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LAND TAX. FORMS READY THIS WEEK. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

LAND TAX. FORMS READY! THIS .WEEK. MELBOURNE, "Wednesday* , Tlio Commissioner for the Federal Tax, Mr. G. A. McKay, osjjfioJj tibtfawjik forms and instructions to land -WW**. MjPI lie available at all post office^ about -thgjfcy of this week. Form A, which Telatel to LMp in one State' only, will be obtainable atl^g|£g post office; but any taxpayer requiring. "B,- which relates to lond-in mgfs tjuin ggf State, must apply for the same by addressed to the commissioner or orife deputy commissioners in the capitate. : I Returns must be in the hands of the missioner by March 1. It is expected the assessments will be issued about 21. Tho tax will be due and. payable: Mb May 21, and must bo paid under penalty ijf a fine within one. month of that dato. * < '

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

STATE BRICKWORKS. 1 The details of . the projected State brick works are expected by the Minister for Works (Mr. Griffith) to he ready for sub mission to the Cabinet in a few days, when definite action will be taken. , " Two sites are now being; tested with dia mond drills to determine which of them is the more suitable. The Minister has had investigations car ! ried on during the last couple of months by I Mr. S. E. Hutton. In .the course of his work Mr. Hutton went to Melbourne to see the largest brickworks there. "Mr. Hutton is a builder and contractor, and is well ac quainted with the manufacturer of bricks," said the Minister, "and he reports that there is very little to-be learned from the Mel bourne works. He says that the plants there are about on a par with the best in Sydney, but that even then they are not really up to date—that, in fact, we have better than their best. He was particularly pleased with the sand-lime bricks made in Melbourne; they are better than he has se...

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

Not. a quack pure-all. but 'nn absolutely] sure bloodmaUer—XEMXA' TOXIC.*

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LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, Chairman, and Mr. W. H. Leak.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

licensing court. (Before Mr. 0. A. Edwards, Chairman, and Mr. W. II. Iieal;.') ■ ' * A colonial wino license was. granted to G. j A. JI. Nanliervis. Mr. W. F. Tribe for the applicant. ' ' , ' ' Mahomet Sprang was granted a collector's license.

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FROM NEW ENGLAND TO THE COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

FROM NEW ENGLAND TO THE COAST. A public meeting at Casino; convened by the Mayor, was held on Wednesday night to consider 'the appointment o£ delegates to represent the town in a deputation to wait on the,Minister for Works at the end of the month to urge the construction of the In verell-Gleri Innes and Tenterfield-Casino rail way lines,. and the making of Byron Bay into a deep-sea port. The matter was left in the hands of the council, which will act in co'-bperation with the Lismore Chamber of Commerce and other bodies. One speak er pointed out that within 90 miles of Casino, 011 the tableland,, chaff and potatoes as good as any grown in Australia had to be brought 1200 miles by rail and sea, Which would be obviated by the construction of the Ten terfleld railway. At the meeting it was also decided to establish a local Chamber_of Com merce, to continue the agitation on that and other matters of importance to the district.

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LAND TAX DECISION. THE LEGALITY OF EVASION. WELLINGTON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

LAND TAX DECISION. —— 1 THE LEGALITY OP EVASION. WELLINGTON, January 6. Judgment in two eases of great interest and importance was given in tho Supreme Court on Wednesday by Mr. Justice" Coop er. Tlie circflmstances will have a special interest for Australian readers, inasmuch as tliey shed a ray of light on some of the re-' suits o£ the system o£ graduated taxation of land. The cases wer0 brught by the White vock Estate Company and the Jlarainanga Estate Compny against the Commissioner of Taxes, tho plaintiffs successfully claiming for refund of tax money paid. The cases are identical in their main features. The facts in one case were:—In 1003 >Ir. G. D. Greenwood, owner of tho Teviotdale sheep station, in Canterbury, agreed to pur-, chase from Mrs. Henry Xicholls 'the White rock station, also in Canterbury, for £75,000, and the stock, etc., on the run, Tor £25,000. As tho law provided for payment of gradu ated tax on.tho two properties TTeld by tho one person, Mr. Greenwood, ad...

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

fP"®? ■. SEfl 'A :tyS$^WG9, tears • ftesa ■ /-.r.;y:\ - ysss- tlli-- ^0% ^s- «& e&s& eId ' dlLifiibEii^iJara!^m jr^s: In the Fair. or.s Hi.inl.cr liivcr D's'riet. r f, >i >/, - r - - ',\ , m >\) f c tf x , % > ■30,do®-'Acres cet into 100 Farm Blocks of from 100 acres .4© ,2450 Acres.] pairy Farms, Mixed Farms, I for. Private i Grass Country, >r^V„ ■ - :■on x ' Real Eusy Terms. Vineyards, Orchards. * f' p »* *« ? // * Farms that wiM for themselves on these easy terms. tories not far away (rail freight'only fd^pcSl* gallon). Permanent Water Everywhere. ' ' Rainfall 29 Inches. Dairy Jbiams, <£4-10s to £8 10s per acre; REAL EASY TEIL^IS{^DOR WA'RrfS'io percent, down, l-Sper cent. March 15th, 1911; 5 ,percent. March 15th, 1912; 5 per cent. March I5th, 1913. Balance in 14 equal half-yearly pay Dairy Fawns, £4:10s to £8 10s per acre; Grass Country for dry and young stock, £8 to <£4 15s per acre., R WA'N^S'iO percent. down, l-Sper...

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

THE DANGER-OF ANAESTHETICS. Duririg' the past month the number of deaths from drugs administered- for surgical operation purposes has . been noticeably largo; So much lias this been the case that a coroner in another State has drawn public attention to the matter. It Is note worthy also that the majority of the victims have been women. The Ladles' College ot Health Btlll continues Its campaign against operations on women,, knowing full well the great danger and' risk. The College puts forward a Treatment that in numberless I cases makes operations entirely unneces sary. Those who would like to know more about this home treatment should write to Dept. T, Ladles' College of Health, 177 Liv erpool-street, Sydney. Enclose 2d. with your' letter, and a descriptive book will be sent you free.* BOWEL COMPLAINTS IN CHILDREN. The most successful medicine In use for bowel complaints in children Is Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Rem-' edy. It can always be depended upon to care di...

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CHARGE OF LOITERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

CHARGE OF LOITERING. V.'f Polco v. Wm. White and John Seymour, • loitering. Mr. It. J. (D'Halloi-an appeared for both defendants, who pleaded not guilty. Both cases were talcsti together by consent of t<ho parties. Constable Lavelle deposed: About 6.45 p.m. on the 26th December, I saw defend ants on the footpath in front of the Great Northern Hotel, Peel-street. .They were in company of tw<J Others, strangers. I heard White say something about fighting a ten stone man.. I said to White, "Who's talk ing all the fight , bete." He replied "I am doing a bit ol it." I then said "I don't want any disturbance here, the two of you must move away." Seymour replied "I won't, I'll stay as long as I like, you can't shift me." Tile two strangers then walked away, but defendants remained. I returned in 15 minutes, on tllfe opposite side of the street. They werfe still1 there. Their pre. sence on the footpath would. cause incon venience. They were in the centre of the footpat...

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POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M., and Mr. W. H. Leak, J.P.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

POLICE COURT. (Before Mr, 0. A. Edwards, P.M., and Mr. '• ' W. H. Lealc, J.P.V THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. Tli© police proceeded by summons against Charles-Mnr.phy, -who pleaded 'guilty, to u charge of indecent behaviour in White-street-. ■In reply to.the P.M., who asked him why I l'o-ilid-nut ro into the hotel, he said it was Sunday uhd.lw.was.afr.ald to go on licensed proraist?3. The P.M. inflicted a tine of 5/, \fr*th-Cj costs of court,. ' "Hi© poticQ proceeded against Evic Dunker tey< lor "language." Three charges were pioFcrred against him, to all of which Mr. O'Hullorati, 011 behalf of defendant, pleaded giiilly. Mt\ O'Hnllovan said, in extenuation1, that defendant was a respectable young fellow . hit had been drinking and got into bad com pany.. .Drink was the cause of the offence, olhcwUe Jio always behaved decently. • Defendant was lined iiO/ and 0/ costs of flkwrt. in two cases, and 40/ and 0/ costs in tl'Mtyid. ... . UIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. Arthur Giles was summoned for r...

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

Esigpcgsment JFSScijgs. IF you are engaged don'l fail to liavo n liitig to noinmonioiato thn.fuct., A Ring is most appropriate us a token of love, ad miration, and friendship. OTOl STOCK OF KINGS embraces .ill the latest designs. Particularly a Ring with Diamond and Vtu\>y or Sapphire, with beautifully ruatchod stones, at Qssmter IBrog., Watchmaker and Jowellera. Richard J. O'Halloran, , Solicitor. Proetor, and Attorney, Peel-street, Tamworth. flifinn- Garvin and Cousons' Buildings. Trust Funds to lond on approved Freehold Beourities. jowl AMBERG'S New Coach and Waggon Factory. Now ideas, new work, new and best paid staff, all competent and first-class trades men, with own experience of 23 years in Germany, {South Africa, and Australia, .Best (xiaclibiiilder'd-.plant in Tamworth, all driven by ohxiiarcity, enables- nio to execute the; very Ixsit work at rensonablo prices, on shortest*-notice^ Ail work under my special supervision-. -Fiistj-class shoor employed to attend to ?hors&...

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

BINGARA. li.erfc Saunders, an employee of Cooringoo. station, met with a serious accident last t _fc-:;iln.y morning. He went out to run in ■ . .u.i! stack, mounted on a mare lie had con •'V:..::litv ridden for three years, and lie was ' iii.ii.u near the yards shortly afterwards ly-' unconscious with.his face badly smash • < .i. It is Tiot known whether tho mare threw "l.i:u and 1 kicked Kim, or wlrothor she fell i .'.il iuWar dislodging Em tixjrl on his face. ■ iJ0 way brought in to tho hospital, where l.e lies in (serious condition. CM iinn Edwards, who h«s knocked about Tiw lJin^ara for" tho past 3U or -IU years, v.T.j i'i:U'.i(l dead,- in his e;unp last Monday v.'c'*'.■ "old 'follow had been niling for' )>»:«. a:ict wus recently tui irimnto • of tjio; local hospital. As tlit'iv who no suspicious riivunisljuices Mi!Toim(liii£ the Vleath, foho Coroner d(»ci(h'cl tn <lispciisp with ««j u uu\\u*st. fY\w oM. Hum's votnnins were ! Iwniyl. hy t-lij? liei^hhuui...

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SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING, .• FIXTURES.' January. 14—Heddon. J.C. Races. . ,H—Victoria, Park Races 14—Warwick Farm Races. 14—Heddon Greta Races; 1 ?• 18—Burrowa R.C Meeting. IS—Bombala J.C. Races. ; ' 1Wollongong J.C. Races. ' • ; ' 15—Victoria Park Races. . • 15. 19—Bingara Races. ')■ 111, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. !!1, 26—A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting, : 21—Krawarree Races. 23, 24—Barraba T.C. Moeting. •'*" • 25—Wallsend J.C. Races. - 25—DenUiquin V.L.J.C. Meeting. 25—Kensington Races. 25, 2(i—Bourke Hospital Benefit Meeting, 25, 26—rBathurst T.C. Races. ' ' ' . 20—Bellinger River J.C. Races. 26—Lawrence J.C. Races. '^6—Marengo J.C. R-aces. JC—Reefton Races. £6—Milbulong J.C. .I^aces. Leadvilte R-G. Meeting. 26—CamtoboUn J<C.,Ra«es. ' ' i 26—Major's Cresk^T.C. Races- - "6—BoolaroovBaces. 2G—Qairindi Australian Horse Amateur Meeting. J 26—QaJgety j.e. Races. - JC—Bowra] S.C. Meeting. , 16, 27—Burren Junction Amateur Races. «<j. 27—Glen Innes J.C. Races. ■ 28—...

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WARWICK FARM RACES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

WARWICK FARM RAGES. SYDNKY, Krid-iy. "Martindale" tins: Farm Stakes: Slioal liaveu, Jallab, Glue King. Flying Handicap: Ayreiiue, Hulbrouk, Malt .Mary. Juvenile Handicap: Counterpoise, Mti/. i Hlio, Stephanos. Warwick Farm Handicap: Miss Bobbin, Didus, Tin sel. Three-year-old Handicap: Stratliroyale, Bonnio Mnra, Mai-nghi. Welter: Sir Simple ton, lmdv June. "Early Bird" fancies.—Farm Stakes: M;il lengeen, Miss Lima, Tiio Maze. Klyinij Han dicap. Adjacent, "Savior l'airo, Hulbroak. Juvenile Handicap: Counterpoise, Hnmuliis, Muziatio. AYanvick Farm Handicap: .Blue Fl^er, JSxsul. Miss 13obbin. liiree-year-okl HandicapShockaraa, Stratbrovale, Marn gbi. Welter Handicap: Blue Flyer, Marin Brook, Sir Simpleton.

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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

TRESS TRLEGRAI-'IIIC ASSOCIATION. producTsales. SYDNEY, Friday. A moderate supply of varied produce was submitted au auction before a small atten ! anco of buyers. Competition for potatoes was exceedingly brisk, and prices for prime .qual ity showed an improvement of £1 per ton. Since tlie beginning of the weel; nil"classes have been increased by £2/10 per (011. For age lines were neglected, and sellers bad 'o bp' content with reduced rates, ('half declined U/4, lucerne hay 0/, iye straw 10/, antl oat -u bay 5/ per ton, and w.he'at HI and niais:o J.d per bushel. Choice wlicaten ('half .'Did from 4,l~> to •1/11, prime- ■!/ to -1/2, i;ood it/!), prime oaten !)/0 to ■)/, medium lo :!'(> per ewt. Primo lucerne luty, small bale."., to 3/G; medium at 2/19 per cwl, prime o.itet rack bay -1/, medium rye straw '.1/ per ewt. Lucerne, chaff, onions, and oats were un saleable, Prime chick wheat M'fi, <;oud medium 2/10 per bus'iel: prime local maize !!/f), good (Queensland grain...

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

TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. It was printed in onr last Issue, in an advertisement, referring to donations to ilie • hospital, that Mrs. C. J. Britten, A. 0. J. Britten, Esq., and J. H. Britten, Esq., had each subscribed ten shillings; whereas It should have retid that each gave £15.

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

' CRICKET. In Urn five Ukls, I') ii u I -1! i < I v. Smith Africa, in South Africa last mi, '.lie l<n-;i 1 rnpt:iiti wiim the toss ■ in Ulin til roe lirwt. and the Knglish captain in the two last mutches. South Africa' tvon the first tost match hy IHi mils, tile Second by 9j runs, anj the fourth Dy four wickets. England won the third by seven Y/ieKeU, and. the fifth by nine wic kets. lu, the-sei-ws England scorcd '234'2 runs ' ior-^88,vvnckets, averajyuiy ^U.lil, ;iiid Snuth • •Africa^3453Tot 9G sockets, uveragiuu L'5.55. Roughly; iho-South African Cricket Asso ciation had ■ received about £3000 from the tour up',to the and at thb second test mutch. The toutth and fifth test matches, if favored by tine Woatlibr, -should uttiuct larger crowds at Melbourne and Sydney. In tha prtfSict »i tosts. V. Trumper has scortid 428 runs, W. Bardsley 285, C. Hill 246, W. W. Armstrong lti-', V. Rmis ford'142, C. KvlWiiy 12'", D. K. A. Uehrs ' 113, H. Carter 37, A. Cotter and W...

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GREAT FIRE NEAR WENTWORTH WENTWORTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

GREAT FIRE NEAR WENTWORTH WBN-TWORTH, Tuesday. . A most 'dlsastronsebush lire is-raisin? on the back 'rtnrntry of-the Mallee Cliffs sta tion, the ,j;ecently-acquired property of Messrs,• CtfaiTey, Salmon, and Dunne; also of the Moorara, Tcrfarno, and Cuthero' sta tions, andifthe'adjoining lands known as No Man's-Land. ' •w It was at first thought that all the back country from the bore, near Euston to Arumpo, the back station of Tarcoola. In cluding Prunnle, Frank's Plains, and Tur lee was on fire, and that several homesteads were burnt out, including those of Messrs/ Watts, Bornnan, Weaver, Hippisly. Wil liams, and Barnlield, but telephone com munication proved otherwise. The life is supposed to have started on the Mallee Cliffs .station, about 15 miles straight out back from Mr. David Wicket's' lease-on*ttie Riper Murray. It spread rapid ly on the-right1 as far as the bore n<5ar„ 'Enston, River Murjay, and out back, taking in No jMjuj'p Lanti#and extending towards Arump...

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

BOXING. Bob Wlutelaw -is.-endcav0rtng to arrange - a match with Cyclfiito Tbtimpsoii, and wifiiA that end in view.will loot • the American up when in Sydney to-day. Mr. Victor Breyer, of Paris, has written,; offering .Tack Johnson; £6000 "for his end in a bout with .Teannett'e, in Pai'is (wrote the American correspondent • of the • I" iiondoat "Sportsman" in Decejuber). There were se ven or eight conditions attached to tie' offer, any one of which would provje a, good' excuse for "Mistaii Joliiising" to dedine-flie', purse, although he probably will soon find Paris fur more congenial tliiii" any town' " in the States. Mr. H~. Mcintosh also wrote' the negro, offering hini £3000 for a, bout with Sam Langford'in-London during;Cor onation wcel;^ but this "also was declined, iV is understood, by Johnson,' who lias no par; ' ticular desire to visit England.

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

FOOT RACING. News lilts been rocc-ived tliat a match had been ratified liotween Arthir. B. Postle, and "Msrjor'' A. A. Taylor, to take place at the Jx>rd's Ground. Durban, 011 the evening of January 3. They were to meet in need- over 75,-100, and 120 yards, the winner of two j out of three events staking 76 .per cent, if the llOO' piti'S(» put up by the promoters, Mosmt..' Peatce and Hallantvius ami his opponent's Kido wajior <M £"i0. .1. V. OVmu noil was to'lw- st'ut'M', and tlio articles pro vided Inr hrr»Uiiiji ;*«-n;i|tiev. tin* sr»|»» hnU a tnivi lor fc/wn'_; <n or th« marU i yards*, and one v.ud ttho 100 nud 1-0 yards

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