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NOTES. ARE COLLECTIONS PRODUCERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

NOTES. ,i[ie rnr.t.RnTons producers? The interjection made by an alderman at the last Council meeting, that collectors are not producers is somewhat ambiguous, for it mainly depends upon circumstances whether a collector is a producer or not. Certainly the primary duty of a collector is to produce i it matters not which way) outstanding accounts, which have the same characteristics ns a .Marathon race. Said accounts being Ions winded he is prepared for a stiff chase, lie honestly tries to ex '.rati, wheedle or lrightett the bastafol coin from its nark and hidden recesses, and If he succeeds he is a sort of a hero, and fully entitled to the solemn name of producer. If he fails in his objective, he yet produces, but Ja an entirely-different way. What he is productive of in this latter event. Is not printable, but- it may be accepted as •language with a sprinkling of sulphuric ncid." Btit don't blame the collector if he does not*prodnce in the desired way; just reckon It is -notThis fa...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT RAINS AT BEGA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

GREAT RAINS AT BEGA, SYDNEY, Monday. Nearly twelve iclies of rain have fallen in the Jiegu district, and a flood is feared, as most of the low-lying parts are already submerged.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES. CASE UNDER THE LIQUOR ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES. CASE C3»DER -THE LIQCOR ACT. A proseoutiou under U*o Liquor Amending Act of liKXJ was liuacd in the* lUmworth Boikre Court yesterday morning, when Geocgu GotJiek Keifer was summoned for tlisrb ho, beiug a prohibited porsou, was found on tho licaused premises of tho Cri terion Hotel on Docvmber 32, 11710. Defendant failed to appear, mid on the application of Sergeant Co kl well tho P.M. decided to hoar tho cast) ex parte. CbnctaWo L arello, after proving sorvico of suanzDons ou defendant} stated: At about 1.55 p»m. on tho 31st of last month lie saw ilefaodaiii no into tho bar of tho Criterion Hotel. Witness met him coming out of tho »do door, and said to him, "What were you ^ferng in tho bar of that hotel, Kcifcr?" He replied, "I wr»nfc there to yet nn order." WHoeea saw tho licenaeo, Mr. T«eohy, and flsW to him, "What was Kiefer doing In the twr of the hotel?" Mr. Ijgnhy replied, <fHo cnifl to seo mo ubout some ptes." Defend ant was at that time und...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CRUELTY TO A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

CRUELTY TO A HORSE. John Mullins, coach driver, was charged at tho 1\unworth Police Court yesterday morning wttb cruelly ill-treating a hors« at Tamwortli -oil January 3. Defendant pWded guilty. Sergeant Caldwell said defendant was a coach driver out to Goouoo Goonoo, and lie was driving a liorse that was very lame, and walking on it« heel. He tried to teh him tbc^borso iiad a short leg, but he (Ser geant Caldwell) was inclined to think the lameness irue Uio result of an accident. The P.M. asked defendant how he came to driving a lame horse. Defendant'-said the horso was subject to lameness, anfcliad boon driven in the coach for two years, but ho (defendant) had only driven him twico. 13io P."M.: It's hardly the thing to be driving n lame horse. Where was the horse lame—in the shoulder? Defendant: No, in the bind leg. The P.M. impoecd a fine of 20.', with 6/ costs, or 7 days. The fine wu paid.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

BAD LANGUAGE. At tho Police Court yesterday, before Mr. u. A. Kdwards, P.M., Krmik Weston, 4», carpenter, was charged with usiiij.' indecent language on the showground on the loth instant, and pleaded guilty. The E-M- <nfter 'llsPocti"B tl10 I'Ulguaso); H',w did you conic to use this foul language? Defendant: I don't know, your Worship. Sergeant Caldwoll said it was a first of ""rh'f, P.M.: As it ia a first offence, I shaff treat vou tho samo as the other man. A fino of £1 or 7 daft' laird labor was imposed, and 48 1»«b to P«y 0/, defendant having » sum of 14/ on h,m at the time of his an eat.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE GREAT SAWDUST QUESTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

TEE GREAT ,SAWDUST QUESTION. (To tbo Editor.) It seems strange that nine out of eleven, aldermen shouki so I'm* forget themselves as to vote f°r a policy that will rob the ratepayer of his bit of sawdust. What is their motive? Is it a malicious desire on their part to reduce the town to a state of pestilence and disease, or have thoy really a valid reason lor their action? To hear soma of the criticisms through the press and from other sources, one would bo tempted to conclude that this awful thing had been done during u fit of collective madness, and that these representatives of the people are hardly At to be outside a lunatic asvlutn, much less legislate for an important town like Tamworth. Such criticism is all very fiiio and largo as far as it goes, but it does not no far enough. The hasty critic has jumped on the judgment seat, and without wnitiug to hear the counsel for tho defence, has found the nine aldermen guilty. ''buhl" said one of these hasty critics. "What did ho moan...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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INTEREST AWAKENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

rMfTO?T!ST AWAKENED. Interest awakened eve^trhon in thammr T .ST «« j*^ J^SS* mau>8 pharmacy.*

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

SUMMARY. Accordion to Gustamj Maderdo, a brtv ther of the leader of the Mexican rebels, m'^or.fatfnns ato beintj carried on betweea .Mexico am) Japan, which tuny rcsuh la a ;u»aiy giving the Japanese navy the supjtfy pi.h'oii at Ltay of All SaintM. WiUxia5UmfL&9 or this bay. which is designated as the beet on the American frontier, is a cokray of •Japanese imported by President Diaz, and {Jvrn i on'.osr-ions no other foreigners were «vr r hfiUnv given by the Mexican Govern tnont. 1 At Los Angeles, on Saturday, thn police Mopped i crh^duled 15 round bout befweeo \V<?bnt*v r»n«j Rivers. At the 13th rotred after the former was unmercifully punlfih* od by nivers, who Moored bis opponent four fiiui's, the poUw entered the ring and took chargc. The Iliis;,':!i:s will i,o strongly represent' ™i at. the 0»yii;u .i K<.r.«^ Show, to be held In London i.t r:u»;i woelc. Tbtt Go* v-'smw'r.i xsii! jt-i. i :ti i::y mounts, in addi i*<•» to p. numbnr o? 1 tr...

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

Wfaats Star Line LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUB BAN AND CAPETOWN. EGULAIt four-weekly Grulhiga of 12,000 tons Twin-screw Stcamors, "AFRIC,M "MEDIC," "PERSIC,"* "lvUNIC," and "SUEVIC." FARE3—Carotown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3a. London, £19 to £30. Now York. Boston, etc., £26/5 to : £36/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OP ACCOMMODAwV. TION. V Cargo of all descriptions carried At lowcftt rates. Throuqh bookings to Continental Porta, English Mamifn'sluring Contros, and Amorica o» mout fiivcri."io twins. TIio ciaw sf insulation is icri&Hed for iho FiUtsia; lory ruTrinna aw! outturn of frozen Mc&t, Dairy l'ruduco, Jj'ruit, etc. For Rnt?3 of frcfeht, Par^Mota, eto., cp?Iy to— J3ALGDTY & CO., LTD., AycntH "t Newcastle, ana ail Australian Ports. _ : Abeircieen Line. NATAL, CAFKYO*\V>: am! LONDON, tU PLYMOUTH. REQULAH. Kir.it and Third Class Va*< ton^oru cavrlcd. FA"RE8.—S:;!oon—London, from *£57. 8rd CUtii—£tli to £20. Suloon—Capo and Nata!, £31/10; l • 3rd C!:iss^-£13...

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

THANKS. U. mi'l Mrs. Muim tk'Mro to relurn ■ THANKS to their many friends for sympathy :unl floral tributes in their late sad bon«5ivemenfc.

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

A CARD. nit. A c. HOLT Has eommencml practice, and mav lio con* suited at his lioii?e in CARTHAGE STREET, lately occupiml by Air. JOS. HARRIS.

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SPAIN AND THE MONARCHY. MADRID, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SPAIN AM'THE MONAflCHY. ' M'AX>RID, Sumhy Evening. TJIO "I'-il t- K4HUC&:,' r; onrcuiouu, su\b tliere Is a sign between the Radicals, Re publicans. and Socialists that the admirable revolutionary instnimoiit in which the Span ish poodle pta«y] their l;r>5, Jiori* of redemp tion—tlio alliajico made to nrevont the ro turn op"34mira and Ii.i Vrerva to power, and •to ovorfchrow.tho momtivhy-T—i* doad. L _ .it

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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not neceesarlly endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necuaatlly endorse the cpltuoi* of our correspondents.) TilE MUNICIPAL ELKCTIONS. To tho iktitor. sir,—1 am pleased lo hear mat am. sen* ' wartz is again a candidate for municipal honor?, and think that a few reasons why he should be supported would not be out of place at present. 1. He in a practical and experienced man ; in all kinds of municipal work. 2. He has sufficient education aud brains to hold his own with the best of men on any ' Council's committee; and particularly has he been a valuable member of the | works' committee. 3. fie has always been a straight and honest goer. And always speaks his opin- i Ion before the Council ou any subject with* out fear or favor. I 4. He has been a resident of Tamworth ; for considerably over thirty years, and al ways paid his way. I 5. Although not an angel and did not please everybody at times, he always tried , to do his best for the majority of the rate* payers, and particularly the workers. 0. He has been ...

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

J' ' INTER-MSTR&T.'B£WS. jr Mr. A. J. Tol/ur will take his departure {or TaiuwUith at the -end of tho uionch— and he wiB*bo missed"- from. the community. i'lie Liberal; and IteWvm l'arty Las decid ed to bogiu-toctivo organising work through out tho wholo of these districts. Mr. SUico Lloyd, organiser of tho Liberal Party, ar rived in Mamlhi on Thursday, ond remained until Kriday, spending, tho time among tho loading supporters of'tho party, making ar« rangemente s-for a meeting. to bo heJd neit week, 011 a ditto to^boKtscd. AVhilo somo farirttHsYdid fairly well with their whvat <-rop<vAdtirilv£-'tho last season, .ethers had a bad tirao.' Ohc» of our farming friends, wheu^iu tho office vHis week, toid 'ua "ho sowed' about ba^s of wheurt, and he stripped about 70 bat«. That is what may Ikj classed" "habuusiiig.u^on th© right side." Wo hope tho profitJ-wiiKbo ,very much lander 'this voar, aod •instead^6T-;o«Q 'bag to' tho tjcood. we trust, it ' \rifl ^'hft...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The following recordings were oxniDileil at the I'ost Oflico on Saturday:—Bathurst 11 iioints, Hemlemocr 65, Coonamblo 2, Goul burn 2G, Newcastle 71, Nundlo 10, Sydney J. Tamwortb II).

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

A number of respefetabte young men, all residing in Moree, were brought up before th Police Court on Wednesday charged- with card playing on Sumte&.»the 27th November, in a shed behind OUh e Hotel. It appears that> car<Kpliymg, andr. especially nap. Is fre<jwntiy>1nd6lseti* iu atStfre place named and at* by Mtrree youths, who apjiarentij^-liaiv not beard of the very' stiihGcat haw recently pee&ed which gives the mag&saie no alternative, on a conviction being'"obtained, but to send the offenders to gabi. Sergeant Moroney said he had no desire.to press for a heavy penalty but several comjriaints had been made to the police of promiscuous card playing on Sundays, and he had merely per formed his due in bringing the matter be* fore'the Court, lie thought it would* be a suittcient deU'ViL-ut >1 ilm offenders -were cautioned and discharged. The P.M. said if the charge were proved and a conviction obtaioe<P'be inuBt'send-'ih...

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

Puringthe late frosts'ln October last, Mr. Goorge Butts," QuipoHy's well-known .vigner on, lost four acres of line grapes, which were entirely spoiled by the ravages of oau welcome''Jack Frost." We ("Herald") uw told thut as a result Mr. Butts has decided to give up persevering with his vineyard, also wheat growing, and intends to try his fortune dairying. Br. BuUs had a splendid lot of fully matured vines on hand, and his vineyard was certainly one of the best In the district. A good meeting: of the Committee of the P. and A. Society was held on Friday after noon. when good work was done. The mat ters of the appointment of judges and stew ards wore gone »nio, and Mr. Geo. Fowl** was appointed secretary. This gentleman has shown himself exceptionally active I" the Society's 'interests, aud with a good committee pulling well together this year = show, following on what is now certain tu he a magnificent season, is likely to be the biggtist success ever achieved by the Quir indi P. an...

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KAISER AND POLICE OFFICERS. BERLIN, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

KAISER AND POLICE OFFICERS. HKKUN, .Sunday hvemng. C me'decoration.* ;;ivcn »y tw I*wiser to illiro«HicinU "I""" tlu' !'"I,!U' /Umlfm,ltvj, I,.,- mo,1S,.l jUio CuveruuH''il. is sr.™ ins ."■ntrr ovry day, and is ..piviHiiMS (!.<■ tanlss «l llxno opiH.s.iI tu tliu ISovi-i-iimuiit iis a matter of ^friuci/ile.

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IMPORTANT CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

IMPORTANT CLEARANCE SALE. Attention is invited to an announcement in this issue thai an important clearance sale of Stoney Butter Station Stock, includ ing 20,000 sheep, 400 cattle, working plant, etc., is to take place at the station, near TJralla on Monday and Tuesday 30th and Slst Inst. The agents In conjunction are Russell Blaxland and Co., and Walter J. Hawke and Coy., Armidale.

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CONVICTED PRISONERS' APPEAL. KANSAS CITY, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

CONVICTED PRISONERS' APPEAL, '.KAXHAS CITY, iSiniil.iy Evening. Sensational ck>'.*elopn:e;:t" promised in connection uiUi Dr. fly<U-n awxiiil, which is M-t down for Eoarine #feii.> Mi»our, Su. preine Oiurt o<i Kridiiv next. Dr. llvdu was medical adviser to a wealthy American who died ii'ysteri»;:*iy. Investiga tion wovcd that Dr. Hvdo, who had hopi« oi obtaining his wealth. snimiiiistered pois on tu the deceased. Tliu due;.'" was convict ed and sentenced to a loiif terra of impri.

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