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HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

HOMEBL'SH SALES. SYDNEY. Thursday. I Caul.:.—200." were yarded. Pn/u: wps isnaJuTfd. while others weto a lit'.!? '.asier. bc-ef sold to 24 per K»" in. ttuHoika to £K\ cows £il to £7/0. Shf*p.—.MWU wei-v |.etinH. Values for were Gd. higher. whil«» others were without material alteration. Wdbei.* S/ to 11, . ewos 0/ to 12/.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MECHANICS- INSTITUTE. The usual monthly committee i:i»-viing «'t 1 *\he above wus held vii \\ tn^hi. ; Present: Me.vsrv J. G. l»r.ty-'.un fehuit), A. J. ComweU. U. i:. Lotberg. T. K. Kvrshav.-. H- N&iikerris, A. liutki, :nitf A. .i. i. iva^h, hoa. mvc. AjHJk-^ie«v ior ab>eme v.vrv re<t'iv ed from J. Denning and tl. McA ea^h. This ocing the last i-wmniuev meeting Uftoro the election, the biisiiu-£.> v.a* |,urly formal. Ac- | counts amounting :>» JUlS.t\3 were i>ss.mm1 ior payment. The hc«n. secretary read the pro- , Tosod heaU-yeatly report, :»ii'l the lion, tiva- , turcr the balan'-o-^ho't V*>r the halt-year end- : ing l)ewruber :U. U»10. Tile report ami bal ance-sheet neie adopted lor presentation to the hali".yearly meeting, to be held «n Jaimaiy lS^ 1911

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Latest News by Telegram. IRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. PRODUCE SALES. SUSSEX STREET SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

Latest. News by _ Telegram. rllESS TELKGnAiniC ASSOCIATION.. producTsales. SUSSEX STREET SALES. SYDNEY. Thursday. Potatoes of all descriptions were eagerly sought after at auction Rale* held in Sydney goods yards to-day. Supplies forwarded were small and not sufficient to cope w!th the demand, and tellers experienced no trou ble In securing an advance of 10/ per Ion. Since the beginning of the week the value of the tuber? has been increased by £1/10 per ton. and it is the opinion of many mer chants that values will be higher within the n<*xi few dr«yi owing to the outbreak .of Irish blight in the Tasmania crops, and the small consignments manifested to arrive ftoui the Hunter River. Clarence River, and Hawkesbury districts. Prime varieties sold a: $/ to b 2. good 7 ' to 7/9 per cwt. Chaff was .lull, prices being unehrin^d. Choice wheaten moved oJf at to »!. 11, prime ?, v to 4.'P.. pjinie oaten 4 ' to •}.- per cwt. Lucerne hay was in fuir rvqiii'St, primo small bales comm...

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LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

LAND APPLICATIONS. The following application- v. fit* ivcfivctl I • it the Lands UUlcv. lur ilie wcol; cnUiiio Utb >1 January. H'll:— j • A!frvil^u"u'-'.s. I\F. <>i VJ\\ ncYvS. parish I cf Tmbumljo, county oi Darhn'j: .f<jhn I Wheeler, L\l\ «)t 04* acrvs, patish of Vene-o, ' fcountv of Darling; G»vr«^—H*huf»«ni» Himiall, { C-P. o| S£'0 nei-cs, parish *»t Balwin ami j Kccpsit, county Darling: Gforgt* Coo to, CM*, j of GOuJ acres. parish Haklr.in. county Dnrl- | ing; George Ortnstn. CM*, ot acre*. par- i *sh fiullimb&ll. county I'jirry: Swniu Kstatt*. j O.P. of JMS* acre-. parish Oraunov, county • Parry; ^Swain ICstato. C.K of 707*i acrc-s. [ parish Cruwnov. county Parish: Swain !%>• j late, C.P. of lii'J acres. r:ui«h C'raiviit-y, < tounty Parry; Ut>:>r^» Oniian, CM*. oi :MV»j wres, parish Bulliinball. county Parry. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

Heolthy blood, bcolthy skin, healthy appe tite—th© triple result of NEMIA TONIC.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

"A MESSAGE FROM MARS." At the Central Hull hst evening Mr. Alian Hamilton's talontod conn-dy company oj>ei»ed fc. two.uights' f>ea»on whih Uiat deligbtitil •nd fantastical three-act comedy drama, "A Message from Mars," whlcit was produced frith a complete and clever ehai;»c:vjisation, fcnd an elaborateness of detail which is rarely Britoe&sod outride the metroiKjlis. The fcagra£ and dressing were magnificent, and we mechanical efforts surprisingly perfect. ferdeed it is a long time- since anything near ly so good lia-fs benn produced on the boards Va the Central Hall. The play has hnd a tremendous run in Sydnev and in London. Hie imdronce that witnessed Mr. G.mthonv's WoelteBt pl&ylast evening did not and could toot foil to eppreciat* the splendid acting, fcke beautiful scenery, the delightful fomedy, tod'the high moral tome, with its obvious les pon regarding selfishness ji men. that runs throughout, one of the mojt ftTm-ssful dramas that could possibly be pre...

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ATTUNGA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ATTUNGA NEWS. Our Attunga-correspondent wriies:~ The funeral of the late Mrs. John Byrnes, of Rockvale, took place at Attunga on Wed nesday. The deceased lady had been a re sident of Attunga for 33 years and was well known and highly rejected. She was also always a prime mover in any sood charit able work, being always most willing to do a kindly action, jiler absence from our midst will he gr*\vly felt. The surviving husband, family, and relations have our deepest sympathy in their great loss. The funeral procession was one of the largest, if not the largest, that has ever taken place hero. As the cortege drew up the main street, and turned towards the cemetery, it consisted of 55 vehicles, a regiment of horsemen, and several footmen. The re mains were taken into the R.C. Church, which was packed by all classes of the com munity, eager to pay their last respects to their departed friend. Mass was conducted by the Rev. Dean O'Neill and Father O'Reil ly, which was a very impressive s...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

iT^O PLUMBERS.—Tenders aro required for ■ A covering tvro cottacc3 with iron, etc., ikbor only, at AVerris Creek. Also price for 4 oao thousand gallon tanks, delivored at Worn* Cr*ck. Apply* L. YOiitehead, Wer-. Tin Creek. j

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

BOXING On Inst Saturday Jack Blackmoro left Sydney by the Manuka for New Zealand, where ho is to meet lludd, the New Zoaland heavyweight, ut Hastings, ou the26tli just. Eddie Donald, of Surry Hills, and Tommy Reidy, of Qrativillc, art* to contest tho best of 20 rounds, at tho Gaiety next Saturday night. K , Tho Moree heavyweight, Colin Bell, inti mates he is prepared to fight Billy Papke or anyone who cares to come along, for £100 aside. Jack O'Xeil challenges any member of the Australian fleet up to list. O'Neill has set tled all comers to date,. but' hearing that thero aid quo or two among the uew batch of bluejackets who have pugilistj<* ambitions, ho wants to dccidc tho matter of superiority with them. Ifc is reported that Billy MeCttll, after his defeat by Miku .WHli.ims «t Gunnedah, spent ii couple of. days in Newcastle. The ox-cham pion says Jjo wont oH to pieces in liis contest with Williams, and while in Newcastle ho consulted Dr. Doyle, who found him to be: fiuf...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

SUMMARY. Lnngford defeated .Jeauetto in 12 rounds at tho Armory Athletic Association, Boaton, oii Wednesday night. Langloid maintained a decisive lead throughout, and dropped Jeauetto for a count of uiiilit in the tirct round. Seaatjori MpMuJIen, apc*kiug at Ottawa with regard to th* Washington negotiations, endows the Hon. Clifford Sefton's merit that tin's is no time to take down the bars. "Tho Dingier tariff and the McKinley tarifi wore designed to ^strike Canada, but uiu wonderful progress in.tho past teu yeac* prov.» thut wo can get; along despite ffucb Of'position.*' A message from Munich' states that 23 alleged anarchists were urrested lvbiie hold ing a in^-tin^ to-day. Incriminating papvr» Were seized. Communication with Przlievalsk (Russia), interrupted by earthquake on January 4, bM btren ie.fswibli.ihtd. TW town wis not great ly damaged, but :t;« northern shore of Lokv Nikkut was sevfiviy shaken, resulting in W casualties. A missionary named Kmnau waa riding on a mountain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

EragagjSB^SGisii Karaggs. l"|'F you aro engaged don't fail xo havo a X Rim* to commemorate ih« fact. A Iling >3 most appropriate* ns a token of love, ad miration, und friendship. OJJi: STOCK OF KINGS Mn bra cos all tlio latest dp3i;;iis. Particularly k Uin« with Diamond mid Ruby or Sapphire, with beautifully matched stonea, at ©assitea* ISros., ."Watchmaker and Jewellers. Richard J. O'Moran, Bolieitor, Proctor, and Attorney, Peel-streefc, Tamworth. Offico: Garrin and Cousens' Building!. Traat Fund® to lead on a^ro^ed Freehold Becnritieg. JOH^ AMBERG'S New Coach and Waggon Factory. Nor/ idoas, new work, now and best paid staff. all competent and tirst-class trades men,' with own experience of 23 years in Germany, South Africa, and Australia. iio3t eonehbuilder's plant in Tamworth, all driven by electricity. unuhJe* me to exoouto tho very host, work at reasonable prices, on. shortest notice. All work under my special supervision. Fireo-class sh'u-r employed to attend "to hor^i-;. F...

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The Tamworth Daily Observer FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, [?] THE SAWDUST QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

The Tamworth Daily Observer FRIDAY, JA.NTARY .13, H«U. THE SAWDUST QUESTION. Alderman Br?::t?nV. motion, which a# dis cussed l>i»foiv iho Municipal O :;ar: on Tuesday* night last, to reverse* ih- rouncH's prior action in s'.oppiug il:o i.u - .♦ .* ply of sawdust to householder?. has by J he di«. cushion -which occurred. plst^! :!w views of aldeimen fairly before 1a • : -yers. Al Jcinian Britz may claim to Law .ealt with the matter on fair and b-i-itu-^ike lines, and put forward reasons. vh;ci; .V may also claim to have some and which forced the commit:**; iv —nclusions ar rived at. However, there ia phase which presents at »1 re It appears from the disunion took place* thai fce main reason wh:c:. -iused the com mittee and the Co-.jj:;. • arrive at such a declsfcp. was that a of £77 per annum was being' tacunvd 'he present service. a municipality ■: he size and import* ance of Tamwo;fh. sum mentioned is in finitesimal, whris health of the people is at stake. A' -h a tritkal period...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

A boor, flnu n ulti&jing 10 touu£ * NEMIA 'IONIC icsulatv* tlw nmcvoai,4

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ROWING. (■rornt* Day has forwarded a deposit of Co to him! ;• match with Kranl; Hni'tivy fur .Cod aside. Day want* the race to eventuate nu I'Vlinmy and«.it' Harney is agreeable, tlic articles will he sillied immediately.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

CRICKET. Tlio tour of the Tndin team in Hn«land will open on June uy,:un.st» \Vnles, at Cardiff". M'ntohos will be playvd with eleven of tin* lirst class counties, including Yorkshire, Lancashire, Kent, nml Surrey, nlso v.lMi the M.C.C. anil Cambridge Univer sity, whilst visits will bo i>aid to Scotland and Ireland early in August. | Tho iusuUk of the South African matches i are a« follow:— I Against South Australia.—Won by i!81 I runs. South Africa, 12W and A07: SiintK Aus | triilta, 1S3 imd 170. | Against Victoria.—J<ost by Ihv wickets, j Smith Afiica, 18U und L»aO: Victoria, :*01 and live jor 12o. | Atutiusl New South Wales.—l.ost by three J wickets. South Africa. 30(J and 1US; New j South Wales, 237 and *even tor lil'J. j Afcai»}»t Queensland.—"Won by 1±.\ South AVvica, 202 and iJS'2; Queensland, 145 and 317. Against Tcowoombn.—Won by nit innings .'Hid 11 runs. South Africa, .'WO; 'Jocnvoomba, 83 n mi 'JL'fi. Ai^siiimt 121oVojj of Australia. —Drawn. Smith Africa, I...

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DISSATISFIED WITH TARRIF. WASHINGTON, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

DISSATISFIED WITH TARRIF. j WASHINGTON. Weilucfiday Evening |j Senator Newlands declares the regular nil insurgent winga of the Republicans with 'resident Taft, are dissatisfied with the . ayno tariff, and predict*? Congress will • nact a measure providing a permanent .riff.

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MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) A branch of ihp Ban): of New South Wssles commenced business yesterday. It is said the probability of (he Sutce coal mine, beiug located here, is tlie reason for the establishment of the new banking instl union. Sergeant Donnelly, who underwcpt an operation some weeks back for appendicitis, is expected home in a few days and will re sume duty. Mr. Joe. Thompson had the bad luck to lose a beautiful Malster filly. She was full sister to Maisterette. Mr. .Tack Stewart. V.S., was wired for. but could do not good. The cause of death being lockjaw caused by n ssplinter. which had come out and ap» parently healed up. A heavy thunderstorm fell yesterday which was very much needed to cool the air. There is every indication this morning of a further downpour. January 11th, 1911,

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TARRIF CONVENTION. WASHINGWTON, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

TARR1F CONVENTION. WASHINOWTON. Wednesday Evening. Seven-hundred delegates, representing me ''nportant commercial organisutiou of the ■.ouniry. assembled at the annual conveu .ion of the National Tariff Commission.

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PERTH MURDER. SMART COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (By Wire.) PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

PERTH MURDER. SMART COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (By Wire.) PKIITH. Tuesday. The Inquest concerning the death of the young woman. Kihel Hurris. whose body was found buried under the lioor of an old shoeing shed at Hoskins and Company's foundry In West Perth on December 19, was conchftled to-day. before the coioner. Mr. Roe. and a Jury. Alfred William Smart, who had lived with the murdered woman live or six vt»ars prior to her disappearance in March last, after which he contracted a marriage with a young woman. Mary .fane Pemberthy. was committed for trial on a charge of wilful murder. The principal witness to-day was William Oates, laborer, who lived next to Hoskins* foundry, where Smart was employed as a carrier. Early in March witness noticed several heaps of ashes at the doov of the shed, under the flooring of which the de» ceased's body was found. On March 9 wit ness obtained a file from the smithy. The same night, between 30 and HU.". witness heard a woman in Hopkins' stable, and the v...

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BONILLA'S GUNS BOOM. NEW ORLEANS, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

BONILLA'S GUNS BOOM. XKW nnLl'AXS. Wednesday Evening. (j Excitement prevails at Honduras, through he approach of Gonillas revolutionaries, '"ho f»f hornet guns. has boen heard, and business is suspended. Bonflla is moving rapidly towards Santa Barbara.

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