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

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Tamworth.—St. Nicholas' Church, Mass every Sunday at 7.80 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, Baptism and Churchings every, day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday, January ID. bundle.—Mass at 9„ ' . • . Bowling Alloy Point.—Mass at 11. \ Attunga.—Mass at 10. . Verv Rev. Dean O'Neill, V.&. . .Rev: W. A. Mullins. . Rev. T. A. O'Brien.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLOODS. THE FLOOD AREA. TAMWORTH INCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

FLOODS. I THE FLOOD AREA. TAMWORTH INCLUDED. In reply to an inquiry by wire yesterday afternoon, as to whether Tamworth was In the probable flood-fall area, the Govern ment meteoroligist wired that the probable flood area had moved to the south-eastern districts.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ^ < Sunday, January 15. TamwortU.—11 a.m., Mr. Clarence Page (St. Andrew's College, Sydney); 7.30 p.m., ••Reform," Rev. James Cosh. Currabubula.-r-3 p.m., Rev. James Cosh;' - - '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Manilla District. Sunday, January 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

.>... Manilla District. ' ; Sunday, January isth. ' • v\ 1 Manilla.—7.30 p.m. (Supply). ■ Xv.1-' Bendemeer.—-11 a.m. and 7.30 plm. Haning.—3 p.m. . .. Glen Barra.—lOtli. , ' Vs' " Retreat.—11th. Aivlie.—14tU. V ' Bungedove.—(Pine Glen), 16th. - •

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METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

J METHODIST CHURCEL " I Sunday, January 15. v? Tamworth.—11 a.m., Mr. R. Harley Jones; 7.30 p.m., Rev. Giles Moore. West TamwortU.—il a.m., Mr. L. kemp thorne; 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. Harley Jones. Attunga.—11 a.m., Mr. W. A. Bourne, Hallsville.—3 p.m., Mr. R. Havley Jones. Winton.—3 p.m.. Rev. Giles Moore:1 Gldley.—11 a.m., Rev. Giles Moore. ■ Oxley.—3 p.m., Mr. W. H. Pryor. Duri.—3 p.m., Mr. D. Bowman. ,s Gowrle.—11 a.m., Mi\ D. riowman. •>'*

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SALVATION ARMY. Sunday, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

SALVATION ATKMY.-. Sunday, January 15. ♦ 7 a.m., Knee Drill; .11 a.m.-, Holiness; 3 p.m., Free and easy; 7.30 p.m.',:Salva tion. meeting, conducted by Brigadier Jago. .

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

THE WEATHER. 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 9 a.m. yesterday, for Tamworth, was 124. making a total of -284 points since the beginning of the year. When writing the sky was overcast, and there was every indication of a further downfall.' Up to !) a.m. yesterday the fol lowing reports were recorded at the post office:—Barraba 11 n points, Bendemeer 30, Bingara 210, Boggabri 12, Glen Innes 100, Gunnedah 7S. Manilla 150. Millie 34, Mor.ee 45, Muswellbrook 60, Narrabrl 32, Nundle 140, Singleton GO. Tamworth' 124, Quirindi 195, Warialda 257, Yetman 255.

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

LICENSING COURTS. Following is a list of Licensing Courts no tified In tlie "Gazette" for the consideration of publicans', wine merchants' licenses, etc., for the northern districts:—Armidale, Jan uary 20: Barraba, January 12 ; Cassilis, Jan uary 27; Murrurundi, January 27; Scone, January 20; Tamtvortb, January 20; Uralla, January 26'; Walcba, January 24; Warialda, January 20.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] OFF TO THE CORONATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion* of our correspondents.} OFF TO THE CORONATION, To tlie Editor. . Sir,—"Sarcasm is of the devil"—was sure ly exemplified in your "Notes" of the 11th ingt. The sneering allusion to our two Pre miers may pourtray the brilliant intellects of "veiled interests," and the grovelling press, still the "dook," "kerrldge and pair" or robes of ermine do not adequately show the progress o£ democracy." It is not a great stretch of imagination to perceive the ending of "dook," etc., as the old chivalry . is being abolished and the chivalry of labor takes its place, as in the development of true democracy the "higher classes" will be the people who work, "the lower classes,", the dooks and idler who live on the sweat of others—knighthood will only be won in the field of usefulness and toll, and the Com monwealth has conferred that distinction on Mr. Andy Fisher and Mr. -Jim. M'Gowen. The moral and righteous force of a great, cause backed b...

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

SHIRE ELECTIONS. We learn that the ballot papers in connec tion Yritih the elections in Cockbum and Peol Shires have been posted to ratepayers. Tn the Interests of both shires rfe would urge every ratepayer to record his or lier vote, as it is-the one opportunity they have, in every three years of deciding who shall control the destinies of the shires. The procedure is simple, ns will be seen on referouco to the instructions. First mark a cross in the square opposite each candidate they wish elected (they MUST vote for two), then gum the edges together as directed;. Tliey then sign the declaration below, in the presence of a witness, who must bo a ratepayer, a J.sf., or the Returning Officer or his substitute. The paper is tl>en enclosed in the stamped envelope, addressed to the 'Returning Officer, and posted in time to reach Taniwortli iiy the 28th instant. Ratepayers coming to town might find it convenient to sign the declara tion at the shire offices. '

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

SANITATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,—It is to be regretted That Alderman Britten's motion, by which it was sought to have householders supplied with sawdust or some suitable absorbent for sanitary pur poses, was defeated at Tuesday night's meet ing of the Tamworth Council, more especial ly as, earlier in the evening, the Inspector of Nuisance had reported the occurrence of 21 cases of infectious diseases—11 within the municipality boundary. It can scarcely he 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 first consider ations of the civic authorities. While re cognising that a sewerage system will in all probability be inaugurated at some future time, it should be borne 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 as ...

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

THE COMING LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS." To the Editor. Sir.—It is much to be regretted that tlie people are lacking interest in the i'orthcom J ing Local Government elections, both in municipal and shire, for the coming contest is fraught with a groat amount of responsi bility, a responsibility that it is to be liopod the raepayers will realise before the coming contest is decided. The tendency towards unification is rapid ly Increasing, and the weaker we make the governing powers of the State Parliament, the greater we make the responsibilities of •file local governing bodies, and the greater that responsibility th© greater will be the re sponsibility thrust on the shoulders of the, electors in eleoing their aldermen and shire councilors. Therefore, we are now on the threshold of groat'responsibility with regard to local government. Another great factor concerning local government is dealing with the, roads in the closer settlement area, an outlay that ,we are only now beginning to...

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

-" IHTER-B1STRICT NEWS. nai:i:ai;iu. A few days » ^liUl.n' hoy about, lour /■iiis-ni n:w. iMitl mill nlyAl'r. ami Airs. K. ( <>imu, ur.' :-N«yi-.-ihfi, wa.s\>lh.viii^.' in the* M i(.1.-6 at the side of the ''Aj^iy' iind H"\t, to the electric 1 lu.ilt'Sjiiri s-iwiilill works oi Air. A. "H. St.allord." \YhiIo iIimik an the litllo cbap. wns hadlv." si'iildcd on htiLIi loot !>-.•■ sLcjiin (Jiiuitiii'4 Ironi a' pipe.that carries sr.oanivinfo the "street fromthe bailor of the englrife' at Air. Stafford's works. The little sufferer lins ^ano through groat- agony. On Tuesday morning last ht St. I'rancis Xavier's Church; Narrabri, :i quiet wcktiup; waa celebrated by tlwj Rev. Katlicr Tionayne, when Air. .lohn (inodyer, of 1 'Thurubro Collarenebri-road, was united in holy bonds tt) Alias AI. Viqueray, formerly ol' Tarn worth, aJld "("far rtimo time past residing at Narrabrf; Tlu- Uev. Father Romiyne couduct ed tilt) marriage ceremony. The bride, who • was given away by Mr....

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

I A. Brownscombe, j ' ' .VETERINARY SURGEON, ! TAMWORTH. V 1 ' 06. THE following it the Amended Scale of Fees for Attending Hots63 and the Supply of Drugs per ' Annum, {or a fixed Fee:— '£ 8. d. Not exceeding 6 head ........ 1 1 0 Exceeding. 5 head, not exceeding 15 2 2 Exceeding 15 head, not exceeding 25 8 3 Exceeding 25 head, not exceeding 35 4 4 Exceeding 3G head, not exceeding 45 5 5- t) Numbor of horses to be stated and Fees paid in advance. A Slileago Fee of 1/ per mile for each visit, is charged to subscribers.* The first two miles not charged for. Horses and Live Stock Insurod at Lowest Rates. ■ Oastoratinp single colt, 10/; in numbers, not-uecawanly the Game owesr, 6/ pet bwda v-S JO IP-is only the LATEST and CHOICEST 5JK/.£5 //? JEWELLERY 'that are 'FASHIONABLE AT ANY FUNCTION. ■ You can get the Latest and Choicest Styles by sending a Ifine or a Postcard for J. PROUD'S - _j . Post Free to any. Address. Ig SI p iai '.This' Catalogue giv"? you The Latest Creations of the 21 ...

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

GLEN7 IXNES. A motor, car service has commenced from Glon Iuiios to Grafton. The fares are £2/10 each way. It will bo remembered that somov weeks back Mr. V. Healoy was seriously injured whilst engaged milling at EmmnviUe, which has rendered liim almost an invafid. He re cently proceeded to Sydney with his brother (Mr. Jas. Heaiey) to consult a specialist as to the nature of his injuries.

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

GTJXXEDAH. Mr. M. P. McKeon, of "Mountain View," New Mexico, Manilla district, has been no nrinatetl for B Riding, Liverpool Plains Shire, uikI'kIso for A. Riding of Mandowa Shire, Mntulfa,. Interest iji tlie forthcoming triennial elec tions is gradually increasing. So far as we can ascertain sis of the present aldermen will seek.re-election, the other.three—.Messrs P. A. O'Neill. G. K. Hicks, and J. B. Pole, feaving made np their minds not to face the tnusic again. Mr. Pole is likely to leave town shortly, business pressure prevents Mr. Hicks, while Mr. O'.Xeill (who has done splendid service, extending over something like 20 years, in his capacity as alderman to the ratepayers) finds he cannot give tho attention necessary to the position owing to beijit; some distance from town. 'Rumor lias it that, including the sis sit ting aldermen, there will he eight other-can didates, making u total of 11, out of which 9 are to be chosen.

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

MANILLA An exciting runaway took place boforo breakfast on Monday morning. Mr. C, Byr nes, o£ tlie I.X.L. Balceiy,. was delivering an ! order at a house in Market-street, when a < traction engine frightened the lior.sc, which ' bolted down the lane, carrying the cart over <i steep river embankment. Horse and cart rolled .over the decline, and both landed at the bottom right/ side up. A way went the '.horse- again, lip the river. Tile cart wheel ■ struck a log and overturned. The total damage was a broken strap or two and aji injured board 'which runs along the top of the cart to hol'd th bread in position. . .. On Wednesday, January 4, "Sir. Wm. 1'ay .lor, son of .Mr. Vi\ Taylor, Pine Glen, Car ■ ■roll, , was married to Miss i'lorence S/iape,' ' •'ltlesl; daughter of .Mr. George Snape, 01 Quipolly: ■ Mr. Hamnnil,^Into of Cowra, has been in tow/i this week making arrangements for the production of a second' newspaper in Man illa. He has secured the necessary p/'...

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. AR.MIDAUi. Tho subdivision sale of Stony Batter sta tion, held at Armidale on I'Yidav, was suc cessful. The sales were as follow:— Block 10, of 1280 aero3 (320n c.p., DGOa e.K), £3/12/0 per acre; purchaser, Mr. J. L. Mitchell, or Kingstown. ' Block 11, of 12-I0a UOOa c.p., 700a c.l., 140a, f.h.), £3/SI per aero; purchaser, Mr! J. li. Mitchell. Block Ss, of !H0a (3S0a c.p., 530a c.l), £3/ 3 par aero; purchaser, Mr. Geo. Borry, Tar wonga. Block 9, of 2200 acres (250a c.p., lG50a c.l., 300a f.h.), £3 per aero; purchaser, .Mr. h. Mitchell. Block 7, of 992 acrcs (310a e.p., 642a c.l., ,—Ja f.h.), £2/8 per aero; purchaser, Mr. AY a] tor Flnvs. Block 6, of 1121 acres (315%a c.p., GOu^n c.l., 200a f.h.), £3/S/G per acre; purchaser, Mr. Walter Bays. Block 5, or 1.(03 acres roods (2095a c.p., 39014a c.l., S04'4a f.h.), £3/15 per acre; pur chaser, Air. Walter Hays. Block 4, of 127o acres, f.h., £3/8 per aero; purchaser, Mr. W. II. Carter. Block 2, of 1230 acres U30a c.p., ...

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PEARY'S RANK. WASHINGTON, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

PEARY'S RANK.. WASHINGTON, Tlmrsuny Afternoon. Tile Bill proposing that Con gross thank Commander Peary, and retire liini with the rank of Rear-Aclmiraj, has- been approved by the subcommittee of naval affairs.

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FAMINE IN CHINA. PEKIN, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

FAMINE IN CHINA. PEKIN, Thursday Afternoon. Tn6 famine is i;itonsifyin», and it is re- | porte/1 thousands arc succumbing d»<ly.

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