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SULPHOR CORPORATION WORKERS OUT. WEST MAITLAND, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

SULPHOR CORPORATION WORKERS OUT. WEST MA1TLAND. Thursday. j Another strike has occurred at the Sul phide Corporation Works. Cockle Creek. The dispute lis in regard 10 wage*. One hundred and sixty won are directly affected, and mauy others indirectly. The strikers held u meeting this morning, and sent a deputation to the manager with a full statement of their case, but the iv.-*uU pvowd abortive. *Jhe management declared the men's! uonjaad ate out of all reason.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. 14—Heddon J.C. Races. . 14—Victoria Park Races. . 14—Warwick Farm Races. . 14—Heddon Greta Races. 17, is—Burrowa R.C Meeting, 17, 18—Bombala J.C. Races. ' 17—Wollongong J.C. Races. 15—Victoria Park Races. IS, 19—Bingara Races. 19, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. 21, 26—A.J.C. Anniversary. Meeting. " 21—Krawarree Races. 23, 24—Barraba T.C. Meeting. 25—Wallsend J.C. Races. 25—Deniliquin V.L.J.C. Meeting. 25—Kensington Races. 25, 26—Bourke Hospital BeneCt Meeting. 25, 26—Bathurst T.C. Races. " ' 26—Bellinger River. J.C. Races. 26—Lawrence U:C. Races. 26—Marengo J.C. Races. 26—Reetton Races. . 26—Milbulong J.C. Races. 26—Leadville R.C. Meeting. 26—Condobolin J.C. Races. 26—Major's Creek T.C. Races. ■2G—Boolaroo Races. 26—Quirindi Australian Horse Amateur Meeting. 26—Dalgety J.C. Races. 26—Bowral R.C. Meeting. 26, 27—Burren Junction Amateur Races. 26, 27—Gien Innes J.C. Races. 28—Wallsend J.C. Races. 2S—Victoria Park Races. \ 30—Milton R.C. Mee...

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

BOXING On last Saturday Jack Blankmoi'o left Sydney by the Manuka lor New Zealand, whore ho is to moet> Rudd, the Now Zealand heavyweight, at Hastings, on the 26th inst. Eddio Donald, of Surry Hills, and Tommy Roidy, of Granville, are to contest tlio best of 20 rounds at tho. Gaiety next' Saturday night. 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'Neil challenges any member of the Australian fleet up to list. O'Neill has set tled all' comers to date, hut hearing that there are one or two among -the new batch "i'i iflin^—mm***—mm——Mm of bluejackets who have pugilistic atnbitoons, I lie Hants to decide tho matter of superiority" with tlii-m. It is reported that Billy McCnll, after his defeat by Miko Williams at Gunuedah, spent a couple of da>ys in Newcastle. The ox-cham pion says ho went .a 11 to pieces in his contest' with Williams, and while in Newcastle lio consulted Dr. Doyle...

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

GET OUR PRICES FOR . FENCING WIRE! BLACK, GALVANISED OR BARBED • We can quote you Attractive Little Prices, because we got our Wire direct from the Rolling Mills and pay promptly for big discounts. Fencing Wire runs into Money— remember. You can't afford to ignore the claims of the man whe o ;ers to save you even a a Shilling a Hunured on Fencing Wire. Perhaps we can do more than that. Anyway, let us try. If you are interested in Poncing Wire we introduce specially to @ your notice " Neptune," 12-J- gauge galvanized. © ^ne ton of this is the same length as 2-J tons ordinary number |j| eight wire, -while the breaking strain is 11401bs against If ■ 1125lbs. - II Being galvanised iron it will not rust, therefore ' has longer © Carriage on one mile of six wires at £1 per ton will cost 7s Gd, f| against £1 for ordinary number eight wire. Ijx A mile of six wires will cost £8 12s Gd, against £9 9s, for ordin- @ ary number 8 wires. © A special process of galvanizing the wires toughens it an...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. (Continued from last issue). COLLECTOR'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. (Continued from last issue). • COLLECTOR'S SALARY. " The salary of the collector was then dis-' cussed. In reply to Aid. Austin, the .Mayor said that Briggs got £2/5/ per week, but no commission. Aid. Schwartz asked ir the collecting kept' a man going all the time? It" not, he might assist in the office work in spare time. Aid. Nankervis: He has not got any spare time.. The Mayor: He mig,lit have'if everybody paid up the llrst time he called, but lie' has to call on some of them a good many times before he gets the mowey. AW. Brit/, moved that £2/3fi/G be the sal ary. Aid. Nankervis moved, as cm amendment, that £2/10/ be given. Aid. Green, in seconding Aid. Britz's mo tion, said he thought £2,/10/ was a little bit on the near side. It was not a living .■wage for a man with a family. He did' not think the Council should have anyone in their employ working under a living wage. Considering the. way these men bad to travel round the place-'and the amount o£ responsibi...

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

HEAVY RAINS. SYDNEY, ^mirsday. Soaking rain continues in Sydney, a mod erate gale blowing along the coast, accom panied l)y rough seas. Good falls 01 rain are reported from the country, also along tho northern river districts, where floods are liigli]y, probable. The telegraphic servico is interrupted in many places and there is a ! serious delay on tho Moree lino. Communi- , cation with tba.t town was cut off yester day. I Notices received in Sydney stato that thero . is a dangerous flood in tho aistrict.

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MARKET REPORTS. TAM WORTH. Garvin mid Cousens, Ltd., report having held their usual weekly fat and store stock sale on Thursday, the 12th inst. Fat "Cattle.—A short supply to a fair at tendance of buyers, the yarding consisting o£ principally ligjit-weight bullocks and steers, with a fow heifers. The market opened low, but as the sales progressed, there was an improvement of fully 10/ per head, and in some instances an advance of 15/ on last day's values. Bullo.cks made to £6/19, and cows to £G/1G. 1 They sold: A./c W. Morgan, C bullocks at £6/19, 4 do. £6/17, 5 do. £11/16, 6 do., £0, and 1 srunll £5/17; n/o A. J. Harris, 4 steers, £5/11. 4 do,, £5/10, 4 do. £5/S; a/c W, Can troll (Boggabrl), fi steers £4/12, 5 do £4/5/! n/c owner, 1 cow £.6/16, 1 do. light, £2/5/, Fat Sheep,—A fair number yarded to the usual fittendanco of buyers, the majirlty of tlio sheep wero chleriy medium quality ewes, with a fow prime wethers; most pens were fairly competed for at prices about equal to last w...

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

STEAMER ASHORE. SYDNEY, Thursday. The stoamer Rosedalo is ashoro at Holhn ger Heads. TI10 vessol loft Sydney on Mon day niglit and arrived off the bar last night. On making through tlio entrance she1 ground ed on a sand spit and remained hard and last, despite all olForts she refused to shift; The wind was blowing hare) from the IT.E., a heavy soa was rolling in and the position was extremely dangevous but nothing could bo done to send the passengers on shore. Throughout the night heavy seas crashed over tilie vessel and washing her from end to end. After a time she swung round a little and was absolutely at the mercy of tlio breakers. A later wire stated that- th0 Kose dalo had shifted on to tho inside wail of the south breakwater, and as she was full of water the passengers were landed 011 tue sea wall. Tlio cargo consisted of goneral lines.

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

PERSONAL, A number of tlie employees of Messrs, T1, J?; Troloar. mid Co. met at the Caledonian Hotel after business hours on Sat\ird{iy night to say good-hyo to Mr. ^\. J). Pavies, n popular fellow-employon, who; was severing his .co((iioc!.ioii with il(p finil to take up a posjtion i.n Jnyercll. Mr. H. Nankervis oc pflpipc] the chair, In making' the presenta tion of a smoker's outfit to Mr. Davies, Mr, Nai)l;ervis spake of tho high t'stepm in which the latter' was held dnrin(j his term of em ployment >vt the old store, and aHAioiigh they wprn ul| sorry to loso liim, they were ghi(] ht) Was bettering his position, and wished him success in his new sphere. Others ty|in spoke Jn complimentary terms were Messrs. 6, Stokes (grocery department), 0. A, Kennedy (drapery department), and H, •T. Stephens (ill tho absence of Air. W. Bl'ouks) oii behalf of the clothing depart ment. Mr.' Diivioi: .'.y'-nbly rflspoiided.

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TYPHOID FEVER RAGING AT CLIFTON. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

TYPHOID .FEVER RAGING AT CLIFTON, i SYDNEY, Thursday. Typhoid fever is ruling at Clifton, duo in 1 many cases to the fact that the miners ni-6 compelled to live in huts amid insanitary"! surroundings. The district hospital is full of patients. .

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TIED UP IN SNOW. CATGARY, CANADA, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

TIED U.1 iS.OT.. CATGARY, CAKADA, Wednesday Evening. Five-liundred passengers are tied up in snow-blocked trains on the way, to the coast. It is costing; the" company £300 a day for provision1"

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ACCIDENT IN FLOUR-MILL. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ACCIDENT IN FLOUR-MILL. SYDNEY, Thursday. While :i new olcotriu lighting plant was being installed at lirunton's Hour-mill, Granville, a young man named Jenkins had one of his arms torn ofr above the wrist by beiii% caught in some shafting and wires.

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METAL MARKET. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

METAL MARKET. LONDON, Wednesday. vjopper was quoted at £55/8/9, lead £13 5/1, tin £183/7/.

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JAPANESE & THE NORTHERN TERRITORY MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

JAPANESE & THE NORTHERN TERRITORY MKUSOUKXR, Thursday. All'. Fisher, referring to tho largo influx , of Japanese into Now Caledonia, savs tlm Immigration Restriction Act will be brought into operation immediately, in'the event of any of them crossing to Queensland or the Northern Territory. Ho considers tho whole thing a subject of grave suspicion, especially after what they have heard and J'ead ot Jap nncse encroachments in Hawaii and Muuila. The Prime Minister adds: "I am especially impressed with tho seriousness of the posii tion bccauso of what I saw of the Indians iii Natal, and tho whole matter will he very carefully gone into.'

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RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY REVENUE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY REVENUE, SYDNEY, Thursday. The raihvay and tramway revenue coiitin- , cos to increase, the receipts for last week showing a comparative excess of nearly ! £20,000. v' ' I

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

The Tamwofth Daily Observer FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. ; ' THE SAWDUST QUESTION. Alderman Britten's motion, which was dis cussed before the Municipal CounoM on Tuesday night last, to reverse the Council's prior action in stopping the froj supply of sawdust to householders, l\;u; by the dis cussion which occurred, placed Hie views of aldermen fuirly before the ratepayers. Al derman Britz may claim to have dealt with the matter on fair and businesslike lines, and put forward reasons, which he mav also claim to have some weight, and which forced the committee to the conclusions ar rived at. However, (here is another phase which ■presents itSelf at this juncture. It appears from the discussion which look place, (hat \he main reason which caused the com mittee and the Council to arrive at such a decisicS' was tlmt a loss of £77 per annum was being-Incurred by the present service. ,To a municipality of the size and import ance of Taimvortli, the sum^uentioiKMl is iti •Jiuitesiuuil, when Mi...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MAITLAND STOCK MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND. Thursday. Cattle.—A small number was yarded. Competition was very brisk, and values slightly in advance or Monday's rates. Prime and weighty bulloclts sold from £0 to £9/1'!./, prime .£8/.">/ to £!>, i^ood £7/3 to £8/3, light and medium £5 to £5/3, cows £3 to £:"i/ia/C. Sales.—A/c A. W. Nivison, bullocks, £7/3 to £.7/1S; W. It. Mackay, £G/IS to £S/19, cows, £5/19/0; Northern Agents, bullocks, £0/5/6 to £7/19/, cows £-1 to £>,/2. Sheep.—CC1 penned. There was a good at tendance of buyers. Competition was very active and prices show a further rise of Del. per head. Prime wethers sold from 14/2 . to 15/, good 11/!) to 12/10, medium 7/1 to 7/4, very inferior u/. Sales.—A/c. Executors 11. C. White, ewes 11/9 to 14/2; Jas. Edmonds, wethers' S/C, ewes 5/ to 7/1; lambs, 7/5 to S/4; J.-K. Mackay, wethers 12/10 to 15/, ewes 11/3 to 14/3; Northern Agents, wethers 9/ to 11/5.'

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. REFRESHMENT BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

LOGAU AND GENERAL NEWS. REFRESHMENT BOOTH. . Tenders aro called rights.' of, ref reshments . Sports_ Meeting, to be in this issue for tho booths at Currabubula held on January 2C.

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

HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. Cattli:.—2005 were yarded. Pn.uj was unaltered, while others were :i littlo easier. Best beef sold to 24/ per 100 II). Viulloeks £5 to £10, cows £3 to £7/10. Sheep.—">9,000 were penned. Valu"s for prime were Cd. higher, while others were without material alteration. W'ethera S/ to 14/,'ewes 6/ to 12/.

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Tlie, usual , monthly comniitteo meeting of 'Vhe abovo ' was "helil' on "Wednesday night. Ere?eiit: Messrs. J. G. Grayston (chair), A. J. "Counsell, G. 13. Lofberg, T. El Kershaw, H. Nnnliervis, A. Butler, and A. J. Creagli, lion. sec. Apologies for absence v."ero receiv ed .from J. Denning and Hi McflTeagii. This jeihg tile last committee meeting' before the electio.il, tlie business was purly formal. Ac counts nmoimtingyfco £18/6/3 were passed for payment. -Tlio lion, secretary read the pro posed Ilealf-yearly reporb, and tlio hon.'trea diiror. tlie balance-s'iicot for tlie half-year end ing December 31, X91QJ" The report, and bal ance-sheet were adopted for preseiijtatidn to tlio'. half-yearly meeting, to be" held on .rdmuiry 'l8j' 191X1 v

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