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TRADE RECIPROCITY. CANADA AND THE AMERICAN TARIFFS. OTTAWA, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
TRIBE RECIPROCITY. CANADA AND THE. AMERICAN TARIFFS, OTTAWA, Wednesday Eveping. Senator MeMullen. speaking with regard to the Washington negotiations,, endorses the lion. Clifi'ord Sifton's remarks that this is no time to take down the bars. "The dingley tariff, and the MeKinley tariff were designed to strike Canada, but our wonder ful progress in the past ten years proves that we can get along despite such opposi tion," said Senator McMullen. What is gained by mailing trade arrangements with our neighbours, knowing if after two or three years' trial they find the balances of trade against them, they will demand further concessions, and failing to get such concessions, denounce, the treaty alto gether."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. Tlie Supreme Court, the People, have do cided that Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery wins against Coivjis and Colds. Price, Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable at all stores, and Pullman's j Pharmacy.* I ".All tho world soeins gay" when you tako NEJLIA TONIC.* WANTED Girls for the 'famworth Steam Lauudry. WANTED.—Smart Boy for our Ii'onmon gery Department. Apply T. J. fre lonr and G'o« - WANTED for General Country Stole, a Junior Assistant, with some drapery experience. Apply T. 0. Hardakor and Co., Walcha. WANTED, Respectable People share liouso with father ana daughter, aged 12, delicate; care same father's absence. Particulars, "Observer'' office. rnO LET.—Two shops in Peel-street, next •X Denning and Sons. Apply R. A. Stau field. TO LET.—Two cottages, North-street, 5. rooms, bathroom, kitchen, electric, light, and water laid on. Grand position. P. G. Smith and Co., Tamworth. ALL outstanding dobts due to Messrs. G. Kiefer and Son must bo paid' at the office of the unders...
Third Test Match. SOUTH AFRICAN'S SECOND INNINGS, 360 ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
Third Test Hatch. SOUTH' AFRICAN'S SECOND INNINGS, 360 ADELAIDE, Thursday. . Tho Test match entered 111:011 the littli (lay at Adelnido Oval this morning. The weath er was si trille warmer than edncsdy.* The wicket plve&lt;l as true as ever. However, there were one or two ominous - breaks in tlie pitch, but fortunately the dal!i:i;;o has not"' spread. 'Pile surface was hard and smooth, and there was no south wind to assist tho trundlers. The remaining men are expected to ' lake a lot of shifting. Llewellyn and Peeler continued batting in tne presence of a limited attendance. Tho latter commenced by cutting Whitty, wlio opened the attack, to0 tho bouirdary, follow ed with a smart snick Khr:ni^h the slips to tho fence. Cotter bowle&lt;l trom tho ot'her end was cut by Llewellyn for a (|unrtette. Llewollyn brought up his half century after 120 minutes batting. Peglor scored steadily, reaching 14, having added 12 while his partner was making half that number. It teak the ...
The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
The Bashwoods. ] [„By StGfsle Rwl, author of "On our Selcc«. , Uon, *Our Now Selection," etc., etc.) Tlio mouth of another wklo corridor lead ing to tlio judge-;-, private chambers ivas! all thai can,'flit olil John's eye, ami down that dull and gloomy corridor ho fearlessly •stalked. At the bottom of it lie found a staircase, a narrow staircase, sacred to the use of judi'.e;:. only, mid by which their Honours always a:;cendcd to the bench. For any btheiV court, ullicinl to make use of that staircase was; a felony! Without a moment's thought or herniation old John mounted those stairs and, with tlie clumsiness of an elephant,, up he climb ' ed, step after atop, until finally und sud denly lio landed on a Hrnnsels carpet and stood in full jjazo of crowded cm-.rt . room and the bur, and within a kick of the 'sheriff and the gorgeously-gowned rind heav ily. wigged judge. Oh,-horror! liad the Aetly tiiiiif;, armed In tho tooth j\n&lt;l with its hati and armour oil, arrived' on h...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
CHAPTER V. '• While the rest of his family preferred the pleasures-of a llclba concert, held in the Town Hall, old John chose to spend the evening with an old friend, who, with his family, resided far out in the suburbs, and who, like old John himself, possessed an over wean jug predilection for draught play ing. Those two old fogies pored over the board until a late hour until old John nar rowly escaped missing the last tram back to town. And before half the sections had been traversed he was the one solitary oc cupant of the car, and the only passenger left to alight at the terminus. Prompted no doubt by the glad feeling of having at last finished for "the day," the conductor called out a cheerful "good-night" as our quaint friend crept down off the footboard. •Old John paused for a moment to study the lay of the town, then directed his footsteps for .the hotel. The smellsome street was 'dark, and-dull, and "empty. Not a sound, save the echo of his own footsteps ringing out on the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
A WONDERFUL NEW PILL. Gin lins from time immemorial been uni versally recognised as having h. peculiarly heneiioial efFcct. on tho kidneys, jladdor, an? tlio urinary system ^oiioraHy, and is fro (juontlv proscribtKl b\- medical mon iu tho treatment ol' disease affecting these organs.' A groat many poonlo, owing to their baring eop^ciontious scruples against, Jhe uso of that liquor, wore debarred from its use, and oon* ^(inontlv dcJtirnxl from tho curativo treat, mont they would ot-henviso liavo obtained Having regard to these considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Clin Pills have i.wvti put on tho market for tii* treatment of all Kidney Troubles. They contain all tho ciinjtive modieinul properties of j;in without the alcohol. Tn them aro combined certain other powerful diuretics which no to mako tiio iinest pill of its kind over offered to the pub lie. All sufferers from Aching Rack, R.ueu lUiitwm, Gout. Dlnddor Troubles, Sciatica, Linuhasro, ICidnov Complaint, will find Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pi...
TELEGRAPHIC INFORMATION DELAYED [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
TELEGRAPHIC INFORMATION DELAYED Owing to interruption of tho telegraph lines, oiir very latest budget'of wires was not to,hand at time of going to press this morning. ' MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, Moro interest is being manifested in ilie above elections as nominntion day approach es. The local' Labor League, it is understood, aro placing their stamp on the twelve lpen and those whom they consider will serve the best interests of the Borough. As far as is known at present nil the sitting aldor 111011 but one intend to seel: t'e-eloction. Thp following names, new to Municipal honors, arp mentioned as tjio most likely candidates VJio will contest the election, viz.! 'Messrs. A. Muddon, Hai'vlson, A. tfarcoiirt, 'W- ]ij. Potts, J- n. Loljjli, I''. J. McMahon, .\J. McGann, K. Brilcy, .7. McMillan, and \Y. Thlbault.
SERIOUS QUARRELL. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
SERIOUS QUARRELL. foxx/LsiiSY. Thui'schv. During a quarrel botween woikmon at a joinery works at Pynnont, jolin Green, aged 21, was struck on tlio lioncl with an iron turnkoy. He was ronvevcd to tho hospital and was fuiind to bo in a eritical condition, nilfroriJirt from ooiicnssion of 11 to brain and a severely Ineenited sr:il;> wound! i'Iio iii.jurios an' aliened to liavo lieon in flicted liy liis fellow workmen.
NUNDLE SHIRE NOMINATIONS. NUNDLE, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 13 January 1911
NUNDLE SHIRE NOMINATIONS. NUNDLE, Thursday Afternoon. Following nominations have been received for the- Nundle shiro elections:—A Rid'n? Lucas Pyrke, D. Bright, and D. Crichton. B Hiding: G. Brown, G. King, and J. Mc Ewan. C Riding: J. Londrlgan, Wm, Tay lor, Herbert Swain, Harry Partridge, and J. T. Rvan.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
SPORTING. fRv "Amntwip Adjacent had"run well enough at Rand* v.ick to make it look as if a Plying Handi cap at some of the suburban courses would soon go to ber credit. At MooretleM on Saturday, punters soon sorted her out ns a good thJag, and those who left their betting until a bit late bod to take a very sburt arlce, but she won, and any price Is a good winning price. This was Adjacent's tirst #in since sbe won a race at Roaehili .some months ago. The couutvy horse, Murlowan, had a bit ot bad luck in the Opening Handicap at Malt land oil Saturday. His connections backed him for a good stake, and as there vas no thing in the race that was supposed to i)?ve a mortgage on the prize, the Muriowaa crowd were* able to oblain live and sf.x to one about him. After the horse had fjoue a couple of furlongs some of Murlowan's gear became undone, thus making it diffi cult for the jockey to keep his norse to pother at all. Yet under these citcmnswm refi he was able to challenge the favorite i...
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. REFUSING AN OFFER BY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By "Jouueviv.") I AN OFFER Bl* LETTER. I yy lien n Birl rucoiTw au offer of marria^ y to titer which she must refuse, she aliould iuisuv- • • '*er it without} delay. A shorty concise r«i»7 is i»!f that w required, which should not be curt and yet not too frieudlv. sSSwsrta&tjs c&ttsaMsz »} letter at best, dUadvantaRoous. Ho nil) also Klwn I,or for observance j! K™»ou™&lt;«. &lt;u.d feel na if n burden !l removed, if he discover* that hi, proposal has not been mado public property.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
Selected Farms FOR SALE BY Landers & CsnilrellL |C j acres. 2 milMB out, nil fi»-1 &lt; las- wheat land, timber r.;i do;ul. mcU Montage, suitable . riiv. h'.mv.:. outbuild ings. i'ewed. 'j isuM-aUs. £lsuUf tree huU baii-,. 'IV.uo. (174) SJ nw-re-5. Workman's lih.el;, nice cottage 4 rcoms. £300. (.lib* 120 acres, JJoetivc, all fj;\whs&lt; v.heat land. 2 ilmns. house, -hod-, 7 jKuiducLa. £; per acre. (Wo, 1C5 acres, 7 miles cut, 2 n.iics biding, SO acres lueerno Jond, *J:J now ui.der lue true, balance wheat land. 2 hay shed, 5 paddocks. £31Uj. Term* £14 SO cash, balance end tl 10 years a* o per cent. t. ^ U9UJ 12S acres, about' 2 .miles double water iruntaue; about 40 acre* under lucerne, brick house. shed, dairy, well, etc. £2;> per acre, Kasy terms. (J7> 4G acres close to* town, practically ail un der lucerne, house, sheds, va'rds, ct&lt;\ £C0. (79.1) 180 acrtss, C miles Nemm«ha, about 100 acres rich lucerno, jjood homestead, >l;ods, dairy, e...
MILKING BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
I MILKING BY MACHINERY. The prejudice which at first existed again et milking by machinery is rapidly befog dispelled, und dairymen throughout the State are now taking a keen interest in machine milking. The reason of this change of opinion is on account of the very satis* factory work performed by the famous "L.K.G." milking machines. We are now sctQ&l.ly receiving more orders than we can pupply promptly. Customers who in a doiibtful mind ordered one "UKXl." machine just to sec whether the machine would be successful or not, quickly found out that' the machine had many advantages over hand I milking, and ordered one or two more ma* I chines. The saving of time by machine milk- | ing is so great, and besides it enables the dairyman to increase his herd and conse quently increase his profits. The "L.K.C." milking machine is worthy to ..rank alongside that other world«famed machines of the dairy—of course we refer to the "Alfa-Laver Cream Separator—and when a dairy farm is equ...