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ACCIDENT AT MANOEUVRES. NEW ORLEANG, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
ACCIDENT AT MANOEUVRES. ; xEW ORLKANJ. Wednesday Evening. g During manoeuvres of the cruisers CaU ornfa and South Dakota, an attack was f lade on nine torpedo boats. The search- * ifclna playing picked up tlie Paul Jones, ubich bcin^ thus eliniiuod by the rulvs of the -Mimic Wai-^aine. turned to cover, but th* jpproacii ot the torpedo Stewart caused .t to turn too short, and the Paul Jones crashed into the* -Stewart. Both torpedo^ ivorc damaged. I'erfoct order was maintain •id during the rceiuent.
HELD UP BY SNOW. NANCOUVER, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
HELD UP BY SNOW, j VAN'COL'VKR, Wednesday Afternoon. ! Ii J# Impossible to ascertain how many trains arc stalled on the mountains, through snow slides. The wires are down, and there have been no Transcontinental ines» sagos since Sunday. It is said to be the largest slide that ever occurred at Roger's Pass. WINNIPEG, Wednesday Evening. j Severe winter weather is unabated. The car service Is only partial, and no freight trains are moving on any line, while some passenger services have been cancelled ow ing to snow, which is packed hard inside the tracks. I
MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
MOREE. Mr. D. Carver hud a narrow escape to-day fiVom a serious accident. Whilst tvnitiijy out side Mr. Sullivan's shop. Bast Moree, in Jjjs s«)kv, the pony iras startled by horse looming out. of the yard. Th« pony suddenly j swerved, throwing Mr. Carver out and over ! turning the sulky. He was driven to I)r. private Iwspiuil. where ho was found to be suffering from .slight concussion o| tho brain and injuries to the fare. No doubt had he been tJirown out after the pony ha&lt;r got pace up, the accident would havo Lii-n more prions. Quarterly Returns.—The foUowmg is the Quarterly return of all mouoys collected l»y the Crown band Ajjenfc (Mr. D. .1. Kenny) for the period ended DtKvntber 31:—Total £'12,01(>/O/7, of which the prfocipeiiteins were as undvr:—Settlement lease deposits £39:14/ 5/i, conditional purchase instalments £3319/ 5/3, conditional leafie deposits £2GoO/J8, spe cial lease doposita £969/1 G'J, and conditional purcliase deposits £835/10/6. Annua] lenses brou...
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. QU1RIXM. Krne&t Devine, employed -as niijhtoflieer at ! Autiene. 9 miles south o: Mu&weHbrouk. im*t ; with a very painful aud somewhat peculiar ' accident yesr*?rday murning. He endeavoured to board a. goods train l&lt;ound fur Mtiswellbroofc j (.about 10 a.m.) in order to get some provfs* | ions. Owing to the i«K»&i>oar&lt;] vi the car being : wet. the official's itft slipped. although he j hold the bar. The train was going at a good ; speed at the tiro*, acd after banging on for -sumo yard? I)evinv was violently bounced on j to hts-tvot near the end of tlio platform, and ■crashed with teiriiio force into a tricycle : which was Jyin^' .stationary at the end of ' the platform. His kneecap was badly cut &lt; open, and shifted inside.,1 He nlsu sirt«?k i a t>ree with his slibulderT' which »r:us con >iderablv bruised. Thy unfortunate yonng ! man suffered great pain. A fellow officer and ; those of a pa&am...
AMUSEMENTS. [?]E TWO MR. WETHERBYS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
AMUSEMENTS, ill? TWO MH. WF.TliF.IMiYS." I The comedy to be produced to-ni^ht givc3 to Mr. Cretan McMuhon and the other members of the clover metropolitan comedy company an excellent change i"&lt;ir acting of a high order. "Tim 'JVo Mr. Wotlurrbys," on its initial pn>duoiio.i in I.oiuUhi, nas very highly praised by tlit? Pn^s. smfl in Sydney and Melbourne it sustained iu London repu tat inn. Tbo foinedy is provide.1 in -howing 'he ncHisli point of view ta!;«*«Jby married women. and ju»i as "M:1i&lt;." a lesson to man. .«o "The Two Mr. "Wei.'n iby.-." through* out an entertaining plot, with mver ending comedy, provides a diverting le.-.*wi on self, ishness to woman.
EYESIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
eyesight. The laws of the land do not protect you from unscrupulous quacks ami spectacle vendors. Should your eyes cause you trouble .'n any way. consult an optlchn who I»as devoted a life-long study u the eye. In consulting Mr. E. Bosch, who has teen visit ing this district personally for pome years, you are certain to gci the be»t cya service obtainable His next visit will be at the Royal Hotel, Tamwoith. on Friday, Febru ary 3rd.
RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
| •' " RAIN. | At intervals on Wednesday night showers J of rain fell, and continued throughout ves terday. At time of wiiiiup. there weie eiery indication of a further fall. The figures re corded at the Post Oliiee were as follows:— Annltlalc 128 points. Harraba 250, llendemeer 91, Blngara3J5, Boggahrl 193, Qunnedah 17S, Manilla 175. Jllllle 212, Muawellbrook 250. Xarrabri 255, Nundle 104. Singleton 250. Tnmworth 150. Quirindi.2GG, Warialda 227. West Mnitland 225. and Yettnan 225. The ralnfal! at llendemeer for the last three years. ivts as follow:—Year 190S, points; year 1909, 3314; year 1910, IIS1G.
NUNDLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
NUNDLE SHIRE. The following clerk and engineers' report was submitted ju the Ins* meeting of the Xunule Shue Couin-il:—I ha\*»* the louor to submit to yosi thf Council's financial fr&lt;vi lion on t!»f ::i»t D»?c»*mbrr. is»iy: Rate : levied £l4>i''l m-w assessment £1/5/". I arrears of rau-s i:« i«, interest arre^rj "J. interest to ;«lst December. 11*J*j Xi/V.' 4. Total. X'l.^.Vl/a'. Tli" cuiK'tu rates collected £1470/12/2. arrears of jutes £22. interest £7/7/4. rates abandoned £6/14/4, interest abandoned 10. J, arrears rates carried forward £ij «vr. arrears interest carried i'orwarU i-'~ 5> . Total. £1535/1&lt;/S. The Cr. balance general fund is £il»5 UV't. Amounts authorised for contract.-. £i»eti C/'J. Amount requited to carry on until this year's rates are available, about £tfru. Surplus. £S£*/S/4. Total, £ni'.Vir./l. The sanitary service has now been woik , Inu i»' months and is satisfactorily carried out. The charges lor first quarter amount' j ed to £4:i/...
H. A. BARACLOUGH. LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
H. A. BARACLOUGH. LIMITED. The firm will vUit Tamworth today iFri day), and may be consulted at the Cale donian UoM front !« a.m. to »; p.m. Appoint ments by letter to H. A. Barraclough. 2SG •Cioorgc-Ftrr^t", opposite Strand Arcade. Syd ney. Remarkable Testimonials.—Every ot iciral firm ha* its imitators who envy its success: hut no imitator ran equal, let alone excel, an orlijln^l. H. A. Barraclough. Ltd., lead the way of progress, because the tinn send Into the country only srientific refrac tionists who work on the best sight-testing system in tne world. The proof (f this i* in the fact that the firm i« constantly re ceiving testimonials from satisfied custom ers in all parts of New South Was en, many frcm the highest people in the land.
STRIKES IN PORTUGAL. MADRID, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
STRIKES IN PORTUGAL, MADRID, Wednesday Evenlug. i-allowing the announcement of a general ruihvyy strike throughout Portugal, Sonor :>astiMu announces that Spanish trains are unable to iio;-?: tlx? froctier. 4 J>ater. following the example of the railway men. iho « Riployoes In commercial bouses jaw struil; en the ground that the Govern ment Juilc.l to i"iif a tlecrei', fixing the limit of u ilsty'rf work at hours, with one dayte r»»si in M*;vn. Many places in the city are closed. Attempts hj«» Leint,' mude to extend *h«» movement ;u the piovlnees. The railroad* have offered concessions, n hich the men declared are insutilcient.
CANADIAN LEGISLATURE. OTTAWA, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
CANADIAN LEGISLATURE, OTTAWA. Wednesday evening. Tho House of Commons has re«ass>embled. Hi'i'lyini: to Mr. Hruden, tht> Premier stated that Uiv Government was prepared to take full responsibility of any agreement reached with r*\.;:trd to Cnitod States trade. Notice v.as uiven 10 introduce a bill to provide legislation to compel the Canadian Pacific railway to reduce Us rates on the main line of traffic in view of tin* 10 per cent dividend declared by the company: and also bills to ^tabihh a Stutv-owned cable in the Atlan tic. and provide Government Inspection of banks. —
MORE UNIONS AND UNIONISM. SAN DIEGO, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
MORE UNIONS AND UNIONS. SAN DIEGO. Wednesday Evening. Sneaking at I'ap Churchmen's dinner, the Rev. Tyler Bennett said he believed the La bor leaders were as conscientious a lot of men as the ministers of the churches, and as sincere. He spoke of the average as K- had kn.iivn th.-m. :i;id Iielov.d The l-abor leaders' control was far better than oir.nlnvws. Tlu> remedy or hibor trou bles which afftvi the country is not to de stroy. but to have more unions, and vinioniso ail labor, said the speaker.