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

FltESS TkLliCKAriUO ASSOCIATION. prgougTshles, SUSSEX STREET SALES. SYDNEY, Thurndny. Fot.itoc3 of all descriptions wore eagerly nought after at auction sales held in Sydney goods yards to-day. Supplies forwarded were small and not sufficient to cope with the demand, and sellers experienced no trou ble in scouring an advance of 10/ per ton. Since the beginning of the week the value oT the tubers has been increased by £1/10 per ton, and it in the opinion of many mer chants tliat values will be higher within the next few days owing to the outbreak of Irish blight in the Tasmftnian crops, anil the small consignments manifested to arrive from the Hunter River, Clarence River, and Uawkesbury districts. Prime varieties sold at S/ to S/2, good -7/ to 7/11 per cwt. Chaff was dull, prices hemps unchanged. Choice, whealen moved' off at 4/H to -l/ll, prime H/!> to 4/3. prime oaten •!/ to '1/2 per cwt. Lucerne hay was in fair request, prime small bales commanded S/G to H/S, good 3/2 to 3/5, ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LAND APPLICATIONS. The following applications were received at the Lands Office, for the week ending 11th of January, 1911:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

LAND APPLICATIONS. The following applications were received at tHe^LandSjOllice, for the week ending ll'tii Saunders,. C.P.. of 124 J- acres, parish of "'ITaiiiindfe,.'county, of; Darling ; John • \yjieeleij .C.P.', of (flj acres, parish" of Veness, oo'i|i)ty-of Dai-ling; George Thomas Bigiiall, (XlPv 'of '890. acres, parish of Bahvin and ; Keepsit, .county Darling ; Goorgo Coote, C.P. . of 5Cii£ acres, parish Baldv.in, county Darl ing.; George Orman, C.P..of JU8J acres, par 5s(i*'J3.iilliml>all', county Parry; Swain Estate, CT.P. vof "948J'. acres, parish Crawuey, county E^rrj;; Swain Estate, C.P. of 707% acres, paj'ish Ci'av.iiey, county Parish; Swain Es ta{e, , C.P. of 180 acres, parish Crawney, epuniiy Parry; George .Orman, C.P. of 2150 v lores', "parish Bullimball, county Parry.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ATTUNGA NEWS. Our Attunga correspondent writes:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ATTUNGA NEWS. Our Attunga correspondent writes:— The funeral o£ tlie late Mrs. John Byrnes, of Rockvale, took place at Attunga on Wed nesday. The deceased lady hadbegjv a re sident of Attunga for 33 years and was well known and highly respected. She was also always a prime mover in any good charit able worlc, being always most willing to do a kindly action. Her absence from our midst will be greatly 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 here. As the cortege drew lip 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...

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"A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

<i ~ MESSAGE FROM MARS." At tlio Central Hall last evening Mr. Allan Hamilton's, talontod comedy company opened fc.Tjwo'-uights' peusoii -ivi'tdi |:.luit delightful Witt iantas.tica.1' three-act comedy drama, "A ]j|leiiBage from Mars," whicu was - produced >rth it complete »><d clever characterisation, Xnd an, elaborateness of detail which is rarely Suijiiessfcd outside tho metropolis. The ■laging and dressing wer0 magniiicent, and , fee Vuechanical elfects surprisingly perfect, f^eod it is a long time siiKe anything near fc, 80; good lias been produced 011 the boards i t the. Central Hall. Tho play has had a | veiueodons run iu fcydnoy and in Loudon, j IjSUe lafjimenco that witnessed Air. Ganthony's i ficoel^ut'play last evening did not and could j noXTail. to appreciate tlio splendid acting, j beautiful sconwy, the delightful comedy, I tiSe Wgh.moral, toss, with its ohvious les- ! pon regarding sellishness In men, that runs ! lihroughout one of the moJt...

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

Tho tour of tho Indin tonm in England will open 011 .Tuno 5, against South Wales, at Cardiff. M'atohos will bo played with eleven of tile first class counties, including Yorkshire, Lancashire, Kent, and Surrey, also with t!u> MX'. (J. and Cambridge Univer sity, whilst visits will bo paid to Scotland and Ireland early in August. Tho results of the South African matches aro as follow :— Against South Australia.—Won by 281 runs. South Africa, 133 and 507; South' Aus tralia, 183 and 176. Against Victoria.—Lost by five wickets. South Africa, 189 and 23G; Victoria, 301 and live for 120. Against New South Wales.—Lost by three wickets. South Africa, 300 and 198; New South Wales, 287 and seven for 212. Against Queonsland.—Won by 122. South Africa, 202 and 382; Queensland, 145 and 317. Against Toowoomba.—Won by an innings and 11 runs. South Africa, 320; Toowoomba, 83 and 220. Agai:iBt KIo'voh of Australia. —Drawn. South Africa, 343 and eight for 197 (innings declared closed); Eleven of Aus...

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

SUMMARY. - Langford defeated Jeanetto in ■ 12 rouuds at tho Armory Athletic Association,. Boston, on ;Wednesday night. Langford maintained a decisive lead 'throughout, and dropped Jeanette for a count of ei<;ht in the first round. Soaatfii' SypMrtlZun, spcz-king at Oitaw* with regard to tlio Washington negotiations, endorses the Hon. Clifford Sefton's state ment that this is 110 time to' tal;o down-/the liars. "The Dingier tariff and tho McKinley: tariff were designed to strike Canada, but) our wonderful progress in tho past ten. yeaia proves that we can got along despite- sucl» opposition." A message from Munich states that >. 23 • alleged anareliists wei'e arrested while hold ing a meeting to-day. Incriminating paper» were soized. . , Communication with Przhevalsk (Russia)', interrupted by earthquake on January .4, baa . been re-established. Tho town was not great ly damaged, but the northern shore of' Lake Isifekut was severely shaken, resulting, iq.,50 casualties. ...

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

Engagement Rings. IP you uro engaged don't fail to have a liiny to commemorate tho fact. A Ring : |3 most appropriate as a token of lovo, ad miration, and friendship. OUR STOCK OF RINGS tmbraces all tlie latest designs. Particularly l Ring with Diamond and ltuby or Sapphire# Kith beautifully matched Btones, at Gainer Bros., Watchmaker and Jewellers. Riciard J. O'Halloran, Solicitor, Proctor, and Attorney, Peel-street, Tamworth. Office: Garvin and ConBezu' Buildings Ttnit. Funds to lend on approved FreeKold BKoritiei. • JOHN AfflBERG'S ~~ New Coach and Waggon Factory. New ideas, new 'work, new and bast paid staff, all competent and first-class trades men, with own experience of 23 years in Gormany, South Africa, and Australia. Best coacbbuilder's plant in Tamworth, all driven by cloctricity, enables me to execute the •very best work at reasonable prices, on, shortest notice. All work under niv spocial supervision. Ficsi-class alioer employed to* attend to horsas. Farming implements, ...

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

RAIN. . • At intervals 011 Wednesday night showers of rain foil, and continued throughout yes terday, At time of writing, there were o%ery indication of a further fall. The figures re corded at the T'ost. OSlice were a3 follows:— Armidale 12S points, Uarraba 2f.O, Uendemeer !'V, Binyara'.'.l.'i. noprsaliri Guimedali 17,"., Manilla nr., Millie 212. MuswellbrooU 2.ri(l, K'arvabri 2r.r>, Nuiullo 10-1. Singleton 2H0, Tainworth ISO, Quirindi 20G, Warialdn 227, West Maithind 22f>, and Vetman 22D. The rainfall at Bcndemcer for the last three years, was as follow:—Year 11108, SCSI) points; year 190H, 3HK; year 1910, 3S1C.

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WEATHER FORECAST. MORE FLOOD FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

WEATHER FORECAST. MORE FLOOD FALLS. Continued rain over' the north-eastern half'.of the. State, with more flood falls. North-east to south-east winds-on.the coast.

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ALLEGED SHEEP-STEALING. FURTHER REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES. MILLICENT (S.A.), Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ALLEGED SHEEP-STEALING. FURTHER REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES. MILLICENT (S.A.), Tuesday. Detective Allchurch is still inquiring into the circumstances connected with the dis covery o£ ''thci tiger's lair" at Tantanoola. On Saturday, acting on information receiv ed, Allcliurch found five additional corrals in* dense jungle, all wjthin a mile of the camp occupied by the arersted man Ed mondson. One enclosure had been used as a shearing pen. The sheep had been liber ated after the wool had been removed. In the other four pens, all of which were most ingeniously concealed, the detective found bodies of sheep in small numbers, while skins were found drying on wires. Information has been elicited from the same source that a thousand sheep were to be brought from Coola station next year and shorn in a specially-constructed shear ins pen, after which the thieves intended "to turn the game up." It is believed the scrub along the shore of Lake Bonney is literally honeycombed with similar plants. Th...

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

ROWING. 1 Ueovgo Day Ims forwarded a deposit of £5 to bind a matcli with Frank Hafniey for £30 aside. Day wants the race to eventuate on February 25, and if Hngney is agreeable, the articles will bo signed immediately.

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

TARRIF CONVENTION. WASIIINCWTON, Wednesday Evening Seven-hundred delegatus, representing the 'mportant commcvckU organisation ot the country, assembled at tlie annual conveu u'on o£ the National Tariff Commission,

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

MUSWELLBROOK NEWS. . (From our Correspondent.) A branch of the Bank of New South Wales commenced business yesterday. It is said the probability of the State coal mine, being locatcil here, is the reason for the establishment of the new banking insti tution. . Sergeant Donnelly, who underwent nil 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 Ally. She was full sister tq Malsteretle. Mr. Jack Stewart, V.S., was wired for, but could do not good. The cause of death being lockjaw caused by a splinter, 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, 1931.

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

BONILLA'S BUNS BOOM. NEW ORLEANS, Wednesday Evening. Excitement prevails at Honduras, through lie approach oC Bonlllas revolutionaries. Tlio 'UoMniinu of hornet guns luis Ueefi heard, anil business is suspended. Bonilla is moving rapidly towards Santa Barbara.

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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.) PERTH, Tuesday. The inquest concerning the death of Uie young woman, Ethel Harris, whose body was found buried under the. lloor of ail old shoeing shed at Iloskins and Company's foundry in West. Perth on Ttecember 19, was concluded to-day, before the coroner, Mr. Itoe, and a jury. Alfred William Smart, who had lived with the murdered woman live or six years prior to her disappearance in March last, after which he contracted a marriage with a young woman, Mary Jane Pemberthy, was committed for trial on a charge of wilful murder. The principal witness to-day was William Oates, laborer, who lived next to iloskins' foundry, when* Smart was employed as a carrier. Early in March witness noticed several heaps of ashes at the door of the shed, under the flooring of which the de ceased's body was found. On March !) wit ness obtained a lile from the smithy. The same night, between .10 and 10.1 n, witness heard a woman in Iloskins' stable, a...

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ACCIDENT AT MANOEUVRES. NEW ORLEANS, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

ACCIDENT AT MANOEUVRES, NEW OR LEA K.J, Wednesday Evening. During manoeuvres of the c.ruisers Call ornia and Soutli Dakota, an attack was ".lade on nine torpedo boats. The search ights playing picked up t.Ue Paul Jones, which being thus climated by the rules of the Mimic Wnr-name, turned to cover, but tlio Hiproacli of the torpedo Stewart caused t to turn too short, and the Paul Jones craslied into the Stewart. Both torpedoes were damaged. Perfect order was maintain ed during the rccident.

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"CHINESE PATRIOT" ON TRIAL. SAN FRANCISCO, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

"CHINESE PATRIOT" ON TRIAL, '♦ SAN FRANCISCO. Wadiesdav Evpninp.^ George Fong, described as a Chinese, pa triot, Is standing, his Mai at the Superior Court to-day o;: a charge of assault with a deadly weapon 011 rjlsce Tsaihsun, at Oakland in October last..

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AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. WINNIPEG, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. WINNIPEG, Wednesday Evening. A large consignment of Australian and Now Zealand butter received to-day is sell ing at 1/5 per lb, wholesale. Favorable com ment lias been made on the quality of but ter exported from Australia last year.

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

MOREE. I Mr. D. 'Carver. had a -narrow escape to-day from a serious accident. Whilst waiting out side Mr. Sullivan's shop, East Moree, in his sulky, tlio pony was startled by a liorse coming out of the yard. Tlio pony suddenly swerved, throwing Mr. Carver out and over turning tlio sulky. Ho was driven to Dr. Magill's private Wspitiil, v.'iiere ho was found to bo suffering from slight concussion" of tlio brair. and injuries to tlio face. No doubt had lio been thrown out after, tlio pony liu<i got pace up, the accident would have been more serious. Quarterly' Koturns.—Tlio following is the qaartariy rotum of all moneys collected by tlio Crown Land Ar»ont (Mr.- D. J. Kenny) for the period ended December 31:—Total £12,016/0/7, of which the principaLitoms wero as underSettlement lease doposits £8934/ 5/4, conditional pnrehnse instalments £3319/ 5/8, conditional loaso deposits £2656/18, spe cial lease deposits £969/16/4., and conditional purchase deposits £835/10/6. Annual leas...

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HEAVY LOSSES BY FIRE. CINCINNATTI, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911

HEAVY LOSSES BY FIRE. CHNCINNATTI, Wednesday Pvening, The losses through the Chamber of Cpnv pierce fire, aggregate £150,000.

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