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URALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

URALLA. A cyclone on Monday blew4 down two sheds on Mr. D. Bourke's selection. A waggon, loaded with .ohaffr-.wire.-rock salt, and- harness, .the "property''of Mr. E Phelps, was destroyed by fire on Sundays '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

invertct.t;. A sad fatality, occurred at tlae • Gileal Bports, Ave miles from Inverell, the victim being W. W. Pomroy. He was doing a preliminary on his motor bike prior to tak- ■ ing part in a race, . travelling, round the i track at the rate of about 40 miles an hour. Two pedestrians crossed the track In'front or him, and to avoid running them down threw the blke off the track. He ' collided with a stump, the impact ' being ,very severe. Deceased sustained injuries to the head and arms. While being con- ' veyed to Inverell, he died on the toad, hav-.; ing lived only an hour and a half after the accident. He leaves a widow arid two cnuaren. I

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Queen Alexandra. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Queen Alexandra. Queen Alexandra, accompanied by the Queen of Norway and Princess Victoria, tra velled by motor car Ironi lSucliingliain Palace to U'inusor 'Castle on the afternoon of No vember 10, and was present nt a snecinl and impressive service held in the Aioert Me morial Chntiel in memory of the late Kiny Edward ! VII,, being His birthday anniver sary. ' The Rev. Canon Dalton officiated. On the altar in the beautiful chapel wore white flowers .from tho royal gardens. The choir-of St.. George's Chapel, under Sir Wal ter Parratt, Master of tho King's Music, sans tlie liuisicai portion of the service. Appropriate prayers were recited by Canon Daltiln. Tho choir rendered very beautifully Sullivan's anthem, "linither, tliou are Kon'o before us." Tho 3rd Psalm, "Tho Lord Is my Shepherd" (Gounod), and the Jiord'a Prayer were chanted. Tile liymn, "Now" f-lio laborer's taslc is o'er" was sweetly sung by the choir, ami the final Amen. Afterwards Qneen Alexandra, tho Quoen of Norway, an...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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QUIRINDI SPORTS. BOXING DAY. (By a Sydney Sport.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

QUIRSMDI SPOBTS. BOXINC; DAY. (By !i Sydney Sport.1 The' fifth annual mooting of the "Quiiindi Bicycle;, Club was held on Monday 'imder most advantageous conditions, the wea ther'being splendid aiul the track in Rood order. Visitors were numerous bolh 'from north ami south. Tamworth was well re 'iroscnted hy Messrs. U. Webster and \V. Toban. prominent bicycle agents, and Cuiv ♦ is, Thorsby, Yates, and Kershaw, as rid ers, all of whom showed Quirindi and the ;poris from the coal centre that. "I am as big as them and they as me."—(Harry Lander1). Results of tho events were as follows: — Opening handicap, half-mile. First prize ■CI. second prize ,£J l. First and second in <nich heat, to start, in linnl. In the lira I. heat, ■'.odor made the puce and retained it to the end although closely pressed. Second heat —Thorsby made the running, bnt. C. Murray beat. him on the post. Third heat—Id. lit Mahon had a soft sua)). Final—Some good riding was shown, all going strong, the vict...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MERRIE ENGLAND. CHRISTMAS MEAT SUPPLY. LONDON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

mkrrtf: kiwt.and. CHRISTMAS MEAT SUPPLY. T/ONDoN, December 27. Bnrfc J'o'ldnv (Hoxinis Dayl wns dull, tlic'srh without. rnin. Hundreds of thou sand s of lieov'e fvom Hie north attended the foot 1 snil mntch. Fiftv thousand in mates of workhouses in London w^re en tertained at amateur theatricals and-.con certs. Purim; Inst werlc tlieGeneral Post Oflice donlr v.-'tli M.r.nO.nftO lei tors., • The Cliristnuu-; moM at. Smitlifield totalled 12.11-10 tons. of which HOiiS Ions was 13ritish ■irowti. 1000 tons North American' grown but T!rit :ali killed. -!028 tons- refrigerated meat fvom South America. 1-131 tons refrig erated meat. from Australia anil New Zea land, and U-12S tons from the Continent.

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SWAMP OAK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

SWAMP OAK NEWS. (From cur omTCswmrient.) A J\\1ko Court ivas hold at Swamp Oak •"Mi Wednesday, December 21, 1910, before Mr. 0. A. I'Mwjh-I,, P.M. ■ Police v. Herbe-t Wilkinson, indecent lail '■luago. at Lower Ttni'iowan Public Iiall. No appearance of dolendant. Fined CI), costs S/. or olie month inard htiar Tiimworth Gaol. Polico v. .Tamos Cummins. indecent. lan ;;uane at Lower Ftim^owan Public Hall. Do fnndant pleaded not. p;iiilty. After :i deal of evidence bad been: taken. the P.?>1. derided In convict.. Fined £-■ co<!s 8'. witnesses' ex nonses £1,- or om> month Taimvorth. Gaol. Mv.■ H. .1. O'HcJiaviui appeared for the de fendant. Fine p;;id. Police v. Anduw f'r.onee, drunkenness. Fnied -V, cost'- (I/. or three days. Fine "aid. Polico v. Andrn.v Spence, profane lan "itiii'c. Fined 10 /. cos I'm 8/, one witness 7/G, or four days. Fine nuid. Police v. Andrew Snciuv, iusulting lai\ <;utiSP. Fined 10/. costs li.',.one witness 7/0, or seven days. Fine paid...

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MOONBI NEWS. BOXING DAY'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

MOONBi NEWS. (From a corrosiioiulont.) BOXING DAY'S SPORTS. The afternoon's spoils, promoted by Mr. F. Hyson, proved most en.joyublo and inter esting. The programme was a lengthy and varied one, giving srone to budding athletes to show their prowess in various branches of sport, while tliosp who "have done their dash'' wero not of necessity mere onlookers. Tho following gentlemen were untiring in their efforts, and succeeded in giving every satisfaction :—15, limber, \Y. -Mcl.el l;\nd, 10. Campbell, ,}. Sonierville, jnn., F. Hyson, AV. A. ClmfTey, 1 ] Stevens. Follow ing are the results:— Hop. Step, and Jump: F. Campbell. Handicap Ivaeo (boys nniler 30 years): M. Somerville 1, C. Lane-sion 2. Allcomers' Handicai) I'Viot Hare: F. Camp bell 3. 10. Ohalfey 2. Allcomers' Handicap Ifaeo (girls): N. Lar l;in 1, A. Larkm 2. Carrv-your-Ciiuin iiaee: F. Campbell and Somerville 3. Handicap Race (bovs under 15): F. Hyson 1, .10. Sampson 2. .... V Throwing nt. Wicket: Tt. T.aidlaw 3. Quoit Matc...

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DUNCAN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

DUNCAN'S CREEK. I " (From a Correspondent.) Miss* Muudio Yates and 31 r. Frank .Hobbs wore united in the bonds of matrimony yes terday, A [tor llio ceremony, which tool; place.at "Wooloiniu, the happy couple return ed to'Uio bridegroom'.1; parents' homo, \vhero tlio breakfast; was parlaUen of. A largo num ber of friends met in the evening, and danc ing was'indulged in (ill the. early hours of tho morning. "Ogg's prediction of a beat wave to com mence with Hosing Day bus proved true. We bavo bad three scorchers, and to-day pro mises to bo another. All the crops look well despite the hot weather. December 29, 1010.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

GOUT AND njIEUMATTSM) TlicBe complaints arise from tlio jxlisonous wiisto matters fic'cnmnlatetl in the hloprl con sequent on the kidneys, through tedipornry disorder or through some disease, btlimj un ablo to 'curry mil their work. Dr. Siioklon's Gar Pills rapidly i-Unolt tlio root <lf the trnublo :wv| sw<n effect n'.cure. '• Pilice 1/0 and 2/0. Obhrjinblu at all stores aii/d Pull man's Pharmacy.* • • / P,il<! cic'tly ivmiii'ii w'wi.try NV.WTA jvN IC quickly regain". the bloat) of hofalth.*

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CHILDREN'S UNION COUPON 1 ART, LITERARY, NEEDLEWORK RULES FOR CHILDREN'S UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

CHILDREN'S UNION 1 ' !' COUPON ' > 1 ' • J AUT,- LKTERARY, NEEDLEWORK j ntfU'IS FOU GniLDREN'S UNION 4 »'•-.• j°N.BiT-tUonfl..'these rules; carotiilhy.and ro • ,iniemb<5n--Lf voii tin not; keep them .your: con tlillullijus lUUst bo disqualmed.., •> ,y, ;•> . vl .-.-^iMBjnborfi Ot ..t.lie-Glnlilt en's-Union nuist "■ bo itndei M\teon -vo n s of ine ;• ;i.2.-'r7-The (J. U-. .Coupon. jnnst:>bo- firmly >flt tnched: to o.rcjrv. entry' for? Art; and'literature Competitions: :: Entries -witii. JjOOSU -or iNO ' Coupons will^be .disqualified.' ••• < .-. y .i::--Nam(»-and address of Competitor with •fmriiber. rfml a<jo must-- lie .-firmlv attached i vtfl, ;or :writtun upon,: each entry for; competi tion. ,•/.*.Contribntionsj- Arith ' LOOSE or ISO v^iiaines.wilV-lie'disqualified. ./J-:--, v .. Vr - >'1 v-rA'H:,(«ntries, nuist-bo>1.re^eived~nt latest vby.first'post.on tho da'fe. given:-' Competitions i. aro -iriven :;liii;-iin-.advaniin ?t.o ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

RELIEF WORK. The story of Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tub ules .can bo told in a word. Thov. actually do tlie work that the weak and wasted stom ach is unable to do, and allow it to recuper ate and, rogain its strength. Tliev contain all tho essential properties that the gastrio juice and other digestive* fluids do, and they digest the food just aa a sound and well stomach would. Tliey relievo the stomach jllst as 'one rested and refreshed workman relieves tho one oh duty, that is tired and worn, and nature does her own work of re storation. It is a simple natural process , that a child can . understand. You can eat all you want without tear of results. Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules nro sold at 2/6 per tin of 80 Tabulas. Absolutely guaranteed; Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* T. G. McShane & Co., Music Depot, BRISBANE STREET. Hole Looai Agent for Paling and Co., LtcL It In only the LATEST and CHOICEST STYLES in JEWELLERY that are FASHIONABLE AT ANY FUNCTION....

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YOUNG PEOPLE'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

YOTJI'IG PEOPLE'S COLDMH. My. dear Children, Now that wo uro bc;',innin^ tho iiow.yeat vvHh dally paper for Taniworth, I think wo mt:st /!nd a place for something of spee inl interest t.o yqung people, that they can look upon as their very own. ' Or.e o« the thinfts Hint, has al ways interested rife* i sit-'Tthft.. .'ARrl-'. cultural Shows and school exhibi tions hi the amount of talent to bo aeon in the junior soctions, and I think it would ba a treasure tn you and to all of us if wo ooukt make. r.nrne plan thai would help you all to improve vour t.nloivti-whnt-ever it, may i happen. to bo. Now 1 want every one. of yon who.'iuay oliahco'to .l-o'a'd ;this; pnRe to : help,! mo to form a Children's tJnfbn for mutual I help and improvement. It mil-not lie very hard to join; I only want vou to rcnil thi"; loiter carefully* and show it- to those of yo-A' friends who-jway not. Awe. scon tlifo paper., '■ Then e.aeli of yon who B'slits-fo join i"io TJnir:i bus only'to cut out the coupon at ...

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TAMWORTH IN THE EARLY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

TA1W0RTH IN THE EARLY DAYS. Wo have it recorded in history that tho , population of Tamworth and environs in the j year 1SG6 was but GOO souls. In ramworth alone there were about 400 people. What a change there is to-day! Now there are 8000 people in the town alone. Even in the earliest of its history Tamworth was ' progressive, for in 1866 a steam flour mill i was in full working order, and there had also been running for. some time a news paper. There were the usual public build ings, including a hospital and Mechanics' ; Institute. The railway then had not pene trated to Tamworth. . The great event in the early days was ' the extension of the railway to West Tam worth. This took place on Tuesday, Octo ber 15, 1878. Tho honorary secretaries of the demonstration committee were Messrs. ; W. F. Tribe and T. A. Lewis. The former is still a resident of Tamworth, whilst the latter has passed to the Great Beyond. The railway was formally declared open, by Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor ...

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SAD SHOOTING FATALITY. LITTLE BOY SHOT BY HIS BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

SAD SHOOTING FATALITY. LITTLE BOY SHOT°BY IIIS BROTHER. A sad shooting fatality occurred. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann, ""rmv-atreet, on Monday afternoon. Their son Leonard .Tames, aged "Vj years.. was accidentally sliot by his brother William Alfred, aged 10 years, and died soon after. The coroner, 5lr. O. A. Edwards, held an inquest at the Court Houso on Tuesday, when the following evidence was given: — Senior-Constable Sinclair deposed: About 5 minutes past 5 yesterday afternoon, in consequence of something I was told, I went to the residence of Robert Mann, Murray rtreet. T there saw a boy named Leonard James Mann, now deceased. He was lying on a bed. He was unconscious, and ap peared to bo' in a dying condition. I exam ined the' boy and found a bullet wound in the left breast near the neck. There was another wound on the back, near the left shoulder blade from which ho was bleeding freely. There was also a bullet wound in the'left hand. The boy died about a quar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

' iPTAMWORTH ADDITION. ' ©> e! -:<»•' Tlidfe''Is only one tiling that could add Interest to the Tamivoi th statements which lmvo-ljeon appearing in these columns for vearj) 11 gto 11 o thing that could make them i stronger^ more Impressive, more complete— ' and that was tlio endorsement of time. Wo boltcW £lmt people will agree with us that thcrt'^fs' nothing more convincing than the way'iri''\vhicli this Tamworth resident speaks out ifiilii stands by all that was said four years ago.''Mrs. P. JI.1 Besson, JIarius-street, Taimvorth, says:—"For about six months I sulTeriiti'1 with a pain across the small oi my iUitdlc. I could not lie in one position tor lilBfti than a row minutes, so undisturbed filcqlovaa out of the quostion. My general health1 was t'ory bad. 'I obtained the host advice for the trouble. 1 was in a leading Sydney hospital, and besides that received adviue and treatment from five well-known Syillit'y doctors. They all told me that my on#; h'oiW of a cur...

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The Dashwoods. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

The Dasli woods. . CHAPTER I. (By^ Steele Rudd, author of "On our Selec tion." "Our New Selection." etc., etc.) Tho Dashwoods lind been a full week in the groat metropolis. Kncli day tlioy visited differont localities, and cacli day fresh won ders and glories wero revealed to them. They all enjoyed the city—all but Mrs. Dash wood and Maria. Tho former tired of ■ it after tho first day, and saw nothing to enthuscr about.1 Thero was nothing natural there, to appeal to her homely spirit. In her heart ghe longed to be back at "Fairfield" —Ibtujed to be amongst -tho fowls, and tho (lucSs,,i^nd tho dairy cows, and to see again thej.grpat wheatfields, and tho blue peaks poking up out of tho mountain ranges, and to her eyes once more upon God's owai vast plainlands, stretching far away to tho . boundless west, lint for tho sake of the otliej-flr.she endured, without complaint, tho .stufej-'noisy, dirty streets of the artificial its crowds of jostling humanity. Sho^yen pretended to share the...

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TENTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

TENTERFIELD. a serious accident occurred at the annual of the Tenterfleld Jockey Club! In ."J® Handicap Portunus fell and was killed. His jockey was injured. Another jockey was also hurt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

Irregularities of tile system caanot exist if you-take.'NEMIA TONIC.* WOOL BROKERS, FAT.STOCK SALESMEN. STOCK and STATION AGENTS RECUt^R SALES, of Wool SHEEPSKINS! HIPfe. TALLOW. RABBIT SKINS.(MARSUPIAL SKINS, WHEAT, OATS, CHAFF &e.. .. Circular Quay, Sydiuex* Choice Peel River Farms. ' G00X00 OOONOO SUBDIVISION. Situate S miles from Taraworth. Area: 430 acres. Title: Settlement Pur eliaso area, £4/10/3 per aero dUB to t.he Crown. Improvements: Now house of 5 looms, 3 verandahs, 100 acres cleared, bal ance easily cleared, well fenced by 0 wires; watered by good well, windmill und trough ing. Situate 11 miles from Tamworth, 3% miles from railway siding. Area: 410 acres. Title: Settlement Pur chase area, £4/12/3 per acre due to tho Crown Improvements: Houso of 1 rooms, kitchen, 3 large tanks, shed and stock yards, orchard; 100 acres cleared, fenced by 0 wires into 4 paddocks; watered 1>\- largo dam, big supply. Situate 10 miles from Tamworth. Area: 500 acres. Title: Settlem...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

(JJy "Amateur.") I "no Villiers and Summer Cup arc once I more tliiiius of the past, and ilcLachlan re pented Inst year's performance by piloting the two winriftrs.:- '^To rido the same double two years in succession'is a grand perform ance, but nothing seems boyond -this" 'ride; during the lost* couple "'of years," and if ho continues of the same mind as at presetit, that is; gives tlio old country a visit and fol lows his calling.'ho'is siiro to stahd among&t tho foremost jockeys of tho day. Ho is with-, out doubt tho clcverest rider that lias been in. Australia for many a day, for- lie.is ijiblE tb • win', oil horS&Tthat' othlir;'^ucteiiS.fiil '-'i&fS htys have failed-' on, -alid'liS ftetH'ti'd}.!;'^ sticking to the.'rails in "Ion^SifetaAi^'fpfus has won. for him; many' r.'icn.i"ihh t' 1)o,\VQiiJp nbt have otherwise won. hifil ho atteirtpted!.'i<, i como on tho outsidu. ' Lady Ruomilf lias been going to ".'win a..l»&. race for a consider...

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SYDNEY. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910

SYDNEY. Harrison, Jones and DeWin, Ltd.. report: 15,700 sheep and lauibs wero penned to day, this ;i week's supply, no sales being held apin until Thursday next. The majority forward comprised merinos ot" fair to medium quality, occasional pens of prime. K'.ves were plentiiul, and only occasional pons i t erossbrorts. T'r.e attendance was not as In'.'go as usual, as exporters and the Sydney .Meat Preserving Company were absent ow ing to their works undergoing the annual overhaul. Tiie supply proved well within requirements, and as a result prices all round showed a decided advance. Sales opened par ticularly brisk, and values ruled 5. higher, As busines-; progressed a ftirther advance became noticeable, and market on the aver age was quite in advance of lato rates, and in m;u>y ' instancos the rise-was even greater. A fair supply of lambs, the quality being fair to good, with occasional lots ofprime, and some plain sorts. Sales were brisk for good and prime descriptions, and valu...

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