, w hieh ojKMied i.:i -:'rd uh., w.ir; V.u. a '/it tj a close on «Uh in*-!.. uhe !>ale;; r.u i ei Ljk.'J fill- the L'l'.id and *. • " I::-,:;: ; t< be l-u.i turned owin^ ta h»:;. availably tntal iJ ; now t)l it ut lL'O.i-oO oa'.cy. of which 1 ll'.uOO bales wore sold, viz., fVi.OOU x.\iq home trade. •"»!),COO I'm* i!:-j niie-.Mt. lOiK) ior America, having £000 bales to be carried forward to next J:i r. Edition to t!.e above, about -KjCO bales ■_>f Falkland ii!;iiicVi, Vtuiti* Arenas, and llvor Plate wools ottered and said at '» i•' rent. over >\ ptjnsb-'r.'Oeloher rates. Ojh .«:» ♦ at about last .safe* rates !«*r i;ocd rondili-ned merino* and oar to o ;u»r cent, lower i<rr inferior ami lault.y tlescrijrtimss, with rr.»?shred* at late rates, the sales con tinued with artiVe com,"otiti...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANCHESTER UNITY DISTRICT COMMITTEE. MEETING AT BARRABA. BARRABA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

MEETING_AT_BARRABA. J3ARRADA. Wednesday. The nnminl mooting of the Tainworth iJis trict Committee of the MnwhesWr fnity of Oddfellows was held at the Parish Hall yesterday. Thero wero delegates present from Thmvorth. Urallu, Bhi*ftra, Walchn. Xuiidln, Manilln. and Bnrrabn. 'Hie Gniml MnMer of the order, liro. \\\ J. A. Hill, was also pre sent. 'I lu' diction of district officer* resulted In Br.i. ('. Seckold. Tainworth. D.G.M., being fleeted G.M.: Bra. W. K. SchofU'ld, Tarn* worth, D.G.M.; Bro. J. Lambert was re elected district secretary, the newly-electer officers were duly installed by Mr. Hall, G.M. Tl'o retiring District Grand Master, Bro. H. Uudd, of Manilla, was presented with a suit of regalia in a case. Bro. J. Gravston was elected district trea The visiting delegates were entertained at a smoke coucert at "LUltaville" in the even ing by the Mayor, Alderman hillis.

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

TO CURE INDIGESTION and Stomach Trouble* it i, 1 tuko nftor mollis sonui hurmi«« ^ which will «u.u>l.v tl,o which every weali »lamncl, lack? An-1th* host preparation of this 4 ,V S]icldoi\'» Dluustivo Tabi»l«« S • ir 18 , -r' all th* natural dimtShts ™'l,w h ™ntaro quires for prompt diirestinnk ufttui'°/*' taken after meal's will nrorm.i -or ^v0 mentation, and aoidttv sounnc, fer digestion and limitation compioK' OMjtaabl, M all stored NEMiA>tVnvT«° to younc womat-. NEMIA TONIC ngttUt,, ^

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ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT. BAIL REFUSED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT. BAIL REFUSED. S V1 )\*IS Y. WVil nosilnw An application was made to Mr. Justice Streets in Chambers ibis morning for hail in the ease of the old man, John Stein, now awaiting liis trial on a charge of shooting at- Mr. Charles Byrnes, a well known i-arra tir.ittn solicitor, with intent- to murder liim. In tin* affidavit accused declared Ho was not guilty ol' the charge. and would l>o preju diced in umking preparation for hfo defence unless bail was granted him. Counsel for the Crown exphiinod he had heen instructed u> oppose tho application. Accused's trial would" lake place in about 1L' days' time. His Honor. i:i refusion to ijrant hail, .-*;:id (he depositions pointed to the fact that there was a deliberate nttemrt- to shoot Byrnes. If accused uvro liberated ho uu<iht muko another attempt on his lilo.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Did Xmas find yog Shoft of Hoose Linens? ( We recommend you to pay a visit to our Manchester | Department for the lines that you are short of. ( Lancashire Mills supply us direct with the stock. ( No beating about the bush with Sydney Warehouses. , Calicoes, Madapolams, White Twill, Plain Cotton Sheet ing, Plain Linen Sheetings, Grey Sheetings, Pillow Linens, Towels, Quilts, Osnaberg, Mosquito Net, Roller Towellings, Damasks, Tray and Sideboard Cloths in qualifies that make the prices look very small indeed. You are offered selection from a stock towering in its im mensity above all others—a stock that -vyould make many a Sydney Draper envious. Drop in at the Palace of Trade to-day and get all that you need in House Linen, for, the remaining Summer period. YOU'LL FIND THESE PRICES REFRESHINGLY CONSIDERATE OF YOUR PURSE. ALL HOUSE LINEN PURCHASED AT THE PALACE OF TRADE, HEMMED FREE OF CHARGE. We have the latest Electric Sewing Machine,'which will do the work in no time. Purchase your...

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INVERELL RACES. A DAY'S POSTPONEMENT. INVERELL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INVERELL RAGES. A DAY'S POSTPONEMENT. IXV12KKTjL. Wednesday. Owing to continuous rain, tlio oomniittoo of tlie IiiVLMt'll Jockey Club dixided to post pone the races until to-morrow.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURBS. January. in. 13—Tirranna Picnic B.C. Annual Meeting 14—Heddon J.C, Races, 14—Victoria Park Baces. 14—Warwick Farm Racea. 14—Heddon Oreta Races. 17,18—Burrows R.C Meeting. 12, IS—Bombala J.C. Racea. 11—Wollongong J.C. Races. 18—Victoria Park Races. 18, 19—Bingara Races. 19, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. £1, 26—AJ.C. Anniversary Meeting. EI—Krawarree Races. E3, 24—Barraba T.C. Meeting. 26—Wallsend J.C. Races. 25—DeoiUquln V.L.I.G. Meeting. 25—Kensington Races. " Bo, 26—Bourke Hospital Bene&t Meetings 25, 26—Batlmrst T.C. Races. 26—BeHinger River J.C. Races. 26—Lawrence J.C. Races. 26—Marengo J.C. Races. 28—Reetton Races, 36—J.C. Races. 20—LeadwiHe E.C. Meeting. 26—CondoboHo JcC. Races. ; EG—Majors Creek T.C. Races. ■ 26—Bookuoo Races. ! 36—Qutaindl Australian Horso Amateur :r Meeting, 26—Dalsety J.C. Races. —Bow-ral R.C. Meeting. S8, 11—Burr en Junction Amateur Jfeces. ZB, 2?—Glen Innes J.C. Races. 28—WaHsend J.C. Racos. B8—Victoria Park Ra...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INVERELL WATER SUPPLY. SCHEME ADOPTED. INVERELL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INVERELL WATER SUPPLY, SCHEME ADOPTED. INVICliKl.l., Wt'diiL'Mluy. At i!u» ol the Municipal Council last ni^ht. Mr. Do Mur^h's report on the water supply sohonio lor Inveroll was dealt with, ami a pumping scheme, at a cost of £40,000 was adopted. The voting of alder* men was eight for the motion, and one against.

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Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS' SECOND INNINGS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS'JECOND INNINGS. ADF.I.AIDi:. \\Y.ln».«l.«y. The third test match between Sourh Africa and Anstralin was resumed ihi* monnn.;. tetter ami Whirry contiunrJ the .»intrnl iaus* first innings. but neither batsmen gave trouble. SOl'TH AFRICANS' ADVANTAGE. The Australians. who only wanted SI io equal their opponents* total of ISi?, wvro not oxpn-ied to he behind, hut tlf v Holed in r«a«h tlie mark, as the lost two \vieUe:< TfJi in ;i quarter of an hour for «-» :i:ld.t<on of 7 runs. Thus the Africans nn»s'i-»d 1" runs uhtfsul on tho lirst innin's. Tr..»u;/r was unbeaten, and got six of tl.c 7 :uii5 since the resumption. He now sfcoml place in the list, of greatest in test matches. "When Trumper and Cotter routed h..t« ting a strong easterly wind w:? hlowrn^. The weather was considerably cooler. Al though the wicket cannot yet le.uJy lo called bad, ifc was not as good uj yestorJay, and showed signs of breaking up. Llewellyn opened the attack...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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WEATHER FORECAST. [?]LOOD FALLS INDICATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

WEATHER FORECAST. CLOOD FALLS INDICATED. Rain over the north-east quarter, extend* ing lo all highlands and coastal districts; Home Hood falls indicated. Cool southerly wiuds; gales on the coast.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. BURGLARY OF PAWNSHOP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Latest. News by Telegram. TRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. BURGLARY ^PAWNSHOP. sydnMSY. Wednesday. Burglars nitcrcd Cohen'.-; pnv.nbroliiny cs tubl)<hmont/ ill Kr.slciiiv-NUtM>* during hiat night, mid swuroil »y:tuit)lm:iU jcwollor.v Viiiued sit about JUHO. Kui tunately more valuable jewellery was lucked in the safe. No pledges were uikeii.

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

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. FehrunrV 3 is tlio dnte of next roculnr monthly visit to Tnmworth of GIBB & BEEMAN. LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: B a.m. to Opm All sufferers from any oyo trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of tlio principals personally visits Tnro worth (Chas. Gihb, late principal of Charle* Gibb and Co.. and J.W.Beeman, lute Man aeor nnd Signt Specialist for H. A. Barra doueh) who have been visiting this town for soine yoari, bto the principals, so clients can roly on tba ©flrt expert Eya wrnc* in con suiting us. No*t vi*it: Friday, February 3.

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL There were present at the Council meet* ing on Tuesday night:—AW. Matheson (Mayor), Austin, Schwartz, Green, Howlett, Adams, Nankervis, Piper, Britten, Ison, anil Britz. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from— The Lands Department, re closing of a road, parish Murtoon, P.R.C. area No. 7, and asking If the Council had any objec tions. From the Industrial Registrar, enclosing a notice under ihe Industrial Disputes Act. From tho P.R. Co., re the removal of shale for repairs. From the Department of Public Health, enclosing copy oC tho Government Analyst's report on samples of milk taken' by the in* spector, and advising that informations he laid against three parties, and that another be cautioned. The Department asked to be informed what action is taken, and the re* suit. From the Undersecretary for Lands ro the control or Brisbane-street Park, stating that representations had been made that the Tamworth Lawn T...

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AMUSEMENTS. "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

AMUSEMENTS, "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." "A Message from Mars/' which Is to be staged to-night at the Central Hall, comes recommended by its long and ooj)tim;ed success throughout Australia. iMr. Hamilton bus been busy for some months past organising a tour of the colonics, through those districts which hnv« jjey. r been vi6ited by the famous play, and is sending it out in the same complete mannei that it was produced by him in Sydney. i« reviewing this production, the "Sydney Morning Herald'* says: "Those who have seen the splendid noting in tin's pitH'o in the past naturallv made eomparL*>us with the latent production, and huve to admit that the re presentation made by the Allan Hamilton Comedy Company is a highly successful one. Tlio way in which the company has laid it self out in the matter of sccuory and effects is a striking examplo of what can be achi ever in that; direction." "The Two Mr. We therbys;" tho second production of the com pauy to-moi*row evening, is a notably suc c...

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A NOISELESS TYPEWRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

A NOISELESS TYPEWRITER. A noiseless typewriter is about to be put | on the American and English markets by Mr. W. P. Kidder, of Boston, the inventor of the Kidder self-feeding printing press (says the "Daily Express" on November 13). Tho principle is that the printing is done by pressure and not by a hammer blow. Tho roller of the ordinary typewriter is used in the new invention only to guide the paper. It does nob serve as a back stop for tho type. This work is dono by a narrow band of steel. Tho typo delivers a forward stroke, aud is held rigidly in pluee before tho paper by u locking apparatus, while a pressure of about seven pound* is delivered by a toggle joint arrangement). Only a slight touch oh the keyboard is necessary to bring this about. Tho carriage is made noiseless by the use of ball bearings, by cushion stops, and by the elimination of the cog. Tho machine is as speedy and as hardy as on ordinary type writer. A company with a capital of £275,000 pre ference shares and...

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UNITED KINGDOM IMPORTS. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

UNITED KIN6D3M IMPOSTS. I.OXDC'N, mcadny Afternoon. Th'.» urports <*.t" tho rnitcd i^r V.iJO are:—Wno!: A\tsinili;», . : Ar'ont ni? CI ; obiHc'l li.H-t: Ml.'" trJlV, 'c:M? A'Ji.niO.:v:G: fros 0:1 Wf: Aw:ira!»at : • Ary.oti«o, £:it3Gu.tfj8: mnir-.m: Australia, £"J.';M,0G0: Arjioiuitu*,

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LAND SLIDE. MADRID, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

LAHD SLIDE, '.KMiUID, Turfday Aft.Hitoriii. Foitv pisv.nnr. uviv h'.ju'.vil atui livo kuk'u a lan<l sH'le. uj.um cvw/hclir.o-l a jxang iakivtis a; Castro-Wiilialra <.?) to-da.v.

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[?] PLAGUE. PEKIN, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Bli3j}!i0 PLAGUE. PEK1N, Tiwuhv AUcfr.iram. Tlio-f r.iv furtliL-:' rava^flj i>la[;Hii "-1 MuUilon Kii'i.i ami Kv.tii« Chai!'~-slii. The r.ul!ui;itios have adoi'teil r'.avr.'.iinh mjiiMirej i, ;• ii--. nrcs*.i'>n. <;T 1*1'"IkliSHL'tiC. T»iot:lav Afu*rnor»n. from l',,;!«na statt- tha. Sl> (Jc.itlw n't' tluily r.-t-n: ri:r^ t':o:u ai .nine pki^ui* al tlmt cvntic.

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THE WARATAH. INQUIRY CONTINUED, LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

THE WARATAH. INQUIRY CONTINUED, LONDON, Tuesday Afteruonn. | Captain Phillip*, the muster of tin* Clan ; Macintyre, said the Wnratuh passed within two inilwK, with no apparent |m(. 1'hy st»»rjn , oncoutltortHl w»& |hn wor^t ho ever experi enced, [ Lament, a midshipman of tho Chin .naoiu tvie, said th* Wwratali wan Nailing likn u : yacht,-with her stuibimrd list- and propound [exposed wlion pitching. Witnesses' recollection as to the distances ! varied to those made by Captain Shanks. | The superintendent engineer of Jaind'a said a spardeck wqs not unusual, ai\d if \\-m UUiPMP tho yussu) wat> pressed \>o piako \\ good voyage homeward. Jf J,ho f?t«|im stePP* ing gear failed, hand gear could be fixed in a few iniuutes. Captain Ilbery had never complained, &r .» (witness) had not lieard of apy difficrj;, /ysarding coaling in Sydney owing to the being too tender, hut ho admitted receiving a lp(ter frojR pa pi a in Ii frpry to f.ha(- effect.

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BURNS TO FIGHT LANG. SEATTLE, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

BURNS TO FIGHT LANG. .SKATTLK. Tuesday Afternoon. | Burns has cabled his nreenlunru <>f .Mrln to&h's oJFcr of a pnrso of £"2500 t«i light Lans in London. Jhirns is guaranteed this amount- regardless of the result. Loiter will accompany Burns to England.

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