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

* 2£h Table Glass Oft M.O-NDAY MC ,;a clearance of odd pec regular-stocV we tfill jbffei? that have accumulated 9 Of some ther? are only two or three pieces, out of © •^wtbich you can make a welcome addition to the decorations of A •'.your table. ® 9 We order glassware in large quantities from the @ Jifcest Factories, and it comes to us first-hand at the lowest price © ' • the manufacturer can give. || • _ Our regular prices are always interestingly low, but we ® • intend our Odd Pieces price to be doubly so. © i i i i come AND see, YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED WITH . WHAT YOU FIND, table No. I, all at 3dt ,Table No, 2, aii at 6d. , , STABLE No, 3, all at Is, : SrcOS^rHAf >&fcCASH AND t/S&WES YOU^MNEvj FW. AC or, TRADE/ '^JAMWORTt 9*9® tommmmmmmmmog mml

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

! COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. fits tH-dinar" monthly meeting ot the ) abo?e waalield at the shire office yester- ! Jay. There were present: Crs. J. J . president), Rodgers, Park, Dowe, and Maher. Correspondence was received from tne BeeretaryMoonbi Cricket Club, asking mission to clefri' a portion of the recreation gronnd at Moonbi lor the purpose o£ a . • cricket ground. , Tte-FresMent said he had told the Moon bi peqplelhey could do -what was necessary. H&fflioueht It was a pity the Council had not done something to beautify the reserves ot the shire. He would like to see every littrt centre in the shirs with a. recreation ground,1 and he thought that people w ho were witting to do anything to improve these reserves ^should be encouraged. Forthst reason he gave these people per f mission to Improve the ground so that cricket. could be played there. Caaaemor Haher thought that the mat ter oR,-planting ornamental trees and im proving- the recreation reserves oug^t to he B8Ue'iti...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL CRICKET. COMPETITION GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

L0C8L CRICKET. COMPETITION GAMES. Dull weather prevailed for the second day's piny of the competition match be tween the Royal Standards and the Albions. The latter team having lost live wickets for 272 runs on the previous Saturday, declared their innings closed. A very poor stand was mado by the Royal. Standards, only S"i runs being complied in their first innings. The only man to make any sort of a score, lie [;a»e two or three contributed 'J7. lie gave v#o or three chances, but on the wholq played a very fair innings. With the ilrst Innings o*ly realising 85 runs, it was necessary for the Ahions to follow on. In their seconfl attempt, they did still worse, making o*' t>" GO runs, Hop kins being the top scorer < Jt.li 21 runs. The howling for the wi»- ors was confined chiefly to Steele (7 for -1G| Sexty (4 for 35), Leathley (2 for 24), and k.elly (2 for 2S). | Following are the scorifs:— ALBION'S.—First Innings. E. H.vman, not out .. .. 225 C. Kelly, b J. Tribe 2R P...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. (Before Mr. Edwards, P.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. tBeforo Mr. Edwards, P.M.). John Poacock was churned with having in sufficient lawful means of support. The police asked for a remand, tlo was remaudixl till tli« 19th instant. Micliaol Ryiui pleaded not guilty to a similar charge. Const-able 0' Hanlon deposed that he ar rested accused in l'eel-strcet about 3 p.m. yesterday. Ho had seen accused about the town tor the last 3 weeks, but had never seen liiin do any work. Frequent complaints had been mado of his begging money in the street., and witness cautioned him about it last) week. Ho saw accused accosting men this weelc, and again cautioned liim. On this occasion accused said he was going to leave the town, but there, wore no signs of his doing so. Accused had no fixed place of abode Witness lodged him in the lockup on the charge set down against him. To accused: X saw you yesterday accost ing a man named Smith in Peel-street. I afterwards spoke to the man, and h0 told mo you ha<] as...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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The Dashwoods. Chapter V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

The' Dash woods. ::t." . l miihur of "On our Scicc tlon». ■ ^l". Nfe.v Selection," etc.,' etc.) » t 1 Ohu]>loi' V.~-(ConUnuc<I.) ■ .■ ■ .' All ah. Mall word!," lie exclaimed, ,, sowing'liold.ol- t|io grout comis-el's extended . - liniitl,* "All, wcr,' <in th* jury mice, when yow ... .were. detention' th' yresosiers.'' Hr.Iristcr Portland s eye began to sparkle V, ith the ^ !uw oi professional pride. "Indued," ho said; "when w.i.s that, .Mi-. Dasliwood :j" . Old John (inv0 him the day and date, ond tho name of the prosidin« ji!<: ;i, 'llnd those of the prisoners, wrih a few remarks thrown in oil the personal , iconvenienco Uo himself j underwent during a busy harvest time to ! attend tlie assizes. Air, Portland remembered the sittiucs, and <dl its attendant circumstances and triumphs perfectly. , t Qh) by jove. ves.'' ho{observed, turning with enthusiasm t<> Iiis lou.s coated compa-.i ,ioD. I defended six prisoners that...

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

Owing to continuous rain Iuveteil raced Were postponed till Meftxday and TueSdMy. - Between one and two thousand bags ci wheat are being sent into thie Temora rait, way station daily. : - ■ Since 1900 Germany has borrowed £140,000,000. , The Redistribution of Seats Bill- was , strenuously opposed in the West Australlju* Assembly, but the second reading was carv ried by 26. votes to 20. German diplomats are accused. In RusSla. or publishing an untrue version of rucmft negotiations with a view to sowing mistrnat -of the Triple Alliance. . . Mrf W. H. Potts, Principal oC Hawkesbn^r. Agricultural College. said that with a twtfB ed rural population our lasting prosperity was assured"', ' \ The King will open the Imperial Parlia ment in person on Monday, February 6. : The Federal Treasury has issued Austra lian notes to tlie value of about £5.000,009. "A very small proportion has so far been re deemed. • It transpired that when the WarataU W83 ■ built at Glasgow it was considered unsafe t...

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

JJil.VM", • CY>m>_trr Viviors, Super Board. u+'i'lenre, fmntirg lioaoli, i', moderate. MRS. i. Esplanade, Manly. i-Iikv '''.nh -'!1;'■ wlim-f, moderate. MRS. (.'lomi/r, \Vc:J T)Klfi}*>■" — A. F, MASON h»« rcinovui £V ilsnrs lower down and opened tbs up tii-ilitii' ".Slurs nod Sfripae" Saloon, riijiit i.(.pfisi!i< Ffscntt. Lid. A CARD. Ml. A.'C. nOLT }J.« rtffi/CCDi-wl prortU'c, a ml ni.iv bo con stilu.il n| Ins house m (_'A I! I'll AC! K STREET, lately occupied by Mr. JOS. HARRIS. Mrss Sue ah an (Tii.-.Hitfr of r;:uiororU), (fill ^jrouimcnca tuitioi in Johnson's Cham 3er$, Pccloircet, on MONDAY, lGtl) Inst. ; Miss Pearle Bambury Teacicr. of. Piano. iSing'ing, < anil- Elocution, will rewire pupils alter January 31. Appointments may ('a made with Mr. J. C. Uunio, J'eel-street. . LILY M. WISE. T TEACHICU OF OIL and COLO It PAINTING, STENCILr LINO. and POKER WORK. Studio: "ROl.VAIUU,' WIIITE-ST. Peel Shire Ejections. TO THE ELECJ'OliS OF RIDING A. Ladies :...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. January, 11, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

BAPTIST CHURCH. January, 11, 1911. Tamwortli.—11 a.m., Mr. J. Ford. Philip.—11 a.m. „ Bective.—3 p.m. Tamwortb.—7.30 p.m., Pastor H. L. Prit chnrd.

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A MARK TWAIN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

A MARK TWAIN STORY. "Bad as they have made roe out sincc I left here," said Mark Twain on one of his visits to Hannibai, the Missouri town in which his boyhood was spent, "I waut to say that I never stole anything, no mat ter how many scrapes I got into. I expect the reason you folks have been slandering my memory during my absence is because of this part of my boylvood history. One day a crowd of us boys wanted to go down to the island to play buccaneers or something like that. It was necessary to have a boat. There wevo all sorts of skiffs along the river front, but we were too hottest to borrow any of them. You see, they were chained to stakes and padlocked. "While looking around wo observed a mariner coining down the river in a low rakish yawl of the kind .pir ates used. He tied it to a stake and went up to town for n load of bilgf water. We conld easily liavo taken his boat without his knowing a thing about it. Hut we nere not that sort. All of us went to Sunday-school— when we...

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

WANTED at once, a Smart Boy. Harvi son, Chemist, Peel-street. ANTED.—Smart, rtspectaWe boy, for office. Apply P. G. Smith and Co., "Where Biz Buzzes, Tawworth. "V\7'AN'EKD.—Situation as General, in ' ▼ sma.ll1 family, country preferred. R.F., this office. LOST.—One Galah Parrot; rtward on re turning same to Royal Hotel. A VACANCY for a well-educated youth as an apprentice. Exceptional opportun ity. Harvison, Chemist, i'eel-street. NEAR TAMWORTH.—900 ewes, 4 and 5 years, sound mouths, shorn September, with about GOO Lincoln lambs at foot, 2 to -1 mouths old, a splendid lot of ewes and lambs. Price, 7/0 for ewes, lambs given in. Owner will sell fair run, and think give 3 months' bill. Frank Wyndham, Tamwortli. Municipality of Tamwortli APPLICATIONS FOR CARTER. Applications aro invited up to 12 o'clock noon of Friday, 20th instant, from persons willing to carry out the above duties. Wages, 9/0 per day. Applicant to provide approved horse, dray,.4 harness, ;md driver. Particulars at Cou...

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ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

7" ALL OVER tHE STATE. (l^rom 'Exchanges.) ■ Mr. Cornish, oncc a public school teacher m ramworth, Is now inspector oC Maitland district. Tho people of Blayney decided to hold some musical and elocutionary contests, and of course money was required to carry out the idea. » » • • • Instead of going round town taking up -subscriptions, the promoters issued £1 de bentures, and in 75 minutes sufficient coin was in sight. > ; • • • V*— The anti-soft drink movement is not to go to sleep in Grafton disw'ict. Those who .distinguished themselves in the recent con tinuance-no license battle have received presents from the Clarence Liberty Leagne, , tvhiQh will affiliate with the United L.L. • # ♦ • • After 50 years' residence in Grafton, dur ing ■which she was'' Mayoress, Sirs. H. Maurice decided to go to Sydney, so her ; lady friends invited her to afternoon tea, tooTc her on-a river-excursion, and gave her ' » souvenir. Three new high schools are to be estab lished this year, for the stu...

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Parochial District of Nundle. Sunday, January 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

I Parochial District, of Nundle. . ; / ' I { Sunday, January 15th.- ' : = I Bowling Alley Poini.—11 a.m. Hanging Rock.—3 p.m. Nundle.—7.30 p.m.

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Parish of West Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

Pariah of-West Tamworth. Janary 10.—Second Sunday after Epiphany. West Tamworth.—St-. Paul's 8 a.m., Holy Communion,- the Vicar; H a.m., jVlat-r tins and Holy Comnmtiion, the Vicar; 7.30 p.m., Evousong, Mr. AVm. Powell: Westbrook.—2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 3.15 p.m., Evensong, the Vicar. Diiri.—(Mr. Payne's), 7.30 p.m., Evensong, the Vicar. Gofinoo Gobnoo Road.—3 p.m., Evensong," Sir. "Webb. ' Goonoo Goonoo.—7.30 p.m., Evensong,' Mr, Webb.

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

WEATHER FORECAST. ' South to ©net wilida, taoileratlug, but rain f-ontinvthlfi owr the south-eastern quarter uml uloiig the coast; tine in the north ac4 for we;t. ^

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

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. " Parish of East Tamworth: - January 15.—Second Siindiij' after Epiphany. TaniworW).—St. John's, 8 a.m. (H.C.); 11, a.m., and 7.30 p.m., Kev. Arthur ,John .; .stoue, . ' '■ '" | . Limbri.—St. Barnabas',' 10.30 a.m..i(H.C.), li-ev. dive Dickens. ■ "V.".-: . ; Moonbi.—St. Andrew's, 3 p.m., Rev* Clive. • Dickens. Nemingha.—All Saints', 7.30 p.m., Rev. Clive Dickens. Old Moonbi.—Sunday School, 11 a.m. Moonbi.—St. Andrew's, 'Sunday: School, 3 • pm. Tintinhull, 7.30 p.m.,. Mr. Osborne Brown.

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

BOWEL COMPLAINTS JJvJ CRtLDRKNV The most successful ivu<<Uelne In use for bowel complaints lu ohlldren is Chamber lain's CnUo, Ohulorn, and Diarrhoea Rem edy. U can always be depended upon to eufo ilarrhoen and dyaentry. This pre paration lias been in constant use IW nearly 40 years, and has met with unlferafl nuccess everywhere. Sold by nU and storekeepers * •• ,j

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

Began with a Little Pimple—Itched andiSpread Till Whole Head was Raw—Hair Fell Out in Bunches. —Suffered Three Years and Cure. . Seemed Impossible. ^ . IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND EASY CURE BY CUTICURAi "My disease started with a llttlo pim plo on my head. Then it began to itch. The more I would scratch, tho worse it grew until it spread all over my head.. , So. I .went, to-the doctor. I continued, his treatment tor soma timobut, finding no results/1 decldedxto change and try some other remedy; Little warts began, to grow on my head. I would wash it' every day but it grew as raw a3 a piecc.of beef and 'my hair commenced to fall- out in bunches. So I changed doctors.fcTliis doctor prescribed a wash and a salvi ^My head at this time was so sore I could not touch it.-. Alter trying several doctors and many patent .medicines, nothing, would euro it and I lost much time from work, e • <■> "Then I decided to go to the hospital. Several doctors wero called in to look at it, and afte...

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"UNDERGROUND" HERO. KILLED WHILE TRYING TO SAVE A COMRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

"UNDERGROUND" HERO. KILLED WHILE TRYING TO SAVE A COMRADE. Mr. Troutbeck, tlie, coroner for Westmin . ster, held an inquiry into the death of John William Whitehead, aged 54, a foreman en gaged on the Wealeyan Centenary Hall, now being erected near Westminster Abbey. "Whitehead," said Mr, Troutbeck- after ; the inquiry, "was a man of high character, who lost his life in an attempt to save, the ! life of another.' It was a gallant deed. I I have not had a case like it before. If an , application is made for the presentation .of , a commemorative medal from the Carnegie ■ Heroes' Fund to his widow I will. endorse ; it. Whitehead acted with remarkable cour i age and without hesitation. It was a. wonder-. ■ ful deed for a man of his age." i It appeared that Whitehead's splendid act ■ was performed on Saturday afternoon at St. James's Park station of the Underground I Railway. William James Hart, a carpenter, j also employed on the hall, van very quickly 1 down the steps to the, station ...

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

THE PASTORAL INDUSTRY. 'Hip pontarnl Industry of >\c\v South Wales WHS stnriiul with 1 bull, 1 cows, 1 calf, 1 htill]Ion, H lmires, 3 foals, 29 sheep, pi^% a ml a few <;oats. Tliero aro now (KHjt84 horses, 3,027,727 cattle, 46,202,!V?§ and 237,84S) pigs. Sinco 1891 \h?> •-he^p liavo dim inished in UU'My.'V- W tlw; extent of over l",028s8fl$. utvI'VVH^ t!io figures for the t'Vo considerably better than thiwti'.for any intermediate year during tliaV poriod. Swino have also decreased, but 0'1? other classes of stock- show increiiHW—Iwwtfi 135,137, and cattle SOS,889, TlwWfi iueiease in the number of will probably conic as a surprW" ^ <hu public, tlio great ma jjorjly. \v(imu n\h> under the impression tiliat ilia l|(!V8»brcodinii industry has suffered con i.itlerably with "tile march of the mot(\f\v' The chief decrease in sheer, has been i?i, tliif Western district, wliei'o tl'n ravages ait drought are fel|j t\\vv^ .keenly.

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AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST NEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST NEED. (•Specially written for "Tho Daily Obsorvor," by uH.n). Wo aro all agreed that, if Australia is going to maintain the ideals of her people, it is tiimo sLo lias taken more serious stops to obtain a sure and steady stream of immi grants into tho Commonwealth. At present, wo aro only tinkering with tho question, and the wnsto places nro crying out for settlement. Practically our whole population of nearly 5 millions only fringes the coast* lino of the continent, so tli0 opportunity for a statesman is a great one. Australia/ in fact, stands badly. 5n need of a man who will grasp tiho significanco of tho situation and tlio needs of the moment. What makes tho j position so much worse is that we nro all tho time being compared with Canada, lyhieli is increasing lior population at the rato of hundreds of'thousands a year,, for during the Canadian fiscal year, 1909-1910, ' her total immigration numbered nearly- 209, 000, and in six years she had'added a mil lion p...

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