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PRES[?]ERIAN CH[?]CH Sunday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

I PRi5RRTTRn.TAK nwminn Sunday. January 15. | Tamworth.—11 a.m., Mr. Clarence l'aRi- (Si. Andrew's College. Sydney): T.:io p.m., •'Reform," Kev. .lames Cosh. Currabiibula.—U p.m., Rev. James Cosli.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

catholic; church. Tamworth.—St. Nicholus' Church, Mass every Sunday at 7.30 and 10 a.m.; on week days' at 7 a.m. Sunday School 'from'9.30 to 10.30 a.m. Rosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Evening devotions every Friday at 7.30. ttaptism and Churching every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday. January 10. Xuiulle.—Mji&s at 1). liowlin«4 Alloy Point.—Mass at 11. Attun^n.—Mas* at. lit, Verv Rov. Dean O'Neill, V.P. I I Rev. W. A. Mulling. Rev. T. A. O'Brien.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SANITATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SANITATION". (To tho Editor.) sir,—it is to De regretted that Alderman Britten's motion, by which it was sought to have householders supplied with sawdust or souie suitable absorbent for sanitary pur* poses, was defeated at Tuesday night's meet* ing of the Tamworth Council, more especial ly ad. earlier in the evening, the Inspector ot Nuisance had reported the occurrence of 21 rases of Infectious diseases—11 within the municipality boundary. It can scarcely be denied that the sanitary arrangements of Tamworth are not of the best, nor will it be disputed that the health of the inhabi tants should be one of the 11m consider ations of the civic Juitthoritles. While re cognising that a sew-^age system will in all probability be inaugurated at some future time, it should be borue in mind that in the interim, grave results are to be apprehended from non-compliance with certain well-de fined sanitary rules, in a warm climate, more especially. The absence of a system of sew erage renders it...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SIX INCHES OF RAIN AT BINGARA. THE RIVER RISING. BINGARA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SIX INCHES OF RAIN AT BiNGARA, THE RIVER RISING. ■ BINGARA, Friday. Another 210 points of rain have fallen dur- 1 ing the last 24 hours, making nearly six inches since Sunday. The river is rising and i Myall Creek is in rlood. The mail was un* i able to travel to-day between bere and War* ialda. It is quite likely that next week's race meeting will have to be postponed, as 1 there is every appearance of further rain.

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HEAVY RAIN AT WARIALDA. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE. INVERELL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HEAVY RAIN AT WARIALDA. THE RAILWAY BRIDGE. INVERELL. Thursday. ! It was reported here this morning that I j two inches of rain fell at Wa'rialda last night j in twenty minutes, resulting in the Warialda | I railway bridge being washed away, and traf» fic would have t6 be suspended pending ne* j cessary repairs. I

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AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

AT TAMWORTH, | The Peel Hirer was half a banker at Numllo yesterday morning, but lower down at Woolomin and Xuminghn the water wan i«ver the banks, nnd five miles out ot Tarn-' I worth the flats near Sims' and Ooombea' were submerged. Goonoo Gaomxi Creek al«o overflowed ill places, Cockburu Crock rose I very little. A sharp fall occurred at No miugha on Thursday night, Mr. .1. J. Lord registering at his rosidence H inches.

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FLOODS. THE FLOOD AREA. [?]AMWORTH INCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

THE FLOOD AREA. fAMWORTH INCLUDED. In reply to an Inquiry by wire yesterday afternoon, as to whether Tarpworth was In the probable floo<Hall area, the Govern* ment meteoroligist wired that the probable floodarea had moved to the southeastern districts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

DP.. SHKJ.nOVS NEW DlfiCOVF.llS' ;<y .Cea?b« nu l CoUs. r'l fVrt 'o-w plr.inh. 1' C-.l t::'J !>. O'.'.r.i."il ::li starts. ai.<3 rullmsn'- 1:.r." y.' . 1

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LORD CHELMFORD'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

LORD CHELMFORD'S" HOLIDAY. The Governor. Lord Chelmsford, salis for England in the R.M.S. Mooltan at the end of April on ,a holiday trip, having received permission from the Secretary of State to take six months' leave Qf absence. 1 Lady Chelmsford, accompanied by h<»V two younger children, also goes to England," pre* ceding his Excellency in the Macedonia on Febtuary 2S. Lord Chelmsford assumed oflloe In Queens* land in November, 190?i. So far tit* has never been away on leave, « 1

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IT COMES MANY WAYS. But However it may come, the remedy [?]eaches all. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

IT COMES MANY WAYS, But However -It may come, the remedy "eaches att. Kidney complain may begin from many , souices. such as Injury or accident, cold, or the result of other complaints. However It may come, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills always cure. Lot this fact be on ever pre* sent memory with you. All sufferers should bn interested in th^ following:— I Mrs. Wm. Garret?. 'Murray-street, East jTMiiiworih. says:—"Seycn years ago I praised Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, for they had cured my husband of backache, and I can praise them more today, for thf> cure has lasted. My husband had been-af Ulcted with terrible pains in the small of the back. We attribute his cure solely to poan's Baqkache Kidney Pills, far al! other remedies failed to give him ease. There would be less suffering in the world if pen* pie knew tbe value of this wonderful rem edy, I got Doan's Backache Kidney Pjllp nt Pullman's Pharmacy, und advise other 'sufferers to go and do likewise," Donri's Backache Kidney Pi...

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T[?]LLERS OF THE SOIL. FRUITGROWING AT MOON[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

TiLLERS OF THE SOIL. (By "Unicorn.") fruitgrowing at irooxnr. In "Agricultural Notes." puMJshc-U in thi l£$ue of the "Daily Observer." It wai pointed, out that fruitgrowing was not ear riedon In the Tamtvortb district to the ex tern that It might be. considering.the'favor able 'climatic conditions lot many of th< beat-paying varieties of fruits and the suit ability <1 tbe soil. Thjac this reinail: was Justified has, tc some extent, been proved by the practica experiences of several of Moonbl's tillers oi the soil whose.efforts in the direction oi fruit-growing have met with most encourag ing results. Mr. w. M. Wilson, of "Orchardl&Ifih/ M6onbi, a noted sheep farmer and wheal and lucerne glower, has Iwen cultivation c small orchard lor (he past 14 or 15 years during which period hi* rarefnlly studied the characteristics, and more particularly the bearing qualities, of many kinds of sum roer lr\ii:s as well as vari'iles of the citrus family. The area devo...

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HAS ALFONSO A CHARMED LIF[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

HAS ALFONSO A CHARMED LiFEi Kins A-Ki,nsu's fr-i-iiiU nru ii '»s Mit.ii:-.! v 1- :><•! lliiliy ttlp li'l l!'.' ■ ti"M ;t liu.uii- riti'i »u m>M. . ;ui-l i r;i. ■ (Il.ti lui- j'!m.c«bI a -tviautin-cil pu i» lile «U th" r:\viil l.uuiiv !«•» niaNv y.ar-. Tiii'v recall l'io failure oi i.'-e : K- ir.pl (" itviiissiiiutit him I'd tin* d.iv ut hit stilt) have -Itu. II to «»l he- d.ue devil hf'!\-;'jn m-liip. Mii'li as «" hoi>ebae!» down lh.. y:snlni «.l tin* palace :it l.a (Jrirnja. niul wis"t tuoukmek .speed, Anil How. when daiuuv hulk* a; ev»r\ Minr. with the ove! throw «.i the HUiira»'rli> threatened. Ik- liis :v«y and injiioviny n.«y, appjuiiiJy with IVUuld (il Hi* iVklids .tie be ginning to thiol. the l:ijc ai Ilv-: believe-* he bears a e'laim^d Iir. The ling i<> vu^i.c»vU isj joy to worthy ^paiitsh m..iia:c]:», and di-:;. tcl tu eTfciy of;e vlst- «h^ f.oi. I: was hia jirc5«iittd b- Alnw..,. .Nil. the tV;thu oi tlii.- present iv*!*^. io h:> .-,i...

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OPERATION AVERTED BY ZAM[?] A[?]ing Piles Completaly Cured. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

I.*ORggATH»f-Ay.ERJ.e.0 BV JAM;6UK AjonlrJiig Piles' Complctily Cured. j: "Tor I jtrurvrti ... - pil«\ v.t'j«• v::(n'i\v'v ■ »»l»M. TlinMM*;, f?!' IVp J'.nr'.'l, I Nut A'l»v Uu.lr. t«.A. "I I.«.v,»ni«' I'.jjjMirvvn t:i tiosiltl*. ami v.iy appetite disappeared. completely. The worry. and pain ! cu/fered was nnb<?.u able. I had aii awful tinv and thought luat 1 had on Internal growth. 1 consulted a docUiv who advired t h<» use of I ho fcnlfc .for iln* iemov\%!-nf, !>•»} stipnjgjy.objected.. .l{e iljf.ti PH'.v i:iK'd .»» ' • ointment, but it, Uid. not oo. tue ihv •Kood. I.,u'ioi«tcd f !j«» ti£<s of nuin.v» «»tht.»r rc* tbcy ijiijnot giv* me- any. relief, whatever. ,,v «. .. "Aii Qld lady friend of mine who !«acI been cured ot ee>:ema by 'Mini Uufe i$«ve me o supply jo tiy. I used this and then,.pur chased .l .\uriher, supply .end soon found, after the continued' applications of rh/s wonderful balm, tJiaf was setting great ease and relief. .The swe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

iv. Brownscombe, VETERINARY SURGEON, TAMWGRTH. Tel. 96. THE following 10 the Amended Scale of ■ Fees ior Attandi^g Hones and tbo Supply oi Drugs per Annuls, for u fixed Not exceeding 5 bead .. .... .. 1 1 0 Exceeding 5 head, not exceeding 15 2 2 Exceeding head, uot exceeding 25 3 8 Exceeding 25 head, not exceeding 35 4 4 Exceeding 36 head, not exceeding 45 {i 5 0 Number of horses to be stated and Feet paid in adrance. A Mileage Fee of 1/ per mile for each visit ifl charged to subscribers. Tbo first two milea not charged for. Horses and Lire Stock Insurod at Lowest Rates. Caitorating single colt. 10/; in numbers, Dot.Bocemxuy the same ow»»r, 5/ per b«*da

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

It is only the LATEST and CHOICEST jS STYLES in JEWELLERY that are | FASHIONABLE AT ANY FUNOTION. § Vou .van t;et the T.ntest and Choicest Stylus by =':udi-.:g iv a Line or a Postcard for !JJ W. J. PROUD'S || wellery Catalogue § Ton I:rec to any Address. ip \tr Tiiis Catalogtv.- von The Latest Creations of the Jewellers' 'hi, an.I rimMes you to buy on the [v . STRICTEST ECONOMY POSSIBLE. gj W. J. proud. Jlrtisi Jeweller. j{£ t87 pilt~Sireet (near )(!ng $ free ft). Sudney. .Jf Ration ^ardent Xondoij. Tl+ffvii* fs"«»?««« 3»v * «* » « « 7Q ? l~v* « v «<7 € « 5 t<K B| Good Value at 3&®:g=g,S- C3. in tlie follow iu^ lines :— Just opened an exclusive consignment of 1'aiuty MtMm I. Skirts Blou&t*. SKIRTS from 3/11 to UOJ. BLOUSES from 2/11 to 30/. Lady's and Children's Millinery my Speciality MRS. C. Gs. MAY, Tamworth's Fashion Leader, Feel-street. M. Brady is now open in the premises next to McCann'a, the busy drapers. Peel-street, with im absolutely ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

•SCALP DISEASE pimps Began with a Little Pimple—Itched andlSpread Till Whole Head was Raw—Hair. Fell Out in Bunches —Suffered Three Years and Cure , •-Seemed'Impossible. •IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND * - EASY CURE. BY CUTICURA * ... ".Sly dlscoso started with a little pirn plo on my head. Then it began to itch. The moro I would scratch, too worse it grew until it spread all over my hond. • "So I *ent to. the'doctor. I continued his treatment forsomo time but, finding no results, I decided to change and iry -'some other remedy. Littlo warts bejjan . to..grow on inv. head, I would wash it. 'every'day but'Yt grew as raw as a piece of : • beef*and ray hair commenced to fall out ... injiunches. So I changed doctors.«,Thid doctor prescribed a wash anil a sah\. My head at this time was so sore 1 could not -touch it. After trying several doctor.-* and many patent medicine, nothing would euro it and 1 lost much tlmo from work, e r> ."Then I decided to go to the hospital. Several doctors were call...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of Kust Tamworth. .January 1."*.—Second Sunday nfter Kpiphaiiv. Tainwuruh.—St. John's, S a.m. Ul-O.J; II si.iu., and T.Jil) p.m., Ui?v. Arthur Juhn St<UK».; 1«inibri.—St. Hamahus'. lU.iH) u.iu. (H.C.), R*v. l.'Hvt* Dieki'iifi, Moonhi.—St. Andrew'*, 'A p.m., Her. Olive Dickens. .Wminnhsi.—All Sain it*', p.ui., Rev. Clivf Dk-kcns. Old .Moonbi.—Suuduy School, 11 a.m. Moonhi.—St. Andrews, .Sunday School, :i p.m. Tintiuhull, 7.JO p.m.j .Mr. Osbmtie llrown.

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SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SHIRE ELECTIONS. I We learn that the ballot papers in oonnec j lion with the elections in Cockburn and Peel .Shir**? havo been postod to ratepayers. rn , the Interests ot both shires we would urge every ratepayer to record his or ln>r vow, as lc is the one opportunity they have in every three years of deciding who shall ooutrol the destinies of the shirts*. The procedure is simple, as will be seen on reference to the instructions. First mark a cross in the square opposite each cundidate they wish elected (they MUSH' vote for two), then gum the edges together as directed. They then sign the declaration below, in the presence of a witness, who must he a ratepayer, a J.*'., or the Returning Officer or his substitute. The paper is thou enclosed in the stamped envelope, addressed to the Returning Officer, utid posted in time to reach Tamwortli hy the 123th instant. Ratepayers corniug to town might find it convenient to sign the declara tion at the shire offices.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

THE WEATHER. I Rain continued to fall throughout Thurs day night and yesterday morning up till about 10 o'clock, when the sun shone out. and'continued to break through the murky clouds during the day. The number of points registered up to 3 a.m. yesterday, for Tamworth, was 12-1, making a total of 2S4 points since the beginning of the year. When writing the sky was overcast, and there was every indication of a further downfall. Up to 9 a.m. yesterday the fol lowing reports were recorded at the post office:—Barraba 1 If. points, Bendemeer 30. Bingara 210, Boggabri 12, tllen Innes 100, Clunnedah 7S. Manilla 1S0. Millie 34, Moree 45. .Muswelibrook Bo. N'arrabrl 32, Nundle 140. Singleton G6. Tamworth 124, Quirindi 190, Warlalda 257. Yetmau 255.

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THE COMING LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

the coming local government elections. To til© trflttor. Sir.—Ifc is much to be regretted that the people are lacking interest in the forthcom ing hocal Government elections, both in' municipal and shire, for the comiug contest is fraught with a great amount of responsi bility, a responsibility that it is to be hop?d the raepayers will realise before tJie coming contest is decided. The tendency towards uinfication is rapi'l fy Increasing, and the weaker we make tlie governing powers of the State Parliament, the greater w« make the responsibilities of t3ie local governing bodies, and the greater that responsibility the greater will be the re sponsibility thrust on the shoulders of tbo electors in eleoiug their aldermen und shire romts*illnr<t Therafore. we are now on the threshold of groat responsibility with regard to local government. Another great fuotor concerning local government is dealing with the roada iu the cloeor settlement urea, nn outlay that we are only now b...

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