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FARMERS' WEEK. FRENCH COMMENTS AT SMITHFIELD. Says and English exchange:—"UPHOLSTERED" CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

FARMERS' WEEK, FRENCH COMMENTS AT SMITHFIELD. Says and English cxclmnge:— \ "UPHOLSTERED" CATTLE. Among visitors to-the Smithfield Show at the Royal Agricultural Hull recently, were some French merchants and n well-known Indian, an ex-Civil Servant, who is scien tific adviser to one of the Indian rajahs as well as a large farmer hiKiself. 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 iu 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 110 doubt al. all, lie said, that. England is the place to come to for first late 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 found in England...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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OUT IN THE CASPIAN ASTRAKHAN, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

OUT IN THE^ CASPIML ASTRAKHAN, Tuosdav Afternoon. Elfihty-fivo lisliormon were onrriod out in flio Caspian Son through becoming caught in mi Ice lloo. A steamer was requisitioned at Baku to mnke a rescue, but chances of suc cess are small.

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

BY THE INDEPENDENT CABL13 siiuVICE BOMB THRQWIfSG. SAX FRANCISCO, Tuesday Aftoinonn. A dynahiite bomb was lmrU'd bv nil Itnlinn fisherman, which wrecked the entrance of nn liotel in tho Latin quarter to-dny. The liotal wns mostly ocoupiod by inombers of ftli alleged fish trust).

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

interest awakened. Interest awakened everywhere in the mar vellous cures of Cuts, Bums, and. 'Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable at all stores, anl Pull, man's Pharmacy.* . , WANTED, Dairy Farm, on Shares, or position on farm; experienced. Apply by'letter, E.C., this- office. WANTED, at once, a Pantry Maid; also Housemaid. Apply t<> Royal Hotel. WANTED.—Smart Boy for our Ironmon gery Department. Apply T. J. Tre loar and Co WAN1EED for General Country Store, a Junior Assistant, with some drapery experience. Apply T. O. Hatdaber and Oo., Walcha. VACANCIES for. three or four boarders. Mrs. W, Turner, Griffen-stroett SALE.—Boy's bike, good order, suit ohitd 6 to 12 years. Jamas Cosh, Manus street. TO LET.—Two ahops in Peel-street, next Denning and Sons. Apply R. A. Stan field. TO LET.—Two cottages, North-street, 5 rooms, bathroom, kitchen, electric light, and water had on. Grand position. P. Q. Smith and Co., Tumwortb. ALL outstanding deb...

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

A WONDBBFUI, NEW ?fW-. | Gin has from time immemorial Ixmn Hni-1 yeraaJly recognised us having a peculiar!}' beneficial effeot on tho kidney#, bladder, un{ tho urinary system generally, and is fre- . queutjy prescribed by medical tnttt in $)u treatment of diseases affecting these organs, ' A groat many people, owing to their having conscientious scruples against the use of that liquor, were debarred from its use, and oon. , soquently debarred from the curative treat-' ment they would otherwise have obtained Having regard to these considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pill" have been put on tho i . market for tho treatment of all Kidney ! Troubles. They contain jjl tho curative medicinal properties of- , gin without ' tho alcohol. In them are combined certain other powerful diuretics which go to make the finest pill of its kind over offered to the pub lic. AH sufferers from Aching Back,- Rheu matism, Gout. Bladder Troubles, Sciatica, Lumbago, Kitrnov Complaint, will find Dr. Sheldon's Gi...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion* of our correspondents.] NTJNDLE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. \ To iOie Editor. Sir,—I note on reading the Nundle news in your issue of 10th .Tanuary, that the Nundle Progress Committee are about to approach the Apsley Shire re opening out the road from the Black Gap to Walcha. Had it read from the Blaclc Gap to Nundle It would be correct as the committee would then be moving to have the worst put in order. As it is the road from the said Gap and the two roads from CaHaghan Swamps to Walcha are far superior, and show signs, of receiving better, attention than many more important roads within the Nundle Shire. Surely reform should start at home. Youra, etc., i ~ "HUGO." Nundle, January HUi, 1911.

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

GENERAL NEWS. ^2says2st-' SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. The industrial prospocts iu N"s.W~ ac cording to a report which tlio Directors of Labor have presented to tho Pronior, are in a satisfactory condition—in fact, they were never bettor. Senator FindJey, Acting Minister for Ex ternal Affairs, Wag married in Melbourne to day to Miss Foylo, a prominent Labor en thusiast and president of tlio Women's branch of tli0 Australian isatives' Associa tion. The Prime Minister gave tlio brido • away. Mr. McGowon, in replying to an influential deputation, who urged the resumption of the Harbour foreshores at a cost of about £150,008, said the . payment of so largo a sum might cause an outcry oil the part 'of tlio country people, some of whom "might think the money could bo better spent on railways. He would consult the Cabinet). The Minister for Customs has approved of uniform methods being adopted in all the States from the 14th of next month for the inspection, under the Commerce Aot, of meat for...

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

BECTIVE NEWS. (From our Correspondent). The weather lias been anything but pleas ant during the holidays, temperatures re corded being extremely high. Thunder storms were frequent, but falls of rain very irregular. The contractors for repairs to the local school have commenced work which con sists of painting and otherwise renovating the building throughout—a much needed improvement indeed. .In the majority of cases the surrounding farming community has completed wheat carting. Owing to poonness of o i a few loads sufficed to meet requires. \ta. A long-felt want here is the "bally Observer," and it may safely be de scribed as an achievement that the com munHy 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 munity in fostering the growth of the local daily, and in so doing encourage and reward industry and talent. The new. daily receiving; the support that it rightly should, nius...

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INTER-UNIVERSITY MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INTER-UNIVERSITY MATCH: In the Inter-University match, Melbourne v. Sydney, the latt<2r's first innings realised 233, and in their second they have lost six for 149.

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

MAITLAND NEWS. WEST MAITL.AND, Wednesday Night. A fatal accident occurred at East Grata this afternoon. Edward Byrne, 8V4 years, was riding on a butcher's cart with his uncle, when a wheel went into a rut, throw ing the lad out. The wheel passed over his body, severely injuring him internally. The lad died shortly after the. unfortunate occur rence. Mr. MorBon CUft, about 40 years of age, died at his residence, "Walli House," East Maitland, this afternoon. Cause of death was drinking lysol, believed to be taken iu mistake for medicine. He was a son of the late Mr. William Ollft, of Breeza Station, and was much respected.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. HELP FROM BENDEMEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. HELP FROM BENOEMEER. 'At a meet-ins hold at Bendemeer a few nights ago. It was decided to organise a ball in aid of the funds of the1 Tamwortli Hos pital.

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BARREN JACK. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BARREN JACK. A Afternoon. A telegram wal reJStod"it Yas™fi»m the Barren Jack, which states that a ter rible accident occurred there this morning. No particulars are forwarded, but it Is be lieved the cage, which runs high up on a wire rope across the valley, collapsed. The cage is used for conveying workmen and stone. It is believed one man was killed, and others injured.

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SALE OF HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

SALE OF HARNESS. Attention is inrited to ftn advertisement in tiiis issue by Jtessrs. W. T. Callcott and Co., announcing tbo sale, on Friday next, at 3. o'clock, of 24 sets of harness.

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. CHARGE OF INFICTING GREVIOUS BODILY HARM. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. CHARGE OF INFICTING GREVIOU3 BODILY ITARM. SYDNE\, Wednesday Afternoon, Edgar Munday was charged at tho Polico Court to-day witli having inflicted grievous bodily harm upon his wife. Medical evidence showed that when tho woman was admitted to the hospital, suffering from shocking in juries, her lifu was in danger for souio titno. Accused, when arretted, anj asked what made him commit such iv rasli act, replied, I "I was driven to it." i A sister of tho accused deposed to seeinsi tho latter taUo up an ax0 and striUo his wifo twice with it. Klizabeth Munday, who appeared with her left ai m in' a cast, and who looked weak and ill, deposed that sho wanted to go out, but her iIllsUaiid would not let hor. Sho could not recall bein;: struck with tho axe. Sho had not yot. recovered her sense!) properly. Ho had threatened hor Ufo, and said ho would do the samo to her as the mail had done to his wife In' Perth. TTuo magistrate, in committing sutmsod for trial, said accuse...

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

NICE RAIN. A heavy downpour of rain was experienc ed on Tuesday afternoon, after 'which a light- drizzle set in and continued through* out yesterday. At time of going to press there was every indication of a continuance of the rain, which should prove very bene ficial, as it was generally needed. The re cords exhibited at the local post office, up till 9 a.in. yesterday, were as follow:—Bar raba 19 points, Bendemeer 17, Bingara 14, Souxke 17, Coonamble 34, Goodooga 24, Uun nedah 3D, Millie 21, Moree 23, Mungindl 35, Musweltbiook 27, Mogil Mogll 23, Narrabri j4, Newcastle 16, Nundle 17, Stegleton 24, (Eamwortb. 26, Tenterfield 40t ^Varialda 22, andv-Yetman 37.

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IMPORTANT TO MILK VENDORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

IMPORTANT TO Mll-K VENDORS, lElie Dairies-Supervision Act provides that fivecy dairyman or milk vendor is required Bo apply for registration to the toottl authority for tlio district in which be resides, and also to the local authority of every 'district in which he trades; and be must do tlris before beginning to trade. ©lte> application must be made in -writing qn tire prescribed from which is obtainable on application to the local authority; and in jaonicipafities where a registration fee is charged must be accompanied by the am ount o£ the fee. With regard to the above, the local inspector says a number of people are bringing cream and milk in to Tam ;worth from other places, and he wishes lljeir attention drawn to this portion of the Bkct as they are probably unaware it is necessary for them to register here. In fu ton® he intends to prosecute all who neglect to register.

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PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

PRODUCE SALES. I SYDNEY. Wednesday Afternoon. • i The feature of the produce'market at the auction sales at the ' Sydijey goods statiou this morning was the strong demand for all varieties of potatoes. Supplies ■ were large, but not sufficient to cope with inquiry. Sel- ; lers experienced no trouble in securing an advance of 10/ per ton. The increase in values was duo to the falling off of arrivals from all ,part9 of the Sta'to. Prime Brownelis sold at 71 to 7/4, good G/3 to G/1I, inferior 3/11. Chaff was Bligjbtly firmer, price3 showing o recovery of 3/4 per ton. Choice wheaten sold at 4/9 to 4/11, good 3/7 to 3/9, prime oaten 4/ to 4/3. . Prime lucorue bay, small bales, command ed 3/3 to 8/6, inferior 2/4 to 2/G; prime large bales 2/9, medium : lucerne chaff 3/5; prime oaten ' rack hity 4/1 to 4J3. Maize was un saleable. ; 2/1 j to 3/6i por bushel was accepted on good quality chick wheat, 3/7 to 3/8 barley, 2/6 to 3/ lucerne chaff.

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

PERSONAL. / ; „ .' 'After three weeks' illness, Mrs. Purcell, senior, of Verm Creek, passed away peace flsfily, but not unexpectedly, on batm-ay morning last at 8 o'clock, writes our Wen-is Greek correspondent. The deceased was at \ tended by Dr. Alagna, of Worria Creek, aud Dr. Mead, of Quirindi, but it was clearly V. ' seen that her long lifo of S2 years was gra duofty approaching its end. The final illness produced very lilitto suffering, and despite V exceptional physical weakness, Mrs. Purcell (retained woaidoifu! menial Vitality. Bprn in Ireland, the deceased My emigrated to Australia in early life, and resided for many years at Raymond Terrace, situate in the ftanotts Hunter River district. Thirty-five years agp Mr. and Mrs. Purcell and family departed for the Werris Creek district, which litHn time stated, was verily in its natural state, with scarcely a score of inhabitants. Henoo, it may bo said, that by the death of Mrs. Purcoil is rumored practically the oHest resident o...

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

SUMMARY. An engine ran off the rails in WooltirooK station yard on Monday morning. The per manent way was considerably damaged. The potato crops at Woo) brook are ia splendid condition, and heary yields are peoted. . Owing to continuous rain tlie InvetftO races were postponed until to-day* ' ' At tlie annual meeting of' Tamwortii 'IXa*' tricfc Gominrtteo of the Manchester Unity c£ Oddfellows, hold in Barraba, tho rotirin^J District Grand Master, Bro. H." Rudd,'of Manilla, was presented with a' regatta* Eighty-fine fishermen were carried "out ifl a boat in the Gaspioji Sea through becoming cauglit in an ice floe.. A sfeamer was' i»» quisitioned at Baku to rescue the nlen, fts4 chances of succesg are small. - ■ A dynamite bomb was hurled by an Xtal* ian fisherman, whicii wrecked the eutir&zioo of an hotel, in the Latin quarter, Sau Krac» cisco, on Tuesday. Tho hotel was mostly oc cupied! by members of an alleged Fttib Trust. » Guerrero (Mosico) has been occupied Vjj Federal tr...

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

-iaH*, R White Star Line LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUR BAN AND CAPETOWN. EQULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Steamers, <AFRIC," "MEDIC," "PERSIO," "RUNIC," and "SUEVIC." FARES—Cnuotown or Durban, £15/15 to £31 3s. London, £1.9 to £80. New York, Boston, etc., £25/6 to £!1G/G. ' ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA TION. - Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowoBt Satoa. Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centres, and America on most favorable terms. The highoat class of inouiation ia installed lor tbo satisfactory carrsago and outturn of Froten Muut, Dairy Produce, Fruit, etc. For Rates of freight, Pamphlets, elo., apply to— DALQETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Une. NATAL' CAPETOWN, and LONDON, .ml PLYMOUTH. 1 jQEGULAR. First and Third Clais Pa*-1 lL aengors carried. I'ARES.—Saloon—'London, from '£57. 8rd | Class—£16 to £20. Baloon—Capo and Natal, £31/10; Srd Class—£13/13 to £17/17. Round ...

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