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MME CURIE [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
MME CURIE . Some discussion has been caused in scien tific circles in Paris, by the decision of Mme. Curie, widow of the eminent discover er of radium arid herself one of the greatest living authorities upon that subject, to offer herself as a candidate for election to the Institute of France, says the "Daily Mail," of November 22. Mme. Curie admits her intention to stand1 for election to the chair left vacant at the Academy ' of Sciences, in the section of general physics, by the recent death of M. Gernez, and she might argue that there is' a special fitness in her candidature, as her late .husband formerly occupied the chair she now aspires to.' It. is believed that it was only on the representation of several Influential mem bers of the Institute that Mme. Curie con. sented to allow her name..to be put down as a candidate. Should the widow of tbt» celebrated scientist bo elected she will be the first woman, admitted to the Institute of Prance.. ' ' ) - The Institute of Prance, fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
' Specialists in nil forms of disease now work through tlio blood. So does NTCMTA TOXIC.*. Waggons, Drays, Spring Oarts. HAVING a wolt seasoned stock' of. felloM and spokes cm hand, I am prepared to build any class of vehicle at lowest pricoa and ob the abort-eat notice. • Bnggies and Snlkies at Sydney Prices, • Plonglis, Harrows, Hay Rakes And nil (arm requisites a speciality. Oar and -8 furrow ploughs being well knofwn throughout* tho district. ENGINEERING.—Repairs of ©very dti criptioto of machinery carried out at the fao tory. Castings, Verandah firaokots, Railings, etc,, made at the factory; also Steel and Iron calt* lnca. . ■ . ■ w _ The oldest established Timber Merchant and Coachbuilder. . W. SILVER and SON, TIMBER MERCHANTS, TAMWORTH. Hard coughs are bad enough, to be sure. But it's often the lit tle, hacking, tickling, persistent cough that means the most, especially when there is a his tory of weak lungs in the family. What should be done? Ask your ..doctor. He knows. Ask...
MAN ON THE LAND. IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
KSAK m THE'LAND. IRRIGATION* (BY UNICORN.);' Tha important subject of irrigation 5s one that has engaged the attention of -the >fjovcrnmer,!r, cf different countries for a very long time, and no iloubt. will continue 10 d&lt;" so wherever the rainfall is such that ;l catiiiot bo depended upon to furnish plant i'le with the necessary moisture during the (..rowing season. That. such a condition of things obtaius . j:i New South "Wales, the man on the land 'tnoe.T, only too well, to his cost; it has been ".irouglii homo io tlio paKtoralipt, the agri — oultur^list., and the fruit grower by many a ''itter and trying experience, and it has come to be pretty well recognised, not 'iierely by the theorist or by the scientist, t but by the practical man of experience ('learly bought in some instances) that the only remedy for a deticicncy of natural moisture in the soil in to devise an artificial means of supplying it—in other words, to rflsort to irrigation. ' : In this connection...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. CABLE INFORMATION. PORTUGUESE SCANDAL. LISBORN, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
NEWS OF THE WEEK, CABLE INFORMATION. PORTUGUESE SCANDAL. LISBORX. Decembnr 27. Twelve directors of the Portuguese Lund and Mortgage Banli have been arrested; I also the trustee of the ban!;, beiior Luciano I Castro, leader, of the Progressissta party. The defalcations are alleged to amount to £400,000. j Senor Castro has long been par iivse*]. : He does not appear at Court,, but is allowed j to remain at home on bail amounting io 30,000.000 francs (. 210(1,000). Pour of his l'riends found the money. The rest of the accused wore admitted to*bail in the sum of .E IOOO each.
ANGLO-FRENCH ENT[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
'I*he "Rapppl" . sUuteii thai of .Mr.. Jjlov&lt;l-Gpm&lt;.'e, Ch:iinvllo! clietjiiHi', in tho British .Mini^ v.v'v"''' ... pmsentcitivt" of tin1 '*.M:itiii"' lias :m\ '"to>'vio\v ani'B pi)Uiil, to a diplomatic ai l. TlicVj. i-x-l ill I'injjjJnnd and Kinim1 tor sumo a rp. i'«K&lt;ii'&lt;Iing tin- Kntoiilo has been alti\ import to ollaiiKi'J! .in tin? intentions of (iriti.-i *'/&lt;?iice ] liiocraoy, ' ' " ' Geori; MY. torview witlr a ro'irosontntivo of Hip said, ill reply to a suji^stinn liv tiloP vic.wer'tliat Franco feared that dmur';'/"'" in-| flicts'would divert Kncland's .ittentM Iatin", natiohal defence, "Britain is soin&• .inter.) rXi.ri[»o' hor domestic affairs eaindv ", ''mi- I lotion lly, and that will in no wise, ~'i from I naval 'expenditure." '° «r waugus .in tin? intentions ot urilisv ••"leiim , racy, hilt Uu> statement of .Mr. j'iK'utJ;s I rge- lias ended tint uncertainty. /'''•"'tivi I Cv. Lloyd-George, ill tile co...
INDIAN NATIONALISTS. ALLAHABAD, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
INDIAN XATrOXAMSTS. ALT,A H A HAD. Dooembor 27. ' I Kislifc hundred delegates attended tile In dian National Congress, which opened hr.ro yesterday. Sir Willim Vt'edderlmrn, I'or utorJU; a Jutl-fi! of Uk- I-lii?li Court of Bom bay",' was'elected President-. XW' liis opening .address .'Jir William Wed dt'ilitirn appealed to tlm ollicials of India to ■ aercpfc the reform policy mif;rndnin^ly, and to semirci. an early repeal of- repressive measures. Sir AV MI in jii - Weddorhui'n warned Indians not to. allow tfl« new soirit of independence to degenerate hint race prejudice. A loni; apprenticeship HasH«ieressai'y helnro India could 'stand alone. \e was confident, thai the Congress wotild,Jf 'v.ide th&lt;. people in a J'""-'KSJ'.r~V>--U—- vjiieiu within the
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
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DR COOR'S REP[?] VANCOUV[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
DR COOR'SKJSHI, ■: v.\\XOU Voider |\l» 0Ot&» r>r\\T ' J/i-l VHI.JUI Wi. fcrrinp, '>» fPole" . '» re; Kow-AorK w "• Irse oi nil interview at 'A., trtugoen. 3"*'denial of Jlr. Ivmicl llas CoolO roac\iStmisIi explorer, that lie (Dr. KasnttispeKf the Pole, declares that Mr. t, sm1*5/ amc llis enem>' because of : liTiuncUlmi'ii^erwl by Mr. ISradley, the DrYsupportcr of Dr. Cool;. i Kns'r°'£' acide(l tllat tl:e !5t0I'.v of Mr. Uitir®011- 'Klst'(' on the testimony of Es ' was gathered at second-hand. ICuiid Uasmussen was a friend of Dr. ■ and believed in his story. When Dr. Bk, kept putting off semliiiK an expedition bring iin account of his two ISskiino com panions ivlio accompanied him to the Xorth Pole, Mr. Kasmusseii wont lijmsplf, found ttlio Esliimo, and got their story. This story showed. that Dr. Cook made a circular ex cursion in a district of the Arctic regions familiar to previous explorers. He did . not strike' further north than Ileibergland, which is £>00 ...
CONSERVATISM IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
CONSERVATISM IN AGRIdUtf, The farmers of to-day belong, as ft rille, I to a different generation and tradition frotn I the men who came to the brink of ruin, or beyond it. in the eighties, and early nine ties. They have partly learnt the leasdn of | adaptability in method and receptivity of ; new ideas. But they still retain, aa a rule, a considerable share of the old impatience of external interference and distaste for change; and there are still too few parts of the country in which it can be said that they "strike one as full of confidence, %ahd vet eager to make use of all the knowledge tier can obtain. —"The Times."