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

• ; " IfJTER-DiSTSEfiT-NEWi. MANILLA ■ • !A Mr. A. J. Telier Trill ta'.;o liis departure for Tmnwc-rth ut tho end of the "nioatu— and he \vill~ho misled from tho ooimmlnilj. i'lio Liberal and Reform Party lias deeto c:l to bo:'j:i active organising work through out. the wliolo of those districts. Mr. Staca Llovd, orji'^uisor of tho Liberal Parly, ar rived in Manilla on Thursday, and remained until Friday, spending tho time ninong the leading supporters oi tho party, making ar rangemoiita for a meeting to bo iiold next week, on a data to bjMixed. While soma fanners, did fairlv well witli their wheat crops ' duri\>:: 'tile last season, others had :v bad time. Oi\c> of our farming friends, when in tho office {.his woek, told ua ho sowod about 0!) bn^s of wheat, and h« stripped about 70 bags. That is what may bo classed "balancing up. on the right side." We hopo tho prolH will-bo very much laiger this year, and instead of ouo baa to tha (jc-od, wo trust it will bo ono thousand bag...

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

Aro you run down, bloodless or irregular?' "Nothing like NEMIA TONIC for suolr nil-, ments.* •• '

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

MOREE. ; A number or respectable young men, all residing in Moree, were brought up before | tli Police Court on Wednesday charged with card playing 011 Sunday, the 27th November, ! in a shed behind the Po3t Office Hotel. It : appears that card ploying, and especially nap,, is frequently indulged1 in at the place | named and „at oilier resorts by Moree ? youths, who apparently, -have not heard of | the very stringent law recently passed \ which gives the magistsate no alternative, on a conviction being obtained; but to send the offenders to gaol. Sergeant Moroney said be had no desiro to press for a heavy penalty but several complaints liad been \ made to tl\e police of promiscuous card playing on Sundays, and he had merely per formed his duty, in bringing the matter be fore the Court. He thought it would be a sufficient deterrent If the offenders *613 cautioned and discharged. The P.M. said If the charge wero presGed and a conviction obtained be must send the accused to gaol. If the...

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

QUIRIN'DI. . During the late frosts in October last, Mr. | George Butts, Quipoliy's well-known vigusr on, lost four acres of fine grapes, whicb were entirely spoiled by the ravages of in-. • welcome ".lack Frost." We ("Herald") w told that as a result Mr. Butts has decld«i to give up persevering with his vineyard, also wheat growing, and Intends to try his fortune dairying. J3r. Butis had a splendid, lot of fully matured vines 011 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 co»o into, nml Mr. Geo. Fqwle' was appointed secretary. This gentleman lias shown himself exceptionally active in the Society's Interests, and with a good committee pulling well together this year's show, following on what is now certain to be a magnificent season, is likely to be th« biggest success ever achieved b...

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

KAISER AND POLICE OFFICERS. UKUUX, Sunday isveni J ho (lornrations i»ivt-n by tno Kuj&er polio,, o/fiHaW whom tho jn'thlic mianinmuilv /omli-miiud, Im.i arouned. l)itienie« .'■"niost tho Government. Ilui leelr.i;- H f.i'ou-in- neuter ovory (lav nml is spreading heyond tho ranks of tlioa! ' opposed lo thu Government as a mattiir'nF ' I prineiplo.

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

PERSONAL. Mr. C. M. Podmoro, wlio has been teller at tha Tamworbli branch of the Commercial Bank for the past three years, lias been transferred to Forbes, and leaves within tlie nest fortnight. Constable Beat-son was last week taken ill with measles, and. Dr. Harris, Govern ment Medical Officer, ordered his removal to tho Tainworth Hospital. Tlio patient is making satisfactory progress towards recov ery, but it will be soma little time before ho call resume duty. Mr. Leslie C. Williams, who has been ap pointed organist at St. John's Church of England, comes from Wollongong. He hold the position of assistant organist at All Saints' Church, Bathurst, and organist for five years at St. Barnabas' Church, South Bathurst. Mr. Williams, who intends teach ing the piano, organ and singing, was a pupil of Mr. Ernest Truman, City Organist. Father Mullins, who has been stationed in Tamworth for the past "> V- years, has received notice •from the Bishop of the Dio cese of his transferrence t...

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

CONVICTED PRISONERS' APPEAL KANSAS CITY, Sunday Evening. Sensational developments are promised in connection with Dr. Hvdn'o aupoal ^ , is set down for Fleering* at the'fciss'ouri ^ promo Court 011 Friday next I>r.IIyd« was medical .cm*;,- ta a wealthy Amt'i lean w|,3 d,rcl mysteriously. Inv^stiga t.on proved that Or. Hyde, who had hom ft"""";! 1>'» wealth, administered pk on to the deceased. Tho do,.-tor was convict cd and K.-ntenced to a Ion- u>™ of imprf. sonment.

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

IMPROVEMENTS. The big block of bindings in Peel-street now being erected by Mr. R. A. SfcanfieUl, for Mr. Johnston, is Hearing completion. Mr. J. Goddard, the manager, informs us that the upper part of the building is already completed, and that the offices are ready for occupation. The fronts of the shops are, we understand, to be very elaborate, and the contractor is waiting for the marble, mason, and tile layer to commence their work. When that work is finished, it will only be a matter of a day of two to put in the plate-glass windows, and it is expected the job will be finished early in February.

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DIVORCE IN SCOTLAND. GLASGOW, Sunday Evening. I [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

DIVORCE IN SCOTLAND, GLASGOW, Suncl.iv Evenine. I Statiatirs shew a tnnrkod inciinse in di. vorco in Scotlnnd. Last yanr • there were —1 divoreps granted in tlie Scottish Courts as compared with 195 tho p-.-rvious year. '

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GUNNEDAH. Hawk'e and Treloar's report of Union sales, Friday, January 13, 1911:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

gunnedah. Hawk'o und Troloar's report of Union sales, Fridayj January 13, 1911 Kggs, lOd, 1/, 1/1 per <ioz. ' Fowls, 3/7 and 4/2 per pair. Grapes, 2/fl, 2/9, and 3/ per ease. Tomatoes, 1/5, 2/, and 2/4 per ca6e. Peaches, 2/4 per case. Puma, 2/4 and 2/5 per case. "Wino, 1/ per bottle. Olio set harness, £1/19/0. One set harness, £3. ;

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AMERICA AND OLYMPIC GAMES. NEW YORK, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

AMERICA AND OLYMPIC GAMES, iNkW \ OltK, oundnv Evening, I It is now undoubted that America will send a strong team to th0 Olymoic Gatnej ut Stockholm Mis year, when the afmregat, international attendance will he much'iareer than in 190S.

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BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. (From a correspondent.) Progress Meeting.—The ordinary monthly meeting of the United Peel River Progress Association was held at Woolomin on Friday night last, a goodly , number of members be ing present. The minutes were read and confirmed; correspondence read and re ceived. Amoup'st correspondence read was the following:—From Councillor D. G. Crichton, Nundle Shire, re river crossing, Brady's Lane, the bog hole opposite public school, Woolomin, and the forming of road at the 29-mile peg; Duncan's Creek Road, stating that the Shire engineer had been instructed to attend to the said matters. In reply to a question the secretary stat ed re the last communication written to Mr. F. J. Foster, M.H.R., two months ago with reference to the construction of the telephone line from Bowling Alley Point to Upper Duncan's Creek, that no reply to same had come to han-d to date, and that a previous letter on the same subject had been returned by Mr. Foster without any ex...

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

WEATHHK FOKKCAST. Usotilol slio\v«vy weather oil 1/110 const and tablelands, iinprnriiiK and becoming fino generally, with rising temperatures and north oast to north winds.

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. RAINFALL. The following recording;; wevo pxliibiteil at the Post Otllce on Saturday:—Uathmst 11 imintH, Itaudcmcur (if.. Coouamble 2, Goul burn 2G, Newcastle 71, Nundle 10, Sydney 3, TnmwortU 13.

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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 that an important clearance sale of Stoney Batter Station Stock, includ ing 20,000 sheep, 400 cattle, working plant, etc., is to take place at the station, near Uralla on Monday and Tuesday 30tli and 31st inst. The agents in conjunction arc Russell Blaxland and Co., and Walter J. Hawlte and Coy., Armidale.

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

CRICKET The following team has been chosen to represent Attunga against the .Royal Stand ards on the former's wicket, on Saturday next:—G. Fitzgerald, II. Rodgevs, S. Kod gers, T. Wilkinson. L. Wilkinson, Kow land, Foster, S. Carey, A. Evans, \V. Gosper, and L. Coyle.

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

2 We have made a j Big Purchase of | Ladies' Cotton Lisle ! And Lace Lisle Hose. This should strike you as decidedly interesting news— When we say " we did " wc mean that our London buyer snapped these up for us entirely on' his own re sponsibility. 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 HAVE EVER 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 Cotton Hose, 4d., Ed. . . . > ■ Women's 1/1 Ribbed Back Cotton Hose, Cd, ?%d., 9d. , Women's Hermsdorf Black Cotton, Hose, i. plain, spliced soles, Cd., 7%d., 9d„ 10%d Women's Black Lisle Thread Hose, Spliced Heel and Toe, 10M:d., 1/-, 1/3, 1/0. Women's Tan Lisle Thread Hose, Spliced Heels and Toe, 13%d., 1/3, 1/6, 1/71/.. Women's Black Lace Lisle Hose, SHid., 1/, i 13%d„ 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11, 2/3. . ,, . Wo...

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SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. 17,18—Burrowa R.C Meeting. 17.18—Bombala J.C. Races. 17—Wollongong J.C. Races. 18—'Victoria Park Race3. 18.19—Bingara Races. 19, 20—Bong Bong Picntc Races, 21, 26—A.J.C. Anniversary Meetiiia 21—Krawarree Races. 23, 24—Barraba T.C. Meeting. 35—Wallsend J.C. Races. 25—Beniliquin V.L.J.C. Meeting 25—Kensington Races. 25, 26—Boarke Hospital Benefit Sleeting. 25, 26—Bathurst T.C. Races. 26—Bellinger River J.C. Races* 25—Lawrence J.C. Races, ' 26—Marengo J.C. Races. I . 26—HeeftoiuRaces. 2C—Jlilbuiong J.C. Races. 26—Leadviile R.C. Meeting. 26—CondaboHn J.C. HSces. - i. 26—Major's Creek T.C. Races. 26—Boolaroo Races. - "<■ 26—Quirindi Australian- Horse Amateur Meeting. . 26—Dalgety J.C. Races; 26—Bowral U.C. Meeting. ' 26, 27—Barren Junction Amateur Races. 20, 27—Glen lanes J.C. Races. 28—Wallsend J.C. Races. 28—Victoria Park Races. JO—Milton E.C. Meeting, During tho. recent meeting at Bowraville the grey horse G.C. was purchased ...

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

BOXING Sam Billing, of Inverell, is to meet Mike Williams in a boxing contest at Guonedah on the 26th inst. Larry Gaffney and Peter Cook were to have contested, a match, the best of 20 rounds, at Newcastle, on Saturday morning, but the end came in the fourteenth round. Cook being disqualified on a foul. ^kkidle Donald, -who -was to mep.t Tommy Reidy at the Gaiety (Sydney), on Saturday night, died ^on Friday from appendicitis, and •svas buried on Saturday. "Cyclone" Johnny Thompson has come to the conclusion that he would hardly be justi fied in taking on such a big fellow as .Colin Bell, and therefore asked to be excused.

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

NKMIA TONIC hac proved a bjesaing t-o thpwsands of siitTering women,*

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