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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. QUIiUNm. Ernest Dovine, employed us nigkboflicer at Autiene, 0 miles south of Mii&wel'lbrook, met I ivit'li a very painful and somewhat peculiar ' accident yesterday morning. He endeavoured | to board a goods tcai'ii bou?id for Mnswellbiook | (about 10 a.ru.) in order to get some provis ions. Owing to the footboard of the car being j wet, the official's feot slipped, although 1 iv> I lield tho bar. 'I'ho train was going at a good j speed at (he time, and after banging on for some yards DovinG wa« violently bounced on I to bis feot near tlio end of tho platform, and J crashed with terrilic foneo into a tricycle j ivlik'h wax lying stationary .at the end of j tbo, platform. His kneecap was badJy cut j open, and (iliiftecl inside. Ho also stnuck ! a tireo with his shoulder, which was con siderably bruised. Th0 unfortunate young man suffered great pain. A follow officer and those of a passing train attended the suf ferer, who was subsequently taken to Mus...
AMUSEMENTS. [?]HE TWO MR. WETHERBYS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
-in? two Mi!, wKTimnnvs." Uio comedy to bo proilucod gives to Mr. Gre»an MeMalion aiid the other members oi (Ik) clever iiit'lropuli ta 11 coniedv company iin excellent- cIkui^c for acting of a lu-h order. "Tito Two Mr. Weiherbvs," on it* initial produeUo:, i„ London, was very highly praised by tin? Press, ami in Sydney and Melbourne it sustained ils London Vepti. tation. The comedy is provided in showing lie selfish point of view taken by married women, and just as "Mars".is a lesson to man, so "The Two .Mr. AVeUierbys," tl,.ouKli ont im entertaining nlot, wit!, never" ending comedy, provides a diverting lesson on self, isliness 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 mul spectaclc vendors. Should your eyes cause you troublo in any way. consult, an optician wlio has devoted a life-long study to Iho eye. In consulting Jlr. 1.0. Uo.sch, who 1ms been visit ing this district personally for some years, you are certain to get the best eya service obtainable His next visit will be at tho Tloyal Hotel, Tannvortli, on Friday, Febru ary 3rd.
NUNDLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
I | WUNDLE SHIRE. The following clerk and engineers' report was submitted at the last, meeting ot the Nundle Shire Council:—I have the lonor to submit to you the Council's financial posi tion on the 31st December, 3 D10: Rate levied £1489/4/9, new assessment £1/5/7, arrears of rates £33/19/9, interest, arrears £8/12/3, interest to 31st December, 10J0 ;£ 1/19/4. Total, £1535/1/S. The current rates collected £1470/12/2, arrears of rates £22, interest £7/7/4, rates abandoned £0/14/4, interest abandoned ■16/3,'arrears.rates carried forward £10 3/7, arrears interest carried forward £2 S/. Total, £1535/1-/3. The Cr. balance general fund is £ll!tr> 15/1. ■ ■■ Amounts authorised for contracts,' £5GG 0/9. Amount required to carry on until this year's-rates are available, about £G00. Surplus, £S9/8/4. Total, £1195/ir»/l. The sanitary service has now been woik ing 0 months and is satisfactorily carried out. The charges for first" quarter amount ed to £43/10. Of this amount £40/5 has been co...
H. A. BARACLOUGH, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
H. A. BARACLOUGH. LIMITED. The firm will v|sit Tamworth to-day (Fri day), and may be consulted at the Cale donian Holel from S) a.m. to C p.m. Appoint- ] ments by letfer to H. A. Bavraclough, 3S5 ' George-street, opposite Strand Arcade, Syd ney. Remarkable Testimonials.—livery or iginal-firm lias its imitators who envy its success; but no imitator can equal, let alone excel, an original. 11. A. Bariaclough. Ltd., lead the way of progress, because the linn semi into the country only scientific refrac tionists %vlio work 011 the best sight-testing system in the world. The proof &lt;f this is in the fact that the firm is constantly re ceiving testimonials from satisfied custom ers in all parts of New South Wales, many from 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 Evening. following the announcement of a general railway striko throughout Portugal. Senor Sastillo announces that Spanish trains are unable to cross the frontier. " Later. Following the example of the railway men, the employees in commercial houses have struck on the ground that the Govern ment failed to i.ssuo a decrce, fixing the limit of a day's work at 12 hours, with one day!s rest in seven. Many places in the city are closed. Attempts are being made to extend the movement 1o the provinces. The railroads have offered concessions, which the men declared are insufficient.
CANADIAN LEGISLATURE. OTTAWA, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
CANADIAN LEGISLATURE, OTTAWA, Wednesday evening. The House of Commons lias re-assembled. Keplying to Mr. Borden, the Premier stated that the Government was prepared to take full responsibility of any agreement reached with 'regard to United States trade. Notice was given to introduce a bill to provide legislation to compel the Canadian Pacific railway to reduce its rates on the main line, of traffic in view of the 10 per cent dividend declared by the company; and also bills to establish a State-owned cable in the Atlan tic, and provide Government inspection of banks. ' —p.
HELD UP BY SNOW. VANCOUVER, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
HELD UP BY SNO^ VANCOUVER, Wednesday Afternpoii, It is impossible tp ascertain Hpw many trains are stalled pn ttie mountains, thypugh snow slides. The wires are dowi\, and there have been no Transcontinental mes. sages since Sunday. It is- said to bo the largest slide tliat ever occurred at Roger's Pass.' WINNIPEG, Wednesday Evening. Severe winter weather is unabated. Tho car soi'vico Is only partial, ^nd no freight trains are moving on any line, while somo passenger services have been cancelled ow ing to snow, which is packed hard inside the tracks. ■ ■■>
MORE UNIONS IS UNIONISM. SAN DIEGO, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
MORE UNIONS IS UNIONISM.. SAN DIEGO, Wednesday Evening. Speaking at the Churchmen's dinner, the Rev. Tyler Bennett said he believed (he La bor leaders were as conscientious a lot of men as the ministers of the churches, and as sincere. He spotfe of the average as ho had known th'-'tn, and holov. d thom. The Labor leaders' control was far better titan employers. Hie remedy t>f labor trou bles which affect the country is not to de stroy, but to have more unions, and unionise all labor, said the speaker.