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RESPONSIBILITY OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
RESPONSIBILITY OF INDIA. Tho fortunes of India will be docidtd to a very large extent during the nest five years, nnd a very special burden of responsibility lies on tho Viceroy-designate; but it would bo unfair to lay upon liis shoulders the en tire weight of a burden which must be borne in part by the British Government. It is impossible for Lord Hardingo to'do all that statesmanship a.nd knowledge demand if 1h> is not fully supported by the spokesmen,'for India in Parliament). -"Ernes of India, Bombay.
GAME AND WAR-GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
. GAME AND WAR-GAME. • Soldiers "do not poach inuoh, nor do tliey, aa a rule, commit "wilful damage. Still, tiie mora fact of the movement of troops driving the game off the land of au owner who pre serves perhaps at considerable outlay, on' to the land of another who does not own (my hand-reared pheasants and perhaps very few; wild ones, is of itself a urievanee that should I ; bo reduced to a minimum. —"Field."
PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. Tlio miction sales at tlio Sydtitu* Roods shedsto-day were largely attended, and com petition was lcecn. Lucei-no Hay declined to tlio oxtent of 5/, while potatoes advanced 3/4 por ton. Other lines maintained lato ■ rates. Choice quality chaff changed hands i at '4/8, prime 4/ to 4/8, good 3/(3 to 3/10, i medium 2/7 to. 3/. Primo lucerne hay, small bi-Jss, 31 to 3/3, good 2/8 to 2/10. good truss 2);• choice lucevno chaff 4/5, nrimo dry yel low maize 2/G to 2/GJ, good onions 3/11; choice tablo potatoes 6/5 to 6/10, prime 6/1, good, 5/, medium 4/.
SPIES IN MANILLA. MANILLA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
SPIES IN MANILLA. MANILLA, Thursday. Continued activity against the Japanese indicate that there is truth in the state- | ment that startling conditions have heen un earthed by. a raid on the Japanese quarter. The operator of a mysterious ■wireless out fit was deported, and anotlier found b,r of ficers during the rnid ivilUa tried for illegal storing'of explosives. . WASHINGTON, Thursday. Congress will be asl;ed to enact legislation to punish foreign spies as a resnlt of agi tation form Manilla, tod reports state that wholesale spying in both islands and pos sessions on the ?aclllc Coast has been pro ceeding for in/nths.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
PERSONAL " I —»-—_. i Mr.W. P. Fitzpati'ick lias boen appoints ehainun of the Victorian Hallway Uom&t sionersat u salary of £2730 u year. | Mr. \V. J. Peel; will be n candidate ft ]i riife nt the coming, elections for |b Peel Siii'B, . Mr. U. Green, the new overseer for municipality, arrived yesterday, and ifi! commence duties on IVendny. Mr. Groti occupy tlio position some years ano. mo. | ivlio hayi Nurse Carter and Bartlett, who just completed their course or training at tji Taimvorth Hospital, luiv« been successful passing an examination recently held Sydney sliiclr will entitle tlieni to &lt;i certiji' cato ol the Australian Trailiiy Nurses AV sooiation, ■ ■ - •; • . .. Mrs. C H.&lt; Cfnhp, of Glen Innes, died at that toim on Cliristmns: Kre. She leaves !n widower MHl tlu« following fnmily:—Messrs. l'\ A. Doust (Gloti In no.']). George and .James (Wellingrovo). Harry (Invetell), AValtor (Tamwnrth), Mrs. Walker llnrerell), anil Miss Doust (Sydney), • [ Mr...
FAMOUS POISON TRIAL. RELEASE OF WOMAN AFTER 13 YEARS IN PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
FAMOUS POISON TRIAL. RELEASE OP WOMAN AFTER 13 YEARS IN PRISON. Mrs. Edith M. Carew, who in February 1S!)7, was sentenced ,to death at the British Consular "Court, Yokohama, for the murder of .her husband—the extreme penalty being afterwards commuted to penal servitude for, life—has been released from Aylesbury Pri son. ' The case was described at the time aa the Japanese Maybrlck case, to which it presented some curious' parallels. In 1889 Miss Edith May Porch, whose father was Mayor of Glastonbury at the time of the triq.1 in .Yokohama, was married to Mr. W. R. IT. Carew, a native of Cornwall. The couple, after a short residence in Cornwall, went to Yokohama, where Mr. Carew acted as secretary to the United Club.: In October 189G, Mr. Carew fell ill. His wife called in a physician, who treated his natient for diseased liver.,yOn October 21 'Miss Jacobs, Mrs. Carol's nursery-gover ness, a London girl, was sent by her mis tress to a native chemist for arsenic and sugar of lead.. The...