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

SYDNEY. Harrison,'" Jones and Davlin, Ltd., report : About 54,000 sheep and lambs penned, chiefly comprising useful quality merinos, oc casional pens of prime, -and a number of me dium and plain descriptions. Ewes were plen tiful, and prime wethers scarce. There was a sprinkling of erossbretls, mostly 011 the medium side. Buyers were in very lull at tendance, including al sections of the trade; several exporters, and the Sydney Meat Preserving1 Company. Sales opened more briskly than has been the case of late, and nofcwithstaiiding the extremely heavy rain cumpotition was brisk1 and values firmer. Slu-rket improved after midday, owing to the heavy rains reported having fallen in land, and. prices on the average ruled from (id to Ikl. in advance of last day's rates. A full yarding of lambs, mostly of trade quality, with a fair proportion of prime. Buyers wor0 in full attendance, and sales opened strong lor good quality, anil for prime sorts- values were firmer. 2067 cuttl'o forward, ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A MOONBI EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

A MOONBI EXAMPLE (By our Travelling Representative.) The genial and obliging boniface of the Railway 'Hotel, Moonbi. has provided his new establishment with a water supply as complete and effective, in its way, as that provided by the Government for the town of Tamworth. The source of supply is a well, 25 feet deep, sunk on the premises. The water is raised by a wind-mill into an immense galvanised iron tank, reposing on an exceptionally lofty and substantial stand, and from which water is distributed by gravitation, and with considerable force, to those portions of the premises where it is wanted. The stand has been converted into a lofty, spacious and exceptionally well' ventilated bath-room, with cement floor, and here one may have a shower bath, such as he may dream of but seldom experience. It is a noteworthy fact that in providing the water supply referred to, the enterpris ing proprietor of the Railway Hotel, at Moonbi, has provided another link in the chain of evidence that ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MANILLA NEWS. (From our Correspondent). COMMITTED FOH TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911

MANILLA NEWS. (From our Correspondent). COMMITTED FOH TRIAL. At tlio Police Court, before Mr. 0. A. Ed. wards, P.M., Leonard McCarthy, u joung loan of good appearance, employed as boota ut the Royal Hole), Hits charged with the larceny of £5/19 and two flasks of whisky. The evidence was to the effect that on Tuesday, Mr. Riddett (the licensee) counted up the cash for banking, and placed it in a bag in the roller desk while he went to lunch. A commercial traveller, passing; through tiie room shortly after, saw accuwci at the bag. Tie barmaid also heard money rattle, and coming in saw accused at the desk. When approached on tho point by Mr. Riddett, he denied the charge. The police were called up by telephone, and a sum of £3/17 was handed over by accused, having been found in a box in his room. He said the money was tips received since Christ* ruaB., He was committed to Tam worth Quarter Sessions on February 26. KAIN. Soaking rain fell during yesterday, up to 9 a.m. to-day 300 points...

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

BIRTH; BURKE.—On January 9 1911, at Nurse Mc- Culloch's Private Hospital, Marius-st., the wife of D. J. Burke, of Avondale - a son. GUSTAFSON - At midnight, Sunday, Janu- ary 8, 1911, at her parents" residence, Parke-street., Lismore, Ethel May, be- loved and only daughter of G. E. and Ada Maud Gustafson. Aged six and a half months.   DEATH

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ANXIOUS MOMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

AMVinnc MOMPKITCJ urn* nn>«t nnxioti* time? of u mo* tlmrV Hf»« f* wh».»« h'T on** have croup. i-J no ««th*r tftcrii'jn* *o cff«*> tivt» in r!ii> It-jTibJIie rn:»Ktt1y :i« Di. Sheldon's Ni'\v l)i«<'<<\vrv. T» run lit* sufelv L'iveii urirj 1-1 --II. No Mother f-lmulil *v»*r l>y without u Litt!.. in the 1,'lj uiid 3f. Oht:«iii;ih"!o ;k: ;»!] stores, :ic<<! Pullman's Phar macy."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

There is just this much about it: Dandruff is a germ disease, is most iinliiiy.annoyiiifi.nnd leads to baldness. When chronic, it is very ftubborn, hu^ surely yields to thorough and cnergetic treatment. CAI1 germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy: Ayer's Hair Vigor. Asl; your doctor about using it. Ayer's Hair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR I HE HAIR O Prtparttf t, Dr. 1. C. A>.r A Co., U..C. U S. A. The est Piano we stocK is the Bel It's worth more than we asK for it, but we buy well (El can sell cheaply. Thousands in use, each one fully gua ranteed to stand all climates. Piano Catalogues Post Free. ^ *aling's 338 George St. \ Sydney Tamworth Agents,— RicSH.ANE and Co., Right opposite Eoyal Hotel Feel-street, Tamworth. Reduced Fares to Loudon. BY AIX Nordduetschei' Lloyd RTKA.MKHS .AS MHNTIOXHtt HKI.OW. S.S. Si'linnilro.st (Twin Screw), S131 loci: October S. ■S..S. Koon (Tivin Screw), H022 tons, So S.S. Bremen (Twin Screw), 11,570 tone, S..S. Scy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

We have made & -'Big Purchase of ladies' Cotton Lisle And Lace Lisle Hose. cjC ^6 ^*4 This should strike you as dccidedly interesting news— When we say " we did " we mean that our London buyer snapped these up for us entirely on his own re sponsibility. « ft, And when you see the qualities and the attractive prices that we are able to mark them at you will say that they are easily ; % ... THE BIGGEST SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' HOSE THAT WE^AtfEEVER OFFERED. Spot Cash enables us tc quote what many drapers would consider at " SALE,PRICE." Well, here they are—judge for yourself.' Women's Plain Black Hoae, 4d., Sd. Women's 1/1 Ribbed Back Cotton Hose, 6d, ltd. Women's Hermsdorf Black Cotton Hose, plain, spliced s.ojes, jld.^V&d., 9d„ KH&d \Votn<m's Black Lisle Thread Hose, Spliced Heel and Toe, 10\L$", i'/-< 1/3. 1/6. Women's Tan Lisle* THread Hoae. Spliced Heels and Toe, l3>i.d.( 1/3, I/O, 1/7 Ms. Women's Black Lace Lisle Hose. 9Visd.. 1/...

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The Dashwords. (By Steel [?] author of "On our Selection," Our New Selection," etc., etc.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

The DasUwoods. V-y Kivo! > author of "On o-.u* Po'f: tiou," 'Our iw' SelcxU'jn," etc.. etc.) "Your f»« ■: liciiUh, fccmkmcn; «im! a in .ifJMji," if.pt.iii- iM'tfS barrlitcv—l-ie.uaut hummi?;.' lie ! IiU t»!;» airj .v.n Jo t>v»v to the jV .-ilOi* Ir.iUu'r .'.ml mi: v. >c<! it. A ll»..;v. Uj'.iv. lUlllf I">t11 m v i\: l ii-v.iis raUuiiv It:.; K'val lUioJ i«. :m\l :;:iUoci luui; M.'J ;it it. "ivu ii.';)' u> !;i\v :uiv i«.'t yciuvt" h.» v.ii.I • i.mniliy, divj-- ( J.'eJ tilC, lv;ii■ t. Mil hi,. j.iiv. i Tin? . -t iiiii'-.I. : "III.it's .luJ'o .Y-.ri.r A." one «>i t'loin ! wi'J. "llc*^ h.-.v : "tJcuvt.-ir-!' «n .| I*t:*i-■ ill*;l»;tjv'l I.'!• i :< •■»;?!. it r-' I shcuml !u.\,- j: it::.- i.::»-t !- . «'f ! iiubt-.-tliiy a , i- ■ < I'll ' UkI; t..i tl.i i-i. i, ..I,, - :ip lll ill 1 ::Vi'i .t ; .1 ■ ■ i . . ! . I t: ■ ■ " **.•! twuhly sh.-nM .i ; .• :: . cUottito? «»i ; >.v :■••• .il.-fiti'twl a *..!,•! I'--. : , M *i. r i- .>"U too...

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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION ARREST OF DARLINGHURST ESCAPEES, SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

Latest News by Telegram. ARREST OF DARWINIST ESCAPEES, SYDNEY, Monday. The escapees, Mace and Denmead, were rearrested at Marrlckrillc this morning under sensational circumstances. Several detectives after having satisfied themselves the wanted men were not Tar away, decided to raid the home of Denmead's parents. At a given signal the front door was rushed, whereupon Mace and Denmead scampered to the rear where they were confronted by three detectives with their revolvers in hand. One called out, "Go back or I'll shoot," but the men were undismayed. Mace made for the fence and vaulted over iuto the adjoining yard. The officers follow ed the fugitive, who took shelter in a bedroom and after a desperate struggle they succeeded in overpower ing him. Denmead locked himself in a room, but the detectives smashed the door open. The escapee then jumped through the open window and made for the lane way, but Detective Surridge overtook him and after a sharp struggle the fugitive was overpower...

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SALE OF ANOTHER WALGETT PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SALE OF ANOTHER WAtOBTO PROPERTY. Following the saJo of "Mercadool Station," [ Jolia Bridge and Company, Limited, Sydney, re|K»rt having sold on account of Messrs. ! Hell Brothers, thoir "Marwhntead Estate," , iiutir Walgett, comprising an area of 15,505 'acres secured lands, with stof-k, ut u verv ! satisfactory pricw for cash. Mr. T. Jirett, of j Tciuora, was the purchaser. John Bridge and Co., Limited, report:— The openm^ lurrcU skin soles of the year, (which wero hold on the 11th instant, did ' not |>ass off as satisfactorily us could be desired, rabbit skins, which "forced the prin cipal item on tho catalogue,*;' beiny down .Jdvi to Id, Hiid'-in some cases -ljd )>er lb, buyers thus piwtiuUy discouiitiiiti the fall of i?d which Ikis since been reported fioui lxmdon. j Demand for opossum skins was restricted,. and valives suffered u further contraction of 1/ to 2j0 per dozen. Hock, sccub, and swamp wallaby- cased* Id, 1V4# and 2*£U each respec* lively. I Business in butcher...

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SUPPOSED PTOMAINE POISONING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SYDNEY. Monday. Lewis Allen, aged la. uteu at nis nome at Paddington yesterday, from what is believ ed to have been ptomaine poisoning. He told his. mother he bad eaten a counter lunch in a George-street cafe. He was taken ill next day. The contents of the stomach have been sent to the Government analyst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

TO LET.—Cottage in Darling-street, all conveniences. Apply to James Reid, Brighton Villa. WASTED.—Lad lor Dairy Farm. Must he good milkinii hand. J. Gooot, HulUvUlu. WEST TAMWORTH.—Cottage, 4 rooms and kitchen, i acre land, £175. Ware,' Rroughtoii and Co., Agents. OOMS TO LET. Apply "Granville," Poc4-street, iio-.ir viaduct. Terms mod erate. WANTED.—A good General Servant. Apply, tJiis office. "VST"ANTED.—Position as Butcher, in shop * * or slaughter. Apply by letter, A.U.C., this office. WANTED.—ileii to 1'iH't Fencing. Ap* • ply, CJeoruo ttielelold, Dun. ,OOD Agistment Country, for up to 200 head of cattlo, at 3d head per week. Frank Wyudluuu, TamwortU. JACAXCIE.S for Hoarders.—Apply .Mrs. » Coyne, Peel-street, West Taimvorth. BUS1N KSS ST A N'l>.—Pwtaitreet, j£ast TiiiJiHiirt-ij. Hi feet iVonta^o, -£/jUO, Ware, Itroii^htuu aud Co., Aguibt. (2W!) B'UI IjDING sirK.—West Tumwurtii. near Gimdshed. 'Si Vt*.'t frontage. Pvicv £3:2/10, quick sale. Ware, Broughton and Co., Aleuts. JAM...

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WRIT AGAINST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. THE LAND TAX. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

i WRIT AGAINST FEDERAL [ .GOVERNMENT. THE LAND TAX. SYDNEY. .Monday. Frank Osborne, of Sydney, has issued a writ against the Federal Government, asking for a declaration , that the Land Tax Act is invalid, and not within the powers of the Commonwealth. Appli cation is also made for au injunction to restrain the Commonwealth from requiring returns, or entering upon land, or making valuations. If there are no pleadings the case will come before the High Court on March 27. •

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MARKET REPORTS. TAM WORTH. \V. T. Cnllcott and Co. report last Fri- | day's sale as under:— ^^rcsli butler, 1 Oil to !01 -jd per lb. JCggs. Sd to lO'/jil per dozen. I .^Dripping, 3d to -Id per lb. |M'noney. 12/ to 13/ per 601b tin ,, Do., 2/3 per 71b tin. Brooms, 1/3 to 1/9 each. Tea, 4/9 per 51b tin. . . ... Apples, 2/ to 0/ per li-case ., Do., 1/ to 2/ per \4-casu Pears, G/9 j)er ease. So., 1/ small box. Peaches, 1/ to 4/3 per H-case. Nectarines, 1/9 to 4/3 per 'i-case. '- Lemons, 3/3- to 4/9 per case. >: Do., 1/1 to 1/9'small'box.-" Oranges, 2/ to 4/9 per VG-case ■ Do.. 1/6 to 2/ small box. ■ Mandarins, 2/0 to 3/9 per case Do., 1/3 small box. Plums, 2/6 to 3/9 per !i-cas« Passion fruit, 4/G per box. Tomatoes, 2/ to 2/6 per U-caae. GrapeB, 3/ to 9/ per case. . Cabbage Plants, 3d bunch. '. Marrows, 1/ to 2/9 per dozen. Cucumbers, Ed to 6d per dozen. . pumpkins! 3/6 to 9/ per dozen MelonB, 6/ to 14/ per dozen. Onions, 1/3 to 2/6 per W-cwt. Potatoes, 1/6 to 2/6 per U-cwt Carrots. ...

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BURGLARY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

BURGLARY. SYDXisi. Monday. Burglars entered premises of the Frank lurt Sausage Company. Sydney, yesterday, removed the iron safe from the office to the basement, and then attempted to' blow the door open, but without success. Apparently alarmed at the noise they made they decamped.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SYDNEY. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers* Asso ciation reports:— WOOL, "" " The second half of (he Sydney wool sell ing season will tm inaugurated cu Monday next, and the catalogues during the we.ok will amount to about JIO.OOO bales, including a fairly representative display. Owing to the fact that at Ilobart, Launcestou, Mel bourne. Brisbane, and Antwerp, recent sales have shown a decline in values, it is pro bable that late rate*: will not be maintained in Sydney but It is generally betteved that the market will recover as sales progress. PRODUCE. Sheepskins.—Polls declined Ud per lb, while woolled skins ruled Arm. Quotations: Merino full wools {j«/,d to Sd per lb. three quarter wools r.d to 7d, half wools 4%d to Cd, quarter wools Stfd to IVjd, pelts, mer ino 3%d to d, croxsbred a*$d lo 3%d: crossbred, three-quarter to full wools 4'.£d lo 7>4d. short 3',=d to 6*id. lambs 4&d to 7d. broken pieces 3V&<1 to 5d. Hides.—Light weights were 1-Sd per lb easie...

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FIGHT POSTPONED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

FIGHT POSTPONED. SYDNEY. Monday. The Smith-dabby flght fixed for to-night has again boon postponed till to-morrow .night, owing to the rain.

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PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

PMCE SALES. Sl'DXEY, Mori hi*. There was a fair attendance at the saleB iietd at/ Sydney railway sheds this morning. Conipetitiou was devoid of animation, and prices accepted for ohatt declined in value to tlio extent of 3/1, and lucerne hay 5/ per ton. Muizo and wit wit were ousier, atki dropped Id per bushel. Values realised lor potatoes advanced G/8. Choicu quality cltatf changed hundfi at 4/S to 4/10. nrimo 3/10 to 4/2, good-3/5 to 3/7, good quality lucern* hay, small • bales, sold from 3/ to 3/2, in ferior 2/G, medium,- large hales, 2/4, primer1 dry yellow mnise 2/7 to 2/71, ftflod chiok wheat 8/4 to 3/5, medium 3/2J. Prime eat able potatoes. good realised 8/7 to 9/, medium 8/1. Wheat brought from 3/7 to 3/8, barle^ 2/(i to 3/1. Local! sale: Lucerne hay from LffTdlow, 2/4 per cwt.

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The Tamworth Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911. SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

The Tamworth Dailv Observer TUESDAY. .lANUAIiV 17, 1M1. SHIRE ELECTIONS^ T!ie intention of several of the retiring sbire councillors not. to .«eek re-election makes it more necessary than i»v»t for rati?' payers to diffuse as uim-h interest as pos sible in the coming ballot select ions. inns* much as the affairs? of :1k* shires will be vested in untried councillors, and unsatisfac tory couditious may arise it no more than paasing interest is ovinced in the event. It is not suggested that untried candidates are lacking the necessary •ju.-ilifioatloiis to til! the position. On rlit* contrary, the bounds of prudence are not overstepped, when the statement is made that the present aspir ants for shire honors, taken as a body, pos sess ability, and judgment which fit them to carry out the important duties satisfac torily to the shire, and which, if given scope, would roiled credit on themselves. The point, however, to impress upon the rate payers is. that they will be sufficiently in ter...

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MEAT CORNER. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MEAT CBflNEfi, SYDNEY, Monday. I A number of prominent business men t>ay | tliat the rumors with respwrt to cornering the Australian meat market <uro without foundation.

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