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GENERAL CABLES. PORTUGAL, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
PORTUGAL, Thursday Evening. nana are being considered for a permanent form o£ Government for Portugal 10 be put into effect as soon aa possible. Plans on the Swiss prin ciple it'is expectcd will be adopted. Tha eight existing provinces, it is believed, will govern themselves, wlule a Fedral Govrnmeiit will deal with national affairs, as in Austra lia. LONDON, Thursday Evening. In consequence of gales communication with Calais has been interrupted and trans channel traffic lias been suspended. Wayea were driven inland in some placos to such an oxtonb that cattle were drowned. The Bra zilian steamer Flores, bound for Hamburg, wont .isliore in a dangerous position. The Waliner bush mill is reported nsliore, aud tile schooner Fox was wrecked. LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. The "Times" sovs that many Britishers are led to believ© that a growing demand ex ists in Canada for freetrade, whereas this is not really the practical question there at all. The Westerners stand firm on the ques tion o...
Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS' WIN. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS' WIN,-" ADELAIDE, Tuesday. |. The Test match entered upon its aiiti : day at the Adelaide Oval to-day. When Kellaway and Carter resumed the total was 1S7 for 4 wickets. Carter was caught in the lirs^ over without any alter ation to the total. The vacancy was tilled . by Armstrong. Off five overs, 24 runs were scored. The Australians wanted 115 runs with four wickets to fall,' when. Gehrs appeared. Ex citement knew no bounds .when Gehrs cracked four fourers in five minutes. Arm strong's dislike for googlies is proverbial, and in going out to Schwarz, he was bowled. Macartney, was out llrst ball, and lie now seems certain to lose his place in the team. With the dismissal .of- Macartney an ad journment for lunch was made. .The pro spects of the South Africans was now very bright. After the interval, Gehis quickly fell to a catch at the wickets. The total was £92 for nine . wickets. ' Whitty, the last man, then went in when 86 runs were required, to give the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
OF DOUBLE STRENGTH! i . Wire Mattresses to-day -are not what they used to be. They have improved, and improved, until now we can, show you special designs that will truthfully last a lifetime. Our present Stock, which reached ua early in the New Year, is from Sydney's leading Manufacturers— have strong frames—made by a patented process to prevent warp and stretch. IF YOU ARE FURNISHING OR DESIRE A NEW MATTRESS—SEE THESE. THEY ARE BIG SATISFIERS. * 6ft 6in x 4k 6in, Us 66, 15s, 18s, to 27s 6d „ 3ft 6in, 10s 6d to 16s 6d • 3ft, 10s to 16s ' . Stretchers, 2ft 6in, 10s 6d ■- STOU/J THAT SELLS /OR CASH AND OF TRADE sttANTED, good plain cook, 12/ per weak. fYY Mrs. Hyson, Hotel, Moonm. TXTANTED Girls for the Tamworth Steam | Laudry. WANTED at once, a Smart Boy. Harri son, Chemist, Peel-street. W ~ ANTED, Good General. Apply M Bourko, "Clifton," Peel-street. \X7ANTED.—Competent. General. Mrs. I R. J. O'Halloraii, "The Pines," Car-1 thage-street. WANTED.—Lad for Dairy Farm, must I be good m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
LIMITED. Stock, Property, & Horse Salesmen, tamwqbth:. Have For Sale — s Sheep. . UPPER MANILLA. £400. Wethers, •! :nui years, splendid con dition, shorn October-November. 7/3. cAssillis. 3000 Wethers, 0 tooth otV, Bogamildi bred, shorn early October. S/. NU.NDLE. 3150 "Wethers. 4-5 -pear.*, shorn early Novem , ber, good lot, 7/0. I MANILLA. 3060 "Wethers, U-s tooth, shorn 1st week Sep ' , tember, well bred. 7/G. CUKLEWIS. S00 Wethers, 2 tooth, hand shorn August, beautifully woolled. .S/t!. s TAMWORTH district. 1100 Wetlievs, 1, ij. s tooth, shorn early Aug 'ust, Plains bred. forward to fat. W/U. 1050 Wethers, (i-Slootli, Plumthorpe and ■Nhndle benl. shorn early October. 7/0'. BOO Wethers. *1-5 years, sbroru September, ;■ splendid condition. 7/0. ->M50 Wether a, Oyetirs, Goouoo Cluouoo bred, . shorn eariy September, 700 fat, bal ' ante forward. S/. 2000 Wethers, 4 years, shorn September, Quirirfdi" bred, forward. 7/. E001) Wethers, '1, 0. and 8 tooth, Plains bred, siiocn^...
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. Nathan Cohen and Co., Ltd., report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
MARKET REPORTS. TAMXVORTH. Nathau Cohen and Co., Ltd., report: — Fat Cattle.—Only a small supply to a full attendance of the local trade. The quality ranged from prime bullocks to medium steers and cows; (he supply being well with the requiremeuts.The market opened ' firm at an advance on last week, the closing sales being fully 10/ a head dearer than last ' week. Heaviest yards of bullocks made to , £0/19/. lighter descriptions to £5/10/. We ] sold: Account \V. lveon, "> bullocks at £G/2, . !"> do. at £5/18/, 1 vealer at £1/11/, 1 do. j at £1/9; a/e H. C. Denning, 1 steer at £" , •V. 2 vealers at £J/ti/, 1,heifer at £0/11/, ; 1 do. a.t.S;'£2"/lti, 3 steers at £2/11, •! do. at £2/3;' d/c Estate T. Quick, a heifers at £2 , '&lt;/. S veu.l»?r5j&lt;at £t/2/. j Fat: Sheep.—A^faiKsupply to a full attend- ( ancc of buyers. There was one pen of ' prime quality ewes.1 (ho balance beinj; mcd- I inni class owes with a few lambs. The mar- ; ket was about iwpraV'to last we...
MUSWELLBROOK STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
MUSWELLBROOK STOCK MARKET. Percy Ross reports about 1000 head yard edvon Tuesday to a good attendance o[ buyers who regarded the offering with mani fest indifference. This being the first sale l'or. some time, cattle men were interested to'know how the market would shape. The; \Quality of the yarding was anything but kspecial both asiregards condition and breed ing. l'est bullocks, 4 and 5 years, brought ! (JS r,, do. 4 years, £4/5, do., 3 years, £3/11, sceers, 2V!: years, £2/3, do., 2 years, 33/. Cows»(inferior), £1 to £1/10/, poddies, 14/ »io 19/.
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
Mr, Marsh Little lias been fortunate to secure Miss Myra Gresty, tli0 brilliant Syd ney lyric soprano, for his fareivell concert in the Central Hall, Tarowortfh, on tlie 30th if this month. The public will be surprised ai)4 delighted with Miss Gresty's magnificent voice, which will be heard to great advan, tage in her rendition of the famous "Sha&lt;lo>v Sons" (from "Dinorali")—a perfect piece of vocalisation by this artiste.
JUDGE ON SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
JUDGE ON SOCIALISM, ^ Ill Hngli-awl tlio Surrey Assizes, held in Guildford, Henry Harris, a showman, was vhargod on December 2 with feloniously shooting at Kleileiicl; Gr.\v and Harrv Gray tit i\!it"lluni l'\'iir on August 12. Evidence allowed that Harris had striked out a plO'i of ground which tho Grays wanted for ilieir roAndubouts. Tlie Grays refused to give the prisoner the £8 hp demanded as compensa tion, a^d iianis shot&lt; tho older Gray in the finest and l'is «IU i\\ thu leg. Mr. Justico Gl'autham, ill soiitoncinK Harris to ten Vf.Hi1 jhii):11 vrrvitudo. said this was an ex Itliiple of what wnnhl prevail under Social, ism. There would ho no ownership oi pwv pnrtv, everybody would tit> sein.iuu iirsfr hit they could get hoU\ (ii, mid then som^ body else wouh\ svntt> alon;; and shoot- then* or lich^ \l\eM IV)' it. That would W the Vvisult—tseneral disorder throuflliwut tliecouiv j try.
GENERAL CABLES. BERLIN, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
BERLIN, Thursday Evening. The Zeppelin balloon, Hull, is to be built at Potsdam, near the new palace. The Em peror is interested in the project. COMSTOCK. TKXAS, Thursday Evening, Twenty people were killed in a desperate fight between Mexican Federal soldiers and a small band of revolutionists on the bank of the Rio Grande, opposite here yesterday. The latter, who only numbered IS, for tlire* hours held at bay 75 rurales, and 100 in fantry soldiers, when darkness intervened. The revolutionists held' the field, and the Federals wore withdrawn two miles away, when they camped. : WASHINGTON. Thursday Evening-. ✓ President Taft to-day in congress, gave? special message, urging the fortification of tho Panama Canal, and recommending the appropriation of £1,000.000 for initiation work for proposed defence. Copper was unaltered; lead £13/3/1}; tin. £183. LONDON, Thursday Evening. The butter market has advanced during the woeU, Danish was at 116/, New 7,e». tantl 110/, Australia, salted, 11...
NEWCASTLE FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
NEWCASTLE FAT STOWC SALES. Hawkins, Limited (successors to Waddell unci Co.), jei>ort:— Fat CutUo.—Very ligTit supplies yarded. ■'.Die imu:ki't was firm for prime, host light beef being worth '2'ij per lOOlbs. Best bul locks art, worth £9/10, prime light bullocks a ml-steers . £7 to £8, tows £5/5 to £7, veal i.'i's. .'i5y to £'3. - Kat Shoep.—Very light supply forward. Values held well fort?prime quality sheep. Host'merino wethers-are Worth 14/(J, medium and lijjlit S/fj to 10/, "merino owes to 12/, crossbred?lio[j;j;ets 13/0, sucker lambs to 12/. Prospects are good for both prime cattle and sheen. ' January 11, 1911.
TILLERS OF THE SOIL. FRUITGROWING AT MOONBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
TiLLERS OF THE SOIL (By "Unicorn.") fruitgrowing at moon'BT. :In "Agricultural Kotos," published In the first IcSue of the "Daily Observer." it was pointed out that fruit-growing.wan not car ried on in the Tamwortti district to the ox I tent that it might be, considering the favor able climatic conditions for many of the | best paying varieties of fruits and the suit ability ctf the soil. That this remark was justified has, • to spme extent, been proved by the practical experiences of several of Moonbi's tii'lers of the soil whose efforts in the direction of fruit-growing have met with most encourag ing results. ■Mr. W. M. Wilson, of "Orchardlelgh," Moonbi. a noted sheep farmer and wheat and lucerne grower, has been cultivating a I small orchard for the past 14 or 13 years, during which period he has carefully studied the characteristics, and more particularly the bearing qualities, of many kinds of sum mer fruits as well as varieties of the citrus family. The area devoted by him to...
AUSTRALIAN MEAT. LONDON Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
AUSTRALIAN MEAT, LONDON' Friday Afternoon. The l^ocai Government. Board has issued a pamphle' with ,„;_rence to the pirasltlc conditions :>f Australian beef. The pam phlet states Doctor Lepere's conclusions that the dlsearo is not peculiar to Austra lia and the worms and their young are in capable of surviving inoro than a few hours after the death of the cattle, were no evi dence as to the vitality of the worm, or the worm embryo seen in this country la Australian beef, and its presence In meat intended for human consumption, was unde sirable. Several papers publish the report. Sir. George lleid hp.s replied, pointing out that it is impossible, under regulations just adopted, for beef to leave. Australia unless it is thorough}- sound. s .