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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 Mara," which Is to be staged to-oight at the, Cebttal Hall, comes recommended by Its long and continued success throughout Australia. Mr. Hamilton has been busy for soma months past organising a tour o£ the colonies, through those districts which have nevr been visited by the famous play, and fs sending it out in the same complete manner that it was produced by him in Sydney, la reviewing this production, the "Sydney Morning Herald" says: "Those who have seen the splendid acting in this piece in the past naturally made comparisons with the latest production, and have to admit that the re presentation made by the Allan Hamilton Comedy Company is a highly , successful one. The way in which the company has laid it self oat in the matter of scenery and effects is a striking example of what can bo achi ever'in that direotion." "The Two Mr. We therbys)" the second production of the com pany to-morrow evening, is a notably suc cessful farc...
A NOISELESS TYPEWRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
A NOISELESS TYPEWRITER. A noiseless typewrite!1 is about to be put on the American arid English markets by Mr. W. P. Kidder, of Boston, the inventor of tie Kadder self-feeding printing press (says the "Daily Express" on November 13). The principle is that lie printing is done by pressure and not by a hammer blow. The roller of the ordinary typewriter is useid In the new Invention only to guide the paper. It does not serve as a back stop for the type. This work is done by a narrow band of steel. The type delivers a forward etroke, and is held rigidly in place before the paper by a locking apparatus, while a pressure of about seven pounds is delivered by a toggle joiut arrangement). Only .a slight tonoh on the keyboard is necessary to bring this about." Th© carriage is made noiseless by the use of ball bearings, by cushion stops, and by the elimination of the cog. The machine is as speedy and as'hardy as an ordinary type writer. 1 A company witli a capital of £275,000 pre ference shar...
MARKET REPORTS. Dalgoty and Company, Limited, report from their London office, under date of 9th December, 1910:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
MARKET REPORTS. Dnlgoi.y mid; Company,.-Limited, report from their Londop..ufficc,.(un(l^r &lt;l»te of 9th December, 1910 .. ■ The. sixth ..and,..lost colonial wool i sales for thtf t urrcut ^caf^vhicli opened on 28rd ult., was- brcu^l^.Jo a close on, 6th inst., the saW^veiVi^d for the 22nd ' and ™>tl, hiding.,t^Jio."^stjponed owing I tO foR. " ~ . ,^,1 I Tile available-, (oia'. is JWgjr put at 120,000, bales, of which,iX240Q;fcaips vvere sold, viz., | 52,000 to Uio 'lijinieljt^jJ^, "59,000 for t!i&lt;s Continent,.uin\'jlXtf ,jor.''•Alherica, leaving 8000 bales tq. bo' earned^ fotivurd to next, series, ' ' I In addition" to it lie abi^e^ ."ahout 4000 bales of Falkland Islands, Pui^a'Arenas, and | liver Plate wools' Were)' oill?& and (»W lit, 5 per rontk oyer yep^mB^i/Qptobep rates, j .Opening at "aboVit lust Eaft-ri-1 rates for good, conditioned iiiririnos aii'd ^ifV «fco 5 per cent, lower for inferior' and "'ftrtilty descriptions, with crossbreds at laieT...
UNITED KINGDOM IMPORTS. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
UNITED; ;KIN§B0M>;1WP0RTS. LOxfed^>,;Wcs^y Afternoon. Tim impol ta> Kingdom for 1910 are £14,273,94y; Argentine, 1:1,201,0.71; '("hilled beef: Aus tralia, £3478y~AYjp?iitiiic7*""£;!,950,8;>6; froz en beef: Australia, jiCJjSJJftpSl; Argctino, £9,308,038; motion.: £2,533,000; Argentine, £2,022,000/tstni. •■' ' '■ 'v-*
THE WARATAH. INQUIRY CONTINUED. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
THE WARATAHi INQUIRY CONTINUED. LONDON, Tuesdav Afternoon. Captain Phillips, the master of tl|p (.'jitu MacjRtyre, sv'4 t-'l^ AYarati)h pqssetj within tw« ipil&lt;>Si with 11ft apparent. list, The starin encountered was thp worst lie ever experi enced, I/Miioiitj a midshipman of tho Clan .uacin tyro, sitU th$ Waratah was sailiny l|kt> a yaobt, with lwv starboard .list and propeUors exposed when pitching, Witnesses' rocollection as to the distances varied to those made l>v Captain Shanks. The superintendent engineer of Lund's said a spardeck was not unusual, and it was uutruo tho vessel was pressed to mako a good voyage homeward. If tho stonm steer ing gear failed, hand gear could be iixed in a few minutes. Captain Ilbery had never complained, ar .J (witness) had not heard of any difflonfl} aregardiiig coaling in Sydney owing to tho skr? being too tender, but he admitted receiving a letter from Captaiu Il bery to that effect.
REVOLUTIONISTS' SUCCESSES. NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
REVOLUTIONISTS--SUCCESSES. 011TiKAX8( ,.Tyoad^y. Afternoon. The rt'voluticui.iry lorpc-f. nro, operating on j the north coaat of Monilul'fts,"'After captur i:itc nil tlio biiv i.ilnnd«, attacked tho mainland, imtl soiled Oano'^JlY.ijiinpo, Bis hop's Point, ami Micas liappoii, In addition to tho town of Tela.' Tlio flatter fell on Sun day without a struggle, ft iS assorted that, Bonilln lias oomplcto control of tho entlro j bay and tho islnud ■' J